Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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SHOPS -'gf PAGE 54-55 SENIORS PAGE Ge-Gs .Q f,,ff" Y G DRILL FIELD ARTILLE RY E PAGE 54-55 ullnul ' ' 11 1 GATE RESIDENCE PAGE 62-63 B H N For our trek around our seventy-six-acre campus I 9 , iw: " -Al STADIUM PAGE 24-25 SEL-7.31-.L,Q1h..5-V5 - 5953 GYM PAGE 24-25 , BAPRAGKS A i PAGE 40'4' PAQBEFLNIS .11 1. STUART HALL PAGE 46'47 UDL 'IWW 'Wm 11111113 1111 'I 1 fm 5171171 'I "W'lU'1l1'1'I , ., , Va H 4, .mm W TREQQGQJEQE HALL5 WY M ARSENAL PAGE G-9 2? G U A R D H O U S E PAGE 62-63 LIBERTY al ' V IWMI IIIIIIIIH IUUHf1lIllIIlfU fI1fllI llluu' n llilllllll llffflu lllflhlfvf IIIlIllIll'llll 'I'IlllIlI lllz111l llumn lul 'L mmmuummwu un-mnmnmgznu A fn n muuu. nmm nu l r mwnn mm u g fi' E3- 2E36?Qd0i?4f 'U ff -'fm Ni? ' x :-, F .--. :f f v Q Lp .3 A1-A ' .. i A Q 5,2 X 4 ,,,Q , X E Q 4" I ang 45' li wx fl . -risk V" , t 3 wi - A tw, 4,3 " Q.. W Q 'D 5 I Until the government abandoned the Arsenal, a soldier stood guard at the gate - 4 - Letas tal-ce a tour 0 Tech A SCHOOL RICH IN TRADITION A "" 'Y ,,....4 I I -:ag--f"a V'-'bf . f if 1' K 4' '11, . ' , 1 1 , I Q5 J F9 i , ' ' - , 1 ' 5 f ' fii -I 1 7 4 X ,fl I 4 I i' -IBN - ,1 , ,I , s ,,L,,,.g 1:1 Hsu I I ,fi n .. E' 'Q lim.: i llllllln' ' , " llig. j I I -, 'IIEII' lnl'!f?7'5' 1--V-. If- we ,i ' V . I , , - 1 IL . ,l'I5Eii,:I.2! A " " lf' I' X I - 5 FE" - e' fo X ei fi -7 I ixixxtt f' ' ik 117 .m f T Nw .I V' 4 yr I 5 ,N BIANY or' THE ORIGINAL government buildings were erected in the late sixties and early seventies for the state had chosen these beautiful woodland acres early in the 1860's for a new arsenal. VVhile we stroll over this spacious campus, I'll tell you about the teachers. classes. and activities in each of the thirteen huildings along the tour. But first I want to give you a little background history. for our school and campus are rich in tradition. I'll tell you some interesting stories of things that happened when these grounds were used as a government arsenal, when the VVinona Technical Institute was here. and when our own school was founded. -5.. Conrtesy of Indianapolis Star magazine Students and faculty hurry along Senior Walk on their way to the lunchroom and to class. OUR cuxMPUs was a beautiful seventy-six-acre forest whe11 in 1862, Governor hiorton chose it as a state arsenal. Captain T. I. Treadwell, first commanding otHcer, preserved every tree he could to keep the beauty of the grounds. As a result, the school has still a small portion of the original primeval forest. In 1903, when the government abandoned this site and offered it for sale, citizens raised the purchase price of 5151545000 3 a11d the deed, which stated that the grounds could be used only for educational purposes, was given to a designated citizens, committee. Neigh- bors missed hearing the cannon boom at sunrise and sunset for they had set their clocks by it. VVinona Technical Institute was the first to take -5- advantage of this educational opportunity. This pri- vate organization consisted of trade schools, some of which were Pharmacy, Library Practice, and Printing. Although many prominent citizens contributed in an attempt to endow this organization, because of financial. difficulties the school, which had been opened in 19041, failed in 1909. Suit was brought by donors to force the land to be sold for repayment of their investments, but the suit was lost. Then the property was leased to the Board of School Commissioners. ln 1912, because of overcrowded conditions at Shortridge and ltlanual Training High Schools, ltlilo H. Stuart, then principal of ltianual, chose the Ar- senal for an overflow school. On September 11, one hundred eighty-three fresh- men enrolled in this new school which had eight teachers and which occupied the second floor of the Arsenal building. During the first four years, while awaiting the court decision, the school ran on a weekly basis for the lease could be Withdrawn on five days' notice. M1'. Stuart divided his time between the two high schools. On May 22, 1916, the Indiana Supreme Court gave the Board of School Commissioners the perpetual deed of trust, and since then, that day has been celebrated as Supreme Day. Those first difHcult years developed loyalty, indus- try, co-operation, good fellowship, and a school spirit that have never been lost. The school was so small that Mr. Anderson, our friend and counselor, has been our principal since 1937. all pupils knew each other. Boys enjoyed snake hunt- ing for the heavily wooded grounds had many little snakes. It was a common sight to see boys chase fright- ened girls with the snakes, dead or alive. On warm days, pupils ate under the trees, for "The groves were Tech's first lunchroomf' Sandwiches and soup were dispensed at the NliC2tllCl'y.i, which was the Guard House. ltfr. Stuart was relieved of his dual responsibility in 1916 to devote his entire time to Tech, and under his guidance, this four-year-old school developed into a nationally known comprehensive high school. lllighteen years lllr. Stuart devoted to Tech, until November, 1930, when he was appointed assistant superintendent of schools in charge of secondary school education. This position he filled until his death in 1933. Tech has been fortunate in that it has had only three principals: llllr. Stuart, 11e1Vitt S. ltlorgan, and Hanson H. Anderson. ltlr. ltlorgan, second principal, was well fitted for this responsibility for since 1916 he had served as a history teacher, head of the History department, and vice-principal. lfollowing the death of the superin- tendent in 1937, lllr. llfforgan was named to this posi- tion, which he filled until his death in 19141. hir. Anderson, present principal, has also made his mark in the development of the school, having devoted all of his time since 1912, except for his years of mili- tary service, to our school. Une of the original eight Tech teachers, later he was head of the Math depart- ment g then vice-principal g and when lllr. Morgan left, he became principal. Mr. Morgan, our second principal, was known as an author and lecturer. Our beloved founder, Mr. Stuart. visualized a "Greater Tech." On the keystone tower archway is the date, 1865, the year the Arsenal was completed .... 3 .. This is our oldest building, 35555 mn mn Ivrf' EFF Siv a 'Q S 1 ar : fi: il u rf '-5 if 'IJ F the Arsenal IT'S THE CENTER of the school, the most popular, and. at times, the most dreaded spot on the campus, especially Wl16l1 we're late-we get tardy slips here. Quite a change has taken place since the days when this Arsenal was used originally to store guns and ammunition: and during the Spanish- American War when haversacks and blanket bags were made here. Then it was c'Education for W31'l,Q today, it is L'Education for VVorld Peace." Our famous clock is in the tower. VVould you believe that the faces are six feet in diameter? The front steps are a favorite meeting place during lunch hours. Here boys and girls gather to chat with old friends as well as to meet new ones. -9- 'Cs , 4 C J its Hereas the main 0 ce Ll'IT,S G0 IN and see the principal in his attractive office. It's on the first floor. So are the offices of the vice-prin- cipals, several directors, and senior sponsors. Most people are surprised when they see how large the office really is. Our principal, Mr. Anderson, and our school secretary, Miss Howe, are discussing extra-curricular plans with Roselyn Sue Reichert. 4-ug-Q W as r, 'Kass' RECORD ROOM OFFICE FORCE-Cleft to rightla Mrs. OUR VICE-PRINCIPALS--Seated Cleft to rightlz Fred R. Gorman, Miriam Mann, stenographer, and Mrs. Hermanda A. C. L. McClintock. Standing: Dale F. Griffin, J. Keltery. Metzker, registrar. SENIOR SPONSORS-Seated Cleft to rightjz Alta Welch, Margaret Axtell, head sponsor, Leuniee Horne. Standing: Irene Rhodes, Lois Sink, Mona Wood- ward, Frances Kinsley. T' K pl, 1 . . flvysffru hair, FINANCIAL OFFICE STAFF-Gloria Lang, clerk, DIRECTORS-Cleft to rightls Bayne Freeman. head of Reclassifica- and Harry F. ASIIIUS, receiving clerk. tion:, Fred Reeder. assistant director, Progranl Makingg H. Harold Walter, director of Guidance and Counselingg Odus Landreth, assistant. Reclassifieation. SERVICE MEN'S SCHOOL FACULTY-Seated fleft to riglltlz Howard Ransdell. M. WY. Slattery. Ruth Stone., Mrs. Arlah Wallace, Mrs. Gladys Niekell. Stmuling: Willialli Hawley, Don S. Patterson, Robert Belding. Howard Longshore. counselor, Charles Broscy. OFFICE FORCE- Seatell Cleft to riglltH: af Louisa Steeg. Miriam lim...-. Mr.. Elsie Wil- cox. Mrs. Ruth Smith. Agnes Kelscll. Janet Fisher. Standing: Nor- ma ,lean Robinson Norma Rodewald. Mrs. Nadine Sylvester. Mrs. Helen Cloud. Mrs. Adall Wallace. Geral- dine Relander. Eliza- betll Brooks. anus Mr. Arthur Hoffman leads the morning Prayer Group in daily prayers. Fundamentals of selling are points of discussion in the Retail Selling class. George E. Gill and John P. Price with Miss Betty Whitmas, secretary, comprise the Rehabilitation staff. -12- Let's see the other floors ANo'1'HER ,xc"r1v1'rY CENTIQR that we will find in this building is the Book Store in the basement. At the first of each semester, it is almost impossible to walk tlirougli the basement, because the lines are so long. Students can buy books, supplies. sports tickets, and many other school items here. s ii i Q rv Waiting on students are Misses Dorothy Creech and June Wright, with Oliver Clark, Book Store manager. vs- LIBRARY STAFF Cleft to rightlz Mary Louise Mann, head librarian, Dorothy Busby, Marjorie Sehoeh, Letha Coakley. Not connected with the school, but another part of this busy community, is the State Re- habilitation office, where counselors help disabled citizens find suitable occupations. Sh-h-h, we're nearing the library. It's on the second floor. Quiet rules have been established for students and faculty who wish to study and concentrate. Altogether we have about fifteen thousand books and we subscribe to more than one llLlI1Cl1'CCl magazines. On the south side is a lllCIll01'l2ll bookshelf which contains books that have been presented in IIIQIII- ory of boys who made the supreme sacrifice, faculty and students, and relatives. Each week the librarians ar1'ange new bulletin board dis- plays and other exhibits that fit certain occasions. Teachers have their own reading rooni which is attractively decorated and has lounging chairs. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Bottom Row fleft to rightj: Beverly W'hipple, Aliee lrvin, W'ilma Hugh. Second Row: Marilyn Black, Norma Bless, ,lane Hermsen. Joy Belle Houghland. Standing: Dorothy Knauer, Carolyn Cooper, Maxine Cox, Helen Wilsoll, Patricia Ranek, Geneva White, Herbert Carpenter, James Lemen. ' The library staff arranged a special exhibit for M1 John Wflnte discussed carols at the Teachers Discussion the Home Economies Better Lunch Drive. Group Christmas tea Up in the attic of Treadwell Hall is the R.0.T.C. indoor rifle range. SEE THE 1,oNG BUILDING to your right! lVell, that's Treadwell Hall, built in 1921. It was Called the Blain Building until 19-L3 when Bliss Esther Fay Shover, one of the original eight Tech teachers. proposed that it be rededi- cated in memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Treadwell. the iirst commandant. Trophy cases in the entrance halls at either end of the building are iilled to overflowing with cups and plaques our sports teams have won in athletic events. Beyond Treadwell is theBa1-11. completed in 1869. Soldiers called it the Ucorrallfi Yes, it really was used as a stable. Horse stalls were in the base- ment. The commandant's carriage was kept on the first floor. In 1916 the Barn Was remodeled for classrooms. lllusic and agriculture classes are held there now. See the little greenhouse at the end of the building? -14.- Soldiers even served as stable boys in the "Gay Ninetiesf' And now Treadwell all , -KW x H 1 . , Y gf ' ' "VZ I . -- ' 4g,,f,f fig' .- 4 , . . ix ""f1QS4 .gf x I ' ' u O " A fm V f N x f ' fm , U J' up A A A, and the Barn A,4,': Q 9 U I' ,. 'Qi 5 4 was 4 4 if M 9 ww 'L,1.L -- V - sqm XM 'T' 'W HI . aug, 1 f , U A we 1 , 'iv . 1 :iq 1 -if Q-4' iq .zu ,5gff'.,'. , 'WN'f"J1 "3" f L! 1., far' ' I ',Z'?-Q43 rg ., ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY - Seated Cleft to rightl : Margaret Byram, Mar- garet Burnside, department head, Adaline Barnett, Ruth Bozell. Standing: Olive Brown, Alice Brown, Margaret Axtell, Hortense Braden, Gaylord Allen. Seated Cleft to rightlz Nancy McIntosh, Mrs. Mary Sue Gray, WTHIICC Garner, Alice McNally, assistant, Gertrude Insley. Standing: Halcyon Mendenhall, Mrs. Ethel McIn- tosh., Florence Jones, Mrs. Eva Hanks Lyean, Leuniee Horne, Mrs. Bessie Fix, Mrs. Jeanne Eastland. Mrs. Mary Dailey Furry, Mrs. Barbara Dearing. Seated: Helen Tichenor, Olive Traylor, Margaret Remy, Clara Ryan, Jane Strain, Su- sannah Milner. Standing: Clarissa Morrow, Jean Wells, Irene Rhodes, Ella Sengenberger, Margaret Wa- ters, Helen Thornton, Charles Parks, Mrs. Louise S. Camp. We have 250 teachers on our aeult COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT FACULTY-Front Row Cleft to rightj: Marie Sullivan, Margaret Peterson, Werner H. Monninger, Mona Woodward, Frances Potter. Back Row: Lois Sink, Elma Sullivan, Evelyn Truedson, Winifred Waters, Roy E. Mathews. Front Row Cleft to rightj : Mrs. Edith J. Berry, F. H. Gillespie, department head, Florence Day, Lu- eile Hubbs, Arete Covey, Hattie Krueger, Mrs. Clara L. Gorsline. Standing: Winifred Brill, J. C. Har- ger, Ruth Boyer, Elsie N. Heavilin, Frances Kinsley, Glen S. Bailey. -16- SCHOOL NURSES AND HEALTH FACULTY Cleft to rightb: Mrs. Rowena S. Craub, Mrs. Mildred A. Johnston, Mrs. Jeanne C. Bose, Child Care, Anna Parker, Sight Saving, Blanche Williams. Discussing a position for Roberta Chapman BOOK CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightiz Dorothy W'ard janet Hosea. Second Row: ,lo Ann Wrigllt, Barbara Buntain Marilyn Fraim. Top Row: ,lo Nell Alcorn, Phyllis Ratliff Miss Susannah Milner, sponsor. Doris Horton, Lenctta Hood are Mr. Jacob L. Jones, coordinator, and Miss Ida M. Anderson, clerk. SOCIAL STUDIES FACULTY-Seated Cleft to right, : Mrs. Dorothy Lyon, O. S. Flick, department head, Katherine Book, Olive R. Beckington. Standing: S. B. Essig, Frances Longshore, James H. Butler, Nettie Gilmore, Mrs. Edna Cullett, William A. Kimberlin, Josephine Graf. Seated Cleft to rightlz James E. Stewart, Mrs. Martha Turpin, Anne Ratterman, Jean Wright. Standing: Ellen Louise Stoy, Fred N. Reeder, Harold Negley, Alta Welch, Jeannette Tobey, Ralph O. Min- nick, Merrill Wilson. -NH HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Seated Cleft to rightj: Lillian Zambon, Norma Bless, Phyllis Din- dinger, Diane Klasing, Mary Ann Brimberry, Bertha Kenyon, Rosalie Craig, Rosalie Lukens, Mrs. Hazel Kuetemeier, sponsor. Stamling: Ellen Emmel, Charlotte Huter, Jo Ritta DeMoss, Barbara Jean Kinney, Helen Bless, Mary Wetzel, Marguerite Budreck, Arnetta Brim- berry, Margaret Kenyon., Patricia Dickey, Shirley Brown, Arlene Zambon. SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB -Seated Cleft to rightlz E. Jean Wilson, Thomas Brethauer, Katherine Nor- man, John Stafford, Caro- lyn McMahan. Standing: Glenn Petry, Joan Mc- Clure, Thomas M.Reeder, William Sullivan, Jose- phine A. Graf, sponsor, Ronald Calkins, V. Del- monte Smith., Charlotte Rike. ORCHESTRA-Seated Cleft to rightjz Marjorie Ball, Dean Bindhamer, Mary Margaret Sutton, Carolyn Cook, Philip Patenaude, Barbara Steele, concertmistressg Joan Small, Ruth Ellen Fark, Mary Mason, Phyllis Carter, David Turpin, Elizabeth Jane Elliott, Patricia Tucker, Janet Wray, Theodore Vest, Edith Normington, Ronald Russell, Ada Morton, Olin Hardy, Donald Mayerhoefer, Anita Doak, Thomas Greenwood, Marlene Callahan, Lea Wattersorl, Richard WOFlhillgl0ll, Janet Heller, Joan Kittrell, Glen Harper, Patricia Keating, Genevieve Cox. Standing CleftJ: Fred Schroeder, Charles Montgomery, Carol Moir, Marilyn Brock. Standing Crightlz David Schulz, John Newman, Phyllis Wilsoln, Roberta Chapman, Virginia Means. Center, First Row Cleft to rightj : Anna Lee Howe, Dorothy Johnson, Edgar Davis, Florence Henderson, Marilyn Webster, Charles Reed, Carolyn Adams, Second Row: Ronald Beechler, William Eslick, Delbert Dale, Bette Keller, Randall Tucker, Robert Spear, Roselnary Huston. BOTANY, BIOLOGY, AND ZOOLOGY INSTRUCTORS-Seated Cleft to rightl: Dr. Mrs. Martha Turpin, assistant dean, and C. F. Cox, department head, Bette Lowery, Zillah Carringer. Top Row: Howard Cook, Miss Gertrude Thuemler, dean of girls, J. W. Kendrick, E. V. Rutherford, John Paul Lahr, Kenneth Barr, Scott McC0y, pause in a busy day to say hello. Houston Meyer. S.A.O. BOARD MEMBERS-Seated Cleft to rightjs Dorothy Surcllevich, ,Ioan Olson, Marilyn Fraim. james Rainey. Mary Lou Hurley, Donald Reynolds, Evelyn Petrovich, William Sullivan, Patricia Dickman.. ,Ioan Ray, Phyllis Reeder, Margaret Ganiage. Standing: Robert Byers, Robert Davis, David Lennington, Richard Stanfield. Choir members took a curtain call at the close of their presentation of the operetta, uSweethearts," with J. Russell Paxton, director, last fall. Lpvlh PJ 'N TECH CHOIR-Bottom Row Cleft to riglltl: .lac- queline Maddox, Jean Ray, Elaine lluston, Marilyn Farson,Marian Annis,Betty Ann Breedlove, Marilynn Webster, Mary Jones, Rob- ert M. Book, Anita ,lo Doak. Second Row : Frances Forbes, Delores Shumm, Gail Mankedick. Elizabeth Wrancher, Margaret Col- well, Barbara Gabbert, Dor- othea Rosberg, Audrey Cuy. Third Row: John A. Sehwaub, Robert Cuelieri, Richard Creviston, Donald Harbin, Robert Barton, Robert Highfield, Robert Fleck, Charles Montgom- ery, Robert Weaver, James Tippey. Top Row: Richard Berriman , Ralph Katzen- berger, George Lentz. M 20 - HOME ECONOMICS FAC- ULTY-Seated Cleft to rightjz Mrs. Gladys Lew- sader, Hilda Kreft, depart- ment head,Eleanor Ament. Standing: Frieda Ann Bach, Mrs. Bertha Brooks, assist- ant, Mrs. Ermal Applegate, Frances Buschmann, Pearl Apland. Seated: Anna Kellum, Mrs. Hazel Kuetemeier, Helen Murray. Standing: Mrs. Ann Purky,Mrs. Ruth Marvel, Mrs. Mildred Ec- cleston,Leona Miller, Ruth Emhardt. Not in picture, June Fogle. SERVICE CLUB-Bottom Row fleft to rightjz Janet Siebert, Richard Stanfield. Sylvia Dan, Richard Truex, Janet Spall. Second Row: Marlene Holise, Marilyn McPherson, Mary Haldeman, llflargaret Tresslar, Barbara Marks, Doris Houghland, Charlotte Rike. Dorothea Allen, Barbara Short, Ruth Meehan, Marian Johnston. Third Row: Martha Lou Myers, Robert Berting, Miriam Myers. Nancy Potts, William Sullivan, Marilyn Black, Roger Griffey, Philip Ziegler, Mary Lou Hanson, Willialll Moiller, Delmonte Smith, Rose Marie Easton, Mrs. Martha Turpin, sponsor. Top Row: Patricia Pereilield, Constance Simpson, ,lo Ann Wright, Marilyn Fraim, Sue Ann Deer, Marilyn Miller, ,Io Ann Hardy, Elinor Lowry, Mary Hargett. Delores Mr-Niel, David Lawrence. Bottom Row fleft to right? : Nvilliam E. Sargeant. Har- bara Starkey. James R. Wllite. Dorothy Lusk. Phyl- lis V'ilson. ,Ioyce Caulfield. Marjorie Lower, Janet Spall, Barbara Steele. Ed- na Ayres. .Second Row: Martha Hoover. Barbara Powell., Elizabeth Elliott, Patricia Dicknlan.. Beth Hilton. llelen Sue Robin- son. Marilyn Brock. Ro- berta Chapman. Third Row : Charles Caplinger.. Joseph Cave, John Sims. Willianl Collins. Kenneth Davis. Donald Julian, Donald Of- fult. Stanley Updike. Rich- ard Harmon, Joseph Seiter, Xvilliam Rothkopf. Top Row: Jack Hege, John Shelton, Herman Albright. JQ1, On the Plaza students are getting 'AX weighed during a Better Lunch Drive, sponsored by the Home Eco- nomics department. PERSONAL STYLING BOARD-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Janet Spall, Martha Hoover, Sandra Hunter, Margie Kuhn, Martha Sue Beck, Mary Lou Hurley, Jae- queline Dale. Second Row: Carol Moir., Dorothy Stein- metz, Carol Broekey, Phyllis Baumgart. Top Row: Ruth Meehan. Phyllis Whetstille, Delores Shumm, Virginia Means, Patricia Bradway, Barbara Lazzell. MUSIC FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightlz Louise E. Swan, J. Russell Paxton, department head, Eleanor M. Cecil, Jeanette Vaughan, assistant, Mrs. Helen M. Rice, assistant. Standing: William F. Moon, John M. White, Robert 0. Gwyn, Charles R. Hamilton, Richard S. Orton, Frederic A. Barker, Alonzo D. Eidson. MUSIC CLUB-Seated Cleft to rightJ: Robert Fleck, Marilyn W'ebster, Randall Tucker, Mary Lou Payton. Standing: Robert Highfield, Frances Forbes, Margie Kuhn, Leajean McDonald, Joyce Ilett, Joanne Bego, Irene Milner, Janet Heller. Miss Louise Swan, Elizabeth Elliott. AGRICULTURE CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz Robert Book, William Cull, Beverly Scott, John Purvis, Kenneth Summers. Second Row: Alden Wajenberg, George Whitsit, Glen Kesfer, Orvallee Domer, James Skillman. Third Row: J. G. Hamner, Janles Weimer, Jack Frame, James Turner, Mr. A. C. Hoffman, Fourth Row: Charles Stuckey, Charles Wilmer, William Fisher, Donald Peters. Top Row: Lewis Kirkhoif, Joe Hendricks, Frank Surber. 'Q BIBLE STUDY CLUB-Seated Cleft to rightj : Carolyn McCoy, Margaret Tresslar. Standing: Barbara Ferry, Emily Felix, Arthur C. Hoffman, sponsor, Beryl Annis, Joanne Dennis. NATURE STUDY CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightl : Betty J. Rees, Barbara Jo Beichard, Barbara McDonald, Elizabeth Lingen- felter, Norma Jean Heber, David Schulz. Second Row: Effie Wright, Donald Bosemeyer, Hugh Price, Joyce Ilett, Margaret Downey, Leajean McDonald. Third Row: William Kerkman, Mary Martha Curd, Evelyn Herring, Mary Helen Williams, Joanne Bego, Marlene Crose. Fourth Row: Joan Schluep, Mary Louise Holder, Rocco Zappia, Ruth McGilliard, Jacqueline Dale, Jacqueline Brock, Dr. C. F. Cox. Fifth Row: Miss Bette Lowery, Jacqueline Akard, Carolyn Cook, Velma Lynn, Betty Babrick, Janles Ryan, Donald Combs. Top Row: Carol Moir, Joan Steinmeyer, Theodore Wallace, Mr. Howard Cook, sponsor, Mr. John Kendrick, Louis Wuelliier. Favorite spot among sport fans is the Gymnasium where athletic events. dances, and assemblies are held. Commencement exercises and mili- tary inspection are in our stadium, which boasts the state's longest high school track. UI' SPOTtS are Av fu X Y? - -iii we FS fx utility. ...A entered in the Gym and Stadium VVHEN THE GYINI was built in 1929. it was declicatecl three times: as a music hall. a theater. and a gymnasium. It boasts a pipe organ. bought with money earned by students and faculty. and the largest high school stage in the country. It is quite different from our first gym. "Splinter Hall.,' which was on the third floor of the Arsenal. Our stadium, one of the largest and most complete in the state. rebuilt in 1939, seats eight thousand spectators. It is complete with press box. locker rooms, and storage space. Be 701111 :he Sfaflfum . IS the fi v '3'Hcre N HI Ure FEP 6. Q wifi 4, . Serif fir , 15 T 4 J Vi, 39' . g gr p, D J ,sl Y L' ! .fi is 1 M yr- K - .1 X, fi gi 1 N Q ' hx viii f ir si 1 t ,131 a f Q U 4 .. M we . fr MX VARSITY FOOTBALL-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Robert Lawrence, Allen Vinson, Robert Kendall, Thomas Pratt, Edward Lepper, Jack Haines, Williani Miller., Russell Meadors, Lloyd WlllIliSCll. Secoml Row: John Lawyer, Robert Book, Nile Smith, Robert Faccone, Basil Zilson, Paul Woolen, Harry Romeril, Herbert Quandt, John Lytle, Charles Scarbrough. Third Row: Charles Erk, Allen Relford, Alford Lux, Martin Walker, Donald Bucksot, Thomas Gilbert, Robert Tharp, John Preston, Charles Caplinger. Top row: Coach George Mihal, Coach Wayne Rhodes, James Orem, James Kimmell, Douglas Arvidson, Raymond Kennedy, Robert Fulton, Richard Maris, Coach Howard Longshore, Athletic Director Charles Dagwell. Pniiiiiifihniiiiiiht -nf 1947 if , lem !Unannenl 5 ' 12'H""e Arsenal Technical Schools s 1. 19-An :aaa-mon' -mfflli PUUTBALL SEHEUULE S pa 26-Richman 0 t 1947 t Oct. 3- Mun i O n 10-M A d mn, 32 0 RESERVE SCHEDULE O A 17-M I I3 D . lah Hummel! ii-lv on 9 souehpsn 0 Od, 22-Cath ci al 3 0 m 77- ---l v - oc. ie-c Attucks 0 I Od' f' 0 -r Z N C 1 ' O! H E Nov. 7-Washington 0 Z Q li - N . s-w h Nov. 14-Shortridqe 0 l ' Nxahl Game: c, P. DW-.11, Annu: Du-fm FR-ESHMAN SCHEDULE Q m w silrisfij-Tiiliholii li.ldr2:lihA..n, 0 2 - CHSPUS Altucks G.m.,.sp,.q...,A..:, , . u., - - ' Or! cl Q- O 16 -M nu 1 L2 0 O 30 shonndg I 6 Nov. s-Anwaihmges.. V A Z- -,...l .. 1 unnu4-4-uona.,ms.xu.x:.1fsauauuuL..vnw,u..,f,a ,cfm nfvmmqwnmq. Football is kin How ABOUT A TRIP to the Gym for a little reminiscing witl1 some of the coaches about this year's athletic season? Specializing in football, we find head coach Howard Long- shore, assisted by VVayne Rhodes. In his first year as varsity mentor, hir. Longshore took a decidedly underdog Greenclad eleven through to a surprising five-won and five-lost season. The Greenmen's losses were hard earned vic- tories for the opposition, as final scores didn't always tell the tale of the Big Green's battle. Tomorrow's heroes are being molded by George hlihal, reserve coach, and George Sprague and VVilliam T1'6lCl1l61', freshman mentors. The reserves came plunging through their schedule with two games on the right side of the ledger and two on the wrong. The frosh breezed by thei1' opponents, com- ing out with a perfect slate for the season and the coveted City Freshman Football Crown. Meadors scores first touchdown of the season. - 26 - ,---- ,........., . Y. . , ...E -m 88 as BE wma. 1 raft. A2 'iw mwi 1 A-nh a 853' gil i M . , viffg-'T?5 XT ,W-A , , ,fi -2,1454 --- 1--2-2"',,., A ....,"f'i '?! 'Wx ' -'V .' - f-1. f" fx rm .Xxu 1 q M Q , wi , 4 , .. Ax Q. -.., X X -h q ' q '-X , . D L , .x A 7 y 'NN ' i '59 A, Q 'sf 'Y fx MQ X x 'Q A' it 535' ffm ' I 1. . -4 x, . .kt QA Q A ' ' K . H V ' VSA fig 1231- I 'bv 'I M -,N Q .A A - . , M ., -ff M -l A -I QP' W ,,. if .J x, fs.-ssh Q QA 55951 '7"F- .V ' f ' - ---p-.N.x-':- RESERVE BASKETBALL-Bottom Row Cleft to rightl: Leslie Nell. Donald Dobbs, James Reasner, Peter Lupus, Robert Huey, Paul Yvoolen, Ross Moore, Frank Morton. Top Row: Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell, Richard Wills, Ernest Cline, Myron Moriarity, Charles Englerth., William Roepke, Dean Throckmorton, Coach Powell Moorhead, Student Manager Kenneth Wilsoll. The pla er's the thing Now wie Movr: ON to the men who are specialists in that "Hoosier Hysteriaf' basketball. Piloting the varsity round-hallers is Herman Hinshaw, with Powell 1XIoorhead coaching the reserves, and Harold Negley and George hlihal handling the freshman hoopsters. The varsity netmen enjoyed a satisfying season, defeating such "big-wigsi' as Richmond and Lafay- -ette, and CZIptll1'lIl,Q' 13 of 21 galnes, tourneys included. In sectional competition, the Green Wtave defeated the Silent Hoosiers in the first game, then the tour- ney was history as far as Tech was concerned. The Hinshaw-111en lost to Crispus Attuck's Tigers in a second-round tilt. Gordon King was selected on the Stnwr,s All-City team at guardg he also was second high-point man in the N.C.C. scoring race. lvnder Coach hloorhead, the reserves, composed mostly of sophomores, blasted through their schedule of 16 games, winning 12. In city competition, the reserves lost only to the Howe Hornets, thus adding to their freshman crown, the Reserve City Diadem. Those fellows, our freshie team, who are supposed to he green at the sport, were not so green as they came out on the long end of their season with a 7-to-41 record, defeating VVarren Central, 34 to 172 South- port, 34 to 29g Howe, Q6 to 921, Crispus Attucks, FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Bottom Row fleft to rightlz William N. Miller, Ralph Grahaln, John R. Gilson, Frank Beasley, Donald Coffin, Willialli Evans, Larry French, Earl Huffman, Harold Updike. Top Row: Coach George Mihal, Leslie Gerlach, Jerry Koehler, Gilbert Bierman, Dane Ashcraft, Raymond Van Busum, Ralph Wade, Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell. ,. -II l w.-- '- Tom Pollom l1ad a fine cover-up sho tat I the Tech-Shortrldge game. Arsenal Technical Schools iwmiuimis BASKETBALL 51f111'f111.11.E5 1947-48 i Xnruly Arsenal Technical Schools N4-1--uw 29 11--1 , I-1541 1---'27 "'D""""'0'-'S uf.-fmnifs A s A..-1. 62794 BASKETBALL SCHEDULES 1nfm..1m 12 lm. 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Sri!! 133 """""Yj" A '--'N-gn-U 1-1 fig 'f Jjjfi NYG mmf" ' ZZ' ' hm-.nry 2l shf1by1.lle ' W3 1 'fbiiQeQ1:1Ei1Q111EZ', L .ii :1':1.::1::f::-::.-: 11:11 W1-9.2-7.17111 s1.u.ma,u 142 E3 .fglflsn af 'rg-5 H gpg Y nbrgry I3 'X'i1'Q1fvli71.?Ql.2 f SV? -71 grfbyg-iaYY1fkImZ71:21 125 'Y S' 76 1-umnryfzi i Sunil,-111. iirlgffz 0 1. r. ou.vu.1. nmu. mm... r. w. u-su. u-1-.turn m Q3 10 20: lilanual, QT to 113 Lz1w1'e11ee, Q5 to 18: 211111 CZ11111Cd1'2L1, 28 to 18g while losing to 131-01111 Ripple, 35 to 16: Sou'111po1'1, 40 to 16g S11o1't1'ic1ge, Q8 to 18g and VVZLS11lllg10I1, 927 to 15. Look for a great big season for Teehites next year, f'1Hll'11'Sf! uf IIIIIHIIIIIIIHIAIS Avv'll'N for even 11lOllg'1l C1Ul'l101l King, Joe Kearns. 111111 .lack Aldridge will receive '111ei1' C1lp10lllilS, i,Lfl'i1C1ll2L1l01l night, plenty of pep 111111 131111011 will he left 11e11in11 for next yez11"s 1'eig11 of the king of 111e Hoosier sport, 11z1s1ie'111111l. VARSITY BASKETBALL -Bodom Row Cleft to rightj: Herman Albright, Gordon King, Joseph Kearns, Jack Aldridge, John Kelley. Top Row: Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell, Thomas Pollom, Charles Page, Student Manager Richard Yeager, Coach Herman T. Hin- shaw. - 1..,,.,,. f., , .1N,JRQ,L.r S -1.,,,.h , 1 1 K , ... I W 1 - , , 1 ,,..,...,,,.,,. ,V ,,--'er WRESTLING-Bottom Row Cleft to rightl : Donald Hale, Patrick Amore, Norman Walker, John Stewart, Anthony Zilson, Charles Cave, Basil Zilson, Herbert Quandt, James Wilson, Gerald Lamb. Louis Clark. Top Row: Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell, William Calloway. Thomas Pratt, James Fagan. Jack Haines, Henry Wilsoli, Bruce Miller, James Britt, Russell Dick, Charles Billiu, Coach William Treichler. IJOLLUNV IIE YP this little stairway hy the stage and I'll show you whe1'e Coach Wlilliaiu Treichler pro- duced our first big wrestling squad-Room 4:01. Success came to this squad: Tech 35, Richmond 923g Tech 448, Anderson 10g Tech 550, Southport 28g Tech 31, Anderson 11: Tech 315, Southport 25: Tech 555, Shortridge 133 third place in the N.C.C. llleetg When it comes to teams, Tech -L1, Shortridge 173 eleventh place in the State Wlrestling Meet, and Tech 51, Broad Ripple 3. The Ripple meet brought the SQHSOINS dual standings to 8 won and 0 lost. 1,et's go over for a little chat with the man who coached the par-husters to the State Golf Champion- ship and to the Marion County Championship for CROSS COUNTRY-Bob tom Row Cleft to riglltj: Robert Neal, Donald Nach- bar, R. J. Pearcy, William Jenkins, William Kingery, Raymond Jensen. Top Row: Coach Paul E. Myers, Ingle Harris, James Benz, Howard Crick, Richard Corson, Athletic Director C. P. Dagwell. COACHES-Seated Cleft to rightj : Powell Moorhead, Marion DeVault, stadium caretaker, Charles P. Dagwell, director of Athletics, George Sprague, George Mihal, Herman T. Hinshaw. Standing: Earl W. Ensinger, Paul E. Myers, Albert Meyer, equipment caretaker, Howard Longshore, Rueben D. Behlmer, James E. Stewart, Harold Negley, Wayne E. Rhodes, Robert Belding. Not pictured is William Treichler. urs canft be beat! the second consecutive season, ltlrl. Earl Ensinger. One of the boys, Robert Buchanan, won the National left-handed crown. As if these honors weren't enough, the boys took first place in a lneet at La Porte, defeating Hanl- mond and La Porte, and in a meet at Bloomington placed second, bowing only to Howe. Out this gym window you can see the cross country track. Under Coach Paul llycrs the endurance boys took second place in the N.C.C. nleet, and third place in both the Sectional and City meets. In season con- tests, the fellows defeated Anderson, Howe, and Shortridge, while losing to Richmond, Crispus At- tucks, and VVarren Central in a tri-school nleet, and to lllanual and VVashington. 'GOLF TEAM 1 Seated Cleft to rightj : David Hilli- goss, John Mahan. Stand- ing: Richard Butler, David Lennington, Elbert Mc- Daniel, Scott Teal, Earl Nahre, Robert Schlueter. Top Row: Robert Spear, Gail White, Robert Gueli- eri, James Yates, Coach E. W. Ensinger. Joseph Cic- mans and James Woodruff not in picture. .,31g The Concert Band marches between halves at all home football Games. D HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCA- TION FACULTY-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Paul E. Myers. Hueben D. Behlmer. department head, William Sanford, Driver Education, Arthur Cook, assistant. Top Row: Powell Moorhead, Richard Hamler, Charles P. Dagwell, George Mihai, Herman T. Hinshaw, Waylie E. Rhodes., George Sprague. Not pictured is Wrilliam Treichler. Physical education boys Qleftj will soon acquire muscles like physical fitness seniors Crightf BASEBALL TEAM-Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz Myron Moriarity, Gene Nash, Robert Davis, John Farson, John Rad- cliff, Richard Luthe, Donald Jarvis, Herman C. Bruder, Richard Hamon, Dean Throckmorton. Second Row: Charles Dagwell, athletic director, Rob- ert Stucker, Harold Koehler, Joseph Kearns, Richard Wills, Emil Linthicum, Robert Dagwell, Robert Bray, Robert Tharp, Norman Jones, Kurt Kruse, George Sprague, coach, W3y'llC Rhodes, assistant. ECI' t s EP 6 1' 'HW 3 is '- we we ,agua Er ta .RQ 5 7:-,J 1 ,gi HW' rw 'Sit a I 4 xr Eli igiicif at Q,aa..i f f Spring sports reign supreme Q 1 IN THE SPRING a TQCl1lt6,S fancy not only turns to tlroughts of love, but to spring sports. Track, coached by Paul lllyersg baseball, headed by George Spragueg golf, lll9l1tO1'8Cl by Earl Ensinger, and t6I1I11S, VV1tl1 Robert Beldlng, coach, grab Teclfs spring Sportlight. Spring finds Techite baseball en- thusiasts waiting for a turn at the bat. xt'-wsfwm t we img .gi ss TRACK TEAM Front Row Cleft to flglllp June Brockev Jack Aldridge Allen Mewerro e W'il- liam Jenlun lh lrle En lerth. Herbert ulndt qeconrl Row: In l Harri: Frank Morton, Janne: Carpenter Meredith Stone. Richard Oliver lumard Brand, Robert Highfitld Third Row: Robert Bcrting -gil Tilson. Lowell Jones. Frank Trittipo. , --Jn -33m Raymond Jensen, Jack Haines. Jerry Murrell. Fourth Row: Thomas Kell. Howard Crick. Donald Nachbar, Glenn Kastner. Willialn King:-ry, Floyd Fowler. Charles Billiu. Fifth Row: Rich- ard Thompson. Daniel Yvynne. Rudolph Taylor. Robert Huey. John Hoover. Sixth Row: Paul Myers. coach., W'illiam Treichler. assistant.. James Benz, Charles Caplinger. R. D. Behlmer and James Stewart, assistants.. C. P. Dagwell, athletic director. M65 On Play Day, the annual spring sports event of the girls' physi- cal education classes, high jumping is one of the events in which the girls get plenty of exercise. I Above Q Another event of this Play Day is the relays. I Below. Q CHEERLEADERS-Standing flop to bottomj : Carol Brockey, Janet Siebert, Barbara Steele, Betty Jo Hall, Nancy Snyder, Elaine Hockett, ,Ioan Hostel- ler, Phyllis Wlxetstilie. Seated: Thomas Cook, David Robinson. go I BLOCK "T" CLUB-Front Row Cleft to flglllbi Thomas Pollom, John Kelly, john Radcliff, Charles Page, Joseph Kearns, Robert Davis, Richard Luthe, Raymond Jensen. Second Row: Albert Snider, Jack Haines, Basil Zilson, Gordon King, Thomas Pratt, Robert Tharp, Jack Aldridge. Third Row: Robert Faccone, lngle Harris, Herman Albright, Herbert Quandt, Donald Bucksot, Willialii Calloway, Robert Book, John Wolfe, Willianl Miller. Fourth Row: Alford Lux, Allen Relford, John Lytle, Allen Vinson, John Lawyer, Lloyd Wilidisch. -34- Freshman Nancy Pearson sang at the 1943 5'Fresh- man Follies" in the Forum. fLeftj Freshman speakers chat- ted with Principal Ander- son at the close of the Freshman Assembly in the Gymnasium. Cllightj For the first annual Sophomore Day last spring, the class had a picnic which was held north of Stuart Hall at the ovens. Leading the '47 Junior Day parade around the campus en route to the Gymnasium for the an- nual program were stu- dents dressed as animals from the story Brier Rab- bit in 46Uncle Remusf' ' ,..'-""""A A 5 .4-rf' As the highlight of our Christmas assem- bly program Mr. Charles Hamilton por- trayed jolly old St. Nick and presented gifts to the audience. During American Education Week stu- dents of the Aviation class displayed their projects at Open House. Speakers at the American Educa- tion Week Assembly were seated fleft to rightj : Agnes Minatel, Law- erence Church. Standing: Joan Small, Mr. John Hughes, Ernst Michelis. IW have pro rams IT's RIz,xLLr A NVOND1'IltFl'L sight to see our entire student body together at our all-school assemblies. ltlany of these p1'ogrzuns are planned by and taken part in by our own students. lllost of the big' events of the year take place in the clyllllltlbilllllli dances, class days, assemblies, and sports events. During American Education NVQ-ek we have exhibits from various departnients, showing the outstanding' work of their classes. 'K gm Students receiving honors throughout the year are given recognition at the Honor Day assemhly. Charles Van Buskirk., Dr. Dallas Browning. Ruth Bales, Rahhi Maurice Goldhlatt, Dr. Marcus Johnson, Naomi Kraft. Mr. Ander- son, Richard Bennett, on the panel. joined hands after our Brotherhood assembly. Freshmen meet in the Gym each semester to get instructions for the coming year. tj' A + 1 Q 4 1 1? or 1 mi A .,,:'f Q? , -350 if " A fr X, X 3 N S J 'W f'-bm' fi -X' :- Ig fi, i 1 l . ,, zixbx fl, f N 5' if 7' T? his A ,L 32 t Vw, tl fi f 5 i ,X W N gf, 'Q Howard Ziegler, Paul Davis, and James Graham, members of the Stageeraft class, made Monument Circle Christmas scenes. Techites ttchanged face" at the hands of Laurence Deutsch Mr. Paxton congratulated Treble Clef, Janet and Suzanne Shirley, make-up staff members. Spall, and Bass Clef, Robert Book. -38- , .ef Members of the Division of Program Production are Mr. John Minatel, assistant, Mrs. Ressie Fix, who trains pupils for the radio shows, and Mr. C. S. Stewart, director. Cfnlrfwsyf uf Ifzrlirlflrrlmlfx Timm In one of the 1947 "Sketchbook" acts were Charles Page, Jane Roberson, and Richard Stanfield. TECH BAND-Bottom Row Cleft to rightl: Marilyn Welyster, Edward Lowery, W'7llll3lll Byerly, Earl Ridout, Jenny Taylor, Anna Lec Howe, Dorothy Johnson, Robert Batt, James Lewis. Second Row: Charles Reed, Donald Meyer, Wvanda Towner, Richard Stanfield, Carl Rubush, Dennis Cramer, Carolyn Adams, Richard Oliver, Thomas Beverley, Glenn Harper, Olin Hardy, Leajean McDonald, Thomas Greenwood, Florence Henderson, David Fahey. Third Row: RH!'lll0lN'l LOW6l'!'. Carol Griffey- Bfllfl' Pearson, John Hancock, Byron Rodarmel, Mike DeFabis, Audralce Claubke, Barbara Spiller, Paul Lowe, Richard W'orthington, Don Henderson, ,Ioan McClure.. Sant Harriman, Robert Spear, Wfilliam Hanna, Jerry McCarthy, Randall Tucker, Ernest Henninger. Fourth Row: Richard Gilaspy, Paul Callis, Charles Cooper, Edward Otting, Fred Schroeder, Charles Montgomery, William Eslick, Ronald Beechler, Charles Willialtls, Robert Barnes, Jack Carrell, Raymond Young, Leon Dealiyne. Bette Keller. Phyllis Wilson, Carol Moir, Alonzo D. Eidson, director. First Elevation: Marilyn Brock. Patil Askren, Carl Scaer, Danny Crago, Fred Klepper, Charles Hall, Elsie Shaw, Donald Moore, John McNeely, Donald Clark, Thomas Earle, Jack Wilson. Second Elevation: Robert Olney, William Ferree, Dan Brown, George Pierce, David Schulz. i Y 1 1 Y 1 Tec-h's first cafeteria was in the basement of the Barracks, in 1914. VV hen powder was stored here, neighborhood children would tiptoe by in fear ---L-'fl'-M l+-H--W' --H '-' Y V- .Q-.-1-.sr-11 Letgs see the R. 0. T. C. in the Barracks and Magazine THE BA1iRiXCIiS, which housed soldiers until 1903, and then the men who attended VVin0na, Technical Institute, is used as R.O.'l'.C. l1C2Hlqlli11't61'S. Originally built in 1866 to Store powder. the lxIZlg'ilZl11'6 is now niuiiitained as city headqua1'te1's for R.O.T.C. supplies. It is almost completely hidden by il inan-niade mound which is circled by lilac bushes. . vs- smfic rm 47.5-337 jfs rss . 'ki 77 t N fer . ' 'HI ' "fr GC Woo flllhf K Q VF. ,L 1,11 '45 fr 2. x vo X5 S Q Q '33- l R.O.T.C. Instructors Master Sergeant Delbert W. Nichley, Captain Clarence N. Doup, and Staff Sergeant Everett R. Burke display the newest pieces of equipment in their department. ....4!2.. 0 COMMISSIONED CADET OFFICERS--Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz First Lieutenants Rollin Sage, Charles Robinson, Ralph Katzenberger, Second Lieutenant Gerald Martz. Second Row: First Lieutcnants Milton Bierman, Robert Jeffries, James Carpenter, Second Lieutenant Elbert McDaniel Jr. Third Row: Second Lieutenants Charles Cady, Frank Bryan, Charles Rodgers, Harry Hall, Lloyd Cast. Top Row: Second Lieutenants Raymond Phillips, W'ilson Clarke, Raymond Jensen., Glenn Kiplinger. ,t T 1 CADET STAFF OFFICERS-Bottom Row: Colonel Robert Highfield. Second Row Cleft to rightjz Lieu- tenant Colonels Donald Frink, David lVlcNay. Third Row: Major Dennis Oldham, Captain Douglas Ar- vidson, Major Xviiliam Jenkins. Top Row: First Lieutenant Russell lngle, Captain Howard Crick. Captain Chester lVlcDowell, First Lieutenant Billy Billiu. Wifre proud of our R. 0. T. C. 1 ff-S DID You KNOXV that the "Arsenal Guardsi' were our first mili- tary organization? They carried wooden rifles and drilled i11 Vvoodruiif Place. Then, in 1918 the Cadet Corps was organized. Vx' The training was compulsory. In 1919 we had our first R.O.T.C. tvnit. The boys wore horizon blue uniforms which they had to buy. Today we have our drill field facing East Michigan Street. The old Barracks, hack of Stuart Hall, are R.U.T.C. head- quarters. It,s an impressive sight to see our R.O.T.C. boys in the Armistice and Army Day parades. -43- Mr. George Mitchell assists Colonel Chester A. Pruett, retired Army officer and head of the Tech unit for many years. who is Custodian of Military Supplies for the city schools with headquarters in the Powder Magazine. Last spring at the annual inspection the Unit won its twenty-sixth consecutive honor rating. 2 This spring our crack rifle team won second place among high school units in the Second Army. in the 194-7-1943 Willialn Randolph Hearst National R.0.T.C. Rifle Competition. It was our third such victory. Last fall the unit had a formal hall, even to a reception line, in the Gymnasium. April 28, the cadets held their annual father and son banquet in the lunehroom with a program, afterward, in the Foruln. They used R.O.T.C. talent only for entertainment. RIFLE TEAM-Bottonl Row Cleft to rightlz Captain Douglas Arvidson, Major William Jenkins, First Lieutenant James Carpenter. First Sergeant Billy Billiu. Captain Chester McDowell, Staff Sergeant Donald Piper. Second Row: Sergeant James Weimer, Lieutenant Colonel Donald Frink, Staff Sergeant Richard Fleming. Captain Howard Crick. Top Row: Lieutenant Colonel David MeNay, Private First Class Willianl lngle. ...44,... O Q o l Q O Q O as A 3 1 4'5" - . . f 5 Q P it U in V , , Q .. if., - 3 ' I if , at X It an Q gf-9 5 ,- ,.:.. f but I f Q .Wm '6 "' T ' 0 9 Q un 'Q 22 , 0 , I . , ,, di fm GX I vi ' 9 I C O. I i . Alumni presented the carillon in the tower, and 94-6 seniors gave the floodlights. 45I Wqk, Tw' Tech dedicated its steel flag- pole, placed in the well of two former U. S. wooden flagstaffs, May 22, 1917. Here is Stuart Hall, our very newest building CoMPI.ET15D IN 1935, it was named the Milo H. Stuart Memorial Hall in honor of Tech's founder and first principal, who guided this won- derful school through its iirst eighteen years of phenomenal growth. Isn't the tower beautiful? The floral traceries in the white stone panels depict Mr. Stuart's love of nature. The little rooms on either side of the foyer are to contain ineinora- bilia of Dir. Stuart. His portrait. the Hrst desk he used at T ech. and his last desk as assistant superintendent are there now. -47- i DRAFTING DEPARTMENT FACULTY Cleft to rightlz Clarence Rosell, Her- man Denzler, Norman Schneider, Earl Ensinger. department head, Kenneth Coffin, W'arren Cleveland, Herbert Traub, Fred Henke. Mr. Carl Schooley is maintenance man for Tech. ART FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightjz Elizabeth Jasper, Harold Stewart, Sara Bard, lone Hirsch. Standing: John F. Simpson, Oakley E. Richey, Julia Jean Rowe, Sy Per- szyk, Edmund Schildknecht, Charles Clore. J 3, Q E - A, J At Christmastilne sculpturing class members modeled Santa Claus and his reindeer in the snow. . , "' ' y, . . 'N 54:5 ,A - W' -, , 1 K mx. ' ' u ' ' 5-1,4-'46 W' ' r w , - 4, 'i . ,.,4,. 4 A W, M , , x .K . 4 - 'f A ' , NF f ,qw gm ee J 1 , X Q X' ., 4 A , A V by X M A, ,, . 9 1 ,:. ,, .VI J f's ,,S w,1f,ig, My 5 . r ,, K 7, , , QQBN4. is A QQA , , t . , A , ,- A -' R -1512 as Mr? W W , 'aw 1 ., C ,if c , fffw . MW ' .10 C Wy - M , , , - A ss, ,,fh,,ff wi , , . - 44 .Q 'V ' X AQ-V W ',. ' . an al X .-Y .. WI ,V -43- if . 54 was Q NR .. as am in , M fe, BW A. Mr. Oakley Richey's art class painted a mural to decorate the wall of one of the art rooms. Speaking of the fine arts in our ne school . . . Students learn to work with metals and Joan Robinson and Patty Joy., fashion experts. gave tips on charm to set stones in Metal Crafts. and poise to girls in Student Center. -49- 4 X W M XX Wm 14.34, - wai"'ff WMV . W M awww 3 mf ., , 1' .f fm-M, L "" N Maw: Q. b M..-.., U + I ' S ' X to ' I' V t, ' i , '.5"1 1 Q XX 'Q ik Q , ' . . X' R592-?:'Y' w, K if i , 3 Wwmw, f Q 1 Q ,X .,,. . 1, , V r - K i X 1 A 'Q K ' 1 ..- , x ' ' K. Q ' -f -f... H W V. W9 ' . 1 Yv 711 - . g is - . . . W vt X g asv' X E' My , Xf- Y Y, . M, N. N if r rV.Qxin,u urge Ng Q, H 1 W 'if-f, 4 If x ,gg X 111, '-4 W , 75 ' f ",. gg? xx ' :" fi 1 4 ,fi ' 'rf N J. ., f-,,. 41 an , cm., f V, Wien: W 4 3 4 ' . fi 'Q 9 .N V Q ..:xSii2?Q'5i2'- -H ,., -, ..,, s, A- KN - V- '55 1 f W- 1 1 eb , arf, ,- .:..M, 'Q J' , S , ,I , f 'Aft .QQ fi ' if W ,wp ' ,M sb QN 12 W, fb x Ji va. JV. I l ' , , we 1- 5515? f 5 ' f Q ,-nr 53215 V muff, 51 ' Vg K ru , , Q4 If ,Q .1 1? 2 ,xg XX 3 7, N Q is xy, S - es? SS XYZ CLUB-Sealed Cleft to rightj: Charles Reed, Robert Ratt, Barbara Frisbie. Charles Van Ruskirk, Thomas Reeder. Second Row: Robert Relding. sponsor, Julia Taylor, Margaret Tresslar, Dorothy Johnson, Janet Hosea, Mary Martha Curd, Dorothy Ratt, Marilyn Kelly, Jo Nell Alcorn. Third Row: Robert Lineback, James Rredensteiner, Donald Nachbar, VS'illiam Sullivan, Charles Hines, Robert McCord, Clyde Howlett, Anna Lee Howe. LATIN CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightlz Kathleen Wllite, Norma Bryant, Barbara Ferry Elnora Huis, Joan Ray. Second Row: Joan Yandell, David Turpin, Ruth Griffin, Robert Line- back, Darlene Calloway, Susan Cox. Third Row: Joan Suladie, Adrienne Cogan, Janice Rike. Emily Felix, Ann Cockley, Barbara Sommerstrom, Marie Rutter, Willialn Lewis, Beatrice Hayes, Ethel Normington, Miss Irene A. McLean, sponsor. Top Row: Edward Landreth, Philip Ziegler, John Stafford, Ronald Calkins, Carolyn Cook, Beverly Wfhipple. SPANISH CLUB-Kneeling fleft to rightjz Newell Hall, Jack Hawthorne, Ernest Henninger. Bottom Row: Dorothy Surchevich, Janet Arbuckle, Margaret Tresslar, Phyllis Reeder, Patricia Neely, Janet Roller, Florence Fisher, Lillian Nahmias, D. Carolyn Carter, Katherine Norman. Second Row: Mrs. Anna May Clascock, sponsor, Juanita Hoover, Edna Jean Bolly, LaYVanda Arnold, Joyce Caylor, Jeannette Sheppard, Barbara Cox, Jocelyn Jane Ollis, Audralee Claubke. Top Row: Paul Faris, Thomas Reeder, Martha Lois Myers, Ann Scott, Robert V. Swinney, James E. Bredensteiner, Jo Nell Alcorn, Mary Lou Payton. -51- , wi A mf. SE' We 11. 'I - fu' H' I 5 -..., l f .Q Y k,+ x,f- ':'ff Y 1' X 'V L iff -7-...,, 4Mw,'0',,,,.,., Q, 1 fy X fi Q Q1 M? .uv fp .QA 9 X .M zyiyxti l f 1 2 i 3 r 1+ , .. , X ,wifi nh X I.. 1 ' l 1 ! i I J .aW:,an-.mmm ,mum , k "" I ,Q V wi As a reward for their work in shop classes pupils receive vocational certificates, each spring. Boys in drafting classes learn how to use the blue printing machine. "HQTJOf?HL musnf UJEIK " M i The Music department arranged many interesting displays during Music Week. Mr. Frederic Barker played the carillon for the dedication, May Crowds gathered to listen to the new carillon in Stuart Hall Tower, when 22, 1947. it was dedicated, Supreme Day. f Q0 fs ,ZU- M f: 1471 x w I 1 . ,I V , 9. l l 4 -. I WM X 'P u '51 ,, p A . , 3 K ! 3 r 2 3 I 1 6 i P. iw' I : The playground for girls' physical education classes is south of the Shop Building - 54 .. This is our favorite building because of the student and faculty cafeterias. Next are the Artillery and Shops LET,S RUN ALONG with the crowd to the lu11chroo1n in the Artillery Building. Oh, no! On second thought. Techites IIUZTI' 1'll11 to lunch! Built in 1869, since the founding of Tech this building has been used for vocational shops. Now, it also houses the two student lunch- rooins, the faculty lunchrooni, and the kitchens. Just north are the Electrical Building. built in 1893. and the Annex, built in 1916, the first 11eW building after Tech was founded. In 1922, the new Shop Building was completed. Besides the shops. there are physics and chenlistry laboratories, the powerhouse, and girls' physical education rooms. -55- 54 . QD 4 , I 7 , os W A X ' - . , 'Q , H f yy -5 I 1 n ' ' F lf ' X ' hops are interestin Mosr or 'rHi-: FEI.Lows here at Tech at some time or other take a shop course. Everything from Airplane lliechanics to Auto Body and Fender Repair is of- fered. Many hoys develop a hohhy into a trade. Others, who take thc four-period vocational course, receive excellent, apprenticeship training. A great many of the hoys receive vocational certifi- cates hy taking two years of special shop plus other academic requirements. lNIa11y of theln then go on and take two more years of shop if they have especially liked the first two years. Certificates are not only awarded in shop, but in the Agriculture, Art, Coln- METAL TRADES FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightlz Glenn Miller, Louis Eggerding. Standing: Harold Maves, department head. Edwin Baker, Norman Brinker, Russell Sands. Seated: Willialll Eddy. Standing Cleft to rightl: William Johnston., Fred Wilsoli, Edward Howe, Frank Atherton, Verl l Whetstille. l ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightl: J. G. Zinter, Carold Bralnblett, A. C. VanArendonk. Standing: C. R. Cilbrech, as- sistant, Earl D. Terry, Harold F. Fye, department head, W. A. Rush, Radio. Body and Fender Shop boys are learning how Students in Electric Shop learn how to service refrigerators to recondition 'tbeat up" automobiles. and to do all types of electrical repair work. , as L 42,1 2 Q ' ...:.w,., fl Boys in Airplane Mechanics tore down a piper cub, You can always tell when you're nearing Metal studied each part. and put it together again. mercial, Home Economics, and Drafting departments as well. Shop courses are divided into three parts: general shops, vocational shops, and special double period courses. Either freshmen or upperclassmen may start out with elementary shop, but advanced classes are limited to uniors and seniors. General shops are on a two-period, one-credit basis. They give a student a chance to include in his high school career some study of processes of industry and to find out his abilities and interests in these fields. Vocational shops are based on a four-period. two- credit plan for boys who definitely want to prepare for a trade. This coming fall the program of industrial courses will be reorganized to make an even greater contribu- tion tothe comprehensive objectives of the school. 6GWhat makes it tick?" is the question discussed by students and instructor in the Auto Shop. Trades Shop because of the hanging and clanging. GIRLS' HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACULTY- Cleft to rightlz Hazel Abbett, Helen Caffyn, Mable McHugh. Margaret Hope. Mrs. Vivian Arbaugh, Margaret Christie. fflbovej AUTO SHOP FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightlz Stewart Joyce.. M. W. Slattery. department head. Don S. Patterson. Stmuling: A. C. Boren., Howard Ransdell., David Reed, assist- ant. Edward P. Madinger. Robert Offutt., Airplane Mechanics. fBel0wj ....,., .,-.-,- - ..,- ,..--,,,f.,.. VN, if V - . sf, Q ' ' 'fi--. Q ' Na. WNWW "Miva ""'4-m-Q-4... 'Www-g..., ..........,,t. ....,,..., .......,.............. """"""'? vulfW"'W . -vu... Finishing touches are all in a day's work in the Painting and Decorating Shop. BUILDING TRADES FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightj: Alvin C. Shumm. Howard Beall, assistant, Ivan Hanen. Standing: S. Oertlc, Ernest Thiel, director of Shop Acti- vities, Paul M. Vogt, Wfilliam Lampcrt, Lewis Ewing. 'H'--np. "1-uf. The presses are always husy for they print many forms besides the CANNON. Developing skill in lino- type operation and page make-up are part of Print Shop work. '39 .,,'.... A neutralization reaction is a must experiment in Performing the mirror experiment always interests chemistry. physics class members. LUNCHROOM YVOBKERS-Bottom Row fleft to rightlz Mesdames Bertha Hausner, Mabel Bennett, Ida Hart, Elizabeth L. Ross, manager, Ruby Plummer, Katherine Hazen, Rachel Davis. Second Row: Mesdames Jessie Elliott, Pearl Johnson, Minnie Thrasher, Maude Brown. Third Row: Mesdames Minnie Gardner, Nora Moylan, Laura James, Adeline Cross. Fourth Row: Mesdames Lucille Wager, Selma Seils, Netta Schmidt, Esther Fink. Fifth Row: Mesdames Pearl Brown, Orpha Oldham, Barbara Greiner. Sixth Row: Mesdames Mae Starkey, May Elsea, Maude Kahn. Seventh Row: Mesdames Emily Coffee, Bertha Hunt, Clementine Nix. Eighth Row: Mesdames Stella Williams, Cecil Stone, Nola Pavey. Ninth Row: Mesdames Alma Bush, Edith Kane, Rinske Bloemhof, Paula Walther, Elsie Roberts. Tenth Row: Mesdalnes Freida Strieback, Pearl Howe, Jessie Bryant, Grace Smith. Daisy McBride. Eleventh Row: Mesdames Hazel Duvall, Helen Scharlau, Laura Basey, Miss Blanch Hammond, Mesdames Gladys Thompson, Ethel Pitts, Ida Ferguson, Bess Walker, Ella Jario. Miss Helen Kaltenbach not in the picture. . . . .11- CHEMISTRY CLUB-Bottom Row Cleft to rightjz Glenn Kip- linger, Ruth Ellen Fark, Lillian Zambon, Robert Lineback. Second Row: Richard Pieper, Eugene Storey, Mr. Homer E. Chenoweth, sponsor. Third Row: Harold Dimick, John Tib- bets, David Turpin. Fourth Row: Carl S. Rin., Theodore Hopkins. Fifth Row: Robert McCord, Charles Wells. CHEMISTY AND AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT FAC- ULTY-Cleft to rightlz Lester Bolander, H. C. Chenoweth, A. C. Hoffman, department head, Ray Hornaday. PHYSICS CLUB-Left Row flop to bottomjz Wfilliam Howe, Charles Wells, ,loan Kittrell. Center Row: Guilford Stephens, John Tibbets, Bob Barton, ,loan Cox, Florence Henderson. Right Row: Glenn Kiplinger, William Hawley. sponsor. Don- ald Clark, Ted Garrison, Charles Lynam, james Rogers. PHYSICS DEPARTMENT FACULTY-Seated Cleft to rightl: Charles L. Brosey. department head, Paul W. W'etzel, W'illian1 R. Hawley. Standing: James B. Rose. Louis D. Allen. H. Ralph W'olverton, Burton J. Malott. l i K9 Built in 1870 for the commandant, its impressive interior is unusual for a school. The friendly little Guardhouse once was used for disobedient soldiers BIILK BoT'rLi1s on the back steps, a chicken coop in the yard. and blankets airing on the clothes line were familiar sights about the VVest Residence when the engineer of the newly founded Tech used it as his home. Now, the Publications oiiices and Social Service department are here. The Guardhouse near the gate is used now for the custodians' office. lVhen the Government occupied the grounds a guard was stationed at the gate to check everyone and everything that passed in and out of the grounds. Q 62 - ... , --..........-.:g- Y-rd I ' 'J' eg ef , f d Jw To end our toulg we'll mszt ,Q ig e the Residence, Guard House ff if YEAR-END MAGAZINE STAFF-Cleft to rightj: William Byerly, assistantg H. David Bennett, arl editorg Gloria Walter, associate editorg Dorothy Surchevich, editor-in-chiefg D. Carolyn Carter. associate editorg Lawrence Dunnewold, photog- K nvwfwnm BUSINESS STAFF-Cleft to rightj: Robert McCord, circulation manager, Charles Reed, business managerg Barbara Gabbert, auditor. rapherg N. Janice Liddil. assistant. Not in picture, Harold Jario, photographer. Publications o ces are on THE wi:1-:KLY AND MAGAZINE staffs of the ARS'ENAI, CANNON really work to get those issues out every Thursday and to finish the year-end magazine before the deadline. Plenty of fun is mixed in, however, and a staftite's life is never dull. Journalism is a must for anyone desiring CANNON staff. It's a one-credit subject. in the English de- CANNON PAGE EDITQRS-Seated Cleft to rightl: Marjorie Ball, Lawrence Sullivan, Maja Bowman. Standing: Vivian Foster, Barbara Brubeck, features, Dorothy Lusk, Christine Jones. the first jioor partment. Typists and business staff are exempted. Une semester and thirty issues after the "tender- foot" begins his CANNON career, he may be chosen to work on the year-end magazine, if the advisors feel that he is fitted for this work. The magazine is Techis version of a yearbook. The main difference is that ours, which is included in the subscription DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS-Cleft to rightlz Ella Sengenberger, director of Publi- julia Taylor, eationsg Werner H. Monninger, business ad- Leach, Robert visorg Ralph E. Clark, printing advisorg Julia Jean Rowe, assistant director. 5 9 E iii?" 4055? 'KF' L 1644.- l l l l l l EDITORS OF WEEKLY STAFF-Cleft to riglttl: Florence Henderson, editor-in-chief of Staff II: Joan McClure, associate editor of Staff II, Richard Stanfield, copy editor, Ruth Ellen Fark, city editorg Margaret Gamage, managing editorg Randall Tucker. sports editor: Evelyn Petrovich, associate editor of Staff I: Lillian Zambon, editor-in-chief of Staff I. price for the thirty weekly issues, doesn'ti have a Several helpers who will take .journalism later stift' cover. 'I'hat7s where we got our subscription assist the staff. They Colne after school and wrap motto, N30 and lf, C,xNNoNs for mailing, handle exchanges, and help In the fall, during the subscription campaign, an sell advertiseinents for the magazine. agent, is elected from each sponsor room. These sales- Un the lighter side, staff niembers have a Fhrist- men, selling subscriptions in their sponsor rooms, mas party and a May Day luncheon. Big, juicy compete for awards. If an agent sells over fifty apples are devoured at the Cliristinas party, and the CANNoNs, he receives a gold ping other high-point staff gives skits and sings Christmas carols. Main agents receive silver and bronze pins, and award feature of the lllav Day luncheon is the stattws own ribbons. little niinicographed newspaper, Tile' IDOIIQIIII. STAFF ASSISTANT AND TYPISTS-Sealed: CANNON REPORTERS-Seated Cleft to rightl : Patricia Keyler, Tom Pease. copy Barbara Lazzell. Standing Cleft to rightlz deskg Edward Otting, R.0.T.C.g Margaret Blocksom, Juanita Hoover. Standing: Donald Clark, assistant, La Vonne Butler, Patricia Malott, Mary Ann Reed, ,Ioan Chambers, Edgar Davis. sports: Robert Phyllis Reeder. Not pictured, Carol Miller. Witherspooll, copy desk, Jack Carrell, sports. R is W ez' Q1 M , W as ii 'U F40 JOURNALISM CLASS REPORTERS-Seated Cleft to rightjr Katherine Walker. Marily ll Kelly, Janet Hosea, Joan Howery. Beverly King. Standing: Beryl Annis. Rex Broonle. Ruth Griffin, ,lealmette Patterson. Thomas Padgett.. .lennie Lee Pollard. We have a News Bureau Sour: or '1'Hl-I C'.xNNoN stait' members who do espe- cially good writing and are interested in j0Ll1'l12l.llSIll as at Career are chosen to write Tech news for the three downtown papers. Three write news and three write sports. Blany times News Bureau members are chosen to work as eorresponclents and puhlie rela- tions people after they enter College. Journalism class is the first rung in the careers of Teelfs young journalists. Here they acquire at "nose for news" and serve as Cub reporters for the paper. From this first rung, they climb up the ladder until, who knows, they might he lllilllilgillg editors, some clay l NEWS BUREAU-Seated Cleft to rightlt Christine Jones, Julia ,lane Taylor, Margaret Camage. Standing: Randall Tucker, Jack Carrell, Edgar Davis. HIGH-POINT CANNON AGENTS-Left Side Cbottom to topjz jerry Baur. Ann Scott, George Fisher, Kurt Kruse, Patsy Over- ton, Emma Jean Wilson. Right Side: Joan Norton, Russell Butters, Nona Fisher, Lawrence Church, James White. STAFF ASSISTANTS-Seated Cleft to rightl: Herbert Price, Norma Bryant, Marie Rutter. Standing: Kurt Jordan, Willianl Mills, Rosemary Mattingly, Donald Packard. Not in picture, Jack Trusty. We have man other groups SOCIAL SERVICE STAFF-Bottom Row Cleft to rightj: Mrs. Genevieve Mc-Leod, Miss '27 Opal Boston. Seated: Mrs. Mary Wells, Mrs. Estle Bowen, assistant director, Mrs. Pauline McCoy, stenographer. Top Row: Miss Kate Huber, Mrs. Jean Kettler, Miss ,lane Swengel, Miss Marjorie Lawson. ,G sf ENGINEERING STAFF-Bottom Row Cleft to rightl: Hubert Rains, Thomas Savage, F. B. Castetter, engineer. Top Row: Allen Clouse, Riley Burns, Bert LeMaster, Floyd Melick, George Jackson. At the annual Alumni Association re- union, May 22, several alumni gave a play, directed by Miss Ryan. CUSTODIANS AND MATRONS-Bottom Row fleft to rightjz Earl Lefller, E. C. Hamilton, head, Odelia Nichoff, Charles Kloss. Harry Haught. Second Row: John Shideler, Robert Powell, Sgt. Charles Weddell, S. C. Crickmore. Leonard Ragsdalc, Glen Riggleman. Third Row: Oren Selch., Luigi Tritarelli, James Morlan, Pete Foley, Earliest Clapper, Clyde Frantzreb. Fourth Row: Omar Dickerson, H. R. Wilsoll, Earl Coats, Russell Clapper, YVayne Austin, Lester Cook. Ora Freestone. Fifth Row: Lawrence Pointer, Ernest Brim, Costante Tolfolo, Robert Kieninger, C. F. Gibbs, Louis Schneider, Jesse Deeming., YV. O. Murphy, S. M. Watkins, Frank Durham, Harlan Sage, E. E. Robinson, Frank Jones, John Kieninger. Not included in picture: Clara Belle Morford., Elsie Flora, A. J. Robinson, Walter Cook, J. H. Kenworthy. For our commencement exercises, which are held at sunset in the stadium, we always have a student speaker. - - 5"L-f o-I' , mga 4 S P , 11-11 if, I Nl 11 ' . ' 1 . v , -H i lf""E M .-uf", X These boys and girls ' are my senior riends Mosir OF THE SENIORS have been here at Techtown for all four years though some have come from other high schools. Our senior projects this year have been a courtesy campaign and a Senior Sacrifice Day. As our gift we voted to join last year's senior class in buying bronze memorial plaques bearing the names of the more than four hundred boys from Tech who gave their lives in Wo1'ld VVar II. These plaques will be placed on the east and west walls of the tower in Stuart Hall. Our senior play, "Dear Ruth." given in April, was a huge success. Although we have January Senior Recognition exercises for those who have completed their course by the close of the first semester of their senior year, our real commencement exercises are in lllay in the stadium. It is really interesting to see how the graduating classes have grown through the years. VVould you believe that in 1915 there were only 16 graduates? Of course, the school was only three years old. The next year there were 106g and in 1936, the class had 1.037 members. In this year's graduating class we have 898. TECH LEGION, senior honorary organization-Bottom Row fleft to rightjz David Thomas, Barbara Steele, Charles Thompson, Dorothy Surchevich, Milton Thompson, ,loan Thompson, Richard Thornburg, Phyllis Todd, John B. Tibbets, Commander Phyllis Reeder, Lieutenant Commander Theodore Hopkins, Phyllis W'hetstine, Allen Vinson, Aileen Williams, Robert Weaver, Phyllis Wilson. Donald Wetzel, Lillian Zambon, James White. Second Row: Leajean McDonald, Clifford McMahan, Katherine Norman. Ernst Michelis, Nancy J. Potts., Charles Montgomery, Virginia Putman, Robert Nieten, Captain Donald Reynolds, Captain Gloria Walter, Captain James Wiese, James Rogers, Donald Schroeder, ,lane Sauter, Albert Snider, Gladys Settle, Stefani Slefanovich, Dolores Smith, Robert Stockton. Third Row: Richard Frazer, Marian Hurley, Don Frink, Marian Johnston, William Galloway, ,loan Kittrell, Jack Haines, Shirley Kreis. Jack Hege, Captain Gail Mankedick, Captain James Rainey, Captain Delores Shumm, Maxine Rose, William Jenkins, Phyllis Lady, Glenn Kiplinger, Marjorie Lower. Robert Lawrence, Phyllis Ludlow, David Lennington. Fourth Row: Robert Brubeck, Sylvia Dan, Paul Callis, Margaret Gamage, Arthur Campbell, Janet Gormley, Richard Campbell, Clyde Cox, Captain Marilyn Cox, Captain Robert Highfield, Captain Anne Henshaw, Captain David McNay, Captain Elaine Huston, Robert Davis, Helen Grantham, Lawrence Dunnewold, Audrey Guy, Charles Erk, Joy Belle Houghland, Robert Fleck. Fifth Row: Paul Askren, Phyllis Ann Baumgart, Windon Barlow, Mary Ann Brimberry, Theodore Baxter, Phyllis Carter, James Benz. Billy Billiu, Captain Martha Aueh, Captain Jerry Baur, Captain Judith Bayse, Captain Howard Crick, Captain Shirley Benson. Robert Book, Roberta Chapman, Donald Bowman, ,lean Colliver, James Branson, ,loan Colliver., George Brown. Top Row: H. H. Wlalter, Miss Julia ,lean Rowe, Charles C. Martin, founder, H. H. Anderson, principal, Robert Kryter, guest speaker, Miss Hilda Kreft, John M. W'hite. Senior highlights are the Joan Keller was elected May Queen at the 1947 senior spring party. -70- egwn, part , and pla Last year's seniors gave "6Cuckoos on the Hearth" for their class play. 1948 SENIOR PLAY CAST-Seated Cleft lo rightl: Nancy Lou Osborne. Jerry Baur, Julianne Cook, Lawrence Church. Standing: Robert Brubeck. lloward Crick, Marjorie Hulse, Delores Shumm, Robert Weaver, James Davidson. Janet Gormley was the student director with Mr. Gaylord Allen, director, for the '48 play. ,Sr W J- II . ' I Each sponsor room elects its own o cers I W1 Sponsor Room Q JERRY J. BAUR MARY ANN BRIMBERRY PHYLLIS A.BAUMGART I JAMES A. BENZ ROBERT E. BRUBECK MISS MONA WOODWARD Prefidem Vice-President Secrefu Treasurer Sergeam-at-arms Spqmoy i V Y , Sponsor Room I I I I JAMES T. DAVIDSON D. CAROLYN CARTER HOWARD G. cmcx JAEQUELINE G. DALE JOHN' W. cunn 'MISSJERANCES KINSLEY Presiduri Vice-President Secrziary Trululer Sergeanl-at-alms Spgmoy Sponsor Room I I 1 ROBERT W. FLECK T. ANNE HENSHAW B. JJEAN HOCKETT DONALD G. HOLSTEIN ROBERT E. HIGHFIELD MISS LEUNICE HORNE . President Vice-Preuidan! Secyeury Ireuurer S"SNf'I'0I'5'm5 Y Sponsor ,,AA-, W K I Sponsor I Room I I I I I I P KURT G. KRUSE MARIAN JOHNSTON M. ELAINE HUSTON GLENN F. KIRLINGER DAVID M. LENNINGTON ' MISS ALTA WELCH Sponsor l Room GERALD L. MARTZ PATRICIA J. MEYER FRED J. MONZEL M. JEAN RAY BARBARA H. POWELL MISS MARGARET AXTELL V Prenidznl Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Se"JUm'5I'5'm' SPOM9' I , , , , , W, , , ,, ,, . . . -,T I H. DONALD REYNOLDS MAXINE E. ROSE DELORES J. SHUMM CHRIS C. SCURES STEFAN P. STEFANOVICH MISS IRENE RHODES Treasurer Sergeant-at-arms Spgmgy 1? ROBERT A. WEAVER MISS LOIS SINK JAMES WHITE PHYLLIS A. WILSON RICHARD E. THORNBURG GLORIA JANE WALTER P""'d"" V"2'P""d"1I Seevemy Treaxurwzr Swavwl-al-Mmm Spunm, There are 893 in our senior class Q.. 5' Y SUSAN E. ABRAHAM BETTY JOAN ADAIR ROBERT B. ADAMS JANICE J. ADDINGTON L. ARTIST AEGERTER JERRY E. AGNEW JACK W. ALDRIDGE ' ROBERT E. ALEXANDER DOROTHEA M. ALLEN J. HAROLD ALLEN KENNETH R. ALLEN BETTY J. AMON In BETTZWLOLIA-ANDERSON JACK L. ANDERSON JOHN P. ANDRES MARIAN R. ANNIS CAROL J. ARMSTRONG KENNETH R. ARNOLD -73- Sponsor Room Sponsor Room ROY R. ARNOLD JR. DOUGLAS E. ARVIDSON JOSEPH E. ASHBY PAUL S. ASKREN JAMES W. ATKERSON MARTHA L. AUCH R 0 R, C X S RN N N R Rf 'C s- ix? , fzfflzfiff . X 1 gg- ...kb . 1 f 7, N EDNA C, AYRES COLEEN J. BADGLEY in- 'xv' M R. -A RK - IE ,-fa C, L I WILLIAM S. BAIN A. DAVID BAKER RUTH K. BALES L. KATHRYN BALL JPN JEWELL M. BANDY E. CHARLES BANNON HAROLD J, BARBEE HUGH BARCLAY RALPH E. BARE FLOYD L. BARKER 'Gia C. WLNDOM RARLQW FRANCES LAVONNE BARNETT CHARLES C. BARRON FRED F. RAW DOLORES M BAUDENDISTEL DONNA R. BAXLEY , A '- 1 1 . f 4' ' '.,. . at 'I TED C. BAXTER M. Jumm RAYSC RLCHARDL. BEAMAN PEGGY J. eeANaLossoM CHARLES E. BEATTY JIMMY M. REAUCHAM I PLANNING FOR THEIR PARENTS' RECEPTION ARE SEVEN SENIORS. ,hx NANCY L. BEAUMONT RICHARD v. BENNEW SHIRLEY ANN BENSON v. IRENE BENSON - 74 - .V '42 IP! 114 SUE ANN BENZIE BILLY B. BILLIU PATRICIA ANN BISE DAVID L. BLACK CLASS DAY COMMITTEE MEMBERS POSE IN A LESS BUSY MOMENT, GI- 8- Iif JOHN ARTHUR BLACK MARGARET A. BLOCKSOM WILLIAM C. BOHN ALICE M. BOLES JEANNINE B. BOLES EDNA JEAN BOLLY Q8 ROBERT M BOOK AUDREY MAE BOOTH JOAN L BORROR BARBARA ANN BOTERME JOYCE A. BOTTOMS NANCY ANN BOVARD """t' V "":1'nv ' :nf . . 3-1giw,,. Ig . Y- 'V .5v-5,45 f. F. ge-4 ini. J 'w.f.' f' iff .ff I , wi ' 2 QL: ' N :I N 'I t rffff r XQIIIIII Q I f X C Q 5 . XX III xx Q WN DONALD E. BOWMAN ALMA J. BOYD SUZANNE BOYER PATRICIA A. BOYLAN GRIFFITH B, BRACKETT RALPH O. BRADFORD IR. Jul Y -1 i I BETTY J. BRADLEY PATRICIA 1. BRADSHAW R. JAMES BRANSON JAMES E. BRENNAN JACOUELINE ANN BROCK CAROL J. BROCKEY JAMES B. BROCKEY DONALD J. BROOKS BARBARA A. BROWN GEORGE R. BROWN JAMES S. BROWN NORA IRENE BROWN -75- URMAN E. BROWN MARVIN I. BROZ PAUL JAMES BRUNTON FRANK L. BRYAN WILLIAM E. BRYANT I NV-IELIAM G. BRYANT' 2 BEVERLY M. BRYSON DONALD F. BUCKSOT MARGARET A. BUCY MARGUERITE A. BUDRECK DONALD C BULTHAUP BETTY M. BUNCH cs. JAMESLBURNS RICHARD D. BURNS RAY H. BURNWORTH DAVID v. RURRIS JESSE M, BUTCHER BARBARA L- BUTLER , i' I LAVONNE M. BUTLER ROBERT L. BUTLER ROBERT W. BYERS CHARLES W. CADY M. PATRICIA CALLAI-IAN RICHARD M. CALLAHAN ' 1 PAUL W. CALLIS ARTHUR B. CAMPBELL RICHARD D. CAMPBELL JAMES K. CARPENTER V WILLIAM O. CARPENTER. C. MICHAEL CARR I WALTER R. CARR DEO T. CARTER PHYLLIS K. CARTER JOSEPH T. CAVE . BEVERLY ANN CECIL 1 MARGIE E. CERMAK 1 'F' Lf' BARBARA J. CHANCE ROBERTA J. CHAPMAN KEITH E. CHRISMAN LAWRENCE H. CHURCH GEORGE M. CIRRINCIONE CHARLES E CLARK fe A4 if . 55 ' I - .ij . "':' .pri ' , A ' fi' . liu Q . .f. A I ' I I-' IX I' I I 3' A N 2 ff - ' I X I A I xx DONALD R. CLARK DOUGLAS W CLARK FRANK R. CLARK MARY L. CLARK JOSEPH B CLEMANS JR. DONALD F CLEMENTS r .L-E 1 if IL W' 13. W 'R 'E-.Xx M. JOAN COLLIVER -5 ,'-.-.'. .1 . Q, MARTHA E. cosa NELSON E. COCHRANE JOHNNY L. com RICHARD D. comm E JEAN comveez 6- 4 5 ? FF Q I LESTER S. COMBS JOHN O. CONGER GLENNA L. CONNAWAY JULIANNE COOK PATRICIA I. COOK THOMAS H. COOK A 3. CHARLES E. COOPER FRANK A. COOPER IR. JOHN F. COOPER DON L. CORAM WILLIAM M. CORBETT BARBARA j. CORBIN RICHARD P. CORBIN ROBERT H. COREY' ANN E. CORLISS THOMAS E. COVINGTON CLYDE H. COX JR. M. JOAN COX DANNY R CRAGO KENNETH E. CRAIG ROSALIE CRAIG JOHN F. CRANE 'WS CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE CONSTITUTES SENIOR CONSTITUTION. R. EUGENE CRAYS LULA M. CRICK HOWARD L. CRISWELL MARLENE CROOKE GLENN R. CROUCH LEONARD H. CRUMP ARTHUR F. CULMANN ROBERT E. CUNNINGHAM KATHERINE DAILEY SYLVIA DAN A. CLYDE DARLING VIVIAN .LDAVIDSON DONNA L. DAVIS JAMES A. DAVIS PAUL A. DAVIS ROBERT L. DAVIS W H ,KW , , 2 7, LEON R. DEAKYNE MARCIA A. DEERE ANN MARIE DEEVER ERNEST DE FABIS DELTON G. DEMAREE IACK DEMOSS GEORGE DERVENIS RUTHANNE DEUSER CARL E. DE WEESE SHIRLEY DICKERSON PATRICIA DICKMAN HAROLD E, DIMICK hw, ANITA JO DOAK BETTY LOU DOBBS LEO E. DOCKTOR - DONALD E DOOLEY ymy A DQWDEN MABLE 5 DREES is iw-muh . L fi I' p 1 . f. RICHARD D. DREIER MARY E. DUFFY ALICE L. DUGAN JAMES A. DUKE RUSSELL C DUKE PAUL A DUMAS GORDON S. DUNN LAWRENCE DUNNEWOLD BETTY H, DYE LORRAINE A. DYSON NORMA I. EADS WILLIAM O. EASTERDA RICHARD E, EASTON EDWARD J. EATON DONALD E. EDWARDS NORMA J. EGGLETON BETTY JEAN ELLIOTT DONALD W ELLIOTT ELIZABETH J. ELLIOTT WILLIAM C. ELLIOTT MOSES A. ELLISON NORMA P. ELLISON JAMES H. EMGE BETTY A. EMMEL DAVID H. EMRICK JOE G. ENDICOTT rfmlxn r'rxLnn1-1-rr ru:-nn Avr- I-rpnrsn nnnnfxnr- MARION F, ENGLAND CHARLES E. ERK NANCY A. ETTINGER E. IMOGENE EVANS STANLEY P. EVERHART DAVID C. FAHEY HAROLD R. FANCHER PAUL V. FARIS MARILYN N. FARSON FRANCIS FEIST ELIZABETH L. FELD BETTY L. FERGUS FREDERICK A. FETTA GEORGE D. FISHER NONA JEAN FISHER j. PATRICK FITZGERALD WALTER D. FITZGERALD ROSEMARY FLYNN ROY P. FOERSTER WILLIAM E. FOREMAN MARGARET ANNE FOSTER DONNA L. FOUTS CHARLES E. FOWLER LUCY LEE FRAIM t RICHARD M. FRAZER JANET R. FREEMAN BETTY LOU FRICK DONALD A. FRINK JUDITH A. FRINK M. JANE FRUITS BARBARA J. GABBERT WILLIAM C. GALLOWAY ELECTED BY THEIR CLASSMATES, THE SENIOR couNcnL I. ww' H . MARGARET L. GAMAGE BETTY L. GARDNER ROBERT A. GARTNER ROBERT F. GATTO EDWARD A. GAYNOR CARL B. GENRICH WILLIAM A. GERLACH HAROLD F. GIBSON 'MARY IRENE GOODWIN JANET L. GORMLEY V6 ME- 2' MARCIA J. GIDDENS MARY ANN GIERKE MARILYN L. GILASPY PATRICIA A. GILLEN e JIS, ROBERT G. GOSSMAN GERALD F. GOWAN ROBERT H. GRABHORN JAMES E, GRAHAM HELEN M, GRANTHAM VELMA J. GRATNER HOWARD A. GRAVES JOAN B. GRAVES RALPH W. GRAY WILLIAM L. GRAY w 'WH ANDERSONS OFFICE TO DISCUSS CURRENT SENIOR EVENTS, CLARA L. GREEN PAUL F. GREENE CAROL A. GRIFFEY MARILYN J. GRIFFIS 5 If fd Q mmf' . JERRY D. GUNDERMAN WALTER H. GUNNEMAN MARY L. GUNYON AUDREY L. GUY .,. 81 L- Qi .. . W, . .J JACK L. HAINES BILLY R. HALE BETTY .IO HALL CHARLES N. HALL NORMAN C. HAMPTON LEO M. HANCOCK 1 I3 ,-T L. KENT HAND PATSY R. HANLON MARY L. HANSON EMMA H. HANTZIS JACK L. HARDY NORMA J. HARGETT -- I f 3 45. 5' . 150 at Jug' GEORGE 3. HARPER GLENN A. HARPER INGLE R. HARRIS ROBERT I-I. HARRISON ROSE ANN HART G. IMOGENE HARTING I' if A 1 If R WILLIAM R. HASTINGS CHARLES L. HATFIELD DONALD J. HAVERSTICK ELDON W. HAWKINS KEITH A. HAYS NORMA JEAN HEBER ff 4 V' ,g ff . A -ff ' -,Q R R -- u?r ,Jw 1 1"i35i M ' 'I v 224 ? 12 132594 , ffl? . I 24 f if 1 ' ,sw f R. . W' f g. f 'S , JACK ALLEN HEGE BARBARA HEISTERKAMP DONALD R. HEMBREE FLORENCE E. HENDERSON JACK L. HENDERSON CHRISTINE HENDRICKSEN M. KATHLEEN HENSLEY ROBERT L. HENSLEY LOUIS A, HERRING SHIRLEY J. HEWITT PHYLLIS J. HICKS BASIL v. HIGHT .. 82 .- 136 'li' 'Q- CECIL J. HILL JR. ROBERT E. HILL DAVID L. HILLIGOSS DOROTHY M. HILLIGOSS PATRICIA J. HILT M. FRANCES HITCH 6 1 . ff ? if 5 . rf, IITQXQQARA 1. HIXON G, LONE H0399 JOANN HOFFMANN DOROTHY A. HOGAN R. JEAN HOGAN WILLIAM L. HOLDER PAUL D. HOLLOWAY PATRICIA A. HON CHARLES R. HONAKER JOHN P. HOOVER MARTHA A. HOOVER THEODORE E HOPKINS 'Y A MILDRED I. HORN RALPH E. HORNEY JOANN HOSTETLER JOY BELLE HOUGHLAND JOY A. HOUSTON VIRGINIA L. HOWALD IV li' BETTY JEAN HUFFER JOANN D. HUFFMAN EDWARD E. HUGGLER VIRGINIA M. HIJGGLER WANETA J. HULL MARJORIE J. HULSE LAURA L. HUNDLEY 4 JAMES H. HUNTER MARIAN HURLEY THOMAS V. HYATT ROBERT L. IMEL RUSSEL S. INGLE k EVELYN L. ISLEY GERALDINE JACKSON 'JOY I. JACKSON KENNETH V. JACKSON AND GOWN COMMITTEE LEAVES ARSENAL AFTER A MEETING, PAUL R. JACKSON PHYLLIS V. JACKSON CARL N. JACOBS CLAYTON R. JACOBS TOM JANNETIDES OLVENA J. JARRETT ROSEMARY JEFFRIES IMOGENE L. JELF ELMORE JENKINS VIRGINIA L. JENKINS R E. WILLIAM J. JENKINS RAYMOND L. JENSEN DONALD L. JOHNSON DIXIE C. JOHNSTON P. CHRISTINE JONES GRACE B. JONES MARY JONES NORMAN R. JONES WILLIAM W. JONES DONALD F. JULIAN JOHN B. KANE JAMES H. KEHRER 9 I ROBERT L. KENDALL MARGARET E. KENDREW LURILLA A. KENNEDY LYLE J. KENNEDY MILDRED J. KENNEDY PEGGY J. KENNEDY C RAYMOND KENNEDY RUSSELL L KENNEDY BERTHA C KENYON JOHN A KENYON JACK A, KIDD DOROTHY M KING GORDON D, KING DONALD M, KINGSTON PATRICK S, KINNEY CARL R KIRSCHNER ESTHER M KNOOP DOROTHY KOLLMANN 'N 'C' NAOMIJ KRAFT SHIRLEYJ Kam PI-IYLLIS A LADY RAYMOND S LAKIN CANCER SOCIETY THANKS SACRIFICE DAY COMMITTEE BY LETTER. K- M4 A. l v. hiv , ., T :-C 71 -- DONALD E, LAMB M JAMES LANAI-IAN JOHN J LAWYER MARJORIE M LAYTON JOAN KITTRELL CHARLES H KLASING 45 mf 'T' PATRICIA H KROME MARGIE A KUI-IN D. JEAN LAWLIS ROBERT E LAWRENCE ' W ROBERT LEE JACOUELINE A. LEEDS GEORGE L. LENTZ . JAMES C. LEONTIADES DORIS E. LEVINGSTON MERLE E. LEWIS N. JANICE LIDDIL DOLORES A. LIESE JOHN R. LINDLEY MARJORIE LOU LINEBACK ELIZABETH LINGENFELTER DOI-CRES A- LOBRAICO S DON E. LOGAN CHASTINE E. LOHMAN MARY E. LOOP C. DAVID LOUDENBACK JOYCE M. LOVELL JACK L. LOWE ' WH' 't ,nf .Afqf... . JAMES H. LOWE PAUL E. LOWE MARJORIE A. LOWER P. JOAN LOWES L. KEITH LOYD GENE LUDLOW mf I PHYLLIS J. LUDLOW RICHARD J LUDLOW C. RICHARD LUTHE GLORIA A. LYDAY CHARLES F. LYNAM CLIFFORD C. LYNG 1 - ? iv I In f I .9 I HARRIET F. LYONS JOHN B. LYTLE MILDRED A. MCANANY GERALD R. MCCARREL FLORA L, MCCAULEY M. JOAN MCCLURE I 2 MARY ANN McCOMB BETTY J. MECOMMON DEMA C. MCCONNELL CLYDE E. MCCORD SARA JANE McCORKLE LEAJEAN H. MCDONALD L. LUCILLE MCELFRESH CLIFFORD A. MCMAHAN PATRICIA ANN MALOTT ROBERT E MATOUK BEATRIZ MENDEZ WILLIAM N. METCALF DAVID J. MCGARR STANLEY G. MEGILL WILLIAM F, MCGINNIS RUTH I. MCINTIRE ROBERT I. MQKINNEY DAVID E. MCNAY PATRICIA A. MADISON SUZANNE MAGENNIS DANIEL M MAHOLM MYRA A MAI-IRLING GAIL I MANKEDICK ELIZABETH A MAPEL CLAUDE E MARLEY DONALD C MARTIN MILDRED E MARTIN ROSEMARY L MATTINGLY GORDON 8, MAXWELL BETTY IEAN MAYNARD ROBERT C. MAYNARD RUTH A MEEI-IAN Nl i 1 "" .,', I , ,gr Q53 4:9 is H hi N R ,, 'D' 1 -,I V xx X L11 X A X X JOHN F. MENONNA HOINARD C. MEREDITI-I BEATRICE L MERRICK MARY ANN MERRIMAN RICHARD F MERTZ ,L 35 , ' ERNEST H. MEYER GENE E. MEYER ERNST H, MICHELIS ROSE LEE MILES CAROL E MILLER -37- .ll LETEMA B. MILLER TI-IELMA MAY MILLER WILLIAM L, MILLER IRENE MILNER BETTY L. MITCHELL ROSEMARY MOHR CAROL F. MOIR ARLINE MONTGOMERY CHARLES R. MONTGOMERY MARY LEE MOORE ROBERT L. MORGAN NELLIE P. MORIARITY BYRON D. MORRIS W E GLADYS I. MORRIS JACK E. MOSEY ROBERT R. MUCHO A WILLIAM F. MULLIS 5. ELLEN MUNDAY Ii PHYLLIS J. MURPHY ROBERT M. MURPHY LAWRENCE A. MURRAY EARL L. NAI-IRE GEORGE NAPARIU PATRICIA Es. NEELY E ' AARALI f '." I -i .-": 5 .. '--'E :""1:. FRANK W. NEU NORMAN T. NEWMAN MARILYN L. NIERRAND ROBERT A NIETEN EVELYN L. NOOE KATHERINE A. NORMAN SENIOR PLAY ' ORGANIZES PLANS FOR OF "DEAR RUTH. I ROBERT L. NORMAN ' EDITH E. NORMINGTON CHARLES E. ORERTHUR -83- ROBERT A OBRIEN MARION L ODELI- DONALD M OFFUTT SENIOR RED CROSS COMMITTEE DISCUSSES PROJECT PLANS. FRED L, OSTEWIG FORREST 6, PARSLEY F. CHARLENE PE ARSON MARK E. PETERS RICHARD L. PIEPER BETTY A. POSTON NANCY I. POTTS NINA D. PRATT THOMAS ,IOHN D. PRESTON DONALD L, PRICE PATRICIA L RANCK MARY A RANSDELL JAMES R. RAY BOB E READ ARTHUR LREAMS IACOUELINE L. REED KENNETH E REED PHYLLIS B REEDER DOLORES D REID FRANK C REID DIANNE REIFEIS PATSY R RENFRO I I I BETTY j. RENTCHLER CARL R. RESENER F, EVA REUSS JAMES C. REYNOLDS VIRGINIA ANN REYNOLDS WILODEAN RHODES .1901 FRANCES L. RHYNEARSON ROSE ELLA RIGGS ' RAY D. ROBERSON HAROLD L. ROGERS DOROTHEA P. ROSBER I I I I ILAM-EIARRIET E. mi ac , DAVID L. RICHARDSON DONALD R. RICHARDSON DORIS M. RICHARDSON ROSEMARY RIGGIN ROBERT A. RIGGS JOHN W. RIGSBEE CHARLOTTE E. RIKE LYDIA J. RINEHART WILLIAM E, RINEHART PAULINE F. RITTER sz. , PHYLLIS M. ROBERTS C. DAVID ROBINSON C. JOE ROBINSON HELEN SUE ROBINSON WILLIAM D. ROBISON JAMES N. ROGERS JOHN A. ROGERS FRANK S ROHRER J. HAROLD ROMACK DONALD R ROSBERG fn. 5 'RT G VEOLADA CROSS KATHRYN R. ROWLAND JAMES W. RUEGAMER A. EUGENE RIJESCH BARBARA L RUSIE ILOLLIN EARL SAGE YD95QTH'jf A. SAMA K- ELZIE s. SANDERS PATRICIA A. SANDERS JULIA E. SANDY yy , Z - . .. . ,.! 45:1 , 3 " R A: - . - .- , A25' ., ' 4' J ' Sf -r' ' .7 5, fa ov- -j . mn. 5 g ii In '1 ' 'H E . ' ' .M . . WILLIAM E. SARGENT G. JANE SAUTER CARL E. SCAER MAX R. SCHAFER CHARLES R. SCHARBROUGH RALPH F. SCHMIDT CORNELIA A. SCHMITT DONALD E. SCHROEDER ' STUDENTS AND PARENTS MEET WITH DIRECTORS IN STL BETTY L. SCHRUM JOHN R. SCHUCK ABBIE ANNE SCOTT ARMITT J. SCREES G. FELIX SCRUGGS DON HAROLD SEAL JAMES B. SEDBERRY JOSEPH E. SEITER MARY IO SELZER GLADYS E. SETTLE LOIS A. SEWARD CHRISTINE SHANEFF RICHARD SHELLENBERGER JOHN E. SHELTON MARJORIE N. SHELTON PATSY IEANE SHELTON G. ROBERT SHIELDS SUZANNE SHIRLEY ' r L ALICE M. SHOCKLEY SHARON D. SHOWALTER E. CHRISTINE SHRUM MILDRED A. SICKLE ' ROBERT E. SILVEY RICHARD LEE SIMMONS , ., . .. . . . , . , .. - J 5 I WILLIAM A SIMMONS OHN L. SIMS DONALD E. SKAGGS HERMAN F. SKELTON ir 'WC' FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS. MONTGOMERY R. SKINNER DOROTHY J. SKIRVIN GEORGE G. SKOULAS JOAN D SMALL f f Z2 ' f Rafal' I' : f ,,,, H ,J . .. I i f: I . K If 2 A S QSM-., . zz-+ A . , wg? X. ,, 1 '11, ' I 2 . X ALBERT E. SMITH CHARLES E. SMITH CHARLOTTE MAY SMITH V. DELMONTE SMITH DOLORES SMITH DONALD L SMITH Nw. , , 'fy 5 f IS- . .. . - 1 ' ix wg I A , Vw Sf W 4 lpmff S I , 1 sg' W V7 f w yi sy ,E f ,J ! I I ...S ., A,,.. gg C Je, xx Q A 1. , IM 3' NIJ Q91 3. A L if I X . ,J I LAWRENCE E. SMITH OPAL MAE SMITH RICHARD L. SMITH RICHARD P. SMITH CHARLES C. SMOCK JOAN SNEAD .., ' .LL ...LL ,. . ALBERT R. SNIDER KENNETH SNYDER RICHARD F. SOMMER DORIS A SOUTHERTON NORMA DEANE SPARKS JUANITA M SPITZER A PAUL H- SPRAGUE WILLIAM R. SPRAY CHARLES E. SPRINGER BARBARA J. STADER JACK W. STADER DORIS B. STAFFORD H' 93 - Q ' ,f 12 if MARY LOU STAHL MITA STALETOVICH ELIZABETH A. STALL S. RAUSCH STAMP D, JEAN STANTON PATRICIA ANN STARK BARBARA JOAN STARKBY BARBARA J. STEELE GENEVA ANN STEINMEIER DOROTHY M. STEINMBTZ GUILFORD B, STEPHENS PAuLEQ'EfEVBNs VIRGINIA L. STEWART ROBERT L. STOCKTON JAMES L. STORM RUTH M. STOVER B, JOAN STULI.. BARBARA J, STYERS MARGIE E. SUESZ LAWRENCE E. SULLIVAN CAROLYN j. SUMMA DOROTHY SURCHEVICH .BEVERLY M. SUTTON IVA JEAN SUTTON LAVONNE A. SWINNEY CHARLES L. TAFFLINGER F. MARIE TANSY L. MARILYN TAYLOR M. CARLEEN TAYLOR MAXINE J. TAYLOR VERA M. TAYLOR RICHARD F. TERWILLIGER RUTH M. THALMAN CHERIE LOU THATCHER DAVID A. THOMAS RICHARD L. THOMAS -94- WILLIAM E. THOMAS CHARLES B. THOMPSON EDWARD H. THOMPSON JOAN R. THOMPSON MILTON W. THOMPSON RAYMOND L. THOMPSO I ROBERT E. THORNBURGH I EARL F. THROM MARTHA JO THURSTON JOHN B. TIBBETS CLARENCE E. TILLEY HELEN L. TODD 6-f W PHYLLIS ANNE TODD SHIRLEY A. TOOLEY CHARLES E. TOUCHETTE JAMES A. TOWNER WANDA F. TOWNER A. LOUISE TRACY P. DAVID TRAINOR JAMES J. TREMAIN CHARLENE V. TRIBBY NELDA JOAN TRITCH CAROL J. TRUEX RICHARD N. TRUEX LAWRENCE E. TUCKER JACK D. TUNIS JO ANN TURNER SHIRLEY A. TURNER JO ELLEN TWEDDELL RICHARD L. ULREY I WILLIAM L UNDERWOOD STANLEY H. UPDLKE THOMAS N. VAHLE H. ALLEN vlNsoN LUTHER 0. WADE Duxnz JEAN WAGER .. 95 - HOWARD B. WALD ALBERT L. WALDEN CHLORINE M. WEBB DONALD E. WALKER HAL W. WALKER DOROTHY E. WARD N. DALE WATSON RICHARD J, WEBB RICHARD A. WEBER MARILYN LOU WEBSTER MARILYNN L. WEBSTER ARTHUR B. WELSHHANS JR VIRGINIA R. WELCHONS V. MARGUERITE WERNER 'LL JAMES E. WESTFALL DONALD P. WETZEL JEANNETTE M. WEYRETER PHYLLIS ANN WHETSTINE DORIS M. WHICKER MARK B. WHITACRE W. EUGENE WHITCOMB E. LESLIE WHITE WILLIAM W. WHITE D. URSULA WICKEMEYER SENIOR PICTURE COMMITTEE LOOKS OVER RESULTS OF ITS WORK. 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ETTINGER LOREN D. EVERTS SARAH L. HANCOCK JAMES J. HANLEY WILLIAM D. HASEWINKLE PAUL HIGDON ln I J ROBERT C. IRWIN MARY KATE ISLER JOSEPH E. KEARNS CHARLES W. KELLER WILMA JEAN KLEFKER C. WAYNE LAMBERT 4 M GEORGE E. MCCREARY SARAMAE MARER ALFORD H. MEYER EVE MISHAS JAMES D. MOORE SHIRLEY E. NEWANS ' W! DEWEY PAGE H. RUTH PLUMB THOMAS D. POWERS R. PALILINE PRICE NOBLE A. ROOT THOMAS D. ROSS I 5. I If ' I I w, I 56 I PATRICK N. RYAN MARY E. STAFFORD LINA I. STOCKWELL WILLIAIQI I2. STURM ALLEN If. SUTHERLAND IRMAILSWHEAII--I -98- 'X 573' YF: ' Q fe V, N BETTY A. TAYLOR DONALD R, THARP JAMES J. TIPPEY THEODORE E. WALLACE BETTY L. WARREN MARY L. WHITSIT , 'W- 'xf' 'Z Z , JOYCE WOODARD W' Geography class members enjoy a Wfour the Worl1l." Child Care has its own S'Baby Sitter's"' library. Girls practice for better posture in the new posture class Sponsor rooms packed overseas gift boxes of the Physical Education department. during the junior Red Cross Drive. QA A Agriculture Club ..... . 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TEUIILIN SAYS-- Y S Support These lYorthy Causes: V 11 American Red Cross 11 Junior Red Cross 11 Cancer Fund 11 Tuberculosis Christmas Seals 11 Infantile Paralysis Easter Seals 11 Community Fund If Penny Ice Fund 11 Mile of Dimes Fund 11 Clothe a Child Fund 11 Save the Shades Drive Techlin believes in investing his money in United States Security Bonds ,Bon are nom taceo with the most important oecision of pour Iifezcboosincg a career. igefore you make pour final choice, it tuoulo pap you to look into the monoerful opportunities that are before you in the Tlalniteo States Qrtnp ano Uliniteo Svtates Qir force Recruiting Station -H6 Jfecieral ilsuiloing Zinoianapolis, linoiana QIIICIOI Photographers CIGSS QI 'I948 IN DIVI DUAL PCDIQTIEAITS BY Dexheimer-Corlon INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 1 .,,- Y V ,, 1 '12 W f A W iff! if W0 Deliver ,,,4., NWV Cfwffy 26?-f I in L Ifh l!" f ba, A P11 M , W 'WJ .. .f A ,....v-,.,..,, ,Y ,. -' mm... , ,Nm ,. ,,.V,,...,.,,...,-... ,, 502 Highland Avenue, Highland at Michigan, Indianapolis FREUNIVS PIIARMAUY, INC. FOR A "SUPER,' ,gf WEENIE ROAST if COKE PARTY ig, PICNIC OUTING INSIST ON QYOUR OLD FAVORITE WIENERS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN A NEW POUND PACKAGE S Skinless Wieners WIIH' A THIHLLY ACQRSAGEBY WMS I f.5T.l595"' isis-"' gl A ,, ,. 21101 W NN :I S l I 1'- ll.-8Il - Every Laundry Service - Expert Rug Cleaning 2901 East Washington Street Sanitone Dry Cleaning Member ot American Institute ot Laundering Senior Class Rings and Pins by . . . Charles B. Dyer Co., Inc Club Pins and Scholastic Awards Trophies and Medals Special Graduation Gifts 234 Massachusetts Ave. Llncoln 5734 Bonnie and Chuclc agree that "Mom lcnows best!" "Say, Bonnie, these sandwiches are toosl Who made lem?" "Why, Chuck, l didl Mom says, 'Kinganls hrand ot cold meats is the hest.'yl4new you'd like 'emItoo, --so, l raided the ice box this a. ml Cphoto of Bonnie Ellyson and Charles Billiu in lech's cateterial And the next tinle that . , , you haw a party or go picnicking insist on . . . Kingan K Co.--Indianapolis, Indiana ' MRS. ROSS AND HER CAFETERIA STAFF KNGW TI-TAT HGood Food lVleans Good l-lealtlil' We Say: -- Tecli pupils are lortunate in liaving a caleteria tlwat serves excellent lood. Koelwlers Cater To if Restaurants wk l'lotels ir Factories if Scliools 'k Cliurclies lndiana's largest wliolesale distributors ol complete lood supplies to restaurants, etc. Also distriputors lor General Eoodsl Call Cl-I. 8600 KCDEHLERS SUPER MARKET EAST TENTH and KEYSTONE I' """""""""' 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SPECIALIZED PLANNING AND ENGRAVING SERVICE FOR YEARBOOK STAFFS . .. I. ......-. ...-....... .I !f,f ff' 1 N-N, N 4 TK v .,, 6'- If ,,. ,K -XM-1 NMLs:..Lx A A -X ' ,fX , ' X :xg Z , 'un .. .2 le:z2rfilllli!l!!f f.gsl2?5i!l"' , if- I X Sf NN-AX A A -" 'X fl' e ' ff" ' ' fe . X X in f l i , +4 ' is ,nuff ' ,. 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