Emmerich Manual High School - Ivian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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1959 IVIAN EMMERICH MANUAL TRAINING HIGH SCHOOL INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA §111111 1 1111 an ' Tffcutual Manualites are busy from morning till night during the school year, keeping up with full schedules " around the clock. " This year ' s clock has been a confusing one, however, because the school has been on Central Standard Time and the city on Daylight Saving Time, making school clocks and home clocks disagree. We arrived at school at 7 o ' clock, having left home at 7:30. In spite of the time difference, the same busy schedule of activities had to be sandwiched into the same number of waking hours. A ninth period was added to Manual ' s school day to allow for our growing population; and an unofficial tenth period provided for conferences, meet- ings, rehearsals, and parties. Many evenings found the building ahum with public performances, dances, or parent-group activities. rtrm Table of Contents: ACTIVITIES PAGE 10 ORGANIZATIONS PAGE 24 ATHLETICS PAGE 42 ALBUM PAGE 62 ADVERTISING PAGE 1 1 2 jjgL School Day Begins Hoisting of the flag by the ROTC Color Guard marks the beginning of each day. Pupils pour into the building and ready themselves for classes as Radio Station WMHS broadcasts a " Good Morn- ing " with the daily before-school show. Usually this comes from the radio room on the second floor; but occasionally it ' s a " Man on the Street " interview program. Manager Arnold Dale and Chief Engineer Chuck Huppert set up a micro- phone in the hall or, if the weather permits, out of doors. Station signs off just in time for all partici- pants to make first-hour classes. Chuck Huppert mans controls as Steve Matthews broad casts. With Spirited Early- Morning Activities Arnold Dale and Norva Lintecum interview Sharon Basev y " on the Street. ' ' We Plan Courses from a Wide Curriculum Freshmen John Justice and Ronnie Sawyer put finishing touches to their Christmas angel constructed in Art I. Kathleen Ludeman and Linda Schroeder find hands help- ful while practicing conversing in French, which was newly added to our curriculum this year. The classes here at Manual teach students many and varied subjects, preparing them with a back- ground for college or the vocation of their choice. The school is equipped to instruct and give valu- able knowledge to pupils who wish to take advan- tage of the opportunity. With the assistance of teachers and counselors, each Manualite may work out a four-year program which best suits his needs, interests, and abilities. If his goal is college, he plans his curriculum to meet college requirements; or he may prepare himself for a vocation or busi- ness in one of our many special departments. This year, Manual has added to its ever-growing curriculum three new subjects — French, Analytical Geometry, and Etymology. In U. S. History class, Jim Privette, as King James I of England, dramatizes the awarding of charters for Amer- ican colonies to Janet Carnes and Leroy Bell. Not a Chinese puzzle but a Physics test constructed by Mi. Robert Canner and Mr. Wayne Dunbar. Seniors Marvin Hyatt and Ray Schultz check the complicated structure to prove the basic Physics theories it demonstrates. Office Training Class gives business majors practical " of- fice experience. " Seniors Eva Jones, Barbara Hale, and Merrilyn Lindley are running off cards for another depart- ment on the Ditto machine. In Mrs. Janice Cummer ' s Clothing class, sophomore Sherry Hoffmeister " sews a fine seam " on one of the late model electric machines. Laboratories also have treadle-operated models so pupils may learn to use both. We Develop Skills For Future Success Not only does our curriculum prepare students for college and future professions, but it also turns out tomorrow ' s mechanics, carpenters, designers, elec- tricians, and pr inters. With a shop program con- sisting of such courses as mechanical drawing, electronics, and general, machine, auto, wood, and print shops, Manualites are becoming well equipped for a future in one of these vocations. With a rising enrollment in shop courses, many students are discovering that the practical knowl- edge gained in these classes will make them general handy men and save them money since they can make their own repairs without the costly services of a professional mechanic or electrician. Each shop room has a " washing fountain " where several boys can " wash-up " at once to prepare for next classes. Larry Ulrey and Charles Murray, Advanced Auto Shop pupils, check the brake lines on a faculty car. Shop pupils get practical experience by ac- tually doing jobs for Manual and Manualites. In Auto Shop boys may work on their own cars, but also do mechanical repairs on cars belonging to faculty members and other students. In Mechanical Drawing, advanced draftsmen have drawn plans for houses and other struc- tures that have actually been built. And our " apprentice " printers make tickets and pro- grams for Manual organizations, as well as many forms used by the main office. Electricians repair radios and TV sets in their Shop, and Machine Shop boys learn to use precision equipment in preparation for jobs as tool and die makers. This year, boys in Metal Shop built coat racks for use in the gym check rooms during basketball season. Drawing a bleacher layout, to use in planning reserve seating for basketball games, are Bob Brock, Mr. John Edwards, and Alan Foster in Mechanical Drawing class. Ronald Reevers feeds the press as Vern Hunter and Robert Duncan assist with the printing of Outside Reading Re- cord cards for the English Department. In Electric Shop, Jim Atkins works intently on a radio he is assembling as Sam Monroe stands by to lend a hand with the soldering iron. Boys in Wood Shop work up from small items, like the one Ronnie Rexrode is cutting, to making articles of fur- niture for their own use or for gifts. All -School Assembly Programs Add Color, Typical Home Room scene on Friday is faces buried deep in Boosters. Freshmen in Room 130 won The Ivian ' s " treat " by going over the top in Ivian sales. Home Room Period marks the first break in Man- ual ' s busy day. All of us attend Home Room for the recording of official attendance, filling out school record forms, and taking care of any other school routine matters that require attention. Public Ad- dress announcements at this time give information about activities going on that are of interest to all and notify us of club meetings and rehearsals. Oc- casionally, skits are broadcast after announcements by clubs or classes to publicize activities or cele- brate special days. It is during Home Room time that the Ivian agents sell subscriptions, and ticket sales are promoted. Friday is Booster day, and agents distribute copies of The Booster to all pupils and faculty members. Seniors attend Home Room in the Cafeteria, so they are all together once each day, making it possible to have call meetings and special announcements pertaining to them only. As part of The Ivian ' s annual sales campaign, an auditorium skit, patterned after the TV show " I ' ve Got A Secret, " gave a preview of the yearbook ' s contents. Variety to Our Education Interspersed throughout the year are auditorium programs of a cultural, educational, and entertain- ing nature. Because there are so many of us, the " auds " must be divided into two sessions, which come just before and after home-room period. Our " aud " programs kicked off with the annual Ivian show, featuring an ' Tve-Got-A-Secret " skit with a panel of experts and guests. Students discovered in the next " aud " that Manual is teeming with talent. Manualites danced, sang, tumbled, and joked to the delight of the audience in the Teepee Talent Parade. Other programs included a concert by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, two science shows demonstrating the latest techniques in the field of science, and the all-school Christmas pro- gram by the Music Department. When we get to- gether for a pep session, everyone goes to the gym for one program as we did for the big Sectional send-off. A Senior Anne Norcross told us of her visit to the U.N. as a member of the team from Indianapolis schools. VJ! ' I Linda Fritche, Steve Wright, Sandy White, Georgann Coldren, Merrilyn Lindley, Pat Stacy, and John Stafford broadcast a P. A. skit for Home Rooms. Conductor Izler Solomon and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra presented an hour-long concert for us. ROTC Cadets Serve, Parade For Manual Our ROTC grew so much this year that by second semester we were entitled to a full colonel as cadet commander. All cadets are in uniform on Thurs- day and Friday, and the six Honorary Cadets ro- tate the Friday duty of personal inspection of all " soldiers. " Uniformed cadets are on duty at all evening events at Manual, serving as guards, guides, and messengers. Our rifle team proved to be real sharpshooters, winning second place in city com- petition. Other special ROTC groups are the His- tory Club and the Drill Team. High spot of the year was the annual Military Ball on March 13. From a field of 14 candidates, a Queen of the Ball was chosen — Joan Scholl. Cadet Lt. Col. Gerald Peats and Honorary Lt. Col. June Kistler greet Gen. Theodore S. Riggs, who visited Manual in October on a routine inspection tour. Pfc. Phillip Bell, " Generals Aide, " marches with the Colo- nels in the Veteran ' s Day Parade. ROTC ' s from all city high schools participated in the colorful event. Senior Home Room takes on a party air on Senior Day because seniors are dressed up for the occasion, each wearing an Arm Band in senior colors Red and White. Seniors Strut, Portray Faculty on ' Big Days Felt arm bands, bearing a silk-screened design in class colors, have for 50 years been senior insignia on the traditional Senior Day. Designed this year by Vaughn Hickman, those for the class of ' 59 were Red and White. This is always a dress-up day for seniors. Class officers were installed during Home Room; and a fun session in the Cafeteria, including dancing and floor show by talented members of the class, climaxed the " big " day. During National Education Week, our second Student-Teacher Turn-About Day found selected seniors filling the roles of administrators, teachers, and other staff workers. Each student spent the day with his counterpart for a briefing on the duties of the job. The day ended with a Punch Party in the Alumni Room to which faculty members brought their " aides. " This annual project gives seniors a view of teaching from the other side of the desk. Vasco Walton, Ronnie Susemichel, Larry Henn, and Bob Duncan make up a quartet for Senior Day entertainment. Turn-About-Day Principal Keith Nave discusses a " mu- tual " problem with Principal C. Edgar Stahl. Vice-prin- cipal Bill Hair and Dean Linda Fritsche are kibitzers. ) 56 Speakers Make Opportunity Knock Men and women from Indiana Businesses, In- dustries, Colleges, and Universities were present at Manual ' s Opportunity Day on January 14. This is an annual career day for all students to help us choose our colleges and vocations. Careful plans were made for this day by the teachers and guests. It gives us the opportunity to investigate businesses and schools for our future plans. Many clubs of Indianapolis furnished the speakers. Some of the Clubs were Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis, Optimist, Business and Professional Women, Altrusa, and Soroptimist Service Clubs. The business personnel gave talks on such topics as the nature of the work, job development and opportunities, advantages and disadvantages. During the afternoon, the guests were served a luncheon by Boys Foods Classes and were taken on tours of the building and campus. Opportunity Day is a day which students at Manual look forward to each year. Speakers, attending a coffee hour, were served by a Girls Foods Class. Below, Don Talent and Jerry Yates, Boys Foods, serve lunch to guests in the Cafeteria. Mr. Victor McDowell and students Don Radish and Allen Ross accept an automatic steering unit from Mr. Ralph Cochran, Ford Motor Company, on Opportunity Day. J, 4 " School Hours Fill with Activities When 3:15 comes and classes are over, many of us find the most interesting part of the day just begin- ning. Conference period means club meetings, re- hearsals, and intramural sports. Teachers are avail- able to give extra help and counsel. Music rings from the south wing, and athletic teams practice in the gym or on field. Clicking typewriters in The Booster office mean busy staffers are getting another issue to press. This is the time of day that rounds out our programs. Visiting senior Jerry McClain is shown The Booster lay- out by Editor-in-Chief June Kistler and staff members Georgann Coldren, Carolyn Ibaugh, Jim Schulz, Carol Hoeping, and Sara Broz. Mr. Ben Parke, math instructor, smiles his approval as Bichard Bea explains a solid geometry problem to Charles Mercer, Karen Duke, and Oma Birl during the 10th-hour conference period. Mrs. Gertrude Hopper, Social Service, serves punch at a guest-meeting tea in the Alumni Boom after school. Mem- bers of the FTA, Muriel Huckaby, Sandra Bredy, and Gail Bay, assist. 15 Attendants Louise Holle, Karen McDonnell, Sharon Lahrman, and Phyllis Brehob, and Papoose Christine Schofield smile congratulations to new Queen Sonja Keating. Homecoming Spectacular Welcomes Grads One of the largest and most enthusiastic crowds ever was on hand at Delavan Smith Field for the annual Homecoming game, October 3. This crowd also witnessed exciting performances by each team. During the gala half-time ceremonies, the candi- dates were escorted around the field in colorfully decorated convertibles. Ron Miller and Sonja Keat- ing were announced King and Queen Manual VI by Principal C. Edgar Stahl and crowned by last year ' s royalty, Paul Frodge and Betty Shaner. This year the crown bearers were Christine Schofield and Jim Hamner, attired in Redskin costumes. An " Alumni Band " was a new attraction along with the usual snappy routines by our own band. Papoose Jim Hamner and Candidates Norman Weddle, Bill Hair, Dave Bichards, Max Moneyhan, and Bon Miller anxiously wait as Principal Stahl announces the new King. Wreathed in smiles, Homecoming King and Queen, Bon Miller and Sonja Keating, wave enthusiastically to the crowd, as they circle the field in a blue convertible. Fifth Kiwanis Trophy Proves Band ' Tops ' Manual ' s Marching Redskins did it again! For the fifth consecutive year, the Redskin Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. William D. Kleyla, won the Kiwanis " Best Band " award for the most out- standing marching band in Indianapolis. The trophy was presented at the Downtown Kiwanis Club ' s fifth annual city high school football awards ban- quet. Each year the Kiwanis Club awards a trophy to a city high school band for having presented the best half-time shows at its football games. Manual ' s band has won the award every year since Kiwanis started presenting it. Judges consider " discipline, on the field and in the stands, playing — tone, pitch, school song; marching, special maneuvers, enter- tainment value, general appearance, and original- ity " in making their decision. " Careful! That ' s my tail you ' re sewing, " cautions Steve Matthews, as Sharon Lahrman finishes his costume for the Manual-Shortridge football game. Decked out in crimson and blue uniforms, Manual ' s Marching Band, directed by Mr. William Kleyla, form a block " M " as they perfect a marching routine. 17 Harold Post, played by Steve Goad, is borne in triumph onto the stage after making his successful parachute jump. ' Up in the Air ' Go Musicians for Operetta Manual ' s Choir presented its annual operetta " Up in the Air " by Geoffrey Morgan, November 21. The story revolves around Harold Post, a timid young man, played by Steve Goad, who is in love with Betty Burbank, Rita Verhines. However, Betty ' s father is ambitious for her to marry a " strong and fearless man. " Consequently, Harold ' s conniving friend, Jim Carter, played by J Winckel- bach, devises a plan to make Harold look brave. His scheme to have a stunt man make a parachute jump for Harold fails, and Harold is forced to make the parachute jump himself. Harold comes through with flying colors, and Mr. Burbank gives him Betty ' s hand in marriage. ■ ' Jt ' ■ « . hM 1 M £ • Jon Morris sings " Heart of a Crimson Rose " to his sweet- heart, Becky Koenig, in " Up in the Air. " Jon Morris, Becky Koenig, J Winckelbach, Rita Verhines, and Steve Goad sang the leading roles in the operetta, " Up in the Air. " This musical provided good solo parts for several hopefuls. 18 Mask, Wig Stages Ever-Popular ' Our Town Mask and Wig, Manual ' s dramatic club, presented " Our Town " on December 10. The play takes place in a small town in New Hampshire called " Grovers Corners. " The history of the town and the lives of some of its most prominent citizens carry the theme " Life " in the play by Thornton Wilder. Tom Fink was the Stage Manager, and Janis Small and Wayne Mullen played Emily Webb and George Gibbs. Other leads were portrayed by Charles Shade, Evelyn Lowe, Norva Lintecum, and James Whitham. Mrs. Mildred Haskens, club sponsor, directed the play. A second major production, " I Remember Mama, " came on April 10. All ticket holders attended a dance in the Cafeteria after the performance. Cast as Katrina, the girl narrating the play, was Merrilyn Lindley. The other main characters were portrayed by Norva Lintecum, Larry Heacox, Tom Fink, Betty Green, Wayne Mullen, and Paula Williams. Simon Stimso n, portrayed by Jim Jones, as he conducts choir practice, says, " Soft! Get it out of your heads that music ' s only good when it ' s loud. " Emily, played by Janis Small, makes her way from the group of funeral mourners standing in the rain to her grave beside her mother-in-law (Evelyn Lowe). 19 Redskin Revue Runs Gamut from Nursery Hillbilly intermission act, featuring Sonja Keating, Judy Schoenherr, Linda Loeper, and Sharon Lahrman, cap- tured the trophy for best comedy team. Rollicking with music and mirth, the 1959 Redskin Revue, 30th annual student vaudeville, made its debut, March 1 9th for a two-night stand and played before large, enthusiastic audiences. Some 200 Manualites joined forces to produce four big acts which featured " South of the Border " by Mary Heichelbech and Charlotte McMurry; " Mother Goose of " 59 " by Donna Monroe and Becky Mitchell; " Dogface Soldier " by Carney Likens and Steve Matthews; and " On Stage " by Sharron and Jim Jones. Teeming with talent, participants in the revue danced mamboes and rock n rolls, vocalized in solos and choruses, and played solo and combo numbers. Manual ' s twelve-piece dance band pro- vided the musical background for 37 numbers in the four acts from the orchestra pit. Seniors Den- nis Jackson and Jackie Goad, student chairmen of the Redskin Revue, emceed the production. Win- ning poster design for the Revue belonged to Jackie Buzzaird while the program cover was designed by Marjorie Viehe. Chorus line from " On Stage " includes Bonnie Spreen, Mary Hawthorne, Barbara Emerich, Carla Biegel, Tommy Sue Janke, Sharon Jones, Carol Hoeping, Georgia Shaner, Sharon Scholl, Judy Crouch. Decked out in bright green costumes with top hats and canes, the girls tapped out a snappy routine. Rhymes, TV Show to Army Life, OF Mexico A small, but mighty Sergeant, J Winckelbach, shapes up his mirth- making privates, Ron Susemichel, Bob Walker, Larry Henn, Jon Mor- ris, Ed Gordon, Roger McVay, Den- nis Jackson, Agris Petersons, for inspection in comedy act " Dogface Soldier. " Individual awards went to Jon Morris, best performer, and Bob Walker, best comedian. Three little kittens, Becky Mitchell, Marilyn Burge, and Mary Lou Agan, swinging their pink-bowed tails, starred in " Mother Goose of ' 59. " Modernization of the familiar Mother Goose characters, including Jack and Jill, Little Bo Peep, and King Cole ' s Combo, into Rock ' n Roll hep- cats brought the best-act trophy to the cast. " South of the Border " featured a dashing matador, Roscoe Sturgeon, and ferocious bull, Jean Rowan, whose per- formance was greeted with cheers of " ole " by Mexican senors and senoritas. Also making appearances in the act were Zorro and his followers, Mexican Hat and Mambo dancers, and a Mexican guitarist. 21 We Help P-TA, Dads Club Meet Budgets Many of our parents who are active in the P-TA get busily involved in the big money making proj- ect in the spring. Last year called the " Hit Parade, " it is an evening of lots of fun for young and old, and it adds considerably to the organization ' s cof- fers. The annual features are the popularity contest, supper in the cafeteria, and many games and booths, topped off with a vaudeville show. Activities of the Dads Club include their concession stands at Delavan Smith Field during football season, and in the gym at basketball time. On February 14 an Italian Spaghetti Supper, prepared by Italian cooks from real Italian recipes, was a big hit with the more than 500 persons who en- thusiastically attended. Funds from these activities are used for various school needs. Our snappy band uniforms were pur- chased by these organizations, and our Redskin Bus was furnished by the P-TA. Funds are also provided to help students attend conventions and institutes. Above, Mr. J. Ray Johnson wins a cake in the " Cake Walk " at the Hit Parade. Below, Dick VanArsdale, bas- ketball player, tries his luck at a concession. Dads dished up the spaghetti for the many folks attending the " real " Italian Spaghetti Supper. Enjoying their meal is the Lindley family. Shall We Dance? We Manualites like to dance. Starting off the 1958- 59 season was " The Pigskin Prom, " honoring our " City Champs. " The annual " Pic Parade " featur- ing the crowning of King Ivan and Queen Ann, gave us a chance to exchange " chums. " Freshmen found old Santa guest of honor at the Freshman Christmas Dance. Starting the second semester off right was the Cherry Tree Hop, sponsored by Girls Glee Club. Throughout the basketball season, Stu- dent Affairs Board promoted after-game dances. The ROTCs Military Ball was March 13. Dances in the Cafeteria on both Junior Day and Senior Day provided perfect endings to " perfect days. " The Junior Prom was May 1 at Atherton Center, But- ler University, and the Senior Prom will end formal activities for the Class of ' 59. The Ivian tradition- ally makes its debut at the John Henry Hop. Not much dancing is done at this dance because every- one is busy autographing yearbooks. Ivian Editor Karen McDonnell poses with King Ivan, Steve Wright, and Queen Ann, Sharon Lahrman, after she crowned them at the " Pic Parade, " annual November dance at which The Ivian sells under-class pictures. Phyllis Brehob and Dennis Jackson are named " Martha " and " George " at the Girls Glee Club ' s " Cherry Tree Hop. President of Glee Club Sonja Keating officiates at the coronation of the winners at the " turn-about " dance. £•--! I ' II NATIONAL HONOR SQCIETY J ■» • 0%fya,(ti iat6 M ' (MCttcL 7 @lac ' Round the clock and ' round the year our co-curricular activities keep us busy and help us gain experience in leadership and respon- sibility. Club meetings, rehearsals, and social functions fill confer- ence periods on many days; and evenings often find Manual lighted up and teeming with life. Deserving students who have built up an accumulation of honor points from good grades and participation in school affairs are elected to honoraries. The epitome of such awards is membership in the EMTHS Chapter of National Honor Society. A: ' r 25 Roines President Steve Wright buttonholes Jerry McClain with his Roines eagle during initiation. ' Roines Initiates Top Flight Senior Boys Roines, Manual ' s senior honorary for boys, con- centrates on assisting underclassmen with their studies and helping freshmen adjust to high school. For their special project as service to Manual this year, the Roines boys set up a study hall for under- classmen. The idea of a study hall was initiated last year, and worked out so successfully that it was started again this year during the second six weeks. Every morning before school, one member was on hand to assist underclassmen with their problems. If the boys couldn ' t help the pupils, they referred them to some other authority who could. The main idea was to help them understand their assignments more thoroughly. At Christmas they built a huge evergreen wreath which they suspended over the windows above the main entrance of the building and lit up at night. ROINES— FRONT ROW: Jim Mahan, Dave Richards, Jon Morris, Dave Miller, Bill Willsey. SECOND ROW: Marvin Hyatt, John Stafford, Dennis Jackson, Alan Foster. THIRD ROW: Mr. Richard Blough, sponsor, Keith Nave, Ray Schultz, Steve Matthews, Ronnie Susemichel. 26 MASOMA— FRONT ROW: Brigette Kirstein, Barbara Hale, Pat Stacy, Phyllis Brehob, Linda Vehling, Margaret Hughes, Gloria Harvey, Gloria Hendricks, Becky Koenig. SECOND ROW: Miss Judy Rodman, sponsor, Georgann Col- dren, Charlotte McMurry, Mary Heichelbeck, Sandra Bredy, Kay Kleifgan, Karen McDonnell, Miss Elizabeth Goett, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Miriam St. Clair, Diana Hill, Mary Whitney, Sandra White, Elaine Schultz, Anne Norcross, Kay Bryant. FOURTH ROW: Linda Fritche, Arthena Smith, Jan Small, Jean Rowan, Jackie Goad. ' Masorn d Honors Leading Senior Girls Masomas serve. This is the purpose of the senior girls ' honorary organization. Theirs is the job of aiding teachers and showing the freshmen around Manual, helping them to feel more at home on that first day of the new semester. Masoma girls visit each freshman Home Room and inform the girls as to what Masoma stands for and the requirements for membership. Masomas also serve at athletic banquets and teas, and sponsor parties for freshmen girls. Different department heads are guest speak- ers to acquaint the girls with the varied activities and services offered at Manual. Afterward games are played and refreshments are served. As one of their special projects this year, the Masoma girls publicized Sectional sportsmanship by making posters and distributing them. Masomas Elaine Schultz and Becky Koenig instruct fresh- men girls on how to work their locker combinations. 27 Student Affairs Board Supports Activities Student Affairs Board, Manual ' s student council group, is composed of representatives from all four classes. Members are chiefly concerned with the welfare of the student body and act as a link be- tween the school administration and the students. Working closely with the Board is a council made up of one representative from each Home Room. This group helps the Board carry out its activities. Student Affairs Board regularly sponsors after- games and freshmen get-acquainted mixers. They worked together with Roines and Masoma in spon- soring the Pigskin Prom this year. The Board also supervises various all-school elections throughout the year. The group cooperated with The Booster in its safety campaign by setting up a police car- check. Special project again this year was an all- school Clean-Up Campaign. Crowning Steve Wright King Football at the Pigskin Prom is Becky Koenig, Masom a president, while Coach Noah Ellis, Emcee Steve Matthews, and Keith Nave look on. STUDENT AFFAIRS BOARD— SEATED: Nancy Ferguson, Phyllis Brehob, Elaine Stettler, Margie Hartley, Ray Schultz, Sandie Steele, Alan Foster, Steve Wright, Keith Nave. STANDING: Chuck Dennison, Ron Cooper, Lee Foster, Eugene Sims, Mr. John Patten, sponsor, Joe Gerber, John Stafford, Bonnie McKinney, Mr. John Edwards and Mrs. Rosemary Gate- wood, faculty representatives, Judy Norcross, Jay Varnehm. 28 NATIONAL THESPIANS: President Janis Small, Joann Scroll, Kay Kleifgen, Gloria Harvey, Carney Likens, Karin Dorn- feld, Gail Ray, Pat Vaught, Jon Morris, Linda Bulthaup, Helen Mobley, Jim Jones, Mr. Fred Bennett, sponsor, Norva Lintecum, Wayne Mullen. National Honor aries Cite Actors, Journalists Membership in National Thespians, honorary for students active in dramatics, is gained by an accu- mulation of points from public appearances, speak- ing, acting, or singing. Mr. Fred Bennett is sponsor of Manual ' s chapter, Number 1492, installed in 1955 during a state convention which met at Man- ual. Quill and Scroll is an international honor society for journalists who do outstanding work on school publications. To be eligible for membership, a stu- dent must be a junior or senior and have worked on a publication staff for at least a year. Manual ' s group, the Gretchen A. Kemp Chapter, is named for a former Publication Director, now a professor at Indiana University. Each year on English Hon- ors Day Quill and Scroll presents Journalism awards. QUILL SCROLL— SEATED: Al Ratz, Jim Schulz, Cookie Ibaugh, John Hershberger. STANDING: June Kistler, Georgann Coldren, Lanna Newman, Sharon Basey, Janis Small, Karen McDonnell. Helping alphabetize underclass pictures for the Ivian Staff are Cub Club members Claudia Dailey, Sue Stie- necker, Miss Patricia Boles, sponsor, Elsa Maschmeyer, Jane Graham, Sharon Chenoweth, Lynn Schreiber. Seated in the press box studying the actions of the team below is the Booster Sports Staff. They are Al Batz, Jim Schulz, Bill Bhode, J Winckelbach, and Bill Hair. Booster Office Hums With Activity All Day Manual ' s weekly newspaper, The Booster, consist- ently wins All-American honor rating from the National Scholastic Press Association and " Medal- ists " from the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- tion. The publications office is always ahum with the clatter of typewriters to keep our newspaper one of the " tops " in the nation. Included in special coverage of the year was the Safety Campaign, which The Booster sponsored for the second time. After taking sixth place in a national contest with last year ' s efforts, journalists this year had to come up with some really original ideas. A bumper strip in a red-printed Booster, a police car-safety check, and free brake adjustments by the auto shop were all a part of the campaign. Covering sports was especially exciting this year with our championship football team, our superb basketball season, and other sports highlights. Seniors with scholarships in mind found The Booster full of information about colleges, universities, and organizations of- fering grants. BOOSTEB STAFF— FRONT ROW: Alice Hughes, Dorothy Porter, Muriel Huckaby, John Hershberger, June Kistler, Georgann Coldren. SECOND ROW: Mervilyn Lindley, Norva Lintecum, Paula Williams, Judy Harris, Judy Kelley, Carol Hoeping, Brenda Jewell, Sharon Todd, Karin Dornfeld. THIRD ROW: Jan Small, Carolyn Ibaugh, Mary Hoeping, Cary- lon Pool, Kenny Scharfe, Steve Carmean, Miche!e Perkinson, Mary Winstead, Claudia Dailey. Lanna Newman, correspondent to the Teen Star, Norva Lintecum, correspondent to the Indianapolis Times, and Paula Williams, correspondent to the Indianapolis News, confer about news releases. News Goes to ' Press ' Getting the important Manual news to the three city newspapers is the job of the News Bureau. Each reporter is responsible in seeing that Manual is well represented " in print " in his assigned paper. Unusual academic activities, club meetings, and social events all are " news. " Manualites are " on the go " continuously so there is always a story. These special correspondents send in articles written by other students as well as by themselves. Conse- quently, Teen Star by-lines are won by other pub- lications staffers, and photographers Ronnie Cam- bridge and Bill Schmidt take pictures to illustrate these stories. Ivian Staff Works Year ' Round to Tell ' Story ' The yearbook staff is appointed a year in advance of the book ' s publication. Plans and layouts for the 1959 Ivian were started at Indiana University in summer of 1958. Several editors, along with the Booster staffers, attended the High School Jour- nalism Institute sessions for two weeks during July and August. An Auditorium is presented at the be- ginning of each Fall Semester to promote Ivian sales. After months of planning, taking and crop- ping hundreds of pictures, writing and rewriting copy to fit designated spaces, and working over lay- outs to tell the story of the school year, the ' 59 Ivian went to press in March. Yearbook staff ' s work ends with the annual John Henry Hop, this year on May 28, where subscribers pick up their books and spend a busy afternoon in the Cafeteria ex- changing autographs with their friends. Art Editor Margie Viehe explains the drawings she has finished for the ' 59 Ivian to yearbook staff members June Kistler, John Anderson, advertising manager; Jim Ham- ner, Al Ratz, and John Hershberger. Putting finishing touches on yearbook copy are staff mem- bers Bill Rhode, Sandie Steele, Karen McDonnell, editor- in-chief; Diana Hill, senior editor; and Ronnie Cambridge and Bill Schmidt, photographers. 31 RADIO CLUB— BACK ROW: Dale Smiley, Mrs. Mildred Haskens, sponsor, Robert Lloyd, Chuek Huppert, Mary Ella Beeman, Judy Harris. SECOND ROW: Mary Louise Barton, Karin Domfeld, Joann Scholl, Sue Ennis, Nancy Baird. FRONT ROW: Norva Lintecum, Carolyn Creasser, Bill Duncan, Jim Bedwell, and Sandy Bredy, program chairman, presides. Grease -Paint Addicts Fill Numerous ' Roles ' Manual pupils gain experience in " show business " by participating in plays and performances given by the school. Mask and Wig is the dramatics club which students may join at Manual. Various plays are produced throughout the school year. After one Mask and Wig play, a dance was held in the cafeteria. Behind all these performances is the Stage Crew. The members work with professional, modern equipment. These Manualites are the scen- ery makers, the electricians, and sound technicians of the programs. The Radio Speech Club broad- casts each morning before school over its own radio station, WMHS. Master technicians behind the scenes at the Redskin Revue performances are Jim Jones, who has just doused the house lights; Larry Jones, preparing to pull the curtains; and Dave Tepee, awaiting the cue that indicates the per- formers on stage are ready for the show to begin. Stage crew was busy weeks before the Revue constructing scenery. MASK WIG— FRONT ROW: Paula Williams, Sharon Sarkine, Karin Dornfeld, Judy Norcross, Pat Vaught, Gail Ray, Betty Green, Ruth Muir, Sharon Chenoweth, Judy R. Harris. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Mildred Haskens, sponsor, Norva Lintecum, Jo Anne Spears, Barbara Helm, Joann Scholl, Don Riggin, Pat Nixon, Dorothy McCollom, Kenneth Hutson, Evelyn Lowe, Cheryl Brizendine. THIRD ROW: Carla Riegel, Winefred Manwaring, Charles Shade, David Switzer, James Jones, Linda Bulthaup, Janis Small, Lynn Schreiber, Helen Mobley, Elsa Maschmeyer, Virginia Mae Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Ron Waugh, Wayne Mullen, Robert Duncan, Thomas Fink, Carney Likens, Larry Heacox, John Danek, Fred Kortepeter. Clubs Add Fun as Members Practice Studies Did you ever wonder if you ' d like to be a teacher? The Future Teachers of America Club provides students with the opportunity of learning what it ' s like on the opposite side of the desk. Activities are planned to acquaint members with prominent per- sons in the Indianapolis schools and with educa- tional requirements for teaching. Many sign up to be " cadet teachers " during their senior year. The two language clubs at Manual are the Spanish Club and the newly formed Latin Club. The annual Christmas party of the Spanish Club has a true Spanish atmosphere with a gift-bearing pinata. The Latin Club, sponsored by Mrs. Na ncy Mountjoy, investigate life in ancient Rome. These clubs aid in the study of these languages by giving a better pic- ture of their use and development and the people to which they are or have been native. Gail Ray, a member of FTA, cadet teaches in one of Mrs. Sondra Blau ' s English IV classes. As a cadet teacher, Gail is given an opportunity to " take over " the class, together with making out tests and grading themes. Junior Consul Wally Oliver " divides Gaul into three parts " for officers of the Olympian Council, our Latin Club, who are (seated) Sandra Hoffmann, Mary Heichelbech, and ( standing ) Janet Dell, and Jean Rowan. Preparing to break the gift-filled pinata, an old Spanish custom, are Spanish Club members Paula Carrier, Dianne Grubb, Bob Shade (pinata designer), Sharon Sarkine, and Carolyn Mudd at the club ' s Christmas party. 33 YMCA-Sponsored Groups Promote Friendship Hi-Y officers confer about plans for a coming meeting. Seated are John Garnet, treasurer; Steve Tressler, presi- dent. Standing are David Fagg, secretary; Jim Jones, vice- president; and Jerry Jensen, chaplain. Participating in the Model United Nations each spring are members of Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y, clubs affiliated with the YMCA. Students are registered as delegates from the member nations. They meet in regular UN sessions in the Legislative Chambers at the State House dressed in costumes appropriate to their " native lands. " Simulating United Nations business meetings, these delegates make speeches and debate current questions regarding our eco- nomic and foreign policies. The purpose of Manual ' s Y groups is to foster Christian living and promote friendship. The Tri- Hi-Y sells Manual derbies to Sectional-bound fans as a money-making project to help defray expenses for the Model United Nations. Y-Teens plan a money-making project to send a delegate to sum- mer camp at Merom Institute at Merom, Indiana. Last year, Darlena Wolf was sent to the camp on money made from a car wash, which the girls set up on a Saturday at a local filling station. Y-Teens have concentrated this year on helping Freshmen become adjusted to high school. Shown here are the of- ficers. Jackie Swatts, treasurer, Gwendolyn Swatts, presi- dent, and Jeannine Mailing, program chairman. Selling derbies to Sectional-bound Redskins are Tri-Hi-Y members Betty Lester, Merrilyn Lindley, Julia Walker, Sandra Lohman, and Wanda Bailey. The girls set up shop in the Cafeteria each lunch period during Sectional week. 34 Jr. Red Cross, FHA Learn While Serving Everyone at Manual can say he is a member of the Junior Red Cross as all students contribute when the drive for funds takes place. However, Manual has an active Junior Red Cross Club which partici- pates in the activities set up for such groups by the Indianapolis Red Cross Chapter. It is co-sponsored by Miss Virginia Edds and Miss Suzanne Barclay. One of its many interesting projects is the design- ing and making of table decorations for special occasion dinners at Veterans ' Hospital. To become a future homemaker is every girl ' s am- bition. Supplementing the wide range of Home Eco- nomics courses at Manual is Future Homemakers of America, sponsored by Mrs. Rovene Yeager. Their purpose is to learn better living habits in order to live better tomorrow and be better home- makers. Main projects for each club member are to improve herself socially and be of service to others. Junior Red Cross members Faye Taylor, Carolyn Maddox, and Diana Jordan put the finishing touches on table dec- orations for New Year ' s at the Veterans ' Hospital. --■T Having a tea in the Social Practice Room are members of the Future Homemakers of America Club. They are Carol Fuchs, Linda Claiborne, Caroline Moorhead, Charlene Hodges, Mrs. Rovene Yeager, sponsor, Gwendolyn Swatts, Donna Weid- ner, and Janet Carnes. Manual Songsters Enjoy Vocal Group Activities ENSEMBLE — FRONT ROW: Ann Stultz, Bonita Creager, Becky Koenig. SECOND ROW: Grace Schreiber, Jon Morris, Janis Small, Muriel Huckaby. THIRD ROW: Freddie Moore, Judy Palmer, Rex Anderson, Bob White- side, Louise Holle. FOURTH ROW: David Sprague, John Hershberger, Agris Petersons, Jerry Welsh, John Foster. Several musical opportunities are offered to Man- ual pupils who like to sing. The beginning student first takes chorus, and from there works up to one of the two main performing vocal groups, the Girls Glee Club or the Choir. Both organizations have smaller select groups, Ensemble from Choir and Glee-ettes from Glee Club, which perform for civic and school functions. The Glee Club sings for vari- ous school programs and annually gives a concert with the Band. One of the Glee-ettes ' top perform- ances was a parody on " Charley Brown " for the Booster ' s Safety Campaign Program. The Choir does an annual operetta and sings for Baccalau- reate. Both groups also appear on " Young America Sings " and contribute to the Christmas Caroling on Monument Circle during the Yule Season. CHOIR— FRONT ROW: Joyce Sullivan, Pat Vaught, Ann Stultz, Rita Verhines, Bob Wire, J Winckelbach, Tom Wheeler, Gary Wilkinson, Steve Goad, Rebecca Koenig, Carole Quattrocchi, Ruth White, Judy Norcross. SECOND ROW: Mr. Wendell Mertz, Freddie Mae Moore, Janis Small, Louise Holle, Wayne Mullen, Rex Anderson, Charles Dale, Richard Cuth- bertson, Willis Overton, Jon Morris, Thomas Cloyd, Marilyn Stroud, Thelma Sue Dick, Linda Loeper, Ruth Muir. T HIRD ROW: Rosemary Nerge, Donna Barker, Barbara Shoults, Linda Tomlinson, Harold Webb, Tom Lex, John Hershberger, Leon Hoover, Steve Brownlee, Bill Greene, Roscoe Sturgeon, Linda Bulthaup, June Kistler, Evelyn Lowe. FOURTH ROW: Bonita Creager, Grace Schreiber, Georgann Coldren, Viivi Uuk, Bob Whiteside, John Foster, Agris Petersons, Danny Radish, Jerry Peats, Dave Sprague, Jerry Welsh, Judy Palmer, Bonnie Spreen, Donna Brown, Muriel Huckaby, Beverly Brady. 36 GLEE CLUB— FRONT ROW: Karin Dornfeld, Donnetta Ritter, Saundra Kinman, Sandra Steele, Betty Green, Vivian Hendricks, Sonja Keating, Judith Hunley, Pat Thomas, Rebecca Koenig, Rita Perkinson, Brenda Ashley, Brigitte Kirstein, Gloria Hendricks, Barbara Downham, Carolyn Lucas, Jackie White. SECOND ROW: Freda Hart, Mary Creasey, Sara Walls, Barbara Hale, Phyllis Lynch, Charlene Chapman, Cheryl Brizendine, Vickie Jenkins, Judy Brandon, Carolyn Hulett, Nancy White, Roberta Glass, Anna Friedman, Norma Hendricks, Sharon Todd. THIRD ROW: Michele Perkinson, Sandie Abbott, Carole Archer, Nancy Ferguson, Margie Orrell, Betty Jones, Ada Westerfield, Nancy Shannon, Joann Scholl, Mari- lyn Burge, Linda Hansen, Sherry Braun, Norva Lintecum, Sandy Bredy, Jo Anne Spears, Judy Kinnaman, Carol Gobble. FOURTH ROW: Rita Boone, Carolyn Brewer, Virginia Mae Taylor, La Voy Freeman, Sharon Burgess, Mary Hawthorne, Susan Kahn, Kathryn Mac Kinnon, Janet Dell, Winnie Manwaring, Donna Monroe, Sue Ennis, Linda Kelley, Sondra Townsend, Jackie Massey, Sandy White, Carolyn Taylor, Carolyn Galyan. Girls Harmonize as Glee Club, Glee-ettes GLEE-ETTES — FRONT ROW: Sara Walls, Barbara Hale, Brigitte Kirstein, Gloria Hendricks, Becky Koenig, Donnetta Ritter, Judy Hun- ley, Barbara Downham, Sonja Keat- ing, Mary Creasey. SECOND ROW: Nancy Ferguson, Joann Scholl, Rita Boone, Carolyn Gob- ble, Phyllis Lynch, Carolyn Galyan, Norva Lintecum, Carolyn Taylor, Winnie Manwaring, Sondra Town- send. 37 DANCE BAND— FRONT ROW: Roderick Trague, Oma Birl, Jon Morris, Elaine Schultz, Charles Yeager. SEC- OND ROW: Jane Carter, Dave Richards, Dennis Jack- son, John Bennett, Wayne Niehaus, Terry McDonnell, Walt Hendricks, Mr. William Kleyla, Becky Koenig. Manual Band Plays For Concerts, Dances The Manual Band, under Director William Kleyla, performs for various school functions during the year. Outstanding half-time shows highlight the football games as the Redskin marchers show off their championship form. After a strenuous semes- ter of hard marching the Band turns to the concert side of playing. With 71 members comprising the concert band they give their annual concert, per- form at an all-school auditorium, and play in the ISMA all-state playing contest. While this is going on selected members of the Band give of their time in participating in the Dance Band and Pep Band. m r t BAND— FRONT ROW: Nancy Weddle, Donna Brant, Jeannie Chapell, Rebecca Koenig, Netia Royer, Bette Pierson, Nancy Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Oma Birl, Charles Yager, Marilyn Burge, Judy Crouch, Georgann Coldren, Marylin Evans, Jim Schulz, Judy Hoyt, Judith Hunley, Stephen Brownlee, Margie Orrell, Tom Wheeler, Nancy Day, Jack Simpson, Tom Schulz. THIRD ROW: Lydia Brasher, Carolyn Creasser, Linda Vehling, Janice Ryder, Martha Goode, Willis Over- ton, Mary Hawthorne, Elaine Schultz, Beverly Louks, Jon Morris, Roderic Trabue, Mary Lou Agan, Steve Richards, Mary Whitney, Tina Linz, Steve Boone, Edwin A. Schultz, Paul Goss, Jim Duncan, Dennis Jackson, Dave Richards, Jane Carter. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Stacy, Nancy Jenkins, Sharon Rash, Peggy Lory, Mary VanDeventer, Marianna Pierson, Jennie Perry, Pat Thomas, Fred Kortepeter, Larry Wood, Richard Listenberger, Charlie Wallace, Kenneth St. Clair, Walter Henricks, Louis Darko, Evelyn Lowe, Sam Monroe, Mike Pearce, Richard Lemme, Terry McDonnell, Jerry Isaacs, John Bennett, Dennie Moor e, Wayne INiehaus. A i I ffc fki vTO { K J fit, f i, Qj IHC TrW •]? TV ' W ' JTifclr % -V . $ tfEg) 38 ORCHESTRA— FRONT ROW: Anne Norcross, Gloria Harvey, Kay Kleifgen, Rita Roone, Sharon Hare, Ruth White, and Sandra Hoffmann. SECOND ROW: Judy Norcross, Ruth Muir, Violet Westerheld, Gloria Dewey, Pam Loeblin, Melony Doty, Nancy Ferguson, Oma Rirl, Patricia Stacy, Jeannie Chapell, Albert Verdouw, and Sue Sedam. THIRD ROW: Gwen- dolyn Holman, Agris Petersons, Jackie Hall, Sarah Kinnaman, Sue Stienecker, Steve Roone, Dave Richards, Jane Carter, Margie Orrell, Nancy Day, Jack Simpson, Steve Richards, Mary Whitney, John Rennett, Wayne Niehaus, Pat Nixon, and Mary Cromwell. FOURTH ROW: Patricia Hogue, Kay Poland, Larry Brown, Walter Henrich, Louis Darko, Henry Drahos, Lorene J. Moss, Shirley Holman, and Louetta Sobel. Orchestra ' Symphonizes with Classics Stringed instruments such as the cello, the bass, the viola, and the violin, which cannot be used in the Band, play an important part in Manual ' s Orches- tra. Shortly after school starts in the fall, the Or- chestra begins work on scores for the Operetta and becomes a " pit orchestra " for the occasion. With constant practice, perseverance, and the expert guidance of Miss Margaret Warner, Manual ' s Or- chestra members constantly improve. They have been rewarded for their hard work by winning a first division for the past two years in the Indianapolis Band and Orchestra Contest. Every year Indian- apolis elementary and secondary schools partici- pate in this event. The bands and orchestras are re- quired to play three selections, one of which is chosen by the musical authorities, and are judged . , ,. . jo jj Q lr ] s String Ensemble, Gloria Harvev, Anne Nor- on tone quality, intonation, blending, stage presen- crosS5 Kay Kleifger , 5 sharon Hare5 and Sandra Hoffman, tation, and bowing. pl ay f or manv outside school affairs. 39 Department Groups Put Learning to Use, Citizens League helps students become better informed on government and foreign policy. Shown here are Norva Lintecum and Elaine Mills (seated), Jim Jones, Mary Beeman, Paula Carrier, Ruthann Carrier, and Agris Peter- sons. Members of the Manual Citizens League, new this year, are interested in learning more about the func- tions of the government and the political scene. In November they visited the Beech Grove Magistrate Court to observe the questioning and sentencing of traffic violators. They also conducted an all-school election on regular election day for city, state, and national officers. In January they attended meetings of the Indiana State Legislature, accompanied by their sponsors, Mr. Roland Hawkins and Mr. John Krueger. The Industrial Arts Club is made up of boys who are Industrial Arts majors. Sponsored by Mr. Vic- tor McDowell, the club was responsible for selling the Manual plaques for cars. They, in cooperation with the Auto Shop, conducted our free brake ad- justments for the Booster Safety Campaign. They had planned to run the free brake adjustment serv- ice for one week, but so many requests were made that they ran over a second week. . , INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB — FRONT ROW: Paul Kortepeter, Chuck Wettrick, Mr. Victor Mc- Dowell, sponsor, Charles Creasser, Butch Bennett, Bob Morgan. BACK ROW: Bill Pickerel, Dan Radish, Fred Larmore, Jim Atkins. 40 Give ' Majors ' Extras There are those students who enjoy math. Sponsor of the Math Club, Mrs. Jennie Howe, always plans to have some sort of mathematical problem for the members to work on at each meeting over and above what they would get in class. The club made several field trips during the year to industries where math is a big factor, like RCA, Indiana Na- tional Bank, and Indianapolis Power and Light Company. Members of Manual ' s Science Honor Club, spon- sored by Mr. Robert Canner and Mr. Wayne Dun- bar, are interested in learning more space travel and nuclear energy. Mr. Robert Kryter, consulting engineer, spoke to them on " Rockets and Guided Missiles. " Members attended a discussion at the Indianapolis Public Library by scientists from local industries; their theme, " Nuclear Energy in Indi- anapolis. " Paula Williams explains a mathematical diagram to John Garnett, JoAnn Katau, and Jean Kottlowski. Mr. Robert Kryter, consulting engineer, speaks for the Science Club. Letter Winners ' Dress Up ' on Fridays LETTERMEN— FRONT ROW: Gary Rough, Joe Gerber, Rill Rloemker, Earl McCombs, Larry Hall, Larry Elslager, Nor- man Rullard, Lanny Gerber, Don Kleppe. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Wood, Dick Wallace, Marty Rarron, Larry Chastine, Jim Peters, Warren Wilhite, Dave Miller, Rill Hair, Ed Stiegelmeyer, Rill Willsey. THIRD ROW: Keith Nave, Charles Mercer, Steve Wright, Tom Hannon, Max Moneyhan, Dennis Jackson, Kenny Graves, Rob Rrock. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Noah Ellis, sponsor, Ray Schultz, John Stafford, Larry Short, Dick Foran, Alan Foster, Vasco Walton. ISO %KlN ' rft6tetic ' ottod 7 c @foc Throughout the school day " good sports " are to be found on the gym floor or field busily engaged in class activities; and our full pro- gram of varsity and intra-mural sports carries through the seasons. Cross country, wrestling, track, golf, and baseball provide after- school competition for boys of all sizes. Night football in the fall and basketball through the winter have a tremendous following of both student and adult fans, as many of our parents and alums join us in support of our rugged Redskins. And what a year this has been! 43 Gym ' Rocks ' Round the Clock ' with Activity Boys enrolled in gym classes often engage in a fast game of basketball, which helps to develop group and team spirit. Mr. Alvin Romeiser, boys ' gym instructor, includes calisthenics in his physical and mental health program to help build strong bodies. 44 Boys ' , Girls ' Classes Meet Throughout the Day During the school day our large gym is divided by a wood partition, which folds back accordion-style into the wall for basketball games. West end is for boys gym classes and east end, for girls. Boys enrolled in gym have a chance to try for the Decathlon award. They receive points from mas- tering such things as skills on apparatus, coordina- tion in exercises, and proficiency in sports. Boys after-school intra-murals, basketball, and bowling, are sponsored by Mr. Gene Harvey. Directed by Miss Theo Parr and Miss Elena Rag- lin, girls ' activities run with the seasons — outdoors in the fall for kickball, inside for exercises during the winter, and out again for softball come spring. Girls ' many intra-murals are continuous. Following the Hoola-Hoop craze are Barbara Weddle, Sandy Church, Julia McGraw, and Frances Neal. Taking advantage of an Indian summer day, Miss Parr referees a game of kickball on the practice field for a gym class. Harriers Hurry for 8-4 Season, New Record Set Manual ' s varsity thinly clads ended their season with an 8-4 record, and placed 1 1th in the South Grove Sectional. Senior Larry Chastain set a new school record of 10:51, bettering Bob Snoddy ' s time from the year before of 10:52. After the first two meets the harriers were 3-3, losing to South- port and to North Central twice, while downing Washington, Lawrence Central, and Broad Ripple. Harriers jumped their record to 5-3 downing Mar- tinsville and Vincennes, the scores being 25-40-68, respectively. Running on the home course, the varsity defeated Cathedral and Wood for a 7-3 stand. Manual then placed third in the Columbus Invitational and ninth in the Howe meet. In the City meet, which was held at South Grove, the harriers placed fourth. In the final week of action, they defeated Warren Central 1 7-46, and fell to Howe 21-34. Manual ' s reserve harriers won the City meet this year led by Bob Howell. Bob ' s fifth place finish earned him a medal. VARSITY TWO-MILERS— who placed fourth in the city meet are (left to right) Ed Zaenglein, Marty Baron, Louie Trefry, Larry Chastain, Larry Elslager, Charles Mercer, and Tom Hannon. CROSS COUNTRY— FRONT ROW: Larry Orrell, Steve Goad, Jim Hamner, Steve Hollcraft, Mark Williams. SECOND ROW: Student Manager Al Pittman, Ed Zaenglein, Dave Switzer, Jerry Schnitzius, Martv Baron, Larry Chastain, Louie Trefry, Chuck Creasey, and Coach Jack Foster. THIRD ROW: Bob Howell, Bill Borden, Carl Abbott, Bob Starnes, Lee Foster, Pete Pedersen, Kenny Aldrich, Larry Elslager, Charles Mercer, and Tom Hannon. WRESTLERS— FRONT ROW: David Switzer, Manager, Joe Gerber, Larry Calvert, Rill Andrews, Marty Raron, Ron Curren, Ray Rrunnemer, Tom Morwick, Coach Jack Johns, Coach Jack Foster. SECOND ROW: Roger Wright, John Stafford, Ken Graves, Lanny Gerber, Dave Miller, Larry Shaner, Rockie Curren, Allen Mavity. THIRD ROW: Rex Anderson, Mike Pearce, Ag ris Petersons, Eugene Sims, Paul Goss, Richard Cochran, Ray Childers, Jim Privette, Richard Cummings. FOURTH ROW: John Anderson, Carl Abbott, Ed Zaenglein, Gary Rough, Dave Weiler, Herb Lepper, Robert Howell, Ed Damrell, Mike Wiley, Dave Roll. Grapplers, Seventh in State, as Andrews Stars The grapplers of Manual closed out a successful season with a 7-5 record. The ' Skins placed third in the City, led by Bill Andrews, Jim Wray, and Ken Graves, who won in the 127-pound, 145- pound, and 175-pound divisions, respectively. Bill Andrews won the State at 127 pounds, pinning Bob Bowen of Richmond. This makes Bill a three- time state champion, the only boy in the records to have accomplished this feat. Jim Mahan placed fourth to give Manual a 7th-place finish. Manual placed second to Washington in the Sec- tional with a score of 75. Six members qualified for the Regionals, of which two competed in the State. Manual copped fifth position. Jim Wray, who took the city meet at 145 pounds, shows the form and determination which won him this title. Bill Andrews, three times state champion, knows each move he is about to make as his expression shows. VARSITY TRACK— FRONT ROW: Student Managers Bill Bloemker, Warren Wilhite, Al Pitman, and Roger Wright. SECOND ROW: Fred Clossey, Larry Shaner, Gary Bough, Marty Baron, Ed Zaenglein, Lanny Gerber, Leon Harris, Larry Chastain, Larry Elslager, Jim Mahan, John Higgins, Bob Snoddy. THIRD ROW: Coach " Mo " Moriarty, Eddie Tucker, Charles Mercer, Max Moneyhan, Bob Starnes, Montell Johnson, Ken Graves, Al Foster, Bill Willsey, Bob Flake, Chuck De Rolf, Larry Hamner. FOURTH ROW: Coach Lou Parnell, Jim Kautsky, Ervin Bultman, Nick Scheib, Ron Miller, Dick Foran, Ray Schultz, Don Kerner, John Stafford, Allen Mavity, Coach Noah Ellis. Manual ' s varsity ovalmen turned in a record of 9-6 for the ' 58 spring season competition. Besides placing third out of 22 teams in the Washington division of the Sectional, the ' Skins reserved an eleventh place in the Regional. Coach Francis Moriarty ' s varsity trackmen broke five records last season, two of which were all time records. Erv Bultman ' s high jump mark of 6 ' 1 i " was tops and the 880 relay team of Larry Hamner, Charles Derolf, Alan Foster, and Leon Harris, scored with a time of 1:35.6. The other three records were turned in by Ken Graves in the shot, pushing a 48 ' 11 1 V mark; Larry Hamner in the low hurdles, 21.4; and Montell Johnson in the pole vault, airing an 1 1 ' 3 " impression. Ken Graves, Manual ' s shot put champ, exhibits form which won him a Sectional title with a heave of 48-11%. Alan Foster gave Manual a good one-two punch in the 100 yard, 200 yard dashes, and the half-mile relay. 48 Trackmen Pile Up Five New Marks ;Frosh ' Tops ' In the running events, Manual ' s best were turned in by Bob Snoddy and Larry Chastain in the 880, 2:07.2; Leon Harris, a 23 flat in the 220; and Larry Hamner, 16.6 in the high hurdles. The mile relay team — Bill Willsey, Charles Mercer, Bob Snoddy, and Larry Chastain — turned in the Redskins ' best time of 3:49.7. Charles Derolf broad-jumped 20 ' for the ovalmen ' s best in the field events. In the Sectional, the ' Skins placed Ken Graves and John Stafford in the shot; Derolf, Hamner, Foster, and Harris in the half-mile relay; and Montell Johnson in the pole vault, resulting in Manual ' s winning third. Besides placing high in the Sectional and Regional, shot-putter Ken Graves earned a third place in the State meet. Coach Noah Ellis ' frosh were unbeaten in track last season. They owned an 8-0 record, besides capturing the City title. Montell Johnson clears the bar at 11-3, tops in the pole vault division, to win the city championship. FRESHMEN TRACK— FRONT ROW: Chuck Creasey, Bob Skaggs, Roy McCubbins, Billy Snead, Eldon McKinney, Larry Sexton, Jim Peters, Dick Cochran, Coach Noah Ellis. SECOND ROW: Leon Harris, Richard Cummings, Jim Cummings, Dave Scheib, Frank Minardo, Darrell Davis, Merrix Wilson, Norman Bullard. THIRD ROW: Coach Francis Moriarty, Coach Lou Parnell, Joe Cummins, Dick Van Arsdale, Tom Van Arsdale, Larry Short, Richard Boar- man, Robert Howell. « s , Rainy Days Slow Diamond Play to 7-8 Season Coach Woody McBride ' s ' 58 diamondmen wound up the season with an impressive 7-8 record. The first few weeks of the baseballers ' season had the Redskins owning a string of six wins and only three defeats and in contention for the city title. Due to postponements forced on by rain, the squad played its last six games in one week. Of the six clashes, Manual lost five straight matches to Sce- cina. Broad Ripple, North Central, and two to Howe. In the final game. Manual added the sev- enth win of the season by downing the Continentals of Washington. Decisive victories for Manual were over Warren Central, 5-2; Sacred Heart, 9-3; Crispus Attucks, 17-8; and Southport, 5-1. The offensive half of our diamondmen showed Steve Wright and Norm Weddle topping the list for batting power. The ' Skins attempted 48 stolen bases and were successful in 43, with Dave Miller considered one of the finest base runners in the city. Vasco Walton hit the only homer of the year, as Manual downed Southport for the fourth win of the season. Steve Wright at the pitchers mound was the leading hurler for the Redskins, winning six and losing four games. Key fielders for the ' Skins were Bill Hair, Ron Wood, and Dave Richards. VARSITY BASEBALL— FRONT ROW: Jim Mahan, Larry Henn, Paul Schoch, Vasco Walton, Dave Enright, Bill Hair, Roland Hankins. SECOND ROW: Coach Woody McBride, Ron Wood, Norman Weddle, Marvin Hyatt, Bob Klein, Dave Miller, Student Manager Steve Thomas. THIRD ROW: Bob Brock, Jim Davis, Steve Wright, Ben Townsend. 50 RESERVE RASER ALL— FRONT ROW: Dave Green, Paul Goss, James Privette, Larry Hall, Kenny Yarber, Pete Peder- son, Ron Collins, Larry Shaner. SECOND ROW: Coach Dick Cummins, Armen Cobb, Dave Scheib, Ed Stiegelmeyer, Jim Cummings, Norman Rullard, John Anderson, James Cook. THIRD ROW: Tom Van Arsdale, Ernie Wilson, Lee Foster, Dick Van Arsdale, Frank Minardo. Eight Returnee Golfers Bolster Team Manual golfers, tutored by Coach Oral Bridgford, ended the fall season with a 2-1 record and a sev- enth place showing in the City-County Fall Golf Tourney at the Riverside Golf Course. Junior Dick Lucas and Senior Morrie Metzger posted season lows in this meet with 77 and 78, respec- tively. In last spring ' s action the golfers supported a respectable 1 0-6 showing. They missed the state finals by only nine strokes, and placed 1 1th in the Sectionals at the Coffin Golf Course. Joe Bailey paced the teemen in this meet with a 77 and Metzger posted a 79. Having lost only one boy from last year ' s squad, Bailey, who was, however, the best golfer on the team, hopes of improving last year ' s record look good. Members back from last year ' s squad are: Metzger, Lucas, Jerry Towe, John Most, Dave Moore, Steve Hoffman, Jim Roberson, and Don Riggin. GOLF TEAM— FRONT ROW: Terry McDonnell, Don Riggin, Dave Moore. RACK ROW: Mau- rice Metzger, Jerry Towe, John Most, Coach Oral Rridgford, Dick Lucas, Jim Roberson, Steve Hoffman. ' Marvelous Manual, ' as Reporters Dubbed Us, | This was truly Manual ' s year on the Indianapolis High School gridiron! Manual ' s Redskins domi- nated all statistics as they compiled a 10-0 record. The ' Skins won the City Championship, defeating Cathedral ' s Irish 35-0, in the final game of the sea- son. After the game a huge bonfire on the practice field east of the parking lot honored our great team and our coaches. Boss Noah Ellis, and Assistants Jack Johns and " Mo " Moriarty. Several sports- writers named Manual as " state title holder. " Manual far exceeded the old record of 314 points held by Washington, as they exploded for 442 dur- ing this year ' s campaign. Manual ' s Quarterback Steve Wright threw 21 touchdown passes for an- other record. He completed 53 of 90 for 889 yards, and a 65 % average. Manual had the city ' s two lead- ing scorers in Leon Harris with 1 24 points and Dave Miller with 109. Nine members of the team gained berths on the Indianapolis Newspapers ' All-City Teams, the most any school has ever had. ' Skins on the teams include Steve Wright, Dave Miller, Alan Foster, Leon Harris, Keith Nave, John Stafford, Jim Mahan, Dennis Jackson, and Ray Schultz. Also gaining Ail-American recognition were John Staf- ford, and Steve Wright. Steve was voted Manual ' s most valuable player. Manual started the season off with a smashing vic- tory over Sacred Heart 61-6. The Redskin ' s avenged last years 12-0 loss to Washington by downing the Continentals 55-0. Manual showed that they were really the team to beat as the Red- skin Express traveled to the Tech field to play Howe, which was added to the long line of scalps 26-0. The Redmen out-hustled Warren Central 42-0. VARSITY FOOTBALL— FRONT ROW: Larry Short, Dave Scheib, Butch Kleppe, Dick Wallace, Lanny Gerber, Larry Hall. SECOND ROW: Coach Mo Moriarty, Jim Wray, Alan Foster, Dave Miller, Dennis Jackson, John Stafford, Vasco Walton, Ken Graves, Steve Wright, Coach Noah Ellis. THIRD ROW: Athletic Director Harry Thomas, Coach Lou Par- nell, Leon Harris, Jim Mahan, Allen Mavity, Ray Schultz, Dick Foran, Keith Nave, Rex Price, Ron Sanders, Bill Willsey, Earl McCombs, Principal Edgar Stahl, Coach Jack Johns. Managers were Bill Bloemker, Jerry Jensen, Wesley Wilhite. 52 Wins City Title, Shatters All Records The home crowd fans, which numbered 8,000 for Homecoming, saw Manual roll up a 26-12 victory over Southport, our arch rival from the South. Southport was undefeated in its previous five games. Ben Davis was no match for the talented gridders from Manual as they were dropped by the Ellismen 68-7. After sending the Rockets from Ripple to the moon 54-7, Manual romped over our oldest rival, Shortridge, 34-0. Another overflow crowd exceeding 7,000 saw the ' Skins roll over previously unbeaten Huntington, 41-6. The final game of the season brought Manual its City Title as we dumped Cathedral 35-0, at the CYO field. Student fans who went to the game by chartered bus, really let Indianapolis know we had won as we returned ' cross town to our victory celebration. Flames crackled to match the spirit of the Redskin fans at the big bonfire the night we took " the City. " AH-City End Keith Nave pulls an aerial down for another first and ten for the Redskins. Ray Schultz, another all-city end, catches one of Steve Wright ' s touchdown passes for six points. Steve was the all-city quarterback. 53 Record Stands Out as Ail-Time Best I Manual Opponent Losing ten of eleven starters from this year ' s squad will present Coach Noah Ellis with quite a rebuild- ,j! cr f. ed ing job. It ' s dreaming a bit to hope for such a won- 55 Washington ° ; . ° r 26 Howe derful team again next year. But with such stand- 42 Warren Central outs as " Butch " Kleppe and Dick Foran on defense 26 Southport 12 and backs like Norm Bullard and Dave Scheib, our 68 Ben Davis 7 chances to repeat as City Champion seem mighty r ,, roa . , ippe good. It would be hard to predict the future, so 34 Shortndge ,„ . . , , 41 Huntington 6 we " J ust wait anc see wrm t next season has in store 35 Cathedral for US. Steve Wright connects to Ray Schultz for a sizable gain, as the Manual front line stymies would-be Shortridge tacklers. Leon Harris, power-packed halfback, grinds out the extra Al Foster, all-city fullback, plunges through the line yardage needed for a sustained downfield drive. getting a first and ten against the Blue Devils. 54 RESERVE FOOTRALL— FRONT ROW: Norman Rullard, Scott Hoereth, Ron Curren, Ron Collins. SECOND ROW: Joe Gerber, Rocke Curren, Larry Shaner, Eugene Sims, Richard Cummings, Roger Wright, Jim Peters, Roy McCubbins. RACK ROW: Coach Jack Johns, Mike White, Joe Cummins, Ed Stiegelmeyer, Larry Short, Wes Lance, Lester Som- mers, Dave Scheib. Young ' Skins Show Promise for Bright Future Under the guidance of Coach Jack Johns, Manual ' s talented reserves finished their season with a fine 4-2 record. Even though this did not win them the city title, they still downed some big teams and showed strength. With the quarterbacking of Dave Scheib and a fine backfield, these gridders will pro- vide Coach Ellis with some fine new material for 1959. Manual ' s freshman football team, under the direc- tion of Coach Lou Parnell, ended the season with a split-even 4-4 record. Although not as successful as freshman teams in the past, this crop of " frosh " showed signs of real talent in downing some tough schools. Chuck Dennison, Dale Johnson, Ron Stacy, Jim Wheeler, and Dave Whitson made up a strong backfield. FRESHMAN FOOTRALL— FRONT ROW: Larry Shingleton, Ron Stacy, Jim Long, Dale Weiler, J Winckelbach, Tim Hickey, Steve Jewell, Terry Royer, Ron Payne, student manager. SECOND ROW: Wiley Embry, Terry Hannon, Dave Whitson, Jim Wheeler, Tom Cloyd, Rob Houston, Jim Adams, Steve Cummings, Frank Speziale, Herb Lepper. RACK ROW: Coach Lou Parnell, Ken Claiborne, Mike Foley, Rex Anderson, Chuck Creaser, Jerry Cummins, Jim Easterly, Chuck Dennison, Rob Iverson, Denny Drinkwine. Cheer Squads Back Teams with Enthusiasm VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Seniors on the squad were Sonja Keating and Judy Schoenherr. Juniors, Alan Hede- gard, Cookie Ibaugh, and Sandie Steele. Yellsters led cheers and brought enthusiasm to all athletic contests. During both football and basketball seasons, Man- ual ' s cheerleaders are always busy. They, along with the Band, Pep Band, and Pep Club, help boost the team and rouse the spectators ' interest in the stadium or gym. Manual cheersters are chosen in the spring and practice throughout the summer and following year. Cheerleaders are judged by ap- pearance, personality, and ability to perform. Much thought, planning, and practicing go into preparations for the two seasons ' games and pep sessions. The reserve and varsity squads and Spon- sor Mrs. Thelma Morgan attended a n annual cheer- leading conference at Indiana University last fall. The freshman, reserve, and varsity cheerleaders are honored, along with the teams, at the all-sports banquet and on Athletic Awards Day. FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS — Rack row, Jackie Hall, De Lee Eader, Tommy Sue Janke, Joan Toenjes, Mary Cromwell, Pat Oliver. Kneeling, Steve Sudler, Dennis Rockwell. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS— Sherry Rraun, Jan Stephenson, Gloria Coverstone, Roberta Perkins, and Linda Hansen. Reserves helped out at many football games. VARSITY BASKETBALL— FRONT ROW: Student Manager Bill Bloemker. SECOND ROW: Roger Wood, Jim Cum- mings, Vasco Walton, Alan Foster, Steve Wright, and Ron Wood. THIRD ROW: Student Manager Ronald Collins, Coach Dick Cummins, Dick Van Arsdale, Ron Miller, Dick Foran, Tom Van Arsdale, Ray Schultz, Keith Nave, and Student Manager Jerry Jensen. ' Big ' Redskins Thrill Fans with 17 Wins Redskin ro undballers, under Coach Dick Cum- mins, compiled their " best " all-time record winning 17 of 23 contests. Starting off with two wins over Cathedral and Sacred Heart and a loss to Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, the ' Skins then took a double overtime from Ben Davis, 49-47, giving Manual fans a preview of the exciting season ahead. After traveling to New Albany to chalk up a victory, the Redskins downed Howe in the first game of the City Tourney. The Cumminsmen then ran into 3rd-ranked Shortridge, and although they fought it all the way, they lost in the final seconds 45-43. Bright spot for us came when Ron Miller and Tom and Dick Van Arsdale made the Indianapolis papers ' All-City Tourney teams. After a short holi- day the Redmen launched Broad Ripple ' s Rockets but were downed by a slim four point margin by the Attucks Tigers. Downing Columbus the ' Skins were then upset by Tech. Ray Schultz snags a rebound from the Greenfield Tigers as Dick Van Arsdale and Ron Miller wait to help. Down Short ridge, ' Team to Be at for High Spot An eight game winning streak saw Washington, North Central, Greenfield, Wood, Warren Central, Shortridge, Howe, and Scecina lose their scalps to the Redskins. Downing Shortridge was a high spot of the season. The team went all out in winning, 60-58. Regular games ended with a disappointing 55-51 loss to rival Southport. The ' Skins were fa- vorites in the newly created Southport Sectional and lived up to expectations their first two games trouncing Beech Grove and Fortville. Then a damper was put on planned celebrations as South- port sneaked by in a 43-41 overtime victory. Coach Woody McBride ' s reserve team showed promise for the future, chalking up a 15-4 season record. Larry Short and Jim Cummings were regis- tered as reserves for the Sectional. The B ' s only defeats came at the hands of Terre Haute Gerst- meyer, Ben Davis, New Albany, and Broad Ripple. After the loss to Broad Ripple in the City Tourney the reserves went on to finish the season, winning 1 3 games. The Freshmen basketball team also turned in a winning season with a 9-5 mark. Coach Harold Bennett had one of the hottest freshmen in town in little Leon Carter who carried a 16-point average. Dick Van Arsdale goes up and over the crowd, scoring a two-pointer against Scecina ' s Crusaders. Keith Nave and Dick Van Arsdale jump high to try the tip-in as Dick Foran waits a possible rebound. 58 RESERVE BASKETBALL— FRONT ROW: Jim Cummings, Armen Cobb, Don Kleppe, Bill Snead, Steve Smith, and Norman Bullard. SECOND ROW: Frank Minardo, Lee Foster, Ernie Wilson, Joe Cummins, Dave Scheib, and Ed Stiegelmeyer. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL— FRONT ROW: Jim Hamner. SECOND ROW: Jim Adams, Tom Schulz, Steve Cum- mins, Frank Speziale, Ronald Cooper, Jim Wheeler, Terry Boyer, Leon Carter, and Dave Whitson. THIRD ROW: Student Manager Bill Todd, Chuck Dennison, Rex Hedegard, Kenny Aldrich, Jerry Cummins, Ray Swinford, Wiley Embry, Mark Zaenglein, and Coach Harold Bennett. Here ' s Proof of 23 Good Basketball Games Manual Opponent 71 Cathedral 46 W ' fi ' J ' ; ' ; - 52 Gerstmeyer 53 70 Sacred Heart 59 , 49 Ben Davis (double overtime) 47 56 New Albany 54 59 Howe ( city tourney ) 46 43 Shortridge (city tourney) 45 ' iflfc» 73 Broad Ripple 50 i ffla C 61 Crispus Attucks 65 66 Columbus 60 62 Tech 70 ,.—, M. ' ' EL YWb ' ' ■ ' ■! 55 Washington 54 s « - « T l Iter. » 68 North Central 63 62 Greenfield 42 86 Harry E. Wood 44 r 1 MlJ " " WJF Mf " ' 65 Warren Central 57 60 Shortridge 58 64 Howe 55 b fl 86 Scecina 58 51 Southport 55 72 Beech Grove (sectional) 33 65 Fortville (sectional) 45 Ron Wood scores on the fast break with Ray Schultz and 41 Southport (sectional — overtime) 43 Alan Foster right there to help. Dick Van Arsdale and Ron Miller team up to take the rebound off to brother Tom against Scecina. Tom Van Arsdale goes over the defense to score on a jump shot as Ray Schu!tz and Dick Van wait to rebound. ' All the Comforts of Home ' — Food , No Wraps Services to basketball fans were performed by the Dads Club and the Band with their refreshment stand and coat check rooms. Mr. George Coldren sells food to hungry Redskins, and Becky Koenig, Jeannie Chappel, and Lydia Brasher man the check room. Just before the end of each reserve game, the Pep Band ran around the floor to take seats reserved for them in the section next to the Pep Club. Dressed in white shirts, dark trousers, and bright red caps, they stirred up plenty of enthusiasm with their gay music and tomtom rhythms. They also added their lusty voices and drums to many of the Pep Club ' s routines. w JL a i H fek. ytf -•» «? ; - t f " MtaetuaUteb ' outtd 7 c @toc Since we spend many of our waking hours right here at Manual, many of our fellow students and teachers become our best pals or friends. It ' s nice to have pictures of our friends and daily compan- ions, we may even feel at times " fellow-sufferers, " to dream over during spare time. And in years to come, ' twill be good to look back on this album section of the 1959 Ivian to recall good times and cherished friendships. Students passed the 1850 mark this year, and faculty numbered more than a hundred. Quite a family! 63 9 Principal C. Edgar Stahl confers with his secretary Mrs. Mary J. Spiegel in his office. Mrs. Spiegel has been " girl Friday " to Manual principals since 1915. Classes, Conferences Keep Teachers on the Go The Man of the Hour, at least during football season, Coach Noah Ellis strikes a familiar pose as he yells the winning Manual football team on to another victory. Time goes fast for our faculty because they are al- ways on the go. Each of our 1 02 teachers has classes to prepare for, homework to grade, as well as out- side " lives ' " and activities. Sponsoring clubs, counseling students, giving extra help during conference period, and attending de- partmental meetings, school productions, and school social functions are activities that fill nu- merous hours for teachers. Many guide practice teachers from various Indiana colleges, work with our own cadet teachers, and put up with unpre- pared lessons but still keep their equilibrium. The Redskin Revue took up extra time for Mr. Wayne Dunbar, Miss Delinda Reeves, Mr. Roland Hawkins, Miss Phyllis Greve, Miss Judy Rodman, Mr. John Krueger, Mr. Millard Arnold, and Miss Kathy Weiland, who were faculty act sponsors. Faculty Mr. C. Edgar Stahl— BA, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; Principal. Mr. Leslie B. Maxwell — BA, University of Illi- nois; MA, Butler University; Vice-principal. Mr. Noble H. Poole— BS, MA, Ohio State Uni- versity; Vice-principal. Mr. Fred Ahlemeyer — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; Mathematics. Mrs. Barbara B. Anderson — BA, Earlham Col- lege; Home Economics. Mr. Millard H. Arnold — BA, Butler University; Spanish; French; Spanish Club Sponsor. Mr. Ray Ashley— BA, MA, Ball State College; Business Education. Miss Suzanne Barclay — BS, Indiana University; English; Junior Red Cross Sponsor. Miss Patricia Barnes — BA, DePauw University; English; Pep Club Sponsor. Mr. Fred J. Bennett — BA, Butler University; English; National Thespian Sponsor; Radio Club Co-Sponsor. Mr. Harold E. Bennett— BS, Butler University; Science; Freshman Basketball Coach; Assistant Football Coach. Mrs. Coral T. Black— BS, MA, Columbia Uni- versity; Social Studies. Mrs. Sondra Blau — BA, New York Stat e College for Teachers; English. Mr. Richard Blough — BS, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; English; Head, English- Language Department; Roines Sponsor. Mr. Harold G. Boese— PhB, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin; Science. Miss Patricia Boles — BS, Ball State Teachers College; English; Cub Club Sponsor; Asst. in Publications. Mrs. Rachel Booker — BA, Marian College; Span- ish; Spanish Club Sponsor. Mr. Oral Bridgford — BS, MS, Indiana Univer- sity; Head, Physical Education, Health, Driver Education Department; Golf Coach. Mr. Roy L. Calder— BS, MA, Ball State Teach- ers College; Business Education; Hi-Y Sponsor. Mrs. Charlotte N. Camfield— BS, Indiana Uni- versity; Business Education. Mr. Robert M. Canner— BS, MS, Butler Univer- sity; Science; Mathematics; Honor Science Club Sponsor; Public Address Club Sponsor. Mrs. Rosemary Carpenter — BS, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Manual 8th Grade, Social Studies, Eng- lish; Grammarettes Sponsor. Mr. John Ciochina — BS, MS, Indiana University; Mathematics. Mr. Robert W. Crawford— BSC, Ohio State Uni- versity; MSC, Butler University; Fine Arts; Art Club Sponsor. Mr. Harley G. Crouch — BA. Indiana University; Manual 8th Grade; Mathematics; Science. Mrs. Janice Cummer — BS, University of Wiscon- sin; Home Economics. Mr. Richard C. Cummins — BA, Franklin Col- lege; MS, Butler University; Science; Varsity Basketball Coach; Reserve Baseball Coach. 65 = Mr. Oran Davis — BA, BS, Indiana University; Head, Art Department. Miss Gladys A. Denney — BA, MA, John Herron Art School; Fine Arts; Art Production. Mr. Wayne E. Dunbar — BA, Franklin College; Science; Honor Science Club Sponsor. Miss Virginia R. Edds — R. N. Union Hospital School of Nursing; BS, University of Colorado; Future Nurses Sponsor; Junior Red Cross Co- Sponsor. Mr. John T. Edwards — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; MS, Indiana University; Industrial Arts; Student Affairs Board Faculty Rep. Mr. Noah J. Ellis— BA, Franklin College; MS, Butler University; Science; Varsity Football Coach; Freshman Track Coach; Lettermens Club Sponsor. Mrs. Nancy T. Faruki — BS, Butler University; MS. Indiana University; Science; Tri-Hi-Y Spon- sor. Mr. E. Franklin Fisher — BS, Central Normal College; MS. Butler University; Director of Counseling; Senior Sponsor; Cadet Teacher Sponsor; Orientation Sponsor. Mr. Walter W. Floyd— BA, MS. Butler Univer- sity; Socal Studies. Miss Dorothy Forsyth — BA, Butler University; English. Mr. Jack Foster — BPE, Purdue University; Driver Education; Varsity Wrestling Coach; Cross Country Coach. Miss F. Cleo Frazier — BA, Northwestern Uni- versity; MS, Indiana University; Head, Business Department. Mrs. Jane Hall Gable— BA. Butler University; MA, Indiana University; English; Director of Publications; Quill and Scroll Sponsor. Mr. Robert T. Gallamore— BS, Ball State Teach- ers College; MS, Butler University; Mechanical Drawing. Mrs. Rosemary Gatewood — BS, Butler Univer- sity; Home Economics; Student Affairs Board Faculty Rep. Miss Elizabeth Goett— BA, MS, Butler Univer- sity; English; Masoma Sponsor. Mr. E. Edward Green— BA. MA, Butler Univer- sity; English; Speech; Dramatics. Miss Phyllis Greve — BS, Indiana State Teachers College; Business Education. Mr. James B. Guiilaume— BFAS, BAE, John Herron Art School; Craft Art. Mrs. Edna S. Gullett— AB, DePauw University; MS, Indiana University; Head, Social Studies De- partment. Home economics teachers, Mrs. Jean Shel- ton, Mrs. Rosemary Gatewood, and Mrs. Barbara Anderson, and Mrs. Pauline Stark (standing), head of the department, pause for a bit of frivolity during a typical " work session " to average grades or write reports. 66 Miss Elizabeth Goett, Mrs. Rachel Booker, and Mr. Otto Kuehrmann take advantage of the material available to teachers in the newly-equipped teachers ' library. Mr. John B. Hallett— BS, Purdue University; In- dustrial Arts. Miss Freda M. Hart — BM, DePauw University; Music; Glee Club Sponsor; Glee-ettes Sponsor. Mr. Gene Harvey — BS, Butler University; Busi- ness Education; Boys Intramural Sports Sponsor. Mrs. Mildred Haskens — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; English; Craft Arts; Radio Speech Club Sponsor; Mask and Wig Sponsor. Mr. Roland Hawkins — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; Social Studies; Citizens League Sponsor; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor. Mrs. Helen B. Houghtalen — BA, Butler Univer- sity; Columbia University; English. Mrs. Jennie Howe — AB, BS, Butler University; Mathematics; Math Club Sponsor. Mr. Don R. Hully — BA, Iowa State Teachers College; MA, Ball State Teachers College; In- dustrial Arts. Mr. Jack H. Johns — BS, Hanover College; MS, Butler University; Social Studies; Assistant Foot- ball Coach; Assistant Wrestling Coach. Mr. J. Ray Johnson — BS, MS, Butler University; Business Education; Director of Placement; Jun- ior Class Sponsor. Mrs. Louise Kendall — BS, Purdue University; Home Economics. Mr. Wayne H. Kincaid — BS, Purdue University; MS, Indiana University; Head, Math-Science De- partment. Mr. William D. Kleyla— BPSM, Indiana Univer- sity; Head, Music Department; Concert Band; Marching Band; Pep Band; Twirling Club Spon- sor. Mr. John L. Krueger — BA, Indiana University; MA, Indiana University; Social Studies; Citizens League Sponsor; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor. Mr. Otto W. Kuehrmann — BS, Purdue Univer- sity; Science. M Sgt. Charles F. Lindimore — ROTC Instruc- tor. Mr. Edward C. Maybury— BS, MS, Miami Uni- versity; Head, Industrial Arts Department. Mr. Elwood McBride— BS, Indiana Central Col- lege; MS, Indiana State Teachers College; Busi- ness; Varsity Baseball Coach; Reserve Basket- ball Coach. Mr. Victor M. McDowell— BS, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club Sponsor. Mr. Wendell W. Mertz— BME, MME, Indiana University; Music; Director of Choir. r- 0 67 Faculty Mr. John H. Moffat— BA, Wabash College; MA, Columbia University; English. Mrs. Thelma T. Morgan— BA, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Director of Activities; Home Economics. Mr. Francis R. Moriarty — BS, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Driver Education; Assistant Football Coach; Varsity Track Coach. Mrs. Nancy Mountjoy — BA, Indiana University; Latin; Latin Club Sponsor. Miss Helen Louise Negley — BA, MS, Butler University; Librarian. Mr. Leonard H. Nolte — BA, Indiana State Teachers College; MS. Butler University; Indus- trial Arts. M Sgt. Jack Nunnery — ROTC Commandant; ROTC Drill Team Coach; ROTC History Club Sponsor. Mr. Harry B. Painter — BA, Wabash College; MS, Indiana University; LLB, Benjamin Harri- son Law School; Social Studies. Miss Wilhelmina Shaufler and Mr. Gene Harvey, members of the Commercial De- partment, take a breather from lesson plan- ning to share an amusing anecdote. Mr. Harold Wm. Pagel— BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Butler University; Business; Fu- ture Teachers of America Club Sponsor. Mr. Ben Parke— BS, Butler University; Math. Mr. Louis A. Parnell— BS, Butler; MA, Indiana University; Social Studies; Freshman Football Coach; Assistant Track Coach. Miss Theo B. Parr — BA, Western Michigan Uni- versity; MA, University of Michigan; Girls Physical Education; Director of Visual Educa- tion. Mr. John W. Patten— BA, Duke University; MS, Butler University; Social Studies; Dean of Boys; Student Affairs Board Sponsor. Miss Elena Raglin— BA, Western Michigan Uni- versity; MA, University of Michigan; Girls Phys- ical Education; Girls Intramural Sponsor. Miss Delinda Jane Reeves— BS, Butler Univer- sity; Business Education. Mr. Dale W. Reid— BS, Indiana State Teachers College; Industrial Arts. Mr. Carl Roberts — BS, Eastern Illinois State University; Manual 8th Grade; Social Studies; Physical Education; Health; Jr. High Coach. Miss Dorothy Robertson — BA, Ohio Wesleyan University; MA, Indiana University; English. Miss Judith Rodman — BS, Butler University; English; Masoma Sponsor; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor. Mr. Alvin Romeiser — BS, Butler University; MA. Indiana University; Physical Education. 68 Faculty Mr. Arthur Roney — BS, MS, Butler University; Science. Miss Wilhelmina H. Schaufler — BS, Indiana State Teachers College; Business Education. Mrs. Doris Jean Shelton — BS, Purdue Univer- sity; Home Economics; Science; Freshman Cheerleader Sponsor. Mrs. Vivian L. Siener — BA, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; English; Dean of Girls. Mrs. Pauline Stark — BS, Purdue University; MS, Purdue University; Head, Home Economics Department. Mrs. Frances N. Stewart — BA, MS, Butler Uni- versity; English. Mrs. Mary A. Taylor — BA, Butler University; English. Mr. Harry H. Thomas— BS, Ball State Teachers College; MS, Indiana University; Business; Ath- lectic Director. Mr. Marvin W. Thorpe — BS, Purdue University; Industrial Arts. Mr. Howard C. Thrall— BA, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Latin; Assistant Counsellor. Mr. Raymond D. Van Arsdale — BA, Wabash College; MA, Cumberland University; Mathe- matics. Mr. Leland F. Walter- College; Science. -BA, Ball State Teachers Mr. Volney Ward — BA, MA, Indiana Univer- sity; Mathematics. Miss Margaret Warner — BM, MM, Jordon Con- servatory of Music; Orchestra. Miss Kathryn Weiland — BS, Indiana University; English; FTA Sponsor; Redskin Revue Co- Sponsor. Mr. M. D. Williams— BS, MS, Indiana Univer- sity; Business Education. Mr. Carl E. Wright — BS, Indiana University; Social Studies; Director of Productions; Stage Manager. Mrs. Rovene T. Yeager — BS, Indiana Univer- sity; Home Economics; FHA Club Sponsor. Miss Patricia Brown — Receptionist. Miss Charlotte Hafer — Registrar. Mrs. Janet Hodge — Library Clerk. Mrs. Helen Lichtenberger — Bookkeeper. Mr. James Monson — Head Custodian. Mrs. Agatha Riley — Cafeteria Manager. Mrs. Mary J. Spiegel — Secretary. Mrs. Hilda Van Arsdale — Stenographer. Mrs. Daisy Wall — Attendance Clerk. Mrs. Rausabel Williams — Bookstore Manager. 69 Class of ' 59 Uses Motto - ' To Better Our Best ' Senior Class Officers discuss plans for a meeting during Home Room. Officers for ' 59 are Steve Wright, vice-pres- ident; Sharon Lahrman, secretary; Anne Norcross, president; and Dave Richards, treasurer. Selecting the motto " Constantly Striving to Better our Best, " the class of ' 59 sailed through the school year, exploding with plans, projects, and parties. First on the agenda was Senior Day on October 22 during which seniors dressed in Sunday best and sported red and white armbands. Seniors proved they were capable of " taking over " school offices on November 1 2 when the second annual Student- Teacher Turnabout Day was launched. Playing Santa for the frosh at the annual Christmas party December 18 was another project. To honor Manual ' s faculty, seniors sponsored a Valentine ' s Tea in the home economics social room, preparing refreshments, serving guests, and tidying up after- ward. In May, seniors joined forces to stage the play " Ten Little Indians. " Climaxing senior ac- tivities is the big day in every senior ' s life — gradua- tion, followed by the senior prom. Senior Council, representatives from each Senior Home Room, serve as sub-treasurers to assist in the collection of dues and the distribution of official notices. Here they discuss the senior class gift with Treasurer Dave Richards. Council members are Judy Schoenherr, Dennis Jackson, Rob Rrock, Nancy Day, Larry Henn, Lois Rechenbach, and Dave Miller. Seniors ROBERT ABRAMS— Football 1-2; Intramural 4; Special Asst. 3-4. DONNA ALEXANDER— Girls Glee Club 4; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 4; Spe- cial Asst. 4. ROBERT ALLEE— Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1; Visual Ed. 1-2. ROBERT AMICK— WILLIAM ANDREWS— Football 1; Lettermens Club 1-4; Wrestling 1-4, State Titles 2, 3, 4. MARY ASHFORD— Monitor 4; Flagstaff, Ari- zona 2. DONNA LEE BARKER— Cheerleader 1-2; Choir 2-4; League of Honor 2-3; Mask Wig 1-2; Moni- tor 4; Operetta 1-4; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 1, 3, 4; Special Asst. 1, 3. JOHN ROY BARLOW— Smoot, West Virginia 1; Mooresville, Indiana 2-3. JACKLYNE BEGGS— Southport 1-3. LELAND BENNETT— Football 1-2; League of Honor 1-3; Special Asst. 3-4; Track 1; Wrestling 1; Industrial Arts Club, Pres. 3, Treas. 4. DORA MAE BEWLEY— Girls Glee Club 4; Tri- Hi-Y 1; Future Nurses Club 2-3. BERTHA BOH ANNON— Home Room Rep. 1; Monitor 1. JUDITH M. BOHANNON— Monitor 2-4. RITA DOLORES BOONE— FTA Club 4; Girls Glee Club 2-4; Monitor 4; Orchestra, Sergeant of Arms 1-4; Redskin Revue 2, 4. BEVERLY BRADY— Choir, Librarian 4, 1-4; Operetta 3-4; Special Asst. 4. ROBERTA BRANNON — Monitor 1-2; Y-Teens Club 1; Harry E. Wood High School 4. SANDRA JUANITA BREDY— FTA Club 4; Girls Glee Club 3-4; Home Room Rep. 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Pep Club 1-3; Radio Speech Club, Vice-pres. 3-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 2, 3, 4; Manual Citizens League 4. LONNEY BREEDLOVE— Basketball 1; Football 1; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-3; Track 1. : Seniors As student co-chairmen of the 1959 Red- skin Revue, Dennis Jackson and Jackie Goad dressed up on the night of the show to act as master and mistress of ceremonies. PHYLLIS ANNE BREHOB— Ivian 1; FTA Club, Pres. 4; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4, Historian 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Student Affairs Bd. 3-4; Girls ' State 3; " Martha " Cherry Tree Hop 4; Clean-Up Queen 4. ROBERT BROCK— Baseball 1-4; Football 1; Senior Council 4; Intramural 4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Monitor 1; Special Asst. 4; Junior Prom King Cand. BARBARA R. BROWN— Dance Band 1; Pep Club 1-2. DONNA BROWN— Choir 4; Monitor 1; Oper- etta 2; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3. KAY BRYANT— League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Pep Club 2; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2. BARBARA ANN BULLOCK— FTA Club 4; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Intramural 1; Jr. Red Cross 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Red- skin Revue 1-3; Special Asst. 3; Girls Golf 1-2. JANICE BUTLER— Monitor 3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 3. LA VERNE BUTTS— Intramural, 3; League of Honor 3; Redskin Revue 2, 4; Harry E. Wood High School 1. JACKIE BUZZAIRD— Intramural 2; League of Honor 1; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1. JOSEPH T. CALDWELL— Monitor 1-2; Special Asst. 1, 2, 4. JAY CALVERT— CHARLENE B. CHAPMAN— Girls Glee Club 2-4, Sec. 2; Home Room Rep. 3; Mask Wig, Vice-pres. 1; Operetta 2; Redskin Revue 1-3; Spe- cial Asst. 3-4. Seniors LARRY CHASTAIN— Cross Country 4; Letter- mens Club 3-4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 3; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 4; Track 1-4. HAROLD DUDLEY CLAIRORNE — Gallati n, Texas, 1-3. JAMES CLARK— Home Room Rep. 1; Reech Grove Higb School 1. JOHN CLARK— Monitor 4. JOYCE COEFMAN— Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 2; Special Asst. 4; St. John Academy 1. GEORGANN COLDREN — Rand 4; Rooster, Page 2 Ed. 4, 1-4; Choir 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Operetta 2-4; Pep Club 1-3; Quill Scroll 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; I. U. Journalism Inst. 4. LANNY COOPER— Hi-Y, Chaplain Treas. 2-3; Intramural 4; Redskin Revue 4; Wrestling 1; Drill Team 1; Roys Rowling 3. LARRY D. COOPER— Intramural 1, 4; Bowl- ing 4. DENNIS CRAIG— Monitor 2-4. JOHN L. CRAIG— League of Honor 1-3; P. A. Crew 2; Stage Crew 2, 3. BONITA CREAGER— Choir 1-4; FTA Club, Treas. 4; Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 2-4; Mask Wig 1; Monitor 1-2; Operetta 1-4; Pep Club 3; Redskin Revue 4; Ensemble 4. CAROLYN CREASSER— Band 1-4; FHA Club 2; Home Room Rep. 3; League of Honor 2-4; Pep Club 2; Radio Speech Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 3-4; All-City Band 3-4. MARY CREASEY— Girls Glee Club, Librarian 4, 2-4; Glee-ettes 4; Home Room Rep. 4; Intramural 1; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 2-4; Senior Constitution Committee 4. RONALD CROOKE— Intramural 1-2; Monitor 4; Vis. Aid 1-2. JOHN CURLIN— Band 1-4; Choir 1; Operetta 1; Track 4; ROTC Drill Team 2-4. DORIS DANNER— Pep Club 2; Special Asst. 3; Southport High School 1. NANCY DAY— Band 1-4; FTA Club 4; Home Room Rep. 2; Operetta 2-4; Orchestra 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 1-3; Senior Council 4; Future Nurses Club 4. RAYMOND LOUIS DECKARD— Cheerleader 3; Football 1; Intramural 4; Monitor 1, 2, 4. Seniors m ± JOYCE DEER— Monitor 3. ROBERT DENNEM ANN— League of Honor 1; Monitor 1; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC History Club 1-3; ROTC Rifle Team, Captain, 4, 1-4; Track 1. ROSE DENNIS— Home Room Rep. 1. BRENDA DILLER— Harry E. Wood High School 1. CAROLIN DODSON— Monitor 3; Franklin Twp. High School 1. BARBARA DOWNHAM— Girls Glee Club 2-4; League of Honor 1-3; Operetta 2-3; Redskin Revue 1-2; Special Asst. 1. MARY DRESSLAR — Intramural 1-4; Special Asst. 2-4. MARSHA CAROLE DROTZ— Intramural 2; League of Honor 1; Monitor 1; Pep Club 2; Stage Crew 2. ROBERT W. DUNCAN— Mask Wig 4; Radio Speech Club 4; ROTC Officers Club 4. THELMA MARIE DURHAM— Future Nurses Club 4; St. John Academy 1; St. Mary Academy 2. BARBARA EADER — Intramural 1-2; Special Asst. 3. DONNA ELLIOTT— Art Club 3. LARRY ELSLAGER— Cross Country, Co-Cap- tain 4, 2-4; Football 1; Lettermens Club 3-4; Monitor 1; Special Asst. 1; Track 2-4. JUDY ESCH— Band 2-3; Girls Glee Club 2-3; League of Honor 1, 3; Operetta 2; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 1. DAVID FAGG— Hi-Y Sec. 3-4; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC Drill Team 3-4. TIMOTHY FISHER— Dance Band 1-2; Football 1-3; Monitor 3; Orchestra 1-3; Redskin Revue 2; ROTC Officers Club 3-4; Wrestling 1-3; ROTC Drill Team 1-2. ROBERT FLAKE— Football 1-3; Intramural 1-2; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 3; Track 1-3. DALE FOLEY — Arsenal Technical High School 2. 74 Seniors —M ALAN FOSTER— Band 1-2; Basketball 1-4; Foot- ball 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 2-4, Vice-pres. 4; Roines 4; Student Affairs Board 2-4, Treas. 4; Track 1-4; Junior Class Sec. 3; Boys ' State 3; National Honor Society 4. JOHN FOSTER— Choir, Pres. 2-4; Monitor 1, 4; Operetta 2-4; Redskin Revue 2, 3; Special Asst. 1, 2. MARILYN FOX— Booster Agent 1, 2; Redskin Revue 1; Special Asst. 1-4. JUDITH ELAINE FRAZIER— League of Honor 1; Monitor 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Special Asst. 2; Y-Teens, Pres. 2. LINDA FRITSCHE— Booster Agent 4; Home Room Rep. 1-3; Girls Intramural 1, 2; League of Honor 1-3; Masoma 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1-3; Spanish Club 1-3, Pres. 3; National Honor Society. VIVIAN GADIENT— League of Honor 1-3; Spe- cial Asst. 2, 3; Spanish Club 1-3; Odd Number Club 3. JOHN L. GARNETT— Basketball 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 4; Math Club, Pres. 1; Special Asst. 3; Track 2, 3. JUDY GIMBEL— Monitor 2, 3. REBA GLASS— FHA Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Special Asst. 2. JACQUELINE GOAD— Booster 1, 2; Cub Club 2; Ivian Agent 3, 4; League of Honor 1-4; Ma- soma 3, 4, Treas. 4; Redskin Revue 2, 4; Special Asst. 2-4; Spanish Club 1, 3, Treas. 3; Odd Num- ber Club, Pres. 3; National Honor Society 4. EDWARD A. GORDON— Football 1, 2; League of Honor 1-3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Spanish Club 2; Track 2; Boys ' State. KENNETH GRAVES— Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Lettermens Club 2-4; Special Asst. 3, 4; Track 1-4; Wrestling 1-4. Among seniors who ushered for the Red- skin Revue were John Stafford, Nancy Shan- non, Jackie Buzzaird, and Ray Schultz. Seniors ALTON GRIFFITH— Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Intramural 1; Ivian Agent 1; League of Honor 1-2; Special Asst. 1-4. JAMES GRUBB— Football 1-2; Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1; Redskin Revue 4; Track 1. WILLIAM HAIR— Baseball 1-4; Booster 4; In- tramural 4; League of Honor, Top Ten 1, 1-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Home- coming King Cand. 4. BARBARA HALE— Girls Glee Club, Sec. 4, 2-4; Glee-ettes 2; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma, At- tendance Sec. 3-4; Operetta 3; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 1, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. REA HANDLON— Booster and Ivian Agent 1-2; Pep Club 1-2. SHIRLEY F. HANLON— Cheerleader 1; Choir 4; Girls Glee Club 2-3; League of Honor 3; Oper- etta 3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1-2; Special Asst. 1. WAYNE HANSEN— Cross Country 2-3; Football 3; Hi-Y 2; Home Room Rep. 3; Intramural 4; Mask Wig 2; Pep Club 3; Radio Speech Club 2-3; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 3-4; Track 3. RICHARD HANSING— Monitor 1-2; Radio Speech Club 4; Stage Crew, Asst. Stage Mgr. 4. EVELYN HARDING— Special Asst. 4. JESSE HARPER — Harry E. Wood High School 1. JIM HARRIS— Basketball 1; Monitor 1; Special Asst. 1. GLORIA HARVEY— League of Honor 1-4; Ma- soma 4; National Thespians 4; Operetta 1-4; Or- chestra 1-4; Radio Speech Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Spanish Club 2-3; Girls ' State 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3-4. MAYZELL HATCHER- LINDA ROSE HATTEN— Monitor 3. FRED HAYS— Bloomington High School 1-3. DENA HEATHERLY— MARY HEICHELBECH— FTA Club 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 3-4; Latin Club, Treas. 4; Citizens League 4. GLORIA HENDRICKS— Girls Glee Club, Treas. 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Operetta 3; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Asst. 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Girls ' State (Alt.); Tee Pee Talent Parade 1-3. Seniors OWEN KEITH HENDERSON— Redskin Revue 4; Track 4; Urbana, Ohio 1, 2; West Liberty, Ohio 3. LARRY HENN— Raseball 1-4; Ham Radio 2; Home Room Rep. 4; Intramural 3, 4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Senior Council 4. TOM HENNINGER— Rand 1-4; Choir 1-3; Foot- ball 3; Intramural 1-3; Operetta 3; Redskin Revue 1-3; Track 1-3; Pep Rand 1, 2, 4. EVA HENSON— Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 3, 4. RILL HERMAN— Monitor 2. PAT HICKMAN— Intramural 2; League of Honor 2; Pep Club 2; Harry E. Wood High School 1. VAUGHN HICKMAN— Raseball 1; Football 1; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Special Asst. 1; Wrestling 1. DIANA HILL— Rooster 3; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Intramural 1-3; Ivian, Senior Ed. 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3, 4; Redskin Revue 1, 3, 4; I.U. Journalism Inst. 3; Glee-ettes 2; Senior Con- stitution Council 4; National Honor Society 4. HELEN M. HILL— Home Room Rep. 1, 3; Red- skin Revue 1, 3; Thomas Carr Howe High School 2. MARY ANN HOFFMEYER— FHA Club 1, 2; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 2; Monitor 1, 2, 4; Special Asst. 3. ANN HOGAN— Home Room Rep. 1, 2; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2. JANE HOLCOMR— Monitor 2. LOUISE HOLLE— Choir 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 2; Monitor 1; Operetta 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3, 4; ROTC History Club, Vice-pres. 4; Ensemble 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; Military Rail Queen Cand. 4. GWENDOLYN HOLMAN— League of Honor, 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Sec. 3. LEON HOOVER— Choir 2, 3, 4; Home Room Rep. 4; Monitor 2, 3; Operetta 2, 3, 4. JACQUELYN HURRELL— Monitor 2, 3; Special Asst. 4. PATRICIA JEANNE HURRELL — Girls Glee Club 3; Home Room Rep. 1, 3; League of Honor 1, 2; Monitor 2; Operetta 2; Special Asst. 2, 3. MURIEL HUCKARY— Rooster, Exchange Ed. 4; Choir 1-4, Librarian 3; Home Room Rep. 1; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1, 2; ROTC History Club 4; Special Asst. 3, 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Ensemble 3, 4. Seniors MARGARET HUGHES— League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Operetta 1-2; Orchestra 1-2; Pep Club 2; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Asst. 3-4; Girls ' State 3; National Honor Society, Sec. 3-4. JUDITH ANN HUNLEY— Band 3-4; FTA Club 4; Girls Glee Club 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 3; Pep Club 1-2; Radio Speech Club 2-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. MARVIN HYATT— Baseball 1-4; Intramural 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 4; Red- skin Revue 3; Roines 4; Boys ' State 3; National Honor Society 4. RONNIE HYATT- JERRY ISAACS— Band 1-4; Indian Chief Mas- cot 1-4; Intramural 4; Special Asst. 4. DENNIS L. JACKSON— Band 1-4; Football 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Pep Band 2-3; Redskin Revue 3-4; Roines, Vice-pres. 4; " George " Cherry Tree Hop 4; Senior Council 4; ROTC Drill Team 1-3; National Honor So- ciety 4. BOB JEFFRIES— Football 1-3; Intramural 4; Monitor 3. RON JENKINS— Band 2-3; Baseball 1; Basket- ball 2; Intramural 1-4. LINDA JENSEN— Monitor 4; Orchestra 1; Spe- cial Asst. 1-2. JIM JOHNSON— George Washington High School 1-2. RUSSELL JOHNSON— FTA Club 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Citizens League, Pres. 4. EVA JONES— Intramural 1; Monitor 1, 2. High-heeled shoes, a requisite for Senior Day, proved hard on feet accustomed to flats, and many were parked during class periods. Seniors PAULA JONES— Monitor 1, 3. CHARLES KATTAU— Football 1-3; League of Honor 1-3. JAMES KAUTSKY— Football 1, 3; League of Honor 1-3; Track 2-3. SONJA KEATING— Cheerleader 1-4; Girls Glee Club, Vice-pres. 4, 1-4; Home Room Rep. 1; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Asst. 1, 3, 4; Student Affairs Bd. 1; Homecoming Queen 4; Cand. ROTC Ball Queen 3-4. MICHAEL KELLY— Choir 2-4; Football 1-4; Home Room Rep. 1-3; Intramural 1, 4; Monitor 1-4; Operetta 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; ROTC Drill Team 1. HARRY KTNCADE— ROTC Officers Club 3-4. ALMA KING— Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 2-4. BRIGITTE KIRSTEIN— Girls Glee Club, Sec. 4, 1-4; Intramural 1; League of Honor 2-4; Top Ten 1; Masoma 3-4; Operetta 3; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1. JUNE KISTLER— Booster Editor-in-Chief 4, 1-4; Choir, Vice-pres. 4, 1-4; Ivian 3-4; League of Honor 2-4; Operetta 2-4; Quill Scroll, Vice- pres. 4, 3-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; I. U. Journalism Inst. 2-3; Junior Class Treas. 3. KAY M. KLEIFGEN— Home Room Rep. 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Junior 3; Masoma 3-4; Orchestra, Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4, 1-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Future Nurses Club 4; Science Club, Sec. 3-4; String Ensemble 3-4. REBECCA ANN KOENIG— Band 1-4; Choir 4; Dance Band 2-4; Girls Glee Club, Pres. 4, 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma, Pres., 3-4; Oper- etta 3-4; Orchestra 2-3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2-4. RUTH KORTEPETER Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1: Nurses Club 2. — FHA Club 1; League of Special Asst. 2-4; Future ROBERT KRAFT— Football 1; Monitor 1-2; ROTC Officers Club 3-4; ROTC Drill Team 1-2. MARY ANN KRATOSKA— Intramural 4; Moni- tor 4; Special Asst. 3. PHYLLIS LACKEY— Home Room Rep. 1; Jr. Red Cross 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 1-3. SHARON LAHRMAN— FHA Club 1; Intramural 3-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 4; Queen Dotty 3; Queen Ann 3; Cand. Home- coming Queen 4; Senior Class Sec. 4; Senior Council 4. HOWARD LANEFORD— FTA Club 4; Intra- mural 2-3; Monitor 4; Operetta 2-4; Orchestra 1-4; ROTC Officers Club 4; Track 3; Wres- tling 2-3. DAVID LANHAM— Seniors ±gih CAROLYN LATHROP— League of Honor 1-3; Special Asst. 2-4. SYLVIA LAWRENCE— League of Honor 1-2. CLIFFORD LAWSON— Monitor 4; ROTC Of- ficers Club 4. CARNEY LIKENS— League of Honor 1-2; Mask Wig 4; Monitor 4; National Thespians 4; Red- skin Revue 4. MERRILYN LINDLEY— Rooster 4; Ivian Fac- ulty Editor 4; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 1, 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; ROTC History Club 4; Special Asst. 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y, Pres. 4, 1-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; I. U. Journalism Inst. 4. NORVA LINTECUM — News Bureau — Times 3-4; FHA Club 4; Girls Glee Club 3-4; League of Honor 3; Mask Wig, Pres. 3, 1-4; National Thespians 3-4; Operetta 3; Redskin Revue 3; Citizen League 4; Radio Speech Club 1-4. LAWRENCE LIVERS— Intramural 3-4; Monitor 4; Cathedral High School 1. LINDA LOEPER— Choir 2-4; Home Room Rep. 3-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Mask Wig 1; Operetta 2-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1, 3-4; Special Asst. 1-2; Junior Prom Queen Candidate. RONALD LUTZ— Camera Club 1. PHYLLIS LYNCH— Girls Glee Club 2-4; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 3-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Ivian Agent 3; Ensemble 4; Glee-ettes 2-4; Roonville, Indiana, 1. CAROL LYNN- JAMES MAHAN— Baseball 1-3; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Red- skin Revue 3-4; Roines, Vice-pres. 4; Student Affairs Bd. 3; Track 2-4; Wrestling 1-4; Boys ' State 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. LINDA MALOTT— Monitor 1-3; Orchestra 1-4; Special Asst. 3; Y-Teens 1. DAVID HAROLD MASCHER— Cross Coun- try 1. JACKIE MASSEY— Girls Glee Club 2-4; Oper- etta 2. STEPHEN MATTHEWS— League of Honor 1-4; National Thespians 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 4; Stage Crew 2; Radio Speech Club 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4. ALLEN MAVITY— Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Track 1-3; Wrestling 1-4. JERRY L. McCLAIN— Roines 4; National Honor Society 4. Seniors Vaughn Hickman designed the traditional armband for the class of ' 59. Jackie Buz- zaird and Vaughn are shown silk-screening " bands " for Senior Day. EARL McCOMBS — Football 1-4; Home Room Rep. 1, 3; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-3; Lettermens Club 3, 4. BILL McCURRY— Intramural 1; Monitor 4; Red- skin Revue 1; Special Asst. 2. KAREN McDONNELL— Ivian 2-4, Editor-in- Chief, 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Quill Scroll 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Red- skin Revue 2, 3, 4; ROTC History Club 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Spanish Club 1-2, Vice-pres. 2; Home- coming Queen Cand. 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; I. U. Journalism Inst. 2, 3; National Honor Society 4. GERALD McFARLAND— Monitor 2-4; Cherry Tree Hop King Candidate 4; Shortridge High School 1. LYNNE McGINNIS— Intramural 1, 2; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 1, 2; Masoma 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Special Asst. 2-4; Girls ' State 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Roll 1-4. DARTHULA McGUIRE— Monitor 4; Special Asst. 4; Bruce Street High School, Lithonia, Georgia, 1. DENNIS McGUIRE— Basketball 1; Intramural 4; Monitor 3; Redskin Revue 4; Student Affairs Bd. 1. CHARLOTTE McMURRY — Booster 2; FHA Club 1; FTA Club 2-4; Ivian Agent 2-4; League of Honor 2-4; Masoma 4; Redskin Revue 4; Span- ish Club 2-4, Treas. 2-4. ROGER McV AY— League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue 4. MAURICE METZGER— Golf 1-4; Intramural 4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Monitor 2-4; ROTC Of- ficers Club 4; ROTC Rifle Team 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Visual Aid 2. DAVE MILLER— Band 1, 2; Baseball 1-4; Bas- ketball 1-3; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Lettermens Club 2-4, Pres. 4; Redskin Revue 3; Roines 4; Track 2-4; Wrestling 4; Junior Vice- pres. DONNA MILLER— Seniors Cleaning up after the faculty-valentine tea are Steve Wright, Bette Pierson, Bob Brock, and Dave Miller, members of the Senior Class who sponsored the faculty get- together. RONNIE MILLER— Basketball 1-4; Intramural 1; Lettermens Club 2-4; Monitor 4; Track 2, 3; King Dan 3; King Platter 3; Homecoming King 4; MVP Basketball 2, 4. BEVERLY MINER— Harry E. Wood High School 1, 2. ROBERT EUGENE MINK— Monitor 3. GENE MOCK — Pamona, California High School 1-3. RONALD LEE MOGLE— New Castle High School 1-3. MAX MONEYHAN— Basketball 1-3; Football 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 3, 4; Redskin Revue 3, 4; Track 1-4. ANNA MAE MONTGOMERY— League of Honor 1. AMY MOON— Cub Club 1; League of Honor 2, 3; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 1, 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-3. CAROLE MOORE— Redskin Revue 2; Broad Bipple High School 1. JENNIE MOORHEAD— Booster 3, 4; FHA Club 3, 4; Intramural 2, 3; Monitor 2; Radio Speech Club 2; Ben Davis High School 1. ROBERT MOREFIELD— Football 1; League of Honor 1. JON MORRIS— Band, Captain 1-4; Choir 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 2-4; National Thes- pians 4; Operetta 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 3, 4. 82 Seniors JOHN JOSEPH MOST— Cross Country 1; Golf 3; Roosevelt Military Acad. 2. BETTY PRYOR MUELLER— Mask Wig 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Special Asst. 1-4; Y-Teens Club 1,2. JOHN MUSE— Visual Ed. 1. KEITH NAVE— Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Mon- itor 2, 3; Redskin Revue 2, 3; Roines, Pres. 3, 4; Student Affairs Bd. 1-4, Vice-pres. 4; Track 1-4; Boys ' State 3; Junior Prom King Cand. 3; King Ivan Cand. 4. DANIEL NEELEY— Hi-Y 1, 2; Intramural 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Stage Crew 4; George Wash- ington High School 3. ROSEMARY NERGE— Band 2; Baton Twirler 2; Choir 4; Intramural 2; Monitor 2; Operetta 4. JIM NEWMAN— LANNA ROSE NEWMAN— Booser 3, 4; League of Honor 1, 2; Quill Scroll 4; Special Asst. 1, 3; News Bureau — Teen Star 4. SHARON NICHOLS— Intramural 1-3; Moni- tor 1-3. MARJORIE NOE— Bus. Girls Club 1; Choir 3; Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Ivian Agent 1; Monitor 1; Operetta 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Radio Speech Club 2; Redskin Revue 2. ANNE NORCROSS— League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 2-4; Masoma, Sec. 3, 4; Orchestra 1-4; Red- skin Revue 3, 4; Spanish Club 1-4, Vice-pres. 3; Student Affairs Bd. 2; Senior Class Pres. 4; Girls ' State 3; Odd Numbers Club 3; Manual Citizens League 4. BOB NORRIS— Monitor 4. FRANK OGDEN— Football 1; ROTC Officers Club 1; ROTC History Club 3; ROTC Color Guard, Captain 4. JOYCE O ' NEAL— Intramural 2; Monitor 1, 2, 4; Special Asst. 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. BARBARA OSBORNE— FHA Club 2; Intra- mural 1; Mask Wig 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Red- skin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4; Y-Teens Club, Sec. 3. SHIRLEY PARROTT— Intramural 1; Monitor 2-4; Special Asst. 1; Future Nurses Club 2. GERALD PEATS— Choir 3; ROTC Officers Club 2; Color Guard, Commander 4; Battle Group, Colonel 4. WENDELL PETREE— Monitor 2. Seniors BETTE PIERSON— Band, Sec. 2-4; Baton Twir- ler Club 2-4; Featured Twirler 4; Home Room Rep. 4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue Sponsor 2, 1-3; National Honor Society 4. NAOMI PINNER— Booster Agent 1-2; Moni- tor 1-2. DELORIS PITCHER— Mask Wig 1-2; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 1-2. AL PITTMAN— Basketball, Senior Mng. 3-4; Choir 3-4; Cross Country, Senior Mng. 3-4; Let- termens Club 3-4; Monitor 3; Operetta 2; Track, Senior Mng. 3-4; Arsenal Technical High School 1. BERNICE PRINGLE— Booster 2; Cub Club 1; Intramural 1-4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 4; Y-Teens Club 2. RONNIE RAINEY— Football 3; Monitor 1. SHARON RASH— Band 1-4; Mask Wig 1-2; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1-2. C. GAIL RAY— FTA Club 3-4; Home Room Rep. 1; Intramural 1-4; National Thespians, Sec. 3-4; Radio Speech Club 1-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Span- ish Club, Sec. 2-4; Stage Crew 1-4. SANDRA LEE F. RAY— Monitor 1. LOIS RECHENBACH— Twirler Club 1; FTA Club 4; Intramural 1, 2, 4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 4; Y-Teens Club, Pres. 1-2; Senior Council 4. VERNON REIFEIS— Industrial Arts Club 3. DAVID D. RICHARDS— Band 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Basketball 2; Dance Band 1, 3, 4; Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 1, 4; League of Honor 1-4; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Roines 4; Senior Class Treas. 4. STEPHEN RICHARDS — Monitor 3; Special Asst. 1. BARBARA A. ROBBINS— Pep Club 1. BARBARA E. ROBBINS— Girls Glee Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 1-2; Monitor 1. 1; Future Nurses Club 1. 2, 4; Radio Club, Sec. BARBARA ROBERTSON— Home Room Rep. 1; Intramural 4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1, 4. TOM ROBINSON— Baseball 1-2; Basketball 1; Football 1-2; League of Honor 1-2. MADELYN ROBISON— Mask Wig 1-2; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1; Special Asst. 1; Stage Crew 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1-2. 84 Seniors JEAN ROWAN— Booster Agent 3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Monitor 2-3; Orchestra 2; Pep Club 2; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 4; Latin Club, Historian 4; National Honor So- ciety 4. .MARY JANE RUTHERFORD— FTA Club 4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 4; Special Asst. 3-4; Spanish Club 3. MARGARET SABATIER— Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 3-4; FTA Club 4; Home Room Rep. 2. MIRIAM W. ST. CLAIR— Band 1-4; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Monitor 4; Orchestra 1-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1; Girls ' State 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Top Ten Junior 3. RONNIE SANDERS— Football 1-4; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 3-4. HARRY SARKINE— JUDY ANN SCHOENHERR— Cheerleader 1-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 2-4; Junior Class Pres. 3; Senior Council 4; Junior Prom Queen 3; Pow Wow Queen 2. SANDRA SCHOFIELD— FHA Club 2; Tri- Hi-Y 2. GRACE SCHREIBER— Choir 2-4; Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Oper- etta 2-3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 2-3; Ensemble 4. ELAINE ANNE SCHULTZ— Band, Sec. 3, 1-4; Choir 1-3; Dance Band 2-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma, Vice- pres. 3-4; Operetta 2-3; Redskin Revue 1-4; Span- ish Club 2-3; Pep Band 1-4. RAY SCHULTZ— Baseball 2-3; Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Let- termens Club 2-4; Roines, Sec. 4, 3-4; Special Asst. 2-4; Student Affairs Bd., Vice-pres. 4; Track 1-4; Boys ' State 3; Top Ten Junior 3. SHARON SCHWARZ — Band 1; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 2-3. Attired in the white llama outfit that she wears as feature twirler with Manual ' s marching band is Bette Pierson, who de- signed and made the costume herself. Seniors Seniors who were named Top Ten Juniors last year are (sitting) Kay Kleifgen, Anne Norcross, Sandy White, Miriam St. Clair, (standing) Jim Mahan, Alan Foster, Keith Nave, Ray Schultz, John Stafford, and Steve Wright. RONALD SCOTT— Band 1, 2; Home Room Rep. 1; Monitor 2-4; Visual Aid 1. KAREN LOUISE SEDAM— Home Room Rep. 1; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 2; Y-Teens Club, Vice-pres. 1, 2; Intra- mural 4. ROBERT SERGEANT— League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. BOB SHADE— Booster, Asst. Ed. 4; Hi-Y 1; Ivian Agent 4; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue 3, 4; Span- ish Club 3, 4, Treas. NANCY SHANNON— Choir 3; Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Operetta 3, 4; Pep Club 1. MARY ELIZABETH SHERIDAN— League of Honor 1-3; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 3; Twirling Club 3. RONALD SHINGLETON— Intramural 2; Moni- tor 2, 3; Bowling League 4. , CAROL SHROUT— Monitor 3. JACK SIMPSON— Band 1-4; Intramural 4; Moni- tor 3; Orchestra 1-4. ARTHENA M. SMITH— Girls Glee Club 2-4; Intramural 1; Jr. Red Cross 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Operetta 3; Pep Club 1; Red- skin Revue 3; Special Asst. 1; Spanish Club 1; Girls ' State Alt. 3; National Honor Society 4. KIM J. SMITH— Intramural 2. NANCY SMITH— Girls Glee Club 2, 3; Mask Wig 1; Operetta 3. Seniors PATRICIA SMITH (RIZZO)— Choir 1-4; Home Room Rep. 3; Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1; Operetta 2-3; Orchestra 1-2. STEPHEN SPACKE— Band 1-4; Dance Band 1-4; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-4; Oper- etta 1-4; Orchestra 3; Redskin Revue 1-4; Stage Crew 1-4; Pep Band 1-4; All-City Band 2-4. ROBERT SPEARS- CHARLES SPEER School 1. Sacred Heart High PATRICIA A. STACY— Band 1-4; Home Room Rep. 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Or- chestra 4; Radio Speech Club 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Quiz Em Team 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Pep Band 4. JOHN STAFFORD— Basketball 1-3; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Roines 3-4; Student Affairs Bd. 2-4; Track 1-4; Wrestling 4; Boys ' State 3; National Honor So- ciety 3-4. DAVID STALEY— Stage Crew 2; Industrial Arts Club 4. EILEEN STALEY— Operetta 2; Pep Club 1-2; Special Asst. 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-2. DONALD LEE STANLEY— Football 3; Intra- mural 4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Monitor 2; Harry E. Wood High School 1. DAVID STOUT— Monitor 1-2. GERALD STREEVAL— Basketball 1; Football 1-2; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 1; Track 1; Wrestling 4. MARILYN STROUD— Choir 3-4; Girls Glee Club 2-3; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 3; Operetta 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Miss Madison Avenue 4; Thomas Carr Howe High School 1. ROSCOE STURGEON— Choir 2, 4; Monitor 4; Operetta 2; Redskin Revue 4; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC Drill Team 1-4. ROSALIND SUMMERS— FHA Club 2-3; Intra- mural 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 3-4; Junior Prom Queen Cand. 3; Harry E. Wood High School 1. RONALD SUSEMICHEL— Football 1-2; Intra- mural 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 3; Redskin Revue 4; Roines 4. GWENDOLYN SWATTS— FHA Club, Treas. 4, 2-4; Y-Teens Club, Vice-pres. 4, 3-4. DONALD TALLENT— Intramural 4; Arsenal Technical High School 1. STEPHEN THOMAS— Baseball 2-4. HARRY THOMPSON— Visual Aid 1. STEPHEN TRESSLER— Hi-Y, Pres. 1-4; Intra- mural 1; League of Honor 1, 2-4; Monitor 3; ROTC Officers Club 3-4, Colonel, 4; ROTC His- tory Club 1-4; ROTC Drill Team; Model U.N., Vice-pres., 1-4; Chess Club 3; Citizens League 4. ROSEMARY TURENTINE— Intramural 1-3; Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 1-2; Swords Club 2; Fu- ture Nurses Club 2. LARRY E. ULREY— Visual Aid 4. JOSEPH W. VAN VLYMEN— Hi-Y, Chaplain 4; Monitor 4; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC Rifle Team 1-4; ROTC Drill Team 1-4. LINDA SUE VEHLING— League of Honor 3-4; Masoma 4; Redskin Revue 4; Future Nurses Club, Treas., 4; Girls ' State ( Alt. ) ; National Honor Society 4. MARJORIE VIEHE— Booster Agent 2-4; Intra- mural 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; Spe- cial Asst. 4; Ivian Art Ed. 4. SARA WALLS— Cheerleader 1; Girls Glee Club 2-4; Home Room Rep. 1, 3-4; League of Honor 1; Operetta 3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 1, 3-4; Special Asst. 2-3. NELDA WALLSMITH— FTA Club 4; Monitor 3; Special Asst. 4. VASCO WALTON— Baseball 2-4; Basketball 3-4; Cheerleader 2; Cross Country 2; Football 3-4; League of Honor 4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Red- skin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4; Junior Prom King Candidate. RONALD WAUGH— Cross Country 1; Home Room Rep. 3; Intramural 1; Mask Wig 3-4; Red- skin Revue 4; Stage Crew 4; Track 2. HAROLD WAYMAN— Intramural 1-2; Track 2; Wrestling 1. ANNETTE WEATHINGTON— Monitor 2. ANGIE WEBB— Intramural 2; Jr. Red Cross 1-2; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 2-4. NORMAN HANTFORD WEDDLE — Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-2; Lettermens Club 2-4; Monitor 4; Homecoming King Candidate. RITA WEIMER— FHA 2; Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1 SANDRA KAY WESLEY — Booster Agent 2 Choir 1-2; Girls Glee Club 3-4; Ivian Agent 2 Intramural 1; Operetta 2; Redskin Revue 2 Stage Crew 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Glee-ettes 3-4. SANDRA WHITE— Band 2-3; Girls Glee Club 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Redskin Revue 1-2; Top Ten Junior 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Twirling Club, Vice-pres. 3, 1-3. MARY HELEN WHITNEY— Band 2-4; Baton Twirler 3-4; Intramural 1-2; Home Room Rep. 1, 2, 4; League of Honor 1-3; Masoma 3-4; Or- chestra 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 4; National Honor Society 4. WARREN WILHITE — Football 3-4; Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 3; Lettermens Club 3-4; Monitor 4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4; Track 2-3. RONALD WILLIAMS— League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 4. BILL WILLSEY— Basketball 1-2; Football 1-4; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 3-4; Roines 4; Student Affairs Bd. 3; Track 1-4. PEGGY WILSON— Intramural 1; Monitor 3; Odd Number Club 3; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 3-4; Student Affairs Bd. 1; Spanish Club 1; Ivian Agent 1. RONALD WOOD— Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Cross Country 1; Lettermens Club 3-4; Monitor 2; ROTC Officers Club 4; Special Asst. 2, 4. CAROLYN WOODS — Intramural 2; Special Asst. 3; Senior Constitution Committee 4. NORMAN WOODS— League of Honor 1-4. RONALD GENE WOODS— Baseball 1; Home Room Rep. 1; League of Honor 1-4; ROTC Of- ficers Club 3-4; ROTC History 1-2; ROTC Rifle Team 1-2. JIM WRAY— Baseball 1-2; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermens Club 1-3; Special Asst. 4; Wrestling 1-4. STEVEN WRIGHT— Baseball 2-4; Basketball 2-4; Football 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Letter- mens Club, Sec. 2-4; Boys ' State 3; Roines, Pres., 3-4; Student Affairs Bd., Pres. 4, 2-4; National Honor Society, Vice-pres. 3-4; Junior Class Vice- pres.; Senior Class Vice-pres. JERRY YATES— Intramural 2; League of Honor 2; Track 1. Capt. Phyllis Lynch, Capt. Muriel Huckaby, Col. June Kistler, Lt. Col. Karen McDon- nell, Capt. Merrilyn Lindley, and Maj. Louise Holle, honorary cadets who act as sponsors for Manual ' s ROTC, stand at at- tention in " sharp " crimson and beige uni- forms. Largest-Ever Junior Class Records ' Big ' Year W W W 2 $ Presiding officers for the Junior Class are Charles Mercer, Treasurer; Bonnie Graves, Vice-President; Mitzi Muse, Secretary; Larry Hall, President. Junior Class members elect officers and start mak- ing their plans early in fall. Nominations are made in all Junior home rooms and a ballot election is used. Officers work in council with Mr. J. Ray Johnson, class sponsor, on all class business. A traditional project of the Juniors is to buy and trim the Christmas tree for the main hall. This year ' s Juniors chose an all white tree with red lights, and it was trimmed at a party after school. The next big day for Juniors was " their " day, February 25. Junior Day is observed each year. Class members don best apparel and a red or white carnation. After school at a program in the audi- torium Top Ten Juniors, chosen on scholarship and activities, are announced. A dance in the cafe- teria follows. In the spring comes the Junior Prom. May 1 at Atherton Center, Butler University, a large number of Juniors attended the dance, " Ha- waiian Holiday. " Top Ten scholars of the Junior Class honored on Junior Day are: FRONT ROW: Martin Baron, Edward Zaen- glein, Paul Goss, Larry Hall. BACK ROW: Sandra Steele, Janet Wurz, Karin Dornfeld, Carol Fuchs, Marilyn Burge, Oma Birl. 90 Juniors Martha Abbett, Sandie Abbott, Janice Adams, John Anderson, Tracy Angerer, Carole Archer, Mike Arnold, Brenda Austin. Nancy Baird, Mary Baker, Shirley Baker, Charlotte Barfield, John Barlow, Morris Barnett, Marty Baron, Sharon Basey. Mary Baskett, Jim Bedwell, Leroy Bell, John Bennett, Julie Bewley, Oma Birl, Christina Blumhardt, Sidney Bobb. Begina Bolen, Carol Bottoms, Gary Bough, Jo-Ann Brandon, Judy Brandon, Lydia Brasher, Carolyn Brewer, Barbara Bright. Bobert Brothers, Ella Brown, Julia Brown, Donna Bruggencate, Leon Bu- chanan, Linda Bulthaup, Bichard Bumpus, Thomas Bunnell. Sharon Burgess, Mary Burnette, Bonnie Burton, Bobert Burton, Shirley Bustle, Larry Calvert, Pat Calvert, Tony Carlino. Janet Carnes, John Carr, Paula Carrier, Jim Carson, Jane Carter, Carolyn Carver, David Castor, Larry Chandler. Norma Cheatham, James Church, Bonnie Clark, Johnny Clark, Janet Cobb, Mike Cooley, Kendall Coop, Bobert Cooper. Martha Cox, Willard Crabtree, Tom Cromwell, Bill Cronin, Bonald Crooke, Bobert Cropper, Beverly Cundiff, John Curlin. Bockne Curren, Arnold Dale, Charles Dale, John Danek, Lori Davis, Bussell Davis, Theresa Davis, Bobert Dean. Bradley Dearmond, Bob Deckard, Judy Deckard, Curtis Delk, Janet Dell, Sharon Devine, Ronnie Devore, Susan Devore. Thelma Dick, Shirley Dickerson, Carol Dillehay, Marvin Disbro, Stanley Dishon, Willie Dishon, Larry Dorn, Karin Dornfeld. S iMk M| 10m -v - g t. i . } s . av ) f!j d f ?- Mk m d+L Mm - ► 91 Juniors 3 if 5d Junior Arnold Dale inspects the disc- jockey ' s portable turn-table unit with which he won the Ford Industrial Arts Award of $20 for honorable mention. Karen Duke, Rosemary Eads. Douglas Edwards, Pat Ellis. Beverly Sue Ennis, Diane Eskitch. Elizabeth Everett, Sandra Everett. Pat Ferguson, Stephen Fuires, Bob Fal- lovvfield, Nancy Fill, Jerry Flora, Sharon Ford, Charles Francis, James Franklin. Scott Frazier, Farrell Frentress, Anna Friedman, Carol Fuchs, Michelyn Galla- gher, Carolyn Galyan, Joyce Gant, Sue Gard. Donna Garland, Carl Geer, Lanny Gerber, Barbara Gilliland, Roberta Glass, Fred Golder, Paul Goss, Suzanne Graham. Barbara Grant, Mike Groston, Bonnie Graves, Jim Gray, David Green, Kay Green, Joe Greeson, Dianne Grubb. Hans Gut, Jim Hair, Stanley Halcomb, George Hales, Larry Hall, Ronnie Hamil- ton, Larry Hancock, Tom Hannon. Niles Hanshew, Sharon Hare, Charlene Harris, Judy Harris, Jerry Hart, Margie Hartley, Annie Hatcher, Sue Hawley. John Hayworth, John Healy, Alan Hede- gard, Lois Helfenberger, Larry Hend- ricks, Norma Hendricks, Rex Hendrickson, Walter Hendricks. George Henry, John Hershberger, Judy Herzog, Shirley Higgs, Jo Ann Hilarides, Yvonne Hindman, Janet Hines, Mary Lou Hoeping. 92 Juniors Sandra Hoffmann, Jan Hogue, Diana Holler, Shirley Holman, Sharon Holmes, Arvel Hornback, Nancy Hoyt, Bill Hub- bard. Gerald Huber, Carolyn Hulett, Jack Humes, Charles Humphrey, JoAnn Hum- phrey, Chuck Huppert, Carolyn Ibaugh, Jerry Jensen. Paul Jewell, Katherine Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Betty Jones, Dave Jones, James Jones, Bichard Jones, Glenda Kendrick. Janice Kern, Fredricka Kilgore, Peggy Killion, Bosa Kimbley, Harry Kincade, Phyllis Kindle, Saundra Kinman, Barbara Koenig. Fred Kortepeter, Suellen Kottkamp, Jerry Kupfer, Judy A. LaPinta, Fred Larmore, Sharon Lashley, Sylvia Lawrence, Bay- mond Lee. Bobert Lee, Graydon Lencht, Barbara Leonard, Betty Lester, Michael Lewallen, Denny Limpus, Mary Lockridge, Sandra Lohman. Diana Lonis, Beverly Louks, Evelyn Lowe, Dick Lucas, Marcella Lynn, Doro- thy McConnaha, Julia McGraw, Barbara Ann McKinney. Dave McLynn, Edward McNeely, Ivy Mc- Neil, Wayne McNeil, Beverly McVicker, Kathryn MacKinnon, Jean Malott, Patricia Mann. Allen Marley, Buthann Marshall, Maureen Marx, Joan Mascher. Frances Meador, Frank Meister, Charles Mercer, Bichard Mescall. Anna Miller, Elaine Mills, Becky Mitchell, Helen Mobley. Jack Monday, Donna Monroe, Dave Moore, Freddie Moore. Juniors Wayne Mullen and Janis Small, who played George Gibbs and Emily Webb leads in Mask and Wig ' s production of " Our Town, " are " up- stairs " talking with each other dis- cussing their algebra across their yards. 93 Juniors ■ J » ' fir A ' 5 TV B ffi Sft ft ■f JL-i -i 3S Even the Social Studies Department had its own Christmas tree. Robert Cooper and Sue Lashley are hanging ornaments (bits of historical data) on the silver " tree " made by Mr. Ro- land Hawkins ' United States History class. Bob Morgan, Dave Morgan, Wayne Mul- len, Charles Murray. Mitzi Muse, Ralph Musgrave, Carolyn Mustard, Frances Neal. Gloria Nelson, Dick Newbold, Dave New- man, Wally Oliver. Sharon Oppegard, Margie Orrell, Everett Osborn, Carole Ott. Rose Marie Ottinger, Willie Overton, No- lan Pahud, Judy Palmer, Bob Parker, Vir- gil Parton, Robert Pasch, Dick Patterson. Beverly Payne, Judie Dee Peacock, Mike Pearce, Carolyn Peavler, Marilyn Peavler, Pete Pedersen, Donna Perdue, Richard Perkinson. Rita Perkinson, Nancy Perry, Agris Peter- sons, John Phillips, Bill Pickerel, Dick Powell, Gary Powell, Linda Powell. Donna Powers, Rex Price, Verna Pringle, James Privette, Jim Quattrocchi, Danny Radish, Barth Ragatz, Norm Randall. Barbara Raper, Dick Rasdell, Alfred Ratz, Richard Rea, Nancy Reese, Alvin Rhorer, Ronnie Rice, Don Riggin. Louis Rigney, John Riley, Donnetta Rit- ter, Sandy Robison, Nancy Roe, Sandra Rogers, Laurence Rohrman, Ray Rose. Barbara Rudbeck, John Salman, Luana Sanford, David Sauter, Barbara Scherrer, Joan Scholl, Edwin Schultz, Jim Schulz. David Schwartz, Sharon Sedam, Ed Shafer, Larry Shaner, Phyllis Sheeks, Earl Sherman, Paul Shotts, Geraldine Simpson. 94 Juniors Ottis Sines, Janis Small, David Smith, Gloria Smith, Kara Smith, Shirley Smith, Donald Smith, Peggy Smoot. Karen Sondergard, Carole Speck, Bonnie Spreen, Kenneth St. Clair, Jackie Stanley, Sandie Steele, Elaine Stettler, Ronnie Stuck. Ann Stultz, Joyce Sullivan, Bob Swartz, David Switzer, Jerry Switzer, Sandra Swope, Steve Tabor, Sandy Talbert. Carolyn Taylor, Judee Taylor, David Teepee, Joanne Terry, Stephen Thomas, Carlos Thompson, David Thompson, Or- ville Thompson. Sharon Thompson, Eugene Tompkins, Jerry Towe, Roderic Trabue, Eddie Tucker, Sally Turner, Mary Vandeventer, Beth Ann Van Vlymen. Diana Vaughn, Patricia Vaught, David Vernon, Ed Vittorio, Art Wade, Rod Wade, Jim Wagner, Robert Wagner. Julia Walker, Marilyn Walker, Dick Wal- lace, Sandra Wallace, Marilynne Walls, Jack Walters, Richard Weaver, Angie Webb. Sandy Webb,Ronna Weddell, Jerry Wells, Sam Wessel, Sue Wessel, Ron West, Ada Westerfield, Charles Wettrick. Thelma Wheeler, Nancy White, Linda Whittaker, Fred Wicker. Betty Wiley, Sue Williams, Balph Wis- chmeyer, David Wolford. Roger Wood, Pat Woolman, Rita Wool- sey, Leonard Wright. Janet Wurz, Charles Yager, Ed Zaenglein, Carole Ziegler. Jim Jones, Sandie Steele, Karin Dorn- feld, and David Teepee trim the tra- ditional Junior Class tree for the main hall. In true Manual spirit, this year ' s tree was all white with red lights. ' =® (8l-tt 95 ©a©3i9© OftM£H3? 015 1 f fl W . I ' B Tf Sophomores Carl Abbott, Judith Ackerman, Cecil Adams, Mar y Agan, Stephen Aikin, John Aldrich, Sue Alexander, Margaret Alford. Lynn Amick, John Anderson, Mike Armi- stead, Dennis Armour, Sierra Ashley, Jim Atkins, Judy Atkins, Wanda Bailey. Rose Baker, Sandra Baker, Mary Louise Barton, Eleanor Baugh, Nellie Baughn, Linda Beach, Terry Beck, Steven Benson. Jimmy Berry, John Beuoy, Carol Bidgood, Manley Bishop, William Bloemker, Ervin Boicourt, Steve Boone, Bill Borden. Larry Boring, Jerrene Bowers, Mary Ruth Bowling, Janet Brammer, Noramae Bran- ham, Ralph Brannon, Patty Braughton, Ron Braughton. Sherry Braun, Sandra Breese, Karen Bre- hob, Donald Breimeir, Nancy Brenton, Jack Briggs, Harold Britts, Cheryl Brizen- dine. David Broady, David Bronson, Bill Brown, Bob Brown, Jerry Brown, Joyce Brown, Larry Brown, Dennis Browning. Sara Broz, Shirley Brummett, Ray Brun- nemer, Shirley Bryant, Iva Buchanan, Norman Bullard, Don Bunch, Kay Bunch. Gloria Burge, Marilyn Burge. Bob Burgett, Joan Burrello. Donna Butler, James Butler. Roy Butts, Janet Byard. Tom Kivett, Martha Goode, Nora- mae Branham, and Tom Fink look skeptically at the supposed " delica- cies " ' such as chocolate-covered ants, baby bees, and smoked eel in Mrs. Nancy Faruki ' s Biology IG class. Having read in their biology text that such things are prepared commer- cially and eaten by sane people, they decided to try them. 96 Sophomores Clive Byers, Johnie Byrum, Donald Cald- well, Nancy Callahan, Ronnie Cambridge, Sharon Carlson, Steve Carmean, Philip Carpenter. Sharon Carpenter, Jerry Carter, Linda Caviness, Jo Ann Chandler, Joseph Chan- dler, Jeannie Chapell, William Chappell, Eddie Church. Enid Church, Sandra Church, Brenda Clayton, Clifford Clayton, Pamela Clem- ents, Carolyn Cloyd, Armen Cobb, Rich- ard Cochran. Mona Cole, Kay Collins, Ronald Collins, Jane Cones, Bobby Cook, Charles Cook, James Cook, Gloria Coonfield. Pamela Cooper, Ronald Cooper, Jim Copeland, Mary Cosby, Lee Cover, Gloria Coverstone, Franklin Cox, Mary Cox. Johnny Cravens, Charles Creasey, James Crouch, Judy Crouch, Helen Crow, Jim Cummings, Joe Cummins, Richard Cum- mings. Bob Cummins, Marilyn Cundiff, Ron Cur- ren, Richard Cuthbertson, Carolyn Dale, Donna Danforth, Mildred Danner, Louis Darko. Penny Davenport, Darrell Davis, Harold Davis, Sharon Davis, Carol Dawson, San- dra Dawson, Denny Deem, Sandy Deere. Sam Denton, Donna Derrett, Bill Devine, Nancy Devine, Karla Dilley, James Dod- son, Judy Dorn, Patricia Dotson. Henry Drahos, Jo Ann Duncan, Rozella Durocher, Phillip Dycus, Sharon Eccles, Cynthia Eggert, Gary Elkins, Gene Elliott. Carolyn Ellis, Paul Emberton, Fred Em- bree, Barbara Emrich, James England, Judy England, Rita Ervin, Marylin Evans. Carolyn Farmer, Nadine Faughn, Nancy Ferguson, Phyllis Ferguson, Nickolas Fer- ris, Phillip Fields, Thomas Fink, Marlis Finke. ' $£% Q A 97 Sophomores ®§m t . HBl. .7v ( H i S$ Each year many underclassmen re- spond to calls for talent in the Tee Pee Talent Parade. Sophomore Judith Oclschlager entertained the audience with a ballet. Jack Finn, Jerry Flake, James Floyd, Joe Fobbs. Dick Foran, Lee Foster, Bill Freeman, LaVoy Freeman. Martha Fuqua, Robert Gambold, Virginia Gammon, Joe Gerber. Dennis Gilbert, Donna Glass, Carol Gob- ble, Martha Goode. Carol Gordon, Mike Graston, Billy Graves, Betty Green, Bill Greene, Judy Griffith, Judy Grubb, Linda K. Haas. Lynda L. Haas, Beverly Hadley, Eddie Hair, Thomas Hall, Linda Hansen, Nor- man Hanshew, Shirland Hardman, Betty Harlow. Judy R. Harris, Leon B. Harris, Janice Harrison, Donna Hawkins, Mary Haw- thorne, Cindy Haynes, Phyllis Heavrin, Tana Heldman. Barbara Helm, Vivian Hendricks, Albert Henschen, Bob Herman, Carolyn Herring, Henry Hester, Mike Higgins, Barbara Hinds. Edna Hines, Elmer Hines, Mora Hines, Caroll Hinton, Charles Hix, Charlene Hodges, Carol Heoping, Scott H. Hoereth. Sheryl Hoffmeister, Pat Chequita Hogue, Charles Holleraft, Louetta Hoover, Bob Howell, Alice Hughes, Sharon Hughes, John Hurt. Robert Huston, Ralph Huth, Kenneth L. Hutson, Ronald Hyatt, Karen Ingle, Gloria Jacobs, Pete Jarosenski, Janice E. Jarrett. John Jarvis, Sarah Jaynes, Nancy Jenkins, Steve Jenkins, Vickie Jenkins, Charles Jen- sen, Sharon Jensen, Sylvia Jensen. 98 Sophomores Brenda Jewell, Jacqueline John, Carolyn Johnson, Ronnie Johnson, Faye Jones, Larry Jones, Sharon Jones, Shirley Jones. JoAnn Kattau, Vivian Jones, Karen Katt- mann, Judy Kelley, Ann Kelsey, Donna Kenney, Jerry Kermeen, Barbara Kern. Barbara Kerr, Judy Kinnaman, Sondra Kirk, Thomas Kivett, David Le Klingler, Arlene Knight, Betty Knight, Kenny Knight. Paul A. Kortepeter, Darlene Koser, Jean Kottlowski, Shirley Kratowicz, Brenda Krick, Rebecca Krom, Wes Lance, Frances Irene Langford. Jim Lanham, Judy LaRue, Betty Law- rence, Patrick Layton, Sandy Lee, Ted Lewis, Lawrence Lindley, Dick Listen- berger. Sharon Lively, Patricia Lockridge, Donna Losey, Helen Lothridge, Rose Lowe, Linda Lowery, Carolyn Lucas, Charles Lucas. Kathleen Ludeman, Donald Manes, James Mankedick, Winifred Manwaring, Jackie Marley, Connie Martin, Tim Martin, Ida Matheson. Richard McClure, Marshall McCollom, Paul McCombs, Roy McCubbins, Robert McCurry, Terry McDonnell, Clifford Mc- Guire, Jereane McKee. Bonnie McKinney, Eldon McKinney, Dal- las McLaughlin, Deanna Mclaughlin. Rose McLinn, Sharon McQueen, David Meador, Linda Meadows. Michael Miller, Frank Minardo, Karen Miner, Tom Minor. Judith Mitchell, Linda Mobley, Sam Mon- roe, Barbara Moore. Sophomores Ruth Muir and Judy Norcross combined their talents to play a piano duet in the Tee Pee Tal- ent Parade. 4 3 iff (9 f% a A A A ' ftfta 99 Aft ' ft SMIfitS 9909 Sophomores Betty Moore, Bill Moore, Carol Moore, Julia Moore, Catherine Moore, Pamalia Moore, Balph Moore, Balph L. Moore. Carolene Moorhead, Ray Morefield, Sharon Mortenbeck, Tom Morwick, James Mosley, Don Moulder, Norman Mount- joy, Carolyn Mudd. Elmer Muesing, Ruth Muir, Richard Mustard, Sam Mustard, Steven Myers, Mary Neesen, Joseph Nelson, Jimmy Nichols. Wayne Niehaus, Saundra Noles, Judy Norcross, Sue Nordholt, Wesley O ' Neal, Don Owen, Patricia Owen, Gary Owens. Martha Pardue, David Parker, Donna Parrish, Kay Parrott, Barbara Parton, Richard Pasch, Jerry Patterson, Mary Pat- terson. Linda Perdue, Roberta Perkins, Michele Perkinson, Carol Perry, Jennie Perry, Jim Peters, Larry Petree, Ralph Pettis. Gerald Pierson, Marianna Pierson, Esther Piper, Carylon Pool, Johnny Pool, Doro- thy Porter, Joella Powers, Carole Quatt- rocchi. Karen Rae, Mary Ralston, Harley Ramsey, Sharon Ransdell, Sue Ray, Bob Reese, Deanna Reeves, Virdon Reeves. Bill Rhode, Lynn Richardson, Robert Riddell, Carla Riegel. Carolyn Risinger, Jimmy Roberson, Judy Robertson, Betty Robison. David Roll, Jackie Romano, Jerrie Ro- mano, Pat Rooney. Marilyn Rose, Robert Rothwell, Netia Royer, Sandra Rullman. Bill Schmidt, student photographer, works with the enlarger in the Dark Room while printing pictures for The Ivian. 100 Sophomores Mrs. Mildred Has kens ' English Speech Class broadcast a program for Junior Town Meeting. Members of the panel who discussed the prob- lems of going to college are Tom Van Arsdale, Lee Foster, Dick Van Ars- dale, and Bill Rhode. Ray Salisbury, Janet Sanders. Sharon Sarkine, Joyce Schaefer. Linda Schaub, David Scheib. Harry Schmidt, Sharon Scholl. Barbara Schwartz, Peggy Sedam, Sue Sedam, Larry Sexton, Raymond Seyfried, Richard Seyfried, Diana Shafer, Joe Shaw. Linda Shaw, Gay Shearls, Betty Sheets, Mike Shingleton, Charles Shipley, Jean Shipley, Paulette Shirley, Larry Short. Robert Shotts, Barbara Shoults, Eugene Sims, John Skaggs, Patricia Skillern, Charles Slayton, Jackie Smith, Jacqueline Smith. Jerri Smith, Paula Smith, Reta Smith, Steve Smith, Billy Snead, Robert Snider, Bobbie Sodrel, Lester Sommers. Shelby Sparks, Jo Anne Spears, Connie Spradlin, Dave Sprague, Raymond Stap- ert, Janice Stephenson, Sue Stevens, Ed Stiegelmeyer. Richard Stillabower, Darleene Stratton, Gloria Streeval, Sara Strother, Judy Stuck, Jim Suddeth, Patricia Sullivan, Charles Summers. Raymond Swinford, Sharon Tague, Janet Taylor, Virginia Taylor, David Temple- ton, Judy Terhune, Donna Terry, Carol Thomas. Pat Thomas, Raynor Thompson, Robert Thompson, Sherilee Thurston, Audrey Tinsley, Bonnie Tittle, Sharon Todd, Ralph Tolliver. 101 •3a t.S3, Sophomores Linda Tomlinson, Bill Toney, Nancy Toney, Shirley Toney, Sondra Townsend, Louis Trefry, Ronald Trisler, Beth Ann Tucker. John Turk, Barbara Turner, Ray Turner, Joe Umbenhower, Viivi Uuk, Dick Van Arsdale, Tom Van Arsdale, Bill Van Bibber. Connie Van Busum, Sandy Vaughn, Sharon Ventrees, Albert Verdouw, Rita Verhines, Barbara Vest, George Waite, Steve Walden. Hilda Waldkoetter, Bob Walker, Char- lene Walker, Larry Walker, Marcia Walk- er, Sharon Walker, Richard Walls, Thomas Warfield. Kay Warrenburg, Richard Watson, Ro- lene Webb, Barbara Weddel, John Weist, Jerry Welsh, Jerry West, Violet Wester- field. Phyllis Wheatcraft, Jackie White, Karen White, LaRue White, Mike White, Ruth White, Robert Whiteside, James Whitham. Geraldine Whitlow, Alice Whitney, Charles Wicker, John Wilde, Katherine Wilde, Gary Wilkinson, Don Willenberg, Marjorie Williams. Paula Williams, George Wilmoth, Ernest Wilson, Larkie Lou Wilson, Merrix Wil- son, Robert Wilson, Mary Winstead, David Witham. Roger Witt, Darlena Wolf, Frank Wolfla, Nancv Wonders. Larry Wood, Larry L. Wood, Edwin Woodrum, Patty Woods. Johnny Wright, Roger A. White, Roger L. White, Marcia Yocum. Donna York, Paulette Zeis, Charles Zim- merman, Dennis Zompetti. Professor Willard, Larry Lindley, gives the vital statistics on Grovers Corners to Tom Fink, the stage man- ager in Thornton Wilder ' s " Our Town. " 102 Freshmen Linda Abrams, James Adams, Jeffrey Adams, Kenny Aldrich, Bill Alte, Jerry Ammerman, Larry Ammerman, Lloyd Anderson. Rex G. Anderson, Dick Andrews, Ruth Armstrong, John Arthur, Brenda Ashley, Sharon Baird, Paul Baker, Morris Ball. Bonnie Barknaw, Becky Barnes, Jim Barnett, Liz Baron, Billy Baugh, Lynn Baugh, Garth Bennett, Kathie Bennett. Cheryl Berkhardt, Marjorie Berry, Mary Louise Berry, Nyle Biggerstaff, Alice Bivens, Greg Blount, David Borris, Hugh Bothwell. James Bowen, Terry Boyer, Bernard Bradshaw, Vincent Brandlein, Dianna Brier, Andrew Brirt, Larry Brooks, Janet Brown. Lenora Brown, Robert Brown, Sally Brown, Tim Brown, Charlotte Bruggen- cate, Jimmie Brummett, Linda C. Bruner, L. C. Bunton. Sharon Burk, Judith Burnell, Thomas Burnette, Don Burns, Evelyn Burton, Add Butler, Allie Butler, Charles Butler. Cheryl Butler, Danny Butler, Robert But- terfield, Glenn Callaway, Wayne Cantrell, Forest Carpenter, Ruth Ann Carrier, Leon Carter. Sherri Caviness, William Chapman, Sharon Chenoweth, Ray Childers, Patri- cia Childs, Kenneth Claiborne, Linda Claiborne, Joe Clements. Marshall Cloyd, Thomas Cloyd, James Coffey, James Coffman, Jim Coleman, Tom Collins, Vicki Collins, Mary Anna Coonfield. Gloria Cooper, Ronnie Cooper, Curtis Crabtree, Gene Crawford, Charles Creas- ser, Phyllis Crisp, Shirley Crisp, Mary Cromwell. Geraldine Crowdus, Jerry Cummins, Steve Cummings, Linda S. Curtis, Sandra Curt- is, Claudia Dailey, Eddie Damrell, Rob- ert Daniels. 90 3 -Q Q lb $£L iA ' J C-JL t 103 Freshmen Smallest freshman girl and boy are selected each year at Homecoming time to bear the crowns for the King and Queen. Papooses Jim Hamner and Christine Schofield with escorts, freshmen football players, Jim Wheeler and Ron Stacy, were driven in the Homecoming Parade by Mau- rie Bush and Jim Cummins. Carolyn Darland, Charles Davis. Keith Davis, Nancy DeBow. Judy Deer, Bratcher DeMarcus. Chuck Dennison, Nancy DeBolf. Cheryll DeSimone, Gloria Dewey, Sandra Dewey, Karen DeWitt, Rossie Dickerson, Harold Dillman, Dave Donahue, Lacie Dotson. Ronald Douglas, Tom Dresslar, Denny Drinkwine, Boh Drotz, James Duncan, James Durham, Larry Durham, DeLee Eader. Nancy Eads, Marcia Easley, James East- erly, Ruth Edmonds, Ruth Edwards, Dennis Eickhoff, Larry Ellingwood, Jen- nifer Ellis. Michael Ellis, Wiley Embry, Carol Eng- land, Joyce Esch, Warren Evans, Shirley Farno, Beverly Faysal, Sue Fish. Sheryl Fix, Barbara Flaskamp, Louise Foley, Mike Foley, Jerry Fox, Clyde Frantzreb, Joyce Fravel, Cynthia Frazier. Claudette Frentress, Ronald Fritch, Gary Fritts, William Gammon, Sylvia Garmon, Henry Geldmeier, Barbara Geerge, Cindy George. Thomas George, Steve Goad, Jerry Gor- don, Judith Gordon, Mike Gosnell, Jane Graham, Donald Grant, Linda Graves. Shirley Ann Graves, Avalon Green, Ken- neth Green, Dean Gregory, Billie Gum, Ruth Hackleman, Alan Hale, Jackie Hall. 104 Freshmen Kenneth Hall, Jim Hamner, Judy Hanke- meier, Terry Hannon, Janie Hansen, Rich- ard Hardwick, Peggy Harper, Sandra Harper. Delores Harvey, Dean Hasselburg, Evelyn Hawkins, Charles Hayes, Sandra Head, Nancy Heavrin, Rex Hedegard, Judy Henderson. Joyce Henricks, Dean Henson, Sarah Hen- son, Terry Hiatt, Timmy Hickey, Fran- ces Hieb, Harry Hildebrandt, Horst Hilde- brandt. L Joyce Hinesley, Jackie Hittle, Steve Hoff- man, Judith Hogue, William Hogue, Steve Hollcraft, Sandra Holler, Rennie Holman. Laverne Hoover, Dianna Hopkins, Michael Hopkins, Judy Hoyt, Jim Hud- dleston, Kathryn Huddleston, Shirley Humphrey, Vern Hunter. George Hutson, Frank Iannuzzi, Robert Iverson, Tommy Janke, Gloria Jarvis, Johnny Jaynes, Michael Jenkins, Albert Jewell. Steve Jewell, Art Johnson, Dale Johnson, George Johnson, Marvia Johnson, Jack Jones, James Jones, Janet Jones. Sharon Jones, Sharron Jones, Diana Jor- dan, Larry Jordan, Johnny Justice, Susan Kahn, Jerry Karn, Reth Karns. Margaret Karns, Nancy Karstedt, Mary Kay, Kenny Kehl. Linda Kelley, Robert Kelley, Ralph Ke- kar, Sue Kendrick. John Kieninger, Norma Kilgore, Mike Kin- man, Sarah Jo Kinnaman. Richard Kirby, Barbara Kirk, Donald Kleppe, Eileen Krauss. Mr. Ben Parke ' s freshmen math class decorated a Christmas tree with geo- metric ornaments made from colored construction paper. Kenneth Green and Ruth Hackleman are hanging the ornaments on the branches. 105 Freshmen ass® 32 s T 4 l « Freshmen are entertained each De- cember with a Christmas party by the Senior Class. Ron Susemichel donned beard and red suit to play Santa Claus for the guests. Cheryl Osborne sits on Santa ' s lap to confide her Christmas wishes while Carl Wal- lace waits his turn. Roselyn Kupfer, Mike LaFollette, Rob- ert Lasley, Carolyn Laughlin. Kathy Lee, Patricia Lee, Rebecca Leon- ard, Herb Lepper. Mary Alice Lewis, Sandra Lewis, Bill Lindemann, Tina Linz. Vilis Lisments, Robert Lloyd, Roy Lock- ridge, Pam Loeblin. Jim Long, Ronald Lowe, Marilyn Lynch, Jimmie Lynn, William Lyon, Carolyn Maddox, John Mails, Donald Majors. Jeannine Mailing, Jerry Manes, Marilyn Manley, Tom Marshall, Daniel Martin, Elsa Maschmeyer, James Massey, Jane McBride. Dorothy McCollom, Hervey McDaniel, Richard McDaniels, Sandy McGurer, Dorothy McLaughlin, Judy McMillin, Jerry McQueeney, Charles Miller. Harvey Miller, Shirley Miller, Steve Mil- ler, Sue Miller, Mary Milli, Ben Miner, Dave Mink, Bob Mogle. Willie Montgomery, Carolyn Moore, Den- nis Moore, Jene Moore, Manuel Morgan, Alice Morris, Dianne Moulder, Kelly Napier. • Anna Neal, John Neal, Don Nelson, Phil- lip Nelson, Patricia Nixon, Judith Ocl- schlager, Bruce Ogden, Johnny Ogle. Pat Oliver, Linda O ' Neal, Jack O ' Neill, Ray Orebaugh, Larry Orrell, Bruce Os- borne, Cheryl Osborne, Larry Outcalt. Mary Barbara Padgett, James Pasch, Rob- ert Passwaiter, Catherine Patterson, Ron- ald Payne, Don Pearson, Gloria Pettis, Edward Phelps. 106 Freshmen Frances Phillips, Mildred Phillips, Ron- ald Phillips, Bob Pierpont, John Plake, Kay Poland, Harold Poteet, Gerry Powell. Janice Pratt, David Pulse, Victoria Quarles, Joyce Radish, Bill Ralston, Judy Rayburn, Conrad Reed, Susan Reed. Ronnie Reover, Betty Reeves, Gloria Reich, Lynn Rexrode, Ronnie Rexrode, Ronald Rexrode, Ronnie Rice, Wayne Rice. Candace Richards, Steve Richards, Steve Richwine, Roger Riddell, Jim Rightor, Peggy Rippy, Terry Robinson, Dave Rock- well. Denis Rockwell, Ivan Roddy, Sharon Roeder, Jacqueline Rutledge, Kim San- ford, Charles Sattler, Donnie Sawyer, Ronnie Sawyer. Jim Schaefer, Raymond Schakel, Kenneth Scharfe, Louis Scheer, Linda Schmitt, Jerry Schnitzius, Christine Schofield, Lynn Schreiber. Linda Schroeder, Tom Schulz, James Scott, Marcia Scott, Cliff Seyfried, Joseph Sferruzzi, Chuck Shade, Beverly Shaffer. Georgia Shaner, Ronald Shaw, John Sher- rill, Janice Shives, Larry Shingleton, Dwight Shular, Dale Smiley, Berry Smith. Bill Smith, Carolyn Smith, Cheryl Smith, Eddie Smith, Henry Smith, Fowell Smith, Robert E. Smith, Robert L. Smith. Ronald Smith, Martha Snider, Louetta Sobel, Sandy Spears, Mary Speck, Frank Speziale, Ronald Stacy, Mary Stafford. Manson Stansifer, Barbara Stevens, Pat Stewart, Sue Stienecker, Tom Stipp, Mi- chelle Stoneburner, Harold Stroud, Jay Stuard. Steve Sudler, O ' Dean Sutton, Sharon Sutt- ner, Eugene Swam, Jacqueline Swatts, James Tallent, Carole Taylor, Faye Taylor. 107 Freshmen GQ Theresa Taylor, William Taylor, Dale Thomas, Paulette Thomas, Dave Thomp- son, Mary Thompson, William Todd, Joan Toenjes. Carol Toon, Lonne Torreyson, Patricia Townsend, Cordia Tressler, Paula True- man, Ralph Truesdale, Sandy Tucker, Linda Turner. Rita Turner, Larry Tuttle, Alice Tyree, Don Umbenhower, Phyllis Underhill, Loren Vandagrifft, Brenda Vandivier, Judith Van Huss. Sandra VanTreese, Richard Van Vlymen, Maurice Voyles, Sheila Waggoner, Karen Wagner, Jo Ellen Walden, Rosie Walker, Teresa Walker. Carl Wallace, Charles Wallace, Louise Ward, George Warfield, Robert Webb, Donna Weidner, Dale Weiler, Don Weimer. Sherman Weiler, Dorothy Welsh, Debby West, Marcella Westbrook, Dhina West- lake, Bob Wetzel, Billie Rae Wheeler, Jim Wheeler. Ken Wheeler, Tom Wheeler, Kathy White, Dorothy Whitham, William Whit- ley, Solomon Whitlow, David Whitson, Phil Whitt. Richard Whitt, Mike Wiley, John Wilkin- son, Janet Willenberg, Judith Williams, Mark Williams, Nathan Williams, J Winckelbach. Calvin Winston, Bob Wire. Donald Wynn, Cecil Yates. Thomas Yaudas, Mike Young. Mark Zaenglein, Deanna Zimmerman. All freshmen are assigned to Orien- tation their first semester. During this class period for part of the term, they have instruction in Reading Lab to improve their reading speed and comprehension. Miss Judy Rodman is helping Eddie Damrell, Brenda Ashley, and Kathy White. 108 New Comers Mary Beeman, Stephen Brownlee, Bob Canfield, Leo Canfield. Sandra Gudat, Charles Hampton, John Hershberger, Ida Matheson. David McMillin, Sharon Smith. January 9B ' s Columbus Abbott, Howard Alexander. Masoma Elaine Schultz introduces Miss Virginia Edds, school nurse, to Freshmen Deanna Borgmann, Carol Davis, and Kathy Burks while show- ing them around Manual. Bob Andrews, John Barnes, Walter Bar- ' ron, James Baughman. Phillip Bell, Sandra Bewley, Deanna Borgmann, Starr Bright. Jeanine Browning, Kathy Burks, Sarah Buckner, Judy Burnell, Judy Burnett, Sharon Burns, Eddie Calvert, Pauline Cheatham. William Childers, James Clark, Linda Clouse, Jackie Cummins, Vicki Curren, Nancy Dale, Billilynne Daley, Carol Davis. Jim Dehoney, John Dell, Judy Dorsett, Melony Doty, Eddie Eccles, Charles Elli- ott, John Evans, Karen Garner. Marcella Gladden, Sue Groce, Jennia Gevin, Pamela Haug, Dennis Henderson, Robert Hillman, Shirley Hillman, Dona Holman. Steve Houser, Stephanie Huston, David Johnson, John Justice, Maurice Kindle, Klaus Kirstein, Barry Kuner, Roselyn Kupfer. Robert Lambert, Steve Lawson, Janet Lowe, June Lynam, Carol Maler, Alice Matheson, Ruthanne McClain, Mary Meyer. Richard Meyer, Michael Sheridan, Joyce Miller, Ethel Mitchner, Richard Monday, Charles Monroe, Charles Montgomery, Dave Morris. WWW i 4 7 . 109 f9 J A w 8MIS.9 no January 9B ' s Bill Mothershed, Connie Norris, Patsy Norris, Rodney Norton, Michael O ' Brien, Jerry O ' Neal, Roy Owens, Mary Pat- terson. Phyllis Powers, Dennis Richards, Judy Robbins, Sharon Roberts, Rick Rucker, Milton Sanderfer, Patricia Sankey, Lin- dalu Schwartz. Hellis Scott, Gloria Sebree, Mary Shotts, Gerald Smith, Varnie Smith, Phyllis Soots, Ronnie Stainbrook, Judy Stanges. Philip Steele, Sue Stephenson, Maurice Stone, Glen Stout, Patricia Taylor, Alford Thomas, Linda Thomas, Eileen Ver- million. Joy Alice Vornehm, Carol Wainscott, Patricia Walls, Sherry Walls, Diana Washington, Roger Lee Wathen, James Weddle, Jacqueline Wichard. Laura Wier, Billy Wilhite, Janice Wil- liams, Dennis Wolfe, Nancy Wolford, Linda Woods, Theresa Woolsey, Diane Baker John Beeman, Virginia Bennett, Donna Berry, Jimmie Bonds, Carlene Booth, Richard Borchers, Russell Bradshaw, Steven Brandlein. Donna Lee Brant, Dennis Breedlove, Wil- liam Brown, Diana Brownlee, Lynda Bur- rello, Gerald Butler, Billy Carver, Dor- othy Chasteen. Madonna Chasteen, Ted Collins, Burton Courtney, Paula Cromwell. Judy Daugherty, David Davidson, Robert Dearing, Neville Denzil. Glenn Doty, Jerry Ownn, Karen Ed- monds, Roger Embry. Phyllis Engleman, Donetta Fairchild, Janet Filds, Julia Ford. Leading cheers for the Eighth Grade teams were Virginia Bennett, Janice Ryder, Phyllis Powers, and Ruth- anne McClain. 8th Grade Keith Fordyce, Sharon Geer. Diane Green, Earl Green. Gloria Green, Roger Green. Phyllis Greene, Leora Hadus. EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL —FRONT ROW: Glen Skiver, Phil Steele, Doug Mullen, Mike Shea, Dennis Breedlove, Burton Courtney. SECOND ROW: Jerry Steadham, Student Manager, Billy Carver, Keith Fordyce, Roger Wathen, Bill Wilhite, Ted Collins, Coach Carl Roberts. Frank Hagan, Gilbert Hamilton, Sharon Hammond, Jean Harris, Lois Harris, Jane Henderson, Terry Higgins, Barbara Hoff- meister. Glada Hornback, Oran Hornback, Sue Hurt, Michael Jacobs, Victor Jacobs, Mary Kepley, James Lane, Robert Layton. Judith Lee, Charles Lemme, Barbara Lewis, Kenny Lewis, Peggy Lory, Ronnie Lowery, Peggy Maynard, Pamela Mc- Carty. Linda McClure, Nancy McDaniel, Robert Melton, Billie Meyer, JoAnn Moran, Vaida Mikits, Douglas Mullen, Cathleen Nolting. Vicki Oliver, Peggy Pearce, Patrick Pen- nington, Jane Perkon, Suzanne Pullen, Tim Quack, Kenny Rash, Ray Clyde. James Richards, Mike Roush, Janice Ryder, Curtis Sandefur, Mike Shea, Glen Skiver, Connie Skoog, Anita Smith. Hattie Stansberry, Terry Steadham, Greta Steele, Carolyn Stratton, Nancy Stroy, Patty Sullivan, Bob Surber, Janet Tucker. Barbara Turner, Lewis Vanghan, Linda Walker, Nancy Weddle, Phil Wesner, Kenneth Wilde, Ann Williams, Judy Wurz. » i: T5 - rfctveiti ifta As future leaders and homemakers of this community, we Manual- ites are already looking for the best places to shop and the best prod- ucts and services to buy. Ivian advertisers are getting in their bid for our patronage by supporting our school and our yearbook for they know that Redskins and their families are good customers. Every year several hundred Manual graduates settle down right here as consumers in the business world. Since these ads have been posed by our fellow students, they are doubly interesting to us. 113 YOU ' LL PASS INSPECTION TOO when you have uniforms cleaned with Crown ' s Sanitone process. Cottons and shirts too will look like new when Crown launders them. CROWN Laundry • Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning 2901 East Washington Street ME. 7-3331 Honorary Col. June Kistler awards an inspection ribbon to Pfc. Jerry West. FLAT TOPS are a specialty of Wayne ' s Barber Shop as Manualities Ronald Waugh, Bill Willsey, and Larry Elslaeger will attest. WAYNE ' S BARBER SHOP 2225 Shelby Street ST. 4-0658 Barbers are Frank Martin, Carl Knight, and Wayne Clasby, and the shine boy, Oscar Jeffers. You Like It— It Likes You 65 1 East Twentieth Street WA. 3-4545 Toasting with Sparkling 7-Up are June Kistler, John Hershberger, Linda Fritsche, Ray Schultz and Sandie Steele. Southern Circle Drive In 4100 South East Street ST. 6-1491 Circle ' Round the Southern Circle Drive-In, popular snack stop of Manualites. Jerry Isaacs, Sharon Smith, and Bob Jeffries await a scrumptious order at the Circle. STANDING READY to serve you is Kinman ' s Garage as Arnold Dale and Kay Kleifgen point out. Motor Tune-ups 23 Vz -Hour Wrecking Service KINMAN GARAGE 3001 Shelby Street ST. 4-0043 115 Make It Michel ' s for the " most " in drug-store supplies. Michel Pharmacy with 5 locations No. 1—2202 Shelby Street — ST 4-6530 No. 2—2177 South Meridian — ST 6-7961 No. 3— 2143 Prospect Street— ME 8-9290 No. 4—1857 Shelby Street — ST 4-5498 No. 5—2602 Shelby Street — ST 4-1600 Linda Hansen and Larry Lindley shop with Pharmacist John Michel. What ' ll It Be? " Why a pizza, of course, " declare Phyllis Brehob and Sharon Lahrman, as they order the mouth-watering treat from Pizza Don ' s 2650 Madison Avenue ST. 7-0402 HOT DOG! Stark Wetzel ' s skinless wieners make any picnic a success. StarlfWetzel MEAT PRODUCTS General Offices, Indianapolis Linda Fritchie, John Hershberger, Tommy Kistler, and June Kistler enjoy a Stark and Wetzel wiener roast in Garfield Park. GOING STEADY is symbolized with an exchange of rings. Carolyn Ibaugh and Joan Scholl com- pare rings from Charles B. Dyer Co., Inc. Jeweler 234 Massachusetts Ave. ME. 4-3381 An Orchid Occasion decides Karen McDonnell as she shows Jim Schulz white orchids, a specialty of Buescher Florists. For festive bouquets and exquisite corsages, call George Buescher Son. Florists 503 E. Southern Avenue ST. 4-2457 G. H. HERRMANN Funeral Home A Finer Service — A Fairer Price Ambulance Service 1505 South East Street ME. 2-8488 Indianapolis 25 KO-WE-BA " Means the Best " And Mrs. Agatha Riley, dietician, agrees as she shows Beverly Cundiff samples from Manual ' s ample larder. Kothe, Wells Bauer 50 S. Ko-We-Ba Lane ME. 6-4507 Pretty as a Picture are frilly party dresses that are Gregg dry-cleaned. Joan Scholl, Military Ball Queen, is the center of attraction in her lacy formal. Gregg Cleaners 1004 Madison Avenue ME. 6-6501 2630 Madison Avenue ST. 6-0663 3455 Shelby Street ST. 6-9877 A TISKET, A TASKET these posies fill a basket from Madison Avenue Flower Shop. They will delight any flower lover. Bill Rhode and Linda Loeper admire the colorful posies. MADISON AVENUE FLOWER SHOP 2457 Madison Avenue ST. 4-4446 SECURITY. . . An apple for Teacher may bring mo- mentary security, but money in the bank means a safe-guard for the future. Open an account with — Dorothy Porter and Miss Patricia Boles. SHELBY STREET Federal Savings and Loan Association 1447 Shelby Street ME. 5-1503 Emcees of Distinction! are properly dressed in formal attire from Skeffington ' s. Dennis Jackson and John Hershberger, Redskin Revue " bosses, " check a program for cues. SKEFFINGTON ' S Tuxedo Rental, Inc. 245 N. Pennsylvania Street ME. 4-1583 Makers of Fine Printing Plates zfrUol Engraving Electrotype Co. 609 1 2-615 1 2 East Monroe Street • Springfield, Illinois Yearbook staffers prepare photographs for Capitol. Seated are Senior Editor Diana Hill and Editor-in-Chief Karen McDonnell, and standing, Photographer Bill Schmidt, Faculty Editor Merrilyn Lindley, and Organizations Editor Sandie Steele. 120 Drink • EO.W.S.PAT. OFR In Bottles Roines members Steve Wright, Keith Nave, Alan Foster, and John Stafford work feverishly to supply thirsty seniors with refreshing Coca-Cola at the Senior Day party. Delicious Delight is what you ' ll find when you stop for a treat at — DRIRV QUEEN 1RIAT FOR TASff® A f00D FOR W0 Pleasure is written all over the faces of Ronnie Cambridge and Merrilyn Lindley as they take their first bite of a super-duper Dairy-Queen cone. Prescription Specialist When Pharmacist Malcolm Herr fills a prescription, you can be sure it is per- fectly done. Customers are Marilyn Burge and Elaine Schultz. HAWKINS PHARMACY 234 E. Southern Avenue ST. 4-2700 ST. 7-5335 GOLD STAR Symbol of the Most Advanced, Most Complete, Most Fully Automatic Range Ever Made! See GOLD STAR gas ranges at your gas appliance dealer ' s store 122 Fair Trade One doesn ' t mind giving up a Herff- Jones ring if he gets a Herff-Jones ring in return. Jon Morris and Becky Koenig. HERFF JONES COMPANY 1401 North Capitol Avenue ME. 5-1554 A Sneak Preview of the cover for the ' 59 Ivian brings sighs of admiration from June Kistler and Georgann Coldren. Molloy-Made by The S. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 North Western Avenue Chicago 18, Illinois A NEAT TRIM is what you ' ll have when you get a haircut at — Chenowethfs Barber Shop 2612 Shelby Street ST. 6-3467 " Slim " Chenoweth clips Bill Schmidt while Melvin Cheno- weth waits on another customer in the background. A Perfect Shot! ' Photographer Earl Loudermilk snaps Miss Delinda Reeves otafl Penonalized Portraiture 124 SHELL GAS UP! at Cook ' s Shell Service 2304 Madison Avenue ST. 4-0665 John Anderson and Dick Jones keep their cars in tip-top shape with regular stops at Shell. Garden Fresh — are the salad greens and vegetables Manual ' s chief salad maker, Mrs. Oma Bell, prepares for lunch as Dorothy Porter watches in anticipation. SAM ROSE SON Fruits and Vegetables 319 South New Jersey Street ME. 2-2459 Well! Welding— And the " power " behind the blow- pipes being used by Don Manes and Norm Mountjoy comes from INDIANA OXYGEN COMPANY 435 South Delaware St. MElrose 2-4525 Time flies so fast — another school year has ended. For The Ivian staff — a year of toil — meeting deadlines — running to the printers — pasting proofs — OK-ing copy — We can ' t believe that it ' s really finished. Many students will be back next year; but others of us must say good-by to classes, friends, sub-zero football bouts, thrill- packed basketball games, dances, noisy lunch hours, quiet study halls, and the other good times that make our high school days memorable — and it ' s all recorded for you between these covers. So £ td Oux 7 fe ? mp ' 59 127 Index Activities 10-23 Advertising 1 12-125 Album 62-111 Athletics 42-61 Auditoriums 10-11 Band 17, 38, 85 Baseball 50-51 Basketball 57-60 Booster Staff 30 Boys ' Physical Education 44 Cheerleaders 56 Cherry Tree Hop 23 Choir 36 Citizens League 40 Classes 6-9 Cub Club 30 Cross Country 46 Dads Club 22,61 Dance Band 38 Eighth Grade 110-111 Faculty 64-69 FHA Club 35 Football Action 52-55 Freshmen 103-109 FTA Club 33 Girls ' Physical Education 45 Glee Club 37 Glee-ettes 37 Golf Team 51 Hi-Y Club 34 Homecoming 16 Industrial Arts Club 40 Ivan and Ann 23 Ivian Staff 31 Junior Officers 90 Junior Red Cross 35 Juniors 90-95 128 Kiwanis Award 17 Latin Club 33 Lettermen ' s Club 41 Mask and Wig 19, 32 Math Club 41 Masomas 27 National Honor Society 24 National Thespians 29 News Bureau 31 Operetta 18 Opportunity Day 14 Orchestra 39 Organizations 24-41 Pep Band 61 Pep Club 42 P-TA 22 Quill and Scroll 29 Radio Speech Club 32 Redskin Revue 20-21, 72, 75 Roines 26 ROTC 12 ROTC Sponsors 89 Science Club 41 Seniors 70-89 Senior Council 70 Senior Day 13, 78, 81 Senior Officers ' 70 Sophomores 96-102 Spanish Club 33 Stage Crew 32 String Ensemble 39 Student Affairs Board 28 Teacher-Pupil Day 13 Track 48-49 Tri-Hi-Y 34 Vocal Ensemble 36 Wrestling 47 Y-Teens 34


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