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

 - Class of 1956

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We not only added a new wing to our school during this past school year, but we also welcomed a new principal, Mr. H. H. Walter. We have been busy planning for college, preparing for ca- reers, and engaging in the mul- tiple activities both curricular and extra-c u 1' ric ul a 1' which make-up school life. I O l MM d,,,.aFi, sf Students showin,q so much interest in the Hoosier Boys' State T-shirt Worn by Tonnny Springer are from left to right: Merle Lee, Donna Smith, Jerry Lawlis, Tommy, Fred liausch, Hallie Miller, and Jan Gutiin. The Qirls who represented G. YV. H. S. attenfled Girls' State June 18-21, and the -1-::,... 7 'xi' 4,2 ss X P, f H The Student Council otiicers look on as Plxrsicieiit Larry boys attt-nled Boys' State the week of June 12-18. Both were held at Indiana University. brains and Moore goes over the minutes flroin the pi'erc-mliiig' lneetimf. From left to right: Merle Lee, sergeant at-arinsg Janet Shaw, secretaryg Larry, Jerry Lawlis, vice-prssidentg anl Bernard Keller, treasurer. The Student Council represents the studentl:ody,furtliers projects of interest to the seliool, and proinotes school spirit. Deanna Wise seems to be telling' .lan Gufiin, her alternate, of the many sights she saw while in New York. Deanna rep- resented our school at the United Nations Assembly in New York early last fall. Deanna and Jan were first nominated by their Senior Class and thc-n sm-lvctocl from thx- list. by the faculty. ,After her trip, Deanna rt-ported about hc-r l'XllL'l'll'l1COS to the school and made speeches l10dlll'E?I'f'lll,0l'jIZl1llZLlll0llS tlirnugh- out the city. 4 X 7 rg Q Q S A Y h Q "" 1 C it I f NX ill., .." -M-- .V is -X .X .... .. . . - "'- '- fv-"-. -.-..':,2 f-- "-- ckrst.-.2-W 1-.1 .ts "-' ' s X Q eea.,raQig,1'-12. ' ef . ' f sf . f 4 'f W , V ,fi 'f , fs. . ' 1? , WW .V ,yy Z!! we 5 N . - Zi I 7 VA f km J 1 ,, 1 ,,,,,.., , , QW . aff? J' if -W 0 ' er .ie-vafggw MSW' ' "' H W . V, wife-1 X f J , 4' f' ,fff . fl 5 W J Z e I beauties were spotlighted The Homecoming Queen and court with escorts are Deanna Wise and Don Martin, Patsy Fendley and Jerry Lawlis, Janet Shaw and Don Ross, Joyce Har- mon and Jan Gufiin, Carolyn' Turn- er and Carl Peterson. Janet Shaw was chosen Queen by the student body and crowned by a member of the football squad, Dick Sebree, before the game- The Student Coun cil was re- sponsible for the beautiful orchid corsages worn by our lovely queen and her court. As Wasnington's band marched either down the football field or in parades, our high-stepping ma- jorettes and drum major could al- ways be seen leading the way. In their Hashy white outfits, they entertained between the halves at the football games. Pictured, left to right, are Sandy Harrington, Bonnie Postal, Pat Fendley, Errol Loviscek, Joyce Harmon, Juanita Jeffras, and Car- olyn Lee. Errol Loviscek, Washington's outstanding drum major, proudly led the band through their songs and formations. The majorettes, drum major, and marching band are all under the direction of Mr. Ray Funk. The success of our football sea- son was complemented by the con- sistently good performance of our band, inajorettes, and drum major. rd, ,,,.. I Y Q English VIII students, Jantha Rollings and Charlotte Fry, listen attentively to their teacher, Mr. Lloyd B. Mann, as he comments on some themes Written by these students. Students pictured above in the c o lle g e algebra class are Ancil VV y ne, Jerry Lawlis, and Don Stegmoller. They and others in this class are under the direction of Miss Vivian Ely. Boys inter- ested in science and engineelrlng consider advanced mathematics a must. ...OUT Thi-se inteested physics stu- dent s, Harold Neville, Thomas Riiriniliy, John Sowers, and Tom Powell, are discussing concurrent f o 1' c e s. The apparatus pictured helps explain the furction of for- ces inet-ting at a point. Sonic ol' the pupils in the ad- vanced lizitin class, Errol LoViS- ci-li. M :1 r i ll n Armstrong, Janet Craig, and Marjorie Bowers, are sh o wn with their teacher, Mrs. Hester Bock. This year the class rezid and studied Virgril's Aeneid, Hooks l, ll and IV. The Virgil class also took ii very active part in the activities of the Latin Club. determination prevailed Government students, Dave McAtee, r 1 John Becker, and Dean Lang, are pic- V tured at the right posting news articles I on the bulletin board. During this Course, government classes took up three special projects. Each class either 59 formed the House of Representatives or g the Senate and carried out the duties of making laws and amending the consti- tution. Later in the semester the classes formed a Supreme Court which deter- mined th e constitutionality of these laws and amendments. Such activities helped the students better understand the functioning of the government. 7 . Pictured at the left in an office prac- tice class are Janet Oliver, Nancy Dailey, and Betty Dickey. These girls, along with the others in their class, Work very hard and take much pride in their work. In this course students learn to manipu- late the mimeograph machine and other machines useful in the business world. Janet Oliver is running the mimeograph machine shown in the picture. Nancy D ai l e y is operating the hectograph, while Betty Dickey looks on. After learn- ing to do oflice Work efiiciently, the stu- dents are ready for a good ofice job after graduation. Carolyn Mann and Richard Williams are shown looking over their art Work in Mr, Manetta's advanced art class. Painting portraits has been a project of the class. Miss Mary Benedict and Miss Rose E. King are two faculty members who donated their services by acting as models. Their portraits have been dis- played in the halls near the art rooms. Many compliments have been received as to the fine work the students have put forth on their various projects. v s Qc f 7 f .. Q4 A In ,, J , .ff 'f fa' if wwf' ,Wi-Aw ,--ff""'4' ,W,,,,,-f-A-W Jerry Stone and Frank Cooper are two boys who work on the cylinder press whichis shown in the background. The print- ing classes do all printin,i:,f for The Surveyor and The Senior Post. The auto shop is something new at Washington this year. In the auto shop classes, the Iioys repair automobiles. Pic-turenl are Ronald Harmon, Don Wilson, and Richard Sanford discuss- ing the repairs that must be made on the car shown on the lift. In the Home Economics classes we find boys as well as girls, be- cause this class is open to all pu- pils. The students learn to cook and to plan inexpensive meals. Managing a home is also studied in this course as well as table et- iquette and table setting. During the Christmas s e a s 0 n teachers were invited to the home economics rooms for cookies and tea which were made by the pupils in the different food classes. Pictured above, left to right,are Richard Gates, Susan Allen, Mar- tha Kincaid, and Zuleka Fultz. . . . preparations XX X 5 W' wwf-' 8 Q. Janet Shaw was elected queen of the annual Mili- tary Ball. The queen and her court are Queen Janet, De- anna Wise, Betty Forehand, Kay Abbott, and Carolyn Turner. Janet's crown of white inunis and roses was presented to her by Jerry Stout. The queen also received a bouquet of white roses while her court received bouquets of renl were made for progress. Pictured, at the right, are the George Washingtoii High . School R. O. T. C. ofh- cers and color guard. Standing left to right are Captain George Braun, Captain Rich- ard Bunips, Lt. Colonel Jerry Stout, Sgt. Lar- ry B 1' o ok s, M-fSgt. Robert Gaskill, S. F. C. Larry Worman, Sgt. John Crook, Captain Ronald Case, Major Eugene Miller, and Major Delbert Duncang kneeling are lst Lt. Daniel Blackburn, lst Lt, Robert Turner, lst Lt. John Moore, and lst Lt. Richard Howell. . . vw NW wa z W .4 if 1 roses. The R. O. T. C. sponsors, elected by the cadets, rank high scholastically in their junior class. The sponsors, pictured froni left to right, are Honorary Captain Janet Sliaw, Honorary Lt. Colonel Deanna Wise, and Honorary Captain Arlene Fletcher. This year the sponsors acconi- panied the cadets in two parades. Y t - . XV . 'K . . . , . , f ' . .' 1 F sp , . ' K 9 l we Pictured above are the girls who attended the .Iuurnalisin Institutes at Franklin College aiidIiidiaiia1 University. Dele- gates tu hoth Franklin and I. U. were Lana Kay Matthews. Pat Neeley, Sandra Parries. Anne Kessler. and Carolyn Knoehel, Cynthia Fendley and Deanna Wise tnnt nit-turedj attended on- ly I. Lf while Helen Hale. Barlmrzx MCBean. Sandra White. Car- olyn Turner. and Vfqnnla Rainxvatt-1' attend--rl Franklin. '5 was the year when . . . TX . 0 5 'T ' I iq - i'f':?v52:i:, . , 1515-Q. 41 V K J Y, b , ' 6 951, XX 5 if Q W V K-is ' B 2. iff- " 'llf 1 i 1 xy VVayne Vaughn and Pat Lisby are shown dis- playing their happiness on being elected Johnnie and Cijinnie Continental. The popularity contest is an annual event sponsored by the Senior Post staff. Birth Wayne and Pat have participated in many sclimil activities. activities were. . . 'gr .,: ,f 4 I '4 V v. 5 X N I Sw , as aw. We 'ff ,1ifi'e i V QQ , . . qw i '1- '-Am 5'-' f N A K- ' if Q i JSI? e I , ' ' im 10 The Big Sister-Little Sis- ter Party is an annual event sptwiistwetl hy the VVasl1ing- tonian Club. Slimvit. from left to right, attending the party are San- dra Burr. seniorg Donna Mil- ler. Phyllis Rolhnan, Bar- huru Chase. Lorilie VVillia1ns, and Put Dowdon. all fresh- nit-n. Cnrnl Jordan, Janet Shaw, Betty .lnhnson.:1nd the Girls' Ensenihle provided the en- tertainment for the guests. Carol. 11 nieniher of the Col- onial Chorus, sang: Janet, 21 varsity Cheerleader, led a few yells: and Betty, a meni- her of the Thespians, gave a reading. Helping Bob Roark with his coat is Judy Oliver. Girls helping boys with their coats was a familiar scene to all who went to the Turn- about Twirl. The Turnabout Twirl was a semi-formal dance sponsored by the Senior Class and was held on March 23, in the school cafeteria. This is the third year that the girls at Washington have had the opportunity of asking the boys to a dance. The Butler Collegians furnished the music, and Jerry Lawlis was crowned "Top Man" during inter- mission. Candidates for the "Top Man" title also included Jan Guflin, Tom Bollinger, Don Martin, and Ronald Macy. Prizes were given to the most original and prettiest corsages made by the girls. Shown dancing at the Holly Hop are, left to right: Phyllis Rollman, Joyce Burnell, Karen Davis, and Joyce Harmon. The record dance was held Dec- ember 16, in the school cafeteria and was sponsored by the Senior Class. This dance which was given the last day before Christmas vacation was enjoyed by everyone who at- tended. at their peak . . . .5 , . 3 f ? V W5 ,,,., Z Sz! . Zire ow Y:-':'7',u42:"",,.vZi'i" f. r' vi f 5 , ---' ' f ' WF 1 3 s y ff ' 1 149' .,' ,ff .- f ' s W5 .-'cz ' L ff ' 5 1, " Was' , M ,ff ,Z V ' M :MW ,fy 'I .V A: -:f , 1 f- ,, :av MW pf.. WW! A-Xf1I11i1'111Z Ju11i111' Cluss rings 111-11-1111-ww 1955-515 .1u11i1g11' Cluss Ollic-w1's, 1C1l11i1- P111'- "Q . 1 . . X ten, 1111-s1111Q-1111 5211111111 H81'1'1I1Q'111l1, 1'11'1,-- X 1,11'QS111?'11t: B1ll1'Y Suv Kr,-111111-, S1-1-1-1-t1'11'5': , L111'1'y A1171'Qflll1 111111 .11-1'1'y B1'1IllilN11l1, s1-1'- ,,,,,., 'V'VV f ge1111t-11t-111'111s. 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Others partici- pating in the same act were Gwen Cannon, Wayne Cannon, Virginia Pettigrew, Sandra Smith, and Myrtle Washington. fl f fe ,t, l z 1 "Ml: Talent Agency", written by if is Peggy Arbuckle and Dorothy Oli- ver, was the title of act two. Shown, at the below left, doing a comedy sketch from this act are Peggy A rb uc kle and Joyce Harmon. Others taking part in this act were Bob Gehlbach, Delores Root. Carol Jordan, Joyce Bright. Jill Carter, Sue Ann Newkirk, Mal'- garet Reynolds, Dorothy Oliver, Anita Stroy, Bill Barton, and Don- na Barton. ,S stepped out . . . "Broadway Rhythms", written by Linda Bradley, Karen Davis, Karen Jennings, and Richard Williams, featured songs and dances taken from movies. Linda Bradley, Bob Roark, Joyce Harmon, Ronnie Harmon, Fred Skinner, and Jim Beck- tel are pictured below doing one sketch from this act. F 13 On George VVashington's birthday Mayor Phillip Bayt, an alumnus of Xllrshington. spoke to an all-school assembly. Mayor Bayt. an all-round athlete. graduated from Ytlashington in 1930. Larry Moore, Student Council president. is shown welcoming Mayor Bayt to his alma mater. 2' , -.4 1 do . , ,, W" 'w , f' "ls Man Ready for the Changes YVhich Atomic Energy May Bring to His Life?" was the subject under discus- sion by the pupils on the Junior Town Meeting panel. The members, shown discussing this topic. a re Gregory Wright. Kay Pence, Diane Kellems. Grace Edwards, and Patricia Lambert. .1 K 'ww wfwsksdlx ya, 'if Jw .,. , . fiwf -' , . . . comms and A Certain Star. written by Frank Cooper, was pri-sented to the whole student body ot' Washington High School prior to Christ- X, W X mas Vacation. Pictured, at thc left, is Carolyn Mann as Mother of Evil: Bob Gehlbach as Dismasg Kay Pence as Ruth: James Ludwig as the merchant: and Betty Johnson as Esther. The play was under the direction of Mrs. -1' f sy -s gi ff A " t , Q to M My .. S. .M A V, . W.--M---""' . ..V Bdss Wright. ,x ff , 7 V MfVfA M-,., plays mug I our eye. . . Pictured below are Betty Johnson and Hallie Miller being served by Martha Butler in a scene from the sen- ior play. Betty, who looks unhappy, is caught in the con- fusing situation of having to dress and act as a nine year old so that her mother can seem younger than she other- wise Would. H ll 'ff 7 " ' ff Members of the Senior Class l ,V 2'r f . fi f V' fff' presented Let Me Grow Up, a com- edy in three acts, in two perform- ances, May 3 and 4. There were seven girls and two boys in this YFELLIJS cast. Shown seated left to right are row 1: Hallie Miller, Pat Sandidge, Betty Johnson, Darlene fr r M ff" f' .1 Lucasg row 2: Robert Gehlbach, Zaclcie Rogers, Carolyn Mann, lVIartha Butler, Carol Jordan, and Mrs. Bess Wright, director. liexie, a young girl, was played by Betty Johnson. Her older sister Z and musically-inclined b ro t h e r were portrayed by Martha Butler and Zackie Rogers, respectively. Nola Fleming, their actress mo- ther, was portrayed by Carol .lor- rlan. Carolyn Mann portrayed Aunt Lydia, Pat Sandidge was Mary .log and Bob Gehlbach was Bill Hen- derson. Darlene Lucas played the part of a local siren, Arden. Mrs. Holden, a producer, was played by Hallie Miller. Pictured below is Carol Jordan handing Bob Gehl- bach a cup of tea. Carol played the part of a talented actress who doesn't realize until her children are almost adults that perhaps her greatest role would have been that of a mother to her own children. Bob portrayed a soldier who fell in love with Lexie. we Acti ities 1 Through our many extra-curricular clubs and activities, We gain much experience and learn to accept responsibilities. When we engage in these different activities, we are under the guid- ance and supervision of many capable individuals. This year, joining the ranks of those who help us, were Mr. H. H. Walter and Miss Leunice Horne. Mr. Walter, a member of the Tech faculty for 29 years,has an A. B. rhfgrec from Butler University and an M. S. degree from Indiana Univer- sity. At the time Mr. Walter was appointed G. W. H. S. principal, he was a vice-principal at Tech. Miss Leunice Horne, our new dean of girls, also came to us from Tech where sho taught English and held the position as head senior sponsor. Miss Horne has an A. B. degree from Hiram College and an M. S. degree from Butler University. Larry Moore, Julia West, Anne Kessler, and Jan Guffin are pictured at the right welcoming Mr. Walter and Miss Horne to Wasliington. Pictured above, learning voting procedure as a government class pro- ject, are Judith Adams, Carolyn Case, Ruby Patterson, Ronald Butterworth. and Don Stegemoller. 11 V vmywwy M151 'Q , at if sw 45.3.99 u sn 1? we S. 1-...l I FSI.. f l A-iff 'Inj 'wlembers of the student COLll'lCl1 are roxy 1 A Adams. N. Stillyyell, P. Yvhite, J. Carter, K. Davis, S. Harrington, M. Kemp, I. Hopper, row 2: B. Wilhnm. J. Moore, J. Lziwlis, L. England, J. VVade, Z. Buneriu, M. Short, K. Jennings, P. MCPeek, B. Postalg row 3: T. Springer, P. Taylor, R. Sorgius, C. Drury. L. Gritiith. S. Brown. P. Capps, R. Gill. Ayers, J. Oliver, B. Deemg row 4: C. Blane, D. Martin. B. Fetlerspill. E. Loyiscek. C. Ragland. C. Hedges, L. Combs, M. Biggs, E. Ziege, D. Hunts- nitm. P. Ft-ntlley. und A. Stroy. The Lettermalfs Club is another of George Washington HighSchool's service clubs. These boys s::1'yi:1lzisL1sl1ei's torthf- liall gumeszmtlopen houses, and they sponsored the annual intramural and fa- culty basketball game Lifter school. Memlwrs ot' the Lettermun's Club are left to right row 1: L. Englginsl. F. Wiggs. T. Springer. F. Ltiirniorc. J. Morgan. R. Clo-:J roxy 2: R. Conolty, L. Moore. T. Stevens, J. Arnot. C. Rqiglninl. B. Bean- hlossonl, J. Luxylisg roxy 3: E. Kelly, R. Poteet, S. Ltxliotf. li. Macy. J. Neff. D. Blankenship, L. Gor- m1in.D. Ross: roxy 4: K. Pershing. R. Bumps. D. Martin, G. Stout. Alihot. F. Dausch. L. Sullivan. A. XYYHC. D. Mt-Atteo. F. Cruse. and C. Blane. Members of the Natinal Honor Society are row 1: M. Armstrong. C. linoeliol, D. Smith, C. Sewell: row 2: Miss Ni--mann. co-sponsor: ll. Doll, J. Adams, R. McCoy. D. lit-lloins.Y. Gullimorel row 3: B.John- son, J. tiuiiin, li. Knox, J. Lmylis. S. Argyelan, A. Dyruni, a1iidlNIi's.Mf11'g:u'et McWilliams. co-sponsor. Students in the National Honor Society are selevled hy the entire faculty on the basis of their srholairshiip, leadership, character, and service to the srhool. A scholarship is given annually by the Honor Society to an outstanding senior. The Junior Red Cross sends packages overseas as well as gift and party packages to the Veterans' Hospital in Indianzipolis. The Junior Red Cross oflicers are row 1: S. Parries and C. Knoeliel, high school board repre- sentativesg J. Voils, secretary: row 2: L. Miller, viee-president: C. Gentry, president, E. Ziege, hoard representutiveg and M. Knoehel, treasurer. The big project of the Cub Reporters is the eorrespondenee between George Vilashington High School pupils and pupils of some eight foreign countries. The Cub Reporters consist of row 1: B. Dickey, M. Henning, K. PencegroW2:Miss Mary Benedict, J. Burns, B. Carey, E. Lairdg row 3: N. Curtis, E. White, P. Bassham, J. Sumner, and J. Beektel, The Washingtonians, one of our largest service Clulws, is for senior girls. The members oi' the club are row 1: C. Powell, A. Carter, P. Lisby, B. Hood, J. Shaw, H. Hale, N. James, P. Sandidge, J. West, C. Knoebel, P. Jessup, C. Dooley, P. Lee, D. Smith, J. Jetfras, I. Hopper, R. Stephanoif, M. Orelmaugh, J. De- Buung row 2: C. Cox, B. McHugh, C. Capps, M. Lutz,M. Armstrong, S. Barr, M. Kittle, M. Moore M. Cayley, V. Gallimore, C. Jordan, C. Turner M. Masner, B. Russell, S. Caldwell, K. Jester, N Coffman, C. Sewell, row 3: H. Miller. D. Porter P. Doll, G. Jackson, B. Johnson, G. Hack, J. Ross D. Root, R. Holt, D. Newkirk, R. McCoy. J Sanders, S. Smith, J. Boys, D. Kellems, C. Frye S. Smith, B. Horsemang roW4: Miss Leuniee Horne B. Wright, J. Adams. J. Oliver, C. lVIzinn, A. Kess- ler, K. West, M. Ford, N. Hunt, D. Rusher, C. Ha- Zelrigg, P. Daugherty, B. Fritz, B. Dickey, M. Yates, M. Butler 1 w W X X M V f is X ff X X! ee., W hmwy i Mwff.-W A 55:1 , 19 ft an VN? x fi' f fe if 1 5. , 4., 12 ,. Z 1 X f 4 ,. f X 17? . Thespiuns. a national honorary dramatic society, is The Curt un teuners 1 11 11uncle1thefl11ect1un uf N115 Ullflvl' the flireeti1i1n of Mrs. Bess Wright. Bess Vhirrht -Xnwng, then l111.iI1X ictiutiew lx the pieben j 7 1'11intS tow11r1l n11.-1nl1e1'ship in Thespiuns are E'Zl1'l1t'4l tlltllill 1 1 11 N 1 Tl1tte1 Chi 61 hx' p111'ticipati11,q in plays, 1'z11fli1i1 D1'HH1'11111S, play sketches. Me1nl1e1 t L uh me 11111 1 h Pence P B475 11n1l the Z1l1I1L18lCDl'JPt1'Y rearling Q1,1nt11st. G. Clulx 1 1111 11 xx 7 P Gehlhlch B Fei u Members are row 1: R, Eyster. Mrs. Wright. Ii. sun, N1 l u1e 11xx 1110 Qlw C N1 iYiQi1lb1iC'i.Q row 2: R. Gates, B. Johnsnn, C. Munn: row 'Zz K, AI1111 D Vuight intl I Luc 111 H, F'11ulliner, anfl H. Funlih1'1us1:r. The Future Teachers of America Club is under the sponsorship of Mr. .Tustin Mur- Shall. The members thrnugh listening t11 Special speakers lmve un 1'1ppo1'tunity t11 1111- Cirle what grufle level they woulrl like t11 tear-h. Cadet teaching gives them i'XlH'l'if:l1- Ce in the lIf'2iCl1111g' 11f Ci11lii1'+i'l1. The memhers of the F. T. .-X. Clulw 1111- row 1: Cynthia Fenflley. Mary Neif: r11w 2: Janet Crz1ifg.Sue K1i-rn,Ann:1Argyelzin, Ku- ty :5xfi2lI'l1SQ r111w ii: .-Xnita Stray, AU1il'1'y Grulnhs, ,lurly S11l11ll1'l'. John .3111-'fillil1l'l'. :1111l M111111 Knuekles. 'Q QM -.5 ,1. -ea n,g. Q M vga 53' 20 lr The Y-Teens, sponsored by Miss Gun- hilde Dudziak, is an organization affiliated with the Y. W. C. A. The activities of the Y-Teens this year included a party for the freshmen and a swimming party. The members shown here are row 1: Nancy Wade, Barbara Oldham, Barbara Dickey, Carolyn Mitchell: row 2: Beverly Browning, Sue Newkirk, Donna Martz, Judy Burns: row 3: Miss Dudziak, Judy Allen, Eileen McNew, Beverly Nelson, and Pat Neeley. The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to pro- mote high standards of Christian charac- ter throughout the school, home, and com- rnunity. One of the main projects of the club during this year was participating in a model session of the United Nations. which was held in the Statehouse. Members of the club shown here are row 1: Mr. Paul Hayes, sponsor: E. Jones, R. Milatovich, G. Braun: row 2: R. Nave, S. Marsh, W. Steckler, P. Butler: row 3: H. Earls, E. McCullough, R. Willis, C. Cannon. and B. Keller. The Continental Girls' Athletic Associ- ation appeals to girls interested in sports. Miss Rosemary Bergman and Miss Mary Nicholson are the club's sponsors. The members of the C. G. A. A. are row 1: B. Mayfield, M. Orebaugh, B. Dickey C. Mitchell, row 2: J. Smith, M. Parker, M. Popcheff, K. Pate, A. Foster: row 3: D. Lang, A. Worrell, C. Earls, V. Gallimore, H. Wheeler, P. Gollg row 4: S. Pagush, V. Scharrer, L. McPhail, C. Stewart, D. Mor- gan, J. Garrett, and I. Conrad. X The Junto Club, sponsored by the Social Studies Department, was organized to help students learn and understand more about the functioning of our goverment 'J 1 and to be good citizens ot' their Community. This year the cluhpre- sented the Thanksgiving Conyo- cation and also planned the Twel- L Vg Z tth Night Chirstmas Tree Burning 5,2 at Yictory Field. Miss Jean Uber, 3 a history teacher, is sponsor ot' the club. Members are row 1: C. Fendley, M. Simmons, R. Stephanotf, l Hopper, J. Carter: row 2: C, Imel J T Halloran, J. Boys. S. Brown, S Caldwell, E. Ziege. M. Ford, tiutlin, and P. Ladd. S. Vi'hite, B. Kerr, C. Padgett, Milligan, J. Sanders: row' 3-Z: J Members of the Science Club are row 1: Judy Hal- loran. Darlene Healfl, Janatha Rollings, Karen Rollings row 2: Jackie Peeyler, Barbara Fritz, Eddie Jones, Lilly Owens. Carl Yorger: row 3: Mrs. Elizabeth Crider, Tim- othy Owens, Robert Dunigan, John Sowers, Morris Mag- uire: row 4: Charles Clester, Arnold Caldwell, Marc-iz Ford, Katherine West, Margaret Reynolds, John Smith and Harold Neville. Guest speakers or student speakers are usually pre- sented at meetings. This year the club toured the Alli- son's Powerama. - l Members of the Discussion Club. are row 1: B. Fer- guson. S. Caldwell, K. Pence, B. Dickey: row 2: Miss Mary Benedict, R. Gates. P. Lambert. C. Iinel, D. Kel- lems: row I-3: C. Borchers. J. West. D. Hanley, E. Ziege, B. Colile, and J. Alexander. J. Stout, G. Edwards, and P. Thomas are not pictured. De-haters competed at Peru, Delphi, and Kokomo. They won the District Indiana State Forensic League Contest. - 42 3 22 Members of the Latin Club are row 1: J. Gaddis, L. Worrell, J. Halloran, G. Clarkson, L. Lowe, M. Bowers, C. Eller, B. Burton, C. Goodin, K. Richie, J. Smith, B. May- field, C. Sewell, C. Rippey, T. Felice, C. Saniper, M. Col- lingsworthg row 2: Mrs. Iva Head, B. Carey, L. Williams L. Smith, P. Loman, K. Jester, D. Hale, M. Mayfield, K Pence, J. McKinney, V. Miller, G. Wright, J. Burns, T Radcliffe, D. Barton, J. Clester, E. Kerr, A. Douglass McPhail, D. Kellems, C. Rairdon, D. Gaulden, J. Collom J. McClain, S. Edwards, M. Armstrong, J. Craig, J. Wal- The Bible Club members study the Scriptures. There have been several parties which have been held at Char- lotte Frye's house. Each member is as- signed to a diferent lesson to report on. The Bible Club is sponsored by Mrs. Margaret McWilliams, Evelyn Becker is the president. Members are row 1: Barbara Town- send, Carolyn Lee, Shirley Lindsey: row 2: Charlotte Frye, Necia Bish, Irish Rainville, Evelyn Becker, and Mrs. Mc- Williams. 1 row 3: S. Gilbert, S. Elniore, L. Westfield, E. Reynolds, L. ker, C. Vanmeter. J. Peevler, L. Warren,N. Stillwell, row 4: Mrs. Hester Bock, E. Loviscek, S. Brown, B. Barr, M. Ford, M. Reynolds, J. Alexander, D. Ford, C. Gentry, J. Jackson, W. Nicholson, B. Tolar, N. Hancock, C. Yorger, G. Hesser, J. Sowers, and L. Lor. One of the several projects undertaken by the club was the raising of money to send Care packages over- seas. A Christmas party was also given with the Spanish students. In May of this year they had a Roman Banquet. This was the fifth annual banquet. VV, YQWV 3 :fy ' gm' W f f I a 5 The Colonial Chorus of G. W. H. S. is a top music group well known to everyone. Members of the group are row 1: J. Lemon, B. Hood, C. Turner, J. Jines, J. Durham, B. Russell, C. Sewell, I. Hopper, R. Brown, C. Cooper, S. Barr, C. Knoebel. V. Gal- limore, M. Armstrong, J. Jeffras, C. Duff: row 2: Mr. Charles Hamilton, director, D. Root, R. McCoy, A. Kra- mer, D. Vllright, B. Johnson, J. DeBaun, S. Caldwell. C. 5 Jordan, J. Harmon, N. Tucker, C. Gosnell, A. Byrum, B. Deem, P. Sandidge, B. Fritz: row 3: J. Dean, L. Combs, R. Fertig, E. Flake, D. Blackburn, F. Lairmore, W. Coble, L. Albertson, L. Grihith, G. Edwards, R. Howell, J. Ma- this. Mrs. Edna Long. accompanist, row 4: T. Bollinger, M. Nickels, D. Sebree, F. Thomas, C. Gentry, J. Gufhn, C. Peterson, J. Hughett, R. Nash, M. Combs, and R. Cor- ey. The Continentalaires is a group to be proud ot' at George Washington High School. Bruce Barr, JoAnn Durham, Judith Jines, and Mona Knuckles were added to the group in January to replace January seniors. The group is under the direction of Mr. Charles Hamilton. Members of this group pictured are row 1: Joan Lemon, Delores Root, Delores Wright, Sandra Caldwell, Carolyn Duff, Beverly Deem, Rosemarie Kemper: row 2: Edward Flake, Frank Lairmore, Meredith Combs, and James Hughett. The Girls' Ensemble is another of the top vocal groups at Washington High School. Miss Ruth Amos is the director. Members of the Girls' Ensemble are row 1: Sandy Brown. Naomi James, Mary Sue Kemp, Shirley Lindsey, Helen Suddethg row 2: Miss Ruth Amos, director: Marilyn Knoe- bel, Esther Bowden, Sandy VVhite, Julia West, and Georgia Clarkson. Washington High School has been recog- nized for having some of the finest vocal groups in the city. The Colonial Chorus, the Continentalaires, and the Girls' Ensemble, pictured on this page, are a good example of this excellence. .,, . EJ ,,,z: ' ,,, X , ff , Q- f fw- Our Concert Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Samual A. Siurua, should be commended on their many fine programs. They have provided music for convoca- tions, the Junior Vaudeville, and for programs at var- ious grade schools. Seated are Betty Ferguson, Judy Sumner, Joyce Mount, Clara Wilson, Carolyn Rippy, Sandra Kern, Nel- lie Collingsworth, Steve A1'gyelan, Barbara Hendricks, "Strike up the band!" Mr. Ray Funk, director, heads the G. W. H. S. band, and Errol Loviscek serves as drum major. Jackson Sturgis, Anna Foster, Johnson, Charles Joelynn Adams, mons, Ronald June Gibson, Watson, row 2: Jerry Archer, ger, Patricia HoeHing, Eddie u..uq- Members are row 1: Director Funk, David Bowman, Alice Foster, Milton Sim- Kuehn, Danny Bymaster, Larry Albertson, Sandra Fred Thomas, Carl Yor- White, Robert Gehlbach, Sam Rigsby, Anna Hicks, Linda Worrell, Phillip Morris, Donna Newkirk, Phyllis Hussung, Mildred Cupp, Dorothy Graves, Rosemary Moore, Joyce Richey, Carolyn Gant, Rochelle Barnett, and Dorothy Phillips. Standing in the hack are Mr. Samual A. Siurua, di- rector, William Bruce, James McKinney, Sandy Overman, Audrey Grubbs and Larry Cochran. Linda McPhail, Darlene Duncan. Rita Sutt, David Hughes, Donald Herring, James Leach. Rows 3 and 4: Delbert Duncan, Ronald Fertig, Wal- ter Downing, Harold Neville, David Ayers, Margaret Reynolds, Patricia Capps, Valeria Gira, Robert Dunigan, John White, Nora Williams, Kenneth Baugh, Roger Rus- sel, Donald Pope, Donald Beets, Charles Herschel, David Donavan, David McCullough, Kenneth Helton, Charles Clester, George Bloomiield. Donald Poindexter. wwf' .. x? F " -:- , .... ,V li ,Al r ' if K ,,g,, . A 5 lg , -- Lak: gy 1 .v.. ., -I-ML: twyl, .. I K5 f ,V ' ,. :wr , r I ' ---- + A --fav , - . - Q... ' X .V J! 1 ,,,,..- . .- rf X , . . f f' ' v , 1 --.- ,af A- ' V . ,,,v ', f . - ,' f ' """ -ft ' 2. .- :-Q. 1 ' il.. iff' j-5-. " -' jg V. "" :E I-lf' ' ' .- ...-. , ' . AAAA wg, H , 5 .. , , A 21- I, 7, :. ' Ab, ,sr 3551111552-A .,,:5g:5:.:a55.ffgiijgsg- ,., R- ., ,-,,: ,.:,:, ,- "-" . , 2 .. , -'--- V ...W , - v .... -' ,.,,, 3 ,.,, . " ' .. .- ' ""' . . ' fri X f I ...f .J , ,nk ...f ........... . . . ...,. N. f.. ...sy . -....... .. ..,. . .. 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'sr M -rsii Xxh Carolyn Turner supervised senior picturesg San- dra Parries and Pat Neely supervised underclassman picturesg Sandra Barr was in charge of activities pictures. The entire stat? worked hard mounting pictures and writing copy getting this year's Senior Post ready for publication. Shown at the left are Carolyn Knoebel, editor-in-chief. and Mary Kay Moore, business in an a g e r. Here, they are shown trying to se- lect a cover for this year's Senior Post. Mary Kay and Carolyn made several suggestions and the entire staff helped make the linal deci- sion. Carolyn had the job of edit- ing all the photographic copy yvhile Cynthia Fendley, her assis- tant. edited the xv r i t t en copy. Mary Kay supervised the sub- scription campaign. Each member of the stat? was asked to sell at least tifty books. Mrs. Betty Werthman is spon- sor of the yearbook staff, and this semester Miss Mary Benedict as- sisted Mrs. Werthman in her many duties. .B -., ,.,, Members of the News Bur- eau, Linda Davidson, Lana Kay Matthews, Deanna Wise, Edgar Ziege, and Robert Roark are pictured at the right. Robert Roark and Edgar Ziegre reported sports to the Star. News, and the Times. Linda Davidson reported to the community newspapers the first semester, and Shir- ley Hathaway, who is not shown, reported to them the second semester. Also not pictured is Sandra White who reports to the Times. Lana Kay Matthews reports to the News. Deanna Wise, special correspondent to the Teen Star, is editor of News reported as club Bureau. The girls school news such activities, the honor roll, soc- ial events, P. T. R. O. T. C. news. A., and i ,, if ln the picture below Ann Kessler, editor- in-chief of The Surveyor this year, is shown, discussing some of the linancial problems of The Surveyor with Sandra Sears, business manager. The business manager's duty is to take care of all the business transactions and distribution of the paper. lg v WW ww W pu S Members of The Surveyor stalf are Tom Springer,Joyce Harmon, Wanda Rainwater, Carol Cooper, Linda Davidson, Hallie Miller, Ann Kessler, Barbara McBean, Sandra White, Mary Weiser, Lana Kay Matthews, Joann Burkett, James Smotherman, Kenny Knox, Martha Butler, Deanna Wise, Margie Masner, Sandra Sears, Mar- lene Short, Catherine Mclntire, Carl Peterson, Shirley Hathaway, and Mona Kunckles. Linda Baker, Dorothy Parker, and Jill Carter joined the staff in January. 27 he fi? wwf The Flower Shop, sponsored by the Na- tional Honor Society, proved to be a big success at the Capers. Potted plants and long-stemmed flowers were sold in room 162 while groups of girls sold carnation corsages throughout the building. In the picture at the left, Miss Lillian Niemann, sponsor of the Honor Society, is shown handing out the corsages to a few of the girls who helped sell. The pictured girls are Judith Byrum, Arlene Byrum,Jan- atha Rollings, Carolyn Hunt, Carolyn Turner, and Charneita Powell. The Game Room, in the middle at the left, is but one good example of the success of the Capers, which is an annual event spon- sored by the P. T. A. This shows a portion of the crowd in the boys' gymnasium. This year the Capers earned 351350. The P. T. A. uses the proceeds for school im- provements. During the current yearthey have furnished the Colonial Room, which will be used as a conference room, pur- chased a TV set for the school, a new spotlight for the auditorium, and a tool chest for the stage construction crew. Girls being served the "pause that re- freshes' from one of the stands are Kay Abbott, Mary Kay Moore, Linda Miller, and Judy Oliver. Richard Gates is the counter- man. Supper was served in the cafeteria from 5 to 7 p.1n. Coneys and cokes were sold throughout the evening at the stands. Mrs. Henry Easter and her many helpers were in charge of the cafeteria, Testing their skill as nail drivers are Mrs. Aileen Dick- man and Miss Mary K. Mitch- ell, two members of Washing- ton High School's otlice stalf. This was but one of the many games enjoyed by pupils, tea- chers, and friends in the big game room at the Capers. Many other amusements were provided such as "Squirt the Flirt", "Ring the Dur,-kv, "Fish Throw", A'Dart Throw", "Basketball Shoot", 'lWeight Guessingn, and t'Ring a Peg." Standing at the left is Mr. Marce Lucas, who was in charge of the booth. ff 'wwm f A x .sim 3 Donald Kelly is shown trying his skill at throwing balls at milk bottles. This was another game en- joyed by all. The major prize was a large doll which could be won if the contestant knocked all five of the milk bottles OH the stand. A popular attraction every year is weight guessing which usually takes place in the middle of the game room and is conducted by Mr. Henry Bogue. Mr. Bogue has the task of guess- ing within three pounds the cus- tomer's correct weight. ,Z X wi Q' if 4 Q R F R- Mir If - , Q 1 X Q X -2 f f -x Qi ' E f 1 14" .Li Q52 ' ,,.,.,.. ,A,. A uuzzzzzzus V r V ,W y, ' X ix ' 1 7 ,' I Wagga f f if 7 A 1 V ff -- K7 ,f 'f A f ' ,Q 'Wf f . , x- 2 ,I 1 1 , ,f ,4 , , ' Q 5 M fa V ' X f f J 'sf' f ' Q ,- Jn zf'Qf5f"' ' I Wm f ' ' ,f ,V A f ' X X A x x y Z -3-:LM-R QW, Z ' yy , f 4 pf f 5? --.1-.: Z 4 ,ff 'f . 4 H 4 MZ, I ' V f f f 21 Y 4 In " , ' .A N A . N' ., 1 M . , V Q 3 ,Q Q, . Q Q nip? Af' f ,f 4 v1"'i'1 , ,.., A 'V Q 1 ,L 5 , 4 ,Xu A Z 2 -. 6 : ,, v L 4' 5-m M MA, J x ' , i fb as , 5' ' ' .Q 6- if , V. W 5 I- Q 1 X,,,,,. V I ,gg A f X i t I AV , N wg' A., . xg J ' A. ""' ar , - . ' X , . ,L I M K .5 ,Q A -,,, , ,Q ,Xi 13 'f 1, ' N .. V , 4 F ,X 1, -4, , , 2 T s I e 1 4 n 30 One of the most important fe at u re s which high-lights school life is athletics. Both athletes and fans faithfully supported G. W. H. S. Whether our team finished Hrst or last in each individual contest. The football team had a 4-2-3 season and the basketball team iinished the year with a 12-8 record. Dick Milton, Mr. Frank Luzar, and James McKinney, are pictured above car- rying our baseball equipment out for var- sity practice. Bob Conolty and Leon England are pic- tured at the right demonstrating a Wrest- ling hold. On the opposite page is pictured a por- tion of the cheering block. th letics , f N " F' .. 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A 32 ' f XXX swf ws ., t' hs was X , V On the opposite page are the outstanding players on this year's squad who were row 1: Jack Ar- not, Collis Blane, Charles Cannon, James Kingg row 2: Slavie Laliotf, Dave McAtee, Ronald Macy, Maur- ice Nickelsg row 3: Carl Ragland, Dick Sebree, Gerald Stout, Ancil Wyneg row 4: Henry Easter, Bill Green, Danny Hance, Eugene Ha- zelg row 5: Carol Purichia, Dave Sanders, and Coaches Jerry Oliver, Bruce Hamman, and Varsity Coach Joe Toiil. Jim King, Washington halfback, is shown at the right preparing to catch a pass thrown during the Shortridge game. Carl Ragland C751 is shown in the background. The game ended in a tie. Robert Conolty, Washington's right end is shown being tackled by a Shortridge player after making a sizeable gain. Dave Mc- Atee 1927 was coming up for a block before the tackle. Washingt0n's outstanding grid stars, Slavie Lalioff, Carl Ragland. and Ancil Wyne, are pictured eat- ing a hearty meal in our school cafeteria after being honored by the city's newspapers as all-city football players, Slavie, first string fullback, was awarded honorable niention by the TIMES and the STAR. Carl, Wash- ingtons most valuable player. was honored by all three papers as one of th e city's outstanding first- string halfbacks. He was also cited fl berth on the third-string all- state team. A n c i l W y n e was owarrlecl second-string center posi- t'on by all three newspapers. Hats off to our all-city players, Slavie, Carl, and Ancil! f --,sa 1 ' f . .. ..,.... 5 l Y ' l f 4 Both the varsity and reserve football squads had a very successful season. Members of the varsity and re- serve football teams are row 1: B. Jennett, G. Braun, D. Sebree, C. Blame, J. Arnot, S. Lalioff, R. Macy, M. Nick- els, A. VVyne, D. Mc.-Xtee, G. Stout, C. Cannon, J. King, C. Ragland, D. Hanceg roxv 2: H. Hensley, C. Briley, L. Hunt, R. Nave, K. King, D. Mc.-Xtee, B. Jones, J. Arvin, D. Sanders, B. Keller, E. Hazel, D. Jackson, J. Neff, H. Easter, F. Cruse, B. Conolty, L. Miller, C. Hicks, B. Bean- blossom, L. West, B. Green, 'Varsity Coach J. Tofil, Re- serve Coach J. Oliver, row 3: Assistant Varsity Coach B. Hamman, L. Abney. J. Brinkman, C. Givans, L. Grif- fith, D. Abbott, J. Johnson, C. Spears, D. Squires, F. Opp, J. Stahl. M. Elsejv, H. Earls, VV. Brown, R. Milatovich, E. Porten, C. Purichia. C. Hedges, G. Fishburn, J. Ma- haney, T. Dennett. R. Seals, D. Bland, R. Givson, D. Ro- docker, and J. Orange. Slavie Lalioff, outstanding Con- tinental fullback, is shown, at the above right, being stopped by an unidentified Shortridge player on a power drive up the middle. Jim King, at the lower left, is Shown being tackled while mak- ing a gain to help the Continental cause in the Shortridge game. Washingtoifs pigskinners dis- played the polish of an experi- ence team as they held the highly- rated Shortridge eleven to a tie and thumped Hoxve's Hornets 12- 0. The Continentals also won games from Brazil, Sacred Heart, and Ben Davis. Pictured are Joe Morgan, Bob Roark, and Leonard S ul l iv a n. Washington's Cross Country team turned in a fine season with a re- cord of 9 wins and 1 tie and 2los- ses. The team finished fifth in the city. Leonard Sullivan qualified for the state and finished fifth with a time of 10:05 minutes. Sullivan was also captain of this yea1"s team. Joe Morgan has been named captain of next year's team. The freshman cross country team fin- ished second in the city with Rob- ert Caldwell finishing first. The dual meets are run at Rhodius Park. The course is two miles long. Members of the Cross Country team are, from left gan Bob Roark Leonard Sullivan Hictuzed in the back to right: Coach Amos Slaton, Vaughn England, Jack are Horace Mitchell and Charles Drury Not pictured is Brickler, Bill Calvert, Bill Bennett, Bill Julian, Joe Mor- Robert Caldwell freshman city champ ,ya 35 1 ,L-if gt if nt ,as The Continental basketball team finished u g 1'vf iid sea- son this year with at 12-8 record. Members of the Continental team are row 1: Joe Arnot, student inanayrerg Jerry Lawlis, Carol l'urichia, Toni Springer, Joe Morgan, Larry Gorman, and Benny Carroll, student manager, Don Ross, senior starter, is not picturedg row 2: Coach Dave Hine, David McAtee, Don Martin. Don Pope, Collis Blane, Carl Peterson, and Athletic Director Rowland Jones. Seniors on this year's squad are Lawlis, Mc.-Xtee, l "tA ,aw We Y.. ra, . Q 4 vf X' X 0 0 WA ,sf Q Sheff 5 x X 1 fy.. 7 Azz. ..,... ' ? All K V, X "fIE ,.f. ....,,Qfj-7, . . A - .... ,.,, A f ,,.,. .4 - 1 vW I at Martin, Pope, Peterson, Gorman, Springer, Blane, and, not pictured. Ross. Springer, Martin, Blane, and Lawlis have been on the varsity squad for three years. Lawlis, however,was forced to sit out his junior year with aleg injury. Jerry Lawlis set a new school and city-scoring record of 48 points, breaking Oscar Robertson's record of 45. Just two weeks later, however, Oscar regained this honor with an all time high of 62 points. Collis Blane and Jerry Lawlis are shown trying to steal the ball from an unidentified Howe player. Injuries somewhat slowed the Continental cause as star forward Jerry Lawlis was bothered by his leg. Also injured during the season was Tom Springer, who pulled a leg muscle. E Washington's Tommy Springer is shown fighting with an uniden- tilied Howe player for the loose ball while Don Martin 1353 is com- ing to help. Despite this hard and determined playing, the Continen- tal cause was lost as Howe won the game. Coming through this season with a very good 12-8 re- cord, the Washington team, led by Conch Dave Hinc, lost in the first game of the sectionals to Manual High School by one point. The Continentals defeated Shortridge, Terre Haute Wiley, Lawrence Cen- tral, Manual, Decatur Central, Ca- thedral, Sacred Heart, Broad Rip- ple, Speedway, Noblesville, Craw- fordsville, and Franklin. Members of the reserve basketball team are row 1: Bill Hill, Chuck Hedges, Jack Reynolds, Bill Bennett, Bernie Keller, Er- nie Slinker, Ralph Wilham, student mana- gerg row 2: Coach Jerry Oliver, Howard Earls, Eddie Porten, Wendell Brown, Eddie Eads, Fred Thomas, John Arvin, James Brunt. The reserve squad under new coach Jerry Oliver iiinished the season with a commen- dable record of 10 wins and 9 losses. The big boost for the team was victory over the Crispus Attucks Tigers. Pictured. at the right is, Howard Earls taking a rebound for us in the Ben Davis basketball game on our home floor. Bernie Keller and XVendell Brown are looking on. The reserve team progressed steadily this year and was considerably helped with the addition of Ernie Slinker and Bill Hill in mid-season. By the last part of the season the reserves were rough competition for anyone. Here, again, Howard Earls is pictured pulling ot? a rebound with Bill Hill giving a helping hand. Also in the battle are Ber- nie Keller and Chuck Hedges. The Contin- ental reserve squad racked up wins over Speedway, Shortridge, Crawfordsville, At- tucks, Southport, Noblesville, Decatur, Ben Davis, Terre Haute Wiley, and Broad Rip- ple. 1 , Z? f it f 5. 'KN l , 2, ,, J i kq isgsw Sei, X I lk K 49 , ,mm lf! ik! ,f Members of the golf team are, row 1: Paul Foxwor- thy, Steve Bright, David Bown1an,David SlI6g8l1lOll6T,CrLl:v' McClenin, Mike Swangog row 22: Gerry Strough, Couch Dave Hine, Ronnie Lewis, Tommy Mulrine, Kent Pershing, George Bushong, and Bill Finclell. Not pictured with the team is Larry Moore. Kneeling is Kent Pershing, giving Steve Bright and Tommy Mulrine 9. little advice on the handling of the golf club. , X ' W i "' Members of the wrestling team are, left to right, row 1: John Wallick, David Squires, Leon England, Pat Wat- kins, Vernon Schockley, Bill McCullough, Richard John son, Phillip Toscanog row 2: Jerry Bennett, Jerry Stone, Bob Conolty, Harold Burke, Bill Calvert, Bob Milatovich, Roosevelt Wasliingtoii, Carl Opp, Bill N e w l a n d, Ray Nave, row 3: Coach John Williams, Jim Stovall, Carl Rag- land, Slavie Lalioff, RiChz1rrlBunips, Melvin Elsey, Kal- nian King, Frank Opp, Bill Green, and Assistant Coach Bruce Hannnan. Q 1 4 J, , ' f ,f fi Z nf . if I V A KM Z Z Senior baseball players and re- turning lettermen are shown talk- ing over this year's p ro s p e c t s. They are, left to right, row 1: Var- sity Coach Frank Luzar, Larry Gorman, third baseman: Tom Ste- vens, outfielder: Dax e M c A t e e, iirst baseman: row 2: Tom Spring- er, catcher: Jerry Lawlis, pitch- er: Fred Dausch, outfielder: and Jerry Rairdon, pitcher. This year's teaim gives promise of having a good season. lfp to this writing we hlgve played Ben Davis, Southport, ffech, Columbus, Shelbyville. VVarren Central, and Attucks. Southport, C o l u m h u s, VVarren Central, and Attucks have been victim of the Continentals. 5 . AA, The baseball players are, left to right, row 1: D. Mil- ton, student manager: B. Tolar, G. Hesser, W. Brown, H Easter, J. Johnson, T. Stevens, J. Laxvlis, T. Springer, D Mci-Xtee, J. Rairdon, D. Brown, L. Gorman, F. Dausch, L Califar, B. Bennett, G. Fishhurn, C. Hedges, P. Saunders J. McKinney, assistant manager: row 2: Athletic- Director fi' 'Q'Y' f 1 ?.aw.3:' 1 " Q ,3 ,V 1 4 V.-x Aid. IM ' V l ,.,. ff Q 4 Q! 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Among junior and sophomore trackmen who look promising are Billy Jones, Bill Coop, and Bill Byrd. Pictured in the track group are left to right row 1: J. Morgan, J. Neff, W. Jennett, B. Beanblossom, A. Abshire, B. Coop, V. Schockley, B. Roarkg row 2: F. Wiggs, L. Sullivan, S. Abbott, G. Fitzsimmons, M. Lee, D. Ross, W. Vaughn, F. Lairmore, J. King, Joe Arnot, student manager: row 3: Coach Amos Slaton, B. Julian, J. Bennett, D. McAtee, R. May, F. Abshire, J. McCullough, J. Dean, R. D. Bracken, Assistant Varsity John Williams: row 4: J. Nave, Coach Brunt, B. Bennett, B. Keller, B. Mila- tovich, J. Vaughn, F. Apple, M. Car- ter, B. Calvert, B. Byrd, and F. Opp. Returning lettermen for this year's squad are Leonard Sullivan, James King, Floyd Wiggs, Steve Abbott, Don Ross, Joe Morgan, Brant Bean- blossom, James Neff, and Frank Lairmore. There are many good prospects on this year's squad such as Wayne Vaughn, Bob Roark, Gerald Fitzsim- mons, Bill Coop, Walter Jennett, and Jerry Dean. 41 .1 f. M 54 ' X -W J ef ff f ' , "" 4 ---1--- - ,1'-' 1 Carl Ragland, Washingtbn's 100- yard dash man, is shown Winning his event, in a meet last season, by a sizable margin. Being ineligible this year, because of age restrictions, Carl could not contribute to the Continent- al cause with his wins at the dashes. Q Q MA E if " ' "Z KJ . L -3'??E!!?i. .1 inif-If 5 W' Y' f . s ,Ill ' lf . - QM Mlfllfm llll i , . . s L tm is nlnixuiamfi t, ,3k, H .,,lll4i m A .. ww sei ,ees ffldise-f saff:----mm.-" -s1Qa"Wf'tf'f"".-,E jprri' Wig .: :::Z :::,1g , if' jg.---:,-,':: 2. :..a N f 'vw-k '-"--P-'Dill--I-lin ' - 1--Q1-. frhali' fig 3552 SE "vii-1: ' '- ' ' in-we ' 'xY'1f!l-Iu'1'-C:s-v-'rn'--'lirfl1.'1n1lf.frz'um11LJ' num I 1 inisf 1.35. -5. '.u"1-eos. 1 .'ii,3?g,'i:i-ari.-.1 ' ' H-11. Q H 'su ilu M . it V D Z .'. , - ,' . . 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Prince. Members of the freshman track team pictured, at the right. are row 1: John Hale, Arthur Brum- bly, Gerald Stewart, Tom Find-sll. Richard Johnson, Don Bess, Jack Brickler, Vaughn England, Doug Carver, Fred Fultzg row 2: Coach Bruce Hamman. Robert Caldwell. Carl Opp. Jim Stovall, Charles Binflhamnier, BolvCr,m1'r, Gary Hail- ley, Jim Lepper, Charles McDon- ald, and Bob Schwartz. Members of the freshman foot- ball team who were presented awards at the annual Fall Sports Banquet were Earl Anderson, Don Bess, Charles Blake, Don Campell, Douglas Carver, Robert Coffey, Bob Coop, John Franklin, Franklin Hall, Jeffery James, George Jones, Henry Linville, Jim Maners, Ray Miles, Carlton Opp, Ray Over- street, Charles Prince, Larry Reed, Dave Richardson, Jerry Slater, l George Stephanoff, Bernie Stin- nett. Harold Stockoff, James Stov- all. Don Sui-her, John VVallick. and R frfi seveltVVa,slii1igto1i. Coaches were Henry Bogue and Tohn Williams. X 1 , Wi r, .. . rf.,- w.5 V, 6 .x .W si ., ax. x L TL ,Is V RA eff? in R E gr .Y . , 5 -. C rw it 42 Members of the cheerleading squad, pictured below from left to right are row 1: Cynthia Fendley, juniorg Wayne Vaughn, senior: Rosalind Brown, juniorg Sonny Fields, senior: Helen Suddeth, sophomore, row 2: Marlene Short, jun- ior: Janet Shaw, senior: and Jackie Blackwell, junior. This year the cheerleaders acquired new white sweaters which they worc proudly. Janet Shaw was captain of this year's squad. Members of the girls' intra-mural championship team. pictured at right, are Donna Morgan, Phyllis Goll, Jan Earls, Sue Briley, Anna Foster, Maxine Orebaugh, and Connie Edwards. The Hchampsl' played another girls' team in the boys' gym, which preceded the game between the faculty and the winning boys' team. Representatives of the Comets, the winning intra-mural basketball team, pic- tured at the right, are Jerry Moss, Leon- ard Sullivan, Fred Dausch, Jim King, Carl Ragland, and Bob Coghill. The Comets finished with a 10-O record. For being a member of the winning team each boy received a belt buckle. f ' , fi , ' Q, J K 4 5' - ' I - -V 5 ' ' fn A wg? FV is I 1 'IN-flag? K . iz A401 2 be , ..,,, fl. These are our classmates and friends vvith whom we have spent niuch of our school life. They are the fans who sat behind you at ball games, the fellow students beside you in English classes, and the candidates you nominated for various honors. What is more, they are the individuals with whom many of us will associate the rest of our days. The officers of the Senior Class, Carl Ragland, ser- geant-at-arnisg Don Martin, president, Ronnie Macy, vice-president, Juanita Jetfras, secretary, Toni Springer, treasurer, and Bob Federspill, sergeant-at-arms, are shown looking over the Calendar of Events. Members of the executive connnittee, Jan Gutiin, Donna Sinith, Betty Johnson, Irina Hopper, Merle Lee, Larry Gorman, and Carolyn Turner, are pictured below. 3 , Q AM, , iii- Classmates ' K f gywi 1 , .4 7 , H V J f QVANQ M16 9 bm za 'W lg f'. Z W- 2 4' 3 'Q V 4 1 :g5'i 3 a s x u ,, Q .Y S eff 5 ff Z , I1 W4 9 m Qs, 4 2 -2 Q of Z ,, fl ,,,x,,-A .W ff Z Q f W ,1 b f f , f W f ,. ,, ,, W , f ,I if 4 W ,f , AJ ff! Z "' f 4 Aff rc 4' Z7 -X X , Q ,L , X ' ' 'ff' Mm Wh X fy ' v 'J fd fw , aw VW f f , ,J X I ,, Wxwmfyf X M W M 42" 1.W,4N I Nb 'SVR f X X X ti . ia X , sf? ? Q1 I . ' JUDITH BARNES Student Council, Washingtonians, Jun- ior Vaudeville SANDRA BARR KAY ABBOTT Washingtonians, Secretary, Flag Twir- lerg Military Ball Queen Candidate STEVE ABBOTT Letterman, Basketball, Track JUDITH ADAMS Student Council, Honor Society, Wash- ingtonians MARTHA ALTMEYER Majorette, Junior Vaudeville, Booster WILLIAM AMMERMAN Wrestling Team, R. O. T. C. STEVE ARGYELAN Honor Society, Orchestra, Boys' State Alternate MARIAN ARMSTRONG Washingtonians, Honor Society, Colo- nial Chorus JACK ARNOT Football, Letterman, Student Council TOM BARNABY Jr. Red Cross ml 9 Colonial Chorus, Student Council, Wash- YZ, Q. Q ingtonians N Q GUY BARRY 'f Jr. Red Cross, Junior Vaudeville WILLIAM BARTON Wrestling Team, J u n i 0 r Vaudeville Spanish Club KAY BEANBLOSSOM Washingtonians, Spanish Club RICHARD BECK Student Council, Rifle Team, R. O. T. C lst Lieutenant JOHN BECKER Colonial Chorus, Band, Jr. Red Cross DANIEL BLACKBURN Colonial Chorus, R. O. T. C. Oiiicers' Club, R. O. T. C. lst Lieutenant COLLIS BLANE Student Council, Letterman, Basketball Football s rs 1 X . X 'ESF Qwgss. , - S .5 si '-. :. , K. K i DON BLANKENSHIP ' " A Letterman A 'Wh' LEONARD BLUITT W TOM BOLLINGER In Vnvb Colonial Chorus, Football, Top Man Can- it Q, didate JANICE BOYS . OO.: , ,l , u Washingtonians, Junto Club GEORGE BRAUN ' ,A L Hi-Y, Treasurer: R. O. T. C. lst Lieuten 5 ' , ant, Student Manager ' A K ERWIN BROWN ww' Spanish club, Band . Ng RICHARD BUMPS Letterman, lV1'estling Team, R. O. T. C. Major HAROLD BURKE Westling Team, Track MARTHA BUTLER Washingtonians, Junior Vaudeville, Snr- veyor StaE RONALD BUTTERWORTH Track, Cross Country DANNY BYMASTER Band ARLENE BYRUM Student Council, Honor Society. Colo- nial Chorus ROBERT CALDWELL Colonial Chorus SANDRA CALDWELL Latin Club, Colonial Chorus, Madrigals CHARLES CANNON Letterman, Football, Track CAROLYN CAPPS Jr. Red Cross, Secretaryg Boosterg Washingtonians BENNY CARROLL Junior Vaudeville, Band Aide, Student Manager AUDREY CARTER Washingtonians, C. G. A. A., Band 47 - 1 new 5 - ,f M li is 3' K iw, .S X Y ff M ,... Z vv.AY tl.-:bi V,,, ..... f ,,, , A sg? a r f :, L:L C C Y - ,.' I Z. . l f ' a MEREDITH VVAYNE COMES I Colonial Chorus, Madrigals, Golf CAROL COOPER Colonial Chorus, Junior Vuufleville. Flag .5 Twirler ft, V CAROLYN COX Wasliingtoninns, Y-Teens, Junior Yaude- ' EUGENE CULYER "x" iii Hi-Y, Bible Club, Football '-g JAMES CL'l"P , ' f Junior Yuudeville FRED DAUSCH 'TQ Letterinun, Baseball, Boys' State Dele- "" ,. ------" ll A gate l JANICE DEBAUN 1 Student Council, Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudeville BETTY DICKEY ml Waghingtonians, Latin Club, Bmtste' J . 'f PATRICIA DOLL N' Honor Society, Y-Teens, Junior Yziumle- T Q ville V 48 CAROLYN CASE Washingtonians, Junto Club, Junior Vaudeville MARGARET CAYLEY Cub Reporters, Presidentg Washington- iansg C. G. A. A. YVONNE CHANEY VVashingtoniz1ns, Junior Vaudeville, Y- Teens DoN CHRISTIE KENNETH CLANTON MARY COBLE Student Council. Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross LARRY COCHRAN Dance Band NORMA COFFMAN Wasliingtonians, Junior Yaudeville LlNDA COLLINS Junior Yaudeville, Booster, Y-Teens E37 . A. . , f. tif? K 'M ,,. ,. x Q t gig K il ' . 1 -kiiii ,A J xi, I A 'XT"?:x COLLEEN DOOLEY ""' . J W fa, Washingtonians, Booster, Junior Vaucle Vi e f. . .. .,2,, PATRICIA DOUGHTERY .Z Washingtonians, Booster, Spanish Club I .Q WALTER LEE DOWNING . . Jr. Red Cross. Band, R. O. T. C. Sergeant WILLIAM DREFLAK Latin Club, Junto Club,JuniorVauclevillv DELBERT L. DUNCAN Band, Riile Team, R. O. T. C. lst Lieuten ant NANCY DUNCAN Latin Club, Curtain'tainers. Junior Vnumle ville JEANETTE EADS JULIA EARLS Booster, C. G. A. A., Spanish Club BETTY EDWARDS Washingtonians, Booster, Flag Twirler .1 r ,,,..i,f+r wi 'ff S ww is I f sw ir! Q, f 'F f' ff, ,S 6? :Wee A ww' '-wmv' aw' v 2 '-Mid .1 f.. Mg I f M ,f X f 'ffl ,. , f. '?',,6-V' 'i7MIW?ff'F'V W ,. 6 , .a- ,-5 ' 'I - My . . as, , A W f .X X . f-:r:..'2fwjfifdfffli2 -76 A f I A .,f ,Z,feW,., ,rm f - YQ, .... M-5 S 49 .W .sf f W 1 f 'V gvvf? gif, W X f pi 1,0 1.2 ' ' .. ,, Qii I '-" -- I . I ,i a 5 X 1 ' nm , 4 4 f , , w f 4 Urgj, MQW , ' 0 le W W 2. M' ,f ' ,wwf X Z My ' 44 A fi I 2. , 1... V :,:--Lee. .... . ' f V V , fn My ,...,,,.f., f I " . " -' ' . w ff A, Z ,W ' ' We .411 - ' f, N 557 ' ,Z , C f- maria ' is . . we - 'I ' ' ffi' A gf ' W WL f ,fa f ffi: GENE EDWARDS Junior Vaucleville WAYNE EDWARDS DAVID FAULKNER R. O. T. C, Ist. Sergeant, Cylinder Press ROBERT FEDERSPILI. Sturlent Council, Senior Class Sergeant at-Arms JANICE FELICE C. G. A. A. .IUDITH FERGUSON Booster, C. G. A. A. GERALD FITZSIMMONS Jr. Red Cross, Track, Cylinder Press EDWARD FLAKE Colonial Chorus, Mudrigals MARCIA FORD Washingtoniuns, Junto Club, Science Club Saws 2 5259, . , ' WW If x ' ,.: N ,.., Q, .V .. . T' . ii. 3 Jf"C -4 ., U S? f ' I Y of vw- E 'W f gin , S.. : J, IA L, WK, i., A ' Q was 3 Act 5' I , -R rdf' 'Q va 'Q Q. rt., 1' 'Q fi-177' -- use f' Q ' M Qzf iff A , ,rg .I .,,, . 9 -.ET V fi ' XZ.. 551517 , V , - ---- Q ,Qt ,, .. 1, 07 8 I Qi s . ff Q if ,. c X. . .iii . 'Q I 55. ' "I , 2 so Q . an W WVR' -- ' We My X, , ,,, . , . 'msg-3" K Els C? 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HELEN HALE Yearbook Staff, Junto Club, Washing' , tonians THOMAS HALLORAN Latin Club, Jr. Rell Cross, Juntn Club RONALIP HAINDLON - Q A y DAVID HANLEX X ,A ' X S 5 U. A. F. Veteran X-W' " 6 5. FRANCES ANN HARPER Science Club ff' E JANICE HARRINGTON ,, ' ' Jr. Red Cross, Junior Vaudeville , W iw .- 5 N .- BONNIE LOUISE HATCHER ' x it 5 rrr... Q K T K K N sc X 50 an J 5 .. . ..... fm ,z CAROLYN HAZELRIGG Student Council, Washingtonians, Bible Club JOHN HICKS Football TOM HOBBS Band, R. O. T. C. 2nd Lieutenant vv if ,,,,f . ,,, . V, KQV We X M r ROSALIE HOLT Washingtonians, Y-Teens, Latin Club In BETTY Hoon i Washingtonians, Booster, Colonial Chor- IRMA HOPPER A SQ.. 3 Student Councilg Colonial Chorusg Junto qqqq Q, U Club, Secretaryg Spanish Club, Vice-Prcs- . . 1., ldent BARBARA HORSMAN Washingtonians RICHARD HOWELL - ' A Colonial Chorus, Boys Octet, Rifle Team, wp VM R. O. T. C. 2nd Lieutenant ' A' NANCT HUNT r A Washingtonians, Horizon Club , A l i ...,,, 1 4 ,,.. ,W V'l A ,,., IVV 1-- A B .-.., A l Cf I E 51 J ,.,..,, X Q ,i 7' J if . af, if f 4 f v "" ' ' D ,, f s o W mf we ,,,' 2 9 L. , . ,. W 4 X X f f f . U A .,...., ' ., 'yi of W , 7 'il if , X li, DEANNA HUNTSMAN Washingtonians NAOMI HYDE Washingtonians, Band BARBARA JACKSON VVashingtonians, C. G. GERALDINE JACKSON ., f ff, X r L , ,. 1' W 'W 9, ' X 7 Q M 'W' nf , 41 , f 7 'H K. ' X f f f Q 12 f 2 y W , ,f fa , I f N. X ,, I and If W J f fs M ff Z ff: A. A. Y-Teens, President: Boosterg Washing tonians NAOMI JAMES Student Council, Washingtonians, Boos ter JUANITA JEFFRAS Colonial Chorus, Secretaryg Senioi Class Secretaryg Head Majorette PHYLLIS JESSUP Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Cub porters Club KATHLEEN .TESTER Washingtonians, Y-Teens, Latin Club BETTY JOHNSON Honor Societyg Washingtonians, Tieas urerg Curtain'tainers. President ,.,.. x - 2 Q at 3? Eg? I .W ..,., , ,Q I . 'wus f ' , 'f W' ff .A X exerts.-,, L AX x. A 1' f Q ,Q ..--.. I 21,45-, - f QV -Z f .251 5532+ W gy 2 74: 9 'Y Sl .' ,L-lv. , , V if R 2 I A ,ia 1 s l 5. 5 A wav 2 an X I Nw? 3 W ANNE KESSLER The Surveyor Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Colonial Chorus, Washingtonians JAMES KING Letterman, Track, Football MARLENE KITTLE Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Horizon Club CAROLYN KNOEBEL Yearbook Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Colonial Chorus, Honor Society, Secretary KENNETH KNOX The Surveyor Staff, Sports Editorg Honor Society, Treasurer, Student Council ANNETTE KRAMER Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudevillle, Washingtonians PHYLLIS LADD Junto Club FRANK LAIRMORE Letterman, Madrigalsg Colonial Chorus, Co-President, Boys' Octet, President SLAVIE LALIOFF Letterman, Football, Wrestling Team, Track it , Q64 T S I , fx " RONALD W. JOHNSON RONALD M. JOHNSON Band, Track, Junior Vaudeville PATRICIA JONES WILLIAM M. JONES Golf CAROL JORDAN Colonial Chorus, Junto Club, Junior Vaudeville DIANE KELLEMS Honor Society, Latin Club, Vice- Presidentg Future Teachers, Cadet Teacher BEVERLY KELLY EDDIE KELLEY Letterman, Junior Vaudeville, Track JOHN KELLEY Student Council !vJ f, MMV JJ JOHN LAMPERT DEAN LANG NANCY LAWALIN GERALD LAWLIS Honor Society, U. N. Delegate, Boys State Delegate, Letteiman Oificer, Student Council Oiiicer MERLE LEE Boys' State Delegate, Stu lent Council, Junior Class Officer PATRICIA LEE W ashingtonians, Booster J JOAN LEMON Washingtonians, Madrigals PATRICIA LISBY Washingtonians, Yearbook Staff, Bo st r A DARLENE LUCAS Washingtonians, T. V. Workshop, Jun- ior Vaudeville , V Ii I ,,,, f W qw l i f ' Hvlff' i M , N may E, Qs.. ,7 C. vfsjwf ' .Q . f V of f' Zu., I 'Y I 4 , Q ! Q Y ew Q s x sw A 1 f,,m. e ng. as 4 ,.,, . ,i,. ,X r. , of ,ff f AW' f .. , QW , 1 A X f X f f 53 M 'ff I . R4 Vil A f 47 ta X WW f 'W X 'ff fy QM .L W , f X gf , f f W X 446 . f ff Wig' , , f f Z , fem M W..-Q 664 jj. MMM ,44 H " ' :ga ,YV 51,1 5 41, W U . ff ,J , MARLENE LUTZ Waslnngtoniuns, Booster, Junior Vaude le NORMAN LYNCH Student Council RONALD MACY Letterman, Sergeant-at-Arnis Senior Class Vice-President, Football CAROLYN MANN Curtuin'tainers, Vice President Science Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Thespians DON MARTIN Jr. Rose Proin King, Senioi Cltss Pies iclent, Letterman MARGIE MASNER Washingtonians, The Surveyor Staff DIANE MATLOCK Wasliingtonians, C. G. A. A Iuniol Vaudeville BARBARA MAYFIELD Horizon Club, Latin Club, Wlslnngton ians DAVID McATEE Letterman, President, Basketball Foot ll ba f f M E ::. A: tx ' fi ms, A df lv? f t 'W' f"f'5 " I .2 - Z Q: f' .A V Yi Q L- ff? may uni em 5 f A. .Q 5 I : I C, fi f at ' ' I . ' ,I '1 7 .. W ,gm i I . 1' it , , I I vg,,,,f .v 4 , XML :aff 5 A MARY KAYE MOORE Washingtonians, Vice President, Year- book Staff, Business Manager, Cub Re- porters, Yice-President ROSEMARY MOORE Orchestra FAY MORRISON JERRY MOSS 4 wh M ii ! 'war f AY . ai... f 1 , y f fy V ' X t Mix 'H-'X Q: B aselva ll M HAROLD NEVILLE I Science Club, Prr-sirlentg Ranilg Orclies- V2.5 tra X5 DONNA NEXYKIRK Wasliingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Orches- tra MAURICE NICKELS Lettemnan, Colonial Chorus, Footlwull MARJORIE E. NORRIS Wzisliingtoiiiaus, Burial, Culi Report - JANET OLIVER Student Council, XVllSl1IHQff4lIlliIIlS, Junior Vauiileville h 'Q -K. is f- 1- N mfs 5 RETTA MCCOY Wasliingtonians, Honor Society, Colo nial Chorus BARBARA MCHUGH Washingtonians, Junior Vaudeville KENNETH MCPHEARSON EUGENE MILLER Junto Club, Junior Vaudeville, R. O. T C. lst Lieutenant HALLIE MILLER Girls' State Delegate, Student Council Junior Class Treasurer BETTY MITCHELL C. G. A. A., Junior Yaudeville BILLY MOHIZ JOHN B. MOORE Spanish Club, Rifle Team, R. O. T. C. lst Lieutenant LARRY MOORE Student Council, President, Inter-City Student Council, Treasurer, Letterman I 'if' ' .1 MW 6 Say- Y - - '!"fx"V X X., I X X l 7 MAXINE OREBAUGH Washingtonians, Booster, C. G. A. A. GERALD OTTO LILLY OWENS Jr. Red Cross, Vice-President: Junto Clubg Science Club, Secretary AMOS PADGETT Jr. Red Cross, Junto Club, R. O. T. C. DONNA PARKER Washingtonians, C. G. A. A., Jr. Red Cross KAY PATE Washingtonians, Booster, Curtain'tainers RUBY ANN PATTERSON Student Council, Future Teachers, Jr. Red Cross ROBERT PENLEY Jr. Red Cross DAVID PERRY Jr. Red Cross ff ig H . , . I , J We . ef, .Kim fQ.? ff iff f ' 'Y Z f ' f LQ., .,.. , T .f . f f . , if f . . , , f rf., V ff g -s Cf A -' ff. I .. g, ,yr , ,r 5 j' s W 45 5 -:I v X W5 ff LM mf sz f Q ff f 1 ffQWWkmf 235' ' J VMMWL wwwwhw Zgweae fmeamemeem, f -A .,., X' .XE if 1 ig, f ff s ""' f f -.za ', J Q45 3 may I ff , . ,.., , r ' if at PPPPP M L sk? ' ,vi S J' 5 Z3 ,M 6 . , 50455. 0.4.0 ,A 1 , fd --. 4z.u.M 452 1 MW If? MW I Q Q f , ww. I Z!!! J 5 4 ,X 1' ., .47 Q f 'Q' f , 9,1 f , ' WN f . f - f wer ' v J ,WW f M I . H U 1 Mf , .f I I X i X, 7 X. f vb 4 V 1 4 Q X W.. K, f., 'M 1 9 ,,,.. A . . S y? f ' f Y Www? fTfY f KENT PERSHING Letterman, Jr. Red Cross, Spanish Club CARL PETERSON Colonial Chorus, Football, Basketball ROBERT D. PHILLIPS Jr. Red Cross DON POPE Letterman, Band, Junior Vaudeville DORIS PORTER WlLSillIlQ't1'lDl8lIS DONALD PORTWOOD RALPH POTEET Spanish Club, Letterman CHARNEITA POWELL Washingtonians, Junior Vaudeville, Sci- ence Club DALE PRICHARD Track, Band, Cross Country JOYCE PRUITT K f f- , P b Q , Washingtonians, Booster, Horizon Club ":': X CARL RAGLAND ,A J 4 Q5 K A ,',. A .L 1',Q.I,ig7 Letterman, Student Council, Jr. Red ' ,Kr A M j i J! Cross A GERALD RAIRDON .ff ', 7 EW X, Q, ff V f 'gf R le JEANETTE RECTOR Ly., Y-Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Junior Vaude- ' L ' .,,..",. X ' l l Q ,,,,. 1 A Ilqqq W JoYC'E RECTOR J ' Washingtonians, Science Club, Horizon ,,Q,,,, 2 Club "" 'W Q ZACKlE ROGERS . X' Student Council, Curtain'tainerS, Thes- pians R ,Vi I .1 ANTHA RoLL1NGS f X , Latin Club, Jr. Red Cross, Science Club ,AVl, , A C ,A BELoRES RooT Colonial Chorus, Junto Club, Madrigals ' W' few' , , . A A A JCDITH EYELYN ROSS ff , . Vllasliingtonians, Horizon Club DONNA RUSHER "' Nllashingtonians, Bible Club q BARBARA RUSSELL ' Vllashingtonians, Colonial Chorus, C. G . I 'V I JANET SANDERS R VVaShingtonianS, Junto Club, Science ' uulqu - ii f-"- . Club f A f. R PAT SANIJIDGE Yearbook Staff, Junior Vaucleville, Col- , , 1 onial Chorus , ""' ' . :Qi j 5 '.--- S ' SANDRA SEARS E v we ,Q ', H 1:8-.Q Surveyor Stall, Business Manager: leur. ,..,,. - ' --. 1 book Staff, ilfrajmeue we +111 RICHARD SFBREE ' .. J J W Colonial ChoruS, Football H A, b C i cSi CAROLYN MARIE SEWELL X h Honor Society, Latin Club, Colonial S ie A 'AVE 3. Chorus . JANET SHAW . . Q ir. Ii' I Student Council, Secretaryg Hoiiirmoliiiiiii W, I , A Q ' Queen: H. O. T. C. SponSor RW , 'xfffir .- JIM SnoTTS A Wrestling Team, Track J Sli NANCY SKINNER Washingtonians, Jr. Red Cross, Junior Vaudeville DIXIE SMITH Washingtonians, Junior Vaudeville DONNA SMITH D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award, Girls' State Delegate, Honor Society KENNETH SMITH SANDRA SMITH Washingtonians, Booster, Jr. Red Cross SHARON SMITH Washingtonians, Booster, Junto Club JAMES SMOTHERMAN Future Teachers, The Surveyor Staif, Student Council CAROLYN SUE SOUTHARD ESTELLA SOUTHWICK Washingtonians, Spanish Club, Jr Red Cross i l.. , f :ff ,V va' 'W I 1 f W4 2 f , lJ e e A ,, Q , - "4 my If V I, ' I, ' Q .W , -ptv . . V, , f fy' , , ,yer 1 ,4 , f " X iff' X .,.,V.,a,- 0 i f . .,-v 3 . ' we .Q .1 ' W5V..3,,. M' 6 45,0--ge " -1" .,.. twig 5" ' 7 'Wm 2: fsfgffz, fc if V ' H , S, , ,VC M, , ? XJ ff, 1 V I 1 , ' 3. ,W . eff ' ,fy 12 4, ' ifggygfr' X JOHN SOWERS Latin Club, Sergeant-at-Arnisg Science Clubg Junior Vaudeville ALEXANDER SPRATT THOMAS SPRINGER Senior Class Treasurerg Boys' State Delegateg Student Council, Sergeant-at Arms GERALD NEIL STOUT R. O. T. C. Lieutenant Colonel, Letter- man, Student Council EDWARD STAHL Jr. Red Cross DON STEGEMOLLER Student Council, Latin Club, Science Club RODNA STEPHANOFF Washingtonians, Booster, Junto Club THOMAS STAAB Jr. Red Cross, Junior V a u d e V i l l e, R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant MARY TAXIS at f Q X we A f ea AX J' f xW 3 M M X xiwi V ,K X x I 5 Sy X X fx X f.. ' A S C . S 1 gb 5 '-x. R i .:E:E:.- I .Z X x,' l. - 8 i qw r ' ,R ' if " I "fp A 1 A , ,gmt jg I, W ' li! , . V1 1 A Mb. YQ A J 5 l I AE we 35 WS A 5 Nag Q' V'- , np .fa fa, , fs Q , X .. X SVI? 7 1 X135 2 Q 32 IX M M 3564 gf 0,15 , , f, , f. W... Ng .1 A . A KATHERINE JO WEST Washingtonians, Science Club BETTY WHEELER Washingtonians, C. G. A. A. HILDA WHEELER Washingtonians, Booster, C. G. A. A. RONALD E. WHITE Student Council, Football, Track FLOYD WIGGS Letterman, Football, Track DONALD WILLIAMS Jr. Red Cross, Track MARY LOU WILLIAMS Washingtonians, Booster, Jr. Red Cross CLARA MAE WILSON Orchestra, C. G. A. A. , Junior Vnudeville JOHN WILSON Cross Country i 2 Al ' X sq .. ffl 5, W , i. ' 1, Qhl' . xi 1 f , X at fx 'S f , f , W f if i Q . 4 iv ,--.mx Q an 1 - b fi if ,. ff an A W PATRICIA THOMPSON Washingtonians, Junior Red Cross, Boos- ter FRANKLIN THORNBURGH Hi-Y, Baseball, Debate Club WILLIAM E. TUCKER RiHe Team, Track, R. O. T. C. Sergeant CAROLYN J. TURNER Colonial Chorus, Co-Presidentg Junior Rose Prom, Jamboree, and May Queen ROBERT TURNER Track, .Junior Vaudeville, R. O. T. C. Ist Lieutenant WAYNE VAUGHN Cheerleader, Track. Cross Country ARLENE WATSON Washingtonians, Junior Vaudeville, Jr. Red Cross SANDRA WATSON Band JULIA WEST Wasliingtonians, President, S t u d e n t Council: Junior Yaudeville rf' fgsfveg-if ':..-Q-3.33 ' N .. 3 K I . ,. . 3 1 X. -oc., . --N-f,'ff ' 'l 0 A wr? A 17 A .5 Sc' ENE ' x l l i 5 v c rat f M . , Nc ' X 3 - - - "TI Nylx -' HX Jii' M 'f f SE Q Q ff: 'J . R. , , gg Wg. X X 4 .9 X :E gm .P . X L, DEANNA WISE R. O. T. C., Honorary Lieutenant Colonel, Girls' State Delegate, U. N. Delegate DELORES WOOD Washingtonians, C. G. A. A., J u n io r Vaudeville FRED WOODFORD Jr. Red Cross BARBARA WRIGHT VVashingtonians, Booster DELORES ANN WRIGHT Thespians, Colonial Chorus, Junto Club ANCIL WYNE Student Councilg Football: Letterman, Sergeant-at-Arms JERRY YANCEY Student Council, R. O.T. C. Sergeant. Baseball MARTHA YATES Washingtonians, C. G. A. A. CARL YORGER Band, Captain, Latin Clubg Junior Vaudeville 7 ' ' .- lg A ..,, ' " ,, A W if ff f ' ,ffl W2 ,,4 ffff,,,J . ew, 1. . -. I9 .' 11 . ' ,'.fff-'nee E ,ff I if W9 ,ZZ 1 -V :H . . .. .. .A V V , I '- .ui ii ' I M Q fi,, ' f f 5 Q alendar oflfvents for June 1956 Seniors Awards Day, Open House, and Strawberry Festival Senior Dance, I. U. Medical Center Vesper Rehearsal Vesper Services, Boys' Gym Senior Commencement Rehearsal Senior Class Day Commencement Wednesday, May 23 9 p. in. to 12 p. m., Friday, June 8 Friday morning, Julie 8, 8 a. m. to 10 a. ni. 3 p. m., Sunday, June 10 8 a. m., Monday, June 11 1:45 p. m., Monday, June 11 6:45 p. in., Tuesrlay,June 12, George Wasli- ington High School Athletic Field ft H. H. Walter, principalg Jus- tin E. Marshall, Vice-principalg Joseph H. Jones, vice-principalg Miss L e u nic e Horne, dean of girlsg Audie Watkins, dean of hoysg Miss Ruth Amos Mrs. Grace B a r k e r, Miss Mary Benedict, Miss Rosemary Bergman, Mrs. Hester B ock, Henry Bogue, Mrs. T h e l m a Brownewell Clarence Buesking. Mrs. An- ne Burge. Mrs. Mary Ann Cap- estany. Paul L. Carmifhael, Mrs. Elizabeth Crider. Ross Cox Miss Elaine Demos, Joseph Dutton. Miss Gunhilde Dudziak, Miss Vivian B, Ely. Mrs. Thel- ma Ford. Mrs. Gladys Freundt Ray C. Funk. Victor Graves, Charles Hamilton. Bruce Ham- mrin, Mrs. Elizabeth Hatneld, Paul Hayes Mrs. Iva Head. Richard Heil- ges. Mrs, Barbara Jean Hine. Dave Hine, Leon Hunt, Row- lu ,cl Jones Miss Rose E. Kin g. Miss Mary E. Latz, Robeit P. Le- Muster, Miss Gertrude Lindley, Miss Mable Loehr, Marce L. Lu- cas A In ' , MW QMINL 51 Jw V 'Wav Mrs. Dorothy Luther, Frank Luznr, William G. Mahan, Ed- w ll rd J. Manetta, Lloyd B. Munn, Miss Mary McBride Miss Evelyn McConnell,Rus- sell McConnell, Mrs. Margaret McWilliams, OcalMute1-spaugh, Miss Orrell Negus, J. C. Nel- son O. W. Nicely, Miss Mary Nicholson, Miss Lillian Nie- niann, Mrs. Jean Howell, Jerry Oliver, James H. Otto Mrs. E l i Z Z1 b e t h Randolph. Miss Marjorie Reinhart, Mrs. Fimie Richie,Leo Rosasco, Mrs. Mildred Ross, Ben Sanders Mrs. Saniuella Sands, John Seeburger, Miss Eunice Sey- bold, Miss Margaret Simonds, Samuel W. Siurua, Amos Slaton Allan R. Stacy, Joe Tofil, Estil B. Van Dorn, Mrs. Mar- iesue Vannatta, Mrs. Corlie Walker, Ursa D. Walker R. J. Weaver, Mrs. Betty Werthman, John Williams,Miss Jean H. Wood, Mrs. Bess S. Wright, Mrs. Nellie Baldwin Mrs. Aileen Dickman, Mrs. Mary Jane Funk, Miss Margar- et Hannan, Mrs. Dorothy Houghton, Miss Pollie Kidwell. Mrs. Edna Long Miss Mary K. Mitchell, Mrs. J o y c e Mowery, Lieutenant James Mason, SFC William Farmer Miss Polly Kidwell. a member of the main of- In thc picture alwve Mrs. Mildred Russ, science librarian, lice staifg Mr. H. H. Walter, principalg and Mr. is shawn in the mainnllicc receiving herRedCruss membership Frank Luzar, head wt' the Physical Education De- from Mrs. Aileen Diclimair limilzlceepfiit Mr. Lf D. Vx'alke1'. partment, are pictured abeve after they had had ri head of the Industrial Arts Department, is pictured mailing .1 conference in Mr. Walters office. Mr. Walter's oflfice lctter. The main office is the nerve center nf the school. Teach- is always open for teachers and pupils to sce him ers wine here hefnre sch-ml each morning to receive their mail. and consult with him, Tiltlflidlli cwiiie tw purchase tickets for various school events. 'W f f 5, ff' , I ,Mt-,Q s X ,f swf 4 , f of ' A 3 cts fs at 'G ii c ' is Ywi 4 ' MW" ' . if I Fi V- , Q' 22 1 ' K if ' , . we ':L: - -'f's,Z' . ' 5 ,. V1 it . 1 . ' Q bi, ,122 . i V iii? ' .- 17 S' W N, A . Mrs. Iva Head, language teach- er, seems to be having: a good time talking to Mrs. Hester Bock, head of the Laiignzige Depart- ment, in the picture at the left. In the hacligruuntl Mr.H.H.VVal- ter, our new principal, is shaking hands with former principal of G. W. H. S., Mr. WVilbur S. Barn- hart. This picture was taken at the faculty dinner which was given in honor of the teachers who ri-tired during the past year. Three men who share great responsibility at George Washing- ton High School, shown in the pic- ture at the right, are Mr. Joseph H. Jones, vice-principalg Mr. H. H. Walter, principalg and Mr. Justin Marshall, vice-principal. Mr. Wal- ter has had a busy year studying our school and making worthwhile plans for its more eflicient func tioning. Mr. Jones supervises sen ior activities, the guidance pro- gram, and extended school ser vices. Mr. Marshall plans the pro- ,i gram of courses for each semester E 1 and supervises building, grounds, and equipment. We all really ap- , preciate the work these men do for us One of the social activities which the faculty has each year is the faculty dinner. This year this event was held December 1. Two of the four teachers who had retired this school year were present as guests of honor. These included Mr. Wilbur S. Barnhart, former principal of G. W. H. S., and Miss Gretchen Mueller, former head of the Home Economics Department. Miss Myrtle Johnson and Miss Frances Failing, other retired teachers, were not present. Mr. Victor Graves was the master of ceremonies. The picture below is one taken at the dinner, and the teachers who are shown in the foreground to the left are Miss Mary Benedict and Mr. Roger Weaver. Seated in the foreground at the table to the right are Miss Elaine Demos, Miss Ruth Amos, Mr. L. B. Mann, Mrs. Betty Werthman, and Miss Mary McBride. Teachers in the Industrial Arts Department were in charge of arrangements for the dinnerg the Art Depart- ment designed and made very attractive Christmas dec- orations for each table. Early in the school year, the faculty social committee gave a tea in honor of the teachers who joined our faculty this fall. rea ga' 9.325 f fx sv . ,. 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