Elkhart High School - Pennant Yearbook (Elkhart, IN)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 223 of the 1957 volume:
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spiie of lhe mahyp criiicisms
l'oday's progressive Schools.
wellind lhal' we have 'lo work hard lo
meel' EHS slandards. We oflen com-
plain aboul' "fha loads leachers pile
on'l'o us". bul' whenwe are given our
diplomas. we realiie thai' hard work
has i'l's rewards. 1
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Tha? special evenl:
ihe football queen.
The elafion of a vic-
lory afler 'lhe 'lense final
seconds of a game in 'lhe
Norfhside Gym . . . 'lhe
ioy of shared enihusiasm
and final achievemenl' . . .
li'l"l'le momenls wi'l'h lha-l'
special person . . . 'lhe
lilfing music, sof'l ligh'l's,
romance and splendor of
a formal dance . . . and
mosl' of all. 'lhe 'lhrill of
being young and wonder-
Thai special pep session: Milf Campbell.
Thai' special gesture:
was thrilling . . .
That special person and dlconverfible.
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Here al' EHS we know disappoinfmenl and happi-
ness. cooperalion and comradeship, lroubles and re-
l wards. Here we have made new friends. have shared
our responsibililies, and have fell' achievemenl. Here
we learn 'many lessons-lhose in books and 'l'hose noi
. in books. .y
All 'lhese experiences and emolions have made our
year a wonderful year. wifh gradualion as a wonder-
ful climax lo our high school days.
Our memories of EHS are very dear 'lo us. "These
are fhe 'lhings we shan'l' forge'I"'.
Mos? happy fella
Mos? useful: Triple L's
who decorafe halls.
'57, like every other year
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besl: our school has high sfandards of
grading. As a resuli. we work hard al'
school and al' home. and find ourselves
growing each day foward l'he knowl-
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BOOKS GUIDE US, TEACH US, INSPIRE US
OUR SCHOOL LIBRARY IS WELL-EOUIPPED AND
a quie-I, allracfive place 'Io sfudy. For reference work or
reading, a wealfh of malerial is available. Miss Book and
her assislanls do everylhing 'Ihey can 'lo help us find informa-
'I'ion. Allraclive poslers and displays lead us 'Io read more
and Io browse around.
In spile of whal many people Ihink, 'Ihe maiorily of
sludenls really work bofh in school and aI home. One
fhing aboul' our crowded school is 'lhal' 'Ihere are few quiel'
places Io sludy or falk, especially during 'Ihe noon hour.
Before school or afler, Iwosomes gel' Iogeiher +o compare
chem charls or work on Irig.
Recenfly fwo reading courses have been made avail-
able I'o EHS s+uden+s. One is a remedial course which is
designed for non-readers who may be having Irouble wilh
Ihe mas+ery of fhe subiecf mailer in Iheir fexlbooks.
The ofher reading course, called DEVELOPMENTAL
READING, is offered Io aid 'Ihose sludenis who wanl' 'lo
read 'fas'I'er, belrler and wiI'h a keener grasp of Ihe prinled
Because of our crowded condifions. 'Ihese reading
courses are oHered in +he "Sheri House" where specially
'Irained 'Ieachers and special books, machines and equip-
men'I' facililale learning.
Learning lo comprehend wha? we read.
L. Flora reeds a passage from Burns in English LH'
W. Pannalaecker end L. Turner
do a spof commercial.
ENGLISH HELPS US EXPRESS OURSELVES
WHEN A SENIOR CHOOSES HIS ENGLISH COURSE
FOR HIS LAST year in EHS, he finds if hard fo decide.
Should he fake 12D and learn fhe fechniques of dramafics
producfions or BIBLE. a book he feels he'd like fo know
beH-er? If he's college-bound, he plans fo fake WRITING
LAB: if he wanfs a fufure in radio or TV, he will sign up
for SPEECH WORKSHOP.
A senior mighf elecf MODERN LIT., a 'Iwo-semesfer
course in reading modern novels, plays, non-ficfion, or fake
ENGLISH 12A where he'll gef fo know fhe besf in English
Juniors also have fo make choices, when, as sophomores,
'I-hey plan I-heir elevenfh year. ENGLISH 11 combines fhe
J. Burfon gels a fest in Commercial English.
sfudy of American liferafure wifh furfher drill in funda-
menfals. ENGLISH IIS is designed for iuniors inferesfed
in speech: IID for fhose who enioy fhe sfudy of dramafics
and HJ for fhose iuniors who wanf fo specialize in journal-
ism. Each of fhe laffer courses also includes American Iif,
as iuniors are af fhe same fime sfudying U. S. Hisfory.
When a sophomore enfers EHS, he finds his ENGLISH
course for fhe fenfh year already prescribed for him. This
course is a kind of orienfafion course, giving him some work
in speech, some in grammar and fundamenfals, and some in
liferafure. Wifh a differenf 'Iexf for each course, and a
differenf feacher, he finds himself rofafing from one of
fhese fhree fields fo fhe nexf.
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S. Cerfer learns siege appearance in Soph Speech.
E. Gonzalez, foreign ex-
change sludenf, shows a
THROUGH LANGUAGES, WE LEARN 0F OTHER LANDS
S. Wir? explains an ariicle in modern lil.
AT PRESENT FOUR LANGUAGE COURSES ARE
OFFERED AT EHS: FRENCH, SPANISH, LATIN, and GER-
MAN. The sludy of languages may begin in The nin+h grade
in iunior high or in fhe ienfh year. Mos'l' sfudenis fake fwo
years of language buf four years are offered in Lafin, and
ano+her year would be offered in French or Spanish if There
was a demand. German is new io EHS fhis year: nexf year
an advanced course will be offered. ln each language, The
use of records and conversafional meihods makes 'lhe
course an inferesfing modern shady.
"Voici le papier," says J. Lochmandy lo C. Horswell.
P. Johnson learns ihaf
German is rough.
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Lnfin praiech N. Hogendoblar. E. Sfouf, D. Sfemm, B. Woodard, V. Campifi, N. Shreiner. and E. Maas
Parking can be a probleml
ALL EHS STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE
AMERICAN PROBLEMS, a course dealing wi'ih American
governmenf and America's social and economic problems,
and UNITED STATES HISTORY, where juniors learn +o ap-
preciare our American herifage.
Besides ihese, a sfudenf may choose one of +he follow-
ing social sfudies: EFFECTIVE LIVING, a course dealing
wiih 'ihe problems of youfh and adulihoodg CADET TEACH-
ING, a course designed 'lo give seniors inieresied in +he
leaching profession ideas abour such careers: WORLD
HISTORY, a course in which 'ihe pupils sfudy ancient
medieval, and modern hisforyp or CONSUMER EDUCA-
TION, a course which feaches how 'Io be smarf, effeciive
A DRIVER TRAINING course is offered +o all siudenis
who wani 'io learn how Io drive. I
L. Frederick, B.iSIuIsman, T. Kidder, and J. Mohr, a commiHee in
Q P. Carpe reporls on Ihe Observer in American Problems.
ABOUT WORLD AFFAIRS IN SOCIAL STUDIES
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L. ScoH and W. Cullen are chocied on Iho poII books by "sIneriFFs" D.
M. Maloney pufs
up a posfer for
Mum and G. McNeal in November "eIec+ion".
B. Brane works on frig.
Yes, malh is hard.
Juniors sfruggle wifh algebra-geomefry.
MATH AND LEARN T0 REASON
MATHEMATICS, IN SOME FORM, IS ESSENTIAL TO
ALL. EHS offers a varie-Iy of maih courses.
Seniors 'Iaking TRIGONOMETRY and fourlh year AL-
GEBRA are beHer able 'Io undersland 'The problems of
engineers and archirecfs. MATH 12T, dealing wilh pracri-
cal ma+hema+ics applied 'Io fechnical work, is essenfial 'Io
a s'Iuden'I' in indusfrial courses.
Third year ALGEBRA and SOLID GEOMETRY include
Ihe algebra expanded considerably 'From 'Ihe firsl' year
course, and geomeiry, which is an associaiion of solid wifh
Sophomores choose PLANE GEOMETRY Io learn 'I'ecI1-
niques of formal proof and cons+ruc'Iion of geomeiric
figures. Learning 'Ihe principles of mafh is Ihe basis of
MATH 106. Arifhmeiic, simple algebra and geomefry
comprise fhis course.
Mr. Ehrsam shows B. KBHTHEIQ J Perrin, W. Crise, and B. Thomp-
son flie use of a fransif.
When Hue going geis tough, Mr. Harvey lends a hand fo J. Bloss, C. Himes, and M Sims
"The formula is . . . " easily forgoffen.
Aquaiic animals are fuscinaiing shldy in biology
P. Lenaburg dissecls a frog.
WHEN A SENIOR EXPRESSES AN INTEREST IN
SCIENCE, HE selecfs CHEMISTRY. This is a s'I'udy of fhe
composiiion and of +he changes in composifion of Ihe
Ihings Ihaf fhe world and 'I'ha'I' we are made of. In 'Ihe
classroom, 'rhe fheory of chemis+ry is faugh+, while in fhe
Iabora+ory, pracfical experience in Ihis subieci, Irhrough ex-
perimenfafion and demonsfrafion, is learned.
In fhe iunior year, 'Phe sfudeni' has his choice of PHYS-
ICS or PHYSICAL SCIENCE. Physics deals wifh fhe physi-
cal forces and laws of nafureg such as, Iigh'I', heal, elecfrical
energy, sound, gravify, simple machines, and +he principles
of mirrors and lenses. This is a laborafory science: our lab-
orafory is equipped fo s+udy each phase fhoroughly. Physi-
reveals new worlds
Io 5. Parmafer.
US KNOWLEDGE OF OUR WORLD
cal science is for 'Ihose s+udenI's who do no'I plan fo en'Ier
a career in Ihe science field. In 'rhis class, fhe basic princi-
ples of physics, chemis+ry, and earlh science are faughi.
Thus, a good general knowledge of science is acquired by
fhe sludenl' who may use his credil from Ihis course fo 'ful-
fill fhe science requiremenf for high school.
For a sophomore, BIOLOGY is Ihe science choice. This
subieci' is a sfudy of living fhings. During +he course of +he
year, +he pupil learns of fhe cycles of life and of his role
in Na+ure's plan. Living or dead animals and planfs are
sfudied individually and whole new worlds are revealed under
Ihe microscope. Sfudenfs are encouraged Io work on
proiecls af home: growing planfs, incuba'Iing mold culfures,
Lenses and lighf--an experimenf in physics.
B. Owens sculpfing.
ANY PUPIL WHO PLAYS A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
is eligible Io parIicipa'Ie in our marching BAND during
Ihe foollaall season and in Ihe concer'I band la'Ier in 'Ihe year.
S'IudenI's may also play in ORCHESTRA. This EHS
organizalion plays music expecied only from professional
OUR CREATIVE SELVES EMERGE IN THE FINE ARTS
Classes in MUSIC THEORY and MUSIC APPRECI-
ATION are ofliered 'Io sfudenis wishing 'Io learn 'funda-
menials of music.
Four groups comprise CHOIR. THE A CAPELLA
CHOIR, represenfing Ihe besi voices of EHS, is 'Ihe goal
of mosi members.
A s+udenI inferesfed in arf may eleci GENERAL ART,
designed +o develop ariisfic a++i+udes. In ART WORK-
SHOP, Ihe advanced class, Ihe individual works in his own
SIudenIs form mosiacs in arI workshop.
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WHERE WE ACQUIRE SKIllS
IF A STUDENT IS INTERESTED IN A VOCATIONAL
FIELD, he has many differenl' classes Io choose from. He
mighl' elecl' +o fake AUTO MECHANICS, which is eifher
a sophomore or a iunior course. In Ihis class, work is done
on modern au+omobiIe engines which are in running condi-
+ion. A derailed s+udy is made of more in+rica+e mechan-
isms of +he au'I'omobiIe: carbureiors, wheel bearings, gen-
era+ors, and sl-ar+ers.
Because welding is largely used in Ihe repair of au+o-
mobiles, a phase of +his uni'I is devo+ed 'Io 'Ihe learning of
fhe process of oxy-acerylene welding.
Pupils in 'fhis class are also permiHed +o do work on
their own cars.
J. Slrukel, S. Lylle, M. Main and A. Mccloughan plan wardrobes.
C. Sumpier and
ELECTRICITY is offered during all 'rhree years of high
school. In ihese years, a s+uden+ learns of elecfrical Iheory
and Ihe use of fools and ma+erials. He also learns 'Ihe op-
erafion and cons+ruc+ion of radios. The s'Iuden+s wilh infer-
es+ in 'Ihis field are allowed +o work as "hams", learning code
and fhe opera+ion of +ransmiHers. Finally +he class covers
coniracl' work in I'he pupiI's field of inI'eres+: wiring hook-
ups, Iighl mainienance, conduii wiring, mo'Ior conlrol, or
BUILDING TRADES is a prac+icaI course in carpenlry.
If possible, as in Ihe pas+ year, sfudenis work on the ac+uaI
cons'IrucI'ion and repair of a house. They learn Ihe 'Pech-
niques of building and 'I'he uses of all Ihe I'ooIs Ihal' may
be needed in such work.
P. Johnson and I. Culp overhaul an engine. A. Huelier in Ihe background
M. Companion works on Ihe Iaihe
WE LEARN TRADES
The Carpeniry class checks fheir blue prinf.
Men and machines-learning for iomorrow. Drafling fakes skill.
Working on projecls
DRAFTING, A COURSE IN ARCHITECTURE, IS DE-
SIGNED +o give lhe sludenf some knowledge in planning
a house or a building. He learns +o draw derails of walls,
doors, windows, and +o consrruci floor plans.
If a sfudenl' is inferesfed in working wilh wood, WOOD-
WORKING is fhe class he would eleci. The iype of con-
s'l'ruc+ion merhods and praclices in producrion of furniiure,
cabinefs, and oiher ariicles of wood are siudied. Proiecis
are ihen designed and buiI'I by 'ihe pupil.
VOCATIONAL MACHINE SHOP meefs rhree hours
each day wi+h one hour dedicafed fo relared +raining: a
review of shop mafhemafics, precision inslrumenfs, and
grinding and precision finishes. The remaining hours are
spenr in 'lhe machine shop.
PRINTING is a class given +o insfruci- 'lhe srudenis in
Malching plaids: K. Helfrick
and G. Burler.
all ihe various phases of ihis field. Mosf of fhe work con-
sisfs of priniing school forms and programs, care and
mainienance of 'lhe prinfing equipmen+, and sfudying prini-
Pupils who 'rake VOCATIONAL DRAWING learn io
draw diliierenr paris of a machine. Affer masfering +his,
fhe srudeni designs one of The various 'iypes of small
machines, such as, drill press, jig saw, or a small bench
The dream of mos+ girls is fo evenrually gel' married and
raise a family. To prepare for 'lhis career, a course in HOME
ECONOMICS is offered io all EHS girls.
The sophomore course in homemaking is designed +o
give girls a basic knowledge of homemaking: juniors and
seniors may 'lake a second or ihird year of homemaking.
Take Iwo cups . . . C. Schooley, M. Johnson.
a +P Il:
N. Moon, J. Haney and J. Hummel sfudy budgers.
S. Scoll and D. Kreiscli-
mer on office praclice
P. Shank balances
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Personal fyping aids college prep sfudenfs.
BUSINESS SKILLS FOR TOMORROW ARE LEARNED TODAY
A VARIETY OF COMMERCIAL COURSES ARE OF-
FERED TO THOSE sfudenls going info business.
GENERAL BUSINESS acquainls 'I'l1e sfudenl' wiih Ihe
business world: SHORTHAND is a source consisling of speed
building and pre-+ranscrip+ion Irainingg Iraining in keeping
records sfraighl' is received in BOOKKEEPING: CLERICAL
PRACTICE consisls of classroom work and praclical oflice
work: skills in puncfuafion and le'H'er wri-ling are learned in
BUSINESS ENGLISH: knowledge of sales 'rransaclions and
slore policies, in MERCHANDISING.
Learning 'lo make business and personal lefler forms
consfifufe a course in TYPEWRITING: sluclenfs wl1o wanl'
'lo learn Io 'I'ype for personal use may lake PERSONAL
From speedboals Io vilaminsl J. Elmore and G. Menges learn selling
S. Lyile and J. Vargo demonsfrafe good buying procedure
fo Carol Landon, Sharon Conner, and Winifred Beadle.
in '57, activities both
OIG CIIIC NSW, Were WOl1del"l'Ul
Conceris. dances. parfies.
plays. feas. suppers-'lhese and
many ol'her aiairs give zesl' and
sparkle fo 'lhe dull roufines of 'lhe
day. Ac'l'ivi'l'ies enrich our school
year, leaving us many glowing
Mr. Maier and The assembly ccmmiHee: Miss Shideler, Miss Whife. Mrs. Fox, Mr. Rogers, Mrs. Burlrhardf, Mr. Crosier, and Mr. Mahan
Senior librarians W. Powell. N. Hogendobler, and B. Kuhn ind a G. Scofi shows fhe Hi Fi +o C. Mufzl and M. Fey
THURSDAYS ARE FOR MEETING, PLANNING
Club meefings, formerly diTTiculT To schedule affer school, are now held on
Thursday mornings. The new plan was inifiafed lasT fall by Wilbur Mafer, chairman
of scheduling, and The members of The Acfivifies CommiT+ee.
On Thursday The school day does nof begin unTil 8:30: homerooms do noT meef
on ThaT day. STuclenTs have Their choices of aTTending a club meefing, or coming
To school and going To a s+udy hall, or of coming af 8:30. AT firsf, everyone forgoT,
and came To school as usual: soon, however, almosf everyone caughf on, and excepT
for Those who shivered oufside on cold mornings, The club program was a success.
Mr. Mafer lcepT The schedule running smooThly.
The new plan permiTs sTudenTs who have afTer-school jobs or boys who are ouT
for sporis To aTTend club meefingsg This means increased membership, aTTendance,
inTeresT. Now clubs are scheduled To mee-T Twice a monTh on alTernaTe Thursdays.
This plan was no+ compulsory, however. Some clubs sTill prefer To meeT affer school.
or in The evening, af The homes of members. Some new clubs were organized, like The
Physics and Hi Fi clubs, and ofher new ones will probably follow, as The plan confinues.
The plan also gives cabinefs, commi'Hees, and groups Time To meeT and plan
for coming evenTs. TiclreT sales, posTers, Trips, decorafions-all The necessary defails
can be discussed aT The Thursday morning sessions. More Time for pre-planning
means more successful affairs: This year we have enioyed some very good parTies,
Trips, dances, and programs. lT's acTiviTies ThaT puT The spice in The dull rouTine of
lessons, boolcs and sfudyg iT's acTiviTies ThaT make The school go 'round.
E. STouT adverfises The League
C. Berlney and T. Harfman look over a communicafions receiver
Waifing for The 8:30 bell on a cold Thursday morning
GAY AFFAIRS, CLEVER IDEAS, AND FUN
COME FROM THURSDAY CLUB MEETINGS
In mos'I' every club, 'I'he cabinel' or ofiicers meer one
week: Ihen 'Ihe en+ire group, The nexr. WiI'h more people
aH'ending, beHer resulls are assured. Wi+h more people
present more ideas originafed, beHer discussions were
held, and "The more Ihe merrier" came +rue.
Plans are discussed, perfecfeclg 'Ihen Ihe president chair-
man, or sponsor reads 'I'he lisI' and The commiflees begin
'Io work. How shall we decorale 'I'he cafeleria or Ihe gym?
WhaI'lI we have for enI'er'Iainmen+7 Who's making posfers?
Who's doing The announcemenis? Are The refreshmenfs
ordered? And who's going Io clean up afferwards?
Some of our affairs are iusl' for fun, like parfies or
dances: some are planned fo honor seniors, parenrs, guesls.
Oflen we see films or hear 'Ialks given by -Ihe very coopera-
five Elkharlans who are generous wi+h 'Iheir 'lime and 'Talent
Somefimes Ihe whole group fakes a frip +o Chicago on
Sarurday I-o a play, a museum, or +o some place of mu+uaI
We learn a greai' deal from all of Ihese, buf whai' we
really learn is +o work fogelher, 'Io do our share, Io see a
iob lhrough. In clubs we also learn 'Io know our 'Ieachers
beH'er as we work wifh 'Ihem informally. AcI'iviI'ies are edu-
ca+ional, are fun, are worfh-while.
N. Shreiner and B. Marlin reign af 'fhe Lafin Safurnalia
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The N.H.S. members arrange Iheir Brofherhood display al Templin's
Les serveuse ai' ihe French Club supper
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Officers L-R: Secy., Phoebe Complonl
Pres., Tom Ailrinsp V. P., Larry Fihsim-
mons: Trees., Dan Seng
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The S'l'uden+ Council, supervised by Mrs. Fox and Mr. Updilre, consisfs of forly-
eighf members, each represenling a homeroom. Problems and proiecfs concerning
EHS are discussed in The monlhly meerings, held in +he audi'l'orium.
The Council slrives +o develop leadership among +he s+uden+s, high, ideals of
cifizenship, and cooperarive good spiril' Through pep sessions and discussions in
homeroom, where +he "voice of +he school" is represenfed.
Senior Rena Levinslcy had 'Phe honor of being 'lhe firsr Homecoming Queen al' The
Ellrharl'-Goshen 'foofball game, an evenl' begun fhis year by +he Council. Her courr
was comprised of Pa+ Srrawser, junior, and Bev Flauding, sophomore. Anorher new
projecf for 'l'he Council was 'rhe Circus held in April. This acfivify helped earn +he
necessary money fo bring nex-r year's foreign s+udenis fo EHS.
Slanding commi'Hees and chairmen were Hall Traffic, Joanne Benhamg Foreign
Scholarship, John Gildeag Pep Session, Jan Cummins and Wally Wells: Assembly
Planning CommiH'ee, Sonia Bradley: and, Homeroom Topics, Ann Cleveland.
R. Sfoui lells plans of fhe Brofherhood proiecf fo fha Council
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The Nafional Honor Socieiy is an honorary organizafion devofed 'l'o creafing an
enfhusiasm for scholarship, s+imula+ing a desire +o render service, promofing worihy
leadership, and encouraging fhe developmeni' of charac+er in 'Phe sfudenrs a+ EHS.
The members who are in fhe upper quarfer of 'rhe senior class work 'logefher wiih
The assisrance of Miss Busche on various proiecirsg such as +he annual supper, held
on March 4, and helping fhe Guidance Council wi+h College Night
Commi'H'ees fundioning 'lhroughouf +he year were 'The Tu+oring Commil-lee, chair-
man, Dave Cocanowerg 'Phe Finance CommiH'ee, chairman, Liz Lusher: 'The Scholarship
CommiHee, chairman, Ann Goldsberry, and Ci+izenship Commifree, chairman, Jean
The Sociefy serves fhe school by iuforing, emphasizing +he imporlance of Brofh-
erhood Week, and acknowledging oufsfanding a'H'endance records and scholasric
achievemenfs 'Through nofes +o sfudenfs in their homerooms.
The las+ ac+ivi+y of +he year for The Sociely is +he induciion of selecfed iuniors
as members of ihe nex+ year's Nafional Honor Sociefy.
Oflicers L-R: Secy., Judy Hooley, Pres.,
S+an Burden: V. P., Sally Haines, Treas.,
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D. Cocanower gives ruforing assignments
fo his commiHee: L. Hayes. S. Scott,
and S. Minelli
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i I Oiiicers L-R: Treas., Gary Mills:
Pres., John Gildea: Secy., Sian
Hooley: V. P., Toni Moores
All boys who a'H'end Elkhari High School belong 'lo lhe Boys League. The main
purpose of +he club is +o have programs and acfivilies of inieresi' +o all boys.
The League Cabinef and Advisory Council mei lhe iirsi and 'ihird Fridays of each
monih wiih iheir sponsor, Mr. Rogers. A+ +hese meeiings, fuiure evenis and programs
were planned for 'ihe eniire league.
Many school programs were sponsored by 'ihe Boys League lhis year: ihe Glen
Cunningham assembly, and 'lhe Engineering assembly. The Boys and Girls League
worked fogeiher and sponsored 'ihe "Sno Ball" and all-school picnic. A "Round-up"
was given early in 'lhe year in order 'For 'the members of Boys League fo become
Besides ihe many school aciiviiies and proiecis, Chrisimas baskels were delivered
and ihe Polio Dime Line was manned by League members.
Commifiees of Boys League in acfion 'ihroughoui' +he school year included: +he
Hosf Commi'Hee. Bill Sirawser, Chm.: 'lhe Dime Line Commil-ree, Ed Borneman, Chm.
J. Gildea reporfs on ihe Cunningham assembly
Omcers L-R: Secy., Cafhy Delbridge: Pres., Joyce Monlieihg
V. P., Judy Rogers: Trees., Marylouise Kaniz
The Girls League, sponsored by Miss Shideler, is all-inclusive: all girls in The
school are members and +he purpose of fhe club is +o serve The needs of all girls, as
well as +hose of all 'khe school.
ln mon+hly meefings in fhe audi+orium girls are informed of 'The club proiech
and problems, +hese having previously been discussed by ihe Advisory Council
which acls as a policy-making group wi+hin 1-he club.
Informal affairs for girls were fhe Kid parfy, colre pariies and suppers. Ai' The
coke parries, on class levels, +he girls discussed 'l'he maH'ers of grooming, prom
clofhes, dal-ing and manners.
Togerher wifh fhe Boys League, +he Girls League sponsored 'Iwo annual affairs
+ha'I' are rapidly growing in populariry: +he all-school dance and all-school picnic.
These are looked forward 'lo by everyone who enioys dancing, sporfs and fun.
A Vesper Service, honoring seniors, ferminafes each year's League ac'l'ivil'ies.
The Girls Advisory Council hears a reporl on The College Tea
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Oliicers L-R: Soc. chm., Carolyn Frame:
Secy., Valerie Hawkins: V. P., Pal' Mc-
Micheelg Pres., Brenda Slruble: Treas.,
Rila Hoak: Sgt-af-arms. Nancy Arisman
Triple-L is a school service club. Any girl in EHS is eligible +o become a member.
Twenfy-'lhree girls, under lhe sponsorship of Mrs. Dorofhy Burkhardl, are organized
'fo promole Learning, Loyalfy, and Leadership, and 'lo develop planned cooperalion
in group aciivilies for ihe benefif of +he school.
Triple-L meeis ihe second and fourih Thursday of each monih in room 207. Eve-
ning meeiings and pariies are held in lhe homes of The members of fhe club. A+
'fhese meelings, fhe members +ry io pursue +he inieresfs of 'lhe individual girls belong-
ing +o ihe club. The library oflen provided enjoyable films for members 'lo see.
During ihe '56-'57 school year, Triple-L has worked on lhe Polio fund-raising Dime
Line, kepl' 'lhe second-floor bulleiin board decoraled, and furnished a Chrisfmas
baskei for a needy family of Elkhart Some of lhe Triple-L girls served as hosiesses
for College Nighl. The members of Triple-L repaired renlal books as a service fo
lhe sfudenls of Elkharl' High School and al' 'iourney 'lime Triple-L girls also sold while
carnaiions, each wilh a blue "E" in ihe cenler.
A square dance-fun for Triple-L members
Spanish dancers perform ai ihe Mexican supper
El Circulo Espanol is comprised of 'foriy-eighi' members who are sfudying or
who have siudied Spanish, wifh Miss King as +heir sponsor. The club sponsors fhe
Spanish Naiional Honor Sociefy, in recognifion of Spanish Club members of good
The purposes of 'I'he club are 'io promofe a beHer rela'l'ionship befween sfudenis,
'io promofe ihe oral use of 'ihe Spanish language. 'io become acquainfed wi+h cus-
foms of Spanish-speaking lands, and +o promoie a beHer siudenf-'i'eacher relafionship.
El Circulo Espanol held iis meeiings once a monih in ihe homes of iis members.
Many inieresfing programs were presenied 'ro Hue club members fhis year: 'ihe Zarria
family from Ecuador showed piciures of iheir naiive counfry, and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Snell spoke of iheir experiences as missionaries among +he indians of Peru,
illus+ra+ing +he 'laik wiih exhibiis of arficles from Peru. The club heard 'Pallas on 'lrips
fo foreign couniries and saw slides of iravels fo Spanish-speaking coun+ries.
ln fhe spring, 'ihe members 'ioured ihe Mexican secfions of Chicago. The Spanish
Club's money-making proieci' +his year was fhe Mexican Supper, held February fourfh.
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Officers L-R: Soc. Chm., Chrisiy Mui'zl7
V. P., Marilyn Fey: Pres., Larry Converse:
Secy., Carolyn Bono: Treas., Kay Rader
J. Cummins explains a new uri' proiecl'
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PAINT AND PALETTE
The purpose of 'I'he Painl' and Paleife Club is +o give lhose inieresfed in ari'
a chance fo parficipare in arf aclivifies.
During lhe club meeiings, which were held fhe second and fourih Thursdays of
each mon+h, fhe members discussed business wifh 'iheir sponsor, Mr. James. The
group lisfened fo speakers and planned and crealed arf proiecis. Using several
differeni' media, lhe members achieved varied elifecis in design.
The speakers 'lhis year were Mr. Tharp and Mr. Bob Kinsey, who discussed
lhe arf of in+erior decorafing. Panels of s'luden+ members were held discussing
realisfic versus modern art Fufure proiecis ulilized lhe ideas which were broughl'
our of fhese discussions.
Trips were iaken lhis year 'io ihe Chicago Ari lnsfiiuie, and 'io 'rhe Souih
Bend Ari Associa-Hon.
As a service +o 'lhe communify, 'l'he members of Paini' and Pale'He Club pre-
pared Pilgrim favors for +he Hospi+al's Thanksgiving dinner.
The club made an unusual hall decorai-ion +his year of a modernislic Chrisimas
free. Throughoul' fhe year, The club worked on scenery, posiers, and olher school
Officers L-R: Pres., Jan Cummins: Treas,,
Jan Smilhg V. P., Marcia Garden: Secy.,
Camera Club members working in The darkroom
The purpose of +he Camera Club is fo promoie an in+eres+ in phofography in
fhe club, in The school, and in +he communify.
Under 'Phe sponsorship of Mr. Morgan, fhe members of the Camera Club have
donafed fheir services +o bofh 'lhe school and +o 'Phe communiiy. The club me+
during fhe homeroom period each second and fourfh Thursday of The monih.
Members spenf addiiional lime, iaken from s+udy periods, fo develop and fo
prini' picfures in fhe Camera Club darkroom.
As a communify proieci-, each week one of +he club members wen? fo +he
Humane Shelfer where rhey +ook +he piciures of dogs who were available for
adopfion. Then, fhe "Dog of +he Week" pic+ure appeared in rhe Elkharf Trufh.
The mosi' oufs+anding service of the Camera Club was 'lhe +aking of picrures
for fhe Pennanf Weekly and for +he Pennanr Annual. Prinis of fhese pic+ures were
lafer sold fo siudenisg ihe proceeds financed new equipment Camera Club mem-
bers cooperafed wi+h 'rhe Fu'l'ure Teachers of America in preparing sludenf pho-
fographers for 1-he F.T.A.'s brolherhood proiec+.
Besides iaking pic+ures and making displays of school acfiviiies, +he club ofien
had bullefin board displays of good prize-winning picfures.
Officers: Pres., Dave Russell: Secy.-Treas.,
lniiialing new members info F.H.A.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 0F AMERICA
The Fufure Homemalcers of America Club, under 'the sponsorship of Miss Mc-
Keehan and Miss Kallner, is an organizafion for girls who are in+eres+ed in home
economics. The chief purposes of +his club are fo worl: for good 'times and good
family life 'for all, and +o 'Fosier +he developmenr of creafive leadership in home
and communify life.
The forfy-one members of fhe F.H.A. mel in room 332 every firs+ and ihird
Thursday mornings. The firsf Thursday was reserved 'for business, and +he 'lhird
Thursday fea+ured programs concerning family life.
Ac+ivi+ies of 'lhe club were serving 'lhe dinner on College Nigh+: enioying a
Chrisfmas pariy: giving a Chrislmas baslcei' lo a needy family: affencling Disfric+
and Sia+e conveniions: operaiing a dime line: serving al' facul+y leas: and, dis-
'rribu+ing May baslceis filled wi+h sweeis. A 'lea honoring moihers and a Double-
Da+e Nighl' dinner ended ihe year's aciiviiies.
Officers L-R: Treas., Kay Schroclc: V. P., Sue Helfrich: Song Leader, Penny Robbins: Pres., Nancy
Williams: Parliamenlarian, Kay Baer: Secy., Jo Ellen Schuelke: Hisiorian, Sue Brannan: Edilor,
J. Bloss demonsiraies F.T.A.'s Brofherhoocl proiecf
FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA
To furfher pupils' inferesi' in leaching and 'lo learn more aboui' ihe 'leaching
profession are The purposes of 'l'he Fu+ure Teachers Club.
This year l'wen+y-live members of 1-he F.T.A., under 'The sponsorship of Miss
Jones, visifed +he Ellcharf elemen+ary schools and a++ended one Elkharf Teachers
Associarion meefing. The Fufure Teachers Club honored EHS 'Teachers wi+h
favors on S+. Valen'l'ine's Day, and, lafer, wifh a lea. Two panels, one comprised
of new 'Teachers in +he Ell:har+ School Sys'rem, were presen+ed 'lo The club.
Miss Kallner and Mr. Wysong spoke ai' one F.T.A. mee+ing.
The club par+icipa+ed in fhe Brorherhood Week program and in fhe observ-
ance of ihe Nafional Educafion Associa+ion's Cen'l'ennial Year.
Commiifees and chairmen ac+ive 'lhroughoui ihe year were +he Program
CommiHee, Sharon Foush 'I'he Brofherhood Week Commifiee, Jim Bickel: and
Commifree for Observa+ion of American Educa+ion Week, Nancy Arisman.
Olilicers L-R: V. P., Sharon Foush Pres., Gary Yoder: Secy.-Trees.. Carolyn Frame
Mr. D. Newby 'lells club members abou? elTeclive window displays
The Dis+ribu'l'ive Educa+ion Club, under 'Phe sponsorship of Miss Kirkland, works
+o furiher in+eres+ in +he dis-lribuiive occupafions, fo parlicipale in s'la+e and
nalional con'les+s, and mosl' of all 'lo develop leadership.
On 'rhe second and 'fourlh Thursdays, +he club holds i+s mee+ings. The imporfanl'
business periains 'lo s+al'e and nalional club aciivilies. A+ various limes, speakers
from differenr 'fields of disfribulive educalion visi'l and 'lalk +o 'lhe club. Among
lhese speakers were Elkhari' businessmen-Roberl Schnuck, Browne Kincheloe, Roy
Jones, and Don Newby-who provided beneficial informalion for The whole club.
Because if is a class as well as a club, and is composed of boys and girls who
have iobs a'H'er school, few proiecls are possible. Some of The special even+s,
however, were The S+a+e Council Meeling held ai' Indianapolis on Oclober 8 and
'rhe Slale Conlesl' ai Indiana Universily on March 9.
The Program CommiH'ee, ac+ive all year, consisled of Jeff Elmore, chairman,
Norma Moon, Gerry Schlosser, and Judy Feller.
Olilicers L-R: Soc. chm., Marcia Deuelg
Secy., Jean Miller: V. P., JeH Elmore:
Pres., Sonia Bradley: Trees., Carol Miers'
Hislorian, Marilyn Armsfrong
W. Cullen demonsirales a new recorder fo fhe Vis. Ed. boys
VISUAL EDUCATION CLUB
Providing +he classes in EHS wifh audio visual malerials is +he purpose of fhe
Visual Educalion Club. The boys show scheduled films in all classes and 'lake care of
all Vis-Ed equipment This club also supplies o+her school clubs wil'h films or equipmenl
when requeslecl fo do so or shows films for civic groups. Twenly members mel every
Wednesday morning wifh +heir sponsor, Mr. Maier, fo discuss business and plan 'lhe
daily film schedule: members of +he club relinquished +heir sludy periods +o show
films +o classes.
As a money raising proiecr, 'lo defray +he club's expenses, 'll-ne boys showed
movies in 'lhe audiforium lo s+uden+s 'from srudy halls. Ofher school aclivilies of lhe
club included giving lwo parlies, and presenling an award +o 'lhe oulslancling senior
member a+ lhe end of 'lhe year.
As lhe scope of EHS's ac+ivi+ies grows larger each year, l'he Visual Educa+ion
Club is able fo serve +he school in more ways. These Visual Educalion boys and Mr.
Maler play an imporlanl parl in lhe program of Elkhari High School.
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P I 'Zim' llyob.
Officers L-R: V. P., Don Sanderson: Secy..
Dick Kidder: Treas., Dave Bonlrager:
Pres., Lance Hayes
G. McNeal and The lnduslrial Club discuss The operaiion of spur gears
The lnduslrial Club, for sludenls of induslrial classes, is formed 'Io 'luriher
knowledge of indusfry. and of available iobs in induslry.
Induslrial Club mei every oiher Thursday: films were shown, and speakers
on indusfry were heard. Speakers fhis year were Mr. Moore, direcfor of
Acme School of Die Design Engineering: Mr. Slallfer, from Norrhern Indiana
Brass: and Mr. Nicolini, from The Employmen+ Agency.
This year, lnduslrial Club collecied broken Ioys, repaired rhem, and
brighfened The Chrisfmases of many poor children.
The main proiecl of Ihe lndusl-rial Club was helping wifh lnduslrial Fair
Display. This ac+ivi+y is a display of The obiecfs made in +he various shops
during I'he year and is open Io Ihe public. Each shop provides a demonsfra-
lion for Ihe display. This year's Fair was larger 'Ihan Ihaf of any previous
Club members helped prepare a display for communify which was shown
in May a+ Ihe Firsl Na+ional Bank.
The Indusfrial Club, composed of for+y boys, mer under +he sponsorship
of The draffing Ieacher. Mr. DuVall.
Officers L-R: Treas., Charles Ray: Pres.,
George McNeal: V.P., Jerry Ehreh
Secy., Don Bowman: Social Chm., Dick
D. Cocanower and D. Lloyd demonsfrafe elecfromagnefic induciion
JUNIOR ACADEMY 0F SCIENCE
The Junior Academy of Science Club was composed of +wenfy members.
This club, sponsored by Mr. Herbsf and Mr. Mahan, promoies inieresl' in +he
various fields of science, and provides ways and means 'for fhe members +o
work 'roge+her on science proiecis.
The club mei' every firsi' and ihird Thursdays of 'l'he monfh. A+ meefings, 'I'he
members carried on fhe necessary business, heard club members' reporis, and
lis+ened +o speakers. Films were shown concerning recen+ scieniific innovafionsg
such as +hermodynamics, and 'the impor+ance of afomic energy.
Some of fhe Science Club members prepared and submiifed proiecls +o
science displays. David Cocanower received a recognifion award 'From Bausch
and Lomb Op+ical Company 'for his worlx on ihe relaiion befween 'lhe niirogen
surface area and fhe con'l'ac+ noise of painied carbon film resisfors. This is re-
Ialed fo fhe size o'F +he par+icle of +he radio resisfor.
The Trip CommiH-ee, headed by Joel Russell, planned several acfivifies for
fhe club. Trips This year included Conn's, 'lhe Goshen and S'l'a+e Fairs, and rhe
fradilional senior 'lrip in ,lune.'
Officers L-R: Treas., Peler Lundi: Secy.,
Ann Wilfroufq V. P., David Lloyd: Pres.,
on hon ce
IJ his 'scien
Oliicers L-R: V.P., Jerry Morehouse:
Pres., Dave Bonfragerg Secy-Trees., Terry
The purpose of Phe Hi-Y club is +o creaie, mainfain, and exPend 'Phe high sfandards
of Chrisfian charac+er Phroughoui' 'Phe home, school, and communi'Py.
I' J,-Nfe. This year, Phe Hi-Y club had Pwelve ac'Pive members. These boys me'P ai' Phe
lo Y.M.C.A. on Phe firsl' and Phird Thursday mornings of 'Phe monPh. The sponsors of
Hi-Y club were Mr. Morgan and Mr. Jim Warriclr, 'Phe Y.M. Boy's Secre'Pary.
AP Hi-Y mee+ings, Phe members discussed business, played ping-pong and pool,
and viewed movies, using 'Phe facililies of 'Phe Y.M.C.A.
As a service proiec'P 'for Phe communi'ry, club members worked on a Dime Line.
ln November four represenfaiives of 'Phe EHS Hi-Y club affended a 'Phree-day
disfricP meefing in Muncie. The purposes and goals of Hi-Y were discussed, and Popics
for fufure local meefings were ouilined.
In 'Phe spring Phe Hi-Y S+a+e Meefing was aHended in Indianapolis.
D. Bonfrager and club members discuss Indianapolis siafe meefing
Officers L-R: Devoiions Chm., Kay Helf-
rich, Program Chm., Lynn Bowers: Secy.,
Jan Cummins: Pres., Shirley Merchanf:
V.P, S' H'k-Tr . P+ Ld'-
, usne ic s, eas. a u wig,
Service Chm., Marcia Kendall
The eigh+y-live members of Y-Teens hold iheir meefings every Thursday nighf in
+he Y.W.C.A. Their purposes are ro grow as persons. fo grow in 'friendship wifh people
of all races, religions, and na'rionali+ies, and +o grow in knowledge and love of God.
Each week fhey hold a business meefing +o plan social ac+ivi'l'ies and service
proiecrs and To provide programs cenrered around rheir purpose.
The Y-Teens many service projecfs include: ringing bells for ihe Salvarion Army,
supervising a dime line for 'rhe March of Dimes, and holding an annual pariy for +he
Rehabili+a+ion Cen+er in April. The club also sponsored fhe "Swee'l'hear+ Swing", rhe
annual Valenfine dance for EHS couples.
Miss Kalhryn Rowe is fhe Teen-Age Program Direcror. The advisors are Mrs.
James Tidwell, Mrs. Raymond Gregg, and Mrs. Richard Boynfon.
EHS couples enioy fhe big dance: ihe "Swing"
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Thespians worlz, busily planning a producfion
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NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY
The Nafional Thespian Sociefy had forfy-nine members ihis year. To become a
Thespian, a Junior Thespian had fo acquire iwenfy poinis. Mr. Jeneary sponsored fhe
The purpose of ihe club is fo promoie an aciive inieresi in fhe dramaric aris in
Ellxhari High School.
Meerings in which members became 'Familiar wi'l'h +he club's consiiiuiion were held
'lhe firsl and 'Third Thursday of each monih. To become be'Her acquainfed, The club
held poi' luck suppers and a Halloween parly.
The members served 'Their communiiy by giving plays +o +he various organizafions
who requesied +hem. Plays were presenred a+ Easier fo various church groups.
Thespians served fhe school by par+icipa+ing in school assemblies.
The ou'l's+anding social even+ of The year was 'rhe iniiiaiion ceremony, where 'Phe
Junior Thespians became Thespians. An informal supper followed 'The induciion.
Officers L-R: Soc. chm., Rachel Culp: Recorder, Chris Eyerg Trees., Beryl Siuismang Pres., Al Husredg
V. P., Jean Lyileg Secy., Lynn Flora: Soc. chm., Bill Cullen
C. DsWees presenls a dramalic inferproiaiion fo N.F.L. members
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
The Nafional Forensic League's main purpose is fo sponsor speech acfivifies in
EHS and fo recognize pupils who excel in speech work.
N.F.L. mei' on fhe second and 'fourih Thursdays of each monfh in room 109, wirh
fheir sponsor, Mr. Wenger: 'rhey planned con+es+s, parries, and speech aclivifies.
As a service fo +he school, N.F.L. broadcasi' morning announcemeni-s and pre-
sen+ecl several assemblies. Serving 'rhe communify, N.F.L. spoke fo local groups.
Aciivifies of N.F.L. included: a Halloween par+y, a Chrisfmas par+y, an annual
banque+, 'The Voice of Democracy Conlesf, The Rofary Confesf, Howe coniesis,
Purdue Legislafive Assembly, Ball S+a1'e Confesi, and dis'rric+ and s+a+e meefs, and
winning many oufsianding awards.
The N.F.L. is a combina+ion of The Speech Club and N.F.L. in one ac+ive group
wifh +wo classes of members: N.F.L. and iunior members.
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Officers L-R: Sealed, V. F., Par De-
Grooie: Pres., Dick Hummel: Soc. chm..
Carol DeWees: Secy., Chris Eyer: Trees.,
Joanne Benham: Co-soc. chm., Nancy
Shreinerg Coniesl manager, Marilyn Fey:
Sgf.-ai'-arms, Pe+er Grille
Council members L-R: Rena Levinslzy, Tom Evsrfs,
Harry Levinslry, Phoebe Cornpron, Judy McCombs,
Rhea Belinlry, Gary Everis, Barb Birlew, and Wally
Y - DANCE COUNCIL
The Y-Dance Council, wi+h Miss Kafhryn Rowe as sponsor, provides
recrearion 'for rhe sfudenr of EHS. The Council mei each Wednesday afrer
school al 'ihe YWCA 'io plan dances following foofball and baskerball games
or oiher sporrs even'rs. Olher school reams and fans are invired +o +he
dances as guesrs.
Srreamers of blue and while crepe paper hung as a canopy over 'ihe Y
gym floor for mosl of rhe dances. A+ +he Elkhar+-Goshen baskeiball game,
however, red and blue srreamers were used, in honor of our long-'time school
Among lhe bands which played 'for ihese dances were The Rhyfhmaires,
Tom Gore's Red Toppers, Kenny Powers, Chuck Srewarr, Lew Goree, The
Collegians, and Paul Russell's Foursome.
When a band wasn'+ available, records were furnished by fhe iulce box.
The proceeds 'From rhe admissions fees of 'lhe dances are generally used
'io hire anorher band, or ufilized for orher YWCA aciiviries. However, 'rhis
year, +he Y-Dance Council presenied a sum of money +o ihe Salvafion Army
The commiiiees in acrion ihroughoui' rhe year were 'the Band Commilree,
wiih Jim Ziems as chairman, and Wally Wells, advisor, and ihe Decoraling
Commi'Hee, wi+h Judy McCombs as chairman. All of 'ihe members of 'ihe
Dance Council willingly donared +ime and efforr in decoraring fhe gym for
A Chris+mas par+y was given This year for 'ihe Y-Dance Council and
'iheir guesrs. The parry was in 'ihe Willowdale Pavilion.
A pos?-game dance for EHS couples and guesls
L. Taylor, assisfanf advsrriiing manager, and S. Scorl, adverfising manager
On June 1, 1200 copies of lhe book were published,
lhe Annual appearing in a disfindive grey cover,
wilh lhe school seal in gold.
The slaff consisled of Ann Goldsberry and Lance
Hayes, co-edilors: Mary Jean Sims, Liz Lusher, and
Nancy Diehl, assislanl' edifors: Wally Wells, business
manager: Dan Hamilfon, assisfanl business manager:
Sally ScoH, adverlising manager: La Marr Taylor and
Judy Bloss, assisfanl' adverfising managers: Greg
Hollz, sporfs edilorg Rulh Sfouf, Sandra Abplanalp.
and Bill Cullen, arl sfalf. This group had special pro-
grams, permiffing lhem +o work fogefher in lhe pub-
lica+ions office each day during ihe sevenfh hour.
From fheir ideas, a dummy was prepared, sfaff dulies
were assigned, and work began in Ocl-ober.
Sharp senior salesmen who solicifed subscriplions in EHS homsrooms
THE PENNANT ANNUAL
The +heme of fhe '57 yearbook s+a+es, 'lhaf "No mailer
how you look ai il, '57 was a wonderful year." ln picfures
and in copy, fhe s+al'f 'lried lo porlray 'lhe usual and un-
usual evenls fhal make up a lypical year a+ EHS. Under
'lhe direcfion of Miss Kelly, many seniors spen'l' many exlra
hours on Salurday and afler school working, wrifing, mounl-
ing piclures, and lyping malerial for ihe Annual.
Afler oblaining informalion aboul each school organiza-
lion, lhe club commi-Hee prepared copy 'for 'l'he acliviry
seclion of lhe Annual. This commil-fee included: Nancy Rolh,
Mary Johnson, Jean Amsden, Nancy Shreiner, Linda Fred-
ericks, Carolyn Bono, and Judy McCullough.
The commiHee members wriling fhe copy for 'the mu-
sical aclivifies of EHS were Shirley Poniius, band: Bonnie
Darling, orcheslrag and Joanne Benham, choir.
Affer sfudenf picfures were faken and disfribuled. the
senior and underclass commiflees began work. These com-
miH-ees sorfed picfures and moun+ed each in lhe proper
class seclion. Pal DeGrooi'e, Janel' Smilh, Anila Wilder,
Lorella Kre+scl1mer, and Karen Whifmyer worked wilh lhe
panels of senior class members' piciures: Mary Swank, Janef
Newcomer, Connie Baer, Shirley Merchanf, and Gay Befh
Wrighf mounred 'lhe picfures of members of 'lhe sophomore
and fhe iunior classes for fhe underclass panels.
G. Holh, sporfs edilorg N. Diehl, M. J. Sims, and E. Lusher, assislanl ediforsg and W. Cullen, arf edilor
D. Hamilfon, assisianl' business manager, and W. Wells, business manager
The ad sfafl, selling a loial of more 'lhan S4000 worlh
of ads, were Norma Moon, Evan Mollenkoph, Sonia Brad-
ley, Barb Backerf, Jeff Elmore, Sharon FeHer, S'I'eve Wirf,
Andrey Brandenburg, Mary Lilly, Jim Ziems, Margarei
Ward, Jim Mohr, Rose Marie Hasse, and Larry Geeris.
Working in pairs, members of lhe sales sfaff canvassed
fhe homerooms of EHS, selling yearbook subscriplions.
The s+aff included: Ted Luckenbill, Jean Ann Renlsch, Dick
Golden, Becky Evans, Bill Sfrawser, Pal Ludwig, Marge Sims,
Sonia Bradley, Jean Gilbert Toby Kidder, Kay Neff, Dave
Adams, Sandy Wysong, Lana Behrens, Mary Johnson, Jean
Amsden, Jon Howard, Ann Folh, Judy FeHer, and Janef
A. Goldsberry and L. Hayes. co-edilors
On Ociober 13, 1956, The class of 1958 presenied iheir
Junior Follies, HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR. The lheme was
based on holidays lhaf occur during each monih of ihe
year. An appropriafely dressed "calendar girl" and a bul-
bous-nosed carfoon figure inlroduced each monlh.
Sprinkled fhrough 'lhe program were: modern dancing
by Pal' Sfrawser, Jim Hemminger, Melanie Adams and Alex
Perez: insirumenfal solos by Carolyn Frame and Gail Troykag
and olher musical numbers by choral groups and band and
orcheslra ensembles. Feafured acfs were: +he appearance
of Yelserp Sivle by Chuck Reed, a magic acl by Jim
Flickinger, and fhe boys' chorus line, "Rocl1in' Ghos'l"' and
lhe girls' "Pomp and Circums+ance" chorus line.
The sieering commiHee consisfed of Chrisrine Horswell,
Bob Hilligoss, Jim Hun+ingion, Jim Smi+h, Omer Young,
Sue Cormican, Pal- Srrawser, Mary Farring+on, Liz S+ou'I',
George Foriino, Sue Tuescher, Gail Troylca, and Susie
Hicks. Gordon Temple was in charge of The band and or-
chesira. Besides class sponsors, facully consul+an1's were:
Mr. James, Mrs. Siclrels, Mr. Crosier, Miss While, Mr.
Davies, and Mr. Gowdy.
Giving Thanks . . . sfanding: D. Dillon, B. Wine, B. Petit T
Brooks, R. Reasoner, L. Fihsimmons, seaied: C. Muhl, M
Myers, C. DeWees, P. Compion, S. Cormican, M. Fey
The "Rocking Gl1os+" . . . B. Spirilo, G.
Forlino, A. Perez, L. Raifsnider, G. Helm,
J. Felmlee, B. Paff, T. Moores. R. Adams,
V. Conner, S. Moyer
The beail Two, fhree . . . A. Mann, P.
Collins, C. Eyer, L. Zenfz, P. Compion,
K. Kemble, G. Troylra, C. Muhl, P. Shaw-
ser, J. McKnighf, L. Mills, J. Quirin
"Singin' in fhe Rain" . . . M. Traulmen,
C. Muhl. P. Campion, C. DeWees, S.
Cormican, S. Wenger
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Sealed: L. Scribner, Feaiure ediforg and M. Kendall, edilor. Sfanclingz B. Tolls, A. Willroul, and L. Sfoul, assisfanf edifors
THE PENNANT WEEKLY
Every Friday morning mosl of us slop al' a "newss+and"
'lo pick up an issue of fhe Pennanf Weekly and fo read fhe
news and chaHer of lhe school aclivilies.
Four seniors were chiefly responsible for lhe news:
Marcia Kendall, edifor, ably assisled by Barbara Tofh and
Ann Wilfrouh and Liz Scribner, fealure edilor.
Assisfanfs fo lhe ediiors proved +o be invaluable in
helping proof-read and correcl' ihe news. Liz Sloul, dealing
wi+h sfraighf copy, and John Lundquisl, wilh sporl' copy,
worked closely wilh fheir edifors fo compile 'Phe news.
The business slaff was headed by Sluarl' Gruber and
Ernie Walker: ads, by Barbara Berry and her sfaff. Pele
Parmafer headed 'lhe sporls sfalil. Many underclassmen
served as reporfers and as special wrilers.
The Weekly's purpose is 'lo publish all worfhwhile school
news and +o supporf all worlhwhile school proiecfs. The
Pennanl' Weekly is by 'lhe s+uden+s, of lhe sludenls, and for
'lhe srudenfs of EHS: we are very proud of lhe facl' +ha+ if
is wriH'en, linoiyped, and prinled by EHS sfudenfs.
Under fhe direclion of Mr. Kennefh Harding, prini' shop
insl'ruc'l'or, +he boys in lhe EHS prinl shop linolype, sei' up
ads, make up lhe paper, and run 'lhe presses. 1000 copies
are prin+ed and disfribuied by a special circulalion s+aff.
Special issues of lhe Weekly were published al Chrisfmas,
al' Sec+ional lourney Hme, and af graduation lime. Olher
special issues lhis year were an underclass issue and an
April Fool issue. A+ -lhe lime of 'l'he Recognilion Assembly,
lhe Weekly published an addilional awards page.
Miss Doroihy Kelly direcls lhe Weekly's publicafion.
B. Berry, advertising manager: P. Parmaier, sporls edilor: S. Gruber,
business manager: J. Lundquisl, assisianf sporls edifor: and E. Walker,
assislanl' business manager
"Well, l've never been so insulted . . ."
D. Hummel, B. Owen, D. Zimmerman, C. Eyer.
THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
LADY BE GOOD was +he offering of lhe class of '58
for 'I'heir iunior play, April 26+h. The seH'ing was 'ihaf of
ihe library of fhe Coll' home locafed on Park Avenue in
A+ +he beginning of 'ihe play, The servanls quif, due lo
lhe fiery femper of "+he Park Avenue firecracker", Paiience
Pa'l'ience's exlremely Bohemian behavior soon led her, in
order +o spi+e her falher, +o marry a man she had known
less ihan live minules, Bill Trainor, her newly-acquired buflerg
however, Pa-Hence, who was used io seeking exiremes fo gel'
her own way, 'Found +ha'l' ihe marriage was one exireme
siluafion fhai she couldn"f gel' our of easily.
Wiih 'Phe linal cur'l'ain, Paiience realized lhai she ac+ually
loved Bill: her 'faiher discovered 'lhal' Bill was +he inven-lor
of a machine vilal 'io his company: and all, risking +ri+eness,
lived happily ever afier.
The cas? included Bill Owen as Bill Trainor: Melanie
Adams as Paiience Coll: Dick Hummel as John Colt and
Dave Zimmerman as George Gresham. Olhers in +he cas?
were Chris Eyer, Rachel Culp, Ron Fields, Mary Hamlin,
Carlene Benander, Elaine Mass and Siuarl' Gruber.
Top: "l'm serving noiice, Jennings!" R. Fields, M. Hamlin.
Bofiom lefi: "Pub me down, you apel" B. Owen, M. Adams.
BoHom righl: "l do love you, Bill." M. Adams, B. Owen.
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Many of our biggesl' fhrills
come from seeing our Blazer 'leams
win viciories-on Rice Field or in
fhe Norfhside Gym. We have ofher
'l'hrills of achievemenl and en'l'husi-
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feam, and lhe Blue and While comes
Senior foofball managers: B. Wilmore and R. Yeager.
THE '56-'57 BLAZERS
To sfarf fhe sporfs calendar ai' EHS, fhe 1956 ediiion of
'ihe Elkhari' Blue Blazers made 'iheir debui' af Rice Field in
The flashy fashion fypical of This year's aihlefes. The resulf
of +his opening was an impressive 38 +o O viciory over 'Phe
hapless Hunfingfon Vikings. Blazer squads scored similar
vicfories af Norfh Side Gym and fennis cour+s of Mc-
Naughlon Park. Cross counfry, fhe remaining fall sporf, had
anoiher successful year. Joe Harvey +ook 'The coaching
reigns from Mail' Ronzone and did a commendable iob in
+raining fhe harriers. There were oiher changes in fhe coach-
ing sfaff ai EHS in fhe 1956-57 period. Bob Ehrsam, long
fime baseball coach and assisfanf baskefball coach, was
replaced by Jerry Hosfefler. Mr. Ehrsam fhen fool: over +he
+ask of seHing up 'l'he in+ramural sysiem on a larger basis.
Golf and bowling will be included in +his expansion. The
Blazer 'Track feam. coached by MaH' Ronzone . . . broke
records and cap+ured new honors.
Foofball coaches: T. Campagnoli, J. Janzurak, L. Button, M. Ronzone.
THEY START STRDNG
The foofball season is considered To sfar'T on or around
'The fiffeenfh of Augusf. Bu'T fo have a successful season, as
'The Blazers did 'This year, 'The candidafes for 'The varsiTy musf
keep in shape fhroughouf The summer monfhs and reporf 'To
Coach Janzurak in perfecf condi'Tion.
The coaching s'Taff 'This year was again headed by The
capable hand of John Janzurak wifh Tony Campagnoli and
Lyle BuT'Ton aiding him wi'Th fhe varsify. Mah' Ronzone and
Max Bell coached fhe B-Team 'To a successful season. These
coaches, along wifh some 4,000 Elkharf fans, wafched fhe
Blazers roll up 350 yards and 38 poinfs 'To down Hunfingfon
in a one-sided baffle. The en'Tire Elkharf squad saw acfion
in This firsf oufing wifh Jon Howard and Sferling Moyer
scoring 'Three and Two 'Touchdowns respecfively. Ray Adams
converfed wifh Rollie Huffman for anofher Elkhar'T Tally.
Vern Conners, iunior halfback, raced 40 yards for 'The final
Blazer score. Dick Garrifson converfed Twice for The Blazers.
The foofball season was climaxed by 'The 'Thirfiefh Annual
Foofball Banquef given for 'The Blazers by 'The Lions Club.
George Terlep was 'The main speaker wifh S'Tan Warner ac'T-
ing as 'Toas'Tmasfer. Jon Howard received 'The Mosf Valuable
Player Award from Tom Sfephenson, sporfs edifor of 'The
"Yea, Elkharf . . ." J. BurTon, L. Bowers. J. RenTsch, and E. Bleiler
The crowd cheers af The pep session before The Goshen game.
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The second oufing of fhe Blazers was fo play hosf fo fhe Redskins of Forf Wayne
Norfh. Norfh Side, a sfafe rafed eleven, fook an early lead of 13 poinfs. The Blazers
came back in fhe second half however and complefely dominafed play in fhaf period.
Jon Howard led fhe Blazers' affack and scored fheir only fouchdown on a six yard
sprinf around end. Elkharf's defensive unif led by Kiefer, Himes and Templin held fhe
Redskins fo 116 yards on fhe ground. The final score was 13-6, Norfh.
The Blazers made fheir firsf frip of fhe season fo Mishawaka, where fhey fangled
wifh fhe powerful Cavemen. The ouf-manned Blazers were easy prey for fhe hard
charging Maroons. Wifkoski and Manual led fhe onslaughf for fhe Cavemen wifh
Howard and Forfino leading fhe Blazers offensively. Mishawaka fook fhe final
The Big Blue, running well behind a varied ai-rack under fhe direcfion of Ray
Adams, came from behind fo hand Washingfon a 13-7 defeaf. This Triumph was 'lhe
firsf in four years for fhe Blazers over fhe Soufh Bend school. Rollie Huffman and
Sferling Moyer fallied for fhe Blazers. Forfino added fhe poinf affer.
The Slicers of LaPorl'e proved foo much for fhe Elkharf Blazers in a conference
baHle af Topper Field. The Blazers opened sfrong by blocking a LaPorfe punf and
scored four plays affer on a one yard plunge by Howard. All-conference quarferback,
Wayne Davission, led fhe Slicers aHack. An Adams-fo-Huffman pass was good for 80
yards and fhe final Elkharf score.
Displaying one of fhe mosf brillianf comebacks in recenf hisfory, Elkharf ran up
21 poinfs in fhe las+ half fo win over Riley of Soufh Bend 21-13. The Blazer backs,
behind seven hard charging linemen, ran roughshod over fhe helpless Wildcafs in fhe
second half. The real furning poinf can be alffribufed fo fhe fimely infercepfion of
Rollie Huffman and fhe fouchdown fhaf followed. George Forfino converfed fhree
fimes for fhe Elkharf cause.
Jan and Lyle look I-he sifuafion over.
R. Huffman eludes would-be Fori
Wayne Ceniral facklars.
Elkharf 38 ....... Hunfingfon
Elkharf 6 Forf Wayne
Elliharf 13 ..A,.., Mishawalra
Ellnharf 13 .... S. B.
Ellrharf 12 .......... LaPorfe
Ellmharf 21 vv,,.... S. B. Riley
Elhhari 27 ..,. Forf Wayne
Elkharf 25 ..,...... Goshen
Elkharf 6 ....,. S. B. Adams
Ellrharf 13 .... Michigan Cify
G. Hahn, J. Barfleff, and L. Kiefer close
A FEW MISTAKES HURT
The Blazers, led by George Forfino and using near-perfeci line play, ground ouf
a mefhodical 27-0 win over Forf Wayne Cenfral. This was win number 4 for fhe Blazers.
Elkharf scored, affer six plays, wifh Forfino carrying fhe mail. Howard and Moyer also
aided fhe Ellcharf cause wifh runs of 7 and 12 yards, respecfively, for fouchdowns. The
defense used by fhe Blazers was impregnable, as fhe Wildcafs from Cenfral picked up
buf 5 yards rushing. Himes, Bar+leH', Kiefer, Daugherfy and Nifong were among de-
fensive sfandoufs for fhe Blazers.
The 55fh annual foofball game befween Ellcharf and Goshen was played before
some 10,000 fans af beaufiful Rice Field. The Blazers, hoping fo avenge a 13-7 loss
suffered in fhe 1955 campaign, were sef back by a firsf play fouchdown run by John
Fidler. Ellxharf fhen proceeded fo roll up 363 yards while Goshen was limifed fo 298.
Howard and Moyer scored fwo fouchdowns apiece for fhe Blazers wifh Rollie Huffman
and Jon Templin sfanding ouf on defense. Half fime fesfivifies included fhe crowning
of fhe foofball queen and her affendanfs. The Blazers fool: fhe final decision 25-12.
Conference champs, Adams of Soufh Bend, hosfed fhe Blazers af School Field
and won fheir sixfh conference game. The Eagles led by Gene Philips and Barry Grady,
proved fheir sfafe-rafing +o be no accidenf. Howard scored fhe lone Ellcharf fouch-
down on a five yard plunge buf los-I fo fhe powerful Eagles, 34-6.
Only fhree seconds separafed Elkharf High School's foofball feam from ifs firsf
winning season since 1953 in fhe game againsf Michigan Cify. Buf quarferbacl:
Schlegelmilch of Cify woke fhe Blazers wifh a series of passes ending in a 37 yards
Howard and Moyer scored for fhe Blazers wifh Forfino adding fhe exfra poinf.
The Blazers oufgained fhe Red Devils some 100 yards buf fell on a lasf second play.
J. Howard, J. Templin, and C. Himes up-end Riley back.
The Elkharf aifack moves wi+h S. Moyer. G. Holh and R. Garrifson cause a Huntingfon fumble
A. Perez goes for a 'lirsf down.
BLAZERS BREAK EVEN
The dads of 'lhe EHS varsify foofball feam go+ a ground
view look af 'their sons in acfion againsl' fhe Riley Wildcals
of Soulh Bend. The youihful Blazers did noi disappoinl' 'lhe
older generalion and +amed 'lhe Souih Bend eleven 21-13.
The dads were inlroduced al' half 'lime and were recognized
by fhe 6,000 'fans presenlz
The Riley Wildcafs were bu+ one of 'rhe five 'reams +o fall
+o fhe spiri+ed Blazers in The eleven week long campaign.
Souih Bend Washingion. Hunfinglon. Fori' Wayne Cen+ral
and Goshen provided Elkharl wiih i+s ofher vic+ories. There
were nine senior le'Her winners and sevenfeen underclass
award winners. Jon Howard was 'lhe scoring leader and
was chosen Mos? Valuable Player by his +eamma+es. Larry
Kiefer, senior guard. was elecfed caplain of lhe squad.
This year's season was a success from any view point Noi'
since 1954, has an Ellcharl' foolball +eam finished wifh a
be'Her season record.
ON SEASON RECDRD
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1957 Blazer foofball squad. Boifomz Coach M. Bell. G. Forlino, R. Papa, D. Bowser, S. Moyer, T. Jackson, L. Rilchie, P. Campagnoli, D
Kiefer, V. Conners, Coach L. Burien. Second Row: Coach M. Ronzone, J. Slabaugh, K. Miller, R. Briggs, C. Himes, J. Zellmer, G. Hollz, D
Mann, R. Garriison, J. Howard, Coach S. A. Campagnoli. Third Row: Coach J. Janzurak, S. Rezuflxo, J. Barflelf, R. Huffman, L. Kiefer, H
PeFfley. G. Daugheriy, R. Adams, G. Hahn, J. Templin, A. Perez. Fourlh Row: J. Reclcl, D. Huichison, P. Turnock, C. Zalinsly, D. Nifong, L
Raifsnyder, B. Tweslon, G. Mann, T. Moores, J. Ellis.
Players host dads with A 21-13 vicfory over Riley.
Max gives advice.
K. Eafon hifs fwo.
BIG BLUE WIN FIRST FIVE
Max Bell greefed four refurning leffermen af fhe sfarf of +l1e 1956-57 basketball
season. Ted Luckenbill being 'lhe only regular back from fhe sfafe round of four
feams, Coach Bell had a rebuilding iob fo do. Affer much experimenfing and many
hours on fhe pracfice courf, Bell chose his varsify. Ken Hudkins. Kyle Eafon, Jim
Barfleff and Dave Donovan were chosen fo handle fhe guard dufies. Toby Kidder,
Tom McDowell and Max Eby nailed down varsify forward jobs. The pivof men for
fhis year's Blazers were Ted Luckenbill and Jim Lichfenberger. Two B-feam regulars
were moved up fo varsify posifions during fhe course of fhe long season due fo sick-
ness of regulars. Jim Swafhwood af guard and Sfeve Riem al' forward fook fheir new
Joe Harvey again aided Coach Bell wifh fhe varsify and Jerry Hosfefler menfored
On November 23, 1956, fhe Elkharf Blazers played hosf fo fhe Wildcafs of Easf
Chicago. The Big Blue, led by all-sfafe cenfer Ted Luckenbill, racked up vicfory
number one by a fen poinf margin.
Nappanee, Elkharf's counfy rival, was 'Ihe nexf 'Ieam fo fesf fhe Blazers on 'Iheir
home courf. The Bulldogs, boasfing a previous win over Elkharf in fhe 1955 secfionals,
were easy prey for fhe Bellmen. Ted Luckenbill held Lakins of Nappanee fo fwo field
goals in fhe enfire game. Ken Hudkins and Max Eby sparked fhe Blazers fo fhe
The firsf conference game of fhe young season was played on December 7 and
piffed fhe Blazers againsf a rangy LaPor+e five. The game was close fhroughouf fhe
firsf half buf fhe powerful Blue dominafed play in fhe final sfanza fo come away wifh
fheir firsl' conference win and fhird sfraighf season vicfory. Luckenbill was high for
fhe Blazers wifh 27 poinfs. The final score was 70-52.
ELKHART ....,..., EAST CHICAGO ROOSEVELT 4b
ELKHART --- ......,,..,,..... NAPPANEE 33
ELKHART W- .,....,E LaPORTE 45
ELKHART --- ..... COLUMBUS 43
ELKHART -- ....... MISHAWAKA 70
ELKHART W ,E.,,... LOGANSPORT 57
ELKHART --- ..E,. MUNCIE CENTRAL 49
ELKHART U, ...,.... HAMMOND 43
ELKHART -, ..... MISHAWAKA 41
ELKHART ,- ...A,...,...,EE.E FRANKFORT 47
ELKHART ..,..,,A...... FORT WAYNE SOUTH 44
ELKHART ..,,.,, SOUTH BEND WASHINGTON 44
ELKHART --- ..,.. FORT WAYNE CENTRAL 54
ELKHART --- L,,...... MICHIGAN CITY 61
ELKHART --- v,,L FORT WAYNE NORTH 41
ELKHART L- .... WASHINGTON CLAY 41
ELKHART ,,- .... SOUTH BEND ADAMS 40
ELKHART .........L.. SOUTH BEND CENTRAL 53
ELKHART -- ,........ SHIPSHEWANA-SCOTT 45
ELKHART --- ......,..., NAPPANEE 38
ELKHART --- ..... NEW PARIS 39
ELKHART ,,........,.,,......,.. WAKARUSA 32
ELKHART L-, -W ..,L SOUTH BEND CENTRAL 66
M. Eby drives.
T. Luckenbill and T. Kidder sfop Goshen
CHEERBLOCK FORMATIONS BACK BLAZERS
SENIOR CHEERBLOCK MEMBERS: J. Amsden, S. Baer, M. BarneH', C. Becker, J. Benham, P. Berger, C. Bozzo, J. Bouo, B. Brane, C. Brown
N. Chrislner, L. Clindaniel, M. Corden, J. Cummins, B. Darling, J. Delp, M. Demas, S. Eller, B. Evans, A. Folh, A. Goldsberry, S. Greenawall
S. Haines, E. Hasiings, V. Hawkins, P. Heiden, J. Horn, J. Jessup, M. Johnson, M. Keil, M. Kendall, N. Kirkman, L. Krelschmer, J. Kuehl, R
Levinsky, J. Loney, P. Ludwig, B. McCloughan, J. McCullough, M. Maloney, S. Mayhousen, S. Merchani D. Myers P. Myers K Neff J New
comer, L. Oswalf, J. Paulus, J. Rogers, L. Schlosser, S. Schneider, L. Scribner, N. Shreiner, M. Sims, J. 'Smi+h, R. Slouf, B. Siru-ble, Swank.
L. Turner, V. Vance, V. Wade, K. Whiimyer, A. Wilirour, L. Wingeari.
JUNIOR CHEERBLOCK MEMBERS: J. Alm, C. Anderson, L. Andresen, S. Ariley, K. Baer, L. Balls, M. Baskerville, C. Benander, M. Bicknell
D. Blair, B. Bozzo, J. Bradley, K. Burnham, J. Burlon, G. Bufler, M. Buller, C. Colagrossi, D. Colvard, L. Complon, P. Compion, R. Culp, C. De
Wees, T. Dufhie, J. Edelman, K. Ernsberger, C. Eyer, M. Faber, M. Farringfon, L. Ferrel. S. Fields, P. Fisher, C. Frame, P. Freed, R. Funell
L. Gardner, C. Geerfs, E. Gonzalez, C. Good, J. Guy, M. Hamlin, N. Hariman, J. Haifield, K. Helfrick, S. Herring, S. Hicks, L. Higbie, B
Hillman, G. Holdeman, S. Holycross, V. Hosfefler, E. Huff, M. lanigro, P. Johnson, L. Jones, B. Jump, M. Kaniz, M. Kauffman, K. Kemble, B
Kershner, M. Crofoor, D. Krefschmer, S. Lenaburg, M. Losee, S. Lyile, A. McClcughan, J. McCombs, J. McKnigl11', L. Madlem, J. Maier, A
Mann, N. Mass, S. Miller, L. Mills, P. Monschein, H. Morlensen, C. Mulzl, L. Myers, M. Myers, B. Nagy, M. Newman, D. Norris, J. Nuslaaum
P. Olsen, D. Pendill, L. Pixley, J. Quirin, A. Robbins, R. Rodewald, R. Rogers, V. Revoir, N. Scarlelf, K. Schrock, P Slough P Sfeele M
Sfewarf, J. Sioner, L. Sfoui, J. Slow, P. Sirawser, B. Sfreeier, A. Swift S. Teusher, M. Trauiman, K. Troyer, G. Troyka: J. Wagner, S. Weller
S. Wenger, J. While, L. Zenh.
SOPHOMORE CHEERBLOCK MEMBERS: C. Anderson, S. Brannan, S. Beech, R. Belinky, B. Bibler, S. Binkley, B. Birlew A Bodell C Bridges
J. Brown, J. Brown, S. Bufcher, C. Campbell, E. Campbell, C. Caranasios, S. Carfer, F. Chaplin, J. Ciiiadine, L. Clements: A: Clevelhnd. D. Col-
vard, S. Conner, L. Cormican, P. Corns, P. Crain, M. Craig, B. Dalrymple, M. Davis, R. Davy, B. Deal, C. Delbridge, S. Derbin, J. Drake J
Eger, J. Edwards, A. Feddersen, M. Flke, D. Fischer, R. Fisher, B. Flauding, J. Forry, L. Francisco, N. Frank, N. Freed M Fulwider M Gallo:
way, P. Geeris, E. Golden, J. Goldsberry, D. Graff, C. Greenleaf, M. Grove, M. Hapner, M. Harper, L. Hariranfr, L. Harlzler, K. Hayden, L
Hayden, A. Hendrickson, J. Holycross, P. Jay, B. Johnson, J. Johnson, L Johnson, R. Juday, J. Kambs, M. Kelsey, S. Kensill, J. Kincaide, B
King, C. Kramer, K. Krumpefz, P. Law, P, Lambdin, S. Lambdin, S. Lambdin, M. Lemmon, H. Linder, P. Lifke, D. Longacre, P. Luckey, M. Mc
Infire, C. McLain, B. Marfin, J. Miller, M. Miller, V. Mifchell, S. Morse, V. Morse, C. Neece, P. Neece, M. Neff, P. Nelson, B. Newman, K
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BLAZERS AGAIN WIN HOLIDAY TOURNEY
The Blazers, yer 'Io be Iesfed on a foreign cour+, iourneyed +o Columbus for
Iheir Iirsl' road game. The Bellmen, showing a sirong defense, defealed +he Bulldogs
51-43. Hudkins and Kidder sparked Ihe Blazer Iive.
ElkharI"s firsi' season loss and iniiial conference selback came al- 'I-he hands of Ihe
Mishawaka Cavemen. Leroy Johnson, lanky Maroon cenier, led +he onslaught Ken
Hudkins led 'Ihe Blazers wilh 14 poinls and fine floor work buf fhe Big Blue fell: loss
number one 70-52.
However, Elkharf Blazers rebounded from Ihis loss and downed 'Ihe Logansporl
Loganberries 71-43 in Iheir nexl' game. Ted Luckenbill and Ken Hudkins scored 23
and 12 poinfs respec+iveIy. The Blazers' defense held fhe Berries Io 17 field goals.
The Bearcafs of Muncie Cen+ral, raled number Ihree in rhe sIa+e, were +he nex'r
foes for 'Ihe Bellmen. This was Ihe hardes+ fough+ game of 'Ihe season, wifh bolh
'Ieams showing much life and de+ermina+ion. Cenfral, however, pulled away +o a
'Ihree poin+ lead wirh seconds remaining and 'Ihe Blazers were unable io cafch 'Ihe
undefealed Bearcais. Luckenbill and Eby led Ihe Blazers oliensively. The Iinal +ally
was 49-46, Muncie.
The Ihird annual Holiday Tournameni' was held a+ 'Ihe Norfh Side Gym on
December 28 and 29. The hosi' school, Elkharf, invi'Ied Hammond High, Vincennes
and old rival Mishawaka 'Io a'Hend Ihis Iourney.
ln fhe firsl nigh+'s acfion, Mishawaka downed Vincennes and Elkharl' defea+ed
Hammond High 69-43. The following nighl, Hammond High handed Vincennes i+s
second loss of +he Iournamenl.
ln +he championship game, Elkharl played for Ihe second +ime 'rhe highly fouled
Cavemen of Mishawaka. The Blazers avenged 'the early season loss. Max Eby and
Ted Luckenbill 'rallied 21 and 19 poinfs respeclively. The Blazer defense held +he
Maroons +o 41 poinfs.
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END 0F SEASON SLUMP
Affer successfully defending fheir holiday fournamenf
crown, fhe Blazers wenf on fhe road fo meef fhe Frankforf
Hofdogs. The small Frank five puf up a baffle before falling
48-47 in an overfime.
The Blazers fhen hosfed Forf Wayne Soufh Archers and
handed fhem fheir sixfh defeal' of fhe season. Luckenbill
and Eby led fhe Blazers in scoring.
Soufh Bend Washingfon and Forf Wayne Cenfral fell fo
fhe Blazers on January 11 and 12 respecfively. Soufh Bend
Washingfon provided Elkharf wifh fheir fhird conference
win. The Blazers rolled up 74 poinfs in furning back Forf
The Red Devils of Michigan Cify evaded Elkharf in an
affempf fo knock off fhe highly foufed Blazers. The Blazers,
however, had ofher plans and won in a fhrilling overfime
The hapless Redskins of Forf Wayne Norfh Side gave
Elkharl' fheir fiffh conference win 71-41.
Elkhart High School coaching sfaff: Firsf Row: Janzuralr, Ronzone, Campagnoli, Silcoff, Hosiefler. Second Row: Buffon, Walker, Harvey, Bell.
The Goshen Redskins, unsuccessful in 33 affempfs fo defeaf fhe Blazers, were drubbed
by fhe fasf moving Bellmen. Luckenbill, Eby and Hudkins led fhe Blazers in scoring. Eafon
and Kidder played heads-up defensive ball. The final score was 82-41.
The Riley Wildcafs of Soufh Bend baffled fhe Blazers for fhree quarfers falling 67-47.
This was Elkharf's fiffh conference win.
The Blazers, minus Ted Luckenbill, besfed fhe Clay Colonials by 43 poinfs. Tom
McDowell led wifh 13 poinfs in fhe 82 fo 41 assaulf.
Soufh Bend Adams played 'lhe Spoilers and upsef fhe Blazers on fheir home courf.
This gave Elkharf ifs fhird conference loss and eliminafed fhem from fhe running. This
game was also played wifhouf fhe services of Ted Luckenbill.
The Soufh Bend Cenfral Bears broughf a 19 game winning sfreak info Norfh Side gym
on Friday, February 22. The powerful Bruins, rafed number one in fhe sfafe, handed Elk-
harf fheir fourfh loss of fhe season and gave Elkharf a final conference record of six wins
and fhree losses. This was fhe lasf game of fhe regular season for fhe Blazers who had
esfablished sixfeen vicfories againsf four defeafs.
The Elkharf secfional opened wifh Brisfol losing fo Jefferson in a close ball game.
Elkharf, however, did nof swing info acfion unfil fhe second day when fhey eliminafed
Shipshe-Scoff in a lop-sided confesf. The Blazers fook fhe final decision 70-45.
Nappanee defeafed Goshen fhus gaining a chance fo fesf fhe favored Blazers. The
Elkharf squad, minus Ted Luckenbill, defeafed fhe Bulldogs. Hudkins again led fhe Blazers
offensively wifh Eby and Kidder confrolling fhe backboards.
McDowell hifs from fha oufsido. Capf. Hudkins goes sfraighf up
TOURNEY WINS, PLUS BANQUET, CLIMAX SEASON
New Paris provided ihe mosl' exci'l'ing game of +he l'ourna-
menl' by holding Ellrharl' lo 41 poin'l's. Allhough Ellzhari led
all +he way, fhis game was decided in fhe final seconds of
play. The Blazers capi+alized on a New Paris error and
sfaved off +he lasl minufe drive. The Cubs of New Paris fell
41 +0 39.
The championship game was played befween +he hosl'
school, Ellcharf, and Wakarusa. Ted Luckenbill made his firsf
appearance of +he sec+ional +ourney and iurned in a fine
performance. The Blazers rolled up 70 poinis while +he
Walrarusa lndians were held fo 32. Hudkins, Eby and Mc-
Dowell were forced io leave 'l'he game because of leg
cramps. The Elkharl bench provided 'lhe final punch in our
seven+een+h secfional championship.
The Blazers played 'lhe Cen+ral Bears in 'lfhe af+ernoon
game of 'fhe Elkharf regional. The Bears, led by Herber+
Lee, elimina+ed +he Bellmen from 'rhe fournamenf. Ted
Luclcenbill was high 'For 'lhe game wilh 24 poinls. Afler de-
fea+ing 'lhe Blue Blazers 66-55, fhe Bruins ran rough shod
over 'lhe Pierce+on Tigers 89-38, 'lo win ihe Elluharl Regional.
Climaxing fhe 1956-'57 baslzeiball season was lhe annual
Lions Club Banquef. George Milcan, 'Former Laker slar,
delivered an inspiring and enlighfening +allc. Ted Luckenbill
received 'lhe cove+ed Mosl Valuable Player award. Ken
Hudkins, winner of +he free +hrow +rophy. was named
cap'l'ain of l'his year's Blazers. Head Coach Bell, Joe Harvey,
and Jerry Hosfeller were honored along wiih fhe gradual-
George Milran congraiulales mosf valuable T. Luclrenbill and Capt K. Hudkins as coach Bell loolrs on.
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HARRIERS HUSTLE FOR NEW COACH
The cross coun'I'ry feam, under new coach Joe Harvey,
had a successful season. Reiurning leHer winners were John
Gildea, Denny Denman, Gary Mills, Dave Donovan, Jerry
MaH'hews and Ted Luclrenbill. The ieam losl' fheir opening
'Triangular meei' 'io LaPorl'e and Mishawalca.
Affer fhis opening loss, Elkhari' wenl- on +o defeal Howe,
Goshen, Michigan Ci+y and Benfon Harbor, in fhaf order.
The husiling Blazers fhen splil' a +riangular meel' wifh Soufh
Bend Adams and Sou+h Bend Riley.
The conference meel' was 'lhe nexi' fesf for Joe Harvey's
Harriers. Dave Bonfrager finished lirsl' for fhe Blazers and
'l'hirl'een'l'h in fhe mee+. Ofher men placing were Dave
Donovan, Sian Hooley, Jerry Maifhews and Roger Simpson.
The secfional meer was held Ocfober 26 in Mishawaka.
Roger Simpson and Sian Hooley led fhe Harriers 'lo a fiffh
place our of fwenfy-seven schools. Joe Harvey, in his lirsf
year as coach, had a 7-4 record. Denny Denman was elecfed
capfain and Dave Bonfrager was fhe number one runner on
fhis year's cross counfry feam. The cross counfry feam along
wifh 'l'he foofball and +ennis 'ieams were guesfs ai' ihe 'Fool'-
Number one man D. Bonlrager, Capiain D. Denman.
1957 Cross Counfry Team. Firsf Row: T. K. Williams, M. Rose, C. Middleion, S. Hooley, R. Sim son, S. Emmerl, R. Richmond. J. Merril, D.
Pfisier, B. Raflree, S. Reim, D. Former, B. Rice, D. Smifh. Second Row: L. Fifzsimmons, R. Whifehead, J. Maffhews, R. Sfswarf, D. Kleinfeldi,
D. Donovan, T. Conway, T. McDowell, Coach J. Harvey. Third Row: J. Gildea, K. Eaion, D. Denman, T. Luckenbill, T. Kidder, M. Eby, G.
Mills, M. Dider, S. Burden.
NETMEN HAVE FINE SEASON
Coach Charley Walker greeied four reiurning lei-iermen
lasl' fall. Dan Seng, Dave Till, Bob Marlin and John Lund-
quisi' made up lhis quarrel' of relurnees. Soufh Bend Cen-
i'ral's Bears were fhe firsl opponenls of lhe nefmen. The
Bruins blasled our Blazers 5-0.
ln 'I'heir firsi' home mafch of 'lhe '57 season, 'lhe ne'H'ers
handed LaPor'le a 4-1 loss. Dan Seng and Bob Marlin 'look
rhe singles rriumphs and ihe Seng-Darling, Marlin-Hudkins
doubles combinafions downed 'lhe LaPor+e duo's.
Seng, Darling, Marlin, Till helped hand Fori' Wayne Norlh
a similar 4-1 defeat
Goshen, Souih Bend Riley and Souih Bend Adams all
besled 'lhe Blazers by slighi' margins.
The final march of 'lhe season was held in Michigan Cify
on Ocfober 9. The improved Blazers overpowered fhe Red
Devils 5-0. Seng, Darling and Marlin plus bo+l1 doubles
combinaiions spared fhe neH'ers.
Dave Till was elecied capfain of ihis year's leam. He suc-
ceeds Dan Seng lo lhis posifion of honor. The 'leam will
sulier The loss of the Seng and Till plus Ken Hudkins, iennis
rookie. The 'team was honored by +he Lions Club a+ fhe
annual banque+ for 'fall sporis.
Coach C. Walker congralulaies seniors D. Seng and D. Till
1957 Tennis Team. J. Szobody, J. Lundquisl. K. Hudkins, B. Marlin. cipfain D. Till, D. Seng.
SPEEDY TRACKSTERS SHOW POTENTIAL
"" " Sirengihened by +welve refurning le'Hermen, Coach MaH
Ronzone's lraclc feam should provide sfiff opposiiion for i+s
Since fhe 'Track season has been limifed by inclemenl
weafher condi+ions, 'The assislance Thai new frack prospecls
will give ihe feam has noi' been defermined. However, fhe
ouilook is promising. ln realiiy, ihe Blazers appear excep-
lionally sfrong in 'lhe running evenfs and show greai' pro-
mise in 'lhe field evenfs.
The Flying Blazers are scheduled io face some rigid com-
pe+i+ion in Their meefs. lmporfani' scheduled mee+s are the
Goshen Relays, 'The ENIHSC meei, The Easi'-Wesi' NIHSC
mee+, +he Secfional a+ Elkhari, Regional a+ Forf Wayne, and
lhe Sfafe Mee+ ai' Indianapolis.
EV The Blazers pos+ed splendid performers in 'lwo of 'The
, preceding evenls. The Goshen Relays crown fell fo The
'f ig ki' iii- K ng in migh+y Ronzonemen for ihe firsf 'lime in +wen+y years. The
if ,T A 1 Q-Fj jif g, J .f fraclcslers oul'-scored fhe Calumel' schools 'lo win by 8-113
Pole vaulfer Tony Moores. POTHTS-
On April 26, 'The conference mee? was held and The
Blazers fool: second place honors.
1957 Track Team. Piciured above from left fo righf, Hrs! row: D. Klaus, A. Campoli. S. Emmerf, S. Moyer, T. Jackson, S. Hooley, M. Rose, D.
Bonfrager, R. Simpson. Second row: T. Borneman, J. Howard, J. 'Gildea, K. Eaion, V. Connors, D. Denman, R. Huffman, D. Garrilson, M.
Dider. S. Reim. A. Perez, J. Slaybaugh. Third row: M. Ronzone, D. Huichinson, D. Golden, L Fihsimmons, C. Gordon, C. Middlefon, L Deuel.
D. Smifh. T. McDowell, G. Hahn, T. Wesilalne, J. Ellis, H. Peffley, R. Fapa, J. Janzaruk. Fourih row: R. Twesion, D. Turnock. D. Nifong, J.
Griffin, T. Moores, P. Turnoclr, P. Parmafer, R. Whiiehead, R. Adams, P. Campagnoli, G. Mann, R. Richmond, J. Johnsion, T. Ruifer.
NEW COACH GREETS BASEBALLERS
Elkhari"s baseball feam is under a new coach This year.
Men'I'or Jerry Hosfefler replaces Bob Ehrsam as -The direcfor
of The diamond crew. Joe Harvey is assisianf +o Mr.
Reiurning Ie'Hermen +o fhis year's squad are Ken Eafon,
George Forfino, Jim Bar+leH and Toby Kidder.
As we go +o press, 'l'he scores 'lo dafe are as follows:
Niles 4-Ellcharl 3: Mishawaka 3-Ellzharl' O: Michigan Ciiy
The baseballers were hampered by ihe loss of infielder
Ken Hudkins and ouffielder Max Eby in 'ihe final games.
The remaining games io be played are as follows:
Goshen ........................... April 26
"'S. B. Cenfral ..... --- April 30
"S. B. Washinglon .... --- May 3 i
Mighawaka ,------ --- May 7 G. Foriino hus+les info first
LaPor+e ..... .... M ay 10
'Middlebury --- .... May 14
S. B. Adams .... .... M ay 17
"'S. B. Riley .,.. .... M ay 21
'Goshen ..... .... M ay 24
1957 Baseball Team. Firsr Row: D. Troyer, J. Barfleff, B. Shuperi, J. Merrill, D. Kleinfeldh L. Gard. J. Swafhwood, L. Taylor, Manager B
Roose. Second Row: Coach J. Hosieller, E. Mollenlropf, T. Churchill, D. Keller, M. Eby, T. Kidder, K. Welsch, K. Hudkins, K. Eafon, G. Foriino
Coach Max gives P. Grillo and T. Conway a few fips.
NEW SPORT IS SUCCESSFUL AT EHS
Golf, a new sporf af EHS, was quife successful in ifs
firsf varsify year. The sporl' was infroduced lasf year, al-
fhough no le'H'ers were given. Refurning from lasf sea-
son's feam are fhree juniors: Tom Conway, Larry Miller
and Dave Lough.
Max Bell, veferan baslcefball coach, will handle fhe
linksmen. The feam will use fhe Ellc's golf course for
pracfice and home meefs. Pro Gene Conway, will also
help fufor fhe young golfers.
The Blazers will play five conference foes fhis firsf year.
Ofher meefs are fenfafive. Michigan Cify was fhe firsf
foes and fell fo fhe Blazer golfers 11-4. Tom Conway
was low for Elkharf, shoofing a 79. Ofher poinf geffers
were Larry Miller and Dave Lough wifh idenfical 8T's.
Bob Moenich and Pefe Grillo shof 82 and 90 respecfively.
The Elltharf linlcsmen clefeafed Soufh Bend John Adams
on fheir second oufing. Tom Conway, Larry Miller, Dave
Lough, Bob Moenich and Fefe Grillo all scored well in
The conference mafches and sfafe meef will climax fhe
inifial golf season for Elkhart No dafe has as yef been
sef. The young golfers showed much improvemenf in fhe
firsf few meefs. The feam, lecl by an array of iuniors, will
be a definife fhreaf fhis year and nexf.
T. Conway, L. Miller and D. Lough fee off.
P. Grillo sfudies puff.
INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES EXPAND
Bob Ehrsam, EHS mafh feacher and former baseball
coach, did an excelleni' iob in expanding fhe inframural
sysfem here af Ellcharf High School. Previous fo 'lhis
year. baslcefball was fhe only sporf receiving inframural
affenfion. However, golf, fennis, and bowling have now
been added. Wresfling was also sfarfed.
The Red Crown Bowling Alleys served as a home for
+he sfudenf bowlers. Mr. Ehrsam 'Iaughf 'lhe fundamenfals
of fhe game 'Io all fhose inferesfed. The alleys were
available af leasf once a week for high school use.
Golf, being an oufdoor sporf, was difficull' fo gef under
way. Bul' affer much hard worlc, 'Ihe inframural golf feam
was a realify. Lilce fhe varsify golf squad, fhe inframural
enfhusiasfs used fhe Ellcs golf course. Two nighfs a week
were open fo fhe school.
Wresfling was pracficed on an inframural basis fhis
year. If is hoped, however, fhaf 'Ihe grapplers will be
admiH'ed 'Io fhe conference nexf year. One sef of
mafches was held in fhe high school gym. Foofball coach.
John Janzuralc, was in charge of 'Ihe mal' pounders.
If is believed fhaf fhe addifion of fhese sporls will in-
crease 'I'he caliber of varsify afhlefics. Valuable confri-
bufions will also be made foward fhe general healfh of
'I'he sfudenf body.
Inlramural direcfor Bob Ehrsam.
Wresflers give exhibiiion.
Officers L-R: V. P. Al Campoli: Sg+.-ai-arms, Jon Howard: Pres., Ted
Luckenbill: Trens., Dave Till: Secy., Jim Barflefl.
The purposes of fhe Varsify Club are fo direcr +he group's
highesr loyallies 'lo fhe school ra+her 'lhan 'lo any group or
person: 'lo encourage closer fellowship among players: 'fo
ioin in solving feam problems: and lo mainiain a high
sfandard of cifizenship in school morale.
The club, having a membership of 54, meefs lhe 'lirsf and
'lhird Thursday of every monlh in Room 18. Every major
leHerman in sporis or in managing is aufomafically a mem-
ber of 'Phe Varsify Club. Ai' fhe meelings, repor+s are given,
and business is discussed.
The members serve 'lheir school by helping +o organize
pep sessions and by promoring afhleiics and ci+izenship.
They serve 'lfheir communiiy by operafing dime lines.
The club's aciiviiies included a fall, win'l'er, and spring
parfy and dance, +he promo+ion of +he fooiball queen elec-
+ion, an open house 'For all preseni' and pas+ leH'ermen al'
+he Norih Side Gym over +he Chrisfmas vacafion, a dime
line, and lhe sponsoring of 'lhe "Will-Be-Has-Been" baske?
ball game, which is held afler 'lhe inframural and regular
Mr. Glen Silcoh' is sponsor of ihe Varsi+y Club. All olher
coaches are honorary members.
1957 VARSITY CLUB-Leif io righf: Us? rowl K. Eaion, G. Daugheriy, A. Campoli, G. Holh, C. Himes, J. Howard, B. Briggs, K. Miller, L.
Kiefer, J. Zelmer, W. Croxall. l2nd rowl P. Turnock, B. Mar+in, J. Gi.dea, J. Templin, D. Seng, G. Foriino, R. Adums, K. Hudkins, D. Till, E.
Mollenliopf, D. Bonlrager, J. Barllell, lfhird rowl B. Twesion, S. Hooley, D. Darling, D. Nifong, M. Eby, T. Luclrenbill, D. Garrifson, M. Dider,
K. Eabon, R. Huffman, D. Denman, l4fh rowl J. Slabaugh, G. Mills, D. Klaus, H. Paliley, S. Moyer, A. Perez, D. Klienfslf, P. Campagnoli, D.
Donovan, R. Simpson, E. Borneman.
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls Aihlelic Associaiion is a club organized +o pro-
mo+e high physical efliciency among 'Ihe girls of EHS by
offering faciliiies, organizafion, and ins+ruc+ion in a variely
of aclivilies. The associalion aims +o s+mula+e parlicipalion
for every girl in some form of wholesome physical recrea-
fion. The club plans 'Io give sufficienl' oppor+uniI'y 'Io each
girl +o develop her own I'alen'I Io ifs 'fullesr and +o her own
The +hir'ry-+hree members of 'Ihe club mei' once a monlh
in 'Ihe girI's gym 'Io discuss plans for 'Ihe club's acfivilies.
The members mel' affer school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and
Thursdays for 'Iwo-hour pradice sessions Io improve slcill in
various sporls: baslcerball, archery, badminfon, and Iennis.
The members of GAA compefed wiih o+her schools in
volleyball and in sofiball. On Wednesday aflernoons follow-
ing school, 'Ihe girls improved Iheir bowling slxill.
The GAA cooperaied wi+h girls 'From olher schools 'lo
parIicipa+e in several oufside ac+ivi'Iies, including: 'Ihe Lead-
ership Training Camp, Ocfober I3 and 14: a volleyball
playday a+ Mishawalca, November 3: 'Ihe Dislricl' camp in
Ihe spring: and 'lhe Plaque playday al' DePauw Universi'I'y.
The club's sponsor is Miss Mary Kendall.
Officers L-R: Treas., Pal' Lenaburgg Pres., JoAnn Kuehlg V. P.. Gayle
Zenhz Treas., Nancy Harfman.
G.A.A. members play baslcefball.
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"We. 'Ihe people." of EHS . . . noi
ius'l' l'he "wheeIs" of all 'l'he organiza-
'l'ions, seen here wiih Woody. our prin-
cipal. buf all 'lhe people-'I'eachers.
sl'udenl's, cusiodians, coaches. admin-
isfrafors. secreiaries -working 'l'o-
gefher. playing iogefher. faking
success and failurel frying 'lo make
fhe mos'I' of each day. frying io make
every year wonderful.
ABLE ADMINISTRATORS: SUPERINTENDENT AND SCHOOL BOARD
Mr. Rice wifh his secreiary, Miss Puier-
Superiniendeni' J. C. Rice
The man largely responsible 'For 'lhe elificieni operafion of +he Elkhar+ schools
is our superinlendenl, Mr. J. C. Rice. His iob is +o inform 'lhe public of 'lhe school
program, and 'io plan, wil-h The Board of Trusfees, all +he clefails fhai' concern 'fhe
school program, and io work wifh principals and feachers. He always says, "The
schools help 'lhe parenis educafe 'iheir children."
Because of 'lhe iremendous building program necessary in Elkhart Mr. Rice
spends mosl' of his 'lime on school finances. He sfrives fo pui' fhe fax funds 'lo +he
besi' use in improving our schools' mainfenance, equipment remodeling and re-
Each week Mr. Rice publishes a small house-organ, "From +he Home of 'I'he
Green Carpe'l'." This leaflel' keeps all ihe schools informed on facfual maH'er and
gives ihem a glimpse of his humor and his philosophy.
Alihough he's noi' closely connecied wilh 'ihe high school, he is always inieresied
in our curriculum ancl in our special proiecfs like our irip 'io 'lhe lndiana Legislaiure.
He is also much in+eres+ed in our spor+s program: he is a 'Familiar figure a+ our
high school games.
Sfudenfs who come in coniacf lwiih fhis man find him a pleasant sof+-spoken
genfleman. His friendly manner and helpful a'Hi'iude make him very easy 'lo ialk fo.
Besides being a leader in school adminisfralion, Mr. Rice is also inferesied in
civic aiiiairs. He is much respec+ed by 'lhe communiiy as a leader. We are foriunaie
in having such a capable man a+ 'lhe head oi our schools.
Our School Board: Mr. Howard Chrislner, Mr. ChesPer Huffman, Mrs. Phyllis Cormican, Mr. Sianley Raymer, and Mr, Eldon Lundquisi
Each Monday nighi' during 'Phe school year lwi'Pl1 Pheir
meelings now on -Phe airl 'Phe Board of Trus'Pees mee'Ps wifh
Mr. Rice, Mr. Burns and Mr. Wollenweber. AP Phese regu-
lar meefings Phe business of building, financing, and run-
ning Phe schools is carried on. No ma'rPer is 'Poo big or
'Poo small: from Phe building of a 51,332,500 school 'Po Phe
care of one refarded child.
Raising 'Phe sPandards of 'Phe Ellcl1arP schools and main-
'Paining Pheir already fine ra'Ping are Phe concern of 'Phese
five cilizens. The facl' Pha'P 'Phe Elkhar-P High School has
been 'For Phe pasP fiffy years a member of Phe Nor'Pl1 CenPral
Associafion is an indicaiion of 'Phe splendid work done by
adminisPraPors and school boards Phrough Phe years.
Mr. Wm. Wollenweber is Phe School CiPy's very capable
main+enance supervisor. During 'Phe pas+ year he was bor-
rowed by 'Phe S'PaPe Building Deparimen-P 'Po help Phem on
cons'PrucPion defails. Alfhough ii' was an honor, il' added
much work 'Po Phis busy man's schedule.
The business manager of our schools is Mr. Maurice
Burns. He insPrucPs all of Phe Preasurers and business man-
agers of school organizaPions in handling of Pinances. One
of his big iobs is managing affairs held in 'Phe NorPh Side
Mr. Burns and Mr. Wollonweber.
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Joel Russell and Mr, Updilre.
Principal C. P. Woodruxcf
OUR GUIDES AND FRIENDS
We seniors have come lo realize 'l'ha'l' one of our besl' friends is our principal,
Mr. Woodruff. He is very much inlereslred in 'lhe sfudenfs and is glad +o help lhem
wilh lheir problems al' any lime. His informal manner makes boih sludenls and
'leachers comforlable in his presence.
Woody perhaps seems closesi' fo lhe seniors. Because 'lhey have been wilh him
for 'lhree years, 'lhe seniors have learned 'lhal' Mr. Woodruff can be depended upon
'lo help solve +heir problems, as a group and as individuals.
During lhis year, he made a poinl' of visiling each senior homeroom. His visil
gave us an oppor+unil'y lo ask queslions abou? 'l'he aclivifies and +he operalion of
EHS. We apprecialed his sincerily and honesly in answering our queslions. Mr.
Woodruff believes lhal everyone who is inleresfed should have a voice in running
lhe school. He is willing lo lis'l'en lo consirucfive crilicism of our school and welcomes
suggeslions for i+s improvement
Woody also likes 'lo have lhe sludenfs malce lheir own decisions abou? 'lhe
operalion of 'Phe school. He very willingly assisls commiHees in an advisory capacily
bu+ wanls 'lhe sludenfs fhemselves fo decide wha+ is bes+. Sfudenls also lake parl' in
planning guidance sessions, pep sessions and assembly programs.
Because of his inferesl' in 'l'he sludenfs and his conscieniious adminisrraling, all
of us respecl Woody, bolh as a principal and as a man.
Our Counsellors: Mr. McH-argue, Miss Sharp, Mr. Kauffman, Miss Jarvis, Miss Deal, Mr. Hari.
The Guidance S'ia'Ff of EHS is headed by 'lhe principal,
assisrani principal, cleans and counsellors. The Guidance
Commiilee. composed of fhis sfalif and fhe homeroom
chairmen, is headed by Mr. Kauffman. Developing +he
homeroom program and 'Forming policies 'lhaf regula+e all
social acfivifies are +he concern of +he Guidance Com-
For each grade level, special homeroom programs are
prepared. Sophomores are orienfed info rhe acfivifies, 'ira-
di+ions and rules of fhe school, iuniors are helped in plan-
ning vocaiionsg seniors plan for college careers.
Counsellors aid in selecfing programs +o 'Follow each
s+uden'i's in+eres'l's and in personal problems and adiusf-
When a sfudenl needs help of any kind, he goes 'lo 208,
"+he home of our 'lwo deans," Miss Shideler and Mr. Rogers.
They always have 'lime for a few quesfions or a long con-
ference. Personal problems, aflendance problems and social
adiusimenfs are an impor+an+ parl of fheir worlc.
Our assisfanl' principal, Mr. Updilce, is fhe permaneni'
adviser of fhe Sfudenl' Council. He has charge of all
scholarships, schedules all fesfs in +he 1'es'l'ing program and
helps Mr. Woodruff wifh adminislralive defails.
Miss Shideler, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Updilre
ADAMS, NORVAI., B.S., M.S. .
Biology, Science Chairman
ADDISON, WILLIAM, B.S., M.S.
AMSBAUGH, ANNA. B.S.. M.S.
AVERY. FRANCES. B.S.. M.A.
BELL, JOE, B.S.. M.A.
BELL, MAX, B.S., M.S.
General Business, Typing, Baskefball
BENBOW, LOUISE, B.S.. M.A.
BOOK, ORPHA, A.B., 8.5. in L.S.
BROUGHTON. RUTH, B.S., M.A.
English, Language Chairman
BURKHARDT, DOROTHY, A.B.
BUSCHE, LOUISE. B.A., M.S.
BUTTON, LYLE. B.S.
Physical Educaiion, Fooiball
Coach, Drivers' Training
Physical Educaiion, Social Siudies
CROSIER, WILLIAM L. B.S.
DAVIES, JOHN, B.'M.E., M.M.E.
Director of Insirumenfal Music
DEAL, JUNE, B.S., M.S.
DILLEN, CHRISTINE, B.A., M.A. V
DuVALL. JOHN. B.S., M.A.
EHRSAM, ROBERT, A.B., M.S.
Maihemaiics, Iniramural Direcior
FOX, ALICE, A.B., M.A.
GILL, IVAN, B.S., M.A.
Chemisfry, Ticker Manager
GOWDY, WILLIAM, B.S.M., M.M.
Direcfor of Vocal Music: Music
HARDING, KENNETH, B.S.
HART, GLEN, B.S., M.S.
HARVEY, REX, B.S., M.S.
Indusirial Arts: Counselling
HERBST, EUGENE, B.S., M.S.
Physical Science, Maihemafics
JAMES, HOWARD, B.F.A., M.S.
JANZARUK, JOHN, B.S.
Physical Educafion, Foofball Coach,
JARVIS, KATHRYN, B.A., M.A.
JENEARY, DELMAR T., B.F.A.,
JERSILD, ARTHUR A., B.S.
JOHNSON. JULIA, R.N.
JONES, FLORENCE, B.S.. M.S.
JORDAN, RILEY, B.A., M.A.
Social Sfudies, Social Sfudies
Social Sfudies, Cadet Teaching
KALLNER, JO ANN, 8.5.
KAUFFMAN, LEWIS, B.S., M.S.
KELLY, DOROTHY. B.A., M.A.
Social Sfudies, Counselling
KENDALL, MARY, B.S., M.S.
KERR. LESTER, B.S., M.A.
KING, GLADYS, B.A., M.A.
M aih em alics
KIRKLAND, HELEN, Ph.B., M.A.
Disfrilauiive Educalion, Job
LUTY, EDITH, B.A., M.S.
MAHAN, ROBERT. B.S., M.S.
Biology and Physical Science
MATER. WILBUR, B.A.. M.A.
McHARGUE. GLEN, B.S.. M.S.
Social Siudies, Counselling
McKEEHAN, ALICE, B.S.
MILLER. EVELYN, B.A.. M.A.
MORGAN. JOHN. B.S.
ORGAN, E. T.
Direcior of Vocaiional and Adulf
ROHRER, STANLEY E., B.S.
RUSSELL, ISBELI., A.B.
Developmenial Reading, English
SANDS. W. E.. B.A.. M.A.
SAWYER, MARGUERITE, B.A., M.A.
SCHER, JOSEPH, B.S.. M.A.
SCHWARTZ, DONALD, B.S.
SHARP. MARIE. B.A.. M.A.
SICKELS, ADA. Pl1.B.. M.S.
SILCOTT, GLEN, B.S., M.A.
Direcfor of Aihlefics, Healih and
Physical Educafion Chairman
SPROULL, RAYMOND, B.S.. M.S.
WENGER. GALEN, A.B., M.A.
Direcfor of Speech and Radio
WHITE, VIOLET E., B.S., M.S.
WSSONG. RICHARD M.. B.S.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS 0F
We, fhe class of '57, enfered EHS as sophomores in Sepfember 1954. Surrounded
by sfrange walls, confusing schedules and upperclassmen, we felf losf and bewildered.
Affer adiusfing ourselves, we se'Hled down +o a regular roufine. Elecfing officers and
planning our class parfy were our acfivi-lies fhis firsf year.
ln -Phe fall of '55 we began immediafely fo prepare for our Junior Follies, SAINTS
AND SINNERS. The follies were successfully presenfed on Ocfober 15.
Our class parfy, held in January, was our nexf acfivify. ln fhe seffing of a TV
sfudio we all enioyed fhe music and enferfainmenf.
Before long we found ourselves preparing for our Junior Class Play. We chose
MEET A BODY as 'lhe play which was presenfed on April 21.
As fhe high spof of our iunior year, we presenfed fhe Junior-Senior Prom. Using
SEA OF DREAMS as fhe fheme, we fell' 'lhaf our prom provided a perfecf evening fo
honor fhe deparfing class of '56.
Because Mrs. Swhier was leaving EHS, we chose Miss Lufy as sponsor wifh
Lasf fall we came fo EHS experienced, confidenf seniors. We elecfed as our
officers Dick Garrifson, president Greg Holfz, vice presidenf: Shirley Minelli, Secre-
faryg Mike Plank, freasurer: Ann Folfz and Willard Croxall, social chairmen.
Our class play, DRUMS OF DEATH, was presenfed on November 9. A full house
alfernafely chuckled and frembled as our play reached a fhrilling climax.
Buying cards and announcemenfs in January made us realize fhaf our high school
days were soon coming fo a close. We began fo work harder and fo appreciafe our
school. We began fo 'rhink abouf fhe fufure, abouf colleges or careers.
On March 15 we had our final fling af our class parfy. Held in fhe high school
gym, based on fhe fheme of Wind-Up Romp, we had a good informal evening.
Before long we were in fhe middle of senior acfivifies. Senior Day, fhe banquef,
Baccalaureafe and Commencemenf came, climaxing fhree wonderful years af EHS.
Senior class officers: Greg Holh, vice-presidenlg Willard Croxall, boys'
social chairman: Mike Plank, freasurer: Ann Folh, girls' social chairman:
Shirley Minelli, secrefaryg Richard Garrifson, presideni.
Senior class sponsors
Miss Lufy and Mr. Ad-
COFFIN, JO ANN
DARLING, BONNIE JO
FRISBY. MARY SUE
HARGROVE, BETTY ANN
HASSE, ROSE MARIE
NOLEN, JOHN '
RENTSCH, JEAN ANN
SIMS, MARY JEAN
STOUT, RUTH ANN
WRIGHT, GAY BETH
GRADUATING. BUT NOT PICTURED
HAZEL GOODMAN MICHEAL ROBINSON
PICTURED. BUT NOT GRADUATING
DON BOWMAN BRUCE KENTNER BETTY SuRLs
NEVIN HOUSTON JOAN LAWSON CHARLES su-MPTER
TOM JOHNSON LORRAINE POWERS JEAN WHITMER
HISTORY OF THE .IUNIUR CLASS
On Sepfember 4, we came back fo EHS wifh greaf ex-
pecfafions for fhe many excifing acfivifies scheduled for
our Junior year. Affer meefing our old friends and ioining
fhe organizafions of our choice, we seHled down fo fhe
business of selecfing our new class sponsors and officers.
For our sponsors, we chose Mr. Campagnoli and Miss
McKeehan fo help us in planning our acfivifies of fhe year.
For our officers we chose fhe following: presidenf, George
Forfinog vice presidenf, Rollie Huffman: secrefary, Sue
Teusherg freasurer, Dave Keller: boys' social chairman, Tom
Conway, girls' social chairman, Judy McCombs.
On Ocfober 13, we presenfed our Junior Follies, HOLI-
DAY SPECTACULAR. We found fhaf all our work had nof
been wasfed, because our Follies were a greaf success.
We had iusf refurned from our spring vacafion fo find
fhaf if was fime for our class parly. This was held on April
6, wifh a fheme of THE GAY 9O'S.
Closely following our class parfy, was fhe class play,
enfifled LADY, BE GOOD. I+ was direcfed by Mr. Jeneary,
wifh fhe casf as follows: Ron Fields, Mary Hamlin, Dave
Zimmerman, Chris Eyer, Rachel Culp, Melanie Adams, Dick
Hummel, Bill Owen, Sfuarl Gruber, Carlene Benander,
On May 18, fhe biggesf evenf of fhe year was held af
fhe Norfh Side Gym. This was fhe Junior-Senior Prom.
The decorafions were in keeping wifh fhe fheme of SYM-
PHONY IN BLUE. The sfeering commiffee of Carol De-
Wees, George Scoff, Chrisfy Mufzl, Bob Shuperf, Larry
Fil-zsimmons, Mary Kanfz, Mary Hamlin, Dave Donovan,
Darrell Nifong, Judy Alm, Gary Everfs, Rev Rogers, Linda
Andreson, Phyllis Ward, Sally Herring, Linda Bails, Tom
Churchill, and fheir helpers, did a job worfh being proud
of and helped make fhe prom one of fhe mosf memorable
occasions of fhe year.
Before we knew if, fhe resf of fhe year had passed in a
flash of hurried acfivifies and we are able fo look back fo
our Junior year as a very special and happy parf of our
high school life.
Junior Class Officers L-R: T. Conway, boys' social chairman: D. Keller. freasurerg Mr. Campagnoli, sponsor: S. Teusher, secrefary: G.
Forlino, presidenf: Miss McKeehan, sponsor: J. McCombs, girls' social chairman: R. Huffman, vice president.
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Becker, K.: Beery. D.
Benander, C.: Trulli, T.: Berry, B.: Bickel,
D.: Bicknell, M.
Bigelow, M.: Billecke, S.: Blackwell, J.:
Blair, D.: Blah, F.
Bleiler, E.: Blosser. S.: Boomershine, E.:
Bowers, J.: Bornsman, E.
Bono, B.: Bradley, B.: Bradley. J.: Brooks
T.: Turner, H.
Pefer, A.: Baer, K.: Bails, L.: Baker, B.:
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Burton, J.: Buller, G.: Buller, M.: Bush- .
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Calahan, D.: Wunderlicll, R.: Campbell
J.: Yoder, K.: Campill, V.
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L.: Charlslon, H.
Zimmerman. D.: Chris-Hansen, B.: Chupp,
D.: Churchill, T.: Clark, N.
Colagrossl. C.: Collins. P.: Colvard, D.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
On September 4, Elkhart High School opened its doors
to our class of nearly tive hundred confused, excited
sophomores. We wandered around for several weeks, but
with some help from our teachers, counselors, and upper-
classmen, we eventually reached our destinations. We be-
gan to feel a part of the school as we could now attend
post-game dances, pep sessions, participate in the clubs
of our choice and in other school activities.
In November, we held our first class election, in which
we chose our class ofticers and class sponsors. We elected
the following people to be our class leaders: Phil Campag-
noli, president: Cathy Delbridge, vice president: Ann Cleve-
land, secretary: Judy Goldsberry, treasurer: Rhea Belinky.
girls' social chairman and Bill Raftree, boys' social chairman.
For our class sponsors, we chose Miss Amsbaugh and Mr.
Harding, aided by sophomore homeroom teachers.
During the second semester, we had speakers come to
talk to us about our plans concerning iobs and college. Our
counselors, Miss Deal and Mr. Kautfmann, helped us plan
our programs for the next year. We decorated the bulletin
boards in our homerooms with information pertaining to
iobs and colleges.
On Friday, May 10, many of us worked to sell conces-
sions at the Sectional Track Meet, at Rice Field. We all had
fun and helped build up our class treasury.
One of our biggest events of the year was our class
party. lt was held on Saturday, May 4, in the Elkhart High
School gym. We appointed the following committees: re-
freshments, Julie Yeknik and Harriet Lerner: tickets, Steve
Harrison: theme, Jack Cittadine: decorations, Betty Vance:
chaperones, Sue Stubbins and Ron Papa: clean-up, Gary
Mann: entertainment, Steve Emmert and Judy Wolf: pub-
licity, Bob Juhl. We all had a wonderful time and the
evening passed by much too soon.
Before we realized it, our tirst year at EHS was almost
over. lt has been an enioyable and educational year for all.
We are now looking 'forward to coming back next September
as iuniors, no longer as the frantic frustrated sophomores.
Sophomore Class Omcers L-R: P. Campagnoli. president: B. Rafttree, boys' social chairman: J. Goldsberry, treasurer: C. Delbridge,
vice president: Miss Amsbaugh, sponsor: Mr. Harding, sponsor: R. Belinky, Girls' social chairman: A. Cleveland, secretary.
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Cleveland, A.: Clipp, J.
Colvarcl, D.: Compron, W.: Conn, J.: Connor, S.:
Cormican, L.: Cornelius, N.
Corns, M.: Cox, S.: Craig, M.: Crain, P.: Crombic,
L.: Crouf, J.
Cunningham, R.: Cunningham, 'S.: Czoch. M.:
Dalrymple, B.: Dalrymple, K.: Donner, W.
Davidson, W.: Davis, M.: Davy, R.: Deal, B.:
Decker, D.: Decker, R.
Delbridge, C.: Delkegno, J.: Demas, J.: Demas, J.:
Depufy, T.: Derbin, S.
Deuel, T.: DeVore, K.: Dibberf, F.: Diclrerhoof, D.
Dowell, B.: Drake, J.
Drexler, R.: Dunirlman, S.: Edwards, J.: Eger, J
Elli, J.: Ellis, J. '
Ellison, F.: Ellison, G.: Emmerf, S.: Evans, T
Everfs, T.: Fairfield, L.
Feddersen, A.: Feldman, D.: Fenimore, B.: FeH'ers,
K.: Filce, M. Fischer, D.
Fisher, J.: Fisner, R.: Flauding, B.: Flora, B.: Flynn,
M.: Flynn, S.
Fodroczi, N.: Foley, D.: Fonner, D.: Forbregd, D.:
Forry, J.: Forry, M.
Fosier, D.: Fosfer, J.: Francisco, T.: Franlr, N.:
Freed, N.: Freed, T.
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Friesner, B.: Froeiich, M.: Frye, D.: Fulford, D.
Fulwider, M.: Galloway, M.
Gardner, M.: Geeris, P.: Geiger, S.: Ginnel, P.
Golden, E.: Goldsberry, J.
Graff, D.: Granl, T.: Grailien, M.: Green, T.
Greenleaf, C.: Grieb, J.
Griffin, J.: Grillo, B.: Grissom, J.: Gross, P.
Grove, M.: Guslafson, E.
Haines, M.: Haines, M.: Hansborouglr, H.: Hap-
ner, M.: Happer, P.: Harrison, S.
Harirenlf, J.: Harhler, L.: Hayden, J.: Hayden, K.
Hayden, L.: Headley, J.
Heier, B.: Heiliger, R.: Hellrick, J.: Hempel, J.
Hendrickson, A.: Hipskind, L.
Hogenclobler, P.: Huffman, R.: Holycross, I.: Holy-
cress, J.: Hooley, D.: Hooley, S.
Hobson, H.: Hosler, T.: Hosfdler, B.: Hoslefler
B.: Hulbert D.: Hulbert L.
Hunsberger, J.: Hurd, J.: Husrer, J.: lnbody, J.
lrming, C.: Jackson, T.
James, D.: Jay, P.: Jenkins, D.: Jenks, C.: Johnson
B.: Johnson, J.
Jolnnson, J.: Johnson, T.: Jones. E.: Jones, M.
Juday, R.: Juhl, B.
Kambs, J.: Kash, S.: Keller, R.: Kelly, T.: Kelsey
M.: Kennedy, P.
Kensill, S.: Keni, R.: Kenf, R.: Keogan, J.: Kiefer
D.: Kilbase, B.
Kinceide, J.: King, B.: Kirlzendahl, F.: Kling, G.
Kramer, C.: Krolm, L.
Krumpelz, K.: Kryder, C.: Lembdin, P.: Lambdin.
S.: Lambdin, S.: Landon, C.
Lahlce, H.: Lauer, M.: Law, P.: Learoy, D.: Leh
man, G.: Leisf, J.
Lemmon, P.: Lemmon, R.: Lerch, J.: Lerner, H.
Levinsky, H.:,Lewis, R.
Lilxins. J.: Linder, H.: Liilxe, P.: Loney, W.: Long-
acre. D.: Lofi, l.
Loucis, B.: Lovelady, P.: Luclrey, P.: Lucchese, T.
Lufes, J.: Luh. V.
Lynch, F.: Magnuson, B.: Malmburg, R.: Mann, G.
Mann, J.: Mapes, J.
Marker, D.: Markle, T.: Marlin, B.: Marlin, D.
Marlin, P.: Mahhews, D.
Maurer, R.: Maurer, S.: Maxwell, B.: McLane, J.:
McCreary, D.: McFalI, S.
Mclnfire. M.: McLain. C.: McNeely, D.: Mercer,
K.: Merrill, J.: Middaugh. B.
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Middlefon. C.: Miler. D.: Miller. D.: Miller, G.:
Miller, G.: Miller, J.
Miller, K.: Miller, M.: Miller, R.: Miller, V.: Mifls-
paugh, L: Milsfeed, P.
Minser, S.: Miichell, V.: Moenich, R.: Manger. E.:
Morgan. W.: Mooris, C.
Morse, S.: Morse, V.: Murray. P.: Neel, P.: Nsece,
C.: Neece, P.
Neff, M.: Neff, P.: Nelson, P.: Newman. B.: New-
man, K.: Nicholls. J.
Niclrler, L.: Niece, P.: Nolan, C.: Nye. S.: Osfrom,
C.: Overdyk, W.
Overholser, L.: Page, B.: Papa, R.: Parmaier, S.:
Parsley, J.: Parsley. K.
Pearson, J.: Pedler, D.: Perry, G.: Feferson, J.:
Peferson, M.: Zollinger, J.
Pfeiffer, J.: Pfisier, D.: Phillips, J.: Phoebus, L.:
PiHs, D.: Podawilfz, L.
Pollom, J.: Poffer. M.: Price, J.: Price, R.: Quar-
andillo, B.: Quarandillo. J.
Rafiree, W.: Ramsey, R.: Ravenscfoff, C.: Redd,
J.: Reeder, A.: Reims, S.
Rezufko, S.: Rice, W.: Richmond. K.: Roberis, J.:
Rodino, L.: Roose, W.
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Rose, M.: Ross, N.: Roy, M.: Ruhling, M.: Rum-
mel, C.: Runlrle, F.
Ruple, P.: Sager, K.: Sampson, S.: Sands, W.:
Schmidf, L.: Shulh, T.
Schusrer, J.: Schusfer, L.: Schweiger, L.: Shanholi
J.: Shank, P.: Shock. L.
Shelton, D.: Shoemaker, E.: Sheri, S.: Shreiner, P.
Sigsbee, T.: Simonson, J.
Simpson, R.: Sims, R.: Singery. W.: Singlelon, J.
Sinon, W.: Slebaugll, J.
Slayion, M.: Slemmons, K.: Sloai, E.: Smead, T.
Smii, H.: Smiih, B.
Smilh, D.: Smiih, L.: Smifh. T.: Snyder, T.: Soli
M.: Spearon, S.
Sranlsy, B.: Sfaub, K.: Sieinke, T.: Srenberg, D.
Sfewari, J.: Sfone, D.
Shinger, D.: Sirulzel, B.: Slrukel, C.: Sfrulrel, G.
Siubbins, S.: Reid, M.
Subsranley, D.: Swarm, C.: Swifr, D.: Swoape, S.
Taylor, J.: Taylor, K.
Tenison, J.: Thompson, J.: Thorne, V.: Thorpe, C.
Trigg- R.: Tromer, J.
Troyer, R.: Tulley, L.: Turnock, D.: Turnock, P.
Twa, K.: Twyford, M.
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Upshaw, L.: Vance, B.: VanDerKarr, R.: Van
Heldorf, H.: VanPaMen, N.: Wallace, M.
Wals+on. J.: Ward, L.: Warfel, T.: Warsiler. S.
Watkins, C.: Wahon. C.
Wear, S.: Weaiherion, J.: Weaver, B.: Weaver
J.: Weimar, L.: Welch, R.
Wenger. J.: Wenger. S.: Wenner, S.: Wesilake,
T.: Whaley, R.: Whifcomb, L.
Whifehead, R.: Whifmer, J.: Whybrew, S.: Wien-
hof+. M.: Wiggins, M.: Wiley. M.
Williams. L: Williams, M.: Wills, B.: Wilsey, R.:
Wilson, J.: Wifman. R.
Wolf, J.: Wood, J.: Woodruff, C.: Wordalman.
W.: Work, A.: Wright A.
Wrighi, J.: Wright J.: Wysong, J.: Yeager, J.:
Yeakey, A.: Yelznik, J.
Yoder, G.: Yoder, K.: Young, D.: Young. F.:
Young, L.: Zink, D.
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for our advertisers-and for us
As siudenis. we are aware of 'I'I1e
communiiy in many ways. We iake
par? in civic affairs: men and women
from fhe communify are aciive in our
Elkharfs warm inieresi' in us is
shown in 'their suppori of our games.
conceris. plays. publicaiions.
Pacemaker Trailer Co.---
Adams and Wesflake Company--
Anderson Cusfom Welding .......
Ari-ley Manufacfuring Company--
Berman Sporfing Goods ----------
Bill's Lumber and Supply Company---
Bob Wilson's Supermarkei' --------
Borneman's Hardware -----.------
Buddy Mobile Homes ..--.---------
Buescher Band Insirumenf Company---
Burrell Lumber and Supply ---..--
Calverf Coal and Oil ---,-,,-,---
Chicago Telephone Supply Corp.--
Clnderella Shop ----- - ----------, - -
Conn Reiail Sfore ---------- , ----
Confinenfal Can Company --------
Cusiom Boo+h Manufaciuring Company ---- ----
Dave s Drive Inn ------,,--------,-,,
Days Transfer ------------------,-
DoMore Chair Co. lnc. ------
Amusemen+ Company -----
Auio Dealers Associaiion ----
Bedding Company ------
Elkhari Brass Mfg. Co. lnc. ----
Elkharl' Bridge and Iron --.-- -
Elkharf Business Universi+y ----------
Elkhari' Clearing House Associa+ion---
Gravel Corporafion .-.----
Elkharf lce Cream Company ----
Elkharf Lumber and Sawmill ----
Elkharr Milk Council --.-----
Elkharl' Packing Company -----
Elkharl' Pafiern Works ------------
Elkhari' Phofographers Associaiion -----
Elkharf Trufh ----------------------,
Elkhari Welding and Boiler Works, lnc.
El Paco ---------------------------
Emeco, lnc. ---------------------
Ernest Holdeman and Collei, lnc. ----
Excel Corp, lnc. ------
Federal Press ---.-.--
Ferndelle Food Shoppe .---
Finnell Sysfem, lnc.---
Gas Company -------
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Mfg. Company ----
High Dive Pool ------
Hofel Elkhar+ ------------
J 8: S Fac+ory Ou+le+ ----.
Judd's Drug S'l'ores -----
Keene s ------------.
Kegerreis Supply lnc.--
Kennairack Corp.- -- -
Kiefer 8: Son, lnc.---
Ligge'H Supply and Equipmeni' Co
Marlin Band lnsfrumenf Company-
Mahke's Floral .-.--------------
Maury's Aufo Sales -----
Me'l'al Forming -----------
Miles Laborai-ories, lnc. -----
Moore's Cleaners --.------
Mo+or Supply -..---.---
Myers Men's Wear -----
New Mefhod Cleaners ----
Norfhern Indiana Brass ----
Nickles Bakery --------.
Perry's 5 8: 109 S+ores ----
Prairie Schooner, lnc.---
Rapp Company --------
Rible+ Producis, lnc. ------
Richardson Homes Corp. ----
Rollie Williams Painf Spol' ----
Russell +l1e Coalman ------
Schull- Trailer -------------.---
Sears, Roebuck and Company ----
Selmer Band Insfrumeni -------
Service Press .-----------
Shreiner Parmafer -----
Schulfz Agency -----
Skyline Coach .-----
Sorg's Jewelers ---------
Souih Side Cleaners ----
Sfar Machine ----.---
Sfyle Shop ---.---.--
Superior Hone Corp.---
Thompson Screw -----
Tip Top Drive lnn ----
Tom Toy Siudio ..-.-
W. W. WiH', lnc. -----
Woody and lrma's .------------
Wray's lce Cream .----------.--
Yoder Ready Mix Concreie Company
Zlesels ----.---. .. .,-- . .--..---
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THEELASS UE '57
PRAIRIE SEHUUNER, INII.
MAIN UEEIEE ANU PLANT 1503 WEST RRISTUL STREET
PARTS ANTI ACCESSORIES RIVISIIJN 1323 PRINEETIJN BLVD
one of Me Auf . . . me of me Anealf
Wzshes Z0 the
Class of 1957
RNE51 Howe MAN a. CQLLET' "N
Congratulalzbns to the Class of FMyfSever1
1007 W. FRANKLIN
WARS-AW HI-WAY 33 WEST
102 E, CENTER GOSHEN SHOPPING
OVER 53 YEARS SERVING ELKHART AND 25 MILE AREA
Home Appliances 0 Television o Glass o Wheel Goods
Toys 0 Home lmprovemenfs 0 Tires 0 BaH'eries 0 Hardware
A X W0 maflfer Aow you
-.3 figure . . . omiom
:fi fa poinlf me way fo
fif -i3 f1f P l
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' Ha sizes Fon JUNlORS...5fo15 4 35 ae, S
Sgt' STEPHENSUN S
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET
IS A WONDERFUL PLACE T0 LIVE
No matter how new.
No matter how old.
The best safety device
in time car is you.
Drive like lightning.
Crash Liice thunder.
Keep it up and you
won't Live much Longer.
Use good judgment.
Start easy, be a good driver.
Be courteous at all times,
which Largely saves accidents.
Look out for children.
Never exceed speed Limits.
Stop at aLL stop signs.
Be a friendly driver.
Never get mad.
Just keep smiling.
It costs nothing to be polite.
But it pays dividends.
AM. lbw. swlmmlua
li relies plenty nl nnnrisliing lend
ln raise e Seninr
Mrs. Donald Bowers and Lynn, EHS Senior Cheerleader.
And wise is the ninther who slinps at Wills
where there is always "Mere for All-fer Less
Q luv ,V 5 W
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7 SUPER .meewff . fi i
x . i.l..:wuL'i Ns -:..5s-ig
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Serving Wu ls Our Plouuri
Congmtulatzbns I0 Ike Senzbrs of 5 7
Make Keene your headq f
your clo h g d f d -
now d h y
For Quality at th R ght P
udge Taylor shops at Keene's, nahzh.
Stop - Shop - Save
A NAME YOU LL WANT T0 REMEMBER'
GREATEST PAINT SENSATION
IN 5 0 Y EA R S!
Easy to use-with brush or roller.
One coat covers-dries quickly.
Use on any surface-won t chip.
Odorless type-paint anytime
Rich xelvety washable finish.
Wide range of colors.
224 SO. MAIN STREET ELKHART
I ' ,
0 Economical-costs less per job.
COMPLETE RUNNING GEAR FOR THE TRAILER COACH INDUSTRY -
assembled, precision adjusted and lubricated ready for installation.
LIGGETT SUPPLY Gu. EQUIPMENT CO.
2030 SO. MAIN ST. ELKHART, INDIANA
fo me CVM of 195 7
THE EUPPEE BURNER
Class of '5 7
YODER READY MIXED CONCRETE
AND ASPHALT CO., INC.
modern pgmf jaciffied
Mean to the FUTURE HQME MAKER
Richardsons large. modern plani' facili'l'ies assure a beH'er buili' mobile
home. One fhai is backed by a company wiih years of experience and
produced in a plani' 'lhal' is one of 'lhe largesi' in lhe indusfry. From ifs
modesi' beginning eleven years ago, Richardson has kepf pace wilh fhe
- growing communify. Today, Richardson covers an eniire 'ihirieen acres and
includes such modern feafures as an experimenfal and research depari-
men? where homes of 'lomorrow will be developed for fuiure homemalxers.
I I g 1
C K N
when Yfoa Kay
Calvert Coal and Ui!
you 6110, the 6eAt
CALVERT CCAL AND CIL COMPANY
c0Mgl'dfllldfi0h.6 and Kat 1lliAlaeA
td the C7444 of S7
SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS
LARGE OR SMALL SUPERIOR MAKES THEM ALL'
MD-1 MANDREL DRIVER
MODEL "AL" HONING MACHINE
MODEL "HM" HONEMASTER
Improved Confrol 0 Greafer Accuracy
MODEL "ICP" BENCH-TYPE
SUPERIOR IIDNE CDBPDRBTI
1605 ELRENO STREET
MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
MEDICAL ASSISTANTIX-RAY TECHNICIAN
THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT TOMORROW
These happy B. U. students can afford to be optimistic
about their future. Wouldn't you if you had all this?
FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT service wherever you go-whenever
you need it.
REGISTRATION and CERTIFICATION by leading professional
DIPLOMA PRESTIGE and employer recognition anywhere in the
SPECIALIZATION with its benefits of job security and consistently
UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITIES in rapidly expanding fields where
there is already a critical shortage of trained personnel.
PERSONAL SATISFACTION that comes from doing work that
contributes to the health and happiness of your fellow beings.
SUPERIOR TRAINING that equips you to equal and surpass job
LIFETIME REFRESHER and counseling serviceg you can return to
E. U. free of charge to brush up and keep abreast of the latest
techniques and developments in your fields. Vocational and problem
OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL TECHNIQUE
NOW CELEBRATING OUR 75TH ANNIVERSARY
ongrafufafionfi an Mai MAA ea
CEM of 1957
Over 25 Famous Name Brands!
S H O E S
FOR MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN
At Savings up to SOM
rAc ronv ourllar
TOMORROW'S HOMEMAKERS ARE LEARNING
GA sPe'ME'II5Io K s
BETTER . . . FASTER . . . COSTS lESS
NORTHERN lN'DIANA PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
CLASS OF '57
M Y E R S
THOMPSON SCREW PRODUCTS INC.
EA! W5 ea Kar Me CALM 0 57
DICK GARRITSON. GREG HOLTZ,
SHIRLEY MINELLI MIKE PLANK.
K - k
. jr 2-i
WINK CROXALL. ANN FOLTZ,
Boys' Soc. Chm. Girls' Soc. Chm.
T U Y, umczdlfer iQA0f0gralo er
q f. I V Be Smart ana' Tlrrwy Too
Sulimgjj xl.. I Always Shop Czrralerella
W TP For The Newest Fashions
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4 l l s Your Clothes Dollar
Buys More AI
. Home of the Famous
SWEATER CLUB g"n f
1 ' v iv vw s
Plan Now to fozrr zrr fab! .7339
o 80 Years of Hardware
Peggy Johnsfon, Ed Borneman
f r o m
H 81A ,5PlIIlPl' Inf.
d emenf was prepared for Selmer by Sharon Feffer of Pe nnan 'r Annual Adverh
Moy you have happy motoring
through lzfe. . ,
Elkhart Auto Dealers Association
Rena Levinsky, Sonia Bradley, Fudge Taylor, and Larry Kiefer.
BALL SERVICE, INC. ROY CULVER MOTORS, INC.
VERNON M. BALL, INC. ENYART-BATTJES CHEVROLET, INC.
BERGERON MOTOR CO., INC. WECKEL-KRAL LINCOLN-MERCURY CO.
CHATTEN MOTOR SALES, INC. LOCHMANDY BUICK SALES, INC.
HIGGINS PONTIAC CO.
IT DOESNT COST IT PAYS TO PAINT
sooo w FRANKLIN ACRES OF FREE PARKING
CONN ORGANS are "Firsl' Choice" ln Tone, Per-
formance and Slyling, in any selling whelher ll be
The home, church, audilorium or school.
CONN BAND AND ORCHESTRA insfrumenls are
+he "Choice of The Ar+is+s", developed by lhe only
full-Hme research laboralories in lhe band inslrumeml
' -IIHUIISE DUNN, and YUU CHUUSE WISELY-
C. G. CONN LTD.
sv RETAIL STORE
1201 E. Beardsley Ave.
TRIUMPH IN TQNE
Comlvlimenls of the
ElHmrt'5 Most Complete Fcz5l1z'0r1
Cenler for Women
Congralulczlzbns G Best Wkhes I0 the
195 7 Gmcfuczlzkzg Class
EHS TYPING CLASSES USE DOMORE CHAIRS
DCDMORE CHAIR CO., INC
,4 lad fo
QOOJ xy 061,64
Kyle Eafon, EHS Basketball Player.
ELKHART AMUSEMENT CORPORATION
Une of the Few Theatres Equipped with Extra Wide Screen
Completely Equipped to Bring You True
Cinemascope and High Fidelity and
Stereophonic Sound R.C.A. High Fidelity Magnetic Sound
THE FINEST THEATRES IN NORTHERN INDIANA
SHOWING THE BEST IN MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT
ray? PINE ICE CREAMS
Joyce Monieith, George McNeal, Paul Oakes, Martha Maloney.
No Better Food No Greater Treat
Service Eress Qornoration
Fine Commercial Printing Since 1927
LETTERPRESS 81 IIFFSET
1005 North Nappanee Street Phone 3-0800
On the 112 By-Pass
Made Exclusively from
EIKHART COUNTY'S FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS
14oo PRINCETON STREET Q ELKHART, INDIANA
ELKHARTS SCHOOL SYSTEM FOR
E RMAN S
123 souru MAIN STREET
Md, Eby, EHS b,STe+EaTT player. SSS BEN SWE ANDY Co-HEN
Pudge Taylor, Evan Mollenkopf, Kirk Miller, Larry Searls, EHS seniors, eaiing fhose Ysllowcreek hofdogs.
and best wishes for your continued success and happiness!
just a moment before you go . . . Remember the hard-fought
basketball games in the new gym . . . and those mighty good
hot dogs that you consumed? They were made with Yellow
Creek Wieners-the finest that money can buy.
If in the future you want to he assured of eating enjoyment
just specify "Yellow Creek". You'll get the best in meat-
' IsI.IcI-IAIIr PACKING coup. . IsI.IcI-IAIIT, INDIANA
to the C7444 of 5 7
Jane! Newcomer, Ann Folh, Pai Heiden, EHS seniors.
COMMERCIAL IOOTHS AND FURNITURE
B T ps and Sfools Home Kikhen Furnifure
C mercial Furniiure Formica Tables
I d + ial Furniiure Plasiic Leafherefle
LAMPS 0 WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE AND NOVELTIES
NORTHERN INDIANACT LARGEST SELECTION OF DINETTT' FURNITURE
CUSTOM BOOTH MANUFACTURING CORP.
2027 So. Main ELKHART, INDIANA Phone 2-3299
C0f1graIuIczlz'0n5 I0 the Clam of 195 7
WHITE CHARLES WALLEY
WESTBRCJGK WM. STEMM
Biltmore Studio Herring Studio
R. S. Sutula Studio Tom Toy Studio
ELKHART PHOTGGRAPHERS ASSOCIATICDN
One of lncIiana's Largest
C H I N A
C R Y STA I.
S I LV E R
D , we
Ju'-'Y Fe"':h:r:',5i::"',,3,::t::-.EHSi,3f1?'0'S jig-af gongrafufafiona ana!
Ea! llfuakea fo Me
Cfadd 0 5 7
SEARS, ROEBUCK, AND C0.
216 S. MAIN I EI.KIIAR'I' INDIANA
With Education you can
reach the TOP
with hard work you
can climb the heights
with the right attitude you
build the proper A S i Q
A - iiii iff .
framework i ,Q t
oi lite 05 5
u I D
i i- 1 ?"r ' viva? 4 at E uno?
CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF 1957
BOCKS BRAK-l.OK'D TOPS
ELKHART WELDING 61 BOILER WORKS, INC
EIINEHATULATIUNS Tll THE CLASS IIE '57
TAKING STEPS TU BETTER EHIQIIIMINE
Jim Barileff, Sonia Bradley, Shirley Merchanf, EHS seniors.
NEW METHOD CLEANERS
A N D E R S 0 N
CRANE SERVICE and FXCAVATING
Sfffl EREITORS - MACHINERY MOVl-'RS
917 FREMONT ST ELKHART IND
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uAnyway You Look at It"
...thru the Eyes of Youth or Adult
ff , ie is a Good Place
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The Shopping Center for Northern
Indian? and Southern Michigan
K . or Over 52 Years.
Bakers nf Iluality Products
BREAD-ROLLS-CAKES-COOKIES AND BUNS
AVAILABLE AT YOUR LOCAL GROCERS
YOUR DOOR TO DOOR NICKLES SALESMAN
ADDRESS-600 HARRISON PHONE-22804
SKYLINE FOR 1957
Enjoy more worthwhile features than ever
in the fahulous new Skyline
All1el'iCG'S Besl' Buy!
SKYLINE COACH CO., INC.
BY PASS 112 0 ELKHART. INDIANA
?' 'Y Y ' W
CON6RAl'UlAl'l0N.S' T0 THE CIASS 0I-' '57
Maury Z Auto Sala, Jnc.
MDSIESI' I-'OR YOUR 010 CAR O GUARANTEED USED CARS
DIAL 32899 DIAL 29665
Congrafufafiond, Cfadri of N57
324 SO. MAIN ST.
E lkharfs largest store for men
Home of. ..
HART, SCHAFFNER 25 MARX CLOTHES.
ARROW SHIRTS, DOBBS HATS, BOSTONIAN SHOES.
f INTERWOVEN SOCKS, MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR.
Jon Howard and Salesman. HICKOK BELTS, WEMBLEY TIE ,
DONEGAL SPORT SHIRTS 0 AFTER-SIX TUXEDOS
Roeann Aydelotte, of drake's sportswear department showing Norma Moon
and Sally Haines, EHS seniors some of their favorite skirts . . . from their
Visit drake's sportswear department
Separates from drake's are mixable . . . matchable . . . magnificent!
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Few musicians of any generation earn the
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503 S. Main
125 E. Franklin
Adams Typewriter Agency
131 N. Main
Ambrose Shoe Repair
109 E. Franklin
A 25 R Television Specialists
760 E. Beardsley Y5 100 S. Main
214 S. Main
111 W. Marion
Auspro Mfg. Co.
1310 W. Bristol
Barger Box '55 Printing Corp.
802 W. Beardsley
Bel1's Drug Store
952 E. Jackson
Bender's Neon Products Co.
Supply 25 Repair
Johnson Presses 'EG Road Building
401 E. Jackson
City Roof 'ZS Coal Co.
115 E. Jackson
Concord Machine Shop
3290 S. Main
Concrete Step Co.
1116 N. Nappanee
1500 W. Bristol
513 S. Main
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Davidson's Metal Co.
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515 M S. Main
Dr. L. D. Jackson
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Dygert's Trim Z5 Body
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Ed's Appliance Store
522 S. Main
Elkhart Camera Center
513 S. Main
Elkhart Cleaners Inc.
201 N. Main
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Elkhart Drapery Shop
1035 S. Main
Elkhart Products Corp.
Emmert Trailer Corp.
Favorite Barber Shop
112 E. Franklin
Fisher's Swiss Kitchen
130 W. Franklin
Fred V. Gentsch
1500 W. Bristol
Handy Food Shop
1005 W. Franklin
Harold's Mobile Service
Third '55 Lexington
Hermie's Dixie Restaurant
600 S. Main
225 S. Main
Isbell Lumber 'id Coal Co.
1410 S. Tenth
Jack's Record Shop
127 S. Main
James A. Bell Co.
113 S. Main
Joe the Tailor
Juhl Advertising Agency
Harrison T5 Second
Kiddies Klothes Shop
126 W. Franklin
Klem Supply Inc.
129 N. Second
Knox Auto Electric
lll E. Lexington
K 26 W Electric Sales YS Service
124 W. Franklin
116 E. Jackson
Lexington Book Store
113 E. Lexington
Main Lumber and Plywood
816 S. Main
Martin Feed Store
116 W. Jackson
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Miller-Jones Shoe Store
203 S. Main
Mitchell Shell Service
1229 W. Franklin
425 S. Second
Personett Sales 8 Service
Rader Heating 25 Sheet Metal
Rentsch '55 Son
365 S. Elkhart
514 S. Main
3442 S. Main
SchilT's Big Shoe Store
Shoes for the Family
Scott's Drug Store
531 S. Main
Simonton Lake Drugs Troyer Cleaners
4318 Cassopolis 1130 S. Main
Singer Sewing Machine Co. Walker's Jewelers
417 S. Main 406 S. Main
Stanton's Dress Shop Welter Coal Co.
304 S. Main 601 E. Beardsley
Stationers Westview Floral Co.
223 S. Main 1717 Cassopolis
Steele's Jewelers W. F. Lilly 55 Company
326 S. Main Wholesalers
Stock's Dress Shop W. H. Dreves Inc.
507 S. Main 216 S. Second
Sunthimer's Hardware W. J. Niblock Machinery Co.
220 S. Main 1002 Johnson
Superior Tool '55 Die White Manufacturing Co.
2325 S. Nappanee 1227 W .Beardsley
Syke's Jewelers Y '55 S Floor Covering
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+o +hanlc fhe following:
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BLEILER, S.-p. 117: Orchestra p. 74.
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BONTRAGER. D.-p. 117: Track p. 100: Cross Country p. 98: Hi-Y.
President: Vis Ed., Treasurer: Student Council p. 44.
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BOWERS, L.-p. 117: Varsity Cheerleader p. 83: Cheerblock p. 92:
National Honor Society p. 45: Y-teens, Program chairman p. 61.
BOWMAN, D.-p. 117: Industrial Club, Secretary p. 58.
BOYD, D.-p. 117.
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p. 45: Future Teachers Club p. 55: Spanish Club, Secretary p. 51:
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aozzo, J.-p. 111.
BRADLEY, S.-p. 117: Pennant Annual p. 66: Distributive Ed., President
p. 56: Student Council p. 44: Bowling.
BRANE. B.-p. 117: Cheerblock p. 92: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74:
National Honor Society p. 45: Girls' League Advisory Council
BRANDENBURG, A.-p. 117.
BRIGGS. B.-p. 117: Football p. 89.
sRowN, c.-p. 118: GAA P. 105.
BRUMBAUGH, L.-p. 118.
BRYANT. E.-p. 118.
BURDEN. S.-p. 118: Cross Country p. 98: National Honor Society.
President p. 45.
CADY. 1.-P. 11s.
CAMPOLI, A.-p. 118: Football p. 89: Track p. 100: Varsity Club,
Vice President p. 104.
CATALDO, s.-p. 11a.
CHAFFEE, R.-p. 118. Choir p. 79: Florence Nightingale Lamp Club
CHRISTNER, N.-p. 118: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74: Future Teachers
Club p. 55: Choerblock p. 92.
CLEM, J.-p. 118.
CLINDANIEL, L.-p. 118: Junior Academy ot Science. President p. 59:
National Honor Society p. 45.
COCANOWER, D.-p. 118: Junior Acad. of Science, President p. 59:
National Honor Society p. 45.
COFFIN. J.-p. 118: Paint and Palette p. 52.
COLEMAN. A.-p. 118: Choir p. 79.
COMPANION. M.-p. 118.
CONELY, S.-p. 118.
CORDEN. M.-p. 118: Paint and Palette, Vice President p. 52: Y-Teens
cours, P.-P. 118.
cox, c.-P. ua.
cause, w.-P. 118.
CROXALL. W.-p. 119: Varsity Club p. 104: Basketball Manager p. 97:
Boys' Social Chairman of Senior Class p. 115.
CULLEN. W.-p. 119: Pennant Annual p. 66: Senior Class Play p. 11.
CULP, N.-p. 119.
CUMMINS, J.-p. 119: Choir p. 76: Paint and Palette, President p. 52:
Y-Teens. Secretary p. 61: Cheerblock p. 92.
CURRY, T.-p. 119.
DARLING, B.-p. 119: Orchestra, President p. 74: Pennant Annual p.
66: Future Teachers Club p. 55: Y-Teens p. 61: National Honor
Society p. 45.
DAUGHERTY. G.-p. 119: Football p. 89: Varsity Club p. 104.
DeGeyter, M.-p. 119: Baseball p. 101: Industrial Club p. 58.
DeGROOTE. P.-p. 119: National Forensic League, Vice-President p.
' 63: National Honor Society p. 45: Girls' League Advisory Council
p. 47: Paint and Palette p. 52.
DELP. J.-p. 119.
DEMAS, M.-p. 119: Cheerblock p. 92.
DENMAN, D.-p. 119: Cross Country p. 98: Track p. 100: Varsity Club
DEUEL, M.-p. 119: Choir p. 79: Y-Teens p. 61: Distributive Ed..
Social Chairman p. 56.
DIDER, M.-p. 119: Track p. 100: Cross Country p. 98: Varsity Club
DIEHL, N.-p. 119: Assistant Editor ot Pennant Annual p. 66: Y-Teens
p. 61. Hi-Fi.
DIMAN, J.-p. 119: Pennant Annual p. 66: Choir p. 76: Girls' League
Advisory Council p. 47: National Honor Society p. 45: Thespians
DOLPH. M.-p. 119.
DONNELL. J.-p. 119.
Donovan. M.-p. 119:Tl1espians p. 62: National Forensic League p. 63:
Student Council p. 44.
DUBBERT, R.-p. 119.
DUBBERT. J.-p. 120.
DULL, R.-p. 120: Boys' League Advisory Council p. 46.
EARL, D.-p. 120.
EATON, K.-p. 120: Baseball p. 101: Varsity Club p. 104.
EATON, K.-p. 120: Cross Country p. 98: Track p. 100: Baseball p. 97:
Varsity Club p. 104.
EBY. K.-p. 120: Hi-Fi.
EBY, M.-p. 120: Cross Country p. 98: Basketball p. 97: Varsity Club
ELDER, J.-p. 120: Choir p. 76: Future Teachers Club p. 55.
ELLER, S.-p. 120: GAA p. 105: Thespians p. 62: Cheerbloclr p. 92:
Senior Class Play p. 71.
ELMORE, J.-p. 120: Pennant Annual p. 66: Distributive Ed., Vice-
President p. 56: Choir p. 76.
EMBRY, W.-p. 120: Cheerblock p. 92: Y-Teens p. 61.
EVANS, R.-p. 120: Cheerblock p. 92: Y-Teens p. 61.
FAGER, R.-p. 120.
FETTER, J.-p. 120: Distributive Ed. p. 56: Student Council p. 44.
FETTER, S.-p. 120: Pennant Annual p. 66: Spanish Club p. 51.
FILE, T.-p. 120: Orchestra, Librarian p. 74: National Forensic League
FLORA, L.-p. 120: Thespians, Secretary p. 62.
FOLTZ A.-p. 120: Band, Drum Maior p. 72: Cheerbloclz p. 92: Y-Teens
p. 61: Girls' Social Chairman ot Senior
FOUST, S.-p. 120: Choir p. 79: Y-Teens p.
Vice-President p. 55: Triple-L p. 48.
FOWLER. J.-p. 120.
FRANKENBERGER. J.-p. 121.
FREDERICK, L.-p. 121: Pennant Annual p.
FRIEDAUER, I.-p. I21:Thespians p. 62.
FRISBY, s.-p. 121.
Class p. 115.
61: Future Teachers Club,
FRUCHEY, F.-p. 121: Distributive Ed. p. 56.
FUNK, w.-P. 121.
GALLOWAY, J.-p. 121: Distributive Ed., p. 56.
GANGER. M.-p. 121.
GARRITSON, R.-p. 121: President ot Senior Class p. 115: Football
p. 89: Track p. 100: National Honor Society p. 451 National
Forensic League p. 63: Varsity Club p. 104: Student Council p. 44.
GASPELIN. W.-p. 121 .
GEERTS, L.-p. 121: Pennant Annual p. 66.
GILBERT, J.--p. 121: Choir p. 79: Pennant Annual p. 66: Y-Teens p. 61.
GILDEA, J.-p. 121: Cross Country p. 98: Track p. 100: Boys' League.
President p. 46: Varsity Club p. 104: National Honor Society p. 45:
Student Council p. 44: Choir p. 76.
GILLESPIE, P.-p. 121: Thespians p. 62: Choir p. 79.
GLICK, L.-p. 121: Band p. 72.
GOLDEN, D.-p. 121.
GOLDSBERRY, A.-p. 121: Co-Editor ot Pennant Annual p. 66: Student
Council p. 44: Cheerbloclx p. 92: National Honor Society p. 45.
GRAY. B.-p. 121.
GREENAWALT, S.-p. 121: Choir p. 79: Cheerblock p. 92.
GREGORY, M.-p. 121: Future Homemakers p. 54.
GRIEB, J.-p. 122: Industrial Club p. 58.
GRILLO, P.-p. 122: Choir p. 76: Speech Club: Hi-Fi Club.
GROSSMAN. C.-p. 122: National Forensic League p. 63.
GUSTIN, R.-p. 122: Florence Nightingale Lamp Club p. 49.
HAINES, S.-p. 122: Choir p. 76: National Honor Society, Vice Presi-
dent p. 45: Cheerblock p. 92: Y-Teens p. 61: Hi-Fi Club.
HAMILTON. D.-p. 122: Pennant Annual, Assistant Business Manager
p. 66: Junior Acad. ot Science p. 59: Physics Club.
HARDY, D.-P. 122.
HARGROVE. B.-p. 122.
HASSE. R.-p. 122: Pennant Annual p. 66: National Honor Society p.
45: Future Teachers Club p. 55.
HASTINGS, E.-p. 122: Choir p. 76: Chaerblock p. 92: National
Honor Society p. 45.
HAWKINS, V.-p. 122: Triple-L, Secretary, p. 48: Florence Nightingale
Lamp Club p. 49.
HAYES, 11.-P. 122.
HAYES, L.-p. 122: Band, President p. 72: Orchestra p. 74: Co-editor
of Pennant Annual p. 66: Vis. Ed, President p. 57: National Honor
Society p. 45: Thespians p. 62: Boys' League Advisory Council
p. 46: Senior Class Play p. 71.
HEIDEN, P.-p. 122: Cheerblock p. 92.
1-1e1N1z, c.-P. 122.
HESS, D.-p. 122: Choir p. 76.
HINIES, C.-p. 122: Football p. 89: Varsity Club p. 104.
HOGENDOBLER, N.-p. 122: Student Library Club, President.
HOLT, H.-p. 122: Pennant Weekly p. 69.
HOLTZ, G.-p. 122: Football p. 89: Sports Editor ot Pennant Annual
p. 66: Varisty Club p. 104: National Forensic League p. 63: Vice
President ot Senior Class p. 115.
HOOLEY, J.-p. 123: Student Council p. 44: National Honor Society,
Secretary p. 45: Choir p. 76: Thespians p. 62.
HOOLEY, P.-p. 123.
HORN, J.-p. 123: Cheerbloct p. 92.
HOUSTON, N.-p. 123.
HOWARD, J.-p. 123: Football p. so.
HUDKINS, K.-p. 123: Tennis p. 99: Baslretball p. 97: Baseball p. 101:
Varsity Club p. 104: National Honor Society p. 45.
HUETTER, A.-p. 123.
HUFFMAN, F.-p. 123.
HUMMEL, J.-p. 123.
HUNSBERGER, R.-p. 123: Industrial p. 58.
HUNSBERGER, S.-p. 123: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74.
HUNTER, K.-p. 123. Band p. 72.
HUSTED, A.-p. 123: Thespians, President p. 62: Student Council p. 44.
IRVING, C.-p. 123.
JESSUP, J.-p. 123: Cheerbloclz p. 92.
JESSUP, R.-p. 123.
JOHNSON, M.-p. 123: Florence Nightingale Lamp Club, President
p. 49: National Honor Society p. 45.
JOHNSON, M.-p. 123: Orchestra, Vice President p. 74: Pennant
Annual p. 66: French Club, Secretary p. 50: Hi-Fi Club.
JOHNSON, P.-p. 123: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74.
JOHNSON, T.-p. 123.
JOHNSTON, M.-p. 124.
JONES, A.-p. 124: Junior Acad. ot Science p. 59.
JUDAY, H.-p. 124.
KAISER, T.-p. 124: Hi-Fi Club.
KAUFFMAN, K.-p. 124: Bible Club, Secretary.
KEIL, M.-p. 124: Cheerbloch p. 92: Choir p. 79.
KENDALL, M.-p. 124: Editor ot Pennant Weekly p. 69: Y-Teens p. 61:
National Honor Society p. 45: Cheerbloclc p. 92.
KENTNER, B.-p. 124.
KENTNER, J.-p. 124: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74.
KERSHNER, D.-p. 124: Future Homemalrers Club p. 54.
KIDDER, R.-p. 124: Choir p. 76: Vis. Ed., Secretary p. 57.
KIDDER, T.-p. 124: Cross Country p. 98: Basketball p. 97: Baseball
p. 101: Varsity Club p. 104.
KIEFER, L.-p. 124: Football, Captain p. 89: Varsity Club p. 104.
KINCAID, R.-p. 124: Choir p. 76: Hi-Fi Club.
KIRKMAN, N.-p. 124: Spanish Club p. 51: Speech Club.
KLAUS. D.-p. 124: Cross Country p. 98: Traclr p. 100: Varsity Club
KLEYKAMP, A.-p. 124.
KREIGBAUM, J.-p. 124.
KRETSCHMER. L.-p. 124: Cheerbloch p. 92.
KRIDER, D.-p. 124.
KROHN, D.-p. 125.
KUEHL, J.-p. 125: Cheerblock p. 92: GAA, Presidenf p. 105.
KUHN. B.-p. 125: Sludenl Librarians Club, Secrelary-Treasurer.
KYLE, J.-p. 125: Dish-ibuiive Ed. p. 56.
KYLE, J.-p. 125: Dislribulive Ed. p. 56.
LATZKE, W.-p. 125.
LAWSON, T.-p. 125.
LEONARD, Q.-p. 125.
LEVINSKY, R.-p. 125: Cheerblock p. 92.
LILLY, M.-p. 125: Painl and PaIeHe p. 52: Pennanf Annual p. 66.
LINDEMANN, J.-p. 125: Sfudenl' Council p. 44.
LINDSEY, W.-p. 125.
LLOYD, D.-p. 125: Speech Club: Junior Acad. of Science, Vice-
Presidenl' p. 59.
LOCKWOOD, P.-p. 125: Choir p. 76: Nalional Honor Sociefy p. 45.
LONEY, J.-p. 125: Choir p. 79: Spanish Club p. 51: Cheerblock p. 92:
Thespians p. 62.
LONGFELLOW, A.-P. 125.
Luccusse, F.-p. 125.
Luce, N.-P. 125.
LUCKENBILL, T.-p. 125: Cross Counlry p. 98: Baslneiball p. 97: Track
p. 100: Pennanf Annual p. 66: Varsify Club, Presidenl' p. 104:
Boys' League Advisory Council p. 46: Nafional Honor Sociefy p. 45.
LUDWIG, P.-p. 125: Pennanf Annual p. 66: Cheerblock p. 92: Y-Teens,
Treasurer p. 61.
LUSHER, E.-p. 126: Assisfanl Ediior ol Pennant Annual p. 66:
Spanish Club p. 51: Fulure Teachers Club p. 55: Naiional Honor
Sociefy p. 45: Sludeni' Council p. 44: Girls' League Advisory
Council p. 47.
LYTLE, J.- . 126: Band p. 72: Thespians, Vice-Presiden+ p. 62: Senior
Class Plnay p. 71.
MAIER, R.-p. 126.
MALONEY, M.-p. 126: Band p. 72: Orcheslra p. 74: French Club,
President p. 50: Fuiure Teachers Club p. 55: Nafional Honor
Sociefy p. 45: Cheerblock p. 92: Siudenl' Council p. 44.
MANN, D.-p. 126: Foofball p. 89: Choir, Presidenf p. 76: Nalional
Honor Sociefy p. 45: Varsify Club p. 104.
MANN, D.-p. 126.
MANN, D.-p. 126.
MARTIN, J.-P. 126.
MATHIS, M.-p. 126: Band p. 72: Orchesfra p. 74.
MAYHOUSEN, S.-p. 126: Band p. 72: Cheerbloclu p. 92.
McCLOUGHAN, B.-p. 126: Cheerblocl p. 92.
McCULLOUGH, J.-p. 126: Pennant Annual p. 66: Fufure Teachers
Club p. 55: Cheerblock p. 92.
McLain, S.-p. 126: Band p. 72.
McNEAL, G.-p. 126: Indusfrial Club, Presidenl p. 58: Boys' League
Advisor yCounciI p. 46.
MEADOWS, P.-p. 126.
MENGES, G.-p. 126: Choir p. 76: Speech Club.
MERCHANT, S.-p. 126: Y-Teens, Presidenf p. 61: Cheerbloclr p. 92:
Choir, Secrelary p. 76: Hi-Fi Club.
MESSNER, L-p. 126.
MIERS, C.-p. 126: Choir p. 79: Disfribu+ive Ed., Treasurer p. 56.
MILLER, J.-p. 126.
MILLER, K.-p. 127: Foolball p. 89: Varsily Club p. 104.
MILLER, S.-p. 127: Choir, Treasurer p. 79.
MILLS, G.-p. 127: Cross Counlry p. 98: Track p. 100: Varsily Club p.
104: Boys' League, Treasurer p. 46.
MINELLI, S.-p. 127: National Honor Sociely p. 45: Y-Teens p. 61:
Secre+ary of Senior Class p. 115.
MISHLER, M.-p. 127: Choir p. 79.
MITCHELL, J.-p. 127: Band, Vice-Presidenl' p. 72: Orcheslra p. 74.
MOHR, J.-p. 127: Pennanf Annual p. 66: Hi-Fi Club.
MOLLENKOPF, E.-p. 127: Baseball p. 101: Versily Club p. 104:
Pennanl Annual p. 66.
MONTEITH, J.-p. 127: Girls' League, Presidenl p. 47.
MOON, N.-p. 127: Penneni Annual p. 66: Dislribulive Ed., p. 56.
MOORE, T.-p. 127: Incluslrial Club p. 58.
PERKINS. P.-p. 127.
MORRIS, G.-p. 127.
MOYER, J.--p. 127.
MURRELL, J.-p. 127.
MEYERS, D.-p. 127: Spanish Club p. 51: Cheerbloch p. 92.
MYERS, P.-p. 127.
MYERS, S.-p. 127: Choir p. 76: French Club, Treasurer p. 50:
Nalional Honor Sociely p. 45.
NEFF. K.-p. 127: Band, Secrelary-Treasurer p. 72: Orcheslra p. 54:
Pennanf Annual p. 66: Cheerblock p. 92: Girls' League Advisory
Council p. 47.
NEWCOMER, J.--p.127: Sfudenf Council p. 44.
Nlccum. A.-p. 12a.
NOFFSINGER, J.-p. 128: Band p. 72: Orcheslra p. 74: Nalional Honor
Sociely p. 45: Hi-Fi Club.
NOLEN, J. -P. 128.
OAKES, P.-p. 128: Band p. 72: Orchesrra p. 74: Hi-Fi Club.
OSWALT, L-p. 128: Cheerbloch p. 92: Fulure Homemakers p. 54.
OWEN, D.-p. 128.
PANNABECKER. W.-p. 128: Nalional Forensic League p. 63: Thespiang
p. 62: Senior Class Play p. 71.
PAULUS, J.-p. 128: Cheerblock p. 92: Girls' League Advisory Coun-
cil p. 47: Y-Teens p. 61.
PAWLING, S.-p. 128: Painl and Pale1'+e p. 52.
PENNINGER, R. -p. 128.
PERRIN, J.-p. 128.
PHILLIPS, D.-p. 128: Band p. 72: Junior Acad. of Science p. 59.
PLANK, M.--p. 128: Treasurer of Senior Class p. 115.
PONTIUS, S.-p. 128.
POWELL, w.-p. 128.
PRICE, L.-p. 128: Choir p. 79.
POWERS, L.-p. 128.
RAEDER, G.-p. 128: Indusfrial Club p. 58.
REEDER, L.-P. 128.
RAY, C.-p. 128: Indushial Club, Treasurer p. 58.
REID, S.-p. 129.
REID, N.-p. 129.
RENTSCH, J.-p. 129: Varsily Cheerleader p. 83: Cheerbloclr p. 92:
French Club p. 50: Nalional Honor Sociely p. 45.
RHODES, D.-p. 129: choir P. 16: 1-11.111 Club.
RIDGLEY, J.-p. 129.
RIEBS, G.-p. 129: Orcheslra p. 74: Siudenf Council p. 44.
ROGERS, J.--p. 129: Band p. 72: Orcheslra p. 74: Nalional Honor
Soclely p. 45: Girls' League, Vice-Presidenf p. 47.
noseas, 1.-P. 129.
sou.. N.-P. 129.
ROTH, N.-p. 129: Golf p. 102: Band, Baton Twirler p. 72: Pennant
Annual p. 66: National Honor Society p. 45: Girls' Leauge Advisory
Council p. 47: Student Council p. 44.
RUSSELL, J.-p. 129: Orchestra p. 74: National Honor Society, Trea-
surer p. 45: Junior Acad. ot Science p. 59.
SCHEUER, K.-p. 129.
sci-ucic. L-p. 129.
SCHLOSSER, G.-p. 129: Distributive Ed. p. 56.
SCHLOSSER, L.-p. 129: Choir p. 76: Cheerbloclr p. 92: French Club
SCHNEIDER, S.-p. 129: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74: Cheerblccli p.
92: Hi-Fi Club.
SCHOOLEY, C.-p. 129: Florence Nightingale Lamp Club p. 49.
SCOTT, S.-p. 129: Advertising Manager ot Pennant Annual p. 66:
Spanish Club p. 51: National Honor Society p. 45: Sutdent Coun-
cil p. 44.
SCOTT, S.-p. 129.
SCRIBNER, E.-p. 129: Pennant Weekly p. 69: National Honor Society
p. 45: French Club. Social Chairman p. 50: Y-Teens p. 61.
SEEGERS. R.-p. 130.
SENG, D.-p. 130: Tennis p. 99: Varsity Club p. 104: Student Council,
Treasurer p. 44.
SHANK. S.-p. 130: Choir p. 76: Girls' League Advisory Council p. 47.
SHAVER. M.-p. 1301 Choir p. 76.
SHORT, D.-p. 130.
SHREINER. N.-p. 130: Pennant Annual p. 66: French Club, Social
Chairman p. 50: National Forensic League, Social Chairman, p. 63:
National Honor Society p. 45: Girls' League Advisory Council p.
47: Cheerblock p. 92.
SIMS. M.-p. 130: Choir p. 76: Girls' League Advisory Council p. 47.
SIMS, M.-p. 130: Orchestra p. 74: Assistant Editor of Pennant Annual
p. 66: Future Teachers Club p. 55: National Honor Society p. 45:
Cheerbloclr p. 92.
SKAIFE. L.-p. 130.
SMITH, J.-p. 130: Pennant Annual p. 66: Paint and Palette, Treasurer
p. 52: Y-Teens p. 61: Cheerblocl p. 92: Girls' League Advisory
Council p. 47.
SMITH, S.-p. 130: Orchestra p. 74.
SNEDIKER, W.-p. 130.
SNYDER, S.-p. 130.
SPICER, D.-p. 130.
STEMM, G,-p. 130: National Forensic League p. 63.
STEWART, J.-p. 130: Choir, Girls' Social Chairman p. 79.
STOLL, F.-p. 130: Paint and Palette p. 52: Librarian Assistant.
STORK, D.-p. 130.
STORMS, J.-p. 130.
STOUT, R.-p. 130: Cheerblock p. 92: Student Council p. 44.
STRAWSER, W.-p. 131: Choir, Treasurer p. 76: Boys' League Advisory
Council p. 146.
STRUBLE. B.-p. 131: Triple-L, President p. 48: Cheerbloclr p. 92.
STUMP, L.-p. 131: Triple-L p. 48: Florence Nightingale Lamp Club
p. 49: Band p. 72.
STUTSMAN, B.-p. 131: Choir p. 76: Thespians, Treasurer p. 62: Senior
Class Play p. 71.
sumrrsn, c.-P. 131.
sums, B.-p. 131.
SWANK, M.-p. 131: Choir p. 79: Pennant Annual p. 66: Triple-L
p. 48: French Club p. 50: Cheerbloch p. 92: Student Librarian.
SWARTZLANDER, E.-P. 131. Band P. 12.
SWATHWOOD, J.-P. 131: chan P. 19.
SWlHART,J.-p. 131: Florence Nightinbale Lamp Club p. 49:
TAYLOR, L.-p. 131: Baseball p. 101: Assistant Advertising Manager
ot Pennant Annual p. 66.
TEMPLE, C.-p. 131: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74: Thespians p. 62:
National Forensic League p. 63: Senior Class Play p. 71.
TEMPLIN. J.-p. 131: Football p. 89: National Honor Society p. 45:
Varsity Club p. 104: Boys' League Advisory Council p. 46.
THOMPSON. B.-p. 131.
THOMPSON. J.-p. 131: Spanish Club p. 51.
THORPE, C.-p. 131.
TILL, D.-p. 131: Tennis p. 99: National Honor Society p. 45: Varsity
Club, Treasurer p. 104.
TOM, D.--p. 131.
TOTH, B.--p. 131: Assistant Editor ot Pennant Weelly p. 69.
TURNER. G.-p. 131.
TURNER, L.-p. 132: Cheerbloch p. 92: Band p. 72: Orchestra p. 74:
Spanish Club p. 51: National Honor Society p. 45: Speech Club:
Thespians p. 62: Girls' League Advisory Council p. 47.
VANCE, V.-p. 132: Paint and Palette p. 52: Y-Teens p. 61: Cheer-
block p. 92.
VARGO, G.-p. 132.
WADE, V.-p. 132: Choir p. 79.
WALTERS, C.-p. 132: Distributive Ed. p. 56.
WANKE. w.-p. 132.
WARD, M.-p. 132: Pennant Annual p. 66.
WARE, s.-p. 132.
WELLS, W.-p. 132: Business Manager of Pennant Annual p. 66.
WELTER, E.-p. 132.
WENT, C.-p. 132.
WETHERBEE. D.-p. 132: Junior Acad. ot Science p. 59.
WHITMER, J.-p. 132.
WHITMYER, K.-p. 132: Cheerblock p. 92.
WILDER, A.-p. 132: Choir p. 76.
WILEY, C.-p. 132: Band p. 72: Pennant Weelrly p. 69: Hi-Fi Club.
WILLIAMS, J.-p. 132: Orchestra p. 74.
WILSON. R.-p. 132.
WILMORE, R.-p.132: Varsity Club p. 104.
WILMORE, R.-p. 132: Band p. 72.
WILTROUT, A.-p. 133: Pennant Weekly p. 69: Cheerblock p. 92:
Junior Acad. ot Science: Secretary p. 59: Senior Class Play p. 71.
WINEGEART. L.-p. 133: Cheerblock p. 92: Triple-L p. 48: Future
Homemakers Club p. 54.
WISE, A.-p. 133: Paint and Palette p. 52: Triple-L p. 48: Girls League
Advisory Council p. 47: Choir p. 76.
WITT, B.-p. 133: Library Club.
WIRT, S.-p. 133.
WRIGHT, G.-p. 133: Pennant Annual p. 66: Girls League Advisory
Council p. 47.
WYSONG, S.-p. 133: Band p. 72: National Honor Society p. 45:
Girls League Advisory Council p. 47.
WYSONB, P.-p. 133: Band p. 72.
YEAGER, R.-p. 133.
YEAGER, R.-p. 133.
YODERESG.-p. 133: Choir p. 76: Future Teachers Club, President
ZELDIN, B.-p. 133: Thespians p. 62.
ZELLMER, J.--p. 133: Football p. 89: Varsity Club p. 104: Student
Council p. 44.
ZENTZ, G.-p. 133: Choir p. 79: GAA, Vice President p. 105.
ZIEMS, J.-p. 133: Choir p. 76: Pennant Annual p. 66.
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