Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1955

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I.. lxeep pumping, Ronnie. By proclucing a vacuum in ilu: lmcll inr, lllese pllysirs sluclvnls are experilnenling will: air pressure. quvcrumcut lnflucling siclcligllls ol' lnumnn inlcrcsl unfl llislory. lxlr. Vvellmorn mantle lllv tire- some proceclures ol gfovernmf-nl easier lo rome-mlJer. His rieep sense ol pulriolism cnusecl llxese slucienls lo renlizc willm priclv the responsilmililies llley musl lwnr as gfoocl cilizcns. 'iilill l'UlI'I Illllilllllil Il'I'l1'h. i,illfl4 lrl Ielilil, Nllflllnl Slum-ls, l.incln l,il'l4'lII'I'. loam Ne-xuulm-r, ixlzurllm l lull, Fleury ,lmw lrvnger. Sf-'Cflllll row: Hnmlfl llnrlnmn. Slzmlvy lilnim-, l,uw1-ll ljippvngvr, ,llwl lxlf'Illl1g4'l'. Front row: Ellen Callancler, Dinnn lluwlvy- lirumvs Svcllrisl, wpancn- luunulmur ll Plalullauluring Co,-Nnrsl-ry liurnilunr qenmetry Janet Ktingmmnn nnct Rosenmry txtitter are proving to the Class that two triangles are similar. hut no one seems to he watching. VVhut's so interesting out in the hntt? tn spite of the inattention. some tulure urchitert muy he in this Class tearning tunctmnentnt geometric tigures. speech "Aunt-uh . . when I ruisemt rhictu-ns . . uh... Barh nnct the rest ot Mrs. Mite-s's pupils grmtlmtty overcame these unrt-ahs mutt other poor speerh huhits us they prartived in the classroom. After appearing! hetore Ctutas and at schoot events they were ntxte to meet aunt converse with peopte with greater sett-vornticteme prepares us fur future life. Stumting: .tunvt Kltlluiillliill, Rusenmry tvtittcr. Seated: .tam futp, Thomas Conrad. .tuctith Rose, flare: Rm- Xvutlers, Puut Botinger. .tnmes Ctouse. tjntririn Sniiter, ttairtmrn Stnhty. .tannet htrtjutt. Nnppanec Lumber 6 htanutacturing Co.-Nursery Furniture U As Don cieveiops his theme hc coiiects information on his suhject through iihrary research. Having guthereri uit her m-cessury ma- leriai, .ialiice compiles it into an organizeci uutiinc. Aitc-r pm-ri.:-vtiiig the rough utirst ctraitf' the stiuivnts hanci in their themes to ixirs. hiiies. Xvhewi Xvhat u reiieiii IU tuilinq thrnuqh themes .. english iv Because this fourth year course was eiective, ixirs. ixiiies gave these students speciai attention. Reaiizing that most oi them were preparing for coiiege she gave them a compiele review of Engiish mechanics and stresseci the things she icnew they wouici neeci. Especiaiiy concentrating on the iong writing assignments they Wouici receive, she hact them writing themes anci compositions constantly. hielzh-r Shoe fion:paiiy-Fiorsiivirn Shoes for Meri, itiiiier Health Shoes for Xvomen Trump Cleaners anti Dycrs-Qualify Cleaning prassinn in artwarli and arl K'illlll0l vrvnlin plmse f'lilSS 0 Sluruling: .lamcs Reed, Douglas Kalmler. Social: lxlurcizi lx1lllSl'lllCl', Beverly George, .lanice Slirlu-l, Donna Sulln-imcr Slumling: Kcnlyn Cnllwcli. lanquaqa llow LfI'll1'S0llN'l rllllill PXP raxlflnng wnrning ol .lim s Ollfflll lo lllillif' any clrivvr an mor: rs onv. llu-sv se-niors am Q c-llfwlivv poslvrs. om ol tlw nrl worli llml llns ilk-rs. spanish lvnis cs un juego popular en lxlcxicof' As Knvy rcacls lliis Spanish lesson, slw reveals to llie class llmt tennis is n popular sport in lvlexiro. Tllese sluclvnls nol only lenrnecl the language ol llwir Soutlm American neigl1lJors lmul, as llwy lranslalerl earli lesson, lllr-y also lwrmne lumiliar willm many ol lllvir vvvrycluy lmlmils ancl paslimes. lxlnsl Sul:-s unfl Svrvico-Ulivvr llurm lfquipnwnl lvlrfliu-n f,lrou-ry'-Good Fowl al floorl Prices ll in the II cle nf nur schnnl ear THE FRESHNEN FOLLIES were the highlight of the Halloween Festival. Their popularity cluring the entire school year was ctemonstrntect hy the numerous requests lor 'repeat performances.. This scene shows Jim Hamsher, .lim Fields, Larry Cripe, and Gene Heclcaman in a uDarlc Town Poker Game." The IO34-55 stuctent activities at N.H.S. altteninect the pearl: ol success through Class projects . . . contest awards . . . triumphant sports victories . . . concerts . . . and many entertaining, yet educational trips. The yenr's events neurect their crest with ilu- time-consuming senior play practices and junior-senior reception plans, and reached their climax with SENIOR A is AP? , N , - ,, 5 " it ef f 1 , A ' YQ hbuengocs. A . G 5 'I . : I M Ji-ik ' if H, Y , ltgi ' ' "sf.' I 'ls ll 2 r F .ww X we X I 2, 2 4 Q 4 if VP calendar Slil"l'EMl5liR 3--Al lnsl Mluml lwgins ngjuinll llllin- lmniliur ilols mul rlonlls am- luinl uul in u wi-fi..I ns- Svlllllly. l"irsI lllllilllilll gillllK"l NKIITIHIIIUI' llllll Knox-wf' winl U1-Ning ull! ln an guml shnrl, lmvxl 0-llulrli 1-kills lirsl iuurnnlisni nn-1-lingl I0-illln' :lugs-r lrvnvvr sm-niurs .irv uul lu gjvl SUIIIP lll0llQ'y1'VllilI-lly SHIPS lN'glll libllily, lllilllllilll gmm' loniglul will: llillllllllllil llily. Azmllwr virloryl ll--lflvrlion ul rlass ollirvrsl I6-Clwvrlmule-rs lmfl ilu- lirsl rousing lJi'll':4l'S' sionl XVC funn-l Xvv szml Xxlz- umqm-rf-4ll Nxlursuw Ii-Nappzum-v I4, 20-lsoullmll pirlurf-s nn- lsxlu-n lmlny. 22-Sr. Y-'lim-ns lmvv wivnvr must nl flrs. lxlile-sie rullaigv. ,luniors gn uvn-r llu- S5000 nunrli lu lu-nl Ilw rlnss ul 4.55" on llif- llliigklLllll' mln-4. 2,1-l'lull-rrlnsslllvn pirlurc-s nn- lnlwn. 50-Hsrnilc-, fivnrgvlu Svniurx pcm- lor piclllrs-N. OCTUISFR l-lxlurriu lxlulscliln-r is sc'lf'c'l1-cl lllnv nncl Xvlvilm' 172111-Q-Ill llullflugs ml:-llvnl Rmlu-slvr. H-lxligjlrly llhullllugs lmw In Aulnlrnl lllullxlugw in lirsl 1l1-'lr-nl nl sz-nsonl lil'-'lllylllillllll is sulrlvcl In our lixt ul xixlurin-gl 'lies-n 'lluwn soflc lump ulllc-r gfulllv. 20-llvullclngs luring In n flow as mnsl :lun-wlill I-mrlmll svnsnn willx T vin- nnnl I lusx ln' slup ping li:-Ilclallvillvl 20-Buskl-almll prm'li1 1- slurlsl Alnnml l lulf luwec-n li-slivnl is slug:-fl, ll-N-Sli-nts wivnvr runs! is an luig mmm-ex 22'-'ll-t'4'Il 'llown luis lmyrinlcl NOVEMBER I2--lr. lligli Clin-s-rl:-sul:-r lryoulxl .lr. xl-lllt'Q'Il purly. 3--Sliirlvy ljunvun In-lls ul l,if-y.I.- Irip llnmuglu Europa-l '3-Group pirlurvs nrv lnlu-n lor Nupum-Ill 8-ljrvsllnmn rluss sluiling lmrlvl I0-Sa-niurs plain lrip. I5-.lr. Rui Cross ljrivo slnrls. I0-Bullmlugs ugnin use virlury lllllis linuv lor lmslivllvull. N2llYl72llll'4' Ol. XxliIlUll'llSii 28. 25'--l:.ll,A. lniliukionl 24-'lilunnlisgiving prngrmn in nswmlvly. l'irst Volumn of pivlnrvs, from lop In lmflmn: liluil man nml Que-1-n lxlnrria lxlulsnliln-r sn-rvv re-lr.-:lv vnls nl ilu' Blur- unml Xvliih- Dumv: llwlly Xvuml- 4 ns rvn-ivvs llie- lin-sl lxlngnzim- Nil:-snmn lxwdnl n lxlr. llnshnn: Rmmms lla-My Xxliillllllilllls nnsl frlw Slnllly Qllilfll l.ow4-'ll l,ipp4-ngfvr in ilu- fllirixl- lne play: ilu- llolimlny 'lluurne-y lu-Qins: Knllilw-n 4 in mul Rirli Xvriglll 1-njuy rm-lrvslnnvnls all Iln' 5n0w Ball. Sncorul wolumn of pidnrvs: llunnie- l"o-rvicln, Rosw- y Nlillx-r, anncl Nurnuu Slim-ls uri- ull:-mlnnls ol f-en ylnrrin: .lm-k Arnull, ,lm-rry R.-1-fl, nnil Russn-ll xin play QIIIIICS nl lln- juniors' Kimlls llnrlv: .lum-l wlrull. Ri--I. Vvriglll, Russe-ll llvple-r, Sunil: lma- m wp, Eclmliv linslvr, unrl llliil l.1-linmn am' kills, lun: lrla l,l1'll'llt'I', Donnie: Sllllll'llIl!'f, Nurnm Slll'l'lh, nml mnlyn Callwfk gnrgjv all lln- Y-'lim-:ls flllrislnma y iquvl: Gary flulp, lxluniu lxllllSllIll'l', mul llulili lxpvn I..-Ip flfwornlx: lln- assi-nllvly llor llllriwllllzwi ncing ul lln- Snow llull un- Flursiu unml llllil, Llie mul lla-Q, AI unxl llhl. I-1 1954-1955 I JI-QC'liNII5l-IR 5-5ln1lvnl lnnnlil xl.nlN uw-lxlx lnrlwi lllNlH'l linnl T'-N.upp.nn-v xx, llnncnul. 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Nun ws-ro I ' ' re-urly lor lin- seriiunulii 25'-Big pep-se-ssiun :nl Cmnnnlnily l'nrii4lingl Eve-ryinuly joins lin' vzirmnll lo lin- Nnrlil Sill.- Cyln wllrrv Iliff ixliglniy lillllclngfs 4-rlgv lfliiliurl 48--47. 26-Nnps surpuss ixliclillm-imry in nllvrnnnn, XX"HliHfllSkl in l'V1'Ilillgf, lu in-mnllw nn-w Sl'lili0llill fimnlps. MARCH ll-Seniors measure-cl lur Cups uncl fiuwnsi I6-Senior Class Play iry nulsi I0-fivlum-y is aclrle-rl I0 sr-nior lf'l'ilSlII'j' ily linki- sale! 22--Srllool llislnissnxl 4-urly luv-ruuse nl limi weallwri lioornlmi 23-Nnps' lirsi incloor lmric nn-vt in-ici ut Cnivz-r. Niury .lane ijrr-ngvr nmnul -'l'l0Illt'lllillil'I' nl 'l'nnmrrow," 25-UNH lvlen llllllflfkll nl nllllvlic' Annuul Awami Liinnc-r. Sopimrnorvs uni:-r rlnss rings, APRIL 2-Senior ami .iuniur Hunmis gn In mnh-sl all Plylnoulll. 8-I If-Enslvr Vnrnliurl. l2f-biimrlc num-I will: Rnwlwslvrl I0--Sh-sh' Bnnrl fonlm-Sli 21-'22-Senior Class Vinyl 23-Gnsln-n Re-luysi 27-Counly Trnrlc Nl:-4-Ii 28-20-30-Bnncl rlirip. 10-Kolcornn Ilelays. MAY 6-Spring Gracie lfestivali Rnvin-slvr ll.-lays. 8-iViotiwr's Day liorwvrli ls'-'Sl"Cli0I'lkll Tracie ixlf-1-ll 20-,lunior nnrl Senior Rvvvpiinni 20-QI-Regional 'lirnrlc ixle-vi. 22-BarmlaurPalP. 24-Class Night. 20-Connnencement. 27-Last day ol' scluooli 28--Slulv Trnrlc Nic-vii 20-30-Il-Svnior Viirip in Nz-w York. Assemlmly programs: Tin- riuy srulplor mnrlucles luis program will: n lmusl ol. Rnlwri E. lrv: Tin' Sctllnliclts silnw .lilll XXVUUKIINIIIIS limi iw rloesnil linnw iris own slrenglli. ljvg Arril ancl Put 'liimrnpson pin unusual rursngf-s nn ilu-ir :lim-s. lfrlrliv Foster anti Vnnm' l.npp, ul line "girl aslts lmyn Vulvnlinvis Dunw. Ronnie- lain-s iris lurn ni lin- prv-sPas0n spvvrllesg lim linys sv! ilu-ir gf0kll'-'sefliibllill fiimnupsii Below n seninr lmkr- suis-, ilu- senior lwoys ilulsi a imleingf pnrly- lllPs4- are Iwo ol lime- film-ls, xvill nncl Viv iwlillvr-lrui looli wim gl-is sluflc witln line mlirly clisixesi nnflis iiiv. Sales mul Service-158 XV1-sl iixlariu-t Siren-I In E. N4-wrornvr :mil Snrli-'Tin' Sinn- nl lvillf' If-uwiry hlue and white queen During tlle hall-time Ceremonies of time Nappanee-Rochester football game Marcia Nlutsctller was crowned "Blue ancl Vvllite Queenn by players Dan Hostetter and Ronnie Fields, to reign over time 1954-55 sports year. Her attendants were Norma Sheets, seniorg Connie Fervicla, junior: Rosemary Miller, sopllomore: Loretta Keiier, fresilmanz Carole Armolcl, eiglltll grade: Rita Nettrour, SCVCIltll grade. Quality Print Slmp-Printing of tile Better Kimi Miller's Grocery,-Save Through 1. G, A. Center: Marcia Mutsclllcr: Cloclcwise, starting nt lower left: Loretta Ke-iler, Norman Slleels, Rita Nctlrnur, Carole Arnnolil, Connie Fervirln, Rosemary Niillaer. I7 1954 reception "in I-iinq neptunlfs court" Tile Ciimilx of many ilours of piamninpf imy inst yenris juniors was time unnuni Reeeption ilffili ut time SOlliil Silore inn. Luke Nvawnsee, in itonor of lite seniors. At time door time tileme was introciureci imy time iiie size King Neptune and was furtiler cieveiopeci ily nets, sen weefis. simeiis. anti aquatic Creatures. A cieiectaimie ciinner was ioiioweci imy an program including speeviies. El sixit. unci igilffi nnci Bennett. pantomime artists: tile evening was itigiiiigiileci ity tiie vrowning of King and Queen, .iesse Berger and Sarila Si'ill'0l'ii. Guests were inviteri to nttenri time .iunior Senior Prom iloi- iowing time Reception. Top pirlurvs, it. to R.: Siinrrm .iensen frowns Snritu: Queen Dnnnici XV4-nv:-r, inam N1-wrmm-r, innivr- Stifiu-i, Niiss ifstiu-r Nunn Nlmwk mul king .ICSW lgvrgvr: ,lpsw is 1.n,wm,Kl ln, Hoover. Nant.: Nixrmit. ixinx Sizuimugin. inllfltld Rnlii, V, Bolton: pirturvs: Xxitil tile 5:-ninrs unri iuninrs vnjoving! tin- Ainn XX lit. . 1 . . ' ' V program sm- inmes i.unhs :mai Donna Futin-nm-r in ion-grounmi: Iwuifuf' l"f'f"""55 'LW' iXIf'H"'g"r' iNi"V'Y c2U'Qi"!'- IJWVY Bnrti ami Bennett. llilllitllllilll' artists pvriorln: i,2lifi4iil Rotiu unri Xxiugrwr, ixiurtim iiuii, Ninrjnne iillqlllilll, Dougias Kuilier, :Vit-try iieien Pippen propin-sy irom tin-ir Hjniiy jet.. N I8 Hartman Pontiac inc,-'Pontiac and lillcrllnlional Trucks lgnllrim- :lm-s an Hwuslling llI4'lll nut nl my :lm-ml lrinlln urn-urns 'lim-ssin-, .mul Ilan- l7m1luI.ug1', lxlnrlx' nmlu-s an quirlx mlmngn-, lmiru 4lnn1'o- ull:-r turning amny Nlurllmlp Imli--5 nl lxlnrllmls ta-.1 panrly em- -lnulu-ml, unsl Hfnlf' unite lor lu-r un-. In-u ull:-sts. 'll-fl Xvoml .mal Sisl luv- llu-ir In-mpn-re, Nlrw, Knulu-l upplivs nmlu--up to 4lmm14- lxrlilflllil mul Sill, iuim-tl lull-r lvy Xvully, uml llu- 'mint Iln-S, Nlnrrin inlu l.ullri4-. lurn ilu- lnlvlm-s nn l.uuri1- will: ilu-ir mvn Vlllu- ll-llllfitlily nncl lcrimlauy niglml nxsls, llurnlio lluns-yxu-ll slmws flux luis mr:- ul'llrgn- Danllu-," 'lpllln-rnmnn-In-rsl lim-rgx' llign-sximlln NlYl'4illIl'll nl Iln- Nl:-lipius llmln-llus. Slllllt' inte-rm-sh-4l pnssm-rslsy. snurls Siml. HNoliu- ilu- 4l4-li1'nl4- ulru- ol lln- nc-mlxln Nlnrli mul l,uurim- lliml Iln-ir Mgr:-ala." seninrs present "the little rluq laughed" Nvlwn Laurie Huntington, sturlvnt psyrluolo- wflllgfjfq llglfzffflsllffvl-L-U --F-3-U--I--I--l'ify1--''Sli-l---'IM nisl. vmnv llomv from vollvgv slw lrivrl 1-m-ryllairlg ' "S Wfm, "'s"""'l VU' "" "mm lm " ' 'fry' 'Hffi Him I' 7 I I L I fr, it Q I P , ' 1 4 leur' y om ..........,,,,eY.... T ......,.... .lm in 4-h wr ron' 'On' ,roum I 'I 0 th 5 0 urgt Unffh I1-J XX will ....,.e........., ,,Y5l2lIlll't' lqlllllv, l'uul llmlingm-I lo smoolll llw pysvllologivcll knots ou! of ln-r town lillilm XVUWI t,,vv,,.....,YY .,v,,,,.,,,,,e S I...m., ,l.-ng.-.. nur' funlily 'lnufshn lxlurle lfrmllorrl ..e.,......,,,, ,--- , ---llamic-l Vllnsln-th-r , Q H, Q U llorullu P. lllHI1'f'II'l'll ,........... ........ l inn:-s mulllamls l llf' SPIHOF plily l ll? l.llllf' IDOL! l.illlQ'lN'fl xllnvllu llvnllis ,..........,. Dimmu II.mI.-y, llullnn Slllllm-inn-r wus pre-sf-nlc-rl April 21. unrl 22. will: cloulylf- fasts gwflfflllllg iflulci-wlxi.-- -Nlilf-'nllvl-ill i,vll'I""'- LfHHi'1'S G"Vl'ViNl I' t, I ,I , I f , rrmu . 1' mvn wr- ..., ...... 4 -vc-r y I1-nruc, . nm rn . 1-llmllr or N xl rd 0 H par N Xvrllulu llrrwlcl-llrirlgr' .......... llvgjgfm- Arslb, lburis llllllSlll'fQl'f . -V - - - v - 1 1 rllln-rvsv lirmvn -- - ....... lumlilll Quill url KASI UI' ill: RALIILRE , ' ' "' """"" "' ', ' X .Nou-slmy uml lwlun ....,,.... I.-mf-II l'ippn-my-r, l,nrry Xxuum-r lxlllliv llllllllllflllfll ........................ lxlnnin lxllIlNl'llll'l' Xxlfnnun unrl Huy ,.......,.... Norma Slum-ls, llllltlllll' Slillsun Siilnvy llllllllllglllll ......................e..... lulm-Q lfilm-rs Dog .....,,,.,,,.......,,,,,,,,,..AA,,e, Sniln-l Sulln-inn-r lllurllnu Huntington .......................... luniu- Slirln-l C'o4lir4-1-tors ........ , ,..., l,m-y XV, Nil.-S, lfsllwr lxl. lloovvr llarlnmn Pontiac lnc.--Frigiclaire Appliances, lwlolorola mul Dulwont I0 M principal Tile pl1ases ol' a principalis worlc lliat we lllinli ol lirst are Counseling and Clmeclc- ing discipline. N6V6flhClCSS. We Sll0Llldl'!Yt forget that lVlr. Vvecicile also had to pre- pare sclneciules, plan Curricular and extra- curricular sclxool avlivilies, anrl lieep in Close Contact witll ll1e sfuclenls by Way ol spefial assemblies anci daily lmulletins. nffinn persnnnnl Tile major tasli ol lliese lour lrienclly ollife employees was llne essential. lxul olten enclless, paperworlc necessary in compiling recorcls ancl reports, .lnmvs O, Xverlmllc H'f'llIlK'llll4'll'S fiilnivv: llnlririn Curr:-lsnn, lfclilli Hoover, SH' I llnrlmru lxlflbljliillll. Principulis flfficv: Nlilxlrt-'Li ixlrcrew. 20 Nappnnee Colrl Storage-'Frozen Foorls and Meals Ray llivclyf-Plumlring llflll Healing Services superintendent Vvitll luis sirlferv smile unci aunialilf' personality, our new superintenrif-nl. Mr. Haslcell Oslmorn, lms won many new lriencls in Nappunve-. Besicles supervising! time llifillg ol tvnvlwrs ancl time nrtivitivs ol tile luvully lie lms triecl to lceep all tile stages ol our Sl'il0Oi organization we-ll fo-orrlinaleci unci inns represc-ntecl N.H.S. in matters ol lrusiness. Siflllllillgi Eilfl SlHlli'll1gil, i.UVK'l'il lN'Il'tillPll, Svatvcl: lxir. Dale ffllristnvr, Nir. Hnrolrl Klutz, Nir. Lammr Stoops. ixlr. ilalslicll fJ5iJ0l'Il. Xvillnni Naylor-lnslimmvf Real lfsiuir' l.ouns Plotrlwr lxiotor ffompnny-Olrlsmolrilo - liuirlz Solos mul Service 14 U iiuslicll ii. Oslmrn sehnnl heard Acvornpzlnying our new supvrintvnclenl was un entire-ly new svllool lxourcl. ri4llf'St' live men. llurl Slu- llilllgfll, l.owc-ll Nic'- C uen. Unis- Clnristnvr. Hurolcl Klotz. uncl l.u- mnr Stoops worlwml will: Nlr. flslyorn to limi an solution to f-url: sclnool prolmlvm lJI'OlIQlli imc-lore time-m. 2I the fatzull ROGER BAKER lfnglisll, Latin ImIiunn Univvrsily, AIS., Univ:-rsily oIL IVIirI1i gun, VVAYNE BEST Social Slmlivs Ix'IillH'IlI'Sll'l' CUII1-Q1-, A.II., ImIiimn lIniv1'rsily MS. PAUI. COLEMAN Inslrumvnlul Iwusic IIuIIe-r Univcrsily, A.II., ImIizunu 5InIv Ie'anIu-r CUIIUQC GUY CONRAD Hvullll, f'III1IvIi1' Dirrlrlnr In1Iiunu Shilo ,II1'illIN'I'S f'nIIvgm-, IIS. SELVVYN COPELAND Vmwlliulnll fxgl'Il7llIIlIl'P, Shop Ivniu-rsily ol' IXIIIIDPSOIII, IIS. ROBERT COURTNEY Pllysiull l31IlH'1IIf0lI, Drivers Training Cunh-rImry C0IIvg,54-, A.I5. IAINIES GARRETSON INIuIIwnluli4'S, Srielrlu-' mul HWLIIII, l'cl'l'l'!'4lIIUll SIIPPTIVISOI' IIunIingIun fInIIe'gm-, IIS.. ImIimm Univvrsily PAUL HARTLE AJKIIIIPIIIKIIICS IXIuriuu COIIm-gv, Imllisiulln Shih- IIniv1-rsily Imlimm IInivvrsiIy, IIHII Siem- 'IIvm'Ine-rs CUI I.-gf-. BS. VIRGINIA HOFFER Hmm' Ifconornivs, Cafvlvriu MlIlIllfll'T ljllflllli' IIniu-'rsiIy, ESTHER HOOVER Ifngfislx X r ily JI fmII Iornia nl Im Ang:-Ivs, Bull Shale 'IImu'Iwrs InfIinnu IIniv0rsily, A.B., Univvrs' ' my is ' C ull.-gv R AY HOPEVVEI IIA Sl'Il'lll'K' IlurcIuv Ifnivorsily, InrIianu Univvrsily, B.S. 11 nur guides I DAVID N1-C ZRHXV ImIuaIriuI .Irlx vmuIiumlI I11lm-1,151.1-ul fIui1Ium 1' InrIi.nm Nah- I1-.uIn'rN tolli-Q.-, IIB., IINIIIHI N IIlliv1'rNiIy, A. I.l ICY NIIIIZS I'.ngIlsIu, 5pv4'4'Il Ill1Ii.m.u IIlliu'rwily, NorIIuu'sIm'rll Im vm-reily, fIu5Iu-n fIuIIc-gm: I,lIl'lIll4' IIniv4'rsiIV I IICI .EN I'Ii'I"I'S I.unggmlg1', SUVIHI SIlnIixw Yin: 1-nm-N l'llIY1'fiIIf' Iuninr fInIIvg1-, X X IxIalryYIIIr' l1uII1'Lf4' UI ,I44'l!rH'wM'1'. II.fXRVIiY I'OS'I4NIA !'lIIllIIll'fl'4' . , , , , fI0sIll'll I 1lII1'gj1', IIHIILIIIEI l,llIX T IN NH I"IfRNIf RIQI IRIfR NIUVIII Iwlusil' IIulI4'r I'niu-nity, I'r.5I. MARY RUOIJ .Irl IIllIIilIlil Null- I:-.nIn'rN I ull.-41.-, ISA. Cl,1XI.IiN RC JC JSIQ INIuIIl4'nnlII1's fm,In-n I uII4-gn-, IXI.uuIn-xl:-r I .-Ilvw-, In Il ln: Ivrliu-rsily, NIS., I'unIuc- Iynivu-rs IIIiI.IiN SIIIiIi'IIS I,Iuy'si:'uI I :1Ilu uliull I5..II Nlnlc' I1'.nIl1'h luIIm'ggn', OI.IX'If XVIfrXX"IfIl IfllgIisIn. I.iInmrv NIieI4IIn- I4-nun-sm-v Null-, II5.. Ivlxixwrwllx 1I Illm. IIN In I N us, .. . . I.l INIDY XVIfI.I5f PRN Smiul SlluII4'a, Smiolugx' I5uIIn-r I Iniw-niIx. IILS. ImIi.m.u I'nixa-rsily NI 5 IAXVRI-1NC'Ii XVI II'I'Ii IfllgfIisIl. Sur'iuI SImIivs, ISUULNIOF4' SHIYUTII ur IXInmIu-Nlvr lull.-Q.-. .'X.II.. I5..II Nash- I1 NI: r C'nII1-gm-. Imlmm. Ivniu-rsilx, NIS. Afllle W00dIlHmS hfnnkstnrn mliwo pencils, please." "Do you have four-ring notebooks?" "How much is typing paper?H These are some of the ques- lions that confronted our smiling hooicstore attendants, Janice Stickei and Carol June Niiiier. These girls doled out school supplies every morning and noon under the capable supervision of Nlr. White. 24 IlllI'SE The daily schedule of Annie Vvood- hams, our eiiicient Hangei of mercyu at N.H.S. included first aid. immunizations. checking sanitation conditions, devising safety aids, and helping teachers with extra chores. Besides administering to all the hodiiy ailments of students she was often asked to offer a little motheriy advice. Janice Sticlcei, hir. Lawrence Nxyhite, Carol June hiiiler. Shiveiy Corporation-Clothing, Hardware, uruf Appiiumves Templeton's Shell Service-lvfarizct and Clark Slreets janilnrs We always loolc lhese men lor granlecl, hul wilhoul lhem we woulcl have heen wacling through several feel of paper. The average loacl of liller lliese men swepl up every lllfflll lolaleri almosl lwo llunclrecl len pouncls. familiar faces arnunll sehnnl . .. cafeteria ln one month nine lhousancl. seven I ' ' , huncirecl lwenly-eiglll half-pinls ol 'H of 7 ' Q 3 mill: were consumecl in our cafeteria. 'Q .la ' , 7 5 .N Q ' A , . Q Two. Our husy coolxs servecl meals lo al , 'qnff' X 'I , A ' ' A . I 53, fi ' T ,ff least four hunclrecl sluclenls cially ln .Are-Ak Q WJ? ' -ey .rn S' :Z 31:5 the central grarle and lugh school ancl . ff ' -f --X , ' ' ,QQ had to prepare fooel for the other lwo "" " . gg: L gracle sellools, also. , s I I V aa:-in , However. elespile llne clifficull worlc ...,,, I' X of eoolcing in large quanlilies. lluese -ulu V 2 laclies remained rheerlul ancl coopera- ll "" -' A if W Mrs. Hummel, Nlrs. Rassi, Mrs. lfarringlon, Mrs. Rice. C. VV. .lolmson 6 Sun-Try Our Soda Fountain '1 Drs. ljlcelwoocl 8 Rouse-Office Nappalwe aurl Van Buren Streels 1 M1 'vamp ' WN 'W :F YM Q an nm I Q SEIllllI'S President ....... ...... A lan Wilt Vice-president .... .... R onald Fields Secretary-treasurer ....... Janice Sticlcel We, the class oi '55, have completed our last year of high school with the satisfaction of ac- complishment. With a trip to New Yorlc as our goal we ardently sold taiiy and managed the con- cessions at the haslcethall games. Naturally, in our senior year, most of our classmates were officers or active memhers in at least one extra-curricular activity. The people who represented us in Student Council and National Honor Society were Daniel Hostetter, Janice Sticlcel, Alan Wilt, Marcia Mutschler, James Eilers, Mary Helen Pippen, Beverly George, and Ronald Fields. s n p h n m n 1' H s President ....... ---Gerald Matterri Vice-president ---- ---Judith Rose Secretary-treasurer ...--.- Nancy Peters We, the class oi '57, had a marvelous candy sale to hegin our year's activities. We sold more peanut hrittle. mints, and chocolates than any other sophomore class hefore us. The hest sales- man won a watch. Our representatives for Student Council were Judy Martin and Jan Culp. We want to thanlc our sponsors, Mr. Hopewell and Mr. Copeland, who directed us through the year. 28 junlnrs President ...-------.-- Walter Corwin Vice-president ---- ------ J erry Reed Secretary-treasurer ------ Connie Hossler We. the class ol' '56, started our junior year with the election oi officers. To represent us in Student Council we chose Mary Lu Miller and Jaclc Arnott. Our National Honor Society mem- hers were Kathleen Hahn, Patricia Snider, and Philip Lehman. At the end of Septemher, under the direction of Mr. Postma and Mrs. Miles, our sponsors. we started the annual junior class magazine sales. The goal was to hrealc the previous record held hy the seniors. With the co-operation of everyone in the class that goal was reached. Over three thousand dollars worth of suhscriptions were sold. in Decemher Mrs. Milesss room paid its pen- alty for having sold fewer magazines than Mr. Postma's homeroom hy giving a lcids' party for the victors. freshmen President ------- ---. S uellen Field Vice-president ------------ Larry Cripe Secretary-treasurer ---- Carol Sue Hahn We. the class of '58, enjoyed many achieve- ments in our iirst year of high school. On Octoher 2, 1054, we hoosted our class treasury hy sponsor- ing a paper drive. The Freshmen Follies enter- tained several times after their dehut at the Halloween Festival. Our Student Council representatives were Carol Sparlcs and Patricia Thompson. At this, the end of the school year, we thanlc Mr. Hartle, Mr. Welhorn. and Mr. McGrew for their line joh oi sponsoring us during our First year of high school. Harry Tohias' Auto Clinic-Radiator and General Repair Boston Store--Merfs and Boys' Wear, Ladies' and Girls' Ready to Wear, and Appliances whn's whn VVho's Who? That's what we'd lilce to lcnowl After we, the senior class, had nominated and voted for certain ol our classmates to represent the many different fields of school worlc, the annual staff realized that many people in each activity had excelled equally well. It would have been unfair to single out one person when so many deserved credit. VVe're proud, of course. that not just a few of our classmates have succeeded in extracurricular activities: we still have a VVho's Who page to honor outstanding students. So here are our representatives lor the Who's Who. Us. The entire Senior Class ol' 1955. ,O-+ ai. 'I'-1 me, ffwmmmef 'W' 4-I '7M,M,lw7f' -k gp, C,,,,4-404' Jak Q"'Vm61-1.. W sau 'M' QE 'QS :Uv-"5"J"'JA wb-d""f"' K -Qedaqxfp-A-Qtpujv ZAJNFLGM m,w-'JW 734-4-72.43 W qmail! www 'x-rv-M" 'ig 9'4" 5?-A HMA lfMx:.... O yxW""'J dlafza ' , , .if JWW MMSLLJ 9 Wham x"7'9'g""' Aifia, gd Q"Z57f.1ze7W D' weft f'M'f"4-Ate. . is Wfmyi-ir,-Q..., yjffgl fqfwffnfw, ,. ,WMM 1 e- nnwujldh Yfgfie-,zz uwP,u,q,. 4,,5".Wfff"""",o fr Duclcwall Implement Co.-Farm Equip Nnppanee Greenhouse-'Say It with Fl ment 20 OIUQFS the snninr class nf 1955 Class Flower RED ROSE CICISS Colors RED AND GRAY Class Motto AMBITION KNOVVS NO REST PEGGE ARCH, "Peg" Band I, 2, 3, 4: Bancl Librarian 2: Girls' State 3: Reception Committee 3: Cllorus 2, 3, 4: Ctlorus President 4: Clioir 2, 3: Pep Band 2, 3, 4: D'Bullclog 2. 3. 4: Napanet 4: Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 4 WAYNE BROCK "Twish" Band l. 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Reception Committee 3: Basketball I, 2: Football 2. 3, 4: Intramural Baslcetluall 2, 3, 4: Track l, 3: F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Treasurer I. 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Treasurer 4: Napanet 4: Projection Club 2, 3: Projection Club Treasurer 2: Usher 3: lntromuml Bowling 4 PAUL BOLINGER "Paul" Basketball l, 2: Footlmll l, 2, 3. 4: intramural Bnslcetimall I, 2. 3: Tracie I. 2. 3: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y Sergeant-at-arms 4: Usller 3: N- lVlen's Club 3, 4. MARY JANE BUSS "Buss" F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. President 3, 4: Football Queen Attendant 3: Napanet 4: Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4: Re- ception Committee 3 30 E. V. Pulmlislling House--Printers of "Napanet KENLYN CAIBECK "Karyn Rvrvption COIIIIIIIIIPK' 3: Bnml I, 2, 3, 4: D'BulILIng 2, 3: Office Assistant 4: Assistant Clmir Afcompnnist 4: Y-YI'l'1'llS I, 2, 3, 4 ELLEN CALLANDER ncnllanrlvrh HARVEY CHUPP "IInrvu I, 4: CIUID 3 Clulr fl: Dfl. Vivo-I,r1-sirlvnt 3: lvlonitor I: Ron-ption fwouimitlvs- 'I JAMES EILERS '4EiIr-rs" Naipmivt 3. 4: Nnpum-t Eclitor 4: Iyllullclog 2. 3, 4: D'BuIIclog Fw- turc- Eclitor 4: Class Ilresirlenl I: Rn-vc-ption Committee- 3: c1Il0I'US 2: flioir 2: Delmle- I, 2: Stullent Counril 4: National Honor Socivty 4: Ili-Y 2, 3, 4: Ili-Y Sorinl Clmir- nmn 4 V. Pulmlislling House--'Printers of "Napanct" RONALD FIELDS "Ron" MARY .IANE FRENGER "Fri-ng" Bunrl I. 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, G.A.A. 2: I'.I'I.A. 2. 1, -1: I".II.A. 3, 4: Varsity Baslcetlmll 2, 3, 4: Vive-Ilrvsisleiit 3: I.iImr:iriun Assistant I"ootImII 3. 4: Track, 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: Stuzlvnt Council I: Y-AIIPPIIS 3, 4: Hi-Y President 4: Class Presi- I, 2, 3, 4: Ile-ceplion Commiltvo 'I clent I: Class Vice-President 4: National Honor Soriety 4: Student Council 2, 4: N-lVIen's Cluls 3, 4: N-lVIen's Clulm Vim--Presiflf-nt 4: Re- 41-ption COIlllllIlI8C 3 BEVERLY GEORGE "Bev" LYLE HAIL nBugs" HAROLD IIARTMAN 'ASQ-nam" Ra-u-plion CEOIIIIIIIIIPQ' 3: Band I, 2, BnsIiPlI'maII I, 2, 3, 4: Vursily Nnpnnvl .Iunior Busim-ss NInnnQn-r I, 4: Pep B:-ml 2. 3: DIIUIICIOQ 2, I3nsIcvII'mII 2, 3, 4: I"00IImII I, 2, 3, 3: Nnpmwl Iiusinvss IxInrmg4-r -I I, -I: D'BuII1I0g Ari IfcIiIur -1: 4: IIIm1'Ic 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2: Nuli0nuI Honor Sorivly 4: SIu1IQ-nl fIorrPsp0mIing! Svvrefary 3: Hi-Y KIUIIIN il -I: Y-'I'm'ns I, 2, 3, -I SoriaI cwIlEiIl'IlIilI1 -I: N-Ix'Ic'n's CIUII 3, 4 DIANA I'IAXYI-EY "Di" I-IOXVARD HEPLER A'I:ingPrs" DANIEL HOSTETIAER "I'ImNI1" 4 InIrnmuraI Basketball 3, AI: IxInni- Rfwrplion KYIUIIIIIIIIIPI' 3: Band I, 2, Im' 4 3. 4: BnnmI I,rvsicIe-nl -I: Chorus 2. 5, 4: KIIIUII' 2, '33 BHSIU-IImII I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity I5nsIce-IImII 2, 3, 4: I'InuI- IMII I, 2, 5. -I: Irurk I, 2, 3, -I: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y f'IlnpInin 5: CIAISS VIf'1'-I,Fl'SIlIf'l!I I : NnIiunnI IIOnor Snric-Iy 3, 4: SIIHIPIII Founr'iI nf, -I: N-AII'IlIS f'IuIw I, -1 30 EIIcI1m'l County Farm Bureau-Co-Opvralivv Assorialinn, Im: MARTIIA Illllfl-' "IIuII" MARIANE IIUFFMAN "Janie" DORIS HUNSBERGER "DocIie" Rr-11-ption KIOIIIIIIIIIPK' 3: I".Il.A. Ifnnci I, 2, 3, 4: D'BuIIrIog 2, 3. Banfi I. 2: F.I'I.A. 4: Nnpanet 4: 2, I, -I: I'4.II.A. 'Itrvusun-r 3, 4: I.i- -1: I'I.II.A, 3, 4: I:.I'I.A. Sf-nrctnry: 0IIicze Assistant 4: Y-'Iivvns I. 2. 3. Ivranriun Assistant 2, I: Y-'Ii-e-ns I, I,iIxmriun Assistant I: Nnpnm-I 4: 4: Reception ci0llllllIIIf'0 3 2, 5 Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4: R1-ce-ption Com- mittee 3 .If JIIN INGLE ".IuI1nny" Ifusiu-tImII I. 2: Cross Country 3, SHARON JENSEN "Sharon" Banri I, 2. 3, 4: Cimrus I: D'BuII 4: Intrnmumi Basics-tImII 2. 3, 4: 'I'nn'Ic I, 3. 4: Ixionitur I. 2, 3. 4: President 3: Liirmriun Assistant 3 IIsIue-r I: Intrumurui Ifuwiing -I cc-ption Committee 3 Pivtriwr Furniture Company--Furniture and Appliances :Ing 2: I-'.H.A. 2. 3, 4: Ciass Vice- Nnpunet 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Re- .IOHANNA JERLES "Jo" Band I, 2, 3. 4: Cinorus 2, 4: Cimir 2: D'BuIIcI0g 2, 4: 2: Office Assistant 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens Secretary-Tn-nsun-r 4: Reception Committee 3 DOUGLAS KAHLER "Doug" Baslwllmll I. 2: Foolimll lg inim- Usulileyn Rereplion Committee 3: Bnslcf-llmll murul Buslrellimll I, 2, 3, 4: Tmcli l, 2: N-lVien's Club 3, 4: N-Nic-nls l, 2: D.0. Club 3 Clula Treasurer 4: Fooilnnll 2, 3, 4: intramural Basics-tlnall 2, 3. 4: Trnclc I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y Cliap- lain 4: Sluflvnl Council 2: inirnnlural Bowling 4 NORMAN MARVEL "Norm" D41 Clulr 3 JANET iVlA'i'l'ERN "Janet" JOEL IVIELLINGER "Joe" G.A.A. I, 2, 3: F.H.A. 2, 3: D.O. Club 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Rcccp- Y-Tf-ens I, 2, 3. 4 lion Committee 3 NARCIA NUTSCHLER "lVlarsl1" Reception Conumith-c 3: Buml I, 2. 3, 4: Pep Bmul 4: D'Bull1log I, 2, 3, 4: Dviiullrlog lxlusirt lfclilor 3, 4: Napzinct Co-Erlilor 4: National Honor Socicly Sm-crsriary-Tre-asurvr 4: Sluclenl Council I, 4: Sllulonl Council Prfvsiclvut 4: Y-Teens l, 2. 3, 4: Y-Teens Vice-Presiclenl 3: Y- Tcvns President 4: Class Vin-- Prosiali-nt 2: Sports Qui-cn 4 Nnppanee Teleplmone Co.,-Save wiliz a Telephone Cox Coal G Lumber Co.-Prompt Service VICTOR lVIII.LIiR "Snug" .IOAN NEVVCOIVIER "Joan" SANDRA NETTROUR Hsonme Inlrmnuml Bowling 4: Clmrus 3: I?.II.A. 3, 4: Y-Tc-4-ns 3, 4 Cllorus 4: G.A.A. I: D'BuIIcIog 3 Clloir 3: Bnslwllmll 2: Foollmll I. 4: Ollicc Assisliml 4: Y-TPC!! I 2. 3. 4: Intrumurnl Buslwllmll l, 2, 3. 4: Rvfeption CfDllllllIIIl'lY 3 3, 4: I'Ii-Y 2. 3, 4: N-IVIr-n's Clulm 3, 4 REBECCA PARCELL 'ABecIcy" Cllorus I, 2. 3, 4: Clwir I, 2, 3 Y-Toons I, 2, 3, 4 PAUL PARKS "Parks" Baslfelball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsily Baslcetloall 2, 3. 4: Cross Country 1: Football 2. 3, 4: Traclc I: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: F.F.A. Sentinel 2: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Projection Cluln 2. 3: N- IVIen's CIuI1 3, 4 Freefs Texaco Service-Gas, Oil, Lubrication and Washing Josepln W. Kinclig-'Attorney at Law VVADE PFEIFFER "Wade Inlmmuml Busliellmll 4 MARY HELEN PIPPEN "Buh:I1" Band I, 2, 3, 4: Band Vic4-'-IJrosi- mI4-nt 3: Pep BnnrI 3: CIief-rI4-arIe-r 4: I, 2. 3: Vice-Presb 1Ient 2: G.A.A. Serretary 3: D'BuII- dog I, 2, 3, 4: D'BuIIfIog Co-Editor 3: D'BuIIc'Ing Editor 4: Debate 2: I.iI1rarian 2: NationaI Honor Society 4: OI-I-ire Assistant I: Y-Teens I, 2. 3, 4: tIunior Y-Teens President I: Chairman 0I Reception COHIHIIIIPBS 3: D.A.R. Representative 4 LOVVELL PIPPENGER "Pip" I3ancI I, 3, 4: Chorus 3: Choir 3 LINDA I'I.I'ITCI'IER UI3I4'tc'Il" IBHIICI I, 2, 3. "I: Ix'Iilil7fl'IIt' I. 2. 3. I"ootImII 3: IntrnmuraI BasIwtImII I 4: fIIloru:1 4: I'Iioir 1: IJIIIUIIQIUQ I, 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Iwionitor 3: Iln it-rtion fIIuI1 I, 2, 3, 4 2. 3, I: DIIBIIIIIIIIQ' I'.1'ilIllI't' EtIiIflY -I: ,,. NillJitlltxI 4: N'It't4YlS I, 2. I. -I NANCY QUIGLEY "Quig" ,IAIVIES REED uReedie" SVIIANLITIY Rl-IINE "Stun" Band 1, 2, 3: F,H,A, 2, 3, 43 Reception Committee 3: I:ootIxaII F.IT.A. 2, 3, 4 D'BuIIdog I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I. 2, 3, 4 I, 2, 3, 4: IntramumI Basketball I 2, 3, 4: Tra1:Ic I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Napnnet Art Editor 4: N'Ix1f'Il:S CIUIJ 3, 4: Il'lIl'Hllllll'FlI BowIing 4 5 B CnIe-A CnmI PIUU' To Eat 36 B IIntIiPIcI G Hoslelh-r CIotIiiors-iVIvn's Viyvar-Boys' W'Pur Illlfl-IXIA Rfjsl-1 '-'llH,l,,m" I'NI'RIl'IA RUTII "Pnl" I"RANCIfS SIff'IIRIS'I' "I'mn lylgulllluu 3' I: lf,llU.'x- ,V 2' 3' 1: I5nmI I, 2, 3, II: c'Il!'l'I'I1'Zl1I4'l' fl: I5nmI 3, -'Ig Nnpunvl AI: Y-'Item-ns -I I ILA' R',pmh,r 3. 4: lqilmlmm AS- f'Imrus 2. II. 42 f'Imir 4: DIBIIIIKIIPLI Mun' I, Y-'l'l,.,m 5' I I, 2, 5, 'Ig IV'I.II,A. 2: Nnpnnvt AI: Y-'Iva-vns I, 2, 3, 4: I,f'ID I3umI 2, 3: Rv4'4-pIion l10IlllllIIIl'l' 3 NORINIJX SIIIfI'f'I'S "Norm" I5RYf'If SIAIIAIIGII "Dm-IQ" ,IANICE STIFKEI. 'A.Iam" IInmI I, 1. 5, I: Iinml Sa-1 rm-lnry Ig I5smrI I: I"noIImuII I. 2, 3: Inlrn- I3o0IcsIon- Assislnnl -I: D'IIuIIcIng lImru5 -I: f'ImIr Ig IYI5uIIcIug1 I, 2, mumI I'msIu-IImII I, 2, 3, II: 'I4nu'Ie 3, -I: Napillwl Ar! If1Iil0r'1: NuIionnI I I: Nupmu-I II: Y-II44-4-ns I, 2, 3,11 I. 3: IJ'BuIIfIugj i, vi: IDI-Imw 2: IIun0r Sorivly K, 11: NuIi0nuI IIOnor III' m-z- ns S1-1rvlury-'IArc-ansllrvr 3: I'vp III-Y 2, I, I: I'e1'l'1'IlIIllIl LYOIIIIIIIIIPC' 3: Suri:-Iy Pre-silI1'nI 4: Y-III:-vns I, 3, mlI 2, I, I: III-11-piinn I4mnlnIlI4-1' Nupmwl II: I'mjvrIion KIIIIII 4: 'IIrumIi -I: SIluIf'nI lIuun4'iI S4'rr1-Inry-'I'rl'1ls- 5 Spurls f2u :-n- I1 :XIII-mIan1I -I Ixlilllilffvi' 2, -I: InIrnmumI I5owIing1 'I lll'l'l' 3: SIulIc'nI QIUIIIIVII Viu'fI,rvsi- 1IcnI 4: Co-m:Imirmun UI' Rvu-plion CIDIIIIIIIIIPPS 3: Rm-vption f'onnniIIm- 3: f'Inss Sr-Crvlnry I, 2, 3, -1 I I fillnlwrnmn-Nnppullvn- .UNI Van BIITPII Slrvvlx 37 I I I1 Il fI1'yvr's fInrngl'-fIr'fu'ruI ,Iulu Ixvpuir DONNA SUTHEIIVIER "Donna" JUDITH SWIHART "Judy" LARRY WAGNER "Limit" Band l, 2, 3, 4: D'Buiidog 2, 3, CtlOl'US 4: Debate 2: F.H.A. 4: Banci I, 2, 3, 4: iniramurai Basket- 4: D'Buiiciog Art Eciitor 4: Y-Teens D'Buiiciog 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: tmaii 2, 3. 4: Track 2, 3: Traci: Man- I, 2, 3, 4: Cixeerieacier 3: Reception Reception Committee 3 ager 2: F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, Committee 3 4: Projection Ciuia I, 2, 3: Intra- murai Bowiing 4 DONALD NVEAVER "Fuzz" Reception Committee 3: Cross Country 4: intramural Basicetimii 1, 2. 3, 4: Traci: l, 2, 3, 4: N-Men's Club 3, 4: intmmumi Bowling 4 1 ALAN WILT "Al" Reception Committee 3: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Basicettmii l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basicetiiraii 2, 3, 4: Footioaii I, 2, 3, 4: Tracic l, 2, 3, 4: D'Buiiciog l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Vice President 1: National Honor Society 3, 4: Stucient Council 2, 3, 4: N-iVien's Ciuizx 3, 4: N-Ments Presicient 4: Ciass President 3. 4: Boys' State 4 JAMES WOODHAIVIS "Ace" Reception Committee 3: Band I. 2, 3, 4: Band Vice-President 4: Basitettaaii l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basket- inaii 3, 4: Footimaii l, 2, 3. 4: intru- murai Basitettaaii 2: Traci: 1, 2, 3, 4: D'Buiidog l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y Secretary 4: Napanet 4: Class President 2: N-Men's Ciutz 3. 4: N-Men's Ciuts Secretary 4 Nnppanee Miiting Co., inc.--Quality Flour and Feeds Haclley Dress Sl1opf-The Store for Vkfomen and Young Girls Wdglil Funeral Home-Ambulance Service iuninrs First row: Jack Arnott. Doris Balsley, Eclwin Berger. XNarren Brock, James Brunso. Robert Buss. Second row: James Clouse, Patricia Curl. Walter Corwin, Dean Culp, Janet Culp, Lnvon Culp. Third row: Russell Ervin. Con- nie Fervicla, Eddie Foster. Jean Foltz, Donald George, Sluerry Gillis. Fourth row: Kntlileen Halm. Nlury Ellen Hall. lfclclie Hanll. Rus- sell Hepler, Freil Hoclcert, Alxluy Lne Hossler. Fifth row: Connie llossler. Lu- nnne Leer, Pluilip Lelmmn. Small Lee Lopp, Mxirilyn Marti, Janet McFall. Sixth row: Nlnrriu Nlellinger. Carol June Milli-r, Nlurlnn Millerr, Mary Lu Miller, George Reed, Jerry Reed. Selivnlll TUIUZ Donnliljelle Rens' lmcrger, Willred Renslrerger, Patricia Snider. Barham Stalxly, Jolm Stal1ly. Sally Stoucler. Eighth row: Kenneth Stump, Linda Stump. Patricia Tobias. .lmnes Weldy, Leo Williallls, Jolm Windllnln. Nintll row: Betty Wrxixdlnallls, Riclmrcl Wright. Kennctli Young. 39 snphnmnres First row: Jean Adams, Carol Anclrews, David Arcll, Gloria Beezley, Roy Broclc, Linda Chand- ler. Second row: Le-Roy Clmupp. Shirley Cilupp. Thomas Conrad. Vvilma Copenllaver, Richard Cop- pes. Raymond Corl. Third row: .lan Culp, .lcanettc Ervin, Ralplm Finlc. Waller Fren- ger, Noel George, Sue Grimm. Fourth row: Roller! Haines. Terry Haney, June Heltzel, Riclwarcl Hepler, Louise Hershlmerger, Ned Hoover. Fifth row: .lolm Hunmn-l, .larlc Hunsiverger. Jacolw Jaclcson, Vvilliam Kviler, Marianixc Ketzel, Janet Klingaluan. Sixth row: Larry Lalcins, Mari- lyn Lelunan, Vance Lopp, Voncla Loses. Judy Martin, Sue Martin- ilale. Seventh row: Vvilliam Martiil- clale, Geralcl Nlaltern, Larry Mc- Donald, Donald Miller, .loseplm Nliller, Rosemary Miller. Eighth row: Tllelma Miller, Nancy Peters, Patricia Petersen. Judith Pllend, Sue Fletcher. Michael Price. I Ninth row: .luclitll Rose, David Stuops. Kay Stouder. Sally Siulz- man, Jean Swilmart, John Troxel. Tenth row: Clara Rae Walters, David Weldy, Chris Woodhams. 40 Kroger Store-'Quality and Service Blue Bell inc.-Xvvrlrfs Largest Producers of Work Clothing M C'f'killllk'ln.S IFC CITHIII'-'FNVKIPIJIIIIPP ljllffy ccormicli lxlolurs lnc.-Cllr-uroivl Cars, Trurlen freshmen First row: lillwilffl Cmnlrs, Vvil- lium Conrail. Larry Cripe, Dennis Downs. c:ll"IKlil Dumpln, Ronald Elliott, Rugvr Evans, .lmncs Fields. Sworn' row: Sui-llvn lfil-lmls, l.nrry l'4islu-r, Bn-nl Gull. .lorry cii!I1Sll0I'I1, Dnvicl G:-yvr, fwuml Suu Hulln, .lnnu-s Hmnslwr, Dixie Hur:-. Tliiral row: .lnlm lluwlvy. Umu- lli'K'killllilH, Rugn-r llc-rlmxnnn, Carrol Hnrlnmn, Hurry llnml. Anilu lloovvr. Pllilip l'lKK'llSl1'lll'I', llnrolsl lrlllllqlllilll. lfnurllx row: lin-cl llunslwrgvr, Yvonm' lnglv. l.in1lu .lnnvs, .Illllilll Killlllllllilll, lnrvlln Kvilvr, lfrlwunl Kcim, Alllrvcl Kvim, .lulm Kc-mlull. l'il!ll row: Xxlllliillll lXL-nclnll. lxlnriv Klulz, Pm-ggi' l.nliins, Pnul l.e-um-nlry, .lmuvs l .uh-s, Durullly lvlarlin, Pnlririn lxlnrlin, Rolu-rl lxilflbhllillfl. Sixllr row: Dnnnlcl lxlillvr, llnrf olcl lxlillvr. Sllirlvy lxlillvr. 'lhliy lxlillvr. lmlilin Nu-Hrnur, V1-rnun Nissls-y, Hurry ljvh-rss-n. Douglas Rc-nslu-rgvr. SPl'l'lllIl I'0H'J Iilffy Rll1'y, .IEIIIU Allll llllflfl, 'Jiffy Rylllilll, lzlllll Salznmn, Danny Slulmugln, .lumly Slnlmugln. Carol Sparks, Larry Slilllly. lfiglnlli row: Clmrloliv Slirlivl. ljnnnn Storm, ,lnnws Sluuflvr. Xfvil- limn Slnuilvr, .lurk slump, Pnlririn Vliluompsun, Staunlvy 'l.llUIllilS, Doro- llmy Ulery. Ninili row: Donna Kuy Xvug- nf-r, lwlnrguz-rih' Vvngns-r. Carol Vvf-lily. .loyrv Vvvlly. Mary .lvnn Vvnoclluanns. fir-rulcl Ymlvr. Rny- nmnzl Zooli, eighth qrade First row: Carole Arniold, Pliilip Arnett, Clarence Atlcins, Doris Ann Berger, Gene Blurlcer, lvlary Lou Callanrler, Laney Cavender. Second row: Caroline Conrarl, Rirlmarrl Conrarl, Jean Culp, Nlaurine Culp, Ronald Dean. Mizr- tlma Elliott, .lolm Enlcott. Tllifll TUIUI Danifil Evans. Dillff Finlr, Nelson Finlr, Dennis George, .lames George, Larry George, Joan Getz. Fourth row: Rutli Greenawalt, Rutli Haines, Martha Hartman, Deloris Heclcarnan, Stanley Hcclra- man, Alton Herslmloerger, lVlary Ellen He-rslilrerger. Fifth row: Rurly Hociistetler, Steven Hocliert, Ronald Hollar, Larry Hornan. .lolm Hostetler, Sliaron Hoyt, Cecil Kelley. Sixlil row: Francis Kelley, Bar- liara King, Alilert Kolllvr. l.arry Lanclis, Patricia Leer. Delores b'1HY'VK'i, .lillllf'S l40Ilg0l'lCCkEl'. Seventh row: Loretta Marvel, lVlattie Nia:-ut, Arlliur lviiller, Carolyn lvliller, Erlna Miller, Karen Miller, lvlargo Miller. Eigiuth row: Ruby Mullet, San- clra Niclmls, Sliarlene Nine, Ricliarrl Norton, Larry Nuncrnalrer, Larry Otto, Verna Otto. Nintii row: Joanne Peltier, .lamcs Pippenger, Sue Ellen Pip- penger, Richard Pletcller, Connie Pletcller, Lee Price, James Rossi. Tenth row: Tliomas Riclnnond, Ronalcl Rliine, Loon Ringenlnerg, Carl Rolrinson, Rolmert Sclleets, lviolvin Svlmiuclcer, Slmron Secllrist. lfieventli row: Juanita Sllarlcey, Rolwert Sheets, Karole Slaloaugli, Sandra Slllitll, Larry Stutzman, Velma Stutzman, Lorrine Spicller. Twelfth row: Merle Spicller, Sllaron Stuclrman, Dennis Swiiiart, lvlarslm Swillart, .terry Thurston, Lawrence Watson, Devon Weaver. Tinirteentli row: Carolyn Welty, Rolwert Vvilliarns, Ronald Wilson, Marie Yoder, Joyce Zentz. gtlllson s Mens and Boys' Vvear'-Sporting Goods Nwppanee Tile Company'-ll0 South Main Street seventh grade First row: Betty Andrews, Larry Burelclmrt, Suznnnalx Cnllxeclc, Mary Cllupp, .inn Cleveland, Karen Clause, .lolun Coppcs, Allan Cor- Wtn. Sncoml row: Dnvirl Culp. Gnry Culp. Steven Doll, Cf-mlcl Ensi- lnnrl, .lorry Elmore, pllillip Evans, Kennc-tl: I:ilf'lIlWill!'l, Royce Furm- wnlcl. Tliirrl row: Robert Farrington, Lyle Fnullcnvr, .lncqur-line Fisller, Us-orge Frm-se, Erlwnrrl Getz. Siler- rilynn Gonsr-r, Clmrlcs Greene. ,lnnies Grimm Fourth row: Clmrlwirlc Hancl, Connie Hnney. Lincln Heclcnman. Slmron Herslnlmerger, Mzxriettn Holli- ermnn, Earl Hocllstetler, Linnar H0x'lnst1'tlf'r, Lee llmflistetler. Fifth row: paul Hoclnsteller, Slmron Hofllslm-tler. Slmron lnglr. .lavlcie Jawlcson. Pauline Ke-tzel, Norma Kolllz-r, Willis Kulms, .lanet l.r-nzf-nivy. Sixth row: tlumlitlu Lewis, Riel:- urcl lvlnrtz. Donnlrl Nlnrtz, Dnvifl NVIKISL Roy MFDODHICI, Killarllfs h'1C- lrull, Dnvici Miller, Dorrns Miller. Seventh row: Ernest Nliller. .lzwolm Nliller, .lnnire Miller. Sarali lvliller, lvlirlmel lvlitrlwll. DOIOIIIY Nlullvt, Fernc lvlullet, Kennetli Nlullet. Eiglltll row: Portia lvlutsclller, l.:-wis Naylor, Susnn N1-ilwrt. Brant Nr-tlrour, Rim Nr-ttrour, Mrxrlene Parks, Tr-rry Pippengf-r, Lintla Pri 1 Nintln row: ljnflil Reed, .IHIIIEES Rooal. .ine Srlnnt-itz, Nlnry Svlrwnrtz. .luclitli Srlmri, Jerry Slallaugil, .lo- nnne Slnlmaugli, Lester Slaiwaugli. Tenth row: Lonnie Slnlmugln, Karen Spirlner, Frances Spicixer, lin Stone, .itunes Stoucler, Jay Stoucier, Rnlvert Stoucler, Gary Stutzmnn. Eleventh row: FfPllCfiClC Swi- lmrt. Susan Templeton, Glen Thurs- ton, Delores Vvnrie, Allen Wagner, Patsy Vvurren, Maxine Vvelty, Robert Widmoyer. Twelfth row: Joan Willialns, Lou Ann Wyman, Carolyn Yeager. Betty Yocler, Ervin Yocier. Lutes Service Station--Standard Service Legion Bowl-American Legion Post 154 .4 H1 , sw, 1 ,fwm , X, Aff. ,W V .5 Ju, , , ,V ,Ni Q 514 is F, mpvgxiwz A FQ' ggi - Q ww , W? -M , , K :::::::.::: s:,, x Mx Q gy ,Mimi 'MIQKSXEQN K x f E if, Q Egg, lxlnrrin lx1lliSl'lIlt'l'. .lnnire Srifkf-I, Daniel liostelter, The National Honor Society is Composed of eight seniors and thirteen juniors selected hy the faculty on the hasis of scholarship. leadership, service, and Character. lxlr. Hartle was the sponsor. This year the society made a study of the grade average in each class and the per- centage ol each letter grade given. in calling these to the students' attention they have created a hetter incentive to worlc and have raised the grade median in Nappanee High Sehool. They also polished all the trophies in the trophy case to improve the appearance of the upper hall and Compiled a list ol past honor society mernhers. president .......... .lanice Sticliel Vice-presidenl---Daniel Hostetter Secretary ....... lwlarvia lxlutsvhler national hnnnr snlziet Front row: .lame-s lfili-rs. Pliilim lam-lmmn, Alun XVilt. Ronald l"'ir-ids, Daniel lloslettf-r. I , Svronrl row: ,lnnire Slislivl, lxlnry Helen llippen, lvinrcin lvlutschler, Beverly George, Patricia Snider, Kntll nlixli Il l nw- ' a n , hir. 'art 0, sponsor. Coppes, Inc.-Nappanee Kitchens The Student Council is an organization composed ol' students chosen hy their rlass- mates to represent them in student government activities. in addition to sponsoring the uljep Cluhn and decorating the sfhool lor Christmas and Blue and White Day, the group also inaugur- ated a traditional opening to student assem- hlies: the pledge of allegiance to the llag was given in unison and one stanza of UArnerieau was sung. Housekeeping, transportation, program. regulations, Christmas decorations. and cheer- leader Committees worlced together with the sponsor, lxflr. Vveddle. and their ollieers to malce this a sueeesslnul year lor the entire student body' IYIHH-ir. Mum-l.l f-r, Nlary i,u Mill.-r. .Ir.mr-.- Sink.-I. President ......... lxlareia lwlulsehler Vive-president ........ .laniee Sticlxel Seerelary-treasurer---ixlary l.u lwliller t dent lznuncil Front row: .lanire Stieliel, Carolyn Yeager, Gary Culp, Gary' Sillillllilll. YIYIIKIIINIS Rielnnoml, l.arry fjllo, r Mirlrlicf row: hir. Xvexlclle, sponsorg .lames ifilers. lluilip i.elmuan, .lan Culp, Ronald lfields, Daniel iloslelter, Kathleen Htl . llghele row: Alan Vvilt, ixlary ilelen Pippen, Beverly George, lxlilffiil lxlutsrliler, lxlary Lu ixiiller, liilifiiiii Snider, Caro Sparks, .ludy ixiartin. Coppes. inc.-Nappanee Kitchens 47 Ro nutmt ti:- NN'ili. tillfll Mic tim hi- presirtent ..............,.. Ronutft Fietcts Vivevpresiftent ,............... Atnn Xvitt Sevretury ............., James Xvoocttmms Treasurer ................. Xvnyne tiroetf Uncter ttie supervision ot in new sponsor. txtr. Ciurretson, fourteen new memtmers were initiatect in an impressive Ceremony. As in previous drives, ttxe group sponsorect ttie tntantite tjaratysis Dime Line: in addition. stiirts tettereri wiltl name ot ttie sctmoot were sotci anct ttme protit useci tor a worttiy Cause. Acictitionat ottieers were Dnniet Hostetter. fixup- tain: Paut Botinger, sergeant-at-nrrns: t.yte Hutt, socizlt ftiairman: anct Xvntter Corwin, news reporter. iltS, Nxiilylllt i3f04'k, .IRIIIIPS XA"UUtitlHllIS N row: tjnut tiotinge-r, Rirtmnt finppes, Danirt Arrti, .tznnes Ret-rt, Vvnyne Brut-tc, tireat Hoc-tu-rt, ,tm-t . ta-ttinggvr. tctte row: sponsor, tvtr, Gurretson: Ymirv t.opp, Ertwin Berger, t.yte ttutt, ivtirtmc-t Prine, .lun Cutp, nt row: Dunic-t ttnstetter, Xvnttvr Corwin, Russett Ervin, Kennett: Stump, .tmncs Brunsn, Pnut Pnrtis, t,.nrry Nvnglwr, Baci: row: .taunt-s fitunsv, Ratpti trinti, ililfii Arnott, Atun Vvitt. tfctctiv Foster. Bryre Stntwnugtl, Vvnttcr Fra-ngcr. fttittmitv row: ,totin Stutlty, Ptlitip t.etnnnn, ,IZIIIIPS imntis, Jllilli tiunlnlet, Xvittroct R1-nstwrger, Rnnnttt t"ietLts, .tiunvs tfiters. "ft mt row: Dmict Noops, t.nw1-tt tjlppenger, Vlrtor Ntitter, I'zlK'ililTKt Xxiflgili, Qtms Xvomttmrns, .Lnncs Xxomttmrns, Larry t.nt1ins. Newfs Drive-inf-Good Xvtrotesome Food Vvises tfurniturc Store'-Cmnptvta Home Furnishings Q 'cv Inn riulurv: I'ronI row: IXQIIIIII1-ll IIIIIIII, IIIIIIIII Iflrwv. IIII-Im.. Rus:-. K4'nIvn f'.IIIu'IIN, I'1-gjgx' AHII, Nnrum SIN-vlw, I.imI.u IIIIIIIIIIII-I, I I Inu-I XIIIIIUIII, I.nuI.n Nump. IWIIIIIII' row: Hi-I Ilumw-r, -punwr: Ilulriwiu I'nrI, IXIIIFQ' I,u INIiIII-r. Ivmlniv IIus5I1-r, :Weary Imu- Ifuxs. ,Iaminv Sli: NI.uri.mm- K1-In-I, IIIHIIJ rmw: I.lmnlu' I.m-r, .-XIIIW I.I-I- IInwIn'r, Nunn' III-Irrs, I.inIIu I,II'I1 Iwr, Igovn-rIy IIMIIQI-, Iinlrimin RUIII, IxIauriIyn IxI.nI1. IIOIIIDIII pislurm-: I"rnuI row: Slim' I'II-IIIII-r. I.m4'I KIimgzmmn, SuIIy SIIIIZIIIIIII, Inna- II4-IIV4-I, Ifmnu-s S1-IIuriwI. III-Ilv XYumII1.nnx. II,II.Im... I- rII-N, Sm- Ilrinnu. ixIi1I4II4' row: Iqnnniv I'c'rvi1I.I, NIIIH III-Ivn Ilippvll, BIIIYIIIIII' IIIIIIIIIIIIII, Nilllly t2IlILfI4'y, XIIIIY Inns- I'r4-my-r, SI1.lnul In-nu-ll, FII:-ru ' , ' 5niImrI, Il.IIriIi.n InIuiaI-, I7:nIrisi.u SHUI:-r, xlrs. NIIII-Q, sponsor. I rurx xIiIInr II uulh I'rxin XIIHII XIII IxI4r Ibn I NllIInillur SHIII In Iulp QI I I NIIII lu IIIIIII IIIIIIN Iu1IlIIu IIuI'If row: Iam-I I uIp. RIN-na . ', -4 - ' 1 , . . A . lv: -, nna , - -, ,I I . 1 . .Im r. . f In , . .r.I IIIIN, IvIufm IIx'1'lI1'X, IIHWI IIII seninr -teens Ijrvsirlvnl ...,g,,-.-.. IXIur4'iu IXIuIsrInI1-r vin' prvsirI0nI .....g,,v NIury I.u IXIIIII-r Svvrvlury lrvusurvr .,,,,. .IoImmm .I0rIe-s TIN- Iqirsl soviuI I-vvnl Ilor IIN' l'IllIl wus an Imig XYIPIIPI' musl nl BYTIIVIISI' I.nIw. IIN- IrucIiIi0nuI IXI0IIl1'I'IJilIILfIlIl'I' CIIHSIIIIIIS Ignnquvl was vu! joyc-II nn IDl'K'l'IIIIN'l' S. NIIHII-y nmIxinQ prnivrls II1is yvur wvrm- s0IIing shulium-ry I1-nluringg an pi4'Iur1- UI IXIIIJIJIIINW' I'IigjI1 5I'ImnI ann1I sm-IIIHQ IIN- miII4-ww-QI puinsvliius wIli4'Il IlauI Iwvn cIf'c'ura1Ii0ns ul IIII- AIUIIN-r ILIIII-IIIIIT IIilllllllt'I- IXIIIU I.ll XIIIIM, IuIlnllll.I IMI4'-. NI.uni.u NIIIINIIIII-r I'Iipp Aulu SIIIIIIIY-I:l'I'l'j'IIlIlIff Inf ilu- ,Iuln .10 IIuuN.- III II4lrIvr--Hspurlilngy flmnlf' lop pieturc: Front row: Rulll Ellen Salzman, Carol Sue Hahn. Sharon Hoyl, Caroline ciflllfflfl, l.aney fiavenrlar, Karen iller, Barham King. l'alrir'ia l.eer, .lane Ann Roocl. zxlirlrlle row: loan Ge-lx. Donna Kan' Xva ner. fxlarv ,lean Vvooflluarns, .lovre Z1-nlz, Snnclra Slllilll, Dixie llare, sxonsor, lxliss . 9 . , I XXV4'ilVl'Y, Burl: row: Palriria Vlllnovnpson. ,loyre Xvelly, Connie llleleller, Samlra Nil'lllllS, lxlurgo lxliller, lelllll llaines, lzlllll Ann fvn-4-nawall, fxlmrlolle Slimlxel, Bollonu pirlure: ljronl row: Donna Slone. l,4-Iilin Ne-ilrour, Yvonne lngle, Karole Slalmaugll. Karen lvliller, Verna fjllo. Rulry lxlullel. lean fulp, Sharon Seclxrisl. lwirlclle row: l.in1ln lones, ljegjge Laliins, lxlilflllil Iqlilfllllilll. Shirley lxliller, ljalriria lxlnrlin, fweril K1-Ill-y, ljllfllllly lvlery. lfocle row: Carole Annolrl, Aniin llooxer, Nlarguerile Xxlagfner, l.orella K4-iler, fiarol Sparks, Sharon Slllflilllilll, Snell:-n llvlcl, lxlursllil Swillilrl, juninr -teens pFOSifIPlIf ...............H......,...... Dorothy Ulery Vieefpresirleni ......................... Suellen Fielcl Seerefury-Ireasurer .................. Sharon Stuelcman The Junior Y-leens mel every other Tuesday in room 202. Dorothy Ulery was program chairman and Sharon Hoyt was song leacler. The lorty-Five memhers had several projeels lor the year. One ol the projeels was to malie a scarl ancl send it to ljheria. ancl anolher was to help some ol the neecly people in Nappanee. Easl Side Groeeryf-'Qualify Foods and Meals Rolrinson and Gerliey 56EflSl'llCll Inc.--Phone ST f.f.a. The sixteen memhers of this year's chapter of Future Farmers planted, raised, harvested. and soid forty acres of corn, making a suh- stantiai profit. They held the parent- son hanquet in Niarch anti competed in the district F.F.A. contest. John Stahiy won the title oi Hcounty Corn King oi 1054-3'1" flther ofhcers were James Xveicty. sentinel. and John Vvinethani, re- porter. President ..... George Reed Vice-presiflenL-Robert Buss Secretary ....... .iohn Stahiy Treasurer ..... Edwin Berger f.h.a. The Future iiomemaicers oi America had thirty-two memhers who met every other Tuesday and heiri severai parties during the year. This year they worked towarfi the honor chapter requirements which would give them state recognition. Aciciitionai officers were Thelma Rose, reporter: Sharon Jensen, song iearier: Saiiy Stoucier. historian: hiariiyn Lehman, pariiamentarian. president ..... Mary Jane Buss Vice-president---Saiiy Stouder Secretary---iwarjane Huffman Treasurer--- ---iviartha Huff O. N. I-cntz, D.D.S,--l54V2 East Niaritet Street Mothers Ice Cream--Edward I-undul ,:l'Olll TUIUZ Rtiljeft I5l1SS. DFI!!! tillip, .IKIIIIUS Nxytliliy, ililui I,tlfkS, Idlfry XNVNQYIUF. Miriziie row: Mr. Copeianri, advisor: Rohert iiainc-s. Eciwin Berger, .iohn Stahiy, Wfiiiiillll iN1ilI'iillCiiliP, ,llliln xhlillfliliifli. Top rzmw Larry iVicDonai1i, Stanley Rhine, George Rec-si, XVaynm- Brom-ic. Kenneth Young. Front row: hiariiyn Lehman, Dorothy iviartin, The-hna iviiiier, Vomia Los:-0, ciit'lltitl Dunlph. l.f'0'i"l HHl1?y', .loan Nk'VVf0llN'f, ixlilfillil iilln., ixiilfiilllt' iillnlllilli. Miclitiff row: Nancy Cluigiey, hiary .lane i:ft'llQt't', Patricia fort, Shirley fvhupp, .ivan Swihurt. Kay Stoucier, Carol VV:-iriy, Patricia Ile-terse-n, ijnfia Housouer, Sally Stonzier, Mrs. iioiier, advisor. Top row: hiary June Buss. Sharon .im-nsen, Patricia Tohias, .lutiith Swihart, Doris Buisiey, Dililla HilWiSy, Frilellilil Rose, .llllltl iPil'hZt'i, illldiiil KZILIYIVIHZIII, liiiE'll c'iliiillllit'l". SI Slcuuling: fnrol Sue Halen, Voncla Sue l,osee, .lanel Culp, Tlwlnm Rosa-, lxliss NV:-nu'-r flarol .lunv Nliller, Louise- llerslilmergffr, Sally Sloucler, lvlarilyn Lelinmn. Linda Housuucr. Sealed: Domlliy Ulery. Standing: lVlr. lVlcGrew, sponsor: .loel Mellinger, Vvade Plc-iller, Harold Hartnnan, Harvey Cliupp, lfflflif' l'lund, Donnie George. Soulful: Donnulxelle Rensln-rger, Sllaron Jensen, Reimer-1-it Farrell, Nancy Quigley, lvlary .lano lfrengor, .loan Newcomer. Janet lVlcFall. 52 librarians Tllese girls llelped students lincl lmoolcs, information lor re- ports, and tried to lceep tlwe li- lorary neat and orderly. Eacli lilararian worlced one lmour daily under tlie supervision ol lvliss Vveuver. il.l:.e. Llnder tlle new llillllf? ol Di- versified Co-operative Education. tlle old D.O. program continues, directed lay lvlr. NlcGrew. to pre- pare students lor their occupa- tions. Tlwey receive first-lwand ex- perienfe from tlieir individual jolms. plus sclmool Credits and an income. Stale Banlc of Nappunee-lVlemlzer of Federal Dep. lns. Corp. glee lzluh Tin: 103-I-Ti srixooi your snw lilo riuorus iwc'on'u' in giris' give ciuir ami time iioiiowing ofiivvrs wvrc cis-cleci: Prvsirlvnl ....,......... Pc-gjge Arcim x7il'0'lJl'0Si!1l'lll .-....... i .eoln Haney Sovrvlaryflrvnsuror ....... Sue- Grimm liirrurinn .......,,.... Sniiy Stoucier Pianisl ........... ixinrjunc Huffman A lripic- lrio sang all various Cily Ciuims iilfllllgfil lin- your and wcnl to time Norlilern inriinnn Solo nmi Ensvnlimie Conlesl, imringing imric many iniggii iionors. Tim ciuix also sang itor liw rI4iIill1iiSLfiVillg, Cilrishnus, ami Easier programs. Top pidurv: cvilhfili fiin-rlnr: ixirs. R1-inn-r. Q. Hollum picture: Acxrornpnnisls: iViurjnnc iiuiinmn, K1-niyn Cuiiaecic. Front row: ixinrjum- iiuiinmn, .ivan Swiimarl, Sancirn Nvllrour, Sniiy Sloucier, Nornm Siu-vis, Pegg:- fxffil. Axiicifiiv row: Fin Rm-iurvr, .iuciilii Swiimrl, .ioimnnn Jerivs, Fmncvs Scciirisl, Suiiy Siulznmn, Pnlriciu Toimins, Sum- firimm. Baci: row: Ln-uhm iinnvy, ixiury Eiicn Hnii, Cami Andrews, Linciu lli0ifiIl'l', Pnlririu Rolla, Airimy L00 liUSSi1'I'. Slnlc Bunk oi Nuppuncc--fivlcnuiwr of Federal Reserve Sysiem 53 Aitimough practicing in a building different from previous years, the iaanci continued to ioiiow tracti- tion by presenting the Christmas and the iwiotimers' Day concerts, attending contests, ami traveling' to perform in several otiier cities wiiiie on tileir sciieduieci trips. The officers and ciass representatives oi' tire imamt council anci iwir. Coleman. ciirector. supervised ati business and pianneci tire trips. Mr. Paul Coleman, director. seninr First row: Norma Streets. Atari Xviit, Betty Vvoociimrns, Rosemary Fiiiic-r, Anita Hoover. Second row: Siiaron Jensen, Marilyn ixinrtz, Ciara Rae Vvaiters, Connie Fervitia, Nancy Pele-rs, Noel U1-urge, Donna Stone. Jeanette Ervin. Tirirri row: Cami Sue Haiin, Riciiarri Coppes. Siririey iwiitter. Rutti Eiien Saiznian, ,lane Ann Roori, imtitia Ne-ttrour. tjmta Jones, Patricia Snicter, Cami June Miiier, Katiiieen Haiin, Joyce Vvc-ity, Donna Kay Vvagner. Fourth row: Beveriy George. Ronald Fields, Vvayne Brock, Eitrtie Foster, tftiwin Berger, .lan fiuip, ifrtiiii- fwonitms. XVaiIvr Frenger, Raipii Finic, Freci Hunsimerger, James Fieicis, .terry Gansiiorn. Fiftii row: ixiary iru iviiiier, Janet Kiingalnan, Sue Init-'iL'ilt'I', Patricia Felliil, Larry Xvagnc-r, Ni-it Hoover, inweii i"ipporigvr, Kciiier. Sinmiingx Dnniei Hush-ller, ifiiwxin Berger, .lllllll IllllllIllt", ijmin Pielrira-r, Airiry Lee iiussier, SIINHUH ljieimi, Rnnniii ifiuiiis, Roselnnry Biiiivr. Seuivri: Nnrvnn Sin-1-ls, ijnlrifin Ieilill. xxyilylll' Brock, iIillll1'!4 XX muiimllls. Tire ciuss representatives of tile imnci counrii were Vvnyne Brock, senior: Eciwin Berger, junior: rioiin Hummel. sophomore: and Roimerl ix"iClD0l1iliCI, iresiirnan. fjiiilicers were Daniel Hosleller, presicienl: Jarnes xN,00dilFlIT1S, vice-presicient: Norma Siweels, sevrelary: Patricia Rolil, irensurer. hand l'irxI rnw: Allin' i.:-e iinssier, Inn:-l fuip, Narnia Lee Lnpp, i.in4in l,l1'i4"ll'I', ixinrrin ixiulsrinier, Svvnrni row: fionnin- iinesier, Dnnnn SlliIl4'illl1'f'. .loimnnn .ic-ries, ilnrnliny Uiery, iinrixnrn Slariniy, .iulnes Vvnmiimlns. Tlrini mm: Sniiy Siulznmn, Km-niyn cNilHN'1'k, i'i-gge Arrir, Cvinrin Bc-eziey, i.nnnne im-r, Suv firinnn, .inmiy Rose, Sue-iien iivimi, ixinry iivivll iiippvll. ijnnrlir row: Xviiiinrn Kl'iIvl'f, Unniei iiosh-ii:-r, .ioirn iiunnnei, Russeii iiepier, Vviiiiaun K1-miuii. Sue ixiuriimiuiv, ixiirinu-I Prine, firria XVomiirznns, Duvimi Slnnps, xvilllll' impp, ixizrrinn ixiiiier. lfiflir rnw: Dnxici Anil, lqlilill i.1-innnn, Ninrjnm' Huiinnrn, 55 napauet tmnginutive artists. tirete-ss ptmtogru- ptmers. ftcve-r tzusinc-ss nmnugers. unct iourf natists wtlo trivct lo express. not impress. werv ttw memtx-rs ot' ttlis yi-urts unnunt slutit-. Ttwy onty tmpv ltml you. ttlv rvucte-r. witt vnjoy ttlis mmuut as lllllftl us ttlc-y umt ltn-ir uct- visors cnjoyvct treating il. tailllvs tiitvra lfmtitor ...,...,........ ,, ,.........,.... , fwfr vititnr .......,,,..,,...,,...,,.. fxtam in Ntutpi tit:-r '5tlStlll'SS ANltllIlIHl'f ...,,....,....,..., t tnmtnt t turtlnun Asst. Hua. iNltllHlgll'V'- ...,,....,...,. IRIIIIP5 Xvomttlulllw w ' ttnllllit' t'vrVictu funiur tlctitur ....,.........,........, funior tins, lxiruluyrfr ,....... ..,....A.. t 'tuitip t.1-tunnn xtrl tfrtiturs-- tzmit 1- Stix tmm-N Ri-4-ct , Nturcin txtulsrtuta-r, .IRHIIPS tfitz-rs, Cnnniv tit-rvimtn. Slmrh lqlimrf---------P--XRNWN lymuk 'NWN hmm fxlllllllli ....... - .... Doris ttunstu-rgvr, t'rnnu-s SK'ltlfiSt putt-rutur ..............,. Nurnm Stwm-ts. tjntririn Rott: lttmtogruptu-rs .......,.... P1-ggv Anti, ttryu- Stiltbillllftl ztttvisors ........ txtin ttmnt-r, txtr. XY1-ttrttv, Ntrs. Rmut Top pirlurv: Slumtiny: txtarjurln' Illlttt-llliill, ,taum-Q Re-mt, Pntririu Ruttn, txtief ttnmvvr, Xvnwn- ttmutt. Norman Stn i-n- ls, tjmtau t't1-titwr, .tnme-s lnntis. Svutmtz Ntnry ,tune Buss, Stmrun .tensm-n. Pa-gigs Anti. Bryn- Stutmugtn. tnlm-r tvtt pivturc: Business txltlflllgt-'FS'-'ptlttilj I.PtlllliiIl, .tmllvs Vvuocttmms. Str. XY4-ttittc-, ttnrutit ttnrtmam. iiuwvr rigtxt pifturv: ztrt Eztitors -1 tvtrs. Rooct, James Re-ent, Janice Stiutiet. t 55 IYJ0l'ltt0Ili Ptumtring' unit ttf-.ating-IOS XV:-st Rnnmtntptn StI'P1't-'t,,tl0l1f' IR Ni-utmulsvr ttutctn-ri4w-"Good I,ur'tc" fwfnirtee dmuudml Co-operalion lnrom lilly-nine memhers ol lllf' .lournalism Cluh has resulted in an oui- slanciing high school mimeographecl news- paper, D'BUl.l,DOG. The stall ancl aci- visors worlu-cl long anti lahoriously lo ciis- lrihulc lo lhe stucivnls and leathers each anxiously awailecl hi-monlhly issue. lfriiior ,..... --------Alary livin-n ljippvn Fo ofiiior ..... .......,...... l lalricia Sniflvr irvuiurv iffiiiors- .... ,lamvs lfilvrs, Linfia Plf'lflll'I' Sports ifciiior--- .................... Alan VVill ikiusiir lfciiior .... ...u... I ......... lx larrtia lxlulsrhlr-r l Ari limiilors .......... H1-vvry Cie-orgv, Donna SlIlllt'iIlll'l' , I I . , Spuvial f'oiumnisi .................. IHIIIPS Xvoocllimus lxlmy Hpllln Plmwn' Pnlmm Nmlvr Sponsor ........... .... .......... IN l rs. Lucy lxlilvs l,TUlllH'iiUll, Mllllllfjl'F-- .... lxlr. Harvey ljoslnm Top lfivlurvz lfiliiors --f Siumiing: Alan Vvill, lvlary ll:-lvn Pippvn, lxlrs. ixlilvs, pauiriria Snirli-r, l,0Sllllil, lim-vvrly Us-orgu .lanu-s ifi 1-rs. Nuiimi: lvlarria Nlulsmlile-r, l.inrla l,ll'il'lll'I', Donna Suilwinu-r, i,1lllll'S Xxlllllllllilllli liolium piriurv: Sialill-Siumiingr Philip l.f'llIllilll, Bryn- Slilliillllfll, lfmliliv lfosh-r, lxlary l,u lxlillvr, .laili Arnull, Xvalh-r liorwin, .lmlinh Swiharl. S1-uhfziz .lnnirv Sliflu-l, Pegga- Arrli, Johanna .ii-ries, Norma Sliccls. Zilialc Ford Sales-1159 South Main Stn'-cl 57 Bois Cnllnncier-'insurance Agency ,Q fr? an " ' 'ls 5 li 5 x . 5 S E W K . ,qi wi KW' XV 3 :?vf .Q, w QE5E an gt iff QE E 77 8 GNL 231 7 VARSITY TEAM Firsl row'-I., In R.: ilixiiip i.:-innnn, ilnui ifuiingvr. Eciciie Fosicr, .iunws i,anlis, Ainn Vfiii, .iznnes Rami, Efiwin Bvrgf-r, irrf-ni iimiu-rl. Vunrc Lupp, .iznnvs Spiviwr, Sc-wrui rum: Mr, funruci, Ronnici irieicis, ,imm-5 Brunso, Kvnnf-iii slump, Micimzuvi Prim-, Terry Haney, Virlor Niiiicr, Vvuile-r fiurwin, Rimimrri Xvrigiii, Dzll1iei Huslfflh-r, ixir, Conrlm-y, IIFZIKI i7ontiwaiic'nm'i1. rrhifil l'lYll'Z YIiiIUlllilS tiflllfilli, cwill'iS NXYUUCHIEIIIIS, Nxiiiiiillll ixiilrlillllillln, .IEIIIIPS NrX'i00CiiliIlllF, i4yit' iiilii, Iilidif' iiililli, 'VITY IQFPIL iykllll Ixnlriii, XxiiUTl'll l5l'Ul'i'i, lilly igfllfk, XNiiIiil'i'li ief'l1Sl!?l'Ql'l'. fnnthall SECOND TEAM First row-ii.. I0 RJ Joixn Kcnriaii, Larry Riiey, .iznnes Fic-iris, Dilw'i1i Cieycr, Roger Evans, .iznnvs Hmnsiwr, Harry Hoofi, Daniel Sinimugii, D1-nnis Downs. V 50601111 row: .lililll Siiiiliy, Gunn iieciimnan, Larry Cripv, Nviiiiam Slourivr, iluilll linwiey, .IHIIIPS Sloucivr, Eriwnrri Keiln, Gvraiti Binllcrn, Larry Luicins. 60 Kacy's Deluxe Motor Series'-'Desoto S' Plymouth 1954-55 fnuthall schedule Nuppnnvz- I0 -- .....,.... Knox 0 Nnppmwf- I0 ,..,.. Qlillllllllllil City 0 Nnppmwc- IAI -- -- Vvnrsnw I3 Nuppunc-v 24 -- --- Howe 0 Nnppunvv il -, -- Rorlmsler 0 Nuppmwv 0 .... - Aulxurn I 3 Nnppnm-1' 0 -- --- l,lyITl0lllll 0 NiljJllillIl'C' if ,- -5- Kvnclnllville 6 'llolnls I 32 .32 Xvon T l.osl l qu, hullilnqs, qu! hil that line! Unclor llm vi-ry fnpnlmlv clirvvlion ol' Confli llolm Courlnvy, llm llullclogs pro- clurvrl llw mosl sllrrvssllll lffnm in Nap- llillN'f'lS lmislory. Xvinning svvvn gznnes. wlnilv losing only om-, llxis yi-urls leunl svl an lliglx goal lor llulurv lf'ilIllS. l.osl lay Qrmlunlion will lm Alun VVill. Ronnlcl Fil-lcls. .lmnc-s Rf-ml, Daniel Hos- lvllvr, Virlor lxlillvr. Paul llnrlxs. Paul llolingvr. Lyle Hull, .lennf-s XX!00ClllillTlS, anncl .lmnvs l.unlis. Paul llolingvr :nuclei All-Slnlv lourlll lvenn, wllilf- Dun lloslvllvr uncl Rirll Xvriglll rvc'c'iv1-rl ll0ll0l'illJlf' llll"llllOll. Top pirlllrv: Riill Xvrigjlul uirrivs ilu- lvull in lln' Knox gaunv. lllirlfllr' pivlurv: Ronniv lsivlfls mlmsvs in Xvnrsanx Imll ulrrivr, llollorn pirlnrv: ln ilu- lmlllm' uuuinsl Xvnrsam l,lnnny lluslvllu-r cnlrlu-5 an pass, Km y's Dm-luxe Flolur Sales-Simloir l'rmlncl5 first team Seetionnt CI1ampsII This vear Comix Guy Conrad and his serapny Buttrtogs came IIITOUQII witI1 one ot time Iyest seasons ever witnesseft Imy Napmimanee Higti Srtioot. PFIIP Buttctogs trouncect Ettctwart twice in one senson, wI1icI1 Ims never Iuetore tween ctone. Even with a tleigtlt Imnctieup ttie Butt- ctogs stiowect ttieir opnonents ttlat Imeigftit wnSn't everyttiing. It titties team wortc. team Iigtit, anct a Iot ot team spirit. Ttiis yearns team excettect in att ot ttiese quantities nmt il Iot more. Conqrututntions to ttme team nnct itu- vouvti tor at very Iiine joint FI-'Ile seniors Iost Idy gractuation were AI Xvitt. Paut Partcs. Ronnie Fietcts. .tim Vvoocttiams. I.yIe anct Dun Hostetler. varsity schedule 1954-55 Nappanee 67 --- M- Vvatcarusu 23 Ixtappanee 57 -- ...... Xvarsaw '25 Ixtappanee 43 -- ........ Gostif-rl 34 Nappiirlee 66 -- --- Cotumtvia Citv 65 Ixtuppanee 86 -- ...A.... Coneorct 64 Nappanee 62 -- -- Ivtactison 36 Naplpariee 40 -- --- .... Bremen 50 Nappanee 73 ............. Roctiester 54 HOLIDAY TOURNEY Nappanee 40 ............... Gostien 30 Nnppanee 37 -- .... Coturntoia City 42 Nalmyaanee 67 -- -- Vvastnington Ctav 40 Ivappanee 68 --- ...,..... Ptvmoutti 30 Nznymlailnee 54 -- .... Ettctiart 52 Napgaanee 70 -- ..... Syracuse 50 Nappnnee 7I -- --- Nexv paris 52 Nappanee 4I -- ...... Bremen 38 Nappanee 51 -- -- Kenctnttvitte 47 Ixtappanee 60 -- ........ Xvatcarusn 66 NHIJIJHHPC 76 -- ..........,. Cutver 36 Iwappanee 75 ...... Nortti Iytanctiester 50 SECTIONAL PTOURNIQY Nappunee 48 .........,..... I1IIcImrt 41 Nuppanee 53 -- ...se Ixtirtcttetpury -I5 Nappanee 56 ............. Vvatmrusu 30 REGIONAL 'IqoURNEY Nappnnee -I0 ............ Ixtistmwntan 52 Totnts I428 I ION Average 30.30 '16.I7 Vvon 20 Lost 'I I,ilUI l,ilfk5, .Iiltltl'5 NXYOUKIIIHIIIS. Vunre I.upp, I-yIe I'InII, Ronutit I'4ieICIS. Dania-'I Hosts-tter. Rirtmrmt xfxyftgtlt, Atun Xvitt. U:-ratit Ivtuttern, I.zxrry Imtiins, tittctie Itimmt. xtutsrtitn-r Brottrers Cmnpnny-I'urlu Bit! Kitftmn Furniture Ixllllsnlllc-r Hmllwrf Kqmulmny-l'ul'fu Hill Kihllvlz liurni Lumix In flux' finnrml. varsit llaskelhall Xlr. ivunrml, umsll, nm' lllmil lxlllllzull, shulvnl lllillhlg1'l'. In llnc Regional ilu- Bullmlogs plnyvml om- ul' Illcir bfrsl gaunvs of ilu: svusun, only lo luv lwulc-n lxliSIlilXX'illikl in za llnrinillg' ova-rlimv Q'ulllt'. 32 10. A mlvvisivv IIIOIIIUIII in 1110 NflIlfHllH'1'TxIiNIlilXVi1Ii5l Qmnv lure 65 unso scores against lfltillarl, Front row: lfdclie Foster, Larry tVlcDonalft, Jan Culp, Gerald tvlallern, Eddie Hand. IEUCIZ YOIUJ CUIITHJ, C0ilL'll1 xA'YilI'l'f'Il BFIDFIC. C3lll'lS XAIOUCHIRIIIIS, Yl4ll0lllZlS COIIIRKI, James Brunso, Larry Lalcins. s H IJ n n d t e a m Nappanee 24 ............. Vvalcarusa 30 Nappanee 24 -- ....... Vvarsaw 39 Nappanee 31 -- .......... Goshen I9 Nappanee 44 --- --- Columhia City 32 txtappanee 40 -- ...... Concord 37 Nappanee 36 -- --- Nladison 32 Nappanee 33 -- .......... Bremen 29 Nappanee 52 ............. Rochester 4l Nappanee 42 ...... Vvashington Clay 23 Nappanee 36 ............. Plymouth 38 TOURNEY Nappanee 24 ............... Bremen 1 tvappanee 40 .............. txladison 41 Nappanee 34 -- -- Elkhart 42 Nappanee 23 -- .... Syracuse 26 Nappanee 34 -- -- New Paris 30 Napymanee 40 -- ..... Bremen 28 Nappanee 44 -- --- Kendaltville 34 Nappanee 32 --- ....... Vvalcarusa SI Nappanee 39 -- ............ Culver QI Nappanee " ...... North Ntanchesler 33 4.1 The Bulldogs' second team showed much promise for next year in compiling' a I2-8 marlc. This team. heing much taller than those ol the past. should he atole to the gaps lelnt hy the graduation ot six taoys from the lirst team. 64 lsalmellcfs Slloppe-Larlies' unit c'lltl4Il'PIl'S Apparel and Gifts Nliller Lumber and Coal Co.-For Good Coal, Phone 137 n-men's lzluh I,l'l'Silll'lli ,,,,,,.,,,,,, Ixiilll Xviil x'il'l'lH'1'SilI0lIi .,,., Ronanici Fiviris .qt'l'l'l'flIl'V ,,.,g, .iunws XX'V00fiililI1lS ilirvusm-or ,,,,,,,.... ,imm-s iimlz iiiin- nwmin-rs ui N-Nix-nqs fiiuim am- Iimsm- .nlilivlvs Wim imw- l'ill'lN'1i an ivllvr in an spurl. During flcloiwr liwsv 'buys ami lilvir cinlvs nllvmic-ci an wivm-r runs! iwici ui ixir. Con- r4lli.S iNHlll'. iiiiwir ixusinvss proic-rls imiucivci sviiingj iiuiixiug pins. iiu-nw piuh' f'lllili1'lllS, sliviwrs. ammi pimlurc-N ni lin- imsiu-limii ivaun: lilvy ili5U H1'lIll'l'li 'ill' SINHISUFS IUI' iill' iHlSiil'li7ilii DTOQTJIIIIS. Xxiiiil pricim- liwy I0lH'illfif'1i liwir se-conci ye-nr us an fini: wilil limv unmmi imnqucl ul winirin an musl Yilillililil' sr-nior pianyvr lropily wus .nwnrcic-ri ami Cilfil scnior rcccivcci un iltllltrr iilfiivi, Slumiinyf Aiun Xviil, Lum-s I.illlii5. S1'1li1'llf inillvs Xvnmi- ilfllll'-, RUIIEIIQI i'i4'i1is. irrsl mu' i.nm-N Xxiumiilnllu, Rmmi1i iiviiix, Dnllivi iinslx-Ilvr, xvaliivr fiuruin, Virlor Niiiix-r, if-rrx R4-mi. xxiurrvll iirmii. Vml l'.rL . . N S1'rmulrnia'. xir, linnrmi, Npmimrg fivmiii ixinlln-rn, Xxiiiirwi R4'llsiH'fL1l'f. i1Illll'N i..enlis, i.um-s iirunw, ififimni Xyrigiil. i.ii1- i'.1ui iiniingjl-r. ifiivinl row: Drnmiui XXV:-.nn-r. iulluw R1-4-li, ifaiciiv ixnslvr, .imix rxrnwll, iiiliiip I.4'llIll-Ili, Ixiilll Xviil, iivrrx' iiulwx, i'i4iw.lr1i Kvilll. Xinllu' impln, iyanili fifwvr im. EEE, P i ,.. Us-ini: Sllllliiy fin-fiilvluifulw nm, liurm Supplivs hi J. R. .Xrnoll E5 Suu Dixiv llurv, llulririn Snirlvr, Blury llvlvu lllllllvll, llnlririu Rolla. Nlnry Hr-lon l,ipps'n, Dixif' Ham-, ljnlririu Snirlvr, Ilillflflil Rolls. cheerleaders flur C'll0l'I'll'llil1'l'S lllis yvnr. Pnl Rolll. llulclr l,ippf-n. llnl Sniclvr, zmcl Dixie Hare. we-rc lhuur lmrclwnrlaing girls wlm conlinu- ously pralvlifc-cl zmcl pc-rlf-Ulf-cl llwir yvlls. ln orflvr lo nrllievv an lwller organizcfl lll1'l'I'lllLf lmloclx lllvy iniliale-cl nncl supcr- visa-ml u llullrlog "llc-pu Clulw wlrose mcmlwrs sul in ilu- sauna- svrlion ol lllf- gymnasium. wore- lmluv uncl wlmilv. zmcl pnrlifipulecl in llle ya-lls. Xvllile nllvmling lllc- Clwcrlenclinmg Con- l'1'H'lH'l' ul lmliunu University ilu-y Lfol itleus lor many ol llw clever new yells llwy usvcl. QN0llLfl'2lllllklll0IIS lo llle-se girls lor tlmeir lCklClllIQ' nlmilily llll'0ll,Q'll viflory ancl cleleal. 410 Yilrvnus Sl:-r-l llI0lllIl'lS--,JllflVllllll lfnunwl Prozlucls .NW ,Q lfirsl row: llnulim- Kvm-l, Susun N4-iln-rl, 'llvrry llippr-ngjm-r, Kun-n fleurs:-, Slmmu lnglv, Sun- llippm-nggvr, l,u Ann Xvyumn, 1 Yvnnm- lnglu-, flunnim- llaum-y, Xvilmu tl0lll'IlllRlYl'I', Susan rlln-rnplm-lun, lurtiu lNllllS1llll'l'. SUVIIIIII row: ljntrieiau l'1-I4-rm-ll, llvlnrvs Xvzulr-, ljntsy llorl, lvnilio llillx-r, ljnrlu llvltliillllilll, .lnnvl lxlrlfull, Sully Slouclz-r, anulran Smillu, l.nrn-Ilan Kvils-r, flonniv lllvlrlwr, lxlrs. Sln-vis, spunsur, Tlriral rmvg Nlnrisnlllv Km-I71-l, lnyu- Z1-ntl, cllurn Ran' xNl2llll'l'S, llulrimiu lxlurlin, lum' llc-lllvl, llvgfgfr' l.ulxins, lxlanry ,ll'illl Q Xvomllmllls, .lllllilll llwllll, .llnlilll xlilfllll, ljuris llnlslvy, l.imli1 Rvvrl, Carol lxlillvr. girls' athletic assnniatiun ,llnly lxlnrlin, Yunnlv lngle-, flqurul lum- lxlillvr, lllnrn Rm- Prvsirlvnl ......... .lluly lxlnrlin 'f Vin' prvsirlvnl .g.. Yvonnv lngflv Xvnll - 4. mlimlupulis Engrauiug Cu, lnc. Umigrwrs mul lfngrcwers of Yvarlnuules Sv1'r'vlr1r'y---Clam Rm- Xvnllvrs Trvrxsurvr .... Carol .lunr Milli-r ' - -.. '. . hllw IQJ-1-J: vanlvuclnr wus llllvfl XN'Illl :nanny nrlivitivs lor fv.A.A. IlI9llllN'I'S. IIN srlwclulv invluclcrl suclx sports us soltlmll will-ylmll. lmsliffllmll. lmclminton. tum lmling. nncl lmowling. Fivc- girls nllvmlvrl an volleylmll pluycluy ul lfllclmrt in Dc-rc-all lwr mul in ilu' spring llwre- wvrv tuurnu ments in volleylmll. lmslcvtlmull. nncl lmwl ing. Tlw unnuul lmunquvt wus lwlll ut ills vnrl ol tllv svllool yvur. all NYllll'll limi merit letters nnfl pins were uwurclvcl. 67 l:Y'UlIl fUll'I l'.fl'1l l'lllK'lil'l'l, VI4t'fl'y Illlllvy, l.l"llllli'il'l, IHIIN-'S Rl'E'll, Flflilll' l:USlPf, Dflllillll NXVf'i'IYl'I', Rlty ISFOIIC. S4'l'Ullll Y'0ll'j .IND iillllt, l,yllx liiill. .IHIIIUS l.ElllllS, .IFSSP l's1'l'QPl', Aliln Nxyllllf'l' ci0l'VVln, .lillltl lllglt'. rlllllftl l'Ull'J XIHINC l.tlllll, ,IilIltk'S ISYHIISU, Xrvlfltbl' lxlllllaf, .IRIIIIPS NXYUUCHIEIIIIS, 'Jiffy lilliltli, tlllflS Nxytitlflllklllli XNVRIITPII liftlfli, Xx'1'SIl'y llullsvll, Xxl1'llv0l'll, ftlkull. llrnle row: Rimlmrll Xxlriglul, fit-ralml lxlattern, .lunior Yoclr-r, Russell Ervin, Ronalil lfielqls, Daniel Hnstetter, lftlwin Berger, lfmlclim: llilllll. Ronnie liii-ltls, .lnlln lngjle, .lim Xxv0lllllltlllt4 .lim l.antis, l.yI.- ttitll, Dun llostelter An. , 08 track Tllis yearls learn provecl to lJe one ol tlme lrest in recent years. Vvell lvalancecl. ancl vapalule ol placing men in every event. tlris yearls squacl set tl1e state vliampionsliip as its goal. ln Inst years sectional Nappanee plafecl lour luoys. Rift, Vvriglmt in tlie IOO. .lesse Berger in llle mile. .lim Vvooclliams in tlue lligli liurclles, anal Ronnie Fielcls in llle pole vault. Ronnie also travelecl on to lnclianap- olis to Compete in tlme slate meet. 1955 track schedule lxlarelt 2.5 ........c............. Qulver April 3 --NValcarusa-.limtown-lNlidcllelJury April I2 .............. Roclrester-Bremen w April I0 --- ........... Qounly lxleet April 23 --- .......... Goslwen Relays April 27 -- --- Freslirsopll County lxfleel April 30 --- .......... Kolcomo Relays play 2 -- ........... Goshen lxflay 6 -- --- Roclwesler Relays lwlay 9 -- ............. Plymoulli lwlay I3 -- ..... Sectional lEllcl1arti Nlay 20 -- -- Regional llrort Nvaynel lwlay 28 -- .... Slate llnclianapolisi nhs track records The lollowing school records are those established up to, hut not including, the 1955 track season: Time or Events 100 yard dash ..... 220 yard dash ..... 440 yard dash ..... 880 yard run ..... Mile run ...... 220 low hurdles-- 200 low hurdles-- 180 low hurdles-- 42" high hurdles--- 39" high hurdles--- Shot put .--.----- High jump -.--- Broad jump ---- Pole vault ----- Mile relay .--.- S80 yard relay -... 2-mile relay .-----.- Holders .Richard Vvright ----- ----Gene .lohnson----- ----Harold Copsey---- ----Charles Pletcher------- -----.Ronald Miller----------- ----lra Phillips--Fred l-opp---- ,---George Price------------ .James W00dllBmS ..... ----Beherald Pinkerton--- ----.lames Woodhanns- ----Hubert Johnson--- -Everett Rummell ---- ----Wendell lVletzler.----- -- ---------- ----Chsrles Lehman------------------------- ----Harry Tobias, lra Phillips, Gerald Stahly. Distance When and Wlrere :10.55 ------- --- :23.5 ----- :55.4 -----2:07 -----4:47.7 --- :27.4 ---- :26.5 ---- 122.8 ---- :17.1 ---- 116.2 47r6vr 5:1011 21160 1 1'0" Harold Umhaugh ----.-----..--------..---.----- 3:40 ----Harold Copsey, James Green, George Price, Arthur Sharp -----------------------------.--.. 1:37.2 .Alan Will, Donald Weaver. Gerald Matlern, Jesse Berger .----.--------.--.--..--------.--.. 9:16 70 yard high hurdles ---- ----- -.l ames Woodhanns- ---- :10.0 ftriall 120 yard low hurdles .--- ---- R ichard Wright -.---.----------------- --- 214.8 fttiall 4-110's sprint relays--- ---- Alan Wilt, Walter Corwin, Eddie Hand, Richard Wright .-----.-------.---------- --- :47.7 Sprint medley Alan Wilt. Walter Corwin, Victor Miller, 1440-220-110-110, --- ..... .Richard Wright- ..... .......................... 1 :43.7 Stuttle hurdle ---- --.-. -R onald Fields, Walter Corwin. Eddie Foster. James Woodhams ---------.--..--------.--....- :53.2 iunolliciall Medley Donald Weaver, James Reed. Victor Miller, 1880-440-220-2201 --- -.-- Philip Lehman --------.---------.-.----- ----- 4 :15.8 lunollticial Gerald lvlattern, Daniel Hosletter, Lyle Hall, Shot putters relay -.-- ---.- -.l ames l-antis -..---------.-...--..-----------.-. 1122.5 funolllicial 1954 1951 1939 1940: Elkhart QNIHSCJ 1952 1930 1939 1954 1937 1954 1942: E. chicago QNIHSCJ 1942 1948. 1932. 1928. 1939 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954 1954. 195-1. Columhin City Columhia City Elkhart , Goshen 1county meetl -1932. Elkhart Elkhart Plymouth Elkhart fsectionall Elkhart Elkhart Elkhart Gary QNIHSCJ Elkhart Elkhart Rochester Lakeville Lakeville Goshen Relays Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester 1954 TRACK LEITER WINNERS: Jesse Berger, Walter Corwin. Ronald Fields, Eddie Foster, Terry Haney. Wesley Hansen. Daniel Hostetter, Philip Lehman. Vance l-opp. Gerald Mnttern. Victor Miller, James Reed, Donald Weaver, Alan Wilt. .lnmes Woodhams. Richard Wriglrt. The following track records have been hroken this year: .lim Woodhams-f :22.1 in l-ow Hurdles at Goshen, lVlay 4, 1955. Old Record 1-1 :22.S set hy .lim Woodhams in 1954. Ronnie Fields -- 11'6" in Pole Vault at Kokomo, April 30. 1955. Old Record- l1'0" set hy Charles Lehman in 1932. Sprint Relay -- :46.5 set at Goshen, April 23, 1955- Team of Wright-Haney-Wilt-Comin. Old Record - :47.7 set at Goshen, in 1954-1 Team ol Wright-Wilt-Comin-Hand. Rich Wright ,- :23.5 in 220 at Rochester, April 12 record set hy Gene Johnson in 1951. , 1955, ties olrl 69 senior week JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Athenian Room, Hotel Ellchart, Ellthart, indiana Friday Night, May 20, 1955, at 7:00 o'cloclc. WELCOME .... ..... W alter Corwin RESPONSE ......... .......... ............ A I an Wilt PROPHECY .... Barbara Stahly. Janet lVIcFaII, Patricia Snider SPECIAL MUSIC ......................... Patricia Snider VVll..l.. ....... Kathleen Hahn, Mary Lu Miller. Connie Hossler ENTERTAINMENT .............. Vvarsaw Dramatics Clulo BACCALAUREATE First Methodist Church Sunday Afternoon, May 22, 1955, at 3:00 o'clocIc Organ Prelude ..... ....... M iss Vvanda E. Miller. organist Prncessional--"pomp and Circumstancen ............... Elgar Class ot 1955. Miss Miller, Organist lnvocation ...................... The Reverend Virgil Meyer Pastor, First Brethren Church Hymn 72--UThis ls My Fatherls Vvorldu .... The Congregation Scripture Meditation .......... The Reverend Thomas Douglas Pastor, Mt. Tabor Church of God "Bless the Lord, O My Soul" .......... Arranged lay Nordon The Metltodist Church Choir, Miss Helen Betz. Accompanist Address ........................ The Reverend Roloert Fields Pastor, Nappanee Church of God "Now Let Heaven and Earth Adore Thee" ............ Bach The Methodist Church Choir, Miss Helen Betz, Accompanist Benerliction .................. The Reverend Donald Jennings Pastor, First Metliodist Church Recessional-"The War March of the Priests" .... Mendelssohn Class ot 1955, Miss Miller, organist Organ Postlude ...... .... M iss Vvantla Miller, organist 70 SENIOR CLASS NIGHT Community Building Auditorium Tuesday Night, May 24, 1955, at 8:00 o'cloclc Opening Remarlts ..........,.,..-....... Haskell B, Oglqgrn Superintendent ot Schools UBrilliBnte" .................................. Cornet Trio Beverly George, Ronald Fields, Wayne Broclc Original Monnlogue .................... Mary Helen Pippen School Awards. Merit Awards and Honorable Mention ........ James O. Vveddle, High School Principal Kiwanis Scholarship Award .................... George Rose President, Nappanee Kiwanis Cluh American Legion Citizenship Awards ......... Arden Stutzman Agriculture Awards .................... R. Selwyn Copeland State Banlc Awards .... ........ G eorge Rose Hi-Y Awards ............................. .James Garretson uconcertinou .................................. Flute Sola Marziia Mutschler Senior Class Will ............ Sharon Jensen, Linda Pletcher Senior Class Prophecy ........ Mary Jane Buss, Diana Hawley Hltls a Grand Night lor Singingn .............. Senior Choms Judith Swillart, Frances Sechrist, Norma Sheets, Linda Pletclter, Sandra Nettrour, Johanna Jerles, Patricia Roth, Pegge Arch, James Eilers, Daniel Hustetter, Ronald Fields. James Vvooclhams, Victor Miller, Alan Vvilt. Kenlyn Calheclc. Accompanist ,YV 7, COIVIIVIENCEIVIENT Community Building Auditorium Thursday Evening, May 26, 1955, at 8:15 o'cloclc Processional-Upomp and Circumstancen ........ Edward Elgar Class ol 1955, High School Band, Paul Coleman. Director Invocation ................... The Reverend Earl L. Salzman Pastor, First Mellnonite Church "The Unfinished Symphonyuf-'First lVlovement--Franz Schulmert High School Band Address ................................ Dr. Fred E. Luchs Minister of First Congregational Church, Evanston, Illinois "Fandango" ,............................ ---Franlc Perlcins High School Band I Presentation ol Diplomas-T ........ L.: ..... Lamar S. Stoops President ot Board ot llducation Benediction .................. The Reverend Francis E. Reese Pastor, First Preslayterian Church Reressionalr-'HRecessionall' .................--... GFUDITHIHD The Graduates, High School Band Max Beery ...... Jesse Berger--- Farrel Biller ----- Barbara Coppes--- Nancy Coppes--- .loyce Culp -..--- Carole Delreese-- Donald Disher--- .lanet Fisher ----- George Fox -.---- .lo Ann Grimm--- Terry l'lamsher--- Franlc Hartman-- Wesley Hansen-- Lulahelle Hepler-- Shirley Keifer .--- Patricia Keim ..--- Kay Kendall ----- Carolyn Kern ---. l-ois l-emna .--.... Shirley l-onglielclu Shirley I-osee ----- Charles l-utes ----- Verna Mast ------ Barbara McDonalcl Wyana McDow-- Carol Ann Miller- Carol E. Miller--- Katherine Miller-- Wanda lVliller--- Harolcl Phillips--- Lamar Pletcher--- Carol Postma ----- Richard Rensherger -----. Robert Rhocles ---. Sarita Schroclc ---- l.-ois Ann Sechrist- Max Slahaugh ---- .lames Tobias-- .lohn Tobias ----- Molly .lo Tobias-- Jaclc Ulery -.---- James Warren ---- Susan Wright ---- Dixie Whitehead- Rolaert VVyman.--- I H 77 alumnl 54 Navy Home .---.-. -- Army De Pauw University --------.----- VViclmoyer's Re-l-ax-O-Products-U Beatty Memorial Hospital -.---.- Blue Bell -.--.--..-.--------- Army Mrs. Keith Sheets ------------- - -.-. Manchester College ------.----- - lncliana State Teachers College -..- lncliana University -------------- Army Manchester College .---- Mrs. Pat Johnson ------.-. City Electric Company .----- Mrs. Teal Watson -.------- lncliana University .--------- Mutschler's Display Room ---.. Fort Wayne Business College ---- Cox Coal 5- Lumber Company ---- Telephone Company ........-.- Navy ...-.-.---------------- Mrs. J. A. Newton -------.------ School superintendents Office ---. lncliana University ------------ Telephone Company ------ Milling Company -.----- University of Arizona ..--- Manchester College -.-..---- Dezary Technology lnstitute--- Home --------.----------,- Mrs. Robert Wyman --.-.- -Army Navy Bluffton College -------------.-, lncliana State Teachers College ----- Ashland College .-.....----.-.-- Rose Polytechnic lnstitute --.- Mutschler Bros. Co. .------ Mrs. Schuyler Fuller, Jr.--- De Pauw University ---- Anderson College ---- lncliana University ---- Mrs. Carol Dawalt .----- Mlltschler Bros. 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