George Washington High School - Post Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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This action was one of the important factors in the furthering of educa- tion. After the Civil War, the high school sys- tem was begun in this city, and now we have six fine high schools. The Indianapolis high school was reorganized in 1867 through the efforts of Abraham C. Shortridge, the first superintendent. In 1897 the name was changed to Shortridge high school. The new school was located at Michigan and Pennsylvania streets. On this corner more buildings were added from time to time, and the school continued at this place until it was moved to its present location on Meridian street in 1929. Manual Training high school was founded in 1893 through the iniiuence of the German peo- ple who lived on the south side. In 1894 it opened its doors with Charles E. Emerich as its first principal. Since that time the plant has been enlarged until it has reached its present state. Arsenal Technical high school was estab- lished in 1912 on the 76 acre plot of ground which had belonged to the United States government since the days of the Civil War. The school has grown very rapidly until now it is the largest high school in the city. The Broad Ripple high school was formed in 1893, and it did not become a part of the city school system until 1922 when Broad Ripple was annexed to the city. Mr. K. V. Ammerman was appointed principal in 1923. From that time it has grown from a small attendance to nearly five hundred students. Crispus,Attucks high school is located at Twelfth and West streets. This is a school for the colored population of high school age. The school was organized in 1927 under the leadership of Matheas Nolcox. From that time to this they have had an increase in numbers of students and faculty. In the fall of 1930 Mr. Nolcox was succeeded by Russell A. Lane. George Washington high school was brought into existence as a result of action taken by the people west of White River, through the leadership of the Rev. Clarence G. Baker, editor of the West Side Messenger. By his iw work, public opinion was focused on the impor- tance of a high school for the west side as early as 1922. Before that time the section west of the river consisted of a series of distinct independent communities known as West Ind- ianapolis, Mount Jackson, Haughville, Fairfax, and Indianola. Delegates from these various sections visited the School Board, and their action caused the Board to select a site for the building. A large tract of land, to the amount of twelve and one-half acres, on Washington street between Sheffield and Tremont avenues, owned by the Aetna Trust Company, was pur- chased, the plans drawn, and construction be- gun in 1924. School was opened in 1927 under the sup- ervision of Mr. Walter G. Gingery, as prin- cipal, a faculty of thirty-five teachers, and an enrollment of 983 students. The school build- ing was planned to accommodate 1,000 students and was almost filled to capacity the first year. From year to year the enrollment has grown by leaps and bounds until during this pre- sent school year of 1934-1935 it has reached the astounding number of 2103 students and a faculty of sixty-seven teachers. George Washington high school has been the means of solidifying the west side into a great community. It has saved its patrons transportation cost and has fostered commun- ity spirit. Music of the finest and highest type is now enjoyed by the fireside and heard in the churches. Art has made the home and its surroundings more beautiful, and domestic science has taught girls culinary technique and the skill and art of dress makingi Shop training has fitted the boys for the local fact- ories, and commercial courses have trained the students for a better economic living. The academic Work has prepared more than two hundred young people for entrance into the best colleges and universities of the state, where before there were very few. Health teaching has made possible the solving of per- sonal and family health problems. George Washington high school is dedicated and conscrated to the work of enobling and enriching the lives of the citizens of the west side, and such training as it gives insures for the future a group of capable community leaders. , 0 THE MOUNTAIN PINE Gnarled and twisted, Knotted and bent, Alone on the mountain top Years it has spent, Fighting the rain, And braving the storm. Each stark branch tells a tale all its own. Each stark branch tells of battles fought. 'Gainst gruelling years of Driving sleet, And blinding snow, Of plunging rock, And howing wind, Though the dirt from its roots has long blown away It still stands upright day after day. Years it has stood, Years it will stand, Gnarled and twisted, Knotted and bent, Alone on the mountain top, -Florence Smith THE RIVER OF LIFE Life Hows ever onward Just as a river flows, A continuous stream of humanity, Not knowing whither it goes. There are whirlpools in a river As there are in life, A never ceasing struggle In this world of strife. Life beats against the bank, Of heavy care and sorrow, Slowly wearing through trouble To the joy which comes with the morrow. -Dorothy Swails three THE CHAMPION The average runner runs until The breath from him has goneg But the Champion has an iron will That makes him carry on. The champion runs on leaden legsg 'Tis his spirit makes them go, But for rest, the average runner begs When weak his muscles grow. The average man's complacent when He's done his best to score, But the champion does his best, and then He does a little more. -John Niermeyer EARLY IN THE MORNING The sun begins his journey Through an azure skyg The fleecy clouds of morning Go softly sailing by Like giant featherbeds put out To air till night comes nigh. -Margaret Ard four 1 l, rg J . A Q .:,Q' 1. 1 .MV X1 .. , L , f.A' Nw-Q' ,,fA,r ., MU, .ff .'vf Y-.,r,. Sw rf. 4 ,fx , 1 1 ,, li L , f ,w-,, 1 'X , 111 'x .1 , 'Z 'RN- f.X . .M Aw ,..,N ff Q. . 1--A v f 'v 1 .fv P -.,. Yr, A, i. ',,-VWMI, ff 1 , N f 1 mi five ,1 A WASHINGTON i mms cms Ff7fF?.!l"1"T'5?'T2n - -1.1413 lr-A ' vi .,.,.'f'-. M., : 1.55 X gm- .f..r,.,,,r J,-Q-xx,5,, ,ssgm Q .gf5I5'.Nf'1"-- Lf' ,:54 r ' .' , ' V' y J. f -- faP:q',-!L1s19p,JYsr,f,,' .si 7 Af .,,,, .,,,1 ,f.3.Q.,w5,z ..,..A.q -.575 of 'J','..-fwi'-':f.'-1'fl-. 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It was instrumental in trying to obtain new buildings for the school. It has also promoted a class in the school for parents, in "Adolescent Psychology". The oliicers are: Mrs. Lentz, president 3 Mrs. Mather, vice presidentg Mrs. Kathryn D. Schakel, sec- retary-treasurerg and Mlrs. Hancock, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. GEORGE WASHINGTON MEN'S CLUB-The with the needs and to promote the interests of purpose of this club is to acquaint the members George Washington high school. It also main- tains committees on athletic, military, and scholarship awards. The oiiicers are: R. N. Phelps, president, Louis Moller, vice president, G. W. Wolff, secretary-treasurer. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-The object of the Honor Society is to create an enthus- iasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils of George Washington high school. CIVIC QUEST-The purpose of the Civic Quest is to promote better ideals, better citi- zenship, and greater interest in current events and civic questions. MINUTE MEN--The Minute Men assist in athletic activities and give an annual banquet for the athletes. WASHINGTONIANS-The Washingtonians act as advisors to the freshman girls and assist in the social and civic life of the school. JUNIOR RED CROSS-This organization aims to promote friendship and encou-rage service in the school and community. CAMP FIRE GIRLS-This club strives to im- prove the health of its members, and to make them useful and efficient, and to create in them sportsmanship and friendliness toward others. LATIN CLUB-The aim of Sodalitas Latina is to promote an interest in Latin and to gain increased knowledge in that field. AVIATION CLUB-This club was founded to stimulate an interest in flying and in construct- ing models of planes. Its members study new types of planes, theories of flying, statistics of flights, and build model airplanes. FRENCH CLUB-The French Club promotes interest in speaking French and studying the life and literature of the French people. BOOSTERS CLUB-The Boosters Club en- deavors to stimulate an interest among the students in athletics and other activities of the school and to encourage better sportsmanship. BOY SCOUT CLUB-The purpose of this club is to prepare the boys for various merit badges. GERMAN CLUB-The aim of this organiza- tion is to acquaint the members with the Ger- man literature, art, science, and industry. eleven CLUBS NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CLUB- This organization aims to encourage the mem- bers to take a great interest in their academic and military work so as to be eligible for the rank of cadet commissioned ofiicer. OFFICERS CLUB-This organization was or- ganized to promote the betterment and ad- vancement of the Military Unit. ART METAL CLUB-The object of this club is to develop a profitable and enjoyable use of leisure time. USHER CLUB-The Usher Club serves the school as host and traffic officers. Members of this club must maintain a good scholastic record and must demonstrate qualities of leadership. HI-Y CLUB-The Hi-Y Club has as a goal to create, maintain, and extend through the school and community high standards of Christian character. SENIOR POST STAFF-The name of the Senior Post, the senior annual, is adopted from the revolutionary military posts. The staff is a selected number of seniors who give their services to the senior class. The staff is com- posed of the following students: Elmer Koch, editor-in-chief, Lewis Billings, associate edi- tor, Janith Ramsey, circulation manager, Sara Ann Hartley, assistant circulation man- ager, Haven Swindoll, feature editor, Beulah Chanley, Fred Van Abeele, and Doris Stark, assistant feature editors, Betty Sullivan, girls' editor, Thomas Strouse, boys' sports sports editor, Herschel Kelly, assistant boys' sports editor, Hellen Kovach, art editor, Robert Jones, and Willard Brittain, assistant art ed- Martha Layton, club editor, Thelma itors, Martin, assistant club editor, Virginia Kerr, literature editor, Audrey Karsnak, assistant literature editor, Robert Hoff, snapshots, Beulah Chanley, Virginia Kerr, and Audrey Karsnak, typists, Thelma Findell, Arthur Hicks, Jack Wilson, and Frank Bunton, report- ers. Miss Whitmire, art sponsor, Mr. Muter- spaugh, printer, Miss McBride, sponsor, and Mr. Stacy, financial manager. twelve saga v 'Q 1 1 , 5,-L: 1 f ' thirteen .1 Q. 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The next week-end was the city tourney. Using subs for most of the game, they defeat- ed Broad Ripple, 28-14. In the final game, Shortridge was outclassed, 36-24. The team was still excited over the city championship and was nosed out by Ben Davis, 24-23. They again hit their stride, however, and took in tow Manual, 27-21, and Greenfield, 37-28. Three points were all that kept the J onesboys from defeating the unbeaten Nobles- ville team, as they were edged out, 21-19. Handicapped by injuries, Washington was still able to take Peru, 27-23, Cathedral, 21-20, and Brownsburg, 32-25, before losing the last game to Alexandria, 14-27. Hooser led the team in scoring with 143 points. Hooser, Dietz, Sartor, Emrich, Macy, Lasley, Copeland, and Kasnak won major let- ters, and Melvin, Clark, Noe, and Hine won minor letters. The "B" squad also had an ex- cellent season, being runner-up to Tech in the city tourney. The following statistics include sixteen regu- lar scheduled games and two city tourney con- tests: the varsity made a total of 461 points while their opponents made 412 points. The average points per game for the "A" team was 25.61, and the average of points for the opponents was 22.88. The team won 13 games and lost five, making a percentage of .722. The reserve team made a total of 451 points and their opponents 350 points. The average of points per game for the "B" team was 24.05 while the average of points for their opponents was 19.44. The reserves won 13 games and lost 5, making a percentage of .7222. FOOTBALL-Although this year's record in football was not an impressive one, the squad displayed the same fighting spirit which has always characterized the team of George Wash- ington high school. Even when they were los- ing, and the game was nearly over, they didn't stop, but continued to put out their best. Until this year the Continentals have been one of the prominent teams of the state. When this year's schedule was drawn, on it were placed teams of high caliber, worthy of giving competition to schools of the highest class in the state. It can easily be seen that if average competition had been met, the result would have been different. When viewed from this angle, the record made by the gridders takes on a new aspect. Opp. Wash. Bloomington 13 13 Shelbyville 6 0 Cathedral 27 0 Southport 0 0 Shortridge 15 0 Elwood 13 7 Tech. 14 7 Manual 0 0 88 27 TRACK-The 1935 track squad endeavored to maintain the high standards of the previous teams. Despite the fact that bad weather handicapped them at the first of the season, and that the squad was composed mainly of underclassman or inexperienced seniors, they established an enviable record. seventeen GIRLS' SPORTS C. G. A. A.-The Continental Girls' Athletic Association was organized by a group of girls who desired the coordination of all girls' ath- letic activities and to have a more definite bas- is for awards. The Association has general meetings the first Tuesday afternoon in each month at which talks on health or phases of athletics are given by authorities in such fields as post- ure, health,and athletic contests, and social meetings are held at the close of each sport season. Awards, based upon a point system, are given through the association, for participation in various athletics. GIRLS' SPORTS--Girls' sports season opened with the annual tennis tourney which was won by Margaret Stocker. Mary Mather challenged her and won by the score of 6-1, 6-2 for the school championship. Intramural hockey games were played on the school athletic field and won by Team I, "A" league, captain, Betty Sullivan and Team I, "B" league, captain, Nellie Min- nick. The varsity team, consisting of Martha- jane Anderson, Helen Kovach, Doris Stark, Evelyn Bonestel, Laura Commingore, Betty Sullivan, Thelma Martin, Helen Randall, Vict- oria Urbancic, Wilma Casey, Esther Adams, Nina Brittain, and Rose Urbancic, met Short- ridge on the Earlham College field, Richmond, Indiana at the close of the season. Lorraine Cain, Eileen Kauffman, Wiladene Vielliber, Florence Smith, Marjorie Moore, Geraldine Peek, LaFrenda Johnson, Ernestine Parker, Marie Dreese, and Beatrice Wade comprise the "B" team. Three players from the reserve team went to Richmond with the varsity. Basketball practice opened in February for the freshmen and girls who had played prev- iously. The latter played with the "A" league, and from them the varsity and reserve teams were selected. The following girls were chosen, Nina Brittain, Geraldine Peek, Vicky Urbanic, Mildred Flake, Betty Sulivan, Helen Randall, Doris Stark, Rose Urbanic, Helen Kovach, and Laura Commingore. These girls will each re- ceive 100 points toward their athletic awards. Those receiving 50 points for the "B" team are, Eileen Kauffman, Ruth Fletemeyer, Mild- red King, Thelma Martin, Marthajane Ander- son, Mary Saboff, Lorraine Cain, Wilma Casey, Nellie Minnick, Doris Pottenger, Anna Marie McGonnel, and Thelma Findell. The jun- ior and senior girls met in an interclass game, the juniors winning 18-14. Team I, "A" league, captain Nina Brittain, and Team III, "B" league, captain Pauline Bonestedt, won the intramural basketball tournament which was held in the school gymnasum. Volleyball and baseball intramural games were coached by the Misses Mable Loehr and Elizabeth Jo Workman, girls' athletic directors. 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ADAMS Sing something simple. BARBARA ALEE Blackstreet. BYRON ARNOLD The daring young man. AMOS ARTHUR Tarzan. C-LARENCE E. AWBREY Miss Ross's pet. ALETA BAILEY A-letta-short. ELEANOR B. BALDWIN Pride of Flackville. ALICE L. BALL A gift from "Ayres" means more. ALBERT L. BEAMAN Be-a-man. THOMAS H. BEAVERS Make it a Hershey. EDWARD BENSON Mr. Harg'raves's darling. RUSSELL BERTRAM !! !--'M--111-? ? Y. MALCOLM BIGGS Sir Malcolm M. LEWIS BILLINGS A second Jim Londos, "three minute draw". EDWIN BLACK Black and blue. LOREN BLACK What a politician. HOWARD BLOOM Love in Bloom? fe? 5123 , ',I gtk fc:-F31 4-T Si . ape, 6.55 4:4 ass, . I 9 ' . C -A J-1 A fair., ., 3 twenty-five 'Q 2 15' xl a if Q . V! ,,1,, A 45 M- JR 3' n N33 i Mau ga . lu, I xd 335 :J -m em. r x,. N4 px, SQ 4 ,WFL a It-Z' 'f'7 N 'F' 0.1 5 SQ' -0 'W MABEL M. BOOHER Don't Boo-her. RAYMOND BORSKI - . The "little boy blue of the band." "Ol HAZEL BRANHAM Hazel-nuts? LOUISE BRASHER Just call me "moody," FREDA BRILL See picture. WILLARD BRITTAIN A part in the middle. NORMAN BROWN Tiny mite. 5 VIRGINIA BRUNER - 4' "Glee Clubber." CLARENCE BUCKROP A hard luck candidate. ,. "" HELEN BUGHER Loren, hold my hand. ROBERT BUGHER Professional golfer. FRANK BUNTON Mama's baby Bunton. J' Y"":g KENNETH F. BURNS Use Unguentine. MELVIN BUSH C4 LORRAINE CAIN VIRLIN F. CALDWELL "Well" spoken of. WILLIAM H. CARPENTER ' 4 f 'LAC Vocation implied. , BEULAH R. CHANLEY 'X 5" ' v ,H Blame it on her youth. "N af? Fi' i i1.hii:l.Q V I ' twenty-six A bird in hand is worth tw o in the "Bush Her parents raised "Cain". ALEX CHIKI Plymouth Rock,Rhode Island, or what? DUDLEY CLARK Squaw man. ROBERT M. COPELAND Am I embarrassed!!! BAILEY A. COX Buy a paper, mister? ESTIL COX Did you say red hair? VIRGINIA CRAIG Yes, teacher. WADE DAVIS Among the missing. GEORGE DOREFF Keeps late hours. MARION L. DRAGO Las-ley but not least. MARY J. DUGAN The "eyes" have it. EARL DUNAWAY . At last we've Dun-A-way with Earl. ED EDWARDS Why, the soup strainer. GERALDINE EGGERS She's no Egg-er is she. MILDRED L. ELSASSER BQ. 1 an f -G' 05, ,iq . 14 wa-' 'Nil 1 15 'SQ' .4 I K 545 .. ....., X 94 vw M A . .- 'q.J,l'v,l 1 1 Q' , .1 ' W., . fm ? .Q El-da-sasser. ,, - M f"- 'rr 'j' CARL W. EMRICH ,mf .Mt 1 -J Wanted: Intelligence. ,Q 'I "g' ' f " 'UI' 11' 0 ta'et'1 A av X CALVIN EWING 'U' P' 1' You can't buy my Kress. ' ' . MARY MARGARET FERNKAS ,J f-3, D PM , J, 9 Fernkas Ice Cream. u , ,5 iq A , r mr, 'Y' MARTHA FESLER , -sf . Rubin-off. 'N x Qs. twenty-seven 35? si e-1 THELMA FINDELL Do the boys scare her? MILDRED M. 1-'LAKE NIL Idon't carezxzzivzfzzzz '. ,,.'av VIVIAN FLANNAGAN I've got rhythm. AUDREY E. FLETCHER Fletcher Trust. DAVID FOLTZ K fa' Burhead. WILLIAM FORD Model T. ROBERT L. FULLER Could I interest you in a brush? DOROTHY GAGE Q 41' ,gf-f' ' -Yay ..?. The en-Gage-ing kind. IRA GASTON Hap-py all the day. -759 CECILIA M. GEORGE Easy to remember, but so hard to forget G . : sr A ff- ROBERT GILLIE ,251 Money talks. 44, 5,6 -. 1 1,429 DOROTHEA GILLIGAN Gigglin! PAULINE GILTNER Q-137 3 LEO G. GOBIN What a basketball player! LELA GRAHN - Yeah Man! LE ROY GRAY W- This is Mr. Gray speaking. J I 9 LOUISE GRAY Watta woman! PAUL GRIFFIN Shoe foolish. .- Af. M3j:,b' UQ, gl.. in twenty-eight MELVINA HABOUSH Aw, you're kiddin! JACK HACKER Enterprising grocer. RUTH HAMILTON Flackville flash. JOSEPH F. HANCOCK Joseph Peter Piper Penner II. FRIEDA HARPER ' Emphatically No!!! CLIFFORD HART Whose heart? SARAH ANN HARTLEY He Boles her over. MILDRED E. HASSELD How she loves history. ETHEL HEDGE Around the garden. ALMA HICKS Brown-her favorite. ARTHUR HICKS Professor Hicks. NORMAN HEINZE One of the 57 varieties. ROBERT HOFF Taking a snap course. WILLIAM H. HOPKINS Ain't love grand? LOIS HUBBARD Does she crave company? EVELYN M. IRWIN Silver threads among the gold. LOUISE JEAN Jean val Jean. MARY KATHRYNE JEAN A gum chewer. -,MJ -8 '3- 2 , ,V 1 . nw,- Q ' 1 -cf ! W 557 eww .1 19 Q.. -V l-9 17' S' r ,A G -m Wg: Y? I K 1 r ,.-, ,..-.N .Q -Q au- rf- 3 a .... 'W 4" . ! A l ,. 193 Q -A :y ,Sri ax. ,. I 5 . ll :fig 34 6-1' '58, lf ka twenty-nine I ' if e ,nw 4 , A' Z. QQ 4-1 1 1' + xv P L 4! , K. , am -fi , xi 1 ,mn 'Z 26 kwsg ,ar 'a. I x ' -it-I f . -4 .3 It :LJ I 2 if eo., we xl thirty MAXINE JOHNSON, Little, but mighty. VIOLET JOHNSON Violefnjt. VWILBUR JOHNSON The English class wit. PAUL JONES John Paul Jones. AUDREY KARSNAK If I were twins? OWEN KEENE The original hill-billy. HERSCHEL KELLEYV Heap big Lieut. JOHN KENNEDY He finally came back. VIRGINIA E. KERR Just a mongrel pup. MILDRED KING An ace to Washington WILMA KING King of his heart. ELMER L. KOCH Doctor to you. CARL E. KORD Our five foot string. HELEN E. KOVACH An artist. MARGARET KRESS Ewing, Kress Sz Co. PEARL KRETHEOTIS A Washington beauty. HENRY KREUTZINGER Major Hoople. HILDA LAMB Just another mutton. MARTHA LAYTON Brunettes-her weakness. MERLE LENTZ Merle lentz money. JOHN M. LEWIS Quietness prevails. DOROTHY LINVILLE Anything but the truth. ROBERT LOCKWOOD B-Lockwood. JOHN LOGUE do, la, fa. LOUIS LOVISCEK Love-sick? JULIAN MACY Pick me up at grandma's. MARY LOUISE MALIA Just fiddlin' around. LEOLLA MANERS It's manners that count. LOIS MARSHALL I don't wanna dance. MARGARET HELLEN MARTIN Physics student. ROBERT MARTIN Happy Bob. 8- 6. " .agar ,Q ,ws ,"'2 Q . 4? g"fS7 ...- x 5 - ' ff in 1 ,, 'I Q5 QQ, 7 J' f A " 1. fu l 1 J. -,, ,l - 01 an K 53 ...J--" 5 A ,, 1 ,di ' - '5 in ly, A A A A I, .rr W as-Q I Q' ' 'il L A THELMA I. MARTIN A Lady about the school. OL-GA MATELICH There's no time like the present. ROBERT MATHER Straight from the tropics to you. ALBERTA MAY Alberta May what? EVELYN J. MCBROOM McBroom or mop. thirty-one ff I, an ef: P W 4, X 1, 1 es. MJ av-il" 4? 33,1 icy MARJORIE McCLARY A future stenographer. ERMAL MCCLELLAND I just want to be alone. ANNA MARIE McCONNELL You Ma-cy her fall. WILLIAM MCKIM Just plain "Bill". FORREST MCKINNEY "Trees". KEITH Mc-LAUGHLIN A devout student. MILEY McLAUGHLIN It pays to work. ALMA MEECE Mee-ce a mouse. GILBERT C. MERSHON Our crooner. CARL MILLER A miller of flowers. FRED MILLER Pitch 'em, Fred! LUCIILLE MILLER Likes Tool-es. VIOLET MITCHELL Sweet violets grow at Mitchell. GRAY MOFFETT Gray skies. ELZA H. MONTGOMERY Mail order house. MINNIE MOON I saw stars. DOROTHY B. MOORE Why won't Dorothy be less JAMES MOORE Home! James. MILDRED L. MORGAN Madame Butterfly. CHARLES MUNDAY A "Friday's" child. HAROLD MYERS Blondie. PAUL NOE A thousand "Noes". EDWARD OFF We admit he's Off. BARBARA E. OSBORN Quiet as a mouse. DALE OVERLY Overly dumb. IRIS PARKER Pretty Purple Iris. MARY E. PARKER Park-er here. KENT PARKS Where does he park? IRA PARNELL Temperamental artist. LUCILLE PATE Is it bald? DONALD PATRICK Oh! my operation. THOMAS PENIZEK Merely a doughboy. FRANCES PERKO Perk? EH! DOROTHY PESCHAT My pals and me. DORTHEA PFIEFFER "P" silent like "L" in fish Csalmonl. gy FRANCES PIECZKO Frances Whose? TY .ap -3 5 gh' is 071 544 -41 12551 thirty-three 1-17 'ls' 5' A 4 .V .,-1 av. -n' v 4 . 4' J- H XY Q, J . X ski Al' WALTER PIECZKO The Greeks have a word for it. MILDRED L. POLAND Is it cold up there? CHARLES POTTS High sing low. CHARLES PRETZINGER . Sometimes he's awake. ELMA QUALIZZA Even "We" have a Word for it THURMAN RADCLIFF I'l1 tell him when he comes in. JANITH RAMSAY Is it kiss-tomary to cuss? MARJORIE RANDOLPH Say "Boo" and she jumps. DONALD REACYHERT Silent "t" reach her. PAULINE S. REAMER Just a machine shop tool. THERESA RICE Not the Japan kind. LUCILE RIECK A proxide fiend. MERLIN ROACH This is a friendly "Roach," JOHN H. ROBERTSON Go peddle your papers. EARL ROBINSON Could it be Crusoe? DORIS SCANLON Her head's in the clouds. EDWARD SCHOEN Schoen 'em how. CHARLES SCHWARTZ Cross Country Charlie. JOSEPH L. SEKULA What a man! DORIS SHERFIELD Dumb Dora. MARTHA JEAN SHERMAN Miss Johnson's standby. PAULINE SHULL Shull do. LOLABELLE SIMS A Belle. ROBERT D. SIMS Just another trooper. MARTHENA SIPE Our six-foot girl. VIVIAN L. SKAGGS Circus Clown. MONTEEN SKELTON "Skip" her. MOURENE SKELTON We "Tink" she go. LOUISE SKODA Sweet young thing. ANN SKUFCA Oh, nurse, my operation! DONALD R. SMITH Shorty. NEWTON F. SMITH My Captain, Oh, My Captain. RALPH L. SMITH Track man. WALTER SMITH Smitty. GEORGIA ANNA SMOTHERMAN George for short. ISABELLE SNAPP Is she a "Snapp"? I 'G 1 -arf, ,av r xx 'V 'ar- ,P "'-M 'W' 1 :S ff-1 5' To 'ff ' ' al .4 X Fw xi r"i4 : af rf I ' we w 'V bf' Ara. fan, -Us 'G I QM, 17 gt! '4 411 Ht. SQ ,V , 1 thirty-five 'R' ? ,.,..-4 9 fi QS- ". if ' J 4 1 . YY' . .3 5 ' avi' -7' .af 4 .1 flw ,. 1 thirty-six WARREN SNYDER Mighty. JULIA SPARE-NBLEK Honor Roll. DAISY STALLINGS She's a fiower. DORIS STARK You! JOHN P. STEARNS An upstairter. WINIFRED V. STEPHENSON Win Fred, how much? ELVA STOKES Not a fireman. EVELYN STOKES Lost in the rush. MARJORIE ELLEN STOUT A cute trick. PEARL STOVAL The S. R. Jewell. DONALD SULLENBERGER No kin to Hamburger. BETTY SUL-LIVAN Steady with a Snapper. HAVEN SWINDOLL The swindler of Swindollers. LENNA M. SWTNK Swanky. GENEVA THARP A "Penner" for her thoughts GEORGE TOLER He goes for the armies. NELMA TOMS Tom's salted nuts. MARGARET TREADWAY Margie. LOUIS UHLE Uhle' like Louis. FRED VAN ABEELE Where did you get that blush? MARTHA F. VAN TALGE From away down thar. FRANCES VEAL Just veal chops. LOUISE MARY VEST Vest with sleeves. HELEN WALKER Priscilla. JAMES A. WALKER He likes work. ROBERT L. WALLIN A wall-in Washington. GENEVIEVE WA'I SON What son? LOUIS WEATHERFORD How about a Weather board? MARY HELEN WELCH No Welching. CLARA WE-ST She prefers HIM. IVEESE WHITE One Of the "White" blonds. EUGENE WHITIS White-as coal. JACK WILSON Condensed Wilsons 'Z ALEXANDER YOVANOVICH Just sneeze. CONSTANTINE ZOITOS What's in a name? - -me "' 'mr T .a 5: " 4 -' 'N 16 .125 9 W 14 X 14" QM? A.'f?sSi3' - fi. . " , I 55+ fs' 1 Q "JV thirty-seven , gl TT Jn A-L 'v l 75 'sa '59 x . B ' ,my 'xg' fr"' f sf iv l gr 'fe , I 4 , 3 13 A l Q' 4 I. I l. i F? fs tx f Egg, :T 4. wi' 5 1 1 4 I f, 1 it l 1 '-, 1 lg' , la i si. f se I +3 v i, V 94 ,ijrf-f'r"" fm Y":':r': 4 .......1- I 5 7 z A L -J , i , ' -4 I .-. , A. sf .2 I in ll . r rl fr ' 'S :I 'I-4 4 'l Q l 'H' ' s .Y I U .I li' I I IQ sa 32 '01 SENIOR PLAYS SENIOR PLAYS-The Play Producing class after showing a distinct preference for a bill of one-act plays, chose the following plays: "The Chinese Water Wheel" by Edna Higgins Strachan, "The Siege" by Colin Clements, and "The Clock Struck One" by Anne H. Jennings. The choice afforded a variety of entertainment ranging from the tragic to the ridiculous. The first two with their compact and unified style offered excellent opportunities for serious and intense acting, while "The Clock Struck One" attempted to solve the mystery of why the clock struck one, in rollicking, good-humored fashion. The casts for the plays were as fol- lows: "The Chinese Water Wheel" Characters Camille Horn ................ Iris Parker Elijah Brown... ..... James Green "The Chinese Water Wheel" fContinuedJ Sara Brown .......... Bonnie Neumeyer Hosea Brown .... John Redding .... ..........John Lewis . . . . . . .Otis Russell "The Siege" Zanab ..... .. .Pearl Kretheotis Bishara ........ ..1.Cecilia George Gaznia ............ .... O lga Matelich "The Clock Struck One" Mush .............. ..... M ildred Poland Milk ...... ....... E thel Hedge Daffodil ...... ..... C harlotte Houser Pepperella .... ....... D orothy Linville Sneezewell... ............ Vivian Skaggs Crosspatch ...... Martha Jean Sherman Prince Gloriaus .......... Lewis Billings Retinue ...... Helen Bugher, Frieda Har- per, Audrey Fletcher, and Ann Mitchel. thirty-eight Av,"' 1 1 . P5 f v ' 'bf vs . 1 I s' r Q , ,v,-1' ' sr 1 .- f.,. fr 'u': ' n K ,Nd :Un n f 1 5,1 .1 :IJ . xv I ff' 44 ,go , Lv," 'L A-Q.,-.-5 .-.lf 1, - 'la 'A ..."v, A-,-:n J 1, ,Hp ,IN J -i. ,, '-'u-Q Ar '..! v -' liii. I , 1: - J, . J, uf' '-X5 v4 ,ol sx 'luv J- .11 ji' ,-N"' wi AX-r forty P57 fi x,.. xx n xx A 5 Q . ...ff -.D f .,,......-q 4 -M X 1 2 . .-Y--ar 1, rg, 5. 3 A 1' -Q 590 J ' W 5. , ,Q .. .. 1 lf ' If? I' f 1 K' K-9. ku.-.A ,- r' 12' 'F Q N 5 - is Q,-+,,,f,Y1 1 x if X3 l J N I N Zi ' F. Q W' V' gm vs- . 1' f '-if 5' xs in Iv V 1 'x-. sz I -. 'Q at . H ' 'S ' T ' " Q' ' -. R x. 6. I E A! 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Ira Gaston WANTED All SONS of CANDY AND CHEWING GUM l0lNS6 Niall for RGIII SPACE GENIUS l0l3I New Way to REDUCE MARJORIE STOUT W Sli6IlIly USGA BRAIN RUDGII Wallin For Sale Lessons in Sta-Comb DRIVING 'ART HICKS HANK KREUTZINGI-:R f orty-three Lessons in VOICE DORIS STARK 317 S. BANGO ST. 17 SWAP EAR M0ff8 f0R 8H0l0llN Havcn Swindoll 315 S. BANGO ST. 1- l0AN8 0Il Anylhinll EDWIN' HINE fxmuon DECORATING lUOIllE PATES Wlll 8WAP CIHVAGI for 0l000ll08 Elmal M6CI6lI3IIO WHAT NOBODY NOSE or WHY STUDENTS STAY HOME CContinuedJ ACT I Scene 1. Hofl"s Dark-room-Developing situ- ation. Time flies. Scene 2. Campbell's Conservatory of Music. Time out. Scene 3. Hine's Chisel Club. Time behind schedule. ACT II Scene 1. Stockyards-When Betty Sullivan got to class on time. Scene 2. Treetop-Early Mourning, April 29. Scene 3. City Jail-Class Day. ACT III Scene 1. Balcony of Adam's Tank. Circle Clock. Scene 2. Girls' dressing room. Junior Vaud- eville Time. Scene 3. Bogue's Football field. 7 A. M. Scene 4. Oren's Drug Store. Time-Lunch Periods. Scene 5. E B H's Office. Overtime. ACT I Scene 1. The play opens on the Creen lawn of Bad Mzxnmrs. an 1-slate in Britt in The Muon Schoen down on the White Pate f even Skeltons. Soon through the surroundin Parks vame two Hicks. pursuing. their elusi e lc ve who lived in the castle. The Skelt ns had already Dunaway with fiur Overlv anxious uitors of the Stark mad Su1ab lla. As s on as they saw the Hicks they began raising Cain Phe ambitious livers' Hurts missed u beat. One ran Off and hid in the Bush. while the mther jumped into his Ford Scene 2 As the seund cene opens our hero, who hid in the Bush. crept through the Bla k night into the old castle. However. he encountered the 'Koch who was nhasingz a small Chiki. When he 'ees our hero, who he believes is an enemy of Suzahmlla, he lets loas several Kerrs. In his haste to :ret cut he tears th Dorerf and full-' into a Caldwell pet. out and runs down the Allee Steno 3. The King enters the castle, and meets a Carpenter who was Gage mg, for a house for the Griffin. guardian of the estate. When he saw the King, he Randolph to tell the Koch to fix a dinner of Veal. When the Koch enters with the Lamb, the King bells him to throw it in the Swink, as it WANTED 0000 EOUOAll0N A DUDLEY CLARK All8il0l1P0000 MARRIAGES mi mum AL.-....L.. Be a MAN . Slllilllllll A088008 Bob Dietz Etiquette , OH Societq manners Kent Parks NORlH P0lANO ICE 00MPANY MIl0REO P0lANO Pl0D. forty-four WANTED A Soft EA S Y CHAIR Julian Macy NEEDED A0000 SHAVE See CHARLES PRE TZIN GER Compliments Of Grey Mojfet FUNERAL PARLORS FURNACE 00. ELVA STOKES 8z PEARL STOVAL INC. EXCELLEUT Beautu Ujork Lucille miller WHAT NOBODY NOSE or WHY STUDENTS STAY HOME CContinuedJ would make him Stout. He then orders Kress, and eats it to the music of a Pfeiffer and Harper. The Grifhn, however, Rcacherts in and grabs his meal and the King resolves to have the monster slain. ACT II Scene I. As Act II opens, our hero is leaning on the doorbell Bunton. The door had been locked, but the Lockwood not hold and he went through the Wallin to the castle. There he is met by a Skelton who shouts Haboush at him. He cries back Booher and the ghost flees. The King Ramsays head through the door and shouts, "Watson, do you want?" Our hero Skufcas his feet and does not answer. "Quit your Stallings," says the King. "May I have your fair daughters hand ?" queries the hero. Noe," says the King, but then re-Lentz, and says he Macy about it if our Hero would be Abeele to kill the Griffin. Scene II. Our hero is now complaining that the mon- ster is too Biggs. The King Eggers him on. O. K. I will Hacker to pieces. The dragon Snapps at him but he Sims not to mind for he is a Hartley young man. He Gages the distance and Boles over the Griffin. Scene III. The third scene shows the Marshall of Lin- ville throwing the carcass of the Grifiin over a Craig. since the garbage collector did not work on Munday. ACT III Scene I. As the last act begins, our hero is seen hurry- ing back to the castle. He stumbles over fiower Potts, Hopkins a Hedge, and fell into a Fernkas, He came out Black, but after washing was as white as a Miller. "I will die Irwin her hand," he muttered as he Treadvvay to Susabella's home. Scene 2. As he entered the castle, a Beaver rushed at him. He Matelick at it for he thought he was still out West. The King enters and says, "Now you'll have to say the magic words Zoitois Yovanovich to bring her out of the evil charm." But little Susabella just laughed and laughed because she knew her fath- er Toler not to wear last winter's coat. Scene 3. The last scene shows the wedding feast. Rice and Brown Veal were served, and the King spilt some on his Gray Vest. Our hero asked the King if his Daughter can wield a McBroom. After the meal, even though the sun Burns down they start on their honeymoon while the flowers are in Bloom. "When Shuli I be seeing you?" queries the King. "We'll Malia a letter." answers the bride as they depart. MORAL: And the Gobins Georke if you don't be Moore careful. WA N TED Whereabouts of My Sister Robert Mather RACE DRIVER CUTS CGRNERS QUICKLY ROBERT MARTIN Fresh Kids William Ford, Clifford Hart, Newton Smith, Inc. Market WOULD LIKE to pass on Most of my tests See MARY JEAN AN YTIM E WANTED Extra Gray Matter James Moore forty-five R v ' ??Zi 317?P i 9 V 1. A 09" .' , ' 4 ft 753512 , .swf W, , I , " 4 K, , ,ff , f , 1 Lk JI al Og 1 ' ,H J 1 Xe". ffl. ff"5' forty-six 4555 PHOTOS BY MOOREFIELD STUDIOS INC. INDIANAPOLIS O TYPE SET BY SCHOOL PRINT SHOP WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL A PRODUCT OF BURFORD'S PRINTING SERVICE This YEAR BOOK PRODUCED ENTIIQELY in our pIant by the OFFSET PROCESS The equipment oi Buriordls is compIete in all the printing processes . . . 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