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

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The ANLIBRUM of the Class of 1961 of ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL FORT WAYNE, INDIANA Volume 28 CHARLES W. EICKHOFF, Principal We, the Spirit of ' 61, dedicate this, our ANLIBRUM, as a form of com- pensation to the man who has devoted his time, patience, and inexhaustible energy to the shaping of our future. " Hail to old Elmhurst High, School without peer " % i Spifit of 61l LeRoy Wilmot, John King, Ron Downing 1149100 Places and Faces On this page: D A R Best Citizen Another day, another D! Payola! Girls ' State, Boys ' State It ' s not funny $. Leave it to Phoebe! On the opposite page: Pondering Pam Balancing the Books Hemmin ' it up! Did we make it, Mr. Lee? Curbside Chums Gossiping Gussies Strike! Strike Two! rj: b ' X ' ' ' . 4 b, ' , A The Swingin ' Spirit On this page: ■■■HHI Administration 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 RUTH M. WIMMER Chemistry Dean of Girls JULIA SHAW Secretary On the opposite page: REX ATHAN English Safety-Health JOHN BECHTELHEIMER Choir LEONORA SIMON BLEKE Biology MARION DEAHL Home Economics Cafeteria JUANITA M. DECKER English HERBERT C. DILLING General History English LESTER A. DOELL Band URAL EDWARDS Shorthand Typing II Faculty ROBERT F. ELSMERE Social Studies RALPH A. EVANS General Math General History LETHA FALLS English Latin DONALD S. FRYBACK Driving Commerical Arithmetic RAYMOND GARRETT Mathematics ARTHUR F. GERWIG Latin On the opposite page: WILLIAM F. GEYER Physical Education MARCELLA L. GOBLE Bookkeeping DONALD C. GOSS Art Dramatics MILDRED HIBBEN Library Journalism KENT E. KURTZ Speech English JAY LEE Mechanical Drawing JEANNETTE McCLURE Physical Education H. RANDY MASTERSON Physics Plane Geometry 10 BBfc, " dip y , - . ft k ■ II x , " Li Faculty GLENN D. MILLER Safety-Health Driving PRUE A. OBERLIN Latin English MARY M. POLITE English RICHARD L. POOR Mathematics N. RAY REED Shop Machine Shop GEORGE F. ROLLER U.S. History On the opposite page: JOHN R. SINKS, JR. U.S. History Social Studies DOUGLASS A. SPENCER Athletic Director Physical Education ELDEN E. STOOPS Typing I JACQUELINE B. STRICKLAND French Spanish LLOYD WEBER Social Studies NICHOLAS C. WERLING U.S. History MILDRED Y. WOODVVORTH Geography English U.S. History JOYCELYN WORKMAN English V2 Sweeties BACK ROW: Sondra McKee, Garnet Hoffman, T a m m y Jackson, Suzanne Racine, Val- erie Schaller. FRONT ROW: Deanna Gaunt, Judy Springer, Joanne Down- ing. Clean-up Crew Abe Rhodes, Cletus Hart, Wilbur Demland, Violet Brox- on, Clifton Jones, Hubert Schoeph, Sam Moffet. ftit Kitchen Patrol Edna Churchward, Mary Wagner, Estella Walter, Violet Broxon, Hilda Martin. 14 Junior Class Officers Fran Butler 202 Sec.-Treas. Charles Bailey .... 106 Sec.-Treas. Nancy Metering .... 107 Sec.-Treas. Jeannie Finlayson 110 Sec.-Treas. Dave Foreman .... Vice-President Tom Horton President Barb Parr 206 Sec.-Treas. Dave Waldrop .... 102 Sec.-Treas. Kay Krinn 204 Sec.-Treas. SPONSORS: Mrs. Decker, Chm., Mr. Lee, Mrs. Deahl, Mr. Goss, Mr. Doell. Sophomore Class Officers DeWayne Northcutt Vice-President Mike Horton President Home Room Sectreary-Treasurers Terry Frederick 224 Suzanne Racine 211 Sue Shoaff 212 Pat Waldrop 228 Barbara Exner 105 Jackie Glass 210 SPONSORS: Mrs. Polite, Chm., Mr. Gerwig, Mr. Weber, Mr. Garrett, Mrs. Oberlin. Freshman Class Officers Paul Eickhoff Vice-President Anita Wiegman .. 132 Sec.-Treas. Jerry Reinking President Pat Gasper 104 Sec.-Treas. Patsy Kelly 116 Sec.-Treas. SPONSORS: Mrs. McClure, Chm., Mr. Dilling, Mr. Poor, Mrs. Strick- land, Mr. Miller. 15 JUNIORS TOP ROW: Bill Jackson, Bob Mowan, Jim Kendrick, Riley Miller, Mike Neuman, Bob Jenkins, Tom Beery, Dale Foster, Bob Mansfield, David McGuigon, Rick Meyer. SECOND ROW: Ken Shepler, Karen Orao, Joanne Downing, Judy Helbig, Carol Humm, Sandra Dunn, Karen Krill, Judy Miller, Elaine Bollenbacher, Tom Hamilton. THIRD ROW: Delores Sunderland, Anne Switzer, Leah Gwaltney, Karen Hahn, Jean Gentis, Cheryl Meyer, Judy Kelder, Pat Meese, Susan Caudill, Vivian Carr. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Keller, Ruth Ebel, Vicky Mcintosh, Kay Krinn, Tana Fortner, Suzy Ormiston, Judi Crow, Barbara Prince, Mary Christoff, Linda Carmean. FIFTH ROW: Mike Poinsett, Richard Cole, Steve Adkinson, Gary Proffer, Dave Redding, Stanley Sakowicz, Tom Reinking, Tom McBride, Terry Hivley, Wayne Byrd, Jim McKay. SIXTH ROW: Susie Kimmel, Judy Jo Seamon, Sharon Souers, Pat Brown, Florence Tierney, Anne Schlaudraff, Roger Glidewell, James Braun, Jerry Mason, Leslie Row, Bob Crosbie. SEVENTH ROW: Mickey Craig, Barb Parr, Sondra Schsrschel, Lana Shaw, Pam Gamble, Diana Pelz, Linda Schaefer, Sandy St. John, Donna Harris, Pat Richards. BOTTOM ROW: Molly Snyder, Lyna Schwarzwalder, Sondra Dull, Nancy Hudson, Sharon Craig, Rheta Niswonger, Diana Procis, Diana Moore, Karen Ayers, Janis Mertens. 16 JUNIORS TOP ROW: Marc Smith, Reinhold Mueller, Dean Cutshall, Chuck Notter, Bill Beard, Eugene Cady, Duane Downes, Bob Prince, Don Peterson, Jim Johnston. SECOND ROW: Bruce Winn, Paul Bell, Curtis Bailey, Robert Wagner, Charles Bailey, Ronald Lewis, Dick Hamilton, Tom Sinkler, Jack Terziu, Tom Cripe. THIRD ROW: Lavinia Miles, Janet Diss, Carolyn Todd, Sandy Roop, Sally Dahman, Mary Sarles, Carolyn Mer- riett, Judy Crocker, Judy Robbins, Bonnie Eisenbise. FOURTH ROW: Sandy Kruse, Sally Amstutz, Luanne Jewell, Weltha Wise, Sharon Dinner, Judy Spuhler, Cindy Piatt, Kristine Evans. FIFTH ROW: John Gres, Dave Waldrop, Bob Colpetzer, Erv Denig, Stanley Ketzler, Tom Horton, Roger Lowe, Terry Heeter, Bob Miller, Bob Johnson. SIXTH ROW: Marlin Krinn, Ronnie Yater, Bob Veiga, George Owens, Gay Lou Westbrook, Barbara Wire, Cheryl Feaster, Gordon Baumgartner, John Goehringer, Bob Wehmeyer, Dave Mueller. SEVENTH ROW: Carol Smith, Roselyn Gieser, Janet Hill, Shirley Brandenberg, Mary Jackson, Carol Kelley, Sherry Gillie, Sandy Marschand, Nancy Moering, Holly Watson. BOTTOM ROW: Sandra Hunter, Mary Anne Stump, Suzanne Jewell, Judy Moore, Pam Meyers, Rusty Walker, Sandy Long, Marilyn Hitzman, Tracie Murdock, Delores Jackson. 17 JUNIORS TOP ROW: Gene Eickhoff, Michael Black, Tom Ice, Dick Wentzel, Larry Green, Charles Hall, Bruce Miller, Jim Howard, Guy Hite, James Neimeyer. SECOND ROW: Gifford Hampton, John Waldrop, Roger Listenberger, Dave Pelz, Charles Herport, Jim Blane, Phil Johnston, Don Greider, Tom Gouty, John Carsten. THIRD BOW: Janice Kibiger, Sharon Emerick, Loraine Juergens, Kathi Werling, Jerri Esterline, Carol Hunt, Jeannie Finlayson, Dennis Rotch, Bob Busse, Ed Diss. FOURTH ROW: Eva Gaznares, Connie Harris, Judy Habegger, Pam Huesner, Anne Herdrick, Bonnie Whitten- barger, Sue Haber, Carol Skinner, Margie Weyrick. FIFTH BOW: Dan Shriner, Bon Walden, Dick Van Hoozen, Wayne Meyer, Jim Allen, Wayne Blush, Dave Foreman, Gene Wilson, John Bentz, Don Langmeyer, Boger Scott. SIXTH ROW: Emily Boling, Robert Branstrator, Bob Dillon, Steve Papai, Stephen Manual, Roland Gariepy, Mike Teeple, Darwin Wright, Jim Menke, Janice Morton. SEVENTH ROW: Karen Anderson, Garnet Hoffman, Judy Springer, Fran Butler, Barbara Colberg, Nancy Gillie, Judy Skinner, Sue Bland, Diana Fair. BOTTOM BOW: Betty Bicherson, Melanie Lude, Sandra Johnson, Karon Wilkinson, Phyllis Salyer, Judy Shoaff, Judy Noble, Sherry Cole, Sondra McKee. 18 SOPHOMORES TOP ROW: Mike Brown, Steve Killworth, Victor Lunz, Jim Anglin, Jerry Nicholson, Mike Horton, Terry Baker, Richard Parker, Joe Montalvo, Jim Myers. SECOND ROW: John Christoff, John Brown, Jerry Bailey, Phil Kauffman, Charles Capps, DeWayne Northcutt, Steve Campbell, Ted Herron, Jack DePew. THIRD ROW: Barbara Dafforn, Diana Dague, Rosalyn Habegger, Vicki Arnold, Judie Greeno, Carole Boussum, Mary Hawkins, Deanna Gaunt, Nancy Combs, Sylvia Broxon. FOURTH ROW: Mary Belle Davis, Sharon Cheney, Anne Weaver, Jackie Glass, Mary Gres, Ruth Christie, Joan Bixby, Bonnie Alexander, Gail Gariepy, Catherine Breinfalk. FIFTH ROW: Tom Williams, Michael Ferguson, Jack Forbing, John Sprandel, Tom Stewart, Dave Stier, Stanley Watkins, Terry Fairfield, Jim Walker, Jerry Kinsey, Dave Rondot. SIXTH ROW: Mike Zeigler, Michael Riley, Eddie Moore, Ron Levy, Tom Strauss, Mike Wiggs, Steve Fortriede, Lynn Graves, Harley Kizer, Dave Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Bessie Williams, Sandy Barva, Gloria Troutman, Cheryl Andrews, Shirley Ackermann, Judy Souers, Eloise Johnson, Judy Ulrich, Marsha Zelt, AlexRobles. BOTTOM ROW: Jo Jean Campbell, Pandy Pray, Diana Boldt, Janelle distance, Suzanne Racine, Linda Coun- selor, Jean Winesburg, Karen Lehman, Ruth Mason, Barbara Nicherson. 19 SOPHOMORES TOP ROW: Clayton Adams, Murl Wheeler, Dan Shallenberger, Glen McDowell, Larry Riesen, Kip Piper, Steve Roser, Bill Cutshall, Tom Welch, jay Rehrer, John Schmntz. SECOND ROW: Mona Diss, Carol Roehrs, Nancy Schroff, Phyllis Vaughn, Charlene Roberts, Carol Van Allen, Norman Dalman, Sam McBride, Charles Carr, Joe Lagnna, John Stark. THIRD ROW: Trudy Schmidt, Sharon Shurtz, Nancy Pennington, Pat Waldrop, Stephanie Pence, Sandy Maszkie- wicz, Jo Ann Havens, Sherry Shady, Sue Taylor, Bonnie Simmons. FOURTH ROW: Joanne Sanders, Joy Ann Weaver, Janet Parkison, Rosann Wright, Diann Stoll, Beverly Wal- mer, Claudia Zimski, Pat Rhoads, Barb Smith, Maggie Hoffman. FIFTH ROW: Don Disque, Ted Swank, Lanny Fry, John Leindecker, Bob Miles, Terry Frederick, Jim Smith, Tom Allmandinger, Richard Stoneman, Dan Hart. SIXTH ROW: Delores Wilson, Paula Feeback, Nina Freeh, Sue Knoblauch, Sue Klepfer, Pam Houts, Anita Flager, Ethel Biddle, Oralou DeLancey, Jerry Gebhart. SEVENTH ROW: Joan Acker, Pat Armstrong, Pat Shipe, Kathy Welch, Leota Hardisty, Pat Jett, Sharon Hoover, Sandy Mueller, Carolyn Crow, Donna Boutwell. BOTTOM ROW: Rebecca Johnson, Vicki Hodell, Valerie Schaller, Marilyn Bruner, Lynn Maxwell, David Bay, Dale Swank, Steve Petit, Jim Oberlin, John Stallsmith. 20 SOPHOMORES TOP ROW: Doug Dettmer, Paul Russell, Bill Merriett, John Drummond, Mike Donahue, Gary Hontz, John Gif- ford, Don Mcintosh, Steve Rhoades, Fred Royer, Terry Smith. SECOND ROW: Steve Shockney, Kenneth Nieman, Alois Nowalk, Welma Meyer, Mary Knaus, Julie Hubbard, Barbara Exner, Judy Merriett, Betty Cook, Carol Kauffman. THIRD ROW: Shirley Hyde, Sheri Cook, Janet Ringer, Eileen Rieci, Margaret Tegtmeyer, Sandy Hall, Sandee Lewis, Sharon Vaughn, Connie Kohne, Suzanne Eishen. FOURTH ROW: Lucretia Reidhart, Cheryl Smith, Kathy Cahoon, Kandy Paul, Dana Kienzle, Bill Kendrick, Bob Harmon, Jon Coar, Wendell Wise, Verl Sipe. FIFTH ROW: Charles Maldeny, Jeff Borne, Tom Lee, Dale Hamilton, Dale Snyder, Frank Haughey, Dave Thome, Bill Bunnell, Franz Mueller, Bob McGregor, Bill Kingsbury. SIXTH ROW: Marilyn Smotherman, Paula Black, Sandy Means, Diane Davis, Ruth Smith, Kathy Fitzgerald, John Cole, Howard Harz, Darrell Adams, Jon Walker, Dan Jenkins. SEVENTH ROW: Judy Crandal, Linda Breeden, Sandy Bloomfield, Barb Gearhart, Karen Murphy, Nancy Hoh, Sue Shoaff, Linda Smith, Nancy Smotherman, Janis Brown. BOTTOM ROW: Gail Zeysing, Sue Wacholz, Sue Bermes, Grace Brown, Pat Baker, Tamvra Jackson, Cherie Smith, Sandy Knepper, Ruth Ann McLaughlin, Judy Harshbarger. 21 FRESHMEN TOP ROW: Kenny Clark, John Bresler, Byron Romey, Jim Burgo, Don Johnston, Denny Ballinger, Larry Ed- ington, Jerry Reinking, Allen Neibel, Thomas French, Paul Hill. SECOND ROW: Dave Dahman, Kathleen Sanders, Jennifer Miller, Margaret Borden, Beverly Hunt, Marilyn Birt, Steve Branstrator, Dave Baker, Emory Craver, Bob Shifflett, Oren Skinner. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Sanders, Tim Borne, Albert Biddle, Alfred Starewich, Lillie May Garard, Karen Bender, Nancy Maloley, Rita Green, Susan Vogelgesang, Pat Gasper. FOURTH ROW: Lawrence Smith, David Reichwage, Mike Price, Darrell Gerke, Dan Glass, Heinrich Mueller, Rocky Finlayson, Larry Smith, Bill Wetzel, Sam Vironet. FIFTH ROW: Cheryl Starnes, Janice Trout, Carol Murray, Vicki Marks, Vicki Ober, Marlene Rietdorf, Patsy Kelly, Janis Rahe, Carole Osborne, Mike Harris. BOTTOM ROW: Sally Kraus, Judy Munson, Donna Rockey, Susan Hoffer, Vicki Emberlin, Mary Copper, Jeanne Baker, Pat Smith, Susan McLean. 22 FRESHMEN TOP ROW: Chipper Decker, Thomas Wickliffe, David Wehrle, David Johnson, Larry Horn, Greg Hartwell, Paul Eickhoff, Ronnie Smith, Kenneth Sheets, Dan Barker. SECOND ROW: Laren Lahr, Ronnie Reuille, Jan Davis, Steve Churchward, Bob Bunting, Alan Oman, Mark Tam, Harold Pinnick, Christina Riegger, Cynthia Fell. THIRD ROW: Steve Springer, Joe Brecount, Arlene Walker, Barb Parker, Mary Kissinger, Cheryl Harbin, Jerry Mowery, Arthur Lindblom. FOURTH ROW: Bob Mitchell, Larry Lieberenz, Keith Marlatt, Roger Hormann, Steve Diem, Richard Kohne, Larry Lunz, Dick Heasley, Dennis Stoll, Dick Rhoad, Jim Fry. FIFTH ROW: Mary Hafft, Elise Wehmeyer, Sharon Laisure, Kenny Collier, Rex Collier, Tom Sprandel, David Ruch, Dennis Burris, John Furniss, James Buchanan. BOTTOM ROW: Cindy Colvin, Susan Kelling, Diana Rucoi, Gloria Zehendner, Anita Weigman, Pam Kimbel, Ann Kariger, Steve Jackson, James Langmeyer, Larry Nevers. 23 Dixie Boxell Ann McClure Carol Ann Dulin Queen Anne Herber Pat St. John Louise Newhard June Griffith THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 4 Queen Anne r B ;:■ ui— T .,. fS i ' gjg 11 • Ti fpiP lT TT1 " , L f IHSK3B M : idr |, -V b k s 1™P [T IW f -5 L ! tf " " The Coronation Barbara Herber Before the Ball The Untouchables Mr. Sinks ' Non-Helpers Blow, Gabriel, Blow! El Diablo Blast Off Boys ' 61 Newcomers SENIOR POLL Top Left: Most Likely To Succeed Bob Waugh Bea Rice Best Citizens Dick Killworth Louise Newhard Best Personality June Griffith LeRoy Wilmot Bottom Left: Best Dressed Judy Vaughn Bill Dent Most Talented Ann McClure Bob Taylor Cutest Anne Herber Buzz Ditmer Bottom Right: Shyest Pat Adams Doug Gillie Biggest Flirts Ron Downing Bobbie Christie Most Mischievous Linda Stanford John King CLASS OFFICERS (Top Right) Seated: Dick Killworth, vice-president; LeRoy Wilmot, president; Lois Baird, sec.-treas. room 213. Standing: Louise Newhard, sec.-treas. room 219; Mara Lee Branstrator, sec.-treas. room 221; Diane Wyss, sec.-treas. room 225; June Griffith, sec.-treas. room 217. Sponsor: Miss Falls, chairman; Mr. Kurtz, Mrs. Goble, Miss Edwards, Mr. Sinks. 27 • iSwMlllWt ' (■(•t 15«l E E drilmf ii SENIOR E ' s TOP ROW: D. Linnemeier, S. Strait, J. Vodde, L. Anderson, P. Carpenter, R. Davis, J. Stump, C. Hoover, S. Meyer, B. Ehrman. SECOND ROW: J. Gearhart, G. Bender, D. Gillie, J. Warren, B. Taylor, C. Johnson, S. Zellers, J. Spice, J. Stewart, C. Shinn, S. Sprunger, M. Kelly. THIRD ROW: B. Boyd, B. Riedhart, D. Berry, R. May, J. King, J. Atherton, L. Schavey, J. Wetzel, J. Robles, D. Smith, T. Reuille, H. Ditmer. FOURTH ROW: M. Payne, C. Lohrbach, J. Bruns, M. Klemm, J. Day, J. Workman, L. Hunt, P. Hursh, J. Duguid, P. Sheffer, E. Talbott, P. St. John, S. Hall. FIFTH ROW: B. Waugh, J. Mitchell, D. Caston, T. Perl, R. Killworth, J. Schrader, J. Mullans, J. McCoy, L. Wilmot, R. Downing, S. Fox, B. Willard. SIXTH ROW: P. Welch, S. Walker, K. Stirlen, J. Vaughn, B. Rice, J. Roberts, B. Schwarzwalder, D. Swank, J. Welbaum, S. Rehrer, G. Morgan. SEVENTH ROW: M. Rietdorf, M. Clawson, J. Marx, S. McClintick, L. Baird, B. Lindblom, K. Gillie, C. Dulin, L. Newhard, L. Stanford, C. Funk. BOTTOM ROW: R. Robinette, J. Griffith, A. McClure, S. Imel, B. Christie, M. Branstrator, J. Deglcr, E. Rous- seau, J. Poffcnbcrger, L. Hawkins, K. Acker, A. Tomlinson. -I ' . ' , ANLIBRUM Staff CO-EDITORS Louise Newhard June Griffith SENIOR CLASS EDITORS Karen Acker Les Anderson Judy Bruns Marilyn Rietdorf Doug Gillie UNDERCLASS EDITORS Pam Chapman Cindy Menke Myrenia Payne Roxann Robinette CLUB EDITORS Linda Hunt Susan Mansfield Ray Bell SPORTS EDITORS Ron Downing Stan Fox STAFF ARTIST Pat Welch ADVISER Letha Falls K. Acker, L. Anderson, R. Bell, J. Bruns, P. Chapman, R. Downing, S. Fox, D. Gillie, J. Griffith, L. Hunt, S. Mans- field, C. Menke, L. Newhard, M. Payne, M. Rietdorf, R. Robinette, P. Welch, L. Falls. 29 KAREN ACKER E in Twirling; ANLIBRUM Staff; Junior Achievement; F.T.A. PAT ADAMS Commercial Club; Youth Christ; Office Practice. for LESTER ANDERSON E in Choir; ANLIBRUM Staff; Oklahoma; Electra Club. TOM ARMSTRONG Intramural; Prom Committee. JAY ATHERTON E in Varsity Football; Phi-Chem Club; Rifle Club; Track Team. LOIS RAIRD E in Rooster, Speech, Red Cross; Veep of Commercial Club; Sec- Treas. of Senior Class; Jazz Class. DAVID REERY E in Varsity Football; E in Intra- mural; Track Team; Rowling. RAY RELL ANLIBRUM Staff; Phi-Chem Club; Rowling; Hi-Y. GARY RAYMOND RENDER E in Intramural; E in Rifle Club; Veep of Rifle Club; Sports Mgr. DIXIE DIANNE ROXELL E in Red Cross, Rooster Club; Treas. of Y-Teens; Home Ec Club; Prom Attendant. RORERT ROYD E in ADVANCE Staff; E in Sports Mgr.; Varsity Football; Red Cross Monitor. KENNETH P. RRANNING Rowling; Rifle Club. MARA LEE RRANSTRATOR E in Rooster, Choir, Red Cross; Veep of Freshman Class; Prom Commitee; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class. RORERT K. RRAUNGART, JR. Red Cross Club; Rifle Club. JUDITH RREIDERT Commercial Club; junior Achievement; G.A.A.; K.P. DARLENE BRIANT Office Practice; Bowling; Commer- cial Club; Booster Club. GUY BROWN Varsity Football; Track Team; Hi-Y; Rifle Club. JUDY ANN BRUNS E in Booster Club; Pres. of Com- mercial Club; Y-Teens; ANLI- BRUM Staff. PHOEBE CARPENTER E in Booster Club; Librarian; Rifle Club; Nature Club. DOUGLAS CASTON E in Cross Country, Track, Foot- ball; Phi-Chem Club; Hi-Y; Bowl- ing. SANDRA CAVILL Came From South Side. PAM CHAPMAN ANLIBRUM Staff; Oklahoma; Choir; Red Cross Club. BARBARA JEAN CHRISTIE E in Varsity Cheerleading; Veep of Home Ec Club; Treas. of Glee Club; Prom Committee. MEL M. CHUDYK Came from Bentley High School; Detroit, Michigan. MAUREEN CLAWSON E in G.A.A.; E in Booster Club; Rifle Club; Y-Teens. RON CLYMER Intramural; Hi-Y; Phi-Chem Club; Red Cross Club. SHARON KAY CRALL E in Booster Club; Commercial Club; Office Practice; Red Cross Club. MICHAEL M. DAVIS Rifle Club; Projectionist; Commer- cial Club; Red Cross Club. RONALD J. DAVIS E in Band; Band President; Elec- tra Club; Oklahoma. JANET DAY E in Band; £ in Red Cross Monitor; Commercial Club; Jazz Class. JUDITH DEGLER £ in ADVANCE; Sports Editor of ADVANCE; President of Y-Teens; Veep of Booster Club. WILLIAM DENT Phi-Chem Club; ADVANCE Staff; Varsity Golf Team; Red Cross Monitor. HAROLD DITMER E in Varsity Football; Track Team; Prom Committee; Red Cross Monitor. RONALD DOWNING E in Varsity Football; E in and Pres. of Phi-Chem Club; Prom Committee; ANLIBRUM Staff. JO ELLEN DUGUID £ in Band and Rifle Club; Red Cross Monitor; Bowling; Choir. CAROL ANN DULIN E in ADVANCE, Booster Club, Forum; News Editor of AD- VANCE; Prom Attendant; Glass Menagerie. CHUCK DWYER Rifle Club; Varsity Football; Hi-Y. BOB EHRMAN E in Intramural; Red Cross Club; Red Cross Monitor. MARGIE FAIRFIELD Oklahoma; ADVANCE Typist; Commercial Club; Y-Teens. JOYCE FIELDS E in Booster Club; F.T.A.; Home Ec Club; Junior Achievement. STANLEY A. FOX E in Varsity Football; E in AD- VANCE Staff; E in Varsity Basket- ball; ANLIBRUM Staff. PENNE FRY Bowling; Youth for Christ; Com- mercial Club; ADVANCE Typ- ist. TIM FULTZ Red Cross Club; Nature Club; Foot- ball; Red Cross Safety Council. CARLYN FUNK £ in Band and Red Cross; Electra Club; Prom Committee; Office Practice. VIRGINIA GARRISON JIM GEARHART E in Phi-Chem; Sergeant-At-Arms of Hi-Y; Oklahoma; Electra Club. DAWN GERARDOT Came from C.C. and North Side; Booster Club; Home Ec Club; Cafeteria. ALICE GILLETTE Bowling; Youth for Christ; G.A.A.; Band. DOUG GILLIE E in Track, Cross Country; E in Rifle Club, Intramural; ANLIBRUM Staff; Pres. of Lettermen ' s Club. M. KAY GILLIE E in Red Cross and Booster; Prom Committee; Office Practice; Bowl- ing. DOYLE K. GOUTY Red Cross Club. KENT GREEN Phi-Chem Club; Cafeteria Worker. ROGER GREPKE Treas. of Hi-Y; ADVANCE Staff; Commercial Club. JUNE K. GRIFFITH E in Varsity Cheerleading; Co- Editor of ANLIBRUM; Prom Attendant; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class. SHARON HALL E in Booster Club; F.T.A; Phi-Chem Club; Red Cross Club. STANLEY LeROY HAUCK Prom Committee; Rifle Club; Red Cross Club. LINDA HAWKINS E in Rifle Club; Bowling; G.A.A.; Sec.-Treas. of Rifle Club. PAUL HEMMETER Came from Concordia; Pres. of Bowling; Prom Committee; Pres. of Hi-Y. JAY E. HENSCHEN Phi-Chem; Prom Committee; In- tramural. RONALD D. HENSLEY ANNE HERBER Prom Queen; Sec.-Treas. of Home Ec Club; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club. JACK HOH Prom Committee; Bowling; Red Cross Monitor; Came from Mid- dleton, Ohio. BUTCH HOOVER E in Football; Red Cross Club; Hi-Y; Intramural. JAMES HOUSER Prom Committee; Dramatics; Okla- homa; Choir. LINDA HUNT E in Booster Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Prom Committee; F.T.A. PHYLLIS HURSH E in Band; Youth for Christ. SHARON IMEL E in Varsity Cheerleading; E in Home Ec Club; Sec. of Bowling League; Office Practice. CHARLES JOHNSON E in Track Team; E in Cross Country; E in Phi-Chem; Hi-Y. GERALDINE JOHNSON Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; Office Practice. KEITH JOHNSON Phi-Chem Club; Rifle Club. MIKE KELLEY E in Phi-Chem Club; ADVANCE Staff; Debate Team; Came from Glenview, 111. RICHARD ALLEN KILLWORTH E in Rifle Club, Speech, Phi- Chem; Pies, of Forum and F.T.A. ; Veep of Senior Class and N.F.L.; Varsity Debate Team. JOHN KING Varsity Football; Track Team; Red Cross Monitor; ADVANCE Staff. TERRY L. KINSEY Red Cross Club; Bowling; Okla- homa. GENE KLEEBERG Came from South Side; Dra- matics; Amahh Oklahoma. MARLENE KLEMM Commercial Club; Nature Club; Y- Teens. WILLIAM A. KLINE Phi-Chem Club; Projectionist; Rifle Club; K.P. STEVE KOKOSA Track Team; Phi-Chem Club; Varsity Basketball; Football. SHERRY KOORSEN Y.F.C.; Red Cross Monitor; K.P.; Came from Central Catholic. DON KUMFER Came from Central Catholic; Foot- ball. PAUL LEE Rifle Club; Intramural; Bowling. BOB LEHMAN Rifle Club; Intramural; Projectionist. BARBARA LINDBLOM E in ADVANCE, Booster Club; E in Speech Club, Red Cross; ADVANCE Staff; Sec.-Treas. of Booster Club. DANIEL LINNEMEIER E in Red Cross Club; Electra Club. CAROL LOHRBACH £ in ADVANCE; Veep of Youth for Christ; Came from Concordia; LU- HI Voice Staff. LARRY LOY Rifle Club. SUSAN JEAN MANSFIELD Phi-Chem Club; Debate Team; ANL1BRUM Staff; Oklahoma. JOYCE MARX E in Nature Club; Pin in Y-Teens; Commercial Club; Booster Club. RON MAY E in Red Cross Club; Varsity Football; Veep of Red Cross Safety Council; Pres. of Soph, and Junior Classes. SHARON McCLINTICK E in Booster Club, Red Cross; Jazz Class; Commercial Club; Office Practice. 1149100 ANN McCLURE E in Yell, Red Cross, Speech; Pins in F.T.A. and Yell; Jazz Class Chore- ographer; Prom Attendant. JAMES A. McCOY E in Rifle Club; E in Intramural; Pres. of Rifle Club; ADVANCE Staff. CINDY MENKE ANLIBRUM Staff; Oklohoma; G.A.A.; Red Cross Club. STEVE MEYER E in Rasketball; Football Team; Track Team; Raseball Team. GARY C. MITCHELL Intramural; Came from North Side; Choir. JOHN MITCHELL Cross Country; Track Team; Projectionist; Hi-Y. GINGER MORGAN E in Choir; Twirling; Phi-Chem Club; Y-Teens. JOHN MULLANS Phi-Chem Club; Varsity Football; Sec. of Hi-Y Club; Track Team. VIVIAN A. NEVERS £ in Cafeteria; Prom Commit- tee; Commercial Club; Came from Central Catholic. LOUISE NEWHARD E in Band, Red Cross, Booster; Co-editor of ANLIBRUM; Prom At- tendant; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class. SANDY O ' CONNOR Commercial Club. TONY ONORATO Football; Red Cross Club; Phi- Chem Club. DANIEL OSBORNE E. MYRENIA PAYNE E in Cafeteria; ANLIBRUM Staff; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club. HELEN PEPPAS Jazz Class; Y-Teens; F.T.A.; Home Ec Club. THOMAS R. PERL E in Rifle Club; Red Cross Club; In- tramural; Rowling. JUDY POFFENRERGER E in Rifle Club; ADVANCE Typ- ist; Commercial Club; Rowling. PAUL RAGAN SANDRA ELIZARETH REHRER E in Twirling and Red Cross; AD- VANCE Typist; Sec. of Commercial Club; Rowling. TOM REUILLE E in Varsity Football; E in Red Cross; Track Team; Red Cross Monitor. REATRICE GWEN RICE E in Red Cross, ADVANCE, Rand; Feature Editor of AD- VANCE; Sec. of F.T.A.; Treas. of Rand. DAVE RICHEY Football; Hi-Y; Intramural. ROR RIEDHART Varsity Football; Hi-Y; tionist; Track Team. Projec- MARILYN SUE RIETDORF E in Rooster Club: ANLIBRUM Staff; Commercial Club; F.T.A. JOAN LYNN RORERTS E in Rand; E in Twirling; Twirling Captain; Jazz Class. ROXANN K. RORINETTE E in Nature Club; Prom Commit- tee; Junior Achievement; Okla- homa. JOHN RORLES Sports Mgr.; Varsity Golf Team; Baseball Team; Youth for Christ. FREDERICK ROCKEY Prom Committee; Intramural; Band. MELVIN A. ROSE, JR. ELAINE ROUSSEAU E in ADVANCE, Rooster, Speech; Editor-in-Chief of AD- VANCE; Oklahoma Accompan- ist; Choir Accompanist. JiMi REX RUBLE Came from Hoagland; Cross Coun- try; Track Team; Basketball. PAT ST. JOHN E in Cheerleading; Prom Attend- ant; Sec. of Soph, and Junior Classes; Red Cross Club. JUDY SALYER Commercial Club; Y-Teens; Red Cross Monitor; Office Practice. BOB SAUNDERS Came from Kokomo, Ind.; Football; Track; Band and Orchestra. LARRY SCHAVEY E in Varsity Football; E in Rifle Club; Track Team; Phi-Chem Club. BEVERLY SCHWARZWALDER E in Band; ADVANCE Typist; Commercial Club; Office Prac- tice. PATRICIA SUE SHEFFER E in Band; Commercial Club; Red Cross Monitor. CHUCK SHINN E in Intramural; Junior Achieve- ment; Red Cross Club; Hi-Y. BOB SHUMAKER E in Intramural. DOUGLAS SMITH E in Football, Golf, Basketball; Veep of Soph. Class; Treas. of Choir; Var- sity Football. JERRY SPICE E in Football; E in Band. STAN SPRUNGER E in Projectionist Club; Red Cross Club. LINDA STANFORD E in Y-Teens, Speech, Booster; Pres. of F.T.A.; Veep of N.F.L.; Debate Team. MICHAEL STAREWICH Came from Austin, Texas. JIM STEWART E in Track Team; Cross Coun- try Team; Baseball Team; In- tramural. KAREN STIRLEN E in Twirling; Latin Club; Home Ec Club; Commercial Club. STEVE STRAIT Projectionist Club; Red Cross Club. JIM STUMP E in Rand; ADVANCE Rus. Mgr.; Electra Club; Red Cross Safety Council. DARLENE SWANK £ in Rand; Commercial Club; Office Practice; Y-Teens. ETHEL J. TALROTT E in Twirling; E in Red Cross; AD- VANCE Typist; Rowling. ROR TAYLOR E in Rand and Red Cross; Red Cross Council; ADVANCE Staff; Phi-Chem Club. WILMA J. TAYLOR Commercial Club; Red Cross Club. AMY TOMLINSON E in Rooster Club; Office Prac- tice; Home Ec Club; Commercial Club. RORERT TSCHANNEN Intramural; Rowling; Red Cross Club; Commercial Club. RON VAN DIVER Came from Cincinnati, Ohio; Radio Club; Photography Club; Projec- tionist. JUDITH ANN VAUGHN E in Twirling and Rifle Club; Prom Committee; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club. JAMES VODDE E in Rand; E in K.P.; Projection- ist; Intramural. SUELLEN WALKER E in Rooster Club; Dramatics; Y-Teens; Choir. JIM WARREN E in Varsity Football; Red Cross Safety Council; Prom Committee; Phi-Chem Club. RORERT H. WAUGH E in Forum; Debate Team; F.T.A.; N.F.L. JUDITH ANN WELBAUM E in Twirling; Y-Teens; Commercial Club; Prom Committee. PATRICK WELCH E in Cafeteria; ANLIBRUM Staff. LINDA LOU WELKER E in Booster Club; Commercial Club; Prom Committee; Girls ' Glee Club. JACK WETZEL Prom Committee; Varsity Golf Team; Track Team; Varsity Football. DANNY WHEELER Came from South Side. BILL WILLARD E in Red Cross Club; Phi-Chem Club; ADVANCE Staff; Sports Manager. LeROY A. WILMOT E in Varsity Football; E in Projec- tionist; Pres. of Senior Class; Hi-Y. JUDY WORKMAN Red Cross Club; K.P.; Office Practice; Red Cross Safety Coun- cil. DIANA WYSS Home Ec Club; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class; Came from Mo- heno, 111. STEVE ZELLERS E in Intramural; Came from North Side; Freshman Football. June Griffith, Sharon Imel, Bobbie Christie, Ann McClure We are honoring these four seniors since they have been on the varsity cheerleading squad throughout their high school years. 40 9» « Buzz Ditmer Doug Smith Tom Reuille Stan Fox LeRoy Wilmot Jay Atherton QRIDIRON - 7 aSB m Larry Schavey Ron May Ron Downing Jack Wetzel SENIORS 40 John King Bob Riedhart Chuck Dwyer Jim Warren John Mullans 42 Joan Roberts, Twirling Captain, Trojan talent " Loyal we ' ll be to you and In our memory hold most dear Remembrance of happy days Standards held high. " 1960-1961 September 6 - Football Jamboree October 8 - - - State Marching and Twirling Contest October 22 - Varsity Football win over North Manchester November 5, 11 ------ . OKLAHOMA December 15 - - - F.T.A. Christmas Party for Faculty December 22 -------- - Amahl December 26 - - - Holiday Tourney at Columbia City January 20 ------- - Semester Ends February 10 Prom Queen Announced March 10 ------- - Lettermen ' s Dance March 18 ------ Red Cross Talent Show April 1-9 ------- . Spring Vacation April 21 Sophomore Party April 29 -------- . j un i or p rom Ma y 6 ------- . Advance Banquet Ma y 7 - - Spring Band Concert May 19 Freshman Party May 20 ----- - Commercial Club Banquet May 26 ------ . Home Ec Club Banquet June 1 ... . Senior Banquet at Cutter ' s Chalet J une 2 " - Senior Day June 4 - - - - - Baccalaureate Sermon by the Reverend B. H. Hemmeter June 9 ------- . Commencement Address " Things We Have Been Taught " by Don Lonie 43 !; ' : : lJj ' ...: ip» 4k J - v ' 4 A Mixed Choir Top Rotu; S. Roser, G. Kleeberg, P. Johnston; Mr. Bechtelheimer, Director; J. Wetzel, L. Anderson, J. Montalvo, G. Hite. Second Row: B. Dillon, J. Mason, C. Carr, J. Downing, C. Hunt, P. Feebach, J. Houser, D. Pelz. Third Row: L. Gwaltney, J. Springer, N. Pennington, J. Diss, D. Gaunt, R. Gieser, C. Piatt, M. Jackson, S. Brand en- berg, B. Dafforn. Bottom Row: J. Hill, J. Van Allen, M. Branstrator, K. Evans, G. Morgan, S. Bermes, R. Robinette, S. Jewell, E. Rousseau, C. Smith, M. A. Stump. Qirls ' Qlee Club Top Row: L. Schaefer, D. Pelz, M. Borden; Mr. Bechtelheimer, Director; B. Wire, K. Omo, C. Boussum, S. Kimmel. Second Row: L. Miles, R. Niswonger, D. Jackson, E. Johnson, J. Duguid, J. Spuhler, B. Walmer. Bottom Row: C. Cook, R. McLaughlin, S. Lewis, R. Ramey, S. Craig, L. Welker, J. Weaver. The Mixed Choir enjoyed singing: " In Excelsis Deo, " " When the Saints Go Marching In, " " Morning, " and selections from The Music Man and Oklahoma. Among the favorites of the Girls ' Glee Club were: " Beautiful Saviour, " " The Silent Voice, " " Sympathy, " " Be Thou Not Still, O Lord, " " Dry Bones, " and " Trees. " 44 Band Top Row: J. Leiendecker, S. Diem, J. Cole, J. Spice, B. Kingsbury, T. Heeter, A. Starewich. Second Row: D. Mueller, D. Greider, P. Hursh, L. Jewell, D. Wentzel, J. Habegger, B. Mansfield, D. Foster, S. Dahman. °° Third Row: S. Petit, C. Bailey, P. Meese, V. Sipe, B. Harmon, M. Houston, M. Teeple. Fourth Row: B. Saunders, B. Lowe, J. Vodde, B. Davis, D. Heasley, D. Disque, D. Barker; M. Smith, Drum Major. Fifth Row: T. Jackson, B. Bice, B. Taylor, S. Cole, C. Bailey, N. Freeh, B. Christie, P. Gamble, S. Kraus, G. Hontz. Sixth Row: M. Cooper, J. Miller, J. Davis, S. Churchward, P. Pray, O. DeLancey, S. Killworth, A. Kariger. Seventh Row: G. Hoffman, B. Glidewell, S. Shoaff, J. Day, S. McKee, D. Thorne, S. Kelling, J. Morton. Rottom Row: T. Fairfield, L. Schwarzwalder, M. A. Stump, J. Stump, J. Howard, M. Davis, B. Habecmer D Dettmer. b ' The band had many favori te selections this year. Among them were: " Blue Heights " " Men of Music, " " Block M, " " Emblem of Unity, " " Brass Aflame, " " Inveriargil, " " La Forza Del Destine " Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, " " Symphonic Suite, " " Sequoia, " and " Tamerlane. " 45 Booster Club LOUISE NEWHARD President JUDY DEGLER Vice-President BARB LINDBLOM Secretary-Treasurer MR. WEBER Sponsor ROW CAPTAINS-To j Row: S. Broxon, D. Briant, B. Colberg, J. Degler, B. Lindblom, L. Newhard, K. Gillie, P. Brown. Bottom Row: L. Hunt, D. Dague, L. Riedhart, P. Waldrop, V. Hodell, C. Dulin, M. Weyrick; J. Finlayson, card captain. The Booster Club, in its biggest year, cheered for all the home games and also those played against Concordia, Central, and Central Catholic. Also, they added pep at the Coliseum at the Sectionals. The girls, along with the Hi-Y boys, purchased a projector for the athletic department in December. The members sold ice cream and popcorn at the games to raise the money. This is the only Booster Club in the area that uses flash cards. Main ADVANCE Staff Standing: BOB BOYD Stenographer BOB TAYLOR Advertising Mgr. BONNIE EISENBISE Circulation Mgr. JIM STUMP Business Mgr. ROGER GREPKE Accountant MRS. HIBBEN MR. POOR .... Sitting: CAROL ANN DULIN News Editor BARB LINDBLOM Managing Editor ELAINE ROUSSEAU Editor-in-Chief BEA RICE Feature Editor JUDY DEGLER Sports Editor Editorial Adviser Business Adviser The ADVANCE has two staffs, a business staff and an editorial staff. The business staff is concerned with gathering ads, picking up the paper from the printer, distributing the paper and mailing the bills. The editorial staff assigns stories, rewrites and drafts the paper, proofs the paper after the first printing, finally polishes and sends it back for final printing. Both staffs must ac- complish all this before their monthly deadlines. Red Cross Club MARA LEE BRANSTRATOR BARB PARR TOM HORTON RON MAY JIM WARREN ANN McCLURE MISS WIMMER Point Keeper Secretary President Vice-President Head of Bus Committee Treasurer, Head of Hall Monitors Sponsor The officers of this year ' s Red Cross Club were busier than ever, fulfilling their many tasks. The following are only a few of the many duties performed by the club: sponsoring a sock hop for the Christmas Bureau; decorating the halls at Christmas time; staging the annual variety show; being responsible for the hall monitors, bus monitors, and library pages; collecting money and buying gifts for men in the Veterans ' Hospital; adopting a senior citizen at the Allen County Home and finally donating money to the T. B., to the Crippled Children ' s Society, to the Polio Fund, and to the Allen County Heart Association. 46 47 HI-Y JOHN MITCHELL Co-Chaplains LeROY WILMOT Vice-President BOB RIEDHART JOHN MULLANS . Secretary JIM GEARHART Sergeant-at-Arms ROGER GREPKE Treasurer PAUL HEMMETER President BOB RIEDHART Historian MR. SINKS ------- - - Sponsor " Service to others by helping the school and the community " is the motto of the Hi-Y. At Christmas time the Hi-Y collected funds from the student body to give to a needy family. Also, money from a spring car-wash was donated to the Y.M.C.A. fund. The " Best Girl " Banquet high- lighted the year ' s special activities. The boys lived up to their creed by donating new uniforms to the reserve cheerleaders. They earned this money by washing cars last fall. PHI-CHEM Dennis Rotch Coke Machine Bob Johnson Coke Machine John Carsten Vice-President Miss Wimmer Sponsor Ron Downing President Mr. Masterson Sponsor Louise Newhard Secretary-Treasurer Members of the Phi-Chem journeyed to North Manchester to the Junior Academy of Science, which was held at Manchester College in October. They sold cokes at the basketball games and also awarded $200 scholarships to two deserving seniors. They attended a meeting on " Micro- wave Magic " by Jack Phares from the Indiana General Telephone Company. The Phi-Chem Club also toured Bowmar, the Franke Plating Company and Joslyn Stainless Steel. A picnic was held in the spring with the Hi-Y and the Booster Club. Y-TEENS Standing: Sitting: Carol Hunt Devotions Barbara Wire Vice-President Judy Brims Council Member Judy Degler President Fran Butler Council Member Carol Humm Secretary Barb Colberg Pointkeeper Jean Gentis Treasurer Barbara Prince Historian Miss Workman Sponsor Mary Gres Council Member Miss Strickland Sponsor The Y-Teens were active in special programs each month. They participated in a panel dis- cussion on teen-age problems and had a swimming and pizza party at the Y.W.C.A. On award night a potluck dinner was held for the girls and their mothers. They provided food baskets for the needy at Christmas time and at Thanksgiving. 48 49 OKLAHOMA L. Horn, M. A. Stump, R. Robinette, J. Downing, R. Davis, R. Taylor. OKLAHOMA required the efforts of 60 students working for seven weeks to play to an audi- ence of 1200. Leading parts were played by: R. Robinette, L. Horn, M. A. Stump, J. Houser, J. Cole, R. Tavlor, G. Hite, J. Downing, R. Davis, M. Fairfield, L. Anderson, J. Gearhart. Singing under Mr. Rechtelheimer ' s direction were: M. Rranstrator, S. Cole, L. Gwaltney, J. Hill, C. Hunt, M. Jackson, P. Kimbel, C. Piatt, K. Schilling, C. Smith, J. Springer, C. Railey, J. Howard, P. Johnston, P. Kauffman, G. Kleeberg, J. Montalvo, D. Pelz, S. Roser, and R. Yater. Dancing were: J. Shoaff, S. Killworth, and the Jazz Class. Mr. Goss ' assistants were: S. Mc- Kee, C. Railey, R. Christie, P. Chapman, C. Menke, M. Knaus, D. Gaunt, A. McClure, E. Rousseau, R. Wire, M. Poinsette, J. Smith, T. Kinsey, S. Rroxon and J. Crow. MODERN JAZZ CLASS Back Row: S. McClintick, J. Roberts, A. McClure, C. Smith, D. Davis, L. Raird. Front Row: C. Meyer, S. Mansfield, V. Hodell, C. Humm, K. Hahn. Sponsor: Mrs. McClure. Choreographer: Ann McClure. The girls in the picture are the charter members and advanced students in this class. The members of the Jazz Class have had many interesting experiences performing on television, in talent shows, at banquets, at the Veterans ' Hospital, at the Scottish Rite Auditorium, in the G.E. Christmas Show, and in the half-time shows at our basketball games. F T A Standing: Sitting: Rea Rice Secretary Karen Hahn Vice-President Mr. Haller Founder Richard Killworth President Lois Raird Historian June Griffith Treasurer Mrs. Decker, Mr. Elsmere Sponsors This year ' s membership in the Future Teachers of America was limited to juniors and seniors whose ambitions lie in the field of education and who were approved by a committee of teach- ers. The year ' s activities included a Christmas party for the faculty, service work for them, and ushering at the Teachers ' Convention. In a special program, alumnae, Carolyn Eickhoff and Anita Roser, spoke to the F. T. A. on beginning teaching. 50 51 NATURE CLUB Standing: Sitting: Gene Eickhoff Program Chairman Marlene Klemm Social Chairman Roland Gariepy Vice-President Ruth Christie Secretary Dennis Rotch Treasurer Sue Knoblauch Point Keeper Roxann Robinette President Mrs. Rleke Sponsor " Our National Parks " was the theme of the Nature Club this year. There were 45 members in the club. Some of their activities included: going to the Science Fair at North Manchester, seeing slides on Hawaii, having a Christmas party, and taking a spring trip. With the proceeds from their annual ribbon sales, they furnished the biology room with a new aquarium. Jim Miller had charge of the aquarium. Tabu, the skunk, was finally adopted by the Mansfields. CAFETERIA WORKERS Top Row: L. Lunz, J. Sprandel, S. Sackowicz, M. Brown, P. Welch, T. Wyckliffe, D. Wehrle, C. Carr, H. Kaiser, S. Fortriede, M. Bennett. Second Row: G. Westbrook, V. Carr, J. Spuhler, J. Kelder, D. Fair, M. Hafft, V. Ober, J. Tanner, M. Diss, J. Workman, B. Cook. Third Row: D. Gerardot, A. Tomlinson, V. Nevers, P. Fry, S. Hall, D. Kienzle, R. Robinette, J. Weaver, G. Gerrard, B. Johnson. The cafeteria aides, who work under the supervision of Mrs. Deahl and the cooks, are re- sponsible for making our lunchroom such a smoothly run cafeteria. These students earn a letter for working two years in the cafeteria and a letter sweater for working four years. They also re- ceive a free lunch each day. Their annual Christmas party consisted of a gift exchange, movies, and refreshments. HOME EC CLUB Anne Herber Sec-Treasurer Bobbie Christie Vice-President Leah Gwaltney President Pat Brown Student Adviser Mrs. Deahl Sponsor " To aid and to give pleasure in the community " is the goal of the Elmhurst Home Ec club. Among their activities were demonstrations on gift wrapping and also hair styling. The girls were in attendance at the W D style show and also supplied material for aprons to the Fort Wayne Children ' s Home. To raise money, two bake sales were held in the Elmhurst cafeteria. A Mother- Daughter Banquet in May ended their activities. 52 53 N.F.L. and FORUM Richard Killworth President of Forum Joanne Sanders Sec-Treasurer of N.F.L. Vice-President of N.F.L. Bob Taylor Secretary of Forum Bob Waugh President of N.F.L. Bob Johnson Treasurer of Forum Vice-President of Forum Mr. Kurtz Sponsor The members of N.F.L. and Forum have traveled at least 1200 miles to meets and debates. The members of Forum participate in meets to earn the 25 points needed to become members of N.F.L.; the N.F.L. members earn points for their pins. Several of the junior and sophomore mem- bers entered the I.O.O.E. contest, and Phyllis Hursh won the school " I Speak for Democracy " contest. The Elmhurst Debate Team held a debate contest for the schools in this area and took the honors themselves. In March the Forum held their social event. PROJECTIONISTS Top Row: B. Johnson, M. Davis, G. Hite, T. Heeter, L. Wilmot, B. Colpetzer, R. Lowe, J. Montalvo, R. Meyer. Second Row: S. Sprunger, J. Vodde, J. Mitchell, J. Sprandel, J. Kendrick, S. Watkins, T. Cripe, D. Cutshall. Third Row: B. Lehman, S. Strait, J. Wetzel, D. Rhoad, R. Lewis, M. Wiggs, C. Adams, J. Anglin, V. Lunz. Rottom Row: E. Moore, D. Adams, R. Listenberger, G. Owens, H. Harz, M. Price, M. Wheeler, B. Riedhart. " 6 films a day ... 30 films a week . . . 1140 films a year . . . are shown, " says Mr. Sinks and his assistants, Bob Johnson and Jim Kendrick. Each member must pass all subjects to be eligible for this club. The boys also unite with the Booster and Phi-Chem Clubs for a spring picnic. COMMERCIAL CLUB Sandra Rehrer Secretary Nancy Moering Treasurer Lois Baird Vice-President Miss Edwards Sponsor Judy Bruns President Mrs. Goble Sponsor Mr. Stoops --------- Sponsor The Commercial Club consists of students having taken typing, bookkeeping, or shorthand. The aim of the club is to interest the members in the world of business and to acquaint them with on-the-job experience. The Commercial Club cooperates with the National Office Management Association in their yearly project; this year they competed in the NOMA Spelling Contest. The only social event, the Award Banquet, was held in the spring. 54 55 1960 TRACK SEASON Top Row: B. Willard, Mgr.; C. Johnson, D. Northcutt, A. Robles, L. Fry, R. May, J. King, L. Schavey, K. Sheplar, D. Thorne, C. Adams; P. Kauffman, Mgr.; Elden Stoops, Coach. Second Row: J. Robles, Mgr.; T. Reuille, D. Gillie, J. Wetzel, D. Stoneman, F. Mueller, D. Mueller, J. Drummond, F. Royer, L. Wilmot, J. Stewart, D. Waldrop, T. Reinking. Bottom Row: J. Mullans, M. Horton, J. Gres, B. Beard, R. Mueller, B. McGregor, B. Cutshall, G. Hite, G. Wilson, B. Miller, S. Ketzler. The 1960 track team, coached by Elden Stoops, had a successful season. Our meets were against South Side, Central Catholic, Decatur, Concordia, and Central. We participated in the North Side Relays, NEIC, and the New Haven Relays. Don McLean placed first in the broad jump in the N. S. relays and in the sectionals. We defeated Central Catholic, Decatur, and Concordia. Don McLean set a record in broad jump 21.575 feet. The y 2 mile relay team set a record at 1:37.4. R. Mueller set the y 2 mile record at 2:03.7. BOWLINQ LEAQUE Jack Hoh President June Griffith Secretary Paul Hemmeter Vice-President Deanna Gaunt Treasurer Sharon Imel .. Secretary Mrs. Goble Sponsor The Elmhurst Student Bowling League, founded this year, is a member of the American Junior Bowling Congress and is sponsored by the Pepsi-Cola Company. Fourteen teams, composed of five members each, bowled each Monday night at the Village Bowl. At the banquet in April, trophies and pins were given to boys and girls bowling the highest games, the highest three-game series, and obtaining the highest average. RIFLE CLUB Jim McCoy President Mr. Reed Sponsor Gary Bender Vice-President Mr. Poor Sponsor Linda Hawkins Sec. -Treasurer Top Row: R. Wehmeyer, J. McCoy, P. Lee, R. Lehman, J. Miller, M. Black, V. Sipe. Middle Row: P. Bell, L. Schavey, G. Bender, G. Owens, R. Collier, R. Mitchell, J. Langmeyer, A. Starewich. Bottom Row: Mr. Poor, L. Hawkins, P. Vaughn, J. Vaughn, M. Hawkins, N. Schroff, R. Gieser, P. Huesner, Mr. Reed. The riflemen began their year ' s activities during last summer when both the boys ' and girls ' teams won their sectional at the Indoor National Meet. Both teams also had the high individual shooter in their sectional. The team has had meets with Howe and Culver Military Academies, and with the Concordia, South Side, and Poplar Grove Rifle Teams. So far this year, J. Poffen- berger, L. Hawkins and M. Black have obtained the praiseworthy position of Distinguished Rifleman; G. Bender, J. McCoy and J. Duguid should achieve this position by the end of the year. This was another successful year for the Trojan riflemen. r,r, 57 VARSITY FOOTBALL Top Row: B. Willard, Mgr.; J. Spice, T. Heeter, B. Johnson, T. Horton, B. Miller, G. Wilson, L. Wilmot, R. Downing, C. Dwyer, S. Fox, B. Prince; Elden Stoops, Coach. Second Row: P. Kauffmann, Mgr.; R. Lowe, J. Mullans, J. Warren, J. King, T. Beery, B. Beard, B. Colpetzer, J. Wetzel, D. Smith, D. Foreman, C. Notter. Bottom Row: T. Reuille, G. Brown, T. Cripe, J. Atherton, L. Schavey, R. May, B. Riedhart, H. Ditmer, K. Shepler, D. Northcutt, D. Mueller. Varsity football was the big issue during the fall of 1960. The team started practicing during an August heat wave. The Trojans played a scoreless tie with the Archers of South Side at the Jamboree, September 6. The team played their home games at South Side. The team won 1 and lost 7. They beat North Manchester, 13 to 7. The team lost to: Bishop Luers, Garrett, Angola, Portland, Bishop Luers, Concordia, and New Haven. Tom Reuille, John King, and Jack Wetzel led on offense. Larry Schavey and Ron May led the team on defense. After the Jamboree, the team just couldn ' t seem to get a good ball game together. Try as they might the boys never could win. Our game with North Manchester was our only victory. RESERVE FOOTBALL Top Row: S. Shockney, Mgr.; D. Reeding, Mgr.; J. DePew, D. Stoneman, M. Ferguson, T. Hivley, B. Jenkins, B. Cutshall, D. Barker; Robert Elsmere, Coach. Second Row: J. Walker, C. Finlayson, D. Glass, F. Royer, W. Wise, B. Skinner, J. Borne, D. John- son, J. Gifford, B. McGregor. Bottom Row: J. Coar, Mgr.; J. Langmeyer, A. Lindblom, T, Borne, K. Clark, S. Springer, E. Craver, J. Bresler, R. Reuille, S. Churchward, S. Vironet. CROSS COUNTRY Top Row: Doug Spencer, Coach; D. Johnston, T. Frederick, P. Johnston, T. Ice, K. Piper, S. Ketzler, J. Montalvo, C. Hall, H. Mueller, J. Reinking, J. Furniss; J. Robles, Mgr. Bottom Row: D. Caston, D. Waldrop, J. Gres, D. Thorne, C. Adams, R. Mueller, D. Cutshall, J. Mitchell, D. Gillie, D. Langmeyer, C. Johnson, G. Hite. Twenty-three members of the 1960 Cross Country Team compiled a record of 7 wins and 4 losses. Practice began during the second week of August. Dave Waldrop, Reinhold Mueller, and Doug Gillie led the team through the 11 meet season. Our home meets were as follows: Bishop Luers, South Side twice, Central, Huntington, New Haven, Concordia, Central Catholic twice, Leo, and Huntertown. Reinhold Mueller turned the best time on the 2 mile course in 9:44 for a Trojan record. 58 59 Future Men of Troy G.A.A. Archers Golf Team Let ' s Play Ball Rifle Team 60 JSP W I • Their Pledge of Loyalty The Lucky Seven (Rows) Intramural ' s " Best " Wood Splitters JCL Officers 61 Top Roic: Mgr. Phil Kauffman; Terry Baker, Bill Cutshall, Bill Kingsbury, Mike Horton, Jerry Nicholson, Charles Hall; Mgr. Dave Bedding. Front Row: Tom Ice, Dale Snyder, Clayton Adams, Coach Werling, Alex Bobles, Terry Frederick, Dave Thome. RESERVE SEASON The Beserves posted a 7 win, 13 loss season. The team was mostly composed of sophomores, with the exception of Ice and Hall, who are juniors. Hall, as a sophomore, had a broken elbow and didn ' t gain much experience. Coach Werling stated that the season was not a disappointment. Werling says that the Beserve team is for experience; and using this idea, he tried to play every boy. The boys have gained much experience for later use. Hall led individual scoring with a 7.35 game average; Horton followed with a 5.71 average. GAME YEAB GAMES F.T. AVE. F.T. F.G. T.P. AVE. Adams Soph. 17 10-25 .250 21 52 3.05 Baker Soph. 17 36-62 .580 25 86 5.06 Cutshall Soph. 17 3-13 .231 7 17 1.00 Frederick Soph. 8 1-6 .167 1 3 .38 Hall Jr- 17 39-59 .661 43 125 7.35 Horton, M. Soph. 17 13-32 .406 42 97 5.71 Ice Jr- 15 11-18 .611 10 31 2.07 Kingsbury Soph. 13 9-23 .391 13 35 2.69 Mueller, F. Soph. 2 1-1 1.000 3 7 3.50 Nicholson Soph. 12 2-8 .250 15 32 2.66 Northcutt Soph. 15 11-24 .458 25 61 4.07 Prince Jr- 7 10-14 .714 15 40 5.7 Bobles, A. Soph. 10 3-6 .500 3 .30 Schmutz Soph. 2 2-7 .286 q 1.00 Snyder Soph. 9 4-16 .250 6 16 1.78 Thome Soph. 10 1-1 1.000 3 7 .70 62 Front Row: Coach Bill Geyer; D. Foreman, Tom Reinking, D. Waldrop, B. Beard, J. Gres; Asst. Coach, Doug Spencer. Back Row: J. Robles, Mgr.; B. Prince, B. McGregor, B. Miller, S. Ketzler, T. Horton, J. Schmutz; Mgr. B. Willard. VARSITY SEASON From the won-lost point of view, this season was not very successful. However, the strength of a team can not always be measured by its won-lost record. Although the team outscored their opponents 14 field goals in 21 games, their inconsistency at the foul line prevented them from winning many more games. The team did not lose a single player by graduation, and because of experience and poise gained this year, the team should be much stronger next year. Since Elm- hurst is now considered a city school, its schedule will become constantly tougher. FT Per Cent FG Per Cent TP Ave. Game Beard 6-10 .600 21-68 .309 48 2.28 Foreman 18-32 .563 42-23 .341 102 4.86 Gres 27-42 .643 103-251 .410 233 10.95 Horton 3-11 .273 7-39 .154 17 .81 Ketzler 8-15 .533 8-24 .333 24 1.14 McGregor 49-96 .510 36-116 .310 121 5.76 Miller 44-70 .629 54-146 .370 152 7.24 Mueller R. 0-1 .000 1-6 .167 2 .095 Nicholson 5-7 .714 4-21 .190 13 .619 Reinking 39-88 .443 80-194 .412 199 9.48 Schmutz 12-26 .462 14-32 .438 40 1.90 Waldrop 26-43 .605 44-156 .282 114 5.43 Prince 11-19 .579 18-42 .429 47. 2.24 63 STAN KETZLER Junior Forward 24 points ' BOB MILLER junior Center 152 points bob McGregor Sophomore Center 121 points JOHN SCHMUTZ Sophomore Center 40 points TOM HORTON Junior Forward 17 points BILL BEARD Junior Guard 4(S points BOB PRINCE Junior Forward 47 points TOM REINKING Junior Guard 199 points DAVE FOREMAN Junior Forward 102 points DAVE WALDROP Junior Guard 114 points JOHN Junior Guard 233 points GRES S? tfi M. W J r Varsity Tw irlers Band Honors Oklahoma Choir Honors Office Girls 66 LAURELS VALEDICTORIAN - - - June Griffith SALUTATORIAN - ... Carol Ann Dulin NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Karen Acker, Lois Baird, Gary Bender, Dixie Boxell, Mara Lee Branstrator, Judy Degler, Bill Dent, Carol Ann Dulin, Joyce Fields, Carlyn Funk, Doug Gillie, June Griffith, Linda Hawkins, Jay Henschen, Linda Hunt, Mike Kelley, Dick Killworth, Barbara Lindblom, Carol Lohrbach, Sharon McClintick, Ann McClure, Ron May, John Mullans, Louise Newhard, Helen Peppas, Bea Rice, Elaine Rousseau, Bev Schwarzwalder, Jim Stewart, Darlene Swank, Ron Van Diver, Judy Vaughn, Bob Waugh, Judy Welbaum, Bill Willard. QUILL AND SCROLL, National Journalism Award: Judy Degler, Carol Ann Dulin, Barbara Lind- blom, Bea Rice, Elaine Rousseau, Jim Stump. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ENGLISH TEACHERS AWARD-Bob Waugh. PROM QUEEN-Frances Butler. PROM ATTENDANTS-Tana Fortner, Jackie Glass, Carol Humm, Kav Krinn, Barbara Prince, Sandy St. John. NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONORARY: Jay Atherton, Ron Downing, Doug Gillie, Ron May, John Mitchell, John Mullans, Jim Stewart, Jim Warren. COMMERCIAL HONORS: Bookeeping II, Pat Sheffer; Bookeeping I, Judy Welbaum, Dick Stone- man; Shorthand II, 120 W. P. M.-Sandy O ' Connor, Judy Salyer; Typing II, 61 N. W. P. M.- Sharon Crall; Shorthand I, 100 W. P. M. Nancy Hudson, Florence Tierney; NOMA Spelling Con- test, Amy Tomlinson, Vivian Nevers. NATIONAL ARION AWARDS: Band, Bea Rice; Choir, Lester Anderson. 67 We, the class of 1961, dedicate this, the last page of our yearbook to " Miss Confused. " For devoting her time, temper, and patience to us, we salute her as we close the pages of our last ANLIBRUM. Portraits and Groups A A Photographers Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne Engraving Co. Printer Berne Witness, Berne, Indiana Cover Craftco Cover Joliet, 111. 68


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