Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1951

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Sports ......... ....... P age Fifty-four House pam-t" 4 ' Classes ..... ................. P age Six ' People ...... .... P age Twenty-eight . Activities ..... .......,. P age Twelve E. V. Publishing House - 5 - Printers of "Napanet" x 1-fi. Accenl' in Conversing . Coppcs, Inc. Napanvo Kitclivns English Clciss "Rowell, could you improve that lust SCl1l'CllCC?" Yes, it is Mrs. Milos and lim' senior English class piilliug into piwictiu the teclmiques of good scutenco struclurv. History Class Ali, yes, good old U. S. llistory, and Mr. Bcsl is tiozicliiug tho junior class many of the elements ol' Americzm history. -5.- x Rhythm in Classes . Speech Class "Mechtilde Greschl, may 1 present Edward Eilersf' Introduc- tions are only a part of the many activities pelrfornied by the speech class. Spanish Class From what she has written Greta seems to think Spanish is very easy. Mr. Holaway, being an authority on Spanish, would naturally make the subject easy. 1 a Jie -7- Coppos, Inc. Napanee Kitchens . ef - K i I l Harmony in Projects . Mu Kh1xwHittzus3Vr 5 'ucks Agriculture Class Steady, llowarclg we wouldn't want you to spill anything. l'lxpei'imenting and testing are favorite activities of the agri- culture class and in this picture they ave testing soil for phosphorus. Home Economics Class Bi-ing the water to a boilg then add your chocolate, and stir until thick. Maybe we should let these home economics girls handle the cookingg they sieein to be getting along Iine without us. gg.. Stress in Expression Art Class Why is everyone looking at Rachael's drawing? Could it possibly be a masterpiece? That is probable because we have had superior work from the art department. Shop Class Watch out! Hold it stillg don't get your hand in that saw. This is the shop class and here they do anything from pound- ing nails to making mechanical drawings. I e The Elkhart Truth And Radio Station XVTRC and WTRC-FM N """"'s.. ls"--.... Cadence in Communication . Shorthand Class Take It letter, plezise. Oh, sorryg we thought we were in an officeg but it is just the shorthand class. Give the girls tinu-5 they may be secretaries some day. Typing Class What! Dann Gray busy typing! But that is possible with the gentle urging and excellent instruction by Mr. Postina. I. A. Miller, Inc. Pontiac and International Trucks -10- Meter in Symmetry Geometry Class You ask what Greta is doing. She is just completing 21 geometry theorem under the supervision of her teacher, Mr. Iloose. Physical Education Class Ring-at-round-a-rosy. But if you will look closer you will find the physical education girls are doing a few steps of 21 square dance. it 51 ,J is me ,...11.... I. A. Miller, Inc. General Electric Appliances an A 0 i .- ,,,,,,, ,,,.......,.-...-4-'-A -av M'-vm I A . , .ng iugi .ol 'rv ww- M w 4 .4 ii , , ---it 3 J W Q ,,,... ., Q .. ..-s -As i 2 E .....,.M Al A5 an "HW 2 ..,. M4- -+- I s r 5mm V ' S " M, A .,L 1,u,MQ3L A l, A . . '- f. . V 'W 'E - M Ll L ' ffxgnn. . "fax-fy . - I .11-Af ' www -if . 12 ,Q 5 'bww-1 0 G W9 ,Z ln Harmony with Activities Extra-curricular activities occupy much of our time and it is in these that we can express our ideas and display our talents. Radio broadcasting, having been intro- duced this year, is now one of our most popular activities and has given many stu- dents a chance to participate. The picture at the left is a scene on the day of a broad- cast. Around the first microphone: Vance George, Gene Johnson, Jerry lentz, Forrest Dunnuck. Second microphone: Fred Wilt, Dana Gray. Seated-James Burt, Alice Sla- baugh, David Stouder, Jolene Klingaman. Dixie Sandwich Shop East Slde Lumber Co "Best Food 1n Town" Lower Prxces, Phone L 323 lk 5 Nopcmet Tho nu-mbors of the annual stuff :md ilu-ir advisors could not count thu number of hours that worm- spc-nt in bl'illj.fiIlg' to you this y0a1"s "Nz1p:uu-t." Wm- s i 1100 vcly llopm' that it has told you :L story of our school lifv and that you lmvv vnjoyvd lvaf- ing through its pagers. l'IlbITlDll Bz1l'hz1r:x Sharp CU-l'1lPlT0lC Mzxrilyll Phr-ml Iiusml-:ss MANm:r:l: llc-1'lwl't Cripu AssT. Rus. Mun. llurvvy IN-I"1'1-1-s ,lumon lflnwon JoAnn Fzu'rimrton .llwlon Bus. Mtlll. lmvifl Stourlvr Am' l'1lll'I'0R Vzmcm- Gm-orgv Sl'ouTs linwon John Robinson AINMNI llic'I1urml Mib'l1ll'l' CAI.:-:Nlnxlz N2llll'y' Sl'Chl'iSt i'Im'romAl. Alwlsolz Miss Iloovvr lllwslmzss Almyrson MV. We-dfllv ART Anvlson Mrs, lloocl TOP PICTURE ':ill'llIll'Jl Sh:nl'11, ll1'l'lu-rl 1'l'ipr-. MIDDLE PICTURE Left to Right Ir:ux'i1l Slouwlvr. JoAnn l"iII'l'iIH.1l4DIl, Ilzlrvq-y I lv-I"l'1-vs, IXI:lril5'l1 I'hv-ml. BOTTOM PICTURE Seated Y:m.-.- 1:1-org'-, Miss Iloox.-V, Num-y S--whrisl. Standing Mrs, Hood, Hi4-h:u'fl Nlishln-r, .Iohn Robinson, W izllmpolir l'Il1g'l'z1vi11g' Co. In Ni1,1'lll'l'S :mrl l'1Ilj.l'l'2lVOI'S of Yvzlrhoo D'Bulldog The journalism club has worked long hours on the school newspaper. Co-opera- tion from all members has been exceedingly helpful in getting the "D'Bulldog" pub- lished twice each moIIth. EDITOR Frieda Walters Co-EDITOR Jerry Lentz BUSINESS MGR. Bernell Slabaugh SPORTS EDITOR Dana Gray MUSIC EDITOR Marla Mutschler FEATURE EDITOR JoAnn Farrington ART EDITOR Dawn Keesler SOCIETY EDITOR Marie Wilson FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Miles PRODUCTION MGR. Mr. Postma TOP PICTURE Seated-Ifricda Hfalters, Dawn Keesler, Mrs. Miles. Standing'-Jerry Lcntz, Bernell Slabaugh. MIDDLE PICTURE Front Row - JoAnn Farring- ton, Marla, Mutschler, XVQS- ley Hansen. Back Row - Dana Gray. Rose Rf-progle. BOTTOM PICTURE Seated-Marilyn Phe-nd, Bever- ly Ralston. Standing 4 Tmwn Km-vsln-r, Frieda Xvalla-rs, Mr. Post- ma, John Robinson. R A Fleetwood, M.D.-Lisle W. Roose, M.D Office-Nappanee and Van Buren Streets Hi-Y 'DOP PICTURE-left to right Bottom ROW-Norris Balsley, Rodney Loudermilk, Richard NVclb0rn, George Shoots, Glen Stump, Robert Miller. Center Row-Jams-s Five-lwood, Phillip Wright, Dana Gray, Wilfred Anglin, Richard Uline, Rivhard Corwin. .Iohn Robinson. Top Bow-James Burt, Richard Gossinger, Dale Shivcly, Paul Flowers, Richard Mishler, Dennis Brumlmugh, Robert Lutos, K-eith McCuen. 7 L I os, BOTTOM PICTURE-left to right Bottom Row-Douglas Golden, Eldon Didher, lluvid Bowers, Xvilliam Strung, David llosu-ltur. Carroll Coppos. Center Bow-Richard He-pla-r, James Rose, James Miller, NVQ-sley Hanson, Edwin Kern, Fred XViIt, Mr. NV'hitf-, sponsor. Top Row-Laiilar Rvivhvri, Je-rry Lentz, Walt-cr XVilliams, Forrest Dunnuck, NVilfr0d Blvssing, John Brunso. Richard Gessingier. President-HERBERT CRIPE Secretary-EDWIN KERN Vice President-LAMAR REICHERT Treasurer-JOHN ROBINSON Sigmund Sorg Inc., Goshen-Elkhart Naylor's Grocery and Market Jewelers-Silversmitzhs - 16 - Phone 149-Free Delivery Senior Y-Teens TOP PICTURE-left 150 right: V Bottom Row-Barbara LeCount, Shirley Geyer, Dorothy Mikel, Oma, EDDIPY. B1'W'I'lY Ralston, Betty Corwin, Marilyn l'hend, Mary Hof-kstruh. Barbara Sharp, Mary Lfilfilll- Marilyn Sparks. Micldle Row-Mary Slabaugh, Sally Gall. Hefty Phillips, Betty Sharp. Hi-tty Yoder, .lane Strauss, lil-ily Hochstetler, Phyllis Dc-twiler, Janet Rohr:-r, Jolene Klinganian, Sally Snider, MVS. Miles, sponsor. Top Row-llvliy Sharkey, Arlene XVelty, Emma, Renshergm-r, Joan Knepp, XVan-I-ta Fri-nirf-i'. Ruth Slim-ts, Norma, Inglv, Marlene George, .Julia Rensberger, Patricia Iam-s. Carol Gillis, Marilyn Heed, Nancy Sevhrist. it Q -, " . BOTTOM PICTURE-left to right: Bottom ROW-'l'ln-Ima Miller, Frieda Xlfalters, Rose Reprogl-P. Susan Martin, Dawn Keoslor, Arlem- la-hman, Avis lmsee, Edna Schmuckier, Irene Miller, Alice Slabaugh. Middle Row-Billie .lean xYidl'llUYUl', Marilyn Walters, D-ella Chapman, H4-li-n Huff, Marla, Mulsf-hier, Phyllis Roth, Shirley Hevkaman, JoAnn Shively, Jane MQ-Gillen, Marie- XVilson, Miss Hoover, sponsor. Top Row-Mm-lililde Gresuhl, Carol Mae Miller, Donna. Tee-ter, Sliirlivy Sullu-ima-r, Greta liigler, Palrivia Richmond, JoAnn Farrington, Julia Miller, Monna SL-christ, Rzwlizu-l Pfeiffer. President-BEVERLY RALSTON Secrelciry-NORMA JEAN INGLE Vice-President-PATRICIA RICHMOND Treasurer-ROSE REPROGLE Olympia Candies, Goshen, Indiana Boston Store-Men's and Boys' Wear, Ladies' Home Made Candies - 17 - and Girls' Ready to Wear, and Appliances Notionol Honor Society Seatefifleft to right: I!:11'i1:11'z1 giHll'lL ZXI:11'y Si:1l1:1111:i1, 3I:11'I:1 1XilIiF1'ili1'l', M:11'iiy11 Ili-ml, If 1'11'1l:1, xV!lll4'l'S, Mr. Iluosv, sp1111:4n1', Stancling'-left to right: 'l4'1'1-it XX'ill, .lt'l'1'y Lvnlz, 11111111 iil'2lY, 'll:11'vvy lh'F1'1-1-S, I4'o1'1'1-st 131111- 11111-k, l1:1Nl:1r Ili-it-111-1'l, llm-1'l11-rl l'I'iIN'. President-HERBERT CRIPE Vice-President-LAMAR REICHERT Secretory-Treasurer-MARY SLABAUGH Student Council Standing front -.I4'l'l'j' 1.1-nlz. Front Row-left to right: I1:111:1 1l1':15'. llvlly llnvtwli-ll.-1', Al:11'iIy11 1:1--wt. .l:1111- Strauss iit'Yl'l'ij' 121-:wg-1-, t':11'11ly11 iil'l'll. Second ROW-left to right: ii1li'X'1'j' In-I+'1w-1-s. SUSZIH XX'1'i1.1'I1l, M111'I11 IXl11ls1-11,11-1: F1'i1-1l:1 XV:1ll1-rs, Mary Stz1t1:111g'I1. Standing-left to right: 'I4'n1'1'1-st II111111111-k. l,:1IXI:11- livin-111-rl, llivt1:11'1t W1-Itm1'11. lilldmx l7iSi11-l', HOl'l11'l'I 1'I'illl', .l:1111ws lim-ft, i"l'1'li Will. I!z11't1:11':1 Sit1ll'll, John Sluhly. President-JERRY LENTZ Vice-President--BARBARA SHARP Secretory-Treasurer-MARLA MUTSCHLER Mast Sales and Service Oliver Farm Equipment - 18 - Future Homemcukers Bottom Row-left to right-Carolyn Martz, Shirley Davis, Betty Sharp, Arlene Welty, Jane Strauss, Donnubelle Hepler, Ruth Kahler, Thelma Miller. Middle Row-Betty Hochstetlter, LuluBelle Harman, Barbara Golden, Shirley Gaskill, Eleanorzr Shaffer, Patricia Lutes, Betty Yod-er, Dorothy Mikel. Top ROW-Marilyn Sparks, Mary Martin. Martha Dick, Sally Shively, Bonnie Cori, Lula- Belle Heplvr, Ruth Sheets, lVaneta Frenger, Carol DeFrees. President-BETTY SHARP Vice-President-ARLENE WELTY Secretary-Treasurer-SHIRLEY DAVIS Future Farmers Bottow Row-Richard Hepler, YVilfred R1-essing, James Troxel, Donald Malcolm, Royce Yoder, Franklin Reed, Donald Disher. Middle Row-Mr. Douglas, sponsor, Dale Shively, Glen Stump, George Sheets, Paul Lechlitner, Kenneth Yoder, Keith Angle-myer. Top Row-Wayne XVelty, Xvilliam Sharp, Roger Greenawalt, Douglas Golden, Stanley Farmwald, l.z1Mar Pletcher, Virgil Martin, Lowell Young. President-KEITH ANGLEMYER Secretary-ROGER GREENAWALT Vice-President-ROYCE YODER Treasurer-GLEN STUMP Mast Sales and Service - 19 - Oliver Farm Equipment Girls Athletic Association Bottom Rowgllin-hzwl l'f1-iffvr, livtty Yoder, Betty C'oru'in, Jolt-no Ifllllfiilfllilll, Bt-tty ll'oc-list:-tli-i', lla-tty Sharp, Lois I,-4-nina. Center ROW--Mrs. Mziust, sponsorg ltztrhzirrn G0ldt'll, Uarol lltf'i"l'l't'24, Ruth K:1hlv1', lhirothy Blikvl, .luzui lint-pp. Top Row-ltlmniu .It-:in liviislu-rpxt-x', Murlvno Gvorgv, 'I'lm-ima Millvr, Carolyn Mzirtz. ltozitrim- Adzmis, l'zLtrif-in. Kcim. Ilonnuhi-llv Hvplor. President-BETTY SHARP Vice President-BETTY HOCHSTETLER Secretory-JOLENE KLINGAMAN l 4 K , 4 Q -u 5X Junior Y-Teens Bottom Row--Nancy Quiglvy, l'n,tsy Curl. Jzlnvt Pulp, li1ll'll2ll'H Stnhly, Surah Lu- Lopp. l'1-irgy Arch, Donna Slllhl9lUlt'l', Ahhy llosslvr, .lt-:in Foltz, Kay livndnll, S:md1':L Ni-tti-our, lit-tty Xvoodhzinis. Second Row--Sully Stoudvr. Mzirthn, lmxlv, l4'l'!ll'lt't'S Mr-tlril'l', Unrol l'o:4tm:i. Marvin Mutsr-hlit-r, Norma Shc-1-ts, Sziritzx. S1-hrovk. Shirlvy Lose-+-. Carol A. Millvr, Sharon Troxvl, llonnzmhvll lie-nslii-uf:-i'. XV:mdzL Mills-l', lVI:1rln-nv ltivzlns. Third. Row-Miss NVi-:ive-r, sponsor: Shirts-y Longfivld, I.iml:i, Stump, Luuiino Lt-vi', Judith Swihart, t':irol Milli-r, INl:u'y Lou Mille-r, Uonnin- Hosslvr. Mary JIIIIL' l"wng:i-r, Nzirthzl Huff, Shwrry Gillis, llindzm l'l1-ti-hi-r. l':itrici:1, Roth. livvorly th-orgv. Fourth ROW-Molly .lo Tohins, Patsy Kvim, Janvt Fishor. lie-ntrivo Adiims. 'IN-rry Hush-tli-r. Lois lfi-mnn, Kr-nlyn l':1lh4'i-k, Sharon Jonxsi-li. liz-Iwi-mn, l':1rc-1-ll, 'l'hvlm:i Rosh. .lo.Xnn Grimm, VVy:mzl MvDow, Uzxrolyn K4-rn, l!z1rlmr:Lt'om'ws, Kathryn Millor, Uonniv Fi-rvimlzl. Mary Holi-n Vinpf-n. Top Row-Hi-Ivn Foltz, Num-y Vomit-S. Lois Sovhrist. Susan XVrip:ht, C':u-ol E. Millvr. Fi':i.m-vs Svvhrist, Jc-:xnv:nim- Stout, Mary Jane- Russ. Doris Hlll1Sllf'l'H'1'!', Johzumil .lt-Plus, M:irj:mi- ifllflvTT1l'lIl, Jzinvt Mnttvrn, Rf-tty Sivchrist, Vzltrivia Snidvr, President-SHIRLEY LOSEE Vice President-SARITA SCHROCK Secretory-NORMA SHEETS Sears, Roebuck and Co. Elkhart, Indiana, Farm Store -ZO- ................ -ws. Debate Seatecl-around table: l-'rm-ml XYill, Nunvy Sn-vhrisl, llurilyn lim-ll, Vnnw- tif-nur--, Wm-sl.-5 Hansen, 'llnlu-rt MQ-tzlor, llnvid liowvrs, liurnoll Slzlbaugh, Jam- Luumlflrmilk. Standing'-M1's. Milvs, sponsor, lmna Gray. Librarians Seated-left to right: Lulalwllf- Hvplcr. Miss XVE-avor, B1-tty Je-un Sharkey. Standing-left to rliglxt: Sully Shin-ly, Bannin Corlt Carolyn Mzlrtz, Ruby Tnbias, Rose I.--pl-mln. llullls lmlh, lmls ln-mmm, Shlrlm-y lmllglwlel. ?21 .. Trump Cleaners and Dyers Quality Cleaning Colenolor Sl'1l"l'l'1lVI BHK 1 . xg.. iw A in 4 Urgunizuliun tiny fm' tt-:it-lu-i':4. 5 Hsu-k to st-html: luis ul' ll't'XK' fzuw-S, too. 6 'Fire-tt lights nn football lit-ld. 7 First :assi-nihlyg ne-w 1-tml-livs,Zilr. VV:-llmrn :intl Mr. tlslmrm- airt- introdur-4-d. 9 ll - li -:iti in rf M -mn 1'i:il I1'ie-ld. A 'A L. 'L ' ' ' ' ' Football training begins with warmup exercitausy ll St-nitn' vlziss t-lt-4-tiun. V J t K' 12 Hi-Y :intl Y-'Ft-1-ns: tl t- na-rnl in " K As:-wnihly 13 Mort- work for lmukk-t-1-pingt-lass. First Hunk duyg .ltblll'll2lllSlll. 111 tl.A.A. holds 1-lc-c-tion ul' otllct-rs: lirst dt-h:il-- me-4-timx: Mngit-i:in show. 15 l'Il1-4-titm ot' utils-1-rs in grad:-:4 T tn ll. 19 lli-Y st-riuus initiutiun :tt First lira-tlirvn t'hi1rvhg If'.lI.A., I".l+'.A. 20 .ltllll'IHlllSlll pit-niv. 21 tl.A..-K. initiaition. 25 Hi-lf wt-int-1' roast tuniglil. 26 Ili-Y. Y-'Fw-ns, In-hzitv. tht"l'tll!l'lll . , 3 ,l,,.H.'An l,.,,-Au nh.. Y,q-,,,l.,,S' The cafeteria is a busy place at noon. 5 lftmtlmll Rally tonight, -4- 6 ,St-ninr :intl fzu-ulty pivturm-:-1. 9 t1.A.A. 10 Y-'IN---ns st-rimis initiation: lli-Y. 11 Juurnzilisln dvzullint- tutlziyg first radio lamaulvzist. 16 St-niors l't-4-1-ive the-ir pruot':-1: Ili-C tonight. 17 l".H,A., I+'.l".A. 18 Rank day. 19 Assvmlrly pr01.5r':in1 1- nl i t l 4' d "Songs JxIIlt'l'l4'1l, Luvo-s." 20 tl.A.A. 23 l,Il1dt-rclnssvilvn pit-turt-s today: S-t-ninrs Illllllllllllt' St'Il1llUl'StUl't'IJ- rusnnt us at Vurdut-. t 'rrees are cut. Playground is resurfacsd. Y Robeftsons 0. E. chmmer and son South Bend's Favorite Department Store -22- D-X products The Active Atoms try some experiments. Watching Stella and Scene from "When Grend- Minnie wrestle. me was ri Girl". M mi belle and Minnie pause for a oicture. Operette is oresentzed Q Calendar Assembly to observe United Na- tions llzlyg Hi-Y, Y-Te-ons. llsind and lmskt-tlmll pic-tures: l'llt't'I'lQ'1ldl"l' tryouts. Tt'IlL'lll'I'S Association. No svhool. Teen-Town hztyride. Hi-C' tonight. School dismissf-d at 2:40 so building can iw dt-1-orfitc-d for Hullowt-'on l+'t-stival. JVEMBER Hi-Y party, Journalism mm-ting. National Honor Society. G.A.A. This week st-t nsidv as "Got in the Swing.: Wm-k": lie-v. Mt-tlillen speaks to Hi-Y and Y-Tut-ns. First pvrfornianw- of one-i'f-tta, "The Count and the Fo-1-d." High s 1' 110 o 1 elvvt ion sponsorvd by 5-i'0YUl'llYl'lt'llf class. Oport-tta :1 big success, Journal- ism. Journalism, Studi-nt C'ount-il, F. H.A., '1".F.A. XVC- are beaten by Ks-ndallville 53-56 in first of sv:1son's basket- ball games. Senior class meeting. Junior Y-Teens: we deft-at NV'ak- zxrusa 56-37. Tryouts for junior high vhevr- leade-rs. F.F.A., F.H.A. party. National Honor Som-iety. More group pictures for Annual. XVe boat XVarsaw 51-3-1. Student Council. Y-Tl'ilHS sponsor "Chocolates for Christmas" campaign: Hi-Y: we win from Goshen 68-57. K St J. A. Arnott and Son QSESIQI aI?5eSel,Vice 123 .. Real Estate and Insurance 212 '5 UR 29 Ill Calendar 'l'4-1-n-Town 'I'h1lI1k!4L5,'iVil'lH' hrmik- fzmsi. Spin-f-h 4-lziss 1'1lll4'i'iS trip lo Howe Iwi-:iusv oi' had ws-:mths-i'. l+'.lI.A., 1".l+'..-K,, C.A.A. bowling In-gins. Hum! lll'ti!Hll'1ISfS Vridio 1-onv-wrt. l'l'1IXII5l'Ill First pep session of ODP Same 'ith th' the yaap, 1 Bourbon Comets. 1 IH-p si-ssion. Wi- how to Uoilvord i ZQX--iii. Siiiclvnl 4-ounvil st:ii'lsdr-sk :ind lovkvl' inspi-1-iioii. IN-luitv 1-lub, si-mitors, :md I'i'pl'1'Sl'lllH- iivi-s jourm-y to l'ui'mlu1-. Uhoir is nn-:isurn-:I for now ruin-s. Soli- iors ordvi' ruin-s for Nvllilil' wi-wk. -1 .knoihi-1' iiuy. 5 .liinior :incl svnim' hzilid 1-oiii-4-rt. Y-'IU-wills le-:ern how to wrap l'hristm:is gifts. Ili-Y: 4i..X..X. howling' :xI'ti-r si-liool. 6 Viviun up 4i:iy, ri-port c-urds. T Y-'IH-Q-vis si-ml iuys lo 411-i'ni:my. A Wi- win froml'oluniIui:Ll'ily iii-12. V . L . is 11 Ili-1' has s1-i'x'im- :ll ihv First New WHYS to WTSD Si-ft3ni ChI'gi.StmBSt2:l'G3 liriflliri-ii 1"lUI'4'h. .limior :xml Genre ' S1'lliUl'IlSS1'lH1bly uom'1-rliiiig vomi- lions. I2 Mun f'l'illll I'iii'mi111- ri-:isis .Ianni-s XVhit1'oinli llili-y's lNN'1I'y. 13 Ni-w York Voiiipzniiy mwsf,-nts "l.iIlIn- Ho-d lliilillg' lImid." l 11 Sw-4-izil l".H..X. nn-L-Iinpx: Nzlliomgl Honor Siwivly. Iii "l'hristm:is in Sw:-don" iopiv at Y-'Fw-ns: Hi-Y. Z0 Siwi-vii vixxss Dl'l'34l'lllS f'llI'iSfl11!lS play, "'l'hn- Liitli- Shvph-i-rd Who Was L1-i'l Iii-hind." Last day of svhool this Xt'!ll'! f christmas-piay, nThe Little Shepherd That was Left Behindn. A. H. Kaufman and Co. G. L. Oyler, D D S Hardware, Paint, Toys, and Sporting Goods -24 -- 201 North Main Stleet Calendar .I .XNUARY l:llt'li In svlltml. l'ltl ltlilw-VS prv- st-nt:4 to lllr. XXX-tltllv :tml sm-lmtfl tht- trupliy wun :tt llulimlzty 'l'wui'- nt-V St-ninrs clisvttss plume: for tht-il' trip. 5 NVQ- clt-ff-:tt .limtmvn 5340. fl Y-'IM-1-tis: tl..X..X. will:-5' lutll. Holidny Tourney tI'ODl1Y Noise in the physics oresentsd. Clggg, - 7 11 ll.A..X, mt-1-tin,Lq: stuclf-nt 4-nttm-il. 14+ lh-sk :tml lm-lit-r inspt-t-limi. 12 'I'--1-ii-'l't+wl1. lil KW- In-:it l'lymmttli ii!!-Ili, Iii Mrs. fvlllll givvs htmlc rwximx' fm N-'l't-vnsg lli-Y. 2l lit-lmtv1111-iiilwrs ,Lin lu l.:ipm't1- lu Ivimaitlwust .lunitfr 'lktwii All-t-tiiigx Qt! lion-t't1iii--uit vlnsst-s xisit Stutt- l,t-gtsl:1ttt1'v. l+'l'Il!llL7AliY ,, l.m':tl :mln :tml mist-iitlvlv multi-st. 1 Uliuii' g.:'ix'vs 4-mit-Q-rt :tl Flitiiw-lt ul' timid. fl llr. 'l'llt'lit'l', lxrt-Sill:-Ill nl' l"trl'l XV :I 5' ii nf Iiit-1i'i1:ttitni:tl litlsint-ss 1 t'ullt-gt-, spit-:tlis tt, jtlnittrs :mtl A sininrs. Mnrch of Dimes drive. Cardy takes e spill. ' ll t'lwir sings :tt I-'irst l-Zvrtxigt-lie-:tl linitt-il lil"'llll'4'll 4'l1ui't-li. lil lbvlnltt- lt!lll'llIllllh'lll :nt Smith lit-ml, lf',ll..X., lt'.lf'..X. 352 ll llztlik tlzly. 15 lXuppuiit-it- tlruxxs Klttltllvlvtlim' in ltllII'll1llllt'lll. IT Vm-ul :intl ellis:-inlwlv c-mitvst :tt XY:ullit-rtuli. I!! 'l'nt1r1i:tli1t-int lit-kt-ts gt: mi sul.-. Eli .Xttrmiv lmmll lll4iYl1'S sliuwn tu lit-X :md X-lu-ns. St-html tlismisst-tl :ill tlzty fur tntl1'm-y. '25 l'+-p st-ssion. New Choir robes mwiva. Choir- rehexaraes for a DPOQZFHM. - Willard M. Naylor Quality Print Shop Insurance-Real lflstutv-Loans -f-25-F -- Printing- of tlw Hvttf-r Kind lx IM-luilv In-:Am wws ln lulll'll:lm4-nl Calendar 1 tl--niwr Illnpglish 4-lass sw-s "llam- I--I" In Smith II4-ml. XIAIIVII I .lllnmr 4-Inss xisils lhm- lvgisln- ll1l'I'. 3 S4 ni' 1- 1-l'wQ lm-1-tim: ln talk wx:-r 1- L., llwl1S, A pep session before we P18y8d,E1khgrt. ll Y-'IW'--rw Ili-Y T .Im-1I:m Syvnplnmiv Ilnnel IlI'l'Sl'll1S wnu-v'rl :ul Ihr- Vllllllllllllllj' hullxl- IIIJL. x 24--ni-.rs null-I' Illllllt' 1-:lrcls :lml mx il:lli1vlIS Ihr 4-4111111114111-Q-1111-111. II Vlwix' xxmars nv-xx' Vulu-S :lt lhv Xl,-Ihmlwl l'llllI'1'h. IZ Svlnuvr vlnss m4---lim.: lu Qlisvuss fllllllvlll 1-.mm-nl. l" l"I4' X Ifll X I"lml Yl'll'l9 nn .. . 1. ,. , Ixx4l1l:l5 mmm-rl tour. Il! lkuskwllmll :aml I'4mllr:1lI swwrlle-rs lrlw-H4-ilk--el by Mr. Hslml'nv :lml MV, XY:-llmrn. l"r1-fl Idhlvs is 1-Flle-Sl lmml 1-mulls:-lwl'. Iizuul lll1'lllll1'l'S pl':n-Ii:-v :xll vlny. lil 4'hul'u:4 ll':ux1-Is l4ul'hi1'1lp.j4v tu sm- ..s.,u1n 1-:...m.'." The clnss tourney is in progress. 'IP S-'xwlulll a.gl':ul-- vlaws nn---Iim,1'. lim-sl Slbvflliwl' slums Ili1'llll'1' nl' sulxllu--rn 12.-m'gl:l. ' Y 'I'w'ns lll'v'S4'I1I I-Izxslvl' ln'ng'1':1ln, 1 Swlw-rl JISIIUSS4-tl l'm'spl'illg'x:u':I- linux. A Jn. N- lm-ns. :ul Null Ib I..-ml, II l'h-nil' :emi lmnml rw-1-1-ix'w suplfrinr I'JllIllp.2S :al slnslru-I 1-mul,-sl ln-ld :ul Nl-vmm. Ilulinurl. WOWO broadcasts Junior Town Meating. Milla-nk Grocf-rv , Si ,, H , Y ' 1 Delbert Pmco, MD. nu ll1mugJ1 I. G. A. -26- 451 N. Hartman St., Phono 99 Calendar APIRL 6 Jim Rich speaks on temperance. Charlotte band visits Nztmmxim- for a concert. 9 Oberlin College Glee Club sings at the Methodist Church. 10 Special assembly presents Nut- Chuck, the Eskimo. 13 Freedom Forum during activity period. 14 Band and choir given superior ratings at state contest at Knox, Indiana. 16 Track meet with Columbia City. 18 Debate team wins first in St. Joseph Valley League. 19 Track meet with Jimtown and Concord. 20 Grade school giv-esopcrettz1."The Seasons of Happiness." 25 Freshmen and sophomore track meet. 30 Senior skating party nt Misha- waka. MAY 2 County track meet. i . . 4 High ,School May festival. 8 Track meet at XVZIPSIIXV. 1ll Eighth grade takes trip to Chi- cago. 11 Mother's Day band concert. 12 Sectional track meet. 16 Home economics department gives style show. 18 Junior and Senior reception. 19 Regional track m-eet. 20 Baccalaureate. 22 Senior night program. 24 Commencement. F. '-h 1' t! The choir journeys to contest. L' bb 00 S Ou State Bank of Nappanee 11111595 Service Station Membei of Fed. Ilep. Ins. Corp. -27- Gasoline, Oil, Atlas Tires, Batteries 'L 33' I' . v w"",.-ri ai.'x. ,af- E A -an Y . ' -' . nl ' -.'5f"". Ia , A-5, Nb ,, ' N rim.. T'-T 'V 1 "" ' 4 ' ' 'K ' :ft , H n J. 4 fn t , 'N.,Q,,.'j", My - ,Q In 1 97' -X ., 1 V v, ,Q . f fs , L 1 me -'eh J ' 4 . cr E TJ ,Q ,MV A , I M ' ' ,, 'X A. 4' . -gt, :Lf -1 - ' I u ni N.. . L , ,,,, 1, ,,,.. ,,,,,,,W, E Q7 -nw' yn! wa. f X 1 I aa ..- Q. ,wif ' N -W . 5 . Y A . .P Q. pu- 43" N , , Lffi ,dx ' v Y 5, G at-Wo 5 9,-f-'W ln Accord with People People, and our associations with them, help us gain a better understanding and a greater respect for our school. Through these associations we form lasting friend- ships and pleasant memories. Dunham and Love Hol1ar's Market Prescriptions-Fountain Service -29 - The Place of Fine Meats "lt is the essential function of the high school to afford the youth of our community with an opporhunity to build a well-rounded personality, including social, physical, and spir- itual, as well as intellectual develop- ment. The concentrated effort of both parent and teacher is required to provide the many and varied experiences necessary for normal growth. Thus the problem of provid- ing the students with an environment which is fitted to various stages of growth becomes a never ending challenge. By development of the proper environment we hope to help students to a way of life which will lead to greater happiness and well- being." James O. Weddle, Principal Nappanec Utilities Co. Administration "Joy and satisfaction in the achievements of youth with whom one has worked and lived and shared is the most cherished reward of a true teacher. Time immortalizes the enduring values - amplifies and enshrines the friend- ships - sweetens the sacrifices - erases the memories of the small things-and exalts the victories of the spirit. Time will bring you again and again to these pages. May each return bring you a realization of the enrichment brought your life by friends, teachers and fel- low-students." William R. Kendall, Superintendent l'lI'l'f'tlS 'fexzlvn Service 205 East Lincoln Street -A-30- Gus, Oil, I.ulti'icution and Washing Office Personnel Alberta Lopp and Edith Hoover are the effi- cient secretaries to Mr. Kendall. They are both kept busy taking care of correspondence and bookkeeping duties. Anna Lou Robertson, Mr. Weddle's able secre- tary, is at work taking care of her many office duties. Daily bulletins, cafeteria reports, and stu- dents' permanent records are only a few of her many responsibilities. School Board The school board holds meetings on the first Monday of each month to shudy and work out the problems that arise. Seated around the table are Harter A. Wright, Dr. Douglas W. Price, Carlyle A. Mustchler, Wil- liam R. Kendall, Charles W. Elder, and Virgil Anglin. Collms Furniture Store Har ley litres Sh I Home Furnishings -31-- The Stole fol Vl omen and Young, Gul Kacy's lleluxe' Motor Sales Ile Soto-Plymouth Faculty WAYNE BEST Social Studies Manchester College, A.B. Indiana University, M.S. JonNsoN DOUGLAS Vocational Agriculture Purdue B.S.A. and M.S. ROSEANNA MAUST Jr. High English, Physical Education Hanover College, B.S. LEWIS HABRGGER . Instrumental Music Manchester College, B.S. Michigan State University Iboms HAVENS Home Economics and Cafeteria Manager Western Michigan College of Education Purdue University, B.S. CLARENCE HOLAWAY Foreign Languages, Mathematics Goshen College, B.A. Indiana University, M.S. Esrnnn HoovER English Indiana University, A.B. University of California at Los Angeles Ball State Teachers College RAY HOPEWELL Science Purdue University Indiana University, B.S. JAMES KING Industrial Arts, Diversified Occupations Purdue, B.S., iT. and I.E., M.S. Ed. LUCY Mlm-:s English Indiana University, A.B. NorthWe.stern University Goshen College Purdue University ISIIMAEL OSBORNE Health and Physical Education Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Indiana University HARVEY Pos'rMA Commerce Goshen College, A.B. Indiana University, M.C.S. 32 -- Faculty DOROTHY RITTER Music Central College, Mo. Northwestern University, B.M.E. MARY Room Art Terre Haute Teachers College, B.S. GALEN Roosn Mathematics Goshen College Manchester College Indiana University, A.B., M.S. Purdue University Omvn YVEAVER English and Library Middle Tennessee State, B.S. University of Illinois, B.S. in L.S. LUNDY WELBORN Mathematics and Physical Education Butler University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. LAWRENCE WHITE Social Studies Manchester College, A.B. Ball State Teachers College Indiana University, M.S. "Is there any mail for me?" "Isn't that rm attractive art display?" Kacy's Deluxe Motor Sales Sinclair Products Who's Who These students have merited the outstanding honors of Nappanee High ,,,,,,.,Harv-ey DeFrees ..........Dawn Keesler ...-........Herbert Cripe Forrest Dunnuck ...-...Vance George School. SCHOLARSHIP ART ................oe LEADERSHIP ..... ATHLETICS ,,,,... ,,.,... MUSIC ....e.e. SPEECH ............... - .,...... ..,.. Nappanee Lumber 8x Manufacturing Co. Nursery Furniture - 34 - .....--.Dana Gray SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT .... e ..S.....,...,.. James Fleetwood SECRETARY-TREASURER SSSS....SSSS Barbara Sharp PRESIDENT r,,,..............,,....rr,r..,. LaMar Reichert CLASS FLOWER ..,... ....... ..,rrr,,r, W h ite rose CLASS COLORS ............LLLe.....,.... Blue and white CLASS MOTTO ........,.,......, No man can iind that for which he has not looked. Seniors!!! At last. You ask if We're proud of it. Of course, we are. We have shared many things together, in- cluding our joys and our complaints. One of our activities this year was a trip to the State Legislature, with visits to the Soldiers an-d Sailors Monu- ment and the War Memorial in Indianapolis. We are looking forward to our Senior trip at the close of the school year. It is difficult for us to realize that soon we will be leaving N. H. S.g but we will face the future with courage and determination. KEITH ANGLEMYER "Keith" F.F.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Secretary 3 X WILFRED ANGLIN "Willie" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l. 35 Nappanee Lumber Sz Manufacturing Co. Nursery Furniture V ,.,,.-, Syler and Syler Grain, Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizer LYLE BEST "Skinner" . Hi-Y I, Joiurnalism 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, Chorus I, 2, Operetta 2. DENNIS BRUMBAUGH "Bud" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, Football 4, Class President I. PHYLLIS DETWILER "Phil" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Journalism 2, 4, Librarian 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. OMA EPPLEY "Angel" Y-Teens 4, Journalism l, 2, 3, Librarian I, 2, Dramatics I, 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4. JOHN BRUNSO "Shiney" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Journalism I, 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms S3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, ln- tramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 4, Football 4. WILLIAM BUSS "Bill" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, Intramurals 4. SALLY GALL "SaIly" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 'l, 2. CAROL GILLIS "Carol" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. RICHARD CORWIN "Dick" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms 3, Active Atoms President 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 3. HERBERT CRIPE "Herb" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y President 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, National Honor Society President 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Basketball I, Softball 'l, Track 1, Reception Committee 3, Class President 3. HARVEY DEFREES "Harve" Annual Staff 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Active Atoms 3, 4, Active Atoms Vice-President 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Intramurals I, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Football 4. HOWARD DICK "Howard" F.F.A. 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. BARBARA GOLDEN "Bobs" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. MECHTILDE GRESCHL "Mechtilde" Y-Teens 4, Journalism 4, Chorus 4. FORREST DUNNUCK "Ike" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Active Atoms 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus President 4, Chorus Treasurer 3, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, Football 4, Class Presi- dent 2, Ensembles 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4. EDWARD EILERS "Ed" Active Atoms 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Football 4, Track 2, 3, 4. DONABELLE HEPLER "Donsie" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 4. NORMA JEAN INGLE "Jeanie" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens Secretory 4, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, G.A.A. I, 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. JAMES FLEETWOOD "Jim" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms 3, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Football 4, Track I, 2, 3, Cross Country Track 3, Class Vice-President 4. VANCE GEORGE "Vance" Annual Staff 4, Journalism 4, Debate 4, Build l, 2, 3, 4, Cl10l'US l, 2, 3, 4, Student Band Conductor 4, Chonus Treasurer 4, Dramatics I, 2, 3, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 2, 3, 4. Metzler Shoe Company--Florsheim Shoes for Men-Miller Health Shoes for Women .K jffvi Q' 'im , ... Huffman Bakery Mother's Bread 1 DANA GRAY "Dona" Hi-Y 2, 4, Journalism 2, 3, 4, Activa Atoms 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Sttudent Council 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, ln- tromurals l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Foot- ball 4, Radio 4. VIRGIL HALL "Virgil" Intramurals 3, 4. DAWN KEESLER "Dawn" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Journalism l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 3, 4, "Girls' State" 3. IRENE MILLER "Renie" Y-Teens 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2. WILLARD HARTMAN "Willie" Intramurals 3, 4. CARL HECKAMAN "Cordy" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Journalism l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, Football 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Track 2, 3. THELMA MILLER "Dutch" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Secretary and Treas- urer 3, F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus i, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4. RACHAEL PFEIFFER "Rach" Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, F.H.A. 'l, 2, 3, G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. PHILLIP HUFF "Phil" Softball l, 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. NILES HUNSBERGER "Niles" F.F.A. l, 2, Operetta 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4. MARTEL JENNINGS "Mart" Hi-Y 45 Track 4. GENE JOHNSON "Gene" Hi-y 25 Active Atoms 3, 45 Band l, 25 Chorus 3, 45 Chorus Vice-President 45 Ensembles 3, 45 Basketball l, 25 Soft- ball l, 25 Football 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 4. MARILYN PHEND "Speedy" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Joiurnalism 45 Annual Staff 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus lp Ensembles l, 2, 35 Reception Com- mittee 3. BEVERLY RALSTON "Bev" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens President 45 Journalism 3, 45 G.A.A. l, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Ensembles l, 2, 3, 4. JERRY LENTZ "Digger" Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Journalism l, 2, 3, 45 Active Atoms 3, 45 Thespians 2, 35 Dra- matics l, 2, 35 National Honor Society 45 Student Council President 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Softball l, 25 Football 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Class Vice-President l, 25 Ensembles 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2. RODNEY LOUDERMILK "Rod" Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Debate lp Track 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MARILYN REED "Marilyn" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Journalism 3, 45 Debate 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. l, 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 35 Operetta 3. EMMA RENSBERGER "Emma" Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 'l, 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. vnzcll MARTIN "vifg" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Treasurer 2, 3. RICHARD MIKEL "Rich" A Intramurals 3, 4. Pletcher Furniture Company 39 .. Furniture-Appliances House of Harter, Goshen, Indiana "Sporting Goods" JAMES MILLER "Jim" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Journalism 2, Student Council I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3. ROBERT MILLER "Bob" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3. EDNA SCHMUCKER "Edna" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3. NANCY SECHRIST "Nan" 1 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Annlual Staff 4, Debate 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. RICHARD MISHLER "Mish" Hi-Y 2, 4, Annual Staff 4, Active Atoms 3, 4, Dramatics 2, Thespians 3, 4, Thespian Secretary 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band President 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Intra- murals 2. FORREST GLENN REED "Glenn" Track 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3. BARBARA SHARP "Sharpie" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, G.A.A. I, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Student Council Vice-President 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Secretary 4, Class Secretary and Treasurer I, 2, 3, 4, Reception Committee 3, D.A.R. Representative 4, "Girls' State" 3, En- sembles I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. BETTY SHARP "Bets" Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Assistant Librarian 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. Vice-President 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Vice-President 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. LAMAR REICHERT "Sonny" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Vice-President 4, National Honor Society 4, National Honor Society Vice-President 4, Student Council 4, F.F.A. I, Annual Staff 4, Active Atoms 4, Chonus 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball I, Softball I, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, Operetta 4. JOHN RoauNsoN "'Johnny" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Treasurer 4, Active Atoms 4, Active Atoms Secretary 4, Annual Staff 4, Student Council 2, 3, Student Council Secretary and Treasurer 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Basketball Man- ager 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Manager 4. BERNELL SLABAUGH "Nelly" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Journalism 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Active Atoms 4, Chorus 3, Track 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Operetta 3. RICHARD ULINE "Rich" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Band Vice-President 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 4. LOIS TEMPLIN "Marsha" Journalism 4, Chorus 3, Operetta 3. FRIEDA WALTERS "Frieda" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens Secretary 3, Journalism I, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Student Council 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Ensembles 3. RALPH UMBAUGH "Ralph" F.F.A. I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Track 4. DAVID WALTERS "Mase" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Active Atoms 4, Track 3, Softball 2, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2. WALTER WILLIAMS "Joe" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, Basketball I, Football 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. ROYCE YODER "Royce" ' Active Atoms 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Vice-President 3, 4, Chorus 4. BILLIE WIDMOYER "Billie" Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Joiurnalism I, 2, 3, 4, Debate I, 2, Librarian 'l, 2, Dra- matics I, 2, Thespians 3, G.A.A. I, 3. Vitreous Steel Products Co. Porcelain Enamel Products Mn. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS V1c:E-PRESIDENT . ..,.,.,. .. ,,.. r Fred Wilt SECRETARY-TREASURER .r c Patricia Richmond PRESIDENT e ,.ii .. ,..,,............. James Rose We, the class of "SZ", started out our junior year with iifty-two members. Of course, we are very proud to have Marla Mutschler, Mary Slabaugh, and Fred Wilt as our National Honor Society electees. Our two Student Council members are Richard Welborn and Eldon Disher. We have had a good time together this year in our magazine sales and reception planning, and are looking for- ward to next year as seniors of N.l'l.S. Mutschler lirothers Company Porta-liilt Kitchen Furniture -42- 'lop Bow-left to right Mark Bammel Wilfred Blessing David Bowers Della Chapman Shirley Davis Martha Dick BOW 8 Eldon Disher JoAnn Farrington Gerald Freet Junior Fuller Douglas Geyer Roger Greonawalt Bow 'I Patricia Henley David Hostetter Robert Jensen Edwin Kern Paul Lechlitner Barbara LcCount ow 8 Arlene Lehman Avis Los-ee Susan Martin Robert Messner James Messner Robert Metzler Bow 5 I I Ronald Miller James Mitterling Marla Mutschlei- Betty Phillips Ruse Rcprogle Patricia Richmond ow 4 Mary Rochstroh James Rose Monna Sechrist Eleanora ,Shaffer Betty Shar-key George Sheets ow 3 Dale Shively Jo Ann Shively Mary Slabaugh Sally Snider David Stouder Glen Stump Bow 2 Xvllliam Stutzman Ruby Tobias James Troxel Richard VW-lborn Arlene XVQ-lty lVayn1- XVeldy Bottom Row Marie XVilson Fred XVilt Phillip XVright 15" 1- Mutschler Brothers Company Porta-Bilt Kitchen Furniture SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT ,... , , ,,.. ,..,.... P z 1ul Flowers SECRETARY-TREASURER .,,,,. Jolene Klingaman VICE-PRI-:s1DEN'1' , ,,,,.. Alice Joan Slabaugh Just think! Our second year in high school. Our mem- bers elected three capable students as the officers. Our Student Council representatives are Betty Hochstet- lei' and Jane Strauss. Mrs. Miles and Mr. Welborn are our sponsors. Members of our class take an active part i11 all student activities. Elkhart Farm Bureau Co-operative Association, Inc. - 44 -- Top Row-left to right Norris llalsloy Greta Biglcr James Burt Carroll Coppes Bcity Corwin Stanley Farmwald Paul Flowurs Bow 8 lV'an0tzL Frvnger Thvodnrv Gall Shirlvy Gaskill Marlvno Georges Richard G1'SSlf1j.f'fll" Rohm-rt Gossimxvr Shirlvy Gfiyer Row 7 lluuglas Gnldrin NVQ-sl:-y Hansvn ldlllliivllt' Harman Shirln-y Hz-c-kaman llivhard Hvplvr NValtQ-r Hvrshlwrg'-Pr Bvtly Hochstvllvr Row 6 Hr-Ivn Huff Ruth Kahle-r Joh-nv Kliiiganian .loan Knvmw .lanv Loud:-rmilk Vatrim-ia. Iam-sz lluln-rt Lutf-S Row 5 NVilliam Main Donald Mala-olm Mary Marlin Km-ith M4-l'imr1 Jane- llIcGillw-n Shvila Mvflriff Dornthy Miki-l Row 4 Farnl Mal- Miller Elizalwth Millvr Harry Millvr Julia lllillvr Gm-arm' Mitsc-hr-Ivn Tmwis lllitsvlwlffn Kvnnvlh Mittf-rlingf Row 3 Gurdon Vfviffc-r Marilyn l'inpe-nzor Marianno Rf-od Julia Rvnslwrgf-r Janvt Rnhrf-r T'h3'llis Roth Paul Sc-vhrisl Bow 2 XVilliam Sharp Ruth Shoots Nlivv .Ioan Slalialuxlm Marilyn Sparks XVilliam Strang .lanv Strauss Shirlvy Suthnimr-r Bottom Row Donna. Tlvvtfir Gerald NVagn0r Marilyn XValt9rs Samuel XVoIdy Parlyo Vlfolty Betty Yoder Lowell Young nu-4' 5 xxx 1- in in wg. gu- f ' f ag ,' . QM, ivfiligl f - Na+ li HV 33 N , . . ,, 3 L ' .," fx Qyifv :X . , A .1 A K A m A S S if Q i rli ii ii ir- . .Fri A A yrlk lallzv: l WM xr' , ,I Z. if ish l 'X N M l -45.. if Y is . -335 5 '---' r .t Hfwai- -f NV, , I ' ll VAKA K Drs. L. F. and Bernice Widmoyer Office-North Main Street FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT . ,..,. . .. , ,. M 2 mx Slabaugh SECRETARY-TREASURER ..... .... S arita Schrock PRESIDENT ,.,. ....,7 . .7 ,, . J z imes Tobias ln September seventy members of the Class of "54" entered Nappanee lligh School for their freshman year. We have studied hard fwe hope our teachers think sol to prepare ourselves for the futureg we have entered into the various activities of N.H.S.g we have also had our fun iso our citizenship grades have shownj. We are grateful to Mr. White and Mrs. Maust who served as our sponsors, and to Carolyn Kern and Sue Wright, who represented us on the Student Council. Nappanee Telephone Co. Save with a Telephone -46 - row Row-left to right Beatrice Adams Max Beery Jesse Berger Farrell Biller Samuel Cliupp Barbara Coppes Nancy Coppes low 9 Bonnie Corl Douglas Cripe Joyce Culp Carol DcFrees Ilonald Disher Marlene- Evans Janet Fisher Row B Helen Foltz Gvorgv Fox David Gall Joan Grimm Torry Hamsher Frank Hartman J-4-an Hartman Row 7 Lulabelle Hepler Terry Hostetler Shirley Km-for Patricia Keim Kay Kendall Carolyn Kern Lois Lemna Row 6 Siiirlcy Longlleld Loren Lusee Snirl-ey Losee Charles Lutes Mable Martin Carolyn Martz Verna. Mast Bow 5 Barbara McDonald Wyana McDow Carol Ann Miller Carol Esther Miller Kathryn Miller XVand2i. Miller Carl Morris Bow 4 Loraine-ll Newcomer Junior Phillips Lalilar Fletcher Carol Postma. Franklin Reed Richard Rt-nsberger Robert Rhod-es Row 3 Marvin Schmucker Sarita St-hrock Lois Sechrist Shirley Se-christ Sally Shively Max Slabuugh Royce Stump Row 2 James Tobias John Tobias Molly Jo Tobias Mary Ellen Troxel Jackie Ulery Charles VValters James XVarren Bottom Row Dixie Vvhitehead Susan NVright Robert Vkfyman Sandra Yarian Kenneth Yoder Edw. Lienlhart KL Sons, Wakai-usa, Indiana Complete Home Outfitters Eighth Grade Tow Row Pvggy Arch Jann-S Hartman Xvayno Brock Mary Jam- Buss Ks-nlyn Cztlbm-1-k Lowvll Dc-twilt-r Row 10 Jamvs Iflilors Virgil Fislu-r Mary Juno l"rt-ngcr Donald Fnrmwuld Bova-rly GL-urge MH.-Ix'in Gim,5vrit-lx Row 9 Lyltv Hall Howard Ht-plot' Daniol Hostvttcr Martha, Huff Mnrjunt- l-lt1l't'm:ln Doris Hunsbf-rgor Row 8 John Inglo Martha Inglo Sharon Jonson Johanna Jvrlvs Rvowl. .lvwt-ll Douglas Kahlor Row 7 Norman Marvvl .Izuwt Mnttu-rn Malindu, Must l+'r:tnvc-s 1Vlvth'iI'f Jon-1 Mvllingor Victor Millvr Row 6 lmurn Mull:-t Me-lvin Mullt-t Marvin, Mutsvhlor Sandra, Nottrour Paul Parks 1i4'hl'4'l'1l I':1rf'0ll Row 5 x'VZIlllF l'ft'ift'vI' Mary Ht-lon Pippon Lowt-ll l'ippmu,:t-1' Linda Plotvlwr Num-y Quiprloy .hum-S R01-d Row 4 Patrit-ist, Roth 'Fht-lmzt. Ross' Rotty Sf-vhrist 1"r:1,nc-os Sm-hrist Norma, Shot-ts Allcln Slahnuprh Row V3 Rrym- Slalmugh Arthur Snowdon Joe Stoudor Janif-0 Stiokol Jeanonm- Stout Richard Stout Bow 2 Donna. ,Suthvime-r Judith Swihart Clayton Truox Larry VVagner Mardolla XVagnor Esther XVeldy Bottom Row Alan XVilt James Xvoodhams Ray Yoder Nora. June Yoder Hatfield and Hostctter Clothiers Men's Wear-Boys' Wear -.43- :mp new-left -so right gj i Joan Andrews Ralph Arnott Doris Balsley I 1, Edwin Berger NVarren Brock James Brunso Robcrt Buss M- N '5 1 la lgggq g A Row 9 Marilyn Brycr James Clouse Patricia Cori VValter Corwin Dean Culp . Janet Culp Y l. 1 Q A Lavon Culp .pg V i. cl, gin l Row 8 - ' ' Russel Erwin Connie Fe-rvida JP:-ln Foltz Eddiv Foster ' Donald Ge-orare ll 12 45' X x ia Sherry Gillis 6, Alvin Gingwrich ' Row 7 Kathleen Hahn i Mary Elle-n Hall L Le-ota Haney ' ll X Qi QQQ QHQQ. 'gm lc ' ' Seventh Grade . . ,.. .. . ,. , ...Tr ,,, .5 1 i 1 v 1. - 'Q l , 'Y ' Q " - Fsssffk - if ' 'TQ-1 l r -' ' ll, .. ,. C 'vu S .. . of , I ul W K N l 5 ga Wi-, 4 ,. X ' ,-. " , V' . . . 4 , ! , fl' Q., V M, -,aah +ffw Jf A f P . ..f 'f"":f 5' 1 lf' X, '15 T ,Z Q, 5 J R ., . , s ... 1 5 , M l V ,, .V 'E--4' ll W , k lf, ll - f .1 I ,- . f ,K . ,Ll at CN' Q allot' iwvsz-5, ,. l rt' Q 6 if l if Q 4 5' Q l if 4 . ll s i f' " ' ' ' P+- ' iii.. -. .P , Q ' L 1 'f i 'L' C TL iligi rw'ofmM c xl, if 1 Eddie Hand i lil 4, 1 - .. ,l SS Arthur I-leer Russvil Hopior Vvilfrl-d Ht'FShllllFSIkll' Row 6 Frvdcrick Hockcrt l Abby Hossler Connie Hossle-r Roberta Jewell Mary Elle-n Jones Luanne Leer Phillip Lehman l :uf wt,-l K l up K . S ,. M l 2 1 at L J , -f , fi " xl li ,Q :ffm 5 1 - 5 Row 5 Sarah Lee Lopp Patricia Losee Marilyn Martz Marcia Mellinger Carol June Miller Edna Miller Eldon Miller Row 4 Marian Millcr Mary Ellen Miller Mary Lou Miller Alan Mitschelen Glen Mullet Daniel Nine Ruby Nisslcy l X4 of vjfmtgw , , ,mg X if i lla Row 3 George Reed Jerry Revd Donabell R-ensbergvr NVilfre-d Ronslle-rgcr Glen Slabaugh Ruth Slahaugh f Patricia Snider ggi? Q wmui h lg- ,MQ , -'f - .... ,ll :lg 3: ' . 2 J V J 5 , . V. , - 2, 1- Qgfg . - ig . -- -. tzxr' l ,, . ,.-sl xx V X , 5,:31 Zl,,l it ,, '-K ,.: 'L' K R ' ,ziflfmj 5 -ne, X 2 ii v V7 J i ..-ll agggsyy , , ' x ,yy ,- Jim- l lf I -Q . 8 . mf , I . ,l . , Y ' - J 'Ei 'Q-,. X iii' -. ' ' Row 2 Barbara Stahly John Stallly Sally Stoudcr Kenneth Stump Linda Stump Patricia Tobias Sharon Troxel Bottom Row Richard NValters James NVeldy L90 VVi1liams Betty Woodharns Richard Wright Raymond Yoder Kenneth Young l l W V Y, M ,.ll - J . 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"31. 'f f' W., 1' 3"-P' '.,.., - if i . L5 A Eggfwf ET sq? 3 . L. ' ' W? ' 1 X W will . , lvkmwii g f :itil .f ,Lf 2. pr 75.21335 5. 15? i?iffi? . - fiziwf 1 A 5 g if ' 1 f2f : g a i Q' - il' fl 2 . -- EP 4 . A . , ,ar ,1g.gQ?:',l 1 Tig',f 'S'-'f :Q4 X, Qi Q1 , , R , QQ, K nga' K -W-a.....' fu.. New -'3M.1gfwm-HN.,,w .4-5Z5,15.'1::...... I I Cb S' l K , -ff -V dl 2 ' V b ':'s, ' l t - -1 K S 1-X" I , ff In Time with Music Our music department is one of the best and we hope to continue to keep it that way. It is through hard work and able direction that our success has been made possible. The choir at left-bottom row- James Warren, Jane McGillen, Phyllis Roth, Carol Gillis, Carol Postma. Row 2-Jolene Klingaman, Nancy Sechrist, Rose Reprogle, Mary Slabaugh, Alice Slabaugh. Row 3- Mechtilde Greschl, Susan Wright, Betty Hochstetler, Marie Wilson, Lulabelle Hepler, Miss Ritter, director. Row 4-David Stouder, David Bowers, James Burt, David Hostetter, Barbara Sharp, Marla Mutschler. Top row- LaMar Reichert, Robert Jensen, Gene John- son, Forrest Dunnuck, Vance George. B Sz B Cafe A Good Place to Eat Senior I-'ff Side-left t0 right Row 3 I"mm-vs Sw-hrisl Bottow Bow Hury Ilm'kS1l'uil .':'r'xl5v" Murlz N,,,.nm, Shlwls Xlzirlvm- 41+-urpgv E:::1:flS:::iltlIl'ii.ll'wr XY:ll1lI:L AIIIIVI' ':"ix'HlIlGrin"Tx V, t h ifruml ',:Xl,l,,l. MHIM. .'um l.xul HIIIHSU l,:l1"-Hum' l:"'hmUmI Klurllylx XX":i,lli-rs tar' 'f""kf-'WH' fufl!'llFll l.i---al Mlllzjjnmk HHH-m:m Mary SI:1h:iugI1 Mari-in Nlulsi-lil'-1' Klux IMUVX lv,-,id Vyill llwirv-l'l illlmln-S Juan Knvpp BOW 2 .Innii-s Wailw'--li lmxlm S1"Ud"f lr.-llzu l'li:iiun:in 'i"i""l3 '3"'1l't4" Row 5 I!:irlv:ir:i Sharp .Ii-lwriv lflillglllllflll Imnzn flrrny .ll-rry I,-fnlz I':ilrim-i:L linlh li:urli:ul':n 1'wpii1-s ROW 4 Alflfiiyll l'ippvngvr Marilyn l'ii+-ml Nflll"5 4"'l1lH'S lin-ily 4'm-win .lu .Kim Shin-ly .Xlcnn Will 4g...,,-E.. FUN lmiinn. 'I'1-i-ti-r .Izumi-s Wmi4lli:ili1s XIUII5 ll., '1',,1,if,g .Xrli-nw XY+'Ity Ii.-nlyii t':illn-wk 4'1ir.,l lmginm lla-m'kuim1ii's Iwi f'i'fezun N1-uhausvr Hatchcrivs Nulrpzuwi- Hairy 52- "Good Luck" Chicks Bcmcl Right Side-left to right l'atri1-ia Hz-nh-y lf'rin-da NValte-rs ROW 1 Ju.Xnn l"arring'llm Linda l'lvl4-ln-1' Luis S'Ul'lll'lSl Carol ,Xml Milla-1' ROW 3 llarlmara. Le-Count Sarila Sm-lmrovk Mary llvll-n l'ippl-n Susan XX'1'ip.:lxl XX'yana, All-lmw lfawn Ke-esla,-1' Row 4 NVQ-slvy llanse-n Max Slal1aup:l1 liar-wly lJvl4'm-nfs Mark Hammvl la-wis lXlllSt'lll'll'Il l'alrivizL lil-im llnlwrl, xvylllilll Y 1 t XValtl-1' lla-l'sl1lvl-11:1-1' Nance Lmorgo Murip XVHSUH Row 2 lCll'll2ll'd Ulin-v Ridmrd Mishlm, Kall11'5'u Milla-r Jauues Mitlcrling Phyllis llnlh l'aul Flowers Row 5 Jam- Iamurla-rmilk Kay Km-mlall Tlkrry Humshm, livvvrly llalstun l'al1'in-ia llutm-S .lavk Uh-ry Susan Martin President-RICHARD MISHLER Vice President-RICHARD ULINE Secretary-DELLA CHAPMAN Clothing, Hardware, and Appliances O. N. Lentz, D D S Shively Department Store - 53 - 154 V2 East Market Street T' 4 , .fn If -s.....f" ' ,........f,,,N eg L 5455 xnxx a A' S S l-.Af'Il ln Tune with Sports Sports are a type of entertainment that almost everyone enioys. We go to games of all kinds, cheering and encouraging our team on to victory. lt is with great pleasure we look back on a most successful year in all fields of sports. Nappanee Milling Co., Inc. Nappanee Cold Storage Quality Flour and Feeds -55 - Frozen Foods and Meats J Varsity Basketball Seated-Left to Right: ,IM-nnls 15l'lllll1HllILL'1l, XX'ilfl'ml Amslin, llldwzircl Iliilvrs. llivhnrd lllin Ilhlwin Kwrn. Standing-Vasu-li, Mr, Uslmrm-, livilh l1ll'f'll1'll. Furl lbw-kzimzin, .lt'l'l'X 1.1-nlz, 1l:nll11 l'mluiup,li luiimsl lbumiuwk lnlm liuliinwun l1l2l11'l2.1'f'1' Name Ht. Wt. Age Grade Total Points Forrest Dunnuck ..,..,,,.. 5' l0V2" 160 18 Sr. 362 Richard Uline ..,... ....., 6 ' 3" 170 17 Sr. 131 Edward Eilers ,,,,....,,,... 6' 4" 180 17 Sr. 147 Carl Heckaman .,,.,....... 5' 10" 157 17 Sr. 199 Dennis Brumbaugh ,..... 5' 10" 157 17 Sr. 188 Jerry Lentz ..,....,.......... 6' 172 18 Sr. 82 Keith McCuen .,,,. 5' 9" 150 16 Soph. 68 Wilfred Anglin .... ...... 6 ' 1" 190 18 Sr. 41 Ralph Umbaugh ...A,.,,.. 5' 9" 150 17 Sr. 24 Edwin Kern .,,,,,.,, ...... 5 ' 10" 150 16 Jr. 20 PICTURE AT RIGHT-Left to Right: f1'4'l21f'11 Uslmrm-, Vzirl ll i-1' kaunzm. lhlnnis llrum lv:iup.fli, .Ie-rry lwnlz, 1'IilXYZlI'I1 ldilvrs, Rivhzarcl Illini-, 1'1Ul'l' I llunnu 1 Svclirist and Son M. Wolfbc1'g6'z Son, 1V2l1i2llNUd. Indiana Plumbing zinrl Hz-ating -56- Good Clothes for Every Member of the Flmlly .ss L. . wg LA. . , WAW5.m:.M. N K Nmfsfwx-.aw avia- X- wx ' rMw4f..ws-I Q I H :iy,, 7f M5 Q: 4, ' - ,M K ' -:iw K ff ff - ffm. ,QQ-sf - I Second Team Seated-el.l1rifly Wwllmrn. t'llfl4'1lQ Iioln-rl I,uti-s, llnnzxld AI,uI4-mlm, l'n.ul lflmvvrs, XVilli:nm Standing--.lumifs Milli-rling, lli--1111111 Wvllrorn, lloln-rl .li-neun, Gm-m'gv S111-vis, Fri-d XVi1l. Nappanee 28 Nappanee 33 Nappanee 36 Nappanee 37 Nappanee 24 Nappanee 34 Nappanee 40 Nappanee 28 Nappanee 41 Nappanee 21 Nappanee 31 Nappanee 43 Nappanee 41 Nappanee 41 Nappanee 43 Kendallville Wakarusa Warsaw Goshen Concord Columbia City Washington Clay Madison Twp. Bremen Milford Jimtown Plymouth Elkhart Bolurbon New Paris Stillson's Mc-n's and Boys' Wear Spa rti ng Goods Schedule Nappanee 55 Nappanee 43 Nappanee 34 Holida Nappanee 50 Nappanee 30 Total 733 Average 36.7 WON 14 Y Bremen 25 Wakarusa 22 Culver 36 Tourney Bremen 21 Madison 32 Total 582 Average 29.1 LOST 6 NV1'ight Funeral Home Ambulance Service FORREST DUNNUCK RICHARD ULINE EDWARD EILERS CARL HECKAMAN DEIRINIS BRUMBAUGH JERRY LENTZ WILFRED ANGLIN RALPH UMBAUGH KEITH McCU EN Nappanee Bulldog Players "Ike," a valuable man on the team this year, not only helped Nappanee to a great season, but set many records for himself and the school. He is believed to have Nappanee's all time high scoring mark in a season, is tied for the most points scored in one sectional tolurnament I65l, having scored 33 points in the game against Goshen. An invaluable guard will be lost by graduation. "Rich," a tall forward for the Bulldogs, picked up steam in the latter part of the season to help carry Nappanee to a seven game winning streak and a semi-final berth in the sectional. A good rebounder, his one handed shooting made him dangerous. He was lost to the team for about five games because of sickness. Rich is a senior. The tallest boy on the squad, standing at 6' 4", "Big Ed" grabbed many rebounds and chalked up points with his tip-ins. Ed was a center on the team and did a great iob. He will be lost to team through graduation. Carl, with his spirit and aggressiveness, helped Nappanee to a victorious season and a holiday tourney championship. "Cardy," an all over the floor man, was a forward most of the time. He stacked up many points for the Bulldogs. He is a senior. A good set shot from far oiut on the floor helped "Bud" to roll up points when they were badly needed in close games. Bud's accuracy in hitting these shots helped Nappanee to her great season. He was a guard, and will be lost to the team by graduation. A valuable reserve, and often a starter, Jerry's fight and determination to win gave Nappanee many victories. He was a stocky rebounder and a good shot. Jerry always did his best in every game in which he competed. He was a forward and will be lost to the team by graduation. His ability as a good rebounder and quick shot artist helped "Willie" show what he could really do. He sparkled his most about mid season and from then on was regarded as a valuable player. He was a forward and will be lost by graduation. As' a reserve guard Ralph could hit many shots from out around the folul circle, and he did iust that in most of the games he played. His accuracy helped the team to roll up some of their very high scores. He is a senior, and will be lost by graduation. A valuable reserve forward, Keith saw much action during the season. His shooting and rebounding enabled the team to win many of the games. Keith will be counted on for more basketball in the next two years, since he is only a sophom'ore. . EDWIN KERN His reputation as a good "long shot shooter" made "Ed" a top reserve among the team. His drive and ball handling could be counted on in every game he played. He will be back for another season, as he is a iunior. May's Cities Service Station Stuckman'S Shoe Store Operated by Claude Gall - 59- Rx Prescriptions Football Football was inaugurated at Nappanee this year and more than thirty boys reported to make up the squad. The first game of the year was with the Elkhart "B" team and it was at that time that the Memorial Field was dedicated. A capacity crowd attended that gameg attendance at all games indicated enthusiasm for our new sport. The Naps could not get on the winning side this year but in most of the games they gave the opponents stiff competition. Much credit must be given to the coaches and the boys who composed the team. We are looking forward to the next season of football which should, in a very short time, become one of the most popular sports of Nappanee High School. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE FOR l950 Nappanee .... 0 Elkhart "B" ..,.. ....,.13 Nappanee .... 7 Columbia City ......25 Nappanee .... ..... I 4 Knox ,,.......,.,.., ..., 2 6 Nappanee ,... 6 North Judson ......3l NGPPUHGG .... ..... 6 Rochester ...................... ...... 7 Nappanee .... ..... 2 O Fort Wayne Concordia .... ..... 2 5 Nappanee .... 7 Knox ....,...............,....,.... ..... , 54 BOTTOM ROW-Left to Rigllfl llllmlk' kYl'llNtl'll, f-mu-li: 121-cliin-5' lAtlILl4'I'lllllli. lizivitl XYzill1-rs. li"l""" -l""S"N- lll"lHll'li 'i"SSllU4"-ix .li-rry lmnlz Isliniuvl Uslmriiig :issislum 1-mivli. Second Row: .lolin liuluiiisoii, .li-asv l!-4-i',L:vi', liiwlifirqi kkil'lll1ll'lT, Kr-iiiivlli Milli-i'lii1p,:'. lhlxid llusli-Ill'i', Williuiii Slrziiial. XX'ilIi:im Sllllllllflll. Third ROW: liiiiiwll Slllllllllllll, James liurl, l':ii'l Ilmwluiiiiw-ii. I-'lm-il XYill, lloln-rl th-swim.:--i'. K1-illi Alm'u1-n. llzivid l!11wvi'S. Fourth Row: .ls-Vzilil lfiw--tl. Phillip XVl'ig'l1l. lliilwrl Lutws, .lv-lin ltruiiswv. ,limit-s lifts--. l':iul l"lnw1-rs. llwliiiis lil'lllllltilll5.1'll. l'illl'I't'f4l llunnuf-li, Top Row: XX':ilIe-1' XX'illi:iliis. XYw'sl1-5' llniism-ii. Ili:-liniwl lliiim-. l'I4lxx':ii'1l ltliln-Vs. 1l2llllt'S l4'I-w-l- xxx,-nl. .luiiiur lfiillz-iq lil-ii. .lolmsoii, llzilw'-1-5' In-I-'iw-vs. l1:in:i firuy. ,,,,-,-.www unassuming- .Iosoph W. Kinrlig Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Goshen, Indiana Attorney at Law - 60- lirink Coca-Cola in bottles Football Backfield, Captain, and Line 'Upper left hand p1ctu.re!G1-ne Johnson, .Terry Lentz, Junior Fuller, Dana Gray, Robert Gessingor, Edward Eilers, Richard Uline. Upper right hand picture-Jerry Lentz. Bottom picture-Carl Heckaman, Forrest Dunnuck, Keith McCuen, Dennis Brumbaugh. Srutzman Watch Shop Nappanee Greenhouse Fine Watches and Jewelry - 61 - " Say It With Flowers" Track Track is steadily becoming a more popular sport in our school. Rigorous train- ing makes it possible for each team member to excell individually in one or more events. TOP ROW - Left to Bight: Robert Ge-ssinger, Junior Fuller. Vvesley Hansen, David Hnsu-tif-r, John Robinson, Nvilfred Blessing, 'William Stutzman, Nvilfred Rensberger. MIDDLE ROW - Left to Bight: Ronald Miller, Donald Malcolm, Richard Rensberger, th-urge Fox, Iii:-hard Hr-pler, James Rose, Phillip W'right, Lundy NVelborn, coach. BOTTOM ROW - Left to Right: George Sheets, Fred NVilt, Harvey Delfrees, Martel Ji-nnings, liernell Slllblillgh. TRACK SCHEDULE March 30 ...... ..... P lymoouth .... April 3 ...... ..... W arsaw ...... April 5 ...,,. .,,,, M iddlebury .... April I0 ...... Goshen ........... April 16 ....... ..... C olumbia City April 2'l .... ,,,, G oshen Relay April 24 .... ,,,, L akeville ................,...... May 4 .... South Side, Fort Wayne May 1 l-12 ..... ..... S ectional ...........,........... May 19 ..........,................ Regional ..... Klines Dept. Store, Goshen, Indiana Where Better Merchandise Is Courteously Sold - 62 - There There Goshen There There There There There Elkhart Kokomo Wm. F. Neher and Son Real Estate and Insurance Cross Country The cross country team was lust organized in the tally therefore there has been very little opportunity to arrange meets with other teams. KNEELING-Left to Right: Xvilfred Blessing, George Sheets, Dale Shiv-ely, Mr. Best, h coac . STANDING-Left to Right: Eldon Disher, Ralph Umbaugh, James XVarren. Ronald Miller, George FOX. The team is composed mostly of under-classmen and we are hoping that they will have a successful season next year. Reprogle's Service Station u City. Electric Co., Contracting Marathon Gas and Oils - 63 - Hotpoint Appliances, Radios, and Records Cheerleaders ln spite of Nappanee's losing football season, we were fortunate in having Patricia Richmond, Jo Ann Farrington, Glen Stump, and Niles Hunsberger as our cheerleaders. Their undying spirit kept up the enthusiasm of the faithful followers of the Biulldogs even if the sport was fairly new to them. Left to Right: Patricia Richmond, Glen Stump, Greta Bigler, Niles Hunsberger, JoAnn lfhrriiigtmi. Greta Bigler, Glen Stump, and Niles Hunsberger served as our basketball cheerleaders. One of their duties was to be in charge of the numerous pep sessions held throughout the season, and, of course, they did a splendid iob in leading the cheering fans during our games and in spiriting the team on to victory. Ruckman-Callander R6ed'S Kaiser Fra ' sler Insurance Agency -64- N0l'bh End Garage E. Newcomer and Son The Store of Fine Jewelry Action! What are they doing? Just warming iup for on game. I wonder what they are soy- ing? Probably cooking up some clever play for the next quarter. Watch them, lkel Don't let those Comets steal that ball. Please, Schlundt, don't make that basket. Rensberger Standard Service Tires, Batteries, Accessories Nurse ond Bookstore Yes, it's Annie Woodhams, the school nurse. In her sparkling office, situated in the grade building, you can find any number of antiseptics and first aid equipment. No matter what the ailment, Annie's cheery manner and bright smile, coupled with her friendly advice, are a healing influence. In the above picture she is shown checking a grade pupil's ears. Annie Wloodhams, Brent Nettrour "A pack of notebook paper, please." That is a familiar phrase heard at the bookstore. The store is open from 8:00 to 8:20 o'clock in the morning and 12:35 to 12:45 at noon. Mr. Holaway manages the store with the assistance -of Mary Rockstroh and Jane Strauss. Profits from the store ave put into a general school fund from which books are bought for rental by the students. Robert Wyman, Mary Rockstroh, Jane Strauss, Kay Kendall. Miller Lumber and Coal Co, Ray Hively For Good Coal, Phone 137 -66- Plumbing and Heating Services Custodicms and Cafeteria The three men you see in the picture below are the first to arrive in the morning and the last to leave at night. They have done a splendid job in keeping the school neat and clean from day to day. Hmm, smell that food! Yes, it's coming from the cafeteria where excellent meals are prepared for the students each noon. The cooks have worked hard and are to be commended for their line work. I-eft to Right -- Donald Swihzlrt, Noble Flowers, Morris Pippengcr. Left to Right-Mrs. Hummel, Mrs. Farri 'tm Mrs. Hzmshi-r, Mrs. nf,4 , s L Geyer. pn--- 1 C- VV- J0hnS011 and S011 Corl Brothers Barber Shop Try Our Soda Fountain 667- Quick Service Senior Week Junior-Senior Banquet HOTEL ELKHART, ELKHART, INDIANA Friday Night, May 18, 1951, at 7:00 o'clock Welcome ........ ...... J ames Rose, Toastmaster Response ,,,.,,, ,,,.,. L aMar Reichert Music Prophecy .................. ....... R obert Metzler Alias Betty Hutton ...... ..,.... B etty Witham Reading ....... ........... ..... D a vid Stouder Will ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, ....... G lenn Stump Bubbles Concerto ..... ....... E . G. Plasterer Senior Class Night COMMUNITY BUTLDING AUDITORIUM Tuesday Night, May 22, 1951, at 8:00 o'clock Opening Remarks ...................... William Kendall Superintendent of Schools "Thoughts of Love" ...................... Trombone Solo Richard Mishler "At the Hairdresser's" ............................ Reading Rodney Loudermilk Herf-Jones Awards .... James Weddle, Principal American Legion Citizenship Awards ..Glen Field Agriculture Awards .................. Johnson Douglas State Bank Agriculture Award ...... George Rose Hi-Y Awards ................................ Lawrence White Merit Awards and Honorable Mention Class Prophecy ............................ Nancy Sechrist "Younger than Springtime" Barbara Sharp, Oma Eppley, Carol Gillis, Phyllis Detwiler, Betty Sharp, Norma Jean Ingle, Thelma Miller, Nancy Sechrist, Vance George, LaMar Reichert, Gene Johnson, Jerry Lentz, Forrest Dunnuck, Royce Yoder "After Graduation Day" .......... Senior Ensemble Reichert Auto Service , u Motor Tune Up, Battery and Lubrication Baccalaureate FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday Afternoon, May 20, 1951, at 3:00 o'clock Organ Prelude-"In Quiet Meditation", Sergisson Mr. Fred Rice, Organist Processional-"Pomp and Circumstancen ..Elgar Class of 1951, Mr. Rice, Organist Invocation ............ The Reverend Paul Schmeidel Pastor St. John's Lutheran Church Hymn-"Are Ye Able" ............ The Congregation Scripture Reading-"Ecclesiastes" 12 ........ The Reverend Clarence A. McGillen, Pastor, Church of God Prayer ...... The Reverend C. H. Templin, Pastor, Church of the Nazarene "Send Forth Thy Spirit" ........................ Schuetky High School Robed Choir, Miss Ritter, Director Address-"He Did It" .......... The Reverend Don Jennings, Pastor First Methodist Church "0 God Our Help in Ages Past" ................ Croft High School Robed Choir Benediction .... The Reverend E. E. Braag, Pastor First Evangelical United Brethren Church Recessional-"War March of the Priests" ........ Mendelssohn, Class of 1951, Mr. Rice, Organist Organ Postlude-"March Romaine" ........ Gounod Mr. Fred Rice, Organist Commencement COMMUNITY BUILDING AUDITORIUM Thursday Evening, May 24, 1951, at 8:15 o'clock Processional-"Pomp and Circumstance" .. Elgar Class of 1951, High School Band Lewis G. Habegger, Conductor Invocation ................ The Reverend J. W. Hoover Chairman of Ministerial Association "Themes from Symphony Number Six" - Tschaikowsky ,................. High School Band Salutatory Address ..... Q. .................. H erbert Cripe Address ................ .. ................., Clarence Dammon Director of Admissions, Purdue University Valediotory Address ..,................. Harvey DeFrees "In a Persian Market" ......................... Ketelby . High School Band Presentation of Diplomas ........ Mr. Virgil Anglin Member, Boandbof School ,Trustees Benediction ............ The Reverend Roland Moser Pastor, First Mennonite Church Recessional-"Recessional" ...,................ Rousseau The Graduates, High School Band Home of Clean Bowling Walters Bowling Alley, Inc. To the sponsors whose names appear at the bottoms of the pages of this volume of the "Napanet" the class of 1951 wishes to express its deep appreciation. Without your patronage as advertisers the publication of our yearbook would be impossible. S' ' G ll C. E. Kauffman Sons, Goshen, Indiana mmon s, os en Young Men's Clothing - 69- John Deere Farm Equlpment Vitreous Steel Corp. Cox Lumber Co. Mary Arnott Justin Bammel Carlyle Buss Loleta Coppes William Coppes Martha Corl Leon Farmwald William Farrington Phyllis Galbreath Daniel Gamble Donald Gardner Kenneth George Gene Gwin Laurine Haines Pegge Hare Carole Heckaman James Heckaman Roland Heckaman George Hochstettler Carroll Holaway Patricia Hollar William Hood Nelson Martin Patricia Martin Betty May Mariette Mellinger Deloris McCuen George McGillen Margie Middaugh Fern Mikel Barbara Moneyheffer Stanley Naylor James Pittman Jack Reed Patricia Reed Fred Rice Donald Riley Joan Shaum Arlene Schwartz Rosamae Sheets Eugene Slabaugh Eugene Smith Roy Snyder Betty Tanis Nannette Troxel William Tyndall Max Weaver Pegge Williams Alumni of I95O Mrs. Levi Tobias Linotype operator Farming Mrs. Dean Campbell U. S. Navy Whitehall Pharmical Comfo-Sleep Walco Coach Co. Mrs. James Metzler U. S. Army Vitreous Steel Corp. Chicago Telephone Mutschler Bros. Co. Schultz Bros. Chicago Telephone Mrs. Frank Hoffer Mutschler Bros. Co. Nappanee, Indiana Marion, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Elkhart, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Dodge Manufacturing Goshen College Telephone Office B 8. O Railroad George Moyer Coppes Inc. At Home Dr. Slabaugh's Office Mrs. Jack Slagle Coppes Inc. Mishawaka, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Wakarusa, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Mrs. Harold Berger Mrs. Lloyd Truex Bluffton College Farming Goshen College Coppes Inc. Goshen College Kroger Co. Ball State Teachers College Indiana University Ball State Teachers College U. S. Air Force Valparaiso University Vitreous Steel Corp. Ball State Teachers' College Nappanee State Bank Ball State Teachers College Goshen College Mrs. Donald Scott Mishawaka, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Bluffton, Ohio Bremen, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Muncie, Indiana Bloomington, Indiana Muncie, Indiana Valparaiso, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Muncie, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Muncie, Indiana Goshen, Indiana Nappanee, Indiana Ann Wright Ball State Teachers College Muncie, Indiana Helen Wyman Mrs. Lyle Yoder Goshen, Indiana Glen Geyer's Garage Montgomery Ward General Auto Repair - 70 - Goshen, Indlana. Administration Alumni ........ Band ....... Basketball ...... ...... Bookstore .... Cafeteria .... Calendar .... Cheerleaders .... Choir .......... Classes ............ ..,... Class Prophecy Custodrans ........ D'Bulldog Staff ....... Debate .............. Eighth Grade .... Faculty ....... Football ...... Freshmen ..... Index 30-31 Future Farmers ..... 69 Future Homemakers ...... 52-53 G. A. A. .... . 56-59 Hi-Y ..... 66 Juniors .......,... 67 Junior Y-Teens ..... 22-27 Librarians ...... 64 Napanet Staff .............. 50 National Honor Society 6-11 Nurse 70 Seniors .............. 67 Senior Week ....... 15 Senior Who's Who ..... 21 Senior Y-Teens ..... 48 Seventh Grade ........ 32-33 Sophomores ...... 60-61 Student Co'uncil ...... 46-47 Track ...... -71- . 19 . 19 . 20 . 16 42-43 . 20 . 21 . 14 . 18 . 66 35-41 . 68 . 34 . 17 . 49 44-45 . 18 62-63 Chas. A. Drake Elkhart, Indiana Y A 1 .-yr X, -gig "F J., i' iii:- A a X 1 T V ' + sv- 'Y x.-H --r .,. -v 1 A 'A R 1 f' 12 . Ai. x -xg-nw .1 . ,- fvsgj-1, .qigilf '. 1 Q 4' M ."" L' N av. 1 -Q I ' " Y , S 1 . ..'.. . ','z.i 'fi . .,.i.Lif -1 v 1 rp, , x '11 4'- . X u, ,,- 1 4 L 1 ug X I , ' mf' 1 wa" ' ' ' mf. ,1 , X .3--. , ,Ax N A-. ,. -1" 1x,'v,a' , ... , - ,..-,.-' 'lg ' LH" H"-ef':a -. y ff li,.+f "uw Ji. ' .Jn - ,f f . t N : . 1. ig . 'W ' 115. p , . T-.ff 'g-.f -,7:,,f.j ..V."f55 4 ' "'?y-"4:7qA','- ', ' . 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