Garfield High School - Benedictus Yearbook (Terre Haute, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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So that we will remember the present in the future for which we are preparing, we, as Seniors publish The Iiencfdictux of 1952. THE BENNY STAFF ACTIVITI EI Pages 17-36 DIQGAN IZATIDNI Pages 37-54 ATH LETICI Pages 55-74 C LAI! EI Pages 75-96 ADVEIQTIIEIDI Pages 97-124 cfwi. Ljunzsi Cjorzovaz ggwiillfifjclll '411i1l.zrz!' Lflzirzciflu CQ' Q' -WZLLC2: DE QZAJJZEV Z, Bid!! Of- 411.4 W ' w fini!! of bill 1 omit U- omg Students assisting the Deans - Seated, left to right: Martha Rodie, Marilyn Seville, Lou Anne Sullivan, Phyllis Bartenbach. Standing: Sandra Raehn, lanice Petrv, Peggy Fuchs, Brenda Smith, Dianne Davis. Students assisting Nlrs. Kuhlman in the rnain office: Seatedf, Nlrs. Kuhlman, Patt Balsley, Anna Copra. Standing: Susan Bragdon, Delores Archer, Rena Carosi, Martha Williams. The stutlcnts assisting in the offices of the school hclp to inztlic sure that the school runs ullicicntly. Checking :thscncc slips, typing. running crrantls, answering the tclcphonc strc Mrs. Veva R. Kuhlman some ol' their many clinics. Re9iSN'0I' The marching band, the string trio, the carolers in the halls, and the dance orchestra are a few of the contributions of the music department enriching our years at Garfield. Miss Nelle Duncan Vocal Music Mr. Leslie Evinger Instrumental Music Miss Grace De Vaney Family Living To prepare us as future parents to meet that challenge is the goal of Family Living. l English, the key to communication, reveals its importance in our routine work as well as through the Royal Purple, essay contests, and creative writing. 8 Miss Thryza C. Parker Mrs. Waldola Wasson Miss Georgann Jacobs Mrs. Helen T. Adams In addition to the posters and scenery, the art courses develop in each individual an appreciation and skili in creative expression. Miss Jessie L. Martin Ari' Mrs. Margaret J. Richmond Home Economics in order to open the door with ease for future home-makers, home economics sewing, cooking, and nursing - is offered. new hs-4. -I""' --Q, --L' Social studies, the connecting link between the world and ourselves, is a vital ingredient in universal understanding. Miss Helen Ross Miss Erma George Miss Marie Latte Miss Nelle Smyres 3 N, With the worid growing srnaiier each year, the foreign ianguage departmeni ieads the way to closer internae tional relationships. 1 i Miss Helen Froeb Latin and Spanish Mrs. Helen Conroy Latin and French Miss Helen Bunga rd Librarian For every class, the library has references and materiais to aid in preparing our lessons 1:17-1-......e In preparation for the future professions, the business education department teaches the basic uses of machines, skills, and knowledge. Erma Mewhinney Dorothy Becherer Mr. Leslie Evinger Miss Helen Reifzel In order to keep fit physicaily, physical education ciasses feature organized Sports and calisthenics, Mrs. Ruth Schaller Girls Physical Education AMr. Willard Kehrl' Boys Physical Education Mr. George Yaeger Health Heaith, tire key io a prosperous iife, discloses ine imporiance of becoming and remaining a neaithy person In every future occupation -f-from the housewife to the engineernmathematics piays a vital and important role. Miss Inez Kelly Miss Mary Louise Jaenisch Miss Helen Reitzel There is a genuine pieasure in viewing an articie made by the combination of skiii, machinery, and raw materiais, tne products of indusiriai arts and rnecnanical draining training. Mr. Orville Jones Mechanical Drawing Mr. James 0. Bowles Industrial Arts Mrs. Frieda Bedwell Speech Giving poise, self-confidence, and experience in stage work, radio, and debate, speech is oi the valuabie subjects at Garfieid. Today, rnore than ever before, the science department gives opportunities which influence the molding of our futures. Mr. Homer Powell Mrs. Waldolu Wasson Mr. Donas Dischinger Miss Louise Harris ACTIVITI EI l l AM DEE Starting the year's activities, the Iainboree, sponsored by the Dean's Cabinet, presented an evening ol' fun for everyone. The inain event ol the evening, as always, was casting votes for "The Most Popular Girl" ol' each class, but the ,lun ineludecl patronizing the various concessions, participating in tlililer- ent booths, antl joining in the dancing in the upper hall. Cathy Tallon, Class ot '52 tupper lettl Carmilla Rodle, Class of '54 Cleft centerl Mary Kay Fischer, Class of '53 llower leftl Myrna Yochum, Class of '55 llower rightl MAIEAZ NE DIQIVE H nc you sold your quoti XVlio gets tht pmdi todi yr" "H'1ven't YOU sold one yet. 'X stranger in the balls would wonder at tlie strange talk for during the two weeks of tlie Magazine Drive, tliat was tlie main topic of conversation. Paced by tlie Student Council, with a desire for an inter- com system as a motive, tlie classes rallied and every student in Garfield went all out to lielp the cause. lust to prove that cooperation brings success, the goal of Syooo was reacbed in five days, Garfield was the FIRST scliool in Terre Haute to reacli a magazine quota, the final total was almost 374100, and tbe inter-comis now in the process of becoming a reality. lust goes to sliow bow we do tliings at Garfield. l'ictures - top left, winner of certificates for selling llgo or more: top center, winners of Oscars for S575 or more in sales: corner. Nliss Georgeis sopliomore girls, liigli liomeroomg upper riglit, daily painting of tlie tliermometerg riglit center. Date Nicoson claiming fliiqo for tlie prize-winning class. Tllli SIQNIURSL bottom riglit, liigli salesmen. Annabelle Bald- ridge, and second, Mary Kay .Xdams. receiving prizes from Student Council Prexy, lack lioycl. Griffin 2130111141 Q5fX'QvEf.s C5 f Queen 'of H25 .fwvzfg 5215125 Q 1116 fffccfflfeerl 1 1110016 CLASS OF 1955 furss gauze! 15110111111 LLHI-SS .gQl'I!1 .ffljuvczfy CLASS OF 1952 CLASS OF 1954 11111455 gvllthffl 111jf1i!r' CLASS OF 1953 2 I ws 1? BR -ai . M ' - 3 x 5 il X .X SRX Q , P xwxvg s ' X Q Qs A 3 1-WA .327 W In X A SMX L , ' GSMEET ME IT. L0 II 9' For an evening of fun, full of laughs, meet the Smith family. They were an average family, composed of one son, four daughters, who anxiously awaited the coming of the 1904 World,s Fair, until Father's boss decides to move the whole family to New York. A revolt from the daughters follows which finally ends happily but keeps the audience in constant peals of laughter. CAST UF CHARACTERS ,, ,,,,, lack Hills Mr. Smith ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , Mrs. Smifh ,,,, ,,,,, , , Shirley Hill Rose ,,,,, , lixflzcr ,, Agn as ,, Tootif' , , Lorz , , Grandpa , , Kiltie ,,,. , , fllrx. Wimghop lrfiz Boolhby Iolzn Shepherd Fred Gregory , Lucille Penlarrl ,,,, Marijune Miller Shirley Armstrong Margaret Burns Catherine Tallon Ed Ienkins , , ,,,, Karl Sickles Carol Perkins Mary Alice Hughes Susan Bragilon , George Innes ,, lack Boyd Shirley Danner .VIZ DOIZVHC' ,,,,,,, ,,,,, I ack Rogers VV. Dllffy V W ,,,. George Ebcrhartlt CUHJHCYOI' ,,,,,,,,,,, Ed Rowley SPONSORS Miss Mary Louise Iaenisch Mrs. VValclola Wasson Miss Thryza Parker Miss Icssie Martin Mr. Willard Kehrt STAGED AND DIRECTED BY Mrs. Frieda Bcclwell Row 1. Pat McKillop, Margaret Burns, Kathryn Findley, Ed lenkins, Janice letry, Mr. Hicks, Buddy Spence, Claudia Fitzsimmons, Jeanette Cleveland, Helen Jackson, loe Bondi, Bob lohnson. Row 2. Kenny Frerichs, ludy Horn, Bill Murray, Kathleen Moore, Don E. Sheperd, Mary K. Adams, Donald Berlin, Norma Albright, Bill White, lack Gott. Row 3. Mary A. Hughes, Ed Rowley, Shirley Gatewood, Don R. Sheperd, Patty Bridgewater, Don Smock, Helen Sartain, Marilyn Cronk, lohn Grantham, Lynda Anderson, Dick Gayer. I 0 IBDAT NSTIQEI. The "Show Boat Minstrel", IQQZ edition, was again presented by the Hi-Y Club, with Mr. Spencer Hicks serving as interlocutor and director. Staged against an attractive ushowboat steaming up the river" backdrop, the routine of songs, dances, ballads, endmen patter-every phase of old-time minstrelcy, provided a most enjoyable evening for the au- dience. Endmen who furnished a gay comedy atmosphere for the evening were Margaret Burns, Pat McKillop, Bob lohnson, and loe Bondi. Soloists wereg Ed Ienkins, Ioe Bondi, Bob Iohnson, Margaret Burns, Buddy Spence, Ianice Petry, Helen lackson, and Claudia Fitzsimmons. DAISY WON'T TELL The class of .53 wrote a new page in Garfield stage history with their revue, "Daisy VVon't Tell," an original musi- cal coma-aly with music hy Mr. Stanlioral "Roh" Gilley anal hook anal lyrics hy Mrs. lfrieala lla-alwa-ll. The plot revolveal arounal Daisy anal Dave Qplayeal hy Nlary Kay lfisher anal llill Cfliefeinj who vi ere in love. hilt a'oulaln't he together hecause of Daisy's aunt, playeal hy llrentla Sniith. lixcellent coniealy was provialeal hy Maalonna l lanf kins, Phyllis Clualer, anal Gretchen Pugh, along with the "Hill Billy Boys," Ronnie Paige anal lial Leinricla. The proaluction was Staged anal alirecteal hy Mrs. Frieala liealwell. .Xssisting were Miss Sniyrcs. Mrs. .Xalains, Miss liroeh, Miss Harris. anal Mr. Dischinger, class sponsoring committee. ASSEMIBLIEI The Indiana University Singers, the crowning of the queen, cheers to send the team on their way, Bruce Thomas-foreign correspondent, the Wa-Va-Co Indian Dancers- the assemblies are the periods which We look forward to every week. Each week the assembly is different-but just as enjoyable. Under the direction of the Student Council every homeroom has an opportunity to present an assembly, and the programs always give us a variety of entertainment, education, and participation. BAN liveryone thrills when the Garfield band strikes up a tune. Whether its a snappy march in one of their frequent appearances in civic parades, a popular hit at one of their concerts. or a novelty formation at the home football games. Mr. Leslie J. Evinger Director MAIOR1i'l"l'liS Edwina VanKirch Judy Horn Carol Cravis Harlean Maxwell Beth Borah One of the most out-standing ofthe activities of the Garfield band this year Was the participation in the state contest. The winning groups were as follows: the cornet trio which won first in the district and second in the stateg the clarinet quartette which won first in the district and second in the stateg the woodwind trio, first in the district and second in the state. Row 1: R. Rittman, L. Stevenson, D. Brown, F. Hall. Row 2: D. Dennon, N. Streacker, R. Brownson, D. Lowder, T. Walvvick. Row 3: 1. Bondi, l. Smith, R. Hayward, l. l. Rogers, l. Bondi. Row 1: lVl. A. Hughes, R. Grose, B. Sears. Row 1. G. Kline, T. Kelley. Row 2. L. Anderson, H. Glasgow, l. Hills. Row 2: C. Hickman, 1. Chance, l. Butts, B. Shew Row 1. B. Thomas, P. Mason, l. Brown, C. Compton. Row 2: l, Poole, E. Wilson, W. White, H. lackson, NI. K. Adams, N. Sparks. Row 3: B. Nigh, D. Anstead, N. Palmer, N. Peyton. lfollowiiig tltc direction ol' Mr. Loslit- lfvingcr, who is il grtultiatc ol' ciilfl-lflll ztntl winncr ol nn aware its outstuntling senior in tlic Uurliicltl llttncl, tltc lwunal lms CIllCl'gCkl tltis your as an cxccllcnt rcprcsciitntivc iwrli ol' Gnrliclrl. Front tllc baton twirlcrs to time lmss tlruinnivrs, tlic lmncl luis practice-tl long :intl tliligcntly :mal has liccoinc an out-stnnnling inusicnl unit. Row 1: R. Compton,, W. lVlcNIiIIin, V. Annakin, l. Black, F. Black. Row 2: L. Scott, M. Wright, D. Smock. Row 1: l. Bondi, D. Gayer, l. Thompson, T. Nlyers, NI First row: Mary Alice Hughes, Billie Rose Isaacs, Rita Grose, lack Hills, Paul Mason. Second row: Mr. Evinger, lim Butts, Ted Walwiok, loe Bondi, lack Rogers. Back row: Richard Compton. A new musical organization came into being this year to add to Garfield's list of top-notch entertainers-the dance hand. Composed of musicians from the regular band roster, the group featured arrangements of popular music. Among their appearances were assembly programs at which they were a decided hit, the Student Council Variety Show, and the Iunior Show, "Daisy Won't Tell." The orchestra was organized this year under the direction of Mr. Evinger and Worked diligently to provide pro- grams for others and training for the members. As a part of the All-City Orchestra at the City Festival, they drew great praise. M. A. Hughes, A. Stevens, K. Frerichs, Mr. Evinger, R. Hayward, B. Thomas, loe Bondi, R. Sears, l. Poole, l. Brown, P. Mason. 30 ff CHOIR ROSTER .Xcl.mis. llulun hill, .Xlicc Mlaiiis, lxav Gott. lack lialtlritlgc. .Xiiiialwllc liutliric. Carol lloartliiiail. lack llotipt. Us-orgia Burns. Margarct lackson, llt-lt-ii litirrotiglis. l Dua nt' lcnliins. liil fl.lI'l'Ull, Paula Iolmson. llolw ' ' canninc Loiiiptoii, Lliarlt-s Iolmson, l lfanning. llurman Katiiiiiaii. Marti lfilysiiiiiiioiis, lloli lit-Iluv. Marv lfusou, llaxitl Kc-ntlall. Patricia lvallmvav. .X un limu us. .Xrtlinc Tlic Clarlicltl choir is an organization which has contribiitccl to many prograiiisf also in various community enterprises. QW ,Za ltqirliiiiqiii, bail Marv. lion Mcllfm. lallct Miller, Mariitinc Nlonningrr. Patty Nloiwc. Ruth Pvtry, Ianicc Slirplitinl. lion Sniock. lion Tallon. Cathy Wailea lit-unit' Wliiic, Sallv Ygiiiskv. ligirlmra not only witl Ann iiii our school but The choir's annual iroifram lor the Christmas asscmlvl afaiii met with outstaiitliiw SllCCL'SS with sclcctions ol' oc r- Y 3- 2- favoritc carols. as well as popular Christmas songs. Outstanding events of thc year for the choir were participation in the All-State Chorus at Indianapolis in the Dis- trict Choral Festival for which Garfield was host, and in the City Music Festival. Don E. Shepherd Annabelle Baldridge Don Smock Janice Petry Georgia Houpt Jack Gott Gail Leachman Ed Jenkins Kenny Frerichs, Accompanist THE ChXRFllil,D DUUl3l,li QU,'XR'l'li'l'Tli with its repertoire ot sacred, classical, and popular numhers is one ol' the city's most popular musical organizations singing at all types of school, church, and community aliliairs. The group, under the direction of Miss Duncan, won ll first division on the District Music Contest, and a second division in the State. Annabelle Baldridge, soprano, won the same type honors in the solo division in the contests. THE LIGHT OPERA A'lN'l:trtlia," by Flotow, was presented for the enjoyment of Garfield music lovers on the night of May 9. Under thc direction ol' Miss Duncan, the performance was an excellent one, showing color, interest and exceptional musical quality. PROM COMMITTEE Susan Bragdon Patt Balsley Donna Nolte 1 Bettye Brown Mary Alice Hughes Barbara Fortner Marilyn Cooper Dianne Davis Carol Perkins Dave Nicoson PROM QUEEN Catherine Tallon CTASS PRESIDENT Dave Nicoson ATTENDANTS Annabelle Baldridge Carol Crow Janet Mellon Marijune Miller UNIDIQ DD 1951 PROM QUEEN Miss Catherine Tallon Barbara Fortner, Bettye Brown, Patt Balsley, Marijune Miller, ,Xppnintincnts for picturcs, cscorting thc pltotogratplicr, planning thc lziyotit, cutting Llllti mounting picttircs- :lil tlicsc :irc big and important jobs in tlic protluction of il yt-at rlwook I3If EIDICT .54 An innovation this yczlr f intliviclunil picttircs ol' ttnticrcizlssnrcn -claiirnct rnziior portion of time :incl effort for inc-inlwrs oi' tht- Hcnny Stuff. Barry Breiderrbaugh, Chuck Hayward, Susan Bragdon, Don Smock. QNot pictured, Jack Cashl. Sponsor, Miss Dorothy Bcohererg Editor-in-Chief, Mary Alice Hughes. l'lainning ai yci1i'lvorJli, supervising its pro- cluction, working with :1 stall, making ll bud- get. AND IVIIQETINCI IT-:ill inzikc liczul- iiclics for an editor, lwut Mary Alicc lists clone xi inost crcclitzilwlc piccc ol' work in tlic pro- duction of tlic IQS2 Hcnny and tlcsurvcs ll world ol' prziisc. AFI: Shirley Hill, Shirley Latham, Patsy Cottorri. Securing aids, keeping :ul rccortls, billing tlic customers, planning tlic ntl layout liclp to kccp thc Bonny on :in cvcn kool tinzincizilly. Cathy Tallori, Carol Crow, Carol Perkins, Dianne Davis Typiiig, intlcxing faiiiotlici' iiiiiovzitioii in '52D, circtilgitiuii rccurtls f tlicrc too :irc iin- portzint segments wliicli go to inzikc up ll suc- ucsstnul lvooli. Rovv 1: Lou Ann Sullivan, Marilyn Seville, Mary Elliott, lanet Hastings, Mary Shriher, Bob Locke, Mary K. Fisher, Brenda Smith, Grete Chen Pugh, Don Shepard. Rovv 2: Martha Williams, Ann Johnson, Gail Leachman, loanna Grey, Norma Warnock, Shirley Farah, Chuck Hayward, Don Bonte, Pat Scully. Row 3: Georgia Houpt, Carol Crow, Katherine Snovv, Mrs. Adams. DY L I3 IQDLE STAFF Gai'l'ieltl's newspaper, 'llilf ROYAL PURl'1,li, was eclitecl this year hy Hremla Smith anti sponsoreil hy Mrs. Aclains. 'l'llCI11Cl1llTCl'S ol' the stall' were in the Iournalism Qlinglish VJ class. The school paper ollers to all students who are interested in creative writing, reporting, anti the working ol' a newspaper, either as vocational or avocational interests, the opportu- nity lor actual practice in these fields. Among the regular features of THE ROYAL PURl'l.li this year were the sports cover- age, the special asseinhlies. anal perhaps the favorite ol' the paper, the gossip column, i'Sheer- luck Ilolmesf' I 0'i2i3A'NiiATl0NS STUDE T CUUNCII. I'r'r,r1'1!r111 , l"1'r'e-I'l'eu'1'1lrz11 Snwlilry ,, TI'l'1I.fIll'Fl' . ., , .Ypn11.rm' Miss C , lack Boyd Latimer Dunn , Anne Copra ,, lid Icnliins lrace Dt-Vancy Every school has to have an organization which takes the lead and works towlrd im proving the school. Here at Garfield that cluh is the Student Council. This council tom posed of four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, one tres from each homeroom, sets the example ol' school spirit, and school the hest in the city. hman, and a representitixc works toward keeping our CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Seated left to right: T. Templeton, 1. Boyd, L. Dunn, A. Copra, D. Fuson. Standing: Nliss DeVaney, E. lenkins, l. Smith, T. Kelley, F. Hall. 38 STUDENT COUNCIL NIJMERDDM REPRESENTATIVES-Row 1: left to right. N. Peyton, S. Dietz, M. Shriner, P. Bartenbach, D. Kelley, S. Goss, L. A. Sullivan, G. Houpt, E. Beldon, S. White. Row 2: D. Gibbs, G. Jones, l. Nichols, D. Smock, B. Fitzsimmons, G. Wilson, B. Shriner, D. Nicoson, B. R. Isaac, D. Davis, M. Kaufman. This year's activities can he classed in two categories-school projects and civic projects. The most important of the school projects was the magazine drive. Through work-and still more work-the Student Council put it over very successfully. Also in the school projects, the council again spon- sored the assemhly program, helped with the Senior Class in the home coming activities, gave a scholarship to a graduating senior, and encouraged the sales of stamps and honds. ln service to the community, the Council donated lo many worthy drives including Red Cross, Coni- munity Chest, March of Dimes, Cancer, etc. The members worked with the rest ol' the city schools in Quad- Hi fostering hetter relationships hetween the city schools. In order to keep right financially, the Council presented the "Varieties" and made it a success in every- XVLIY . Row 11 K. Frerichs, B. White, W. Rogers, R. Hayward, R. Hubbard, 1. Bondi, F. Black, D. E. Shepherd, Mr. Bowles. Row 2: D. Fusori, T. Walwick, B. Niurry, B. Fitzsimmons, J. Poole, A. Pittman, D. Shepherd, B. Roberts, D. Yatsko, J. Gott, F. Robertson, W. Brune. Row 3: T, Chernay, J. Thoriton, R. Fitzpatrick, D, Meissel, L. Anderson, R. Sears, 1. Carty, D. Smock, B. Breidenbaugh. thtiliilititctl witli tltc Y.M.C.tX., tlic Hi-Y Club luis its its aims to crcattc, mziiittztin, uml cxtcittl tlirotigliout tlic community anal scliool, liiglt sttiiitlutmls ot: Cliristiuit clmrzictcr. Sponsored by Mr. liowlcs witlt luck Gott serving tis Prcsiclcnt, the Cluln sponsored tm ztltcr-tlic-gttinc clzmcc, tlircctctl thc work ol' the Ili-Y Bookstore, :mtl prcscntctl :tsscmlmly progrttms. Tlit- ptirrliqisc- ol' it iioliuorlt Illllfllllikl gtntl tlic Milo ol popcorn nt till lmxltctlmll gaiiiicx ttml on lfi'itlnys .tt noontiiiic liatxc lur- nislictl tumls in tru' llifh' 'liuistirg' ximl at stttistiutl look on tlit tlicce of tliuir ctisroiims. 'lilic spirit ol Cliristiiiqix l'i'Igl1L'Il tluring tliis pglflt' XVllliI1 Santa, ln-otilglit ltwtx ut' prong-tits tvroiii tlit' Ili-Y to tlitwt- small tilrmi lloriit' orplnilix, lfoiiiiilrlt' xvitli LiilI1llY. QJIIHW. lop. :intl cnoulglt .ittuntion to l.m until nuxl yt-.ti', tlin imrty one ont- xvliicli no om-. t-Rpt-tinllx' llit- mplitiiis. is lilo-li to torgt-t. S Illi ART Cl.L.7lS, sponsorctl by Miss Marlin with Carolyn llickingni ns Prcsitlcnt. is compost-tl ol pcoplc who halve nn intcrcst in nrt. Tlirotiglt it, stuclcnts gain an opportunity to ilcvclop Ll Iiolulii' 1 to lcnrn mort- about llI'l lrom :in iipprccintioii stnnclpoint. Row 1: l. BonDurant, Nl. Kaufman, P. Kendall, C. Hickman, R. Foster, R. Nl. Stewart. Row 2: S. Walker, B. Newport, A. Stapleton, F. Davis, G. Gardner, N. Lincoln, lVIiss llllartin, B. Gray. Row 3: D. Berlin, B. Felts, K. Frerizns, R. Paige, R. Adams, l. lVlcGuinness, R. Eotner. Row 1: F. Johnson, E. Hendon, v. Annakin, iii. simmer, B. smith, o. Bigusn, Miss Gruenhoiz. C it Row 2: lVliss Spear, L. Lenne, L. Sonner, N. Streaker, l. lVloLauglilin, D. Starr, F. Hall, W. Siokles, L. Scott, Mrs. Conroy, D. Canine. Row 3: H. Secrest, l. Yatsko, D. Meissel, l. Williaman, T. Cnernay, l. Sonner, B. Locke, R. Snoddy, K. Sickles, D. Smock. lf lfl".liCl.li liR.XNCf.XlS - unilcr thc sponsorship ol' Mrs. Conroy. is coniposul ol' stnclcnls who il1lVC sltnlictl oi' :irc Slllliylllg, lirciicli. its purpose is to givc anltlcrl inturcst to tin' l:I'L'I1L'il illllgllllgl' :tml customs. tlirougli songs, gzuncs, plays, :mal spczllicrs. 41 .XUIJUISON CLUB Row J: S. Riggs, B. Turner, P. Felts, S. Hagernrer, D. Jewell, B. Borders, J. Jewell. Row 2: T. Logue, C. Helrniok, J. Bray, L. Raikes, G. Leaehman, N. Albright, P. Fulford, llfliss Harris. Row 31 D. Parr, B. Shassere, C. Blade, H. Chanoe, B. Longs, B. Johnson, S. Sipes. Row ll: K. Owens, W. Hood, P. Diehl, A. Pittman, B. Holman, J. Kelly, A. Stevens, llll. Strasslor, Nl. Stapleton Yvonne lent was absent. l+'U'l'Ultli 'I'li.XlIHliltS Ol? .XNIICIKILLX Row J: J. Bailey, H. Sartain, R. Houston, B. J. Wilbur, S. Goss, S. Henson, R. Woodard, S. Hill. Row 2: lVlrs. Wasson, L. Ward, S. Joseph, J. Giflel, C. Cravis, J. Rogers, llll. Creasey, E. Dierdort. Row 31 J. Brown, J. Grantham, lVl. West, D. Archer, B. Sears, Fred Robertson, Rita Everlev was absent. UNI This clulv, il lu'4uu'l1 ol tlu' .'XiTTCI'lC1lIT llcrl Cross. This as its plirposc clcwlopiiig llll 41w:il'r'iu'ss ul' llu' OR lilfll CROSS, oiu' ol ilu' uumsl 1u'lix'c ol' llu' clubs, is uiulcr ilu' spoiisrmixliip ol Xlrs. Ricluuruul. llCL'll5 ul' ollu'rs, .uul Llu' giviiug ul 5K'lAX'lCC um ilu' scluuil, k4flTTIl'llllllly. zuul X'L'lC'l.lll5-Q llu'-pil.il'-. VVuli Sli.u'uu Lures, :ls prcsulcul, ilu: group luis sprmsorcil il Llguum' :uul luruimlu'cl Illllltjlllll lu kllc Yclcixiiis' llospilgils ns uccclccl. Row 1. L Anderson, C. Harvey, W. Kitlen, S. Byrne, P. Fuchs, C. Hutten, S. Lules. Row 2: D, Srnock, S. Mathers, Mrs. Richmond, G. Srnudde, K. Teliioh, 1. Clough, 1, Ryan, L. Dietz, A. Cooke. Row 3: 1. Baker, 1. Gott, B. Hood, C. Thomas, 1. McCain, 1. Kirk, T. Poole, D. Fuson, J. Edwards. Rowl: E. Lemrick, F. Hall, P. Disney, T. KeI!y, C. Compton. Row 2: Nlr. Yaeger, C. Green, B, Mansard, R. Snoddy, T. Ranes, A. Trainer. lll'. VISUAI. lfDUC.X'l'lON CLUB luis us its purpose' ilu' ll'LIllllIT3,1 ul' lumys Lo luuullc Llic auu visual cquipuuml ol' llu' sclumol Mr. Yilcgcr is llu' sponsor. 'ilu-sc luwys. ultcr lL'LlI'ITlI1'L1 lum' lo i ilu' iuzuliiiu-s. slum' films ur slulcs to nuy group in tlu' scluuml. LATIN CLUB Row 1. R. Carosi, C. Srnutzki, llll. l. Tiffin, llll. K. Adarns, B. Borah, K. Laybold, lill. England, A. Cooke. Row 2: L. Clarke, E. Crosby, L. L. lones, E. Roshel, l. Kirk, P. Boyll, N. Hayward, E. Northouist, l. Hamric l. Nlason. Row 3: F. Black, C. Aldrich, K. Pearson, R. Richards, Nl. Aldrich, K. lVloore, W. Steele, lVliss Froeh. Row A: H. Brown, R. Brownson, D. Burton, B. Paton, D. Lowder, G. Wilson, D, Shepherd, L. Thornas, l. Poole B. Weeks. These were absent: N. Byers, Nl. Kerno, l. Stone. MATH CLUB Row lf lVl. Eherhart, R. Kalen, lVl. Aldrich, lil. A. Black, L. Clark, P. Gallagher, l. Boyd. Row 2: D. Burton, P. Nlason, W. Steele, C. Aldrich, L. Thomas, B. Bolinger, l. Derry, Miss Kelly. Row 3: R, Criss, l. Brown, C. Hayward, T. Coldwell, E. lerrkins, 1. Hills, B. Weeks, L. Dunn. l. 5 ,.,. , , . . llllg IJIMXMA I 11,5 l,l,Lil3, mlm-li me-L-is gilrr-r sg-liool is spoiisorcri ivy Mrs. liorlm-ll, willi Ioaiimii Gray sci'x'iiiy,r :is ircsiclcnl. Tho purposc ol llic club is to provirlc opportunities lor ilu- study ol' play gifting lr-cliniqucs. promlucliori mc cliaiiiics. :incl lo rlcwlop :iii npprcciiiiion ol rlrziiiigi. Row 1: M. Tiffin, l. Hamriok. V, Annahiri, l. Foulhes, S. Purcell, E. Beldon, l. Gray, Mrs. Bedvvell. Row 2: N. Peyton, G. Gardner, C. Fitzsimmons, S. Riggs, M. Mookbee, l. Mason, K. Moore. Row 3. l. Butts, T. Myers, P. Mason, R. Fitzsinirnons, D. Ca Row 1. B. Shriner, B. Thomas, D. Nolls, C. Perkins, M. A. Black, Shirley. Row 2: i. Kyle, A. Oslling, R. Mayyvard, B. Locke, D. Hubbard, P. Gallagher, W. Kohl, l. Derry, Powell. Row 3: B. Gree E. lenkins. n, P. Mason, P. Scully, G. Hayward, B. Breidenbaugh, Mr. King, Mr. Baker, L. Dunn llllt SK.ll'.iXi.l'. l,l.Ulx, uiimlcr llic guirlziiicc ol Mr. Powcll TX'llil Pail Cnillaiglicr scrviiig :is Prcsirlciil, lizis lor ils p pose lo ivllI'lilL'l' ililcrcsl in sciciicc llirougli rcscaircli, suinly, :incl cxzimplc. This your. llic Sciciicc Club iillciirlccl llic Su Mallli .Xsscmlily :il i,llI'kiLlC Uiiivcrsily. :is its purpnse tlie liostering ol' ai closer relzitinnsliip lmetween the girls :incl tlieir Dean Seated, Nancy House, Sophomore, Miss DeVaney, Sponsor, Shirley Danner, Senior, Sue Nicoson, Freshman, lane Cash, Senior, Mary Kay Fischer, lunior, Phyllis Cluder, Junior. Standing: Annabelle Baldridge, Senior, lanel Mellon, Senior, Peggy Fuchs, Junior, Mary Angela Blaol, lunior, Kay Laybold, Sophomore. DlfAN'S CAIBI ET The Dennis Ciiliinet, ai representzitive orgzinizxitinn ul tlie girls nl' Cizirliieltl, liis 'lllie inost iniportgint prnjeet ol' tlie yeiir lei- tlie Cxilwinet is tlie planning :incl super- vision ol' tlie llig Sister itlezi. 'lllie llig Sisters :ire returning stntlents wlin lielp tlit Little Sisters, girls new to Chirliieltl, tlirotigli tlie lirst puzzling tlziys ol' tlieir liigli seliool eaireers. 'lllien alter tlie exeiteinent nl' tlie opening ol innl liis ettletl lmsn, e ttl S t 1 orinll i r xx 1 ns tlie oitlei nl tlie cltx presents xening ol lll 5 T 5 te xiliitli opens tlie se 1 i se is intl Snee ies U e 1 . . sglinliirsl it 4 Ufllllllllll 1 senior. llflx lluglics ul' NVITUW grlitl Nuriri litrmtlgiii ul XY'l'llI llit' fhirlzrltl stutlt-rits whit wut' iii the shim xxrrc llixitl lutriiriv. lltc strut' wt lui' tht' gissriiilwlx' wus Row 1: A. Cooprlder, N. Palmer, M. E. Mockbee, Mrs. Bedwell, M. Elliott, l. Willis, G. Pugh, B. R. Isaac, N. Sparks, D. Thorp, l. Foulkes. Row 21 N. Peyton, l. Sutherland, M. Burns, C, Thomas, M. Rodie, S, Armstrong, M. Seville, M. Petry. Row 3. S. Asbury, M. Brough, S. Farah, L. Puckett, L. Thornton, P. Bartenbaoh, D. Brown, B. Smith, S. Nicoson, M, L. Engles, P. Monninger, H. Jackson, R. Morse. Row A: Mr. laoonetti, H. Glasgow, l. Hills, C. Kehrt, B. Spence, T. Coldwell, G. lones, T. Ranes, l. Early, T. Myers, T. Walvyick, A. Faris, S. Dempster. SDEECH C U 'l'lit- Spcvclt Cltih, spoiismccl hy Mrs. lit-tlxwll with l31'cncln Smith as Prcsitlcrit, has lor its ptirposc, training ol' stticl- L-nts lor spot-flu work :intl giving tht-in oppnrttinitics to tlt-wlop tht-ir tzilcnts. This ycitr. thc Spcculi Cfluh, sptmsorctl the lllllllllll Vttlciitim' Day .Xssumlaly :mtl aittcmlt-tl spat-t'lt Cfllll-L'l'CITCL'S :lt Pur- cluc Lliiiwmity :intl git lritliainai Stzttt' 'llL'lICllCfSl College. 'Mm'-f""' 'l'lit- slm'1.tl Yiltiiitiiit' ll.i3 LN-mlvlv is mit- tlmt is sllll llryrgtlmi, lMim.i Nultt-. Xl.ll'g.ll'n'I lltirns. mt S :lui mtl hx Nlirx lxix litliti 3,53 A, S? may 0 Seated: Madonna Hankins, June Murphy, Donna Nolte, lanice Petry. Standing: Miss Helen Froeb, Linda Walters, Mary Kay Adams, Carolyn Hickman, Norma Warnock, Beth Thomas, Phyllis Bartenbach, Martha Williams. -Tlflf I Rovv 1: S. Dietz, M. Stevenson, M. McKee, P. Fulford, V. l. Hall, D. Thorp, M. Cronk, l. Nipple, L Blackmore, F. Hall, P. Nelson, L. Guthrie. Row 2: M. McKee, M. Swain, M. Zukokas, G. Gardner, G. Leach- man, N. Albright, P. Cottom, F. Roshel, H. Santilli, B. Kelsheimer, E. Dierdort, P. Brennan, K. Blackmore, Miss laenisch. Row 3: l. White, M. Shriner, B. Smith, P. Fuchs, M. Elliott, M. K. Fischer, R. Carosi, B. Armstrong, M. Petry, S. Hazelton, P. Hast- ings, V. lones, l. Webster, R. Gross, B. Nigh. Row 1: M. L. Rector, l. Hayden, A. Gopra, C. Harvey, l. Giffell S. Goss, C. Cravis, G. Pugh, S. Nicoson, B. l. Wilbur, C. Drake, D. Harti man. Rovv 2: P. Monninger, H. lackson, D. Barbarick, S. Asbury, H Makvvell, M. Brough, l. Mason, l. Foulkes, Miss Martin. Rovv 3: M. Kirby, R. Barnett, N. Cronk, S. Hales, K. Tetrick, C Snovv, K. Laybold. Rovv 4: C. Guthrie, M. L. England, M. Keep, C. Waldon, l. McGlone Vl. Kemp, B. Borah, M. L. Engles, N. Peyton, E. Beldon, D. Davis, P. Lucas Row 1: L. Anderson, D. Anstead, A. Cox, S. Fleming, l. Black l. Horn, C. Smutzki, L. lones, S. McKillop, C. Fitzsimmons. Row 2: S. McDonald, A. Johnson, S. Colderbank, A. Faris, l. Willis, K. Moore, S. Walker, A. Goodrich, K. Findley, Miss Reitzel. Row 31 l. Cleveland, E. Artiaugh, P. Frew, H. Meneely, L. Dietz W. McMillin, S. Ripple, N. McKillop, P. Skirvin, M. Findley, L. Ward S. Riggs. Row lr F. Davis, L. Stevenson, R. Rittman, B. Yanksky, l. lohnson, R. Stewart, M. Hale, M. Fefree, M. Horsley, A. Cooprider, L. Thornburgh. Row 2: M. Dwyer, l. Vaira, N. Whitman, S. Gatewood, F. Rauscher B. Brossrnan, R. lohns, B. Gray, S. Latharn, Miss laoobs. Row 31 B. Borders, D. lewell, L. Harding, H. Sartain, l. Woe M. Pugh, M. L. Morrison, l. Stone, S. Dempster. Row 1: S. Purcell, l. Akers, S. Lutes, P. Kendall, Y. lent, P. Felts, L. Thornton, M. Seville, L. Puckett, C. Taylor, L. A. Sullivan, B. Taylor. Row 2: L. Davis, A. Galloway, S. White, B. Stith, D. Bigush, E. Mullen, P. Kennedy, A. Hercules, P. Boyll, Miss Latta. Row 3: S. Farah, A. Cooke, B. R. Isaac, N. Sparks, M. Creasey, R. Woodard, M. Kaufman, E. VanKiroh, P. Tennis, M. L. Cooke, L. Raikes, 1. Sutherland, W. Stith, P. Peters, M. Gasaway. Row 1: M. A. Hughes, S. Danner, l. Bailey, S. Bragdon, P. Balsley S. Henson, V. Annakin, E. Northquist, N. Hayward, M. Burns, E. Crosby l. Hamriok, E. lohnson, S. Hill, Miss Srriyres, N. Loser. Row 2: R. Houston, l. Ryan, S. Raehn, R. Everley, Sharon Joseph S. Bennett, P. Bridgewater, Y. McCain, D. Brown, N. Palmer, E. 0'Don nell, N. Harvey, S. Hagemier, leanette Cleveland. Row 3. M. West, D. Archer, B. Brown, C. Thomas, l. McCain, Char Iotte Thomas, l. Rogers, L. B. Mann, S. Thomas, M. Kelly, Shirley loseph C. Trump. Serving as olliucrs this year wcrc l.iiulu VV:1llcrs, prcsinlcmg llonngi Nolte, vice-pix-sinlciil: Mzuloiinii llam- liins, sccmlzlryg :mil luiic Murphy, ircalsurcr. 'llhc calwinct is composcml ol rho liollowiiig with ihcir sponsors: Social, Phyllis llLlI'lClll3llCll, Miss Lzittzlg Scrvicc, lvlllflllll Wlillizlms, Miss licilzclg Wlaiys iiml Moguls, Ixiiiicc IR-try, Miss Iucnisclig Progruin, Norma NV1ll'I1OCli, Miss Izicolmsg Ari, Innci llnslings, Nliss Marlin: llcvoiion, Cfxirolyn lliulimuii, Miss Smyrcsg Music. Mary Kay Aclzimsg SCFKQICZIIXI-1llfi1YIl1S, llcili Tlioiiixis. licsiclcs regular wcclily programs :ll the cluh meetings. Lhc cluh primicipzllcml in lhc following piclurcd uc- livilics: lop, ilu- llgirvcsl Moon Dance, which Lhc Yflccns sponsor giimuglllyg lowcr lcli, ihc scrvicc proiccl ni Clirislinais Limc, imiliing toys lor chilalrcng lower righi. thc zuinuzil l':llSlL'I' .Xsscinhly which ilu- Y-'ll-ciis prcsciil lor thc slualcni lvocly. Row ll l. Stergar, S. Purcell, Y. McCain, D. Brown, V. Jones, B. Brossman, W. McMillln, E. Ward, G. Blade, B. Wade, B. Rohbs. Row 2. N. Estes, G. Rodie, P, Brennan, K. Blackmore, R. Grose, A. Hercules, E. 0'Donnell, B. Gray, D. Hartman, P. Carroll, M. Bullard, l. Blackmore Horsley. ward Sp , , Cnrls ,Xtlilctlc .XSSOLPIQIUOII rs opcn to all Cntrllcltl glrls. Its ann is ln smnc pltysicnl rccrcaltron. Sp concession stalnal :lt tltt' lmslictlmll ggnncs. :intl tlic XVLIICIIUIIC 'IQCLI lor t slum Row 3. Mrs. Schaller, E. Mullen, S. Braun, R. Rittman, F. Rauscher, M. Zukokas, M. L. Morrison, M. Pugh, P. Bridgewater, A. Richey, R. Richey, V. Ed s, L. Walters. Row 4. S. Gatewood, C. Trurnp, l. Nipple, M. L, Stevenson, A. Redrnon A. Grady, E, lohnson, M. Williams, B. Nlgh, l. Petry, M. A, Hughes, A. Johnson . A. . onsciwal by Mrs. Slmllcr with .Xnn lolinson ns president. the lnrtltcr p41r'ticipnlion ol' cvcrl' rncrnlvcr in sonic form ol' whole- Ckillll protects ol llic flnlw cxlclt yuan' :irc the sponsoring ol' thc lic lnotltcrs. .X l-ClllllI'C ol' tlic ICLI czlcli ycalr is tltc spring style I Row 1: Mrs. Fuson, Mrs. Hayward, Mrs. Botner, Mrs. Smook. Row 2: Mrs. Early, Mrs. Glffel, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Nioosori. Row 3: Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Rowley, Mrs. Chezern, Mrs. Pruitt. Row 4: Mrs. Scully, Mrs. Gladdish, Mrs. Bolinger, Mrs. Richards. 0 EDS' The Ciarfieltl Mothers' Club membership is made up ol' mothers ol' the boys who are active in varsity sports. The activities of the group may be placed in three categoriesfthe team, the faculty, anal the mothers. lfach year the Mothers' Club furnishes awarcls antl banquets for the teams--banquets lor football anal basketball, and a picnic for the spring sports participants. The annual luncheon at which members of the faculty are guests of the mothers provides for closer cooperation between the faculty and parents and for an enjoyable get-together for all. The mothers themselves enjoy several social events during the year, but their inain purpose is to work closely with the coaches in an effort to learn what is best lor their boys in ortlcr that Uarliieltl may be capably representetl in all varsity competition. Rovv 1: Nlrs. Willard Brown, Mrs. Virgil Poole, Nlrs. Glenn Kline, Mr. Leslie Evinger, Mr. Otto Borah, Mr. Glenn Kline. Row 2: llllrs. I. E. Rogers, llllrs. Earl Rogers, Mr. l. E. Rogers, Mr. Earl Rogers, Nlr. Art Compton, and Mrs. Arthur Compton. BAND IBODSTEIQI Mrs. Glenn Kline 1'l'z'.fr'zffl11 N111 Willard liorwn Xf'z'1'rItrl'y Mr. Otto Ilorali . 'l'l'rtr.c11rz'r The Ciarileltl liantl Boosters is an organization eomposetl ol' parents ol' members ol' the band and pat- rons interestetl in the progress ol' Uarl'ieltl's line musical organizations. .Xmong the activities ol the group this year were the sponsoring ol' a tea for the faculty members at whieh time the parents and teachers hatl an opportunity to become aequaintetlg the sponsoring ot' bake sales to provitle money for awartls anel lor other bantl neeelsg the provision oi' hot chocolate at the Turkey Day game. Other interests ol' the group have been suegesslully carried out in planning parties lor the band members antl in provitling buses lor them tor participation in out-of-town football games. U Mr. Maynard C. Wheeler, Vice-President in Charge of Production fo the Commercial Solvents Corporation, receives the Ullistiiiguislien Alumnus Certificate" for lost-1953 from Principal lames lf. Conover The Garfield Alumni Association has ht-en an active organization since the organization of the school in 1912, homecom ings have heen held regularly each year in the fall to provide a means for former students getting together and renewing acquaint ances. A part ofthe homecoming for the past several years has been the awarding of a certificate to an alumnus who has achievei outstanding success in his particular field. The first certificate was presented to the late Leroy A. VVilson, President of th American Telephone and Telegraph Companyg the second to Dr. Herald Rae Cox, who has done outstanding work in medica researchg the third to Dr. Patil S. Rhoads, who has achieved success in the field of medicine, and the last to Mr. Wheeler. Pictured below are Qleftl the Wheeler family together with Superintendent Watson, Principal Conover, and officers of th Alumni Associationg frightj a group in attendance at a dinner honoring "lock" VVilson. a former student whose novc 'fThe Dark and the Dampn achieved national recognition. Mr. VVilson is pictured fourth from the left at the speaker's talulc ..... ,vs if E 4 eeee as 54 ATHLETIC! UUTIQALI. I9 I With thc opening ol' school in thc fall, the attention ol' some sixty hoys untlcr the clircction of Coach Dischingcr was turned toward thc gridiron. With thc opcning whistle of thc first game Garfield fans went into action to spur thc liaglcs on to victory, and continuccl to follow the team through thick ancl thingncar-Zero cold anal driving rain. l The opening games of the 1951 season found the Eagles lined up against the Linton Miners at Linton, and the Miners carried off the honors to the tune of 33-14 in a hard-fought game. In this game, the Eagles suffered the loss ffor the seasonl of Quarterback George Miller with an injured shoulder. The Eagles' first win of the season was registered over the Golden Arrows of Sullivan I9-O, but later the game was forfeited to Sullivan because of the use of an ineligible player. Nuff said! The Red Devils of Brazil came to town and handed the Eagles a loss to the tune of 6-o. The game was bitterly fought all the way with the Eagles driving every minute of play. Garfield's fourth game of the season was a wild fray with the Wildcats of Clinton. Nicoson came through with the Eagles lone TD, and yet the Eagles lost a heart-breaker, 14-7. In this game, the Eagles again suffered a serious loss in Bolinger's injured knee and ankle which kept him out for the remainder of the season. Garfield fired the opening gun in City Series competition meeting the Black Cats of Tech. The Cats eked out a hard, close ball game, I3-7, but the Eagles fought back all the way. Clark, taking a hand-off from Cash on the 3-yard line climaxed a long 80-yard drive with Chezern, Nicoson and Clark carrying the pigskin. The Eagles journied to Robison to suffer a setbask of 27-I2 That's it! At home again against the Bloomington Panthers, the Eagles suffered their second whitewash of the season in a game played in near-zero weather. The Eagles never-say-die team played a fast rugged game, but lost 19-o. The first official win of the season came at the expense of the Dugger Bulldogs with a convincing 39-o score. Disch cleared the bench in this one and five boys broke into the scoring column for TD's. Last, but surely not least, the Eagles broke into the bowl classics in playing against Wiley in "The Mud Bowlf, Playing the entire game in a driving rain, the Red Streaks battled the Eagles to a o-o tie, each team claiming the Bronze Turkey for a half of the next year. Iolmny cl1'lllllllill1'l, Co-Cnplnill, winner of the Clmrlcs Zimmerman Award as the most vulualule fool- lmll player of the IQSI season. X N lC'6g0N FUUTBALL SQUAD--Row 1: l. Willaman, l. Nlctaughlin, l. Adams, C. Green, C. Gott, G. Kehrt, W. Shriner lNlgr.l, l. NlcGuinness, K. Owens, D. Starr D. Turner, T. Chernay, and R. Nleissel. Row 2: l. Edwards, P. Gallagher, B. Bolinger, D. Hubbard, R. Smock, l. Boardman, l. Cash, L. Overton, D. Nicoson, l. Grantham, B. Holman, l. Clark R. Sandlin, G. Miller, G. Hayward, H. Tyler, and R. Richards. Row 3: B. Locke, B. Szlanfuht, B. Chezem, A. Thompson. l. Early, S. Sutton, G. Jones, l. Nichols, S. Owens, W. Kohl, V. lesser, l. Kelley, T. Coldwell tNlgr.l, George Yaeger, asst. coach, Donas Dischinger, head coach, Willard Kehrt, asst. coach, and Orville lones, faculty mgr. sney Row 11: L. Lenne llylgr.J, F. Johnson, R. Botner, B. Holler, T. Geary, l. Hauser, l. Ellsberry, T. Ranes, D. Gibbs, D. Scott, R. Norris, G. Wilson, P. Di l. Russell, D. Hake, W. Nlansard, B. Spence, B. Lumsdon, W. Sickles, and R. Thornton. 60 wif ww. ii' fif ::.:: f 2 ' CHEER LEADERS: George "Mac" Eberhart, Madonna Harikins, Charlotte Taylor, lune Murphy, Wilma Stith. l'ivcr'ywlicrc llic lcauns plny, tlic ycll lczulcrs nrc Klicrc giving cliccrs ol' praise null CllC0llI'1lgCIl'lL'lll. ln tlicir aittrzlclivc purple and wliite uniforms displaying that cvcr- liznnous Chirficlml Purple Eagle cmlmlcin, in all liincls of wcntlicr, Llic cliecr lcziclcrs :irc out lv lr-nil tlic luns in Garfield yells. liroin llic gym or lrorn llic liootlxill liiclcl, Llic yell lcaclcrs sec lo it tlml cvcryonc ni r m ' 1 knows - "VK If .Xlx My Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Won 1 THE IQECUIQD Total Linton - 35 77 77 Sullivan - o flforfeitedj Lost 7 Points, Garfield, 985 Opponents, II2 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Dean Nicoson ,,,,,,,,f,,f,,,,, 24 Bob Bolinger r,,, 77 f,,, 18 Bill Chezem 7 77 ,,ff,f 7 7 I2 Sy Sutton ,,,,, ,,tt,,, 7 7 CPATD 8 lack Clark t,,t, 77 6 lack Cash 7 7 7 7 7 6 Gary Iones 7 6 Don Scott 77777 7 7 6 Ioe Edwards 77777 7 6 lim Ellsberry 7777 7 77 6 Brazil - 6 777 Clinton -14 7 7777 Tech - 13 Robinson - 27 Bloomington - IQ 7 7 Dugger-o Wiley- o Tied 1 THE ATHLETIC STAFF Mr. Orville Jones Business Manager Mr. Willard Kehrt Basketball Coach Tennis Coach Golf Coach Mr. George Yoeger Track Coach Assistant Coach, Football Assistant Coach, Basketball Mr. Donas Dischinger Football Coach Baseball Coach Assistant Coach, Basketball STUDENT MANAGERS Bill Shriner, Assistant Tom Coldwell, Student Manager Louis Lenne, Assistant ,W awk an iiiii in Q X150 X The smiles - the nets - A SECTIONAL CROWN Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield THE IDECOIQD Bloomington Bicknell Wiley Linton Sullivan Dugger Tech Glenn Reitz WABASH VALLEY TOURNEY Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Otter Creek Tech OTJ ..,,.... Vincennes Greencastle . ,,.,.,.,, Howe Brazrl State - 42 Garfield - 37 Garfield - 41 Garfield .- 45 " 49 - 33 - 64 Garfield - 48 Garfield - 53 Garfield Garfield - 44 - 44 Garfield - 44 Garfield '43 -33 C- 50 Garfield -'49 Co-CITY CHAMPIONS S-ECTIONAL CHAMPIONS REGIONAL CHAMPIONS - 59 ,,Y,,,,, ,,,,,,,r, C linton - 64 ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,I,, O tter Creek -- 58 ,,,,,,,, ,,.,e, C rawfordsville SECTIONAL TOURNEY - 52 .,,,,,,,,,,, QOTD ,,,,I.I. Riley - 65 ,,,,, ,,,I,,,,.,,,,,, O tter Creek - 47 ,,,r, ,,I,,,,, 7 7 Wiley - 56 ,,,,,II,, ,.,,..,. G lenn REGIONAL TOURNEY - 46 ,,,, , ,,,II,,,I,,..ee,e,,,,e,,, Iasonville - 57 ,,,, ,L Ellettsville SEMI-FINAL TOURNEY - 54 ,,,, ,t,, C entral fllvansvillej Q4 Overtimesj DU IQILLI Tlic Chirliiclcl nctlcrs. playing ull' and on :ill scnson, finally liil llicir stride .ironnil Stine Tourncy time :ind proceed- :al to win ll plums in the lic-urls of lwzlsket- lmll l-11118 :ill mtl' llic Slnlc willi llic supcrior typc of lull plnycal aluring tlic umirc lnnrnznncnl. 'l'lic l'l1lglCS cziptnrcal llic Scrliolinl crown caisily alter ll rough slzirl in wliicli lli: Riley Cossnclis wcrc cliininziluil in :in ovcrliinc. XV1 L Ullcr Crcvli. anal Cllcnn licll nnclcr llic liuglcs' llXL'Lll1Ll Gzirliiclil cxirriccl lmnic llic ni-Ls in qi SL'L'llUIlL1l for llic lirsl li sincc IQ47. ljlLlYlll21 snpcrls lull :ill Ilia WAV. ilu- ltnglcs clowiicrl lxiscxmillc an llic Mzirlinsvillc Regional. illlll ini-n liiclar-nl nwziy nllicr crowli All ilu- cxpcnsc ol' lfllcllsvillc in ll gxnnc in wliicli llcanl-liyc "Drink" Pugh conlmlnil lniss. Going nn to S01 ll lournznncnl im-wi-il, ilu- ligiglcs lixul up lo llicir rcpnlqilinn ol' giving llic lizins llicir inoncy's worlli in .1 lfi Dllll-UYliR'l'lMli lrny an lilooininglon against Ccnlrail oi' lfvzliis villc. In lliis gains. llic liclirl-nicn ovcrcannc ll ll point clclicn xvilli 2, mining-s to go anal scnl ilu- gxinic into loin' mr-riinic pcric lwlimm- l'iYLll1SYlllL' liinailly clziilncil llic victory. lt' wisliing cnnlil liglxu clonal il, we wunlml lizlu' luin L'CQ1llSCL'XCl'y lzin in Llizn lfivlnlliuiisc fi-xrupi llins l'X'lIlSYlllL'l was sriuiriiiiigg lor Cygirliclml. George Miller receiiecl the Clmrles Ziinineruiziit .Xwztrrl for the most vgtluzihle ligtslxetlmll plgtver ol' the srpison. Dick Cross, l'1'esi1lent ol the U. Meifs Cluh. makes tlit- .iwzirtl LII tht- .iunugzl Motliers lfluh Ilniiqtlet. Walter "Dunk" Pugh ulziitiietl the Free 'I'hr0w Shooting Cligimpionship ior IQSl'S1 with ll recorrl 00.0 percentage, ll miirk which will give Unr- field nem-rs somelliing to shoot git for vuirs to come. Garfield played at total of 20 games, winning IQ and losing 7, scoring ISZI points against their opponents IIQO. The Purple liztgles racked up at shooting percentage Quveraigej ot 31 W, an ztdmirzthle record in any IN1lll.S hook. The points- per-gzune average of the Eagles was 50.8, at good offensive average. Miller claimed high scoring honors for the season with 290 points, Pugh :1 close second with 283, and Kalen following on his heels with 280. Scott. at sophomore, passed the 200 mark with ll 206 total. Row 1: l. Smith, C. Kehrt, l. McGuinness, l. Bondi, D. Turner, R. Thornton, R. Shew. Row 2: C. Green, L, Sonner, R. Forbes, L. Zwerner, R. Holler, l. Ellsberry, P. Disney, G. Wilson. Row 3: D. Gundiff, T. Geary, W. Sickles, B. Lumsdon, T. Ranes, D. Hage. T If I3 IQIDLE EAIELETS Gnrliieltls Purple Eziglets. couched hy Mr. George Yzteger, were winners during the year ol' the le lnvittitionnl 'l'0Lll'l1lllNt'ITI, the only tourney in which the younger hoys participate. Compiling an excellent record of I2 wins against 6 losses, the Englets provitlecl some thrilling eurtun raiser shows. The inatin function of this group is, however, to provide experience lor those hoys vv ho will make up Gztrlieltl varsity squads ol' the future. Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield f20 A50 -25 -32 -31 -41 -311 -30 . is run rnunnsii -35 -27 SEASON RECORD IQSI - S2 Bloomington-18 Bicknell-34 Wiley-27 Sullivan-20 Linton-47 Dugger-22 . Tech-29 . GlennA-20 Clint0ni32 Brazil-15 Won 12 Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Garfield Lust -29 Vincennesg37 -20 Greencastle-18 A32 Howe4l2 w24 . Brazil-33 f28 StateA32 -27 . .Clinfonf20 -28 Otter Greek-24 S33 Crawfordsville-30 BASEBALL: Row 1: R. Norris, S. Owens, P. Scully, E. Jenkins, W. Pugh, 1. Bondi, D. Nicoson, R. Kalen, D. Smock, B. Spence, l. Ellsberry. Row 2: Mr. Dischinger, G. Miller, R. Hubbard, W. Paton, G. Kline, R. Szlanfuht, G. Jones, L. Rodabaugh, T. Geary, C. Kehrt, W. Bohn, l. McGuiness, l. Ballinger, R. Gourdouze, D. Hake, W. Lumsdom. SDIQI GULF: B. Holler, G, Gilfel, G. Eberhart, C. Kehrt, W. Sickles, l. Clark, T. Templeton. TENNIS: L. Zwerner, l. Nichols, Coach Kehrt, D. Scott, B. Brleden baugh, l. Smith. CRUSS CUUNTRY: l, Boyd, l, Hills, E. Rowley, E. len- kins, l. Silcott. SID DTS Sv Sutton :mtl .Xl plvlltlllllhtlll, Cn-Cuptuim of the Trucla Train. pusc with thc VVcstcrn Imliuna Con- l'Cl't'I'lCL' Runner-Up Trophy. TRACK: Row 1: Dean Nicoson, G. Wilson, T, Walwick, M. Strassler, P. Ostling, l. McLaughlin, D. Starr, R. Meissel, C Baker, 1. Adams, W. Shriner, Row 2: Mr. Yeager, T. Coldwell, l. Clark, D. Turner, C. Green, P. Disney, D. Hatfield, V. lesser, S. Sutton, A. Thompson, B Bolinger, D. Scott, D. lennings, E. Rowley, lim Bondi, 1. Hills, T. Ranes, W. Cliezem, l. Russel, H. Tyler. TENNIS: l. Stergar, E. 0'Donnell, D Brown, C. Trump, C. Rodie. Walters. Blackmore, M. Kosco, l. McMillin, E. Ward. IEIIQLS' SDDIQTS Sports activity for the girls of Garfield is carried on under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Schaller, Director of Physical Education for girls. The girls participate in a varied program of sports through their classwork in gym, through intra-mural games, and through their participation in G. A. A. sponsored activities. During the months when the Weather allows outdoor activity, the girls engage in soft- ball, tennis, and track. Softball play-days, track meets, and tennis tournaments are held within the school and in competition with the girls from other city schools. BASEBALL: E. Ward, l. Stergar, M. Zuko- kas, l. Blackmore, A. Grady, A. lohnson, L. TRACK: B. Brossman, R. Williams, K. THE CHAMPS! Row 1: S. Cold- erbank, A. Johnson, K, Tetrick. Row 2: L. Walters, M. Wil- liams, S. Hales. RUNNERS-UP lBY1 POINTl Row 1: C. Hickman, G. Houpt. Row 2. M. A. Hughes, D. Nolte, l. McCain. Row 3. Basketball occupied the attention of the girls during the winter inontlis, the cliinaixing activity being the inter-class tournament held during the latter part ol' March. ln tlie liirst round ol tourninnent play. tlie Seniors defeated tlie lfreslnnen, wliile the luniors disposed ol' the Soplioinores. The cluunpionsliip gzune, ll bitterly lougln ulliiir. found the luniors wearing the title of "Cliinnps" by Ll inere one-point decision over the Seniors. ln addition to tlie clnss tourneys. Al scliedule of gzunes was played oil in tlie pliysicnl ed- ucation classes in order to provide inore interest in tlie competition. lfroin tlie outstanding players in these gznnes, tlie class teams were cliosen. L. Mann, C, Crow. BOWLING-Row 1: E. Dierdorf, R. Ritt- man, L. Clarke, Row 2: S. McDonald, l. Hast- ings, P. Cluder, V. lones, 1. Nipple, Row 3, A. Johnson, 1. Mclilone, 1. Blackmore. PING PONG-R. Gross, K. Blackmore, M Bullard, P. Brennan, A. Redmon, 1. Blackmore HOCKEY-N. Estes, P. Carroll, M. Zuko- kas, l. Cleveland, B. Robhs, Y. McCain, P. Bridgewater. During the fall months, hockey was a popular sport with the Garfield girls, while the winter months found them busy with ping pong and bowling for those who had major interests other than basketball. Several ping pong tourneys were played in the gym and much interest was aroused in this type of play. Bowling activity was mostly confined to the Health Bowl Where duckpin bowling was the order of the day. However, a number of the girls were in- vited to participate as booster girls for the local women's bowling tournament. and found it to be great sport. QLAIIEI Bondi, Boruff, Boyd, Bragdon, Breidenbaugh Joseph Ronald Bethel John Jesse Susan Lynette Barry Ellis Brown, Allan Lee Brown, Elizabeth Sue Paul Mason, Treasurer, Marilyn Cooper, Secretary, Jerry Pruitt, Vice-President. Brune, Burns, Burton, Cartwright, Cash, William Franklin Margaret Ann Richard Jerome Sharon Elaine Jack Gene Cash, Childress, Clark, Compton, Cooper, Jane Lee Barbara Jean Jackie Lee Charles Luther Marilyn Sue Copra, Anne Ellen Cottom, Patsy Lee Senior Sponsors - Miss Lammers, Mrs. Wasson, Miss Miss Parker, Miss Martin, Miss Jaenisch, Mr. Kehrt. Crow, Danner, Davis, Eberhart, Edwards, Carol Faith Shirley Ann Letitia Dianne George Malcolm Joseph Lorenzo Everly, Findley, Foltz, Fortner, Foster, Rita June Marjorie Joan Allen Lee Barbara Jean Rosalie B. Gallagher, Patrick Franklin 1 Gasaway, Margaret Louise Diplomas - and in January too! Gott, Gourdouze, Grantham, Greggs, Hart, Jackie Lee Roger Michael John Shane Barbara Nadine Morris Olan Harvey, Hayden, Hayward, Hayward, Hickman, Carolyn Rose Velma Jean Charles Richard Richard Lee Carolyn Imogene Hills, Jack Ervin "Smith Family Argument!" Holdaway, Holman, Hood, Houpt, Houston, Gayle Jeanne Robert Eugene Beverly Ann Georgia Mae Rosemary 5 il Hill, Shirley Ann Q Q SE F so Q E 'x 3 5 Q 2 Q 2 2 X S 22 ?'i X SX .,.:: A X Q X X as s N X. X X 555. X is Nw RQ xl Q '.,,XQ.w,X:.f. "':I. 5 '1:"fr::: -,.:: I 115551.55 -rllr ::"1:"f' x ,..::-,::::: Q X.:-.X X X a xg ik 2 X we X X3 XX xlwigfs :xx ASR X 'K Q f 31XXgXgx Q gsyfigw. X XX Nwxxrlbwwq Q -sagiiw? NN TPMQ X-5.35 53 NSSNX Q X ,Qs vs X xy NRS Q fww S X X ,Q 3. .. ..,,.,. I . W X X X X x X "" :EEI1::EEE"E5" px J x A x X 5 U' .. -::.. 45:2 F, 'Q-'f':. ' ' X ix :X X WA ,X , ,.,. .XT wg - "" ' X NNY , X-Q' . . .XX .WX X X .X X A X Q X X x 1 K .. X. X x Q X vc Bt w Q X X S was Q X .X . 5 X 3 GX. .... . W-A S x V 3 ,QX Xa Xw 4X A .iff ....X,... W 12 Y Q if X 32:52 If - .' iff' .: sf :,s.Xg,5.. N? .:5 .. .,:s Y xv.. Xi xi X? fi ,QM Av X' 5 f tis" . xx X YQ , isis Q Q Q M? H 629' X-.sms X asv A -Q -N sr XQXSMXX, 3 W... NSN' X S 5 ,. . Maw A 1 wx is ....MX...X 5 Latham, Loser, Lucas, Mace, Mann, Shirley Sue Nancy Jane Patricia Lucille Roy Donald Lula Bell Mason, Paul Robert McCain, Joan Hail to the Queen! McCullough, Mellon, Miller, Miller, Nicoson, Mary Catherine Janet Louise George Edward Mariiune David F. Nicoson, Nipple, Nolte, Overton, Perkins, Dean Eugene Karl Donna Sue Lonnie Okia Carol Jeanne Peters, Peggy Joan Petty, Janice Marie Be Happy - Go Benny! Pruitt, Pugh, Raehn, Rector, Reidy, Gerald Everett Walter Louis Sandra Jane Mary Lou Sheila Diane Richards, Rodabaugh, Rodie, Rogers, Rowley, Raymond Paul Lawrence Eugene Martha Elizabeth Jackie Joe Edward Russell, Clifford Leon Ryan, Mary Jane "Five foot three, 652: - next! Go back to class!" Sandlin, Sickles, Skirvin, Smock, Smock, Ray Leith Karl Frederick Patricia Jane Donald Charles Ronald Ellis Steele, Stewart, Tallon, Thomas, Thomas, Robert Jack Rose Marie Catherine Marie Carolyn Sue Mary Elizabeth Thomas, Shirley Helen Turner, Elizabeth Kay Farewell Assembly Committee shifts to high gear. nz Tyler, West, Wickersham, Yansky, Herschel Edwin Mary Margaret Marilyn Barbara Ruth left to right: Row 1: Annabelle Baldridge, Shirley Hill, Mary Elizabeth Thomas, Anne Copra, Marilyn Cooper, Carol Crow, Susan Bragdon, Donna Nolte. Row 2: Barbara Fortner, Mary Alice Hughes, David Nicoson, Robert Bolinger, Roy Kalen, Charles Hayward, Paul Mason, lack Boyd, lack Hills, Edward lenkins, Carol Perkins, Bethel Boruff. NATIUNA HDNUIQ SUCIET Each year, out of the upper third of the class scholastically, 1572 of the graduating class are chosen, by vote of the faculty for membership in the National Honor Society. Scholarship, service, leadership, and character are the bases of choice. O Now, after four years of hard work, we who are graduating have reached the goal We set for ourselves and we wish to review our last and most important school year. As the first event of the year, the Iamboree, Cathy Tallon scored a hit as "Most Popular Senior Girl." Queen Donna Nolte reigned over the Thanksgiving Day festivities, attended by Ianet Mellon. All during' the year President Dave Nicoson ably guided the class along the way assisted by Vice-President Ierry Pruitt, Secretary Marilyn Cooper, and Treasurer, Paul Mason. In December, the Class Play, "Meet Me In St. Louis," claimed attention and was written down in Garfield stage history as a roaring success. The class sponsors, Mrs. Wasson, Miss Parker, Miss Iaenisch, Miss Martin, and Mr. Kehrt, patiently helped us through our many activities. Now, after four years, we have at last reached our goal- graduation. But in graduating, we have not only gained academic value, we have also gained a spirit and fortitude which only Garfield could give us. Gary Jones, President, Tom Coldwell, ViceYPresidentp Allan Thompson, Treasurer, Mary Lou Cooke, Secretary. ASS I 953 Class rings, "Daisy VVon'l Tell", autl tlie proni were olwieets of tlaytlreanis lor tlie class ol' Hg. liarly in tlie year, Mary Kay Ifiselier was eliosen the "Most Popular Girl", and Iutly XVliite was attenclant to tlie queen. The sponsoring committee was eomposetl ol: Miss Smyres, Miss Ifroelv, Miss Harris, Mrs. .'Xtlains, and Mr. Diseliinger. wi- Q' -f Aviv ien spring eaine, Daisy on't Tell" lurnislietl the first eases of stage lriglit, but was a successful sliow financially anal in every other way. liut now tlie tliouglils ol juniors are oeeupietl witli plans lor next year aurl tlie yellow corals. Adams, Richard Albright, Norma Anderson, Lloyd Armstrong, Beverly Ascherman, Ronnie Baker, Jerry Barborick, Donna Barfenbach, Phyllis Bell, Joellen Bigush, Donna 87 Black, Mary Angela Blade, Charles Boardman, Jack Bohn, William Bon Duranl, J Bonte, Don Borders, Betty Braun, Ernesl Brown, James Byers, Nancy Carosi, Rcna Chczem, William Clarke, Louise Cluder, Phylis Colderbank, So Coldwell, Tam Cooke, Mary Lou Cooprider, Alberta Cox, Ann Crank, Nancy Davis, Freda Derry, Jack Diehl, Phillip Drake, Carole Dunn, Latimer Early, James Edwards, Violet Ellioll, Mary Farah, Shirley Fielder, Pal Fischer, Mary Kay Foley, John Frew, Phyllis Fuchs, Peggy Fulford, Phyllis CUEDC ndra Fuson, David Glasgow, Henry Grady, Anna Gray, Joanna Green, Bill Hales, Shirley Hall, Fred Hankins, Madonna Hastings, Janet Hatfield, Don Hayhurst, Howard Hullen, Carolyn Jesser, Victor Jewell, Delores Johnson, Ann Jones, Gary Kackley, Richard Kelley, John Kennedy, Phyllis Kohl, Wayne Lanke, John Leachmon, Gail Lemrich, Edward Lincoln, Kenneth Locke, Bob Maxwell, Harlean McDonald, Suzanne McGlone, Joyce Meneely, Helen Morse, Rulh Mullen, Elnora Murphy, June Nichols, John Nicoson, Sharon Owens, Stanley w-. '- X , ::: 4 :a:. sw xg : - ,,,. J Q i ""i J :'ii Q "" e- ,.r,.. 1 :jig W x it "W " .,.,. :--- 1 ,. ji,iq we Q , --e- D we W ,.:,. 1 Z., . L Q 5 , ' ' 2 i Q , ii ' ":' "::::: if Q ' " " 'A 'I ""' 1 EA fs E 1 5 S A Q , .,.,,. ,Wk K x X f Www X. Y as 'B 5 2 5 fl' . V If E , xv I WIP' - A ,M lglfi' Plea Iiz f iiz SWK Paige, Ronnie Paterscak, Jack Pearson, Kenneth Petry, Maiorie Poole, John Pugh, Gretchen Scully, Pat Seville, Marilyn Shepherd, Don E. Shirley, Sheldon Shriner, Mary Silcott, John Smith, Brenda Snoddy, Ronnie Snow, Catherine Stapleton, Anita Stith, Barbara Sullivan, Lou Anne Sutton, Sylvester Szlanfuht, Robert Taylor, Barbara Tennis, Pat Tetrick, Kay Thomas, Larry Thompson, Allen Thornton, Linda VanKirch, Edwina Walters, Linda Warnock, Norma Weeks, Bob White, Judy Wilbur, Betty Williams, Martha Woener, Joan Yowell, John lNat pictured - Bill Dawsonl Adams, Mary Kay Akers, Geraldine Ansfead, Deloris Asbury, Sue Barnhart, Ronnie Black, Juanita ASS 1954 Blade, Gloria Bondi, Jim Borah, Borah Botner, Ronnie Braun, Shirley Brough, Mariery Brownson, Robert Burroughs, Deanne Buffs, Jim Carpenter, Fred Carroll, Paula Carly, Jim Chance, Herman Clark, Kielh Cleveland, JoAnn Clough, Jack Cooke, Arlene Criss, Ronnie Cronk, Marilyn Cundiff, David Dempster, Sue Left tn right: Tom Myers, Don Gibbs, Don Scott, Wilbur Steete. Tlic kcy to succcss in any organization is .1 gootl lilllilllfllll Sllllltllllg, :incl tlic soplioniorc :lass stzlrtctl tlicir OI'3,f1llliXL'Cl iiigli school ctirccr. lvouncl for success, by sponsoring at tizincc. Tliosc choscn to lczul thc class for tlic yL'lll"S ztctivitics wcrc: llon Scott, prcsitlcntg VVillwur Stcclc, Vice-Prcsitlcntq Don Icnnings, Sccrc- tziryg :intl Tom Mycrs, 'l1I'L'llSllft'I'. Guiding tlicin along tlit-ir way was tlit-ir faculty sponsoring coinrnittcc coinposctl ol.: Miss liclly, Miss l.z1tt:l. Mrs. Conroy, Miss ficorgc, :mai Mrs. St-lmllt-r. Dietz, La Donna Disney, Paul Dunfee, Alice Edwards, Estelle Ellsberry, Jim England Mary Engles, Mary Lu Fanning, Herman Faris, Ann Felts, Pat Ferree, Mary Ferree, Warren Findley, Kothryn Fitzpatrick, Raymond Fitzsimmons, Claudia Forbes, Robert Fulford, Marilyn Gayer, Dick Galloway, Ann Geary, Tom Gibbs, Don Giffel, Gary Gill, Alice Guthrie, Carol Hagemier, Shirley Hake, Don Hall, Verna Jean Harding, Lois Hartman, Donna Harvey, Norma Hauser, Jock Holler, Bob Horn, Judy Isaac, Billie Rose Jackson, Helen Jennings, Don Jent, Yvonne Jewell, Juanita Johnson, Fred Jones, Virginia Kaufman, Marti Kelly, Ted Kendall, Kelley, Mary Pat King, Doris Kirk, Jerry Kline, Glenn Kosco, Margaret Laughrey, Shirley Loybold, Kay Lenne, Louis Lowder, Don Lumsdon, Bill Lutes, Sharon Valdon, Carolyn Walker, Sally White, Sally Whitman, Naomi Williams, Rosemariie Wilson, Gene Wright, Mike lwerner, Lenny 93 Mansard, Bill McKee, Marilyn McKee, Mary McKiIlop, Norma McMillin, Wanitta Monninger, Patty Murray, Bill Myers, Tom Newport, Barbara Norris, Ray 0'Donnell, Elizabetl' Owens, Bradley Paton, Bill Pittman, Allen Puckett, Linda Ranes, Trent Redman, Kenneth Ripple, Sue Rittman, Rebecca Robbs, Betty Roberts, Bill Rodie, Carmilla Russell, Jack Sartain, Helen Scott, Don Sears, Bob Seerest, Harry Sickles, Wendell Sonner, Larry Spence, Buddy Steele, Wilbur Stergar, Joan Stevenson, Lorine Stewart, Ernest Stith, Wilma Streaker, Noel Sutherland, Jaan Swain, Marlene Taylor, Charlotte Templeton, Tom Thomas, Charlotte Thorlton, Jerry Thorp, Delores Thornton, Linda Thornton, Ralph Trainer, Arthur Vaira, Joan Wade, Bennie T Adams, Jim Anderson, Linda Annakin, Virginia Baker, Clayton Barnett, Patty Beldon, Elizabeth Bennett, Shirley Berlin, Don Black, Frederick Blackmore, Jo Blackmore, Kay Bondi, Jack Boyll, Pat Bray, Jean Brennan, Pat Bridgewater, Patty Brossman, Betty Brown, Donna Brown, Harry Bullard, Marilyn Byrne, Sharon Canine, David Chance, Jerry Chernay, Terry Cleveland, Jeanettee Compton, Dick Cravis, Carole Creasey, Margaret Crosby, Ernestine Davis, Lorraine Dennon, Don Dierdort, Edith Dietz, Sheila DisPennett, Bob Dwyer, Mary Estes, Nancy Felts, Bill Fitzsimmons, Bob Fleming, Sharon Foulkes, Jan Frerichs, Kenny Gallagher, Edward Gardner, Georganne Gatewood, Shirley Giffel, Judy Goodrich, Anna Goss, Sondra Gott, Charles Gray, Betty Green, Bill Grose, Rita Guthrie, Linda Hale, Mararet Hall, Frances gh, Barbara ipple, Janice Iorthquist, Esther Jstling, Allen Owens, Kenneth Oxford, David Palmer, Uaomi Parr, David 5 Hamrick, Jane Hastings, Patricia Hayward, Nancy Hazelfon, Shirley Helmick, Cecelia Henson, Sue Hercules, Anifa Hiatt, Stephen Hood, Willis Horsley, Marilyn Johns, Rose Marie Jones, Larka Lee Iones, Louise Joseph, Sharon Joseph, Shirley Kearschner, Dick Keep, Mary Alice Kehrt, Charles Kelsheimer, Beverly Kemp, Mariorie Killen, Wilma Kirby, Mildred Kirk, Ina Rae Kuhn, Marfyne La Folleffe, James Layman, William Le Clercq, Carolyn Lee, Odell Like, Robert Lincoln, Nancy Logue, Teresa Longo, William Madison, William Mason, Joyce Mathers, Stanley Maynard, Terry sw 2 1? McCain, Yvonne - -. I -'Z , " McGuinness, John S at yi my if at 3: ..,.. W QW K 1 Kg, gi' Mcumop, Shirley so " Q e ' D , Y A -..' ',.,QEs' '-'-'- 1 -V - McLauhlin, John 5 ,. .g i f , f , " -fb K 3 ' ,.,, ." we X. 'ig-2 , 3 e sz Meissel, Richard so X , , ,,,, - L , .ee X " is ' E1-'F5 :" :Ii 2- - ,... : . I 3-TA rv:- Maner, Belly i 'X Q ' A i, f Y - MMMWWMM Q . , S Minnick, Don X, - g is is N " L , 1: -. "-- '-1 'if . :gf f -,A Mockbee, Mary Ellen X xp new ? if "--- ' V S y Moore, Kathleen - il . 5 Q 'ff .- Morrison, Mary Lou .. Q xx M 1- . Myles, Robert ,lx 1 6, ff .WW . K ,M A "" 1 e b IQY ......,.., 1 , c gi In E , X C .,,. ' " , . 1. s , V " H - , ---'- W V ' 1 ' . f " : .. ' . Q -J' Q W X gg, X .,':' -E B lf' .:-'Ii ':': 'ff'7:E5E:E' I' -EEE" -.,:5.E'f' S- -5 "Q" gg: 5 ,S 1 ., -5. -'--' 5. ww zzv' is is Ralf ,,,. Us 5R""'afe 6 Peyton, Nancy Pugh, Marilyn Purcell, Shirley Raikes, Lillian Rauscher, Florella Rector, Harold Redman, Anna Reed, Sara Lou Riggs, Suzanne Ritchey, Annetta Ritchey, Rosetta Rabertson, Fred Rogers, Janet Rogers, William Rose, Robert Rosenthal, Carol Santilli, Helen Scott, Larry Shassere, William Shepherd, Don R. Shew, Robert Shriner, William Sipes, Stewart Smith, James Smith, Tom Smudde, Glenn Smutzki, Ceclia Sonner, Jan Sparks, Norietta Stapleton, Moran Starr, David Stevens, Albert Stevenson, Mary Lou Stewart, Edward Stone, Judy Strassler, Irwin Taylor, William Thompson, James Tiffin, Mary Jane Trump, Carolyn Turner, Don Tyler, Russell Vonderson, Sondra Walwick, Ted Ward, Evaneline Ward, Lila Webster, Julia Frank White Kenneth hlte William Williaman, John Willis Janet Woodard, Rosen Yatsko, Jack Zukokas, M1 I ADVEIQTUEIQS KS The memliers ol' the stall ol' the IQS2 Beneclictus of Garfield High School wish to express sincere th mlss to the liollowing patrons :mtl to our atlvertisicrs who have, hy their financial assistance, helped to milte this recortl ol' Garl'ieltl's history possible. lloh .Xsl Mr. :mtl Mrs. Dr. :mtl Mrs. Mr. :intl Miss RUSCLIIHI Mr. :mil Mr. anal Mr. :mil Mr. aml Mr. :mil Mr. :mil Mr. :mil Mr. Ioh Mr. aml Mrs. i Drugs Harolcl .Xrcher William 0. lialrlritlge Mrs. .Xnrly lialtesu lialtesu William liartenliach Mrs. H. I. llolinger Mrs. Antonio Bondi Mrs. Otto li. llorah Mrs. li. G. lioytl Mrs. C. O. Brown Mrs. Willaril llrown n Chinn Mrs. G. S. Chuler Mr. lames l". Conoxti Mrs. Clarls Crow Mary Curimiins lleautv Shop Mr. :mtl Mrs. Iaiiies Darnell Roi' Deere Mt-n's NVt-ar llr. and Mrs. Merle Drew llr, : iiir l Mrs. Rohert l.. Garrartl Mr. :mil Mrs. George I. liherli:irt Mr. antl Mrs. R fiss li. lilliott Miss Marv loan linglanil Mr. :intl Mrs. Clautle lfortner Dr. antl Mrs. H. li. lfuqtia Miss Margaret Harvy Mr. :mtl Mrs. Scott I. Hercules Mr. :mil Mrs. Oral Hill Mr. :mtl Mrs. T. li. Holtlaway Mr. :incl Mrs. H. H. Holman Mr. :intl Mrs. C. ll. Ht1hh:irtl Mr :incl Mrs. Virgil M. Hiiglies Mr. ancl Mrs. limile lesser Mr. :incl Mrs. lohn lohnson Kay's Flower Shop l.arrison's Pharmacy Mr, and Mrs. Glen Loser Maple Leaf Mrs. Alice Miller Mr. :intl Mrs. G. A. Monninger Mr. Iames Corbett Moore Miss lune Moore Dr. :intl Mrs. Paul Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Nicoson Miss listher Northquist Mrs, Mahel Perkins Mr. :incl Mrs. Ralph Perry Rev. and Mrs. l.. lilwt iiit l Peyton Mrs. Kathleen Pugli Dr. aml Mrs. Byron li. Price lir. R. N. Realms Mrs. Otlessa Santllin Dr. :intl Mrs. Iohn R. Showalte Mr. ancl Mrs. Iohn Smith Mr. Hugh Tallon Mr. antl Mrs. K. li. Taylor Mr. :intl Mrs. l.. M. Thomas Tressel Drug Store Trinity Methortlist Church Twelve Points Coffee Shop Twelve Points Hartlware Vartla Grocery Dr. :intl Mrs. Paul li. Zwerner I' f A MW My n f R GI-EANE R J TAILO 52360 Pick- Up Q 4 LAFAYETTE AVE - - , mwtldyd Delivery Our Own Cleaning O Complete Shirt Service C Five Stores to Serve You EBM! Plant ICE CREAM L T AJAX Iflfirff Compliments OI . . . SERVICE Y GENERAL AUTO H IAcx DINKEI., Manager Plgzllrxrergrlggcgar Be Exact . . . BODY WORK CONCRETE SUPPLY .. BURN AIAX PHONE 6.5.0. 930 Ohio sheet 910 POPLAR STREET TERRE HAUTE, IND. Terre Haute, Indian CHARLES P. o'LEAnY, President COMPLIMENTS READY MIXED CONCRETE "OF- ELECTRIC IgEACgEi'fvI 611 CII 68 hu T66 S T th d Ch t tSt t TE"-?f.lil'.Tf'5Ti?S?"A COMPANY, DIERDORF A INC. GRILL 124-130 SO. THIRD ST 1340 Lafayette Ave EUR STORAGE CCDMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE +SSTi'lAII2?+' APPROVED SANITON E CLEANER DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS PHONE c-1956 11TH AND LAFAYETTE AVE. NATIONAL TAILORS CO. SCOTT'S DX SERVICE 'nh AND LAFAYETTE AVE. Washing. Tires. GEN E'S BAKERY GEM GRILL Lubricqgion, WEDDING CAKES The Best Bdfiefies PARTY CAKES Tailored For PETIT FOURS In Food Terre Haute's AUTOMATIC Bette, Dyessed Men TRANSMISSION ssz LAFAYETTE AVE. SERVICE 1363 WABASH AVENUE 509 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute. Indiana phone C5754 PHONE C-9753 DEEP VEIN COAL EUMPANY Qwzfz., .sum and Goal! WhoIesCrIe Distributors SQTSSYSSSEES DQCR 'I ww' GUN AND ACCESSORIES GRocERlEs WABASH IIISTRIBUTING IIUMPANY 120 Non'rH 6TH ST PHONE C-6836 COMPANY 15th AND PENNSYLVANIA R. R. Call C-2527 A N D M EATS 2200 Liberty Avenue OUR SPECIALTY PAL DOGFOOD Complete Line of Guns and Accessories 1323 LAFAYETTE AVE. TERRE HAUTE, IND FT. I-IARRISGN TRAILER SALES WM. I. SAXON, Owner L I y tte Ave. d Fort Ha ' R Ph C-4443 TRAILER I-IQMES CDF DISTINCTION Dml Domers TELEVISION 1234 Wabash Avenue Phone C-2463 TERRE HAUTE. IND. Philco - Motorola CHERNAY' GRUCERY 2051 N. 19th Street PHONE c-8356 O COMPLIMENTS ,, QF , TIFFlN'S AUTO G. B. MANSFIELI CRUDE OIL . ,,,, -F PRODUCER NEXN AND USED AUTOMOBILES zov NATIONAL BUILDIN TRAILERS AEQDUSSED Ph C asoz 101 Wabash Avenu bus? - Pretty hay. 3 Y P YY W 2 Truuhles, Barry? Hur Dean. Where's Tum? - Pump and Circumstance -Two guys and a gal. MAC BROTHERS HEATING AND SHEET METAL SHOP 1032 Eighth Avenue TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA Phone C-4881 DOLPH CROSS FUNERAL HOME zoos Nolm-I 13th sr. Crawford 5973 ll With Best Wishes For Success To All Garfield Graduates From The Personnel Ot CARL Wow, INC. "You Worft Feel Sheepish In Wolfs Clothing" Herm Rassel TAILOR AND HABERDASHER .l111 Crown Hat Shop l 15 SOUTH SEVENTH ST. TERRE HAUTE. INUIANA l LEE SCHOOL SUPPLY SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT IANITOES' SUPPLIES FLOOR FINISIPIES ll I Compliments - of - OUR PLACE WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS . . . The La Salle Shop 28 NORTH SIXTH ST. Correct Dress for Women and Misses and Juniors ELMER GADBERRY Wholesale Candy BAR AND PENNY CANDY COMPLETE LINE OF IELLIES FRENCH FRIES IAMS AND PRESERVES 2039 North 'lth Street Phone H-3904 COMPLIMENTS I -QF- S. SLR. SURPLUS SALES E. S. Utterback SHEET METAL HARDWARE FURNACES BLOWERS STOKERS 1313 Lafayette Ave. PHONE C-12858 VIQUESNEYS -F Boxed Stationery Gifts Greeting Cords for all occasions BIBLESABOOKS GAMES Two COMPLETE S'roR:s B11 OHIO STREET 644 WABASH O Buy BELL BREAD It's Better O Bowl For Health At The HEALTH BOWL IOL AND DOROTHY GRAY 1222-24 LAFAYETTE AVE Phone C-6483 Compliments Y of -,- OWL CUT RATE 1242 LAFAYETTE AVENUE Compliments .- - Moron sxnnsss. mc. 128 cr-IERRY STREET TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA 2... Bum! HAM - SAUSAGE - BACON - LARD From the Banks oi the Wabash U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTION FOR YOUR PROTECTION I-IUME PACKING CUMPANY SMUDDE'S GROCERY GROCERIES MEATS CANDY AND ICE CREAM 438 N. 13th Street TERRE HAUTE, IND. Telephone C-0051 Rent or Sole Compliments TYPEWRITERS' All Makes and Models - of 1 OFFICE EOUIPMENT C A5ESf1.tf3S?i2ES FIIIIUATEHIA and Repair Service G. W. WRING 603 NORTH 7TH sT. Phone C-3044 2307 N. 13th Street THE STORE WHERE SELF SERVICE MEANS SAVE 7am .2694 paul Shop . PANTS SWEATERS . JACKETS new waz, lfze fewff 613 Wabash Avenue gem? Black Emblem of tt Quality Compliments andaxhite 1 M Of- W Yellow P I t Cab Co. U Gln E I DR' Cabs Dispatched O name by Two-Way Rudi Serving the O 0 Varnish Twelve Points Area 1109 Wabash Avenue 0 Wallpaper C-5064 - C-1313 Artist Supplies SMITH-ALSOP PAINT 8: VARNISII C0. on PAINT MAKERS" I-IERM ERMISCI-I CLEANERS Terre Haute, Indiana 4 CONVENIENT STATIONS: 104-616-1217 Wabash Av dllS hS hStreet BRANCH llth and Lafayette Ave. 1 1l MILLER-PAHHUTT BAKING UUMPANY TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- . Chow time-Setting pertty- "Cheese" Our director - Right un her heels. Gay Nineties7 - A Spanish class' - Sluggin' Sam 9 Compliments HTTITH JACKSUN Powm.-srnrmznsou 24 North Sth Street TERRE HAUTE, IND. PACKARD INC. 625 Poplar Street LUMBER CUMPANY 2723 South Seventh Street YQUR Phone C-5041 AUTHORIZED Phone C4190 Phone C-445 PACKARD ., DEALER H. H. HIGHMUNIJ CHRYSLER AIRTEMP AND GREEN COLONIAL GAS. OIL AND COAL FURNACES SHEET METAL WORK FURNACE REPAIRING 1722 South 7th St. TELEPHONE C-7351 PAITSON BROS. Bakery - Grocery Meats 15TH AND LOCUST "FAMOUS FOR FINE FOODS" For That Special Occasion - Don't Forget The Cake EMMETT F. SIPES DRUGGIST S E CORNER LAFAYETTE AND WOODLEY AVENUES Terre Haute. Indiana l Appearance Assured In Apparel from T 0 ' 3 636 Wabash Avenue HARDWARE MIDWEST RAUIU HUBEHT THUMPSUN nqles - A. Mason - E. Eng AND , D 1 I cn' EU ef U S SMCLAIR FURNITURE Phone C-7618 PRODUCTS REPAIRING, WHOLESALE REFINISHING, AUTOMOTIVE RADIO AND 1146 Lafayette Ave. UPHOLSTERY EQUIPMENT TELEVISION TERRE HAUTE, IND. lm UNIDEN 930-940 CHESTNUT STREET S Terre Haute Ind TERRE HAUTE, IND. SERVICE c-9115-Phone-c-9115 PHONE cms CRESCENT WALL PAPER CLEANER I ' - OF - Made In VALENTINE Terre Haute On THE BANKS or THE WABASH MEAT PACKERS SM? Qjanffiefcf Zzicauw Ship JN -l-T-i ..l..i11 MI-LADY DRESS SHOP 1275 Maple Avenue GONVINE PRODUCTS GUARANTEE ROOFING CO.. INC. JOHN D. ENNIS. Pres. ROOFING SIDING HEATING INSULATION CONTRACTORS Business Phone C-9501 Residence Phone C-3790 GILLIS DRUG STORES Down Town Terre Haute ---- zo N 11 s ' ' " ' TERRE HAu'rE IND COLLETT . P Headquarters for C 1, t Omp 1men S M BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS - of - L. L. GRANT, PIOPIIOIOY BUESCHER, REYNOLDS, SELMAR, EVERYTHING PEDLAR, ARMSTRONG, HAYNES, FCQXDIDS SLINGERLAND DRUMS AND AUCTIO i--" PIANOS AND ORGANS FT99 DQHVGYY .'.. Terre Haute, Ind. Niitg, 115-2?:3en We Repair All Makes of Instruments . Instruments Rented Golf-PEIZWSNTS We Carry A Complete Stock of Sheet Music H And Instruction Method F - CLEANERS 20 CONVENIEN1' OFFIQ 12111 and Wabash CHARLES L. SEWARD OLIVE H. WILSON M i om 6 d Pla TERR1-: HAUTE, IND. 307 Wabash Avenue 20 s th 5th st get C ll C7336 L,-, , ... , . . . W. A. FHEAD COMPLIMENTS EVERYBODY LHQES Compliments GU., ING. 'OF' 'Of' . BORDENS WILLOUGHB Ciqs OO S O en res SERVICE Fl G F1 t A G ld C t SHOE FOI, HOIHO Dee I Sf-rv-we-irx1fwc 2 TU uQMMI1IL O71 NORTH 13TH Elmerick Brothers GROCERIES AND MEATS FREE DELIVERY 1901 North 9th St. Phone C-5037 Repairing, Music Lessons, Supplies WARREN HENDERSON STUDIO MUSIC STORE Kinq Band Instruments Accordions - -- Guiicrrs Leidy cmd Ludwig Drums PHONE C-4421 21 South 13th Street ADVANCE ELECTRIC COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS OF GENERAL ELECTRIC PRODUCTS ' TI-IE COMPLIMENTS - OF - IIISTHIBUIING INN GARFIELD CLEANERS GUMPANY I 1306 Maple Avenue 7oo NORTH 13-rn sT. TERRE HAUTE, IND. 1274 Lafayette We Serve The Best Italian -- American Food Make it pretty - Harmony? - Playing games. - Present, Miss Becherer? Gab session - Une-two sing! - Keep an eye on 'em, Chuck. EDWARD S. LAMMERS COMPL MENTS Compizmems 12 Pgimg PAINT 5. GLASS TOP- O V R d COMPANY, INC. I ERMISCH em' V1::.Q':'.::::::z71:3T' Bfanham S MY Store TE ggggz Ten Cent O Store ALLJEISZIIZZSSTAR EDWARD S. LAMMEEQ QQQQQD H LMMEHS 1246 Lafayette Ave. S LAMMERS ' l dll. .fw 'M ATHLETIC GOODS CO., Inc. OUTFITTERS TO CHAMPIONS POR OVER A OUARTER OF A CENTURY Three Floors Eighth cmd Wabash ABEL Granville's - GRAHAM "Wgiy,f,i.i3wi:g 'f AND Beauty GRAIN Wifggm, CREAL Salon COMPANY THE U?5?5?i555D LAWQNSEEEDS FA T RY TO 113 NoR'rH SEVENTH STR! 2903 Wabash Avenue 'l"l"l!Dlf' YJKTYTI' TKYTN 2064 N. 13th STREET AT1-I AND POPLAR STREETS COMPLIMENTS - QF - ll 6645.65 BUTTLING CUMPANY 924 Lafayette Avenue CONGRATULATIONS SEN IORS Moy Your Lite Be Filled With Nothing But the Best ot Everything! WRIGHT 85 STREET, INC. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS L. E. Abbott, Representative Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewel y Commencement Invitations and Diplomas, Commercial Service Awards, Medals and Trophies "Fine Jewelry Since 1903" l 7 1 1 CARL N. MILLER EEAL ESTATE - LCANS I u I I INSURANCE I . .t ' PHONE CRAWFORD aaos 229 South 5th Street Graf 8: PAITQUNS S W. I-I. MAE1-ILING ons COMPANY RUUFING gb -- SIDINTI cn. DRUGS REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE ' 1-- FINANCING--MORTGAGE LOANS 34 N. 12TH STREET SERVING THE --- PHONE 02869 NEIGSSIQFPEEOOD 514 Cherry Street TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA 6 Locust sts. --'-- . "MEET ME BGB MAEHLING, Garfield '42 AT GRAFSH Congratulations, Seniors BRYANT AUTOMA' - - - - - HEATING Let the Pup Be Furnace Man and Water Boy T01 COMMERCIAL UF fFih'Eh?2iil0i50Eig INDIANA, BRYANT DEALE12 WU- BRYANT- 5th and Wabash Avenue 541 NORTH F,FTH S... COMPANY PHONE C2738 - ---- INDIANAPOLIS, IN I W al i Smiles - the champs -I and Happy Valentine's Day to you - look purty! Daisy and Dave - pretty trio - Nancy! But where's the tan? - and then there's health A visitor from Korea - Scrub boys - Is this a party? SANPS NORTH coMPuMENTs SIDE ?OPCORN BAKERY BEATTY'S STAND REBUILDER .. MARKET RALPH W. CHAPPELLE SERVICE ALL KIND-9 OF 1416 LAFAYETTE AVENUE 1258 LAFAYETTE Av PASTRIES phone C3554 .222 Lafayette Ave. , . EERE HAUTE' IND' T C L I 1245 LAFAYETTE AVENUE 0 GAEEIELD HEADQUARTERS ECE Diamonds . . . Watches . . . lewelry . . . China Glass . . . Gifts . . . Silverware ' ' El uAur:'s Mosr uurenssrluc s I 612 WABASH AVE. Buy Nationally Advertised Watches Including Bulova . . . Gruen . . . Hamilton . . . Elgin . . . Longine On l-lillman's Budget Pay Plan At No Extra Cost C Compliments qof, A FRIEND ARMSTRONG - WALKER LUIVIBER CGIVIPANY, INC. ELEVENTH AND SPRUCE STREET TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA I Telephone Crawford 3367 VARDA ELECTRIC O Electrical Appliances Electrical Contractz g 1228 Lafayette Avenue Phone C-1874 I I I I I BEST WISHES FROM I III I II I I I I I I , I I I I I I II I I I I II I I! II I I I I I I I I I I Terre Haute's T Largest Leading ' i Fashion Centre i EOR THE BEST IN BIOYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS SAYHE 81 IIIIMPANY, ING. THE HOME OF THE DUPLEX 4th and Ohio Streets Phone C-5279 BELDON PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. q...........-...........-.... -,.........-...........-...............g. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -1- - '-'- -- '1-' - ---- - -'-' - '-A' - 1--' -I--r nlnu.-lun...-n-um 501-3 South Third Street TERRE HAUTE. IND. Telephone C-2701 WESTS DRUG STORE The North Side Prescription Store On The Corner MODEL MILK AND ICE CREAM COMPANY. INC. I Coripiinfnts E. W. Meiss THE GROCERIES BEAUTY AND NQQK MEATS sin NORTH vm STREET TELEPHONE C-2324 RUTH TAYLOR, Proprietor Phone C-4225 2401 North 13th Str Phone C-3418 Since 1901 """ 2004 North 12th St. United A1110 TERRE HAUTE . -..- Electric LARRY DEAN MONUMENT - "" T "" - "" - "" T "" T "" T "" - Company, Inc. GULF COMPANY Cgmplimgntg HOMER C. STOCK SERVICE 109-1 1 1 Wabash Avenue A A ot 4 RALPH T. PLEASANT CECIL A BENIAMIN Specialized Auto S ervice ..i-iii,- I C-3543 112-116 No. Fiith St. ROAD SERVICE Phone C-9130 1298 LAFAYETTE AVE. Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Indiana MARY M. HOLLIS ROBERT L. HOLLIS IAMES' N. HOLLIS MARTHA HOLLIS CALL Memorials GARFIELI TI-IEATR I -....-,...-.,..-....-....-....-....-....- COMPLIMENTS .. QF- 12 PUINTS IHILDREWS 8: LADIES SHUP 1276 Lafayette Ave. WEBERWS Retailors of Authentic Reproductions of Fine Furniture 2601 Wabash Avenue I-IYLAN D LAUNDRY Family Laundry Bachelor Laundry Dry Cleaning Make Our Phone Line Your Clothes Line zaas NORTH 15V2 STREET Phone C-8765 Virgil M. Hughes 1i i-li ACCOUNTANT TAX CONSULTANT GENERAL INSURANCE 1249 MAPLE AVENUE Phone C-4025 Compliments I-IILL'S SN APPY SERVICE Yea, team!-Pep from the hig boys!-Swish, twu points! Homeward hound - Four of a kind - The buss - High kick The old vang - Buddies - Dreamer - The authors! o Compliments 0 TERRE I-IAUTE DISTRICT AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION ADAMS-PONTIAC, INC. DAHL MOTORS DOWNTOWN CHEVROLET SALES, INC. GASAWAY MOTOR COMPANY GHEEN :Sf RAMP, INC. KEY AUTO SALES, INC. IOHN HAYS FORD SALES, INC. MACE SERVICE, INC. MOORE'S AUTO EXCHANGE, INC. RANES-O'DANIEL, INC. SENTERS MOTOR CO., INC. SHANKS MOTOR CO. LATI-IAlVl'S GROCERY HELEN LATHAM. Proprietor 2800 Main Street LAFAYETTE, IND. Tl-IE D. M. CLEANERS "THE DEPENDABLE MULTI- CHECK SERVICE" Pick-Up and Delivery Service 213 SO. Grd STREET Terre Haute, Indiana PHONE C-5969 Sand . . .Washed Gravel . . . Bank Run Gravel Cement . . . Brixment Besser Vtbrapac Concrete Blocks Well and Cesspool Curlas . . Monninger Gravel Plant, Store Yard 6. Office: North 7th Street 6. Lost Creek TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA Phone Crawford 4527 Harn1u11's Ca 1462 Lafayette Ave PHONE C-9318 O GARFIELI BEAUTY SALON 1242 MAPLE AVENUE Phone C-4920 Manaqer: Olga Evei BUD TAYLllH'S SEHVIGE STATIUN OO LAFAYETTE AVENUE TERRE HAUTEQ IND. 327 u ' A' SA n l 1226 Wabash Avenu SAVINGS MAKES SENSE It's The Best Way Yet Discovered To Finance The Good Things You Want To Get In Life TWELVE POINTS BRANCH TI-IE MERCI-IAN TS NATIONAL BANK ELENUUHA Templefons THE WON DER COAL STERLIN G-MIDLAN D COAL COMPANY CHARTER TRIPS Call 446 Clinton RICAUDA STAGES Lough Brothers Roofing and Siding Company 7th AND SPRUCE STREETS PHONE C-5900 Phone C-8626 Phone C-8151 S. I-I. PAWLEY LUMBER COMPANY, INC. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS 1101 Lafayette Avenue 900 South Ninth Street KELSHAWS Coipljffms ----- El Rancho Compliments of Your U ea quarters 1725 Lafayette Ave' J ii-XBLCE41 1131-:CLZATIONQ ,, S AND PARTY SUPPLIES Complete Li Oi MEMS' WTTTT THE ,:e2,B,5':::5Ce::a2iL VEGETABLES, CURL CN TOP" SIU? O Mm, Wed., G 9-6 Tues.. Thur. 61 Sun 3201 Wabash Avenue ---- ,hh G HULMAN STS. TERRE HAUTE, IND. Phone C-2091 Back stage magic! - Ipana smile! - Now two steps left- Our heroes - The clean-up - Pals- M pl -Th k'd d g t I 'tthtf y'7 FRANK COPLAN DRUGS 13th and Maple Avenue I WE, THE PHARMACISTS, HAVE NO MAROIN EOR ERROR, NO ROOM EOR COMPROMISE WITH SCIENTIFIC AND BUSINESS INTEGRITY. Conqratulations N. E. Cor. 4th and Wabash 4, EHESTY FUUDS INC. FERGUSON 6 SON ., DECORATORS 42 U 0 P85320 DRAPERIES QQ: - wmoow SHADES fc? Q POPCORN CARPETS SALTED LINOLEUM NUTS AND I 1 KORN SLIP COVERS ,A A -A KURLS 26 North Sixth Street ry 'mms HAUTE, INDIANA 13-pH AND PLUM ST, Ph C3880 Crawford 2369 R a C2473 TERRE HAUTE, IND. Bei GUWAN BRUS. Wlshes AND GU., ING. FLORIST ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK Phone C-4451 21st at Spruce St. COMPLIMENTS K QF 4 OVERTON BARBER SHOP IN TWELVE POINTS jAgKMAN'3 WEATHER-SEAL One Stop-Car Shop MSRICRITSHP WINDOWS GAS 4 OU' AND DOORS BRAKE REPAIRING ADIUSTING Battery-Recharging the old reliable way GENERATOR, STARTER 6 IGNITION SPECIALIST Phone C-2 773 ROAD SERVICE PROVEN FIVE TIMES BETTER 1239 Wabash Avenue Phone C-5758 DON'T BREAD I-IOLSUM Good Luck - Garfield Graduates W. R. UTTERBACK SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR Business Address: Third and Ohio Iust South of the Court House CRAWFORD 6129 W. PERRY UTTERBACK W. "Bill UTTERBACK COLDWELL AND COMPANY, INC. MILL, MINE WELDING AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 601 North Fourth St. Phone C-6120 Compliments 7 of .. . I OHNSON IEWELERS AND SPORTING GOODS 1226 Lafayette Ave PHONE C-2791 E. T. Hazledine Cn. MACHINE REPAIR WELDING 6 BLACKSMITHING WROUGHT IRON HAND RAII.-S 231 S 1 S TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Compliments , C of L., PARKIVIORI HUNTER, GILLUM :S HUNTER, INC. General Insurance 15 SOUTH 7th STREET TERRE HAUTE, IND. C-1400 - c-3123 Compliments ,, of 4 Daniel Appliance Company PHILGAS DEALER Phone C-1250 1206 Wabash Ave. WATER SoFTENERs PLUMBING FIXTURES HEATING BolLERs OIL BURNERSQ STOKERS TEMPLE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 400 NORTH GRD ST. All Phones: C-3374 TEHHE HAUTE HEAVY HARDWARE GU-, ING. THE QUICKEST SHIPPERS Telephone C-3333-LD 6 545-549 No. 13th St. TERRE HAUTE. IND. C? sf GEIQAIQID MOTUIQ IEXIDIQESS Compliments - of - RICHMUND- KLINE ELECTRIC 2302 Wabash KRearl one WIRING OF ALL KINDS HERB LEACI-I ' r ' o .1 "r a -7:0 ia. Q. an ' , . cgi: 'Lv -Viv? 5533:-omg Q, , ,W B1 Quality Shop Terre Haruteis Finest Men's Store 523 Wabash Avenue CRAWFORD 5205 Wholesale and Retail Wedding and Party Cakes TWELVE POINTS BAKE SHOPPE "THE HOME OF BETTER BAKED GOODS" 1275 LAFAYETTE AVE. TERRE HAUTE, IND. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS - OF M EO, INDIANA STATE BANK BEST' OF TERRE HAUTE 1211-1215 Wabash Ave 1370 LAFAYETTE AVE. MAKE? OUR BANK YOUR Phone C-3170 FINANCIAL HEADQUARTERS Our jamitors who serve us every day in the year fancl ll lol of nightsj faithfully and well: Mrs. Akers, Mr. Church, Mr. Frcw, Mr. Hicks, and Mr. Shelton. Q N , 1, 1 +G? NJN CCQSCIUMQ 0Tf7pCf'liH'Wq plYf7+.OCH'fJI'3 w f'Xf7'f4'fp?'C',IO! OCCJSNOVW VL IS' fj'XYlfKJl,!'f V! , - flNA'll'l'l'l7! I . bw MavP,rn 'PI j X LIN IIBHHVIIIHS III IHIS BUUII IIIHDE BU X7 fl PRINTING PLATES ART WORK PHOTOSTAT COPIES pffinting is an artg . fat a Qmftsman do zt 'k 'k ir ir SC!-ICQI. ANNUALS DANCE IDQOGIQAVIS IDEIQSOIXIAI. 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Uacki .... 19, 22, 26, 38, 44, 50, 52, 71 Boyll, Patty ........,...,.,........,,,,......,, ,,,..,...,..,....,.... 4 4, 49, Bragdon, Susan ..,. 3, 6, 12, 15, 19, 22, 33, 34, 45, 47, 50, 77, 83, 84, 85, Braun, Ernest .... ....,......,...,. ..... ,.,......, ..,.........,........,. .,.. Braun, Shirley ....,...,,. .,...., , .,.,,,.....,....,..,.,,.. 4 5, 51, Bray. Jean ......... ......1,.,.. .,.,, ,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 2 Breiaenbaugn, Barry .... 10, ze, 34, 40, 45, 50, mf , , ....,.,............. 82, Brennan, Patricia ....,,,,..,..... ,,,...,,..,...... 4 6, 48, 41, 74 Bridgewater, Patricia .,,., 1 11 , ,,..,, 23, 49, 51' arossman. amy ,,....,..,, 1 ,,,,...., 4s, 49, 51, 72Z Brough, Margery 1 ,,..,.,,.,, ....,......, ,... 1 9 , 46, 47, 48, Brvwn. Allan ..,.......,,...........,....1 ,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Brown, Elizabeth iBettyi .,., 3, 16, 33, 34, 47, 49, 50 Brown, Donna 1 ........,,.. ..,1 2 3, 27, 28, 45, 49, 51, 72,' Brown, Harry .....,....,,..... 11 ,,,,,, 1, ,,,,, 11 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H 44, Brown, James Uimi ........., 111, 25, 27, 29, 30, 42, 44, grown rune, William ....,........,,. ,,... ,,.,....,. ' Bullard, Marilyn .,,,.,..,. ,,... ...,,....,., ,... 1 1 '1 Bungard, Miss Helen ......,,.............. ,....,.. Burns, Margaret ..,. 13, 22, 23, 31, 46, Burroughs, Deanne Burton, Richard .....,. 11 Butts, James iJimJ ..., BYEYS, Nancy ........,, '47"i4e"'77"'8o' , 44. 1 1 ,,...,,. 27, 281 ao, 45, 94 94 94 91 77 77 94 94 88 son, Robert ..,.,,,... ,.,......,.,...., .,,. 2 7 , 28, 44 91 77 94 11 81 91 77 91 88 94 Byrne, Sharon ..... Canine, David ,..,..., Carosi, Rena 1 ....... ,... 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Colderbank, Sondra ....., Coldwell, Thomas iToml 58, 60, 70, 71, 11 ........,.. 25, 44, 46, 74 .. ..,.,... 11, 23, 49, 50, 9, 49, 1 ..,..........,....................... 43, 11 ,......,,.,. .... 1 9, 24, 46, 74, 24, 25, 49, 73, 25, 26, 44, 47, 52, 60, 63, Compton, Charles .,.....,,.,,.,.. 13, 27, 29, 31, 32, 43, Compton, Richard ..... Conover, Mr. James F. Conroy, Mrs. Helen U. Cooke, Arlene ........... Cooke, Mary Lou ...,.,,, 82, 87, 1 ,...., ....,....... 1 11 27, 29, 30, 4, 40, 52, 11 ...,....,.. 19, 43, 44, 49, 1 ..,.. .... 2 4, 25, 49, 87, 78 Cooper, Marilyn ,,.. .... ..... 1 1 1 12, 33, 46, 77, Cooprider, Alberta ..,,, 11 ,... .,,.,.. ..., 2 5 , 47, 49, 50, Copra, Anne .,,., ,.., ..,. ....... 6 , 7 , 38, 48, 50, 78, Cottom, Patsy ,.....,,,,. ...,...........,...,,. 3 , 35, 48, 78, Cox, Ann ,,,.,,.... ...,.,,.... , ,,,..,., .... .... 2 4 , 25, 49, Cravis, Carole ............,. .... 27, 42, 48, Creasey, Margaret .......... .,,.,.,.... 4 2, 49, Criss, Ronnie ...,,.....,, ..,,... .,.. 44 , Cronk, Marilyn ,....... .,,.,.. 1 9, 48, Cronk, Nancy .,.....,,,. .,,,... .... ,....,......................,...... 4 8 , Crosby, Ernestine ,.......,.... ,.,.,,,,....,, , 11 44, 46, 49, Crow, Carol ..,.,,,,.,, ..., 3 3, 35, 36, 46, 73, 78, 83, Cundiff, David ........,,,... ,.,,.,,,,.. .... ,...., .....,..,. 5 2 , 6 9, .. p 1 Danner, Shirley ,........,.,.,, ,,., ..,. 8 , 22, 46, 49, 78, David, Dianne .... ,...., ,... 3 , 6, 11, 35, 39, 47, 48, 78, Davis, Frieda ..,.,,,... .....,,..........,,.......... 4 1, 46, 49, Davis, Lorraine ...,, ....,,.... ..., .....,.....,..................... 4 9 , Dempster, Sara iSueJ ......... ...... 1 9, 47, 49, 50, Dennon, Donald .,,.,,.,.. ....,... ..., ,..,. 2 7 , 28, Derry, Jack ......,,....,.,....... ....,...,,.,..,,...,.,. 4 4, 45, Devaney, Miss Grace .......... ..,...,.. 5 , 7, 38, 46, 51 Diehl, Phillip ................ .,.,...,,..... ........., 4 2 , Dierdorf, Edith 11 11 1 ,,.,,,, 42, 74, Dietz, LaDonna ............ .,........... ,.,.., .... 4 3 , 49, Dietz, Sheila ..,., ,... ...,,..., ..,.,,,,... ..,,,,,,,. 2 7 , 3 9, 48, Dischlnger, Mr, Donas ,.......,,., ,,...,. ....,.. 1 6 , 52, 60, 63, Disney, Paul .,.,...,,.,,.,,,..,..,...,......., 43, 52, 60, 69, 71, DisPennett, Robert iBobJ ..... ..,...,.........,...........,,........., Drake, Carole ..,..,,,,......,.,.,...... ....,. 2 4, 25, 48, 50, Duncan, Miss Nelle ,,.,.,,............ 1 7, 31, Dunfee, Alice .,.,..,..,......, .,,,..,.,,..,.......,.....,... Dunn, Latimer .,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,.. .,.....,, 3 8 , 44, 45, Dwyer, Mary Elizabeth ..,.,.........,... ..... .........,......,... 4 9 , Early, James Uiml .,,...., .1 24, 25, 26, 47, 52, 60, 82 Eberhart, George ,,,,., 14, 22, 26, 44, 52, 61, 70, Edwards, Estelle ..,,., Edwards, Joseph ,...,. Edwards, Violet ,... Elliott, Mary Frances ..,.,,. 15, 43, sz, ss, so, 1 ,.,. .,,.,,,.1.,...,..........,....,...,, 5 1, 25, as, 47, 48, Gibbs, Don ...... Giffel, Gary ..,.,.... Giffel, Judith ...,.,, Gill, Alice ......,.,.,,. Glasgow, Henry ..,. Goodrich, Anna ,.., Goss, Sandra ,,,..,,, Gott, Charles ........... Gott, Jack .....,,., ,...,. 1 11 Gourdouze, Roger ..,..., Grady, Anna ...., ..... Grantham, John .,.. 1 Gray, Betty ...,.. ,,., 39, 52, so, 91, sz, sa, ss, 70, 42, 46, as, sr, 1 ......,.,. za, 47, is, 49, 39, 42, ae, is, 11, 23, 31, az, 40, 43, 1 tt.. .,,.,,1...,,......,,....,.,1,,........ s 1, 115, za, 42, sz, ss, eo, 27, 41, 49, 51, Gray, Joanna .... ,.,.. 24, 25, 36, 45, 46, Green, Carl ,,.... ,,., 1 1 ,,... .... ,......,......, , , 43, 60, 69, Green, William ..., ..,. .... .......,. ....... 2 4 , 25, 45, 89, Greggs, Barbara ...,,.,..... .,..., ,................,..,. 1 Grose, Rita 1 Guthrie, Carol .... .... Guthrie, Linda .... .,.. Hagemeir, Shirley Hake, Don ...,..,.,. 1, Hale, Margaret ....... Hales, Shirley .1., Hall, Frances ,..... .,,,. Hall, Frederick ......,... 1 Hall, Verna Jean Hamrick, Jane .... ....,. 27, 28, 30, 46, 48, 51, 74, 19, 31, 32, 48, ig, ..H... 19, 42, 49, 11 ,... 52, 80, 69, 70, 1 1. 24, 25, 48, 73 11 .... 27, 28, 31, 46 38, 41, 43, 48 46, 48, 1144 45 49 Hankins, Madonna ,.,...,... 24, 48, 52, 61 Harding, Lois .... ,...., 1 11 ..., .........,..... 1 9, 49, Harris, Miss Louise .... 1 ..,.,.,......... 16, 42, Hart, Morris ........... 1, ...., .,.,,,..,., ...,,............. 1 . Hartman, Donna ....., ....... 1 1, 19, 48, 51, Harvey, Carolyn ..... .... .....,,... 7 , 43, 48 Harvey, Norma ....,., Hastings, Janet .... ,, Hastings, Patricia 111 Hatfield, Don .... ,..... Hauser, Jack ..,, .... Hayden, Jean ........ Hayward, Charles ,,,, Hayward, NBIICY . ..., . Hayward, Richard 11 Hazleton, Shirley 11 Helmick, Cecilia .....,.. Henson, Sue, .... ,,.. Hercules, Anita ...... 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F 1 Fanning, Herman 1111 11.1 1111111,,111111,1 111...11 2 6 , 31, 82, Farah, Shirley Ann 1111 1111 1 1 ,1111.111 36, 47, 49, Faris, Ann 1111,1111,1 1 1111 1 1111.,. 9, 47, 49, Felts, Patricia ,11,111 11111111. 4 2, 49, Felts, William 111111111111 111111 2 7, 41, Ferree, Mary Ellen 1111111 49, Ferree, Warren ...1,1.11 111111111111,.11.1111111111111 Fielder, Pat 1 ....111..1 11...11..11 1111,1111,1,1.1,11111 1 Findley, Kathryn ,111111,, 111111 1111 1..1 2 3 , 31, 32, 46, Findley, Majorie ..11111111 1111 11111 1111, 1 11.111111111111111111 1111 4 9 , Fischer, Mary Kay ,,..11 18, 24, 25, 36, 46, 48, 50, Fitzpatrick, Raymond 1111111111 111111111111.,,1111111111111 1111, 4 0 , Fitzsimmons, Claudia 1111 111111 1111 ,111, 2 3 , 31, 32, 45, 49, Fitzsimmons, Robert 1,,1.,1 11111 1111 3 1 , 39, 40, 45, Fleming, Sharon 111.1,1.1 1,111,11.11111111. 3 2, 49, Foley, John .11.1 1..11 1 1, 111111111 1111 1.11111111111111,11 1 , ,1 Foltz, Allen 11,11111111 Forbes, Robert 111111111111 Fortner, Barbara ,11,11111 1 'a,"'5a,7ali',A"5o," 79,' 1 83. Foster, Rosalie 1...1, ,.,,11 4 1, Jenkins, Edward 14, 22, 23, 31, 32, 38, 44, 52, 70, 81, Jennings, Don 1111 Jent, Yvonne 11111 11 ""' UW'111111f11111Q1111f1111111Q1''19, Jesser, Dale 11,,,.11, .1111111.111111111111111.11111.1.. 7 , Jesser, Victor 1,.1,111. 24, 25, 58, 60, Jewell, Delores 1111 ,11111 1111,,111.1,11.1......1...11,.1111.... 4 2 , Jewell, Juanita ,1.1,1,1111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111. 1 9, Johns, Rose Marie 1111 ,11.,,... 1 11,1..,1.,11....11.11111..1.11.1 1 1 Johnson, Ann 1.11 13, 24, 25, 36, 46, 49, 51, 72, Johnson, Elizabeth 11.111111111111111111111111111 111. 1 3, 49, Johnson, Fred 11.1111111, 11 11111111111111111 1111. 4 1, Johnson, Jeannine 1111 11111 11..1,1,..1111,,11.,11 3 1 , 32, Johnson, Robert 11,, ,1111111111 1111 1111 1 , 0 , 15, 23, 31, Jones, Gary 111. 25, 39, 47, 50, 52, 58, 60, 65, Jones, George 1111 111111111 111111 , , 11111,111111111111111111111. . 1 Jones, Larka Lee .,111,1..1 1111. 1 1144 Jones, Louis 1111111111 Foulkes, Jan 11111111.111 11,1111111 1 9, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, Frerichs, Kenny .1..1,.1111 1 1111111,,,,,, 7, 23, 30, 40, 41, Frew, Phyllis .1111 11111 ..,1111 111,1111.11111111.111,..1..111..111...1 4 9 , Froeb, Miss Helen ,111111111111111,1.1..111111111111111,11 11, 44, 48, Fuchs, PCEEY ----------.,,-,, ..,.......... 6 , 24. 43, 46, 48, 50, Fulford, Marilyn ..1111111111111111111,1,,11111111111,,1,,1 111111111,,,,,,, 4 5, Fulford, Phyllis ...11111111.11..1111111111.1111111111111. ....111111 4 2, 48, Fuson, David 111,11..11 9, 24, 25, 31, 32, 38, 40, 43, 50, - G - Gallagher, Ed 1111,,1...1 11,,111111111111111.111111,.,1111111111111.,1..., 4 5, Gallagher, Pat 11111111111111,11.11 8, 16, 44, 52, 58, 60, 79, Galloway, Ann 1,11111,1111.,1111111,1111111111111,1.1.11,.11 31, 32, 49, Gardner, Georganne 1111111 11..11.. ..111..1 3 1 , 41, 45, 48, Gasaway, Margaret .1,1111 11,,.111111,11111111,1111, 4 9, Gatewood, Shirley , ...111 1111.111 9 , 23, 49, 51, Gayer, Richard .... ..... ....1.,,..... 2 3 , 29, 31, Geary, Tom 111.,11111111111111,11 111.1.1 5 2, 60, 69, 70, George, Miss Erma ,,1111.,1 11..11111,.... 1 0, 19, 51, Jones, Mr. Orville 1111111 85, 92 92 94 92 89 94 94 94 79 79 89 79 94 89 71 94 79 94 92 94 92 92 94 B9 94 89 92 95 89 92 51 79 92 80 92 89 95 89 92 B0 89 30. 86 95 80 95 95 95 95 95 80 86 86 80 92 80 80 95 92 95 85 50 80 81 35, 86 89 92 92 49 51, 78 45, 50, 86 92 71, 49, 19, 71, 49, 42, 49, 73, 74, 51, so, 49, az, ss, az, 22, , 49 Jones, Virginia ,1,1111 11111 1 9, 46, 48, 51, 74, Joseph, Sharon 111111111.,1,11 111111 1111,,111111.,11 4 9 , Joseph, Shirley ,.1111 111111111111111111111.11. 4 2, 46, 49, .. K - Kackley, Richard .1111111111111111,11111,1111,,.. 11,1,1111.11111111 1 1 25, Kalen, Roy ....11 , 1, 14, 19, 44, 52, 64, 66, 67, 70, 81, Kaufman, Marti 11111111111111111.1111..1. 31, 39, 41, 46, 49, 92 81 89 89 92 95 74, 89 81 92 81 81 67, 89 81 95 95 63 92 95 95 89 86 92 a' 5"'.,r,' ,,,. , .,I f, , '?1 " ' 'J 1 f e ' ' ' 2 ' rg ,,:n.,.. rs... 1- X Kearschner, Richard Keep, Mary Alice ...,.. Kehrt, Charles .,......,.,. . .,.. .... 4 7, 52, 60, 69, 70, Kehrt, Mr. Willard ..... .,.,... 1 3, 52, 60, 63, 66, 67, Kelley, John , ,.., ,......,, . . ,.......,.. 42, 52, 58, 60, Kelley, Mary ,... ...,.. . .,,,..,......,.... 3 1, 32, 49, Kelley, Ted ........... ...,. , 27, 28, 39, 43, Kelley, Delores , ..... ..........,... ...,.... 3 9 , Kelly, Miss Inez ......... .................... 1 4, Kelsheimer, Beverly .. ....,.....,... 48, Kemp, Marporie .,,.. ,..,, ......... 4 6 , 48, Kendall, Patricia .... ........ 3 1, 41, 49, Kennedy, Phyllis ,,.. . .,..,,.., .,...... 4 9, Killen, Wilma ..,.., , ...,..,...,.. 43, King, Doris L. . ..., , ..,. ,.,,.,,, . .. Kirby, Mildred .... . ..... 31, 48, Kirk, Ina Rae ...... ,,.... 9 , 44, 46, Kirk, Jerry ,..........,... ...,...,. ..,.. 1 9 , 43, Kline, Glenn .......,........ . ..,. 27, 28, 70, Kneeves, Ardine ......... . .,,,,.... 13, 31, Kohl, Wayne ......,...,,,... ........ 4 5, 60, Kosco, Margaret ....,,.,... ..,, ................. Kuhlman, Mrs. Vera . .,,,....,. ,.., . Kuhn, Martyne .,....,e..... .,..,..,.,...,... . 46, Kyle, Jack ..,., ,... .,,., . . .,,...,.,......, ........ 1 4 , 45, - L .- LaFollette, James Uimi , ,...., .... .... ..,.,..... ...,...... . Lanke, John ....,......,....,...... .,..,..,. ..,,,,.,.. .... ......... Latham, Shirley ..,...,...., . ...... , 35, 49, 50, 82, Latta, Miss Marie .. .... ................ 1 0, 49, Laughrey, Shirley ..., .,,,. .. .... ..., ,.,. . , Laybold, Kay .,..., ,.,,, .... ,,... ,..... ......, 1 9 , 4 4 , 46, 48, 50, Layman, William , .... .,.. .....,........,,.......,.....,..,..,.,...... . Leachman, Gail .,.,.. 24, 25, 31, 32, 36, 42, 48, LeClero, Carolyn ...,.... ....,.........,,.,.,,.....,..,.,,.,,,...,......... Lee, Odell .,................ .,..,.......,......,...........................,, Lemerick, Edward ,,.. ..,,.,,...,,..., ..... 2 4 , 25, 43, Lenne, Louis ,....,.. .. ..,., .. .... 41, 52, 60, 63, 66, Llncoln, Kenneth ..... .....,..,...,...........,...,,...,... Like, Robert ........... ,..,,...,. ..,. .,,... ..,,.,,.,.....,,,,.,......., Lincoln, Nancy ..,,.....,,,.. ,. .,,,..,,. ,. ,,..,,.. ..,,....,,,,,.. . 41, Locke, Robert tBobJ 19, 25, 36, 41, 45, 52, 60, Logue, Teresa ,.......... ....,...... ..,..,...,.......,.....,,.,. 4 2 , 46, Longo, Robert ........ , .... ....., .... ...,.,,,..,........,.....,.... . Loser, Nancy .,...., .....,,,,. 4 6, 49, Lowder, Don ....... ..... 2 7, 28, 44, Lucas, Pat ....,......... ., .,,,,,....,...,, 7, 48, Lumsdon. William .,..... , ...... 52, 60, 69, 70, Lutes, Sharon ,,.,.., ..... ....,,,,,. ..,. .,.. ..., 1 9 , 4 3 , 49, - M - Mace, Don ........., .... ,..,.,,,... .... .,.,. 3 1 , 8 2, Madison, William ..,... ........ ,........ ...,.. ,.................. Mann, Lula Belle .... .... ,...., .... 1 2 , 49, 73, Mansard, Wllllam ....,..... ......... 4 3, 52, 59, 60, Martin, Miss Jessie L. .........,........,............ 9, 41, 48, Mason, Joyce .....,,,,,..,.....................,..... 44, 45, 46, 48, Mason, Paul ..,. 16, 27, 29, 30, 31, 44, 45, 77, 82, Mathers, Stanley .....,.....,.... .,,.,...., .....,..... ...,.,.,...,..,,. 4 3 , Maxwell, Harlean .,.....,......... .... 1 9, 25, 27, 47, 48, Maynard, Terry ..., ,..,, ....,,,,..,,.. ..,, ,.,.,,,.....,............ McCain, Joan ,....,.. ....... ,,....., . 7 , 43, 49, 73, 81, McCain, Yvonne ..,..,.., ,. ,.,.. ,....,....,....... 4 9, '50, 51, McClanahan, Roberta .... .................,.........,..,....,, McCulloch, Mary ....c.... . ....., ,... ..,.,,,..., ,....,,,. . McDonald, Suzanne ..,,.,.. ....................,.... . 49, 74, McGlone, Joyce .......... .. ..,. ...., ..,..,.,..,,,,,, 4 8 , 74, McGuinness, John ,,,, ,. ,........ 41, 52, 60, 69, 70, McKee, Marilyn ...,. ............,,....,... ..,..,.,.. 4 8 , McKee, Mary ..,,., .....,.... ....,,...., . W, 48, McKlllop, Norma . ,... .....,.........,...., 4 9, Mcitillop, Shirley ..... . ........,..,.,.,,,.,,...,...,.. 46, 49, McLaughlin, John ..,,,.. ..... ,... ......,,. , 4 1 , 60, 71, McMlllin, Wanitta .... ...,. ,,,.., ,,....,..... 2 7 , 29, 49, 72, Meissel, Richard ..,,..,,,,....., 26, 40, 41, 52, 60, 71, 82, Mellon, Janet .............,.,.. 21, 26, 31, 33, 46, 51, 62, Meneely, Helen ........,..,.,....................,,....,............,.. 49, Mewhlnney, Miss Erma ,....,....,,,,..... ...,,.........,.....,, 1 2, Miller, Betty ,......, ,...., ,...,.. .....,.,............,.... ,... ,......,.,.. 9 , Miller, George .... 26, 52, 59, 60, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, Mlller, Mariiune .... 3, 22, 26, 31, 33, 34, 50, 67, Minnlch, Donald ...,..,...,............,.....,.... ..,... ,..,...,. .............. Mockbee, Mary Ellen ....,.....,.,..., ..,.,.,,.......... 4 5, 46, 47, Monnlnger, Patty ....,,.......,.... 19, 26, 31, 47, 48, 82, Moore, Kathleen .... 21, 23, 26, 31, 44, 45, 49, 62, 82, Morrison, Mary Lou .......,,..................,,......,..,....... 49, 51, Morse, Ruth ,..........,....,.,...,,c,.............., ..., 1 9, 31, 47, Mullen, Elnora ....... ,...., ,... ,,,......,,..... .,,. 4 9 , 5 1, Murphy, June ........,. ...,...... 1 9, 25, 46, 48, 52, 61, Murray, William ..... .. .,...,..,.,....,,.... ,.,,., ,,,........... 2 3 , Myers, Thomas ....... .,.,...... 2 7, 29, 45, 47, 91, Myles, Robert ...............,. .........,...,..,s...s,....,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. - N - Nelson, Pat ..,....,,.........,.....,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Newport, Barbara ,,,.,.... .,,.,,.........,...,. , ,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,, , 41, Nichols, John .........,....... ,,,,.,.,,... 1 9, 39, 46, 52, 60, Nlcoson, David .... 8, 19, 33, 39, 52, 65, 66, 70, 75, 32, Nicoson, Dean ...,....,...,................... 9, 52, 59, 60, 71, Nlcoson, Sharon .......,........,,....,....., ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,..,,,,,, 28 , Nicoson, Sue .........., ,......., 2 6, 46, 47, 48, 50. 82, Nigh, Barbara .....,... ....,...,,....... 2 7, 29, 48, 51, Nipple, Janice ....,,.. .........,,.......... 4 8, 51, 74, Nipple, Karl ........ ....,,.. 2 6, 79, 82, Nolte, Donna ..,. 10, 20, 26, 33, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 73, 82 83, Norris, Ray ..,.,J....,...........,........,.,,,.... , .,,. 52, eo, 70, Northquist, Esther ...................,,.,,.... . ......... 44, 49, - Q - 0'Donnell, Elizabeth ., ., ...,. ,.,.. ,.......... 1 9 , 49, 51, 72, Ostling, Allan ............... ........ ..........,...,. 4 5 71, Overton, Lonnie ....,..... , ,,...,. 52, 59, 60, Owens, Bradley , .... , ......... ,,........,,. ......,,,..., . Owens, Kenneth ,,... .........,.,,.... ,...,,..,...., 6 0 , Owens, Stanley ....,... .,......... 4 2, 52, 59, 60 70, Oxford, David ,.,,,,....,,1.,,,,,.,.,,..... ..,.,,....,,..........,............... - p .- Paige, Ronnie ....,..,., ,,.... .... .............. , 2 4 , 25, 41, Palmer, Naomi ......,,,,,, ,, 23, 27, 29, 46, 47, 49, Parker, Miss Thyrza .... ,......,.......... .,............. .,..,,, 8 , Parr, David ................., .. .... .... ...........,. 4 2 , Patercsak, Jack ...... ,,.,., ...,,. L 9 , Paton, Bill .... ,,,.., .... ..........,.......,..,........,,.... 4 4 , 70, Payne, Ellen ........... ..................,..,.....,......, ,...,,, ............ Pearson, Kenneth .,,..,.... .............................,...,... .,.,. 4 4 , Perkins, Carol , .,..,,,... ..., 3 , 7, 22, 35, 45, 46, 83 85, Peters, PBEEY Jo ..., ..,.,,.... .... ,...., ....,....,.,........ , . , 4 9, Petry, Janice .... 6, 13 23, 31, 32, 46, 48, 50 51 83, Petry, Marjorie . ..,.......,..,..,...,...,,,..,,....,,,..,.... 24, 25, 47, Peyton, Nancy ...,.......,....,. 27, 29, 38, 45, 46, 47, 48, Pittman, Allen ,.....,................., .,.,.,.,..,,.,...,...... 4 0, 42, Poole, John ...........,,.,...........,. 27, 29, 30, 40, 43, 44, Powell, Mr Homer .....,..........,.........,..... 5, 16, 40, 45, Price, Barbara ....,..... . ..,.....,.................................... . Pruett, Gerald .,..,,,.. ,,.,.,. .,,.....,..,..,,,.. 1 4 , 77, Puckett, Linda ..... ............................ 4 6, 47, 49, Pugh, Gretchen .... ....,............., .... J , 9, 25, 30, 47, 48, Pugh, Marilyn . ,,.,.,,......, .,.. ,,...,......,...,...,...,...,., . . 49, 51, Pugh, Walter .,.,, ., ....,,. 1.5, 52, 64, 66, 67, 68, 70, Purcell, Shirley .... .,.., .... ..,..,,.... ..... 4 5 , 4 6, 49, 51, R 1 Raehn, Sandra ........ ...... ,.,... ,.,........... 6 , 1 2, 49, Raikes, Lillian ,.....,....,.....,,.... .... .... 4 2 , 46, 49, Ranes, Trent .. ,,,,, ..,.,,.,.,,. 4 3, 47, 50, 52, 60, 69, 71, Rauscher, Florella ...., ...,, .,,...,......................... 4 9 , 51, Rector, Harold .... . ......,......,..,...,,,., ..., ...,,,....,.... . Rector, Mary Lou , ,.,,., ..........,...,. 1 0, 48, Redmon, Anna ........,,. ...,.... 4 6, 51, 74, Redmon, Kenneth ..., .......,,......... .,.. Reed, Sara Lou .,.,,, .....,... 4 6, 50, Reidy, Sheila ,...,,..,,,,,. ..................... Reitzel, Miss Helen ,..,..,,,,... .. ..,. 12, 14, Richards, Ray .... ....., ' ............... .................,,..,,.. 4 4 , Richmond, Mrs. Margaret J. .....,...........,.,..,..........,.... 9, Riggs, Suzanne ,......,.,. , .,,.,.......... ..,. 3 1, 42, 45, 46, 49, Ripple, Phyllis Sue ............. ..,...........,..,.,... 4 9, 50, Ritchey, Annetta ...,... ..,.......,.....,..,,....,.,,.......,,... 5 1, Ritchey, Rosetta .,.,.,....,.,.,., ..,,.,,...,,.... ,....,,,,.., .... 5 1 , Rittman, Rebecca ......,... 9, 11, 27, 28, 49, 51, 74, Robbs, Betty .,....,,...,,.,,.........,..........,..... 15, 19, 46, 51, Roberts, William tBillJ , ,,..,....,,...,...,...,,.., ,.,..,,.... 4 0, Robertson, Fred ...........,.... ........... .................,..... 4 0 , 42, Rodabaugh, Larry ...., ....,,.,...,.. . ,.,,..,,.., ,.,..,,...,.,..,. 1 9 , Rodie, Carmilla ...,.,,,,.,,,. 18, 26, 46, 47, 51, 72, 82, Rodie, Martha ...,.,... ....,..,.,..,............,..,..,......,...,. 6 , Rogers, Jack ....,..., ,................. 2 2, 27, 28, 30, Rogers, Janet ,,,...,....,.., ..,.... .....,..... 4 2 , 49, Rogers, William ...,,,. ,.... ........... 4 0 , Rose, Robert . ,,....,.., , ..., ,,,.., ...,, . . .. Rosenthal, Carol .,....,, .......,,..,........,............. 4 6, Roshel, Evelyn ,... .... . .,,...,,,,..,.....,.... 4 4, 46, 48, Ross, Miss Helen ..... .. .......... ,.... ..... ....., .... ,.... 1 0 , Rowley, Ed ...., .... ..,.,,,. ..,..,.. 1 5 , 19, 22, 23, 31 52, Russell, Clifford .....,... ,.,..,,,..,......,,,..., ...... ,........ 1 5 , Russell, Jack ...., ,... , .. ,.,.., ...,,,,. , 52, 60, 71, Ryan, Jane ..,,.... ., ......,...,,.......,...,..... ...........,...... 4 3, 5-.. Sandlin, Ray ........ ............ ....... 5 0 , 52, 59, Santilli, Helen ...,. ,. ,.,,,., ., ,..,,.. ......,...,.,........ 46, 48, Sartain, Helen ......................,,...........,.... 19, 23, 42 49, Schaller, Mrs. Ruth ...,........,........,........,............... 13, Scott, Don ........ 50, 52 60, 64, 66, 67, 70, 71, 91, Scott, Larry ....,,..,,.,....., . ..,,. ,,., ...,....,. 2 7 , 29, 31, 41, Scully, Pat ......................................,..... 24, 36, 45, 70, Sears, Robert ...................,...,........ 27, 28, 30, 40, 42, Secrest, llerry ......................,,....,,.....,......,,......,....... 41, Seville, Marilyn 6, 19, 24, 25, 36, 46, 47, 49, 50, Shassere, Wllllam .... ,....,....., ...,.,......,.......,............. 4 2 , Shepherd, Don E. .... 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 36, 40, 44, 50, Shepherd, Don R. ............................,.....,,...............,......... . Shew, Robert tBobJ ,,...,... ...... ,........ .... 2 7 , 28, 52, 69, Shirley, Sheldon .............,,..,.............,...................,.. 45, Shriner, Mary ................,.....,,.......... 24, 25, 36, 39, 41, Shriner, William tBilll ...... 39, 45, 52, 60, 63, 66, 71, Sickles, Karl ..,,.,.....,.....,.............,........,...,.., 11, 22, 41, Sickles, Wendell ......... ...........,..... 4 1, 52, 60, 69, Silcott, John .. ,...,... ............,.....,........... 5 2, 65, Sipes, Stewart ..... ...............,.....,,.............,.... 4 2, Skirvin, Pat ........ ................... ,....,.,,..,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 4 9 , Smith, Branda ...................... 6, 24, 25, 36, 46, 47, 48, Smith, James ....................,,.... 27, 28, 38, 52, 69, 70, Smith Tommy .,...,,......,,...,.........................,,..,,,,,,,,,,,11.,,1 Smock, Don .... 3, 15, 19, 23, 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 40, 41, 43, 50, 52, 60, 70, Smock, Ronnie ..,.,,....,,......,...,.........,...,,.,.... 15, 23, 31, Smudde, Glenn .,...,. ..............,.,.............,,........... 4 3, 62, 86 93 95 93 95 83 93 95 89 95 90 95 78 95 90 93 46 90 86 83 84 90 96 93 90 52 46 83 93 90 96 83 96 83 96 93 96 96 B3 96 93 96 83 49 60 43 96 93 96 96 93 93 93 96 70 93 81 84 96 96 96 96 27 52 71 84 93 49 60 96 93 51 93 96 90 93 93 90 96 90 96 96 90 48 96 93 70 71 96 50 90 96 96 39, 83 60 96 Smutzki, Cecelia ........... ........................................ 4 4, 49, W Smyres, Miss Nell , ....,... ...............,.......,....,........... 1 0, 45 Snoddy, Ronnie .......... ,, .... 41, 43, 52, 65, 66, 91 Snow, Catherine , ...,,. ...................,,...... 3 6, 48, 50, 91 Sonner, Jan .... , .... ,... ..,,.... ...............,......... ,............ . 4 1 , 9E Sonner, Larry ..................,,.,,,., ,,.. ...., .... ..... 4 1 , 5 2, 69, 92 Sparks, Nnrietta ,,...., ....,,.... 2 7 29 46, 47, 49, 50, 96 Spence, Everett tBuddyi ,.,. Stapleton, Anita .............. Stapleton, ,Morgan ....,, Starr, David ..........,.. Steele, Jack ...... Steele, Wilbur ....,..... Stergar, Joan .. ,..,,. .. Stevens, Albert F. Stevenson, Lorine ......,,... Stevenson, Mary Lou Stewart, Edward ...., .... Stewart, Ernest ..., 11: zaf ze, 47, 52. 41, 60, 19, 27, za, .................. , 4s, r 91, Stewart, Rose Marie ,........ ..,..... ..... 4 1 , Stith, Barbara ................,,. .... .....,. 4 1 , 46, Stith, Wilma ......,....., . .,...., , 19, 49, Stone, Judith ...... ..................... Strassler, Irwin ..,.... ...,...,...,........ 4 2, Streacker, Noel .........., .,,.. ,..,...... 2 7 , 28, Sullivan, Lou Anne ,,.,.,., Sutherland, Joan ......... Sutton, Sylvester ......... .. .... 6, 36, 39, 47, 19, 46, 47, 52, 60, 65, 66, Swaim, Marlene ....,,.. ,..... ....,,..,..,.... 3 1 , Szlanfuht, Robert .....,......,....................... 52, 60, - 1- .- Tallon, Catherine .... 2, 12, 18, 22, 31, 33, 35, 46, Taylor, Barbara ..,.,..,,. ,..... . , .... ,...., ,,,..,........,....,.. . . Taylor, Charlotte .....,... ..,..... 4 9, 52, Taylor, Elsie ......... ..,..................... Taylor, William ..,.,,,.. ............ ..,,... ,.................... Templeton, Thomas ....,,......................, ....,,.... ,... 3 8 , 70, Tennis, Patricia .........., ....,,.....,.,,............. 2 4, 25, 49, Tetrick, Jacqueline Kay ,... 24, 25, 43, 48, 50, 72, 74, Thomas, Carolyn ....... ...,,... 4 3, 47, Thomas, Charlotte ,..... ..,,..... 4 6, 49, Thomas, Larry , ,.....,. ....... 2 4, 25, 44, Thomas, Shirley ,.... ..........,.... 1 0, 49, Thompson, Allen ...,.... 52, eo, 71, sz, Thompson, James ..... ,. ................. 27, 29, Thorlton, Jerry ....,... ....,............ 40 , Thornburgh, Laura . ,.,.. .............. 2 5, 49, Thornton, Linda ....... ......,... 4 7, 49, 50, Thornton, Ralph ...... ............. 5 2, 60, 69, Thorp, Delores .,......,... ..... 1 9, 46, 47, 48, Tiffin, Mary Jane .....,.. ,, ......... 44, 45, 46, Trainer, Arthur ,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 9, 43, Trump, Carole ....,. .,......... 4 9, 51, 72, Turner, Betty ,...... .........,......,..................... Turner, Don . .......... .... .......,.. 5 2 , so, 59, 71, Tyler, Herschell ...... ....... , 2 ........,....... 52, 60, Tyler, Russell .......... H .........,.......,.,.,...................... 10, , y - Vaira, Joann ,......... ................,.... . . ,.......... 49, Vanderson, Sondra ,.... Van Kirch, Edwina .......... ,.... ...,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 2 5 , 27, 49, - w ... Wade, Bennie .... ..,..,.... ...,.... ,.,....,.............,. 1 5 , 31, 51, Waldon, Carolyn ..,,, ,,......... ....,,,..,..........,...,....,.... 1 9 , Walker, Sally ,,.......,.........., ....,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,. ,.,,, 9 , 41, 49, Walters, Linda .......... .... 1 9, 46, 48, 50, 51, 72, 73, Walwick, Ted ........ ....,, .,,,.,.... 2 7 , 28, 30, 40, 47, 71, Ward, Evengellne ...., . .. ,,..........., .... ,..,. 4 6 , 51, 72, Ward, Lila ,...............,.....,,, ., ,.,,,,,,,, 31, 42, 45, 49, Warnock, Norma ................. ...... 2 5, 36, 48, 50, Wasson, Mrs. Waldola .... . ....... 8, 16, 42, 78, Webster, Julia ..,.,,............, ,,,.,,,,,,1. 4 5, 48, Weeks, Robert CBobJ ..,.............,,,..,......,..... 19, 25, 44, West, Mary ....,....,................,..............,................ 15, 42, Whalen, Frank ...,....,,..,..........................,..,.......................,. White, Judy .....,..........,...., 21, 24, 25, 26, 48, 62, 82, White, Kenneth ..... ..,...........,....................,........,.,........ White, Sally .....,.,.... ,,...,..........., 3 1, 32, 39, 49, white, William ........... ...... 2 3, 27, 29, 40, Whitman, Noami ........,.... .................. 1 9, 49, Wickersham, Marilyn .................,.............................. .......... 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