Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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HOME ECONOMICS TIN first scmcstcr conf ccntrutcs nn umknw and thc sccund scmcstcr strcsl sus scwing, as Sandy is dcxnnnstrzning, MECHANICAL IJRAVJINC TI1111' LIIINCIISIUILII QII'-IXVIIIQ is unc of thu LccI1nic.1I sIg1IIs AIL'LILlIl'L'LI In' stndcnis cnrnllcd in the INCCIIQIIIICIII drawing CIAISS. HISTORY Nucl points mn an arm im- lx 5 SPEECH The spccclw class IXIVIIQI patted Ill thu aumtml .tctrvitrcg of thc fhtss by presenting our Christxtms prugr.1m .nt tht' First Brcthrcu Church. Mcm lt-:rs also trunk p.1rt 111 thc ,l.C.C. Qpccch contest amd in the 'flunrur Town Mccting ut' thc Arr" It-'ld at N4tpp.t11cu thus year. f Ji' Building the bod GIRLS PHYSICAL 1il5lTCrXTllwN Sturdy musulcs .uw lwlllh thruuglm the .lc KIYIIQ' III thc pliyslull cJL1c41I1nm clwscs. T110 -lrls UIIIUB' phying tmm spurw mf vullcylmll, laskvtlmll, wtrlmll. .md klcck tcnms. lmli dlml spurts as lumlwlmg, lW.lLll11lIlIOlL shufflc Ivmlxl, .md IWIIIQ pong .ur .llw .1 part uf thc Llnss prugmru. 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Athletic A very special pep session precedes the sectional tourney. After a few words by the coach, players are introduced and invited to speak briefly about their hopes for the big contest. Richard Wright, Eddie Foster, james Brunso, Vance Lopp, Larry Lakins, Gerald Mattern, and Thomas Conrad have spoken very briefly. Speech The winners of the speech contest sponsored by the junior Chamber of Commerce are be' ing presented with their awards by Mrs. Lucy Miles, First prize winner, Philip Lehman, ref ceived a radio, and pens were presented to Kathleen Hahn and Linda Chandler, second and third prize winners res' pectively. Essay Mrs. john Geyer is present' ing these students with the money and awards they won in the V.F.W. essay contest, "America, the Beacon of Hope." First prize winner, ,lohn Stahly, received a gold medal and nine dollars, Second to fifth prizes ranged from seven dollars for second place winner .lanet Culp, to one dolf lar for Mary Lu Miller, iifth place winner. Patricia Snider and Richard Wright won third and fourth places. Nappancc Lumber Ei Manufacturing Co,-Nlfrsery FIll'llifIll'l' nl" The Year's Events Tluwc .irc sonic of the t'YL'l'yLlQly things that n1..lw .1 year so IIIICITSIIIIQ. Nlr. Hartle awards Mike. Ed, and Russell trophies which they had won during the summer recreation PFOQFRIII. With the aid of field glasses. Ernie is able to see the A wide piece of adhesive tape is the only way blackboard from the back of the long drawing room. teachers can keep Jim from talking. Laney is shown in background. Larry and Russell enjoy the noon activity of ping-pong Steve. Jan. Larry. Jim. Jan. and Jack are the winners as Lcroy and Noel look on. of each class in this intramural spurt. Connie is top girl bowler. IU 'Xlclzler Shoe Clunpaiiy-l'lmsfuHu .Sfmw for Hin. Xllfhv Ilmllfv Xfvmx lm' llumzlrfx 'lirump C lt'.ll1k'TS .mtl llyurs-Qlfafllx f'lr.1r1.'1l,e 1 Chris nosvw out Harold in shi- intramural clwclwr Seniors conduct coiicvssioiis at lwaskctlvall g.lll1l'S and tourncy. wrestling lllil!Cl1K'S. x Mr. Postma awards Dave a camera for being high Barb and Jack watch as Mr. Webb awards a band magazine SJlll'Slll6lll. sweater to Walter. Seniors lvarn wl1o's who in the senior play. "Don't Barb assists Pat cnnft thi: "Machu-Ili" sit-vp walking lain- Nly PUIIIIY.-. :.4:vl1v as Phil and lfddiv look on. Md non Liimtcix flmml lim.l .lf trmrif l'rliii II 'l.lIItl'S IK. Naliw .intl St'l'Xn't'f-INN NN wt Xl.ll'lxCl Sllvrl "Don't Take M Penn I" 57 ig Fl Sally' and Marlc plan their little white cottage. Gram watches Mrs. Pringle shake an ac- rusing finger at her husband, Caleb. Krrrv as Mr. Dav and Greg: as Gloria Lovely stage a phony love scene. 1'v'nh 1' 1li1'furf', lmflum Back Row: Abby l.ee Hnssler, Russell Hepler, James Brunso, john Stahly, Lester Seniors presented at three ziet comedy on April l9 .ind ZH, ill 8:00 l,.M,, sit the Naippainee Community we -eyygt T- 1 3 x . , YM... Joanna, Greg, Penny, and Kerry leave to practice tennis. Monsieur Henri presents his models. Front Row: Sarah Lee Lopp, Philip Leh- man, Patricia Snider, Barbara Stahly, Eddie Foster, janet Culp. Shaw, Carol Miller, James Weldy, Connie Hassler, Connie Fervida, Richard Wright, l l'cnny.,. ,, ,. , , Building, 5121105 '--'fff M -- lvlzirlc ...... . . . lvlzivisv ,, Movieannid Penny aspires to play the star role in Lydm-M the movie version ot il popular novel whose author illlilllllil -...,. is segireliing the country for his idezil "Dimity Vs"est.'i the heroine of his hook. A clever puhlieity Kerry ..,,, Greg: ,....., ,,,.. Gram .,,.....,, ,,.,,. , . Monsieur Henri , , .agent has plains for ll foriner child movie star to he A Claire ..,,. .,...,.... . .. "discovered" hy the author. And the author does Elsie ,,,, , choose .1 star for his wlai ' hut the girl he chooses l 5 . surprises everyone, including Mavis herself. ll Lueile ,,,,...,,,,,... Sully ,,,.,...,.., ., ,, . Nloriiiaii Porter.. , Penny asks Nlavis, "Are you prepared tn climb the dizzy heights alone?" when Mr. Day chooses Mavis as his Dillllly' West. Delivery boy encounters Caleb and Mr. Day as he takes dresses hack to Hathnways. janet Culp and Kathy' Culp present inter- mission entertainment. Dean Culp. janet Mcliall, Marlan Miller, Kathleen Hahn, Edwin Berger. . ...,.. . ,,,.. , ,....... Sairzih Lee Lopp ,..,...jaiiiies Brunsn , , .... .Patricia Snidei ,, Mzirlzin Miller. Dean Culp .................,,Russcll Heplcr , Kathleen Hahn ..,,....,j:uiet Mcliaill ,. Bairhzirzi Stzthly ,A Philip Lehiniin , .. .,,,, Eddie Foster ,. ,, ,Ahhy l,ee Hosslt-r . ,, , ,john Staihly Betty XX'oodligiins, Connie Hossler ,, Ltmnne Leer. Carol Miller Marilyn Mintz, Connie liervidai Red i,,i,,,, .,,,,i ,........,,., l. ester Sliziw, jzinies VN'eldy Han-rison Day ,,,,. ,.,,. l lichauhd Xxinglit. Edwin Berger Nappanee Auto lk-.ilerx Axxoci.itioii ......... l.....,q "Song of the Islands" . . . '55 Reception is Qws A lop: Alan Vllilt. wldlllxl' Corwin. liottoin: KAI!l1ll'L'Il Hgllitt. Bzlrlwnra Stzlhly. Patricia Snidur, ,latin-I lVlcl".lll. A climax ul tht- 1054 if sclitml yuan' was Mitt' Lluiit ut' the sciiim' t'lass.tlic1i tli.tt1ltutltlxc ,iiiiiwr '11, whcii thc liuiiiurs liuiiwiwtl tht' tlcpartitig and vcry iiifwi'iii.tlly gavc a shwrt n.hssci'tatiw1i mi tnttvrs with a ITCUIWIIUII iii thu Athcniaii Rmwiii, tcachcrs at Nappaiicc High Sclmtwl, Tlit-it Kath Hutt-I lfllthart lccii Hahn, chairmaii ul' tht- will cuiiiiiilttru. Vuatl HU " . ' W"SSu w S'Nw U u - . 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The stimulating of our Minds through subject matter, def veloping of our Bodies through their en- couragement of sports and physical particif pation, and creating within us the Spirit of cofoperation and responsibility through their interest in extracurricular activities have been the product of their untiring direction. -llf :ff t,.i 12 l' i ' lll .ve- Hnskell B. Osborn Superintendent M1', Uslwrii, um' gciiml Qupcriiitvmluiit. ilu wires his ciiurgicx In tlis wvll'.ir'c nl' tlic Nap pziiiuc flillilllllllllly Sclwulx lwy piwwiiwtiiig guml pulwlic itlntiuiis HQ lmi xx'wi'liml rin-It-ssly in helping lllf llinirml of Trustcue iii ity pl.ms lm' mln- pwipriicd liigli Qclwul lwuiltliiig. His lricmlli ness to .ill stmluiits lms pimxwilwtl tlivir .iilmiiui tion tim' our Qiipmiiitcmlciit. JVaAAfiZL Kfcfglrufx Board of School Trustees Our Board ul Sclmul T1'l1stuu+ umlr.1x'wi's I-1 provide 1lLlCqll-IIC it-.iqhmg tlicilitice for .ill ull' mciitalry Amd SCCUllLl.ll'B' clnsscs. Tlx tliivfutiiig wt sclwol lwusiii-:ss is .i Clllfli liiiiftimi of tliis group of men. Standing: Dale Christnvr, Lowell lVlcCuen. Willard Slnbau 111. Earl Slabnugh. Seated: Haskell Osborn, l.:1lVlnr Stamps. ,il Sure lhlilx ul N.ipp.xiicu'-ll.mlm' of li.l.v.ll Diff. liiw. Cuilr. Principal Mr. Vdctldlt-, our gracious principal, plzms our scliuul's curricular :uid CXlI'2l'CLlI'l'lCLllllI' activities, directs our counseling progriun, advises our tcatclici's, amd promotes at coiiiiiicndalalc school spirit lwy his cmistaliit crlurts to mztkc ours at school rccugi1i:cd :is outsmiidiiig iii sport amd .xcadcmic alcliicvcnicnts. Mepfeldaae. Office Personnel Tlic routine zlssuciatcd with school oiiicc work lwccmiics cvcr more complicated. Records, rc' ports, orders, vouchers, checks: tlicsc arc but it few of thc tasks accwiiiplislicd by these sccrcf tnrics. James O. Weddle Patricia Garretson, Barbara Mn-Donald Mildred McGrew Stale lhnlt of Nappalice-lli'n1lfi'r of l'i'i,t'Y'ill Rmwli' SY1fl'HI 1 WAYNE BEST Social Studies Ma nchester College. A.B., Indiana Universi- ty. M.S. GUY CONRAD Health. Athletic Director Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. SELWYN COPELAND Vocational Agriculture. Shop University of Minnesota. B.S. ROBERT COURTNEY Physical Education, Driver's Training Canterbury College, A.B. MARILYN FISSGUS Vocal Music, Chorus Indiana University. B.M.E. CARLYLE FREDERICK Mathematics Northwestern University Manchester College, B.S. JAMES GARRETSON Mathematics. Science Huntington College. BS.. Indiana University PAUL HARTLE Nlathematics Marion College. Louisi- ana State University. In- diana University. Ball State Teachc-r's College- B.S. SAMUEL HAZELRIGG Biology. General Science Indiana State Teachers College. B.S.. M.S.. University of Wisconsin VIRGINIA HOFFER Home Economics. Cafeteria Manager Purdue University. B.S- ESTHER HOOVER English Indiana University, AJS.. University of California at Los Angeles. Ball State Teachers College PAULINE HOOVER English. Latin Indiana University, A.B. O. A. Iauulmert Produce Plionv 0 F acult DAVID MCGREW Industrial Arts, Vocational Educational Guidance Indiana State Teachers College, B.S., Indiana University, M.S. LUCY MILES English, Speech Indiana University. A.B.. Northwestern Universi- ty, Goshen College, Pur- due University HELEN PETTS Language, Social Studies V i n c e n n e s University Junior College, A.A.. Maryville College of Tennessee, A.B. HARVEY POSTMA Commerce Goshen College, A.B., Indiana University. M.C.S. MARY ROOD Art Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. DEAN RULE Arithmetic. General Mathematics Goshen, B.A., Indiana State Teachers College HELEN SHEETS Physical Education. Consumer Economics Ball State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. JOE SPRINGER Social Studies, Sociology, Physical Education Canterbury College. Hanover College, B.S. OLIVE WEAVER English, Library Middle Tennessee State. B.S., University of Illi- nois, B.S. in L.S. FRED WEBB Band Evansville College. B.M.. Indiana State Teachers College, M.S. LAWRENCE WHITE English, Social Studies, Bookstore Supervisor Manchester College. A.B., Ball State Teach- ers College. Indiana University, M.S. N.lpp.xnec Milling fu., Inc. Qualify lfluur um! lwiuli w .f""" I. Anna Woodhanis Mrs. Farrington, l Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Rassi. UTS 6 As Anna Vwloodhams applies merthiolate or handaids, or gives little white pills for head aches, she talks and soothes the pain, Annie also performs many other services ahout the school and gives much needed motherlv advice, Cafeteria "Please, Mrs. Lockwood, I'll give you two lunch tickets tomorrowg I forgot to get one today." "I'm sorry: to the end of the line." This was a familiar conversation during the past school year. Our cooks had to prepare meals for the Central Grade Building and the High School hesides cooking and carrying food to the South Elementary School and the Park Building. l I I llunliani and I.ove'-I'ri'n'r1lvIinm A lonufuin Ymiin' li. Newcomer .ind Son-Tin' Sinn' nf lfim' Irurlri Bus Drivers Bookstore Custoclians Having a very responsible job, our good' natured bus drivers always seemed to get us to school and home again on time. Although there was a hopeful group of students when the bus started coughing or there was a snow storm in the morning, students were usually disappointed by the driver's repairing the trouble or the bus's yellow head coming through the blizzard down the road. Every morning and noon Barbara McDonald helped Carol Miller and Mr. White sell pencils, notebooks, paper, and other necessities. Besides selling these to the students, Mr. White was in charge of issuing textbooks and the many other classroom supplies. Students who did not come to school early, stay late, nor come on Saturdays probably never saw our janitors who worked principally at those times. Keeping our school neat and tidy, scrap' ing the gum oti' the floors and desks, picking up candy wrappers, and washing our chalky blackf Y W .Www v-mv Front Row: Darlene Conrad, Wayne Sechrist, Noble Flowers, Willard Reed. Second Row: Virgil Stump, Jr., Edward Miller, Eldon Yoder. boards are but a few of the sundry maintenence tasks which have been performed by these responsible men. David Anderson, Edward Miller, Eldon Yoder, Noble Barbara McDonald. Mr. White, Carol Miller. Flowers. Quality Print Sliop-Prinliug of flu' Belfry' Kimi 'S Miller'v Grocery-Sun' Tlrronglv I. G. rl, 4. "Q Seniors as seen ly the Candid Camera -uw ffm' W2 WW Vlliltcr Corwin. senior class president. conducts il class Seniors ponder over literature test questions. mes-ting. Q . , A V Cxrnduutes look for their pictures in the lN.ip.met Pat Tobias. Sally Stouder. and Marcin Mellinger cx.unine pictures of places of interest to lu- included in tht- New York tour. X.1pp.1v1cc lioftn liwtl l'l.mt flwfnml lmnlt .fmf Xl X lin lllulx --l'Hfrf1f'1v1' .mf llnlfmg N Vlli Classes Wcnrkiiig together helps to build your personality and character. Class activities such as the seniors planning their trip, practicing for the class play, and particif pating in all the pleasures which go with the process of graduation: juniors receiving their class rings and preparing for the reception in honor of the seniorsg sophof mores selling candyg and freshmen con- ducting their paper drive are all a part of growing as a student at N.H.S. where permanent friendships are made. -'.- ,-.-,-.-4 Z -Z -.-.'.'. 3 .f,- -,-.' 45- ss.r issosta .,ss,assrsscusue, tii ' i ss os fi ,.,,. ,i.i. --t--t r'-inks xxx 1955-5 Mrs. Hoffer awards Betty Vv'oodhams the Betty Crocker "Homemaker of the Year" pin earned hy scoring highest in the test given to all senior girls. Larry McDonald, john Stahly, and Kenneth Young display the several awards earned for the superior goals reached in supervised farm projects. Larry raised pigs and corn, john con- centrated on corn, and Kenny produced wheat. Each year state colleges and universities con' duct academic and psychological tests for seniors throughout the state. From Nappanee Betty Vsfoodhams, lvlarlan Miller, Philip Lehman, Ed' win Berger, Mary' Lu Miller, and Kenneth Stump qualified for state scholarships. " Stuckman'S Shoe Store-Rx Pri'ii'r'ijrli0rls Winners From Mrs, -Iohn Geyer, john Stiihly :accepts the medal for writing tlic prize winning essay entitled "Anieric.i. the Beacon of Hope." His essay also won first in the district V.F.W, conf test. A represciit.itix'c from llurduc CHllQl'llIl1li1lCS Kenny Stunip und llich.n'd Vsfriglit for winning the hlne rihhon on their Biillisties project dis' played at the second ginnuiil Science and Maithef ingitics Fgiir, They gilso received second at the Elkhart County Fair sponsored hy the sitnie def pgirtment. Seven semesters of high school work deter' mine the selection ol' x'iiledictori.tn :ind sailntii' torizin. l'ait1'ici.i Snider, K.itlileen l'lzil1n, Connie Fervidn, and Marry Ln lxliller ligivc grades so coinpgiraihle that :ull four .ire n.nned for estzihlishf ing high schol.1stic records. kI.ly-Dec Cleiiiers-Cliuuizlg for flu' Pilrfirnlur Seniors Walter Corwin. Philip Lehman, Connie Hossler. For twelve years we have looked forward to 1996 when we would become graduates of N.l'l.S. During those years each of us has grown in Mind, Body, and Spirit. Some of us have excelled Scholasticallyg some of us have outstanding records in Athletics: and all of us, through the Spirit of cooperation in selling tarfy, conducting concessions at basket' hall games and wrestling matches, and presentf ing the senior class play, have attained the goal of the traditional senior trip. :tl Those who represented our class in Student Council and National Honor Society were Betty Vkfoodhams, Kathleen Hahn, Mary Lu Miller, Patricia Snider, Philip Lehman, Edwin Berger, Eddie Foster, and Connie Fervida. President ....,.,,..... ..,.,i W alter Corwin VicefPresident ........,.,. ...,i,, l 'hilip Lehman Seeretaryflhreasurer ...,.,.i,,,,., Connie l-lossler Our Class Flower was Red Rose: our Class Color was Red and White: and our Class Motto was "Seek Honour iirst, and Pleasure lies he' hind." RALPH ARNOTT "Arnie" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Manager 23 D'Bull- dog 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Class President 1, 2g Napanet 43 Student Council 33 N-Men's Club 2, 3, 43 Reception Committee 33 Pep Band 3, 43 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. EDWIN BERGER "Ed" Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Band Vice-President 43 Chorus 43 Basketball 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4g 4-H 13 F.F.A. 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Vice-President 43 Napanet 43 National Honor Society 4g Science Fair 3, 4g Student Council 1, 43 N-Men's Club 3, 4g High School Quartet 43 Reception Committee 33 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. WARREN BROCK "W'arnie" Basketball 1, 2. 33 Football 1. 2, 3, 4g Intra- mural Basketball 1, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g N- Men's Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES BRUNSO "Brunk" Band 1, 23 Chorus 3. 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track l, 2, 33 D'Bull- dog 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 4g 4-H 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Monitor 13 Projection Club 33 Science Fair 33 Usher 23 Reception Committee 33 N- Men's Club 3, 43 I-li-Y Officer 43 Intramural Bowling 3, 43 Intramural Checkers 4. ROBERT BUSS "Bob" Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 43 4-H 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. Vice-President 33 F.F.A. President 43 F.F.A. Basketball 4. PATSY CORL "Pat" Band 13 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 4-H 23 F.H.A. 33 Monitor 23 Y-Teens 1, 33 Reception Commit- tee 3. WALTER CORWIN "Walt" Band 1, 2, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Basketball 13 Track 1, 2. 3, 43 D'Bulldog 3, 43 I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 43 Class President 3, 4g Napanet Photographer 43 Science Fair 43 Student Council 23 N-Men's Club 2, 3, 43 N-Men's Club Secre- tary 4. DEAN CULP "Dean" Basketball 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Play 43 F.F.A. 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. Re- porter 43 F.F.A. Basketball 4g Projection Club 13 Usher 2. Frect's Texaco Servicer-Gui, Oil, I.nln-iruliwi aml Wfuvbmq Joseph W. Kindig-Allornry ul Luu' IANET CUL-P "Janet" Band 1. 2, 3. 45 Chorus 45 D'Bulldog 2, 45 journalism 1, 2, 3. 45 Napanet 45 Office Assistant 2. 3: Science Fair 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens Secretary 45 Reception Committee 35 Queen's Attendant 4. LAVON CULP "LaVon" Band 15 Monitor 25 Special Assistant 35 Intra- mural Bowling 4. RUSSELL ERVIN "Russ" Basketball 1, 25 Cross Country 25 Football 15 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 35 Track 25 D.C.E. 45 D.C.E. Vice-President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Sergeant-at-amas 45 Napanet 45 Usher 25 Recep- tion Committee 35 Intramural Bowling 3. CONNIE FERVIDA "Cleo" Band l, 2, 3, 45 Band Secretary 45 Senior Play 45 Napanet Jr. Editor 35 Napanet Editor 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Fair 3, 45 Student Council 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Reception Committee 35 Cheerleader 45 Queen's Attendant 35 Blue and White Queen 45 D'Bulldog 45 journalism 45 District and State Achievement Contest 25 Salutatorian 4. EDDIE WAVE FOSTER "Eddie" Band l, 2, 35 Chorus 2. 45 Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Intramural Basketball l, 2. 35 Track 1, 2. 35 D'Bullclog 1, 2. 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Napanet 45 National Honor Society 45 Science Fair 45 Student Council 45 N-Men's Club 2. 3. 45 Reception Committee 35 Hi-Y Chaplin 45 Dance Band 35 Intramural Bowling. Checkers 45 Intramural Tennis 3. DONNIE GEORGE "Donnie" Intramural Basketball 15 D.C.E. 3, 45 Projec- tion Club l, 2. 3. SHERRY GILLIS "Sherry" Chorus l. 25 D.C.E. Club 45 Office Assistant 4: Y-Teens 1, 25 Reception Committee 3. KATHLEEN HAHN "K athleen" Band l, 2, 3, 45 Bookstore Assistant 25 D'Bull- dog 45 Senior Play 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 National Honor Society Secretary-Treasurer 45 Science Fair 3. 45 Student Council 3, 45 Y- Teens 1, 2. 3, 45 Reception Committee 35 Pep Band 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Valedictorian 4. 52 xx MARY ELLEN HALL "Mary" Chorus 1, 2, 33 D.C.E. Club 43 D.C.E. Club Librarian 43 Y-Teens 33 Reception Committe 3. LEOTA HANEY "Leota" Chorus 1. 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 43 F.F.A. 3, 43 Y-Teens 43 Reception Committee 3. RUSSELL HEPLER "Russ" Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Chorus 2, 43 Choir 2. 43 Intramural Basketball 1. 3, 4g Track 43 Senior Play 43 Reception Committee 33 Intramural Table Tennis 3. FRED HOCK ERT "Fred" Basketball 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 33 Usher 3g Reception Committee 3g Hi-Y Secretary 43 Intramural Bowling 3, 4. ABBY LEE HOSSLER "Abby" Band l, 2, 3. 43 Chorus 1, 2. 3, 43 D-Bulldog 3, 4g D'Bulldog Art Editor 43 Senior Play 43 Class Vice-President 23 Napanet Photographer 43 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 43 Reception Committee 33 Majorette in Band 1. 2. 3. 4. CONNIE HOSSL-ER "Connie" Band l, 2, 3, 43 D'Bulldog 2. 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Class Secretary-Treasurer 1. 2, 3, 43 Napanet Art Editor 43 Science Fair 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Reception Committee 33 Intramural Bowling 4. LUANNE LEER "Anne" Band l, 2, 3, 43 D'Bulldog 43 Senior Play 43 Office Assistant 2, 33 Science Fair 4g Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Reception Committee 33 Dance Band 43 Pep Band 4. PHILIP LEHMAN "Phil" Band 1. 3, 43 Band President 43 Chorus 43 Basketball Manager 3, 43 Football 1, 2. 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Track 1. 2, 33 D'Bull- dog 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y President 43 Class Vice-President 4g Napanet Ir. Business Manager 33 Napanet Business Manager 43 National Honor Society 3, 4g President National Honor Society 43 Science Fair 3, 4g Student Council 3, 4g Score Board Assistant 1, 2g N-Men's 2, 3, 4g N-Men's Vice-President 43 Reception Committee 33 Boys' State 43 Dance Band 3. C. W. johnson 8: Son-Try Our SoJu Fmmfuin Drs. Fleetwood Bt Rouse-Othce Nappanec and V.1nBurcn Struts SARAI-I LEE LOPP "Sarah Lee" Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Napanet Art Editor 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4g Reception Com- mittee 3. MARILYN MARTZ "Marty" Band l, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 4g G.A.A. 13 Senior Play 43 F.H.A. 33 Y-Teens 3. 43 Pep Band 4g Reception Committee 3. JANET MCFALL "Micky" Band 13 Chorus 1, 43 G.A.A. 3g D'Bulldog 2, 3. 43 D.C.E. Club 33 Senior Play 43 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens Songleader 13 Reception Committee 3. MARCIA MELLINGER "Marcia" D'Bulldog 43 D.C.E. Club 4g Y-Teens 33 Re- ception Committee 33 D.C.E. Club Secretary- Treasurer 4. CAROL JUNE MILLER "Carol" Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Chorus 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Treasurer 33 G.A.A. President 43 Bookstore Assistant 3, 43 Senior Play 43 4-H 2g Librarian Assistant 3g Napanet 43 Office Assistant 2g Science Fair 33 Reception Committee 33 Intramural Bowling 4. JOHN MARLAN MILLER "Marlan" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 43 D'Bulldog 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Librarian Assistant I3 Monitor 23 Science Fair 43 Public Address Assistant 1, 23 Pep Band 3, 43 Quartet 43 Dance Band 3, 4g Reception Committee 3. MARY LUCILLE MILLER "Mary Lu" Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 13 G.A.A. 1, 2g D'Bulldog 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teen Vice-President 33 Y-Teen President 43 Pep Band 33 Reception Committee 33 Girls' State 43 Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 3. 4g National Honor Society Vice-President 4. GEORGE REED "George" F.F.A. 1, 2. 3. 4g F.F.A. President 33 F.F.A. Assistant Advisor 4g Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 34 If Harry Tobin' Auto ClllIlCTlisI1IlJf!l7' .mil Gvrlvrul Rvfmir Boston Store-Mmfx aml Boyx' W'car, Luiliux' uml Girls' Rvuily lo Wwr. uml Ajvpliumvs JERRY REED --Jer" Band 1, 2, 33 Football l. 2, 3. 43 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Bowling 33 Track 13 D'Bulldo 2: D.C.E. Club 4g D.C.E. Club President 4g Class Vice-President 33 Usher 13 Pep Band 1, 2, 33 N-Men's Club 2. 3. 4g Band Council 23 Reception Committee 3. DONNABELLE RENSBERGER "Donna" Band 1. 2g G.A.A. 13 D.C.E. Club 3. 43 F.H.A. 2. 33 Y-Teens l, 33 Reception Com- mittee 3. WILFRED RENSBERGER "Willy" Basketball 1. 23 Football 1. 2, 33 Intramural Basketball 33 Hi-Y 2. 33 Projection Club 1, 2. 33 Football Nlanager 23 N-Men's Club 3. 4. LESTER SHAW "Les" Band 13 D.C.E. Club 43 4-H 1. 23 Science Fair 3g Intramural Bowling 3. PATRICIA SNIDER "Pat" Band 1, 2. 3, 4g G.A.A. lg D'Bulldog 2, 3. 43 D'Bullclog Co-Editor 33 D'Bulldog Editor 43 Senior Play 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Student Council l, 3. 43 Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4g Reception Committee 33 Girls' State 43 Dance Band 3, 43 Cheerleader 2. 3. 43 District and State Achievement Contest 23 Queen's Attend- ant 4. BARBARA STAHLY "Barb" Band 1, 2, 3. 43 G.A.A. 1, 23 D'Bulldog 43 Senior Play 43 Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Reception Committee 33 Intramural Bowling 4. JOHN STAHLY "john" Band 1, 23 Basketball l. 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 1. 2, 3. 43 D'Bulldog 2. 3, 43 Senior Play 43 4-H 1. 2. 3. 4g F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. Secretary 2, 3. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3. 4g Class Vice-President 13 Projection Club 3. 43 Science Fair 43 Reception Committee 33 N-lVlen's Club 4. SALLY STOUDER "Sally" Chorus 3. 43 G.A.A. l, 2, 33 D'Bulldog 4g F.H.A. 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. Historian 23 F.H.A. Vice-President 3g F.H.A. President 4g Librarian Assistant 1, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 1, 43 Reception Committee 3. N.lpp.mec lirv:cixl1uim.+SuVy ll uilll Hozu'rs B SL li llxfe-ml Gam! Plum' To Eu! KENNETH STUMP "Kenny" Band 13 Football 2. 3, 43 Track 2. 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Projection Club 1, 23 Science Fair 3. 43 Usher 33 N-lVlen's Club 4g Reception Committee 3: Intramural Bowling 3. 4. LINDA STUMP "Linda" Chorus 1. 2, 43 D'Bulldog 4g Napanet 4g Y- Teens l, 2. 3. 43 Reception Committee 3. PATTY TOBIAS "Pat" Chorus 3. 43 F.H.A. 33 Librarian Assistant I, 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Reception Committee 3. -IAMES WELDY "jim" Chorus 43 Intramural Basketball 1, 4g Senior Play 4g 4-H l, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. 1. 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. Basketball 3. 4g Monitor I3 Projection Club I, 2. 3, 4. LEO WILLIAMS "Lee" Basketball 1, 23 Football 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track l, 2g Reception Com- mittee 33 Intramural Bowling 3. BETTY ANN WOODHAMS "Betty" Band l, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. lg D'Bulldog 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Napanet Co-Editor 43 National Honor Society 43 Office Assistant 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 43 Student Council 43 Student Council President 4g Y-Teens I, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens Treasurer 4g Reception Committee 3. RICHARD WRIGHT "Rich" Chorus 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2. 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 13 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Science Fair 43 N-lVlen's Club 2, 3. 43 N-lVlen's Club President 4g Hi-Y Treasurer 4g Reception Committee 3. K ENNETH YOUNG "Kenny" Intramural Basketball 13 4-I-I 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. l, 2. 3, 43 Intramural Softball 33 F.F.A. Omcer 4. 36 Nappancc Telcplmnc Cfo.-Yuri' uilfr u 'l'ulr1rl1nu N. Nancy Peters, Vance Lopp, Judy Martin. Sopltomores The sophomore class olfieers were elected at the heginning of the school year. Rohert Mc' Donald and Larry Cripe represented our class on the Student Council. Then came the project all the sophomores had heen waiting for'-r selling candyn and with the cofoperation of everyone the sales turned out to he very successful. Under the direction of hir. Hartle and Mr. Frederick, we considered this to he a highly successful year. Juniors Wt', the class of '97, started the year under the leadership of our president, Vance Lopp, and our sponsors, Mrs. Miles and Mr. Postma, hy having the traditional magazine sales. We set our goal at three thousand dollars, which we accomplished. David Arch received a camera for selling the most magazines. ln january, Mrs. Miles' homeroom gave a party for Mr. Postma's homeroom, the hest magazine salesmen. The Student Council and National Honor Society representatives were Linda Chandler, -ludy Martin, and Vance Lopp. President ............. ...... V ance Lopp Vicefllresident ......... ..... . ludy Martin SccretaryfTreasurer. ...... Nancy Peters Freshmen Our class sponsors Miss Pauline Hoover, Miss Weaixfer, and Mr. Hazelrigg have helped us through our freshman year. April was our husy month. We had the traditional freshman paper drive on April I4 and our class skating party on April 25. The class of '79 elected Helen Umhaugh, Lee Price, and Carole Armold as Student Council representatives. President .......... ........, D avid Geyer President .......... ...., V onda Wysmiiig Vicefl'resident .................... Fred Hunslwerger Vicefljresident .......................... Philip Arnott Secretary-Treasurer ............ Carol Sue Hahn Carol Sue Hahn. David Geyer, Fred Hunsberger. SeeretaryfTreasurer..Martha Ann Hartman Martha Ann Hartman. Philip Arnott. Vonda Wysong. is weNN- Juniors First Row: Jean Adams, David Arch, Gloria Becz- ley, Frank Bolinger, Roy Brock, Linda Chandler. Second Row: LeRoy Chupp, Shirley Chupp, Thomas Conrad, Richard Coppes, Raymond Corl, Jan Culp. Third Row: Lester Diener, Lydia Diener, Jeanette Ervin, Ralph Fink, Noel George, Sue Grimm. Fourth Row: Robert Haines, Terry Haney, June Helt- zel, Ned Hoover, John Hummel, Jack Huns- berger. Fifth Row: William Keifer, Marianne Ketzel, Janet Klingaman, Larry Lakins, Marilyn Lehman, Vance Lopp. Sixth Row: Vonda Losee, Judy Martin, Sue Martin- dale, William Martindale, Gerald Mattern, Larry Mc- Donald. Seventh Row: Donald Miller. Joseph Miller, Rosemary Miller, Thelma Miller, Nancy Peters, P a t r ic i a Petersen. Eighth Row: Judith Phend, Sue Pletcher, Michael Price, Judith Rose, David Stoops, Kay Stouder. Ninth Row: Betty Brooke, Sally Stutzman, Jean Swi- hart, Clara Rae Walters, Chris Woodhanls. Mutschlcr Brothers Company-Porta-Bill Kilcbrnhfurnilun' Sophomores First Row: Edward Combs. Larry Cripe, Dennis Downs, Glenda Dumph, Ronald Elliott, Roger Evans. Second Row: James Fields., Sue Ellen Field, Brent Gall. Jerry Ganshorn, David Geyer, Carol Sue Hahn. Third Row: James Hamsher. Dixie Hare, Carol Hartman, John Hawley, Gene Hecka- man. Roger Heckaman. Fourth Row: Phillip Hochstet- ler, Harry Hood, Anita Hoover, Harold Huffman, Fred Hunsberger, Yvonne Ingle. Fifth Row: Linda Jones, Judith Kauffman, John Kendall, Wil- liam Kendall, Loretta Kcifer. Edward Keim. Sixth Row: Marie Klotz. Peggy Lalcins, James Lutcs. Dorothy Martin, Patsy Martin, Robert McDonald. Seventh Row: Donald Miller, Harold Miller, Letitia Net- trour, Harry Petersen, Doug- las Rensberger, Larry Riley. Eighth Row: Jane Ann Rood. Larry Ryman. Ruth Ellen Salzman, Danny Slabaugh, Judy Slabaugh, Carol Sparks. Ninth Row: Larry Stahly, Char- lotte Stickcl, Donna Stone. James Stouder. William Stouder. Jack Stump. Tenth Row: Stanley Thomas, Patricia Thompson, Dorothy Ulery, Donna Wagner, Mar- guerite Wngner, Carol Weldy. Eleventh Row: Joyce Welty, Mary Jean Woodhams, Gerald Yoder. Raymond Zook. Mutsulmlcr Brothers Con1p.my-PorfaH1lf klftlllll lurmfllu Freshmen First Row: Carole Armold, Philip Arnott, Doris Ann Berger, Gene Blucker. Lynn Brooke, Mary Lou Callander, Laney Caven- der, Elva Chupp. Second Row: Jean Culp. Maurine Culp, Ronald Dean, LaVerne Duncan, Martha Elliott, John En- koff. Daniel Evans, Dale Fink. Third Row: Dennis George, James George, Larry George, Joan Getz, Ruth Greenawalt, Ruth Haines, Martha Hartman, Miriam Hartman. Fourth Row: Delores Heck- aman, Stanley Heckaman, Alton Hershberger. John Hochstetler, Ronald Hol- Iar, Larry Homan, Sharie Hoyt, Cecil Kelley. Fifth Row: Francis Kelley. Barbara King, Albert Kohler, Patricia Leer, James Longenecker, De- lores Marvel, Loretta Marvel, Arthur Miller. Sixth Row: Carolyn Miller, Edna Miller, Karen Mil- ler, Margo Miller, Jonas Mullet, Sandra Nichols, Sharlene Nine, Richard Norton. Seventh Row: Larry Nune- maker, Larry Otto, Ver- na Otto, Joanne Peltier, James Pippenger,Sue Ellen Pippenger, Connie Pletcher, Richard Plet- 1 cher. Eighth Row: Lee Price. James Rassi, Ronald , Rhine, Thomas Rich- 1 mond, Leon Ringenberg., I Carl Robinson, Robert Scheets, Sharon Sechrist. Ninth Row: Juanita Shar- key, Edward Shaw, Wen- dell Sheets, Karole Sla- baugh, Sandra Smith, Lorrine Spicher, Merle , Spicher, Sharon Stuck- man. Q Tenth Row: Larry Stutz- 3 man, Dennis Swihart. Marsha Swihart. Jerry Thurston, Helen Um- baugh, Lawrence Watson. Devon Weaver, Carolyn Welty. Eleventh Row: Robert Wil- liams, Ronald Wilson, Vonda Wysong, Esther Yoder, L e s t e r Yoder, Marie Yoder, Joyce Zentz. C. Zimmerman-Nappanee and Vanhurcn Streets Glen Gcycr's G3fJgC1fiA'llL'fdl Ania Rrlmir 8th Grade First Row: Betty Andrews, Jena- fie Biller, Charles Blevins, Larry Burkhart, Suzannah Calbeck, Mary Chupp, Jan Cleveland, Karen Clouse. Second Row: Richard Conrad, John Coppes, Allen Corwin. David Culp, Gary Culp, Earla Diener, Steven Doll, Gerald Eastland. Third Row: Jerry Elmore, Phil- lip Evans, Kenneth Farmwald. Royce Farmwald, Robert Far- rington, Lyle Faulkner, Jac- queline Fisher, George Freese. Fourth Row: Edward Getz, Sherrilynn Gonser, Charles Green, James Grimm, Chad- wick Hand, Connie Haney, Linda Heckaman, Sharon Hershberger. Fifth Row: Lee Hochstetler, Paul Hochstetler, Steven Hockert, Marietta Holder- man, Sharon Ingle, Jackie Jackson, Pauline Ketzel, Nor- ma Kohler. Sixth Row: Willis Kuhns, Judith Lewis, Donald Martz, Richard Martz, David Mast, Roman Mast, Roy McDonald, Charles McFall. Seventh Row: Dorcas Miller, Ernest Miller, Gloria Miller, Janice Miller, Sarah Miller, Michael Om, Michael Mit- chcll , Dorothy Mullet. Eighth Row: Ferne Mullet, Ken- neth Mullet, Portia Mutschler, Lewis Naylor, Susan Neibert, Brant Nettrour, Rita Net- trour, Marlene Parks. Ninth Row: Terry Pippenger, Linda Price, Steven Price, Linda Reed, James Rood, Joe Schmeltz, Judith Shori, Diana Shaw. Tenth Row: Joanne Slabaugh, Frances Spicher, Karen Spicher, Ila Stone, James Stouder, Jay Stouder, Robert Stouder, Gary Stutzman. Eleventh Row: Frederick Swi- hart, Susan Templeton, Glen T hurston, Delores Wade, Al- 'xgylen Wagner, Patsy Warren, Q Maxine Welty, Robert Wid- moyer. Twelfth Row: Joan Williams, Lou Ann Wyman, Carolyn Yeager, Betty Yoder, Ervin Yoder. Hadley Dress Shop-'I'lvc Sion' fur Women Wriglut Funeral Home-Amlmlunn' Sr-rrirc ami' Young Girls 7th Grade First Row: Goldie Adams, Nancy Arch, David Berger, Janice Berger, Ruby Bixler, Ruth Blevins, Danny Bridenstine. Second Row: Roger Buss, Kaaren Chandler, Steven Cleveland, Richard Clouse, Ronald Corl, Anita Corwin. Steven Daw- son. Third Row: Miller Dermott, Mary Duckwall, James Elliott, Roger Elliott, Barbara Evans, Diana Evans, Larry Evans. Fourth Row: Rita Farrington, Frances Filce, Gwendolyn Fisher, Danny Geyer, Michael Geyer, Freda Mullet, Mary Ann Hawley. Fifth Row: James Hershberger, Wilbur Hershberger, Kathryn Hochstetler. Mary Hostetler, Jo Ellen Hossler. Lana Kay Jensen, Larry Jones. Sixth Row: Barbara Keifer, Mary Kindig, Thomas King, Robert Lehman, Samuel Longenecker, C a r o l y n Longfield, Stanley Lopp. Seventh Row: Marilyn Lutes, Sandra Martz. Donna Marvel, John Mast. Sharon Masterson, Fannie Mae Miller, Sharon Miller. Eighth Row: Betty Mullett, Esther Gingerich, Vernon Mullet, Sandra Nine, Judith Otto, Carl Pickle, Arneal Pippenger. Ninth Row: Mary Susan Pip- penger, Stephen Quigley, Randall Richmond, Kathy Ringenberg, Martha Robin- son, Donovan Sechrist, Fred Slabaugh. Tenth Row: Lynn Slabaugh, Martha Slabaugh, Kathy Stah- ly, l.aVonda Stahly, Thomas Steyaert, Dale Stone, Barbara Stouder. Eleventh Row: Eldon Stutzman, Sandra Thomas, Arden Tus- ing, David Watson, Dianne Weaver, James Weaver, Charles Windham. Twelfth Row: David Wiseman, Everett Yoder, Frederick Yoder, Glenn Yoder, Harley Yoder. Kroger Store-Qualify and Svrrivc' Blue Bell Inc Worlds Largcsl Producers of Work Clolbing Activities Activities are all very much a part of the curriculum at Nappanee High School. Clubs and organizations are formed for the purpose of providing service to the school and community and helping students to work together smoothly and efficiently. Extracurricular activities help to broaden the students' interests and to develop their sense of responsibility. im H W' : me. mr' H saw W' -1'4515?EEE52552255silieiziiiiaiaiaiaisi. .552252ziisgieiiiailiift'" Back Row: Judy Martin, Vance Lopp, Eddie Foster. Edwin Berger, Philip Lehman. Mr. Hartle. sponsor. Front Row: Connie Fcrvida. Kathleen Hahn. Mary l.u Miller, Linda Chandler, Betty Woodhams. Patricia Snider. ational Honor Society The National Honor Society, which consists of t-ight scniors and thrcc juniors sclcctcd hy faculty incmhcrs on the hasis of scholarship, lcadcrship, scrvicc, and charactcr, this year polished the schoolis trophics and took a schof lastic survcy of high school classcs following cach six wccks' grading period. A picture frame was rciinishctlz in it will hc displayctl the names ol' all Nappancc National Honor Society mum' hcrs from tht- tlatc of its chartci' in 1936, ln thc twcnty yt-ars ot' its history approximately lofi gratliiatcs liaxx' liccn choscn to lwlong to thc honorary socicty. l'rcsitlciit , ,, l'hilip lcchnian Yin' lli'csitlt'i1t , ,hlary L11 lxiillci' 5t't'i'vt.ll'y Ti't'.lsl1I't'i' , ,lfallilccii l'l-llill Kathleen Hahn. Philip Lehman. Mary l.u Millvr. ll llaltitltl K lloxituvr I lolllitisffllillii l'i'i.rr lioyi' llaar Back Row: Dave Geyer, Lee Price, Eddie Foster. Philip Lehman, Edwin Berger. Steven Price, Joe Schmeltz. Stephen Quigley. Second Row: Connie Fervida, Kathleen Hahn, Larry Cripe, Robert McDonald, Vance Lopp. Judy Martin. Betty Woodhanis. Nlr. Weddle, sponsor. Front Row: Stanley Lopp, Carole Armolcl. Linda Chandler, Patricia Snider. Helen Umbaugh, Sharon Thomas, Nlary Lu Miller, Gary Stutzman. Student Council The Student Council is an lTI'Q1lIllZ-lfitlll formed for the purpose of giving students at rept'esentzttix'e government in their school. Throtigh the Student Council the students can meet wtth the ztdministrtttive hody to solve the prohlems of student hody control. This year the council completed several differ! ent projects which tire as follows: sponsoring the election of the "Blue atnd White Queen," decorating the school for Christmas, and sponf soring four ttssemhly progiztms. Um' two higgest projects were the choosing ot' at umlied school -ticket .ind collecting mztterigtl for the compiling ol' .tn N,H,S. H.tndhool4. Mr. Wleddle worked with the memhers to make this ll very ellectivc ye.tr lor the Student Council. llresident, , ,,,, . ,,,c, ,.,,,.,, ,.., l 3 etty Vvloodhgnns Vicc'l'resident .,,,,,,.. ,.,..e,,, V gtnce Lopp Secl'et.ll'y'Tl'c.tsul'el' ..r,. ,..... lVl Atty Lu lVlillCI' Betty Woodhanis, Mary Lu Miller. Vance Lopp. lndi.in.ipolix l'ngr.n'img Co., ll1C.TI,i'iixlli'Y'A tmtl lf1l3gr.11t'r't of Ytuzrltookt .qi Senior Hi-Y The HifY Cluh sent the prcsidcnt and viccf president to I-lifY camp to lcarn how other cluhs were conducted and to get sonic suggestions for our own activities. Thirtyffour new incinhcrs wcrc initiated into thc cluh. As in previous years, thc group sponsorcd the Infantilc l'af ralysis Dime Lincg in addition, Christmas cards were sold and the profits used for a scrvicc project. 'W - A President ...,.....,r.,, ..,.., I ,hilip Lehman ViccfPrcsidcnt ......, ...... E dwin Flcrgcr lggihagogxrghlhackz Philip Lehman. Edwin SCU-Umm v--,'YVVw-,A ----.A---, F rcd Hockcrt Treasurer ,,,..,,,,..,....,,....,.,,,.A, Richard Wright Corresponding Sccrctary ',.,.,,..,.,,A I ack Arnott Social Chairman ,,,,.,,c.,. .,,,,,.,,.A I anics Brunso Ncws Rcportcr .,,., ...,.,, T homas Conrad Chaplain ,,....,,,.,, ....,,,,, E ddic Fostcr Back Row: Ralph Fink. Edwin Berger, Philip Lehman. David Arch. Vance Lopp. Jack Arnott. Fred Hockert. Middle Row: Eddie Foster. Russell Ervin. Wilfred Rensberger. Kenneth Stump, Jan Culp, John Humniel, Michael Price. Richard Coppes. Walter Corwin. Mr. Gai-retson. sponsor. Front Row: David Stoops, Chris Woodhanis. Rich- ard Wright. Larry Lakins. James Brunso, Thomas Conrad, Gerald Mattern. -I6 li. V. Publishing Hotiscvl'ri11lt-it uf "N.1jii1m'l" F resltman-Sophomore Hi-Y and Junior Hi-Y Because the Senior HifY has grown to sueh large proportions it became necessary to divide the organization into two separate groups. The freshman-sophomore eluh has been busily enf grossed in forming its constitution and planning its organization. It sponsored a project of selling lettered sweatshirts. President, Larry CripeL VieefPresident, Philip Arnottg Secretary, john Kendallg Treasurer, Gene Heekamang Chaplain, james Fields. Seventh and eighth grade boys were the mem' hers of jr. Hi-Y, now in its second year at N.H.S. Blue and white carnations for the see' tional tourney were sold hy this group to Nap' panee fans. President, Gary Culp: VicefPresi' dent, ,lohn Coppesg Secretaryffreasurer, Michael Urn: Chaplain, Lee Hoehstetler. TOP PICTURE-Back Row: James Rassi, john Hostetler, Dennis George, Raymond Zook, Ronald Elliott, Harry Petersen, Thomas Richmond, Larry Otto. Third Row: Robert McDonald, Fred Hunsberger, Roger Evans. Wendell Sheets, james George, Alton Hershberger, Gene Heckaman, Larry Riley, Brent Gall. David Geyer, Larry George, Stanley Heckaman, Mr. Garretson, sponsor. Second Row: William Stouder, Roger Heckaman, Larry Cripe, Larry Nunemaker, Danny Slabaugh, John Kendall, Dennis Downs. Front Row: Jerry Ganshorn, Edward Combs, James Fields, Richard Pletcher. james Hamsher, Philip Arnott, William Kendall. i.,,,...,. BOTTOM PICTURE-Back Row: Richard Clouse, Robert Lehman, Steven Doll, Richard Conrad, Jay Stouder, Allen Corwin, Roy McDonald. David Wiseman. Third Row: Michael Mitchell. Charles Green. Robert Farrington. Samuel Longenecker, Charles Blevins, Robert Stouder, Lewis Naylor, Charles Windham, Mr. Garretson, sponsor. Second Row: George Freese, Charles McFall, Stephen Quigley, Lee Hochstetler. Gary Culp, John Coppes, Michael Orn, Arden Tusing. Front Row: Steven Hockert. Randall Richmond, Gary Stutzman, James Hershberger, Miller Dermott, Michael Geyer, Thomas Steyaert, james Rood. If. V. Publishing Houstillrinlwrx of "Niijmr1ul" fi'7 Senior Y-Teens Vx7icnurs. Llouglmuts. .incl culur! Un ihcsu Yf Tccn mcmhcrs gurgccl .it the lirst social cvulmt ol' the yuar. .1 wicucr mast .it SyI'.lCllSU L.ilu'. Tlic ncxt special cvcnt was the fl'.lLlllll1Il.ll Mother .mtl Uziughtci' lianquut on l5ccc111lm'1' IF. Umtuc Christmais lwclls xvuim' usctl .is tlccmxi ns .nt the Christmas lmnquct .mtl sultl .is our mann IIlOI1Cy'l1llllill1Q proricct, For our scrvict' provi-:ct wc collcctctl INUIHCY for the Hcairt Fund, Janet Culp. Betty Wtsodhanis. Judy Rose. Mary Lu Miller. TOP PICTURE-Back Row: Lt-ota Haney. Nancy Peters. Rosemary Miller. Jeanette Ervin. Marguerite Wagner. Ruth Ellen Salvman. Carol Weldy. Charlotte Stickel, Dorothy Martin. Second Row: Miss Hoover. sponsor: Linda jones, June Hr.-ltzel. Judy Martin. Peggy Lakins. Betty Brooke, Clara Rae Walters. Sue Grimm. Mary Joan Wtaod- hams. Front Row: Donna Wagner. janet Culp. Patricia Snider, Judy Rose. Mary Lu Miller. Betty Wtsodhanis. Sally Stutzman, Dorothy Ulery. BOTTOM PICTURE: Back Row: Abby Lee Hossler. Carol Hahn. Patricia Petersen. janet McFall. Glenda Uumph. Luanne Leer. Letitia Nettrour. Jane Rood. Second Row: Mrs. Miles. sponsorg Barbara Stahly. Marilyn Martz. Sally Slouder. jean Swihart. Patty Tobias. Patricia Thompson. Gloria Beezley. Connie Fervida. Front Row: Kathleen Hahn. Linda Chandler. Marianne Ketzel, Anita Hoover. Sue Pletcher. Joyce Wt-lty. janet Klingaman. 48 llt-cla.1m.m'x lct- C ruin-.X'.1fvj'.1m4' 13.1113 Nlfiwix lurniturc Store-Ciunijvfvlf' lluwt IIIIIIIKIYHLQX Our prniect for the vear was making scrap 4 , ' Y T hooks ahnnt Nawwanee and sending them tn l l . The jr. YfTeens. cninpnsetl of girls from the ClUl'5 ill India lmd PUCVW RW'- eighth and ninth grades. inet erery other Tues' Iurcsidcntmmvw bWMm,tha Hartman day in rnuin ZUZ. The vicefpresieleiit had charge 1 n - V Vieefljresident ,V......Y,...,.,,, Sharon Stuekman of all programs consisting of panel discussions, games. and guest speakers. Seeretary1Treasurer ,,,,, ..,,, l 7nrtia Mutschler K en Clouse Suzannah Calbeck Patsv Warrext. TOP PICTURE-Back Row: Linda Price. Terry Pippcnger, ar . . , , Carolyn Yeager. Karen Miller, Joan Williams. Second Row: Marlene Parks. Karen Spicher, Karole Slabauglx, Lou Ann Wyman, Joanne Slabaugh. Gloria Miller, Susan Templeton. Sharon Ingle. Front Row: Judy Shori. Delores ' ' ' H lde m n. Connie Haney. Connie Pletcher. Wade. Linda Heckaman, Maxine Welty. Marietta o r a 1-5 K x .,.. X . Q 'Q ' af! QW 'gm sfo RE B k Rom Jean Culp Patricia Leer Susan Neibert Rita Nettrour. Sue Pippenger. Barbara BOTTOM PICTU - ac ': ' . . . , King, Miriam Hartman. Portia Mutschler. lla Stone. Second Row: Verna Otto. Carole Armold. jenafie Biller. Sharon Stuckman. Sharie Hoyt. Margo Miller. Linda Reed. Judy Lewis, Miss Weaver. sponsor. Front Row: Sandra Smith, Cecil Kelley, Joan Getz. Joyce Zentz. Martha Hartman, Vonda Wysong, Doris Ann Berger. Sandra Nichols. Slilliulfx Men's .ind liuys' XY'e.ir-hfuirflflg Ciuuifi .19 Legions Bowl-Ainerican Legion Pm! H4 A' , sr' W5 1 X Carol Miller, Eddie Foster. Linda Stump. ,luck Arnott. Janet Culp, Waite-r Corwin. Abby Lee Hossler. apaner 1 i Business Managers: David Stoops, Edwin Berger, Mr. Art Editors: Connie Hossler, Mrs. Mary Rood. Sarah james Weddle, Philip Lehman. Lee Lopp. The hzirel-working staff of this yez1r's NAPA NET, after many sleepless nights and long work ing hours, finally produced :in ainnuail full ot memories. It has more pictures in it than ever hefore. hut even so the stall was .thle to meet their tleiitllines aihegiel of time. lt XVJS ll IICXV, llIlCI'L'SllIlQ CXPCIWCIICC itll' IHUSI ofthe stall' :intl they enjoyed it very much. They especially hope thin for years to eome you will enjoy looking through these pieturepiteketl pages. Editor.. ,, ,Connie Ferx'itl.i Co'ELlifoI' ...., .. ,. , ., ,..,, Betty Xvootllmms Business lvlatnaigei' ,, ,Philip l.ehm.in Asst. Bus. lVlaln.igei',,., ,, ,. Edwin Berger xlunior Editor ,,.. , . , . , Lllltltl Clmiitllei' . f . V -lunior Bus. lVl.in.iger , ,. . l3.1x'itl Stoops ,PQ'i"'w.,,Wm! 5 Art Editors ., Connie Hossler. "":" i i S.lI'.ll1 Lee Lopp 5 iz, , A' Sports Editors lftltlie Foster, liek Arnott Alumni, , ,. ...,, Lintl.i Stuinp. Russell Ervin C4ilentl.1i ',,,,,. .,,, , ,xl.tnet Culp, Carol Miller l'liotogr.tphers, , . , Ahhy Lee Hossler, XX'.1lter Corwin ' , . v . - ,- Aelyisorsw , ,H ,hliss Esther Hoover. Woodhamsl Comm? Fenlda. Mrs. Mary Rooel. Mr. .l.imes Vsfetltlle Stl l'leleher lurniture Qninp.ini-l'm'rl1lnri' .mil ,ljijvlmmni TOP PICTURE: Back Row: Staff-Philip Lehman. Mrs. Lucy Miles. Mr. Harvey Postma, Chris W00dhRIl1S. Mar- lan Miller. Front Row: Mary Lu Miller. Betty Wfoodhams. Judy Rose. Patricia Snider. Janet Klingaman. Ahhy L00 Hosslcr. BOTTOM PICTURE: Back Row: Writers-Walter Corwin. Eddie Foster. jack Arnott. james Brunso. Thomas Conrad, John Stahlv. Front Row: Clara Rae Walters. Connie Fervida. Kathleen Hahn, Janet lVlcFall. Linda Chandler, Barbara Stahly, janet Culp. D'Bulldog The lwifmonthly issuc of this ITBULLDOG was :accomplished lay thc co operation from fifty journalism incmlwcrs, thc ilklX'Lll1CCkl typing class, and thc advisors. lwlginy long hours wcrc spent making it an outstanding inimcogrnplucd school paipcr. Editor ...,..,,, ,Y,,. l 'atriciu Snider CofEditor .....,,...,...,.,., ,,.,,,..,,,,,,.,,,. l udy Rose Assistant Co-Editor ,....... Clara Rao Wziltcrs Fcalturc Editors .,.,,... ...., M airy Lu Miller, Mairlaiii Miller Sports Editor .,r,,r .t,, K Thris Vv'oodhamS Art Editor .....,,,..,,.. .,,..,. A hhy Luc Hosslcr Spccial Columnists. ,, ,.,.,.. Bctty Vsfoodhams, Philip Lehman Cairtoonist ..,.... ,.,..., W alter Corwin Sponsor ........,, ,..,..,,..,.,.,,.,.,, M rs. Lucy Miles Production Manager., Mr. Harvey Postma Pan-icia Snidm-, Judy Rose K.n'y's Deluxe Motor S.1les-171-mm if Plynmullr 51 Junior Band l7ronl Row: lX'liL'l7I1l'l c5211. lXl"X.llf YVL'lly. Jn lfllvn Hosslcr. lVl41ry Dlxfkwrll. lN'l:1rtlt41 Robinson. Nlilfy Kindig, Nancy Arcli. Connie llniivy, Purlli lx'lllISL'l1lL'I'. Svcund Row: Li11Lla Rvvd. l5:1'l1,:!'.1 Stuudcr. Karon Cluusc. Dian.: wv4'.lX'k'f. Cilnrin jenn Miller. Cirolyn YL-.nga-r. jvimfic Hiller. Kzircn Spichcr. Miller Dermotl. Lou Ann w'lyH1.Il1, I.ll1il.l Prirc. Susan 'l'c111pl4-11111, Ci.1ry Culp. ilwllird Row: llolvcii Falrrington. John Coppcs. Judy Sflnvri. 'lQll1lL'L' livrgvr. 1411114-s Ruud. I4-wis Naylor. Ramdnll Riclilnnnd. Stovcn Doll. Thninns King. Prod Slz1b41ugl1. l.inv.l.1 Hk'Cli.IIIl.lI1. lxlilflflll' l'.11'lu. fXfLll'11 'l'l1S.f11g. JUZIFIIIU Slzllmlligli, Sll7L1l!l1iIl1 Cnlhvcli. Szmdrn lxlilK'I7. GY5't'Ildt1ly'l1 lislwr. Judy lrwis. lNl.1rivttl llulnlvrrllalli. Rim Nvttrour. linck Row: lla Stony. Allcn Corwin. Rolwr: Lcl1mz1:1. Sta.-pliun Quiglcy. lJl-ll'l.l lfxumi. Stalilvy Popp. loc lloclwtctlcr. tXlll'l1 W'alg11vr. lI'l'lTl Row: Nlzrilvii lxl.ll'If. ffl.11'.1 Riu- W'41li:'1's. Knrolv Slxluaiiifi. Svrozixl RM-: CTO!1I1if' livrxidn. Clnrul Sm- ll.1l111. ilicl1.1rml ffoppvs. Ruth lfllm-11 Slllllllillh 1.1119 EXIIII Rnoal. ll.IllNlI'Q1 King. Nm-1 Guwrgv. Dunn.: Stmiv. 'liliirml Row: l.vli:i.1 Nu.t"m1:'. Slimiiv lloyl. Slmrnn SIllL'lQll1.!I1. lxl-II'g.7 Nlillcr. cliillllk' PlL'lCl1l'!'. juycv fvntl. l.f'l1l!l' linmlw. l7.zt:'ici.1 Sninlvr. Cfurol Nlillcr. K.lll1lQ'1'l1 l'l1l1l1, .luycc Wfliy. D1m'1.1 W'z1g11vr'. liourth Row: lfduin lin-rgcr. lfdw.1rsl Cfirzilm. -l.ll'l Culp. R-lllTll liink. In-cd llllllSl51Xl'gL'I'. 1.11111-4 limld-,. jury ci-ll1NllUl'H. Slillilvf' lll'Clx.llI1-Ill. llvlm-11 Um- lmllygli. 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The 11.11111 1111111 11s .1111111.11 SlWl'111Q IVIIN 111111 111 111.11 1'111s1'1l 115 .11'111'1111'Q 111' g11'111g .1 1N4111111'1"s 15.11 C11111'1'1'1 .11111 1Nl.11'1I1Q 1i1T1i 1fx11111111'111'1'1111'11i. 1 l'1'1's1111'111 . 1,111ll1W L1111111.:11 1 1 V111 l,1'1w11l1'111 1'i1111'111 l'11'1'g1'1' TOP PICTURE: Front Row: Connie Fervidn. Philip S ..., A . . ' . .I Q 11 ' , ', . , A, l.cl11nan. Edwin Berger. john Hlll!lllll'l. 11:11:11 Row: L K HI H1 FI It li HMI C muh In I R ld A Philip Arnutt. lVlz1'1' I.ll Nlilleiq lfdwnrd ffoinlxs. l.l'l' HC,S5ll'f, IllYSl'Il1ilr,' M1111-1'. Sue Ellen Held. Connie Pletcher. Pzltriria l.eer. lfront Row: Abby l.ee Hossler, Janet Culp, S.1ra1h Lee Lopp. Second Row: 101111111111 Ervin. Connie Hossler. Patricia 'l'l111111ps1111,Dor111h1'lller1'.R11se1n.1r1'lVliller.l50tt1'W1111dl111111s. Third Row: Doris Ann Berger. 1194111 Culp. Sue Grinnn. -Indy Rose. Dixie Hare. Harlmra Slnhly. Jack Arn1111. Lirida jones. Sue Ellen Field. Fourth Row: Williaiiii Kendall. Richard Pleteher. Russell H1-pler. john Hlllllllllxl, James l.1111genecker. Chris W1111dl1a1111s. 1:11111-s Rnssi. NIiL'l1ill'l Price. Rohert lVlcD11na1ld. David Sloops. Vance I.0pp, Nlzlrlan Nliller. Iiiflh Row: Jerry Reed, Dennis Swi- hnrt. lvlllflllil H:1r1n11111. ,,9-fw-fee - .1 1, .11 1 1111 Front Row: janet Culp, Ahhy Lee Hossler. Rosemary Miller. Sue Ellen Field. jean Swihart. Letitia Nettrour. 'lant- Rood. Ruth lillen Salvman, Dorothy Martin, Miriam Hartman. Janet Mclfall, Sally Stouder. Connie Hossler, l.eota Haney. Carol Wt-ldy'. Carol Sparks. Second Row: Linda jones. Dixie Hare. Patricia Thompson, Marianne Ketvel. Jeanette lfrvin, Janet Klingaman. Verna Otto, Nlarilyn Martz. Dorothy Ulery, Vonda Wfvysong. Maurine Culp, Sue Pletclier. Gloria lletvley. Third Row: Peggy Lakins, Patricia Martin. Judy Ruse. Linda Chandler. Patty Tohias. Cecil Kelly. Carol Hartman. Judy Martin. Judith Kaufman. Mary Jean Wfoodhams, Martha Hartman. Sandra Smith. Linda Stump, Sue Grimm. Carol Miller. Fourth Row: Williaitt Kendall, David Arch, VVilliam Stouder. Eddie Foster. lftlwin Berger. Russell Hepler. Vance l.opp. Gene Heckaman. Roger Heckaman. jerry Ganshorn. james Hamsher. james lfields. Back Row: lan Culp, james Hrunso. Richard Wriglit, James W'eldy. Wfilfred Rensherger, Marlan Miller. Philip l.ehman. Kenneth Stump. Chris Vvoodhams. David Stoops. Robert McDonald. Roger Evans. Fred Hunsht-rger. VVilliam Keifer. Ch From the chtvrtis .t triple trio .tntl qtt.trtt't were chosen which .tlttitg with soloists went ttt ths trict .tml state ettittests. The elttwrtis was l'L'UI'QAlIl1ZL'Ll this ytxtr ttntler twtir new tlirt't'ttwi'. Miss Fissgtts, lt was etttttptwsqtl The triple trio. qttartel. .mtl whttlt' chttrtts til' st'x't'nty littttr menthei's, of which twenty eight sang for xqtritttts qttmntttnity groups .tntl gave .t were htvys. The clttwrtis met thiring twtt activity Christmas t'Httt't't't with the setiittr lmtntl. Also it peritwtls .tntl one night rcht'.trs.tl per week. ptrsctttetl .tn tlllI'.lCllX't'ly' stagctl INI'Ugl'.ll1l. lltwhert Mt'l5tmn.tltl was ehtwsen ptvsitletit. "Springtime is Singtimeu in May. l.-t-ft Picture: Sally Stutzman. Vonda VVysong. Linda St ump. Carol Nliller. Dorothy Ulery. Patricia Thompson, Alwhy Lee Hossler. Marilyn Martz. Leota Hztney. Right Picture: Edwin Berger, Nlarlan hliller. Rohert NlcDonalm.l. David Stoops. 3 I N.tpp.tnt'e lilt- K ttnipani-I I I South Xlain Street I uttw Ncrxiue St.ititvit--Nf.lr1.l.1t.I St fl lit Librarians With the help of Miss XV-saver, these girls soon learned to hecome eilicient lif hrarians. They worked together promoting the lihrary in the school. They helped students find hooks and use the card cataf log. They helped in getting the hooks ready for circulation, tiling cards. typing hook lists, advertising hooks, and taking care of hook circulation hoth in the grades and in the high school. Projector Club The purpose of the Projector Club is to handle the AudiofVisual aids program in the school and community. At the end of the year each member ref ceived a special merit award. Our advisor was Mr. Rule. President ............................., Larry Cripe VicefPresident ........ Wilfred Rensberger Ncwt's lirive-lli-Uuml ll-VZIIIIIKUIIIK luuil Robinson .md tierkuy Secdsmcn lllC.Tlxl10Ik' X7 Jane Rood. Rosemary Miller, Sally Stutzman, Martha Hartman, Patricia Martin. Sally Stouder. Sandra Smith, Barbara Stahly, Marguerite Wagner, Charlotte Stickel, Patricia Thompson. Standing: Miss Weaver, sponsor. Front Row: Danny Slabaugh, Larry Cripe, james Weldy, Robert McDonald, Wilfred Rensberger, Wil- liam Stouder, Roger Evans. Second Row: Larry Stahly, Richard Pletcher, George Reed, Jerry Ganshorn, Fred Hunsberger, Philip Amott, Larry Riley, Mr. Rule, sponsor. Back Row: Steven Hockert, James Long- enecker, Albert Kohler, Alton Hershberger, James Pippenger, Ronald Hollar. 1 F. H.A. The Future Hoineniakers ol Ainerica consisted of thirty iucinhers xvho inet every other Tuesday, several social meetings during the year were part of the cluhis program. This yearis goal was a lield trip to Chicago. Additional oliicers were Marilyn Lehman. ref sorter: Leota Haney, song leader: Kay Stouder. historian: Glenda Duinph. parlianientarian. President ,,,,.... .. .. .. ,.......,,,,, Sally htouder Yicefljresident. . ..... . .,Carol Vfeldy Secretary. ..,.,, . ......, Dorothy Martin Treasurer ,,,,.......,.. ..,.,...,.......... 'lean Swihart Front Row: Glenda Dumph. Marguerite Wagner, Jean Swihart. Sally Stouder, Carol Weldy, Dorothy Martin, june Heltzel. Second Row: Carolyn Miller. Carole Armold, Martha Elliott. Karole Slabaugh. Maurine Culp, Kay Stouder, Vonda Losee. Ruth Haines, Juanita Sharkey, Patricia Petersen, Marilyn Lehman, Mrs. Hotfer. sponsor. Third Row: Thelma Miller. Donna Stone, Sharlene Nine, Leota Haney, Ruth Ellen Greenawalt, Shirley Chupp, Lydia Diener. Jean Adams, Lorrine Spicher, Sharon Sechrist. F. F. A. This has heen a husy year for the l:.F.tX. Vie continued our fourteen acre corn project. Four acres of seed oats were planted and harvested at the South Elementary School. ln lfehruary our Chapter Meeting Team entered the district conf test, winning lirst. Next we entered the sectional contest at New Paris, taking second place. We held a parent and son hanquet in March. Vvie also had an l:.l:.i'X. haskethall team that played other F.F.A. chapters. churches, and independent teams. President ,,,,..,.... .,..,.. Rohert Buss Vice'President .,.,,, ....,. L arry McDonald Secretary .,,,,i,...,. .. ,......, john Stahly Treasurer ,,,.,. ,,.... K enueth Young Sentinel ....., .,,,, R ohert Haines Reporter ..... . ,.., Dean Culp Front Row: John Stahly, Robert Buss. George Reed, Kenneth Young. Second Row: James Weldy, William Martin- dale. Dean Culp, Robert Haines. Larry McDonald, Robert Scheets, Mr. Copeland. sponsor. Third Row: Dennis George, james George. Wendell Sheets. Gene Blucker, Larry Otto. Front Row: joe Miller, Russell Ervin. jerry Reed. Lester Shaw, Donnie George, Ned Hoover. Second Row: Mary Ellen Hall, Marcia Mellinger, Sherry Gillis. Frank Bolinger, Lester Diener, Leroy Chupp, Donnabelle Rensberger, Patsy Corl, Mr. Mc- Grew, sponsor. D. C. E. The Diversified Cofoperative Education class of 197756 still continues. under the direction of Mr, McGrew. to prepare students for their occupations They receive lirst-hand experiences from their individual johs. plus school credits and an income. During the haskethall season the cluh sponsored a coat check room to provide money lor a cluh trip to Detroit. Michigan. to the General Motors Cadillac Division and other places ol- interest. The cluh also had an Einployce'Einployer Banquet. President.. . . .....,, ..... ....... b I elry Reed Vicefpresident... . .. . ..... Russell Ervin Secretary'Treasurer ..,. .Marcia Mellineer Reporter '... ..... . .. hilary Ellen l'lall Athletics Each year more emphasis is placed on a varied program of sports in our school. Lively competition develops the physical prowess of the individual and presents for both the participant and spectator the chal- lenge of good sportsmanship. 'v v-M mm- ,W ss. he was Q 5 9 L H 2 lx ,E .. E6 as 5- x W a- . 'Q f Y A f Xxx 5 YNY Q4 X ' X ,O . H. fm-I lj H' s, ,, S! I ' Q 4 f 2' . Q K QWEMV WE ,,,,,, . Q5 x , Q - r 1 f ,. - 6' , 4 ,, 1 , x W . n- b Vx D U Q 32 '23 R-iv 5, at ' PX, In A A X 2 wwf ? , 3+ .- K QW if l 1 . ' Mr. Bob Courtney. Mr. Joe Springer. Football Great Work Fellas!! When the 1957 foothall season rolled around not much was expected from the team composed only of greenhorns. But to the fans' amazement the Bulldog eleven came through with the hest season ever witf nessed hy Nappanee High School. Nappaneeis only loss came from Plymouth, who finished its season undefeated. The Bulldogs ended with 8 wins and I loss. Even with a size handicap the Bulldogs showed their opponents that size is not the main factor in winning. Because of the capahle direcf tion of our great coach Boh Courtney, and his assistant Joe Springer, and hecause of the Bull' dogs' desire to win and their speed, the season was a success. Almost every N.H.S. individual record was broken by Nappanee's outstanding fullback, Richard Wright. Rich made the AllfState iirst team and jerry Reed received honorahle men' tion. Lost hy graduation were Warren Brock, Walter Corwin, Philip Lehman, Kenneth Stump, Edwin Berger, james Brunso, Fred Hockert, John Stahly, jerry Reed, Richard Wright, Eddie Foster, and Leo Williams. Front Row: John Kendall. Harry Hood, Gene Heckaman, Thomas Richmond, David Geyer, James Fields, Roger Evans, Larry Riley. Second Row: Terry Haney, Roy Brock, james Lutes, William Martindale, Gerald Mattern, Edward Keim, Vance Lopp, Danny Slabaugh, William Stouder. Third Row: Larry Nunemaker, Michael Price. Larry Cripe, Larry Lakins, Chris Woodhams, james Stouder, Thomas Conrad. s 1. f. :miami K in .ns I . Qui..-I . 'l IW' lt l IRE- ?iWB -I HD wc -in V. , v 1- .Xxv xv , 9 X,xg.,3,,. .I W 1 - ,jx ' .D , ' ' - - X 1 4 A K xv W M ' 5 3 ,X .K .. K, , 2 N -A 3' 'N' Wm ws if N w wa.. wwwl-aww SQA " gui!! Q V H ,N QQ my X 'lc XXX wwf f xi A 5 x ' 5 K 'Na nnmm,l, yi .gRf,3., if , fs x . W1 Q ,K 3 an ii W A , wt 2 wwwmwwms ww R ' 5 Q M w a X -3' S, 'il W :uqwsnnw gs 1 5 ,wwe was sn- R 3 5 11 k -a I , g! 5 9 X H I J! Riff-fiif' asv! L 4 I Y -1 'SEN 1 Rwnuwf n W.. ...-.4- W. 4 5, R .551 my Q 1253 2. Q 5,552 l U if if Rfb V A SW -- Z A 3 W 3! ,uni Rich usvs his hip to good QldVill'lUlgL'. Larry gots one away. As Larry foils Concord! shox. Jim waits for thc l'0l'l0llI1d. 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NmlVP4lIlX'k' Nnppnxmrc N.1pp.mrc N.xpp.11u'u TQAIPPQIHUL' N.upp.1m'u TXJAPPJIIILW' Ti.lPPilIlL'k' N.1pp41m'c N.1ppa1m'u N.1pp.1m'v TN nppu x1 cc Nzmppallwcr. ,vm Second Team ,IS .33 . ll' .44 fN.app.xuu'. I6 N.1pp.xm'u, nl . F6 Si 44 38 YH . 34 . ZH TNLIPPQIIECC. J A .P . YN1lPPiII1l'k'. 43 N.nppgum'C. 44' Nzmppum-Q, 42 rN.lPIMlIlL'l'. F4 XX4.xk.1l1xx.4. F7 NYJ! -.lxy 441 Khwlmrxm. :fx fX11LInllvlw11y, 40 i'M11u1lw.1 Cfllv. I-I fN1.ul1Nrvl1, IU l'uL-111011, 18 Klum, 415 . , N 4 XXJNIWIIWQIUII ffluy. - 'I 1211! NYY Brrllwlmx 49 Pnvll!'lHuI1, 4 I fimwmnl, 48 1. I'Ix'nmutl1. .H .1 SY!-lx'KlNl', 31? iP.urcIt. 48 Bu-rm'x1. 36 Kvm1.xllx'1lh', WU XX'.ak.uuu.n. F7 Ciulvvx, 47 N1-rrh Mgnlurlmc-lcr', 47 Evun thmlgh thc wcwml tu.1m's I'k'ClH'Ll rim vnu' was rw-II, thcrr wsu' m.my QQIIUCS whcn fhcy wore IWLHIICI1 only by .1 frw pmnts. They ' rmlly had .1 Int of firm' .aml thuy husk xwry Brrnt Gall and jim Fields stand guard. pruxlwlmlmg fur thc futurc 4 np, wx, Ink, f Nflfuzflm lklh fvrm l vw-gg . s v-....d...wW--X 1 - 'P HS . AM i at X3 Q Q S Q? in Y N five ,Q Q 'lf' " ' xx Front Row: James Brunso, Wilfred Rensberger, Philip Lehman, Richard Wright, Walter Corwin, Larry Lal-:ins Gerald Mattern. Second Row: Fred Hockert, Larry Cripe. Michael Price, Warren Brock. Thomas Conrad, Ken neth Stump, james Lutes, john Stahly, Gene Heckanian. Back Row: Ronald Elliott, David Geyer, Vance Lopp Edwin Berger, Eddie Foster, Edward Keim. Terry Haney, Roy Brock. -Men's Club Boys who have earned letters in iithleties :ire eligihle to heeome menihers of the NfMen's Clnh. These hoys secured sponsors for the hzisf kethaill schedules along with other projects. A pienie was held hetween foothzill and haiskethaill seasons ait Philip Lehmain's and Riehf xirtl Wi'igl1t's luke cottages. The iinnuail hzinquet honoring the athletes was held on April l3. Awards for the most vailngihle player in ezieh sport :intl the most vailugihle seniors were given. Honor jackets were presented to senior mem' hers. The sponsors of the elulw were Mr. Springer, Mi'. Courtney, and Mr, Conrad. l'resitlent ,... .. ,r.,,. Richard Vsfright Vieefl'resitlent ,,,. ,,..,, l 'hilip l.ehm.in Seeret.iry ..,,,. ,A ,.., .VVailter Corwin Tl't'ilSlll'CI'. .,.. .,..i - Lick Arnott Cfoppes, li1c.+Nilfv.1In'i' Klfl'lVl'IlX Walter Corwin. Richard Wright. Guy Conrad. sponsor: Philip Lehman. jack Arnott. 6 ,,.a..-.- gl Back Row: Sharon Sechrist, Karen Miller, Yvonne Ingle, Ruth Greenawalt. Helen Umbaugh. Jean Adams. Carolyn Miller. Middle Row: Marsha Swihart, Sandra Smith. Cecil Kelly, Clara Rae Walters. Joyce Zentz, Carol Hartman, Carole Armold, Mrs. Sheets, sponsor. Front Row: Judith Kauffman, Peggy Laltins. Carol Miller, Patricia Martin, Judy Martin. Sue Ellen Pippenger, Loretta Keifer. Mary Jean Woodhams. cg. A. A. The 195556 calendar was filled with many held at Plymouth and Elkhart. In January we won our hasltethall game over Bremen, which was our first competitive sport, Our annual han' quet was held in May. activities for G.A A. memhers. The schedule inf lyrcsidcnth-myM-MMU WM-Carol June Mmm eluded such sports as softhall, deck tennis, volf Vmx P gd' P. M' . leyball, hasltethall, and howling. We also at' IL' tml tm """t ""' ' 'ltimd 'Him tended two playdays this year. The sports were SCCVCWVE' -----ss-fs -r --f----'- l CHEF' l-3lkm5 hadminton sind basketball. These playdays were Treasurer .,,..,, .....,,....,. E Judy Martin Back Row: Karen Chandler. Janice Berger. Portia Mutschler. Sandra Martz, Diana Evans, Linda Price. Susan Tem- . , Y P. pleton. Marlene Parks. Rita Nettrour. Susan Neibert, lla Stone. Pauline lxetzel. Second Row: Terry ippenger. Karen Clouse. Suzannah Calbeck. Sharon Ingle. Mary Sue Pippenger, Delores Wade. Anita Corwin. Marilyn Lutes. Goldie Adams. Mary Ann Hawley. Frances Spicher. Arneal Pippenger. Mary Duckwall. Martha Robinson. Front W L' d H k an. Dianna Weaver. Linda Reed. Barbara Stouder. Janice Row: Connie Haney. Lou Ann yrnan. in a ec am Miller. Sherrilynn Gonser. Jacqueline Fisher. 6-l O. l".ist Side Grocery-Qllallli l"4.mlv umf Mrufi N. I.ent1, lJ.I7.S.-li-U1 last Marltet Stree .xml fllllllih' .ulnlul muclm fului' .iml .utlvlty In lwnlm nur liuwllmll .xml lmslxutlmll gaimcs this yc.u'. muscles lllcy put xuirlcty mtu yclls lwy llklkllllg Qplits :xml summcrs.1ults lu tlwcir routine. Tlwy llctcait, always slwwing good hPUI'ISl1lQll15l1lP. Rosemary Nlillvr, Connie Fervidzl, Patricia Snider, Dixie Hzlre. Dixie Hare, Patricia Snider, Connie fiervidn. Rosa-mary Nliller. Cheerleaders Um' pcppy cl1curlu.lLlci's l'.1t. lluscl11.i1'y, lllxic, Tliruuglm mucli PIHICIICU .mel m..ny ilflllllg ilsu mtrmlucul swim' ulcvcr new yulls. Tlicy l-:Ll us in flu-urs tlmruuglm victury and llciwli Supply l'u.+f'fu'r1lnul1 ami farm Mzlbfvllri 65 I. R. Arnutl K S011-luunuml uml Rruf lfffufi' .ki a.LtlLX.i.iir ,lgi Front Row: John Kendall, Ronald Hollar, Ronald Wilson, David Arch, Devon Weaver, Ronald Elliott, Larry Riley, Thomas Richmond. Terry Haney, David Geyer, Russell Hepler, Brent Gall. Philip Arnott. Lee Price. Second Row: Edwin Berger. Dennis Downs, Robert Haines, Warren Brock, Roy Brock, Roger Heckaman, James Fields. Richard Plctcher. Larry Stahly, Vance Lopp, james Hamsher, William Stouder, Larry Stutzman, Harry Hood. Back Row: David Stoops, jack Stump, Robert McDonald. Gene Heckaman, Larry Cripe, Richard Wright, Gerald Mattern. Larry Lakins, Chris Woodhams, Walter Corwin, Larry Nunemaker, William Martindale, Danny Sla- baugh, jan Culp. James Stouder, james Lutes. Schedule A pril April April April April April May May May May May 66 12 IS 21 24 ZS Bo l 7 ll- I9 'ci f Roeliester ..,.,.,,i,,,. ,,,,,,, T Wilky"CtlllCi?fd Goshen Relay Fresh manf Sopli f omore Meet ....t.,,,,,, H lxokomo Relays .....,i.,.,.,ii,i,,. i,,,,., T Goshenllowe County Meet .. ljlymoutli .,...... Sectional Meet Regional .... .. State ..i.., .. ...i.. .T ........Fort Vkfayne ...mlmlianapolis Top pictures: Mr. Courtney, Terry Haney, Walter Corwin, Vance Lopp, Edwin Berger. Bottom Picture: Mr. Courtney and team huddle. Track A sport incrcasing in popularity at N.l"l.S. is track. Although th-:rc .tru not thc crowds sit' tcntling and the cnthusiasm for it as in thc othcr sports, it is growing catch year, This your forty hoys wcrc out for track. This is morc than havc shown an intcrcst in past ycars, Thc fixtc seniors on tht- train wcrc Riclmrtl NVright, Vsfziltcr Cor- win, Edwin licrgcr, Vwlirrczi Brock, and Russ-:ii Hvplcr. The tcain had not yct pnticipntctl in any lncuts at thc tinic thc Napanvt wont to prcss, hut tht- rcports arc good :intl wc want to wish them luck, Lust ycairk ttxnn had il succcssful scason, winning the suctiongil track mcct, and hrcaking - . A .5 James Fields, Larry Laluns, Mr. Courtney. Mr. numcrous rccortls. Lot s hopu thc W6 roam can Springer, Gerald Ivlgtlprnq Warren Brock, do as wcil. Top Picture: Ronald Elliott. Richard Wright. Bottom Picture: Chris Woodhanms. Right Picture: Roger Evans, Gene Robinson, Robert Lehman. 6- High School Individual Index SENIORS Arnott, Ralph Jackson-10, 11, 15, 17, 31, 51, 53, 63. Berger, Edwin-4, 12, 26, 28, 31, 44, 45, 46, 54, 58, 63, 66. Brock, Warren--31, 58, 60, 63, 66, 67. Brunso, James-6, 9, 12, 14, 17, 26, 31, 46, 58, 61, 63. Buss, Robert-4, 31, 56. Corl, Patsy-31, 56. Corwin, Walter-11, 13, 15, 30, 31, 46, 50, 51, 63, 66. Culp, Dean-12, 31, 56. Culp, Janet-4, 8, 9, 12, 14, 32, 48, 50, 51, Culp, LaVon-4, 32. Ervin, Russell-32, 46, 56. Fervida, Connie-2, 8, 12, 14, 15, 17, 29, 32 48, 50, 51, 52, 53, 65. Foster, Eddie-4, 6, 9, 11, 12, 14, 50, 51, 54, 58, 60, 61, 63. Gcorge, Donnie-32, 56. Gillis, Sherry-26, 32, 56. 15, 32, 44 Hahn, Kathleen-2, 6, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17, 26, 44, 45, 48, 51, 52. Hall, Mary Ellen-33, 56. Haney, Leota-33, 48, 54, 56. Hepler, Russell-4, 10, 12, 16, 33, 53, 66. Hockert, Fred-33, 46, 58, 63. Hossler, Abby Lee-4, 11, 12, 16, 33, 48, 53, 54. Hossler, Connie-11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 30, 53, 54. Lehman, Philip-2, 6, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 30, 33, 41, 44, 45, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 61, 63. Leer, Luanne-6, 12, 14, 33, 48, 52. Lopp, Sarah Lee-11, 12, 14, is, 16, 26, 34, all aet 12131415 6344 McF.1n-, , , .2. .3,51 Martz, Marilyn-15, 17, 34, 48, 52, 54. Mellinger, Marcia-6, 26, 34, 56. Miller, Carol june-4, 12, 14, 17, 25, 34, 54, 64. Miller, john Marlan-4, 6, 12, 15, 16, 26, 28, 53, 54. Miller, Mary Lucille-4, 9, 14, 16, 26, 28, 29, 45, 48, 51, 53. Reed, George-4, 34, 55, 56, Reed, Ierry--14, 35, 53, 56, 58. Rensberger, DonnaBell-35, 56. Rensberger, Wilfred--14, 15, 35, 46, 54, 55, Shaw, Lester-6, 12, 15, 35, 56. Snider, Patricia-8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 44, 45, 48, 51, 52, 65. Stahly, Barbara-2, 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 48, 51, 53, 55. Stahly, John-4, 11, 12, 14, 17, 28, 29, 35, 58, 63. Stouder, Sally-6, 26, 35, 48, 54, 55, Stump, Kenneth-14, 15, 17, 28, 29, , Stump, Linda-6, 12, 14, 36, 50, 54. Tobias, Patty-15, 26, 36, 48, 54. Weldy, james-12, 36, 54, 55, 56. Williams, Leo-16, 36, 58. 56. 36 Woodhams, Betty-4, 11, 12, 15, 16, 28, 36, 48, 50, 51, 53. Wright, Richard-4, 6, 7, 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, 36, 46, 54, 58, 60, 61, 63, 66, 67. Young, Kenneth-4, 28, 36, 56. 68 46, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 44, 45, 29, 50, 33, 26, 54, 50, ,54 50, 34, 34, 63. 29, 26, 51, 54, 44, 17, 50 53 54 58 54 45, 46, 32 51 50 28 58 53 52 51 44 35 35 56 58 45 29 1 a 1 s 1 Q Jumons Adams, Iean-38. 56, 64. Arch. David-11, 15, 38, 46, 52, Beezley, Gloria-38, 54, 66. 48, 52, 54. Bolinger, Frank-38, 56. Brock, Roy-38, 59, 63, 66. Brooke, Betty-16, Chandler, Linda-2, 51, 54. 38, 48. 4, 6, 15, 16, 38, 44, 45, 48, 50 Chupp, Leroy-5, 10. 38, 56. Chupp, Shirley-38, 56. Conrad, Thomas--2, 9, 16, 38, 46, 51, 59, 60, 63. Coppes, Richard-5, 38, 46, 52. Corl, Ray-5, 38. Culp, Jan-6, 10, 16, 38, 46, 52, 54, 60, 66. Diener, Lester-38, 56. Diener, Lydia-6, 3 8, 56. Ervin, Jeanette--38, 48, 53, 54. Fink, Ralph-38, 46, 52. Frenger, William-38. George, Noel-5, 10, 38, 52. Grimm, Sue-38, 4 8, 53, 54. Haines, Robert-38, 56, 66. Haney, Terry-38, 59, 63, 66. Heltzel, june-38, 48, 56. Hoover, Ned-5, 3 8, 52, 56. Hummel, John-38, 46, 53. Hunsberger, Jack-38. Keifer, William-5, 38, 52, 54. Ketzel, Marianne-38, 48, 54. Klingaman, janet- 38, 48, 51, 52, 54. Lakins, Larry-2, 6, 7, 9, 14, 38, 46, 59, 60, 61, 63 66, 67. Lehman, Marilyn-38, 56. Lopp, Vance-7, 9, 14, 33, 37, 44, 45, 46, 53, 54 59, 60, 61, 63, 66. Losee, Vonda Sue-38, 56. McDonald, Larry-10, 38, 56. Martin, Judy-37, ss, 44, 45, 48, 54, 64. Martindale, Sue-5, Martindale, William Mattern, Gerald-9 38. --38, 56, 59, 66. , 38, 46, 59, 60, 63, 66, 67. Miller, Donald-38. Miller Joe-38 56 Mmefl Rosemary-is, ss, -ss, ss, 54, ss, es. Miller, Thelma-38, Peters, Nancy-14, 56. 37, 38, 48. Petersen, Patricia-38, 48, 56. Phend, Judy-38. Pletcher, Sue-38, Price, Michael-38, 48, 52, 54. 46, 53, 59, 63. Rose, Judy-15, 16, ss, 43, 51, ss, 54. Spicher, James-38. Stoops, David-6, 14, 38, 46, 50, 53, 54, 66. Stouder, Kay--38, 56. Stutzman, Sally-14, 15, 38, 48, 55. 1 Swihart, Jean-6, 8, 38, 48, 54, 56. Walters, Clara Rae-6, 16, 38, 48, 51, 52, 64. Woodhams, Chris-6, 11, 14, 15, 38, 46, 51, 59, 60, 66, 67. SOPHOMORES Combs, Edward-15, 39, 47, 52. Cripe, Larry-4, 39, 45, 47, 55, 59, 63, 66. Downs, Dennis-4, 39, 47, 66. Dumph, Glenda-39, 48, 56. Elliott, Ronald-15, 39, 46, 63, 66, 67. Evans, Roger-39, 47, 54, 55, 59, 62, 67. Field. Sue Ellen-4, 15, 39, 53, 54. 53, 54 Fields, James-15, 39, 47, 52, 54, 59, 60, 62, 66, 67. Gall, Brent-15, 17, 39, 47, 60, 62, 66. Ganshorn, jerry-39, 47, 52, 54, 55, 62. Geyer, David-14, 15, 37, 39, 45, 47, 58, 59, 62, 63, 66. Hahn, Carol Sue-37, 39, 48, 52. Hamsher, James-15, 16, 39, 47, 54, 60, 66. Hare, Dixie-4, 14, 15, 39, 53, 54, 65. Hartman, Carol-39, 54, 64. Hawley, john-17, 39. Heckaman, Gene-39, 47, 54, 59, 63, 66. Heckaman, Roger-39, 47, 54, 62, 66. Hochstetler, Philip-39. Hood, Harry-39, 59, 66. Hoover, Anita-8, 15, 39, 48. Huffman, Harold-39. Hunsberger, Fred-37, 39, 47, 52, 54, 55. Ingle, Yvonne-39, 64. jones, Linda-39, 48, 53, 54. Kauffman, Judith-39, 54, 64. Keifer, Loretta-39, 64. Keim, Edward-10, 39, 59, 62, 63. Kendall, ixohn-15, 39, 47, 59, 66. Kendall, illiam-39, 47, 53, 54. Klotz, Marie-39. Lakins, Peggy-39, 48, 54, 64. Lutes, James-10, 39, 59, 62, 63, 66. McDonald, Robert-39, 45, 47, 53, 54, 55, 6 Martin, Dorothy--17, 39, 54, 56. Martin, Patsy-39, 48, 54, 55, 64. Miller, Donald-39. Miller, Harold-11, 39. Nettrour, Letitia-39, 48, 52, 54. Petersen, Harry-39, 47. Rensberger, Douglas-39. Riley, Larry-39, 47, 55, 59, 62, 66. Rood, ,lane Ann-15, 39, 48, 52, 54, 55. Ryman, Larry-39, 62. Salzman, Ruth Ellen--39, 48, 52, 54. Slabaugh, Danny-39, 47, 55, 59, 66. Slabaugh, Judy-39. Sparks, Carol-39, 54. Stahly, Larry-39, 55, 66. Stickel, Charlotte-39, 48, 55. Stone, Donna-39, 52, 56. 6. Stouder, William-39, 47, 54, 55, 59, 62, 66 Stouder, James Wade-39, 59, 62, 66. Stump, jack-39, 62, 66. Thomas, Stanley-39. Thompson, Patricia-39, 48, 53, 54, 55. Ulery, Dorothy-39, 48, 53, 54. Wagner, Donna-39, 48, 52. Wafner, Marguerite-39, 48, 55, 56. We dy, Carol-39, 48, 54, 56. Welty, Joyce Ann-39, 48, 52. Woodhams, Mary Jean-39, 54, 58, 64. Yoder, Gerald-39. Zook, Raymond-39, 47, 62. FRESHMEN Armold, Carole-40, 45, 49, 56, 64. Arnott, Philip-37, 40, 47, 52, 53, 55, 66. Berger, Doris Ann-40, 49, 53. Blucker, Gene-40, 56. Brooke, Lynne-40, 52. Callander, Mary Lou-40. Cavander, Laney-10, 40. Chupp, Blva-40. Culp, jean-40, 49, 53. Culp, Maurine-40, 54, 56. Dean, Ronnie-40. Duncan, Laverne-40. Elliott, Martha-40, 56. Enkolf, john-40. Evans, Danny-40. Fink, Dale-16, 40. George, Dennis-40, 47, 56. George, James-40, 47, 56. George, Larry-40, 47, 52. Getz, joan-17, 40, 49. Greenawalt, Ruth Ellen-40, 56, 64. Haines, Ruth-40, 56. Hartman, Martha-37, 40, 49, 53, 54, 55 Hartman, Miriam-40, 49, 54. Heckaman, Delores-40. Heckaman, Stanley-17, 40, 47, 52. Hershberger, Alton-40, 47, 55. Hollar, Ronald-17, 40, 52, 55, 66. Homan, Larr -10, 40. Hostetler, John-40, 47. Hoyt, Sharie-15, 40, 49, 52. Kelly, Cecil-40, 49, 54, 64. Kelly, Francis-40. King, Barbara-40, 49, 52. Kohler, Albert-40, 55. Leer, Patricia-40, 49, 52, 53. Longenecker, james-40, 53, 55. Marvel, Delores-40. Marvel, Loretta-17, 40. Miller, Arthur-40. Miller, Carolyn-40, 56, 64. Miller, Edna-40. Miller, Karen-40, 49, 64. Miller, Margo-40, 49, 52. Mullet, Jonas-40. Nichols, Sandra--40, 49, 52. Nine, Sharlene-40, 56. Norton, Richard-40. Nunemaker, Larry-40, 47, 59, 66. Otto, Larry-40, 47, 56. Otto, Verna-40, 49, 54. Peltier, Joanne-40. Pippenger, James-10, 17, 40, 55. Pippenger, Sue-40, 49, 64. Pletcher, Connie-10, 17, 40, 49, 52, 53 Pletcher, Richard-40, 47, 53, 55, 66. Price, Lee-40, 45, 52, 66. Rassi, james-40, 47, 53. Rhine, Ronald-40. Richmond, Thomas-40, 47, 59, 66. Ringenberg, Leon-40. Robinson, Carl-40, 67. Scheets, Robert-40, 52, 56. Sechrist, Sharon-8, 40, 56, 64. Sharke , Juanita-40, 56. Shaw, Edward-40. Sheet, Wendall-40, 47, 56. Slabaugh, Karole-17, 40, 49, 52, 56. Smith, Sandra-40, 49, 54, 55, 64. Spicher, Lorrine-40, 56. Spicher, Merle-40. Stavig, Paul-40. Stuckman, Sharon-40, 49, 52. Stutzman, Larry-40, 66. Swihart, Dennis-40, 53. Swihart, Marcia-40, 64. Thurston, Jerry-40. Umbaugh, Helen-15, 40, 45, 52, 64. Watson, Lawrence-40. Weaver, Devon-40, 66. Welty, Carolyn-40. Williams, Robert-40. Wilson, Ronald-40, 66. Wysong, Vonda-37, 40, 49, 54. Yoder, Esther-40. Yoder, Lester-40. Yoder, Marie-40. Zentz, Joyce-40, 49, 52, 64. Senior Week JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Athenian Room, Hotel Elkhart, Elkhart, Indiana Friday Night, May 18, 1956, at 7:00 o'clock Welcome ......................,............... ------------ V AHCC I-Opp Response ,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,.... W alter C0fWlf1 Prgphecy ,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,....,,.... ........ D 0l'l3.lCl Mlllef, Linda Chandler, Richard Coppes Will ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.......,................. J udy Rose Jean Swihart, Clara Rae Walters Entertainment ...............,........................---V Dick RYHH SENIOR CLASS NIGHT Community Building Auditorium Tuesday Night, May 22, 1956, at 8:00 o'clock Qpening Remarks ,,.,,,,,,.,,......,..... Haskell B. OSl3Ol'I'1 Superintendent of Schools "Seventeen" and "Autumn Leaves" .............. SCIHOI' Dixieland Band-Jack Arnott, Edwin Berger, james Brunso, Walter Corwin, Janet Culp, Conf nie Fervida, Eddie Foster, Kathleen Hahn, Rus- sell Hepler, Abby Lee Hossler, Connie Hossler, Luanne Leer, Philip Lehman, Sarah Lee Lopp, Marilyn Martz, Carol Miller, Marlan Miller, Mary Lu Miller, Patricia Snider, Barbara Stahly, Betty Woodhams. Monologue ......................,...,......... Abby Lee Hossler School Awards, Merit Awards and Honorable Mention ...................................... James O. Weddle High School Principal Kiwanis Scholarship Award ................ Jesse Hoover American Legion Citizenship Awards .................. Raymond Miller Agriculture Awards ..........,.,..... R. Selwyn Copeland State Bank Awards ...... ....,.............. G eorge Rose HifY Awards .................................... James Garretson Senior Class Will .... Kathleen Hahn, Patricia Tobias, james Brunso, Wilfred Rensberger Senior Class Prophecy ...................... Barbara Stahly, Luanne Leer, janet McFall, Kenneth Stump "Graduation Song" ............ Senior Mixed Ensemble Edwin Berger, Eddie Foster, Russell Hepler, Marlan Miller, Leota Haney, Abby Lee Hossler, Marilyn Martz, Carol Miller, Linda Stump. 70 BACCALAUREATE FIRST BRETHREN CHURCH Sunday Aftemoon, May 20, 1956, at 3:00 o'cloclc Organ Prelude-"Selections from Tannhauser by Wagner" .......................... Wagner Mrs. jesse Stuckman, Organist Processional-"Pomp and Circumstance" ........ Elgar Class of 1956, Mrs. Stuckman, Organist Invocation ................ The Reverend Norman Detroy Pastor, Grace E.U.B. Church "I'll Walk with God" ........,....................... Brodszky Senior Members of High School Chorus Miss Marilyn Fissgus, Director Scripture Meditation and Prayer .......................... The Reverend Samuel Longenecker Pastor, Church of the Brethren Address .................. The Reverend Donald Jennings Pastor, First Methodist Church "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" ............ Lutkin Senior Members of High School Chorus Benediction ...................... The Reverend Earl Bragg Pastor, First E.U.B. Church Recessional-"War March of the Priests" ...... .. Mendelssohn Class of 1956, Mrs. Stuckman, Organist Organ Postlude-"Grandioso" ........................ Sheely Mrs. Stuckman, Organist COMMENCEMENT Community Building Auditorium Thursday Evening, May 24, 1956, at 8:15 o'clock Processional-"Pomp and Circumstanceu ........ Elgar Class of 1956, High School Band Fred Webb, Director Invocation .................... The Reverend Virgil Meyer Pastor, First Brethren Church "Ballet Parisien" ........................................ Otfenbach High School Band Address--"Good for Something" ........................ .. Russell J. Humbert President of DePauw University Greencastle, Indiana "The Student Prince" .................................. Romberg High School Band Presentation of Diplomas .............. Lamar S. Stoops, Loren Hahn Members of Board of Education Benediction ...................... The Reverend L. L. Rassi Pastor, United Missionary Church Recessional-"Huldigungsmarch" .................. Grieg The Graduates, High School Band Alumni "SS" Pegge Arch, Fort Wayne Business College, Fort Wayne Paul Bolinger, Army Wayne Brock, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Mary Jane Buss,Coppes Inc. Office, Nappanee Kenlyn Calbeck, Fort Wayne Business College, Fort Wayne Ellen Callander, Quality Print Shop, Nappanee Harvey Chupp, Coppes Inc., Nappanee James Eilers, Indiana University, Bloomington Ronald Fields, Anderson College, Anderson Mary Jane Ffenger, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nap' panee Beverly George, Vitreous Steel Office, Nappanee Lyle Hall, B 85 O Railroad, Nappanee Harold Hartman, Home, Wakarusa Diana Hawley, Telephone Office, Warsaw Howard Hepler, Nappanee Lumber Sz Mfg. Co., Nappanee Daniel Hostetter, Central Tech. Institute, Kansas City, Mo. Martha Huff, Mrs. Leroy Love, Waterloo, Iowa Mziilrjane Huffman, Mrs. William Sample, Elk' 3.112 Doris Hunsberger, Mrs. Arthur Twaits, New Paris John Ingle, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Sharon Jensen, Mrs. Jack Hall, Nappanee Johanna Jerles, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Douglas Kahler, Coppes Inc., Nappanee James Lantis, Michigan State, East Lansing, Michigan Norman Marvel, Coppes Inc., Nappanee Janet Mattern, Mrs. Dwight Stahly, Elkhart Joel Mellinger, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Victor Miller, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Marcia Mutschler, Denison University, Gran' ville, Ohio Sandra Nettrour, Mrs. Basil Collins, Nappanee Joan Newcomer, Nappanee Lumber 81 Mfg. Co., Nappanee Rebecca Parcell, Deisch Supply Office, Nappa' nee Paul Parks, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Wade Pfeiffer, Vitreous Steel, Nappanee Mary Helen Pippen, Ball State Teachers Col- lege, Muncie Lowell Pippenger, Air Force Linda Pletcher, International Harvester, Fort Wayne Nancy Quigley, Mrs. Philip Ostrum, Kokomo James Reed, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Stanley Rhine, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Thelma Rose, Sechrist Plumbing 8: Heating, Nappanee Patricia Roth, Coppes Inc. Office, Nappanee Frances Sechrist, Mutschler Bros. Co., Nappanee Norma Sheets, Coppes Inc. Office, Nappanee Bryce Slabaugh, Bluffton, Bluffton, Ohio Janice Stickel, Goshen College, Goshen Donna Sutheimer, Drs. Fleetwood 81 Roose, Nappanee Donald Weaver, Manchester College, North Manchester Judith Swihart, Telephone Office, Nappanee Alan Wilt, DePauw University, Greencastle Larry Wagner, Ziliak Ford Sales, Nappanee James Woodhams, Indiana University, Bloom' ington 71 Index Achievements ..... Activities ............ Administration ....... Alumni ................ Athletics ........... Bands .............................. Basketball .......................... Blue and White Queen ........ Bookstore Clerks ............... Bus Drivers ................... Cafeteria ....... Calendar .......... Cheerleaders ........ Chorus ............. Classes ...............,.. Class Officers ......... Classroom Scenes ....... Custodians .............. D'Bulldog ............. D.C.E. ............ . Eighth Grade ...... Faculty .............. F.F.A. .......... . F.H.A. ..... . Football ..... Freshmen .............................. 28f29 ........20f21 ........52f53 ........6O-62 -.......l4-17 ........26-42 30, 37 ........18f23 ........'58f59 G.A.A. .......................................... ............. 6 4 High School Individual Index I'I1fY ............................................. .--..--- Juniors .................... Junior YfTeens ...... Librarians ............. Majorettes ..................... Napanet ...................... ........... National Honor Society ...... 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