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

 - Class of 1963

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Gc 977.202 F77eL 196c, Elmhurst High School.. AnI-IBRUM J.W f x KjyjfJ m. I 1963 nlibrum VOLUME 30 REFLECTIONS EDITION Published by the Seniors of ELMHURST HIGH SCHOOL FORT WAYNE, INDIANA .% sA. Hail to old Elmhurst High! Four long years that ' s been ovir cry. We soon found out that jug ' s the fine For crowding in the noon lunch line. Those happy days with (sigh) no passes To wander round ' fore morning classes! We yelled at all the games of course, And none cared when we got hoarse. Then, alas, came the post-game dance When we went out and took a chance To lure that favorite guy or gal; And then, oh, woe, we made a pal! The prom was our chance for the season ' s big date We danced for hours ' n ' hours and stayed out late. These of course are just short sections Of seniors ' many long reflections. —Sandy Means Julie Hnhl)ard, Barbara Gearhart Fur-collared coats are " IiiKh style. " Stephanie Pence " Girls ' State was great! ' Susan Shelby ' I Feci Pretty. " Terry Frederick, Vicki Hodell " Let ' s Twist Again " Mary Belle Davis Flip Hair-Do ' s are " it. " Cheryl Smith " Hah! Yeah! Elmhurst! ' ' lioxe and Marriage " .:Z dyn in isira Ho n etna acultvj LESTER GRILE Superintendent of Fort Waijne Community Schools HAROLD McSWANE Assistant Superintendent of Fort Wayne Community Schools CHARLES W. EICKHOFF Principal RUTH M. WIMMER Chemistry, Dean of Girls GRACE PENNINGTON Guidance Counselor ROBERT G. ZIMMERMAN Guidance Counselor JEAN SARK Secretary JULIA SHAW Secretary DOROTHY M. BUSKIRK Study Hall Clerk REX ATHAN English JOHN BECHTELHEIMER Choir, Bookeeping LEONORA SIMON BLEKE Biology MARION DEAHL Home Economics JUANITA M. DECKER French, English HERBERT DILLING General History ■racultu LUCY C. DOSWELL Physical Education URAL EDWARDS Commerce RALPH A. EVANS Mathematics, General History LETHA FALLS English, Latin JACQUELINE FOELBER French, Spanish DONALD S. FRYBACK Driving, Commercial Arithmetic RAYMOND GARRETT Mathematics ARTHUR F. GERWIG Latin WILLIAM G. GEYER Physical Education MARCELLA L. COBLE Commerce DONALD C. GOSS Art, Dramatics MILDRED HIBBEN Library, Journalism H. RANDY MASTERSON Mathematics, Physics KENT E. KURTZ Speech, English DARWIN KELLEY Social Studies jj-aciili ty EUGENE MELCHI Mechanical Drawing GLENN D. MILLER Sociology, Driving ROBERT S. C. MYERS Band, Orchestra PRUE A. OBERLIN English ROBERT D. PASSWATER Social Studies MARY i L POLITE English RICHARD L. POOR Mathematics N. RAY REED Shop JOHN R. SINKS, JR. Government DOUGLASS A. SPENCER Health and Safety, Physical Education ELDEN E. STOOPS Typing LLOYD WEBER Social Studies NICHOLAS C. WERLING Social Studies MILDRED Y. WOODWORTH Geography, English DARYL R. YOST Englisli, Sociology Donald, Duck! What ' s the Verdict, Ben? Going Down? Our Pied Piper Elmcatraz Going Up! President— Randy Zion Sec. -Treas.— Dennis Graham Mark Gaunt Vice-President— Hal Smith Sec. -Treas. —Nancy Bolyard Cynthia Cutshall JuHa McGregor Nancy Shaw Nancy Messenger Karen McLaughlin SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSORS Mr. Raymond Garrett, Chr. Mr. Arthur Gerwig Mr. Donald Fryback Mr. Randy Masterson Mrs. Mary Polite Mrs. Lucy Doswell Hit and Run! Seniors First! junior v — i Off, ass cers Sec.-Treas.-Patty Houck Sally Fox Anita Wiegman Co-Presidents— Jerry Reinkinj Paul Eickhoff Sec.-Treas— Steve Springer Jackie Hoine Linda Jewell Judy Beltz JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS Mrs. Juanita Decker, Chr. Mrs. Marion Deahl Mr. Robert Passwater Mr. Donald Goss Mr. Robert Meyers Mr. Eugene Melchi Just A Suggestion, Mrs. Buskirk! " When The Saints Go Marching In " 3 ' uniors Top Row: Jerry Case, Jim Fry, Ron Dullaghan, Marcy Emmert, Susan Ford, Charles Capps, Mack Faylor, Steve Branstrator, Jim Langmeyer. Second Row: Gary Fisher, Barbara Burke, Doris Freygang, Marlene Rietdorf, Peggy Kirsch, Judi HoHger, Pat Kelley, Diane Chapman, Sue Carroll. Third Row: Cindy Fell, Linda Nagel, Sue Hoffer, Cheryl Harbin, Linda Fairchild, Nancy Crane, Marcia Gator, Judi Brandt, Cindy Colvin. Fourth Row: John Sprandel, Tom Wickliffe, Steve Kissinger, Alan Roman, Alfred Noble, Ken Sher- win, Harold Pinnick, David Reichwage, Marc Tam, Keith Marlatt. Fifth Row: Bud Skinner, Larry Nevers, Marilyn Birt, Gayle Mitchell, Sandy Scott, Susan Vogelge- sang, Anita Wiegman, Laurie Shepard, Mary Mvers. Bottom Row: Linda Norwalt, Kay Schilling, Diana Rankin, Carol Reinhard, Nick Wyss, Mark Davis, Kay Rehrer, Barbara Thorne, Carol Weaver, Donna Rockey. 10 uni uniors Top Row: James Mitchell Brian Weller, Fred Lewis, Larry Lunz, Al Oman, Carol Wolfe, Ed Brewer, Emory Carver, Ronnie Sanders. Second Row: Jon Broderick, Ray Jackson, Terry Aeschliman, Dwight Leroy Zavitz, Jr., Bill Pfeiffer, Charles Topp, Ray Grivett, Andrew Montgomery. Third Row: Carol Hoopes, Karen McGill, Karen Ormiston, Mary McLeland, Linda Bow, Sue Spaw, Marian Miller, Sandy Bunsold, Nancy Maloley. Fourth Row: Judy Beltz, Carol Osborne, Heinrich Mueller, Ronald Pressler, Darrell Gerke, Jan Davis, Bruce MacPherson, John Krider, Dennis Burris, Abel Robles. Fifth Row: Jennifer Miller, Tom Howenstine, Cheryl Starnes, Sandra Hosier, Carol Bland, Sheny Fairfield, Karen Courtney, Jeanne Baker, Pam Kimbel, Becky Byrd. Bottom Row: Rhea McKee, Sandra Keller, Carol Opliger, Marilyn Isenbarger, Melanie Walker, Sheryl Hamilton, Carol Kokosa, Karen Bender, Sandy Hostetler, Gerry Garard. 11 uni uniors Top Row: Ronnie Reuille, Kenneth Sheets, Larry Smith, David Hontz, Jay Fox, Denny BaUinger, Cindy Hartwell, Jean Witte, Pat Holiger. Second Row: Beverly Hunt, Richard Lee Sprow, Dave Baker, Jim Olson, Dave Dahman, Byron Romey, Mary Ruth Wilson, Laren Lahr, Diana Bueker. Third Row: Vicki Marks, Diane Boothe, Cheryl Hoffman, Linda Bishop, Becky Agner, Sharon Fried- man, Diana Hildebrandt, Carol Murray, Sally Fox, Margie Stanger. Fourth Row: Glenn Ruby, Jim Herber, Dan Glass, Dick Heasley, Art Ackerman, Dick Rhoad, Steve Vaughan, Bill Wetzel, Steve Gieser. Fifth Row: Tom Sprandal, Mark Petit, Lawrence Smith, Alan Vaughn, Greg Shurboff, Tim Borne, Steve Springer, Art Lindblom, Mike Harris. Bottom Row: Phyllis Parker, Steve Jackson, Al Starewich, Sharon McConnell, Joanne Herber, Carol Van Allen, Cindy Sprague, Patricia Meyer, Barbie Sieminski. 12 uni uniors Top Row: Dean Wall, Dan Crowder, Kenny Troutman, Dave Johnson, Terry Woolums, Tom Young, Rick Brandenburg, Carol Davis. Second Row: Joe King, Jim Burgo, Kenny Clark, Michael Bennett, Pete Trepak, Barry Winn, Jack Crandall, Cynthia Utter. Thbrd Row: Maggie Borden, Vicki Bone, Kathy Kuhn, Lois Lemons, Kathy Hall, Pat Gasper, Patty Dennis, Melinda Buck. Fourth Row: Charles Hamrick, Dennis Schebig, Mike Mills, Charles CaiT, Paul Eickhoff, St. Clair Thompson, Jerry Reinking, Dennis StoU, Ron Smith, John Wise. Fifth Row: Judy Groves, Ann Kariger, LeAnna Vodde, Connie Eisenbise, Sharon Homberger, George Slack, Cindy Waldrop, Laura Foulks, Dorothy May Smith, Sandy Welbaum. Bottom Row: Janis Rahe, Diana Forschner, Kathy Sanders, Sherry Grace, Nancy Schwan, Linda Goodin, Linda Jewell, Jeannette Clark, Norma Dickinson. 13 tini uniors Top Row: Gordon Crawfoixl, Dennis Ferguson, Sandy Ponsot, Karen Uhl, Robert Morton, John Bresler, Bob Schreen, Chris Davis. Second Row: Pat Stiffler, Ann Weber, Janice Roth, June Poneleit, Patty Houck, Jim Yankosky, Dean Melching, Gail Jackson, Lois A. Johnson. TnmD Row: Nancy Bleakney, Lynn Ortino, Mary A. Jackson, Pam Wheeler, Valerie Litwinko, Sue Nycum, Sherry Krinn, Linda Johnson, Rita Lynn Greene. Fourth Row: Lee Harkinson, Dan Barker, Craig Hamilton, Frank Baade, Robert McGregor, John Kesler, Ronnie Smith, Bob Morrison, Maurice Fair, Rex Collier. Fifth Row: Neil Newhard, Don Johnston, Rocky Finlayson, Steve Churchward, Roger Johnson, Larry Horn, Bob Bradley, Jim Franks, Jim Buchanan, Hugh Glidewell. Bottom Row: Kenny Collier, Charles Bir, Mike Bunn, David Ruch, Jackie Hoine, Judi Parker, Dan Himt, Rex Bissell, |im Brandt, Lenny Cross. 14 opn omoms Top Row: Larry Cooney, Mark Judge, Lynn Masterson, Dave Congdon, Tom Fulirman, Russell Grose, Dan Tester, Chris Riley, Frederick Warner. Second Row: Anita Hemlinger, Frances Eger, Barbara Sanders, Gale Richards, Jean Ralston, Jane Black, Sue Draper, Linda Nicholson, Linda Dagler, Cheryl Hummel. Third Row: Sondra Elonzae, Karen McLaughlin, Dindy Kast, Nancy Hendrickson, Pat Bailey, Jane Grissom, Sue Schmoe, Sharon Lee, Karen Laisure. Fourth Row: David Adkisson, Sam Baughman, Gary Blatnick, Tim Killworth, Ted Barker, Law- rence Bork, Jim Tracey, Jim Breidert, Glenda Besselson. Fifth Row: Carol Cavitt, Cheryll Bennett, Robert Shifflett, Mike Notter, Errol Dunn, Lynn Bunsold, Robert Keller, Don Britton, Pat Veiga, Candi Bahrke. Bottom Row: Larry Crow, Pam Berggoetz, Diana Davis, Crystal Churchward, Don Buskirk, Beverly Bennett, Cindy Aeschliman, Maria Galvan, Ricky Carlson, Ann Baumgaitner. 15 oph omores Top Row: Denny Graham, John Reynolds, Terry Cameron, Dave WilHams, Jim Crandal, Rrad Wil- son, Brian Gulp, Dan Balhnger, Mariann Johnson, Doris Burkhart. Second Row: Sandy Gampbell, Mary Meyer, Beverly Esterline, Gary Genth, Jim Glaymiller, Ed Kerr, Eugenia Spurlock, Linda Williams, Mike Fultz, Alice Grace. Third Row: Linda Lehman, Rose Bersching, Gary Grider, Bob Becraft, Jerry Barker, Michael Ghurchward, Diana Hutchens, Dee Ann Garter, Nancy Emerick, Beverly Emerick. Fourth Row: Randy Zion, Boyd Tarney, Martin Nycum, Dick Meese, John Steinacker, Jean Kings- bury, Len Mentzer, Joyce Deckard, Garl Nes, Mike McBride. Fifth Row: John Weicker, Anita Smith, Kenyon Tillbury, Roxie McDowell, Patti Kamp, David Knight, Diana Meyer, Garolyn Schlup, Joan Broderick, Joyce Rousseau. Bottom Row: Kathy Spice, Donna McKee, Garole Sanders, Darlene Kizer, Beth Ann Stephens, Gon- nie Greeno, Gathi Johnson, Edith Zelt, Linda Scott, Linda Scherschel. 16 op r oynoyes Top Row: Linda Graft, Cindy Steinforth, Tom Harz, Dan Hartnett, Tom Mullans, John Hilbish, Randy Simmons, Don Green, Maurane Archbold, Georgia Glass. Second Row: Loren Lohrbach, Hal Smith, Mac ' s Bell, Jeral Richerson, Bill Lvide, Linda Roop, Bev Beery, Barbara Scott, Linda Brott, Jim Sherwood. Third Row: Dale Estabrook, Connie Bennett, Laurenna Carey, Lee Gouty, Jim Mcintosh, Terry ' ieg- and, Dave Schwartz, Richard Baughn, Willie Spicer, Cindy Cutshall. Fourth Row: Mike Smallwood, Mike McOmber, Jeff Goshert, Jeff Carpenter, George Hoffman, Gary Wyall, Bob Bell, Mickey McGuigan, Ed Hamilton, Tom Henning. Fifth Row: Sandy Disque, Patsy Maxwell, Roger Gutmann, Gary Houston, Lynn Humm, Marcia Meyer, John Dinius, Sue Hardwick, Cynthia Crozier, Janet Mansfield. Bottom Row: Rick Galbreath, Jamey Adams, Jerry Houser, Cheryle Miser, Sara Lynne McKee, Sandi Jennings, Yvonne Hobbs, Margie Good, John Kraft, Rex Fox. 17 opA o 3 0 yes Top Row: Sharon Overla, Jim Presnell, Tom Motz, Steve Porter, Don Solari, Ralph Schimmoler, Bob Pugh, Neal Prince, Sharlene Marsh, Lynn Saunders. Second Row: Janis Marr, Carol Prezbindowski, Rose Miller, Kenneth Place, Mike Shurtz, David Petit, Richard Sheets, Dan Ramsey, Dennis Quance, Harold Smith. Third Row: Dennis Spaw, Shirley Naile, Linda Manuel, Linda Murdock, Nancy Messenger, Jane Nicholson, Kathy Osbun, Sandi Mizerski, Mary Shipe, Joyce Richards. Fourth Row: Bill Eastes, Brock Able, Dave Bolyard, David Carmean, Dave Henschen, David Bran- ning, Jim Frisby, David M. Fortriede, Kenneth Dressier, Larry Carmack. Fifth Row: Gary Hilgeman, Don Bunn, Schuyler Darstein, Dennis Deuter, Edward L. Carmean, Linda Golden, Roger Klinger, Peg Geyer, Rita Carbaugh, Bonnie Lake. Bottom Row: Darrel Dunn, Linda Bowers, Sharon Gaston, Gloria Cox, Marcia Fry, Peggy Buckel, Lorinda Ebel, Virginia Ecenbarger, Karen Butler. 18 oph omores Top Row: Brad Recht, Steve Toor, John Stinnett, Dan Stevenson, Bruce Frederick, Steven Rulka, Ed Offerle, Gary Miller, Ted Ream. Second Rovi ' : Steve Palguta, Roger Weyrick, Lloyd Tester, Carol Leykauf, Julia McGregor, Sally Redding, Linda Wonderly, Bev Yater, Curtis Wittwer, Karen Smith, Bill Ricci. Third Row: Linda Robison, Sandra Palmer, Sharon Welch, Ellen Shepherd, Jill Smith, Janice Miller, Cathy Moses, Sheila Moser, Janice Wagner, Janet Harvey. Fourth Row: Ron Harris, Harold Zonker, Ed Tutwiler, Samuel Robles, Da id Woods, Bill Pape, Steve Johnson, Earl Woehmker. Fifth Row: Gary Zeysing, Joseph Koorsen, Larry James, David D. Swaim, Nancy Townsend, Gale Hetrick, Sally Nogar, Lonnie Hart, Kenny Hannah. Bottom Row: Mike Pease, Jerry Sutter, Rick Meyers, Phil Dinovo, Becky Rump, Nhirsha Prior, Nancy Richardson, Pat Hite, Marilyn Swank. 19 op r oynores Top Row: Malinda Cunningham, Carolyn Lowe, Ronnie Lunz, Nancy Bolyard, Cheryl Cutter, Tom Borchert, Bob Coder, Steve Barrand, Paul Groves, Roman Machmut, Steven Fensler. Second Row: Bob King, Rita Kinder, Marsha Clymer, Carole Fischbach, Becky Gillie, Lynne Closter- man, Patty Ball, Suzette Hunt, Sue Kessen, Richard Eix. Third Row: Sandy Dean, Harold Mason, Max Mueller, Barbara Marschand, Barbara Gideon, Suzanne Henschen, Judy Rotch, Barbara Ferguson, Sandi Keller, Greg Collier, Jane Laguna. FoufRTH Row: John Niemeyer, Wayne Hull, Steve Sandkuhler, David Vervalin, Mark Gaunt, Gary Juergens, Bob Mohr, Lynn Armstrong, Walter Reed. Fifth Row: Jim Wire, Gene Comer, Connie Boling, Barbara Flickinger, Wanda Kierski, Nancy StoU, Nancy Shaw, Karla Kumfer, Edith Hohenstein, Suz Harrison. Bottom Row: Marsha Donaghy, Kathy Smith, Karen Ebey, Patty Van Allen, Bob Stark, Meryl Hoff- man, Carole Weesner, Diana Krill, Terri Hatfield. 20 K- aj eteyi Mary Wagner Violet Broxon Estella Walter Hilda Martin ( deceased ) Edna Churchward y Hstoai lans Clifton Jones Frank Kerns Hubert Schoeph Violet Broxon Abe Rhodes Wilbur Demland 3t ' . J-un Jeff Borne Don Disque 21 JOAN KAY ACKER E and Pin in Y-Teens; Pin in F.T.A.; Look Homeward, Angel; Booster Club; Choir SHIRLEY ANN ACKERMANN E and Pin in Booster Club; Com- mercial Club; G.A.A.; Red Cross Club CLAYTON L. ADAMS E in Cross Country and Track Team; E in Reserve Basketball; Pin in Projectionist Club BONNIE JEAN ALEXANDER E and Pin in Booster Club; E in Nature Club; Girls ' Glee Club; a cappella Choir; Commercial Club THOMAS ALLMANDINGER Cross Country; Track JAMES W. ANGLIN E in Varsity Football; Projectionist Club; Red Cross Club PAT ARMSTRONG Pin and Guard in Commercial Club; Booster Club; Y-Teens; Juni- or Classical League; ADVANCE Typist VICKI ARNOLD E in Booster Club; Commercial Club; Bowling League; G.A.A. TERRY EDWARD BAKER E in Varsity Basketball and Var- sity Track; Vice-Pres. of Letter- men ' s Club; Sec. of Commercial Club; F.T.A. DAVID BAY ADVANCE Home Room Agent; Nature Club BETTY IRENE BICE E and Pin in Home Ec; Commer- cial Club; Red Cross Monitor; Red Cross Librarian; Junior Achieve- ment JOAN E. BIXBY E in Booster Club; Phi-Chem Club; F.T.A. ; Y-Teens PAULA BLACK Y-Teens; G.A.A.; Prom Committee Speech Club; SANDRA ANN BLOOMFIELD Nature Club; Y-Teens SIDNEY WAYNE BLUSH E in Bowling League; Look Home- ward, Angel: Junior Achievement; Dramatics Class JEFFREY BORNE E in ADVANCE; E in Phi-Chem Club; Editor-in-Chief of AD- VANCE; Sec. of Hi-Y, Golf Team DIANA K. BOLDT E in G.A.A.; Vice-Pres. G.A.A.; AN- LIBRUM Staff; Candy Counter; Commercial Club CAROLE JEAN BOUSSUM E, Pin, and Guard in Choir; Presi- dent of Mixed Choir; ANLIBRUM Staff; Carousel and Oklahoma: Commercial Club ROBERT H. BRANSTRATOR Came from Fort Wayne Central; Junior Achievement; Intramural Team LINDA LOU BREEDEN Pin in Commercial Club; Booster Club; Home Ec Club; Y-Teens; Red Cross Club CATHERINE E. BREINFALK E and Pin in Booster Club; E and Pin in G.A.A.; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; Office Practice JOHN W. BROWN Varsity Cross Country Team; Hi-Y MICHAEL ROBERT BROWN E in Bowling League and K. P.; E and Pin in Phi-Chem Club; Hi- Quiz SYLVIA A. BROXON E and Pin in Booster and G.A.A.; Red Cross Club; Junior Achieve- ment; Commercial Club WILLIAM L. BUNNELL E in Bowling League; Red Cross Club KATHY CAHOON E in Booster Club; Vice-Pres. and Sec. of Junior Achievement; Com- mercial Club; Red Cross Monitor WILLIAM R. CAMERON Phi-Chem Club; Red Cross Monitor JO JEAN CAMPBELL E in Booster Club; Asst. Treas. of Junior Achievement; Red Cross Monitor; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club NANCY ELAINE CARDER Came from Bluffton; ADVANCE Typist KATHY C. CARLSON Came from Cedar Springs High School, Cedar Springs, Michigan SHARON LEE CHENEY Prom Committee; Dramatics Class; Commercial Club RUTH ELIZABETH CHRISTIE E, Pin, Guard in, and Sec. of Band; Pin in and Historian of F.T.A.; ANLIBRUM Staff; Sec- Treas. of Senior Home Room; Red Cross Safety Council JOHN CHRISTOFF Projectionist Club JON COAR E in ADVANCE; E in Phi-Chem; E in Speech; Pin in N.F.L.; Presi- dent of Hi-Y JOHN COLE E in Forum; First Degree in N.F.L.; Nature Club; Dramatics Class; Band NANCY COMBS E and Pin in Booster Club; Pin in F.T.A.; Office Practice; Phi-Chem Club; Y-Teens JUDY ANN CRANDAL Home Ec Club; Commercial Club; Y-Teens CAROLYN SUE CROW E in Booster Club; Pres. of Home Ec Club; Sr. Home Room Sec- Treas.; Junior Achievement JANELLE SUE CUSTANCE E in Nature Club; Pin and Guard in Commercial Club; Choir; Li- brarian BARBARA DAFFORN E and Pin in G.A.A.; E in Choir; Pres. and Point Keeper of G.A.A.; Office Practice; Commercial Club DIANA DAGUE E in and a Row Captain of Boost- er Club; E in and Sec. of Bowling League; Phi-Chem Club; Red Cross Club; G.A.A. DIANE LOUISE DAVIS Booster Club; Red Cross Club; Commercial Club; Y-Teens; Jazz Class MARY BELLE DAVIS E, Pin, and Guard in Band; E in Red Cross; Red Cross Council; Prom Committee; Phi-Chem Club SHARON ELAINE DeHAVEN Pin in F.T.A.; Y-Teens Inter-Club Representative; Booster Club; Phi- Chem Club; Prom Committee ORALOU DeLANCEY E in and Feature Editor of AD- VANCE; Choir; N.F.L.; F.T.A. 24 JACK DePEW Pin in Projectionist Club; Sergeant- at-Arms of Hi-Y; Track Team DOUGLAS E. DETTMER E in Band; Pin and Guard in Band; Red Cross Monitor; Intramural Sports MONA MAE DISS E and Pin in Home Ec Club; Dra- matics Class; Commercial Club; K. P. DON DISQUE E in Band; Sec.-Treas. of Junior Home Room; Cross Country; Phi- Chem Club; Red Cross Monitor JOHN D. DRUMMOND Pin in F.T.A.; Junior Classical League; E in Varsity Football; Hi-Y; Prom Committee SUZANNE EISHEN E in Bowling League; Pin and Guard in Commercial Club; Boost- er Club JUDITH ANN ESTABROOK Pres. of Nature Club; F.T.A.; Came from Winnacunnet High School, Hampton, N. H.; Modern Dance Club; Pep Club DORA-LEE EWERT Commercial Club; Choir; L in Twirling at Lafayette Central; Booster Block; G.A.A. BARBARA JEAN EXNER E and Pin in Booster Club, F.T.A., Y-Teens, Forum, and N.F.L.; Prom Attendant; Sec.-Treas. of Soph, and Jr. Home Rooms; ANLIBRUM Staff; Scriba of Junior Classical League TERRY A. FAIRFIELD E in Band and Bowling League; Pin and Guard in Band MICHAEL FERGUSON E in Varsity Football and Track Team; Lettermen ' s Club; Junior Achievement; Red Cross Club MARILYN FISCHBACH E in K.P. and Commercial Club; Y-Teens; Red Cross Club; Office Practice; Prom Committee KATHLEEN FITZGERALD E in Booster Club; Y-Teens ANITA SUE FLAGER E in Home Ec and Booster Clubs; Pin in F.T.A.; Y-Teens; Phi-Chem Club DENNIS FLENNERY K.P.; Phi-Chem Club MtA « 25 iM ik JACK DAVID FORBING Amateur Radio Operator; American Radio Relay League; International Short Wave League; Captain of Fort Wayne Communications Squad STEVEN FORTRIEDE E in Bowling League; K.P.; Forum NINA L. FRECH E, Pin and Sec. of Band; Pin in F.T.A. and ADVANCE; Sec.-Treas. of F.T.A. and Sr. Home Room; Phi- Chem Club; Y-Teens TERRY L. FREDERICK E in Cross Country, Track, and Phi-Chem; ANLIBRUM Staff; Look Homeward, Angel; Hi-Y; Let- termen ' s Club LANNY A. FRY E in Football; E and Pin in Bowl- ing League; Track Team GAIL ALICE GARIEPY E in Booster Club; E and Pin in Nature Club; Red Cross Club; Phi- Chem Club; Y-Teens DEANNA GAUNT E in Bowling League, Booster Club, and Red Cross Club; Sec. of Forum; Pin in N.F. L.; Prom Com- mittee BARBARA JEAN GEARHART E in Booster Club; E and Pin in Y-Teens; Vice-Pres. of G.A.A.; Red Cross Monitor; Commercial Club GERALD S. GEBHART E and Pin in Band; E in Freshman Football; K.P. JOHN GIFFORD Varsity Football; Track Team; Let- termen ' s Club; Red Cross Club; Prom Committee LYNN W. GRAVES Choir; Red Cross Monitor JUDIE L. GREENO E in Booster Club; Red Cross Club; Y-Teens; Commercial Club; G.A.A. MARY KATHERINE GRES E, Pin, and Vice-Pres. of Booster Club; E in Bowling League; Pin in F.T.A.; ANLIBRUM Staff; Y- Teens ROGER LEE GUNDY ADVANCE Staff; Came from La- fayette Central; Sports Editor; Stu- dent Manager; Jr. Store Manager ROSALYN HABEGGER E, Pin and Guard, Treas. of Band; Pres. of Youth for Christ; ANLI- BRUM Staff; Commercial Club; Red Cross Monitor JAN HALL Commercial Club; Booster Club SANDRA HALL E and Pin in Home Ec Club; Jun- ior Classical League; Red Cross Club; Commercial Club MYRNA LORRAINE HAMILTON E in Booster Club and ADVANCE Asst. Bus. Mgr. and News Copv- reader of ADVANCE; ANLl- BRUM Staff; Home Ec Club; Look Homeward, Angel Crew LEOTA SUE HARDISTY Treas. of Junior Achievement; Booster Club; Commercial Club; Home Ec Club ROBERT HARMON E and Pin in Band; Red Cross Club; Phi-Chem Club; Junior Achievement JUDIE LYNN HARSHBARGER E in Home Ec Club; Dramatics Class; Usher for Look Homeward, Angel DANIEL WAYNE HART ADVANCE Business Mgr.; Projec- tionist Club; Cross Country Team HOWARD HARZ E in Projectionist Club; Phi-Chem Club; Hi-Y; Red Cross Club; Cross Country JO ANN ' HAVENS E in Booster Club; Pin in and Vice- Pres. of F.T.A.; Prom Comm.; Phi- Chem Club; Red Cross Monitor MARY HAWKINS E in Rifle Club; Pres. of Rifle Club; Hi-Quiz; Junior Achievement; Phi- Chem Club DONNA SUE HITE At Bluffton High School; Cheer Block; Y-Teens; Treas. of Junior Achievement. At Elmhurst; Com- mercial Club; Treas. of Junior Achievement VICTORIA HODELL E in Booster Club; Prom Commit- tee; Carousel and Oklahoma; Jazz Dance Group; Dramatics Class MAGDALENE HOFFMAN E and Pin in Home Ec Club; E in Booster Club; Vice-Pres. of Home Ec Club; Prom Attendant; Com- mercial Club GARY LYNN HONTZ E, Pin, and Guard in Band; Look Homeward, Angel SHARON HOOVER Home Ec Club; Commercial Club; Y-Teens; Bowling League 27 k W. MICHAEL HORTON President of Senior Class; Phi- Chem Club; Red Cross Council; Hi-Quiz JULIE HUBBARD E in Speech, Red Cross, and Y- Teens; Veep of Red Cross Council; Treas. of Speech Club; Nuntius of Junior Classical League; Bowling League TAMYRA R. JACKSON E in Band, Phi-Chem, and Red Cross Club; Pin in F.T.A.; Sr. Home Room Sec. -Treas. DANIEL E. JENKINS Varsity Football; Track Team; Phi-Chem Club; Red Cross Moni- tor; Junior Achievement PATRICIA ANN JETT E in Home Ec, Twirling, and Boost- er Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Junior Achievement REBECCA JOHNSON E in K.P.; Commercial Club KAROL A. KAUFFMAN Booster Club; Red Cross Club; Y- Teens PHILIP F. KAUFFMAN E in Sports Managing; Pin in Cheerleading; Pin and Guard in Choir; Phi-Chem Club BARBARA A. KELLER E in Red Cross Club; Office Prac- tice DANA LYNNE KIENZLE Pin in Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; K.P.; Office Practice STEVE KILLWORTH E in Speech and Band; Veep of N.F.L.; Drum Major; Hi-Quiz; Oklahoma, Carousel, and Amah] JERRY KING Came from South Side H. S.; Band at South Side; Phi-Chem at Elm- hurst BILL KINGSBURY E and Pin in Band; E in Basket- ball and Cross Country; Treas. of Commercial Club JERRY L. KINSEY Junior Achievement; Bowling League; Prom Committee HARLEY KIZER Prom Committee; Projectionist; Look Homeward, Angel SUSAN E. KLEPFER E in Booster Club; Sec.-Treas. of Junior Home Room; Look Home- ward, Angel; Prom Committee; Red Cross Monitor SANDY KNEPPER Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; Junior Classical League SUE ANN KNOBLAUCH £ in Nature Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Booster Club; Phi-Chem Club; Junior Classical League CONNIE S. KOHNE E in Bowling League; Pin and Guard in Commercial Club; Boost- er Club; Red Cross Monitor JOE L. LACUNA Commercial Club KAREN LEHMAN E in Bowling League; Pres. of Jun- ior Achievement; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club JOHN P. LEIENDECKER E and Pin in Band; Phi-Chem Club VICTOR A. LUNZ E and Pin in Projectionist Club; E in and member of Program Committee of Nature Club; Pin in ADVANCE Staff JERRY P. MASON E and Pin in Choir; Red Cross Club LILA RUTH MASON Girls ' Glee Club; a cappella Choir SANDY MASZKIEWICZ E in Twirling; Hi-Y Queen; Com- mercial Club; Y-Teens; Booster Club LYNN MAXWELL E in Home Ec Club; Red Cross Club; Commercial Club; Office Practice SHARON LEE McBRIDE Bowling League; F.T.A.; Booster Club; Y-Teens; Phi-Chem Club GLEN McDowell RUTH-ANN McLaughlin E and Pin in Booster Club; Pin in F.T.A.; Asst. Sec. of Junior Achievement; Nature Club; g.a.a. SANDY MEANS E in Debate; Point Keeper of N.F.L. and G.A.A.; Forum; F.T.A.; Bowling League JUDITH ANN MERRIETT E and Pin in G.A.A.; ANLIBRUM Staff; Vice-Pres. of Commercial Club; Office Practice WILLIAM RAY MERRIETT E in Freshman Basketball and Cross Country; Commercial Club; Intramural Sports VICKI ANN METTLER Bar and Pin in Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; Booster Club; Came from South Side WELMA A. MEYER E in Phi-Chem Club; E, Pin, and Sec.-Treas. of G.A.A.; Commercial Club; Junior Classical League; ANLIBRUM Staff JAMES H. MILLER Red Cross Club; Bowling League; Intramural Sports FRANZ MUELLER Red Cross Club; Cross Country Team; Track Team; Reserve Bas- ketball SANDRA MUELLER E and Pin in Booster Club; Pres. of Booster Club; Sec.-Treas. of Jun- ior Home Room; Prom Queen; AN- LIBRUM Staff JAMES M. MYERS KENNETH ADAIR NIEMAN Red Cross Club GERALD NICHOLSON E in Varsity Basketball; Vice-Pres. of Senior Class; Pres. of Letter- men ' s Club; Prom Committee; Phi- Chem Club BARBARA NICKERSON Booster Club; G.A.A.; Commer- cial Club DEE NORTHCUTT E in Varsity Football and Basket- ball; Vice-Pres. of Red Cross Safe- ty Council; Lettermen ' s Club; Hi-Y JAN PARKER Transferred from North Miami H. S., Denver, Indiana; Booster Club; Home Ec Club; Red Cross Librarian JANET FAYE PARKISON E in Booster Club and Y-Teens; Pin in and Sec.-Treas. of F.T.A.; Devo- tional Leader of Y-Teens; Prom Committee; Red Cross Monitor STEPHANIE K. PENCE E in Booster Club and Debate; Pin in F.T.A.; Twirling; Girls ' State; Phi-Chem Club STEVE PETIT E in Red Cross and Phi-Chem Clubs; Vice-President of Hi-Y; Red Cross Safety Council; F.T.A. KIP PIPER E in Cross Country, Phi-Chem, and Red Cross Club; President of Phi- Chem Club; Treasurer of Letter- men ' s Club SHARON KAYE PLUNKETT E in Booster Club; Junior Achieve- ment; Prom Committee; F.H.A. at Churubusco High School RICHARD A. POWELL, JR. Pin in Projectionist Club PANDORA PRAY E, Pin, and Guard in Band; Jun- ior Classical League; Phi-Chem Club; Rifle Club; Youth For Christ MICHAEL PRICE E in Projectionist Club; Phi-Chem Club; ADVANCE Home Room Agent SUZANNE RACINE E in Red Cross, Booster, and Y- Teens; Sec.-Treas. Soph. Home Room; Forum; Junior Classical League; Junior Achievment BONNIE KAY REED E in Rifle Club, Phi-Chem, and ADVANCE; Secretary of Rifle Club; Red Cross Librarian LYNN REYNOLDS From Concordia High School; Drama Club; Red Cross Club; LU- HI VOICE; Choir PAT L. RHOADES E in Booster Club and Bowling League; Red Cross Monitor; Pin in Commercial Club EILEEN JANE RICCI F.T.A.; Commercial Club; Phi- Chem Club; Junior Achievement; Prom Committee LUCRETIA RIEDHART E and Pin in Booster Club; AD- VANCE Home Room Agent MICHAEL EUGENE RILEY Bowling League JANET KAY RINGER Junior Achievement; Commercial Club M7« i MM CHARLENE ANN ROBERTS E in Booster Club; Pres. of G.A.A.; Red Cross Club; Nature Club; Jun- ior Achievement ALEX ROBLES Cross Country Team; Track Team; Youth For Christ; Reserve Basket- ball CAROL L. ROEHRS £ in Booster Club; Pin and Guard in Commercial Club; Red Cross Club; Bowling League; ADVANCE Home Room Agent DAVE L. RONDOT STEVEN A. ROSER E in Nature Club; E and Pin in Choir; Oklahoma FRED EUGENE ROYER E in Varsity Football; Track Team JOANNE E. SANDERS E in Booster Club; E, and Vice- President of Forum; Pres. of N.F.L.; Sec.-Treas. of Senior Class; ANLIBRUM Staff VALERIE JEAN SCHALLER E in Home Ec Club; Y-Teens; Junior Achievement; Red Cross Monitor; Booster Club TRUDY SCHMIDT £ in Booster Club; Junior Achieve- ment; Junior Classical League; Red Cross Librarian NANCY ELAINE SCHROFF £ and Pin in G.A.A.; £ in Rifle Club; Commercial Club DENNY SCHUMACHER £ in Varsity Football; Track Team DOUGLAS J. SEIP Junior Classical League SHERRY K. SHADY Office Practice; G.A.A.; Booster Club; Red Cross Club; Junior Achievement SUSAN SHELBY Came from South Side; Prom Com- mittee; Phi-Chem Club; Junior Achievement; F.T.A. PAT SHIPE £ and Pin in Home Ec Club; £ in K.P.; Commercial Club; Office Practice; Red Cross Club SUSAN B. SHOAFF E, Pin, Guard, and Pres. of Band; Class Sec.-Treas. diree years; Prom Attendant; Hi-Quiz; Red Cross Council STEVE SHOCKNEY Phi-Chem Club; ADVANCE Busi- ness Staff; Golf Team; Red Cross Monitor; Hi-Y SHARON KAY SHURTZ E in and Secretary of Bowling League; E in Home Ec Club; Pin in F.T.A.; ANLIBRUM Staff; Prom Committee BONNIE DALE SIMMONS E in Booster Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Prom Committee; K.P.; AD- VANCE Home Room Agent VERL WALTER SIPE E in Rifle Club BARBARA JEAN SMITH E in Booster Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Prom Committee; Sec.-Treas. of Home Ec Club; ADVANCE Typist CHERIE O. SMITH Pin in F.T.A.; Secretary of Junior Achievement; Bowling League; Phi-Chem Club CHERYL ANN SMITH £ in Choir and Hom.e Ec Club; E and Pin in Cheerleading; Prom Attendant; Treasurer of Junior Classical League; F.T.A. and Y- Teens DALE SNYDER Prom Committee; Nature Club; E in Varsity Football and Basketball; Lettermen ' s Club; Track Team JUDI SOUERS E and Pin in Booster Club; Prom Committee; Y-Teens; Junior Classi- cal League; Nature Club JOHN STALLSMITH ANLIBRUM Staff; Phi-Chem Club; Junior Classical League; Red Cross Monitor JOHN EDWARD STARK Hi-Y JONN THOMAS STEWART Phi-Chem Club; Track Team; Red Cross Club DIANN JEAN STOLE E and Pin in G.A.A.; Point Keeper of G.A.A.; Commercial Club; Jun- ior Achievement; Red Cross Club Candy Counter DICK STONEMAN ADVANCE Bus. Mgr.; Red Cross Monitor; Junior Classical League; Varsity Football; Prom Committee k k M ii ti DALE SWANK Bowling League TED W. SWANK Red Cross Club; Bowling League MARGARET K. TEGTMEYER Commercial Club; G.A.A.; Red Cross Club DONNA K. TESTER Commercial Club; Booster Club at Lafayette DAVE THORNE Varsity Track and Cross Country; Red Cross Council; Look Home- ward, Angel; Reserve Basketball; Hi-Y GLORIA FAYE TROUTAL N Red Cross Club; Youth For Christ; Junior Classical League JUDITH ANN ULRICH Home Ec Club; Commercial Club; Red Cross Monitor; Choir PHYLLIS JEAN VAUGHN E in Red Cross; £, Pin, and Guard in Twirling; Pin in Y-Teens; Presi- dent of Commercial Club; Prom At- tendant SUSAN K. WACHHOLZ E in Booster Club; F.T.A.; Y-Teens; Commercial Club; Red Cross Club PAT WALDROP E in Booster Club, Y-Teens, Twirl- ing; Pin in F.T.A.; Prom Attendant; Senior Home Room Sec.-Treas.; Ses.-Treas. of Y-Teens ALVIN JAMES WALKER, JR. E in Reserve Football; Track Team JON WALKER Reserve Football; Red Cross Club; Track Team; Projectionist BEVERLY JOYCE WALMER E and Pin in Booster Club; Girls " Choir; a cappella choir STANLEY WAYNE WATKINS Projectionist JOY ANN WEAVER E in Cafeteria; Choir; Red Cross Candv Counter; Youth for Christ 1373368 KATHLEEN WELCH E in Booster Club; Vice-President of Bowling League; Commercial Club; F.T.A.; Red Cross Club MURL F. WHEELER E in Projectionist Club; Treasurer of Hi-Y MICHAEL WIGGS Prom Committee; Projectionist DELORES D. WILSON £ in Booster Club; ANLIBRUM Staff; Prom Committee; Phi-Chem Club WENDELL C. WISE Varsity Football and Track ROSANN WRIGHT £ and Pin in Booster Club; Red Cross Club MICHAEL R. ZEIGLER Red Cross Club; Hi-Y; Projection- ist Club MARSHA K. ZELT £ in Home Ec and Nature Club; Bowling League; Commercial Club; Choir GAIL ZEYSING £ in Booster Club; Pin in N.F.L.; F.T.A.; Junior Achievement CLAUDIA RAE ZIMSKI £ in Booster Club; Y-Teens; F.T.A.; Commercial Club; Junior Achieve- ment 35 36 uperlatives On ihis page: SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Ruth Christie— Sec.-Treas. Carolyn Crow— Sec.-Treas. Tammy Jackson— Sec.-Treas. Nina Freeh— Sec.-Treas. Jerry Nicholson— Vice-President Mike Horton— President Sue Shoaff— Sec.-Treas. Pat Waldrop— Sec.-Treas. Joanne Sanders— Sec.-Treas. CLASS SPONSORS Letha Falls, Chr. Ural Edwards Kent Kurtz John Sinks Herbert Dilling Daryl Yost MOST LIKELY TO MAKE OUTER SPACE Tammy Jackson Steve Killworth THE MOST Jerry Nicholson Sandy Mueller 0 1 opposite page: BEST CITIZENS Mike Horton Sue Shoaff MOST CONFUSED Wendell Wise Barbara Smith SHARPEST Sue Shelby Jim Anglin BEST DRESSED Mike Riley Phyllis Vaughn MOST COMICAL Dan Jenkins Joanne Sanders MOST CONGENIAL Terry Baker Barbara Exner 37 .iZ n n ie 7 Standing: Pat Jett, Carole Boussum, Dee Wilson, Judy Merriett, Mary Gres. Sitting: Barb Exner, Diana Boldt, Jerry Nicholson, John Stallsmith, Sue Knoblauch. Period 4 Underclass Editors: R. Habegger, B. Simmons, S. Mueller. Period 5 Senior Class Editors: J. Sanders, B. E.xner, S. Shu ' tz, M. Hamilton, R. Christie. Period 7 Business, Sports, Activities: J. Nicholson, J. Stallsmith, D. Wilson, M. Gres, P. Jett, J. Merriett, W. Meyer, S. Knoblauch, C. Boussum, D. Boldt, B. Smith, D. Thorne, T. Frederick. jJllIliE Cover Design: Bonnie Simmons. Sponsor: Letha Falls. Standing: Ruth Cliristie, Bonnie Simmons, Sharon Shurtz, Dave Thorne, Rosalyn Habegger, Sandy Mueller. Sitting: Myrna Hamilton, Welma Meyer, Terry Frederick, Barbara Smith, Joanne Sanders. f TTi K Hf yVigfhf of J liahts- junior f- yom 1 yo2 ■.mKtfm r .- --i » a The Royal Couple ' Re ' e du Printemps " Our Choice Her Majesty, Queen Sandy (TUNE OF SCHOOL SONG) Hail to old Elmhurst High School without peer Loyal well be to you and In our memory hold most dear Remembrance of happy days Standards held high True-hearted sons and daughters One for Elmhurst, all for Elmhurst high! —Lionel Schwan, class of ' 33 On the Opposite Page JERRY NICHOLSON Our Man from Boys ' State J. C. L. BANQUET " Prosit! " TERRY BAKER " Terry, Top Harrier " MURL WHEELER Chief of Audio-Visual Aid " Lights, Camera, Action! " STEVE KILLWORTH " Strike Up The Band! " PHIL KAUFFMAN Two year cheer leader " Go, E.H.! " " Lettermen Leaders " 40 K ir s .::y tnletic . ssociation Sue Nycum, Pres. 4th; Mary Myers, Point Keeper, 4th; Judy Beltz, Sec.-Treas., 5th; Welma Meyer, Sec.-Treas, 4th; Carol Hoopes, Point Keeper, 4th; Diana Boldt, Vice-Pres., 5th; Connie Bennett, Pres., 5th; Diann StoU, Point Keeper, 5tli. Sponsor: Mrs. Lucy Doswell. Absent: Sue Spaw, Vice-Pres., 4th; Nonna Dickinson, Pont Keeper, 5th. The Girls ' Athletic Association, which is sponsored by Mrs. Doswell, is open to any girl inter- ested in sports and good sportsmanship. It is possible to obtain a letter by getting 200 points and a pin by getting 250 points. Some of the activities that the girls participate in at noon hours are golf, tennis, olleyball and shuffleboard. During the six weeks, there are tournaments held in each of these fields. Then, at the end of the six weeks, there is a championship game between two teams, each team representing one noon hour. 4-iititye J cachcrs of « i merica Ruth Christie ------ Historian Jo Ann Havens . . - . - Vice-President Barbara Exner ------ President Janet Parkison - - - - Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor: Mrs. Decker. Under the leadership of the club officers and Mrs. Decker, the members of the Future Teach- ers of America worked on many service projects for the school and the community. Last October the students ushered at the Teachers ' Convention. The members also helped the P. T. A. with some of their meetings. At Christmas they played Santa for the children at the State School. To earn points during the year the students helped the teachers. In the spring the seniors assisted the teachers of many of the surrounding grade schools. This student teaching was the high point of this year ' s activities of F.T.A. o vviVA Winers Marilyn Swank, Linda Murdock, Stephanie Pence, Glcnda Besselsen, Cindy Hartwell; Phyllis Vaughn, Captain; Vicki Marks, Cindy Steinforth, Sandy Maszkiewicz, Pat Waldrop, Linda Johnson. Sponsor: Mr. Myers. Under the supervision of Mr. Myers, the twirlers were engaged in various activities. Along with twirling for the Band Boosters, they participated in contests. In the NISBOVA twirling contest at North Side, Phyllis Vaughn, the captain, and Cindv Steinforth received firsts and went to the state contest. The twirlers put on half-time and pre-game shows at both the football and basketball games. There is a contest in the spring in which a trophy is awarded. 42 43 y atufc C li h Marsha Zelt ----- Social Chairman Leroy Zavitz - - . - Program Chairman Janis Brown ------ Secretary Judy Estabrook ------ President Diana Forschner Vice-President Jon Broderick Treasurer Sponsor: Mrs. Bleke. The theme of the Nature Club this year was " Know These Things— The Living Phenomena About Us. " The club had several speakers. Dr. W. C. Gunthers, head of the biology department of Valparaiso, spoke on animal behavior and mental retardation in chickens. Robert H. Cooper, head of the science department of Ball State, spoke on the biology of Alaska and Hawaii. Sue Hively spoke on the topic " Let ' s Fly. " The club also made a trip to the Eli Lilly Company. The members also saw several films such as: " The Cave Community, " " Succession From Sand Dunes to Forest, " - " The Tropical Rainforest. " and J ed C.«- ro55 K lub sherry Krinn Julie Hubbard DeWayne Northcutt Sponsor: Miss Wimmer. Secretary-Treasurer President Vice-President At the beginning of the year, the Red Cross Club sponsored the semi-formal, " Midnight Mist. " The club also sponsored a sock hop. The proceeds went to the " Toys for Tots " campaign sponsored by the Christmas Bureau. The club sent cards, flowers, and record albums to Dave Mueller, an Elmhurst graduate who was injured last summer. Also, the club presented its annual variety show Any Elmhurst student is ehgible for club membership. Members of the Red Cross Council are se- lected in their sophomore year and remain on the council until graduation. f ni- . nem L- hd Tammy Jackson - - - Secretary-Treasurer John Eash ----- Vice-President Kip Piper ------ President Gregory Shurboff - - - - Coke Machine Spon.wrs: Miss Wimmer, Mr. Masterson. The Phi-Chem Club, or Physics-Chemistry, provides activities for students who are interested in the physical sciences. A member must be taking or have taken physics or chemistry. The mem- bers took field trips this year to Bowmar, International Harvester, and General Electric. As a service project for the school, club members took charge of the coke machine in the cafeteria and the sale of cokes during basketball games. Awards given to active members of the Phi-Chem Club were £ ' s and Junior Academy of Science Pins. 44 45 J(. V. Top Roic: Mike Brown, David Fortriede, Mack Faylor, Dennis Ferguson, Ken Sherwin, Jim Mitchell, Mike Bennett, Lawrence Smith, Sam Robles. Middle Row: Nick Wyss, Patsy Maxwell, Cynthia Utter, Carole Fischbach, Diane Chapman, Bonnie Kay Reed, Bon- nie Simmons, Abel Robles, Dennis Flennery. Bottom Row: Carol Weaver, Marilyn Fischbach, Virginia Ecenbarger, Mary Sue Shipe, Pat Shipe, Kathy Hall, Linda Wonderly, Gerry Gerard, Joy Weaver, Cynthia Colvin. The school cafeteria workers are under the supervision of Mrs. Estella Walter, the head cook. At the end of this year, if a student has worked in the cafeteria two years he will receive a letter. If he has worked four years, he will receive a letter sweater. After this year, no letters or letter sweaters will be awarded. For each day a student works, he receives a free lunch. The cafeteria ' s workers make the cafeteria run smoothly. Barbara Smith . . - . Secretary-Treasurer Maggie Hoffman . . . . Vice-President Carolyn Crow ------ President Anita Flager ----- Student Adviser The Home Economics Club has been very active this year. As a fund raising project the mem- bers held two bake sales. At Christmas the girls collected toys which they donated to the Allen Countv Children ' s Home. The evening meetings were made interesting by demonstrations of flower arranging and hairstyling. Bill Kingsbury . - - . . Treasurer Phyllis Vaughn President Judy Merriett Vice-President Terry Baker - Secretary Sponsors: Miss Edwards, Mr. Stoops, Mrs. Goble. Anyone taking or having taken shorthand, typing or bookkeeping may join the club. The pur- pose of the Commercial Club is to acquaint the student with the white-collar workings of the busi- ness world. Many take the business course for practical purposes. With the knowledge of business subjects, these students right away have a means of making a living. There are also after school meet- ings with personnel people in charge. Junior NOMA meetings take place once a month; to these meetings, we send three representatives from Elmhurst. Once a year the Commercial Club plans a field trip which all members may attend. A banquet is held at the end of the year to give special awards to those members who have made outstanding achievements in Commerce. 46 47 iJL ooli . jiomewctfdf . y t ael 7 i Gary Hontz, Larry Horn, Joan Acker, Barbara Flickinger, Ann Weber, Mac ' s Bell, Susan Klepfer, Terry Frederick. Director: Mr. Don Goss. Look Homeward, Angel, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1958, was presented to the public by a east of more than 25 students. The theme was, " Life Is What You Make It. The Goals You Set For Yourself Will Be Those Which You Obtain. " The play, based on a novel written by Thomas Wolfe, portrayed his life as a boy and later as a young man. The actors and main characters are: Mac ' s Bell as Ben Gant, Joan Acker as Mrs. Marie Pert, Barbara Flickinger as Helen Gant Barton, Ann Web- er as Eliza Gant, Bill Pfeiffer as Will Pentland, Terry Frederick as Eugene Gant, Maurice Fair as Jake Clatt, Barb Sieminski as Mrs. Clatt, Sharon Hornberger as Miss Florry Mangle, and Sandy Wel- baum as Mrs. Snowden. j{ -y Murl Wheeler ------ Treasurer Steve Petit ------ Vice-President Jon Coar ------- President Jeff Borne ------- Secretary Sponsor: Mr. Sinks. " Service to others by helping the school and the community " is the motto of the Hi-Y Club. The club had many events this year starting with the " Harvest Hop " in November. The proceeds from this hop were used to purchase the American Flag and spotlight which are in the gym. The Hi-Y boys also took care of the coat check at the basketball games. At Christmas, the annual Hi-Y fund raising committee set a new record by collecting $84 which went to needy families in tlie community. The club finished the year with its annual " Best Girl Banquet. " y.a eens Suzanne Racine ----- Point Keeper Peggy Kirsch ----- Vice-President Barbara Exner ------ President Pat Waldrop - - - - Secretary-Treasurer fanet Parkinson ------ Devotions Sherry DeHaven - - Inter Glub Representative Absent: Joan Acker - - - . Song Leader " iponsor: Mrs. Foelber. Sponsored by the Fort Wayne Y.W.C.A., the Y-teens is a service club which the yoimg women of E.H.S. may join. Y-teens meets on the first Thursday of every month at the downtown Y. C.A. Mrs. Foelber, a language teacher at E.H.S., is the school sponsor for Y-teens. Some of tlie projects during the year have been food baskets, tray favors, and collecting books. The big affair of the year was the " Sadie Hawkins ' Day Dance " in the early fall. 48 t fin M . !; I, H f 11 ]• ■ " ( ■ i " ,. ■■] I ' • 49 v rojec tio n is ts Top Rote: Stan W ' atkins, Bill Estes, Art Ackerman, Lee Harkinson, Victor Lunz, Frank Baade, Howard Harz, Glen Riih -, Jack DePew. MkUilc Row: John Reynolds, Dennis Schebig, Terry Coker, Ralph Schimmoller, Steve Geiser, David Adkison, Dick Rhoads, Mike Price, Roger Johnson; Murl Wheeler, Assistant to Mr. Sinks. Rottom Row: Da id Fortriede, Dick Powell, Mike Wiggs, Mike Zeigler, Bob Bradley, Steve Shockney, Mike Bunn, Bud Skinner, Gregg Sluirboff, Emory Graver, Harley Kizer. Absent: Bruce MacPherson, Al Oman, Ronnie Smith, Ken Sherwin, Jon Walker. Sponsor: Mr. Sinks. The Projectionists, sponsored by Mr. Sinks, again showed movies and played records for the stu- dents and teachers. For the second straight year, Murl Wheeler was in charge of assigning movies and records to the members. The qualifications for the club are a study hall and passing grades. All of the members receive points for showing movies and playing records. One hundred points are required for a letter. ational -j-orensic JU eaane ana -j-ovuvn Forum: Deanna Gaunt . . . - Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Exner ------ President Joanne Sanders - - - - President of NFL N. F. L.: Steve Killworth ----- Vice-President Stephanie Pence - - Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor: Mr. Kurtz. Forum is a club where students can " blow off steam. " Members speak in two main fields, de- bate and interpretation. Interpretation is divided into dramatic, humorous, extemporaneous, ora- tory and poetry. Members compete with students from other schools and earn points according to ratings. After an accumulation of twenty-five points, they may become members of the National Forensic League, which is a national honor fraternity. As their points increase, they can advance in degrees of award. At the beginning of the year, Forum and Debate held their annual debate meet. In February, Forum sponsored " Cupid Capers " a Valentine semi-formal. yVlain ,:: d ance {arf Standing: Sitting: Oraloii DeLancey - - - Feature Editor Don Johnston - - - - Co-Sports Editor Tim Borne - - - - Co-Sports Editor j ff g Editor-in-Chief Cmdy Fell ----- News Editor L. , r • x. Mrs. Hibben - - - - Editorial Adviser ' ' Stoneman - - - Busmess Manager Mr. Poor Business Adviser Victor Lunz - - - Circulation Manager The ADVANCE Staff is one of the busiest and most informed groups on school activities. Hoiu ' s of gathering material, rewriting and typing by the editorial staff are necessary to meet the dead- line. A paper can ' t be published, though, without the efforts of the business staff. Some of their duties are soliciting ads, making and sending bills, bookkeeping, and circulating papers. A banciuet at the end of tlie vear sums up the hard work and fun for the staff. Award E ' s and Quill and Scroll pins are given to deserving members at this time. 50 51 jiiniov K. iassiccti . wt ecjaite Tom Howenstine, Pontifex Maximiis; Julie Hubbard, Nuntius; Nancy Crane, Consul Siiprenius; Cheryl Smith, Quaes- tor; Barbara Exner, Scriba. Sponmr: Mr. Arthur Gerwig. Absent: Mike Biuin, Consul Seeundus. The Junior Classical League is comprised of students who are taking Latin U, III, or IV, or have taken them previously. The programs at the monthly meetings usually include a speaker who tells of some interestin g aspect of Roman culture. The J.C.L. celebrated the Christmas season by having a Saturnalia or Christmas party. The high- light of the year, however, was ths Roman Banquet which was held in the spring. At the banquet, members wearing togas actually practiced Roman customs while talking and eating. Sitting: Kathy Welch ----- Vice-President Gary Robers ------ President Diana Dague ------ Secretary Cindy Means Treasurer Standing: Nancy Crane - - - - Assistant Secretary Diana Hutchins . - - - Assistant Secretary Dee Ann Carter - - - - Assistant Secretary Sponsor: Mrs. Goble. Now in its third year, the Elmhurst Student Bowling League is very popular. The club members meet at the Village Bowl each Monday night and bowl three games. The highest boy and girl bowler receive theater passes, weekly. A banquet is held in the spring when awards are made. S ostcr (ZU Top Row: Jan Parker, Mariann Johnson, Kay Rehrer; Card Captains: Becky Agner, Sally Fox, Dindy Kast, Kay Schilling, NJeryl Hoffman, Nancy Messenger, Shirley Naile. B( tt(wi Row: Jane Laguna, Barbara Smith; Vice-Pres., Mary Gres; Pres., Sandy Mueller; Sec.-Treas., Barbara Exner; |aiKt Parkison, Nancy Schwan. Sponsor: Mr. Weber. " Go E. H., GO, GO, GO! " could ha e l)een one of the cheers you heard the Elmhurst Booster Club yelling. The chcerblock is comprised of E. H. S. girls in white blouses. The club this year is 16S girls strong who cheer at every home and city series game. Booster Club is responsible for selling popcorn at each home game and for keeping the clieerleadcrs in uniforms. The club does flash card routines at some home games. 52 53 9ey7c (ZLL Bottom Row: Tim Killworth, Jack Crandal, Ron Smith; publicity manager, Bonnie Kay Reed; secretary, Mary Hawkins; president, Diana Forschner, Verl Sipe, Larry Lunz, Lenny Cross. Middle Row: Charles Topp, David Swaim, Mac ' s Bell, Dale Estabrook, Mr. Reed, coach; Pandy Pray, Rex Bissell. Top Row: Robert King, Roger Weyrick, Steve Riilka, Jerry Case, Ken Troutman, Steve Barrand, Tom Borchert, Lloyd Tester. Absent: Byron Romey, vice-president; Larry Cannack, Jay Fox. Coach: Mr. Reed. The Rifle Club was very active again this year. The team had two matches with Howe and two with Culver. The members also had matches with South Side and Concordia. This year, the club plans to attend the State Match at Culver and the National Match at St. Mary ' s, Ohio. Five team members completed their Expert Award this year. They are: R. Smith. D. Forsch- ner, L. Lunz, B. Reed, K. Troutman. Verl Sipe completed his Distinguish Award. J rack J Q. earn Top Row: Mgr. Phil Kauffman; Clay Adams, Dan Glass, Franz Mueller, Darrell Gerke, John Bresler, Tom Stewart, Dean Wall, Terry Frederick, Heinrich Mueller, James Mitchell, Dan Barker, Terry Baker, St. Clair Thompson, Steve Killworth, Don Johnston, Roger Johnson; Mr. Spencer, Coach. Bottom Row: Frank Baade, Charlie Carr, Bob Bradley, Wendell Wise, Rocky Finlayson, Steve Churchward, Jerry Reinking, Dee Northcutt, Kenny Clark, Emory Craver, Dick Rhoad. The 1962 track season was a successful one from the Trojan view point. Three school records were broken: the pole vault record by Clay Adams, the 440 yard dash by Dean Cutshall, and the high hurdles by Terry Baker. The Trojans were very impressive in the NEIAC where they finished a strong second. In the North Side Relays the Trojan two-mile relay team won in record fashion. To top off the season, Terry Baker went all the way to state finals in the high jump. K, hcer leaders Phil Kauffman, Nancy Bolyard, Barbara Burke, Connie Greeno, Barbara Thome, Cheryl Smith, Sherry Krinn, Sandy Hostetler, Cindy Cutshall. Varsity: Bolyard, Greeno, Hostetler, Kauffman, Smith. Reserve: Burke, Cutshall, Krinn, Thorne. Sponsor: Mr. Weber. Twenty Trojans tried out for cheerleaders before the Booster Club on November 2, 1962. Out of this group nine were chosen, five varsity and four reserve cheerleaders. The Varsity five were centered around the only returning varsity cheerleader from the year before, Cheryl Smith. Senior Phil Kauffman and Junior Sandy Hostetler were the other upperclassmen who had reserve experi- ence last year. Sophomores Nancy Bolyard and Connie Greeno, in their first year of high school cheerleading, rounded out this varsity quintet. Juniors Sherry Krinn, Barb Thorne, Barb Burke and Sophomore Cindy Cutshall made up the talented reserve team. All nine cheerleaders made their first appearance before the school body on November 16, 1962, and saw their first game action on No- vember 23, 1962. Only Cheryl and Phil will graduate this year while the others will serve as cheer- leaders for tlie coming football season. 54 « a M 1 JI« J J 55 Uafs it . j-o otbctll Top Row: Mr. Stoops, Coach; Mgr. Roger Johnson; Jerry Reinking, Denny BaUinger, Steve Kissinger, Buddy Skinner, Ste e Churchward, Brian Weller, Jay Fox, Dan Barker, Darrell Gerke; Mrg. Dick Rhoad; Mgr. St. Clair Thompson. Middle Row: Gary Fisher, Charles Bir, Charles Hamrick, Mark Davis, Bruce MacPherson, Steve Springer, John Bresler, Rocky Finlayson, Don Snyder, Dave Johnson, Dan Glass. Bottom Row: Bob Morton, Fred Royer, James Anglin, Denny Shumacher, Mike Ferguson, Wendell Wise, Dee Northcutt, Dennis Schebig, Kenny Clark. The Trojan Gridders ended their third varsity season registering a Iwin, 7 loss record. The bright spots of the season were that Dee Northcutt, the Trojans ' leading scorer, pass receiver and ground gainer, made the All-City-Honor-Team and Wendell Wise and Steve Churchward made honorable mention. Preserve ootLall Top Row: John Niemeyer, Steve Porter, Wayne Hull, John Stinnett, Steve Sandkuhler, Dick Meese, David Var- valin, Ted Barker, Mick McOmber, Bob Mohr. Middle Row: Mgr., Koven Smith; Mgr., Tom Motz; Gary Zeysing, Bill Pape, Mark Gaunt, Don Bunn, Steve John- son, Denny Graham, Dan Stevenson, Dennis Quance. Bottom Row: Dan Balhnger, Bob Stark, Paul Groves, Harold Mason, Randy Zion, Mike Churchward, Gale Het- rick, Dave Schwartz, Neal Prince. The reserve football team under the guidance of Mr. Athan and of Mr. Yost, a newcomer to the Trojan coaching staff, fought their way to a 1 win 7 loss record. The Trojan victory against the Concordia Cadets was an impressive one. C ross C oun ir j Top: Mgr. Phil Kauffman; Fred Warner, Rodger Gutman, Brock Able, Jeff Goshert, Bill Eastes, Terry Baker, Ron Harris, Bob Bradley, Hal Smith, Jim Wire, Able Robles, Russell Grose; Coach, D. Spencer. Bottom Row: Don Johnston, Kip Piper, Dave Thorne, Terry Frederick, Ron Lunz, Terry WooKuns, Harold Smith, Lynn Armstrong, Dave Dahman, Boyd Tarney. The Varsity Cross Country team ended another successful campaign. Their record of 8 wins and 6 losses included their successful defense of the NEIC Cross Country Championship. R. Lunz, D. Johnston, H. Smith, K. Piper, D. Thome, T. Frederick, and L. Armstrong all ran on the victorious conference team. The Trojan Harriers ended their season with a fifth place finish in the Sectional. R. Lunz, D. Johnston, H. Smith, and L. Armstrong will return next year. 56 57 h cscfvc U a earn Kneeling: Dan Stevenson, Mgr.; Russell Grose, Hal Smith, Roger Guhnann, Don Johnston; Harold Smith, Mgr. Standing: Mr. Athan, Coach; Ted Barker, Ron Harris, John Niemeyer, John Kessler, Tom Fuhrman, Jerry Jergens, Denny Graham, Bill Estes. The Reserve team under Mr. Athan completed the 1962-63 season with a 12 win, 7 loss record. Sophomore Ted Barker led the team in scoring with 200 points and a 10.5 points per game average. Sam Baughman followed with 157 points and an 8.8 points per game average. Name T. P. Barker 200 Baughman 157 Smith 92 Fuhrman 85 Jolinston 70 Harris 58 Eickhoff 33 Gutmann 26 10.5 Reinking 11 8.8 Kesler 8 4.8 Grose 7 5.3 Wire 4 7 Estes 3 3 Graham 2 8.25 Juergens 2 Niemeyer 2.75 2.7 .47 .57 .5 .4 58 u. arsi ' a ectyn Front: Jerry Barker, Mgr.; Mr. Werling, Assistant Coach; Mr. Geyer, Head Coach; Tom Motz, Mgr. Standing: Dave Dahman, Dale Snyder, Paul Eickhoff, Dan Glass, Terry Baker, Bom McGregor, Tom Mullans, Jerry Nicholson, Jerry Reinking, Rocky Finlayson, Sam Baughman, Dee Northcutt. The Elmhurst Trojans finished the 1961-63 season with 4 wins and 17 losses. While this is not an impressive record, the season included a 58-53 victory over the County Champion New Haven Bull- dogs. Terry Baker led the Trojans in scoring, racking up 277 points for a 13.9 points per game average. The Trojans did not place anyone on the All-City Team, but Terr) ' Baker and Bob McGregor received honorable mention. The Elmhurst squad will lose only three members, Baker, Dale Snvder, and Jerry Nicholson. With many returning underclassemen, the future looks bright for Trojan boosters. Name T. P. FG F. T. Ave. Baker Ill 103 71-112 13.9 Reinking 55 24 7-11 4.2 McGregor 170 58 54-98 8.9 Dahman 44 22 0-3 2.3 Mullans 167 69 29-73 7.95 Johnston 22 8 6-8 1.83 Nicholson 135 56 23-36 6.8 Northcutt 20 9 2-6 1.81 Glass 91 34 23-47 4.8 Eickhoff 16 4 8-12 1.06 Finlayson 66 29 8-25 3.1 Barker 11 4 3-3 .5.5 Snyder 62 23 16-36 3.6 Baughman 4 2 0-1 1.3 59 Dale Snyder Senior 5 ' 10 " Guard 1 ' IHIHj H fl H I L ' ' - 1 Tom MuUans 1 v JfL ' w H Sophomore m K Kfflf ' i H 6 ' 3 " Forward M H mj H h 9| i B I |Mh| H l w H 1. l rr l Rocky Finlayson JI B I H Junior H Q 5 ' 10 " Guard Jerry Nicholson Senior 6 ' Guard Dee Northcutt Senior 5 ' 8 " Guard 60 Dave Dahman Junior 5 ' 9 " Guard Bob McGregor Junior 6 ' 3 " Forward Jerry Reinkin Junior 6 ' Forward Sam Baughman Sophomore 5 ' 10 " Guard Paul Eickhoff Junior 6 ' Forward 61 Jl and Top Row: G. Ruby, R. Carbaugh, T. Howenstein, T. Fairfield, S. Moser, J. Reynolds, R. Pressler, N. Freeh, D. Dettmer, B. Frederick, D. Bueker, J. Adams, Y. Hobbs, G. Hontz. Second Row: P. Hite, K. Osbon, M. Cooper, D. Buskirk, S. Hardwick, B. Bennet, M. Petit, P. Pray, J. Davis, A Kariger, S. Shoaff. Third Row: L. Jewell, R. Habegger, |. Miller, C. Leycouf, S. McKee, S. Disque, K. Moses, N. Bleakney, J. Mc- Gregor, C. Sprague. Fourth Row: R. McKee, M. Geyer, M. B. Davis, S. Baughman, S. Killworth, D. Vervalin, S. Geiser, B. Kingsbury, C. Crozier, D. Woods, G. Fisher. Fifth Row: M. McOmber, T. Cameron, R. Fox, J. Houser, L. Vodde, R. Harmon, J. Franks, D. Barker, L. Za itz, D. Heasley. Bottom Row: G. Houston, K. Place, R. Weyrick, M. Meyer, E. Offerle, A. Roman, J. Leiendecker, B. Pfeiffer, S. Wel- bainn. The Marching Trojans experienced several interesting events this year. They participated in various contests and played at the football and basketball games. Mr. Robert Myers was the new band director this year. A string orchestra began its first year at Elnihurst. The band paid for their new uniforms with money-making projects such as candy sales and record hops. Anyone who was interested in music and willing to practice was welcomed to the band. 62 VALEDICTORIAN - Susan Shoaff SALUTATORIAN - Steven Killworth NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Joan Acker, Patricia Armstrong, Ruth Chris- tie, Nancy Combs, Diana Dague, Mary Belle Davis, John Drummond, Barbara Exner, Marilyn Fischbach, Kathleen Fitzgerald, Nina Freeh, Terry L. Frederi ' ? Rosalyn Habegger, Myrna Hamilton, JoAnn Havens, Mary E. Hawkins, W. Michael Horton, Philip Kauffman, Steven Killworth, Sue Ann Knoblauch, San- dra Means, Ruth-Ann McLaughlin, Welma A. Meyer, Sandra K. Mueller, Gerald Nicholson, Stephanie Pence, Sharon Plunkett, Eileen Ricci, Joanne Sanders, Nancy Schroff, Susan Shoaff, Sharon Shurtz, Richard Stoneman, David Thorne, Patricia Waldrop, Claudia Zimski. NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONORARY - Terry Baker, Gerald Nicholson. NATIONAL ARION AWARDS - Band, Nina Freeh; Choir, Phil Kauffman. SPEECH AWARD - Barbara Exner. DAR BEST CITIZEN AWARD-Mary E. Hawkins. QUILL AND SCROLL NATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARDS - Jeff Borne, Oralou DeLancey, Myrna Hamilton, Richard Stoneman. THOM McAN NATIONAL ESSAY ENTRANTS - Ruth-Ann McLaughlin, Rich- ard Stoneman. PROM QUEEN - Peggy Kirsch. PROM COURT PRINCESSES - Linda Bishop, Barbara Burke, Sally Fox, Sandy Hostetler, Barbara Thorne, Anita Wiegman. 63 !.cJ (Zl, Olf Top Row: Ann Kariger, Accompanist; Judy Beltz, Judy Ulrich, Carol Davis, Marcella Emmert, Beverly Hunt, Mark Gaunt, Alfred Noble, James Mitchell, Treas.; Charles Carr, Steven Toor, Richard Brandenburg, Steven Roser; Phil- ip Kauffman, Student Director. Second Row: Marilyn Birt, LeAnne Vodde, Rose Lynn Miller; Carole Boussum, Pres.; Ruth Mason, Ann Weber, Sharon Hornberger, Oralou DeLancey, Malinda Cunningham, Joan Acker, Nancy Messenger; Lois Johnson, Re- porter; Bonnie Alexander. Third Row: Judith Greeno, Diana Rankin, Rhea McKee; Becky Agner, Vice-Pres.; Sharon Friedman; Margaret Bor- den, Sec; Dennis Schebig, Boyd Tarney, Mary McLeland, Patricia Meyer, Sandra Jennings, Steven Fensler, Koven Smith, Sara McKee. Fourth Row: Mr. John Bechtelheimer, Director; Janelle Custance, Librarian; Cheryl Miser, Joy Weaver, Beverly Wal- mer, Kay Schilling, Patty Dennis, Dora Lee Ewert, Carol Weaver, Donna Rockey, Mary Jackson; Barbara Daf- forn. Over-all Point Keeper. Absent: Mehnda Buck, Historian. The choir began to rebuild its foundation in September of 1962 with the diUgent work of Mr. John Bechtelheimer, director. The Mixed Choir, which has a personnel of 54 members, participated in the Solo and Ensemble Contest held February 2, 1963, in which many were honored by getting to enter the State Contest in Indianapolis. Among the favorites of the choir this year were: " Hallelujah Chorus, " " The Water Is Wide, " " 1 Wan ' Jesus to Walk witli Me, " and songs from South Pacific. 64 i Aruioarciph y irtoarapni 66 On graduation day, Seniors gi ' e a sigh As they sadly say their last good-bye. -Jim Miller Portraits and Groups Watters Studio Fort Wayne, Indiana Special Montage Photography Don Gross Elmhurst High School Fort Wayne, Indiana Engravings Fort Wayne Engraving Co. Printer Berne Witness Berne, Indiana Cover Craftco Cover Co. JoHet, lUinois


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