Crawfordsville High School - Athenian Yearbook (Crawfordsville, IN)
- Class of 1949
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We'll always remember 1948-1949. Remem-
ber . . . ? That was the year of the Berlin crisis
and the airlift into Germany: the year of
strained relations with Russia 5 the year Harry
Truman Won the Presidential election, despite
predictions ot a sweeping victory for Deweyg
the year that Chiang Kai-sl'1ek's government
in China gave way to the Communistsg the
year that a peace-time dratt was first used in
this countryg the year the B-50, Lucky Lady ll,
circled the globe on the first non-stop flightg
the year of controversy over Federal'Aid to
Education and the soldiers' bonus in Indiana.
lt Was a turbulent but Wonderful year!
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The things we'll always remember about
l948-l949 Weren't World-shaking. They took
place here in Crawfordsville High School.
We'll always remember the pep sessions . . .
the Way the six Weeks tests rolled around
soonerthan we eXpeded,...the nowe and
fun during noon recreation . . . the Wonderful
feeling after the basketball team beat Attica
. . . the solemn pageant at the Christmas
formal dance . . . the let-down feeling at the
sectional . . . the catchy tunes and gay colors
of the operetta . . . and the Warm feeling that
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T0 THOSE WHO PREPARE FOR IT.
Remember how We stood out in the Warm
autumn sunshine Waiting for the bell to let
us in? The boys always stood on one cor-
ner and the girls on another. After We
greeted all our locker partners and ex-
changed late gossip, We hurried to classes.
. , . ln shop class the boys learned to oper-
ate lathes, drill presses, and many other
machines that go to make up the school's
top-notch machine shop .... ln math class
we learned speed and accuracy, just what
We will need for any job in the future.
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WE BRUAIDEN UUR
The Hctrvest Hop was C1 tdll
otctivitv oi the Sunshine Society
otnd the ABC. lts success de-
pended greatly on C1 good bond,
d locctl tctlent show, cmd lots ot
iood .... The rnctlcefup cornrnit-
tee solved the problem oi nick-
ing high school students look
like shepherds and Wise men
of old .... ln Mechctnicdl Drotw-
ing cldss looys lectrned to drdw
plons for rndchine ports and
blueprints tor homes .... The
Driver Trdining course totught
students to drive sdiely gnd
Behind the scenes.
Q super at the Harvest Hop!
Yum, yum! The tood was
Future drattsmen at work. Q
Two Clutch pedals, two brake
pedals, and one steering Wheel,
HURIZONS IN STUDY ANI! PLAY
IT ISNQT ALI
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the print shop.
"Behold, there came wise
men from the East to leru-
salem." Matt. Zzl.
Dancing led in popularity
during the noon recreation
The privilege ot wearing and signing senior cords
was something We had looked forward to since the
seventh grade .... An impressive program in tableau
and song was presented by the Sunshine Society
and the Chorus just before the Christmas holidays.
. . . During the cold winter months the Student Coun-
cil sponsored the noon recreation program in the
auditorium. Dancing, ping pong, and shuttle board
made the noon hour most enjoyable.
WORK AND N0 PLAY AT C. H. S.
Look out! The chemists are
Line A-L forms on the lefty
line M-Z on the right.
ALL IN A DAY AT
The tirst day of school is al-
ways exciting. Seeing familiar
taces, and new ones, too, is lun.
Waiting in line, you may hear
such remarks as "l hope l have
Mr. X this year, He's so good-
loolcingu or "lt l don't have gym
sixth period, l'll . .
The long lolack tables, strange
smelling chemicals, and bal-
ance scales on each table re-
mind us, ot course, ot the
CRAWFORDSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
At the crock of down on No-
vember 9 sedson bdskeibotll
tickets went on sole in the gym.
The procedure was to get Cl
number ond woit. All couldn't
be lucky enough to get secrts in
the first three rows .... Ot 954
students in Cl-l.S., l87 lived
outside the city limits. Except
for the few who drove, or rode
with their porents, rnost of the
187 come in school buses.
Getting orll those seoson bosket-
boll tickets distributed rnust be
Some come by toot or jolopyg
sorne orrive by school bus.
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Citizens in the rnoking.
United Stottes history and
government ore required
courses tor every student
who groduotes irorn C.l-l.S.
These studies gave us
knowledge of our coun-
try's post ond how it is
run todoty .... Another
stondord course is English.
To be gble to reod, write,
ond speck the English lon-
gudge correctly is essen-
ticrl to every person.
,HERIYS WHAT WE'H.E
1-2, l-2, l-2. First Word,
third . . .
"'The secret oi a cook's
success is in the eating."i
Remember, girls, "The
way to a man's heart . .
DOING T0 PREPARE FOR TOMORROW.
More than hali oi the students in Crawfordsville High School
are in junior high, which includes grades seven, eight, and nine.
Most oi the class rooms are located on the west side of the build-
ing. The junior high has its own basketball teams, parties, and
clubs, but it joins the senior high for assembly programs and
C "Life" iascinates the
seventh graders .
lt's just too nice io qo inside.
The Charm oi blended qold
Will HGVGY fade from our View,
And dear old qold ond blue so
'Tis you we love, 'tis you."
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Remember the Caiories!
The Sweetheart Bali Called
tor iona dresses and
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LINESS PREVAILS A'l' DEAR ULD C. H.
After school was over in
the eveninq, some hurried
downtown to get immedi-
ate enerqy troni a coke.
. . . Christmas trees, icicies
and a snow man deco-
rated the auditorium tor
the Sweetheart Bail dur-
ing the Christmas holi-
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We'll always remember the faculty and
administration, who Were not only our
teachers and advisors but also our friends
through the years We spent in Crawfords-
ville l-liqh School.
Any successful institution requires strong leader-
ship. Crawtordsville High School is iortunate in hav-
ing enthusiastic leaders who Work tirelessly for the
best interests ot the students. Superintendent Alex-
ander, professional leader oi the teachers of the city
schools, devotes long hours to his administrative
duties. L. I. C. Freeman and H. T. McCullough, prin-
cipals oi senior and junior high schools, respectively,
give their time and energies unselfishly to the high
school program. On their shoulders lies the heavy
responsibility ot maintaining the high standards of
C. H. S.
"EDUCATION IS THE
Lett to right: Melvin B. Mallery,
President, Kenneth K. Buser, 9
Treasurer, George D. Manson,
Selwyn F. Hustedg Mrs. I. P.
Mr. L. I. C. Freeman, Principal
ol Crawiordsville Senior
Q Mr. H. T. McCullough, Principal
of Crawfordsville lunior
Mr. Gerald Alexander,
Crawiordsville City Schools.
APPRENTICESHIP OF LIFE'
MISS MAUDE ARTHUR
English: sponsors "Athenian," Quill and Scroll, Board
HOMER E. BIDDLE
Printing: sponsors "Gold and Blue," lunior Honor
MRS. PAULINE BIDDLE
Girls' Counselor, Mathematics: sponsors Student
Council, Senior Class.
MISS ESTHER BRUNK
Spanish, Daily Living: sponsors Spanish Club.
GEORGE A. BURNS
Social Studies, English: sponsors lr. Honor Society.
MRS. ESTHER BURROUGHS
MISS MARGARET CANINE
Music: sponsors Music Club.
LLOYD P. CHASE
Athletics, Physical Education, Health, Driver Trains
ing: sponsors Athenian Booster Club, Iunior Class.
OWEN L. CRECELIUS
Head of Social Studies Department: sponsors Senior
Class, Speech Arts.
ROBERT E. CROSS
Vocational Agriculture: sponsors Future Farmers oi
Librarian: sponsors Audio Visual Aides.
MISS RUTH E. GIERZ
Latin: sponsors Speech Arts, Latin Club.
MRS. RUTH GOSMA
English: sponsors Debate, Iunior Dramatic Club,
DORRIS C. GRAHAM
Mathematics, Athletics, Physical Education.
BYRON I. GRATER
Social Studies, Driver Training: sponsors lunior High
Patrol, lunior Class.
W. HINTON GRIDER
English, Speech: sponsors Speech Arts, Oratory.
MISS MARY E. GUILLIAMS
English: sponsors Iunior Honor Society.
MISS ESTELLE HEETER
ROBERT L. HOKE
General Science, Athletics: sponsors Student Council,
VIRGIL M. HOWES
Social Studies, Guidance Director: sponsors "Gold
and Blue," Quill and Scroll, Board of Publications.
Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing: sponsors Audio
G 'Y' its
KARL C. IAMES I
Mathematics, Social Studies, sponsors Iunior Honor
MRS. IONA KIMBRELL
I. CARLYSLE LQFOLLETTE
Social Studies, sponsors Athenian Booster Club,
Senior Hiqh Patrol,
IOHN F. MCCORMICK
Physical Education, Iunior Athletics, Driver Training.
MISS CATHERINE MARTIN
Art: sponsors Paletteirs.
MISS IEANNE PITKIN
Physical Education, Health, sponsors lunior G.A.A.,
Freshman Class, lunior Dramatic Club.
MRS. LUCILE REDDISH
Commercial, sponsors Sunshine Society.
LESTER D. REED
Mathematics, sponsors Freshman Class.
TIMOTHY W. ROSE
industrial Arts, Vocational Co-ordinator.
MISS MARY MILDRED SCHWEITZER
Head of English Department, sponsors Sunshine So-
ciety, Board oi Publications.
MRS. EVELYN SHUTE
Vocational Home Economics, sponsors Sunshine So-
ciety, Hospital Aides.
ROBERT E. SIMPERS
Music, Science, sponsors lunior Dramatic Club.
MISS DONNA LEE SMITH
Commercial, sponsors luriior Class.
MRS. MABEL T. SMITH
Head of Mathematics Department, sponsors Senior
Honor Society, Sunshine Society.
VERNON E. SPAULDING
Music, sponsors Music Club.
EMMETT C. STOUT
MERRILL F. THARP
Mathematics, sponsors Freshman Class, Iunior High
MRS. ARLENE WAGNER
Head ot Science Department, Boys' Counselor, spon-
sors Up-N-Atom Club, Student Council.
MRS. IOANNE WRIGHT
CHARLES B. YOUNG
Head of Commercial Department, Secretary-Treasurer
of School Activities Fund, Treasurer Athletic Associa-
tion, sponsors Sophomore Class.
MRS. BETTY SMITH
Sponsors Senior G.A.A.
Accurate records must be kept in any efficiently-
run business. According to statistics, education is the
biqqest business in the country. The records tor
C. H. S. and the city schools are kept straiaht by
the oiiice personnel, who also serve as secretaries
for the adrninistrators. The nurse keeps an eye on
the health ot the students, and the attendance officer
checks on absentees. The deans act as counsellors
and help solve the individual problems of students.
AN INVESTMENT IN KNOWLEDGE
Lett: Miss Mary E.
Right: Miss Doro-
thea Knight, Secre-
Tisula Nussis, Clerk.
A mi fa
MRS. MINA D. EVANS
MRS. IOY L. REMLEY
ALWAYS PAYS THE BEST INTEREST
MRS. PAULINE BIDDLE
Dean of Girls
Dean of Boys
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Row 4, leit to right: tSeniorsD Susan Harvey, Ruby
Dawson, Charles Rogers, lerry VanSickle.
Row 3: tluniorsl Margaret Cope, Elizabeth Ander-
son, Torn Eyler, Burton Hoidlerth.
How 2: CSophomoresl Hazel Baker, Marjorie Daw-
son, Gordon Howard, Keith Gran.
Row l: Cljreshmenl Susan Resoner, Sue Allman,
Sara Nelson, lack Bratton.
DONALD IOE AKERS-A.B.C.7 Speech Arts ll, 127 Music Club ll,
127 Football 117 Track ll, 12.
RICHARD ANDERSON-A.B.C.7 Chorus 117 Band 10, ll, 12, Quar-
termaster, 127 Music Club 10, ll, 12.
RUTH ANDERSON-Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Master Sergeant of Reeds
127 G.A.A., Vice-President 127 Music Club 10, 11, 127 S.S.S.7
"Athenian," typist7 "Gold and Blue," typist.
EULA BAKER-S.S.S.7 Spanish Club 9, 10, 11, 121 Librarian ll.
HM BARNHILL--Audio Visual Aides 9, 10, ll, 127 A.B,C.7 Wrest-
ling 97 Yell Leader ll, 12,
CAROL BARKALOW--Chorus 9, 10, ll, 127 Music Club 9, 10, ll,
127 G.A.A.7 S.S.S.
NILA BARTON7S.S.S.j Nurses Aide 11, 127 G.A.A.7 Chorus 10,
127 Paletteirs 9 ,10, 12, typist 12.
FRED BAYLESS-A.B.C,7 Speech Arts7 Football 9, 10, ll, 127 Bas-
ketball 9, 107 Wrestling Manager 117 Wrestling 127 Golf 10,
ll, 127 Chorus 9.
PHYLLIS BIGGS--Newark, New lersey, High School 9, 10, 117
CHARLES BINFORD-F.F.A., Vice-President 127 A.B.C.j Baseball
ll, 127 Latin Club. 12.
ANNE BOZE-S.S.S.7 Music Club 9, 10, 11, 127 Spanish Club 107
Chorus 127 Band 9, 10, 11, 127 "Gold and Blue" 117 Speech
Arts 127 Drum Majorette 9, 10, 11, 127 Oratory 12.
IOE BRADY -Monon High School 9, 101 A.B.C.
MAXINE BURGETfBand 9, 10, ll, 127 Assistant Drum Majorette
10, ll, 127 S.S.S.7 G.A.A.7 Nurses Aide 127 Choir 10, ll, 127
Music Club ll, 127 Atheniettes 12,
ROBERT BURKHARDT-A.B.C.7 Track 111 Up-N-Atom 117 Choir 9,
10, ll, 12, President 12: School Organist 127 Speech Arts 127
Music Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 12.
ROBERTA BUSENBARK-fS.S.S,7 Hospital Aide.
IACK CLEMENTS--A.B.C.7 Wrestling 107 Football 10, ll.
LILLIAN COAHRAN-'S.S.S.: Band 9, 107 Nurses Aide 9, 10, 12.
LUCY COOKSEY-S.S.S.j Band 9, 10, 11,12, Recording Secretary
127 Orchestra 97 Music Club 10, 11, 12.
RUBY DAWSON--S.S.S., Vice-President ll, Corresponding Secre-
tary 127 G.A.A., Secretary ll, President 127 Band 9, 10, 117
Nurses Aide 117 Music Club 10, 117 Class Treasurer 10, 122
National Honor Society: lunior Red Cross, Vice4President 10.
KARL DICKERSON-A.B.C., President 12, Representative 10, 117
Class Vice-President 9, 10, 117 Music Club 10, 117 Chorus 9,
10, 117 Band 9, 107 Basketball 9, 10, ll, 127 Baseball 10, 111
Golf 121 National Honor Society7 Student Council 122 "Athen-
ian," a1umni7 "Gold and Blue" 10, 117 Speech Arts 11.
SAM DUNBAR-A.B.C.7 Speech Arts 127 Up-N-Atom 11, 12, Presi-
dent 127 Track 127 Football 117 Student Council 117 Oratory 12.
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TOM EAKLE-A.B.C., Band 9, 10, ll, 12, Vice-President 12, Music
Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Vice-President 12, Chorus 9.
PHYLLIS EGGERSA-Roachdale Hiqh School 9, 10, ll, S.S.S.
TOM ELKINS-A.B.C., Basketball 10, Football 11, 12, Track ll, 12-
Choir 10, ll, 12, Music Club 10, 11, 12, Speech Arts 11, 12,
"Gold and Blue" ll.
LOIS ELLIOTTSSSS., Nurses Aide 9, 10, Music Club 11, 12,
Choir ll, 12.
ROBERT EVERETT-A.B.C.: Track ll, 12: Band 9, 10, 11, 12:
Chorus ll, 12, Music Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Speech Arts 12.
BEVERLY FISH--left of Lafayette 9, 10, ll, S.S.S., Nurses Aide 12.
BILL FLANIGAN--A.B.C., Secretary 12, Baseball 10, Basketball
9, 10, Tennis ll, 12, Yell Leader ll, 12, Speech Arts 10, 11,
12, "Gold and Blue", Business Manager, Editor, Quill and
Scroll, Board of Publications, Vice-President 12, Student Coun-
cil 9, 10, 12.
ANN FOI.EYvS.S.S. Cabinet 9. 11, "Gold and Blue" 11, 12, Quill
and Scroll 12, Up-N-Atom 12, Chorus 9, 11, Latin Club ll,
Music Club ll, 12, Speech Arts 12.
PAT FRANCISfS.S.S., "Gold and Blue" ll, "Athenian," calen-
dar, Latin Club ll, 12, Aedile 11, Cheer Leader 9, 10, ll, 12,
Speech Arts ll, 12, Debate ll, Oratory ll, 12.
DON FROEDGE-Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12,
F.F.A., A.B.C., Sergeant-at-Arms 12.
CHARLES FRYeA.B.C., Paletteirs 9, 10, 11, 12, Patrol 10, "Gold
and Blue" 9.
ROBERT GARNER-A.B.C., "Gold and Blue" 11, Up-N-Atom 12,
Band 10, ll, 12, Spanish Club ll, 12, Music Club 9, 10, ll, 12,
Chorus ll, 12.
BARBARA GOLDEN-S.S.S., Music Club 10, ll, 12, "Gold and
Blue" 10, Up-N-Atom 10, "Athenian," typist, Chorus 9, 10,
Iunior Honor Society 9, Student Council ll.
BETTY GOODWIN--S.S.S., "Gold and Blue" ll, 12, "Athenian,"
alumni, Speech Arts 10, ll, 12, Up-N-Atom 10, ll, Music
Club, Chorus 9, 10, ll, 12.
RUTH GRAVES-S.S.S., Spanish Club 10, Chorus 10, ll.
WENDELL GRAVES--Darlington High School 9, 10, ll.
DONALD GRIER-A.B.C., "Gold and Blue" ll, 12, Up4N-Atom 12,
Speech Arts ll, 12.
ALBERTA HAMILTON-S.S.S., G.A.A., Treasurer ll, Music Club
ll, 12, Nurses Aide 10, ll, 12, "Athenian," typist, Chorus 10,
MARILYN HARDING--S.S.S., G.A.A., Nurses Aide 9, "Gold and
Blue" 10, Up-N-Atom 10, Paletteirs 10, ll, 12, Vice-President
10, Music Club 10, 11, 12.
TRILLIS HARPER-S.S.S., Nurses Aide 9, 10.
SUSAN HARVEY-"Athenian," Co-editor, "Gold and Blue," Editor
ll, Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12, Atheniettes 12, Speech Arts 10, 11,
12, S.S.S., Cabinet 10, 12, Nurses Aide 9, Music Club 10, 11,
12, Quill and Scroll ll, 12, Board of Publications, President
12, Class Secretary ll, 12, Senior Honor Society.
CAROLYN HASLAM-S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Nurses Aide 9, 10.
DON HAYES-A.B.C., Cabinet5 Tennis 10, ll, 125 Wrestling ll,
125 "Gold and Blue" 115 Up-N-Atom ll, 125 Choir 9, 10, 11,
125 Iunior Honor Society 95 Senior Honor Society5 Speech Arts
125 Student Council 10.
VIRGINIA HAYWORTH -"Gold and Blue" 115 Music Club 10, 11,
125 Choir 10, 11, 125 Atheniettes 125 SSS.
ANNA HEATER4S,S.S.5 Nurses Aide.
AUDREY HEATH-San Pedro, California 10, 115 S.S.S.5 Nurses
DICK HENDERSON--A,B.C.5 Football 9, 10, 11, 125 Wrestling 9,
10, 11, 125 Track 11, 125 F.F.A.
GORDON HENRY--vA.B.C.5 Band 9, 10, ll, 125 Drum Major ll, 125
Student Director ll ,125 Music Club 9, 10, ll, 125 "Athenian"
Staff 125 Baseball ll, 125 Iunior Honor Society 9.
ARNETTA HICKS--S.S,S.5 lunior Honor Society 95 Nurses Aide 9.
FRED HITCH--A.B.C,5 Wrestling 125 Band 10, ll, 125 Music Club
10, ll, 12.
MARGARET HOLE-S.S.S.5 Music Club 10, 11, 125 Nurses Aide 115
Chorus 125 Glee Club 95 Band 10, 11, 12,
MARIORIE HOLEfS.S.S.5 Music Club 10, 11, 125 Nurses Aide 115
Chorus 125 Glee Club 95 Band 10, 11, 12.
RICHARD HOWELL---A.B.C.5 Up-N-Atom 11, 125 Band 9, 10, 11, 125
Quill and Scroll ll, 125 "Gold and Blue" 9, 10, 115 "Athenian,"
BARBARA HUNLEY-S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Music
Club ll, 12.
NELLA HUNTER--S.S.S.5 Nurses Aide 115 Up-N-Atom 10, 12, Sec-
MILDRED ISENBERG--S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Nurses Aide 105 Speech
RICHARD IESSUPfTenatly Hiqh School, New lersey 9, 10, 115
A.B.C.5 Basketball 9, 10, 115 Track 9, 10, 11, 12.
ROSS IOLLEY-A.B.C.5 F.F.A., Reporter 11.
LUCRETIA KARLE-S.S.S.5 Speech Arts 10, 11, 125 Music Club 10,
11, 125 Nurses Aide 95 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 "Gold cmd
ROBERT KEEDY-A.B.C.5 Track ll, 125 Music Club 11, 125 Choir
11, 125 Chorus 10, 11, 125 Speech Arts5 Up-N-Atom 11.
MARGIE KINKEAD-S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Iunior Bed Cross, Representa-
MABEL KNOX-S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Nurses Aide 95 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12.
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ROBERT KNOX--Audio Visual Aides 10, ll, 125 A.B.C.
Track ll, 12.
REGINA LANDONiS.S.S.5 "Gold and Blue" ll, 125 "Athenian,'
Treasurer 125 Choir 12,
LEROY LARGENTiA .B.C.
PEGGY LEWELLEN-S.S.S.5 Nurses Aide 9, 10, 125 Music Club ll
125 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 "Athenian," Typist5 Librarian ll.
RICHARD LINGEMAN--.A.B.C.5 Football 10, ll, 125 Basketball 9
10, 115 Track ll, 125 Debate 10, ll, 125 Oratory 10, 11, 125
"Gold and Blue," Editor 115 "Athenian," Sports5 Speech Arts
tary 125 Quill and Scroll ll, 125 Student Council 9, 10, 12
DAVID LONG--A.B.C.5 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 "Athenian," music:
"Gold and Blue" ll: Up-N-Atom 117 Senior Honor Society 125
Music Club 11, 125 Speech Arts 11, 12: Student Council ll.
DONALD McMURRYfA.B.C.5 Baseball 10, 11.
ROBERT MASON-A.B.C.5 Audio-Visual Aides 9, 10, ll, 125 F.F.A.
WANETA MILES-S.S.S.5 Chorus 95 "Gold and Blue," Typist 12.
BETTIE MISCH-S.S.S.5 Band 9, 10, 11, 125 Twirlerp Up-N-Atom
115 Music Club 10, 11, 125 "Gold and Blue," Typist 12.
RAYMOND MOON-A.B.C.5 Speech Arts 11, 125 Spanish Club ll,
12, Vice-President 125 Chorus 125 Music Club 125 Wrestling ll.
ANNE MOORE-S.S.S.5 G.A.A.5 Up-N-Atom 115 Senior Band 9, 10
11, 125 Choir 9, 10, ll, 125 Drum Majorette 10, 11, 125 Music
CARL MORRIS-A.B.C.5 Basketball 105 Football 10, 115 Baseball
10, 11, 125 Up-N-Atom 12.
LETTISHIA MYERS-S.S.S.5 Chorusp G.A.A,
IUANITA NICl'IOLSfS.S.S.: G.A.A.5 Nurses Aide 9, 10.
DORIS NUNAN-S.S.S.5 Nurses Aide 10, 12.
DAVID O'NEALL-A.B.C.5 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 125 Librarian 105
Music Club 9, 10, 11, 125 Latin Club ll, 12, President 125
Up-N-Atom 11, 125 Football 125 Golf 12.
FLOYD PEGLER-A.B.C.5 Track ll, 125 Up-N-Atom 10, 11, 125
Band 9, 10, 125 Speech Arts 12.
BILL KRUG-A.B.C.5 Football 11, 125 Basketball 9, 10, ll, 125
Activities5 Up-N-Atom ll: Paletteirs 9, 10, ll, 12, Secretary-
Vice-President 11, President 125 Senior Honor Society, Secre-
AMY PLANK-S.S.S., Cabinet 11, Treasurer 127 G.A.A.7 Nurses
PAUL PORTER4A.B.C.7 "Gold and Blue" 97 Up-N-Atom 10, 11, 127
Speech Arts 127 Debate 121 Chorus 12.
FRED QUlLLEN!A.B.C.7 Football Manager 10, 117 Basketball 97
Basketball Manager 107 F.F.A.7 Track 11, 121 Baseball 10.
GLORIA QUISENBERRYfS.S.S.7 G.A.A.7 Paletteirs 9, 10, 11, 12,
President 10, Vice-President 117 lunior Honor Society 97 Quill
and Scroll 11, 127 "Gold and Blue" 9, 117 Speech Arts 127
"Athenian," Art7 Senior Honor Society, President 12.
MARTHINE QUlSENBERRY4S.S.S.: "Gold and Blue" 9.
DAVID RANKIN-A.B.C.7 Athletic Manager 9, 101 Student Coun-
DONALD RANKlN4A.B.C.7 Band 9, 10, 11, 127 Track 117 Music
Cluby Chorus 9, 127 Football 9, 107 Pep Band 12.
IOSEPHINE REESEASSS.: G.A.A.
DAVID REMLEY4A.B.C.J Audio Visual Aides, Vice-President 11,
President 127 Track 11, 121 Chorus 127 Debate 117 Speech
Arts 11, 121 Music Club 121 Senior Boys' Sextet 12.
NANCY RESONER4S.S.S.7 Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12: Speech Arts 10,
11, 12, Secretary 10, 11, Treasurer 127 Spanish ll, 12, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 121 Up-N-Atom 127 Music Club 11, 12.
MARY RICHMONDA-Chorus 10, 11: S.S.S.
ROBERT RIGGS-fA.B.C.g Football Q, 10, 11, 127 Basketball 9, 10,
111 Golf 117 Speech Arts, Treasurer 107 Debate 10, 11, 127
Oratory 10, 11, 12.
IIM ROBINSON-A.B,C.7 Band 9, 10, 11, 127 Music Club 9, 10, 11,
127 Chorus 9.
CHARLES ROGERS-'A.B.C.j Football 10, 11, 127 Wrestling gf
Audio Visual Aides 11, 12: Up-N-Atom 11, 12, Vice-President
127 Speech Arts 10, 11, 12, Vice-President 127 "Athenian,"
Business Managen Class Vice-President 127 Choir 9, 11, 127
National Honor Society, Treasurer.
EVERETT ROSEflNrestling 121 Baseball 11, 121 A.B.C.7 Foote
PATSY RUDY--S.S.S., Choir Director 117 "Gold and Blue," Typist
127 Band 9, 10, 11, 127 Music Club 9, 10, 11, 127 Choir 9, 10,
11, 127 Orchestra 9, 107 G.A.A.7 Drum Majorette7 Atheniettes
PHYLLIS SERING-S.S.S,7 Chorus 9, 10, 11: Music Club.
RYAN SHAW4A.B.C.7 Basketball 9, 107 Wrestling 11, 127 "Gold
and B1ue" 10, 117 Up'N-Atom 11, 127 Track 11, 127 Band 9,
BILL SHIELDS'-Darlington High School 9, 10, 117 A.B.C.
LORAINE SMITH-S.S.S.j Concession Chairman7 G.A.A.7 Music
PAT SMITH-S.S.S.7 G.A.A,7 Music Club 10, 11, 127 Nurses Aide
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HAROLD STAMPSe-A.B.C., Wrestling 10, ll, 12, Chorus 9.
HOWARD STEELEfA.B.C., Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Wrestling 9, ll.
ANORA S'l'EWARTiS.S.S., Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Paletteirs 9,
10, 11, 12, Secretary 10, National Honor Society, Vice-Presi
dent 12, "Athenian," Art, Nurses Aide 9,
ELSIE MAE SWlTZERfS.S.S.: G,A.A.
ROBERT TAGUE-A.B.C., Football 10, Tennis 9, ll, 12, Wrestling
9, Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Music Club, Chorus 9, 12.
BARBARA TITUS-S.S.S., Chorus 11, 12.
GLEN TODD-A.B.C,, F.F.A., Treasurer 12, lunior Honor Society 9.
DON VAN CLEAVEaA.B.C., Choir 11, 12, F.F,A.
MELVIN VAN SCOYOC-A.B.C., Music Club, Senior Band 9, 10,
IERRY VAN SICKLE-A.B.C., Student Council ll, 12, "Gold and
Blue" ll, Quill and Scroll ll, 12, Honor Society ll, 12, Class
IACK WALTON---A.B.C., Basketball 9, 10, Wrestling ll, 12, Ten-
nis l0, 11, 12, Chorus 12.
FRED WARBINTLON-A.B.C., Reporter 12, "Athenian," Sports,
"Gold and Blue," Sports Editor 10, 11, 12, Quill and Scroll 11,
12, Board of Publications, Secretary 12, Band 9, 10, 11, Speech
Arts 11, 12, Iunior Honor Society 9, Football 9, 10.
MARTHA ELLEN WARD-lunior Honor Society 9, Class Secre-
tary 10, Class Treasurer 11, Senior Honor Society, "Athenian,"
ESTHER WARREN-S.S.S., Cabinet 10, President 12, G.A.A., Presi-
dent 11, Band 9, 10, ll, Nurses Aide ll, Music Club 10, ll,
Junior Honor Society 9, Class Treasurer 9, "Gold and Blue" ll.
MARTHA IEAN WELLS-S.S.S., Cabinet 11, Band 10, ll, 12, Sec-
retary 12, Chorus 10, Choir ll, 12, "Gold and Blue" ll,
"Athenian," Music, Music Club 10, ll, 12, Iunior Honor So-
ciety 9, Senior Honor Society, G.A.A.
MARIORIE WHITE-S.S.S., G.A.A.
CAROLE WILLIAMS-S.S.S., Nurses Aide 9, 10, "Gold and Blue"
11, "Athenian," Activities, Up-N-Atom ll, Speech Arts ll, 12,
Music Club 12.
PHILLIS WILLIAMS-S.S.S., Cabinet 12, Music Club 9, 10, ll, 12,
Band 9, 10, 11, 12, Student Council 11.
RICHARD WILLS--A.B.C., Basketball 9, 10, F.F.A., Iunior Honor
Society 9, Baseball 12, Audio Visual Aides.
ALBERT WILSON-Fenwick High, Oak' Park, Illinois 9, 10, 11,
A.B.C., Baseball 12.
AUDREY WOLFE -S.S.S.
RICHARD WRIGHT-A.B.C.g Music Club, Choir ll, Band, Presi-
dent 127 Quill and Scroll, "Gold and Blue" ll, Class President
10, ll, Pep Band 11, 12.
IAMES YOUNT4A.B.C.5 F.F.A.7 Audio Visual Aides.
BEVERLY ZACHARY--S.S.S.g Music Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Secretary
12, Band 9 ,1O, ll, 125 Choir ll, 12, "Gold and Blue"
"Athenian," Business Manager, Quill and Scroll ll, 12, G.A.A.
HELEN ZEIGLER--SSS., G.A.A.g Nurses Aide.
G. E. D. GRADUATES
The following have earned diplomas through the General Edu-
cation Development Tests since the publication of the 1948
"Athenian": Raymond Addler, Ir., Dean A. Clark. Melvin A. Cope,
Richard Lee Cord, Iulian L. Stout, and Cecil Eugene Zachary.
March 27, 1931 . . . MARGARET IONES . . . October 13, 1945
"Somewhere back in the sunset
Vllhere loveliness never dies,
She lives in a land ot qlory
'Mid the gold and blue of the skies."
Left to right:
THE IUNIOR CLASS
Row 6-Iohn Cowan, Pat Sinclair, Burton Hotierth, Greta Smith, Bob Iones, Pat Russell, Bill
McMurray, Virginia Shillings, Iune Holley, Delta Clore.
Row 5--Mari Ann Houston, Wayne Iacoby, Buddy Bradley, Malcolm McDonald, Cherry
Young, Bob Shuler, Betty Libka.
Row 4-Kathryn Swanson, Fred Cowan, Sarah Patton, Ronald Thompson, Elizabeth Ander-
son, lohn Marshall, Marlene Knox, Pat Foster.
Row 3-Richard Caldwell, Libby Luster, Margaret Cope, Beverly Birch, Bobby Scaggs, Yo-
landa Earl, Bobby Harris.
Row 2-Phyllis Coahran, lim Long, Peggy Spangler, Don Whalen, Marilyn Hardee, lack
Roudebush, Tom Vifilson.
Row l-Roy England, Denny Lou McDonald, Dallas Swank, Beverly Furgeson, Dan Hin-
ton, Lou Sperry, Doris Barclay.
Row 6-Iacqueline St. Clair, Bob Stiller, Pat Peacock, Shirley Hicks, Richard Stout, Tom
Prince, Donald Coahran, Eleanor Brown, Mary Mutch.
Row 5-Barbara Howard, lames Gill, Mary Ann Tilney, Lyle McClain, Mary Adams, Bob
Pierson, Dick Delks.
Row 4-Margaret Rhodes, lack Canine, Keith Willis, Sylvia Gardner, Maurice Merrell, Irene
Matter, Don Gobel, loan Trurnp, Ioyce Sutton.
Row 3-Donna Beck, Fred Buzzaird, Pat Crane, Ruth Reynolds, Martha Repp, Fred Hamm,
Row 2-Henry Middleton, Catherine Foster, Ann Weliver, Bob Kincaid, Eugene Zachary,
Roselyn Bottortt, Iesse Walters, Lelan Hole.
Row l-Robert Hole, loyce Tilney, Rosemarie Bottortt, Barbara Akers, Ronald Bradley,
Mary Elliott, lanine Alexander.
Row 7-Donald Boots, Iudith Cornett, Shirley Clark, lim Kyger, Bob Thomas, Doris Wilson,
Helen Harvey, Ruth Patrick.
Row 6-Vivian Myers, Kenneth Eyler, Carol Cottingham, Ted Runyon, Richard Russell,
Doris De Voto.
Row 5-Dick Byrd, Margaret Biggs, Tom Eyler, David Hewitt, Bill Campbell, Don Fairfield.
Row 4-Shirley Howard, Steve Grabman, lean Herbers, Margaret Vanette, Lee Pettit, Ed
Walton, Anna Carolyn Stump.
Row 3fTommy Redenbaugh, Albert Rayburn, Ioan Taylor, loyce Hill, Ruth Martin, Bar-
bara Willoughby, Carolyn Hutchins.
Row 2-Nancy Reichard, Keith Churchill, Alberta Gibson, Billy Douglas, Mona Whartf, Bob
Row l-Doris Zachary, George Stoker, Mary Harwood, Robert Reese, Darlene Iones, Ron-
ald Vance, Shirley Moore.
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
Row 6GRobert Lane, Donna Sowers, Roger Sering, Ellen lean Bintord, Phil Powell, Ann Cot-
ton, Byron See, Barbara Ross, Pat Reinhardt.
Row 5s-Alene Fisher, Dwayne Clark, Mary Andrews, lohn Hirshburg, Virginia Pettit, Gor-
don Howard, Iudy Gegner, Paul Lynch, Nancy Mutch.
Row 4----Pat Thomas, lim Mahan, Pam Hawkins, Dan Curtis, lean Walton, lunior Crane,
ludith Laurimore, Henry French.
Row 3f-Suzanne Beecher, Tom Mclntyre, Ioanne Lentz, Forrest Hicks, Marian Ellington, Bill
Richmond, Patsy Gleason, Duane Neet.
Row 2eeTorn McCain, Nancy Beck, lack Douglas, Greta Gray, Kevin Orr, Charlotte Ew-
bank, lim Stribing, Betty Munn, Clyde Welsh.
Row lfLawrence Brewer, Naomi Nichols, Richard Conway, Carol Todd, Evan Kessler,
Patsy Gill, Bob Parsons, Barbara Wilson.
Row 6fDavid Schaat, lackie Runyon, Keith Everett, Carolyn Lamb, Marvelon Brown,
Barbara Handy, Sam Evans, Chloibelle Apple, lim Burkhardt.
Row 5--Iohn Waldon, Keith Gran, Margaret Greer, Ed Darnall, Ierry McCormick, Albert
Knowling, Pat Iones, Bob Stultz.
Row 4-Don Lashley, Mary Grissom, Warren Harmeson, Eileen Bullock, Earl Elliott, Bar-
bara Perkins, Orice Froedge, Pat Roudebush.
Row 3-Sharleen Eyler, Phyllis Deck, loan Hose, lake Edminston, Suannys Black, Don
Dickerson, Marlene Cowan, Charles Strain, Betty Stonebraker.
Row 2fBetty Broderick, Don Schreiner, Marie Wolfe, Vincent Posthauer, Lois Byerley, Fred
White, Sue Fry, lohn Kinkead, Shirley Dunkin.
Row lfDon Smith, Hazel Baker, Bob Cook, Beverley Zachary, Ward Chambers, Carol
Bottorit, Donald Hammer, loyce McGuire.
Row 6-Bettylee lsenberg, Pat Kell, lane May, William Wooden, Grover Long, Shirley Haw-
kins, Dick Custer, Martha Todd, Tom Showalter.
Row 5fRextord Zachary, Marialice Mitchell, Charles Grimes, lanet Pearson, Ioy Lamb,
Fred Poore, Lee Utterback, Ronald Miller, Mary Edith Patton.
Row 4-Betty Eyler, Dale Kreps, Helen Crumley, Ted Elmore, Betty Wills, lim Stephens, Io
Ann Booher, Larry Fishero, Phyl Flick, Don Warren.
Row 3f-Marjorie Dawson, Norma Cummings, Pat Taylor, Bill White, Pat Livingston, Rob-
ert Wilkinson, Norma Chandler, Dwight Cox.
Row 2-Mary Mildred Patton, Bob Waldon, Beverly lane Stewart, Frank Switzer, Peggy
Wooden, Max Cox, lanet Coahran, Dick King.
Row l-Phyllis Breeden, Carl Franklin, Betty Wood, Richard Updike, Betty Titus, Richard
Northcutt, loyce Staton, Robert Nocus.
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THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Row 7----Patty Laughlin, Mary Ellen Keller, Vernon Spaulding, Donald Cotten, Ruthanna
Dellinger, Cynthia Fulford, lohanna Herrmann.
Row 6eBetty Brown, Carl Cook, Mary Knox, lack Swanson, Lucille Kyger, Morton Pater-
son, leanette McCollough, Allen Shaw, Bonnie Cochran.
Row 5-Doyne Switzer, Iames Nelson, Edna Gass, Lonnie Birchfield, Esther Storms, Bob
Harding, loyce Ann Etchison, lerome Zachary, Margaret Lane, Bob Dixon.
Row 4---Beverly Clore, David Nelson, Estella Keller, Kenyon Moore, Betty Middleton, Bob
VV ood, Pat Pritchett, Gary Neideifer, Rosalee Long.
Row 3:-Shirley Todd, Bob Remley, Dolores Eblin, Raymond Mikels, Sharon Scott, Iohn
lohnson, Joyce Reese, Larry Moore, Phyllis Long, Dick Layne.
Row 2-Patty Quisenberry, Gilbert Custer, Mary Scott, Willie Robinson, Ierry Burk, Don-
ald Stump, Kathleen Utterback, Don Rose, Carolyn Wiatt, lim Linn.
Row l-Beverly Nichols, lvan Brewer, Beulah Miles, Tom Birch, Beverly lean Wall, Larry
Robinson, Ioanne Seals, Don Cope, Monna Runyon, Nicky Kirages.
Row 6-Carolyn Straub, lune Carter, Shirley Largent, Don Manly, Eddie McCallum, Larry
Simpson, Pat Carman, Nancy Servies, Ronnie Martin, Sally Huber, Patsy Simonds.
Row 5-Fredd Dye, Elinor Coffel, David Patton, Caroline Manson, Keith Phillips, Nancy
Footitt, Iamie Beebe, Donna Gilliland, lack Bratton, Shaila VanSickle, Sara Nelson.
Row 4-Don Stribling, Faye Ball, Iohn McAtee, Barbara Brann, Rex Hunley, Carolyn Dazey,
Tom Newlin, Pat Caplinger, Billy Burks, laniece lack.
Row 3-Ioan Cowan, Royce lones, Delores lones, lunior Gustafson, Donna Eyler, Bernard
Vtfharff, Ramon Hamm, Beverly Henderson, Don Cox, loy Fredericks.
Row 2-Shirley Coventry, Damon Hamm, Barbara Endean, Bob Dye, Barbara Wolfe, Wal-
ter Iacoby, Sally Lou Clark, Warner Davison, Mary Griest, Tom Todd.
Row 1--Ioan Grabman, lames Douglas, Clarabeth Griffin, Dickie Ford, Carol Cunning-
ham, Kevin Zachary, Rose Peffley, Ierry Townsley, Alice Faye Houston, lack Cunningham.
Row 6wCarolyn Armantrout, George Pickett, Diana Crane, Ulta Burks, Dick Cofer, Fred
Ewoldt, Charles Kell, Anna Thomas.
Row 5--Shirley Kiley, Arthur Lorenz, Doris Bundy, Stanley Terry, Phyllis Hultz, Ed Money,
Waneta Shanklin, Cecil Howard, Phyllis Iohnson, Billy Powell.
Row 4-Sue Allman, Bill Cummings, Doris Knowling, lim Hofferth, Diane Crawford, lohn
Iones, Peggy Ross, Phil McQueen, Anne Hutson, Iohn Wilson.
Row 3-Margaret Davis, I. Griner, Evelyn Hobbs, Frank Endicott, Virginia Akers, Clarence
Taylor, Lulabell Brady, Donnie Hipes, Ioyce Gobel, Keith Stephens.
Row 2-Martha Price, Bill Blacker, Phyllis Hoffa, Ernest Walden, Barbara Sommer, Ron-
nie Demoret, Dawn Reicharcl, Don Dinwiddie, Helen Harris, Bill Hill.
Row 1-Bernice Francis, Tommy Roche, Susie Resoner, Theron Lowe, Rita Scaggs, George
Phares, Carol Brady, Duane Clements, Alice Walls, Wayne Smith.
,mv NM 5
THE EIGHTH GRADE
Row 6--Sondra Vtfhartt, Darlene White, Kaye Ball, Lawrence Baldwin, Ronald Addler,
Iuan Wilson, lanice Harper.
Row 5-Patty Maxwell, Patty Caldwell, Freida McCollum, Betty Disney, Marie Hose, Phil
Quillin, Betty Eden, Phyllis Ballard.
Row 4-Shirley Arnold, Donald Pickett, Hazel Morley, Richard Kendricks, Sandra Swank
Margaret Carothers, Ben Morris.
Row 3-eloan Baker, Bob Ferling, Shirley Duncan, Marvin Clark, Patsy W'elliver, Billy An-
derson, Eleanor Baldwin, Robert Willhite.
Row 2--Bessie Bannister, Homer Wilkinson, Barbara Manion, Ross Boraker, Patty Platt,
Sammy McAlister, Mary Munson, Dean McClain.
Row le-Sue Otterman, Howard Birdsong, Patty Swearingen, lim Quisenberry, lean Car-
man, Keith Kauble, Charlotte Darwactor, Ralph Fairfield.
Row 6efCharles Walker, Gwendolyn Morgan, Mildred Foy, Bill Brown, Elnora Clark,
Billy W'ilhite, Glenda Milligan, Fred Baker, Marcia Schneider, David Parker.
Row 5-lackie Hawkins, Patty Pointer, Bill Servies, Helen Baldwin, Bernard Waldon
Ruby Lepper, Franklin Ruttner, Ethel Birchiield.
Row 4mBetty Northcutt, David Elmore, lane Beebe, Hobart Douglas, Patricia Long, Don
Long, Nancy Graham, Sam Paxton.
Row 3-Ioyce Tague, Donald Gleason, Caroline Roberts, Bob Sumner, Shirley Stites, Charles
Gleason, Nancy Demoret, Don Shepherd.
Row 2feLois Ann Keedy, lack Corbin, Shirley Cunningham, Robert Nunan, Barbara Hixon,
Damon Grittin, Marilyn Miene, Billy Farrar.
Row l-eAlice loan Northcutt, La Von Houston, Vera Alice Eden, William Cope, Florence
Largent, Dale Leath, Norma Wray, lames Lee, lr.
Row 6-Marietta Coble, Sylvia Walden, Dick Meister, Linda Evans, Ernest Patrick, Beth
Polley, lohn Holt.
Row 5--Barbara Ellen Crane, Ioann Elkins, Iudy La Rocque, Suzanne Wilson, Della Har-
rington, Bill Harrison, Marilyn McCalme-nt, Sara Hultz.
Row 4-Nancy Lou Hunt, Donald Auman, Mary Wolte, Dave Gentry, Mary Kathryn ln-
man, Larry Bayless, Pat Scaggs.
Row 3--Peggy Conway, lacky Thompson, Mary Servies, Duane Gatliii, Elizabeth Charles,
Bob Morrison, Phyllis Sleight, Richard Lashley.
Row 2AGenevieve lohnson, Roscoe Manion, Anna Dukes, Ted Coahran, Beverly Fytfe,
Iimmy Lytle, Sue Buser, William Mount.
Row 1-v-Mary Perkins, Larry Gegner, ludith Crane, Danny Mast, Reva Kingery, Bob Burk,
Barbara Hobbs, Robert Keller.
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THE SEVENTH GRADE
Row 7-Herbert Cox, Paul Evans, Pat Stonebraker, Don Adams, Robert Elmore, Wanda
Peacock, limmie Lewis, Everett Sexton.
Row 6-Nancy Ann Rice, Iackie Addler, Barbara Humbert, lackie Ross, Dorothy Biggs,
Bob Bennett, Phyllis Lewis.
Row 5-Neal lones, lanet Hultz, Dean Simpson, Marilyn Parsons, Larry Cobleigh, Kathryn
Farris, Raymond French, David Proctor.
Row 4-Patricia Runyon, Francis Elmore, Glenellen Roberts, Bob Robinson, lohn Bruce, Ger-
aldine Ioiner, Wayne Surface, Nancy Kendricks.
Row 3-Delores Shahan, lanis Ewoldt, Marilyn Boze, lim Andrews, Ioyce lohnson, Tommy
Underwood, Viola Turner, Iarnes Caldwell.
Row 2-Max Servies, Mary Robinson, Larry Chambers, Charles Douglas, Mary Shelton,
Bill Thomas, Shirley Smith, Ted Guire.
Row lfDickie Williamson, loan Monroe, Morris Quisenberry, Ioan Waldon, Richard Davis,
Gloria Carver, Ierry Smith.
Row 7-Harry Swank, Duane Cliiton, Eddie Rutledge, Nancy Fink, Allen Love, Martha
Meyer, Lora Belle Breshears, R. B. Swanson.
Row 6-Lex Stonebraker, Susan Elkins, Max Servies, Richard Willhite, Fred Endicott, Rod-
ney Wall, Stanley Sechman, Shirley Walton.
Row 5-Gerald McKinsey, Linda l-lesler, Don Newlin, Ronnie loe Domasco, Rex Wills,
Gwendolyn Burk, Billy loe Bottorrt, William Tilney.
Row 4-Patricia Davis, Phil Cunningham, Beverly Broderick, Fred Dickerson, Sara Max-
well, Nancy Ellis, David Flanigan.
Row 3-lack Watson, Lois Pritchett, David Krug, Marilyn Black, Bobbie Young, Elinor
Apple, lames Surber, Connie lo Herron.
Row 2fFreddie Lamb, Beverly Ryker, Ed Bayless, Nancy Snider, David Swank, Mary
lane Hutson, Tommy Esra, Marilyn Fyt-te.
Row lvAShirley Baker, Iohn Todd, Shirley Rose, Harold Welliver, Nancy Albertson, Hu-
bert Trump, Carolyn Harris.
Row 7-Dan Showalter, Paul lackson, Snyder Greer, Bob Disney, Fred Klause, Carl Graves,
Charles Iones, David Stout.
Row 6-Harold Newlin, Tom West, Kay Staiiord, Thomas Griner, Barbara Gerard, Ierry
Rutledge, Pat Powell, Merle Meagher.
Row 5-Eunice McMurry, Marilyn lsaacs, Iohn Franklin, Marilyn Everson, Eddie Hoffa,
Elinor Dunn, lean Zachary, David Abney.
Row 4-Clarence Kemble, Shirley Wray, Eddie Holmes, Christina Mills, Charles Cox,
Sharon Bell, lerry Gobel, Rita Myers.
Row 3ARobert Norvell, lackie Steele, Katie Nutt, Richard Watkins, Ioy Lee Weliver, Billy
White, Ioan Demoret, lim Shaver.
Row 2--Lucile Brady, limmy Cope, Roberta Poore, George Brown, Anna Pickett, Freddie
Stewart, Marla Willhite, William Lewis.
Row 1-Martha Walling, Roy Kiste, Phyllis Schreiner, Nelson May, Maxine Hastaday,
Tommy Caldwell, Patsy Keller, Kenneth McCollum.
When we recall the pleasant times at
C. H. S., We Will undoubtedly remember
the thrills furnished us by the sports at our
school. VVe'll remember the caressing
coolness ot those tall nights at Hoover
Fieldg those cold crisp winter nights and
basketball games .... Yes, We'll remember
sports at C. l-l. S.
Dick Linaeinan captained the l948 Crawfords-
ville football team and will be succeeded by
FOOTBALL VARSITY SQUAD
Row 4, left to right-David O'Neall, Burton
Holferth lstudent rnanaqerl, Don Froedqe, Tom
Eyler, W'illiarn Wooden, Phil Powell, Robert Stil-
ler, Torn Elkins, David Schaaf fstudent rnanaqerl,
Row 3-Coach D. C. Graham, Kenneth Eyler,
Richard Linqeman, Robert Rigas, Dan Curtis,
Keith Churchill, Dick Henderson, Don Coahran,
Fred Fairfield, Roqer Serina, Bob Hake Cline
Row 2--Iohn Cowan, Dick Custer, Henry Mid-
dleton, David Hewitt, Ed Darnall, Chuck Rogers,
Bill Douglas, john Hirshburq.
Row l-Fred Hamm, Don Whalen, Richard
Byrd, Albert Rayburn, Bob Scaqas, Bill Krug,
Buddy Bradley, Orice Froedqe, lim Striblinq, Bill
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Row 3-Left to right: Coach "Bill" Chase, Gilbert Custer, Dale Kreps, Ronald Martin, Grover Long, Don Dickerson,
Ramon Hamm, Ted Elmore, lim Mahan, Duane Clark, Allen Shaw fstudent manaqerl, lim Hofierth fstudent manaqerl.
Row 2-Ed McCallum, Phil McQueen, Don Cox, Don Dinwiddie, Forrest Hicks, Vincent Posthauer, Don I-Iipes, Clyde
VJelsh, Damon Hamm, Bill White.
Row 1-Wayne Smith, lohn lones, Ronald Bradley, Larry Flshero, Bill Richmond, Bob Vloods, George Phare-s, lack
Douglas, Duane Clements.
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A light and inexperienced Crawfordsville eleven was outclassed in the opening game of
the season by the surprisingly strong Delphi Oracles, 19 to 0. Bogged down by crippling pen-
alties all evening, the Athenians failed to muster any offensive threat.
The Athenians looked better in their home debut, but, hurt by fumbles, they were edged out
by the Millers l3 to l2. A 50-yard run by Lingeman and a pass play, Whalen to Eyler, ac-
counted for the Athenian scores.
Shortridge, a perennial power in Indiana high school football, brought another strong team
to Hoover Field, and the game ran true to form with the Blue Devils rolling up a 20 to O first
quarter lead. But the Athenians came to life in the third period, scoring on long passes from
Whalen to Lingeman and Hamm, and bringing the count to 20 to 14. Shortridge, however,
again turned on the steam and the final score was 32 to l4.
The Athenians took to the road for their next game to play a good Sheridan team. Sheri-
dan pushed over an early touchdown and the game resolved itself into a battle of the two
opposing lines, with the Athenians muffing several scoring opportunities and finally losing
out, 6 to O.
Crawfordsville went down to its fifth straight defeat at the hands of the West Lafayette Red
Devils, 19 to U. Showing little in the way of a sustained offense, the Athenians played most
of the game in their own territory.
Athenian fortunes reached their lowest ebb against a mediocre team from Danville. Al-
though they scored two first-half touchdowns on plunges by Riggs and Hewitt, the Athenians
were very lax defensively and let Danville run up a 33 to 13 score.
A game but out-manned Crawfordsville team could offer little opposition to powerful Ief'f's
North Central Conference champs and lost their final home game, 39 to 0. Keith Churchill,
one of the mainstays of the Athenian offense all year, sparked the only Athenian offensive
effort of the evening when he scored a touchdown, only to have it nullified by a penalty.
The Athenians ended an otherwise unlucky season on a happy note at Greenfield by tri-
umphing 12 to 7. The game was Crawfordsville's all the way, for a change, with little Bill
Krug scoring both touchdowns on passes from Whalen and with the Athenian line acquit-
ting itself Well.
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Ciqerb, Don Froeclqe, Phil Powell, Dirk Byrd KST11-
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At the beginning of practice for the l948-49 basketball season, Athenian Coach Bill
Chase was faced with the task of building a net squad with only two members of last
year's team to use as a nucleus. Bill was forced to dig deep into the rosters of last sea-
son's reserve and freshman squads to select the members of his team.
The basketball squad which resulted was naturally quite green and inexperienced,
but the Athenians of l948-49 made up in fighting spirit what they lacked in poise and
confidence. By the time the season was nearly over, Crawfordsville proved it could fight
some of the better teams in the state on an even basis.
Frankfort's Hot Dogs slapped a decisive 66-36 defeat on the Athenians in the opener,
and Chase's boys then proceeded to take seven more consecutive losses.
The Noblesville Millers won a heart-breaking 49-46 decision in the second game as
the hard-fighting Athenians came from far behind to tie the game and send it into an
The 'Tigers of Lebanon handed the Athenians their second one-sided defeat of the sea-
son on the C. H. S. court, 47-27.
Crawfordsville lost its fourth straight home game as the Greencastle Tiger Cubs
rolled to a 61-44 decision.
The Athenians then took to the road in hopes of finding a victory, but instead they re-
ceived their fifth loss from Brazil, 50-26.
Bloomington's powerful Panthers buried the Chasemen under a terrific second-half
attack at the southern city to give the Athenians their sixth consecutive defeat, 67-44.
C. H. S. then traveled to Terre Haute Garfield and was once again soundly trounced
by the Purple Eagles, 47-33.
Crawfordsville returned home and, with a new lease on life, led a tall team from
Riley High School of South Bend until the final few minutes but lost another heartbreaker,
47-43. The defeat was Crawfordsville's eighth against no wins.
Crawfordsville next journeyed to Frankfort on New Year's Day and gave its loyal
rooters a pleasant surprise by taking the holiday tourney with victories over Michigan
City and Elwood. The scores were 38-36 and 4l-38, respectively, as the Athenians won
their first two games of the season.
West l..afayette's hard-driving Bed Devils quickly doused any hopes of a big Athe-
nian comeback, however, by pouring it on C. H. S., 43-24.
Crawfordsville traveled to the banks of the Wabash and matched Clinton's Wildcats
point for point before losing again, 47-39.
The hot and cold Athenians then astounded their fans by trouncing a host Indian-
apolis Washington club, 52-40. Crawfordsville led all the way while racking up their
third victory of the season.
C. H. S. next battled furiously with an invading Franklin five before going down to
After a very low-scoring first half, Fort Wayne's South Side .Archers pulled away to
deal the visiting Athenians their twelfth loss, 44-23. A large number of C.H.S. fans showed
that they were still definitely behind the team as they made the long trip north.
ln a terrific and closely-fought game, the Athenians lost to the Tigers at Lebanon,
Martinsville handed the C. H. S. squad its second straight close loss, 40-36, at the
Artesian city. The Athenians led until the final few minutes of play.
Then came that terrific overtime upset of Attica's Ramblers, runners-up in the Wa-
bash Valley, by the Chasemen, 4l-39. The game was one of the most exciting viewed in
the C. H. S. gym for several years.
lust to prove further that they were not to be taken lightly, the Athenians proceeded to
travel to Lafayette and trample the State Champion leff Bronchos, 42-37. C. H. S. blasted
its way to the win with a surging second half attack that had the Broncs buried, 42-3l,
with less than a minute to go. Three quick leff buckets narrowed the score as Crawfords-
ville hopes reached a new high.
As suddenly as they had arisen to new heights, however, the Athenians receded again
as they lost to Indianapolis Shortridge in the season's finale, 46-36. C. H. S. played a
rather listless game against the tall capital crew as Crawfordsville lost its fifteenth game
of the season.
As usual, Crawfordsville drew a tough assignment in the sectional. After opening
with a comparatively easy 46-29 victory over Waynetown's Gladiators, last year's run-
ners-up, the Athenians dropped a tough 40-37 decision to a tall and well-drilled group
of Waveland Hornets.
Waveland proved its worth by going ahead to win the tourney and take the Charn-
pionship Crown from C. H. S. The Athenians finished with an over-all record of six wins
and sixteen defeats.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD
ROW 3, left to right-George Phares fstudent manaqerl, Ronny Martin, Fred Ewoldt, Ed Mc-
Callum, lack Bratton, Coach Iohn McCormick.
Row 2-lohn Beebe, Bill Cummings, Kenyon Moore, lim Hofferth, Phil McQueen.
Row l-Damon Hamm, David Nelson, Don Cox, Ramon Hamm, Don Hipes.
NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL Schedule
Iohn McCormick's hustling freshman squad
gave great promise of things to come in
C. H. S. basketball by compiling a record of
ten Wins against six losses during the 1948-
The "Little Atheniansf' competing in the
freshman tourney at left, advanced through
the first round With a lusty Win over Attica,
but Were then put out of competition by the
host Ieff team in an overtime thriller, 27-24.
One look at the ninth grade schedule will
support the fact that the freshmen played a
Crawfordsville 40, West Lafayette 24.
Crawfordsville 22, Ieff 28.
Crawfordsville 30, Delphi 2l.
27, Greencastle 25.
18, Frankfort 21.
33, Ladoga 24.
25, Greencastle 18.
39, Rossville, 23.
28, Attica 27.
27, Lebanon 30.
38, Attica 8.
fPteservesl ll, Ladoga
32, Lebanon 27.
24, Ieff 27 fovertimel.
19, Lebanon 25.
50, West Lafayette 10.
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EIGHTH GRADE SCHEDULE SEVENTH GRADE SCHEDULE
Crawtordsville Linden 21. Crawtordsville , Linden 4.
Crawtordsville New Market 16. Crawtordsville , New Market 11.
Crawfordsville Vtfaveland 23 Covertimel. Crawtordsville , Waveland 21.
Crawtordsville Greencastle 37. Crawtordsville , New Market 17.
Crawtordsville New Market 22. Crawtordsville , Linden 17.
Crawtordsville Greencastle 16. Crawtordsville , Waveland 26.
Crawtordsville Roseville 26 Covertiniel. Crawtordsville , Ladoqa 24.
Crawiordsville Attica 22 Covertirnel. Crawiordsville , Darlington 26.
Crawtordsville Lebanon 30.
Crawlordsville Lebanon 16.
Crawtordsville Linden 15.
Crawtordsville Waveland 22.
Crawtordsville Ladoqa 20.
Crawiordsville Darlington 26.
Row 3-lames Lee lstudent
manage-rl, Dick Meister, Coach
Merrill Tharp, Ronald Addler,
Larry Bayless, Larry Geqner istu-
Bow Zvlohn Holt, David Gen-
try, Iohn Wilson, Phil Ouillen,
Row 1-Duane Gatlirt, Dale
Leath, Bob Morrison, David Bar-
ton, Sam McA1ister.
Row 3-Eddie Hoffa. Max Ser-
vies, Coach Tharp, Fred Klause,
Don Showalter, Ierry Smith tstu-
Row 2-David Abney, Rodney
Wall, Fred Endicott, Bill Thomas,
Ted Guire, Fred Lamb.
Row 1-Eddie Bayless, Larry
Chambers, Richard Davis, Ern-
est Coffing, Tommy Underwood,
Not in picture-Charles Doug-
las, David Krug.
Row 4-'Warner Davidson, Fred Hamm, Torn Mclntyre, Don Hayes, Sam Evans, Coach Bob Hoke, Ronnie Miller, Earl
Elliott, Albert Rayburn.
Row 3-Don Dinwiddie, lim Long, lack Roudebush, Don Dickerson, lake Edtniston, Bob Woods, Ed Walton, lack
Vxlalton, Clyde Vfelsh Cstudent inanagerb.
Row 24Keith Vtfillis, Fred Bayless, Ed Darnall, Everett Rose, Dick Henderson, Dan Hinton, Bobby Bastion.
Row lfBill l-lill, W'ard Chambers, Ronald Bradley, Harold Stamps, Fred Hitch, Don Smith, Larry Moore.
Bob Hoke's Wrestling squad Went through one of the best seasons in the history ot this sport
at C. H. S., winning six matches and losing three. Two ot the losses came at the hands of the
lett Wrestlers, While Bloomington's State Champs inflicted the other loss.
The Athenians slumped badly in the state meet at Bloomington, however, earning only one
point to tie tor last place. Ryan Shaw, who placed fourth in the 120-pound class, was the only
C. H. S. Wrestler to place in the state. Other highly-regarded Athenian wrestlers such as Dick
Henderson, who placed fourth in the l28-pound class last year, Ward Chambers, and Harold
"Mugs" Stamps all tailed to place in the state meet.
Crawiordsville left ..............,.
Crawtordsville Anderson .......
Crawtordsville .....,. ....... S outhport ..........
Crawtordsville Bloomington ......
Crawtordsville Shortridge ..........
Crawtordsville Southport ...........
Crawtordsville Muncie Central
Crawfordsville ....... ....... B road Ripple .....
Crawfordsville left ............,.........
Qaptarn Dusk Henderson at'
erngvts to apply CI pinhold on his
:l lilffffl Scvttthytnrt opponent,
'Mrtqsw Stamps, romplete with
,rretecftrve headgear, is on the
l':fFTlLDIT1 in "referees position" as
He and his Southport opponent
awful tlre refs vall to "wrestle"
How 2, leit to rtqht-Fred Bay-
less, Ed Darncrll, Everett Rose,
Dmlc Henderson, Ed Walton, Dan
Row l --Ward Chambers, Ryan
Shaw, Harold Stamps, Ilrn Lana,
Fred Httch, Don Srntth.
Left to right-Larry Fish-
ero, lack Walton, Don
Hayes, Bill Flanigan, Dan
Left to right-Ramon
Hamm, Gordon Howard,
Ed McCallum, Fred Bay-
less, Damon Hamm.
1949 GOLF AND TENNIS SCHEDULE
Terre Haute Tech .,,,..i,.,
Terre Haute Tech ,,.,..
West Lafayette ....,,,,,,
Terre Haute Garfield
Bloomington .,,, .,,,,,..,,,.
West Lafayette ....,,.
Terre Haute Garfield ..........
Terre Haute Tech .....,
Terre Haute Tech .,,.,..,i,,...,...,,....,
STATE GOLF TOURNAMENT
en, Torn Elkins,
Iohn Cowan, B
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gay, N 14,
way, Jimmy St
How 3, left to riqht--Mr.
Graham, Fred Hamm, Dick
, Dick Stout,
ley, Floyd Peqler, Tom
Whalen, Karl Dickerson,
Burton Hofferth, Bill Mc-
Murry, Phil Powell, Tom
Wilson, Mr. Chase.
Row 2-lack Roudebush,
Don Coahran, Iohn Iones.
Kenny Moore, Bob Jones,
Bob Scaaqs, Ed Darnall,
Keith Willis, Albert Ray-
Row l-Iames Kyqer,
Maurice Merrill, Don Cox,
Dick Layne, Ronny Mar-
tin, Clyde Welsh, Everett
TRACK SCHEDULE BASEBALL SCHEDULE
7 Ffankfaa away April 7 Frankfort away
12 Lafayette GWGY April l9 Brazil away
19 West Lafayette away April 27 Lafayette HERE
22 Att' May 4 Lebanon away
1 G away May 6 West Lafayette HERE
26 Greencastle away May 16 T ebcmon HERE
30 Delphi RSIUYS May 25 West Lafayette away
l4 Sectional May 31 Lafayette away
Q 3 Q
We'll always remember the music de-
partment for the Way it supported the school
in all activities. Yes, We'll remember the
chorus for its many fine programs and the
operetta, and the band for its performances
at football and basketball games and
Standing, leit to right:-Vernon E. Spaulding, Director, lack Canine.
Row 4-f-Keith Gran, Nancy Beck, Lois Byerley, Marian Ellington, Pat Roudehush, Beverly Zachary, Tom McCain,
Peggy Cedars, Don Stribling, Bob Tague, Henry French, Iessie Crane, Roy England, Robert Everett.
Row 3M--Gordon Howard, ludy Cornett, George Stoker, Robert Cook, Fred Hitch, Pat Reinhardt, Norma Trump,
Margaret Hole, Carol Cunningham, Robert Pierson, Iames Robinson, Melvin Van Scoyoc, Eugene Zachary.
Row 2-ephillis Nlfilliams, Ann Weliver, Yolanda Earl, Betty Grabnian, Sarah Nelson, Phillis Deck, Barbara Wilsori,
leanette McCullough, Barbara Howard.
Row l-Ruth Anderson, Betty Misch, Beverly Birch, Richard Anderson, Shirley Moore.
Left to right-Shirley Moore,
Anne Moore, Maxine Burqet, Gor-
don Henry, Bettie Misch, Anne
Bcze Pat Rudy.
Row 4, left to riqht--Lyle McClain, Donald Boots, Iohn Marshall, Robert Nocus, lim Burkhardt, Pat Rudy, James
Gill, Tom Eakle, lack Cunningham, Kevin Zachary, Keith Everett, Duane Neet, lack Roudebush, Floyd Peqler, Lucy
Row 3'-David Long, Donald Rankin, Richard Vlfriqht, Tom Prince, Shirley l-licks, Maxine Burqet, Mary Ellis, Pat
Caplinqer, Beverly Zachary, laniece lack, Iessie Lou Walters, Anne Moore.
How 2--Martha Wells, Richard Howell, Robert Hole, Charles Strain, Robert Garner, lanine Alexander, Anne Boze,
Pat Taylor, Carolyn Hutchins.
Row l--Pat Livingston, Suzanne Beecher, Marilyn Hardee, Katherine Swanson, Martha Re-pp.
This formation was used by
the Band at State Contest in '48
as one of its special maneuvers.
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Bow 6---Helen Harvey, Shirley Hicks, Bose Bottortt, Sharon Eyler, Betty Munn, Miss Canine, Margaret Cope, Io
anne Shannon, Doris Barclay, Mary Ann Tilney, loyce Tilney, lanet Pearson, Ianrne Alexander.
Bow 5 Carole Bottorii, Elizabeth Anderson, Doris DeVoto, Carol Cottinqham, Sylvia, Gardner, Lucretia Karle,
Ioanne Lentz, Mabel Knox, Martha Todd, Anna Stump, Barbara Hunley, lady Geaner, Ellen lean Binford, Betty
Bow 4- Suannys Black, ludith Laurirnore, Sarah Patton, lrene Marter, Vivian Myers, lean Walton, Ann Cotton,
Barbara Howard, Martha Bepp, Barbara Titus, Ann Weliver, Pat Peacock, Suzanne Beecher, Pat Taylor, Alberta
Bow 3--loyce Staten, Nancy Besoner, Donna Sewers, Bettie Misch, Regina Landon, Mary Mutch, Phyllis Black,
Lettishia Meyers, Pat Livingston, Betty Eyler, Caroline Hutchins, Carol Barkalow, Susan Harvey, Nancy Mutch.
Bow 2 Paula Vtlaldon, Lois Elliott, Betty Goodwin, lady Cornet, Margaret Greer, Beverly Zachary, Pat Rudy, Pat
Foster, Marlene Knox, Betty Wills, Ann Moore, Greta Gray, Yolanda Earl.
Bow l ---Barbara Lee, Nila Barton, Barbara Boss, Peggy Lewellen, Ann Boze, Shirley Clark, Nancy Beck, Beverly
Birch, Carol Vfilliarrrs, Denny Lou McDonald, Virginia Hayworth, Lou Sperry, Maxine Buraet.
rw 3 leit t it Sant Evans Ton Elkins Iames Gill Boyre Moon Burton Hetierth Drck Stout David ONeall
Babert Stiller Botvert Everett Lyle McClain Richard Delks Bobert Burkharat
l uw '7 Pclv rt Carrier Malcolm McDonald lack Canine Donald Hayes Fred Harnrri Bolvert Taatre Paul Ptrter
Grover Lona Ea rre t Htclfs larnes Strrol nq Dale Kreps Donald Akers
now l larnes Lena Donald Whalen David Bernley F od Cowan, Charles Strarn, Dcnald Bankrn, lohn Marshall
Tarn Wilson Chowk Boaers Bolert oedy Eugene Zacha 1 Bitthard Upd ke.
ti.,-wv ft, lett to iight -lun Long, john Marshall, Donald Hayes, Toni Elkins, David O'Neall, Burton Holter-th, lxtiss Ka
i ., Rtzyse Moon, Roliert Stiller, Richard Delks, Robert Everett, Robert Burkhardt, Donald VanCleave.
Row 3 Beverly Zachary, Sarah Patton, Nancy Resoner, Donald Vtfhalen, Charles Rogers, Roluert Keedy llrm
tjvvvan, Eugene Zarhary, Martha lean Wells, Anne Moore, Lois Elliott,
Row Y? Vivian Myers, Sylvia Gardner, Lucretia Karle, Carol Cottinqhana, lanine Alexander, Mary Mutt-lx, Max
it e Ruta-ei, Helen Harvey, Doris DeVoto.
Row l Pat Rudy, Carolyn Hutchins, Denny Lou McDonald, Virginia Hayworth, Susan Harvey, Peaay lrxvrtlvn
Y lxrtdd Eiirl, Beverly Birch.
Rtfvv 4, left to riqli' ltitariw
Neet, Shirley lliclcs, lo Anne
Shannen, Rnyse Moon, Rt bor'
Burlzliardt, Maxine Buiqet, lint
Rurkhardt, Roliert Garnet, Don-
Row 3 Mary Mutch, Carolyn
Hutcfhins, Iudith Lauritnctre, lane?
Pearson, Marvin Clark, Doris De-
Voto, Patsy Seaqas, Marilyn Mv
Calrnent, Robert Hole, Donna Gil-
liland, Gordon Howard.
Row 2 Martha lean Nlfells,
leanette McCullough, Genevieve
lohnson, Suzanne Wilson, Peaay
Ross, Virqinia Hayworth, lohn
Bruce, Nancy Albertson, lack
Row l---Glenda Milligan, Carol
Cunningham, Pat Rudy, Beverly
Birch, Phillis Vv'illiarns, Martha
Repp, Mary Munson, Kevin Zavh-
ary, Williani Mount.
Lett to righte--Iudy Cor-
nett, George Stoker, Sarah
Patton, Pat Taylor, Don
Standing, lett to right--Mr. Spaulding tdirectorl, David Patton, lames Burkhardt tstudent directorl, lack Corbin, Allan
Love, David Flanigan, and Donald Long.
Row 4-Marilyn Boze, Nancy Rice, Nancy er son, o . . , , ,
Iames Lytle, Frederick Dickerson, William Powell, Marilyn Isaacs, Charles Cox, Larry Horner, Hubert Trump, Rich-
ard Dulin, Stan Terry, Sharon Scott, Nancy Ellis, Phillip Cunningham, lack Wiatt, Ronnie Domasco, Martha Robinson,
W'lliam Servies, lerr Townsley, Della Harrington, Donald Stump, David Gentry, and Willie Robinson.
Row 3-Johanna Herrmann Rosalie Long, Phyllis Long, Gerald Mcliinzie, lames Shaver, LaVon Houston, William
Anderson, Keith Stephens, Kathleen Utterback, Phillip Quillin, Marvin Clark, William Mount, William Tilney, Iames
Linn, Patricia Powell, Donna Gilliland, Sharon Bell, Nancy Snider.
Row 2-flack Swanson, Vernon E. Spaulding ll, ludith LaRocque, Marilyn McCalment, Carolyn Harris, Eunice Mc-
Murry, Tom Birch, Patricia Scaggs, Ioyce Reese, Richard Cofer, lames Cope, Dorothy Biggs, David Elmore, Faye Ball,
Alb t I an Cowan Anthelene Black Sue Buser Robert Ferling
Row lfAlice Faye Houston, aro yn rau , g
yon, Mary Munson, Anna Frances Dukes, lane Beebe, and Diana Crane.
' ' ' ' - 'T ' ' 'll S H lt
The following members of the Iunior Band do not appear in the picture. Barbara Lyler, William Hi , ara u z,
Larry Moore, Sammy Paxton, lorries Quisenberry, Morris Quisenberry, R, B. Swanson, Sylvia Waldon, Richard William-
son, and Thomas Griner.
C l St b Mar aret Ann Davis, Shirley Coventry, Lois Pritchett, Patricia Run-
IUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Row 4, left to right joy Frederick, Elinor Coiiel, Della Harrington, Marietta Coble, Elnora Clark, Linda Evans, Miss
Canine, Carolyn Straub, Suzanne Vlfilson, laniece lack, Ethel Birchtield, Sally Huber, Nancy Servies, loan Cowan.
Row 3 -Barbara Sommer, Glenda Milligan, Kay Stafford, Caroline Roberts, Elizabeth Charles, Sue Allman, Patsy
Caplinger, Peggy Ross, Mildred Foy, Margaret Davis, Delores iones, lo Ann Elkins, Phyllis Sleight, Sylvia Walden.
Rcw 2- 'Patricia Davis, Eleanor Baldwin, Anna Dukes, Barbara VVolfe, Barbara Gerard, Patsy Scaggs, Beth Pol-
ley, Nancy Eink, Nancy Graham, Anthelene Black, Elinor Dunn, Susan Elkins, Connie Herron.
Row l- -Katie Nutt, Genevieve Iohnson, Shirley Cunningham, Barbara Hixon, Iackie Hawkins, Sue Buser, Alia'
Houston, Rito Myers, Beverly Eyfte, Nancy Albertson, Carolyn Harris, Lois Pritchett.
JUNIOR BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row 3- lack Cunningham, Royce Iones, Benny Morris, Iohn lones, lack Swanson, Allen Shaw, Miss Canine
George Pickett, Don Manly, lame-s l-lotierth, Don Dinwiddie, George Phares, Donald Shepherd.
Row 2--Dale Leath, Harold W'eliver, Billy Thomas, Dan Showalter, Billy Servies, David Gentry, larnes Shaver
Kevin Zachary, Robert Keller, William Tilney, Wayne Surface, Bobbie Nunan, Richard Davis.
Row l-Charles Cox, Eddie Bayless, Philip Cunningham, lack Corbin, Vtfilliam Mount, Marvin Clark, Donald Long
lohn Bruce, Robert Sumner, R. B. Swanson, Ronny Domasco, David Swank, Fred Lamb.
Leil to right -Robert Burkhardt, Patsy Rudy, Nancy
Resonei, Susan Harvey, Virginia Hayworth, Martha lean
Vlells, Maxine Burget.
Standing, left to right--lane Beebe, Anna Francis
Dukes Diana Crane.
lcon Cowan, Phyllis Long, Rosalee Long.
Standing, left to right-Suzanne Beecher, Pat Taylor,
Nancy Beck, Barbara Wilson, lessie Lou Walters.
Seated, left to right--Anne Moore, Keith Gran, Shir-
EIGHTH GRADE TRIPLE TRIO
SICIYZCIIDQ, left to right-Sue Buser, Barbara Hixon,
Glenda Milligan, Beth Pollefy, Shirley Cunningham.
Marietta Coble, lackie Hawkins, Elnora Clark, Elizabeth
Seated, left to right--eMargaret Davis, Sue Allman.
Peggy Ross, Carolyn Straub, Ianiece lack, Patsy Cap'
Standing, left to right- 'Don Rankin, Robert Tague,
Gordon Henry, David Long.
Seated, left to righte-Ruth Anderson, Bettie Misch,
Richard Anderson, Phillis Williams,
Standing, left to right--David Swank, Marvin Clark,
Kevin Zachary, David Gentry, Donald Long, Don Din-
widdie, lack Cunningham, Allan Shaw.
SEVENTH GRADE TRIPLE TRIO
Seated, left to rightfCarolyn Harris, Nancy Fink,
Kay Stafford, Nancy Albertson, Anthelene Black, Marilyn
Fyffe, Barbara Gerard, Elinor Dunn.
Standing, left to right-Keith Everett, NVillie Robine
son, lack Cunningham, Kevin Zachary.
FRENCH HORN QUARTET
Seated, left to right-- Patricia Scaggs, Tom Birch,
Richard Cofer, loyce Reese.
Standing, left to right--Philip Quillin. Marvin Clark,
Seated, left tc right- Carolyn Straub, Margaret Davis,
The Band participated in many activities during the year. They played at the park during the summer months,
marched between halves at all home football games, played for basketball games, gave a short concert for the Re-
publican Rally, played for the Elks' Flag Day ceremony, were host to the United States Marine Band and played
two marches with them, served as guest band for the Wabash-Case Homecoming game, played for Knight Templars'
Convention in Indianapolis, led the county bands in the Fall Festival parade, and played for the Waynetown Horse
Show. Numerous concerts were held throughout the year.
The District Band contest was held at Attica on April 2 and the State contest in Indianapolis on April 30. The
soloists and ensembles performed at least IOU times during the year for school functions and local organizations.
The Rep Band played for out-of-town football and basketball games and for the Halloween parade.
Lltuiiding, left to right-eRichard Anderson, Richard
Howell, Robert Tague, Don Rankin, Torn Ealcle, lack
Roudebush, Richard Wright.
Seated, left to right--Robert Hole, Gordon Henry.
Lett to riglzt-lames Long, Fred Cowan, Donald
Whalen, Iarnes Stribling, Forrest Hicks, Eugene Zachary,
Grover Long, Charles Strain,
Standing, left to righte-Martha Repo, Sarah Patton,
Barbara Howard, Carolyn Hutchins, lessie Lou Walters.
MIXED CLARINET QUARTET
Seated, left to right-Bettie Misch, Richard Anderson
Beverly Zachary, Maxine Burget.
Standing, left to right-Richard Wright, Robert Ever-
ett, Lucy Cooksey.
Seated, left to right -Robert Tague, Richard Howell,
Standing, left to right-MRuth Anderson, Beverly Birch,
Gordon Howard, Keith Gran.
Seated, left to right-Robert Hcle, Charles Strain,
Mariorie Hole, Robert Garner,
IUNIOR PEP BAND
Left to right'-Donald Long, lack Cunningham, David
Elmore, David Flanigari, Gerald McKenzie, William
Mount, Marvin Clark.
Left to right--Donna Gilliland, Patricia Scaggs, Lois
Pritchett, Nancy Albertson, Carolyn Harris, Marilyn Mc-
Calment, Della Harrington.
Standing, left to right-Carcl Cunningham, Margaret
Hole, loan Trump.
Seated, left to right--Patsy Roadebush, Phyllis Deck,
Twenty-five seniors qualified for sweaters this year by meeting the following requirements: in band at least three
years, in marching band one year or a substitute for two years: in band when winning a first division in State
Band contestg or in an ensemble placing in first division at state contest. These students were Richard Anderson,
Ruth Anderson, Anne Boze, Maxine Burget, Lucy Cooksey, Tom Eakie, Robert Everett, Robert Garner, Gordon Henry,
Fred Hitch, Margaret Hole, Marjorie Hole, Richard Howell, David Long, Bettie Misch, Anne Moore, Don Rankin, lames
Robinson, Patsy Rudy, Robert Tague, Melvin VanScoyoc, Martha lean Vtlells, Phillis Williams, Richard Wright, and
The officers of Senior Band were Richard Wright, Presidentg Torn Ealcle, Vice-President, Martha Wells, Secretary:
Richard Anderson, Quartermasterg Gordon Henry, Drum Major and Student Director, Lucy Cooksey, Corresponding
Secretaryy Keith Gran, Charles Strain, and Suzanne Beecher, Assistant Quartermasters.
Standing, left to right-Alice Faye Houston, Vernon
Spaulding, lack Swanson.
Seated, left to right-Pat Roudebush, Beverly Zach-
ary, Pat Reinhardt.
GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
Standing, left to right-Carolyn Hutchins, Sylvia
Gardner, Vivian Myers, Denny Lou McDonald, Mary
Mutch, lanine Alexander, Doris DeVoto, Yolanda Earl,
Standing, left to right-'Robert Cook, George Stoker,
Seated, left to right-Marilyn Hardee, Suzanne
Beecher, Catherine Swanson.
Standing, left to righteShirley Walton, Marvin Clark,
Arthur Lorenz, Helen Harvey, Suzanne Wilson, Iohn
Bruce, Gwendolyn Burk, Mary Elliot.
Seated--lane Beebe, Martha Robinson, Ethel Birch-
field, Elizabeth Charles.
Standing, left to right-Greta Gray, Suzanne Beecher,
Donna Sowers, Io Anne Shannon, Nancy Mutch, Ianet
CORN ET TRIO
Standing, left to righte-Robert Pierson, Iames Rolin-
son, Eugene Zachary.
Seated, left to right--lack Canine, Donald Long, Torn
Standing, left to right-eYolanda Earl, Betty Grabman,
Martha Repp, Ann Weliver.
Seated, left to right-Lois Anne Byerly, Marian Ellingf
ton, Beverly Zachary.
Standing, left to righteDavid O'Neall, Paul Porter,
Robert Everett, David Remley, Charles Rogers, Robert
Seated, left to right-Iohn Marshall, Tom Elkins,
Royse Moon, Robert Burkhardt.
The following seniors were awarded pins for having completed three years in choir and having participated in
solo and ensemble contests: Nancy Resoner, Patsy Rudy, Susan Harvey, Virginia Hayworth, Maxine Burget, Mar-
tha Wells, Robert Burkhardt, Charles Rogers, Robert Everett, Robert Keedy, Thomas Elkins, and David O'Neall.
Twelve seniors were selected from choir to participate in the All State Choral Festival held at Indianapolis on
October 22, 1948.
A very impressive Thanksgiving Vesper was given by the robed choir of forty voices on Sunday afternoon,
The entire choral group presented a unique program, Fred VVaring's "Song of Christmas," with narrators and
tableaus. The S.S,S. and A.B.C. aided in this production.
For the first time in many years, the chorus presented an operetta. On March ll two performances of Oscar
Strauss "A Waltz Dream" were presented before large audiences.
Officers for the year were Robert Burkhardt, President: Susan Harvey, Vice-President, lohn Marshall, Secretary,
Treasurerp larnes Long and Virginia Hayworth, Librariansy Patsy Rudy, Robe Mistress: and Charles Rogers, Robe
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outside of classes. They were art important
and happy part of our school life. The fun
we had following our chosen leaders anol
sponsors will always be close to our
Standing, left to right -- Karl
Dickerson, lerry VanSickle, Bill
Flanigan, Mr. Wells, Mrs. Biddle.
Seated f- Shirley Cunningham,
Hazel Baker, lohn Marshall, Ed
Darnall, Bob Stiller, Phil Powell,
lack Roudebush, David Hewitt,
Don Manly, Clyde Welsh, For-
rest Hicks, Dick Linqernan.
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ln its Constitution the Student Council states as its pur-
pose "to give the student body representation in the ad-
ministration ot extra-curricular activities of the school and
to increase the morale and spirit ot the school." The
elected membership consists of one representative trom
each small senior high home room, one representative for
every thirty people in the large home rooms, three repre-
sentatives from the ninth grade, two from the eighth grade,
and one representative from the seventh grade.
During the year the Council sponsored noon dances,
scheduled pep sessions and auditorium programs, gave
assistance to the annual March ot Dimes campaign, and
supervised election of yell leaders.
Dick Lingeman was chairman of the 1948-1949 Student
Council. Mr. Freeman, Mrs. Biddle, Mr. Hoke, Mr. Mc-
Cullough, and Mr. Wells were sponsors.
The "Athenian," compiled annually by a start from the
iiorrrfr vlass, presents a history of the hiqlr school in pio
toiial and siory ierri. lt is filled with narnes and iartes,
-cones and events Lf our daily school lrie. The staff wishes
'fi express ag-gfreziratiorr to all who helped in any Way to
nal-io :ho lt-1-19 howl: rx sucvess.
Editors Susan llarvey and lvlortlia Ellen VVard.
Business lvlanaaers Charles Rogers and Beverly Zachary.
Ixrtrvities Reaina Dorothy Landon and Carole L. Williarns.
ftrt Gloria Quisenberry and Anora Lee Stewart.
Athletics Rivlrard Linqorxian and Fred Xtlarbinton.
Alumni Karl Divlcersan and Betty Goodwin.
Calendar Patricia Francis and Gordon Henry.
Musrr' David Luna and Martha lean VVells.
Pidures Richard Howell.
Typrsts Ruth Anderson, Alberta Hamilton, Barbara Golden,
and Peaqy Lewellen.
Lett to right Charles Rogers, Beverly Zachary,
lvliss Arthur tsrionsorl, Martha Ward, Strsart
Standing, Row 2 Betty Goodwin, Barlwara
Golden, Alberta Harnrlton, Susan Harvey, Martha
Vtlard, Miss firthur lsponsorl, Dick llowell, Dick
Linqeman, David Lonq.
Flow l Anora Stewart, Gloria Outsenluerry,
Carole Williarirs, Regina l.andon, Gordon Henry,
Karl Dicflcerson, Charles Rogers.
Seated Ruth Anderson, Beverly Zachary, Peaay
Levvellen, Pat Franris, Martha Wells.
President, Io Anne Shannon
Vice-President . Don Gobel
Typist ...,. Nila Barton
Lett to right--Patty Quisenberry, Beverly Clore, Lulabell Brady, Reglna Lan-
don, Fred Ewoldt, Vtfalter lacoby, Miss Martin, lack Bratton, Bob Scaggs, Gloria
Quisenberry, Marilyn Harding, Dan Hinton, Io Anne Shannon, Phyllis Biggs,
Anora Stewart, Nila Barton, Byron See, Chuck Rogers, and Shirley Howard,
Not in picture--Betty Quisenberry,
Because of their tireless efforts in decorating tor dances, holi-
days, and various student activities, the Paletteirs had a busy
The highlight ot their activities was the annual Christmas
booth where delicacies of candy, truit, and cake, and also
handicrafts were sold. Specialties were plaster angels for table
decorations: hand-decorated Christmas tree ornaments: hand-
painted trays, boxes, and Christmas cards. Decorating the
stage for the operetta was the spring project for the organization.
ln March eight students entered the National Scholastic Con-
test. Fred Ewoldt was awarded the gold key, the highest award
in the state, tor a black and white illustration. He also received
an award of merit for a cartoon. Other awards ot merit were
given to Don Gobel tor a wood carving and to Gloria Quisen-
berry tor an oil still lite and black and White crayon illustration.
GOLD AND BLUE ,
"To support all school activities" is the purpose of the "Gold and Blue," which arrives as
often as Friday afternoon comes during the school year. It almost seems automatic, but it
you will ask any one of the students on the staff, he will tell you a different story. Each week
about 100 inches of space have to be filled with news items, features, editorials, and jokes.
For the business manager, an issue ot the "Gold and Blue" means ads and bills.
A large part of the headaches connected with the weekly paper belonged to the editors,
who were Mary lvlutch, page one: Carol Cottingham, page two: Martha Repp, page threeg
and lack Roudebush, page four. The business manager was George Stoker.
This year the start welcomed Mr. Howes as the new "Gold and Blue" advisor. Mr. Biddle
supervised printing the paper on the school press.
Row 3, left to right-Mr. Howes, Shirley Clark, Anne Foley, Don Grier,
Charles Strain, Keith Gran.
Row 2-Carolyn Lamb, Janet Pearson, Ianine Alexander, Ann Cotton, Doris
DeVoto, Libby Luster, Regina Landon, Irene Marter, Pat Russell, Nancy Mutch,
Greta Gray, Roselyn Bottorft.
Row 1-Mary Mutch, Lou Sperry, lack Roudebush, Carol Cottingharn, Mar-
ln an impressive candleliqh'
ceremony on October 28, eighty-
live girls accepted solemn vows:
to uphold the high ideals for
which the Sunshine Society
Row 7, left lr: right Margaret
Cope, Marjorie Dawson.
Row l Amy Plank, Esther
Xmriiiori, lliiliy Dawsnn,
"lill's Heritage" was the l9-43-l949 theme ot the Sunshine
Society. The motto was "Service Above Self."
During the year the society sponsored a "Get-Acauainted'
picnic, a formal Sweetheart Ball, a Dad and Daughters' Chili
Supper, a Mothers' Tea, and an impressive installation ot new
otticers. With the Athenian Booster Club, the Sunshine girls
co-sponsored the Harvest Hop and a "Little Abner and Daisy
Mae" party. Tn co-operation with the state program, the orf
ganization contributed to the State Riley Hospital Fund. Pourf
teen delegates attended the District Convention at Frankfort
on Qctober 2, thirty-one delegates attended the State Conven-
tion at New Castle on March 25.
The otticers were Esther War'ren, Presidenty Margaret Cope,
Vice'President7 Marjorie Dawson, Secretaryp Ruby Dawson,
Corresponding Secretaryg and Amy Plank, Treasurer. The
cabinet members were Susan Harvey, Phillis Vlfilliams, lanine
Alexander, Pat Sinclair, Ianet Pearson, Beverly Stewart, loy
Fredrick and Shirley Todd.
Sponsors were Mrs. Evelyn Shiite, Mrs. Lucile Reddish, Mrs.
Mabel Smith, and Miss Mary M. Schweitzer.
President ..... Karl Dickerson
Vice-President ..... Bob Stiller
Secretary ....... Bill Flaniqan
Treasurer .... Dick Wright
Reporter .... Fred Worbinton
Sergeant-at-Arms . . Don Froedge
ATHEN IAN BOOSTER CLUB
The A.B.C., composed of boys in grades 10, ll, and l2, co-
operated with the school program by sponsoring the Safety
Patrol, providing ushers at all athletic games, taking charge ot
concessions at all football games, and helping the Sunshine
Society in their annual Christmas distribution. The club co-
sponsored, with the Sunshine Society, the Harvest Hop and the
"Hard Times" party. The boys' help and co-operation were
available to all organizations at all times.
The year's programs included Major Norwood Hughes,
"Your lndiana National Guardug lohn Marshall, magiciany Pep
Band: and panel discussions on the subject, "How to lmprove
Standing of Athletic Teams in Qur School" and "Student Gov-
ernment in C. H. S.-fDo We Want More or Less?"
The cabinet included Don Hayes, lack Roudebush, and Sam
Evans. Sponsors were Mr. Lalrollette and Mr. Chase.
Standing, left to right --Mr. Chase, sponsorp Mr. LaFollette, sponsor.
Seated---Bill Flanigan, lack Houdebush, Don Hayes, Fred Warbinton, Dick
Vtfright, Karl Dickerson, Don Froeclge, Bolo Stiller, and Sam Evans.
Standing, left to right- -Mr.
Wells, Charles Rogers, Don Grier,
Bob Garner, lim Long, Ryan
Shaw, Nancy Besoner, Don
liayes, Sam Dunbar.
Seaied-- Dick Howell, Nella
Hunter, Anne Foley, Paul Porter.
Row 3, left to right--Lawrence
Brewer, Audrey Wolfe, Don Shep-
herd, Denny McDonald, lack Cor-
Bow 2 Mr. Gabbert, Librar-
ian, Byron See, Bob Wilkinson,
Bill Vtfilhite, Dick Byrd, Bob
Bow l--Bob Harding, Delta Mae
Clore, Virginia Shillings, Cherry
Young, Lee Utterback.
The Up-N-Atom, which is affiliated with the
Science Clubs of America, a national or-
ganization, has as its purpose the pursuit of
Bi-monthly meetings were held in Boom
200. Club members performed experiments
and gave reports on up-to-date scientific
achievements at each group meeting.
Officers for this year were Sam Dunbar,
President, Charles Rogers, Vice-President:
Nella Hunter, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Wells
was sponsor of the club.
Our school library, under the direction of
Mr. Gabbert, ably fulfills the purpose of a
library as defined by lohn Colburn:
"Por the individual and for the group, the
library serves pupils, teachers, and adminisf
trators with books, magazines, pamphlets,
clippings, papers, pictures, maps and at-
lases, illustrative materials, records, slides,
films, and other types of aural and visual
instructional and reference materials. More-
over, it becomes a teaching agency with a
positive, active program for giving all pupils
instruction and practice in using the library
and its tools and getting the maximum of
pleasure and profit out of the available ma-
The Spanish Club has as its aim to get
more information about Spanish-speaking
countries. The programs the club enioyed
during the year prove that they attained
their goal. For example, Mrs. Pfersick showed
slides on Mexico, and on April 14 the Span-
ish Club shared their program with the whole
school when Dr. LeZotte of Wabash College
also showed slides on Mexico.
The officers were Doris DeVoto, Presidentg
Raymond Moon, Vice President, and Nancy
Resoner, Secretary-Treasurer. Miss Brunk
was the sponsor.
Servi Latinae, the Latin Club, was organ-
ized for the purpose of furthering interest in
and gaining knowledge of Roman culture.
The club held regular monthly meetings,
and several small groups gave skits de-
picting some phase of the Roman civili-
The club elected David O'Neall and For-
rest l-licks, Consulsg Marjorie Dawson,
Quaestorg and Edward Darnall, Aedile.
Miss Gierz was sponsor.
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Row 3, left to rights-Ronnie
Vance, Robert Garner, Sara Nele
son, Nancy Resoner, Doris De-
Voto, Ruth Ann Patrick, Royse
Moon, Don Stribling.
Row 2--- Miss Brunk, Bill Cum-
mings, lohn lones, Carolyn
Straub, Mary Mitchell, Diane
Crawford, Chloibelle Apple, lanet
Pearson, Don Cox, lack Cunning-
Row l-Bill Hill, Ann Hutson,
Anora Stewart, Carol Cunning-
ham, Susie Resoner, Dawn Reich-
ard, Rita Scaggs, Dick Cofer.
Row 3, left to right1Miss Gierz,
Pat Francis, Ray Binforcl, Susan
Row 2--Hazel Baker, Ann Cot-
ton, Margaret Rhodes, Tom Sho-
walter, Forrest Hicks, Nancy
Row l - Ioanne Lentz, Mar-
garet Grier, Sue Fry, Nancy
Mutch, Ellen Binford.
Page Eigh ty-jive
Senior Honor Society
Row 2, left to right4David
Long, Karl Dickerson, Martha
Wells, Ruby Dawson, Mrs. Smith,
Martha Ward, Susan Harvey,
Don Hayes, lerry VanSickle.
Row l--Richard Lingeman,
Gloria Quisenberry, Anora Stew-
art, Charles Rogers.
Iunior Honor Society
Row 3, left to right- Shirley
Cunningham, Carolyn Roberts,
Sarah Nelson, Morton Paterson,
Alan Shaw, lohn lanes, Don
Manly, Marietta Coble, Nancy
Graham, Marie Hose, Carole
Row 2-Mr. Burns, Ioyce Goble,
Peggy Conway, Beth Polley, El-
nora Clark, Suzanne Wilson, lo-
Anne Elkins, Linda Evans, Mr.
Biddle, Mr. Iames.
Row l-Peggy Ross, Margaret
Davis, Sue Allman, Susie Res-
oner, Kevin Zachary, Richard
Ford, Shaila VanSickle, loy Fred-
ericlcs, Ann l-lutson, Barbara
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY
To be elected into membership of the Sen-
ior Honor Society is to have achieved the
greatest honor and recognition Crawfords-
ville High School affords a student. The
members elected by both student and fac-
ulty vote must qualify in the virtues of char-
acter, leadership, scholarship, and service.
Officers for this year were Gloria Quisen-
berry, Presidentg Anora Stewart, Vice Presi-
dentg Richard Lingernan, Secretary, and
Charles Rogers, Treasurer. Mrs. Mabel Smith
IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
lunior High students who have completed
two full semesters with an average grade of
90, or country students who enter in the
ninth year and attain QU average the first
semester, are eligible for membership in the
National lunior Honor Society. Selections
are made by the faculty who consider the
qualities of character, leadership, scholar-
ship, and service of each candidate.
The officers Were Ronny Martin, Presi-
dent, lack Bratton, Vice President, and Sue
Allman, Secretary. The sponsors were Mr.
Burns, Mr. lame-s, Mr. Biddle, and Miss
AUDIO VISUAL AIDES
Visual education is recognized as a vital
force in modern education. Through the ef-
forts of the Audio Visual Aides, films were
shown in Room ll7 for the enjoyment and
enlightenment of the students and faculty.
The Aides also controlled the public address
system during auditorium programs and pep
The l948-l949 officers were David Rem-
ley, President: Iohn Kinkead, Vice-President,
loy Frederick, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. lack-
son was in charge of equipment and aides:
Mr. Gabloert was in charge of orders, sched-
ules, and audio visual materials.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Vocational agriculture students Were mem-
bers of F. F. A., a national organization. Their
motto was "Learning to do, doing to learn,
learning to live, living to serve."
On April 20 a "crops" team participated
in the district contest in Frankfort.
Officers were Dick Henderson, Presidenty
Ray Binford, Vice-President: Glen Todd,
Treasurerg Dwight Cox, Secretary: Ross Iol-
ley, Reporter, and Don Froedge, Sentinel
Mr. Cross was sponsor.
Audio Visual Aides
Row 2 V-David Remley, Mr,
Iackson tsponsorl, Don Boots,
Ronald Martin, Sam Evans, Don
Gobel, Mr. Gabbert fsponsorl.
Row lf -David Elmore, Elinor
Coffel, Ioy Frederick, Ronald
Bradley, Bob Mason, Charles
Rogers, Theron Lowe.
Row 2, left to right- 'Lonnie
Birchfield, Carl Cook, Fred Buz-
zaird, Malcolm McDonald, Bob
Shuler, Bob Thomas, Ronald
Thompson, Ed Walton, Mr. Cross
Row l-Lawrence Brewer, Dale
las Swank, Frank Switzer, Wayne
lacoby, Keith Willis, Dale Kreps,
Pagr' Eigh ty-smfmz
BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS
Maintaining the standards ot C. H. S. pub-
lications by selecting capable editors and
reporters tor the "Gold and Blue" and en-
deavorinq to stimulate interest in school jour-
nalistic fields are the aims of the Board ot
Publications. This board determines iour-
nalistic policies tor the school publications.
Members who were elected by the Quill
and Scroll were Susan Harvey, chairman,
Bill Flaniqan, and Fred Warbinton. Faculty
advisors were Miss Arthur, Miss Schweitzer,
and Mr. Howes.
Board of Publications
Left to riqht-Miss Schweitzer,
Mr. Howes, Susan Harvey, Bill
Flaniqan, Fred Warbinton, Miss
Quill and Scroll
Standing--Mr. Howes, Dick
Howell, Bill Flaniqan, Ierry Van-
Sickle, Fred Warbinton, Dick
Linqeman, Miss Arthur.
Seated-Beverly Zachary, Su-
san Harvey, Anne Foley, Gloria
QUILL AND SCROLL
Quill and Scroll, sponsored by the Board
ot Publications, is an international honorary
society ior hiqh school journalists. This in-
cludes starl members on both the "Athenian"
and the "Gold and Blue." Members must be
juniors or seniors and in the upper third of
their classes scholastically. They must be
recommended by the Board ot Publications
tor superior work in the journalistic field.
Officers for 1948-1949 were Susan Harvey,
President, Bill Flaniqan, Vice-President: and
Fred Warbinton, Secretary. Sponsors were
Miss Arthur and Mr. Howes.
The Sunshine Society sponsored the Hos-
pital Aides, composed ot twenty-eight girls
who gave their time and energy to volunteer
work in Culver Hospital. Their services con-
sisted ot carrying trays to patients on second
and third floors between tive and six-thirty
P. M. daily.
Barbara Howard, chairman, was in charge
oi planning schedules and arranging sub-
stitutions trorn a long list ot volunteers. Mrs.
Evelyn Shute was sponsor tor the group.
The Salety Patrol, which is rnade up ot
volunteers trorn A. B. C., rendered invaluable
service to students and citizens.
Although the safety patrol has been lunc-
tioning tor ten years, the organization was
divided two years ago into a senior high pa'
irol and junior high patrol. This year Bob
Everett was senior high chiety Bob Keedy,
inspectory Mr. LaEollette, sponsor. Damon
Hamm was junior high chief: Mr. Crater,
Row 2' -loyce Tilney, Susie
tlesoner, Mary Akers, Betty Lili
ka, Margaret Cope, Doris Nnnan,
Marian Robinson, Phyllis Black,
Paula Vlfalden, Mrs. Shiite.
Bow l Peaay Lewellon, lanot
Pearson, Sylvia Gardner, Cara
lyn Lamb, Birth Dillinger, Max
ine Burget, Ann Tliornas, Nila
Barton, Mary Mitrhell, Margaret
Biggs, Barbara Howard, Roliwrta
Birsenbark, Andrey Heath.
Row Billy Burks, Vinson:
Posthauer, Paul Porter, Fred
White, Norman Curnrnings, Bolr
Keedy, Don Warren, Fred Ouiltin,
Lawrence Brewer, Donald Roach,
Row l Larry Simpson, Don
Cox, Phil Powell, Torn Prince, lint
Robinson, Melvin VanSc'oyoc, Bolt
Everett, Don Manly.
Row 3-Carolyn Lamb, Carol Barkalow. Carol Cottingham, Pat Sinclair, Nancy Mutch, Mary
Adams, Pat Rinehart, Sylvia Gardner, Pat Roudebush, Margaret Rhodes, Carolyn Haslam, Pat
Gleason, Lucille Redenbaugh, Mrs. Betty Smith.
Row 24Beverly Stewart, Greta Gray, Marjorie Dawson, Ellen Biniord, Mary Mutch, Shirley
Clark, Vivian Myers, Betty Robinson, jeanette McCollough, Alberta Gibson, Mary Elliot, Marjorie
Kinkead, Peggy Wooden.
Row lfBeverly Wall, joyce McGuire, Beverly Zachary, Pat Livingston, Charlotte Eubanks,
Betty Munn, joanne Hose, Sharleen Eyler, Helen Crumly, Amy Plank, Ruby Dawson.
SENIOR GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Senior G. A. A., as it is popularly known, is an athletic or-
ganization which played basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis,
speed ball and many other games during the year.
On December ll the G. A. A. traveled to Alexandria for a
volleyball play day, and on April Zl, ten girls went to lndiana
Officers State Teachers' College in Terre Haute for a play day.
President .--A- Ruby DGWSOY1 Esther Warren, Marjorie Dawson, and Ruby Dawson were
Vice-President .... Mary Elliott the local representatives to the state G. A. A. camp at Pokagon
State Park last tall.
Secretary .... Marjorie Dawson
Besides participating in various sports, G. A. A. sponsored the
Valentine Dance, where a King and Queen of Hearts were
elected, and a Sock Dance in the girls' gym after the Frankfort
Mrs. Arlene Wagner and Mrs. Betty Smith were sponsors
of the association.
Standing, left to right-Mr. Grider, Ryan Shaw, Richard Lingeman, Paul
Porter, Morton Paterson.
Seated-Anne Boze, Fred Warbinton, Pat Francis, Robert Riggs, Yolanda
Earl, Sam Dunbar, Carolyn Hutchins, Bill Flanigan.
Central Indiana Gratoricale-November 18. Yolanda Earl participated in the girls' division,
William Flanigan Won second place in the boys' division. The contest was held in Delphi.
Anna Willson Oratorical-Ianuary 25. Richard Lingeman placed first: Yolanda Earl, sec-
ond: William Flanigan, third.
American Legion Oratorical--February 16. 'William Flanigan Won the County Contest and
placed third in the District Contest at Rockville on March 2.
Rotary Oratorical-March 2. Sam Dunbar and Ryan Shaw participated. Ryan Shaw, first
place winner, competed in the group contest on March l6. The District Contest was held in
Frankfort on April 22.
Wabash Oratorical--March 12. Richard Lingeman competed in the State Contest at Wa-
DePauw Extemporaneous Speaking Contest-April 6 .Iohn Cowan represented our school
in this contest.
Paterson, Don Grier, Mrs. Gosma,
Dick Lingeman, Paul Porter, Bev-
erly Birch, Bob Riggs, Bill Flani-
qan. Not in picture' f-Don Schrei-
Paterson, Fred Warbinton, Ray
Moon, Charles Rogers, Dick How-
ell, Bob Keedy, Don Akers, Sam
Dunbar, Ryan Shaw, Bob Riggs,
Dick Lingeman, Bill Flanigan,
Gosma, Bob Burkhardt, Paul Por'
ter, Bob Everett, David Schaaf,
Floyd Pegler, Duane Neel, Keith
Gran, Don Grier, Tom Elkins,
Fred Bayless, Don Hayes, lerry
VanSickle, Burton Hofferlh, Dave
Row 5, left lo right--Morton
Row 4, left to right -Morton
Row 3--fMr. Crecelius, Mrs.
Row 2-- Mr. Grider, Beverly
Birch, Martha Repp, Carol Cot-
tingham, lessie Lou Walters,
Barbara Howard, Lucretia Karle,
Anne Boze, Pat Francis, Anne
Foley, Pat Thomas, ludy Gegner,
Nancy Resoner, Yolanda Earl,
Row l-'Ruth Reynolds, Lou
Sperry, Helen Harvey, ludy Cor-
nell, Belly Goodwin, lackie St.
Clair, Gloria Quisenberry, Susan
Harvey, Shirley Hicks, Pat Rus-
sell, Denny Lou McDonald, la-
nine Alexander, Greta Gray,
"Resolved that the United Nations now be
revised into a Federal World Government"
was the subject debated by our affirmative
team, Don Grier and Paul Porter, and nega-
tive team, Richard Lingeman and Bill Flani-
gan. Mrs. Gosma coached the debaters.
February l7feOur affirmative team de-
feated Wiley of Terre Haute: February 21-
Our negative team defeated Wiley, Febru-
ary 23-Both affirmative and negative teams
defeated left of Lafayette in the sectional con-
test: March 10--Our teams were defeated by
Wiley in the zone contest.
The Speech Arts Club sponsored debate,
oratory, and dramatics. All members met
one of the following requirements: in an ora-
torical contest, in school playg in speech
class, Winner in tryouts.
The club presented the Thanksgiving play,
"Grapes for Dinner"p sponsored the Anna
Willson Oratorical contest: and gave a three-
act play in the spring.
Officers were Richard Lingeman, Presi-
dent: Charles Rogers, Vice-President: Loretta
Sperry, Secretaryg Nancy Resoner, Treasurer.
Mr. Grider, Mr. Crecelius, and Miss Gierz
were club sponsors.
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IUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
The Iunior Dramatic Club is an organiza-
tion for the presentation of plays by junior
high students to entertain others as well as to
gain experience in the art oi play acting and
The club presented a Christmas play, "The
Shepherds and the Wise Men," before junior
and senior high schools. On April 22 "Wilcat
Willie's Lucky Number" was presented.
Officers were loy Frederick, Presidentg
Marietta Coble, Vice President: Sue Buser,
Secretary: and Shaila VanSickle, Treasurer.
Sponsors were Miss Pitkin, Mrs. Gosma, and
IUNIOR GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSN.
Members of lunior G. A. A. are seventh
and eighth grade girls who are interested in
athletics and strive to develop sportsman-
ship and further their skill in sports.
The girls may earn a lunior G. A. A. shield
by attending four out ot six meetings in a
series, and by participating in an unorgan-
ized activity tor a specified time.
Officers for 1948-1949 were Shirley Cun-
ningham, President: Peggy Conway, Vice-
President: and Linda I-Iesler, Secretary-Treas-
urer. Miss Pitkin sponsored the group.
I unior Dramatic Club
Row 4, left to right-Kevin
Zachary, lack Swanson, Iunior
Gustafson, Dick Cofer, Morton
Paterson, Allen Shaw, Vernon
Spaulding, Ernest Patrick, Don
Dinwiddie, lack Cunningham.
Row 3-Carolyn Straub, Patsy
Simonds, Diane Crawford, Lucille
Kyger, Marietta Coble, Ioan Els
kins, Beth Polley, Linda Evans.
Row 2---Ianiece lack, loy Fred-
erick, Shirley Cunningham, Peggy
Ross, Iackie Hawkins, Rita
Scaggs, Nancy Graham, Sue
Buser, Mary Sylvia Walden,
Phyllis Slate, Carolyn Roberts.
Peggy Conway, Genevieve Iohn-
son, Marilyn Miene, Lulabell
Brady, Dawn Reicharcl.
Row l-Barbara Sommer, Sue
Allman, leanette McCollough, Pat
Henderson, Donna Eyler, Donna
Gilliland, Shirley Todd, Delores
Eblin, Barbara Wolfe.
Iunior G. A. A.
Row 3, left to right-Betty Eden,
Elnora Clark, Nancy Ellis, lacky
Hawkins, Marilyn Isaacs, Miss
Pitkins, Ioan Elkins, Linda Evans,
Marietta Coble, Marie Hose, Shir-
Row 2- Shirley Cunningham,
Sylvia Walden, Beth Polley,
Nancy Graham, Peggy Conway,
Row 1-Martha Walling, Nancy
Snider, Beverly Ryker, Eleanor
Bill Flcmigcm, Pai Francis, Darlene Iones, lim Long
Mrs. Florence Hungate, Assistant Secretaryy Miss Mary Guilliarns, Secre-
tary: Mrs. Mary Edith Kinnaman Moe, First Vice-President: Miss Harriett
Flaningam, Assistant Secretary: Mr. Herbert Morrison, Treasurer, Mrs. Esther
McClamroc1c Pollom, Assistant Secretary.
Since the first commencement exercises in 1877, Crawfordsville High School has graduated
4,951 students. CThe Class of 1949 will swell this number to 5,086.1 Graduates are scattered
from Maine to California and into foreign lands. Addresses in the alumni files include Af-
ghanistan, Alaska, South America, Iapan, Germany, etc.
Reunions in some form have been in existence since 1878. More elaborate reunions, in-
cluding banquets and dances, have been held for the past fifty years. The seventy-second
annual reunion was held at Crawfordsville High School on May 28. Classes whose numeral
years end in 4 and 9 had special celebrations. Several classes, such as 1915, 1924, and
1945, also hold summer or winter reunions.
TO THE CLASS OF 1949
Crawfordsville High School has long been charac-
terized by a loyalty which expresses itself in a spirit
of kindliness and aifection which binds alumni, stu-
dents, and faculty together as one great family.
lt is the sincere desire of the alumni association
that you who stand on the threshold of life will long
remember the pleasant experiences, the achieve-
ments and inspirations of your high school days.
"All that you are planning for
ln days ahead of you,
All that you are hoping for
And looking forward to,
All the best that life can bring
Along your future way,
All that means your happiness
We wish for you today."
Crawfordsville Alumni Association
Dorothy Everson Elmore, President
Dorothy Everson Elmore,
ln a survey taken in the senior class, it was learned that the following are second genera-
tion graduates of C. H. S.
Phyllis Biggs ..................
Lillian Coahran .......
Karl Dickerson .........
Bill Flanigan ...,.....
Betty Goodwin ............
Virginia Hayworth .........
Lucretia Karle ..........
Bill Krug .............
Bettie Misch ..........
Royse Moon .............
Gloria Quisenberry .......
Nancy Resoner ......,.....
Bob Riggs .,.........
Glen Todd ........,.,......
Beverly Zachary .........
.........Gi1bert Biggs, 1926
.........Wi11iam H. Coahran, 1927
.........Mrs. Mary Jeannette Herron Dickerson,
Karl Dickerson, 1925
.........EdWin Flanigan, 1925
.........Mrs. Ruth Stout Goodwin, 1920
.........Mrs. Mary Hymer Hayworth, 1918
.........Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace Karle, 1924
Albert B. Karle, 1916
.........C1yde Krug, 1921
Mrs. Loretta Walters Misch, 1927
Mm-UEd Misch, 1925
.........Mrs. Ella Kostanzer Moon, 1916
H. Royse Moon, 1915
Edith Iackson Quisenberry, 1930
. ...,,.. Mrs. Helen McC1uskey Resoner, 1924
Mrs. Margaret Vaughn Riggs, 1916
.........Car1 S. Todd, 1911
....,....1esse M. Zachary, 1927
WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER . .
-School againl "Gee, l had fun this summer," was one of the familiar cries
- --'- We began our football season by playing Delphi and losing, 19-U.
ililveryone was home from the State Fair and school really started rolling.
eeThe annual Sunshine Get-Acquainted Picnic was held at Milligan Park.
---We lost a hard fought game to Noblesville in our first home game of the
season, 3-12. After the game the Sunshine Society sponsored a dance.
fShortridge trampled us, 34-lil, after a close first half.
-The football team traveled to Sheridan and was defeated, 6-O.
f-The District Sunshine Convention was held at Frankfort. Fourteen girls
attended from Crawfordsville.
--Mr. Alexander was the speaker at our second annual Guidance Clinic.
-West Lafayette came here and defeated our football team, 19-O.
l5-Six weeks tests--those first tests always seem the hardest.
-Danville came here and played havoc with our team. The final score
elef-f paid us a visit. Did we give them a tussle? The final score, however,
was 39-12. They also gave us some red paint on our steps.
2021-22-Hurrah! Teachers' Institute in Indianapolis kept the faculty busy,
and the students enjoyed a vacation of two and one-half days.
-First grade cards were issued, and sighs of both relief and anguish were
--An impressive Sunshine initiation was held for grades 9, lO, ll, l2.
-Our team came through and beat Greenfield in the last game, lZ-7.
fCrawfordsville was honored to have the United States Marine Band play
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Hag Week! The teachers and underclassmen couldn't decide who looked
the worst-the senior boys or senior girls.
llfMrs. Marguerite Soule Shoemaker gave an interesting and informative
talk on "Marine Wonderland."
12-fSenior Band Concert was held.
l8f-eBill Flanigan and Yolanda Earl competed in the Central Indiana Oratorical
Contest. Congratulations, Bill.
l9efFrankfort ran away with our basketball team in the first game of the
season. We were feeling down-hearted, but soon felt somewhat better
when We Went to the G. A. A. Sock Dance.
23WThe Speech Arts Club presented a Thanksgiving play called "Grapes for
24e-eWe played Noblesville and lost again.
24-25--Thanksgiving vacation finally arrived. We were on our own for four
l-ffMr. I. I. Lynch, a trick shot archer, gave us some interesting ideas about
archery. Weren't you scared, Pat and Dick?
3--Tempus fugit! The second six weeks were over. Lebanon, our old rivals,
paid us a visit and made up for their two losses last year.
10-eSecond Vocational Guidance Program was held.
The Athenians traveled to Brazil and were defeated once more.
14-This time the team went to Bloomington and lost again.
17-Garfield beat us this time.
22-School Concert and Christmas Program began the Yuletide activities.
23-V-A Christmas pageant was sponsored by the Chorus and the Sunshine
We delivered Christmas cheer baskets all afternoon.
Christmas vacation began.
25-We hope everyone had a Merry Christmas.
28-The Sunshine Society sponsored the Sweetheart Ball.
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l-The basketball team defeated Michigan City and Elwood to bring home
a trophy. Nice work, fellows!
4w-West Lafayette were our visitors and defeated the team.
7eWe saw a close game at Clinton, but we were defeated.
l4-The team was on the road again and chalked up a victory for C. H. S.
This time we defeated Washington of lndianapolis. The pep band was
there playing all the time.
18-We lost another home game, this time to Franklin.
24-Another six weeks had passed. We seniors were now half way through
our senior year.
25-Second semester began. The Anna Willson Oratorical Contest was held.
Richard Lingeman placed first: Yolanda Earl, secondg and Bill Elanigan,
28-Although we lost to Lebanon, the boys showed much improvement.
l-We were defeated again. This time Martinsville was our rival.
4fThe team came back and beat the Attica Ramblers, who were rated about
fifth in the state.
5iSome members of the Music Department went to Terre Haute and brought
8-Well, we beat leff, last year's state champs!
ll--The Music Department gave one of their annual concerts.
lO-Mr. Walter Everrnan gave a colorful lecture on Liquid Air.
l4-Mr. Frederic Sjobiarn, a pianist, gave us a special auditorium program.
l6+Bill Elanigan and Morris Smith of Linden competed for the American Legion
Speech Contest. Bill won. Congratulations!
18-Mr. Maynard Darnall, former superintendent of city schools, suffered a
fatal heart attack in Bloomington, Indiana.
l8-Shortridge was too tough for our team.
The G. A. A. sponsored the Valentine Dance. Esther Warren and Karl
Dickerson, steadies all through high school, were crowned queen and king
24-25-26-Sectional tourney. This year we had games in the morning, also.
Waveland beat Crawfordsvillel Many tears were shed.
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Only twelve more weeks of school were lett.
The students rated a day's vacation, for the teachers had an all-day
Something new was added. Instead ot a regular concert, an operetta, "A
Waltz Dream," was held.
A special assembly program was held. Albert Franklin, baritone, enter-
tained us with lndian folk songs.
"How many people were fooled at the lunior-Senior Banquet?" Surely
none of the seniors were.
l9fSpring vacation gave us a short rest. At least the kids weren't playing
We just got back to school and realized that another six weeks had passed.
The seniors' last auditorium program was Piero Pierotic, a baritone.
Senior class play.
The Music-Parents held their pot-luck dinner.
"Wasn't the prom fun?"
Baccalaureate made us realize our senior days were almost over.
Memorial Day was observed. School was dismissed.
Our senior picnic at last. We certainly had fun, but climbing up hills
makes one rather tired.
Commencement night came all too soon. With heavy hearts we went to
the stage to receive our diplomas.
Farewell, C. H. S. Our senior year is over. For us there will be no more
high school assemblies, high school dances, or sitting with our gang at
the games. We will be separated from our friends, each going out into the
world to seek his or her own success, but we will always remember our
senior year at C. H. S.
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Row 2, left to right-Mr. Raymond Kline, Mr. Pearl Maines, Mr. Roy Thompson.
Row l-Mr. Claude Harmless, Mr. Vfalter Long, Mr. Henry Banks, Mr. lacob Gerrold,
To seven hard-working men goes the credit for the neat appearance ot the
high school building and the grounds. These men are constantly waging a
never-ending war on dirt. Inside the building they are busy the year round
keeping the floors clean, the desks and seats dusted, the stage in order, the
chairs in line for programs, the furnaces fired, the windows polished, the
waste baskets emptied, the boards clean, and the corridors spotless. Outside
the building they keep the lawns mowed, the leaves raked, and the walks free
from ice. While we enjoy vacations in the summer, they are busy preparing
the building for another year of school.
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Our Thanks To
ALBERSHARDT FURNITURE COMPANY
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY
BANTZ DRUG STORE
BEATRICE FOODS COMPANY
BEN HUR SPORTS SHOP
IOSEPH BINFORD 6. SON
BURGET'S MEAT MARKET
BURROUGHS BROTHERS' SHOE STORE
THE CLEVELAND BAKERY
IACK COOK'S GRILL
CORNER GIFT SHOP
CRAWFORDSVILLE DRY CLEANERS
R. R. DONNELLEY 6. SONS
ELSTON BANK 6. TRUST COMPANY
FANNY-BEE STYLE SHOP
FARMERS COOPERATIVE CREAMERY
GERRY'S RADIO SERVICE
GOODMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
HAZEL'S BO-KA SHOPPE
R. M. HORNER GARAGE
HOWELL-GOODWIN PRINTING COMPANY
PAUL HUSTING MOTORS
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Our Thanks To
INDIANA GAS 6. WATER COMPANY
KRUG PLUMBING COMPANY
BOB LAYNE'S INSULATION 6. ROOFING
PERRY LEWIS COMPANY
B. N. LINGEMAN, M. D.
MCFARLAND 6 MILLER MONUMENT WORKS
MONTGOMERY COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY
MONTGOMERY WARD 6 COMPANY
NYE BOOE DRUG STORE
I. C. PENNEY COMPANY
MINNIE PETT'S FLOWER SHOP
R. 6 M. BOOK STORE
E. K. RESONER COMPANY
SCHLOOT FURNITURE COMPANY
SCHULTZ 6 SCHULTZ BOOK STORE
SNAPPY SANDWICH SHOP
THE SPORTSMAN'S SHOP
STECK'S CLOTHING STORE
E. L. STOKER 6. SON
SYMMES 6: WILLIAMS ELECTRIC, INCORPORATED
PAUL TIPPETT. INCORPORATED
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VAL-U DRESS SHOP
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INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY
HOWELL-GOODWIN PRINTING COMPANY
R. R. DONNELLEY AND SONS COMPANY
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