Elmhurst High School - Anlibrum Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

 - Class of 1955

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Q"'4O- it-s ,of ,.., al Wy 113 I x bf, sf l' IOHN lf. ARNOLD - G m,wx' Cflllllllll. Sociology, U. S. History, GUS Club. Haskrtball ELLA BAXTER - Llbfdfl-Ill, linglikh, 'UUl'I'ldll5Ill. ,lDl',1.'X'CE. Svpllomorc Claw LEONORA SIMON BLILKLL - Hiulugy, Cafeteria, Nature Clulv DARLENE CRITCHLILY - Glcc Club, Muuc, Clwrum MARION' R. DEAHL - Home Economics, Home lic Club IU.-XNITA DIiCliliR - English, U. S, History, Future 'llcachcrs uf All1L'l'iCJ, Iuniur Clam Page Seven 4' 1 WJ' ,LM .f HERBERT C. DILLING - Iumur High LESTER A. IJOELL - Blind, Tiiirlcrs UR.-XL HIJXVARDS - Ci rl11111 crfu, C 1:l11l11 crcizil Club, Iinkutlnill. Iuniur Clan CHARLES W. EICKHOFF - Math, liaskutbnll, Magazine Cmiipuigli, Sopli m1l11mr rc Claw LETHA FALLS - linglibh, Latin. .-INLIBKUV, Senior Clan DONALD FRYBACK - Driving. Bookkeeping. Typing. Baseball Coach, Bamkctball. Freshman Clam, JDIZINCE, Commercial Club Page Eight Q mfg-5 'X Hui' 1 jeff' ..L.r D-Qu. NN' SIN ,....f- gives. L ARTHUR GERWIG - luniur High, liaskctball WILLIAM F. GEYER - Physical Ecluczitiun, U. S. History, Varsity Briskt-tlmll Coach MARCELLA L. GOBLE - Bookkeeping. Senior Class, Baskctbnll, Commercial Club DONALD C. GOSS - Art, Iunior Class .us KENT E. KURTZ - Spucch, Dramatics, English. Spccch Club, N.F.L., Senior Class IEANETTE MCCLURE - Physical Education, Safety, Health, G.A.A,. Frnshman Class, Chccr Leaders Page Nine ,- 1 TWH C3 gf -,Z X , 0 A , ff Y 9 ' 'Af '-fp W, 6151! '-41 iff' . . . , R , 5 J , fv f V A ,513 4, 4 fi -334-38-,,ff' U .M,1-uw' I-'LOYIJ IJ. MIDDIJQTON - ALIIII, I'hu10. l'm1ul1nn1xLa. .Xllmlw-X'15LB1l IJITCLIUY. lumur Clara l.5'Il1I,LA I'I:RIilNS - Lngllalm. Slmnixlm, ITFCIICII, Frcslxnun Claw MARY M. POLITIQ - luuiur Illgll N. RAY Rlihll - Shup, Riflc Club, Ii.1mkclb.1ll GEORGE ROLLER - Study Hull. IIISIUTX. linskcllmll .-XLFRILIJ RUS5IQ'l"I'liR - Drawing. H.xskL!b.1ll. Shup Page 'Il n -9-., 3 1833 03680 2798 fy f' Q I . - 4-- ,K fy lf Jim. or f W I if OM? 6LQcLfZfZ ' ' 1 q.,, U -J V, 'I A' favs! Y ff I V, I 4 F. f Ji -4 ,Ji -1 l . ,jf MARY ELLA SMITH - Iunior High , DOUGLASS A. SPENCER - junior High, Basketball ii in ELUEN E. STOOPS - Iunior High, Baibkcthall, Boobter Club MARGUERITE SWINFORD - Junior High, Iunioi' High Rad Cross IOHN CALVIN TALARICO - History. Commercial Math, Sophomore Clubs NICHOLAS WERLING - junior High, Driving, Reserva Team Couch -f-., N I, , Page Eleven -Y Y ........,, ,..,...,-.,., 4,-v,i.....-1m,...,--w1........MLqY, ufniafzd Page Twplvc Twp Ibm-,' Rnn,ll.l Snylpr, HL-rg Smith, '11-X Ruuf, Lurcn Scrllmcr. Rmlcnwck SIIHIIIIH, Iulm Skmncr lTh.u'lcx XY1rr. lk-ru Iifrml, IR-.ln .-Xlllwn .Yrmlnl Ix'ffn'.' Allmn I'11m'111.1n. Ilcnniy Xxviltlklflllll, lull Sllklll'-N. Nall Cirnhr. I'.1L1l Iusuxx, Patil' Iickrlch, Huck Sum, GL-urgv fQCl'IN.lI1. Halen Smnh Thin! lx'un': Runm M.1lwmx. Turn Ggblurt. 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Rullin Ckiytnn, 'Il-rry Putt. Riclmrml Ilillmv, Dick XVint'shurg Tfunl Icllllf Philip Lclaingsr, Rulwrt St-iht, Imin SCllXV.lI'lZ. I.inct Grulc, Shirley SllIl1l1R'l'N. Phyllis XVHlL'l'y. Cgiml Mrmru, Ninn Lt-tiiniiig. Keith Lgimht-i't 1'A0lH'l!I Ilona' .Xnn Marie Iioilignii, Miirlha Cottrell, Iutly McGuHAey, Txvylgi Riclmiiintl, Cunnic lirinn, Rt-hcccgi W.irc, Ifmn Piirrctt, Sli.iron XVuiilriclgt', Lurclui lolinmn lfifllz Row: Roger Zuerchcr, Nail Shady, Chuck Wciacnhiirgcr, Bill StiiuH'c-r, Kan Stcycnwn. I.ick Stiiplctrvn, Hill Stark, Roy King Sixlli Row: Roger Greincr, Robert llcnschcn, Ioycc VnnHiinzeri, Betty Hcgcrfcltl, Norman Cunnvlt, Iliirlu Witte, lim Pierce, Philip Sriialur, Curl Gnuty Bnfmm Row: Nona Smith, Nilzi Sollbcrgcr, Phyllis Spahr, Shirley Christie, Carolyn Mcycr, Cairul Stcclc, Iilcunor Tracy. Ruthann Shroyer, Phyllis Tegtmeycr I a 1 l 4 i H l l Z i i I 1 i li . i PJQC liiiirrii I .........-, ,,,,,, YWWH, ,,,,, , -- ,,, ,, ...,,,, ,.,...-..,. -... -,. ...V..... W . 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Rmclmrrl .xll.llllN, flryllll .XnLll:wn. Runnn- Ru-ll, Chnry C111yy'l'rml 1711111 Kwu' l.1Lk Sclurwplrul. lL1.1n1l.1 l..llNl3l'I'l. lmlx Grctlng, Rwxlwcrm lfllmtl, lusly Ormixtun. Slurun Kuhn. fXnylrl.n Slllllll. Klux Luu Y.1nUsml.1lc. ll.lI'lMll'.l XY.xulllmlx. lcrry' linsxrr1n.1n, Nurm.1n Sprague lnmflr lfuut Nl.1rx Sluyq-rwm, C.lll'1C!AlIlC l..ll1llK'I'I, Dum XYllLlCf. lhlrlcnc Stanclg, liNlllL'I' Sums, Frances CQ.1ly.1n. M.1rn.1n RIN, l.-:mlm Sulyyymigll. l'l1yllxw Syyxnn, llmnm- lfwrcl, Hclun liul-mm l'1!,'ll lxllllll' Guy llxrwyu, 'llvny Smllx. xvlllhlfll lllclym. lamcx .Xmlcrwn. Samuel Sfldcy, l.llNL'N l,g1tIimorc. S.1ly.1t4w:1 lllnuyu. Rf1n.1lyl llunwlnn. rllllll Urn 1 mrlf lxlflllf lJwn.1lll ll.1lmlr-rn. lXl.lrlq RUUN'L'.lU, Rrm Sprmgcr, Riclmrll Crux, lulm Lccpcr, lytllhllll 'l.l'L1I1lI11Cl, ll.1ryLy ,Xrl.um, lxltlllill llnllfll. Glyn Xvflglll. l7un.1lnl Fglgcm. M.1rllyn llLlI'f1XX'Hl'Il1. Nancy' YVcy'rick 3 .N'z'1'rr1lf1 lifuaz' lkggy Rullungx, ligtlmlgcn NYU:-rlyy'.1rml, l.incl.n lla-rg. Lflaricc Lung. Slmrun Uhrich, Carol lfmlln-r. ll.1rlur.1 llylllllllllk r. K.xrLn XVJQDQF. Slmrun Llllllllll, R4lNCIll.ll'lL' Scrilwm-r, C.1tl1ul'inr Fishvr, xvlllhllll Mcycr Carol Dxck. l'axtr1ci.1 Hawkins, Francis Byers, Dcvonn Richman, Putricial Schwartz I Zzfzedfzmen i Top Row: Iohn XVeikcl. lNldl'5l'l.lll Fischcr. Skip Munn, Toni Purkiscr. Dwight Nmh. Lanny' Iohnwn, Auguat Meyer, Rulwert Fcc. Dtiyul Weimar. Mike Ht-rtlrich. Irfrry' C,lUHll1.lI1 Srmzzd Roux' Kenny Millrr. S.1lly Miller. Sandy' Mutiny. luily' Antlcryon. l.lI'l1l.l Shctltlick. Gail Iinyricl-1. Penny Curhitt. M.iry Ynnclcriivc. Ruth llyrlcy. Lynn V.inl7iy'ur Third Roux' Kathryn Pnyntnr. l,.lU'lClJ Sclir.ult'r, Slmrun l-iranclt, Mt-riclith XVclch, lunicc Schut-llt-r, Suintly' France. Dorothy' Bc-ntz. licyerly' Shroyer, Lintlti Yamlcrlmach, Harriet Purkiscr, Murris F.1y'nry' Fuzzrrh Row: Nancy' Maloney, Alma Littlur. Nancy Millcr, Carnl Sarlcy. Linicc Arnm, Martha Zanrlt-r. Sue Davis, Iudy' Wniidyyurtl. Lintla Miller. Ianct Barker. Nancy' Sliver Ifzfllz Row: Michael Murphy, Iohn Gulyus. Dick It-tt. Stcphtn Lowe. Ctirl L.iy'. Twin Strubbc Shy-rh Roux' Rainona Kelley. Gloria Fisher. Di.1nn Inyclcnl Shirley' Decker. Eylitlmnn Bell. Sue Gyyxilznc-yy Ann llrulc-mey'cr. Ht-lun Scitz. lu.1nn.1 Hqrrulcl, K.iy' Oyvtnf Sfrrntlx Row: Robert Schmitt, Bob Herndon. Derry' Lcyh. Arnnlcl Shri-yur. Chuck lflqugh, Larry' Munn, Vincent Backs, lamps Div, Lcslic Richcrswn. Chiirlty XVilcley'. Ierry' Dcglnr fron! Row: Alice Rose, Phyllis Hermhbcrger. Marlene Rube. janet Russell. Martha Pattermn, lilizalwcth Wingett, Shirley Fisher, Myrna Tipton, Ann Sullivan, Carole Rose, Alifu March Page Seventcen fllaliea , -w V N U H , F, 1 Ghatim Page JS Red Cross Lihrary VVorkers Photography Cluh Y-Teen Officers Art Room Monitors Room 20 Third Period Future Teachers of America President-K. Meyer Vice-President-B. Hursh Secretary-A. Hofmann Treasurer-C. Roehm Librarian-I. Berry Page IQ Iunior Class Ollicers President-L. Blair Secretary-B. McMullen Vice-President-R. Snyder Treasurer-L. Hyde Sophomore Class Oflicers Vice-President-B. Ewing President-K. Stevenson Secretary-B. May Treasurer-S. Isenbarger Freshman Class Ofheers Treasurer-B. Diehm President-T. Strubbe Vice-President-N. Weyrick Secretary-S. McCoy Page Twenty Seniafz 7eenfL OFFICERS jules Berry, ,.Home Room 15, Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Millercw ,,oHome Room 16. Secretary-Treasurer Stan Goegleinwa. W. ,an ,,,,,,., .-. ,,,, Vice-President Ioan Altman , .Home Room 14, Secretary-Treasurer Hob Douglass ,sa , President Hi Cats: And . . . here we are! VVe've had a real nervous four years. It all began a long, long time ago when we hrst entered as "lost greeniesf' We really thought the seniors were the most! Then it seemed like it would be centuries before we would be "big wheels." Remember the class tournaments? "Well, we just can't hardly get them no more . . . and . . . we need them!" Our real gone freshman team was the Hoop Happy Halfflireeds. Real weird, eh? What a gay time we had at the freshman party! All we squares just stood around and looked at each other. VVhy? VVho knew how to dance? Our sophomore year was our basketball year. VVe cheered, we cheered: we really thought we had it made: but North Side hnally came through and won the sectional. Then we cried and we cried. VVhen we were juniors. we really thought we were cool 'cause that's the year we had our First real gone "dress-up" dance. In our junior year, tho', the prom was really the main event. Everyone made it a point to get in early . . . in the morning, that is. This was the year that the boys finally consented to dance. Man, the prom was really the greatest! The best word that could describe our senior year is "Money!" Senior pictures, gowns, announcements, name cards, senior banquet, and junior-senior dance. Our maddest dream all four ears was for a new 0 m, all our own . . . and . . . there it D is...and... Here we are, alive with jive, The jumpin! Grads of '55l! P.S. VVe'll be diggin' ya!!! , 1121,-2 U '7fze Jfiqfn ana! lfne ,,, my ff fffffvw if 4 f N N F 4 W VERNON VIRGIL .XLLMANIDINGER GUS Club. llI'u1c'nZllunlsK Club. l'lu-Cbcm Club. Rillc Club IO.-KN .-Xl,'l'MAN P1-um Quu-n, Soc.-'l'rl-ax. of Sl-nlur Clgm, SL-crcmry of lhmll, Suu.-'l'rc,n. uf Spec-:b Club Vscp ul N,lf.l.. lil.l,liN l.lVliN ANl'JliRSON I'lu-Cbcxu Club, ,INLIBIJUM Stull, ,-IDl'.l.N'Cl1' Stull, llnuxtcr Club, Clcc Club MARCll.l', li. HACK5 lilluur-ln-clucl ul .4Dl','1.X'CE, Pmux Aucmlgmt. IJ.A.R. Heat ClllZCIl, Prcmlunl ut7 Cummcrcbnl Club .l.X'I.IBKU.ll Surf lilQVliRl.Y ROSliNli li.XRlil1R l'n-ximlcul ul llumc lic Club. GUS Club. C1lIl1l1lL'fCl4ll Club, Rell Crush Club, Speech Club lJUUHl,.'XS ll.-XY Vursllx' l'l.1w.'l1.lll. Rcrl Crms Hall Munltur. lntr.uuur.1l B.nkcIb.1ll, GUS Club. Speech Club 1.-x NIYI' max ln lll lN'll'lll1g, Cmmuc1'ci.ul Club. GUS Club, Rul Cum Club HARRY ll'.AROMli lSliNNli'l"l' GUS Club, Rvml Cum Club. llllflllllllfill ll.1wkctb.1ll, lf Club lil.NliR IliAN HENTZ ly Club. Humtcr Club. GUS Club. Rcll Crrm Club, Cmmucrcial Club lL3l.lzS l:l.I JPN l1lzRRY S.1lu M.lll.lgL'I' ul liumur Club. Src.-'l'rc.1s, ul Scmnr Class. .IUl'.lXClf llumc Ruum Agvnl. Rell Cruw ll.lll lvlunllnr, GUS Club CAROL HIJXNCIZ l'r1-silluntul' l'l4lU3lL'IA Club, l,I'L'NlllCl1lUl,SlK'l'Cl1 Club, Point Kccpcl' ul' N.l".l,.. 'l'rcnsLu'cr ul l:ruluu.1n Clan, .lDl'.INClz' Sl.nll IICANNINIZ l4l,AN'I'ON G.A.A.. GUS Club, Nguuru Club. l'l1i-Chulu Club LARRY HOROlfl" Cuuuucrci.1l Club, GUS Club, Rul Crum Club, lfluustcl' Club, Rllly Club KAREN l'lRANS'l4RA'l'OR Vu-p uf Hmmm' lic Club, .lDl'.lNff1f Haul Typist. .INl.Il3lCU.ll Stull f:tll1lIIlL'l'Cl.ll Club. GUS Club l MARSHA SUE ISREEDEN GUS Club. Commercial Club, Red Cross Club, Nature Club MARGARET BRENNAN E in Booatcr Club, E in Glee Club. N Y n Red Croaa Club, Nature Club. AIDII-INCIL N33 BARBARA IANE BROXYN Commercial Club, GUS Club. Retl Crum Club. E in Glcu Club DONNA MAE BRUNKHART GUS Club, Glcc Club, Rccl Crow Club, Commercial Club MARILYN I. BRUNS Rcd Croaa Club, E in Glcc Club, E in Twirling, Commercial Club, Booster Club a rxmus R. BUCHAN rjv: Rctl Crum Club I, li ' , f 'I i, NILLLII1 I N.-XX" Q' , i," 1 ' l Sccreta 'Tif Comlmercial'Cl-ub, I'rom"Attc dhbt, Boomer Cl-LAD, Rec! Gross Club, GUS Clu yi ' 'j . ' ', I I It 0 A i Lx I, 1 'V . 'Li V I I, J' I I ., I ' Ilia. MARGARET LOIS CARPENTER GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Commercial Club LARRY CARSIIQN Prom Commitmt-, I2 in Iqlantl. Glct- Club Rctl Cross Club. N.F.L. RONALD CAUFFMAN Prom Committee, Intramural Captain. Rctl Crow Club. GUS Club PAUL CI'IURCI'IVVARD If in Iiurirstcr Club, .-IA'LIB1CU.lI Stuff. Glcc Club, GUS Club, Intramural Baakctball MABEL ANN CLARK Came from Central. GUS Club, Rccl Cross Club INORMA A. CUNNINGTON Red Crosa Library XVorker. Booster Club. Spot-ch Club, Commercial Club, GUS Club WILLIAM A. DALMAN Intramural Captain, GUS Club, Red Cross Club BOB DAVIS E in Intramural, Track, Rctl Crow Club ELEANOR LEE DENNISON Vice-prcbident of Y-Teens, E in Glce Club, Prom Committee, E in Booster Club, Red Cross Club ,kk I Nt IT-:v gi X . fi. I N I .. l'- AA. .,A,, : yy, l X . K IJONNA MARIE IJLPOY Rell Cross Club, Cummurcial Club XVIILIAM ROIiIiR'I' DIAL GUS Club. I,lII'RZI'lL'lII Club, Rell Cross Club RITA M ARCIiLI..'X I,DONAI'IUIi li an Iiulmcr Club. Commercial Club. CCS Club, Rifls Club, I-Iumc Eu Club ROI'II'IR'l4 IIOLIUIJXSS I7l'L'XIllL'lll of SQ-nmr Class. GUS Club V1-up Iuniur Ymr. Band, Iucsialcnt uf Iumur Class, NVCUII Ilf SIIIRIIIIIIIICVFL' CIQISS IIUI'.I"IURIJ If.IiIiR'I' Iinuatvr Club. lIbi-Chun Club, GUS Club, Real Cram Club II.-XRIIARA I".-XYORY Sccrcmry uf Hnmlcr Club. Crm-Ifnlllul' of .l.YI,IB1fU.Il, If. Ill Glu- Club, I'u1nt Kccprr uf Y-'I'ccnm, If in RI-41 Crum .Incl Bumtcl' Clubs IUYI' FF,Ii Rul Cross Club, Ilmuc lic Club MILIDRICII IJICRCUSON Ii in C..-X..-X., Ii in Real Cross. mx GUS Club. If.'I'..-X.. .'lXl.IBIQU.Il SLIIIA 1 P.-XUI. KV. FIIELIIS 5 kv ' ' 1,5-'fi.,. ., fr ' 4 - . 'Q .4 ,AA , X .I . bf'-.Q ,I K " ::Ff:s:. 41.2 1 ' K- ,,,,:.4' .5 .f7n".I5 g,. 1, .,-1,..f. 1-5' ' ffvjlfffif .575 ,I fl .,..?, 455.1 I , 3-. - r ,I ' ,gf-..3g4pH' .'f,"f'L',", ,gig h... .41 1, -'-.flu S-.5 0 Ilrcsialcnt of Speech Sccuml Yc.1r. GUS Club, Spwclm Club. Phi-Cbcm Club, Real Crow Club ROHIQRIA I5RI',IIiURKiIiR Vnu--pruimlulml uf GUS Club. 'l4rr.lxurcr uf Clcc Club, Yell I,C.lLlCl', .I.'YI.IIiIQU,II St.1tI. .'lDI','I.X'CE Staff XV.-XI-'l'IiR FREIIIURGILR Real Crum Club, Boustu' Club. Intmlmlrul Ihskutbglll MARC.-XRITI' ROSE FULTZ Gus Club, Iiaml, Y.I".C. HIJXVARIJ A. GIiIiIIAR'I4 Iiuum-r Club. GUS Club, Cunmmcrciul Club. Rccl Crum Club, RiHc 'IICJIH BETTY GIiIi'IING Rcml Croas Club, GUS Club, Ii in Buml, Cafe.-maria Workv.-r, Speech Club LARRY N. GILLIE GUS Club, Intramural, Red Cross Club STAN GOEGLEIN Vice-president of Senior Class, Vice-president of Glce Club, President of Red Cross Club. .-IDVJNCE Sports Editor, Ii in Red Cross and I1DI'.JXCl:' SANDRA L. GOSHORN Veep of Commercial Club, Prom Att::nd.1nt. Prom Committee. GUS Club, Red Cross Club LARRY DEAN GOSS President of Phi-Chem Club. President of N.F.L., E in Speech, E in Red Cross Hall Monitor, GUS Club PHILIP K. CRES E in Intramural, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Intramural Captain IOHN H. GRILE President of Hand. Y.F.C. Club. President of Photograpliy Club, E in Iiand, Program Chairman of Pl'iiACIiem Club LINDA CAROLYX GUYOT Booster Club. Commercial Club, Red Cross Hall Monitor. Home EC Club, GUS Club FORREST Ii. IIAINIIS Rnd Cross Club, Rillt' Club. E in RiIIe Club RITA ROSE HARMAN Hall Monitor, E in Glcc Club. Ii in Nature Club. E in Booster Club, Commercial Club NANCY HENNIXG Vice-prcsidt-nt of Band. Ii in Band. Rutl Cross Club. Rifle Club Team. Commercial Club GERTRUDE A. HERBER Home Eu Student Adviscr, I2 in Home Eu Club, Booster Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club LAWRENCE HERBER ,gf I' . ', Came from Brunnerdale Scirwinary in iumor your ,J K , 9 BARBARA JEAN HERSHBERGERY ' I Booster Club, Commercial Club, GUS Club. Red Cross Club, Y-Teen ., ARLENE HORMANN Sec. of Y-Teen in Fort VVayiie Area, Head Monitor of Red Cross Club. ADVANCE news writer, JNLIBRUM Stall, Sec. of F.T.A. XVILLIAM ROY IRMSCHER GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Intramural, Student Manager, Red Cross Club RONALD IACKSON E in Intramural, Red Cross Club Q -r ill if .f-C if L L . S i , ' A J wifi , 5 15,1 ,e at -L I I Lllhudm ' " ...LE .,1...sx :Lui li Pall! T "rub, Www 3 tx f-L,-fr' I 4 K OJ , - 1-g,. ln ' fr, 4.1 5? - 5 2 2 , . -7 N an yzgc 27 680 18 Ruff W H1 ' M15 W cf ...,JY WW R CZA 17 'C'-f 4" A ,. Em 52 im My - I'-2 95 QW, fl 12675 L 0 'fag W 'yfw C Ov -J v4?f K O, 'ikgyc ,QQ 2 -gg 1,53 ,eff ,ff VL--'wff 07265-K 5432? fzuqlnfl 'L X Iffifzf wif if if LSD. ZW? V . .x 1 Zk-f' AC'41C.b! :Q 7 f , ff! Wg Qf' LQTg9q l O, y':i,g,,A,-VL! 'ff I 'Q-Z CX-f , limi! -467 ,VW Q57 mics: L 'tp V ' 4:91, A iw Jw C5 . fa AX A GJ Y ? ff Wi 7 pf I 'ff'--J X mW 5Q' Qgixzy Q Q AW b X'-x X R O J SQ! 1 Lfi Xifkb 5 QQ I K J XH1flAIv Cf ' . V 1 QXJ iiuifd ' , 5 wife if H M, 3 E - X. 'O My ':,,' i , N xr C, 'f QW ' KM M f Slit? I W' PM ' fm" wjgiif-2 w A fy wi J ,QW 9' M cf , , ,3 ww TV! fv'.f0':f4 -.1-.1 , N 'Sli xx me K, N , 5,45 """"?,v X 40 ' ,- , f' df , ' ' I 1 ' .I ' 1 1- t , , . I.-YNICE IOHNSON In ln R1l'lc .Incl lhmml. 1-.l.A.. G..-Y.-X.. Real Crm. Club, Cummcrcial Club 5 loux u. pouNsoN. IR. 4. JK . . , Ll 3 .fl.X1.lHKU.ll Stull. lluustcr Club, , Plli-Clu-ln Club. -B .ff Vumu' 'l'r.1ck .uul l4.1.cb.nll. lI1ll'.lIHUl'.ll l'.YUI.,'Y CI..'YlRl', IONAS lx III liuualur Club, Cn-limlmn' ul ,lNl.IHKU.ll Cuuuucrci.1l Club, GUS Club, Red Crum Clul CAROL Klil.l.liR li ll'l G..Y..X.. Cul11ll1ul'ci.1l Club, Home lac Club NJILIFL' Club, Rafal Cmss Club NANCY MAY KING Ummm-rci.nl Club, GUS Club. llumc llc Club, Nuturc Club HHRN.-XRD RUSSliI.l. KISSINGIQR Hummer Club, GUS Club, Rcnl Crum Club. lv1tr.uuur.ll PAUI. Kl-OlzR GUS Club, Rl-ll Crms Club. 'l41'm'g:ml'1.'r' ul, l:I't'Nl1ll1.lIl Class. Rk'Sk'l'YL' l5.1slu'lb.lll M, lil-.LORIS l..Xl IR lx III lXX'll'lll12. fX.uturv Club, RL-ll Crum Club, GUS Club. f:1llIllIICI'Cl.ll Club l.XNlClf CAROL l..XNl5RUbI Yccp uf Glrlx' Glcc Club, li Ill 'l'XVlI'lll1g. liumtur Club, Pnnu Committee. 'sl Cluss Club . . RY RUTH IMYY Unullmrrflgll Llub, CLS 1,lub. -ml Crm. Club, Spy-crlm Club I.-XNN I D. LAYMON lfmm .. xx nuugtun CHA, . X .IHRUH Smtl. llumtcr Club, Q lS Cl.Ull, R.-ml Crum Club 1 Ra x N1 X RL . 3 f - -Y. .rw X , XX As. A lfll IN l,liAVl1NGOUll GUS Cllllm, 'rl Crmx Club ARTIIUR WAYNIQ l.I'.la GUS Club, N.lf.l.. BONNIE IRAN l.lfUN.'YRl3 li in Glu- Club, Cummcrciul Club. GUS Club, Rell Crum Club, GJLA. SANDRA IUY l,l'l4'l'l.liR li in Runcl, GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Homr EL Club MYRNA LOU LONG E in Glcc Club, Commercial Club, GUS Club, Speech Club RUTH MCCARTNEY Commercial Club, Rell Crow Club, Glcc Club, Home EC Club, Speech Club DAVID LARRY MASEL Prcb. of Proicctionim, E Club, GUS Club, Glcc Club NANCY E. MAY Sec. of GUS Club, News Editor of ,-lDI'.-IXCE, E. in Rifle, Glee Club and .-IDIHINCE, :IIN-'l.IBRU.II Staff, Phi-Chem Club RICHARD ALLEN MERRILL li Club. Rifle Club KAREN LYNN MEYER President of G.A.A., President of F.'I'.A. Yell Lcadcr, Prom Atlcntlunt, E in Glee Club, G..-LA., Yell MILDRED MEYER E in Home Eu Club, Ii in Real Crum Club, Commcrciul Club, GUS Club. Prom Committee ARLENE SUE MEYERS Commercial Club, GUS Club, Ilomc Iii Club. Rual Crow Club MAHLON MEYERS From Bluffton, Incl., Nature Club, GUS Club, l,l'II-CIICIII Club. lluuster Club ROGER B. MILLER E in Band, .'INLIBRU.lI Stall, Commercial Club, GUS Club. Real Cross Club SHIRLEY ANNE MILLER Sec.-Trans, of Senior Clam. E in Booster, Speech Clubs, Rctl Crow Club, Commercial Club, Y-Teen SANDRA SUE MOERING Secretary of Glce Club, Twirlcr, Commercial Club, GUS Club, Y-Teen IANICE LOU MONN Commercial Club 'I'rc.15ure1', Prom Committee, .-INLIBRUJI Stull, E in Boontcr Club, Red Cross Monitor ION B. MONTGOMERY Cumc from Icllerson Center, Pruaidcnt of GUS Club. Buntl, If.'l'..-X. RONALD GENE MORTON Booster Club, Intramural, Phi-Chem Club, Projectionist Club, Glee Club wg!! l l mf' ,uso - 1, ti f 6 v. 2 N, I .. Q W - 'Mx' . 4 ' 2:52:15 - 'S , t. 4 41 + ,vw .A ., wiv. A- - 1- 1.13, ,,,,, W- .Q . Samir- me I z iii X - f A.., - iq .. If A, : z53'fff' il I 55:23 -m..,'f'I S ., -"9!"f'?5 'tf,. 'fi' wg-'ji' .5251 ,fry X A Vw Q If-W I A S y Q I,.., ,..f x I ,..-4' " , Z ,-4 , 1 ' ' f -1:51 or, E ,N C79 Q X ,wg I, ... It F ,4- , ,H - , f . if of X8 x Xs .sl -1 I DORIS MARIE NORWALT Commercial Club, Home EC Club, GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Red Cross Club IUDITH D. NULL Vecp of Nuturc Club, Prom Attendant, .-INLIBRUJI Stall, Commercial Club, Glcc Club I.-XMIiS OMAN Commercial Club, GUS Club, Phi-Chcm Club, Speech Club, Intramural ITQUGENE PELIZZONI C.ime from Marion Harding High School, Marion, Ohio I'lI2.'Yl'RIClf IOAN I'I"IiIFI"IlR GUS Club, Red Crow Hull Monitor. Commercial Club, Home lie Club CAROLE IANET RILEY Red Crt-sh Librarian. Commercial Club, GUS Club, Nature Club, GA.,-X. CLIFFORD KIQITII RILEY .IDI'i-INCH Sporti VVritei', Iioostcr Club, GUS Club, Prom Committee. Rillc Club IIM ROBBINS Ii in Proiectioni5t Club, lntrumuriil Buakctbiill, GUS Club IANIS CAROLE ROEHM ,lDI'.'l.N'CE Businemb Manager, President of Y-Teen, President of Glec Club, Treiiaurcr of F.'I'.A., IINLIBICUM Stuff CARL VV. ROSS Iiooater Club, GUS Club Red Cro5s Club IiLLIiN ELOUISIL RO'I'HIiNHUI'Il.IiR Ii in Band and Home Iic Club, GUS Club, Red Crow Club. Prom Committec, Y-Teen M A RII-l HLANCHE ROY Prom Committce, Commercial Club, Rell Crow Club, Speech Club RICHARD SCHEY Varsity Basketball, Red Crow Club, Iluacbull Team RONALD MERLE SHAPPELL Viirbity Rabkctball, Ii in Band, Red Crow Club. Student Mgr. of Babeball, Glcc Club SALLIEIEAN SKINNER Secretary of N.F.L., E in Speech Club, Girls' State, F.T.A., .-INLIBRUNI Staff, Treasurer of GUS Club LAURIE F. SLATER Red Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club. N.F.I.., Spec-ch Club NEIL SNIDER GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club CAROL IEAN SOLLBERGER Commercial Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, G.A.A., Y-Teen SHIRLEY ANN SPASOFF E in Home EC Club, Prom Attendant, Varsity Twirlcr in Iunior Year, Sec. of Red Cross Club. .-INLIBRUJI Stall' CHARLES H. STANGER Red Cross Club, Intramural BARBARA STRUBBE Point Keeper of Speech Club, Sec. of Glue Club, Red Cross Hall Monitor, Yell Leader, Nature Club LOU TANNER ADVANCE Staff, Booster Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club, GUS Club DAVE TAYLOR Commercial Club, GUS Club. Projcctionist Club, Speech Club, N.F.L. T OM TI-II EME Prom Committee, E in Band, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Nature Club IA MES D. TIPTON Commercial Club, GUS Club, Glce Club. Intramural Basketball, .-INLIBRUM Staff SUE TURNER ANLIBRUM Staff, Commercial Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club IANET MARY WEYRICK E in Home Ec Club, Sec. of Home Ec Club, Booster Club, Nature Club KATHLEEN LOUESA WI-IITTENBARGER Nature Club, E in Rifle Club, GUS Club, Speech Club, Commercial Club IAMES M. WILCOX Intramural, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Band SHIRLEY WOODS E in Rifle, Booster, Glee Clubs, G.A.A., Nature Club, ADVANCE Staff, GUS Club if 139' il fir . , Ew f-Q, 225332, . . '- . ,g,3i?g,iQfsf4 -:.2,,-1,4 , J' , me-fer-'xg'-f - -' 'f' 3"fi'c.,z,- J ,W 6-Z, ig? ,Q V: fs'i,f' f '. A A . " I tw , ' ' -'75 Y ,, A- M15 ,vat- P, a 55. AJ 1 I 4,-YL, ,fs ,. 'fv L, , 55 fn Y 'Z A 'Q 1 6, ,L .gf ax... ' Qi . 4: it 3 Q52 ,,ig,., Qxggwzn Yew f is . f-p?'f2s?' fa Q if "-ii . l E -A I IJ' L4 'EL' 31. N -1-4 52 CAROL IIQAN YOQl.llfl,lQ'l' Cams from North Slclc, NS. Hand, Speech Cluh, l' - . - .' YI' T, ' MARVIN P. ZELT NL ,, ' Intramural, ,hi Recl Cross Club, 5 XA . . I Rr-rl Crum Club, GUS Cluh Rillc Club " T -'r - D.-. " A V A I A E. u. R X I w Page Thirty Sldlllfl-Ilgf Karen Meyer, Shirley Spamlff, Sandra Goshorn. Murcile Backs, Iudilh Null, Nellie Buclmnnn Sflllflff Queen Ioan Altman -ff: 1 4 A- ' 2 ' 2 . " , 41 f' t T ' - b- -...C 'Qi 1 F H7 ' ,I , gg F 'Tin-1 W if Q . 9 h " A , ' Nqr , .1-'X 1 15. N f X :i,i i" A . ' .K . fx -3. X ., ffwayxg Gu if ' X g 'I hnrtx'-l HSSSH-Boom!" '.HCfllLll1ClfJ'S Hideaway"-room 18 "Duin' The Mumhd' S.1d Sacks Get The Point? "Bidin' Their Time" UTI r':,f sl .lux-it , f.g'jf,.,a wif e ' .'i-ri-E1 Lai? K nav- V . qwsgf' f 'ff 1 Y !-EERE Wu I' I Y, Q 223 fi?-'ESFQ' ,..--1 .-,...h-4 Xi... 11 Q1' WVQQQ W 'qgu wiwi' 5 '1Y1'i, J Wfwii ,-".2'.9-. "I'm VValking Behind You" "Sound OIT" Away They Go!! "Dear Iuhnn Operation-Gym The New Look lab lln tx Inn' ,J gn. 4 .2 ,af tl gk FF Whn' Hoppened? Hot Rocl's Revenge Cokes Me In Shakespeurck Admirers ArnoId's Ardent Amateurs No School For Rusty l'ugc' 'I"hil'ly-five Uxaf Jlavcffiz. ' Lv. Nw-l.?Q'-4Z9'fffv7fL 244' ff' 'W of W ' WJW If W' , B Wf ' ' f ' gff j" J,.f QQ ' !!i5HW38Si H . f3g1?!ig3lfwf,0 N Q PBX. V U Q6 .QQ 'Ula - 1 wg NK Page Thirty-sis: 25 mania! GMM Rmmemrwe EQ Hulk lvhmu' lbcan Allisun, Varsity: Pete lickrich. R1Ht- Cluh: Kenny Kautllnan, Hand: Larry Blair, .Il1l'.I.YI,'lf,' 1..lI'l'1 Gnss. Speech: lun Robbins, Pruiectiniiists l'mnI Kunz' Iamct l.LlI1tll'lllI1, 'l'wi1'l1ng: Mildred Meier, Red Cross Club: llarbara Strubbt, C..X..'X.: Nancy 11l'IllllIljI, Hand: Rubt-rr.: FI'L1l7llI'gt'I', lilee Club: Ann XVallu-r, lilre Club: lillllll lhtltllu, Rifle Club: frt'I'lI'lltlt' llcrber, llmnt' lic Club: Ianict' Munn, llnnstui' Club fbi? lfwie afzfmenlaf cfu64 aa gaaupfif Choir f Harmony Cats,,,- Band A Tin Pan Alley Cats .naw C ,, an Magazine Salesmen - Fast Talkin' Sm c1r1 thies , Phi-Chem Club 4 Positively Explosive! , , C.A.A. - Female '1'arzans.,,,,,,, , S , Red Cross Club - "Service With a Smile" 7 GUS Club - "Very tricky' '...' '1t'll be a lulu", , Commercial Club - Huntin' and Peclqinl Nature Club -- Shades of Audubon, an ,, Dramatics Class J "My job . . , feed 'em",, Main :IDVANCE Stall - Deadline , Home lie Club - 'Tcl Have Baked a Cake", , Pruieetionists - "The Show Must Go On!" Speech Club - "May I have your attention" W page pllge pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages pages 38 59 40, 41 40, 41 40, 41 42, 43 42, 43 42, 43 44, 45 44, 45 44, 45 46, 47 46, 47 46, 47 vw we gm, af ,um Elf E! if W I SN 11 in , 1 L ,. ,A My ff fffffffw 1 XNXX at-N ' ' 3? gsflslsg I 4: 'uf - ' ifkge 3 fe . if 1 ws., . . U' 0 A Page Thirty-eight Tap Roni: N. Weirick. I. Tipton. I. Degler, lb. Nash, I. Raney, D. Arnett. D. lflarman, I. CautIm.in. R. Young, I.. Tanner Suomi Kunz' F. Byers. li. Dennison. IJ. Ford, I. Ormiston, I, Amltrsnii, li. Leonard, C. Krinn. K. Wagner. S. lwrllllifl Tlzml Roni S. Mriering. I. Schwartz. C. Doppclt, P. Wulrick, M. liruns. R. Scribner, M. Welch, I. Lanclruin lfunrrli Kunz' IJ. Spice, C. Meyers. S. Christie. C. Hitzcinan. S. McCoy. E. Wingctt. C. Rochm, M. Long Iflflh Rona' li. Davison. H. Smith. S. Goeglein. R. Shappell, L, Carsten. T. Iacksun. K. Karns, P. Church- w.irml SIIIA Karr: S. NVuo1ls. R. H.irin.in, I. Gutlakunst. I. Lziymon, li. XVglchloz, A. Smith. D. Rctlcling. D. lirunkliart, Ii. Strubhc Srrrrzzfz Roux' A. Sims, L. Yan liner, D. Richnwntl. I. Merrill. H. Gouty, D. Brown, M. Backs. M. L. Van Osilalc, li. Allmanclingcr. M. Brennan ljigfirfz Row: N. Maloney. R. Dans. M. Patterson. I. Mcflurfcy. P. Null, R, Ware. R. Ifrcilwurgcf, I- Null, fnazh The choir, composed of boys and girls, under the direction of Mrs. Darlene Critchley meets the sixth period each day in room 20. The girls' glee club meets the third period in the morning. A few of their activities during the year were the PTA and Christmas programs and the fall and spring concerts and contests. Ofhcers of the choir for the year are: president, Dick Arnettg vice-president, Rita Harman: treasurer, Roberta Freiburgerg secretaries, Barbara Strubbe and Iohn Raney. C. lick. ll. Kokosa 95 A A 4. .As .ig Top Razr: L. Blair, L. Shetlilick, A. Buskirk. A. Askerberg, I. Iohnson. I. liroxon. N. Springer Srmml Row: li. Sickafus. M. Rousseau. A. Littler. B. Olson. I. Duguirl, H. Purkisur, C. Ice. li. Gtcting Third Row: E. Rothenbuhler, N. Henning, I. Nieman, S. Ulrich, I. Woodard, K. Owens. K. XV.igner 17011116 Row: I. Grilc, S. Lowe. L. Carsten, P. Harmon, L. Scribner. I. Montgomery. T. Thicmc. K. Kauffman Fiflh Row: Mr. Docll, G. Schelton, R. Springer. L. Oberlin, D. Laden. S. Littlcr. N. Keller. I. Yan Hoozen, K. Stevenson Sixlli Row: P. Letsinger. L. Gecting. N, VVeyrick. A. K. Howard. T. Orn, B. Smith, I. Poi'l'cnbcrgcr Emu! The band is under the direction of Mr. Lester Docll. Three thousand Eve hundred points are required for a letter. Band members earn their points by participation at home basketball games, concerts, private lessons. and the Christmas program. A group known as the Band Boosters, including the parents, is raising funds to buy new band equipment. This year's oflicers are: Iohn Grile. presidentg Nancy Henning, vice-presidentg Ioan Altman, secretary: and Ioyce Nieman. treasurer. M. Fultz Page Thirty-nine Page Forty luaqayine Seidman Front Rum: A. M. Bodigan. 55L'7.05: M. Il. Shouer, 547.001 S. Grepke, 545.751 N. Weyrick, 54600: M. lambs. 4547.001 Ii. Ewing, 55.51.11 ID. Hartz, 572.251 IJ. Uoughman, SS2,.l,ll,lI T. Dominy. 564.75 .lliridlf Rout B. Hegerfeld. 502.551 C. Meshbergcr, i57l.00: IJ. Zell, Sll-LSU: C. liicklioll. 555.503 M. Schoenemann, S4-l,00: A. Wiekie, 565.502 S. Smith, 55550: l. Altman. 2540.501 Ii. Strubhe, 555.50 lhiclq Roux' H. Adams, Sll2.H0g S. Schey, 567.752 C. Weisenburger, S6650: Ii. Hursh, 558.001 M. Hn-wn, ES-lH.50: C. Doppelt, fi-l9.00: T. Roof, 5557.001 R. Miller. 5546.503 K. Imcl. 540.50 This year's magazine sales amounted to 53,015.50 The quota was 558.4003 so this means the school fell short of its quota by l'E5t44.50. There was a total of 2,297 subscriptions. The high salesman this year was Donna lean Zelt, who sold 311430. The next highest salesman was Harvey Adams with 5112.801 and the third highest was Anne Marie Bodigan. who sold 597.05 The prohts from the magazine cam- paign are used for a variety of assembly programs enjoyed by the student body throughout the year. Mr. Charles VV. Eicliholzf sponsors the campaign. '-efaem Glad Paul Iustus. vice-president of Indiana Iunior Academy of Science: Larry Blair, vice-president: Larry Goss. president: Ann Walker, secretary-treasurer: Iohn Grile. photography cxhibitol' This club is organized to promote interest in science and industry. One major trip was made to Purdue University where Paul Iustus was elected vice-president of the Indiana junior Academy of Science for next year. Other trips were taken to the Filtration Plant. the International Harvester, and the U. S. Rubber Co. Miss Ruth Wimmer and Mr. Floyd Middleton head this club, give advice. and aid students with their projects and exhibits. A picnic was held on May I3 at McMillen Park. The Phi-Chem Club also sponsors a college scholarship each year with the profit made from the coke machines. Q. ,Q ,Q Anita Zander, organized sports: Carol Ice, treasurer: Arlene Buskirk, vice-presidentg Marilyn Schncneniann, unorganized sports: Linda Schoeneniann, secretary: Karen Meyer, president The Girls' Athletic Association. under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ieanette McClure, has had a busy year. During the winter. the girls participated in volleyball and basketball in the gym each Tuesday and Thursday noon. They played softball in the fall and in the spring. Those girls earning 250 points received their E's. Those earning 350 points were awarded the State G.A.A. Plaque. It is possible to receive points by participating in the above sports, by participating in outside unorganized sports, and by officiating. tri ,lp 1 " J'Vf4'N .Mm ANA., 1691 v V , ,. ',..i 5'--M- 4 um' I 7-.., P.1gc Forty-unc Page Forty -two Rec! 64044 Glad Larry lilair, lirst vict--presitlcnt: Lorent- Schertr. treasurer: Stan Goeglein, president: Shirley Spasorl, secretary: lit-tty' Hursh. seconzl xice-president: Arlene Horinann, head monitor The Red Cross Club, which is sponsored by Miss Ruth Wimmer, is mainly a service club for the school. The club provides hall monitors, librarians, art room monitors, and oihce help. This year the club sent comic books to the Veterans' Hospital and gave Christmas baskets to needy families in our own community. The club also gave a talent show again this year for the high school. for the grade school, and for the PTA. This show was also given at the Veterans' Hospital. The club is the largest club in the school with a membership this year of about 500. ws em Roberta Ifreiburger. vice-president: Sallieiean Skinner, treasurer: Nancy May, secretary: Ion Montgoint-ry, piwsitlent The GUS Club is sponsored by Mr. Iolin Ford Arnold. Membership is limited to past or present students of Mr. Arnold's classes in United States history, govern- ment. and sociology. A total of one hundred and thirty-six students joined the club this year. The club's main activity is field trips which include visits to the city court, city iail, and the post olhce. At the end of the second semester, Mr. Arnold presents live dilferent keys: one to the student excelling in history: one, in govern- ment: one. in sociology. An additional key is given to the student who has made the lT10St improvement during the year. Another key is given to the student who has excelled in all three classes. eammeacial 0 ui Marcile Backs. president: Sandra Goshorn, vice-president: Nellie Buchanan, secretary, Ianice Monn. treasurer Une of the larger clubs here at Elmhurst is the Commercial Club, which is composed of one hundred and six students. Its members are those students preparing for a business career. A banquet, held in the spring, is one of the big events of the school year under the direction of Miss Ural Edwards, Mr. Donald Frybaek, and Mrs. Marcella Goble. Award tests in typing and shorthand are given throughout the year. At the banquet, the highest award earned by a member is presented as Well as special awards to the students with the highest average in typing, in shorthand, and in bookkeeping. 'il A U. , .vw A . fr , www fn. , M li ,J I ,L AJ. P'- Pagc Forty-three Page Forty -four llfaime Glad Karen Meyer, food chairinan: Rita Harman, entertainment chairman: Helen Gouty, secre- tary: Penny Null, president: Darlene Spice. treasurer: Beverly McMullen, publicity chairman: ludy Null. vice-president The Nature Club consists of students who have taken or who are taking biology. The club sponsor is Mrs. Leonora Simon Bleke. The hrst semester activities were several Audubon Screen Toursg a visit from Mr. C. V. Kimmel, County Agricul- tural Agent: and a visit to Pokagon State Park. A total of 225 points is required to earn a letter. An additional hundred points are needed for a pin. For the second semester activity, a party was scheduled. A trip to the Alton Rusts' farm, the liullerman Dairy. and a visit to the VVayne Co-op also helped the members to gain knowledge and points. fbaamalficd glad Burk Roux' Hill Strauss, liernard Kissinger, Clifford Riley, Walter Freiburger, Ronny Morton, Gene Mann. Bill Dalman, Douglas Hay .llnltllr Role: Carol Yoquelet. Ianet Grote. Donna Ilrunkhart, leloward Hamilton. lot- Bennett, Ieannette Gudakunst. loan Altman, Carol lilance, Rita Donahue ITVUIII Roni: Ianice Landrum, Elner lit-ntz, Marie Roy, Margaret Carpenter, Mary Ruth Lay, Kathleen Whittenbarger, Myrna Long. Carol Keller Under the direction of Mr. Kent Kurtz, the dramatics class studies play produc- tion, readings, radio scripts, pantomimes, impersonations, and characterizations. The class activities consist of two plays. One of these was the production at Christmas. The major play, given on March 11, was Sezfefzteerzlh Summer. Altman, R. Dona- hue. K. Whittenbarger, Landrum, R. Freiburger, Oman, Shappell, S. Goeg- lein. H. Hamilton, M. R. Lay, D. Bay, I. Grote, and W. Freiburger were the actorsg G. Mann was the stage manager, and C. Blance was the student director. luain rqcfaance glad Buck Row: L. Blair, Assistant Editor: K. Hranstrator, Head Typist: A. Roser, Chief Copy- reader: C. Roehm, Business Manager: N. Deuter, Pointkeeper: S. McSwane, Feature Editor: T. Strubbe, Circulation Manager .llizfrllr Row: L. Stults, Advertising Manager: C. Weiscnburger, Exchange Editor: N. May, News Editor: B. May, Make-up Editor: S. Goeglein, Sports Editor Frou! ltozv: T. Gebhart, Assistant Adiertising Manager: M. Hacks, Editor-in-Chief Members of the ADVANCE Staff are some of the busiest people when dead- lines roll around each month. These deadlines are usually met on time thanks to the patience and guidance of Mrs. Ella Banter, who is in charge of the editorial staff, and Mr. Don Fryback, who is in charge of the business staff. The main social event of the staff is a banquet held in the spring. At this banquet staff members who have earned 1.000 points receive E's. Those juniors and seniors who are in the upper third of their class and who have creditably served the ADVANCE receive pins from Quill and Scroll, a national honorary journalistic award. vs '2 Page Forty-flvc ,Q- vzw ANLIBRUM may af sawn ,rw of 4114! Wayne, fnfiana, inlaacfucwl 114 aecafuf '54-'55. n ,,?,,?,pt I 1 is y- .v 1 s ,5 -J.. "hw-0 r ' "Y 'K A E1 O ,DVM xi 1 t WLS f N, il.-Lag X f 4 X . 1 - of n A A? ,ij lid-44 J- ,fogola XX . ' ail to old Elmhurst Higllxd OUZXLV I cjaglgfd Lib' ia? 5- ? Q, Q! School wlthout peer !L,UT:?J!7L1Q 'foffv t ' J 70 f I Q dlp x, - Loyal we ll to he to you and ZXZUL SJ6L V6 XZLLCH X67 vi 4 2 Ay an . A In our memory hold most dearth ZZ Ck 1 :ZQ U Q, S gg Remembrance of happy days 6 ,7 166062, qfd t Standards held high ' Vlyt V I X ' r F if 39 K Q True-hearted sons and daughterglU0Z2L4'Lj 'tj L 60ul7f 46 CJ 012212 fe' Z- jf -V Page One fir ' One for Elmhurst, all for Elmhurst High! I ,Layla-CLl7LA,' Q r W7 ' N L J' Page Forty-six Jfame gc Glad Iantt Weyrick, secrttary-treasurer: Kartn Bmnstrator, vice-president: Ile-vqrli Harker. president: Gertrude llerber, student advisor The Home Ec Club is usually very busy. One activity for which Mrs. Deahl and the girls have received little publicity is the mending of uniforms for our athletes. They also made curtains for their class room. The mothers of the members were invited to demonstrations of handicrafts and Hower arrangements. Any girl who is taking or has taken home ec at E. H. S. is eligible to this club. At the annual spring banquet, letters are awarded to those girls who have 360 points. At this time silver thimbles are given to girls who have been members of the club for four years. The girls who received thimbles this year were: Beverly Barker, Karen Branstrator, Gertrude I-Ierber, Nancy King, Mildred Meyer, Arlene Meyers, Beatrice Pfeiffer, Ellen Rothenbuhler, Shirley Spasoff, and Ianet Weyrick. . . Top Roux' Ronald lvlturtnn, Vernon .-Xllinantlinger, Bill Streeter, Paul Iustus Sammi Kunz' Frank Goldsmith, Charles Wire. Donald Smith, Harry Grepke, David Inman, Robert Brown, Iohn Weikel: Mr. Middleton. Director Tlzinl' Row: Douglas Munson, lim Robbins lfrmiz Rout Philip Snider. llavitl Masel. Dave Taylor. Kenneth lily. Charles Flaugh, Ted lluxette The Projectionists provide movies, record players, slide Elms, tape recorders, and a public address system for the Elmhurst faculty and students. There are twenty-two members this year. The requirements for membership in this club are as follows: You must be responsible, dependable, and have average grades. Absent from the picture are three boys who joined the club the second semester. They are: Iames Anderson, Donald Fagan, and Robert Schmitt. The sponsor of this group is Mr. Floyd Middleton. S aA6'!uAmJ!V.4..E. Barbara Strubbe, point keeper of Speech Club: Sallieiean Skinner, secretary-treasurer of N.l".I..: Larry Goss, president of N.F.L.: Carol Elance, point keeper of N.F.L. and president of Speech Club: Ioan Altman, vice-president of N.F.L. and secretary-treasurer nf Speech Club: Kenny Stevenson. vice-president of Speech Club Mr. Kent Kurtz is the sponsor of the Speech Club and the Elmhurst Chapter of the National Forensic League. These clubs, he says, have three purposes: to improve speech-making ability, to provide social contacts, and to go on speaking trips. The members participate in a variety of speech meets and make announce- ments on our P.A. system. The main event of the year was the District Contest of the Indiana High School Forensic Association, which was held in April. fix as CF, . .-.I I 'il 'i 1-.Z ,. x, Q .V N. -1 Page Forty-seven Page Forty-eight idczfafzlm Rd amf Gam, Waudq 04401 .L'eaJm4 Nunn' Karen Meyer Roberta Freiburger llarbara Strubbe Penny Null Rifle Club Team Baseball Team liooster Club Reserve Team Varsity Team The Big Ten li Club Sports Snaps General Snaps Cliristmas Snaps .JNLIBRUM Slallf Laurels :incl Credit C!LI,i,s Senior Senior Senior Iunior Qiae lfzeefe l2eca4J4 ca "Hi, Slmrpien Hilfe Steizferx "Down in Front" Full: r'c' llmfcifiomzls Buvkel lioyf T-15-.J-Al .' R6'l!'Lll'lf61f Fifllz Qzmrtei' .7ll1'xc'1f Up Mambo ll? DOOM ll .J l71hI'fIA0l2 ul Its Bestf Crmnz of the Crop spin ! Years of Serzfice Four Two Four One pages 50, 51 pages 50, 51 pages 50, 51 page 52 page 53 pages 54, 55 pages 56, 57 pages 58, 59 pages 60, 61 page 62 page 63 page 64 ugafzffz zqnqeld " -"' H! X afw nge Fifty ifle Glad 7ea,m Bark lCr1u': Richard Mt-rrill. Nancy May, Kathleen XVhittt-nbarger, Ianict- Iohnson, Barbara May. litlith Biddle, I-ld Cebhart. Mr. N. Ray Reed From Rrlttf Donald Pcrl. Ronny Maloney, Pete lfckrich, Frank Goldsmith, Forrest Haints, lim I-litveman. Vernon .-Xllmandinger The Elmhurst Iunior Rilie Club is fast becoming one of the most active groups in school. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Reed. the team has had several matches in Indiana and Ohio and has become the second ranking non-military school team in Indiana. Pete Eckrich won a medal for being the best shooter in Indiana in standing position. Ianice Iohnson is the president3 Ed Gebhart, vice-president3 and Kathy Whitteiiligirger, secretary. Richard Merrill is the student coach. Require- ments for a letter have been changed from earning bar XIII to getting 155 points. The members shoot on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and Monday night after schoolg the team practices on Friday after school. 86464-G!! 76601 FFOIII Row: Dick Sims, Henry Dehner, Bill Stautfcr, Dean Allison, Iud Birelcy. Ronny Snyder, Douglas Bay .llfzlrllf Row: Gus Dinovo, Bill Murray, Louis Seibts, lack lohnson, Allan Iohnson, Ted Huyette, Frank Goldsmith Bark Rona' Coach Don Fryback, Carl Lay, Dick Garland. Loren Scribner, Iohn Skinner, Howard Moon: Ron Shappell, Manager The Elmhurst Troians under Mr. Don Fryback came to the end of another baseball season with a poor record of one win against live setbacks. This season's team. composed of mostly freshmen and juniors, gained a lot of experience which should prove to be very profitable this coming season. The lighter side of this year's club was the individual batting averages with five boys hitting well over 300. These players are: Dick Sims, .6423 Richard Garland, .4753 Ronny Snyder, .5843 lack nnson. .3153 ouv a 3 Jan. il 6 D D B M' Eaadfya 6 ui Bark Row: Paul Churchward. Stan Goeglein, Paula Ionas, Marcile Backs, Howard Hamil- ton, Ted Huyette 151-0111 Row: Carole Rot-hm: Barbara Favory, Secretary: Pctc Eckrich, Secretary: Carol Blanct-, President: Betty Hursh The Booster Club had a total membership of one hundred and thirteen members this year. The booster section consisted of nine rows with nine in each row. Mr. Elden Stoops sponsors this club. The purpose of the club is to promote sportsman- ship and good school spirit among the students. The club is in charge of the concession stand at all home games. A student must have one hundred fifty points to earn a letter. He may earn his letter in Booster Club by selling at the home games. by sitting in the booster section. and by making streamers. , Wx pq f Page Fifty-one lei r' T l wil' V J J T ix Page Fifty-two Top Row: Gary Crawford. Toni Purkistr, lim Lattiniore, Skip Moon. Gus Dinnvn. Bill Dichm Boftom Row: Pat Evans, Dick Beerman: Nick Werling. coach: Gary liaehler, Chuck Flaugh. Tom Strublwt 'R' A S fx 7 , Redeaae eadan ya. . 'N' This seasons reserve team compiled a season record of Five victories against ly eleven defeats. The team, made up of mostly freshmen and sophomores, had it 4 tough throughout the entire season due to uneven balance and not too much in v -'dfthe way of height. As the scoring in these games indicates, the reserves lost 1 l-lil number of games by hve or less points. The freshmen and sophomores on this season's team should come back as strong varsity material in a season or two. Name Skip Moon --- Iim Lattimore --- Xl-oren Scribner Tom Strubbe . ,,,. Gary Crawford .--- Tom Purkiser- Dick Sims ---- Gary Baehler ---- Bill Diehm .- .- Gus Dinovo ----- Dick Hecrman .--- Charles Flaugh 'D EI-MHURST -------- ELMHURST -----.-- ELMHURST . --.--- - ELMHURST ------.- ELMHURST -------- ELMHURST -------- ELMHURST--.. - --- - ELMHURST -------- I at Evans.---- 55 43 32 47 21 31 47 Yarn' Poizztx - Fresh. l2Ll -----Fresh. '75 - lr. 70 ---- Fresh. .3 64 ----. Fresh. 40 ----Fresh. 37 ----. Soph. 32 ---- Fresh. 29 - Fresh. 224 ----Fresh. 2 ----Soph, 0 ----Fresh. 0 ---- Fresh. 0 RESERVE TEAM BASKETBALL Arcola- ---.----. 23 El-Ml-IURST .------ - Woodburn ---- lil El-MHURST .------- Central Catholic . 37 ELMHURST -------- Central . ------ ,. 42 EI-MHURST -------- Lafayette Central 40 ELMHURST -------. Ossian . --------. 26 ELMHURST -------- Kendallville ---- -35 ELMHURST -------- Concordia . ------ -ll ELMHURST .------- 44 Gtnzmf .-lz'r1'.1 16 8.1 I6 5.9 10 7,0 16 4.0 16 5.2 10 3.7 4 3.0 15 2.3 lll 2,3 2 1.14 U 0.0 l 0.0 U 0.0 Decatur. ---. .- -- Huntertown .. ---- - Hoagland .- -. -.-- - New Haven .. ----. Garrett . ---- . ----- Angola ----- ----- Monroeville-.. ---- - Leo .------- --.-- 48 33 35 X' Top Row: Bill Geyer, coach: Dick Schey, Dick Arnett, Iohn Skinner. Loren Scribner: Bill Irmscher. Student Manager Bozwm Row: Dick Sims, Ronny Snyder, Allen Poornian, Bill Stauffer, Tom Purkiscr. lim Lartimorc Qui Seann This season's varsity basketball campaign came to a close with one of the poorest records compiled in recent years. The reason for this seemed to be the lack of experience and height, which are a great factor in a winning team. However, looking over the roster, you will notice there are but two seniors. The underclass- men should come back strong next year. Nmzic Yan' GLIIPIFX Ronny Snyder-, ,di Ir. 20 Dick Schcy . .,.. -H Sr. 20 Iohn Skinner ..... ,-, Ir. 20 Hill Staufjfcr, ,.,, ca, Soph. I8 Loren Scribner ..,,, ,,,A I r. 10 Dean Allison , ,.,, e-, Ir. I5 Dick Sims ,,.,,.... . Soph. 17 Ronald Shappell ,,,, ,-,, Sr. 7 Torn Purkiser .... ,ev Fresh, 3 Allen Poorman ,,., .,,, I r. 20 Paul Iustus. .,,.. W- Ir. 12 Dick Garland .--, ,V Ir. l0 Dick Arnett, ..., , --a.Ir, 12 Halery Smith .--- ......,,........ Ir. 5 Iames Lattiniore ELMHURST ,......, 49 ELMHURST , ,,,,... 3-I ELMHURST ....... 38 .-- ........,...,,,,. , Fresh. 3 TEAM STATISTICS Elmhurst -Free Throws-248 out of 512:-l8.7'fCQ Opposition-Free Throws-349 out of 650: Elmhurst-Offensive Record-1040 average-52.0 Defensive Record-1218 average-50.9 VARSITY TEAM Central Catholic Arcola ..,,A,,, , VVoodburn ..... - ELM!-IURST,-,,, ,ec-H Central ,,,,,,, . ELMHURST ,....... 59 Lafayette Central , ELMHURST. ,,,,,,, 4-l Ossian - . ....., ELMHURST ........ 67 Kendallville .---.- ELMHURST., ...... , 56 Concordia , ..,,, - COUNTY TOURNEY ELMHURST ,,,.,.,, 51 New Haven ---.- ELMHURST ....... , 55 ELMHURST, .u.... , 60 ELMHURST- ...,,, , 57 ELMHURST ......, 61 ELMI-IURST .,..... . 52 ELMHURST . ,,.... , 57 ELMHURST - .,,,,. , 40 ELMHURST ...,,,.. 58 SECTIONAL ELMHURST ,.,,,,,. 47 55.-PQ Points' 270 181 133 12-l 68 79 55 22 7 45 Zl 13 10 0 0 l'l'l' l-l fl 6 6 6 6 3 5 2.. 2 1 1 0. age .0 .0 .0 rl .iw 1 l 3 .2 .H 5 8 0.0 0.0 65 Decatur .---,.----- Huntertown Hoagland , New Haven Garrett .---, Angola ..,. Monroeville Leo . e..... TOURNEY 'r -----,6 -. a... , 6-l . .,.... 6 8 N55 '4 ,,,,--1 ., .,... 67 56 Woodburn .-. .,.. . 31 Page Fifty-three QQ ll I U lx' "ll 56 I x 1 x Rx ' X ,,. A .5 1" 1 2, ,fi 1 !l xx Xu 1 f V - N i af ? ,uf , s 5 ' - - I L I. X x sg 1. . ' K ffl ! X Q 1 WX ' .. It N A sz Y 4 Y ,, 2 C,--f YZ ? AAQ. . f 1' fy. 2511 ,,4, ,yu X. ., l ' I F ifi, gruu' EEJ S W6 W1 1 f fl .'fX, 57 TN. , fb -Sig ,llli I 5 y 1 . Ml N Q.. , J q'A if 1 1 f X 3 j JOHN SKINNER Iunior 6,2H 180 lbs. 138 points DICK ARNET1 Junior 6, 163 lbs. 10 points BILL STAUFFER Sophomore 5'9 B6 H 152 lbs. 12-1 points I 'A gg . ,A i - RONALD SNYDER I M41 I S., 4 5.2 . Q. -N .hh J i ,l N..Q:. Iumor 0 1 70 lbs. IAMES .LATTIMORL 5 on 160 lbs. 0 points , 1 T ,REI Y I ' X I 1 1- 5 ' 5 Q kg U 1 . 5 5 f A 5 ' V s. I x Ak 5 , 4 If 1: i .. .Wm . ..., A JM31 .A 1 J 5,1 H ,f ' I 279 points V fc g X, . ,f X 1 V 'is-'j , 5 Freshman x -' f ' 1 fx A 1, '1 fl" ,lim L' L V qll' K "5 A ff? if -x r J f H 51' If K 1 has JG , es ,f xt .E ggip A x,n ,Ir K,.r. I' V y F" .1' , .., I SDS. , 4 1 1 -' ' -4:-,. xl I f r 175 ' DICK SCHEY ' ' f r ' J I ' Senior , J . ,Af 'Z I 9 6'2" yi-, ' jf., 64 - f 155 lbs. 1 . fr 181 points Q .A X- -4 LOREN SCRIBNER A' 1' 2 Iunior Lg' ' , 67, , , 150 lbs. r . 68 points r' i , 53 5 uv X H, L -, J ,X'R I fxxx , f 3' 3 ij ' lk? 1 Il xgvznili , DICK sims ' ' Sophomore 'Q , 5,90 , . 168 lbs. 1 r 53 points V. f f TOM PURKHISER Freshman 6, H8 lbs. 7 points ALLEN POORMAN Iunior 5'7 LQ U 130 lbs. 45 points ii E4 X y i 1 iq X 7 -2 I i f M31 MQ Ailen County Public Libfay 900 Webster Street P0 Box 2270 all Fort Wayne, PN 46801-2270 7 ' 4 Paeaenl iff WW W? fbi? lfuli cvmyq Jock! Record Showcase, pages 4 and 5 The Musl Tu Say The Least Administration and Faculty, pages fm in 12 The Iivey juniors Are On Their Way, pages 12 and 15 The Suphomores Are Cool Cucumhers, pages 14 and 15 The Freshmen Are Real Gone Greenies, page 16 and 17 Platter Chatter, pages IS and 19 Page Fifty-six 886 Top R0ll'f Stan Goeglein, Red Cross. .IDl'.-IXCE, Booster: Charles Lee, Intramural: Neal Shady. Intramural: Larry Stults. Intramural: Iohn Grile, Band. Phi-Chem: Phil Gres, Intramural: William Irmscher. Intramural: Roger Miller, Band: Bill Streeter. Booster, Proiectiomst: Dick Arnett, Glee Club: Larry Iohnson. Cafeteria: Frank Goldsmith. Rifle Club. Projectionistz Kenny Kaufman, Band, Rifle Club: Iohn Raney, Glee Club Seeonrf Role: Shirley Spasoll, Home lic: Kay Howard. Band: Iudy Duguid. Rifle Club: Iidith Biddle. Rifle Club: Karen Branstrator. Home Ee, .4DI'.4NCE,' Rita Donahue. Booster Club: Gertrude Herber. Home Iic. Booster: Deloris Lahr. Twirling: Barbara Brown, Glee Club: Roberta Beekman, Nature Club: Carolyn Eickholl, Glee Club: Bonnie Leonard. Glee Club: Carol Riley, Red Cross Tlnni Razr: Tom Thienie. Band: Lynn Oberlin. Band, Glee Club: Bob Douglass, Band: Iudith Null, Nature Club: Helen Gouty. Nature Club: Penny Null, Glee Club, Nature Club, Yell: Ed Davison. Glee Club: lim I-Iitztman, Rifle Club: Forrest Haines, Rifle Club lfunrffz Rfllll' Larry Blair. ,lDl'.IXCE, Band: Larry Carsten, Band: Dean Allison, Basketball, Track. Baseball: Dick Schey. Track, Baseball. Basketball: Iohn Skinner, Basketball: Peter Bond, Rifle Club: Ronald Shappell. Band. Basketball: Ellen Anderson, Glee Club. Booster: lanice Iohnson. Rifle Club. Band: :Xnn XValker, Glee Club: Beierly McMullen, Glee Club. Nature Club: lanice Munn. Red Cross, Booster: Marilyn Bruns, Twirling, Glee Club Iflfrh Roux' Pat Iohnson. Rifle Club: Ioyce Ni: man, Band: Dorcas Knoblauch. Glee Club: Mildred Schmidt. Glee Club: Ianet Beck. Twirling: Shirley XVoods. Rifle Club, Glee Club. Booster: Carol Ice, Band: Nancy Henning, Band: Margaret Brennan, Glee Club. Booster: Ianice Landrum. Twirling. Glee Club: Darlene Spice. Nature Club: Carol Beck. Glee Club: Iilsie Allmandinger. Glee Club Surf: Rout Ieannine Blanton. Nature Club. G.A.A.: Sandra Littler. Band: Arlene Hormann. Booster, Red Cross: Carole Roehm, Booster. Glee Club. .lDI'.I.YCE, Red Cross: Marcile Backs. ,'lDl',J.YCE, Booster: Betty Geeting, Band, Cafeteria: Sallieiean Skinner, Speech. Boosttr: Ioan Merrill. Nature Club Sl'l'l'lIl!I Row: Ronald Snyder. Basketball. Track. Baseball: Ronny Maloney. Rille Club: Peter Iickrieh, Booster. Riflt Club: XVilliam Strauss. Rifle Club: Fred Blume, Golf: Larry Goss. Red Cross. Speech: Loren Scribner, Band: Donald Perl, Rifle Club: Edward Gebhart. Rifle Club. Booster: Iohn Harrold, Nature Club: Richard Merrill. Rifle Club, Cafeteria: Dayid Masel, Proiectionist: lim Robbins. Proieetionist: Bill Stauller. Basketball Eighfh Row: Myrna Long, Glee Club: Kathleen XVhittenbarger. Rifle Club: Iilner Bentz, G.A.A.: Iileanor Dennison, Glee Club, Booster: Barbara Strubbe, Glee Club, G.A.A.. Speech. Yell: Karen Meyer. Yell. Glee Club. Nature Club. G..-XA.: Roberta Freiburger. Glee Club. Yell: Rita Harman. Nature Club. Glee Club. Booster: Shirley Miller. Booster. Speech: Beverly Barker, Booster, Home Iic: Paula Ionas. Booster: Mildred Meyer, Red Cross, Home lic: Barbara May, Rifle Club, ,'IDI'.-INCE Kllllllfl Row: Ellen Rothenbuhler. Band. Home lic: Carol Keller. GAA.: Barbara Fayory, Glee Club, Booster, Red Cross: Carol Blance, Glee Club, .JDII-INCE, Speech, Booster. Red Cross: Ianet VVL-yrick, Home Fc, Booster, Nature Club: Ioan Altman, Speech, Twirling: Nancy May, Glee Club, Rifle Club. .-lDl'.-IXCE The main project for the E Club this year was the always popular class tourna- ment held in our new gym. This year the Iunior Iddy Biddy Buddies walked oil the floor as class tourney champs. In doing so, they Hrst had to dump the Senior Dirty Birds. In the Hrst round of this three day tourney, the Sophomore Saints defeated the Freshman Fireballs. Besides the fantastic names, there were the unusual color combinations such as pink and black, red and yellow, and others. The purpose of the class tourneys is, of course, not only to give enjoyment to the students, but also to pay for E Club pictures in the yearbook and for a dance each year, Mr. Eickhoff is chief sponsor of this club. B. Douglass is president: P. Eckrich, vice-president: C. Roehm, secretary: M. Backs, treasurer. All present and former E Club members and all sponsors who award E's enjoyed the April Fool Dance. ".'4 i 4 5E ' P '- if '- -A , J , "J, . , 1 . ' A L I . 1 f -Y-if -, 5" x i' "f 4 E 5 I? pv in '5 ff E JB? Ihgc Fifty-mcw . 1 lf! 9 2535 sw ' ' l gi fir? fx' in 'W 1 .. 3 . HMLLQ .MI kvf' swix .Y S 1' '5 Y , " Z Twirling Tminccb Go! Fight! Win! Trick Play Best In liglselmll KHINICI' Sizzlcrs NILlSSiVC Mess lllgy lflllx-uuhi , M W' r- -, i is ' , , 1 lg 1, 1 , 1 v as Y t ,,,, .X Q' A L ff ll V K .. 1 N ., 1 t mf A l ' tt Q dr. We're Ahead! Tzxtinetl Twirlers Basketball Bill Good At Athletics Put 'Er ln! lmitntin' lltc ll.lQL' Filly-Il 'N 44? wx , .N 15,519 Ugg Suxzv vb-Q5 . :L A.. 'X K. P. Demil Station LI-1.5. l3m.1clc.nsti11g Mutt .And Iefi' Talented Teens Columnist Carolyn xg: rn.-it ' 'gr' ':"-:lu pg: 14. ...Q :fi rregge. , -, Q 'A ixi Fi- 1 'll ea 'SST r uv ei 5 Senior Smartees Senior Best Citizens Commerce Superiorites Always Prepared Head E's Pnge Sixty-one J., i gb 5' Wx NL xi xxx. x ,WZ ,fy "Oh Christmas Treex' "Here Comes Santa Claus" Page Sixty-Iwo "Silver Bellsn "Deck The Halls" "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen" XR 2" 1. .l. ' " 1955 ANLIBRUM STAFF ff-., BN -. l 'N . 5 Top Row: B. F.1x'ury. cocclitorz P. It-nas. uiunlitur R. Miller. layout and buaincw Scfonrf Roni: E. Anclummn. typist: M. Iiickx. cltmts: M. Fcrgumn, classes: R. Frciburgcr, iictixitics Tfiird Row: S. Gocfrlcin, bovs' svortsg A, Hurmginn, t- . I picture editor: I. Null, classm Bottom Row: C. Roehm, picture cditorg S. Skinner, editor, S. Turner, typist . Miss Falla, utlxiscr: I. Iuhnwn. untr um! Liyuui: K. Brunstrntnr, tipist: P. Churcliwnrtl. picturt- ulilwr: classes: I. Layman. clgiwts: N. May. clmst-5: I. Munn. activities editorg S. Spasoff, typistg I. Tipton, picture Page Sixty-three I .1 .li 1' yi . ,. a. I Q s- W'ilJfr,1v i. i i lf' i iii? iii A M ' if J l l ., P Li Prom Queen Beverly McMullen Prom Attendants Heily I-Iursh Shirley Madden Penny Null Katherine Platt Anita Roser Lorene Scherer DAR Best Citizen Mar-cile Backs Wayne Township Trustee Citizenship Awards Marcile Hacks lack Iohnson "I Speak For Democracy" County Semi-Final Carol lilance Arion National Music Award Nancy Henning Bausch and Lomb Award Mathematics and Science Neil Snider Commercial Awards Typing II Nancy May-60 W.P.M. 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