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

 - Class of 1961

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INDI,-XX.-X 1 A f Post ' w N - Ami ' 4 "N'w.? 1 Z: .av Wi! E59 -v 'K S .5 iw , 4 N Q1 . fi 'Fri ' :s:. i -V w. 41 gy ww, ' MMF, yu ' qw I ff'-5.,M f e, . , H fx? he ifferenc M ' 5 ' ,4 ur 1 'ff- , f 'dui 4 t 1115. 4.2230 ' 4 '1g:3:Z75F!E:' - dz, ' 9-:mi , 1 Daring to be intelligently, delightfully different, Continentals declare their loyal devotion to George Washington High School . . . They merge their various backgrounds and interests to form a single unit. The '61 POST staff strives to present the tale of these dilferences. page classes . . 10 activities . . 28 athletics . . -H friends . . . 62 advertisers . . . 118 fi on 'fd X J M 2: ,f 4. Nw , 1 N V: 4' X ,, - W' 1 f 'I-. ,rut R Ju J xi ,r I Lvl 5-u.'A 'I , J Hey! Hey! Loyal Continentals "stand up" to cheer our team tory, while team members bring recognition to our school. 4 I ,M to another vic- X "Twenty v0tes for-" Reading hack results of the senior election is senior Karen Turner, "Vote for me!" Ken Corey and Jim Loviscelq each try to persuade Paulette Huff for her vote dur- ing senior class elections. ,A xx . . . Adding loyalt to tradition, Realizing the demands of society. pupils strive to advance their knowledge through ex periences obtained in four years at Washington. These years become more profitable as Contin entals develop loyalty at home and at school. "0uch!" Mrs. R 0 s em a 1' y Winters assists Rohm Clark, homecoming escort, with his lroutonnierv, Her Royal Higghness. Mr. XYully Nehrling present roses to Homecoming Queen Judy XY1nnpler. . - 21 r5Y1,H0l.U'lvn A, ull' I7Al'5W'li5' U5 4-Hows . vs1ol.omr.xl.A1125.8 ' f n.mn.1::-.1 Lx L "This is it." Outstanding girl scientist Diane Osting prepares her winning pro- ject. . 1-ff, His Honor, Bob Leeper performs as acting mayor of the city. in f ,L K' er 2- 6, 3 5 ,-1 f .Wig , l ' fs A 3 M5521 3 Hd Good Citizens. Judy Powell received the D. A. R good citizenship award for leadership and scholarship 6 K.w if aww-suns 1 ' ,.., ,A,,,,,,A,,,,,, ,, . . ...-.-. .-.-. WSJ, :,,::,f,,,z,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,ge,,g,,.,.V..,....,W,.M,zuuwvz,V -W- V - 7 ' ' if Q . . fi 3 I+ X , ,3 if . , ..,i.W, ,.6m:..::::.m.. M, ,..,., WW.. . .W ew. ,,.,s,,...,,-..n.,..,, ,, ,V Yd?SXe.e,g fX Da I X N 'cf' I J X gg it fa , J 5 gg ',,, X ! g Recognition and awards await the pupil who strives to achieve "above and beyond the call" of assignments. Extending from simple compliments to pins or plaques, intra-school awards lead to scholastic recognition from state and national sources. Such honorary titles as "Outstanding Girl Scientist of Indiana" and "Mayor for a Day" are bestowed upon promis- ing students who become the proof of a job well done in the scholastic field. Through personal initiative, Continentals meet the challenge of rivalry and receive the reward of leadership. str Think! Think! Think! Members ol' the Expedition To Knowledge panel are Pat Coleman, Tom Blair, Judy Powell, and Bill Becker, iving for recognition, XX IQ N, if f N"'4"1+ QQ, N . .ii. Nw. Zi..- ...A Democracy in action, Preparing her winning' speech for the "I Speak for Democracy" contest. Rosa l.ee Clark gathers research material. 7 M Q Q' X Q-ui X 'N 5 3? 'Q' x MN ,X ixlt v ,g Q md -V x..x A vm Mg, ex ,A Q cyl-. .xi . . 'Q 1' ' X Q .N M -1 "Ti A .X 5 N' Q' 5 nn N , Practice, practice, practice! Vaudeville performers Charlene Day and Bon- . nie Dodd listen intently to Mrs. Marjorie Henderson's instructions. l V 1 Back to school. Mrs. Margaret McWilliams explains parts of the school cur- I riculum to parents who visited the school for Open House. 8 'I Continentals create "Spirit of '61". . . Assistant? J o e Hendricks helps Pat O 1' e b a u g h serve punch at an after school dance. Students who volunteer their services un- der the titles of "usher" and "assistant" find themselves running errands, Keeping records in order, or alphabetizing names in the span of one period. Bookstore attendants serve Washington by selling books, taking inventory, and balancing supplies on hand. Ushers carry messages and call slips to respective destina- tions. Learning through actual experience, clin- ic assistants, gym assistants, library assistants, and audio-visual assistants better understand the many phases of school life. Big Wheels, Mr. Kramer and Mr. Julian assist Parent Teacher Association oliicers Mrs. Harry Harrington, Mi James Leeper, Mrs. Aaron Leak, and Mrs. Edward Horner Willing workers. John luCGl'6'XV and Robert X Anderson devote much of their spare time to the audio-visual department. , , . ,I SA E lx vw 1 12 5' Y V . 3 z T I 22 . , 3 ii .2 I ,S ,A Qs In Classes The Difference is ks +7 eff xx W 633 2 QQ5NdIIWf"''lilllmvs' i 10 Directing Continentals toward academic excellence, teachers form the core of our cultural World. Pupils find that their daily assignments place them in keen competition with classmates in order to secure top grades... Teachers instill the desire to work intensively in crossing the line between mediocrity and excellence... ,Ib X H f The great orator. Mrs. Florence Smith listens care- fully to the class recitation given by Pat Kira. Research, reports aid nglish study , ? it , 224 3 W, ff?fv,agQ ' 14" ' 2 . l ,.,, , ,,,.,, , 1 1 552 ' 5 in 5 'V i i W1 2 V 2 An. 1 Q Rx?-v-HTL: -' Y A . Mui Improving one's g r a m m a r, composition, spelling, and literary knowledge, English study tends to re-educate the pupil in the proper use of his everyday language. Fundamental skills stressed in English I through English III guide pupils to advancements in writing skills in the courses of English IV through English VII. Ad- vanced composition cultivates writing ability while English IX explores our great literary heritage. Laboratory reading in early English increases comprehension and speed ability. Four new English teachers add newness to standard methods of teaching practiced at Washington. "I know it's here." Many Continental students spend study hall and other spare moments in the library. The foundation upon which our English language is formed, foreign languages help the student who wishes to attend college. Including not only the underlying histories of Latin and Spanish speaking countries, but also the every- day habits of the native people, these courses add an extra spark to ignite the curiosity of Continentaland. Collecting the annual contribution to the Care fund, language students find relief in the knowledge that they are helping their fellow man. Translating Spanish phrases in the new laboratory room, students receive personal at- tention and aid in the study of the Spanish language. Languages give insight to other nations Magistral Sharon Callan, Sally Worrell, Sharon Corbin, Sandy Marsh and Diane Osting are assisted with their lesson hy Mrs. Hester Erwin, 18 -- 4, ,,,., ,F TQ,7,f'j '?cfiZ'fffiV1fl r Aig-bh. 'Assisting Sue Douglass with her geome- try problems are Bob Eder and Richard Johnson ,fiig ...Z Creating an interest in a new and different language, Washington's math d e p a r t m e n t teaches pupils to speak in terms of formulas, equations, and mathematical definitions. There are many classes of math offered during a Con- tinental's four school years. Although only one year of math is required, many students con- tinue to enroll in math courses each semester. Continentals continue their math studies by taking such advanced courses as geometry, trig- onometry, college algebra, analytic geometry, and senior math. Whether a student enrolls in required courses or elective courses, he obtains knowledge that is vital to college bound pupils. ath vital to colle e-bound students f ,V 4 3 AZQQ.. L f' "Q-ff. I ,f fy: 2,3 ,f 1 ff, ff f M 1 We got it. Newton Roberts and Anita Morris lend mutual assistance in the college algebra class. a-l-bic. Learning the fundamental algebraic equa- tions is the goal of all freshmen enrolled in Algebra I. , ,, Wy? ff We Precisi0n's the word. Frank Ivancic, Judy Tarfk- well, and Don Rose watch the results of an experiment. Science opens new doors of learning Joining the fast-moving atomic age, Con- tinentals gather knowledge of the world about them through the influence and guidance of members of the science department. Biology. chemistry, and physics enable pupils to tal-ze advantage of the opportunities offered them and to complete their experiments with mod- ern facilities. Stimulating the great minds of tomorrow, the science library serves science pupils as they complete their research and study on compli- cated projects. Science advancements become important to tomorrow's scientists. ae 'ra isis? as S 5 S s is A X X QQ. S if ? R m X NX? A .cms i Gifisisrw - , 4am5"'N,.,w"f1 X Finished! Paul Dunn and Judy Wanipler, biology students, compare types of leaves in their collections. 15 x Vz,'mf,'ff"4 f f 3291 f f' f" A v. , ff Q M. ji.. 'Q,y-if 'll X1wWA, A 2 ' 4 T , W X 5 X ii 1 f-X 4 .' X 52 i sss gefaf -2 V "It's right there." Kenny Drake points out a Latin American country to Shirley Logan and Janice Lee. History brings World "to fingertipsv Discovering that history repeats itself, pupils observe the World and its problems. Studying the '60 national election and lholding their own class elections, American government pupils prepare for the day when they can vote. Seniors gain experience in the field of invest- ment by "buying" stocks and chartingithe pro- fits daily. World history. Indiana history, and United States history provide affoundation with which to evaluate past events with current events. A scholarship offered by the LillY Foundation opens the road to higher education for excelling students. "Up 2 points." Michael Flinn and Lillian Gosnell plot the rise and fall of stocks in their economics class. 16 9 , "Hush, rush, rush!" A shorthand class xxiiti t 1 speedy dictation given by team-lier Miss llait Accuracy, speed sought in business Transforming the student into an execu- tive H0iure,. business courses reveal the tech- O niques used by successful businessmen in the undertaking of financial transactions. Book- keeping, typing, and shorthand outline an ef- fective short cut to an eiiicient business. Junior of the business explores the financial aspects administrative world and probes deeper into what actually constitutes a business oflice. By practical application of well-learned business principles, students gain efliciency and experi- ence in business law and office practice classes. Slight pause. Mike Tsakrios looks over his assign- ment as Jan Moore writes her answer for Miss Keck. 'isis "Where's my food?" Connie Farley complains as she waits for Mable Jones and Karen Tucker to serve her. Tailored suits and coats appear With the magic of a stitch in time during the course Clothing V for advanced p u p i l s. Instructors guide the younger generation in such courses as foods, clothing, and family living. Adopting sound methods of homemaking, pupils gain self- coniidence and assurance of a successful future. Boys occasionally enroll in culinary courses and find satisfaction in meeting the challenge of homemaking. Increased enrollment in home hy- giene, home management, and family living reflects the pupils' inclination toward adulthood. Culinary, millinery arts explored "No, like this." Mrs. Luther demonstrates to Barbara Pickard the correct way to sew a garment. yu Q V L 7M-VI? A 'Q--.. "No, it goes here!" Under the supervision oi' Mr. Weaver, Teri Kerby and Hob Vandcrgritf work on their class project. ' 66 ' QQ Shops UHVCII trlcks of trade Producing usable items, numerous boys discover occupational possibilities t h r o u g li Washington's vocational classes. These classes cushion Continentals for the job uncertainties that follow graduation. Ranging from screw- drivers to tube radios, and from blue prints to constructions, projects add invaluable training to the schedule of shop majors. Contrary to pop- ular belief, vocational courses are not limited to those unable to maintain a full academic sched- ule. Boys must have above average intelligence to do Well in shop courses. Once mastered, these courses provide graduates with training nec- essary for deiinite vocations. "VVatch it!" Leroy Suylor tests the service device I grinding metals while Don DeBo1-dc acts as spotter. ...X "Made with my own two hands." Mary Jones and Steve Smothers create useful articles in craft arts class. Artists create minor masterpieces Displaying their creativity, Continental artists line the halls of Washington with minor masterpieces. Drawing, painting, or sketching, pupils exhibit imagination and talent on canvas. Craft arts courses offer students opportunities for creating such articles as modern art in plas- ter of paris and in string designs. Posters made by the commercial art classes were displayed in post offices to encourage early mailing at Christ- mas. Continental artwork, long noted for ex-- cellence, captured forty-eight blue ribbons, gold keys, or honorable mention awards at the Cen- tral Indiana Regional Art Exhibition Contest. The quality of workmanship of pupils entitled Washington to rank second in the state. Artists at work. Displaying art projects, Mona Hut- ton and Bill Case search for "just one more space." Under the skilled direction ot' physical edu- cation teachers, Washington students generate energy and enthusiasm throughout their daily classes. Games and exercises provide healthy outlets for emotions of students. Health, the study of our physical and emotional problems, creates an understanding of the human organ- ism. First aid and driver's education, now a combined course, reveal the policies and proce- dures of safe and skilled driving by actual "he- hind the wheel" experiences. ,gf "Up we go!" Boys enrolled in gym classes find 1'-:pt climbing is an excellent way to develop co-ordination hysical Ed stimulates mind, body "In comes the good air." Mrs. Elixaheth llattiell grades Marilyn Arnot on correct teclmiques ot' admin- istering artilicial 1'espiration. nn'mnz,, : x' Xm.,ccw ,uwansmmwxwwlm .lr XxmwwssxxsxswmsmxmzuxmsxN. xs-xxx ,fx .rs M - Echoing melodies. Menihers of the Girls' Ensemble are S. Smith, P. Cloud, L. Ison, S. Corbin, S. Marsh, D. Eller, J. French, N. Hoskins, M. Gill, and L. Clarkston. MW5 .wht vocalists perfect tone Voicing their talent. Participating in Boys' Concert club are Row 1: L. Stinson, H. Johnson, G. Hart, M. Fishburn, D. Grider, J. Mitchell, C. Schaefer, M. Parker, C. Ellis, S. Baker, B. Andersong row 2: J. Sadler, M. . i , ,Y-,Q . ,Q Qjf' f V r, . , ,X , 7, ,',. 'fd if ' v 'W V' ' 43" 'T X A ffi 6 gg 5 4-ff Korcl, C. Hui, B. Heidenreich, K. Obergfell, J. Koon, A. Darringer, K. Ross, H. Foster, L. Cope, R. Lacewell, and R. Long. The boys participate in the programs of neighborhood organizations during the year. W f , . - ffi ' sis . 3 1 ig? 5 K ., ,i, ,, gt M UU, ,r vf25f'fj,Ljv,ymy'yf -5 x 9' -j,,,g,..4? f 2 71 ,Z M? ' ,if W f Y "f ff' 2, 47 Filling the air with music. Colonial Chorus members include Row 1: S. Kinney, B. Anderson, P. Turner. C. Dodd, D. Kany, B. Kemp, S. Smith, J. Collins, J. De- Moss, M. Brown, M. Staten, A. Underwood, row 2: P. Bain, S. Adams, J. Dodson, B. White, L. Gosnell, D. Goode, J. Kernohan, D. Miller, C. Gugenheim, J. Wam- pler, K. Fields, B. Duff, J. Jeffrasg row 3: K. Wright, G. Meek, P. King, D. Cope, R. Pemberton, M. Gill, K Genty, L. Tomlinson, S. McCann, S. Wheeler, P. Gam- mon, D. Rose, B. Foreman, K. May: row 4: B. Anflerson J. Arvin, L. Radford, S. Owens, L. Sprowl, R. Petty D. Jones, T. Beaumont, B. Guggenheim, R. Mitchell, I-I Murff, D. Henry, L. Ransdell, and M. Flinn. arge choral groups entertain Musical Maidens. Members of the Girls' Concert Club who entertain at school and within the community are Row 1: Mrs. Edna Long, accompanist, S. Marlowe, C, Swarts, L. Bennett, J. Stott, B. Dodd, C. Wise, M Medsker, S. Schneider, P. Cloud, D. Lewis, S. Douglass, N. Rothman, K. Mc-Calister, S. Seller, Mrs. Ruth King, director: row 2: B. Kremer, M. Lewis, P. Miller, N. Wor- reil, C. Dodd, S. Elliot, J. Lee, S. Tolar, L. Holbrook, C Gugenheim, C. Green, K. Genty, M. Bowman, J. Hinton. N. Brundage, M, Arnotg row 3: S. Reddick, S. Burnell. C. Peterson, M. Thomas, S. Stephens, C. Cook. B. Smith, S. Powell, R. Herndon, E. Washington, Y. Russell. S. Arnold, J. Wills, D. Eller: row -1: M. Doty. C. Zeronik, D. White, J. Warren, L. Brunt, S. Dempsey, S. Loren- dahl, S. Wheeler, P. Huff. M. Lyons, E. Quinnett, B. Aus- hrooks, L. Clarkson, J. DeMoss, S. Bunch, and B. Luder. 771 ' . 'H , , A . .., , . Q. . - ,- I. ,, ts . I f,. :QQ yt N Q. sw . V ' ' .-ww " . ' :J Xi' . N" 4. - X .s .af get t . , .1 Aga 2 '- w T X - s . J ' p N A .,.. 'N S is Q X ' . E. ft j .:" " ifN ,. "112:'fTi A r 1 ' 5 4 X xx - 'Ns . st Q Q - ' ' .- Q, 55,254,535-. X 'X X . ik- X ,JN , Ame . .W A 2 :J X ., Q f ' -- 1 'X' . e X c P -A ' .N . t X X ss X Q .fx 1 N g ' .t . 0 ' -' . Nz N S I KY .. . .. K Q' K is in s . . 't '- X . ' t , . 1 X wwf. - R .- s f ' F .- ' Q, SU , . K X ' . use f ' X e . - - Q . . .' we 1 . ...nf . ' . . Q . .. " -sf X . si' Y- 'Ng 4 " XS " X Q X X Qs sf N X NS s PENS E . ' -me . s ings X - A 3 X A Q S- , .xt X X 5, Exe s ss. . - 'Q' ."" ' ' o S 3 Q' N A . X 'xi' , N r ' n Practice makes perfect. Band members include J. Stott, row 3: Mr. Funk, director, C. Hatcher, W. Row 1: E. Henderson, G. MCF8ll, K. Trout, G. Terry, E. Stennis, R. Such, K. Shultz, J. Rust, row 2: D Gregory, G. Strange, J. May, R. Funk, R. Bremer, R. Long, J. Young, T. Jaquess, S. Jackson, D. Strayhorn S. Simpson, S. Kinney, L. Weaks, S. Phillips, R. Crou- cher, N. Brundage, C. Edwards, M. Singer, D. Dooley, Russell, T. Holloway, M. Lloyd, W. Dafoe, M. Howard, I. Wilson, L. Ransdell, R. Hunnicutt, R. Roberts, T. Giles, C. Roberts, J. Badgett, R. Burdett, J. Kidwell, R. Weaver, L. Orr, M. Powell, K. Ross, E. Miller, and K. Drake. Seven members of the group qualified for the All-City Band. Music is inspiration "This is how it's done." Kenny Drake, drum major, explains a new formation to Sue Groff, Lana Eisele, Marilyn Smotherman, Barbara Doll, Mary Ann Alexander, and Sandra Dodd. Champagne Music? Members oi' the orchestra are Row 1: S. Marsh, A. Dreher, L. Ott, D. Merriweather, D. Phillips, R. Geo1'ge, C. Rose, R. Herndon, S. Geiling, M. Pefiiey, N. Frye, row 2: E. Upton, E. Thomas, S. Despain, D. Roberts, C. Baker, S. Wilson, E. Collings- worth, D, George, M. Tibbs, R. Roberts, R. Bremer, G. Stuckey, S. Simpson, B. Doll, J. Roberts, B. Easton, to Continentals Inspiring Continentals with the "sound of music," Washington offers a Widespan program for music-minded pupils. Beginning glee clubs start the program with fundamental measures of learning. Notes, rests, bars, and scales be- come familiar signs for reading music as the pupil nears promotion to the Concert clubs. Practicing for convocations and programs, the concert clubs ready students for their advance- ments to Colonial Chorus and Continentalaires. Colonial Chorus,. Continentalaires, and Concert band and orchestra display their accomplish- ments through programs for the student body and surrounding schools and organizations. M. Arnold, G. Bradford, row 3: C. Hughes, ll Kinney D. Funk, M. Lloyd, J. Stott, R. Burdett, J. Kirlwell, l, Orr, E. Miller, T. Jaquess, K. Obergfell, C. Hatcher Standing: G. Terry, G. Henderson, K, Trout, Miss Ros- ser, director, Mrs. Long, P. Mills, M. Furnish, B. Sand- ers. Not shown: R. Long, M. Dulin, B. VanBuskirk, C Landess, and D. Gunere. Beginners learn. David Buddenbgiuni, Dave Bryzint and Nancy Fultz learn fundamental orchestrzition. aw Q, ff!! 'WM .4 k y .-'Qb pf - 5 iqgg Look sharp! Sponsors Carol McKimn,-y, Beverly Carpenter. Pam Waltz, and Bar- bara Brown add 'ta woman's touch" to the Continental ROTC corps. X ,. C' is 9,1 5 0 423 ir? F5 T Glowing with pride. Pam Waltz, Military Ball Queen, and Bar- bara Brown, court member, a1'e escorted by Russell Young and Reid Samuels following the crowning ceremonies. Cadets snare Receiving instruction in dismantling, clean- ing, reassembling, and shooting a rifle early in their training, ROTC cadets become accustomed to rigid military discipline. This course stresses initiative in the practices of actual military techniques. Frequent inspections keep cadets and sponsors at the peak of neatness. Sponsors add poise and distinction to the corps during in- spections and parades. ROTC cadets constantly strive to qualify for promotion to officer status. This year, our cadets captured sharpshooting awards for firing position and for accuracy. Color Guard. Cadets who present the Hag at school activities are Merle VanVolkenburgh, Charles Roberts, Ronald Ballard, and Larry Cope. T26 Q 'V 1 Q 4 Q, Attention! Displaying military discipline are ROTC otlicers Russell Young, Dale Moore, Henry Heginbothain, William Denton, David Wollen. and John Heinzmann in full uniform. sharp shooting award Marksmen. Rifle team nienibers include Wesley Dar- nell, Robert Long, Mickey Eller, Dennis Gray, David Wollen, Robert McFeely, Ralph Pittman, and Charles Roberts. All are underclassinen except Darnell. Salute to the flag. Performing the Hag-lowering cere- mony each Friday, cadets Charles Roberts, Richard Dun- csin, and Elmer Watson honor "Old Glory." 27 NN .Q-'R 'N' 'N - -xy. ,, , l W In Activities Q 59 ' 1 9 The Difference is Diversion Working Without relief breeds dull, unimaginative thinking. Cultivation of interest in afterschool activities creates a strong bond between pupil and school . . . Diverting Continental energy to healthy avocations constitutes the goal of Washington's extracurricular program. This goal is obtained through the joint elfort of pupils and teachers to strengthen and unify the student body. , X X fl fl 1 . l f-J Intra-City Council, Studying information received from the Intra-City Council are Dave Horner, Kenny Turpin, Bill Becker, Maxine Kennedy, and Sandy K. Marsh. During the meetings of the Student Coun- cil, student representatives promote better re- lations between the pupils and teachers of Washington. Miss Leunice Horne, sponsor, and David Horner, president, guide the council members as they discuss rules and policies for Continental guidance. Sponsored by all city schools, the Intra- City Council receives three representatives from each school. This year, Washington's Maxine Kennedy served as vice-president to the Intra- City Student Council. Councils boost teacher, student relations Student government. Members of the Student Council are Row 1: S. Douglass, A. Davidson, F. Hise, E. Lewis, S. Cardwell, A. Chambers, A. Lewis, R. Kimsey, V Kehr, B. Kemp, row 2: V. Mills, C. Swarts, R. Robertl son, J. Olsen, K. Sommer, R. White, B. Smith, C. Opp S. Corbin, J. Warren, C. Gardner, K. Hesselg row 3 Miss L. Horne, sponsor, D. Wilson, S. Popcheff, R. Reichwein, M. Martin, S. Baugh, M. Alexander, D. Hor- ner, J. Nash, K. Hughes, M. Comer, K. Turner, M. Tsakrios, J. Van Blaricum, S. Sellers, row 4: D. Baker, C. McKinney, S. Marsh, L. Jeter, M. Furinsky, D. Wol- len, S. Slaughter, R. Leeper, G. Bland, K. Turpin, N. Poindexter, J. Heinzmann, L. Moneymaker, VV. Burke, R. Burke, and K. Drake. W 'f V X f ff f 1 ,, X . My Q f Sharp seniors. Members of the Honor Society are Row 1: Brenda Kemp, Pat Orebaugh, Nancy Frye, Judy Cassidy, Sharon Vance, Sandy Jones, Rosa Lee Clark, Anita Morris: row 2: Lana Eisele, Sara Maddox, Sherry Leak, Vicki Gano, Judy Powell, Pat Pritchett, Karen Turner, Lynda Israel: row 3: Judy Hamm, Sandy Societies Maintaining a high scholastic average, pu- pils cultivate leadership, scholarship, citizenship. and co-operation to be eligible for the National Honor Society. Continentals who qualify pro- duce high quality work and constantly endeav- or to improve themselves. Quill SL Scroll, an international honor soci- ety for high school journalists, offers recogni- tion for those who have made outstanding con- tributions in the field of journalism. Those vie- ing for membership must meet qualifications similiar to those of the Honor Society. Zip., f. ' , . j ' ' f4 ff? I I 77 ff! ' ' If ry.. ,., - ' Z f I flaw, f 9' f 5 4 ff fl V ,.,, ' 0- . Q I.. X ,f , . z I Z I X v Adams, Russell Young, Sandy Thomas, Judi Kernohan. Dixie Miller, Bill Becker, Barbara Brown, Diane Osting, Maureen Gracie, Sharon Curtis: row 41. Mary Ann Mar- Ieepei Due Shcpheid, Ixcnnv Tuipin hen Coiey lo in Stott P endi Wllll im l D uid llo n 66 99 tin, l'am Waltz, Darrell Lawson, Steve Spurgeon, Bob J .7 Q' Y A l VJ -V l . V ' I sv' . ,l , . 1 ' 'z s, ant 2 " ' 1- 1-1- rasp for top teens ,iss s x J N S 1 .X Qxx .. N agwygkx- Nei. in i 'NSR ' 2 J . T xx 2 gains Honorary Journalists. Quill X Scroll membt-rs are Dalzell, T, Blair, P, Orebaugh, J. Hamm. F. Bain, Handali, C. Catron, P. Huff, li. Turner. B. Williams. Adams, P. llritchett, li. Turpin. J. Hayes. and Joh nson, 81 l..-. .diff . yi, if . i if SN' gn 4 ' A 7 f. A sf a v L13 5 ,gf A N Al Q w 3 'A ' . .Aw Ph., w . yknorwhm , . , ' "rpm, - ,,....--s-'Iii 5. 537- ii WW' K "Look here!" Washingtonian officers Judy Powell, Judi Kernohan, Brenda Williams, Mary Patterson, and Karen Turner look over the minutes of a past meeting. Washingtonians perform school service 4 "Now listen carefully." Delegates to the Purdue con- ference are C. Swarts, P. Coleman, J. Wampler, B. Kloeker, S. Green, D. Hicks, S. Dalzell, and C. Johnson. Recognized for outstanding achievements, Continental representatives travel to all parts of the state and nation to attend conferences throughout the year. ' Participating in operations of state govern- ment, delegates to Girls' and Boys' State hold mock otlices. Members of the journalism staffs take part in conferences at summer institutes and return with ideas to better Continental publications. Forming the Washingtonians, senior girls offer their services to freshmen girls through the Big Sister party each semester. Congratulations! Pam Waltz presents Judy Hamm The business at hand. Looking over special data con- with a pin from Girls' State. They both represented eerning their trip to Boys' State are David Horner, Bill Washington at the student government this year. Becker, Tom Blair, and Robert Leeper. niversities host traveling students M ls' X WX Xxlxl fifth Traveling Journalists. Journalism students who at- Smith, Phyllis Bain, Sandra Adams: row 2: Jean Hayes. tended institutes were Row 1: Ken Turpin, Brenda Wil- Steve Dalzell, Carolyn Catron, Tom Blair, and livelyn liams, Judy Hamm, Karen Turner, Paulette Huif, Barb Thomas. 83 Q 1. .A I 'K+ .,. QW. iktsitgk. Mis. Q . X fi f' S 5 "tx R- 1 fa.e:aA5:ES ' 3 W . . Y'- .ef T41 V ' X . Q. , " .S .-.M mf ' sc.-fe Q . - 1 fs as .V .. f .J - if - ' 4 . ' is ,. 2 -"' 1 '- - 'Z Q 1 v ii 4? -it ' Y i 9 5 X Q 'S Einsteins? Participating in the Science Club are Row 1: B, Anderson, C. McKinney, A. Sommers, Mrs. Crider, sponsor, B. Carpenter, M. Hutton, P. Coleman, A. Mor- risg row 2: W. Carroll, J. Patrick, D, Thomas, S. Tho- mas, J. Kernohan, D. Osting, F. Starkey, M. Gracie, J. Powell, L. Dimitroffg row 3: P. Kira, D. Holloway, C. Johnson, C. Parmley, G. Clark, J. Stott, R. Grimes, D. Kirby, W. Darnell, R. Black, R. Murff, and M. Lyons. Club members study Darwin, Moses Love thy Neighbor. Members of the Bible Club are Row 1: N. Fultz, C, Landess, D. Roberts, M. Brown, M. Stateng row 2: Mrs. McWilliams, sponsor, C. Gugenheim, S, Bunch, D. Davis, D. Eller, C. Greeng row 3: J. Ste- wart, D. Voyles, S. Hudson, J. Strange, J. Wilbur, R. Murff, and J. Minoe. Developing the inventive mind through science, Mrs. Elizabeth Crider,. sponsor of the Science Club, guides interested pupils in the planning and executing of field trips and ex- periments. Every second and third Tuesday of each month, the members meet with their guests for discussions. Acceptance of all religions is the basic goal of the Bible Club under the sponsorship of Mrs. Margaret McWilliams. Members join in the study and discussion of the passages of the Bible and interpret their meanings in terms of modern thinking. Using research and knowledge as keys in debate, the members of the Debate Club, under the guidance of Miss-Allie Dragoo. prepare for debate and speech contests. Opening the door to success, experience soon becomes more valu- able than victory to the debator. Exhibiting poise and talent in acting, the Drama Club members, led by sponsor Mrs. Marjorie Henderson, audition to obtain parts in school plays. Becoming adjusted to "stage life," membe1's step from the darkness of shy- ness into the light of acting. Creating an understanding of fundamental and advanced math, the Math Club, under the guidance of Jerald Wyman, gives an "extra lift" to pupils interested in math advancements. ,fr A V4 ni V, W 1 5 . 3 X1 f' 'J , ,Z " ty' iazff ,, K fy f ,,, V' I ,.f 1 W' f " fy-. . , . Q W f - lvvy 1 2 , 1 ' . V ' 1 A fl , l 7 v ., , , ffywdi. Q I V f il .f . . ::..4, f 4 f r W6 I , ,L..S--iz, -J V 'A- " I-1-11:11. , v .,..... ',.- .3Ef!7.'37'.- . M.:-f-C f 1 . "Resolved that-" Debate Club members are Row 1: Miss Dragoo, sponsor, B. Bacon, .l. Sorrell, S. Green: row 2: D. White, D. Hicks, W. Russell, B. Gregory: row 3: R. Arnett, P. Colvin, C. McEwan, C. Johnson. Teens revere Wilder, febster, Euclid .si XX . Stars of the Future. Members of the Dramatics Club include Row 1: S. Gray, L. Weaks, M. Medsker, S. Weasner, N. Cross, row 2: P. Hedges, L. Myrick, C. Buis, C. Showalter, F. Kampovsky, N. Brundage, J. Timmons, row 3: Mrs. Henderson, sponsor, C. Despot, K. Genty, C. Zeronik, A. Copeland, J. Lee, M. Garrison. V. Burns. They offer several performances a year. 35 iz .RX w Genius? Members of the Math Club in- clude Row 1: Mr. WVy1nan, sponsor, T. Mer- var, C. Gardner, D. Schwalm, A. Morris: row 2: B. Carpenter. D. Osting, S. Smith. R. Koch, A. Summers: row 3: A. Reed. W. Russell, C. Parmley, R. Arnett. B. Picknrd. l X Every little bit helps. Contributing to the Junior Red Cross party box are J. Rust, D. Wollen, T. Rust, S. Adams, D. Baird, J. Newby, M. Alexander, and B. Car- roll. All are organization otlicers and delegates. Issuing posters, membership cards, and la- pel buttons, Junior Red Cross members begin their annual enrollment campaign under the guidance of Mrs. Fimie Richie, sponsor. During the year, its projects range from collecting it- ems to be used at Christmas in hospitals to filling a gift chest to be sent abroad. In spring, city delegates test their alertness in defense during a mock disaster maneuver. " Seeing is believingl' says Junto Club mem- bers. led by Mr. Carl Zenor. as they enjoy many trips throughout the year. The fall meeting of the Indiana Junior Historical Society was held at Wabash College where its members toured campus and visited historical monuments. Dis- cussing the Civil War, Mr. Zenor and six mem- bers of the club made a television appearance. Club finds experience best teacher Historians. Members of the Junto Club are Row 1: M. Bradshaw, L. Baker, E. Carter, J. Wampler, B. Kloeker, M. Durham, C. Swarts, J. Coleman, M. Medsker, B. Kempg row 2: C. Wise, N. Worrell, J. Hamm, S. Wheel- er, D. Merriweather, P. Hedges, M. Gracie, M. Hughes, B. Brown, M, Kennedy, K. Hessellg row 3: M. Barrett, P. Wallace, B. Doll, K. Tucker, J. Tackwell, S. Handak, T. Trusty, J. Wampler, D. Smith, B. Carpenter, M. Shelley, J. Patrick, row 4: J. Fields, D. Schaub, R. Murff, K. Hoffman, C. Spurgeon, L. Orr, J. Koon, S. Grounds, S. Adams, and D. Baker. The groups toured Indiana Central College in the spring. "Et tu Brute"' Representatives of the Latin Cl iff f f 1 ff? f . rl.. X 4. V f 1 ff 4 A : Ivvv . If ,,,, A51 . .1 ' 44" fi, a W. f W 'hula-"""' ub are W, Carroll, C. Potter: row 3: M. Alexander, S. Marsh, Row 1: Callaii, A. Davidson, S. Cardwell, C. Gardner, F. Starkey, J. Stott, R. Murff, J. Mitchell, A. Copeland. 7 I M ian, S. Worrell, and K. Fox. Each yr-ar this club sponsors S Corbin L. Lewis, S. Douglassg row L.: .. oorn oi Gruber, B. Mraz, S. Thomas, C. Crawford, D. Gano, a CARE package drive. Speakers, films inform organizations Forming the Latin Club, interested Latin students further formal knowledge as they be- come absorbed in their special speakers and films. Sponsor Mrs. Hester Erwin guides the members in the planning of the annual spring Roman Banquet. Discussing the fundamentals of teaching, the Future Teachers of America Club meets monthly to analyze and review the methods used in teaching. Films giving added illustra- tions about teaching techniques add variety to interest for members. . ' f . xi .-Q.: X " -. .. ,,, fi X . . - KP '55 ' 59? aff Pt'Clil2i0"'ll9S? Members of the Future 'l'eaclu-rs an - P' Row 1: R. Clark, R. Martin. N. Frye, Mrs. Smith. spon- sor, C. Hoschouer: row 2: D. Eller. D. Cooksey. .I Patrick. S. Leak, D. Osting. R, Koch. N. 'l'uylor, D Hazelwood: row 3: E. Thomas, A. Copeland. S. Grounds R. Murtf, B. Phillips, K. Hoffman. and J. Wymore. Memory makers. Putting the '61 POST together are F. Johnson, J. Hendricks, B. Smith, C. Gruber, P. Huff, Row 1: T. Neidigh, S. Handak, S. Curtis, S. Harring- row 3: T. Blair, R. Young, S. Dalzell, R. White, D. ton, P. Orchaugh, -l. Potter, P. Bain, S. Adams, row 2: Hazelwood, and K. Turner. Post staff preserves "memories of '61" Editors. Tom Blair, managing editor, Sandy Adams, editor-in-chief, and Pat Orebaugh, assistant editor, dis- cuss the plans of the 1961 yearbook with Karen Turner, business manager. 38 Presenting a complete and accurate picture of the school, the POST staff retains significant details of the 1960-61 school year. Striving to create an All-American yearbook, editors con- struct lay-outs of the prospective annual. After months of advanced planning of theme, cover design, and style, the POST staff begins pro- duction of the yearbook. Each detail must be carefully planned to insure an effective display of the year's activities. Skill in page balancing and picture planning add to the quality of the book. Staff members broaden their scope of in- formation in order to convey to Continentals the many reasons for being proud o Washing- ton High School. Production of the annual af- fords an opportunity for creative expression. Being one of the few schools in Indiana whose newspaper is written, edited, and printed by the students, Washington can be justifiably proud of the SURVEYOR. Reporters cover "beats" to gather news for printing in the bi- weekly newspaper. Broadening the pupils' out- look, the SURVEYOR covers every school de- partment, club, and event. Letters to the editor allow pupils to "sound off" about personal opin- ions and problenis concerning the school. Edi- tors and reporters alike worked to capture a first Medalist division award as one of the state's top live and an All-American rating. -6 X ' x X lg. i ' .. ,,WyZ ffw ,fWfW"U ' , , .V . .. ., .Q,y,,Q,.4.f. 1 X ..44nf , , A , , ,-,., 4? . .. . 1 ' 1 V -f F f . .Wifi ' , - . Surveyor bosses. Editors ol' the SVHVEYUII invlude Judy Hamm, Denny Dennett, Kenny Turpin, editor-in- chief, and Brenda Williams. Surveyor staff unites school ei ii 2 li a sg .FN Nm X 'Xi' N A i 1'-li., "Deadline-" Members of the SURVEYOR staff in- K. Drake, B. Fink, E. Sherer, S. Brown. M. Cox' row 3- clude Row 1: D. Baker, S. Adams, J. Sorrell, B. Kemp, R. Slater, D. Dennett, C. Cutron, R. Arnett. ill. Will P. Pritchett, J. Hamm: row 2: K. Turner, E. Thomas, lianis, K. Turpin, and J. Hayes. 39 nf' News Bureau. Preparing news and pictures to send to city and neigh- borhood newspapers are Carolyn Catron, Jean Hayes, Brenda Williams, Pat l'ritcliett, Tom Blair, Judy Hamm, and Russell Arnett. ublications sponsor "typical teenv contest Johnnie and Connie Continental. 'Elected as Washing- ton's typical teens were Doyle Baker and Sandy Adams. Gaining professional journalistic e X p e r i- ence, News Bureau reporters convey school news to the community. Through local and city newspapers, they inform readers of Continental activities, events, and special awards. Portraying typical teens, Johnnie and Con- nie Continental, a selected couple, receive their crowns at the climax of the yearbook sales cam- paign. Acclaimed "typical teens," Johnnie and Connie attempt to set the example of leadership and citizenship at school. Artists in impressing characters on paper, our print shop staff avails to Continentals a completely student-produced yearbook and paper. The SURVEYOR comes from the print shop presses every other week to eager readers. The school's yearly publication, the POST, ne- cessitates long-range planning and infallible ex- ecution of instructions. Besides the two student publications, the print shop sets all otlicial doc- uments for Washington's ollices. Using the off- set method, our printers supply tickets and student passes for athletic events. Readying the POST and SURVEYOR for publication and meeting deadlines promotes assumption of re- sponsibility and development of dependability. Small-time publisher. Operating ll small hand pi ,lim Strange works to complete his pioie-ct. s rinters record current, past news Operation SITRVEYUR. After the final copies of the SVRVEYUR 1 printed, the print shop assumes the task of folding them. Preparing tl folding: machine for opt-ration, Jon Fleaka completes the procl-ss. 1- : rar. , -F Team addition Z' Joe Tofil, football coach, explains a secret play to Ruthann Leach, Jamboree Queen. ll 1 Winterized! Crowned with appropriate garb, Denny Dennett and Tessa Trusty reign as Jack Frost and Christmas Carol at the Christmas dance. Kin gs, queens f Ehffv fire, , 42 Clean sweep! Beverly Carpen- fler, Clean-up Queen, finds Bren- da Williams, Princess of Light. a willing helper in the school's annual Clean-up Campaign. rg Homecoming Royalty. Queen and court of the H o 'n e c o m i n g game includes Mary Ann Martin, Tessa Trusty, Judy Wampler, Homecoming Queen, Karen Turner, and Jo VanBlaricum, royalty of the highlight game. uphold honor, distinction Reigning over loyal subjects. Continental queens upheld honor and distinction. Chosen bv 3 Q - S' . 5' we football team members, the Jamboree Queen in- Q , ijj fc ggf . H A . itiated the list of desired queenships. Old mem- 1 ,'2h 1N:'l' V S ' ii ' ' - ' - - .- 1 W-'Ltr' - K i , t tf" ories returned as alumni viewed the crowning ot s Q t 1 the Homecoming Queen. Washiagton's Princess ' .. . of Light. selected from the Senior Class, repre- C :QQ .,.. fp., ' . . . xfx 3 :jx XV. six. sented Contmentaland in a gala Christmas par- - xggpqfisf Q 3yQQ9.2q,, fiyfpqpiy u . t y.,,::,,Y.Xf. Q , ..Y,X',X:5X!, .YX ,V.X',.Xk ade. With the arrival of the track season, cm- NY X- . . gf, . of-yy-gf - 4.?Xs1bafi.- ,t.b1bi.rgfx: dermen chose a queen to present awards at . ' we .sfxwfv-Y' VAX-'!s,'iXfiX . . i Di YE., Y Y YE "" V E' YYYN home meets. A lucky Junior lass, as Clean-up 3 Xf,'f.?xx,-H xPQ1,3Y.,,. 2931.517 . . . fy 'Y Lfx 'vs y' , .ff , xl Queen, ruled the Continental kingdom during Q sw the Clean-up Campaign. Typified by a guy and .Y . r . . ' ,X Gal at the Winter frolic, Jack Frost and Christ- c . . X X a , C' N Q . X - X r mas Carol Joined the royalty. ,BS Overcoming the heights. Awards to cindtrmtn '1 r e presented by the Track Queen and court Karen Hessel. Karen Turner, Tessa Trusty, Track Queen. Janet Mit chell. and Sharon Vance. ladies of the crown. 43 T4 In athletics The Difference is A , 55. f NA V 67 Desire "Fighting Continentalsw our Washington teams are called. Stretching for an extra inch, grinding out another yard. . .Not content with "just enoughf' VVashington athletes fight with a hidden spark to overcome an opponent. . .Desire spurs our athletes to victory and honor. . .Courage, ability, and desire score highest in the test of true athletic success. The chase. Sprinting off tackle, Bill Hattiex, aided by Darrell Law- son, rips up the grass as Starkey, Hazelwood and White look for blocks. Gridders give Totil 7th Winning season Traditional turfsters. The limelight draws the at- tention of senior football players at the close of the "season of hard knocks" as they trade pads for pride. Senior stars of '60 are Row 1: Norman Donovan, Char- les Harris, Darrell Lawson, Dave Shepherd, Dave Ha- zelwood, Larry Morton, George Patterson, row 2: Rich- ard Boarman, Bob Leeper, Frank Johnson, Toby Frost, Ken Corey, Randy White, and Victor Combs. Desire led the way and converted the 1960 Varsity l"00Uwll lff-Cowl 5-1-1 football season for Coaches Joe Toiil and Jerry Wi" 'fhcf Oliver as well as for the team. With an uniniti- "fm'h0Hie"m"dw U , , , , Z6 Noblesville l 1 ated line supporting a fast backheld, Contmen- 20 Manual H tals at one time boasted a 3-U record. After ll gh,,rgri,1,,,-.. .5 stomping through tough competition. our grid- I3 Siwrefl Hwlrf fIJ21fl's Niullll S51 ders closed with a 5-4-1 record. Injuries and 19 SCUCW1' 7 . . . . 'P - ' . inexperience hindered the teamg but, being the If Broad Rflwl' , If H It. . C t. tl lg' f W. I . t tl 26 Ben Davis fllomccommgj 6 mga ing .on inen a s no as ung on. ie eam H Anderson H hnished the season with a show ot glowing de- 4, Htbwe U sire throughout the final game clash with Ca- ll Cathedral 19 thedral High School's "lucky Irish." Matchless attempts at success on the field merely symbol- ize the enlivened spirit of our Continental foot- ball team in action. 1 Beware! Tolil's toughies charge out of the locker Crash! Norman Donovan waits for the collision be- room for a night of chain rattling. tween teammate Hob Leeper and :1 Sa'-red Heart man. Diet: nails? This group of turf ticklers is known as West, S, Shouse, L. Saylor, G. Lect, iiiaiiagcrg row II: the Varsity Football Team. Row 1: R. Boarman, D. Jerry Oliver, assistant coach, J. Heinzniann, ll. l'ink- Lawson, C. Harris, T. Frost, F. Johnson, D. Hazelwood, ston, L. Austin, 11. Hattiex, M. Marlowe, G. Sipe. F. D. Shepherd, N. Donovan, L. Morton, G. Patterson, R. Starkey, J. Blankenship, T. Jenkins, J. Thompson, JI. Whitey row 2: R. Mitchell, J. Purichia, J. Arvin, K. Leat, Joe Totil, coach: row -1: S. Hiese, and C. Dicker- Co1'ey, V. Combs, B. Leeper, J. Sanders, D. T1-oth, T. son. Many members are underclassmen. Choo Choo! Locomotion seems to be the thing as nve Howe gridders pile upon the cow catcher. Dick Harmening, in his second year at the helm of the reserve squad, turned in a credit- able record of 5-2-1. The future varsity had im- pressive wins over Broad Ripple, Ben Davis, and Scecina. Tech and Howe also proved to be worthy opponents before falling' in front of our B-team. The season openers were battles be- tween well-matched teams as both the reserve and freshmen fought the Manual B-team and frosh to a 6-6 and 13-13 tie. respectively. The Little Purple, under the guidance of coach John Williams also beat back Broad Rip- ple, Scecina, and Howe. In addition, they won over Shortridge and tied with Ben Davis. The frosh ended the season with an impressive 4-2-2 record similar to the reserve record. Reserve, frosh gridders 575- vi f Football fanatics. Reserve Gridders include Row 1: G. Love, E, Clark, S. Kruger, J. Howard, L. Geddes, R. Lee, G. Johnson, L. Cannon, row 2: Richard Harmening, coach, R. Payne, J. Barnett, M. Sink, R. Ballard, B. Lan- ker, L. Shots, S. Lyons, R. Gaulden, S. Moorefieldg row 3: J. Highbaugh, G. Bland, D. Belser, G. Stucky, D. Bak- er, C. Jones, and G. Allen. Members of this team gain ex- perience that will help them when they play varsity. Reserve Football Record 5-2-1 We They 6 Manual 6 0 Sacred Heart 32 ...Ri 40 Broad Ripple 0 42 Ben Davis 19 0 Cathedral 20 12 Tech 6 26 Scecina 13 Howe Frosh Football Record 4-2-2 VVe They 13 Manual 13 19 Shortridge 7 12 Broad Ripple U 12 Ben Davis 12 0 Cathedral 28 U Tech 39 19 Scecina 0 12 Howe 7 ln '20 Here's the hole! Carrying the ball, Calvin Shaffer makes his own Way as frosh g.fridders march on the Manual goal line, Henry Cook and Mike Lloyd look on. rack similar records 3 .M I 'S I.. 55? N 'XL 2.1553 Reserve lhopefuls. Members constituting this year's Lloyd, E. Lewis, C. Scliuffer. C, Barrick: row Zi: l-'. Blun- freshman football team include Row 1: B. Williams, M. shower, assistant coach. J. Higliluuigli, D, Blom-guur. l-f. Coffey, J. Blake, M. Tsakrios, S, Unversaw, J. Hodges, Foster,C, Haverstick, M. Furimsky, S. Jlidkitl. H. LR S. Sears, R. Dill, P. Irwin, G. Lawsong row 2: B. San- D. Lankin, N. Shelly, G. Sylvestt-1', J. Cotlmzxn, ll. L dusky, M. King, S. Baker, J. Banks, D. Caldwell, M. lier. F. Hise, John Williams. 1--un-li, :ind ll. Cooper. 49 WOR gh- YJ 49 i S "Meet the whole darn courageous Washingtoii Con tiiientzils--the fightin'est team in the lndiuiiupolis Sec tional Basketball tourney." Him Angelopolous, liidiuna- polls Times, February 25, 19613 Those Chosen to parti cipzite on the Varsity Basketball Team include Row 1 fsgf 481 45 ix . ,A F 1 ,:v:H:1r -- I ,,:,.'-1: 4 , QA . '- Z 'Q . fe 1 5 6 Clark Dickerson, .loe l'urichia, Bill Hattiex, Richard B02l1'lNllll, Robert Leeper, Jim Knobel: row 2: Jerry Oliver, couch, Robert Murff, Jim Rhodes, Richard Spears, Louis Craig. Kenneth Corey, David Jones, Lonnie Rad- ford, and Rowland Jones, athletic director. "Sorry but it's my turn now." Robert Murff tries to gain control of the ball while teammate Jim "Let me through!" Robert Leeper dribbles around as 1gm,1,e1 moves in to assist hirn. Robert Murff and Jim Knobel screen for him. 50 Courage was the keynote of the 1061 basketball season. During regular play, the team only managed to attain a little better than aver- age record. But, at the sectional, Oliver's hoop- men seemed unimpressed by the power of high- er rated teams until the semi-iinal round of play when they bowed to Cathedral, the second ranked team in the state. After trouncing Broad Ripple, our under-rated hoopsters faced North Central, the County Champs. The game was a see-saw affair, until the scoreboard showed 14 seconds remaining and the Continental minute- nien 4 points behind. Jim Rhodes, playing with multiple injuries, dropped one to close the lead to 2 points. Then, with two seconds remaining, Clark Dickerson was given two free throws on a charging foul. He calmly sank both shots throwing the game into an overtime. In the extra session, Joe Purichia, who scored a near sectional record of 32 against Broad Ripple, tallied 6 points of our 8 point victory. "Volleyball anyone?'9 Robert Leeper attempts to tip it out to .lim Rhodes who is ready to grab and go. arsity reaches sectional semi-finals Varsity Basketball Record 10-11 We They 66 Howe 42 44 North Central 65 67 Lawrence Central 46 55 VVarren Central 58 57 Cathedral 73 6- 54 Franklin . . 71 Broad Ripple CCity Tourneyb 61 59 Manual CCity Tourneyj 65 61 Crawfordsville 53 50 Tech 61 65 Wood 66 62 Sacred Heart 73 Manual 81 58 Broad Ripple 56 53 Speedway 57 48 Scecina 51 66 Ben Davis 65 52 Shortridge 58 70 Decatur Central 49 65 Broad Ripple CSectionalJ 50 69 North Central CSecti0naD 64 40' Cathedral CSectionaD 61 "Excuse me." Taking the hall away from an opponents ont- stretched arms, Jim Knobel finds Joe l'urichia ready and willing to help him sink it in the bucket. ,il J if ' , Aspiring Reserve, Those composing the Reserve Bas- ketball Team are Row 1: Mike Durham, Larry Austin, George Sipe, Malcomb Marlow, Clovis Stinson, Clarence Ellis, Charles Crawfordg row 2: Richard Harmening, .L if i coach, Clark Dickerson, Jerry Fultz, Richard Harring- ton, Randy Payne, Jerry Sanders, Robert Bryant, and Lou Moneymaker. Dickerson dressed varsity for several games during the season, Reserve and freshmen match seasons Frosh hoopsters. The Freshmen Basketball Team in- cludes Row 1: J. Belser, G. Selvester, R. Komlance, C. Schaffer, row 2: R. McConnell, coach, D. Strayhorn, J. Housel, C. Barrick, D. Panarise, D. Federspillg row 3: E. Foster, S. Slauter, K. Obergfell, S. Midkiff, B. Pat- tersong row 4: J. Dowdell, S. Kitchens, D. Fora, D. Al- sen. and D. Morgan. 52 Freshmen and Reserve basketballers both enjoyed successful seasons as the freshmen car- ded a 9-8 record which may be compared to the reserve record of 10-9. The frosh showed their power as they outpointed teams from Attucks, Speedway, Broad Ripple, Ben Davis, and Sacred Heart. The Reserve B-ballers bested each of their last five opponents by 11 points or more. In the Reserve City Tourney, the Harmening men won the first round over Broad Ripple be- fore bowing to the Shortridge Blue Devils. Magnificent matmenl Members of the wrestling Payton, B. Anderson, F. Williams, M. Rector, G. 1 J squads include Row 1: J. Wampler, R. Briley, R. White, D, Cope, B. Goulden, J. Arvin, B. Weaver: 3. ,. -,J im. .1 l L. Wilson, E. Clark, D. Baker, G. Patterson, G. Love, Tofil, assistant coach, B. Lanker, B. Sandusky. .l. li xx B. Collierg 1'ow 2: J. Keith, B. Lester, B. Kloeker, J. S. Owens, T. West, John Williams, hcad coach. hite captures state title Randy White, outstanding senior grappler, climaxed the '61 wrestling season by capturing the State title in the 120-pound class. Randy was quick to give credit to coach John Williams. White, four-year varsity member, was one of the three senior grapplersg the other two were Ronald Briley and Russell Young. Both reached regional competition before bowing out. With most of the men returning next season, Wash- ington may be a wrestling power again next season. Keeping the boys in top physical condi- tion, Joe Tofil, reserve coach. enables boys to wrestle within their own weight range. Victory smile. Coach John Williams and Randy White, senior, elate over Randy's- state wrestling victory. 1'- W XM tis Overland Express! Dennis Grider and Dan Jaquess display winning form as they eat up miles. Harriers run third in Marathon candidates ? Regularly running the Rhodius Park area are members of the cross-country team. Team members are Row 1: Dan Jaquess, Earliest Stennis, Craig Johnson, Jim Loviscek, John Kidwell, Dennis Grider, Clifford Artisg row 2: Lonnie Itadford. Ken Showing the strength and desire needed for a successful season, Washington's cross country team placed sixth in the sectional. Ear- lier in the season,. team effort placed Continen- tal runners third in the city. In a dual meet at South Grove, these turfsters beat the city champs. Our team captured the Columbus Invi- tational. Following in their footsteps, the reserve runners placed second in the city. Showing pro- mise for the future, the freshmen team backed Dennis Grider as he captured the number one spot and led his team to a city crown. Coach Haynes brought additional honor to Washing- ton by his election to Secretary-treasurer of the Indiana Association of Track Coaches. cit Noland, Tom Combs, Wendell Wade, Tim Giles, Barry Bacon: row 3: Coach Tom Haynes, Ted Jaquess, Dan Bushey, Larry Bredders, Bill Gregory, Craig McEwan, and manager Kenny Trout. Loviscek and Kidwell are the only seniors on the squad. nf- ,r1.l' rA11f sfn Inlii: 1I::xxsls.M,'x.s'-x ' W yi VZ ,-'I Q2 l v f A Ev as ,. P4 V l 2 F i i i Q 1 :vi 43585 Grinnin' cindermen! Members of the varsity track team include Row 1: Clifford Caldwell, Victor Combs, Ken Corey, Ernest Clark, Tom Benson, Bob Leeper, Lonnie Radford, Bill Hattiex, Louis Craig: row 2: Char- les Meador, Frank Johnson, Richard Johnson, Clifford Artis, Clarence Ellis, Malcomb Marlowe, Tom Combs, 5.5 D Craig Johnson, Bob Eder, Amos Slaton, ticld events coachg row 3: Tom Haynes, head coach, Ronald Fisher, Merle VanVolkenburgh, James Highbaugh, Jerry Fultz, Ernest Stennis, Kenny Noland, Tom Morgan. Steve Bak- er, Bob Kloeker, and Alan Hamilton, assistant coach. One of the leading seniors, Jim Loviscek, is not picture-l. Pole vaulting pair pace cit meet With seniors in the lead and underclassmen right behind, the '61 track team Won six dual meets and lost two. Several boys broke school records this year. Leading the parade was Ken Corey setting the pole vault record at 1265" with Tom Benson right behind with 12'3." Next was Bob Leeper in the 440-yard dash with a time of 51.9. Bill Hattiex, only junior record breaker, threw 5213" in the shot put. Jim Lov- iscek, was close to a record in three eventsg his bests were 15.7 in the high hurdles. 21.4 in the low hurdles, and 6'5" in the high jump. He's over! Ken Corey, who holds a school record in the pole vault, is a consistent 12-foot vaulter. 55 v ,f A 515.2 I I . ill! 1 1' .I 1' E ill 5 fll.l Munshower's pride. The reserve baseball team mem- bers following Frank Munshower, coach, are Row 1: Gary Sylvester, Calvin Schaffer, Nick Shelby, Mack Fishburn, Clovis Stinson, Dave Moss, Eugene Lewis, Harry Tibbets, Don McDonald, Jim Hodgesg row 2: Bill Foreman, Mike Lloyd, Larry Shotts, Bob McElyea, Don Turner, Les Stamm, Don Olson, Sam Kitchens Steve Midkiff, Steve Dickey, Bill Pyatt, Bob Komlance Jim Gregg, and Bob Patterson. The reserve team mem- bers now become candidates for the varsity squad. Y 7 Underclassmen shine in baseball, track Ribbon collectors? Members of the freshman track team are Row 1: Mike Highbaugh, Fred Staley, Ted Ja- quess, Mike King, Bill Mathis, Dennis Morgan, Dave Partlow, Jim Coffman, row 2: Jerry Belser, Mike Tsakrios, Dennis Grider, Bill Collier, Reece Carter, Roy Wright, Bill Burke, Alan Hamilton, coach, row 3: Ronald Dill, Dennis Panarisi, Joe Blake, John Dowdell, Sherman Crosley, Ivan Smith, John Meek, and Don Fisher, manager. 56 Coached by Frank Munshower, the reserve baseball team gained revenge from a 10-4 spanking at the hands of Columbus when they came back to swamp Shelbyville, 11-1. The rookie coach sought to build his reserve mater- ial into varsity quality. Alan Hamilton, freshmen track coach,. was also a "freshman" in coaching as '61 was his initial attempt. As is often true in many fresh- man sports, inexperience didn't prove to be a handicap because freshman boys made up our reserve team in most events. Jim Coffman, freshman record holder in the low hurdles, in addition to running reserve and freshman, ran second man on the varsity squad. Dennis Grider and Mike King were outstanding in their events, the mile and the 100-220 yard dashes. Baseball, our national pastime, is also a favorite sport at Washington. Frank Luzar, vet- eran coach, was varsity mentor again last sea- son. Under his supervision, the team rolled along successfully. The varsity baserunners be- gan their season with a defeat to Columbus in a close one, 3-2. In the next game, however, re- venge Was theirs as they stopped the Shelby- ville nine, 9-4. The loss of half of last year's team opened the way for underclassmen to shine. This number of underclassmen insures Winning seasons for the team in future springs. "Keep your eye on the ball!" Players Carl Froeclge and George McGoWen demonstrate varsity form. Baserunners complete building year ,' .ht Knights of the diamond. Members of the varsity baseball team are Row 1: Tim Giles. Rick Phillips, Darrell Lawson, George McGowen, George Patterson. Curl Froedge Toni Lawlis, Bernard Reamer, Joe Purichia.: row 2: Gary Leet, Frank liomlnncc. Jim Thompson, Larry Austin, Bob Murff, Lou Moneymaker, Clark Dickerson, Bob Wade. Bob Bryant, Jim Chase, Fred West, Steve Krueger, and Frank Luzar, coach. 57 -3 fff 's-2' 1 , A if if R, , , R A . A Z 5 if Xifiiiieaw -ff - 55' Q W U40-Love!" Mr. Dixon and racquetmen gain valuable experience through second year competition. Row 1: Richard Roberts, Dave Wollen, Allan Gery, Richard Parks, Rich- ard Gardner, Jim Stoebick, Jim Howard, Mike Leak, Dan Jaquessg row 2: Herbert Dixon, coach, Mike George, Ron King, William Russell, Allen Derringer, Ken Drake, Dave Horner, Doyle Baker, Robert Calbert, Tom Bailey, and Dale Summitt. Racquetmen learn, linksmen roll , l , After sixteen years, a tennis ha a- 2 gain become part of our sports ow- ' ever, because tennis is not a an be mastered in one short eleven-wee d, inex- perience was a telling facto 'R e cquetmen faced the roughest of y When the training period and sea e an end, four- teen underclassmen t team a strong' backbone for the co 'ng . Starting with an ' stic outlook for the season, the Co ental golf team showed vic- tories over nts, except Crawfords- ville, up t e c ounty meet where they placed iift score of 329. In the fall county ou team placed second with a score 3 h was just ive strokes behind new , ith a 303 score. "Look at the birdie!" Members of the golf team are tkneelingj Charles Crawford, Landy Lewis, fstandingj Bill Becker, Dave Mahler, Bob Clark, Toby Frost, Jim Knobel, Dave Hine, coach, Paul McCoun, Frank Ivancic, Pete Clark, Larry Roe, and Denny Dennett. 58 Because of the absence of an intramural league this year, the league champions were re- placed by the senior members of the Letter men's Club in the faculty's traditional playday. But, While the faculy HDV6 plus live" were prac- ticing, our valiant lettermen were capturing honor on the field of battle. When it came time for the highly talented game, the lettermen had- n't had a single practice in contrast to the exten- sive training of the faculty. Although basket- ball letter-winners were barred from the game, the coaches were allowed to participate. The boys in block "W" sweaters stood against the odds r e f u s i n g to say "die." In spite of great effort on the part of the students, the faculty, led by Richard Harmening, Won by eight points. Faculty Frolics. George McGowen appears bewildered as Herschel Ross and Kenneth Schuster protect Alan Hamilton's attempt to score. . acuity collide with senior lettermen "W" Men. Members of the Lettermen's Club are Row 1: J. Thompson, B. Leeper. B. Becker, G. McGowen, D. Lawson, F. Johnson, F. Starkey, D. Dennett: row 2: J. Oliver, sponsor, D. Hazelwood, G. Sipe, J. Sanders, D. Jaquess, C. Harris, R. White, R. Young. E. Stennisg row 3: J. Arvin, V, Combs, J. Loviscek, L. Morton, C. Caldwell, G. Patter- son, D. Troth, R. Mitchellg row 4: J. Purichia, L. Radford, B, Clark, K. Corey. D. Shep- erd, T. Frost, J. Kidwell, T. West, and R. Briley. Qui 59 fs? . f ,aye . W . z. N 'ri ,. if , , ,J A , -- A . ef i X f Q L xi. "5 A.. g .Q K .. H 4' 1 ggi? sing? 3 c. gf V 1 . ' . I. .V Q, K' get 5.5 gy X .Q k, it "t'9r p - .rl f T mb- . ,.l,g,2i,wf,W ,3,M.,.i ML ,is 11.4.-.3,.. 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Mary Blue, member of CGAA, sends the ball soundly on its way as Lana Eisele ref- erees and Barbara Fink kick-soccer played on the girls' athletic field. catches in an active game of CGAA provides athletic outlet for girls ,Nm g . Scoring a strike. Officers of the Continental bowling league, Paulette Fry, Linda Stychen, Lana Eisele, and Tom Eisele, record their teammates' progress. Promoting higher standards of health and sportsmanship, the Continental Girls' Athletic Association urges girls to take advantage of the opportunity to further their formal physical education. Offering friendship, fun, and instruc- tion to active members, the CGAA helps girls to accept responsibility in organized activities and unsupervised activities to earn points to- ward the goal-a state plaque. Finding sport in ten sticks and a sphere, Continentals go "all out" for the CGAA sponsored bowling league. The co-educational leaque proved again to be an overwhelming success. Adding to the excitement and spirit of ath- letic events, nine Continental cheerleaders led Washington fans during a rough gridiron sea- vigor and enthusiasm continued son. Their throughout the basketball competition. How- ever, at the beginning of the hardwood season, the squad no longer existed as one unit, but was divided into two. The six seniors serving on the squad cheered at varsity games While the un- derclassmen led the reserves. Leading the stud- ent body and backing the teams were not the only functions performed by the "Continental nine." They also planned pep sessions and pre- sented skits Which boosted the morale of all. "With a W." Continental varsity and reserve cheer- leaders include Karen Turner, Bonnie Dodd, Mary Park- er, Mary Ann Martin, Ken Turpin, Joe Hendricks, Pat Miller, Eva Walker, and Pat Pritchett. Cheerleaders share "sport" li ht "Locomotive!" Nine Continental cheerleaders build up pressure from the fans in the stands as they encourage varsity gridders to pick up steam on the footlmll iiold. In personalities The ifference is gi' Q , I k ., , 1 Z N f 62 Distinction Pausing to greet a friend. strengthening friend- ship ties With talk, sharing happiness and sorrow., pupils balance academic excellence with social poise. . . The Continental Code emphasizes courtesy. compatibility, and cheerfulness. Differences dwindle as pupils develop the personality of the school. . . Desire for distinction prods pupils to exercise their individual initiative. . . ji sg 'vq. I .,., :,., , s.. YV Vi? X92 gas' it ig sk ies Q 2 M i-'Wx W R699 --A -.' 1-1P,:,,v.b. .. .gfrqgav . '..,e'4Q:-g1:?I:p:,. ,E H-1-J T 'SE54W14is:L'G9i.aQ'fY1e23' af sw-..-Q aw: Superior seniors. Looking over the plans of the Senior Class are offi- cers Randy White, sgt.-at-armsg Denny Dennett, treasurerg Ruthann Leach, secretaryg Brenda Kemp, vice-presidentg Jim Loviscek, presidentg and Jim Myers, sgt.-at-arms. The officers are chosen early in the year Iiy the vote of the Senior Class members, Senior VlP's plan '60-'61 events Leading the '61 Seniors to graduation, the class officers originate and organize most sen- ior activities. Taking office in early fall, the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and two sergeants-at-arms select a committee to assist them in planning events. Special com- mittees organize and work with the oflicers to offer seniors an eventful and exciting year. Adopting the theme of "Pirates Ahoy!", the Capers offered fun and excitement to Con- tinentals. Accepting their crowns at the climax of' the popularity contest, Bold Buccaneer and Pirate Pearl took their place among the year's r o y a l t i e s. Games, refreshments, and shows sponsored by the faculty and students boosted the tickets sales to record-breaking status. Pirates Ahoy! Senior Judy Tackwell and her ship- mate Jim Arvin reign as Pirate Pearl and Bold Buc- caneer, royalties of the '61 Continental Capers. Jmv I "Beauty. b e a ut y, everywherel' The Awards Day Queen and liei court are Jo Cory, Tessa 'Frusty Judy W a ni p l e r, Awards Day Queen, center: and Pain Waltz Mary Ann Martin, Brenda Williams and Karen Turner, standinpq. gf it W!!! xg M., 41 W , f Y jj bf' Wa gf 7 4 ' f ff , ,lf , Z' 4 W ' ff J 1 V 1 mn 7 'W ' ' A' ' 4' ,N "' , 5 ,, f iw! J 'Y 'Av L v. i I "NM, , f . f f Ji.: U ' ' YWM, 4, W 'Z ' ,r 3 . . my U 'gr' 4 ,M ai ,, I ,,.V,. f , A f 3 2 5 . it , -. at ,ye 'af 4 R Q7 +175 3 +1 ' 53 Q. ' Q WW. H X. ,, 1i,g'Cv" ft Beauties give Awards Day regal touch Hsu-f"' wvv Q sri' xX Heigning' over all activities ot' Awards Day. tlie Awards Day Queen presents class arliiere- ments to Continentals during two morning ron- rocations. leleceiriiig' lier crown in tlie festive afternoon assenilily, tlie queen aided ln' six ineniliers ot lier court tlien distriliutes niaior and lionor awards to seniors. Nominated ln' tlie 'file class, tlie queen and lier court are elerteil lm' tlie entire student body. Queen for ai day. Higliliglitiiig' tlie i-Xwziimls llay fes- tivities and distributing awards to pupils. Queen .lndy Wainpler adds a touch of royalty to tlie day. ef- , V ,av - 1 , ,IX 7' 3-fs' if s If . SHARON BAUGH-Student Council, Pirate Pearl Candidate, May Queen Candidate, Latin Club, XrVZ1SlIllIQ',0ll11I'lS TERRY BEAUIVIONT-Colonial Chorus-sgt.-at arms, Continentalaires, Reserve Cross Country, Junior Vaudevillc WILLIAM BECKER-Honor Society, Student Council, All-City Student Council, Boys' State Delegate, Annual World Affairs In- stitute Representative, LQtt61'lT'lQH,S Club, Reserve Football, Varsity Golf THOMAS BENSON-Freshman Football, Var- sity Track, Industrial Arts Major WILLIAM BENSON-Math Major RODNEY BLACK-National Military-Indus- trial and Educational Conference Repre- sentative, ROTC-Outstanding First Year Cadet, Outstanding Noncorrnnissioned Offi- cer, Color Guard-commander, Reserve Cross Country, Reserve Track, Latin Club, Science Club, Naturalist Club Seniors SANDRA ADAMS-Honor Society, Quill Sz Scroll, Student Council, POST-editor-im chief, Connie Continental, Indiana Junior Historical Society-vice-president, Freedom Foundation Banquet Representative, An- thony Wayne contest winner, Colonial Chorus, Junior Red Cross, Junto Club VANCELETTA ALEXANDER-History Major, Business Major l'HIL ALLEN-Latin Club, Math Major BERTHA ANDERSON-Colonial Chorus, Girls' Concert Club, Latin Club, Math Major CAROLYN A N D E R S O N -- Washingtonians, Home Economics Major MARSHALL ARNETT-Freshman Track, Math Major SHIRLEY ARTIS-Dramatics Club, Science Club, Cheer Block, Washingtonians ROBERT AVERITT-Reserve Football, Junto Club, Math Major, Industrial Arts Major PHYLLIS BAIN-Quill Sz Scroll, POST-copy editor, Traveling Journalist, Junior Town Meeting, Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaude- ville, Cadet Teacher, Junior Red Cross, Washingtonians MARY BARNES-'60 August Graduate EDWARD BARRY-Printing Staff, History Major CARL BATCHELLOR-ROTC, Science Club, Math Major, Industrial Arts Major E3LQaZ5 r if Y Seniors THOMAS BLAIR-H on o r Society-president., Quill Sz Scroll, POST staif, Expedition To Knowledge Panel, Boys' State Delegate, Traveling Journalist, Junior Vaudeville RICHARD BOARMAN-Lettermen's C l u b, Football-'60 Valuable Player Award, Var- sity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track PEGGY BOSTICK-Dralnatics Club, Junior Red Cross, Washingtonians MARILYN BOTZUM-Junior Red Cross, Wash- ingtonians, Home Economics Major NANCY BOYD-Junior Red Cross, Bowling League, Cheer Block, Washingtonians MARILYN BRANSON-Washingtonians, His- tory Major LARRY BRIDGES-Concert Band, Pep Band, Concert Orchestra, Football, Bowling Lea- gue RONALD BRILEY-Letternien's Club, Reserve Football, Intraniural Basketball, Varsity Wrestling, Reserve Track JANET BRINER-Washingtonians, H i s t o r y Major, Science Major, Business Major RODONA BROOKS-Girls' Concert Club, Latin Club, VVashingtonians BARBARA BROWN-Honor Society, Student Council, Christmas Carol Candidate, Mili- tary Ball Queen Candidate, Purdue Legis- lature Delegate, ROTC-sponsor, Junto Club NANCY BRUNDAGE-Concert Band, Girls' Concert Club, Draniatics Club, CGAA, Washingtonians Nm. 5 K M g S A ,Qs A I 'i'- if: X ,QI4 V' ,T b- ..4 'K 'T fi ' as A CLIFFORD CALDNVELI,-Cross C1'llllll'j'-lllllll- ager, Varsity Track, 'eil August Gliltllllllv SHARON CALLAN-Latin Club, XYz1sliiiig't0u- ians, 'lil January Graduate SANDRA CALL.-UVAY-C I in i c Assistant, Washingtonians MARY CAlN1PBELL-Junior Red Cross. XYaslz- ingtonians REBEKAH SUE CARDWEI,l,.-Student Coun- cil, Junior Yaudeville, Continental Capers. Cadet Teacher, FTA Club. Latin Club. Nat- uralist Club, Cheer Block, XVasliingtonians. Junior Achievement EALUM CARMACK JR.iHistorx' Maier. ln- dustrial Arts Major i i 'SS 1g5E:',Ei',,t . ., t I ,gi 5 , PAMELA COLVIN-Thespians, Junior Vaude- ville, Debate Club-secretary, Junior Red Cross, Naturalist Club-secretary, Washing- tonians VICTOR COMBS-Junior Class-Executive Com- mittee, Lettermen's Club-president, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track CHARLES COMER-History Major, Industrial Art Major LAWRENCE COOK-Concert Band, Lettermen's Club, Varsity Wrestling, Industrial Arts Major ROBERT COOK-Colonial Chorus, V a r s i t V Track, Industrial Arts Major EVERETTE COOPER-Latin Club, History Ma- jor Seniors JERRY CARROLL-Science Club, Math Major, Science Major, Industrial Arts Major EVON CARTER-Junior Vaudeville, Junto Club, Washingtonians JUFITH CASSIDY-Honor Society, S t u d e n t Council, May Queen Candidate, Girls' En- semble, Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians CAROLYN CATRON-Quill 8: Scroll-president, SURVEYOR-news bureau chief Xz news editor, Traveling Journalist, Junior Town Meeting DELORA CHANCE-Washingtonians GEORGE CHAPMAN-Student Council, Bold Buccaneer Candidate, Intramural Basket- ball, Cross Country THOMAS CHASTAIN-Freshman Football, In- dustrial Arts Major ROSALEE CLARK-Honor Society, Thespians- secretary, "I Speak for Democracy"-3rd Place City Contest, Draniatics Club-secre- tary, FTA Club-president, Washingtonians SUE CLARKE-Washingtonians, Home Eco- nomics Major PATRICIA CLAWSON-Washingtonians, Sci- ence Major PATRICIA COLEMAN-Thespians-v i c e-presi- dent, Outstanding Girl Scientist of Indiana '59-'60, National Science Achievement A- wards, Regional Science Fair-3rd Place Winner, Junior Academy of Science-honor- able mention, Purdue Legislature Delegate, Junto Club, Washingtonians JUDITH COLLINS-Colonial Chorus, Junior Red Cross, Bowling League, CGAA, Wash- ingtonians, '61 January Graduate Seniors KENNETH COREY-Honor Society, .I u n i o r Class-president, Johnnie Continental Can- didate, Jack Frost Candidate, Junior Prom King Candidate, Outstanding Freshman and Sophomore Athletic Award, Letter- nien's Club-vice-president, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track JO CORY-Pirate Pearl Candidate, May Queen Court, Concert Band, Girls' Concert Club, .I u n i o r Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Washingtonians MARY ANN COX-SURVEYOR Staff, FTA Club, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, Wash- ingtonians DIANNE CRIBELAR-Girls' Concert Club, Jun- ior Vaudeville, Latin Club, Washingtonians LINDA CULVER-Washingtonians SHARON CURTIS--Honor Society, S t u d e nt Council, POST Staff, Washingtonians WESLEY DARNELL-ROTC-Rilie Team Cai:- tain, .Iunior Refl Cross, Science Club-presi- dent RICHARD DAVIDSON-Track, Industrial Arts Maior LYNNFORD DAVIS'-Reserve Cross Country, est ,z.- 1 C- ', .eserve raci, B'1'l'etb ill in nrigei I' T l ROTC-otliter, Drill Team, Rifle Team DENNIS DENNETTiQuill Sz Scroll, Senior Class-treasurer, SURVEYOR-sports editor, Jack Frost, Letternienis Club, R e s e r V e Football, Intramural Basketball, Freshman Track, Varsity Golf WILLIAM DENTON-ROTC-oliic-er, Industrial Arts Major GEORGIA DICKENS-Washingtoninans i I WE"""'v' sw, Q A-. fri CAROLE DODD-Colonial Chorus, Girls' Con cert Club, Junior Yaudi-ville, Science Club Naturalist Club, Cheer Block. Washington ians SANDRA DODD-Majorette. Co nc e rt Rand Junior Yaumleville, Naturalist Club. Cheei Block VIRGINIA DODSON-VVashingtonians. I3 u si ness Major JANET DOLL-Continental Capers, XYaslnng' tonians DELORES DOOLEY-A l t e rn a t 0 Majors K Concert Band, .Iunior Yaudvville RUTH DOSSEFF-VVashing'tonians. H i s t o ry M aj o r JOAN ELMORE-Junior Vaudeville, Latin Club, Washingtonians STEPHEN EYSTER-Math Major, Science Major CONNIE FA RLE Y-Washingtonians KAY FIELDS-Colonial Chorus, Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Junto Club, Wash- ingtonians, '61 January Graduate CAROLE FISCUS-Washingtonians, History Major MICHEAL FLINN-Varsity Tennis, Colonial Chorus, Boys' Concert Club, Junto Club, '61 January Graduate Seniors MONZOL DOTY-Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians KENNETH DRAKE-Thespians, Student Coun- cil, Junior and Senior Class-Executive Committee, SURVEYOR Staff, Marion County Teenage Safety Council Delegate, Drum Major, Concert Band, Freshman Basketball, Reserve Track, Varsity Tennis, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers ANN DREHER-Concert Orchestra, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Science Club, Wash- ingtonians REBECCA DUFF-Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Washing- tonians RONALD DUKE-Reserve Football, Freshman Track, Continental Capers JO ANN DULLA-Continental Capers, CGAA, Washingtonians JOSEPH DUNIGAN-'60 August Graduate PAUL DUNN-History Major, Science Major JIM ECKEL-Printing Staff, '61 January Grad- uate LANA EISELE-Honor Society-vice-president, Majorette, Concert Band, Concert Orches- tra, Junior Vaudeville, Bowling League, CGAA-president JAMES ELLER-Intramural Basketball, Bowl- ing League, History Major, Science Major CHARLES ELLIS-Math Major, History Major Seniors JUDITH FLINT-Concert Orchestra, Bible Club, Washingtonians JANICE FLOYD--Student Council, Gyni Assist- ant, Washingtonians ROBERT FOXWORTHY-Freshman Golf JANET FRENCH-Girls' Ensemble, Girls' Con- cert Club, Washingtonians JOHN FREEMAN-Bowling League, History Major, Science Major CARLETON FROEDGE-L9ttG1'll1Q1l,S C l u b, Varsity Baseball, Cross Country TOBY FROST-Lettermen's Club, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Golf NANCY FRYE-Honor Society, Concert Or- chestra, FTA Club, Bible Club, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, Washingtonians JIM FULBRIGHT-Wrestling, Industrial Arts Major, '61 January Graduate VICKI GANO-Honor Society, Junior Town Meeting, Latin Club, Washingtonians RICHARD GLASS-Industrial Arts Major DONNA GOODE-Student Council, Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers LILLIAN GOSNELL-Colonial Chorus, Wash- ingtonians, '61 January Graduate MAUREEN GRACIE-Honor Society, Junior Town Meeting, Junto Club, Science Club. Naturalist Club, Washingtoniuns COLLEEN GREEN-John Herron Art lnstitute- delegate, Girls' Concert Club, Bible Club, Y-Teens, CGA.-X, lVashingtonians STEVEN GRIFFITH-Intramural Basketball. History Major, Industrial Arts Major ROBERT GRIMES-National Scholastic Arr Award, Hoosier Handic1'nftcrs Award. Local Scholastic Art Award, Kiwanis Club Citizenship Award, John Herron Art ln- stitute-delegate, exhibitor: Junior Yaudo- ville, Art Assistant, Science Club PAUL HALEY-- History Major. '61 Jamiziry Graduate JOSEPH HENDRICKS - Thespians - president, Student Council, POST Staf, Gold Key Winner-Craft Arts, Varsity Cheerleader, Junior Vaudeville, Senior Play, Freshman Cross Country, Freshman Track, Science Club NIARCILLE HENRY-Washingtonians, Home Economics Major PHYLLIS HIGGINS-Continental Capers, De- bate Club, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, CGAA, Washingtonians BARBARA HIGHTOWER-Junior Red Cross, CGAA, Washingtonians KENNETH HILDEBRAND-Intramural Bas- ketball, Freshman Track, History Major SUE HODGES-Student Council, Pirate Pearl Candidate, May Queen Candidate, CGAA, Washingtonians Seniors CLEOTIS HALFAKER-Junior Vaudeville, ROTC-Color Guard, Drill Team, Rifle Team, Junto Club, '61 January Graduate JUDITH HAMM-Honor S o c i e t y-treasurer, Quill Sz Scroll, Student Council, Senior Class-Class Day Committee, SURVEYOR- assistant editor, Girls' State Delegate, Traveling Journalist, Debate Club, Junior Red Cross-president, Latin Club, Junto Club, Washingtonians SANDRA HANDAK-Quill Sz Scroll, POST Staff-art editor, Junior Vaudeville, Latin Club, Junto Club, Washingtonians, Junior Achievement LINDA HARMON-Quill Sz Scroll, Junior Town Meeting, POST Staff, Latin Club, CGAA, VVashingtonians PAUL HARMON-History Major, Industrial Arts Major, '61 January Graduate SHERRY HARRINGTON-POST Staff, Clinic Assistant, Cheer Block, Wasliingtonians, History Major BARBARA HARRISON-CGAA, Washington- ians, Home Economics Major LOUISE HASH-Washingtonians, Home Eco- nomics Major CHARLES HATCHER-C on c e rt Band, Pep Band, Concert Orchestra, Reserve Track DAVID HAZELWOOD-Quill Sz Scroll, Student Council, POST and SURVEYOR-photogra- pher, Lettermen's Club-secretary Sz trea- surer, Varsity Football, Latin Club WILLIAM HEIDENREICH-Math Major EUGENE HENDERSON-Youth Appreciation Award, Concert Band-captain, Dance Band, Pep Band, Concert O r c h e s t 1' a, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Naturalist Club Seniors TIMOTHY HOWARD-English Major DONALD HOLBROOK-Math Major, Industrial Arts Major JUDITH HONEA-Washingtonians, Home Eco- nomics Major TONYA HOPPER-Wasliingtonians, H i s t o ry Major DAVID HORNER-Honor Society, S t u de n t Council-p r e s i cl e n t, Johnnie Continental Candidate, Jack Frost Candidate, Boys' State Delegate, Varsity Tennis, Latin Club NORMA HOSKINS-Girls' Ensemble, Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Washing- tonians LINDA HOWARD-J u n i 0 r R e cl Cross-vice- president, Junior Town Meeting, Washing- tonians SANDRA I-IUDSONfBible Club, Washington- ians PAULETTE HUFF-Quill 8: Scroll, Traveling Journalist, POST-advertising ni a n a g e r, Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Lat- in Club, Washingtonians SHARON HUMPHREY-Student Council, Jun- ior Vaudeville, Wasliingtonians DARLENE HYLTON-Junior Town Meeting, Junior Vaudeville, Dramatics Club, Wash- ingtonians LINDA ISON-Music Memory Contest, Girls' Ensemble, Girls' Concert Club, Cheer Block, Washingtonians X N . 7 LYNDA ISRAEL-Honor Society. May Queen Candidate. Marion County Junior Rod Cross Board, Junior Red Cross-president, Wash- ing'tonians FRANK IVANCIC-Golf, lndustrial Arts lla- .ior SAUL JAMES-Freslnnan Football. C o n c e r I Orchestra. History Major. Scif-in-o Major ROGER JEFFERSON-Cross Country. Raslien- ball YICKI JENNETT-XYasliingtonians, Mutli Mn- jor SHIRLEY JENT-Junto Club. YYasliingtonians. Business Major. Home Economics Major '-Milf? LARRY KATRA-Varsity VVrestling, History Major BRENDA KEMP-Honor Society, Student Coun- cil, Senior Class-vice-president, SURVEY- OR Staff, Clean-up Queen, May Queen Candidate, May Queen Crown B e a re r , Colonial Chorus-secretary, Girls' Concert Club, Latin Club, Junto Club NANCY KENT-Junior Red Cross, CGAA, Washingtonians DIANA KERN-Girls' Ensemble, Girls' Con- cert Club, Bible Club, Latin Club, CGAA, Washingtonians JUDITH KERNOHAN-Honor Society, Student Council, Altrusa Merit Award, Colonial Chorus, Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaude- ville, Latin Club, Science Club, Washing- tonians-vice-president, Junior Achievement JOHN KIDWELL-Concert Band, Pep Band, Concert Orchestra, Continentalaires, Var- sity Cross Country, Music Major Seniors DAVID JOHNSON-Freshman Basketball, In- dustrial Arts Major EDWARD JOHNSON-Art Major, Attucks Transfer: Freshman Basketball, Track FRANK JOHNSON-Quill 8: Scroll, Student Council, POST-sports editor, Lettermen's Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Jun- ior Vaudeville BARBARA JONES-May Queen Candidate, Jun- ior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Gym Assistant, Washingtonians DAVID JONES-Student Council, Colonial Cho- rus, Letternien's Club, Freshman Football, Varsity Basketball EDWARD JONES-Foreign Language Major SCOTT JONES-Honor Society, Johnnie Con- tinental Candidate, Reserve Football, Re- serve Track KARALEE JONES-Washingtonians MABLE JONES-Gold Key Award-Art, Wash- ingtonians SANDRA JONES-Honor Society, Bookstore Assistant, Latin Club, Washingtonians BARBARA JOSEPH-Junior Vaudeville, Wash- ingtonians, Home Economics Major DONNA KANY-May Queen Candidate, Colo- nial Chorus, Girls' Concert Club, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Gym As- sistant, Dramatics Club-secretary, Latin Club, Washingtonians A s E 1 r l Seniors RONALD KING-Reserve Football, Reserve Baseball, Varsity Tennis, Bowling League CHESTER KIRBY-Science Club, Naturalist Club JACKIE KNAPP-Printing Staff, Industrial Arts Major WILLIAM LAND-Surveyor Sz Post Printing: Staff, Varsity Cross C o u n t ry, Reserve Track DORIS LATTA-Wasbingtonians, Business Ma- jor, Home Economics Major DARRELL LAWSON-Honor Society, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball SHIRLEY LAY-Washingtonians, Business Ma- jor, Home Economics Major RUTHANN LEACH-Student Council, Senior Class-secretary, Jamboree Queen, Junior Prom Queen Candidate, May Queen Can- didate, Junior Vaudeville, Junior Red Cross-treasurer SHERRY LEAK-Honor Society, Student Coun- cil, DAR Award Candidate, May Queen Candidate, Majorette, Concert Band, Con- cert Orchestra, Girls' Concert Club, FTA- president, Latin Club JANICE LEE-Girls' Concert Club, Junior Red Cross, Cheer Block, '61 January Graduate ROBERT LEEPER-Honor Society, Student Council-vice-president, Junior Prom King Candidate, Mayor for a Day, Boys' State Delegate, Athletic Merit Award, Letter- 11161175 Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity T1'ack, Varsity Base- ball, Latin Club PAUL LEGG-ROTC, Bible Club, Junto Club, Science Club, '61 January Graduate l X X ex , f ' , ' f fam w,,Vf, f, , f' f -' ff 'vm- A I , 1 in A? W. 1 u ,, 6 V ,. J , ,ff 1 Graf, ffkff f 4, '41 'nga Y 1 n xiii? H I QM' Q. kg f DONNA LEWIS-Girls' Concert Club, Wash- ingtoni ans JOSEPH LEWIS-Boys' Concert Club, lntra- inural Basketball, '61 January Graduate MELANIE LIMP-XYasliinggtonians PEGGY LIVINGSTON-XYusl1ingtoniaus SHIRLEY LOGAN-Y-Teens. Camera Club Wa shingtonians WILLIAM LOVE-Bible Club Qgwfi . Q QQ! w 'Q 5" if J V V Ziff. WY fill X' 'Q I sr G 'G is is S at iirif was vw MA X b I... " cl Mrs - ff! Jia 'YJ JOYCE MAY-Concert Band, Junior Va , de sill i, Washinjqtonians DAVID MAYFIELD-Reserve Football, Reserve Basketball PAUL MCCOUN-Cross Country, Varsity Golf ANTHONY McCULLOUGHHIndustrial A rt s Major MICHEALYN MCFERRAN-W a shin g t o n - ians, History Major, Home Economics Ma- or CLAIQENCE MCGOWEN-Lettermen's C l u b. Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, Varsity Baseball 76 Seniors .JAMES LOVISCEK-Honor Society, Student Council, Senior Class-president, Junior Class-vice-president, Johnnie Continental Candidate, Junior Prom Candidate, Letter- men's Club, Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track DONNA MADDEN-Washingtonians, History Major, Home Economics Major SARA MADDOX-Honor Society, Girls' Con- cert Club, Girls' Ensemble, Cadet Teacher, FTA Club, Bible Club, Washingtonians RONALD MAHAFFEY-'61 January Graduate GLENDA MAIDEN-Washingtonians, Business Major SHELDA MANCE-Washingtonians, '61 Jan- uary Graduate JAMES MARCHBANKS-English Major MARY ANN MARTIN-Honor Society, Student Council-secretary, Junior Class-secretary, Junior Prom Queen, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Christmas Carol Candidate, May Queen Court, Varsity Cheerleader, Junior Vaudeville RITA MARTIN-Cadet Teacher, FTA Club, Washingrtonians MARY ANNA MASNER-Junior Vaudeville, Junior Red Cross, Washingtonians LINDA MASON-Washingtonians, '61 January Graduate IRENE MAY-Colonial Chorus, Junior Vaude- ville, '60 August Graduate Seniors LINDA MCMULLEN-Colonial Chorus, Wash- ingtonians LARRY McPHERSON-POST and SURVEYOR Printing Staff, History Major, Industrial Arts Major ROBERT MCQUINN-Printing Staff-shop fore- man, Industrial Arts Major ROBERT MEDARIS-Intramural Baseball, His- tory Major, Industrial Arts Major PATRICIA MEDJESKY-Washingtonians, His- tory Major MELBA MERRIWEATHER-Latin Club, Y- Teens, Washingtonians, History Major PHIL MIDKIFF-Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers ANNA MILANOVITCH-Bowling L e a g u e, Cheer Block JIM MILES- '60 August Graduate DIXIE MILLER-Honor Society, Colonial Cho- rus, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, Wash- ingtonians JANET MITCHELL-Student Council, Junior Prom Queen C a n d i d a t e, Track Queen Court, May Queen Candidate, Ayres' Fash- ior Red Cross, Washingtonians RONALD MITCHELL-Concert Band, Colonial Chorus-c o-p r e s i d e n 1, Continentalaires, . ,,,., I I , '17-1 Y ',, an ,Z on A 1, ,, ff f fi! I 23 ,jlii r, 11,4124 1 1 Hx 1 , Wkfnf A' f La 4 iw -4 ji 'Q 4 1 ,ll X ion Board Representative, Latin Club, Jun- -.:g,,r . . ..., , 4 fav- Q itil. I, r M G. ' ,Q .am--. 6 ...- . V av, tx! X ., 5 isp- Eg sf, Q -if 5, 1 Football-manager, Reserve Wrestling, J un- z V if ior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Junior Achievement 2 ' a JAMES MONTGOMERY-Reserve Football, In- dustrial Arts Major DALE MOORE-ROTC-C a pt a i n. Drill Team- COlUlH8.IIdQ1', Color Guard ANITA MORRIS-Honor Society. Draniatics Club, Latin Club, Math Club, Science Club. Naturalist Club, CGA.-X, IVashingtonians, J unior Achievement LARRY MORTON-Junior Prom King. Letter- DIGIIFS Club. Varsity Football WENDELL MURPHY-National Scholastic Art Award, Art Major JIM MEYERS-Senior Class-sgt.-at-arms. Bold Buccaneer Candidate, Art Major l J RITA PHILLIPS-Washingtonians, Home Eco- nomics Major, English Major MARLENE PIERCE-Washingtonians, English Major NANCY POINDEXTER-Student Council, Latin Club, Track Queen Candidate, Cheer Block, Washingtonians SANDRA POOL-Bowling League, Washing- tonians MICHAEL POPCHEFF-Varsity Golf, History Major CATHRYN POTTER-Student Council, Junior Vaudeville, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, Washingtonians whey Q , an M -as 5 1 4 ' M 9 ., 0 ' xxghggg Seniors ENGENE NIXON-Track, Art Major ROSE NORRIS-Latin Club, Washingtonians, Language Major, Home Economics Major DENTON NUNGESTER-History Major PATRICIA OREBAUGH-Honor Society, Quill 8: Scroll-treasurer, POST-assistant editor, Debate Club, CGAA-vice-president, Wash- ingtonians DIANE OSTING-Honor Society, Outstanding Girl Scientist of Indiana-'60, Concert Or- chestra, FTA Club-vice-president, Latin Club-vice-president, Math Club-vice-presi- dent, Science Club, Naturalist Club-vice- president MARY OVERSTREET-Business Major, Home Economics Major, '61 January Graduate JUDY OWENSBY-Cheer Block, Washington- ians MARY PATTERSON-Continentalaires, Girls' Ensemble, Junior Vaudeville, Washington- ians-secretary DONALD PATTON-'61 January Graduate MARY PEMBERTON-Student Council, Latin Club, Washingtonians, Junior Achievement CHARLES PHILLIPS-Freshman F o o t b a l l, Freshman T1'ack, Wrestling MARION PHILLIPS-Y-Teens, Washingtonians Seniors JUDITH POWELL--H o n o 1' S o c i e t y, DAR Award, Expedition to Knowledge Panel, Junior Vaudeville, Science Club, Washing- tonians-treasurer MARY ANN PREWITT-Junior Vaudeville, Y- Teens, CGAA, Washingtonians PATRICIA PRITCHETT-Honor Society, Quill 6: Scroll, Student Council, SURVEYOR- feature editor, Junior Prom Queen Candi- date, Christmas Carol Candidate, Junior Class-Executive Committee, Varsity Cheer- leader, Junior Vaudeville LAURA PROCTOR-May Q u e e n Candidate, Washingtonians JUDY PUCKETT-Washingtonians EDITH QUINNETT-Girls' C o n c e rt Club, Washingtonians CAROL RENFRO-Junior Vaudeville, Gym As- sistant, Dramatics Club, Washingtonians MARY RICE-Gymnastic C o l l e g e Delegate, CGAA, Washingtonians BILL RIDGE-Cross Country, Track ANDREW ROBERTS-Student Council, Intra- mural Basketball, Latin Club, Junto Club SONIA ROBERTS-Connie Continental Candi- date, Cheer Block, Washingtonians WILLIAM ROBERTS-Reserve Track, Concert Band, Concert O1'chestra, Bowling League 3 K F I X , 3 I A 'z N' Y 4 5, 9 ,N s Q 51, f X f eff gui ff, , f , ,I wif ,!'f fi fffj 4 1 AW! Q .. ,. ,Af f 1 'Sit Z f ,,f w w , ff ,f W , ff ,4 V ' 92 ' mf ,, 'Z ,,, ,, I f 72, .. 'f "W ya., ' U ,, W. .5 - , M A , fy A ! f 7 ,Y , ,fy J? 1 f-1 . ., ,, 544, A!-Q.-.W f- .f . ,vw yfwa, 4, , -Q i J -X, ,ll ,a,, A , , . 0 4, , .,.:. l W .,,, e ,, 72 I Xff' ' I 'f , ' ' 5' f ' 4 fflfg fl 7, 4 4 J f 5 ,Z f 5 f , X , f 79 pg, ,, . df M 2 X as we i K xx X N' s E X JIM ROBINSON-Science Major DONALD ROSE-Colonial Chorus. lloys' Con ct-rt Club NANCY ROTHMAN-Girls' Coin-ert Club. llibl Club LINDA RL'BLE-Junior Y ii u ll c v i l l e. Clive Block NORMAN RUSHERA-A rt Major DFILORIS RLTSSEIJL-XXYLlSlllllL1'IUlllLlllS, Histozx M a j o r , ., ,,- ,, v v X YZWFSY4 'TYTYQW . ' . Iffwf M6957 ' " ' 1 'BWWWG '57l,S'7f'X3?"'T,'E S -1 .M Q Xie, , . ,..,f.s , 4M,,, - L ' W- f' B ' , .- --, N . ,i , .,., f, I , at Q A is ' g Q- 3 1 'Fl Q f Q? , ., ky ,W 0 7 V H 1 M, S W W, J, m 1' .iifwg , N, cv' 6' wi 59 of ,ar .QV . wafer ,. ..- ia' E ,I ,M 9 W ' ,ff gf BARBARA SMITH-Quill Sz Scroll, POST-senior editor, Traveling Journalist, Latin Club. CGAA, Washingtonians, Junior Achieve- ment CHRISTINE SMITH-Junior Red Cross, Hori- zon Club, Washingtonians CONNIE SMITH-Washingtonians, Home Eco- nomics Major DAVID SMITH-Boys' Concert Club, Intra- mural Basketball, Varsity Golf, Latin Club DONNA J. SMITH-Latin Club, Junto Club, Science Club, Cheer Block, Washingtonians DONNA M. SMITH-Junior Town Meeting, Latin Club, Junto Club, Washingtonians, Business Major Seniors BETTY RUST-W a s h i n g t o n i a n s, Junior Achievement, Business Major GAYE SANFORD-'60 August Graduate SHARON SANFORD-Concert Band, Girls' En- semble, Washingtonians STEVEN SCHACHTE-Intramural Basketball, Math Major, Cathedral Transfer SALLY SCHAFFER-Junior Red Cross, Wash- ingtonians JAMES S C H W A R Z-Intramural Basketball, Junior Vaudeville, History Major JUNE SCOTT-Junior Red Cross, Washington- ians MARJORIE SELL-Washingtonians, '61 Janu- ary Graduate DORIS SHEARL-Junior Red Cross, Cheer Block, Washingtonians DAVID SHEPHERD-Honor S 0 c i e t y, Junior Class-treasurer, LGtt81'1N6TllS Club, Varsity Football, Intramural Basketball, Reserve Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Latin Club KAREN SIGHTS-Junior Vaudeville, Continen- tal Capers, Junior Red Cross, CGAA, Washingtonians RONALD SLATER-Student Council, J u nio r Class-Sgt.-at-arms, S U R V E Y O R Staff, Freshman Football, Intramural Basketball, he- -Q, "lv"-3" aa... Reserve Basketball I if im' Seniors JERRY SMITH-Wrestling, Industrial Arts Major JUDY SMITH-Washingtonians SUSAN SMITH-Colonial Chorus, Girls' En- semble, Girls' Concert Club, Washington- ians FREDERICK SMITHERS-Science Major, In- dustrial Arts Major, '61 January Graduate MELVIN SMOOT-History Major, Industrial Arts Major MARILYN SMOTHERMAN-Majorette, Con- cert Band, Washingtonians SANDRA SNYDER-Junior Red Cross, Wash- ingtonians, History Major RICHARD SPEARS--Student Council, Letter- 1nen's Club, Varsity Basketball, Reserve Baseball RUTH SPICER-Junior Red Cross, Washing- tonians MARY JO SPINK-Washingtonians, Business Major, Home Economics Major STEPHEN SPURGEON-Honor S 0 c i e t y, Science Club , FRANCES STARKEY-Science Club, Y-Teens- treasurer, Washingtonians fe mf 5 Q -' 0+ 0 'f , W , , , , K 1 81 DOROTHY STEPHENS-Home li c 1- n --2 , f, , ZW. , f , gr ,f 2 ' - ' f' 'f ' ' f 1 M f m p! Q 1 7 ff f, ff? I 1 f , ff I f' A A,V 7 l I 5 Q f E235 lv I t ' , 4 Q ' Z f 1 5' ,arf Q73 ' ff ,Q I f-Q' UW if M ijy, , A' 7-J ' f 4 , fy 5 1, X 1 , , 5? j M in ' A Q x f , , ff,, X 3 j'zV,'lJf'f ,f , Q 1 F, 12 ? X, ' ww '71 " n . - ff " ff: , 2 ' 3 V - via.. I L hr ' I Zi- w ,mi ' f 'tf cci A ' 'lr if My . , s- Q-'U V Ns' 91. LN' A -XUDREY STEENBERGEN-Y-'l'er-ns. NK1 li ingtonians Major, Wasbingtoniuns DORETHA STEWART-Student Council, C Concert Club, .Iunto Club, XYnsl1ing'lom in G,-XRNE'l"l' STENVART-Boys' Concert flu l L11 x ROBERT STEVV.-XRT-R O 'l' C. 'eil . :ui Graduate XVENDELL STINSON-Colonizxl Chorus. k tim-ntalziires lllk 4, .. , , N NK , , s K , j , ogg, xx , J, X , X591 iq r s f ' is 1 w, "' ,ix N , ' 5 NY 5 ,Q J! 1 4 xx X it ,. e l l i in L l LINDA TOMLINSON-Colonial Chorus, Con- tinentalaires, Junior Vaudeville, Washing- tonians ROBERT TOWNLEY-Printing Staff, Fresh- man Football, Industrial Arts Major HAROLD TOWNSEND-Junior V a u d e V i l l e, Business Major TESSA TRUSTY-Student Council, Connie Con- tinental Candidate, Homecoming Q u e e n Court, Christmas Carol, Track Queen, May Queen Court, Dramatics Club, Junto Club, Washingtonians KAREN TUCKER-Student C o u n c i l, Junior Vaudeville, Bible Club, Junto Club, Wash- ingtonians KAREN TURNER-Honor S o c i e t y, Quill 8: Scroll, Senior Class-Executive Committee, POST-b u s i n e s s manager, Homecoming Queen Court, Track Queen Court, May Queen Court, Varsity Cheerleader Seniors JOHN STOTT-Honor Society, Concert Band, Latin Club, Science Club JAMES STRANGE-Bible Club-president JUDITH STRETSHBERRY-C G A A, Bowling League, Washingtonians, '61 J a n u a r y Graduate FLOYD STRONG-Cross Crountry, lntramu1'al Basketball, Wrestlingh Reserve Track, In- tramural Baseball, Bowling League GARY STUTZ-Varsity Basketball JUDY SULLIVAN-C o n c e 1' t Band, Junior Vaudeville, Washingtonians, M o n r o vi a Transfer: S o p h o in o r e Class-secretary, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Carnival Queen Candidate, Band Council, Band-sec- retary and treasurer JEANNINE SUMNER-Washingtonians JUDITH TACKWELL-Student Council, Pirate Pearl, May Queen Candidate, Purdue Leg- islature Delegate, Junior Town Meeting, Junior Red Cross, Dramatics Club, Latin Club-secretary, Junto Club, Washingtonians JANICE THOMAS-Washingtonians SANDRA THOMAS-Honor Society, Student Council, Latin Club-president, Junto Club, Science Club, Naturalist Club, Bowling League, Cheer Block, Washingtonians, For- eign Language Major DOROTHY THORNBROUGH-S c i e n c e Club, Washingtonians, Business Major SAUNDRA TOLER-Concert Band, Girls' Con- cert Club, Washingtonians, '61 January Graduate 2 5 5 'I i i 1 l l z Seniors KENNETH TURPIN-Honor Society, Quill at S c ro ll, Student Council-treasurer, SUR- VEYOR-editor-in-chief, Jack Frost Candi- date, Intra-City Council, Capital City Edi- tor's Council-president, Boys' State-alteiw nate, Traveling Journalist, Varsity Cheer- leader, Varsity Tennis, Junior Achievement ERNEST TYLER-Freshman Football, Intra- mural Basketball, Freshman Wrestling JAMES VADEN-'60 August Graduate SHARON VANCE-Honor S o c i e t y, Student Council, Track Queen Court, May Queen Candidate, Washingtonians BARBARA VANDERGRIFF-Junior V a u d e- ville, Gym Assistant, CGAA, Washington- ians ROBERT VANDERGRIFF-R e s e rv e Wres- tling, ,61 January Graduate MARTHA VAUGHTER-W a s h i n g t o n ians, Home Economics Major THOMAS VESTER-Printing Staff, H i s t o r y Major, Industrial Arts Major WINONA WAGNER--Clinic Assistant, Library Assistant, Washingtonians, '61 A u g u s t G1'aduate EVA WALKER--Junior Class-Executive Com- mittee, Junior Prom Queen C a n d i d a t e, Christmas Carol Candidate, Varsity Cheer- leader, CGAA, Washingtonians SYLVIA WALKER-Junior Vaudeville, Junior Red Cross, Y-Teen-secretary, CGAA, Cheer Block, Washingtonians, '61 January Grad- uate PANSY WALLACE-Latin Club, Junto Club, Horizon Club, CGAA, Cheer Block, Wash- ingtonians, Junior Achievement l X xx ' 1 it Z 'Q -I ' - . - j Q? , . ' W ,Eg - 3 5 495 K 'Y 1' is 53' t -:Sp N tr ' 0 X X NS-...tw PAMELA VVALTZ-H o n o r Society-secretsry. Student Council, Senior Class-Executive Committee, M i l i t a r 5' Ball Queen, May Queen Court, Girls' State Delegate, ROTC- sponsor, Junior Town Meeting. Washing'- tonians JUDITH WAMPLER-May Queen, S t n d e n t Council, Homecomine' -ueen, C o l o n i ll l D Chorus-co-president, J u n i o r Yaudeville, Continental C a p e r s, Latin Clnli, .lunto Club-president LUEELLA WASHINGTON-CGAA, Washing'- tonians JAMES WESTMOREI,AND-lndustrial A rt s Major SANDRA VVHEELER-Colonial Chorus, Girls' Concert Club. Junior Vaudeville. Cadet Teacher, Library Assistant, FTA Club. Jnnto Club, YVasliing'tonians BEVERLY VVHITE-Coloiiial Chorus, XYllSi1lIlL1'- tonians Seniors DAVID WHITE-'60 August Graduate RANDAL WHITE-S tu d e n t Council-sgt.-at- arms, J u n i o r Class-sgt.-at-arms, Senior Class-sgt.-at-arms, POST Staff, Ju nior Prom King Candidate, State Wrestling Champion, Lettermen's Club-vice-president, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball SANDRA WHITE-Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, '61 January Graduate BRENDA WILLIAMS-Honor Society, Quill Sz Scroll, Student Council, Senior Class-Ex- ecutive Committee, SURVEYOR-assistant editor, Princess of Light, May Queen Court, Traveling Journalist, Junior Vaudeville, Continental Capers, Cadet Teacher, Gym Assistant, Junior Red Cross JACK WILLIAMS-Gold Key-Blue Ribbon A- ward-Art, Art Assistant, History Major, Industrial Arts Major, '61 January Gradu- ate JOHN WILLOUGHBY-S U R V E Y O R Staff, Track, Latin Club DONNA WITTMAN-Latin Club, Science Club, Washingtonians, Science Major DARLENE WOODS-Junior Red Cross, CGAA, Washingtonians RAYMOND WOOLUMS-Reserve Football KENNETH WRIGHT-C 0 l o n i al Chorus, '61 January Graduate RAYMOND WYCOFF-SURVEYOR and POST P ri n t i n g Staff, Intramural Basketball, Bowling League, Industrial Arts Major RUSSELL YOUNG-Honor Society, Quill 8x Scroll, Student Council, POST-photograph- er, ROTC-battle group commander, Cadet Teacher, Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Varsity Wrestling, Camera Club-vice-pres- ident VIVIAN ZELLMER-Scholastic Art Award, Cheer Block, Washingtonians, Science Ma- jor, Art Major HAROLD ZIGLER-Gold Key-Blue Ribbon A- ward-Art, Industrial Arts Major J 1- Junior Royalty. Candidates for Junior Prom Queen are Judi Olsen, Marsha Brown, Sandra Marsh, Maxine Kennedy, and Sylvia Popchetf. Candidates for Junior eu, Prom King are Bill Pinkston, Mike Guilin, Jim Knolwl, Bob Clark, and Joe Purichia. The couples danced to the music of Nick Craig in an Oriental atinosplierc. "0pen prom" highli hts junior year Electing a group of oiiicers to cooperate with junior sponsors in planning the vear's activities, the Junior Class often met during roll call to discuss problems and make plans for ordering class rings, planning the Junior Vaude- ville, and organizing the Junior Prom. Highlighting the year's activities, the Jun- ior Prom completed the third year at Washing- ton. Dancing to music and whispers, juniors received their first glimpse of formal activities. Thus, the Junior Prom became the background for promoting enthusiastic seniors in '62. ' ' A l gl. f- ' sz cami- 4-ui' Junior executives. Inspecting Junior Ygnnleville sce- nery, class otlicers Bob Clark, Joe llin-icliia. llntliiznxre Burke, Mike Guiiin, president, Marslia Brown. and Beverlv Car ienter ex ress their LlWl1'0Ylll. . P l l S5 1. V21 i 55 all xf ng z it li i . l 1 i , E 1 l i l l gag? was if , j "' . . fr 1 Mg: L 1, 5 S5858 f, y i r " 'B 4 -Qi? "Al0ha!" Mrs. Burdeen Schmidt, vaudeville director, gives helpful hints to 1JGl'l'O1'lU91'S in the Island scene. audeville plays to full house "The Charge of Blight Brigade." Karen Turner, Kenny Drake, Broadway beauties. Linda Myrick and Joe Hendricks, and Brenda Williams play the lead characters. 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' ' ' .7 ,,.e 3 'Y' 1 Wi " 3' 1, v ' gf, -,, ill 3 ' I C Carolyn Lay, Robert Lupear, Ed Mahler, Dave Maloney, Susan ' K Pi ,AP f":' y 14,1 qs' ' Marlow, Sandi Marsh, Sandra Marsh, David Marth, Manuel Mar- ,X ' . f 1 Y N Nj, ' ,jf!'?'l3 'Gl A , tin, Raymond Martin, Harold Mascoe, Joe Masner, William Mason P A P - . 'V W P- 4'P -- 'f Nancy Mattingly, Charles Meador, Janet Melton, Mike Mer- p K W H rick, Arnold Messersmith, Phil Midkiff, Beverly Miller, Ed Mil- -' 5 ? ler, Richard Miller, Richard E. Miller, Pearline Minton, Richard ' , - .. Q' Mitchell, Allen Moore A , 2 1,3 5 John Mclslim, John McGrew, Bob McElyea, Thelma McDon- J P'ii I , V C 75 1 ough, Sue McCann, Betty McBride, Suzy Myers, Robert Murff, M 1 ,T .,P' " 4, Tom Mount, Pat Moulton, Tom Morgan, Paul Morgan, Jackie lf , , ":' E - Morgan S P , ,, Carole McKinney, Nancy McNabb, Leslie McQueen, Billy Neal, 1 " f i -, is Madeline Neal, Tommie Neidigh, Mary Neligh, Sharon Nelson, ' ffife. , P f' , --5 Juanita Nesbitt, Larry Newport, Duane Nicholas, Don Olinski, I X 1 Judi Olsen 'fllif pp yA..'. ,VAHUQ M AVIA- Aulbl ' iff? Larry Orr, Susan Overstreet, Stephen Owens, Louise Owens, ' V , Mary Parker, Mora Parker, Carol Parrish, David Paschall, Janet if P' 't"p ' e g- 3, p f. S , "' P Patrick, George Patterson, Gene Pemberton, Richard Pemberton, ' ' ' ' 4 Ronald Pemberton, Donald Perkinson, Anna Perkoski, Bob L V g , l g ii' 4 Phillips p ti f ' P' i it 90 f l Q E N ,. f Q41 4 L: A if Juniors 1 'f - 1257. 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Kiinsey, Pat Kira, Sharon Klingler, .lack lx111g:,'l1t, Larry lxnighy '-2 "".. ,' A,', '55-5 ..,- ' ,, , . . , , . ,. . . ' "-- -"'- 1 "'- ' , loin Ixnigrht, Jim Ixoch, Larry Kowalski, Ylctol' lxrannn: .5 I 3, ,---'--- z V 1 M W 49" Marv .lane Ixristek, Sandra kvser, Jun lxnohel, loin Lavlfl . . H 3 ' --3 Paula Lane, btephen Lane, Ronald Laswell. Pom Lawlis. Gerald- -l VV- A 2 1 ine Lawson, Sandra Licho, Peggy Livingston, Celestine Lumen I hairy Milton Lowhorn, Shelby Lowhorn, Michael Leak, Dick I ,ee - K A , 4 'Q s ' A+ to direct activities Q3 llfx A 1? are '55, tfl' Q kgs..-J..4,grre f N , X' "' 3 -if . ' X Q at i E , Q 'N . x Q ,, , , E ' .lx , E 1 Q .Q rc ' 1 ' Q, was E M .X . et L ' N K- ' X X V ia '15 X . . Q X tt ,K ex V , V H i X X X X 1, 5 ,x K i ' i Q 'R - X X . W ,Z ' ff .K ' Y . r X - 9 as . X R.. . X35 1 -' YLFSN A . I r .ff I Q X QQ XS e X A Q , , , xy X X N .i ar e K . .- M ,1 4 . . L i OXXQXQQS SQXQNXQS' V, v 91 :Z .aa - Q t. .ez . . . A ' f Q f x f 'ai 'I' . .. 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Tom Eisele, sound crew, relays a message to the projection booth. 94 x i ,Q wa if ' g E in ii- 3, 5 fi 7 fl .1 v 4. nz .fd 9 'a . 1 S, fn.. V 1 - it A V it '-4 ..,. L lid' t Al ,,, . Q Q 'il' U ills EE ' A l f -.. W , V, Sophomores ' ",. , . A Q' M QT ., 5' -I , , i Hug ,, ' Donna Adams, Ronny Adams, Stow: Adams, Sli'-i'ij.' .'xJl21,lllrUll. , t 4 , .2 A.f,' J . . . ' V ' ' Maryann Alexander, Diane Alkirc, Richard Allen, Bon Aziflf-rfoo, K.. ' Carolyn Anderson, Gloria Anderson, Tana Arinftrongf, l'aul Ar- I, t 5, ff nes, Rose Arnold, Sarah Arnold, Marilyn Arnot, Vlifihrfl Artie ,- ' ' I 1, ' A .lim A1'Vlll, Betty Asa, Brenda Auslnrooks, Larry Austin, VK illio , I - ti , - Austin, Ronnie Baht-r, Lee Ann Bainaka, Cliarlem- Baker, Char- , X3 , ,,:-1:12, 'f', ti. .Z lcs Baker, Linda Baker, Donna Baldwin, .lea,1 Ballard, liolwrt Xf 1 A lt : Ballard, Ronald Ballard, Judy Barker, ltoluwt Bakr-r V, 1, Q V M f Harold Barnette, Darryl Barlow, John Barton, Ji-an Beard. Q, ',-A-. Nancy Beaumont, Carolyn Behnkendorf, Carolyn Beinf-ke, Linda ""' zflfl- Q'-gftiif Bennett, Bob Benson, Jesse Benson, Bow-rly lierginan, Loy ' N " Berry, William Berryman, Robert Beye-rlein, Carole Bindhamer. , l ' Geraldine Bishop , ' 'fa' ll Richard Blake, Ronald Borders, Betty Boring, Ronald Boston, 3 , ef- iw, B N ,B ui, B.l ci r lf 1 "'e ' l vra owman, ancv owman, i i'e ow, foria ,rat orc, 3- ," it ,ggfje James Bradley, Carolyn Bradly, Johnny Bradshaw, Carol Brandt, 1 , ' 1 , ff' ' . . ', f Wi- fllr 2 Janet Branson, Janice Brewer, Holly Brooks, Merida lll'ouliS , -"'. B' 'W-QQ fi . Barbara Brown, Deloris Brown, Lucille Brunt, Terry Buck, xg . .:., E Carolyn Buckner, Betty Buis, Sandra Bunch, Barbara Bundy. x, B Q i Richard Burdett, Sandra Burnell, Vickie Burns, Stove Burke, ii-.'jj:'3ff3igj-gf-3,1 Howard Burr, Bob Buslsick, Chris Butcher, Jo.-Xnn Campbell add zest and enthusiasm, V .., .. A AZ: , ' Q I E. , 8. 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Qs, actively participating Joyce Hale, Larry Hale, Laura Hall, Sandra Hall, Richard A ' ff", 5 Harrington, Henry Harris, Alice Hart, Darleen Hart, George 'J if-N. at Hart, Sandra Hart, Larry Hashbarger, Robert Hatcher, Nancy 4 , -l f x Hayes, Gloria Haywood, Kathy Hazelwood, Jerry Hendren ifi by P' 1, ' if ,af lf' 21 ix 33 .fan eg, Y Nancy Hendricks, Linda Henry, Donna Henson, Ronnie Herald, 1, 9 Kay Heriter, Ruth Herndon, Paul Herring, Douglas Hicks, Gary Hicks, Jim Highbaugh, Sandra Higgins, Judy Hinton, Linda Hill, , . Karen Hill, Richard Hobson, Linda Holbrook nu, Linda Hollingsworth, Dee Holloway, Jane Horner, Veda House, James Howard, Linda Howard, Kathy Howe, Doris Hudson, Toni Hughes, Sharon Hunt, William Hunt, Kathleen Hurst, Carolyn Jackson, Linda Jackson, Larry James, Linda Jeter ft"13..r'fil Craig Johnson, George Johnson, Jan Johnson, Martha Johnson, 'fbi Q, Richard Johnson, Richard Johnson, Jess Jones, Jo Ann Johnson, J Karl Jones, Mary Lou Jones, Phyllis Kampe, Joan Kaufman, Ann ', Keck, Dora Killion, Robert Kime, Linda Kinley X ' A ,I If 96 Sophomore Louis Diniitroff, Lois Dixon, Sue Douglas, Mail: lio '.'.' l1l,'ll:, Paul Duke, Sandra Dulla, Gayle Dunf-an, Mil-ze llurlnim. lif-mg' Eadens, Beverly Easton, Robert Easton, Holi l'11l+-r, Varol lifl- wards, James ldclwards, Thomas liisele, Delores lill'-r Charles Elliot, Sue Elliot, Brenda Ellis, llay liysu-r, fliawf - Q 494 xl 'jg ' V ' -J: ...., 3 ..,,. :fazf A iE::j::':1::2-. 1 if - " G li 1' A .' , 1 V x r fy , g .fw I I . 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The marching Continentals take the held t- boost spirit during their pre-game p1'et'or1nance. S, xo 'Q -i t-ifz j:-y in I kg: I ' 5 ll . Q 1 ' ai if EE ,A-:If . , ' ' . , ' 1 F. ' . F . ' ,.. N " li .ex ia Q Q X., X, fx -X 5 Kg- 1 'I T QR . S YG' -in K " w. : Q9 -' X N Q " ff . , A' G Q . .. X TT 5 i W' 3 e we . Q .Q X . J 'N X . ,Sk V, - .. Q .. Q Q X K QQ' N , . iq x A M i FSQNYX S .ri1l '?N TQ X 3' fn ox sssgf-f a E z X :Q M ' ,f f A w X ' i as :G G , , 5 .NI F l , . I mf - . . G S, X K f- ,we F W Y Q , " Ch T3 ge A : X X ' . - - ' T-N X V V X K X of 4 5 34 fx . G X Q 9 X ' ' 2 , Q um, Elm x, 2 A x ' 1 Sl 'YY - 1-X A X X 'hx S X wg X V, ,M g To Q 3 Q 6 A ,, A - S , ,S M A N. .- . S ,..,. ul W ii ' ,xg , 1 Q. 'G ' 5 N51 X U K , :X 97 A ' .. QV: , 1 , ' , 'ik' f , . 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As the day draws to a close, students head homeward toward their various interests. Bobby Mc-Elyea, Pat McGuffey, David McNabb, Ronald Mc- Pherson, Janice Nash, Patricia Neal, Charles Neff, Steve Neff, Patti Neidigh, Brenda Newport, Fred Niblack, Janice Nicholas, Kenneth Noland Kent Oberfell, Elvis Olds, Roy Olsen, Gary Opp, Lois Ott, Bernard Overstreet, Thelma Pack, Martin Parker, Richard Parks, Clifford Parinley, Emilie Parsons, Randy Payne, Johnny Payton Robert Pearsey, Mary Peffley, Cynthia Peterson, Diane Petree, Glendal Petty, Randal Petty, Deatria Phillips, Sandra Phillips, Mollie Philpott, Jimmy Pickard, Ralph Pittman, Donetta Powell, Bonnie Rainey, David Rainville, Sharon Ramos, Wagnei' Ray- mond Mary Rayner, Frances Reamer, William Rednour, Diane Rein- hold, Judy Reynolds, Ronnie Rich, Bill Richardson, Beverly Richey, Barbara Richwine, Charlotte Riegel, Don Roach, Jim Robertson, Johnnie Roberts, Woodrow Rogers, Dave Roney, Cheryl Rose 98 , f 4. 2 , '-., .V 'il sv 'WLM -,.wa:..', 3, : , 1 . ' z C: A-K as '75 ft ' , . 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Advancing to the position of head admin- istrator, Mr. Cloyd Julian assumed the responsi- bilities and prestige of being principal. Former principal Mr. H. H. Walter vacated his office in December to help organize a new high school. Stepping in to fill the vice-principal position va- cated by Mr. Julian, Mr. Guy Mahan, a young executive, worked with experienced vice-prin- cipal Mr. Justin Marshall. Assisting and guid- ing, the administrators and faculty devoted their time and effort to help pupils plan their programs, select a college, and solve personal problems. Working closely with the "upper three," the faculty, counsellers, and office staff helped to maintain an etlicient and proud school. ual "chief executives" share Deans. Mr. Audie Watkins, dean of boys, and Miss Leu- The Guiding Light. Mr. Donald Kramer as- nice Horne, dean of girls, o1Ter counselling services to Con- sists freshmen Cheri Hinderliter, Fred Hul- tinentals seeking advice. ser, and Mary Stephens with their programs. 112 Q , : 'X -. I I V 1ZE5'I:f v'ZQZ 4, MW swf ':,,.,,. ' 35 X '. f fgs 2 dis -A ,,, f ' " fn-,ge jgfg' , - ,.,,. -V7 ' W ' K 2 avi . tw J 'ff 6 School Managers. W o rk i n g in the main oflice and attl-ndance oflii-4 are M1's. Aileen Dickman, bookkeeperg Mrs, Connie Baldwin, Mrs, Wilma Crippen, clerks, Mrs. Grace Arvin, secretary, Mrs. Florina Hendrix-ks clerk: Mrs. Evelyn Farmer, adult assistant: Miss Margaret Hannan secretary, and Miss Annie Harrison, stenographer. responsibilities of leadershi H. H. Walter, principal, Cloyd Julian, prin- cipal, Justin Marshall, vice-principal: Guy Ma- han, vice-print-ipal Audie Watkins, dean ot' boys, Miss Leunit-v Horne, dean of girls, Rowland Jones,athletic director, Mrs, Nellie Baldwin, social worker Robert Badgzgley, inatheinaticsg Mrs. Graco Barker, mathematics: Mrs. Katherine Barnes. home econoinicsg Michael Barrett, industrial arts 113 Eh ,mv 1 W s. U7 3 Faculty Miss Mary Benedict, English, Mrs. Anne Burge, social studies, Paul Carmichael, busi- nessg Mrs. Anne Cartmel, English Mrs. Betty Cedars, business, Mrs. Irene Cory, Englishg Ross Cox, industrial artsy Mrs. Eliza- beth Crider, science Herbert Dixon, social studiesg Mrs. Allie Dra- goo, Englishg Joseph Dutton, Englishg Miss Vivian Ely, mathematics Mrs. Hester Erwin, languageg Mrs. Gladys Freundt, business, Ray Funk, musicg Victor Graves, industrial arts Alan Hamilton, scienceg Charles Hamilton, musicg Richard Harmening, scienceg Mrs. Eliz- abc-th Hatfield, physical education Charles Hawthorne, scienceg Paul Hayes, in- dustrial artsg Thomas Haynes, scienceg Rich- ard Hedges, social studies Mrs. Marjorie Henderson, English, Mrs. Barbara Hine, English, David Hine, physical education, Elbert Howell, social studies Leon Hunt, industrial artsg Carl Jensen, arty Stewart Joyce, industrial artsy Mrs. Elizabeth Julian, librarian Faculty Miss Suzanne Keck, business, Miss Rost- King, home economicsg Mrs. Ruth King, musif-g Donald Kramer, guidance Miss Mary Laatz, business, Miss Gertrude- Lindley, home economics, Miss Mabel Loi-ln'. science, Mrs. Phyllis Lofiland, science Mrs. Dorothy Luther, home economicsg Fran'1 Luzar, physical education, Mrs. Laura Lyons. Englishg Edward Manetta, art Lloyd Mann, Englishg Mrs. Marjorie Mare shall, home economics, Miss Evelyn McConnell. arty Robert McConnell, mathematics Russell McConnell, social studies, Miss Nancy McCullough, English: Mrs. Margaret McWilliams, English, Walter Mendel, indus- trial arts Pershing Meyers, social studies, Frank Mun- Shower, scienceg Miss Orrell Negus, home eco! nomicsg J. C. Nelson, science Jerry Oliver, physical educationg James Otto, science, Miss Thelma Parks, languageg Dwight Pierce, social studies Mrs. Viola Ramsey, mathematics: Mrs. Eliz- abeth Randolph, home economics: Miss Mar- jorie Reinhart, librarian, Mrs. Fimie Richie. language 93'- .SGS Q 89.5 sk is ' ' 115 G' Faculty Leo Rosasco, English, Herschel Ross, science, Mrs, Mildred Ross, science, Miss Ruth Rosser, music Benjamin Sanders, industrial arts: Mrs. Sam- uella Sands, business, Bernard Sauter, science, Mrs. Burdeen Schmidt, physical education Kenneth Schuster, mathematics, John See- burger, industrial arts, Miss Eunice Seybold, l-lnglish, Mrs. Marie Shaffer, mathematics Amos Slaton, social studies, Mrs. Florence Smith, English, Herbert Smith, industrial arts, Frank Tardy, science Joseph Tofil, physical education, Mrs. Cor- lie Walker, social studies, Ursa D. Walker, in- dustrial arts, Roger Weaver, industrial arts Mrs. Betty Werthman, English, John Wil- liams, physical education, Mrs. Rosemary Win- ters, physical education, Marvin Winzenread, mathematics Miss Jean Wood, English, Jerald Wyman, mathematics, Carl Zenor, social studies, Carl Jenkins, military training Robert Rock, military training, Mrs. Edna Long, music accompanist, William Wulzen, head custodian, Mrs. Ethel Bohlsen, cafeteria manager ,Y ,fhQlW'uwE, Q' ff' 5 0, 4? Z QW r ? ' Q l 2 Q1 ? 5 ig Er 2 V' N ' S 5 ' 1 A f' fx K 3 . l -v-...M Keep Continentaland Clean! Keeping the halls clean Kenneth Riderg row 2: Riley Burns, chief' eiigiiieilr. is one of the jobs of custodians Row 1: William Wolzen, John Faulk, Ralph Gakley, Eddie Yespo, und Fil linu- head custodian, Tom Lend, Frank Stergar, Julius Sida, mann, Domestic staffs keep household 'Nw wwqvw ,M 5 e i t I-X . , i ' Z 2 i Service With a Smile! Cafeteria cooks are Row 1: Townsend, Lucille Fields, Mario llfssox, Sliirlcl' YU- U01- Isa Stephens, Pearl Breedlove, Frances Hensley, Myrtle Alina D. Hart, Sylvia Luinond. .-Xi-wllai l-Ti-viiz, C-vga Jonesg row 2: Alma F. Hart, Cathryn Cutt, Maxine Wiltz, and Gwen Yun Dcwinlw. 117 ln Advertising The ifference is xy, Fi """" . I NN lv XX I f X X an ' X 0 vga' N r fl XXX flK 118 Dividends Serving as a shopping guide, POST ads guarantee dividends, dividends to those who patronize our yearbook. . . Students, in turn, patronize those establishments which show an interest in their school . . Endorsing only those firms of highest reputation, the stall of the 1961 POST strives to enlighten Continentals. w ls e1mw al. 3 IVY LEAGUE? CREWCUT? FLAT-TOP? It's a "shear" pleasure to get a haircut at Huff's Barber Shop. Huff's Barber shop 3345 W. 10th St. Karen Turner, Dave Hazelwood, Paulette Huff GOT A MEAN CAR? Don't wrestle with your car problems. Colne to White's Service. White's Service 1228 W. VVashington Me. 7-0092 Randy White . OVERDRAWN? The bargains at Kresg'e's tempt anyone pocketbook. 1xresge's Eagledale Plaza 2744 Lafayette Road Wa. 4-1120 Janice Floyd, Barbara Vandergriff WANT BETTER PICTURES? En ravin s from Ro Jkey insure liigliest L' L' l quality reproductions. Ropkey Engraving 117 N. East St. Me. 9-3426 Joe Hendricks, Toni Blair DESTINATION? It's fun to go places when you pedal your Way on a bicycle from Frecldie's. F reddie's Bicycle Shop 3202 W. 10th St. Me. 7-4696 Kenny Turpin, Judy Hannn SATISFIED CUSTOMER? Surely! Your senior portrait will be one of lasting beauty, thanks to Loudermilk. Loudermilk Studio 102 S. Pennsylvania Me. 6-3469 Barbara Brown ff' HAVE MOTOR TROUBLES? Speedway Auto Parts is right behind you when you need assistance. Speedway Auto Parts., Inc. 3436 W. 16th Street Me.8-1557 Mr. Miller, Don Rose V CINDERELLA? You, too, will feel like a princess when you patronize your Schiff's Shoe Store. Schiff's Shoes Eagledale Plaza 2770 Lafayette Road Wa. 4-1128 Q Diane Osting, clerk Q HAVE YOU HAD YOUR MILK TODAY? Our cafeteria sells only Hornaday milk because it's Hmooing fresh." Hornaday Milk Co., Inc. 1447 W. Market St. Me. 2-5335 i Norman Donovan TROUBLES? Froin nialts to medical supplies, you'll find that MSLW has everything. .jyqi 7 M SL rugs 2128 W. Washington St. Me. 7-8934 f . Q, 3 2 in + n"n 2 ,.V- Ill: , :fin . .b .a,,,Lgf,7'ff'WfWiv ,f,,. 4W,.a,, ,f I , , Kenny Drake . ' f SEEKING A BETTER PLACE T0 EAT? From any angle, Park-Eat offers the best in service and the finest in food. M... ,.. 5 ark-Eat five-Inn 6200 W. Washington tt. Ch. l-2677 if ff' fx r ,,,,....... LQK-gm Judy Tackwell, Nancy Poindexter, Margie Sell, Marianne West, Cynthia Peterson, Kay Fields NNWF HAVE TROUBLE MEETING PEOPLE? ' . Rely on the Dairy Queen to help you lind Qi . friends with the same interests. iiiii ,R SX.. 1 D ' F TJ - . .XT P is wry Queen 1 lf. -yi 2135 W. Washington St. ss N . 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J mai . fv Y Z 5 f Q4 f ix 5 A , - we 1 'Q f 59539 'Eff Mir mf .f , if . .Z pf ,.' -"':s,r f ' ,l .fivfff 1 ,fifi ef 1 gl fT?1fE?3i'9zi', f 1 L .iedggsw , lv 9 M., u ff wi ,f 4 .,t,'vv4f'f1 f YZ rf: '- gtfmi-.i','s f,: , ' ,,r,'4-A eg,4,!,g,-, , ..: sf N P ' vi it 5 iv-9:1 ' 'Fifi T :tl ' Q 171' ji 1 Q' f C ' .9 ,,.,.'.,.,f,--3 11 , Qi m"2 ,' f f 1' M ARE YOU A HGOOFING GOLFER"? If you're not up to par, then you need practice. Go to the Putt-Putt often. Putt-Putt Golf Course Eagledale Plaza 2802 Lafayette Road Ronnie Slater, Donna Kany NEED A GIFT? Selecting from all the beautiful plants at Grande's can present a real problem. John Grande 85 Sons 2401 W. Washington St. Me. 7-3525 Phyllis Bain , UNDER THE WEATHER? When you're feeling ill, stop at your one stop drug center, Allison's. Allison Drugs 1921 W. Washington St. Me. 7-4644 Sandy Adams INFLATION? A Chevy from Bud Gates inflates your ego without deflating your bank account. Bud Gates,1nc. 1639 Lafayette Rd. Me. 5-7321 Jim Loviscek, Tessa Trusty, Linda Harmon, Judy Cassidy, Diane Osting PROM-MINDED? Before the prom or any time, come to SkefTlngton's for your formal wear. Skeffington's Inc. Men's Formal Wear Rental 132 E. New York St. 922 Broad Ripple Ave. Frank Johnson and friend 9? SPECIAL EVENT COMING? Floral arrangements from KI9f61',S are , lovely to look at and delightful to send. Q. Kiefer's 5 2901 W. 16th Sr. Me 7-1531 5 i l l. Mr. Kiefer, Joan Elmore FASHION-MINDED? Q Dorothy's has the perfect clothes for every occasion. H l E 1506 Main st. Speedway ' Ch. 4-0210 l Brenda Williams SMALL? MEDIUM? LARGE? Frostop has something for everyone, from the smallest to the largest. Frostop Drive-in 2619 Lafayette Rd. Wa 3-3032 Jim Myers, Ed Barry, Richard Boarman The Difference is the Diploma Striviiig' for livigglils ziliivv. coiiiiiioiiplzicc. th seniors ol' 'lil fglf'X'LL1f thuii'1lioug'lils I L higher and gneaiei' levele I if . Y i Q b ,ia arf: vi , . 'ln 'The'61lWDST' The POST slam salutes the rlesigiiers ul lOl'IlHl'l'lbXYlS pimspi-1'i1ji thanks Earl Louclermilk ..... . . Senior photos and activity' piuiures Hennington Studios .......... . .... L'iidei'cluss pirtiires Newspaper Boys of America ...., . . . . . Biiiiliiig' Ropkey Eiigrzwiiig' Coiiipuiiy Im: . The S. K. Smith Conipziiiy ......... l"ii-"mx iii--'X . . . K, 1 F. L uN'vi'.N Wasliington High School Print Shop . . . l'riiiiir.g 127 Index A Administrative Staff ....... . . . 112-113 Advertisers ....... . 118-126 Assistants . ......... .... 9 B Baseball Reserve ..... 56 Varsity ....... . . 57 Basketball Freshmen , . . . 52 Reserve .... .... 5 2 Varsity ....... Bible Club ........... Bowling .............. Boys' Concert Club ....,. Boys' State Delegates C Cafeteria Staff . .. .. . .. CG.-XA ......... . . . . Cheerleaders ........ Christmas Carol . . Clean-up Queen ..... Colonial Chorus ....... Concert Band ......... Connie Continental .... Continentalaires . . . Cross Country .... Custodians . . D DAR Good Citizen .. Debate Club ..... Dean of Boys Dean of Girls Drama Club ...... Drum Major ....... E Expedition Panel ........... F Faculty ....... ....... Football Freshmen . . . Reserve . . . Varsity ....... Freshmen .... . . . FTA Club ........... G Girls' Concert Club ......... Girls' Ensemble ......... Girls' State Delegates . . . Golf ................. 1-I Homecoming Queen . ....... . I I Speak for Democracy ......... Intra-City Council Delegates .... J Jack Frost ........... ..... Jamboree Queen . ....... Johnnie Continental .. 50-51 34 .. 60 .. 33 117 .. 60 .. 61 .. 42 4 -7 . . .4 .. 23 24 .. 40 .. 10 .. 54 ..11'T .. 6 .. 35 112 112 .. 35 24 . . 6-7 113-116 .. 49 . ..... 48 46-47 102-111 37 .. 23 22 .. 33 .. 58 .5, 43 7 .. 30 . . 42 . . 42 . . -10 Junior Red Cross . . . . . . 36 Juniors ........... . . . 87-93 Class Oflicers ...... . . . 85 Prom Candidates .... .... 8 5 Vaudeville ......... . . . 8, 86 Junto Club .... .. 36 L Latin Club ......... ...... . . . 37 Leeper as Mayor ..... .... . 6 Lettermen's Club .......... . . . 59 M Majorettes .......... ....... . . 24 Math Club ............. . . . 35 May Queen and Court . . . . . 65 Military Ball Queen . ..... . . . 26 N National Honor Society ...... . . . 31 News Bureau ......... ....... . . . 40 O Open House .. ............. . 8 Orchestra ..................... . . . 25 Outstanding Girl Scientist . . . . 6 P POST Editors . ...... . .. . . 38 POST Staff ......... .. 38 Princess of Light . . . . . 42 Principals ....... . . 112 Print Shop .......... . . 41 PTA .................. . . 9 Purdue Delegates . . . . . 32 Q Quill and Scroll . . . .......... . . . 31 R ROTC Color Guard .... . . . 26 Flag Retreat . . . . . . 27 Rifle Team . . . , , . 27 Sponsors ..... . . . . . 26 Top Cadets . . . ..... . . . 27 S Science Club . . . ..... . . . 34 Seniors ......... . . . . 66-84 Class Oiiicers . . . . . 64 Election ..... . . . 5 Play ............... .... 6 4 Sophomores ............... . . . 94-101 Student Council .......... .... 3 O Student Council Officers . . . . . . 28 SURVEYOR Editors . . . . . 39 SURVEYOR Staff . . . . . 39 T Tennis ...... . . . . . 58 Track Freshmen . ..... . . . . 56 Varsity .................,... . . 55 Track Queen and Court . . . . . 43 Traveling Journalists .... . . 33 W Washingtonian Ofiicers ....... . . . 32 Wrestling ......... . . 53 128 . 1 l 1 ? 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