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BROAD RIPPLE IS A FRIENDLY SCHOOL... Mr. Ammerman sets the pace for a friendly attitude at Broad Ripple with his cheerful greetings and his contagi- ous smile. Eleanor Hackemeyer, Orman McKinley, and Marilyn Earle (opposite page) stop to talk with him. Corridor m.onitors are at their posts to give directions to students and vis- itors. Sandra West is shown convers- ing with Bill Hollenbeck and Phil Hig- ley as she checks their corridor passes (top). The plaque in the background was presented by the Fathers ' Association in honor of graduates who gave their lives in World War II. At lunch time students find diversion from studies in the sociable atmosphere of the cafeteria (bottom). The Orange Aid with helpful big sis- ters, the Junior steering committee, and the Newcomers ' Club are organizations designed specifically to make the new student feel that he is an essential part of the school.
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BROAD RIPPLE IS A PLACE TO DEVELOP CULTURE . . . " A true sense of moral and spiritual values — the need of the hour, " says Mr. Ammerman of cultural training. In dra- matics classes (opposite page) pupils learn the fundamentals of stage work. While they are, learning, they read and enact plays for enjoyment. Students learn of the heritage and government of our nation through social studies courses. Here Mr. Willard Gam- bold ' s U. S. History class is discussing the Declaration of Independence (top). Art students (bottom) put the finishing touches on portraits of Ruth Farris. Painting, pencil work, oils, and novelty work are taken up in this class. Many other cultural opportunities are offered at Ripple. Among them are language and music. These courses are presented so that Ripplites may gain a better understanding of literature and the arts. 11
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