Fremont High School - Vistula Yearbook (Fremont, IN)

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. in THE VISTULA 'I957 UL The ringing of the school bell is a Familiar sound to the citizens of Fremont. A new day is beginning, a day of learning, challenge, and enioyment to the students of Fremont High School. This bell serves as an alarm clock to awaken the seniors in time For their first period classes, it re- minds the underclassmen that they have only two minutes until their next class, and that there isn 't time to loiter, it tells the basketball fans that it is time for a pep session, and the bell rings to let the students know it is the close of another day. It is now time for the faculty and students to hurry home and prepare for an exam, for a dance or contest, play practice, a chili supper or a ball game. Yes, this bell shall long ring in the teen-ager'sfmemories after their high school years. , lt' is the bell that keeps F.H.S. on the gol TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening Section ..... 4-'l 5 Activities . . . 16-37 Sports . . . 38-53 People .... . 54-86 Advertisements . . . 87-101 y in-Mi RF! s 1 J ,U m :Q- ?.q Eh 1' Q Af" 1 5 we? : . gm FEA: I-5'7i5'b. 34225452 K lbffj Q ff? A :sf E 4 'K' ifag: K E 1. i 5 K . 3 . 55' - af gg 5. is if A za I Y L 5 . 2 mg 4 3. Q f if ,X , 'S-1 '4 SM fi J 'I - if , -. V' 59' ,gf 5 ga' ff' 1 1,41 waex , .,.? , U , A W m X-M X 1 1 x -'KN 5--Ex 'N 1 eg X Y' W., '.,,,.l- 'mf 5 . ,E iii 5, ',,.V1-K-iw-W -WA M DX xx 2 N 1 X I fm , s., ,-f.mwa12??'fw, , f ' f' V . N A . , . ,wayggrk , 1 Q fmwwf. M Q M Skyv xl . ,Gd 'N 'wlfk n '- M' X ' 7 g V ' P-'ww Q- f ' xuuw .ig .wq:?35wfjk 1 A QQ A ,Lama , 1-,fx ,.v,.f,V! f ' N Q A . fry 4 5 ' , gfiiglsii n 'V ' -123 ' xv :wi , fa' W! '1H2i3?E?- X Q awry f 755' 323sj,f K ff ,Z-fi, K g f 5 .W viz.. W ' x - K .f-'K - A Q . 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Caywood recrtes 1n Sophomore English class which is instructed by Mrs, Reed, Mrs, Myers exammes homework rn Freshman English classg as J Fergeson and B Baker watch A humorous solution for a U,S, Government problem is considered by L. Pifer, Mr, Kelley, and R. Ehrhart, l printing the five W' .... l?lQL1?'f1?Zi5SL?! SSff 3i xi. 11133 his i 3E-Ei IlMll5v1H Q?ia-IMTBEiE?i5?'LiSX?.fil.GE 5 A55525 5 5' 22.L,i 5 'ww sEcoND YEAR TYPING STUDENTS: L. Hooky, C. M Walbolt. M. Champlon, G. Chapm, and I. Foster brouse through hbrary books N. White and S. Follett demonstrate elbow stand while the tumbling class watches. Th "Bug," play rehearsals, D. Stattison and W. Knotec work on farm project in shop. W -.. 7 Ex ccmteens, pep sessions V SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS P. Mitchell, S. Sidel, L. Sellers, B. Gilchrist lead a yell at a pep session. Contests an l s ocmcl kept Jumor canteen managers dlscuss methods to mcrease sales. S. Opdyke J. Northam, B. Noyes, M. Champion, E. Ransburg, W. Knotec. A- FHS On ' 1 0 Mrs Lan le drscusses the da s dunes w1th the student ce asslstants, I Crooks G Barron, J. Starrett, and V f 2-:sa an 1 1 M szfr isSf!9g5fQffssf4f1sffr5fsrsgvigrx? sszsj Wg, 45,95 .gz.f4z,fs,z.zWt,,rs,s,s.w.ss Q Ws,5g,,MM.,.rg,r ,Mgr rw rw: srfaxfrwfwssssz sw:-wfs1,-ffwszsw1, sv Maw .fZ,sK,:wrAsa-fz,,.f7,.w sssrssrgzifwrz-gwifMgrfrzfwq-warg sg , mgssfgszsfisefsv,-:viig5fr?32j9i2'qff,J,gxggg,sL1 ni k 255115152-isimfefgggsissaeiisgis:9S?,fff,,w:Q::s uw, rw?Ssi'wv.s" ft vw Ss?93?rs2f1iM?ui'f-sg rf' L' Ui i 1 2' ' i xi Sf 1 ffSiEiiai1l:3'filK,l ws, fs sz f- o Marchmg band members leave hats and mstrument cases on the bleachers durmg practxce sessron J., Q iv' 2. .Z ,I 4, ' ' Q Qs' vm 63593 Jane? ff. 32'- , ,gH.g,iQp,5:- ,kfy :gg -ff.. mmf-1+:1m,mmuwwv,-f:-1:,- .V SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Barron, S. Berry, P. Lomont, L, Pifer, A. Sidel, C. Schaeffer, C. Walbolt, T. Jordan. STANDING: P. Knotek, J. Rosebrock, I. Lytel, R. Northam, D. Olney, S. Smith, N. Mencer, B. Gilchrist, H. Stroh, M. Foss, L. Bressler, J. M. Burrell, "Curtain Going Up" Junior Class Play CAST Miss Irene Burgess, S. Berry, Lorry Fuller, B. Gilchrist, Nancy Leveridge, M. Foss, Miss Carolyn Moran, P. Lomontg Miss Henrietta Rivers, M. Burrell, Elsie Hunter, L, Piferg Sylvia Moore, S. Smith, Janet Young, Carol Walboltg Joan White, Janet Rosebrock, Kyle Roberts, R. Northam, Mr. Norman Carter, H. Strohg Andy Fullbright, A, Siclelg Jocko Guthrie, 'G-,, EY J. Langleyg Milt Sanders, L. Bresslerg Buck O'l-lara, J. Lytelg Mr. Tony Peterson, T. Jordan, Mr. Richard Leveridge, C, Schaeffer. 4 I 'K Yfx Mrs. Olson puts final touches to Tom Jordan's make-up. 5?xl.r Miss. v .Psy 5, View , xgfi. B A I ' Rift XL-' I 'vs 're zgri ' Juniors in the final performance of "Curtain Going Up", .1Q,5f2j5575f5 IVSS? ifiif-lf' LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Lytel, B. Gilchrist, A. Sidel, S. Smith, V "Oh no, the dueling pistols! " wails B. Gilchrist as the rest of L. Prfer, J. Rosebrock, L. Bremer, M. ross, C. Walbolt, S Stii cast stands in awkward silence. LEFT TO RIGHT: C. waiboir, J. Langley. 14 J. Langley, B, Gilchrist, M. Foss, A. Sidel, L. Bressler. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT S Berry P Lomont L Pifer, R Chapin, R. Northam, C. Walbolt, L Bressler STANDING W Van Auken, W Smith, H Stroh M, Foss, B. Gilchrist, T. Jordon, A, Sidel, "Finders Creepers" Senior Class Play CAST Granny, S. Berry, Mrs, Nelson, P. Lomontg Frankie, L. Piferg Mr. Schuster, R. Chapin, Madeline Quigley, R, Northam, Nina, C. Walbolt, Hercules, L. Bresslerg Henry, W. Van Aukeng Claude, W. Smithg Mr. Nelson, H, Stroh, Celeste, M. Foss, Daphne, B. Gilchristg Dr. Brown, T. Jordong Mr. Quigley, A. Sidelg Wilbur, J, Gleasong wait for cues from prompter, D. Olney. B, Gilchrist pulls T, Jordon from hiding place, I. Gleason, L, Bressler, A, Sidel, S, Berry, L, Pifer, W. Smith watch in shocked silence. Activities "Don't Forget about that meeting tonight! " you hear someone yell. "Yeah, l'll be there! " ls the reply. This is heard almost everyday at F. H. S. The students and faculty have worked and planned together in trying to interest more and more people in joining our various clubs and activities. That these organizations are being accepted is proved by the large number of students entering them. The extra-curricular activities help the students to become better acquainted with one another, to develop our own opinions, learn to understand our class- mates, to make lasting friendships, and also to learn to respect other people. Through fun and hard work these club programs will broaden our lives and better prepare us for the future as they keep us, F.H.S. on the go! 4 National Honor Society The importance of scholarship, cit- izenship, leadership, and character should not be overlooked. The students who live up to these rigid standards are eligible for the highest honor which they can receive in high school. This organization is the National Honor Society. The students must attain a B average and be at least a iunior. They must also fill the requirements of good conduct, fine character, and leadership ability shown by their partici- pation in extra-curricular activities. Eighteen members were inducted this year, which proves that the success of the organization is shown by the people in it. TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT R N Patterson A S1de1 R Ehrhart R Wells, D. Kaufman, B. Noves. B. Thomas, H. Stroh I Northam MIDDLE ROW L Hantz L Hook G Chapm J Knauss, M, Burrell, R, Baker. J. Bair, N. Hess. BOTTOM ROW D Ebejer P Lomont M Foss C Walbolt L Plfer J. Landis, B. Gilcnrlst, Quill and Scroll The Quill and Scroll society re- quires its members to be a iournalism student that is either on the Tatler staff, the school newspaper, or the Vistula staff, which is the yearbook. These people must also maintain a B average in their high school subjects. Through this organization, improve ments in both the publications of the newspaper and the yearbook have been made possible. The growing participation in iourn- alism has enabled the Quill and Scroll to enlarge its membership and also to interest more students inthe five Wis. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Gilchrist, G Chapm H Stroh R Ehrhart T Jordan A S1de1 C Schaeffer T Higbee, K. Baker, L. Pifer. MIDDLE ROW P Lantz B Sevxts E Berry N Mencer J Ban I Knauss M Burrell I. Landis, M. Barron, R. Northam, MRS. OLSON BOTTOM ROW M Champ1on B Champion S Berry P Iomont C Walbolt, D.-Ebejer, M. Foss, P. Knotek, D Olney E rw wllillil as f R , , I ff H If T Student Council The student council plays an important part in our school government. Each 'year two students, a boy and a girl, are elected from each of the iunior high and high school classes to represent their class. These people that are elected make up the student council. They meet with Mr. Mertz to decide on various activities relating to their classes. Whenever a student wishes to make a sugges- tion, they may feel free to tell the student coun- cil members of their class. lt is then presented to the rest of the student council and Mr. Mertz for discussion and if found favorable, it isadopted They planned the school christmas exchange and also collected and countedthe ballots for the election of cheerleaders. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Mertz, P. Straw, R. Johnson, C, Bolen, I. Northam, J. Foster, R, Foss, J. Ferguson, T. Carpenter, I. Lytel, B. Norton, W. Van Auken, I. Penner, G. Neely, B. Caywood, C. Jarrett, T, Gardiner, L. Huss, R, Schaeffer, L. Bressler, J, Rakestraw, J. Sonner, R. Sierer, Mr. Duke, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Barkdull, Mrs. Olson, B. Mills, S. Nelson, S. Boore, J. Carpenter, M, Najm, F. Najm, N. Hess, M. Burrell, J. Knauss, M. Mounts, 1. Luke, N. Mencer, J, Noyes, B. Hassett, A, Walbolt, Mrs. Langley, MRS. DUKE, SECONDROW: P, Knotek, J. Schaeffer, J. Cook, D, Olney, J, Noragon, C. Roberts, B, Pennell, B. Bradley, P. Bolen, S. Sonner, M. Nichols, D. Lamminen, E, Nichols, B, Wheaton. BOTTOM ROW: R. Rosebrock, N. Huss, N. White, S. Follett, D. Brown J. Rosebrock, M. Barron, R. Northam, G. Barron, S. Petras. Future Business Leaders of America The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization devoted to teaching boys and girls in high school how to become suc- cessful businessmen and women. The club is now one of the the largest in high school. Among the outstanding events of the years were the annual paper drive, the F. B. L.A. convention, and the initiation of the new members. Each year an award is given in book- keeping to the student with the highest ave- rage for the year was presented to Marilyn Foss. The following citizens were selected as honorary members of the club. They are ' Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Barkdull, Mr. Duke, Mr. Mertz, Mrs. Langley, and Mr. Clark. BACK ROW: D. Lamminen, R. Rosebrock, A, Walbolt, J. Luke, L. Hantz, I, Petre, N. Clay, J, Gary, D, Knauss, D. Hook, L. Kaufman. SECOND ROW: S. Smart, J. Knauss, K, Latier, V. Kiser, B, Gilchrist, P,'Lomont, L. Hook, B. Pennell, S. Brattin, THIRD ROW: J. Noyes, J. Meeks, S, Berry, L. Pifer, B, Hassett, E, Berry, S. Middleton, C. Roberts. FRONT ROW: P, Mundy, B. Gilchrist, B, Gary. Fremont Higl' Band officers and drum majorette examine sweepstakes and first Flute players receiving first place ratings are P. Mundy, B. place trophies awarded the band in the state marching contest. Gilchrist, and B. Gary, L. Pifer, L. Hook, S. Nelson, V. Kiser, and B, Noyes, -M BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Baker, C. Jarrett, B. Noyes, R. Northam, MR, LONG, M. Mounts, J, Rosebrock, L. Bressler, N. Huss, S, Stroh, L, Kuntz, L. Huss. SECOND ROW: B. Hufnagle, J. Gilchrist, C, Sevits, D, Kinsey, D, Carpenter, J, Cook, R. Emerick, E. Nichols, B, Mills, S, Rathbun, R, Freeburn, THIRD ROW: D. Anspaugh, C, Walbolt, P. Mitchell, M. Nichols, S. Sidel, M. Moeller. FRONT ROW: M. Hardy, S. Nelson, D. Ebejer, L. Sellers, 4chooI Bcmcl The lower woodwind instruments are new 'in the band, bass clarinet, Fremont boasts one ol' the finest bass sections, PICTURED ARE L. Hook and B, Pennellg bassoon, S, Brattin, ' C, Jarrett and B. Noyes, High School Chorus Under the capable direction of Mr. Long, the chorus was able to participate in many activities throughout the year. The group participated in the annual Christmas program, the county bands and chorus festival, and the chorus contest. One girl's quartet and one boy's quartet was formed by selecting members from the chorus. Both participated in the music contests, and sang for social functions this year. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Hardy, B. Gilchrist, E. Berry, E. McNaughton, J, Lytel, B, Caywood, B, Norton, J, Penner, D, Kaufman, J, Lantz, V, Bressler, R, Barry, R. Sierer, S, Smart, B. Sievts, M, Barron, MR, LONG, SECONDROW1D, Lamminen, P. Lantz, B, Gary, S. Petras, N. Mencer, S. Nelson, J, Luke, K, Baker, R, Baker, R, Smith, C, Roberts, P, Mundy, B, Hassett, B, Pennel, J, Carpenter, P, Knotek, M. Foss. THIRD ROW: D, Carpenter, J. Cook, N, Huss, J, Norgan, N, Hess, B, Bradley, E, Ransburg, J. Schaeffer, V. Kiser, B. Mills, J. Rosebrock, R. Northam, M. Champion, R. Rosebrock, L, Sellers, Contest Entries The District Solo and Ensemble Contest was held in Fort Wayne again this year. Many students from Fremont participated in vocal and instrumental groups and solos, las well. Those who received a first place rating at District were eligible for the state contest held at Indianapolis. The winners who competed in the State Contest were: Jean Noyes, Becky Hassett, Dian Lamminen, Anna Walbolt, Barbara Gary, Marilyn Hardy, Ruth Ann Smith, Pat Mundy, Barbara Gilchrist, Court Jarrett, Margaret Moeller, Nancy Huss, Lorna Sellers, Joyce Cook, Judy Gary. I The increased number of entries indicates the enthusiasm and interest for music and competition in the school. efvsidigfitt no T ,rrf errs 1 rsssli A clarinet quartet consisting ofA. Walbolt, D. Lamminen, 1. Noyes B. Hassett , received a first in a state contest TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Lamminen, D. Mills, MR. LONG, MIDDLE ROW: I. Keith, K. Lomont, P. Jarrett, M. Shutts, R. Schaeffer, J. Moeller, J, Delinger, B. Zimmerman, D, Rhodes, L. Burlingame, T, Dougherty, BOTTOM ROW: J. Rose, C. Green C. Wells, P, Harbour, S. Cook, B. Walbolt, K. Mitchell, C, Nelson. Junior High Band Intermediate Band TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Shupp, MR. LONG. BOTTOM ROW: S. Thomas, J. Snroh, H, Perras, B, Oser, T. Parker, D. Arnold J. Luke, M. Ehrhart, P. Way, M. Perras, C. Hall, G. Clay, J. Mcgormack, 26 TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C, Wecheser, D, Knauss, C, Nelson, M. Moeller, D, Hufnagle, M, Bressler, T, Campion, R, Fenster- maker, T, Middleton, B, Zimmerman, D, Kinsey, M. McMurray, N. Clay, THIRD ROW: D, Mills. J. Crawford. J, Gilchrist. J, Dilenger, K, Mitchell, C, Sevits, J. Gary, K, Latier, S, Stroh, D, Meyers, K, Prior, C, Southerland, MRS, LATIER, SECOND ROW: P, Jarrett, P, Gardiner, S, Keith, S, Cook, B, Smith, D, Sparks, J, Caywood, C, Green, C, Wells, G. Glassley, P, Harbour, BOTTOM ROW: S, Sattison, S. Lamminen, B. Hufnagle, J, Rose, .K. Lomont, P, Way, Junior High Chorus KATHLEEN LATIER Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana B,P.S.M. MRS, LATIER reheargeg part of the alto section: J. Gary, M, Moeller, K, Latier, C. Sevits Grade Music and J, Gilchrist, 27 TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Gilchrist, S. Smart P. Mundy, L. Pifer, J. Kling, G, Chapin, M, Mounts, K. Baker, J, Meeks, B. Gilchrist, D, Ebejer, MIDDLE ROW: S. Berry, B. Champion, E. Berry, B. Hassett, B. Mills, S. Middleton, P. Lantz, P, Mitchell, J, Carpenter, MRS, CRANDALL BOTTOM ROW:P. Lomont, C. Walbolt, M. Foss, D, Lamminen, A, Walbolt, L. Sellers, S. Sidel, M. Hardy, B. Gary. Tri-Hi-Y The Tri-Hi-Y club was organized at Fremont five years ago, and it has proved to be a success. , The club strives to obtain and extend higher goals of christian character. Mrs. Crandall was chosen as the new sponsor for this year. Several new members participated in the group's activities by serving on vari- ous committees. Among the outstanding activities of the year were the district officers meeting at Fort Wayne, making tray favors for the hospitals and a charm lecture which all girls in high school could attend. o DP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Fisher, W. Van Auken, Wells, T. Jordon, J. Langley, D. Kaufman, W. an Auken, I. Penner, R. Foss, A. Sidel,MR. KELLEY IDDLE ROW: G. Neutz, J, Northam, C, Coler, R, lrhart, J. Lautz, V. Bressler, B. Norton, I. Foster, Chapin, H. Sn-oh. BOTTOM ROW: T. Higbee, J. ikestraw, J, Knauss, E. McNaughton, N. Patterson, Thomas, R. Barry, R, Sierer, J, Kuntz. Hi-Y The Hi-Y club for the year T956-i957 has the largest membership of all years with a total of 33. They held their meet- ings the first and thiril Monday of each month. The purpose of the Hi-Y club is "to reate, maintain, and extend throughout he' state, higher standards of christian character. " Again this year the club held their annual Thanksgiving Dinner and would like to thank exferyone that made it a uccess. They also planned to put up able and post in front of the school, Q ch'ool improvement, patrol at noon in the hall ways, and many more TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Hantz, N, Patterson, D, Hook, A, Sidel, B. Noyes, D. Kaufman, J. Lantz, J. Penner, B. Thomas, H, Stroh, L. Bressler, R, Barry, SECOND ROW: P. Mitchell, B. Hassett, B. Gilchrist, S, Smart, L, Pifer, G, Chapin, L, Hook, K. Baker, M. Mounts, P, Mundy J. Noyes, B. Gi1Ch1'iSt. THIRD ROW: MRS. OLSON, N. Huss, A. Walbolt, B. Champion, E. Berry, B. Mills, S, Berry, D. Ebejer, S. Sidel, L. Sellers, BOTTOM ROW: M. Foss, J. Cook, P, Lantz, D. Lamminen. MASQUE AND GAVEL The Dramatics Club is one of the larger organizations in high school. The club offers instruction in stage setting, make up, and acting, as well as entertainment and enjoyment to its members. This dramatic background which the club provides proves beneficial in the production of class plays. Opening nights, final performances, and curtain calls kept F.H.S. on the go! l 0 it 1 . -trr Q TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Schaeffer, L. Pifer, L. Kaufman, J. Kling, , Bair, M. Morrison, J. Knauss, G. Chapin, M. Mounts, J. Noyes, V. Zaiser, P, Mundy, B. Sevitts, SECOND ROW: B, Champion, P, Mltchell, L, Mills, C, Needles, M. Najm, F, Najm, J. Landis, J. Hantz, L, Loomis, 1. Nichols, D. Brown,MRS. MERTZ.BOTTOM ROW: L. Arnold, M. Hardy, ., Sellers, S, Sidel, C, Walbolt, M, Foss, B. Hassett, D. Lamminen, A, Valbolt, S, Brattin, S. Follet. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The objective of the Girls Athletic Association is to develop better women in future years. The activities for this year included basketball, swimming, volleyball, and bowling. The girls received points for each completed athletic achievement and were awarded accordingly. Good health, physical fitness, and clean competi- tive spirit helped to keep F. H.S. on the go! rdf 2'1- 9: I' 1' TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Petras, R. Smith, J, Crooks, F, Najm, M. Najm, R. Baker, M, Mounts, J. Noyes, J. Kling, J. Hantz, L. Kaufman, MIDDLE ROW:MRS. HEALY, L Arnold, S. Brattin, M. Nichols, D. Lamminen, A. Walbolt B. Hassett, B, Mills, G, Barron, B. Wheaton, N. White, R. Rosebrock. BOTTOM ROW: R. Schaeffer, B. Bradley, C. Roberts, B. Pennell, J. Carpenter, E, Nichols, D, Brown, Future Homemakers of America. "Towards New Horizons", this is the motto of the Future Homemakers of Tomorrow. The main obiectiveof the club is to learn ways to better our lives For the Future. The group sponsored a candy sale which proved to be their largest moneymaking pro- iect of the year. 1 'gsm if i liggllil " . 'v XI: -X , ,K l R Future Farmers of America The Future Farmers of America is sponsored by The boys have participated in many events: pests Mr. Halsey. Training boys to become better farmers contests, land iudging, soil iudging, poultry, dairy, in the future is the purpose of this organization. Gnd crop iudging contests in which they have re- ceived recognition. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Van Auken, L. Fraley, J, Lytell, R. Simpson, W. Knotek, C, Bush, G, Strong, L. Huss, L. Champion, D, Sattison, R. Keith, R, Schaeffer, SECOND ROW: J, Gleason, R, Bird, F, Bradley, E, Hamz, D, Hook, P, Straw, D. Van Meter, R, Shutts, MR. HALSEY.THIRD ROW: 1. Sonner, D.Champion, L, Huss, B. Rose, R. Baker, J, Bice, F, Smith, 33 Y K Y Lettermen TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Foster, R, Foss, J, Penner, W, Van Auken, W, Van Auken, D, Kaufman, R. Wells, J, Lantz, R, Ehrhart, B, Norton,MR. KELLEY. BOTTOM ROW: C. Schaeffer, T, Higbee, A, Sidel, B. Thomas, L. Bressler, N, Patterson, R, Berry, G, Neutz, The Lettermen's Club sponsored refreshments after. several of the home ball games during the season. The players and cheerleaders of the visiting teams were also invited to participate. The officers of the club are: President, La Vern Bresslerp Vice-President, Rex Ehrhartp Secretary and Treasurer, Alan Sidel. REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE MEETS: B. Thomas, G, Neunz CLUB OFFICERS: R. Ehrhart, L, Bressler, A, Sidel. N. Patterson, R, Wells, and D, Kaufman, 34 Safety Patrol Proiection Club The safety patrol is sponsored by Mr. Kelley with The proiection club is sponsored by Mr, Halsey four high school boys, J. Laughlin W. Van Auken, E. Smith, and C. Coler, as assistants. The children which are enrolled in this project are students in the fifth through the eighth grades. Their duty isto patrol the sidewalk crossings to protect the children on their way to and from school This organization is vitally important in order to insure the safety of the students and community citizens. and the training offered is important in teaching high school students how to operate the movie proiector machine. A five week course is required before the students are allowed to run the proiector. A few standards necessary in order to be a member of the club are above average grades, satisfactorily complete the five weeks training, and pass a test given at the end of the course. , ,Y V - - , ,W ,...... ..,...,,h,, Vistulcl Staff The yearbook requires much time and effort. The drawing and writing must be repeated for each page until the book is ready for publication. This year two juniors were added in order to gain ex- perience for next year. Beverly Gilchrist and Dianne Ebeier attended a two week journalism course at Indiana University, which has helped bring new ideas making the i957 Vistula different in style and arrangement from any in previous years. The staff consisted of the followingpeople: Editor-In-Chief. . .... . Beverly Gilchrist Associate Editor. . . .. Gail Chapin Lay Out Editor . . . Mariannette Burrell Assistant Lay Out Editor . . Dianne Ebeier Literary Editor . . . . .Shirley Berry Sports Editor. . . . Hal Stroh Advertising Manager . . . Marilyn Foss Business Manager . . Alan Sidel y y LOWER LEFT, THE VISTULA STAFF: A. Sidel, M. Burrell, M. The Editor-in-Chief of the Vistulag ' Foss, Mrs. Olson, B. Gilchrist, H. Stroh, G. Chapin, S. Berry, B, Gilchrist. and D. Ebejer. LOWER RIGHT: Assistant Editor, G. Chapin designates assign- ments to H, Stroh, M, Burrell, and S. Berry, Tatler Staff Under the capable direction of Mrs. Olson, the Tatler was a success again this year. The Journalism students worked hard to please the student body with the paper, and their efforts proved to be worth while. The Tatler Staff: Editor-in-Chief. . Assistant Editor Art Editor. . News Editor . Feature Editor Sports Editor. Club Editor . Grade Editor. .Tom Jordan . Pat Lomont Julie Landis .Tom Higbee . Jane Bair . Rex Ehrhart Carol Walbolt Lu Anne Pifer Columnist. . . . Bonnie Champion Guest Editor. .Mrs. Olson Business Manager . . Pat Knotek LOWER LEFT: Mrs, Olson and L, Pifer, R, Ehrhart, T. Higbee proof read first issue off the press. LOWER RIGHT, STAFF MEMBERS: C. Walbolt, D. Olney M Barron, and P. Knotek supervise printer T. Higbee's work am -M. 'TEM ' ' Sports "Don't ever fall, and we will boast of you always! " This is the closing refrain of the Fremont school song. It symbolizes the enthusi- asm, team work, sportsman- ship, and self-expression that arises from athletic events. There is nothing like the thrill of a ball game or track meet. Whether it's a close game with only seconds until the final gun, or the opposing baseball team hit another home run, or two members of the track teams tie for first place in the high jump and must compete again. At the sound of the gun one can hear the fans cheering for the winning team. The tournevs, pep sessions, the many trophies, trouble of finding transportation to the basketball games, the season ticket sale, elections for track queen, the celebrations and bon-fires express the spirit of each student. Our great en- thusiasm for sports has kept F.H.S. on the go! N! W I , ' H1 .,.:.g K ff L,k A Y, , ,, In f,,, 3 , ' i . 'W'si 3 ' ,J 3' ,gf f if if Xifffiifgsl lf? l M , ' Q, 1, ' . "'- -4..- MW , fu E A 'W Km' Lf 1 'S . '1 1 523 Q fm Q f 51+ V QQ W 44 ig v ,jaw K --,L+-. , BME 4iif?":' ' V jffxf Z' FIRST ROW: J. Foster, B, Thomas, N. Patterson, H, Stroh, R. Barry. SECOND ROW: G. Neutz, A. Sidel, R. Ehrhart, W. VauAuken, C. Coler, L. Bressler. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kelley, W. VanAuken, R. Wells, C. Bush, R. Fisher, R. Chapin, Mr. Schlosser, EAGLES WIN CHAMPIONSHIPS The fast windup, the varied pitch, the powerful hit, and the long hours of practice started the Eagles off to another successful season. The baseball team won five games out of six this year. In the county tournament the Eagles made a I3 to 0 victory over Salem. For the first time in fourteen years the Eagles won the Corner Conference tourna ment by a score of IO to 2 over Avilla. The pitching staff did an outstanding iob this season Rod Wefils won 5 and lost 0. LaVern Bressler won 4 and lost I. Robert Fisher was the leading batter for the Eagles team-this season, maintaining a .474 average. Alan In each sport a trophy is given to the outstanding athlete. This year Robert Fisher received the trophy in baseball for the highest batting average The outstanding teamwork of each individual player was shown by the long hours of practice, the games they played and won, and the accepted defeats. Team work kept F.H.S. on the gol Y wif f ' 1 Sidel was runner-up with a .405 average. i A , 'I 40 LINE SENIORS La Vern Bressler P, Rex. Ehrhart C Alan Sidel SS Hal Stroh LF Wilbur Van Auken Rex Chapin RF JUNIORS Bob Fisher 3rd B George Neutz RF Neal Patterson LF Rod Wells P, lst B Bob Thomas 2nd B Charles Coler RF Carl Bush lst B SOPHOMORES Roger Barry 2nd B Jerry Foster P, RF UP lst B CF uken, A. Sidel, have a conference in the dug-out. W. Van Auken catches the ball, and A, Sidel is out! 41 l R Eh.hart, L. Bressler, R. Wells, W. Van- 3 ,. ,-rss: if ww 1 QF' -Q JP' ,Af U 8 R WILBUR ' 'Kiwi an V First team scrimmage game: D. Kauhnan, A, Sidel, V. Bressler, B. Thomas, G. Neutz, R, Ehrhart, Get that rebound! A, Sidel, V. Bressler, D. Kaufman, I Langley, R, Ehrhart, B, Thomas. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Norton, W. Van Allken, Wells, D, Kaufman, I. Lanlglegd R. Ehrhart, MR, KELLEY BOTTOM ROW: C. Coler, . Oh, B. Thomas, A. Sidel G. Neutz, V. Bressler, I. Knauss, OPPONENTS Avilla Pleasant Lake Orland Wolcottville Salem Howe Military Butler Metz Hamilton Waterloo Angola Ashley Pleasant Lake Hoagland Metz Riverdale 4-WAY TOUR NEY Garrett Angola COUNTY TOUR NEY Pleasant Lake Metz Orland SECTIONAL TOUR NEY Riverdale Butler Churubusco Garrett THEY 64 37 32 51 27 39 49 35 27 36 59 53 60 65 51 43 64 71 65 34 47 32 53 33 53 JUNIOR VARSITY The Eagles successful season consisted of winning the liberty bell, the dope bucket, county tourney trophy, and the corner con- ference trophy. The boys broke former records this year by losing only two games, the finals ofthe blind tourney and the sectional. This is the first year that Fremont has won all their seasonal games. Rod Wells received the free throw trophy which is given every year to the player with the highest number of free throws. The Junior Varsity team won twelve games and lost eight. With four iuniors on the varsity team, Fre- mont has another good season to look forward to next year. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: MR. KELLEY, B. Baker, W. Knotek. J. Lantz, C, Bush, J. Penner, R. Foss, W. Van Auken, MIDDLE ROW: J. Knauss, L. Huss, I. Ferguson, J. Foster, T. Daugherty, D. Van Meter, C, Coler. BOTTOM ROW: R. Sierer, P. Straw, R. Barry, N. Patterson. I. Rakestraw, E. McNaughton. gaugrw THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Julie Landis, Kathy Baker, Shirley Berry, and Dianne Ebejer. A W , X ,Q , gf , Q .zafvgi E v M. 1 F E' 5 ,,- ll Q W 21 .,sw effectiv hi f-1 . 91 This ngptiiiigatuaqr 4 , 5 2 35 41 e fans. 2 our-5 The? ' Quran Q newmezipnaa, JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ARE Barbara Shexla Sidel, Pat Mltchell and Lorna we nv S 5E.i3L7E5?7S'7234f51'f 'I ,A,. ,,L, . . " , -.1 Hzgg,si,S'1zf,gf,: ziiiswgfj .. .,.L. ., --VW W, in -1 A -my I m y W f s, QSM -If Ju 5295- ,. V a x., -'ff' , ' -gg, .,... sxrfx - f-f. F --px if . if Q., , S - M FLYING EAGLES ARE COUNTY CHAMPS Seconds after the gun went off, the Fremont track team was the winner of the county track meet. The Eagles had five victories and three defeats, includ ing a second in the corner conference meet for the i956 track season. The Eagles, under the supervision of Mr. Kelley, put forth time and effort to complete another successful season. L. Bressler, J. Lantz, R. Ehrharr practice the 500 yard dash. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr, Kelley, E, Wireman, J Lantz R Wells D Kaufman J Langley R Ftsher W Van Auken W Van Auken, SECOND ROW: N. Patterson, B, Thomas, J Peuner, C Coler, R Ehrhart R Foss J Foster FIRST ROW G Neutz, H Stroh, L. Bressler, L. Huss, R. Barry, E, McNaughton Do you want to be a champion? Then work. This is a question and answer that appears in the gymnasium for the benefit of those who are interested in becoming champions. The boys involved with the winning of the trophies in the picture are members of the Lettermen's Club, an organization for those who take an active interest in some phase of athletics, such as baseball, basketball, and track. Yes, work is the key word to success. Realizing this, the boys are willing to sacri- fice time and put forth extra effort to accept challenges, and through experience become and stay champions. The trophies are a symbol of the fighting spirit and determination to come out on top which has always been shown by the students in Fremont High School. Those pictured have been won in the last three years and include the sectional, corner conference, and county tourney. The boys pictured above are all members of the Lettermen's Club, they are, BACK ROW: COACH HARRY KELLEY, C. Bush, R. Ehrhart, R. Wells, D. Kaufman, J. Langley. FRONT ROW: H. Stroh, N. Patterson, B. Thomas, A. Sidel, L. Bressler, G. Neutz, W. Van Auken, T. Higbee. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: MR. SCHLOSSER, D. Anspaugh R Emerick, R. Fisher, G. Barry. BOTTOM ROW: W. M1115 V Kiser, J. Chapin, P. Thomas. JUNIOR HIGH VARSITY OPPONENT Pleasant Lake Flint Auburn Hamilton Butler Metz Orland Angola Salem Angola Riverdale Hamilton Metz Butler Riverdale Orland Garrett Salem Orland THEY 35 IO 40 I7 27 II 25 26 I5 I9 40 33 I4 20 23 36 I9 29 33 TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: MR, SCHLOSSER, T. Gay, D Rhodes, B. Knauss, J. Moeller, BOTTOM ROW: T. Ebejer M, Bressler, L, Smart, D. Hufnagle. JUNIOR HIGH RESERVES The Junior High baskeball team was coached this year by Mr. Schlosser. The first team has worked hard and the en thusiasm the boys have shown this year has helped them to succeed. The second team has shown a remarkable schedule with only four losses through the entire season. U With the driving spirit, co-operation and will to win, the boys have a promising future Junior High Cheerleaders The grade cheerleaders were elected by the sixth grade and the Junior High school. The girls were Kathy Mitchell, Carolyn Sevits, Judy Gary, and Kay Latier. The cheerleaders' costumes consisted of white sweaters, black slacks, and red letters. The yells and chants which the girls lead were effective and boosted the enthusiasm and cheering of the fans. Originality, vitality, and personality of the cheerleaders kept F. H.S.on the go! if' BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Schlosser, J. Moeller, V. Kiser, E, Smith, R, Fisher, D. Anspaugh, G. Barry, B. Knaus. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Bird, T. Ebejer, M, Bressler, W, Mills, L, Smart, J. Chapin, L. Jacobs. gg-HKU GO, EAGLETS, GO! The Eaglets won 3 games and lost i. Fremont won over Scott i2 to 0 and Flint was defeated by the Eaglets I4-l . The Junior High baseball team also won the Northern Division Championship by c 2 to 4 victory over Orland. The Fine attitude ot good sportman- ship, teamwork and team spirit have brought the Eaglets victory, ln future years they will help keep F.H.S. onthe go! R, Fisher slldes into third base as V. Kiser catches the ball 'Shaw 1 ' ,Q if in U ' E .K cw, : L x 4 , 5 FL53553' Wgweii sf .W X eifgizhs '55 92 I E! .f W as rzfggf ,z fy at ill, Wire 9,3-g,v5.+5-5 ?Lli?,ihf'i7 s ,..-- 1 , Mfgjir re. rtiifff-Qt ,-T, my . ,, 2,Q.r1fw,m Administration LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Schaeffer, Clellie Smart, Lovell Moeller, and C. O. Huss composed the advisory board. Advisory Board The advisory board playsan important role in the public schodl system. lt represents the demo cratic organization of Fre mont High School. The responsibilities of formulating olicies, di- recting the financial needs of the school, and approving the school ac- tivities and classes are all o part of their work. The advice and deci- sions of the advisory board helps keep F.H. S. on the go! Mrs. Langley Mr. Mertz Mrs. Langley is important in keeping Fremont The high standards established by Mr. Mertz on the go. Her ability to do a iob well and the have influenced the entire student body at Fre- efficiency with which she performs her duties is mont and the surrounding community as well. His appreciated by everyone. training, experience, and personality has helped keep F. H.S. on the gol W W aw, ':L.i'zi 51 I apt me 55 if .1 ,1 F aliriiif . 56 Cooks Good food, well- balanced meals, and hospitality are essential in keeping everybody on the go. Our cooks have always performed this task well. Sadie Houseman, Cora Mundy, Alice Bretz. Custodians Keeping F.H.S. clean and comfortable is a job that requires long hours of hard work. John and Carl are always available to help. Bus Drivers The responsibilities of the bus drivers are many. Not only do they transport the stu- dents to and from school but they have always given up their own time to drive to basketball games and other school functions away from home. Carl Schaeffer and John Bromagen. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Petras, A. Vaughn, B. Knisely, I. Covell, R, Shutts. FRONT ROW: I. Bromagen, K. Cook, L. Gary, C. Parshall, 57 High School Faculty PAULINE BARKDULL A.B. Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana, Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Typing 1, 2, Shorthand 1, 2, Bookkeeping 2. MARY BURNS A.B. Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville, Georgia, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina Citizenship, Arithmetic. DOROTHY DUKE B.S. Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana Bookkeeping 1, General Business, Physical Education, F.B.L, A. Sponsor. RAYMOND DUKE A.B. Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana Mathematics, School Treasurer. DEAN HALSEY B. S. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana Agriculture, Biology, Junior Sponsor, 4-H Leader, F, F, A, Sponsor. HELEN l-IEALY A.B. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana Home Economics, F. H. A. Sponsor. 58 High School Faculty HARRY KELLEY B. S. Manchester College, North Man- chester, Indiana Physical Education: Government, Drivers Training, High School Coachg Senior Co-Sponsor, Hi-Y Sponsor. HAROLD LONG B.A. Central Normal, Danville, Indianag Indiana University, Bloomington, Indianag Purdue University, Lafeyette, Indiana, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana Band and Chorus Director. HELEN MYERS A,B, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana Englishg Literature, BESSIE OLSON B.A. , M.A. Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute, Indiana History, Social Studiesg Journalism, Liter- ature, Vistula and Tatler Advisor. JOYCE REED B.A. Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indianag Olevit College, Olevit, Indiana Latin, English. NED SCHLOSSER Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Physical Educationg History, Grade Coach, Assistant High School Coach. 59 SHIRLEY IEANNE BERRY ROSALIE IOICE BAKER Irene Byron 35 G,A,A, 1g F,B,L,A, Song Leader 45 F,H,A, 2, Treasurer 1, Song Leader 45 4-H 1: District Solo Contest 1, Accompanist 2, Chorus 1,2,4g Band 1,2g Cheering Block lg Class Play Crew 4. MARY ANN BARRON Scott Center 1,25 F,B,L,A, 3,45 Chorus 4gTat1e1' Staff 41 4-I-I 3,41 Class Play Crew 3,4, Awards: Shorthand 3, Typing 3, Bookkeeping Contest 3, Quill gl Scroll 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1,'2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3g Tatler Staff 31 Vistula Staff 4, Chicagoland 4 Music Festival 1. District Solo Contest 1,2,3, State Twirling Contest l,2,4g District Twirling Contest 1, 2,4g Twirling Ensemble 1,2,3g f Corp Master 4g Class Play Cast 3,4g Masque and o Gavel 3,4, One-act Play 3, Student Director 4g Cheerleader 2,4, Girl's Quartet lg Cheering Block 3: G,A,A, 1, Quill 81 Scroll 4g American 1 7 Legion Essay Contest Winner 3,4, Spanish Con test 1, Award: Typing 4, RICHARD LEE BIRD Projection Club 45 F. H,A, 3,4, Class Play Crew 4g Land Judging 3,45 Livestock Judging 3: Pest Contest 3,4, MERTIN LA VERN BRESSLER Class President 3, Vice-President 2, Student Council President 45 Class Play Cast 3, 4g Tatler Staff 3g Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Boys' Quartet 4g Masque 8a Gavel 1, 2,3,4, One-act Play 1,2,3g Canteen Manager 4, Band 1,2,3,4g Track 1,'2,3,4g Volleyball l,2,3g Cross Country 2,3g Chorus 1,2,4g Vice-President 35 Carnival Assistant 3,45 Lettermen's Club, Reporter 2,3, President 45 American Legion Essay Contest Winner 4: Bookkeeping Contest 3. MARIANNETTE BURRELL G,A,A, 1, Reporter 2,35 Chorus 1,25 National Honor Society 3,45 F.B.L,A, 25 Historian 3,45 Vistula Staff 45 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 45 4-H Reporter 1, Purdue Roundup 15 District Algebra Contest 15 Bookkeeping Contest 4. Awards: Algebra 1, General Science 1, Typing 4, Salutatorian. REX LA MAR CHAPIN Reading 1,25 Pest Contest 35 Land Judging 35 Class Play Crew 3, Cast 45 Hi-Y 3,45 Track 35 Baseball 3,45 Basketball 3. Class of 1957 REX ALAN EHRHART Class President 2, Student Council 15 Hi-Y 3,45 Tatler Staff 3,45 4-H 4, President 3, Judging 25 Quill 8a Scroll 3,45 Class Play Crew 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, President 45 Letter- man's Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 45 Baseball 1, 2,3,45 Cross Country 1, 3,45 Basket- ball l,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Bookkeeping Contest 35 Award: Bookkeeping 3. MAX WAYNE EVERITT Scott Center 1,25 Class Play Crew 3,45 Bookkeeping Contest 3, CHARLES D. COLE Scott Center 1,25 Carnival King 45 Class Play Crew 3,45 Award: Typing 3. .TOHN O. GLEASON Crops Judging 1, 2, Tractor Maintenance 2, Class Play Crew 3, Cast 4, Poultry Judging 1,2,3,4, Livestock Judging 1,2, Land Judging 2.3, F.F,A. 1,2,3,4: 4-H l,2,3. MARILYN KAY FOSS Chorus 1,2,3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, G,A,A, 1,2,3,4, Masque 84 Gavel l,2,3,4, One-Act Play 1,2, Class Play Cast 3,4, Vistula Staff 4, District Solo Contest 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Cheering Block 1,3, Quill 85 Scroll 4, Spanish Contest 2, English Contest 3, Bookkeeping Contest 3, Awards: English 1,2,3, Spanish 2, History 3, Shorthand 3, Librarian 3, Bookkeeping 3, Valedictorian. BEVERLY JEAN GILCHRIST Class Treasurer 1, Quill 8z Scroll 3, Vistula Editor-in-Chief 4, Tatler Staff 3, Band 1,2,4, Secretary 3, Chorus 1,2,3, Tri- Hi-Y 1,2, Secretary 3, President 4, Masque 8a Gavel, Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, President 3, Vice-President 4, One Act Play 1, 2,3, Student Director 3, 4, Journalism Institute 3, Class Play Cast 3, 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Canteen Manager 3, Sanitation Essay Contest Winner 3, Cheering Block 1, English Contest 4, Awards: English 1 , 3. Class of 1957 TOMMY JOE HIGBEE Class Play Crew 3,4, Tatler Staff 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Hi-Y 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Track l,2, 3,4, Award: Bookkeeping 3. THOMAS I. JORDAN Class President 4, Projection Club 4, Intramurals 1,2, Hi-Y 4, Chorus 2, Tatler Staff 3, Editor- in-Chief 4, Basketball Manager 1,2, 3, Class Play Cast 3,4, Quill 8, Scroll 3,4, Awards: Typing 3,4. PATRICIA ANN KNOTEK Scott Center 1,25 F,B,L,A, 3,45 Tatler Staff 45 Chorus 45 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 45 Awards: Typing 3, Shorthand 3, Bookkeeping 3. JAMES NELSON LANGLEY Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 District Solo Contest 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2,45 Cross Country 45 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 45 Chorus 1,2,35 Science Contest 35 Awards: Band 1, Typing 3. Ckms of 1957 JAMES W, LYTEL Butler 1, Bronson 25 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 4g F,F.A. 3,45 Pest Contest 3,45 Land Judging 3,41 Cheering Block 45 Chorus 3,45 F.B,L,A, NONA DUANNE MENCER Class Play Cast 3, Crew 45 Chorus 1,3,45 Cheering Block 1,35 F,B,L,A, 2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN LOMONT Class Vice-President 3, Student Council 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Vice-President 45 Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,35 Masque Sc Gavel 1,25 Tatler Staff 3, Associate Editor 45 Quill 8: Scroll 3,45 Class Play Cast 3, 4: National Honor Society 3,45 Cheering Block lg English Contest 45 Awards: English 1, Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. 4. DARLENE JUNE OLNEY Coldwater 1, Class Treasurer 35 Assistant Tatler Staff 3,41 F.B,L,A, 45 Marshall 2, SONIA LEE NELSON Class Secretary 15 G,A,A, 15 F,B,L,A. 4, Secretary 25 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 4: 4-H 1,45 District Solo Contest 2,3,45 Cheering Block 1,25 Gir1's Quartet 1,2,35 Masque Xa Gavel 25 Awards: Shorthand 3. RUTH ANNE NORTHAM Class Secretary 4, Student Council 2, 35 Tri- Hi-Y 15 F,B,L,A, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 G,A.A, 1,25 Masque 8: Gavel 1, One-Act Play 2: Tatler Staff 45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Canteen Manager 35 District Solo Contest 1,2,35 Cheering Block 15 Chorus 1. 2,3,45 Girl's Quartet l,2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 Gi.rl's State 35 Awards: Typing 1, Shorthand 3, Book- keeninz 3. Ckms Canteen Manager 35 Class Play Crew 35 Cast 45 D f President 35 F. H,A, 25 Awards: Shorthand 3, Bookkeeping 3. 1957 DARRELL LA MAR PENICK Scott Center 1,25 Class Play.Crew 3, 4. LU ANNE PIFER Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 G.A,A, 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 Masque 8: Gavel 1, 2,3,45 Band 1,2, Drum Majorette 3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 ' Tatler Staff 3,45 Cheerleader 25 Cheering Block 1,45 Assistant Canteen Manager 35 Class Play Cast 3,45 Quill SL Scroll 3,45 National Honor Society 45 Twirling'Contest 1,2 State Twirling Contest 1,25 Chicagoland .4 Music Festival 15 Vocal Contest 2: Award: Short- -hand 3. JAMES A. RATHBUN Class Play Cast 3,45 Pest Contest 25 Award: Bookkeeping 3, ROCHELLE ANN RETTINGER Plymouth 1,2,3. Class of 1957 CHARLES E. SCI-IAEFFER Basketball 25 Intramurals 2,3,45 Track 45 Masque SL Gavel 25 4-H 1,35 Tatler Staff 45 Pest Contest 2,3,45 Class Play Cast 35 Letterman's Club 3,45 Projection Club 45 Awards: Magazine Salesman ship 3, Typing 4. RAMON G. SCIIAEFFER Crop Judging Team 2,35 Pest Contest 2,3,45 F.B.L.A, 3,45 F.F.A. 2,3,45 Cheering Block 15 Class Play Crew 3,4, JANET GRACE ROSEBROCK Masque 8a Gavel 1,25 G,A,A, 1,25 F,B,L,A, 2 Marshall 3, Secretary 45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45Cvi1'1'S Quartet 1,2,35 Cheering Block 1,35 Solo Contest 2,35 Class Play Cast 35 Award Shorthand 3. ALAN WAYNE SIDEL Class Secretary 3, Student Council 25 Class Play Cast 3, 45 Canteen Manager 45 Baseball 1,2, 3,45 Cross Country 2,35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 4-H 1, Vice-President 25 Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2, 3, Presi- dent 45 Masque Sr Gavel 45 Boy's State 35 Quill 84 Scroll 3, 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Letterman's Club 1, 2,35 Vice-President 45 Tatler Staff 35 Vistula Staff 45 Algebra Contest 15 English Contest 35 American Legion Essay Contest Winner 35 Awards: Algebra 1, General Science 1, Biology 2, Typing 2, English 3. SHARON ANNE SMITH Class Vice-President 1,45 G,A,A, 1,25 F,B,L,A 2, Reporter 35 Masque 8a Gavel 15 Carnival Queen 3,45 Track Attendant 35 Queen of Lake Candidate 35 Class Play Cast 3, Crew 45 Band 1,2,35 District Solo Contest 2,35 Chorus 1,2,35 Cheering Block 35 Girl's Quartet 1, 2,35 Awards: Typing 2, Shorthand 3, Bookkeeping 3. WILLARD DEWITT SMITH Class Play Crew 3, Cast 45 F,F.A, 1,2, Vice- President 35 Pest Contest 1, 2,3, 45 Poultry Judging 1, 2, 35 Projection Club 4. HAL MILLER STROH Scott Center 1,25 Class Treasurer 4, Student Council 35 Boy's State 35 Hi-Y 3, Secretary 45 Masque 8: Gavel 45 One-Act Play 45 Vistula Staff 45 Class Play Cast 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Basketball 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Track 35 Cross Country 3,45 Quill 8s Scroll 45 Awards: Typing 3, Bookkeeping 3. WILBUR JAMES VAN AUKEN Letterrnan's Club 3,45 F.F.A, 3, Sentinel 45 Land Judging 2,3,45 Crop Judging 2, 35 Livestock Judging 3,45 Pest Contest 2,3,45 Class Play Crew 3,45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2, 3,45 Cross Country 2,3,45 Intramurals 1, CAROL JEAN WA LBOLT Student Council 15 Quill 8a Scroll 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3, Secretary 45 G,A,A 1, Secretary 2,3, Treasurer 45 Masque dc Gavel 1,2,35 'Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 Assistant Canteen Manager 35 Tatler Staff 3,45 Class Play Cast 3,45 Track Attendant 35 Cheering Block 15 Saxophone Quartet 35 Award: Bookkeeping 3. TO PLEASE YOU JuNloRs 1.5111 1 1 --,A-- x in ' gr I I ,. 152 1 1' 1 11,5 1 - 4' A 11 511 , 1, 1'1i . 1. 111131' ' rw k J 1 ' ,. ,111 1 ---- , . ,a13::111' ,Q .. 11.1 r wr 551 2 1 11 , 1 '23 , 1.11. .V 1 1 1. 1 1 111:1,. 1 11 1,1523 1 , 1' - 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 11 iii? 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THIRD ROW: Jim Follett, Larry Fraley, Eugene Hantz, Lulu Hantz, Noradell Hess, Lynne Hook, David Hosack, Larry Huss. FOURTH ROW: Dan Kaufman, Russell Kieth, Forrest King, Barbara Kerchner, Jane Knauss, Wenn Knotek, Julie Landis, Peggy Lantz. FIFTH ROW: David McMurray, Janice Meeks, Sondra Middleton, George Neutz, Jerry Northam, Bill Noyes. 68 LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Chapin, Vice-President, L. Hook, Secretary, P. Lantz, Student Council, J. B.ir, Treasurer, R. Wells, President, D. Kaufman, Student Council. X ' O T 75 gi it tnlf nv if 2 t o ef. if li' lg t to SLT' Vtooo ntn, n t at i tt . c mhy' 5 jf he f M T ' ff fa P A ttooz T' . T , n if W' fd , tgtth Y P if 6 S wh 'f PGN!! W, t.t, ,,, TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sharon Opdyke, Frank Parrish, Neal Patterson, Bob Pior, Eleanor Ransburg, Sandra Rathbun, Don Sattison Jeanette Schaeffer. 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G C U Librarian, 7th and 8th Grade English, Tri-I-Ii-Y Sponsor, 7th Grade Sponsor EDNA EHRHART B.S. Oklahoma A and M, Stillwater, Oklahoma. 6th Grade. ALICE MYERS Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Primary License, 3rd Grade. 74 RUTH PIPER Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana, Tri- State College, Angola, Indiana Second Grade. ' GRACE OBERLIN B. S. Indiana University, Blooming- ton, Indiana First Grade, EDITH PoEcocK I Grade Central Michigan College, Mount Pleasant, Michigan First Grade. MARIE SCHMIEGE B. S. Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan Fourth Grade, THELMA TUTTLE Tri-State College Angola, Indiana, Ball State Extension, Muncie, Indiana Third Gfade. 75 LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Barry, Presidentg D. Anspaugh, Vice-Presidentg K. Latier, Student Councilg C. Sevits, Secretary-Treasurerg P. Thomas, Student Council. n'n rr A 1 A 'W' ' -A Q C HQ IA. - at - f ft WX , 'W ' if T? uunz 'H 1 ' n n T r ,mAA . 'F ' 77 .,V-: T S y . 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THIRD ROW: Larry Smart, Sharon Soule, Micheal Perrine, Barbara Walbolt, Cheryl Weckesser, Billy Zimmerman, ' 78 L. Burlingame, President, M. l-Iuser, Student Council, B. Walboolt, Vice-Presidentg S. Cook, Student Council, M. Bressler, Secretary 'E ' - .iff 1-fv'.::4 .: . M E A K- - s w - . S E- k.'. 15 L w , M Q i y I Q .S ,, , 2-1 ,, ,if arms.. ' 4 L an :ggi Egg 'wr M as if 1 i 65, va ,I S 'W . H, . -,max ',-z.m::i.s,, i , "n' " ' , I. 5,, ff, -f,'--Ja, fwfr,-fvli, if -Q 1 T . . 5 rl 7 x P V . ' V if tet. 1 L ff : L B at i 1? 5 , - N,.fwef1,1 g,.i4,,..,,,a,, . , " ki 2 H-Q.. l -rw -my J: it i:.i 5? r ' ., , I' 75 I- 1 . ,W . 1. I U M., ,--Q z , -pr , Q- 'W .i 'L , - , ...nr . S2 f . H , W, ' 'B f I V QM . ef. A-f- ,es , ,g y TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Baker, Russell Bird, Willard Bradley, Max Bressler, Loren Burlingame, Toby Clark, Sharon Cook, janet Dellinger. 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NOT PICTURED: Marty McNeal, Cheryl Micheal, Linda Thomas. 88 w. zfmw. , H G 1 :fag SIS' ,M iigfge 3? Qiiiffwf v-"A, av, , 'E 1- if 2211956 -L ,A4 , 22,32 4 iZ:1'bf4i.1.??:g .1 Wir - . s , ., f ,V , . x fQ "nk ' ff' . 4,4 if .-,. : N "'k M M Q., A., I ' "-A, as Lady L new!-iw-: - a t 'ifa 1s'fw. W : ,X" '..,., 1 , qggvw ' w Q' , 1 nf X V , ,.,,,M iifiifi 2 3' f .HQ .f fZ.A . Angry' .9 gy 4' V' A ,ggi 'Wx - f-7 v W4 5, , ., .gy I '30 SEV , lfmffw fy ' Sw? V ,,, fig- ,fm ,C ' MVP" ,. Ti A ",5.?,'?fg Jai, hi ' 4 av i V Wea. 4 za ' ' 1 3 if 'Q' X . rg, l "'N,,. ,vii K iii R' . A 2544!-ji ' 5 5, M 3 -M-15 ca? ,A 9' ' ig U.. Ywg35E15w5 'F w..,ff' ' 5.54 W! in SG D we V -.sA-.,gwx,-- ,mvfk SN .-e .W W9-ws gf ' . I t . , Q A, M123ijL,3,gQgf,g'1-g ,'fgm f 1 ag?jf'fi,. 7 Q .'fsVf?laf1gA W' My :fr-mfg,-f -Z' '. K' '72 ,ri " 'I' K win ' 1, ssf:"',Igs:,:qE,:ffg.' ii. : Y l Alwoocl Tractor Sales Angola Brick Si Tile Co. Angola Dress Shop Angola Dri-Gas Angola Dry-Cleaners Barry's Greenhouse Beauty Box Berry's Super Service Boots Farm lnsurance up ' U' .n A i I. , ll ' fx.,-'J' - , A an 9 .. . , . " ' " A 0 an er sr rocery Clay's Country Cottage Covell implement Don 's Shell Statiog Dove 's Bakery g Emling Food Company Farm Bureau Insurance Flockg Body Shop Frahm's Marathon Service Fremont Locker Plant Fremont Lumber Co. Gary's Standard Service Gay Barn Gleason 8. Gleason, Attorneys Golden Auto Parts Herfijones , ,,c,i. V. 4 Higbee's WeldingrcShop Hillman China Company Huser Upholstery at Law DOYLE SHOUP Division Parkerson Typewriter Sales Angola, Indiana NORTON'S TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE Portable Television Transister Radios Sylvania with Halo-Light Fremont, Indiana CLARK'S DRUG STQRE EVERYTHING FOR FARM, HOME, AND FAMILY FI'emOr'Il', Indiana Phone 3225 4, io-e 1? Compliments of i HOMER FOUNDRY Coldwater, Michigan FREMONT SAWMILI. Proprietor Ernest Pence Fremont, Indiana Phone 3715 Y THE GAMBLE STORE The Friendly Store Dale C . Pifer Ready to serve you ECKMAN'S DEPARTMENT STCRE Rea Dry G d Fremont, Indiana dy -T o-Wear Sh Ph 2225 Compliments of STEUBEN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS Jacob Insurance Service Angola Ph I p S J h I Ag y A g I Tr State Improv tC A g I Frank A. Watkins Ag y A g I FUNERAL SERVICE Weaver Insur Ag y A g I Fremont Indiana Phone 2915 EI bl In d R I bl Y S E.B. McNc1ughfon FREMONT IMPLEMENT 8K F.B. McNAUGHTON OLDS THE FREMONT HARDWARE E.B. McNcughfon, Owner 5. ri i ,AMW-Q sz M we We g ,,.... Q5 . J :fir 1 A -52 waf51 5GQ2'?f,,5 i MCNAUGHTON OLDS Angola F.B. McNaughton, Owner THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK E.B. McNou9hfonp President Wayne Sidel, Cashier ,. Q-7. GAY'S SUPER MARKET COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY GROCERIES AND QUALITY MEATS FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 24I5 Congratulations To The Class of 1957 BOB AND ETTA REED Best Wishes Class of i957 JOHN SOMMERS Plumbing ancl Heating VISTULA SAND and GRAVEL Fremont, Indiana Phone 4184 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of l957 FREMONT ELEVATOR MOELLER'S DAIRY BAR Pigs Dinners-Lunches-Hamburgers-French Fries Delicious Rochester Root Beer Dairy Products Fremont, Indiana Phone 4225 MOTEL ORIOLE TERRACE On U.S . Highway 27 Mrs. Paul Kennedy, Hostess Fremont, Indiana Phone 3844 MUNDY'S "66" SERVICE Phillips "66" St Lee Tires Batteries 8: Accessories FREMONT EAGLE Compliments of All Makes of Typewriters Omco Plastic Mold Representative DIVISION OVERMYER MOLD COMPANY ADAMS TYPEWRITER AGENCY Fremont, Indiana FREEBURN'S RAY SHEET METAL International Furnaces VIRGIL FREEBURN 8g SONS Ray, Indiana Phone 2078 STROCK'S FRANZ FURNITURE Men and Boys Wear Kinderhook, Michigan Angola, Indiana Phone I29 Phone 4-OF2 Coldwater Compliments of L, G. BALFOUR COMPANY Gerald L. Powell James L. Smock Representatives ,,e,U,,ndm FREMONT STYLE sHoPPE Fremonf, Indiana 99 l Congratulations to Class of "57" Z7""""'f'?P'Y''t"M"W"fif253111-'esiix ffff 1 A ff , 7:51,--'ff'W g N ' N N ll ll ll I N ' l Vl2,,ZiiEeTf'5fjL: 51314 e-ff' 45' x 60' For Loafing Barn, Hay Storage or Multi-use Moriarty Built Pole Buildings We Are Often Imitated But Never Equalled Representative Angola Office Residence Phone 553 Phone-Fremont 3115 GOOD LUCK, SENIORS Remember "For Portraits That Live" lt's Always Cjentnq PHoToGRAPl-nc 300' Randolph Street Angola, lndiana 160 Vistula Advertisers Kinsey Chevrolet-Sales 8g Service Klink Funeral Home Kurly Q Beauty Shop Lakeland Grocery Lauer's Log Cabin Station Lemley's Laundry Liechty's Jewelry Lois Greenamyer-School Supplies Maurice Lomont-Plumbing Millponcl Grocery Neil Doster-Pure Oil Distributer Place's Boats 8. Cottages Pokagon Bottling Works R.C. Snook--Optometrist Ransburg Brother's Inc. Ray Milling Company S.A. Logan 8, Company Sandy's Drive-In Schaeffers Standard Service Snycler's Home Supply The Quinn's Tuttle's Jewelry Vaughn's Dry Cleaning W.R. Thomas Store W.R. 8. S.F. Aldrich--Dentists Walter Forbes-Insurance Wayne Champion-Insurance Weatherheacl Company Webster's Motel Weicht's Funeral Home Wolt's Grocery SENIORS Baker, Rosalie 32, 60 Barron, Mary 14, 21, 60 Berry, Shirley 4, 7, 9, 14, 15, 19, 22, 28, 30, 36, 46, 60, 67 Bird, Richard 58, 60 Bressler, La Vern 8, 11, 14, 15, 20, 21, 23, 25, 29, 30, 34, 40, 41, 42, 48, 66, 94 Burrell, Mariannette 7, 9, 14, 18, 19, 21, 24, 36, 61 Chapin, Rex 9, 15, 40, 42, 61 Cole, Charles 11, 12, 61 Ehrhart, Rex 5, 18, 19, 29, 34, 37, 40, 41, 42, 44, 48, 61 Everitt, Max 61 Foss, Marilyn 14, 15, 18, 19, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 36, 62 Gilchrist, Beverly 7, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22, 28, 30, 36, 62, 67 Gleason, John 11, 15, 33, 62 I-ligbee, Tom 19, 29, 34, 37, 62 Jordan, Thomas 14, 15, 19, 29, 35, 37, 62 Knotek, Patricia 14, 19, 21, 37, 63 Langley, James 6, 14, 29, 43, 44, 48, 63 Lomont, Patricia 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 22, 28, 37, 63 Lytel, James 5, 14, 21, 24, 33, 63 Mencer, Nona 14, 19, 21, 24, 63 Nelson, Sonja 21, 23, 24, 64 Northam, Ruth Anne 9, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23, 24. 64 Olney, Darlene 14, 15, 21, 64 Penick, Darrell 64 Pifer, LuAnn 4, 5, 8, 14, 15, 18, 19, 22, 28, 30, 31, 37, 64 Rathbun, James 13, 65 Rettinger, Rochelle 11, 65 Rosebrock, Janet 14, 21, 23, 24, 65 Schaeffer, Charles 5, 14, 65 Schaeffer, Ramon 5, 9, 21, 35, 65 Sidel, Alan 14, 15, 18, 19, 29, 30, 34, 36, 40, 41, 43, 44, 66 Smith, Sharon 11, 12, 14, 66 Smith, Willard 15, 66 Stroh, Hal 9, 14, 15, 18, 19, 29, 30, 36, 40, 42, 44. 48, 66 Van Auken, Wilbur 13, 15, 29, 33, 34, 40, 41, 43, 66 Walbolt, Carol 6, 8, 9, 14, 15, 18, 19, 23, 28, 31, 37, 66 JUNIORS Bair, Jane 18, 19, 37, 68 Baker, Kathy 8, 19, 24, 28, 30, 46, 68 Berry, Emily 19, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 68 Bice, Jerry 11, 68 Boore, Sue 21, 68 Bolen, Pauline 68 Bradley, Betty 21, 24, 32, 68 Bush, Carl 33, 40, 68 Carpenter, Janice 13, 21, 24, 28, 32, 68 Champion, Bonnie 19, 28, 30, 31, 37, 68 Champion, Lynn 9, 24, 33, 68 Champion, Marlene 6, 10, 13, 19, 68 Chapin, Gail 6, 7, 18, 19, 28, 30, 31, 36, 68 Coler, Charles 9, 29, 35, 44, 68 Ebejer, Dianne 4, 7, 18, 19, 23, 28, 30, 36, 68 Fisher, Bob 9, 29, 40, 48, 68 Follett, Jim 9, 68 Fraley, Larry 11, 68 Hantz, Eugene 36, 68 Hantz, Lulu 4, 25, 68 Hess, Noradell 18, 21, 24, 68 Hook, Lynne 6, 18, 22, 25, 30, 68 Hosack, David 68 Huss, Larry 21, 35, 48, 68 Kaufman, Dan 18, 24, 25, 29, 30, 34, 42, 48, 68 Keith, Russell 11, 33, 68 King, Forrest 13, 68 Kerchner, Barbara 68 Knauss, Jane 4, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 68 Knotek, Wenn 6, 8, 10, 11, 33, 68 Landis, Julie 18, 19, 31, 37, 46, 68 Lantz, Peggy 11, 19, 20, 24, 28, 30, 68 McMurray, David 68 Meeks, Janice 28, 68 Middleton, Sondra 28, 68 Neutz, George 29, 34, 40, 43, 68 Northam, Jerry 4, 8, 10, 18, 21, 29, 48, 68 Noyes, Bill 10, 19, 23, 25, 30, 68 Opdyke, Sharon 10, 69 Parrish, Frank 69 Patterson, Neal 18, 29, 30, 34, 48, 69 Prior, Bob 69 Ransburg, Eleanor 10, 19, 24, 69 Rathbun, Sandra 5, 23, 25, 69- Sattison, Don 6, 33, 69 Schaeffer, Jeanette 8, 21, 31, 34, 69 Sevits, Barbara 19, 24, 31, 69 Simpson, Richard 33, 69 Sonner, Sue 13, 21, 69 Starett, Joyce 4, 11, 69 Thomas, Bob 29, 30, 34, 40, 43, 48, 69 Way, Gerald 69 Wells, Rod 9, 18, 19, 29, 34, 40, 41, 42, 44, 48, 69 Wireman, Gene 69 SOPHOMORES Barron, Gladys 11, 21, 32, 70 Barry, Roger 7, 24, 25, 29, 30, 34, 40, 45, 48, 70 Brattin, Sharon 22, 25, 31, 32, 70 SOPHOMORES Caywood, Blaine 5, 21, 24, 70 Champion, Dale 33, 70 Chapin, Ben 29, 30, 70 Coleman, Charlene 70 Crawford, John 70 Crooks, JoAnn 11, 32, 70 Ernest, Gloria 70 Foss, Roger 10, 21, 29, 34, 45, 70 Foster, Jerry 4, 6, 21, 29, 34, 40, 45, 48, 70 Freeburn, Ronnie 10, 23, 25, 70 Galbraith, Bill 10, 70 Gilchrist, Barbara 8, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 47, 70 Gleason, Lois 70 Hassett, Becky 21, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 71 Hills, Bob 71 Hook, Dennis 22, 30, 33, 35, 71 Huss, Lanny 23, 33, 35, 48, 71 Kaufman, Louise 22, 31, 32, 71 Kirchen, Anna 71 Kiser, Veronica 22, 24, 25, 31, 71 Kling, Judy 28, 32, 71 Kuntz, John 23, 29, 71 Lamminen, Dian 21, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 71 Lantz, Jerry 7, 8, 24, 25, 29, 30, 34, 45, 48, 71 Loomis, Carolyn 71 Mills, Beverly 4, 5, 21, 23, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 71 Mounts, Mary Lou 5, 21, 23, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 71 Mundy, Pat 4, 7, 10, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31, 71 Neely, Diane 71 Neely, Gene 21, 71 Nichols, Mary Ann 10, 21, 23, 32, 71 Norton, Bud 21, 24, 29, 34, 44, 71 Noyes, Jean 7, ,10, 21, 22, 25, 30, 31, 32, 71 Pennell, Barbara' 21, 22, 24, 25, 32, 71 Penner, Jim 20, 21, 24, 29, 30, 34, 45, 48, 71 Petras, Shirley 21, 24, 32, 71 Roberts, Cora Vee 21, 22, 29, 32, 71 Rosebrock, Roberta 21, 22, 25, 27, 32, 71 Sachen, Jo Ann 4, 71 Schaeffer, Brenda 71 Smart, Sharon 22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 71 Smith, Ruth Ann 24, 25, 32, 71 Snyder, Daryle 71 Strong, Gary 4, 33, 71 Van Auken, Wayne 21, 34, 35, 40, 45, 48, 71 Vaughn, Jean 71 Walbolt, Anna 11, 20, 21, 22, 25, 28, 30, 31, 32, 71 Whysong, Philip 71 Winebrenner, William 71 Zimmerman, Nancy 71 FRESHMEN Arnold, La Von 72 Baker, Bob 5, 23, 45, 72 Baker, Roger 4, 72 Bolen, Charles 72 Bradley, Frank 72 Brown, Darlene 72 Carpenter, Dianna 23, 72 Carpenter, Terry 72 Chiddesters, Nathalie 72 Coleman, Ronnie 72 Cook, Joyce 23, 25, 72 Daugherty, Tom 26, 45, 72 Follett, Sandra 6, 72 Gardiner, Tom 72 Gary, Barbara 22, 25, 72 Hantz, Irene 72 Hantz, Joyce 72 Hardy, Marilyn 23, 25, 72 Huss, Nancy 23, 25, 72 Jarrett, Court 5, 23, 25, '72 Johnson, Richard 72 Knauss, James 44, 45, 72 Loomis, Linda 72 McNaughton, Earl 45, 72 Melchi, Virginia 72 Mitchell, Patty 8, 10, 23, 7 Morrison, Melany 72 Najm, Frieda 72 Najm, Mary 72 Needle, Connie 72 Neeley, Dayton 72 Neeley, Joe 72 Nichols, Eunice 23, 72 Noragon, Judy 72 Rakestraw, Jerry 10, 45, 72 Schaeffer, Rosalyn 9, 72 Sellers, Lorna 8, 10, 23, 25 Shutts, Richard 73 Sidel, Sheila 8, 10, 23, 73 Richard 4, 45, 73 Sierer Smith, Fred 73 Smith Ed 73 Smith, Kenneth 73 Sonnet, Jerry 73 Straw, Philip 45, 73 Weicht, Gary 73 Wheaton, Barbara 73 White, Nancy 6, 73 Van Meter, Don 45, 73 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Richard Gentry . . . . . . Photography Lowell Ward. . Class Pictures, Grades 1-11 Max Shook . . . Doris Bradford . Bessie Olson . . . . . . . Art Work . Lay-out Advisor . . . Advisor ios EIGHTH GRADE Anspaugh, David 23, 50, 53, 76 Barry, Greg 50, 58, 76 Brown, Barbara 76 Burrell, Marvin 76 Caywood, June 27, '76 Champion, Tommy 27, 76 Chapin, Joe 50, 53, 76 Clay, Nancye 22, 27, 76 Crawford, Judy 27, 76 DeLong, Henry 76 Emerick, Richard 23, 50, 76 Fenstermaker, Roger 27, 35, 76 Fisher, Richard 50, 53, 76 Gardiner, Jerry 76 Gary, Judy 22, 27, 52, 77 Gilchrist, Judy 23, 27, 77 Hassett, J.C. 77 Humbarger, Janet 77 Hufnagle, Barbara 23, 27, 77 Hufnagle, Lewis 35, 77 Kiser, Vance 35, 50, 53, 77 Keith, Sharon 27, 77 Knauss, Darlene 22, 27, 77 Kinsey, Deanna 23, 27, 77 Laughlin, James 2, 35, 77 Latier, Kay 20, 22, 27, 52, 77 McMurray, Marilyn 27, 77 McMurray,' Michael 77 Moeller, Margaret 23, 27, 77 Mills, Walter 50, 53, 77 Neeley, Herman 77 Oberst, Daniel 77 Parker, Phillip 35, 77 Petry, John 77 Prior, Karen 27, 77 Rathbun, Sue 23, '77 Ross, Doyle 77 Salsbury, Ned 77 Schaeffer, Kenneth 77 Sevits, Carolyn 23, 27, 52, 77 Smith, Bonnie 27, 77 Smith, Ed 35, 53, 77 Sommerlott, Nyle 77 Sparks, Delores 27, 77 Stroh, Sandy 23, 27, 77 Southerland, Carolyn 27, 77 Thomas, Paul 20, 35, 50, 77 Wall, Duane 35, 77 Wecht, Larry 77 Wells, Larry 77 SEVENTH GRADE Baker, Mike 79 Bird, Russell 35, 53, 79 Bradley, Willard 79 Bressler, Max 27, 51, 53, '79 Burlingame, Loren 26, 79 Clark, Toby 35, 79 Cook, Sharon 20, 26, 27, 79 Dellinger, Janet 4, 26, 27, 79 Ebejer, Tommy 51, 53, 79 Fraley, Bill 79 Gardiner, Peggy 79 Gay, Jeffery 51, 79 Hantz, Richard 79 Hassett, Joan 79 Jacobs, Lee 53, 79 Kaufman, Roger 79 Knauss, Billy 51, 53, 78 Lamminen, Sue 26, 27, '78 Lowe, Audrey 78 Miller, Sharon 78 Mitchell, Kathy 26, 27, 52, 78 Moeller, Jerry 26, 51, 53, 78 Myers, Demaris 78 Nelson, Connie 26, 27, 78 Newbauer, Jerome 35, 78 Rhodes, Donald 26, 51, 78 Sachen, Jerry 78 Sachen, Kenny 35, 78 Sattison, Sharon 27, 78 Schaeffer, Roy 26, 35, 78 Sherburne, Barry 78 Shutts, Philip 78 Smart, Larry 51, 53, 78 Soule, Sharon 78 Perrine, Michael 20, 78 Walbolt, Barbara 26, 78 Weckesser, Cheryl 27, 78 Zimmerman, Billy 26, 27, 35, 78 104 vunaooxs


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