Elmhurst High School - Anlibrum Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1960
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Be 977,202 F77eL 196o " " " . LMHURST High Schooi , LXXi- c c w y u ,J}] ' i I ' ,„ OUNTy PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1833 023019398 .eo nJ - f960 1112296 -- . » n j? Barb Lindbloom, Hall Monitor. Mighty Mites of ' 63. " I thought you checked it out. ' AARON T. LINDLEY Superintendent of Fort Wayne Community Schools LAWRENCE E. FOOTE Supervising Principal of Wayne Township Schools CHARLES W. EICKHOFF Principal PAUL HALLER Assistant Principal American Government Basketball REX ATHAN English Nature Club Biology Assistant Football Coach Freshman Basketball Coach JOHN BECHTELHEIMER Choir LEONORA SIMON BLEKE Biology Nature Club MARION DEAHL Home Economics Cafeteria Home Ec Club Junior Class JUANITA M. DECKER English F.T.A. Junior Class Basketball HERBERT C. DILLING General History Freshman Class Basketball LESTER A. DOELL Band Twirlers Basketball Junior Class URAL EDWARDS Commerce Commercial Club Basketball Senior Class ROBERT F. ELSMERE Social Studies F.T.A. Basketball RALPH A. EVANS History Math LETHA FALLS English Latin ANLIBRUM Senior Class DONALD S. FRYBACK Driving Commercial Arithmetic ADVANCE Business Staff RAYMOND GARRETT Moth Basketball Sophomore Class ARTHUR F. GERVyiG English Latin Basketball Sophomore Class WILLIAM F. GEYER Boys ' Phys. Ed. Safety-Health Head Coach of Basketball Freshman Football Coach Assistant Track Coach MARCELLA L. GOBLE Bookkeeping Commercial Club Basketball School Treasurer Senior Class DONALD C. GOSS Art Stage Craft Dramatics Junior Class Basketball MILDRED HIBBEN Library Journalism ADVANCE Editorial StafF KENT E. KURTZ Speech English Debate Speech Club N.F.L Senior Class JAY LEE Mechanical Drawing Shop Junior Class JEANETTE McCLURE Girls ' Phys. Ed. Jazz Class G.A.A. Freshman Class GLENN D. MILLER Safety-Health Driving Assistant Football Coach Assistant Track Coach Freshman Class Basketball PRUE A. OBERLIN Latin English Sophomore Class MARY M. POLITE English Sophomore Class Basketball RICHARD L. POOR Math Freshman Class Basketball MARY DOWNS PURKHISER English 10 N. RAY REED Industrial Arts Rifle Club Basketball GEORGE F. ROLLER General History Basketball JULIA SHAW School Secretary JOHN R. SINKS, JR Social Studies Audio-Visual Aid Hl-Y Projectionists Senior Class DOUGLASS A. SPENCER Safety-Health Athletic Director Cross Country Coach Assistant Basketball Coach ELDEN E. STOOPS Typing Head Coach of Track and Football Basketball 11 JACQUELINE B. STRICKLAND French Spanish Y-Teens Freshman Class LLOYD WEBER Social StucJies Basketball Booster Club Sophomore Class NICHOLAS C. WERLING Safety-Health U.S. History Golf Booster Club Assistant Coach of Reserve Basketball RUTH M. WIMMER Chemistry Physics Dean of Girls Phi-Chem Club Red Cross Club Basketball MILDRED Y. WOODWORTH Geography English U.S. History JOYCELYN WORKMAN English Y-Teens 12 a eUfUa, Estella Walters, Mary Wagner, Hilda Martin, Edna Churchward, Violet Broxon f€iHiton4. Abe Rhodes, Sam Moffett, Hubert Schoeph, Cletus Hart, Wilbur Dem- land. STANDING: S. Townsend, L. Brown, B. Wolden, J. Heiniger, J. Gillie, J. Meyer, L. Newhard, R. Burd, J. Strubbe, B. Weikel. SITTING: C. By- ers, J. Fultz, H. Hegerfield, S. Marsh, B. Goshorn, E. Biddle, M. Zelt. 13 1 . ?. P4 Ronald May, 55 President Louise Newhard, Vice-President Pat St. John, Secretary Dixie Boxell, Treasurer Sponsors Mrs. Decker, Chm. Mr. Lee Mrs. Deahl Mr. Doell Mr. Goss Kay Krinn, Secretary Tana Fortner, Vice-President Tom Morton, President Bill Beard, Treasurer Sponsors Mrs. Polite, Chm. Mrs. Oberlin Mr. Gerwig Mr. Weber Mr. Garrett Jim Anglin, Secretary Mike Morton, President Susan Shoaff, Treasurer Bob Mcgregor, Vice-President Sponsors Mrs. McClure, Chm. Mr. Dilling Mr. Poor Miss Strickland Mr. Miller catcon TOP ROW: Terry Fair, Gene Kleeberg, Kenneth Budd, Paul Lee, Jim Warren, Jim McCoy, Dan Linnemeier, Ronnie Downing, Keith Johnson, Ken Branning. SECOND ROW: Ron Von Diver, Doug Gillie, Larry Loy, Bob Lehman, Ronnie May, Steve Strait, Jay Ath- erton. Butch Hoover, Jack Wetzel, Robert Wough. THIRD ROW: Roxann Robinette, Mary Alice Lord, Marcia Vaughn, Penne Fry, Alice Gillette, Marlene Klemm, Judy Vaughn, Diane Wyss, Amy Tomlinson, Louise Newhard. FOURTH ROW: Bill Dent, Ray Bell, Dave Richey, Ron Clymer, Mike Davis, Tim Fultz, Bob Braungort, Ed Brown, Charles Dwyer, Bob Ehrman, Steve Meyer. FIFTH ROW: Buzz Ditmer, Dave Berry, Gary Bender, Jo Ellen Duguid, Judy Breidert, Margie Fairfield, Guy Brown, Gene Achleman, Doug Coston. BOTTOM ROW: Bobbie Christie, Dixie Boxell, Janet Day, Sue Bland, Pam Chapman, Maureen Clawson, Darlene Briant, Judy Bruns, Pat Adams. 15 catio%d TOP ROW: Richard Killworth, Mike Kelley, Roger Grepke, Jim Gearhart, Jim Schroder, Fred Forris, Tom Armstrong, Steve Zellers, Stan Fox, Bill Willard, Roger Scott. SECOND ROW: Dan Osborne, Ronald Hensley, Jim Stump, Sherry Koorsen, Virginia Garrison, Nan Bojrab, Bob Boyd, John King, Jim Houser. THIRD ROW: Betty Bodle, Dorlene Swank, Ethel Talbott, Irene Miller, Marilyn Rietdorf, Beverly Schworz- walder, Judy Welbaum, Barbara Lindbloom, Joan Roberts, Linda Kerirns. FOURTH ROW: Charles Johnson, Lorry Schavey, Steve Kokosa, Tom Reuille, Gary Mitchell, Paul Ragan, Don Kumfer, Doyle Gouty, Bob Saunders, Chuck Shinn. FIFTH ROW: Robert Riedhart, Pot Sheffer, Vivian Nevers, Sharon Imel, Sandy O ' Connor, Carol Houser, Geraldine Johnson, Pat Opiiger, John Robles. BOTTOM ROW: Eva Goznares, Myrenia Payne, Sharon Hall, Anne Herber, Helen Peppos, Judy Poffen- berger, Cindy Menke, Linda Hav kins, Judy Solyer. 16 f caUoft TOP ROW: John Mitchell, Douglas Smith, Lester Anderson, Jim Vodde, Robert Colpetzer, Bill Kline, LeRoy Wilmot, Stanley Sprunger, Jim Stewart. SECOND ROW: Down Gerardot, Carol Lohrbach, Karen Stirlen, Bob Shumaker, Ronnie Eakins, Kent Green, Kay Gillie, Suellen Walker, Phoebe Carpenter. THIRD ROW: Joyce Fields, Linda Hunt, Sharon Crall, Karen Acker, Sandra Rehrer, Carol Ann Dulin, June Griffith, Linda Stanford, Sharon Farrell. FOURTH ROW: Jay Henschen, Lorry Baughmon, John Show, James Kendrick, Patrick Welch, Fred Rocky, Jim Work, Ron Davis, Paul Hemmeter, John Mullons. FIFTH ROW: Sharon McClintick, Lois Boird, Joyce Marx, Ginger Morgan, Susan Mansfield, Bob Taylor, Robert Tschannen, Danny Wheeler, Tony Onorato, Stanley Hawk. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Welker, Ann McClure, Maralee Branstrator, Pat St. John, Ca rlyn Funk, Elaine Rousseau, Judy Degler, Wilma Taylor, Phyllis Hursh, Beatrice Rice. 17 SofoAo KOfte TOP ROW: Tom Berry, Dean Cutshall, Chuck Hotter, Erv Denig, Terry Heeter, Bob Prince, Larry Kibiger, James Neimeyer, Stanley Ketzler, Bob Miller. SECOND ROW: Robert Branstrator, Bob Dillon, Roger Glidewell, Paul Bell, Tom Maldeny, Charles Mai deny, Charles Bailey, Roland Garupy, Dick Reynolds, Wayne Meyer. THIRD ROW: Leah Gwaltney, Sandra McKee, Carol Kelly, Karen Anderson, Judy Helbig, Gornett Hoff- man, Janice Morton, Carol Hunt, Connie Butler, Emily Boling. FOURTH ROW: Betty Mix, Sally Amstutz, Mary Anne Stump, Sandra Oberholtzer, Judy Habegger, Mary Christoff, Luanne Jewell, Karen Ayres, Sandy Burns, Kristine Evans. FIFTH ROW: Bill Jackson, Stanley Sakowicz, Bob Crosbie, Michael Black, Dave Waldrop, Don Peterson, Jack Shefflet, Tom McBride, Rick Meyer, John Rahrer, Gene Wilson. SIXTH ROW: David Boger, Pat Schaefer, Mike Bennett, Holly Watson, Charles Herport, Carolyn Merriett, Norman Dalman, Diane Henschen, Richard Cole, Alice Schneider, Mark Hazelet. SEVENTH ROW: Bonnie Whittenbarger, Shirley Branddenburg, Kathie Werling, Sharon Emerick, Rosolyn Geiser, Sandy St. John, Diane Pelz, Sandy Marschand, Judy Springer, Betty Frisby, Sue Longston. BOTTOM ROW: Phyllis Fuson, Betty Richerdson, Molly Snyder, Joyce Hechler, Pamela Huesner, Lyna Schwarzv alder, Nancy Hudson, Tracie Murdock, Anne Switzer, Pat Richards, Judy Spuhler. 18 Safr io Kone TOP ROW: Ronald Walden, Leslie Row, Bob Wehmeyer, John Gres, Norm Eby, Dave Foreman, Tom Mor- ton, Bob Johnson, John Bentz, James McKay. SECOND ROW: Phil Johnston, Darwin Wright, Bob Veiga, Eugene Cody, Richard Von Hoozen, Dave Redding, Steve Adkinson, Dick Hoover, Bob Mansfield, Roger Lowe, Charles Hall. THIRD ROW: Dave Pelz, GifFord Hampton, Ronnie Yoter, Dennis Rotch, Karen Miller, Jeannie Finlayson, Cheryl Feaster, Tom Gouty, Tom Ice, Donald Craig, George Owens. FOURTH ROW: Judy Johnson, Sharon Craig, Suzy Ormiston, Sondra Scherschel, Melonie Lude, Janet Diss, Delores Sunderland, Eloise Johnson, Carol Skinner, Rheta Niswonger, Sandy Roop. FIFTH ROW: Wayne Byrd, Jerry Kinsey, Gene Byrom, James Menke, Dole Foster, Dick Wentzel, Reinhold Mueller, Tom Perl, Marc Smith, Guy Hite, Don Langmeyer. SIXTH ROW: Bob Mowan, Roger Listenberger, John Waldrop, Jerry Mason, Alois Nowak, Bob Malott, James Robbins, Marlin Krinn, Roy Mason, Tom Reinking, Tom Cripe. SEVENTH ROW: Linda Schaefer, Cheryl Meyer, Nancy Moering, Mary Sarles, Karen Omo, Borbara Wire, Anna SchlaudrafF, Ruth Smith, Elaine Bollenbacker, Judy Robbins, Dale Lee. BOnOM ROW: Kay Krinn, Margie Weyrick, Sandra Dull, Weltha Wise, Ann Herdrich, Rusty Walker, Pam Meyers, Barbara Parr, Judy Skinner, Cindy Plott, Judy Shooff. 19 Sofi a HOfte TOP ROW: Jim Smith, Jack Terziu, Mike Neuman, Gene EickhofF, Bob Jenkins, Dave Mueller, Jim Allen, Riley Miller, John Carsten, David McGuigon, Phil Hudson. SECOND ROW: Judy Miller, Judy Jo Seaman, Florence Tierney, Vivian Carr, Gay Lou Westbrook, Sandra Dunn, Karen Krill, Eddie Moore, Kenny Shepler, Robert Wagner, Ronald Lev is. THIRD ROW: Diana Moore, Sherry Gillie, Judy Kelder, Judy Noble, Diana Fair, Susie Kimmel, Joan Mills, Janet Hill, Pot Meese, Sharon Souers, Sandy Karst. FOURTH ROW: Karen Wilkinson, Sandy Kruse, Sandra Hunter, Suzanne Jewell, Sandra Johnson, Diana Hays, Judy Van Allen, Lana Show, Judy Moore, Diana Procis, Margaret Houston. FIFTH ROW: Bob Busse, James Broun, Curtis Bailey, Edward Diss, Don Greider, Paul Sills, Mike Teeple, David Stier, Jim Howard, Bill Beard. SIXTH ROW: Janice Kibiger, Loraine Juergens, Susan Caudill, Sherry Cole, Frances Butler, Barbara Col- berg, Nancy Gillie, Solly Dohman, Carolyn Todd, Carol Humm, Bonnie Eisenbise. SEVENTH ROW: Marilyn Hitzmon, Sandy Long, Karen Hahn, Judy Workman, Pat Brown, Sue Haber, Jean Gentis, Donna Harris, Joanne Downing, Jerry Esterline, Linda Trocey. BOTTOM ROW: Ruth Ebel, Marilyn Herron, Tana Fortner, Connie Harris, Karen Swain, Linda Cormean, Sharon Ditmer, Barbara Prince, Phyllis Solyer, Mary Jackson, Delores Jackson, Judy Crow. 20 e j HCft TOP ROW: Michael Ferguson, Gary Bowers, Gary Hontz, Jerry Nicholson, Don Hart, Frank Haughey, Terry Fairfield, Bruce Miller, Bill Cutshall, Dave Rondot. SECOND ROW: Dole Hamilton, Dorrel Hyde, Terry Frederick, Don Disque, Sylvia Broxon, Nina Freeh, Marsha Crawford, Kenny Nieman, Jerry Gebhart, Jim Anglin, Ted Herron, Richard Kohne. THIRD ROW: Linda Butler, Julia Hubbard, Barbara Exner, Diane Davis, Betty Cook, Mono Diss, Judy Cran- dall, Sharon Hoover, Carole Boussum, Linda Breeden, Barbara Gearhart, Suzanne Eishen. FOURTH ROW: Myrna Hamilton, Vickl Arnold, Pam Houts, Tomyra Jackson, John Coar, David Bay, Steve Fortriede Leota Hardisty, Shirley Ackermann, Lynn Maxwell, Susan Bermes, Diana Boldt. FIFTH ROW: Chipper Decker, Jack Forbing, Alan Niebel, Ronnie Jones, Tom Williams, Bill Wetzel, Jim Walker, John Drummond, John Kruse, Tom Welch, Dick Kanyuh. SIXTH ROW: Dan Jenkins, Charles Copps, John Stark, Sam McBride, Bill Otis, Murl Wheeler, Jerry Boiley, David Smith, Wendell Wise, Glen McDowell, Stan Watkins. SEVENTH ROW: Nancy Pennington, Janice Trout, Sharon Vaughn, Bessie Williams, John Cole, Phil Kauff- man, Mike Zeigler, Carol Roehrs, Margaret Tegtmeyer, Delores Wilson, Carol Van Allen, Sandy Mueller. BOnOM ROW: Vicki Hodell, Valerie Scholler, Betty Miller, Sue Taylor, Joan Bixby, Bonnie Simmons, Pat Rhoades, Connie Kohne, Rosonn Wright, Kathy Welch, Linda Counseller, Phylis Vaughn. 21 xe A HCft FIRST ROW: Thomas French, Jim Myers, Bill Boussum, Jack Depew, Paul Russell, Kip Piper, Kenneth Sheets, Doug Detmer, Joe Montalvo, Dan Kanyuh, Woody Ormiston. SECOND ROW: Tom Lee, Mike Brown, Harley Kizer, Roger Hermann, John Stallsmith, Richard Powell, John Leiendecker, Jeff Borne, Michael Riley, John Brown, Robert Harmon. THIRD ROW: Kothy Fitzgerald, Nancy Smothermon, Sue Knoblauch, Trudy Schmidt, Mary Hawkins, Karen Lehman, Sandra Knepper, Beverly Walmer, Pat Baker, Jo Ann Haven. FOURTH ROW: Lucretia Reidhart, Barbara Keller, Rebecca Johnson, Suzanne Racine, Cheryl Smith, Joanne Sanders, Jackie Glass, Barbara Smith, Jo Jean Campbell, Sharon Laisure. FIFTH ROW: Dan Shailenberger, Mike Price, Howard Harz, Clayton Adams, Bob Shifflett, Steve Camp- bell, Verl Sipe, Steve Shockney, Tom Strauss, Mike Wiggs. SIXTH ROW: Joan Acker, Oralou DeLancey, Deanna Gaunt, Judy Souers, Nancy Combs, Karol KaufFman, Janis Brown, Paula Black, Judy Ann Ulrich, Barbara Nicherson, Sandra Means, Steve Petit. SEVENTH ROW: Sendee Lewis, Grace Brown, Mar Gres, Barbara Dafforn, Diann Stoll, Janet Ringer, Carol Murray, Stephanie Pence, Patricia Waldrop, Mary Belle Davis, Sharon Shurtz, Eileen Ricci. BOTTOM ROW: Potti Richter, Gail Zeysing, Ethel Biddle, Catherine Breinfalk, Janet Porkison, Pat Arm- strong, Janelle Custance, Kathy Cahoon, Carolyn Crow, Ruth Christie, Marilynn Bruner, Anita Flager. 22 ne A HCft TOP ROW: John Stewart, Sanger Stabler, Steve Rhoades, Terry Smith, Steve Roser, Larry Smith, Mike Putt, Errol Stech, John Schmufz, Bill Kingsbury. SECOND ROW: Ron Levy, Darrell Adams, Jon Walker, Charles Carr, Mary Knous, Nancy Schroff, Marsha Zelt, Judy Tegtmeyer, Tommy Alimondinger, Dove Thorne, Michael Reed, Dole Snyder. THIRD ROW: Mary Kissinger, Charlene Roberts, Vickie Emberlin, Gloria Troutmon, Judy Wilcoxson, Sandy Bloomfield, Judith Merriett, Nancy Peterson, Sue ShoafF, Ruth Pease, Marilyn Smothermon, Linda Smith. FOURTH ROW: Patricio Shipe, Karen Murphy, Judie Greeno, Kandy Paul, Dale Swank, Bill Kendrick, Alex Robles, Ted Swank, Claudia Zimski, Anne Weaver, Pandora Pray, Marilyn Fischbach. FIFTH ROW: Richard Stoneman, John Sprondol, Bill Bunnell, Victor Lunz, DeWayne Northcutt, Mike Mor- ton, Larry Riesen, Bill Merriett, Robert McGregor, Franz Mueller, Richard Parker. SIXTH ROW: Larry Edington, Jim Oberlin, Lonny Fry, John Goehringer, Robert Crow, Joe Laguno, Lynn Graves, Lorry Lieberenz, Fred Royer, Steve Killworth, Mike Donahue. SEVENTH ROW: Dona Kienzle, Pat Jett, Rosalyn Habegger, Judy Harshbarger, Maggie Hoffman, Bonnie Alexander, Cheryl Andrews, Mickey Craig, Ruth Mason, Welmo Meyer. BOTTOM ROW: Joy Ann Weaver, Sharon Cheney, Cheri Cook, Shirley Hyde, James Otis, John Christoff, Jerry Mowery, Ruth Ann McLaughlin, Sherry Shady, Gail Gariepy. 23 2 o " to c D C , 4 Scctnwtt THeetcK Wayne Scrogham Vice-President Judy Gillie Home Room 213 Sec.-Treos. Rosalie Good Home Room 217 Sec.-Treas. Eva Jo Series •. Home Room 221 Sec.-Treas. Beverly Weikel Home Room 219 Sec.-Treas. Don McLean President Senior class elections . . . Watching senior bulletin board . . . Junior Prom . . . Choos- ing of Queen and Court ... All night party at Ranch House . . . Counting credits . . . Oh! that physics! . . . Remember v hen? . . . Bug collections . . . Editing ANNIE . . . ANNIE sales ... No senior snaps . . . Tests all day . . . Teas for prospective college students . . . Hold the bells for senior meeting . . . " Wilbur, please come to the office " . . . Getting used to new room numbers . . . Soc. budgets . . . Chasing the bus for Phi-Chem trip . . . Senior Poll . . . Essay tests . . . Getting senior pictures taken . . . PSAT TEST . . . Slumber parties . . . Record hops after games . . . Beating ' 59 County Champs . . . Senior Day . . . Choosing caps and gowns . . . Steak at Senior Banquet . . . Flunking chemistry tests . . . This is our year . . . Bulky knit sweaters . . . The latest, boots . . . Sitting in the gym . . . Talent Shows . . . Modern Jazz Class . . . Debate and Forum . . . Out of the cafeteria by 1:00 . . . Split lunch hour . . . Going to Hall ' s . . . For juniors and seniors only . . . " See you at Dale ' s " . . . " Shotgun " . . . Planning for college . . . Writing for admission papers . . . Lack of M-O-N-E-Y! . . . Tryouts for " The Glass Menagerie " and " Amchl and the Night Visitors " . . . Baccalaureate and Com- mencement. 25 RALPH S. ADAMS RUBY E. ALLEN E in Speech and Phi-Chem Red Cross Club E in Nature Club Home Ec Club President of Speech Club G.A.A. Veep of N.F.L. Cafeteria Debate Team Commercial Club. Junior Achievement. MARCIA ANDERSON GENE BECK Veep of Commercial Club Phi-Chem Club Booster Club Prom Committee Office Practice. KATHERINE BENTZ ALBERTA LEA BERG E in Booster Club E in Booster and Red Cross Clubs Red Cross Club E in Y-Teens Y-Teens. Officer of G.A.A. Commercial Club Veep of Y-Teens Interclub ANLIBRUM Staff. Vlil EDNA BIDDLE MICHAEL BOEDEKER E in Home Ec Club Phi-Chem Club Commercial Club Red Cross Club Red Cross Club Rifle Club Prom Committee Intramural. OfRce Practice. JAMES E. BORDEN STENN BOV MAN E in Bond E in Band Red Cross Club Sec. of Hi-Y Electro Club Intramural. Junior Achievement Prom Committee. CAROL BOWSER FRED EUGENE BRESLER E in Twirling E in Rifle and Booster Clubs Asst. Twirling Captain E in Phi-Chem Club Prom Committee Track Team Junior Achievement Intramural. Commercial Club. LOIS EILEEN BROWN STEVEN BROWN E in Band and Speech Club From Warsaw High School E In Nature Club Safe Driver ' s Club Prom Committee Bond President of Band. Junior Achievement Intramural County Safe-Driving Roodeo Champ, ELFRIEDA BRUNNER GARY BUNN E in Nature Club and Cafeteria Treas. of Sophomore Class ANLIBRUM Staff Nature Club Y-Teens Red Cross Club Junior Achievement Intramural Red Cross Club. Baseball Team. RITA BURD DAVE BURNAU Commercial Club E in Varsity Sports Red Cross Club Cross Country Office Practice Track Team Came from Central Basketball SPOTLIGHT Staff Baseball. Student Council. -ii sv i JANICE BURRIS CONNIE JEAN BYERS Red Cross Club Commercial Club Commercial Club Red Cross Club Home Ec Club Electro Club ADVANCE Staff. Choir Office Practice. JACQUELYN CARR JOHN E. CLOUSE, JR. Red Cross Club E in Phi-Chem Club G.A.A. E in Projectionist Cafeteria Electro Club. Choir. EDWIN J. COOK GLORIANA CRIMM E in Red Cross Club Junior Achievement Prom Committee Intramural. 27 RONNIE CUSTANCE KEITH DAFFORN Red Cross Club E in Choir Commercial Club Prom Committee ADVANCE Business Ma ager " Amohl " Cost. Cross Country Team. KAY DECKARD BARBARA J. DENNIS E in G.A.A. and Booster Club Red Cross Club E in Phi-Chem Club Y-Teens President of G.A.A. Choir Y-Teens Cafeteria. Prom Committee Commercial Club. KAREN ANN DIEM SUE EALING E in Red Cross Club E in Twirling Booster Club Treasurer of Commercial Club Phi-Chem Club Came from Central of Fort Wayne Y-Teens CALDRON Staff Prom Committee. SPOTLIGHT Writer Twirling. BbHH Hh H| DON EISHEN VICKI EVANS Came from Hoaglor d E in G.A.A. Track Team Intramural. Driver ' s Club Intramural. JAMES W. EWARD SANDRA KAY FOLLIS E in Booster and Red Cross Clubs E in Phi-Chem Club Officer of Y-Teens Jazz Class ANLIBRUM Staff Prom Committee. KARL FORTNER VICKI FREDERICK E in Varsity Sports E in Booster Club and G.A.A. Hi-Y Dramatics Class Projectionist Choir Treasurer of Junior Class. Y-Teens ADVANCE Typist. JANET FULTZ PATRICIA MAE GEBHART E in Band and Red Cross Club E in Booster and Nature Clubs President of Y.F.C. Red Cross Club Phi-Chem Club Commercial Club. Office Practice. ROGER GEIGER LEON WILLIAM GIANNAKEFF E in Choir E in Bond Theatre Art E in Phi-Chem Club Dramatics Class Publicity. Projectionist. JUDY GILLIE ROSALIE GOOD E in Booster and Red Cross Clubs E in Twirling and Red Cross Veep of Y-Teens President of Red Cross Club President of Commercial Ck b Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class Sec.-Treas. of Booster Club Prom Attendant Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class. ANLIBRUM Staff. BARBARA A. GOSHORN DAVE P. GREIDER E in Twirling E in Bond ADVANCE Typist The Glass Menagerie. Office Practice Prom Committee Phi-Chem Club. FRANK GREPKE BARBARA ORES E in Booster Club and Y-Teens Point-Keeper of Y-Teens Commercial Club Red Cross Club Junior Achievement. MARCIA GRIFFITH FRED GUDAKUNST E in Nature Club Red Cross Council. Sec. of Nature Club ANLIBRUM Staff Junior Achievement Red Cross Club. JANICE HABER SUE HACKLEMAN Red Cross Club E in Booster Club Commercial Club Prom Committee Home Ec Club Electro Club Come from Central Catholic Y-Teens G.A.A. Red Cross Club ROBERT WAYNE HAMILTON JERRY HARMAN E in Cafeteria E in Bond Booster Club . Veep of Hi-Y Intramural Red Cross Council Nature Club Junior Achievement Prom Committee. Intramural. HARLEY HEASTAN MARIANNE HEGERFELD Cross Country Team Commercial Club Intramural ADVANCE Typist ADVANCE Staff Office Practice Came from Seward, Nebraska Junior Achievement Track Team. Rifle Club. JEANNE HEINIGER JANES HELBIG E in Twirling Prom Committee Treas. of Y-Teens Junior Achievement Captain of Twirling Hi-Y Club. Office Practice Prom Committee. HELENE M. HERBER SANDRA HOLYCROSS E in Home Ec Club E in Phi-Chem and Nature Clubs Prom Attendant Commercial Club Red Cross Club Y-Teens Commercial Club Prom Committee. ADVANCE Typist. JANE HUGHES RONALD IDDLES E in Booster Club Track Team E In G.A.A. Junior Achievement Pres. and Veep of G.A.A. Red Cross Club Sec.-Treos. of Youth for Christ. Come from Concordia Track Team Cross Country. LINDA C. JACKSON MICKEY JACKSON E in Speech and Booster Clubs Red Cross Club F.T.A. Intramural. Y-Teens Phl-Chem Club N.F.L. KAREN JANE JOHNSON LARRY L. JOHNSON E in Booster Club and Y-Teens Projectionist E In Red Cross and Phi-Chem Clubs Hi-Y Commercial Club Prom Committee. Cafeteria. MYRON KEESE ELIZABETH B. KENDRICK Hi-Y E in Red Cross and Booster Clubs Phi-Chem Club Phi-Chem Club The Rainmaker Cast. F.T.A. Y-Teens ANLIBRUM Staff. RICHARD KIZER SHIRLEY ANN KOEHLINGER E in Phi-Chem Club E in Booster Club Track Team Red Cross Club. Cross Country Team Hi-Y. JACKIE KOHNE LARRY LEONARD Booster Club Phi-Chem Club Commercial Club ANLIBRUM Staff Nature Club Prom Committee Y-Teens Come from Thomas Carr Red Cross Club. Howe, Indianapolis Football. DENNIS LONG ROBERT L. LONG, JR. Projectionist E in Band Cafeteria Hi-Y Came from North Side Electro Club Rifle Club. Intramural Red Cross Club. JIM P. LORENZ STEPHANIE MARSH E in Phi-Chem Club E in Rifle Club Hl-Y. Sec-Treas. of Rifle Club Commercial Club Off ' ice Practice Red Cross Club. MARGARET JANE McCLAIN KENNETH McGILL E in Booster Club E in Varsity Sports ANLIBRUM Staff Rifle Club. Sec-Treas. of Phi-Chem Club President of F.T.A. Y-Teens. CHARLES w. McGregor NEAL McKEEMAN Phi-Chem Club E in Basketball Intramural E in Baseball and Cross Country Nature Club Red Cross Club Hi-Y. Cross Country Team Phi-Chem Club. DON McLEAN KAREN MERKEY E in Varsity Sports E in Twirling, Choir, ADVANCE President of Senior Class E in Red Cross and Y-Teens President of Sophomore and Secretary of Choir Junior Class Secretary of Junior Achievement Prom Committee Phi-Chem Club ANLIBRUM Staff. Prom Committee. MICHAEL L. MESSENGER EMIL MEYER E in Choir E in Rifle Club ADVANCE Staff Phi-Chem Club The Rainmaker Cast Track Team Veep of Choir Intramural. Commercial Club. JANE MEYER DONALD W. MILES E in Booster Club Rifle Club Commercial Club Came from Central G.A.A. Latin Club Y-Teens Rifle Club Office Practice. Track Team. JUDITH ANN MIZE DYANA MOSIER E in Choir and Red Cross Club ANLIBRUM Staff " Amahl " Cast Prom Committee ADVANCE Staff F.T.A. F.T.A. ADVANCE Staff Rifle Club. MARGERY CLAIRE MOULIN ROGER D. NASH E in ADVANCE Staff E in Cfioir F.T.A. Hi-Y Electro Club Projectionist. Dramatics Class Booster Club. LYDIA NEWHARD JUDITH DALE OSBORNE E in Red Cross Club and Band E in Booster Club Electro Club E in Red Cross Club Council Y-Teens Prom Attendant ADVANCE Typist ANLIBRUM Staff Commercial Club. Veep of Junior Class Twirler. MARY ELLEN PARKER RONNIE PAYNE E in Band and Red Cross Club Phi-Chem Club Prom Committee Red Cross Club ANLIBRUM Staff Intramural. Electro Club Phi-Cfiem Club. RONALD PEQUIGNOT BARBARA PROUGH E in Cross Country Team Prom Committee E in Varsity Basketball Commercial Club Track Team. Red Cross Club. ELIZABETH REYNOLDS GEORGE RICHEY E in Nature Club and Band E in Band Pointkeeper of Nature CI ub Prom Committee Speech Club Phi-Chem Club N.F.L. Hi-Y Y-Teens. Red Cross Club. 33 ROBERT RINGER ALEX C. SAKOWICZ Hi-Y E in Cafeteria Intramural Phi-Chem Club Rifle Club Prom Committee. Junior Achievement. EVA JO SARLES JOY SCHLAUDRAFF E in Cheerleading ANLIBRUM Staff E in Red Cross Club Commercial Club Sec.-Treos. of Senior Class Red Cross Club. Prom Attendant Phi-Chem Club. BEVERLY SCHREEN WAYNE SCROGHAM Veep of Booster Club E in Phi-Chem Club Veep of Y-Teens Veep of Senior Class Red Cross Club President of Hi-Y Junior Achievement ANLIBRUM Staff Come from South Side. Electro Club. RICHARD SHEFFER CHARLENE KAY SMITH E in Bond. E in Booster Club Red Cross Club. JUDY RAE SMITH PAUL N. SMITH G.A.A. E in Phi-Chem Club OfFlce Practice President of Phi-Chem Club Y.F.C. Red Cross Club Council Red Cross Club. Prom Committee Indiano Boys ' State. RAMONDA SMITH SALLY SMITH E in ADVANCE and Home Ec Club E in Booster Club E in Booster Club and Choir Prom Committee Editor of ADVANCE G.A.A. Speech Junior Achievement F.T.A. Y-Teens. Phi-Chem Club. 34 JAMES SORG BONNIE LOU SPRINGER Intramural. E in Red Cross and Booster Clubs E in Y-Teens Prom Attendant President of Y-Teens Commercial Club Dramatics Class. JOHN STANFORD JAMES J. STARK E in Red Cross Club Phi-Chem Club Red Cross Council Choir Phi-Chem Club Red Cross Club Band. Intramural. SANDRA ANN STECH GENE STOUT Red Cross Club. E in Projectionist Club Cross Country Team Speech Club Debate Red Cross Club. 1112296 DAN STREETER JANET KAY STRUBBE E in Band E in Cheerleading, Booster, Choir Treas. of Hi-Y E in Red Cross and ADVANCE Staff Speech Club Office Practice ADVANCE Staff President of Choir Intramural. Phi-Chem Club. JUDY TAM CURTIS TAYLOR E in Booster and Red Cross Club Hi-Y Phi-Chem Club Commercial Club ADVANCE Staff Projectionist Y-Teens Choir Junior Achievement. F.T.A. LARON THOMPSON PAT TRIM E in Phi-Chem Club E in Tvirirling Junior Achievement. Commercial Club Junior Achievement Red Cross Club G.A.A. 35 BECKY WALDEN Prom Attendant Booster Club Cheerleader Treasurer of Freshman Class OfFlce Practice JAMES WEISENBURGER Projectionist Booster Club. VELMA WHIHENBARGER Red Cross Club Commercial Club. BEVERLY WEIKEL E in Booster Club Senior Class Sec.-Treas. Home Ec Club Commercial Club Junior Achievement. RONALD REED WETZEL Phi-Chem Club. SHARON WILKINSON E in G.A.A. Sec.-Treas. of G.A.A. Jazz Class. DOWNING EDWARD WILSON, JR. E for Varsity Manager ANLIBRUM Staff Phi-Chem Club Jr. Endorsers of Photoplay Prom Committee. MARTHA ANN WILSON E in Twirling Prom Committee ADVANCE Agent Red Cross Club Commercial Club. MARJORIE ANN ZELT E in Booster Club Home Ec Club Commercial Club Red Cross Club Office Practice. LINDA LOUISE WILSON E in Booster and Red Cross Clubs E In Speech Club President of N.F.L. Secretary of F.T.A. The Gloss Menagerie Cost. SUE WOOLUM E in Choir Commercial Club Dramatics Class Y-Teens National Thespian Society. SHERRY EMBERLIN PATRICIA LOU FRANKENBERG E in Home Ec and Y-Teens E in Red Cross and Phi-Chem Clubs E in Cafeteria and Booster Ciub E in Rifle Club and Y-Teens Commercial Club ADVANCE Staff ADVANCE Staff G.A.A. Red Cross Club Commercial Club Cafeteria. DAVID BRIAN HAZELET RICHARD LLOYD MORTON Hi-Y Chaplain E in Varsity Track Phi-Chem Club. E in Intramural and Cross Country Dramatics Class Construction. DONALD L. OMAN ALLAN SCHILLING E in Phi-Chem Club. Intramural Cafeteria Red Cross Club. LINDA SU TARNEY STEVE TEGTMEYER Red Cross Club. SUE TOWNSEND STEVE A. WHEARLEY E in Booster and Red Cross Clubs Sports Manager ANLIBRUM Staff Hi-Y Office Practice Commercial Club Junior Achievement Cafeteria. Phi-Chem Club. JEAN WOLERY BOB S. YOUNG Red Cross Club Track Team. Choir Cafeteria Y.F.C. 37 Graduates whose pictures are missing: Larry Ehrrran James H. Hill Roy Miller Judith Ann Smith Phyllis Smith i 1 2 3 ■jHj HHIHHJI HIi HI A - ii V p H JpH UII , ' Mi ' lfl H I V ' .-jL " ' i i?t ' ittf «5 :; « ' ; St C£4 i IV., ;z e« w BACK ROW: S. Bowman, B. Long, J. Fultz, J. Kohne, M. Moulin, J. Burris, K. Johnson, J. Meyer, P. Frankenberg, S. Townsend, J, Tam. MIDDLE ROW: J. Borden, R, Nash, J. Stork, D. Burnau, L. Jackson, C. Bowser. FRONT ROW: J. Sfrubbe, R. Good, D. McLean, J. Helbig, L. Thompson, K. Fortner, P. Smith. 38 Look, StupidI Dethroned. Ox Roast. Back To Your Cellsl Commencement 1959. Poor Mac. 39 e tdefoou ' D 4 KOun. April 25, 1959 Top: J. Osborne, B. Walden, H. Herber, M, B. Ewald, M. Ewold, The Rendezvous The Royal Couple 40 Springer, J. Sarles, R, Good. Queen Marsha Le Couronnement AwUe St z D. McLean . . . Boys ' Sports, D. Mosier . . . Senior Editor, W. Scbroghom . . . Activities, S. Townsend . . . Senior Editor, P. Smith, Business Staff, B. Kendrick . . . Editor-in-Chief, L. Leonard . . . Business Staff, R. Good . . . Activities. " Miss Falls, will you sign my pass? " . . . " Betsy, how do you want these pictures arranged? " . . . " Sue and Alberta, type these stories " . . . " Buddy, come back here! " . . . " Dyana and Jane, haven ' t you finished that story yet? " . . . " Wayne, quit looking out that window! " . . . " Where did Don go today? " . . . " Judy, for heaven ' s sake stop blowing those monstrous bubbles! " . . . " Where ' s Larry and El- frieda? " " They ' re in the bock room with Marcia, working " . . . " You mean to say that Rosalie is with us today " . . . " Paul, will you please draw this em- blem for me? " . . . " Joy, will you please check these names? " . . . " Good grief! How are we ever going to identify all of these freshmen? " . . . " Deadline on December 15th " . . . " Pictures tomorrow " . . . Such is the life of Miss Falls and the ANNIE Staff along with arranging pictures, typing layouts, identifying students, and counting money. All in all the year has been most satisfactory. It was hard work but lots of fun. We hope you enjoy the ANNIE as much as we enjoyed working on it. STANDING: M. Griffith . . . Underclass Editor, M. Parker . . . Underclass Editor, J. Schaudroff . . Underclass Editor, B. Wilson . . . Boys ' Sports E. Brunner . . . Senior Editor, J. Osborne . . . Ac- tivities. SITTING: S. Follis . . . Senior Editor, A. Berg . . . Senior Editor, J. McClain . . . Senior Editor. 4ctc(Actce4 Home Ec Club Pages 44,45 Y-Teens Pages 44, 45 Dramatics 44, 45 Red Cross Club Pages 46, 47 Projectionists Pages 46, 47 F.T.A Pages 46, 47 Forum Club Pages 48, 49 ADVANCE Staff Pages 48, 49 Phi-Chem Club Pages 48, 49 Nature Club Pages 50, 51 Commercial Club Pages 50, 51 Hi-Y Pages 50, 51 Band Pages 52,53 Choir Pages 52, 53 Booster Club Page 54 Rifle Club Page Sb Cross Country Team Pages 56, 57 Football Team Pages 56, bl Reserve Basketball Page 58 Varsity Basketball Page 59 Big Ten Pages 60, 61 Sports Snaps Pages 62, 63 Modern Jazz Group Page 64 Cafeteria Workers Page 65 Snaps Page 66 Laurels Page 67 Activities pictured on page 43: Sock Hop — S. Marschond, D. Cutshall, J. Greeno, P. Hudson Red Cross Directory — M. Bronstrotor, B. Parr, L. Gwoltney Jr. Endorsers of Photoplays — W. Willard, L. Newhard, R. Burd, B. Wilson " Amahl " Cost — G. Hite, L. Anderson, J. Mize, K. DafForn, M. A. Stump, G. Kleeberg D.J. ' s — B. Taylor, D. Streeter Electro Club — S. Hockleman, P. Smith Sports Mishap — T. Horton; B, Wilson, Mgr. Thunderbirds — R. Long, D. Greider, J. Borden, R. Davis 42 ' ? o tte Sc Cud Sharon Imel Student Adviser Helene Herber • Vice-President June Griffith President Leah Gwaltney Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Deahl Sponsor Mrs. Deahl has her excitement. Let ' s listen for awhile and see what happens. " Ouch! I burned my finger. What happened to my needle? . . . The rolls are burning . . . Gosh, what a day! " Now turn to the serious side of the Home Ec Club. In November and March, they had Bake Sales in the cafeteria. At Christmas time the club collected toys for the Allen County Children ' s Home. In the spring they had a semi-formal Mother and Daughter Banquet when the awards were given. During the year, the girls mended those huge football uniforms and also hemmed the girls ' shower curtains. The Home Ec Club meetings consisted of several interesting topics with speakers from Vesey ' s Floral Company, Bobbi Ray ' s Charm School; and Cliff Robbins, the hair stylist. ' - ee t4. President Linda Stanford, Barbara Parr Vice-President Beverly Schreen, Nancy Moering Secretary Judy Degler, Frances Butler Treasurer Dixie Boxell, Tana Fortner Historian Judy Bruns, Carol Humm Point Keeper Barbara Gres, Judy Seaman Song Leader Rosalie Good, Kay Krinn Devotions Maralee Branstrator Sponsors Miss Workman, Mrs. Strickland STANDING: B. Gres, B. Parr, L. Stanford, J. Bruns, C. Humm, J. Seaman, F. Butler SITTING: K. Krinn, M. Branstrator, T. Fortner, R. Good, J. Degler, D. Boxell, B. Schreen. Hove you heard? The Tinker-Y has grown so large it was necessary for a split in the club. The juniors and seniors went their way; the sophomores went theirs. There was always something going on: folding bandages, hanging greens, stuffing envelopes, etc. . . . D%cuptcttccA Dean Cutshall, David Greider, Linda Wilson, Carol Ann Dulin. The Dramatics Class this year presented a play which turned out to be one of the best ever. It was entitled The Glass Menagerie. The leading characters were as follows: Linda Wilson, Dave Greider, Carol Ann Dulin, and Dean Cutshall. Also this year the choir, the band, and the class produced " Amahl and the Night Visitors " for the P.T.A. and any students who wished to come. Judy Mize, Mary Ann Stump, Keith DafForn, Guy Hite, and Lester Anderson played the main roles. " Amahl and the Night Visitors " was another success. The artistic sets were designed by Sue Hackleman. Ron Davis and Dave Greider con- trolled the lighting, and Jim Howard worked hard on the construction for the sets. Mr. Goss supervised this work and directed the dramatic productions. 44 45 I ed 01O44, i«d Ann McClure Point Keeper Tom Norton Vice-President Rosalie Good President Barbara Parr Treasurer Bob Tayior Secretary Wow! What a buzz of activities — Jim Warren and his busy monitors, Council meet- ings, Bev Schreen and the Senior Citizens Committee, seventh period sock hop to buy toys for the Christmas Bureau, Student Directories, Sue Hockleman and the Christmas Decorations, Second Semester Dance and Ann McClure and the Talent Show — all under Miss Wimmer ' s supervision. n ' fectcoHc t TOP ROW: G. Hite, B. Johnson, J. Weisenburger, L. Giannakeff, J. Clouse, L. Wilmot, R. Lowe, G. Wilson, B. Kline, J. Vodde, G. Stout MIDDLE ROW: L. Johnson, K. Fortner, T. Cripe, D. Wetzel, J. Mitchell, J. Kend- rick, D. Hart, M. Price, D. Cutshall, S. Sprunger, P. Russell BOTTOM ROW: C. Taylor, B. Reidhart, L. Schavey, S. Strait, R. Sevey, J. Angjin, C. Adams, R. Levy, G. Owens, J. Sprandel. " Lights " . . . " Camera " . . . " Roll ' em! " . . . " Oops, the film broke or else gosh, the record ' s stuck " . . . What an efficient job Mr. Sinks and his projectionist boys have done this past year at E.H.S.! 9- ' 7. . Judy Degler Librarian Bob Taylor Vice-President Standing: Linda Wilson Secretary Linda Stanford President June Griffith Treasurer Mrs. Decker and Mr. Elsmere are the sponsors of this group. To start off the year with a bang, the Future Teachers of America group sponsored a party and square-dance for all the new teachers. Throughout the year, the members served as ushers for almost everything . . . P.T.A. meeting . . . THE GLASS MENAGERIE . . . and for Teachers ' Con- vention. Nearly all the members did service work for the teachers. They also sold sta- tionery and notebooks. 46 47 Tt, , , €Utd tWOH Jim Howard ' Secretary of Forum Richard Killworth Treasurer of Forum Treasurer of N.F.L. Linda Wilson President of N.F.L. Ralph Adams President of Forum Vice-President of N.F.L. Robert Waugh Secretary of N.F.L. Mr. Kurtz Sponsor The National Forensic League is a national honorary organization for those mem- bers of Forum who have earned 25 points or more in interscholastic contests and who have been active in speech work. Forum activities include extemporaneous speaking; humorous, dramatic, and oratorical declamations; radio announcing, original oratory, and debate. T CcUk 4cCoi utce Sta Standing: Jim Stump Advertising Manager Ronnie Custance Business Manager Dan Hart Circulation Manager Judy Mize Copy Editor Bea Rice Make-up Editor Sitting: Elaine Rousseau News Editor Ramondo Smith Editor-in-Chief Margery Moulin Assistant Editor Barbara Lindbloom Feature Editor " But my story is due today! " " Please think of some interesting material " . . . " Proof the copy " . . . " Deadlines to meet " . . . " Rewrite the story " . . . " more words " . . . " Please find a typist! " These quotes ore heard frequently around Mrs. Hibben, editorial staff adviser and Mr. Fryback, the business staff adviser. Letters and Quill and Scroll pins are awarded at the spring banquet. -( ietH ( Ronnie Downing Vice-President Paul Smith President Jane McClain Secretary-Treasurer Don Oman Coke Machine Miss Wimmer Sponsor These Phi-Chem members had a great time on their bus trip to Butler University in In- dianapolis where they attended the Indiana Junior Academy of Science. They sold cokes at ball games, took care of the coke machines, took field trips, and awarded $200 in scholarships at the senior banquet. 48 49 TUtune ( lud Roxanne Robinette Treasurer Bonnie Eisenbie Secretary Lois Brown President Gene EickofF Vice-President Dean Cutshall Social Director Betsy Reynolds Point Keeper Mrs. Bleke Sponsor Mr. Athon Sponsor The Nature Club held its regular meetings once a month. At these meetings various people came to talk to them on conservation, different parts of the world, and many other topics. Movies and slides, also were shown. This year the Nature Club ' s project was Conservation. ( KmenciaU ( 4u Judy Gillie President Marcia Anderson Vice-President Linda Wilson Treasurer Sue Ealing Secretary Miss Edwards, the head of the commercial department; Mrs. Goble and Mr. Stoops, are the three sponsors of the Commercial Club. Qualifications for membership are typ- ing, shorthand, or bookkeeping. The Commercial Club holds its annual award banquet at the end of the school year. ' »c- ' ! Curtis Taylor Sergeant-ot-Arms David Hazelet Chaplain V oyne Scrogham President Dan Streeter Treasurer Jerry Harmon Vice-President Stenn Bowman Secretary Richard Kizer Historian Mr. Sinks Sponsor The Hi-Y Club ' s purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. This year at Christmas they hod a penny drive to raise money to help some needy families in our community. Also they ran a check room for coats at the home basketball gomes. 50 51 - 5 te?3 |,; i « - r« BACK ROW of Band: P. Bell, C. Bailey, B. Long, G. Hontz, T. Fairfield, J. Schmutz, D. Reynolds, S. Killworth, J. Duguid, O. Deloncey, R. Habegger SECOND ROW: R. Glidewell, S. Shooff, B. Colberg, M. Frich, D. Thorne, J. Borden, J. Morton, C. Butler, S. Bowman, J. Day, S. McKee, I. Miller FRONT ROW: R. Christie, S. Cole, B. Taylor, B. Rice, L. Brown, G. Hoffman, J. Roberts, A. Gillette, D. Swank, P. Pray, M. Snider, L. Schwarzwalder. The six Top Band Tunes were: " Peter Gunn " " 77 Sunset Strip " " Barnum and Bailey ' s Favorite " " Suite of Old American Dances ' " Caribbean Fantasy " " The Billboard March " BACK ROW of Choir: L Anderson, J. Mize, R. Gieser, V. Fred- erick, J. Downing, G. Hite SECOND ROW: G. Kleeburg, J. Wol- ery, C. Butler, B. Springer, K. Merkey, B. Dennis, C. Taylor FRONT ROW: C. Smith, M. Branstrator, L. Gwaltney; Mr. Bech- telheimer. Director,- J. Strubbe, S. Bermes, M. Stump. L ' n twl BACK ROW of Band: M. Smith, J. Vodde, T. Heeter, B. Saunders, L. Gionnokeff, R. Lowe, D. Streeter, G. Kleeberg, J. Spice, P. Sheffer, M. Teeple SECOND ROW: P. Hursh, R. Davis, D. Greider, D. Foster, D. Sheffer, B. Kingsbury, R. Mansfield, D. Wentzel, D. Mueller, J. Habegger, S. Dahmon FRONT ROW: Mr. Doell, Director; L. Jewell, M. Davis, C. Bailey, J. Gebhort, T. Ice, J. Howard, L. Butler, P. Meese, J. Stump, B. Schwarz- walder, M. Stump. The six Top Choir Tunes were: " Be Thou Not Still " " Red Wing " " Set Down Servant " " You ' ll Never Walk Alone " " But the Lord is Mindful of His Own " " Shepherds ' Chorus " from Amohl and the Night Visitors BACK ROW of Choir: E. Johnson, J. Hill, T. Cripe, R. Nash, D. Smith, S. Forrell, J. Smith, C. Boussum SECOND ROW: G. Mor- gan, L. Graves, J. Carr, D. Pelz, J. Mason, S. Woolum FRONT ROW: J. Campbell, L. Maxwell, J. Diss, D. Pelz, J. Van Allen, R. Smith. TOP ROW: Judy Gillie, secretary-treasurer; Beverly Schreen, vice-president; Linda Stanford, Bonnie Springer, Phoebe Car- penter, Margery Moulin, Sue Langston, Donna Harris BOT- TOM ROW: Ramonda Smith, Dixie Boxell, Rusty Walker; Linda Wilson, president; Judy Crow, Delores Jackson, Cindy Plott. Sfu te Cod " Be calm ... be cool . . . and be collected! " This year the Booster Club had a total membership of one hundred and fifty-two members. They were very happy to have with them their new sponsor, Mr. Weber, and also the assistance of Mr. Werling, their former sponsor. Because of the split lunch hour, all Booster Club meetings were held on Friday mornings at 7:30 A.M. At the beginning of the basketball season, the club pur- chased for the varsity team two more red and white traveling bags. This year the Booster Club again purchased sectional tickets for its members. The money for these tickets was obtained from the profits of the popcorn soles at the home games. The point system for this year was as follows: 5 points for yelling at home gomes 20 points for selling at home games 20 points for shoe check at home gomes 150 points required for o letter The main purpose of the Booster Club is to promote good sportsmanship among the fans and to cheer the Red and Gray on to victory. In addition to cheering, the club sponsored a sock hop after the home game with Huntertown. Along with the Projection- ists and the Phi-Chem Club, the Booster Club had a picnic on June 9 at McMillen Park. 54 TOP ROW: Larry Schavey, Stephanie Marsh, Jo Ellen Du- guld Judith Vaughn, Mike Black. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Poor, Adviser; Leslie Roe, Judy Poffenberger, Linda Hawkins, Miss Strickland, Adviser. BOTTOM ROW: James McCoy, Ronnie Eakins; Mr. Reed, Adviser,- Gory Bender, Doug Gillie. I i i d The officers of the Rifle Club were as follows: Ronnie Eakins, president; Jim McCoy, vice-president; and Linda Hawkins, secretary-treasurer. As in years before, the club ' s main sponsor was Mr. Reed. He was assisted by Miss Strickland and Mr. Poor. There were 42 members this year. The Rifle Team was shot against Howe and against Culver; the freshmen walked away with honors against Poplar Grove. On March 5, the club shot in the state (regional) match. Later in April they shot in the Nationals. Last summer ( ' 59) in the Regionals at Louisville, the team took a second. To pay for these trips, which are rather expensive, the Rifle Club this year sponsored a Soc Hop (the first one of the season). Later they sold candy. So far this year, two people, Mike Black and Judy Poffenberger, hove received their letters. Also working toward the greatly coveted Distinguished Medal are: Jim McCoy, Doug Gillie, Gary Bender, Linda Hawkins, and Lorry Schavey. 55 ( n ouHtntf TOP ROW: B. Merriett, B. Kingsbury, J. Stewart, S. Ketzler, F. Mueller, K. Fortner, D. Burnau, L. Kibiger, E. Denig, B. Wetzel, J. Schmutz, R. Pequignot. SECOND ROW: T. Ice, C. Hall, T. Cripe, T. Reinking, R, Muel- ler, D. McLean, J. Stallsmith, D. Thorne, H. Harz, J. Piper, R. Kizer, N. McKeeman THIRD ROW: D. Cosfon, D. Waldrop, J. Waldrop, D. Cutshall, B. Wilson, Coach Spencer, C. Adams, G. Hite, T. Horton, J. Mitchell, K. McGill, J. Ores, C. Johnson. Thirty-six boys were on the 1959 cross country team. Practice first began the third week in August. Bluffton was the first Elmhurst opponent. Central Catholic, Huntington Catholic, Central, New Haven, Areola, Concordia, Central Catholic, and South Side were run in that order. Against these 8 opponents Elmhurst won 5 and lost 3. Also, our team took second in the N.E.I.C. meet and then fifth in the sectional meet. Reinhold Mueller led the Elmhurst boys for a team first in every meet. His bests were a second in the conference meet and a sixth in ihe sectional. He broke the school record three times and now is the record holder with 10:03 for the near two-mile course. Behind Mueller in team position were: Dave Waldrop, Kenny McGill, John Mitchell, John Ores, Dean Cutshall, Doug Caston, Guy Hite, Charles Johnson, John Waldrop, Clay Adams and Tom Horton. They were the twelve who qualified for the sectional. Next year all will return but McGill. ood zU Varsity Football TOP ROW: Coach Stoops, D. Caston, B. Prince, T. Heeter, L. Schavey, B. Colpetzer, R. Eakins, C. Notter, J. Warren, D. Mueller, T. Berry SECOND ROW: B. Boyd, D. Berry, D. Waldrop, B. Riedhart, T. Reuille, B. Dittmer, S. Kokosa, J. King, J. Wetzel, G. Brown, C. Duyere, B. Willard. THIRD ROW: J. Schroder, S. Fox, D. Smith, R. Downing, R. May, J. Atherton, R. Lowe, L. Wilmot, J. Spice, J. Mul- lans. Freshman Football TOP ROW: Coach Miller, J. Gebhort, R. Packer, J. Drummond, B. Cutshall, T. Smith, F. Foyer, B. McGregor, J. Walker SECOND ROW: J. Stark, L. Fry, J. Anglin, D. Snyder, R. Stonemon, J. Walker, J, Depew, C. Capps, D. Swank, J. Robles THIRD ROW: P. Kauffman, R. Walden, A. Nowok, B. Beard, B. Johnson, G. Wilson, D. Wentzel, G. Owens, B. Crosbie, B. Otis, K. Shepler. Football, although a new sport this year, had a successful season. The boys on the team found out that it is a rough sport and a difFerent sport. The team captains were Ronnie May and Ronnie Downing. Doug Smith, who played guard, was elected The Most Valuable Player by the team. Playing the single wing offense seven games, the team won 3, lost 2, and tied 2. Most of these teams are in the N.E.I.C. Next year will be the first year of varsity competition and the Trojans are expected to do well. 56 57 TOP ROW: Stan Ketzler, Franz Mueller, Bob Miller, Dave Waldrop, Charles Hall, Guy HIte BOHOM ROW: gr. Phil Kauffman, DeWayne Northcutt, Bill Beard, Tom Ice, Dave Foreman, Jerry Nicholson, Coach Werling. e e u SecuoH The Elmhurst Reserves posted a 4 win, 18 loss season. The team consisted of fresh- men, sophomores and one junior. A point that might be brought out in relation to their won — loss record is that last year ' s starting five on the freshman team was moved up to the varsity and therefore missed a chance to gain valuable reserve experience as well as help the team. Reinhold Mueller led the team in scoring by pouring through 108 points in 15 games for an average of 7.2 points a game. Bill Beard was the second leading scorer with 90 points in 19 games for on average of 4.78 points a game. Guy Hite followed closely in third place by scoring 90 points in 20 games for an average of 4.5. Bob Miller and Dave Foreman led the team in total rebounds. Next year these boys will be expected to make the jump to the varsity team. Game Player Year Games FT. Ave. FT. FG. TP. Ave. Hite Soph. 20 18-33 .545 36 90 4.5 Mueller Soph. 15 14-28 .500 47 108 7.2 Miller Soph. 20 9-29 .310 35 79 3.95 Northcutt Fresh. 13 1-3 .333 8 17 1.30 Waldrop Soph. 12 19-30 .629 24 67 5.38 Foreman Soph. 18 14-27 .517 22 58 3.22 Beard Soph. 19 13-27 .481 39 91 4.78 Otis Soph. 13 7-16 .466 20 47 3.61 Ice Soph. 13 6-6 1.000 5 16 1.23 Ketzler Soph. 19 5-27 .185 12 29 1.52 Hall Soph. 11 2-8 .250 2 6 .555 Mueller Fresh. 9 4-14 .478 5 16 1.77 Prince Soph. 7 9-14 .400 8 25 3.57 Neuman Junior 6 2-7 .285 5 12 2.0 Nicholson Fresh. 6 5-8 .625 2 9 1.5 58 f Mgr. Bill Wlllard, John Gres, Don McLean, Reinhold Mueller, Tom Horton, Stan Fox, Asst. Coach Spencer, Coach Geyer, Bob Prince, Ron Pequignot, Neal McKeeman, Tom Relnking, Karl Fortner, Mgr. Bud Wilson. in ttcf Seci.d oH ' The Elmhurst Trojans finished the 1959-60 season with 2 wins against 18 losses. Of the 18 losses, several games were lost in overtime or by small margins. In the County Tourney, Elmhurst was defeated by Lafayette Central 46—44 in their first game. The Trojans met the Leo Lions in the Sectional and dropped an overtime thriller 70-65. Don McLean took the individual scoring honors by tallying 240 points in 20 games for an average of 12 points per game. Neal McKeeman won the free throw honors by cashing in on 63 of 90 charity attempts. Ron Pequignot led the rebounding department with a total of 139. Karl Fortner and Don McLean received honorable mention for the All County Team. The Trojans did not place anyone on the All City Team, but Neal McKeeman and Don McLean received honorable mention. ■ Gome Player Year Games FT. Ave. Ft. F.G. T.P. Ave. MeLean Sr. 20 60-92 .652 90 240 12.0 MeKeeman Sr. 20 63-90 .700 78 219 10.95 Fortner Sr. 20 33-64 .515 70 175 8.75 Pequignot Sr. 20 33-57 .579 34 101 5.50 Fox Jr. 8 3-5 .600 3 9 1.12 Horton Soph. 20 15-26 .576 36 87 4.35 Gres Soph. 16 13-30 .433 33 79 4.93 Prince Soph. 14 50-20 .250 9 23 1.64 Reinking Soph. 16 13-25 .464 8 29 1.81 Waldrop Soph. 11 2-7 .428 8 19 1.72 Mueller Soph. 8 0-2 .000 3 6 JS 59 Tom Reinking John Gres Sophomore Sophomore Forward Guard 29 Points 79 Points Ron Pequignot Senior Center 101 Points Tom Horton Stan Fox Sophomore Junior Forward Center 87 Points 9 Points 60 Karl Fortner Senior Forward 175 Points Reinhold Mueller Sophomore Forward 6 Points Don McLean Senior Forward 240 Points Neal McKeeman Dave Waldrop Senior Sophomore Guard Guard 219 Points 19 Points 61 Mr. Athon ' s Proteges Snip! Snap! Talented Twirlers Strategic Planning Future Sam Sneads 62 ■ : ' . f , ' f ' Practice, Practice, Practice! Track Stars Marching Trojanettes Athletically Inclined V-V-Victory! 63 P ' . ' l l„ , . , 1 , . — (■ - ' ■■ ' I , ' " ,. ' ■■ ' ' 1 - - r- -d- i I..: W - Ann McClure, Judi Crow, Lois Pe ppas. rd, Susan Mansfield, Sandy Follis, Sharon McCiintick, Karen Hahn, Helen " Come on! Let ' s put more action in it! Stretcli, bend, up, down! " Tliat ' s tlie way the Wednesday night practice goes from 3:30 to 5:00. Ann McClure is the instructor and choreographer of the Jazz Group. The girls are now beginning to learn their right feet from their left feet. (Only kidding!) These girls put in many hours of hard, exhausting work; but it ' s fun and very enjoyable. Just as the girls. The dancers in the picture are the girls that participated in the Mint Julep Group last year. Plus this group, there have been many others participating in this year ' s Jazz Group. Although these girls were in this group mainly for their own enjoyment, they took part in many shows throughout the year. They put on a show during intermission at the January 8 basketball game. One of the dances. Shoeless Joe, was also given at the G.E. Christmas Program. Ann McClure, Lois Baird, Susan Mansfield, Sandy Follis, Sharon McCiintick, Karen Hahn, Cheryl Meyers, Cheryl Smith, Diane Davis, Joan Roberts, Carol Humm, and Vickie Hodell prepared two novelty numbers for the Talent Show given April 1. The dancers participated with the Talent Show Cast in several charitable shows. This group made a return visit to the Ann Adams Review. The Mint Julep Group were guest per- formers last year at Miss Adams ' Review. The requirements for this group are: interest and ability in dancing, willingness to give up your own time, and cooperation with the director and the group. 64 TOP ROW: David McGuigan, Kent Green, Bill Kline, Jim Vodde, Lester Anderson, Allan Niebel SECOND ROW: Tom Maldeney, Denny Long, Gay Westbrook, Jean Wolery, Stan- ley Sakowicz, Pat Welch THIRD ROW: Pat Frankenberg, Pat Schaefer, Vivian Carr, Jackie Carr, Judy Workman, Barbara Dennis FOURTH ROW: Myrenia Payne, Karen Johnson, Janice Kibiger, Sherry Emberlin, Janice Brown, Vivian Nevers BOTTOM ROW: Richard Kizer, Dale Swank, Jerry Gebhort. Have you ever noticed how smoothly and efficiently our cafeteria is operated? This is due mostly to the 34 students who work both noon hours. They are under the super- vision of Mrs. Deahl. These workers have a wide variety of duties which include the following: serving the main dishes, serving desserts, replenishing the extra special treats such as vegetable and fruit salads, fruit and filled pies, replenishing milk, tabulating the amount and kind of food served, selling snacks at the snack bar in the dining room, washing all the dishes and seeing that they are put away in their proper places, and washing the tables when everyone has finished eating. In general these workers are a great help to the five cooks, Mrs. Deahl, and the students. If a student works in the cafeteria for two years, he earns a letter,- if he works for four years, he may earn a letter sweater. All the workers receive free dinners for their work. Of course, a cafeteria worker ' s life isn ' t all work and no ploy. They had a Christmas party and a gift exchange with movies and refreshments as an added attraction. They also had a party this spring where the letters or letter sweaters were presented. 65 Senior Smarties Senior Newcomers Mr. Humphrey Silas Marner ' s Home Senior Best Citizens 66 auneU VALEDICTORIAN - Lois Brown SALUTATORIAN - Gloriana Crimm PROM QUEEN Anne Herber PROM ATTENDANTS Dixie Boxell Carol Ann Dulin June Griffith Ann McClure Louise Newhard Pot St. John NATIONAL ARION AWARDS BAND Lois Brown CHOIR Ramondo Smith D.A.R. BEST CITIZEN Lois Brown SENIOR BEST CITIZENS Linda Wilson Wayne Scrogham QUILL AND SCROLL Marjorie Moulin COMMERCIAL AWARDS Bookkeeping I Florence Tierney BOOKKEEPING II Richard Sheffer TYPING II Lois Brown SHORTHAND II Lois Brown NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Edna Biddle Lois Brown John Clouse Kay Deckard Janet Fultz Roger Geiger Rosalie Good Barbara Goshorn Sue Hackleman Sandra Holycross Karen Johnson Betsy Kendrick Charles McGregor Karen Merkey Jane Meyer Judy Osborne Marv Ellen Parker Barbara Prough Eva Jo Sarles Paul Smith Gene Stout Janet Strubbe Judy Tom Sue Townsend Becky Walden Linda Wilson NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONORARY Richard Kizer SPEECH HONORS Ralph Adams Joanne Sanders Linda Wilson 67 c efKAccC 7 , 60 %ce»tcU AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY Hannibal, Missouri Portraits and Groups A A PHOTOGRAPHERS Fort Wayne, Indiana 68 S
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