Fremont High School - Vistula Yearbook (Fremont, IN)

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Jil, P, N a 5 I O f' - ,fs K 'eil Q N y i aff ' u lj. , . 1,2 b,' w Q .X" " A is 4' " S Q".,,-f"' ,Q ,aw ga 'Q' 'Jigs' I Q f 3 l all 4 f 5 vi MK X , I -, K .V -Y ' z. Mi- , A 1 .. M 5 w, .1 WA fig? ,wg," ' 1, ia t , Q WM, U... ADMINISTRATION , As a true administrator Mr. Mertz has the interests ofevery pupilat heart. To keep in close touch with student reactions and problems he taught a senior class in government and eighth grade arithmetic . The growth of our s c hool in curriculm and stature during his regime demonstrates Mr . Mertz's wide training and many capabilities. ln addition each student feels free to carry any difficulty to him for counsel. MR, MERTZ, Principal 1Il"""" The advisory board had a real responsiblity in formulating the poli- cies and directing the financial needs of the school. They did a fine iob in acting as a link between the public and the school Q L. TO R.: Arr Achaeffer, Clarence Huss, Lovell Moeller, Ellsworth Bingaman. 8 1 X COOKS The cooks are good friends of every child. Properly bal- anced, delicious meals are prepared every day. When needed they always lend a helping hand. 4 E, .Q 45'- sift - wi N ' X ' .ff , John and Clyde have done a splendid iob in keeping our school clean and neat. They Q make sure we are com- fortably warm even on the --- coldest of days. ln spite of their many tasks they are always good natured. The bus drivers are very impor- tant in a school like ours. They accept their responsibilities cheer- fully and are dependable no matter what the weather . Wrzsf FACULTY HELEN I-IEALY A.B. Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana Home Economics8, 9, 1O,11, 12,Lit- erature 8, F. H. A. Sponsor, Fresh- men Class Sponsor. HARRY KELLEY B.S. Manchester College North Manchester, Indiana Physical Education, Social Studies, Drivers Training,High School Coach, Lettermen's Club S p o n s o r , Sports Club Sponsor. RICHARD LATIER B. S. A. Purdue University West Lafayette Indiana Agriculture,Science 7, F. F, A. Spon- sor, 4-H Leader, National Honor So- ciety Sponsor, Sports Club Sponsor. MARION K. CLARK B.S. Cornell University Ithaca, New York Biology, General Science, Psycho- logy, Journalism, Librarian, Senior Play Coach, Sponsor, Vistula, Tat- ler, National Honor Society. HELEN MYERS A.B. DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana Spanish 1, 2, English 9, 12, Reading 7, 7th Grade Sponsor. WILLIAM KELLY B. S. Indiana State Teachers College Terre Haute, Indiana Social Studies, Drivers Training, As- sistant High School Coach. Kia S -arf, i"l"9"t or I Og-1' my O' to "7 'if Y ' 1 0 s fd' , "',' In 3- Sir-M FACULTY DORGTHY DUKE B. S. Hanover College Hanover, Indiana Businessg School Treasurer, Physical Education, FBLA Sponsor, G.A.A. Sponsor. BESSIE OLSON B. A., M. A. Indiana State Teachers College Terre Haute, Indiana Grade Artg English llg Spelling 7, 8. RAYMOND DUKE A.B. Hanover College Hanover, Indiana Mathematics, Physics. JOHN HILL B.S.M.E, Dana School of Music, Youngstown College Youngstown, Ohio Band Director, Hi-Y Sponsor. NANCY KINDLE B.S. Business Administration College of St. Elizabeth Morristown, New Jersey Business, Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. MARIELLEN PETTRY B. S. Concord College Athens, West Virginia English 7, 8, 10, Literature 105 Soph- omore Class Sponsor, Junior Class Play Director, Dramatics Club Spon- sor. ll A5 sb-1' 2 CLASSES The sailboat has many different parts, all of which must function properly for the boat to be usable. If iust one part is missing or in- active, it cannot function as a whole. It is the same with the school. The pattern of its success and progress is determined by the effort of each individual pupil. New subiects are being added yearly to the curriculum. These make possible our becoming better citizens and developing for the future. Even as a sailboat is construc- ted, so our education is built. By taking advantage of this modern educational program we control our intellectufzl growth, and can en- ioy more thoroughly this chal- lenging and interesting world. xx X, X K wx N . . xx 1 1,1 vb. . -Y 'Y' fi' nv- .- -11 -'E f- A -,-" -- f'i'f" viivvk- , D .h ,:...au-ral Q A, H TT 'J' A J '7' ' 1 ' N " ' ' 'f 1' G T 'Q ".z"XL:W5'hvi" 'fi ' 5" " 1 -DNV' fn A , . A hy- V - x I M 'i 5 'C ' I I - Q 'V , l . 1' I, . v ,. . Q . g 1, , dv. , K nm R. Ligbgrxxf M . 9--Cui' ' v , - , -I - h nk ,.- - ,' 5 .. . l , fu F ,ex ..:-.'m -. - gg, -1 . LC, 1 ' ug' , K W M A. 4 .f.,kxqgGY'Q AN4 i J , Aff SHOP ll Sc 12 GOVERNMENT 12 Homes for future pork chops. How democracy functions. BROAD CURRICULUM HOME EC 9 DRIVERS TRAINING 10 Is it done? That is the exhaust! W, PM is , 917' 15. .F" ENGLISH 11 TYPING 11 what are gcrunds? Speed and accuracy count. EDUCATES COMMUNITY PHYSICS 11 S1 12 SCIENCE 9 Inclincd planes save work, WiLh Lhe speed of light. ,av KATHALEEN BETTY GARY "Betty" Tri-l-Ii-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Vice -President 3, President 4, Chorus 1, 2, Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Awards: Typing 3, Spanish 2, 3, Bookkeep- ing 2, G, A.'A. Sportsmanship 3, Spanish District and State Contests 2, 3,Algebra Con- test 1, Student Council 1, Class Secretary and Treasurer 4, Class Play 4, Business Man- agerTat1er 4, Assistant Canteen Manager 3. HOWARD GERALD BEAMS "Jerry" Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, President4, Class Play 3, Masque and G avel 3, Class President 2, 4, Vice- President 3, Basketballl, 2, 3, 4,Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tr a c k 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Counny 3, Tatler Staff 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hoosier Boys State 3. MAURICE WENDELL COOPER "Coop" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice-President 2, 4, Letterrnen's Club 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Crop Judging 3, Pest Con- test 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Vistula S ta ff 4. DAVID WALLACE HARDING "Butch" Class Vice-President 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Basketball '1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Cross-Country 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vistula Staff 4, Class Plays 3, 4. RUTHANN BUCKMASTER "Ruthie" Fort Wayne 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Play 4, Student Council Pre side nt 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Chorus Vice-President 4,Masque and Gavel 4. it QU, I x Pri!- 3,2 L4 sunny 3' 7 ' Y- -. ,. ISM .- AMIELOU SWIFT "Amie" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F. ll. A. 1, Vice-Presb dent 2, 3, President 4, llonor Society 3, President 4, Quill and Scroll 3,4, Tatler S ta ff 3, Editor-in-ChiefVistu1a 4, Class Plays 3, 4, 4 - H 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Awards, Typing 3, History 3, Valedictorian. RONALD DUNCAN FOLLETT "Ron" Chorus l,2, Masque and Gavel 3, Class Plays 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, Base- ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Tatler Staff 4. DAVID KEITH FOSTER "Dave" Ba se ba ll 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tatler Staff 4. ELLEN EDYTHE MILLIMAN "Ellen" Chorus l,2, 3, 4, Band l,2, F.l-l.A. 2, 3, Secretary 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3,Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vistula Staff 4, Tatler Staff 3, Class Plays 3, 4, Student Council Secretary 3, Business Club Presi- dent 4, Geometry Contest 2, English Con- test 3,4, Awards: Biology 1, Algebra 1, Geometry 2, Bookkeeping 2, English 2, 3, History 3. Salutatorian. YVONNE DELL NEUTZ "Vonnie" Band 1,2, G. A. A. l,2, 3, F.H.A. 3,4, Canteen 3, Tatler Staff 4, Vistula staff 4, Masque and Gavel 4, Class Plays 3, 4- Chorus 1, 2, 4. JAMES BRUCE FOSTER "Bruce" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, Poultry Judging 1, 2, 3, Class Plays Crew 3, Cast 4, Cross-Coun- try 1, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4. ies. X, S- LaMOINE MARTEL BRESSLER "Bessie" Class President 1, 3, Band 1,2, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Twirling En- semble Corps Master 1, 2, 3, 4, District and State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Chicagoland Music Festival 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Vice-President 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A . 1, 2, 3, 4, Hoosier Girls State 3, English Contest 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Tatler Staff 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, National Honor S o c i e t y 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Awards, English 3, Typing 3, Masque and Gavel 3, Student Director One-Act Play 4, EDWARD ERLING Rl-IODA ..Ed., Buhl, Minnesota 1, 2, Kingston, West Vir- ginia 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 4, LeROY J. HUSS mpeg., 4 - H Vice-President 1, 2, President 3, 4, Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,Crop Judging 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 3,4, F.F.A. 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Cross-Country 4. BEVERLY ANN CAYWOOD "Bev" Class Secretary 2, Band 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Twirling Ense mble 1, 2, 3, 4, District State and Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Chicago- land Music Festival 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Vistula Staff 4, National Honor Society 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Track Dedication Attendant 1, Mer- maid Festival Candidate 3, M asque and Gavel 3, Student Director One -Act Play 4, Good Citizen 4. MADONNA MAY VICE "Donnie" Pleasant Lake 1, Chorus 2, F.H. A. 3, Class Play 4. ROBERT DEAN SCHAEFFER '-Bob" Class Plays 3, 4, Chorus 1. ' -wr-T-5? .gf -fza E "I, " ,f:"' Tsllziai.. 3" 4' ,, , ,,,.,,,,. , YI! BARBARA JEAN SCHAEFFER "Barb" Chorus 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Songleader 4, Class Play Property Manager 3, Cast 4, Tatlcr staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4. HAROLD DUANE HIGBEE "Torch" Northville 1, 2, Play Crew 3, Cast 4. LARRY JOSEPH PENNER "Puck" Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3, Cast 4, 4fH 3, 4, Reporter 1, 2, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 4, President 3, Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Dairy Judging 2, Basketball l, 2, MARILYN LOU CHAMPION "M3ril" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H, A. 2, Reporter 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, Tatle r Staff 4, Class Plays 3, 4. JAMES DAVID WYNEKEN "Cutter" Frankfort 1,2, Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 4, Band 3, Chorus 4, Class Play 3, Business Manager 4, Track 3. JAMES W. DAY "Sweeney" Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, Treas- urer 3, 4-H 1, 2, 3, Play Crew 4. , ..... . 1 ops.. , '2nI'wJi?"5i'..'W 5. , I I I f ., , ffrffwfi- L CAROL FAYE NEELY "Barrel" Scott Center 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Play 4, G.A. A. 4, Masque and Gavel 4. EVAN WILLIAM THOMAS "Ernie " Pest Contest 2, 3, 4, Class Plays Crew 3, 4, Cast 4. CHARLES RAY KAUFMAN "Buck" Class Plays Crew 3, 4, Cast 4, Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2. 3, Crop Judging 1, 2, 3. MABEL KLINK PATTERSON "Mah" Angola 1, Fostoria, Ohio 2, 3, Rock Island, Illinois 4, Fremont 4, EDWARD ELMER SEVITS .,Ed,. F.F.A, 1,2,4, Secretary 3, Pest Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Crop Judging 2, 3, Land Judging 4, Class Play Crew 3, Cast 4, Cross-Country 3, 4, Let- termen's Club 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Hoosier Boys State 3. GEORGE ALFRED RATHBUN "Ratchet" Play Crew 3, 4,Pest Contest 1, 2, 4,4-I-I 1. , if Senior boys display sweaters. Ag. award is received by Ed. A- d Jerry receives Math. award. ,yi Bev. and Moine are awarded eaters. Letfe see your sweater, Larry! - Soc1ety members -Q. 1 F' is, -1 1 ,I 1 5. -1 ss If is fi TH U f h 1 SRF' , 55. , if' ,A 5, N A' ,, l It if 1 Rm Twig WA! ' ,. x g, K M, 'fa J ,QT 9' N , 1 r - K I f -i -I. . . TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach W. Kelly, Coach H. Kelley, R. Ehrhart, L. Penner, R. Follet, L. Huss, R. Wells, W. VanAuken, R. Fisher, C. Coler, Mr. Mertz. SECOND ROW: B. Norton, B. Harding, J. Beams, N. Snyder, E. Sevits, A. Sidel, C. Schaeffer, T. 1-ligbee, B. Caywood. THIRD ROW: G. Neutz, R. Thomas, R. TRACK The high school won IO of their I3 meets this year and won the county and corner conference track meets. LeRoy Huss set a new county, school, and corner conference record in the high jump. His best jump of the year was 6' I If2" He won class "B" at Goshen and the Kokomo relays, and placed 2nd in the sectional, 4th in the regional. Ronnie Follett set a new school and county record in the shot put. His best put was 46' IO If2". He placed 4th in the Goshen relays and 2nd in the Kokomo relays. Jerry Beams won the track trophy for having the most points throughout the season. Bea ms, L. Bressler. ,jf 7 41, 4 , 'Q in -2 ,ic FJ Q F4 " L' 4 1 FJ S , at J W wit X TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach W. Kelly, N. Salsbury, B. Cay wood, W. VanAuken, J. Lantz, J. Penner, R. Foss, Mr. Merrz, T. Carpenter. SECOND ROW: E. Landis, G. Gardiner, V. Kiser, J. Knauss, J. Foster, C. Bolen, R. Baker, B. Knauss. THIRD ROW: E. McNaughton, R. Sears, M. Bressler, J. Rakestraw, J. Neubauer, EAMS The Junior high participated in six duel meets this year winning four of the six. Wayne VanAuken broke the half-mile record at the Warsaw Invitational track meet. His time was 2 minutes 18. seconds. 5 The old record was held by Dick Snyder at 2 minutes and 2I seconds. f .' 4 , ri ' ' ' 'f , il ' ' 'Pu , h V1 N' 4: . ri., N. a -in -v riff. ,. 4 r -.Mp 935' .A , lj: . Ei a. ' ' ' ,xi 'J z V X 4 ' ' , ' '-Q' . Q' ' A". . - - - - "Lol x.. iw 1' .. H-N z Q 1 ' -5? ' "" , X ,nga W - f 5... J 1 it I I his QM - " J rf . , ., U . I , I ,V v . 1 . 5 . Q, V, . AN '-z.: MVS 3 ' Q J- , ' N x' N' w W., , ,.. 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' P e a e ul mg R, --, , 1 ,K . . fy. .,,,, I. 10 M ...,. NK J X -Q u A zu v 3 ,.,. P K A JR. AND SR. Prom Queen. M-m-m-m what good food! L L M92 I I..-f 3 N1 Get me one Phil! Grace brings more food Bic: HEAD IN FOR THE HILLS f: L - -A iw si Q ff X U if f , W fu, . ...K AA K " ' . , ' fi-Y4 5,7 X. , rf'-5 Q . Fomld. gxN5f1th.C.,Ncc1y,,ff Fbster, 11 an, IB. B. Gary, B. Schaeffer, ' Q F't'EfEff'RT Buckmaiter, Mrsj rk, L. man, E. Sevits, E. Thomas, L. Pcnncr, M, Champion. Sw!-fl, B. 1 5. D. Higbue, Kauf . I J. Beams, L. Bressler, M. Watters, M. Champion, C. King 4:55, -11 . 114355 ...K . N. Johnston 2?-if ' ,, 3,19 if W E 23 Wssl . W JUNIORS John Oberst Nancy Smart Ned Snyder Judy Campbell Bernard Rose Corla Ann Foss Phillip smith .- L s W Lorena Lantz Robert Gleason J Jeannette Binkley Alton Neely Nancy Berry Q Gordon Kuntz ff ' sShirley Antrup 1,9 James Myers .Y Glenna Cole Ronald Beams 4 M Janet Smith s tl- , William Watters Arlene Schaeffer Gayl Doster Laura Conklin Robert McMurray Kathryn Nichols Philip Gay Christine Fraley Blaine Shoup LeRoy Siegel K 4 S ' f'-Av V F' .itll if f' J D fs: . ,J 3 me ef if Q f l S 4 X rx ' U .- t S 6? f W Q -1' if -E I L. TO R: Ned Snyder, Student Councilg Jeannette Binkley, Secretary- Treasurerg Gayle Doster, Presidentg Ronnie Beams, Vice Presidentg Carla Ann Foss, Student Council, Ne 3 fo ll. ZS ii 5 I alwf Q , H. l -7 rw i A Lk ,,,. K. it .mmm , 1, ,. it AAx W vw K QFSX' X 1' yy i w, if Hx.: LuAnn Pifer Tom Jordan Ramon Schaeffer Darlene Olney Max Hufnagle Martha Smith Edward Parshall Janet Rosebrock Max Hardy Sonia Nelson Charles Schaeffer Nona Mencer Richard Bird Marilyn Foss Tom Higbee Patricia Lomont James Langley L. TO R.: LaVem Bressler, Vice Pres. 5 Alan Sidel, Student Councilg Ruth Arm Northam, Student Councilg Sonja Nelson, Secretary- Treasurerg Rex Ehrhart, President. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES June Gleason LaVern Bressler Carol Walbolt Wilbur VanAuken Sharon Smith Richard McMurray Rosalie Baker John Gleason Evelyn Shoff James Rathbun Beverly Gilchrist James Hufnagle Doris Bolen Willard Smith Mariannette Burrell Rex Ehrhart Ruth Ann Northam Alan Sidel Mary Jane Wall Shirley Berry 5 'J as XXl x ix X H iz F Q E' ' U 1 " Q-r ,, ,rf I .By L 1 4 L l 1 ' . K , if! 4 ks 'N' g-Y' ' '1". n I' 'ggi iv' J A 1 ,A was E' r i' W 3 x int' x J if A Y , l A ., - ! iw" 'A ' 1 4 0 rr -Q -f R, I4 S- f nf .ill R s f-I - vi EE- "' ' ' 9. v:"I'v, 5 H 4 M 4- . A.-X .inf A- Z A v 5 i I ..Q be M .af 1' .1 'QW 40 ' R 1 5 gums f,g g 'x if 'Ea 3 Robert Thomas Noradell Hess George Neutz Barbara Sevits Robert Fisher Joan Vaughn Rodney Wells Carol Parker Donald Sattison Sue Boore Larry Huss Diane Ebeier Danny Kaufman Patricia Livingston Frank Parrish Carol Snyder Russell Keith Janice Meeks Eugene Hantz Kathleen Baker Charles Coler Charlene Coleman Lynne Hook Sondra Middleton FRESHMEN Gail Chapin L. TO R.: Robert Fisher. Julie Lqndis President: Danny Kaufman. Treasurerp Rodney Wells, Student Council: Gail FRESHMEN Eugene Wireman Bonnie Champion Joe McMurray Betty Bradley Steven Hippensteele Sandra Rathbun Robert Prior Joann Newbauer David Hoselc Larry Fraley Bill Noyes Sharon Opdike Forrest King Joyce Starrett David McMurray Jane Knauss Neal Patterson Peggy Lantz Jerry Northam Marlene Champion Gerald Way Ellanor Ransburg Lynn Champion Shirley Coleman Jeannette Schaeffer JN 1 1 -ls GA A fi v ' QI 4,""' 4 ts 17' vt S NH A I 1 x YI 5' ki gg C' B. ' 'E' Q X I 1 . . X L X 2.4. fir 'Y-ffl. l FQ5 5'- . 4..x - 5 lgk . K ' 1: lc. Q" . SK Q ,fx 63. 157' " 'i F 'N I vw l P Chapin Student Council- . l I P I B I ki ' L Joann Newbauer, Vice Joufnecoen WZ? "5" 6 President. anlce arpenter . l Z7 E. we - , j AGN. s ACTIVITHES The drifting smoke as it rises and blends into the horizon suggests the life of the individual student as it merges with theaims and pur- poses of the school, to the honor and glory of both. The warmth of lasting friend- ships and a feeling of personal worth grow in the intimacy of clubs and organizations. Other values that cannot be measured are the fun and satisfaction of successful cooperative effort. As hotdogs and marshmallows roasted over the open fire provide sustenance for physical develop- ment, participation in school ac- tivities encourages the social growth. 91 M TOP ROW, L. TO R.: R. Foss, A. Sidel, R. Wells, Mr. Mertz, N. Snyder, D. Harding, J. Knauss. SECOND ROW: L. Sellers, R. Northam, G. Chapin, C. Foss, S. Smart, THE GUIDING LIGHT Through the Student Councilare expressed the opinions and desires of the student body. It is truly the voice ofthe Eagles. Each class in high school sends two represen- tatives, and this year for the first time the junior high was included. Although they did not partic- ipate, they learned the way the Student Council functions. Some of the various duties of the Student Council this year were directing cheer leading tryouts, helping with the Hallowe'en Carnival, supervising Christmas festivities and Awards Day. ABOVE, L. TO R.: D. Harding, vice president, R. Buckmaster president, G, Chapin, secretary. BELOW, L. TO R.: N. Snyder, A, Sidel, R. Wells, C. Foss, R Foss, S. Smart. I 'ff' ' nf if lin T.. I 'EJ ,.x , ,. , , 5 YQ' amz if A K 1 Wf- K ,. . 150 ar 1: rf' a Nz 41. W,,.M, mx -,w.,.,....,.,.W....,4.-W.,..n,,,.........1,...v.: N.,,,..MmW.mM. ,W ,Wmmm-W.w .,x..-m..,Mm- ... N,..,,,. U.. , A LL I 5 W4 ,,,N .A,.1 1-:gi A,,.:. :Lg ,ff V M' K It ly ii' " ' ' X' 5' ' jg V v 2 , K K f w " if W h ' k 1 bw v . Q ,J gi? L 25, M Jf' W , - ,, ' f. . f XX E ' 'fr f - 'W Q :Wu , 1 C MQ XS' i bb' 1 ga H. N 5 531222 if ,Q ,L ,. Xcif., Q ' A , ' :N Q 3 ,Q N X 9 5 ' , , -K 11,2 - Q" fx -1 f 9 'Q X . Xxx, X - 1' 3 EF . , A V K 4 X 5 . f . . K, JP? X ' XL! V , a ,Q Q I ' Q' 4 f Q Q, . , Q , Ha V ? V . ,, . i Q X fx A ya bw b Q P . K ., - 5 : I V X t I .. ,A an 'Y 1 K' 3 A2 , Q2 4' M S f W. lm ,ff 4 gg: me- ' 5 . V V - Y i K f 'H " ,J f , aw mf ff f V V gf - kj '- if , : ZL, 2' iL I fi 'Q' A AZlAV , , ' I N H T0 THEE WE SING Increased interest in chorus resulted in the forma- tion of three sections, boys glee club, girls choir and mixed chorus . In December the chorus and band gave a concert for the Commercial Club. A varied and delightful pro- gram including every child in the grades and the choruses was presented at Christmas . O u r spring program took the shape of a minstrel . As a fund raising project, the three groups sponsored a sock hop after each home basketball game . TOP ROW, L. TOR.: Y. Neutz, M. Champion, R. Baker, G. Chapin, M. Smith, M. Burrell, K. Baker, B. Cay- wood, S. Nelson, M. Wall, M. Champion. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, P. Lomont, J. Landis, E. Milliman, D. Bolen, J. Meeks, P. Lantz, C. Fraley, A. Swift, M. Foss, R. Northam. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Galimberti, D. Ebejer, C. Walbolt, L. Bressler, I. Campbell, L. Pifer, B. Gilchrist, S. Berry, B. Champion, 1. Rosebrock. TOP ROW, L. TOR.: L. Bresslet, P. Gay, N. Snyder, G. Knntz, G. Doster, R. Wells R. McMurray, R. Beams. SECOND ROW: N. Patterson, K. Nichols, J. Smith, N. Stuart L. Lantz, C. Foss, R. Thomas. THIRD ROW, Mrs. Galimberti, G. Cole, N. Berry, L Conklin, S. Prior, A. Schaeffer, S. Antrup. TOP ROW, L. TOR.: Mrs. Galimberti, R. Baker, G. Way, S. Hippensteele, D. Kauf- man, R. Baker, C. Bolen, J. Knauss, E. McNaughton. SECOND ROW: C. Parker, S. Boore, J. Starrett, N. Hess, S. Rathbun, J. Knauss, E. Ransburg, L. Hook, S. Opdykc, J. Carpenter. THIRD ROW: S. Sidel, S. Follett, N. Huss, S. Middleton, J. Schaeffcr, B. Bradley, P. Bolen, J. Hippensteele, R. Renfroe, L. Sellers. L l TOP ROW, L. TO R.: Mrs. Duke, C. Fraley, N. Smart, L. Lantz, M. Smith, M. Burrell, J. Smith, G. Chapin, B. Gary, J. New- bauer, C. Neely. SECOND ROW: N. Berry, P. Lantz, B. Sevits, D. Bolen, S. Nelson, B. Caywood, K. Baker, L, Pifer, J. Camp- bell. THIRD ROW: L. Bressler, L. Conklin, M. Wall, J. Schaeffer, K, Nichols, S. Berry, G. Cole, B. Champion, J. Landis, C., Foss. FOURTH ROW: J. Rosebrock, R. Northam, S. Smith, M. Foss, C. Walbolt, E. Shoff, D. Ebejer. VIM ,VlGOR, AND VITALITY Again this year the Girls Athletic Asso- ciation received a ready response from all girls interested in athletics. Basketball, volleyball, folk dancing, group games, stunts and tumbling were activities. The fun of team play, the development of clean competitive spirit, good health and physical trim were advantages offered . The annual play day was held in March and several schools were represented. By the use of the point system the girls won awards for various athletic achievements at the completion ofa happy and successful year. ABOVE, L. TO R.:B. Gary, presidentg L. Bressler, senior award leader, N. Berry, chief award leader, I. Smith, junior award leader, G. Cole, secretary and treasurer, M. Burrell, sophomore award leader, C. Foss, vice president. BELOW, L. TOR.: I. Landis, L. Pifer, B. Champion, P. Lantz, K. Baker, D. Ebejer. I7 TOP ROW, L. TO R.: C. Peterson, S. Nelson, N. Smart, B. Shoup, M. Burrell, J. Meeks, J. Newbauer, Mrs, Duke. SECOND ROW: S. Smith, R. Northam, D. Bolen, N. Berry, E. Milliman, S. Berry, S. Middleton. THIRD ROW: L. Huss, D. Olney, S. Boore, B. Bradley, B. Sevits, J. Rosebrock. NIMBlE FINGERS Future Business Leaders of America is a national organization making its first appearance at Fremont under the tutelage of Mrs. Duke. The charter installation services were held by the Fort Wayne Chapter and Dr. Robert P. Bell, Ball State Teachers College, presented a charter to Fremont. Nineteen students comprised the charter group. In January initiation was held for new members. Many worthwhile proiects were sponsored bythe club: typing and mimeographing for teachers, compiling iob surveys, showing of guidance films, and occupational materials . The FBLA's first money making proiect was a paper drive. ABOVE, L. TO R.: I. Rosebrock, B. Shoup, Mrs. Duke, L. Huss, M. Burrell, D. Bolen. BELOW, L. TO R.: D. Olney, marshall, E. Milliman, president, N. Berry, vice president, S. Smith, R. Northam, secretary, S. Nelson, treasurer. ABSENTg P. Smith, historian. HIGHER STANDARDS TOP ROW, L. TO R.: Mrs. Kindle, L. Conklin, B. Caywood, N. Smart, G. Chapin, L. Lantz, J. Meeks, P. Lantz, I. Landis. SECOND ROW: D. Ebejer, S. Berry, L. Bressler, G. Cole, B. Gary, K. Baker, I. Campbell, B. Gilchrist. THIRD ROW: M. Foss, C. Walbolt, C. Foss, L. Pifer, P. Lomont, N. Berry, B. Champion. The year was interesting and successful for Trl-Hi-Y. We all enioyed working with Mrs. Kindle as our advisor. ln October the officers attended the dis- trictmeeting at Howe High School where plans for the following year were discussed. There were many new members this year. The candlelight induction ceremony was held at an assembly of the high school students. Activities of the organization included a Christmas basket for a needy family, a sun- rise breakfast on Easter morning, and the Christmas dance iointly sponsored with Hi-Y. ABOVE, L. TO R.: K. Baker, M. Foss, G. Chapin, P. Lantz, J. Landis, J. Meeks, D. Ebejer, P. Lomont, B. Gilchrist, B. Champion, L. Pifer. BELOW, L. TO R.: I. Campbell, chaplain, L. Lantz, ser- geant at arms, G. Cole, president, L. Bressler, vice presi- dentg L, Conklin, treasurer, B. Gary, secretary. CHRISTIAN CHARACTER TOP ROW, L. TOR :P Gay R. McMurra , J . . , y . Langley, L, Huss, G. Doster, J. Wyneken. SECOND ROW: J. Meyers, B. Rose, G. Kuntz, A. Sidel, J. Beams, B. Harding. THIRD ROW Mr. Hill, N. Snyder, R. Beams, L. Bressler, N. Patterson. Hi-Y had a year filled with school and community activities. John Hill was again Hi-Y advisor. Throughout the year the chapter planned its activities to follow the ideals of the or- ganization: "To create, maintainand extend throughout the home, school, and community the higher standards of Christian character . " In the tall membersattended the district meeting at Lima, Indiana . At this meeting the year's activities were planned. Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y iointly sponsored the annual Christmas dance. Another annual event, the Father and Son banquet, was under the direction of Hi-Y members. Mutual affection and pride were very evident at this gathering. ABOVE, L. TO R.: L. Huss, G. Kuntz, R. McMurray, N. Snyder. BELOW, L. TO R.: J. Beams, president, A. sidel, secre- tary, J. Wyneken, vice president, D. Harding, sergeant at arms, G. Dosrer, chap1aingP. Gay, treasurer. BEATERS OF THE BATTER TOP ROW, L. TO R.:Y. Neutz, M. Champion, R. Baker, J. Knauss, L. Hook, J. Newbauer, B. Schaeffer. SECOND ROW: C. Parker, B. Sevits, S. Boore, J. Starrett, E. Milliman, K. Nichols, D, Olney, A. Swift. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Healy, E. Shoff, J. Schaeffer, P. Bolen, I. Carpenter, M, Champion, J, Landis. We are the Future Homemakers ofAmerica. L. TO R.: A. Swift, president. J. Schaeffer, song leaderg B. Schaeffer, song leader, Mrs. Healy, advisor, R. Baker, historian, L. Hook, treasurer, E. Milliman, secretaryg E. Shoff, vice president. L. TO R.: J. Newbauer, K. Nichols, D. Olney, J. Carpenter, B. Sevits, J. Knauss. We face the future with warm courage and high hope for we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and precious values. We are the builders of homes for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression ofeverything that is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith will be realities, not dreams . Our chapter had two meetings a month. one business and one social. The Christmas party was held at Rosalie Boker's home. The annual FHA and FFA party was a big success and all of the members had loads of fun. TILIERS OF THE SOIL TOP ROW, L, TO R.: Mr, Latier, J. Gleason, A. Neely, L. I-luss, L. Penner, E, Sevits, E, Wireman. SECOND ROW: L. Huss, E. Parshall, M, Hufnagle, W, Smith, L. Fraley, E. Hantz, R. Keith. LEARNING TO DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE A conservation project interesting toall mem- bers was the construction of 35 bird houses out of iii umcuuuus I l "I 'i l redwood materials. The houses varied from wren 5, size to those for bluebirds. These were sold at very reasonable prices. The Fremont Chapter sold Vitality Seeds, quality vegetable and flower seeds handled only by F. F. A. A fence tightening device was also introduced and demonstrated by the boys. Imp L. TO R.: E, Hantz, treasurer, Mr. Latier, E Parshall, president, L, Huss, vice president, L Huss, reporter: J. Gleason, sentinel, A, Neely secretary. L. TOR.: R. Keith, E. Wireman, M. Hufnagle, L Fraley. L. TO R., TOP ROW: Ned Snyder, Gayl Doster, Mrs. Clark, Mr. Mertz, Mr. Latier, Gordon Kuntz, Terry Beams. SECOND ROW: Jim Myers, LaMoine Bressler, Amielou Swift, Betty Gary, Beverly Caywoocl, Corla Foss, Jeannette Binkley, Ellen Mill- iman, Ronnie Beams. THE EIAMING TORCH OF KNOWLEDGE To be a memberof the National Honor Society astuclentmust notonly havea high scholastic average but be outstanding in character, leadership and service. Initiation is a "tapping" and candle- light ceremonywhich is held atthe begin- ning of the second semester. Juniors are probationary members. Election to the National Honor Society climaxes four years of honest effort and achievement. "JERRY RECEIVES INSTRUCTIONS" L. TO R. 1 LaMoine Bressler, Characterg Jerry Beams, Scholarshipg Betty Gary, Leadershipg Amielou Swift, President, Ellen Milliman, Service. 40 L. TO R., TOP ROW: Ruthann Buckmaster, Barbara Schaeffer, Ned Snyder, Gayl Doster, Jerry Beams, David Harding, Ellen Milliman, Nancy Berry. SECOND ROW: Laura Conklin, LaMoine Bresslcr, Bert G M l k Swift, Bcvcrly Caywaod. y ary, rs. C ar , Judy Campbell, Amiclou THE POWER OE THE PRINTED WORD Quill and Scroll is the inter- national honor group for iournalism students . Outstanding service for school publications and a scholastic rating in the upper third of the class are the nec- essary qualifications. The iournalism group grew in size and interestthis year with many Juniors actively participating in the publica- tions. DEADLINE TOMORROW! Betty Gary, Barbara Schaeffer, Ruthann Buckmastor, Judy Campbell, Ned Sn yder, Jerry Beams, Laura Conklin, Gayl Dostcr, Nancy Berry. , Nidor, R. Fisher, G. Doster, D. Kaufman, E, Rhoda, R, Wells, TOP ROW, L, TO R,g N, Patterson, L, Bressler, B, Rose, C, Schaeffer, F ' R G N Sn der B Shoup R Beams SECOND ROW- P Lantz, S, Nelson, K. Nichols, J. Campbell, K, Baker, L, R, Mclvrurrary, , ay, . . y , . . . . - . . Lantz, G, Chapin, J. Knauss, L, Hook, N, Smart, B, Caywood, R, Buckmaster, B, Gilchrist, L. Pifer, C, Foss. THIRD ROW, Mrs,Pettry, J, Landis, D, Ebejer, L, Bressler, G. Cole, N, Berry, N. Hess, S, Berry, P. Lomont, B, Bradley, P. Bolen, D, Bolen. FOURTH ROW: I, Rosebrock, J. Scheaffer, C. Walbolt, C, Neely, R. NOYIUHH1. B. ChamPi0H. M. Foss, 5. Smith. MASQUE AND GAVEL The Masque and Gavel Dramatics club has com- ection of LaMoine Bressler, was presented by I0 ot pleted its second successful year at Fremont High the members for the entertainment of the school. School. Under the leadership of Mrs. Pettry, the For those individuals not interested in acting, club has doubled its entire membership this year. the club furnished outlets in the directing field, as A one act play "Evening Star", under the dir- well as that of make-up, scenery, and lighting. AVERTISING PAYS MAKEUP ARTIST -us-.. is ' ii ,-,-. fri 4? Q-. tn TOP ROW, L. TOR.: J. Gleason, R. Gleason, R. Schaeffer, J. Rathbun, E, Sevits, R. Ehrhart, Mr. Larier, SECOND ROW W Waturs R. Prior, W, Smith, M. Hufnagle, W. VanAukcn, L. Champion, A.Side1. THIRD ROW: B. Rose, R. Barry, I. Northam R Ruth L Hxintz, E. Parshall, L, Huss, E, Wircman. AG EXPERIENCE Judging is a way of learning and supplements classroom work. In Indiana alone 25,000 individuals participate each year in this agricul- tural activity. Fremont judging teams this year THE DAIRY TEAM were engaged in poultry and egg, dairy, crops, land, insect indentifi- cation and demonstration contests. Valuable experience is furnished by actual handling of farm animals and dealing with farm situations. POULTRY .IUDGING The Tatler has had an issue every three weeks. Mrs. Clark, the faculty advisor, had many original ideas that made the Tatler one ot the best. The paper was run off on a new machine which gave clearer, better type. More art work was used and the paper increased in size. The staff produced a paperwhich aroused antic- ipation and interest with every issue. ABOVE, L, TO R.: J. Beams, N. Snyder, B. Schaeffer, L. Conk lin, J. Campbell, N. Berry, M. Champion, B. Gary, Mrs. Clark L, Bressler, MIDDLE, L. TO R.: N. Berry, news editor, R. Buckmaster, BELOW, L. TO R.: Y. Neutz, club news editor, N. Snyder, fea ture editor, G. Doster, L. Bressler Editor NEWSAND VIEWS The yearbook featured ma n y n ew ideas with a theme centered around the beauty ofour surroundings . The numberof pages in the Vistula was increased and several new o rga n i za tio ns were added. A section of curricular copy and pictureswas included to better portray our classes. All ofthe spring activitieswill be pictured in cz graduation supplement. ABOVE, L. TO R.:B. Caywood, A. Swift, Mrs. Clark, I. Day, W. Cooper, E. Milliman, Y. Neutz, D, Harding. .,.,4,AWA I rf xt. :- MIDDLE, L. TO R.: Mrs, Clark, advisor: J. Day, assr. business manager, B. Caywood, layoutg E. Milliman, copy. BOTTOM, L. TO R.: W, Cooper, business manager, D. Harding, Y. Ncurz, advertising managers. A, Swift Editor SPORTS The health and vigor of our en- vironment are expressed by our out- standing athletic achievements. The ability to handle the body with the grace and accuracy necessary for top athletics, the stamina to go a little more than all the way, the stubborn refusal to give up until the last gun is fired-these are products of un- surpassed surroundings. In our broad program every pu- pil may find athletic expression whetherit be in the individuality of track or the team play on the court or the diamond. The caliber of the Eagles' coach- ing staff had led to an enviable rep- utation for quality team play and sportsmanship . f ., u , . I' ,A - 1 , I N,-'-,n Q -',,Ae" J 1 7 1 Al -N---v -Y '24 LPN ""' ' . 5"?1l11:'ae': ..- , 'Q --, .... - ,--..- ...sunt-. ...... . .--..,1.r'. ....ggk ' ...gg- ,.,g...A "i""" ...a1r,,.-f--. -' ,. ,A A ,,rp.-11164, ,,5.1x"' f ' ' ' """""" 3. N tY:.,L4.,gaw:.:'. f ' n -Qi. '- L. Ju..- Tum TOP ROW, L. TO R.: Coach W. Kelly, Coach H. Kelley, R. Ehrhart, W. COOPSI. R. Wells. R- Fisher. T. .lOffl3f1. Mr. Mertz, ROW '21 A. Sidel, N. Snyder, J. Beams, D. Foster, W. Var1Auken, J. Myers. ROW 3: M. Hufnagle, N. Patterson, R, Beams, R, Thomas, L. Bressler, I' fl.. The Wmdup! BATTER UP! The baseball team got off to a good start and finished the same way having an undefeated county record with 7 wins O losses. Defeating Orland 14-5 in the tournament the team brought the baseball trophyto Fremont for the first time since 1942 by trimming Hamilton 10-9 in the final game in 2 extra innings. The corner conference had a tournament, the first since 1947. Our team won 2 and lost 1, the loss being at the hands of Avilla 2-1 in the finals. The Eagles were really blessed with pitch- ers. Rodney Wells, a freshman of great prom- ise won 4 lost O, while LaVern Bressler, still having 2 years of playing, won 3 lost 0. Two seniors, Dave Fosteri-1, Jerry Beams 2-O, and Max Hufnagle, sophomore, 1-O made up the wins for a record of 11 wins and 1 loss. Fremont outscored and outhit the opposing teams on the average, giving them 5 runs, 7 hits against our own 9 runs, 11 hits. Jerry Beams was the team's leading batter for the second straight year getting 19 hits for 40 times at bat for a .475 average. Ronnie Beams and Wendell Cooper were also above .400 with .447 and .435 averages respec- tively. Ball or Strike? sm, Nlce swmg' THE CHAMPS' SENIORS Jerry Beams P,C Wendell Cooper RF David Foster P, lst B Butcln Harding P JUNIORS Ronnie Beams 2nd B Ned Snyder LF Jim Myers LF SOPHOMORES Rex El1rhartC Alan Sidel SS LaVern Bressler P,CR Max Hufnagle RF Wilbur Van Auken RF FRESHMEN Rodney Wells P,CF Robert Fisher 3rd B Neil Patterson C Bobby Thomas 2nd B SCHEDULE September 7 Fremont 2 Hamilton T T8 Waterloo O 2 Avilla 3 T6 Metz 7 7 Salem 5 7 Scott T T6 Hamilton 9 7 Orland 6 6 P. Lake 5 8 Flint 3 COUNTY TOURNAMENT October 7 Fremont T4 Orland 5 TO Hamilton 9 Watch Mr. Kelley, Rex. Hurry! I Baseball Trophies S Regs X X WENDELL COOPER-SENIOR-FORWARD Aveteran oftwo years, Coop'saccurate shooting, good defense and powerful rebounding made him the key man ofthe team. LEROY HUSS-SENIOR-FCRWARD Peg, with a previous year ofexperience, was very valuable to the team with his accurate shooting and rebounding. RONALD BEAMS-JUNIOR-GUARD, FORWARD Ronnie, a veteran of last year, was the spark of the floor with his defense and accurate shooting. He will be the key man next year. BRUCE FOSTER-SENIOR-CENTER Bruce's rebounding ability and two years expe- rience proved a vital asset to the team. 50 GERALD BEAMS-SENIOR-GUARD Jerry's assists and heads up ball were very valuable to the team. His ability to play several positions and two year's of experience made him a seasoned player. DAVID HARDING-SENIOR-GUARD Butch was a veteran of last year. His constant popping ofset shots made him a reliable substitute . DAVID FOSTER-SENIOR-GUARD Although Dave saw limited action, he was a continuous scoringthreat when he was in. His var- sity experience of last year increased his value . PHILIP GAY-JUNIOR-FORWARD Being PhiI's first year on the varsity squad, he saw limited action. A fine rebounder for his size, he will be a valuable man next year. 51 40,6 f 'ff I 6' TOP ROW, L, TO R. : Coach W. Kelly, Coach H. Kelley, D Foster, P. Gay, L. Huss, B. Foster, W. Cooper, A. Sidel, R Ehrhart, Mr. Mertz. BOTTOM ROW: R. McMurray, J. Beams B, Harding, L. Bressler, R. Beams, N. Snyder, T, Jordan EAGLE SQUADS OPPONENTS WE THEY Avilla 64 54 Hamilton 69 58 Pleasant Lake 70 43 Orland 56 40 Wolcottville 64 69 Salem 80 5l Howe Military 59 44 Butler 48 54 Metz 74 61 Hamilton 96 58 Butler 41 63 Waterloo 58 45 Riverdale 37 40 Angola 72 61 Angola 65 68 Ashley 73 57 Pleasant Lake 75 48 Metz 80 45 Scott 60 46 Salem 55 38 Orland 11 7 Sectional Scores: Clwurubusco 62 49 Garrett 36 41 R. 4? lOl ROW OR, z T, Jordan, C, Coler, R, Ehrhart, R, Fisher, J, Langley, R, Wells, R, Mctvlurray, W, Vanlkukcn, R, McMurray, 5 ONIJ ROW 1 Myers, L, Champion, B, Rose, D, Kaufman, N, Snyder, F, King, T. Higbee, THIRD ROW: G. Neutz, N. Patter- M lrrm Coach W, Kelly, Coach H. Kelley, R, Thomas, L. Huss. DEVEl0P FIGHTING TEAMS Uncler their new coach, Harry Kelley, the Eagles enioyed a success- ful season, the varsity wi nning I7 games against 6 defeats, whilethe re- serve won T9 and lost 2. The Eagles won the Steuben Coun- ty Tournament, but were defeated by a strong Angola team in the Holiday Tourney. In the sectional Fremont de- feated Ch u r u b u s co but were then eliminated by Ga rrett . The reserve team won their County Tourneyas well as the Corner Conference title. Only 2 members ot the varsity were underclassmen, but the Eagles had a strong second team. Outlook for next year? Inexperienced teamat the outset ofthe season, veterans at the end and another great Eagle teaml Whatelse? T93 LuAnn Pifer fs.- ,N L.,,,,, ' f 9 Corlo A Foss v1.1,,. . v lsr, T ' Q 'VU TOP ROW, L, TO R,g L. Champion, L, Penner, R, Wells, D, Kaufman, F, Nidor, R, Fisher, C, Schaeffer, SECOND ROW: G, Neutz, N, Patterson, D, Sattison, T, Higbee, L, Bressler, Mr. Kelley. THIRD ROW:J, Northam, G, Way, L. Huss, R. Thomas, F, Parrish, TIP IT IN! GET THAT BALL! INTRAMURAIS The Intramural program has been quite successful this year, two games being played each week. The captains were chosen from Freshmen and Sophomore boys, but boys in all four grades in high school participated. The referees were picked from the first and second team boys. The boys gained valuable ex- perience from this work. Keen competition and much fun was enioyed by all those who participated and everyone is looking forward to intramurals next year. I , , 4 ' V P HM. 1.141 , W 5 4 , A . n ,.,,, , ' A - W . ,.,. ,. Mm. iqafkyl. fw. wif vw fy JM N A M .2 f gr'5f,QJAfsg-,ASSE - V Amgfiir, , V ' - I ,,,,g,.fi?:wf,g. MQ, ' ' Ag , X. ,.,, ,i L , A M S ,'fms'm' fgwfu N , -.,, - " 5 fb li - A H if Q: FQ I 55 .v 1 ef' A mia Aif22a4,3 - r i-,.., In L. M95 5. I , X an - . 1- 5. , A f-was L Q 1 zfzv Kg-Mc' S? Q -ii? ,, . qighp 5, , wma -.Q if E K x mf I 4, izz :rx , , . j WHO GOT THAT SCORE" L E T T E R The members of this club have earned lettersin baseball, basketball, trackor cross country. Nine seniors, one junior and three sophomores make up the present club. Officers were elected for two yearswith Ronnie Beams as president, Rex Ehrhart, . l ll l I 1 ,Af fix f' - l f b BULL SESSION M E N vice-president, Alan Sidel, secretary, urer and LaVern Bressler, reporter. The aim of the Letterman's club promote good sportsmanship in school, community and in future life. fl'eGS" is to in the L, TO R,, TOP ROW: Mr. Kelley, coachg Tom Jordan, managerg Larry Fenner, LeRoy Huss, Bruce Foster, Wendell Cooper, Ronnie Follett, Rex Ehrhart, Alan Sidel, BOTTOM ROW: LaVern Bressler, Richard McMurray, David Harding Edward Sevits, Jerry Beams, David Foster, Ronnie Beams, GRADES As we climb the hill from childhood to adolescence, the pattern of our lives is set by the natural beauty in which we live. Watching with awe and admiration the activities of thosein high school we look ahead and dream of our futures and that of the school. F :A .- . ? 'h'1'Tff'f'i. '51 Lf' q.' ve.-M Y .,,, 'Ng -M 1 1.1. . . QA ', my .P wx 7, V ' xxx. my . x .7 "x 1 if xx A 'D I Y , I Q' lrxl' .Q Q'-1lm'b' C Q W V , I I. V L . 'C' - is - 0,1 . 4 Q, 'st' S1 fhbungl lf, 1 0 I '-.A I g': .. ff. f' --"gi, QV" Vs I 1 ' nrt . , 4' "" 'r'oq- ' . an a 01.022 '31 . . '15 , vi, ' W , A , ' LM' 'hx A XX ' 1,. 1 X , g . :fa .. 3 ' l ' ' ' , X4 X fax ' , 1 ' N il 4,1 ,X J. I . ff 0. 'x JUNE CHASEY Oxford College Oxford, Ohio Butler, University Indianapolis, Indiana lst Grade GRADE GLADYS AX B, S, Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois 2nd and 3rd Grade MARIE SCHMIEGE B. S. Hillsdale College Hillsdale, Michigan 4th Grade EDNA EHRHART B. S. Oklahoma A and M Stillwater, Oklahoma 6th Grade RUTH PIFER Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Tri-State College Angola, Indiana 2nd Grade 60 .. .wma it FACULTY THELMA NILSON Tri-State College Angola, Indiana Ball State Extension Muncie, Indiana 3rd Grade GWEN COTNER St. Francis College for Women Ft. Wayne, Indiana 5th and 6th Grade 6' v' PANSY ANSPAUGH B. S. Manchester College North Manchester, Indiana 5th Grade BERNADINE GALIMBERTI B. S. Pennsylvania State University State College, Pennsylvania Grade Musicg High School Chorusg Junior Class Sponsor .... r"S fn' - 0 GRACE OBERLIN B.S. Indiana University Bloomington, lndiana lst Grade ix ' av 61 'X . alll i ab'-avid' 'D' L' 'L S r 'H J "f3"v , at fam F ' fs. . - 'X f . A v- 1- ff ft -f' i,... 'sf' ,,.., ,Wi ,Q . f thai I 'K IM sf 3 DMX 1 Q 'Rf ,. S f A 1 I f" 1F-A J' ff ,S S A V , Q 'Ut V V . -F ao. ' ia 33-an q. I 0-,Q i A vp. I r :IH Q. .- is in S' Q X Y H ' We--Q ' fi fa T A L s , Q S X V v ' xy , . i 1 ,Q P A Arg 1 X ' .El 5 X AQ- "' X , ,Q M , , - f-L , , ,L if L. - 5' ':.-1, v-'- Y 1 'rms' E 574' YL?" b 'YI' 'N' l F , ft ' , , fr t J 1 . 32:-:U ' I - ., :Q U K 1 .. N- I J L 'F , 5 If if S ya. S- .. J ' S- LL ... F' -. X 1- X 4?-f I -if I x.,,4 fl, Y 1 ' AI fl 'rr' ,qgp l 5 J I 4I""'ll 91 1: ,,F, ' 1!"'v ' ,Q,f 3' J FIRST ROW, L, TO R.: Blaine Caywood, Elizabeth Williams, Jerry Foster, Barbara Gilchrist, Jim Penner, Roberta Rosebrock, Bud Norton, Becky Hassett, Lanny Huss. SECOND ROW, Audrey Wilkins, Roger Barry, Brenda Schaeffer, John Kuntz, Beverly Mills, Dennis Hook, Mary Ann Nichols, Daryle Snyder, Veronica Kiser. THIRD ROW: Gary Strong, Diane Neeley, Wayne Van Auken, Diann Lamminen, John Crawford, Barbara Pennell, Roger Foss, Sharon Smart, Dale Champion. FOURTH ROW: Marylu Mounts, Jerry Lantz, Jean Noyes, Ben Chapin, Ruth Ann Smith, Gene Neeley, Cora Vee Roberts, Bobby Hills, Shirley Petras. FIFTH ROW: Jim Parker, Sharon Strong, Kenneth Parshall, Anna Louise Walbolt, Pat Mundy, Lois Gleason. EIGHTH GRADE L. TO R., Jean Noyes, Secretary and Treasurer, Pat Mundy, Vice President, Sharon Smart, Student Council, Roger Foss, Student Council, Roger Barry, President. 'CW' 1, 4- 4, gf, V -.Q ' Q4 -1-4' I I '52 - ' ' 'v S ' " fi. l I I X K .ll . F 'Du 1 ,vm pt at 5' 'Q '5 v hi -- -4 .L f f 'P' fx- '. V I I 7 Ki 4 l X N . M 4.0: ,Y 8 R 4, X T' .Y 'J 1 ' 5 I . , ' 1 ' fs . I Q 13 ,., .., T' 9 , .t ,P - 1 J f ': 1 1.3 F ff. nh. ' 'D y Q' "" ' ts' J - J L , 1 ' i V - .fn N. FIRST ROW, l,. TO R.: Kenneth Smith, Sondra Follett, James Knauss, Judy Noragon, Franklin Bradley, Barbara Wheaton, Gary Weicht, Carroll Whitesides, Fred Smith. SECOND ROW: .loycc Hantz, Archie Black, Eunice Nichols, Roger Baker, Joyce Cook, Herman Nceley, Nancy Huss, Robert Baker, Virginia Melchi. THIRD ROW: Richard Shutts, Frieda Najm, Earl McNaughton, Alice Peterson, Thomas Gardiner, Rosalynn Schaeffer, Court Jarrett, Mary Najnt, Charles Bolen. FOURTH ROW: Julie Ilippcn- steele, Philip Straw, Jeannette Luke, Joe Neeley, Nancy White, Terry Carpenter, Shiela Sidel, Roger Cobb, Marilyn Hardy. FIFTH ROW: Ronnie Cornell, Lorna Sellers, Jerry Morgan, Barbara Gary, Jerry Rakestraw, Dennille Donkey, Richard Sierer, Darlene Brown, LaVon Arnold. SEVENTH GRADE L. TO R. : Judy Noragon, President, Loma Sellers, Student Coun- cil, Charles Bolen, Vice President, Joyce Cook, Secretary and Treasurer, Richard Shutts, Reporter, James Knauss, Student Council. . sq: ,. Q ..- lm kYfi J X 'Y wr-P' 'Hs I T",, G' T759 5 , I - , 4 X - x g IQLSSY7 y - K :x:, .gay Qiky-'f,fjlf -r' 4 S, , a':r.ffl:::':f X ,:s,k7.Ag X if Y' 1-s ps cu ' in Q-X TT? P. my ' N T? -er? 1-U-Q , "W 'ns -tx' Ki 3 'I 9- L' Q. it-wr 5 get W- J-1 'UU' 'Y 4 , EFL : - X Xmas - 17 KY Q L 1 C un i Us i " ' 1 S A seg, AK A, N "" A . y FIRST ROW, L. TO R.: Marvin Burrell, Marilyn McMurray, Vance Kiser, Judy Crawford, Greg Barry, Sharon Keith, Roger Fenstermaker, Louise Churgo. SECOND ROWgBarbara Hufnagle, Tommy Cham- pion, Barbara Brown, James Laughlin, Nancye Clay, Lewis Hufnagle, Vera Black, Russell Bird. THIRD ROW: Estle Landis, Judy Gilchrist, Clayton Cobb, Deanna Kinsey, I. C. Hassett, Judy Gary, Paul Strong, Darlene Knauss. FOURTH ROW: Kay Latier, Richard Fisher, June Caywood, Gerald Gardiner, Donald Cornell, Henry DeLong, Alleh Leland, Walter Mills. FIFTH ROW: Michael McMurray, Rich- ard Emerick. SIXTH GRADE School can be fun with Mrs. Ehrhart. ,r L." '. - 'h' 'L R S X :W . 1 vii' 6 ff sis- -El 55' 5 :. .x it ' Mx T "FW-'3"'1. 'fb ,I I K C uk ' Sr aiu: Cl' 4,., qw, 0- Q. X "" 'T' 'C' ..- A' 6' I L' -l hi L- , 1 - 15 TN L, " ' Q5 T7 1 V gg , , T 1" 6. Y' 1 fN X ' tai 'I-if xx 1 'x ' U xl LW fu .- 1,21 ' - AH. FIRST ROW, L. TO R. : John Potry, Sue Rarhbun, Phillip Parker, Barbara Walbolt, Phillip Shutts, Alice Parshall, Doyle Ross, Karen Prior. SECOND ROW: Sharon Soulc, Nylc Summcrlott, Judy Shcrburnc, Paul Thomas, Margaret Moeller, Larry Smart, Carolyn Scvits, Duane Wall. THIRD ROW: Ned Salsbury, Billy Zimmerman, Robert Starrett, Barry Shurburnc, Daniel Obcrst, llarric Wilkins, Kcnncrh Schaeffer, Charles Linn. ABSENT: Berry Wiso, Larry Wcichr. 1 l 1 i i i FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE Larry always helps Mrs. Corner, 1 lx at 5, A ,, , M L 0 , W V "N :LA 'uf' -'u- 4,, A J, ' ' 'f ' 'W L ' 'CU' TY .,, ' - J xl. , -J T N X t' ,vi 1. 11242, ' Xli' B all 'VX' l 1' . ' Lall 1 T A 'X S li I ff,t?5'l.Y r 0 I ,N ' F .hi , 4, as '. W 0' lb 'MZ iw' G A 31' ' a., an L L 5- J '- Y 5- as S L V ' a.. , Q ,, Q 1 I -Q "' I "' 'N' wg, Wy ll f r 1 ' ' 0. , I y f H 3 . -.L -f Sq 1 .1 , X xlf- . nay L in T If I en iv' -mx A' -2- 4 .X , 'A 1:17 Q r Y, 9 . 1 All 4-Z . rg v :N 0 Q. iv " , 6 1 is r x V' l' 4 X 1 "Q 5. -' ,r ,. r ri-x L. Q 1 Q I kb S 15-39 - Y:"f Q-v 4. L as, A J L f I V Nz y ,Q V' .felt X' ,Q A,k, gi L: fi,','M I 5. . I 1 lxmin-L J, T i J is in 1 FIRST ROW, L. TO R.:Dona1ld Rhoads, Audrey Lowe, Larry Hall, Joan Hasselt, Thomas Ebejcr, Janet Dcllingcr, Micliacl Pcrrinc, Sharon Miller. SECOND ROW: Alice Foss, Paul Landis, Conniu Nelson, Lee Jacobs, Demaris Myers, 53 1 Michael Balwr, Shirley Hills, James Black. TIIIRD ROW, Jerome Ncwbauer, Sue Laniniinen, William Knauss, Jessie -- llarbaugh, William Fralcy, Sharon Sartison, Willard Bradley, Peggy Gardiner. FOURTH ROW: Sharon Cook, Jeffrey -rv Gay, Dianna Hutchins, Jerry Mocllcr, Richard llantz, Roy Schaeffer, Max Brcssler, Loren Burlingams. FIFTH ROW: Rogcr Kaufmann. FIFTH GRADE llands up! Mrs, Anspaugh. Q , 90 'V Q A 9 i Gly as v- L Q. - us- sh 1-I, Cv vw A 'C' L- ff YS, "' A " ' r fl N , , 3 V K I x .N , X Xb! rx I A K f Q 3 3 . a ' 1 K Q. 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FOURTH ROW: Sharon Thoinas, Ronald Gardiner, Leone McMurray, Wallace Reed, Mary Ann Shlnis, Charles Hall, Palsy Way, Terry Middleton. FIFTH ROW: Philip Sherbnrne, Connie Green, llal Parker, Janice Keith, Max Swinrnerlotl, lean Nllll!llIl8kCl', Karen Loniont. FOllR'I'll GRADE Mrs, Si-hiniege's story llOlll'. .,.,, 'X L. L, " 1' A 1 C I N . 'K CF? ,- wr-1 fxxjj 1 Atx nv U' n P lt., 'r ' f-fi .- 1 .fx R - ly' Ml . .. 1 ' in ' Vgiziis x . , ffl , ' "'r 4 ,,f.x,,,. .s : 9 9 , N . 'Q' 9 1 ' t 1- - A A. ,L 3 as. ,V ,gy gg nm an " Q4 -4 :rs -1, eff sr, L4 - J , J , ' I I . Q . , t A U lt ,K I r I M . J 1 I 5-1, I N an fi 'T ' 'Q Q "" . gf, '56 y K4-' as vgslv 'fn' il I tt' fz..- fu " r. A 8 r 'Ls' v?3g,'-.- ua- I A K 1 , X NX Xllimilm, -. -.-A t. M. f Y X Q . , J --I 1' ' J - 3 V X ' X -' Nl . 1' iff at-fs.: . , I , N f t 'k . AX A i -' 'gl' IW at Q' " I Q .. s , ' j X " 'A-' aa: , " S ' -- r - x , 'Ann Q 'W fm. ' - N ky A 'I' ' .Q , 4. an . A I 0 I am O G. K Q- l A 'S ' qi? 4. - I Af Q , L . 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FOURTH ROW: Judith Melchi, Neil Fenstermaker, Sandra Keith, Robert Moeller, Eileen Black, Rodney Crawford, Parry Lou Gardiner, Michael Huser. FIFTH ROW:Larry Newbauer, Michael Fisher, Michael O'Brlen, Chester Foulk, Joe Gilchrist, Jeffery Green, Roger Hutchins. SECOND GRADE Judy helps Mrs. Pifer. ,.v f 13 ,W ,gi is .'.-- -V v,,,-- - v . ...J - J .3 e I . Y 1' - t., 1- .Qmv L- -inf .k .,, , on 11 1' D I Q Q' X -C33 p I x t-, JAH: 1. mass. .Q N 'Nr -571 0 ji, - X , , W5 ,V w,,,,,,,- E C . ua? O V wiv? da. f.. .- , 12.-7 V,,, -ff 1' A , .fix i xl 'r.L ,J W. 7.0 A sl 'ba S '51 Q A, A ""'l ndvkrf' I 'Wax Q, .K 0' -1' C fL SPA ,...:, Q .ig I--lv L4 ,J funn ' , Y My .1 , V K A p 1 Y pr ' 'Q' L ' Q 'mx' , - ,fl xl ' , N ' . , 1? -R Q, 1 an i .. gg qi' Ahh. I ry? 6 ' mai, 4- 4... ' ,lla ' 5" 4-M, - 5' i "' 'v s-'v A I , 'rr 'mr v .qu , fix? 1 t e ,Q E, ' 4. K ll X ' 1-5 ' X 5 . R I P 1 I I 1 I r .... .ale J i X I 51 ,- FIRST ROW, L. TO R.: Gary Joe Snyder, Frances Salsbury, William Skelton, Anita Wise, Dennis Waters, Donna Wilkins, Jim- my Sommers, Janice Parshall. SECOND ROW: Susan Pence, Phillip Whitaker, Jo Ann Snyder, John Towers, Cynthia Peel, John Walbolt, Gaile Powell, Martin Petrie. THIRD ROW: John Snyder, Roberta Snyder, Stephen Weber, Jackie Sherhurne, David Stanffer, Robert Wise, Richard White, Kenneth Watters. FOURTH ROW: David Sherburne, Steven Wyneken, Art Somers, Richard Spiegel, Grant Powell, Larry Reese, David Smith. SECOND AND THIRD GRADE Writing practice for Mrs. Ax. AMW Q ' ' in A K- A tk-Q: 1 Q as QT,-V -QXA. "4 'Z' ' ""' J ' fx EXT 'S+ J I ,ax 3 Izu' . 'P 4 51: r Hx , ,w f' 1 6 5 , , in 4: , I lr an 0:1 NA." -r .5 A' G- . .L. 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'S I.. 1' - g5i,2Wa.w.' :TQ a"',r A , ,A f n" pf ff: I , x ' V K os. . h h, ,. 5 ' 15 3 HQ, 'N an Y .H f..: I In n K E i W ' I 5 l FIRST ROW, L. TO R.: Jim Moffett, Loretta Fritz, Dennis Michael, Mary Jane Hintz, Tommy Ruhl, Linda Arnold, David Greenawalt, Dale Higbee. SECOND ROW: Linda Huss, David Landis, Barbara l-luss, Tommy Fraley, Marsha Hufnagle, Danny Fansler, Kay Kessler, Terry Nevius. THIRD ROW: Roger Fulton, Peggy Binkley, Lee Fink, Martha Hufnagle, Martha Kay Crandall, Pamela Duncan. Richard Miller, Larry Divine. FOURTH ROW: Leon Bird, Danny Evans, Tommy Hantz. ABSENTgCarl Hall, Carl Harvey. FIRST GRADE Mrs. Oberlin's picture book time. if A 44. Q ' . 2 ' , fs, !..' wg' , , . , any . E . , 5... ing., l ' ' V-'TA ' nl- A Y ""-' um E f- asa, ss' v,'1n.,..f' if. ' I 4 - my wo-ns.. ,X QKRENU Qs, 12" .' ., I I . r ,F Eu, ., . J .5 V. A., -N.. , H 6 A 'ri 1 . ,l 'Xi-A: K ae-ef' .. Ti fp," ' . ,Ln .... -":. - " is -Ins. qi' WE 'ba TOP ROW, L. TO R.: G. Gardiner, R. Barry, M. McMurray, R Foss, B. Norton, W. Van Auken, A. Black, R. Baker, J. Crxiw ford, J. Foster, L, Hall, Mr. Kelly. SECOND ROW, L. TO R.: J Black, P. Thomas, R. Fisher, I. Knanss, J. Rakcstraw, R. Shutrs C. Bolen, E. McNaughton, J, C. Hassett, G. Barry, W. Mills L. Jacobs. THIRD ROW: R. Baker, J. Ncwbauer, B. Knanss, K Parshall, J. Moeller, V. Kiser, P. Landis, P. Landis, M. Bress ler, L. Smart. LITTLE LEAGUERS Grade baseball had asuccessful season under the guidance of Bill Kelly. Thirty boys partic- ipated and of these, only three were old timers-- Roger Barry, John Crawford, and Roger Foss. Their game record was 3 won, 2 lost. The group won the northern division title. . wxfutft AJ .f N Q ABOVE: Norton Slides Home. BELOW: You're Out! ,Lk J 'Q n 1 Ln. ZA M JJ 5 y f' ,H V 9 . f , , , ' ' X591 '. .19 ' ' it Lmlagfs Y ' in If-sfivghz ,Q ,K-,fmgm -- M14. Mi , M55 . 5 Q . , ,- WT f 4 ffifa ig, fi: as Q , 'X . C ' .an Y 2 -- FS? V . 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I ' E "5 I Um 5-5 iam' ' K u 'Said' KEYES' BARBER SHOP COZY CORNER Bill KeYe5 Bob Kni5e'Y Good Food Fine Hospitality Fremont, Indiana Phone 2702 Fremont, Indiana GAYS SUPER MARKET Fancy Groceries Fremont, Indiana Quality Meats Phone 2415 Comp I i ments of STEUBEN COUNTY FARM BUREAU C0-OP Fremont, Indiana Phone 2435 SNYDER HOME SUPPLY Westinghouse Skelgas Culligan Water Softner Fremont, Indiana Phone 2025 EIIKMAN'S DEPARTMENT S'I'0IIE Dry Goods Ready-To-Wear Shoes Fremont, Indiana Phone 2225 ESTROY'S GRILL FREMONT SAWMILL Friendly Atmosphere Good Food Proprietor Ernest Pence Fremont, Indiana Fremont, Indiana Phone 3715 BEAMS FURNITURE C0mP"m'S of ANB oMco PLASTIC MOLD FUNERAL SERVICE Division Cvermyer Mold Company, Inc FTBITIOHT, lf'ldiCIl'1C PhOr'le Fremont, Indiqnq E. li. MUNAUGTUN 82 BEST WISHES SENIORS JARRARD'S MEN'S WEAR Featuring Arrow Shirts--Jarman Shoes--Paris Belts Jantzen Swimwear--Men's 8. Ladies Clotlwcraft Suits Angola, Indiana Plnone I97 'Inf S i ' -is . . T' -.w , KEEP THAT SMILE Fremont Students Sample Sunrise Chocolate ITIS THE BEST TRADEMARK A Complete Line of Grade A Dairy Products SUNRISE DAIRY Angola, Indiana Phone 426 MOELLER'S DAIRY BAR Pigs Dinners - Lunches - Finest Hamburgers Delicious Rochester Root Beer Dairy Products Fremont, Indiana Phone 4225 STROCICS Finest For MENS 8. BOYS WEAR Mayfield 4-Star Clothing - Champ Hats VanHeusen Shirts - Cresco Sportswear Tom Sawyer Boys Wear - Swank Jewelry Angola, Indiana Phone 129 Congratulations to the POLLY PIGTAILS CLUB and to their sponsor Mrs. Myers :N A I 1 Q f ol J x O ,rx Ax vsc I I i I " 11 nfs! May This Space Bring You The Good Luck You Are T rying To Bestow Upon Those Less Fortunate Kenny Cook Phone 4184 Vestula Sand and Gravel Fremont HlLLMAN'S Fine china, glass, and gifts H7 West Jefferson Street Fort Wayne, Indiana Lippincott's Drug Store Lois Greenamyer's School Supplies Mitchell Lumber Company Mundy's Phillips 66 Service North Wayne Grocery Norton's Radio and TV Ransburg Department Store Rogers Drug Store R. O. Snook -- O. D. Sandy's Drive In Star Television Sales and Service Steuben County Insurance Association Sunset Cafe Tuttle's Jewelry Vaughn's Dry Cleaners Weatherhead Company Wilder and King Furniture White's Live and Dressed Poultry W. R. and S. F. Aldrich -- D. D. S W. R. Thomas Store YEARIOOKS rnnvui ,I um I 5' 7 I .. ' "Y s .G Hu . . 3 ff -Q, X f 3' fi ..j 1 ' i V' .new 1 ' Q 5. s..3:li.'?,-.'f'f X tv' L" -, xl"' I 53: B K 1 , LJ ,' , -- . 6 I M. . P 1-. 1 at rl -W, sh- ' - if Mm 4 gf. 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