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Page 12 text:
RIPPLITES OF 1936-37 ROW ONE— Left to Right: Clara June Bosson, Jane Brown, Mary Ann Blessing, Betty J ane Applegate, Robert Allen, Howard Anderson, Helen Brown, Ruby Blanton, Lydia Bate, Helena Armantrout. ROW TWO— Dorothy Arnold, Dolores Adams, Berneice Barnett, Virginia Barnard, Ida Mae Bradshaw, Helen Arnold, Dorothy Brock, Helen Bowen, Gladys Anoskey, Harriet Bray, Harry Bate. ROW THREE— William Ashley, Jim Broucher, Ralph Anderson, Virginia Brown, Catherine Blackwell, Maxine Blake, Mary Billhymer, Elise Bishop, Helen Armantrout, Jean Brooks, Henri- etta Brown, Hugh Bradshaw. ROW FOUR— Jay Boyer, Woodrow Allen, Ray Baldwin, Merton Brooks, William Bowen, Marie Adkins, Bill Bowling, Quentin Biddinger, Frank Bailey, William Angell. ROW ONE— Left to Right: Margaret Chamber- lin, Donald Cherry, Alex Christ, Billy Caldwell, William Clark, Frank Cooper, Thelma Courtot, Betty Coyle, William Cuddy, Richard Butsch. ROW TWO— Joe Doser, Howard Davis, Marion Carter, Willifred Burrows, Betty Jean Davis, Dor- othy Cuddy, Helen Craig, Louise Clark, Kathleen Burrows, Martha Cravens, Dorothy Danforth, Nellie Lee Burns, Elisabeth Drake. ROW THREE — Barbara Cline, Frances Coogan, Thelma Claffey, Sarah Crooks, Mildred Crimans, Martha Butler, Margaret Cooper, Josephine Car- son, Marion Chapman, Loretta Campbell, George Christina. ROW FOUR — Joe Dawson, George Cornelius, Clifford Burger, William Dodd, Floyd Curtis, Charles Garpenter, Reid Chapman, Henry Day, Robert Dodd, Robert Dawson, William Butler, Charles Butler. ROW ONE— Left to Right: Earl Flack, Harry Dun- can, Earl Gray, Eugene Edwards, James Giles, Victor Dunn, Jack Gleichman, Ernest Fischer, Ray- mond Featherston. ROW TWO— Sam Dungan, Halford Endly, Roy Gillum, Eugene Foxworthy, Rosemary Elliott, Doris Greek, Fern Earl, Joan Ernst, Max Faucett, Mary Ann Deupree, Betty Firestone, William Gleichman. ROW THREE— Ray Durham, Arthur Gemmer, Pa- tricia George, Dorothy Fisher, Nancy French, Rosemary Green, Irene Elliott, Nina Ruth Grable, Dorothy Dittlinger, Jeanne Gass. ROW FOUR— William Fuller, Jack Golden, Jack Grider, William Deupree, Jack George, Rader Golay, Ros Gater, Richard Dunwoody, Robert Frost, Lawrence Duggins, Robert Goff. ROW ONE— Left to Right: Stanley Hornbeck, Wil- lard Henderson, Robert Hunter, Buddy Mills, Wil- liam Hacker, Don Herther, Harrie Harold, Robert Hindman, Kenneth Harvey. ROW TWO — Lavena Hartman, Leora Hess, Laur- ella Heath, Thelma Hoover, Mabel Hunter, Clara Hughey, Lawrence Hook, Thomas Hindman, Glenn Hart, William Jackson, Mary Jane Harri- son. ROW THREE— David Hyde, Marjorie Harlan, Doris Haupt, Pauline Hutzler, Phyllis Hyde, Re- becca Irwin, Mary Hunt, Virginia Hartman, Eve- lyn Hawkins, Elnora Irwin, Mary Irwin, Dora Hanna, Mary Ann Jackson. ROW FOUR— Robert Haupt, Thomas Herrin, Wil- liam Isley, Charles Ingles, Robert Herrin, Marion Hessler, Warren Grimme, Harley Hornbeck, Glenn Hunt, Jim Herrmann. ROW ONE— Left to Right: Ralph Jordan, Ross Jar- rett, Ernest Knipe, Turner Jones, Herbert Jourdan, Robert Kester, Walter Johnson, William Laycock, Evelyn Lynn. ROW TWO— Richard McCord, Louise Klitch, Alice Jourdan, Dorothy Jansen, Kathleen McClintic, Lenora Lowe, Betty McGhehey, Doris Jones, Mollie Litvak, Patricia Jessup, Betty Jane King. ROW THREE— Rose Mary McCormick, Dorothy McCleaster, Mary Louise McClain, Cora F. Key, Edith Mayhew, Bernice Kopp, Evelyn Jones, Ger- trude Kemper, Martha Kemp, Marjorie Lobraico, Doralice McKelvey. ROW FOUR— Charles Lowe, Darrell Jones, Fred Kurman, Robert Johnson, Dick Lochry, Jack Mc- Haffie, Jack McGhee, Ralph McCoy, Wallace McKelvey, Dale Jaynes, Robert Kelm.
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Nineteen Thirty-Seven Seven SENIOR ACTIVITY RECORD FRANCES ALLEN Orange Aid. PHYLLIS ARTHUR Orange Aid, Captain of gym team, Operetta, " Ripples of 1937, " Junior play. KENNETH BIDDINGER Music, Operettas. BETSY BOWEN Orange Aid, Editor of Annual, newspaper staff. LUCIA BURROWS Orange Aid president, tennis, gym, basketball, honor roll, sen- ior vice-president, annual staff, basketball award, Girl Reserves. WILLIAM BLYTHE Music. GEORGE CLARK Music, Latin Club, Lettermen, baseball, basketball, honor roll, basketball awards, Junior-Sen- ior treasurer. CARROL COMBS Lettermen, officer, basketball, student council, basketball award. ORVILLE CHILCOTE Lettermen, basketball, football, track, basketball and football awards, newspaper staff. ROBERT CONLY Band, chorus, newspaper staff, operettas. JACK CORK Lettermen, golf, tennis, football, all city football team, football award, operetta, senior play. DORAS CRANFILL Orange Aid, Junior vice-presi- dent, Senior play, Girl Reserves. MARTHA CUBERT Orange Aid, gym, basketball, speech play, athletic award. ETHEL CUMMINGS Orange Aid, basketball. VIRGINIA ELLIOTT Orange Aid, Girl Reserves, gym. MARGARET FEIST Orange Aid, basketball, ping- pong, commercial department honor ribbon. PHYLLIS FERGUSON Orange Aid, basketball, student council. JOSEPHINE FLACK Orange Aid, tennis, basketball. RICHARD FOXWORTHY Lettermen. football, basketball, track, tennis, awards in basket- ball and football. BARBARA GILMOUR Orange Aid, newspaper staff, chorus. RO BERT GLAUBKE Music, band, operetta, Senior play. HAROLD HAMILTON Lettermen, track, basketball, tennis, athletic awards, newspa- per staff. BETTY HARTZELL Music, basketball, senior play, honor roll, operetta, Golden Singers. ALBERT HERRMANN Journalism, art, Latin, Hi-Y, Sen- ior play, art editor, track award. TERESSA HERRMANN Latin club, Orange Aid, speech choir, botany award, honor roll. THOMAS HINES Latin Club, Hi-Y, journalism, tennis, honor roll, dramatics, senior play, annual staff. EDGAR HOY Lettermen, Hi-Y, music, football, track, football award, " Ripples of 1937, " operetta, Golden Sing- ers. HELEN JANSEN Orange Aid, basketball, honor roll, student council, annual staff, senior play, Girl Reserves. RALPH KELLY Lettermen, Hi-Y, basket ball, football, track, student council, honor roll, Five athletic awards, junior-senior president. WILMA KOPP Orange Aid, basketball, honor roll ribbon. DOUGLAS LEAMAN Hi-Y, track, yell leader. ADELE LOBRAICO Orange Aid, music, basketball, athletic award. MARGARET McANALLY Orange Aid, Girl Reserves, com- mercial work, basketball, ath- letic award, honor roll, senior play. HELEN McMAHAN Orange Aid, Latin Club, opera- etta, newspaper staff. VIRGINIA MENIKHEIM Orange Aid, Girl Reserves, bas- ketball, senior play, honor roll, medal for Constitution essay, head librarian. JOHN MEYERS Journalism, newspaper staff. EVELYN MOORHOUS Orange Aid, basketball, music award. MILDRED PECK Orange Aid, music, basketball, operetta. ROBERT PERKINS Lettermen, Hi-Y, Latin club, bas- ketball, golf, honor roll ribbons, basketball awards. WILLIAM PRYOR Latin, Lettermen, football, track awards. MARIE RAY Orange Aid, basketball. HELEN LOUISE RECTOR Orange Aid, music, operetta. FRANK REESE Lettermen, Latin club, Hi-Y, track — pole vault, basketball, tennis, student council, athletic awards, honor roll ribbon, " News Correspondent. " ARLENE RICH Orange Aid, Latin club, operet- ta, newspaper staff. JOSEPHINE RIDENOUR Orange Aid, Latin, basketball. ELOISE RISLEY Orange Aid, Latin, basketball. MAXINE ROBERTS Orange Aid secretary, Girl Re- serves treasurer, basketball, an- nual staff, honor roll awards, student council, Junior-Senior secretary, " Ripples of 1937. " (Continued on Page Twenty-Three)
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Nineteen Thirty-Seven Eleven SURVEY OF YEAR Fiftieth Anniversary On the evening of November 1 1 , city school officials, alumni, par- ents, former teachers, and friends paid tribute to the fifty years of Broad Ripple ' s service as a high school. Four of the class of ' 90 were present. Girls dressed in " costumes of the years " greeted the more than 500 visitors. In the receiving line were Principal Ammerman and Mrs. Ammerman, Ralph Kelly, president of the student council; Mrs. A. R. Chapman, president of the Parent-Teachers ' club; Mrs. Stella Richardson, an alumna and teacher; and Edgar Stahl, presi- dent of the alumni association and now teacher at Broad Ripple. English Two new courses have been included in the English course at Broad Ripple. An advanced com- position cl ass was organized in January with Miss Dauner as teacher. Students enrolling have attempted all forms of creative writing. The other new course is one in remedial reading for first year pu- pils, and is taught by Miss Carter. Virginia Menikheim won the school ' s contest, sponsored by the Hayward Barcus Post of the Am- erican Legion. The work of three students was accepted for publication. Poetry of Harless Wagoner and Marion Wilson was printed in the India- napolis Star and " The Scholastic, " and an interview by Ralph McCoy was used in " The Indiana High School Press Review. " The library has been in charge of Mrs. Stuart. Many books were given this year by Miss Winifred West, Miss Helen Jacoby, Mrs. W. W. Thornton, Mrs. Fred King, Mrs. George Edwards and Mr. E. S. Westervelt. Librarians were: Virginia Men- ikheim, Margaret McAnally, Vir- ginia Millis, Pollyanna Thomas, Juanita Robi nson, Phyllis Hyde, Virginia Brown, Jane Stettler, Lucia Burrows, Jeanne Gass, Mar- tha Cubert, Jeanne Smith, Irene Westervelt, Sarah Crooks, Dorothy Steck. Mathematics A change in the mathematics program went into effect last Jan- uary. All students entering high school are enrolled in general mathematics. The classes are then divided according to progress of the pupils. One class continues in general mathematics; the other takes more algebra. Increased interest is being shown in higher mathematics. This may be due to the plans of students to enter business fields, such as architectural design, busi- ness administration, and all kinds of engineering. History The United States history stu- dents have enjoyed for the past year the use of their weekly news- paper " The Weekly News Re- view. " During the political cam- paign months, recitations became quite heated over major problems of the day. Scrap books of cam- paign literature were kept. In the social studies classes, speakers from the Kiwanis Club spoke to pupils concerning var- ous occupations about which they wished to learn. Latin Students of Broad Ripple for the first time entered the state Latin contest, winning second place among the schools of Marion County. Pupils making best class records, thus earning the right to be the school representatives were: Rebecca Irwin, Frances O ' Con- ner, Jane Brown, Dick Minnick, Wayne Thompson and Thomas Wood were elected chief consuls, with Dick Minnick, Kenneth Tres- ser, Martha Kemp, Joe Dawson, Catherine Blackwell, Jane Brown, Phyllis Pennington, Murray Rudd, Tom Mitchell and Mildred Synder as assistants. Romance Language This department has increased in number of classes and number of enrolled students. A beginning French course was offered this last semester. Science During this past year students have enjoyed moving pictures presented in the school by the Chevrolet Motor Company. Mr. McGhehey anticipates the purchasing next year of a moving picture machine which will be available to all departments. There is also a plan for pictures to be developed in the school. The botany department has added equipment and has en- joyed many field trips. Art The art department held a con- test during Ripple Round-up. Rib- bon awards were made for first, second and third places. The beginning classes worked on seascapes and landscapes in chalk, made historical designs stressing color harmonies, and prepared the circus strips, six feet (Continued on Page 13)
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