Garrett High School - Aeolian Yearbook (Garrett, IN)

 - Class of 1950

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Qcwzez? Wagi Sedan! 66444 af 7950 ?'ae4em'!a Me Shea gan! Salam of :Ae 146465014 ,Qllb 1 9 0 4 ' 0 up Glo Eli! al fi! ', x", Ann M ,Q --- ,J Nw 'T-f?-Jw.fx.f"x.fx.1 E1"'Bb 1311 SA'R 3 .sL:.f,fl" 'Cz Q , i , ,. V o .,1,:n-lm t'f:Kmff,i'v. ' U wf 4 ll A azewafwl "All the wo1'hl's a stage. aucl all the men and women uwrely playursf' In our Showboat Edition of the Avolian, we've tried to show how Sliakespoaiwfs statement applies to Garrett High School. Our school, itself, is the stagrn-g our students. the vast. The acluiiiiistrators are the protluuersg tho faculty, thi- tlirectors, XlV6,VG attolupteil, iu this book. to tell you of the Polos of each player, from the lofty stars to tho lowly sffviim--stoalws. NYl1'yo also taken you behind the sccues, and givvii you zz gliuipsv ot' the- bustling' zu-tiyity tliere. XYQ hope that we have given you a trul- picturv of the glamorous life lu-liiucl the footlights. Dedication NVQ, The vlzlss of 19519. 1'Psp0t'tl'11l13' tlvtlitfzlfc- This buult to our nmtliers a ffttliws. who have g.l'lX'P11 us an 1-fluvzltion whivli will mziliv it gvrissilmle for Us support OllI'Sl'lVt'S. mul will t-iiahlv us to attain mu' aiirildtimis. 65444 ang Time to go, Garrett High, Ggirrutt High, Garrett High. School days u'crg gooclbyc. Garrett High, goodbye. Wc'vc finished our four yuars, :md now wc're leaving. You'vc 'ot to ut our chin u 1, for we'll have no v"2 ' S Y l r- ll X115 Time to go, Garrett High, Garrett High, goodbye. 3 czffe of amfemfa Title Faculty and Aclministrntion Seniors ...,. Unclcrclassmen Grades ,YY,,, ,,,,,,..,,,,,, Clubs and Activities ,,,,. Athletics ,,,, ,,., Senior Statistics Alumni ,,,, Sponsors ,,,,, Snapshots ,,,,,,, ,,,,, Bcliind tlic Scenes I 4 2 ?czaaZz!q cmd idmiadalzalwn " Mail: v Sill Q gil :IJ ,SQ VVITIVWHVI nnnnpww PF, Li 1 I 52.435 ii ' if 444g Q V . 4 .AF-, 'Qs fx 4? LE 1 5 . L L4 1 ' X h 1 SQL'-.JL A 5 j -.fT -,-2421: ',.x ' iflfl :iq-1. ,xi A- A i4 ilfn f g- .lg- Zzaadaceza mr. 1-leinzerling mr. 'Haffner 6 mr. 'Bechtel pfzaducma PRINCIPAL ,IOI-IN E. FLORA-A. B. Purdue SUPERINTENDENT E. V. MINNIEAR-B. Phd. University, DePauw University, M. S. Indiana Tri-State, B. S. Bali State, M. S. Indiana University, Univcrsiry. University of Chicago, Purdue University. miss :Dell -- Clerk Zdzealaza MR. PAUL BATEMAN-B. S. A., M. S. Purdue University Agriculture, I5i0l0gy, Assistant Coach. "Let's make the best better." MR. GILBERT COI5LE4A, B. Central Normal College, Indiana University, University of Wfisconsin, Juilliard School of Music. Music, Art. "'s get quiet." MISS LOIS COBLFR-Tri-State College, Clark University, In- diana University. Geography, Music, Art. "Take it easyf' MR. RAYMOND COI.I24B. S, Ball State Teachers, College, National Music Camp. Band, Glue Club. "That's all today." MISS MARY DEANfUniversity of Chicago, Indiana State Teachers, College. Departmental English. 'lAlright, here we go." MR. HOMIBR DORRELL-A. B. Indiana University. Chemistry, General Science. "Maintain an interest in your Work, and you will be happy" MISS HELEN ELLERT-B. S. St. Francis College, Tri-State College, Ball State College, Catholic University of America. Grade Three. "Your own best work is all we expect." MISS MILDRED EVARD-M. S. Northwestern University, B. S. Ohio Northern University, Xvisconsin University, Purdue University, Indiana University. English. "Let's get to Work." ants. BEULAH FAULSTICK-B. s. Ball stare Teachers' College. Physical Education, Health, Safety. "Harmony is a result of co- operationf' 8 Ddzeczfafw MRS. MARGUIERITE FOUCH-B. S. Indiana State Teachers' College, DePauw Economics. "Let INIISS I.II..AI"I Grade one. Q'Shift MISS Wisconsiii MISS Wisconsin, your gears." EFFIE GUMP-B. Fd. Tri-State College, Pestulozzi Froebel University. Grade two. ALICE HALI.--B. Ed. Tri-State College Pestalozzi Froebel University. Grade two. me have your attention a minute." University, Ball State Teachers' College. Home GILBERT--B. S. Indiana State Teachers' College. University of uAlright.U University ol "Alright." MR. ROBERT HARMAN--A. B. Vlfabash College, Indiana University, Ball State. Social Studies, Football Coach. "And now class, what shall we have for entertainment?" MR. RALPH MANROXV-A. B. Manchester College. Depart- mental. uAlright, the bell has rungf' MR. JESSE OBER-B. NS. Manchester College, M. S. Indiana University. Elementary Principal, Arithmetic. "It isn't what you think you are, but what you think, you are." NIR. CANIERON PARKS-B. S. University of Illinois, NI. A. University of Kentucky. Physical Education, Athletic Coach. "Not by the things you meant to do, but just by what you did." MRS. WINIFRED PETERS-Ball State Teachers' College, Man- chester College. Departmental. "Didn't I hear the bell?" MR. HARRY RAHMER--B. S. Manchester College, M, A, Columbia University, Indiana University Extension. Social Science. "Working hard today?" 9 61605054 MR. O. B. ROSE-A. B. Indiana Central College, M. A. Indiana University. Mathematics, Drafting. "What does it really mean?" MRS. MARVOLINE SCHI,ECI"IT-A. B. Ball State Teachers, College. Business Education. "C'est a riref' MR. THEODORE SHELOR-B. S. Marshall College. Physics Math. "Are you unhappy?" MR. RU-SSELI. SHERMAN-A. B. Manchester College, M. S. Indiana University. English. "W'hat does the dictionary say?" MISS VERA SILBERG-B. S. Pestalcvzi Froebel University, Valparaiso College, Winona College, University of Chicago, University of Colorado. Grade one. "Open your eyes and shut your mouthf' MRS. DORIS STUCK-Ball State Teachers' College. Depart- mental. "All set, go." MRS. HILDRETI-I SXVIiliNEY-A. B. Manchester College. Library, Latin. 'lPut your feet on the Hoon" MISS MARIE THRUSI-I-A. B. DePauw University, Harvard University, University of Chicago. English. t'XVhat are you doing for yourself?" MRS. GRACE XVALTON--A. B. Wfest Virginia University, Kent State Normal College, Munkingun College, Ohio University. Kindergarden. l'Idair and Square with everybody." MR. W. GRAY XVOODCOX-M. S. Indiana University. B. S. Indiana State Teachers' College. Industrial Arts. "Get the things done you really want to do." 10 Seadaw Sl If no V fi? in qv 'bv NIYHHNHVI :za Z3 44,11 gf 1 1 ' L :Q L5 'A 15 -LL? N ' Q1 fs fa -Q ..,. Li' f' 4 .A gi 5 ei fig ' X' -if 5 1:1 -1. f -7 L 52 azmaw ' X -K 23' I ,' V +52- wm: AX' ffxx- ZK- , 5,7-N-! mea SENIOR OFFICERS Sharon Rnhrig, Sccrcmryg Douglas Shull, Vice-Presidentg Donald Gentry, Prcsidcntg Pamela Frcygnng, Pl.I'CZ1Slll'Cl'. lilll stage! Lights! C,'111'Tai11! Now 011 wifh the play. 'We have Sl2ll'l'PLl i11 a tl11'ee-act cl1'a111a. lJll1'lllQ,' the iirst act we grew i11 li11uwleclg'e of the f1111Clz1111e11fals, and we 0111'selx'es grrew. Xvllflll we ea111e to the sf-eoucl an-1, we were quite i111p01'Ta11t lmys and girls, fm' we were 1'oa111i11g the halls of lii?ll'I'0l'f High Sc-lmol with all the big stars. Cli111bi11,Q' i11 llll1501'l21l1t'0. we orgraiiizecl our c-lass: liowewr, we were not really i11n:l11uled i11 The seeues O11 The stage. Ellfll1'lIIQ' the third act we SU,LilClQl1lY f011111l 0111'selves sta1'ti11g' to lllkllill uimiey. A play 1-e111i11isee11t of the Gay Ninefies was staged To llfbllfbl' the stars. At last we were the stars. XVO chose 01111 vostuuie colors, 31111011 and whiteg sfagrecl a. benefit pe1'fo1'111a11ee for Q111' 11101113 and flaclsg and prodiwvcl a play. The Hnal DP1"l:Ol'11li1l109 was held at the gl'j'1l11l?1SlIl1l1 011 May tw'e11ty-fif'rl1-GRADVATION DAY! 12 l 1 l mea BARNHART, BEVERLi'f-"Bev"7G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-College Prep.4Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teem 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, Sec-Treas. 1. "Of Thee I Singf, BARIHTT, PAHut1.x-"Pit"-G.1'I.S. 1, 2. 3, 4fCom- mcrcial-Blue 'I'ri.inglc 1, 2, Trezw. 25 Y-Teens 3, 4, Pres. 45 G.A.A. 45 Maroon .inzl Blue Smurf 45 .'XClJllflI1 Staff 4. "Fz4llim' In Love XY'ith Love." BLCHTOI., B,xlrBixKx4"Barb"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4fCollegc Prep.fBlue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Library Club 4, Sec. 4: Girls, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Trcns. 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Acolinn Staff 4, Editor. "Lover Come Back to Mef' Boxxi- rr, Hoxvuxno--"Gomo',-G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4-111- dustrial Arts-Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Acolian Staff 4, Photography Chairman. "Oh, XVh:lt A Beautiful lX'lornin'." Bokmz, Dox.-xLD4"Don,'-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-College Prop.-Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Boys' Chorus 4. "Without A Song." CAhflPBELI., ,Iiiiuw-"jerry"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 5, 4, Trans 2- Agriculture-Hi-Y 45 F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3. "They Didn'L Believe Me." CIIISHOLM, ROBERT-"Chisscy"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Agri- culrurefF.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 45 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 4. "Stout-Hearted Men." lame DAWsoN, ROBERT-"Bob"4G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 1, Pres. 2--College Prep.iHi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Scout Club lg Aeolian Staff 4, Sports Editor, Maroon .md Blue Staff 4, Sports lfditorg Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 45 Stutlent Council 4, Pres. "just NVQ Two." DIEDFRICH, NWMNE-"W:1ync"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3-Industrial Arts7Maroon and Blue Staff 3, 4, Sports Rc- porter 3, Circulation Staff 4, Football I, Z, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. "Thou Swellf' DILLS, ANITA-"Neeta"fG.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4fCollcge Prep.+Bluc Triangle 1, Z: Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Advertising Salesman. "Smoke Gets In Your 'Eyesf' Fouui, Roniiivr-"Bohn-G.l-I.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Industrial Arts-Boys' Chorus 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4. "Necessity.,' CLARK, -IACK-"jack"-G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4-Industrial Arts-Boys' Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track l, 2, 4. "All the Things You Are." Cl..-mit, klunrlI-1-ukltidyn-G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2- Commcrcial-Blue Triangle l, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A, l, Z. "Something Sort of Grandislif' CLARK, NIAYNARD--"Nlaynarcln--G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4-111- clustrial ArtsfScout Club l, 2, Boys, Chorus 4g Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, Z, 43 Track l, 4, Aeolian Staff 4. "Make Believe." Cttviixotiz, JOHN-UDoc"-G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4-Agricul- :ure44F.F.A. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 35 Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4. "Let's Take An Olcl-Fashioned Wfalkf' J if 3 kai M., 3 if if'-E... , :' E f ll.-llll - M 3332 il Fi 37 , J If an 41:33:- - Q,v.5Qf'w, "'f - 3' '3 -fi' 'il 'fi "" ...wmv 3fl.'fw..v . Mt n-"v-f mu FREYGANG, PAMELA-"Pam"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Trcas. 4-College Prep.-Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Aeolian Staff 4, Literary Chairman. "The Best Things In Life Are Free." FULLER, GLUNNAGENE-"Glenna"--G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4- Commercial-Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and Blue Staff 45 Bible Cluh 1, 2. "If One Flower Grows Alone In Your Garden." GILNTRY, Dosmrn-"Don"-G.IDI.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4- Commercial--Scout Club 1, 2, 35 Boys, Chorus 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3. leWd11Ill1g Youf' HAl:I'NER, NIARILYN-"lYlJFll1'I1,,1G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4- College Prep.-Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Aeolian Staff 4. "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man." l 4 HAUCK, RAYMOND-"Raymond"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4- Industrial Arts-Football 1, 25 Basketball Manager 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3. "People XVill Say We're In Lovef' Hfws, NANCY-"Narmy"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Commercial -Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Maroon and Blue Staff 4. ulf I Loved Youf' HEINZERLING, GIKETIEL-!'RCdi" -G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-College Prep.-Blue Triangle 1, 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, Treas. 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Aeolian stuff 4, Assistant Editor. "I Still Suits Me." HILLEGASS, ROBERT-"Bohn-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Indus- trial Arts-Track 4. "They Say It's Woiidcrful." mu Kiunm, PATRICIA-''Pat"-'G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-College Prep.-Blue Triangle lg Y-Teens 3, 45 Library Club 4: G.A.A. 3, 4. ullune Is Bustin' Out All Over." LEECH, P1ix'1.L1s-A"Phyllis "-- --G.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3--College Prep.-Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls, Cliorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aeolian Staff 4, Calendar Editor, Student Council 4, Vice-Pres. "Some Ilnchnnted Evening." LIMPEIKT, JANET-ujanet'-G.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. I-College Prep.-Blue Triangle 1, 2, See'y 25 Y-Teens 3, 4, Service Chairman 3, Girls' ChoruQ 1, 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, Pres., Aeolian Stuff 4. "Smilir1' Through." MACHLIK, XIALERIE-UXl3ll,'G.H.S. 2, 3, 4-College Prep.-Blue Triangle 2g Y-Teens 3, 4g Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4g G.A.A. 3, 4. "When I'm Not Near the One I Love." HOLLIS, Ii.i.1-.N-"Ileen'3-G,H.S. 2, 3, 47CommercinI- Blue Triangle Z1 Y-Teens 3, 4, Program Chairman 4: Girls' Chorus Z. 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3. 4. "Come to Me, Bend to Me." HOU5l.l,, FMDERtcii-"Fred"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4fAgri- culture-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treus. 4: I3.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 44 Band 4: Track I, 2. 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 4. "The Girl Tlint I Marryf' Iii-,L1.EY, AUDREi'g"Aud"+G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Commercial -Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls, Chorus l, 2. 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aeolian Staff 4. Class Reporter. "Just One Way' to Say I Love You." KOCH, Lois-"Cookie"-G.H.S. 1, 2, 4fCommereiml- Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 3. 4, Library Club 4, Girls' Cliorus 1, 2. 3, 4: G.A.A. 3, 4: Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Feature Editor. "XVliy Do I Love You?" Slam hTClNTlI.L.-KN, XX'INILKT.D'K'Vi'iHDiC"A-G.H,S. I, 2, 3, -If College Prep.-Blue Triangle Ig Girls' Reserve Z, 3: Drama Club 5: G. A. A. 3, 4. "A XX'onderful Guy." NlILLlR, DnVL'rag"S.ini"-G.H.S, I. 2. 3, 4-Musie- Blue Triangle I, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4: Girls' Chorus l, 2. 3. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: G.A.A. I, I, 3. 43 Maroon and Blue Staff 4. "Tiger Lil." MYERS, AR'I'PIL'R--Q'Aff,,TG.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4-Industrial Arts-F. F. A. lg Hi-Y 2. 3, 45 Football 4. "Honey Bun." AIYERS, BEvniim'-"Bev"-G.H.S. 2, 3, 4-CommereiaI- Blue Triangle 25 Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas. 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, 5, 4, Mixed Chorus 2: Aeolian Staff 4. "Homeworli." NQEL, BENNig'rT-"Bennett"-G.I'I.S. I. 2. 3, 4fAgri- culture-F. F. A. 1, 2, 5, 4, Pres. 5, Vice-Pres. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Football 2, 3, 43 Aeolian Staff 4, Faculty Editor. i'Look for the Silver Liningfl OW1iNs, PATRICIATllP3I,,LG.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 2+College Prep.-Blue Triangle I, 2, Song Leader Ig Y-Teens 5, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4, Band I, 2, 3gG.A.A.1, 2, 3, 4, Aeolian Staff 4, Senior Historian. "Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair." RAHRIG, SHAKONT!lSll3f0Ill,--G.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 41 Commercial--Blue Triangle I, 23 Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 5, 44 Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Business Manager. "After Graduation Day." Rlavsi-, G:XIilfTH"'GLlI'CIl1is'-CS.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4-College Prep.-Scout Club I, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Librarian 3: Maroon and Blue Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Managing Ifditor 45 Football Ig Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 45 Student Council 3, Vice-Pres, Bible Club I. 2, Vice-Pres. 2. 'johnny One-Note." law SHULL, DOUGLAS-"Doug"4G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y- Treas. 3-College Prep.4Hi-Y 5, 4, Sergeant .lt Arms 4, Scout Club 1, 2, 3, Boys' Chorus 4, Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Columnist: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Aeolian Staff 4. uN0body Else But Me." SMITH, PATRICIA-Q'Smitty'-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-Com- mercial--Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 33 Band 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Typing Contact, Aeolian Staff 4, Alumni Editor. "Great Come and Get It Day." S'1'i.w.xiu1, DONAl.l'1-'lDLJl1l7-G.H.S. l, 2, 3, 4-Conv mereial-4Boys' Chorus 4, Football lg Basketball Z, 33 Track 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 4. "Romance," S'I'IiVl'ARIJ, PATHICIA-"Pat"fG.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4fCom- mcreial--Blue Triangle 1, Z: Y-Teens 3, 43 Girls, Chorus 5, 4, G. A. A. 43 Mixed Chorus 2. 'lThere But for You Go I." ROlll1liAUGH, CLEOTA--"Cody"4 G.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4-Com- mercial-Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 33 Mixed Chorus 2. "Falling In Love VC'ith Someone." Rowu, Suri ANNf"SUCllfG.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4, See'y 14 Cnnimereial-Blue Triangle l, 21 Pres. 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Aeolian Staff 4, Business Manager. "One Alone." ScoFIE1.n, JOYCE-"joy"--G.H.S, 1, 2, 3, 4-Commercial -Blue Triangle 1, 29 Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 5, 4. "Almost Like Being In Love." SHIRK, KATHERINE-iiKHCCl,1G.H.S. 1, 2, 5, 4-Home Ee.-Blue Triangle 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Maroon and Blue Staff 4, Business Manager, Library Club 4. "Bali Hai." mu Tmaizsu, BARBARA'-Q'B3fb,,-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4vCom- mercial+Blue Triangle 25 Y-Teens 3. "Deep In My Heart Dearf' TIKFZESH, KENXi1TH--"Kcnny"---G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4-In- dustrinl Arts. "Thine Alone." WALTON, WILM,xf"Billie":cG.H.S. 3, 4+Collegc Prop. Y-Teens 3, 4, Song lender 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Band 4, Seciy-Trcas. 41 G.A.A. 3, 45 Maroon and Blue Staff 3, Reporter, Aeolinn Stat? 4, Club Reporter. "With A Song In My Heart." XVAPPLS, NlERLINi'KwvH1lPGS,,'G.l'I.S. 1, 2, 3, 4fAgri- culture+Hi-Y 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Reporter 3, Sec'y 43 Basketball 2: Track 1, Z, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 4. "Old Main Rivcrf, v WERKHEISER, DOROTHY-"Dorothy"-G.H.S. 2, 3 College Prep,-Blue Triangle 23 Y-Teens 3, 45 Library Club 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4. 'KH ' nw Are Things In Glocca Morra? Wucox, MARY Lou-"Mary Lou"-G.H.S. 2, 3, 4 Aeolian Staff 4g Mixed Chorus 2. "l.ovc's Dear Yearningf' WILSON, MARX'i'tM3C,,iG.H.S. 1, 2, 3 Blue Triangle 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 2. 'Til See You Again." ,4- Commcrcinl-Bluc Triangle 2, Y-Tccns 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Maroon and Blue Staff 4, New Editor- , , 4-Commercial- 1. Mary Lnu Wilcox 2. XVilma Wfxzlmn 3. DcVeL:i Miller 4. Anita Dills S. 3rd pcriud gym class 6. Grcrel Hcinzcrling, Barbara Bcclnol 7. jack Clark S. Junior-Senior Picnic, 1949 9. janet Limpurr 10. Pamela Frcygnng 11. Beverly Myerw 12. Roberl Foulk 13. Mary Luu XY'ilcnx, Audrey Kelley, Patricia Owens, Beverly Myers 14. junior-Senior Picnic, 1949 IS. Mofbvr llvulki Uni- "Nlum X Dad Nite" play. hadezchaamea ' o an Q9 snr 7 ' H El 17? nn Yr 4s XX Q MY fl 5 A ' W , 1 E .. ' E2 'QA' Ik i' Y ' Y Y , ik 11:1 15' rg 4 f- QA ,. V, A . , Lg r L - J! X I ? 13 571, aw-1' 'X -- lil. ' ,1x... A A A ,A,-f- -Y .2'if Second .lead JUNIOR OFFICERS Sharon Schmidr, Secretary-Trensurerg George Mayfield, Presidentg Rcrha Bloom, Vice-President. cmdafa 6444 Tho 1u01ubv1-S of this j'6?1I',S junior class luxw proved that they al-v qllalified to Take owl' thi- stzu'1'iugr roles. They turuvd in l'0llSiS'fP1lH.X' fine pe1'fo1'1uauceS at every 313D0i'll'2l11O0 that thvy lllillhx. XVQ saw them HlElllH29,'il1Q,' concession stands in the school and at football and haskvtbull gzuuvs. XVe saw them sponsoring' aftm'-g'a1111c1 dam-vs. at whivh various 1l161HbPI'S of thu vast wvrv given opportuuifics to perform. And, finally, We- saw them staging' a farchwoll billllxjllflf for the stars. Tlu'oug'hout the whole D1'0dHCti011 uo player missed a cue, for which cast and direc-tors dvsvrvc a round of applause. ,. Second .lead Betty Andrews Jeannette Andrews Ralph Baker Richard Best Recha Bloom Glen Camp Shirley Campbell Vivian Christlieb Mary Lou Clark Bethel Crager Richard Dame Doris Dolan Byron Ferguson Patricia Hall Katrina Heinzerling Sharon Helbert Mary Louise Hilkey Deloris Hollis Kenneth Hollis Franklin Jordan Barbara King William Leech Jessica Lewis George Mayfield Ann McBride Ruth Mettert ,Io Ann Mitchell Franklin Mosebcrger Roberta Ross Sharon Schmidt -Iudith Schulthess Patricia Steigmeyer Bernice Stroh Edward Tincher XVOodroW Trostel George Tuttle Gwynn XVaCle Maxine XValt Beverly XVansitler George W'appes Douglas Zimmerman ,Wm ,r,.,v,,. K. me ' f wg! J ' 45 4 'fi' 6,4 V , -Q awriwrfsi. in , . N- ' .L -2r" .,:, X is ,q., Lie. 5 " K if ---" X 'r" 1 2 fv e--., r f Ea- ,,reiliiri,u R uri,ul 5 if l re f 5 sf x .3-M ,..a.,,...f...a,,.I.a:,,. W1 Q ,r 5,1 Q-X gfa , ,. Q, A ,iz ,, AA. , L fi,gefQsff if ,051 5 i' -vs: ,i,,, tool g ,W . ' if Q Q I X. ilk war Zlndezaladdea "23i"3'3 SOPHOMORII OFFICERS Thomas Dicdcrich, Vice-President: Bernard Myers, President: lean Hafner. Secretary. e 66444 The Sopl1o111m'es, k110w11 as the I'11flc11'st11rli9s. llavf- 51111011 H10 Scvue s0v01'z1l timvs lilll'illQ' this safhofal year. First thvy haul El party fur their 4-lass, which 0w1'yo11e enjoyed. Their big -Dl'OjP1,'t was tlw 0l'lil'I'lllQl' of their 1-ost11111es-two years early! Tlivy c-1-1'Tz1i11ljv ?1Tfl'2ll'T0li Tilt' fliilllliiflll of everyone with their beautiful swvzitvix. For thv lwiwfit oi' thc whole cast, they staged a skafiiig' party limi in thi- smsmi. Their di1'e1-this haw El right To hw 111-01111 of thvir flue pe1'for111- auces. 24 aafaataddea Thelma Bartels Robert Baumgardner Sally Bixler Robert Bock Richard Bowlby Junior Brooks Gene Brumbaugh Damon Casey Elbert Chittenden Betty Cleland Sue Ann Coyer Violet Deal Harold Deihl Frank Dennis Evelyn Diederich Irma Diedericlt Thomas Diederich Thais Ervin John Feaglcr Shirley Fuller Richard Furnish Joyce Getts Maynard Grinin Robert Grimes Gwenn Grogg Beverly jean Harper Leslie Harper Hudson Hays Mary Lou Hillegass Artie Mae Hopkins Rita Hopkins -Inu-nes Houser Kathleen Hoyer Thomas jackson Bonnie Kees Shirley Koepke Joseph Krider Richard Kruger Norma Kugler Williaiwi Loomis jack Lumm Elenor Maggert -Iuanita Maggert 7ZadmeZaaf6ea V' 5 'Q 1 .EJ . ...M..i" xx I? .aaa 1 6 amz A .. f Qlbl- ff'-,,: I 5. .. - ,525-- ,. 'rr f eg 75" i , - K e:5j:1. -: Qi, , 2 il' f ' f ' f 1 r fe KAL , U A A if pf ef, rig, in W ""' . - ' -v-- . NWA 4 :sir Qi J - 5 - ! , .nib ,. ' . 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'21 ' 'fs fig.. rife -, - 3: f ' '-51 wg 2557'- "'-fr i -rv be t it ..,, 2 4 A.A. , 2 -1- 1 e i t K, A.AA William Maggert Herbert Maurer Gary McPheeters Madeline Miller Carol Miser Barbara Moss Gloria Mossberger Bernard Myers Donna Myers Mary Jo Nielsen Evangeline Nissly Howard Not: Fred Olinger Deloris Penland Margaret Ellen Prickett Harland Quince Evan Roberts Mary Romano Donna Jeanne Rose Keith Rugman Carolyn Scliurr Violet Shipe Sliarlie Sliull Carolyn Simpson Stevens june Stiles Beverly Travis Melvin Treesh Marilyn Tuttle .Iolm Wfziterbeck Betty XVeimcr Colleen XVilliamS Martha Xvells -lack XVillian1S Carolyn Wfitlurow john Wfyatt Ned Zimmerman Kemal-ma Sarah Andrews Larry Baker ,lo Ann Baldwin Carleen Barnhart Karon Bigelow David Bishop Gordon Bloom Max Bock Donna Bonnet: Allen Brand Harry Brumbaugh Jacqueline Burns Judith Burrell NY'1llian1 Byanski Josephine Clark Cola Crugcr Shirley Cramer Shirley Dickison Patricia Diederich Samuel Easterclay Kent Gordon john Green james Hammond Robert Hammond Kathleen Harmon Verna Hartman George Helberr Thomas Hendrickson jacques Hickman David Hilkey john Hovarter Milgie Howard Slfaadl-ina ix 23 Robert Howey Dallas Jordan Carolyn Judd Mary Lou King Edward Kennedy Jimmy Koch Maw Kock Kaye LJF0llette Larry Lantz Dunne Lepard Barbara Malcolm Sluron Malcolm Ciwynctl1 Mangcs Florence Maurer Paul XlCCoSl1 Carolyn Nodine Marlene Pnrtcc jack Rnlxrig -loan Rimmcl Bonazdvcncure Sc Dean Scofield Patricia Slxirk Raymond Siders Sonia Sleek Albert Smith Sue Smith Harold Soudah Jeanne Todd lnnnerte Vol rio Twila Vfclls hortgen lewd-me FRI-SHMAN OFl3lCl:RS Allen Bmml, Vice-President: 10.111 lialdwin, Sccrcr.u'y: 1.1111 Rimmcl. Prusidcntg Sllirlcy Dickisrin, Vlwl'C.liLlI'Gl'. ?fzea4mea 6 aa Tliv Stand-ins lmw sfzlrfvcl to prepzuwi tlienisvlves to 'fake the plauo of tlw olil-tiuiors. 'l'lii-y have lwguu To pzlrtiuipato iu the pzirtivs :mil Llizlllljilx given by tlw olflvi' im-mbers of the Cast. lt took a while for tlivm io bc-voiiw acquaiiited. with their studies and aclivitivs. but with the hvlp of their ilirectors they will be wvll l'1'Z1ll1Cll for the lvzul. 29 min 71674 - dz' plaque Bit Players must assuine niziny responsibilities before they can step to the front of the stage. They must learn rooni arrange- ments and locker combinations, and niust lieconie acquainted with new persoiialities. it This year's g1'm11i:att21elierl their new Juties with enthnsiasin and real ability, showing the whole east their readiness to assume niore important roles. They were XY0l1QlGl'fllllY well represented in Snell school activi- ties as the inagziziiie sales eznnpaigii and the local talent assembly. vrv. 30 .3 ROW ONE: Janice Blech, Barbara Bickel, Carolyn Brown, Kay Cramer, Sally DeWitt, CODES Schumaker, Shirley Eastes, Sharron Andrews, Evelyn Garen, Barbara Curie, Kay Feagler, Barbara Busz, Sandra Luftman. ROVV TWO: Aunita Schlotterback, Mary Lou Penland, Janice Mooney, Lois Beebe, Cleotha Andrews, Judith Bonnett, Leotha Andrews, Nancy Leslie. Eleanor Newman, Shirley Wetoskey, Jeannene Moses, Martha Best, Mary Ann Shutt, Roma Dieclericli, Sally Zimmerman, Susan XY':1rHeld. ROW THREE: James Rahrig, Richard Wilcoxson, Larry Barnes, Thomas Treesh, Wayne Reed. Gerald Chatwood, George Griswold, David Ferguson, James Bartlett, James W'itherspoon, Don Getts, Raymon Rowe, Dennis Casey. 365 77Zozgma ROW' ONE: George Peters, W'illiam W'yatt, Max Limpert, Maurice Getts, Allen LaRue, Larry Brown, Gerald Bowmar, Eugene Farrington, Glen Helbert. ROW TWO: Kerin Feagler, Beverly Scliurr, Alice Fay Brand, Dorothy Carper, Georgia Zoll, Virginia Souder, Patricia Miser, Anita Grimes, Francis Parker, XVanda Baker, Nell Manges, Nancy Jackson. ROW' THREE: Inez Davis, Sue Leggett, Matilda Dennison, Jacqueline Brunson, Lois Carroll, Sharilyn Haynes, Virginia Stiles, Osie Jennings, Shirley Oliver. ROW' FOUR: Nancy Sitlien, Eleanor Bowes, Janice Faulkner, Twyla Fee. ROXV FIVE: Gary Shaiifer, Sherman Lewis, Donald Potter, John Judd, Alan West, James Carroll, Danny McPheeters, Robert Haynes, Roger XVeimer, Darrell Thompson, Raymond Heileman. Qmdea Sill ff' nnrr qs? B . 141 ZW .Zi-""'N-f , S6254 Qaeda ROW ONE: Harry Manges, Fred Andrews, Robert Nodine, Jerry Johnston, Peter Mountz, Louis Easterday, Thomas Farrington. ROW TWO: Alfred Hazelton, Richard johnson, Harold Nott, Richard Dills, Stephen Cvaw, Danny Fuller, Nancy Harman, Carolyn Williams, Rae Ann Trainer, Harriet Howey, Sandra Biekel, Suzanne Burtch. ROW THREE: Patricia LaCroix, Faith Getts, Luanna Harger, Betty Nodine, M. B. Feller, Robert Hensinger, David jay, John Cox, Janet Hathaway, Barbara Miller, Faye Ashenfeller, Janet Atkins. ROW FOUR: Richard Warner, Hepburn Boester, David Travis, Richard Hays, Lester Miller, Harold Howey, Raymond Andrews, Patricia Rinenour, Marilyn Salerno, Peggy Wilcoxson, Johanna Heinzerling, Norma Thompson, Mary Alice Minniear. 'ycfff guide ROW ONE: Janet SteHan, Belva Gerber, Leonard Shaffer, Ralph Xwilcoxson, Richard W'illiarns, Nelson Deuitch, Paul Ridenour, Eugene Barrett, Robert Freimuth, Louella Custer, Patty Yicser, Sharon Felke, Julianne Burtch. ROXV TWO: Norma Brown, Tad Schmidt, John Soudah, Michael Mangcs, Dorothy Penland, Phyllis Baumgartner, Yvonne Oliver, Patty Griffin, Carol Swzmndcrs, Kenneth Carroll, Edward Miller. Ronald Rathert, Marilyn Gump, Laura Hensinger. ROW THREE: Stephen Gordon, Carolyn Rodebaugh, Rita Phillips, Sue Smith, David XValton. Russell Miller, Harry Peters, john Freeze, Frank Mossbergcr, Lynn Andrews, Donna Crow, jeann: Starner, Dorothy Crow, Ronald Weinaer. jf V, M, ,X ,,,,,,, A f. , wg, fw1fsywN,.M Vfaiiis ,gap wfwsanxrmy A ft if-ftrMa,,0,. .f17,gaawaf,,, 4 f. 22322553553 s '-wfrszfwi 5 fri, A f 5597 ' -gs WKY, My ?656'Zf6g g'2dd5Z ROW' ONE: Melvin Culler, john Nixon, Kirth Brunson, Lloyd Andrews, Richard Rowe, john Blech, Gene Cramer, Frank Felke. ROW TWO: Susan Ruhland, Glenda Hazelton, Mary Burns, Karen jackson, Sharon Bryie, Jerry Arrants, Everett Carroll, Charles Baumgartner, Jerry Kugler, Nancy Gradeless, Carol Reed, Barbara G-rber, Sheila Bickel, Owen Hensingcr, Edwad Nlahnesmith. ROW THREE: Marilyn Reynolds, Dennis Miller, Wfilliam Snider, Kay Sithen, Pamela Mountz, Fred Salerno, David Karr, Jack Porter, Gilbert Lawhead, James Freeze, Brenda Stahl, Sandra Nicholson, Rose Parker, Violet Esselburn, Sharon Reiter, Sandra Jackson, Phyllis Kruger. ROW FOUR: Nancy Yunkcr, Karen Leech, Charlotte Atkins, Sharon Tracy, Donald Sinclair. james Owens, Carl Tracy, Donald Thompson, David Ober, XVilliam Maurer, Larry Getts, Judy Reeves, Sandra Godwin, Ann Kugler, XViln1a Harris, Margaret Farrington. 746-:cl Qaeda ROW ONE: David Cook, Cynthia Brunson, Susan Hollis, Carolyn DeVeny, Linda Harman, Nancy Workman, Linda Shilling, Olivia Cleland, ,Ianlee Lewis, Judith Thomas, Deanna Dillon, Sharon Claxton, Ronald Burtch, Joe DeXVitt, john Davis, Garl Zimmerman. ROW' TWO: Harry Jackson, james Leslie, Hans Heinzerling, Danny Schumnker, Rodney Knisley, james Helbert, Larry Laisure, Aaron Smith, Darrell Myers, Betty Colgan, Judy Morgan, Renee Obendorf, Edward Allen, Gaylord Shaffer, Carolyn Loomis. ROXV THREE: Eleanor Thurman, Sandra XVilcoxson, james Getts, Donald Graham, Sidney Blair, Charlotte Shipe, Larry Beverly, Billy W'alton, Arthur Deal, Garth Gillispie, james Maurer, Sharon Weimer, Linda Alley, Gary Parker, Eugene Dennison, David Brown. K Seconclgmde ROW' ONE: Gary Leggett, Gary Snider, William Rippe. Eugene Nodine, Clarence W'arstler. Raymond Hensinger, W'illiam Freimuth, Marvin Snook, Carson Culler, Robert Carroll, Cin-les Dennison. ROW TXVO: Sandra Herendeen, Barbara Byanslci. Thomas Four, Marcia Biel-gel, Sherry Staley, janet Hewitt, Sandra Hopkins, Robert Fee, Ernest Barrett, Linda Owens, David Gaw, Dixie Sliipe, janet Tuttle, Violet Andrews, Bonnie Myers, Annette Zimmerman, .lanet Nodine. ROW THREE: Judith Allen, Rodney McMillan, Linda Steflin, lutlith Karr, James Short, David Sehurr, ,ludy Baker, Carolyn Ridenour, -lanice Brown, Theodore lay, james Heller. Dorothy Stover. ,leri Snider, Richard Murley, Steven Pepple, Patricia Beck, Colleen Bryie. ROW' POUR: ,lacqueline Gingrich, Carol Kennedy. Jane Parker. Karen Llensen, Charles Quinn, David Crowe, john Sinurr, Violet Tracy, W'illiarn W'hite, Suzanne Rodelvaugh, james Shreve, Sandra Funk, Suellyn W'ilmot, janet Fay Foar, Thomas james, Thomas Burtch, Merlin Barrels, Myron Smith. ROW' ONE: Richard Smith, Victor Cleland, W'illiam Barnhart, Richard Burteh, Bobby Reidhart, -lohn Cramer, David Casey, Gordon Velpel, Larry Hatlmway, Lynn Monahan, Richard Reeves. ROW' ,TW'O: Linda Burtch, Sue Ann Kein, DeLilal1 Harger, Alice Andrews, Adele Miller, Nila june Myers, Ronald Tzxrleton, Tonya Reusze, Marcia Gingrich, Gary Lee Parker, .loyce Pi-pple, Michael W'arstler, David Blair, Richard Reynolds. ROW THREE: Philip Miller, Richard Seigel, Nancy Shilling, Julia W'isner, Michael Lewis. james Carpet, Joan Arrants, Lois Gump, Nancy Talley, Teddye McDanel, Linda Freeze, Dean Young. Clirlord Dennison, Carolyn Jennings, Beverly Thomson, Patricia Pfeiffer. ROW FOUR: Gloria Hall, Eugene Porter, Janette Russel, Nida Dell Gillespie, Alfred Porter, Margaret Willianms, Rose Marie Hagg, Gloria Traster, Benny Rickets, Vicki Sithen, Sandra Gaff, Mars Wolford, Lynn Simon, Gary Kruger, LuAnn Myers, julia Swnnders. 4-740 Kdadezgcwlea - cane teafefw ROW' ONE: Robert Brand, Thomas Baldwin, jerry Pepple, Richard Porter, Michael Hughes, Russell Rowe, Randy Oliver, Stewart Beard, David Alley, Robert Smith. ROW TWO: Mary Smith, Tommy Nixon, Carol Zimmerman, Jack Haag, Michael Mulzillo, Tommy Sreinmctz, Douglas Grueder, Mary Zumbaugh, Robert Snook. ROW' THREE: Clark Ordas, Charlene Hazelton, Michael Summers, Rebecca Teders, Patricia Bartles, julia Ann Ort, james Binz, Douglas Fraze, Kathleen Tarr, Donna Short, Danny Nicholson, Lorraine Tarlton. ROW' FOUR: Mrs. Walton, Linda Kelley, Kathalee Buckles, Johnny Kelley, Cynthia Schaab, Rebecca Steward, Maurice XVessel, Karen Wade, Rebecca Beeber, Boniebelle Owen, Sherry Hunter, Sandra Waterbeck, David Satterfield, Billy Beverly, jimmy Parker, joe Zern. 3 7 An interesting group found on our stage is the group of Hfty little kindergarten students. The most important function of kindergarten is to give the children an education in social adjust- ment. They learn to practice courtesy and kindness to others, and self-reliance by attending to small personal habits. They are also encouraged to do their own thinking and planning. The children sing and recite memory work every day. The highlights of the year were Halloween, Christmas, Easter, and the simple graduation exer- cises on the last day. The children who attend kindergarten are usually found in the highest group when they enter the first grade of school. gei ' ceaea Mr. Flora: Aren't you ashamed to be called into this office so often? Maynard: Why no, sir. I always thought it was sort of a respectable place. Mrs. Sweeney: What, in your estimation, was the greatest achievement of the Romans? Valerie: I'd say it was learning Latin. Mr. Dorrell: This gas contains deadly poison. XVhat steps would you take if it escapes? Don Gentry: Long 01165. Farmer Housel: I never did see hay grow as short as mine last summer. Farmer Noel: You think yours was short! I had to lather mine to mow it. Mr. Cole: I see you advertised your Cornet for sale this morning, Don. Don Boren: Yes, I saw the next door neighbor in the hardware store buying a gun. Mr. Harman: And who invented the radio? jack Feagler: Paul Revere, He broadcasted from one plug. Bob Dawson: I know that I'm just a pebble in your life. Marilyn: You might try being a little boulder. Phyllis: You say you love meg but would you be willing to die for me? -lack Clark: Well, er, no. Y'see mine is what you call an undying love. Miss Gump: Frank, why have you spelled "new" n-n-e-w? F. Mossberger: Oh, that! This typewriter stutters. Mr. Rose: XVhat is a circle? Bro: A figure with two sides. Mr. Rose: How can a circle have two sides? Bro: Inside and outside. Beverly Myers QAfter a rapid-fire dictation from Mr. Floral: Now, Mr. Flora, what did you Sily between "Dear Sir" and "Sincerely Yoursn? Mr. Loomis: XVell, Son, how did you do on your history exam? Bill Loomis: Not very well, Pop, but gee, every- thing happened before I was born. Soph: How about a battle of wits? Senior: Sorry, but I never attack an unarmed man. Kenny Treesh: My grades are all under water. Bob Foulk: W'hat do you mean, under water? Kenny: Below "C" level. Doug S.: You mean your teacher said your singing was heavenly? Doug Z.: Wfell, practically that. He said it was unearthly. Miss Evard: Tommy, what are the three words most often used by children in school? Tom Leech: I don't know. Miss Evard: That's right. Anita Dills: Do you know why the street light turned red? Wilma V'alton: No, why? Anita: You'd blush too if you had to change in the middle of the street. Barbara King: W'hat do you mean your sister takes rings from everybody in town? Katrina: She has to-she's a telephone operator. Coach Parks: What this team needs is life. Manager Hauek: Oh, no! Thirty days would be enough. Mrs. Faulstick: W'hat would you do if a child swallowed a pin? Gwynn NVadc: Er ah, feed him a pin cushion. 6064 and f-iazdazzdea an qw Sl ll' I' ff Fvgnnrlnn iff, EQZ1 Y-? E I EJ 1114'- "' - X ' if if ali J X ' ' !l . E5 51. JW X I ,- r.--2:5-' 'Z ffl, A -1 X' ,fx ali- ,Q A A I4 ii, In 7' -.- .ff-x.,.-5-,- -Q Wag 7041014 az Wing if . mm. M ,......X,,,, ROW' ONE: George XY':ipp3s, Kaye lalliullette, Carol Miser, Mr. Flora. Barbara Crow, Phyllis Leech. ROW' TXVO: Thelma Barrels, Artie Hopltins. ROW' THREE: Dick Rimniel, XVilliam Starner, Thomas Leech, Lawrence Lantz. ROW' FOUR: Douglas Shull, XVillinn1 Stevens, john Green, Robert Dawson. Richard Dame. l 0 Szfwwleaz' Zeeman! The evidence of our growth toward maturity can be found in mu willingness to accept responsibility and in our power to carry out our projects successfully. One of the projects sponsored by the Student Council was the recording of information about basketball opponents and the distribution of this information to the public. Representatives from each home room met cvery Wednesday with Mr. Flora, to consider suggestions for student activity. The student body, through the council, has an opportunity to study some of the problems of school government in an effort to improve the school. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Phyillis Leech, Vice-Presidentg Robert Dawson, Prcsidcntg Carol Miser, Secretary. 40 Ee 775146 mdflgdlffdw l ROW ONE: Patricia Smith, Patricia Steigmeyer, jessica I.ewis, Jo Ann Mitchell, DeVeta Miller, Shirley Campbell, Mary Lou Clark, Betty Andrews, Sharon Halbert, Bernice Stroh, Katherine Shirk, Retha Bloom, Ruth Mcttert. ROW TWO: Gretel Heinzerling, Vivian Christlieb, Wanda Brown, Barbara Bechtol, Patricia Owens, Sue Ann Rowe, Marilyn I'IatIner, Pamela Freygang. ROW' THREE: Doris Dolan, Patricia Hall, Bexerly XVansitler, Beverly heiser, Audrey Kelley, Judith Clark, Phyllis Leech, janet Limpert, Valerie Barbara King, Anita Dills. ROW FOUR: Maxine Walt, Sharon Schmidt. ROW FIVE: Ileen Hollis, Beverly Myers, Mary Lou Wilcox, I.ois Koch, Wade, Dolores Hollis, Katrina Heirizerling, Patricia Krider, Glcnnagenc Fuller, Barnhart, Dorothy XVerk- Machlilc, Wfilma W'alton, Judith Schulthess, Gwynn -Ieanette Andrews. ROXV SIX: Patricia Steward, Sharon Rahrig, Roberta Ross, Patricia Bartlett, Nancy Hays, .loyce Scofield. 66764 Y-TIiENS7MAKE MINI-1 MANHATTAN Y-Teens, a branch of the Y. XV. C. A., was organized in the school for the purpose of promoting a Sisterhood of junior and senior girls. In order that the girls may be able to make adjustments after graduation, programs which include all phases of religious, recreational, and social activities are planned. , Traditional Y-Teen-sponsored activities are two sandwich sales to which the whole school is invited, and at least one big party. At Christmas time a box was prepared and sent to a needy Polish family: in the early fall the Garrett Y-Teens entertained six schools at the annual District Con- ference. Y-TEEN OFFICERS SEATED: Retha Bloom, Vice-President, Patricia Bartlett, President, Betty Andrews, Secretary. STANDING: Ileen Hollis, Social Chaircang Doris Dolan, Devotional Chairman, NVilma XValton, Song Leader: Beverly Myers, Treasurer. -il Qeademea 73faefefa gfmdee FRONT ROW fsittingj: Douglas Zimmerman, Howard Nutt, George W'appes, Richard Best, Evan Roberts. SECOND ROW: Mr. Dorrell, Merlin Wappes, Jerry Campbell, Arthur Myers, Thomas Diederieh, Thomas Jackson, Robert Grimes, Richard Bowlby, Arnold Dose. THIRD ROVV: Williaxii Loomis, Robert Baumgardner, Woodrow Trostcl, Gene Brumbaugh, james Houser, Glenn Warield, Willianl Leech, William Stevens, Maynard Griffin, FOURTH ROW: Frederick Housel, Bennett Noel, Robert Dawson, Douguas Shull, Franklin Iklossberger. my 42 The members of the Hi-Y were the mule leads of our east. The national Hi-Y is n branch of the Y. M. C. A. organized among high school boys for the purpose of promoting the highest standards of conduct and attitude throughout the whole school. Through weekly group discussions on vital questions, the boys helped each other to gain a clearer outlook on life, and to effect a tentative solution to some of their problems. This year, under a new director, the boys undertook several worthwhile projects. They were also the guests of the Y-Teens at the "Caboose Capers", annual party. HI-Y OFFICERS FRONT ROW-Robert Dawson, President, Frederick Housel, Treasurer. BACK ROW-Bennett Noel, Vice-President, Franklin Mossberger, Secretary. ie QM fum Zim! ROXV ONE: Bonnie Schortgen, Sharon Malcolm, Katherine Faberizio, Patricia Diederich, Thais Ervin, Mary Romano, Colleen Williams, Barbara Malcolm, Karen Bigelow. ROW TWO: Shirley Dickison, Judith Burteh, Shirley Cramer, Sharlie Shull, Donna Rose, Norma Kugler, Betty Weimer, Violet Shipe, Carol Miser, Carolyn Withrow. ROW THREE: Twila Wells, Josephine Clark, Sue Smith, Carolyn Simpson. ROW FOUR: Miss Gump, Jannette Votrie, Juanita Maggert, Donna Bonnett, Sue Coyer. Artie Hopkins, Marceille Beebe, Violet Deihl, Thelma Bartels, Eleanor Maggert, Shirley Fuller, Marilyn Tuttle, Gwenn Grogg, Evangeline Nissly, Margaret Priekett, Ann McBride, Sarah Andrews, Beverly Travis. ROW FIVE: Mary Lou King, Verna Hartman, Bonnie Kees, Mary I.ou Hillegass, Patricia Shirlc, Deloris Penland, Marlene Partee. ROW SIX: Evelyn Diederich, June Stiles, Kathleen Hoyer, Jean Harner, Donna Myers, Gwyneth Manges, Carolyn Nodine, Carolyn Judd, Madeline Miller, Kaye LaFollette, Joan Rimmel, Joan Baldwin, Jeanne Todd, Rita Hopkins. ROW SEVEN: Sally Bixler, Irma Diederich, Shirley Koepke, Gloria Mossberger, Carolyn Schurr, Barbara Moss, Joyce Getts. gdze fzicwgie The purpose of the Blue Trianble is to find and give the best. Organized as a little sister club to Y-Teens, it aids in developing leadership and eo-operation, which will always be valuable assets. This year, as in preceding years, the chief money-making scheme was selling Christmas cards. Entertainment was provided by talented freshmen and sophomores. Occasional programs--a style show from the Raven-Croft school of beauty, and a book review by Mrs. Harry Hogan, for examplef-were sponsored by the Y-Teens. BLUE TRIANGLE OFFICERS SEATED: Shirley Fuller, Secretary: Irma Diederieh President: Carolyn Wfithrow, Vice-President, Artie Hopkins Treasurer. Q s STANDING: Sharon Malcolm, Song Leader, Beverly Travis, Program Chairman: Kaye I.aFollette, Social Chairman. 43 2474005 gag cad!!! 2 ROW' ONE: Gene Brumbaugh, john Hovarter. ROW TXWO: Ralph Baker, Herbert Maurer, Franklin jordan, Byron Ferguson, Richard Kruger. Elbert Chittenden, Frederick Olinger, Dallas hlordon, jerry Campbell. ROW' THREE: John Clevenger, james Houser, George I-Ielbert, Merlin NVappes, llacques Hickman, Robert Chisholm, Frederick I-Iousel, Eugene Shaffer, Bennett Noel, George Tuttle, George XY'appes, Mr. Bateman, Harry Brumbaugh. 7. 7, 14, The F. F. A. sets the stage to teach interested boys the fundamentals of farming. This year they showed exhibits at the County Fair, sold apples, visited the Chicago International Livestock Show, sponsored a basketball squad, and sent delegates to the Future Farmers' Convention at Purdue. XY'ords that all Future Farmers remember are: "To live and learn on a good farm is pleasant as well as challengingf' F. F. A. OFFICERS SEATED: Bennett Noel, Vice-President, Fred Houscl, President. STANDING: Merlin Wdppes, Secretaryg Eugene Shaffer, Sentinelg Robert Chisholm, Reporter, George Tuttle, Treasurer. 4-1 Odaiamoz SEATED: Beverly Barnhnrt, Carleen Bnrnhixrt, Shirley Cramer, Judith Burtch, Sharon Malcolm, Sue Smith, Donna Bonnett, Beverly Wfansitler, Katherine Shirk. STANDING Qrow onej: Dorothy XVerkheiser, Patricia Hall, Patricia Krider, Violet Sliipe, Donna Myers, Patricia Shirk, Shnrlie Shull. STANDING Crow twol: Mrs. Sweeney, Lois Koch, Doris Dolan, Carolyn Simpson, Barbara Beehtol, Judith Sehulthess, Carolyn Sehurr, Donna Jeanne Rose. ldizazq Zeal This year has seen the beginning of many good things at G. H. S., among them the organization of the Literary Engineers. Under the expert guidance of Mrs. Sweeney, the members of the club worked hard to fulhll their four purposes: to interest students in becoming librarians, to bring better service to the school from the library, to train student librarians to be more el'Iieient, and to make more people interested in good books. The club if affiliated with the Hoosier Student Library Assoeiation, a statewide organization. LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS Carolyn Sehurr, Treasurer, Donna Jeanne Rose, Vice- Presidentg Doris Dolan, President, Barbara Beehtol, Secretary. 45 cnaaeef ROW' ONE: Joyce Getts, Patricia Steward, Ileen Hollis, Sharon Rahrig, Sharlie Shull, Donna Jeanne Rose, Jeanne Todd, Kaye LaFollette, Joan Baldwin, Gretel Heinzerling, Barbara Bechtol, Anita Dills, Barbara King, Gwynn Wade, Katrina Heinzerling, Sue Ann Rowe, Sharon Helbert. RONV TWO: Sharon Malcolm, Shirley Dickison, Beverly Wansitler, Gwenn Grogg, Milgie Howard, Gwyneth Mangcs, Carleen Barnhart, Donna Myers, Beverly Barnhart, Dorothy Werkhiser, Audrey Kelley, Judith Clark, Phyllis Leech, Janet Limpert, Judy Schulthess, Deloris Hollis, Valerie Machlik. RONV THREE: Barbara Moss, Artie Hopkins, Thelma Bartels, Carolyn Simpson, Gloria Mossberger, Wanda Brown, Maxine NWalt, Beverly Travis, Sharon Schmidt, Lois Kock, Joyce Scofield, Betty Andrews, Nancy Hays, Betty Weinier, Norma Kugler, Pamela Freygang, Patricia Owens, Sarah Andrews, Marilyn Haffner, Jean Harner. ROW EOUR: Mr. Coble, Patricia Hall, Doris Dolan, Roberta Ross, Jessica Lewis, Patricia Steigmeyer, Beverly Myers, Vivian Christlieb, Mary Lou Wilcox, Sonia Sleek, Shirley Cramer, Shirley Campbell, Jo Ann Mitchell. gm' 640444 A A j , ' ms, . fuer. 1 . Q, A . , L I a. , f Q- ' 1" ,I . :rf E 1 nk M at Q me a ei . . gf , ., 1-V ,. ,, A 'L' 1-:SWTVQT yilffr ' ,-,: , - A. ' - , r e me fe? , w ise' -1 as , , , f ,. 1 .,,. ., fe 4 r ,,,, ' 5 11 , .i g V 5 . , V--i f ii. S ,., 33 'Q -':- Q- '- 'Q V y i ' g' ' 'K is ' if ,, 'li 11, ix I ,.,.. i lze. Q ,,,, 1 2 ' A M ff? W V " . V : '5"" 1 'I ' -: j.:-2' ' -. .N .yff1' 55i":,.1 r ' Ikea- ir' fzQi'N'L HM 3 f B 15 if 0 1 fs ,,- " .... -' ' . . 2' ' ix .. 'fzg:g':,.q:s::f:.,.-If V-sf - :sr efagy is H at Elks? 1 , , 'Est , -si? so Al, , ,L , ., ,. .,.,,., austria, ev LW , Every good show has Il line chorus to add color to the story and to supplement the talents of its east. The Girls' Chorus at Garrett High, after steadily in- creasing its membership for several years, this year contained more than eighty voices. The fact that the chorus, with only half an hour's practice each week, was able to turn in such fine performances at it's two annual appearances, the Spring Concert and the Baccalaureate services, speaks well for Mr. Cobleis superior ability as a director. 46 004 7 7 Sing ROW ONE: Robert Baumgardner, Kent Gordon, Gareth Reese, Donald Gentry, Williain Leech, Junior Brooks, Glen Camp. ROW TWO: Donald Boren, Robert Foulk, Harold Diehl, Donald Steward, Douglas Shull, Williani Byanski, Harland Quince, Richard Bowlby. f ROW THREE: Mr. Cole, Richard Dame, Eugene Shaffer, Ned Zimmerman, Kenneth Hollis, Jack Clark, Douglas Zimmerman. Zag' fiance Those noises coming from Studio Three are only the warm-ups of the Boys' Chorus. After they get started, there's no stopping them, Although the boys did not give a public performance this year, they Worked hard and had fun singing together. Under the direction of Mr. Cole the boys learned a variety of songs ranging from "My Bonnie" to l'The Lost Chord" and "Stout-Hearted Men." Singing together teaches the boys harmonizzition, rhythm, and melody. Turning numerous discords into harmony gave the boys a greater appreciation of music. ,4ZZe7'za ROW ONE: lfvan Roberts, Kent Gordon, Marlene Partee, Ioan Rimmel, Nladeline Miller, XVilliam Wyatt, Larry Barnes, Maurice Getts. ROW' TWO: Donald Getts, Eleanor Bowes, Dorothy Carper, Mary Hilkey, Patricia Smith, Susan Wfarfield, Carolyn judd, Virginia Souder, Colleen W'illiams, Carolyn NX"ithrow, Carol Miser, james Bartlett. ROW' THREE: Mr. Cole, XVilliam Loomis, Barbara Busz, Kay Feagler, Gareth Reese, Patrizii Diederieh, DeVeta Miller, Donald Gentry, Connie Sehumaker, Thais Ervin. ROW' FOUR: Bernice Stroh, Robert Foulk, Robert Baumgardner, Thomas Diederich, Donald Buren, Sally Zimmerman, Shirley Kocpke, Irma Diederich. jimmy Koch. gmac! . I l NVe always were proud of our band when we saw it stepping in parade, shoulders back and eyes straight ahead. It was outstanding in that instrumentation was more complete and performance level higher than in past years. Much to the delight of all local boys and girls, the band won a trophy for placing second in the DeKalb County Fair at Auburn. It also added color to the football and basketball games, presented a Christmas concert for the student assembly, and staged its last performance at Commencement. The laurels did not come without work. Every Monday, XVednesdny, and Friday found the band members hard at praetiee in Studio Three. BAND OFFICERS .Ioan Rimmel, Secretary: Donald Boren, Presidentg DeVeta Miller, Vice-President: Robert Foulk, Student Director. x 4 S gzdgaafam KNEELING: Dennis Casey, George Mayfield, james Witlaerspoon, Robert Hammond, Glen XVarfield. STANDING Cleft to rightls Donald Getts, Albert Smith, james Hammond, -Iohn Green, Mr. XY"oodcox, lfvan Roberts, Robert Grimes, George Peters, XVilliarn Stevens, Thomas Leech. carol ein! , -1 ww f" ir! 'y'vE:-5ir,"7.,, 'W' N11 'i si, et, A' i ' - QQ ff - soles-Qzgfm 3 , 7 Mgfwef M, skis, A E11 f , .L1:.5?' Wy' 152 5 ,Tye 1' . E, Q3 -555212125 5 , t tw it 3, to r t 1 is W Abi, ' .S , mf g - 1' - 'f it ' 'V 1. My Y 7 , ,gf jffn 5 '-fi: Q' 'Lriifzizfyii f 1 me A I 2 rg WW- ati Y f W ,.,,., , , ...., Q, 4 ,Q "" .,,. 4 M -:-- to A 1. Af? V ' r'rr 2 X-fe-was fi C, 'S , - -r-- 'f f " X ' Masriif sm . -fra-W.ys fs -ff: ka-pg r- 49 l'The show must go on." This might well be the motto of the Scout Club for they were busy leaders in community activities and represented a special group of boys in our school. During Boy Scout XVeek the scouts took over the government of the city and of the school. The members of the Scout Club bettered their school and community through their group projects and their good deeds. Several Courts of Honor were held this year to reward the boys for their hard work and faithful efforts. Vande ZZ. S. ,-4, ROW ONE: Sharon Schmidt, Patricia Bartlett, Mary Lou W'ilcox, Gareth Reese, Katherine Shirk, Anita Dills, Patricia Smith. ROW TWO: Miss Evarcl, Nancy Hnvs, Lois Koclc, Glennagcne Fuller, Sharon Rahrig, DeVet1 Miller, Douglas Shull, Robert Dawson, W'11yne Diederich. Stzeamfdnefa Staff Sweating and straining to 'neet its deadlines, the Maroon mul Blur staff has successfully ended nnothcr year of editing the bi-monthly Sh'ut1n1lir1v1'. Members of the staff solicited merchants to get advertising for the paper. Pounding typcwritcrs, proof-reading, and planning n "dummy" were ll few behind-the-scenes activities connected with the publishing of the newspaper. Through the combined efforts of the staff and the immeasurable patience of Miss Evarcl, the SfrL'a1l1li11r'r was n huge success. 50 alea of lie Saudi pacific ROW ONE: Marilyn Haffner, Patricia Bartlett, Vfilnm Waltcmii, Patricia Smith, Beverly Myers, Phyllis Leech, Pamela Freygang, Sue Ann Rowe, Patricia Owens. ROW TWO: Donald Gentry, Gretel Heinzerling, janet Limpert, Barbara Bechtol, Audrey Kelly, Mary Lou Wilcox, Joyce Scofield, Maynard Clark. RONV THRIQIE Bennett Noel, Robert Dawson, Howard Bonnett, Douglas Shull. f4eaZfJaa mf! "Say, I knew that fellow when I was in high school. He graduated in my classf' These may be your thoughts when glancing through this book ten years from now. In the snapshots you see that old banquet sweetheartg in the basketball squad picture, the heroes of your high school years. All these help to bring back the feeling of fellowship with classmates. The Yearbook staff has worked hard to make this annual interestingq and the senior class is happy to present it to you to help you remember this year at Garrett High School. 51 I P V r f4z'4!ez'6ae -'i ,I r"s ff 3 ' L M fx , li.-f 5,- t V r F M Howard Bonnett, a two-year letterman, has held down the left tackle position for the Railroaders for the last two years. He was one of the bigger boys on the team. -lack Clark is a four-year letterman, who won letters as a fullback and as a right end. For three years he has made the N. E. I. A. C. second team. Maynard Clark has been a lettcrman, as a rugged lineman, for two years. His home position was guard, but when a tackle was needed, he was tackle. Bob Dawson is a two-year letterman, quarteibaeking in his junior year, and Hlling the right end post in his senior year. He also saw action as a back in his senior year. Wayiie Diederich is a two-year letterman who filled the left end post for the Railroadcrs. He is a small boy, but he did big things in football. Donald Gentry didn't make a practice of bouncing husky linemen off his shoulder, but he surely retarded their forward motion. He is a two-year letterman, member of the N. E. I. A. C. second ECIIITI, and captain of the Railroaders in 1949. Arthur Myers earned a letter in football his senior year by doing great things in the line. Bennett Noel felt at home while in either the guard or the tackle slot for the Railroaders. He is a two-year letterman. Douglas Sliull earned a letter in football in his senior year by working either as a back or as a lineman. PLAYERS felockwisej Jack Clark Maynard Clark Bennett Noel Capt. Donald Gentry Wiayne Diederich Howard Bonnett Arthur Myers Robert Dawson Douglas Shull ROW ONE: james Koch, XVilfred Esselburn, Bernard Myers, Robert Baurngardner, George Mayfield, john Feagler, Dick Rimmel, Bennett Noel, George Wfappes, Harland Quince. ROW TWO: Robert Hammond, Samuel Easterday, Robert Dawson, Donald Gentry, Maynard Clark, Douglas Shull, Kenneth Hollis, jack Clark, Douglas Zimmerman, Howard Bonnett, Leslie Harper, Wayne Diedcrich, Arthur Myers. ROXV THREE: Coach Harman, john Hovarter, junior Brooks, jack Rahrig, john Waterbeck, jack Lumm, Allen Brand, jacques Hickman, Glenn Warheld, Robert Grimes, Mr. Bateman. ?aaz'faZZ cam Any success which the Garrett Ruilroaders might have achieved in the 1949 football campaign came not through victory, but defeat. Since the team failed to Win fl game during the season, it might be thought that the time spent was L1 total lossg and this would be true if the only assets of the game of football come in overwhelming the opponent. The reallv Worthwhile things of any game are the results of participating-physical strength, sense of co-opera- tion, and stronger character. Baron De Goubertin has been quoted thus: "The essential thing is not conquering, but fighting wellf, If this is true, who is to say how much the Railroaders benefitted from the 1949 football campaign, or just how successful they really were? . 56 Stage 6-new BASKETBALL FIRST FIVE LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslie Harper, Wayne Diederich, ,lack Clark, Bob Dawson, Jack Feagler. 2544055466 Garrett High School was well represented on the basketball court in the 1949-S0 season. Although the Railroaders failed to produce many victories, they provided many exciting games. Playing their best brand of ball against stronger teams, the Railroadcrs lost many close decisions. Because the team seemed to follow the pattern of playing close games against strong and weak teams alike, their supply of victories fails to do them justice. VARSITY TEAM-Kneeling: Qleft to rightj jack Feagler, Robert Dawson. Douglas Zimmerman, .lack Clark, Leslie Harper, Wayne Diederich, Frederick Housel. Standing: fleft to riglitj Mr. Parks, Douglas Shull, Robert Chisholm, Kenneth Hollis, Richard Dame, Gareth Reese, Raymond Hauck, Cmanagerj, Mr. Bateman. Kaye Zzew Seann! 7mm ROW' ONE: glefr ui riglitj Xw'iiii.'l!T1 Leech, George Whppes, George Tuttle, Richard Dame, Kenneth Hullis, George Mayfield. ROW' TXVO: Robert Haumiwnd, Gary MuPi1eetf:1'S, Ned ZTlTll'l1':'!'I'H11I1, lack Nvilligzinrs, Melvin Tree-li. Dick Rimmel, Bernard Myers. Zed Ze zafefza LEFT TO RIGHT: Gwynn Wade, Dun Steward, Beverly Travis. iage deem 27446655466 Sgwwf ROW ONE: Conch Parks, jack Feuglcr. -lack Clark, Duuggl-N Zimmerman, Robert Dawsnn, XVnyn Digderich, George NVnppes, George Turtle, XVillinm Leech, Leslie Hnrner. ROXV TWO: Melvin Trcesh, Robert Hammond, jack XVillinmQ, Harland Quinee, Bernard Myers Dick Rimmel, Gary Meljlmecters, Kenneth Hullis. Mgr, Raymond Hauck, Asst. Mgr. Raymond Sidcrs 6:4144 eamzbzg LEFT TO RIGHT: Gnreih Reewe, Tum Jackson, Richard Dame, Fred Housel, Nlerliw Vfnppfi. 59 made get amz cm ROW ONE: Deloris Hollis, Audrey Kelley, Thais Ervin, Lois Kock, Evelyn Diederich, Nancy Hays, Mary Lou Wilcox, Jessica Lewis, Patricia Owens, Phyllis Leech, Barbara King, Anita Dills. ROW TWO: Shirley Dickison, Sharon Schmidt, Patricia Steigmeyer, Jo An-n Mitchell, Shirley Koapke, Joyce Getts, Sharon Helbert, Patricia Steward, Deloris Penland, Glennagene Fuller, Judith Burceh. ROW THREE: Joyce Scofield, Donna Bonnett, June Stiles, Gwenn Grogg, Artie Hopkins, Shirley Fuller, Carolyn Simpson, Patricia Krider, Gloria Mossberger, Madeline Miller, Joan Rimmel, Roberta Ross. ROW' FOUR: Rita Hopkins, Mary Romano, Donna Myers, Winifred McMillan, Patricia Bartlett, Betty Weimer, DeVeta Miller, Sue Rowe, Pamela Freygang, Marlene Partee, Sally Bixlcr, Josephine Clark. gm!! 7nL"a amwzaf The Girls' lntr.imii:'.il attempts to give girls the opportunity :J enjoy organized haskeihall. Participation in athletics not only dsvelops a girl pliysieally. but also creates in her the traiix of a good personality: broadniindedness .ind sportsmanship. ixlembersliip for one iear is rewarded with a chevron and for Your years with .1 pin. In recognition of excellence in p.rf'ormgmce, six girls are named to the All-Star Team at the end of the season. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL OFFICERS President, Carolyn W'ithrow, Treasurer. 60 Judith Sehulthess, Vice President, Mary Lou Wilcox, Swim 5645645644 '29 ff! sn ll M.. si 'Q , 'f' -vi fx . .-gg.--x.1' -. 6 16 16 23 30 7 11 14 15 21 24 25 2Y 27-2 28 31 8 8 11 It 16 18 21 22 24-2 25 29 2 6 7 S 9 12 12 16 22 23 SEPTEMBER First day-Curtain time! Afternoon off CCounty fairj Football season opens-YVars:uv 34-12 Qtherej Decatur 13-6 Cherej New Haven 18-O fherej OCTOBER Columbia City 19-13 Qherej Band skating pflrty Bluffton 32-13 Ctherej Y-teen conference Hicksville 18-13 fherej First Junior Dance George Campbell 'LI Hear America Singing" Basketball Rules Clinic Cross Country Sectional S Te:1cher's Convention-First Intermission Auburn 54-O ftlierej XVhoops! Basketball practice starts NOVEMBER Football supper at Country Club Senior Mom and Dad Night Sophomore party First basketball game-Ashley S6-SS Cherej Beauty Clinic for Y-teens Huntertown 69-32 ftherej Norman Coates XVebster "So You Don't Like Poetry" F. F. A. Skating Party S Thanksgiving vaeationfSeeond Intermission Kendallville 46-36 Ctherej Butler 45-41 fherej XVe won!!! CFirst victory of the year, DECEMBER New Haven 43-36 Ctherej Victory No. 2! Angola S1-49 Cherej Overtime victory for Garrett Y-Teen's Sandwich Sale Yum! Yum! Maroon :md Blue Party Warsaw S1-49 Cherej Overtime G. A. A. starts Mr. XVest's movie party Auburn SS-45 Qherej Woe is me!! Kendallville 37-33 Cherej Christmas vacation-Third Intermission JANUARY 5-6-7 County Tournament. Spencervilie 48-39. W'ait till next year! 13 Angola S3-S0 ltherej Victory No. 4! 16 Cecil Leeson, saxaphone player 20 Bluffton S2-46 Qherej 24 Waterloru 69-49 Cherei W'e're slipping! Z7 Columbia City 42-35 ftherej 'What a game! 30 Girl,s basketball tournament-Scof1cld's Scorer's, victors. FEBRUARY 1 Butler 3 Y-Teen party-"Caboose Capers" 7 Concordia 7 Kirk Bennett "The Man Who Knew Lincoln" 10 Avilla 70-S0 Cherej Wfe sure showed 'en1, yeah nun! 14 Decatur S9-S0 ftherej 15 Knickerbocker Quartette 17 Albion 22-25 Sectional Tournament-Oh, those Devils! 28 G. A. A. Banquet MARCH 3 Freshman party 4 Regional Tournament 6 Dr. Lawrence Hess-Vocational Guidance 8 Second Sandwich Sale. More good food! 11 Semi-final Tournament 13 Auditorium program "Local Talent" 18 State Tournament 50-31 Senior class play, "American Passport"-Nice job! APRIL 4 The Coles 7 Good Friday 11 First truck meet, with Kendgillville 21 Spring concert 25 Auburn track meet MAY 1 James XVhittake1' i'XVe Thought We Heard the Angels Singy' S Junior-Senior Banquet. A night you can't forget! 13 Sectional track meet 20 Regional track meet 21 Baccalaureate 23 Junior-Senior Picnic, Seniors bid farewell. 24 Class Night 25 Commencement 26 School's out. Finale. . endow NAME HANGOUT PET PEEVE CRAZY ABOUT FAVORITE EXPRESSION WANTS TO BE WILL BE Beverly Barnhart Auburn low lockers basketball I got news for ya' nurse flagpole sitter Patricia Bartlett with Nancy and Cookie a certain man shaving lotion Don't know, do ya'? hermit barber Barbara Bechtol Room 25 decoration committee cashews wfha hoppen? patient hypnotist Howard Bonnett out of town people who brag Fort Wayne girls Who was she? photographer press agent Donald Borcn local hobby shop lady drivers airplanes I don't know. aviator research chemist Jerry Campbell Garrett Phyllis a girl Oh! farmer comedian Robert Chisholm Butler Center farm training books the navy You can never tell. an admiral welfare worker ,lack Clark DePew's Dry Cleaners goofy women sports fCensorcdj a man angel of mercy -Indy Clark anyplace jealous girls dancing sleepers! artist actress Maynard Clark Freygang's friendly arguments Pam Bottoms up. president of a bank forest ranger john Clevenger Avilla garages Breakfast Club shorts lt helps. farmer UFXIIOF Robert Dawson l'IafIner's speed Marilyn For corn's sake. somebody fastest human Wfayne Diederich anywhere Work ? ? ? ? Hey! a man Fuller Brush man Anita Dills my Chevvy Bill Loomis horses Ya' dumb shag No. 1 lady jockey Pres. of W. C. T. U Robert Foulk corner restaurant traffic cops brunettes Drive it or park it. race driver ventriloquist Pamela Iireygang thereabout late callers Maynard Honest! pill slinger prison warden Glennagcne Fuller home boys Otter Lake Gee Whiz! just me somebody else Donald Gentry everywhere W'rigley's Ianet Aww! famous band leader second fiddler Marilyn Haffner home flirtatious girls Bob Now listen! expert typist torch singer Raymond Hauck Sider's being called Mel Phyllis Oh! nuts store owner foreign diplomat Nancy Hays with Cookie and Pat loud-mouthed boys shaving lotion Piffle! manager of Y. M. C. A. bookie Grctel Heinzerling South End people Purdue Who. IUC? rifill organ grinder Robert Hillcgass home backseat drivers Sharon Helbcrt I don't know. farmer politician lleen Hollis other towns certain gum chewer crewcuts You'ns guys. somebody special linglish teacher Frederick Housel Butler Center cold Chevvy girls want to bet? a farmer city slieker Audrey Kcllgy maroon Ford purple Gene One of those things. Mrs. Gene mystery writer Klville girls M. Oh, COHI- ldlly theologian Lois Kock with Pat and Nancy Patricia Kridet around road hogs who knows Hi! Thatis right. night-club singer' Phyllis Leech with the gang Auburn boys just anyone Oh, dear. famous nurse's aide Janet Limpcrt with the kids lack of time hmm? I thought Fd die! career girl bird watcher Valerie Machlik with the smooth six forgetfullness Butler U. boy Are you kidding? broad minded jiu-jitsu artist Winifred McMillan at home finding a sitter Mac Oh! housewife census taker DeVeta Miller MitChell's no car to drive certain ones Doggone! tell you later 'geometry teacher Arthur Myers any place handy dead parties ? ? ? ? Hereis to you. cowboy public speaker Beverly Myers I'll never tell jealous girls "Les" Dummy! glamorous sponge diver Bennett Noel Butler Center Garrett girls Auburn l wouldn't say that. farmer hobo Patricia Owens with the kids K'ville girls Garrett guys Hi! a grandmother mermaid Sharon Rahrig typing room short men Peanut fa dogj lflot dog! head of S. P. C. A. silverware polishcr Gareth Reese Wap's car working food Baloney! preacher bar tender Clcora Rodebaugh B 85 J Cafe funny shows Herb No kiddin! housewife fashion designer Sue Ann Rowe any dope's house other flirts human males lieis cute! beautiful philosopher Joyce Sconeld "Home Sweet Home" across the street that man Geez! Mrs. Crager tugboat captain Katherine Shirk just around the farm silent people You'd be surprised You tell mc. just plain Kate mountain climber Douglas Shull Cartwright's long skirts sweater girls So what? red hot reporter home ee. teacher Patricia Smith Dills' Chevvy necking vanilla milk shakes Cnoax me. Jim's secret wife opium eater Donald Steward YVoodc0X's all women no one oe8L!!zz!'! hermit teamster Patricia Steward here and there my height popular music Gollyneds. I'l1 never tell. exterminator Barbara Treesh home giggly girls Bill Golly! homemaker hat-check girl Kenneth Treesh corner restaurant Fords blondes I clon't know. race driver G-man Wfilma Walton Dills, Chevvy early curfew Dick Hot einders! singer cotton picker Merlin XVappes Hilkey's Jeanie Mary I donlt care. a good farmer cartoonist Dorothy Werkheiser house on the corner noisy people Claude P. Oh, for pete's sake. librarian dictionary author Mary Lou W'ilcox in the blue death flirty girls Bill Oh, rats! Phys. Ed. Teacher Bill collector Mary W'ilson Fort Wayne conceited people Coleman B. Xly heavens! Mrs. Coleman B. inventor 66444 7065! We, the stars of nineteen hundrey fifty, hereby make I, Beverly Barnhart, will my low locker to my sister, did dodging upper lockerdoors. I, Patricia Bartlett, will my ability to skip school and We, Barbara Bechtol and Gretel Heinzerling, will our has the time. our collective and individual wills, Nancy. May she have better luck than I get away with it to Evelyn Diederich. ability to get into trouble to anyone who I, Howard Bonnett, will my seat in Civics to Bill Leech. I, Donald Boren, will my trumpet to Joe Krider. I, Jerry Campbell, will my hay fever to Kenneth Hollis, I, Robert Chisholm, will that noisy corner in speech class to George Xllfappes. I, Jack Clark, will my ability to get along with women to Jack Feagler. I, Judith Clark, will my seat in art class to Kathleen Hoyer. We, Maynard Clark and Arthur Myers, will to Harland Quince and his chosen buddy our unforgettable parties. I, John Clevenger, will to Harold Soudah my ability to get along with women. We, Robert Dawson and Marilyn Haffner, will our ability to patch things up in a hurry to any 'couple who needs it. I, Wayne Diederich, will my bashfulness to Bill Loomis. We, Anita Dills and W'ilma Walton, will party nights in K'ville to Barbara King. We, Robert Foulk and Kenneth Treesh, will one Hudson, one Chevvy, and a party to Melvin Treesh and Jack Williaxiis. I, Pamela Freygang, will my ability to be quiet at the wrong time to Sandra Luttman. To Barbara Curie, I, Glennagene Fuller, will my high locker. I, Donald Gentry, will to George Mayfield my job of distributing Beech-Nut gum. I hope he is willing to be mobbed when he walks down the hall. I, Raymond Hauck, will the job of basketball manager to Raymond Siders. I, Nancy Hays, will my dreams of a 1950 Cadillac to Evy and Jean. fMay their dreams come true.j To any junior or senior, I, Robert Hillegas, will my ability to get business law. I, Ileen Hollis, will some of my shortness to Artie Hopkins. I, Fred Housel, will to Bill Maggert my locker on the top row. I, Audrey Kelley, will to Maxine Walt the seat in Civics in which I froze to death. I, Lois Kock, will my trouble with blondes to Beverly Wansitler. To Jeanne Todd, I, Patricia Krider, will my old bones. l'm through with them now. I, Phyllis Leech, will encouragement to carry on in Auburn to Jo Ann Baldwin. I, Janet Limpert, will my ability to whistle to any I, I, Winifred McMillan, will my ability to be at school 66 boy who needs it. Valerie Machlik, will to Thais Ervin the honor of not having visited the breakfast club. such a short time each day to everyone. 66444 7066! I, DeVeta Miller, will my position in the band to Jo Ann Mitchell. May shc have as much fun as I had. I, Beverly Myers, will to Gwynn Xvade my ability to get to school before the ive-minute bell rings. I, Bennett Noel, will my seat in speech class to Byron Ferguson. I, Patricia Owens, will to Sharon Helbert the ability to get my shoe 'hooked' in speech class. To Dennis Casey, I, Sharon Rahrig, will two or three inches of my height. I, Gareth Reese, will my position as first clarinetest to Kent Gordon. I, Cleota Rodebaugh, will to Mary Romano, Dick Rimmel, and Keith Rugman my ability to study in room 11. I, Sue Ann Rowe, will my ability to get into trouble through my outspokenness to Nancy Sithen. To any newcomer in G. H. S., I, Joyce Scofield, will my low locker, with the hope that he will be short. I, Katherine Shirk, will to any high school girl the pleasure of sitting beside Glen Camp in the bus. May that seat never be empty. I, Douglas Shull, will my ability to get into room 11 just before the 3:30 bell to Bob Baunigardner. I, Patricia Smith, will to Joan Rimmell my naturally curly hair and glasses with the hope that she gets as much attention from the dark rims as I did. I, Donald Steward, will my ability to steer clear of women to Leslie Harper. I, Patricia Steward, will my senior dignity QU to the noisy freshmen at my locker. I, Barbara Treesh, will my top locker to Marilyn Tuttle. To Richard Dame, I, Merlin XVappes, will my cross-country and track equipment. I, Dorothy NVerkheiser, will to Barbara Bickel my place at the librarians' desk, I, Mary Lou Wilcox, will my success in keeping a steady boy friend to Judy Schulthess. I, Mary XVilson, will my ability to skate to Jeannette Andrews. To the freshmen, we, the class of '50, will our textbooks and senior self-confidence. To the sophomores, we, the class of '50, will our success in making monev and in , entertaining the senior class. To the juniors, we, the class of VO, will our front seats in the auditorium and all our good times at G. H. S. 67 Curtain Fall for our Producers! A crowd is made of three they say, But to these ninety our thanks wc- pay. THA XKS. SPONSO RS Abey Abram, Inc. American Legion Post 178 B. 8: J. Cafe B. 8: O. Railroad Company Brinkerhoff 81 Brinkerhoff Burtch Printing Company Catharine Shop Chas. F. Lumm Chas. Ort Sc Company Clark Sz Company Country Market-Karr 5 Sibert Creek Chub Bait Company Culligan Soft Water Service Dalrymple Barber Shop Deihl's Service Station 8g Squeeze Inn DeKalb County Farm Bureau DePew's Dry Cleaners Dick's Lunch Dr. D. M. Reynolds Drs. Hall 81 Runnels, Veterinarians Dr. R. A. Nason Electric Motors Specialties, Inc. Felke Florist Frank T. Ashenfelter, Contractor Fraternal Order of Eagles Gala Beauty Shop Gala Theater Garrett City Coal Company Garrett Clipper Garrett Lumber Company Garrett Municipal Utilities Garrett State Bank 'Garrett Telephone Company 'George Dry Cleaning Gerig Furniture Store 'Gingery Department Store Green Sr Brennan, Insurance Haffner's 56 to 351.00 Stores, Inc. Haynes Dairy Heinzerling's Hardware Heitz Grocery. House of Harter-Goshen, Ind. I. O. O. F. Lodge 602 Jack Cortese Motor Sa-les Johnston Insurance Agency Kern's Service Station K. P. Sithen, General Contractor Lantz Barber Shop Lehner's East Side Grocery Limpert Jewelry Little's Hardware Lobby Machlik's News Stand McKee Funeral Home McLaughlin's Auto Parts McNabb's Appliance Service Meyers Department Store Midwestern Foundries, Inc. Miller's Pharmacy Mountz Sz Mountz Nodine's Restaurant Northern Indiana Fuel K: Light Ota Cartwright Recreational Center Owen's Glass Shop Psi Iota Xi Sorority Riedhart's Home Store R. 81 M. Motors, Inc. R. Perry Reynolds, M. D. Schlosser Oil Company Sebring's Clea-ners Service Finance Co.. Inc. ' Simon's Grocery Sisters of Sacred Heart Hospital Smith's Drug Store Smith Motors Snook's Marathon Station Standard Service Station Stern Clothing Company Superior Dairy Superior Drive Inn Superior Ice Cream Company Talley's Texaco Sta-tion Thorne Studio Tiny Tots Toggery Turney Coal Company Vanity Beauty Shoppe Williams Grocery Wyatt's Zern's Service Station Zimmerman's Funeral Home I Marcine Ashenfelter.. Shirley Baker ,,,,A, ,,,,.,, Marjorie Bartelse ,Io Ann Blech ....,... Martha Bloom ,...A., Doloris Boester, ,,,,,,, , Marilyn Brown joan Carlin ,,.i...i,, ., Marilyn Conner ,.,..,. Esther Davidson ,,,, , Sharon DePew ,,.,, Thomas DeWitt ,,,, Melvin Diederich ,.,,,., Robert Donley ,,,,,,,.,. Janet Engle YY..,.,...Y,,.,.... Jeanette Fenstermaker.,,.,.. Maxine Fitch Ober ...,.,, Eula May Freeman ,..,,.,. Joan Gilbert ,..,i,i.,,,,,. Wilma Godwin ,,,.. Ann Greenwalt ..,,,,, ,, Erma Haffner ,,,,,,, Warren Hall Dwayne Harris, Joan Helbert ,,,.,,,, Robert Hellesen. Royce Higgins ,,,, Billy Hofferman,,,,,, Donald Jordan .,,,,,,,, Richard Kruger ,,,,,,, Charles Kuckuek , . , Dolores Luttman ,,,,,, Mary Maggert ,,,,,, William Mavity ',,,,,, Sarah McCarter, ,. Alvina Molargik James Moses ,,,, , ,. Susanna Nicholas ,, Bob Panning ,,,,,,,.,, Blaine Peters ,, Bertha Peterson ,,,,, Willial11 Putt ,,,.,,,,,,, Jacqueline Roberts ,,.,, Basil Rowe ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fannie Mae Rowe, - Norman Runion ,,,.... Robert Sh urr Donna Shirk ,,,,,,, Beverly Shutt ..,.,,, Kenneth Sliger ,.a,,, Elnora Smith , s,,, ,, Virginia Steigmeyer ,,.,, Sue Stephenson ,.,, Carolyn Stroll ,,,,. , jack Thrush ,,,.,,,,,, john Walter ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Annabelle Wfarstler ...,, Ronald Williams,, Martin Woodcox ,... Dale Yarde, ,.....,,,,, , CLASS OF '49,..,.Mrs. William Steinenger .......,.lnternational Business College . .......,,....,...,.....,.v.. Central Market ,..,,.,,,,,,..,Mrs. Harry Rissner .......,..........,Best 5 SC 10 Store ,.,,,,,Gingery's Department Store ,, ..,,. ,,,......,,,,..,,,,, E ,,eAt home ,,.,,....,....,.,Indiana University .,-...Michigan State University home .......St. Mary's College , ,.... At home on farm home 85 O. Railroad ..,.........nEarl Groth 85 Co. ......,Mrs. Willianx McNutt ......,Mrs. Richard Obcr heme home .....,...,,..,.eInternational College ........Mutual jobbing, Ft. Wayne .r,....,,,,,,....,Mrs. Wilbur Cross ..,...,HaHner Store, Warsaw ..e,v.SteWart Bakery, Auburn home ,,,,,,,Grocery, Chicago ,,,.,..Electrical Shop Sc O. Railroad ,DePew's Dry Cleaners . .,.,,,, Riedhart's Grocery At home ..,,,,EsseX Wire Company home . ,,.,,,, United States Air Force t's home .,.....,I-Iardware Engineering ,,...,..MrS. Vernan Johnson .. YY.......... R. 36 M. Motors ,,,,,,,,Hardware Engineering W ....,...., M rs. Donald Royer ,,,,....,Ball State Teacher's College ....,,...Garrett Telephone Company ,,.,,.,...United States Air Force At home .,,,,,,McCray Refrigeration Co. --------------W-------,W....XY,illikl1TL,S Grocery .,,,.....BrinkerhoE and General Motors ---Y-YYAfss..M2fSl1all Clothing Company -mg .-f- ---fV. - .V YYYV At home on farm University ....,,,,Water Treatment 8: Engineering ,.,,,,...,John Hancock Insurance Co. 69 Garrett Telephone Co. home on farm U. Extension, Ft. 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