John Adams High School - Album Yearbook (South Bend, IN)

 - Class of 1949

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RQ mx We fain f4dldm4. 7747 Mary Louise Sclfwvvier, Editor South Bend May 1949 1- 1 may Faculty and Students W so ttttt C 5 Screen as The John Adams Administratorscca as 6 Ushers The Faculty - ssss Album ee,.. Class ot Sports Class ot '50 ssasa..e Football Class of '51 s...,o, QQXXUHJ F GVP7 If Basketball x -' Q 5 Q g I Class of '52. ...,s, N 1 QCL y SEQOKHVGC l - f Golf .ssss . 1 T .-4' ' - Clubs sososoof., GFVPING X Tennis ..e. ff 5-.f,2 5 'WP .- : 1 ': Student Council aaaaaaa ,l 5' ' , f Baseball 'fi 72- . G 511 '32 Tower ,, .......,,.c.,c Heugfjlgggx ll v' , Cross Country cccc s T'l"l!l"'U"'lli- L 'V 4' 3 ? Hi-Y, aa,,aa 5 I 2, 1 Track ....., " "' , ' f Y-Teens KVQOWBIB..-in Features 51- ills- '1lll'rflIl""fmp , , Glee Club .,aa,,, 3 fl, X Driver Training aassaaas.a .n - H . J..-:f"',l t lIll..- x K K Junior Red CFOSS - aeee eveeeea E- 1 f g Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines L. b MMM- ' ' 1 .-F ' fafv " aa'aaa-'naa American Culture Trip -, Drama Club ,,uuu,u Soci Tlrip ,. ,cccc c ccccf C Debate so as auau,u r ,, I Miscellaneous cccc. Instrumental Music G. A' A- Advertising uua,cccc.c. . ssccssc - M0'W0QV'3m Senior Assembly Awards 4 1-Y f4y- Aia. ,..., - 47- F 5 Y NAINALIS Www "WL riff 'QV Q2 eww wp em'2L ' . v Q0 emi f NV M ' 1 . ., . "H" S Q - ""4 ' x ' Q1 jxx 'I 523 earn?-1 ' . 5 ..:L::Vs-lin. 6:5 xx l 1 ww. U ' K ' L4 t QX nn- T l 1 -lg I 5 MR. GALEN B. SARGENT MR. RUSSELL A. ROTHERMEL Principal Assistant Principal Miss Aorves BURNS iviiss TNANDA west Counselor and Registrar Office Secretary gm,-ff EAR after year The Album mentions in considerable detail the new teachers who have been added to the staff. The old stagers have been pretty well ignored. We think they are beginning to get pettish about the situation, as one of them slashed feebly at the editor in the hall the other day with his rubber- tipped cane. This issue, therefore, announces the existance of The Wheeled-Chair Society, an organization of public spirited and perma- nent ten bees conceived in an editor's nightmare, first announced herewith, and dedicated to raise funds to make possible the presen- tation to the last surviving teacher of the original T940 staff a square- wheeled, rolling throne on the Hrst day that he or she totters rheu- matically into Adams as the sole survivor of the original faculty complement. The list of contestants in the running for this remarkable prize grows steadily shorter. On checking the T942 Album Cfirst edition collectors look for none earlier -there ain't anyj we find Mr. Galen B. Sargent, then a shy, slim, boyish-looking fellow, heads the list. Other survivors of the pre-side walk period when every class was taught to the tune of squeaky W.P.A. wheelbarrows are Mathmeti- cians Rothermel and Weir, Counsellor Burns, Scientist Reber, Vocally Rcllucvua , IVUSS Kam-.. Mac was Eve-ten but still growing strongly. ii . .... MRS. IRENE ARNDT MISS MARY JANE BAUER MISS ELIZABETH BENNETT NIR. J.. . Commercial Science Physical Education Social Studies Study Hai. 'lR. CECIL DEARDORFF MR. FLOYD DICKEY MRS. PATRICIA FOGT MR. ALONZO GOLDSBERRY MISS GWENDOLYN Instrumental Music Industrial Arts, Mathematics Health, Physical Education Social Studies Latin i, vi. .s of an oio oog tor a playful pup. .ere remains for enumeration only the really . l. KRIDER MISS HELEN LAW MRS. JANET LEE MRS. English Spanish Art, Home Economics MISS MYRTLE MOBERG MR. ROLLO NEFF MR. GORDON NELSON MRS. Librarian Social Studies Mathematics, Commercial Science . --iv freshma t HAZEL MCCLURE English, Speech DOROTHY PATE Vocal Music 'L 1., g -. ...c .- 49 TaculTy would be compleie .. une.. over The orchesTra menTioning our l. U. sTudenT Teachers in residence. Carolyn Johnson, Jerg The Library. Harry Koss, laTe of pupil personel, Joe Drennan, and Bob Quimby who moved in and Taught so well chivvies, The Tar Pacihc, and Riley is serving a varied apprenTiceship ThaT They were bona Tlde faculTy personel. MR. RALPH POWELL MISS ANNAJANE PUTERBAUGH MR, PAUL REBER MISS FLORENCE ROELL MISS PHYLLIS SHUMAN Physical Education, Driver Training Commercial Science, Home Economics Science Commercial Science InsTrumenTal Music Miss MARJORIE STITT MISS MARY LOU TASH MR. KERMIT THOMPSON MR. VOLNEY WEIR MRS. FRANCES VVISEMAN Home Economics Science, Physical Education lndusTrial Arts, Mathematics NlaThemaTics Commercial Science, Art . " ... ...,,,f1f1u 7!4245i!ZM2"X N ..mA-be FHM FIRST ROW, left pic- ture: President, Joe Howell. Right Picture: Vice President, Bob Manby. SECOND ROW, left picture: Secretary, Connie Hudson. Right picture: Treasurer, Artie Grant. THIRD ROW, left picture: Co-valedic- torian, Janet Shulmier. Right picture: Co-val- edictorian, Mary Louise Schwier. FOURTH ROW: Salutatorian, Katherine Cawthorne. school. Perhaps it was not quite so roug.. - the trip to California was for the l849'ers seeking gold, but our T9-49'ers had exams to wrestle with that were as ferocious as any Indian band. The first lap of our iourney was very be- wildering. Like lost little sheep, we found our rooms, met our new teachers, and struggled with our locker combinations. We became initiated to high school life when we took part in the all-school play, "Straw Hat." We Saw the first "Adams' Eve" and some were lucky enough to take part in the wonderful "Ka- tinka." And the wagon wheels rolled along-- September 1947, and we were "upper- classmen"- we were a real part of Adams now. We took our place in the building of traditions at John Adams. Our class presented the first cafe - the "Stardust Cafe," which was a huge success. We also gave the "Golddust Cafe," our class party, which will forever be a fond memory in our trip through school. We were thrilled and chilled by "Crime At Blos- soms." And the wagon wheels rolled along-- enced. We were s.,..ioi- .O D we were waiting for. Right oft i.. .ve walked off with fifteen of the twenty-one leads in "Captain Jinks." We'll never forget this last school play - It was swell. We were initiated to the "Soci" life of current events. The most popular saying on Monday morning was, "Let's exchange notes." Betty Granat became Tower Editor and put out an excellent paper. Susie Schwier headed the Album. Our cheerleaders got new uniforms and they sure did look nice. We elected our Senior Class Officers- Presi- dent, Joe Howell, Vice-President, Bob Manby: Secretary, Connie Hudson: and Treasurer, Artie Grant. Also there was our Senior Cabinet- Pat Haley, Ona Apelgreen, Jim McClusky, Robert Zenzinger, Betty Granat, and Bob Miller. Susie Schwier won the D.A.R. Citizen- ship Award - Dave Hyde was elected football captain-President Truman visited our fair city -We picked our colleges and began tak- ing scholarship tests. John Adams High School was paid for - Many senior girls brought back WW diamonds on their third fingers from the Christmas tree - Santa also brought two new teachers, Mrs. Arndt and Mrs. Lee. We finally found out that "Fearless" was none other than Joan Partritz - She sure had us guessing about all those articles she wrote about the teachers - Then it was sectional time, Hoosier Hysteria really took hold - John Adams lost in her first game to Washington-Clay, but we put up a good fight - We won nine of our eighteen basketball games which isn't too bad. Things really began to happen in our second semester. We got measured for our caps and gowns, we ordered cards and announcements - Senior play practice began - The prom com- mittee started working hard - The Soci Trips began - The senior class learned what a big dirty place Chicago really is. The day finally arrived - The Prom - We called it the "Golden Mist"- Then of course we had our senior exams the same day - Next was Cap and Gown Day, when we all paraded in our Hnery for the benefit of the lower classmen - And the wagon wheels rolled along --they rolled right up to Baccalaureate and Commencement- We received our diplomas and for some of us it was the end of our long iourney through school- For others it was just a stop in the road, for college shines on ahead - None of us will ever forget John Adams and the wonderful trip through it, but the wagon wheels must roll along. For the complete list of honors and awards made at the Senior Assembly on May 3l, see page 83. ll FIRST ROW, left picture: "Best sense of humor"- Harold Heeter and Betty Gudates. Right picture: "Best Personality" - Jerry Freels and Connie Hudson. SECOND ROW, left picture: "Most Friendly" - Marilyn Deidrich, Joe Howell, and Artie Grant. 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M Riley invades the Adams Little Theatre. ,Z ' 1 1 f S2 W are J my fa A' Hnf 'fc' . sr! 1 MQW , ff QL 'fr ,. ' f 3215 L T l 1 ,ff 'f"':cgvpf,,fg ,Q a , .-..: A ., VQIA 5 V .,V, 1 ,,,-, lo f4 4'fVf 46 5, ,, .,.. . -fwfr if , 9 Jaw. M Z fy? A aw , T5 V ,WW . gf, 2 Q' J ,ii ff V! if W , 'f , , Jw, If , 1 HW W1 " X ' I M. Brown R. Casper V. Dawson P. Ford N. Guisinger R. Hoover Phil Cappert, Jim Koehler, Bob Ross, and Jim McCIusky waiting for the big moment. B, Calvin G, Cone N, Eddy J,Gearha,-1 J, Hammond J,HQrva1h N0TlWlV'9 happemedl N. Casper E. Conrey J. Filley J. Gindelberger M. Haumesser P. Hylman '- ' . I ye w: .4 I... 35,1 " V .. f . . I Vvvvr AV -f f f ..- -Y ' - . ,.,. P 4 ,z ' X W5 4111, K 4 if ,Mfg fggff 1' 44 , " 'IWQQZ A Mr Q . n h 7 Z 7 9 f . ' , X Q -qw f , I z . ' . gf ww QQ? If ,M jig W , 1 X 1 . F 'f 4 H 'Q ,.' 11" , ' ' 1 f 1' ' ' ,E - M.. . A WT... -' -1 .,.,,- 1 "":21-fl t 2' 1. l 'T' A we 5-if. -1: . is MQ 2 W - W. 1 K -fu .1 i . 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NDER the sponsorship of Mr. Rothermel, the John Adams Student Council represents the student body in school problems and activities. Unlike the Gold Rush Forty-niners who had no organized form of government say nothing of one which represents the entire group, the Student Council could be called the "voice of the student body." The Council is composed of one representative from each home room. The purpose of Student Council is to co-ordinate student activities and also to bring closer co-ordination between students and faculty. All suggestions by members or other students were discussed at the meetings held every Thursday morning. The most successful proiect of the Council this year was the milk provided for those who eat lunch at school. They also finished the preparation of a pamphlet concerning the school, which will be for all incoming sophomores. For the first time John Adams ex- changed queens at a sporting event! This was accomplished by the Student Council in co-ordination with Riley's Student Council. BOTTOM ROW Wayne Hodge, Mary Jane Fansler, Don Oakes. TOP BOTTOM ROW: Jo Green, Sue Smith, Jeanne Ingram. TOP ROW: BOTTOM ROW: Susie Schwier, Barbara Sennetf, Mac Bussert TOP ROW Bob Stout, Jack Troeger. Jack Bussert. John Meyers, Dick Bennett, Bob Ross. ROW: Jim McCluskYf Tom Barth, DGVOH Ff6SlT' W. ... , i mm -at vf.a4,,smm ' ww - M., , ,, - zzwwef .insgz DITOR-IN-CHIEF of the Tower, our school newspaper, Betty Granat certainly has done a much better iob of keeping us informed of the activities in and around school than any l849'er could have done. The l849'ers probably had iust as much good news, but it all had to be passed on by mouth due to their lack of modern conveniences. Betty was very ably assisted by a fine staff. The editorial staff was composed of, Betty Stark and Lois Warstler, features, John Horvath, sports, Donna Miller, music, Joan Feldman, exchange, and Merrilyn Tasher, clubs. The business staff was under the direction of, Hannah Pillow and Mary Ann Pordon, advertising, Joan Stom- baugh, business, Teresa Ferraro, exchange, and Virginia Holland, circulation. Miss Florence Roell was the faculty advisor. The senior issue of the Tower is always the one most talked about. This is composed of senior wills, class prophecy, awards, and other senior news. Betty and her staff spend a lot of extra time on this issue so that it will be something for the Seniors to long remember. BOTTOM ROW: left to right: Marilyn Diedrich, Carol Anderson, TOP ROW: Nancy Cleghorn, BOTTOM ROW left fo right Judy Riggs Rosie Kelly Shirley Rogers Dorothy King Carolyn Anderson Shirley Mary Nye, Dora Bowman, Ann Donker. N c , . g?i,c5w,?., ...,. .. . X f sv .. V. -. ' ,... .lk WZ!! jf If. 9395395-.-rzak . ,Qx - 42 af'- I-Y IS a service club. lts duties consist of conducting the Christmas Seal Sale, decorating the Christmas Tree, and taking care of the honor roll. One of the main events of the year is the Easter Program. Supervising these activities keeps Mr. Dickey very busy. Near Valentine's Day, the Hi-Y sponsored the "Swingheart Sway" where cupid played upon the hearts of l949'ers. Friend Cupid reports a dramatic change has taken place in the last one hundred years. The fiddle and caller of the old time square dances, and bashful maids in gingham and pigtails have been replaced by Myron Waltz's smooth orchestra, and bold young moderns in sophisticated gowns. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Dick Coffman, Bill Hudson, John Horvath, Bob Wegner, Mac Bussert, Dan Rich, Don Haefener, Tom Warrick, Dick Moore, Joe Howell. SECOND ROW: Al Lohman, Dick Carlson, Bob Gross, Bob Eveld, Jim Mould, Dick Bolesky, Bill Baranowski, Bill Tait, John Bowman, Bill Clark, Hank Hukill, Jim Sears. TOP ROW: Dean Adair, Sam Jennings, Dennis Kunce, Bill Schrader, Alan Schwam, Bruce Million, Bob Pfafl, Gene Landry, Marlin Miller, Dick Bennett, Carlisle Parker, Bud Sunderlin. Hank Hukill takes the ball from the faculty at "Adams Eve." Dick Moore and Dan Rich put names on the honor roll. Jim Sears, National Hi-Y President. -7 O MATTER vvheTher iT is T849 or T949 iT is always necessary Tor people To Try To be Tree from discriminaTion and To be sTriving Tor a beTTer democracy. The Y-Teens are sTriving Tor These Things, for Their purpose is To build a Tellovvship of girls devoTed To The Task of realizing no discriminaTion in religions or races and To Teach girls hovv To live in a democracy. Miss STiTT vvas The sponsorlof The Y-Teens. They were represenTed in The NorThern Indiana Y-Teens conference on March T2 and helped plan The all-ciTy semi-formal dance which was held in May. They also sponsored a scarf sale. The scarfs were red and vvhiTe or blue and vvhiTe vviTh John Adams prinTed on Them. OFFICERS, left To right: Teresa Jones, Beverly Cochran, BefTy Gudales, Betty Fisher Some Y Teens eahng Their lunch at a noon meehng DOY Depfeef Pal Sellsf Naomi Bfown' um X,-N O MATTER what age or era you name, you'II find music was an important part of lite. In the gold rush days they sang of "Clementine" as they pushed ahead to California, today we're singing "Slow Boat to China." Yes, the songs change, but people will never stop singing. At John Adams we are proud to have one of the best Glee Clubs in the state, to entertain us by singing the songs of our time the way we love to hear them. BOTTOM ROW, Iett to right: Lauiette Canter, Mary Earl, Joanne Robinson, Jean Ingram, Agnes McCreary, Betty Solbrig, Joanne Ingleheld, Norma Lebo. SECOND ROW: Karin Kindig, Martha Swintz, Maragazet Carter, Donna Leng, Carol Jones, Su Green, Barbara Brecht, Jo Green. THIRD ROW: Sylvia Lerner, Naomi Brown, Nancy Thomas, Betty Cierzniak, Nancy Bolt, Jeanne Kitowit, Nancy Hastings, Mrs. Pate. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Watson, Mariann Opperman, Shirley .il ....... THE TRIPLE TRIO, left To right: Sharon Chambers, Lola Bishop, Beverly Brooks, Martha Swintz, Myra Roberts, Virginia Caron, Nancy Watson, Mary Earl, Betty Solbrig, Sylvia Lerner. Laurette Canter accompanying. Several changes have been made in the Glee Club this year. They gave their inspiring Easter program in the evening for the first time, making it convenient for everyone who wished to hear the beautiful performance. lt must have been appreciated by all who attended, for Glee Club members took up a collection of 5225.00 from the delighted audience which has gone toward buying a new piano. Also new this year is an organization of ten boys who call themselves the "Troubadors." They are Selig, Sharlee Cissell, Ed Ashley, Mary Westwood, Jean Gooley, Jucly Riggs. FIFTH ROW: Joanne Goffeney, Dave Williams, Bud Parker, Bob Bartol, Don Crawford, Paul La Mar, Steve Elek, Ed Higgins, Ray Casper. SIXTH ROW: David Young, Keith Born, Carol Dickinson, Dan Miller, Dave Hyde, Dick Bolesky, DeVon Frash, Bob Parker, Paul Stewart, Bill Tait. aa THE TROUBADORS, left to right: Bill Daugherty, Bob Trimble, Jerry V Freels, Bob Ptaff, Dave Gibson, -...,-...V..x, z D ic k C a r l s O n , C a r o l D ic k i n s o n , Dave Hyde, and D 'Ck Boleskv. g f 1 f- .sr :ts-A. ff ' 's' 'tfs."ikIsi" QOLOISTS, Myra Roberts and V B e v e r l e y B r o o k s . .Z " fs I :Lis - X x giving the Triple Trio quite a bit ot competition. ln order to eliminate the problem ot who is to sing at outside engagements, the Traveling Choir was established this year, too. Assisted by Myra Roberts, Vice-President, Dave Hyde presided over the Glee Club this year, while Mrs. L. T. Pate directed. Other officers were: Ramona Schecker, Jean Ingram, Joan Robinson, Jeanette Mueller, Mary Earl, Bob Bartol, Nancy Hastings, and John Bowman. Serving as treasurers were Bill Cox and Nancy Watson. The outstanding BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Mary Nye, Sharon Chambers, Beverly Brooks, Marion Lory, Myra Roberts, Lola Bishop, Pat Shaw, Judy Bailie. SECOND ROW: Arlene Dombrose, Pat Callahan, Marva Tanner, Dixie Landy, Jo Ellen Morris, Cora Lou Owens, Charlene Everest, Jeanette Mueller, Joan Pixley. Tl'-HRD ROW: Kay Frauenthal, Virginia Caron, Kelly Kindig, Bill Daugherty, Jerry Freels, Myra Jane Lea, Ramona Schecker, Carolyn Johnson, Nancy Carlson. FOURTH ROW: eiwif S .Q - X -Qc tg Q X mslx .fs cs. is . 5 .. NWN accompanists were Laurette Canter, Martha Swintz, Betty Solbrig. High lights on their schedule were the Thanksgiving Day Recital, Christmas Assembly, Traditional Christmas Vespers, Easter Assembly sponsored by the "Hi-Y", Baccalaureate Services, and Com' mencement. All ot the programs were greatly appreciated by the students. They sang for numerous other assemblies, and a number ot churches, luncheon clubs, and other outside engagements. Sharon Cotherman, Bob Ptaft, Rex Edwards, Kay Spenner, Donna Miller, Jane Tarr, Lois Warstler, Janet Cronkhite, Janice Hoover. FIFTH ROW: Bob Reinke, Bob Ross, Larry Krieqhbaum, John Bowman, Bob Northrop, John Meyer, Marty Weissert, Jean Koenigshof, Marilyn Stegman, Shirley Putnam. SlXTH ROW: Jack Pinckert, Dick Carlson, Dick Brueseke, Bill Cox, Tom Barth, Jack Filley, Jon Ohlheiser, Steve Kierein, Jim Leng. -.-.,..s.- . x X X X X Cf? l A if as a ? G ff wwf f ' 2 Z. 1 f 'WW z X M we QQ? til' if Q9 S x Wy XS? 3 5225? Tvitws 3 fs OFFICERS, lett to right: Christine Scott, Betty Granat, and Barbara Brecht BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Betty Gudates, Norma Eddy, Velma VanHove Margaret Boldon, Joanne Mortensen, Loretta Blanton, Bernice Callahan. TOP ROW Nancy Cosvvell, Rosalie Fragorneni, Mary Swingendorf, Bob Ptaft, Carolyn il HE BOX which the Junior Red Cross is preparing for Europe probably would have been a big help to the Forty niners as they vvent to California in search ot gold. This box which the Junior Red Cross Council ot John Adams has worked on all year is to be packed with items which are necessary and scarce in the European countries The Junior Red Cross divided into committees to simplify their work Margaret Bolden and Barbara Brecht head the committee which is to purchase items tor a First Aid Kit The committee which Betty Gudates heads is to purchase articles necessary for good grooming Bob PtaFT's committee is sup- plying articles tor the Children s amusement. School supplies vvere purchased by Rosalie Fragomeni s committee. The boys woodwork shop at Lincoln made the box Miss Helen Lavv is the faculty advisor for this group .Q ff: X E ::2f22'1'E-Y , ' . . ,5:.,212 .,., , .,-.1 ..,..-.-:Q-55:15 ' ' V-:fe-.1 :F-5f31f.51i ' t r 412- ' aabbfwiwft -ff 3, , ,'zf"Q:11zf w afar .. 1 : :,s. 51:-. A 3-'o -1 :ft 1212: : . - ,-.zsf :,' ,, ' - ' 'i - fi II A " ,. -534' -. .fi '- ' ' it f-J f ' 1+. ..:,,- r . -xg, .1 .43-wr.. 1.3 3 gg , - 5,-1. Zeai' ,1."'12.. 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' liffiii-1 ' ' ' ' "'if5f,,E'1 ' -1 - I Johnson Doris Taylor Nancy Helvey. Preparing the box to be sent to Europe, 1 1 165 Em! N 1849 the people had no time for books and certainly not libraries. They were more interested in the wealth they could acquire in the form of gold rather than in the form of knowledge. The Library Club, sponsored by Miss Moberg, is an important service club at Adams. The club is responsible for the eflacient run- ning of our school library. During the three hours vvhich each mem- ber devotes to his library duties, mending, pasting, shellacing, shelving, cataloguing, filing, and reference vvork are accomplished. The Library Club keeps the three display cases in the halls interest- ingly decorated. T OFFICERS, left to right: Teresa Jones, Program Chairman, Beverly Cochran, Vice- President, Betty Fisher, Secretary, Janet Kurtz, President. Not pictured is Delores Vermillion, Acting Secretary. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Phyllis Schrager, Shirley Gorsuch, Betty Gudates, Barbara Taylor, Shirley Bourdon, Carol Whalen, Mary Lou Barnes, Mariorie Rumsey, Norma Eddy, Doretta Martin, Delores Mahler. SECOND ROW: Katherine Cawthorne, Janette Baker, Barbara Swanson, Joan Feldman, Vivian Hartter, Nancy Orzech, Donna Miller, Eva Shoemaker, Marianne Opperman, Lois Weaver, Joanne Mortensen. THIRD ROW: Betty Nandell, Carolyn Anderson, Margot Trethewey, Margaret Haumesser, Christine Scott, Marlene Gilbert, Delores Vermillion, Nancy Coswell, Patsy Coswell, Joyce Coffman, Loretta Blanton. Shirley Gorsuch as shop librarian helps Ed Ashley. 47 74040 N THE Trek ouT wesT in I849, The gold seekers didn'T have Time Tor amusemenT. We modern TorTy-niners, on The oTher hand, have had much To amuse us in our Trek Through school To seek our diploma. One oT The clubs working hardesT To Turnish us enioymenT is The Drama Club. This year The Drama Club was reorganized and Miss Gwendolyn Kaczmarek is iTs new di- recTor Ca very capable one Too, we might addl. lnsTead oT The usual officers, an elecTed board runs iTs acTiviTies. This board consisTs of LaureTTe CanTer, Kelly Kindig, Lois VVarsTler, Bob Gross, Dave Gibson, John Bowman, Joan ParTriTz, John Meyer, MarTha SwinTz, Jeanne Ingram, and PaT Haley. Besides producing Two successTul plays: "CapTain Jinx of The Horse Marines", and "Torch- bearers", The club also assisTed wiTh a March of Dimes Show. TOP PICTURE, leTT: Disk Jockeys- Delores Davis, Sylvia Lerner, and PaT Haley. TOP PICTURE, right: President Dave Gibson gives direc- Tions To some enThusiasTic club members. CENTER PICTURE, leTT: The Board of DirecTorseLaureTTe Canter, Kelly Kindig, Lois VVarsTler, Bob Gross, Dave Gibson, John Bowman, Joan Partritz, John Meyer, Martha Swintz. CENTER PICTURE, right: PracTicing for "Torchbearers" - Sharon Cofherman, Judy Riggs, Jean Ingram, and Eileen Finningan. BOTTOM PICTURE, leTT: Spinning The Disc-John Meyers, Owen Helm, Kelly Kindig, Gene Landry. BOTTOM PICTURE, right: The Boys in The "Torchbearers" cast-Jimmy Tarfer, Bob Bartol, Harold HeeTer, Tom Smithberger, LaMar Worley. 48 edfzfzedif MERICA has made much progress in the last one hundred years vvhich can be proved by the example ot the John Adams Debate Team. In T849 the gold prospecters com- bined six shooters, foul language, and Hsts to prove their point. The Debate Team illustrates the modern American manner ot conquering opposi- tion vvith a "smooth gift ot gab" and solid facts backing up the point. The Debate Team has done some progress- ing ot their ovvn in the past year. Losing all their meets last year, they hit a .500 batting average this year vvhich is a pleasant change. Mr. Goldsberry is the perfect sponsor. With his social living classes demanding the daily digestion of the nevvs, he has to be well abreast ot the times. Heading the organization as presi- dent vvas Bob Gross. He vvas assisted by vice- president LaMar Worley. TOP LEFT: Bill James and Dave Sanderson. TOP RIGHT: Janet Shulmier and La Mar Worley. BOTTOM LEFT: Ed Dean and Evelyn Estes. BOTTOM RIGHT: Joan Partritz and Bob Gross. MIDDLE CUT: Evelyn Troub and Ann Donlcer. 119 OUTSIDE ROW, left to right: Joan Feldman, Marlene Gilbert, Lois Weaver, Carol Follendort, Miss Shuman, Jim Considine, Dick Carson, Jerry Ollman, Carl Blechschmidt, Harold Heeter. INSIDE ROW: Katherine Cawthoine, Norma Rush, Diana Stubbins, Evelyn Troub, Marion Lory, Ella Martin, Georgia Lackman, Arthur Jones, Shirley Robinson. 50 Harold Heeter on the marimba. f Bill Cox on the trombone. 0ZZ M! f If ,X ' 'f. H" "" " '--P. :-:-1 .M - '- '- :fp " 7:44 cz! HILDREN in the time of the Gold Rush had little time to learn the art of playing a musical instrument, and they had even less time to listen to anyone else play. The largest share ot the Forty-niners got the full extent ot their music from the square dances on Saturday night. Not so with our modern I949'ers, the various instrumental music clubs at Adams provide opportunity for everyone and anyone who has any musical ability, to develop his talent. The John Adams Band is directed by Mr. Cecil Deardorfi and his assistant, Miss Phyllis Shuman. They have iust completed a very full season. During the tall semester they played tor many football and basketball games. They also played tor the "March of Dimes" prograrn. With spring carne the exchange concert with The flute section. Q. -ii-Qy I' I 4 , I I vm, 4- ,37 55", 2 V QL?" if Q, A fb Wy, 'wr s Z . M' M f' f M15 , ww I " , 4 ' 1 f 7, f 44 5 ff 5 , 4 , f f fo, , , ,f,ff'f','f4f' V X 5 1 lf i f I I 1 'f M, V ' ' - l V L , Ox P77 if . , M 1, , I' ff if W , , , 4, yfwy' ,V . f V 1,1 1 , .J , W ' ' , 2, ' " If 7' . , 62 . , f WV 7 f z , 2 , G r f , je! , ZW, i "MZ mf. 91, ZJQ ,, 'zo W A 'fl X. 'Aff 'f - 1 V Q im, ' :ffQ'f4ff f' "W , , 1 f I I lf, 4 I , K-uve! ' 2, kffxi, 1' V 'vi X h,., I M :A ' "-' ,M Ai ' A 'gs ' ' 'f . 1 4: 5 , ,V + 15 We , ' 2 V 1 4 1 ' 9 5 Q 0 ' me 0 ' ' Q 0 A 'T' -v A x X i Q--4-.. C ' Q f I if 1? DAM'S girls have much more spare time and energy than their "Gold-Rush Granniesf' GAA, girls use up their excess at noon. They participate in volley- ball, basketball, sott ball, hockey, bowling, and swimming to earn their letters. They also tinol time to sell concessions at the basketball anol football games. The GAA. sponsored the "Basketball Bounce" after the Aolams vs. Riley game, honoring Queen Teresa anol her court. Miss Tash anol Miss Bauer sponsor the club. BOTTOM ROVV, FIRST PICTURE: Pyramid Practice for the Gym Show. SECOND PICTURE: Jump Ball! THIRD PICTURE: Suspense. I VE, 43 -.... yr W 3 ,Af -:-' 9 w 4 g g W,.:,5 'Vw Jen'--.,. To de? 1 5 mx-zmmmmcsmsmsm ..,., 355.2-we-J ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,-:...,..a.:esfssrr-:sm Xe..-MXN K Xww! KM- i X W-IB ll HERE'S gold in Them Thar hills!" Had The boys in Monogram Club been born TOO years sooner They would have won our vote as The "boys most likely To become millionaires." Composed of leTTer winners Trom all The boys' sports, This club is sponsored by Mr. Koss. The most interesting project which The club sponsored This year was "The Sock Hop". This was a dance in The gymnasium aT which everyone danced in his stocking feet. The Monogram Club also strives for clean sports Tree from discrimination. EM OFFICERS, left to right: Marlin Miller, Tieasurerg Joe Howell, Vice-President, Dave Hyde, President, Dick Bennett, Secretary, and Bruce Million, Sergeant-at-arms. TOP LEFT PICTURE, BOTTOM ROVV, left to right: Hukill, Layman, Bussert, Nevins, Schmidt, PICTURE: The Football Banquet. BOTTOM LEFT PICTURE: Tell 'em Joe. BOTTOM CENTER PIC- Howell, Manby, Bussert. SECOND ROVV: Bennett, Miller, Barth, Plott, Cox, Edgerton, Troeger, A . . . Weatherly! Minion. TOP ROW, Hyde, Ranch' Smelfzer' Common, Jurcikl Booth, Daugherty, Rogers' TURE. Joe Howell receiving one of his two awards. BOTTOM RIGHT PICTURE: Mr. Goldsberry, Lahey, Carlson. TOP CENTER PICTURE: Dave Hyde and the sports schedules. TOP RIGHT speaker ofthe evening. 1 I x X , . Ns Risks: .X ff EN OF John Adam's l949'ers belong to a club that any l849'er boy would have been iudged "insane" if he had even mentioned it. Yes-that's the Screen Club. Not that our Screen Club members are near insanity! They simply operate the movie projectors at Adams and in T849 talk of movies would have been rather like talk of witches and magic, somewhat con- deming. These boys, headed by Wesley Habart, are helping to make John Adams an ultra-modern school by making visual education possible. They take charge ot all movies shown at school. Mr. Rothermel trains the Screen Club members in the skill of movie operation, and serves as their faculty sponsor. Outside activities ot the club consist of meeting with screen clubs from other high schools. In this manner they keep up to date on all the new equipment and techniques ot the trade. We students appreciate the fine iob this service club is doing. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Horvath, Hostetter, Habart, SECOND ROW: Eveld, Kuntz, Kaplan, Letterer. TOP ROW: Tepe, Baranowski, Pinckert. l Smeen TOP LEFT: Wesley Habart. TOP RIGHT: Kaplan, Horvath, and tor. BOTTOM LEFT: Kreighbaum and Habart pose with the record ski and Letterer run a Elm. Kreighbaum demonstrate a proiec- player. BOTTOM RIGHT: Baranow- OFFICERS, left to right: Phil Kohlbrenner, Torn Smithberger, Bill Schmitt, Gene Wright, Andy Smithberger. 44014. EM! BOTTOM ROW, left to right, Paul Stewart, Bill Schmitt, Alan Schwahm, Al Kaplan, Ramond Seifer, Tom Hatch, Phil Kohlbren- ner, Don Moore, Ken Tennyson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Weir, Don Anderson, Dean Adair, Forest Lay- man, Dick Koehler, Tom White, Steve Elek, Gene Bernore, Bill Haefele, Tom Smithberger. TOP ROW: Bob Grimshaw, Bob Sher- merhorn, Bob Miller, Andy Smith- berger, Harold Heeter, Paul Green, Al Lohman, Delford Long, Gene Wright. O MATTER which century you name, you will find some group which serves the rest of the community. Way back when great-grandpa trudged to California to "strike it rich" he needed guides, and we l949'ers haven't learned our way around much better. The Ushers Club has handled the iob of show- ing us to our seats at John Adams' auditorium as expertly as any guide in T849 ever did. We who hunted our seats at tourney time especially appreciated the efforts of these forty boys. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Weir, the Ushers Club has per- formed their duty at nearly every activity held at Adams, and for the football games, also. Once again the student body says, "Thanks fellows, for a job well done." Susie Schwier HMM UR MODERN 1949 Alburn is cerTainly a far cry from The old TinTypes which greaT-grandma showed To greaT-grandad as They saT in The parlor. Mr. McNamara, faculTy advisor and Susie Schwier, ediTor, supervised all The work done in The back room of lOl. Virginia Holland was in charge of The Senior SecTion. Phyllis Schrager helped Jinny wiTh This imporTanT secTion. Joan ParTriTz, The "Bob Hope" of The sTaff drew all of The carToons. Connie Hudson, who was new on The sTaff, and Marian HulberT had The big iob of The Clubs SecTion. Lois HarTranfT Turned ouT The EaculTy SecTion. Since Don Crawford was The only boy on The sTaff, we gave hirn The iob of doing The Sporfs SecTion. Sue SmiTh, anoTher newcomer To our sTaff, did The enTire underclass secTion. Evelyn EsTes, who came To us frorn The ElkharT yearbook sTaff, was in charge of The FeaTures Secfion. LasT, buT noT leasT Joan Heddens and Judy Riggs worked on copy. Judy looked up informaTion while Joan Turned ouT The finished producT. Sue Smith, Don Crawford, Marion HulberT Lo s Hartranft and Connie Hudson. Joan ParTriTz and Joan Heddens. Judy Riggs and Evelyn Esfes. Phyllis Schrager and Virginia Holland 90 325 6 WI,-gy xx 3 t 'QQQ 2, F ein -Ji .-. X fx A WA if , . 4 nf ' A W' -- 'E Q ' 'bi itil.. ,- if , - ,I I ' , Il' 7' m','Il-KLA, , ff r ' Q --'.' Lf. X I , ' M 4 :A I 24? X J ' w ,f ' -u U . 1 I N X f K TOP ROW, left to right: Jack Troeger, Paul Rogers, Bruce Milli SECOND ROW: Phil Smeltzer, Steve Berta, Jim Lahey. BOTTOM ROW: Joe Howell, Bill Daugherty, Jim Nevins, OLD Rush '49'ers got all the exercise and competition they wanted in their trek across the United States. Our Adams football team of T949 probably worked just as hard althought they didn't cover quite as much territory. ' John Adams, never a football powerhouse, emerged from a rugged nine game schedule with a comparatively good season during T9-48. Coach Crowe's charges won three games and dropped six in the course of the autumn grid hostilities. The outstanding achievement was a very satisfying T6-6 win over the Mishawaka Caveman. This was the first time the Eagles had ever downed the Rubber City lads in the eight year gridiron rivalry between the two schools. It was a sweet victory for the Red and Blue and cer- tainly helped to soothe the impatient Adams fans. Prior to the Mishawaka conquest the Crowemen had spilled Goshen 26-20 in a last minute thriller and trampled a ponderous Plymouth eleven by a lf?-O score. Adams had a lightweight forward wall, but lack of bulk didn't subtract from the will to fight of the seven mules. Injuries and illness took their toll and weakened the team's scoring punch at the critical spots which lengthened the loss column. Inter-squad dissension marred the scene, but the Plymouth and Mishawaka triumphs were no doubt aided by the reorganization that resulted. Washington High School opened the schedule and capitalized on two blocked kicks which enabled them to win an otherwise evenly matched game. The Panthers pushed over two six pointers and a con- version to defeat the luckless Eagles T3-O. Central placed another notch in the loss column for Adams when Wayman Redding lnc. soared to a 25-7 win. Passing Joe Howell led a 70 yard drive and hit Dick Booth for the only counter accredited to the east-siders. Joe Plott booted the seventh point. 58 74416416 Goshen succumbed to a last minute push by Adams and the South Bend squad tasted their first win by a 26-20 score. Joe Howell threw four Touchdown passes, hitting Jim Nevins for the opening score and fiipped passes to Dick Booth for two more T.D.'s. With a fourth down and two minutes remaining Howell found Joe Plott and executed the winning play. On October second, Riley High and their fullback Pete Smith re- tained possesion of the Pigskin Trophy as they downed the Eagles 25-12. LeRoy Barritt and Joe Howell divided scoring honors in the Adams camp. South Side Fort Wayne scored two touchdowns in the first half then hung on for dear life as the Eagles outplayed and outscored them in the second stanza. The single T.D. for Adams resulted from a Joe Howell to Dave Hyde pass to the 2 yard line. LeRoy Barritt popped over the goal line for the touchdown and the scoring ended at 13-7 as Joe Howell ran over for the extra point. John Adams tried a new combination and it opened the victory strongbox to give the Eagles a much desired T9-O win over Plymouth. This was the first shut out for the Plymouth Pilgrims in seven years on their own sod. Sophomore Jack Troeger snagged a pass from Joe Howell on the Adams ten yard stripe and tapped the first blood. A second Howell spiral nestled into Bill Weatherly's hands and this chalked up another tally. Bill Daugherty ended the final touchdown drive by barging over from the l yard line to make it T9-O. Then it was Mishawaka. The rampaging Red and Blue eleven made it two in a row as they bowled over the Maroons. This was an Adams grid machine at the peak of its eHficiency. John Adams received the opening kick off and marched 73 yards to a touchdown. Joe Howell grabbed a hand off from Bill Daugherty and circled end for this first marker. lt wasn't until the third period that the Eagles were able to 59 Q .X Na . .... -sr-v1.5 N . , Xl - wat :-.::,-T gi-Q -fat., .jg , N X359- N N- Q. 'YB - Nw- f swwa .X ' x X R m ap. . K. x Qygtgs - ws--x,..scsa .1 N .Q . K ' wgw,w5 '- .ls Q Q5 Q if cs sg.: N X . - X "-ax rw s-ss-we . igxvx?-CX Sabi- Q . YW X K ,, - ss-my "F ' lSSN'lNS?ixiIQQT? Qs. 11 gym W ess 'i r-as wwfxgg - .. s x,1sstgc,xsQ-,xggskgy . ,X we X w ' sl --s+Q-Xssfanrws X. F1 -VNX Qg1i +sxXw1sl,s35 Q95-S-'N' 1 Q, sy.,-5 A-,lmm - fa V , L pr.-..,a,,,--...M Elsie: ss? X . S-'Sf i- if E sr TOP ROW, left to right: Tom Barth, Manager, Ed Connon, Dean Richards SECOND ROW: Frank Downer, Bill Weatherly, Bill Schmidt. 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Y ws -. .o,,.c,.0 ., ,, N.-,3-2 - 4, .Wa , -2. 'QA Q- 0 s .s gi . so y N -qi ,Q Q Ywszfscgivgva, 4,9 1,4 may ,Q 4 6 ox .1 ,X . VAA. .. .. - . - mx' . r V- ' - ' ' i . Assistant Davis. Managers: Barth, Sears, Tait, McClusky. ABOVE AND BELOW: Shots of the only daylight game, the South Side Fort Wayne affair. ,awk aalffvzff score again. Tvvo points were racked up, here when the Cavemen vvere smeared behind their ovvn goal and the resulting safety gave Adams a 9-7 edge. The tinal quarter revealed another sustained South Bend drive and Bill Daugherty cinched the contest as he dove across the goal line. An injury ridden Adams squad de- pended upon the airvvays tor its offen- sive, but LaPorte intercepted tvvo passes and made the evening miserable as they dovvned the Eagles 20-O. Rain in the last quarter added to the vvoe ot the pass minded Eagles and set up the second slicer interception ot the evening. The season closed upon the descend- ing Eagles vvith another tumble and in- terception plague. This time it was the f ........,... A f f f fs 21.32332--v-,-3. 5 :IH:..:I.,:..7s35 ,X V V11 f W f W4 'li .f Qi ,M 'W 1 " 1-34'g2g?..ia,g:,1g ff fa f "'r .Q '1 hr " f -ff,u,-yf, 4-'fy -' -V-w"ff'f-H -' 1. 15-:g f . fk5,:,j:f54.v if 7 ' 2' , ,N.M ,J'.1fM-ti fff--f-f M . , " 4W M y W 5 MXN' M: E, 4. W 2 1 K 1 f ss.. 4, 4 ... ---.. "WW .... wif! ' ..... .- NKKXQ. R' N RX N wife!! Michigan City Red Devils who cashed in on the breaks as Adams faltered and fell. The score was T3-O with Michigan City in possession of the thirteen. Honors were given at the annual Football Banquet held in the Zion Evan- gelical and Reformed Church. Joe Howell was doubly honored when he received both the Kiwanis Award for scholarship and sportsmanship and the .Gilbert Award for most valuable back. Ed Connon was elected for the Reco most valuable lineman award. Additional honors went to Jim Nevins who was nominated as an end on the South Bend Tribune Twin City All Star Team. His wingman and Captain of the T948 team, Dave Hyde, was placed on the second Twin City Eleven. B TEAM TOP ROW, left to right: Bob Schafer, John Nieter, Gene Smith, Bob Caron, Jerry Graf, Jim Lahey, Bruce Million, Dick Carlson, Jack Troeger, Coach Davis. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Dick Bolesky, Gene Richards, Larry Soellinger, John Lederer, Bob Bowman, Herb Kelley, Jim Leng, Delford Long, Paul Rogers, Sherman Naftzger. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: John Helvey, Harold Graf, Gene Wright, John Waterman, Wayne Hodge, More South Side shots. Bill Hudson, Dick Stanton, Bob Reinke. . . 3 'C Z Z 5 15 ol Mel Edgerton Jack Troeger , HH Dick Truex Marlin Miller Joe Howell Dick BenneTT Don Truex WITH new coach Harry, Koss in command The 49'er baskeTball squad campaigned To a nine won - nine losT sea- son record. Their 500 percenf record speaks well for Them considering The calibre of The opposiTion and The facT ThaT They had The considerable Task of picking up all of The inTricaTe Techniques ThaT go wiTh Koss' fasT- break game. The season opened and closed wiTh defeafs aT The hands of VVashingTon- Clay. The squad whipped such uproarous crews as Lew Wallace, 31-29, CenTral CaTh- olic, 46-247 Plymaufh, 45-41, Riley, 28-26, Hukill makes a baskeT againsT Riley. Michigan CiTy, 46-44, WashingTon, 56-35, Elkharf, 54-52, Culver 61-50, and Ham- mond, 77-61. This lasf game seT Two new records for The Adams gym. Never before had one Team scored so many poinTs, and never before had The ToTal number of poinfs been so high. The oTher side of The ledger shows defeaTs aT The hands of VVashingTon- Clay, 36-33, EasT Chicago Roosevelf, 52-415, Mishawaka, 56-50, CenTral, 33-30, LaPorTe, 51-311, Goshen, 28-27, NorTh Side, 64-45, and VVashingTon-Clay, 35-21. This lasT game, which represenTed a very brief blowing in Marty Weissert Carlisle Parker Hank Hukill Don Oakes Jim N s 44055466 and ouT of The secTional TournamenT, also seT some kind oT record. The Team fresh ouT of The only pep meeTing of The season which generaTed any pep, vvere so overly sTimulaTed vviTh deTerminaTion To vvin or die, ThaT They simply died. They scored no poinTs in The TirsT quarTer and only Three in The Third. The Team sTaged peak performances in The Culver, Hammond, and VVashingTon games vviTh play so excellenT The people began Thinking of March SaTurdays in La- FayeTTe and Indianapolis. The individual scoring records vvenT To The Truex Twins, Guard Don goT T82 poinTs While Forward Dick was gaThering T76. Forvvard BenneTT, CenTer Miller, and Guard Hovvell, The oTher Three members of The TirsT five scored 125, 90, and 82 poinTs respecTively. Mel Edger- Ton, Dick Moore, MarTy VVeisserT, and Don Oakes, Jack Troeger, Hank Hukill were The oTher members of The TournamenT squad. They accumulaTed a loT of poinTs and play- ing Time during Their TrequenT appearances in The line up. Kickball or baskeTball? Dick Moore Bill Co Coach Harry Koss Managers: Bartol, Bushey, Weinberg, Plott, Blechshmidt, McClusky. Don chases Joe. B TEAM BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Roger Ward, Larry Soellinger, Phil Whitmer, Gene Smith, and Fred Helmer. TOP ROW: Coach Rollo NeH, Duane Rowe, Ken Dillon, Bob Reinke, and Bob Pfaff. ,iaa:am,em.a.,...,,.a ,,,, ,...:::::::l f4 ,,,,,,,,, ,va Q.-mm ..... -.'-99512 awfa '-'fmwwffmvl mmm mmm-num mmm M dd The "B" team was again coached by Mr. Nett and completed a season record of l3 wins against 5 losses. The Bees took Misha- waka, Washington Clay, Washington, Goshen, Riley, Central, Central Catholic, Mishawaka, Michigan City, Plymouth, Culver, Riley, and Hammond Noll: and lost to LaPorte, Roosevelt, Wash- ington, North Side, Elkhart. Something new in Adams basketball, a "C" team, made its appearance. This hardy crew went to work at the unholy hour ot 7:30 each morning in order to give tenth graders who otherwise could not have played with the Bees an opportunity to develop the basketball savvy which will be needed in the T952 tournament. Mr. J. Gordan Nelson laid down his slide rule, wound his clock, and coached the squad. The annual basketball banquet was held at the River Park Methodist Church. The principal speaker was Mr. Forrest M. 64 Bella Marie doing a ballet. Where's the ball, Dick? Surrounded, Marlin? Don's coming to your rescue. gmbetlad Woods, Director ot Health and Physical Education for the School City, who reviewed his early "opery-house" experience as a high school basketball player and stated that success in basketball goes to that team whose players and fans achieve the highest degree ot devotion to the game. Other short speeches were de- livered by Captain Don Truex, Coach Koss, Superintendent Allen, Board of Education members Helman and Walker, and Assistant Principal Rothermel. Mr. Sargent was attending a convention in Chicago. Mr. McNamara served as toastmaster. The Kiwanis award was received by Hank Hukill and announcement was made that Marlin Miller had been elected captain tor the 49-50 hardwood campaign. It was the largest testimonial banquet yet staged by John Adams athletic team. 65 C TEAM BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Gerald Craft, John Helvey, George Christy, Paul Dickens, Del Briggs SECOND ROW: Coach Nelson, Harold Craft, Bob Zimmerman, James Leng, Dick Nidifer, Edward Conrey TOP ROW: Jack Bussert, Dick Stanton, Joe Harris, Jack Filley, Bud Parker, Ray Hoover. 0UR GOLF team follows a ball around for miles while the l849'ers followed gold, but they still have iust as much determination even though gold would be much more inviting to follow. Although beginning matches were under par with five matches lost to Michigan City, Central, Riley, LaPorte, and Central Catholic, the boys still have a good chance to win some of their matches which will not have been played before the Album goes to press. The sole win to date was the return match victory over Michigan City. The captain this year is Dick Moore and Mr. Thompson is SS scoREs A.H.S. xx 7 ' Michigan City ss,,,............. ..,ss Central ...... ,T ...... ..s,sss C LaPorte .sss. ..sc..,, Mishawaka s,..ss. ..... ut 4, 4 X AY ' . ' X ... to I 'B l again the coach. ' E , c A 7 5 D f 1 T2 O 9- X f 1 7 5 X f aff 1 7 5 Central Catholic ..... ..... Michigan City ...... .c.,. 5 7 b Gross Fred Helmer Bob Grimshaw Dick Moore Marty We - GZ ,,,, ,W ,:!!Z!mQf,,,,,, . , ,,,,,,,.. :::::,,,xi111-,, , ,,,,,,, ,::.:::... ,,,, e1:::::::iEZ:e::z,.,m.y,, K8 'S l 1 9 ug X 52 wt' .xcfc , i X u l "'qZ'o' 1 9' A X A , 0 XO U HI X ,ni gd O O ,Tp 'I IL N ., x R " - Q. o X X X Q Q A 4 'E - o L1 X Q' X Xi L rx ,,,, 0 O O I, , : i . N R I l JAX.. 6 XO i v I K '-W' i ir- Q , ' , 1 1 l ll ' ' N x K , 2 x Q g , f47L noplf' xo Q an A lv 1' . 1,4 I , EW. W - xhiss., 0 K X I ' N , x Bill Baranowski LLEGAL rackets were the only kind the l849'ers ever had. Our 49'er Tennis Team made a much better use ot their racquets. Coach Reber's boys have played a suc- cessful season vvith tive games won out of eight played, making this years record equiv- alent to last years. With Richard Bennett chosen as captain and Bolo Kaplan manager, the team played matches with Michigan City, La Porte, Riley, Goshen, Elkhart, Fort Wayne, Dick Bennett Gord on Barcl Central and Mishawaka. High scores and strong playing were prevalent although they lost out to Elkhart, Central, and Mishavvaka. SCORES A.H.S. Michigan City ccsc cc- l 4 La Porte usssscscss E , up cl 4 Riley E c,cc E c.tccc 32 3 Goshen 2 3 Elkhart .s,u.. so c,ccc E4 l Fort Wayne cccccc EO 5 Central sssus as 3 2 Mishavvaka E 5 O ay Marlin Mill F ONLY there could be buried under home plate some gold like the l849'ers found, our baseball team might be more anxious to make their trips around the bases and over home plate. John Adams' Hrst game was a non-conference game with Central on April 22. The Eagles romped to victory with a close score of 2 to i. The conference game with Central didn't prove as successful, with the Bears winning 7 to O. Adams also had conference games with Elkhart, LaPorte, Michigan City, Riley, and Washington. With the training of Coach Rollo Neff, the team showed possibilities of a very successful season. Coach Neff was very optimistic about placing another baseball trophy beside the one that was one in 1944 and we sincerely hope that he and the team succeed in doing so. The managers for this year were John Horvath as senior manager, with Don McClusky and Bob Schafer as iunior managers. VARSITY TEAM 5 TEAM BOTTOM ROW left to right Larry Soellinger Mac Bus ert Frank Downer Joe Plott Dick Bennett BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Jim Barrett, Dwayne Rowe, John Holderman, Gordon Barclay John Bill Baranowski Mel Edgerton Jim Nevins DeVon Frash TOP ROW Coach Neff Phil Smeltzer Hank Helvey, Chuck Bowman, Steve Kierein, Jerry Graf, TOP ROW: Coach Davis, Paul Rogers, Don Acton Hukill Don Truex Dick Truex Jim McClusky Bill Cox Dave Hyde Manager Bob Schafer Chuck Eaton, Paul Green, Harold Graf, Don Oakes, Ray Tepe, Bud Parker. A ,1.i,,,:, A , I I L 4 -'v- - T ' 'fms:5g:f1i:,, - , " ' " ,, z:.1:1.:.:..,. -:-:4- - --s R W y N X awww " in-' A stunt- E ,Q l W it . X y l g, 5 l , 5 ' Q w 1 V .V i R 1 ' x 'Ka 1 , 1 , Jr! " A: 'N' . +1 a" LN . . N f Ewwgwme F THE boys on The cross counTry Team had lived in The nineTeenTh cenTury, They probably would have been The TirsT To reach The Gold CoasT wiTh all of Their Training under Coach Ralph Powell. The Team placed Third in The conference, Winning Tour meeTs and losing Tour. All oT The meeTs This year vvere Triangular, com- posed oT Teams from Three diFTerenT schools. The Team was led This year by Mac BusserT, a senior. For The good oT The Team we are hoping ThaT his broTher, Jack, proves To be as successful a cross counTry man. Mel EdQerTon and Mac Bussert. Jack Bussert leads The way P Layman and Bill Randt Ho ell and The shoT puT. Born Breaks The Tape. HEN The l849'ers were rushing wesT, They had gold as Their incenTive and iT kepT Them going nighT and day unTil They were eiTher saTisTied compleTely or disillusioned. Now days They may be going around in circles, buT The Adams Track Team is conTinually rushing. However, Their only incenTive is The will To win. K nsinger high iumping. Relay men, Siar runner Jurcik. ShoT putter Booth The Track Team found Themselves wiTh an unusually small number of members This spring due To having so many of lasT years members graduaTing. Running The quarTer-mile This year were Jurcik and Borne, while DaugherTy, Kinsinger, and Conrey Took over The broad and high iump deparTmenTs. On The mile relay Team were Jurcik, RandT, Borne, Busserf, and Gibson. Dickinson goT his workouT on The low hurdles. The hurdles. Kelly, The anchor man E x fix, 'W"" 1 lj M . . ?. . ' Q K ., .- srl P f V 09 rm 1 ' ' ANY ' S' 2, 1 ' f., f MIIJQ Z 1 - I , X fl J."-, :n I . CL I X I il -" Sxxgy Q! , x' E ll 'fu 9 1 '1 1 ? I -' 1 " , 'f -f ' fx F- 1 0: 650 sh Zi " 'RF x WH , . ,1 u..-- ' 'XJ 7' :J 2 1 .ll ' Il 'E 2' fx 4 1 6 4' .0 fo 2 . k tv '-- 'r V fp ,A llg '.A P 14 tr 'O ' L' Q2 n I , 45 ' sim" P., 'I , ' .52 'I 'I 1.111 Daiwa fm" EARNING how to drive a car is much harder than learning to drive a covered wagon, but it certainly is much more comfortable and convenient atter the learning process is over. John Adams produces approximately titty sate drivers every semester. The driver training classes under the direction of Mr. Powell meet twice a week, once for actual driving and once for Class discussion. Driver train- ing includes starting and stopping on hills, parking driving in the country, driving in heavy traftic, and many other fundamentals of good driving techniques. TOP ROW, left to right: Mr. Powell making expert parkers. Teresa Ferraro learning how to start the car. Starting and stopping on a hill is hard. BOTTOM ROW: Turning in a small space. Always signal before turning. Watch where you are backing. Ii ui Ill Ill III S 's - f " vs- .v ' ' P "T : K Y'm X ni'-af Us ILL.-:Sr s T- --. , ' .. f it ,ii p k sg si 1 ,f ff , 1 f .X 1 -1....4 ig 1 if 1, 'ff f X ll.. Zapmm yum of me 'Zfwwe ' NE THING the i849 gold seekers didn't have that we modern 1949 diploma seekers do have is "Captain Jinx of the Horse Marines." Early last fall the newly organized Drama Club, under the able direction of Miss Gwendolyn Kaczmarek successfully began its season with the production of this play. The plot of this hit comedy concerned itself with the pursuit of a famous opera singer, Madame Trentoni, by three dandies of the Horse Marines. The title role was capably played by David Gibson. His partners in love were done, and well done too, by Harold Heeter and John Bowman. The gal they chased through all three rollicking acts was Lois Warstler, who played the part to the hilt. John Meyers added his brilliance to the part of Papa Belliarti, Arelia Trentoni's foster father, and Martha Swintz gave many comical touches to the role of Mrs. Greensborough. One of the funniest roles in the play was that of Peter, successfully interpreted by Arthur Jones. Attendance records were broken by this play, with almost 3,000 coming to see it. The only regret we have heard is that it was only given one night. Certainly "Jinx" was an immense success. Try to match that, you old-time forty-niners. TOP ROVV, left to right: "Shall we dance'?", "That's all right, Lois, he still loves you.", "Temper, temper John.", "You darling boy!". BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Rogue's Regiment", "Look at the birdie, boys.", "When the cats meow!", "Friendship, friendship, what a perfect friendship!". P W . M .....? 3 bi Uv .-li., f 1211 ,6 A 5 ' fy lb 1, gs 41 73 x i 1 f ' C xx Q to , C one day trip to Detroit, Michigan. On their way they stopped to view the lrish Hills and then proceeded to Detroit and the forthcoming tour through the Ford Motor Plant. Upon their arrival they viewed the Ford Rotunda Building where they picked up their guides. While touring the Rouge Plant, so named because it is situated on the 14 ' TOP ROW, left to right: "Interesting, isn't it boysl", "A serious minded group surveys the marker in which Thomas Edison left his , shovel.", "Futue machinists? view the motor installation of a Ford." BOTTOM ROVV, left to right: "Fans and trills attract the girls", X- "A polisher goes around as the long sheet of glass glides by.", "A group poses on the porch ot the original Edison work shop," as U I 5 A . KF X551 'iiiisil , I' . if - X. r i L K I P I, P Fw y.. v V, 2 , ,f 'f ! W 5 .f A f' f WW ,fm Q , WW! , , 11772515 ff Zn, f fi ' .Z 4, f1.f5,1: .,., , I ,w ,. M . My .-n., fx X Q Q fl, 941 ,Ju- ' f .J I , A , Ll. 52? as , ' A Wei' ff 4-.Jxv ' 'V W f jfj,,-'5 "W'?9 'f u ' X, ' , f ,., A A 411 3 x R.. h V X fe s ' f , 1' . X I .Xe - Q 4' 1 .,:,.':?L: '- ' ,..1 . QA ' . 1 if ., S ,A,A , ' X35 '- - ,Q , X f , . S Q , A Q , W. .2 N, Y w m x ood ew l. Lunch in Marshall Fields. 2. The girl most likely To succeed? 3. Sweet Dreams! 4. Grinning Gvvens. 5. Playing by yourself, Pat? 6. The big day is over. 7. Column righf for The streefcar. 8. l bid one spade, with the help of my kibifzerf' 9. Helpful Haley. 'R 76 7765 Basketball stars, Miller, Truex, and l-lukill. Boarding-house reach. Yea, Team! Ballet or Basketball? Heefer out of place again. was New 96 26 WXAQ -T Ni-mlm . Max Adler Company 102 South Michigan Street Aristo Dry Cleaners, Inc. 3201 South Main St.-201 East jefferson St. Franklin Asper Grocery and Market 2216 Mishawaka Avenue Avenue Bakery 2210 Mishawaka Avenue Avenue Radio Shop 2306 Mishawaka Avenue Beiger Furniture Co.-Mishawaka "over 40 years selling good furniture" Harry E. Berg- Registered jeweler 109 West jefferson Boulevard Compliments of Bonnell's Barber Shop The Book Shop 130 North Michigan Street Borden's lce Cream Company "If lt's Borden's lt's Got to be Good" Brennan jewelry 109 East jefferson Boulevard I joe Budd Book Bindery 1181f2 Saint james Court joseph Canter Decorating 115 North Main Street-4-5612 Carl's North Side Grocery and Market 1434 Mishawaka Avenue China lnn-210 North Main Street American and Chinese Restaurant Claey's Candy Company 525 South Taylor Street Copp Music Shop 124 East Wayne Street Dainty Maid Bake Shop 123 North Michigan Street Danner's Business Machine Service 1614 Mishawaka Avenue Davis Barber Shop 2516 Mishawaka Avenue Davis Shoe Service 2120 Mishawaka Avenue Dixie Cream Donut Shop 3032 Mshawaka Avenue 79 ffvlamaf. S , 'fake Weed These patrons of ours have proved to be real Adams boosters. Without their loyal backing and assistance we would have no Album to re- cord the activities and mem- ories of our high school days. So, take heed and patronize those who have helped you. Earl's Home Store - Little Elf Foods 1829 Leer Street Elders Grocery 6' Market 502 North Arthur Street EIlsworth's 111 North Michigan Street Ernie's Shell Station l502 Mishawaka Avenue Fisher Hardware 2220 Mishawaka Avenue Fleming's lce Cream Store 27l6 Mishawaka Avenue Forbes Typewriter Company 228 West Colfax Avenue Compliments of Fragomeni's Super Market Fred's Barber Shop l02l East Madison Street Compliments of A Friend Senior members of the Album Ad rtising Staff: Jodie Screes, Ona Apelgreen, B tty Fisher, Shirley Gorsuch B erly C In The Gas Company 309 North Michigan Street Golden Emblen Products Company 302 West Ewing Avenue-6-5465 Grand Leader 225-229 South Michigan Street Hans-Rintzsch Luggage Shop Michigan at Colfax - 3-2200 Flowers by "Harry" 826 South Michigan Street Hills Famous Hamburgers - l5c at 5 Downtown Locations Hines Dry Goods and Shoe Store 3008 Mishawaka Avenue 80 Best Wishes from the Adams Hi-Y Club Hoffman Bros. Auto Electric Service Parts 402 North Eddy-4-0l8l , Hollis Funeral Home 2528 Mishawaka Avenue Holston's Floral Shop l6l0 Mishawaka Avenue House of Harter C-oshen, Indiana 1. 6- A. cfm l5l9 Portage Avenue Kindig Bros., Inc. 2222-2226 Mishawaka Avenue Lamont's Drugs 30l5 Mishawaka Avenue-Phone 4-3855 Lou's Standard Service Corner Mish. Ave. and 23rd Street-3-0700 Mar-Main Pharmacy Main Street at Marion -4-3l84 Maurer 6' Maurer Architects for john Adams High School McCann's Quality Meats Mishawaka Milady Shop 119 North Michigan Street Milliken Mobil Service 1430 Mishawaka Avenue-3-0963 Mishawaka Paint and Wallpaper Store, 112 Lincoln Way West-5-2366 Compliments of The National Milk Company Owners Discount Automobile Financing - 1608 Mishawaka Park 5c - 10c Store 3027 Mishawaka Avenue Pilot Engraving Company 324 East Colfax Avenue - 4-3611 Priddy-Tompsett Photographers Reco Sporting Goods "Look For The Log Front" Reliance Pharmacy, Inc. 230 West Washington Avenue-4-11 Inc. Ave. 91 444 was Undergraduate members of T e um ver Staff: BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Ann isin on er, Al B GI Ol' Barbara Anderson, Mary ice arnes, Ziker, Doris Taylor, Eileen Haines. TOP ROW, left to right: Phyllis Vermillion, Nancy Thomas, Johanna Jafee, Bettie Meehan, Barbara The Ridge Company 315 West jefferson Boulevard River Park Furniture Company 2919 Mishawaka Avenue Compliments of River Park Lumber Company 223 No River Side Restaurant 811 Lincoln Way East Compliments of River Park Theatre Robertson's of South Bend Romy Hammes Co. rth Lafayette Boulevard-3-9 81 Taylor 355 Rose and Katz Clothing for Men and Young Men Rupel Typesetting Corp. 232 South St. joseph Street "So-Lite" Aluminum Storm Sash The Russell Screes Co., 509 W. jefferson Schiffer Drug Store 609 East jefferson Boulevard Best Wishes to john Adams Schlosser's Dairy Products Peter Schumacher 6' Sons, Inc. General Contractors Best of Luck Sears Roebuck and Company Secrist Printing Company 1212 East Indiana Avenue Shippers Dispatch, Inc. Frt. Service-Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland Paul W. Sigrist Furniture Company 116 East jefferson -4-4159 Slick-Ideal Laundries 5' Cleaners 317 Lincolnway East Sonneborn's Sport Shop 121 West Colfax Avenue South Bend Awning Company 1122 Mishawaka Avenue-6-6811 Sunnymede Pharmacy 1432 Mishawaka Avenue - 2-7307 Van Horne C1 Company 114 West Washington Street Taylor Construction Company, Inc. Builders- 520 East Sample Street H. R. Terryberry Company Manufacturing jewelers j. Trethewey, "joe the jeweler" 104 North Main Street-j. M. S. Bldg. Trigon Specialties Company 343 Lincolnway West Best Wishes Graduates 1580-w1vA-1580 WSBT CBS for South Bend Whitcomb 6' Keller, Inc. Developers of Sunnymede Williams, the Florist 219 West Washington Avenue Otis M. Wilson Grocery and Market 2118 Mishawaka Avenue George Wyman 6' Co. 103 North Michigan Street Y. M. C. A. Campus Club Welcomes You Each Friday and Saturday Eve. Ziker Cleaners 251 East Sample Street Zimmer Food Shop The Best Place to Eat - 736 So. Eddy Street Home Plumbing and Heating Supply 717-719-721 East Sample Street Brownie's Snack Bar 1528 Mishawaka Avenue 82 ' I wh.. Here's what you have been waiting for . . . a book full of laughs and memories, friends and teachers. We hope you have enioyed it and consider it worth your while and money. We would like to acknowledge you who have helped to make it a success. l win 14 Www ,4 THE JEWELED VALEDICTORIANS' AWARD Mary Louise Schwier Janet Louise Shulmier THE GOLD SALUTATORIAN'S AWARD Kathryn Louise Cawthorne THE GOLD SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Laurette Canter David C. Gibson Patricia Haley Karin Hennings Joan Inglefield Phillip Kohlbrenner THE SILVER SCHOLARSHIP Carolyn Ann Anderson Betty Rose Granat Robert Gross Dennis Kunce Joan Robinson Carlisle Parker Joan Partritz Thomas Smithberger Merrilyn Tasher Lenore Tucker AWARD Norma Shultz Joan Stombaugh Jean Stull Mary Swindeman HONORABLE MENTION FOR SCHOLARSHIP WITH DISTINCTION Lola Bishop Keith Born Marilyn Diedrich James Doty Marian Driver Betty Gudates Lois Hartrantt Henry Hukill Ben Jurcik Robert Manby Robert Miller Jacqueline Nieter Ruth Ont Hannah Pillow Jack Pinckert Joan Screes Barbara Sennett INDIANA UNIVERSITY STATE SCHOLARSHIP Carolyn Anderson INDIANA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE STATE SCHOLARSHIP Keith Born PURDUE UNIVERSITY STATE SCHOLARSHIP Rosemary Kelly Janet Shulmier Robert Manby Thomas Smithberger PURDUE UNIVERSITY SPECIAL NIERIT SCHOLARSHIP Phillip,KohIbrenner PURDUE UNIVERSITY HONORARY SCHOLARSHIP David Gibson DePAUW UNIVERSITY EDWARD RECTOR SCHOLARSHIP Carlisle Parker DePAUW UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT'S SCHOLARSHIP Janet Shulmier CENTRAL INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP Carolyn Anderson OBERLIN COLLEGE SPECIAL SCHOLARSHIP Joseph Howell N.R.O.T.C. SCHOLARSHIPS Henry Hukill Thomas Smithberger Dale Litherland JOHN ADAMS CITIZENSHIP AWARD, A Gift of the Class of T942 Gerald Freels Mary Louise Schwier 83 D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD Mary Louise Schwier D.A.R. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN UNITED STATES HISTORY Merrilyn Tasher BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD Thomas Smithberger Carlisle Parker BERG GLEE CLUB AWARD Myra Roberts BERG GLEE CLUB ACCOMPANIST'S AWARD Laurette Canter BERG BAND AWARD Harold Heeter BERG ORCHESTRA AWARD Kathryn Cawthorne P.T.A. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD Keith Born P.T.A, HOME ECONOMICS AWARD Mary Swindeman C.I.O. LOCAL 5 INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD Dennis Kunce wine iwemffq W 14 GOLD GLEE CLUB AWARD ALBUM STAFF AWARDS DRAMA CLUB CERTIFICATE OF HONOR Tom Barth David Gibson Don Crawford JoAnne Heddens Ona APel9'een Joanne ln9le'neld Lola Bishop David Hyde Beverly Cochran Connie Hudson Mafgfef Bolden Alben Kaplan Keith Born Joanne Inglefield Lois Hartranft Virginia Holland John Bowman JO-in Paftfifl John Bowman Beverly Brooks Nancy Carlson Virginia Caron William Cox Don Crawford Nancy Feragen DeVon Frash Gerald Freels SILVER GLEE CLUB AWARDS Barbara Brecht Laurette Canter Arlene Dombrose Joan Gofteney GOLD BAND AWARDS Lois Biastoclc Kathryne Cawthorne William Cox Harold Heeter SILVER BAND AWARDS Barbara Benson GOLD ORCHESTRA AWARDS Norma Lebo Agnes McCreary Ruth Orff Jack Pinckert Myra Roberts Joan Robinson Ramona Schecker Robert Trimble Shirley Selig Donna Miller Robert Parker Jane Tarr Norma Lebo Dale Litherland Nancy Williams Kathryn Cawthorne Joan Feldman Shirley Robinson Dale Litherland ALBUM EDITOR'S AWARD Mary Louise Schwier Norma Rush Laurette Canter Marilyn Diedrich JEWELED TOWER EDIToR's AWARD David Gibson Betty Rose Granat Betty Granat GOLD TOWER STAFF AWARDS Joan Feldman Dale Litherland Robert Gross Norma Rush Virginia Holland Betty Stark SILVER TOWER STAFF AWARDS Carolyn Anderson Hannah Pillow John Horvath Mary Ann Pordon Donna Miller GOLD LIBRARY CLUB AWARDS Kathryn Cawthorne Teresa Jones Beverly Cochran Janet Kurtz Joan Feldman Chrystyne Scott Shirley Gorsuch SILVER LIBRARY CLUB AWARDS Joan Horton DRAMA CLUB KEY AWARD David Gibson DRAMA CLUB PIN AWARD Joan Partritz Robert Gross Patricia Haley Harold Heeter Constance Hudson STUDENT COUNCIL GOLD PIN Mac Bussert Mary Ann Pordon Joan Robinson Norma Rush Joan Screes Thomas Smithberger Merrilyn Tasher Robert Trimble LaMar Worley AWARD STUDENT COUNCIL SILVER PIN AWARD Tom Barth Barbara Sennett Mary Louise Schwier STUDENT COUNCIL GOLD OFFICERS AWARD Jerry Freels Phillip Layman David Gibson DEBATE AWARDS SILVER KEY WITH STONEL .,,.. cccc,E R obert Gross SILVER KEY L,LLLL.,LL,.LL,.....,,L.LLLLL,,LLLLL,.LLLLL,LL LaMar Worley BRONZE KEY ,,,,L,,L,LL, Janet Shulmier and Joan Partritz USHERS CLUB JEWELED GOLD PIN Phillip Kohlbrenner William Schmitt Albert Kaplan Thomas Smithberger USHERS CLUB GOLD PIN Dean Adair Don Wright Harold Heeter Robert Zenzinger Robert Miller COACHES' AWARD Joseph L. 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