Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

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The 1957 Napanet Nappanee, Indiana vi 3335 5 Hs' gif gf EX 9 ,M .. I " as sw fum QNQMNS www X ' ""H1mx iw M , ,E . 2.1 is 1 R J: i ,N New 21 as WNW 'i.?KQw asv, ,. Blueprints fur the Future As the construction of our new school comes nearer realization, it is possible to see the sturdy, roomy building that we have been planning the past few years. Our school must expand along with our city in providing an adequate education for thc men and women of tomorrow. just as blueprints make a sturdy building possible, our many phases of school life make up well rounded educational backgrounds for our lives in the future. Practicing good sportsmanship in athletic contests, working with people in clubs and organizations, learning to study for ourselves, and making new friends all contribute to that background. George de Haas, Janet Klingaman, and Ronald Elliott, viewed blue' prints of our future high schoolg let's look at the 1957 Napanet to see what our "Blueprints for the Future" are. 5 Ana. M-, l 2 On August 6, 1957. Dale Christner. Robert Cal- lander. Loren Hahn. Walter McDonald, Har- rison Hossler. John Coppes. Haskell Osborn. Dr. Ray Fleetwood. Levi Tobias. Lowell Mc- Cuen. Lnlxflar Stoops. Charles Lehman. and James Vveddle broke ground. ? Nluddy bulldozers cluttered the future campus of N. H. S. Nlelllur Slit 4 Steel girders made dangerous footing for con- struction workers. illrump L.lt'.lIlL!'N .mtl lliw.-r'shfj11,ll1!i filiillllll xt' gitllUP,ll7XT1lHlKIVIVIII Sfwti 'rm Xlnu. Xllllu Ilfmllzlv Sfmw fm Xlwmfz Building went nn in Vv'hen the ground was broken on a warm August afternoon, our new school building was started. On cold, snowy, sub-zero winter days, on balmy, thawing, muddy spring days, and back again to warm summer days. the construe' tion workers have been busy. Each day through' out the year the structure has come nearer completion. ,Q 'xxx Cranes. girders. bricks. pipes. and many other con- struction materials were in evidence. Progress was shown day by day as an open field be- came the promise of tomorrow. Xlcifuen Grocery-Cfouil I'ru,tf .ll Gum! Print Cl'll11.l!'l H.1rtlw.irc Coiiip.1i1y-Hiniluuw, Paxrlf, Trqi .mf Cilfli nil, Wind and Sunshine Cranes, bulldozers, and cement mixers have become common sights to us as we watch the men put steel girders, pipes. bricks, and cement floors where they belong. As this program goes on and on, we are waiting for the day when we may witness the dedication ceremonies ot this new building, ...av MM 1' 1 Iiinq and Uuenn nf Hearts were Crowned . N ,1 405. Judy Rose was queeng Larry Lakins was king. Linda Chandler, john Hummel. Rosemary Miller and Gerald Malttern were senior attendants. 6 The King and Queen of Hearts were crowned at the annual Valentine Dance which was held at the Nappxinee Cwminunity Building. The Student Council spiwnsured the eleetiun :ind completed the eeremwnies :it the dance. Vance Lopp. Student Council president, cruwned the queen. judy Ruse: .ind Vundui XX'ysimg, Stu' dent Cuuneil secretary. crowned the king, Larry Lakins. After the l,UI'IDLll1IlCS were over. the danee hand. Three Hits and Il Miss. dedic.ited ai sung, "True Love," tn the king rind queen Linda Jones, Linda Price, and Martha Hartman were court attendants. Q 1 'r Kx 7 ' Newvtijv r Templetun's Sllell Service--.'llurki'f mmf Clark Slri'i'ft Muther's lee Cre.nn-liiluunl 1.nmlal Essa Enntests Were Entered The Veterans of Foreign Wirs mam sponsored thtlr umual muon yyldt essay tontest tor semors The stu dents yyrote on the topl Amerleas Crusade or Freemens R12 ts r ohn Geyer represented the V F W m the presentatlon t e prl s Cltra in. Walters tlrst prlze yymmr retelyed 1 gold medal td twht dollars The seeond to htth plaee yymners were Thomn Conrad Lmda Chandler ludy Rose, and Rostmtry Mllltr yyho rt telyed sl me four an tvyo dollars recpeetney Cl.-tri Ru hrouvht dlstme tlon to our sehool hy yum U'lLI LOHYL I The 1un1or yyrote tc r the Amentan Lemon essay con test yxh1e was entltt Our Amerlean HLIIIAKTL The Amemean Lemon was A o represented hy Mr ohn Gey er when the PTI were pre ented F1rst pn e Xklfllivel' Pitrltla Thompson who rtetlyed mehr dollars Setond to htth plaet yym hers were Bonme un Dorothy Ulrry ohn Ken dill md Dorothy lviartm yy o rteelyt IX hm tour md txxo dollars re-peetlytly Top Picture Thomas Conrad Clara Rae Walters, Mrs john Geyer Second Pncture Mrs Gey er Lmda Chandler Judy Rose, Rosemary Muller Third Plcture Mrs Geyer, Pa trlcra Thompson, Bonnie Cam Bottom Pxcture Mrs Geyer, Dorothy Ulery John K endall, Dorothy Martm Ncuhauscr Harchtncs Good Luck Chick: O A Lambert Produce 1 : ax' . - X X' Q 1 2 ' " X Xt.. X X: ' :X ' :. X . X X 3 ' X X 'C A- , -S ., , f XX X 'X 'kh M s. J , H , ,St , , . A .Tl 5 SA-X ' of hX 4:61. 2 ' R1 X , s - - - ' N y' , 5 L 7 X'X' 'X 2 x ' an X9 I :. X X' Q. 'T Y' YW 3 2: , , ' . ,a , 3, 51 Q v ' 5 v sl :-X, X ,,, , L1 ' 1 : X. XX ' 'Xl '. ' z Q' , ' X' ' S- v v' , ning second place in the dis' 'X X Xs. 3 V I S V S .E 7 , --1 , - :M , , X: ' "h 'Q X 'lXd ,, X .i X .1 H.. b . 5 3 ,-' x I v 5 'ls X X: X ' 5. j X 'X ' X X 'zcs vw 5 351 A 4 1- 4: V N 1 f -I Q Q 7 s-J vs 3' T . X 5 'X X 'X Cz' , , T , J N , , 4 , z f ' ' ,h Wd 5-,Q U, 7 a ' ' : X: XX A 'X '. 7 l - -rr 1: ' f' ' Eff'-fi, wi Noel George. Sue Martindale. LeRoy Chupp. Sue Grimm, and jim Hamsher took part in a panel discus- sion in speech class under the direction of Mrs. Miles. A----agp, i me in 'S .-.:, Steve Hockert. Ruth Ellen Salzman, and Jane Rood learned from Miss Pauline Hoover that Latin and English are closely related languages. Nliss Cline. Pat Petersen, Vonda Losee. Sue Pletcher. and Marianne Ketzel looked on as Kay Stouder and fhelma Miller demonstrated modern sewing tech- niques. S Sl Mr. Postma taught Carol Sue Hahn. Anita Hoover Mike Hoover. and Dorothy Martin the arrangement of typewriter keys. .us lhnk ul Nixppxiwc-,llurlzfur ur tfv. I'i'.fur'.1l IJ.p.1, IH, imp, Skills . . . Thenr . . . Bnnkwnrl-i Home economies classes. typing classes, sho classes. agricultural classes, and gym classes gave ns a chance to develop our inannal skills. ln these classes we learned hy doing, Because they are usually electives, these classes were snia and informal. Iohn Judy class. Sure sv svw Q es if Q ' sq , ,M 'il I f if Q W 'X' L . E I x Physical education students learned to plav deck tennis Enkoff identified a muscle by pomtmg it out to Pat Thompson Wendy Sheets Larry Homan and Rose and Bob Scheets in Mr. Peden's health Gene Robinson learned from Mr Hoover how to use a car jack Bank uf NJPPJHSU-.lll'I1IfVi'I' uf Ifii' I'i'.li'1ul Rwwlzi' Si I 111 ll . . . Have s the Background fur llur Lives . .. English. histnry, und haisic maithemzitics suhjeets generally chosen hy students who are courses are required for gmduaition. Often these intending tn go tn college. Because they. two, general courses direct pupils in developing an are electives these classes are usually small and interest in specific fields for future study and informal. and teachers are iihle to give students work. :ndixidunl attention and tn help them tn learn Matheniatics. physics. speech. and Latin are htm' to study hetter. At the board Jim Hamsher proved to Linda Chandler. john Kendall, Pat Thompson, Susie Field, Ralph Tom Conrad, Mr. Hartle. and Dave Sloops that it Fink. Dave Arch, Tom Conrad. Dick Coppes. and was possible to find an unknown side of a triangle by jim Lures leamed to balance scales in Mr. Rule's using a fomiula involving tangents. physics class. ll! Nappance Milling Company--Qimlztj Flour and Fords .After Hiqh Slzhnnl .. Sharon Stuckman located certain European countries for jim Pippenger, Sue Ellen Pippenger. Devon Vveaver. and Jean Swihart in world history class. , to .,.,.e, X WM QNMWAVD 'N Thelma Miller and Jim Stouder admired Patsy Mar tin's sketch while Joanne Peltier continued to draw. Mr. Copeland explained charts to Larry Burckhart, Dennie George, Rodney Stump. Wendy Sheets, Larry Otto. and Jim Stouder. Dunham and Love-Prvwriptmux-Fozmluin Sunil: Merle Spicher. Dale Fink, Mr. Conrad, and Dick Con rad watched as Gene Robinson demonstrated safety measures in the use of a power saw. E. Newcomer EL Son-Thr' Sfmt' of Fmt' Iuzwliy l l Blueprints fur 1955-57 SEPTEMBER -L Summer ended: silixuil began! 7. Nappztnee played at fioluinhia City .ind won lier lirst ttmtball extine. 5. Seniors earned their first niimney for trip by selling concessions at wrestling matcli. ll. Students tried out lor positions in Chorus. IES. Dottie Ulery reported to Yfl-eens about her experiences at the State Y7l'een Conference. 14. Student Council assembly program tickets went on sale. 26. Robert Edgar was the speaker for our first assenihly proerzun. ZS. Lfnderclgts-nien posed lor "Nzip:tnet" pictures. OCTUBER 3. Seniors were looking their best t-'day for senior pictures. S. junior English and lui-tory elzt-so xxent tu early fliiiericaii Dearborn Village in Mieliiggm. - ---.. -' .. -. .z. . . ... f . .Kr li. Xapanet group pictures were taken and senior tri-runs ietuint . I-X. Senior- -xxeated over state scholarsliip test. The lxnux eanie gun' eluded a suece-stul football season ut 7 veins Lind I losses. 296. Students took a xwiegttimi: teachers went to State rlieacliers .Ks-oeigttitni. H. Nappztnee rilirrulls .md P. T. fx. eelelirttted Hztllmveen with loud and entertgtrnrnent. NOYlifXll3ER I. Nhlen .uid date- vent to picnic. . . , IH. Seietiettklgttli students .attended Herenqe'fXl.it1x lair .tt lurdue. 14 flllllfflillll Edutati--n XY..-ek rut- nh-erred by tl lmiel-t lu seliuol night with patients attending classes. ltr. The Bulldogs -cured their Iirst of at serie- ul xietories by downing XxvLlli5ilXX l9. Mary Dueluvzill. lu Ellen Hvssler. Kaatren Chandler. and Pat Xlaster sun were chosen for -lr. High cheerleaders, 24. "Napttnetu and "D'Bulldoe" -tails sponsured Turkey Trot dance. 26. Yflecns made .ind -wld Cliristnra- eursatges. Nt, Nappanee ver-us Elkhart meant the traditnuml Blue .ind Vfliite Day E .it x. H. s. DECEMBER 14. Naps held Bremen scoreless lor the tirst quarter .ind mum 7327. lo. Band and Chorus presented ll Cliristnixis Concert. ll. Christmas vacation time hnally arrived. IS'9. Vfe didn't win thc Holiday Tourney. ,IANUARY 2. Christmas xacatiun ended all tim sumti. IU. The srimxstuiwii hrolight with it ar: unexpected holiday. .ls school xxa. di-missed. Zo. Vocal Contest .tt ljlyrnuuth included many X. H. 5. groups. ll. Nlore group pictures were taken for the iiN2lfWlll1Cf.-i Top to Bottom. Left to Right: Y-Teens roasted wieners at Syracuse Lake. Freshmen decorated goalposts for football game. Junior and senior girls presented skit at football pep session. Senior football players were recognized at pep session. Students remembered Mrs. lVlcGrew on her birthday. Sophomores entertained with skit at Halloween Festival. Speech class burlesqued Miss America ceremonies. Future Americans voted on November 6. Boys played donkey basketball. Wfe marched to Community Building to observe Armsitice Day. Seniors were the Hrst to get season basketball tickets. Underclassmen pictures were distributed. Chorus presented first program of the year. Kay designed display for National Education Week. Juniors decorated for pep session before Elkhart game. Tish and Peg put fiinishing touches to "Beat Elkhart" slogan. 12 N ,WWW Q A' , 5 x ba s FEBRL ARY Z. The hand entered the District Solo and Ensemble contest at l.1gUIllCI'. 9. King and Queen ol Hearts were crm-.ned at the Valentine Dance. 22. A 7654 victory mer Middlehury made a Srand tinale to the replltliu season! great 171 record. M 'S Students journeyed to Indianapolis for hand and chorus State bolw and Ensenihle conte-ts. MARCH ll. Senior Play tryfoutf hegan. I l3. Senior English class saw ufvlachcthi at Notre Dante. li. "Quiet Sunirneru play cast was announced. ld. Rehearsals lur play hcian. 'll Students enjoyed a welcome hallfday vacation while teachers attended a conlerenee in Vfarsaw. ll. The hand delighted its audience with .t splendid spring concert. N Zo. Special li. li, A, awards were presented at annual li lr. A. l-atlit-ilhnvi Banquet. V 29. The chorus was praised highly lor its concert. FH, Both hand and chorus earned superior ratings in di-triet contest APRIL iffy The hand was on tour hir two days. lu. Athletic awards were announced at Nffwleni- Banquet. 13. The hand and the chorus participated in state contests. 1912. School was disnu-sed iur Easter vacation. IU. The Nappanee Thinlies entered the Go-hen Track Relays. '3. The Bremen track team competed with Nappanee at the Narranee tield. 29. The Goshen Distriet Relays were scheduled for today, MAY l. l..tl-teville came to Nappanee lor tl traeli meet. 13. Seniors turned tu actors and actre-ses in 'iQu1et Suininer, 7. The Xappanee tracker- vied lor lttvntrrs .tt County Track Meet. H The vi-:ting lnd1.tn.t State 'Teaelwrs College hand entertained music lovers. llllll. Another track ttlcct ineant more competition lor the Narppanee ffillll. li, Mothers were honored at Nlotlierl Day hand concert. 17. ,Iuniors tered seniors at tradztiunal hlunit-r'Sen1or Receptiun. 19 Senior- solenrnized the heginnine til Cunrrnencenrcnt Vfeelt at Bac- ealaureate. - . Outstanding seniors were recognized at Senior Class Night program. 13, Dr. Carl S. XX'inter-. pastor ol the First Baptist Church of Oak Park. lllinois. delivered zhe Commencement Address. Seniors played their last notes with the N. H. S. hand. 24 Napanets were delivered: this closed the one hundred seventyfseventh dav of school. Z6fT'8'9. Senior- took their lone anticipated trip to New York! Tcl Top to Bottom. Left to Right: Band Boosters sponsored annual hand pot-luck. Sophomores sold peanut crunch and mints. Jr. Y-Teens sent Christmms packages to Piney Woods in Nlississippi. Sr. Y-Teens ate amidst Christmas decor at their Mother-Daughter Banquet. Student Council sponsored decorating traditional Christmas tree. Advanced art class decorated entrances at Christmas time. The Christmas Story was told dramatically by the speech class. Quartet sang at the Christmas Concert. The "Sno-Ball" highlighted Christmas vacation. A gracious Mr. Schrocht was introduced by Dottie. Senior taffy sales began. Seniors selected commencement invitations. The "I-Ieart Hopw was another big social event. Sr. Y-Teens canvassed for the Heart Fund. Seniors purchased sectional tourney tickets. Bulldogs hoped for victory at sectional tourney. Jr. Hi-Y sold blue and white corsages to sectional tourney fans. Devon Klotz named our new Bulldog Mascot. Seniors pledged to tell the truth about results of tourney. National Honor Society polished the trophies. Jim Rood won a blue ribbon at Science Fair. Seniors staged a rehearsal of "Quiet Summer." Fred was Dottie's opponent in checker tourney. The olympic pole vaulting preacher, Bob Richards. posed with Ralph Fink. John Hummel was X-rayed by T. B. mobile unit. 14 MWNSSM 'NM lm? 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' . v . . . I l . ' - . . . HQ . .T- - - J . - hy . Ea Parse'-1955 Heceptinn The kll1HlUI"SCIliUT Reception held in tlic Atliciiinii l3.illi'ms1n iii tlic H.-rel iillilmrt was given by Ilic class Ill- ii' iii liiviiwi' of the class swf 'Vw A+ tlic guests enrurctl tlic lmllruiuii they sux' txxww lite NllCLl llmvci' txirt- imicli like tliu mics im tlic strccts wt l'.ii'is, liwlliwxviiig tlic tlicmc lil' Clay l'.ii-tw. tlic Lililcs xx'ci'c tlt-t-w.iictl xvitli Illllllilfllll' .irtifts imiiiting .it tlicii' tziscls A small rcplicii of llic lllillicl I-wxxci' mis tliu center piece ill tlic 4I'C.iliCl'SA tiilale. I'ROCIRi-XM V r l..i Biciivciitic N .nice Lopp Li Rcspoiisc Vfailtcr Corwiii l-c Tcstaimciit Alutly Ruse, Altxiii Swili.ii't, Clam Vwfiltcrs L41 Prophetic' Dun Miller. Linda Chiindlur, Dick Ccwppcs Lt' l7cx'ci'tcssc1iiciit Dick Stmici' Top to Bottom. Left to Right: Sum Grimm, Larry Lakins. and Judy Rose were ready for the festivities to begin. Gay decorations adorned the tables. Vance Lopp welcomed the guests. Whlter Corwin responded to the welcome. The last will and testament of the class of '56 was read by Judy Rose. Linda Chandler. Dick Coppes. and Don hliller looked into the future of the class of ,56. Larry Lakins tried some of hir. Stoncr's magic tricks with little success. Donnie George tried to discover when a knot is not a knot. l.ix -lift Clclricrs-Cli,ii11f1q fur' Nu pi17'fi:illi.1V' ,nw BET' ww J Activities Nlany clubs and organizations are available for the varied interests of the students in Nappanee High School. By taking an active part in these activities, the students are able to develop their sense of responsibility and leadership and their ability to get along with other people. One of these organizations was the pep band that entertained during the half time periods at basketball games. Lmda Chandler udy Martnn Davxd Stoops The Nxuonal Honor Souety mcluded e1Ght bemors Incl three jumors who were eleeted by the tx ulty on th lm IS of sehol1r3h1p leader bhlp berxlee and eharaeter Under the leader h1p of Mr Paul Hirtle the Group eonunued the projeet of reeorchnv for frannnv the names of all N H S btudenta vxho haxe been mem bers of the Nltxonxl Honor Soelety A new honor roll my -tem xxx: dumed Tr4d1t1onilly tirmbhed trophe were poh hed by mernherb of the orY1n1 anon Pfewlllnllf ludy Mxrnn Vler Prem ent DiX1L.l Stomp breruirg Tre urer Lmdl Chandler atmnal Hnnnr Samet Back Row: Jan Culp, Edward Combs, Thomas Con- Front Row: Judith Rose, Dorothy Martin. Linda rad. David Stoops. Fred Hunsberger, Vance Lopp. Chandler. Clara Rae Wfalters, Judy Martin, Mr. Hartle. XY'2ll.lrd Xl. Naylor-luxlzr'.1l1m', Krall lflfrllu, l.r:.ll1' fl -ll Xlmeph Viv. Kinoig-rlllrsrrlvx ul 1.1111 Y? Vance Lopp, Thomas Conrad, Vonda Wiysong. The student eouneil is an organization eomf posed of National Honor students selected from junior and senior classes and underelgissnien elected hy their elzissnizites to represent them in student government. Duriztg tlie year the student eirizzteil sfwzif 1'1'CLl ifxii' .asseitihly INI'1lQI'l11fXS xvlziqli vxertf pref exited tn t' Q student lwtly. llI'CSlxlCI1l r,,,.i.... ,,,,,,,,i X Hines Lui-p Vice-llresident, ,,,., ,,., T liwitias Czwnrad Seeret.1ryfTi'e.isi:rer ...,.. .,,,, V wzidi XVys:wnQ Student Enunlzil HQ'- 14 Os vw Back Row: Jan Culp, Thomas Conrad, David Stoops, Larry Nunemaker, Vance Lopp, Philip Arnott, Steven Price. Second Row: Edward Combs, Richard Conrad. Linda Chandler, Vonda Wysong. Judith Rose. Clara Rae Walters, Judy Martin. Michael Mitchell, Mr. Weddle. Front Row: Dean Knepp, Brian Fervida, Carol Holfer. Dorothy Martin. Sandra Thomas. Randall Richmond. Brant Nettrour. Fred Hunsberger. C. XV. klulmwn 81 Son-Trix Our Smlu Iwznzluirz Drs. Fleetwood .ind Rouse-Ojiri' .YJf717tJlI:'z' .xml VJHBIKHPI Sf: I 'l iii ... 3 A 'mf s Senior HI -Y Back Row Wllllam Kendall Roger Heckaman Edward Combs Ronald Ellrott Roger Evans Jack Stump Danny Slabaugh Vance Lopp Brent Gall Second Row Ralph Funk ames Hamsher Larry Crxpe Iohn Hummel Fred Hunsberger Wlllliln Stouder, an Culp erry Gamshorn Front Row Dav1d Arch Mxchael Price Thomas Con rad Larry Lakms Chrls Woodhanw Gerald Mattem Robert McDonald Davrd Stoops 'Vlr Hazelngg Dav1d Arch John Hummel an Culp Vance Lopp Daud Stoops The Semor H1Y was wmpobed of Jumorb and xemorb only They were 21211111 1n Lharge of the Intanule Paralybh Dune Lme vthnh 5 thelr annual eruee projeetz Chr1btmab earde were sold md the lona pllnned H1 Y pon und dm llllllly n11trr11l1Zed reudent Dax 1d Stoopt me Pre 1 ent Vanee Loop T e uurer Duld Areh Ch xpl 111 lm ulp Harry Tobus Auto Clllllk Rulmln uni! 114711, Rrjmzr 57 Bo un Stur 111 5 W up J 1 rr R 11 1 I W' lu arzl' ap lmm : ' ' . , I , ' . I , 1 1 s . I 9 J ' : G 1 v ' , . , , . . 'X H ' Y Y r 1 D 4 w 1 i' ' ' sf ' '. A' ' ' ' V8 x : l 3 L Q 3 U, S S 1 1 cc ' z ' Q ' 'Q ' ' . IJ ,.' N, nu--HiHA-Ann-----HVMAHUU 1 .' : V"'f 'Sdn ........A.VY..v..A,e1,...... . 'X 1 Secretary ....,,.,,.....,,..e,..........,... John Hummel rt 5 N .,,.....,....l,.,,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,,l. 1 " ' , 1 H1 ,,,.e,,,,,,, ,..,.,,,r.... ,....,,,e ..1., , b L C 1 . ' . . ' , , I . 9 7 ' ' ' Y 1 "1 L 1' 1 11' ' I -- S . ' C-My x Sz Buy 1' -. LJit'1'.111lG'l1' 1- 11, .1 - . . p' 1-1 Freshman Snphnmure and Junlnr HI Y The newly dtxeloped freshman sophomore club had a popular money makmg project of selllne school Jackets Tbt e Jackets were ln our school color: vuth the school name and mascot prlnted on them Presxdtnt Ph1l1p Arnott Vue Presxdent Rxehard Pletther Treasurer john Hostetler Chaplam Gene Robmson Blue and whlte earnmons were a1 am sold by the lumor H1Y a they were IH demand by student LO1I'lg' to the seetlonal tourney Thls group lneluded sexentb 1nd Ll hth graders re 1LlLI1I Robby Lehman See Treas Randall Rlehmond Cbaplam Mlehael Gey er Top Plcture-Front Row ohn Coppes Gerald Eastland Charles Blevms Ronald Wnlson Richard Pletcher Philip Amott Stanley Heckman Second Row Steven Doll Larry George Gene Robinson George Freese Mnchael Mitchell Lewis Naylor Mxchael Om Back Row Jerry Elmore Lee Hochstetler Roy McDonald Gary Culp Phxlllp Evans Thomas Rlchmond Richard Conrad Gary Stutzman Devon Weaver Bottom Picture Front Row Donald Shaw Dennls Kauffman Robby Lehman Stephen Quigley Robert Seeber Samuel Longenecker Arden Tusxng Ronald Corl Charles Wmdham Second Row Ronald Kendall Nlarvm East land Gary Schneck Douglas Hochstettler Thoma Rohr Mxller Dermott Ronald Hershberger Robert Coppes Mlchael Geyer Steven Dawson Richard Clouse Larry Martindale james Hershberger Back Row Rnchard Combs DeVon Klotz on Newcomer Robert Lundall Kxrby Muller Thomas Lehman Randall Weddle Randall Rxchmond Larry Strauss Randall Clouse Robm Wallace ames Martz 23 I ! - u w v x vs y ' -.- ,- s s - I s - 2 ' 'H 3 ' ' ' . 5 1, ' y ' X a D ' ', , f S s vs s ' s 'wg 'af' r asjlj z . " x - - x v' w x - f N - 1 ' - v x K -H 2 Vg 1 1 1 'l '--,f ex' nnnHnn,n--n- 'a . W - IU , -H'--wHH'-H--U-H-'UH-H , , . Secretary .....,..,....,........,..,,...,. Ronald Wilson VicefPresident .....vY,.,.......,..,. Steven Quigley - , 1 , , '- ' . l : J 9 9 . 7 ' ' 5 A I U . 2 . ' 3 ' ' ' ' . . Y Q 9 I ' : 7 U 9 9 7 f 7 9 ' I 1 5 . x A s . 9 A 1 - 9 v a 9 . - 5 s ' . 7 Y - 3 7 ' 7 9 . 9 - Q . , . I , - 2 . - ,J - Q , . , , - - , ,J - Senior Y-Teens Z- Th: tirit iu:i1,l event for the cluh was a hig xaiener rw st at Syracuse Lake, The traditional M:wtherfD,1ught:r Christmas Banquet was en- joyed on Deceitlaer 12. Thg mime 'fmaking roiect for the 'ear was 5' . P , 3 V -.rw itigpkiztf 1.:i,l s:lli:ig corsages at Christmas time. Q Q1 As a serviee project the cluh collected money for the Heart Fund. President ,....,..,.., .eii.e.. J udith Rose Vicefljresideiit ...,, ..... D orothy Ulery Top Row: Dorothy Ulery. Judith Rose. Bottom Row: Dixie Hare, Judy Martin. Sggfgtglry ,VYV---,A ..--'-. D jgqig Hgirg Treasurer .,.,.... ,....,.. J udy Martin Top Picture-Back Row: Sue Ellen Pippenger. Patricia Petersen. Jean Swihart. Sue Martindale, Gloria Beezley, Letit'a Nzttrour, Dorothy Martin. Rosemary Miller. Second Row: Marianne Ketzel. Joyce Zentz, Patsy Martin, Bon- nie Caine. June Heltzel. Sue Pletcher, Anita Hoover. Janet Klingaman. Mrs. Miles. Front Row: Doris Ann Berger. M:rtha Hartman. Peggy Lakins, Clara Rae Waltem, Judith Rose. Linda Jones, Dixie Hare. Bottom Picture--Back Row: Jean Culp. Barbara King, Karole Slabaugh. Charlotte Stickel. Carole Armold. Ruth Ellen Salzman. Glenda Dumph. Jane Rood. Carol Sue Hahn. Patricia Leer. Sharon Sechrist. Second Row: Miss Hoover, Margo Miller, Marsha Swihart. Judy Nlartin, Patricia Thompson. Sue Grimm. Mary Jean Woodhams. Sharie Hoyt, Sally Stutzman. Sue Ellen Field. Linda Chandler, Connie Pletcher. Sandra Smith. Front Row: Sharon Stuckman. ?anA:ra gichols. Dorothy Ulery. Marguerite Wagner. Donna Wagner. Vonda W'ysong. Carol Weldy. Joyce Welty, o nn etz. Junlnr Y Teens T e lun or Y Teens ec1'11pos cl of -urls from the Ll hth md mnth Urad 5 met l11mc111thly The wee presulent plfumed mtere tmg prcwrlrns cons1 tuw of pmel d1scuss1o11s games md Guest peikers At Cllflwfllll tm e the club ent t ree xes 0 tt 111 tmdy and choo upp les to Pmey Wlmrmd S howl Pmey Wmmods M1s Ibmlppl X 1te Ires1de11t Su 111 Te111pltto1 Seeretary Tru urer Mlfy Dutlnx nll Top Plcture Front Row enafie Bzller Judlth Schorx Ruta Farrmgton Dxane Weaver Ruth Blevms Gwendolyn Fnsher Sharon Muller Lmda Cam Second Row Frances Fnke Betty Andrews Glorla Mxller Marlene Parks Lou Ann Wyman Susan Templeton Con'-ue Haney Amta Corwm Arneal Pxppenger Lmda Pnce Back Row Paulxne Ketzel Kathy Stahly LaVonda Stahly Dnxxe Laughlm Portza Mutschler Judxth Otto Terry Pxppenger Betty Mullet Bottom Pncture Front Row Marv Susan Plppenger Susan Nenbert Judrth LEWIS Maxme Welty Lmda Reed Lmda Heckaman Marietta Holderman Suzannah Calbeck Kathy Rmgenberg Second Row Martha Robmson Kaaren Chandler oanne Slabaugh karen Clouse Carolyn Yeager Marxlyn Lutes Mary Ixmdlg Lana Kay ensen Barbara Stouder Sandra Thomas Rlta Nettrour MISS Olive Weaxer Back Row Iamce Berger Patsy Warren Nancy Arch o Ann Mnshler Duane Evans Karen Spxcher Mary Ann Hawlev Sandra Martz Mary Duckwall Io Ellen Hossler Ila Stone '5 I - hr h i f H ', ' 1 : ' ,' ' ' As Jg I ' 5 I S , a 4, V s I-s, s-' 1 s A a as ' 5 L 1 . -'S ' h A 2 s ' - --' -7 k V sf, 2 5 ,- s ez 1 ': is 'af H 1 5' h 1' lw.": fcl1h'g,'Q ',' 5' ls le' "' 5 Q , ' 1 ' :, '. President ,..,..,,,,.....,.......,.. Su:zu111ah Cnlheck fe., 1 T' , Si , . I ,. , . ., ,Z 5 , v'-'--------.- Q , .. ,A 1 . - i ,EJ b .A , . .y . . . V . , . , . . y ' ' ' . : . . , . ' . . l , . ' , I 4 1 . . 1 1 A . ' . n : 7 U Y 3 5 7 7 I . 8- . : . , . ' . . .V E. , . . I 7 ,Q u ' . r. S u . J l ,, I . 1 , I , J , , I -. 1 1 ' - 2 , . 1 J 9 9 1 ,- 9 9 I try t , f it af t c HIIHHH ' 1 ,323 V A J Nw one cxccpt .1 mcmher ot the annual starl can linoxv what a school closing snoxv storm, 2.95 which disrupted picture taking plans, and an Vg, epidemic of measles, can do to a schedule for meeting deadlines. However, concentrated eff 35 Q, vi-f forts on exenings after school and a few hectic E .:,' xveekends made it possihle for the staff to pref S 4 ':"- sent proudly this volume of the Napanet. 1 Editor, ,,,,..,,l,,,.,.... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..c I. inda Chandler ff' A CofEditor ,.,.,.,.,..,,,, ,c,,., C lara Rae Wailters f Business Maiiager ,...., ..,....,,.. D avid Stoops . ,A Asst. Bus. Maiiager .,,,,., ..,.,c D avid Arch 'Y ' L junior Editor .,,..,.,.,.,,,,,, .,.,,.,,,.. L inda jones xv junior Bus. Manager .,,,,.,,,,.,,..... jerry Ganshorn ' Art Editor ,,.....,.,c.,,,,...,,..,...,.,..,..,..,,,. Kay Stouder Sports Editors .,,..... Vance Lopp, Thomas Conrad su' Activities Editors ,,,,b l tidy lvlartin, Donald Miller, Betty Brooke X Calendar ..,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,, Sally Stutzman, .lan Culp 4 AH Photographers ,.,..,.... Gloria Beezley, Ralph Fink Gloria Beezley, Judy Martin. Sally Stutzman. Advisors ,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,r,,, Miss Esther Hoover, Vance Lopp. Thomas Conrad. Jan Culp. Donald Miller. Ralph Fink. ": - ,,.., '-.. its . X ,ii -"', 5 ..-.a 3 i .-,.:t:,a . ,- -Q F, A' ax I .. N Kay Srouder, Mrs, Rood. jerry Ganshorn. David Arch. Mr. W'eddle. David Stoops. Mrs. Mary' Rood, hir. blames XVeddle xi? Clara Rae Walters. Linda Jones. Linda Chandler. Miss Hoover. tii zz Il 1 Y' ll'Bulldnq E An outstanding mimeographed school paper was the result of many long hours spent hy the staff and advisors in preparing the hifinonthly puhlicaition, During Thanksgiving vacation the D'Bulldog and Napanet staillis sponsored ai seinifforinxil Turkey Trot for all high school students. Editor ......,,...,..........,....,...,..,, t..,t...... ,l udith Rose CofEditor ...,,,. .....,,, S ue Ellen Field Sports Editor .,,,.. ,...,,t, C hris Vwfoodhanis Columnist ....... ......,...s...... R ohert McDonald Art Editors .....,..,....... Kay Stouder, Barhaira King Exchange Editor ,...i..i................,.,v..,... Sue Grimm Cartoonist ............ ,......, B arhzirii King Sponsor ......,.................... .......... M rs. Lucy Miles Production Manager ......,, .... M r, Harvey Postmxi juditl, Rage, Sue Ellen Field, To Picture-Row l: Mr. Postma Judith Rose Chris Woodhanis Robert McDonald, Mrs. Miles. Row 2: Rose- P v v v mary Miller, Kay Stouder, Sue Grimm, Sue Ellen Field, Barbara King. Bottom Picture-Row 1: William Stouder, Thomas Conrad, Betty Brooke, Clara Rae Walton, Dorothy Ulery, Martha Plartman, David Stoops. Row 2: Gary Culp, Dixie Hare, Sally Stutzman, Janet Klingaman, Larry George. Linda Chandler, Ronald Elliott, Carol Sue Hahn, Gloria Beezley. ,, . J 27 3 N Junior Band Back Row: Nancy Arch. Jo Ellen Hossler. Mary Kindig. Nlary Duckwall. Nlartha Robinson, Janice Berger. Diana Evans. Kaaren Chandler. Sandra Hartz. Thomas King. Randall Richmond. Front Row: Stanley Lopp. Arden Tu- Qing. Fred Slahaugh. Barbara Stouder, Ruth Blevins. Dianne Weaver. Lana Kay Jensen. Anita Corwin. Robert Lehman. Stephen Quigley. Senior Band Council Back Row: Jane Rood, David Stoops. Richard Pletcher. Nlichacl Orn. Front Row: Jan Culp. john Hummel. Judith Rose. This year the Aluniur l'l1gh1B4md was omif lvwd wt only eighth grade lmmd students. There were txverityftwu lmml memlicrs. The lurid pre' Qentcd Iwi umscrtf .md p.irt1:ip.itcd in one om' ICSI. Several nf the mcmlwrs tum Tirstf and we wmlx in the Diftrict .md State 9-mln .md E111 wmlilc Cwutefts. lhdcr the tlirectnm of Mid Fred XXEH1 the lmml completed .1 rcxmrdiiig year l'rfs1tlc11t,, ,,,.,, , Ruth lileviiv Xi1CC'l,I'CSlglCIH ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, Smulcy Lupp Secretary Treaillrerw , , L.m.i Kay hlciiscn 4 Majorettes Left to Right: Rosemary Miller. Sue Ellen Field. Connie Haney. Patricia Leer. lidlifxl c,f,.,.l l'l.1it ff, IJ! Seninr Band Under the direction of Mr. Fred Webb, the band presented the Christmas, Spring, and Motheris Day concerts. The marching band entertained during half-time periods at the home football games, Many awards from the District and State Solo and Ensemble Contests were earned by band members and a superior rating was merited at the District Contest held in March. The annual spring tour included a visit Back Row: David Arch, Robert Scheets. Larry George. Betty Brooke, Robert Farrington, John Coppes, Judith Schori, Linda Heckaman, Marlene Parks. Steven Doll, James Rood. David Stoops. Row 7: Allen Corwin. Sue Pletcher, Edward Combs. Jan Culp. Ralph Fink. Fred I-Iunsberger. James Fields. Jerry Ganshorn. Stanley Heckaman, Helen Umbaugh. Robert McDonald. Row 6: Dennis Swihart. Ila Stone, Joanne Slabaugh. Rich- ard Coppes, Dixie Hare, Noel George. Donna Stone. Lewis Naylor. Barbara King. Vance Lopp. Row 5: Philip Arnott. Martha Hartman. Doris Ann Berger. Susan Templeton. Judith Lewis. Rita Nettrour. Mari- etta Holderman. Linda Price, Sally Stutzman. Suzannah Calbeck. James Rassi. Row 4: Ronald Hollar. Sandra Cox Coal X Lumber clU."Pl'Illllflf Sl'lIji'i' Dr, J, Ci. Zimniurmaii-.X't1jvji.1r1.'r' till., l'ifr1l311i'i'r1 to Conn's factory in Elkhart, a concert at Syra- cuse, one concert in Ohio, and an over night stay in Lima, Ohio. After playing for Comf mencement, the musicians put away their horns. ending a wonderful year. President ....,....... .. A...,.. John Hummel VicefPresident ......,,.,. .,,,,........ J an Culp Secretaryfrlfreasurer ..... ,,,...A E Judith Rose Nichols, Jo Ann Ingraham. Karen Spicher. Gary Culp. Jean Culp. Donna Kay Wagner. Joyce Welty, Sue Grimm. Judith Rose. Michael Price. Row 3: Richard Pletcher, Gloria Beezley, Linda Reed, L-etitia Nettrour. Sharon Stuckman. Margo Miller. Joyce Zentz. Gloria Miller. Karen Clouse. Jennafie Biller. Allen Wagner. Row 2: William Kendall. Lou Ann Wynian. Patricia Leer. Carol Sue Hahn. Ruth Ellen Salzman, Jane Ann Rood. Sharie Hoyt. Michael Orn. Maxine Welty. Caro- lyn Yeager. Lee Hochstetler. Front Row: John Hum- mel. Clara Rae Walters. Connie Haney, Karole Sla- baugh. Portia Mutschler. Dorothy Ulery. Patricia Thompson. Rosemary Miller. Linda Jones, Sue Ellen Field. Chris Woodhams. 29 High lictxiilfc Illillly stutlciits iii the t'hiii'L1s xxsrt' iiitcrcstctl iii .itldititiml cliural .ictivitica sox' eral mixed groups were orgaiiizcd. The Buys' Quartet, Girls' Triple Trio, and Mixed Eiiscmf lwlc sang .tt many local cluh amd church in-:ct ings. All wt' rlirsc groups participated iii cii stmhlt tiiiitcsts. Back Row: Gary Culp. John Coppes. Jan Culp. David Stoops, Robert McDonald. Fred Hunsberger. James Hamsher. Gene Heckaman. Jerry Ganshom. Richard Barbara King. Gloria Miller. Martha Hartman, Margo Conrad. Front Row: Carol Sue Hahn. Sue Grimm. Miller. Susan Templeton. Suzannah Calbeck, Judith Dorothy L'lery. Vonda Wysong. Judith Rose. Sally Schori. Joanne Slabaugh. Portia Mutschler. Stutzman. Patricia Thompson. Linda Jones. Back Row: Fred Hunsberger. Gene Heckaman, Robert McDonald. Wfilliam Kendall. James Fields. Richard Coppes. Stanley Heckaman. Gene Robinson, Larry Otto. joseph Schmeltz. Robert Stouder. Row 3: Doris Ann Berger. Sharon Sechrist, Ila Stone. james Pippenger. Richard Pletcher. David Stoops. james Hamsher. Philip Arnott. Gloria Beezley. jean Swihart. Patsy Martin. Row 2: Sue Pletcher. Nlary Jean Woodhams. Linda Chandler. Gloria Miller. Barbara King. Vonda Wysong, Carol Weldy, Sue Grimm. Sandra Smith. Front Row: Judith Rose. Dorothy Ulery, Dixie Hare, Sue Ellen Field. .lane Rood. Marianne Ketzel. jean Culp, Patricia Leer. Ruth Ellen Salzman. ,x t 1 K I - i .5225 A V . . i VQQQV E ::. ,.-: . 19 X C? as YZ? W 7 :Q VV 4 ,, Ss: ,. ,..,. T My l Nlutwlilcr Briitliurs Li-,-fiiulmrz llmifzumil Klflzlillk Snhunl Ellnrus All II1QmlWCFs of Cllllfllb uw'cmpg1'gitQLl with N115 Fissgus to help nuke this a most enjoyable year. The entire chorus. ciwinlvincd with the hand gave at Christmas Concert .lt the Coinmunity lhiiltliiig. Un March Z9 thc chorus presented its imnugil Spring Cmnccrt. Sulrrted from tli-J elim-tis was 41 cmitcst chorus which .iclilcxrtl ll lirst planet' rating :it the District Contest held in Marcli, Soni: ut' tlic mcriilwrs of the rlwru rec-Jivcd ziwnrtls .tt the Distript and State Solo and Ensemble Contests. Prclidcnt Doruthv UNM, Gary Culp. Jan Culp, Robert McDonald. David Stoops. ViccfPrcsidcnt ...A,,.. ..,,,.. l luhcrt McDmwt11ild Sccrctziry'Tre4ist1rc1' ,,.., .A,,,, X 'ondgi Vkfysong Back Row: W'illian1 Stouder, Jan Culp. Richard Conrad. Gary Stutzman. John Coppes. Edward Combs. Roger Evans, James Fields. Roger Hcckaman. Ronald Dean. Row 3: Peggy Lakins. Anita Hoover. Philip Evans. Jerry Ganshorn, Thomas Richmond. Lewis Naylor. Lee Hochstetler. Maurine Culp. Bonnie Cain. Row 2: Linda Jones. Patricia Thompson. Susan Templeton. Karen Clouse. Portia Mutschler. Judy Martin. Jo Ann Ingraham. Suzannah Calbeclc. Nlarlene Parks, Susan Neibert. Front Row: Sally Stutzrnan. Terry Pippenger. Judith Schori, Letitia Nettrour. Joanne Slabaugh, Nlartha Hartman. Carol Sue Hahn. Margo Nliller. Librarians The student librarians worked to bring about a closer eofoperation between the student body and the library. The' assisted in the actual work of the li' 5 brar ', re aarinq books for the shelves, manning 3 l' l t . the eireulation desk, and performing many other duties. Their attitude was always one of eo' Standing: Karole Slabaugh. Sandra Smith. Vonda Olwmtlml and Scrvlcc' Wysong. JoAnn Getz, Marietta Holderman. Bonnie Cain, Charlotte Stickel. Seated: Marguerite Wagner. Carol Weldy. Miss P ' h rnleclnr u The purpose of this club was to provide operf ators to show the different educational films that earne into the school. On the average the club showed fifteen movies .1 week, President... ..... .,..,. L arry Cripe Vieefl'resident ..... ..... R oger Evans Front Row: Jan Cleveland, Philip Arnott, Gerald Eastland, Charles Blevins. Larry Cripe. Dennis Swihart, james Rood. Middle: Royce Farmwald, Larry Riley. john Coppes, Roger Evans. Alton Hershberger. Richard Pletcher. Ronald Hollar, Mr. Fredericks. Back Row: james Weaver, Allen Corwin. Phillip Evans, james Grimm. Michael Mitchell, Richard Conrad, Gary Stutz- man. Jerry Elmore. W Hadley Dress Shop-Tln' Sion' for wI0!lll'1l and Ciirlv ' Glen Geyerk G.ir.ige--Grrzival llllfll Repair P. H. A. The Future Homemakers of America conf sisted of txyentyfnine members who met every other Tuesday. Several social meetings were held during the year. Bake sales and the pre- paring and serving of food for the Future Farmers of America Banquet were the groupis projects for the year President. .,,..,,,,,...., .i,.., h lean Swihart Vicefl'resident ...,, .,,,...... C arol Vxfeldy Secretary '.i,.,,..,,, ..l'lelen Umbaugh Treasurer ,.....,,,,.. ,....,,,,,,.,.r..,, C arole Armold Hack Row: Thelma Miller. Patricia Petersen. Vonda Losee. Kay Stouder. Marie Klotz. Donna Stone. Glenda Dumph. Karole Slahaugh. Miriam Hartman, Dorothy Martin. Helen Umbaugh. Second row: Bonnie Cain. Carol Weldy'. Jean Swihart. Sue Nlartindale. june Helt- zel, Carol Hartman. Martha Elliott. Jackie Fisher, Carolyn Nliller. Ruth Greenawalt. Miss Cline. Front Row: Carole Armold. Sharon Sechrist. Doris Ann Berger. Donna Kay Wagner. janice Miller. Maurine Culp. Joyce Zcntz. Marguerite Wagner. F. F. A. The Future Farmers of America is an or' ganization whose purpose is to prepare students to be better farmers. As is customary, a Father and Son Banquet was held. As a project the club raised cabbage, which showed them a good profit. President .....,........ ......... L arry lxleDonald Vice President ....... ....... W endell Sheets Secretary .....,..... .........,. L arry Otto Treasurer ,,,,. ,,..,. D ennis George Reporter ....... ....,. h lames George Sentinel .,.................................. Gene Blucker Back Row: Noble Seidner, Rodney Stump. Kenneth Farmwald, Willis Kuhns, Howard Yoder. Kenneth Mullett. Second Row: Mr. Copeland, james Stouder, Robert Scheets. William Martindale, Robert Haines, Larry Burckhart. Front Row: Larry Otto. Dennis George, Larry McDonald. Wendell Sheets. James George, Gene Blucker, Ernest Miller. II. ll. E. The purpose of the D. C. E. club was to train students for occupations by giving them employment in the type of work they expect to continue after graduation. By sponsoring a coat check room at basket' ball games the club earned money for a trip to industrial centers in Cincinnati, Ohio. W'right Funeral Hon1c+Amb1ilum'e Srrzicf' Bob Callander-111514ruma' , Back Row: joseph Miller. Robert Haines, William Martindale, Lester Diener, Ned Hoover, Larry Mc- Donald. Second Row: Mr. McGrew. Raymond Corl, John Hawley. Front Row: Marilyn Lehman, Lydia Diener, Douglas Rensberger. Terry Haney. Chris Wcodharns. William Keifer. LeRoy Chupp. . fm! . ui A 2 YI M, , 2i21f':-- . GQ as , f' E ,.:, .,,, A Q::22Q" i f 5 S W I Q X' I-llhletics The excitement of the lively competition in sports is brought to our attention more and more as we conf tinue to make outstanding sports records. Developing good sportsmanship and individual ability is also a num' ber one part of a good sports program. The varsity basketball team exhibited these traits by their excellent performances throughout the year. Sports Bagan SCYCZ1 1111 suffered to nl'W'M ing siamrlf In the Fall . . . l'nder the new held eoneh. joseph Springer. who tmrola over for Bolw Courtney. the Bulldogs enjoyed another sueeessliul season. Vylllllllll d losing txyo games. The losses were R1 veliester grnd Plymouth . The Bulldogs had one of the lngqest lines in years. led lfy All'Stane end. Larry Lamkins. The lwelifleld was small lwut exeelled in speed. The lmeklield was helped tremendously lwy the zlddif tlon ol' Rollin Hooxer to the Nuppunee eoaleln Cl ln mg llxe srmtegy of reeent years. the Nupp Tsfllpp jew? Naxpp Coaches Joe Springer. Bill Peden. and Rollie Hoover. NHPF xanee o. Bulldogs Iooli to the anr. By fllI'UXVlllQ the lmll. the NNY liepi flue opponents' defenses loosened. ln the past tlzree years the Bulldogs lmye xyon txyelmtyftxyo and lost four games. Because of tlns great reeord Nuppalnee has estgllwllslxed 1tselil .gs one of tlme footlmll powers of northern lnd1.n1.l. FUUTBALI- SCHljlJl'LE: Ndpplnee FF. clUlL1lDl7!A Clty o N.ifW1W-lll.'xk Ill. xXY.ll'S.lXX' IP N.lINIWlll'.'u' IU. liendullxille 6 .lnee IW. -lnnloxyn 6 ganee ZH. Rochester ZR izee 14 Aulwurn 7 'xnee fu l'lymouth fl Garrett fl Nmppanee 41. Knox 12 Team Scrimmage. . Gene Heckaman and Coach Joe Sprmger. -H-M '7- 4 Blue Bell lne.Qll"ur'lJ'x l..1rQwl l'rmf11r'1'1' of llumk Cflnlfuuq HA l'lCCl'i,ll1!.lll'N lee Cre.1rn-X.:Mnlmw' Drum ,M if Next year the Naps will he without the services of Larry Lakins, Tom Con- rad. Roy Brock, Vance Lopp. Chris Wfoodhams, Bill Martindale. Mike Price, Terry Haney, Frank Bolinger. and Ger- ald Matzern. Back Row: James Fields, james Hamshcr, Ronald Wilson, James Stouder. John Kendall. William Stouder. David Geyer. Second Row: Coach Rollin Hoover. Gene Heckaman, Michael Price, James Lutes, Edward Keim, Roger Evans, Larry Nunemaker, Larry Cr-ipe, Coach joseph Springer. Front Row: Larry Lakins, Roy Brock, William Martindale, Frank Bolinger, Terry Haney, Thomas Conrad, Chris Woodhams. Gerald Mattem, Vance Lopp. k P E Hatfield SL Hustcttcr-Mmh lY'i'u1'-Burn' Whur XYise's Furniture Store-Cwzzjvlxfv Hmm' Fllfllixljillgi 37 455 E vi. A, R X-E3 fx I v--1 f . Q fi 1 . N fx , Q ,, :..- ,Q J Q ' Ii x vs wi? f lf, R . fe if V kk r K X is X ik I A iw Q x'x,:3..if 553' . s V if PM f 1- Q 4 ' is K.. 9 ' V . A , Q K S ,::-, 'K T K, . ff if Q -:-',,. M 1 ' 5' , K S 5 ,N ,TK ' W .. 1 it xy Q . 1 Y - ' X V 4 ' 3. , ,5 fx A 2 3 bw XVith a record of nineteen wins .ind only three losses the Bulldogs tinished one of the most successful seasons in recent years. l'ndcr the expert guidance of new mentor XVilliain lleden. and with spirit. determination and good sportsmanship, the Naps lost only to Elkhart twice, and to Goshen in the Holiday Tournaa ment, The Naps' cause was greatly helped with the addition of 9' Ill" Bruce Tolaias. who moved to Nappanee from Ohio, Returning from the '56 starting live were guard Vance Lopp and een' ter Larry Lakins. The Bulldogs beat three seetional champs, Plymouth, Kendallville, and Garrett. The hest performances were displayed against Middlebury, Garrett, and the Blue Blazers in the sectional. These players helped to win against Goshen. Larry Lakins, Gerald Matlem, Bruce Tobias. Gerald Mattem, Bruce Tobias. Vance Lopp. Standing: Edward Keim. Larry Cripe, James Stouder. Gerald Mattern. Seated: Philip Arnott. Mr. William Peden. Bren! Gall, Chris Woodhams. Larry Lakins. Bruce Tobias. James Hamsher. James Fields. Vance Lopp. Back Row: John Coppes. Jerry Ganshorn. Front Row: Vance LOPP, Chris Woodhams, Larry Lakins, Gerald Mattern, Mr. William Peden. Included B Team Basketball ipp ill L tpp ll Lt. HUP llle ipp Ulm. IPP ilk: I like W UNL p mtt lllun 1217 IM 1pp 111e xppu LL tppme ippu L tpp 1e t lppi1XLe Ntppm Nippante T133 l'lL QCHEDULE N tr wt 9 Osll Il Coutord El 1rt l M1d1 1111 XX tltaruv B ellllll 3 lx mx 4 1 h111 t 111 x lx111ot1tl TOURNEX B Hurlwn xrmu L 4 CtHlUIIllW1i C1t5 Garrett 33 Bremm ndillx l Cuxtr -1- North M I1 he t r M ddlelwurx m Stouder Tom Rnchmond Phxl Arnott and nm Plppengcr mowed out onto the floor after halftime Back Row Mr Joseph Sprmge Rxchard Pletcher ames Pxppenger Chadvuck Hand ames George an Cleve and lVlr Ro'lln Hoover lVlr Wlllxanm Peden Second Row Wendell Sheets Larrv Nunemaker lames Stoude Wllll3m Parker ames Stouder Phllxp Arnott Thomas Rlchmond Front Row lVl1chael Mxrchell Dale Funk l. e Prlce Steven Price Gary Stutzman 40 E V Publ1Sh1ng Houit Pvmltnx or ilu Naptzvnf I I I " I I I Q ': N: 1 Q' 36. V2 sa ' 3' Ni 21" W. G : c 32 Nz . 35 32, ' 37 Na ,L 33 33, khg 3 Ni L 33 4-1. 2 's 32 Nazwpa " 37. '71 'Q 51. 2. N11113 F2 33. r' 4 2' Na pa 23 31. 711 fg Napp' " 37. Vvfs ' gt Claf' 24 lqlltll 33. lf' 31 411 Ni 1 'Q 61. 1 32 Nappancc 34, lNl11d1s1111 33 Nz 1133 43. Sl' 5' 3 Nz Q 'Q -W, 'Q A ' 33 Nz 1 Vs 43. 3' ' 3' Na L11 BC 3-I-. 3 Q 3S We Q 22 33, Kc 1 'ilu 32 z 1 as 33. l'1 3 ji . ' . ' . 'I' 4 1 '13-l..' Jac 'sc 32 ' -' - klllll 'Q 32. 1 3 1' 32 I 1: .. q ' Y.. H' , J , f , J .1 Y. . . r , ..., . , .. 1 ml -Men... Any hwy who wins ll letter in fwiitlmll. has' kerlmll. or track qualifies for the Nflvlciil Cluh The inuncy niiiking projects used hy rhe club were securing spoiisiirs for the lmskcrlmll progrtinis, plimnmg the .mmml N'Mcii's lun' quct. .xml lioldiiig .1 Silllllkllly c.ii'w.isli. l'rcQiclcnt ..,,..A,..A,,,. ., ...A.,. Vance Lupp Vice l'rcsidc1it,, ,,A, , ,,,, Tlwims Coiirnicl Secretary '..Y,.A....,,w A.... R wniild Elliott Treasurer ..,,.,. ,,,,..A I am Culp Back Row: Mr. Hoover. Jan Culp. Mr. Peden. Front Row: Ronald Elliott. Thomas Conrad. Vance Lopp. Back Row: Ronald Elliott. David Geyer. Roy Brock. Williani Martindale. Iames Stouder. jan Culp, Larry Nune- maker. Terry Haney. Philip Arnott. Devon W'eaver. Second Row: Gene Heckaman, William Stoudcr. Larry Cripe, Gerald Mattern. Vance Lopp. Edward Keim. James Lures. Roger Evans. John Kendall. Ronald Wilson. Front Row: Danny Slabaugh. James Hamsher, James Fields, Lnrry Lakins, Chris Woodhanls. Thomas Conrad. Michael Price. E f . 4 NWI' . -I , , . W Q N x ' 'U 5 4 I 5 , L , I ' e V -., Y' fl L It A 4 'D L E. V. Publishing House-Prlulcn of fbi' "Nujur1i't" -il Left Picture David Arch Larry Laluns Right Picture Gerald Manern Chns Woodhams April April April April April May' May' lvlziy May' 4 Pl . . . And Ended in the Spring Runners tack your mark . . . Get set . . . Bang! was a familiar sound for the 1957 track team and fans. Under the leadership of the new coach, Rollin Hoover, sixty boys particif pated in the track and Held events, Because of the miserable weather, the thinlies were not able to perform as well as anticipated, The seniors on this year's squad were David Arch, Terry Haney, Vance Lopp, Gerald lvlattern, Larry Lakins, Chris Vsfoodhams, jan Culp, and Noel George, Standing: Mr. Peden and Mr. Hoover, coaches. Sitting: William Kendall, Ralph Fink, and Jerry El- more, managers. l Q I ' i A 35,3 'f ' t . V - K, e. I . , 1. 1 v fl"l5K'l 1951.2 .. ' 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. Sec- ond Row: Edwin Berger, Dennis Downs, Robert Haines, Warren Brock, Roy Brock, Roger Heckman. James Fields, Richard Pletcher, Larry Stahly, Vance Lopp, James Hamsher, William Stouder, Larry Stutzman, Harry Hood. Back Row: David Stoops, jack Stump, Robert McDonald, Gene Heclcaman, Larry Cripe, Richard Wright, Gerald Manem, Larry Lakins, Chris Woodhams. Walter Corwin, Larry Nunemaker. William Martindale, Danny Slabaugh, Jan Culp, James Stouder, James Lutes. Nappanee Tile Co.-IIZ Soulb Main Street Robinson and Gerkey Seedsmen-Phone 87 43 ' fill? mi Back Row: Elaine Jo Pippenger, Peggy Hall, Linda Wiseman. Sandra Stout. Barbara Keifer, Arneal Peppenger. Nancy Pletcher, Karen George, Kathy Mitchell, Martht Rassi. Sharie Johnson. Dixie Lee Laughlin, Etta Fern Miller. Third Row: Janice Berger. Kaaren Chandler, Karen LeCount, Judy Losee. Carol Hoffer, Mary Susan Pip- penger. Frances Filce. Barbara Stouder. Kathleen Homan. Christina Knoble, Joan Mishler, Kay Morris, Sandra Martz. Second Row: Carol Hollar, Sharon Miller. Gwendolyn Fisher. Diana Weaver. Ruth Blevins, Jane Lakins. Linda Stutzman, Marilyn Lutes. Anita Corwin. Front Row: Kay Etta Nloore. Linda Jensen. Patricia Masterson. Karen Sue George. Sandra Warren, Carole Zentz. Jill Stahly. Pamela Phillips. Linda Laughlin. Janet Moore. Girls thletil: ssulziatiun The year of sports started with softball and President ............. .,,.... C lara Rae Walters was followed by volleyball, badminton, and bas' Vice President ,...,....,,.,.,,..,,...,,. Patsy Martiii ketball. During the latter part of February Secretary ,.,e.,,.,........, Mary Jean Woodhams bowling was the main sport, The annual G. A. Treasurer ...,.., ,.,,,..,,,.,. P ortia Mutschler A. Banquet was held in May. Back Row: Sue Pippenger, Pauline Ketzel. Betty Andrews, Susan Neibert. Rita Nettrour. Joanne Peltier. Karen Miller, Miriam Hartman, Frances Spicher, Sharon Sechrist. Second Row: Sharon Ingle, Marlene Parks, Sandra Smith, Marsha Swihart. Carole Armold. Carolyn Miller, Jackie Fisher, Ruth Greenawalt. Helen Umbaugh. Mrs. Sheets. Front Row: Judy Martin. Janice Miller, Joyce Zentz. Portia Mutschler, Clara Rae Walters, Patsy Martin, Mary Jean Woodhams, Carmen Parker. Carol Hartman. 44 Rosem1ry Dxxxe Llnda and Gary led cheers slullfulls Cheerleaders 1 5 111 t L 1111 yur t 1 1 mrmd r 111111 1 p1'c1ht1 13. 1t the CDLLYlmlLllI1 111 11111111 L 11 ll 11111 IIIXLI' 1tg, xx rl t 1 rmd t 1 111 uw 111 ld 1 or 11 x 1 m1rx L111d1 md Cnrj, were Lug 1111 L r Ll r 111 1111.11 L 111 Lettuw t 1 1111111111 t11111 111' the 1 perm 1 LLU1111 rno r 111 1111111111111 1111 R 111 L11 Dr ll rug 1 I II S 11 1 Dnxxe Hare Lmda Heckaman Gary Culp Rosemary Mxller Egrl' " he s'l'1 l '11 lv 'hw lv Q 5 51: Izbledaw 1 '11'1'gC:f A' ' '- h'ld1 l dk 1 U s" 'hc ' hed' len 1 c'l1 'q 'Q 1 Ll 'cas f Qx' gclls, Public Q0111n1c11dz1t1o11 proved that Dixie. Rosc- z A 1. 2 lf ' '1 ' 2'--111 ehcc f lwdes: ds "1f dxd' j' ', h' ' 'Lf ' 1 'hw ' 5 sw ' . j. R. A 1 LQ S1 - - -1 11 1 -'-1111 , . XY. P "'-.ll1l'k1' 1 1111 f E11 .11 "f 47 x 1 3 zag. V xl 5: 'I Sw 3' .,., ,Q ik Q - Q ja X Q Q, Faculty Helping the student toward the goal of completing his blueprints for the future is a major task of the faculty. ln classes, activities, sports, and social events these teachers hold an important place in the development of the individual student. Teachers estimated the progress of the students by recording grades at the end of each six weeks period. Superintendent and Beard nf Sehnnl Trustees Mr Haskell B Osborn The administration of a growing school is at time absorbing occupation, particularly when a building program is in progress. Mr. Osborn has worked hard to see blueprints and plans materialize. In addition to administrative duties he has found time to help organizations of our school and to develop good public relations within our community. These men were interested in the business problems of our community schools. They worked conscientiously in an endeavor to prof vide for us a school that meets the standards established by communities of much greater SIZC. S ndmg Haskell Osborn, LaMar Stoops. Seated: Loren Hahn. Earl Slabaugh. Lowell McCuen. Dale Christner. 48 Vitreous Steel Products-Porn-Iuiu Iivmmvl Proluvls Principal and Ufficn Pnrsnnnel Our principal, Mr. Weddle, was constantly trying tu iind new ways tu keep in closer con tact with hnth teachers and students. He wa able tu develop a unified program of curricuf lar and extrafcurrieular activities by broadening the scope of direction and cuunseling. lvlany and varied details have been handled euinpetently by the three secretaries whose du' ties have included many types of work beside the skills of regular uilice routines. Mr ames O Weddle Inez Rogers Barbara McDonald Mildred Phillips Llkhirt Qountx Firm Burtiu-Co ojrczallzf lfwuzlmu Im -N 1 'N .J . appanee Hlqh Schnnl WAYNE BEST Socxal Studxes Manchester College A B Indxana Umverslty M S SELWYN COPELAND Vocatlonal Agrxculture Science University of Mmnesota PAUL HARTLE Mathematxcs Marlon College Loulslana State Unnversxty Incllana Unnerslty Ball State Teachers College BS PAULINE HOOVER Englxsh Latm Indiana University A B BARBARA CLINE Home Economics Ball State Teachers College BS MARILYN FISSGUS Vocal Musxc Chorus Indxana Unlverslty BME SAMUEL HAZELRIGG Blology General Sclence Indiana State Teachers College BS MS Umverslty of Wnsconsxn ROLLIN HOOVER Y Drnver s Trammg Unlversxty of Illmols BS Inclxana Unxverslty GUY CONRAD Industrxal Arts Indnana State Teachers College B S CARLYLE FREDERICK Mathematics Manchester College B S Northwestem Unxversxty ESTHER HOOVER Englxsh Indlana Umversnty AB Umverslty of Calxforma at Los Angeles Ball State Teachers College DAVID McGREW Industrlal Arts Vocational Educatxonal Guidance Indlana State Teachers College BS Indlana University MS 'TU I , .. , .. . . . y B.S. . , ' Q 9 . .. 7 . Y ' ,h .., .., Ph sical Education, . , .. .., , M.S. , .. v '-1 V , - , Faculty LUCY MILES English, Speech Indiana University. A.B. Northwestern University Goshen College, Purdue University HARVEY POSTMA Commerce Goshen College, A.B.. Indiana University, M.C.S. HELEN SHEETS Physical Education. General Business Ball State Teachers College, B.S. FRED WEBB Band Evansville College. B.M. Indiana State Teachers College, M.S. WILLIAM PEDEN Health, Driver's Training, Mathematics Ball State Teachers College B. S., M.A.. Ohio State University, Indiana University. University of Louisville MARY ROOD Art Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. JOSEPH SPRINGER Social Studies, Sociology. Physical Education Canterbury College, Hanover College, B.S., Indiana University HELEN PETTS Language, Social Studies Vincennes University Junior College A.A., Maryville College of Tennessee. A.B. DEAN RULE Arithmetic, General Mathematics, Science Goshen. B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, Indiana University OLIVE WEAVER English, Library Middle Tennessee State, B.S., University of Illinois, B.S. in L.S. LAWRENCE WHITE English. Social Studies, Manchester College. A.B., Ball State Teachers College. Indiana University. M.S. 51 9 lieepinq s Health and Well-Fell lll'SE The many eqtsef- nf flu, measles. mumps. enlds, and pink eye have kept our nurse. Anna Vvfondf hams. itnnpmg. Besides Wtttehing nur health. she found time to help the teachers with extra wurlt and tw talk with students nhwut thelr prnhlems U Cafeteria "l-low mueh are Ll S1lIlLlXX'lCll and ll eurtnn nt milk? Fl-lHlI'ICCIl eentsi' But all l have is gt dnnez may l pay the rest l.llCf7u Our ennlts. hesides servmg Tfflllril' :needs tn grade and high sehnnl students. .tlsu had tn tilt up with the many Ll1CIlI1Q 1lI'l4 whn wttnted lust at part nt' the 1 lunch? Anna Woodhams. school nurse. examined students for ringworm. Mrs. Snider. Mrs. Lockwood, Mrs. Farrington. and Mrs. Rassi planned and prepared an average of four hundred fifty lunches each day. CL-5:3 n ll ' .t N Nappantec Lumber and Nlanufaeturing Cn.-Nnrn'r3 Ifmuitzrrc Q,Kw'3q,, 4 ,W ,M 9 iE'?IXl'T,p w qw is ww -. ...:::2:,, fm .5 . Q ,sa gx NY-w...w'y, 2 if 'Si J' , W ww xgw Sydfiw pw M :Ks 3? ' ' R A ,.,.,.,., S ....,:.:.:,:,.:.. A. , K f ,i-Qt, m swf 4 4 ,W , 44 y Q + f 'I' c N n Q.. 'Q Q is i er. he 22 96 . , Q? A Q W 52 'sg W M .,,. iw l f1-1:f x W 32 4 43' sy ,Q-I -I! ""o 2 fb a' xg: M, S. D- IP B O. 0 a O P E Q. O 5 '4 O Q. N D rn 9- Riwv nw S , 71213 yi? WW M-www. f a. X px ' .,..,.:.,,.. Z ,::.. - A:'- ' MQKAQK -.WV Q A Affx., ' ' v i S an-1 m.. ,Aw sg -,-: ,,,:,:- , el, , Rim , QZQTKQW Classes From the excitement of the seventh graders first day in the junior high school to the senior's commencement night the many meetings, projects, and social activities hold special memories for the student. Caps and gowns set the style for the seniors' last Clays at N. H. S. 3. 5 SOPHOMORES Chocolates, mints, peanut hrittle! This was the hattle cry of the sophomores as they can- vassed the town in their etforts to sell more candy than any previous sophomore class. Sponf soring a high school skating party was one of their principal activities. Larry Nunemaker. Presidentg Martha Hartman. Secre- tary-Treasurerg Ronald Wfilson. Vice-President. FRESHMEN The traditional freshman paper drive was held again this year. Because of excellent co' operation of the high schools largest class. the drive was a most successful one. Jan Cleveland, Presidentg Portia Mutschler. Secretary- Treasurer: Susan Templeton. Vice-President. 76 1957-1950 SENIORS Class lvlotto: "Amhition has no rest." Class Flower: Pink Rose Class Colors: Pink and Grey President: David Stoops VicefPresident: jan Culp SecretaryfTreasurer: ,lean Swihart The class of '57 has completed the final chap- ter in its school life. This was the last year for these students to take part in high school athletic and scholastic competition and the many extracurricular activities which climaxed their senior year. JUNIORS: The juniors worked toward their senior vear with a successful magazine sales as their hig money making pro-iect. They concluded a husy year as upperclassmen hy giving the Junior' Senior Reception in honor of the class of 'i7. Gene Heckaman. Vice-Presidenng Robert McDonald, Presidentg Carol Sue Hahn, Secretary-Treasurer. Levtxes B1R1ght To Srru You Wlfb lNUII'llllE Food Supplement Viola V Max Frurzdlx Conrlwus Strut Seniors DAVID ARCH Dave Band! 2 3 4 Officer Drumsl Chorus 3 Basket ball 1 Cross Country 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 DBulldog1 2 Senlor Play 4 Receptnon Commlttee 3 Hr Y 2 3 4 ournalxsm 1 Napanet 4 GLORIA BEEYLEY Buzz Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 DBulldog 4 Semor Play 4 Reception Committee 3 journalnsm 1 2 3 4 Napanet 4 Offncc Assxstant 1 YTeens 1 2 3 Y Teens Secretary Treasurer 1 FRANK BOLINGER Dmg Chorus 1 Choir 1 Basketball 1 Football 1 2 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 D O Club 3 4 Usher 1 N Men s Club 1 2 3 4 ROY BROCIK Beano Basketballl 7 Footballl 2 3 4 Intramural Bas ketball 1 2, 3, Track 1 2 3 Usher 1 N Mens Club BETTY BROOK E Bomber Band 3 4 DBulldog 3 4 Semor Play 4 Reception Commlttee 3 journalnsm 3 4 Napanet 4, Intramural Checkers 3, 4, Intramural Bowlmg 3 YTeens 3, 4 Science Fair 3, 4 LINDA CHANDLER Chan Class President 1 Chorus 3 4 GAA 1 Intra mural Bowling 3 D Bulldog 1 2, 3 4 Senior Play 4 Receptlon Commxttee 3 ueens Attendant 4 Jour nahsm 1 2 3 4 Napanet r Editor 3, Napanet Edx tor 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 National Honor Society Secretary Treasurer 4 OHICQ Asslstant 2 3 Student Council 3 4 YTeens 1 2 3 4 DAR Cltlzenshxp Award 4 Glrl s State Alternate 3 LeROY CHUPP Chupper D O Club 2 3, 4 THOMAS CONRAD Brg T Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4, Intramural Basketball 1 2 4 Track 1 2 DBulldog 1 2 3 4 Senior Play Commxttee 4 Semor Play 4 Reception Commlttee 3 I-I1Y 2 3 4 I-I1Y News Reporter 3 Journalism 1 2 3 4 DBulldog Sports Co Editor 4 Napanet 4 National Honor Soclety 4, Student Council 4 Student Council Vxce President 4 Athletics Assist ant 1 2 3 NMens Club 3 4 NlVIens Club Vlce President 4 Science Farr 3 4 L sc 11 1 - 1 3 3 S ' 1 1 1 1 - . 7 . 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McDONALD "Mick" Basketball 1, 23 Cross Country 33 Intramural Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 D. O. Club 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. Vice President 33 F.F.A. president 43 Monitor 3. DONALD MILLER "Don" Intramural Ping Pong 3g Senior Play 43 Napanet 4. JOSEPH MILLER joe Intramural Basketball 2 D O Club 3 4 Monitor 2 Intramural Softball 7 3 ROSEMARY MILLER Rosemary Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 DBulldog 3 4 Senior Pay 4 ournalism I 2 3 4 YT 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 THELMA MILLER Thelma FHA 2 3 4 PATRICIA PETERSEN Pat GAA 2 FHA 2 3 4 YTeens3 4 Bandl 2 3 4 Chorus3 4 YTeens1 2 3 4 MICHAEL PRICE Tike Band 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Footballl 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 D O Club 4 H1Y 2 3 4 NlVlensClub3 4 61 65 '5 3. . .3 ' 9 -,- LG 97 .:' ,a ' l ' . . , ' -eens . . 3 7 , 7 9 - , . Sh 7, ...,,. It 73 SUE PLETCHER "Pletch" 1-v? 15 ' -,-- GK'77 ,,,s .5 .,,.: 1 13' - 3 ' 3 , I ,.: - .. 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I 7 . 'U 7 1 7 : - ' , Y l 1 J . 7 7 . : ' . - 7 7 7 y . , . : . , .- Q 7 - v J 1 ' 7 7 . : , . - ham Kendall, Peggy La- 9 J . 9 G ' 7 Y : ' . - . 7 7 - J 7 7 , . : 7 ' . 7 7 , . , . 5 s 9 I ' 1 s ' , . , . 3 1 t . . Snphnmnres Rowl Carole Armold Phxllp Ar nott Dorls Ann Berger Gene Blutker Laney Cavander ean Culp Maurme Culp Row 2 Martha Elllott Dale Fmk Dennis George ames George Larry George oAnn Getz Ruth Greenawalt Row 3 Ruth Hames Martha Hart man Mxrlam Hartman Delores Heckaman Stanley Heckaman Al ton Hershberger Ronald Hollar Row 4 Larry Homan ohn Hostetler, Shane Hoyt Barbara Kmg Patricia Leer Delores Marvel Loretta Mar ve Row 5 Arthur Muller Carolyn Miller Karen Muller Margo Muller Jonas Mullett Sandra Nlchols Richard Norton Row 6 Larry Nunemaker Larry Otto Conme Pletcher Rnchard Pletcher Sue Ellen Pxppenger Row 7 Lee Price ames Rassl Ron ald Rhme Thomas Rnchmond Leon Rmgenberg Gene Robmson Ed ward Shaw Row 8 Robert Scheets Sharon Se christ uamta Sharkey Wendell Sheets Karole Slabaugh Sandra Smith Sharon Stuckman Row 9 Dennis Swlhart Marsha Swl hart Jerry Thurston Helen Um baugh Devon Weaver Carolyn Welty Robert Wxlllams Row 10 Ronald Wnlson Vonda Wy song Esther Yoder Lester Yoder Joyce Zentz Not pxctured eanette Dean Ronald Dean john Enkolf Albert Kohler ames Plppenger Merle Splcher 66 : . , ' ' - 9 7 I , ,J , 5. . 9 . 9 , I , 7 J 7 Z I n . q - 7 7 7 7 - , . 2 J . .. 9 9 9 1 ' l. 1 U ' , I ' , , o , n 7 7 3 s . 9 Verna Jean Otto, Joanne Peluer, ' 7 7 : l D 4 J ' '9 ' . 7 I 7 9 r ' . : . ' - v .l , I 7 9 , . : . . Q .- 7 7 - 9 K . 7 , . : ' , - 7 7 7 ' 2 J , 7 . 7 ' 7 J , - Hoover Home Craft-Decorating, Supplies, Tools, Gifls Stillson's Men's and Boys' Wear-Sporting Goods Freshmen Row 1: Betty Andrews, Jenalie Billet Charles Blevins, Larry Burckhart Suzannah Calbeck, Mary Chupp Kenneth Clawson, Jan Cleveland. Row 2: Karen Clouse, Richard Con- rad. John Coppes, Allen Corwin David Culp, Gary Culp, Earla Die- ner, Steven Doll. Row 3: Gerald Eastland, Jerry Elmore, Phillip Evans, Kenneth Farmwald, Royce Farmwald, Robert Farrington Lyle Faulkner. Jackie Fisher. Row 4: George Freese, Edward Getz, Sherrilynn Gonser, Charles Green James Grimm, Chadwick Hand, Con- nie Haney, James Hartzell. Row 5: Linda Heckaman, Lee Hoch- stetler, Katie Hochstetler, Paul Hochstetler, Steven Hockert. Mari- etta Holderman, Sharon Ingle, Jackie Jackson. Row 6: Larry Johnson, Pauline Ket- zel, Norma Kohler, Willis Kuhns, ' Judith Lewis, Roy McDonald, Charles McFall, Emest Miller. Row 7: Gloria Miller, Janice Miller, Sarah Miller, Michael Mitchell, Dorothy Mullet, Kenneth Mullett, Portia Mutschler, Lewis Naylor. Row 8: Susan Neibert, Brant Net- trour, Rita Nettrour. Mary Nissley, Michael Orn, Carmen Parker, Mar- lene Parks, Terry Pippenger. Row 9: Linda Price, Steven Price, Linda Reed, James Rood, Joseph Schmeltz, Judith Schori, Noble Seidner, Diana Shaw. Row 10: Joanne Slabaugh, Frances Spicher, Karen Spicher, Ila Stone, Jay Stouder, James Stouder, Robert Stouder, Rodney Stump. Row 11: Gary Stutzman, Frederick Swihart, Susan Templeton, Glen Thurston, Irvin Unsicker, Allen Wagner, Patsy Warren, Maxine Welty. Row 12: Robert Widmoyer, Joan Wil- liams, Lou Ann Wyman, Carolyn Yeager, Howard Yoder. 67 1 v Elqhth Grade Row 1 Nancy Arch David Berger Iamce Berger Ruby Bxxler Ruth Blevms Danny Brldenstme Roger Buss Row 2 Lmda Cam Kaaren Chandler, Danlel Chupp Steven Cleveland Richard Clouse Ronald Corl Aruta Corwm Row 3 Steven Dawson Muller Der mott Mary Duckwall ames Elliott Roger Elliott Barbara Evans Diana Evans Row 4 Larry Evans Rxta Farrlngton Francis Flke Gwendolyn Fisher Danny Geyer Michael Geyer Es ther Gnngernch Row 5 Mary Ann Hawley ames Hershberger Ronald Hershberger Wilbur Hershberger Kathryn Hoch stetler Thomas Hoover jo Ellen Hossler Row 6 Mary Hostetler Lana Kay Jensen Larry Jones Barbara Kenfer Thomas Kung Mary Kxndlg Dixie Laughlm Row 7 Robert Lehman Thomas Leh man Carolyn Longfleld Samuel Longenecker Stanley Lopp Marllyn Lutes Sandra Martz Row 7 Donna Marvel ohn Mast, Fannie May Mxller Sharon Mlller Joan Mxshler Betty Mullet Freda Mullet Row 9 Vernon Mullet Sandra Nlne udlth Otto Arneal Plppenger Mary Susan Pxppenger Stephen Quigley Randall Rnchmond Row 10 Kathy Rmgenberg Martha Robmson Donovan Sechrlst Fred Slabaugh Lynn Slabaugh Martha Slabaugh Sandra Thomas Row 11 Kathyn Stahly La Vonda Stahly Dale Stone Barbara Stouder Eldon Stutzman Harley Yoder Glen Yoder Row 12 Frederick Yoder Everett Yo der Davld Wlseman Charles Wmd ham James Weaver Dlanne Weav er Davld Watson 68 I 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 I , ' - -.l 1 1 1 3 1 Q 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ,J 1 1 , . 1 1 3 1 1 1 ..1 1 1 : , - 5 9 ' 1 1 , . 2 ,J 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 J 1 1 1 , . 5 1 1 1 1 1 , . 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 : , - 1 1 ' 1 1 ' , . Seventh Grade Row 1: George Adams, DeWayne Bixler, Ira Buckhart, Fay Cavender, LaMar Chupp, Randall Clouse, Richard Combs, Robert Coppes, Le- Roy Cramer. Row 2: Charles Culp, Norma Jean Culp, Marvin Eastland, Dennis Eil- ers, Sharon Evans, Bryon Fervida, Susan Fox. Karen Rose George, Roger Grimm. Row 3: Peggy Hall, Theodore Hepler, Douglas Hochstetler, Mary Hoch- stetler, Carol Hoffer, Roger Holder- man, Carol Hollar, Karen Sue George, Kathleen Homan. Row 4: Philip Honeycutt, Vernon Hoover, Rosellen Huffman, Linda Jensen, Sherry Johnson, Dennis Kauffman, Ron Kendall, Bettie Holmes, Dean Knepp. Row 5: Christina Knobel, Jane Lalcins, Linda Laughlin, Karen LeCount, Judy Losee, Robert Lundall, Larry Martindale, Devon Klotz, Lonnie Marvel. Row 6: Pat Masterson, Russell Mc- Donald, Etta Miller, Kirby Miller, Lynford Miller, lVIary Anne Miller, Paul Miller, James Martz, Janet Moore. Row 7: Kay Etta Moore, Kay Morris, Anna Marie Mullet, Delbert Mullet, Jon Newcomer, Lloyd Nissley, Don- ald Peltier, Kathleen Mitchell, Elaine Jo Pippenger. Row 8: Larry Pletcher, Nancy Pletch- er, Martha Rassi, Judy Reed, Thomas Rohr, Dan Schmucker, Ezra Schmuclcer, Pamela Phillips, Ervin Schwartz. Row 9: Robert Seeber, Donald Shaw, Jill Stahly, Sandra Stout, Larry Strouse, Linda Stutzman, John Thurston, Gary Schneck, Louis Thurston. Row 10: Ralph Tobias, Robin Wal- lace, Sandra Warren, Carolyn Wat- son, Dixie Weaver, Douglas Weaver, Leon Weaver, Randall Weddle, Dennis Wise. Row 11: Linda Wiseman, Jeanette Wood, Floyd Yoder, Wilma Yoder, Verlo Yoder, Carole Zentz, Sandra Zoolc. .1pp.1n Autm Dt1l rs Assn nu x 69 Hlqh Schnnl Indlvldual Index SENIORS r h DlX1Cl 9 7 6 l y 11r11 B11 neer l'r1nl1 1 11 ty r1111l1 Betty 16 andle1 Lmda 6 7 6 Chupp LeRoy S 713 57 onrad Tom 7 6 61 pe R1charcl 16 1 or Raymond 6 11p n 56 e1nc1 L1 ter 33 11311 L d11 lll I 1 1 C 76 11111 ue 1lI1L 1 C11 may Ttrry t tl unc 111xer 'Ned ummtl cmhn 11er Vv1ll1am 33 lxe el lvlarnanne 8 6 lxmgaman met 3 16 7 11n Larry 6 Lehman Mar1lyn 33 60 11 p Xame 17 43 L6 ee Ronda Sue 8 611 Martmdale Sue P5 16 R 4 43 3 flartmdale vN71ll13Tl'1 33 41 attern Gerald 6 37 8 4 1 M Donald Larry 61 1 er Donald 16 17 1 CI USC h 3 3 P 1er Rocmary 6 7 79 1 tr Thelma 8 1 e er en Patr1c1a 8 4 etcher Sue 8 4 9 rue M16hael 7 9 37 me 1th 7 oops Daud O 63 ouder Kay 8 76 7 LII man Sally 4 7 xx1 art Ax ean 56 ater3 Clara lxae 7 16 L 1 7 ocndham Chrl 4 3 11113110115 a1n Bonnle 7 33 Cnue amei 65 umh Edvard O 71 64 mpc Larry 1 4 de Haa3 Ceorge 11911 L cnnv 43 65 Lumph Glenda 4 ZZ 65 11111 Run 1ld yan Ruger IC Sue E1len 4 1 3 amek 79 30 a Brent 77 4 an horn errx 39 ye1 Daud 37 4 a FI C rol Que 8 7 0 am h r imc Hartman Carol 65 1re DIXIE 4 4 mlex uhn Q lxaman Gene 311 36 37 e ltaman ROLQ1 31 H6 h tetler Ph1l1p 65 Hood Har1x 43 65 ooxer '3n1t1 8 Homer 'vhchael 8 65 un herger Fred one nda Kelfcr Loretta 65 e1m Eduard 7 9 lxltt 'V1ar1e sndall Iohx 6 5 f.nd1ll Vs 1ll111n 76 1 111 5.1 1 e lf11L 4 ifllll D11r11tl1y 7 l1'I1l1 Pat 1 Dunald Ruhert 77 J ll tr D11n1ld 'K 15 ett1'1111r Let1t1a 4 9 Parlxer XX 1ll1am 40 6 Peter en Harry 65 Ren herger Dougla 3 R1 ey Larry 37 43 Rtod ane inn 8 Ryman Larxy 65 Sal man Ruth Ellen Sa augla Dannv 7 41 43 64 6 Sta ly Larry 43 64 65 8 71 479 Stone Donna 9 33 65 muder ame3 11 ouder XX1ll1am 7 31 4 S 1mp lack 43 5 Thuma Stanley 65 amp on PAIFICIH 7 9 7 9 T11 ld Bruee 39 65 eff Dorothy 7 74 X3 agner Donna 4 79 33 5 Vva ner MHfgUEf1tC 24 32 33 65 edy Carol 74 30 3 XX elty uy6e4 74 29 65 XX uodham Marvj 24 30 65 Bode Cerald 65 7114111 Raymond 65 SOPHOMORES Arrrold Carole 4 33 66 rnott Ph1l1p 1 73 9 erger Dor1 Ann 24 9 0 33 B11 l-.er Gere 33 6 Caxander Laney 66 up ean 4 9 30 Pup 7vla11r1ne 31 3 Dean Ronald 31 Ellmtt Martha Enl-.UH 11hn 9 1n Dale C eurgc Denm George lame Ceorge Larry Ct oan C reenxxalt Rurh Ellen Hame Ruth 66 artman Martha 6 74 7 79 30 Hartman 'vlmam 33 66 64 66 33 6 43 66 56 66 l u l ' ' H' 3 e. ,la 34 8. 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