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

 - Class of 1959

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- ' '- - '.1."g,l.4.T:'.":s ."at "" "' -ww---.,Y wg v . -.-f f 1 I ' 1 M' 1 ' at I.-XY LEE HS. Ball State Teachers College, Draft- ing, Shop, Iunior Class STUART LIiHIN1:XN :X.l-3. XYheatnn College, M.S. Indiana University, English, Freshman Class, lfaslsetlfall IEANETTE MCCLURE HS. Purdue University, Girls' Phys. lid., G..X.A., Freshman Class GLENN Il. MILLER ILS., RLS. Indiana University, Health, Safety, Driver Training, Freshman Class, Ifaslsetball ESTELL.-X PERKINS .X.I4. Indiana State Teachers College, XM. Unixersity of VVisconsin, English, French, Spanish IUHN Pl-ITRICK H.S. Ball State Teachers College, llrrys' Phys. lid., Head Coach-liaskethall, Glvlf. Cross Country, Intramural Sports MARY M. POLITE HS. Ohio Northern University, M.,-X. Hall State Teachers College, English, Soplioiiiwe Class N. RAY Rl7l'iI7 IIS. liall State Teachers College, Indus. trial .Xrts, RiHe Club, llaskethall GEORGE I". ROLLIZR l5.S. Manchester College, NLS. Indiana University, General History, liaskethall IL'LI.'X SHQXXY School Clerk IOHX R. SINKS IIS. Indiana Laiixersity, NIA. Ifall State Teachers College, Sociology, AudioAVisu- ual Aids, US. History, Senior Class, Pl'tlICCTlUl1lSIS IXJUGIJXSS A. SPENCER l3.S.. NLS. Indiana Llnixersity, Athletic Director, Health, Safety, Co.tch-l3ase- --,X hall, Track X' iitntax ii. sroovs Q IS.S., NIA. Hall State Teachers College, he Typing I, Footliall Coach, Track, Ilas- 5 kethall, Commercial CI uh -X LLC nn WEBER ' HS. Wittenberg College, U.S. Historyf Ceneral History, Sophomore Class, Bas- . ketlwall f NICHOLAS C. WIZRLINC IIS. Poxyling Green State University, U.S. History, Safety, Health, Booster Cluh, Cheer Leaders, Vasketliall MILDRED Y. 'WOODVVORTI-I AH. Iowa State Teachers College, U.S. History, Geography IOYCELYN VVORKMAN BS. Indiana State Teachers College, English, Y-Teens, Freshman Class 51 00 mf el":5 . . . C0l'lfI"a5f c Fright Maintenance 3 HUHERT SCHOEPH I MARION GULLIEY I VVILBUR IJIIMLANIJ IOHN SOBOL HARRY D. FULTZ HENRY VVALKIQR Cafeteria HIJNA CHURCHVVARD VIOI,.IfT BROXON MARION IJEAHL, Manager MAH I'3EI.I,E SPICE Future Teachers of America SARAH HARRIS, Secretary IUNI2 GRIFFITH, Vice-president IANIT MCCLAIN, President MRS. DECKER, Sponsor MISS VAUGHN, Student Teacher IUDY MOTZ, Librarian LINDA STANFORD, Treasurer "c3aiQQSllEQ'i 'LU ir"MinJrf,-A Qi - Q .SZ 00 Iunior Class DON MCLIQAN, President KARL FORTNHR, Trcusurcr MARSHA EXVALD, Secretary IUDY OSHORNE, Vice-president Svoxsurxs MRS. DIZCKPR, Clrm. MR. LEP MRS. IJIZAHL MR. IJOPLL MR. CUSS Sophomore Class PLAINP RHLTSSTQXLT, Trclrsurcr DOUCILXS SMITH. Yiccfprcsidcrlt PAT ST. IUHN, Sccrcmry RONALD MAY, President SPUNSORQ MRS. POLITL. Clrm. MR. GFRXVIG MRS. HIHHYZN MR. XVPHPR MR. G.-XRRETT Freshman Class C.-XROL KELLEY, 'Vicevprcsidcm TOM HORTON, President MOLLY SNIDFR. Secretary: Treasurer SPONSORQ MRS. MCCLURP, Chm. 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CHURCHWARD Proiectionist Club Red Cross Club IOHN CHURCHWARD Varsity Golf Team Track Cdl' IACK CLER C Drafting 4 ky- I '- 1 Gummitbing - 5 I. .v f' - , 2 A A if NORMAN COLES so fw- E in Proiectionist Club ,V A- -Q -4 g..w 2 iv Prom Committee i' U, .Q',' . , 2 X I A I . V wg- if , , A Fr .Sz V BETSY COCI-IRAN .L X f X ' , ' I E. in Glee, Booster Club A 7 x Vcep of Glce Club N 1 lxwj , I Ruiz? 3.7 W -, sf -- 'mii'- 'A 3 RICHARD ARNOLD COLBERG 'N E in Phi-Chem Club -"9 . Prom Committee X 5-s. " I MARIORIE ANN COURTNEY If A1 , it E in .'1dl'!1l1t't' Staff XE ' E in Booster and Home lic. Clubs uf? J: DEANNA COYNE EX lunior Achir vcmcnt ,T -if i f I Rccl Cross Club .-'I F f sf n i - A "'Qf"'I"1:z1"' '. ' BOB COYNE I' f gf :S n fa -v NELSON CRIDER A ,,. X Speech Club i f X , - Y.E.c. Club I I ,M , K CHERE CUSTANCE 1 President Of Speech Club I iii 5 . N' E in Speech antl .-ld1'nm'r Staff ,A-:fe if fix x ' ' X 3 3 l 3 wk, GENE CUSTANCE , I Red Crobs Club - 5 I NANCY DAVIS A 1 C.. 5- 'Qti ' Commercial Club F .,. 1 ' Q ,fu Prom Committee 1 Cf' ,Q ,,, i A, , ii i KAREN DEHNER 1 S ' Commercial Club ' 1 R Y I ' Nature Club , -xg' "f'j-,ini if . . O 1?'i'f?4i-17 V R I X A -va 1 -,, Q 2.3, . - - MARILYN K. DELANCEY Editor-in-chief Of I-ldzuuzvc E in Specch and Booster Clubs BILL VERNON DICK E in Nature Club Red Cross Club IAMES K. DOWTY, IR. E in Varsity Baseball E in Band grubby, xv." wwe 'S V " ef mlb R :t P, A ' 'T Q '53iE'Zi It lag , ,,A' PV? - . i -n . -lxkf AM 4, V -V 4510 ...rv f EM E V., 5 A ?,ff?i?' A I f ' 1 xxx W . - 'lil 1 ,L . . 4' ,4',. - ' 2.5, .- 1,5 .S , A fr, , "l - S, A,-:Z M . rf- ll -35 , "NP 5 I I he f:"""' N ' A ,,d'f"' i mg Q wffsf , R L I! 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ESHELMAN Cross Country Team Intramural Team ARLENE FOX Red Cross Club Booster Club DAVID FRANCE Varsity Basketball Cross Country Team JERRY FURNISS E in Rifle Club Intramural SHARON GEBHART Prom Committee Treasurer of Y-Teens Ir. Year SUE GENTIS Sec. of Home Ec Club E in Red Cross Club ROBERT GOEHRINGER Red Cross Club Intramural "-'-1J-2!LlJdlfN-W+-'- 1..----ww an - --u '- PHYLLIS GOUTY Commercial Club CAROL IOANN GREEN E in Hand Cummcrcinl Club IACK GRIFFITH Crum Country Tcanm Ii ID XYJYNIIX l3.1mkctlw.1lI SARAH HARRIS Sc-crcmry of Fflf.-X. HUUNILT Club ESTHER HUBBARD F.'l'.A. fillllll' KENNETH O. IMEL IULIANNE ISENBARGER Vcnp uf Y-Tcunx li in Ilomn lic. Club EDWARD C. IACKSON P, m lx.l'. lunnxr Achicvcmcnt MARILYN IACOB5 l'mm ,-Xttcnrlunt Chl ,ir ANN JENKINS Prom Atl' nsl.1nl Sac.-'l'rc.1s, Ut' S4-nimr Claws DARLENE IOI-INSON E in Rell Cross Iumor Achievement LOIS IEAN IOHNSON .'ll1lIl!U'lII!I Stull' F.'l'.A. SHARON IOHNSON E in Twirling Phi-Chem Club STEVE IOHNSON E in Riflc Club E in Pmicctionlmt Club DAVID JOHNSTON Phi-Chem Club Band ws '. Q ,N S lg, I A, , .f 'A ' 1 .Y1"' ' x . I 3 'rzj 'Mi Et' s K . - 3' Ng, -,,1MA,,1Q4-1. 4-wb?-" I H 1.555 P Gtr'- xx.: f I Q--I ffm 2. -.. , ' . .,.iiW'z . 4 ,+, f N ' 1 . ' ' N' iv- .-, .1 QA , I Q , . . , 'FM' . ,V . -. 4 4 e " R N-J. x L 1 4' N . ,. ,, . g . 4 - f' ' . . ' L FA ... , , 'lg . , 255 A ' . g"' , . - : , F, , , by .in i Z, . ! 3 ix if 3 ,A W A 'M :fi ' w:,,ws1-.::,:- ,- v,',,, iw A Tx 'F' ' ' -..-1.4-4. , .'- V Shi ka , W' T 1 - A I 1 542175, ,. . - yi, ...sr di .VL N u QKT' . -- . ., Waifz-" N'-,i1gg?v,Eff'-fi-'13',,,,,,ff,,Ilz. 71 'M - ' ' pl "VZ H A' I 1 fa A . fr I TI ii! ' .Q 'M 1, f I 1 PENELOPE EDITH IONES Iunior Acbicvenwnt lloostcir Club GENE A. KAPP Prmulcnt of Nature Club Rcml Crum Club IUDITH KNEPPER Home EC. Club Commercial Club NORBERT KNISPEL Phi-Chem Club lntrgxm urul LINDA KAY KREISCHER Prcsiclcnt of Girls' Glen Club N.F.L. FRITZ KRUSE E in Intramural TOM LEAVENGOOD Vanity Gulf Team Varsity Hzucball SANDRA SUE LECHLEITNER Commuruial Club Cbuir NANCY LEE Prcxiclunt of Glas Club .'I11l1'l1r1rm SKMI GELAINE LISTENBERGER Vc-cp of Cmnrm-ruml Club .'Il?lf!U4llNI sun' EDNA H. MCCARTN EY llrnnmucs Class Y.F.C. LARRY L. MADDEN lI1Il'21Il1LlI'Lll Gull 'llxun DIANA LEE MAHER li in Hand F.T.A. SHIRLEY MELCHING Twirling ORLYN C. MEYER E in Pmiccticmist Club E in Band ,..f-.-. -,H vm..L--...LQM..Ir:.m.-Ivnw,',1m.f::1., -AVXTQK. ' 'www !fNTl?f711'4JJ.63791-L'A's'N'!'A1Yfil'I!.ITl3FwW-'HtlHUIW "'r'PFrFT"F'3' " Clmir , f,.-, . 'rfff .x j 5 v f F ii E MERILYN MITCHELL A A E in Twirling and Nature Club 1 1 1 -" T A qi Twirling Captain ,ai um l " NQ il' DOROTHY MAE Mlx X X1 Real Cross Club '15 A l 'I' I -' llrxOsICf Club N ' ' i JAMES M, MIZE R , I . QA fig, 3 Phi-chu m club w f x . lkgli ' Prfricctinnlat Club L, '..A, ff is C ' , ,QW 'il ' '- 'lm SYLVIA B. MONTALVO g Rell Crow Club 9 'll Nil ' if -' , -L? V" . 'WM Q ' E D x f C" 'li.w.. IUDITH ANN MoTz W b 4 ,V ,,,,.. A . i Lnbrarinn of F.T.A. f-ww limrsltl' Club Y . XENA E" ROBERT MULLANS I L- E in Phi-Chem Club 4, R Treasurer of Hi-Y Club IOHN MURRAY G J E in Band V Rccl Cross Club in Ov wtf -'P RONALD H. NIEMAN N4 Red Cmss Club High, , NANCY LEE OBERHOLTZER gg, Phi-Chem Club 1 Iunior Achicvclnclu 1 Vi L f I0 ANN oMo 'T QA B0rm5lc'r Club Prom Committee LOUISE ORBIOND Na-K Cmmnercial Club " ' E in Humter Club 11M PARR Prcainle wf Srniorixfldss Varsity bA llhj 7 3 WRE- N J ,K Q - l 'N EPQW N466 LONNIE PELZ Iunior Achicvcmem LLOYD GEORGE PERRY E C E in Rifle Club 1, ,X A mi 'E Es? scoTT PUTT . , E in RiHc Club 'A '9- Recl Cross Club N "Z ,V lf, 'll l l .U , , . ll 5 A., 5 " A Q :SV 4' . F35 x.- ' UL I . H , .Q , W C X A I i ri U J. Aly Q25 A1-EX ' 5 ,Sai si. 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Choir KAYE LYNNE SNIDER E in Glue, Booster, and Home Ec Club fIa'mf11c'r Editor JAMES SPRIN GER E in Band and Pmicctionist Club Phi-Chem Club IERRY WAYNE SPRINGER ll in RiHu Club Vccp nf Hi-Y BARBARA STALLSMITH Phi-Chem Club Band IUDY MAE STARK E in Booster Clulu E in Choir THOMAS E. STETZEL Vccp nf li.1I'lLl l Ii-Y WENDELL SUMMERS Phi-Chun Club JIIIZIIWIIVPI Stuff IERRY D. TOMPKINS Hi-Y LEE WAYNE TRACEY Iunzur Achicvsmcnt Rcnl Crow Club DON WALDROP E in Vursity Spurtx CARL WEAVER PlN'lil1i.'lTl Club Prom Cnmmittce I A . A DANAWQVER N Ruwmwm?3sff.., ulfi6r1u,, I E in Vanity Sports Q' U HOWARD ROBERT WELCH Truck Intr.m1urz1l PAMELA WERLING Dramatics Class Prom Committee IANET WETZEL E in Booster Club Commercial Club ANNETTE WILKIE Prcsiclent of N.F.L. Iunior Achievement a ,. X ' 'Q , . im-Siau 3 -:-' "R .- n. -:N,"ff1Tf'ji 1. '- 9 ' . w.Vp.f2, C, rx in-,iq ,vw 1-f 'Q "".'1: Q- 7 K H XA C 55 y, - . , is S A 1 . i , J.: rf NX E E L ,.,. 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M '-Mrk. 1' .al K l 1 1... ., X Alu - gxx X x, X Sz all 5 'A . , - Q . 5' 4- 5:15 I S'f"I'Yf?i'i' l 9 E 5- - ' N Ek, V Un, ' ,J 'Id - my !"N--r I N: wb' 5 MARCY KAY WIGGS E in Rctl Crow Club PATTI WILKINSON E m Bumtcr Club E in Cafctcrin KAY S. WILMOT Nature Club Iunior Acbicvcmc-nt LAWRENCE A. WITTE l'ruiL'cIlunisl Club Hi-Y LOUIS WRIGHT Vumry Gull' 'll-.um linml MIKE WRIGHT R,ll Crms Club OTIS ZELLERS Prom Cummnllcc ORVILLE ANDERSON E nn l'micctim1ixt Club IUDY KAY ARMSTRONG .ll1l1'lv1'1m1 Stull Ii in Iluustcl' Club SHIRLEY ANN BOROFF Ii un Iiumlcr, Ilumc EQ Clubs Y-Tncm, luniur Acbicvcmcnt SHERRY BRACKMANN .IIIIIIIFIIIH Stull 'l1I'l'.IN. ul' Booster Club ANITA SUE DEARMOND Phi-Chem Club .lnlzlvvrm SLIH' SANDY l,l'UIn Ixlllyffl II. in Ql1L'L'I'lL'1ltlIl'Ig MARY HERBER Cllulr Rul Cum Club DON HOWARD Tin' lJl11'111m1lqf'l' Cust E in Bum! 1'fI0f0,m' from ullzrr 5llIl1lv0.fI ,-lrnzxrrung, Borojf, Bruf mlum, l7t','1I'l7IUIHf, Grrplqr, Hcrfvrr. I'lozml'd. ,-.-,.,,- ,.. RON MARTZ E. in Band Dramatics ROBIN LYNN MILLER E in Booster Club LYNNE PARKS .-lnlibmnz staff President of Booater Club LYNN A. SCROGHAM Pres. of Hi-Y E. in I71'ulCCIluI'llsI Club MARY ELAINE STIVERSON Red Cross Club E in Home Ec Club DAVE STUMP E in Band Varsity Baseball ROBERT VINCENT SULLIVAN Intramural Nature Club PAULINE TALBOTT .41zl1'l11'un1 StaI'I E in Booater Club BEVERLY TURNER Sue,-Treas. uf RiHc Club E in Rifle Club and Twirling RUTH ANN WIEGMAN E in Twirling Commercial Club Phulax from mlm' slndiof: .l1arf:, Mzllcr, Ilzrlqy, Sfrughmu, S11-l'l'l'.fUl1, Smmp, Snllimzz, Tlllfmll, Tlnwrr, Wiegnzan. Pugc Tl1irty-amen M.. f 1 i 5 PM an ,-, .Q . 'w 5 5' Q. X S -ev V Je .. - X- v f N - -,N . uw ' x Nm A i 1- as was ,gzx9,"'0v- ,,, ,Eva W -0-ul, xi.- mm 4 4" ,su-S-.ii ii LAL 1 . NIGHT TO REMEMBER . vuryvfzvq-prrrrw '--v. 67ncAanfec! guening ,HQ 32 Donna Anglin Susie Christie 5- 'N'--- ' Q' F' ,:.,. 2? . X ,QQ -.z 1, ugqvf If .ii " " ' i 'fi '1 ' - 'ry , 23514, , ,":g, ' . ' 'Y A A, ' 5 A ' .- I, - - 1 W , - .l fy , -XV 4. X ' I'-?"fsvv K B"x, 42? - 7'3- Carol Emerick Sandy Grepke Marilyn Iacobs X, Ann Ienkins Sharon Bobay r....s. .nj .+,. -Y V I y I I l I I I I Q. .!4l'lELl"lfl,l'l'l N uh! ,iw 'A N. egg' 2 .g' V 'JV A1.'f1f.yr.' l.. Iwllllsolt. N. l.t'e, Cl. l.istenbt'rgt-r. ll. l5.ngelni.tn. Nliss l-'alls hftllllfllly' I. llarr. W, Snniniers, l.. Parks, ll. lalliott, R, Mullans Mlfmp' ll. balloon. 5. l5t'.tt'liIii.1nn, ll, Jxillgilll. I. .Xi'tnstrong. I. Arnoltl. l.. liroyon Alttfnllfzig: I. Carsttn. gi. lhzlrmonfl, 'lf libel Xlvtirly .intl fun are the .Inuit Stall' contrasts. Layout uorls is tleatlly serious: senior snaps are hilarious. The tlaily rou- tine consists ol' entlless trips ltr the tlrinliing fountain with an occasional counting of senior names. Four tlays a week ne ligtiretl ways to get the farthest from school on picture taking tlays anal eniletl taking them in the parking lot. Three uuelts ii ere spent on tleeitling the contrast for otir exotic eoxer. Out ol three labttlous designs, we chose not Russcllk nor XYentlell's but lJiek's. After this exhausting exploit into designing, XYentlell came through with an ex- quisite title page. ,Xntl iiliile Hob antl Theron iyorlsetl their phalanges to the marroiy rlieclsing pictures antl names, Iim rcatl the ngnnes ol' our immensely satisfied sub. scribers to Russ xiho xyrote them tloiyn. Iim Parr and company high-pressuretl 751i HHS stutlents into purchas- ing a l'I3'l annual. Of H35 potential purchasers, 750 sub- scribers tiill receiit- our elegant .llllfl-f7I'l1l7I. ol which there is no equal from here to eternity. li. .xlllstill We must atlmit, lioneieiq that the maiority of the .IlIJIlL' Stall' is girls. These atleqtlately assembled forms of the human raee busietl themselyes in yarious tasks such as comparing elass rings. announcing the time, making pizza lat the partyj, antl supplying the boys iyith gossip which they alreatly ltneiy but relirainetl from repeating. NVhen Nliss Falls cntcretl. yott might lintl them making props. identifying tintlet'cl.issmen, or even typing. a la Biblical niethotl Q"Seeli antl ye shall fincllnj. Finally, we mention our expericncctl counselor ancl sole controlling force, the Honorable Miss Letha A. Falls. flf yoti tlon't ltnoxt' her: you may intl her in the hulashoop on page 2ll.I She tleseryes much sympathy for enduring this year. Vie believe her to be the most wise and wonder- ful teacher at P.l'l.S. .intl last of all. to the iunior class, we say, "Don't try to put more than twelve senior pictures per page." In clos- ing, Miss Falls has a few yiortls to say about our editorial- iying. i'.Xheml" Mmm .v .t ..Q,4q -,n --L4 .. g 4 V-71--W A 'ra--' H 'mu' .74 id ad ur ik Friday afternoon is over. The halls have withstood another 3:11 rush of feet and the last buses, carrying happy teenagers to a two day vacation, have climbed the long slope in front of the school. Entering the dim hall from the bright sunlight, we can still hear a slight echo of voices, "Hey, Iiml 1 passed soc." or 'LGosh, Judy, he's a dollllln These halls will be inactive for a short time until Monday morning when once again students and teachers will take up their positions. Maybe their steps will be slower: but as the week goes by, the pace will increase with the thought: "Friday is almost here." In four years a lot of things have come and gone. VVe seniors have experienced many things .... Remember the year when we all stood by and cheered as Merilvn Mitchell twisted her way to fame? Her weapon was the hula hoop. Our first year here. sayings like "dirty bird" crept into the daily conversation .... That year pink and black was the most . . . And Elmhurst went to the final game in the sectionals against South Side. During our second year here, everybody liked 1keg or so the buttons said. Elvis hit overnight success and sent the girls wild, but our own Gary Schelton also made the big time when he recorded "Kissin' at the Drive-in." F. O. G. Day was initiated. In case you're not hep-this is Fraternal Order of Greasers. Girls dressed in old white shirts and levisg and the boys came in levis, motorcycle iackets. and boots. The pixie hair cut entered the scene our iunior year and became a well talked about item. Although few girls got them, a great many threatened to. Our heroes. the Rah Rah boys, derived a new attire for one of our famous presidents. Thomas Ielierson, a bust in room 212, really looked hep in his hat and mustache and earrings .... Crazyll Although Ieff wasn't fortunate enough to wear a chemise. almost every girl at E. H. S. was sporting that latest fashion. I wonder if Mr. Sinks ever Figured out the mystery of his daily letters .... Hmmm. A linal memory which will always linger is the Prom. That seems to be a perfect closing for a perfect year. At last we're "Seniors"l The thrill of moving into the senior home rooms. and then . . . they've been moved .... Tradition is broken .... Ah, well. fate dealt us a hand. We finished where we began-rooms 217, 219, 221 .... VVho knows. kids? Senior Alley may be the start of a new tradition. Not only did the powers change the rooms but also a few rules Qmuch to our regretj . . . Remember these words. "No slacks will be allowed from now on" and also the accompanying groan of all the girls. This year brought about the craziest .... Think back to these things: Hula hoop, 49 stars in old glory, "play it cool," and. never to be forgotten. the words: "Take a half sheet of paper, please." The senior class cannot be outdone by their predecessors. Remember the Rah Rah Boys? Well, now cast your eyes upon the E. H. S. Dix-Neuf girls. We have to agree they've outdone their rivals. VVe are linding that the fastest and bestest year is our senior year. One final anticipation is Senior Day ancl then . . . Page Forty-one ,I""A' '4' I 1 i a 1 r l 1 ll 1 , l Pa gc Fr September 9 October 6 October 15 October 21 October 25 October 27 October Z7 November 7, November 3 December 16 December 17 December 20 Ianuary 15-19 Ianuary Z4 Ianuary 31 February 2 February 12 February 14 March 5 March 7 March 14 March 15 March 20 April 10 April 12 April 25 May 1 May 8 May 9 May 15 May 16 May 28 May 29 May 31 Iune 5 Iune 6 irty-tu .fdcfiuified Iunior Achievement Director Chuck Robinson drafts students. First appearance of Electra Club on T. V. Mr. Foster of International Business College addresses Commercial Club. Scholarship Qualifying Tests. Oops, maybe that was a sad day. S. Bobay and M. Mitchell win state twirling honors. G.A.A. modern jazz dance class begins. P.T.A. Back To School Night. Success pours on The Rairznmfqer. Phi-Chem Club goes to Indianapolis for Iunior Academy of Science. Dramatics class, choir, and band entertain us. "Tizzie" was the magic word. F.T.A. entertains faculty after school. "Candy Cane Ball" is theme of Red Cross Dance. County Tourney-Trojans always a bridesmaid. never a bride. Hi-Y Sock Hop M. A. Stump, G. Morgan. and the sextet rate lirsts. Mr. Ray Sullivan demonstrates firearms. F.T.A. entertains mothers and learns about 1. U. "Sweethearts Fantasy" proves a huge Dix-Neuf success. The Four Davies of Canada make us' love music. Red Cross Club Talent Show. Glee Club holds a "Gold Rush Swing." Band Concert. Sophomores give "Bali Hai" party. Band Parents give a record hop for band hoppers. Choir and Glee Club Concert. Night of Nights-Prom-Rendezvous d'amour. Advance Banquet. Home Ec Club Mother-Daughter Banquet. Y-Teens Semi-formal Dance. Freshman Frolic. Commercial Club Award Banquet. Senior Banquet at Hotel Van Orman. Seniors have a day off. The Rev. P. H. Smith delivers the baccalaureate sermon. "Valiant ls The Way." Dean Herbert F. Schwomeyer oF Bulter University gives commencement oration Dix-Neuf Graduation Dance. sr! 'L ,rf -., On X L. R .ji - ' 'J M if gy vf, , .. s SST-5'Y'QI5" .F 4 .ff '5 1 .Q A - JH ,W 52, ..f45"' ,f' 'jr JAELFW-,I 1-',,5f.s-1M ' v 1 J 1 s ri! xv ,S .n z:1,eu.s11in,u?- 51 ommerciaf The Commercial Club is made up of students taking typing. short- hand, or bookkeeping. Each student works for awards throughout the year. Special awards are given to the honor students in each commercial subiect at the banquet held every spring. This year the club has had representatives from local business colleges and companies come to speak to the club on how to put our commercial courses to work. Wafure The members of this club meet once a month on Tuesday evenings. Various topics of nature are discussed, and occasionally movies of Russia or Europe are shown. Also, all members are responsible for one report during the year. A Sock Hop after one of our home games was sponsored byithe club. The Nature Club helps to support the local Audubon Club Screen Tour. IDQQCA 1 The Forum, commonly known as the Speech Club, has 50 members. Debate for the first time seems to have the edge as far as the number of meets attended. A separate club. which works with the Forum, is N.F.L. or National Forensic League, an honorary national organization. To be eligible for N.F.L. you must belong to the Forum and have 25 points. Both the Forum and N.F.L. are sponsored hy Mr. Brooks. Page Fortyffour .sllllllllllgf Mrs. Goble. Sharon Bobay, Miss Etlwartls, Mr. Sloops Sftllezf: Iim Parr, Susie Christie, Gclaine Listenberger Susie Christie-President Gclaine Listenberger-Vice-president Sharon Bobay-Secretary lim Parr-Treasurer Miss IitlxvartlsfSponsor Mrs. Goble-Sponsor Mr. Stoops-Sponsor Lois Ilrown, Sandy Holycross. Marcia Griliith, Inn NVarren, Barbara Allen, Rox- anne Rohinette Barbara Allen--Presitlent lim XVarren-Vice-president Marcia Grithth-Secretary Santly Holycross-Treasurer l.ois Hnnvn-l'ointkeepc'r Roxanne Robinette-Social Director Mrs. Blcke-Sponsor L. Wilson, C. A. Dulin. B. Lindblooin, C. Custance, R. Adams, A. McClure, R. Smith. A. VVilkie Chere Custance-President Linda XVilson-Vice-president Carol Ann Dulin-Secretary Barbara Lintlblooni-Treasurer Mr, Brooks-Sponsor N.F.L. Annette VVilkie-President Ramontla Smith-Vice-president Ann McClure-Secretary Ralph Adams-Treasurer Mr. Brooks-Sponsor 1 r 3. P. 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I f Y f 4 Y ,- , ,. 4 - 1 1 - Y, 'M 'YW' IQ C1066 CM Activities: Enrollment Drive, E525 to TB Foundation, Talent Show for the school and the Shrine, Christmas Dance called "Candy Cane Ball," Sock Hop at noon to gain money to buy toys for Christmas Bureau, col- lect food for Wilbur Demland, Bus Monitors, Safety Council, Court Sessions, Christmas decorations. and a "general nuisance" to Miss Wim- nTCI', Ulll' SPUITSUY. rofecfionififd The Projectionists operated on a speeded up schedule this year with the purchase of a new Hell and Howell movie projector. The qualifications for Projectionists are: being a male student with no failing grades and being able to pass a test over the operation of the movie projectors, the record player, and the slide projector. ' There were thirty members this year, and each boy on the average showed one movie every eight school days. After showing Hfty movies. a Projectionist receives .1 pin. After showing one hundred, he receives a letter: and every hfty alter this he receives a chevron. Mr. Sinks' as- sistants were Lynn Scrogham and lim Mize. ,Oki - CAem Activities: Attended Indiana Iunior Academy of Science at Marion College, sold cokes at ball games, took care of coke machines, Held trips to city industries, gave a 55200 scholarship, joint picnic with Booster Club and Projectionists at the end of the year. Page Forty-six Smizdizzg: Sue Gentis, Ann McClure, Rosalie Gootl, XVi1rrt.'n Stcvellson Srlrnzg: Betsy Engelman Betsy Engelman-President VVarren Stevt-nson-Vice-president Rosalie Good-Secretary Ann McClure-Treasurer Suc Gentis-Head Monitor Miss VVimmer-Sponsor Top Row: Larry Iohnson, Norman Coles, Lester Anderson, Stanley Sprunger, Iames Ktndrick, Iamt-s Xlliscnburgcr. Iohn Clousc, Hob Reidhart, Iohn Mitchell, Dick Hoover Jlnldle Row: Guy Hitc, Steve Iohnson, Larry Witte, Larry Schavcy, lim Springer. Bill Roberts. Paul Russell, Leroy VVilmot, Utllc Stout U Boffom Razr: Leon Giannakefl, Paul Sills, Orin Simpson, Don Schoolcraft. Karl Fortncr: Mr. Sinks. Sponsor: Phil Hudson. Lynn Scrogham, lim Mizc, Eugene Cady, Str-ve Strait john Rollings, Dick Colbcrg, Bob Mul- lans, Dan WVeaver, Paul Smith Dan VVcavcrfPresiclcnt Patil Smith-Vice-president john Rollings-St-cretary-Treasurer Bob Mullans-Panelist Dick Colberg-Exhibitor Miss XVimnit-r-Sponsor Z-vr.u4ng.x1.xh4-:.x'ffs-v,,.,i . W., -4. -,, N r ,.. -n C7 S WS LFK FM New I +9.sa1p-gl 'xaaagm '-sm 4 1 ' 1 :lr J XJ F r I . I N, Q, x, 1 .1 ,Q !1"X A,- J I fi 6 Q A :HIT-1 1'Z1THRAh'a,. an . H , 'T fo lx, f , w Y 1 X w"" l t - y . t - Boys who are members of the Hi-Y Club have as their purpose "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- , munity, high standards of Christian character." As part of their program of service to the school and others, the Hi-Y boys planted bulbs in front of the school, assumed the duty and honor of raising and lowering the American HZIUICH school days, checking c ats at basketball games, and holding 1 wls o ruse o ey for Y .C.A.'s in foreign countries. l A iff lt li iii T A 'alll al' ll l it all ,td Og 1 ' X W Q ly X l lf l f U ' T ya M f ' We W f A ' ' ff ff Wrlji N lyphflem ir es t egg if s figfweek of i itiations ' ,Ai sister . . . l Qtykl e A al 'i iati . ' -Wint V,f'Cc ere ce .Zl,l.ylj,efispl1ish party , . . gr re ho ...N lgilpotato ch: fi . . . n 4 effinal shebang . . . l YfLfXfx xy?-re SCq1l-gll'I'1'12g!lMlLlll'C. he Y-teener have giv oodles of canned foods W it . h l fl ., "5 ' ll ton ty tapuyilies. I y P 'fl f 4 M arlgtgg, ia ing, and eating took 'placeiffifter the twice-a-month 'ly ll meelting . All 1 all, it was a year of fun a f ilearning, eh, girls? ay 1 dl X t if id ly .1 f T, l , la ramaficfi The school play for this year was a romantic comedy, The Rairznmlqer, directed by Mr. Don Goss. It was given by the dramatics class and other members of the student body. The performance was given two evenings in succession with a total attendance of Five hundred. The cast is pictured at the right. The technicians for Tlzc' Ruinmalqer were: Ron Martz, lim Hill, Al Blanton, Ronnie Davis, Florence Tierney, and Sue Hackleman. A Christmas play was also giveng the cast was made up of dramatics class students and other students from last period classes. The play was written by Linda Wilson and directed by Annette Wilkieg sets were designed by Sue Hackleman. Lights were by Al Blanton and the sound effects, by Don Howard. The purpose of dramatics class is to teach students how to write and how to direct. Page Forty-eight Hob Mulkins. XV:tync Scrogham, Ierry Springer, Mr. Sinks, Lynn Stcnn Bowman, Ierry Harman, T Lynn Scrogham-President Ierry Springer-Vice-president XVayne Scroghain-Secretary Hub Mullans-Treasurer Ierry Harman-Chaplain Stcnn Bowman-Historian Theron Ebel-Sergeant-at-Arms Mr Sinks-Sponsor Scrogham, heron Ebel Lynne Parks, Linda Iackson, Sandy Fol- lis, It-anne Heiniger, Marsha Ewald, Iudy Gillis, Bonnie Springer Bonnie Springer-President Iutly Gillit'-Vice-president Marsha Ewaltl-Secretary Icannc Heiniger-Treasurer Sandy Follis-Pointkeeper Lynnf: Parksfldistorian Linda Iackson-Devotions Miss Workman-Sponsor Sftlllllllillgf Myron Keese, Don Howard, Italy Shiruy, Mike Messenger Slllfllllgi Don Grcider, Paul Beam, Chuck Ttitltl .!9Kn L'-jx uswis ':'Q1-15.5 ' '-: , 1 1 fax N 41, 1 ! , J -.gn 45" 8' vI'2'?nTrh'I-biliiau v 9 2,645.1 , 1. , . 4 wo l . Repeated quotes of this group are: "Proof the copy" . . . "dead lines" . . . "Rewrite that story" . . . "more words" . . . "VVho will cover the game?" . . . A'Find a typist!" An E is awarded when a member earns 1000 points. The social event of the year is the banquet in the spring when E's and Quill and Scroll pins are awarded. This year new G.A..'X. activities have been added including ping pong, shuflleboard. golf, and badminton. Activities of former years. tumbling, basketball, volleyball and softball. were carried on as usual. The big attraction this year is the modern jazz class taught by Ann McClure. The dues for the 100 members are 504' per year. A pin is awarded after 150 points have been accumulated and a letter, for 250 points. me gc CM The Home Ec Club donated used toys to the Waynedale Fire Depart- ment, had a bake sale at W and D's, and visited the Leisure Electric Home where they listened to top home economists discuss careers for girls interested in home economics. The annual award banquet for the mothers and daughters was held in the spring. Page Fifty Standing: I. Stump, W. Stevenson, C. Eickhoif, B. Rice, R. Smith Seated: M. Courtney. K. L. Snider, M. Delnineey, C. Custance Marilyn DeLancey-Editor-in Chief Ramonda Smith-Assistant Editor Chcre Custance-News Editor Mariorie Courtney-Make-Up Editor Kaye Lynne Snider-Feature Editor Charles Eickhoff-Sports Editor Charles Eickhoff-Business Manager Warren Stevenson-Advertising Manager Iini Stump--Assistant Advertising Manager Bea Rice-Pointkeeper Mrs. Hibbcn-Editorial Atlvistr Mr. Fryback-Busintss Adviser Sharon Wilkinson. lane Hughes, Vicki Frederick, Kay Deckard, Maureen Clawson Kay Deckartl--Presitlent lane Hughes-Vice-president Sharon Wilkinson-Secretary-Treasurer Vicki Frederick-Unorganized Sports Vicki Frederick-Organized Sports Maureen Clawson-Reporter Mrs. McClure-Sponsor Ramonda Smith, Marilyn Iacobs, Iune Griffith. Barbara Allen Marilyn Iacobs-President Ramonila Smith-Vice-president Barbara Allen-Secretary-Treasurer Iune Grithth-Student Adviser Mrs. Deahl-Sponsor -1 .,.,..--n. fn-3 --4... :uw ...Q vm., ' --..A.i, -'W Y" Vx -T... X ff' if-ul Mis' -'T ' :ff - ,,. Ego? F 'L Cixi- 3' N figs ' QQ .X I If .f in 1 In f' , .. qf 1" ,W an .- : ffm A ' ' qiv -+ 21 ,- l5ULUyl. I1 A . ,riff Ender "Play it co-o-ol . . . Play it swe-e-et . . . Play it smo-o-0-o-oth . . . " A new cheer? . . . Yep, but is just one of the many new things this year- new cheers, new members, and a new popcorn machine to supply all the hungry E.H.S.'ers at noon and at the games. Are these memories to remember? Booster club meeting Friday noon at 11:30 promptly . . . Be here at 7:30 tonight . . . Wear white shirts . . . Straighten up your rows . . . Fill up the empty seats . . . YELL . . . Clip, Clap . . . "Hi de hi-our TROIANS are the best . . . good luck, team, GOOD Lucio" I lg tg flfk Top Row: P. Iones, S. Harris, L. Broxon, A. Berg, B. Springer, S. Boroff, I. Wetzel, L. Ormond Boitom Row: P. 'NVilkinson, I. Shirey, L. Wilson, S. Brackmann, L. Parks, M Iacobs, M. Courtney, M. Buskirk Lynne Parks-President Linda Wilson-Vice-president Sherry Brackmann-Treasurer Marilyn Iacobs-Secretary Mr. Werling-Sponsor I F 3 Q3 H 4 l A X R "Foc5iall5Com5 to mhurst. This as one of t Q. .VI - s an- MP M f- Eldfns 0 S- Czwfllzs I gf? gn K li u u . ran ing, . 'r, 3. cr nrgahi ,., theeadthfion of otball to the sports c . I m. Mr. S. F . Dowmn . O or . I. Ather- f" t-- ,X --- - . , A ., 4 ton, . pice, R. Lowe, I Kon, D Elcl' 1: bww' aa ' d as . r coach. Freshmen and so he Smith, 1. Bent .Dw, -r 'K-J N N X T -, . - . . -. 1 f . - . - .angges ereathe ogy cl - tha wergillowed to participate -.r iigliefillm evil, t.1EinlTiEl1ehi' t ' Q- . ' ' ' ' . , 4 . No e , M. Neuman L. Schavey, R Ll, huiislt will notgehntegvarsity HI1l next ye T e lm May, ing, l W, Foreman, D , . . -- . . . . , . .htkst g X s SI1glllCmflVC agxu-nning ason in two more eas s. T e IW s D Eakm I- 51121 2, .CII Q . , . r nd wi G Oi - , . Wilmot, I fQ'Q1angj'pla, three gajiesz send due to inexperience, t y o t ' l t - ef, , so , T. tz, B. D' lon. I h V, X E- . ' h Cd d N dde, . or , R. osbie, T. Berry t em. Qesefgamej ere X l p out 51 e, Concor 1.1, an ew . I1 .schml . T- Hem U imc, R Qld , .gf ... - ,, I wi I I . K7-if 138 'Q B 1 1 IXOIU. Miller, ana er R '-.Q J -Q, C3 Rey ds, P. Bc I ontalvo, R. 'nkins 1 C Q-2 gg CK l' nytl. M' ' 6 .--I , . T' "NT P3 Ns s U - U5 ill' L e u J The Elmhurst Rifle Club, under the supervision of Mr. Reed, sold candy again this year. Two additional rifles were purchased with the gross proht of the sale. The club also sponsored a fox drive and bagged four foxes. The oilicers presiding over the 46 members were: Charles Eickholf, president: Bill Ernst, vice-presidentg Beverly Turner, secretary, and Mr. Reed. treasurer. Page Fifty-two Top Row: B. Ernst, I. Rollings. I. Fur- niss, L. Loy, I. ShiHlct, G. Owens, D YVentzcl. M. Black Svmml Row: L. Roe, I. Atherton, P Bell, C. Dwyer, R. Killworth, E. Meyer E. Gillie, G. Bender, R. Wehmeyer Third Raw: B. Miller, P. Lee, R. Eakens D. Foster, T. Perl, L. Schavey, G. Brown R. Iohnson, D. Langmeyer, S. Putt, C Eickhofl Bottom Row: I. Vaughn, I. Poffcnbcrger I. Duguid, L. Hawkins, M. Hitzuman, R Gieser, Mr. Reed, B. Turner, P. Carpenter S. Marsh. M. Ormond, N. Bojrab 1 v y r s XTHQJHLYI Ck! -,P bv'-1 Lum. - ryzmsnaxxl,-van-1 u Lfzvnn-z.1.1.,wf V 4.- L 4 u - 1. . - -. nuff.. Q fl, fe Fifty-Iio Birflg Razr: Mr. Doug Spencer. Coach: Iohn Robles, jim Parr, Ron Pequignot, Iohn Bruner, Don YValdrop. Russell Allison. Mike Scott: Buddy VVilson, Managtr Front Row: Neal Mcliet-man. lim Stewart, Tom Ice. Daxc Stump, Karl Fortntr, Don McLean, lint Dowty. Tom 1-t-.lvengood gaffegaf The Elmhurst Baseball Team completed the 1958-'59 baseball season with a record of six wins against two losses. The defeats- came at the hands of Hoagland and Monroeville. The Men of Troy were coached by Mr. Douglass Spencer, This was the lirst season that Mr. Spencer coached the baseball team. Elmhurst, Monroeville. and Harlan were co-champs in baseball in the A.C.A.C. Russell Allison, Iames Parr, ancl Mike Scott provided the Trojans with lane mound strength. Russell Allison won Five games while losing one. lames Parr won one and lost one. Russell Allison faced 104 batters and struck out 45. lames Parr faced 77 men and downed 16. Mike Scott faced 21 men. The powerful slugging of the Trojans with the line pitching combined to give Elmhurst the winning season. Mike Scott, lohn Bruner. and Don McLean were the leading batters with .52-l, .-158, and .4-l-l respectively. The Trojans as a team batted at a .309 clip this season. Iohn Bruner and Russell Allison led in the R.B.I held with nine each. ,Mlm f Hifi . -I l'l'l'1Ig 1' Russtll Allison . . fi 4-Toll Iohn Brunt'r,,,,,. ll .453 lim Dowty, . 7 .259 Karl Fortner. ,W 'l .200 Toni Ice ,,,,,, . .. 0 .000 Tom Leave-ng riri tl ll .000 Neal McKeen1.m U .000 Don McLean , , . H I2 .444 Iames Parr- - . -l .250 Ron Pcquignot ., 1 .111 Iohn Robles. , 2 .355 Mike Scott .---- - ll .52-l Iames Stewart -l .222 Dave Stumpu, 3 .200 Don XV.1ldrop -.. 3 .188 sig' A 'L' ' 415- Bncfg Raw: I. XVJlkl1'lIIF1 D. Gillie, Manager: I, McCoy, Manalutrz G. Iicntltr. Managtr: Mr. lolin lfdriqk, tjnach: li. Wilson. Managtr: G. Iishtlinan .L . 111111110 Row: I. Gres, Il. Caston, T. Horton, H. lleartl, ll. liurnau. Grlllith, G. btout. R. Cuwtantt Fmnr Knut IP, Morton. R. Mueller, I. Parr, ll. Scliarfcr. IL XYalilmjx, ID. XYtaxtr - P0515 Ollll ff? edilifl The Trojan Cross Country team had a successful season. They won 11 meets and lost 2 at the heels of South Side and Central. The Trojans were victorious against Arcola, Concordia, Monroeville, Leo. New Haven, Lafayette. Hoagland. VVoodhurn. Harlan, and Huntertown. . The Trojans won the Allen County Athletic Conference cross country champion-I ship and placed iitrh in the sectional. For the second consecutive year, Dun XVeayer paced the Trojans, traveling the 2-mile course in 10:05 and setting a new .country record. 7 I lf!!l1l1l'I'ffUilIlUlI Dan NVeaytr J 2 I 7 l I I l lf Ilnn Xvalilnpjv Ill l S I 5 2 Ill Io llayc Scliat-ltr IH el N ff f- H lf Iini Parr ZS it lil H " I' lo Reinhold Muclltr I2 o 3 el 4 X ' ll luck Morton 211 12 12 " H ll Iohn Gres ., ll lti 25 ll' Z4 lli Doug Caslon Z1 ., H lo 27 ll 'Ibjn Homin Zh ln 17 IH ll 15 Bill Beard . - 1" IN Utne St-lu: Zh 14 . . lfi Gary Eslulnian T' lb lf' 32 l l -V - Km Mteiii 25 .. ll 11 7 H 51 Dai e NYaltlrop 15 W " lll 4' ll' ll 13 N, A-...xg We iv rf f-'-1-."'ffQ2wL., Q lligi' Tittx -hu xxiw X .R x M 'Jw ' Aryan pounty Public Library , ,ef QUO Webster Street J LQ! in O' fi 7 Y ,JJ ,f PO Box 22 o Q Q, A , , M12 Fon wayne, IN 46801-Zw 5 Qjffd ,gf C, S 'FB U- . , KC, .Jfy 45 5 if U! ' K fx ' Q e ,S Q 5 X y . X A O X 'N' X , .ee ,X xy . S-, x G XL,- fl IK. ,f , . S:-vw e - C 5 2 e ff ILL! 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Ik-II, Ii. .XIIQ-n, II. Riuc. I. Huwarcl 11711 lqffllf M. Stump, I. I3ugu1cI, I. M1IIcI'. D. VIIIWKUII, I., NQNVIILIYLI, R. Iiu ffm Karr: I, Stump, R. 'I4.lIIHl', I.. ScI1w.xrtzw.1ILIQr, I.. Iiruwn, I. XVz1rrLn, T. Stctzcl. O. Simpm skirk. R. Lung. I.. IXIL'XVI'lQlI'LI1 r, R. ShcI'Irr, IIC HI, I c wr mnuyrg ,viii - , , Y..- ,.... J' ...- "'ii Ckoir ana! gde vm. Top Roux L. Gwaltnny, I. lbw. I. Mizc, I. c:.ll'HlCl'l, P. 'l'.1Iholt, I.. And:-rwn. I., Hmmm, S. R11lI'll.lIYll R, Geiger. S, Runrmcn. R. Geixcr, Ii. Chrlxllc. If. 'lalbutt nom! Ron-: S. Ggbharr. K. Ihfiorn. I. Fifqlmls. R. Ebel, I. Iwnlurgrr. I. H.xbIu-gn, M. Stump. R. Smi S. Bobay, D. Henfchcn. S. Schcnchcl, I. lickrich. S. Chrmic Y Ilurzl Row: H. Cochran, M. Messrngcr, I. Stark, N. Crimlur, M. Iiuxklrl-Q. R. Nmh. G. lim, I. Iwwning. S. Farrell. K. Iuhnxun. C. limcrnck, K. Mcrkey Bottom Row: I.. Kruuchcr. I. Strulwhc, S. Imchlcitnpr. S. Grcpkc. Ii. Krlhr, IU. Idglw-n. G. Mwrgm, M. Iacnlws, I. XvLlI'l.'xIILl'1, Ii. Rnuwg-.1u, M. llurlmr. I. Max--n, Mw. l1'1mm1. llmctnr wxn1.xr,:wns:'a.w W- vnu.. :Mn-,LJ-.w.1 nr I -. .K . .mv 5. 1 . l'.1:L Flfly -xcun ,,-. wil. ' x-Y 3...- I . ,. N . .5 Top Razr: Kenny McGill, Tom Horton: XVilliam YVilliarcl. manage-rg Dave Burnau, VVarren Stevenson Boiron: Row: Iim Sehraetler, Doug Smith, Butch Hoover, Steve Kokosa, Stan Fox 2621118 20,6011 The Elmhurst Reserve basketball team compiled a record of 6 wins and 10 losses. However. they established a higher season offensive average than their opponents. The Trojans' oflensive mark was 54.4 while their opponents was 52.6. The Troians hit .475 from the charity strip while their opponents hit .527. The Trojans made one more held goal than their opponents. Fox with 99 and Stevenson with S6 were the leading scorers. Twenty-three players scored and 12 broke into double figures. Mclieeman had the highest game average with 10.6 for 6 games. W ww 1 lilmh t . . Zf56jDecatur l . . . 4" T urZt . . 4 . entral . 57 f lj .lmhurst . . ' 27. 1Kent.lvilleyf1l . -lll ll , Elmhurstzjip . . Q51 ' ehpvl 'N 1 IOM, . 774 V Iilmhurst' . .fi . f 1 Har .ill ,. Xi . . ' ' igliylhuibt .tl ,. 52 C, t fatholilc af. . . yl5 Eihihurst .KX . -. 27 cola . . .f ' . H 'Y 'lt . 54 f'lUHoagl.in4l6g?.' . .filfi I if ff' l'l 1 - If F'r.1 1f'1' V l f ff . 4 MU! - 'Lf 14. ill , Qt ,I l ,. Lf . 1 1 y W, . , ul VV A , 7 U luurnau ' r YJ if 1 flu A 6 . . A Fo y V V .fm 1 , so lv v Lf . 1 F . 5 1 ,LP 0' litfnecllekgi' ,J 2, 'LLL fl' Stexl' you Y A 75 58 y i-isa .Tj Lp, it 25 16 fl .f Ko ' rs f' 5 ' 5 L . Uaju A Stewart fri-j 7 ,-'1 6 2 . L, in 47 , J . . sim , , 5 in Q 4 " f Q 1" 'lf 1 U! Stly Cler ZW J Ii 14 mover llilflj l 151 If 7 0 f l 74 f C ' qv! Q C Dave hvtllflflbli V .1 ll A 'fuf 1' in C ' 2 'Y' 'Y Q 'eeman . I 1 2541, V122 L V J Gres 1' .. l ff ll . Mfuf France 5 fi f 3 'yu' Pequignot 12 'V 17 12 1- Beard . 2 1 1 Miller 1 1 Page Fifty-eight f Elmhurst lilmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst .I1'c'. .107 .462 .527 .521 .595 .455 .555 .-lllll .150 .555 .667 .UUU .480 .000 .500 .706 1.000 1.0011 Points 9 12 9'-J 4 as 44 59 16 lll 19 52 6 6 64 4 5 36 1 l 24 56 50 41 55 -lll 2 0 24 South Side . Butler . . Garrett . . XVU0l117UI'l'l . Monroeville . Len . . . Ossian . . New Haven . Gunici' ,'1l'4'. ti 1 12 1 15 0.11 2 2 15 6.6 16 2.75 15 5 lll 1.6 12 .84 14 2.58 11 4.5 5 2 5 2 6 10.6 4 1 8 .65 5 7.2 5 .5 2 15 2'l 22 5 5 19 25 52 55 58 ,,.Y ltlmhurst 1',lmhurst lflmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst Elmhurst lflmhurst Elmhurst lllmhurst Top Row: Butltlv 1Vi1snn. manager: Iohn Rrvlvlcs, managtr: Theron 1i1wel. statistician: lack Grilhth. XVarrtn Stax enson. Date France. Ron Pequignot: Mr, lolm Pglmgky goaeh Bulmnz Roux: Don 1Valt1rt-p, Russell Allison, Ntal Mclit-tman, Mike Scott. Karl Fortncr, Don McLean. lim Parr ardifg .Simian The Elmhurst Trojans completed their basketball season with a record of 7 wins against 14 losses for an average of 355, For the hrst time in three years six men hroke into triple ligures. Although the record is not very impressive. Elmhurst did have several high points. We defeated the county champs. New Haven. in a thrilling overtime hattle. VVe also looked very impressive against the defending state champs, South Side. when they downed us 50 to 41. Don McLean, junior guard. led the Trojans in all fields excepting rebounding. He led in held goal per- centage, free throw percentage, and most points scored. Russell Allison was second in all these Fields. very close to Don. lack Grithth and Don Waldrop led in re- hounding. The team hit .SSO from the held and .534 from the free throw lane. They averaged 51.76 points per game to their opponents 56.57 points a game. The opponents out shot the Trojans from the held and the lane very narrowly with .1 .356 and .5147 respectively. 1 . 5, Decatur . . . . 4, lxlmhurvt 52 11oagl.tn11 , , 55 1.a15ay'ctlt Ctntral . 56 lilmhurst 41 South Sith- . . 54 Kentlallville . . . 72 Elmhurst 62 Butler . . . . SH Central . . . . TH Iilmhurst ol Garrett , . . 47 Concortlia . . -lf' Elmhurst 4" XVootlhurn . 42 Harlan . . 64 Iilmhurst 614 Monroexille , . 45 Cfntral Catli-Nic . . 55 Elmhurst 5X Leo. . . . . , , 414 Huntertown . . 50 1f1mhurst 60 Ossian . . . . . . in Arcola . . . . 4" Elmhurst 414 Nt'wH.1vtn COUNTY '1'Ol.7RNAM1:N'1' SECTIONAI. . . . , 51' 1.eo . . . . 4" lilmhurst Swv Arcola. . . . 45 lluntertown. . 60 ' 41-f, .1111 Pfizyfr FLL4 I-1 I FG I"T.'l I' T FT P111 111.-' Grlnicf . lm: Allison 2116 75 564 77 51 .662 201 21 0.57 Brunner H Z 250 5 4 .H00 H 3 5.75 France 18 5 277 15 6 .461 16 10 1.6 Grilhth 135 41 .303 749 40 .5110 122 21 5,8 Parr 156 51 375 24 12 .500 114 1" 6111 Scott 2417 64 3110 55 35 .565 161 21 7.666 Waldrop 211 5" 271' 61 31 .5074 141' 21 7.005 Fol'l1'lcl' Fifi 16 42 26 .6111 511 IX McLean 184 75 5117 142 57 .695 203 20 10.2 MCKC-eman 15 7 ,466 1 0 .000 14 12 1.66 Pequignot 26 7 26" 24 12 .500 26 12 2.166 Stevenson 11 4 S65 11 7 .636 15 4 5.75 Team 1.225 404 .350 477 279 .534 1087 21 51,71 Opponents 1,141 445 .356 514 302 .SHT 11501 21 56.57 56 511 lrll fi" 41 511 64 711 47 37 17.tgc15ilty-num Q51 al glgugfv 1 1- nys. f1e!:Q 39.151-!s1:n',v: 5 .Z .X-1. xx .x Q51 f , sl 4 , Jr s I ,IE Rx " . XT X 5 I I J J I X rA,-f 11 5 l M rx .UU mf" - . ,fv H 4 ...J X.. if ff ' 4 , ., Q 'JK ' , ,sw so JT K l . pts 'x Iunio Fo ,a f 61' IIM PARR Sf 1 ZH 150 lbs. 114 pts. Senior Forward DAVE FRANCE 6' 4" 193 lbs. I6 pts. Senior Center NEAL McKEEMAN 5' 91 1" 135 lbs. 14 pts Iunior Guard KARL FORTNER 51 91 Zu 160 lbs. 58 pts. Iunior Forward DON WALDROP 6' 1" 155 lbs. 149 pts. Senior Forward MIKE SCOTT 5 11' 1 162 lbs 161 pts. Senior Forward Guard IACK GRIFFITH 6' 0" 170 lbs 122 pts. Senior Center DON MCLEAN 5' 91 1" 140 lbs. 203 pts. Iunior Guard RUSS ALLISON 5' 9" 155 lbs. 201 pts. Senior Guard -.,,. -'-4 -f --N -wry,-1-1 1' '-2. if Z N I v I. f . f .f-.-- - - X I 1 ..1. . -. 'R I l l 'S' 4. 'ill .N ,jf 4, In ef. ,x 3 1 3 f 4 S! 1 1 F 1 L P 1 r k X . -s l v I Y-fl l. , , in-g I l""", ' " ' ' H4 F Y .... P59 53 2 Show Stoppers Sandwiched In Trojan Trackers Will It? Skit Skat! .f ..v............a ,559 3 cs z 40 I-5 mlb PZ wz et LLJ CD CNE QI' 32 to 27 ENTRY Washington State VS. 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