George Washington High School - Post Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Students cmd Teachers Welcome New Principe
At the opening all-school convocation, September 4, 1951, Stu-
dent Council President Ed Kernodle presented to the students Mr.
Wilbur S. Barnhart, new principal of George Washington High
School. Mr. Barnhart, who has been an able administrator in the
Indianapolis Public School System for many years, is the second
principal in the history of G. W. H. S. He succeeds Mr. W. G.
Gingery who retired from the principalship last year after serving'
the school for 24 years.
Mr. W ilbur S. Barnhart
Pictured above is Ed Kernodle at the microphone, Dorothy
Phillips, a member of the Washingtonians, helping Jeannie Chand-
ler, a freshman, tind her classroom, Beverly Fischer and Rex
Durrett, seniors, modeling caps and gowns, and Mr. Barnhart. The
interested spectators with their backs to the camera are seniors
sitting 'way down front in the "and",
The pictorial record of representative classroom scenes and
numerous extra-curricular activities follow.
Joe Olinski and Dwight Freeman are pictured in the elec- John Taylor, Richard Steinhauer, David Smith, Bill Burtoi
tric shop labratory. In the photograph on the right are Cseatedj and Mr. Roger J. Weaver.
Luther Norris, Don Taylor, and Duane Vawter, and fstandingl
n the Classrooms
Every boy in R. O. T. C. must
learn how to clean a rifle: the ca-
det shown here cleaning his rifle is
Pat Gailmore and Gene Calvert,
history students, point to the coun-
try which their class is studying.
The boys in Mr. Weaver's electric sho
classes learn to build and repair radios an
other electrical appliances. Eight of tl
boys and Mr. Weaver passed Federal Con
munications Commission examinations fc
Amateur Radio Operators' licenses. Dwigl
Freeman built a television set in an elec
ric shop class.
n the Libraries
Dick McLain, Harry Federspill, Bill Smith,
and Don Larrison are observing the reptiles
in the science library. This is only one of the
interesting exhibitions set up by Mrs. Mildred
Ross, the science librarian.
Below, Dick Rush receives first aid from
Florence Andrews and Delores Runyon as
part of the safety program.
And in the Labomtomes
Preparing their spring Ward-
robes in one of the sewing
classes are Patricia Kelley,
Virginia Eckert, Beverly Lee,
and Dixie Hoyt. They also
learn to do tailoring work in
the advance courses.
Boys and Girls
James Hutchings and Judy Hutton are
checking' out library books from Mrs. Thel-
ma Ford, the librarian. We have three li-
braries-the main library, the science li-
brary, and the history library. The libra-
ries are quiet places where students may
go to study and find reference material for
use in their classes.
Mary Frances Gibbons, left, is learning to operate a compto-
meter in one of the courses offered by the Commerce Department.
Miss McConnell leads the discussion in
showcard class. The students are Jerry Com-
stock, Jacquelyne Lewis, Carolyn Perry, Pat
Stegemoller, Jerry Sheeks, Ted Maier, Bever-
ly Innis, George Davis, Tom Harris, and Ron-
ald Hutton. They make the posters for the
school parties, dances, and other activities.
Ginger Toshich, Pat Korn, and
Nancy Leslie were three of the
student helpers in the clinic dur-
ing the fall semester. The clinic
serves as a first aid station for the
students and faculty. Mrs. Thelma
Brownewell is the school nurse.
Study and Learn
Ivan Farrell puts a sentence on the blackboard
as George Toana, another member of the Span-
ish class, watches to catch any error which Ivan
may make. Groups of stud-ents who participate in
the language clubs are pictured in the club and
activities section of this book.
Harold Pearson puts a problem
on the board in Solid Geometry
while Mrs. Marie Wilcox explains
the various steps to Jim Borshoff.
Senior C ass of 1952
While we seniors of 1952 are still anxiously anticipating com-
mencement festivites, most of the events for which we waited four
years are already past.
We, as freshmen, looked forward to the Freshmen-Senior party.
Our sophomore year brought hopes of college at the Sophomore
Guidance Conference. As juniors, we had a lot of fun planning, re-
hearsing, and presenting our Junior Vaudeville. The Junior Prom
was also a big event. Then, as seniors, we got our ringsg we were
measured for our caps and gownsg and we ordered announcements
for Commencement. February brought the Snow Whirl, our mid-
winter dance. As We began to see signs of spring we also saw signs
of our hilarious Senior Class play. Now as June rolls around, we be-
gin to plan for Class Day, Baccalaureate Services, and the Com-
One of the biggest thrills of
being a senior is getting to
wear Senior Class rings. Pic-
tured proudly comparing their
rings are Richard Wiggan,
Florence Andrews, Bill Lin-
ville, Donna Frodge, and Her-
The officers of this year's Senior Class are Beverly Fis-
cher, secretaryg Marjorie Whitmore, sergeant-at-armsg Rex
Durrett, president, Harry Federspill, vice-presidentg and
Nelson Jones, treasurer.
These oflicers aid Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, Senior Class
sponsor, in the appointing of Senior Class committees.
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DELORES ANN BARNES
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Surveyor Staff, Ri. O. T. C.
Washingtonians, Boosters, Colonial Cho-
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Student Council, President, Honor Soc-
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MARY ANN KINNAIRD
Washingtonians, C. G. A. A. A
Washingtonians, Boosters, Jr. Red Cross,
Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Hobby
Rifle Team, Science Club, R. O. T. C.,
Washingtonians, Honor Society, Future
Washigtonians, Honor Society, R. O. T.
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Athletics, Rifle Team, R. O. T. C. Captain
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Football, R. O. T. C., Major 3 Lettermen
Washingtonians, Boosters, Colonial Chor-
RITA LE GAULT
Honor Society, Future Teachers, Presi-
dentg Surveyor Staff, Editor-in-Chief
Letterman, Colofnial Chorus, Madrigals
Student Council, Secretaryg Jr. Class
Washingtonians, Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross
Colonial Chorus, Jr. Vaudeville, Madrigals
Spanish Club, Baseball
Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross
Jr. Red Cross, Washingtonians
Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Colonial
Boosters, Jr. Red Cross, Fashion Board
Jr. Red Cross
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BETTY LOU MILLER
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ROBERT M URRAY
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PORTIA NADINE PARKER
Colonial Chorus, Surveyor Staff, Wash-
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Honor Society, Latin Club, R. O. T. C.
BETTY JEAN POLAND
Jr. Class, Vice-President, Cheerleader,
Colonial Chorus, Co-President
GORDON KEITH POWELL
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Student Council, Y-Teens, Washingtonians
Science Club, Sergeant-At-Arms, Hi-Y
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R. O. T. C.
ID-A MAE SHELTON
Bible Club, Washingtonians
Surveyor Staff, Washingtonians, Jr. Vau-
Junior Vaudeville, Student Council, Wash-
Letterman, Colonial Chorus, Athletics
Washingtonians, Honor Society, Drama
Washingtonians, Latin Club
Latin Club, Jr. Vaudeville, Track
Surveyor, correspondent, Jr. Vaudeville
Student Council, Washingtonians, Boost-
Washingtonians, Boosters, Jr. Vadueville
Student Council, Washingtonians
MARY LOU STRADER
Yearbook Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Wash-
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Washingtonians, Boosters, Jr. Vaudeville
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President, Yearbook Staff
Washingtonians, C. G. A. A., Horizon
Bible Club, Vice-Presidentg Washington-
Girls' Concert Club, Washingtonians
Boys' Concert Club, Presidentg Letter-
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Yearbook Staff, Horizon Club, President,
Washingtonians, Student Council, Y-Teens
Honor Society, Secretary, R. O. T. C. Lt.
Letterman, Sgt.-At-Armsg Hi-Y, Athlet-
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Letterman, Honor Society, R. O. T. C.,
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Pictured below are Betty Poland and Rex at the Snow Whirl, the Senior Class mid-win
Durrett, Miss Snow Flake and Jack Frost, 161' dfillff-
respectively, as they lead the grand march
Rex and Betty Reign
Betty Poland, Miss Snow Flake, and Rex Durrett, Mr.
Jack Frost, reigned at the senior mid-winter dance, the Snow
Whirl. Rex is president of the Senior Class. Betty is track
Lois Griffin, after being chosen to represent George Wash-
ington High School, competed with contestants from five other
schools and won the right to represent the Caroline Scott Chap-
ter of the D. A. R.
Lois Griffin was chosen
by the faculty and seniors
to represent George Wash-
ington High School in the
Good Citizenship Contest.
Pictured are Jerry
Kerkhof and Bob High-
tower in the social studies
library looking over the
books and pamphlets at
the "Go to College Week"
Senior Class Executive Committee and hairmen
The executive committee of the Senior Class are pictured above. They are
Dick McLain, Jim Sheets, Bob Hightower, and Bill Campbell. For this commit-
tee there was a change during the second semester when Lexie Smotherman
replaced Jimmy Sheets. These four plan the projects of the Senior Class, and
they see that the ideas are put through by the seniors.
Pictured above at the left are the Senior Class committee heads. Left to
right are Betty Poland, Mary Gebauer, Harold Allison, Sue Cauble, and
Harold Allison, Bill Linville, Jo-
ann Thompson, and Virginia Kre-
tiheotis are members of the vote-
counting committee of the Senior
Class. Throughout the year, they
tabulute the votes of the seniors.
Homecoming Queen Mary Lali-
off and her court reigned at the
Home-Coming Football game be-
tween Gerstmeyer of Terre Haute
Mary Laliojf Was Football Queen At Home-Coming
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Sandra Grimes, Shelah McCurdy, Mary Lalioff, queen, Betty Poland, and Dorthea Davis.
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19 I Vaudeville
The Junior Vaudeville was given March 29 and 30 of
our junior year. The acts and their sponsors were "All
Aboard", sponsored by Donna Tuggle and Sue Caubleg
"In the Waring Manner", sponsored by Betty Poland with
music by the Colonial Chorusg and "Children of the
Americas", sponsored by Gloria Shires, Jerry Kerkof,
and Lexie Smotherman.
This conga line was a part of
the act "Children of the Ameri-
cas". Shirley Henning, Dick That-
cher, and Linda Lovell were solos
in the act.
A vaudeville isn't a
vaudeville Without a com-
edy act and "Down By
A the Station" was a big
comedy hit in the 1951
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Faculty and Stay?
Mr. Wilbur S. Barnhart, principal, Mr. Justin Mar-
shall, vice-principal, Mr. A. K. Jones, vice-principal, Miss
Myrtle Johnson, dean of girls, Mr, Audie Watkins, dean
if boys, Miss Ruth Amos, Mrs. Grace Barker
Mrs. Hester Bock, Mr. William Bock, Mr. Henry
Bogue, Mrs. Thelma Brownewell, Mrs. Anne Burge, Mr.
Mr. Paul Carmichael, Mr. Frank Cook, Mr. Ross Cox,
Miss Vivian Ely, Miss Frances Failing, Mrs. Thelma Ford,
Mrs. Gladys Freundt, Mr. Ray C. Funk
Mr. Victor Graves, Mr. Charles Hamilton, Mrs. Eliz-
abeth Hatlield, Mr. Paul W. Hayes, Mrs. Iva Head, Mrs.
Ethel Hightower, Mrs. Barbara Hine, Mr. David Hine
Miss Corlie Jackson, Mrs. Geraldine Johnson, Mr.
Joseph Jones, Mr. Rowland Jones, Mr. Cloyd Julian, Mrs.
Virginia Kassler, Miss Mary Laatz, Mr. Robert LeMaster
Miss Gertrude Lindley, Miss Mabel Loehr, Mrs. Edna
Long, Mrs. Dorothy Luther, Mr. Frank Luzar, Mr. Lloyd
Mann, Miss Mary McBride, Mr. Russell McC1urg
Faculty Ana' Stal?
Miss Evelyn McConnell, Mrs. Margaret McWilliams,
Miss Gretchen Mueller, Mr. Ocal Muterspaugh, Miss
Orrell Negus, Mr. J. C. Nelson, Mr. O. W. Nicely, Miss
Miss Jean Ober, Mr. James Otto, Mrs. Elizabeth
Randolph, Miss Marjorie Reinhart, Mr. Leo Rosasco, Mrs.
Mildred Ross, Mr. Benjamin Sanders, Mrs. Samuella Sands
Miss Barbara Sartor, Mr. John Seeburger, Miss
Eunice Seybold, Miss Margaret Simonds, Mr. Amos Sla-
ton, Miss Elizabeth Smith, Mr. Allan Stacy, Mr. Joe Tofil
Mr. Estil Van Dorn, Mrs. Mariesue Vannatta, Mr.
Malvin Walker, Mr. Ursa Walker, Mr. Roger Weaver, Mrs.
Betty Werthman, Mrs. Marie Wilcox, Mr. John Williams
Miss Jean Wood, Mrs. Bess Wright, Miss Mary Cur-
tiss, Mrs. Aileen Dickman, Miss Margaret Hannan, Miss
Marjorie Murdock, M1's. Sue Thornburg, Miss Marijane
Mrs. Nellie Baldwin, Lt. Col. Chester Lange, M. Sgt.
Leland Anderson, Sgt. 1st cl. J. E. LaTourrette, Sgt. David
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The Student Association has
performed many useful activities
this year. The officers and sponsor
pictured above are Tom Dobbs,
sergeant-at-arrnsg Joseph Bogue,
treasurerg Bill Springer, secre-
taryg Miss Jean Ober, sponsorg Ed
Kernodle, presidentg and Bob High-
tower, vice-president. Mrs. Grace
Barker is co-sponsor of the Stu-
The Washingtonians, the organiza-
tion of senior girls, have been busy this
year with the bi-annual Big Sister
parties. The parties have been very
successful and the freshman girls seem-
ed to enjoy the parties as much as the
senior girls enjoyed giving them.
The officers of this club are: presi-
dent, Beverly Fischer, vice-president,
Sue Cauble, secretary, Donna Shum-
ate 3 and treasurer, Donna Tuggle.
The officers of the LetterInen's Club
are Dick McLain, president, Bill
Springer, vice-president, Bill Howe,
secretary-treasurer. Other members of
the club are, left to right, row 1: Dick
McLain, Bill McHugh, row 2: Bill
Campbell, Bill Mattox, Kenny Heiss,
row 3: Charles Harper, Joe Bogue,
Bill Stevens, row 4: LeRoy Phillips,
Rex Durrett, Kenny Barnes, Leonard
Scotten, Bill Springer, John Moran,
Kenny Trammell, Tom Crampton, Bill
Smith, Bob Boone, row 5: Donald Re-
pass, Lloyd Wiggins, Doug Williams,
Ed Kernodle, Don Lickliter, Harry
Federspill, Bill Powell, Bill Howe.
One of the biggest clubs at Wash-
ington is the Boosters Club. They are
well known for the fine backing they
give our athletic teams.
The capable oflicers of this club are
Dorothea Davis, president, Myrna
Menges, senior representative, Pat
Craig, junior representative, Nadine
Holmes, sophomore representative,
Artie DeMoss, freshman representa-
Leadership, scholarship, service, and
character are the essential qualities
needed for membership in the Nation-
al Honor Society. Officers are Jerry
Kerkhof, presidentg Sue Cauble, vice-
president, Dick McLain, treasurer,
Margie Whitmore, secretary. Other
members pictured are Mary Gibbons,
Margie Whitmo1'e, Jean Kramer, Doro-
thea Davis, Norma Dady, Sue Cauble,
Beverly Fisher, Rita LeGault, Joyce
Copeland, Beverly Hamill, Lois Griffin,
Jean Plummer, Lexie Smotherman,
Douglas Williams, Harold Heicken,
Jack Andrews, Dick McLain, Jerry
Kerkhof, Robert Figg, Don Repass,
Bob Blake, Jerry Tolson. Miss Lillian
Niemann and Mrs. Margaret McWil-
liams are the sponsors of this group.
Officers of the Hi-Y are Rex Durrett,
president, Wayne Lentz, vice-presi-
dentg Myron McKinney, secretary 3 Don
Leonard, treasurer. Other members
pictured are Dick Ward, Tom Dobbs,
Ed Kernodle, Bill Smith, Wayne Lentz,
Leonard Scotten, Myron McKinney,
Gene Staggs, Rex Durrett, Bill Mattox,
Bill Powell, Richard Wiggam, Bill
Campbell, Don Leonard. Mr. Ray Funk
sponsors this group.
Y - Teens
Officers of the Y-Teens are Pat
Craig, presidentg Ruthann Crippen,
secretary, Wilma Meadows, treasurer.
Others members pictured are Pat Mil-
ler, Nadine Holmes, Alice Townsend,
Jan Hawkins, Eleanor Griiiin, Beverly
Hamill, Joyce Wade, Mary Day, Mar-
garet Epley, LaVon Ammerman,
Dorothy Schmidt, Sue Kepner, Ruth-
ann Crippen, Sandra Grimes, Nancy
Leslie, Pat Craig, Shelah McCurdy,
C. GA. A.
C. G. A. A. is a club that meets af-
ter school and which provides girls
with an opportunity to compete in
sports such as softball, bastketball, vol-
leyball, bad-minton, and ping-pong.
Officers of the club are Patti Miller,
president, Sue Cauble, vice-president,
and Donna Shurnate, secretary. Mrs.
Virginia Kassler and Miss Barbara
Sartor are sponsors.
Horizon Club is the club of Camp
Fire Girls after they enter high school.
This club has sponsored two all-school
square dances this year. Oificers of
the club are Pat Weare, president,
Sue Cauble, vice-president, Donna
Frodge, secretary. Other members of
the club pictured are Wilma Meadows,
Arylene Goll, Florence Andrews, Mary
Applegate, Lois Fountain, Marjorie
Whitmore, Rosalie Weare, Elaine
Laird, Loretta Binsbacker, Mary Gib-
bons, Betty Poland, Cynthia Knapp,
Barbara Hopper, Pat Turpin, Norma
Ooley, Shirley Stiff, Mary Skaggs,
Ilene Benge, and Zella Wyne.
The F. T. A. provides activities
which give high school students an in-
sight on teaching. Members of the club
are, row 1: Mrs. Marie Wilcox, spon-
sor, Tom Figgg row 2: Beverly Hamill,
JoAnne Ranard, Bill Springer, Lloyd
Wiggins, row 3: Sue Kepner, Virginia
Tosich, Jean Kramer, row 4: Dorothy
Schmidt, Shelah McCurdy, Jean Cri-
belarg row 5: Phyllis Young, Rita Le
Gault, Lois Griflin. Front row: George
The Spanish Club helps to create in
the students an interest in the customs
of South America and other Spanish-
speaking countries. Mr. William Bock
sponsors the club. The oflicers are:
Shirley Childers, president, Barbara
Elmore, vice-president, Barbara
Brown, secretary, Myrna Brenton,
The members of the Latin Club en-
joy meeting together and learning
more about Rome and the language of
the Romans. This year they, along
with the Spanish Club, sent CARE
packages to Korea, This year the om-
cers are: Lois Griffin, presidentg Nel-
son Jones, vice-president, Norma In-
abnit, secretary, Jerry Kerkhof, treas-
urer. Mrs. Iva Head and Mrs. Hester
Bock are club sponsors.
Jr. Rea' Cross
Jr. Red Cross members are, front
row: Phyllis Shaw, Betty Venameng
Larry Grimes, treasurer, Artie De-
mos, presidentg Nancy Butcher, vice-
president, Shirley Ann Chandler, sec-
retary, Carolyn Johnson, Pat Garardg
second row: Donna Drennan, Eliza-
beth Reynolds, Patty Parker, Jane
Ashley, Joanne Meyer, Phyllis Brooks,
Lois Jackson, third row: Carylee
Traylor, Edna Teal, Marcia Allen,
Marjorie Webber, Ronnie Rogers,
Rosemary Beasley, Marilyn Nesbit,
Shirley Lahrg fourth row: Jan Hawk-
ins, Cynthia McDonald, Carolyn Sue
Cole, Virginia Toshich, Furman Stout,
Norman Martin, Dianne Busenburgg
fifth row: Richard Dickey, William
McMannis, Gene Staggs, Gene Whitley,
Bill Bloemer, James Hooten, Jean
Kramer, Martha Flora. This club is
sponsored by Miss Evelyn McConnell.
The Colonial Chorus represents
George Washington High School as
they fulfill many engagements
throughout the year. This year they
participated in the Marion County Mu-
sic Festival and the City Festival.
They are, row 1: M. J. Fears, P. Hoff-
ner, S. McCurdy, D. Phillips, S. Kern.
A. Arnold, B. Bailey, B. Fischer, J.
Leak, B. Poland, S. Foreman: row 2:
M. E. Jackson, A. Marsh, S. Cauble,
E. Reed, C. Markham, B. Pitzer, J.
Thompson, P. Eaton, H. Keith, G. Com-
erg row 3: B. Carr, R. Durrett, M.
Baker, T. Figg, D. Haase, D. Man-
tooth, M. KcKinney, C. Anderson.
P. West, I. Griflithg row 4: Mrs. Ed-
na Long, accompanist, W. Smith, J.
Gearries, A. Legg, W. Campbell, W.
Linville, R. Hampe. I. Jones, G. Lin-
ville, and the director, Mr. Charles
Hamilton. Ofiicers are Rex Durrett and
Betty Poland, co-presidents: Bill
Campbell, secretary: Jim Gearries,
treasurer: and Betty Jo Anderson,
Members of the orchestra are, row
1: J. Legg, J. Fecker, G. Wycoff, M.
Reynolds, M. Hyatt, J. Robison, row
2: S. Chandler, N. Starks, M. Hoffner,
W. Simmons, V. Gamble, W. Gentry,
C. Curtiss, E. Badgley, B. Eubank,
standing: J. Robey, H. Griffith, J.
Sheley. Mr. Malvin Walker is the con-
Our appreciation goes to the band
for playing at the basketball games
and the football games. Members are,
row 1: W. Simmons, W. Crocker, S.
Chandler, J. Robey, H. Griffith, E.
Badgley, A. Goll, R. A. Wiley: row 2:
V. Gamble, L. Gray, E. Sheets, P. En-
glert, F. Gillespie, W. Cole, B. Dillard,
J. Walker, W. Fountain, W. Gentry,
W- COHIGYS row 3: M. Hoffner, L.
Grimes, D. Burkett, L. Cottongin, R.
Welch, C. Rife, E. Shonk, M. Bowers,
M. Jackson, D. Mantoothg row 4: D.
Rivers, J. Bogue, K. King, W. Cannon,
EZ. Curtiss, and Mr. Ray Funk, conduc-
One of the highest choral groups in
the Music Department is the Madrigal
group, directed by Mr. Charles Ham-
ilton. They are row 1: Ivan Jones,
Betty Carr, Anna Marsh, Gerald Lin-
v1lle,.Barbara Bailey, Jim Gearries,
Phyllis Miller, Shelah McCurdy, and
Alan Legg. Phyllis West and Winona'
Markham have recently been addecl
to this group.
The R. O. T. C. cadet unit headed by Master Sgt. Leland R.
R. 0. 7-1 . Anderson and Sgt. James T. LaTourrette, sponsored the annual Mili-
tary Ball and picnic this spring semester. They also furnished a park-
ing detail for all the P.-T.A. meetings and basketball games. The
cadet ofhcers pictured below are Ltt Col. Jerry Kerkhof, 2nd Lt.
Elmer Morton, Capt. Larry Lawalin, Capt. Richard Fleser, Capt.
George Davis, Capt. Randolph Keen, Maj. Douglas Williams, Maj.
Clyde Lee, Maj. Carl Kramer, 2nd, Lt. Norman Eadens, lst. Lt. Wil-
lard Howard, Maj. Donald Fallen, 2nd, Lt. Charles Nell.
M fSgt. Leland R. Anderson instructs the R. O. T.
C. Rifle Team cadets who are, row 1: Larry Lawalin,
Clyde Lee, Jerry Kerkhof, Sidney Voltz, George Sorrell
row 2: Carl Kramer, George Davis, Marvin Bowers,
Mary Lalioff, Beverly Fischer, and Marjorie Whit-
more, R. O. T. C. sponsors, marched with the unit in
parades and at inspection and helped with the weekly
inspection of the cadets.
, fi fast" ,-
faif ' s:-Q., ,
Working at the cylinder press are
Ralph Baker, Robert Shawver, and
Glenn Spencer. The Surveyor, our school
newspaper, and The Senior Post, our
yearbook, are printed in this class. Bill
Conley also helps with the operation of
the cylinder press. Mr. Robert LeMaster
is the teacher in charge.
Robert Blake is shown sitting at the
linotype. This print shop is where all
the type for our Senior Post and the
12 issues of the Surveyor are set up.
Numerous school forms are printed in
these classes' Other boys in the ad-
vanced class are Ronald Schultz, George
Wilson, Phillip Fowler, John Wagner,
Robert Duddy, Raymond Murdock, Fred
Harrah, Gill Thomas Jr., and Harold
Heicken. Mr. Ocal Muterspaugh is the
Members of the Science Club are Bob
Shawver, Bob Hightower, Robert Han-
kin, Perry Price, Jerry Tolson, Don
Haase, Mr. Estil Van Dorn, Leatha
Ferguson, Wilma Meadows, Bill Sim-
mons, Martha Rife, Karlyn Baker, Janet
Hawkins, Norma Inabit, Myrna Bren-
ton, Carl Kramer.
The advanced art class studies
commercial art, oil painting, and in-
terior decoration. Gary McPhearson,
Joyce Wade, and Richard Landrigan
are shown Working on Junior Vaude-
ville posters. Mr. Frank Cook is the
The Hobby Club is a newly-organ-
ized club whose members build model
airplanes, cars, and boats, or do some
other craft work. The members are,
back row, Carl Andrews, James
Glaze, Myron Henry, and Glen Spen-
cer. In the front row are Janatha
Robey, Jacquelyne Lewis, and Mary
Botkin. Mr. Robert P. LeMaster is
The Bible Club is also newly-or-
ganized. It meets every Friday morn-
ing at 7:30. Members read scriptures
from the Bible. Mr. William Bock is
the sponsor. The members are, stand-
ing, Rosemary Foster, and Joan Ens-
leyg sitting are Ida Shelton, Marlene
Thomas, Mr. Bock, Joan Ungles, and
Shirley Ann Chandler and Margaret
Duckworth played roles in So Wonder-
ful Cin whitej, a one-act play which was
presented by the speech class as an act
in the 1952 Junior Vaudeville. The play
was again presented at the 1951 High
School Drama Festnival at Arsenal Tech-
nical High School.
Ella Reed and Shirley Ann Chandler
are shown as they appeared in So
Wonderful Cin whitej. Shirley Ann won
the girls' best straight-acting award
trophy at the Drama Festival for her
presentation of this role. Shirley Stiif
won an honorable mention straight-act-
ing award on her performance.
Catherine Frantz and Lexie Smother-
man competed in the "I Speak for De-
The complete cast of So Wonderful
Cin whitej includes Shirley Stiff, Mar-
garet Duckworth, Lexie Smotherman,
Priscilla Eaton, Shirley Chandler, and
Ella Reed. Phyllis Brooks was absent
when this picture was taken. Mrs. Bess
Wright is director of productions.
Members of the Surveyor staff are Shirley Riggan,
Beverly Hamill, Shelah McCurdy, Glyneola Fishburn,
Marilyn Hiner, Sue Stevens, Dorothy Phillips, Gloria
Shires, Rita LeGault, Charles Bruer, Duane Black, and
Mrs. Betty Werthman.
Pictured below left are Shelah McCurdy, business
manager, and Rita LeGault, editor-in-chief.
Correspondents to the metropolitan and community
polis Starg Gloria Shires, Enterprise, Sue Stevens, Ind-
ianapolis Newsg Dorothy Phillips, West Side Messengerg
Glyneola Fishburn, Indianapolis Timesg Shirley Riggan,
"Deadline,l' "copy," "rewrite," and "cut" are a few
of the words heard frequently during periods 6 and 7
when the Surveyor! staff is gathering and writing their
newspapers are Duane Black, sports reporter, Indiana- stories.
Editor-in-chief of this staff is Rita Le Gault. Shelah McCurdy
served as business manager the fall semester, and Donna Hugh-
es was the business manager for the spring semester. Page ed-
itors for the fall semester were Rita Le Gault, Page 15 Marilyn
Hiner, Page 2, Beverly Hamill, Page 35 Charles Bruer, Page 4.
The sp1'ing semester's editors were Dorothy Phillips, Page 2,
and Gloria Shires, Page 3. Pages 1 and 4 had the same editors
for both semesters. Staf reporters Were Shirley Riggan, Glyneo-
la Fishburn, Sue Stevens, Duane Black, Phyllis Stamm, La Von
Ammerrnan, Patty Moore, Marvin Baker, and Don Lickliter. Bar-
bara Fox was the exchange editor.
With the help of Mrs. Betty Werthman, sponsor, the 1352 Silver
Review subscription campaign, under the supervision of Nula Puric-
hia, business manager, got underway. This started the activities for
the year, and the dummy was planned. Mary Lou Strader, editor-in-
chief, saw that all the activity pictures were taken, while Virginia
' ' , 'r'oshich, Carolyn Beasley, and Betty Poland saw that all the seniors
had their pictures taken. DiAnne Busenburg, Shirley Riggan, and
Rita Sorrell supervised the taking of all underclassmen pictures.
Duane Black and Donna Hughes helped in the taking of sports' pic-
tures. Donna Tuggle and Pat Weare were responsible for pictures
of the clubs. We are glad that we were able to help profuce the
biok for the twenty-fifth anniversary of George Washington High
Standing: Duane Black, Virginia Toshich, Mrs. ley Rigg:1n,DiAnne Busenburg, Donna Hughes, Nula
BetLy Werthman, Donna Tuggle, Georginia Weare, Mary Purichia, Carolyn Beasley. Right: Duane Black, Virgin-
Lou Strader, DiAnne Busenburg, Donna Hughes, Nula ia Toshich, Donna Tuggle, Pat Weare, Mary Lou Strad-
Purichia, Carolyn Beasley, Shirley Riggan. Left: Shir- er.
twenty-fifth year, its athletic teams' brought honor to the
school. Top honors went to the 1951 baseball team which
won fo W ' ' '
r ashmgton the C1ty Champlonship. The track
ile the basketball and
cross country teams won most of their contests. Down
through the years George Washington High School has
provided ample opportunity for boys and girls to parti-
cipate in a varied sports program.
s George Washington High School celebrated its
team won its own sectional wh
Coaches at G. W. H. S. are Henry
Bogue, Cloyd Julian, Amos Slaton,
Rowland Jones, Joe Tofil, Dave Hine,
John Williams, and Frank Luzar.
Harry Federspill, co-captain of the basketball team, Bill
Mattox, a returning letterman on the football team, Bill
Howe, four-year man on the baseball team, Dick McLain, out-
standing cross country runner, and Ed Kernodle, co-captain
of the basketball team, admire the City Championship trophy
which last year's baseball team won at Victory Field, Robert
Freeman, of the golf team, and Jack Scoggann, captain of the
track team, were absent when the picture was taken.
73 3, 3- L 3
. iss i aa a
PicLured, left to right, front row, are Doii Leonard,
llaiiny Branliamp, Charles Bruer, Bill Smith, Toin
Crampton, Bill Powell, Bill Campbell, Bob Boone, Bill
Mat oxg second row: Bill McHugh, Leonard Scotton Rex
Durr tt, Clyde Lie, Larry Lawallin, John Morin, Don
Repass, Doug Williams, Bill Nichols, Dick Tl1aSche"g
1951 Varsity Football
third row: Jack Scoggan, Wayne Lentz, Dave Porton,
Dick Lahr, George Toana, Harold Pearson, Bill Spring-
er, Eddie Kernodle, Reserve Coach Frank Luzarg fourth
row: Richard Wiggins, Charles Putcho, Marvin Biker,
Phil Peterson, Richard Fleser, Dick Rush, Tom Figg,
and Coach Joe Tofil.
The varsity football team under the able leadership of Joe Tofil in
his first year as coach of the Continentals had fight and spirit that
made everyone proud of them even though they had a 2-7 record.
This year's season was highlighted with a 27-0 romp over Manual.
The Purple had hard luck all season which only added to the trouble of
The Purple had only six returning lettermen and came very close
to victoiy many times but lacked the extra punch. The Continental
wins were over Manual 27-0 and West Lafayette 7-0. The losses were
to Tcch 25-0, Terre Haute Wiley 16-14, Cathedral 19-7, Ripple 12-7,
Shor'ridge 20-0, Howe 20-0, and Terre Haute Gerstmeyer 20-6.
Bob Boone was very valuable with his place kicking abilitygBill
Springer and Rex Durrett were equally valuable in passing and pun-
ting. Charles Bruer, Danny Brankamp, and Tom Figg were outstand-
ing in their defensive assignments. Bill Springer, Rex Durrett, and Ed-
die Kernodle ranked high in the eyes of the sportswriters on the city
Graduating Varsity Players
Top row: Bill Powell and
Charles Bruerg middle row:
Rex Durrett, Eddie Kernod-
leg Bill Smith, holding ball,
and Bob Boone, kickingg bot-
tom row: Tom Crampton.
Bill Smith, Bill Mattox, and
The 1951 reserve football squad under the reins of vet-
eran Frank Luzar had a very successful season with wins over
Attucks 13-0, Ripple 13-7, Shortridge 12-0, Howe 6-0. They
lost to Manual 13-6, and Cathedral 33-0.
The squad had a very good line which many times meant
victory instead of defeat for the talented B team. The reserve
teamls season was highlighted with a well-played victory over
Attucks, and a great defensive game over Howe. The season's
rival game with Tech ws cancelled because of bad weather.
Marvin Baker, Lloyd Wiggins, Dick Lahr, Charles Tom,
Dave Porton, and Jim McHugh played very well on defense,
while Wayne Lentz, Terry Goodwin, Dean Gregory and Gene
Staggs were outstanding on offense. Some of the boys from
the reserve team who dressed for varsity games were Marvin
Baker, Dave Porton, Lloyd Wiggins, Tom Dobbs, and Dick Rush.
Front row, left to right: Dave Porton, Tom Weber, than Links, Alan Schultz, Sidney Voltz, Tom Dobbs,
. L ,L Dick Landrigan Don Snapp Bill Cullom and Dean
- '- L Edff-St 1,Rb:- , ' ' '
Malvm Bakel' Wayne Len Z' 'Dal levensfil O e Gregoryg third row: Gene Robertson, Joe Duggan, Ron
D2WfdS0N, Gflle Sfaggsi T91'1'Y G00dW1H, 13121113 Bean- nie Dorset, Ronald Wise, Jerry Hoagland, and Marvii
blossom, Dick Lahr, and Charles Tom, second row: Na- Pleak.
Front low left to iight Don Owensby, George Wilson, row: Mgr. Allen Legg, Willard Hall, Delbert Lee, Ron-
Eddie Stinet Elmo Caivei Eldon Bailey, Richard Ross, ald Rogers, Kenneth Barnes, Kenneth Fishburn, Mar-
second low Heniy Giiflith Tom Rusler, Jerry Kerk- tin Lott, Steve Burris, and Coach Cloyd Julian. Phillip
hof Dick McLain Tom Kaptain Charles Price, third Layfield was absent when the picture was taken.
Cross Country Team
The varsity cross country squad under the capable leadership of Coach
Cloyd Julian finished a successful season with wins over Lawrence, Howe,
Warren Central, Attucks, and Broad Ripple, and they lost to Marion, Tech,
and Shortridge, to end up with a 5-3 record. In a three-way meet the cross
country boys came in second.
In the city meet Dick McLain was city champion, and the team was
fourth. In sectionals Washington placed fifth. Dick McLain qualified for the
state and placed nineteenth in the state meet. The team consisted of Dick Mc-
Lain, Tom Rusler, and Don Cwensby, who were one of the best 1-2-3 punches
in the city.
The major letter winners were Dick McLain, Tom Rusler, Don Owensby and
Henry Griffith. Dick McLain also defeated the Broad Ripple ace, Charles Yotts,
in a hotly-contested running exhibition. Don Owensby, younger brother of
famed John Owensby, also placed high in most of the meets.
1 iont lou left to iight B111 Mattox, Kenneth third row: Coach Dave Hine, Derryl Totton, Tom
Tiammell lm Sheets Bill Springer, second row: Dobbs, Harry Federspill, and Athletic Director
Manager Allen Legg John Pow ell, Phillip Peter- Rowland Jones. Nelson Jones was absent when the
son Pdlie Keinodle Manager Jack Scoggang picture was taken.
Varszty Basketball .-
The 1951-52 varsity basketball team, coached by Dave Hine, was a team
that played consistently and ended up with a 9-11 record going into the section-
als. In the sectional tourney the Purple and White met a pepped-up Ripple squad
and bowed in an amazing upset 49-48. The season was highlighted with a 53-50
win over highly-regarded Tech, and a very bright Win over tough Cathedral.
The Continentals also had wins over Manual 60-53, Franklin 57-47, Nobles-
ville 51-41, Lawrence 35-33, Broad Ripple 55-44, Decatur 47-45 in a double over-
time, and Wiley Terre Haute 57-51. Our losses were to Southport 49-4w7, Howe
ftwiceb 50-32, and 49-383 Attucks 75-49, Ben Davis 51-50, Tech 42-37, Craw-
fordsville 63-54, Warren Central 43-41, Speedway 67-62, Shortridge 45-43, and
Sacred Heart 58-50.
Bill Springer, Harry Federspill, Phil Peterson, Tom Dobbs, and Ed Kernodle
carried most of the load for the Purple and White. John Powell, Kenny Tram-
mell, Nelson Jones, Jim Sheets, Bill Mattox, and Derryl Totton proved to be cap-
The Westsiders had a team with plenty of fight and spirit which paid off in
victory before the season ended.
Hal Holderfield fin the picture to the
rightj is in control of the ball in the
Washington-Decatur Central game of Feb-
ruary 9. Washington Won 47 to 45 in a dou-
ble overtime. Bill Springer is 34 and Harry
Federspill is 42. Phil Peterson is in the
Phil Peterson C551 drives in for a lay-up
shot in the 58-51 victory over Terre Haute
fWileyJ, February 15. Kenny Trammell C441
is shown as he tries to tie up a Wiley play-
er. Coming in to give Trammell a hand is
Harry Federspill. The photos at the bottom
were taken by the Indianapolis Star.
Happy years ahead for Washington High in basketball was the
thought of many people after seeing the talented reserve team play. Un-
der the wings of Coach Amos Slaton the B boys went off the floor happy
While the reserve squad started off on the wrong foot, they started
looking like a ball club the latter part of the season and romped over
They began with losses to Southport 34-32, Howe 36-24, Attucks 32-
27, and Lawrence 32-243 then the boys looked liked a different ball club
in thumping unbeaten Ripple 34-26. They lost to Tech 40-26, Cathedral
28-20, and Ben Davis 28-25. The next game the B team won from the
highly-regarded Tech B team, 28-26. The little Purple lost to Crawfords-
ville 27-18, but in the next game against Franklin the Westsi-ders broke
an all-time scoring record by winning 51-23. In the very next game, they
broke their own record by winning 54-15. Next they downed Manual 3'7-
23, buL lost to Broad Ripple 21-18. The tough Purple and Wliite won all
of their remaining games: Warren 34-26. Speedway 34-14, Shortridge
40-25, Decatur 49-38, fWileyj Terre Haute 46-19, and Sacred Heart
Kenny Barnes, Dick Fleser, Tom Payton, Dick Rush, and Everett
Howe did most of the scoring for the squad. Richard Stamm, Bryan
Hudsfn, Richard Lahr, Dave Warren, Carl Meador, Jack Leslie, Glen
Morgan, and Herman Lentz all proved to be valuable reserve strength.
Fiont row, left to right: Herman Lentz, Glen Barnes, and Dick Fleserg back row: Dick Lahr,
Wloigan, Everett Howe, and Carl Meadorsg sec- Jack Leslie, Coach Amos Slaton, Tom Payton,
ond iowz Dick Rush, Richard Stamm, Kenny and Dick Warren.
Front row, left to right: James Borshoff, Bob row: Gary O'Mara, James Snapp, Coach Dave
Freeman, Henry Madley, Gill Thomas, second Hine, Derryl Totton, and Richard Stamm.
The golf team led by Bob Freeman, Jim Borshoff, Derryl
Totton, and Gill Thomas had a successful 1951 season with
nine wins and seven losses.
The teesters wins were over Manual ftwicej, Cathedral
ftwiceg Ripple, Howe, Ben Davis, Lawrence Central, and Hagers-
town. Their losses were to Tech ftwicej, Shortridge ftwiceJ,
- Ripple, Howe, and Crawfordsville. The teestoers placed fourth
in the county tourney held at Coffin golf course.
Golf is picking up in popularity in George Washington
High School rapidly.
Bob Freeman was ranked among the city's best in the popu-
lar spring sport.
Front row, left to right: Charles Fishburn, Will-
a1'd Hall, Dick Rush, Tom Figg, Harold Pearson,
George Toana, Danny Brankamp, and Delbert Lee, sec-
ond row: Tom Kaptain, Bill Stevens, Kenny Barnes,
Kenny Brooks, Eddie Kernodle, Jack Scoggan, Dick Mc-
Lain, Joe Bogue, Bill Smith, Bob Boone, Jerry Kerkhof,
and Tom Ruslerg third row: Varsity Coach Cloyd Ju-
Iain, Joe Boeue, Bill Smith, Bob Boone, Jerry Kerkof,
Bob Morgan, Marvin Baker, Kenny Fishburn, Tom Pay-
ton, Richard Collins, Gene Miner, Bruce Esque, Dwight
Montooth, and Harvey Blackburn, fourth row: Allan
Legg, Tom Weber, Edger Stevenson, Fred Harralz, Bob
Neel, Bob McLaughin, Bob Baker, Ronald Rogers,
Charles Price, Don Owensby, Don Pitcher, Jerry Hoag-
land, Bob Harris, and Reserve Coach Amos Slatong
back row: John Robinson, Don Gating, Norman Perry,
Charles Curtiss, Henry Henthorn, Russell Wagner, and
The 1951 varsity track team, coached by Cloyd Julian, proved
to be one of the bettef teams in the city.
In the high jump Joe Bogue ranked high, and in the 100-yard
dash Bob Hicks placed first in many meets. The Continentals' re-
lay teams were among the best.
The teams wins were over Tech, Warren Central, Shortridge,
Bloomington, Lawrence Central, and Ben Davis. The Continentals
losses were to Terre Haute fWileyJ and Tech.
In the Indianapolis Relays the Purple and White placed fifth
with 29 points, and third in the City Meet with 375 points. Also in
a triangular meet with Ripple and Shortridgbe, the Continentals
placed second. The Westsiders won their own Sectional title with 385
points. In the Regionals the Continentals scored 8 points, and
Owensby qualified for the State Meet. John placed fifth in the mile.
Bill Cook was the city's best in the shotputg John Owensby was
the best in the mile, Charles Myer was city champion in the hur-
dles. Finis Jent was surperb in the 880 along with Elmer Lowery
in the 440, and Charles Cullom in the high jump. In the Sectionals
Bob Hicks captured the broad jump. Bill Cook set a new school shot-
put record by tossing the shot 50' 10" in the City Meet. Also John
Owensby set a new school record by running the mile in 4:34 in the
regionals to take second place behind Jim Lambert, the United
States fastest miler from Muncie Central.
Front row, left to right: Bill Howe, Everett Howe, Toni Dobbs, reserve coach, Joe Tofilg Dick Lahr, Ken-
Bill Springer, Kenneth Trammell, Don Lickliter, Charles ny Sharp, Don Schultz, Bill Bloomer, and varsity coach,
Harper, Duane Black, and Bill Mattoxg back row: Man- Frank LuZa1'.
ager John Moran, Ralph Glaze, Dave Porton,Wayne Lentz,
Pictured below are
Kenneth Heiss, Dick
Fleser, and Bill Mc-
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The 1951 Washington High School baseball team un-
der the able coaching of Frank Luzar rornped to its first
City Championship by defeating Ripple, Cathedral, and
Tech in the City Tourney at Victory Field.
The Continentals won thirteen games while losing
only three gamer all season. The Continental losses were
to Cathedral 10-4, Shortridge 4-2, and Franklin Township
7-3. The wins were from Howe 5-0, Shelbyville 17-8, At-
tucks 7-2, Terre Haute Wiley 10-5, Manual 6-4, Ben Davis
4-1, Southport 7-1, Cathedral 7-6, Ripple 5-4, and Short-
In the City Tourney the Purple beat Tech 11-7,
Cathedral 7-2, and Ripple 4-2 in the championship game.
Jim Lee pitched two Winning games in the tournament
and five during the season.
As this book goes to press, the boys are practicing
every afternoon in the hopes of turning in a repeat per-
formance on that City Championship.
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Front row: left to right, Jerry Hogan, Russell
Wagner, Jim Minor, Richard Collins, Charles Price, Bill
Smith, Ronnie Rogers, Tom Weber, Tom Figg, George
Toanag second row: Jim Riley, Dick Ward, Charles
Bruer, Tom C1'ampton, Bob Shawver, Ronnie Schultz,
Bob Gentry, Don Owensby, Bob Boone, Ivan Farrell,
Danny Brankampg third row: Kenneth Sharp, Allan
Schultz, Bill Hedges, Bob Blackwell, Gene Robertson,
Bill Nichols, Bill Campbell, Richard Wiggans, Pete
Cofey, Jim Stevens, Lloyd Wiggins, Danny Alexoifg
fourth row: Eugene Hill, Jack Byerline, Bob Freeman,
Martin Lott, Marvin Baker, Dick McLain, Jerry Kerk-
hof, Gene Staggs, Joe Bogue, Jack Scoggan, Jim Crum,
Intramural basketball was revived at George Washington
High School this year and proved to be very successful. Ap-
proximately seventy-five boys were members of the Boys'
League. The Jets won the eight-team league with a 9-0 record,
the Pistons were second, and the Olympians were third.
Members of the victorious Jets were Arnie Shields, Captain
Bill McHugh, Danny Brankamp, Leonard Scotten, Tom Fergu-
son, Tom Crampton, and Charles Putcho.
Any high school boy can play intramural basketball as
long as he does not play basketball on a team represent-ing the
high school in interscholastic contests. These intramural games
were played on Thursday nights and provided the boys with
recreation on their own time. Each team played once a week.
Coach Joe T061 was sponsor of the Boys' League.
All the girls in the gym classes are
required to pass certain aims on the
mat, horse, buck, balance beam and
lad-der, They also participate in
games, rhythmics, and exercises to
develop skill, gracefulness, and better
posture. The girls in the picture are
Working on mat aims which they will
have to pass.
These six Connie Continentals,
dressed in their Purple and White,
cheered our football and basketball
teams through victory and defeat
this year. They are, clockwise, Caro-
lyn Hickman, Gail Comer, Pete Ore-
baugh, Marjorie Whitmore, Betty
Poland, and Sandra Grimes.
Forming an interesting rhythmi-
cal pattern around the gym walls,
these girls await instructions con-
cerning the day's activities. If it's
Thursday, they'll be working on aims,
and if it's Friday, they'll be playing
Juniors, who are Just one step away from that long-looked-for
ward-to-goal of being seniors, have been busy proving their worth-
iness by engaging in the numerous junior activities,
The Junior Vaudeville, which was presented in November of 1951,
consisted of three major acts. The Boys' Glee Club presented Act
I which was sponsored by Mr. Charles Hamilton. Act II featured
members of the speech class who presented a one-act play, So Won-
derful fin wlzitej, under the direction of Mrs. Bess Wright. Act III
was entilted "The Hoedown" and was sponsored by Mr. Frank Cook.
Student sponsors of the Junior Vaudeville were Sandra Grimes and
The annual Junior Rose Prom was presented in May.
Junior Class Officers of the fall semester were
Tom Figg, presidentg Betty Jo Anderson, vice-
president 9 Bonnie Benge, secretaryg Richard
Fleser, treasurerg Bill McHugh and Bill Spring-
er, sergeantsfat-arms. The president and secre-
tary were replaced in the spring semester be-
cause their scholastic standing did not comply
With the laws of the class constitution. Richard
Landrigan is now president, and Sandra Grimes
is secretary. Harold Pearson and Dorothy Schmid
are members of the executive council.
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J. McQuiston, G. Meiring, J.
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Lang, I. Law, B. Lawson, H.
N. Leslie, H. Levinson, J.
Lewis, N. Lincks, R. Lin-
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ler, J. Lucas, T. Maier
N. Malone, D. Mantooth, S.
Marlin, M. Martin, R. Mar-
tin, M. May, M. McAdams,
J. McCall, C. McCloskey
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Midkiff, M. Miley, D. Miller,
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gomery, D. Moore, J. Moore,
M. Moore, S. Moore, F. Mor-
gan, G. Morgan
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dock, S. Mundy, W. Murphy,
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ski, R. Olmstead, N. Ooley,
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Parker, J. Parks, D. Porten,
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cock, G. Pease
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erson, J. Phillips, D. Pitcher,
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Pottorlf, C. Price
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Regich, C. Rife, P. Riggs, G.
Richard, J. Roach, M. Ro-
berts, G. Robertson
J. Robey, C. Robinson, R.
Robinson, R. Rogers, W.
Rogers, G. Rose, K. Rugen-
stein, M. Sabotin, G. San-
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Steele, J. Sterger, B.
Stevens, H. Stone, K.
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T. Strader, M. Sullivan,
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Wade, C. Waggoner, G.
Wallace, K. Walden
J. Walker, B. Walton, P.
Waltz-, C. Wamsley, B.
Ward, C. Ward, V. Ward,
G. Watkins, J. Watts, L.
R. Weare, R. Welch, S.
Welmer, R. Wheeler, M.
Whitlow, S. Wiggam, W.
Wilkerson, R. Wilkins, C.
G. Wilson, S. Wilson, L.
Williams, L. Williamson,
D. Winecoff, D. Witt-
man, L. Wren, D. Wright,
H. Wood, I. Woods, N.
Wooten, J. Wolfe, M.
Wolfe, G. Wycoff, P.Wy-
coff, R. Wycoff, V. Wycoff
R. Wylie, Y. Savich, E.
Sheets, E. Shonk, G. Sor-
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Spaulding, T. Stansberry,
E. Steckler, J. Stevens
E. Stinnett, P. Stinnett,
J. Strange, M. Surber, D.
Sylvester, P. Yanney, L.
Yancey, B. Yantis, J.
Young, S. Yarnell, G.
J. Allen, R. Anderson, C.
Arnold, H. Barker, H.
Barnard, D. Baugh, R.
Bennett, S. Bernhardt, C.
E. Borniman, M. Boston,
C. Brown, D, Brown, P.
Bunce, N. Burgess, J.
Burton, F. Calce, B. Cain
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D. Floyd, C. Frye, C.
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Engraving-Indianapolis Engraving Company
Photography-Wm. H. Block Company, National School Studios
Subscription Price-Eighty-five Cents
C, Reid, J. Repass, A.
Robbins, D. Robertson, B.
Robertson, W. Robertson,
B. Robinson, J. Rogers, J.
D. Rudicill, S. Sears, B.
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A. Ware, M. Washington,
F. Westertield, F. Wiggs,
C. Williams, G. William,
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