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

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library Emmerich Manual High School 2405 Madison Avenue oris. Indiana 46225 e tectittfy ml ' 6t ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS MANUALITES COMMUNITY Page 25 Page 45 Page 65 Page 1 1 9 contents VI % if. if t r 4 t, SflL-s MANUAUTES ' . v »VV , • - » A nmf jtt ' wmmmm FACES REFLECT THE HAPPY YEAR Reflecting on ' 61 brings varied images to mind as our Ivian creates for each of us a mental " montage " of interesting classes, favorite teachers, fun-filled lunch periods, eventful club meetings, wonderful dances, and lasting friendships. We can relive this school year through these pages both now and in the years to come. All 1 ,973 of us Manual ites are captured here by camera, and the highlights of our school year are recorded in print as we are REFLECTING ON ' 61 Year ' Round, Each. Day Crowds with Studies, Fun Arriving at school, Dorothv backs into a space on the parking lot where some 450 cars are parked daily. Like all of us. Dorothy ' s school day begins and ends at her locker where she keeps wraps, books, and " stuff. " High school days are busy days for students who enjoy studies and like being with people. Most of us carry a minimum of four solids and one or two half-credit subjects, so we spend much of each day in classrooms. After school, though, many find time to take part in extra-curricular activities. Every afternoon the building hums with club meetings and rehearsals, and the field or gym (depending on the season) overflows with athletes. The Publications Office, headquarters for The Booster and Ivian staffs, is where active Dorothy Porter spends her " free " periods and after-school hours. As editor-in-chief, she may be found consulting with page editors, writing editorials, or working on page make-up. Pam Haug. student library assistant, checks out a book for Dorothy who is working on a research paper. Lunch time is a pleasant break in the day. Dorothy eats and chats with Sharon Smith and Carolyn Cobble. As Booster Editor Dorothys Day Depicts Dorothy works with Ron Cambridge on a problem in phy- sics lab. Here many upperclassmen put in extra hours Editor-in-chief Dorothy meets with Booster Page Editors Bill Rhode, Paula Williams, and Sara Broz, at the end of the day to discuss page assignments and plans. Mr. John Ciochina, Dorothy ' s trigonometry teacher, smiles with approval as he checks her homework. TV Classes Reflect Modern Trends in Education A master teacher makes a point with a pistol for a history lesson in one of the TV studios preparing les- sons for airborne television. Classroom instruction via TV came to Manual the second semester. We were the only In- dianapolis high school to take part in the Mid- west Experimental Program with Airborne Television instruction. Classes, telecast by means of a video tape from an airplane flying at a high altitude over north-central Indiana, were in biology, United States history, govern- ment, and world history. " With a television screen, each pupil has a front seat. In biology, for instance, a teacher telling of a frog can show it to everyone. In the ordinary class- room, perhaps only those in the front seats can see all he is pointing out, " said Dr. Her- man L. Shibler, education services director of the Midwest program. Our class schedule had to be rearranged to fit the telecasts, which were 30 minutes long, Monday through Thursday. On Friday, the period was used for tests, reviews, or lectures, or however the teacher wished. Map shows the area covered by the Midwest Program on Airborne Televis- ion Instruction based at Purdue Uni- versity and serving six states. ' s a , - ■• " o ,0 °° s ' s co v Mfll JCS -, v o jH!C F « • £,?«• ' , S) e» -•■- xNS- JS JO Social Studies, Science Join Airborne Experiment A pilot mans the controls on a DC6AB aircraft that is used to beam instructional telecasts to some 1 3,000 Midwest schools of which Manual is one. Manualites gain a knowledge of the past and present in our Social Studies Department. Courses are offered in world history, United States history, government, economics, psy- chology, international relations, and world geography. The Lilly Endowment Scholarship is awarded to a major for a paper about Social Studies, and The Human Liberties Awards are given to five students who make the best score on an examination in the spring. College prep students acquire a good founda- tion through our Math and Science Depart- ment. Math courses range from general math to analytical geometry. Algebra l-IV and solid and plain geometry are also included. Manual- ites may take freshman science, physical science, biology, chemistry, or physics. Man- ual Scientists Tom Fink, Martha Coode, and Linda Wotring were cited in the Indiana Science Talent Search. Tom was a winner. Mr. John Krueger ' s U. S. History II class listens to and watches a lesson during the experiment this semester. All Major in English; Some Master Other Languages Steve Brownlee listens intently to a French lesson. The twenty-five teachers in Manual ' s English Department promote creativity in English through contests — such as short story, poetry, and essay. On the Academic or Fine- and Practical-Arts Diploma, eight semesters of English are required while the other plans require six semesters. New this year is a Dramatics class. In the spring, on English Honors Day, students who have excelled in English and languages are recognized and awarded prizes for their contributions. Man- ual was represented in outside competition such as the Indiana University Regional Eng- lish Exam. Sara Broz, senior, was a national winner in the competition sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English; Paula Williams, senior, received honorable mention. In the Language Laboratory, students are able to hear themselves recite in the modern lang- uages — French and Spanish, by the use of speakers and tape recording equipment. One of the projects of the French classes was the publication of a bi-weekly newspaper, " La Souterrain. " The p aper provided French stu- dents a chance to apply the language. Melony Doty, Nancy Wolford, Kathy Burks, )udy Bernhardt, and Janet Lowe from Mrs. Stewart ' s English IV class portray characters from the novel, Silas Marner. They presented a skit for several other English classes. 10 Future Homemakers Learn to Cook, Sew It takes a " heap " of work and skill to make a house a good home. Home Economics classes at Manual teach homemaking skills such as cooking, sewing, and living graciously such as foods classes, girls learn to plan, prepare, and serve nutritious and tasty meals. In social practice classes, students learn to plan teas and parties, set tables correctly, and practice good grooming. Practical experience is avail- able when the students prepare for and serve at the activities of the Home Economics De- partment; for example, students served lunch- eon to Indianapolis principals when Principal Stahl was host for a meeting of administra- tors. Also, members of boys ' foods classes, wearing chef hats, served luncheon to the speakers for Opportunity Day. In sewing classes, girls select various garments to make. As a school service project, the sewing classes made Pep Club mittens. Advanced sewing classes learned tailoring. Members of Mrs. Jean Bacus ' sewing class learn to adjust patterns. Bottom: Home Ec labs are equipped with the latest modern appliances. Vaida Mikits and Mary Turner fold clean towels from a " lab " dryer. Members of Boys ' Foods class — Dick Cummings, Merrix Wilson, Bob Price, Jerry Cummins, Larry Walker, and George Tolan — receive instructions from Mrs. Thelma Morgan, their teache. " , before serving lunch. 11 Typing students throw away the old " hunt and peck " method as skill and precision develop through practice and drill Business Teachers Train Us In Practical Skills In the Business Education Department, second semester, 1,597 Manual students took advan- tage of the opportunity to develop their skills in operating business machines and in learn- ing office procedures. Though some were not preparing for careers in business, 548 stu- dents, in the spring, were enrolled in typing classes. Students realize the value of typing skill whether they intend to choose business as a career or to continue on with their formal education in college. Business students also learn to operate the multigraph, ditto, and mimeograph machines. From the dictaphone, they type as they listen to letters that have been recorded on tape. Other business courses include the composition of various types of business letters, messages, and applications for employment. Office training classes enable students to perform secretarial duties and to do production work for the school. |udy Hogue listens to " the voice " on the dictaphone, as she types a business letter in response. Noramae Branham and Mona Cole mimeograph material as part of their work in a business class. Bill Claspie, Tony Ferguson, and Richard Cuthberson work with Mr. Dale Reid at the lathe in Machine Shop. Machine shop boys prepare to meet the stand- ards of modern industries. Boys interested in the " how and why " of automobiles find op- portunities to work on and to investigate engines in auto shop. Advanced auto shop pupils repair their own cars and those of trusting friends and faculty members. In the electrical shop, students plan wiring layouts, and they practice on the framework of a house located in the classroom. In wood shop classes, students first turn out bowls, lamps, and other small objects on the lathe; as they increase in skill, they make pieces of furniture for their homes, often from their own design. Louis Rigney, C. 0. Montgomery, Barry Eden. Terry Hannon, Robert Drotz, Jerry Cummins, Steve Boone, and Cecil Yates clean and repair engine parts. BOTTOM: Working on a transmission are Elmer Mue- sing, Dallas McLaughlin, and Ron Cooper, in Auto Shop Boys Gain ' Know HoW In Manual Training Shop Since 1895, Manual ' s Industrial Arts Depart- ment has educated workers for industry. Shop courses include printing and mechanical draw- ing, machine, auto, electrical, and wood shop. Besides solving daily blueprint reading prob- lems, mechanical drawing classes design much of the equipment used in the depart- ment. In printing classes, programs, tickets, and posters for school events furnish practical experience for students. 13 Our Art Students Practice Fine Arts, Crafts Students who like art find many modes of self-expression in Manual ' s Art Department. Beginning art courses offer fundamentals in the various media of art. Advanced courses allow students to work with techniques in which they are interested. In craft courses, pupils work in leather, plastics, textiles, clay, and paper. In jewelry classes, wire, copper, brass, aluminum, and silver are used for mak- ing cuff links, bracelets, earrings, and other articles. The Art Production class does school service projects; the senior banner and senior arm bands, designed by Dick Listenberger, are made by this class. This class made posters for the Music Department ' s " Kiss Me Kate. " Red- skin Revue posters, designed by Dick Listen- berger, and programs, designed by Terry Steadham, were other contributions. Silk screening senior arm bands are Bill Borden, Carol Bidgood, and Dick Listenberger, designer. David Bird, the old lamp lighter, poses as members of an advanced art class get practice in sketching. 14 The Fins Arts display at the Student Project Fair show- ed work from all levels of art done in various media- pencil, charcoal, watercolor. Annual Projects Fair Stimulates Initiative All departments at Manual exhibit student work at the annual Student Projects Fair in one big show in the gym at the close of second semester. The English Department exhibit in- cludes such things as essays, poems, and themes; and Art Department shows crafts and paintings; and Home Economics displays the handiwork of student seamstresses and cooks. Industrial Arts displays metal and wood work. Entries are judged and ribbons are awarded for first, second, and third places. The Fair is open to students who visit the exhibits with classes during school. A P-TA meeting at Fair time makes it possible for parents to visit displays. The Projects Fair stimulates stu- dents to do their best work and to share it with others. At the same time, this activity provides competition among Manualites. Jerry Steadham inspects a science display at the Project Fair. Ted Snider examines a miniature house; Claudia Dailey, a weather vane. Both were contributed by the Metal Shop. Many outsiders visited the Fair. 15 At the Armed Forces Day Parade, Keith Davis, Jerry Fox, John Aldrich, and Dennis Drinkwine, stand at ease. Everyone loves parades; and when our ROTC Battle Croup participates, many Manualites are on the sidelines. Such an occasion was last November 1 1 at the Veterans Day Parade. Besides being in parades, members serve the school regularly as messengers, ushers, door- men, and guards for activities like home bas- ketball games, Redskin Revue, Open House, and other school-sponsored functions. On Thursday and Friday, the cadets dress in full uniform. On Friday, they stand inspection with one of the six honorary cadets officiating. The honorary cadets are girls chosen by the ROTC from Senior candidates. Many cadets partici- pate in the activities of the Rifle Team, Drill Team, and ROTC History Club. At the ROTC ' s annual Military Ball, a Queen of the Ball is chosen from the six sponsors and eight girls from the school at large. ROTC Disciplines Cadets in Deportment, Service On Turn-About Day during National Education Week, students took the places of many teachers. Here, Jerry West, acting as ROTC Commandant Sergeant O. J. Nunnery, instructs a class in the care and use of a rifle. Jerry was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel second semester and served as cadet commander the rest of the year. 16 Seniors Take Turn During Education Week Many Manual Seniors took the places of ad- ministrators and teachers on Turn-About Day during National Education Week in Novem- ber. These students spent the entire day with their counterparts and were briefed about the various duties connected with these positions. Some students taught classes and others filled office jobs or acted as department heads or directors. They had lunch in the Teachers ' Nook of the cafeteria and were entertained at a punch party in the Social Practice Room at the close of school by the P-TA. Mrs. Frances Stewart and Nancy Ferguson are served by P-TA President, Mrs. R. E. Royer. BELOW: Teachers entertain their student counterparts at lunch. " Varsity scholars " Tom Fink, Bill Styring, Larry Lindley, and Paula Williams represented Manual on the television program, " Expedition to Knowledge. " They won their first match against Scecina and met Sacred Heart in the second round. The team was coached by Mrs. Vivian Siener, Dean of Girls at Manual. BILL LARRY MANUAL 17 Homecoming Crowd Fills Stands at Delevan Field Bonnie McKinney ' s face lights up as she is proclaimed Queen. Alice Hughes and Noramae Branham look on. Homecoming, October 7, at Delevan Smith Field, was made complete by the first win in 15 games for the Ellismen, a 20-7 victory over the Southport Cardinals. The Marching Band, under Director William Kleyla and Drum Major Dennis Eichoff, formed its tra- ditional " Block M. " The white carpet was rolled out by freshman football players, Victor Jacobs and Robert Cummins, after which Jim Cummings, King Manual VIM, and Queen Bonnie McKinney were crowned by the ' 59 royalty, Sue Hawley and Bob Cooper. Senior Steve Brownlee, accompanied by the Girls Glee Club, serenaded with " Girl of My Dreams. " Bearers of the royal crowns were Freshman Papooses Linda McQueeny and Chuck Williams. The royal couple were parad- ed around the field in a decorated convertible driven by Jack Simpson. The King and Queen were elected by an all-school vote from Sen- iors nominated by the Class. Other candidates were Lee Foster, Tim Martin, Dick and Tom VanArsdale, Noramae Branham, Alice Hughes, Roberta Perkins, Jan Stephenson. Homecoming Queen Bonnie and King Jim Cummings, proudly wearing their crowns, parade down the white carpet through an aisle of serenading Glee Club members to their royal car in which they were whisked off. 18 Throughout Year, We Dance at Hops, Formats Reflecting on the year ' s social events at Man- ual, we see that dances played an important role in extra-curricular activities. The 1960- 61 season began with the " Pigskin Prom. " Later, the annual " Pic Parade " featured the crowning of King Ivan and Queen Ann, and gave us a chance to exchange " chums. " School closed for Christmas vacation with the Choir ' s " Snow Whirl, " the one all-school formal. Between semesters, Martha and George Washington were crowned at the " Cherry Tree Hop, " an annual dance given by the Girl ' s Glee Club. Throughout the basketball season, after-game dances were sponsored by Student Affairs Board. March 17 was the date of the ROTC ' s Military Ball. Dances in the cafeteria on both Junior and Senior Days highlighted these two memorable occasions. Later in the spring, were the Junior and Senior Proms. Sharon Smith, Ivian Editor, crowns Larry Short " King Ivian " at the " Pic Parade, " sponsored by the yearbook. Lynda Haas wears the crown as " Queen Ann. " Masoma Jo Ann Kattau crowns Dave Scheib " King " of the Pigskin Prom, sponsored by the Masoma and Roines. Maurice Kindle, Douglas Coode, and Karen Smith decide to " sit this one out " at the " Snow Whirl " formal. Couples enjoy music and dancing at the " Snow Whirl " Christmas dance, sponsored by the Choir, vacation eve. 19 Guest speakers invited to a " coffee " in the library before their scheduled meetings were served by Home Economics Department faculty members. Here, Mrs. Wanda Long pours coffee for a guest. Manualites Hear Advice on Future Jobs, College Mr. Lewis W. Gilfoy, Supervisor of Secondary Education, answers a question for Judy McBride after his session. Opportunity Day at Manual, which is sched- uled in January, is set aside for looking into the future and thinking about what lies ahead. Manualites attend special sessions to learn of careers and colleges in which they are in- terested. An auditorium speaker in November directed our thoughts to plans for the future; and after this program, we signed up for the " Opportunity Day " session we preferred. On Opportunity Day, guest speakers from many different businesses gave information on vocations; and representatives from Indiana colleges informed college-bound students of entrance requirements and curricula. Man- ualites acted as chairmen, assisting and intro- ducing the speakers. Our guests were invited to a " coffee " in the library before their sched- uled meetings. After the programs, the speak- ers toured the building and then were served lunch in our cafeteria by members of the Boys ' Foods Class. Linda Hansen, student chairman for the Butler Univer- sity session; Miss Judy Rodman, Manual teacher; and Mrs. Sheila Broberg, Butler Admissions Counsslor and the speaker, greet Mr. Wallace S. Sims, member of the Board of School Commissioners, who " looked-in " on our Opportunity Day. Moms, Dads Number Among Our Best Fans Many of our parents are ardent Manual fans and follow Redskins ' performances on the big auditorium stage, as well as on the field and in the gym. They really help out when they become members of the Parent-Teachers Association and Dads Club. These organiza- tions have as their sole purpose aid to Man- ual. They work together to sponsor projects which provide fun and entertainment for Manualites and also raise money for various extras around the school and for scholarships. This year ' s big money-making projects helped to finance the installation of the equipment used in our new television classes. The P-TA ' s one big activity, the annual " Pow Wow, " April 28, included a supper in the cafeteria, games and booths in the gym, and a vaude- ville show, presented by students, in the audi- torium. Dads Club members manned the con- cession stands at Delevan Smith Field during football season, and at the gym during basket- ball season. Their annual fish fry, in Septem- ber, and the Italian Spaghetti Supper in Feb- ruary, also helped the Dads meet their budget. Manualites try for lucky-numbered fish for prizes at the Pow Wow. Below: Basketball-throw rates with girls. A crew of dads is kept busy popping corn and filling boxes to sell to hungry Manualites during basketball games. 21 ' 6 Revue Includes From Cavemen Times To Space A ge The 1961 Redskin Revue was a spectacular presentation given on Friday and Saturday nights, March 24 and 25. The production in- volved hours of work and many people. Mem- bers of the four casts began rehearsals weeks in advance and finished off the last two weeks with several night rehearsals. Costumes were a joint effort on the parts of parents, cast members, and faculty sponsors. Sequins, rib- bons, and yards of various kinds of cloth, left stores in great quantities and made their way into homes of the participants. Mr. Carl Wright ' s stage crew became set designers and builders for the year ' s largest production. Dress rehearsal was the last chance for faculty and student sponsors to get together and polish the acts. Efforts were rewarded the nights of the show when we Manualites en- joyed " the fruits of our labor. " Individual awards were presented on Friday night. Mem- bers of the winning act, " Like Schoolsville, " captured two of these including the winning chorus line. Shirley Kratowicz received the best-actress award. Author-directors of " Like Schoolsville, " the award win- ning act, were Mary Jane Winstead, Sharon Todd, and Tim Brown. The " Cup " was presented Saturday night. The best-actor trophy went to Steve Miller of " Cave Man Capers. " Billie Myers of " Those Idiotic Earthlings, " earned the best comic portrayal award. A trio of tap dancers — Tom Baxter, Jackie Baker, and Martha Dexter — ■ was named " best team, " " It ' s Getting Dee:). " " Like Schoolsville, " named " Best Act " by a committee of guest judges, was set in a school for beatniks. Victoria Van Snob (Jennie Perry), a " cool chic " from the outside world, arrived intending to register. However, " Big Daddy " (Rex Anderson), the principal of the school, fell for her, decided there were better things outside their " Jive world, " and prepared to leave. Faculty sponsors were Miss Phyllis Creve and Miss Judy Rodman. 22 " Cave Man Capers, " sponsored by Mary Beth Fill and Cinny Blumhardt, took place in the pre-historic village of Noe Lava, which was plagued by dinosaurs. Faculty sponsors were Mrs. Rae Phillips and Mr. Edward Hegarty. " It ' s Cettin ' Deep " was written and directed by Jerrene Bowers, Lynda Haas, and Susan Kahn, assisted by Mrs. Jean Shelton and Mr. Millard Arnold, faculty aids. Frogmen, looking for a bomb, find exotic under-water creatures. " Those Idiotic Earthlings " came from the imaginations of )erry Steadham and Bob Surber. Men from Mars, who had learned about Earth from TV, arrived to visit. Mr. Wayne Dunbar and Mrs. Wanda Long were sponsors. 23 Library Efnmench Manual HIp ' i Schoci 2C 3 Ma ACTIVITIES Activities and organizations play an important role in the development of our personalities and the furthering of our educations. All kinds of clubs are available for Manualites ' varied interests. Some clubs relate to courses, such as language, math, and science. Others are honoraries to which persons must be invited. 25 Top Seniors Make Masoma, Roines Service Clubs Masomas Shirley Kratowicz and Jennie Perry assist Fresh- men Ron Drahos and Roger Day on their first day. Since 1914, the ambition of every active Sen- ior has been to join one of the Senior honor- aries — Roines for boys and Masoma for girls. Roines was organized in 1914, followed by Masoma in 1915. Both organizations serve the school. At the beginning of each semester, Masomas assist new Freshmen in their Home Rooms and guide them on a tour of the build- ing. A get-acquainted party was the Masoma- Freshman Mixer for incoming 9-B ' s, with a prize awarded for the best name tag. Alums at Manual ' s 66th birthday party in February were served and registered by Masomas as were guests at the Fall Athletic Banquet. Fill- ing a Christmas basket with food for a needy family was a Christmas project to which Mr. Lou Parnell contributed a turkey. The family was selected by Mrs. Gertrude Hopper, social worker here. MASOMA — FRONT ROW: Dorothy Porter, Judy Norcross, Ruth Muir, Linda Beach, Roberta Perkins, Jan Stephenson. SECOND ROW: Shirley Kratowicz; Miss Elizabeth Coett, sponsor; Sara Broz, Jeannie Chapell, Sharon Todd, Hilda Waldkoetter, Pat Thomas. THIRD ROW: Jean Kottlowski, Sandy Vaughn. Jo Ann Kattau, Wanda Bailey, Martha Coode, Jo Anne Spears. FOURTH ROW: Linda Wotring, Sharon Smith, Jennie Perry, Nancy Ferguson, Noramae Branham, Sherry Braun; Miss Judith Rodman, sponsor. 26 ROINES — FRONT ROW: Steve Smith, Bill Bloemker, Bill Devine, Tom Kivett; Mr. Richard Blough, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Tom VanArsdale, Larry Lindley, Bill Rhode, Dave Sprague, Ron Cambridge, Dick VanArsdale. THIRD ROW: Lee Foster, Al Verdouw, Jim Cummings, Tom Fink, Steve Walden, Armen Cobb. Freshmen are greeted and assisted by Roines members who also offer individual tutoring to those in need of help with their studies. This year they revised their booklet, " How to Study, " which will be distributed to future new freshmen. Their annual Christmas pro- ject is the placing of the large, traditional wreath above the main entrance. Roines paid admission for eighty orphans to see the Junior League play, " Creensleeves. " Masomas usher- ed at the play. Roines boys manned the check- room at the Alumni birthday party in Feb- ruary. Varied speakers, from Mr. C. Edgar Stahl, principal, to Mr. Roger Ward, race car driver, gave talks at their meetings. These two service organizations combine ef- forts for joint projects such as the Pigskin Prom, honoring the football players. A " Meet the Team " night in April honored our cham- pionship basketball team and their parents. It started off with a program in the gym and ended with a dance in the cafeteria. Student Affairs Board underwrites such activities. Bill Rhode, Tom Fink, Larry Lindley, and Tom Kivett add lights to the Roines wreath above the main entrance. Honor Society Cites Top Pupils; SAB Serves All NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY officers, Tom VanArsdale, president; Jan Stephenson, secretary; Sherry Braun, treasurer; and Dick VanArsdale, vice-president, help Mr. Ed Wall, sponsor, prepare the large torch for initiation, which was April 23 in the auditorium. Thirty-seven new members were initiated into the Manual chapter of the National Honor Society, Sunday afternoon, April 23. Parents and friends of the fourteen juniors and twenty-three seniors attended the ceremonies in the Manual auditorium. Membership in the organization is determined by faculty vote based first on scholarship, and then on leader- ship, character and service. The first Manual Student Affairs Board was originated in January, 1948, by Mr. E. H. Kemper McComb, then Manual principal. Since that time the Board has sponsored pro- jects which provide entertainment for students and aid for the school. Members are chosen by student vote. Representatives from every Home Room assist the Board, which monitors all-school elections. Dances after basketball games are sponsored by the Board. A scholar- ship fund in memory of Don Kleppe, who died in September as a result of a football injury, was also set up this year. Mr. John Patten, Dean of boys, is faculty sponsor. The faculty is represented on the Board by Mr. John Ed- wards and Mr. Ray Hawkins. STUDENT AFFAIRS BOARD — SEATED: Phil Steel, David Morris, Wayne Monroe, Patsy Briggs, Lee Foster, Roberta Perkins, Sharon Jones, Carol Davis, Linda Hansen. STANDING: Mr. John Edwards, faculty representative; Kenny Green, Charles Creasser, Mark Williams, Chuck Dennison, Wanda Bailey, Barbara Hancock. 28 QUILL SCROLL — SEATED: Jane Graham, Sara Broz, Dorothy Porter, Michelle Perkinson, Pat Tolan, Sharon Todd. Sharon Smith. SECOND ROW: Bill Schmidt, Chuck Creasey, Elsa Maschmeyer, Carolyn Risinger, Paula Williams, Mrs. Jane Cable, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Steve Carmean, Ken Scharfe, Larry Lindley, Ron Cambridge, Bill Rhode, Miss Nancy Sharp, Mary Neesen. Prize Journalists, Actors Rate National Honor arles National Thespians and Quill and Scroll are two national honorary societies to which qual- ified Manualites may be invited. Our Thespian Troupe 1492 is sponsored by Mr. Fred Ben- nett. To be eligible to join a student must maintain a " B " average and must have ac- cumulated a certain number of points by par- ticipating in such dramatic activities as the Redskin Revue, Mask and Wig plays, the operetta, the Tee Pee Talent Parade, or in some non-school production. Seniors who wished to join were contacted in their home rooms; juniors received letters; and qualified sophomores received special invitations. Juniors and seniors who have worked on a publications staff for at least a year may be elected to Manual ' s Cretchen A. Kemp Chap- ter of Quill and Scroll, international honorary society for high school journalists. Each year on Honors Day, Quill and Scroll presents journalism awards. This year, initiation was in the Alumni Room in December. Afterwards, initiates, actives, and sponsors dined together. NATIONAL THESPIANS — FRONT ROW: Pat Thomas, Alice Morris, Mary Winstead, Michele Stoneburner. SECOND ROW: Mr. Fred Bennett, sponsor; Elsa Masch- meyer, Noramae Branham, Carla Riegel, Ruth Muir. THIRD ROW: Sharon Todd, Charles Shade, Steve Miller, Tim Brown, Jo Ann Spears. 29 Booster Headlines Activites as They Happen CUB CLUB — Seated right to left: Martha Melton, Janet Bowers, Lynn Simmerman, Marlene Stachow, Miss Nancy Sharp, sponsor; Dan Nicoson, Dianne Lindley, Laveana Carpenter, and Ronnie Drahos. The Publications office houses the Booster staff, the Ivian staff, and the News Bureau. Members of the news bureau, who are also on the Booster staff, send releases to the three Indianapolis newspapers and neighborhood papers. " Keeping Manualites informed " is the job of Manual ' s busy newspaper staff. Inter- viewing newsmakers, setting up pages, and especially meeting deadlines, are all jobs which Booster staffers know well. Following our basketball team has been a difficult job for Booster sportswriters. Copy must be ready by Friday and because of the weekend games, flexible plans had to be made. Our obliging Champs made it unnecessary to rewrite pre- game written headlines. For the second year the Booster received the Freedoms Foundation Award — the " George Washington Honor Medal " — for editorials. The money accom- panying it was also welcomed by the staff. BOOSTER — SEATED: Jayne Perkon, Sara Broz, Dianna Brier, Deanna Borgman, Pat Tolan, Karen Smith, Paula Williams, Mary Neesen, Michele Perkinson, Dorothy Porter, editor-in-chief, Chuck Creasey. SECOND ROW: Chuck Williams, Marlene Stachow, Kathy Burks, Sue Kindrick, Judy McBride, Carol Hoeping, Carolyn Darland, Danny Nicoson. THIRD ROW: David Carter, Ronnie Drahos, Larry Lindl«y, John Evans, Ron Cambridge, Bill Schmidt, Sharon Chenoweth, Elsa Maschmeyer, Jane Graham, Carolyn Risinger, Bob Surber, Steve Carmean, Jerry Steadham, Ken Scharfe, Bill Rhode. 30 I VI AN— FRONT ROW: Ron Drahos, Bill Rhode, Sports Editor; Sharon Todd, Business Manager; Sharon Smith, Editor- in-chief. SECOND ROW: Bill Schmidt, photographer; Chuck Creasey; Larry Lindley; Linda Abrams, Underclass edi- tor; Karen Smith, Peggy Tilford; Ron Cambridge, photographer; Linda Beach. Ivian Yearly Compiles Substance for Reflections For the past three years The Ivian has received the " All-American " honor rating from the National Scholastic Press Association, which gave this year ' s staff a high goal. Work on the Ivian began last summer at Indiana Univer- sity Journalism Institute and continued until the mid-spring deadline. Staff members were kept busy writing copy, planning pictures, and doing the various jobs necessary for " reflect- ing " life at Manual. A " political campaign " auditorium, complete, with posters, speeches, and rallies, started this year ' s Ivian sales off with a bang. To help finance the book, Ivian staffers sponsored the " Pic Parade, " a dance at which underclass pictures were sold, and King Ivan and Queen Ann were crowned. Ivians are always distri- buted at the " John Henry Hop " in June where Manualites look over yearbooks and trade autographs with favorite classmates. Delegates nominated the Ivian as " Book-of-the-Year " during the Ivian ' s sales campaign a uditorium. Dennis Eichoff, Redskin party chairman, presides at the party convention, attended by some 2,000 Redskins. TWIRLERS — FRONT ROW: Judy Crouch, Alice Morris, Marianna Pierson, Jackie Marley, Sandy Tucke-, Sharon Scholl. BACK ROW: Judy Kinnamon, Mary Hawthorne, Jennie Perry, Shirlev Kratowicz, Susan Kahn, Billilynne Daley, Jannell Weise. Redskin Band ' Marches Manual ' s Band is four award-winning bands in one. The Band Year begins with the March- ing Band in the fall, continues with Pep Band during basketball season, and ends with the Concert Band spring semester from which the Dance Band is selected to provide music for the Redskin Revue. Entertaining with spectac- ular half-time shows at football games, the band used new spinning bass drums this year, added six new twirlers, and was led by a new drum major, Dennis Eickhoff. Marching in the Christmas, Veterans Day, Armed Forces Day, and Clean-Up parades are annual events for band members. The Redskin Band also par- ticipates in various civic events, plays con- certs, enters contests, and provides music for the annual ROTC inspection in May. BAND — FRONT ROW: Nancy Weddle, Donna Brant, Judy McBride, Patricia Ebbeler, Jeanie Chapell, Marlyne Harmon. SECOND ROW: Steve Houser, Nancy Jenkins, Edward Damrell, Janice Ryder, Martha Coode, Becky Pearce, Peggy Lory, Pat Thomas, Noramae Branham, David Mills, Marianna Pierson. THIRD ROW: Nancy Howe, Norman Fuchs, Alice Morris, Peggy Manley, Bob Whitson, Jennie Perry, Mary Stienecker, Mike Brasher, Joy Miller, Douglas Coode, Jerene Bowers, Tom Baxter, Jack Borgman, Maurice Kindle, David Bramlett. FOURTH ROW: Mr. William Kleyla, Director; Cathy Nolting, Kathy White, Louis Darko, Larry Weaver, Terry Hiatt, Wayne Niehaus, Jim Brooks. With Glamour, Honor The Pep Band adds sparkle to basketball games, and the Color Guard participates in pre-game ceremonies. For the second year Manual ' s Redskin Band received a perfect score in the Indiana Schools Music Associa- tion Marching Contest. After winning the Kiwanis " Most Outstanding Football Band " award for six consecutive years, the Redskin Band received the runnerup award in its seventh try. Also this year, the band won a first division rating in the ISMA playing con- test. Band members took part in the District and State Solo and Ensemble Contest, win- ning many " firsts " for their achievements. The All-City Band, and All-City Orchestra received support from Manual bandsmen. All in all, countless hours are spent the year- round in preparation and performance. COLOR GUARD — Anthea Salisbury, Penny Jensen, Bar- bara Emrich, Carol Stevenson, Nancy Wolford. BAND — FRONT ROW: Netia Royer, Lynn Schrieber, Nancy Wolford, Jackie Marley, Nancy Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Judy Crouch, Richard Harvey, Carol Stevenson, Bob Simpson, Judy Kinnaman, Jeanelle Wiese, David Donahue, Judy Hoyt, Don Jewell, Steve Brownlee. THIRD ROW: Ron Cooper, Bob Hunter, Charles Overton, Tina Linz, David Clampitt, Dennis Johnson, Morris Ball, Jim Duncan, Kenneth Wyatt, Ron Neeson, Larry Hutchings. Steve Richards, Dennis Eickhoff. FOURTH ROW: Pete Mikus, Larry Orrell, John Benedict, John Farmer, Sam Monroe, John Beeman, Jim Haas, Bob Wire, Terry McDonnell, Richard Lemme, Dennis Moore. Choir, Orchestra Combine Talents for ' Kiss Me Kate " Kiss Me Kate " was the musical production staged by the Manual choir, November 23, in the auditorium. The choir and orchestra com- bined to present this Cole Porter favorite based on Shakespeare ' s " The Taming of The Shrew. " Steve Brownlee, who was actually Fred Graham off stage, sang the lead as Petruchio in the Shakespearean play. Rita Verhines, Fred ' s ex-wife, was his sweetheart in the play. Also, the choir has sung at sev- eral outside activities — church meetings and conventions. The entire choir participated in the choir-orchestra concert and the " May Music Festival. " Smaller groups composed of choir members also performed during the year. In addition to accompanying the choir in " Kiss Me Kate " our orchestra has made several ap- pearances on the Manual scene. The forty- two member orchestra participated in a special choir-orchestra concert in January. A week later, the group joined other high school or- chestras from Indianapolis in presenting the " All-City Orchestra Festival " in a mass group. The " May Music Festival " was a combined performance of the whole music department. Commencement in June is the last perfor- mance of the orchestra. During the year pro- grams for the P-TA meetings were also given by the String Ensemble composed of two vio- lins, a viola, a cello, and a piano. ORCHESTRA — FRONT ROW: Judy Norcross, Ruth Muir, Sue Stienecker, Jackie Hall, Clada Hornback, Rosemary Lemme, Mary Jane Putnam, Marilyn Langford Melony Doty. SECOND ROW: Joyce Shimp, Terry Whitlock, Lucia Verdouw, Peggy Leonard, Violet Westerfield, Joyce Brown, Joanna Eggert, Laveanna Carpenter, Eileen Swatts, Larry Brown, Pam Loeblin, Patricia Nixon. THIRD ROW: Nancy Weddle, Donna Brant, Nancy Ferguson, Jackie Marley, Douglas Coode, Steve Houser, Steve Richards, Dennis Eickhoff, Ron Neeson, Larry Hutchings, Richard Lemme, Bob Wise, Wayne Niehaus. FOURTH ROW: Cathy Nolting, Kathy White, Louis Darko; Miss Margaret Warner, director; Don Jewell, Steve Brownlee, Henry Drahos, Phyliss Engleman. 34 p f " Vs n n « " ft 4 i CHOIR — FRONT ROW: Jan Shives, Carol Perry, Nancy Broz, Judy Norcross, Rose Corey, Barbara Suhr, Janice Ryder, Sheryl Fix, Ingrid Monroe, Joyce Miller, Patti Walls, Carole Kratoska, Judy Harlan, Marilyn Lynch, Denise Shockley, Launita Brauy; Mr. Wendell Mertz, Director. SECOND ROW: Ruthanne McClain, Elizabeth Harrison, Karen Alstott, Rita Verhines, Vonnie Bumpus, Joy Vornehm, Sherri Caviness, Sue Stephenson. THIRD ROW: Helen Lewis, Sandy Hopwood, Lucia Verdouw Shelia Steenberger, Judy Crouch, Lynne Simmerman, Pam Haug, Joan Toenjies, Neita Royer, Diane Brownlee, Carol Davis, Judy Stanger, Linda Craves, Alice Morris, Rose Baker, Brenda Richardson, Noramae Branham. FOURTH ROW: Jim Hamner, David Bramlett, Steve Goad, Barry Kuner, Bob Smith, Tom Schulz, Wayne Monroe, Roger Witt, John Schwartz, Michael Armistead, Dave Sprague, Fred Vehling, J Winklebach, Bernie Wright, Ruth Muir. FIFTH ROW: Dave Rockwell, Bob Wire, Varnie Smith, Ron Cooper, Bob Wetzel. Rex Anderson, Steve Brownlee, Jim Butler, Bill Green, Bob Whiteside, Bob Iverson, Dick Cuthbertson, Chuck Dennison, John Evans, Tom Cloyd. The Padua Street dancers, Rex Anderson as Lucentio, Ron Cooper as Cremio, Varnie Smith as Hortensio, and Iverson as D ■■- ■- ' ' - ■- I---I -: — - n . ..,t : c d „ p„ . — A i 4.i : — n: . «-U:« TU, Bob oireer uancers, i ex Anaerson as i ucenno, i un cooper as uremiu, varnie jmin ivciiun « Baptista pay homage to lead singers Petruchio, Steve Brownlee; and Katherine, Rita Verhines. The set designed and made by Mr. Carl Wright ' s Stage Craft class added much to the performance of " Kiss Me Kate. " otp 35 Girls Glee Club Sings Graciously with. Gusto i GLEE CLUB — FRONT ROW: Carol Ackerman, Kathy Snowball, Elsa Maschmeyer, Sharon Smith, Orlena Damron, Joyce Stout, Sherry Braun, Barbara Kern, Sharon Suttner, Jo Ann Moran. SECOND ROW: Rosie Hines. Sue Woolwine, Jane Sprague, Patty Woods, Jane Graham, Priscilla Harbrow, Carole Taylor, Judy Hogue, Beverly Porter, Robin Cain, Deanna McLaughlin, Connie Norris, Paulette Thomas, Betty Green. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Osborne, Donna Pahud, Sandy Tucker, Cheryl Brizendine, Linda Thomas, Sandie Hoard, Beverly Jordan, Mona Hines, Shirley Hillman, Darleene Stratton, Jo Ann Lee, Pat Thomas, Janie Forester, Pat Lynam, Nancy Bentz. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Stell- horn, Linda Taylor, Brenda Spreen, Jo Ann Spears, Sharon Roberts, Jackie Hittle, Martha Melton, Carolyn Gobble, June Lynam, Jonita Peavler, Ruth Edmonds, Diana Jordan, Suzanne Kern, Connianne Dorville. FIFTH ROW: janette Baron, Linda Stovall, Judy Bernhardt, Lynda Haas, Lee Cover, Mary Patterson, Linda Hansen, Judy Kinnaman, Michele Perkinson, Mary Winstead, Vickie Jenkins, Carol Maier, Patricia Taylor, Lynne Schmedel. Stage Crew Puts ' S iows on Road ' Properly ' Set ' Members of Manual ' s Stage Crew spend hours after school to construct " flats " and scenery for auditorium productions. There is more to " setting the stage " than building and paint- ing; lighting and sound are important, too. Stage lights are operated from a large control panel backstage. Before the curtain is raised on a production, various types of Nghting are tried until the desired effect is achieved. Sound, too, is controlled by the crew. This year, big stagings by the crew were for " June Mad, " presented by Mask and Wig; " Kiss Me Kate, " produced by the Choir; the Redskin Revue, and the Senior Class Play. Mr. Carl Wright supervises the stage crew. Stage crew members, on the stairs, are Larkie Wilson, Sam Carlton, Mary Jane Winstead, Wayne Niehaus, and Ronnie Drahos. Below are Morris Ball and Ron Payne. Mask and Wig Celebrates Twenty-fifth. Birthday Our Mask and Wig Club is for Manualites who have a flair for donning make-up, clam- bering into costumes, and putting on a show. This year the club celebrated its twenty-fifth birthday with a special birthday program. Past members of the club, and other alumni of Manual who participated in dramatics before the club was started, attended a dinner in the Manual cafeteria. After the dinner several members of the present club presented a one- act comedy, " The Ghost Of A Show, " which concerned a group of high school students who were having difficulty getting " into " the roles of Romeo and Juliet. They were finally urged into a good performance by the appearance of the ghost of Shakespeare. October 22, Mask and Wiggers took to the stage to present a three-act play, " June Mad, " by Florence Ryer- son and Colin Clements. It was given in the Manual auditorium and was followed by a record hop in the cafeteria. The play centered around the love life of a teen-age girl who fell for a young man and tried to impress him with her " grown-up " ways. Mask and Wig members took time out to enjoy them- selves at their annual Christmas party in the cafeteria. Officers are, front row, Jerry Fox, Lynne Schmedel, and Paula Switzer, back row, Chuck Shade and Tom Fink. The Mask and Wig Play, " June Mad, " started a double-feature evening for Manualites. It was followed! by a record hop. Cast members were, seated, Mary Winstead, Robert Huston, Pat Tolan, and Connie Dorville. Standing are Dian Canner, Steve Miller, Judy Harris, Jerry Fox, Tom Fink, Ken Hutson, Paula Switzer, Charles Shade, and Ronald Jones. 37 Elsa Maschmeyer, Sharon Chenoweth, Mary Louise Ber- ry, JoEllen Walden, and Terri Stoneburner, officers of the French club, " parlez-vous " before a meeting. Sherilee Thurston, program chairman for the Latin Club, serves punch at a special meeting. Other officers are JoAnne Brown, Sue Byers, and Mary Neesen. Language Pupils Meet Socially to Study Three clubs at Manual provide students of foreign languages glimpses of the people to whom the languages are native — how they live and how their ancestors lived before them. These clubs — Latin Club, Spanish Club, and French Club — aid in the study of the lan- guages by giving a better picture of their use. Latin Club, sponsored by Mrs. Esther Stein- dorff, takes students back to life in ancient Rome. Name of the club is " Olympian Coun- cil. " Members attended the annual state-wide Junior Classical League at Terre Haute in April. " The Underworld, " a new publication at Manual this year, was written and edited by the French Club, which hopes to continue publishing this French-language newspaper next year. Highlighting the activities of the Spanish Club was a Christmas party for which several Spanish pinatas were made by club members and opened in traditional manner. Manual ' s Citizens League, sponsored by Mr. Harry Painter, is a club for Manualites inter- ested in learning about our government and its functions. Members discuss current events and participate in debates concerning timely subjects. Historic events are also discussed in addition to other problems which give a closer look at Social Studies. At election time the Citizens League was especially active in dis- cussing aspects of the contest. A mock elec- tion was conducted in all Social Studies classes which forecast Richard Nixon as our next president. This was in line with Indiana vote. A poll conducted by club members in the neighborhood produced the same results. Officers of Citizens League, interested in government, meet to plan a meeting. They are Jerry Steadham, Gene Voelkel, Terri Stoneburner, and Jane Sprague. 38 Science Labs ' Buzz on Saturday Mornings Manual science " bugs " receive an opportunity to display their talent and interest at weekly Science Club meetings. All students who en- joy tearing down problems and searching for solutions in the science field may join. The club meets every Saturday morning from 9 to 1 1 in the science labs. All school equipment is available to use by the club. Members spend the morning working on individual projects. Some of these are eventually entered in the Manual Project Fair and the Science Fair. The main purpose of these projects, however, is to promote interest and learning. Two dif- ferent sections are offered — a biological sec- tion headed by Mr. Ed Wall, and a physical science section headed by Mr. Wayne Dunbar. The club went to Morgan-Monroe State Forest for a combination field trip and picnic dur- ing the fall, and several members participated in a physical science demonstration at the Hobby Show at the Fair Grounds. Mike Roush, Terry Steadham, Lynn Schreiber, Margaret Nelson, Mr. Ed Wall, and Vaida Mikits — members of the biological section of the Science Club, at work. Representing the physical science section of the Science Club, these busy members are using the analytical scale for weighing an object used in an experiment. They are Charles Todd, Mr. Wayne Dunbar, Darlene Stratton, Bill Todd, Doug Coode, Martha Coode, and Charles Edwards. 39 Steve Miller, Manual ' s news- caster, receives aid from An- nouncer Marcia Scott and Sta- tion Manager Chuck Shade during the Morning Show broadcast daily by WMHS. WMHS Welcomes Each. Day with. Morning Show Bob Lloyd, chief engineer for WMHS, mans the con- trols to put the station on the air. Assisting is Jim Weddle, one of Bob ' s engineer apprentices. Manual is proud of its own radio station, over which news, music, and various announce- ments are broadcast daily by the Radio Speech Club. The club presents a regular 8:05 to 8:30 morning program. WMHS, sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Haskens, publicizes the many activ- ities going on at Manual. Local and interna- tional news given by the daily newscaster benefits those teachers and students who rush to school without reading the morning paper. Members of the Radio Club are instructed in voice placement, announcing techniques, writing continuity for programs, and compil- ing newscasts. New members may be appren- ticed to the WMHS chief engineer for further experience with radio techniques. Plans for the year included a visit to the police dispatcher ' s headquarters, where the pupils witnessed how calls come in and are trans- mitted on the air, and a visit to WFBM Radio and Television Station to see programs actually broadcast. The club taped a half-hour play, " What Men Live By, " for the Butler FM radio station — WAJC. Another servic e performed by the club was the taping of a musical program by Man- ual ' s instrumental and choir organizations, which was broadcast over WIAN-FM between games of the local Sectionals. 40 Future Nurses Serve As ' Candy Stripers Our active Future Nurses of America Club spends a busy year learning valuable facts about the nursing career from a knowing teacher, Miss Virginia Edds, the school nurse. The most important service performed by the girls this year was joining the staff at the Veterans ' Administration Hospital as " candy stripers. " Receiving their name from their red and white candy-striped uniforms, the girls do volunteer work at the hospital after hav- ing trained for two months last summer. In addition to entertaining the patients, the girls run errands, prepare pitchers of iced water, chart temperatures and blood pressure, and feed the patients. They have also visited other hospitals in the city. On Valentine ' s Day the girls filled nut cups, with candy hearts for an old people ' s home. Working at one of their many duties, Candy Stripers Sarah Henson and Mary Neesen chalk up an afternoon of experience at the Veterans ' Hospital. Future Nurses Club serves punch for a special meeting. FRONT ROW: Sharon Smith, Linda Seabolt, Stephanie Huston, Nancy Smith, Cindy Eaton, Sue Reed. BACK ROW: Bonnie Togue, Mary Neesen, LaVern Hoover, janis Shives, Sheryl Fix, Faye Taylor; Miss Ruth Wienstien, and Mrs. Hilda Evans, guests; Nancy DeRolf; Miss Virginia Edds, sponsor; Mona Cole, Wanda Bailey. 41 Many Girls Find Fun In Y ' Sponsored Clubs The Tri-Hi-Y is a YMCA organization, spon- sored at Manual by Mrs. Jean Shelton. Mem- bers are concerned with world service, com- munity service, and school service. The club represented five countries in the Model United Nations this year — Peru, Italy, Iceland, Ire- land, and Canada. This delegate activity pro- vides excellent background and training for the future leaders of our country. Selling candy for " Clothe-a-Child " was the money- making project of the year. Y-Teens is an affiliate of the YWCA. This club meets for swimming parties and dances at the Central " Y. " This year members made Easter baskets for an orphans ' home as a service project. Every year several girls are sent from each Y- Teen Club in the nation to various summer conferences, where the girls exchange ideas about service and money-making activities. The Y-Teens of Manual are under the super- vision of Mrs Betty Donnella. A project un- dertaken by the Junior Red Cross this year was the sending of Christmas baskets to un- fortunate children overseas. These baskets contained toys, games, and favors. Y-TEENS ' OFFICERS — Linda Thomas, Carol Maier, Barbara Suhr, and )une Lynam — discuss plans for a candy sale who proved quite successful. BELOW: Judy Bernhardt, Theresa Woolsey, and Linda Curtis supervise business for Junior Red Cross. TRI-HI-Y GIRLS — Diana Moulder, Karen DeWitt, Mel- anie Chasteen, Carole Krato- ska, Nancy Karsteadt, and Don- nae Longere — sell derbies to Tournament goers. 42 Future Teachers Tryout in Classrooms as Cadets Students interested in entering the teaching profession may join the Future Teachers of America Club, sponsored by Miss Margaret Consodine, to learn more about the daily routine of a teacher and the requirements for the teaching field. Many of the FTA members devoted part of their time as student-aids to teachers. They graded papers, recorded grades, did typing and other jobs during their free periods. Senior members may become cadet teachers. This year 64 cadets were assigned to various classroom teachers. FTA OFFICERS — Tina Linz, Martha Melton, Kathy White, Linda Thomas, and Joan Toenjes, confer before a meeting. IAC Members Apply Elbow Grease to ' Big Betsy ' Members of the Industrial Arts Club are shown here waxing " Big Betsy, " the school bus. Waxing cars is a money-mak- ing project of the Industrial Arts Club, sponsored by Mr. Victor McDowell, which is made up of Industrial Arts majors. 43 ATHLETICS The trophy case reflects Manual ' s achievements in athletics. All Manualites are interested in sports whether they participate or are spectators. We back our teams to the limit and are proud of them — win or lose. Manual parents and alums also support our teams and give us moral backing. 45 Redskins Steam. Up to Tally Winning Season Manual ' s Varsity football squad, under the tutelage of Varsity Coach Noah Ellis, and assistant Coach " Mo " Moriarty, can well be dubbed the 1960 " comeback boys. " Going in- to the fifth game of the season, the Redskin gridders had not won a football tussle in four- teen games. However, the Manual eleven rammed its way to five consecutive wins, closing with a winning 5-4 mark. Two of the senior linemen, Larry Short and Dick Foran, gained places on the Indianapolis News- papers ' All-City teams, with honorable men- tions going to Jerry Cummins, Dick Cum- mings, and Dave Scheib, also seniors. Dick Foran was honored as Manual ' s Most Valuable Player by the team and coaches. Senior Dave Scheib and Junior Chuck Dennison tallied 100 of the team ' s total 1 85 points. Dennison, a Manual backfield member, led the team in points scored, placing second in the city. Scheib, a three-year veteran quarterback, tallied 32 markers on runs and nine TD passes. Juniors Ron Cooper and Jerry Schnit- zius followed in scoring, Ron getting 29 points and Jerry, 18 The kick-off game of the sea- son was in the annual Jamboree at the Tech field, September 2. The Redskins, a member of the South-of-US-40 team, played Tech ' s Creenclads in the second period, and helped the South team win, 20-13, by out-scoring the " Big Green, " 7-0. The opening four games on the Manual schedule went down as losses. The first was to Sacred Heart, 25-0. (The Spartans finished the year among the top-ten teams in the state and number one in the city.) The next three defeats went to Wash- ington, 20-14; Howe, 13-12; and Cathedral, 7-0. This ended the 14-game losing streak. In the final five games, Manual out-scored opponents by a 2-1 margin, 159 points to 71. VARSITY FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: Managers Bill Todd, Cecil Adams. SECOND ROW: Coach Francis Moriarty, Dale Weil«r, Jerry Schnitzius, J. Winckelbach, Joe Cerber, Jim Peters, Dave Whitson, Coach Noah Ellis. THIRD ROW: Charles Creasser, Dave Scheib, Larry Short, Dick Foran, Jerry Cummins, Ed Stiegelmeyer, Chuck Dennison. FOURTH ROW: Ron Collins, Steve Cummings, Ray Swinford, Dick Cummings, Mike White, Ron Cooper, Herb Lepper, Terry Boyer. mi : : - Chuck Dennison, who scored 68 points for the Red- skins, runs with the ball near the scoring district. Ray Swinford, Manual Back, scampers for yardage as Larry Short (51) and Dick Cummings (32) block. Manual Loses Star Junior Back In Grid Accident Don Kleppe, speedy Redskin halfback, suffer- ed an unfortunate accident on the playing field during the second game of the season which led to his death the following morning, Saturday, September 17. " Butch, " as he was called by fellow-students, was in his third year. He had played second-string halfback as a Freshman on the undefeated ' 58 team. Last year, the five-foot, eight-inch, 160- pound gridder suffered a concussion before the close of the football season; but, despite the injury, he went on to gain honorable men- tion on the Indianapolis Newspapers ' teams. Don was posthumously awarded a halfback berth on this year ' s Indianapolis News ' team. " Kleppe, who had a fierce desire to play foot- ball, certainly would have earned a spot on the honor varsity, " the News said. Year book Photographer, Bill Schmidt, snapped Don Kleppe in his usual football role - — ■ carrying the pig- skin for the Manual Redskins — during his last game. 47 Ray Swinford, Manual Back, catches a pass as Chuck Dennison, a leading scorer, runs interference for him. Senior Dave Scheib clicks off the yardage with pigskin in tow as Senior Dick Cummings blocks out opposition. Coach Ellis ' Varsity scored the first win in fifteen games, October 7, by knocking off south-side rival, Southport, 20-7, before a happy homecoming crowd of 6,000. The Red- skin Express really started moving after the Southport win by more than doubling the four remaining opponents ' scores. The second win of the year was over Ben Davis, 32-13. The Redskins avenged last year ' s loss to Broad Rip- ple next by a 34-19 count and then topped Shortridge, 40-6. Manual cinched a winning 5-4 mark by downing Harry E. Wood ' s team in a 33-26 comeback win. Juniors Ron Cooper and jerry Schnitzius also showed well in the scoring column, Ron getting 29 points, ten of which came on extra point runs, and Jerry, tallying 18 markers on three touchdown scampers. Manual Opponents Sacred Heart 25 14 Washington 20 12 Howe 13 Cathedral 7 20 Southport 7 32 Ben Davis 13 34 Broad Ripple 19 40 Shortridge 6 33 Wood 26 Shown here are the varsity cheerleaders and the band twirlers doing a, colorful war dance. They went into this ceremonial after each touch- down, to the delight of fans. 48 RESERVE FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: Managers Jim Barnett, Ted Collins. SECOND ROW: Coach Jack Johns, Gene McFarland, Jim Brooks, Frank lannuzzi, Bill Bush, Dennis Wolfe, Vince Romano. THIRD ROW: Mike Shea, Dave Craves, Wayne Monroe, Jack Lloyd, Steve Viewegh, Ronnie Payne, Sonny Nelson. FOURTH ROW: John Evans, John Farmer, John Schwartz, Don Ramsey, Fred Vehling, George Hembree. Coach Jack Johns ' Reserves closed the 1960 schedule with a winning record of five wins, two losses, and one tie. The Reserve gridders nipped opponents with an over-all tally of 64 to 43 points in their eight games. The Red- skins downed Wood ' s B-team, 14-0, in the " big " win of the season. Accounting for the remaining wins, Southport fell hard, 23-13; Ben Davis ' Giants were nipped, 14-12; and Sacred Heart ' s Spartans were stunned, 7-0. Shortridge ' s Reserves forfeited. The game with Washington ended in a 6-6 tie. Under the guidance of Coaches Lou Parnell and Tom Moore, the first-year ' Skins added another winning record of 5-2-1. Over-all, for the past four years, freshman teams have a 23-7-2 standing. The frosh opened in a tie with Washington, and their only two losses of the year went to Wood and Southport. Like the varsity, the first-year gridders closed with five consecutive wins: Howe, Broad Ripple, Ben Davis, Sacred Heart, and Shortridge all fell before the frosh. The Papooses piled up 108 points to their opponents ' 52. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: Manager Don Martin, Paul Wheatcraft, Norman Graham, Ralph Shannon, Mike Hodge, Randy Gosnell, Dennis Mount, Dennis McDaniels, Elmer Pottorff, Danny Nicoson, Jim Arnold. SECOND ROW: Charles Eaton, Dallas Bolander, Mike Stiles, Ron Funkhouser, Mike Silis, Dennis Raesner, Carl McCombs, Larry Johnson, George Smith. THIRD ROW: Vic Jacobs, Ron Stevens, Steve Adams, Gary Helm, Mike Liggett, Gary Eby, Lester Lull, Bob Cummings, Mike Madcari, Mike Kratoska, Lee Gadient, Mike Cope. FOURTH ROW: Coach Tom Moore, Jim Jewell, Harold Payne, Causby Mosely, Joe Riefies, Don Mosley, Coach Lou Parnell. • " it VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Seniors Janice Stephen- son, Sherry Braun, Junior Jackie Hall, Seniors Linda Hansen, Gloria Coverstone, Bonnie McKinney, and Rob- erta Perkins. Cheerleaders Spark Enthusiasm, of Pep Club, Fans )VL ' 1 L L? " J ,0 1 1 fc 07 m b,m M A g ( w ' 1 T3 Cheerleaders, along with the Band, Pep Band, and Pep Club spark the spirit at basketball and football games. They are chosen by their appearance, ability to perform, and personal- ity in the spring and practice throughout the summer in preparation for the coming season. Several attend cheerleading camps. Last fall, Varsity and Reserves, with their sponsor Mrs. Thelma Morgan, attended an annual cheer- leading conference at Indiana University. Pep Club, over 200 strong, were dressed in white blouses, dark skirts, red and white mittens, and headbands with red and white feathers. At the beginning of the season, the girls wore only the headbands. When our team won its first game, the Pep Clubbers donned a red feather. After the second win, a white feather was added. If the team lost, the process was repeated, which seldom happened. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS — KNEELING: David Rock- well, Joy Vornehm, Pam Haug, Barbara Suhr, Bob Brown. STANDING: Gloria Cooper, Pat Oliver, and Sandy Head. 50 Carter Posts Best Time of Cross Country Season Rounding a corner on one of the cross country turns is Junior Leon Carter, who posted Manual ' s fastest time this year of 9:58.1 in the Howe Invitational. Manual ' s 1960 Cross Country team, under the direction of Coach Jack Foster, finished out the season with a one-win, four-loss record in dual meets. Leon Carter, a junior letter- man, led the Redskin runners, posting his fastest time of 9:58.1 in the Howe Invitation- al, October 4. The squad will lose Bob Howell, Lou Trefry, Bob Skaggs, Carl Abbott, and Chuck Creasey by graduation. The only win- ning meet of the season was over the Panthers of North Central, 23-32. Leon Carter won a first place with a time of 10:50, and Lou Tre- fry placed in the second position with a time of 10:54. The Manual losses include Wood, Warren Central, and Howe. In the Washing- ton and Southport Invitationals, Manual placed eighth and ninth, respectively. In a four-way meet, October 5, Manual ' s ' Skins placed second to Ben Davis, ahead of Wood and Sacred Heart. The Redmen placed ninth in the Howe Invitational and 22nd in the Shortridge run. CROSS COUNTRY — FRONT ROW: Al McDaniel, Tom Grant, Tom McLaughlin, Chuck McLinn, Tim Cummings. SECOND ROW: Chuck Creasey, Mark Zaenglein, Oran Hornback, Jerry Hines, Steve Sudler, and Louis Trefry. THIRD ROW: Terry Hannon, Bill Fritsche, Bob Howell, Carl Abbott, Bob Skaggs, and Coach Jack Foster. 51 Grappler Mike Wiley Brings Home State Title Manual ' s Varsity grapplers compiled the best won-lost record in the school ' s history, boast- ing an eleven won, two lost season. Losses were to city rivals Cathedral and Broad Ripple. Propelled by two fine coaches, Mr. Jack Fos- ter, varsity head, and Mr. Jack Johns, reserve coach, the grapplers placed fifth in the city meet and defeated the defending state cham- pion, Harry E. Wood High School. Mike Wil- ey, who is only a junior and was voted MVP by his teammates, led the grapplers for the second straight year by winning the state championship in the 103-pound class. Only losses to the team by graduation will be Dick Cummings, twice-sectional-champion, and Bill VanBibber, sectional runner-up. Manual Opponents 25 New Albany 22 34 Scecina 13 29 Sacred Heart 19 27 Washington 23 26 Lafayette Jeff 19 25 Howe 16 34 Ben Davis 12 26 Shortridge 17 37 Beech Grove 16 30 Wood 19 14 Cathedral 26 36 Decatur Central 17 22 Broad Ripple 23 Shown above is State Champion, in the 103-pound division, Mike Wiley. The junior grappler was a ' so awarded the MVP honor by the Manual wrestle.s £nd coaching staff. Prospects for Manual ' s 1962 season look good, for the Redskins on the Reserve team dupli- cated the varsity ' s fine season, posting an eleven-won, one-lost record. The freshmen grapplers also tallied a winning season record and placed second in the Freshmen City Meet. Senior Grappler Dick Cummings is pictured and is the eventual winner of the match. Dick was a leader for Manual in the Sectional, gaining a runner-up berth. Junior Matman Chuck Creasser is shown pinning an opponent in one of Manual ' s 1 3 matches during the season. The varsity completed the season, 1 1 -2. 52 WRESTLING — FRONT ROW: Dave Craves, Dale Wiler, Dick Cummings, Bill Van Bibber, ] Winklebach, Tim Hickey, Mike Wiley. SECOND ROW: Dick Andrews, Wayne Monroe, Jack Lloyd, Ron Cooper, Charles Creasser, Herb Lepper, Bill Bush. THIRD ROW: Lou Trefry, Steve Bonne, Bill Moore, Dave Hopwood, Jim Hamner, Larry Johnson, Joe Peat, Tom Grant, Don Ramsey. FOURTH ROW: Mark Zaenglein. Joe Riefies, Lee Cadient, Frank lannuzzi, Dsnnis McDaniels, Mike Mascari, Sonny Nelson, James Esterland. FIFTH ROW: Coach Jack Johns, Jim Brooks, Dallas Bolander, Tom McLaughlin, Mike Stiles, Paul Wheatcraft, Norman Grant, Dennis Mount, Lester Hull. SIXTH ROW: Ron Curren, Bob Iverson, Don Martin, Rex Anderson, Roy Childers, Ronnie Funkhouser, Richard Monday, Bill Childers, Mike Kratoska, Coach Jack Foster. Fridays Mean Letter Sweaters to Redskin Athletes LETTERMEN ' S CLUB — FRONT ROW: Bill Van Bibber, Lewis Trefry, Nicky Ferris, Roger Wright, Dave Whitson, Steve Smith, Bill Bloemker. SECOND ROW: Wayne Monroe, Mike White, Charles Creasser, Armen Cobb, Ron Collins, John Evans, Ronnie Cooper. THIRD ROW: Carl Abbott, Ray Seyfried, Dave Scheib, Dick VanArsdale, Ernie Wilson, Jim Cummings, Tom VanArsdale. Manual ' Skins Win Runner- Up Spot in State Final Dual combination, Tom and Dick VanArsdale receive the coveted Arthur L. Trester Award from Mr. Harry H. Skillman, member of the IHSAA Board of Control. Manual is the runner-up State Champion! The Redskins lost the championship to Kokomo, 68-66, in an overtime contest — the first in State final competition since 1918. Tom and Dick VanArsdale, three-year veterans, capped the season by winning the prized Arthur L. Trester Award for mental attitude and scholar- ship, first time the honor has gone to a dual combination. Tom and Dick also received the honors of MVP ' s and " Mr. Basketball " of In- diana. This title made them " first man " on the " Indiana All-Stars " team which plays the " Kentucky All-Stars " in two benefit games in June. " Tom " and " Dick " will " number " their shirts. Coach Dick Cummins and Assistant Coach " Woody " McBride guided the Varsity to 19 wins and only two losses going into Sectional competition at Southport. Cathedral ' s Irish defeated Manual in the opening game, 63-53; but the team went on to a seven-game win- ning streak, scoring an average margin of 24 points over opponents. The celebration in the Manual gymnasium after the State Finals shows (from left to right) Student Managers Bill Todd, Ron Collins, and Bill Bloemker; Tourney Team Members Tom VanArsdale, Jim Cummings, Chuck Dennison, Rex Hedegard, Leon Carter, Dick VanArsdale, Dave Scheib, Cornell Short, Jerry Cummins, Armen Cobb, Larry Short, and Roger Wathen. At the side is Master of Ceremonies Bill Kleyla. VanArsdale Twins Receive Dual Trester Awards VARSITY BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Ron Collins, Student Manager; Leon Carter, Rex Hedegard, Cornell Short, Roger Wathen, Chuck Dennison, Armen Cobb, Bill Bloemker, Student Manager. BACK ROW: Coach Dick Cummins, Jerry Cummins, Larry Short, Dick VanArsdale, Tom VanArsdale, Jim Cummings, Dave Scheib, Coach " Woody " McBride. Sacred Heart, Ben Davis, Bloomington, New Albany, and Terre Haute Cerstmeyer were de- feated before the Cumminsmen entered City Tourney action. The Redskins downed Short- ridge and Washington to meet Crispus Attucks in the final. The Flying Tigers dealt Manual out of the championship by a 59-54 score. With a record of 7-2, Manual ' s cagers went on a rampaging, winning binge, administering decisive defeats to 23 teams. Twelve oppo- nents were knocked-off before the scheduled season ended and nine more were added in tourney action. In the twelve remaining sea- son games, the Redskins bested tough oppo- nents, including Columbus (winner of their Regional), Shortridge (one of two teams to defeat Muncie Central), and arch-rival South- port (by 15 points in the last game). Manual defeated four teams of the 13-team competi- tion to add the second straight Sectional win, February 25. Having to weather deep snows, plus New Palestine, Greenfield, and Franklin Central, Manual reached the final game with Vernon Township. The Big Red five defeated the hot-shooting Flashes 58-41. Tears of joy fall around Head Coach Dick Cummins, surrounded by the varsity cheerleaders. Coach Cummins ' Redskins had just defeated Muncie Central to advance to the Finals of the State Tourney. 55 Basketball Consumes Four Hectic Saturdays Butler Fieldhouse loomed as the playing ground from the Redmen cagers for the next three weeks and six games. With a 23-win, two-loss, highly praised record, Manual open- ed against Plainfield in the first game of the Indianapolis Regional. Holding the upper-hand all the way in the afternoon battle, the Red- skins dropped Plainfield 66-54, to reach the final game with Crispus Attucks, winner in the afternoon over Alexandria. Coach Dick Cummins ' crew faced Attucks, the team that barely got by them in City Tourney play, 59- 54, and achieved sweeter revenge. The Var- sity cagers hit the highly touted Tigers, 55- 44. Using a two-posted attack, featuring the VanArsdale twins (who poured in 45 of the 55 Manual points) , Manual advanced to the Semi-Finals of the state for the first time in 38 years. Connersville and Manual went at it in the first game of the next Saturday round with Muncie and Columbus following. Matters looked tough in the first half for the ' Skins with Connersville ' s Spartans holding a six point bulge at the first-quarter stop and a tie game at intermission. However, Manual came roaring back in the second half to win, 61-49. Muncie Central won over Columbus to meet Manual in the evening play-off. Muncie, the only team to beat Kokomo during the sea- son, was down two points at the end of the first stanza and ten at the half. Leading at the end of the third also, Manual watched the Muncie five explode in the fourth period but not enough to catch the Redskins who won by a score of 62-59, to gain a State-Final berth for the first time since 1915. The final four teams in the state — Kokomo, Logansport, Tell City, and Manual — all came to the tourney with records of 20 wins or better. Manual drew Tell City for the first game of the after- noon session. Although the Redskins led 29- 26 at the half, Tell City ' s Marksmen came back in the third period to trail Manual by one point, for a close-fought game. Shown here are Seniors Dave Scheib and Larry Short in the opening game of the State Finals with Tell City. The Marksmen, not being able to compete with Manual ' s height or shooting ability, lost the first round stanza, 70-55. Kokomo downed Logansport in the second game to meet the Redskins in the Indiana State Finals that evening. 56 In the final stanza, the Redmen poured in 26 points to reach the Finals, 70-55. As was ex- pected, Kokomo defeated Logansport in the afternoon ' s second game. The stage was set for what turned out to be one of the closest, hardest fought final games in Indiana basket- ball history. The Cumminsmen led at every stop except what should have been the last. The score being tied at 62-62, the game was forced into an overtime to decide a victor. A two-shot foul was awarded to Kokomo with seconds remaining in the three-minute exten- sion. The two-shot foul proved fatal. Manual won the runner-up spot in the 1961 State! And all Redskins celebrated far into that night and for several weeks to come, ending with a . " Greet the Team " program, sponsored by Masoma, Roines, and Student Affairs Board, on April 15 to honor our " champs. " Center Larry Short grabs a rebound. Lecn Carter (40), Tom VanArsdale (22), Jim Cummings (14), and Dick VanArsdale (30) are ready to assist. Kokomo ' s Jim Ligon gets a loose ball as Larry Short attempts to intercept. D. VanArsdale and Armen Cobb stand by. Jim Cummings gives Muncie Central ' s Richie Williams a keen watching in the final game of the Semi-Final. Dick VanArsdale, Larry Short, and Jim Cummings take good care of trie ball in the Muncie Central game. Cagers Close Out ' Best Season With. 28 Victories Up in the air are dual Trester Award winners, Tom and Dick VanArsdale. The six-five, identical twins are shown in the afternoon game of the State Semi-Final. Losses by graduation include Seniors Dave Scheib, Larry Short, Armen Cobb, Jim Cum- mings, Dick VanArsdale, and Tom VanArs- dale. Returning veterans from the Varsity squad will be Chuck Dennison, Leon Carter, Jerry Cummins, Roger Wathen, Rex Hedegard, and Cornell Short. Throughout the season, four of the starting five — Larry Short, Jim Cummings, and the VanArsdale twins, were on everyone ' s all-tourney lists. Dick VanArs- dale led the Manual scoring with 585 points with brother Tom following with 554 mark- ers. Jim Cummings totaled 315 and Larry Short added 253. The fifth starter, Armen Cobb, scored 107 points. Manual O ponents 53 Cathedral ' .--. 63 72 Cerstmeyer 42 58 Sacred Heart 35 79 Ben Davis 70 79 Bloomington 61 79 New Albany 54 66 (City Tourney) Shortridge 54 65 (City Tourney) Washington 59 54 (City Tourney) Crispus Attucks 59 80 Broad Ripple 60 64 North Central 44 71 Columbus 55 61 Tech 54 66 Shortridge 39 81 Washington 73 82 Wood 60 63 Warren Central 41 86 Madison Heights 62 71 Howe 63 72 69 .Scecina 32 .Southport 54 64 (Sectional) New Palestine 44 76 (Sectional) Greenfield 49 61 (Sectional) c ranklin Central 35 58 (Sectional) Vernon Township 41 66 (Regional) Plainfield 54 55 (Regional) Crispus Attucks 44 61 (Semi-State) Connersville 49 62 (Semi-State) Muncie Central 59 70 (Final) Tell City 55- 66 (Final) Kokomo (o.t.) 68 The Manual Reserve team closed the season in mid-February with 13 victories in 20 games under the guidance of Coach Woody McBride. Coach Harold Bennett ' s Frosh also finished the season in February with a .500 percentage, winning eight and losing eight. 58 Cummins Looks to Underclassmen for ' 62 Power RESERVE BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Dave Morris, Mike Shea, Clarence Highbaugh, Phil Steele. SECOND ROW: Bill Todd, Student Manager; John Evans, Chuck Dennison, Larry Markle. Denzel Throckmorton, Doug Mullen. THIRD ROW: Dave Hill, Student Manager; Paul Switzer, Cornell Short, Roger Wathen, Richard Hedegard, Coach " Woody " McBride. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Student Manager Jim Arnold, Bill Cooch, Dan Nicoson, Elmer Pottorff, Don Head. SECOND ROW: Jim Patterson, Bill Breeder, Larry Carter, Wayne Hawley, Steve Adams, Gary Helm. THIRD ROW: Coach Gene Bennett, Bob Cummins, Jim Jewell, Mike Liggett, Bill Jones, Vic Jacobs, Ronnie Neesen. 59 VARSITY BASEBALL — FRONT ROW: Armen Cobb, Bill Ralston, Roger Wright, Larry Shaner, Larry Hall, Paul Coss. SECOND ROW: Coach Woody McBride, Ed Stiegelmeyer, Jim Cummings, Ernie Wilson, Ron Cooper, Student Manager Cecil Adams. Friday, Thirteenth Changes Luck of Diamondmen The Manual senior baseball league closed last year ' s schedule with three wins against six losses. Coach Elwood " Woody " McBride ' s varsity diamondmen opened the year with seven consecutive losses, the first win coming on Friday, May 13, against Sacred Heart. In the following game, the Redskins added win number two, defeating Shortridge, 6-3. The third win was over Beach Grove, 5-2. Manual had close defeats by Franklin Township, Howe, and North Central. Manual ' s Reserve and Freshmen squads com- piled 5-7 and 3-3 records, respectively. Manual Opponents 2 , Ben Davis 1 5 Franklin Township 8 2 Sacred Heart 3 2 Warren Central 8 Washington 8 Broad Ripple 12 1 Southport 15 Cathedral 9 5 Sacred Heart 2 6 Shortridge 3 5 Beech Grove 2 3 Howe 4 2 North Central 3 RESERVE BASEBALL — FRONT ROW: Dave Morris, Doug Mullen, Cliff Seyfried, Jim Jones, Glen Skiver, Tim Cummings, Tom Marshall. SECOND ROW: Mike Shea, Steve Butler, Steve Cummings, Phil Steele, Jim Adams, Terry Boyer, Student Manager Ted Collins. THIRD ROW: Student Manager Vic Jacobs, John Evans, Larry Weaver, Steve Jewell, Greg Blount, Terry Hannon, Coach Gene Harvey. GOLF TEAM — FRONT ROW: George Humphrey, Richard Camp, Roger Day, Norman Fuchs. SECOND ROW: Mr. Oral Bridgford, Coach; Ron Phillips, )erry West, Terry Mc- Donnell, Dennis Moore. young ' Golf, Tennis Teams Improve Yearly Coach Oral Bridgford ' s golf squad gained three wins and one tie meet in a thirteen-game sea- son. The Manual divitmen out shot Wood ' s teemen in two matches and Franklin Central ' s in one. The one tie match was with Lawrence Central. The nine losses went to Southport, Ben Davis, North Central, Sacred Heart, Washington, Scecina, Warren Central, Broad Ripple, and Bloomington. Winning three matches and losing four were the season ' s tallies of Manual ' s 1960 tennis team, coached by Mr. Leland Walter. The racket sport, revived at Manual last year, saw the Redskin team defeat Sacred Heart, Wash- ington, and Scecina. In the city tournament, the racketmen reached the semi-finals in both the singles and doubles. TENNIS TEAM — FRONT ROW: Ronnie Cooper, John Clark, Cliff Seyfried, Bill Bloe- mker, Kenny Scharfe. SECOND ROW: Gerhard Gennich, Joe Pete, Ronald Rae, Doug Stege- moller, Bob Whitson. THIRD ROW: Rick Seyfried, John Hurt, Rex Hedegard, Dick Hedegard, Ray Seyfried, Mr. Leland Walter, coach. 61 Coach. ' Mds Cinder men Run First in Eleven Meets Manual ' s varsity ovalmen, under Coach Fran- cis " Mo " Moriarty, closed out the 1960 track season with eleven wins against only three losses. Redskin cindermen broke and rebroke many records during the season. The climax was the Washington sectional in which Man- ual placed fifth with 1 6V4 points. In the Hoosier Relays, March 26, Manual won 13 medals, four in the two mile relay, four in low hurdle shuttle, one in shot-put, and four in the distance medley. Juniors Tom and Dick VanArsdale were standouts. Dick set three records in the high hurdles at 15.9, 15.8, and 15.5 seconds, and also holds Manual ' s out- door shot-put record with a throw of 51 feet, 1 OVo inches. In the low hurdles, Tom Van- Arsdale set a new record of 20.7. In the in- door shot-put event, Tom broke the school record with a throw of 53 feet, 4 1 ) inches, and set a high jump record of six feet, one and one-half inches. Lining up are dashmen Tom and Dick VanArsdale, jun- iors, and Chuck Dennison and Don Kleppe, sophomores. Clearing the bar for Manual is senior Pole Vaulter Jim Peters in the Ben Davis meet. The Redskins won 61-48. One of the most outstanding sophomore track- sters was Leon Carter, who set a new half- mile record of 2:03.9. Manual Opponents 58 Bloomington University 43 Warren Central , 26 63 Lawrence Central 54 75 Scecina 34 59 Wood 50 84 Sacred Heart 25 87 Cathedral 22 61 Ben Davis 48 51 Southport 58 77 Columbus 32 51 Broad Ripple 58 51 Howe 58 68 Warren Central 41 79 Franklin Central 30 69 Washington 40 Leading the pack in the high hurdle competition are Manual ' s Tom and Dick VanArsdale. The identical twins broke records in the low and high hurdles. VARSITY TRACK — FRONT ROW: Manager jim Barnett, Steve Sudler, Frank lannuzzi, J Winckelbach, Larry Jordan, )erry Schnitzius, Chuck Dennison, Rex Anderson, Jerry Fox, Dave Whitson, Chuck Creasey, Mike Wiley, William Todd, Manager. SECOND ROW: Manager Jim Coleman, Coach Francis Moriarty, Leon Carter, Orville Thompson, Ray Swinford, Marty Baron, Ed Zaenglein, Jim Peters, Tom Hannon, Don Kleppe, Mike Pearce, Mark Zaenglein, Al Ratz, Ed Tucker, Coach Louis Parnell, Manager Ronald Collins. THIRD ROW: Tom Schulz. Bob Skaggs, Steve Richards, Carl Abbot, Dave Scheib, Lee Foster, Tom VanArsdale, Dick Foran, Dick VanArsdale, Charles Davis, Kenny St. Clair, Mike Armstead, Wiley Embry, Pete Orvell, Randy Thompson. FRESHMEN TRACK — FRONT ROW: Manager Charles Bowling, Tom McLaughlin, William Penner, Danny Stout, Albert McDaniel, George Hembree, Donald Ramsey, Gene MacFarland, Jerry Hines, Larry Wells, Roy Lashly. SECOND ROW: Coach Noah Ellis, John Schwartz, Jack Lloyd, Wayne Monroe, Bill Fritsche, Douglas Cain, Roger Wathan, James Dehoney, David Craves, Dennis Richards, Jim Brooks. ■HHWHRWaBHaHUHHI IBBMlHHiMMHMHMHMI 63 ru ) MANUALITES In future years, when we Manualites reflect on our high schools days, the album section is the place we shall look to find all our friends. Every one of our pictures is in this section, and these are the people with whom we have lived, " suffered, " and learned during our high school days. 65 Faculty Redskins Encourage Us, Cheer Us On Booster Sports Editor Bill Rhode presents the first Booster bumper strip, cut from the Semi-State Tournament issue, to Mrs. Mary Spiegel, secretary to Principal C. Edgar Stahl and secretary to all principals since 1915. The Booster dubbed her " Dame Manual " in the special edition put out for the Alumni Birthday Party. joining the Manual faculty makes loyal Red- skins of teachers as is proved by the support our faculty members give all school activities. Our teachers inspire us to participate in ac- ademic competitions and egg us on to improve our grades and personalities and to develop dependability. They are interested in us. At the Sectional celebration, the faculty pro- duced two cheerleaders of its own who led the entire group in a yell for our Alma Mater. Many of us felt just the way one sophomore expressed her reaction. " I was really ' got ' when the teachers came running from all parts of the gym to give a yell. It was really great! " That ' s our Manual faculty! Faculty men play " Dad " as they officiate behind the steam counter at the Dads Club Spaghetti Supper. Mr. Bonner Allee, Mr. Franklin Fisher, Mr. Harold Pagel, Mr. Noah Ellis, and Mr. Noble Poole prepare plates for hungry pztrons. 66 Faculty Mr. Edgar Stahl — BA, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; Principal. Mr. E. Franklin Fisher — BS, Central Normal College; MS, Butler University; Vice-principal. Mr. Noble H. Poole — BS, MA, Ohio State University; Vice-principal. Mr. Fred Ahlemeyer — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; Mathematics. Mr. Bonner Allee — AB, Wabash College; MA, Indiana State Teachers College; Mathematics. Mrs. Barbara Anderson — AB, Earlham College; Home Economics; Senior Class Sponsor. Mr. Millard H. Arnold — BA, Butler University; French, Spanish; French Club Sponsor; Red- skin Review Sponsor. Mr. Ray Ashley — BS, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Business Education; 9-B Sponsor. Mrs. Jean Bacus — BS, Indiana University; MS, Purdue University; Home Economics. Miss Patricia Barnes — BA, DePauw University; English. Mr. Harold E. Beasley — BS, Indiana Central College; Mathematics. 10 49H. Butler University; Sponsor; Redskin Butler University; Coach; Freshman Mr. Fred J. Bennett — BA, English; National Thespian Revue Chairman. Mr. Harold E. Bennett — BS, Science; Assistant Football Basketball Coach. Mrs. Coral T. Black — BS, MA, Columbia Uni- versity; Social Studies. Mr. Richard Blough — BS, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Head, English-Language Department; Roines Sponsor. Mr. Harold Boese — PhB, Ripon College; Sci- ence. Mr. Oral Bridgford — BS, MS, Indiana Univer- sity; Head, Physical Education; Coif Coach. Mr. Roy L. Calder — BS, MA, Ball State Teach- ers College; Business Education. Mrs. Charlotte Camfield — BS, Indiana Univer- sity; Business Education. Mr. Robert M. Canner — BS, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Science; Public Address Club Sponsor. Mr. John Ciochina — BS, MS, Indiana Univer- sity; Mathematics. Mrs. Patsy Conklin — BA, Indiana State Teach- ers College; English. Miss Margaret L. Consodine — BS, Butler Uni- versity; English, Social Studies; FTA Sponsor. Mr. Robert W. Crawford — BS, Ohio State Uni- versity; MS, Butler University; Fine Arts. Mr. Richard C. Cummins — BA, Franklin Col- lege; MS, Butler University; Science; Varsity Basketball Coach. M Sgt. Walton Davidson — ROTC Instructor. Mr. Oran Davis — BS, Indiana University; BA, John Herron Art School; Head, Art Department. Ia 67 Faculty Mr. Howard Thrall, Director of Coun- selling and Sponsor of the Senior Class, discusses with Mrs. Gertrude Hopper, Manual Social Worker, Senior pros- pects for scholarships. Miss Gladys A. Denney — BAE, MAE, John Herron Art School, Fine Arts; Art Production. Mrs. Betty Donnella — BS, Indiana University; Business Education; Y-Teens Sponsor. Mr. Robert N. Doyal — BA, Butler University; English; Co-sponsor Radio Club. Mr. Wayne E. Dunbar — BA, Franklin College; Science; Science Club Sponsor. Miss Virginia Edds — RN, Union Hospital School of Nursing; BS, University of Colorado; Future Nurse Club Sponsor. Mr. John T. Edwards — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; MS, Indiana University; Industrial Arts. Mr. Noah J. Ellis — BA, Franklin College; MS, Butler University; Science; Varsity Football Coach; Freshman Track Coach. Mr. Walter Floyd — BA, MS, Butler University; Social 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 — AB, Northwestern Uni- versity; MS, Indiana University; Head, Business Education Department. Mrs. Jane Hall Cable — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; English; Director of Publications; Quill and Scroll Sponsor. Mr. Robert T. Callamore — BA, Ball State Teachers College; MS, Butler University; Me- chanical Drawing. Miss Nancy Cehrum — BA, Kent State Univer- sity; English, Latin; Latin Club Sponsor. Miss Elizabeth Coett — BA, MS, Butler Univer- sity; English; Masoma Sponsor. Mrs. Alma Green — BA, Central Normal Col- lege; MS, Butler University; Business Educa- tion. Mr. E. Edward Creen — BA, MA, Butler Uni- versity; English. Miss Phyllis Greve — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers CoMege; Busness Education. Mrs. Edna Cullett — BA, DePauw University; MS, Indiana University; Head, Social Studies Department. Mr. John B. Hallett — BS, Purdue University; Industrial Arts. 68 Faculty Miss Freda Hart — BM, DePauw University; Music; Glee Club Sponsor; Glee-ettes Sponsor; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor. Mr. Gene Harvey — BS, Butler University; Busi- ness Education; Varsity Baseball Coach; In- tramural Sponsor. Mrs. Mildred Haskens — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; English; Radio Speech Club Sponsor; Mask and Wig Sponsor. Mr. Roland Hawkins — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; Social Studies; Student Affairs Board Sponsor. Mrs. Suzanne Hawkins — BS, Indiana Univer- sity; English. Mr. Edward F. Hegarty — BA, Marian College; Spanish. Mrs. Jennie Howe — AB, BS, Butler University; Mathematics. 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; History; Assistant Football Coach; Assistant Wrestling Coach. Mr. J. Ray Johnson — BS, MS, Butler Univer- sity; Business Education; Placement Director; Ticket Director; Junior Class Sponsor. Mr. Wayne H. Kincaid — BS, Purdue Univer- sity; MS, Indiana University; Head, Math- Science Department. Mr. William D. Kleyla — BPSM, Indiana Uni- versity; Head, Music Department; Director of Bands; Twirling Club Sponsor. MA, Indiana Uni- Purdue Uni- Mr. John L. Krueger — BA, versity; Social Studies. Mr. Otto W. Kuehrmann — BS, versity; Sicence. Mrs. Wanda Long — BA, MA, Purdue Univer- sity; Home Economics. Mr. Edward Maybury — BS, MS, Miami Uni- versity; Head, Industrial Arts Department. Mr. Elwood McBrids — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Indiana State Teachers College; Business Education; Varsity Baseball Coach; Assistant Basketball Coach. Mr. Victor M. McDowell — BS, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club Sponsor. Mr. Wendell W. Mertx — BME, MME, Indiana University; Music; Director of Choir. Mr. Tommy Moore — BA, Earlham College; MS, Indiana University; Social Studies; Fresh- man Football Coach; Assistant Baseball Coach. Each department has a departmental meeting in the library where Miss Helen Negley, librarian, presents new books that are available for that de- partment. Here English teachers are shown at one such meeting. 69 Faculty Mrs. Thelma T. Morgan — BA, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Director of Activities; Home Econom- ics. Mr. Francis R. Moriarty — BS, MS, Butler Uni- versity; Driver Education; Assistant Football Coach; Varsity Track Coach. Miss Helen Negley — BA, MS, Butler Univer- sity; Librarian. Mrs. Kathryn Nichols — BS, Indiana Univer- sity; English. Mr. Leonard H. Noire — BA, Indiana State Teachers College; MS, Butler University; In- dustrial Arts. M Sgt. Jack Nunnery — ROTC Commandant; ROTC Drill Team Coach; ROTC History Club Sponsor. Mr. Harold Pagel — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Butler University; Business Education; D- rector of Visual Education. Mr. Harry B. Painter — BA, Wabash College; MS, Indiana University; LLB, Benjamin Har- rison Law School; Social Studies. Mr. Ben Parke — BS, Butler University; MAT, Indiana University; Mathematics. Mr. Louis Parnell — BS, Butler University; Social Studies; Freshman Football Coach; Assistant Track Coach. Miss Theo B. Parr — BA, Western Michigan University; MA, University of Michigan; Phys- ical Education. Mr. John W. Patten — BA, Duke University; MS, Butler University; Social Studies; Dean of Boys; Student Affairs Board Sponsor. Mrs. Rae Phillips — AB, Hiram College; English; Redskin Revue Sponsor. Miss Elena Raglin — BA, Western Michigan University; MA, University of Michigan; Phys- ical Education; Girls Intramural Sponsor. Mr. Dale W. Reid — BS, Indiana State Teach- ers College; Industrial Arts. Miss Dorothy Robertson — BA, Ohio Wesleyan University; MA, Indiana University; English. Miss Judith B. Rodman — BS, Butler University; English; Masoma Sponsor; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor. Mr. Alvin Romeiser — BS, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; Physical Education. Mr. Arthur T. Roney — BS, MS, Butler Univer- sity; Science. Miss Wilhelmina Schaufler — BS, Indiana State Teachers College; Business Education. Miss Nancy C. Sharp — BS, Butler University; English; Cub Club Sponsor; Publications Ass ' t. Mrs. Jean Shelton — BS, Purdue University; Home Economics; Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor; Red- skin Revue Sponsor. Mrs. Vivian L. Siener — AB, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Dean of Girls; English. Mr. Harold E. Smith — BS, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Science. Mrs. Pauline Stark — BS, MS, Purdue Univer- sity; Head, Home Economics. Mrs. Esther Steindorff — BA, Franklin College; MA, Indiana University; Latin; Latin Club Co- Sponsor. Mrs. Alice Steiner — BA, Hanover College; MA, University of Arkansas; English. Mrs. Frances N. Stewart — BS, MS, Butler Uni- versity; English. 70 Faculty Mr. Thomas E. Taylor — BS, Butler University; English. Mr. Harry H. Thomas — BS, Ball State Teach- ers College; MS, Indiana University; Business Education; Athletic Director. Mr. Marvin W. Thorpe — BS, Purdue Univer- sity; Industrial Arts. Mr. Howard C. Thrall — BA, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Etymology; Director of Guidance; Senior Sponsor. Mr. Raymond VanArsdale — BA, Wabash Col- lege; MA, Cumberland University; Mathemat- ics. Mr. F. Edward Wall — BA, Indiana University; Science; Science Club Sponsor; National Honor Society Sponsor; Senior Sponsor. Mr. Leland F. Walter — BA, Ball State Teach- ers College; Science; Tennis Coach. Mr. Volney Ward — BA, MA, Indiana Univer- sity; Mathematics. Miss Margaret Warner — BM, Conservatory; Orchestra. Mr. M. D. Williams — BS, versity; Business Education. Mr. Carl E. Wright — BS, Social Studies; Director of Manager. Mrs. Rovene T. Yeager — BS sity; Home Economics. MM, lordon MS Indiana Uni- ndiana University; Productions; Stage Indiana Univer- Mrs. Lela Nelson, clerk in the library, ■ with the aid of Freshman Mary Stain- brook, library assistant, readies the check-out counter for the onslaught of students that comes with each pe- riod throughout the school day. Miss Patricia Brown — Receptionist. Miss Charlotte Hafer — Registrar. Mrs. Edith Hoffman — Cafeteria Manager. Mrs. Helen Lichtenberger — Bookkeeper. Mrs. Mary J. Spiegel — Secretary. Mrs. Hilda VanArsdale — Stenographer. Mrs. Daisy Wall — Attendance Clerk. Mrs. Rausabel Wiliams — Bookstore Manager. 71 Seniors Add ' Best-Ever Year to Manual Reflections On Senior Day, during ceremonies in the cafeteria after school, Principal C. Edgar Stahl presents the traditional gavel to Class President Tim Martin. The largest Senior Class in Manual ' s history keynoted their " big " year with the class motto, " The Door to Success Is Labeled ' Push. ' " Official activities began with Senior Class Recognition Day in October. Class of- ficers Tim Martin, president; Bonnie McKin- ney, vice-president; Larry Short, treasurer; and Linda Hansen, secretary, planned the day, along with the Senior Council, as one of their first duties. Council members were Wanda Bailey, Judy Crouch, Henry Drahos, Shirley Kratowicz, Larry Lindley, Deanna Reeves, Jan Stephenson, and Marcia Walker. All day, sen- iors attended classes. During Home Room, roses were distributed and class officers par- ticipated in the color code program. After school at the Senior Day meeting, Principal C. Edgar Stahl presented the Senior Cavel to Tim Martin; and Tim presided over the first Sen- ior Class meeting. A party in the cafeteria concluded the day. Seniors, selected by American Education Week Committee Mr. Harold Pagel, Mr. Wayne Kincaid, Miss Theo Parr, and Mr. Richard Blough, took over teachers ' and ad- ministrators ' duties on Turn-About Day in November. Bill Bloemker was Principal C. Edgar Stahl; Martha Coode, Vice-principal E. Franklin Fisher; Ronnie Cambridge, Vice- principal Noble Poole; Wanda Bailey, Dean of Girls Mrs. Vivian Siener; and Tom Fink, Dean of Boys John Patten. A Christmas party for freshmen and a Valen- tine Tea for faculty were other important activities. Class gifts included a portrait, which is hung in the conference room, of Mr. Stahl, principal since 1952, and a curtain for the back of the gymnasium for commence- ment exercises. College-bound students made plans for college and were interviewed for scholarships in the spring. Also in the spring was the annual Senior Class Play. This year the all-senior production was " Lost Horizon " by James Hilton, May 19, in our " aud. " Cli- maxing the year was the Senior Prom, which took place at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. Class Vice-president Bonnie McKinney presents the first senior arm band to its designer, Dick Listenberger. 72 Members of the class of 1961 who were named " Top Ten Juniors " last year at the class ' s Junior Day are as follows: SEATED: Dorothy Porter, Judy Norcross, Sherry Braun, Wanda Bailey, and Jan Stephenson. STANDING: Tom Kivett, Armen Cobb, Tom VanArsdale, Dick VanArsdale, and Bill Bloemker. Top Pupils of Class of ' 61 Win Honors as Juniors At the 1960 Junior Prom, at Atherton Center, Butler University, Queen Shirley Kratowicz and King Tom VanArsdale share the " coronation dance " as members of their court watch. Most of the class attended this gala dance. 73 Seniors Carl Abbott — Cross Country 2-4; Intramural 2-3; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Monitor 2; Track 2-4; Wrestling 2; Visual Aid 2-4. Cecil Adams — Baseball, Manager 3-4; Football Manager 4; Monitor 3; ROTC Drill Team 1-4; ROTC History 1-4. John Aldrich — Basketball 1 ; Monitor 1 ; ROTC Color Guard 3-4; ROTC History Club 2-3; ROTC Officers Club 4. Margaret Alford — Monitor 4; Pep Club 3; Special Asst. 4. Lynn Amick — Intramural 3-4; Monitor 2. John Anderson — Baseball 1 ; Football 1 ; League of Honor 1 ; Wrestling 2; Visual Aids 2-3. Michael Ar mistead — Choir 3-4; Intramural 2-3; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Math Club 1-2; Track 1-4. Dennis Armour — Cross Country 1 ; Industrial Arts Club 3; Intramural 1-4; Monitor 4; Redskin Revue 3-4. Richard Augustin — Sacred Heart High School 1-3. Wanda Bailey — FNA Club, President 1,3,4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Pep Club, Secre- tary 1-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 1-4; Student Affairs Bd. 4; Tri Hi Y, Vice-President 1-4; Alternate ROTC Sponsor 4; Flag Girl 1-4. Sharon Baird — Home Room Agent 2-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; ROTC History Club 4; Special Asst. 1-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Cand. 4. Rose Baker — Choir 3-4; Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1; Operetta 3-4; Pep Club 2-3; Y Teens Club. Sandra Baker — Intramural 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; Red- skin Revue, Usherette 3-4; Tri Hi Y 1-2. Bob Ballinger — Sacred Heart High School 1-3. Linda Beach — Ivian 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Monitor 1-2; National Honor Society 3-4; Redskin Revue 3. Francine Beggs — Intramural 2-4; Jr. Red Cross 4; Mask Wig 2-4; Redskin Revue 2; Tri Hi Y 4; Southport High School 1 . John Beuoy — Intramural 2-4. Carol A. Bidgood — Monitor 4; Radio Speech Club, Vice-President 3-4; Redskin Revue 4. William Bloemker — Baseball 2; Basketball, Manager 1-4; Football 1-2; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4 Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4 Redskin Revue 1-2; Roines, Project Chairman 4 Tennis 3-4; Boys ' State 3. " Steve Boone — Band 3; Dance Band 2; Home Room Rep. 2; Orchestra 1 ; Wrestling 2. Bill Borden — Cross Country 1-2; League of Honor 1 -4; Redskin Revue 4. 74 Seniors Larry Boring — Marsha Jerrene Bowers — Band 2-4; Cub Club 1 ; Home Room Rep. 4; Intramural 1-3; Mask Wig 3-4; Monitor 2; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 3-4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 3. Noramae Branham — Band 2-4; Choir 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma, Recording Secretary 4; Na- tional Thespians 4; Operetta 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Girls ' State, Alternate; Homecoming Queen Cand. ; Queen Martha Cand. ; National Honor Society 4. Ralph Brannon — ROTC Rifle Team, Captain 2-4. Patricia Braughton — Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 1; Monitor 1-3; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue, Usherette 2-4; Stage Crew, Make Up 2; Tri Hi Y 2. Sherry Braun — Cheerleader 1-4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Na- tional Honor Society, Treasurer 3-4; Redskin Revue, Committee Co-Chairman 1-4; Special Asst. 1-3; Girls ' State; Top Ten Junior 3; Military Ball Queen Cand. 4. Sandra Breese- Special Asst. 1 -Girl ' s Glee Club 3-4; -4. Monitor 1-2: Karen Brehob — Intramural 3; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue Sponsor 3; Redskin Revue 2-4; Dean ' s Asst. 4; Y-teens 1; Twirling Club 1. Don Breimeir — Nancy Brenton- cial Asst. 1-4. Harold Britts — Intramural 2-3; Monitor 2-3; Spe- Cheryl Brizendine — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 2-4; Mask Wig 1-3; Vice- president 3; Tri Hi Y; Visual Aids Asst. 1-4. Dave Broady — Monitor 3-4; Redskin Revue 3; Wrestling 1; Visual Aids Asst. 1-2. Joyce Brown — jr. Red Cross 4; Monitor 1-3; Pep Club 3; Special Asst. 2-3; Visual Aids Asst. 4. Lenora Brown — Intramural 1-4; Monitor 1-2; Spe- cial Asst. 4; Visual Aids Asst. 4. Robert Brown — Monitor 2. Dennis Browning — Industrial Arts Club 3; Sound Crew 3; Tennis 3; Visual Aids Asst. 3-4. Stephen Brownlee — Band 2-4; Choir 2-4; League of Honor 3-4; National Thespians 3-4, Treasurer 4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 2-4; Redskin Revue 3; Roines 4; Tennis 4; Broad Ripple High School 1-2. ' Sara Bros — Booster 2-4, Page Editor; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; National Honor Society 3-4; Quill and Scroll 3-4; I. U. Journalism Institute 3. ' Ray Brunnemer — Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Special Asst 3; Wrestling 1-3. Iva Buchanan — Home Room Agent 3; Intramural 1-2; Jr. Red Cross 1; Mask Wig 3; Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue, Usherette 4- Tri Hi Y 1 ; Baton Club 1 -2. 75 Seniors Evelyn Vonne Bumpus — Choir 3-4; Operetta 4; Shortridge High School 1 -2. Joan Burrello — Home Room Agent 2; Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 2. James Butler — Choir 3-4; Operetta 3-4. Johnie Byrum — Monitor 1 . Donald Caldwell — Intramural 2; League of Honor 1 ; Redskin Revue 1-4; ROTC Drill Team 1-2; ROTC History Club 1-2. Ronnie Cambridge — Booster 1-4; Home Room Rep. 3; Ivian 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 3; Quill and Scroll 3-4; Roines 4; Special Asst., I. U. Journalism Institute. Leo W. Canfield — Monitor 1 ; Operetta 1 ; Orchestra 1; ROTC Drill Team 1-4; ROTC History Club, Vice- President 4; ROTC Officers Club 4. Anthony Carlino — ROTC History Club 3-4. Sharon Kay Carlson — FHA Club 1 ; Intramural 1 ; )r. Red Cross 1 . Steve Carmean — Booster 1-4; Intramural 2-4; Mask Wig 2; Quill Scroll 3-4; Science Club 2. Sharon Carpenter — Home Room Rep. 1 ; League of Honor 1 ; Monitor 3 ; Cadet Teacher 4. Ruth Ann Carrier — Citizens League 2-3; Pep Club 1-2; Special Asst. 2-4; Tri Hi Y 1-2. Jerry Carter — Football 1 ; Intramural 4; Monitor 4. Sherri Caviness — Choir 2-4; FHA Club, Secretary- Treasurer 2-3; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Intramural 2-4; League of Honor 3; Monitor 1; Operetta 3-4; Special Asst. 3-4. Jo Ann Chandler — Home Room Rep. 1 ; Intramural 2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 3; Red- skin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4; Tri Hi Y 1 ; Pow Wow Princess Cand. 3. Jeanette Chapell — Band, Lieutenant 1-4; Home Room Rep. 3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Orches- tra 2; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 1. William Chapped — Math Club 1-3. Eddie Church — Pam Clements — Intramural 1; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 2-4. Armen Cobb — Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Foot- ball 1 ; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Roines, President 3-4; Special Asst. 1-4; Boys ' State 3; Top Ten Junior. Richard Cochran — League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 2-4; Tennis 3; Track 1,2,4; Wrestling 2. 76 Seniors Mona Cole— FNA Club 3-4; Pep Club 3-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Tri Hi Y 4; Military Ball Queen Cand. Ronald Collins — Baseball 1-2; Basketball 1-4; Foot- ball 1-4; Home Room Rep. 1 ; League of Honor 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 3-4; Ivian 1. lames Cook — Baseball 1-2; Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1. Gloria Coonfield — Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 1-3; Special Asst. 4. Pamela Cooper — Ivian Program 3; Monitor 4; Stage Crew 4; Tri Hi Y 4. Ronald Cooper — Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 3; Redskin Revue 4; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC Rifle Team 3-4; Monitor 2. Rose Corey — Choir 4; Monitor 4; Operetta 4; Super- ior East High School, Superior, Wisconsin 1-3. Veronda Cover — Booster 1-2; FNA Club 2; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Latin Club 2; League of Honor 1 ; Special Asst. 3-4. Franklin Cox — Monitor 2. Chuck Creasey — Booster 1-4; Cross Country 1-4; Ivian 4; League of Honor 2; Lettermen ' s Club 4- Quill Scroll 3-4; Track 1-3. Colleen Ann Crouch — Anderson High School 3; Wil- kinson High School 1 -2. Judy Crouch — Band, Librarian 1-4; Baton Twirler 4; Choir, Librarian, Treasurer 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Senior Council 4; Color Guard 1-2; Clean Up-Fix Up-Paint Up Queen 4. Helen Crow — Home Room Rep. 2; Monitor 3; Roosevelt High School, St. Louis, Missouri 1. lames Cummings — Baseball 1-4; Basketball, Captain 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Roines, Vice-President 3-4; Sound Crew 2-4; Track 1-3; Boy ' s State; Homecoming King 4; National Honor Society 4. Richard E. Cummings — Football 1-4; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 2-3; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 1-4; Track 1-3; Wrestling 1-4. Joe Cummins — Baseball 1; Basketball 1-2; Football 1-3; Intramural 4; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 2-3; Track 1. Marilyn Jo Cundiff — Monitor 1-4; Science Club 1; Special Asst. 4; Y Teens Club 1 ; Intramural 2. Ronald Curren — Football 1-3; Intramural 2-3; League of Honor 1-2; Lettermen ' s Club 1-4; Spe- cial Asst. 3; Track 1; Wrestling 1-4. Sandra Lee Curtis — Home Room Rep. 2- Monitor 3-4. Richard Alan Curhberrson — Choir 2-4; Operetta 3-4; Redskin Revue 1; Stage Crew 3; All City High School Choir Festival 2-4. Carolyn Dale — League of Honor 3; Pep Club 2-3; Special Asst. 3. 77 Seniors Louis Darko — Band 2-4; Dance Band 4; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 2-4; Pep Band 2-4; Redskin Revue 3; All-City Band 2-4; All-State Band 4. " Penny Davenport — Darrell Davis — League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 3-4; Track 1-2; Intramural 2. Harold Davis — Intramural 1-4; Math Club 1 ; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 1 . Sharon Davis — FHA Club 1 ; Ciziten ' s League 4; Student Council of World Affairs 4. Carol Dawson — French Club 2-3, President 3; Home Room Rep. 4; Special Asst. 3. Judith Deer- date 1 . -Monitor 2; Popularity Contest Candi- Nancy Devine — Monitor 1-3. Bill Devine — Football 3; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2-3; Roines, Treasurer 4. Shirley Dickerson — Home Room Rep. 4; Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 4; Jamboree Queen Cand. 3; Flag Girl 3; Lawrence Central 1 ; Decatur Central 2. Karla Dilley — Ivian 4; Special Asst. 4; Tri Hi Y 4. James Dodson- mural 3. -Baseball 1; Cross Country 3; Intra- Judy Dorn — Intramural 1 -2. Henry Drahos — Senior Council 4; Math Club I Monitor 2; Orchestra 2-4; Science Club 4. Jo Ann Duncan — Monitor 1 . Rozella Durocher — Girl ' s Glee Club 3-4; Home Room Agent 3; Special Asst. 2-4. Sharon Eccles — Ruth Edmonds — Girl ' s Glee Club 4; League of Honor 3; Monitor 4; Special Asst. 1. Gene Elliott — Redskin Revue 1 ; ROTC Drill Team 1-2; Sound Crew 2-3. Fred Embree — Barbara Emrich — Band 2-4; Color Guard 2-4; Mon- itor 3; Pep Club I; Redskin Revue 2-4. 78 Seniors Crowned George and Martha, Dick Listen- berger and Carolyn Cobble are all smiles as they reigned over the Cherry Tree Hop, the annual turn-about dance sponsored by the Girl ' s Glee Club. ludy England — Home Room Rep. 1; Monitor 2-3; League of Honor 1 -2. .Nadine Faughn — Booster 1 ; Cub Club 1 ; FHA Club 1 ; FTA Club 1 ; Monitor 3; Orchestra 1 ; Tennis 1 ; Y Teens Club 1. Nancy Ferguson — Band, Historian 1-4; Girl ' s Glee Club 1-4; Masoma, Vice-President 3-4; Operetta 4; Orchestra 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Student Affairs Bd. 2; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4; National Honor Society 4. Nickolas J. Ferris — Band 1-3; Cheerleader, Indian Mascot 1-3; Cub Club 1 ; League of Honor 2; Mask Wig 2-4; Monitor 4; Orchestra 3; Boys Pep Club 4; Redskin Revue 2,4; Tennis 3. Thomas Robert Fink — League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig, President 2-4; Math Club, President 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Roines 4; Science Club 2-4; Na- tional Honor Society 4. Marlis Finke — Special Asst. 1 ; Y Teens Club 1 -2. Jerry L. Flake — Football 1 Redskin Revue 2. Hi Y 1 ; Intramural 4; Jim Floyd — Washington High School 1 -2. Dick Foran — Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 1-4; Track 1-4. Lee Foster — Cross Country 1-3; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 3; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 4; Student Affairs Board, Treasurer 4, 2-4; Track 2-3; )r. Class Treasurer; Jr. Prom King Cand.; Homecom- ing King Cand. Lois Fox- Monitor 4; Howe High School 1-2. James Franklin — Band 1 ; Redskin Revue 3 ; Special Asst. 3; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4. Martha Fuqua — Home Room Agent 4; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue, Usherette 4; Harry E. Wood High School 1. Virginia Gammon cial Asst. 4. -Cub Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Spe- Joe A. Gerber — Baseball 1-4; Cross Country 1-3; Football 1-4; League of Honor 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 1-4; Operetta 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-3; Spe- cial Asst. 1-3; Student Affairs Board 1-3- Wrest- ling 1-3. 79 Seniors Karen Ann Giuliani — Jr. Red Cross 4; Pep Club 4; Special Asst. 4; Sacred Heart Central High School 1-3. Donna Class — Intramural 1-3; Home Room Agent 1,2,4; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 4; Special Asst. 1 -4. Carolyn Cobble — Girl ' s Glee Club 1-4, Pres 4; Clee- ettes 1-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 4; Spanish Club 1 ; " Martha, " Cherry Tree Hop; Military Ball Queen Candidate; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4. Martha Coode — Band 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Pen Band 3-4; Pep Club 1 ; Science Club 4; Special Asst. 1-4; Westinghouse Science Talent Search. Paul Graham — Lucerne High School 1-2. Betty Green — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Mask Wig 2; Monitor 1 . William J. Creene — Baseball 1; Choir 3; Football 1; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Monitor 1 ; Operetta 1 ; Red- skin Revue 4; ROTC Drill Team, Commander Major 4. Creunetta Groce — East St. Louis Senior High School, East St. Louis, Illinois 1-2. Judith Lucille Haapala — Choir 4; Monitor 4; Red- skin Revue 4; Flint Central High School 2-3; White- land High School 3-4. Linda K. Haas — Special Asst. 1-3. Lynda L. Haas — Girl ' s Glee Club 3-4; Home Room Rep. 4; Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue Act Sponsor 4; lamboree Queen 4; Queen Ann 4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4. Eddie Hair — Football 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Visual Aids 1-4. Thomas E. Hall, Jr. — Intramural 1-4; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 1-2. Linda Lee Hansen — Cheerleader 1-4, Mascot 4; FTA Club 1 ; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4, Secretary 4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Student Affairs Board 3-4, Secretary 3; jr. Prom Queen Cand; Mil- itary Ball Queen Cand. 4; Senior Class Secretary. Norman Hanshew — Intramural 1,4. Shirland Hardman — Band 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Visual Ed. 1-2. Judith Harris (Bailey) — Monitor 2,3; Special Asst. 3; North Central High School 2. |udy R. Harris — Booster 2-4; Cub Club 1; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Mask Wig 1-4; Monitor 3; Pep Club 1-2; Radio Speech Club, Pres., Sec, Treasurer, 2-4; Redskin Revue 2; Science Club 2; I. U. Speech Theater Institute 3. Mary Hawthorne — Band 2-4; Baton Twirler 2-4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4, Vice-President 4; League of Honor 1-3; Masoma 3-4; Operetta 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2-4; Special Asst. 1; National Honor Society 4. Cindy Haynes — Pep Club 1-3; Tee Pee Talent Parade Phyllis Heavrin — Cub Club 1. 80 Seniors Tana Heldman — Barbara Helm — Mask Wig 1-2; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1-4; Tennis 3; Y Teens Club, Program Director 1-2. Bob Herman — Daniel Higbee — Washington High School 1 -2. Douglas M. Higgins — Football 2; Jr. Red Cross 1-4; Monitor 3; Stage Crew 3; Franklin High School 1. Yvonne Hindman — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 3. Edna Hines — Monitor 3; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 1 . Lester Hines — Carl Hinton — Monitor 1 ROTC Officers Club 4. Charlene Marie Hodges — FHA Club, President 1-3; Home Room Rep. 1 ; Intramural 2; Ivian, Agent 1 ; ]r. Red Cross 4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 2-3; Tennis 1. Carol Ann Hoeping — Booster 2-4; Cub Club 1; Ivian, Agent 3; Jr. Red Cross 4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Asst. 4; Girls ' State 3; Turn-about Day 4; National Honor Society 4. Scott Hoereth — Booster 3-4; Football 1-2; Home Room Agent 1 ; Ivian 3-4; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue 3. Sherry Hoffmeister — Monitor 2; Pep Club 1-3; Spe- cial Asst. 2; Y-Teens Club 2. Judy Hogue — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Home Room Rep. 3; Monitor 4. Patricia Hogue — Booster Agent 4; FTA Club 1-2; Mask Wig 1-2; Monitor 4; Operetta 1-3; Orches- tra, Sec, Treasurer 1-4; Special Asst. 2-3; Tennis 1-2; Tee Pee Talent 3-4; Dramatic Contest 3. Bennie Holman — League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2. Louetta Hoover — FHA Club 1 ; Orchestra 1 ; Special Asst. 1-4; Y Teens Club 1. Bob Howell — Citizens League 2-4; FTA Club 1 ; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Tennis 1-4; Wrestling 1-2. Susie Hudson — Home Room Rep. 4; Monitor 3; Paris Crossing High School 1 -2. Alice Hughes — Cheerleader 1 ; Home Room Rep. 2-3; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club, President- Vice- President 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-4; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4; Football Jamboree Queen Cand. 3; Military Ball Queen Cand. 4. Sharon Hughes — Monitor 1-2; Special Asst. 2. 81 Seniors John Hurt — Football 1 ; Golf 2; Intramural 1-3; Let- termen ' s Club 4; Monitor 2; Stage Crew 3-4; Tennis 3-4; Track 2-3. Robert Huston — Citizens League 3-4; Cross Country 2; Football 1; Home Room Rep. 1; Latin Club 3-4; Mask Wig, Treasurer 2-4; Monitor 4; ROTC His- tory Club 2. Kenny Hutson — Citizens League 4; Mask Wig, Vice-President 2-4; Monitor 1-3; National Thespians 4; Radio Speech Club Workshop 4; Redskin Revue 3 ; Special Asst. Ronald Hyatt — Intramural 1-3; Monitor 2-3; Spe- cial Asst. 3. Cloria Jacobs — Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Intramural 1; Orchestra 1 ; Special Asst. 4. Janice Jarrett — Monitor 2; Y Teens Club 1. John Jarvis — Monitor 2-3; ROTC Drill Team 4; ROTC History Club 1 ; Wrestling 1 . Nancy Jenkins — Band 4; League of Honor 3; Pep Band 4. Vickie Jenkins — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1; Pep Club 1-2; Special Asst. 2-4; Tri Hi Y 1 ; Home Room Agent; Usher Operetta 1-4; Redskin Revue, Usher 3-4. Charles William Jensen — Redskin Revue 3-4; Stage Crew 3-4; Howe High School 1. Penny Jensen — Band 2-4; Color Guard 3-4; Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4. Sharon Jensen — Baton Twirler Club; Intramural 1 ; Monitor 1 -2. Brenda Jewell — Booster Agent 2-3. Sharon J. Jones — Monitor 3-4. Shirley Jones — Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 1-2; Tri Hi Y 3; Redskin Revue, Usher 3-4; Twirlers Club 2; Home Room Agent 1 ; Flag Carrier 1 -2. Vivian Jones — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 2; Operetta 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4. Susan Kahn — B and, Color Guard 3-4; Baton Twirler 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-3; Intramural 1-2; Operetta 4; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue, Sponsor 4; Cherry Tree Hop Queen Cand. 4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4. Jo Ann Kattau — Home Room Rep. 1-3; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Math Club Sec. 1-2; Redskin Rjevue Committee, Sec. 2-4 Special Asst. 1-4; Tri Hi Y 3; ROTC Sponsor 4 Military Ball Queen Cand; National Honor Society 4. Karen Kattmann — Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 2-4; Y Teens Club 1. Judith Kelley — Cub Club 1 ; FTA Club 4; Intramural 2; Pep Club, President 1-3; Special Asst. 3-4; Tri Hi Y 4. " Donna Kenney — 82 Seniors Barbara Kern — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-3; Monitor 2. Norma Kilgore — Monitor 4; Radio Speech Club 4; Special Asst. 3-4. Judy B. Kinnaman — Band 2-4; Baton Twirler 4; Girl ' s Glee Club, Treasurer 2-4; Intramural 2; Red- skin Revue 3-4; Military Ball Cand. 4; Color Guard 2. Thomas Kivert — League of Honor 1-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Roines 4; Special Asst. 3; Span- ish Club 1; Wrestling 3; Boys ' State 3; Top Ten junior 3. Paul Korteperer — Industrial Arts Club Treasurer 1-4; Visual Aid 1-4. Darlene Koser — Monitor 2. Jean Kottlowski — FTA Club 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4; Math Club 1-2; National Honor Society 4. Shirley Kratowicz — Baton Twirler 3-4; League of Honor 2-4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Girls ' State; ROTC Sponsor; Junior Prom Queen 3; Miss Madison Ave. Cand.; Military Ball Queen Cand. Becky Krom — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-3; Southport High School 1 ; Petersburg, Virginia 1 ; Massey Hill, North Carolina 1 . Frances Irene Langford — FTA Club 2-4; Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1-3; Tee Pee Talent Parade 3; Project Fair 3; Cadet Teacher 4. lames Lanham — Monitor 1-2; Radio Speech Club, Vice-President 1-4; Sound Crew, Technician 1-3; Stage Crew 1; Visual Aids 1-3. Berry Lou Lawrence- Usherette 4. -Monitor 3; Redskin Revue, Sandra (Sandie) Lee — Booster 1 ; Home Room Rep. 1 ; Ivian 1 ; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 1 ; Special Asst. 1 ; Wood High School 1 . Herbert Lepper — Football 1-3; League of Honor 1-3; Lettermen ' s Club 3; Track 1; Wrestling 1-3; Junior Class Treasurer. Lawrence Lindley — Booster, Business Manager 2-4 Ivian 4; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 2-4 Quill Scroll 4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 4 Special Asst. 2-4; Tennis 3-4; Expedition to Know- ledge, Quiz Team; National Honor Society 4. Richard Listenberger — Band 2; Ivian, Art Editor 4; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 3; Redskin Revue 4; Cherry Tree Hop King 4; Senior Arm Band; Lincoln High School, Cambridge City, Indiana 1. Sharon Lively — Jr. Red Cross 3; Monitor 4; Special Asst. 3. Rose Lowe — Monitor 2; Special Asst 3-4. Linda Lowery — Monitor 2-3. Kathleen Ludeman — French Club 3-4; FHA Club 2; Home Room Rep. 1 ; Jr. Red Cross 1 ; League of Honor 3; Monitor 2-4; Archery Club 1. Marilyn Lynch — Choir 2-3; Citizens League 2; League of Honor 1-2; Operetta 3; Redskin Revue 1-2; National Honor Society 4. 83 Seniors Jeannine Mailing — Home Room Rep. 2; Pep Club 2-3; Intramural 2-3; Y Teens Club 1-2. James Mankedick — Jacque Marley — Band, Sec. 2-4; Baton Twirler, Twirling Lieutenant 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 4; Orchestra 3-4; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 1,3,4; Candidate Military Ball Queen 3; Na- tional Honor Society 4. Connie Martin — League of Honor 2-4; Pep Club 2; Warren Central High School and Wood High School 1 ; National Honor Society 4. Tim Martin — Home Room Rep. 4; Intramural 2-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Homecoming King Candidate; King Ivian Candidate; Senior Class President; Senior Council. Rosemary J. Maxwell — Monitor 4; Sacred Heart 3. Richard McClure — Paul McCombs — Roy McCubbins — Football 1-2; Home Room Agent 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 2; Track 1. Terry McDonnell — Band 1-4; Baseball 1 ; Dance Band 2-3; Coif 1-4; Intramural 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Band 2-3; Redskin Revue 1,2,4. (ereane McKee — FTA Club 4; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 4; Spanish Club, Vice-pres. 3; Rep. to ' 60- ' 6l FTA Convention; National Honor Society 4. Bonnie MeKinney — Cheerleader 1,4; League of Honor 1; Pep Club 1-4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Asst. 1-3; Student Affairs Bd. 2; Homecoming Queen; Popularity Queen; Senior Class Vice-pres.; junior Class Vice-pres.; Senior Council; Candidate Queen Ann. Roy Eldon MeKinney — Band 1 ; League of Honor 2-3 ; Monitor 2-4; Track 1. Deanna McLaughlin — Band 3-4; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Monitor 2-3; Redskin Revue 1; Intramural 1. |erry McQueeney — Monitor 4; ROTC Rifle Team 2-4; ROTC Officers Club 3-4. Homecoming Queen Bonnie MeKinney and King Jim Cummings wave to the crowd as they are paraded around the field in a con- vertible after their coronation. 84 Seniors Linda Meadows — Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 4; Wood High School 1. Michael Miller — Monitor 2-3. Frank Minardo — Baseball 1-2; Basketball 1-2; In- tramural 1; Monitor 3-4; Track 1-2. Karen Minor — Thomas Minor — Larry Mitchell — Monitor 2; Wrestling 1; Florida Samuel Monroe — Band 1-4; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Intramural 3; Monitor 3-4; Pep Band 4. Betty Moore — FHA Club 2; Monitor 3-4; Y Teens Club 2. Carol Moore — Home Room Rep. 3; Intramural, Cap- tain 1-4- Mask Wig 4; Monitor 4; Special Asst. 4; Tri Hi Y 4; Y Teens Club 1. Pamalia Lee Moore — Home Room Rep. 2; Monitor 1-3; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2. Ralph Moore — Home Room Rep. 2. William Moore — Band 1-4; Cross Country 1; Home Room Rep. 1; Intramural 2-4; Monitor 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; ROTC History Club 2; Special Asst. 4; Track 3; Wrestling 4. Carolene Moorhead — FHA Club 2-3; Home Room Rep. 2-3; Pep Club 4; Science Club 3. Raymond Morefield — Tom Morwick — Band 1-3; Football 1-2; Home Room Rep. 1; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Tennis 3; Track 2; Wrestling 1-3. lames Mosley — Basketball 3-4; Intramural 2. Elmer Muesing- Arts Award. -Football 2; Monitor 1; Industrial Ruth Muir — Choir 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 1-3; Masoma 4; National Honor Society 4; National Thespians 4; Operetta 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Special Asst. 1-4. Michael Murphy — Redskin Revue 3; Science Club 2-3; Special Asst. 4; Greenwood High School 1-2. Richard Mustard — Intramural 2; ROTC Officers Club 4; Stage Crew 2-4. Sam Mustard — Stage Crew 2-4. 85 Seniors Mary Neesen — Booster 2-4; Home Room Agent 4; FNA Club 2-4, Vice-president 4; Latin Club 2-4, Sec. 3, Vice-President 4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Quill Scroll 4; Special Asst. 3-4. Juanita Nelson — French Club 4; League of Honor 3-4; Special Asst. 4; Tri Hi Y, 1-2, Sec. 1, Presi- dent 2; Hyde Park H. S. 1-2. Wayne Niehaus — Band 1-4; Dance Band 1-4; League of Honor 3-4; Orchestra 1-4; Pep Band 1 -4; Stage Crew 4. Sandy Noles — Cub Club 1 ; Special Asst. 2-3. Judy Norcross — Choir 1-4, Sec. 3; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten 2-4; Masoma, Sec. 4; National Honor Society 3-4; Orchestra 1-4, President 3, Sec. 4; Redskin Revue 1-2; Girls ' State 3; Top Ten Jr.; Mask Wig, Treasurer 1 -2. Sue Ann Nordholt — FHA Club 1; FTA Club 1-2; Intramural 1-3; Monitor 2; Peo Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Special Asst. 2-4; Tri Hi Y 1. Don Owen — Martha Pardue — Monitor 3-4; Special Asst. 2-3. Dave Parker — Intramural 2-3; Math Club 1-2. Richard Pasch — Football 1-4; Intramural 3-4; Let- termen ' s Club 4; Monitor 4. Mary Patterson — Girl ' s Glee Club 3-4; Redskin Re- vue 4; Special Assistant 2-3; Monitor. Linda Perdue — Special Asst. 4. Carolyn Perkins — Kentucky High School 1 . Roberta Perkins — Cheerleader 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten 1-2; Masoma 3-4; Math Club 2; Monitor 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Asst. 3; Student Affairs Bd. 1,3,4, President 4. Michele Perkinson — Booster 2-4, Times Rep. 3; Cub Club 2; Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4, Publicity 3; League of Honor 1-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Redskin Revue 3 ; Science Club 1 . Carol Perry — Choir 3-4; Operetta 1 ; New Albany High 1. Jennie Perry — Band 2-4; Baton Twirler 2-4; Cub Club 1; Home Room Rep. 2; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4, President 4; Math Club 2; Monitor 2; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 2-4; ROTC Queen 4. Jim Peters — Band 1-2; Football 1-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 2-3; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 1 -2 ; Redskin Revue 1 -2 ; Stage Crew 1 -2 ; Track 1 -4. Larry Petree- Bill Pickerel- Industrial Arts Club 1-4, Secretary 4. Marianna Pierson — Band 1-4, Librarian 2-4; Baton Twirler 3-4; League of Honor 1-3; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Asst. 4; Color Guard 1-2. 86 Seniors Esther Piper — Monitor 1,4; Y Teens Club 1. John Plake — Intramural 4; Visual Aids 2. Carolyn Pool — Booster 2-4; Special Asst. 2. Dorothy Porter — Booster 2-4, Editor-in-Chief, 4 Intramural 1-3; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4 Masoma, Historian 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4 Quill Scroll 3-4; Top Ten Jr.; Art Club 1; News Bureau 3; I. U. Journalism Institute. Arbra Lue Pratte — Science Club 3; Martinsville High School 1 ; Flat River High School, Missouri 2. Robert Price — Football 2; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC History Club 4; Wrestling 2-3; ROTC Drill Team. Karen Rae — Booster 2-4; Intramural 2; Ivian 2-4; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 3. Harley Ramsey — Monitor 3-4; Citizens League. Sharon Ransdell — Special Asst. 4. Deanna Jean Reeves — Girl ' s Glee Club 1-2; Home Room Rep. 1-4; Intramural 1 ; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2; Special Asst. 1-4; Spanish Club 1-2; Senior Council 4. Virdon Reeves — Intramural 2-4; Monitor 4. William Rhode — Booster 1-4, Sports Editor 4; In- tramural 3; Ivan 1-4, Sports Editor 4; League of Honor 1,3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 4; ROTC Drill Team 1-2; Boys ' State 3. Carla Sue Riegel — French Club 4; Intramural 1; Jr. Red Cross 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 2-3; Monitor 1-2; National Thespians 4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Asst. 2-4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4; National Honor Society 4. Louis Rigney — Band 2. Carolyn Risinger — Booster 2-4; Cub Club 1-2; FTA Club 4; League of Honor 1; Monitor 2-4; Quill Scroll 4. Judy Robertson — French Club 2; Home Room Rep. 2-3; Intramural 1-3; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1-2; Y Teens Club 2. Sharon Roeder — Home Room Rep. 1-2; League of Honor 1-2; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 1-2. Jacqueline Romano — Jr. Red Cross 4; Pep Club 1-4; Project Fair 1-4; Sacred Heart 1. Jeraldine Romano — Monitor 4; Pep Club 4; Radio Speech Club 2; Sacred Heart 1. Patricia Rooney — Robert Rothwell — Track 1 . 87 Seniors Netia June Royer — Band 1-4; Choir 4; FTA Club 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2; Spanish Club 2. Ray Salisbury — ROTC Officers Club 1-3. Joyce Schaefer — Linda Schaub — David Scheib — Baseball 1; Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 1-2; Student Affairs Bd. 2-4; Stage Crew 2-4; Track 1-4. Bill Schmidt — Booster, Photographer 1-4; Home Room Rep. 2-3; Ivian, Photographer 1-4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Math Club 1-2; Quill Scroll 3-4; Red- skin Revue 3-4; Candidate Junior Prom King. John Schofield — Football 1 ; Monitor 1-4; Track 1-4; Wrestling 1-2. Sharon Scholl — Band 2-4; Baton Twirler 4; Home Room Rep. 1-2; Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2-4 Peggy Sedam — Pep Club 2; Special Asst. 3; Sunny- side High 1 . Raymond Seyfried — Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Monitor 1; Tennis 3-4. Richard Seyfried — Intramural 4; Monitor 3; Tennis 4. Diana Shafer — Special Asst. 1 -3. David Shaw — Ben Davis High 1-2. Linda Shaw — Booster 1-2; Choir 2-4; Cub Club 1; Operetta 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-3; Spanish Club 2. Betty Sheets — Y Teens Club 1 ; Monitor 3-4. Michael Shingleton — Intramural 4; Monitor 2-3. Paulette Shirley — FHA Club 3 ; Intramural 1 . Larry Short — Basketball 1-4; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 1; Stu- dent Affairs Bd. 2-4, Vice-President 4; Track 1 ; King Ivian; Senior Class Treasurer. Eugene Sims — Baseball 1; Cross Country 1-2; Foot- ball 2; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Math Club 2, President 2; Redskin Revue 2; Student Af- fairs Bd. 2; Wrestling 2. John Skaggs — Choir 2; Cross Country 3-4; Football 1; Hi Y 1; Intramural 2; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Operetta 2; Redskin Revue 2; Stage Crew 1 -4. Charles Slayton — Westmoreland High, Tennesse 1. 88 Seniors Jerry Smith— Hi Y 2; Monitor 4; Pep Club 2-3; Y Teens Club 1 . Kara Smith — FHA Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4. Sharon Jeanne Smith — Girl ' s Glee Club, Historian 3-4; Intramural 3; Ivian 3-4, Editor-in-chief 4; Masoma 4; Quill Scroll 4; League of Honor 3-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 3; I. U. journalism Institute 3; Glee-ettes 3-4; Southport High School 1-2; National Honor Society 4. Steve Smith — Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Home Room Rep. 1-3; Intramural 4; League of Honor 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Monitor 1-3; Roines 4. Bill Snead — Baseball 4; Basketball 1-2; Cross Coun- try 1-2; Football 3; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 3; Track 1-2. Louetta Sobel — FHA Club 3; Intramural 1-3; Oper- etta 1-2; Pep Club 4; Special Asst. 1-2; Clean Up Queen Cand. Bobbie Sodrel — FHA Club 1; Intramural 1-3; Mon- itor 1-3; Pep Club 1-2; Special Asst. 2-3. Jo Anne Spears — Girl ' s Glee Club 2-4; Latin Club 2; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig, Sec. 1-4; Masoma 4; Pep Club, Sec. 1-4; Radio Speech Club 2-3; Redskin Revue 2-4; Tri Hi Y 4. Mary Speck — Citizens League 3; FNA Club 4; Mon- itor 4; Redskin Revue 4. Connie Spradlin — Monitor 2-3; Tri Hi Y 3. Dave Sprague — Choir 1-4; Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 2-3; Redskin Re- vue 3-4; Roines 4; Science Club, Vice-President 2-3; Special Asst. 1-3; Tennis 3. Janice Stephenson — Cheerleader 1-4; Latin Club 2; League of Honor, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Na- tional Honor Society, Sec. 3-4; Pep Club 1; Red- skin Revue 1-4; Homecoming Queen Cand. 4 Girls ' State 3. Seniors Ron Collins and Bill Bloemker play- ed an important role during basketball sea- son as managers of our championship bas- ketball team — they were responsible for taking care of the uniforms. Here they finish packing the trunks for the Sectional. 89 Seniors Sue Stevens — Intramural 1 ; Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 1-4; Flag Cirl 1; jamboree Queen Cand. 4. Ed Stiegelmeyer — Baseball 1-3; Basketball 1-3; Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 2-3; Track 1. D arleene Stratton — FTA Club 3-4; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Home Room Rep. 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Math Club, President and Vice-President 1-3; Pep Club, Historian 2-4; Science Club 4; Special Asst. A ; National Honor Society 4. Sara Strother — Monitor 2-4. Judy Stuck — Intramural 1-3; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 3. Patricia Sullivan — Y Teens Club 1 ; Bowling League 1-4. Charles Summers — Home Room Rep. 1 ; Intramural 2; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 3. Jackie Swatts — FHA Club 1-2; Intramural 1-2; Mon- itor 2-3; Tri Hi Y 2; Y Teens Club, Vice-President, Treasurer 1 -2. Steve Tabor — Larry Tatlock Jr. — Intramural 4; Tennis 1 ; Buckeye, Arizona 3. Carol Thomas — FTA Club 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 3; Math Club, Sec. 1-4; Special Asst. 2-4; Science Club 3-4. Patricia Thomas — Band 2-4; Girl ' s Glee Club, Sec. 2-4; Home Room Rep. 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma, Treasurer 3-4; National Thespians 4; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Asst. 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4. David Thompson — Intramural 3-4; ROTC Officers Club, Commander 4. Raynor Thompson — Football 3; Intramural 2-3; Operetta 4; Stage Crew 4; Track 3. Robert Thompson — Carolyn Throckmorton — Technical High School 1 ; Martinsville High School 2. Sherilee Thurston — FTA Club 4; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 1-4; Special Asst. 1; Olympian Coun- cil, Treasurer, Program Chairman 2-4. Juanita Tinsley — Intramural 2-4; Mask Wig 3-4; Monitor 2-3; Special Asst. 4; Tri Hi Y 4. Sharon Todd — Booster 1-2; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Ivian, Business Manager 4; League of Honor 1-4; Math Club, Vice-President 3-4; Masoma 3-4; Na- tional Thespians 4; Quill Scroll 4; Redskin Revue 4; Science Club 3; National Honor Society 4. Patricia Tolan — Booster 3-4; French Club 4; In- tramural 3-4; Latin Club 3; League of Honor 3-4; Mask Wig 4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 4; Quill Scroll 4; Southport High School 1-2. Helen Tomlin — Jordan High School, Columbus, Geor- gia 2-3. 90 Seniors Carol Toon — FTA 1-3; Home Room Rep. 1-4; In- tramural 1-4; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 3; Pep Club 2; Special Asst. 2-4; Spanish Club 3. Louis Trefry — Cross Country 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 2-4; Track 2-4; Wrestling 3-4. Ronald Trisler — Band 2-3; Wood High School 1. Beth Ann Tucker — Choir 1; Home Room Rep. 1-3; Industrial Arts Club 1; Orchestra 1-2; Pep Club 1 ; Special Asst. 1-3. John Turk — League of Honor 2-3. Raymond Turner — Don Umbenhower — Joe Umbenhower — Home Room Rep. 4; Monitor 3. Dick VanArsdale — Baseball 1-3; Basketball 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Red- skin Revue 1-2; Roines 3-4; Track 1-4; Boys ' State; National Honor Society 3-4; Top Ten Junior 3. Tom VanArsdale — Baseball 1-3; Basketball 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4, president 4; Redskin Revue 1-2; Roines 3-4; Track 1-4; Junior Prom King 3; Boys ' State 3; Top Ten Junior 3. William Van Bibber — Football 4; Wrestling 3-4. Connie Van Busum — Home Room Rep. 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Pep Club 1. Richard Van Vlymen — Intramural 1-4; Monitor 2-3. Sandra Vaughn — FHA Club 1 ; Intramural 1 ; Jr. Red Cross 1-4, president 3; League of Honor 1-3; Masoma 4; Monitor 3; Redskin Revue 3; Library Asst. 4; National Honor Society 4. Sharon Sue Ventress — Monitor 1; Special Asst. 3; Intramural 2-3. Albert Verdouw — Home Room Rep. 4; League of Honor 1-3; Math Club 2-3, Vice-president; Operetta 4; Orchestra 1-4, President and Vice-president; Red- skin Revue 3; Roines 4; Boys ' State 3. Rita Verhines — Choir 2-4; Operetta 2-4; Nurses Asst. 2. Barbara Vest — FTA Club 4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 2; Special Asst. 1-4; Span- ish Club 3-4, Vice-President. Karen Wagner — Intramural 1 ; Redskin Revue 4; Visual Aids Asst. 1-2; Tri Hi Y 3-4; Flag Girl 2. Steve Walden — League of Honor 2-4; Roines 3-4, Program Chairman; Special Asst. 3; Wrestling Man- ager 3; National Honor Society 4. Hilda Waldkoetter — FTA Club 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Pep Club 1; Library Asst. 1-4; Turn-about Day 4; Latin Club 3-4; National Honor Society 4. 91 Seniors Charlene Walker — FTA Club 4; League of Honor 2; Special Asst. 4; Tech High School 1-3. Larry Walker — Cross Country 1 -2. Marcia Walker — FTA Club 4; Home Room Rep. 1-3; League of Honor 2-3; Pep Club 1; Special Asst. 3-4; Tri Hi Y 1-4; Turn-about Day 4; Senior Coun- cil 4; Senior Constitution Committee 4; National Honor Society 4. Robert Walker — Cheerleader 1-2; Cross County 1; Home Room Agent 1-3; Intramural 2-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Asst. 1-2. Richard Watson Jeffrey Wcddle -Intramural 4; Visual Aid 1-2. -Band 3; Southport High 1-2. Jerry Welsh — Choir 2-4; Football 1; Golf 1-2; League of Honor 2; Monitor 2; Operetta 2-4; Red- skin Revue 3; Track 1-2; Ensemble 2-4; Royal Aires 2-3. Jerry West — Coif 3-4; Home Room Rep. 2-3; In- tramural 2; Monitor 3; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC History Club 1-4; Spanish Club 2; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; Bowling 1-4. Violet Westerfield — Orchestra 1-4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 2; Special Asst. 1,4. Phyllis Wheateraft — Home Room Agent 2; Intra- mural 1-2; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 2; Y-Teen Club President 1. LaRue White — Cub Club 1 ; FHA Club 2; Monitor 4; Manual Citizen ' s League. Michael White — Football 2-4; Home Room Rep. 2; Intramural 2-3; Lettermen ' s Club 3; Monitor 3; Track 3; Candidate King Football. Robert Whiteside — Choir 1-4; Operetta 1-4; Red- skin Revue 4; Special Asst. 4. James Whitham — Band 2-4; Mask Wig 2; Monitor 2-4. Barbara Wichman — North Central High 1 -2. John Wilde — Hi Y 1 ; Stage Crew 1 ; Visual Aids 4; Public Address 3; Radio Club 1. Gary Wilkinson — Choir 3; Home Room Rep. 2; Jr. Red Cross 4; Monitor 2; Operetta 3; Tech 1. Marjorie Williams — Monitor Orchestra 1-3. Paula Williams — Booster 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Top Ten 2-3; Mask Wig 1-2; Math Club 1-2; Quill Scroll 3-4; Girl ' s State 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Science Club 2; Expedition to Know- ledge 4. Ernest Wilson — Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-2; Foot- ball 1-2; Intramural 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Lettermen ' s Club 3-4; Monitor 1; Redskin Revue 4. Larkie Lou Wilson — League of Honor 3 ; Monitor 1 ; Operetta 2-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Stage Crew 2-4; Y Teens Club 1. 92 Seniors Merrix Wilson Jr. — Cross Country 2; Intramural 1-4; Ivian 1; League of Honor 4; Monitor 3; Special Asst. 4. ' Robert Wilson — Intramural 3-4; Monitor 4; ROTC Rifle Team 1-2. Mary Winstead — Booster Circulation Manager 1-3; Cub Club 1, Vice-president; Girl ' s Glee Club 1-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Mask Wig 2-4; National Thespians 3-4. President; Orches- tra 1-2; Redskin Revue 3-4, Act Writer 4; Special Asst. 2-4; Indiana Speech and Theatre Conference 4. Roger Wirt — Choir 1-4; Jr. Red Cross 4; League of Honor 4; Math Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 1 ; Track 1 ; Ensemble 2-4. Larry Wood — Band 1-4. Patty Woods — Band 3; Girl ' s Glee Club 3; Intra- mural 2; Monitor 1 ; Flag Girl 2; ' 500 Parade 2. Linda Wotring — Masoma 4; Monitor 4; Redskin .Revue 4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 4; Intramural 4; Yakima, Washington, High School 1-3. Roger Wright — Baseball 2-4; Cross Country 4; Foot- ball 2-3; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-3; Let- termen ' s Club 2-4; Monitor 1-3; Special Asst. 4; Stage Crew 3; Wrestling 2-3. Kenneth Yarber— Baseball 1; Hi Y 1, Sergeant of Arms; Home Room Rep. 4; Monitor 4; ROTC Drill Team 1-2; Shreveport, Louisiana, High School 1. Marcia Yocum — Special Asst. 1. Donna York — Special Asst. 3. Dennis Zompetti — ROTC Officers Club 1 ; ROTC History Club 1, Special Asst. 1 ; Wood High School 1. Graduation requirements not completed. Senior Honorary Cadets march smartly along with the ROTC Battle Group and choose the winning cadets on inspection day. They are Roberta Perkins, Ruth Muir, Shirley Kratowicz, Sharon Baird, Alice Hughes, and Jo Ann Kattau. 93 Juniors Q § 9 ft O ft P) 7 p r 1 nog • !:::::£: . , lii fcr f %. " ' •• . " .■ ' i Junior Class officers, Secretary Sandy Tucker, President Ron D. Cooper, Vice-President Mary Cromwell, and Treasurer Mark Zaenglein, discuss plans for Jun- ior Recognition Day, March 1 . This year the Junior Prom, April 27, was at the Indiana University Medical Center. Linda Abrams, jim Adams, Kenny Aid- rich, Bill Alte, Ronald Anderson, Rich- ard Andrews, Rose Mary Ashcraft. Morris Ball, Bonnie Barkhau, James Bar- nett, Liz Baron, Roy Barrett, John Bene- dick, Cheryl Berkhardt. Mary Louise Berry, Sue Binninger, Alice Bivens, Greg Blount, Hugh Bothwell, Dianna Brier, Janet Brown. Larry Brown, Tim Brown, Sarah Buckner, Charlotte Bruggencate, David Bunch, L. C. Bunten, Sharon Burk. Don Burns, Bob Butterfield, Nancy Cal- lahan, Glenn Callaway, Forest Carpenter, Leon Carter, Sherri Caviness. William Chapman, Sharon Chenoweth, Joe Clements, Thomas Cloyd, Jim Cole- man, Tom Collins, Jerry Conner. Ronald Cooper, Curtis Crabtree, Gene Crawford, Geraldine Crowdus, Steve Cummings, Linda Sue Curtis, Claudia Dailey. Nancy Dale, Billi Daley, Ed Damrell, Carolyn Darland, Penny Davenport, Charles Davis, John Dell. 94 Juniors Bratcher De Marcus, Nancy De Rolf, C ' oria Dewey Karen DeWitt, Helen Dietz, Dave Donahue, Ronald Douglas. Tom Dresslar, Denny Drinkwine, Jim Duncan, Marcia Easley, James Easterly, Ruth Ann Edwards, )ohn Eggert. Dennis Eickhoff, Wiley Embry, Joyce Esch, Warren Evans, Beverly Faysal, Sue Fish, Sheryl Fix. Barbara Flaskamp, Margaret Fogleman, Louise Foley, Jerry Fox, Gary Fritts, Wil- liam Gammon, Shirley (Humphrey) Garner. Denny Gilbert, Charles Gill, Steven Goad, Jerry Gordon, Mike Gosnell, Jane Gra- ham, Linda Graves. Avalon Green, Kenneth Green, Billiei Gum, Jennia Gwin, Ruth Hackleman, Alan Hale, Jackie Hall. Jim Hamner, Judith Hankemeier, Terry Hannon, Larry Harrison, Elizabeth Har- rison, Ronald Harrold, Dean Hasselburg. Evelyn Hawkins, Sandra Head, Nancy Heavrin, Rex Hedegard, Steve Heiden- reich, Joyce Henricks, Sarah Henson. Dean Henson, Carolyn Herring, Terry Hiatt, Tim Hickey, Frances Hieb, Harry Hildebrandt, Horst Hildebrandt. Shirley Hillman, Jackie Hittle, Pat Ho- gan, William Hogue, Judy Hogue, Ben- nie Holman, Steve Hollcraft. LaVerne Hoover, Judy Hoyt, Sue Hum- phrey, Vern Hunter, Stephanie Huston, George K. Hutson, Cheryl Hyatt. 1 9 ft O f 95 fc if AT M db Juniors Frank lannuzzi, Bob Iverson, Gloria Jarvis, Albert Jewell, Steve Jewell, Art Johnson, David Johnson. George Johnson, Marvia Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Jack Jones, Sharon Jones, Diana Jordan, Susan Kahn. Margaret Karns, Nancy Karstedt, Mary Kay, Robert Kelley, Norma Kilgore, Mike Kinman, Sarah Jo Kinnaman. Richard Kirby, David Klingler, Eileen Krauss, Mike LaFollette, Carolyn Laugh- lin, Rebecca Leonard, Mary Alice Lewis. Linda Liggett, Bill Lindeman, Tina Linz, Vilis Lisments, Robert Lloyd, Pam Loeb- lin, Jim Long. Bill Lyon, Carolyn Maddox, Ricki Magnes, Tom Marshall, Dan Martin, Elsa Maschmeyer, Beverly McBride. Marshall McCollom, Dallas McLaughlin, David Meador, Charles Miller, Shirley Miller, Steve Miller, Mary Milli. Ben Miner, Beverly Mitchell, Bob Mogle, Carolyn Moore, Dennis Moore, Alice Morris, Dianne Moulder. Anna Neal, Phillip Nelson, Jo Nelson, Don Nelson, Pat Nixon, Rodney Norton, Bruce Ogden. Pat Oliver, Larry Orrell, Cheryl Osborne, Patricia Owen, Mary Barbara Padgett, Judy Palmer, Julius Palmer. James Pasch, Mary Patterson, Jerry Pat- terson, Thomas Patterson, Edward Phelps, Mildred Phillips, Ron Phillips. 96 Juniors Johnny Pool, Harold Poteet, Luther Powell, Joyce Radish, Sue Reed, Ronnie Reever, Gloria Reich. Lynn Rexrode, Ronnie Rexrode, Ronnie Rice, Steve Richards, Candace Richards, Steve Richwine, Roger Riddell. Peggy Rippy, Dennis Rockwell, Terry Robinson, David Roll, Jackie Rutledge, Ray Salisbury, Kim Sanford. Charles Sattler, Kenny Scharfe, Christine Schofield, Lynn Schreiber, Linda Schroe- der, Tom Schulz, Hellis Scott. Marcia Scott, Cliff Seyfried, Louis Scheer, Charles Shade, Larry Shingleton, Jan Shives, Dale Smiley. Henry Smith, Robert Smith, Varnie Smith, Ronald Stacey, Sue Stienecker, Michelle Stoneburner, Jay Stuard. Steve Sudler, Mary Sutherlen, Sharon Suttner, Dean Sutton, Faye Taylor, Carole Taylor, Judy Terhune. Paulette Thomas, Dale Thomas, Betty Thomason, Joan Toenjes, Carol Toon Bill Tooney, Patricia Townsend. Patricia Trent, Sandra Tucker, Linda Turner, Alice Tyne, Annette Urshan, Loren Vandagrifft, Brenda Vandivier. Judy Van Huss, Sandra Van Treese, Carol Wainscott, James Weddle, John Weist, Debby West, Bob Wetzel. Karen Wilkins, Ellen Ann Wills. Cather- ine Wilson, Bob Wire, Theresa Woolsey, Cecil Yates, Mark Zaenglein. ' ? » Q C Ci n " i HA 97 9 ft- o Sop i £n; ., th flu fbfbi%! Ql , 9 omores Columbus Abbot, Carol Ackerman, Rich- ard Acton, Thomas Alford, Karen Sue Alstott, Judy Anderson, Jim Austin. Larry Badgley, Donna Bailey, Danny Bakjer, Diane Baker, Thomas Barnes, Clennes Barnett. lames Barrett. Walter Barron, Joy Barry, Ruth Bateman, )im Baughman, Larry Beckham, John Beeman, Leslie Begley. Virginia Bennett, Sharon Benson, Judy Bernhardt, Mary Berry, Jay Beuoy, Sandra Bewley, Dianne Blake. Rose Blane, Cinny Blumhardt, Sharon Bobb, Carlene Booth, Deanna Borgmann, Douglas Bowen, Shirl Bowles. Wilma Bowling, Sharon Boyer, David Bramle, Gloria Bramlett, Steven Brand- lein, Mike Brasher, Michael Bray. Dennis Bredlowe, William Bridget, Mary Brinkman, Jim Brooks, Bob Brown, Jo Anne Brown, Lynn Brown. Martha Brown, Robert Brown, Sally Brown, William Brown, Jeanine Brown- ing, Diana Brownlee, Nancy Broz. Kenneth Bunch, Pat Bunnell. Kathy Burks, Lynda Burrello. Gerald Butler, Stephen Butler. Cindy Eaton and Stephen Butler put the finishing touch on their English IMG class project, a bul- letin board on Indiana authors Pictures of this bulletin board were displayed at the Convention of the National Council of Teach- ers of English in Chicago. 98 Sophomores Susan Butler, Jan Buzzard, Douglas Cain, Judy Cain, Carolyn Calvert, Edward Cal- vert, Bob Canfield. Dian Canner, Tom Carlino, Sammie Carl- ton, Rose Chandler, Dorothy Chasteen, Melanie Chasteen, Bill Childers. Patricia Childs, Sandra Clark, Judy Cline, Don Collett, Nick Collins, Ted Collins, Burton Courtney. Nim Crabtree, Roger Creal, James Crouch, Tim Cummings. Jan Cundiff, Vicki Curren, Neffie Curry. Pat Dailey, Carole Dalton, Judy Daugh- erty, Wally Davidson, Carol Davis, Keith Davis, Patricia Davis. Sally Davis, Sandra Deardorff, Delores Dearing, Robert Dearing, Brenda De Ar- mond, Jim De Honey, Barbara Dennis. Anne Deppe, Larry Dickerson, Rossie Dickerson, Gloria Dilley, Robert Dodson, Linda Doll, Connie Dorville. Glenn Doty, Melony Doty, Bob Drotz, Sandra Dwigans, Sharon Eacret, Cindy Eaton, Earnie Eaton. Ed Eccles, Barry Eden, Richard Eldridge, Sue Elrod, Keith Emery, John Evans, John Farmer. Judy Faysal, Delores Ferguson, Janet Fields, Mary Beth Fill, Marjorie Finke, Dick Fitch, Robert Foley. Julia Ford, Keith Fordyce, Janie Forester, Harry Fox, Kathleen Francis, Clyde Frantzreb, William Fritsche. fi q i9 fh q a Ok 1 ; [ O V ft ti f% V -■ t L% ' ' . " »ti ' J m to (% Qt Q 99 fiitfi ? a 5 9 fl| e " % ■.-•j ?) £ Ck Q 1% 0 -rj. € r - Q ft 1.3, 2k 1 fl» $ C5 Q t| Sophomores Henry Fuller, Sandra Fultz, Sharon Ceer, Marcella Gladden, Bill Claspie, Luella Glenn, Marion Goins. Douglas Goode, Jack Grant, Stephen Grant, Elinor Graston, David Graves, Diane Green, Gloria Green. Linda Green, Roger Dale Green, Larry Groce, Ruth Guillaume, Mary Elizabeth Gwen, Jim Haas, Bess Hamilton. Glenna Faye Hannah, Priscilla Harbrow, Betty Harlow, Gloria Jean Harris, Jeanne Harris, Janis Hartman, Don Harvey. Richard Harvey, Pamela Haug, Sharon Hawkins, Richard Hedegard, George Hembree, Judi Henderson, Jim Herman. Clarence Highbaugh, Dave Hill, Bob Hill- man, Jerry Hines, Mona Hines, Sandie Hoard, Terry Hodge. Barbara Hoffmeister, Frank Hogan, Sharon Hogue, Dona Holman, Deanna Hook, David Hopwood, Sandy Hopwood. Glada Hornback, Oran Hornback, Janet Horton, Steve Houser, Anita Kaye Hub- bell, Bob Humes, Judy Humphrey. Bonnie Jean Hunt, Thomas Hunter, Carol Hurt, Sue Hurt, Larry Hutchings, Jan Jackson, Bonnie Jerrell. Charles Johnson, Larry Johnson, Janet Jones, Ralph Jones, Beverly Jordan, John Justice, Dwight Kelley. Dwight Kendrick, Suzann Kern, Janet Keske, Beverly Kieninger, Stephen Kim- bler, Maurice Kindle, Elsie King. 100 Sophomores Klau6 Kirstein, Barbara Klopp, Pamela Koser, Paul Kottkamp, Carole Kratoska, Barry Kuner, Robert Lambert. Marilyn Langford, Roy Lashley, Regina Lasley, Mary Jean Law, Elaine Lawson, Steve Lawson, Judy Lee. Charles Lemme, Harry Lewis, Wanda Lickliter, Linda Lindenburger, Agatha Nell Livers, Carolyn Longs, Peggy Lory. David Love, Bryan Lowe, Janet Lowe, Ronald Lowe, June Lynam, Jimmie Lynn, Sue Macewen. Barbara MacKinnon, Carol Maier, Steve Maines, Larry Marker, Peggy Maynard, Ruthanne McClain, Barbara McConnaha Sandra McCray, Albert McDaniel, Nancy McDartiel, Eugene McFarland. Thomas McFarland, Leslie McCurer, Tom Mc- Laughlin. Chuck McLinn, Martha Melton, David Mendel, Mary Meyer, Judy Meyers, Anita Mieth, Vaida Mikits. Harvey Miller, Joyce Miller, Jack Milli- rons, Janet Mills, Lillian Miner, Butch Mitchell, Mary Kay Mitchell. Sophomores Judy McBride, Wil- liam Styring, and Lynn Simmer- man display their " A " ribbons, received first semester. Ribbons are given each semester to all students for each " A " received. ( ft £| f% t% fl Q S% f5t vV t tf 5r,fe i y ft (3l| 101 Soph h, - 44 4.M ' " ' lv» 9 Q i A omores Pat Mitchell, Ethel Mitchner. Tom Mix, Charles Mobley. Richard Monday, Ingrid Monroe. Carol Maier, Mary Tucker, Jean- ine Browning, Linda Thomas, and Barbara Suhr presented a comedy act for the Tee Pee Talent Pa- rade. This is a talent show spon- sored by the Redskin Revue Com- mittee and is a tryout for the spring Revue. Wayne Monroe, C. O. Montgomery. Sharon Moore, Spencer Moore, Jo Ann Moran, Dave Morris, Norman Mountjoy Christine Mueller, John Neal, Wayne Needham, Vicki Neitzel, Margaret Nel- son, Sharon Nichols, Tainia Sue Nichols. Linda Noerr, Cathy Nolting, Connie Nor- ris, Eddie Norris, Pat Norris, Jim Oden, Vicki Oliver. Betty Olson, Max Onan, Larry O ' Neal, Lynn Osborn, Gary Owens, Donna Pahud, Diannah Palmer. Judie Parker, Pat Parker, Charles Patrick, Tom Passo, Stephen Payne, Jonita Peav- ler, Jane Perkon. Jan Phelps, Jean Peck, Gary Pierce, Joe Poarch, Joyce Poarch, Kay Poland, Phyllis Powers. Charles Preston, Larry Price, Phil Pryor, Carol Puckett, Suzanne Pullen, Bill Ral- ston, Judy Rardon. Marcia Reese, Marcia Jean Reese, Patty Reeves, Anna May Rhorer, David Rhorer, Rosemary Rice, Mark Rich. 02 Sophomores Denny Richards, Jim Richards, Brenda Richardson, Judy Robbins, Sharon Rob- erts, Walter Roberts, Pam Robertson. Larry Robinson, Phyllis Roch, Dave Rock- well, Georgia Rohrman, Bill Rose, Vic- toria Ross, Janice Roth. Mike Roush, Rick Rucker, Janice Ryder, Curtis Sandefur, Patricia Sankey, Donnie Sawyer, Ronnie Sawyer. Karl Schilling, Lynne Schmedel, John Schwartz, Linda Scribner, Linda Seabolt, Judy Shafer, George Shaffer. Mike Shea, Michael Sheridan, Carole Shirnell, Nancy Shonk, Cornell Short, Mary Shotts, Lynne Simmerman. Patricia Slayton, Anita Smith, Karjen Smith, Nancy Smith, Robert Smith, Sharon Smith, William Smith. Mary Smitha, Jim Smoot, Kathy Snow- ball, Gail Sodrel, Riley Sorley, Virginia Speck, Milton Spillman. Brenda Spreen, Sharon Squires, Marlene Stachow, Ron Stainbrook, Judy Stanger, Jerry Steadham, Terry Steadham. Philip Steele, Sue Stephenson, Robert Stevens, Susan Stevens, Carol Steveson, Jerry Still, Tom Stipp. Maurice Stone, Terri Stoneburner. Glen Stout, Joyce Stout, Carolyn Stratton, Nancy Stroy, Diane Stuard. Sheryl Stuart, Bill Styring, Barbara Suhr, Patty Sullivan, Bob Surber, Eileen Swatts, Kathleen Swatts. mm r A .gsw a» » Sophomores 2 ,fl With their special routines. Pep Club members, attired in red and white " Co Team Co " vests and white head scarves, cheered the team on to victory over arch-rival Southport at the Homecoming game, October 7. Paul Switzer, Paula Switzer, Phoebe Tanner, Norman Tatlock, Barbara Tay- lor, Cynthia Taylor, Danny Taylor. Linda Taylor, Patricia Taylor, Theresa Taylor, William Taylor, John Templeton, Albert Terhune, Kathleen Thomas. Linda Thomas, William Thomas, Laura Thomason, Sharon Thompson, Mike Tol- an, Gary Totty, Mary Tucker. Barbara Turner, Mary Turner, Phyllis Underhill, Lewis Vaughn, Fred Vehling, Eileen Vermillion, Joy Vornehm. Stanley Wachtstetter, Jo Ellen Walden, Linda Walker, Kenny Walker, Carl Wal- lace, Patti Walls, Louise Ward. George Warfield, Diane Washington, Roger Wathen, Larry Weaver, Bob Webb, Nancy Weddle. Sandra Weidman. Sharon Weidman, Larry Wells, Raymond Wesley, Phil Wesner, Dianne Wething- ton, Billie Wheeler, Ken Wheeler. 104 Sophomores Jim Wheeler, Tom Wheeler, Dwain Wheelington, Kathy White, Dorothy Whitham, Ceraldine Whition, Terry Whitlock. Solomon Whitlow, Richard Whitt, Laura Wier, Janelle Wiese, Kenneth Wilde, Bill Wilhite, Ann Williams. Janice Williams, Mark Williams, Sue Williams, David Wills, Calvin Winston, Dennis Wolfe, Nancy Wolford. Donna Wood, Sharon Wood, Linda Woods, Sue Woolwine, Michael Lee Wright, Judy Wurz, Carole Yeargin. Fresh men Christine Abbott, Stephen Adams, Dave Aldrich, Carolyn Alexander Joe Allen, Paul Alley, Phyllis Alston. Jack Ambern, Polly Anderson, Ronald Anderson, William Anderson, Linda Andry, Nancy Angerer, James Arnold. Charles Baker, Dorothy Baker, Jackie Baker, Jim Ball, Anna Mae Ballew, Bill Ballinger, Bob Barber. Freshmen Cheerleaders Connie Houg, Brenda Crawford, Dianne Parsley, Beverly Porter, and Pam Davis pep things up for their classmates at all their football and basketball games. 9S1MH I r 4 m A jL i Ml 111 f ■ 105 ' it- ill : " . .ifeAfc V Fres i i- lift t-f I ? , fall n a (9 Q O ££ " } f$ fit (74 0 men Dennis Barger, Shirley Barnes, Lynne Barnett, James Basey, Janette Baron, Robert Bauer, Sandra Baughn. Gary Beach, Ruth Ann Bear, Claudette Bechold, Albert Beck, Michael Bedwell, Cora Lee Begley, Shirley Begley. Beatrice Belden, Nancy Bentz, Clarence Berry, Donna Berry, Karen Bertels, Pat- ricia Bettner, James Bewley. Mike Biddle, Donnie Biggs, Bonnie Birt, Alice Bivens, Irma Black, )anet Black, Douglas Boicourt. Dallas Bolander, Dietra Boles, Doug ' as Booth, )ack Borgmann, Linda Borror, James Bowen, Cearld Bowers. lanet Bowers, Charles Bowling, )uanita Bracey, Russell Bradshaw, Linda Bram- lett, Michael Brandenburg, Donna Brant. Bill Breeden, Larry Breimeir, Arthur Bretz, Patsy Briggs, Sarrah Britts, Bob Brown, Donna Brown. Joyce Brown, Lonnie Brown, Carolyn Bryant, |oyce Buckman, Horace Buckner, Mike Burcham, Dallas Burns. Ken Burton, Ronnie Busch, Judy Byers, Sue Byers, William Byrd, Robin Cain, Michael Caldwell. Richard Camp, Lois Campbell, Tom Canfield, Clenda Sue Canseer, Larry Carhonell, Jeff Carlile, Lavena Carpen- ter. LaDonna Carrick, James Carrier, Charles Carter, Diane Carter, Larry Carter, Zon- d ra Caudill, Columbus Caudle. 06 Fresh men Serving punch at the Freshmen- Senior Christmas party to Fresh- men Carol Willsey, Rebecca Pearce, and Mike Burchan is Senior Francine Beggs. The party is an annual affair given by the Senior Class for the Frosh. Danny Cavanaugh, Dalbert Chafey, Jon Chapman, Lane Charnes, Lynn Charnes, Charles Clark, John Clark. Johnnie Clark, Nicky Cliburn, Jerry Cloyd, Jim Coffman, Judy Coleman, Ruth Collect, Kathleen Conrad. Bonnie Coonfield, Mike Cooper, Nancy Cooper, Michael Cope, Judy Cordill. Samuel Ray Cosby, David Coughlon. Sharon Cox, Edward Coy, Barbara Craw- ford, Brenda Crawford, Bob Cross, Loretta Cross, Linda Crowder. Marsha Cummings, Lee Roy Cunning- ham, Lanny Dain, David Dalton, Orlena Damron, Carol Daniels, Gary Darland. Gary Davis, Lynn Davis, Pamela Davis, Rachel Davis, Steve Davis, Virginia Davis, Roger Day. Donna Demaree, Ronny Denham, Linda Deskins, Nellie Devine, Jeanne De Witt, Kate Dickinson, Linda Dobbs. 3 Q O » 4 " V ILiB 107 ft 1% ' Fresk men Nick Dobrota, Bettie Dotson, David Dowell, Ronald Drahos, )o Driml, Jerry Dunn, Annetta Dycus. Charles Eaton, Danny Eaton, Patricia Ebbeler, Gary Eby, Lynn Eden, Karen Edmonds, Charles Edwards. Robert Edwards, Phyllis Engleman, Don Ennis, Phyllis Ervin, Mary Evans, Eddie Everett, Mary Ann Ewing. Donetta Fairchild, William Farr, Donna Fendley, Betty Ferguson, Michael Fer- guson, Mary Lou Fleck, Jeanne Fletcher. Harley Floerke, Patty Florence, Johnny Fowler, Vicky Darlene Fox, Charles Franklin, Mary Frantzreb, Dave Frazier. Lamont Frederick, Rebecca Frinch, Carol- yn Fritsche, Norman Fuchs, Darlene Funkhouser, Ronnie Funckhouser, Lee Cadient. Shirley Gammon, Debbra Canz, Judy Card, Carolyn Garrity, Maureen Garrity, Gerhard Gennrich, Paul Gibbs. James Glenn, Jennifer Godsey, Eugene Goforth. William Gonez, William Gooch, Randy Gosnell. Dick Goss, Norman Graham, Tom Grant. Nancy Graves, Earl Green, Janice Greer. Shirley Kratowicz presents a Manual bracelet to Randa Seacat at the Masoma-Freshman Mixer, an annual party for Freshmen girls sponsored by this Senior girls ' honorary. Randa won the bracelet for the name-tag she constructed. 108 Freshmen Judy Gail Greeson, Frazier Griffith, Jeanne Guiliani, Mike Guyne, Jack Ha- man, Mike Hamilton, Betty Hankemeier. Sandra Hankins, Jack Hardebeck, Rita Hardin, Elizabeth Hardman, Judy Har- lan, Marlyene Harmon, Martyene Har- mon. Harold Harris, Lois Harris, Bobbie Har- rison, Mary Ellen Harrison, Janice Hass, Connie Haug, Wayne Hawley. Tom Hayworth, Donald Head, Walter Heineman, Dennis Helm, Gary Helm, Carson Helms, Matrona Hendrickson. Dianna Hestand, Sharon Hiatt, Candace Hickey, Ruth Hillard, Rosie Hines, Ethel Hobaugh, Michael Hodge. Linda Holnshel, Judy Hoffman, Dorman Hollaway, David Holman, Evelyn Hep- son, Nancy Howell, Donna Howson. George Humphrey, Robert Hunter, San- dra Hutson, Marilyn Inabitt, Jeanie Lou- ise Ingle, Michael Jacobs, Victor Jacobs. Carolyn Jarrett, Carol Jarvis, Bill Jaynes, Donald Jewell, Jim Jewell, Dennis John- son, Janice Marie Johnson. Larry Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Shrynn Johnson, Bill Jones, Bob Jones, Donna Jones, Janice Jones. Jim Jones, Ronald Jones, Wayne Jones, Linda Jordan, Lynne Juday, Dennis Karns, Paul Kattau. Lee Everett Kehl, Sandra Keith, Jerry Kekar, Bob Kelsey, Mary Kepley, Joyce King, Phillip Kinney. 1M— Qjk2 Tu ! , i ' i [it I 1 m 4 f 5Q Oft !;» : M$1» ||J, klf L.wi fs « ? o n rs 109 . ■ r ' -fj - yj ' $■ i4 Fresh 9 Q ii? fo ft . ( ) [ (flllll I ' mi men Judy Kirby, Charles Kiskada, James Kom- ann, Mike Kratoska, John Lagarde, Jack Lamon, Pam Lanham. Yvonne Lasley, Joe Laughlin, Robert Lawrence, Jeffery Lawrenz, Robert Lay- ton, Jo Ann Lee, Pat Lee. Rosemary Lemme, Steve Lewallen, Bar- bara Lewis, Helen Lewis, Judy Livers, Kenneth Lewis, Linda Lewis. William Lichtenberger, Mike Liggett, Diane Lindley, Jacqueline Locke, Ron- nie Lowery, Linda Lumpkin, Pat Lynam. Dale Maar, Richard Mails, Peggy Man- ley, Larry Markle, David Marn, Clenda Marshall, Don Martin. Tom Mason, Ken Massey, Myrtis Mathis, Jim Maxwell, Pamela McCarthy, Sandy McClain, Carl McCombs. Larry McConville, Dennis McDaniel, Nancy McDonnell, Sandy McGurer, Roger McHenry, Barbara McKinney, Carroll McMurry. Norman McMurry, Linda McQueeney, Edd Meador, Charlyn Meadows, Lorene Melton, Vicky Melton, Jackie Melvin. Sue Meroer, Josephine Mescald, B i I lie Meyer, Richard Meyer, Michael Maple, Norman Micks, Peter Mikus. Joe Miles, Madonna Miller, joy Miller, Louis Milli, David Mills, Larry Mills. Byron Miner. Sandra Mitchell, Lauren Mohler, Robert Mohler, John Monaghan, Raymond Mon- day, Charlotte Moneymaker, Bette Ann Moore. 10 Freshmen Freshman Lester Lull operates his catapult machine, which he made as a project for Mr. John Krueger ' s World History IC class, as Ralph Tacoma and Gary Davis look on. Ralph built a battering Ram, and Gary made a Siege Tower. Judy Moore, Martha Moore, Sam Moore, Saundra Moore, Peggy Morefield, Judy Morgan, Don Mosby. Causby Mosley, Bill Mothershsd, Paul Mothershed, Dennis Mount, Connie Mudd, James Muir, Frances Munday. Jack Muse, Cheryl Nockenhorst, Terry Nappa, Ronnie Neeson, Carl Nelson, Bill Neville, Robert W. Nevins. Roy Newby, Bill Newman, Danny Nico- son, Robert Nordsiek, Sandra Northern, Bill O ' Brien, Joe O ' Brien. David Oldham, Charles Overton, Judith Ongley, Evelyn O ' Neill, D rna Ordway, Cora Ellen Orebaugh, Joe Ott. Michelle Owen, Ruth Owens, Robert Padgett, Jack Palladay, Vonnie Pardue, Mike Parker, Dianne Parsley. Sandra Pasch, Janice Patrick, James Pat- terson, Christine Payne, Robert Payne, Peggy Pearce, Rebecca Pearce. Ill Freshmen W9.9. 1 Q 9 (9 $ .1 % f :: U a a a (ft £| £ 111$ fi 2 Papooses Linda McQueeny and Chuck Williams arrive with the crowns for the 1 960 Homecom- ing King and Queen. Providing a motor escort for the freshmen papooses are driver Bill Borden and escort Leon Carter. Glee Club members are in the back- ground. Michael Peats, David Perkins, George Perry, Joe Pete, Susan Peters, Janet Pfeffer, Carol Phelps. Phillip Jones, Kriseda Pollar. Pat Pollard, Cayla Poland, Beverly Porter, Don Pot- ter, Elmer Pottorff. Brock Pratt, Mary Lou Rach, Max Rad- cliff, Ronnie Rae, Dennis Raesner, Ralph Spears, Rosie Ralston. Donald Ramsey, Pat Ransdell, Phylliss Rasdell, Kenny Rash, Bill Rector, Judy Reddell, Ronnie Reddman. Tina Redford, Clyde Reever, Joe Reifeis, David Renner, Jean Rhorer, Terry Rho- ton, Diana Richards. Roberta Rippy, Sandra Roberts, Bill Rock- afellow, Larry Roddy, Michael Rogers, David Rollings, Rosalie Romano. Donald Raney, Kirby Roosa, Jim Rordan, Theresa Rowley, Barbara Russell, Nancy Ryan, David Ryder. Fresk men Marion Saintimore, Anthea Salsbury, Terry Salter, Sheryl Samples, Rex Sam- pson, Karen Sanders, Dennis Sappenfield. Fae Sattler, Shirley Sauer, Bill Schaub, David Schaub, Lana Scheer, Carol Schil- ling, Paul Schlangen. Karen Schoenherr, Ervin Schwarz, Caro- lyn Sue Scott, David Scott, Sharon Scott, Larry Seabolt, Randa Seacat. Florence Sedam, Martha Sedan, Ralph Shannon, Kenny Shaw, Harold Shelton, Sharon Shepard, Karen Sheridan. Joyce Shimp, Don Shirley, Denise Shock- ley, Linda Short, Sandy Short, Patricia Shotts, Michael Silas. Diana Silcox, Bob Simpson, Donna Simp- son, Robert Dan Simpson, Donna Sledge, Ronnie Sledge, Eric Slinkard. Frank Smith, George Smith, Larry Smith, Peggy Smith, Ruth Ann Smith, Linda Snelling, joy Snider. Ted Snider, Wanda Spencer, Jane Ellyn Sprague, Bill Spurgeon, Bill Spurlin. Lynda Sohrwide, Bill Stader. Mary Stainbrook, Carol Stapert, Linda Staten, Sheila Steenberger, Mary Stie- necker, Barbara Stellhom, Ronald Stev- ens. Janey Stewart, Lois Stewart, Mike Stiles. Bill Stillabower, Larry Stimson, Sandy St. John, Larry Stone. Sandra Stone, Linda Stovall, Ray Strick- land, Diane Stroup, Raymond Stroup, Emmett Stuck, Linda Stucker. fl f| ft as (h ft f$ ■ ft O f) f $ Y7 . k 113 Fresh 0 ffl q Q 1 il ft O 1 men John Stucks, John Sullivan, Benjamin Surigent, Arvina Sutton, Sue Ann Sut- ton, Ralph Barry Tacoma, Bonnie Tague, Kathleen Tarr, Jimmy Taylor, Leroy Tay- lor, Ann Thompson, Corliss Thompson, Maureen Thompson, Raymond Stan ' ey Thompson. Bill Throckmorton, Denzil Throckmorton, Robert Tiffany, Gayle Tolliver, Patricia Ann Troy, Gladys Truesdale, Janet Tuck- Karen Tucker, Albert Turner, Charles Wagner, Max Walker, Donald Wallace, James Wallace, Pat Walls. Donald Warrenburg, Madelene Watts, Lull Lester Wayne, Rayburn Weakley, Vickie Weaver, Holly Weber Linda Weddle. Becky Weidner, Wallen West, Darrell Westbrook, Paul Wheatcraft, Bob Whe- eler, Sharon Whisker, Vicki Whitaker. Bob Whitson, James Wicker, Linda Wil- cher, Susan Wilkins, Chuck Williams, David Williams, Margaret Williams. Roberta Williams, Carol Willsey, Janice Wilson, Linda Wilson, Robert Lynn Wil- son, Mike Winkle, Charles Nion Wise Jr. Bill Wotring, Bernard Wright, Kenneth J. Wyatt, Ronnie Van Bibber, Michial Vas Binder, Jim Van Busum, Nancy Van Busum. H. E. Van Dyke, Lucia Verdouw, Judy Verhines, Jim Vernholt, Hugh Virmil- lion, Gene Voelkel, Mike Updike. Milford Yager, David Yates, Judy Yates, Robert L. York, Karen Young, Aaron Zeigler, Patricia Zimmerman. 14 Juniors Carolyn Ahlfeldt, Kenny Aldrich, Rex Anderson. Liz Baron, Lynn Baugh, David Bird. Terry Boyer, Georgia Cooper, Ronnie D. Cooper. Mary Cromwell, )erry Cummings, Chuck Dennison. Junior Chuck Creasser dons his war paint to act as Manual ' s " Big Chief " during our pep sessions. Mike Foley, )erry Fox, Cynthia Frazier. Sharron Jones, Sue Kendrick. Sandy Head, Wayne Rice. Jerry Schnitzius, Gloria Sebree, Georgia Shaner, Jim Suddith, Cynthia Taylor, Peg Tilford, William Todd. Sheila Waggoner, Jo Ellen Walden, Carl Wallace, Sherry Walls, Louise Ward, George Warfield, Billie Wheeler. Ken Wheeler, Jim Wheeler, Tom Wheel- er, Kathy White, David Whitson, Mark Williams, Soloman Whitlow. Barbara Brown, Bill Bush, Alen Butler, Madonna Chasteen, Paula Cromwe ' l, Phyllis Greene, Sue Hansing. Sophomores Linda Harrison, Jack Lloyd, Judy Mc- Bride, Gwendolyn Miller, Doug Mullen, Dave Risher, Gail Thornbrough. Fresh men Sandra Cheshire, Linda Ellis, Sherry Hig- gins, Phillip Jones, Mike Mascari, Mary Putnam, Andrea Zollars. sflaa 222$ 115 9 9 Judy Stodgill, Sondra Coffey, Pam Payne, Rozie Marley, and Cathy Hodges have served as Booster and Ivian Agents for the 9B Home Rooms. Judy Ahlfeldt, Jean Anderson, Carolyn Armstrong, Margaret Arthur, Sandra Beers, Donna Bettner, Ginger Bilyou. Leonard Boehm, |ane Bogard, Ralph Bradshaw, Diane Brown, Harold Brown, Richard Brownlee, Rosemary Brenton. Ronnie Byers, Andrea Cambell, lames Carrier, Sandy Capps, Tom Canida, Ira Carson, Larry Carter. Paul Chappie, Odessa Clay, Terry Clug- ston, Sondra Coffey, Susan Coffman, lames Coleman, Judy Cones. Donald Cromwell, James Curlin, Jerry Dale, Martha Dexter, Billy Dilworth, Phyllis Duhamell, Sandy Eaton. Joanna Eggert, Elaine Embree, Barbara Ervin, Marty Teasley, James Gammon, John Gertchen, John Gimbel. William Gimbel, Richard Glowner, Dan- ny Gordon, Mary Jane Hollcraft, James Hancock, Bill Harreld, Bobbie Harden. Kenneth Hartsock, Cathy Hodges, Donna Hollingsworth, Bob Hoover, Susy Hatta- baugh, Tom Hueber, Jim Hunt. 116 January 9B ' s David Johnson, Karon Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Sharon Johnson, John Karstedt, Cathy Keene, Beverly Keown. Ellen Law, Linda Lawson, Tinka Leon- ard, Donnae Longere, Carol Nordholt, Rozie Marley, Steve Mason. Charles Maxey, Mary McClure, Linda Miller, Nelson Miller, Sandra Mitchell, Roberta Mobley, Kenny Monday. Jack Myers, Dorcas Neal, Bill Nicley, Jackie Noles, Carolyn Parker, Linda Park- er, Betty Parrett. Laurissa Partlow, Richard Patterson, Pam Payne, Doris Phillips, Ruth Reeves, Earla Rice, Gary Richards. Mike Ridenour, Thomas Roberts, Jo- Nell Rugenstein, Ron Rutherford, Den- nis Sandefer, Sylvia Sattler, David Scott. Jessie Scott, Louise Shore, Kenny Short, Joyce Sipple, Rita Jo Stanger, Norman Smith, Paul Smith. Lynn Snead, Jimmy Soots, Pam Speziale, Douglas Stegemoller, Judy Stodgill, Lar- ry Taylor, Pat Taylor. Bob Taylor, Larry Thompson, Norma Toon. Gary Vandagrifft, Don Van De Maere, Richard Wessel. Michael Elzey, Charles Wood, Janice Woolbright. Getting ready for the State Tour- ney, January Freshmen Jennifer Bunch and JoNell Rugenstein caught the Redskin spirit and joined the Pep Club. 1M% 3 n a 9 ? : a 2 117 COMMUNITY Reflecting the Manual-minded Southside, many neighboring businesses displayed their loyal backing of our big Redskins during the State Tournament. These folks realize that by advertising in the Ivian with its wide circulation in Southside homes, they and their products become better known in the community. 119 HASCHWmS -NURSERY 244 WEST TR ' I A Friendly Smile greets customers at the Dog-n-Suds where food is always good. Curb Girl Marcia Wright serves Bill Schmidt, Bill Borden, and Rick Sey- fried. Edwards Dog-n-Suds 2126 South Sherman Drive ST 6-1638 NUMBER PLEASE Of the prescription, that is. Prescriptions are Hawkins ' business, and registered pharmasists, all Man- ual Crads, are always on duty to serve you. HAWKINS PHARMACY 234 E. Southern Avenue ST 4-2700 ST 7-5335 Malcolm Herr and Tug Hawkins serve Carolyn Cobble and Dick Listenberger. For Perfect Landscaping for a new or old home see the land- scape designer at M aschmeyer ' s Nursery, Inc. 244 West Troy ST 4-1298 " Landscape Designing Planting " Elsa Maschmeyer, Bill Schmidt, Sue Fish, and Peggy Tilford. A Heavenly Scent surrounds Carla Riegel and Doug Coode. Buescher ' s has flowers for every occasion. George Buescher Son, Florists 505 E. Southern Avenue ST 4-2457 COMPARING class rings are Louetta Sobel and Bill Devine. The highest quality class rings, pins, and medals are made by HERFF JONES COMPANY 1401 North Capitol Avenue ME 5-1554 Need A Haircut? See the experts at Cronley ' s for a trim. They ' ll do it to your specifica- tions. Cronley Barber Shop 1 103 E. Hanna Ave. ST 6-2776 Stopping For A Snack " And of course it will be hambur- gers! " say Anthea Salisbury and Paula Switzer, " Because the ones at Peppy Grill are really tantaliz- ing. " PEPPY GRILL 2722 Madison Avenue ST 6-5854 The Crowning Touch is " Sanitone " cleaning for all your clothes — as well as for Mom ' s dra- peries, slipcovers and rugs. CROWN Laundry • Dry Cleaning Rug CI con ' tng 2901 East Washington Street ME 7-3331 Bonnie McKinney and Jim Cummings, 1960 Home- coming Royalty, are crowned by Sue Hawley and Bob Cooper. OVER-EXPOSED But Roy McCubbins keeps his " hot-rod " run- ning with a little of Mr Cook ' s super service. Cook ' s Shell Service 2304 Madison Avenue ST 4-0665 DfllRV QUEEN IRIAT FOR M$K® A f00D F0R H ui.tA 2360 E. Raymond ST 6-4944 1024 Fletcher ME 2-8029 3102 Madison ST 4-1435 M-m-m Delicious! Stop at your favorite Dairy Queen for a summer-time refresher. Sharon Smith and Ronnie Cambridge. Barbara Hoffmeister, Chuck Williams and Larry Lindley. Sherry Hoffmeister, Ted Snider, and Sharon Todd. 123 Pat Thomas, Alice Hughes, and Darleene Stratton " doll up " for their Senior picture at Loudermilk ' s. 102 South Pennsylvania ME 6-3469 Wisdom Pays when you open savings accounts as Nicky Ferris and Lynda Haas are doing at SHELBY STREET Federal Savings and Loan Association 1525 Shelby Street ME 5-1503 24 Drink tl4.V4.PAt OF In Bottles Masomas Shirley Kratowicz and Jennie Perry get acquainted over Cokes with Freshmen Donna Holl- ingsworth and Carol Nordholt. REDSKINS are at home in the Tee Pee. Having a coke after school are Dave Broady, Dick Cummings, and Bob Skaggs. Being Redskins, they naturally pre- fer the TEE PEE 2830 Madison Avenue ST 6-0439 3820 East Fall Creek Pkwy., N. Dr. WA 5-8971 A Friendly Place is Michel ' s Pharmacy where Dennis Armor and Terry Stoneburner are being waited on by Mrs. Margaret Polly and Pharmacist John Michel. Michel Pharmacy with 5 locations No. 1—2202 Shelby Street No. 2 — 2177 South Meridian No. 3 — 2143 Prospect Street No. 4 — 1857 Shelby Street No. 5 — 2602 Shelby Stre t ST 4-6530 ST 6-7961 ME 8-9290 ST 4-5498 ST 4-1600 Shirley Kratowicz, Jennie Perry, Alice Hughes, Ruth Muir, and Leo Canfield. PRETTY AS A PICTURE is the Military Ball Queen and her court. You too can reign as king or queen of any occasion in a fresh outfit cleaned and pressed by Cotkron Cleaners Draperies a Speciality 2952 Shelby Street ST 4-3100 126 TOP-NOTCH is an excellent description of the haircuts Armen Cobb and Dave Scheib receive from barbers Mr. Melvin Chenoweth and Mr. Emmett Chenoweth at Chenoweth ' s Barber Shop 2612 Shelby Street ST 6-3467 " We need your head to run our business. ' A Big Decision confronts Terry Hannon as Mr. Paul Kahn shows him one of the elegant class rings displayed by Dyer. For class rings or trophies see Charles B. Dyer Co., Inc. JEWELER 234 Massachusetts Avenue ME 4-3381 Fine Food is what helps keep members of our football team in good shape. John Evans, Ron Cooper, and Rex Anderson look over the menu of scrumptious food at Howard Johnsons 2635 South Madison Avenue ST 6-1001 AS Tires U YTHB HAY , f MANAGER IMS smt . -i All the Way, Redskins to Al Maffett ' s where the service keeps your car in top condition any season of the year. Al Maffett ' s Standard Service 2850 Madison Avenue 2201 Prospect Street ST 4-0061 ME 2-0869 Enough for Two is the foot-long Stark Wetzel hot dog Dick and Tom VanArsdale are ready to enjoy. Short or long, the best hotdogs are made by Starts Wetzel I I A T PMOOUCTS General Offices, Indianapolis After School Manualites find the fine food deli- cious at MORGAN ' S RESTAURANT 2620 Madison Avenue ST 4-5646 Pat Thomas, Alice Morris, John Beeman, and Charlie Wallace. ' B Ska, C- S hat Harry A. SHARP Company, Inc. South-side Ford Dealer since 1937 Main Office 443 Virginia Avenue ME 2-9341 Used Car Lot 438 Virginia Avenue ME 2-9341 Used Car Lot 3110 Madison Avenue ME 2-9360 Carol Thomas and )on Wilde examine the Fords approvingly. A Good ' Pick- Up That ' s how these Ivian staffers — Karen Smith, Linda Abrams, and Sharon Todd — find 7-UP You Like It-It Likes You 651 East Twentieth Street WA 5-1481 Really Sharp is how a Skeffington ' s tuxedo makes a fellow feel. Redskin Revue Emcees Steve Goad and Bill Rhode have confidence they look their best in their formal outfits from SKEFFINGTON ' S Tuxedo Rental, Inc. 132 E. New York St. ME 4-1583 tfutol Engraving Electrotype Co. Makers of Fine Printing Plates 609 1 -615 1 2 East Monroe Street, Springfield, Illinois Editor Sharon Smith, Sports Editor Bill Rhode, and Linda Beach look over the product of a year ' s work — the ' 61 Ivian. Printed by Benton Review Publishing Company, Inc, Fowler, Indiana 130 G. H. HERRMANN Funeral Home A Finer Service — A Fairer Price Ambulance Service 1505 South East Street ME 2-8488 Indianapolis 25 DECIDING which salad to start dinner are Violet Westerfield and Karen Katt- mann. They know that all of them taste as good as they look at The Heritage 3325 Madison Avenue ST 6-2274 Whites are Whiter when they are cleaned at Darko ' s. Our cheerleaders are proud of their spotless outfits cleaned by Darko and Sons Cleaners 2659 Shelby Street ST 4-2401 It ' s ' Plumb ' Luxury to relax in a bubble bath. Just ask " Bubbles " Sims. Curt and Young will take care of all your plumbing problems. Curt Young Sewer Service Company 2861 Boyd Avenue ST 4-4360 Graduation Time requires a special gift. A beautiful watch is a practical luxury that would make a hit with anyone. A. D. McCarrel JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks 2610 Madison Avenue ST 4-3588 Mrs. McCarrel shows Ruth Muir and Louis Darko their assortment of Elgin watches. Taking a Hint is Bob Whiteside as Judy Kinnaman shows him the pretty flowers all girls love. Please your friends with flowers from — MADISON AVENUE FLOWER SHOP 2457 Madison Avenue ST 4-4446 Needier s Dairy Freeze ' Superb ' 3623 Shelby Street ST 4-0821 ST 4-0821 Can be read in the pleased smiles of this group of Manualites — Sue Kahn, Steve Richards, Tim Brown, and Sue Nordholdt. Their reason for satisfaction is the excellent service and scrumptious food at — Needler ' s Bowl ' em Over Danny Nicoson hopes to do just that, and Phil Wessner gets set for a turn. Many Manualites visit Shel- by Bowl for recreation — and exer- cise. SHELBY BOWL 3808 Shelby Street ST 6-6877 133 h ! " ;{ ■. ji Hjtj . . - ..-...,. " -w aMak ' saagg • " y ™« ' « »SmA». . T ■ ' E ! !ff TPTT T5Tn l ' ¥i ' 44 Mi rilillff TTlTTfl WSSM . ..■;►-... ' Our beautiful building is the place where the substance of our reflections begins and ends. In t he fall we come to school full of expectations for the coming year. The next spring as school ends, we pause to reflect over the past year. Our yearbook has captured memories for us in print. Our mem- ories of a winning year in football, our Runners-up State Championship basketball team, aftergame and semiformal dances, proms, parties, club meetings, plays, the Redskin Revue, and most of all of the friends we have made — all are here for us to pause and reflect over in the coming years. As the year ends, we can be found Reflecting on a Wonderful Year— ' 61 135 INDEX Academics 8-15 Activities 24-43 Advertising 118-133 Album 64-117 Athletics 44-63 Band 32-33 Baseball 60 Basketball 54-59 Booster Staff 30 Cheerleaders 50-105 Cherry Tree Hop 79 Choir 35 Citizens League 38 Classes 8-14 Color Guard 33 Cross Country 51 Cub Club 30 Dads Club 21 Dances 19 " Expedition to Knowledge " 17 Faculty 66-71 FNA Club 41 Football 46-49 French Club 38 Freshmen 106-117 FTA Club 43 Glee Club 36 Coif Team 61 Homecoming 18 Industrial Arts Club 43 Ivan and Ann 19 Ivian Staff 31 Junior Officers 94 Juniors 94-97 Junior Red Cross 42 King Football 19 Latin Club 38 Lettermen ' s Club 53 Mask and Wig 37 Masoma 26 National Honor Society 28 National Thespians 29 Operetta 35 Opportunity Day 20 Orchestra 34 Organizations 24-43 Pep Band 4 P-TA 21 Quill and Scroll 29 Radio Speech 40 Redskin Revue 22-23 Roines 27 ROTC 16 ROTC Sponsors 93 Science Club 39 Seniors 72-93 Senior Day 72 Sophomores 98-105 Stage Crew 36 Student Affairs Board 28 Tennis 61 Track 62-63 Tri-Hi-Y 42 Turn-About Day 17 Twirlers 32 Wrestling 52-53 Y-Teens 42 36 h ' v ' - v ' c r ' IwilwS Ipf 1 ». 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