Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1952 volume:
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'so-named because flue lndlans
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ELKHART IS A BEAUTIFUL CI
The S+. Joe and ihe Elkhari' rivers flow quieily
'rhrough our +own, iheir sireams winding pasi faciories
parks and homes. The homes, modesi or prefeniious,
line free-shaded sireeis wiih backyards and gardens
sloping down +0 fhe river. Our parks, large and
numerous, are beaufifully planied wi+h frees and
flowers. Faciories are numerous, +his being an
indusirial 'rown, wifh modern well-lighied buildings.
Spires of churches are li'F+ed foward +he sky, many
churches, we are a church-going iown.
Driving ihrough Elkhari, one is aware of +he naiural
beaufy of our fown, Hs many scenic views, wha'rever
+he season, and fhe evidences of +he pride and
civic-mindedness of i+s cifizens.
Our iown is a beaufiiul fown and we love ii.
Quief. peaceful Riverside Drive
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and ELKHART IS A Pnoen:sTfvE cur.
Band insfrumenf cenfer of flle world
Producls labeled Elkhart Indiana, go all over lhe
world. This is especially lrue of musical insfrumenfs.
Sixly-five per cenl' of all lhe musical inslrumenls made in
flue world are manufaclured here.
A lown of nearly 40,000, Elkharl is a busy, evergrowing
Ellchar+'s indus+ries are varied and
numerous. More 'rhan 200 induslrial
planfs, mos? of +hem locally owned,
produce everyfhing from one-inch T.V.
'rubes lo 38-fool' +railers.
Formerly a railroad cen+er, Ellcharl' is
s+ill a ferminal.
Wirh a home-owned newspaper and a
radio s'ra+ion +ha+ operares eighreen
hours daily, Ellcharl' keeps in louch wi+h
Culfurally, our +own is aferf, foo. We
have our own symphony, municipal band,
ar+ league and an exfensive public
Bur mosfly, if is 'rhe spirif of a ci+y rhal
'rells 'rhe s'rory and fhe alerfness,
progressiveness, and happiness of The
communily are evidence fhal' Elkharl'
is abreasl' of +he fimes.
line of fhe counfry
From vifamins fo sedafives
A GREAT PLACE T0
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Surrounded by lakes for swimming, fishing and
winler sporfs, Elkharl' offers many kinds of recrealion.
Sfudebaker and McNaugh+on parks are supervised
and available for children in summer: accessible
parks have well-kepf fennis courfs. Swimming pools
and many picnic spols aHrac'r family and club
groups, while nearby lakes offer ideal vaca+ion
pleasures. Elkharfans can and do have fun.
Fun on Hle McNaughfon Park fennis courf
Jusf a lazy affernoon
Phyllis Harfley and Mrs. Conley, her
Elkharl' has always been a lown
where jobs were plen+i'Ful
and working condifions good.
The cily governmenl' serves lhe
people well. The public schools
are nofed for fheir high slandards
and excellenf leaching slaff. An
efiicienl police, fire, and lraffic
deparlmenl is always on duly.
Besides +he hospilals, many
charilable organizalions are un-
firing in 'rheir efforfs lo care for
fhe ill, +he handicapped and
Rog. fhe friendly cop
The Morgans, new-comers. are welcomed by fhe Organs
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Mr. Chesfer Huffman
HARTANS SERVING THE CITY SCHOOLS
AH'hough each is busy wi'rh his iob or profession
lhese 'five cifizens devo+e many ex+ra hours
+o fhe many problems of +he ci+y schools.
The lasl' 'rhree years in parficular have been
harcl because of +he building program.
These civic-minded people olevo+e +heir 1'ime
unselfishly because, as Mr. Lerner said,
"We do if 'For +he boys and girls."
Mr. Sfanley Raymer Mr. Vernon Ball
Mrs. Margaref Ford Mr. Walfer Lerner
OARD OF TRUSTEES, ELKHART CITY SCHO
Each Monday nighf fhe school board meels wi'rh Mr. Rice for a long
session of planning, organizing, and discussing. Malerials are scarce
and rhere are many legal res'rric'rions 'ro add 'ro 'rheir problems.
Wifh 'rwo new grade schools and 'rhree buildings remodeled, fhe board
now looks ahead 'ro 'rhe big iob of building l'he new Junior High.
Lefl' +o righ+: Mr. Walier Lerner, lreasurerg Mr. S'ranley Raymer,
secrelaryg Mr. Vernon Ball, presidenfg Mr. Joseph C. Rice, Superinfendenl'
of Schools, Mr. Chesfer Huffman, and Mrs. Margarei' Ford.
Alfhough Supf. Rice's job has been a hard
one, he evidenfly likes if here foo, as he has
signed his confracf for anofher fhree
years in Elkharf.
Supf. J. C. Rice
Mosf of us in high school clon'f know him
personally, buf given brief glimpses, we have
found him friendly, pleasanf, and good
nafured. He does like sporfs.
Mr. Wm. Wollenweber, Supf. of Buildings and Grounds, Mr. Maurice Burns
Mr. Hendrickson, principal. shows fhe por
'Phe proposed unifs for Rice School
BUILD, PLAN and DREAM
Each of lhe lhirleen grade schools in Elkharl' is facing fhe
problem of increased enrollmenls. In all 'rhe problems of +he
schools, principals like Mr. Hendrickson labovel find lhe P.T.A.
members a grea'r help. From lhe mommies who bake cookies for
kindergarfen parfies, up ihrough fhe grades +o lhe fafhers who lake
par+ in panel discussions a+ high school P.T.A. meelings, 'rhe
parenls and aclminislralors loin in 'rhe work of 'rhe Elkharf schools.
Mr. C. P. Woodruff, principal
One of +he reasons ihe s1'uden+s like H'
here a+ EHS is because of +he wonderful
principal, Mr. Woodruff, or "Woody" as he
is offen called. Sfanding for a democraiic
school, he carries oui his 'iheory by
healing everyone equally. Besides doing
his official dulies as a principal, he
'fakes lime ouf +o be a pal +o ihe kids, 'ro
help +he s+uden+ body wifh Hs problems.
Wiihouf his friendly smile, hearly laugh,
and helpful manner, EHS iusf wouldn'1'
be +he same.
Miss Myngle Dorseh' and Mr. Glenn Updike. deans
THE GUIDANCE STAFF S
Very hard working people in EHS are 'rhese counsellors.
Each fall lhey spend many hours planning rhe programs
of each sludenl. These six people give fheir lime
unselfishly in helping The sludenls wilh lheir problems of
choosing courses, picking eleclives and solving ofher difficullies.
Il a sfudenl' has any doubls, he knows lhal he can
lurn lo his counsellor 'for help.
Anolher very necessary person is Mrs. Schreiner, our
school nurse. Whenever an ache or a pain makes an
appearance, i+ can be cured or a+ leasf, helped in
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Mrs. Schreiner s dispensary. Supervisor of sch,-,og nu,-Se
Lefl' lo righf: Mr. Lesfer Kerr. Miss Kalhryn Jarvis, Mr. lvan Gill. Miss
Helen Kirkland, Miss Marie Sharp and Mr. Glen Harf
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THE EHS FACULTY...
ADAMS, NORVAL, B.S., M.S.-Biology, Science Chairman: AMSBAUGH, ANNA, B.A., M.S.-Home-
making: ANDERSON, CARL J., B.S.-Indusfriai Aris: AVERY, FRANCIS, B.A., M.A.-English, French.
BOOK, ORPHA, B.A., B.S., in L.S.-Librarian: BROUGHTON, RUTH, B.A., M.A.-English Language
Chairman: BUSCHE, LOUISE, B.A., M.A.-Engiishg BYELENE, MICHAEL, B.S.-Physicai Eciucafion.
CAMPAGNOLI, ANTHONY, B.S., M.A.-Physical Educaiion: COOPER, HARRY, B.S.-Commerce: DEAL,
JUNE E., B.S., M.S.-Commerce: DEFEW, BERTHA, B.S., M.A.-Homemaking Chairman.
DILLEN, CHRISTINE HUGHES, B.A., M.A.-English, Dramaiicsg ELMQUIST, BETTY, M.M.-Orches+ra Di-
recfor: GILL, IVAN, B.S., M.S.--Chemis+ry, Junior Counselor: GOWDY, WILLIAM, B.S.M., M.M.-Direc+or
of Vocal Music, Music Chairman.
THE EHS FACULTY...
HART, GLEN, B.S., M.S.-Indus+rieI Arfs, Sophomore Counsellor: HAMILTON, WILLIAM, B.S.-Indusfrial
Arfsg HARVEY, REX, B.S., M.S.-Mallaemaficsg HARDING, KENNETH, B.S,-Indusfrial Ar'rs.
HINES, HARRIET, B.S., M.B.A.-Commerce: ISBELL, WELFORD, A.B.-Inclusfrial Arfsg JAMES HOWARD,
B.F.A.-Arif JARVIS, KATHRYN, B.A., M.A.-Maihemalics, Sophomore Counse1or.
JONES. FLORENCE, M.S.-Social Sludlesg JORDON, RILEY, B.A.. M.A.-Social Sfudies, Chairmang KELLY,
DOROTHY, B.A., M.A.-Engllslw, Journalism, Publlcalionsg KENDALL, MARY, B.A.-Physical Educallon.
KERR, LESTER, B.S., M.A.-Mafhemalics, Senior Counselor: KING, GLADYS, B.A., M.A.-Spanish, Maflae-
malics: KIRKLAND, HELEN, M.A., Ph. B.-Commerce: KLINE, ALBERT, B.S.-Induslrial Arfs.
THE EHS FACULTY...
LIKENS, VIRGIL, B.Ed., M.S.-Science: LOWE, PAUL, B.A.-English: MATER, WILBUR, B.S., M.S.-So
cial Sfudiesg MILLINER, WILLIAM, 5.5.-Physical Educafion, Baslcefball Coach.
MORGAN, JOHN, B.S.-Induslrial Ar'rs: ORGAN, E. T.-Direclor of Vocafional and Adulf Eclucalion
ROGERS, DORRANCE, B.S., M.S.-Social Sfudies, Driver Training: RALSTON, ROBERT, B.S.-Band Direcfor
SANDS, W. E., B.S., M.A.-Social Sludiesg SAWYER, MARGUERITE, B.A., M.A.-La'Iin, English: SCHNEE-
BELI, JOYCE, B.S.-Physical Science: SCHREINER, HELEN, R.N., B.S.-Supervisor of School Nurses.
SHARP, MARIE, B.A., M.A.-English, Senior Counsellor: SICKELS, ADA, Ph.B.-English, SILCOTT, GLENN,
B.S., M.A.-Diredor of Aihleiics, Heallh and Physical Educalion Chairman: SINER, N. MARIE, B.A.,
M.A.-Commercial Deparfmenf Chairman.
SPROULL, RAYMOND, B.S., M.S.-Social Sfudiesg WAGONER, EVELYN J., B.A., M.A.-Science: WEN-
GER, GALEN, M.A., A.B.-Direcfor of Speech and Radio Workshop, WINNE, DONALD, A.B., M.A.-
Reading Clockwise: Sylvia
Donavon, Wayne Gruber.
Mrs. Riffenllouse. Mrs.
Gulll, Mrs. Sfemm, Mr.
Reibs, Mrs. Swarfs, Mr.
Peferson. Mr. Tillman. Lou
Ann Adams, Sharon Lyfell.
..AND THE P.T.A.
A very imporlam' parl' of 'lhe school is +he P. T. A. Among olher proiecls, lhe P. T. A.
eslablished a sfudenl loan fund eleven years ago. ln fhe pasl +wo years, lhree
sludenls have applied for fhe fund. Al' ihe beginning of lhe school year, lhe members
of lhe P. T. A. sold calendars +o raise money for 'rhe loan.
Several of fhe programs 'I'his year consisfed of panels such as 'Phe one piclured
above. These panels presenl 'lhe views of bolh parenls and sludenls. The mofhers, Mr.
Woodruff, and fhe cleans spend many affernoons in sludy groups, discussing fhe problems
of high school life and how lo solve fhem.
A baclc +o school nighl' in lhe 'Fall and a 'lea for lhe leachers in lhe spring are planned
fo bring Teachers and paren'I's closer iogelher.
S E N I H E R E
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Mary arranges fhe neckwear counfer af Drake s and
fears back af fhe end of her noon hour for her nexf class
Sue puzzles over Na:SO,, in fhe chem lab. Dave nn
sfudy hall, is worrying abouf his vigneffe for wrlhng lab
Joan and Sally are planning fheir discussion for effecfuve
living and fhe speech kids are rehearsing for fomorrow
nighf's speech workshop broadcasf-and fhaf s a senior s life
Going fo fhe foofball games in fhe hazy aufumn evenings
selling concessions For fhe senior class, having fun
af class parfies, yelling af fhe baskefball games worrying
abouf geffing a fickef for fhe secfionals, reglonals and
semi-finals, and planning fhaf wonderful graduafuon week
are all parf of fhe big senior year.
Exfra curricular acfivifies fake up a big share of a
senior's fime foo. Sporfs, music, deparfmenf clubs fhe
Pennanf Weekly and Annual, fhe senior play Nahonal
Honor Sociefy and many ofher organizafions leave a
senior wifh liffle spare fime.
By fhe fime a sfudenf becomes a senior, he has learned
fo know his feachers as friends, nof iusf as insfrucfors
He has overcome his fear of fhem and found fhem
fo be pleasanf, helpful and friendly.
Alfhough busy, and af fimes franfic, wifh fhe help of
feachers and friends, seniors find fime fo have fun
af EHS. No wonder fhey like if here.
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One of fhe field irips, fo 'Phe Crippled Childrerfs Cenfer
Alfhough if isn'+ required, elifecfive living is laken by
many seniors. This subieci helps one learn how 'lo
ge+ along wi+h olhers, how 'lo live effecfively, how io
improve his personalily and how +0 'l'hink. Panel
discussions, movies and special speakers make
ihis an inieresling course.
On fhe air for speech workshop
ln speech class sludcnls learn many essenlial facls
aboul public speaking, radio work and parliamen+ary
procedure. They gain valuable experience from fheir
radio broadcas+s and also from 'lrips 'ro
differenf speech confesfs.
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Carefulness means accuracy.
One of +he elec+ives seniors especially enjoy is
arl workshop. Here +hey use iheir creaiive
abiliiy in making such ihings as ihe siage props
for ihe Chrisimas choir conceri, ceramics, and
designs of Their own choosing. As 'rhis is a workshop
'I'he siuclenls are allowed +0 use 'their own iniliaiive
and depend on lheir individualiiy for ideas.
ln EHS, seniors lake such courses as auio
mechanics, clrafiing and eleciriciiy. By 'ihe 'rime
a senior has compleied one of +he shop
courses, he hes gained much valuable 'lraining
for ihal fuiure job.
Checking on fhose pisfons.
Ideas and designs fake shape.
Examining Hle innermosf parfs.
Typing calls for concenfrafion.
Sandy lakes lypingg she's on l'he commercial course.
Dick lakes journalism, one of lhe six choices a junior
has in English. Bill enjoys his lhree-hour course in The prinl'
shop, buf Kale-well, physics is lough. Homemaking is
fun 'For Jane. Why wouldn'l il be, in lhe beauliful new home
ec. kilchen? And so, a junior's life rolls along.
People oflen say lhal' lhe junior year is lhe biggesl year
in high school: many of lhe juniors around EHS agree
on lhis. Being in lhe follies, acling or working in 'lhe
class play and planning lhal' exlra special prom are
some of lhe big affairs of lhe year.
Alrhough some of lhe subjecls in lhe junior year are
much harder fhan before, lhey are numerous and varied
enough for all +he s+uden+s fo be salisfied. Besides all
of lhese choices and 'rhe class acliviliesi lhere are
many olher 'faclors which cause juniors io like il' here.
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HOMES OF TOMORROW
One semes+er of homemaking is spenf in 'ihe beauiiful
new home ec. kifchen. Here ihe girls develop an abili'ry +0
unders'rand and solve 'ihe problems which arise from fhe 'family
food budgefs. They gel a greal deal of experience from
working wi+h food, canning, making jams and jellies and 'Phe
general principles of cooking are pracficed by +he siudenfs.
A semes'rer on cloihing provides +he girls who wan+ more
experience in clolhing problems, an oppor'I'uni+y 'lo do advanced
work. Wi+h a knowledge of how 'fibers and fabrics diFFer, fhey
have an increased abilify +o evalua+e qualiiy in 'l'he ma+erials
of hand made and ready made clofhes.
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olifered. Sieve +akes speech and has his firs+
experience in hearing his own voiceg Nancy finds
lha+ Lafin isn'1' all coniugalions. Alihough finding
dozens of leaves, flowers, and bugs isn"I' easy,
s+ill biology is fun for Ann. Tom +hinks maih is
easy: Barb doesn'1', bu'r she iusf loves French.
And so, a soph's life begins.
When a sophomore comes +o EHS, a+ Firs+ he is
confused and offen discouraged, bui' as 'lime goes
on, he discovers +he friendliness of 'leachers
and upper-classmen, and adius+s +o 'I'he new and
exci+ing place called high school.
Joining clubs, going ou+ for sporls, playing in
+he band and orchesira are all par'I' of ihe sophomore
year. Becoming a pari' of +he siudenl' body is one
of +he biggesi +hrills +ha+ a soph can have.
AH'hough i+'s a li'r+le s+range a+ firsi wiih so many
decisions 'ro make, and so many new 'I'hings 'I'o learn,
mos+ sophs, by +he end of 'rhe 'lirsf year, like ii here.
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Bugs and biology are 'iwo
of 'rhe mos? used words in
a soph's vocabulary. Finding
ihe specimens, bugs, flowers.
and leaves, 'lakes up many
long hours. The s+uden'r learns
io recognize his dependence
upon o'l'her living lhings and
fo undersfand his place in
ihe scheme of nafure.
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and mosf of us like H' here.
Le'f'r +0 righlz Sealed, Miss June Deal, sponsor: Dave Thomas, presidenlg Maxine Hoadley, girls' social chairman: Jim Plank, Treasurer. Sland
ing, Jim Shuler, boys' social chairman: Bud Wenlz, vice-presidenf: Mr. Glen Har+, sponsor.
HIGHLIGHTS 0F THE '52 COMMENCEMENT
FLOWER: Yellow Rose COLORS:YelIow and Blue
MOTTO: "Knowledge Comes Bul' Wisdom Lingers".
FLOWER AND COLOR COMMITTEE: Sue Updilce, Darlene Weimer, Bernice
Galasso and Barbara Goode.
MOTTO COMMITTEE: Judy Arnold, Sandra Lauby, Bob Pelerson and Jerry SmiI'h.
GIFT COMMITTEE: Gerry He-ber+, Roland Snearly, Gene McGlasson, Eleanor Slcaife
and Verna Sikora.
APRIL 8-Senior Coke Parfy, Girls' League.
MAY 8-Senior Concerl, Band and Orches+ra, 8:00.
MAY I7-Junior-Senior Prom, Holel Elkharl, 8:30. Theme-"Moon Mis+".
MAY 22-Choir Concerf.
MAY 29-Senior Day, 9:00 a.m. Sfeering CommiH'ee: Kay Farr, Clara Mu+zI, Burch
Wa+erman, John Richard and Rosalie Adams.
JUNE I-Baccalaureale, 4:00 p.m. Speaker-Rev. Cleon Swarls.
JUNE 2-A.A.U.W. Tea, Presbylerian Church.
JUNE 3-Senior Banquer, Holel Elkharl, 6:30 p.m. Menu, Miss Deal: Decora+ions,
Maxine Headley: Program, Jean Hamman: Talenl and Music, Grace McDonnell:
Gues'rs, Cl1ris+ine Paulson: Will, Sue Swar+s: Prophecy, Henry Guzzo and Wayne
JUNE 4-Commencement 7:30 p.m., Rice Field.
CLASS OF '52
Enfering Elkharf High School in
Sepfember of '49 was a momenlous
experience for our class of '52. Our
firsi few weeks were heclic and con-
fused as we franiically hun+ed class
rooms, Ieachers, and books. How-
ever, as +he mon+I1s passed, we began
Io find our place in EHS life.
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One of our imporfanf bul' s'Irenu-
ous classes was biology. I+ Iook us
oufdoors in fall fo gafher leaves for
a scrapbook and +o ca+ch bugs for
observa+ion. Indoors, we were ex-
pecfed 'ro s+udy and recognize IOO
birds, mosfly from Ihe Uniied S+a'res.
Our las? ouiside assignmen'I was Io
ga'fI'1er and classify IOO flowers. So
fhe busy days rolled past wH'I1 les-
sons, games and ac+ivi+ies.
L. ADAMS M. ADAMS B. ALWINE R. ADAMS
B. AMSDEN V. ARKO D. ANDERSON R. ARISMAN
J. ATKINSON J. ARNOLD A. ARTER B. ARTER
W BADER D BAKER G BAILEY B BAKER
W. BELL R. BARBARO J. BARKER B. BARNES
B. BERON B. BENDER C. BILLINGS W. BICKEL
K. BINKLEY V. BLESSIN6 D. BLOSSER J. BOSS
D. BOWERS V. BOWMAN L. BREZGER T. BREWER
B. BRUGGNER V. BRANCHICK S. BROWN M. CANEN
S. CLICK B. CHESTER R. CHESTER J. CLARK
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L. DAUGHERTY e. cuLP B. DILLS B. Dei-ioFF
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Elecfion of class officers came
shorfly affer Chrisfmas vacalion. We
chose +he following: Dave Thomas,
presidenh Jerry Smiih, vice-presi-
denh Kay Miller, secreiaryp Rudy
Paque'l'+e, lreasurerg Marilyn Canen
and Bruce Lund, social chairmen. We
also selecred Miss June Deal and Mr.
Glen Hari' for our class sponsors. A
picnic ai' McNaughl'on Park closed
our firsi' year al' EHS.
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In Sepfember of '50 we found our-
selves iuniors al' iasi' wifh a busy,
happy year ahead of us. We pre-
senfed our iunior follies, "Myslic
lsle" on Oclober I9. The various acls
came ou+ of a "dry ice" misi +o per-
form for +he marooned sailor, Dave
Thomas. Our own iunior orchesfra
helped +o make our follies a never-
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The lure of a fooiball game ai'
Rice Field was more ihan enough io
induce us ou+ info +he sharp Ocfober
air fo yell "pop-corn, ice cream, and
pop." Many of us sold several Friday
nighis in succession for our various
clubs and classes which were in
charge of concessions. We were
proud of fhe juniors of our class who
made fhe varsiiy ieam.
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Af ihe half-way mark of fhe lasi'
semes+er, we decided ii was fime +o
do some iniensive sludy before +he
mad rush of spring social ac+ivi+ies.
Wifh subjecfs such as Lalin, physics,
iournalism, dramafics, U. S. hisiory,
and commercial subiecis, we had
pleniy fo do. Varied by many acfivi-
fies, fhough, school was fun.
K. DILORENZO J. DOERING R. DOYLE D. DOUGLAS
C. DUNLAP P. DUNCAN S. DIBLEY S. EICHELBERG
L. ELLISON C. ERB 6. FARNSWORTH K. FARR
L. FARCUS H. FISHER J. FERM S. FITZSIMMONS
G. FREEMAN K. FREEBY B. FRANCISCO R. FUNK
M. FURFARO A. GALASSO B. GALASSO J. GANGER
B. GALL B. GAY L. GILDNER S. GERNON CLASS RING' O
L. GILLMAN J. GODSHALK W. GRUBER B. GOOD
P. GUHL H. GUZZO J. HAID E. HAINES
J. HAINES F. HALEY J. HALL R. HAMPEL
J.YHAlv1MAN P. HAPNER P. HARTLEY G. HASSE
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J. HAYDEN K. HATFIELD J. HAYES P. HEID
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As proof fhaf we were really jun-
iors, we ordered our class rings and
waifed eagerly for 'rhem 'ro come.
Whai is more, +hey were perfecf fo
give fo our "one and only". They
will always remain a symbol of our
happy days in Ellchari' High School.
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Bruce Lund played fhe parf of 'rhe
Hoosier Schoolmasfer in our junior
class play of 'ihe same name. We
presenied 'ihe play on Friday, April
I3, 'lhe same day our iunior issue of
'rhe Pennanr Weekly came ou+ wifh
Jane+ Moran as edifor. Bofh were a
success and gave us a glimpse of +he
fun ahead in our senior year.
The Prom, lhe big evenl' on our
social calendar, was held in lhe
Afhenian Ballroom of Holel Elkharl
on May I9. We worked long and
hard on our decora+ions, +heme and
many defails. We dedicaled The
fheme, "Over lhe Rainbow," +o ihe
G. HEBERT J. HENTHORN M. HERALD M. HIGGASON
D. HERSHBERGER J. HICKMAN M. HOADLEY J. HOSTETLER
H. JONES R. HURLEY
"-'Zi".n.-f. M. HOSLER L. HUMMER
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Buried is righ+! Tha+'s +he way all
seniors feel who +alce wrifing lab or
American Problems. We found +ha+
wrifing a source lheme was no picnic.
Af+er endless hips +o lhe library and
hours of organizing malerial, we
finally handed in a paper on which
we had really worked. We could only
hope 'lha+ E+ wasn'+ a fore+as'l'e of
R. JOHNSON R. JOHNSON J. KEMNITZ J. KERSHNER
P. KIDDER J. KISER W. KREIGHBAUM J. LAMB
M. LAMBDIN J. LAU S. LAUBY J. LINIUN
P. LITKE C. LINN C. LOCKWOOD P. LUEBKE
J. LIVINGHOUSE B. LUND
E. LUEFLING R. LUT1
T. LUTZ M. MAHAR D. MANN E. MASS
E. McCLOUGHAN G. MCDONNELL S. MCELROY
T MCELROY N McINTlRE 6 MCGLASSON R MclNTIRE
W. McLAUGHLIN C. MILLER
R. MOORE F. MEYERS
T ALL THE WPY
Elec+ions 'For our senior year were
even more imporl'an'I' +han fhe +wo
preceding years had been. Buf Dave
had done a prelly good iob of lead-
ing our class, so he headed +he officer
lis+: Dave Thomas, presidenh Bud
Wenh, vice - presidenh Chrisiine
Paulson, secre+aryg Jim Plank, +reas-
urerg Maxine Hoadley and Jim
Shuler, social chairmen.
ln November our guidance council
provided a very worlhwhile program
for seniors in lhe form of College
Night Colleges were represenled
from Indiana, Iliinois, Michigan and
several o+her siales. Affer 'lhe panel
discussion abouf general campus in-
formalion in 'rhe audilorium, we pro-
ceeded l'o various class rooms for
smaller conferences wilh specific col-
XD SEMO"-5 s. MONSCHEIN J. MORAN K. Morz C. MUTZL
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Jus'r before our round of parries
and club ac+ivi'I'ies rela+ing +o +he
Chrisfmas season began, we pre-
senfed our senior class play, "June
Mad." I+ was a rollicking humorous
produciion, direc+ed by Mrs. Chris-
fine Dillen. Shirley Eichelberg, 'rhe
leading characfer, was a 'reen-ager
who ran inlo problems we all face. ll'
was anofher success for +he Class of
MAN B I I
Pug? A xi - '
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Black Tuesday is righrl Three +imes
a semesfer or six fimes per year we
wakened +o repori card day wi+h all
i+s anxie'I'ies, disappoinlmenis and
once in awhile, an unexpecfed sfrealc
of luck. Teachers as well as sfudenrs
dreaded 'ihe day. Affer all, offices
mus+ have records: 'leachers mus+ rare
s+uden+s and siudenis musr carry
home repor+ cards.
B. NEELY B. NIESEN S. NELSON J. PADMAN
L. NEU T. PAGEDAS S. PALUMBO A. PAPA
F. PALMER R. PAQUETTE J. PAPA M. YOUNG
C. PAULSON J. PAULUS R. PEARSEY L. PEEPLES
M. PERU D. PETERSON R. PETERSON J. PLANK
R. PONTIUS G. PRICE B. PRIBBLE J. PRIMAVERA
D. RASP J. REAFSNYDER C. RHODES L. RICH
J. RICHARD D. RHODES M. ROOSE A. ZOLLINGER
S. RILEY S. ROSE R. ROSENAU J. ROUTSON
K. ROWE R. ROWE
G. SARANTOS J. SHANK
P. SALISBURY L SAILOR
L. SERAFINO N. 5.1-I.A.i5.ER
CLA S S
me Ness fl
Ticlcefsl Tickers! was our cry during
'rhe secfionals, regionals, and semi-
finals. Through il' all, 'Ihe seniors were
in evidence: Ihey were +he bes+ men
on +he squad, ihe loudesl girls in ihe
cheering seciion, +he biggesl gripers
aboui' +iclce+s, and fhe mos+ failhful
fans on oul' of Iown Irips.
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Two excellenf local falenl' assem-
blies were presenied by our band
and orches'I'ra respecfively. Our band
helped us 'rhrough games all year.
They were always on hand for pep
sessions, +oo. The orcheslra per-
formed al' plays and gave wonderful
concer'l's. We are proud of our musi-
cally giffed seniors.
an V L. SHEA
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' '5-E 65,1-.
A'F+er +he fhrill and excilemenl of
baslcelball season died down, we dug
in for fhe las+ round of sfudying be-
fore school was over. For some of us
il' was 'lhe lasl sludying we would ever
do in school. However, for fhose of
us going io college, if was only 'The
end before lhe beginning.
I TX H. SKATVOLD
Spring vacafion came iusl in 'lime
lo cure a bad case of spring 'Fever
which was spreading rapidly fhrough
lhe senior class. Before we knew if,
fhough, we were back doing +he lasl'
round of ac'l'ivi+ies 'For ihe lasl' +ime.
Spring awakened several fhings be-
side flowers, love, and birds around
EHS +his year. Baseball and 'lraclc
came info lheir own in 'lhe firs'l' weelc
in April. Many of +he senior boys
wen? our for lhese sporfs and ofhers.
J. SHULER C. SHANTZ C. SHULTZ
L. SILVER V. SIKORA E. SKAIFE
J. SMITH J. SMITH M. SNYDER
P. SMITH J. STEALY J. STEPHENS
C. STEPHENSON M. STONE S. SWARTS
1 Q i fi' g'i 1'1w,frz I. I A,
. yy.. y.. "' :em
O. SWINEHART B. TEETER D. THOMAS
CLASS 0F 1952
E. TROYER B. TRUEX H. UNGER T. UPSON
In caps and gowns we marched 'fo
+he music of "Pomp and Circum-
s1'ance". Yes, we were going 'Through
+he maze of senior ac'rivi+ies - ban-
B. VICKERS J. VLAEMINCK E. VAN DIEPENBOS P. WALTZ quet ,real baccalaureate' and finally
Commencement Our days in EHS
are over: however, we'll be dropping
in, because - "We like ii here".
D. WALLACE H. WATERMAN R. WARE D. WEIMER
I l X
E. WEAVER H. WELSCH M. WILSEY M. WHEELER
Graduafing buf noi' pidrured!
C. WENTZ P. WIEST B. WILKINSON V. WELCH FRANK WILLARD
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Lef? fo righl: Johnson, B., boys' social chairman: Mrs. Sickels, sponsor: Bueler, J., girls' social chair-
man, Cappelleffi, P., vice-presidenf, Whiff, J., secrelaryg Hale, R., presidenfg Mr. Harvey, sponsor.
Wifh a feeling of imporfance and exhilarafion, we
'lrooped back fo Elkharf High School in Sepfember of
'5l as iuniors, for our besf year fhus far. We were
looking forward fo fhe follies, fhe play and besf of all,
lhe prom. No longer were we iusf "green sophs" frying
fo gel' acquainfedg we belonged.
To gef acfivifies sfarfed, we elecled fhe following
officers: Richard Hale, presidenfg Paf Cappellefli,
vice-presidenf, Jane Whi++, secrefary: Max Heiden,
lreasurer: Joanne Buefer and Bud Johnson, social chairmen.
Mrs. Sickels and Mr. Harvey, our well-liked sponsors,
were back fo help us plan our special evenfs.
On Ocfober l8, we presenfed our Junior Follies, "Counfy
Fair". Earl Poorbaugh was fhe barker for 'lhe side
show while Dave Smifh acfed as masfer of ceremonies
of fhe "Home Town Culfure Club". The scripl'
was wriffen by Ross Paulson.
Our spring acfivifies included our class play
"Adorable Spendfhrif'r". lf was presenfed on Friday,
May 2, in 'l'he audiforium under fhe direcfion
of Mrs. Chrisfine Dillen.
However, our big affair of fhe year was fhe Junior-Senior
Prom held on May I7 in fhe Afhenian Ballroom of
Hofel Elkharf. We dedicafed fhe fheme, "Moon Misl"'
fo fhe deparfing seniors.
The commiffee on decorafions for fhe prom was as
follows: Cleofa Reed, chairman, Jim Rieff, Helen Ong,
Wayne Reber, Ginny O'Connell, Jim Lyfle, Pal' Niesen,
Joyce Noffsinger, Barbara Yeafer, Shirley Weaver,
Jane Whi++, Coleffe Waferman, Paf Chrispyn, Joan Braffon
Barbara Brouwer, Della Canfrell, Joan Buefer, Charles
Chandler, Elva Downing, Jeri Emmerf, Dick Lough,
Carlee DeDario, Joyce Doering, Shirley DeFreese,
Sandy Lyfell, Judy Lilly, Virginia Leonard.
Also, Joan Markley, Ross Paulson, Jane Mallock,
Mac Myers, Pal Rusf, Barbara Sfeele, Marlene Bowman,
Rufh Sfrombeck, Gail Alm, Joanne Lanfz, Palsy Hobson,
Nancy Prugh, Kay Peferson, Joanne Rich, Liz Beck,
Margaref Garrifson, Nancy Fuller, Beverly Fox, Lolly Gause
Carol Garber, Palm Forfino, Dave Fruchey, Joyce Beerer,
Barbara Boles, Arlene Alwine, Rowena Blubaugh,
Carol Sfiff, Verna Tavernier, Joan Turnock, Befh Anderson,
Sandy Troyer, Mary Taska, and Beffy Van Zile.
The invifafion commiffee was: Ann Riffenhouse,
chairman, Nancy McDowell, Herfa Riedel, Lois Russell,
Sfanley Simms, Joan Phillips, Shirley Pershing, Mariorie
Thompson, and Anne Jeaneffe Fechner.
Our annual class picnic af Sfudebaker Park, May 23,
climaxed a delighlrful year. We are anficipafing our
refurn nexf fall fo be fhe seniors of EHS.
ROW I: Abernallwy, C.: Allen, D.: Alm, G.: Alwine, A.: Anderson, B.: Anderson, L.: Balwr, D.: Baker,
K: Baker, M.:
ROW 2: Barella, S.: Bargeron, W: Barnard, H.: Barnharf, B: Beck, E.: Beerer, J.: Bender, J.: Bigelow,
A.: Bion, J:
ROW 3: Blubaugh, R.: Boles, B.: Boraslw, R.: Borrner, C.: Bowen, M.: Bowman, M.: Boyer, R.: Boyland,
R: Brafion, J:
ROW 4: Brigani, N.: Brooks, B.: Brouwer, B.: Buefer, J.: Buller, M.: Canrrell, D.: CappelleHi, P.:
Chandler, C.: Chavis, G.:
ROW 5: Cl1eccl1io, R.: Checkley, J.: Clwilcofe, R.: Chrispyn, P.: Clark, N.: Clouse, D.: Coleman, C.:
Colman, K.: Comer, D.:
ROW 6: Cook. R.: Cooper, J.: Cooper, P.: Coney, P.: Cornish, S.: Corpe, A.: Culp, D.: Culp, G.:
ROW 7: Curell, A.: Curry, C.: Curfis, H.: Darena, F.: Daugl1er+y, B.: Davis, E.: DeDario, C.:
DeFreese, S.: DeGraff, J.:
ROW 8: Dick, J.: Dillon, D.: Doering, J.: Douglas, S.: Downing, E.: Dunmire, C.: Egolf, R.: Geary, P.:
ROW I: EI1re1', L.: Emmeri, J.: Ericson, C.: Erwin, C.: EscI1, E.: Eyer, C.: Fair, C.: Feclwner,
ROW 2: Ferm, A.: Ferro, M.: Fike, S.: Fisher, R.: For+ino, P.: Fosfer, B.: Fox, B.: Frederick, D.: Free,
ROW 3: Fruclrey, D.: Fuller, N.: Ganger, M.: Garber, C.: Garriison, M.: Gaskill, M.: Gause,
Goodman, L.: Goodsene, K.:
ROW 4: Graber, E.: Greenleaf, E.: Griffin, A.: Hager, T.: Haines, B.: Hakes, K.: Hakes, K.: Hale
ROW 5: Harness, J.: Hariman, D.: Haifield, N.: Hauensiein, R.: Hayes, E.: Hayes, V.: Heberi,
Heiden, M.: Heigl, C.:
ROW 6: Hendricks, R.: Henry, S.: Herron, D.: Heverling, A.: Hobson, J.: Hobson, P.: Hodge,
Hoeppner, H.: Holdeman, R.:
ROW 7: Homan, R.: Hooley, C.: Horn, V.: Howard, J.: Huber, J.: Huneryager, K.: Iavagnilio,
Irving, E.: Isbell, S.:
ROW 8: Jackson, L.: Jacobson, C.: James, H.: James, H.: Jesse, K.: Johnson, C.: Johnson,
Jolly, J.: Jones, T.
ROW I: Kaser, B.: Kenr, M.: Kesler, G.: Kidder, S.: Kiebel, F.: Kiefer, N.: Kimes, K.: Kirby, N.
IEOW Klein, R.: Kline, L.: Knight S.: Kreiss, M.: Krichbaum, R.: Kuriz, D.: LaBelle, C.: Lamberson, J
ROW 3: Lears, D.: Lee, H.: Leege, P.: Leers, R.: Leib, R.: Leonard, V.: Lighf, B.: Lilly, J.: Livings+on, V.
ROW 4: Longacre, K.: Lough, R.: Lucas, R.: Luce, D.: Lueblre, N.: Luke, J.: Lyiell, S.: Lyile, J.:
ROW 5: Malone, B.: Mapes, B.: Markley, J.: Marks, I.: Marquis, D.: Mason, D.: McClellan, E.
McCraner, B.: McDowell, N.:
ROW 6: McFarland, M.: Miller, K.: Miller, N.: Monk, D.: Monfeiflw, M.: Morris, B.: Moyer, L.
Moyer, N.: Perrin, J:
ROW 7: Moyer, R.: Murray, L: Myers, M.: Neely, F.: Newcomer, F.: Niclrler, H.: Niesen, P.: Noff
singer, J.: Norris, R.:
ROW 8: Null, P.: Nye, C.: O'Connell, V.: Ong, H.: Overmyer, G.: Pavuls, R.: Paulson, R.: Pedler, J.
ROW I: Pershing, S.: Peferson, K.: Pefriella, J.: Phelps, L.: Phillips, J.: Piclnerell, C.: Plaff, J.: Pleicher,
R.: Plummer, J.:
ROW 2: Poling, G.: Ponfius, D.: Poorbaugh, E.: Porier, M.: Prugh, N.: Reber, D.: Ramsey, S.: Reber,
W.: Reed, C.:
ROW 3: Reed, C.: Riedel, H.: Reiff, J.: Rhodes, R.: Rich, J.: Richards, O.: Rink, M.: Riilenhouse, A.:
ROW 4: Rodebaugh, J.: Rodwiclr, J.: Russell, L.: Rusf, P.: Sailor, B.: Scanflen, B.: Schafif, B.: Schick, D.:
ROW 5: SchmiH, T.: Schoclr, K.: Schrader, R.: Schuler, R.: Sellers, L.: Shaner, P.: Shearer, L.: Shelly,
R.: Sherman, C.:
ROW 6: Shreiner, S.: Shuliz, J.: Shuperi, T.: Silver, S.: Sims, S.: Simms, J.: Sixbey, S.: Slack, R.: Sloa+, B.:
ROW 7: Slough, D.: Smelfzer, H.: Shuford, H.: Smilh, B.: Smifh, D.: Smifh, D.: Smifh, l.: Spesshardi,
R.: Spirilo, E.:
ROW 8: Spirifo, T.: Sleele, B.: SHH, C.: Sfreeier, D.: Sfrombecll, R.: Sfroud, R.: Sluclr, C.: Sulion, M.:
ROW I: Taslca, M.: Tavernier, V.: Taylor, C.: Temple, R.: Templin, W.: Thompson,
Timbrook, B.: Torolr, R.:
ROW 2: Torolc, S.: Troyer, S.: Tuclrer, W.: Tulley, P.: Turnoclx, J.: Ullery, B.: Ullery,
Van Zile, B.:
ROW 3: Waggoner, S.: Walslon, V.: Walfers, J.: Waller, R.: Ward, M.: Ward
Warren, R.: Waferman, C.:
ROW 4: Weaver, B.: Weaver, S.: Whilbeclr, R.: While, W.: Wl'1iH, J.: Williams
Windbigler, R.: Wise, l.:
R.: Van Horn
, W.: Wing,
, D.: Wilson,
ROW 5: Wiswell, H.: Woolsey, L.: Worden, N.: Wriglsf, K.: Wrigl1+, M.: Wrighf, S.: Wyman
Yea+er, B.: Yeafer, B.:
ROW 6: Unger, B.: Huneryager, L.: Runnion, V.: Yoder, S.: Young, S.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Left fo righf: Guzzo, M., girls' social chairman, Mr. Hamilfon, sponsor, Brubaker, N., secrefaryg
Miller, D., boys' social chairman, Bohs, G., vice-presidenfg Kelly, B., freasurerg Miss Jones, sponsor.
lNof picfured, Ray Everfs, presidenf.l
CLASS OF I954
Being fhe largesf class fo enfer Elkharf High School
for many years, we caused a real housing problem.
We nof only filled fhe fwo large home rooms, 220 and 320,
buf also required six addifional home rooms. However,
a lof of careful planning beforehand helped us gef
seffled wifhouf mishap.
We spenf our firsf few weeks endeavoring fo find
our way around and frying fo learn fhe "ropes" of
EHS life. Our feachers, counselors, and fellow-classmafes
were undersfanding when we made blunders or
misfakes. Moreover, fhe classes, fypes of sfudy,
and acfivifies infrigued us.
Our big job was fo gef organized. Therefore, our fall
home room programs were especially designed fo help
us choose compefenf leaders. Several feachers discussed
fhe qualifies of good leadership wifh us before
we acfually selecfed our class officers.
ln Novebmer I95I we held our class elecfiong we chose
fhe following: Ray Everfs, presidenfg Gordy Bohs,
vice-presidenfg Nancy Brubaker, secrefaryg Bob Kelly,
freasurerg Mary Ann Guzzo and Doug Miller, social
chairmen. Miss Florence Jones and Mr. William
Hamilfon were chosen fo be our class sponsors.
We plunged info sfudies, wenf fo fhe games, and
worked hard in our various clubs and acfivifies. Too, we
'look especial pride wifh our home room bullefin
boards in sfudy halls 220 and 320. We kepf ourselves
alerf wifh our novel bullefin board displays
in keeping wi+h fhe seasons.
Since we had a greaf deal of arfisfic falenf as well
as originalify in our class, we wenf all ouf fo adverfise
our firsf class parfy. If was held Safurday, March 29, af
Sfudebaker Park. Our social chairmen planned a lively
program which kepf everyone having a good fime all evening
During fhe second semesfer, our home room programs
dealf wifh fhe problem of courses for our junior year.
We had fo decide whefher we would branch ouf fo
fake dramafics or journalism or fake regular English
classes. Some of us chose fo keep a sfraighf college
preparafory course while ofhers wanfed fo work
on advanced commercial and indusfrial courses.
On May 9 we had a good fime selling concessions
for fhe secfional frack meef held af Rice Field.
The lasf few weeks of school we nofed fhe fradifions of
EHS in graduafion acfivifies. We purposed in our
hearfs and minds fhe posifions we wanfed fo hold
and fhe fhings we wanfed fo do in fhe nexf fwo years.
Now fhaf our days of adiusfmenf and geffing
acquainfed are over, we are anficipafing our
iunior year wifh ifs excifing acfivifies.
ROW I: Abplanalp, O.: Adams, C.: Aifken, C.: Albaugh, N.: Alber, W.: Alberson, E.: Alexander, S.:
Allen, M.: Anderson, J.:
ROW 2: Anderson, J.: Anglin, T.: Andresen, J.: Applewhiie, S.: Arkinson, M.: Bader, l.: Baker, J.:
Baker, J.: Baker, H.:
ROW 3: Ball, R.: Barber, W.: Barnes, E.: BarreH, R.: BarreH, V.: Barfon, T.: Basse, M.: Beadle, C.:
ROW E: Beers, E.: Beers, L.: Bender, T.: Berry, R.: Bibbo, M.: Blackwell, F.: Blenner, K.: Bloomingdale,
E.: Bo s, G.:
ROW 5: Boss, J.: Boulle, P.: Bourdon, F.: Bowdish, J.: Bowers, S.: Bowlby, S.: Boyer, S.: Boynfon, S.:
ROW 6: Brawley, S.: Briifon, C.: Brown, R.: Brubaker, N.: Bryanf, P.: Bucher, N.: Buckendorf, L.:
Buesche, F.: Bullock, G.
ROW 7: Burkhead, M.: Burf, R.: Bussard, D.: Builer, S.: Cambron, A.: Campbell, L.: Campbell, T.:
Canen, R.: Cary, J.
ROW 8: Casey, B.: Caialdo, R.: Clxesier, J.: Clausen, C.: Clemeniz, J.: Coleman, B.: Coley, J.:
Comer, D.: Comer, L.
ROW 9: Companion, L.: Comp+on, C.: Compion, P.: Cook, J.: Cook, P.: Cook, R.: Copenhaver, G.:
Coplen, M.: Cornelius, M.
S O P H 0 M 0 R E S ROW I: Cox, V.: Craff, A.: Cranmer, H.: Cripe, M.: Crow, C.: Croxall, T.: Culp, J.: Ualrymple, D.
ROW 2: David, R.: DeBow, G.: Decker, K.: Decker, R.: DeMaris, P.: Denman, J.: DeRosa, M.: De'fer+
D.: Duel, R.:
ROW 3: Deering, D.: Doering, S.: Dolph, R.: Doyle, H.: Dunlxer, H.: Eagon, S.: Earnhari, L.: Earon, E.
ROW 4: Ehrel, M.: Ehrsam, S.: Ellar, D.: Ellis, B.: Ellison, P.: Emerson, D.: Emmerf, F.: Erickson, A
ROW 5: Erwin, C.: Fink, D.: Fisher, O.: Flauding, K.: Flora, J.: Franlzenberger, F.: Freshour, R.: Frey, T
Gray, J.: Gregg, C.
Hawkins, L.: Heiliger, F.
ROW 6: Frye, J.: Frye, R.: Galbreaih, R.: Gang, S.: Gardner, G.: Garner, L.: Gaslrill, J.: Gearis, S '
ROW 7: Godshallc, S.: Goelnner, R.: Goldy. K.: Gordon, B.: Gordon, J.: Gordon, M.: Gould, P'
ROW 8: Grillo, J.: Grillo, P.: Grimes, P.: Grise, H.: Grove, B.: Gruber, G.: Guzzo, M.: Hall, H.:
ROW 9: Haney, J.: Harness, J.: Harlman, L.: Harlman, M.: Harlman, T.: Hariman, W.: Haselwood, D.:
ROW I: Heis+, B.: Heis+, E.: Heppner, B.: Hershberger, M.: Hess, S.: Hickman, B.: Hoak, D.:
Holdeman, G.: Horn, C.
ROW 2: Horn, J.: Hosacir, B.: Hosler, C.: Hosier, J.: Hossler, W.: Hosfefler, R.: Howard, C.: Hunery-
ager, R.: lemma, S.
ROW 3: Irving, G.: Isbell, E.: JeIIre, S.: Jessup, H.: Johnson, M.: Johnson, V.: Jones, L.: Jordon, B.:
ROW 4: Jump, R.: Kafha, M.: Kanfz, V.: Kauffman, J.: Keene, J.: Keller, N.: Kelly, B.: Kelsey, L.:
ROW 5: Kesler, N.: Kidder, G.: Kidder, J.: Kilbace, R.: Kimbrough, A.: Kindle, J.: King, K.: Kinsey, M.:
ROW 6: Kling, R.: Knudson, J.: Koonh, J.: Kraybill, S.: Kreischmer, K.: Kuhn, K.: Kyle, W.: Lambdin,
D.: Larson, K.
ROW 7: Leafherman, J.: Lehman, H.: LeRoy, R.: Liechfy, H.: Linfon, D.: Linfon, J.: Lirke, R.: Locklin
B.: Lockwood, R.
ROW B: Long, R.: Louclrs, J.: Loufzenhiser, J.: LuceI1ese, L.: Lusher, R.: Lufz, G.: Lyons, P.: Mabie, S:
ROW 9: Mann, B.: Mann, R.: Marling, R.: Marquand+, S.: Marquandf, S.: Masfen, M.: Maure, F.
Maxwell, B.: McCar'Iy, D.
ROVV I: McClane, P.: McClougl1an, C.: McKee. J.: Mellmus, D.:
Miller, D.: Miller, E.:
ROW 2: Miller, H.: Miller, K.: Miller, L.: Miller, M.: Miller, R.:
ROW 3: Mishlrin, M.: Mifclwell, R.: Monsclmein, D.: Monleiflw, R.:
Morgan, C.: Morse, J.:
ROW 4: Murray, R.: Neal. N.: Neely, L.: Neher, S.: Neiberf, M.:
P.: Niilra, B.:
ROW 5: Nusbaum, F.: Oaks, E.: Oclcer, J.: Olclfaiher, R.: Olsen,
J.: Parmafer, J.:
Messner, R.: Messner, S.: Miller, C.
Miller, W.: Miller, W.: Minegar, P.
Moran, P.: Morgan, A.: Morgan, B.
Newman, J.: Newman, S.: Nicholson
J.: Palermo, J.: Palmer, W.: Parcell
ROW 6: Pafclieff, D.: Pafierson, S.: Paul, P.: Perkins, R.: Pe'Hi+, P.: Plisfer, J.: Pfisfer, J.: Phelps. J
ROW 7: Posey, S.: Pressler, G.: Prough, B.: Prugh, J.: Quin, R.: Raab. A.: Raisor, B.: Ransboifom, R
ROW 8: Reed, J.: Reiff, S.: Replogle, F.: Rhinehari, S.: Rice. D.: Rice, J.: Richfer, M.: Rickey, R
ROW 9: Rieilw, D.: Riggle, J.: Rinlr, S.: Rifclnie, F.: Rifclwie, M.: Robbins, C.: Robinson, N.: Rogers, H'
ROW I: Rush, J.: Russell, D.: Russo, R.: Sampsell, B.: Sanders, J.: Sarlaer, B.: Sargeni, J.: Sarver, L.
ROW 2: Scharrer, D.: Schliiz, C.: Schlosser, M.: Schlosser, N.: Schroclx, V.: Schull, D.: ScoH, J.: ScoH
L.: Seng, K.:
ROW 3: Severns, B.: Shafer, M.: Shank, S.: Sharlxey, R.: Shaver, L.: Shea, M.: Sheers, M.: Francisco, S.
ROW 4: Shidaker, J.: Sidell, P.: Sigerfoos, L.: Sigsbee, C.: Silver, B.: Sims, C.: Singer, N.: Sipress, L.:
ROW 5: Slraivold, E.: Slinkard, C.: Smeizer, D.: Smi+h, L.: Smi+h, L.: Smi+h, M.: Smifh, P.: Smiih, P.
ROW 6: Smiih, T.: Shavely, J.: Snyder, A.: Spangler, R.: Sfafon, D.: Sfealy, R.: Sfemm, C.: Sfepanelr
C.: S+ephens, M.:
ROW 7: Siolrely, A.: Sfork, R.: Slow, J.: Sfulsman, D.: Swanson, S.: Swarfz, S.: Sweazy, J.: Swiharf, L.
ROW 8: Tappero, K.: Tarnecy, S.: Taslro, N.: Tavernier, J.: Taylor, S.: Teerer, S.: Temple, D.: Thomp-
son, N.: Throne, J.:
ROW 9: Tillman, R.: Traufman, D.: Troup, A.: Trouf, D.: Troveiore, J.: Troyer, K.: Troyer, L.: Truex. R.
S O P H 0 M 0 R E S ROW I: Umiclrer, J.: VanDerWay, l.: VanTilburg, S.: VanWormer, J.: Vealclw, G.:Vealcl'1, R.: Vesler
Vidmar, L.: Vogl, B.:
ROW 2: Vorliis, R.: Vredingburgli, R.: Wade, R.: Wagner, J.: Wagner, R.: Walller, A.: Wallin,
Wallers, J.: Warner, T.:
ROW 3: Warren, N.: Wealheread, J.: Weaver, J.: Weaver, W.: Welch, H.: Weldy, R.: Wesllalre,
Wheeler, L.: Whilcomla, B.:
ROW 4: Whifcomb, R.: Wienholf, B.: Wiesf, S.: Wilder, S.: Wilkes, D.: Williams, A.: Williams,
Wilson, S.: Wise, C.:
ROW 5: Wilman, T.: Woldl, M.: Wood, P.: Woodward, T.: Wriglwl, D.: Wyland, H.: Yoder,
Yoder, M.: Yoder, T.:
ROW 6: Zilm, G.: Zimmerman, K.: Zipser, W.: Zoolc, H.
FWS' 1!I?F1"3 fn"
-We 5-1: A ,
'Those exfra-currlcular acflvlfles which
cause us fo really like lf llere.
SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER
4+h-Back +o school
6-L George Saranfos helps flle Grillo
boys wifll regisfrafion
6i'h-PTA "Jacke+ Clubs" Panel
7'fh-Firs+ pep session. Columbus foo+ball
-Herla Riedel arrived from Vienna
-Firsl Sludenl Council Meeling.
Juniors gol +heir class rings
-Riley foolball game
Zlsl'-Forl Wayne foolball game
-Karel Verhille arrived from An'I'werp
25+h-Elecled Junior Class Officers-
Hale's second 'rerm
'- Gruber inspires fllaf go-gel-'em
28+h-LaPor+e game: 'firsl Pennanl came
Isl'-Firsl' paid assembly-Harrier Smilh
and movies of her "Treasure
4+h-Seniors pose for pix: Railroad
5+h-Goshen pep session and game
8+h-Girls' League served 'FacuH'y lea.
Ilfh-Band show-new uniforms were
I2+h-Michigan Ci+y foolball game
I3l'h-Junior Academy picked apples
l6+h-Magazine drive was slarled al
?" Jr. Academy kids on fheir annual
l8+h-Junior Follies, "Coun+y Fair", was
I9+h-Cenlral foolball game
23rd-Firs+ reporl cards, ugh!
8: 26'lh-Teachers' Meeling-go'l' oul'
of school-goody goody!
26+h-Adams foolball game
30+h-Underclass piclures lalcen.
3ls+-Halloween parly a+ school. Free
cider and doughnuls 'For alll
+1-1Hale wows 'em af flle Junior Follies
Isl'-Magazine drive ended
2nd-Malloon game-we won!
3rd-Junior Academy wen+ 'ro slale mee?
al Indianapolis-David Thomas
elecled besl' boy scien'lisi'.
College Nlghf-Learning abouf 'lheley
school of our choice
8+h-College Nighl'-Spanish Class had
IOH1-Triple-L had Foolball Hop
Illh 'ro I8+h-YMCA Cenlennial
Kay Farr gol D.A.R. Cilizenship
I6+h-Band and Orcheslra Concerl
22nd 8: 23rd-Thanksgiving vacalion-
s+uFfed ourselves wilh 'rurkey
23rd-Jimlown game-leam looked super
25lh-Sophs have hearing 'lesls-eh?
27+h-Jack Landon spoke +o F.N.L.
30fh-Goshen game-we scalped 'em.
Spanish classes serve la 'luenfe de la-
iovenlud fo Hue faculfy
Isl-New Albany game-our firsf loss
Speech sludenls alfended Purdue
4+h-Firs+ dancing class
5+h-Foolball Banquei'-Gruber gol' "mosi'
valuable foolball award".
6+h-Senior Class Play, "June Mad"
French Club serves supper - ,
ooh la la!
I2lh-Seniors yodel al HR Sing
I3+h-Choir Concerl-+rip lhrough
I4+h-French spaghelfi supper before 'lhe
l8'rh-Annual Chrislmas play-frees pul
up by Sludenl Council were
2Isl'-Choir and Radio Workshop
presenled Chrislmas broadcast
French classes sang French
Chrislmas carols in 'lhe halls.
Chrisfmas Concerf-a 'lrip fo 3
NOVEMBER and DECEMBER
JANUARY and FEBRUARY
Isf-Holiday Tourney-Ellrharf came in
2nd-Back fo fhe salf mines
4+h-Pep session before Washingfon game
Sfh-Auburn game. We re-pefed wifhouf
Mrs. Campagnoli rehearses fhe
grand march wifh fhe dancing
7'rh-Lafin safurnalia-lo, lo!!
Ilfh-Michigan Cify game
I2fh-Speech and Drama confesf af
Ibfh-Disfribufive Educafion aucfion sale
-gof rid of losf-and-founds
l8fh--Forf Wayne Norfh Side game
Zlsf-Triple-L dime line
-lnsfrumenfal Confesfg Na ppanee
3lsf-Seniors were measured for caps and
gowns: Y-Teen Flower Show
Lafin sfudenfs in Roman array for
7fh-Drama Play "Take Care of My Lif'He
Sfh-Adams game-We beaf 'em fo
cinch fhe conference fifle
Hammond Speech Tourney
Ilfh-Dress-up dancing class wifh
l2fh-Pennanf Annual subscripfion drive
sfarfedg Girls' League Advisory
Council had pol'-luck supper
l5fh-Cenfral game-firsf conference loss
lbfh-Sweefhearf Swing-Kafie Rowe
made a darling queeng Mr.
Wenger elecfed presidenf of fhe
Indiana Associafion of Speech
491 Disfribufive Educafion pracfices
I 9fh-Seniors ordered commencemenf
invifafions and name cards
2Ofh-Gary Emerson game
Band gave us a concerf
26fh-Anofher of fhose NCA meefings
and we slepf lafeg Girls' League
Forum on Fads
28fh-Special pep session before feam
wenf fo Nappanee for secfionals
Annual launched ad drive: Choir
fesfival-Junior Hi and Hi-School
4-T" Through fhe arch af fhe Y-Teens
Isl-Tillman clinched l'he sec+ionals in an
6+h-Y-Teens learned how fo coolxl?l a+
Who has more parfies fhan 'ihe --Q,
8l'h-Came ouf of fhe regionals unbeafen
I3lh-Band and Orcheslra had a slcafing
l4'ih-Big ouldoor pep session fo send
+he 'leam off +0 LafayeH'e
l5+h-Fans 'Floclced +o La'FayeH'e for 'ihe
I7+h-Big recogniiion rally for +he 'ream-
gol ouf of school. 'fool
2Is+-Band and Orchesfra concerh N.H.S.
Woody gives Big Pefe fhe ENIHSC- ,
26l'h-Tool: ap'ri+ude .fesfs-more .funl
Baslcelball Banquef-Big Pele
vo+ed "mos+ valuable" baskeiball
29+h-Sophs raise roof a+ Class Pariy
Isl-Peanul Issue lefl us wealc from
Vocafional Day - we learned -L5
many new fhings
3rd-Twelve members of Junior Advisory
Council of Recreafion affendecl
lhe Governor's Conference on
Recrealion in Indianapolis. Three
of our choirs wenl' 'ro a choral
feslival a+ Goshen
7+h-Dr. Russell Humberf, Presidenl of
DePauw, spoke 'io us in assembly
8'l'h-Senior Coke Parfy
I0+h-Eas+er assembly by choir and
I Hh-Choir sang af Good Friday services
l9l'h-Goshen Relays-we came in lhirdl
25'I'h-"Une Soiree Francaise" was
presenfed by +he French Club
30'lh-Roman Banquel-and a cena bona
was had by all
Speech Workshop winds up a suc- -.-3
cessful year wifh ifs final
MARCH and APRIL
MAY and lUNE
91 Girls' League commiffees meef
fo eal and reporf
2nd-Junior Class Play, "The Adorable
6+h-Thespian Ba nquel'
Band and Orcheslra Concerl
9+h-Track Seclional and Dance
Bernice Galasso reigned as
II+h-Triple-L Molher-Daughfer Tea
I3+h-Home Ec girls pul' on a sfyle show
l51'h-Senior French siudenls were honored
a+ a brealcfasl Honor Socie'l'y
l7'rh-Junior Prom was heavenly--bu+-
were our +oo+sies sore!
41- FNL members and moflvers af 'lllelr
annual Mofller 8 Daughfer Tea
22nd-"Song of America" was superb ai'
Choir's Spring Concerl
23rd-Juniors held a Class Pariy
4--' One of fhe big evenfs of 'lhe year
- 'Hue Jr.-Sr. Prom
29+h-Senior Day-+hose lucky seniors goi
ou+ of school. Choir Banque?
Seniors pu+ ou+ 'rhe Weekly
4+h-Commencement Good bye, seniors-
We'll miss you.
5+h-Gol our Iasi' repori' cards-Look, Ma,
fl' Baccalaureafe - we don our
Leff fo righf: Firsf row, Blaclcwell, F., Isbell, S., Bowman, M., Yoder, J., Wienhoff, B., Trovafore, J., Leonard, V., Paul, P., Phillips, J.,
Horn, J. Second row, Farr, K., Rowe, K., Bailey, G., Robbins, C., Croxall, T., Comer, L., Compfon, C., Raab, A., Kraybill, S., Kesfer,
D., Replogle, K. Third row, Weimer, D., Chiispyn, P., Goodsene, K., Ericson, C., Emmerf, J., Bruggner, B., Hasse, G., Hall, J., Niesen
B., Updilre, S. Fourfh row, Eller, D., Saranfos, G., Luce, D., Gruber, W., Russo, T., Weaver, B., Paqueffe, R., Plefcher, D., McGlas-
son, G., Thomas, D. Fiffh row, Wenfz, C., Templin, B., Worden, N., Ponfius, B., Richard, J., Peferson, D., Slack, R., Mishluin, My
Gillman, I.., Rasp, D.
Every sorf of gripe, from ice on fhe MC sfeps fo school much was learned abouf why our spirif wasn"r up fo
spirif af pep sessions, is aired in fhis, our sfudenf par, and sfeps were falcen fo remedy fhis sifuafion.
self-governing organizafion. Every sorf of service fo fhe
Thfoi +d,.+ h fh Sfd +C 'I d
school, from Chrisfmas frees fo hall fraffic, is planned here. e or gn S u pn S W Om e u en ouncl sponsore
fhis year were: Herfa Riedel from Vienna, Ausfria and
Each homeroom sends a represenfafive fo fhe sfudenf Karel Verhille from Anfwerp, Belgium.
council fo voice fhe opinions of fhe kids.
Meefings are held fhe second Tuesday of
each monfh under fhe guidance of sponsors,
Mr. Updike and Mr. Lowe. Acfivifies of
fhe pasf year have included sponsoring
foreign sfudenfs coming fo EHS, publishing
a handbook for freshmen, selling concessions,
sponsoring a Track Dance, sending repre-
senfafives fo fhe Sfafe Sfudenf Council meef
af lndianapolis, and faking care of many
When frouble came up abouf school spirif af
pep sessions, fhe Sfudenf Council formed
commiffees fo find ouf whaf was wrong.
Meefings were held wifh fhe cheerleaders
and coaches, from fhese discussions of
our yells and cheerleaders,
Leff fo righf: Gruber, W., presidenf, Chrispyn. P., freasurer, Updilce, S., secrefary, Wenfz
B., vice-presidenfg Mr. Updilre, sponsor. Nof picfured: Everfs, R., sergeanf-af-arms.
Lefl Io righf: Firs'r row, Slraiie, E.: Teefer, B.: Heber+, G.: Riedel,H.: Swar+s, S.: McDonnell, G.: Balmer, B. Second row, Pribble, B.:
Eichelberg, S.: Mcln+ire, N.: Hasse, G.: Funk, R.: Wilsey, M.: Adams, R. Third row, Updilre, S.: Anderson, D.: Harfley, P.: Farr, K.:
Silrora, V.: Lauby, S.: Arnold, J.: Guhl, P. Fourfh row, Verhille, K.: Snearly, R.: Gruber, W.: Pagedas, T.: Richard, J.: McGlasson,
G.: Thomas, D.: Rasp, D.: Shuler, J.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Lefl +o righf: Slcaife, E., vice-presidenf: Sikora, V., Ireasurer: Miss
Broughion, sponsor: Rasp, D., presidenl: Miss Busche, sponsor: Wilsey,
Selling concessions, helping wirh College Night 'luloring
s+uden+s who need help, conduc+ing I'he annual book
sale, sponsoring a spaghelrli supper, Ihese have been a
few of +he acfivifies of 'rhe Nafional Honor Socieiy during
Ihe pasl year.
This organizalion, under 'Ihe sponsorship of Miss
Broughlon and Miss Busche, serves Ellcharl' High School
in many ways.
The purpose of Nafional Honor Socie+y is 'ro creafe
in+eres+ in scholarship, slimulale desire 'Io render service,
promp+ leadership, and encourage developmen+ of
The club mee+s Ihe second and fourlh Tuesdays of
Each year Ihe Richard D. Hively Scholarship of SIO0
is awarded +o some member on +he basis of leadership,
scholarship, and personalily.
This year nine members applied 'For 'rhe Honor Socie'Iy's
The induclion of new members was held in 'Ihe high
school cafe+eria Ihe evening of May l5. Affer a formal
induc+ion ceremony, refreshmenls were served.
Lefl lo righl: Firsl row, Mallock, J.: Smilh, M,: Phillips, J.: Thompson, M.: Sleel, B.: Comer, L.: Williams, S.: Slokely, A.: Francisco,
S.: Barnard, H. Second row, Posey, S.: Rillenhouse, A.: Sfueels, M.: Sims, J.: Eichelberg, S.: Adams, R.: Lusher, R.: Mclnfire, N.:
Kraybill, S. Third row, Slroud, B.: Nilka, B.: Schlosser, M.: Woldl, M.: Goehner, R.: Farnsworlh, G.: Rasp, D.: Guzzo, H.: DeRosa,
M.: Hale, R.: Paulson, R. Fourlh row, Hendrickson, R.: Bigelow, A.: Dillon, D.: James, R.: Linlon, J.: Marquis, D.: Smifh, D.: Poor-
baugh, E.: Kesler, G.: Schock, K.
Doubled membership, greafer par+icipa+ion, many
honors - 'rhis has been a good year for lhe Speech
Club. One of 'lhese honors was The highesl speech
honor possible: membership in lhe Nalional Forensic
League, earned solely by service and compelilive
Elkharl speakers won firsl place al' lhe Howe Mililary
School individual Speech Meel on November 27,
I95l, al Howe, Indiana. On November 30, and
December I, lhree sludenls won lop places al' lhe
Purdue Legislalive Assembly and Exlemp Speaking
On January I I, l952, 'lwo more placed in lhe finals
al lhe Ball Slale Individual Evenls Tourney. Allogelher
Elkharl parlicipaled in some eighl inlerschool
conlesls. Members also enlered lhe Rolary Conlesl,
a Junior Town Meeling wilh LaGrange, and 'rhe
Indiana High School Forensic Associalion finals
On March 29, lwenly speech sludenls allended 'lhe
Solo Evenls Tourney al Howe Mili'l'ary School and
on April 5 +he Radio Workshop a'Hended lhe drama
feslival al Ball Slale.
The club helped in many school aclivilies: members
read announcemenis over lhc P. A. syslem and
inlroduced assembly speakers.
The year was closed wi+h lhe Speech Co-op Banquel'
on May I6 in 'rhe High School Cafeleria. Awards
were presenfed for Teen Turnlable, and "Your Schools
series: lellers were given for speech achievemenl.
Lefl lo riqhlz Marquis, D., lreasurer: Mr. Wenger, sponsor: Mclnhre
N., secrelary: Paulson, R., presidenl: Mulzl, C., vice-presidenl.
Lefl 'fo righ+: Firsl row, McLoughlin, W.: Ponlius, D.: Coleman, C.: Rasp, D.: Krieghbaum, B.: Dillon, D. Second row, Null, P.:
Hooley, C.: Walfers, J.: Holdeman, R.: Johnsfon, R.: Hummer, R. Third row, Hauensrein, R.: Ponlius, B.: Hobson, J.: Pedler, J.:
Williams, D.: DeGra'lfe, J.
Picfures, bolh srills and movies, are 'rhe chief business
of 'lhis service club. Mosl' of lhe movies 'lhaf are shown
in classes are run by some member of +he Visual
Since +he club has purchased a camera, +he Vis Ed boys
are available af any lime +o lake picrures of games,
parlies, dances and oiher club affairs. They make +heir
own prin'rs: 'lhe sale of copies helps mainlain film and
clark room cos+s. The publicafions sfaffs are greafly
indebied +o members of 'rhis group and +heir genial sponsor,
Don Winne, for lhe many piclures 'laken for +his book
and lhe Pennanl Weekly.
The eighreen members in 'rhe club meef each
morning in 'rheir own homeroom. By having
all 'rhe members in 'rhe same homeroom each
day, assignmen+s can be given ro +he boys
For fhe showing of movies during lhe day.
Proieclors and films are dislribuled 'lo lhe
various class rooms and a schedule is
arranged so +ha+ lhere will be a member
able 'ro show a movie a+ almosl' any lime.
Wifh The direcfion of Their sponsor, Mr.
Winne, +he boys learn aboul' proiecfors,
Films, piclure developing and enlarging, and
olher phofographic skills.
The ac+ivi+ies of rhe club for lhe pas? year
consislecl of a movie shown during sludy halls
on March 25, and a par+y held in room 233.
This spring 'rhe club has been able +o
purchase a speed lighl and a second camera.
Lefl 'ro righ+: Mr. Winne, sponsor: Coleman, C., ireasurer: Ponlius, B.,
vice-presidenl: lfirsl semeslerl: Williams, D., vice-president lseconcl
semesrerl: Hooley, C., secrefary: Dillon, D,, presidenf: Krieghbaum,
B., secrelary: lsecond semesierl.
Leif Io righlz Firsl row, Rief, D., McNiel, D., Truex, D., Sherman, L., Gardner, G., Blackwell, F. Second row, Olson, J., Miller, N.,
Moyer, N., Boyer, S., Free, C., Brown, R. Third row, Bahr, D., Thomas, D., Henry, S., Sarber, J., Mccloughan, C. Fourfh row,
Doering, S., Johnson, V., Mislrin, M., Troul, D., Lambdin, D., Zilm, G., Mifchell, D.
JUNIOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
From apple picking on a sunshiny fall
day, +o sleepless nighfs recording s+a+is-
Iics on fruit flies - fhese are Ihe special
aciivifies of fhis club of fulure
This has been a good year for Ihe mem-
bers of 'rhe Academy, Ihey have
learned many Ihings concerning 'rhe field
of science and +he opporlunifies for
scien+is+s in +he fu+ure.
Special programs included: an X-ray
Iechnician speaking +o fhe club, a
chemisl explaining drug produclion. In
order lo raise money, Ihe club held
+heir annual apple-picking project
Several s+udenIs exhibiled proiecls al' 'Ihe
Purdue Universily Science-Ma+h Assem-
bly on April I9. David Thomas was
elecled presidenl' of Ihe S'ra'l'e Academy.
One of Ihe mos? ourslanding members
of +he club, David Thomas, was one
of 'Ihe winners of +he Weslinghouse
Science Talenl search and displayed his
proiecl al 'rhe Junior Scien+is+s' Assembly in Indianapolis, where he won
The annual 'Irip in honor of graduafing seniors closed The year. The club
leased Camp Friendly in McCormicIx's Creek Slale Park and slayed
overnighl on May I0 and I I.
Leif Io righlz Slandingz Hamman, J., secrelary-lreasurer, Henry, S., presidenl
llirsl semeslerl, Miller, N., vice presidenl lsecond semeslerl, Free, M., vice-
presiclcnl llirsl scrneslerl. Scaled: Miss Wagoner, sponsor, Barr, R,, presidenl
JUNIOR AND SENIOR Y-TEENS
Leff fo righfz Firsf row, Prugh, N., Goodsene, K., Sfrombeck, R., Lyfell, S., Rusf, P., O'Connell, V., Alwine, A., Cooper, P., Leonard,
V., Mann, D., Sailor, B. Second row, Markley, J., Fox, B., Isbell, S., Paulus, R., Douglas, S., Troyer, S., Boles, B., Ong, H., Anderson,
E., Reed, C., Whiff, J., Roose, M., Pribble, B. Third row, Overmyer, G., Brouwer, B., Weaver, S., Alm, G., Lilly, J., Lamberson, J.,
Riedel, H., Beerer, J., Downing, E., Briganf, N., Bowman, M., Shock, C. Fourfh row, Yeafer, B., Gause, R., Heigl, C., Bowen, M.,
Beck, E., Bailey, G., Ericson, C., Weimer, D., Farr, K., Allen, D., Ganger, M., Lauby, S., Rowe, K.
Leff 'Io righfz lSeafedl Mann, D., social chairman, Pribble, B.,
Ireasurer, Whiff, J., secrefary, Rowe, K., presidenf, Bowman, M.,
vice-presidenf, Heigl, C., program chairman. lSfandingl Miss
Eason, sponsor, Hoadley, M., social chairman, Teefers, S., second
vice-presidenf, Downing, E., religious chairman, Yeafer, B., ser-
geanf-af-arms, Kraybill, S., sophomore represenfalive, Reed, C.,
Candy bars for children in Finland, hearfs
and kisses af fhe Sweefhearf Swing, seals af
Easfer and good gef-fogefhers every
Thursday . . . +ha+'s whaf Y-Teens means
fo nearly fwo hundred high school girls.
The purpose of Y-Teens is fo grow as
a person, fo grow in friendship wifh people
of all races, religions, and nafionalifies,
and fo grow in fhe knowledge and love of
God. Togefher Y-Teens seek fo enrich fheir
own lives and fo do fheir share in building
a beffer communify.
Meefings are held every Thursday af fhe
YWCA. The club is open fo any high
Many variefies of programs were presenfed
during fhe year. A falk and film aboul' fhe
crippled children of Elkharf were presenfed
by Mrs. Roberf Anderson. A flower show
was given by Wades' Flower Shop. A cooking
clemonsfrafion was given by a represenfafive
from Indiana and Michigan Elecfric Co.
Leff fo righfz Firsf row, Comer, L.: Williams, S.: Horn, J.: Gordo n, B.: Williams, S.: Bufler, S.: Reed, J.: Denman, J.: Wienhofr, B.:
Teerers, S.: Perif, P.: Olson, J.: Richfer, M. Second row, Hosler, J.: Unziclcer, J.: Kraybill, S.: Jessup, H.: Francisco, S.: Replogle, K.:
Schalliol, S.: Yoder, J.: Zipser, W.: Monschein, S.: LeRoy, R.: Horn, C.: Guzzo, M.: Wrigh+, D. Third row, Bowers, S.: Long, R.:
Sfokely, A.: Cripe, M.: Clausen, C.: Niika, B.: Slough, M.: Woldf, M.: Rush, J.: Neher, S.: Smifh, M.: Blenner, K.: Gordon, M.:
5coH, J. Fourfh row, Grove, B.: Hosler, C.: Nicholson, P.: Miller, W.: Howard, K.: Krelschmer, K.: Rice, J.: Burkehead, M.: Swiharl, L.:
Ehrsam, S.: Weaver, J.: Wood, P.: Sfephens, P.: Robbins, C.: Bru baker, M.: Wilkes, D.: Croxall, T.
Movies were shown on ballef, and "One
God", which explained abour diFFeren+ re-
ligions, cusloms, and beliefs. Coach Bill
Milliner Spoke ...O fha Club in .the Lefl +o righf: lS+andingl Canlrell, D., presidenl:
Coleman, B., secrefary: Palmer, L., vice-presidenfg
lseafedl Ware, R., freasurer: Mrs. H. M. Tolson,
BTW Y-TEEN OFFICERS
The club accomplished i+s main proiecl 'For
The year: +he making of a club consrifurion.
They also held +heir annual Chapel
Assembly in The spring.
Presidenl Ka+y Rowe and vice-president
Marlene Bowman, represen+ed Elkhar'r's Y-
Teens a+ fhe Narional YWCA convenrion.
B. T. W. Y-TEENS
The B.T.W. Y-Teens year began in Sepiem-
ber wi'l'h +he elecfion of officers for 'rhe year.
The ac+ivi+ies of +he year were planned by
a commirree headed by Wyonnie Palmer. The
commiHee planned monfhly acfivilies. The
main evenrs of +he year included: a Fall
Fes+ival in Seprember, a Chris+mas play, "Lo,
He ls Born" in December, a Slyle Review in
which spring and summer apparel were
shown, and fhe closing ac+ivi+y of +he year, a
spring formal dance given in honor of
The senior girls.
Left lo righf: Firsf row, Mallock, J.: McDonnell, G.: Hamman, J.: Eichelberg, S.: Farnsworfh, G.: Turnocln, J.: Adams, R. Second
l6w,LLilly, J.: Bueier, J.: Troyer, S.: Lamberson, J.: Walerman, C.: Pearsey, R.: Beck, E. Third row, Douglas S.: Brouwer, B.: Saranlos
yfle, J.: Lund, B.: Weimer, D.: Arnold, J.: Rich, J.
Dramalics sludenls who have sa+isfied 'rhe
requiremenls of fhe Nafional Thespian Club,
are awarded lhe highes+ honor possible in EHS
Turnoclr J, vice-presidenl: Weimer, D., presidenl: Saranfos, G.,
secrefary: Mrs. Chris+ine Dillen, sponsor.
dramafics when fhey become Thespians. They
are enlilled fo wear +he club emblem, The
blue "T" wi'rh +he smiling and frowning masks.
Bu+ Thespians do noi' resi on +heir laurels:
fhey mus+ mainlain eligibilify by parlicipaling
in plays, giving readings, or pulling on
During lhe year, fhe Thespians have held a
candy sale, held par+ies wi'I'h fhe Wig 'n Cue,
and presen+ed various dramalic aclivilies
for +he benefif of ou+side organizarions.
On February 7, Thespians and Wig 'n Cue
produced "Take Care of My LiHle Girl".
Several of +he Thespians parlicipaled in
'rhe speech lournamenl al' Howe Mililary on
March 29. Darlene Weimer, Bruce Lund,
George Saranlos, Jacque Livinghouse, Jerry
Smilh and Gloria Farnsworlh were casl in
"The Dear Depar'red", which was presenfed
at lhe iniliaiion.
The main social aclivily for 'lhe year was ihe
annual formal banquel, held May 6, al
The Holel Elkhart Al' lhal lime, formal
iniiialion was held for new Thespian members.
Mrs. Chrisiine Dillen is sponsor of Thespians.
Leff fo righf: Firsf row, McDonnell, G.: Hamman, J.: Gang, S.: Pershing, S.: Turnock, J.: Cambron, A.: Wilkes, D.: Rush, J.:
Wrighf, D.: Horn, J. Second row, Eichelberg, S.: Farnsworfh, G.: Eldelman, D.: Isbell, E.: Boynfon, S.: Wagner, J.: Swiharf, L.: Russell, L.:
Lamberson, J.: Peferson, K.: Waferman, C. Third row, Buefer, J.: Troyer, S.: Douglas, S.: Brouwer, B.: Lilly, J.: Downing, E.: Miller,
M.: Adams, R.: Henry, S.: Arnold, J.: Bourdon, F. Fourfh row, Saranfos, G.: Campbell, T.: Beck, E.: Pearsey, R.: Weirner, D.:
Baker, K.: Rich, J.: Lund, B.: Lyfle, J.: Bicke
Donning fheir wigs and make-up, fhese
dramafic-minded club members are
always on cue. The purpose of fhe club
is fo learn more abouf dramafics, fo
creafe an inferesf in all fhings concerning
fhe drama, and fo give sfudenfs a chance
fo presenf plays and do dramafic readings.
This year Wig 'n Cue had a membership
of forfy-five. Meefings were held
regularly fhe firsf Friday of each monfh.
Many acfivifies were planned and
carried ouf by members. Af fhe firsf
of fhe year, new members presenfed an
enferfaining program for fhe old members,
followed by a parfy. ln December, Mrs.
Fox gave a play review of "Member
of fhe Wedding". This proved very
inferesfing and enferfaining.
In January, fhe club sponsored a candy
sale wifh fhe Thespians. They again
Leff fo righfz Lyfle, J., boys' social chairman:
Buefer, J., freasurer: Pearsey, R., vice-presidenf:
Mrs. Dillen, sponsor: Peferson, K., secrefary: Troyer,
S., girls' social chairman: Lund, B., presidenf.
WIG 'N CUE
combined wifh Thespians in March fo hold a Calendar Dinner Parfy.
During baskefball season, fhe club sold concessions af games. This was a
lof of fun and hard work, buf ended profifebly.
On February 7, Wig 'n Cue sponsored wifh fhe Thespians fhe all-school
dramafic play: "Take Care of My LiH'le Girl". A few weeks following fhe
play, a parfy was held fo honor fhe casf and all ofhers who helped in
The year was closed wifh a 'rea and fhe Annual Banquef and formal
inifiafion af fhe Hofel Elkharf.
Lefr lo righf: Firsf row, Thompson, N.: Miller, E.: Reafsnyder, J.: Throne, J.: Ransboflom, R.: Shafer, M.: Dick, J.: Wenger, P. Second
row, Ellis, B.: Shicby, C.: Unzicker, J.: Weisf, S.: Davis, U.: Maybe, S.: l'leisl', J.: Kenner, N. Third row, Paflerson, S.: Alexander,
Shanlz, C.: Rhineharf, S.: Hickman, D.: Lockman, B.: Seclzman, J.: Thompson, S. Fourlh row, Louclrs, J.: Sipress, L.: Sixby, S.: Siulsman
D.: E kback, M.: Kanlz, V.: Koonlz, J.: Coney, P.
To promofc high physical efficiency among
+l1e girls of Elkharl' High School by offering
facilifies, organizafion and insfrucfion in a
variefy of acfivifies, 'rhe Girls' Afhlefic
Leff io righfz Miss Kendall, sponsor: Reafsnyder, J., presidenf:
Ransboflom, R., secrelary: Slrieby, C., vice-presideni: Shanfz, C.,
Associafion aims +o s+imula+e parficipafion
for every girl in some form of physical
recreafion and +0 give an opporfunify for
fhe girl wifh special falenl' To develop
il' fo her own safisfacfion.
This year's ac+ivi+ies began wiih +he
ini+ia+ion of new members on +he 'fhird Tuesday
of 'rhe school year in 'lhe gymnasium. The
sporfs council, composed of fhe officers and
fhe heads of all sporfs mel' on 'rhe firsf and
fhird Tuesday of each monfh during home-room
period 'ro organize and sei-up fhe spor'rs
calendar for +he year. This year's acfivifies
sfarfed wi+h bowling and soffball. Ofher sporfs
offered during +he year were fennis, archery,
badminfon, baskelball, volleyball, fumbling
This year 'rhe girls became members of
lhe Nafional Junior Bowling Associafion.
Highlighfs of +he year included: fwo volleyball
games wifh Soufh Bend Cenfral, a soffball
game wi+h Madison High School, a Plaque
Playday al' DePauw Universify, a s+a'l'e camp,
and an awards banquel' al' 'lhe end of +he year
when monograms, leHers, plaques and awards
were given fo members earning sufficienf
poinls. Medals were presenfed +o l'ournamen'I'
winners in archery, badminfon, bowling
Miss Kendall is fhe club sponsor.
Leff fo righfz Firsf row, Erla, C.: Luebke, P.: Murry, L.: Bargeron, W.: Doyle, H.: Miller, C.: Olson, J.: Ocker, J.: Cooper, P. Second row,
Higgason, M.: Pribble, B.: Beerer, J.: Lamberson, J.: Horn, C.: Bion, J.: Daugherly, B.: Wager, J.: Kreiss, M.: Knudson, J. Third
row, Luebke, N.: Neeley, B.: Hakes, K.: Miller, M.: Hakes, K.: Lambdin, M.: Eafen, E.: G-anger, S.: Newman, J.: Pfisfer, J. Fourfh
row, Mclnrire, N.: Shullz, J.: Hobson, P.: Cripe, R.: Minnger, P.: Marquardf, S.: Walker, A.: Howard, K.: Ganger, M.: Vanderway, l.
Special ac+ivi+ies of F. N. L. during +he
pasl' year have been: Chrislmas Parry on
December I8, Molher-Daugh+er Tea in
April, Spring Parly in May honoring 'lhe
senior members, a four lhrough +he Soulh
Bend Children's Hospi+al. The club also
visired 'rhe Child Welfare S+a+ion and +he
Baby Clinic. ln Ociober 'rhe club picked
apples in Brisfol. During baskelball season
+hey sold concessions a+ one of lhe games.
F. N. L., in i+s lhird year of exisfence,
has proven successful and helpful fo everyone
lhroughoul lhe school. Some members work
in The dispensary, assisling rhe school
nurse during lheir sludy periods.
Every second Tuesday in 'rhe monlh, al'
3:30, business meerings are held. On 'lhe
fourlh Tuesday, meefings are held a+
7:30 in 'rhe high school cafeferia. A+
evening mee+ings lhis year, some of 'rhe
speakers were: Jack Landon, who
demons1'ra'I'ed many new me+hods in arlificial
respirafion and le+ 'rhe girls pracfice whal'
'rhey had learned: Miss Showaller, who
spoke on hospi+al die+e+ics and some of her
experiences in Elhiopia: Dorolhy Gilman,
an occupalional +herapis+, who lallced aboul'
her work wilh crippled children, and
F. N. l.
Nancy Mclnfire, one of fhe F. N. L. members
who 'l'Old of her European 'trip las+ summer.
Mrs. Schreiner, fhe school nurse, is
+he club sponsor.
Luebke, P., vice-presidenl: Hakes, K., lreasurer: Mrs. Schreiner, sponsor: Lambdin
M., presidenfg Beerer, J., secrefary.
Leff lo righl, Firsl row, Herold, M.: Clarlr, N.: Jolly, J.: lavagnilio, E.: Phillips, J.: Thompson, M.: Raefsnyder, J.: Teelers, B.: Slcaife,
E.: Barnard, H. Second row, Adams, R.: Unger, H.: Furlaro, M.: Kisfler, S.: Russell, L.: Anderson, D.: Waferman, C.: Riedel, H.: Hasse, G.:
Wilsey, M.: Moyer, R. Third row, Kershner, J.: Malloclr, J.: Hoeppner, J.: Dunmire, C.: Silrora, V.: Mclnlyre, N.: Lambdin, M.: Tudor,
J.: Shoclc, C.: Lauby, S.: Farnsworlh, G. Fourfh row, Tavenier, V.: Baker, M.: Roose, M.: While, E.: Pershing, S.: Henry, S.: Rose, S.:
Fihsimons, S.: Haid, J.: Adams, L.
T R l P l. E
Lefl fo righl: Firsl row, Adams, R., vice-presidenl: Anderson, D., program chair-
man: Hasse, G., presidenl: Miss Siner, sponsor. Second row, Hoeppner, J.,
secrelaryg Haid, J., Treasurer.
Dime lines for lhe polio fund, Chris+mas
baskels for +l1e poor, Easier baskefs for
lhe crippled children, ushering on College
and "Back 'ro School" nigh+s, polishing lhe
frophies, cleaning +he showcases . . .
lhese have been some of lhe aclivilies of
'lhe Triple-L for 'rhe pasl' year. Members
also sold s+a+ionery, PTA calendars,
sponsored a dance, "The Foolball Hop",
sold concessions a+ 'fhe Riley baslcelball
game, sponsored a pep session for 'fhe
Soulh Bend Cenlral baslcelball game, and
passed ou+ Blazer s'l'iclcers for 'lhe semi-finals.
On lhe social side, 'rhe club had a formal
inilialion, a box-lunch supper, several
informal gel-+oge+hers, a special April
Isl mee+ing +o which all sophomore and
iunior girls were inviled, a Molher-Daughler
Tea, and 'lhe Annual Picnic a+ which 'rhe
presidenl for nex+ year was elecled.
The club's main purpose is supporfing
lhe lhree L's on which 'rhe all-girl club is
based: Learning, Loyally, and Leadership.
Miss Siner, our club sponsor, is a
wonderful help in lhe organizafion. She
helps members wilh lheir problems, shares
in lheir lriumphs, and helps 'rhem 'lo
be be++er s+udenl's, since a "C" average
musl' be mainlained +0 remain in +he club.
Leff fo righ+: Firsf row, Rieiif, J.: Luce, D.: Tillman, D., Johnson, H., Plaff, J.: VanHorn, J. Second row, Ludlow, E.: Pleicher, D.: Poor-
baugh, E., Wiswell, E., Lighi, B.: Lough, D. Third row, Hobson, J., Templin, B.: Johnson, C., Kline, R., Vogf, B., Tillman, J., Reber, W.
To creaie, mainiain and exrend high siandards
of characier rhroughoui' rhe school and communi+y
is +he main obiecfive of +he Hi-Y. Wi+h rhe Fine
guidance of Mr. Hershel Riley and Mr. Donald
Wells, Their sponsors, +he club has done a greai
deal roward accomplishing 'rheir goal. Sfanley
Tebbels, YMCA Boys' Direc+or also helps 'rhe
boys plan +heir ac+ivi+ies. The membership
is open +o all high school boys.
The club reorganized in +he fall and elecied
fheir new officers. Then 'rhey began planning fheir
aciivifies for 'The year. These ac'rivi+ies included:
sponsoring pos+-game dances, selling decals for
car windows, ushering a+ 'rhe YMCA Cenrennial
Week, and holding a par+y a+ Camp Eberhari.
Some of fhe programs which were held +his
year were: Miss Eason's 'rravel pic+ures of Europe,
a 'ralk by 'ihe YMCA secre'rary from Soufh Bend.
They enferrained rhe Jimfown Hi-Y a+ one meeiing.
The club's "bigges1' momen'r" came during
November when 'rhe YMCA held a Cenrennial
Week, celebraring +he hundredrh birlhday of
ihe YMCA. During +his week, +he YMCA was open
+o visirors and Hi-Y boys ushered 'Phe visiiors
+hrough +he YMCA. To conclude The week, a free
dance was held. During Cenfenniel Week, 'rhe
YMCA was open fo all boys, free of cos+.
The club meefs every Monday a+ 7:30 a+ +he YMCA.
Leif fo righ+: Sranding, Johnson, C., chaplain, Luce, D., presidenig Lough, D.,
freasurerg Mr. Riley, sponsor, Templin, B., secreiaryp Reber, W., program
chairman, Mr'. Wells, sponsor. Seafed, Tillman, J., vice-p-residenf.
GIRLS' LEAGUE ADVISORY COUNCIL
Leff fo righfz Firsf row, Erb, C.: Reafsnycler, J.: Posey, S.: Kesfer, D.: Paul, P.: Thompson, M.: Phillips, J.: Jolly, J. Second row, Sfrom-
beck, R.: Galasso, A.: Comer, L.: Wilkes, D.: McDonnell, G.: Kraybill, S.: Compfon, C.: Raab, A. Third row, Bowen, M.: Galasso, B.:
Rose, S.: Swanson, S.: Adams, R.: Robbins, C.: Bruggner, B.: Hasse, G. Fourfh row, Haid, J.: Rowe, K.: Farr, K.: Ericson, C.: Lambdin,
M.: Lauby, S.: Shock, C.
Leif fo righf: Galasso, A., freasurer: Ericson, D., vice-presidenf: Miss
Dorseff, sponsor: llarr, K., presidenf: Paul, P., secrefary.
The Girls' League had ifs fiffh birfhday in EHS fhis
spring. The purpose of fhe League is fhe same fhroughouf
'rhe Unifed Sfafes, in fhaf if is fhe organizafion 'rhrough
which fhe Dean of Girls works wifh fhe girls' sfudenf body
fo help develop programs, acfivifies and social funcfions
fhaf will help define fhe besf pracfices in living in our
presenl' sociefy, fo inspire girls fo be more infelligenf
women, fo fhink before fhey acf and above all, fo be willing
fo assume responsibilify for fheir own behavior.
Through 'rhe League's varied acfivifies, girls are offered
opporfunifies fo express ideas, meef new friends and
learn some of fhe social skills.
The work of fhe League is a cooperafive affair, wifh
over fhree hundred girls on commiffees, and forfy girls
elecfed by fheir class mafes fo assisf fhe officers in
planning programs and proiecfs.
Programs for fhe year included: falks on good grooming,
fhe meaning of eclucafion ancl fhe imporfance of having
faifh and frusf in people and God, social sfandards in
Elkharf, fhe role of fhe feenager in communify
life, and 'rho Girls' League Creed.
On fhe social side, fhe League sponsored mixers,
forums, and 'rhe senior coke parfy af which fhe proper
clofhes for senior acfivifies were modeled.
All girls have an opporfunify fo gain much fhrough League
acfivifies and fo become more aware of fhe way
in which group work can be inferesfing and effecfive.
Leif ro righ+: Firsi row, Paulson, R., Poorbaugh, E., Slow, J., Emmerf, F. Second row, Thomas, D.,
Peferson, D., Slack, R., Kidder, P. Third row, Boyer, R., Hall, H., Pressler, G. Fourlh row, Hale, R.,
Johnson, R., Russo, T. Fiffh row, Luce, D., Shuler, J.: Copenhaver, G.: Glassburn, D. Sixrh row,
Wenfz, B.: Plefcher, D., McClar1e, F. Sevenfh row, Sop+ic'1, J.g Miller, C.g Mislwkin, M. Eighlh row,
DeGraFF, J., Pagedas, T.
The Boys' League, organized in I95O, is one of +he
newesi clubs of EHS. The membership of five
hundred boys includes every boy in high school.
The purpose of Boys' League is +o furiher acfivilies
of +he boys, +o promofe qualiiies of good charac+er,
'io promore a means of self-improvemeni
and beHer social adiuslmeni.
On Oc+ober 3I, +he League sponsored Glen
Cunningham, ihe famous Track s+ar, in a school
assembly program. Mr. Cunningham's ialk was a
high ligh+ of ihe year. ln Ociober, 'ihe League
presenfed a panel discussion on "Your Manners"
in which local businessmen and s1'uden+s pariicipaled.
During Chris+mas +he boys collec+ed money
for welfare baslcefs.
Ofher programs included a discussion on
"Alcoholics Anonymous" by Reverend L. S. Olsen,
and a discussion of +he Naval Reserve program in
Elkhari by Mr. Cooper and Mr. TebbeHs.
On March 5, fhe League program was a series of
colored slides presenred by Dr. Herberr Schlosser
on his African hunling 'I'rip.
Proceeds from a ialenr show and a dance laler
in +he year were presenied +o 'l'he League
for nex+ year's ac'rivi+ies.
Lef+ fo right Sfow, J., lreasurerg Paulson, R., sec'elaryg Poor
baugh, E., vice-presidenlg Mr. Rogers, sponsor, Peferson, D.
Lell lo righl: Firsl row, McCloughan, C.: Hamman, J.: Snyder, M.: Brezger, L. Second row, Talberl, S.: Bion, J.: McDonnell, G.:
Beron, B.: Fisher, H. Third row, Eyer, C.: Hakes, K.: Hakes, K.: Smilh, P.: Molz, K.
PAINT AND PALETTE
Lell lo righl: Slanding, Mr. James, sponsor: Hamman, J., presidenl: Hakes, K.,
lreasurer. Sealed, McCloughan, C., secrelary: Bion, J., vice-presiclenl.
The Painl and Palelle, lhe oldesl club in EHS,
has iusl Finished ils lhirly-lirsl year ol aclivily.
The purpose ol lhe club is lo slimulale inleresl in arl.
Meelings are held lwice a monlh aller school.
These are lhe kids who made signs lor lhe bullelin
boards and poslers lor dances and olher
Remember lhe huge papier-mache Sanla Claus
lhal was on lhe slage al Chrislmas lime? Members
ol lhe club spenl many hours wilh lheir sponsor,
Mr. James, conslrucling and painling il. ll was
really "Jimmie's" idea bul all lhe kids loved il
and everyone pilched in and helped even if help
consisled only ol pasling a lew pieces ol
papier-mache on lhe wire lramework. This proiecl
was kepl a secrel as long as possible. The Sanla
Claus was called everylhing from a pigeon lrap
lo a snow man before il began lo lake lorm.
On January I7, members look a lrip lo Soulh
Bend lo hear a lalk on Modern Arl in Relalion
lo Science. The group also visiled lhe gallery
ol lhe Soulh Bend Arl Associalion.
This year lhe club purchased a painling lo be
hung in lhe school's halls.
LeH +o righfz Firsf row, Parcell, E.: Daugherly, L.: Sfone, M.: Smith, P.: Dilorenzo, K.: Mann, D. Second row, DeHoT'f, B.: Alwine, B.:
Wiesl, P.: Unger, H.: Hosleller, J.: Rowe, R.: Vickers, B. Third row, Welsch, H.: Bender, B.: McLoughlin, W.: Smilh, J.: Doyle, R.
To develop successful leadership in rerailing, io help
sfudenls make an inlelligenl choice and use fheir
abililies +o The besl advanlage in The 'field of
merchandising and +o encourage +he use of high
elhical slandards in business are The goals of
The Dislribulive Educalion Club.
All pupils enrolled in 'rhe Vocalional Merchandising
Course aufomalically become members of The local
organiza+ion. Since all of lhese pupils are working par+
+ime, class lime is Taken for +he regular meelings which
are held every o+her Friday. The programs for The
meelings consisl of skils, films, panel discussions, and
'ralks given by merchanls and olher business people.
Money-making proiecls of l'he club during 'lhe year
were: homemade candy sale, losl and found aucfion
sale, and concessions a+ 'The Goshen baskelball game.
The club mainlains acfive membership in The s'ra'l'e and
nalional Dislribulive Educalion Club. On January I9,
four s+uden+s a'Hended +he slale convenlion a+ Buller
Universify, Indianapolis. Russell Doyle was elecled
slale vice-president Delegales were also senl +o +he
Nalional D.E.C.A. meeling in Wichi'ra, Kansas, in April.
The sponsor, Miss Kirkland, 'reaches members 'The
fundamenlals of selling and serves as
coordinaror for on-'rhe-job Training.
Leif +0 righlz Firsl row, Rowe, R., social chairman: Mann, D., presi
denl: Miss Kirkland, sponsor. Second row, Doyle, R., vice-presidenl
Welsch, H., Treasurer: Dilorenzo, K., secrefary.
Leif io righ+: Firsf row, Jame, D., Harness, R., Perkins, P., Manly, D., Kling, R., Mann, B., Comer, K. Second row, Perkins, R., Troup,
A., Blessing, D., Mason, D., Mann, D., Berkey, E.
Lefl lo righ'f: Sealed, Perkins, R., vice-presidenf, Mr. Cooper,
sponsor, Mason, D., presidenf. Sfanding, Troup, A., program chair-
man, Mann, D., secrelary-freasurer.
Where's my coa+? GoHa 'telephone here? Where is U2?
Usher, have you seen a liHle boy?
Hundreds of fhese ques+ions are asked of 'lhe hardworking
boys in +he Ushers' Club. Members are recognized by
lhe blue and whi+e caps wifh "USHER" wri++en
on fhem. The boys also wear leHers received
for +heir service in 1'he club.
Among +he several duiies performed for +he school
by +his club were: ushering a+ foofball and baske+ball
games, opera+ing a check room af baskefball games,
ushering for +he choir concerfs and senior aclivifies
and being ready for lhe hundred ofher ac+ivi+ies
+ha1' happen during fhe school year.
The Ushers' Club has 'Taken par? in quife a 'few acfivifies
'lhis year: 1'he club has made +rips 'ro Hun+ing1on, for
+he Holiday Tourney and +he annual spring frip for
lhe club which was a frip 'io Defroif, where 'rhe club
spen+ Their +ime seeing +he Dearborn Museum and
a major league ball game. Ofher ac+ivi+ies of +he club
+his year were +he selling of 'rhe now 'famous "Blazer
BuHons", which inciden+ally will become an annual
proiecf of lfhe club. They also sponsored busses of ihe
Semi-Final af Lafayefle.
Mr. Cooper is 'rhe sponsor of +he Ushers' Club.
Leff fo righf: Firsf row, Furfaro, M., Zipser, W., Long, R., LeRoy, R., Beclu, E., Hosler, J.g Dilorenzo, K., Mann, D. Second row, Krsller
S., Wood, P., Sellers, L., Thompson, N., Nicholson, P., Jellce, S., Sfephens, P., Emmerf, J. Third row, Niesen, P., Dunmire, C n
H., Anderson, B., Kimes, K., Ericson, C., Heberf, R. Fourfh row, Guhl, P., Sampsell, B., Smifh, J., Mclnfyre, D., Boulle, P., Garner
P., Talberf, S., Harfley, P.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
"Le Cercle Francais", fhe French club of
Ellcharf High School, fhis year had among ifs
fwenfy-six new members Pierre Boulle, a
foreign sfudenf from Paris, France. Pierre
helped members fo a beffer undersfanding
of French and fhe French people.
Chrisfmas carols in French were sung by club
members during fhe week before Chrisfmas.
Af a pre-game spagheffi supper, a French fheme
was carried ouf by fhe waifresses and chefs
who were dressed in French cosfumes.
On April 25, fhe annual "Une Soiree Francais',
a French evening, was presenfed by fhe club,
Af fhis program, all of fhe enferfainmenf was
in French. The program consisfed of a vocal
quarfef, vocal duef, fap dance, insfrumenfal
numbers, and a chorus line. The firsf year French
class presonfed a play, "Franches Lippees",
which was enfirely in French. The casf included:
Larry Garner, Pierre Boulle, Shirley Talberf,
Wanda Zipser, Befh Anderson, and Kay Blenner.
The second year class also presenfed a play,
"La Femme Parle Francais", for fhe French
Evening. The casf was: Jacque Livinghouse, Jerry
Smifh, Mary Furfaro and Barbara Daugherfy.
Forfy-one members of Le Cercle Francais meef
fhe firsf Friday of every monfh fo improve in
conversafional French and fo obfain a more
fhorough knowledge of fhe French people.
Mrs. Frances Avery is fhe sponsor of French Club
Leff fo righf: Harfley, P., freasurer, Beclr, E., presidenf, Mrs Avery
sponsor, Furfaro, M., secrefary, Kimes, K., vice-presidenf, Reed C
We're bolh lambs, baaa.
Ain'f love grand?
fr' is if
Jusl' one more fo go.
The glory of a fral' pin.
"TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRl"
The Dramafics Deparfmenf play, "Take Care of My
Liffle Girl", was presenfed on February 7, I952.
The plof revolved around Liz Ericson, a freshman al'
Midwesfern Universify. Liz wenf fo college hoping fo
become a member of fhe Queens, a sororify fo which
her mofher had belonged.
Led by Dallas and Merry, fwo very sophisficafed
sororify members, fhe Queens vofed fo accepf
Liz as a pledge buf reiecfed Liz's friend, Becky.
During fhe excifemenf of pledging and making new
sororify friends, Liz neglecfed bofh her sfudies
and her old friends.
Liz was rescued from her academic problems by
Becky and Joe, fwo of her home 'lown friends,
however, Liz confinued fo follow fhe Queen
paffern by accepfing Chad's frafernify pin.
Suddenly, on inifiafion nighf, Liz realized how unkind
she had been 'ro Becky and Joe. Refurning her
pledge pin, Liz said fhaf she no longer wanfed fo be
a sororify member. Liz also refurned Chad's frafernify pin
Comedy was provided by Ad, a girl from Tucson,
and Casey, fhe sororify infellecfual.
The casl' was as follows: Grace McDonnell, Joyce
Beerer, Joan Turnock, Kay Baker, Elva Downing, Darlene
Weimer, Sharon Kraybill, Mary Furfaro, Gloria
Farnsworfh, Sfanley Sims, Jim Lyfle, Don Dillen,
Bul' Dad, ll' only cosfs . . .
The handyman. Mr. Tuflle.
One phase of puppy love
The pesl' from nexl door.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"June Mad", wri++en by Florence Ryerson and Colin
Clemenls, was presenled on December 6, l952, and was
well received by approximalely I,500 alfending
adulls and sludenls.
The slory concerned Penny Wood, Shirley Eichelberg,
and Chuck Harris, David Rasp, +he boy nexl door,
as +hey wen'I' abou? 'rhe frequenlly difficull' bul' always
amusing business of growing up. When Penny's Uncle
Mervyn, Herb Skalvold, only five years older lhan she,
broughl Roger Van Vleck, Wayne Bickel, a senior and a
killer-diller, home from college, she forgol To be a
man-haler and succumbed +o an aH'ack of puppy love which
was degrees worse 'lhan measles, ln her eliforls +o make
herself aHrac+ive +o lhe fascinaling Roger, she almosl
disrupled +wo families, bul lhe discovery 'lha+ Roger
double-crossed Mervyn by 'lrying 'lo sleal his girl, broughl
her back lo normal and incidenlally 'ro Chuck.
The casl included: Penny Wood, Shirley Eichelbergg Chuck
Harris, David Raspg Mrs. Wood, Darlene Weimerg
Elmer Tu+'lle, Henry Guzzog Dr. Wood, David Thomas:
Effie, Clara Mulzelg Milly Lou, Susan Swar+sg Mervyn
Roberls, Herb Ska+vold: Roger Van Vleck, Wayne Bickelg
Mr, Harris, Larry Gilman, Shirley Wenlworlh, Genevieve
Hasseg Ralph Wenlworlh, Jim Kemnilzg Julie Harris,
The slage se+ was designed by Grace McDonnell and
program cover by Jean Hammon.
The play was direcled by Mrs. Chrisline H. Dillen. The
prompler was Julia Haid.
Choosing fhe play: Mrs. Dillen, Jr. Class sponsors, judges, Rehearsing: Sari gefs info characfer.
class members selecf fhe play.
Trying auf: The judges choose fhe casf.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
The Junior Class Play, "The Adorable Spend+hriH",
was presenled on May 2, I952.
Tryou+s were held March 24 and 26. Mrs. Dillen, Mrs.
Sickels, Mr. Harvey and Miss Brough+on were lhe group
who chose and cas+ 'rhe play. Shirley Waggoner and
S+anley Sims also helped +o choose +he play. The sei' was
designed by lhe l2D class and painled by The IID class.
The play is aboul Hardy Mason, who wenl' abroad and
proposed +0 a fascinaling French girl, Sari, asking lhal
she follow him 'io America for lheir wedding. On her
arrival, Sari is coldly received by Hardy's family. Mrs.
Mason and daugh+er lrene regard her as a social hindrance.
Also, she finds a rival in Helen Reeves-Allon, who, now
+ha+ Hardy is rich, finds him eligible. Sari sees 'rhal lheir
money is making +he 'family an easy mark 'for parasiles-
chief among +hem Senalor Pollard and Leroy Morlon, a
for+une hunier who praclices his wiles on lrene.
Hardy goes away and enlrusfs Sari wilh 550,000 and
several blank checks, signed. Sari disposes of The money
by backing lhe servanls in various enlerprises. Sari 'l'ries fo
make lhe family undersland l'he reason why she did il, buf
fails. Sari pays +hem back from her own money, for if
comes ou+ 'lhal' she's a Counless. A+ lhis poinl one of +he
bullers who has benefi+ed by Sari's generosily lells lhem
+ha+ he has inves+ed his money in oil and slruck il' rich:
he declared Hardy as his parfner. Hardy wins Sari back and
all ends well.
The casf included: Dick Bahr. Carol SliH', Gordon Kesler,
Sally Cornish, Joan Turnock, Don Harfman, Roger Klein,
Sandradean Silver, Sonny Douglas, Dick Ple+cher, Howard
James, Judy Lilly, Nancy Fuller, and Don Marquis.
Those Merry Milkmaids . . . 'lhe chorus line: songs by Marquis: Kay Pelerson al fhe pianog Don Dillon and his magic: a melody
by Belly Kaser.
On Oclober I8, l95I, lhe Class of '53 presenled fhe
"Counly Fair" was +he lheme for fhe Follies of '53,
The Follies opened wi+h an early morning scene al lhe
midway of a coun+y fair. While lhe show progressed, 'lhe
day also passed and lhe finale was a nighl scene before
rhe "fair" closed. David Smifh was Masler of Ceremonies
and Earl Poorbaugh, Barker. Throughouf lhe program lhe
lwo fried 'fo "ou'ldo" one anolher wi+h ralenl 'From rheir
Wi+h +he Junior Class Chorus, piano solos, square dancing,
vocal solos, a lwo-piano duel, lap dancing, a panlomime,
chorus lines, vaudeville acls, and inslrumenlal solos-lhe
iuniors presenfed a very enlerfaining show.
Gordon Kesler was general chairman, Ross Paulson and
David Smilh wrole lhe scripl. Richard Hendricks, Howard
James, Don Marquis and Myrl McFarland rounded-up
lalenf. The program was designed by Cleola Reed and
prinled by Howard James and Jerry Beudelle.
During +he inlermission, Karl Schock enlerlained al'
Mrs. Ada Sickels and Mr. Rex Harvey are +he Junior Class
sponsors. Under 'rheir supervision, lhe largesl' lickel' sale
on record packed 'lhe house wi+h an enlhusiaslic audience.
INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC DEPARTMENT
Leff fo righf: Fred Meyers, femporary direcfor
of fhe lnsfrumenfal Music Deparfmenfg Roberf
Ralsfon, direcfor of fhe High School Band,
Howard Kilberf, associafe direcfor of fhe High
School Band: Beffy Elmquisf, direcfor of fhe
High School Orchesfrag Arfhur Hill, associafe
direcfor of fhe High School Orchesfra.
The lnsfrumenfal Music Deparfmenf consisfs of
organizafions on bofh fhe high school and iunior high
levels. Junior high bands and orchesfras acf as "feeder
sysfems" for fhe high school organizafions.
In fhe spring each of fhese organizafions gives a
concerf which shows fhe resulf of much hard work on fhe
parf of fhe direcfors who spend many hours affer
school and on Safurdays rehearsing.
Taking over in fhe midyear, Mr. Ralsfon and Miss
Leff fo righf: Phillips, J., Lifke, P., Folfz, A., Vesfer, J., Boss, J., Miller,
Elmquisf have molded fhe orchesfra and band info
organizafions fo be proud of.
Headed by Harold Auld, presidenf, fhe Music Parenfs
Club works fogefher all year long for fhe purpose
of helping fhe band and orchesfra.
One of fheir proiecfs fhis year was fo help finance
fhe new band uniforms. ln fhe fall fhey sold
concessions and fickefs for fhe band show which
raised funds for fhe uniforms.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA CONCERTS
November 16 ........................ Fall Concerf
February 21 ...................... Band Assembly
March 7 .................. Orchesfra Assembly
March 21 ....... .............. W infer Concerf
May 8 .......... ............. S enior Concerf
"A musical educaiion for each s+uden+" is fhe
moH'o of fhe band.
The acliviiies of fhe band fhis year included: an
appreciaiion concerf for +he grade schools, a hip io
Cassopolis, half-'lime shows for lhe foolball games,
music for fhe baslnefball games, music for many
pep sessions, 'four slcafing parries and a parly
a'Her each concert
Mr. Fred Muller, band direcfor for The pasf ihree years,
resigned in January lo worlr for The Schirmer Publishing
Co. A farewell parly was given in his honor by 'lhe
band and orchesfra. Mr. Roberi' Ralslon direc+ed
The band for +he remainder of lhe year.
Many band members pariicipaled in +he local conlesl'
in Ellrharl, lhen in +he disiricl coniesl in Souih Bend.
Some won superior rafings af Soulh Bend and were
able fo aHend ihe s1'a+e confesl' ai' Bu+ler
Universily a+ Indianapolis.
The conceris for fhe year were: Fall Concerl held
on November lb, Winfer Conceri' on March 2I,
fhe Senior Concerl' on May 8, and a concerl played for
'lhe high school s+uden+ body on February 2l.
ln addiiion 'io working hard a+ rehearsals fhis year,
orchesfra members did a good deal of playing in
ouiside music ac+ivi+iesg for insiance, several members
pariicipaied in fhe Teachers' Conference orchesfra in
Souih Bend and some wenf 'io Manchesfer College
on March 29 for The annual Siring Feslival. Members
also pariicipaied in 'lhe local, dis+ric'l', and siaie conlesls.
Among 'rhe orches+ra's many social ac+ivi+ies of 'lhe
year were The parries held a'F+er each regular conceri
Le'F'r +o righi: Firsl row, Cox, D., social chairman: Balmer, K., secrefary-freasurerg
Tudor, J.. vice-president Wilsey, M., president Second row, Graber, E., soloisf:
Mann, B., social chairman.
a+ which en+er+ainmen+ was presen+ed by members of
fhe orcheslra. Alihough fhe orcheslra did a good deal
of enferiaining, members were also enierfained. ln
May 'they were guesls of fhe Elks af fhe sixih annual
Miss Belly Elmquisl' is The conducfor of The orchesira.
The concer+s of +he orchesira 'ihis year consisfed of
four concer1's: The Fall concerl, a Pops Concerf, Winfer
Concerf, and ihe Senior Concert
Leif 'lo righl: Kesler, G., boys' social chairman: Filzsimmons, S.,
girls' social chairman: Peferson, K., secrefaryg Snearly, R., presidenfg
Sims, S., vice-president Mr. Ralsfon, direcior.
The band poses in fheir new uniforms.
ROBERT RALSTON. Dlrecfor
David Dalrym ple
Confro Boss Clarinef
The orchesfra in Concerf arrangemenf.
Karl Schock Kaly Rowe
Sue Isbell Dale Hoak
Elsie Van Diepenbos Hales
Lois MUVNY Mariorie Thompson
Howard James Rose Lockwood
Carol Dunmire Una Cox
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accompanied by 'rhe Girls' Choir. Good Friday,
lhe EHS Choir sang a+ fhe Good Friday service,
held a+ +he Elco rheafre.
The Spring Concerl was given on May 22. All lhe
choirs parlicipaledz +he main aHrac'rion was lhe
"Song of America," a song s+ory of 'lhe hisiory of
WILLAM GOWDY, direcfor
ROBERTA ESCH, accompanisl
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'ihe EHS Orcheslra.
The choir banque+ was held on May 29. T.eHers and
pins for service in lhe choir were presenled al'
rhis +ime. The lasl' even+ of +he year was singing for
Baccalaureale on June I.
Lefl lo righlz Allen, M., presidenl of Girls' Chorus: Erb, C., secrelary ol EHS
Choir, Blackwell, F., presiclenl of Mixed Chorus, Mulzl, C., presidenl of EHS
Choir: Balmer, B., girls' social chairman of EHS Choir: Slrombeck, R., presidenf
of Girls' Choir, Mr. Gowdy, direciorg Ullery, B., boys' social chairman ol EHS
Choir, Swarfs, S., Treasurer of EHS Choir.
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Leff fo righh Waferman, H., sporfs ediforg Guhl, P., ediforg Shuler.
J., assisfanf business manager: Shulfz, C., assisfanf edifor.
Le'F+ fo righl: Barker, J., business manager: Plank, J., ar+ edilorg
Hariley, P., assisfanf ediror.
The rheme for This year's annual, "We Like I+ Here",
domonsrrafes why we are proud of Elkharr and
Elkharl' High School.
The complere s'rory of a year ai EHS including classes,
ac+ivi+ies, sporrs, 'fold in picrures and informal shois
of kids in rheir leisure +ime is rhe basis of +he book.
Everyone on +he Annual slafi and members of all
commiHees worked hard +o measure up +o +he highesf
yearbook honor, 'lhe All-American ra+ing which +he
Pennani Annual has received for ihe pasf Twelve years.
AH'hough our special picrures are professional, 'rhe
s+ahc is grea+ly indeb+ed +0 Mr. Winne and Bob
Pon+ius of +he Visual Educa+ion Club and Cher Geber+
of +he TRUTH 'for The many informal pic'I'ures in 'lhe book
Under rhe guidance of Miss Kelly as adviser and
Pafsy Guhl, ediior, +he s+aff conduc+ed fhe subscriprion
drive, sold ads, and spenl' mosr of rheir weekends and
spring vacarion geHing copy ready +o go.
Ofher members of +he edi+orial and business sraffs
were: Phyllis Harfley and Carlee Shulrz, assisranf ediiors
Harold Wa+erman, spor+s ediforg Jim Plank, arf edirorg
Jim Barker, business manager: Jim Shuler, assis+an+
business manager: Elva Downing, junior s+aFF member,
assis+ed ihe regular s'l'aFf members.
Many orher seniors gave generously of +heir +ime
wrifing copy, selling ads, and ryping for 'Phe year book.
Leff fo righfz Downing, E., assisianl 'lealure edilorg Henry, S., assisfanf edilorg Moran, J.,
ediforg Heid, P., fealure edilorg Beck, E., associale ediforg Reed, C., assisfanf fealure edilor.
To 'fry +0 reporl' worlh while school news accuralely,
and reflecl The besl' of s+uden+ lhinkingg fo encourage
spor+smanship, cooperafion, undersfanding, and a
democrafic spiri+ in our school-'lhis is 'rhe pla'l"Form
The Pennan+ has been published
every 'rwo weeks +his year due lo
a change in fhe prinlshop slaff.
Mr. Reifh, formerly 'lhe prin+ing
leacher, leff Elkharl and was
femporarily replaced during +he
firs+ semesler by Mr. Dallas
Pearsey. Al' lhe beginning of +he
second semesler, Mr. Kennelh
Harding became 'rhe permanen+
The edi+orial sraff consisled of:
Janef Moran, edilorg Liz Beck,
associafe edilor: Barbara Brouwer,
Sandra Troyer, Kafhleen Kimes,
Sara Henry, assisl'an+ edilorsg Pali
Heid, fealure edilorg Cleo+a
Reed, assis+an'rg Jim Reiff, Jim
PlaH, business managers: Kale
Goodsene, ad manager, Dick
Plefcher, sporfs edi+or.
of 'lhe Pennan+ Weekly. A slaff of eighly-eigh+ sludenls
worked on +he Pennanl' +his year. They were especially
proud of fheir lwo six-page issues: The Chrisfmas
issue and +he Blue and Whi+e Tournameni issue.
leff fo righf: Brouwer, B., assis+an+ edilorp Pleicher, D., sporls edilorg Wiswell, E., sporis
wrilerg Troyer, S., assislanf edilorg Kimes, K., assisfanf edilorg Hobson, J., sporfs wriler.
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loyally follow the Blazer feams.
Back fo fhe Field House
af half fime.
Mr. Wiley has a word wifh fhe
gang before fhe Goshen game.
EHS FOOTBALL SEASON
Ellchar1"s Foolball Blazers opened lheir season againsl
Columbus' Bulldogs of +he Souihern Indiana Conference
wi+h a I3-O win. By pushing across a louchdown in
each of lhe firsi' +wo quarlersz 'lhe Blazers were able lo
send mos+ of fhe 6:5O0 fans home happy.
Larry Shea climaxed a 67 yard march by
scooling around righl' end for seven yards
and 'rhe Blazers' inilial score.
The Bulldogs suffered a bad break Iaie in +he 'Firsf
quarfer when fheir quarferback, Bob Suma,
iniured his leg. Elkharfs second lally was scored
Confinued on page 99
Leff fo righf: Jeri Emmerl, Judy Lily, Marlene
Bowman, Delores Mann, Sandy McElroy.
E.H.S. COACHING STAFF-FOOTBALL
Lefr fo righf: Milre Byelene, Henry Morris, Glenn Silcofi, Loren Evans, Tony
Campagnoli, Earl Arnold, Bill Milliner.
by Wayne Gruber on a quarferback sneak. The drive for fha? score
sfarfed on fhe I2 yard line and was feafured by Gruber's passing and
Shea's running. Blazer end Joe Soplich lciclced one of +wo conversions.
Af+er holding +he hos'r Riley Wildcafs fo I3 poin+s in 'rhe firsr
half, rhe Blue Blazers' defense failed +o hold and 26 more Riley poinfs
surged across +he Blazer goal line before +he 'final gun. Twen+y
of lhese came in +he final Eve mInu+es of +he ball game. The Blue and
Confinued on page 100
EHS Varsify and B-squad before Hle opening of flxeir season schedule.
Whife poinf oufpuf was limifed fo 6 poinfs. A Gruber-fo-Slack
pass in fhe lasl' quarfer gave fhe Blazers 'lheir only score.
All-Conference Half-back Blackie Moffs was fhe Wildcaf's chief
ground gainer, averaging I5 yards in I3 fries, including an
87 yard run +o a fouchdown on Riley's firsf play from scrimmage.
Gruber received fhe nexf kickoff and refurned if fo fhe
Wildcaf I6 before being broughl' down from behind. The Blazers
carried fhe ball fo fhe vicl'or's one foof line before losing if.
ELKHART I2 FORT WAYNE NORTH I3
ln fhe Norfh Side Forl' Wayne game fhe Blazer foofball forfunes
improved fremendously, as fhey fully exfended fhe Norfhmen
before bowing I3-l2. The Blazer fallies were by fullback Bud Wenfz
who bolfed I9 yards for fhe score affer a Gruber-fo-Miller pass
went' 'round Hgh' end' puf fhe ball in scoring ferrifory. Elkharf's second score of fhe
ball game came in fhe lasf quarfer wifh Ben Barnes going over from
fhe five affer Gil Cook and Jim De Graff had carried fhe brunf
of fhe Blue a++ack down fhe field. Leff halfback Froncie
Gufman carried a greaf share of fhe Forf Wayne affack and was
insfrumenfal in fhe Redskins I3 poinf score in fhe fhird quarfer.
ELKHART 7 LAPORTE 20
Defensive misfakes and four Elkharf fumbles cosf fhe Blazers 'lheir
fhird loss of fhe season. Wayne Glassman, All-Sfafe fullback,
who scored all fhree Slicer fouchdowns, was fhe offensive highlighf
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of fhe nighf. The Blazers only score came in 'Ihe fhird quarfer when
Gruber pifched fo Ben Barnes on fhe IO. Ben shook off Iwo or fhree
facklers and wenl' over for fhe fally. Joe Sopl'ich's fry for exfra poinf
was good and af fhis poinl' of fhe ball game 'rhe score was knoffed 7-7.
A few minufes Iafer Gruber faded fo pass buf was rushed and fumbled.
Glassman picked up fhe ball and ran 63 yards 'Io fhe Elkharf 7. Two
plays Iafer he smashed over for his second TD of 'rhe nighl' and
minufes lafer he had his fhird.
ELKHART 7 GOSHEN I3
A fhird quarfer Blazer fumble on fheir own nine yard line cosf Elkharf
a I3-7 loss 'ro fheir arch-rivals. The game played al' Goshen was
wifnessed by an overflow crowd of more fhan 7,000 fans. Bofh feams
scored in fhe firsl' quarfer and fhey remained fied unfil fhe fafed
fumble. The Blazers moved 65 yards in fhree minufes fo score.
Jim De Graff raced 20 yards on a reverse fo lally fhe lone Blazer marker.
In fhe drive Bud Wenfz' 3l yard solo efforf was fhe big push. Pug
Hoover, Goshen's Ieff half scored bofh Reclskin fouchdowns.
ELKHART 7 MICHIGAN CITY I3
An inspired Blazer fooflnall feam foughf wifh all ifs sfrengfh on hosi'
Michigan Cify's Ames field before yielding I3-7 fo fhe heavily
favored home feam. Affer frailing 6-0 af half fime fhe Blues banded
fogefher for an all-ouf efforf and senf Larry Shea around end Iafe in
fhe fhird quarfer fo score. Sopfich's conversion was good
and fhe Blazers were ahead 7-6.
Wifh less fhan six minufes Cify broke Jackie Wilson away on a
6I yard sprinf 'ro pay dirf and a lead fhey never relinquished.
The Blazers fried desperafely and were on fhe Michigan Cify eighf
yard line when an infercepfed forward pass sfopped fheir drive.
A+ 'rhis poinf, wifh only 30 seconds leff: fhere was no more scoring
in 'rhe confesf.
ELKHART 6 SOUTH BEND CENTRAL 35
Alfhough hampered by l00 yards in penalfies, fhe Soufh Cenfral
Bears, Easf Division Norfhern Indiana Champs, smashed fo a 35-6
win on fhe Blazers home field. The Bears falliecl once in fhe firsf quarfer,
fwice in fhe second. and fwice in fhe fourfh, Governor Grady and
Sfan Davis scored fwice each for fhe Bears. Grady also kicked 5 conversions.
The Blazers six poinfs came when Paul Kidder scooped up a Cenfral
fumble and raced info fhe end zone. The Blazers fhreafened several more
fimes buf were unable fo push fhe ball over for a score.
Ben is sfopped for no gain.
Down on fhe 15 yard line
Where are you going?
ELKHART 6 SOUTH BEND ADAMS 6
Wi+h bofh ieams in 'ihe league cellar a
slim crowd of 3,800 gafhered 'lo wa'I'ch +he
Blazers and lhe visifing John Adams Eagles
decide who was 'l'he "Cellar Dweller".
ln fhe firsi quarfer Gruber re'I'urned an Adams
pun+ +o his Ib: and, on fhe nex+ play, his
pass was infercep'red and run back 29
yards for an Adams TD. The Blazers fally was
T made in 'ihe second period when Adams
EHS VARSITY FOOTBALL lcont.l
EHS Foofball Sludeni Managers, Jack Gaslcill, Emery
Spirifo and Bob Sfroud
was forced +o punr +o The Blazer 40. Doyne Glassburn
re+urned +o The 25 and five plays la+er Barnes scored. The
PAT appeared good bu'I' was wide and lhe score knoH'ed.
The ieams baffled evenly for fhe res? of The game and +he
final gun wenf oFF finding bo+h 'Teams wiih six
poinfs and a lie for fhe cellar.
ELKHART 20 MATTOON 0
The seniors and underclassmen combined in ihe las'I' game
of +he season fo give The Blazers a 20-0 vic'rory. The game was
played in sub-zero wealher and less 'lhan 2,000 fans wiinessed
'rhe con+es+. lf was +he firsl' lime in The school his+ory fhaf
Elkhar'I' had played a Ma'Hoon, Illinois +eam. All 'I'he Blazers
TD's were scored by seniors wi'rh Shea scoring 2 and Sopiich I.
Those seniors playing 'l'heir lasl' game 'For Ellcharl were Cap'l'ain
Floyd McClane, Ends Joe Sopiich and Carl Miller, Halfbaclxs
Larry Shea and Ben Barnes, Quarferbaclc Wayne Gruber
and Fullbaclcs Bud Wen+z and Gilford Cook.
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EHS BASKETBALL SEASON
The Blazers opened lheir I95I-52 baskefball season
November 23 againsl' lhe Jimfown Jimmies. A record
number of 75 'fouls were called againsf +he +wo leams. The
Blazers led al each quarler and 58-28 al lhe end of Ihe game.
On November 30, Goshen's Redskins were lhe firsl' foe
faced by 'rhe Blazers away from home. Showing superior heighl
and shooling skill, 'lhe Blazers delealed lhe Redmen
49-36, H' was Elkhar+'s 2Is'r conseculive win over Goshen.
The nexl nighl, afler lravelling 275 miles +o New Albany on
'rhe banks of lhe Ohio, 'rhe Blazers were lnealen 54-70. The game
was nip and luck unlil fhe Blazers Iosl some of lheir
rebounding slrenglh. Bob Pelerson and Jack Tillman
were 'lhe main offensive 'lhreals for 'l'he Blazers. '
Grover Wllifehead. Roberf Ellrsam. Henry
Morris, Bill Milliner. Earl Arnold, Loren Evans
CONFERENCE GAMES BEGIN . . .
Wilh Duane Pelerson pushing 'Ihrough 25
poinls +o lead Eldhar'I"s versalile oFIense, lhe
Blazers had lillle Irouble in downing a repuledly
slrong Laporle ball club 56-30. If was lhe
Blazers firsl' conference game.
On December I4, reserve defensive slrenglh
and a couple of high scoring underclassmen
helped l'he hosl Blazers beal Mishawaka's
The Blazers lraveled 90 miles in lhe sub-zero
wealher of December I5 'ro down 'rhe Roosevell
f Rough Riders of Easl Chicago 64-50.
we did H' On December 2I lhe hosl' Blazers ran away
T from Mar'Iinsville's Arlesians 66-35.
The Blazers beal Auburn 47-43 buf losl lo
Forl' Wayne Cenlral 46-43 in Ihe Blazers Iwo
games al lhe Hunlinglon Tourney on January I.
Firsf row, leff fo righl, Bob Peferson, Wayne Reber, Wayne Gruber, Dick Lough, Jack
Tillman. Bill Templin. Back row. Don Rhodes, Doyne Glassburn, Ron Lucas, Duane Peferson, Ray Ball,
Bob Homan, Coach Bill Milliner.
EHS VARSITY BASKETBALL lcont.l
The hos+ Blazers beal' Souih Bend Washing+on's Panihers 55-47
on January 4. The Blues showed a well-balanced offensive in
xfinning lheir fhird sfraighf ENIHSC fill
The nex+ nighl +he Blazers bea'r Auburn 49-47 in 'rhe EHS gym. They
had done 'rhe same fhing lusi 'Five days before af Huniingfon.
Jn January Il, lhe Blazers blasfed 'lheir way pasi Michigan
Ci+y's Red Devils 54-33, on scoring spuris and a slrong defense.
A senior and an underclassman helped 'rhe Blazers sink I-or+ Wayne
Rhodes and Templin prepare
for a road frip.
Norfh 62-44, on January I8. Senior Wayne
Gruber led a sfrong Blazer defense while
underclassman Ron Lucas scored I8 poin1's.
Four days lafer, +he Blazers invaded 'The
Nappanee Bulldog's home floor and bea+
fhe hosf +eam 69-5I. Bolh 'reams hif over
.400 'From The floor in fhe sizzling affair.
On January 25 'lhe hos'l' Blazers beal lhe
Goshen Redskins 58-36. The Redskins worked
The ball around carefully and only a good
EHS shoo+ing percenfage kep'l' fhe game
from being close.
The Blazers beaf an unyielding Riley
Wildcai +eam 62-55 on February I in a
nip and fuck baHle.
The nexi' nighi' +he Blazers nipped ihe
Warsaw Tigers 56-55. The winning EHS
baskei' was scored wifh 25 seconds +o
play in +he game.
On February 8, wilh fhe pressure on fhem,
'Phe Blazers whipped The John Adams Eagles
50-45 a+ fhe Adams gym.
Lucas, Ron-Forward g
Tillman passes of fo Gruber.
One week la+er, +he Blazers mei a Bred-up
Soufh Bend Cenfral +eam and fell before
'l'he Bears 48-4I. The loss gave 'Phe Blazers
an 8-I record for 'l'he conference.
The Blazers bounced back on February 20 +o
defeaf an under-average Gary Emerson
Elkhar+ opened fhe second day's games ai
ihe Nappanee sec'I'ional by defeafing +he
Millers of Millersburg 59-39. Every
man on +he Blazer squad scorecl in 'Phe
The same nigh+ +he Blazers played one of
fheir besf games of fhe season in bea'I'ing
Goshen 63-38. Duane Peferson broke lhe
single game scoring record of +he seciional
by puHing 35 poinls Through lhe hoop.
The Blue and Whi'I'e downed Walcarusa
69-43 in +he affernoon semi-final game ai'
Nappanee. Bob Peierson and Ray Ball led +he
Blazers in fhe scoring column.
Ball scores on a jump shof.
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Fronf row: Leff fo righi, Bob Kelly, Barry Sampsell, Mike Yoder.
Second row: Leff fo righ'r, Dick Fedell, Erich Barnes, Don Ellar,
Gordon Copenhaver. Third row, Leif fc righ'I', Coach Bob Ehrsam,
Pai Moran, Dick Davis, Ron Slork, Keifh King, Dick Murray.
Lefl fo righf: Wayne Gruber, Emmerf Free Throw
Trophy Winner, Duane Pe+erson, Mosf Valuable
Player: Bob Peferson, Team Capfain.
The Blazers and Nappanee's Bulldogs baH'led
info a 47-45 over+ime in +he secfional
championship game. The game was one of fhe
hardesl' foughf ball games ihal' many a'H'ending
wrifers, exper+s, and fans had ever seen.
Afrer a nip-and-fuck baH'le 'rhrough lhe firsl'
'rhree quar+ers, 'lhe Blazers pulled away from a
dogged Riley ball club 53-45 in +he second
aflernoon game al 'rhe Soulh Bend Regional
A+ nighl lhe Blazers won fheir second s+raigh+
regional +i+le by bearing an underdog Knox
Indian ieam 62-48 wilhoul' much 'I'rouble.
The Blazers lesi minufe rally 'Fell shorl
as fhe Blue and While los+ +o Lafayerle
Jefferson 39-37 in 'I'he second afrernoon game
of lhe LafayeH'e Semi-finals.
Around Hle furn.
EHS TRACK SCHEDULE
March 29-Easfern Div. Indoor ........
7-Sou'l'h Side Fori' Wayne ........
9-Norlh Side Fori Wayne ......
19-Goshen Relays .......
26-Easlern Division Ouldoor ........
3-Norfhern Indiana Meel .......
9-Seclionals ................................ .
I3-Mishawaka, Riley, and Elk
I7-Regional ............................... .......
Clleckly losses fhe SIIOT.
al' For? Wayne
Murray clears file bar.
Up and over fhe hurdles
Leff Io righlz Firsf row, Manager Leon-
ard Lucchese, Bob Li+Ime, Gordon Bohs,
Bruce Weaver, Don Rhodes, Dale Blos-
ser, Manager Pele DeMarro. Second
row, Marvin Misliin, Herb Jones, Charley
Nye, Chuck Swea1y, Jack Snavely, Bob
Minichillo, Coach Mali Ronzone. Third
row, Roland Snearly, Jerry Smifh, Ray
Ball, Jaclx Slump, Hugh Hall, Ralph
Boyer, Larry Kline.
SPRING SPORT COACHES
Lef+ 'Io righf: Tony Campagnoli, Henry Morris, Bill
Milliner, Bob Ehrsam, Loren Evans and MaH Ronzone.
The firsl cross coun+ry meef in I95I was held in EIIuhar+ af Rice Field.
The 'reams compe+ing were EIkhar+, LaPorIe, and Goshen. EIkhar+ Ios+
'+o LaPor+e 25-30, buf won over Goshen 45-I5.
EHS, S. B. Riley and For+ Wayne Norfh compe+ed in +he second
varsi'I'y mee+. Nor+h placed ahead. of Ellcharl wifh 38-2I, bul' EHS
wenf ahead of Riley wi+h a 34-23 score.
Elkharf won Ihe Ihird meer wi+h Mishawaka and S. B. Cenfral. I+ was
EHS over Cenfral 39-20, and over Mishawalca 29-28.
EHS also swepr 'Ihe meer in which +hey were involved wifh S. B. Adams
and S. B. Washingion. The score: Elkharl 40-I9 over Adams and
Ellcharl' 42-I7 over Washinglon.
On a rainy Salurday, Elkharl mel Ben'Ion Harbor and Ios'r I9-36.
The nexl' was a B +eam mee+, belween EHS and Nappanee, held on
+he EHS course. EIIcharI' won Ihe meer 55-I7.
On Oc+ober I9 Ihe cross counfry Ieam Iraveled 'ro LaPor+e 'ro compefe
in +he NIHSCC mee+. Elkhari' finished 6+h our of 20 Ieams.
In Ihe Secfional cross counfry meer, held in Mishawalca on Oc+ober 23,
Elkharl placed 3rd ouI' of I7 schools.
Elkharl' wen'r on +o Ihe S'ra+e meef in Indianapolis and placed 2OIh.
Fall of '5I
5 ............ Forf Wayne Norfh--2
3 ---..-.--..................... Goshen-2
5 .............. S. B. John Adams-0
4 ----........................ S. B. Riley-'I
3 ......... ............ M ichigan-2
4 ...................... S. B. Cenfral-I
5 ............ Kalamazoo Cenfral-3
5 -----......................... LaPor'I'e-0
3 ......... ..... M ishawaka-2
LeI+ Io righl: Sealed, Jim Shuler, Coach Herschel Riley, Jim Lau. Lefi' lo righh
Sianding, Delmar Luce, Pai Moran, Gordon Kesler, Roger Klein, Phil Leege.
Lower left Jim Lau. Lower righl: Jim Shuler.
Ellcharl' High SchooI's Iennis Ieam won +he ENIHSC
championship al McNaughlon Parlc on Oclober 9,
ending Mishawalca's four year dominance as nel' ruler
wilh a 3-I.
ln Sepfember, I95l, Herschel Riley, a 'former high
school and college alhlele, was named Iennis coach,
afler "re+iring" as school's allendance direclor.
No+ only did Coach Riley's velerans sweep Ihrough
lheir conference schedule wilhoul a hilch, bui' Ihey
dumped one of Michigan's Class A powers. The
Blazers s+opped Kalamazoo Ceniral, 5-3.
Seniors Jimmy Shuler and Jim Lau, one-'lime Indiana
boys' doubles 'l'i+lis+s, once again held lhe upper
hand for Elkhart The pair was unbealable in singles
and doubles in 'rhe fall season.
Afier Iheir win in +he Easl' Division 'Ihe Blazers won
+he championship of The NIHSC by defealing
Hammond Tech 5-0.
Jim Shuler, Jim Lau, and Roger Klein all won Iheir
singles malches while I'he doubles Ieams of Lou-Shuler
and Moran-Luce also won Iheir championship ma'I'ches.
S. B. Calholic
S. B. Adams
, S. B. Cenlral
S. B. Riley
S. B. Washinglon
May 2, Michigan Cily
May 6, Mishawaka
May 7, Niles
May 9, Laporle
S. B. Adams
S. B. Calholic
S. B. Cenlral
S. B. Riley
Paqueffe warms up
Vorsify and Rookies line up for on early season feam picfure.
EHS VARSITY BASEBALL
This year's Blazer baseballers are led by a veleran ballery and
four olher relurning lellermen, Those relurning from las+ year's
squad are, Mike Ferro, Wayne Gruber, Bob Homan, Rudy Paquelle
Jack Tillman, and Vic Arlco.
Gruber and Paque'He formed lhe senior ballery, Homan was
'rhe 'Firs+ saclcer, Tillman and Arlco combined wilh one more
man 'ro round ou+ lhe infield while Ferro palroled
one of 'rhe oulfield posilions.
Keeping in shape
Girls' Physical Educalion in EHS is handicapped by
fhe lack of gym space and leacher personnel. Sophomore
girls are required io lake gym classes bu+ 'rhere +he
classes slop. These sophomore classes are supplemenled
by heallh classes which 'fulfill 'lhe s+a'I'e requirement
Girls' gym classes are held in a room buili across 'rhe
alley in +he Merhodisi Church. Some+imes 'rhe girls
have a chance +0 use lhe boys' gym. They do, however,
have +heir own shower room. ln order io make up for
'rhis deficiency 'lhe G.A.A. has iried +o plan a sporis'
program which will give every girl a chance +o par+icipa+e.
This year +he club ioined +he Junior Bowling
Associa+ion and 'Formed ieams. La+er 'ihis year +he
Up and over
winning 'ream will receive a lrophy for fhe mosi
number of games won.
ln February leams enlered lhe Cily Junior Bowling
Tournamenl' for +he firsl lime.
This is an al+erna+ing sporfs' schedule so lhe
same spor+ is noi played every six weeks.
On your mark: Pal' Nicholson, Janie Hosler, Trudy Campbell, Jeannine Koonlz, Sharon App lewhife.
A new sporl adopled 'rhis year for lhe gym classes is
swimming. ll is nol' compulsory bul a large number
of girls parlicipafe. The classes are held every Friday
in lhe Y. M. C. A. Miss Kendall organized lhe classes
and Mrs. Pixley is +he ins+ruc+or.
Anolher inleresfing aclivify of lhe G.A.A. was lhe
annual lrip +o 'I'he Slale G.A.A. Camp al Delphi for
'rhree days. Thfs year four girls, accompanied by Miss
Kendall, made lhe +rip: Carol Slrieby, Carol Shanfz,
Jane Reafsnyder, and Jeannine Koonlz. A program of
games, sporls and enlerlainmenl was enjoyed by
many girls from lhe norlhern parl' of lhe slale.
Earlier in fhe year 'lhree girls and Miss Kendall a++ended
a play day, held a+ De Pauw Universily in Greencaslle,
Indiana, for slale plaque winners. Those allending were
Carol Shanlz, Caroi Slrieby, and Jane Reafsnyder.
This year inslead of 'lhe annual banquel The girls held a
sporls club parly al' which chevrons and le++ers were given.
The '5.A.A. encourages parlicipalion in girls' sporls
by giving awards. Monograms are given for 250 poinls.
Minor E's, given in 'lhe second year, 350 poinlsg
chevrons, for varsily leam membership. Funds 'lo pay
for lhese awards are made by selling concessions
and membership dues.
All of fhe girls' sporls program is approved by lhe
Physical Eclucafion Commillee which is composed
of Mrs. Shreiner, Mr. Silco++, Mrs. Salome
Wise, and Miss Mary Kendall.
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The merchandising class plans a window dlsplay-a fyplcal lnsfance
of fhe cooperaflon befween our adverflsers and fhe school.
'The merehanfs and manufaclurers
who help fo make our publlcaflons posslble
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American Coa+ing Mills ---
Aufo Sales WW, san,
Bell Drug S'I'ore .,- nh-
Bermans Sporfing Goods H
Blessing Shoe Sfore ,o,o
Blessing, E. K. Co. L
Borneman's and Sons .....
Buescher's Band lns+rumen+
Burrell's Lumber Co. Supply
Calveri' Coal Co. ..,s,..s,,,
Carmeln Radio ,,---,s,,s,,-
Cavanagh Rug and Linoleum
Chicago Telephone ,,,,..,
Cinderella Shop ,M
Conn lns'rrumen+s W.
Cus+om Boofh H
Days' Transfer -. ....,s,.
Dobbins Manufacfuring Co.
Do More Chair ,,.,.,..
Drake's ,,,.. ,S s..,., -
Universify s.............. - - -
Elkhari' Amusemenl' Co. W
Elkharl' Au+o Dealers Assoc. -,
Elkhar+ Bridge and Iron Works --
Elkhari Brass ..,.s.,,.s.s.,.
Elkharl Clearing House W
Elkharf Cleaners -.----
Elkharf lce Cream Co. ,Ms
Elkhari Gravel Corpora'I'ion ---
Elkhari Packing Co. ..,..s.. a
Elkharl' Pain'r and Wallpaper ---
Elkharl Pa++ern Works ----
Elkharl Sandwich Shop --
Elkharl' Welding and Boiler Works
Excel ...s..A.............c..... - - -
Ferndell Food Shoppe -M
Sysiem Inc. ..,,s
Fieldhouse Real Es'l'a+e W
Funeral Homes ..,,. -
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Judd's Drug Slores was
Krau Coal Co. L
L and J Press --,
Mark's Cafe .,....s ,
Mar+in Band lnsfrumenl' -
Miles Laboralories ,,.,,
Miller Sleel 8: Supply Co. H,
Molor Supply .,..s,.,,,
Myers ..,...,. ., ,,,,,
Norlhern Indiana Brass -
Norlhern Indiana Public S
The Painl' Spof ..sv,,s -.
Prairie Schooner ,,...
Richardson Trailer Co. -
Russell The Coalman We
ScoH's Drug Sfore -H
Sfamp Furnifure H,
Slyle Shop ....
Sufula Sludio ....
Tom Toy ,,..
Welsch and Sons ...,
W. W. Will- ..,..
Woody and lrma's
Deiores Niann and Pat Smith are mocieiing two Cracker crisp cotlons from ou
High School Shop, second iioor. hiiss Biann is shown in a meion coioreci Teena-
Paige ciressg iwiiss Smith has on a striped Shiriey Lee ciress in hiacic anti while
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A modern canoe today weighs only ahout 50 pounds, hut in the water
it will Hoat more than ten times its weight.
The canoe,s origin dates hack to the dawn of civilization and was
the first means of traveiing the waterways. it has played an amazing part
in the discovery of remote places on earth, more than any other factor.
Lasaiie, with his followers, paddled from Lake Michigan in the month
of Decemher, 1671, to the piace South Bend is now located, and from
there carried canoes westward ahout nine miles to a stream which Hoated
their canoes to the Vvaioash and Wiississippi Rivers.
Do not go in deep water with a canoe, uniess you are ahie to swim.
Every canoeist should realize that sometime or other he is going to upset.
After you know how to swim, you will enjoy canoeing and boating much
more, on our many lakes and streams in this district, and you will never
forget how to swim after you once learn.
It costs nothing to learn to swim at the High Dive Swimming Pool,
not even for dressing rooms and wire baskets, checked at main counter
and if you go alone, you will make new friends at the High Dive Swim-
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Congralulalions fo lhe Class of '52
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RICHARDSON TRAILER MFG. CO., INC.
Builders of Precision Builf Trailer Coaches
and BEST WHSHES TO THE CLASS OF '52
Home of the Famous H4OOH Family of Fine Instruments
MEA BAND Ann ORCHESTRA
Frank Myers Mmfs Stare
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS
"Always Something New"
Miles Laboratories Enjoys Its Part
In Every EI-IS. Commencement
XXIYIICIIPYGF c'ommenr'ement time draws near, the
lollis at Miles Lahoratories watrh eagerly tor the
awarding of Miles scholarships to leading memloers
ot the senior rlass at Elkhart High.
:Xhove are the seniors who won distinction one
year ago. In the front row are winners Paul Liliins,
Paul Cowen. Philip Fox, Barhara Slaclc, Nancy
Shields, and Helen Fox. The alternates, standing
in haclc, are Patricia Phillips, Ruth Putman, Anna
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nip Vvinners of 1951
Seilert, Gary Busenhurg, James R. Miller, and Tom
Pagedas. Two ot the 1951 alternates, under the
rules. ohtained stholarship henetits.
Again this June the roster of students, assisted
hy the Miles Company to ohtain a higher education,
will he increased. No Hstringsu are attached to the
winners. They Continue to progress in whatever
fields appeal to them most. But the folks at Miles
always follow with interest the success of these fine
young people in later lite.
MILES LABORATGRIES, INC., Elkhart, Indiana
Makers of Alba-Seltzer, One-A-Day lbrunflj Vitamins, Tabcin,
Bactine, and Miles Nervine
lim Lau M Tennis Team
Tennis far Beginners
Tennis for llunnpians
Unly at Bermanys rim you get the selerlion lo suit your
For Everyfhing in Sporf Goods see
ME RMAN S
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Subsidiary of Robert Gail' Company, Inc.
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BREAKFAST NOOKS and
or the Home
9411-niture for .oao
RESTAURANTS SHUE STORES
TAVERNS RECEPTION RGOMS
SODA FOUNTAINS DOCTORS' OFFICES
BEAUTY SALONS DENTISTS' OFFICES
NIILLINERY SHOPS HUNTES, SCHOQLS, ETC.
CUSTOM BOOTH MANUFACTURING CURP.
2027 So. Main ELKHART, IND. Phone 2-5299
ongrafufafiond ana! Exif llffirfed
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BUHHEI.I.'S LUMBEH IIIJ. SUPPLY
C g t I tions to the Class of ,52
JUDD'S DRUG STGRES
THVRI3 IS X Il DD DRUG
IN YOUR Nl IL HBQRHOOD
Everybody Else Trades
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FOR BEST PAINTING RESULTS
EMPLOY A RELIABLE PAINTER
THE PAINT SPOT
Use Moore Paint
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"We like it l1ere'f..
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Packers and Wholesalers of
Bacon, Beef, Smoked and Cold Meats
Best Wishes for Successful Careers
to the Class of 1952
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MOTOR UPPLY CO., INC.
134 S. Elkhart Avenue
Replacemenf Paris for all
Cars and Trucks
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MAIN 8 HAHHISIIN
As you cross the bridge
Between your school days
And the future -
Elkhart Bridge and Iron Co.
Miller Steel and Supply Co., In
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Elleharfs leading shoe store, which handles all High School and
College sportswear stgles that are approved hy Champions
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Where all the gang gets together
WOODY 8. lRMA's
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THE PEDLER COMPANY -:- EIKHART, INDIANA
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Connsonata is the newest and scientifically the most advanced
ENJOY i of all electronic organs. Church and home models available.
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AMERICAS FINEST LEEDY DRUMS and MARIMBAS
Q Complete Line of Instrument Accessories
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Best Wishes from
HARVEY WAMBAUEH, INII.
Buick Automobiles and Prigidaires
Oil and Gas Heating, Air Conditioning
WAMBAUEII SANITARY lVIII.Ii CII.
The Grade A Milk in the Pure Pak Container
You'll always ind a
complete collection of
smart shoes for your
Seniors of '5 2
Big Pete selects his smart shoes at Keene's KLUIHES Q B001 SHOP
MODERN KITCHEN UNITS STORE DISPLAYS
E. G. Welsch 81 Son
2120 W. Franklin ELKHART. INDIANA Phone 3-0505
COMPLETE RUNNING GEAR EOR THE TRAILER COACH INDUSTRY -
assembled, precision adjusted and lubricated ready for installation.
LIGGETT SUPPLY Gm EQUIPMENT CO.
2030 SO. MAIN ST. 3636 DAWSON ROAD
ELKHART, INDIANA TULSA, OKLAHOMA
Days Transfer, Inc.
C011 grain lalzbns I0 the
Claw of 1952
Stop and Sho
1411 to S'aleA
To the Class of 52 , , ,
CALVERT COAL CDMPANY
"Elkharf's Besf Coal Yard"
The Class of 1952
Elkhart Auto Dealers' Association
May you always have
pleasant molorzhg through lk.
Adams Typewriter, Inc.
131 N. Main Street
Artley's Children's Store
214 S. Main
Associated Typewriter Co.
111 W. Marion
Auto Specialties Co., Inc.
216 Tyler Ave.
Barger Box 8 Printing Co.
802 W. Beardsley
529 S. Main
Bell Printing Company
113 S. Main
835 E. Lusher Ave.
306 S. Main
,lust Good Food
128 S. Main
Blessings Musician Supply 3 Repair
1030 S. Main Street
601 S. Main St.
211 N. Main
Dr. K. G. Cleveland
12715 W. Marion
1500 W. Bristol
127 W. Marion
Dolly Madison Shop
500 S. Main
W. H. Dreves, Inc.
216 N. Second
Ed's Appliance Store
522 5. Main
Elkhart Floral Co.
208 N. Main
Elkhart Motor Coach Corp.
l 19 E. Franklin
Emmert Trailer Corp.
206 S. Main
Family Shoe Shop
Footwear For The Family
320 N. Main
406 S. Main
Foster Bottle Gas 8 Appliances
116 S. Main
General Credit Corp.
Handy Food Shop
1005 W. Franklin
Hart Pressed Steel
Heilman Coal Co.
911 Plum Street
Dr. H. C. Higgason
414 S. Main
921 Plum St.
225 S. Main
W. E. Hutschenreuter Feeds
116 W. Jackson Blvd.
Industrial Plastics Corp.
802 W. Beardsley
Isbell Lumber Y5 Coal Co.
1410 S. 10th
Dr. L. D. Jackson
136 Monger Building
Jenner's Drug Store
201 S. Main
Jimmie's Food Shop
Kauffman's Consumer Coal Supply
738 S. 1Vlain
1600 S. Strong Ave.
121 S. Main
Knox Auto Electric
111 E. Lexington
Lane's Hat Shop
113 E. Franklin
Lexington Book Store
113 W. Lexington Ave.
W. F. Lilly 25 Co.
Long Auto Service, Inc.
116 W. Jefferson
Main Lumber 3 Plywood Co.
816 S. Main
Mary Jean Sweet Shop
520 S. Main
Matzke, Richard B., Florist
501 S. lVlain
1109 W. Beardsley Ave.
Misener's Floral Shop
4-05 James St.
110 S. Main
Mutual Finance Corporation
318 S. lVlain
New Method Cleaners
115 E. Franklin
Ohmers Electric Shop
106 S. Main
Pacemaker Trailer Co.
110 S. Elkhart Ave.
Tony Papa and his Orchestra
Park Shoe Service
Main at Jackson
Personett Sales, Inc.
Platt Trailer Co., Inc.
530 McDonald St.
U. s. 20
The Rapp Co.
119 W. High
Red Crown Bowling
117 E. Lexington Ave.
Rodino Coal Company
1555 W. Lusher
424 S. Main
Schiffs-Big Shoe Store
221 S. Main St.
Sears Roebuck Y5 Co.
216 S. Main
Service Press Corp.
117 W. Lexington
1047 South Main
Shultz-Forney Insurance Agency,
Inc. 119 W. High
208 S. Main
Smith Drug Store
801 S. Main
South Side Cold Storage
111 E. Lusher
223 S. Main
Stemm Insurance Agency
4-31 Monger Building
211 S. Main
4-05 S. Main
Stock's Dress Shop
128 W. Marion
Strom Brass Foundry
2646 S. Main
220 S. Main
1130 s. Main
The Elkhart Truth
Your HOME Newspaper
Turnock Equipment Co
1612 W. Lexington Ave.
Van Dor Dress Shop
111 E. Franklin
Wade's Flower Shop
118 S. Second Street
Warfel Plumbing '55 Heatlng
1029-1031 S. Main
Westview Floral Co.
316 S. Main
803.805 s. Main
lV1r.R.R. Bensomlndianapolis Engraving Co. ' Mr. Chet Gehherd, Ellchart Truth
Mr. Vves. Felmlee, Vis Aids director, Ellchart City Schools ' lV1r. and Mrs Maurice
Frinlc, Jr. ' Mr. lvlarlc Cowen, Director of Recreation and Park Department
Don Vvinne, B011 Pontius and the hoys of the Vis Ed Cluh, Ellchart Hlh School
.lcfmicaf .fdnluice am!
lndianapolis Engraving Co., Engravers ' lV1r. Edward deBeaumont, Typesettlng Fort
Wayne Typesetting Co. ' Mr. Rohert Rust, Printer, Culver Citizen Press
We also wish to aclcnowledge our indehtedness to the many faculty memhers clown
town husinessmen, students, parents and office girls who have helped us in many different
ways and with many different prohlems.
ADAMS, LOUANN-Siudeni Council, p. 65: Band, girls' social chair-
man, p. 90: Triple L, p. 76.
ADAMS, MARILYN JOAN.
ADAMS, ROSALIE-Girls' League Advisory Council. p. 78: Triple L,
vice-presidenf, p. 76: Orchesfra, p. 9I: Speech Club, p. 67: Wig 'n
Cue, p. 73: Thespians, p. 72: Nafional Honor Sociely, p. 66.
ALWINE, MARY ELIZABETH-Dis+ribu+ive Educalion, p. 8I.
AMSDEN. BARBARA LEE.
ANDERSON, DORIS E.-Triple L, social chairman, p. 76: Band, p. 90:
Orchesfra, p. 9I: Nafional Honor Sociely, p. 66.
ARKO, VICTOR-Varsiiy Baseball, p. II4.
ARNOLD, JUDITH-Band, p. 90: Orcheslra, p. 9I: Wig 'n Cue, p. 73:
Thespians, p. 72: Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66.
ARTER, ARLENE UNA.
ATKINSON, JANICE LA VONNE.
BAILEY, GERALDINE-Sludenl Council, p. 65: Y-Teens, p. 70.
BAKER, BARBARA-Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Choir, girls' social
chairman, p. 92, 93.
BARBARO, ROCCO P.
BARKER, JIM-Pennanl Annual, business manager, p. 94.
BARNES, BEN EDWARD-Varsify Fooflaall, p. I00: Traclr, p. II2.
BELL, WILLIAM L.
BENDER, BETTY JO-Dislribuiive Educaiion, p. Bl.
BENO, JOHN THEODORE.
BERON, BETTY LOU-Pain? and PaIeHe, p. 80.
BICKEL, WAYNE E.-Wig 'n Cue, p. 73: Senior Class Play.
BINKLEY, KENNETH D.--Band, p. 90: Orchesfra. p. 9I.
BLESSING, VIRGINIA ANN-Band, p. 90: Orcheslra, p. 9I.
BLOSSER, DALE EUGENE-Cross Counfry, p. II2: Traclr, p. I I3.
BOSS, JANE ALICE-Bafon Club, p. 88: Nafional Honor Socie+y, p. 66.
BOWERS, DONALD D.
BREWER, THOMAS KAE.
BREZGER, LUCILLE VIVIAN-Painl and Palefle, p. 80.
BROWN, STANLEY T.
BRUGGNER, BETTY JANICE-Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78.
CANEN, MARILYN J.-Choir, p. 92.
CHESTER, LAURA ELIZABETH.
CHESTER, RUTH ELLEN.
CLARK, M. JOAN.
CLICK, SONJA DIANE.
COOK, GILFORD R.-Fooiball, p. I00.
COX, DONNA G.-Orchesfra, social chairman, p. 89.
CRIPE, CAROL-Choir, p. 92.
CRIPE, RUTH ESTER-Choir, p. 92: Florence Nighfingale Lamp, p. 75.
CULP, GARY LEE.
DAUGHERTY, LORRAINE-Dislribulive Educalion, p. BI.
DE HOFF, BETTY JOAN-Band, p. 90: Disfribulive Educalion, p. BI.
DIBLEY, SHEILA MARY.
DILORENZO, KATHRYN--Y-Teens, p. 70.
DILLS, BERT EDWARD.
DOYLE, RUSSELL F.-Disiribulive Educarion, vice-presidenl, p. BI.
DUNLAP, CAROLYN-Choir, p. 93.
ELLISON, LESTER JOHNNY.
EICHELBERG, SHIRLEY-Wig 'n Cue, p. 73: Thespians, p. 72: Speech
Club, p. 67: Naiional Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Senior Class Play, p. B5.
ERB, CAROL ANN-Choir, secreiary, p. 92, 93: Girls' League Advisory
Council, p. 78: Florence Nightingale Lamp, p. 75.
FARNSWORTH, GLORIA-Triple L, p. 76: Speech Club, p. 67: Wig 'n
Cue, p. 73: Thespians, p. 72: Drama Play.
FARR, KAY-Girls' League, presidenl, p. 78: Sfudenl' Council, p. 65:
Orcheslra, p. 9I: Nafional Honor Sociely, p. 66: Y-Teens, p. 70.
FISHER, HELEN LOUISE-Painl' and Palelle, p. 80: Choir, p. 93.
FITZSIMMONS, SUE--Band, girls' social chairman, p. 90: Orcheslra, p. 9I:
Triple L, p. 76.
FRANCISCO, BARBARA E.
FREEMAN, GLORIA J.
FUNK. ROBERTA ELLEN-Nalional Honor Socieiy, p. 66: Band.
FURFARO, MARY-Wig 'n Cue: Thespians: Triple L, p. 76: French Club,
secrelary, p. 83: Speech Club: Drama Play, p. 84.
GALL, BETTY ELLEN.
GALASSO, ANN-Girls' League, Ireasurer, p. 78: Advisory Council, p. 78.
GALASSO, BERNICE MARIE-Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78.
GANGER, JAY H.
GAY, BETTY ARLENE.
GERNON, SHARLEIN-Choir, p. 92.
GILLMAN, LARRY-Choir, p. 92: Sfudenf Council, p. 65: Senior Class Play
GODSHALK, F. JOHN.
GRUBER, WAYNE-Sludenf Council, presidenf, p. 65: Varsi'I'y Foofball,
p. 62: Varsily Baslrefball, p. I08: Varsify Baseball, p. II4: Nalional
Honor Sociefy, p. 66.
GUZZO, HENRY V.-Speech Club, p. 67: Senior Class Play, p. 85: Track,
p. II3: Cross Counrry, p. II2: Dramafics Club Play.
GILDNER, LOUISE A.
GOODE, BARBARA-Choir, p. 92: Narional Honor Socieiy.
GUHL, PATRICIA C.-Orcheslra, p. 9I: Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66:
French Club, presidenf, p. 83: Pennan+ Annual, edifor, p. 94: Drama
Play, p. 84.
HAID, JULIA N.-Triple L, Ireasurer, p. 76: Orchesfra, p. 9l: Girls'
League Advisory Council, p. 78: Senior Class Play, prompler.
HAINES, RUSSELL JOHN.
HALL, JANET--Siudenf Council. p. 65: Y-Teens.
HAMMAN, JEAN KAY-Painl' and Paleffe, presidenf, p. 88: Thespians,
p. 72: Wig 'n Cue, p. 73: Junior Academy of Science, secrefary-
Treasurer, p. 69: Na+ional Honor Sociefy: Choir, p. 92: Senior Class
Play: Drama Play.
HARTLEY, PHYLLIS-French Club, Ireasurer, p. 83: Nafional Honor
Sociely, p. 66: Pennanf Annual, assislanf edifor, p. 94.
HASSE, GENEVIEVE MARY-Triple L, presideni. p. 76: Nafional Honor
Sociefy, p. 66: Orchesfra. p. 9I: Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78:
Senior Class Play.
HEBERT, GERALDINE-Narional Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Senior Class Play.
JONES, HERBERT A.-Cross Couniry, p. I I2: Track, p. I I3.
HEID, PATRICIA-Y-Teens: Pennanl' Weekly, 'leaiure ediior, p. 95.
HERALD, MABLE-Triple L, p. 76.
HERSHBERGER, DONALD F.-Junior Academy of Science
HICKMAN, JIM E.
HIGGASON, MARYANN-French Club: Florence Nighfingale Lamp, p. 75:
Choir, p. 92.
HOADLEY, MAXINE MAE-Senior Class, social chairman, p. 34: Y-Teens:
Girls' League Advisory Council.
HOSTETLER, JUNE-Disfribuiive Educaiion, p. 8I: Senior Class Play.
HURLEY, ROSEMARY-Choir, p. 94.
HUMMER, ROY-Visual Aids, p. 68.
JOHNSON, RONALD G.-Visual Educafion Club, presidenl, p. 68:
Boys' Advisory Council, p. 79.
KEMNITZ, JAMES EDWARD-Senior Class Play.
KERSHNER, JO ANN-Triple L, p. 70: Choir, p. 92.
KIDDER, PAUL-Varsiiy Foofball, p. l00: Boys' League Advisory Council,
KISER, JACK B.
KREIGHBAUM, WILLIAM E.-Visual Eclucafion Club, secreiary, p. 68.
LAMBDIN, MARILYNN-Choir, p. 92: Florence Nighiingale Lamp, presi-
denf, p. 75: Triple L, p. 76: Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78.
LAUBY, SANDRA ANN-Nalional Honor Sociely, p. 66: Triple L, p. 76:
Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78: Y-Teens, p. 70.
LAU, JAMES M.-Tennis.
LINN, CECIL R.
LITKE, PHYLLIS ARLENE-Twirlers, p. 88.
LIVINGHOUSE, JACOUE-French Club, Thespians, Speech Club, Wig 'n
Cue, noi picfured.
LUEBKE, PATRICIA JO ANN-Florence Nighfingale Lamp, vice-presidenl,
LUEFLING. WALTER ERIC.
LUND, BRUCE-Wig 'n Cue, presidenl, p. 73: Thespians, p. 72.
LUTZ, THOMAS H.-Choir, p. 92.
LUTZ, ROSEMARY JEANETTE.
MAHAR. MARGARET ANN.
MANN, DELORES M.-French Club, p. 83: Varsiiy Yell Leader, p. 99:
Y-Teens, p. 70.
MAST, SHIRLEY-French Club-noi picfured.
McCLANE, FLOYD D.-Foofball, p. IOO.
McCLOUGHAN, EDNA JOAN+Iunior Academy of Science, p. 69.
McDONNELL, GRACE GLADYS-Painf and Paleffe, p. 80: Wig 'n Cue.
p. 73: Thespians, p. 72: Girls' Advisory Council, p. 78: Senior Class
Play, p. 85: Drama Play, p. 84: Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Choir,
McELROY, SANDRA FAITH-Varsily Yell Leader, p. 99.
McELROY. THOMAS E.
McGLASSON, J. EUGENE-Band, p. 90: Orchesfra, p. 9I: Narional
Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Sfudenf Council, p. 65.
McINTIRE. NANCY ROSE-Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66: Triple L, p. 76:
Florence Nighfingale Lamp, p. 75: Speech Club, secreiary, p. 67.
MclNTlRE, RICHARD L.-French Club, p. 83.
McLAUGHLIN, WAYNE E.-Visual Educafion, p. 68: Disfribufive Educa-
Iion, p. 8I.
MEYERS, FREDERICK J.
MILLER, CARL-Varsiiy Foofball, p. I00, I03.
MONSCHEIN, SANDRA RUTH.
MOORE, RONALD D.
MOTZ, KAREN LEE-Paini and Pale++e, p. 80.
MUTZL, CLARA-Speech Club, vice-presidenl, p. 67: French Club,
Nafional Honor Socieiy, noi' piciured: Choir, presidenf, p. 93.
MORAN, JANET MARIE-Pennani Weekly, edifor, p. 95: Nalional Honor
Sociefy, Girls' League Advisory Council, Choir, noi picfured: Drama
Play, p. 84.
NEELY, BARBARA-Florence Nighlingale Lamp, p. 75.
NEU, LEORA JOYCE.
NIESEN, BEVERLY-Siudenl Council, p. 65: Pennanl Annual, ad manager,
PADMAN, JEANIE LOUISE.
PAGEDAS, TONY-Nalional Honor Socieiy, p. 66: Varsify Baskelball, noi
picluredg Boys' League Advisory Council, p. 79.
PALMER, F. LILY-Booker T. Washingion Club, Y-Teens, vice-presidenf,
PAQUETTE. RUDOLPH G.-Sfudenf Council. p. 65: Varsily Baseball, p. II4.
PARCELL, EVELYN LOUISE-G. A. A., p. 74.
PAULUS, JACK N.
PAULSON, CHRISTINE-Senior Class, secre+ary, noi picfured.
PEARSEY, RUTH ANN-Wig 'n Cue, vice-president p. 73: Thespians,
p. 72: French Club, p. 83: Speech Club, noi picfured: Band, p. 90:
Orchesfra, p. 9l.
PETERSON, ROBERT-Baskefball capfain.
PETERSON, DUANE-Sfudenf Council, p. 65: Boys' League, presidenf,
p. 79: Varsify Baskefball, p. I08: Varsify Baseball, p. II4.
PLANK, JAMES EDWARD-Baseball, manager, p. II4: Pennanf Annual,
arf ediior, p. 94: Senior Class, Ireasurer, p. 34.
PONTIUS, BOB-Visual Educafion Club, Ireasurer, p. 68: Sfudeni' Coun-
PRIBBLE, BETTE ANNE-French Club, noi piciured: Florence Niglafingale
Lamp, p. 75: Choir, p. 92: Y-Teens. Ireasurer, p. 70: NaI'ionaI Honor
Sociefy, p. 66.
PRIMAVERA. GERALDINE N.-Choir, p. 92.
RASP, DAVID F.-Speech Club, p. 67: Visual Educaiion Club, p. 68:
Nafional Honor Sociefy, presidenf, p. 66: Sfudenl Council, p. 65:
Senior Class Play, p. 85.
REAFSNYDER, JANE ELIZABETH-G. A. A., presideni, p. 74: Triple L,
p. 76: Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78.
RHODES. CLARK A.-Band, p. 90.
RHODES, DONALD-Track, p. Il3.
RICHARD, JOHN W.-Nafional Honor Sociely, presideni, p. 66: Band,
RILEY. SALLY J.
ROOSE, MARY JANE--Triple L, p. 76: Y-Teens, p. 70.
ROSE, SHARON JOAN-Band, p. 90: Orchesira, p. 9I: Triple L, p. 76:
Girls' League Advisory Council, p. 78.
ROSENAU. RICHARD RAY.
ROUTSON, JOYCE A.-G. A. A.. p. 74.
ROWE, KATHRYN V.-Y-Teens, presideni, p. 70: OrcI1es+ra, p. 9I, Band,
ROWE, REGINIA-Choir, p. 92: Disiribuiive Educalion, p. SI.
SALISBURY, PATRICIA ANN.
SARANTOS, GEORGE-Siudeni' Council, p. 65: Wig 'n Cue, p. 73:
Thespians, p. 72.
SHAFER, NORMA JEAN.
SHANK, JOAN ALLENE.
SHANTZ, CAROL A.-G. A. A., vice-presidenf, p. 74.
SHEA, LARRY-Track, p. II3: Choir, p. 92.
SHOCK, CAROLE-Y-Teens, p. 70: Choir, p. 92: Triple L, p. 76: Girls'
League Advisory Council, p. 78.
SHULER, JIM-Pennanf Annual, p. 94: Naiional Honor Sociely, p. 66:
Senior Class, boys' social chairman, p. 34: Boys' League Advisory
Council, p. 79: Tennis, p. II5.
SHULTZ, CARLEE-Choir, p. 92: French Club, not piclured: Pennani
Annual, assisfani ediior, p. 94.
SIKORA, VERNA-Naiional Honor Sociefy, Ireasurer, p. 66: Triple L, p. 76.
SKAIFE, ELEANOR JANE-Triple L, p. 76: Nafional Honor Socieiy, vice-
president p. 66.
SKATVOLD, HERBERT-Senior Class Play, p. 85.
SMITH, JERRY H.-Cross Couniry, p. II2: French Club, p. 83: Traclr,
noi picfured: Basllefball, noi picfured.
SMITH, JOAN-Painf and Palefie, p. 80.
SMITH, PATRICIA ANN-Disiribufive Educafion Club, p. BI: French
Club: Choir, p. 92.
SNEARLY, ROLAND-Band, p. 90: Narional Honor Sociefy, p. 66:
Orclwesira, p. 9I : Traclr: Cross Couniry, p. I I2.
SNYDER, MARY E.-Paini' and Paleiie, p. 80.
SOPTICH, JOSEPH E.-Advisory Council, p. 78: Foofball, p. IOO.
STEALY, JOHN W.
STEPHENS, JEAN ELLEN.
STEPHENSON, CLARENCE J.
STREIBY, CAROL-G. A. A., Ireasurer, p. 74.
STONE, MARY ANNE-Disfribuiive Educaiion, p. 8l: Clmoir, p. 92.
SUTTON, SAMUEL J.
SWARTS, SUSAN DIANE-Choir, freasurer, p. 92, 93: Senior Class Play,
p. 85: Naiional Honor Sociefy, p. 66.
SWINEHART, OSCAR JAY.
TAYLOR, SALLY ANNE-Thespians: Wig 'n Cue: Senior Class Play, noi
TEETER, BETTY LOU-Triple L, p. 76: Nafionol Honor Sociefy, p. 66:
Choir, p. 92.
THOMAS, DAVID F.-Senior Class, presidenf, p. 34: Junior Academy of
Science, p. 69: Sfudenf Council, p. 65: Boys' Advisory Council, p. 79:
Nafional Honor Socieiy, p. 66: Senior Class Play, p. 85.
TOM, NORMA LEE.
TROYER, ROBERT EDWARD.
UNGER, HELEN ANN-Triple L, p. 76: Disiribulive Eclucaiion, p. 8I.
secreiary, p. 65.
VAN DIEPENBOS, ELSIE-Orclwesfra, p. 9l.
VERHILLE, KAREL-Nafional Honor Sociefy, p. 66.
VICKERS, BONNIE JEAN-Band, p. 90: Disiribufive Educaiion Club, p. BI.
SUZANNE-Naiional Honor Sociely, p. 66: SI'udenI' Council,
WARE, RUTH EDNA-Y-Teens, Ireasurer, p. 7I.
WATERMAN, HAROLD J.-Boys' League Advisory Council, p. 70: Pen-
nanf Annual, sporis edifor, p. 94.
WEIMER, DARLENE-Y-Teens, p. 70: Wig 'n Cue, p. 73: Thespians,
presideni. p. 72: Sfudenf Council, p. 65: Senior Class Play, p. 85.
WELSH, HERBERT S.-Disiribuiive Educafion, freasurer, p. 8l.
WELCH, VELMA MAY.
WENTZ, CLARENCE-Varsiiy Foofball, p. I00: Varsi+y Traclr, noi' piciured:
Senior Class, vice-president p. 34: Sfudeni' Council, vice-presidenf,
p. 65: Boys' League Advisory Council, p. 79.
WIEST, PATRICIA-G. A. A., p. 74: Dislribuiive Educaiion Club, p. BI.
WILLARD, FRANK-choir, p. 92.
WILSEY, MITA LOUISE-Naiional Honor Socieiy, secreiary. p. 66:
Orclwesira, presidenf, p. 89: Triple L, p. 76.
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