George Washington High School - Post Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 118 of the 1958 volume:
GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
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Going, going, gone all the time according
to our parents and teachers, pupils are con-
stantly in a rush. We take time out of our
schedule to talk with friends in the halls or
via the telephone. Often the friendliness at
Washington is shown by the Way students fill
their cars with friends or gather in cheerful
The Line Up-Pupils with cars aren't so fortunate as
it may seem to the bus riders. Every night a long line
of cars wait to get on busy Washington Street.
groups throughout the school.
All Aboard-Students who do not
have cars ride crowded buses.
Strolling-Time between classes gives Don
Smith a chance to Walk Carole Wigginton to her
. . . tying np phone lines, and just talking
Telephone Time-Parents usually set a time limit little time to arrange a date. Janet Renner finally re
for teenagers on the phoneg therefore, Jim Leach has ceived the call she was waiting for.
Stare-Steppers-Linda Hefner, B e c k y
Grimes, and Scotty McAtee stare at the
camera as they descend to a first floor
. . . working cmd cmmming after school
As much a part of our lives as classes,
after-school clubs, and sports practice, are the
activities that fill our hours after We close
our locker doors and leave school for the day.
It is during these hours that We try to cram
in all the activities that keep Washington
students really on the go.
A great many of us hold jobs, some even
have their class schedules arranged so they can
leave school early and go to Work. It's the
Working students who find it hardest to com-
plete homework assignments on time. But
completed they must be Whether you do home-
Work during the commercials of your favor-
ite T V programs, or Whether you Work and
have to finish your assignments While y ou r
I classmates are having pleasant dreams.
It's Not All Fun-With a comfortable position on
the floor and a book, Judy Puckett prepares for the next
If The Shoe Fits-Don Vidito and many other stu- Your Change, Sir-Eloise Laird and Mickey
dents work to earn money for college. Sanders help in checking out a store patron.
Put-Em-Up-Sandra Brown, who Works in the Add-Em-Up-Dorothy Norris Works in the cafe
bookstore during her spare time, is selling a book to teria during' her lunch hour adding up the students
one of the students. lunch bills.
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No matter Where they go or how they go,
today's teenagers always seem to have fun.
Fun just goes with the teenager. Whether it's
a hayride With the gang followed by a sizzling
hot dog cooked over an open fire or a trip to a
favorite drive-in, it's fun to be with friends.
Coke Please-A stop at one of the favorite drive
in spots means fun for Kathy Becker.
Surprises Inside !-Spanish and
Latin students enjoy the annual
' breaking of the Christmas pinata.
Hot Dog!-Dave Wiggam and
Marsha Blankenship enjoy them-
selves at a Weinie roast.
Senior Shindig-A senior re-
cord dance was one of the high-
lights of the school year.
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getting the mostfrom our classes
They Tell a Lot !-Joe Dunnigan, freshman, finds
that report cards reveal much.
It's a Small World-Sandra Adams, Melvin Slink-
er, Ralph Bowers, and Tessa Trusty study the globe
in a world history class.
Brains at Work-James Coffman, Carolyn Dayes,
Ronnie Mann, Sandra Ayres, and Larry Hunt exper-
iment in a chemistry class.
011 the Spot!-Tina Parker, junior, recites in an
and preparing for college . . .
Of course, the main reason for school is
classes even though emphasis is sometimes
placed or misplaced on other aspects. It is the
classes that make the school first or second
Washington tries to keep its standards
high, but this would be impossible Without
the help of everyone. The students and faculty
Work harmoniously to keep Washington in the
first rate category.
Teachers give students advice in preparing
for college or Whatever occupation they may
choose to enter after graduation. The students
in turn serve the school by ushering, running
errands, and working in the clinic and book-
Which one?-Janet Stevens and Judy Kernohan
discuss college plans with Mrs. Ester R. Dengler,
- representative from Evanston Hospital.
102 ??--Diane Coghill, one of the several girls Mystery Man!-Mrs. Baldwin explains that
who help Mrs. Brownewell, our nurse, may be the school attendance is important to grades and future
reason for Ronnie Emery's high temperature. employment opportunities.
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. . . sporting flashy new Zuma' uniforms
Loyalty and Tension-The colors are presented, earn an early Victory. Tension shows on the faces
the crowd sings the National Anthem. The b oys of coaches, Dave Hine and Jerry Oliver.
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Clear the field-
The cheer leaders
lead the team out
for another grid-
. . . building school spirit
Who can define school spirit? If a student
body has it, all know itg if not, they know that
too. Ask Continentals if there is school spirit
at Washington High School. They will answer
"Sure, this is our school!"
What makes up school spirit? Our band
marching down a football field, our scholars
striving to bring honors to our school, our
athletes uniting the school in victoryhthis
is school spirit.
We have seen the evidence of school spir-
it all around us. "We're from Washington and
no one could be prouderf'
.Something New-Yauncey Alkire proudly
wears one of the new band uniforms.
Band Boys-Members of the Continental
Dance Band are left to right: J. Maners, D.
Hood, F. Dininger, J. Allen, R. Vincent, J.
Hedges, E. Henderson, D. Williamson, and R.
Continental Bandstand-A typical Johnnie
and Connie couple enjoy the music of the
Dance Band at a school hop.
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washington on the go..
Burning the midnight oil to pass exams,
trying to finish last night's homework during
roll call, and striving to make the honor roll
sets the pace of our academic life.
We take pages of notes in class and find
We can translate only half of those notes when
final exam time comes. We give up coke dates
on school nights to spend the evening at the
library searching for material on space or a
phase of English literature.
Using hundreds of pencils and reams of
paper, We strive for a diploma and prepare
for the future.
i'Look Out"-"Look out" is the
usual comment as students go
through the crowded halls to and
from classes. -
Distinguished Grammarians-Members of the
English faculty are row 1: Lloyd B. Mann, Mrs.
Elaine Miliotes, Mrs. Florence Smith, Mrs. Evelyn
Paul, Miss Jean Wood, headg Miss Mary McBride,
Mrs. Margaret McWilliams, and Joesph Dutton, row
2: Clemmont Vontress, Mrs. Laura Lyons, Miss
Leunice Horne, Mrs. Barbara Jean Hine, Miss Eu-
nice Seybold, Mrs. Betty Werthman, Miss Marjorie
Reinhart, and Leo Rosasco. These 17 teachers form
the largest single faculty group.
. . . tackling speech, classes, and themes
Head of the Class-Beverly Sichting diagrams
a sentence for her English V class.
To many pupils English is more than
doing daily drills. Winning the poetry contest
or Writing the best essay is the goal of many
After six semesters of required English,
We may elect advanced English. Great Works
of present and past English Writers are read
and studied in advance classes. Another sen-
ior course is advanced composition-especially
important to college bound seniors.
Juniors may vary their English electives
with speech and journalism.
After six semesters We know that plural
subjects deserve plural verbs, the four types
of sentences necessary for good compositions,
and the masters of the English language.
Young people realize that learning and
understanding o u r language is important.
Learning by reading the great masters pieces
is beneficial and enjoyable.
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math students are busy
Working on their daily
. . . solving intricate mathemaiic problems
Although every student is required to
take one year of general math or algebra,
some students take advantage of the ad-
vance courses offered by the math department.
These students may be majoring in math to
prepare for college or to prepare for future
2 x 2 I 4--Jack Reynolds, Bill Bennett, Gary
Hesser, and John Arvin, seniors, find using the slide
rule in college algebra makes math easier. These boys
are majoring in mathematics in order to prepare
themselves for college.
Scholarships are often given on the basis
of the amount of math takeng therefore, it is
important to include math in every program.
There are increasing numbers of students
interested in geometry, algebra, and trigonom-
9EI9Mc2-The faculty members of the math
department are row 1: Miss Lillian Neimann, Mrs.
Viola Ramsey, Miss Vivian Ely, head, Mrs. Grace
Barker, and Mrs. Marie Shaiferg row 2: Bill Spring-
er, O. W. Nicely, Rowland Jones, and Robert Badgley.
United VVe Stand-Members of the history faculty ar: Row 1:
Mrs. Corlie Walker, Donald Fasig, and Mrs. Anne Burge, department
head. Row 2: Amos Slaton, Pershing Meyers, Carl Zenor, and Richard
Hedges. Those not pictured are Russell McConnell and Audie Watkins.
In our history and social stud-
ies classes We are taught the past,
in order to understand current
events more fully. Seniors learn
how far the government should
interfere with business, and by
what methods We, the future busi-
ness men and Women, can seek
to improve its conditions. We
learn to grow and think, readying
ourselves for life in the great
. . . digging into history-then and now F
Ticker Tape Tycoons-Ralph Wilham, Marilyn downs of the market. All students in the Economic
Parker, and Emma Yates, students in a problems Problems classes kept charts such as these and bought
class, are shown here checking the recent ups and and sold imaginary stocks on an unpredictable market.
When in Rome-Joelynn Adams, Ray Fuller, and Time Flies-This calendar in the Spanish room
Wayne Slater study a Latin story intently as they try has the days and months printed in Spanish.
to translate it into good English sentences. They are in Changing the date are Sherain Poindexter and
an advance Virgil Class. Darleeh Weif-
. . . striving to master foreign tongues
Conjugating Experts-Language teachers are Mrs.
Mildred Corie, Mrs. Hester Bock, and Mrs. Fimie Richie.
Washington s t u d e n t s
realize how important for-
eign languages are. There-
fore they not only attend
classes in other tongues
but join together to forrn
our Spanish and L a t i n
c l u b s . Learning another
language is helpful in
knowing that tongue and
also in knowing our own
E n gl i s h language, since
many of our words are de-
derivatives of foreign
Boom!!-Steve Marsh, a student of chemistry, Searchin??-Nancy Cummings seeks additional infor-
performs a glowing experiment. He is testing mation from her biology teacher, Miss Mabel Loehr. Pupils
the reaction of certain metals in gases. in biology learn about bacteria and other phases of nature.
Possessing one of the largest and most out-
standing science libraries in Indiana, Wash-
ington is able to give students additional help
in the field of science, beyond that obtained
from a text book. By adding another year of
required science Work for graduation, the
school is encouraging and guiding students
toward taking advantage of the opportunities
to study advanced science courses in our Well
equiped laboratories. Our modern facilities and
able teachers promote and inspire tomorroW's
. . . exploring fascinating science jields
of the science department are
Row 1: Mrs. Elizabeth Crid-
er, James Otto, head, Miss
Mabel Loehr. Row: 2 J. C.
Nelson, Franklin Burnett,
Frank Tardy, Donald Kram-
er, Allan Stacy. Not pictured
is Mrs. Mildred Ross.
The art department offers varied and
interesting courses designed to suit the taste
of every student.
This year was a gold key year for the
students in the art department. Fifteen o f
the students were awarded gold keys in com-
petition Which included students throughout
the central part of the state.
The upper halls are always decorated with
the Work of the art department.
Very Modern Art-Jimmy Myers, Regina Lums-
don, and Kenny Wright Work on avery complex piece
of modern art.
. . . employing our own
Hold It-Mamie Holder puts some finishing
touches on a portrait of Sharon'King. Posing for
these pictures means fun.
Thumbs Up-Miss Evelyn McConnell, Mr.
Carl Jensen, and Mr. E. J. Manetta are the
art department teachers.
Clean Up Crew-Tommy Sesslar,
Judy Halloran, Sheila Siepman, and
Beverly Sichting clean up their utensils
after a lesson in foods class. Tommy
is one of the many boys enrolled in
. . . perfecting culinmgf and serving arts I
Home economic courses pre-
pare the girls and boys of Wash-
ington for their future jobs as
homemakers. Even the boys real-
ize the importance of knowing
how to boil water. Related cours-
es inform students about prob-
lems and responsibilities t h a t
they will face as adults and par-
Dish It Out-Home Economics teachers are Mrs.
Joan Law, Miss Gertrude Lindley, Miss Orrell Negus,
Mrs. Thelma Brownewell, Mrs. Dorothy Luther, Miss
Margaret Simonds, Miss Rose King, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Mechanical Minded-Members of the industrial
arts faculty are Row 1: Ursa Walker, head, Walter
Mendel, Charles Fusco, Michael Barrett, and Ben Sand-
Many students take industrial arts cours-
es to prepare themselves for Work after grad-
uation. Some students like to Work with their
hands and make things, for others, it's a
hobby. Still more students feel it is a Welcome
change after studying books.
ersg Row 2: John Seeburger, Roger Weaver, Stewart
Joyce, Victor Graves, Ross Cox, Leon Hunt, and Paul
The courses offered in our outstanding
industrial arts department are auto shop, car-
pentry, cylinder press, drafting, electric shop,
linotype, machine shop, mechanical drawing,
and Wood shop. Many boys continue their
training after graduation.
. . . learning to execute practical crafts
Cunning Carpenters-Coffee tables are the Drilling for Oil-Precision is what counts to J. Cannon, D.
projects of A. Abshier, B. I-Ioman, and B. Dodd, and M. Colman as they Work industriously in machine
Stinnett in carpentry class. shop class.
Continental Voices-Members of the Colonial
Chorus are row 1: C. Lee, M. Henning, C. Copsy, E.
Laird, J. Bright, S. Gilbert, J. Mount, N. Hildenbrand,
F.. Reynolds, L. Williams, C. Harris, G. Clarkson, H.
Suddeth, A. Foster, row 2: S. May, E. Yates, S. Brown,
J. Garrett, J. Robinson, D. Lang, D. Luzar, B. Rhodes,
S. Flora, N. Hancock, S. Kern, K. Becker, M. Cook,
A. Worrell, C. Payton, row 3: F. Opp, B. Coble, G.
Hesser, R. Haase, R. Myers, R. Short, R. Privett, D.
Bowman, L. Griffith, R. Schmidt, L. Warren, E. Creech,
D. McAtee, J. Mayo, row 4: R. McPherson, S. Marsh,
M. Tracy, J. Orange, D. Wilson, D. Gammon, J. Hale,
B. Barr, G. Denton, J. Thompson, R. Hoschouer.
. . . blending our musical talents for harmony
Music At Its Best-Members of the Concert Orch-
estra directed by Samuel W. Siurua, are, D. Phillips,
L. Price, M. Cupp, P. Waltz, A. Morris, P. Hussung,
D. Osting, S. Obergfell, D. Graves, J. Mount, A.
Dreher, M. Fishburn, M. Frye, I. Roseberry, S. Phil-
lips, S. Durham, F. Fowler, S. Rigsby, R. Robbins,
D. Williamson, S. James, D. Sorrells, A. Hicks, J.
Flint, J. Whitis.
Marching Continentals-Members of the band in-
clude row 1: B. Smotherman, B. Jackson, P. Neill, C
Blackwell, K. Bowman, C. Lee, J. Burton, T. Radclife
E. Funk, D. Oliver, S. Vaseloffg row 2: D. Donovan,
G. Phillips, R. Hoschouer, T. James, E. Henderson,
A. Stone, Y. Alkire, B. Williamson, T. Owens, row 3
Mr. Funk, L. McPhail, M. Spurgeon, S. Leak, B
Sloan, A. Foster, J. Sturgis, P. Capps, R. Holcomb,
Music plays an important part
in the lives of Washington stu-
dents. A variety of vocal and in-
stumental classes are offered to
those interested in music.
Washington's top preforming
groups are the Concert Band,
Orchestra, Colonial Chorus, and
Continentalaires. Each year the
Concert B an d and Orchestra
presents a concert. The Colonial
Chorus and the Continentalaires
perform at convocations, grade
schools, and at special programs.
Music, Music, Music-
Music faculty members are
Charles Hamilton, Mrs. Edna
Long, Ray Funk, Miss Ruth
Amos, and Samuel Siurua.
Music Highlights-M em-
bers of the Girl's Ensemble
are M. Parker, D. Oldham,
D. Kirby, V. Gibbons, B. Wig-
gam, M. Thompson, S. Gil-
bert, P. Reagan, L. Williams,
and J. Pedigo.
F. Caldwell, J. Stott, W. Sterrettg row 4: J. Allen, G.
Green, S. Durham, L. Cook, K. Drake, K. Baldwin, R.
Johnson, H. VanWinkle, M. Swango, E. Samper, P.
Lambert, A. Doll, row 5: E. Hodge, J. Manners, F.
Dininger, O. Livingston, J. White, D. Jackson, M.
Green, E. White, E. Cox, S. Kelly, D. Hood, row 6:
A. Kern, J. Hedges, L. Bridge, C. Weaver, R. Vincent,F.
Davis, L. Harding, J. Adams, A. Roberts, T. Anderson
Dizzy Fingers-In the business classes at Wash-
ington High many students are preparing for their
life after graduation. in machine calculation classes
the girls learn to operate the business machines and
to apply themselves in offices Where they Will Work.
Molding Tomorr0w's Businessmen-Mrs. Gladys
Freundt, Miss Susanne Keck, Miss Mary Laatz, Mrs.
Samuella Sands, William Mahan, Robert Kress, and
Paul Carmichael, head, are the teachers who are mem-
bers of our business faculty.
working toward careers in business
Busy Minds-Sandra Sutton and Brenda Creek
are preparing for jobs after graduation. In their
junior business class they learn to understand the
financial side of business. They learn the details later
on in Bookkeeping.
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The superior business education depart-
ment at Washington High School prepares
both boys and girls for jobs in the business
World. Many times students are offered jobs
in West side business oiiices even before they
have graduated. Courses in machine calcula-
tion, bookkeeping, typing, 'and stenography
give the girls excellent training for such jobs
as secretaries, Hle clerks, bookkeepers, and
clerk typists. Typing is invaluable to students
who are planning to go to college. Salesman-
ship, business law, advanced business, ofiice
practice, and junior business round out the
You're H e a v y!-
Kay Ritchie, gym as-
sistant, helps Barbara
Vandergriff as she
acts as a base for
Licho is pointing out
in health c l a s s the
internal parts of the
. . . doing calisthenics and useful skills
Look Before You Leap-Joe Olmstead and Anita
Axe are giving first aid to Jerry Phillips.
Learning calisthenics, gymnastics, and
anatomy is not as bad as it sounds, for these
are the every day studies of gym, health, and
safety students. In safety, We learn to give
first aid and the fundamentals of operating
a car. Health classes give us a better under-
standing of the human body, and in gym we
learn to keep in good condition by exercising.
Gym also gives us a chance to discover our
abilities in sports.
Pep and Energy-Members of the Physical Educa-
tion Department include Mrs. Rosemary Lennox, Mrs.
Janet Cabel, Miss Rosemary Whitehead, Mrs. Elizabeth
Hatfield, row 2: Dave Hine, Frank Luzar, John Wil-
liams, Henry Bogue, and Joe Tofil. Not pictured are
Jerry Oliver and C. J. Julian.
Sure Shots-Members of the rifle team practic-
ing on the range are Douglas Ford, Larry Bull-
ington, Larry Worman, Charles Drury, Jerry Hugh-
ett, Paul Short, and Larry Brooks.
. . training to safeguard our freedom
Our R. O. T. C. cadets boast that they
have the corps commander of all the city high
school units, Lt. Col. John Alexander, and
the best sharpshooter in the Fifth Army Dis-
trict, Major Paul Short.
One of the loveliest dances, the Military
Ball, is sponsored annually by the Reserve
Officers Training Corps. This year's event was
noted for its lavish decorations of silver and
Our soldiers-to-be learn courtesy, neat-
ness, and respect for authority as well as mil-
itary tactics and organization. Those cadets
who are interested may participate on the rifie
team, drill team, or color guard.
The cadets prepare each spring for the
formal Federal Inspection which is witnessed
by the student body.
Belles of the Ball-Mr. Walter crowns Georgia
Clarkson, queen of the Military Ball. The members
of her court were Lorelei Williams and Sandra
Big Decisions-Directors of our R. O. T. C. units
are S. F. C. William T. Farmer and MfSgt. Dan C.
Inspection Experts-Elected by the cadets as
sponsors are Lt. Col. Georgia Clarkson, Capt. Diane
Luzar, Capt. Sandra Brown, and Capt. Lorelei Will-
R.O.T.C. are row 1: Mai Paul Short, lst Lt. Charles Jarnes Brunt, 2nd Lt. Kenneth McCreary, Lt.
Drury, 2nd Lt. Robert Vaughn, 2nd Lt. Tom Purvis, John Alexander, 2nd Lt. Larry Brooks, and lst Lt.
2nd Lt. Joe Olrnstead, 2nd Lt. Larry Rosselot. Row 2: Frank Opp.
Busy Beavers-Working on this year's Post are Arnot, J. Gaddis, S. McLaughlin, N. Hildenbrand, L.
Row 1: S. Smith, A. Harrison, S. Elmore, S. Keith- Lee, B. Bennett, Eleven joined the staff in January
ley, D. Strange, J. Smith, L. Combs, D. Cook, J. bringing the total to 25.
. . . capturing the yeclfs events in print
Honorary Journalists-Members of Quill Kz Scroll Top Brass-Looking at the dummy for the '58
are Row 1: N. Curtis, J. Carter, G. Edwards, N. Hil- Post are the business manager, Sandra Elmoreg and
denbrand, K. Pence, J. Smith, Row 2: L. Combs, J. co-editors, Kay Pence and Judy Kay Smith. Work-
Smith, R. Ruble, G, Hudson, S. Smith, R. William. ing together, they lead the yearbook staif.
News Writers-Busy planning The Surveyor are
M. Moneymaker, B. Barr, G. Hudson, S. Flint, E.
White, J. Gaddis, S. Nesbit, J. Cherry, R. Wilham, P
Regan, R. Ruble, S. Keithley, G. Edwards, N. Curtis
. . . meeting deadlines 'ml
Willingness to Work, ambition, and a
talent for creating, make up the qualities of
a good publication staff.
The opportunities vary for people who
work on The Surveyor and Post staffs from
art and photography to writing and editing
This year for the first time the Post
contains advertising. To make the advertising
section more interesting, student pictures
Each student on the Post staff has a cer-
tain j ob to do.
The Surveyor brings you the latest news
on sports, pupils, teachers, and fads.
The editor of The Surveyor can verify
that it is a hard job to manage a paper, but it
has its rewards.
By working on the Post or The Surveyor
a journalist can obtain membership in the
Quill and Scroll, the National Honor Society
for high school journalist.
Big Wheels-Jill Carter fcenterj, editor-in-chief
of The Surveyor, confers with Rita Ruble fleftj, as-
sistant editor and Nancy Curtis, business manager.
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Travelers I-Delegates Who represented Washing- Janet Smith, and JoAnn Cherryg Row 2: Judy Smith,
ton at I. U. and Franklin are row 1: Jill Carter, Kay Pence, Nancy Curtis, Rita Ruble, Sharon Keithley,
Sharon Nesbit, Grace Edwards, Nancy Hildenbrand, Sharon Smith, and Glenda Hudson.
. . . circulating continental news all over
On Your Mark Get Set-The News-Bureau staff Smith, Kay Pence, Jill Carter, Grace Edwards, and
which writes for the local newspapers are Judy Kay Rita Ruble.
Set'em Up-Steve Myers hands Raymond Sorrell
copy from the journalism staff to be cast into lines
Lock'em In-David Street puts in the last of the
type before another page will be locked in place in
. . . going to press with timely scoops
This is truly a yearbook for you by you.
Not only have the students of George Wash-
ington High School gathered the memories
contained in this book, but also they have
edited and refined the stories told here and
snapped some of the pictures to bring these
When the copy is sent to the printer, it is
sent to your classmates, perhaps you yourself,
for the print shop is just down the stairs.
Boys who are training for a Vocation set all
the type, proof their work for errors, put the
pages together, and run those pages off, help-
ing to create these lasting memories for you.
You now hold in your hands a collection
of memories, created by you, captured for you
by your '58 Post staff of Writers and printers.
Roll'em Off-Don Bess looks as Bill Green "runs
off" the yearbook on the cylinder press in room 79.
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washington on the go. . .
Enjoying our friendship with our teach-
ers and fellow students, taking field trips, and
devoting time from our crowded schedules to
attend clubs makes our extracurricular act-
ivities an important part of our busy lives.
If our interest goes deeper than the text-
books, We become members of the many school
sponsored clubs. We travel throughout Ind-
iana participating in speech tournaments and
viewing historical sights.
We spend hours in jeans decorating for
dancesg and later in our very best attire, We
dance under crepe paper skies.
Yes, as Washington students We are on
the go, broadening our knowledge and inter-
est through extracurricular activities.
Dancing Dolls-Students look
forward to participating in The
Honor Students-Members of the Honor Society and Nancy Chapman, row 2: Lillian Niemann, spon-
are row 1: Janet Smith, Kay Pence, Jill Carter,
sor, Priscilla Thomas, Rita Ruble, Bruce Barr, John
Nancy Stillwell, Judy Kay Smith, Georgia Clarkson, Alexander, Sandy Brown, and Kathy Becker.
. . . winning top scholastieal achievements
Top Notch Teens--Delegate for Boys' State was
John Alexander. John was Washington's represent-
ative to the United Nations. Georgia Clarkson went
to Girls' State. Jill Carter went to Girls' State and
she also won the D. A. R. Award. Sandra Brown was
alternate to United Nations.
Of the many different organizations, two
stand out as the most honored by Washington
students and teachers. The students elected
to the Honor Society and Student Council are
those who have become eligible through their
scholastic accomplishments and contributions
to school activities and functions.
Student C o u n c il representatives from
each roll room sponsor dances, clean-up cam-
paigns, and pom pon sales. Profits made from
these events are used to buy gifts for the
school. Honor Society and Student Council
members work hard to make other pupils see
the necessity of good grades, school spirit,
and good citizenship.
Student Council-Members of the Student Coun-
cil are row 1: A. Foster, H. Suddeth, P. Hoyt, S.
Millspaugh, D. Armour, J. Smith, M. Blankenship, L.
Worrell, S. Leak, J. Mount, L. Martin, J. Cummings,
J. Cooper, M. Thompson, K. Ritchie, S. Prichard, row
2: B. Keller, V. England, N. Kira, A. Brumley, J.
Pedigo, B. Grimes, E. Clark, E. Reynolds, T. Walters,
B. Sichting, S. Stephens, N. Stone, B. Jackson, K.
Bowman, S. Keithley, E. Funk, J. McClain, M. Har-
rington, Miss Horne, sponsor, row 3: S. Kitterman
J. Arvin, J. Alexander, L. Combs, L. Glaze, L. Me-
genhardt, L. Griffith, K. Doll, S. Coffman, M. Bartlett
J. Saylor, H. White, L. Hefner, S. Brown, D. Luzar
J. Potts, E. Yates, L. Williams, L. Swarts, D. Oliver
G. Clarkson. The Student Council has one representa-
tive from each roll room.
. . . governing ourselves democratically
Intra-City Council-Members of the Intra-City
Student Council Officers-Officers of the Stu-
Council are Larry Combs, Sandra Brown, Steve Kit- dent Council are President, John Alexander, Vice-
terman, and John Alexander. These students meet President, Helen Suddethg Secretary, Georgia Clark-
With representatives from the student councils of song Treasurer, Dick Sesslarg and Sgt.-at-Arms, Leon
other high schools. Grifhth.
Hail Caesar!-Latin Club members are row 1
A. Morris, B. Kemp, V. Miller, D. Kany, T. Felice
B. Carroll, R. Norris, J. Tackwell, M. Mayfield, Di
Norris, J. Clester, D. Heald, C. Smock, L. Ewoldt
M. Herron, D. Dayes, J. Pyatt, R. Cordova, L. Martin,
M. Winchester, D. Cribelar, A. Roberts, C. Eads, S
Durham, B. Miller, W. Brame, and J. Quinn: row 2:
J. Slater, S. Heritier, R. Mahaffey, B. Grimes, J. Greg-
ory, M. Blankenship, L. Bainaka, K. Becker, M. White-
moss, L. Worrell, D. Smith, R. Fuller, N. Johnson, D
Osting, P. Mahan, D. Lindsay, M. Pemberton, M
Smotherman, D. Smith, P. Dowden, P. Merritt, L
Spurgeon, K. Collins, B. Keller, K. Turner, E. Sam-
per, B. Becker, and D. Smithg row 3: D. Horner, Mrs.
Bock, J. Hamm, B. Brown, B. Smith, L. McPhail, M.
Cox, J. Basey, J. Mitchell, V. Gano, S. Coffman, P.
Turner, S. Fleser, B. Kirby, J. Link, S. Edwards, S.
Brown, P. Capps, N. Watson, M. Martin, S. Baugh,
P. Wallace, P. Bryant, S. Brown, S. Thomas, D. Mil-
ler, J. Kernohan, Mrs. Cory, and L. Carmichael: row
4: W. Bucklew, E. Hale, H. White, J. Collins, R.
Lynch, D. Hood, T. Crosley, E. Suddith, T. Artis, S.
Kelly, J. Loviscek, R. Leeper, P. Allen, D. Shepherd,
D. Hazelwood, J. Willoughby, D. Jackson, B. Cook, R.
Adkins, M. Green, D. Lawson, J. Stevens, N. Smith, B.
Smotherman, J. Hedges, and T. Willoughby.
. . . being curious about ancient tinzes
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Meditators-Members of the Bible Club are row
1: N. Frye, V. Dooley, M. Thompson, C. Bowman, S.
Maddox, M. Cupp, V. Miller, and M. Jones, row 2:
M. Kelly, B. Kelly, M. Spurgeon, P. Butler, M. Ham-
monds, M. Cupp, N. Selch, and Mrs. McWilliams,
After a long day of classes, many stu-
dents relax in clubs of their own special inter-
ests. For students interested in Latin, science,
history, and the Bible these four clubs are
suited to their tastes.
The overflowing Latin Club sponsors a
Roman banquet each spring. During this fes-
tive occasion, the members try to unfold the
days of the old Roman Empire.
The J unto Club, sponsored by the social
studies department, Visits many of Indiana's
historical sights. The aim is to win the special
award that is offered to one history club each
year for doing the most toward the better-
ment of their community.
The Science Club is of interest to many
scientifically-minded students. The members
are urged to enter into contests that are spon-
sored by Westinghouse and other such organ-
Taking time out from school routines to
meditate upon the Bible is a source of pleasure
and relaxation to the members of the Bible
Club. This club helps in maintaining high
standards in our school.
Scientists of Tomorrow-Members of the Science
Club are row 1: J. Young, P. Wantland, D. Barry, E.
Reynolds, N. Kira, L. McPhail, C. Howard, L. Worrell,
K. Collins, and P. Coleman, row 2: Mrs. Elizabeth
Crider, L. McPhail, B. Kirby, D. Jones, R. Wade, E.
Kaufman, J. Leeper, L. Worman, R. Aue, D. Hood,
P. Legg, and E. Hughues.
. . . taking time for test tubes and statues
Historians All-Members of the Junto Club are J. Gregory, K. Becker, L. McPhail, L. Swarts, D.
row 1: M. Sanders, C. Theobald, S. Vaseloff, B. Cor-
dova, G. Clarkson, J. Smith, and B. Kemp, row 2:
K. Reagon, B. Ewing, S. Jent, N. Roberts, M. Berry,
J. Lester, J. Carter, and K. Jinesg row 3: B. Grimes,
Lindsey, K. Ruble, S. Gilbert, B. Becker, and T. Bow-
man, row 4: Mr. Carl Zenor, T. Walters, B. Brown,
D. Oliver, L. Hefner, B. Thomas, B. Butler, B. Bar-
rett, N. Hancock, S. Brown, and P. Reagan.
How Now Brown Cow!-Members of the Dra-
matics Club are row 1: Mrs. Evelyn Paul, sponsor, C.
Wiggington, S. Siepman, J. Tackwell, M. Blankenship,
D. Phillips, D. Dayes, R. Cordova, D. Kaney, and N.
Ward, row 2: R. Eyster, P. Utley, C. Dayes, K. Pence,
C. Euliss, J. Johnson, E. Yates, K. Faulkner, P.
Thomas, D. Heald, J. Link, B. Sichting, and J. Price,
row 3: N. Kira, S. McLaughlin, J. Borger, R. Gates,
D. Bess, H. Van Winkle, H. Faulkner, R. Mann, D.
McAtee, E. Grimes, S. Poindexter, and D. Gaulden.
U. N. Wizard-J im Thompson won a trip to New
York and to the United Nations by writing and deliv-
ering a speech on the U. N. for a contest sponsored
by the Odd Fellows Lodge.
Steps Leading To Success-Members of the Na-
tional Thespians, honorary dramatic society, include
K. Pence, H. Faulkner, D. Heald, R. Thomas, J. Bor-
ger, R. Gates, and R. Eyster.
Argumentators-Debate Club members are row 1:
M. Stricker, A. Benishoff, P. Coleman, J. Smith, J.
Dunnigan, S. Durham, and P. Orebaughg row 2: P.
Thomas, N. Chapman, S. Flint, A. Baird, C. Howard,
S. Elmore, K. Becker, B. Grimes, M. Baird, and G.
Edwards, row 3: Mr. Fasig, sponsor, W. Reid, S.
Ayers, H. White, E. Leet, B. Thomas, L. Hefner, D.
Luzar, E. Mason, and B. McEwan, row 4: T. Wat-
son, L. Combs, J. Alexander, F. Heinzman, B. Nich-
olson, J. Thompson, C. Drury, R. Thomas, and R.
. . . dmmcztizing our mlenls far and near
Our varsity debaters can say With pride
that they have been city and county champs
for two consecutive years. Under the direc-
tion of Donald Fasig, the club visits many
schools during the year participating in
Debate and Dramatic Club members take
part in extemp, original oratory, declama-
tions, and debate contests. Hard Work and
many after school hours account for the skill
achieved by the students in the events.
For pupils with dramatic ability or for
those who just enjoy acting, the Dramatic
Club is sponsored by Mrs. Evelyn Paul. Plays
are presented for the entertainment of the
Academy Award Potentials-Becky C o r d o v a
serves Darlene Heald and Ronnie Mann in the Dra-
matic Club's Christmas play entitled, "Christmas is a
Sandy Ayers, and Priscilla Thomas, varsity debaters
gather information to support their statements.
Racket." Mrs. Evelyn Paul, sponsor, helped the stu-
dents to produce the play, which was based on the
commercialization of that sacred holiday.
Over the Horizon-Members of the Horizon Club
are H. Ewing, B. Smith, T. Walters, T. Weiser, J.
Herring, L. Cox, and M. Stricker.
Big Sisters-Leaders in the Washingtonians a r e
Sue Prichard, president, Judith Halloran, vice-presi-
dentg JoAnn Cherry, searetaryg and Sandy Elmore,
treasurer. The Washingtonians are responsible fo r
the semiannual Big Sister party.
. , . serving our school and community
Serving You-Officers of the Junior Red Cross are
Mary Winchester, Margaret Herron, Karen Doll, Sandy
Fleser, Darlene Heald and Nancy Ward. Four of these
girls are representatives to the Indianapolis Red Cross
Prospective Teachers-Row 1: Jill Carter, Sher-
ry Leak, Cynthia Howard, Jeannine Southwizk, Mar-
jorie Powell, and Justine Voilsg row 2: Mrs. Flor-
ence Smith, Patricia Reagan, Tony Weiser, Mary
Andrews, Suzanne Obergfell, and Peggy Cavet.
. . . capering in continental style
Out of this World-A main attraction of the Ca-
pers this year featured Justin Marshall, David
Hine, Mrs. Elizabeth Hatfield, and Jerry Oliver, in a
faculty skit, "The Perils of Satellite Sue".
This spring on an April evening, every
loyal Continental left this planet and soared
into outer space for the time of his life. The
annual Continental Capers, keeping up W i t h
the space age, carried out the theme, "Out
of This World".
Washington added two of its students to
the list of inter-planet celebrities as a Space
King and Queen were elected.
The Caper's Vaudeville was the best show
yet, rocking the whole school to the beat of
"Tequila", "Book of Love", and other rock and
An added attraction this year was the
group of side shows sponsored by the clubs
and by members of the faculty.
The help of the parents and other mem-
bers of the community, which always make
our school functions a success, proved once
again that school -spirit isn't limited to stu-
The Continental Capers this year was an
"Out of this world" success!
Fishin'-Barbara Champ receives her prize while
Judy C 0 l l um and S an d y Handak still try to win
theirs. This game was one of many in the Capers
Making ends Meet-C. J. Julian confers with
Ebert White, Calvin Wantland, Mrs. Stanley Arvin,
and Mrs. Thurman Radcliie. These parents helped
to make school functions a success.
Royalty at Home-Our Homecoming Queen sits with her Crowning Moment-Our Homecoming
court. They are Joyce Mount, Kay Ritchie, Sue Prichard, queeng Queen, Sue Prichard is being crowned at
Helen Suddeth, and Shirley Vaseloff.
our Homecoming game.
electing popular guys and gals
Gridiron Crown-Dave Sanders is placing a foot-
ball helmet on our Jamboree queen, Diane Luzar.
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Electing kings and queens, Continentals
eagerly anticipate r o yal campaigns where
friends and sometimes they themselves win
prized positions as kings and queens. The Jam-
boree queen reigns at our gridmen's first
showing in the City Jamboree. The Homecom-
ing queen is crowned before hundreds of stu-
dents and alumni on our football field the night
of the annual football Homecoming Game.
In annual tradition a boy and a girl are
elected as Johnnie and Connie Continental as
part of the Post subscription drive. The spring
season brings the election of a queen and a
court to reign at our track meets. The popu-
larity contest in which both a popular boy and
girl are elected is a feature of the Continen-
tal Capers. The election of a May Queen and
court to reign at the Strawberry Festival cli-
maxes another school year.
Each year the students crown
the kings and queens of their
own choice by popular vote. The
big moment comes after much
tension and anxiety on the part
of the students and the candi-
The big moment is climaxed
with squeals of happiness and
screams of excitement. These are
the captured memories that
linger long after the experience
is in the past.
And The Royalty Reignied-Joyce Bright reigned as May Queen
and her court. consisted of Kathy Becker, Helen Suddeth Jo Ann
Cherry, Jill Carter, Susan Wampler, and Sandra Brown
. . . reigning at school events
And T h e Typical Contin-
entals-Dave Sanders and Ven-
nettia Eddy topped the popular-
ity polls for Johnnie and Connie
And The Pops Topped-
Fred Hunt an d Susan
Wampler were crowned
Popularity King and
Queen at the Continental
And The Queen Was
Crowned-Bill B e n n e t t
crowns the Track Queen,
Joyce Bright, while Kay
Ritchie, L i n d a Martin,
Joyce Mount, and Becky
Grand Finale-The grand finale indicates th e of act II heave a sigh of relief as the director signals
end of another Vaudeville act. All of the cast members for them to go on the stage for a rousing climax.
. . . hamming it up in our junior production
Friendship-Elaine Funk, Marilyn Gettin' Ready-Actors await their turn-no stage
Harrington, and Sandra Fleser croon fright here as entertainers prepare to face the flood-
a song of friendship. lights.
Junior Class members, who are Well on
their Way to becoming upperclassmen, planned
and sponsored the Junior Vaudeville and the
The vaudeville included a comedy skit, a
musical interpretation o f teen-agers, an d a
hillbilly scene full of laughter and music. The
co-operation of the entire school was neces-
sary in making the show a success.
Prom theme, "My Blue Heaven", created
the atmosphere f o r t h e dancing juniors a s
they twirled t h e floor to t h e music of Nick
This year's class sponsors were Mr. Guy
Mahan, Mr. Robert Badgely, and Mrs. Joan
. . . living it up
Junior Royalty-Candidates for king and queen 105, and Kay Ritchie row 2 Steve Kitterman, Don
of the Junior Rose Prom are row 1: Marilyn Har- Bess, Fred Belser Gary Headley and Nick Tsakrios
rington, Joyce Mount, Janice Burton, Shirley Vase- The prom this year was on April Z6
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Spending hours perfecting our athletic
skill, screaming at the top of our lungs when
we win, and sometimes bursting into tears
after defeat, we look forward to a switch in
sports with the change of seasons.
Our football players start in August pre-
paring for the gridirong and before the last
"make that point" is heard, the hardwood
feels the bounce of the basketball.
Wrestlers struggle hard to lose or gain
an extra pound. Track and cross country
teams say they run at least a mile a day.
When the weather warms up, the baseball
players warm up. Spring and fall finds the
linkmen on the golf course.
Now Hear This-Halftime i s
pep-up and rest time for the
. . . winning ways have our gridvnen
Mighty Continentals-The varsity and reserve
players as shown are row 1: B. Milatovich, C. Hed-
ges, B. Keller, D. Sanders, B. Green, L. Griffith, J.
Arvin, P. Saunders, W. Brown, B. Jones, F. Opp, H.
Earls, T. Hensley, D. Wilson, D. Abbott, row 2: re-
serve coach, Bill Springer, managers, M. Johnson, S.
Shonk, and D. Steele, J. Dill, D. Henry, H. Stock-
hoH, B. Stinnett, B. Coffey, K. Linville, C. Bindham-
er, J. Stovall, C. Prince, R. Miles, M. Snyder, N.
Washington started its season by down-
ing Broad Ripple in the Jamboree. In the first
regular game of the year, Joe Tofil's gridmen
stopped highly rated Manual.
The mighty Continentals stayed in the
top three on the city standings by defeating
Shortridge. Sacred Heart was the next team
to fall to the victorious Tofilmen. In probably
the best game of the season, the "never-say-
die" Washington team upset Scecina, picked
to be first in the city.
Nearing the halfway mark of the foot-
ball season, Washington rode in first place
position in the city standings until losing to a
strong Broad Ripple team before Homecoming
fans. Following the Ripple defeat, Washing-
ton came back strong against Ben Davis. Tech
was the second and last team to defeat the
Tofilmen. The year ended in a blaze of glory as
Dave Sanders led the Continentals to a Vic-
tory over Howe, cinching himself a position
on the All-City team. I
Purichia, L. Carmichael, row 3: J. Slater, K. Couch
B. Wainscott, B. Smith, L. Glaze, J. Livingston, B
Snowberger, L. Compton, B. Fultz, C. Opp, L. Mc-
Clellan, E. Grimes, R. Opp, L. Harding, asst. coach
Jerry Oliver, row 4: J. Palmer, C. Comer, W. Be-
liles, F. Heinzmann, S. Peterson, D. Brunner, M. Bak-
er, B. Vlasity, G. McKenzie, B. Cook, B. West, J. Stew-
art, L. Short, B. Smith, D. Dodson, L. Megenhardt
C. Meador, R. Fuller, and varsity coach, Joe Tofil.
Washington 7 Broad Ripple 0
12 Manual 0
14 Shortridge 6
31 Sacred Heart 12
7 Scecina 6
7 Broad Ripple 26
53 Ben Davis 14
13 Tech 21
35 Howe 7
13 Manual 6
O Shortridge 12
0 Broad Ripple 0
20 Ben Davis 0
0 Cathedral 7
6 Howe 6
7 Tech 19
Go, Go, Go,-Members of the Cross-Country
team are row 1: P. Hendricks, P. McCoun, T. Frost,
L. Davis, J. Kidwell, R. Long, K. Drake, T. Miller,
F. Strong, T. Caldwell, J. Loviscek, and R. Leeperg
row 2: Coach Amos Slaton, M. Hessel, E. Leet, D.
Harmon, D. Wright, J. Talbert, C. Koon, M. McGinn,
T. Artis, W. Calbert, E. Eads, W. Bennett, D. Miller,
and R. Caldwell.
. . . pounding the cinders for recognition
Throughout the '57 Cross-Country sea-
son, junior Bob Caldwell paced the runners
in their meets. The varsity harriers won two
dual meets and lost three. I n t h e triangular
meets they placed first in one, second in two,
and third in two.
Washington finished ninth i n t h e Howe
invitational and seventh in the city meet. The
team finished eleventh in the Shortridge invi-
tational and ninth in the Sectionals.
Edward Eads, senior, an d Dave Miller,
sophomore, along with Bob Caldwell brought
many awards to our school. Helping the team
members improve throughout the season was
coach Amos Slaton.
And Away We Go-
Ed Eads and Bob Cald-
well are getting in
shape for a coming
Washington's wrestling team, under the
training of John Williams, finished their '57-
'58 season with an impressive 11 and 5 record.
The matmen, in their first six meets, de-
feated Manual, Cathedral, and Deaf School
while losing to Tech, Shortridge, and Broad
Ripple. In the city meet held at Manual, the
Continentals placed fourth.
The grapplers lost only two meets in the
remaining season's matches as they defeated
Bloomington, Brazil, Wood, Howe, Southport,
Decatur Central, Attucks, and West Lafay-
In the Sectional meets the Continentals
grabbed sixth place.
Frank Opp and Bob Milatovich advanced
through the regionals and on to the state
where Frank took the championship in the 154
lb. class. Bob gained third place in the 165 lb.
State Champs-Frank Opp, on the right, became
the state champ in the 154 lb. class, and Bob Milato-
vich, on the left, placed 3rd statewide in the 165 lb
. . . grappling for state wreslling honors
William's Wonders-The mus-
cle men of the wrestling team,
are row 1: R. Opp, F. Opp, C.
Opp, R. White, O. Livingston, B.
McCullough, R. J o h n s o n, G.
Stephanoif, B. Milatovich, J.
Eyster, G. Tyler, and M. Baker,
row 2: J. Quinn, W. Reed, J.
Lawson, B. Wainscott, C. Jenk-
ins, S. Couch, B. Benson, W.
Baird, and J. Stovall, row 3:
Coach, John Williams, B. Thom-
as, J. Fulbright, J. Billhymer, L.
Young, B. Goodwin, D. Cook,
Asst. Coach, Bill Springer, and
Student Mgr., L. Mitchell.
Coach Dave Hine is
shown here with the
five senior members
of the Varsity basket-
ball team. They are
James Brunt, Howard
Earls, Bernie Keller,
Charles Hedges, and
Up In The Air-
Bernie Keller, start-
ing forward for the
a rebound during
The members of the 57-58
varsity basketball team
are row 1: J. Arnot, stu-
dent manager, E. Wil-
liams, C. Prince, D. Sand-
ders, E. Stennis, C. Hedg-
es, and D. Donavong row 2:
Rowland Jones, athletic di-
rector, B. Keller, H. Earls,
J. Brunt, D. Thomas, R.
Gaters, and Coach Dave
Sputnik-Running after the ball is Ed Williams,
varsity basketball player.
Let's Go-Charles Prince is preparing to go in-
to the game While Coach Dave Hine is giving him
some encouraging words.
. . . dribbling and shooting for victories
Up And In-Charles Prince, junior guard, is
shown blocking an attempted shot by an opposing
Giving some of the best teams in the
state real hardwood battles, the Continental
hoopmen thrilled fans with a 59-57 victory
over Tech and lost to highly ranked teams
by close margins. Howard Earls, center, kept
the Continentals in every game with his tip-
ping and rebounding power. Second highest
scorer, Bernie Keller, and Chuck Hedges were
the starting guards. Other seniors who saw
a lot of action were Dave Sanders and James
Brunt. Underclass netmen gave a promising
preview of things to come next year.
Ed Williams, a junior lad and regular
starter, captured the fans' hearts with his
jump shots and aggressive determination. Wil-
liams, highest scorer on the C 0 n t i n e n t a l
team, Will return next year as will two soph-
omores, Roy Gaters and Earlie Stennis. Other
players who will spark next season's team are
Dave Donavon, Charles Prince, Jack Brickler,
Dave Thomas, and Mark Blane.
Get That Tip-"I've got it" is what both Howard
Earls and Earlie Stennis say as they jump for a loose
VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
61 Howe 50
64 Lawrence Central 52
56 Warren Central 53
64 Cathedral 76
44 City Tourney Tech 63
62 Crawfordsville 74
59 Tech 57
64 Wood 60
65 Franklin 55
50 Manual 56
58 Sacred Heart 47
48 Broad Ripple 64
49 Speedway 58
55 Attucks 75
38 Southport 67
55 Ben Davis 56
41 Shortridge 50
71 Decatur Central 73
Washington 54 Manual 61
Hopeful Hoopmen-Reserve basketball members
are row 1: J. Howe, W. Beliles, L. Meganhardt, B.
Elnowberger, J. Livingston, and L. Glaze, row 2:
Coach Jerry Oliver, B. Leeper, P. AleXander, J. Gear-
ries, T. Dawson, D. Miller, and T. Lorton.
It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's a Basket-Welton
Beliles soars past his man to score two more points
for the reserve team. Playing on the reserve team
conditions boys for future action on the varsity
, . . guarding our opponents in order to win
Senior Dribblers-Members of the champion
Intra-Mural team are Don Mason, Gary Hesser, Leon
Griffith, Bill Jones, Roy Crawford, Bill Green, and
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During the basketball season, boys have
a chance to compete in Senior Intramural.
Playing on Thursday nights, junior and sen-
ior boys match their skill against opposing
teams. Six teams that make up the roster are
Bruins, Guns, Stars, Lakers, Ozarks, and Com-
ets. Under the guidance of Mr. Amos Slaton,
three games are played each Thursday night.
Coach Jerry Oliver's hustling reserves
completed an impressive season with a record
of 7 wins and 11 loses. Pacing this year's team
was Welton Beliles, Jim Livingston, and Dave
Miller. These boys will be varsity hopefuls for
Coach Dave Hine next year. Coach Oliver looks
for some more outstanding players from the
freshman team to help fill the gap left by the
boys who will move into varsity positions.
Washington's cindermen had outstanding
moments at the Tech meet. Among the boys
who made them were Frank Opp who ran the
440 in just 53.6 which is j u s t .9 seconds off
our school record. Bill Byrd ran the low h u r-
dle in 22.1, a n d Bernie Keller, Bill Bennett,
Carl Opp, and Frank Opp, our relay team, fin-
ished in 3:40.1.
At the Howe meet other stirring moments
came forth when Bill Green pole vaulted 10,9"
and Washington's r e l a y team ran the mile
relay in 3239.2
Continentals were victorious over Colum-
bus 61-50 and overshadowed Cathedral 66-51.
This was Washington on the go.
Up ,ll Over-Bill Green, senior cinderman, pole
vaulted 10' 9" at the track meet held at Howe.
. . . setting the pace for cz winning team
On Your Mark !-Members of the track team are
row 1: Coach Amos Slaton, R. Gaters, B. Bennett, C.
Opp, B. Caldwell, B. Coop, B. Byrd, E. Eads, F. Opp,
B. Keller, and D. Miller, row 2: J. Maners, B. Mil-
atovich, L. Griffith, N. Purichia, B. Calbert, D. Wil-
son, D. Abbott, D. Herring, L. Phillips, W. McWil-
son, R. Aue, Asst. Coach Johnny Williams, row 3:
D. Lindsey, B. Wainscott, S. Callaway, W. Slaters, J.
Brickler, F. Caldwell, R. Gammon, J. Gray, J. Bill-
hymer, F. Stockwell, D. Harmon, D. Cook, and T.
Artis, row 4: D. Jones, D. Donavan, L. Compton, D.
Wright, S. McPherson, R. Dodson, R. Tyler, J. Liv--
ingston, G. Bledsoe, and E. Leet. These boys make
up the reserve and varsity squads.
BlFd1eS Of A Feather Members of the golf McClennon, Coach Dave Hine, M. Swango, D. Aich-
team aie row 1 G Bushong T Mulrine and R inger, and P. Foxworthy. The boys play most of their
Lewis iow 2 M Pop heif E Ewoldt S Brlght G matches at South Grove.
teemg off czgamst capable opponents
Golf is the sport which begins and ends
the school year. The team is teeing off long
after the 58' Post is in the h a n d s of class-
mates. So far this year, however, the golf
t e a m is undefeated. Shortridge, defending
city-county champions, bowed to the mighty
Continentals as did Tech and Howe, in a four
way meet. The Continental golfers went on to
become t h e 1958 city-county champions with
David Stegemoller setting the pace with a siz-
zling 78. Members of the golf team not pic-
tured are William Becker, Dave Bowman, Bob
Foxworthy, Jerry Hughett, Frank Ivancic, and
Moundmen-row 1: F. Dininger, manager, B. Lee-
per, L. McClellan, R. Capps, T. Cloud, E. Purdue, D.
Hoifag row 2: J. Reynolds, D. Sanders, G. Hesser,
P. Saunders, W. Brown, C. Prince, N. Tsakriosg row
3: T. Lochkovic, M. Snyder, H. Mitchell, J. Leach,
J. James, R. Mann, F. Belser, M. Baker, L. Glaze,
J. Howe, and Coach Frank Luzar. Not pictured are
C. Hedges and Asst. Coach Joe Tofil.
. . . striking out opposing diamondmen
Starting off this year's twenty-one game
schedule, t h e varsity baseball t e a m looked
impressive with wins over Kokomo and Ben
Davis, last year's county champs. Many out-
standing players are on the team this year
with six returning lettermen. The six are Jack
Reynolds, Pete Saunders, Charles Hedges,
Dave Sanders, Gary Hesser, and Wendell
Brown. So far this s e a s on Jack Reynolds,
starting pitcher, held opposing teams to low
scores. Against Tech and Ben Davis Jack
pitched two-hit games and gave the opposi-
tion a lot of trouble. The Washington nine,
under the coaching of Frank Luzar, hopes to
place first in the 1958 city championship race.
Meanwhile on the other diamond, under
the guidance of Joe Tofil, the reserve base-
ball team has found some outstanding play-
ers for next year's varsity team. With such
players as Marion Baker, Bob Leeper, and
David Gilbert the little purple are looking
forward to another Winning season.
Here's How-Coach Frank Luzar shows his sen-
ior moundmen a few tricks to use when throwing a
baseball. Left to right are Coach Frank Luzar, Jack
Reynolds, Dave Sanders, Gary Hesser, Wendel Brown,
and Pete Saunders.
With a "W"-Members Of the Letterman's Club
are row 1: J. Stovall, B. Jones, J. Dean, C. Jenkins,
J. Arnot, R. Lewis, and B. McCullough, row 2: D.
Campbell, G. Bushong, N. Tsakrios, B. Coop, M.
Swango, J. Arvin, J. Reynolds, G. Stephanoff, C.
Givens, and C. Saunders, row 3: Bill Springer, spon-
sor, B. Caldwell, G. Hesser, C. Opp, B. Green, B.
Keller, B. Bennett, J. Brunt, B. Brown, C. Hedges,
Opp, N. Purichia, and B. Milatovich. Members of our
Letterman's Club represent our outstanding athletes.
. . . setting continental standards
Going Western-Lettermen, T. Mulrine, B. Mc-
Cullough, B. Green, and B. Bennett help at a bas-
ketball game by roping off the playing Hoor.
The Letterman's Club, sponsored by Mr.
William Springer, strives to serve in every
way possible. Holding the ropes at the bas-
ketball games, raising money for the Polio
Drive, and helping when called upon to do so
are just a few of the activities that the let-
When our cheerleaders won the Kiwanis
trophy for excellent yell leading, the Letter-
man's Club bought pins for the cheerleaders
as a token of t h e athletes' appreciation f 0 r
their fine work.
To qualify for admittance to this select
group, a boy must have won a varsity letter
and his conduct m u s t uphold t h e honor o f
wearing that letter.
. . . jumping forjoy
In noisy, crowded gyms or on chilly foot-
ball fields, our cheerleaders spark our enthusi-
asm and guide us as we urge our athletes to
Cheerleaders are chosen in May after try-
outs. They are judged not only on their ability
to perform, but also by their appearance and
personality. For weeks before tryouts, hope-
fuls practice daily. For the ones selected, prac-
tice continues throughout the year.
The cheerleaders were honored at the
annual sports banquet and received their
awards on May day. For the second time in
three years, our yell leaders won the coveted
Another One-Helen Suddeth, Joyce Mount, and
Emma Yates add spirit to the Continental cheering
High, Higher, Highest-On the bleachers instead
of in their usual places in front of the team are Helen
Suddeth, Kay Ritchie, Linda Martin, Joyce Mount,
Marilyn Harrington, Emma Yates, and David Bowman,
At the top-Emma Yates really soars skyward.
azmzng for reserve posztzons
Fighting Freshmen-M e m -
bers of the team are row 1: J.
Gasper, D. Hazelwood, R. Finch,
L. Bridges, R. Slater, K. Cory,
D. Gilbert, Coach Johnny Will-
iamsg row 2: Coach Henry
Bogue, F. Johnson, D. Jones, K.
Turbin, R. Wolums, L. Roberts,
J. Lynch, L. Morton, D. Law-
son, M. Green, row 3: T. Ben-
son, B. Gibson, T. Chastain, S.
Jones, C. Harris, B. Becker, R.
Philips, R. Williamson, G. Mc-
Coun, and student manager R.
of the freshman basketball team
for the 1957-58 season are row
1: Kenneth Drake, Porter Hu-
litt, Victor Combs, David Lee
Jones, James Loviscek, Ken-
neth Cory, Ronald Slater. Not
pictured is coach Russell Mc-
Pace S e t t c r s--row 1: R.
White, J. Quinn, R. Davidson,
row 2: G. Goodwin, D. Hinton,
R. Townly, V. Combs, D. Den-
nett, J. Hendricks, row 3: Mr.
Bogue, T. Benson, R. Bruley. R.
Young, R. Williamson, L. Frank-
lin, C. Phillips, J. Schwartz: row
4: R. Cook, W. Bucklew, M.
Arnett, J. Loviscek, K. Cory, K.
Turpin, S. Jones, and F. Johnson.
. . . extending gym classes after school
Topsy Turvey-Watching Dorothy Phillips, Eliz-
abeth Cox Qbasej, Shirley Schneider ftopj, and Du-
ane Dayes perform are Pansy Wallace, Dolly Wal-
ker, Saundra Brown, Janet Key, LaVern Brunt, Donna
The Continental Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion provides athletic activities for Washing-
ton girls after school.
During the fall season, C. G. A. A. mem-
bers devote their energy toward the popular
sports of soccer, volleyball, and basketball,
while the activities of the winter and spring
seasons consist of tumbling, basketball, soft-
ball, and track.
Through their membership, Continental
girls find enjoyment not only by participating
in sports, but also by establishing friend-
ships with other girls who are interested in
the active life of sports, too.
Moran, Rita Wehr, Carol Bowman, Judy Harper,
Anita Morris, and Judy Stretchberry. These girls
prove athletics aren't confined to the stronger sex
as they perfect tumbling skills.
Washington girls also have the opportun-
ity to earn a block letter. Ten points are award-
ed to the members of th e association who
have achieved perfect attendance records at
the end of each six weeks. A set of numer-
als with the year of graduation is awarded
to the girl who has accumulated 150 points.
A letter is given when one achieves 250 points,
and for 350 points a C. G. A. A. plaque is
The oflicers of the C. G. A. A. include
Dorothy Phillips, president, Liz Cox, secre-
tary, Donna Moran, treasurer, and Alice
Foster, publicity chairman.
gag w 2
washington on the go...
and here we are
Meeting and becoming acquainted with
countless students, e s t a b li s h in g lasting
friendships, and climaxing our high school
careers by repeating words of good luck to
our fellow g r a d u a t e s contributes to the
memorable highlights o f every Washington
student's high school career.
Each year We say good-by to old friends
and begin to greet our new friends.
We have said "hello" to the freshmen and
welcomed them to the school. We have also
been privileged to welcome new teachers to
These are the people who make up the
population of our world at Washington.
Setting Pretty-Art students
learn to paint portraits of their
Comparing Notes-Cloyd J. Julian and Justin D.
Marshall our Vice-principals, confer with H. H. Wal-
ter, our principal.
Combining Experience-Mrs. Nellie Baldwin,
social worker, discusses school problems with Audie
Watkins and Miss Leunice Horne, the deans.
. . . managing school functions ejiciently
Washingtonis principal, Mr. H. H. Walter,
and the Vice-principals, Cloyd J. Julian and
Justin D. Marshall, are the men who help
maintain and improve Washington's high
Audie Watkins, dean of boys, Miss Leu-
nice Horne, dean of girls, Mrs. Nellie Baldwin,
the school social Worker, are concerned with
the problems of the pupils as they guide Wash-
Aiding the Bosses-Washington's
office staff includes Miss Margaret
Hannan, Mrs. Doris Downey, Mrs.
Connie Baldwin, Mrs. Pollie Payne,
Mrs. Wilma J. Crippen, Miss Mary K.
' Mitchell, Mrs. Evelyn Farmer, Mrs.
Betty Wilson, and Mrs. Aileen Dick-
Quiet Please!-Mrs. Hine, senior sponsor, dis-
cusses important business with the senior class dur-
ing roll call.
Passing the final
exams, trying for
that sober distin-
guished pose while
Mr. Loudermilk did
his best to make us
laugh, looking im-
pressive to under-
classmen as we
walked into Senior Roll Call, and knowing
about and giving opinions about everything,
we, as seniors, are ready to take our places
in the adult world. Preparations for graduation
began in the fall with the election of senior
otlicers and appointment of committees. Com-
mencement gowns and invitations arrived as
the time grew near. Our tired feet carried us
from employment oflice to employment office,
as we looked to the future.
. . . reaching the final goal of graduation
Senior Steersman-Senior officers plan ahead for Dave Sanders, sgt.-at-armsg Gary Hesser, vice-pres-
class events. Officers are Sandra Brown, secretaryg identg and Helen Suddeth, treasurer. Their names ap-
Scottie McAtee, sgt.-at-armsg Leon Griiith, presidentg peared on regulation voting machines.
v. ,k ,f
Senior Supremes-Seniors practicing government proce- Will it Clash?-Phyllis Stotts and
dures are C. Hunt, S. May, J. Smith, M. Spuzich, J. Vaughn, T. Nancy Warzl are making their choice for
Hensley, R. Riley, R. Seals, and E. Creech. senior colors.
. . . . planning for commencement activities
Bruce Barr se-
lects his favorite
Important Decision-Three members of
the commencement committee are making
their choice of announcements.
Gowns for Grads-John Arvin, Judy Kay Smith,
Scottie McAtee, and Russell Thomas View com-
DARRYL ABBOTT-V a r s i t y Football, Varsity
ALLEN ABSHIER-Reserve T r a c k, Freshman
LARRY ALBERTSON-Colonial Chorus, Concert
JOHN ALEXANDER-Student Council, president,
R. O. T. C. Lt. Colonel, United Nations Dele-
gate, Boys' State Delegate, Debate Club,
JOE ARNOT-Sports editor, '58 Postg Quill and
Scroll, Letterman, Student Manager, Capers-
JOHN ARVIN-Honor Society, All City Football
Squad, honorable mentiong Lettermen's Club,
treasurer, Junior Class, Sgt.-at-Arms, Stu-
dent Council Representative.
SANDRA AYERS-City-County Champion De-
bate Squad, Debate Club, vice-president,
Washingtonians, Student Council Represent-
ative, Junior Vaudeville.
MARTHA BACHER-Washingtonians, Junior
CARL BACON--Freshman Basketball.
DAVID BAILEY-Science and Math Major.
GLORIA BAKEMEYER--Junior Vaudeville, Con-
BRUCE BARR-National Honor Society, presidentg
Latin Club, Vice-presidentg Junior Vaudeville,
Junior Town Meeting, Quill and Scroll.
YVONNE BARRICK--Washingtonians, J u n i o r
BOB BATES-Johnny Continental Candidate, trans-
ferred from Cathedral High School.
JACK BAUGH-History Major.
KATHY BECKER-Junior Prom Queen Attendant,
Junto Club, president, Honor Society, Wash-
ingtonians, Latin Club.
WILLIAM BENNETT-Track, C r o s s C o u n t r y,
Yearbook Staff, Intramural Champ, Student
LOIS BERGMAN-C. G. A. A., Red Cross Repre-
PAT BOSTICK-Junior Vaudeville, Red Cross Rep-
resentative, Curtain'tainers, Washingtonians.
ANGIE BOWMAN-Junior Vaudeville, Washing-
JOYCE BRIGHT-Junior Prom Queen Attendant.
Track Queen, Colonial Chorus, secretary,
Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians, May
JUDY BROOKS-Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaude-
Ville, Continental Capers, Washingtonians.
LARRY BROOKS-R. O. T. C. 2nd Lt., Rifie Team.
SANDRA BROWN-Junior Class, secretary, Sen-
ior Class, secretary, R. O. T. C. sponsor, Jun-
ior Prom Queen Candidate, Alternate U. N.
Delegate, Military Ball Queen Candidate.
WENDELL BROWN-Varsity Football, Varsity
JAMES BRUNT-Varsity Basketball, Varsity
Track, R. O. T. C. Captain, Letterman.
JUDY BURNS-Washingtonians, Latin Club, Y-
Teens, Cub Reporters.
WILLIAM BYRD-V a r s i t y Track, Letterman's
WILLIAM CALBERT-Varsity Track, Cross Coun-
try, Wrestling, Letterman.
J EROD CANNON-Junior Vaudeville.
PATRICIA CAPPS-Concert Band, Latin Club, Pep
LARRY CARMICHAEL-Varsity Football, Latin
Club, treasurer, Boys' Concert Club, pres-
JILL CARTER-The Surveyor, editor, D. A. R.
Good Citizen, Girls' State Representative,
Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, May Queen
LINDA CHANDLER-Junior Vaudeville, Washing-
NANCY CHAPMAN-Honor Society, Debate Club.
SHERRY CHAPMAN-Science Club, Poetry Contest,
DAVID CHASTAIN-Junior Vaudeville.
JO ANN CHERRY-Clean Up Queen, Junior- Vaude-
Ville, Student Council, Continental C a p e r s ,
Washingtonians, secretary, May QueenlCourt.
VIVIAN CHILDS-Junior Vaudeville, Continental
Capers, Junior Red Cross Representative,
Washingtonians, Horizon Club, secretary.
GEORGIA CLARKSON-R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Colo-
nial Chorus, Junto Club, treasurer, Honor So-
ciety, secretary, Junior Class, vice-president.
JUDY CLESTER-Gym Assistant, Latin Club.
WILLIAM COBLE-Colonial Chorus, Science Club,
JAMES COFFMAN-Honor Society.
DIANE COGHILL-Junior Vaudeville, Continental
CAROLYN COLLINS-H o n 0 r S o c i e t y , Junior
Vaudeville, Student Council Representative,
LARRY COMBS-Inter-City C 0 u n c i l , vice-presi-
dent, Quill Kz Scroll, Student Council Repre-
MARILYN COOK-Colonial Chorus, Student Coun-
EARL CREECH-Colonial Chorus, Honor Society,
Student Council Representative.
WILLIAM CROSE-Industrial Arts Major.
NANCY CURTIS-Quill 8x Scroll, Surveyor, busi-
ness manager, Student Council Representative,
Washingtonians, Junior Red Cross Represent-
CAROYL'N DAYES-H o n o r Society, Dramatics
Club, Girls? Concert Club, S c i e n c e Club,
Washingtonians, Popularity Contest, top five.
GENE DENTON-Science Major.
WALTER DININGER-Industrial Arts Major.
DOUGLAS DOSS-History and Industrial Arts
PATSY DOWDEN-Latin Club, Junior Vaudeville,
Student Council, Washingtonians, Junior Red
CHARLES DRURY-Debate Club, Sgt.-at-Arms,
Rifle Team, Student Council, Reserve Football.
JEANETTE DUMCOFF-Washingtonians, Science
Club, Colonial Chorus, Continentalaires, Jun-
ior Red Cross Representative.
EDWARD EADS-Cross Country, captain, Intra-
mural Basketball Team, Varsity Track, Let-
HOWARD EARLS-Varsity Basketball, honorary
captain, Varsity Football, Letterman.
VENNETTIA EDDY-Connie Continental, Wash-
ingtonians, Junior Red Cross Representative,
Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers.
PAT ELLISON-Washingtonians, Y-Teens.
SANDRA ELMORE-Honor Society, Washington-
ians, treasurer, '58 Post, business mana-
ger, Debate Club, Student Council.
ADA EMERY-Washingtonians, Gi rl s ' Concert
TOM FEDERSPILL-Junior Red Cross Represent-
ative, Junior Vaudeville.
RICHARD FLETCHER-Attended school in Roach-
dale, Indiana. Freshman and Reserve Basket-
ball, Freshman and Reserve Track.
SHARON FLORA-Colonial Chorus, Washington-
ROBERT FLOREANCIG-M aj o r e d in Industrial
Arts and History.
FRED FOSTER-Jewelry Award, second place.
DANNY GAMMON-Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaude-
ville, Continental Capers.
CAROLYN GANT-Washingtonians, Junior Vaude-
ville, Concert Orchestra, Concert Club.
JUDY GARRETT-C. G. A. A., Junior Vaudeville,
Washingtonians, Colonial Chorus, Honor So-
RICHARD D. GATES-Science Club, Stage Crew.
CHARLES GOAD-Attended school in Texas. Junior
Conservation Club, F. F. A., Outdoor Sports-
LOUNELL GODSEY-Attended school in Missouri.
Basketball, Glee Club, F. H. A., Class Report-
er, Sports Writer.
LOVELL GODSEY-Attended school in Missouri.
Basketball, Glee Club, F. H. A., secretary,
Junior Class Queen.
PHYLLIS GOLL-Honor Society, C. G. A. A., pres-
identg Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Cadet
Teacher, Latin Club, Pep Block.
I-IAZEL GRAVES-Blue Ribbon and Gold Key
Awards in Art Contest.
BILL GREEN-All City Football Team, Student
Council Representative, Intramural Champs,
Art Award Winner.
JUDY GREGORY-Student Council, Latin Club,
Washingtonians, Junto Club.
LEON GRIFFITH-Varsity Football, Senior Class,
president, All-City Football Team, honorable
. mention, Intramural Champs, Colonial Chorus.
JUDITH HALLORAN-Washingtonians, vice-pres-
identg Latin Club, Junior Vaudeville, Contin-
ANN HARGIS-Washingtonians, Red Cross.
CAROLE HARRISON-Washingtonians, Music Mem-
DORIS HARVEY-Washingtonians, Junior Vaude-
ville, C. G. A. A., Continental Capers.
LA DONNA HAVERSTICK-Washingtonians, Jun-
ior Vaudeville, Girls' Concert Club.
NANCY HAWKINS-Majored in History and Busi-
DARLENE HEALD-Student Council, Dramatics
Club, president, Junior Red Cross, secretary,
Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians. .
CHARLES HEDGES-Junior Prom King Candidate,
Varsity Football, Student Council, Letter-
men's Club, Varsity Basketball.
MARTHA HENNING-Colonial Chorus, Student
Council, Cub Reporters, Junior Vaudeville,
WILLIE HENSLEY-Varsity Football, Baseball,
GARY HESSER-Junior Prom King, Senior Class,
vice-presidentg Varsity Baseball, Student
Council, Sgt.-at-Armsg Junior Class, Sgt.-at-
ANNA I. HICKS-Washingtonians, Concert Orch-
WILLIAM HILL-Continentalaires, Colonial Chorus,
JUAN ITA HORN-Washingtonians, Red Cross Rep-
DAVID HUGHES-Math Major.
CAROLYN HUNT-C.G.A.A., Washingtonians.
FRED HUNT-Caper's Popularity Contest Winner.
LARRY HUNT-Student Council Representative.
SUE HUNT-Washingtonians, J unto Club, Pep
J ONELL HUNTSMAN-Student Council, C o ntin-
ental Capers, Washingtonians, Red Cross Rep-
resentative, C. G. A. A.
BEATRICE JEWELL-Washingtonians, Girls' Con-
BERNARD KELLER-Student Council, treasurer,
Junior Class, president, Junior Prom King
Candidate, Varsity Football, Varsity Basket-
ball, Varsity Track.
MAX KELLY-History Major.
WILBURN KELLY-Majored in Industrial Arts.
SAUNDRA KERN-Colonial Chorus, Continental-
aires, Concert Orchestra.
KALMAN KING-Varsity Football, Letterman.
ROBERT KNAPP-Intramural Basketball, Lino-
typer of Surveyor.
IRENE KONRAD-C. G. A. A., Washingtonians.
CAROLYN LEE-Honor Society, Majorette, Colo-
nial Chorus, Washingtonians, Junior Vaude-
LINDA LEE-Connie Continental Candidate, Wash-
ingtonians, Junior and Senior Class Execu-
tive Comrnittee, Junior Vaudeville, Cadet
FRANCIS LENGEL-Attended Sacred Heart where
he was an honor student.
JOHN MANN-Math Major.
STEVEN MARSH-Colonial Chorus, Hi-Y, Boys'
DON MASON-Intramural Basketball Champs.
PHYLLIS MARTIN-Washingtonians, Girls' Glee
SHARON MAY-Colonial Chorus, Washingtonians.
MARIANNE MAYFIELD-Latin Club, Honor So-
DONALD McATEE-Senior Class, Sgt.-at-Arms,
Varsity Track, Student Council, Colonial
KENNY McCALLISTER-History and Industrial
JUDY McCLAIN-Student Council, Washingtonians.
KENNETH McCREARY-Sound Crew, Rifle Team,
R. O. T. C.
WILLIAM McCULLOUGH-Wrestling, co-captain,
MAXINE McGUFFEY-Pep Block, Girls' Glee Club.
SHARON MCLAUGHLIN-Student Council, Junior
Vaudeville, Delegate to the Model United
Nations, Washingtonians, Junior Red Cross
PATTY McPEEK-Vaudeville, Continental Capers,
LEN ORA McPHAIL-Science Club, Washingtonians,
Y-Teens, Bible Club, Cub Reporters.
LINDA McPHAIL-Honor Society, Concert Band
and Concert Orchestra, Science Club, Latin
Club, Junto Club, Bible Club.
RONNIE. MCPHERSON-Colonial Chorus.
DOROTHY MEDICH-Honor Society, Junior Red
Cross Representative, Girls' Concert Club,
NANCY MIDKIFF-Majored in Spanish and Music.
ROBERT MILATOVICH-Wrestling Team, co-cap-
tain, Varsity Football, State Wrestling Meet,
3rd place, Varsity Track, Letterman.
VERNA MILLER-Bible Club, vice president, Latin
Club, Girls' Glee Club.
CAROL ANN MITCHELL-Washingtonians, Pep
CAROLYN MITCHELL-Washingtonians, J unto
Club, Y-Teens, Cub Reporters.
MARY LOU MONEYMAKER-Washingtonians,
GEORGE MOORE-Majored in History.
TOM MULRINE-Varsity Golf Team, Boys' Concert
Club, Letterman, Wrestling Team.
MARILYN NEWNUM-Washingtonians, S t u d e n t
Council, Girls' Concert Club.
WILLIAM NICHOLSON-Latin,Club, 'Science Club,
Debate Club, outstanding Third' Year R. o.
T. C. Cadet.
J OANNE NOE-Washingtonians.
GARY OLSEN-History Major.
FRANK OPP-State Champion Wrestler, Varsity
Football, Varsity Track, Colonial Chorus, Jun-
JOHN ORANGE-Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaude-
ville, Varsity Football.
JOHN OTTO-Math and History Major.
JANET PARKER-Washingtonians, Student Coun-
MARILYN PARKER.-Junior Vaudeville, Dramatics
Club, Washingtonians, C. G. A. A., Junior Red
CAROLE PAYTON-Junior Vaudeville, Colonial
Chorus, secrtary and treasurer, Continental-
KAY PENCE-Honor Society, '58 Post, co-editor,
Thespians, Quill Sz Scroll.
DOROTHY PHILLIPS-C. G. A. A., president and
treasurerg Orchestra, Washingtonians.
MIKE PICKETT-History and Science Major.
SHERAIN POINDEXTER-Dramatics Club, Wash-
ingtonians, Pep Block.
MARJORIE POWELL-F. T. A., vice-president,
Washingtonians, Junior Red Cross Represen-
tative. Honor Society, Cadet Teacher.
JUDY PRICE-Washingtonians, Dramatics Club,
SUE PRICHARD-Junior Vaudeville, Washington-
ians, presidentg Student Council, Homecoming
JUNE ANN PROCTOR-Washingtonians.
TOM PURVIS-R. O. T. C. lst Lt., Drill Team,
Outstanding Non-Commissioned Officer.
JUDY REDNOUR-Washingtorlians, Pep Block.
MARJORIE REGER-Washingtonians, Junior Red
Cross Representative, Pep Block.
J ACK REYNOLDS-Varsity Baseball, Student
JOYCE RICHEY-Orchestra, Washingtonians.
LOUIS RIDELY-History Major.
DON RILEY-Major in Math and Industrial Arts.
RON RILEY-Junto Club, Scholastic Art Award,
Hoosier Handy Craft.
JANICE ROBINSON-Colonial Chorus.
KAREN ROLLINGS-Science Club, Junior Red
KAREN RUBLE-Washingtonians, Junto Club.
RITA RUBLE-SURVEYOR, assistant editor, Honor
Society, Student Council, Quill 8z Scroll,
DAVE SANDERS-Johnnie Continental, All City
Football Team for two years, Senior Class,
Sgt.-at-Arms, Varsity Football, Basketball,
CHARLES SAUNDERS-Varsity Baseball, Letter-
men's Club, vice-president, Varsity Eootball.
BEVERLY SCHEID-Junior Red Cross Represent-
ative, Washingtonians, Pep Block.
RONDAL SEALS-Freshman basketball.
DARRELL SEBREE-Sound Crew.
RICHARD SESSLAR-Student Council, treasurer,
SURVEYOR Staf, Junior Vaudeville.
PAUL SHORT-Riiie Team, Captain, Indiana State
RiHe Champ, Fifth Army Winner of Hurst
CAROLE SIMPSON-Major in History and Home
MARCIA SIMS-Continental Capers.
BEVERLY SKROBISZ-Spanish Club, Continental
DON SMITH-Latin Club.
JEANETTA SMITH-Honor Society, Library As-
JUDY KAY SMITH-Honor Society, '58 Post, Co-
Editorg Quill Sz Scroll, C.G.A.A., secretary.
MARVIN SMITH-Industrial Arts Major.
JEANNINE SOUTHWICK-F. T. A., C. G. A. A.,
Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudeville, Cadet
M A R I L Y N SPILLMAN-Washingtonians, Pep
MARY SPRATT-C. G. A. A.
MARY LOU SPUZICH-Girls' Concert Club, Con-
tinental Capers, Junior Vaudeville, Washing-
WILLIAM STALLSWORTH-RiHe Team, R. O. T. C.
GEORGE STANGER-Major in Business Education.
RANDALL STATON-Freshman Golf.
EDWARD STEINHAUER-Industrial Arts Major.
NANCY STILLWELL-Honor Society, Latin Club,
Red Cross Representative, Student Council,
Girls' Ensemble. '
PHYLLIS STOTTS-Washingtonians, Junto Club,
Junior Red Cross, Girls' Glee Club.
BEATRICE STRAYHORN-Washingtonians, Junior
Vaudeville, Girls' Glee Club. '
GERALD STROUGH-Intramural Basketball, Golf.
HELEN SUDDETH-Student Council, vice-presi-
dent, Varsity Cheerleader, Senior and Junior
Class, treasurer, Homecoming Queen Attend-
ant, Colonial Chorus. .
LEE SUDDETH-Latin Club. '
JAMES SUSONG-Intramural Basketball.
BOB SWISHER-Print shop crew for the Post.
PAUL TAYLOR-Math and Industrial Arts Major.
PRISCILLA TERRY-Washingtonians, Y-Teens.
DALE THOMAS-Majored in History and Math-
PRISCILLA THOMAS-Girls' State Alternate, De-
bate Club, president, Honor Society, Drama-
tics Club, secretary: Thespians, Am. Legion
Oratorical Contest Winner.
RUSSELL THOMAS-Honor Society, Debate Club.
JAMES THOMPSON-Colonial Chorus, R. O. T. C.
Captain, Winner of a trip to the United Nat-
MARCIA THOMPSON-Honor Society, Washing-
tonians, Student Council, Junior Red Cross
Representative, Bible Club.
NORA THOMPSON-F. T. A., Cadet Teacher.
RALPH THOMPSON-January Graduate, History
Honor Major, Boys' Concert Club.
BILL TOLAR-Latin Club, Baseball. -
JUDY TUCKER-C. G. A. A., Continental Capers.
PATRICIA UTLEY-Girls' Concert Club, Drama-
tics Club, Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians,
HAROLD VAN WINKLE-Dramatics Club, treasur-
er, Concert Band, lst Lt, Junior Vaudeville,
JOHN VAUGHN-Junior Vaudeville, Continental
MORENE VAUGHN-Pep Block, Washingtonians
ROBERT VAUGHN-Latin Club, R. O. T. C. lst
Lt., Outstanding Second Year Cadet.
JUSTINE VOILS-Junior Red Cross, secretary 3 Stu-
dent Council, Washingtonians, Cadet Teacher.
SUSAN WAMPLER-Honor S o c i e t y , Popularity
Contest Winner, Cadet Teacher, F. T. A., Y-
Teens, Washingtonians, May Queen Court.
NANCY WARD-Junior Red Cross, president, Stu-
dent Council, Dramatics Club, Junior Vaude-
LILLIE MAY WATZ-Junior Prom Queen, Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, Honor So-
ciety, Student Council, Washingtonians.
ROBERT WHITE-History Major.
RALPH WILHAM-Junior Prom King Candidate,
Johnnie Continental Candidate, THE SUR-
VEYOR, Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, Stu-
DAVID WILLIAMSON-Marching Band, vice pres-
ident, Dance Band, Pep Band, Junior Vaude-
ville, Continental Capers.
JAMES WILLOUGHBY-Reserve Baseball, Boys'
DON WILSON-Football, Track, Lettermen's Club,
Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudeville, Conti-
LARRY WILSON-Cylinder Press.
FAY WOOLUMS-F. T. A., Honor Society.
LARRY WORMAN-R. O. T. C. Ride Team, Science
Club, president, Freshman Football, Reserve
ANDREA WORRELL-Colonial C h o r u s, Conti-
nentalaires, Cadet Teacher, Honor Society,
EMMA YATES-Varsity Cheerleader, Dramatics
Club, vice presidentg Student Council, Con-
....'i.-Li-. VENETTIA EDDY
, -l-if JACK REYNOLDS
. BERNIE KELLER
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JUDY KAY SMITH
Receiving class rings is a big
event in the Junior year. Pick-
ing out theirs are Becky Wig-
gam, Nellie Collingsworth, and
Rows 1-4: J. Adams, R. Adkins.
P. Alexander, G. Allee, J. Allen,
F. Anderson, N. Apple, A. Arm-
M. Artis, H. Ashley, S. Austin,
L. Avery, A. Axe, J. Bach, M.
Bacher, J. Bachman, M. Baird
G. Bakemeyer, J. Baker, R.
Baker, C. Billhimer, J. Barnaby,
D. Barrett, M. Bartlett, J.
Barry, D. Barton
J. Bechtel, J. Beck, H. Bee, B.
Beers, F. Belser, G. Belton, C.
Berger, G. Bertram, D. Bess
R. Biggs, J. Billhymer, B. Bind-
hamer, D. Bland, M. Blane, C.
Blake, H. Bohr, P. Bolin, J. Bor-
D. Bower, D. Bowman, B. Bow-
man, K. Bowman, D. Breedlove,
R. Brennan, J. B rickler, S.
Bright, S. Briley
C. Brooks, A. Brumle-y, C. Buis,
J. Burnell, J. Burton, M. Bush,
P. Butler, R. Caldwell, D. Camp-
J. Carlisle, D. Carr, H. Carroll,
R. Catt, D. Carver, B. Chase, C.
Chestnut, J. Cloyd, B. Coffey
E. Coffman, J. Collins, C. Copsy,
M. Cunningham, N. Collings-
worth, D. Cook, B. Coop, J. Coo-
per, I. Correll
D. Cox, M. Cross, J. Cullom, J.
Cummings, M. Cupp, C. Davis,
C. Day, J. Dobbins, G. Descans
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M. DeWitt, D. Donovan, A.
Dowdell, M. Dowdell, S. Ed-
wards, F. Downton, B. Drury,
J. Duncan, P. Duncan
H. Embry, C. Earls, B. Eaton,
C. Eckles, D. Edwards, G. Ed-
wards, G. Edwards, V. England,
S. Ewoldt, C. Fairchild, S. Fair-
ringer, R. Faulkner, J. Feder-
spill, T. Felice, J. Finch, T.
Findell, S. Fleser
J. Flowers, B. Franklin, J.
Franklin, D. Ford, A. Foster,
A. Foster, J. Fountain, R. Ful-
ler, B. Fultz
E. Funk, P. Foxworthy, J.
Gaddis, R. Garner, D. Gaulden,
S. Gilbert, S. Glass, M. Glaze,
J. Gooch, R. Goodin, R. Good-
win, D. Graves, G. Gray, V.
Green, P. Greene, C. Grey, E.
P. Guifin, C. Hale, J. Hale, K.
Halloran, J. Hamilton M. Ham-
monds, M. Hamrnonds, N. Han-
cock, W. Hardy
D. Harrell, M. Harrington, A.
Harrison, C. Harris, N. Harvey,
B. Hayden, M. Haywood, R.
Hazelwood, G. Headley
L. Hendrick, B. Hensow, D.
Herring, M. Herron, P. Hess,
N. Hildenbrand, F. Himes, E.
Hodge, L. Hodges
M. Holder, T. Hornaday, D.
Howard, J. Howe, P. Hoyt, E.
Hudson, D. Hurnes, P. Hussung,
J. Ison, C. Jackson, G. Jackson,
J. James, C. Jenkins, C. Jines,
S. Johnson, C. Johnson, K. John-
W. Johnson, J. Jones, R. Jones.
R. Jugg, N. Kaiser, K. Kam-
povsky, M. Kaufman, S. Keith-
ley, B. Kelly
C. Kent, K. Kenyon, E. Kerr,
S. Kidwell, S. King, B. Kirby,
D. Kirby, S. Kitterman,L. Koch
D. Kurrasch, D. Lang, R
Lahne, E. Laird, S. Larison, G.
Lash. E. Lay, J. Leach, J.
T. Lefter, J. Lester, S. Lewis,
C. Lightle, J. Link, K. Linville,
J. Lowery, J. Lucas, J. Lump-
D. Luzar, J. Madden, J. Ma-
haney, J. Maners, R. Mann, M.
Massey, G. McClenon, J. Mc-
Clintock, H. McElfresh
M. McGinn, R. McKim, V. Mc-
Nabb, M. McNaughton, M.
Meeks, C. Miles, R. Miles, D.
Miller, G. Miller
G. Miller, H. Mitchell, J. Mont-
gomery, N. Moore, R. Moore,
D. Moran, B. Morrison, B. Mos-
iman, J. Mount
R. Myers, L. Myrich, D. Ne-
eley, M. Neff, B. Nelson, S.
Nesbit, P. Nicholson, L. Noe,
B. Oldham, D. Oliver, J. Oli-
ver, J. Olmstead, C. Opp, R.
Osborn, R. Overstreet, T. Owens,
K. Parker, T. Parker, W. Pat-
terson, J. Perry, T. Phelps, L.
Phillips, S. Phillips, C. Polley,
L. Porter, R. Potts, P. Powell,
C. Prince, C. Pritchett, L. Proc-
tor, N. Purichia, J. Pyatt T.
R. Rainwater, B. Rapelje, S.
Rayner, P. Reagan, J. Reed, G.
Reid, J. Renner, E. Reynolds,
D. Richardson, S. Rigsby,
M. Rike, C. Rippy. K. Ritchie,
D. Roberts, M. Robey, D. Rol-
lings, S. Rollings
P. Rollman, L. Rosselot, S.
Rumple, C. Rush, S. Rush, N.
Rusher, M. Russell, E. Samper,
J. Saylor, C. Schenk, C. Schmid,
J. Schneider, B. Schwartz, W.
Sheehan, R. Shepherd, S. Shin-
gleton, B. Sichting
S. Siepman, M. Simmons, M.
Skinner, J. Slater, W. Slater,
B. Sloan, B. Smith, B. Smith,
J. Smith, J. Smith, S. Smith,
S. Smith, T. Smith, B. Smoth-
erman, S. Snodgrass, M. Sny-
der, L. Sommerville.
J. Sowers, B. Spencer, G. Spink,
J. Sprowl, L. Spurgeon, M.
Stamm, B. Steckler, D. Stege-
moller, G. Stephanoff
T. Sterns, T. Stevens, B. Stin-
nett, C. Stinson, H. Stockhoff,
A. Stone, D. Stovall, J. Stovall,
D. Strange, D. Street, R.
Stroup, M. Swango, J. Taylor,
D. Tate, R. Tate, C. Theobald,
J. Thomas, J. Timmons, S. Tin-
sley, S. Tolbert, N. Tsakrios,
P. Turner, S. VanBlaricum, B.
VanCleave, C. Van Meter
S. Vaseloif, R. Vaughn, B. Vin-
son, N. Wade, R. Wade, L.
Wadsworth, D. Wagner, J. Wal-
ker, S. Waltz
E. Wand, P. Wantland, T. Wal-
ters, L. Warren, G. Weaver, J.
Webber, B. Weekly, B. West,
Rows 9-13: L. Westerfield, L.
Wheatcraft, E. White, J. White,
C. Wigginton, E. Williams, K.
Williams, L. Williams, R. Will-
iams, L. Wilder, R. Wilson, M.
Winchester, B. Winkler, L. Wor-
rell, R. Wright
The back stage confusion is
part of the excitement of being
in the Junior Vaudville.
At 2:30 the rush hour begins.
These students seem anixious
to get home, to work, or to the
Rows 1-4: S. Abner, D. Aichin-
ger, D. Alexander, J. Alexander,
Y. Alkire, S. Anacker, J. Allen-
der, M. Andrews, T. Anderson,
L. Anderson, M. Anderson, N.
D. Armour, J. Arnold, M. Ar-
nold, T. Artis, J. Bacher, E.
Bailey, L. Bainaka, M. Baird, R.
J. Baird, W. Bakemeyer, D.
Baker, M. Baker, K. Baldwin,
M. Ballard, M. Barrett, D.
Barry, W. Bartz
D. Baugh, S. Beasley, J. Beaty,
L. Beckham, W. Beliles, R. Bell,
P. Bemis, L. Bennett, P. Bilyeu
W. Bish op, C. Blackmon, C.
Blackwell, C. Blane, M. Blank-
enship, G. Bledsoe, S. Borui, J.
Bolinger, L. Bollinger
J. Botzum, D. Boucher, R. Bow-
ers, P. Bowman, R. Bracey, T.
Brake, M. Bramblit, G. Bran-
ham, P. Branson
T. Bray, W. Brooks, S. Brown,
S. Brown, G. Brundage, J. Brun-
ing, D. Brunner, L. Brunt, L.
0. Burgess, E. Burgett, J. Bur-
gett, M. Burke, J. Burrus, S.
Butler, M. Byard, R. Byrd, G.
B. Calhoun, C. Calvert, S. Call-
away, E. Cambridge, C. Camp-
bell, J. Campbell, J. Campbell,
R. Capps, C. Carnahan
E. Carothers, B. Carroll, B.
Carter, F. Carter, C. Cassell, P.
Cavett, B. Champ, T. Cribelar,
E. Clark, J. Clements, B. Cloud,
S. Coffman, D. Cole, S. Cole, M.
Coleman, R. Coleman, C. Comer
L. Compton, B. Cook, C. Corder,
R. Cordova, S. Cottongim, K.
Couch, S. Couch, E. Cox, B.
P. Craig, R. Craig, C. Crippen,
T. Crosley, N. Cummings, S.
Curd, D. Darnell, L. Davis,
L. Deam, G. Deering, R. Den-
son, C. Dickerson, J. Dill, D.
Dodd, J. Dodd, R. Dodson, A.
K. Doll, V. Dooley, L. Douglas,
V. Dugan, C. Dulla, W. Duncan,
S. Durham, C. Eads, V. Easton
J. Eckel, L. Eisele, R. Ellis, S.
Everhart, R. Emery, J. Everton,
B. Ewing, H. Ewing, L. Ewoldt
C. Farley, J. Farley, J. Farley,
P. Farley, M. Faulkner, R.
Felice, S. Flint, J. Floyd, P.
F. Fowler, K. Fowler, C.
Froedge, J. Fulbright, P. Gab-
hart, T. Gaerte, R. Gammon, L.
Garrett, R. Gaters
J. Gearries, D. Gentry, V. Gib-
bons, O. Gibson, L. Glaze, M.
Godsey, J. Goff, E. Goodwin,
Rows 10-13: T. Gootee, C. Gra-
ham, L. Graves, S. Graves, M.
Green, L. Gregory, W. Grider,
J. Griiiin, B. Grimes, R. Gun-
ning, R. Haase, E. Hale, P.
Haley, Y. Hatton, L. Harding,
Ralph "Buckshot" O'Brian, a
former Washington basketball
star who went on to gain fur-
ther recognition in the field of
sports, returned to speak at one
of our convocations.
W. Harper, D. Harrison, J.
Hayslett, C. Hazelrigg, J.
Hedges, IJ. Hefner, F. Heinz-
mann, S. Hendren, D. Henry
S. Henthorn, S. Heritier, J.
Herring, M. Hessel, C. Hick-
man, D. Hoffa, R. Holcomb, J.
Holt, W. Honea
K. Hornaday, R. Hoschouer, C.
Houchins, N. House, C. Howard,
R. Howell, P. Huif, E. Hughes,
J. Hughett, E. Imhausen, B.
Jackson, D. Jackson, T. Jame-s,
M. Jaynes, K. Jines, B. Jones,
D. Jones, J. Jones, M. Jones, M.
Johnson, L. Jugg, C. Keene, R.
Keeton, B. Keller, K. Kelley
B. Kelly, G. Kelly, M. Kelly,
S. Kelly, L. Kemper, L. Kem-
per, J. Key, L. Kinley, P. Ken-
N. Kira, C. Koon, G. Koontz,
D. Kord, J. Lahne, P. Lam-
bert. R. Lathrop, B. LaVelle,
J. Leerkamp, W. Leet, P.
Legg, C. Lehman, S. Leonard,
J. Lepper, S. Leverett, V.
Lewis, G. Licho
D. Lindsey, J. Lettre-ll, J. Liv-
ingston, C. Lloyd, T. Lochkor-
ic, J. Logue, W. Lorton, B. Mad-
den, R. Maiden
M. Manning, G. Marcum, J.
Marcum, F. Markich, L. Martin,
L. Martin, J. Mayo, L. McAllis-
ter, J. McCain
C. McCamInon, J. McCammon,
R. McGinn, G. McKenzie, S.
McKim, L. McClellan, J. Mc-
Cullough, L. McCury, B. Mc-
P. McPeek, B. McPherson, J.
M c Q uinn, S. McPherson, L.
Meador, L. Megenhardt, R.
Melbert, P. Merritt, I. Merri-
K. Miller, D. Mitchell, R. Mi-
kels, D. Miller, D. Miller, H.
Miller, R. Milton, S. Millspaugh,
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Mohr, H. Morgan, S. Morris, J.
Mosiman, S. Myers, L. Myers,
B. Nave, M. Neff, P. Neill, T.
Newkirk, J. Newman, C. Nich-
ols, D. Nix, D. Norman, S.
F. Dininger, D. Oldham, G. Opp,
M. Oversteeet, J. Palmer, C.
Payton, P. Pearsey, B. Peay,
E. Perdue, K. Pershing, C.
Peters, S. Peterson, G. Petty,
J. Phelps, B. Phillips, G. Phil-
lips, R. Phillips
S. Phillips, D. Pickard, S. Pierz,
S. Pittser, M. Popcheff, J. Potts,
R. P r a n g e r, S. Prichard, R.
D. Puckett, J. Rains, J. Rain-
ville, R. Ramsey, P. Rather, K.
Reagan, D. Reddish, S. Rednour,
J. Reinbold, B. Reese, C. Rich-
ardson, P. Ringler, G. Roach, R.
Robbins, A. Roberts, B. Roberts,
P. Rogers, L. Ross, L. Ruble, P.
Sale, J. Sallee, A. Samuels, N.
Sanders, K. Schaier, S. Sch-
R. Schuch, M. Scott, P. Scott,
L. Sears, M. Simpson, J. Sims,
K. Sims, T. Sison, V. Sisson
Rows 10-13: J. Shaw, R. Shaw,
S. Shaw, R. Shelton, S. Shirley,
A. Shockley, W. Shockley, P.
Short, R. Short, G. Skaggs, B.
Skorjanc, B. Slavens, S. Small,
J. Smart, M. Smiley, C. Smith
Half-time finds gridmien in
the lockerroom talking over the
last play and planning the first
of the second half.
C. Smith, G. Smith, J. Smith
M. Smith, N. Smith, R. Smith
F. Smithers, B. Snowberger, S.
R. Sorrell, D. Sorrels, D. Spall,
M. Spurgeon, J. Squire, C
Stamm, R. Stamm, S. Stamm,
D. Steele, E. Stennis, S. Steph-
ens, K. Stepp, J. Stevens, B.
Stinson, N. Stone, J. Stone-
house, J. Strange
M. Stricker, G. Stewart, R.
Stewart, J. Sturgis, M. Suddith,
A. Sumner, D. Surber, L. Swarts,
J. Talbert, M. Test, B. Thomas,
F. Thomas, M. Thompson, J.
Thurston, B. Tibbs, R. Tibbs,
'W3ShiHg't0H,S night of fun is
the annual Continental capers
where everyone tries his s-kill
at one of the many booths.
Rows 6-9: D. Totton, D. Track-
well, M. Tracy, J. Troutman, L.
Turner, B. Tyler, E. Tyler, H.
Uhls, J. Vaden, V. Vandagriff,
R. Vandegriff, E. Vandergriff
R. Varvel, W. Vaughn, M.
Vaughter, J. Vester, R. Vlasaty,
S. VonBurg, B. Wager, B.
Wainscott, J. Walden
D. Walker, S. Waller, N. Wat-
son, T. Watson, C. Weaver, R.
Weddell, R. Wehr, T. Weiser,
H. White, M. White, V. White,
J. Whitis, B. Whitney, H. Whit-
ney, B. Wiggam, P. Wilhelm,
M. Wilson, W. Wilson, W. Wise-
man, D. Wright, I. Wright, N.
Wright, S. Wright, N. Yarnell,
Working in the book store,
Mrs. Wilma Crippen helps fresh-
men, Beverly and Randy White,
as they buy the many, many
books freshmen must have.
Rows 1-5: P. Abshier, S. Adams,
E. Ailes, J. Alderson, V. Alex-
ander, P. Allen, R. Amor, P.
Anderson, N. Anderson, R. An-
derson, R. Anderson, D. Arnett,
M. Arnett, S. Artis, B. Averitt
G. Ayres, P. Bain, R. Bake-
meyer, B. Baker, M. Barnes, E.
Barry, J. Basey, C. Batchellor,
C. Baugh, B. Baugh, R. Baugh-
man, M. Bagget, D. Bayt, B.
Bean, T. Beaumont, W. Becker,
T. Benson, B. Bertram, V. Bey-
erlein, D. Biggs, C. Billhimer, J.
Bilyeu, J. Bindhamer, A. Binish-
off, R. Black
T. Blair, R. Blakley, R. Bodish,
D. Bohall, P. Bohn, R. Borchers,
S. Boring, P. Bostick, M. Bot-
B. Bowers, C. Bowman, S. Bow-
man, B. Bracken, B. Branden-
burg, R. Brandenburg, W.
Brame, M. Branham, M. Branson
B. Breedlove, L. Bridges, R.
Briley, J. Briner, B. Brown, B.
Brown, N. Brundage, S. Brown,
P. Bryant, W. Bucklew, B.
Bundy, P. Burdine, J. Burke,
L. Burkhart, B. Burks, B. Bur-
nell, W. Bush
B. Butler, F. Caldwell, C. Cald-
well, M. Campbell, C. Carnine,
E. Carr, J. Carroll, E. Carson,
C. Cates, C. Catt, V. Catt, J.
Cecil, E. Chambers, D. Chance,
G. Chapman, J. Charles, T. Chas-
H. Cheshier, B. Clark, D. Clark,
J. Clark, K. Clark, S. Clarke,
D. Cloe, S. Cloud, R. Cole
L. Coleman, P. Coleman, C. Col-
lett, J. Collins, J. Collins, K.
Collins, J. Collingsworth, P. Col-
vin, P. Combs
V. Combs, B. Cook, L. Cook, R.
Cook, L. Coomes, B. Copsy, H.
Corbett, K. Corey, W. Cork
W. Cornett, K. Cox, M. Cox, B.
Cozine, R. Craig, C. Crawley, J.
Cravens, D. Cribelar, B. Crick
L. Calver, S. Cunningham, M.
Cupp, S. Curtis, V. Darrell, R.
Davenport, L. Davis, D. David-
son, R. Davidson
D. Dayes, R. Denny, W. Denton,
G. Dickens, E. Dixon, K. Dob-
bins, C. Dodd, C. Dodd, S. Dodd
C. Dodson, V. Dodson, J. Doll,
N. Donovan, D. Dooley, V. Dotts,
Doty, H. Dove, H. Downton
K. Drake, M. Drecher, R. Duff,
B. Dugar, R. Duke, J. Dulla, J.
Dunigan, P. Dunn, E. Edwards
J. Eller, C. Ellis, J. Embry, C.
Culiss, E. Everage, P. Ewing, J.
Fears, R. Federspill, J. Fergu-
K. Field, R. Finch, M. Fish-
burn, J. Fletcher, M. Flinn, J.
Flint, J. Floyd, M. Floyd, M.
R. Foxworthy, J. Franklin, L.
Franklin, R. Frederick, J. Free-
man, T. Frost, N. Frye, V. Ful-
bright, C. Gaalema
V. Gano, L. Gardner, R. Gar-
net, J. Gasper, W. Gedig, D.
Gilbert, J. Gill, B. Gipson, R.
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Juniors aided the Washing-
tonians in making the Big Sis-
ter-Little Sister party a success.
Here Eunice Reynolds serves re-
freshments to Sharon Keithley,
Joyce Burnell, Linda Israel, and
D. Goode, J. Goodlet, N. Goode,
G. Goodwin, L. Gosnell, M. Gra-
cie, S. Graves, G. Green, M.
J. Greogory, P. Gregory, A.
Griffin, S. Griffith, R. Grimes, B.
Haleman, C. Halfaker, L. Half-
aker, J. Hamm
S. Handak, L. Harmon, P. Har-
mon, H. Harmish, J. Harper, C.
Harris, B. Harrison, L. Harvey,
A. Hawks, D. Haynes, J. Hazel,
D. Hazelwood, W. Heidenreich,
P. Hendricks, E. Henderson, L.
Henderson, P. Hendren
N. Hendren, L. Henry, M. Hen-
ry, J. Herring, G. Hicks, P. Hig-
grins, B. Hightower, K. Hilde-
brand, D. Hill
P. Hill, R. Hill, S. Hillman, J.
Hilton, M. Himes, P. Hinman,
D. Hinton, J. Hodges, S. Hodges
D. Holbrook, D. Hood, D. Horn-
er, N. Hoskins, J. House, L.
Howard, E. Hughes, P. Hulitt,
B. Hunnicutt, K. Hylton, L.
Ison, L. Israel, F. Ivancic, J.
Jackson, R. Jackson, F. Jack-
son, S. James
B. Jaquess, F. Jaynes, R. Jeffer-
son, G. Jeifras, S. Jent, G. Jew-
ell, B. Jones, C. Jones, D. Jones
E. Jones, L. Jones, M. Jones,N.
Jones, S. Jones, S. Jones, B.
Johnson, D. Johnson, F. John-
J. Johnson, N. J o hn s on , R.
Joltnson, J. Johnston, B. Joseph,
D. K an y , V., Kaufaman, T.
Keck, R. Keefer
R. Kelley, B. Kemp, N. Kent,
E. Kenyon, D. Kern, J. Kern-
ohan, J. Kidwell, R. King, L.
R. Kininmonth, R. Kiphart. C.
Kirby, S. Klingler, J. Knapp,
L. Knight, T. Knight, T. Kop-
mann, D. Kugelman
W. Land, M. Larison, E. La-
Velle, K. Lawalin, D. Lawson,
S. Lay, R. Leach, S. Leak, J.
R. Leeper, H. Leeper, D. Lewis,
J. Lewis, J. Lewis, R. Lewis,
J. Lewzader, G. Ligon, L. Lin-
S. Linville, C. Lippens, A. Liv-
ingston, O. Livingston, S. Log-
an, R. Long, F. Love, J. Lovis-
cek, B. Lowery
M. Lowery, R. Lumsdom. G.
Luttrell, I. Barnett, S. Maddox,
R. Mahaffe, P. Mahan, D. Ma-
haney, S. Mance
R. Maples, S. Marsh, J. Martin,
K. Martin, M. Martin, R. Martin,
J. Mascoe, M. Masner, L. Mason
B. Matthews, D. Mayfield, D.
Mazzie, P. McCoun, A. Mc-
Cullough, D. McCullough, W.
McCraw, P. McDonald, C. Mc-
J. McLaughlin, N. McNabb, L.
McPherson, R. McQuinn, D.
Meadows, R. Medaris, P. Med-
jesky, J. Miles, B. Miller
D. Miller, J. Miller, R. Miller,
R. Miller, T. Miller, J. Mitch-
ell, J. Mitchell, R. Mitchell, J.
S. Montgomery, C. Moore, D.
Moore, J. Moore, T. Morrell, A.
Morris, R. Morris, L. Morton,
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C. Mundy, M. Muse, J. Myers,
J. Nave, P. Nesbit, D. New-
land, A. Nix, E. Nixon, R Nor-
D. Nungester, P. Orebaugh, D.
Osting, D. Overman, J. Over-
street, P. Pace, C. Parker, P.
Parker, D. Paschal
M. Peterson, G. Pemberton, M.
Pemberton, N. Phelps, R. Phil-
lips, R. Phillips, W. Poland, M.
Pollard, S. Pool
Welcome-Miss Horne greets
the freshman girls at the an-
nual Big and Little Sister Party.
This event is sponsored by the
Rows 6-7 : C. Potter, J. Powell,
L. Price, V. Pritchard, P. Prit-
chett, L. Proctor, J. Puckett, E.
Qualls, J. Quinn, E. Quinnett,
W. Radford, P. Ratcliff
B. Reddy, C. Renfro, W. Ren-
ner, B. Reynolds, J. Reynolds,
K. Reynolds, M. Rice, B. Ridge,
D. Roberts., D. Roberts, J. Rob-
erts, N. R o b ert s, S. Roberts,
W. Roberts, D. Robertson, J.
Robinson, R. Rogers
I. Roseberry, N. Rothman, P.
Rothwell, E. Rubin, J. Rush,
D. Russell, R. Russell, V. Rus-
sell, V. Russell
R. Samples, J. Sampson, G.
Sanford, R. Schaffer, S. Schaf-
fer, J. Schubert, J. Schwartz,
N. Selch, T. Sesslar
N. Shedd, N. Shelton, D. Shep-
herd, S. Shew, D. Shoulders-,
B. Simons, K. Sights, A. Siders,
S. Skinner, R. Slater, M.
Slinker, B. Smith, D. Smith,
D. Smith, D. Smith, J. Smith,
U. Smith, C. Smock, M. Smo-
therman, R. Spear, R. Spica, M.
Spink, C. Spivey, S. Spingen
A. Steentegen, D. Stephens, R.
Thompson, D. Stewart, L. Ste-
wart, W. Stinson, J. Stalt, J.
Strelshberry, F. Strong
G. Stutz, L. Summers, J. Sum-
ner, J. Sumner, J. Summitt, S.
Sutton, P. Swafford, J. Tack-
well, M. Taylor
V. Taylor, B. Terhune, P. Terry,
M. Theobald, E. Thomas, J.
Thomas, S. Thomas, J. Thomp-
son, D. Thornbrough
M. Tibbs, S. Tibbs, C. Tolbert,
S. Tolar, B. Townley, H. Town-
send, G. Truex, T. Trusty, K.
F. Turner, F. Turpin, A. Under-
wood, R. Underwood, S. Vance,
B. Van Demar, B. Vandergriif,
L. Varvel, D. Vaseloff
C. Vaughn, T. Vester, R. Vin-
cent, H. Voght, E. Walker, S.
Walker, S. Walker, P. Wallace,
P. Waltz '
C. Washburn, M. Washburn, L.
Washington, D. Weaver, L.
Wehr, D. Weir, C. Wells, W.
Wells, J. Westmoreland
S. Wheeler, H. Whitmer, B.
White, D. White, M. White-
moss, R. Wilham, J. Willet, B.
J. Williams, K. Williams, J.
Willoughby, J. Wilson, L. Wise-
man, R. Wiseman, W. Wolfe,
B. Wood, C. Wood
Rows 11-13: R. Woolums, J.
Wright, K. Wright, R. Wycolf,
T. Wyland, J. Young, R. Young,
V. Zellmer, H. Zigler
An unidentified usher fwe
know but we wouldn't tellj is
caught sleeping on the job.
washington on the go. . .
Trying to buy a product without advertis-
ing is like reaching for something with closed
eyes. Continental families and friends, for the
first time, can turn to the pages of the '58
Post for helpful shopping hints. In the past
the business leaders have been real partners
in making each school function a success. This
year these same business leaders have become
a part of the '58 Post through their advertis-
ments, taking advantage of the opportunity to
reach Washington's buying population.
That's Where Our Money Goes-
Pictufrrd are just a few of the
items that drain a, teenagefs purse.
Night and Day ....
After the game
Stop at CHET'S
0 FRENCH FRIED
O FRENCH FRIES
Phone Your Order In . . .
It VVill be Ready
Evinrude Boat8c Motors
3601 West 16 th Street
Kerkhofls is headquarters
for all marine equipment.
Ralph Wilham, Richard
S sslar, and J ll Carte
2125 West Washington Street
Wise buyers shop at Sablosky's,
the friendly neighborhood store.
Nancy Hancock and Sandra Flese
Walgreen's Drug Store
1921 West Washington St.
Our fountain and prescription
service is known all over town.
Peggy Bostick, V enettia Eddy
Josephine Baker, Carol Earls
Marsha-JW'h t d Janet
1453 S. Reisner
M e 2-6351
You would be happy
too, if someone gave
you flowers from
Royster and Askin's
2310 W. Washington 1
ANOTHER SA TISFIED
Wadsworth Regal l
3431 W. Michigan
The food and the service
are the best in the West.
Betty Sm h Linda Wads th
Alumni Who go to
Ronnie and Nicky Ueffrasl
Macy saved enough, on their
furniture at Berliers to pur-
chase this new television set.
E 1' 9 Furniture Company
er S 2124 West Washington
Point With Pride at
By buying their furniture at
Berliers Sonny and Mary Kaye
CMo0reJ Nickels were able to
save enough to get a refrig-
Savings and Style
Saving on their furniture at
Berliers made it possible for
Terry and Donna CSmithJ
Dobbs to buy an automatic
washer and dryer.
Don't Do lt Yourself !
2128 W. Washington
Serving you by promptly and
accurately filling your perscriptions.
STEP On In .
2538 W. 10th Street
And buy the finest elec-
trical appliances made.
Dorothy Medich, Micky Sanders
3433 W. 16th Street
Flowers from B L 0 0 MS
speak a language all their own.
Jerry Barnaby, Jim Saylor, Sandra Edwards
OUR QUEENS GO. . GO. . GO. .
FOR DAIRY QUEEN
Cook's Dairy Queen
135 W. Washington
2425 W. Morris
You'll Love The Cone
With The Curl On Top!
Chun' Hedges, zane uzar, ave Sanders
WHA T'S COOKYV?
y 2038 W. Morris
For special occasions or
just a night out treat your
parents to a real meal at
ALWAYS GOOD COOKING
WHAT HIT ME?
R.F. Lindeman Agency
3604 W. 16th street
You don't have to worry if
you're insured at Lindeman's.
Sharon Smith, Jo A t
Kiefer Floral Co.
2901 W. 16th Street
With over 50 years of experi-
ence, Kiefer's give you that
something extra With every Hower.
Janet Smith, Kathy Becker, Mr. Kiefer
THE Y'RE OFF T0 . . .
Ind'pls Engraving Co.
611 N. Park Avenue
Where your pictures are
made into fine engravings.
JudyKyS th KyP
READY TO GO . . .
AT A MOMENT'S NOTICE
1228 W. Washington
Me 7 0092
You get faster and
speedier service be-
cause of our two-
Way radio system.
h' Mr. White,
1639 Lafayette Road
Me 5 7321
It makes horse
sense to buy that
car at Bud Gates.
SEE BUD GATES . . .
EGR YGUR NEXT NEW OR USED CAR
About My Pop .
'tYou know, my pop took the senior pictures in
this book...and most of the activity pictures...
and all of the club pictures. . .We must have him
take our Wedding pictures. . .He's so good.
Michele Richardson, Paul Loudermilk
SUPER SERVICE .
Complete Car Service
W. l. Super Service
2001 West Morris St.
Tires and Batteries
Rush E. Brentfnger
HERE 'S H 0 W
Here's how to enjoy yourself Q
with the Pause that Refreshes. 2
Linda Hefner, Diane Stovall, T
David Cook, Jean Potts, Bruce
Barr, Rita Ruble, ana' Sharon
Quality ana' Courtesy
Department Store 'l
2137 West Morris
The folks at Ramsey's 3
believe there is no substitute
Vaughn England, Phyllis Rollman, 3
Janice Burton, and Jack Montgomery
George W. Usher
2313 West Washington Street
Finest possible t . . . at lowest
service. . . . . 5 possible cost.
Ambulance Me 2-9352
SHE,D LIKE THAT!
916 State Life Bldg. ME 2-3800
Sandra Flesser, Eddy Eads
BOUND TO BE BEST
H 8: H
630 N. College
ME 8 - 3529
Nancy Hildenbrand, Harold B
NOSE FOR NEWS
George Washington High School
"Your yearbook and newspaper,
composed and printed by your
classmates." Few schools can
make that statement.
Lonnie McClellan sprays the i
special Valentine iss
and away we go
Planning and producing the Post to cap-
ture the highlights and memorable events
of 1958 required the time and energy of many
people. Helpful hints and guidance from sum-
mer journalism institutes at Indiana Univer-
sity and Florida State aided the staff in plan-
ning a dummy.
Underclassmen had their pictures snap-
ped by National School Studios while seniors
visited the studios of Earl Loudermilk. Mr.
Loudermilk also took many of the activity
pictures in the book. Many of the informal
pictures were taken by Larry Combs, student
into the adult world
photographer. Indianapolis Engraving Com-
pany made our 110 zinc cuts.
Boys in the print shop combined the pic-
tures and copy into the seven signatures of
the Post. Through the supervision of the print-
shop teachers, Mr. Walter Mendel and Mr.
Michael Barrett, and journalism advisor, Miss
Mary Benedict, the Post was completed. The
final touch was added by H 8: H Bookbinding
Students, particularly departing seniors,
can turn the pages to recapture the memories
of high school.
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