New Albany High School - Senior Blotter Yearbook (New Albany, IN)
- Class of 1937
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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
New Albany, Indiana
First Class Honor Rating 193 39 34935
Columbia Scholastic Press Association
First Class Honor Rating 1935
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The Rising of the Tide
A blotter can't stop a flood . . . it isn't big enough . . . neither can a flood stop a
Blotter . . . it isn't big enough . . . one tried hard enough . . . and slightly retarded us,
we admit . . , but to prove we bear the 1937 deluge no malice . . . we've used it for our
theme . . . our challenge . . . our inspiration . . . our alibi . . . We present to you . . .
the tide of our schoolfdays . . . ever rising and increasing . . . until, as Seniors, we gain
its heights . . .
Mj.M, and M.F.M.
To Miss Nelle Homrighouse . . . who has in the past . . .
and is still . . . so generously contributing . . . her time and
energy . . . toward the successful publication . . . of the
Senior Blotter . . . do we . . . the graduating Seniors . . .
dedicate the 1937 Annual.
MR. FRANK CLIPP
Board of Educafion
MR. OSCAR BADER
DR. P. H. SCHOEN
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C. C. KATTERJOHN
Miss NAOMI KIRK
MR, ALAN HUCKLEBERRY
Miss KATHRYN MURRAY
Mn. C1-1A11LEs MCCONNELL Miss LEOTA Rusk
Social Science Social Science
Miss HELEN GREEN Miss EDNA WATSON
English English and Social Science
Miss THELMA HUNTSINGER Mas. jnssuz MCCLURE BEARD
English English and Music
MR. BERTRAM HECKEL Miss ADA GROH
Mxss HELEN SPRINGER MR. HOW'ARD XVYNE
Social Science French
MR. I. HARDIN THOMAS Miss NELLE HOMRIGHOUSE
Social Science Art
MRS. IRMA PRITZ
Latin and French
Miss ETELKA ROCKENBACH
Latin and German
MR. EDWIN KAHL
MR. ALBERT KOEHLER
Miss GRACE HARPER MR. D. D. FINLEY
Commercial Chemistiy and Physics
Miss RUBY WELLS Miss LENA BOARD
Mathematics Physical Education
MR. KENNETH COFFIN MR. ALEC T1-10M
Commercial Physical Education
MR. E. I, DAFEERN Miss .ALINDA WIDMAN
Industrial Arts Cafeteria Management
MR. ALBERT GELBACH MR, LAWRENCE ROSE
Printing Chemistry and Biology
Miss BELLE GENUNG MR. HUGH TOXVNSEND
Home Economics Biology
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Miss RUTH Ewmc
MR. RICHARD CLARK
Atliletics, Publicity Manager
Miss FREDA LANG
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1. Foods Class 7. Sewing, Frances Carpenter
2. Art ClassfOutdo0rs 8. Rehearsal of Wrangler Play
3. Sewing 9. Mr. Koehler in Second Hand Store
4. Mr.. Coffin takes his contestants into 10. Mr. DeLotel, Mr. Schmitt, Mr. Lambert
Mam Hall V 11. Curl Bassham's work in Taxidermv
5' seamstress, lane Smlfh ll, Mr. Luette and Mr. Lon
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
MID f YEAR SPRING
Nagmi Landis ,,,, ,,..... . Pres. james Strother .,.. .,,,,,,.,,,, P res,
Charles Roy ,,,..,. ,,..... V icefPres. Kathryn Ellis ..... ....,,.... V ice-Pres,
Thelma Kenyon ,,w,,,,,,,,. Sec.f'I'reas. Edward Rouck ....... ,,,,,,,,,, S ee,
Mr, Huckleberry .,..... ,..... . CritiC DOf0thy JHCOIJS ....... ,......... T reas.
Miss Helen Green
Mr. Richard Clark
Brown and Gold Brown and White
SENIOR CLUBS' OFFICERS
Jean Fawcett ...,...,.,................ Pres. James Hardin ,,,.,,,,,,,.,,....,,.,.... Pres
Martha Jean Bunger ..,... V icefPres. George T. Myers ........,Y VieefPres.
Georgia Metcalf .,.......... Sec.fTreas. Bud Penn ,................,,, Sec.fTreas,
LEON CURTIS ADAMS
KATHERINE C. EVANS
JANUARY 23, i936
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EVA IUANITA SEBURN
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Senior Class, May 28, IQ37
Tap Row Bottom Row
CHARLES ADAMS CHARLES BAXTER
LEWIS FREDERICK General
AALLEJJ JAMES BAXTER
ALBERT ALLGAIER BEAUCOND
ROY ATKINS MILDRED BECK
NINA MAYE BADGER Commercial
A'TiT13'H RITA BECK
THoMAs A, BAILEY MARGARET SYLVIA
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I Of' qeffy
JOHN VJ. BIRD
Grade School B. B. Coaching
GLADDEN G. BOAZ
MARION A, BOSTOCK
EMMETT J. BOYLAN
ESTHER V. CORY
JAN ET CREEK
JAYN E CROZIER
DOROTHY ANN DAY
JANE EN GLEMAN
Driving a Car
MARY LGUISE ETTEL
LOIS ALMA FENWICK
Bottom Row Top Row
JANE LOUISE FERRELL MARK GOHMANN
CHARLES WILLIAM MARY ELIZABETH GRAF
LOUISE FOREMAN ..Bi1die,.
Afademlc JOHN GUETHE, JR.
ELIZABETH FORWARD A-J0l1'r1nie"
Playing Bass Fiddle General
MARGARET GERDON JESSE ,LEE HALL
GERALDINE GILES JAMES HARDIN
JAMES D. HARTFIELD
ANNA LOUISE HOLZ
Hiking and Knitting
KENNETH PAUL LOPP
AILEEN LU SH
BERTHA JANE LYNCH
Bottom Row Top Row Bottom Row
PATRICIA McGRATH JEAN MILLION STANLEY MOSER
UPGUNU "Jeanie" 'ISPWV'
Dancing Photography Sport?
General I Industrial
Commercial MARY FRANCES
GEORGIA METCALF I MURPHY
Horseback Riding JUANITA MISS "Susie"
Academic llN55t5il Roller Skating
M L I Baseball Academic
E V EOIVIEYER Commercial GEORGE THOMAS
Swimming ORION L. MOCK HG' T-'
Academic Amateur Radio Radio
KERMIT MICHEL Commercial CARL A. NAVILLE
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Ca me HOMER MONEY ShOAngjOrk
IUANITA PEARL MILLER Academic P .
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Nm' MARY JUNE VUILLIAM NICHOLSON
Skating MONTGOMERY 'IBIIV'
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SAM MAURICE MILLER OHARLOTTE M. NOON
Hsam Y ETHELYN MORTON K'Noon"
SWimmif'l3'. "Peo.cl1ie" Football
General Skating Commercial
JOHN C. OLDAKER
MARY R. PARSONS
ALBERT H, PAYTON
Sports and Drawing
DORIS ADELE PRITZ
INIARILEE JEANNE PRITZ
"Miss New Albanyl'
MARY MARTHA RAABA
DOROTHY M. STEINERT
CLARENCE STI LLER
IDA MAE STOCKSDALE
LOUIS G. SUMNER
MARY ELIZABETH TRIBBEY
NORMA PAULINE UTZ
MELVIN JOSEPH WEBER
PAUL M. WELCH
RUTH E. WHEATLEY
MARY ALICE WILSON
ALICE JOYCE KREUTZER
Born March 29, 1919
Died April 15, 1936
A member of the Senior Class
Fighting Fifty 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3: German
VicefPres.: Jesters 4: Student
Council 3: Taxidermy 3: Jr. Ref
ception Melodrama: Dem. Rally
Public Sp. Play: Jester Pep Ses'
KATHERINE C. EVANS
Jr. Reception '36.
Boosters 3: Tri Bi 3, 4.
Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Boosters 3, 4.
NAOMI F. LANDIS
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Jesters 4: Min'
erva 2, 3. Pres. 3: Speakers 3,
4, Treas. 4: TrifBi 3, 4, Vice'
Pres. 3: Student Council 3: Jr.
Reception Melodrama: Speaker
Xmas Play: Minerva Pep Sesf
sion: Speaker Pep Session: Jester
Student Mgr. Athletics 2.
TrifBi 3, 4, VicefPres,: Boosters:
G. A. C.: Operetta 2.
Boosters 3, 4: Dem. Rally 4.
CHARLES L. ROY
Football: Track: Sec.fTreas. Sr.
EVA JUANITA SEBURN
Bel Canto: Speakers 4: Boosters
2: Operetta 2, 3: Dem. Rally:
LEWIS FREDERICK ALLEN
Art Club, Pres. 3, 4: Boosters
Rep. 2: Student Mgr. Athletics
Z, 3, 4: IntrafMural B, B.: Blot'
ter Staff: Sr. Annual Art Ed.:
Student Council 2: Tercentenary
Celebration: Jr. Rec. 3, 4.
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NINA MAYE BADGER
Boosters 2, 4.
THOMAS A. BAILEY
Boosters, Rep.: Glee Club: Oper'
Art Club '36: Boys' Glee Club
'34: NfClub '35: Golf 4, 5:
Grade School Coach 4, 5, 6: Ref'
eree Games in Grade School '37.
Art Club: Boosters, Rep. 2: G.
A. C. 2, 3, Sec. Z, 3: Sr. An'
Main St. Ben, Vaudeville.
MARGARET SYLVIA BERRY
Latin Club 3: Press Association
JOHN W. BIRD
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Taxidermist 2,
3, 4, Sec. 3.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Taxidermist 2,
3, 4, Sec. 3.
Boosters 3, 4.
GLADDEN G. BOAZ
Boosters 3, 4: Centennial Z.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Bel Canto Z, 3,
4: Jesters 3, 4, Sec. 4: Speakers
2, 3, 4: St. Critic 3: Operetta 2,
3: Democratic Rally 4: Tercenf
tenary 2: Jr. Reception: Jester
Pep Session 4: Sr. Annual Staff:
Speaker Pep Session 3, 4.
MARION A. BOSTOCK
Boosters Z, 3, 4: Basketball:
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
EMMETT J. BOYLAN
Boosters 2, 3: Football 3, 4.
Grade School B. B. Coach.
Boosters Z, 4: Jesters Z, 3, 4,
Pres. 4: Treas. 4: Minerva Pep
Session 3: Speaker Pep Session
3, 4: Jester Pep Session 3.
MARTHA JEAN BUNGER
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Bel Canto 2, 3,
4: Jesters 3, 4, Pres. 4: St. Critic
4, Treas. 3: Speakers Z, 3, 4, St.
Critic 4: Republican Rally: Op'
eretta Z, 3: Jr. Reception: Delef
gate to I. H. S. P. A.: Pub. Sp,
Play 4: Jester Play 3: Sr. Annual
Staff: Tercentenary: Speaker
Pep Session 3, 4: Jester Pep
Session 4: Journalism.
Boosters 4: Operetta Z,
Speakers 3, 4: Scholarship N:
Art Club 3, 4: VicefPres. 4:
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, 4: Sr.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 4.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Treas. 3:
Wranglers 3, 4: Operetta 2, 4:
Football 3, 4: Track 2, 4.
ESTHER V. CORY
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Taxidermist 3.
Booster Rep. 4: Jesters 3, 4:
Minerva 4: Jester Play: Tercenf
tenary: Latin Club Pep Session
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Fighting Fifty
4: Wranglers 3, 4, VicefPres. 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Rep. 3: Taxi'
dermist 3: Operetta 2, Tercenf
tenary 2: Latin Pep Session 2:
Annual Staff: Geometry Conf
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Boosters Z, 3,
Boosters Rep. 2: Bel Canto 2. 3,
4, Treas. 4: Speakers 3, 4, Sec.
4: Operetta 3: Tercentenary 2:
Speaker Pep Session 4: Latin
Club Pep Session 3: Jr. Recep-
DOROTHY ANN DAY
Boosters: Bel Canto Z, 3, 4: Op'
eretta 2, 4.
Art Club 3: Boosters 4.
EDWARD D. DONAHOE
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Fighting Fifty
4: DX 2: Band: Feature Editor
Blotter: Tercentenary Z: Pol.
Rally 4: Public Speaking Play 4:
Business Mgr. Sr. Annual: Track
2, 3, 4: Grade School B. B.
Coach: Sports Editor Sr. Annual.
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Bel Canto 2, 3,
4, Pres. 4. Sec. 4: Fighting Fifty
4: Speakers 3, 4, Treas. 4: Jr.
Class VicefPres.: Operetta 2, 3:
Scholarship N.: VicefPres. Sr.
Boosters 2, 3: Minerva 3, 4.
Booster Rep, 2, 3: German Club:
Jesters 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4,
Treas. 4: Speakers 3, 4: Jr. Ref
ception Melodrama: Jester Pep
Session: Business Mgr, Blotter:
Latin Pep Session: Tercentenary
MARY LOUISE ETTEL
Sr, Annual Staff: Commercial 3:
Girl Reserve 2, 3, 4: Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3: Sodalitas La'
Boosters Z, 3: Operetta 2: Jr.
JEAN FAXV CETT
Art Club, Boosters: Bel Canto:
Jesters: Speakers 2, 3, 4: Oper'
LOIS ALMA FENWICK
Art Club 4: Boosters 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 4: Tercentenary: Operetta
Z: Fighting Fifty.
JANE LOUISE FERRELL
Booster 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES WILLIAM FINDT
Fighting Fifty 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: G, A. C. 4:
Speakers: Taxidermist 3, 4,
Treas. 4: Operetta 2: Annual
Staff: Jr, Reception: Speaker
Pep Session 4: Main St. Ben.
Vaudeville: Scholarship N: La'
tin Club Pep Session 2: Geo'
metry Contest '36.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2: Band
2, 3, 4: Orchestra Z, 3, 4: Jr.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3,
4: VicefPres. Minerva 4: Speak'
ers: Jester's Play 3: Operetta 2,
Boosters Z, 3, 4: Bel Canto 2, 3,
4: Jesters 2, 3, 4: VicefPres. 43
Treas. 4: Speakers Z, 3, 4: Jestf
er's Play 3: Operetta 2, 3: Ter'
Jr. Reception: Chorus Queen,
MARY ELIZABETH GRAF
Boosters Z, 3, 4: G.A.C. Z: Tri'
Bi 3: Operetta Z: Latin Pep Sesf
sion: Jr. Reception.
JOHN GUETHE, JR.
JESSIE LEE HALL
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, Rep. 3: Jr. Rec.
Pres. Jr. Class: Football: Basket'
ball: Track: Golf: Scholarship
N 1, 3, 4.
JAMES EDWIN HARTFIELD
Boosters 2, 3, 4 Journalism: Foot'
ball 1, 2.
Art Club 4: Boosters: Speakers
2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Journalism: Sr.
Annual Staff: Jr. Recep. Coni-
ANNA LOUISE HOLZ
Boosters 2, 3, 4: German Club
3, 4, Treas. 3: Jesters 3, 4: Sr.
Annual Staff, Jr. Reception,
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Booster Rep,-
Jr. Reception, Annual Staff.
Boosters Z, 3, 4: Sec.fTreas, 4:
G. A. C. 4: Speakers 3, 4: Taxi'
dermist 3, 4, Sec. 4: Sec, Jr.
Class: Tercentenary: Speakers
Pep Session: Annual Staff: Dan'
ville Commercial Contest: Perf
sonality Contest, 6th Placej
Treas. of Sr. Class,
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Minerva 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 4: Jr. Reception.
Art Club 4: Boosters 3, 4: Glee
Boosters Z, 3,
Art Club 4: Boosters 2, 3: Rep.
2, 4: Taxidermist 4: Journalism:
Student Mgr. Athletics 2, 3, 4:
Track: Tercentenary 2: Jr. Rec.
Band and Orchestra.
MILDRED LOUISE LANG
German Club 4: Sr. Annual
Boosters 2: Jr, Reception: Scholf
KENNETH PAUL LOPP
Football I, 2, 3, 4.
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er: State Commercial Contest 3:
Tri'State Contest 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4:
S. R. S.: Football 3, 4: Operetta
3: Journalism: Jr. Recep. Pa'
geant: Sr. Annual Staff.
Tercentenary: Boosters 2, 3, 4:
Rep. 2: Journalism.
Bel Canto 3, 4: Jesters 3, 4: So'
dalitas Latina 3, 4: Operetta '36:
Jesters Pep Session,
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Fighting Fifty
4, Pres. 4.
BERTHA JANE LYNCH
Sr. Annual Staff: Girl Reserve
l, Z, 3, 4, Pres. Club 4: Com'
mercial Club 4: Basketball: Boosf
Boosters 2, 3, 4: TrifBi 3: St.
Council 2: Scholarship N: Dan'
ville Commercial Contest: Mun'
Speakers: Latin Club Censor:
G. A. C. Pres.: Annual Staff:
Boosters 3, 4: Jr. Recep. 3: La'
tin Club Pep Session: Speakers
Pep Session: Operetta: Scholar'
ship N 4, 5.
Boosters Z, 3, 4: Jesters 3, 4:
Boosters Z, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Operetta 2,
Tercentenary: Democratic Rally:
Jr. Recep.: Main St. Ben. Vaudef
ville: Sr. Annual Staff.
Boosters Rep. 4: G. A. C. Z. 3,
4: Pres. 4, Sec. 4: Speakers 4:
Taxidermist 4: Debating 4:
Speaker Pep Session: Public
Speaking Play: Republican Rale
ly: Scholarship N.
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Boosters 2, 3, 4: German Club
2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Taxidermist 3,
4: Sr. Annual Staff: Jr. Recep.
German Club 4,
JUANITA PEARL MILLER
Boosters 4: Sr. Annual Staff,
SAM MAURICE MILLER
Booster Rep. 3.
Boosters 4: Jr. Reception: Dan'
ville Commercial Contest: Si.
Annual Staff: Personal Inter-
views: City Government.
Boosters Z, 4: Operetta 3: Main
St, Ben. Vaudeville: Jr. Recep.
ORION L. MOCK
Boosters: TrifB1: Tercentenary.
Boosters 3, 4, Rep. 4: Fighting
Fifty 4: Jesters 3, 4: Soclalitas
Latina 3, 4: Consul 4: Editorfinf
Chief of Blotter: Editorfin'Cl1ief
Sr. Annual: Scholarship N:
Iviain St, Ben. Vaudeville: Rep.
Rally: Jr. Rccep. Melodrama:
Speaker Pep Session: Jester Pep
Session: Delegate to I.H.S.P.A.
German Club: Sr. Class Play.
Boosters 2, 3, 4,
MARY FRANCES MURPHY
Boosters Rep. 4: Fighting Fifty
4: Jesters 3, 4: Sodalitas Latina
3, 4, Consul 4: Speakers: Latin
Club Pep Session: Speaker Pep
Session 4: Rep. Rally: Jester Pep
Session 4: D. A. R. Medal 4:
Wrangler Cup Contest 2, 3: Jr.
Reception Melodrama: Sectional
and Regional Winner of Discus'
sion League: Sr, Annual Staff.
GEORGE THOMAS MYERS
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Fighting Fifty
4: Glee Club 4: Football 3:
Track Z, 3: Jr. Recep.: Sr. An'
VJILLIAM NICH OLSON
CHARLOTTE M, NOON
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 3: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4:
JOHN C. OLDAKER
Fighting Fifty 4: Tercentenary.
Art Club 3, 4: Boosters 3, 4: Jr,
Reception: Sr. Annual Staff.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Main St. Ben.
Vaudeville: Jr. Reception.
MARY R. PARSONS
Boosters Z, 3, 4: Commercial
ALBERT H. PAYTON
Boosters 3, 4: S,R.S., Pres. 3,
Sec. 3: Basketball 3, 4: Track:
Rep, Rally: Public Speaking Ra-
Boosters: Glee Club: Main St.
Basketball: Track: Golf.
Boosters 2, 4,
DORIS ADELE PRITZ
Boosters 4: Fighting Fifty 4:
Jesters 3, 4: Operetta 3: Jester
Plays 4: G.A.C.
MARILEE JEANNE PRITZ
Boosters: Bel Canto Z, 3, 4:
Jesters 2, 3, 4: Speakers Z, 3, 4:
Ter-centenary: Operetta 2, 3, 4:
Wrangler Cup Contest: Xmas
Play: Main St. Ben, Vaudeville:
Speaker Pep Session: Jester Pep.
Boosters: Bel Canto 3, 4: Fight'
ing Fifty 4: Jesters 3, 4: Ter'
centenary: Sr. Annual Staff.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2: G.A.C.
Z, 3, 4, Treas. 4: Sr, Annual
MARY MARTHA RAABA
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Fighting Fifty
4, Minerva 2, 3, 4, Pub. Speak-
ing Play 43 Operetta 2, 3, Ter-
centenary 2, Minerva Pep Ses-
sion 2, 3, Ir. Recep., Sr. Annual
ELLA LORENA REISERT
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4: Bel Canto 3, 4,
Operetta 3: Sr. Annual Staff-
Tercentenary, Ir. Recep. Pro-
Tercentenary, Main St. Ben.
Boosters 2: Tri-Bi 3, Danville
Commercial Contest: Muncie
Contest, Sec. of Sr. Class.
Boosters 2. 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 4, lesters 3, 4, Pres.
3, Sec. 4, Speakers 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 4, Operetta 2, Speaker Pep
Session 3, 4, Jester Pep Session
4, Tercentenary 2, Sr. Annual
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3.
MELVIN L. SCHULZ
Boosters, Football 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 4, German 4, Miner-
va 4, Ir. Recep., Sr. Annual
Taxidermist 3, Grade School B.
Boosters 3, 4, Pianist, Ir. Recep.
Art Club 3, 4, G. A. C. 2. 3,
Treas. 2, Sr. Annual Staff, Ope-
Boosters 2, 3.
DOROTHY M. STEINERT
Boosters 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 4,
Minerva 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, 2nd
Orchestra 2, 3, Ir. Reception 3,
4, Sr. Annual Staff, journalism
Jester 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Minerva
2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Vice-Pres. 3,
Operetta 2, Jester Pep Session,
Minerva Pep Session, Sr. Annual
IDA MAE STOCKSDALE
Boosters 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 3, 4,
Boosters, Bel Canto 3, 4, Ger-
man Club 2, Tercentenary.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Fighting Fifty
4, Glee Club 3, 4: Vwfranglers 3,
4, Pres. 4, Tercentenary 2, Dem.
Rally, Ir. Class Treas., Scholar-
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LOUIS G. SUMNER
Boosters, D. C. 2.
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Football, Track,
Booster 2, Minerva 4.
Glee Club 3, Boosters 2, 3, 4,
Boosters Vice-Pres. '36, Yell
NORMA PAULINE UTZ
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Tercentenary.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Bel Canto 3, 4,
Treas. 4, Ir. Recep.
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Main St. Ben. Vaudeville.
Orchestra 3, 4.
MELVIN IOSEPH WEBER
Boosters 2, 4, Tri-Bi 3, Treas. 3.
PAUL M. XVELCH
Boosters Rep. 4, Football 1, Bas-
RUTH E. WHEATLEY
Boosters 3, 4.
Sodalitas Latina 3, 4.
MARY ALICE WILSON
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Bel Canto 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4.
Boosters, Fighting Fifty, German
Club, Sec., Glee Club, Operetta,
Ir. Recep., Sr. Annual Staff.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, G.A.C.
4, Minerva 3, 4, Sec. 4, Vice-
Pres. 4, Operetta: Jr. Recep.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4.
Boosters 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 2, 3,
4, Pres. 3, Minerva 2, 3, 4,
Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Operetta 2,
Boosters 2: Football 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4.
HELEN SHAW Leader '36, Public Speaking
Boosters 4, Bel Canto 4. Play, Dem. Rally.
MARGARET SLATTERY LOUIS UTRECHT Boosters 3, Rep. 3, Basketball:
Boosters 2, 3, 4, G. A. C. 3, 4, Boosters 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Football, Track, Sr. Annual
Tercentenary. Jr. Reception. Staff.
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First Row:-Alice Jasper, Stella Maraman, Anavelle Howard, Esther Beck, Mildred
Whittinghill, Esther Flora, Margaret Slider.
Second Row:-Ruth Kirk, Margaret Feiock, Mary Flock, Viola Phillips, Jerry
Thompson, Bettie Rogers, Marg Cannon, Martha Conner, Claire Havermel, Norma
Third Row:-Sheldon Crone, Vincent Kern, George Kleiber, Al Croxall, Max
English, Melvin Bailey, Ed Baker, Raymond Newton, Robert McIntosh.
Fourth Row:-Jack Gable, Tom Hale, Marvin Best, Stanley Widman, Carl Gresham,
Reginald Rodman, Stanley Vest, Jimmie Zinninger, David Hedden.
Fifth Row:--Oscar Deich, Hays Brown, Robert Beck, Bill Schuler.
First Row:-Virginia McFarlan, Yvette Sherman, Bessie Cogswell, Henry Etta
Allee, Georgia Ingram, Catherine Wolfe.
Second Row:-Ruth Duncan, Ruth Wolfe, Nancy Weinmann, Olive Frakes, Verna
Beard, Evelyn Lancaster, Martha Crowe, Pauline Jacobie, Ella Jane Denison.
Third Row:-Martha Rudy, Sylvia Smith, Lavon Livingston, Janette Rodman, Barry
Tunison, Frank Powell, Alma Cummings, Bernice Richard, Mary Elizabeth Garrett.
Fourth Row:-Frank Zoeller, Charles Conner, Lawrence Tuley, Jimmy Byrd, Earl
Umback, Andy Sermersheim, Laverne Graff, Walter Manley, George M. Henry,
William Landers, Donald McDowell. fRight to Leftj
First Row:-Charlotte Baxter, Thelma Kopp, Rita Richards, Eustasia Offinger,
Isabelle Montgomery, Martha Leidolf.
Second Row:iDoris Bogie, Katherine Schwender, Alberta Marquet, Lucille Knight.
Juanita Burks, Marguerite Veron, Freda Faber, Helen Libs, Gwendolyn Roberts.
Third Row:-Ruth Moser, Evelyn Gunterman, Jean Kisner, Mildred Smith, Jane
Gutherie, lzetta Francis, Ina May Sands, Juanita Elkins, Freda Montgomery.
Fourth Row:-Jack Boaz, Wallace Miller, George Walter, Bill Bucheit, Paul McNally,
Elton Duncan, Lewis Hay nes, Gilbert Hanka.
First Row:-Mary Hammer, Helen Buckel, Ruth Craig, Mary L. Hasenstab, Jeanne
Salyards, Hundley Coolman.
Second Row:-Jane Eberhardt, Jane Very, Georgia Albertson, Imelda Roth, Eugenia
Richardson, Lois Scott, Ruth Paulsen, Dorothy Rouck.
Third Row:-Harry Der O'hanion, Charles Moore, Margaret Pate, Mary Elizabeth
Resch, Elsie Jane Heckler, Gladys Haller, Mary R. Fackler, Walter Owen.
Fourth Row:gEdgar Sunderhaus, Harry Lee, Alfred Wolf, Norman Smith, Wilbur
Taylor, James Van Dalsen, John Ed Slattery, Marvin Kruer.
First Row:fVirginia Brooks, Gladys T. Mann, Martha Marlow, Marion Wrege,
Jane Birk, Ruth Cureton, Ruth West, Nellie Redden.
Second Row:+Jane Wolfe, Doris Smith, Shirley Fine, Louise Gannon, Martha
Magness, Martha Sands, Thelma Redman, Margaret Reagon.
Third Row:-Creed Byrd, Charles Mertz, Philip Sumner, Jewell Rector, Louise
Lukemeier, Norma Johantgen, Sara MacFall, Mildred George, Valeria Kitterman.
Fourth Row:-Robert Rue, Henry Lipps, Kenneth Roby, Clyde Smith, Gordon
Wolfe, Warren Mayden, George Aldrich, Lawrence Mock.
Fifth Row:-Robert Moser, Robert Zoeller, George Smith, James Dickman, Lavern
Marsh, Harold George, Bill Huff.
First Row:-Dorothy Sceifers, June Brown, Mildred Cunningham, Vera Cogswell,
Betty jean Prosser, Mary Louise Fougerousse.
Second Row:-Ellen Rhodes, Elizabeth Davis, Mary Hornung, Mary Elizabeth
Welch, Harriet Duke, Jane Hermann, Mary Louise Schultz.
Third Row:-Edgar Akers, Robert Jack, Dolores Reynolds, Helen Kost, Mary Haas,
jimmy Hammond, John Murphy.
Fourth Row:-Curtis Weber, Vincent Ritz, Frank Eisinan, Robert Anderson, Louis
Bland, Bernard Grube, Charles Bensing, Herman Zeller.
First Row:-4Mary Belle Patterson, Esther Brewster, Pat Rouck, Mary Louise
Oeffinger, Wanda Moore, Jane Smith.
Second Row:-Lucille Peterson, Jena Scales, Mary Catherine Crum, Almedia Kiel,
Ruth Wison, Betty Thornton, Mildred Summers.
Third Row:-Robert Roby, Mildred Lechliter, Nancy Roby, Helen Knight, Olivene
Shewmaker, Virginia Walter, Runie E. Goebel.
Fourth Row:-james Miller, Gwynne O'Fallon, Paul Ginther, Edward Briney,
Edwin Scharf, Andrew Best, George Smith,
First Row:-Evelyn Munzer, Martha Tebault, Ruth Allis, jo Sharp, Helen Kingsley.
Second Row:-Elizabeth Parsons, Selma Wolf, Wilma XVelch, Rose Bailey, Char'
Third Row:-jack Kiewit, Leonard Hottell, Delores Kelly, Betty Belviy, Richard
Rogers, Robert Keithley.
First Row:-Irwin McCutchen, Paul Jacobi, Orville Stone, Philip Roberts, Clifton
Kenney, Harvey Hollis,
Second Row:-Maryln Genung, Marvin Stewart, Charles Hammett, Courtney
Greener, Norma Vigar, Rita Losson, Evelyn Haller.
Third Row:--Francis Ricke, Marcia Creek, Betty Ruth McCune, Iack Eicholz,
Anna Jeanne Connell, Edna Orme, Earnest Eiler.
Fourth Row:-Paul Graf, Robert Baker, Donald Stocker. William Brown, Billie
Burth, Louis Hollis.
First Row:-Nancy Ann jackson, Peggy Knox, Ann Reed Conner, james Graf,
Second Row:-Betty Bence, Mary Bego, Jackie Bir, Neal Robbins, Virgil Leist,
Third Row:--Dorothy Shaw, Amilda Bostock, Don Howison, Vanita Brashear,
Ed, Strother, Carl Senior, Warren Widman.
Fourth Row:-James Potts, Robert Zabel, james Mann, Carlton Marsh, Phil
McNVilliams, Victor Zink, William Lee.
First Row:-Helen Mann, Mildred Snider, janet Ham, Virginia jasper, Ada Wolfe.
Second Row:-jane Kist, jane Dieckman, Iuel Davis, Hilda Meyer, Lillian Davis,
Third Row:iWinifred Eloise Geddes, Martha Schuley, Walter Potts, Phyllis Ropa,
Verbal Garrett, Mary jane Bettmann.
Fourth Row:+Frank Whitman, Robert Colen, Jean Finnegan, Helen Gibbs, James
Nesbit, Fred Proctor.
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Zoeller II '36, I i375 Ethel McDaniel II '36, I '37: David Heclclen II '36.
Second ROw:fjane Guthrie II H561 Lucille Davis II I36, I '37g Iwlarion Wrege II '37:
Jane Birk II '36, I '37: Violet McCaffrey I '37.
Third R0w:+Dorothy Jacobs I '37: Mary june Montgomery II '36, I '371 Mary
Frances Murphy II '36, I '371 Elizabeth Zipp I '37.
Fourth Row:-,lean Fawcett II '36g Lucille Peterson I '37g Ieanette Rodman II '36:
Mary Elizabeth Fischer II '36,
Fifth Row:--Georgia Metcalf I '37g Mona Alice East II '36: james Strother II '36:
Lynn Smith II '36, I '37g Dorothea Moore I '37,
No Picture:--Edith Lindley I '37: I.aVon Livingston II '36g Mildred Schoen I '37g
Flnrctta Snyder I '37g Juanita Scburn I '37g Robert Zoeller.
First Row:ALouis Allen, Pres., 1, 2, Betty Beaucond, Violet Haupt, jean Fawcett, Lois Alma
Fenwick, Juanita Elkins,
Second Row:-Bernard Knable, Robert Beck, Kenneth Lopp, Lenne Keithley, Frank Copler,
Wilbur King, Sec. 1, Charles Christian, VicefPres., 1, Z.
Third Row:-Miss Homrighouse, Criticz Ethel Sprigler, Nellie Redden, Irina Owen, Sec. 7
Virginia McFarlan, Williani Schuler.
ART CLUB Reynolds, Raphael, and Michelangelo, look to your laurels! . . . When
Kenny Lopp decides whether to be a futurist or a miniaturist . . . Fall hike to Lost
Knob . . . They're not pure aesthetes yet . . . Decorating tree and window for the annual
"Christmas corner' '... Lewis Allen really quite out did the first semester president
. . . Sold pennants and megaphones at football games . . . Miss Homrighouse rating a
page in the School Arts Magazine . . . jean and Vi never able to stay for meetings . . .
Outside sketching April blossoms . . . Envy of entire student body . . . Sammy Fenwick
designs . . . as well as inspires . . , Bud Q rarely known as Frederickj . . . Gods gift to
the Blotter . . . Never let it be said he doesn't know where to draw the line . , . Going
Bohemian for initiation . . . Hoping Anavelle will be a pastellist . . . Ars Gratias Artis
. . . Sculpture appropriately exhibited in the trophy case . . . Dance the fifteenth . . .
taking off the smock with regret . . .ART CLUB
First Row:-Charlotte Baxter, Doris Bogle, Clyde Bryant, jane Crosier, jane Draper, Veralynn
Erganbright, Treasurer l, 2.
Second Rowzelane Guthrie, Marilyn Bir, Gladys Haller, Tom Hale, Ethel McDaniel, Secretary,
1, 23 Mary Frances Murphy, Consul 1, Z.
Third Row:-Mary Hammer, Eugenia Richardson, Violet Williams, Frank Zoeller.
Fourth Row:-Mary june Montgomery, VicefConsul 1, 2, Alfred Wolf, john Slattery, Janette
Rodman, Lynn Smith, Mrs. Pritz, Critic.
SODALITAS LATINA Toga clad . . , But English speaking . . . Neophytes unable to translate their
invitations . . . Initiation when they wish they hadn't found out . . . A journey into the underworld . . .
They doubt that not . . . "But how did you know Hades was like this?" . . . And that luckless Latin 5
gets to swallow Polyphemus' "Olympic" eye again . . . jane Draper crying "Blood running down the
gutter, and me without a spoon" . . . As a lamb is sacrificed to the gods . . . In the same evening . . .
After the return, hot dogs and dofnuts . . . Initiates understand why they have been filled up . . . Oh,
Consul . . . First meeting, members present elect each other to office . . . Saturnalia . . . puellae looking
lovely . . . "Arms of Morpheus" embraces melodramatic plot . . . As well as Orpheus . . . Clyde Bryant
seeming not to realize . . . That the wine was only grapefjuice . . . King Ralphus Murphius lavishing gifts
upon his subjects . . . Barria Tunnisona . . . The cynosure of the Saturnalia . . . Chosen queen . . . The
Zoo on a peanut hunt . . . The ducks lose . . . Sherman Minton washes the dishes . . . Consuls turning
draymen . . . Frankie Zoeller delivering an entire chapter of Cicero . . . Sodalitas was so shocked, . . .
You'd have thought it was Cataline's old enemy himself . . . Returned from Elysium . . , Belching an'
swers to roll call . . . Consuls disguised as Orpheus and Euridice . . , Agreeing on only one thing each
meeting . . . That to drop the whole thing until next time . . . "A Day without Latin" presented because
of a year without a pep session . . . To have a banquet . . . Madame, "The Noblest Roman of them all"
. . . Tommy Hale insisting that there really are some boys in the club , . . Reclining for meals . . . Do as
the Romans do . . . Valete . . . SODALITAS LATINA.
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First Row:-Mary june Montgomery, Yvette Sherman, Martha Jean Bunger, Pres. 1, Student
Criticg Jean Fawcett, Veralynn Erganbright, Marjorie Stewart, jane Stephens,
Second Row:-Marilee Pritz, Student Critic lg Geraldine Giles, VicefPres. 1, Treas. 2, Mary
Louise Hasenstab, Doris Pritz, Ann Holz, Janet Creek.
Third Rowxffxileen Lush, Mary Frances Murphy, Mildred Smith, Margaret Cannon, Martha
Conner, Hazel De Voss.
Fourth Row:-Gladys Haller, Miriam Bocard, Sec. 1, VicefPres. Zg Martha Crowe, Lucille
Monihon, Margaret Feiock, Martha Magness.
Fifth Row:ANaomi Landis, Sue Buchheit, Treas. 1, Pres. 'lg Helen Probert, Betty Salm, Sec. Z,
Iune Blunk, Freda McGovern.
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KIESTERS . . . "Sweets to the Sweet," the candy sale . , . fudge like mother used to
make . , . in fact, she made it . . . licorice for tobacco in the pep session . . . learning
to play the jug . . . "jug a song at twilight' '... Jane Guthrie, as Jim Hardin, running
very fast in one spot . . . cold feet from going barefoot on the stage . . . that carefully
cultivated mountaineer twang . . . June Blunk yodeling louder than any Swiss Mounf
taineer . . . Miss Rusk trailing black net at the New Year's dance . . . all the old grads
back again . , . Margaret Cannon astounding the natives with her own especial hop
. . . Dave Hedden snapping the steppers in the act . . . the refreshments we didn't have
. . . wearing tinsel snatched from the Christmas decorations . . . "Lights Out" came
all too soon . . , the headaches caused hy delving into mental telepathy at meetings . . .
Gerry Giles, Miriam Bocard, and Martha jean Bunger impersonating the "Three Blind
Mice' '... the hours spent on practicing i'The French Maid and Phonographn . . .
trying to conquer Irish dialect . . . singing the jesters' song to the tune of "Moonlight
and Roses," and always squeaking on that high note . . . jesters' secret signs revealed by
their handwriting . . . frightening the poor initiates to death . . . trying to find hells to
wear for the initiation . . . when jane Stephens didn't wear the required hairfrihbon
. . . she didn't want to he a sissy . . . solemnly vowing to further the cause of drama
. . . that Dutch potato salad at the annual picnic . . . AND the pickles . . . wondering
whom to date . . . moonlight on the way home . . . Sue Buchheit trying to look like a
dignified president , . . the dues that never came in . . . JESTERS
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First Row:-Hazel De Voss, Sec. lg Dorothy Welcli, Wilma Kahoe, VicefPres. lg Margie Stewart,
Pres. lg Mary Elizabeth Tribbey, Miss Genung.
Second Row:-Ruth Cureton, Lucille Monihon, Sue Buchheit, Marilyn Rodner, Naomi Landis,
Ruth W'ilson, janet Creek.
Third Row:-lvlary Martlma Raaba, Alma Cummings, Jewel Rector, Evelyn Lancaster, Treas. 1, Z:
Anita Hubbuch, Anavelle Howard.
Fourth Row:-Almedia Kiel, Katherine Schwender, Viola Phillips, Ella -lane Denison, Ruth West,
Sec. 25 Esther Schwender, Margaret Gordon,
Fifth Row:--Miss Murray, lane Engleman, Dorothy Steinert, Lucinda Vxfyzarcl, Vice'Pres. Z:
Waxmda Moore, Elizabeth Zipp, Pres. 2.
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MINERVA . . . the masquerade dance . , . get acquainted night . , . Girls all dis-
guised in new formals . . . boys disguised with new girls . . . Country Club disguised by
decorations . . . Latter soon recognized . . . due to destructive spirit of guests . . . God's
gift to hungry fans . . . Always on hand to sell a bit of sustenance . . . not of their own
manufacture . . . cokes to the man with the longest reach . . . No bottle allowed inside
. . . If you haven't a coat to take them in under . . . Stand is popular rendezvous for
the basketball auxiliary . . . fPermanent staff-Freda McGovern and Bettye Pierson,
Summary . . . just an excuse to see the games free . . . All for a good cause . . . Ye old
Christmas cheer . . . Not in bottles . . . But in baskets . . . two girls to a family . , . And
they run large . . . Programs of the unseen and unheard variety . . . Every meeting a
battle royal . . . Neophytes dined sumptuously on garlic, olives, and liver . . . Slightly
pasted together . . . What one doesn't learn when one takes Home Economics . . . No
other club can cook up anything like marshmallows dipped in alum . . . Old Dutch girls
run rampant on initiation day . . . a gleaming and immaculate school expected by all in
the morrow . . . But the would be Minerva's didn't perform many janitorial duties . , .
By their tools do we know them . . . Cutting crowns for dinner . . . coronation theme . . .
Mary Mart and Sue's toasts . . . a crowning success form the start to finish . . . from
programs to decorations . . . a change in half of the faculty critic staff . . . Miss Murray
replacing Miss Doyle . . . Miss Genung still gracefully puts up with us . . . Say the
members appreciatively. M lk Nil x',' X
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First Row:-Martha jean Bunger, Student Critic 1: lane Crosier, Georgia Metcalf, Sue Buchheit,
Juanita Seburn, Dorothy Busald, Violet Haupt.
Second Row:--Miriam Bocard, Dorothy Iacobs, Margaret Gerdon, Elizabeth Zipp, Mary june
Montgomery, Sec. 1, Pres. Z1 Margaret Cannon, Lucille Davis, Sec. Z,
Third Row:fBetty Salni, VicefPres. 13 Marilee Pritz, jane Stephens, Student Critic 2, Ethel
McDaniel, Marilyn Rodner, Naomi Landis, Mona Alice East, Treas. 1,
Fourth Row:-Janette McRae, Doris Eogle, Louise Foreman, Geraldine Giles, Anavelle Howard,
jane Guthrie, VicefPres. 25 Veralynn Erganbright.
Fifth Row:-Miss Naomi Kirk, Criticg jean Fawcett, Ruth Kirk, Kathryn Ellis, Treas. 2, Marilyn
Bir, Martha Conner, Mary Frances Murphy, Pres. 1.
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SPEAKERS - 1 "'I'll say they are!" remarks a Wrangler derisively . . . But conf
versation isn't all . . . As they proved by making many serious speeches . . . in support
of the Red Cross membership and Christmas seal drives . . . "The Importance of Being
Earnest" is not worth mentioning . . . in comparison with the significance Speakers
attach to being Frank fZoellerj . . . Vi Haupt's strawberry blonde locks won for her
the coveted title . . . The Mountain came to Mohammed . . . And so came victory to
the Bulldogs . . . According to the Speaker pep session . . . With Scrooge's sensation
. on seeing the ghosts of Zoeller's past, and future . . . What good's a plot if it's a dead
one? . . . Spreading the butter thin and "jamming" jellies into Thanksgiving baskets . . .
Charity ends at many homes . . . Christmas play . . . Yes, it must have been Marilee
Pritz's blonde beauty behind Aunty's fNaomi Landisj atrocious vase . . . Dave Hedden
was the husband, who did not have it thrown at him . . . Grapes at the Speaker dinner
. . . Sour grapes . , . Breathtaking grapes . . . Explosive grapes . . . and each took a
balloon home to little brother . . . A beautiful setting . . . And a memorable evening
. . . Anavelle Howard seeing EYES at tryfouts . . . Marilyn Bir wondering if she had
been purified by suffering . . . Marg Cannon counting the seconds until Speaker camp
. . . Remembering Marilee's pancakes . . . Brushing up on that old hitch-hiking technique
. . . Praying not to be dishwasher on date night . . . Good Republican president forget-
ting to uphold the Constitution . , . Again in the Wrangler Cup contest . . . Deciding
date fand datesj for the Speaker dinner . . . "First XV ill and Estimate of 1937 Speakers"
. . . Elaborate plans for the Alumnae tea fled with the flood . . . "Marg, will you please
start the Speaker song?' '... Bud Stoy wearing his club pin more faithfully than active
members . . . Miss Kirk suggesting worthy charity projects . . . Ruth Kirk telling of
Mrs. Lowells' loving son, Amy . . . The poet explaining that she couldn't spell daughter
. . . Seniors silent, sincere regret as the candles burn for their last initiation ceremony
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Second Row:-Frank Copler, VicefPres, Louise Foreman, Treasg Sam Scott, Dorothy Jacobs,
See., James Anderson.
Third Row:-Margarita Collings, Walter Manley, Georgia Metcalf, Bernard Knable, Jane Maxwell.
Fourth Row:-Louis Sumner, Janette Rodman, Carl Bassham, Pres.: Frances Moser, Jack Boaz.
Fifth Row:A-'Ruth Duncan, Mr. Townsend, Critic: Ann Holz, Melvin Meyer, Dorothy Welch.
No Picturezfflharles Banet, Robert Blythe, Jane Oeffinger, James Wigglesworth.
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1'AXlIjf41llMISTS Third year and still going strong . . . onions in the initiatives'
hair-and they wonder why no one gets near them . . . those big baby dolls carried by
the boys . . . and the shoes that didn't match . . . hikes every monthAno shortfwinded
people allowed . . . except Mr. Townsend . . . he always trails along with the strugglers
--but he gets there . . . Carl Bassham always leading the gang . . . getting lost on Lost
Knob . . . at' Devils Kitchen . . . acting like one-Hbut who wouldn't . . . the way the
path climbs the hill . . . not straight' bum narrow . . . the exhibit proudly displayed in
the front hall . . . the blue jay that looked as if he were alive . . . that screech owl on
a bookend . . . wanted-another blue jay to mount . . . for whoever heard of a bookend
running around unaccompanied . . . The Edible Poyporns Fromdorsus Mr. Weinmann
sent to the club--toadstool to you . . . 21 inches long, 15 pounds, more like an umbrella
. . . programs on butterfly mounting . . . fish stories . . . told in the club . . . stories
about snakes . . . a writhing good time was had by all . . . bookfbincling discussions . . .
presenting the Art Room with a stuffed owl . . , being the proud parents of the first
club pins . . . an owl . . . representing Taxidermy or nature--or wisdom if possible
. . . chief stuffers, Carl Bassham, Charles Banet and Jack Boaz . . also chief hikers . . .
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Second Rowzfjohn Croxall, Vice'Pres. Z3 Max English, Treas. lg Tom Hale.
Third Row:--David Heclden, Sec. 1, Pres. lg Mr, Huckleberry, Critic: james Strother,
Fourth Row:+Norman Schell, james Van Dalsem, Treas. 2g Kenton Meyer, Robert
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tion . . . all dressed up in white . . . and feeling silly in sailor hats . . . hut the girls think
it's cute . . . trying to get autographs on an egg . . . dropping several in the process . . .
wondering why somebody didn't invent an unbreakable bacon accompaniment . . . count'
ing the bricks around the school wall , , . worst of all . . . getting up at 5:30 in the
morning . . . helping Speakers with their Thanksgiving baskets . . .how the shoulders
ached the next day . . . struggling with strict parliamentary procedure . . . discussing
vital questions of the day . . . Dave Hedden playing the lead in the SpeakerfWrangler
Christmas play . . . all dressed up in a mustache , . . the worries of having a newspaper
boy for President . . . he always had to leave in the middle of something . . . deciding to
baffle the student body with the "Feed Store Mystery' '... Creed Byrd's pipe he had
to smoke . . . he couldn't take it even when it wasn't lighted . , . not to mention the
real thing . . . john Croxall's astounding stomach . . . sofa pillow to you . . . Robert
Conner looking at all and sundry with his magnifying glass . , . he was proved mad in the
end . . . boring fellow members only slightly less than boring ourselves . . . at practice
and also in meetings . . . deciding the date for the Banquet . . . arguing the nonfdancers
out of a skating party . . . trying once more for the Wrangler Cup . . . discussing new
pins . . . with the year attached . . . holding tryfouts . . . the poor tryerfouters . . .
they'll have the same fun next year . . . scaring people to death . . . and asking them
silly questions . . . trying to be dignified . . . WRANQELERS
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XVrege, Berneice Wade, Jean Kisner.
Second Row:-Yvette Sherman, Lucille Monihon, Marilyn Bir, Mary Louise Hasenstah, jane
Crosier, Marilyn Rodner, Hazel DeVoss.
Third Row:-Helen Shaw, Sarah McFall, Caroline Strassel, Alice Heckler, Naoma Elkins, Mona
Alice East, Lucille Davis, Jane Stephens.
Fourth Row:-Martha Conner, jane Guthrie, Margaret Cannon, Pres, 2, Ruth Kirk, Helen
Dempster, Peggy Knox, Mary Elizabeth Garrett.
Fifth Row:-Helen Probert, Mary Alice Wilson, Rita Ricke, Geraldine Giles, Lucille Ginther,
Mary Louise Schultz, Alma Cummings.
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Bhl CANT0 . . . They sang their way in . . . And through the year . . . Jane
Stephens initiated to the tune, L'lt's a Sin To Tell a Lie" . . . Not because she couldn't
believe she was in . . . just a favorite song . . . What can take the place of an operetta7
. . . If you want to be president . . . Don't attend election meeting . . . Marg Cannon
was none the less efficient for having taken hold of the gavel the Wednesday after . . .
Heard even above the masculine auxiliary in 311 . . . W'as the Christmas carolling in
the halls . . . Ruth Kirk and her violin, accompanying . . . Still with the real Christmas
spirit broadcasting "Silent Night" , . . from the Woolworth cafeteria . . . The spirit of
"MayfTime" at the teafdance . . . Picture hats and pastels . . . Ruffles and roses . , .
The sublime . . . After which the ridiculous . . . When they go slummin' . . . Not on
Park Avenue, mind you . . . But stopping at nothing less than a castle . . . a White
one with hamburgers Sc . . . Future Jenny Linds and Grace Moores sang for Parent'
Teachers . . . They included Aline Lush, Yvette Sherman, Marg Cannon, and Jean
Kisner . , . Once an octette with Robert Conner, Creed Byrd, Nelson Wolfe, and james
Strother from the Glee Club . . . Mr. Heckel's crossfexamination at tryfouts . . . Cliff
trying to hurry the meeting as he waits for "Butchie' '...' 'On Music's Wings" and
"Luxemburg Gardens" at Commencement . . . After which a rush to change into for'
mals . . . For the midfsemester dance . . . Jane Guthrie looking regal . . . Davie, serene
. . . A perfect prefflood fling . . . "Christ Arose" was most impressive at Good Friday
services . . . Martha and Mary Alice . . . Always each other's accompaniment . . . Kay
forever contributing to harmony . . . Guthrie, the Lydian measures . . . Jean Fawcett
furnishing ragtime and mazurka . . . Helen Probert, a lovely melody . . . Miriam, the
perfect madrigal . . . Marion Wrege, "Serenade '... Geraldine Giles, a popular medley
. . . Mrs. Beard, the inspiring director . . . No dirge or discord . . . Together . . . Their
own symphony . . . BEL CANTO
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Naomi Elkins .... --C13YiHCf
Kathryn Graff .....
Betty Bence .,..,..
Lee Mayfield .....
Peggy Knox ....
Lawrence Tuley ....
Vincent Stemle .........
Hundley Coolman .....,...,.....Y.,..,. Drum Maier
Melbourne Roger .....,.,,,,
Sam Miller fStandingD ...............v SHXOPPAOHC
George Straw ,.,..r.........,r.,... Tenor Saxophone
Lawrence Mock fStandingJ
Winifred Geddes t...........-.Yw,
Elizabeth Forward .,...,.
Creed Byrd .....,...
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Jane Oeffinger .,....Y.t,..... .,...-,- D film
Mary Margaret Grantz ..... ........ D rum
Walter Potts .,,...,.. ....,.. Drums
Vv'illiam Landers . ................... HOH1
Glenn Dean ,......... French Horn
Victor Coomes ..
Charles Mertz ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,., Baritone Saxophone
David Hedden .... .......,. B aritone Saxoplwne
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Louise Lukemier .,.. ,,...,.., 1 st Violin Richard Mcculloch ""' """' C larinet
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Helen Kost ,,.... .....,,,. 1 st Violin
George Henry .,.,.... .....,........,.... 1 st Violin
Curtis Weber ., Drums fTympaniJ
Martha Sands ,,... ....,.,,,.,..... 'Z d Violin
Jane Wolf ...........
Opal Willianison ..
Mona Alice East
Berry Bence ...,.....
Lucille Ginther .............
Mary Elizabeth Garrett ,,....
Martha Marlow .....
B. C. Heckel ,....
Gladys Mann ..,.....
Bernice Richard ........
Elizabeth Forward .....
Lawrence Tuley ....,...
William Sanders ....
Marvin Kupferer ..
Edwin McNamara ..
Jack Gable ....,.....
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First Rowzgllrban Allen, Clyde Bryant, Assistant Editor, Ed Donahoe, Feature Editorg Charles
Luther, Forrest Keach, Garrett Tyler.
Second Row:-Homer Money, Business Manager, William Nicholson, Hays Brown, Sports Editor,
G. T. Meyers, Elwood Trinkle, Paul Welch.
Third Row:gMiss Huntsinger, Kenneth Roy, Mary june Montgomery, Editor'in'Chiefg Frank
Copler, james Hartsfield, Sam Scott,
Fourth Row:-Gilbert Hoffman, Leonard Oenbrink, lack Dyer, Jerome Biscopink, Tom Box,
No Picture:-Alan Stephens, Sports Editor.
KIQBLVIIKNALISM . . . First semester . . . Plenty of sports writers . . . Resignation of
feature editor . . . Grounds, incompatibility . . . Clyde Bryant, the super, super cross'
word puzzle maestro . . . Alan Stephens knew all the names . . . Republicans rather
choked . . . on their straw . . . vote . . . Paul Welch, ye olde copye chaser . . . Homer
Money appropriately the business manager . . . "Buggin' around school with
Donahoeg . . . Did he ever get a journalism book? . . , All payments must be made to
the school . . . or report cards won't be issued . . . What about the money the school
owes us? . . . Alan Stephens wants to know if he and Fred Penn won't get pensions . . .
Urbey Allen whethering and notfing . . . Elwood Hutchins must have been Louisville
correspondent . . . Respective editors . . . Ever agreeing with themselves . . . Never with
each other . , . Class took advantage of chance to get names in print . . . just couldn't
keep each other out of the gossip column , . . Mary June Montgomery . . . Most popular
girl in the class . . . Except Miss Huntsinger . . . Of course . . . -IOURNALISM
First Row:-Lewis Allen, Miriam Bocard, Charles Christiansen, Alvin Harmon, Mary Frances
Murphy, Editorfin'Chief: Gladden Boaz.
Second Row:-Dorothy Steinert, Emmett Boylan, Robert Conner, Bernard Knable, Roy Rowe,
Third Row:fTom Bailey, Martha -lean Bunger, Hundley Coolman, Felix Losson, Bill Schuler,
Fourth Row:-Miss Springer, Margaret Cannon, Feature Editorg Veralynn Erganbright, Business
Managerg Edward Lottich, Juanita Seburn, James Bell.
.lUURN-Al-ISM . . . Second semester . . . scrambling after subscriptions . . . losing half
the money . . . what a relief . , . when we finally got enough . . . that first dummy . . ,
it took fully four hours . . . but it was worth it . . . and were the editors proud . . .
counting headline units all night . . . until they replaced sheep . . . in curing insomnia
. . . trying to fill the front page in time to go to press . . . typing for long, weary hours
. . . copyfreading with one foot in bed . . . meeting it, the deadline . . .or not meeting it
. . . writing the gossip in verse . . . with puns . . . figuring out the crossfword puzzles . . .
the new streamer head on the sports page . . . "Ink spots" and "Hot Shotsu' . . . praying
there would be enough copy . . . and then being swamped with it . . . when it wasn't
needed . . . anxiously waiting the students' verdict , . . that journalism Field Day . . ,
at Butler . . . the talks made by famous newspaper men and women . . . seeing thc news'
paper plant . . . and we thought' we worked . . . incidentally buying shoes in Indianapof
lis .. . putting the gossip in racing form . . . the edition before the Derby . . . that faf
mous last issue . . . with eight pages . . . and a Women's Page . . . with Tables For
Ladies on the Men's Page . . . bedtime stories . . . and beauty hints . , . digging up all
the old cuts . . . to surprise the student body . . . ending the semester with a farewell
dance . . . JUURNALISM,
First Rowzfjuanita Seburn, Esther Schwender, Robert Zoeller, ,lane Birk, Veralynn Erganbright,
Ann Holz, Treas, 1, 2.
Second Row:-Nelson Wolfe, Sec. 1, 2: Mildred Lang, jack Fougerousse, Mary Louise Huth,
Melvin Meyer, Pres. 1, Z: Caroline Strassel.
Third Row:-jane Guthrie, Ruth Kirk, june Blunk, VicefPres, 1, Z3 Frank Zoeller, Marion XVrege,
Fourth Row:fl..ouis Utrecht, Mary June Montgomery, Gertrude Mueller, Iohn Slattery, Dorothy
Umbach, james Van Dalsem.
LQEIQMAN C1173 . . . Christmas carols auf Deutsch . . . Practising, of course . .
But it ended with collation . . . People in serenaded homes seemed to sense this habit . . .
And invited the memhers in for refreshments . . . Beautiful tree at Mary Louise Huth's
. . . All day picnic at Kahler's camp . . . Seemed like a reunion . . . Grover Page's origif
nal sketches . . . Herr Meyer presents club with a large piano felephantine in the words
of the common laymanj . . . Every other fortnightly meeting at home of a club mem'
her . . . "Ach, du lieber Augustin" . . . German anagrams . . . Fraulein Rockenbacli
seems to have an advantage . . , Roherts' Rules of Order auf Deutsch? . . , Jack
Fougerousse making sandwiches at Mildred Langs meeting . . . Zoeller's holding hands
in a cousinly fashion . , . Juanita rushing away early . . . Second Annual Dinner meeting
at Woolworths . . . Clever place cards . . . German play . . . Our first picture in the
Senior Annual . . . Where to hold the Annual Ausflug7 . . . So many suggestions . . .
Poems of Spring . . . Auf Wiedersehen . . .
First Row:fLucinda Wyzard, Dorothy Steinert, Elizabeth Zipp, Ruth Wilson, Jean Condra,
Second Row:-Georgia Metcalf, Pres. 1, Sec. 2g Patty McGrath, Sec. 1, Vice'Pres. 2, Marlis
Miller, Martha Magness, Ruth Mclntosh, Lucille Peterson.
Third Row:-Ethel McDaniel, Pres. 23 Dorothy Iacobs, Rose Bailey, Louise Foreman, Mary
Haas, Dorothy Barton.
Fourth Row:-Audra Quebbeman, Treas. 1, Z3 Bonnie O'Brian, Evelyn Johnson, Margaret
Gerdon, Valeria Kitterman, Miss Lena Board.
li- A' C- . . . The referee blows the whistle . . . game is under way . . . Miss Board
sets ball in play . . . not the gold basketballs worn by Audra Quebbeman and Georgia
Metcalf as a reward for three years' service . . . but the real ball . . . the real game . . .
played by real athletes . . . losers treat winners . . . The referee calls time out for the
girls to enjoy a theater party . . . Now back to the game . . . the referee calls a foul
because of the initiation . . . very appropriate . . . girls wearing baseball caps . . . girls
pushing pennies . . . wear powder off noses , . . girls have G. A. C. tattooed on their
forehead with mercurochrome . . . Louise Foreman standing, fully dressed, under hot
shower . . . Referee blows the whistle . . . wonder why? . . . the dance . . . she says it's a
toss . . . to see who is the lucky lad asked to the dance . . . swing at the Gingham Cot'
tage . . . Whistle . . . one free shot for Rita Mclntosh, Marlis Miller and Bonnie
O'Bryan, who wear "R's" as reward for two years' service . . . time out . , . pack up
your troubles in your old kit bag and hike, hike, hike . . . hot dogs . . . mustard . . .
marshmallows . . . back to the game . . . rolling along together, the girls enjoy a skating
party at Fontaine , . . We all fall down and go boom . . . Oh! now that's the gun . . .
the game is over . . . wonderful game . . . nl, A. C
First Row:--Hays Brown, jane Hermann, Charles Luther, Anita Hubbuch, Urban Allen, lane
Second Row:iMary Louise Fougerousse, Clyde Bryant, Marilyn Bir, Nelson Wolfe, Mary Haas,
Third Row:-G. T. Myers, Evelyn Lancaster, XVilliam Findt, Rita Richards, jack Oldaker, Gladys
Fourth Row:-Martha Magness, John Croxall, Sam Fenwick, Ed Donahue, Mary Louise
Hasenstab, Richard Clark.
FIGHTING FIFTY . . . electing Charles Luther, the schools individual cheering
section, president . . . making the constitution with fifty members contributing . . .
really only fortyfseven left . . . after three were kicked out . . . that motorcycle show
that didn't come off . . . Dick Clark's brilliant ideas . . . "Pigskin Parade" presented at
the Grand . . . a grand show . . . Jane Stephens almost lost: on that big stage . . . the
"bo0s" coming from behind . . . from behind the rousing cheers . . . Ed D0nahoe's
assembly talk before the show . . . trying to find where all the tickets went . . . gloatf
ing over the money earned . . . the renewed pep was more gratifying . . . Hays Brown
suggesting 'sYe Yuletide Yump" as a title for the dance . . . or "Fighting Fifty's Fun
Festival' '... final edition being the Santa Claus Stomp . . . Red and black ribbons
pinned on club members . . . sneaking one for the boyffriend . . . decorating the gym
for the big event . . .
First Rowzfjane Guthrie, Doris Pritz,
lane Cureton, Alma Cummings.
Second Row:-Mary F. Murphy, Ian'
ette McRae, Mary J. Montgomery,
Third Row:--Kay Ellis, Almedia Keil,
Margaret Cannon, Ruth West,
Fourth Row:-Mary M, Raaba, Bettye
Prosser, Betty Robinson, Jane Crosier.
Fifth Row:-Ella jane Denison, Martha
Crowe, Helen Probert.
Sixth Rowzflanette Rodman, Marion
Wrege, Jane Draper, Martha Marlowe.
ParkfMiles orchestra outdoing themselves . . . Barry Tunison as the prize stag . . .
mothers and fathers watch from the auditorium . , . those bus rides to Vincennes and
Princeton . , . the hamburgers on the way home . . . the crying need for a policeman
in meetings . . . because of the fighting of the fifty . . . Alan Stephens telling of ancient
battles with Male, in the pepfsession . . . the president's continual "I'll he in the hall
to collect the money for your tickets' '... trying to throw out uninterested members in
a nice way , . . the only club in school with Seniors, Juniors, and Sophomores . . .
Marion Wrege wracking her brains to think of something new and different to do at
the end of the term . . . keep up "Ye Qlde Tyme Fight' '... FIGHTING FIFTY
T 1 - M ' ' L' ' SECTION I
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First Row:-Juanita Seburn, Kathryn
Ellis, Elizabeth Zipp, Margaret Gerdon,
Doris Bogle, Esther Schwender, Gwen'
i dolynn Roberts, Thelma Kopp, Jane
Ferrell, Margaret Slider.
, Second Row:-Martha Jean Bunger,
Ethel McDaniel, Berniece Wade, Patty
McGrath, Janet Creek, Mildred Lang,
Virginia Walters, Alice Rice, Evelyn
Gunterman, Esther Brewster.
Third Row:fMiriam Bocard, Wanda
Newkirk, Juel Davis, Jane Gutherie,
Janette McRae, Betty Beaucond, Ruth
Wolfe, Euline Willis, Golda Bunnell,
Juanita Burk, Jane Smith, Evelyn
Fourth Row:-Mary Parsons, Charlotte
Noon, Evelyn Johnson, Delores Kelly,
Geneva Sunderhaus, Cleo Rudy, Mary
Hammer, Martha Rudy, Sylvia Smith,
Mary Louise Oeffinger, Helen Lopp.
Fifth Row:-Lucinda Wyzard, Dorothy
Steinert, Chas. Christian, Jack Oldaker,
K. Roby, Flash Buchheit, Ace Brown,
Scoop Myers, George Walter.
First Row:-Selma Wolf, Juanita
Missi, Mary Parrish, Jane Very, Ida
Mae Stocksdale, Margaret Slattery,
Helen Scharf, Louise Foreman, Doris
Michaels, Helen Almon.
Second Row:-Jerry Thompson, Betty
Roth McCune, Helen Knight, Lucille
Knight, Helen Keithley, Alma Meyer,
Florence Holden, Frances Moser, Alta
May Hand, Marv Haas, Nancy Roby.
Third Row:-M. Jane Gibbs, Martha
Scherley, Clara Lawrence, Marguerite
Collings, Jean Condra, Janette Rodman,
Lucille Peterson, Jena Scales, Lillian
Davis, Vera Cogswell, H. Coolman.
Fourth Row:-Ada Wolfe, Alice
Jasper, Gladys Haller, George Smith,
Robert Conner, Morris Best, Lynn
Byerley, Billy Sherman, William Lee,
Mildred Cunningham, Charlotte Bax'
ter, Muriel Haladay.
Fifth Row:-Kenneth Hay, Gilbert
Hoffman, Melvin Weber, Donald
Staker, Robert Baker, Robt. Anderson,
J Louis Bland, Stan Widman, Lawrence
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, son, Wm. Calhoon, Melvin Hubbard.
First Row:-Veralynn Erganbright, Sammie Fenwick, Dorothy Jacobs, Jean Million, Eustasia Oeffinger, Charlotte Grantz, Mary
Hornung, Doris XVeber, Wilmae McKim, Ruth Cureton,
Second Row:---Jackie Bir, Alma Cummings, Anavelle Howard, Betty Pierson, Evelyn Heagie, Peggy Kensy, Ann Reed Conner,
Katherine Schwender, Norma Johantgen, Mildred George, Jean Finnegan, Sara MaeFall, Rita Richards.
Third Row:-Ruth Moser, Ina May Sands, Berniece Richards, Betty Hammersmith, Jane Dieckman, Mildred Snider, Leona Hen'
son, Wanda Moore, Juanita Elkins, Jack Gable, Mary Louise Fougerousse, Mary Martha Raaba.
Fourth Row:---Phyllis Ropa, Don Howison, Herman Christianson, Ed. Strother, Kenneth McAfee, James Graf, Nelson Wolfe,
Felix Losson, George Reeves, Edwin Scharf, Anna Jeanne Connell, Ruth XVilson, Jane Hermann.
Fifth Row:fMary June Montgomery, Lucille Davis, Marg, Cannon, Norman Francis, Robert Moser, James Lopp, Gordon Wolfe,
George C. Plue, Paul McNally, Robert Blythe, Martha Magness, Shirley Fine, Virginia Jasper.
First Row:-A. Sermersheim, Walter Manley, Paul Graf, Robert Jack, Edgar Akers, Charles Bensing, James Hammond, Bob
Keithley, Frank Zoeller, fiurtis Weber, Louis G, Svmrer.
Second Row:--Valeria Kitterman, Fat Rouck, Violet McCaffrey, Jessie Lee hall, Honora Hand, Rose Mary Fach, Catherine
Wolfe, Mary Elizabeth Resch, Ruth Alles, June Brown, Helen Shaw, Rita Beck, Mary Elizabeth Graf.
Third Row:--Norma Smith, Doris Smith, Marcia Creek, Betty Prosser, Thelma Redden, Martha Sands, Olivene Shewmaker,
Evelyn Haller, Mildred Lechleitor, Elizabeth Davis, Joyce L. Kleiber, Martha Carr, Ella Reisert.
Fourth Row:-Fred Proctor, Norma Vigar, Helen Kingsley, Elizabeth Parsons, Vanita Brashear, Amelda Bostock, Mary Bego,
Betty Bence, Ruth Wheatley, Esther Cory, M. L, Ettel, Mildred Summers, Juanita Miller, Bud Allen.
Fifth Row:-Frank Eisman, Wilbur Taylor, Dan Parr, Al Croxall, Max English, N. Schell, Jane Wolf, Mary Louise Schultz,
Winifred Geddes, Lucille Ginther, Dolores Reynolds, Helen Kost, Ruth Duncan.
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. . . Honking down Spring . . . Spelling New Albany around corners . . . Personal inf
vitations to grads for Homecoming . . . the one walking parade . . . Bud Stoy's big bon-
fire . . . Pep talks equally warm . . . Dick Clark's warning to be careful about using
people's furniture . . . Boosting . . . The "yea Bulldogs" sign over the fence . . . So Phil
Roberts couldn't add it to his collection . . . Persuading band to play peppy pieces . . .
St. X knowing our song . . . but lacking the enthusiasm . . . "Gotcher Booster money?"
. . . "Well wanna buy a pencil?' '...' 'Oh,- you still have last year's pin. O. K." . .
Sammie Fenwick draping colors . . . trying to get a card section . . . Best of all . . .
Those super magnificent outfits the yell leaders sport . . . Good looking yell leaders,
yes . . . In their uniforms simply dazzling . . . the Swiss hat is too becoming to Jeanne
. , . Miss Green . . . The girl of their dreams . . . She boosts till it hurts . . . Nothing
but the opposition . , . Billie Hagen . . . Back to shake the P. N. Curl building down
the rest of the way . . . Alternates favoring subfalternates . . . "Susie" losing her col'
lections . . . Bud Allen late to class . . . Because Sam had to check names . . . The back'
bone of school spirit . . . Background for athletic success . . . BOOSTERS.
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We, The Students.
This past year for the first time in the history
of the school, debating has been a school project.
Heretofore both debating and discussion were en-
tirely in the hands of the Wrangler Club, a
boys' organization. However, this year, Mr.
Huckleberry, the new Speech teacher, coached
the debate team which was drawn from the stu'
dent body as a whole.
The final debate team consisted of Shirley Fine
W and David Hedden, who debated the affirmative
side of the question, and Georgia Metcalf and
Mary Frances Murphy, who composed the negaf
tive team. Letters were also presented to Marion
Wrege and Norman Schell for their work. Others
who debated at the first of the season were James
Van Dalsem, Jane Birk, and Edna Turner.
The National High School Subject for debate was: "Resolved that All Electric Utilities Should Be
Governmentally Owned and Operated."
Mary Frances Murphy represented the school in the State High School Discussion League, sponf
sored by Indiana University. The first District contest on April 6 resulted in a tie between North Ver'
non's representative, Roger Miller, and New Albany. Other teams represented were Greensburg and
Columbus. The tie was run off on the afternoon of the State Contest, and the District cup went to
Mary Frances Murphy. New Albany has the distinction of having a representative in both the
State Debate Tournament and the State Discussion League Tournament, although neither resulted in
The season opened with an invitational tournament at Bloomington High School,
where four teams represented New Albany.
All other debates of the season were canceled because of the flood except one with
Male, which resulted in a New Albany victory, and a double debate with Shepherds'
ville, Kentucky, which resulted in a tie.
In the State High School Debating League tournament the team defeated Mt. St.
Francis and Marengo to win the County contest and also won the Sectional by defeat'
ing North Vernon. Medals were presented to the team for their victory. For the first
time in New Albany's debating history, a team represented the school at the State
Debate Tourney. The team was defeated by Elkhart in this tournament.
As a whole it was the most successful debate season that New Albany has ever had.
Wrangler Cup Contest
The fourth annual Wrangler Cup Contest was won by Mary Frances Murphy,
representing the Speakers with the subject, "A Minimum Wage Law." Lucille Peterson,
speaking on Gross Income Tax, placed second and David Hedden, a Wrangler, who
spoke on "Flood Control," was third.
The contest is limited to topics concerning the government. Qthers who participated
were Mary June Montgomery, Speaker, whose subject was "Consumers Cooperatives",
Georgia Metcalf, Speaker, "A Discussion of the Supreme Courtmg Mary Helen Mould,
"The PostfOfficeN'g Thomas Hale, a Wrangler, "Too Many Crashes", Kenneth Hay,
"Neutrality"g Edward Strother, "New Albany's Park System"1 and Victor Coomes,
k'OldfAge Pension Law."
The first tournament competition of the year in which the Commercial Department
took part was the invitational tournament at Danville, Indiana, on April 3. Students
from Indiana, Ohio, and Illinois participated in the tournament. New Albany entered
students in the first year typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and personality sweepstakes.
Prior to the contest at Danville, a local contest was held. The Rotary Club chose
a committee of four to assist in the personal bearing contest. Dorothy Jacobs, winner of
this contest, also placed sixth in the contest at Danville and was the only girl named.
New Albany placed seventh in bookkeeping and received other recognition.
Those attending the tournament were: Ethel McDaniel, Edward Rouck, Elizabeth
Zipp, Betty Salm, Dorothy Jacobs, Mary Parsons, Juanita Missi, Rita Beck, Jean
Million, Jane Ferrell, Melvin Weber, Lenne Keithley, Violet McCaffrey, Margaret
Gerdon, Willamae Losch, Bonnie Q'Bryan, Mary Elizabeth Graf, and Dorothy Busald.
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Each year the Ball State Teachers College holds a mass preliminary contest in which
all typing and shorthand students in the schools over the state compete. Then
the fifteen schools and the fifteen individuals that finish first are eligible to go to
Muncie for the state contest. In the mass contest New Albany finished seventh in typing
and eighth in shorthand, therefore we were eligible for the Muncie Contest. So, on
April 16, a group of students consisting of Rita Beck, Aileen Lush, Mary Elizabeth
Graf, Violet McCaffery, and Edward Rouck left for Muncie. The contest was held at
the college Saturday morning from 9:00 A.M. until 12:30 P.M, When the scores had
been compiled it was found that the shorthand team ranked seventh in the state and the
typing team was ranked fourth. In the typing contest Rita Beck had the fewest errors
of any contestant in the state.
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Poppy Day poster contest in the Art department
for the purpose of having a representative poster
in the state contest. Eleven Art students entered,
and five were awarded prizes in assembly by the
representatives of the local American Legion Aux'
iliary. Those receiving awards were:
Norbert Bir, first prize of 32.00, Richard
McCulloch, second prize of 31.00. Those ref
ceiving honorable mention were William Neville,
Ethel Sprigler, and Virginia McFarlan.
Sarah East, playing the ninth movement of De Beriot's Concerto, won third place in
the violin division of the state music contest, held April 19, at Bloomington in which
74 Indiana High School students participated.
She was one of four violinists in the Sectional music tourney held at Seymour
April 2, and was chosen to take part in the state contest.
Her sister, Mona Alice, found no competition in piano or cello in the sectional and
so easily won her way to the state where she played, among other selections, "Witches
Dance" by McDowell and Poppin's "Mazurka"
The Ruth Bryan Owen Medal
was awarded by Mrs. Elmer An'
derson, D.A.R. regent, to Mary
Frances Murphy on Thursday,
May 6, in assembly, for outstandf
ing leadership in the high school.
in Story Writing
With her short story, "Turkey
Daze," Mary Parrish won the local
Psi Iota Psi short story contest and
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Whitinghill, also won the province
prize in this contest, open to all
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FOOTBALL "The best team in many years." This tribute, the highest an athletic
team can rcceive in New Albany High School, was paid them by their coach, Alec
On the night of September 18, our gridmen made their debut against Seymour.
VVith 2,000 fans cheering them, they swamped the opposition 20f7.
Playing the more elite the Bulldogs scheduled a Northern team, Central of South
Bend, Hopelessly outclassed the first half but struggling on with sheer physical courage
a most regrettable accident happened. Art Brown, captainfelect of the basketball squad,
broke his leg while playing in the backfield. What more could be said than the team
came back and took the situation in hand by handing the Northerners a 19-14 drubbing.
The Red and Black coasted through to an easy conference victory over an inferior
Bicknell team, October 2, by a score of 24fO.
Slipping and sliding in a murky sea of mud the Canines battled Bosse of Evansville
to a scoreless tie. Surging back and forth like a pendulum, both teams plunged, passed
and unleashed a series of trick plays but to no avail.
It seemed like an epidemic. New Albany out for revenge journied to Male High
School in Louisville. In the opening periods, Perkins skirted right end for twenty yards
to place the ball on Male's ten yard line. The play was called back because of offfsides.
The Bulldogs scored early in the second stanza. Male scored their touchdown in the
third quarter on a debatable play.
In another conference game New Albany downed Princeton in a onefsided affair
to the tune of 51fO.
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Arthur Brown ........
David Zoeller .
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XVilliam Tucker ...,.... Tackle
Frank Zoeller ...,,. ,,.Halfhack
Robert Conner ...,., Halflwzlck
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Robert Zoeller ,.............,, End Kenneth Roy .............. Guard
Pete Timperman ,,,...,. Tackle Charles Roy ,,...,.,..,,.. Guard
Felix Lossun ,,,,, ,,,,,,.. T ackle Edward Welz .,,,,,,,,,,. Tackle
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were trounced 2543 in an exciting game. The Zoeller to Hardin passing comhination
reached its zenith in this game. Time after time Zoeller faded hack and hurled the oval
into the outstretched arms of Hardin who gathered it in his arms and sped away to
gain more yardage.
Traveling to Linton the boys flayed the Miners 2lf6 for the last conference games.
The cadets of K.M.l. brought their soldiers to Buerk Field on November 14. The
Canines opened up with a barrage of fast running plays and passes to make the Gen'
erals surrender 21'7.
It took 4,000 "snow men" and a score of 7f0 to furnish a climax of an almost per'
fect football season. New Alhany played host to the St. Xavier Tigers in their annual
Thanksgiving game. Recovering a fumble the Dogs marched to the St. Xavier goal
line. Perkins went over. D. Zoeller converted to score the last point of the 1936 season.
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BASKETBALL Injuries!! Floods!! Bad Luck!! This might easily describe the
1936-1937 basketball season. "junie" VN'einmann, first string forward, underwent an
operation from which he never fully recovered. Art Brown, Captainflilect, suffered
a broken leg while playing football.
With this staring him in the face, Coach McConnell dug in and went to work.
They opened with F. J. Reitz, December 5. The Evansville team defeated New Albany
Playing another Evansville team, Central, the boys were beaten by the same score.
The next night they motored to Columbus to take a 34f27 walloping.
Again that four point jinx crept into the score, this time Vincennes shadowed the
Every cloud must have a silvery lining. The basketball team got their break when
they met Bloomington. They trounced them 28f2O.
With the taste of victory still in their mouths they took Corydon in stride. The
"Old Capitol" boys were set back 2320.
The team, along with the fans, now had a better mental attitude when they went
into the Blind Tourney. In the first round New Albany eliminated Corydon 4148.
That same round Salem eked out a win over Paoli 19f16. In the final bout, New Albany
whipped Salem 3528 to take the cup.
The Bulldogs journied to Bedford to meet
the dreaded Stonecutters. Our boys were
defeated after playing one of the hardest
games of the season. The score was 39f36.
Washington came to New Albany to
avenge a defeat of last season but went
home with a 2348 shellacking to make up
ROBERT ZOELLER GLENN PERKINS RAY YENOWINE VVILLIAM SCHULER DAVID ZOELLER
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Seymour and Bicknell fell before the snow ball as it gathered speed. Again the boys
began to look like a tournament squad.
Meeting Franklin in another close thriller, this time the victor, they walked off the
floor with a 3934 victory in their purse.
Basketball, basketball, basketball, three days of basketball. But out of the fog reared
N.A.H.S. to cop the final game from Corydon 47123.
A week later we rode to Mitchell to the Regional. We hurdled Paoli 24f13 in the
first round. But the Bedford Stonecutters chiseled us for a score of 34f16 to gain a trip
to the semiffinals.
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Dec. 15-jeffersonville .,..... .,....... T here
YDec. 17-Vincennes .,....,...,,.....,......., Here
Dec. 7 2-Male, Louisville .l...,......,, There
Jan. 7-Bedford ..........., .......,,,. H ere
Han. Sfwashington .... ...l..... T here
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jan. 15-Seymour ...,.,. .,..,,,, H ere
Sfjan. 7 2 -Bloomington ,,,. .,,,,,... T here
jan. 2 6-Salem ...........,, ,l.,...., T here
ikjan. 8-Bosse .........,,,.,.. ,..,.... H ere
Feb. 2--jeffersonville ...........,,...,,.. Here
Feb, 5-St. Xavier, Louisville ...... There
Feb. 1 1-Richmond ,,,.,.......,,,,,,,. Here
SfFeb. 18-Linton ....... ..,,.,,.. T here
:kFeb. 19--Sullivan ......,, ,There
!fFeb. 2 5-Princeton ..... ....,,,. H ere
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'F S.I.A.C. Games
Mr. Katterjohn signs the jefffN. A, Basketball
contract while Mr. McConnell and
Mr. Clark look on.
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Ed Welz, Slmotput
Albert Knglwt, Pole Vault
Beck and Wagoner, mile
Mile at Sectional
Beck and Wagoner, mile
Relay onefhalf mile
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clads. They met Corydon in the opening meet of the season. The final score was New
Albany 86, Corydon 33.
Coach Thom prepped his men in spikes for the S.I.A,C. meet at Indiana University.
They brought back the plaque. Their score was 415. Bosse of Evansville was their
nearest competitor with 28 points. Wrege broke the meet record for the century dash
in 10.1. Hubbard smashed the high hurdle record in 16.1. Bob Beck added his bit by
running the mile in 4.44 for another record. Still another mark was shattered by the
half mile relay, Bertrand, Perkins, Donahoe, and Hardin ran it in 1.38:2.
The thinlys traveled to Male to lose a close meet 49f57. Holding the annual Sec'
tional track meet at Buerk Field, N.A.H.S. sent eight men to the state meet at Indiana'
polis . . . they were john Wrege, Don McWilliams, Bob Beck, Wayne Wagner, Charles
Roy, Bill Hubbard, Jim Hardin, Pete Timperman, Chet Crumbo, and Ed. Donahoe.
john Wrege placed fifth in the hundred yard dash. The mile relay ran fourth.
To the victors belong the spoils
The Final Ballot in the Beauty Queen Contest
St X and N. A. Captains
BEAUTY QUEEN CQNTEST
JEANNE SALYARDS PHYLLIS Rom
Junior cheer leader, Jeanne Salyard's 'ipenny collecf
tion" of 958, won her the title of N,A.H.S. Beauty Queen
in the contest sponsored by the Senior Blotter April 15
and 16. Each high school in the S.I.A.C. selected a can'
didate, and from the winner the judges selected the queen
to reign over the S.I.A.C. track meet at Vincennes, April
Runner up in the local contest was Phyllis Ropa, Sophf
omore, who polled 687 of the votes which were sold to
students for one cent each. The money was added to the
Martha lean Bunger
Norma lane Slider
Ruth Wilson, Helen Knight
Captain Mary jean Cappeu
La Von Livingston
Audrey Kopp, Marcia Creek
Ann Reed Conner
Jessie Lee Hall
Anna Jean Connell
5 Mary Frances Murphy
Mary june Capper
Mary jane Gibbs
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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
P a r e n t
T e a c h e r s
A s s o c i a tio n
OFFICERS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
R. W. Conner ,....,,,........ President Mrs. Noble Marlowe ................ Program
C. A. A ........ V' 'P "d . ,
D. K- Hegilirm -----if-Sggltix Mrs. John Howxson .............. Membershlp
john Sparks ...... .......... T reasurer Mrs. Harry E. Bir ........ Ways and Means
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To manage the teams he is able,
For whenever he comes into view
k'Hot Dog" say the boys, "it's Weinie Knable
To bandage your floorburns for you."
VJeIlfknovvn for his verse is Ed Lottich
He writes up the gossip this way
And although he's adverse to publicity
He'll have to vvritefup himself someday.
From east to west, unusual size,
And great from north to south,
You'll find this always typical
Of the famous Luther mouth.
Myrna Loy's the perfect wife
Freda's her double we all declare
So for Dave it's the life
A million men would share.
Some old timers say
Fourscore years and ten,
But it only seems that long
That the school has had Fred Penn.
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Lenne Keithley likes to sing
But he likes a lot of things-
Especially blondes with big blue eyes-
He just looks and looks and sighs and sighs,
Mark Gohmann just loves his school,
At least he gives that impression,
But what he really longs to do
ls to slip out during the fourth session.
Ed Donahoe's fond of his speed,
On the track, he has seconds to spare,
But really he's fonder, deep down in his heart,
Of his beautiful. wavy, brown hair.
Bob Conner, as Philbert, was mad
In that bewildering Wrangler play,
But watching him stagger around in the halls,
We'd say he was mad anyway.
Frank Copler's an usher downtown
Where all of the high school kids go,
And he never reports girls or hoys
Who burst paper bags in the show.
In February . . .
In May . . .
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Senior Class Play
"But, Sylvanus, he's only seventeen A' And so he was, for this year the Senior Class
presented "Seventeen" by Booth Tarkington. Because of a late start only one cast was
selected and contrary to precedent the play was produced by Speech II class, and was
coached by Mr. Huckleberry, Speech teacher.
Practice proceeded with much laughter, and other students in the Senior Class took
charge of the costumes, lighting, properties, stage setting and publicity.
"Seventeen" is the story of Willie Baxter, just seventeen, who suffers all the pangs
of his first love affair. The object of his affections is Lola Pratt, who is very proficient
at babyftalk. Willie's mother tries to help him throug this difficult stage, while jane,
his little sister, makes his life miserable.
The play was presented only one night and had the following cast:
Willie Baxter ..,,..
Mr. Baxter .,,,..
joe Bullitt ,...,.,.
Wallie Banks ,,
Mr. Parcher ...,.
jane Baxter .....
Lolla Pratt .......
May Parcher .......
Ethel Boke ,...,..
Mrs. Baxter .....
...,,......Mary Martha Raaba
.....,.Mary Frances Murphy
Mary june Montgomery
On behalf of the Senior Glass
we, the Senior Annual Stajjf wish
to thank you for your financial
support in helping us to publish
this flood edition.
The Gingham Cottage
fHigh School Dance Rendezvousj
LAWRENCE AND MARY MUSSELMAN
-Off with the bang of Sophs hang'
ing the wrong doors , . . lt's good
to be back!
-Still good to be back, but we are
still startled at the sight of Sophs
where we expected grads,
-The team catches on quick, down'
ing Seymour 20-7,
-Sophomores on parade. We're
really glad to have them,
-Beat South Bend Central 19-1-4 in
first game with them.
-Third time's a charm. Or at least
a greater victory, Bicknell scoring
nothing to our Z4.
Vernon Mathes, Prop- Oct. -A scoreless muddy tie with Bosse
Oct. -Maybe the team is beginning to
Vincennes at Charleston Rd. gkg this tie business. Male game
Oct. -Teacher's convention at Indiana'
Phgne 64 polis. Students convention at
Finger Bros. Coal Co. F1111k'S Restaurant
Famous "Mecca Coal
Norman Richie, Mgr. KEN'S KITCHEN
W, J. Winter, Ass't
We Specialize in Beautifying Homes
"With Trees that Please"
FVERGREENS SHRUBS Budd's Service Station
Road 231 Phone Jeff, l994fF3
ENDRIS EQ' SON
New High School's Official jewelers
Class Rings and Pins S QUALITY JEWELERS
J. O. ENDRIS Eff SON
320 Pearl Street
Graf Auto Company
322f25f27 Vincennes St.
DODGE E3 PLYMOUTH
Those football players make their
former selves look like pansies,
winning over Princeton with the
insignificant score of 5'7'0,
Oct. Z7-We dorft claim Jim Farley's gift of
prophecy, but it does seem from
the reaction to the Democratic
Rally that they have a pretty good
chance if Landon doesn't win.
Oct. Z9-We do claim Jim Farley's gift
Skirts - Blouses - Sweaters
Slacks -- Bathing Suits
from the reaction to the Republif
can rally that they fDemocratsJ
have a pretty good chance no mat'
ter what happens to Landon. By
the by, the public speaking depart'
ment is all right. In other words
we like our new teacher.
Top Vincennes Alices 25-13.
Light dawned. Linton downed,
Nov. 12g"Merchant of Venice" and "Othel'
lo" to a predominantly un-Shakes'
pearean audience. But everybody
had a good time except Desdemona
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Thos. L. Mullineaux
We Wish for the Graduating Class of
'37 Much Happiness and Success Compllmems
Marsh and Sherrill of
Edward H. Meyer
Silver and Oak Sts.
Nov. 14-"Theres something about a sol'
dierf' But the Bulldogs know how
to fix that with u score of 21 to
Pharmacy K.M,I.'s 7.
Nov. I7 --N.A.H.S. orchestra starts VVGRC
Incorporated waves vibrating, Kind of a per'
manent tscarej they gave 'em.
"PrescriptionServicetl1atPleases'i NOV4 35f'l2St2f PCP S2SSi0H tries YO Play
grape nuts to the potato sacking
, Speakers as well as the'erfteam.
East Elghth E? Oak Phone 488 More Thanksgiving baskets than
Buy The BESI Dec. 5f"All's well that ends well" is not
the point. First basketball score
RISCQ H1,TE5T being F. G, Reit: 24, N. A. 20.
Dec. 1lASccond score, same as the first.
- - - O onent this week-Central.
Rlssler 011 Servlce Dec. llf -Cglilmhus 34, N. A. 27.
Station Dec. 15--Moving pictures of the Thanks'
giving game and the 'Headless
A W Horseman." No connection.
C0fYd0U Pike E7 State St- Dec. 18-Vincennes trying to get hack for
the football defeat. Beat us 30126.
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19-Hot dog! N.A. 28, Bloomington
Dec. -"When the Wife's Away" is Pub'
lic Speaking class play. Emma C' Muller
Dec 23-Christmas play, "From our House Flower
to Your House." Skinned Corydon
2340- 1611 E. Main sf.
Dec 24-Relax. But not for long.
Dec. 25-If you donit know, the annual -Phonesg
for it. New Albany, Ind.
Dec. 26AIn Blind Tourney N. A, beats
Corydon, who beats Paoli and Sal'
em who beats Paoli, In other words
Tops! Compliments of
jan. 4Mr. Rose secretly married today, C. J.
so we don't know it yet.
Jan' 'Vacation taps' COMPLETE MARKET
jan. -New York Celtics vs. House of
David and Public Speaking Class
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Tel. jAckson 7105 813-19 South First Street
Nance F1 O r al Shoppe Eff Construction Co.
Flowers for all Occasions Evevywliere W. S' Condra Chas' E. Condra
Phone 412 1301 Spring 1316 E, Elm St. 417 Bank St.
Phone 914fW Phone 1446fW
A. RASMUSSEN E99 SONS
"Flowers For All Occasions"
Telegraph Service To A11 OutfoffTown Points
NEW ALBANY BUSINESS COLLEGE
An accredited school of business-training young men and women in the most
You are cordially invited to visit us and see our modern facilities and teaching
methods in operation.
PHONE 795 601 ELSBY BLDG.
of The Cullen Company
P u I- 1: y M a d Silver Grove Ice Cream
Culbertson and Indiana Avenue
ONLY A HOUSEWIFE
Can Really Appreciate 'These Advantages:
Courteous drivers who make delivery with a minimum of muss and a maximum of care
COAL with a minimum of smoke, soot and ash and a maximum of heat and comfort
E. T. SLIDER
Phones: 2603, 2604, and 3009
jan. 9-N. A. 23, Washington 18 ll
jan. 12-"Students of all Nations" present
Ian. 14fWe're so tired we don't know the
score but New Albany played Seyf
jan. 17-MidfYear Baccalaureate with Bel
Ian. 21-Graduationf-lust in time.
Ian. 27-Flood Crest 59.7.
Feb. 13-N, A. doesn't let a bit of water or
their rivals keep them from win-
ning the sectional debate tourney.
Still Flood conditions.
Feh. 17-Surprising number of people back.
+N. A. 39, Franklin 34.
4Sectional holds true to Speaker
f-Not quite like playing Jeff. Ex'
cept we won 270.3 over Corydon.
415 Vincennes St.
Sales and Service
All Repair Work Guaranteed
V. M. YOST
"I LIKE T0 STUDY
BETTER SIGHT LAMP"
School days cwe happier with better light
Q' The soft, glareless illumination from a Better Sight Lamp doesn't strain
Q the eyes and cause that drowsy listless feeling. That's why youngsters do
x their homework cheerfully - and get better grades, too - when they can
Lf G- study by a Better Sight Lamp. And grownfups will find that their own
eyes are less easily fatigued under proper illumination. The new Better
Sight Lamps are scientifically designed to eliminate glare and shadows, and
to protect eyes from strain. You can get these lamps in floor, lounge and
3, table models. See them at your dea1er's or our showroom.
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA
CLOTHING HATS ACCESSORIES
JOHN B. MITCHELL
'Tiluality Apparel for Men"
312 Pearl Street
MUTUAL TRUST AND DEPOSIT CO.
Mar -North Vernon defeated in debate
regional here. Mr. Huckleherry's Cgmplimentg
Mar. --Parents gloat over keeping us of
Mar. -N. A. wins Shepherdsville debate.
We're just good. Elllefy Ice Cfeanl Co
Mar -Beside the point, but final score
of state tourney was Anderson 33, Phone 1905 550 Beharrell Ave
Mar fR. K. O, Basketball banquet.
Frankie Zoeller receives sports' New A1bany'I1ld'
Apr. 1-Debate team goes to state at
Apr. 2-Mona Alice and Sarah East earn Compliments
right to compete in state music
Apr. 6-Mary Frances Murphy ties Ralph of
Miller in discussion league conf
test. Wrangler play postponed. , ,
Apr. Svllnlimited supply of General Mo- S Dalfy
tors Movies. We recommend them
for bankfnite and pretty Cinder'
TWYMAN - BOGARD GO.
New Albany, Incl.
Commencement Invitations and Cards Wedding Announcements
Sympathy Cards Visiting Gards Birth Cards Letterheads and Envelopes
There is no Substitute for the Genuine 7 'Your Friends will know the Difference
Beginning June 7 -Call JA 5343 for Catalogue
We urge all young men who are seriously interested in their futures to
consider the advantages of a business career. Have you thought of Business
as a Profession?
We are unable to fill all the positions available. Let us tell you about
your prospects in the business world.
A illb If
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BUSINESS COLLEGE, INC.
216 Speed Bldg. Louisville, Ky.
D f X
JESSIE B. FRIZELLE
SERVICE STATIONS 3,43 Vincennes Street
Minerva dinner and with Sectional
-Wrangler play postponed again.
-Jeanne Salyards wins the Beauty
+Corydon track meet turns out
O. K, People go with Miss Hunt'
singer to Butler journalism Field
19-Easts go to Bloomington to State
music contest. Sarah winning third
place in violin.
21-Take it easy! Wrangler play,
"The Feedstore Mystery" worth
22--At last, Class elections.
Z4-S.I.A.C. track meet at Vincennes
6-Latin club dance. Viflmat, not to
11-Wrangler cup contest. Ho hum!
14--Art Club dance at Country Club.
15--Sectional track meet conflicts with
18--Ruth Kirk and Celine Harris
Prescriptions Called for and Delivered
Phones 283 EG? 3100
Standard and Portable
Qteyy - edde
I21'111'lJ1119- 0111 an
133 E. Spring St.
Kodaks and Movie Cameras
CRESCENT PRINTING CO.
BERT R. HUNCILMAN
C. A. LAIB
MILLER DRUG STORE
LINCO SERVICE STATION
DUBIN'S QUALITY STORE
W. F. LAIB
VINCENNES MEAT MARKET
MODERN SHOE SHOP
WM. H. STALKER DRUG CO.
WRIGHT TRANSFER CO.
RIDDLE STUDIO f Photographer to the Annual
DE SOTO PLYMOUTH
TRINKLE MOTOR SALES
Always the Best in Used Cars
Phone 212 Market at 15th St.
PACKARD INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS
After Graduation - What?
THE LOUISVILLE COLLEGE
I tt t d 1870 Incorpor t d 1873
Off f y r professional course with Bachelor of Science in Ph y d g
P cr 1 d th r 1 r g d p d r r
O ly th e lly t pt d
Ag d t f f y Pharmacy course has yf ld p b cl Ph y
F Cl tal d p p ctus, address the dean
G. L. CURRY
104 W. Chestnut St.
Again . .
we have the pleasure of printing
THE SENIOR BLOTTER
4IOf4I4 W. Main St. Louisville, Ky
The Caps and Gowns used by the Senior Class
were furnished by
E. R. Moore Company
932 Dakin Street Chicago, Ill.
COSTUMES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
May ll-Wrangler banquet,
The Best is None too Good for You May ZZ-Speaker dinner. State track meet
Too bad, boys.
, May Zflf-Baccalaureate sermon.
Thats Why the May 25--"Seventeen" Lone senior class
G R A N D May Z6-German club dinner,
May 28-Graduation, XVe're glad in an
Leads in the best of pictures and the awfully worry way,
, May 29-Bel Canto teafdance.
utmost m Comfort May 31-junior reception on the Idlewild.
Moonlit waters, etc , etc.
Indiana Candy Co.
J O B B E R S
Candies 59' Tobaccos
420422 State St.
The Better Things
115 E. Market St.
New Albany, Ind.
FOR A REAL TREAT
'Try One of Om' Sweets
Shuck's Bakery and
Shelby at Korb
MRS. CARRIE BECK CREAM
BOSTON SHOE STORE
John Riely, Mgr.
BI R K G2'1'ifC7l.Ef""'ir iii
Clyde Smith, Reader.
SpeakerfWrangler Christmas Play.
Wrangler Play, "Feed Store Mystery."
Speaker Santa Claus Murphy.
Santa Claus Stomp,
Speech Class Play, Vxfhen the NVife's
Speaker delivering baskets.
Mildred and Major.
Getting flowers for Doc Rose.
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MARY FRANCES MURPHY DAVID HEDD1:N VJILAMAE LoscH
Ass't Literary Editor Student Photographer Ass't Business Manager
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Art Club ...........
Basket Ball .......
Bel Canto .....
Fighting Fifty ......
German Club ..,....... ..
Girls' Athletics .,.....
Girls' Athletic Club
,lesters Club ...........
Junior Classes ......
Minerva Club ...,...
P.fT. A. ...................... .
Scenes, School Life .
Scholarship N .........
Senior Classes .........
Senior Achievements .......
Senior Play .............
Sodalitas Latina .....
Sophomore Classes .
Track ............ ......
The Ebbing oi ihe Tide
We'll have to stop the Blotter . . . it's already big enough . . . the tide has receded
. . . leaving us the driftwood of happy memories . . . to you, the underclassmen . . . we
leave the debris of '37 . . . from which you must refcreate our illusions . . . to perpetuate
the flood of our mutual experience . . . while we go out with the tide , . . to the deeper
waters of our dreams . . .
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