New Albany High School - Senior Blotter Yearbook (New Albany, IN)

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W' 's ' ,. ,a:g1'f'g4.,.--v1f:, f , .-rf.f'1Y-:7"s - 'ln - 1 1 ' .1 1 v:,..,x.,- -153 .- 332-'I1'-Y fvff. '- , ,F , .. , . .5I131'g.'k f . a' -I 1 11: . HT: -f 5 P .. PH' im 1 SENIURBW PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEW ALBANY, INDIANA mm sfn Q0 o ,I ef ,Q Q3 ' fi? ssomlx AWARDS ISI Honor Rafing '33, '34, '35, N.S.P.A. ISI Honor RaIIng '35, C.S.P.A. 44 2 bn EDITORIAL BOARD Norberf Bir Margaref Cannon Jane Gufnrie Gladys HaIIer David Hedden Marilyn Kodncr Cl-lPgGS...Tl-IEN Ou? of lhe flood came reconslruclion . . . house by house . . . slreel by slreel . . . lhe Jrown rebuill . . . unlil, unlike Hs former sell, I+ became a dream . . . a loeaulilul place . . . now we reconsfrucl lhe laughs . . . The sorrows . . . Jrhe hurdled obslacles of our school days . . . unlil we reach our dream . . . gradualion . . . Gladys Haller cc 3 an DEDICATIGN To Mr. Daniel R. Elnall . . .one who lwas given so graciously ol l'1is lalenls and devolion . . .lo llwe Journalism Deparlmenl . .. and lowarcl llne building of a grealer N. A. l-l. S .... one who will in fulure years . . .l as in lhe year pasl . . . remain llwe unclerslanding ancl helpful advisor . . . lo wlnonn ...in memory of pleasanl conlacls . . . do we . . . llwe Class of I938 . . res eclfull oledicale our Year Book . . . P Y Margaret Cannon 44 4 xr N sk N X in ,QS 5 2 , Xxx Q EK N .Q fy 5, , it X .ik , S NNN, I 5 I-lere's +0 her Whose name we'll ever Cherish in our song . . . 11" 2953 ,offs- 1 '. f' Driffinq wilriw We QUVIUU Down an moon-H+ dream BEAUTIFUL Cl-HQ . .. Wayne Rutledge Administration BCDARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Oscar Bader, LL.B. and PRESIDENT LLM., Universify of Michi- gan, Ann Arbor . . . serving Third 'rerm on Board . . . oufsianding leader . . . in work of recons+ruc+ion . . . A++orney for +he Firsr Narional Bank . . . Louisville, Ky .... ZS MR. FRANK CLIPP SECRETARY The schools' welfare 49:5 MR. OSCAR BADER Mr. Clipp, prominenr in civic affairs as in business . . . recenriy made presidenr of The Murual Trusr and Deposir Co .... looking ever roward DR. P. H. SCHOEN TREASURER Dr. P. l-l. Schoen, mos? re- cenlly appoinled member . . . deeply inferesled in all phases of communily worlc . . . gradualed from Universily of Louisville Medical School . . . ' "Where +he Board Mee+s" cc 2: C. B. McLlNN Mr. McLinn . . . "Experience SUPERINTENDENT is Jrhe loesl Teacher" . . . lormer High School Principal ancl Mayor of New Albany . . . an excellenl Superinlenclenr of Schools . . . ccllw l C. C. KATTERJOH N PRINCIPAL Our ellicienl leader for more lhan len years . . . working always for Jrhe good of The school . . . 'rhe brains behind our reconslruclion . .. 44 wr Faculty Byrd' Mrs. Jessie McClure Beard Mr. Daniel Ehall' English English Miss Muriel Ryall Miss Helen Green English English Miss Helen Springer Mr. Howard Wyne Social Sciences French NO PICTURE J. Fred Shepherd Manual Training Miss Naomi Kirlx English Mr. Alan Huckleberry Public Speaking Miss Kaihryn Murray Home Economics f ,-,Ur 331 1 Mr. E. l. Daffern Miss Alinda Widman lnclusfrial Arls Caleieria Managemonl Mr. Alberl Gelbacli Prinlinq Miss Belle Genung Home Economics Miss Lena Board Physical Education Dean of Gills Mrs. lrma Prilz English and Froncli Miss Efelka Roclrenbach Lalin and German Mr. Alex Thom Physical Educaiion Mr. Edwin Kahl Malhemaiics Mr. Alberi Koehler Mafhemarics Miss Grace Harper Mr. D. D. Finley Commercial Chemisfry and Physics Miss Ruby Wells Miss Nelle Homriglwouse Mallwemaiics Ari Miss Rufh Ewing Miss Freda Lang Bible Secreiary ' -Lx. if an , cc I5 as Miss Leofa Rusk Social Sciences Mr. J. Hardin Thomas Social Sciences Miss Edna Wafson Social Sciences Mr. Lawrence Rose Mr. William Slallrer Chemisfry and Biology Biology Mr. Charles McConnell Llr. Kenneth CoFFin Social Sciences Commercial Mr. Befram Heclrel Miss Ada Groh Music Librarian Q4 9: wwf H11 P af-iii L 5 45: P , Ny-, .. ,.... l I gmlhli, 'NME K Kapil '- - x jfi'f"ii'is.:ig3r2--1 1 fr OFFICERS ,, " 1, ..,ii-Emhfe.. V. ierfiitlis-ily smilie? + Presidenl Vice Presidenl Q '-" ' ' -flmfkzj Marshal Harman, Lillian Donahue Lil ' "'A" in Secreiary-Treasurer Crilic George Kleiber Miss Kirk bm Ll fi-113' Melvin R. Bailey "Peck" General Clyde Bryant D Academic Sheldon M. Crone General Hazel DeVoss "Bulch" Commercial Jack Gablen General Marshal CliffonD Harman Academic Helen Louise Keilhley Commercial George L. Kleiber "Towhead" V Slella Maraman D General "Shanly" General Roberl Mclnlosh "Bob" Commercial M. Kenion Meyer "Kenny" Academic Rufh Moss "Mossie" General Stanley Gordon Vesl D "Swee+ie" Genera' Wayne Wafson D "VVdl'l'le" General Mildred Whilfinghill "Millie" General GRADUATED BUT NO PICTURES Commercial General Industrial Charles Adams Lillian Mariam Donahue Sfanley Brown Rulh Aylward Raymond E. Korle, Jr. Waller Medlocl: Carl Gresham Claire Marie Habermel cc rx 7 1 x s-.MSS iiir swim CLASS A A fi f X A .,, YQ x 9 ' X NN M V eff if , ,1 SEN X W v Busy' Q .... X 14 Q , 5 W X as .X Q Q ,M X x Q as X K b .65 Helen Sfallings Richard C. Reardon Helen Libs Academic "Dick" "Sis" General Commercial D Raymond P. Henry Ella Allee Algmeyer "Ray" Georgia Alberlson "Took" Commercial nsoolsn Commercial Commercial Odell Banel' Charles W. Bane? "pass" Edward Balmer Commercial Commercial "Bud" Academic IJ ll Presidenf Vice-Presidenr Secrefary Treasurer Rober'rMcCar1y O UMBC.. Academic James Anderson ..AndY.. General George Barker Commercial I7 Lorene Arnold D Clefus L. Andres Commercial llaudll Commercial 19 Charloffe Baxfero Herschel Barksdale "Shg,.leY" General Academic ND 1 D 9 u cc my Robeg Beck "Bob" Thcoclore James Bc Academic uTl"Y" General Fern Blasclel "Fern" Roberf Blyihe, Jr. General "Hiller" General William Buchheiffj "Bill" Juanifa W. Burlxs Commercial H-lin" Commercial D D ll .D ' Morris Besig Ai , 1 1 "Beg" Marilyn Bir Academic "Blr Bray' Norberf J. Bir U Academic "Noll-,l:,y" Roberl F. Black Commercial uslacliieu Doris Bogle ,A d r ca emuc "Dork," Melvin CIWBFISSQ General Brewer "Brew" Arfhur F. Brown General "Sa,-9" J. Hays Brown Commercial HSl'e9PleH James Novy Byrd 0 Academic "Jlrr,my" Margarel Cannon Music "Marg" Orlan Carpen+erlD Academic general Earl Sfanley Carroll General It ,W U 0 D ct lgin .---:X may f 5 '- WW v.rsrf,,.' -" f 5 - A-QL. , AVQX K--L. .A , KI X? - fe. ,,- - L E as 5 Marfha Margarei Elnora L. Conner Conner Charles Connerm "Sis" Hlvlaflu Marguerlle Mae "Charlie" Commercial Academic . Collmgs Edward Colm Academic Roberla Clark "Ed" Hpegqyu Alma Lucille "Bobby" Commercial Commercial Al D. Croxall Cummings Commercial Marlha CroweD "Sporl" "Alma Maier" Jane Crosier "Mari" Academic Commercial O Rulh Leah Craigo "Crosier" Commercial 5 Hunclley E. Coolman -'Rufhgen . Vharles DudleYD Acaclemrc A "Honey" Commercial Jane Draper ucnozal Academic Lois Donal'1ueD "Drape," Herberf Dlda+ "Sammy" Academic Ella Jane Denisono ..Herb.. Commercial Oscar Deichp General I lnduslrlal ..Dyke.. General D ,gu- U D D 44 20 ss SENICDIQS I. r. ., if Ziff? . '-Frm P . r,x ' f i , Zire Groom Juanifa Fisclmerfl "Dune" Ruih E. Duncan D General Hgufhiey Mona Alice Easf Commercial "Bones" Jane Elaerlwardl' Academic Uanle" Max B. English General "Bob" John Farnsley . "D lg " Margaret Beafrice Academic U e Feiocli Sl1irleDFine Commercial H H Y Marg Academic Eslher Flora Commercial Comnlewiai Virginia May Franlr "Jenny" Mary Elizabefh Commm-cial Sewell Lucille Giniher "Liz" nouckyi. Commercial Music A Elkins Naomi Elkins HBFGVI Music General Mary Elizabefh Fischer Mary K. Flock "Micky" ..FIoCk.. Commercial Commercial Mary Elizabeih Gordon LaVerne Graffl? "Libby" .,Bud.. General General I1 2 ni Mary Margaref Granfz ..Marg.. General Rebecca Hall "Becky Jayne" Academic D Lewis Haynes "Lewi" Academic Thomas Hale Frederick Haehm "Tom" M Jane Gufhrle --pred" Academic Evelyn Gunierman Academic General Sfanley Bernard '-Ev" G H1 ultedf General Mary Louise e Alfa May Hand Hasenslab Commercial Bepfy Hammersmifh MANY.. "Mary Lou" Mary Hammer General Commercial Academic Gladys Haller "Mir" "Happy" Academic George Melboulrne Academic "2 Ernesf R. Hedgesfl' Henry David edden .Ernie-. "John Henry" Z3 Elsie Jane Flgkler "DaVie-- General General Alice Carol Heckler "Hedda" Academic "Alu Academic E General 0 D 0 D K2 I-D 2 77 fi Anavelle Howard 4 ' Academic Marshall Jenlrins "Hook" General Thelma Koppgl "Thel" Commercial 0 XX i l , ' l ' , fi 1 . i Anifa Hubbuch --Short Sfufp' Earl Thomas Hun+ Home Economics "Emmy" Georgene E. Ingram General "Forge" Pauline Jacobi General "punk" Harold Jenlrins, Jr Vinceni' W. Kern D Commercial Academic "Vinh" Rulh Kirli Academic Academic Wynagene Kisner "Jean'- Cornelia Lucille Academic Kmghl Kafherine Kohler Clarence Eugeney ' General ..KaHe.. or..Bebe.- Kron Marvin Louis Kruer U H General Max "Skee+" Evelyn Lancasier Academic Academic "Bufche,." William Paul Landers Commercial "Bill" Clara Mae Lawrence Commercial General U U 4U 44 23 N X D J. Harry Lee, Jr. Academic Virginia McFarlan "Ginger" General D Charles Kenneih Mann llchasll Commercial J7 LaVon Livingslon Mariha Leidolf "Susy" "Peachie" Gene,-al General Paul McNally Rifa Mclnlosh "Mack" "Billie" Commercial General Alberfaqfiarquef Gladys T. Mann "3unkY" Music General Paul B. Loebig Induslrial D Janelle McRae "Sunshine" Commercial Johanna Meisenhelder "Hanna" Commercial 3 D Donald Gordon Joseph Michael McDowell McDaniel "Mac" "Joe" Commercial Academic Walier E. Manley Morris Reedb "B k" Madden uc nKidn General General L7 R. Wallace Miller Marlis Miller "Big Shop' HBabeH General General 0 .bf -.1 0 D x24w I. 6,1613 'l will ilalvl i S E N I Q Q S f Freda Monfgomery "Minnie" General Deforesf Mosier General Eusfasia Louise Oeffinger "S+asia" Commercial Isabelle L. Monfgomery .. .. Izzy General D James W. Mosier "Jimmy" General Jane Oeffinger "Jimmy" Music Charles Conner Moore "Deacon" Commercial D Lillian Naville ULN.. Commercial Waller Owen lfwahll lncluslrial , . 'Q' L John Hanly Morgan Commercial Frances Marion Moser Rufh Moser -' "Francoise" H3003- General Academic Wililam Navillep 0 "Bill" Arthur Newbanl:s,Jr. General "Bud" Ar+hur Raymondo Newion Indusrrial HRW.. Rurh Anne'He Paulsen Commercial "Rufhie" Margaref HarrieH D ,D Pa+e V. I h. Commercial l lo a P 'lllps M"9'e Hoddse' General General JB D cc my 1 A 'W 'mi Silo S E N I Q R S if ' a f ' ag Frank Powell "Bu'rch" General Mariha Richmer "Mari" Commercial D lmelda Roih "Rol'hie" Commercial Wayne Railedge ..Bm.. General Floyd G. Riddle "Ginlt" Commercial Doroihy Rouclc ..Do+.. Commercial Mary Elizabeih Resch "Elibby" Academic Gwendolynn Roberfs "Gwennie" General JD Marfha Rudy "Mike" Academic Bernice Juaniia Richard ..Bee.. Music BeHy Robinson " LiHle Audrey" Academic Jeanne Salyards "Squirrel" General Ri+a Richards "Flash" General D Marilyn Rodner Academic Ina May Sands ..May.. General Eugenia K. Richardson Academic BeHie Chrisfine Rogers Commercial Norman Schell Academic D D 53 1 cc ar SENIQIQS D Mildred Schoen Academic Lynn Smiih "Red" Academic 0 Vincenf Sfemle General D Kafherine Schwender Andrew George "Kale" Sermersheim Yve'He Francoise General HAndYu Sherman D Academic HBuiChH Mildred Anne Smiih Academic --MNH Norman G. Smifhn Commercial "Barney" Sylvia Smifh Academic USBSSYH Academic Jane Sfephens .D Hsfevie-' Caroline C. Sirassel Academic Academic Wilbur H. Taylor "Bill" or "Snag" Academic If 1 .. 5 M53 .G V, pc y ,441 IQAQX -1,3 7, 5' fp .A M M ii f- I xx ' W . Xldiiv-' i W! 1 ,cg ,ffl P ' nf Y 'iffi' xc 'Q f ., ,L ,- , ici me-A M 0 John Edward Slaiiery Margaref L. Slider "Kelly" .,PeggY,, Academic Commercial Thomas Marsh Spence Thomagfafford Tom lnclusfrial General Charles Arthur Thomas Geraldine Thompson "Chic" -.Jerryn General Commercial D n -v 442 7:9 0 he fe he e M WHEN we, --M an ff - f N ex e H f D Earl L. Umbach D Louis E. um-D --Gedd- Edna Turner '-Louie-' Academic Barry Frank Tunison "Toon" General D Lawrence Tuley "Farmer" Academic D Mary A. Tscheulin "Larry" General Marguerile Wallers Academic Academic ' George J. Wal+er "pe+e-- Charles Wall '-Tubby-' General Jane E. Very Hgricy- General JB Margueri eVeron General Commercial James S.VanDalsem " " Dorolhy Marie Marge D W I h Academic Commercial mb Nancy Weinmann UDB in Herberl Walla "Nance" 0 QD Ralph Wafson "Speedy" Commerciai Commercial Sarah Helen Warcl Commercial Academic Anna Wallman "Wee Wee" Commercial general D D U D M U cc28w f' isa I ' Q ' A UH' w or or W 1 x " a X 'S' 4 v L , I xg 3 1 Nm rw 1 r xfu A V N x Y 1 ,J X Noi Gracluaied I. Barry Tunison 2. Vinceni Sfemle I R MN C-es iii i W is A ' ' W . A .JN- Q2 Mildred Charleen Wells llMllZie Arlyn" Commercial James L. Winders "Jimmie" General Evelyn Wolperi' "Eve" Commercial Frank Zoeller "Fu11ie" Academic Sfanley A. Widman "Sian" Academic Cafherine Wolfe "Kale" General 0 Roberi Lee Ofis Wyaff "Bob While" General Miss Green Crific D Viola Williamson Academic Rufh Wolfe "Wolfe" Commercial James Thomas Zinninger "Jimmie" Academic Mr. Coffin Criiic 0 IN MEMGRIAM To Mildred Shine A member of 'the Senior Class ...Born January 3l. I92l. . . Died . . . December I6. I937. ss. if " ' S-Li ' ' Wi e ,, " 3 w e ii ' GEORGIA ALBERTSON-Speakers, 3, 4. RAYMOND P. ALTMEYER-Jr. Rille Club: Booslers, Rep. 4: Variely Show 4. JAMES ANDERSON--Booslers 2: Taxidermisls 3: Glee Club 3: Arl Edilor, Bloller 4: Operella 4: Public Speaking Play: Va- riely Show: Arl Slall, Senior Bloller. CLETUS ANDRES-Booslers 2, 3: Glee Club 4. LORENE ARNOLD, Danville, Ky.-Booslers, 3. EDWARD BAKER-Glee Club 2: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Journalism Play 4: Operella 2: Tercenlenary School Play. CHARLES W. BANET-Taxidermisl 3. GEORGE BARKER, Cannellon, Ind. HERSCHEL BARKSDALE-Jr. Rifle Club 4, Execulive Ollicer 4. CHARLOTTE BAXTER-Speakers 3: Lalin Club 3: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Bloller Slall 4: Variely Show 3: Oporcl'a 3: Lalin Pep Session 4: Speaker Pep Session 4. ROBERT BECK-Arl Club 3: Journalism 3, 4: N Club: Track 2. 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 2, 3, 4. THEODORE JAMES BELL-Journalism 3, 4. MORRIS BEST-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Booslers Rep. 2, 4. MARILYN BIR-Speakers 3, Treas. 8: Sec. 4: Bel Canlo 3. 4: Lalin Club 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Operella 4: Variely Show 4: Senior Class Play: Senior Annual Slall. NORBERT J. BIR-Arl Edilor ol The Bloller 4: Senior Bloller Arl Edilor. ROBERT F. BLACK-Booslers Rep. 2: Fighling Filly 3: Variely Show 4: Play, "Growing Pains" 4. FERN LOUISE BLASDEL-Chorus Reading in "Three Cornerecl Moon". ROBERT BLYTHE, JR., New Salisbury, lnd.-Booslers 3: Taxiclermisl 3: Glee Club 4: lnlermural Baskelball 4: Variely Show 4: Sludenl Forum 4: Journalism 4: Operella 4: Senior Class Play 4. DORIS BOGLE-Speakers 2: German Club 4: Lalin Club 4: Minerva 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Variely Show 4: Operella: Speaker Pep Session: Lalin Club Pep Session 4: Bloller Slall. MELVIN CHARLES BREWER-"N" Club: Secrelary Jr. Class: Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Session 4. ARTHUR F. BROWN-"N" Club: Baseball: Football: Baskelball 2, 3, 4, Co-Caplain 4. J. HAYS BROWN-Fighling Filly 3: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Foolball l, 2, 3: Baskelball I, 2, 3: Senior Baskelball 4: Variely Show 2, 4: Sporls Edilor 4: The Bloller 4: Class Play '38: Senior Annual Slall. WILLIAM BUCHHEIT-Booslers 2, 3, 4: N Club: lnlermural League Pres.: Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Variely Show 4: Pep Session 2. JUANITA W. BURKS+Booslers 2, 3, 4. JAMES NOVY BYRD, Long Beach, Calil.-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Arl Club 3: Glee Club 4: Orcheslra: Operella: Arl Slall Sr. Bloller. MARGARET CANNON-Journalism 3.4: Bel Canlo 2, 3, 4: Jeslers 3. 4: Speakers 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Bel Canlo Sec'y. 3, Presidenl 4: Jeslers Presidenl 4: Fealure Edilor 4: News Edilor 4: Operella 3: Public Speaking Play 4: Jeslers Play 4: Main Sl. Benelil 3: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Session 4: Psi lola Shorl Slory Conlesl 4: Senior Annual Edilorial Boarcl 4: Jr. Receplion 3, 4. ORLAN CARPENTER-Jr. Rifle Club Presidenl 4. EARL STANLEY CARROLL-Band 4: Orcheslra 4: Variely Show 4. ROBERTA CLARK-Booslers 4: Operella 3: Commercial Bookkeeping Conlesl 3: Typing and Shorlhand Conlesl 4. MARGUERITE MAE COLLINGS-Booslers 3, 4: Taxidermisl: Band 4. CHARLES CONNER-Booslers 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Pres, Glee Club: V.-Pres. Glee Club 4: Booslers, Rep. 3: Operella 4: Sr. Class Play 4. ELNORA L. CONNER-Booslers 2. MARTHA MARGARET CONNER-Bel Canlo V.-Pres. 2: Jeslers 3: Speakers 2: Booslers 2, 3: Crilic Speakers 4: Treas. Jeslers 4: Variely Show 2, 4: Operella 3, 4: Jeslers Pep Session 3: Speakers Pep Session 4: May Feslival. HUNDLEY E. COOLMAN-Booslers 2. 3, 4: French Club 4: Band Drum Major 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking play 4: Band 2, 3.4: Journalism 3: French Pep Session 4. JANE CROSIER-Speakers Sec'y. 3, V.-Pres. 4: Bel Canlo 3. 4: Jeslers 4: Lalin Club 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: V.-Pres. Bel Canlo 4: Sec'y. Fighlinq Filly 3: Operella 2, 4: Sr. Annual Slall. MARTHA CROWE-Minerva 4: Jeslers 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3: Minerva Club Pep Session 4: Sr. Annual Slall 4. AL D. CROXALL, JR.--Wranglers 2, Treas. 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Senior Annual Slall: Booslers Rep. 3: Tercenlenary Cele- bralion 2: Public Speaking Play 4: Variely Show 4: Sr. Class Play 4: Sr. Annual Slall. ALMA LUCILLE CUMMINGS-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Bel Canlo 2, 3, Treas. 4: Minerva 2, 3, Pres. 4: Fighling Filly 3, V.-Pres. 3: Minerva Pep Session: Operella 2: Variely Show. OSCAR DEICH-Glee Club 3: Booslers 2, 3: Operella 3: Tercenlenary Celebralion. ELLA JANE DENISON-Minerva 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Minerva Club Pep Session 4. LOIS DONAHUE-Booslers 4: Commercial Conlesl 4. JANE DRAPER-Speakers 3, 4: French Club 4: Lalin Club 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Lalin Club Consul 4: Pep Session 4: Sr. Annual Mounling Slall: Treas. Sr. Annual Slall. ELTON L. DUNCAN-Junior Rifle Club 4: Boosler Represenlalive 4, RUTH E. DUNCAN-Taxidermisl 2, 3: Jeslers 4: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: Public Speaking 4: Variely Show 4: Commercial Conlesl 4: Sr. Class Play: Candidale lor D. A. R. Medal. cc3Ow Usa ,QRMKQR . I' M E i ' Tr' I 7 fm S735 Wf lg . y I ,-1: V P L 1 Mmfkewi v xv 9' . . ge N ,NX S A A " Q s ,IW I , S- Sludenl Forum 4: Treas. Speakers 4: Winner Dislricl Lalin Conlesl 4: Slale Lalin Conlesl 4: Slale Music Conlesl 3, 4. JANE EBERHARDT-Journalism 4: Assn. Circulalion Manager: Bloller Pep Session 4. JUANITA FISCHER ELKINS-Arl Club 2, 3: Taxidermisl 3, V.-Pres. 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Arl Slall Sr. Bloller. NAOMI ELKINS-Bel Canlo 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4: Operella 4. MAX B. ENGLISH--Booslers 2, 3, 4: Wranglers 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3: Senior Annual Slall: Booslers Rep. 2: Tercenlenary Cele- bralion 2: Public Speaking Play 4: Variely Show 4: Sludenl Council 2: Boys' Slale 4: Kiwanis Medalisl. MARGARET BEATRICE FEIOCK-Jeslers 2, Sec'y. 3 Pres. 4: Bel Canlo 3, 4: Speakers 4: B'ooslers 2, 3, 4: Operella 3, 4: Tercenlena-'y Celebralion 2: Jeslers Play 3: Jeslers Pep Session 3: Journaliism Pep Session 4: Variely Show 4. SHIRLEY FINE-Speakers 3, 4: Jeslers 3, 4: Jourralism 4: French Club 4: Booslers Rep. 3: Public Speaking Play 4: Journal- ism Pep Session 4: French Pep Session 4: Debaling-Seclional, Regional and Slale Finals 3: Medal for Seclional: Senior Class Play 4: French Follies 4: Variely Show: Associale Edilor-in-Chiel Bloller 4. MARY E. FISCHER-Booslers 2, 4: Boosler Rep. 2: Commercial Conlesl 3, 4: Candidale lor D. A. R. Medal. MARY FLOCK-Jeslers 2, 3, 4: Minerva 3, Sludenl Crilic, V.-Pres. 4: Booslers 2, 4: Senior Annual Slall 4: Minerva Pep Session 4: Jeslers Pep Session 2, 3. ESTHER FLORA-Booslers 2. 4. MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT-Bel Canlo 3, 4: Booslers 4: Commercial Conlesls 4: Operella 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Sludenl Talent Assem v 4. LUCILLE GINTHER-Bel Canlo 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Band 4: Orcheslra 3, 4: Operella 4. MARY ELIZABETH GORDON-Booslers 2: Operella 2: Variely Show 4: Pep Session 2: Public Speaking Play. LA VERNE GRAFF-Jr. Rille Club, Treas. 4: Booslers. STANLEY BERNARD GUETHE-Journalism 4: Senior Annual Slall 4. EVELYN GUNTERMAN-Booslers 2: Journalism Class 4: Senior Annual Slall 4: Journalism Pep Session. MARY MARGARET GRANTZ-Booslers 2: Band 2, 3, 4. JANE GUTHRIE-Speakers 2. 3, 4, V.-Pres. 3, 4: Bel Canlo 2, 3, Pres. 4: Deulscher Verein 3, 4, Treas. 4: Sodalilas Lalina 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3: Speaker-Wrangler Chrislmas Play: Journalism Pep Session 4: Sr. Annual Edilorial Board: Speaker Pep Session: Main Slreel Benelil Vaudeville: Tercenlenary: 3d Place Psi lola Xi Shorl Slory Conlesl: Candidale lor D. A. R. Medal: Kiwanis Medalist. FREDERICK HAEHL-Boosler Rep. 4. THOMAS HALE-Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: Wranglers 3, 4: Sodalilas Lalina 2, Treas. 4: Tricenlennial 2: Chrislmas Play 3, 4: Wrangler Play Direclor 4. REBECCA N. HALL-Sodalilas Lalina 4. GLADYS HALLER-Speakers 3, 4: Jeslers 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Booslers 2, 3. 4: Sodalilas Lalina 3, 4, Sec'y. 4: Public Speak- ing Play 4: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Sessions 4: Journalism Subscriplion Drive Program 4: Journalism News Edilor 4: Edilor-in-Chiel 4: Senior Annual Edilorial Board: Isl Sludenl Talenl Show 4: Candidale lor D. A. R. Medal. MARY HAMMER-Sodalilas Lalina 3, Consul 4: Jeslers 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Journalism 4: Circulalion Manager ol Bloller: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Session 4: Slall Senior Annual: Journalism Subscriplion Drive Program 4. BETTY HAMMERSMITH--Laparl, Ind.: Booslers 3, 4. ALTA MAY HAND-Boosler Rep. 3: Minerva 4: Variely Show 4. MARY LOUISE HASENSTAB-Speakers 3, 4: Bel Canlo 3, Sec'y. 4: Journalism 4: Jeslers 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Ass'l. Humor Edilor 4: Operella 4: Speaker Chrislmas Play 4: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Session 4. LEWIS HAYNES-Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 4: Speech Play 4: Operella 2, 4. ALICE CAROL HECKLER-Bel Canlo 3: Booslers: Fealure Edilor Bloller 4: Journalism Pep Session 3, 4: Variely Show: Operella: Spring Feslival: Gradualion Announcemenl Commillee: Sr. Annual Slall. ELSIE JANE HECKLER-Bel Canlo 3: Booslers Rep., Allernale: Variely Show: Operella: Spring Feslival: Slall' Sr. Annual. DAVID HEDDEN-Wranglers 2, 3, Sec'y., Pres. 4: Glee Club V.-Pres. 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Operella: Debaling 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club Pep Session: Tercenlenary Program: Variely Show: Sr. Annual Pholographer 3, 4: Kiwanis Medalisl. ERNEST R. HEDGES-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Journalism: Senior Annual Slall. GEORGE MELBOURNE HENRY-Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Operella 4: Arl Slall Senior Bloller. ANAVELLE HOWARD-Bel Canlo 3, 4: Speakers 3, 4: Minerva 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Minerva Pep Session 4: Speakers Chrislmas Play: Operella 2, 4: Main Sl. Benelil Show: Arl Slall Senior Bloller. ANITA HUBBUCH-Minerva 2, 3, Sec'y. 4: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: Fighling Filly 3: Variely Show 2: Public Speaking Play 4: Senior Class Play. EARL THOMAS HUNT-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Variely Show 4: Band: Slring Music "Lillle Hoosier Holsholsf' GEORGENE E. INGRAM-Booslers 3, 4: Orcheslra 3: Accordion Soloisl Assembly 4: Operella 4. PAULINE JACOBI-Operella 2. 1 HAROLD JENKINS, JR.-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Jr. Rille Club: Foafball 4: Orcheslra 4. MARSHALL JENKINS-Booslers: Baskelball. VINCENT W. KERN-Booslers 2, 4: Business Slall Senior Annual. RUTH KIRK-Speakers 2. 3. Pres. 4: Journalism Class 4: Sodalilas Lalina 4: Clubs' Edilor Bloller Slall: D. A, R. Medalisl: Speaker Pep Session: Speaker Chrislmas Play: Journalism: German Club 3, 4: Scholarship N 3, 4: Sr. Annual Slall. WYNAGENE KISNER-Bel Canlo 2, 3, Sec'y. 4: Jeslers 4: French Club 4: Public Speaking Play 4: Senior Bloller Slall. :c3In f . MONA ALICE EAST-Speakers 2, 3, 4: Bel Canlo 2, 3, 4: Booslers 4: Lalin Club 3: Scholarship 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 2, 3, 4' S ' H XA ., 'Iyv P 3 S. , e A lvl Q N G ,ii ' I CORNELIA LUCILLE KNIGHT-Booslers 2, 3, 4. KATHERINE BIBIANA KOHLER-Boosrers 2. 3. THELMA KOPP-Booslers 2, 3, 4. CLARENCE EUGENE KRON-Booslers 3. 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Baskelball 3, 4. EVELYN LANCASTER-Minerva Club 2, Treas. 3, V.-Pres. 4: Fighling Fiily 3: Minerva Club Pep Session 4: Variefy Show 4. WILLIAM PAUL LANDERS-Booslers 2: Orcheslra: Band. CLARA MAE LAWRENCE-Booslers 2, 3. HARRY LEE, JR.-Boosfers 2, 3, 4: Variely Show 4. HELEN LIBS-Booslers 4: Commercial Conlesl Bookkeeping 3: Typing and Shorlhand 4: Candidafe for D, A, R, Medal, LA VON LIVINGSTON-Speakers 3, 4: Booslers Rep.: Bloller Slalzi 3, 4: Club Edilor and Exchange Edilor of Bloller: Operelia 3: Vaudeville 3: Variely Show 4: Journalism Pep Sessions: Scholarship N: Senior Class Play 4: Candidale for D. A. R. Meclal. PAUL B. LOEBIG-Booslers 2, 3. ROBERT MCCARTY-Fresh., Maclison, Ind.: Soph.. Seymour: Jr. B, Jeil: Jr. A. Senior N. A. Baskeiball: Foolball: N Club 4, JOSEPH M. MCDANIEL-Booslers 4: Senior Class Play 4. DONALD GORDON McDOWELL-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Band: Variely Show 4. VIRGINIA McFARLAN-Arr Club 2, 3: Minerva 4: Ari Sfail Senior Annual. RITA MCINTOSH-Girls' Alhlelic Club 2, 3, V.-Pres. 4: Varieiy Show 4. PAUL MCNALLY-Booslers 2. 3. 4. JANETTE McRAE-Speakers 3. 4: Booslers 2. 3, 4, Rep. 2, 3: Fighling Fifly 3, 4: Variely Show 4. MORRIS MADDEN-Arl Slalil Senior Annual. WALTER E. MANLEY-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Taxiclermisl: Sr. Annual Sfahf: Opereila 4. CHARLES MANN-Booslers 2. 3: Public Speaking 4. GLADYS MANN-Jesiers 3, 4: Booslers 3: Orchesrra 2, 3, 4: Band 4: Scholarship JOHANNA MEISENHELDER-Booslers 4. MARLIS MILLER-Girls' Alhlelic Club 2, 3. Pres. 4: Variely ShOw 4: Girls' Baseball Tournamenl. FREDA MONTGOMERY-Booslers 2, 4, Allernale Rep. 4: Public Speaking Play 4, ISABELLE L. MONTGOMERY-Minerva 4: Booslers 2, 3. 4: Senior Annual S+aff 4: Minerva Pep Session 4. CHARLES CONNER MOORE-Booslers 3, 4, Rep. 2: Bookkeeping Conlesr 3. JOHN HANLY MORGAN-Booslers 2: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Variely Show 4: Operelra 4: Senior Class Play: May Feslival 4, FRANCES MARION MOSER-Band 4: Operella 4. RUTH MOSER-Booslers 2, Rep. 3: Journalism Class 4: Blofler Slalil' 4: Bloller Slafl' Assislanf Fealure Edilor: Public Speak- ing Play 4: Journalism Pep Session. JAMES MOSIER-Booslers 3: Journalism 4. LILLIAN NAVILLE-Booslers, Rep. 3: Commercial Conlesl' Bookkeeping 3. WILLIAM NAVILLE-Jr. Rifle Club 4: Ari Slaii Senior Bloller. ARTHUR NEWBANKS, JR.-Booslers 2, 3. 4: Jr. Rifle Club: Orcheslra 4. ARTHUR RAYMOND NEWTON-Hoosiers 3, 4. EUSTASIA LOUISE OEFFINGER-Booslers 2. 3, 4: Fighling Fifly 3: Band 2, 3: Varieiy Show 4. WALTER OWEN-Booslers, Alrernale Rep. 4. RUTH ANNETTE PAULSEN-Girls' Alhlelic Club 4. MARGARET HARRIETT PATE-Public Speaking Play 47 Variely Show 4. VIOLA PHILLIPS-Girls' Alhlelic Club 2: Minerva 3. 4: Boosiers 2: Variely Show 3: Operelfa 3: Minerva Pep Session 4. FRANK POWELL-Booslers 3, 4: Journalism 4: Sr. Annual Slafi 4. WAYNE RATLEDGE-Boosiers 2, 3, 4: Nal'l. Rifle Club 4: Journalism Class 4: Conservalion 4: Arr Slaff Sr. Bloller, V.-Pres. Sr. Class. RICHARD REARDON-Boosrers 2, 3, 4, Rep. 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: N Club: Numerals 2: Lelfers 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH RESCH-Boosiers 2, 3: Operelia 4. BERNICE JUANITA RICHARD-Booslers: Operella 4. RITA RICHARDS-Bel Canlo 2, 3, 4: Minerva 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Journalism 4: Blolier Slalif 4: Fighling Filly 3: Journalism Pep Session 4. EUGENI-FA K. RICHARDSON-Speakers 4: French Club 4: Soclalilas Larina 3.4: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: Scoufs 4: Senior Annual Sfa . MARTHA RICHMER-Boosiers 4. . FLOYD G. RIDDLE-Fiqhling Fiily 4: Booslers 4. GWENDOLYNN ROBERTS-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Ari Slaii Sr. Bloller. BETTY ROBINSON-fMinerva Club 4: Fighling Filly 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: Beneiil Show 2: Sr. Annual Slaff, MARILYN RODNER-'Speakers 3. 4: Minerva 3, 4: Bel Canlo 3, 4: Booslers 2. 3. 4: Speaker Pep Session: Minerva Pep Session: Operella 2, 4: Main Sl. Beneiil Show 4: Arl Slafl Sr. Bloller. BETTIE CHRISTINE ROGERS-Boosiers: Variely Show 4. IMELDA ROTH-Booslers 2. 3, 4: Boosler Rep. 2. DOROTHY ROUCK-Booslers 4: Commercial Conlesl 4. ac32x7 1. I ,, V fs .img s E N i o R s M77 .2 g ru 1 2 V . fl1 f " 3 .- r "Mb 3 MARTHA RUDY-Girls' Alhlefic Club Sec'y. 4: Taxidermisl 3: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 4: V.-Pres. Junior Class: Commiffee Jr. Recepfion 3: Bookkeeping Conlesl 4. JEANNE SALYARDS-Speakers 3, 4: Boosfers 2, 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4: Variefy Show 4: Class Play 4. INA MAY SANDS-Bel Canlo 3: Boosfers 2, 3: Operella 4: Variely Show 4: Journalism Play 4. NORMAN SCHELL-Wranglers 4: Debaling 4. MILDRED SCHOEN--Boosfers 2, 3, 4: Scholarship N: Candidale for D. A. R. Medal 4. KATHERINE SCHWENDER-Minerva 2, 3, 4: Girls' Afhlelic Club 3, V.-Pres. 4: Minerva Pep Session 4. ANDREW GEORGE SERMERSHEIM-Glee Club 4: Booslers 3, Rep.: Debaling 4: Class Play 4: Variely Show 4: Sludenl Forum 4: Journalism Play. YVETTE FRANCOISE SHERMAN-Jesfers Guild 2: Bel Canlo 2: Speakers 3: Booslers 2: Journalism 4: Operella 4: Journal- ism Pep Session 4: Variely Show 4: Public Speaking Play 4: French Club Pep Session 4. JOHN EDWARD SLATTERY-Booslers 4: Wranglers 3, 4: Sodalilas Lalina 3, 4: German Club 3, V.-Pres. 4: Boosler Represen- lafive 4: Sludenl' Council 3. MARGARET SLIDER-Booslers Rep. 4. LYNN SMITH-Soladilas Lalina 3: Wranglers 3. MILDRED ANNE SMITH-Jeslers 3, 4: Speakers 3, 4, Treas. 4: Bookkeeping Conlesl 3. NORMAN G. SMITH-Boys' Glee Club 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Operella: Senior Annual Sfafl: Lalin Club Pep Session SYLVIA SMITH-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Girls' Aihleric Club 4: Journalism 4: Copy Editor of The Bloller. THOMAS STAFFORD-Jr. Rifle Club 4: Booslers 3. HELEN STALLINGS-Shorlridge High School, Indianapolis, lo Sept, I937: Speakers Pres. 4: Jeslers 4: Girl Scouls 4: Booslers 4: Journalism, Assislanl News Edifor 4: Journalism Bloller Assembly: Speakers' Chrisfmas Play: Debaling 4' Pres. Sr. Class: Senior Class Play 4. VINCENT STEMLE--Band 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra 3. JANE STEPHENS-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Speakers 2, 3, 4: Jeslers 3, 4: Bel Canlo 3, 4: Fighling Filly 3: Jourralism 4: Edifomn. Chief, Business Manager of Blofler 4: Sluden'r Advisor Fighfing Fifty: Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4: Journalism Pep Session 4: Variely Show 4: Speaker Pep Session 3: "Growing Pains" Asst Direclor 4. CAROLINE C. STRASSEL-Bel Canlo 4: German Club 3, 4: Operella 4. WILBUR H. TAYLOR-Jr. Rifle Club 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking 4: Senior Annual Staff: Foolball 3, 4: Baskelball 3, 4: Grade School Coach. CHARLES ARTHUR THOMAS-German Club 3, 4: Booslers 2, Rep. 3, 4: Fighling Filly: Foolball 3. GERALDINE THOMPSON-Bel Canfo 3, 4: Booslers 2, Rep. 3, 4: Operclla 4: Variely Show 2, 4: May Fesfival, MARY A. TSCHEULIN-l-loylelon, lllinois: Cannelfon, Indiana: Band 4: Senior Class Play 4. LAWRENCE TULEY--French Club 4: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Boosfers 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Orchesira 4: Operella 2, 4. BARRY FRANK TUNISON-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Fighfing Fiffy 4: Foorball 2, 3: Baskelball 2, 3: Public Spcalc- ing Play 4: Operella 2: Senior Class Play 4, EDNA TURNER-Booslers Rep.: French Club 4: Bloller Slahf Humor Edilor, Business Slatl 4: Operelra 2: Vaudeville 2: Journalism Pep Sessions: Debaling 2. LOUIS ULSH-Boos+ers 2, 3. EARL L. UMBACH-Booslers 2, 3, 4: Senior Annual Slafl 4: Boys' Glee Club 4. JAMES S. VAN DALSEM-Boosrers Rep. 2, 3, 4: Wranglers Treas. 3, V.-Pres. 4: Glee Club 4: German Club Pres. 4: Wrang- ler Play 3: Senior Class Play 4: Vaudeville 2: Debaling 3. MARGUERITE VERON--Booslers 2. CHARLES WALL-'Bookkeeping Conlesl 3: Booslers 4. GEORGE J. WALTER--Booslers 2, 3, 4, V.'Pres. 4: Public Speaking Play 4: Variely Show 4: Senior Clans Play 4. MARGUERITE WALTERS-Versailles High School: Girls' Alhlelic Club 4: Girls' Baseball Tournament ANNA WALTMAN-Booster Rep. 4. SARAH HELEN WARD-Booslers 4. RALPH WATSON-Boos+ers 3. HERBERT WATTAM-German Club 4: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 2: Baslcelball 3, 4. NANCY WEINMANN-Minerva Club: Booslers 2, 3, Rep. 2. DOROTHY MARIE WELCH-Minerva Club 3, 4: Fighling Filly 4: Variely Show 4: Minerva Pep Session 3: Booslers 4. MILDRED CHARLEEN WELLS-Paoli, Indiana: Lafin Club 2, 3: Boosler Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Sr. Annual Mounling Sfaft STANLEY A. WIDMAN-Booslers 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2: Fighling Fifly: Sr. Annual Slalt JAMES L. WINDERS-Booslers 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE WOLFE-Boosters 2, 3, 4: Variely Show 2. RUTH WOLFE--Booslers 2, 4: Assislanl Typist Sr. Annual Slalrt EVELYN WOLPERT-Elizabelh High School Freshman and Soph: Laconia High School Jr.: Bookkeeper Sr. Annual Sfaft JAMES THOMAS ZINNINGER-Boosfers 2, 3, 4: Taxidermisl 32 Sr. Annual Slaff 4. FRANK U. ZOELLER-Lalin Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: Booslers 2, 3, 4: Scholarship N 2, 3, 4: Presidcnl' Jr. Class 3: Baskelball 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Lellers 4: Kiwanis Medalist 44 xx SEIXIIQIQS BETWEEN CLASSES The Pose fha? Refreshes Marg and Sfevie Three Commercial Comrades Ou+ fo Lunch A dark eyed French lassie You can't forget, For 'vim and vigor "C'est petite Yvettef' cc n .nf--' ' 1'1'g1'1'f11'rl 1H:'1"'u1'lr111 A V , " V E gf" .ff M 4-1 my wif' -in gw nf- E YM Cf a 5-.M M .J ,J EM Q5 ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW l.f -e, 1 ,llll gl: fa 4 Xlfcz.-I V 3 W' . A S S I S T A N T S A S it T We NA T l T r. B l l Jr. A Jr, I-Nettie Wolfe, Joyce L. Kleiber, Virginia Brooks, Valeria Kitterm an, Martha Marlow, Marion Wrege Ruth West 2-Joyce Stevens, Bettye Pierson, Doro.hea Moore, Thelma Redman Margaret Reagon Jane Birk Louise Lukemeier M th L ' h S . . , , ar a eng ands. 3-Gordon Wolfe, Dewey Snyder, Norma Johantgen, Lee Ona Henson, Doris Smith, Jane Wolf, Lawrence Mock, Creed Byrd. 4-Robert Rue, Robert Moser, Laverne Marsh, George Alrich, Robert Leist, Harry Der Ohanian, Herschel Russell. I-Maryln Genung, Harriet Duke, Betty McCune, Wanda Moore, Patty Rouck, Mary Hornung, Jane Smith. 2-Jane Hermann, Betty Jean Prosser, Lucille Peterson, Mary L. Fouqerousse, Ruth Wilson, Helen Kingsley, Mary Louise Haas, Frances Farnsley. 3-Clair Loughmiller, Orville Stone, Marvin Stewart, Edgar Akers, Mary Louise Schultz, Robert Keithley, Eugene Rhodes, Jimmy Hammond. 4-Jack Kiewit, Charles Bensing, Robert Landis, Robert Roby, Don Stocker, George Smith. I-Betty Parsons, Genetta Wyman, Bette Thornton, Ruth Alles, Jena 2-Almedia Kiel, Garnet Wheeler, Helen Knight, Ruth Cureton, Fl 3- 4- Viiginia Walter, Lillian Calhoun, Patty Raverty, Rose Evelyn Hal Richard McCulloch, Francis Ricke, Harvey Hollis, Robert Baker. 443 Scales, Helen Almon, Dorothy Sceiters. oretta Snyder, Mildred Owens, June Brown, Esther Brewster. ler, Rita Losson, Helen Kost, Delores Reynolds, Mildred Lechleiter. 5a xx Slim - 0 fs- f J sax Jlfxgll F '91 ii ' L ffl' .X S- Q V 'I .wg Y , Y! .. ,Q " U 7 R A N D Q LJ R '- ' Um if his if 'l 'W' I sv ,4 3 1 , S-l Q ...W H Jr. A , l l l ROW I-Mary Louise Oerfinger, Rose Bailey, Marcia Creek, Rosemary Each, Belly Belviy, Honora Hand, Mary Cafherine Crirn. ROW 2-Sam Osoffsky, Bill Burlh, Annie Elizabelh Guehel, Mary Jean Copper, Virginia Bifner, Evelyn Johnson, lryin McCuichan, Gwynne O'Falion. ROW 3-Jack Eicholz, William Calhoon, Richard Rogers, Roberf Anderson, Charles Ruler, Murray Farnsley, Edwin Scharf, Paul Graf. ROW I-Phyllis Ropa, Betty Magness, Peggy Knox, Virginia Jasper, Betty Bense, Nancy Ann Jackson, Helen Mann. ROW Z-Marfha Schuley, Jacqueline Bir, Vanifa Brashear, Jean Finnegan, orbal Garreff, Ann Reed Conner, Winifred Geddes, Dorothy Shaw. ROW 3-Melvin Hubbard, Leonard Hoflel, Don Howison, Jimmy Conner, Jimmy Polls, Cheslcr Pill, James Graf, Waller Polls, ROW 4-William Lee, Roberl Zabel, James Mann, Warren R. Widrnan. ROW I-Jeanefla Lang, Ida Vlfhiffinghill, Helen Wyzard, Mary Hollis, Evelyn Wolfe, Rita Fein, Margie Belviy. ROW 2-Alma Libs, Dorothy Pale, Marlha Brown, Margarel Coquerille, Jane A. Markerf, Mary Jane Ashcrafl, Belle Reardon. ROW 3-Elizabeih Kron, Elizabefh Jacques, Irma Kelley, Eleanor Clapp, Anila Lance, Wanda Webb, Margaref Shirley. ROW 4-Ollc Andres, Clyde Arnold, Roberl Brown, Kenneth Crawford. ll xx ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW 3 ,- , r?i WRRRRRR B A P P I2 E N T I C E S e l f , , EB like 6 ' i Soph. A Soph.fh Soph. B -Ethel Barnes Katherine Frey, Mildred Snider, Marine Finn, Clarice McAfee, Mariorie Crumbo, Stella Straub. 2-Dorothy Werncke, Mary K. Belch, Evelyn Conner, Dorothy Castle, Jean Baker, Jane McDonald, Rhea McCall, Patricia -Clarice Blanton, Norma Royse, Martha Brazil, Dorothy Byrn, Rita Rudy, Helen Hancock, Geraldine Wiggs. Newhouse. -Cecilia Ferree, Mary Lee Seacat, Ann Milligan, Mary Scharrer, Margaret Wolfe, Anna Carr, Lillian Davis. 2-Robert Oakes, John Breen, Agnes Welch, Bonnie Ratlift, Mary Lee Keith, Julia Raaba, Jack Sattler, Victor Soergel. 3 -Robert Lamm, Robert Powell, Bill Receveur, Vincent Knaebel, Richard Thomas, Franklin Whiteman, Leon Bradley. 4-Ralph Ellenbrand, Robert Weber, Robert Miller, Robert L. Reas, Frank Tinius. I-Marylee Wolf, Mariorie Erganbright, Marilyn J. Courtney, lmogene Davis, Norman Jean Crowe, Jeanne Wright, Dorothy Kron. 2 -Joanne Embrey, Kathryn Gray, Juanita Haynes, Vivian Smith, Dorothy Craig, Esther Targgart, Margaret Chaney. 3- 4 Raymond Forste, Carl Sauer, Katherine Best, Edith Umbach, Patricia Davis, Dorothy Wayne Murphy, Don Hoover. -Robert Owens, Bud Blake, Harvey Scribner, William Sanford. 44 77 CANDID CAMERA CLICKS Reconsfrucfing in Hwe laborafory of Mr. Finley. Mr. Finley's demonsirafion of a problem. Safe+y counsel. Off guard af noon Number, please? Door dufy. Happy worker. -cc za rganizations if E1 4 MNWHQR " Ml 1 x H N Qfifsw F , v'y2f"Xs SCHQLARSHIP N 5,7 44 C X xwx : H' if eeMmER Lugging rhose books home afler school . . . sleepless nighrs over sw ninely-fours on lesls . . . Thai' haunling dread of slipping during lhe lasl six weeks . . . Ballling againsl' spring fever . . . Receiving 'rhe "N" in assembly A cc ax Row I Roloerl Anderson Mary Kalherine Balch Jane Birk Row 2 Roberl Blylhe Evelyn Conner Glenn Dean Mona Alice Easl Row 3 Mary E. Fischer Bernard Grube Jane Gufhrie Rebecca Hall Row 4 Lewis Haynes Rufh Kirk Jean Kisner Gladys Mann Row 5 Marlha Marlowe Lynn Smifh Helen Sfallings Marion Wrege Row 6 VicrorZink Frank Zoeller Roberl Zoeller . ,,,,.: 4, 1 asa JOURNALISM A farewell leller from Mrs. Phillips lnee Hunfsingerl . . . Welcoming speech by Mr. Ehal? . . . Anxious days for sfafi announcernenfs . . . Pins, scissors pasle . . . making lhe firsl dummy . . . Mr. Ehalf's liking fo cuf-off arlicles .. The Franklin Convenlion . . . Miss Groh coming along . . .Three happy days . . .Gladys l-laller Telling all aboul if . . . Leif nolhing for Marg Cannon and Shirley Fine . . .Jane Sfephens and Mr. Ehal1's puns . . . Jane Gulhrie rolling in The aisles when wrifing her own column . . . Days of wrangling . . . Over a six page Thanksgiving issue . . . A newspaper pep session . . . Nearly ruining lhe lelephones . . . Melvin Brewer and Bob Beck "wowing" fhe audience . . Jack Benny uses fhree of our iokes on his nexl Sunday's program . . . Decided noi fo sue . . . Slevie loses lhe news . . . finds if . . . affer "Happy" rewrolc if . . . Ending 'rhe Term . . . The "Hurricane" al Loew's . .. ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW 2... Jane Sfephens ., Gladys Haller .. Margarel Cannon Roberf Beck ,.., Jane Gulhrie Mr. Ehall .., i -James Anderson, Rolaerl Beck, James Bell, Melvin Baewer, Margarel Cannon, Juanila Elkins. William Gray, Slanley Guelhe, Gladys Haller, Mary Hammer, Alice Heckler. Jean Kisner, LaVon Livingslon, Charles Merlz, James Mosier, Yvelie Sherman. -Sylvia Smilh, Edna Turner, Frank Warlh, Ralph Walson, Roberl Wyall. -Melvin Bailey, Jane Gulhrie, Rulh Kirk, George Kleiber, Jane Slephens, Wayne Walson. cc 40x . .... News Fealure . .,., Sporis Humor Eclilor Edifor Edifor Edilor Edilor Crilic JOURNALISM ll Second l:rm . . . Hoclic days of firsl issue . . . Wriiing subscripiion drive slcil . . . Bellhops Brewer and Beclc . . . Fighiing over luggage . . . Human chalieibox Shirley Fine . . . Happy's speech . . . inlerrupled by enlrance of Tweedlums . . . Sherman's pup . . . Wild momenls of chase . . . Slcelching ifems abou? each olher . . . and yourself . , . Staging sfudenl lalenl shows . . . surprised ai lheir finds . . . Excused from sfudy . . . lo malre ihe dummy . . . Giving debafers fheir firsl pep session . . . Gladys Haller , ........ Edilor Margarel Cannon . .News Edilor Alice Heckler Fealure Ediior Roberl Beck .... Sporis Edilor Edna Turner .... .Humor Ediior Fooling around wilh April Fool issue . . . Silly poems . . . crazy headlines . . . mixed arlicles . . . Redeeming ihemselves . . . wilh Easier issue . . . blue prinl on silver . . . Dance Mixer . . . ailer school on Friday . . . Las? one . . . big success . . . Bower and Bc-cl: swinging . . . as sensalional dance learn . . . dedicafing issue 'ro Assisfanls Shirley Fine Helen Sfallings . ,. . . Rulh Moser Seniors . . . Au revoir' . . Richard Reardon Mary Louise Hasenslab f ROW ROW ROW ROW ROW Edward Balcer, Roberf Blyihe, Jane Eberhardl, Shirley Fine, Mary Gordon, Evelyn Gunierman. Fred Haehl, Belly Hammersmiih, Mary Louise Hasensiab, Lewis Haynes, Ernesl Hedges, Earl Hun? Morris Madden, Roberl McCariy, Rulh Moser, William Naville, Franlc Powell, Wayne Rafledge. Richard Reardon, Rila Richards, Ina May Sands, Andy Sermersheim, George Smilh, Helen Slallings. Caroline Slrassel, Charles Thomas, Sarah Ward, Herberl Wailam, Frank Zoeller, Mr. Ehall. Criiic. 444In X J iiiii me ee i',.iiil..,I, li ' sl R 5 ee ..: OFFICERS Louis Haynes ,............... Presidenl Charles Conner . ..., Vice-Presidenf George Henry .... ..... S ecreiary George Smil Mr. l-leclcel h ... ..... Treasurer . , , .... Direclor BGVS ,ul FF el JB Planning re-organizalion . . .deciding who could sing . . . Awailing iirsl songs . . . hilling high C . . . Tingling wilh exciiemenl when making debul . . . in audilorium . . . enioying success . . . Launching inlo speciallies . . . for variely show . . . praclicing early . . . rehearsing lale . . . Arranging numbers . . . for Good Friday services . . . Anlicipaling opereila . . . lilcing songs . . . deep basses . . . high lenors . . . asiounding audience . . . relief when all over . . . Traveling To Madison . . . parlicipaling in Choral Fesiival . . . Meeling "curies" . . . from oiher schools . . . Singing gay songs . . . ai lasl meeling . . 1 ROW ROW ROW ROW I-Cleius Andres, James Anderson, Roberl Blyihe, Creed Byrd, James Byrd, Charles Conner, Gaylord Elliolf. 2-Paul Ginlher, Tom l-lale, Lewis l-laynes, David I-ledden, George l-leinz, George l-lenry, Don l-lowison. 3-Douglas Landers, l-lenry Lipps, James Mann, Waller Manley, Lawrence Mock, John Morgan, Roberi Moyers. 4-Chesler Fifi, Kennelh Roby, George Smilh, Norman Smilh, Ed. Sfroiher, Lawrence Tuley, Mr. l-leclcel, Criiic. 44 42 pi DELJTSCHER VEREIN AlTernaTing aTTernoon and nighT meeTings . . . Song rehearsals . . . Business discussed in German . . . EnTerTaining Mr. KaTTeriohn wiTh ChrisTmas carols . . . Torming a circle in The TronT hall . . . Crashing The movies on ChrisTmas Eve . . . by walking Through Wrege's living room ...GeTTing losT in The Tog on The way To Caroline's . . . Leaving Zoeller's prompTly aT Ten o'clocl4 . . . Chic Thomas as The "winnah" . . . OT The silhoueTTe conTesT . . . Producing "Das GesTohlene Kind" . . . DebaTing as To The correcT way a counTess should greeT her long-losT husband . . . Fraulein is The deciding TacTor . . . "lsT das nichT eine SchniTzell::anlc?" . . . l-lerr Everbach aT The piano . . . MoTion PicTures . . . PoeTry . . . Dinner aT WoolworTh's . . . a hearTy Tinale To The year . . . AUP WIEDERSEI-TEN! . . . f A fff' X xx W 3 .-, WZCTX Lug . : i X g L in im' I "Z Y , Q s X ' , ,,..ui' ' L al? . gs , 1' lm TO XB .,.. W g,..4J OFFICERS James Van Dalsem ,..,.,..... Presidenf John SlaTTery ...., .... V ice-PresiclenT Jane Birlc .... .... S ecreTary Jane GuThrie .,.. ,... T reasurer Miss Roclrcnbach .. ....CriTic ROW I-Jane Birlc, June Blunlc, Doris Bogie, George CourTney, Glenn Dean, James Denison, Mrs. Evorbach and Mr. Everbach. ROW 2-Philip Goodyear, Jane GuThrie, Elmer l-lilgeman, Jr., Mary Louise HuTh. Rol3erT Jaclc, Goehfrey Kenyon, Rufh Kirk. ROW 3-Leo LenTerT, Melvin Meyer, James Miller, James Nesbif, Esfher Schwender, John SlaTTery, Caroline STrassel. ROW 4-Charles Thomas, Louis UTrechT, James Van Dalsem, l-lerberT WaTTam, Marion Wrege, Frank Zoeller. Roberl Zoeller and Mr. Range. cc xr 1. ky , Q r Q K, 3 . ,RMK ,, ,.,v.f"ixX RXHA I fx ,-4, -if ML f X.. Yi'-A if I Wk R im'-T R V R I Y L L -ALJ bf ',,. Qzf rkig X-jf fkfw p ,.., ROW I-Virginia Brooks, Hundley Coolnzan, Jane Draper, Shirlsy Fino, Maryln Genung, Lenora Henson. ROW 2-Melvin Hubbard, Nancy Jackson, Jean Kisner, Valzria Kirrerman, Wnliam Lee, Sarah Macfzall. ROW 3-Marina Maqness, LaVerne Marsh, Dororhea Moor-3, Lucilfo Peferson, Eugenia Richardson, Nancy Roby ROW 4-Roberf Rue, Lawrence Tuley, Edna Turner, William Sherman. Mrs. Prifz, Crific. cc by ' 'Hits X Q U cu' -Q 8 I , 'ii 7" - ' "Q g dvi rmmcfus -fe 2' rsguixwl an g.s:xzis::,..srns:.s1x :send i L ii Ms i ' .A ,...... ln The Tall of I937 . . . deciding ThaT we had been neglecTed . . . our uprising . . . forming ourselves inTo Le Cercle Francais . . . Prevailing upon Madame PriTz To be our criTic . . . The impressive iniTiaTion held in The glow oT Tri-colored candles wiTh neophyTes, French peasanT girls and boys in French cosTumes and makeup Nancy Ann gagging on snails . . . ElecTing The officers . . . who held Their posiTions Tor The enTire year . . . Rehearsing Tor our pep session . . . held in Le CaTe de Paris royally enTerTaining The Team wiTh French songs and dances . . . The cake baked Tor Them by The French chefs . . . Billy Sherman sparkling as Maurice Chevalier Shirley Fine, The charming hosTess . . . YveTTe Sherman, MarTha Magness and Henry Lipps making Things merry . . . Speaking French in The club meeTings . . . "Paris in The Spring" delighTing The assembly . . . FurThering our aim . . . To emulaTe The spiriT of Jeanne d'Arc . . . Believing as Napoleon . . . "The man who speaks Two languages is worTh Two men" . . . Our hope is To speak French . . . more T'luenTly . . . and more beauTiTully . . . Valeria KTerman LaVerne Marsh Dorothea Moore MarTha Magness Shirley Fine Mrs PrlTz 1145: PresiclenT Vice PresldenT Secrefary Treasurer Program Chairman Crmc X 4,5 SQPHQMQRE LATIN CLUB I S f 3" Evelyn Conner ..... .... C onsul AJ rw Q! Xw iiw s y Ida Whiflinqhill ... ... .Consul Q L E1 Jean Finnegan ..., . ..... Praelor R Palricia Newhouse H. ...Quaesfor Row l Jean Balcer Mary Bego 14 46 Mary Kalherine Belch Belly Bence Venila Brashear Row 2 Dorofhy Caslle Evelyn Conner Mary Louise Coleman Daniel Cannon Marqaref Coquerille Flow 3 Pa'ricia Davis Theodore Day Marjorie Erganbriqhl .lean Finnegan Raymond Forsle Row 4 Marqie Fox Kafherine Frey l-lelen Hancock Mary Lee Keifh Irma Kelley Row 5 Vawqhn Mallox Clarice Mcfxlee Jane McDonald 'iioberl Moyers Dorofhy Murphy Row 6 Palricia Newhouse Jeanne Plaiss Carl Sauer Mary Lee Seacal Ida Whilfinqhill Row 7 Vlfarren Widman Jennie Wiseman Rolverl Zabel Viclor Zinlc Miss Roclcenbach, Criii: SCDDALITAS LATIIXIA New criric . . . lniriares in rogas . . . Rufh Kirk firing of saluiing members wiih a "Salve" . . . l-lours spenlr wriring a pep-session ...Days of praclice . . . Tom Hale posing as Pompeius The sraruc . . . Conspiralors falling a+ his leer . . fihen, ihe decision . . . nor 'ro give ir . . . such disap- poinimenf . . . Mary I-lammer elecred consul . . . when Clyde Bryanr leff rho "old rchoolm ai mid-ierrn . . . Collecling dues . . .and fees for pic- fures . . . Solving Lafin crossword puzzles . . . Vergil Class iranslaies paris of rhe Aeneid for program . . . picnic . . . "Ave, Ave" . . . l cc 47 an . V g. 1 f: .s . 5 .6 A ll A is Jane Draper ...... Consul Mary Hammer .... Consul Gladys Haller .... Praefor Tom Hale ...,., Quaesior Row I Charlolle Baxier Marilyn Bir Louis Bland Doris Bogie Row 2 Vera Cogswell Mildred Cunningham Jane Crosier Jane Draper Row 3 Jane Gufhrie Tom Hale Rebecca Hall Gladys l-laller Row 4 Mary Hammer Mary Hornung Rurh Kirk Eugenia Richardson Row J Roberr Roby Virginia Walfor Frank Zoeller Miss Rocl enbach, Crific 3 Sis aa 3 V Y 50.1 SPEAKERS FIRST SEMESTER Rulh Kirlc ................... Presidenl Jane Gulhrie Vice-Rresidenl Jane Crosier ... ..,... Secrelary Marilyn Bir .. Marllna Conner . .,.... Treasurer Sludenl Crilic ROW I-Georgia Alloerlson, Cliarlolie Baxler. Marilyn Bir, Jane Birlc, Doris Bogle, Marqarel Cannon, Marllia Conner ROW 2-Jane Crosier, Jane Draper, Mona Alice Easi, Marqarel Feioclc, Shirley Fine, Mary Louise Fouqerousse Jane Gullwrie. Gladys l-laller. ROW 3-Mary Louise l-lasenslala, Jane Hermann, Anavelle Howard, Ru'rl1 Kirlc, Lavon Livinqslcn, Janelle McRae Lucille Pelerson, Eugenia Richardson. ROW 4-Marilyn Rodner, Jean Salyards, Yvefle Sherman, Mildred Smiflw, Helen Slallings. Jane Sieplwens, Marion Wrege Miss Kirk, Crific. 41482: 73 br.. T , N ffii, v., ' n, Some Janes . . .six in number. . . Using +he gym for filling Thanksgiving baskels . . . more room lhan needed . . . Hurrah! sunny day! . . . Tag sales 'rolal S209 . . . More gra+ifying proceeds lhan ever before . . . The Chrisfmas play . . . mediialions of a scarecrow . . . Resisiing lemprafion fo delve info lhe Charily Fund . . .when freasury became 'foo low . . . Deciding upon green blankel . . . ar las'r . . . Debris from SECOND SEMESTER lasl year . . . Alumnae Tea . . . remodeled info . . . Speakers' Silver Helen signings -Upresidenf Jubilee Alumnae Tea . . . Enjoyable occasion for all . . . Compiling Jane Crosier ',-.. Vice-presidenf Speaker Direclory . . . Professor Quiz . . . in person of Miss Groh . . . Marilyn Bir , .... ....Secre+ary in assembly . . . Speakers lriumph over ancienl enemy . . . Wranglers . . . Mildred Smllh 4----- HTfedSUfBf Mona Alice Easl deserves mosl ol credil . . . Endeavoring To sei' dare MQW Louis .. ougerouse .... Sludenf Crlhc for Speaker Dinner . . . "Is rhere a rrack mee? every Sa+urday?" . . . M355 Kirk --'I4.4- H .CMC Derby Day . . . Dinner carried oui in grand s+yle . . . lhe only difference ...no horses . . . Camp noi far off . .. Filling The baskels Lasf day af camp l-lasensfab--Wrege-and Birk, Speaker Alumnae Tea Lookour Af any lime or wealher, On lhe fence ln The sunnino These 'rhree muskeleers Trooped along Togefher. Thanksgiving baskeis ff49n ,f' X - ,G 2-al f . r I ' l 1, wx 4 f l' ,f ' Q V iiixiwiiin i E H , 5,1 , V xi ,Z ... fi- V - ' W-, ', in 1 w Q' BN iimuii 1 ' N if' "x' SQ ' Seplember . . . linding ranks depleled . . . Adding seven dwarls . . Encouraging loolball leam wilh pep session . . . "Vim, Vigor, Vincennes" . . . buf Vincennes relained vim and vigor . . . Alma and Rulh demon- FIRST SEMESTER slraling arl ol using chop sliclcs . . . al hamburger lry al Honeymoon RUR' Wesl """"""""" Presldenl Hollow . . . on Caplain Franlc Road . . . Jingle bells and Minerva belles Evelyn Lancasler ' "" Vlceipresldenl bringing baslcels lo needy al Chrislmas . . . Selling candy and cakes al Anila Hubbuch .... Secrelary . ' baslcelball games . . . Ella Jane and Isabelle loling baslqels . . . Almedla Hazel DeVoss ..... Treasurer and Flock compeling lor besl Minerva "Big Appler" . . . al Mid Year ROW l-Doris Bogle, Marlha Brown. Marlha Crowe, Alma Cummings, Rulh Curelon, Ella Jane Denison, Hazel DeVoss, Mary Flock. ROW 2-Alla May Hand, Anavelle Howard, Anila l-lubbuch, Almedia Kiel, Evelyn Lancasler, Virginia McFarlan, Marlha Mclnlosh, Lucille Monihon. ROW 3-Isabelle Monlgomery, Viola Phillips, Belly Prosser, Jewell Reclor, Rila Richards, Belly Robinson, Marilyn Rodncr, Kalherine Schwender. ROW 4-Mary Elizabelh Ulrich, Dorolhy Welch, Wilma Welch, Rulh Wesl, Rulh Wilson, Helen Wyzard, Miss Murray, Crilic, Miss Genung, Crilic. 44 50 n ,.- -X. C L U B ii, .iyiyh - it e f neue...wf+nJee+ene...ene Bel Canlo girls...Virginia, Helen, and IW Menne eafing greedily e+ inaiienen . . . Singing new Minerva Seng oul of fune . . . Aunl Belle and "Wally" always willing To help solve prob- lems . . . Lucille selling P. T. A. sludenl loan lags . . . in boys' gym . . and . . . braving llwe wind lo sell lhem on corner all day Salurclay . . . Hiking To De Villa . . .on Silver Hills . . . Dinner dance al' Counlry Club, May I7 . . . Las? scene . . . Jewel Recfor happily sewing on camp clollwes . . . lo be worn al McCormiclc's Creelc . . . in June . . . See you a+ Camp Friendly . . . SECOND SEMESTER ' j j Alma Cummings ..,......... Presiden? Mary Flogl: .... Jewell Recfor .. Evelyn Lancasier .. Miss Genung .... Miss Murray Ready for lnifialion cc SI zz l .. . . .Vice-President .......Secre+ary .. ...Treasurer ....Cri1ic ....Cri?iC is 2 -sg a a J E s T E i2 S r.Q.1iig' in ' A 1 N .M Beginning semesier . . . wirlw Jrinlcling of bells . . . Presiden+ Feiock FIRST SEMESTER wielding Jrlfie gavel . . . ai meeiings . . . Celebraling . . . wifn Minerva Margaref Feioclc ............. Presidenl Haze' Devoss -'-' .--' V iceyresidem and Bel Canio . . . al' mid-year nop . . . Lucille Monihon ..... Secreiary Marfha Conner .4.. Row I ... . .Treasurer Marqarei Cannon Marfha Conner Jane Crosier Marina Crowe Row 2 Theodore Day Hazel DeVoss Harrier Dulce Rulh Duncan Row 3 Margaref Feiock Shirley Fine Mary Flock Mary Louise Row 4 Mary Haas Fougerous e Gladys Heller Mary Hammer Mary Louise Hasenslab cc 52 rn GUILD Jesfing and frolicing . . . af Jrlwe Masonic Temple . . . To +l'1e slrrains of Rex Marsl'1's orcliesira . . . Usnering in new semesie r... wi+l'1 new officers . . . Tinkling of bells . . . on cosiumes . . . of four iniliafes . . Holding picnic . . . ai Henryville Reservarion . . . delicious food . . . and refreshing swimming . . Qc my SECOND SEMESTER Margarei Cannon ...,.. ,.... P residenf Jane Siephens .... Vice-Presidenl' Jane Hermann .. Marina Marlow .... .... Miss Rusk ..,.., Row l Jane Hermann Nancy Ann Jaclnson Jean Kisner Marflwa Magness Row 2 Gladys Mann Marina Marlowe Lucille Monilwon Lucille Peferson Row 3 Belly Prosser Yveffe Sherman Mildred Smilh Helen Sfallinqs Row 4 Jane Sfephcns Ida Whilfinghill Marion Wreqe Miss Rusk, Crific .Secrefary .Treasurer ... .Crific ffl ar ' ' i f 4 NX! R A N G L E IQ i - FIRST SEMESTER Sending oul' invi+a+ions . . . Whom +0 selecl . . . finally agreeing . . . Creed Byrd ........,........ Presiden+ George Schickel Hmm -Vice-Presidemk Resolving 'ro Be one sfep ahead of ...Speakers . . . Sporhng old duds Al Croxall """" ""' S ecreifary al' ini+ia'rion . . . Proposing To Jrhe "skids" . . . Lugging Speaker baskeis . .. James VanDalsem .... ..... T reasurer Searching franfically for fhe addresses . . . Relief To find 'them . . . Refurning home a+ dark . . . Speaker-Wrangler Xmas Play . . . Sfrenuous l'ryou'rs . . . Kenron Meyers and Torn Hale copping The roles . . . Making a scarecrow . . . Noi so bad . . . Wearing a 'ruxedo . . . Problems ROW I-Andrew Besf, Roberf Best Louis Bland. Creed Byrd, AI Croxall. ROW 2-James VanDalsem, Max English, Bernard Grube, Tom Hale. David Hedden. 454 up 0 'P f' 9-Kgs Y 4 , ,Avy . S' sf, sg: Elf-V l xp-, 4 " 1.-- as f j 2 I vi . ,A . l it ,gm ciuis Q of a fafher . . . children were foo frivolous . . . True meaning of Chrisf- George Schickel mas . . . Exfemporaneous speeches . . . debafes . . . discussions . . . James VanDaisem . Jusf one happy family . . . Challenging Speakers . . . Scanning books James Mann Vicfor Zink ....... and magazines . . . for Professor Quiz program . . . Refusing fo Mr. Hucklebeny admif defeaf . . . Dodging Speakers in fhe halls . . . Sfage rehearsals on "S+age Reversals" . . . Planning annual dance . . . Soff lighfs . . . Sweef music . . . Draffing new members . . . ROW I-Don Howison, James Mann, Roberf Roby, Edwin Scharf, Norman Schell. ROW 2-George Schickel, William Sherman, Edward Sfrofher, Vicfor Zink, Mr. Huckleberry. a55:: SECOND SEMESTER ............Presideni' Vice-Preisidenf .. . . .Secrefary . . . . .Treasurer ... .Crific .-' fax i,.. y 5 W YWW' 1 r cfrygiifih V 115 ,E W :Qi , 4 E E I- A f ff- 6, gg f x C ,J Q mama ' C A -T - Conservarives . . . never change horses in The middle of 'rhe srream . . . FIRST SEMESTER likewise good presidenls . . . Chrislmas carolers . . . Jrraversing Jrhe Marion Wreqe ..,,,,,, Presidem halls . . . relurn wilh weary feel buf glad hearls . . . Presenring Mrs. Jane Crosier .,.... Vice-Presideni Beard's Chrisimas giil . . . a handbag for her New York vacaiion . . . Marv L- Hasenslab '---- SeC'el'3'Y Furnishing melody al' mid-year gradualion . . . Singing al Band Variely Alma Cummmgs """' Treasurer Show . . . Alma Cummings and Marg Feiock as The Indians . . . "The Row I Belly Bence Jacqueline Bir Marilyn Bir Margarel Cannon Row 2 Dorolhy Caslle Evelyn Conner Marlha Conner Jane Crosier Row 3 Alma Cummings Mona Alice Easl' Sarah Easl Naomi Elkins Row 4 Marqarel Feiock Mary Elizabefh Garrefl Winifred Geddes Lucille Giniher Row 5 Jane Gulhrie Mary Louise Hasenslab Juanira Haynes Alice Heckler ac by CANTCD Oullaw King" Tryoulrs . . . Chorus rehearsals . . . feverish worlc . . . Mounling inferesr . . . "lf l Should Do for You a Lirlle Favor" . . . bass and renor paris furnished by Mr. l-leclcel . . . slighlly off lcey . . . Operelra greaf success . . . in spile of all hardships . . . Parficiparing in Choral Feslival . . . Plans for annual 'rea-dance . . . Anavelle insisring Thursday aflernoon unsuilable . . . Lovely parly . . . Happy years . . . 4457s SECOND SEMESTER Marion Wreqe ......... Presideni Jane Gulhrie ...... Vice-Presidonl Jean Kisner .,... Sarah McFall .... Mrs. Board .... Row l Elsie Jane l-leclcler Anavelle Howard Mary Lee Keith Jean Kisner Row 2 Peggy Knox Jane McDonald Sarah McFall Belly Madness Row 3 Lucille Monihon Bonnie Rallill Rila Richards Marilyn Rodner Row 4 Norma Royso ina May Sands l.lary Louise Schultz Yvolfe Sherman Row 5 Caroline Sfrassel Geraldine Thompson lda Whillinqhill Marion NVreqe Mrs. Board, Crilic Secrclary Treasurer ...,.CriTic ,f. i B o o s T E ia s !M"J ' Nliiln - tiff' Bib A Xi i 'wg W, . lv . J ROW l-Dorothy Welch, Margaret Dyson, Helen Almon, Jcna Scales, Frances Farns- ley, Ruth Cureton, Harriet Duke, Betty Belviy, Nancy Ann Jackson, Mildred Char- leen Wells, Ethel Barnes. ROW 2-Mary Louise Schultz, Rita Mc- Intosh, Margaret Reagon, Martha Sands, Eustasia Oettinger, Norma Ryan, Wanda Newkirk, Edith Umbach, Mildred Snider, Cecelia Ferree, Margaret Chaney, Jeanne Wright. ROW 3--Dorothy Werncke, Evelyn Conner, Bonnie Ratliff, Dorothy Castle, Elaine Blanton, Dorothy Byrn, Maryln Genung, Jean Baker, Vanita Brashear, Jean Finne- gan, Virginia Schamel. ROW 4-Bill Sceiters, Everett Kron, Ed- win Bailey, Charles McNutt, Carl Nickel, Ray Altmeyer, Ernest R. Hedges, Vincent W. Kern, Alice Heckler, Gertrude Wein- man, Margaret Wall. "Elect your Booster representative" . . . Lucille Monihon . . . new president . . . Collecting dues . . . Deco- rating tield tor Seymour game . . . Bud Stoy acting as the "daring young man on the goal posts" . . . Sur- veying tinished product . . . with pleasure . . . Staging tirst pep parade . . . Promising students . . . their Booster pins . . . Giving pep talks . Q . at pre-game sessions . . . Finally receiving pins . . . very much in evidence tor tew days. . . Planning large rally . . . betore St. X game . . . hanging St. X in ettigy . . .danc- .1 ing the "Big Apple" . . . betore the bon-tire . . . Buerk Field looking gay . . . with tlying colors . . . Chang- ing scene ot decorations . . . trom grid-iron to hardwood . . . Backing our team . . . with state hopes never dying . . . 1 ROW I-Janetta Lang, Mary Jane i Ashcraft, Jane Oettinger, Sarah East, Lucille Monihon, George J. Walter, M. L. Fouqerousse, Gwendalynn Roberts, W a n d a Moore, Garnett Wheeler, Euline Willis. ROW 2-Mary C. Leuthart, Ruth Duncan, Helen Wyzarcl, Freda Montgomery, Leona Henson, Mil- dred Schoen, Mary L. Coleman, Lois Evans, Jane Smith, Wana Dupaguier, Mariorie Crumbo, Judy Raaba. ROW3-James Hammond, Bob Keithley, Max English, Al Crox- all, Jr., Lavon Livingston, Evelyn Johnson, Helen Stallings, Jane Hermann, Mary Jean Capper, Marcin Creek, Frank Zoeller, Herbert Wattam. ROW 4-James VanDalsem, Rob- ert Black, Wilbur Taylor, Earl Hunt, Walter Manley, Gerald McCarty, Chester Brown, Robert Rue, Robert Landis, Richard Thomas, Philip Sumner. ROW 5-Norman Smith, Eugene Rhodes, Robert Beck, Stanley Widman, Bob Zoeller, Earl Um- bach, Junie Zoeller, Daymond Forste. ,4f'X. I ",, X 5.3, !,.,, It light an 'alia Q ff-,EX ,. . 'QVVNV f Y Txsaiiiif- .. -, C L U 3 . L as Lucille Monihon .. ...... President George Walters ...,. ,. .Vice4President Mary L. Fouqerousse ....... Sec'y.-Treas. Miss Green .,....... ,,..., C ritic cc 59:2 ROW l-Hilda Shireman, Mildred Lech- Ieiter, Mary Louise Coons, Marilyn Court- ney, Genetta Wyman, Sylvia Smith, Mar- iorie Erganbright, Joanne Embrey, Jane Draper, Martha Rudy, Mary Hammer, Mildred Dreyer. ROW 2-Evelyn Haller, Elizabeth Davis, Dolores Reynolds, Doris Smith, Norma Leist, Kathryn Gray, Helen Kost, Opal Bostock, Virginia Walter, Norma Vigar, Mary Alice Anderson, Mary Bego. ROW 3-Isabelle Loebig, Evelyn Lewis, Margaret Hogue, Gladys Haller, James DeLotel, James Conner, Frank Powell, Victor Zink, Ed. Strother, James Graf, Curtis Weber, Glenn Dean, ROW 4-Melvin Hubbard, Jimmy Potts, John Farnsley, Geottrey Kenyon, William Lee, Harry Lee, Charles Wall, Warren Widrnan, Herschel Russell. ROW l-Norma Crowe, Catherine Smith, Ruth Craig, Clara Nale, Dorothy Craig, Olive Frakes, Juanita Graham, Ann Milli- qan, Mary Catherine Haeseley, Irma Grantz, Evelyn Wolf. ROW 2-Mary Lee Keith, Rita Richards, Ruth Boutelle, Susie Hines, Helen Knight, Jacqueline Bir, Lucille Knight, Jeanita Hurst, Elizabeth Kron, Nancy Roby, Oli- vene Shewmaker, Mary Louise Hasenstab. ROW 3-Bette Reardon, Opal Peters, Erma Janes, Betty Bence, Katherine Frey, Jane McDonald, Dorothy Pate, Patsy Newe house, Margaret Wolfe, Anna Carr, Mary Hornung, Audrey Bryant, ROW 4-Norbert Bir, lrvin McCutchan, Margaret Coquerille, Elizabeth Jacques, Hays Brown, Jack Barnett, Harold Blake, Owens, Mary Nickel, Lorene Margaret Feiock. ROW 5-Harvey Hollis, Marcellus Bierman. Robert Arnold, ROW I-Dorothy Kron, Dorothea Moore, Coolman, Mar aret Koch, Dor- Hundley 2 othy Murphy, Mary charrer, Martha Steinert, Theodora Day, Ida Whittinghill, Mary Louise Oeftinger, Mary Catherine Goebel. ROW 2-Thelma Redman, Juanita Elkins, Sarah Ward, Alma Cummings, Heler Libs, Mary Elizabeth Garrett, Martha Schuley. Alma Meyer, Dorothy Baldwin, Henrietta Ward, Mary Louise Haas, Mary Catherine Crim. ROW 3--Alma Libs, Joyce Stevens, Martha Richmer, Dorothy Rouck, Rita Losson, Geraldine Thompson, Jane Eberhardt, Robert Colin, Delbert Bishop, Paul Graf, Ciittord Peers, Kenneth Crawford. ROW 4-John Waltman, Miles Burgen' heim, Herman Zeller, Franklin Whiteman, Howard Merrett, Kenneth McAfee, Chester Trueman, Robert Moser, Lawrence Tuley, Jack Sattler, Cletus Andres. .---.fx a , On hand aT every game . . . The backbone oT The school . 4 . George CourTney doing such excellenT drilling . . . Sponsoring "The Big Game" aT The Elks' The nighT beTore Thanksgiving . . . a rousing pep session as a preliminary . . . Working like Troians Tor new uniTorms . . . The pep hop aT The Armory . . . Everybody geTTing in The Big Apple . . . such complimenTary chaperones wanTing a dance every week . '. . ROW I-l-lundley Coolman, Mary MargareT GranTz, Jane Oe-Tlinger, Creed Byrd, WalTer PoTTs, Glen Sherril, Charles Spence VicTor Coombs, Mr. l-leckel. ROW 2-Charles GinTher, KaTherine Frey, Wm, Sherman. Edward McNamara, Peggy Knox, Lucille Gin+her. ROW 3-Charles Conner, Naomi Elkins, Jimmy Byrd, Doris Eve. Roberf Mowry, Alma Libs, Winifred Geddes. ROW 4-Douglas Landers, John Day, Lawrence Mock, Hilda Meyers, Frances Mosier, RuTh Meyer, l-lelen DempsTer. ROW 5-Melbourne Rogers, Don l-lowison, Louis Hollis, Wm. Burih, James Miller. ROW 6-Gladys Mann, Wm. Landers, Mary Tscheulin, Lawrence Tuley, David l-ledden, Earl Carroll, George Courlney VincenT Sfemle. cc P7 ORCHESTRA Acrivily periods pracrice . . . origin of clamor . . . Demos- ihenes couldn'+ be heard above 'rhe din . . .much less Mr. l-leclzel . . . Receiving lerrers in assembly, March 2l . . . N Awards in MUSIC reward a+ lasr . . . swearers ro eighl Jrhree-year vererans . . . Charles Conner, Jane Oeiclinger, Mary Margarel Granrz, William Landers, Vincenf Sremle, Edwin McNa- mara, l-lundley Coolman and David Hedden . . . failhful servanlrs all . . . a goal for which ro srrive . . I I . l -' n WL...-dl" CENTER-Curlis Weber. ROW I-lane Oeffinqer, Sarah East Naomi Elkins, Mildred Owens, Louise Lukemeier, Helen Kosl, Jane Wolf, Marlha Sands, Viola Williamson, George I-lerry, Mona Alice Easf. - ROW 2-Mary Tscheuliri, Lawrence Moclc, William Landers, Charles Conner, James Byrd, Peggy Knox, Jimmy Miller, Lucille Ginlher, l-lclen De-mpsler, Winifred Geddes. ROW 3--Gladys Mann, Mr. l-leclcel, Melbourne Rogers, Gaylord Ellici, Lawrence Tuley, Marlha Marlowe, Earl Carroll, Norma Roysc-, Bernice Richards. CC D7 ,E 'lynn W we ff if is , G I R L S C CD U T S J F J i X 3 M My , , , L 37x N Ever siriving . . . for daily deed . . . Proud . . . because firsr 1'roop in Miss Springer "" Caplaln school . . . Holding firsi meeiing . . . buying "Who's Who" . . . for Miss Lang .... Capfain library . . . Working laie hours . . . sewing foreign flags . . . Thrills ai PATROL LEADERS Tunnel Mill . . . siHing up all nigh? . . . irarnping rhrough The woods . . . Marfha Marlow Slcaring al Fonraine Ferry . . . clufching a+ lhe rails . . . Pracficing life- Marion Wreqe saving . . . ai Henry Clay pool . . . Jrriumphani al Courr of Awards . . . DOfO+'WBvff1 receiving high honors . . . Marion Wrege . . . carrying off "Golden Eagler' '... Sludying personalily . . . in Troop meefings . . . Lafer, "How ro Win Friends and lnfluence People" . . . Breaihless wifh ad- miralion . . . al' lnvesiirure . . . fears in Seniors' eyes . . . Performing lasl good deed . . . l ROW l-Mariorie Crumbo, Mary Kalherine Belch, Efhel Barnes. Dorolhy Pale, Mar+ha Sands. Mary Louise Hasensfab, Dorofhy Murphy, Dorolhy B'yrn. , ROW 2-Mary Louise Schulfz, Ruby Lowell, Pal Davis, Margarel Coquerille, Mary Elizabefh Resch, Marion Wrege, Jane Birlc, Marcia Creek. ROW 3-Miss Springer, Capfain, Mary Louise Coleman, Jane Wolf, Jean Balcer, Alice Heckler, Rebecca Hall. Elsie Hcclcler, Helen Sfallings, Jean Finnegan, Miss Lang. a62n 6i ., WM ' t Jac mv W , 11 ,Im A wi by 4 . , x ni- ' , as amis1i ,5A as fu r , 3' 'swag ' ag we as Receiving lirsf charfer of Hs kind . . . in New Albany . . . Our purpose being . . . "io creafe public senfimenf . . . for 'rhe encouragemenr of OFFUCERS marksmanship . . . bolh as a sporl . . . and . . . as a necessary means Orlan Camenle' "" "'P'e5lde"l . . . for naiional defense" . . . Increasing our membership . . . from Vldor Gunierman 'A "i' Vlceiprwdeni I . n l ' Roy Williams .. .... Secrefary sevenfeen charler members . . , 'ro Jrhiriy-five achves . . . Holding infer- La Verne Graf .. .,..... Treasurer club mafches . . . lwice weekly . . . a+ our range . . . Planning ro parfici- Herschel Barkedale pale . . . in Junior class mafches . . . lhis summer. .. Mr. Dagem Execulive Officer ..,...Insirucfor ROW I.-Kennefh Rogqe, James Hammond, Roberf Keifhley, James O'Connor, Roberf Browning, James G-uihrie, Philip McWilliams, Bill O'Connor. ROW 2.-George Aldrich, George Hagan, Wayne Rafledge, Ray Allmeyer, Tom Hale, Orville Doran, Roy Williams, Tom S'rafFord, Herschel Barksdale, Orlan Carpenfer. ROW 3.-Glen Burlcs, Vicior Gunlerman, Orville Duncan, John Walfs, William Kelly, Arfhur Newbanlcs, Mr. Daffern, Harold Jenlcins, Jacli Mould, Ellon Duncan, Cleo Mull, l.aVerne Graf, Jack Barneif, William Naville. cc xx X ...Q . y X w si gp, , l X1 M 'i 'i Miss Board, Crilic ROW l Rose Bailey Belly Belviy Marcia Creek Mary K. Crirn Mildred Dreyer ROW 2 Mary Haas Geraldine Harbison Evelyn Johnson Valeria Killerman Luciile Knighl ROW 3 Mary C. Leulharl Jane Mclnlosh Marlha Mclnlosh Marlis Miller Mary lclclcn Mould ROW 4 Elizabelh Parsons Ruih Paulson Margarel Reagon Pally Rouck Marlha Rudy ROW 5 Sylvia Srnilh Mary E. Ulrick Marguerite Wallers Wilma Welch Rulh Vlfilson Elecling club ollicers . . . Swinging bals . . . and . . . dumb-bells . . . al inilialion . . . Looking roguish . . . in ball caps . . . Slcaling parly al Fonlaine Ferry . . . Al Gingham Collage . . . Moonlighl ancl lun . . . Holding Chrislmas parly . . . "Jingle bells" . . .Touring lo l-lenry Clay . . . lor swimming parly . . . Repealing slcaling parly . . . improving lorm . . . Choosing leams lor baslcelball . . . and baseball lourneys . . . ballling long inlo evenings . . . hailing lhe viclors . . . Adopling song . . . Selecling new colors . . . blue ancl while . . . Playing hoclcey . . . ln volley ball lournamenls . . . Enioying musical program . . .lor lasl lime. 44642: Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. my 'Iii-4 . , 'M ,A 'xx X Ts X I5 If Sql J s V . . f ws, I 5.4 I I ' , , ' .IIIII I W. j , , , Wm , I TT 2 X XX Fl V' xg X I F' X E in A he X xx x S Ii.,.,.i.. Q SEIXIIOI2 HIOH SCHOOL Mrs. Mrs Mr. Mrs Mrs .ArII1ur Zabel. . Kirlce I-Iedclen .... .Ervin Bence .... .Noble Marlowe .,... ...,,. J. A. I-Iowison .,., PARENT TEACHEI2 ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Noel A. Byrd ..... . . . Arllwur Zabel ...,. Frank Fougerousse . Clifford Belclw .... . Roberlr Conner . , . . . ,PresicIen+ , . , .Vice-Presidenl . . . .Vice-Pre-sidenf .. . . . .Secreiary . . . .Treasurer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ..,.Program Mrs. ... .publicily Mrs. .,Music Mrs. ,Pulolicaiions Mrs .. . , .Paren'r Educaiion Mrs Erank Fougerousse . , . Irvin Scliarl. . . A. T. Slwracler .... .Berfram Heclcel, . Harry Bir.. .... Miss Ada Groh .......,.. Sfucly Course Leader cc vi 1. S Q .Membership Hospnalify .Legislafive Sludenl Aicl . , .Finance RECCDNSTRUCTIGN BEGINS M Kaife lohn explauns Helgh ho Hs off fc ork e go The r1oo'1 hour 66 W, , W ...W-.V Y-wa? ctivities CLASS CCDNTESTS Jeanne Salyards Jackie Bir Evelyn Conner Virginia Jasper Marion Wrege Jeanella Lang Juanifa Elkins One lor each class . . . one cenl per voie . . . Nominaricns ralher fame . . . Frankie norninaies Marcia 'lwice . . . iusi lo be sure . . . Presenling fhe "goodlookers" in assembly . . . gre-ai discussion as lo com- paraiive beauly . . . and popularijry . . . Bulleiin board in caieleria allracis allenlion . . . "Someone iusi' pui a dollar on Jackie Bir' '...' "l'here's sevenry-live voies for Dorolhy Murphy" . . . Jeaneiia Lang causes keen compelilion . . . Thai excilinq rninure before four o'clock . . . when Belly Prosser called "-limel' '... Announcing resulls ai lhe Bloller Mixer . . . Jeanne Salyards, Senior Queen for second succeeding year . . . Virginia Jasper, Junior represenlaiive . . . and . . . Evelyn Conner represenls rhe Sophomores K D ,Q L ' 'X . 0 f 1 nf Q f 56 i' r X N A f fk ,qi X R I R . JI I ,V . ,, V 4 xv Wy. Q 7 4 N Z 4 QXQ NM ' fl , A l c LITERARY STAFF Margarel Cannon Jane Gulhrie Gladys Haller PHOTOGRAPHER David Hedden ART STAFF Norberi Bir, Chairman Morris Madden, Vice William Naville, Vice Virginia McFarIan, Vice Chairman Anavelle Howard James Anderson James Byrd Roberl' Leisl Wayne Railedge Gwendolynn Roberls TYPISTS Joyce Slevens IIZBI Rulh Wolfe Margarel Cannon Jane Gulhrie Glayds Haller Edilors EDITORIAL BOARD FACU LTY ADVISO RS Miss Rockenbach ................ M iss Hom righouse Miss Ryall .... MOUNTING STAFF Charles Merlz, Chairman Slanley Guelhe Chairman Jane Draper Chairman Eugenia Richardson Mary Hammer Alice Heckler Sylvia Smilh Elsie Heckler Charleen Wells BOOKKEEPER Evelyn Wolperl cc my Business ....,..ArI Lilera ry BUSINESS STAFF Frank Powell Margarel Slider Isabelle Monigomery Norman Smilh Wilber Taylor Eugenia Richardson Jane Draper Jean Kisner Jane Crosier Bellie Robinson Jimmie Zinninger Sfanley Widman Earl Umbach Belfye Pierson Mary Flock Marlha Crowe Walier Manley Ernesl Hedges Vinceni Kern Rulh Kirk Max English Marilyn Bir Hays Brown Olive Frakes IIZBI S View A N Q, T N V I, I RTW.. . - ' , X W I WW A 1 1 S ,fun RX vnu x N S", ' W Q I A N iw SO """ x '- fx mm? f S X 34 T N Norberf Bir Jane Draper David Hedden Charles Mer+z Arf Edifor Treasurer Plwofographer Chairman, Mouniing Sfaff I J,M"jff.ai-k ha n N :':S?'F' :L.1L' BUSINESS STAFF V . . gf . . .1 , . ' vm. eil, Q' Xiu "':3, S., 'S :.S . ' ' 2'. f '1': . ' N . ,,,?2"'F iff' . KITTY ' rf -J' - . ' Q-"Q I Sv f- M:-. . T. N S PM 1 Ssjggs h -.A - M if W , . ' S M Y. . 'I Rr , ' 4. T , Q -S . . , S , 19' M A 1. 3. fc 69 LITERARY STAFF MOUNTING STAFF Tl-IE Using casl of more Than one hundred . . . siarring Marlha Conner and Ed Slrolher . . . as Lady Marian and Robin l-lood . . . wiih Roberl Blylhe as King Richard in an abbo++'s disguise . . . Jane Crosier as Lady Doroihy . . . David I-ledden, rho Sheriff . . . and Creed Byrd, as Friar Tuclc . . . Henry Lipps, a very scarier Scarlel . . . John Morgan, Jrhe mosl haughly Prince John . . . Charles Conner and James Mann . . .looking up Their sleeves . . . for "Diclcy Bird, Dick" . . . Kennelh Roby impersonafing The exhausied, in- lormalive pilgrim . . . QUTLAW KING Ladies-in-waiiing . . . Rira Richards, Yvefie Sher- man, Anavelle Howard, and Mary Louise Hasen- srab . . . singing . . . "Rose Colored Spec+acles" . . . wirh Ladies Marian and Doroihy . . . Lewis Haynes . . . "doing himself proud" . . . as ihe singing Minsjrrei . . . Lawrence Mock . . . Chesjrer Pirr . . . and James Anderson . . . complering The casr . . . of Robin Hoods merry men . . . wirh fhe sounding of frumpefs . . . by Marion Wrege and Margaref Feiock . . . dressed as page-s . . . in shimmering whiie . . . ihe iasi echo of "The Ouiiaw King" dies away . . . ,iw SPEECH "TH REE-CORN ISRED MOON" Lighls . . . aclion . . . curiain . . . weeks of indecision in choosing cas'rs . . . Keen compeiilion beiween "Happy" and Be'r+ie Rogers . . . Al Croxall as Donald . . . living in The clouds . . . Firsl curiain . . . Second acl' . . . Disfurbing lhe ianifor . . . un'ril midnighl . . . Praclicing before a nighlly audience . . . Mrs. Huckle- berry . . . The only speclalor . . . Rushing oul for a colqe belween sessions . . . Going mad . . . searching for properlies . . . Second curlain . . . Third acl . . . l-lolding lwo performances . . . iirsf before sludeni body . . . convulsing The pupils . . . Mary llammer prornpling . . . and developing sore Throal . . . Lasl performance . . . Max English aclrually lcissing Shirley Fine . . . Finis . . . Curlain . . . n cc n i i .ff is Q W X, e , I l 1 4 7 -5, ' , vw WZ... ., X 1 - V X J 'fy N E-, i- 5- C l. I X P l. I XV N N , Ne ax 9,xsxgMn Nkfxxf xxx f s ,X X , " 3 - .- S --'fx Q X "Hx A-1 5 is SM is 1, 5 ' Q "BM molhcr, all The girls wear high hcolsf' l eRowlNe PAINS Dick Reardon playing iaclcs before Jrhe cur1'ain rises . . . Tubby Wal+er's version of "Everybody on Siege" . . . Mr. Huckleberry, always paiieni . . . always under- slanding . . . 'rurning sfage 'rears To off-slage giggles wilh 'rhe snap of a finger . . . Direcior Srephens counl- ing fhe laughs . . . Slruggling To caich cues . . . over- coming hysferics caused by Rulh Wesi . . . alfaching ihe whiskers lo fhe Professor's chin . . . The feeling of , success affer 'rhe curlain falls . . . Removing slcin and all wi+h grease painf . . . Enjoying casl slcaling parly . . . al Fonfaine Ferry rink . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ernesl Thompson-Seton Mrs. Thompson in lndian chief dress Mr. Alberf Tangora, Champion Typisf 44 2: p -.- X N T, , .:- E A im a ' P N-V ii AW SX f X N X Ax, N N , ,l N , f :', . f I 4 was as T' , " , Q -FY' 4 T - ' FV? A N T938 SENIGR CLASS PLAY WHAT ANNE BRQLJGI-IT l-ICDME Charles Conner glaring aT Mary Tscheulin . . . Can you imagine IT? . . . Barry hunTing The leTT hand Top drawer OT The side board . . . Jeanne Talking "esperanTo" aTTer kissing The handsome hero Tubby sTruggling wiTh silence . . . l.aVon sTruggling wiTh cues . . Miss Kirk's Casf Characfers Miss 6-reen's CasT LaVon LivingsTon Mrs. Haftie BenneT Helen STallings Barry Tunison Sam BenneT Al Croxall Charles Conner Henry BenneT James Van Dalsem Mary Tscheulin Anne BenneT Purdy RuTh Duncan Joe McDaniel Dudley Purdy RoberT BlyThe Jeanne Salyards Alma BenneT AniTa Hubbuch Shirley Fine Nina BenneT Marilyn Bir George WalTer Herb HardcasTle Hays Brown John Morgan J. T. Raymond Andy Sermersheim Al Croxall Talling backward ouT oT his chair . . . "CareTul There, Pa" . . . Miss Green pulling ouT hair . . TighTing Tor The sTage . . . aT rehearsals . . . The girls siTTing in The winclowsills waTching Traclc pracTice . . . Playing ball on The sTage . . . Trying To malce RuTh and Bob go inTo The love scenes . . . AniTa accidenTally rolling onTo The sTage . . . aT a mosT crucial momenT . .. ff 74 Q, . . 1. 1 M pr i i as rir awe r A SPEAKER-WRANGLEIQ PLAY : San+a presenfs 'lo Miss Ryall M is r 1 .W ,A M 1 N ' ' is 2 Q ' mp, X gf. v 1.6 X W i a K' X fwxfd E i Q ""'A O 1 ss X -'Ns N y , W QP s , A L """4 '-' N '4 Nvsxws THE YULE LCG Four human beings . . .and a scarecrow . . . "Does 'rhe bundle of rags 'rallc7' '... Mary Louise Hasenslalo mos? charming . . . in a peach chiffon formal . . . Helen Slallings as lhe mofher . . . Kenlon Meyer, her husband . . . and Tom l-lale . . . 'rhe wayward son . . . Jane Gulhrie, as Jerry . . . fhe Chrislmas spiril . . . in The form of a scarecrow . . . "Did Tom Hale lean on 'rhe manlle . . . fhal wasn"r +here?" . . . Gifs nice and warm.. . so warm" . . . 75 as 1 ei ,FX , A N . ,V W0 , I E E' , f 0, , Qf' f RME1! KX mr W f ll' VA R l E T V S l-l QW Ml L li Q12 4 AN ' ,V U W' Play coaclwcd by Mr. Huclzlo- berry Mics Bc-ard's Dancers Dionne Qui by Speakers Bel Canlo nluplels prosenled xc vw 1 D E BATE ' md Burning The midnighl oil . . . Soanning debafe maierial . . . Days of prep del:-ales . . . Gailwering nofes . . . Inifial debafe . . . Shaky nerves . . . Having a good season . . . winning half of forly-six debaies . . Meeiing Ml. S+. Francis. lvlarengo, Hunlingburg and Jasper in +l1e seciional . . . Winning ouf . . . Traveling fo Regional . . . Defeafing Princefon, lone opponenf . . . Looking To Sfafe . . . Lasf minufe preps . . . Pep session send off . . . Gues+s of Builer Universify . . . Trekking around Indianapolis . . . Losing 'ro Hammond . . .Tears and handlcerchiefs . . . Receiving "N's' '... Bringing back memories . . . when re-enaciing debalres . . . before Parenl-Teachers . . . Viewing nexl season . . DEBATE TEAM Viclor Zinlc, Ida Wlwifiinglwill, James Mann, Ed Sirollwer, David l-ledden, Mr. l-luclcloborry a xx v W f f A' I 1 I, W ,4 sqm i X .W ex V Rss X wi T f X I s IW RX' I 1 R Q X XX 1 Nxl A fm , 7 W Sf 4 RSC 'G sxf 64, 1 X215 avg, is X N rzyjsxg kwa? N 5.. we xx , X ,f 5 wx 0 ""fx G X xx X N . I ' - A I I + . D. A. R. RuTh Kirlc . . . recipienT oT The D. A. R. medal Tor ciTizenship . . . which is awarded by The voTe oT The senior girls . . . PSI IOTA XI SHORT STORY CONTEST Jean Kisner . . . whose "SanTa is Coming" . . . won The Tive dollars TirsT prize . . . in The Psi IoTa XI annual shorT sTory conTesT . . ,Tor senior girls. I MargareT Cannon Jane GuThrie Second prize Three dollars, Third prize Two dollars "A Wide Place in The Road". "Glare aT Mid- nighT." . . . WRANGLER CUP CONTEST Ed STroTher Ed STroTher winning . . . May 9 in assembly . . . discussing "The Housing Problem' '... and Ida WhiTTinghiII, James Mann, Lucille PeTerson, VicTor Zinc, and Raymond EorsTe . . . Turnishing close compeTiTion . . . Creed Byrd acTing as chairman . . . presenTing cup To Ed STroTher . . . David I-Iedden DoroThy Murphy second Third DISCUSSION LEAGUE WINNER David I'Iedden placing second . . . in SouThern Indiana DisTricT ConTesT . . . Traveling To NorTh Vernon . . . Ivlarch 28 . . .and raTing New Albany . . . second place . . . aTTer Columbus won The high honors . . . ESSAY CONTEST Cecil PaTTerson's essay . . . "WhaT ConsTiTuTes ProTecTion Tor America' '... awarded TirsT prize . . . by Bonnie Sloan UniT, American Legion Auxiliary . . . and second place . . . in EighTh DisTricT conTesT . . . x78 up 'fi ' 4 l Noimiw 'i . IVM- W ' COMMERCIAL CONTEST X ' ,X aj -.xi RE? . Mr. Koehler. Bookkeeping Teams. Firsf row-Jane Unclebach, Marlha Rudy, Belly Belviy. Secono row-Virginia Bifner, Norma Vigar, Leenor Fahey. Reioicing affer Confesf. COMMERCIAL . . . Traveling 'ro Danville . . . shorl- hand learns . . . placing 'iirsi' . . . N. A. H. S. ranking fifrh . . . Roberlra Clark scoring high . . . winning SIZO in scholarship awards . . . Mary Elizabeih Garreri challenging Roberia . . , by winning shorfhancl honors . . . Week laler . . . iourneying lo Muncie . . . for S+a+e Confesr . . . Roberra Clark raking fiflh place . . . Shorfhand Team . . . Mary Fischer, Helen Libs, and Rulh Duncan . . . placing lhird . . . Receiving awards in assembly . . . OQQMSQQ . rir i v 1 . A X A Af tin f K ,M i , f " fa ' YL l W Sl 1 QQ f X 4. 1 X ,ah sv X N ff Q' Y , X 1 as xx S v N ' rv, 3 y, W nf, BOOKKEEPING . . . winning firsi place al Danville . . . is no snap . . . buf +haf's exacfly fheir record . . . Meef our 'ream . . . Marlha Rucly, Berry Belviy, and Jane Unclebach . . . lead by Miss Harper . . . On +o viclfory . . . ROW l.-Lois Donahue. Helen Libs. Rulh Duncan, Hen- ry Ella Alee. ROW 2.-Roberfa Clark, Mary Fischer, Jane Birk, Doroihy Rouck, Mary E. Garreif. ROW I.--Helen Libs, Ruih Duncan. ROW 2.-Roberla Clark, Mary Fischer, Mary E. Garreff. 4479s, i ii A i A on ff -A , .x.. A rrr S c H o L A ia S H I P S we gig A if r I ' l I r X ,Q i t Xxx JW x X x wi I ilih rx if X X" ANNE I pf V, 4 i Vigec f x 4 A Xwx ? x ,XX X , N 1 s MK' fhxypl afar A V xx x Y - 'es fi I I f X W 35,5 max Q A xx x x X xX X X 51,-i fi ec S MUSIC Pracricing lare hours . . . before Disrricr Music Conresr . . . Eas'l sisrers, Mona and Sarah . . . carrying off laurels . . . in cello and violin divisions, re5Peol'lVelY - ' - Peggy Knox loleolrro in Voioe oorr' Max English . . . one of The "rnas+er minds" . . . 'resi' . . . Easrs iourneying 'ro Bloomingfon, April 25 rhrouoli hard Work end perseverance - - - Won rrle Jr l i . . . Jr D P i il' . . . for Slare Conresr . . . Repearing viclories . . . Rec or Soho arshllo O e auw Umversl Y ai Greencasfle, Indiana. and wifh rhem . . . applicarions for Scholarships . . . in me Indiana Univershiy School of Music ' D U Mona Alice Easf . . . rakes Universiry of Chicago comperirive examinalion . . . and is awarded a S300 scholarship . . . Sarah Easr, Tied for firsl' place . . . in Sfafe Music conresr . . . winning a music scholarship for S180 and conringenr fee . . . ar Indiana Universilry School of Music . . . ART Lalooring over Chrislmas decorafions . . . for righr froni' sreps of audiroriurn . . . painling life-size por+rai+s . . . of holiday carollers .... Exhausring unusual ideas . . . in Opererra Posrer Conresf . . . George l-lenry winning liirsl' place . . . Norberl Bir and l-larry Mason placing . . . To receive honorable menrion . . . .uc l cc 9: K., -f 'J' W -f-' ' J' ff -2,, M N 4 x ,-'w , x X ., N f ,, I.-N' I' , L M ,M .dvi . 'YN 4 1, x u,-W f-. ..-. xx- X. ,,,...,.3, 4 K-x ,,,m wxf, Iv -7 gyR.g,4:.-gil! f ' 'v--5-.,. L .4 1,551-2 .. -,W - 17,2 R1 ...QA vu,-'N in ,M ,X , 1 KN 'LT' ...HA . T., ., ,rid -. -... w - ,yy Nh , ,..,r. ., WKN xi, Wi., IW!! LM! i:"H1'. " L . . . A ., xuP'f.w 3 ... J, ,uld,-,Y-g,,--. ..,,x.,'x ,' fx --1 v-M A-..... ,xj N.-' " 10111 . 'J 1,1 ,ia my -ii? A , , 1533 ,131 - L XX--44 YY: .5 CJ I Y T: '.1. sw : 5- Af EE? sl, V. 55. 81'-'ff 52? ,- - 1 5521 5:31 .,. Smii 1 A 51:2 ETH ' b YH T417 m 1, 5,15 lf? vs 335 '11 fi ,:7, ' A .,, E+.. in sz ul 2.135 ,Mx riff 1:4 ff, EL? 2: ti iid .Y V 3 F '- 1 ,, .HH iw 1' I lp' ,, 7 S. PJ, ,I Q 'Q ,Q-Z j' V -"AV 6 -: I I W J 4 r . 1 X 'ff f , x I I. if 'I I Y xX X ' S47 Kgfbb VA?-'xy M Q 0 I f -1 -N mx. Q 1937 FQQTBALL 7. M ZZ FIRST ROW-Eugene Kron. r. end: R. Oenbrink, r. Iackle: Wm. Tucker. I. Tackle: R. Reardon, r. guard: Harry Der O'Hanian cenfer: R. McCarIy, I. g.: Roberf Zoeller. I. end. SECOND ROW-F. ZoeIIer, r. half: Urban ZoeIIer, quarterback: Geo. Kleiber, fullback: Roberf Caesar. Iefi half. 4812: ,qi HN- , .. m ' i ii i ' -- 537253 i V 0 is . , W 0 f i ' 1 , x if u ,k 1 , s , , in x QW Y X ! QQ x W X iii 1 X yi 'S im K X , Q 1 Z v' '4 sfxfw x I 1 WC ' V ff! Ni , f ff N. if' 6 - ss, x Nm x X f 5, ...... Eyeing prospecis . . . and improved fielcl . . . Tension rwouniing I . . . as iniiial baffle looms . . . deieaiing Seyr our 240 gaining confidence . . . for Bicknell HH . . walling in ee blocks . . . in fooiball logs . . . 'ro reach S'l'dClILI"'1 winning 33-6 . . . Crushing Bosse 32-O . . . Hearing coachies life hisfory . . . riding home a'r rnid-nighi . . . Elceung a I2 6 win 'From Princefon . . . Reardon sneaking ou+ afier game dale Prince+on belle . . . being caughl in snow sioarw losing firsi game . . . Vincennes surprising 'Dogs wiflw 20 7 loss . . . Repeafing firs+ loss . . . To Manual by 20 7 lo nc a lweari breaking game . . . 20-I9 To Ceniral P epping for S+. X HH' . . . deierrnined 1'o win . . . being overpoweroo in firsi half . . . coming back in second half . . wi'rh plen+y oi power. . . facing defeaf . . . wiflw final score o I 6 en ing season . . . wifh le++er presenfafions Roberi' McCariy .. . .., Urban Zoeller Leon WiH ..., .,.. Louis Bland ... .., Ed Welz ... ... 482s ,,J, ..Guard Halfback Halfback . .Guard . .Guard William Tucker .. Erni Meyer .. Roberl Caesar .. Harry Der O'I-lanian Roberf Reas .. Mr. Daffern, Facully Manager . .Tackle Hallbaclc Halfbacl: . .Cenfer . .Cenler l Mr.Gel1llsacl1, Line Coach Coach Thom K 8 3 av -1,3 YI If i l lp, ,rch 5-M Jr QQQQGQ , ,C W4 f ,W Y 41, ff ,X X X 4' I X I X A xx ,f xx ,! xy Q X X i' X - f -N x W 5-if V ff - A M in if i'.. kffi X 7 1 9 vm f Q X Q X. i"v1,, 5 xxx Q x 1 22 . .A N.fw:,zRmp,...v -X SN . .X ,! . S SR X ff X S f Q C 'Mix V 14 1xX X k M.: M5 N.A. 24... 33... 33.. 7.. I2... 7.. 7... I9... 7.., Rober+ Oenbrink Bob Zoeller . Eugene Kron .. Harold Jenkins . Richard Reardon a84n I937 SCORES . , . ,Seymour .. . . . .Bicknell .. ....Bosse.. ....Male .. .. . .Princeion . Vincennes . , . . ..Manual .. . ..Cen+ral .. ....S'i'. Xavier.. Tackle . .End . .End Tackle Guard Sepl' Sep? Sept Oclz Oc+. Oc+. Oct Nov. Nov. Nov. I938 SCHEDULE I6--Seymour . . 23-Anchorage . . 30-S+. Xavier . . . 7-Bosse .. . I4-Male . . ..,. .... . . . 2I-Cenlral of Evansville. . . 28-Vincennes . . ,.... . . 4-Manuel . . . . I I-Bloominglon . . 24-Princefon . . ,ya , T H X M N , N . X f l yy , , N 1 l wr v X Y 4 I l f af X Pi ,MJ , Ox -ffl X v4 I 1 IL N 240 X NN ,xmas N 5 xr! l, xN I X .xgdgfv gg 54.0 7, Sf x llff N f . . . Here . . . .Here . . . .There . . . .Here . . . .There . , . .There . . . .There . . . .Here . . . .There . . . .Here Russell Daniel .... Halfback Frank Zoeller .. ..... Quarferbaclc George Kleiber . ..... Fullback Roberl Beck . .... . .... End 44 85 77 ,-4.x 5, QQ EY", 1 J- ltbg-57 fl- ' ww ,Q jg Nqr: ' I ' , ,3- :ifiqy !,...m4x11 i ' "JE Q ,yi T41 3 lf 23 ., 7f!"L5 ff" ' V f 5231: ' 1' M g .V w "H . . . I. ,ww 714.1 , i ,SU -f' N-Try'-5 V43 nw LX 1 ff. . fw QT" W W:-5.4, ,. '-- fse. X1 ir X 1 'W' I fu N I. Cenfral 2. Manual 3. Sf.Xavier 4. Manual 5. S+. Xavier 6, Manual 7. Manual 8. Cenfral 9. S+. Xavier 44865, N 5 E, N' 1' ' ' ' A iw 1 in W- T937-B BASKETBALL VARSITY TEAM . . . Junie Weinmann, l-lerberl Walfam, Frankie Zoeller, Bill Buchheif, Bob Beck, Jim Dicicman, Ari Brown, Bob Zoeller. La Verne Marsh, Coach McConnell, Melvin Brewer, Bob McCarly. PUPS . . . Don Saylor, Waller Wolfe, Bob Oenbrinlc, Chef Linder- man, Gerald McCar+y, Roloeri Anderson, Charles Ruler, LaVerne Marsh, Carllon Marsh, Murry Farnsley, Kennelh Farnsley, Boner McAfee, Bob Reas, Junie Zoeller . . . SOPHOMORE TEAM . . . Franlc Tinius, Ralph Ellenbrand, Leon Bradley, John Walls, Roberl Carroll, Joe Dale, Richard Davidson, Elmer l-lilgeman, Ben Freeman, Kenny Brown, Gordon Thorne, Virgil Leisl, Jack Duncan, Bill Moore, John Bryanl, Jaclc Failh. MANAGERS . . . Bob Leisf, Raymond Korle, l-larry Der O'l'lanian. if xx 51 .1 Beck, G. Weinmann, F. Brown, F. F. Zoeller. G. Brewer, C. Praclicing 'fill six . . . swinging info Jrhe season wi'rh Reilz . . . easing lirsl nigh? nervousness in 'lhe huddle by sneaking peeps info The slands . . . lfor cerlain peoplel . . . worrying aboul Brewer's ankle . . . benchwarmers playing 'lheir own game . . . parading or slipping in'ro Lerchey's alier games . . . ldepending on which end of lhe score we heldl . . . Braving lhe Monday morning Coaches Associalion . . . +ha+ is . . . shaking hands alier winning . . . or endeavoring lo explain The loss . . . Jrhe embarrassmenl' of demonslraling for Chuck Taylor . . . l-lolding lively locker room discussions aboul women . . . Coach Thom sliding on and off bench during "ho+" momenls of game . . . Coach McConnell 'lrealing lo dinner al Blue Boar in Louisville . . . Bob Mc- Carly makes SLO8 worlh of loocl dis- appear . . . "can no find" . . . G88 D2 Lisfening lo 1'l1e business men speak ai pep sessions . . . Dinners af Woolwor+l'1's . . .during Hue fournamenis . . .Junie's speeclw in assembly . . . "We'll lose +l'1is lournamenf . . . over my dead body!" . . . Opfimisl banquet siomach-saiisfying end io season . . . Bob McCarl'y brings back Opfirnisl cup . . . Bulldog cake is escorled 'ro place of honor in cafeleria . . . where viewed by many pair of longing eyes . . . Coach McConnell precarious- ly balances same on fray aller scliool . . . The final gun . . . marks +l1e close of Hio mosf successful season . . . of The greal- esf 'feam . . . ever lo wear Hue ned and black . . . and display ihe Bulldog fighl . . . of our N. A. l-l. S. ,V K8 McCariy. C R. Zooller, F Wallam. G Buciwlneit G G. Dieckman, F I, 2 -f .uw T- GEMS! ' ff - - rw 'f EWESRI Nr-., ' N f vit Xigrfv I ,V ,. ,X 3 5, ue, mf? QNX? I I 2 M ' 'December 3 ..... .... December 4 ,.... .... 'December I0 ..,.. .... December II ..... .... December I5 ..... .... 'December I7 ..... .... December 22 .,.. .... January 7 ...,. .... 'January 8. 'January I4 ..... .... January I5 ..... .... 'January 22 ..... .... January 26 ..... .... 'January 28 ..... .... February 2 .... .... February 5 .... .... February II .... .... 'February I8 .... .... 'February I9 .... .... 'February 25 ...... .... 'S. I. A. C. Games. Here There There Here There Here There Here There Here Here There There Here Here There Here Here There Here SCHEDULE New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany F. J. Reilz . Corydon ., Cenlral ,., Columbus . Jellersonville Vincennes . Male ... Bedford . . Washinqlon Bicknell . .. Seymour Bloominqlon Salem ,... Bosse ..... Jelfersonville Sl. X ,..... Richmond Linlon .. Sullivan Princelon .. Slephens . . . Roberls . . . Salyarcls . . . Bryanl . . . Rah! Ralul . . Ever Iailhlul . . . leading I'he sluclenl' yells . . . in Iusly fashion . . . Cracking lhal "N" . . . Girls resembling clebulanles . . . boys, "firsl nigh+ers" . . . in new oulfils . . . Cheering 'rhemselves . . . al swealer Mr- CharIeS McConnell presenlallons . . . Rah! Rah! . . . cc xx 1 f Q Q Q x , x N.: , ,g X! I 7 X I K - 0 . www N W x . 1937 TRACK ROW I-R. Zoeller, Leon WN, H. Timperman, W. Waqgoner, F. Zoeller. ROW 2-M. Brewer, R. Beck, G. Perkins, W. Schuler, C. Bassham. ROW 3-Coach Thom, E. Kron. K 'PX r 'X 1 0 ' l a i p wi N JV Q N W 4 E f x M 1 x i . W! C W x 1 PM ri N MQ N Aix N .sw I.-Waggener second in 440 al Pelersburg. 2,-Frank Zoeller. 3.-Brewer, R. Zoeller, Beck luurdlinq. 4.-Perkins broad Jumping. 5.-Finish ol relay lriangular meel al Male. Fourlh besl in lhe slale . . . Winner ol all olher relays . . . Beginning lhe season by winning over Corydon . . . Then laking lhe S. l. A. C. meel al Vincennes . . . Whipping Pelersburg . . . Emerging from lhe Seclional wilh 73 poinls lo Vevay's 30 . . . Excellenl relay leams . . . lhe lirsl composed ol Beck, Waggoner, Crumbo, ancl Kron . never bealen unlil lhey placed second . . . al Slale . . . Donahoe, Bob Zoeller, Timperman, and Perkins . . . also wilh clean record . . . unlil placed lourlh al Slale . . . Carl Bassham gaining recognilicn . . . by coming in second in Slale mile run . . . Beck as season's high scorer . . . wilh 50 I-6 poinls . . . Perkins close compelilor . . . wilh 46 l-2 . . . l-low do lhey add lhe lraclions? . . . Timperman . . . champion shol-puller , . . Swealers awarded Wayne Waggoner, Timperman, Bob Zoeller, and Donahoe . . . Amassing 330 I-6 poinls . , . lor lhe season . . . Brillianl Season . . . cc ay -Bassharn-Firsl in mile a Male. -Bassham-Firsl in rnilo al Pelersburg. -Zoeller, B. Zoeller, Leon Will awail lhe crack ol lhe gun. -B.Zoeller-Firsl in 220-al Male. -Bob Beck-Firsl in high lump al Male. -Pele Tim pe rman-Puls lho shol. -Ed Donahoe-Finish in re lay al Male. -Timperman and Perkins--- Running lhe relay. YQ lf- . 4 AN' W wmwfvxxlvi Z G n R L S M' ,,, . T..- , ,W K, A 4, 1,11 , .:f,W,-W., M- 1 .. vw- , 1 ,is--',A,..,,M....,.. , . .... .MW ' ' - -1 5 I cc xr X 'fa WEA 5! WW X ,, A ,y i?ffjQiTQ3 A AT H I. E T I C S M Q52 4- f A 1- X .N N 44 up f 6 X 5 ' X A ' 4: . T 1 W E P I- y is 4 Q QW T 5'EcT1oNAL " -' 1 I ,TOURNAMENT ' 'T N X4 , QJJ, M is NA. 'I8 ffibpliik SPM QWM 'S 46 102' ff mf? Q '9' 1513? ' X 53 '- K LEADER Lf: -.7 QFZZB CALKRYJNQ THE Bumpm OF THE fs efwo , "1 ' ,c MY NEPHEW . X ,X V SMD 1 .PHYSICAL Evucfmon - 6' X r I2 , D X , A f" V we ew Q 5 We Wx ...WQMWN ' W1 Eff J Nw Q I 15 , it W BQ Q wggf A NW' ff fga QALCULATILNE? X' ta' 1 I , - 5 61 A - V KAHL 6,145-L?-1 U' 'W V ", X K- If oumxw mme" he VXA 6 I, H LOPERETTPX f 1, , MALCULATE ' CEQEENIOR A-UI 5 X if A xi fl-A ww SENIQQQ . f - X We R P1cTURE5 ff? If wx 'im ,. Q5 ,,:fy, , , f fm4UW' w . 1 xfL7N 1 f' ' fr-um' -Z A fi Kg a2, ,,j 6m I fy W ,l NO FISHING iw 4, 5? W l W ZOFLLERS 1 M YQ, 7' 1fBLACKu A I 4 4 ,EEL W f I Q REED 5354 QW X 1' f f ' ,.f' " v ,rf , - 4 ,. , ' R lr- IA, X' 'mg' 41 1, J J' V M 6 ,AA f HOWARD" Dofgx If , J N N THFx'WRI6HT'WAY V ' M K by ARQUND - W fl' Eff! 7 , N.. SY .I X ' g 43 K LN Ax, We if TB. f-Mgfzj Q dx ? iQ5g MQQLW Eg f W g , . QQ ff ,xx -A 'iggwv 'A ,J ,yi K " i . , ..f' , ffef, Ss . V' - - '17 Q , f ,g f F - HTH!-V' ,A gyfnf ' 5 r 1 1 gf f 5 Q - sl fimef' 1 ff H , 1, Q "'A W "W-"" 5' ' I , 5 f ' 5 Q UNTIL we GET OUR NEW UNIFORNS 'l' - ,gr n 5, A f OR NOT IB! A EDGAR BBRGEN f fm g "www A , Q1 M x x w . F7 ,Q A If Kp? fr X I x ,I X LL.o ,Jf B I nf, K- g 72 4 - A ,Z if-'U 0 . ,-2i?'c.HAaL15 JT Q a 7 53g Q21 ' 9 MSCARTHY giflfg g J ' ,. N fa? j wMm.n' h,4QzgwQaf Lifjgg 4522 e ,g f ' 4' f l -Q21 gg y ' 7 fw 172 i f BMHFH UMW 1 .' LE lib fi soPHom0RE5 1 ,i X I FIRST TRIP ACROSS SQBIINSEFF 4-HTHE L,.x Q?Uf-2 f Q 'QC' X4 nb: , , X- X 1 Q21 ' H I : Ffwlous LAST XVQJXX 44 9 Q WOROS XAZNZ ?h 3 JS - ' Q Woo ARE wsmzsseo K--1 72 .. LIZ TD Your? Fins: 5 X V ' PERIDD ,. Y-ff S QZQE, Cmwswiwxawwww NQYH wife. S't?E'fl cc ww x 4 N AS Tl-IE DAYS PASSED Mr. Luelle and lwis Sfafl. Sophomore Lalin Club "ex i+inere". Aff Deparfmenfs Decoralions in Au- dilorium. Kennefh l-lay explains fo some lOB's- Paclqinq Spealcer "Clweer". Bill l-lull: and Marilyn Rodner Hlruclcin' along". "Pliilber'r" ready for a spin. AI Croxall enlisls in Speakers' Carrier Service. cc DD -w XX -N x f-N r , , f , 1 5 THANKS! The Senior Bloiier Sidi? . . .expresses sincere aoprecielrion . . . io ai! edveriisinq perrons . . . for . . . wiiiioui Hmeir aid . . . fine publishing . . . of a Senior Pmnuai... would be impossible. Complimenls of Finger Bros. Coal Co. Home of FAMOUS "MECCA COAL" Norman Richie, Mgr. W. J. Win'Ier, Ass"I'. Complimenfs of Lyon R. Riddle Agency Complimenls of Zapp's Dairy Buddyis Ivlarlcet For Fancy GROCERIES AND MEATS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Vincennes and Charlesfown Shop l409 FLOWERS Emma C. Muller Flower Shop I6II E. Main S+. Phones Res. 3 IOI New Albany, Ind. Complimenfs of WOOLWORTHS CAFETERIA SEPTEMBER 7 We plunge in'Io +he sea of educalion for ano+her swim. I3 SI'iII can'+ ge'I' used fo early rising. I7 Foofball season opens wilh vic'Iory over Seymour 24-0. 29 Blolrler assembly is educa+ional. OCTOBER I Bulldogs show Bicknell 33-6: I'irs'I' BIo'H'er 8 I2 I4 I5 I6 I9 2I, 25 under Ehall managemenl appears. Anolher N. A. win, fhis 'Iime vicfim is Evansville 32-0. Sophs Irod across sfage in usual fashion. Movies a la Chevrolel' in assembly. Male asfonishes N. A. by winning I4-7. Pep Hop a+ +he Armory for Band Uniforms. Sludenl' Forum on Neufralify given by Miss Springer's acfivily group. 22 Week-end lenglhened Io four days. Cause: Teacher's convenfion a+ Indianap- olis and Press Convenfion af Franklin. Mr. W. Ray Brigg s+ar+s Allied Youfh Posl' here. N. A. whips Prince'l'on I2-6. if 99 v DE SOTO PLYMOUTH TRINKLE MOTOR SALES Phone 2 I 2 Merkel ai' I5Ih SI. PACKARD INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS New Albany Business College Since I856 A SCHOOL OF HIGHER BUSINESS EDUCATION Phone 795-60I Elsby Building R. A. Wooldridge, Pres.-Dean Jeffries, Sec.-Treas. Nance Floral Shoppe Flowers 'For AII Occasions Everywhere Phone 4I2 I30I Spring Complimenfs of Emery Ice Cream Co. Phone I905 550 Beharrell Ave New Albany, Ind. 44 D5 Compliments of SCI-IULZ coALco. MAIN OFFICE I-' Sllracler Lumber 306 Pearl S+., Telephone 2787 Company 608 Pearl S+., Telephone 4I4 Incorporated East I5th and Main, Telephone 2786 Buy the Best RISCO HI-TEST Rissler Gil Service Station Corydon Pike and State St. Of course . . . THE BAKER CO. Printed and Bound 'Ihe Senior Blotter "THANKS" 26 27 29 Albert Tangora, worId's speediest typist, exhibits his skill. Movies of Coronation and WorIcI's Fair in auditorium for a small admission fee. Minervas demonstrate ways to conquer "Vim, Vigor and Vincennes." Team doesn't catch on: Vincennes has the vim and vigor. NOVEMBER 2 6 7 II I2 I8 I9 23 Salvation Army Iassies chat 'Io Assembly and Mr. Kafterjohn. Bulldogs play Manual 20-7 wi+h N. A. on IiH'Ie end. New Club! "Le Circle Francais" organ- ies with Mrs. Prifz as critic. Armistice Day Program. Mrs. J. E. Monf- gomery reviews "BuIwark of the RepubIic." I3 Speakers tag school and town. Break all records. Ernest Thompson Seton and Mrs. Seton +eII us of wild animal life. Kiwanis en- tertains grid team. "Three Cornered Moon" shines over stu- dent body. Sing Session with Mr. Wyne aI' the piano. Compliments of Edward I'I. Meyer Compliments of New Albany Council No. I22 Knights of Columbus KC D Complimenfs of Compiimenfs of I 1 l WlIIlam s Bakery Bakers of I'he Besi' Things Burdig Confectionery I I5 E. Markef S+. New Albany, Ind. COAL, SAND, CERAVEL, CEMENT, LIME, BRIXMENT, BRICK, PLASTER, SEWER PIPE All handled wi+h Ihe besi equipmeni so I'ha+ we can give you 'rhe bes'I' service E. T. SLIDER, Inc. AUTHORIZED DEALERS Mafhes Pharmacy aIso Undergoes Recons+ruc+ron HamiII'on, Elgin and Bulova Wafches Remodeled and All New Merchandise Irion 8g Larger and More Modern Sfore JEWELERS Vernon Iviathes I3I Eas'r Spring Sf. New Albany, Ind. Phone 64 Cor. Vincennes and Chas. Rd cc IO2 vw A Friend You Can Depend Upon. S C I-I M I T T ZZRSIQUSS Qualify Ouhfi Hers IIO W. MARKET MAIN ENTRANCE A Bigger and BeHer HELMAN'S, Inc. For Sporfwear Skirfs-Blouses-Swealers Slacks-Bafhing Sui'I's I"IeIman's Pearl and Markel' Sfa ndard and Porfa ble ROYAL TYPEWRITERS eteyygledde P1'111t1119- Qplpan I33 E. Spring S+. OFFICE APPLIANCES FOUNTAIN PENS Kodaks and Movie Cameras 24 25 DE 3 4 7 7. IO II I4 I5 I6 I7 2I Journalism Pep Session begins if: Band Pep Session af Elks is +he climax. Thanks- giving vacafion begins, inciden+aIIy. S+. Xavier beafs us I3-7. We drown our +roubIes in Thanksgiving 'I'urkey. Carl Bass- ham wins Turkey Tro'I'. CEMBER Bulldogs open nel season by beaI'ing Reifz 39-I2. We 'rake care of Corydon 35-20. Mid-year Grads choose Marshall Harmon leader. 8 Band "Varie+y Show" very spicy. SI00 realized foward uniforms. Miss RyaII's Sophs puf on rousing asesmbly, 'Iirs+ in nine years: make Seniors feel aged: N. A. 28, Evansville lCen'IraIl I9. Nex+ viclim of mighly Dogs: Columbus 37-26. Second Forum has as subjec'I': "The Splifs in 'I'he Ranks of Labor." Joy reigns-N. A. 2I, Je'FF. I9. N. A. Roofers slill walking on air. N. A. 32: Vincennes 30. Griclders receive IeHers in assembly. Comp imenfs of THE CULLEN COMPANY SILVER GROVE ICE CREAM Phones 32I and I283 623 Indiana Avenue cc ur SMART CLOTHING - HATS - ACCESSORIES JOHN B. MITCHELL "Qualify Apparel for Men" 3I2 Pearl Sireef CompIimen+s of THE WHITE HOUSE SOUTHERN INDIANA'S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE PEARL STREET NEW ALBANY PURITY MAID 44 IO4 up 22 Speaker-Wrangler Chrisimas Play "The Yule Log" spreads +he old spirif over assembly. School fafzes a Iwo-week's resr. 3I New Year's Eve falls on Friday. JANUARY 3 Back +o school. The Besf is None 'I'oo Good for You ThaI"s Why fhe GRAND Leads in +he besr of picrures and fhe 6 Second sing fest Vocal chords suffer 'From such early morning exercise. We wallop Bedford 27-20. I5 Dogs +ake Bicknell and Seymour in succession. Mid Year Graduarion. Beginning of a new sfruggleg namely, second semesfer. Mr. Reinecke, G-Man, +eIIs us excifing fales. N. A. 40, Bosse I6. Dave Hedden, Roberf Blyihe and Kenfon Meyer impress Rofar- ians wifh +heir Wrangling. FEBRUARY We'd like no'I' +o menfion if. Jeff 26, N. A. 24. Assembly "+o make +he Prof. Woffasch- nozzle BloHer Bug grow." Tweedlums, 'I'he pup, escapes and is capfured. Richmond loses +o us 33-I9. Ulmosf in comforl' Dis+inc+ive Coifliures by DeLuxe Beauty Shoppe I I I8 E. Spring Phone I477-W Experienced Operafors I"lospitaI Pharmacy Likewise Limon 57-ZI. Easf 7+h and Spring S+. New Albany, Ind. Sullivan Iakes S. I. A. C. +i+Ie from us. Washingfong Bi.-fhday. PI'lOl1eS IIJUSI CBII-'Tha+'S All" Debafers bear Hunfingburg. ENDRIS 8. SON JEWELERS New Albany High SchooI's Official Jewelers Class Rings and Pins-Qualify Jewelers J. O ENDRIS 84 SON 320 Pearl S+ree+ K IO5 D TWYMAN-BOCARD CO. New Albany, Ind. Manufac+urers of Genuine Engravings Commencemenf lnvi'raI'ions and Cards-Weclding Announccmonls Sympalhy Cards, Visifing Carcls, Birfh Cards, Le++erheacIs and Envelopes There is no Subs+i'I'u'I'e for The Genuine-Your Friends will know 'Ihe Difference MARCH 3, 4, 5 SecI'ional a+ Jeff wif? N. A. on 'I'op. G F A C Jeff is pul' in i'I's proper pace. I2 Regional here. Bedford was ius+ "on". ra uto Ompany I4 Firs+ "S'I'udenI' Talenl' Show" backed by Bl0I'I'e"' Genlusv Weld 5aY- 322-25-27 Vincennes SI. I8 BloH'er Mixer held in Girls' Gym. I9 Semi-Finals al' Vincennes. This Bedford Iuckl . . 20 Speaker Alumnae Tea. DISTIIIDUTOIS of 2I Band members are awarded leH'ers ancl swea+ers. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH 25 Senior Class Eleciions. 28 Speakers vicforious over old enemy, Wranglers, in "Professor Quiz" assembly. 29 Barre++ Jr. High Band. 30 Somefhing new! "Growing Pains" enjoyed. APRIL . I Jeanne Salyards, Virginia Jasper and Eve- I:UI'1I4 S RCSIZBUFBHI lyn Conner win Annual Beau+y Con+es+. 5 Easfs win Ihe righi' 'Io go Io S'Ia+e Musical ConI'es+. I h 6 Second "SI'uden+ Ta enI' S ow". 6 Tuberculosis Tesfs Adminisfered. "Con- Formerly sumpI'ive Co-Opera'I'ive Associa+ion" KENIS KITCHEN formecl. 9 Commercial sI'udenI's bring home honors from Danville. Complimen+s of MUTUAL TRUST AND DEPOSIT CO. "Congra'ruIa+ions, GracIua+es!" cc an '.'.'.'.-.-.-.-.'.'.'.'.'.""". . .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'J.'.'.5.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."' "' ' - Sight Is Priceless . . . Light Is Chea I Nia I V f 7 x .T Pvotect Priceless Eyes When cheap eleclricily will provide proper lighl for a lew cenls, There is no need lo rislc slraining your c:hild's priceless eyes. One ol lhe suresl ways of prorecling eyes from srrain is lo make cerlain 'rhal proper Iighr is available for reading or sludying. Lighl ilsell is nor enough: glare from unshaded lighl bulbs is harmful lo eyes. The lighl should be clear and shadowless, lilce lhal provided by The new Be-'rler Sighl Lamps. l'r's a paying inveslmenl in lulure eyesighll MPANY OF INDIANA I I BasIce+baII feam and cheer Ieaders ge+ +heir awards. I5 Good Friday Services a+ school. I6 Firs+ Irack meei' ai' Corydon. Win for Complimenfs of N' A' I7 Eas'rer Sunday. I9, 20 "The Ouflaw King" appears, Iooking almosf professional. American Security CQ. 22 Seymour, Bedford, N. A. meef, which we also win. 23 Business division wins again ai' Muncie. 25 Sarah and Mona Alice Eas+ Iake Iirs+s in S'ra+e Music Confesf. Complimenfs of TI-IE FLOYD COUNTY FUNERAL DIRECTCDRS ASSCDCIATION George A. Krafi' Elmer H. Diecicman George J. Shrader The Seabrookflompany Thos. L. Mullineaux I'I"S A FACT! You Can Buy for Less ai I-IUFF'S cc 77 WOODS AUTO COMPANY Dealers In STUDEBAKER AND WILLYS Aulomobiles Good Used Cars GASOLINES OILS TIRES 26 We swamp Male in Irack meef, 70-39. Complimenh 27 Fosrer Gunnison discusses New Housing Problem. W J LANG 29 William Emerson Rogers in assembly. INDIANA CANDY CO. PAYNE MOTORS, INC. WALK'S DRUG STORE MRS. FRANK E. MILLER C. C. BROWN 8: SON PFEFFER'S BAKE SHOP CompIimen+s of MRS. CARRIE BECK IIIO Beeler S+. 30 Lose S. I. A. C. meef a+ Vincennes by nose. Speaker dinner. Whaf a conflicfl MAY 3 "HeaIII1 Day," sponsored by IIIG Rofary Club. 4 Conferences wifh Rofarians fo discuss vo- ca+ions. 5 Social Science Depar+men+ rules II18 ci+y. 7 Pe+ersburg relays. Ano+I'1er viclory. 9 Sfroflner wins Wrangler Cup ConI'es+. I0 Senior Clubs elecf officers. II H. O. FIa'H 'From Y. M. C. A. Ialks fo Seniors. I4 Minerva Dinner af Counfry Club. Sec- Iional Track Meef. I9 Senior Day. Kiwanis, American Legion Auxiliary and D. A. R. awards made. LasI' BIoHer appears. 2I Wrangler Banquel. 22 BaccaIaurea+e services. Rev. Mark Anfh- ony gives +I1e address. A. RASMUSSEN 8. SONS "Flowers For All Occasions" Telegraph Service To All Oul-of-I'own Poin+s Phone 96 cc rm Alter I'Iigh School A thorough business training offers fhe suresf and mosf direct route to profitable employ- menf. When business is good, fhe efficienf secretary and accounfanf are fhe first fo be needed by business organizations, and when business is nof so good, fhey are the Iasf employees to feel the effecfs of if. Correspondence musf be kept up fo dafe and cost of producfion and disfribufion must be known. Bookkeeping, accounfing, and business law af Spencerian are faughf by a Certified Public Ac- counfanf. Stenography and ofher business subiecfs are fa ughf by experienced and well-educafed in- sfructors. Write, telephone, or call at the office for descriptive literature. SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 8 I 3-8I9 South Firsf Sf. Louisville, Kenfucky Tel. JAckson 7l05 After Graduation, What? -I-he Louisville College of Pharmacy Insfifufed I870 Incorporated I873 Offers a four-year professional course with Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree. Pracfical and fheorefical 'Iraining under experienced insfrucfors. Only fhose really in earnesl' accepfed. A graduafe of a four-year Pharmacy course has many fields open besides Pharmacy. For defails and prospecfus, address fhe dean G. L. CURRY IO4 W. Chesfnuf Sf. Louisville, Ky. 4 IIOD 25 Bel Canio Tea Dance. 26 Graduafion. CompIImenIS of 27 Annual Skaling Parfy rolls off very well. J. S. GUTHRIE HATCHERY 3I Lafin Club Picnic al' Colonial Club. JUNE I German Club Banquef ai' WOOIWOfII1IS. 2 K. B. F. gradua+es cline wi+I1 Kiwanians. Junior Recepfion-"Se+ your sails"-Ohio River Moonlight fa11eCuthrie. Phofograplwy by RIDDLE STUDIO Complimenfs of JOHN M. PARIS JUDGE Complimenfs of WALTER BRUDER CITY CLERK CDA L. P . Cancliclafe For COUNTY CLERK YLE cc 5: CompIimen+s of CLYDE F. FINCH DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY CLERK Y Sppi' III.: App 'rcI CompIimenI's of C0mP'fmen'SOf MR. PAUL WELLS G, Republican Candidafo I: MAYOR C I I 'I' D 'I 'I' C pI 'I I WILLIAM B. JANES 84 ROY W. DARNEAL II2 SENIOR JINCELES From a foofball sfar on 'I'he gridiron To Vice-Presidenf of +he Senior Class- "Aw fudge," groans Sporfs Edifor Reardon "Things have come +o a pre'Hy pass." James Anderson's fun in 'Phe classroom: On +he dance 'floor he gives 'em +he whirls, Buf admi+s his favori'I'e indoor sporl' li' +alking +o all preH'y girls. When if comes 'lo wil' and humor One grad will head +he line, We laugh wi+h every breafh we fake, For Shirley's puns are Fine. Gu+hrie and Kirk, One fiddles, one plays, So 'l'hey've screeched and pounded Through 'lheir high school days. Surely George Joseph lTubbyl Walfers Will grow up and go on The s+age, For he's been swell in all 'rhree plays He's had parls in, al' his fender age. Mary Hammer was rhaf fimid girl, Treafed wi+h such abuse, Who, insfeacl of wri+ing "Please Exchange On lhe Blofler, wrole "Please Excuse." As +he feen aged brofher and sisfer lnfringing on each o+her's righfs, Hubbuch and Black in "Growing Pains' Jusl loved lo s'I'age fhose fighfsl Helen Sfallings has a very greaf giff, And +o all if is no ioke Thai' she knows how 'ro win friends And +he bes+ way +o influence folk. Croxall and English, Two dashing Romeos, Around and around 'lhey wen'l' Bu+ where, no one knows. Frankie Zoeller is so versa+ile, He makes A's on his reporfg He's The presidenl' of 'lhe "N" club And pops in baskefs on fhe courf. Margaret CIIIIIIOII Complimenls of LOUIS THORN Republican Candidale for Trusfee, N. A. Township Complimenls of WM. C. BIR CHESTER S. WENTZELL HERMAN J. BANET ROBERT A. LEIST FRANK A. HOPPENJOHN 44 ll3 up P X i-qiiw, -J We C,f,,?l' l c J .. N'px"'f1ZP2i:4g. , .1 V 'V AHN AND OLLIER AGAIN" ,Xxx x ' W 'wi f C. , v UF Q -xx! 3 tvlxx 1 . 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