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

 - Class of 1956

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On this page: IOHN PETRICK-Varsity Coach, Boys' Phys. Ed. ESTELLA PERKINS-English, Spanish, French, Freshman Class FLOYD D. MIDDLETON-Math. Physics, Proiectionists, Audio- Visual Director, Iunior Class VIOLET E. WOLFE-G. A. A., Girls' Phys. Ed., Freshman Class, Cheer Leaders On the opposite page: IOHN F. ARNOLD-Government, Sociology, U. S. History, GUS Club, Basketball IUANITA DECKER-English, Future Teachers of America, Iunior Class LUCILE IONES - Secretary ARTHUR GERWIG - English, Basketball MILDRED HIBBEN - Library, ADVANCE RALPH A. EVANS-History, Math, Freshman Class, Basketball MARION R. DEAHL-Cafeteria, Home Eco- nomics, Home Ec Club, Sophomore Class N. RAY REED- Shop, Rifle Club, Basketball IAY LEE-Mechanical Drawing, Shop, Basketball .,,- 'C""' wr AE 3,'.q,, 5 A .K N., .X -lx YQ. - 'Y . ' Q 1 f, 1-P' -X 'xl' v Q .,,., X . N, f,-ef X. . MK X X U .-"' X . 7 ,fix 'Q 3 wr X 'Fff-fx N 2 "Y-nw ,4 emily, On this page: KENT E. KURTZ-Speech, Dramatics, English, Speech Club, N.F.L., Senior Class DARLENE KURTZ-Glee Club, Music, Chorus, Sophomore Class DONALD C. GOSS-Art, Iunior Class MARCELLA L. GOBLE-Boolv keeping, Senior Class, Basketball, Commercial Club Cn the opposite page: SUSAN ARCHIBALD- English, History DOUGLASS A. SPENCER-Safety, Basket- ball, Sophomore Class NICHOLAS WERLING - Safety, Driv- llllf D ELDEN E. STOOPS-Iunior High, Basketball, Booster Club MARGUERITE SWINFORD - Iunior High, junior High Red Cross MARY ELLA SMITH-lunior High FRANCES BLOUGH-Iunior High, Basketball MARY M. POLITE-Junior High HERBERT C. DILLING-Iunior High unicast l Page Tvn Top Rum: Fri-il Cmnkliitu. Bill Smith. Lynn Oliurlin, Larry Griflitli, Philip Snider, Allin lnhmun, Iuhn Hnrmlcl Srmfzzl' Row: Iliirlcnc Ball, Helen Kukma. Cgirul Steele, Sliurun lacnlmrgcr, litlitli Bitlillc, liiirburii Olmn, lutly Duguiil, Mary Luu ViinOstlnlc Third Row: Ann Kcntlrick, Mary Iillcn Hytlc. M.1rilyn llunry, Sgintlru Kellerman, Diane Redding, Iutly Mclf.i1ltlcn. Ifmn Scliwiirtz, Lillitli Mettler Fonrrh Row: Huh Hcnsclicn, Sum Ixiiveiiguml, Kurt lickrich, Frank Goltlsmitli, Larry Inhnmn. Kenny Sit-wnmii, Skip Iuhnmn, Kcnm-th Bly, D.nitl Inman, lim Ciiliimn, Harultl PcG1in Ifzflh Rona' Gary Schcltun, Phyllis Spahr, Hnrliuru May, Rita Hnckcnicycr, lhirhara Wuchholz, Carolyn Duppclt, Put Blanton, Betty Ht-gurfelcl, Ditinnu Furtl, Philip l.t-winger Boiron: Rout Rchccgi Warn. Nils Sollbcrgcr. Phyllis Tcgtim-y'cr, Lintlu Prince. D.irln Witte, Shirley Summers, Anna Nimwongcr, Sue McSw4int-, Nancy Ik-utcr. Shirlry Christie 2764 03680 833 1 - 3 iafut X I I 5 I R A 1, . ,Cv U . QQ,-Q A , ,, , -1 . E .5 ,, ' 4 -- ' .,,.s,.,l i f :,, ' 2 " " 4 -111 1 ' , , 31,31-, Q 'I X 3 .nfs f' I , ,, . xg -1- - Twp lX'fl!l'f Hill Murray, Bob Huuxsuln, Icrry Ilmncx. l7.lLll I'l.ll'l1lllI1, Iamcx HCI11IlI14!k'V, Lylc Kump, Tern Pull. Hull Stark. Fugcnu L.ll11blJlCX Snuml Row: Carol Ice. Inycc Van l'iUHZL'Il. Gunnar Krinn. Iillgaxhc-th XV1ngctt, Phxllls XVwlsrx. lhn .xt!.lll15, Arnumlo Garza. Wi!I.ml I.c'Cl1lL'llI1L'l'. Lnlx GLQ'lil"lg, Ann Hllllig.ll'1 Tfllflf Roni Elaine Uctz, Lnrclci Iuhnwn, Nancy XVcyrick. Martlu Cuttrcll, lrnnx lTr.1mu. 'I'wyl.1 Rich' munml, Sarah Fultz, I.lI'lL'I Gmrc, QLIITPIFII Maur. I..1RhuQ Hu-bu lfozzrfh Rong' Hill Stauffcr, I..1rry XVilkinmn. Hub Iirculcrt, Ray Iohnwn, Ilun Inhnmn. Ruger lircxncr. lun Pierce, lack Stapleton Iflfllz Roux' Daw Smith. Hob Sclbt, Nell Shady, Iohn R.1ncy, Hurt liuclmn, 1'l.ll'FX Grcpkc, Gary' Ilachlcr 80110171 Raw: Arlem- Dcnig. Nm.: I.'.'.ll11ll1g, H.xrh.1r.1 Byall, Bury C.ll11l7iJLI', S.1mlr.1 ILIFUYIS. I-QIg.1m-r Tracey, Camilla johnson LX .Saphamaaea 1 Ixulxl Twp IQHIKH' Miulmc-l Murphy, Miclmrl lihirrl, Iuhn Young, Clmirlu Schmph, Stcyhcn Lowry KL-ith Higgins. Klux Ihmiw, Mike llcrilrich, Gillvcrt Fuirliulml .Ynnrnl 1Qun': K.irL'n NV.igm-r. 'l'vi'ry l4msQi'iii.iii, lhiviil xVL'lll1L'l', Murtnn lluirll, Russ Springer. Ioliri l,ccgL'i', lhixiil Miller, H.lrriL'l lll1l'lilNCl' 'I'L'1nl Run-: lx'l.lI'lllI'l L1-xy. l.iml.i Viiulyrlwmqli, l,inrl.i licrg, Penny Curlwitt. Ann Brulcincycr, Carol Dick. S.ill5 Millvr, Nnnci Miller lfunrrli 1x'rm': Rwlx-rti lulliurl, .Xlicu Rim, M.irtl1.i Prim-min, PM Sclmuirtz, Curul Boyd, Rmqinaric Scrilwncr, l,incl,i Chirrctt, Alice March lfijffz Roux' Mirlg Rnuswuu, 'llrm Strulwlwg, Glyn Wright, Tim Orn, Nail Shuppcll, Skip Munn, Toni Purlu-cr. llulw XXv4!l'lilU.lI'l, Lcwlir Richcrwn Milf: IJun': lbmnc l,I'll1lNUlI'l. Sligirnn Uhrick, lufly Wumlurcl, Helen Scitz, lumly Ormiston, Linda Sliulilick. .'Xl'lilI'L'.l Smith, Tom Smlil, Nurnmn Sprague Sllffllh Razr: Myrna Tipuin, Ann Sullivan, Illini Wilclyy, Luretm Schwcigcl, Kay Owens, Mcriclith Welch. Lynm Vnnllixcr, Phyllis Swain, Peggy Rollings liuftfmz Run-: Mriry Stivcrsnn, K.uhy NVnmlxvnr4l. Carul Sarlcs, Mary Vnnderipu. Kit Payntor, Iunst Rushcll, Mairthu Z.1nnlcr, Ihrlcnc Stanek. Beverly Slmiycr S aaa Top Rout: Terry Tipton. Kenneth Wirral, Vincent Ikirkk, Rtihcrt W.irii, Iuhn Weikcl. Dwight Nmh. Danny VVilkinwn, Orxiliu Anclnrmn, Tmlii Dinuvu Smnml Rum: Duilgkis Munson, Inincn Dm. Harvey Atkiinx, Noel Hcnxchcn. Kenny Millcr. Ikixiil Rickman. August Mayer, Richard Crew, Arntilil Shmit-r Third Row: luck Schcrsuhcl, Tum King, Mtiri.in Rmc, Mcligi Sixxiiilncr, Ruth Ftirlci. llirul Coulter, S.intly Fnincc. Iutli H.itiin, Huh Schmitt lfnnrflz Row: Cgiml Hitzcztmn. Ciithcrinc Liimhcrt. I.inict- Arnm, I7cwn.i Richmond. Linicc Hiitixcr, Kathi-r Sims, Sui' Gimltnt-i', Susi: Littlur, Sue Davis Fifth Row: Henry Ilchncr, Gary Crtiwfnrtl, Ikiviti Kimingcr, Ronnie: Ilcnschcn. Lanny Iuhnwn. Dick Iutt, lnhn Gulygix, Bnb Fey, Iaints Liittimorc .Sixth Rout: Hutch Munn, Morris Pantry, Chuck Fluugh, Ronnie Recd. VVilIiirtl Dichm. lcrry licgler, Pat Evans, larry Cuuffman. hint-N Gnllixt-r. Victor Fclgtr Srrrnrlz Roux' Clziricc Long, Phyllik Hcrahbcrger, Glurm Fischer, Dorothy Bcntz. Etlith Bell. Sharon Ctiudill, BJl'i7L1l'.l Hcmlinger, Sh.1mn Brandt, Fruncu Hitrs, Derry l.t-sh Bolmm Row: Ianet Barker, Nancy Maloney, luanitri Lambert. Iunc Cinder, Mary Ann Cook. Iofmnti Harrold, Shirley Decker, Diane Laden, Sandy McCoy, Pat Hawkins Page Thirtccn fc ,N Pagt' Fourtccn Twp Row: lirlwartl lacksun, Ilavitl Mock, Icflcry King. Bill lirnst, Ierry Nahrwultl, Rrinaltl O'Bricn. llaiitl llurnt-ll, Nclsun Critlcr S1-tmnl Roux' Ilaiitl Mcntlcnliall, Rfinmc Britlgc, Davitl Kump, Kenneth lim-I, Oric Zcllcrs, lack Grithth, Stew 'l't-grim-yur. lim Ihuwty, Dun ltnltins Thin! Kunz' lack France, Inlin Murray, Rt-ith Graves, Richartl Morton, Frctl Bright, Tum Dominy, Charles Ktrlly, Ruhcrt Strauss, Fritz Krusu, XVcntlull Summurs lfnrfrlh lfnuu' Carul Grcsn, lhinna Ican Zclt, Sally Atkison, Barbara Stallsmith, Atltlic Buntl, Betsy lingt-lman, Bt-vt-rly Turner, Gaylt- Hnfivur, Paulinu Talbott, lunt' Dt-utcr lflfzlr Ruzzn' Cunnic lfranlic. Santly Buaman. Darlene Iuhnson, Nancy Davis, Marilyn Dclaanccy, Chcre Custancc. Marinrit- Cutirtiity, Mclanit' Swank, Susie Christie, Billic Ann Blush Sfxlh Row: Ilick Shatfncr, Iaiuis Wright, lim Parr, Ruliin Millar, Robert Mullans, Dave Schaefer. Roger Mcliinncy, lulin Bruncr, Robert Grimm-s, Charles Nuttcrficlcl, Msrlc Rice, Ilavitl Stump .Nif'l'!'IlIl1 Rum: Wuntlull Bennett, Lawrcncc Stahlcr, Glen Atlams, Marvin Buskirk. Kent Burris, Melvin Bit-bur. Rrinnit- Martz. Alan Blantnn. Tum Burris, Rifhartl Brcitlerl lfigfirfz Kona' Thcmn libel, Dennis Iiuughman, Dunna Anglin, Sheila Shupe, Kaye Snider, Collccn Mrvsshurg, Barbara Stcinhachcr, Inrry 'I'lininpkins, Bob Murray. Lynn Scrogham Xlnfh Roux' Deanna Mclching. Shirley Mclching, Penny Innes, Mary Wagner, Sara Harris, Carnl Emerick, laiis Inhnson, Barbara Allyn, In Ann Omni, Sharun Blomnficlcl Buflnn1 Row: Iutly Matz, Nati Galian, Barbara Sheets, Iutly Bly, Sancly Grcpkc, Susan Gcntis, Shirley Borotl, Patricia Wilkinson, Kay Wilmot, Iudy Maitlcn Zzfzoifamen Top Row: Bob Young, Ronnie Nieman, Gene Custance, Leonaral Lutle, Lester Taylor, Charles Iiickhntl. Don Bowery, Orin Simpson, Ruxsell Allison, Bill Roberts Stroud Raw: Don Harz, Tom Hrunx, Charles Kellogg, Dick Sherwood, Tom Goggank, Dick Cahoon, Ronaltl Ehrman. Donaltl Walclrop, Iohn Churchwartl, lion Schooleraft Tlzirn' Rum: Bob Boxell, Larry Maclclen, Lenny Iiurnx, Icrry Furniw. Larry Ehrman. Iimmy Mile. Orlyn Meier, Norman Crilex, Carl Weaver. Maurice Allen lfunrfh Rauf: Ruth VViegman, Diana Maher, Lois Gritler, Annette XVilkie. Betty Cochran, Arlene Fox. Sheila Crow. Iumly Miller, Diane Hevel, Snnalra Lechleitner Fifth Row: Nancy Lee, Iutly Stark. Gelainc Listenlwergcr, Sandra Brunxon, Sonia Werker. Elaine Krcwxon. Marilyn Iacobs. Virginia Lowe, Geraldine Miller, Janet Keller Sixlh Roux' Steve Iohnaon, Scott Putt, Howartl XVelch, Larry XVittr:, Iames Eilwartls, Rohert Gochringcr, Ilaviml France, Davicl Knohlauch, Donald Bell, Iohn Rollings .Vfrenzlz Row: Richartl Crzince, Dick Colhcrg. Charles Churchwartl, Gene Kapp, Linda Iiroxon. Hutch Knispel, Ietl Allen, David St. Iohn, Don Hamilton, Ierry Springer Elghllz Row: Bill Dick. Robert Sullivan, Lcc XVQI5 nc Tracey, Danny Weaver, lim Springer, Kay Surface. Tom Lcuvengoocl, Don Howard, George Perri, Gary Iishelman Xinrh Raw: Eclna McCartney, Lynne Parks, Iuclith Knepper, Suzi' Cook. Ianct Carqen, Ioanna Dantz, Gloria lean Troops, Dorothy Mix, Iulianne lsenharger. Sharon Rohay Rollom Rauf: Mary Herber, Sandra Foss, Sharon lohnaon, IBIICI XVctzcl, Iulic Gustin, Mary Iillen Shaull. Judy Bodigan, Sharon Gebhart, Marilyn Mitchell, Lillie Dannellk Page Fiftu n H ,,,..-.w ,. , .lf XX IL ' D! xg' NX 5 5 WW V pf' QULQQQ B A 3 M ff sq 3 in Y 'YL W' YR N Q of A ff 1 Q VL M1 ' . ,?2 A - x ff ff m ,Q K -if f 22 R 'I Z, I - xl ff! S502 To Wm 1 W N5 J C2 650 x Q? c,C. 317, fffpl QA LCQQ icq 'hz 1-267, yx f 72- , .- 114 Q 'KW A Q50 HEAR I Ml, X , MMN? ' QW-N35 N WYE, A,1. - , VAJ L, MQ? UW My X Lg mwwmmm f WU W' M n LQNQXNGQUQQW w 1 My lg' 4 DN-, A I IIN, Q! E045 Y W5 ne! you Op! A5005 ,NN YN , Q , ,' ' I If Mx , 36 X JIM ' xY ,Y is X J ' H 1 gg E. lfv 7 W pi' SX my SDN' W W J g X V fn! f X N ' 2? iii gg is 5 iw ' ix , A X w V W UE -Tim 3 NE' E5 ,e.iQfiE 2 QQ: Q3 f S H g3QiLs?f:Q O, psi ,QQSQFQ -23:1 1 'M N. A Y I .Qi .cfggf-' , -..A - f iii !f 'Q W1 'ERS 5 1 if . E 1 f F 3: I S55 f . D Y 2 :X . . 'rw' i . 1 -.1 1 1 A 3 , ' Q I v E 3 , X- ! S S 5 . Y 1. Q S Q k . . 5 L- L KGS X, Rf QQ -' in .... s.. - '-" 'Ni' QA , ymmzbk 153 H 4,,X Y X bfi X x Q N 3 X :- - wg-. . - 1-ik, Q1 X -X ,r 1 ,- WW .1 .' misjr Page Eighteen Hard as nails, tough as bricks We're the class of fifty-six. 0 ficeu Lloyd Hyde ..... .......... n....... P r esident Peter Eckrich ....dd. ....,..,...,,..-. V ice-President Beverly McMullen .... .... R oom 16, Secretary-Treasurer Ianet Donahue ..... .... R oom 25, Secretary-Treasurer Anita Roser .... ........ ........ R 0 om 14, Secretary-Treasurer We .fauqld Dig that cool convertible-pink and charcoal! . . . Notice! The numbers change as we move along .... Arnold, the Hy catcher, seven with one blow! . . . That blessed 3:11 bell! . . . Annie pictures all morning .... B-R-E-A-C-H, as in "tear" .... You infinitesimal Worm, you! . . . Which-navy blue or royal blue caps and gowns? . . . . White tassels for us! . . . May I have your senior picture? Miss Falls, do you have some chewin' gum? He's a wheel? We Gay! Do you have a home room? . . . Peanut butter for lunch again. . . . You may go to the blue room .... He got a Hat top and then. had his picture taken .... Gum chewing-jug three days! . . . Those running seventh and eighth graders! . . . More money for senior stuff .... Take this dictation .... Clear your desks-a full sheet of paper .... No Christmas dance .... Now you tell me .... School on january 2? . . . No! . . . If I don't get my chemistry done, I can't go! . . . Blue Monday! . . . 2C3H5 QCUHMCOZJ2- 16302-114CO2-11OH,O! - t 4e,!.vwrw 2 ' v Q y 1 ,- ,aw my Q, 84? X S .,., ,..,f ..,,, l g ,, v'f" g... 3?fnv..U XX ff? tw X 1. 275151 1lIl on fm f n .1 .Q Y Q .,. ..-ww-u. - fin wi ' fgjx . N: ,Q ..f"'f2Q1.. X fx 9 as-ff M wwfid' X QE! 'N balk ,NNN Q X we X yx :V -, .4 X X X X NS Q! N F Q Q ii , .,.-'. .. Q , 'L' . . an E11 ':. ' ' ' "'kx"'f'-u:s,'QtQK . . ., ru, . Ga X' f 1' k 'I , ' I .. x A , E- .-L. . -1' H ffiy - 'Z '. 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Real Cram Club, Commercial Club, Phi-Chem Club, E in Cafeteria VVorking CAROL LYNET-ISE BECK Speech Club, Commercial Club, GUS Club, E in Glue Club anal Real Croes ROBERTA LOU HECKMAN GUS Club, Commeacial Club, Real Crow Club, li in Nature Club DICK BEERMAN Remerye Basketball, Reil Cram Club, GUS Club, Commercial Club, li in liooater Club LARRY LEE BLAIR Safety Council Presialent, Iunior Clam President Hunincn Manager of .JDICJNCE Soph. Year, Veep of PliifChem Club Iunior Year, Amsistant Ealitor of .-IDICJNCE Iunior Year PETE M. BOND Veep of Frchhman Class, Vanity Babketball, Phi-Chem Club. GUS Club, li in Rifle anal Varsity BILL BRANSTRATOR Commercial Club. GUS Club, Rail Crum Club IUDITH DIANE BREINFALK GUS Club, Commercial Club, Real Cross Club Hall Monitor, E in Booster Club NORMA IANE BRICKER Commercial Club, GUS Club, Real Croes Club Prom Committee, E in Booster Club EDNA LOU BROWN Prom Committee, ANLIBRUM Staff, Commercial Club, GUS Club, Real Cross Club IANICE DIANE BROXON E in Band, GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Y-Teens, Commercial Club IERRY BUCI-IAN Phi-Chem Club, Red Crow Club, GUS Club ARLENE BUSKIRK Parliamentarian of F.T.A., Vrcp of G..-LA. Iunior Year. E in Hand, Speech Club, GUS Club RITA KAY BYERS Booster Club. Glee Club, Real Cross Club. GUS Club, Commercial Club DAVID A. CHURCHWARD .INLIBRUJI Staff, Rc-ml Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club. GUS Club, E in Booster Club IERRY WILLIAM CLER Red Crrm Club. GUS Club, Commcrcml Club, Intramural, E in Bumlcr Club TERRY If. CRIDER Intramuml Sports BEVERLY CROSS Home Ec Club, GUS Club, Rell Crum Club. Commerci.1l Club IUDY LOUISE CUMMINGS E in Bomtcr Club. Member uf Chuir, Commurcial Club, Rcrl Crum Club ROSIE DAVIS Natura Club, GUS Club, E in Glee Club and Iiomtcr Club, Red Cross Club EDVVARD A. DAVISON President of Glen Club, GUS Club. Homin-r Club, E in Glcc Club, Real Cross Club DONALD DITZENBERGER Red Crms Club, GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club IANET LUCILE DONAHUE Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Clans, Secretary-Treasurer of Home EC Club, E in Home EC, Speech Club. Rcd Crow Club ROGER IPUANE DOWNING GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Photography Club, Red Crow Club DOROTHY L. EASTES GUS Club, E in Home Ec Club, Commercial Club, Red Crow Club fx CI 1 bxlf ZW M Wy ImuQHQIQQQHQMQQLEMQIEQQ'mu Z? ,maya .M 45151 Jail? n ,Zami J' A 1951, Z W gg KRS MMM! aw ,!ffff2fm"dwfw, X ' xf fffdfig? WMACZZ4 dwg! X fy JZWW' cj fig! KJJZZQQNZJ 53113223 oi, fflwmwdi sw govijeifiy if wax-A W Mmm? ww W 3 X GX Q23 ww , em QR Z km WWJW Q Air mp, wo 'Dww 600 ff-Eiiiiffi-?fi . L , . , , - M91 k, ,lf' if ' CLf77lJ.fJ M . gf f my .1 ff M4 - ffifwamw W KE? 0 W W .. N ' 'what' , ,,, .... .1-V , me QQA llll 'vi Nur-...f T 1 fl Y., l 4 5 4. C 'afjifjf Z J 1 9 i , ff t g, 7 l M. QR JV 4 . PETER ECKRICH Veep of Senior Class, President of Booster Club President of Rifle Club, Speech Club, Debating Team and N.F.L. CAROLYN EICKHOFF President of Home Ec Club, Social Chairman of Tinker Y, Prom Committee, F.T.A. Historian, E in Glec Club and Home Ev: Club BRUCE ALLEN EVVING Red Cross Club, Commercial Club, E in Booster Club, GUS Club, Intramural LOLA FEE GUS Club, Commercial Club, Red Cross Club, Home Ec Club, Phi-Chem Club ANN DEE FERGUSON F.T.A. Librarian, Commercial Club, Rcd Cross Club, GUS Club, Nature Club BARBARA IOAN FLEEK F,'l'.A. Song Leader, Prom Committee, Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club, G.A.A. GUY FOLTZ, IR. E in Varsity Basketball and Booster Club, GUS Club Treasurer, Red Cross Club, Track Team F. RICHARD GARLAND E in Varsity Sports. Varsity Baseball, Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club IAMES B. GAST E in Specch Club, Prom Committee, Rel Cross Club, Vecp of GUS Club. Treasurer of N.F.L. THOMAS F. GIQBHART Treasurer of Commercial Club, li in :IDl".4NCE, Phi-Chem Club, .'IiYLIBKU.lI Staff, GUS Club ROSALIE MARIE GREINER Commercial Club, Red Cross Club, E in Cafeteria Vlforking MARVIS IEAN GREPKE Nature Club, Red Cross Club GUS Club NEIL GRIDER E in Rifle Club. Mechanics IEANNETTE GUDAKUNST GUS Club, Commercial Club, Red Cross Club DONALD E. HABER Red Cross Club, GUS Club, Track Team HOWARD D. HAMILTON Veep of N,F.L., Golf Team, GUS Club, Booster Club, Intramural Basketball VVARREN HEER GUS Club, E in Booster Club. Red Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club BRUCE E. HIGGINS Sycamore H.S.. Blue Ash, Ohio, Lee Edwards H.S., Asheville. N. C., South Side H. S., Fort Wayne, Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club IAMES DAVID HITZEMAN Veep of Rifle Club, E in Rifle Club. GUS Club. Student Manager, Red Cross Club ANNA KAY HOWARD Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club, E in Band, Y-Teens, Home Ec Club IANET E. HOWELL Exchange Editor of .4DI':INCIi. News Reporter for .1Dl'.-INCE. E in Red Cross and Hume Ec, PlII'ClIL'lII Club BETTY HURSH .-INLIBRUM Stall, Veep of Booster Club, Prom Attendant, President of F.T.A., Rc-d Cross Council, GUS and Phi'Cht-m Clubs LLOYD HYDE President of Senior Class. President of GUS Club, Treasurer of Iunior Class, Sports Editor of .JDIC-INCE, Varsity Basketball PAT IOHNSON Ii in Rifle Club, Red Cross Club TOM IOHNSON Red Cross Club PAUL EUGENE IUSTUS E in Proiectionist Club, Phi-Chem Club, Red Cross Club, Veep of Ir. Academy of Science KENNETH G. KAUFFMAN E in Band and Rille Club, President of Band, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club NORMAN KELLER GUS Club, Intramural. Red Cross Club, Track Team VVARREN E. KNEPPER Red Cross Club, Nature Club, GUS Club, E in Track and Cross Country DORCAS KNOBLAUCH E in Glee Club and G.A.A., GUS Club. Commercial Club, Prom Committee, .AINLIBRUM Stal? 413.5 W-5 CHARLES G. LEE E in Intramural, GUS Club. Red Cross Club NANCY SUE MCCAGUE Bomtcr Club, Rifle Club, Commercial Club, GUS Club, Real Cross Club NILA MCMAHON Ii in Booster Club, GUS Club, F.T.A., Phi-Cham Club, .-INLIBRUM Stuff BEVERLY SUE MQMULLEN Prom Qut-cn, ,INLIBRUAI Stall. Sccretary of Suniur uncl luniur Clauses. Ii in Buohtt-r Club, Vt-np of Nuturc Club SHIRLEY ANN MADDEN Secretary of Cfmimcrciul Club. Prom Attcnmlnnt Ii in Hooatcr Club, Reel Cross Club. GUS Club RICHARD E. MA LDENEY GUS Club. Rt-tl Crum Club RONNY l. MA LONEY GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Cummt-rci.1l Club, l'mm Cummitrcc, E in Rillc Club GENE E. MANN GUS Club, Rell Cross Club DONALD FRANK MARCH North Sicle. Furt XVQIIDC. Franklin High, Purtluml, Orc. IOAN RITA MERRILL GUS Club, Rctl Crow Club, Glcc Club, Cummcrcinl Club, E in Nuturt- Club CAROL ROSE MESHHERGER GUS Club, Commercial Club, Speech Club, Rell Crum Club, Prom Committee EUGENE RUSSELL MIl.l.liR New I-Iuvcn High Schnnl. GUS Club, Rt-tl Cross Club DAVE MONTGOMERY It-ffcrson Ccntcr High School, President of Phi-Chem Club, Prom Committee. Rtwrvu Basketball, E Club IANET L. NAVALTA GUS Club, Red Crow Club IOYCE ELAINE NIEMAN Hand Trcamrcr, E in Bantl, Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club, G.A.A. PENELOPE IO NULL E in Glee Club and Nature Club, E in Red Cross and Yell Leading, Veep of Glee Club, Prom Attendant, President of Nature Club Iunior Year DONALD I. PERL Red Cross Club, Intramural Basketball, Commercial Club, GUS Club, E in Rifle Team KATHERINE PLATT Prom Attendant, E in Booster Club, Secretary of GUS Club. Commercial Club, Retl Cross Club IOHN POFFENBERGER Glee Club Freshman Year, Band Two Years, Red Cross Club ALLEN POORMAN Varsity Basketball, Hall Monitor, E in Varsity Sports and Red Crow, GUS Club. Glee Club XVILLIAM E, RATHGABER E in Booster Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Commercial Club IANICE RICHARDSON Red Cross Club, GUS Club, Coimm-rcial Club. F.T.A., Y-Teens TEXAS K. ROOF E in Booster, .4Dl':INCE, Student Manager. ANLIBRUJI Staff, Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club, Varsity Basketball ANITA L. ROSER Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class, President of Commercial Club, Seeretary'Trea5urer of Phi-Chem Club, Nc-wa Editor of .-IDI'.4.'YCE, Prom Attendant IOHN ALAN ROSER Red Cross Club, Speech Club, GUS Club, E for Student Manager VIOLET M. SAYLOR GUS Club, Commercial Club, Nature Club. Red Cross Club LORENE SUE SCHERER Editor-in-Chief of .-INLIBRUJI, President of Spee:h Club, Secretary of F.T.A.. Prom Attendant, Member of Central Safety Committee ANN ELAINE SCHLEMMER E in G.A.A., Commercial Club, Glee Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club MILDRED E. SCHMIDT Captain of Twirling Corps, Treasurer ot G.A.A.. ANLIBRUM Staff, Band Secretary, E in Glee Club, G.A.A., Twirling LINDA LOUISE SCI-IOENEMANN ANLIBRUIW Staff, E in G.A.A., Booster Club, GUS Club, Prom Committee, Secretary of G,A.A. A 13-rf leaf" 1 '33 i ne. 4 -..L. Ya-, MARILYN L. SCHOENEMANN President of G.A.A., Veep of Commercial Club E in Booster, Red Cross, G.A.A., GUS Club, ANLIBRUIU Staff LOREN SCRIBNER Varsity Basketball, GUS Club, Band, Phi-Chem Club, Red Cross Club LOUIE SEIBT GUS Club, Rifle Club, Track, Captain oti Intramural Basketball ERVIN D. SICKAFUS E in Band, GUS Club, Rt-tl Cross Club ARLIENE FRANCES SIMS E in Nature Club. Glee Club, GUS Club, Commercial Club, Red Cross Club RICHARD IOHN SIMS Red Cross Club, E in Varsity Sports, GUS Club, Glce Club, Baseball Tt-am IOHN E. SKINNER Ii in Varsity Sports. GUS Club, Real Cross Club BURT SMITH Red Cross Club, GUS Club, Photography Club, E in Booster Club, Phi-Chem Club DOYLE SMITH Nature Club, GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Bus Committee of the Safety Council HALERY SMITH Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Captain of Cross Country Team, Glce Club. Prom Committee RONALD D. SNYDER Veep of lunior Class, Prom Committee, Track, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball CLAUDIA SOUTHWORTH li in Home EC Club, E in Red Cross Club, GUS Club, Speech Club, Commercial Club DICK SPAI-IR GUS Club, Retl Cross Monitor, Ii in Booster and Phi-Chem Clubs DARLENE SPICE Ii in Nature Club, Red Cross, Ii in Booster Club and Choir, Treasurer of Nature Club, GUS Club, Commercial Club MARCIA ANN SPRAGUE Ii in Recl Cross Club, Head Monitor, GUS Club, Commercial Club, Prom Committee 9 NEIL SPRINGER ' Veep of F.T.A., GUS Club, E in Band, Intramural, Red Cross Club MIKE STAGG Booster Club, GUS Club, Commercial Club, Red Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club RODERICK STRAHM GUS Club, Commercial Club, Phi-Chem Club, Prom Committee, Art Monitor WILLIAM STRAUSS E in Rifle Club, GUS Club. Intramural, Speech Club WILLIAM STREETER Varsity Basketball, Booster Club, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Track Team LARRY STULTS GUS Club, Phi-Chem Club, Booster Club, Red Cross Club, Business Mgr. of .JDIEINCE OLIVER I-I. TALBOTT Huntertown High School, GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Track Team. Glue Club ANNABELLE TAYLOR ANLIBRUJI Staff. Gus and Red Cross Clubs, Phi-Chem Club, F.T.A., E in Booster Club NANCY ELIZABETH THIEME E in G.A.A., Red Cross Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club, GUS Club CAROLE SUE VANDERIPE Feature Editor of the ADI",-I.'YCE, Prom Committee. E in Booster Club. Phi-Chem Club, GUS Club ANN VVALKER Phi-Chem Secretary-Treasurer Iunior Year, Booster Club, Red Cross Club, E in Glee Club, GUS Club CHARLES A. WEISENBURGER GUS Club, Red Cross Club, Speech Club, Exchange Editor of ,-IDV.-INCE Iunior Year SUZANNE CAROL WIEI-IE Red Cross Club, .JNLIBRUJI Staff SALLY IO YVILSON E in Home Ee Club, GUS Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club, Red Cross Club CHARLES WIRE Red Cross Club, Phi-Chem Club, Track Team, Photography Club, GUS Club , I fm 'TI'-s lie, DIANNE Llili XVOODWARD South Side High School. Art Club at South Side, Rel Cross Cjub, Cfiimnc-rcinl Club af ROY ll. YOUNG E in Glu- Club, GUS Club, Rt-il Cross Club 4 2 7'L0piCGl luaonfiqfzl' SHARON IRENE WOOLDRIDGI' E in Booster Club, Rifle Club, Commercial Club, Nature Club, Y-Tcens ANITA ZANDER E in Booster Club ,INLIBRUIH Staff, Commercial Club, Veep of G.A.A. and G.A.A liugc Thirty-two PROM QUITEN AND AT'I'lTNDAN'l'S Smmling: Penny Null, Shirley Madden, Lorena Scherer, Betty Hursh, Katherine Platt, Anita Roser Seated: Queen Bt-vcrly McMullen LIBR UM slag Nmzzdlzzg: Marilyn Schoenenmnn. undercldss editor .ind typist: .-Xnn.1 Belle hlhylur. xcnior editor: Dorcris Knohluuch, typist :md club editor: Anim Zandt-r, undcrclaisg editdr .ind typigtz I2dn.i Hmwn. Lll'lLiCl'CI.l55 editor .ind typist: Mildred Schmidt, underclriss cditur .ind typist: Lluyil Hide. picture cditur .ind buy! bporlsi Tux Roof, buys' sports .ind picturt cdltur: Ihivt' Cliurciixnird. Liyuut .ind picture t-ditur: I,ind.1 Schuenemann, typm .incl club editor Smrf1l': Beverly McMullen, wninr editnr .ind picture t-dilnr: Lurenc Sulicrt-r, ulitur-iii-cliief .md picture editor: Betty Hursh, senior cditnr: Suzanne Wiehe, Senior editor .ind club editor: Tom Gebhart, meniur cditur .ind subscription manager l".igt Thirty-Three 'x . :VXI 4. V f -rxwixii ' + Y .5 x E' , 'Q' . ,W ff, 1.1 .Qi fi -A .a I A A Q a -Q 3' e si 45 Q N J 'Sw X C3 , 5 x N- P, K -x 'X' af 'uw -gi ., 'Q K S51 'RQ' , - QW. s,' We' f 5, xi- ,. mn .Rl I X XV QR Q -' M Q XM 1.-+71 X. M, N f . ' .- NX LS' -5 Ngmg, xx -ff xy Y Q' L 'INF 'X' , X . . ..,.x.. ' fl' 'I x 1, - . nv -mf W-, ' 'Q ' H x v. W- ' ,, "'1i.,'sg x---f ' ' ' .95-1 - Y 1 w .'-'z5'VQSq..:.' .af -P, ' Y 1 . -aw,-W .-w-n.. . ll ":-- 1' ' ! If N i il 4, . Q-'-' , - U ' - X - J 1. 3 N 1 ,"'J.T' fx P' , .q mug A . I. l 1. 6 v n 51' '5 a 1133 :Wm 5 j 5 A-Qglfaprsxr. 'Ti' 54. . " 1 . I -7 ' ,gf N 2 fi!! if I f . 4 fffwl , Lf 1 fx- ' ' I ' . AL iv, ,R - X5 - X Ex IMI Hia. ,V X . H+' ,,,g' ' ' 1 , ,J S f., , ' J , f Nix Mg QH1 ., l 'lx-. "pi :Le FSH xr. .-. I-3-'2 5.- fg .1 2 x. u, -- 1. yn D nf 5355 -1. n 6 tr .' 333 F6 , n -1,30 'luis Sv -Jgvv' N'g"W"-Manx, u i -A it H .- N, 14 1 4 r s, Sf K : S w " 1 L -X ff. , . QWIQQ ' c A ,gi Q X ' ' 1 a P ' 4+ 3 - . , ,. 's - 1 4 A , ' A wf QT Wigfffiwwgiggp Qi? K Fi QQWWMM A pW Wffwq 3553? J V i le I! Q! aw , . X V' M If X gi. 3 QQMZMMWMP 332 REX M f wf J E - XX I W M3 UQOMX4 W? lg YW ' iw Sfyifjji 9395 X '30 'ix imgxljgy yv 3Qf?f5E?SX w s'if'NTi-A . lr fl FQ! -N35 X , XJ g 3 ra fy! i X w,,x, 1,4 W1 QIUJ, Wy! Ivy IL! ' ,fl ,J ,J ,J IJ . ' f ,ffl iflffamenld la .1 X! fi ' ff? ememiefz. 1 1 I' Q , : vi .I , . W I , 1955-56 1 . lDCtb'ber 22- Nature Club Roller Skating Party I hlovembei' 12 - Red Cross Dance December 27-23 - Holiday Tournament January 16-17 - Final Exams! Ianuary 19-20 - County Tourney February 5--P. T. A. Fish Fry X February 8 -jr. Town Meeting with Portland February 11 - Choir Dance February 12 - Band Concert AA Q February 13 - February 29 - Speech Tournament at Elmhurst Red Cross Talent Show March 2 - Sophomore Party -- Pastels in Rhythm March 10 - Speech Club Party March 23 - E Club Dance April 15 - Dramatics Class Play April 20 - Frosh Party April 21 - Iunior Prom - Southern Fantasy May 4 - Band Party May 5 - GUS Club Party May 11 - Home EC Club Banquet May 12 - Senior Banquet May 18 - Senior Day May 19 - Commercial Club Banquet May 20 - Baccalaureate May 25 - Commencement Page Thirt Page Thirty-eight mfs em Lloyd Ilyde. president: Kathcrint- Platt, secretary: lim Cast, vicespresitlentg Guy Foltz, treasurer The GUS Club, sponsored by Mr. Iohn Arnold, takes various field trips to public institutions each year for the beneht of gaining a better understanding of our government and social problems. This year the club consists of one hundred and thirty students. Mr. Arnold, at the end of the second semester, presents keys to the following students: one key to each student excelling in government, U. S. history, sociology and to the student who has made the most improvement during the year. A key is also presented to one student for outstanding leadership in social studies: this student is also honored by having his name engraved on a beautiful trophy, along with the names of those who have excelled in past years. pfzi- efzem 6 ui Phil Snnltr, vice-president: llavitl Montgomery. prt-sitlcnt: Anita Rostr. s.:i'ctary-tresszirer Members of Miss Ruth Wimmer's chemistry classes and Mr. Floyd Middleton's physics class either past or present make up the Phi-Chem Club. The club is a very active one. The central idea of the club is to promote a more wholesome interest in science. The members go to science meets and science fairs. The club as a group or individuals may enter projects in the science fairs. The main activity of the club is its field trips when the members tour local factories. The Phi-Chem Club also operatrs the coke machines in the cafeteria and sells coke at the basketball games. The cltib uses the proceeds to finance its college scholarship program. Q. 4. ,Q Carol Ice, organized sports: Marilyn Schocnemann, president: Mildretl Schmidt, tfeisurerz Linda Schoencniann, secretary: Analrca Smith, unorganizc-rl sports: Anita Zander, vice- president The Girls' Athletic Association, under the leadership of Miss Violet Wolfe, has been setting a lively pace this year. Each Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoon, these girls could be found participating in such sports as softball, volleyball, and basketball. Unorganized sports such as bowling, swimming, hiking, ice skating and roller' skating keep these girls busy outside of school. A total of 250 points earns a letter. A letter may be earned by participating in unorganized and organized sports. Plaques are also awarded after a total of 550 points have been compiled. It takes approximately two and a half years to earn a letter. -ss. Q . .Q km. --M. vz '-M XQ, ,E illlqv. 1 1 S Q A5 Page Forty Mm A D VA CE slag Starred: Phyllis Spahr, point keeper: Marilyn Delancey, make-up: Anita Roser, news editor' Barbara May, editor-in-chief: Carole Vandcripe, feature editor Sftllllflllgf Tom Strubbe, assistant advertising manager: David Kissinger, circulation manager: Lloyd Hyde. sports editor: Sandra Kellerman, chiet copyreader: Tom Gubhart, adver- tising nianagerg Larry Stults. business manager: Katherine Platt. head typist Under the leadership of Mrs. Mildred 1-Iibben and Mr. Don Frybaclt, the mem- bers of the ADVANCE staff rush madly to meet the monthly deadline. Mrs. Hibben is in charge of the editorial staff while Mr. Fryback keeps the business side of the paper under control. Members of the stalir who have earned 1000 points receive E's at an annual banquet which is held in the spring. Iuniors and seniors who are in the upper third of their class and who have served the ADVANCE well receive pins from Quill and Scroll. a national honorary journalistic society. flfalfaae Glad Penny Null, treasurer: Diane Redding. st-crt-tary: Beverly McMullen, vict--prcsitlcni: Ienny Crance, president Interested in the study of nature? If so. the Nature Club is the club for you to participate in. This club consists of students who have taken or who are taking biology: it is sponsored by Mrs. Lenora Simon Blelte. The schedule of the Nature Club this year has been varied and interesting. It included such activities as a roller skating party, Audubon screen tours, several held trips and the regular school and evening meetings. To gain an E in the Nature Club 225 points are required. These may be gained by taking part in the various activities mentioned. An additional 100 points are needed to earn a pin. Jfame gc Glad Ianct Donahue. sccrt-tary-treasurer: Carolyn liickhotl, president: Carolyn Meyers, stu.lpnt adviser: Nancy Vlleyrick, vice-president Mrs. Marion Deahl is the sponsor of the Home Ec Club. The girls began this year by selling stationery to malte money for the awards to be presented. They concluded the 1955-56 year with their traditional mother and daughter banquet. Letters and awards were presented to the girls who had earned them during the year. Senior girls belonging to the club for four years received silver thimbles. 4 I 1 v I 1 1 ' E I ll Y, n V I f,f .1 I., 'arf A , . X rn.. If I,.- A ,v, llllll' ef' L 1 '1 1. yi -K w 1 up . ' . ,U fi Y, fr , 1 1 ' , UL.. 5 I : "hu ,pa ii- n 2 3 3 ml' 2. , .:..W.. M! QI! f: 3 ,Q 7'1"- Amzry ,kg QA' K' 'U'S+f'N" ,f . :Tiff . N' . lil -f w Q 1. .. W SQ' , x ,, g VTWV' 'Af' , Y, gg Ng . 11 , R . .. W X V a' A r in 1 Y V Q - . V -11" V-I I ' 'S ,. : N 5 X , , -I Q' ' ' w 5 ig W fl 5 I ' 5. I V " ' - . f IH --'-f H - , X qu 'U L ff' '- ,. ' ' 'I " W 0 11 ' . :fu '5 Wx 1 F' , 14' L' . ' 2' ' 4 EI 1. gi r ' If V W . I W T' W A.. , if ' . ' I 1' ' 0 Q ...gg-.fS""s " 'nf . . fl ' ' ' ' 1 , fb." f - 5 f - . -Til : ax Z ,xg xg 52, -- f-l -, my Q , M , f fx ,I H .1 , , Q U A 'ffl L A. . x , . y Y :E ,fx XX ' Q .fi 5 'N-hi .5 wwf '12"' W' , Y, 'V gigfg? ff? 'AEN - . fl 5' f . Eff ' SL, V ia 'WJ' - I W KT W lx 7-' ' ' " -' ' 1- it .3 - X V ex - x 1 "2 D V , 55 I , 4 Q- . lg? ,4 T . . . , 4. . , 1 K if f" gif' -I QQ- V g ' :S 'jg - ray- . 'K I h y N ' ', - . ' W: g P " 1 fi? I f6q - J Q Y- I K : EQ fx :i N , f A :Y 1 6 M ma. 0 A fm I Ma x J U Y ' v ,,x , , Top Row: A. Sims, C. Krinn, I. Carsten. A. Poormtin, M. Buskirk, D. Nash. li. Davison, I, Dt-gler, R. Young, C. Hitzcman, H. Kokosa Second Rong' P. Null, P. Hawkins, M. Patterson. S. McCoy, I.. Berg. R, Scribner, A. Bond, II. Ford. L. Van Diver. D. Stanek. I. Miller Third Rout C. Southworth. S. Grepke, M. Iacobs, B. Campbell, H. Gillingham, N. Lee, P. Schwartz. B. Cochran, I. Stark, I. Isenbargcr, B. Shroyer. S. Gcbhart Fourth Row: R. VVare. A. Sullivan, I. Ormiston, S. Burgan, I. Raney. R. Harman. H. Smith, R. Sims, B. NVacholz, A. Smith. M. L. Van Osclale. S. Bobay Frffh Row: N. Maloney, C. Beck. K. VV.1gner, I. Merrill, I. Schwartz, Ii. Wingett. C. Iohnson, I.. Greider, I. McGuHy. S. Maitlcn. D. Spice Front Roux' G. Listenbergcr, C. Meyer, L. Vunderbosch, li. Krewson, K. Snider. I. Cummings. A. Schlem- mer, G. Miller, N. Thiemt-. R. Byers, S. VVilson. S. Brandt Gfuuh The Choir, directed by Mrs. Kent Kurtz, is composed of hfty-four boys and girls. They are quite active in church and social events. They sang for the Christmas program, in the fall concert and for baccalaureate. The othcers for this year are: Ed Davison, president hrst semester: Penny Null, president second semester: Iohn Raney, secretary: and Liz Wingett, treasurer. c Forty-three Page Forty -four speech was mr nv. 4. za Dave Smith, vice-president of Speech Club: lim Gast, treasurer of N. F. L.: Lurene Scherer, president of Speech Club: Kenny Stevenson, secretary of N. F. L.: Howard Hamilton, vice-president of N. F. L.: Anita Roser, secretary of Speech Club and president uf N. F. L.: Ianet Grote, treasurer of Speech Club The Speech Club and the Elmhurst Chapter of the National Forensic League have Mr. Kent Kurtz as their sponsor. Mainly. members of these clubs take part in district speech and debate contests. Members traveled to speech contests at Howe Military School, Peru, Purdue, Ball State, Kokomo. and Columbia City. On February 18 of this year. Elmhurst played host for one of these speech contests. The newly established debate team has been making a fine showing at debate contests. This year the debaters have participated in around fifty of these contests. The members also are in charge of making announcements over the P. A. This year there were forty-two members in Speech Club fmostly freshmen and sophomoresj. Sixteen of these also have earned membership into the N. F. L. All these activities help improve the speech-making ability of the student. luaqayine eamapaign Ifrour Rum: Donna lean Zelt, i5lll7.l,NIg Carolyn Eickliotl, 573.752 Anna llmligan, i5ltH.lj0g Susie Littler, S7-L75 I-fairly Row: Robin Miller. 5580.751 lim McCoy, E5'l2.lJlIg Tex Roof, 5575.101 Harvey Adams. Sl70.50: Toin Dominy. 570.501 Bruce Ewing, 53170.00 The magazine sales for this year amounted to 357500. The Trojans fell short of their goal of 559000. The high salesman was Harvey Adams with 317050. The next highest salesmen were Bruce Ewing. Donna lean Zelt, Anna Bodigan, lim McCoy, Robin Miller, Tex Roof. Susie Littler, Carolyn Eickhoif and Tom Dominy. This year each home room which sold its quota and had 100 per cent participation in the campaign had a party. Those who had parties were home rooms 14, 16, 25, and 19. The money received from the magazine campaign pays for the assembly programs that the student body enioys throughout the year. The magazine cam- paign is sponsored by Mr. Charles Eickholf. Rec! emu Glad liarbara May. vice-president: Larry I-llair. president: Skip Moon, scc1'Utar5': THIN SIFUNJC. treasurer: Marcia Sprague. head monitor The Red Cross Club, whose sponsor is Miss Ruth Wimmer, boasts a membership of ninety-five per cent of the school enrollment this year. The club is directed by a council consisting of Larry Blair, Lorene Scherer, Sue McSwane, Tom Strubbe, Betty I-Iursh, Skip Moon, Betsy Engelman, Carolyn Doppelt, Anita Roser, Kenny Stevenson, Phil Letsinger, Clarice Long, Paul Iustus, and Albert Askerberg. The club this year put on a talent show for the school and the V. A. Hospital. VR DRIVE CAREFULLY, SAVE A LIFE A Y PQ Q jg is - ' ff .af-V 'NP 9-21' 'Vw M Q , ---,,. 5. fs, ff Ib. 'T' Y' Y - 1 r We X .MM S wx' as 'gr 4,1,Aj4j:kf10f1...3fL11iNf,0Qf'6C, A,,.,,l,..,,,,,: ,af-,,fz"4,,Z.,,1, 'E - ,,, W 1 X QQ, be Y QVWQ A 311 fffif iijgw . 1 gk ST wi J? 'WW 1 X 1 xx 'W WW M1560 vi X 1 1 J E SX I u T111 class 111f111y1av X X J, M My if :111111iig1511113M2f N ' J 4 " 1 11 1111 11111011111011?ga2k Duggan X 1 J, ,,77ggZEf11gg1 31 1 he 14 - M 7 i956M7 , Nw ' ' f 11111 11? g 511111111 YQ N W ,j,MpitEh?i511C,111111111111 M 4-5-7 KN 10 ' ELM? 51? 'W W W ewx Q15 N1 N 15 G51 W , 1 .51 W1 UjL if if Page Forty-six Paafeafzwm' G ad Front Row: Ted Huyette, Harry Grcpke. Charles Flaugh, Robert Schmitt, Richard Cress, David Smith .Vizldle Raw: Charles Kelley, Paul Iustus, Kenneth Bly, Don Schoolcraft, Orlon Meyer, David Masel, Iames Springer, Douglas Munson Buck Row: lerry Nahrwold, Philip Snider, David Inman, Richard It-tt, Charles VVirc, lim Schinbechler, Orville Anderson, Mr. Middleton The students and faculty here at Elmhurst greatly benefit from the movies, record players, slide films, tape recorders, and public address system operated by the Projectionist Club. The sponsor of this club, which consists of about twenty mem- bers, is Mr. Floyd Middleton. Each projectionist works toward receiving a pin, which is given for fifty projections, and then works toward a letter which is given for one hundred projections. Each projectionist can receive three more pins for up to two hundred and hfty projections if he progresses that far. Any responsible male high school student with average grades may become a member of the Projec- tionist Club. eammmcial Glad Anita Roser, president: Marilyn Schoenemann, vice-president: Tom Gt-bhart, treasurer: Shirley Madden, secretary Students interested in business as a career and who attend bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand classes are members of the Commercial Club. This organization one of the largest at E.H.S., is sponsored by Miss Ural Edwards and Mrs. Marcella Goble. The highlight of the year is the annual spring banquet. Award tests are given throughout the year in typing and shorthand. At the banquet, the highest award that a member has earned during the year in typing and shorthand is presented. Special awards are also given to outstanding students in bookkeeping, typing, and shorthand. The othcers for the following year are also announced at the banquet. 7 .liaamaliol efadd Smmfing: Dave Smith, Larry Horoff, lim Cast, Chuck XVeisenburger, Pete llckrich, Carol Mc-shhcrger, Ianet Grote Seated: Elaine Fulghum, Pat Inman, Ianet Donahue, Carol liegk, Elsie Allmandinger "Ouchl Oh!" "Scream louder!" "Oh, come on, you're supposed to be in love with the girl!" These are just a few of the exclamations frequently heard drifting from the Dramatics Class. The Dramatics Class was originated to help students gain appreciation of drama and to offer them a specific phase of speech training. Mr. Kent Kurtz, sponsor of the class, helps the students participate in such activities as pantomimes, skits, impersonations, declamations and plays. Another activity of the class this year has been the construction of scenery for the new stage. This year the productions of the Dramatics Class included the traditional Christ- mas program, a one-act play for the student body titled "Paul Wrecks the Family Car," and a three-act play presented for the public on April 13. a MQ CVR, Ai 'Pda I I vr ix'- Grp '31, ' V ,..- .7-A -in , w1w?'fF9"f 'incur 1 I ff' X y in gi, V141 . Aff-, 5- A juylf . - .Q .,,, , .V V . , 13:54 'A , ' , V .5 - -, .5,3k.f . - . ,I x Vg, -lg 5. a - - . -1' if wi:-:-1 7 'X-73' A gs "iff P- ,Q gf,-.5-,.u 5, -1.-. , 'Pm ' z ...wg K. Q-Ziyi mu gina ,225 3 ei? iziifiziilfi x f-...W K On this page: MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Mr. Eickhoff T. Strubhe, L. Blair, B. Ewing. H. Adams T. Roof PHI-CHEM SCHOLARSHIP FUND R. Spahr, Head Coke Man Y-TEEN OFFICERS D. Redding, historian, S. Isenharger, presi- dentg McGulIy, point keeperg C. Eickhoff social leader: I5. Wachholz, veepg A. Smith secretary: A. B. Taylor, service leader: L Scherer, treasurer, Grote, initiate On the oppofite page: PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB OFFICERS D. Smith, secretary, K. Stevenson, veepg A Askerherg, president F.T.A. OFFICERS Standing: A. Ferguson, lihrarianq A. Buskirk parliamentariang A. Roser, treasurer: IS. Fleelt song leader, C. Eiclqholir. historian Seated: L. Scherer, secretary: N. Springer veepg B. Hursh, president RED CROSS LIBRARY WORKERS RED CROSS SAFETY COUNCIL BAND MEMO Ielfrey King CHAMPION FLYKILLER Tom Gebhart Mr. Arnold Page Forty-eight J' N 3 21V H i X . R R XT -, , X Y ' +Q5S4' 'WWSNIHF -1"-K ...QM -M-1 " X ' ' "' R 's W 2 , A I i . A X. N 9 xx , wN,f5N,g: P. 5- .Ah " 2' 'H X, ,.. , K., 1 x J ..- .. k ,-. wp k-A , ,..-,Xfm-. Q. ' .-, '--an-ffxxf-1 " if xj-was-Q' NWT I x A-xv .pb ...- ...- g g A ji We fwf. Red and Grey Reserves won Hrst game played in new gym Novem- ber 17. We beat Central on November ZS! We like our Trojan head CSee p. 67j. Varsity and Reserves win acclaim for being the ten best dressed men. We were hosts at the Holiday Tournament. Congratu- lations, Sims, for being on All-County Team. In the Sectional Tour- ney the Trojan Five upset the Harlan Hawks in the semi-Finals. Scribner wins trophy for being on All-Sectional Team. Seniors win Class Tourney. Bless the radio announcer's, "No school today"! We GW We lost to South Side in the Sectional Tourney. The Varsity lost to C.C. the first game played in our new gym on November 17. Our Booster Club shirts have to be drycleaned-boo hoo! Stauffer was hospitalized after the Lafayette Central game. The assemblies have been few and far between. No sock hops! Our new parking lot was ' f' d a washout in spring. ' 21 fl'OZCll waste lll the VKIDICI' Zlfl 014447 Preliminary Sophomore Pea-Pickers-30g Freshman Iaguars-Z6 Senior Sizzlers-533 Iunior Tutti Fruitties-7 Final 05 Senior Sizzlers-333 Sophomore Pea-Pickers-7 Page Fitti one Page Fifty-two gaadlea 6 and Raw eaplaimt Front Row: Betty Hursh, vice-president: Pete Eckrich, president: Nancy Deuter, secretary Sfeonrl Rauf: Kurt Eckrich, Anita Roser, Sue McSivane, Beverly McMullen. Phil Snitler Back Row: Sam Leavengootl, Sandy Kellerman, Linda Vantlcrbosch, Ann Kendrick, Gary Schclton The Booster Club had many changes this year. Its new reversible red and white pep shirts added a lot to the tournaments. The club's sponsor is Mr. Elden Stoops. For the Hrst time in its history, the Booster Club opened its membership to freshmen as well as the usual sophomores, juniors and seniors. On the whole, our Booster Club helped start the true Trojan spirit in the new gym at all our home games. Due to the new developments, Booster Club is sure to become bigger and better. Eadeiafl '7eam Hack Rauf: Dwight Nash, limb VVorkman. james Parr, Don Harz, john Brunner, lim Lat- timore llnldlr' Row: john Skinner, Alan johnson, Gus llinovo, Frank Goltlsmith, llill Murray, Russell Allison, Richartl Garland Boiron: Rme: Bill Staurlfer, Dick Sims. Ronny Snytler, jim Dowty. Tom Strubbe, Skip Moon The Elmhurst Trojans finished their 1955 baseball season as runners-up in Allen County. Under the guidance of Coach Don Fryback, the Trojans compiled an impressive five wins and two losses record. Their only two losses were to Harlan in the first game of the season and to Monroeville in the final game of the Allen County Baseball Championship. The batting crown this year went to Bill Stauffer, who held a .-144 average. Other top individual batting averages were: Richard Gar- D C7 land, .-100g john Skinner, .5843 jim Dowty, .5531 james Lattimore, 355. qzeeaa Front Row: jim Hitzeman, vice-president: Ronny Maloney, team captain: Linda Shetltlick, treasurer: Pete Eckrich. president: Don Perl. secretary Back Row: Mr. Reed, Eilith llitltlle, Frank Goltlsmith, Charles Eickhorf. jr., Kurt Eckrich, lioh Schmitt The Elmhurst junior Rifle Club, under the supervision of Mr. N. Ray Reed, has in the past year reaped many laurels in the climb for recognition as one of the most active clubs at Elmhurst. The five rifle team members seated in the front row of the photograph have received their distinguished medals, the highest honor in the National Rifle Association. The team has won -l and lost 1 in regular matches. Culver has inflicted our only loss. In the State Match, the rifie team placed fourth, the prone team placed third. Our standing team placed first in the state. As individuals, Sheddick placed 7 in the state: Eckrich placed 13g Perl placed 163 Maloney, 17. Linda Sheddick also placed 5 in her individual prone and 4 standing. Maloney placed second in state standing. 'wif Page Fifty-four mix E Top Rom: Russell Allison, Iohn Brunner. lim Parr, Bill Dit-hm, Gus Dinovo, Don XValdrop Bulmni Row: Iohn Pttrick, Coach: Gary Crawford, Larry VVitte, Dave Schaefer, Dave Smith, Bob Breidert Th 19'5-'Sl Redefwe geadan e D 1 reserve team wound up with an impressive record of ten wins against six defeats. The Reserves looked particularly good when they defeated North Side and Central Catholic. Central's Reserves squeezed by the Trojans by only one point The leading point makers for the Reserves were all balanced scorersg and although they lacked height. they made up for it in true hghting spirit, which marked many a successful rally. The team is mostly freshmen and sophomores. This fact makes the future hright for Elmhurst having a county crown soon. Name Skip Moon ,,,, Tom Struhbe, ,a Russell Allisonw Gary Crawford . J Tom Purkiser, , , Bill Diehm WM Gus Dinovon- Dave Smith ,-,, Bob Brcidert ,,,. , Dave Kissinger , - , Bill Streeter W , , Dave Schaefer ,,,, , Larry XVitte ,H W, lim Parr, ,,,, , Don VValtlrop, W, Iohn Brunncip, ,- Kenny Stevenson , ELMHURST, , ELMHURST..- ELMHURSTW ELMHURSTWW ELMHURST M ELMHURST - ELMHURST , ELMHURST , ix 42 36 , ,,JJ -ll' 24 27 3-l RESERVE TEAM BASKETBALL ,Xrtola -,A --.,,-, Woodburn ,,,..,., Central Catholic ,,.. I-afayette Central Kt-ndallville ...,,, , North Side , W - - - , Concordia -, -WH Lt-ntral e.,,..,..., Yan' frtlvlfa' plllillfi .'l1'cl'tlgc So. ll 68 .2 So. I2 94 3 Fr. li 70 3 So, 16 88 5 So. 2 Sl 5 ,,,,-,So. 16 'l'l 7 So. 15 48 .6 lr, 0 ll .fl Ir. 4 -l .O Sri, Ill 0 .0 Sr. 4 -W 2 Fr. 7 l l Fr. 7 9 3 Ifr, 5 2 'l Fr. 1 0 U Fr. 5 5 6 Ir. X 5 0.6 liLMllURS'I'...,,,25 Decatur .,,.. ..,. 3 S ELMI-lURS'l' ,,,,, S4 Huntertown ,,,.,. 30 ELMHURST, ,,,,, 36 Ossian ,,,,, ,,u. 4 O IQLMHURST ,,,,,, 57 Hoagland ......., 35 ELMHURST Sl ELMHURSTH .,,,, 51 If,LMHURS'I', ,,,,, 42 ELMHURSTW ,,,,. -HJ New Haven . ,.... , 56 Angola ,,,, Monroeville Leo ......, ,,,, ,,-,,---ll - ,,a,,. 29 22 Top Row: Russell Allison. Gary Crawford, Iames Lattimore, Dick Garland. Iohn Skinner, Loren Scribner, Skip Moon. Tom Purkiser Ballum Row: Iohn Roser, Manager: Allen Poorman: Dick Sims: Iohn Petrick, Coach: Guy Foltz, Tom Strubbe: lim Hitzeman, Manager Waaufq 866400 Although the Men of Troy won only six games all season, they came back strong near the end and lost the last two by only one point. When the Sectional came up, the roster held six seniors, five sophomores and a freshman. For the hrst time in twenty-Five years, the Troians went to the Hnal game of the Sectionals. Half of this great tourney team will be back next year and should give their opponents some rough going. Ntznzc Loren Scribncrhm, Iohn Skinneru- . Dick Sims ..., Allen Poorman ,,.,, Guy Foltz .,.A Dick Garland ,,., Bill Stauffer. .... Ronald Snyder ...,. Pete Bond ..., Bill Streeter ,,,. Tom Purkiser- Iim Lattimore ..,, Tom Strubbe , ,,... Gary Crawford Skip Moon- ..., - Russell Allison ELMHURST ..., , , ELMHURST ,,,,.. ELMHURST ....,. ELMHURST ..,,,. ELMHURST ....,. ELMHURST .,,,, , ELMHURST ...... ELMHURST ..oA.. ELMHURST ...... ELMHURST ...... ELMHURST ,,,,., ELMHURST ..,.,. ELMHURST ...... ELMHURST ,,.,.. VARSITY TEAM Arcola ..o,,o.... - Woodburn .....,,, Central Catholic ,,.. Central ,,,,,, M-, Lafayette Centralw- Kendallville ,,..., North Side .,.,..., Concordia ,- 222- Decatur .,,...,,.. Huntcrtown ,,,,,, Ossian ..... ,,., Hoagland .,,.,,,. New Haven ,.,,,,, Angola .,.,....., Yan' Gilnzrf f'm'11I.f -lzfrugr Sr. 24 296 12.2 Sr. IS l 3-l 10.5 Sr. 25 195 8.2 Sr. 23 Hfi 4.0 Sr. 20 fill 5.0 Sr. 7 20 5.0 lr. 15 l 1 1 5.5 Sr, O 59 -1 5 Sr. 6 ll 1 7 Sr. 5 2 0.6 Soph. 22 125 5.7 Soph. 21 102 -l S Soph. 6 ti 1.5 Soph. 5 0 0.0 Soph. 5 0 0.0 Fresh. 2 4 2.0 ELMHURST ,,,,,, 57 Monroeville -2258 ELMI-IURST ...... 60 Leu , .,o. --,51 COUNTY TOURNEY ELMHURST ,.,... 53 Hoagland - --- 5-l ELMHURST.. ..... -ll New Haven ..Yf -M5-1 HOLIDAY TOURNEY ELMHURST ...A,, 45 Decatur ,-, N256 ELMHURST ,,,... -16 Concordia -22 ,,--5-1 SECTIONAL TOURNEY ELMHURST ,.,,,. 69 Huntt-rtown .ofrof 50 ELMHURST ....., SW Cocsse ,,,, - ---42 ELMHURST ...,,, 50 Harlan , . .... .,.. -1 6 ELM1-IURST ,,,,,, -ll South Side W, ,,,, 54 Page Fifty-Five Public uorary feet St H ISU 900 We stef my eou b 6 33:.M,55,7 ,, 3413-1 2270 IN 46801-227 P0 Fort Wayne, 1 Page Two We Liugh .intl we crx .it .1 large view uf what nukes .i sehtml right-untl swim-tiim's wmng-for us. Sue lilmhurst .is wt- stlii-,rs saw it. Sonic were happy. urtlinnry events: some were momentous wccasifrits. Ah. yes. and smut- were sud! 7aMe of Ganlenh Aclministrattiun and Faculty . Iuniors . . Suphoinores . Freshmen . . . 'xfdfi Senior Portraits . .JNLIBRUM Stuff . Activities Section . . Ve, . Spurts Section . E Club . . .f. Laurels pages pages pages pages pages page pages pages pages Page 4- 10. 12. 14 24 55 56 50 62 65 O 11 13 15 52 49 60 64 .v. b X. ,N .TK -'Eg F5 'Ut Zf.1.AQ, .Zll KA. "H , F xg? Q1 pr. , fwve v -::rf"" 54 fs n5 : , Q Q 4 Q 9 4 fa A WI ,4N ,N Q27 X 'fu G3 ihll X 3 I-ll Ill fvWN1:m B? 9' Q44 X g -9 23 'R si S74 W Y 1 Qiggffif iii gsz- Q . 'Wm HFS! ll Y YE Q arg 'Q . --Q-m X 9 S- xx ,f l 'EQ N ,J 6 X G v if - lf, f " 4 I an ...::::::- ' x EEEEEE:E:EEE:::: .f I v '3 tlllllllll- - m E , .ffigggg Ez? inw -?' Gflip Lx y ,El """ '4 , 1- : '-1 Z ! '11, nd - ee-. 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' f - 'w FRS' . 6 , .V V i mvfffz M Q E g .Q I 6 X 'X ml' - 'E f .vm 'rx U A . .5-+55 .. Q. ' ti l, N' ,K an Fi" Page Slxty'-two E Glad Top Kunz' ID, Arnrlt, IJ. Mnnrgnrm-ry, Ii. Ilnimn, I. I.ntti1nurc, T. Purkiacr. 1. Cautfmarn, G. Crawford II, Muon, T. Strubbc SFCUIIII' Roux' R. Spnhr, B. May, I. Rancy, A. Rmur. A. Askurbcrg, R. Downing, D. Spice, L. Blair L. Scherer, P. Huncl Thmi Row: S. Mrnhlcn. G. Foltz, IH. McMulIr-n, L. Scribner, T. Rwwf, R. Snyclnr. N. Springer. T- Gwbhilfl L. I-lyrlc, IJ. Churchwglrcl lffmrfh Razr: I. Riclmnlmn, N. llcutcr, R. Davis, K. Platt. IG, Struqlcr. P. Iustux, I. Lambert, P. Iohmon I. Huwcll, R, LEFCIHCI' I-'fflfz Razr: L. Gu-rung, A. Buxkurk. I. Duguiml, N. Bricker, I. Hrcinfnlk, I. Dunuhuu, R. Beckman I. Mcrrill. E. Birlcllc, M. L. Van Oanlnlc Sixllr Rona' I. Crglncu, I. Cummings, I. Rum-r, R. Maloney. S. Summun, B. Hurbh, A. W..1lknr. I. Hilzc- m.m. D. Perl, N. Thicme. C. Berk Ggzcau President-Guy Foltz Vice-President-Bill Streeter Secretary-Carol Ice Treasurer-Tom Strubbe Head Sponsor-Mr. Eickhofi' s 86146 Tap Row: Ii. Flu-k, C. Southworth. B. Stuuffcr, B. Strauss, R. Stmhm, K. Stcwmun, D. XVilkinaon, P. Snider, I. Hroxun, K. Howard, C. Eickhoff Sl'L'0l1d Row: L. Shutlclick. A. Taylor, N. McMahon, S. XVoolLlridgu, C. Lev, P. Lnmingcr. K, K.1Ul'l'Dl.ll'l, L. Stults, C. Vanclcripc, VV. Hecr Thml' Row: N. Griclcr, B, Smith, C, Doppclt, M. Buskirk, M. Fuvory, T. Applcgatc, D. Sims, A. Poor- miin, H. Smith, I. Skinner, R. Garland Fomvh Raw: I. Amos, M. Zzinclt-r, N. XVcyrick, L. VVingctt, W. Kncppcr Ififih Razr: H. Hamilton, R. Clayton, L. Oberlin, C. Gouty, N. Shady, I. Buchan. B. Smith, D. Hamilton, N. M.1loncy, S. McCoy Sixlfz Rauf: V. Buckx, I.. Munn, C. Flziugh, K. Eckrich, B. Ewing, F. Goldsmith, M. Stagg, C. ICU, E. Sickufus. L. Sch-icncmunn, I. Nieman I'i!'UIll Row: F. Harrolcl, IJ. Knohlauch, M. Schmidt, I. Cler, P. Eckrich. M. Schocncmnnn. H. Scibt. S. MCSNW'tlHL'. L. A. Iuhnson, D. Laidcn, B. Black Mrs. Blake, Miss Wimmer, Mrs. Middleton, Mr. Petrick, Mr. Frybuck, Mrs. Hibben, Mr. Stoops, Mrs. Deahl, Mr. Doell, Miss VVolfe, Mr. Reed. Mrs. Kurtz, Mr. Kurtz. Page Sixty-three Iames Anderson Cafeteria Terry Applegate Booster Club Dick Arnett Glee Club Ianice Arnos Cheerleading Albert Askerberg Band, Red Cross Club Vincent Backs Intramural Eloise I. Beard Cafeteria Eleanor I. Beard Cafeteria Carol Beck Glee Club, Red Cross Club Roberta Beckman Nature Club Edith Biddle Rifle Club Larry Lee Blair Booster Club, Band. ADI",-INCE. Red Cross Club Pete Bond Varsity Team, Rifle Club Iudy Breinfalk Booster Club Norma Bricker Booster Club Ianice Broxon Band Ierry Buchan Phi-Chem Club Arlene Buskirk Band Rita Byers Glee Club Ierry Cauflman Intramural David Churchwartl Booster Club Rollin Clayton .AIDVANCE jerry Cler Booster Club Gary Crawford Varsity Sports Iudy Cummings Booster Club Rosie Davis Glee Club, Booster Club Ed Davison Clee Club Nancy Deuter ADVANCE Page Sutty-four 8 Glad lheclaaq Ianet Donahue Home Ec Club Carolyn Doppelt Twirling Roger Downing Phi-Chem Club Iudy Duguid RiHe Club Kurt Iickrich Rifle Club, Booster Club, Speech Club Pete Eckrich Rifle Club, Booster Club Carolyn Eickhofl Glee Club, Phi-Chem Club, Home Ec Club Charles C. Eickhofl Rifle Club Bruce Ewing Booster Club Morris Favory Booster Club Barbara Fleek Phi-Chem Club Chuck Flaugh Proiectionist Club Guy T. Foltz Varsity Basketball Richard Garland Varsity Sports lim Cast Speech Club Tom Cehhart ,-IDl'.-fNCE Lois Ceeting Band, Cafeteria Frank Goldsmith Proieetionist Club, Rifle Club, Speech Club Carl Gouty Phi-Chem Club Rosalie Creiner Cafeteria Neil Crider Rifle Club Howard Hamilton Booster Club, ,-IDL.-INCE, Varsity Golf Team, Intramural Donald Hamilton Cafeteria Paul Harman Band Richard Harman Choir lohn A. Harrold Nature Club Warren Heer Booster Club Bruce Higgins Phi-Chem Club lim Hitzeman Rifle Club Kay Howard Band Ianet Howell Red Cross, Home Ec Club Betty Hursh Booster Club Lloyd Hyde .-IDIKJNCE, Cross Country Carol Ice Band, G.A.A. David P, Inman Proiectionist Club Larry A. Iohnson Cafeteria Pat Iohnson Rifle Club Paul Ii. lustus Proiectionist Club Kenny Kauflman Band, Rifle Club David Kissinger ADI7,-INCE XVarren Knepper Intramural, Cross Country Dorcas Knoblauch Glue Club, G.A.A. Diann Laden Band, ,'1Dl'.-INCE, Speech Club Iuanita Lambert Cafeteria lim Lattimore Varsity Sports Charles G. Lee Intramural Philip Letsinger Band Susie Littler Band Shirley Madden Booster Club Nancy Maloney Choir Ronny Maloney Rifle Club David Masel Proiectionist Club Barbara May QIDV.-INCE, Rifle Club Sandy McCoy Choir Nila McMahon Booster Club Beverly McMullen Glee Club, Nature Club, Booster Club Sue McSwane ADV.'lNCE, Red Cross Club Ioan Merrill Nature Club Carolyn Meyer Choir Larry Monn Intramural Dave Montgomery Phi-Chem Club Skip Moon Varsity Sports Ioyce Nieman Band Lynn Oberlin Band, Glee Club Don Perl Rifle Club Katherine Platt Booster Club Allen Poorman Varsity Basketball. Red Cross Club Tom Purkiser Varsity Sports Terry Putt Cafeteria Iohn Raney Glee Club Bill Rathgaber Booster Club Ianice Richardson Booster Club Tex Roof Student Manager, Booster Club, ADVANCE Anita Roser .-IDV.-INCE, Booster Club Iohn A. Roser Student Manager Lorene Scherer Booster Club Ann Schlemmer G.A.A. Linda Schoenemann G.A,A., Booster Club Marilyn Schoenemann G.A.A., Booster Club Cffoiitinued to page 68D 1290 ' . j ,, f ' 0 . , . i f' . MC' ' 5644 'TQ QM CZ' XZAAXZJ Zygd aledictorian-Ioyce Nieman Q15 Salutatorian-Larry Blair ZZ! Bausch and Lomb Award National Honor Society Mathematics and Science Four Year Honor Roll David Montgomery Elsie Allmandinger Arion National Music Award Albert Askerberg Ioyce Nieman LHTVY Blfllf ' Edna Brown - I Quill and Scroll Arlene Buskirk fvij Barbara May Rim Byers . C56 Anita Roser Carolyn Eickhoff in-1 C" X' 3747 W . Richard Garland Xi ayne Township Tmstee K' H I d -5,61 k ty, Citizenship Awards B322 Z1-5 Q Edna Brown Lloyyli Hyde L. Allen Pfffffmlm Kenneth KauFfmanAz"wQ - 5 Iunior Class Officers President-Don Iohnson Vice-president-Dave Smith Secretary-Barbara May Treasurer-Liz Wingett Sophomore Class Officers President-Tom Strubbe Vice-president-Sandy McCoy Secretary-Steve Lowe Treasurer-Tom Purkhiser Freshman Class Officers President-Virginia Lowe Vice-president-Russell Allison Secretary-Sandy Grepke Treasurer-Don Waldrop DAR Best Citizen Betty Hursh Commerce Honors Typing II-60 W.P.M. Linda Schoenemann Shorthand II-120 W.P.M. Linda Schoenemann Debate Honors District Winners of Indiana Foren- sic League, March 15. Tied for third place with Horace Mann of Gary at South Bend Central Debate Tournament, March 24. Dorcas Knoblauch ' X David Montgomery Ioyce Nieman Mildred Schmidt Linda Schoenemann Loren Scribner Marcia Sprague Mike Stagg Carole Vanderipe Suzanne Wiehe National Athletic Honorary Association Guy Foltz Richard Garland Allen Poorman Loren Scribner Iohn Skinner Halery Smith Prom Queen Elizabeth Wingett Prom Attendants Rosalie Groves Pat Inman Sandra Kellerman Barbara May Diane Redding Nancy Weyrick K Page Sixty-tive Wgff w R Q gif.. Af V A is W9 Qxyiw xii UCL C' fi WV Wm MWU if 'A Mr. Magnus, I r. Tracey, Mr. Demlin ' , X Q ' , 5 Q 490,373 if NM Nw 332 My WV M' w sw QR W W W M ET QM Q , 'K . X 4, ff if 01 SQ! ,fo VW fiifsi - xx jjfff ,Ok Wg Jffff g W M71 'W www if WJTZW fp f mf? , Nw 5 'Q H , f X X qnyiww TZWZWE7 if Jf iw ffQffz1W gf ML Ld MMM awapfq 9 ZUJO fvfflf yy . 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Booster Club, Glee Club from pa ge 643 Bill Stautfer Varsity Sports, Intramural Roderick Strahm Phi-Chem Club VVilliam Strauss RiHe Club Bill Streeter Proiectionist Club. Intramural, Varsity Sports Kenny Stevenson Hand, Red Cross Club Tom Strubbe Sports, ADV.-INCE Larry Stults .'IDI'.4NCE, Intramural, Booster Club Shirley Summers Carole Vanderipe Booster Club, ADV.-INCE Mary Lou Van Osdalc Choir Ann Walker Glee Club ' Nancy VVeyrick Hand, Home Ec Club Denny Wilkinson Intramural Sally Io Wilson Home lic Club Liz Wingett Choir Charles Wire Phi-Chem Club, Track Varsity Sports 0 Twlrllng U K, , I 1 Neil Springer A L H .ll T, pp, Sharon Wooldridge I iiiii:sliiiiriii,ketii.iii liy J 'mf' nlgfif-isFClil1l1 F Bmfefclul' Hill Smith , ike Stagg Nancy Thicmc Martha Zander Ban ' fl' Booster Club G.A.A. Cheerleading lj l - il G Q l! JN f" ' 'S' , ,A W , lt Y - qi el ,W HUUNN J l fl p' l l i you X My il . li! v"'i C Q ' A IJ ' lilly iv ff' Ee i rl LW r lf . 'lv 'va l' Ll' Wu LLM' ' ' , lvl Of . 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