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

 - Class of 1950

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de 1950 Seam Z NEW ALBANY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEW ALBANY,INDIANA Margaret Gohrnann, Editor Richard Pennington, Advertising Manager Robert Clayton, Circulation Manager , I ' Robert B. johnson, Adviser Jessie Ruth Bobb, Assistant Adviser 4 ,W Gr I I-oy, 4 ,,1N.4 'ff1R6il"f X ff I If .r ' , wifi P 1 'V 47 ., . 7 WITU , 3 e ,1 W. if , ,, -41 W ffgfzw X' qf, cf -NX I K1 fa, ,wt u yrgl-A all if Zu? X93 f Qfdjj if If' "'Te .r img A -Q5 U 1 l I 0, 4,1733-xii Q-I 'lf K! . 06' .dk 5 WM 'f'. 95' fl imxliaif 'R akwppzivll 'K v' 2 531341 'V .Num P' fljrwly A ll fJQ1igii'f' 7 V 'lfX,jx,, NA. ix F my 'ffffjiw g HI ,WXQ ws la .f 1 A I W f '54 ffl Y 4 g -L ' 15 , I QV Jlifffar , ,J , fig NX AS 'W my M mi X x N Q 7' QUE Wx If 0 ml? H . 1 ' I 'lil' Hllil Ill. P " - I t ' 9 , Jf N55 1"'Il Mu fn my Q ,:f,,:+ '5 K H' ' T, -XM' Il W ,Q g V -I-cj-L .lm Kvkx-Q -gbxxi N-ug I-M- Cu ly, N -Jig WR bi-.-.-Lytk.. N, ,Lw 17" 45.14l,-w,,-:Q wf Jig? 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The little things that have given out school its own place in our lives ....... the first day of high school ....... flood- lit NAHS on a big night ...... assemblies ..... our team ..... the reverberating tones of someone practicing on the organ long after the last bell ...... the cheer- ing sections ...... our own radio station. .... trips to the Annex ..... the march- ing band ...... early morning classes ....... lunch in the cafeteria ...... yellow admits ...... and so many little things that only we will remember. It is impossible for us to answer the question of what NAHS means to you, however, we have attempted in the 1950 Senior Blotter to record all the " many elements of NAHS that you will , ,. V want to remember from your most A - memorable school year. ,g ' ,' Al If , wf" ff1f43"" ' 'Nl l . r wlulmumx H l Mali, ' x s' ' 3 y I Q I Q rlx it fi! W ' X 1 f who 'N 44 ff ADR . '--,,. ll ' i -2 X t lei: ll N 'fkiilgll' " i lifififf.-gvlwl V . l WD' l 1 n .SS Wfihlvff TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS PEOPLE ADVERTISEMENTS INDEX I- I5 I6-65 66-77 78 - II7 IIB- I54 I55- I60 FIRST AND FOREMOST NAI-IS is . . . . . . that elusive yet easily recognized goal which we have heen seeking, hut shall never find ...... for as we near it, it moves yet fur- ther into the distance ...... hut we recognize that our years at NAHS have not been wasted. Wfe have learned many things ...... from our hooks and from our friends. We have explored and found a deeper insight into the complexity of life, and we have achieved a fuller realization of our individual place in this democratic society. 4...-ul" at ' as ' Q ww .Y 4- ? XF. - ,f1,,4i ,W . Q ,SADJNNS ' ,.., Ml , 4 ' 1 ,ZAQ ,fm Y r 5 an , a,.,.,,A,+,A., ! A. 5, 3 f, vw ,V ,H 37 7 fl f 4 Q 5 1 2 sw 5' M ' J , i f- f Af 4 ' 2 S 5 'E K? 35 2 , Q"-Q-... 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AND That intregal part of every srhool day ...... classes over ...... lockers fastened. . . . .books under arm ...... we began. Maybe too long, at times .... . .but never enough. 11 IQ-fa ai , 57 fi'-3 'kflguew sp x yy gf jf if I I NAI-IS is . . . . . . . . .and to many ir was a Very treasured and mosr important phase of srudenr life. lr was the ro remain fresh when all else seemed to go stale. Before school. ..... hetvveen classes ..... . wards ...... we each had our one particular friend. one thing or afrer- li! MF, .l k 'Ullman-. -I-...... we if Nw -Q54 ,ga A .62 f 3. Q 2 1 .:ffN"' 0. 1' .vii QV if-at-n , Alluill I3 7a ge fememfefzed 10147 NAI-IS' I I I S .... x ,X ff ,. X ,-,-I I .4 -,V 4- af .. ,V Z, ' ll .1 Z L 9 flip gg: V L4 fx jf X I X X f W? ff! V if X G If fff Qu Z Wflwff f' .AA A 4, Wx HG-I---f 77 WWW XX. E j iff' X S, Ay y , II fu W" J". ' --Q If . r ,L W, W N S39 X X W Q' , fi'-8' f ff , 1' ' , sl '- 15322-Q'1 -,QV f 5' 'GM . 59 , ,bl ' 5 N ' fig -Sz. 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I f l -w 7,-'fWQ1L'2fllf',,z--".:1"V '-fl! 43 , !'.11,f5 , Q ' ' ' 'uf ' ,. 925' f", 9522, .fini- I gi , ' -- ' , ,af 151','g, g:"..f..-1.1, -Pf-,ga 4 1,1 yj.y,-.f.iw,'vP.f.g- .' x 1 --- -..---" ' f,'n:,!q , 'u 41, "K f Q """f '-:1 .Gm oh-, 5-K A iijefgxilff ,"" 1 Mwififff' V' I A. 4+ fi K... wma? 5 2' fi age, ,r 5 xi Q QA 1 1 ,, Q W y X 38" T '- V f, 55,33 5 V. 1 - 5 S? .f 5',- ,w55'wi-'- f fL ,Q J' W .JW K2 4 , Nz' HV :FM A sf 5 S ,Q fr QIQ 1 I o v 1 , Robe:-i B. johnson, adviser. and Xliss 'lessie Ruth Bobb. .issixlam nlviser, go ovsr final layout of the Ivill Senior Blotter. ,X SCH!! si iff, : N F ' ml Q -1 Q Q X p K -S' 0 3 4 550' geglmdng 7 Sad! Witli the l95O edition, The Senior Blotter marks its forty-fourth year of publication. It was first printed in IQIJ6 as the senior edition of the school newspaper. The Senior Blotter staffs were headed by Mar- garet Gohmann, editor, Richard Pennington, ad- vertising manager, and Robert Clayton, circulation manager. Wfith the dummy copy of the book, Margaret won first prize in the yearbook contest at the Indiana University Journalism Institute last summer. Robert, attending the same conference, learned how to sell it best to its public. Richard studied yearbook ad- vertising at the National Scholastic Press Association conference. Margaret, Miss Bobb, and Mr. johnson also attended the national conference. The yearbook was also represented at the Indiana High School Press Association meeting, and the But- ler University High School ,Iournalism Field Day. Advisers for the book were Robert B. johnson and Miss Jessie Ruth Bobb. 41,7 xr 'T HWY UNI: larolyn Cullinx. Bt-lu ,lean XX.1ltt-in lit-ru Sublclt, .-Xlice Ann lulor Xlxrx Cioodxezr ROXY INNO: llerberi Robinson. llaxid llc-intl. Robert larpenter, I'.lII'l!lx lluftx. Nancy l.ee l'I1glCIIl.ll1. hloria kt-deli. Phyllis Pace. liobeila Ressing ROW 'IIIRI li: -loycc Iivlclwi. Russell Baker. Riclmrd Brooks. -Ioyce lbngan. lu Ann lmery. IS,irlv.1r.1 Reiscrr, Dorothy Walls. Nlarisue Indicort. 18 -of ROW' UNL.: hlargcnc Pignian. Norma Broadus, Carolyn Vfriglit. Rosetnary Buxald. Alo .Mm liorlac, ROW' TXVO: Billy ,loc liox, llarry Voylcs. xlo NlcClarncy, lfreda XVL-her. Mary xl.l!'Q1.lI'.'I Shoup, -lames -lcnkins. Stewart Roche, Louise llolilis. ROW' ililllil l': Paula Lewis. Kenneth lfrdman. Beverly Scharf, Nlary 'lirut' Scliart. -Ioy ct' XX'illi.inis, Patricia Hillcn. Mildred Weber. -lane Lilly. Staff positions lor the 1950 Senior Blotter were: Editor: Margaret Gohmann Advertising Manager: Richard Pennington Circufation Manager: Robert Clayton Senior Staff: Nancy Lee Engleman and Patricia Hil- Q len, editorsg Freda Ann XWeber, Joyce Willitttiis, ' K Stewart Roche, Rosemary Bttsald, Harry Voyles, i Homeroom Staff: ,lane Lilly and Norma Broadus, I J ff editorsg ,lo Ann Korbe, Betty Crawford, Dorothy 'I I Wfalls, ,loyce Dugan. I If f Activity Stall: Nancy Carnighan and Mary Margaret I Shoup, editors, Maryetta McMurray, Mildred Welder, Phyllis Pace, Mary Goodyear, Alice Ann I Taylor, Mary 'lirue Scharf. Athletic Staff: joseph Burke and Edward Siegel, editorsg -lames jenkins, Lee Henry. Richard B.ooliS. Mounting Staff: David Heintz, editor, Betty Wlinter. Louise Hobbs, Marceline Sutherland, Carolyn Cullins, XX'illi.tm Kemp. Donald Leist, Bexerly Scharf, Mary K. Stracli. Advertising Stall: Dotty Maddux, ,lo Ann Hanna, Paula Lewis, Betty ,lean Whtlter, Kenneth llrd- man, Betty Sublett. XY'illi.tm Mciiiuirlt, Marisuc Ifndicott. Circulation Stat: Billy -loe Fox, Frank XY'eber, Bettye lo Mclllarney, Patrick Duffy, Robert Carpenter. Russell Baker. Typistsz cglorill KKK-IL lzmrbylrd Rciscrtr Robert Claxton, ctt'cul.ttion ntanager. Xlatkaat'et 1-olitnann, editor, ' .intl litcliartl Pennington. adxerttsing tnatiaguti discuss their itlt-as lor the IWW Senior Blotter. 19 .-..,,,. llororliy XX .ills. editor. and Gloria Keach. business m.in.iger. discus ilit- first x.-iiiesteik Hlorrer with Robert Ii, -Ioliusou. Adxiser. eadfiaefw Staffs of The Blotter went from one of the mallest during the first semester to the largest dur- ing the second semester to ever publish the school newspaper. During the second semester two separate staffs were organized and each staff published The Blotter on alternate weeks. However, all staffs SLIC- ceeded in fulfilling the purposes of the paper. They found their work a training course in newspaper work, did creative writing, and kept students in- formed of the activities and organizations in school. They also interpreted the school to the community. Published bi-weekly the first semester and weekly the second semester, a total of twenty issues of The Blotter was printed during the school year. Climax- ing the first semesters subscription drive the "Blotter Varieties of 1919" was presented in the auditorium for subscribers. The annual senior-faculty basketball game ended the second semester subscription cam- paign. journalism "Ns, were given at the annual journalism dinner. Members of the staffs attended the Indiana High School journalism Institute at Indiana University, the Indiana High School Press Association meeting at Franklin College, the National Scholastic Press Association conference at Chicago, and the Butler University High School Journalism Field Day. FIRST SEMESTER STAFF RUXY UNI: Dorothy Walls. cdiiorl Bully .lean whllltf, features! ll.irb.xr.1 liciscrt. I-U.lllll'CN. RUXY TXYU: Mary li. Struck, news editor! Robert filjyluii, xporrs cdilorl Nancy c.lI'l1llfl1.lll. fearuri- editori Richard Brooks, sports? Charles. Nlorgau. news. Zu RO Ii O SECOND SEMESTER STAFF ONE XX' ONI1: Mary l'r.1nfcs lfllcnbraml, f.CXIllll'CS: Iva Ann Iznnry. fc.1lurcs3 Buvc1'ly Iilglic. ncwwi klujurc Dugan. nu-wx! Cuamlyn Clullins. .lssorinlc cdiumri Nhrisu: Indicml. fcuuru cdituri RtJSCI1l.lF,' lhxsnld, ncxu udiuzrl I.cc Hg-m'5. Sports, XY TXYO: Bcrnmc fhulcrx, ucwsl Ilurnnhy DuV.1ll, uxclmugu editor! Nancy lun Inglcnmn. cdmurl HAVUTJ I.1ngfur'd. xpurul -Llxwucw Bunch. :www cdimri NIJYIIIC Hurt, fcnturcxi XY'illi.1m Kemp, spcurrsi Allen Suluffcr, spurs uduur. i ,gm rw SECOND SEMESTER STAFF TXWO XX' ONT: Rubnrl C.n'pL-mur, spurlsl C.l1.1x'lL's Humor. xpurlsi liullx Suivlcu, IT-.xlmlxn-xl llxud IICZIIII. f.CAlLlI'k'N: .Nluc .Mm ,I.lXIUI', fC.lfUI'.' T-dxmri ,lu ,Mm Hanna. .'Jmn'Z Xhrcclim' Sxxlfwrlaxui. fu.1u11'w. ROXX' 'IXY'O: XY'illx.m1 Oni. Npurul lLixx,1rd S11-gul, xpmu udmwl Ibmmlf luixl. Npurui llzul limmkk, ucv-Z thulw I,-ukimk 3W.U411,- Nlmru L-dum-I l,.llI'lt.'I'x llutty. L'Xk"1.lIlL1U cdmmrl ,Xinldrul XX clwr. .nvmmlc ncxu udxrmi Nmxxm 151'-+.1JL1x .xw-L1.1tu L-L11Lm'Z ,I.mc Ixlly. ncwx udxr-n'Z Kelty lfrmmvss. uqvwi QIJCQLIJIIIIC Ilvlusiwr. Tk'.llL1l'k'N: kl.mu XXQIIN. .uwki.1Lc fcalurc cglirur. L11 ROW' ONE: Gregory Hawkins, Dorothy Spencer. ,lean McCord, Geraldine Collins. Patricia Jackson. ROW' TXVO: Robert B. johnson. Martha Riley. Leslie Hnlstncr. Kenneth Whlts. Robert Tcnney. web am The Reporters Club continued during the second year of its organization with the objective of giving freshmen, sophomores, and juniors opportunity to write for the high school newspaper. Purposes of the club are to develop the creative writing ability of those students interested in collect- ing matcrial and preparing it for publication in The Blotter and to give members of the club an insight into the journalistic profession. Since members of the club worked under the di- rection of The Blotter staffs, no officers were elected. 22 29 az During club meetings members of the club discussed and studied the various types and styles of stories found in the school newspaper. The major project sponsored by the club was the sale of official programs for all home football and basketball games. Proceeds from program sales are used to send NAHS journalists to state and national journalism conferences. Program salesmen for the year were Martha Riley, Geraldine Collins, Patricia jackson, Robert Tenney, and Kenneth Waits. Mr. Robert B. johnson is sponsor of the club. Um .1 lflfffldfly Qmdaaea The Wfriters Club is anothcr of the New Albany Senior High School clubs to be organized, for the first time, just this year. The club has as its purpose the creation of better writing ability among those students interested in writing. Sponsored by Miss Naomi DI. Kirk, the club has its weekly meetings on Tuesday. During club meet- ings the different types of writing were discussed. These discussions included the various forms of poetry and prose. Wfriting form was also taught to the members of the club by Miss Kirk. Also, during club periods the students tried their skill at all types of writing, al- ternated with talks and discussions of famous writers and their different styles of writing. One of the club's activities was selling candy after school. ln this way, they finance.l their club projects. The XVriters Club offers not only the opportunity for enjoyment but also the means by which students can develop a life-long hobby. Also, through this club, students can be taught to appreciate good writ- ing even though they, themselves, may never become great writers. Requirements of the club are few. A student must be either a senior or a junior and must have a serious desire to learn more about writing. Officers elected for the year were Shirley Shine, president, Barbara Reisert, vice-president, and Vir- ginia Nale, secretary-treasurer. ROW' UNIQ: llltricia Neely. ,loyce l..imk:. -loan Ticineyer. Patricia Stl'ic1el. liobetia Kessinger. ROW' TNYO: Shirley Shine. Larol l,,1lJuke. Isabel Stromirc. Virginia Nalc. Minnie Phillips. li.1rb.1r.a Revert. XX'iln1a l'ullwrson 23 new WNW ROXY' ONIQ: Mrs. Jessie Beard Long. Norma Osborne, Carolyn Radcliff. B.ll'lJLll'1l Allen, jo McClarney, Paula l.ewis, Donna Lee, ,Iudith Fleischer, Margie Spencer, Donna Plummer. Ann W'entZell, Xlr. Gordon Raney. ROW' TWO: -Ioyce Kaiser, kloyce Tabar, ,Iuanita Ther, Maryetta Mcklur ray, ,Ioyce I.nmke, Mary .Io Funk, Betty Crawford, Doris Hart, Joyce Flynn, Martha Broeckcr, Patty l-lartman. ROW' Tlllilfli: W'illiam Potts, Conrad Ringley, XYillll.ll11 Denny, Marion Pocker, Richard Wilson, Ronald Beard, Maryln Bennett, David Campbell, ,lames Corcoran, Donald Sislof. ROXX' FOUR: Harry Yoylcs. Paul Poff. .Ioseph Burke, Robert Kremer, Lee Hook, Pat Burke. Donald Iieyl. Charles Ilenniger, Richard Riely, james Zeller. el I The Student Council of New Albany High School was first organized in 1943 with the purpose to act as the voice of the student body. One of its most prominent activities this past year was sponsoring the magazine drive. Through these sales a concert grand piano and an electric organ have been purchased for the school. Another on its list of activities was the informa- tion bureau established at the sectional basketball tournament to inform visiting schools of local restau- rants. In addition, the Student Council was respon-Y sible for the schoolls outdoor decorations at Christ- mas. Members of the Student Council, composed of one representative from each home room, met twice each month on XX7ednesday. Besides business, the club discussed ways of improving the appearance of the school and means by which the students might become better acquainted. 21 The Student Council Executive Board, made up of the four officers, the sponsors, two seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman, met twice each month. At the executive meetings, various mem- bers' ideas for improving the school were presented and discussed. Each member of the Council made a report on projects discussed at the meetings to members of his home room. The students then gave their opinions of these new ideas, and in turn, the representative carried back the decision of his home room to the Council. The club's sponsors are Mrs. Jessie Beard Long and Mr. C. Gordon Raney. Officers for the year were: Joseph Burke, president, Paul Poff, vice-president, Paula Lewis, secretary, and Maryetta McMurray, treasurer. Y 3: l948-49 SECOND SEMESTER "N" WINNERS ROW ONE: Dolores Banet, Belva Appleby, Catherine Thomas, Betty Crawford, Juanita Banct, Bonita Krutl, Dorothy W'alls. ROW' TW'O: Beth Taylor. Juanita Ther, Janet Kinslow, Martha Reas, I,ouise Pfalvcr. Anna Mae Reeder, Mary Ann llurd. Martha Robinson. ROW' THREE: Mayrne Hurt, David Caylor, W'illiam Morgan, Lyndon DuVall, Albert Koehler, James Robinson, Mary True Scharf, Doris Ann ke p 'adfeged Roberts. To qualify for the Scholarship "N", a student must have a semester scholastic average of straight A's in four subjects and a grade not lower than a B in the fifth subject, providing five subjects are carried. Each student who maintained such an average was awarded a scholarship "N" at the special awards as- sembly during the spring semester. "N" winners for the second semester of last year were: Belva Appleby, Dolores Banet, Juanita Banet, David Caylor, Betty Crawford, Lyden DuVall, Mayme Hurt, Al- bert Koehler, William Morgan, Louise Pfalzer, Martha Reas, Doris Roberts, Martha Robinson, Patricia Salmon, John Schindler, Beth Taylor, Juanita Ther, Catherine Thomas, Dorothy Walls, James Allgood, Carl Black, Iris Canary, Cora Coleman, Robert Doyle, Geraldine McDonald, Anna Oeffinger, Alvina Renn, Dolores Schroeder, Richard Tichy, and Robert White. Those students who qualified for "Ns" during the first semester of this year were: Dolores Banet, Doris Bomers- bach, Mary Ann Burd, Donna Clark, Thurman Conrad, Betty Crawford, Jolene Daily, Donald Evans, Ronald Hauswald, Louise Hobbs, Mary Lou Kaestner, Grace Karnes, Janet Kinslow, Albert Koehler, Bonita Krutz, Janet Largent, Kathryn McFrye, Mary Ann Marguet, William Morgan, Patricia Owen, Yvonne Pressell, Anna Reeder, James Robinson, Jacqueline Rowe, Patricia Salmon, Jack Schamel, Kenneth Scharf, Ruth Stopher, Beth Taylor, Rob- ert Temple, Juanita Ther, Catherine Thomas, and Freda Weber. t Q-ns, g J A 1949-50 FIRST SEMESTER "NU WINNERS ROW' ONE: Louise Hobbs, Patricia Salmon, Betty Crawford, Anna Mae Reeder, Grace Karnes, Bonita Krutv, Jolene Daily, Doris Bomersbach, Donna Clark. ROW TW'O: Freda W'eber, Mary I,ou Kaestner, Catherine Thomas, Jacqueline Rowe, Janet Iargent, Mary Ann Burd, Patricia Owen, Yvonne Pressell. ROW' THREE: Dolores Banet, Beth Taylor, Juanita Ther, Janet Kinsloiv, Mary Ann Marguet, James Robinson, Donald Evans, Jack Schaniel. ROW FOUR: W'illiam Morgan, Kathryn Mcllrye, Ruth Stopher, Thurman Conrad, Ronald Hauswald, Albert Koehler, Robert Temple, Kenneth Seharf. 25 RUXY' UNI: Louise llohhs. Pat Salmon. Betty Winter, Nancy Martin. ,lnjfce W'illi.iins. V.id.i Kenney, Betty Kfiziwford, Patricia Hillen. Leslie Ann lit-ss. Xlaryetta Nllxlllffjf. llc-ttye ,Io Xlciilarney. ROW' TXYO: -lane lirown, .lanat Salyers. Imli 'l'.ivlor. -lovce lamke, licxerly Blake. Nlary Strack. Nlildred Weber. -lane l.ill5'. Dorothy Vfalls, Freda Weber. ROW' Tlllil l,: Mary Margaret Shoup. Maxine hlacohi, -loyce Mcl.in. K.lIlN'YIl Mclfryc, -luanita Ther. Marry Pllffi Milf? True Sclhlffy Doris Roberts. Xlargaret Ciohniann. Xlrs. l',iLricia lliedricli. ' Speczkew, Z , qfcwzafz Did you see those L'L1tC little green and white hats with the S on the top flirting hy every Thursday? Yes, they helonged to the Speakers. Q79 Nlrs. l'.ilrn'i,i l5it'dx'.cli. clulu wfon-or. raviewx projects xponsored ln Speakers during the year with presztleiits lretla Ann XY eher and Mary lrne Scharl . 120 The Speakers Cluh was organized in 1912 by Miss Rose Rudin and had 25 members. Miss Naomi j. Kirk was sponsor of the cluh for 20 years. This year it consisted of 51 girls, sponsored by Mrs. Pa- tricia Diedrich. As the oldest girls' organization at NAHS, the Speakers were proud to maintain their chief pur- poses: to encourage puhlic speaking, sponsor school programs, conduct social affairs, and help the under- privileged. This year the Speakers initiated a 'Speakers' Sit- ter Service", sold candy after school, and sold very clever gray and red plastic-coated hook covers. They also had other activities such as assisting with the Thanksgiving program by showing scenes of an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner through a large gilt picture frame at the Thanksgiving program. They presented, as usual, the Christmas play, "A Red Rose for Christmas," and also, as has heen the custom for the past twenty six years, Santa Claus was 11 lll li: In .i :mal scene from "X lhd lime for C l'I'islHl.lwu ,ire Xlargaret Cyonnmuu. Iince XX illiainw, Xlark Xlargnrct Shout. Xl.lI'XA'Il.1 NlcXlui'r.iv. , . , l , .sul li'etl.i .Kun XX eher, lilhlllz ,lane limxxii, l,.lll'lQl.l baliuiiu. and Berli Nptuiktis' L lu istniaw piwigixirll, on hand to give out presents. llnloxvever, unlike pre- vious years, he had to make a hurried exit at the end of the program when his costume started slipping.l The cluh also participated in the Speaker-XX7rang- ltr Cup Contest. Another special project was to give short talks explaining the work of the Mohile Unit of the Tuherculosis Association to organizations who asked that the program he clarified to their members, f l I-lflvl' I'u's1Lw.l "Allie Night lietoix' Q,l1flNlIll.lNM .iv the linalt- of the The lirst semester officers were: president, Freda W'eh:r, vice-president, Mary True Scharfg secretary, Betty Winter, treasurer, Louise Hohhsg and student critic, Doris Roherts. The second semester officers were: president, Mary True Scharli, vice-president, Mary lNlargaret Shoup, secretary, Freda Wfeherg treasurer, Maryetta McMurray, and student critic, Bettye .lo Mcfllarney. f ji v t 5? 4 W Rexit-ning ilu' yt.ii"s .xttixilies of their tluh. ilie Sp.-.iker offieqrs .ire all smiles. ilhej. are, RUXX UNl : li'ed.i NYuher, louise llohluw, 'lo Xlcf I.ii-mv. lietty XYiutei', RUXX TWU: Xlarx 'lrue Stlmrt. Xl.ii'x Xl.irgg,irvL Shoup, Xl,:t'yett.i XlcXlurr.ix. .y-' .Ll H,-....m,-- ROW' UNI : klosepli liurlcc. lzarl l'ansl:r, llavid ifiylor. Patrick Marguct, -Icrry Xlontgomery, liruce liallard. Lewis llry, Ceorgc Kraft. ,lack Gardner, Mr. Marvin Oakes. ROW' TXYO: Rolvt-ri ilicmplc. Reunclli l'rtlui.iu. Ronald Hauswald. llarry Voyles. ,Iolm Xlays. Robert Clayton. llonald Solrcl. Richard Ricly. Rene ton loiies. Russell lialxcr, W a , The Wlrangler Club is one of the oldest clubs ol NAHS since it was organized in 1910 by Mr. H. B. lN'IcLinn, former superintendent of schools. Mr. Mar- vin V. Oakes assumed sponsorship of the club in Robert Temple. llouald Sodrcl, ,loseph llurlic. liriice Ballard. and Russell lialicr present the liixtorx and activities of XYl!'.lHQlL'I'N over XYNXS. -vu -U z'ale4mea7 ca 1942 and has sponsored the club since that time ex- cepting for the three years he was in the service. The purposes of the Wfrangler Club are to pro- mote uublic s neakinv discussions debates and to ba 9 9 participate in any worthy function ol the school or community. Membership of this club consists of not more than twenty-live male students of the New Albany Senior High School. Members are chosen from the senior, junior, or sophomore classes, and membership is limited to students who have maintained an aver- age of an A or B in English and social science courses. The Wrztnglers helped sponsor, and members of the club participated in, the Spealqers-Xlifrangler Cup Contest this spring. The contest, consisting of stu- dents making a speech on some phase of social science, was presented before the student body dur- ing a special assembly. The annual Spring Formal at the Country Club, March 51, was a special event in the club's yearly program. The club also sponsored a "Wrangler" pep I-irst semester XX r,ll1,ul:r officers were Ronald llatisxyiltl, kloliu Nlsys, ,lack tan-tliier. .mil lienton glories, llurintg the see-intl semester ilu! club -1 . officers were Inhn Xlays. George lxratt. Iweph liurke. Russell lS.ik.-r. .ind liruct li.1ll..rd. session preceeding the regional basketball tourna- ment. The W'rangler Club was the first club to partici- pate in the XVNAS Series of programs, Opportunities Unlimited. Members of the club told their radio audi- ence the history of the club, activities, and purposes of the club. First semester officers were Frank XY'eber, presi- dent, john Mays, vice-president, Kenton hlones, sec- retary, and ,lack Gardner, treasurer. Second semester officers included Russell Baker, president, joseph Burke, vice-president, Bruce Bal- lard, secretary, George Kraft, treasurer, and john Mays, sergeant-at-arms. Nlcmbers of ilu- XX Llliglers club Aft .ill H1 smiles .ls IlWcX IuI'u1L1l,xLe plans Tor Llleir' .liilillal spring uljllcc tlllriiitj one of lllcll' clulw lilecilligs. RUXY' ONl': ,Iohn Hays, Kenton tlones. llonaltl Smlrel, lionaltl llatisxxeltl. RUXY' VIVSO: lilcharil liiely, llarry Xinlew, Qlurrx Xliintgouiqrx. lliinald Xliller lark Kiariliicr. ROV' IIIRI l: Robert lt-inple. llaxitl fail-ir. Kenneth lrdmau. liit Xlaieuct. Kitwue l'xr,11t. leurs l'rx. l,irl lansler. ROW' IOUR: Xlr. Xlarxin Oakes, ,lost-ph liurke, Russell llaker. lirucq ll.lll.ll'Ll. ZW ROXY' UNI.: Harry Yoyles, Kent Koehler, lfilward Siegel, Charles Hunt er, .lames Burner, jerry Montgomery, Morton Wolfe, Michael Doyle, Roy llamilton. .Iaclx Schamel. ROW' TXVO: Richard N1cC'l.ii'en, Fllis Flynn, Nlohn Mays. ldward Glove r, Benjamin Bryam, XYilliam Kemp, llonald Leist, Riclmril Brooks. ' ROW' 'l'HRl'ili: Donald lfvanx. Robert Teagarden. Donald Yeager, Robsrt Temple. -lack Tuttle, gl.lIHlCA.' Xlaguer, lienton Qlones. Donald Nloser, Mr, Robert XYillm.in. ,4 Ezeddz' 74 7 ' adlq The New Albany High School Senior Hi-Y Club has chosen as its specific purpose the Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y slogan which is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. The clubls general purpose was the extension of good citizenship throughout the student body of the high school. The club met on Tuesday, and during the club meetings members discussed the various ways in which they might hring about their dual pur- poses. Representatives of the club attended the fall dis- 250 trict meeting of Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs at Scotts- burg, Indiana, and also the spring district meeting at Madison, Indiana. First semester officers were Kenton Jones, presi- dent, Charles Hunter, vice-president, Morton Wcdlfe, secretary, james Burner, treasurer, Stanley Wzigner, sergeant-at-arms, and Benjamin Bryant, chaplain. Second semester officers consisted of Donald Leist, president, Donald Evans, vice-president, Mor- ton Wcblfe, secretary, Williaiui Kemp, treasurer, Don- ald Yeager, sergeant-at-arms, and Benjamin Bryant, chaplain. good U 771416 Jack Wag The Alpha Beta chapter of Tri-Hi-Y was or- ganized in October, 1949 under the leadership of Miss Etelka Rockenbach. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. Objectives of the club are to seek, to find, and to share. This chapter of Tri-Hi-Y is open only to fresh- man and sophomore girls. The Alpha Betas were a very active group of girls during the school year. They cooperated with the Omega chapter in selling food guards and clothes- pins, had a clothing shower for a grade school girl, donated baskets of food to several needy families, and ...Z ., J . ,swims sent pencils to Miss Primrose Hockey in England for her school pupils. In addition to all these charitable activities, they had a Christmas party, following which they caroled at various places throughout the city. Their other social activities of the year included a skating party, a dinner in Louisville, Kentucky, and a picnic. The club was also represented at all the district Tri-Hi-Y meetings. Officers for the year were Jolene Daily, presi- dent, Marilyn Schaffer, vice-president, Janet Sand- bach, secretary, Dolores Archer, treasurer, Marie Schlenk, chaplain, Doris Shaffer, sergeant-at-arms, and Nancy Shivel, historian. Miss Etelka Rockenbach is the chapter sponsor. ROW' ONIT: Treva Agan, Lois Motsinger, Shirley Paris, Marilyn Shaffer, lfmilie Stein, Nancy Shivcl, Doris Shaffer, Dolores Casey. Patsy Schmitler, Della Whittinglwill. Mary linglcman. ROW' TVVO: Shirley licdan, Darlene McCulloch. Marie Schlenk, jo Ann Smith, Linda Bowen, Dolores Archer, Shirley Martin, ,letra Martin, Marilyn Ncwkirk, jnyce Mittag. ROW THREE: Peggy Dupaquier, janet Sandbach, Jolene Daily, Carrie M cClure. Norma Atkinson. 31 ROW UNT: Sharon Tyler. Xlary Nlargaret Shoup. Mary True Scharf. Joyce XY'illi.nns, lfreda XY'ebei'. Norma Terry. ROW' TXYU: Xlaryetta Nltblllflly. lu.1nit.1 Ther. -loyce Townsend. Mildred XYeber, Dorothy Walls. I U f 'ze 6 76' C' To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community higher standards of Christian character is the chief purpose of the Alpha Chapter of Tri-Hi-Y. "To seek, to find, to share" has been their motto ever since the organization of the club in 1914 by Miss Elva Lou Rockenbach. Miss Ruth Braeutigam, the present sponsor, took over the leadership in 1917. The Alphas helped the needy at Christmas, con- tributed very generously to the March of Dimes and the Wiarlcl Youth Fund, supplied the school with Tri- Hi-Y calendars, and during the hrst semester in- stalled the Alpha Beta Chapter. They also went carol- ing at Christmas, had a special activity each month, and maintained a checkroom on the first floor dur- ing the basketball season. The money they received was used largely for charitable purposes. The officers of this club, composed of junior and senior girls, were: president, Mary Margaret Shoup, vice-president, Patricia Hillen, secretary, Mary .lo Funk, treasurer, Beverly Blake, chaplain, Maryetta McMurray, historian, Elizabeth Lorch, publicity agent, Mary K. Strack, and marshal, Joyce Willianls. TP ROW' UNIX ljklllillkkl Ilaveltou, 1.4 uke Cioulding. Glatiys l..nnb. Marilyn Nash. Nlary ,lo Funk. Nlary li. Slrack. ROW' TXVO: ,I.inei S.llS'C!'w. l'.llI'ix'i.l llillen. Nancy .'Xxei'y. Carolyn Conrad. liexerly lilaks. l'lil.ibt-th lorch, Xliss Ruth lllueixlii nn 32 ROW' UNF: Nlacqlnline Rowe, kloyce Moore, Marcia Shepherd, Carol Barlics. ROW' TNVO: Zoerado liacol, llonna l'ost:r, Shirley' liaumann. ROXY 'l'llRl-l: Nlisx Nluriel Y. liyall. Delores Bennett. Nlarcella Nlillt-r. Carolyn liaclcliff. Cara lynn Rlltuxls, Marjorie llieey, Barbara Craycroft, Patsy' Carper. Pure thoughts, pure words, and pure deeds combined with good fellowship are the objectives of the Omega chap- ter of Tri-Hi-Y. The club, limited to freshman and sophmore girls, has as its purpose to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Chris- tian character. Among the clubs yearly social activities were an initia- tion party, an installation dinner, a Christmas party, and a reception for the mothers of members and the club spon- sors. Members also assisted in the organization of the Alpha Beta chapter of Tri-Hi-Y. The list of special activities of the club included fur- nishing baskets of food for needy families, contributing to the March of Dimes, and aiding the local American Legion Auxiliary in the sale of poppies. The clubs fund projects consisted of checl-:ing coats at home basketball games and selling food guards and clothes pins. Officers of the year were: Sharon Weber, presidentg Barbara Craycroft, vice-presidentg Ann Biggs, secretaryg Marilyn Longest, treasurer, Maryln Bennett, sergeant-an armsg jean Wfilliams, historiang and Patsy Breen, chaplain Cara Lynn Rhoads was elected state secretary at the Camp Tecumseh state meeting last fall. The club sponsor is Miss Muriel Ryall. my ,:'g-fi, . ,,,,, cw- me ROW' UNF: Sharon Weber, juan XX'illi,1ms. Yivian iliaylor. Cfracc Drago. -l.lINfl l'lor.1, ROW' TXYO: llorene lierry, llilabutli Shoup, yI.HlCllC Clayton. I ROW' 'l'HRl:lf: Marilyn Longest, Virginia Ward, Patsy Breen, Cicrry' Selnnidt, Maryln Bennett, Nlary' lilorencr Ollis, Ann Benjamin. Norma Osborne. 33 X, 5'-iggat RNEI-'l.lNC: txlbffl Prince, Dennis Powell. Allen Schaffer. Reed Crosby. -limes lee. Stewart Roche, l.dg.ir l5.1cbn1.xn. STANDING: Glenda Garland, .Ioyce Kennedy. Anne Koch, Margaret Gohmann, Stanley Denny, George l'ngle. Nancy Martin. Nancy linglenmn Carol Schaefer. Anna Ruth Dumbo, Esther Rein. Nirs. Virginia Bigszurstaff. 441,254 eta Providing fellowship among students who have a serious interest in art is the purpose of the Art Club. Members of the club achieve this purpose through both their social activities and working together on group projects during club meetings. This past year, as one of their annual projects, the Art Club decorated the halls and offices of the school at Christmas time. Following a Currier and lves theme, they used the l86O period as a basis for all their decorations. Members of this club thoroughly believe that 'iall work and no play" can be extremely dullg so to off- set any possibility of dullness, they have engaged in many social activities during the year. The most in- teresting of these was a surrealistic Halloween party 34 where each member masqueraded as a figment of his own imagination. During the spring semester, the club members chose as their chief occupation the making of craft projects. Club time found these art students creating lamps, tiles, pottery, and many other useful and at- tractive articles. An A or B average in art courses must be made and maintained by upperclassmen interested in be- longing to the club. Officers for the school year were: president, Mar- garet Gohmanng secretary, George Engleg and treas- urer, Stewart Roche. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Virginia Biggerstaff. 767405 The promotion of better picture taking and de- velopment of a recreational or vocational interest in photography are the purposes of the Photography Club, Organized in 1948, the objectives of the club are to provide a stimulus for superior craftsmanship in the field of photography and to further interest in a worthwhile hobby for teenagers. The major activity of the club during the school year was the organization of a high school photo- graphy contest for New Albany high school students. The club also acted as local representative of the Eastman Kodak National High School Photographic I I Awards Contest. Members of the club submitted entries in these contests. A special project of the club was a club picture contest open only to members. Members displayed their prize photographs and then the club voted to decide the outstanding picture. During club meetings members discussed dark room techniques, the use of light meters, various makes of cameras, and other phases of photography of interest to photographers. Officers of the year were Danny Di Salvo, presi- dent, Richard Wheeler, vice-presidentg and Nancy Contlra, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Delbert Brown is Sponsor of the club. Q .0 ROW' ONIQ: Betty SCllNVk1I'I7, Norma Lamb, Aileen Sntler, Nlarilyn Kron, Marccline Sutherland, Marilyn Voignier, ploy W'oodruff, Linnie Croxall, Margaret Van Hook, -lo ,lean Steproe, Dorothy lJCcl.llT!P. ROW' TVVO: lfrvin Martin, NXVLIHLLI Frank, Alice Burkhart. Phyllis Pacf, Orrill Martin, l.lo,'d lfnlrlocls. Riu Wagner, Nancy Contlra. Albert Koehler. ROW THRFIY: Ralph llarvey, lewis Pry, liarl Frinsler, Danny Di Salv o, Richard Angel, Donald Den-,on, Richard Miller, james Bruce, Mr. Delbert Brown. ROW' FOUR: Harry Harmon, Charles Herman, Charles Wfzrren. Conrad Ringley. 35 i fi? Xlr .X. liulilei - lhliitlix Xitle ol' ilit- S62 The New Alhginy High School Concert Tiilllel tintler the tlireetion of A. Fieltler Myers, ranks top innong the high school bands of THLTTLIITLI. The lf?-19-50 year hits been one of many activities for the lmtnel. ln gitltlition to the iithletit ggnnes rind its iinnugtl winter .intl spring concerts, the lmtnel journeyed to lntliuniipolis, lntliainxi, to plity for the lntliunii SIL1FC'T1C'LlCllCl'S Association, to French Lick. lntliiin.1, for the Stitte Parents-'l'eg1chers Assotittion Convention, iintl to Shiiwnee High Sthool in Loiiisville, Kentucky, for it joint eoneert with the Shawnee hgintl. fl. -xl i . . T ?f'faz,"a. ,, f We ,:., ,V X ,mf 'sw' E slemff 5 SWE. R 30 Xlxerw, tlirettot, .is ht .iwpt-.w litnn iln lhiiin ni.1ii,r Liillieri llroxxn .Intl :xxiiltrs lS.iili'i,i Colxxt-ll, Xl.ireii l Q-infer! smut. ll.1nipLon, l.1uit1'liiii'Slic.1. Nl.1i'line itiril. .intl Xl.iilli.1 Rolviiis-in rt-,itll in liegin wie or their intrieite iimiiviixtis Ze game! A l.lI'gC group of stittlents from the lmtntl pgirtitiphetl in the district zintl state innsie contests where thev receive-tl intiny .nmrtls for their oiitstglneling iniisiei.inship. livery other liritlity afternoon nt 2:45 o'clot'lt the hiintl presentetl gi riitlio program over r.itlio station XVNAS, The seeontl .inntiixl New Alluny lhntl Chiinp was heltl ut Chnnp Bedfortl, lndiiinii, it week hefore school sturtetl lust hill. i iii, e as I' ,-M, ,.. . 1, .,,,.,. '- . ., 7 ,A ,. . 7 .r ' " ' . ' K fi it " lg ' 31'-S-L. ' 1 A .S , , .. ,,. ,, . -', . " X 'Y f. W' all H 1' . Y L T' ' . 1 wrt -' - F . . ' - 4" L ff' " . . i. . ,,,.,. 'E iw .. . . . , .V . 9 l L MA- U , In -I:.'.r1 . ,t f4' . w, ,' 6 .V ,', , I . . e . , t 2 I - I Q rf Q 2 . . k . Y 4 ' - . 9 A - L . . -it L K L at L The band forms tht- school's initials ,iw one of their mins' formaixoris on the fooilwall field, CLARINETS: William Morgan, Freeda Wlaggoner, Margie Spencer, Betty Roberts, Doris Smith, Sue Miller, Dorene Berry. Edwin Wfatt, Lois -lohnson, Marjorie Hisey. Fred Goetsch. Gary Nanz, Pauline Corner, Gregory Hawkins, lohn O'Rear, Phillip Alones, bloseph Proctor. Shelley Fendall. Fl.L'TliS: Marilyn Townsend, .lohn Hoglen. OROIE: Mary True Scharf. l5AssooN: Albert Koehler. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Patricia Stinson. Doris Radcliff, lo Ann Williztriis, Stanley Aebersold, blames Nance, leffrey Arcemont, Betty Evilisizer, Eileen XX'elch. TIENOR SAXOPHONIES: Kent Koehler, Yvonne Motsinger. BARITONI2 SAXOPHONE: Wfayne Baumgartle. A1310 CLARiNis'r: Janette Clayton. BASS CLARINET: Elizabeth Lorch. CORNETS: Coen Mix, Ronald Hauswald, Gilbert Brown. Reed Crosby, Nancy Wfilson, Kermit Morris, David Campbell, blames Farnsley. Albert Rice, Richard Wilstmiu, Blames Wriglit, Andrew Wilstuii, Loeta Ogden. DRL'M lN1A-IORZ Gilbert Brown. FRENCH HURNSZ ,lohn Salyers, Loland Sherfick. Marilyn Longest, Nancy Robertson, Barbara Colwell, Esther Robinson, Margaret Schad. TRLTMPIETS: .lo Ann Richert, Hermaline Sweet, .lames Hertling, Donna Kay Locey. BARITONE HORNS: Herman Hoffman, Wfilliam Suther- land, Patricia Wloodruff, Phyllis Wriglit, Martine Cord. TROMBONES: Roger Denison, lames Bruce, Marion Pocket, Dean Miller, Treva Agan, Darlene McCulloch, Mar- jorie Steproe, Donald Evans. BASSES: Alohn Schindler, David Caylor, Anna Terrell, lohn Wells, PERCUSSION: Frank Lorch, Alohn Hellc, blames Hurt, Patricia Barker, Leonard Hobbs, Ray Waltrip, and Carolyn Shultz. TYMPANI: .loe Kelley. TwiRLi5Rs: Barbara Colwell, Marcia Hampton, lacqueline Shea, Martine Cord, Martha Robinson. Haixmown ORGAN: Marion Pocker, Ranio PRonircTioN: Mary True Scharf. ffl ix- JK f, it ,i 1 i , , , 1. if , A Z H5 A RUXY ROXY lo niemhei's nl the choir. UNH: -loyce Applehx, Xaucx Nlartiu, Dolores licdden. lxelyn llurison. lnycc liasc. l,.iirici,i Wlwittiiiglwill. lloimld Sodrcl. XY'illi.im lolwmeyer, hllmcw 'I XYUQ -luanita Dyer, 'l'lieodorci.i Dudley, .lean Nici ord. ,lean longest, Mary plane llill, Norina Usborne. liohrrl Madison, Stanley Rohison. D1 ROW' ililllill: laiiet largent. lluiiwoi- Kiel. liorotlix licffunp. Nancy Recd, llnnna liistei. lhnnx lil Salvo, lfitricli Carroll. lioherr Schulcy. Iklll ROW' lOL'li: klacqueline Rowe. -Ioyce Nlooie. larolyu lleucliars. -Ianelte C l,13'livH. l5.l!'lWJl'.l llAlI'PL'l'- lllln 4 l'USlN- lilsls 5s'lN!1Wl- KCI1'WYl1 Xlifillllf- R Lfl "Start olt the day with a song" might well he the motto of all memhers ol the Concert Choir. Every morning from 9:50 to H7325 o'cloclt the comhined vogces ot eighty-seven students under the direction of Mr. Rohert Ii. Carter were heard ringing through- out the halls of the school. The purposes ol the cluh are to promote good singing for as many students as possible and to enjoy music through active participation. Other purposes are to gain poise and stage presence hy appearances in concerts helore students and the general puhlic. The activities of this organization are numerous. More than thirty of the memhers participated this year in district and state music contests and received numerous awards for their excellence in vocal music. During the Thanksgiving season a musical pro- gram was given lor the student hody hy the Choir and the Speakers Cluh. Soon after this, the choir pre- ' x A g 4 My 2 5 l A .1 l lcnliins, Willxim lox, Iuxllt- .Mine It-ss, llL1I'I'IL'l 5t'rihi1cl'. Paula Lewis, llfllf fi'.rWfirrLl. Xlartha Pyle. louise llolwlws. Haus. Qlaniss XYcb.'r. I',itrie1.1 Sirit-gel. Xamey Allen, Phyllis NY'isei1w.in. Nlyra XY.irruii. lictty NX inter. lan :Kim King. Hauull. liulty Ciogsxxcll. klir .Xml liorlwe, .Xmia Peyton, Sharon iliylcr. Doris Rcrls, Norma Kessler. cartlon. Qiuxiltl ilyler, Robert lloiigglas. XY.xl'l'cnx Xlcliltirc. slanct Salyers, .Io .Kim Loom, Q,li,1-1,1 Hugh, Sm- HJIIL-fi 1,-CHC 1l,,luC1,A Qtlrulxn yi senteel a Christmas Comsert with the Concert Band. Many reeortlings were made hy the choir throughout the year for use on student hroadeasts of radio sta- tions "5-Vl'Xh'XS-FBI and XVGRC. For the first time, music "Ns" were given this year to choir memhers who met a high stamlartl of aehiex'em',1it in the organizatiori. The Concert Choir reaches its highest goal each spring when it participates iii the Valley Choral Festival. This year the festiyal was held at Veyay. Indiana, and eighty memhers of the organizatiori at- tenclerl. Members of the choir also sang in the all- state chorus at the State Teachers Association meeting in Intliariapolis, Imliana, last fall. .X popular trio Qliosen Irom Concert Choir mtmlwcrs x Ciyiwfortl. l7.l1ilil lewis. .Hlkl lwyef .Xpplelvx who new .xeeimmylmel hx llalrnez Serulmer. .ilw .1 choir mt-mlur, xi Btu ef... . . . X' ef- 7 l if mf . . A' . . y ,1 , i if wi is if T s f , -'.' O 'e" - A A Q. I .ma . . M V V ff. .N Hkkk e a fi' N ' . I , M, x Pictured in their new white robes. Bel Canto members assembled in the auditorium before they began their Christmas caroling. They are: ROW ONIC: -lanet Largent, Kathryn Melfryc, Barbara Meyer. Barbara A llcn .Ianettc Clayton, Mary Ann Bord. -lane lfein. Phyllis Wfiseman ROW' TXVO: Amelia liime, Fred.: Xlfaggoner, iloyce Buse, llarriet Scribn er, llolene Webb. Betty Winter. Barbara Colwell, Marilyn Longest. ROW' THRICE: Louise llobbs, Patricia XVhittinghill, Beverly Scharf, Leslie Ann lfess. Doris Anne Roberts. Paula lewis, -lu Ann Koch. Patricia Spencer ROW' FOUR: Gloria liegieh, Joyce Appleby, Dolores Redden, Mary Bryant. Rea Bright. Martha Pyle. llctty Crawford. lleanor liielil, Carolyn Austin. ROW' FlVli: Bcity Nance, Nancy W'ilson. Christine Tcrhunc. Martha Poff, Betty Brooks, Nancy Recd, Carolyn Moss. .lane Lilly, .lean Metcalf. 74657 died 1 ' Un To bring good music to the student body and the public of New Albany is the objective of Bel Canto. Founded 25 years ago, it is one of the oldest and most popular clubs at New Albany High School. The purpose is to give girls of high school age, who are outstanding singers, a chance to participate in active choral groups. Membership into Bel Canto is by tryout only. Candidates for membership are recommended to the club and are selected by tryouts each year. At Christmas time the girls, in their new white robes, caroled through the halls of NAHS. They also caroled at many of the elementary schools and for several hospitals. Their big feature of the year was il-ll their George Gershwin show given May 3. The girls repeated this show at Fort Knox and Nichol's hospitals. The highlight of the club's social activities was their annual spring dance. The first semester officers were: president, Paula Lewisg vice-president, Leslie Ann Fessg treasurer, Betty Crawfordg secretary, Doris Anne Robertsg and publicity, Patricia Whittinghill. Second semester officers were: president, Paula Lewisg vice-president, Leslie Ann Fessg treasurer Betty Winterg secretary, Doris Anne Robertsg and publicity, Betty Crawford. Eleanor Kiel was sergeant- at-arms both semesters. Mr. Robert Carter is the club sponsor. 3 time 1.---' if Taking time out from their busy school and musical lives are Bel Canto officers Betty Crawford, Doris Anne Roberts. Patricia Wliitting- hill, Betty Winter. Eleanor Kiel, Leslie Ann Fess, and Paula Lewis. Q i f""'s . 1 gi ROW' UNL: Joyce Appleby. Betty Crawford. Paula Lewis. .Ioycc llusc. Harriet Scribner. Doris Annu Roburts. Leslie Ann Fuss. Pbjfllis Wiscntini. 'lo Ann Koch. Louise Hobbs. ROW' TXYO: Patricia 5pcnccr. l'rctia Waggoiicr. Dolores Rcdclcn. Betty W'intcr. .lean Metcalf. l5.n'lmr,i .-Xllcn. Nlary Ann Hurd. lit-vcrly Scliarf. Bar- bara Calwell. ROW' THRlfl'i: .lane Lilly, Marilyn Longest, Martha Poff. -lanct Largcnt. Amelia Kimc. Carolyn Austin. Nancy W'ilson, Carolyn Moss. lisa lifiglll. RUXY' FOUR: Barbara Nlcycr. Mary Bryant. Gloria Keacli. xlancttc Clayton. Llcanor Kiel, Cliristinc lcrliunc, Nancy Recd, Berry Brooks. Nlartlia Pyle. 41 RUXX UNI: Lee Hook. Donald Dodgs. l'red Cimtseh, Norma Shoemalte r. Shelley lendall. ROXY TXYO: Donald Pace. joseph Dorian. Michael Doyle. Betty Ann Schmitt, -lactjucline Shea. il'l1CUdOl'Il.l Dudley, ROW' Tltllil l: Xlr. Howard XXync. llarbara Lolwcll. Chrintine Terliune. l,o:iis Peak, Ann XYundcrlieh, -lean McCord, llerman Hoffman. 'mm Kemal lf one were to stand in the hall outside room SO l, meeting room of the Music Appreciation Club, he might hear anything from crew-cut modern to long- hair classical music. For in fulfilling the main pur- pose of the club, Mr. Howard Wfyne, club sponsor, chooses musical selections that will aid in promoting an interest in all forms of musical compositions. Organized just this year, the Music Appreciation Club is one of the newest clubs of NAHS. lt was founded through the requests of students to have a club where they might learn more about music. The club is limited to twenty members, but it is open to all students who have a serious interest in improving their knowledge of music. 12 a K ' After each musical number was played, club members held a round table discussion where they gave their own interpretation of the composer's idea behind his work. They also discussed the listening qualities of each number they heard. Upon agreement of all club members, modern jazz compositions were excluded from the club pro- grams and the majority of numbers played were con- trasting modern and classical compositions. Officers of the year were joseph Donan, presi- dentg Donald Pace, vice-presidentg and Barbara Col- well, secretary-treasurer. f4?vmc40fg Purposes of the Readers Club are to promote and develop the literary interests of its members as well as to help all students have a better understanding of books. The objective of the club is to encourage its members to read books on an increasingly mature level. The club was first organized in 1945 by Mrs. Catherine Lucasg however, Miss Olleta Tyler assumed its sponsorship in 1918. The club has its own library of more than one hundred and fifty books from which members may select their reading materialg although members are also encouraged to select classical and popular volumes from the school and public libraries During club meetings members gave reviews of books they had read, after which all members of the club discussed these books. Debates on the literary merits of various books were also given. The majority of the time, though, club periods were devoted to pleasure reading in order that members might have time to actually read for pleasure alone. Officers for the year were: Donald Harrington, presidentg Dolores Banet, vice-presidentg Jean Fertig, secretary, and Beatrice Banet, treasurer. J Ti?" 5 an ? ,dw ROW' ONIQ: Miss Ollt-in Tyler. Minette Harris. Frances lilinc, Helen lJuVore. Margaret Atchley, Doris Pearl, .Ioan Crim. llurbert Robinson. Mary Tevis, Beatrice lianet, Donald llarringtoii, Nellie Hargis. ROXX' TNYO: Carl Kline, Kenneth Norrington, ldgar Baclnnan, Leo Klein. Lula M.1eHall. jake Million. Anna Murphy, Dolores lianet. Doris Brandt. 4-.3 ' 74 202145-7776 "This is WNAS-FM the broadcast transmitter of the New Albany City Schools, the station owned and operated by and for the boys and girls of New Al- bany." This is a statement familiar to the students in Radio Wlorkshop for it is the station's slogan and opens each day's broadcast. The New Albany School City is very proud of this new station since it was the first low power FM station in public schools in the United States. It is unique in the fact that it is operated entirely by stu- dents under the supervision of two faculty members. The first program to go over WNAS was the graduation exercises in 1949. On October l, 1949, WNAS went on the air for one hour, live days a week. Beginning the second semester, it lengthened its broadcast time to an hour and forty-five minutes each school day. ln addition to the thirty-live regularly scheduled broadcasts over WNAS, the Radio Wforkshop is re- sponsible for the writing and broadcasting of "Hi- Time" over station WGRC, Louisville, Kentucky, and "Teen Timel' which is aired on WLRP, New Albany. The goals of WNAS are improvement of speech, improvement of instruction, and promotion of public relations. Last spring eighteen junior students were se- lected because of their special abilities to be members of the Radio Wforkshop. These abilities were announcing, writing scripts, operating equipment, and producing programs. Mr. Marvin Oakes, director of radio production, and Mr. Vernon Mcliown, director of audio-visual instruction, are the supervisors of the workshop. ROW' ONIQ: Mary True Scharf. ,Ioseph Burke, Margaret Ciohmmn. .Io Mcillarncy, Nlaryetta NIcN1urr.iy. Nancy Clarniglman. Charles Harris. ROW' TWO: Stewart Roche, james Murray, liruce liallard. Mary Margaret Shoup, Robert Temple, l.ynn I-luncilman, Guy Pricstlcy. joseph Marguel, f Lee Roark, Mr. Marvin Oakes, Mr. Nernon Mcliown. 4l W .,..,.. W- s 'T v V' N imli J Q? ,x , 'Inf-l40' AE -,gh L K .k 1. aux , X 5 . - ' ' ex. 1 5 V6 Q Pb 1 fu ,, if? 91, SP: ' 1 A A: ' . W 4 ' 4,4 5,5 fr i K K -seq :.g,h,' 3- vw f w 7,4 . 1, , L1 Ng . J, . ., K' A Sw-' er, m, ' gg , - -Mx , - :ff Mx Jr 1 , . , , , , W, ...,.,.. -. ., , 'Spf' 4 3 5 f f 4 1 r E .,, 5 ,Y as I . 2 2 .ai-M a. 2 4 9? Ar-an 5 3 'QQ Q " .mv 5 me jfk Xxx I VIOP: lynn HL1nqilm.m xxurlu lllk' umlrnlx ilu! pup XYNJXS un ilu' .1ir. ,IJ upfx liurkc. ISCIIY ,Iam XX .1lrur, Q muh Cmrdun Rmlcy. .md Rulwcr! cljyltlll gixlmg Illfif ldap un Xin' lxlxl-u'I1N,!Il ICJI11 wxur ilu' xx gckly 5pul'lsL.hl,'!' 1Hl'ng!'.1lI!. CI,N'lI'l4: M.1ryulL.1 XIKIXIIIVIQIB. Nl.1x'g,xr1.-t Cmlmlmmnn, .Klxuu Ann 'lflylmy .vui Cflmmx lic,1cl1 rulliug mln' r.x.ifn ,HIQIQCIICC ,ilmut cxunu rlml hxppqrlui .11 XAHS durimg lla: muck. Harry Y-myluw LCNIN mln- mlurfgmmununig.1Lw'1 uuurmlw umh-1' ilu' kiififl wlpwxmuu uf. cu-xxwrlx,-rw llymlx XYclwur .md lynn HL1nQ11m.m, l3L7'l"I'l1NI: Xlummlwxx uf llll' .xL1Ji-1-xisL1,1l imlruclinn .xml ixmtur-ummmunigx Mm Nutt' u:xJ.'r lluu d.luullm1 uf' Xir. In-.I llucl1r11ciwzur .wc Ibm' On. lluxmtmxl Iurrx, hux lm.-Nrlq, lfxlrxgk Xl.ll'QLlL'l. lJ.lXlLl Cnlwr. RUM lun: lJ.xuJ luv. L,u.fx':1L' SI4-111. Iklxmrd Vuiulw. Imfn lfrubc. R-mx Thru: Lum HL1nu1ln.1n. .Xlurmm Xxufllc. HJFIW Xmlss. frjnk YN. ulvur. Ur. I ful limlllllriwlrr, 45 ROW ONI : Betty: .lo NlcCl.irney, Maryeita McMurray, ,lane Brown, llirriet Scribner, Berry Sue Vance, Betty Sublsit, gli, Ann Ilollintl, Alice Ann Tgiylor, Betty .lean XV.ilter, Margie Spencer, Shirley ,lo Neeltl. ROW' TXVO: Robert Coffmyin, Donald McCulloch, Charles Hunter, xlaines liurner, Virginia XY'.irinan, Margaret Golimann, ,lo Ann Fisher, Nancy Clariiigliaii, Mary Goodyear, planet Kinslow, llilricia Denny. ROW' Tlllilili: Donald Sodrel, Charles Harris. Donald Deason, NY'illiam Nlietschlie, Robert Cliyron, Bruce Ballard, joseph Burke, llavitl Ileintz xl.ll'll1.l Trunnell. Nancy Viilson, Mrs. Jacqueline johnson. Well' Week - mt' .lyme Thespians, one of the most progressive clubs at NAHS, is doing much in developing an appreciation of the theater at Senior High School. Under the spon- sorship of Mrs. Jacqueline Johnson, this club has as its main objective the establishing and advancing of standards of excellence in all phases of dramatics. The past year has proven one of the most active in the history of the club. Their many activities for the year included their annual pep session, which this year preceded the Madison game, and the presenta- tion of a Christmas play. This play, called "A Merry Christmas", contained a cast of sixteen members of the club and was given through the facilities of the school radio station, XVNAS-FM. But one of their most notable achievements in l9il9-50 was the establishment of a permanent cos- 46 tume wardrobe. The members were constantly rummaging through attics, cellars, and closets in Search of valuable additions to their project. The wardrobe, which is Speech Department owned, will be constantly enlarged until it contains costumes of all periods and for every type of play. Working in close cooperation with the Speech Department, the club actively assisted in the pro- duction of the two three-act plays, "Date With Judy", on November I7-18, and "The Barretts of Wimiuole Street" on March 23-24. The Senior Class play, "The Man Wlio came to Dinner," which was presented late this spring, also received assistance from them. Through their participation in varied activities of a dramatic nature, Thespians are furthering their l.ll"l': Yell l.',1tlers for the 'lilicspian pep xcssion were: Blames llutnur, -Io.t-pli liurlte, XY'illi.1m Nlaetsclilxe. .mtl Don Nleflullocli. lllkilliliz 'ln-.1lwlt1's brexxintg when the 'liliespian teams representing Silxer lircelt ,tml New .'Xlli.mv.' gtl in .1 scramble mer the ball. goal of creating an active and intelligent interest in dramatic arts around NAHS. ln 1915, Thespian Troup 624 was organized at New Albany Senior High School. A member of the National Thespian Society, Troup 624 accepts for membership those stuclents who have earned the re- quirecl ten points through partcipation in some phase of play production, public speaking, or radio. To re- tain membership, ten points must be earned each year. One may become a star Thespian after accumu- lating twenty points, and with each atltlitional ten points may become a two point, three point, or honor Thespian. Officers for the year were: Alice Ann Taylor-President-Bruce Ballartl Mary Goodyear-Vice President-blames Butner Bruce Ballard-Treasurer-Charles Harris Patricia Denny-Secretary-Jane Brown lo Ann Hanna-Sergeant-at-Arms-Charles Hunter fi ,tt Nlcmburs of the play rcatlixig committee helping tn select J play for Tlwspians ,irc Patricia Denny. Bruce Ballard. Ricbartl Ricly, Mrs. klacqticlinc Llnlineou, Donnlrl Sotlrcl, .lane Brown, Betty .lean W'alter. and Betty Qublctt, 47 In RO ROW' UNF: glancll Ring, Mary llelen Niclnlosli, Connie Xlanus, Anna R ami. Lodema Taylor, Nlarforie lliscy, llarlmra Craycroft, .Io Ann l'ullierson .loyce wl.lIkll1S, Ann vviCl1llCll. ROW' TXVU: Carl l.ox'e, llerscliel Xlorrison, ,Ianies liutner. Xliss Cieitrutlc W'ilsou, llonaltl Nlcifullocli, Anna l'e.1lx. Xlargarer Spalding, Aloyce Sievclx- I ing, lliyllis Xlcllonc. liusxtll Dudley. Nliller, XX'.1ll.zce Nloultler. XX' lUL'R: Richard Nt-xxltirlt. lm: Monk, XX'illiam lohmeyur. Pai llurkc. XY' 'l'llRlli: Dean Xliller, lrauli lorclv, Clmarles llennixncr, lxennerli Nlcfflure, Rani Trinlxle. Lil1.irlt's llunrer. Daxitl lirinkworth. Donald ff!! de 7WafzZd'e 145 Wfilliam Shakespeare wrote, "All the world is a stage and all the men and women merely players." V. 7 ,.V. - Munilmers of the cast are lineareading the play "ludi.1na Giver," for their sr rch.-.1rs.1l. Slltllill .IVUZ lodema iliaylorx ,loyce Xlsfilltiixs, Phyllis Nlcllonc, tl Connie Nlanus. Xlarioric llisey. Dean Nlillt-r. Xlary llelen Nlclntosli. tl Kent lrinlsle are ftandinig. 48 As a junior Actor one has an opportunity to pre- pare himself for his role on the dramatic stage, earn Thespian points, gain poise in public, and practice radio hroadcasting. Experience in acting was gained this year hy giving a one act play, "Indiana Giver," in March as an assemhly for freshmen and sophomores. The cast included Lodema Taylor, Marjorie Hisey, Mary Helen Mclntosh, Connie Manus, Phyllis McHone, Joyce Wtltkins, Dean Miller and Kent Trinkle. junior Actors also presented a Christmas radio play, "Virginia's Letter to Santa Claus," over radio station XVNAS-FM. This cast was made up of mem- bers Don Miller, Dean Miller, Kenneth McClure David Brinkworth, Charles Henninger, Joyce Wilf- lqins, Phyllis McHone, jo Ann Fulkerson, Lodema Taylor, and Mary Helen Mclntosh. 1 Club officers for the year were: Charles Hen- ninger, president, David Brinkworth, vice-presidentg Ann Wentzell, secretary, Carl Love, treasurer, and Mary Helen Mclntosh, program chairman. Cluh sponsor is Miss Gertrude Wfilson. 1' . 4 . The Freshman Dramatics Club was lirst or- ganized in l9 l8 with the purpose of giving freshmen students a chance to appear in dramatic presenta- tions. The objective of the club is to prepare its members for membership in the Thespian Club. hleeting once each week, club members utilized their meetings by reading and discussing plays, studying make-up technique, and rehearsing the plays they presented as special assemblies. Besides the two dramatic productions given by the club, their special activities included a candy sale during the second semester. Members closed their club year with a picnic party during the latter part of May. During the first semester of the school year, the club presented the play, "Thanks Awfullyf' by jean Latham for a special freshman-sophomore assembly. Members of the club who comprised the cast were: john Wells, Mary Chris Koch, Judith Bocard, MQW Marilyn Clark, Donna Clark, Marilyn Thomas, Cieorgann Rasmussen, ,lo Ann Schell, .Jeanette Little, Barbara Mcl-lone, Virginia Long, Yvonne Motsinger, and Lois Heldman. The club presented a mystery play, "The Open- ing of a Door," written by Wfall Spence, for a special assembly during the second semester. Virginia Pleiss gave the introduction to the play. The cast included: Martine Cord, Yvonne Motsinger, James Vifeber, sleanette Little, and Mary Chris Koch. Officers of the club were elected twice during the year. First semester officers were Doris Hart, president, Don Bayle, vice-president, Mary Chris Koch, secretary, and Martine Cord, treasurer. Second semester officers were john Wells, presi- dent, Mary Chris Cook, vice-president, Barbara Mc- Hone, secretary, and Jo Ann Schell, treasurer. Plays were directed by the club sponsor, Miss Leota Rusk. ROV' ONl'i: Virginia ling. Xlartinc Cord, Marilyn Clirlt. liouna Clark. l.-Ls lleldmxu, Vir'gini.i Pleiss, Xlary Ciliris Koch. Doris Hart, l5.lI'lD.ll'.'l Mel lone. Rlioiitla Lynch. ROW' TWO: Llcanuile Little, Dorothy XYiggins, Cieorg.uin liasiiiixsst-ii, .Io.'Xuli Sclit-ll, Xlarilyu llliomas, lloris Radcliff. Lois Yxonne Nlotsinger. Virginia Ciarxin, Lluditli liocard. ROW TIIRLIQ: Miss Leota Rusk. Nadine Keller. Betty Schmitt. Donald llvyl, Slxnley Nlillcr, Nlohn Wells, limes XX'ebcr. 49 :QHTRW M ,Q . T5'3J5iP?15'f v. its IMVNX UNI 1 Riladys lamb, Nluanita lrank, ,lean Qlolinson, kleannette Cradv. Rita NYagnt'i', Kenneth Stiller. Robert Alxtott. llivalwtli Sclmarlf. ,lanet llillfm. Nlarilyn liucliheit, Nlargarel Yau llook. Xlr. Xlanrice I.. XIlllCl1l3Cl'AQk'I', IIUXX INN O: XXilliam NlcCQrary. -loan Thompeon. ,lack Schell. ll. C. Caud.ll, Nancy Xledloclt. INV" lenson. mludllli Ilccls. Xxandt l'I'.'lI1li. Rolella llaxlor. 'lox XX'ootlruff. RLUXX llilllil I: Richard XY'heeler. 41.-strut' lmt-rx, lames liruce. Nancy K HIMIIZ1. lilfll-IHI l'L'Hl11I1:loI1, The main purpose of the Senior Distributive Education Club is to develop progressive, respected, and successful leadership in retailing, It also helps students make an in- telligent choice of careers in the retailing field so that their abilities may be used to the greatest advantage. Too. they assist, constructively, in carrying out the local school pro- gram of distributive education The objectives of the club are to show the advantages of vocational training in distributive education and to pro- mote distributive education. The club headed the Polio Emergency Drive in high school, sponsored a radio program over WNAS and toured the Cfourier-Journal and Louisville Times newspaper plant in Louisville, Kentucky. On the social side, they had a hay- ride to Henryville, an Employer-Employee Banquet, and the Spring Formal Dance. They helped boost our team and their treasury by selling basketball team pictures. The club sent Rozella Taylor, Kenneth Stiller, and Richard Pennington to the State Convention at Indiana University. Janet Dillow, Gladys Lamb, Rozella Taylor, Richard Pennington, and Kenneth Stiller were delegates to the National Distributive Education Convention in April at Ashville, North Carolina. At the national convention Rozella was elected vice-president in charge of member- ship for the national organization. The Senior Distributive Education Club is a member of the state and national organizations for daytime co-op- eikw erative students in the retailing field. This is the club's third year at New Albany Senior High School and it is sponsored by Mr. Maurice I.. Miltenberger. The officers are: Richard Pennington, presidentg Rozella Taylor, vicefpresidenu Nancy Condra, secretary, -ludith Peck, treasurer, Kenneth Stiller, reporter, and ,lack Schell, historian. Discussing plans for the clulfs trip to the n.itiori.il convention are istnuetlp Nancy C,ontli'a. Richard Pennington, lstandlngj Ken- meth Stiller. ,ludith Peck. slack Schell, and Rtwella Taylor. Sli I Magis Building future retailers, making better sales- people, and giving better service to the public are the objectives of the junior Distributive Education Club. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Maurice L. Milten- berger, members discuss all phases of retailing dut- ing their club periods. The local chapter of -Iunior Distributors was or- ganized in September l9 iS, as a member of both the Distributive Education Clubs of America and of Indiana. At the beginning of the school year a field trip was taken to the New Albany tobacco warehouse so that members could observe a tobacco auction sale. Later in the year another trip was made to downtown New Albany in order that students might observe various examples of window displays. On the social side, the club enjoyed a hayride and wiener roast at the Georgetown Conservation Club, At Christmas time, members held a dinner at Wfool- worth Cafeteria where they exchanged giftsg and in the spring, they joined with the Senior Distributors for a formal dance at the New Albany Country Club. In order to raise money for the club, they had pastry sales, sold candy at basketball games, and sold basketball novelties. Three members of the club attended the state meeting of Distributive Education clubs at Indiana University in january. Those elected to represent the New Albany club were Evelyn Craycroft, Joyce Fer- guson, and Patricia Hartman. The club officers were Evelyn Craycroft, presi- dentg joyce Ferguson, vice-president, Mary Margaret Bauer, secretary, and joan Whitaxker, treasurer. ROW' UNIQ: klu .Kun Cgimlrhli NIJHIH ,Ml1,1lxr,iniier, lieuy Zimuiernrxn, ,loyce Stemls. lixelyn Ciraycroft. Pat liurclictt. ililielma llay, lhtty Kremer. C,.xrollt'c1i Noe, planet Looley. Nlr. Xlaurice l.. Nliltc-ubergur. ROW' TXVU: Patricia ll.irlm.1n. Nlary liaucr, Lloau XX'liitakcr. Carolyn Keiililc-y, l'l-.minor XY'hilc. Nl.1rccll.i Amaclier, ilu Ann Oldom, lielty Ott, I sllxer Sic-pliens, ROW' 'lllllil l: Charles liusli. Richard llamilton, ,lohu Dorn, ,leannine Schickel. 51 ROW UNI: Plullip Hari, William Alstuit, 'l'hurm.m Clouiaid. llaruld Smith. leo klein, Ronald Cmuiw. Herhcri lillvnhrand. RUXY FXX U: limes larnsley. liicliard lrnst, Gary Allen. llonald Smith. ,loc Stuinler, Chester llosea, lllifliord little. ROW' ililllil l': Xyxlyllkf li.iumg.irtle. llonald ulones, ltlward Moore, l.eniuel Sherrell. Robert Tlioinpson. limes liottorlif. llixid Stexens. RUXX ILULR: Mr. Xliurren Xlilchell. limes Nlaytiielcl. Szmusl Shine. Glenn Kanter. XXlLlllCl' Townseml. Samuel Cnndra. Klaines ll.lAl!Cll. , ,4ncZ Zinn Development of agricultural leadership, co-opera- tion, and citizenship are the goals of the Future Farmers of America. Although the New Alhany Senior High School chapter is only two years old, organized in 1918 hy Mr. WZIYYEIT Mitchell, the national organization of Future Farmers was organized in 1928. The first Future Farmers of America was patterned alter the Future Farmers of Virginia, a cluh organized hy vo- cational agriculture students in the state of Virginia. Memhership of the cluh is open to hoys taking 32 vocational agriculture in school. Activities for the year included an intramural haslcethall team, a farm service puhlic speaking contest, a scrap metal drive, project tours, and radio programs every Saturday morning over radio station WLRP. Other activities were productive project contests and participation in state and district agriculture contests. The officers for the year were james Didelot. president, Samuel Shine, vice-president, Phillip Hart, Secretary, XX7illiam Alstott, treasurer, Wzilter Town- send, reporter, and Thurman Conrad, sentinel. The cluh sponsor is Mr. Wfarren Mitchell. Qfmmaw of -7 aww The Future Homemakers of America, formerly the Minerva Club which provided the Minerva Lounge and presented the pictures in the rooms and halls of the school, is sponsored by Mrs. Judith Grigsby. Its purpose is to create better home and community life. Last year the club became a member of the national organization of Future Homemakers of America. During the year the club had many activities such as the formal initiation in November, candy sales, sale of basketball schedule pencils, and cake sales. They also attended district meetings, gave the annual Christmas Tea for the faculty, and sponsored a Mother-Daughter Party in March. The hivhliffht of this vast fear was a district cv cf l Y ' meeting of Future Homemakers at NAHS in March. The officers were as follows: president, Joanne Combs, vice-president, Mayme Hurt, secretary, Cath- leen Hardman, treasurer, Twyla Henn, parliamentar- ian, Joyce Jensen, historian, Doris Willianisg and re- porter, Mary Decker. Lois Singleton was secretary and treasurer of the state organization of Future Homemakers of America. ff' lollowing the formal initimtion dinner officers of the liuture llkJIl1ClU.lkCI'S of America are: ROW' UNF: Mayme Hurt, Joanne Combs, Catlileen llardmnn. ROW TXVO: Joyce Jenson, Music Cullen, Doris XY'illi.nns, Mary Decker, 'llwyla Henn. ww- ROXY' ONE: Mary Decker. Doris Xvvllllilllli. Nlayme Hurt. ROXX TXVO: llonna Spencer, Joyce McDonald. Twyla llenn, Mary I.nuR.1cstner,l5ctty l.eidolf. ROW' THRICIQ: Ann Henn, Josephine Lewis, Lois Singleton, Carolyn Gerdon, ROW' FOUR: Janice Smith, lfinina l.ou Veron, Nancy Glover, Joyce Smith, Betty .Io Ciriffilb. Niasie Cullen, Catlileen ll.1rdin.1n, Darlene Raustner, Grace Karnes. 3 53 RONX WNV: licrlju Liixmes, Norma llro.xslus. Nancy' lee lni.:lum.m. CQ.ulit'rint- ililiomas. Xlarisue lmlieott. Rosemarx liusiiltl. Norma liatliger. ROXX' lXY'O: Carolvn Nuvtlifrer. Norma Rodgers. liloswie lielwhart. .lulia Ii.-aeli. l'.it .'Xtlxins. lxzx XYism.1nn. 'lu.1nir.i Stallings. ROW l'llRl-l-1 X'clm.i plaeohi. Thelma plitohi. Doris Huhler, llorotlwy Nlacl wal. klovcu I-lyiw. lu-lm llarriwou. Ruth Stophcr. RUXX' l-OUR: .lu.lnit.1 liauct. Theeli l,llC!1lWl'.ll1Ll. -lo Ann lfrtig. l.oi-uri lxing, lv.: Ann limfr'y'. -lean Fertig. llolort-s lianet, In tliargu of the l'ulure liusiness ltxutlcrs of America iniliatioii were Iu.1nil.i lianeti lfaye NYism1nu. Xlrs. l'.1trutri.1 Ilieilrieh, Nlarisue l nslieoxt. Hrs. liathrx ii l llis. ,.l.'--.' ,. ., - ' we " 1146 The Future Business Leaders of America, under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth Wfampler, is com- posetl of Commercial majors, to whom the eluh offers an opportunity to prepare for employment, to de- velop personality, and to help members untlerstantl the business opportunities of the community. The cluh was organized in New Alhany Senior High school during the setontl semester of the school year 19-18-19, hteame a charter memher of the na- tional organization in March, I9-49, and is Chapter ln 51. ln t'l1.ii'ge of tht- lulure llusints l,.'.ulers of .-Xmsriea mitialion were -lllllllllj lianel. Faye m'lNll1.ll!Il. Mrs, l'.1lriei.1 Ilietlrich, Nlariwue lntlieort. Xlrs. lX.lllH'S'l1 lzllis. .intl Clathurint il lioinas. ,Km During tlie scliool year IQN-50, a survey was made of New Allwany lvusiness firms to find the types of offices positions availalwle for student or graduate ern- ployees. The most important activities of tlie clulv were the initiation dinner at the American Legion Home, january IQ, and field trips to various business places. The officers for the year were: presi- dent, lfay Wfisinanng vice-president, Marisue Endicottg secretary, Juanita Banetg and treasurer, Catherine Thomas. NSR ff "-X , by 'rg un N I Ni 1 eg f ' N M, xx. lxclxn llirrisifn .irztf Nornia lil'im.lxl.1s int rxieu XIV, loin Xeiniii In rc' Q-l!'.l to flic' Up, of olli,c posit:o'x lie ni.-:lil lmxc .lx,ill.llWle lu lug filled lwy 1 student Llviplinec. Conipilqxion of the liiisint-ss firm surxei is m.1tle lu Xorina l5.ulige1'. Xliss flifnlwerli Xxdmpler .md liiretti lxlnu. Xt Ilit llll X inilmtion ilmnei' Wert: KOXX' ONl: il lielnm Iacixln. Yclilm klmolwi, Helly Kirinmes, llullx SlUpl1CI'. l xclxn ll,ll'rison, ROXX IXYU: ,lulia lieacli. lu,lulI,1 Smllings. ll.lII'Lel.l ,Xtlclnm li inlla lxrurf. Xorn1.1li.1ilucr'. Xfiss l lllalvetli XX iimplcr. ll41isLeliulWl1,lI'l. 5.oi'in.1 liotlige llolorcs lianet. Carolxn Nc-idififier. ROW' 'I'IIRl l : .lo .Xml lcrtlg. lios4ln.11'5 liusaltl. lm .Xml lmeiw 33 -wwf- ROW' ONl'.: Mary jo Regot, Patricia Spencer, Doris Humphrey, .Io Ann Schell, Judith Fleischer, Virginia Plc-iss, .Ioan Riddle. Doris Bomersbacli, Nadine Ogden, Luella Deal, Edna Adams. ROW' TXYO: Verna Tripurc, ilacquelyn SCl1llllC, Gcorgann Rasmussen, Elizabeth brecnwood, Nancy Austin. Lcola Moors. ,Ioycc Sicveking, Betty Brooks, Incl Hottell, Margaret Marguet. ROW' THREE: Mrs. Lvelyn Simms, Ray Waltrip, Daiitl Allgood, lfarl xVUI1llCI', Cfarolyn Shultz, l'atrici.i Cfarpcr, Mary Ann Marguet, Richard W'ilf I son, .Iohn W'ells, lliillip jones. 7a 7wmfqw 0,4 Guided by Mrs. Evelyn Simms, members of the Junior Classical League strive to develop and maintain interest in classical learning, as well as to develop an appreciation and understanding of other nations. Organized in February of 1939, it is a branch of the National Junior Classical Leagues. Among its objectives are the studying of Roman and Greek mythology and en- joying Latin songs and games. msg' v. V t Q 1 , , . . .1 . t . mm A ,g g., v E 1 - r r . .1 af: " , ' ' ft r. , f A " " . ,, 1 i I J, 5 -Y. 4 4 if' . ' ' . 1 - 1 it F ' ' 17? - 'N' J V ' t ' ,M P' . A A . V, g Q., gg Presiding at the xl. C. L. initiation service were: ROW' ONE: Verna Tripurc, Richard Wilson, Rl,'ll'l.Z.lI'CI Unlike our other clubs, the officers are of Roman nature and each officer has a Latin title. The past year these in- cluded: Consuls, David Allgood. Mary Ann Marguetg Quaestor, Patricia Carperg Scriptor, Betty Brooks, Praetor, Verna Tripureg Aediles. Margaret Marguet, Earl Weiizler, -Ioan Riddle, Aloyce Sieveking. A full-time program gave the members little time for other thoughts. Among these activities were Latin Week ' programs, initiation, and as- sisting at the District Latin ' Contest. Each year representa- tives are sent to Bloomington to the State Latin Contest. As an additional feature, members sold candy at the jasper and Seymour basket- ball games, but their favorite pastime was designing and making Roman costumes. The most inspirational ac- tivity Was the traditional Ro- man Banquet which was held April 21. Niarguet, Iidna Adams, Phillip jones, Mary klo Regot. ROXY' TXVO: .Ioyce Sieveking, Patricia Cai-per, Nancy Austin, .lacquelyn Schutte, Luella Deal, Doris lluniphrcy. Inez llottull, Mary Ann Margiiet, larl xY'Cl1llCl'. ROW' THRICL: Ray XY.ilt1'ip, Ljeorgann Rasmussen, llniti Allgood. 56 mmm! life?-uma, ima "Parlez-vous Francais? Oui, je parle Francais," is a familiar phrase to those students who are members of the French Club. The club was reorganized this year under the sponsorship of Mrs. Irma Pritz. The purpose of the club is to develop interest in the culture of France and a love for the French lan- guage. It is hard to put your finger on just what high- lighted the activities of the French Club this year. They had the special La Fete des Rois CTwelfth NightJ Celebration, Valentine and Mardi Gras parties, and a theater party to see a French movie. A spring promenade was also enjoyed by members of the club. Making French provincial costumes was one of their projects along with collecting pictures of France. Practising folk songs and dances kept them quite busy. During their initiation members were not al- Qj 7 lowed to speak a word of English and were required to wear French costumes the entire school day. The objectives of the club are "By French folk songs and dances we strive to improve our ability to speak and understand the language and to increase our knowledge of the country and the customs of the country." The semester officers were: LaPresidente, Mlle. Donna Leeg Levice-presidente, M. Carl Farrellg La secretaireg Mlle. Anne Kochg La Tresoiere, Mlle. Vir- ginia Melton. ROW' ONE: Carl Farrell, Virginia Melton, Sharon Tyler, Paul Wkzltlier, janet Russell, Donna Lcc, XY'illiam Fdwards. ROW' TXVO: kloycc Appleby, Patricia Davis, Martha Robinson, Charles NVin1P, Darlis Lofton. Anne Roch. Donalda Hazeltun. 57 P G .1 .gli , 3321 V ' ,jijfgiifa .gf ,. ,.-Las. ROXX' ONl: il'lmm.1s Irakes. xxllllldlll lwing, -lames Murray. lllix Flynn. Kermit Morris, Donald lloll. Charles Sater. lewis l'ry. RUXY TXYU: Qveirrge lxixift. lolaiid Slicrficlx. Robert Schmitt. Morton XY'olfe. ,lack Gardner, Lau renee l'XI!UPlTl.llL llunlltl Berry. Thomas Lunch. XX lllmm Xlorkiian, RUNV lilllilil: larl lnmwler, Lynn lluncilman. Ronald llauswaltl. Uanild l'x.1ns. llarry Voyles. denied ffm To provide an opportunity for student develop' ment in science outside the textbook is the principal purpose of the New Albany High School Science Club. The Science Club, reorganized in 1948 in the Science department by Mr. Lawrence S. Rose, is af- filiated with the Science Clubs of America, a national organization. The club constitution requires that each member in the club must have had at least one semester of science before joining. The club operates under a system of rotating chairman. Each week the member responsible for the 'lb JU program conducts the meeting. Unlike many of the clubs, the Science Club holds two meetings each week, one on Tuesday and one on Thursday. During the year, the Science Club members made trips to the Gunnison plant, New Albany, Aetna Refining Company, Standard Sanitary Company, U. S. XWeather Bureau, United Television Labora- tories and the International Harvester Plant, Louis- ville, Kentucky, and Fort Knox. Each year members try for the many scholarships and cash prizes awarded in the science field. This year Wfilliam Morgan participated in the Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild Contest. Last year Williaim won a S100 prize for his model car body. qvlld ie 706545 Zdftdm To study and understand elementary aeronautics is the two-fold purpose of the Aeronautics Club. The club also gives its members opportunity to present talks and lead discussions on topics of interest to them in the Field of Aeronautics. This year the club combined with the junior Aeronautics Club and weekly meetings were held every Thursday. Great interest was taken in special projects re- lated to aviation. Programs were set aside during which various members reported on subjects pertain- ing to all phases of aviation. Numerous talks were given on aerial safety and recent developments in the field of aeronautics. Students had the opportunity to inspect scale model engines as well as assembling and studying an actual airplane motor. Officers for the year were: Raymond Potts, presi- dentg Ralph Powell, vice-presidentg Conrad Ringley, secretaryg and Lawrence Dillman, treasurer. Mr. Max Wiesman is the club sponsor. RCXY' ONIL: ,lmncs lrlqmwclinaim, Robert Combs, Robert Sellmer, Damon Best, Chirlcs Bush, Kenneth Hattbaujrgh. Vera Bowman, Marcfa llmptoi, Connie Nlanus, Mary llelen Mclntosh. RONY' TXYO: Andrew Wilson, Lester Dugan. Lawrence Dillman. Conrad Ringlcy, Robert Cofftnan, Ralph Powell. -lack Thornton. David Hcfntv, wvllllkllil Rodgers. Orrill Marlin. Mr. Max Nviesman. ROW' THRIQI1: Robert linobb, Richard Pigman. joseph Stamper. Robert Kremer. David Brinkworth. james Lee. Dennis Burke, Raymond Potts. 59 ROW' ONIC: -loycc Bailey, Phyllis Hassett, Marilyn Prather. ,loin Brook s. Virginia liogxrtlman. lnivctta XX'inip. Lillian jackson, Lois -lolinson. ROW' TXVO: Dorothy DeVorc, -Ioan Crim. hlarlsue Peay, Doris Criiii, Carol Sands, Doris lJuYall, Miss Virginia Young, Bonnie W'ilson. ROW' 'l'llRl-ill: Patty Acmmer, llclcn DcVorc. ROW FOUR: Margaret Korbc. 67 Zan 'Z' .lie Wfhen it comes to naming the most active club, literally, the Girls Athletic Association would rank iirst. The club boasts a membership with the Indiana League of High School Girls Athletic Associations. With the assistance of their sponsor, Miss Vir- ginia Young, the members strive to promote athletics for girls, A well-rounded program of sports was en- acted at the meetings in which basketball, tumbling, volleyball, and ping-pong headed their list of fav- orites. During the greener parts of the year, softball, track, and field sports replaced the indoor sports. Pic- nics and swimming were bracketed special activities. 60 The hrst club meeting was officially opened with a picnic on Floyd Knobs. Games were thoroughly enjoyed by all. Each Tuesday afternoon after school the girls played basketball in the girls' gymnasium. No dif- ferent from any other club, annual projects were given much consideration. This year the girls partici- pated in a ping-pong tournament which was held in March. The members were headed by an executive coun- cil which included: Marilyn Prather, Marlene Peay, Carol Sands, joan Brooks, and Miss Virginia Young, club sponsor. may Zane pcwlnefz To promote better social relationships among students of New Albany Senior High School is the purpose for which the Games Club was reorganized in l948 under the joint sponsorship of Miss Virginia Young and Mr. Howard Hundemer, Even though the entire club period was a social hour, the club meetings which were held on Tuesday were carefully planned in advance to further the initial purpose of the club. No officers were elected in compliance with the club's constitution, however, members of the club worked as a group in the planning and participation of the games and dances. mmKUt smnmmmzg Limited to forty freshman and sophomore stu- dents, the Games Club gives its members instruction and practise in performing ballroom and folk danc- ing. Members combine pleasure and learning, for the club strives constantly to improve the dancing habits of its members. Each club period was devoted to two or more of the different activities enjoyed most by the club mem- bers. Group singing and ballroom dancing held equal rank as favorites of club members, although, this past year instruction in square dancing added this form of dancing to the rapidly growing list of club favorites. ROW' ONE: Nlr. Foward Hundemer, Ida Craig, Pauline Corner. Patricia Voignier, Elizabeth Hock, Helen Duggins. .loann Bisinger, liurlcne Crayilen, Nadine Keller, Patricia Witt, Norma Brown, Bertha May field, Miss Virginia Young. ROW' TWO: Arnold jones. .lames Coffman. Gloria Belviy, Lois Crayden. Dolores lloten. Doris Brewer, Patricia Sands. M.H'ilYl1 Salesman, l'iCrCe Hurley, Eugene Lilly. ROW THREE: Homer Carpenter. Donald Brock. Edward Douglas, Dale flaws. Rosclla Anders. Patricia Barker, Mary Ann Richardson, Carolyn DuVall, james Stocksdale, George Hutli, Thomas Steproe, 61 ROXV ONIC: Carol Sands, Betty XVinter, Sugan Vyolford, Betty Hoclt, Martine Cord, Nancy Shivel, Marilyn Shaffer, Donna Clarlt, iloyce Cooper, Mildred Vfhceler, Betty Vfalter, Cathleen Hardman. ROW' TXT O: Norma Osborne, Beverly Schirf, Gloria lielviy, Mary Jo Tiunli, Yirijinia Xlfcnning, ,lanet Sandbach, Patsy SCTTIIITIICF, Mary Morrison. Jo Ann Hanna, Alice Ann Taylor, Jo Ann Holland, Betty Sublett, ROW' THRTCTT: Virginia Melton, Patricia Neely, Lorraine Henley, Nancy Englcman, Delores Archer, Linda Bowen, Norma Badger, Irene Hubler. Ann Granger. ,lanice l't'nger. Peggy ,lo Tllis. ROW POUR: ,lo.,ce Kaiser. Nlasie Cullen, Carolyn Shultz, Nancy Au tin, llirothy Dlfainp, Mr. Floyd llenry. et I The alley lights were clicked on, the first balls rushed down the alleys, and the regular Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- day, or Thursday afternoon bowling leagues began their weekly sessions. Bowling is one of NAHS's favorite indoor sports in- .lulged in by both boys and girls. The league was organized in 1946 by Mr. Floyd Henry and the teams bowl at the Pearl-Oak Alleys. Its purpose is to provide a healthful and beneficial form of recreation for boys and girls. It also pro- vides a leisure time activity. Each team had a sponsorhsome business person in town -wwho backed the team and sometimes gave its members bowling shirts. Also, each league had its own officers: presi- dent, secretary, and treasurer. The league members, all from Senior High, bowled in the Christmas Holiday Tournament and also in the National Telegraphic Bowling Tournament in March. One of the biggest highlights of the year was the annual banquet at the end of the season, at which all the members and spon- sors were present. The awards, medals, and trophies were presented at that time. RONX' ONIC: William Vest, Ray Waltrip, Mary Bensing, Patricia Spencer, Kay W'ood. Mary jo Regot, Grace Drago, Norma Broadus. Barbara Colwell. Betty Rremmer. Norma Rodgers, Rosemary Busald. ,loyce Ba.ley, Paula Lewis, Doris Uhl, Stanley Aebersold. George IJeArk. ROW' TVVO: Pat Marguet, .lohn O'Rear, Orrill Martin, Herschel Morrison, Mary Ann Marguet, ,lane Lilly, Louise Rowe, Carol Schaefer. Rita W'agner, Mary Decker, ROW' TllRliL: .Iames Lee, Kermit Morris. Allan Herman, ,Io NV.irren, Marilyn Berg. Carolyn Cullinx, Phyllis Vfiseinan. Patricia Rucker, Marilyn 7 X oignier. ROW' FOUR: Larry Deason, Norman Hale. Donald Moser. lflliott Phillips, Billy Rodgers, lfleanor Kiel, Betty Blake, ,loyce Belcher. loan Brooks, Marisue Endicott, Carolyn N.-idiffer. Betty Nance, Aileen Sattler, Arthur Shiyel, Charles Warren. Lloyd Paddock. Donald Rough.- ROXV LIVE: john Mays, Leslie Holstner, Homer Carpenter. Donald Deason, Betty Ott, Mayme Hurt. 62 Zena! ge 26624 Members of the junior Rifle Club enjoy a sport that re- quires patience and skill, and rifle shooting is a favorite with high school students interested in creating a life long hobby. The .Iunior Rifle Club of New Albany is affiliated with the National Rifle Association of America and, as such, is allowed to enter in their National Matches. Shooters par- ticipate in inter-school matches, national postal matches. and shoulder to shoulder tournaments. The purpose of the club is to promote marksmanship, sportsmanship, and safety training with firearms, lt is im- peratiye that members have good eyesight and good mental training. Last year Frank Stamper tied for third place in the Na- tional Champion Match, and the New Albany team, as a whole, placed tenth in the Non-Military Scholastic Rank. The club had its weekly business meeting on Tuesday, and night meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays. At the night meetings, the members learned about rifles and tech- niques for shooting. During business meetings the club discussed hunting methods and stories. This year New Albany had the honor of playing host to the National junior Sectional Match and the Indiana State Champion Match, both on March ll. In firing position at the Reer:at.on Center are: XY' UNTQ: Roy Xlahan, Thomas Xleliim. Rennetli lt'dm.xn. XY'illiam liwing. NV TXYO: Rtntlall lleclt. Bruce lri-.h. Robert Combs, Xvilliam liroher. Arthur Nlekim. The club sponsor is Mr. H. F, Francis and the officers were: Kenneth Erdman, presidentg XVilliam Ewing, execu- tive officerg Tom McKim, vice-presidentg and Betty Rob- erts, secretary. 5 fl Q ,Q G ROW' ONT.: lrank llelton. Richard NY'ilson. NYilliam ldwartls. Henry Denton. loland Sherfick. Robert XXvClNlN.lCl1. Arthur' Xlcliiin. ROXX' TXYU: llertuan l.l10l1l.lN. Dennis Murphy. Robert Combs. l.eroy Nlalott. Ronald lieartl. lean l'ultineer, llorix Pearl, lietty Roberts. ROW' TllRlfl': Xlr. Harley lx francis. Lee Roark, Tom Xleliim. wvillldlll fviingj, kenneth Tirdman. Witlliam Cjroher. Roy Nlahan, Randall Tletli. Mr. XVilltam XY'right. 63 ROW" ONIQ: Jolene W'ebb. Mary Goodyear, Marilyn Berg, Doris Ulil, Beverly Scharf, Patricia Neeley, l.orraine Henley, Mary Alice Burkhart. Phyllis Pace. Virginia Nals. Sue Denny. Aloyee liuse, Nlargarst Goodman. ROW' TW'O: .Ioyee lielcher, Carolyn W'right. Carolyn Conrad, Margene Pigman. louixe Rowe, llelores Rimes, Shirley Shine. Barbara lancaster, Nlary klo l'unk. Mary Xlartgaret Bauer. -Ioan Whitaker. Rosemary Barr. ROW' 'l'HRlil7: -Io Ann llolland, Dolores llisey, W'ilma Rimes, Thelma klaeobi. Velma -Iacohi. liarbara Reisert. Carol lallulse, Helen Stone. liobetta Kessinger. Xlinnie Phillips. lsabel Stromire, louise Gotilding. ROW' IVOUR: Mary Decker, Mayme llurt. Harriet Scribner. janet Cooley. Bette Sue Vance. lTCIly' Oil, lfxelyn Harrison. Ruth Stopher, Norma Badger. I 5 Fay XX'ismann, laula l.ewis, latricia Xyhittinehill. ROW l"lVli: Patty Pate, Carolyn Keithley. Virginia Melton, Margaret W'hitlow. Mildred Seliatl, Rita Shirley. Carolyn Neidiffer. Nlary Ann llurks, ,lo Ann liisher. Nancy' Ciloyer, Doris llubler, Nlariam klenkins. 7 Y ROW SIX: Alo Ann llanna, Marisue lfndicott, Nancy Carnighan, latricia Denny. W'anda Kehoe, 'Shirley klo Neeld, Sue Stork, Anna Peak. -lane! Kinslow. Carol Schaefer, .loan W'rielit, -losephine Lewis. ROW' Sl"Vl"N: llorothy l3uYall. Rosemary Hines, Rosemary liusald. Martha Trunnell. Rose Xlary l.eist. Carolyn Xloss. Nlartha -lane llollis, Stella liilks. Coleen Burden, Alice Hartley, Patricia llardin, .loyce Flynn. ROW' l'.lGllT: l.innie Croxall. Clara Nolot, -lo Ann Ruff. Alberta Rigshy, l"ya Ann lintery, Xlary l'llenbrand, Rose Ann liullington, -loyre Stemle, Dorothy MacLeod, Mary lolissaint, Dolores hlaeohi, Carolyn Cierdon ROW' NINIZ: -lo Ann Coons. llillie l.ou l.ogden. Katherine Smith. .lean Xletealll, Carolyn lleuehars, Betty' Nance, Shirley -Iackson. Dorothy Deliamp, Sue ltlaller, Marilyn Spervel. ,loyce Lamke, Yada Kenney. ROW' TEN: klo ,lean Steproe, klo Ann Korbe. lietty Sublett. Nlasit' Cullen, li Ully Kremer, Norma Rodgers. lilossie Ciebliart. Betty Keller, lieth Taylor. plane Brown, Norma l.amlv, -lacqueline lblesisor. ROW' l'l.lX'l'.N: lfmma l.ou Veron. lletty' W'alter. Alice Taylor. Nancy Martin. llarbara Allen, Ciayla Austin. Nlary llufl. llarbara llarper, Virginia llardin, ,lane Fein, kloyce Iylellonald, Loretta Ring. ROW' 'l'W'l I.Vl-I Calhleen l-lardnian, -Ieanette lingenfelter. kloyce Nlelin. Kathryn Xlclirye, Ciloria Reach. ,lane W'ells, Betty lloltle, lrma Stemle. Patricia Rucker, Martha llrosclter. Twyla Henn, -lean Nolan. 'zgcdfclag meme "Wfould you like to buy a pillow?" Many avid basket- ball fans of New Albany heard this question many times before the l9fi9-l950 basketball season was over. The Senior Boosters, in order to raise money, sold plastic pillows at all home basketball games. Red ties were also sold with "state" in big letters on them. The aim of the club is to boost all school activities and to develop good school spirit. The membership of the club is composed of lill junior and senior girls, who can always be identified at all home games by their block 64 Not to be outdone by the social clubs in school, the Boosters had many social activities. They chartered a special bus to Madison for the New Albany-Madison game. During the month of February, a valentines party was held at the Catholic Community Cellar. The Boosters had their annual Basketball Dinner for the team after the basketball season was completed. Minnie Phillips served as president of the club, ably as- sisted by Barbara Lancaster' as vice-president, Paula Lewis as secretary. and Mary Margaret Bauer as treasurer. The club sponsors are Miss Alma Fischer and Mr. Stanley Sajko. ROW' ONE: Emma l,ou Riely, Shirley lilaekburn, Nancy Shaelalett, Maryln Bennett, Sue Miller, Delores Bennett, Marcella Miller, Marcella Murphy, Carolyn Radeliff. Dorothy Pale. ROW' 'lW'O: Nlary Xlorrison. .lanet Sandbach. Donna l,ee, Llolene Daily, -lo A nn Smith, Patsy Sehmitler, Dolores Hardman, ,loan Scoggins. kloyce Kaiser, R ulh 'l'homas. ROW' 'l'llREE: Sandra Reseli, Mary .lean llill, Norma Osborne, Theresa Alolissaint, limma May Anderson, Virginia W'ard, Cara Lynn Rhonds, lflilabeth Shoup, glean Riddle, Mary lilorenee Ollis. ROW' l'OUR: Delores Arelmer, Shirley Ciootlale. klanice lfenger, Peggy lillis, Marilyn Newkirk. Juanita Beanblossom, Dolores Sherfick. llermaline Sweet, Patricia Davis. Ruth Schad. ROW' lflX'l": Nlary l'lue, Nancy Robertson, Llo Ann Riehert, Shirley Gaelic, Nancy Deem, Lois lflliot, Kay W'ootl, Dolores Knable, Ruth Melton, Ruth King. ROW" SIX: Marilyn l.ee, Shirley Loughmiller, Yvonne King, Norma Peterson, Donna Foster, -laequeline Moore. l.ola Bays, Regina Angel, liilecn Berryman, Carol Ann liarlxes. ROW' Sl1VliN: Nlareia llaniplon, Carol Sue Nlathes, ,loyee Tabar, Patricia Miller, Jean Williams, Anne Sinex, iloann Banet. Betty Baldwin, Patricia Collins, Zel DLI FXXHIDOIIN. ROW' lflCillT: ,lanet Dieckman, .Iessie Wilson, Carolyn Furlong, Shelley -I o W'olf, Bonnie Stephens, Sharon Koehler, Roberta liyrd, Gloria Belviy, .lacqueline Shea, Mary l.ou Sinex. ROW' NINE: l'milie Stein. .Io Ann W'illiams, Lind.: Bowen, Joyce Nlittag, Marie Schlenk, Minette Harris. Betty llocls, Mary Bensing. xlennie Nlelinight. .lane Riclse. ROW 'll'N: Doris llommersbacli, lnel Llean llottell, Suvanne Wolfortl Shirle5' l5-lUm3I1!1- command!!! 74 S ' "Come on, Boosters, yell some more" is the motto of the 'lunior Boosters, a club for freshman and sophomore girls who are interested in all phases of sports offered at New Albany Senior High School. To boost all school activities and to promote better sportsmanship at all games are the purposes of the club. The club. under the able leadership of Jolene Daily as presi- dent, has been very active in school functions. Members also sponsored 11 pep session before the Jasper-New Albany basketball game. Many social activities were enjoyed by the club. The highlight of these was during the spring semester when a picnic was held at Spring Mill State Park. Problems of money were met by having a very successful pastry sale. Other officers of the club were: Joyce Kaiser, vice- presidentg Cara Lynn Rhoads, secretary, and Carolyn Rad- cliff, treasurer. Second semester officers were: Donna Lee, presidentg joyce Kaiser, vice-presidentg Mary Bensing, sec- retaryg and Donna Foster, treasurer. Club sponsors are Miss Kathryn Ellis and Mr. Wfarren Hoover. 65 NAI-IS S ..... ,414 .mm 1 Q . .,.., .f'- ,,1:5P'9Q-7 X A, , -iff1..2,'1"wif'?ff 57.-fifwh ,if,j7.f7. vlif-Ab! ,M V ,Lf 4,-5.1-Q-.'.Q--.1-M f- 44.51-, ., ,44 Q--1-b-:gf,4fsa:'q-Q3 'Q ,QffifiQ?29f?Zif7fQ-55 A ff., ,,-J, ,,x,,.-. s.,.:,Q..kv. 1 qi -91.1-'Fx f 1, -7f'1x?'+ -fffzwv-bg: f Y' Vg -QQ, img- -1 -QW., qiggv .l, N. .V,g-.159-,3,SQ,g,v,.5,i,Q,Q59 , ' -i.g'Zif'- -e',nLv.' N? ' , ,5,,Q.,,gq.!,.,-5 i s QX 192"9?g-Ejq-,11':!' X5 X -flag--wr+,-f,wh xx . f ,5"'f?5lf9f3f-Wi' .::fw,m,-':?Sz1Tf.,q ' ze"-'fs'-,qw-41:9 S g- ffai-isiullflfv' XX ,x"ff4:'w.-9al- N -. gri..-5-?siFo'l:' x Q Q. 5 45- 53145-tv' X XX ls.. f "f., .mf-'H' K f . X x X u , VX QN .m we-lisa ' X ,.' ii, -X x N X 393 ,iq .. l . x , A L X - A xx-e-:Gig-: -'.,. X ixggldigyfgt "Y,-X X X x 5 W .x X 'xxxivlva-'f'.Y.. ' 'ax X iz. 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'g.rl' 'Q' A 974' ,Q-112523, f ,' 4' 1 12c"' - 4,15- J fl ' 1 .F if VARSITY Razz' one: Merle Harrison, Richard McClaren, Quentin Clay, Ivan Anderson, Paul Bezy, james jenkins, Richard Riely, Robert Schuley, Donald Deason, Harry Middleton, Robert Clayton, Frank Lorch. Rau' zzvo: joseph Kelley, james Hansford, james Butner, joseph Marguet, Robert Smithers, joseph Burke, Lee Henry, Patrick Burke, james Homrighausen, Charles Hunter, Keith Goodwin, George Kraft, Donald Paulson. Rim' Ibree: james Zeller, Phillip Hart, Robert Schmitt, Edwin Wzitt, Donald Everdon, Carl Anderson, Ronald Webb, Donald Yeager, Robert Carpenter, Donald Leist. 2 nad, mem' ind Ween The New Albany Bulldogs got off to a bad start by dropping their first football game to the Flaget Braves from Louisville, Kentucky. Flaget smashed through the inexperienced Bulldog team which just couldn't seem to get its offense moving. The final score: Flaget 27, New Albany 0. The Bloomington Panthers didnlt help the Bull- dogs' morale any when they scored a 20 to O victory over New Albany. New Albany, however, showed much improvement over its first game as the Bull- dog line held the Panthers throughout the game. Outstanding for the Bulldogs was the playing of their co-captains, jim jenkins and Phil Hart. 68 New Albany received its third straight defeat of the season when the Bosse Bulldogs of Evansville punched over two touchdowns and an extra point to down the Bulldogs, 15 to O. Dick Riely, Bulldog hal fback, averaged 7 yards a try. Scoring for the first time in the season, the New Albany Bulldogs romped over the Seymour Owls, 40 to 0. After being held scoreless for three games, the Bulldogs had touchdown fever as Dick Riely, Bob Clayton, joe Burke, joe Marguet, Ed Wzltt and Carl Anderson crossed pay dirt. jim jenkins added the four extra points. The Bulldogs came back again the next Friday to swamp the Red Devils of jeffersonville, 25 to 6. New Albany's hard running backs looked good but it was such linemen as Ivan Anderson, Quentin Clay, Dick McClaren, Bob Schmitt, and Phil Hart that really sparked the Bulldogs, play. Slipping and sliding, the canines slid right by the Vincennes Alices, I2 to O. Although the Bull- dogs' junior end, jim Zeller, didn't score, he was in- strumental in the scoring of both touchdowns. The New Albany Bulldogs struck twice in the second quarter as they defeated the Booneville Pio- neers, l4 to 0, for their fourth straight victory of the season. jim jenkins, with his invincible toe, made both extra points. Bob Smithers, a canine substitute, circled left end hfty-hve yards for the longest run of the evening. Scoring five times in the first half and then coast- ing the rest of the way, the Central of Evansville Bears rolled over the Bulldogs, 37 to I4. This game ended the four game winning streak of New Albany. The Bulldogs' last game of the season turned out to be a heartbreaker as the St. Xavier Tigers won I8 to I3 with a last minute desperation drive. Ed Watt, a Bulldog reserve back, didnIt seem to know there were St. X. men on the field, as he drove, spun away, and side-stepped his way for New Albany's two touchdowns. JUNIOR VARSITY R010 0720: Edward Douglas, James Bottorff, Roy Mahan, Willizlm Denny, Richard Newkirk, Stanley Denny, Donald McCulloch, Leland Peyton, Donald Corbett, Pete Corrao, Paul Carpenter. Row two: joseph DeVore, Robert Plaiss, Robert Almond, Robert Madison, Pat Parker, james Terry, Lee Mook, Wfilliam Maetschke, Chester Smithers, David Baylor, Charles Wiinp, Donald Elliott. Row three: Dale Lamb, George Huth, Roger Staser, Jerry Thomas, Terrance Thom, David Bush, Kenneth Shivel, Leroy Lehman, Donald james, Melvin james, John Goulding. 09 The New Albany Bulldogs wound up their sea- son with a record of four wins and five losses. The Bulldogs will miss such men as co-captains Phil Hart and .lim jenkins, lvan Anderson, Quentin Clay, joe Marguet, Aloe Burke, Bob Clayton, Bob Schmitt, Bob Hansford, Don Leist, Bob Carpenter, and Paul Bezy. But they will be ably replaced by co-captains Dick Riely and Bob Smithers, and a host of other griders including Ed Wzttt, Jim Butner, Lee Henry, Pat Burke, Chas. Hunter, Keith Goodwin, Buddy Kraft, jim Zeller, Don Everdon, Carl Anderson, Buddy Wfebb, and Don Yeager. So with such formidable re- turning veterans as these, the New Albany Bulldogs look forward to the will-il season. New Albany Flagget 27 New Albany Blot mriw ington 20 New Albany Bosse l5 New Albany Seyi iwtw ur ll New Albany jeffersonyille 6 New Albany Vincennes O New Albany Bonville O New Albany Central 37 New Albany St. Xavier lfi ii f uv' Head coach Alex Thom explains an offensive play to assistant coaches Wfarren Hoover, Robert Oenbrink, and Stlnley Sajko and team captains Phillip Hart and james Jenkins. TU gi Q Y ff ' 2 Q X 2 ' Q n 3 1 v S ks. 5 ' Hi x 4 . K v 5 V 4 Q ,L 5 72 yu, ' 3 Om One of the dreams of New Albany sport fans finally came true this year when the Bulldogs reached the finals of the IHSAA basketball tournament at Butler Fieldhouse. The Bulldogs won their thirteenth sectional, their seventh regional, and their first semi-final to reach the final The canines had the best season record in the history of the school by winning eighteen games and losing two. They lost only to Madison, the l950 state champs, and Jefferson of Lafayette in a holiday tourney. The Bulldogs won nine straight SIAC games but Cen- tral of Evansville copped the conference title on the point system. The dogs beat Central in a conference game during the seasong however, they were handicapped by the fact that they did not play enough SIAC conference games to receive the required number of points for conference championship. This past season marked the first time that a New Albany team had defeated all four Evansville schools in the regular playing season. The dogs defeated the Silve' Creek Dragons in the final game of the Sectional Tourney held in the New Albany gym. Bob Clayton led the team to its thirteenth sectional 1? RMV5 li sf . R Coach C. Qiorrloii lianey and floyd lienrji. assistant couch. -nizle over the lea n s record. championship with a twenty point total in his final appear- ante in the local gym. Don Loughmiller played one of the best defensive games of his career. Qur boys reached the Sectional finals by defeating the Georgetown quintet, 61-25. in the semi-final tourney game. FIRST ROVV: Frank Lorcli, W'illiam XX'llile. Donald l.oughmiller, Alames -Ienkins, lee Henry. Allen Scliaffer, lfdward Sigel, Merle Harrison. 72 SFCOND ROXY: llaul lloff. Uonald liclclier, Robert Clayton, ltdwarrl ulmt-i'. .Iames Nlclaiuglilin, lrauk Slcmle. Wlieii they defeated the Vlfinslow llslcimos, 51-So. in the final game, the Bulldogs won their first Semi-final Tourney. Paul Poff and Bob Clayton were the standouts for the Bulldogs in their win, Paul but the finishing touches on the gaine with two baskets in the closing seconds of the fourth quarter. ln the afternoon encounter the clogs had belted the lfllettsville lfagles. 56-442. Bob Clayton led the scoring parade with 22 points. Three New Albany boys were chosen for the all-tourney tean'11 these were Paul Poff, Bob Clayton, and liddie Glover. After the season was over the NAHS team was fered often and members acquired numerous awards: Paul Poff was on many of the all-state teams and received the high point man award for the season. Don Loughmiller was the winner of the most progressive award and also mentioned for the SIAC all-conference team. Ifddie Glover won the Mel Brewer free throw award with a .680 percentage for thte season. Bob Clayton received the sportsmanship trophy. was on some of the all-state teams and made all the all-tourney teams for the state finals. Bob, also received the most valuable player award for the SIAC conference. New Albany 47 Coryclon 25 New Albany 40 Evansville Central Sl New Albany 61 Bedford 59 New New N e w N ew N e w New N ew New New New New New New New New New New N ew New New New New New New New New Albany Alb Alb Ally Alb. 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Wiillixm Nlaetschlte, Wen' 7m .fine The V119-50 edition of the New Albany Pups went undefeated in I5 starts for the hrst time in years. In his second year as assistant basketball coach, Mr. Floyd Henry gave the Pups their only un- hlemished record in interscholastic sports. During the basketball season the Pups played the first game of the evenings with the visiting schools tcam. Some of these games were with Madison, Seymour, Bedford, jasper, Wfashington, and Howe of Indianapolis. The Pups are a silver lining to Coach C. Gor- don Raney for many of them will move into his varsity next season. The Freshmen Team did not enjoy a successful season as far as the won and lost column was con- cerned, but they gained valuable experience by play- ing in the SIAC Freshmen Tourney and their regular season games. FRESHBTEN KUXX' UNI 1 ldxxartl liouglas. l'.1triclc lj.lI'lxL'I'. llouald -lamex, llarry Tuttle. Xlr. NY.1ri':n llooxui coach. RUXX' VIXXO: 'liliolnaw Xlcliiiu. Lhester Smithers. .laiues Hurt. ilihomas lienbrook. leroy l.el1m.m. Ierrx Knight, TI On amz Cross-country was inaugarated at NAHS during the fall semester this year. The team, coached by Mr. Floyd Henry, was very successful and went to state its first year. In their first appearance of the year, the Bulldog thinlies defeated Scribner, 45-17, on the Country Club course. Eddie Siegel heat-out Don Belcher for top honors in a hard-fought stretch drive. The next meet on the schedule brought the team against the Bloomington Panthers and their first loss of the season. The first Bulldog harrier in this meet was Don Belcher who placed second. Don was fol- lowed by Eddie Siegel, Bill White, and Don Haas. After their loss to Bloomington, the team re- turned home to meet Silver Creek, whom they de- feated very easily. This was their turn-up meet for the SIAC conference. New Albany placed sixth in the SIAC conference meet held at Vincennes. Don Belcher placed sixth and Bill White came in tenth to fulfill the Bulldogs, hopes for a place in the meet. The following week the Bulldogs returned to Vincennes to participate in the Sectional where they placed second and qualified for the state meet. Eddie qu-.-V all Donald Ifverdon breaks the tape during the spring season track meet. Siegel placed sixth, Don Belcher, eighth, and Bill White, tenth, to lead the New Albany scoring. The cross-country team finished seventeenth in the State cross-country meet at Indianapolis. Bill White led the Bulldog harriers as he came in forty- third in front of Eddie Siegel and Don Belcher. The NAHS team completed their season with a record of two and one in dual meets, placed sixth in the Conference, and second in the Sectional. FIRST RONV: Donald Louglimiller, Robert Whird, -losepli Dorian, Donald Bvlelwcr. SECOND ROXY: Vfilliam W'hite, Donald Haas, Guy Pricstley, Edward Siegel. 75 l Q f 1 l TT. FIRST RONV: james Dcatrick, jack Hosbach, Robert Kremer, Charles Hughes, Charles Hunter, jerry Homrighausen, Roy Hartcr. SECOND ROXV: Mr. Stanley Sajko, Carl Iiutter, james Hansford, Homer Veit, james jenkins, W'alter Puff, Ronald NY'atson, john Jenks, Paul Poff. Gam The New Albany Bulldogs opened their baseball season with the Charlestown team. It was a success- ful beginning for James Deatrick held the Pirates to three runs, while the Bulldogs collected nineteen. The New Albany team then dropped their next hve games to Manual High School, Valley High School, Flaget High School, Jeffersonville High School, and St. Xavier High School. After the St. Xavier game the team's luck changed and they de- feated Kentucky Military Institute, 7-1, for their second victory of the season. This game seemed to be the turning point for the Bulldogs then defeated Valley High School, 6-3, Male High School, 14-lg and Kentucky Military In- stitute, 5-lg in the final games of the season. James Deatrick was the leading hurler with three wins and three defeats, while jack Hosbach collected two and lost two. The Bulldogs ended their season with a total of five games won and an equal number Paul Pwff lands Safely on third. lost. 76 ?m amz The 1949 golf team, coached by Mr. Floyd Henry, consisted of five students, Elliott Phillips, Robert Eve, john Jenks, Wztlter Schulz, and Robert Douglas. Elliott Phillips was top man on the team and led the team in a very successful season with a record of winning six and losing only one match. The team defeated St. Xavier, Manual, and Flaget high schools of Louisville, Kentucky. They played and defeated Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Kentucky, twice during the season. The team's only defeat during the regular season was at the hands of the Bedford team, whom they played twice and defeated only once. During the SIAC meet at Bedford, the New Al- bany team placed fourth in a field of nineteen. Reitz High School of Evansville went off with top honors in the meet. Members of the team participated in the sectional golf meet at Bedford, Indiana and came in fourth place out of a field of twelve teams. Reitz, again, took top honors. In the sectional match, Elliott Phillips scored a bright spot for the team by placing as one of the Riffs - is Whlter Schulv tees oft the sixth green at the Valley View Country Club course. three participants with the lowest scores for the match. This gave Elliott the opportunity to represent New Albany in the State Meet at Indianapolis, and from the field of approximately two hundred high school golfers from all over Indiana, Elliott placed fifth. 'N' f! Mr. Floyd Henry, Robert Eve, Walter Schulz, Elliott Phillips, and John Jenks. 77 NAI-IS S.. m. -'N 1 . :5f7x X: t- l If ' f I 'ff X Q- f ::. z 1 f Q 6 .sqm , xx f , M 5 Qs '-2:51-2 W f f 9 I 'Q-M f I' ' P , 5 lv - in -' fl, AW' Af IMS' xr--.. . f QQ M f ,v W-, f" .' ll "f, Q if Y ' 'X ,AZ ff " 1 N Q, N 14' I E53 , N ,, K ., L x . S I ' '!a::',. - X 1 x 33'-L+. S X WEE.. Q 5 I S Q . V" 5 Ns " ,I Q I l ""':'v- f , .V - A -,E -'35, V 'f!,gY!'L- x w '-1' - , .551 fy, QL Q' Xkxxxxt v R iihxxn 1 r-1, - ,. 1. v.M"vrf, . A1 5 - mu Ziyi iw ' , fEi f'EfE' A ' g-' 'XX .. ' X 3 ' 'X aizfiivf ' N ,H 'mmm i Ax Q 3 ft kx w 6 ,-1 ireir-v is 13 ix ..-mx 1 Q ' 45 , f., .2gwXQSxi,,QQ9, 5: X ss.5y,' 1- . N ' x I 0 1 X:-S, X 'gi' P -X' 4522 ' 'iii , gillxw A 4' - Q,-1XxQN QT In , xxlix . 5- r I fx, , X f N N 4 1 Ag, Xb!!! Nigga xT'fv,,,fL ' ,ff wx-XWR ' ' Y xy' X '41 RD ., Q., flkiiif' X L' nf? vr'f,. rf X e - .,,,:,U+s x 'Em 3 W 'T . 5 Y XT xi-HP dx Mijn L 'M . '.1,. Mk 9, ,ff K k , 1 M ' 2 -as A 1 S - , ., Sl , ' f'--f,. K V K Q , R ' "' Y Em 513 B ' ,Q 8 ff A , , 'TQ f fm " Q I M ,xx Q :wif mural ml NT 4 Ein .50 ff NL., 2193713 'Ko ffl cm 'l'he New Albany School City Board of Education: H. Scott Pickens, Sew'emr3.' Robert W, Harris, Alr., P1'e.i'izfe1zl: Dr. U. S. Wfidinan. illf'L'.l.l!f7'LfI'. 74dm6n64 ' 740:45 bam Mr. Harry R. Davidson, S!f17CI'f7IZfjl?ffC'7If of Sclwolf. SU Mr. Harry R. Davidson, the executive officer of our Schools, is due much credit for the constant im- provement and advancement of Senior High School. His active interest in all phases of school life has made him a friend to his associates in both the faculty and student hody. Supported hy the Board of Education, a progressive NAHS is assured under his competent administration. Dr. Austin A. Cole has proven in innumer- ahle ways, during his two years at NAHS. the many qualities he possesses that enahle him to fulfill the administrative duties as our high school principal. I-le has won the esteem and confidence of students and teachers alike through his willingness to listen to all sides ol a question ..... his tactful assistance in matters of hoth scholastic and extra-curricular nature , . . . . .his tacit understanding of our varied problems. . . . .and his genial manner of quiet dignity. Mr. Fred C. Hochmeister, A,r,riilimz Prifzcifmlq Miss Mr C Gordon Riney Dem: of Boqr Mrs Iessie Beard Etellca QI. Rockenbach, A.l',I'i.l'ld7Zl Prmciptzl. long Dum of Oulu ENGLISH Sfcllllfjllgl Miss Olletu Tyler, If11g!i.ilv.' Mr. Robert B. -Iolmscm, jwfn'1mlZ.i271. Ii1zg!z.ib.' Mrs. ,Iucqueline johnson, Speerb. lilzgfiilvf Miss Muriel V. Ryiill, l:'114Qli.i'lv.' Miss Grace Stzmrun, lizzglifh' Mr. Robert Williiirin. lifzgliiib. Sofia! Sfffrfief. Sifafrlrfz Miss Gertrude Wilscun, Ii12g!i.i'ln,' Mrs. Irma Pritz. Iingliflv, Ifremflvf Miss Naomi -I. Kirk, Head of Dejmrfmwzl. Engfixlv. r E - I f,Q Mr. A. Fielder Myers, Sffjverzivfn' of l11.u,fr1f- 1110121411 AfIn.ric,' Mrs. Virginia Biggerstuff. Head nj Ari Dcjmrlmwzf, Art: Mr. Robert E. Carter, Vow! fullfif, lullliili Theory. lp.. 82 Q wx? VOCATIONAI- HOMIE ECONOMICS Nf.zmfm:g: Mm. hlullirlm ll. Clrigsby. ffffffhzzxg Miss Klllllfyll lXlLlI'I'.lf'. liwm Xffr-iffy. llffmu .lll11mAgc1m'1zf. .XL'.zfl.f: Miss licllf fltlllllltil. S111 Digg, VOCATIONAL Mr. Emil XXV. Ross, lffmzlinzmf Il'lllCZ7j7IC' Slmp, Al4zvlni11cSlmp,' Mr. Prentice Fislmcr, Vwmliwzlzl Bffilcfizzg 'l'mzfw, llnr Iflff .Sxlmjlx Mr. wI.lfI'C11 P, Mitchell, Vomiiwml Agriwflfffrzf. Sriwzvc. Mr. Albert Gelxlbglch, Vffmfinmzf Prifzlizzg. l'1'j11ff11g.' Mr Harley F. Frgmcls, llmfzmgg Mr. Ricluml A. Brollier, D7'dfli7l4if. 83 COMMERCIAL Mr. Maurice l.. lvlilienluerger, DivIr1bffl1z'Lf lilfffip1z1fm.' Mrs. Piirriciii Diedricli, C.fwx1zzw'm.' Miss Iflimlucrli S. XVgnnplc1' u1mf1wiscf.' Mr. Herman Hnrrinun, lima! of lJL'f7IH'IH!L'IIf. C.ff11z111w'lw.' Miss Kiirluryn Iillis. Cffffizfmifi. Nil ll ll-I PHYSICAL EDUCATION E Mr. Flinml F. Henry, l'l2'i.in'.1f Elflftllffllll Young, Plvyrifizf 1iflffu1fiu11,' Mr. Alex IZ Alina l.cc Fistlicig Millllqi. llnzflfi llrizw' lfcffflmzfiwf. Xlzjluyf Miss Virginia Tlinin, ljlivyiiinif lufffmfiuzz. Flulzlflng Miss If-If 38,5 I-ANC3IIAGIf ss LL' '. Q" .nf ff! Dc- fufiizffczxf. L,1ff11: Mrs. Iivclyii Simms. lnzfm. I lg'1f1g!jiXi,- Mr. Hiixxqirii XY'ync, Sjmfzziff. SOCIAL SCIENCE .Smzzffizzgg Miss Ruth Briiciirigiiiii, Mfciii! Sfmfien' Mr. A. Roy Duiicim, Sfffiizf5I1frfZc.i'.' Mr. Robert Ocnbrink, 5m'iI1lSI1rdic.i.' Mr. I'Iowiii'd I.. Humicmcr. Sffciiif Slffffieu Miss Milusent Mit chcll, Sm'ii1f.S!mfici',' Mr. Marvin Oakes. Sufi 11 Sf I' :li Sicuzfcfffi INI . B' f ' " ' ' i i ' ' I nc ui ia .n. r you Imrd, Hun! of lDcp,11fww11. Sami! .Sfmf1c.i'.' Miss I.6OI2l Rusk, Srfzinl Sfmfiw. ,gm -1' ll' 03 , i MATHEMATICS Sfi1m1'i11g: Mr. Wfiirrcii Hoover. II'Izlll7L'7Il!IffL1l'. Plvyiiml lirfffci1lirn1.' Mr. -Iolm johnson. ,IIi1flvw1mfif1i.' Mr. Norman M. Smith, A'Ii1tlu'711f1Iic,i, Scizfufz Miss Ruby Wfclls, Ham! uf l7cp41rf111c11f. 1IIf1flwfm1fii'.i.' Miss Eva Stcphcnsou, iII.1fbc11141fiw',. Sofia! 5'fff1fic.f. 80 SCIENCE Smfzdizzgz Mr. Max W'icsn1an, .S'ui41m'. AIfzZlfw11ffzlic.i,' Mr. Dclbcrr A. Brown, .S'i'ic11m'. A'Ia1bw1mfic.i.' Miss Jessie Ruth Babb, Sfieazcc: Mr. Stanley Siijko, .Sl'io12cc. l'lnysm1f Ezfmzzfiwi, ScQ1.'e1f: Mr. I., S. ROSS, llwcf uf Dvfmfl- 111c17!. Scicfzm. 1- 5 1 fi 2 Pvr LIBRARY Miss -lcssic Mcflriickcn. l.!f1i111'ii111.' Miss Mary H. Stimgcr. Ijfzrizriiuz. 'A Lcflz Miss Aiimia W'idmun, Cizfcfcrziz Aiizfmgwp' Mrs. ,luycc Hi1wisu11,.SiXmn! Nz Riglvfz Miss .lane Cutler, Scw'c1.1f'5 In IJi'i1zuipi1f.' Miss Mary Hurniimg, ,SLL'f'Lfil7'j. !I'lL endafza The Senior class electecl their officers during, the first week of November. Relaxing after the election returns were counted are Kenton jones, presiclentg joseph Mzirguet, vice preside-ntg Paula Lewis, secretaryg and joyce Williaiiiis, treasurer. ,ww T ww our ,uf The Senior Executive Council, composed of one member from ezich senior home room, is the governing body of the Senior class. The Council for the class of '50 wus: Row 0110: Margaret Gohm11nn,,Ioyce Williiiiiis, Freda Weber. Paula Lewis, Phyllis Wiseiiiain, Bonita Krutz, joseph Marguet. Ron' tim: Kenton Jones, Nancy Avery, janet Dillow, Phillip Hurt. 88 Row 1- JAMES O. ALLEN-A cademic ROBERT K. ALSTOTT-Vocational Junior Classical League 13 Distributive Education Club 4, Readers Club 2? Rifle Club 3. BONNIE JUNE ANDERS-Vocational Row 2- IVAN LEE ANDERSON-General Readers Club 1, 23 Track 13 Football 2, 3, 43 HOWARD RICHARD ANGEL-General Bowling 3, 43 Games Club 33 Photography 4. 'EDWARD S. ARNOLD-General Row 3- PATRICIA ANN ATKINS-Commercial Future Business Leaders 3, 4. NANCY M. AVERY-Academic Girls Athletic Association 2, 33 Tri-I-Ii-Y 4, Future Teachers Club 43 Senior Executive Committee 43 Boosters 3 NORMA JEAN BADGER-Commercial Boosters 3, 43 Future Business Leaders 43 Bowling 3 4 Rou' 4- RUSSELL G. BAKER, II-Academic Junior Classical League 1, 23 Aeronautics Club 2 3 4, Vice Presi dent 33 Wranglers 3, 43 President 43 Junior Follies 3 Senior Annual 43 Track 1, Z, 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Science Club 4, Emily Post Club 3. BRUCE BALLARD-Academic Aeronautics Club 2, 33 Vice President 2, 33 Wranglers 2 3 4 Secretary 43 Thespians 43 President 43 Track 1 2 3 4 Christmas Eve Letter" 33 Baseball 2, 33 Barretts of Wimpole Street 4. JUANITA MARIE BANET-Commercial Future Business Leaders 3, 43 Scholarship "N Row 5- LOWELL BARBER-Vocational Future Farmers 1, 2, 3. PHYLLIS JUNE BAYLOR-General JULIA CATHERINE BEACH-Commercial Junior Classical League 13 Future Business Leader Row 6- JOYCE LEE BELCHER-Commercial , ,Boosters 3, 43 Bowling 3, 43 Senior Annual 4. THOMAS PAUL BELLES-General Bowling 2, 33 Secretary 23 President 3. MARILYN A. BERG-Commercial Bowling 3, 45 Boosters 3, 4. Academy of Immaculate Conception, Oldenburg Indiana l Row l- DONALD CALVIN BERRY-Academic Science Club 3, 45 Readers Club 15 junior Classical League l, 25 Intramurals 3, 4. PAUL C. BEZY-General Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Basketball 15 Rifle Club 1. jEROME A. BISCHOF-General Row 2- BEVERLY ANN BLAKE-Academic junior Red Cross 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Speakers 3, 45 Blotter Staff 4. CARL W. BLINE-General Readers Club l, 2, 3, 45 MARY ANN BORDEN-Commercial Reporters Club 35 Aeronautics Club 35 Boosters 3. Rau' 3- PAUL LINNERT BOSTOCK-General Blotter Staff 4. NORMA LOU BROADUS-Commercial Bowling 3, 45 Future Business Leaders 45 Boosters 35 Senior Annual Staff 45 Blotter Staff 4. RICHARD TURNER BROOKS-Academic junior Classical League l5 Bowling 15 Rifle Club 35 Track 1, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Aeronautics Club 45 Senior Annual Staff 45 Blotter Staff 4. Row 4- JAMES DAVID BRUCE, jR.-Vocational Band 1, Z, 3. 45 Distributive Ilducation Club 3, 45 Pep Band 35 Music Contest I, 25 Bowling 2, 35 Host and Hostess Club 3. BENNY LEE BRYANT-General IIi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Vice President 35 junior Red Cross 1. MARILYN K. BUCHHEIT-Vocational Distributive Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Role' 5- CARR LYNN BUDD-Academic Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 45 Football I, 25 junior Follies 25 "Date With judy" 45 junior Classical League l, 2. ROSE ANN BULLINGTON-C0mmercial Boosters 1, 3, 4. JAMES EDWIN BUNCH-Commercial junior Red Cross l5 Blotter Staff 45 Readers Club 2. Rou- 6- MARY ALICE BURKHART-Commercial junior Red Cross l5 Girls Athletic Association 25 Boosters 3, 45 Aeronautics Club 33 Photography Club 45 Secretary 45 Treas- urer 4. jOSEPH CHARLES BURKE-Academic Student Council I, 2, 3, 45 President 43 W'ranglers 45 Vice Presi- dent 45 Senior Annual Staff 45 Thespivlns 35 Readers 15 President 15 "Out of This Worldl' 35 Football 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY BUSALD-Commercial junior Red Cross l, 25 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 45 Future Business Leaders 45 Boosters 45 Senior Annual Staff 45 Blotter Staff 4. Row 1-- JOYCE DARLENE BUSE-Commercial Bel Canto 5, 43 Boosters Z, 5, 43 Music Contest 43 Music Festival 5, 4. NANCY CARNIGHAN-A cademic Junior Red Cross I3 Emily Post Club 13 Thespians 5, 43 Boosters 5, 43 Indiana High School Press Conference 43 Radio 43 Concert Choir 43 Blotter Staff 43 Date W'ith Judy" 43 Senior Annual Staff 4. ROBERT LEE CARPENTER-Academic Thespians 43 "Date W'ith Judyn 43 Football 1, 5, 43 Blotter Staff 43 Senior Annual Staff 4. Rox' 2- H. C. CAUDILL-Vocational Track 13 Football 13 Host and Hostess Club 53 Distributive Education Club 5, 43 Vice President 5. ROBERT WILLIAM CHRISTIAN-General THOMAS FRANKLIN CHRISTIANSEN-General Band l, Z. Row 5- QUEN TIN K. CLAY-General Football l, 2, 5, 43 W'restling 5, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 53 Junior Red Cross 13 Dramatics Club 2. ROBERT ARNOLD CLAYTON-Academic Basketball 1, 2, 5, 43 Track l, 2, 5, 43 Football 2, 5, 43 "Date with Judy" 43 Wranglers 2, 5, 43 Blotter Staff 43 Senior Annual staff 43 Band l, 23 Radio 43 Indiana High School journalism Institute 4. GERALDIN E COFFMAN-Commercial Future Homcmakers 53 Junior Red Cross 1, 23 Boosters 5, 43 Rau' 4- JOANNE COMBS-Commercial Loretta Academy, Louisville, Kentucky 13 Boosters 5, 43 Future Homemakcrs 5, 43 President 43 Student Council 4. NANCY JANE CON DRA-Vocational Astronomers Club 1, Concert Choir 1, 2, 53 Distributive Educa- tion Club 5, 43 Secretary 5, 43 Photography Club 43 Future Homemakers 23 Music Festival 2, 5. CAROLYN JEAN CONRAD-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Future Honiemakers Z, 53 Future Business Leaders 53 Boosters 5, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Rau' 5- JO ANN COONS-General Concert Choir 5, 43 Future Homemakers 23 Bowling 43 Photo- graphy Club 43 Boosters 5, 43 Music Festival 5, 4. JOHN JOSEPH CORRAO-Commercial Emily Post Club 5. RAN DAL COX-General Row 64 JEAN ETTE CRADY-Commercial Girls Athletic Association 2, 53 Distributive Education Club 5, 4. BETTY ANNE CRAWFORD-A cademic Junior Classical League I3 Readers Club l3 Bel Canto 2, 5, 42 Treasurer 5, 43 Speakers 43 "A Red Rose For Christmas" 43 Student Cc-u'1cil 5, 43 Senior Executive Committee 43 Chorus 5, 43 Senior Annual Staff 4. MASIE RUTH CULLEN-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Future I-Iomemakers 2, 5, 43 Boosters 5, 4. Run' 14 CAROLYN SUE CULLINS-Cnnzzfzcrcial junior Red Cross I, Z2 Bowling 5. 42 Ifmily Pot Club Il Stu- dent Council I2 Senior Annual Staff 42 Blotter Staff 4. MARY CHRISTINA DECKER-Coflmzwfcial Future Honieniakers 5, 42 Boosters 5, 42 Bowling 5, 42 junior Red Cross I2 -Iunior Classical League 1, 2. ROGER NEIL DENISON-A L'dfZL'7IZjL' Band l. 2. 5, 42 Bowling 2. 52 Pep Band 42 Music Contest I. 2, 5, 42 Art Club 52 junior Follies 2, 5, 42 Photography Club I. Rolf' 2- SUZANNE MARIE DENNY-Arzzffcfmic Thespians 52 Tri-Hi-Y I, 22 limily Post Club 12 Boosters Z, 5, 42 Junior Retl Cross 1. JOHN F. DIDAT-Geazeml LARRY L. DlI.LMAN-Acazlwzzic Athletic Student Manager 2, 52 Aeronautics Club 3, 42 Student Council 5. Rau' 5- JANET SUE DILI.OvV-C0l1Z71l6l'Cjdl Distributive Education Club 5, 42 Senior Executive Conim'ttee 4. DANNY DI SALVO-A cuafemic Rifle Club I, 2, 5, 42 Boys Glee Club 2, 52 Tumbling I, 22 Photography Club 42 Science Club 32 "Ifroni Riches To Ragsy' 22 Band I, 2, 5, 42 Concert Choir l, 2, 5, 42 Pep Band 42 Barretts W'in1pole Street 4. ROBERT GENE DOUGLAS-General Concert Choir 4I Golf 52 Barbershop Club 42 Boys Glee Club 2. Ron 4- THEODORCIA EDITH DUDLEH7-GiL'7IL'7'tlI Concert Choir 5. 4. CHARLES PATRICK DUFFY-C07lI7lZL'l'ffc1Z Golf I. 22 Ifmily Post Club 2. 52 Blotter Staff 4. JACQUELINE RAE EBLESISOR-C0mmcruinl ilunior Red Cross I, Z2 Girls Athletic Asso:iation 2, 52 Bowling 2, 32 Boomers 42 Bloitcr Staff 4, Roll if HERBERT K. ELLENBRAND-Geflefzzl Reselcrs Club Z2 Future Farmers 3, 4. MARY FRANCES ELLENBRAND-Gwzcml Boosters 5, 42 Aeronautics Club 2, 52 Girls Athletic As.o:i,1tion I, Z2 Bowling I, 2, 52 Bloiier StafI 4. THECLA MAE ELLENBRAND-C0111 mercial junior Classical Icarus I2 Iiuture Buwiness Leaders 4, Rott 6- EVA ANN EMERY-Crzmmcfcitzl Aeronautics Club Z, 52 Loosters 5, 42 junior Rctl Cross I, Z2 Senior Annual Staff 42 Bowling 12 Iiuture Business Leaders 42 Blotter Staff 4. GEORGE A. EMERY-Commercial junior Red Cross I2 Football I2 Track I, 2, 42 Distributive Ilducation Club 3, 42 Ilost and Hostess Club 5. MARISUE ENDICOTT-C0111mercirzl junior Red Cross I, 22 Aeronautics Club 2. 52 Secretary 52 Eu- ture Business Leaders 5. 42 Vice President 42 Boosters 5, 42 Bowling 2, 3, 42 Treasurer 5, 42 Senior Annual Staff 42 Blotter Staff 4. Rnu' I- JOHN OTTO EN DRIS-A mclemic Rifle Club l, 2, 41 Junior Red Cross 1. NANCY LEE ENGLEMAN-C0mmercial Junior Red Cross 11 Bowling 41 Secretary 41 Iiulure Business Leatlers 3, 41 Senior Animal Staff 41 Blotter Staff 4. KENNETH JAMES ERDMAN-A endemic Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 41 Presitlent 3, 41 liozmtball 11 "Date XX'ith Judy", 41 Yvranglers 41 Senior Annual Staff 41 Culver Military Rifle Match Z1 National Rifle Asso:i.ition National Match 3, 4. Raza 2- WII.LIAM CURTIS EWING-A raciemic Rifle Club I, 2, 3, 41 Vice President 2, 31 Executive Officer 41 Iiootball 41 National Rifle Association Sectional Match 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE FARABEE-Gefzeml Readers Club 1. MERLIN JOSEPH FARISH-Gefzeml Ron' 3- DONALD H. FARNSLEY-Geneml JO ANN FERT IG-C omwericfzl Games Club 31 Ifuture Business Leaders 3, 4. LESLIE ANN FESS-Commercial Bel Canto 2, 3, 41 Vice President 41 Speakers 3, 41 Music Festival 3 41 Concert Choir 1, 2, 41 Barretts of W'inipole Street 4. Rau' 4- BILLY JOE FOX-General Cheerleader 3, 41 Senior Executive Committee 41 Barbershop Club 41 Concert Choir 41 Senior Annual Staff 4, 'QOut of This NVorld" 3. .IESSIE JUANITA FRANK-Vocational Dlstributive Education Club 3, 4. WANDA JEAN FRANK-Commercial I.n1ily Post Club 21 Bowling 2, 31 Boosters 32 Photography Club 41 Distributive lfducation Club 41 Girls Athletic Association l, 2. Ron' 5- WILMA DARLENE FULKERSON-Commercial Reuders Club 21 Wfriters Club 41 Photography Club 3. STELLA GLADYS FULKS-Commerical Boosters 3, 4. MARY JO FUNK-A endemic Student Council 2, 3, 41 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 41 Secretary 41 Boosters 41 Junior Reel Cross I1 Astronomers Club I1 Bowling 4. Ron' 6-- JANE ELIZABETH GARDNER-Commercial Readers Club l, 2. FLOSSIE LOUISE GEBHART-Conmzercial Junior Reel Cross I1 Aeronautics Club 21 Ifmily Post Club 21 Boosters 3. 41 Fixture Business I.eaders 3, 4. MARGARET MIRIAM GOHMANN-A endemic Senior Annual Staff 41 "Date Willa Judy" 41 Radio 41 Hoosier Girls' State 41 Cafeteria Murals 2, 31 Thespians 3, 41 Scholarship UN" 2, 31 Indiana High School Journalism Institute 41 National Scholastic Press Conference 4. 9. 1 iw is Ron' I- MARY CHRISTINE GOODYEAR-A cademic Student Council 35 Thespians 45 Vice President 45 Senior Annual Staff 45 "Date With Judyn 45 Dramatics Club 35 Boosters 3, 45 Junior Red Cross I5 Emily Post Club l. ELIZABETH JEAN GRIMES-Commercial Scholarship "N" 45 Future Business Leaders 45 Photography Club 35 Iimily Post Club I, 25 Blotter Staff 4. ETHEL JOYCE GRUBBS-General Rau' 2- EDWARD LEE GRUBE-General Future Farmers 3. DONALD LEE HAAS--General Baseball 1, 25 Junior Red Cross 15 Track 3, 4. DAVID BENJAMIN HABERMEL-Academic Barretts of Wimpole Street 4. Rau' 3- LULA MAY HALL-Commercial Readers Club 3, 45 President 35 Bowling 3. JO ANN CATHERINE HANNA-Academic North High School, Saginaw, Michigan 15 Lanier High School, Montgomery, Alabama 25 Boosters 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 "Date With Judy" 45 Senior Annual Staff 45 Blotter Staff 45 Bowling 4. JAMES F. HANSFORD-Academic Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross I5 I-Ii-Y 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 4. Row 6- HARRIETT VIRGINIA HARDIN-Commercial Junior Red Cross I5 Future Homemakers 3, 45 Aeronautics Club 35 Boosters 3, 4. CATHLEEN LAVELLE HARDMAN-Commercial Junior Red Cross I5 Future I-Iomemakers 3, 45 President 35 Secre tary 45 Boosters 3, 4. BARBARA RHEA HARPER-Commercial Girls Athletic Association 25 Boosters 3, 45 Concert Choir 4. Rau' 5- CHARLES LEE HARRIS, JR.-Academic Rifle Club I, 25 Thespians 45 Photography Club 35 Junior Follies 35 "Date Witli Judy" 45 Radio 45 "Out of This Worltl" 3. EVELYN ANN HARRISON-Commercial Music Contest 45 Boosters 3, 45 Music Festival 45 Future Business Leaders 4. MERLE LEE HARRISON-General Visual Aids 35 Student Athletic Manager 3, 45 Readers Club 15 Junior Red Cross I. Rau' 6- PHYLLIS ANN HARSHBARGER-General Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Music Festival 3, 45 Future Teachers Club 45 Bowling 4. PHILLIP GEROME HART-General! Football l, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Future Farmers 3, 45 President 35 Secretary 45 "Date With Judy" 45 Wrestling 3, 4. RONALD LYNN HAUSWALD-Acudcfmic Band I, 2, 3, 45 Wranglers 3, 45 Music Contest 1, 2, 3. 45 "City Slicker and Our Nell" 35 Boys Glee Club Z, 35 Science Club 45 Student Athletic Manager 25 Photography Club 15 Football l. Row 1- NIILDRED DONALDA HAZELTON-Academic Boosters 33 Bowling 33 Junior Red Cross 13 French Club 43 Tri'Hi-Y 4. DAVID E. HEINTZ-General Basketball 13 Football 13 Dramatics Club I3 "Going on Seven- teen" 33 Junior Actors 33 President 33 Aeronautics Club 43 Thespians 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Blotter Staff 4. LORRAINE TERESA HENLEY-Academic Boosters 3, 43 "Date With Judy" 43 Emily Post Club 13 Bowling 2, 3, 4. Rau' 2- TWYLA JUNE HENN-Commercial Emily Post I, 23 Future Homemakers 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Boosters 4. ALLAN EUGENE HERMAN-Academic Junior Red Cross l. PATRICIA ANN HILLEN-Academic Junior Classical League I3 Junior Red Cross 13 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Vice President 43 Speakers 43 Student Council 33 Senior Annual Staff 43 "A Red Rose For Christmas" 4. Ron' 3- LOUISE HOBBS-Commercial Speakers 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Bel Canto 43 Scholarship "N" 1, 2, 43 Music Festival 3, 43 "A Red Rose For Christmas" 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Bowling 33 Concert Choir 3, 4. .IO ANN HOLLAND-General Boosters 1, 2, 3, 43 Thespians 3, 43 Aeronautics Club 2. MARTHA JUNE HOLLIS-Commercial Boosters 2, 3, 4. Rau' 4- MARY RUTH HOOE-Commercial Junior Red Cross 1. BETTY JANE HOTTLE-Academic Junior Classical League 1, 23 Boosters 3, 43 Emily Post Club 2. EARL F. HOWELL-General Junior Red Cross l, 23 Barbershop Club 43 Football 13 Chorus 4. Row 5- MARY LOUISE HUFF-Commercial Boosters 1, 2, 3, 4. ROGER LYNN HUNCILMAN-Academic Junior Classical League 1, 23 Junior Red Cross 13 Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 Secretary 23 Student Council 1, 2, 33 Secretary 23 Vice President 33 Junior Follies 33 Science Club 43 Intercommunications 3, 43 Radio 4. MAYME KATHRYN HURT-Commercial Future Home-makers 3, 43 Vice President 43 Boosters 3, 43 Scholar- ship "N,' 33 Bowling 3, 43 Blotter Staff 4. Row 6- BRUCE IRISH-Academic Rifle Club 3, 43 Band 1, 2. ALZORA MAXINE JACOBI-Academic Junior Classical League 13 Emily Post Club 2, 33 Readers Club 23 Speakers 4. JAMES ROBERT JENKINS-General Football l, 2, 3, 43 Co-Captain 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball I, 2, 3, 43 Blotter Staff 43 Senior Annual Staff 4, Row 1- ROBERT RAYMOND JENKINS-Academic Student Council l, Z, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 4. JOHN ARLEN JENKS--Academic Tumbling 13 Junior Actors 13 Golf 33 Baseball 2. JOYCE WRAY JENSEN-Vocational Distributive Education Club 3, 43 Future Homemakers 3, 43 Parlimentarian 4. Raw 2- EMMA JEAN JOHNSON-Vocational Distributive Education Club 3, 4. NOEL EUGENE JONES-General WESLEY KENTON JONES-Academic Silver Creek High School, Speed, Indiana 1, 23 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 33 President 43 Wranglers 3, 43 Secretary 43 Art Club 13 Scholarship "N" 33 Senior Class President 43 Student Council 4. Row 3- GLORIA ANN KEACH-General Student Council 23 Boosters 3, 43 Bel Canto 43 Blotter Staff 43 Concert Choir 3, 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Music Festival 3, 43 Music Contest 4. IONA LEE KEELEY-Academic BETTY JEAN KELLER-Commercial Readers Club 1, 23 Boosters 3, 4. Row 4- WALTER WILLIAM KENNEDY-General Football 23 Aeronautics Club 3, 43 "Date With Judy" 43 Emily Post Club 3, 4. BOBETTA LAVERNE KESSINGER-Commercial Boosters 3, 43 "Date With Judy" 43 Thespians 43 Travel Club 33 Writers Club 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Band 3. ELEANOR KATHRYN KIEL-General Bel Canto 2, 3, 43 Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 13 Girls Athletic Association 23 Bowling 3, 4. Row 5- DELORES FAYE KIMES-Commercial Readers Club 13 Boosters 3, 4. LORETTA EDYTHE KING-Commercial Readers Club 13 Boosters 3, 43 Future Business Leaders 3, 4. JO ANN KOCH-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Junior Classical League 13 Bowling 23 Con- cert Choir 3, 43 Music Contest 43 Bel Canto 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3. Row 6- ALBERT EDWIN KOEHLER-Academic Band l, 2, 3, 43 Scholarship "N" 2, 3, 43 Photography Club 3, 43 President 33 Algebra Contest 13 Music Contest 3, 43 Pep Band 4. RAYMOND G. KOOPMAN-General CALVIN LEE KOPP-General Tumbling 1, 2, 3, 4. Rou' 1- JO ANN KORBE-Commercial George Wfashington High School, Alexandria, Virginia I1 Cheer- leader 41 Boosters 3, 41 Concert Choir 3, 41 Girls Athletic As- sociation 21 Reporters Club 31 Senior Annual Staff 41 Future Business Leaders 31 Bowling Z, 3. ROBERT LEE KREMER--General Aeronautics Club 41 Student Council 41 Baseball 2, 4. MARILYN BERNICE KRON-Commercial Photography 4. Row 2- BON ITA LUCILLE KRUTZ-Commercial Readers Club I1 Boosters 31 Future Business Leaders 3, 41 Scholarship "N" 31 Daughters of American Revolution Award 41 Senior Executive Committee 4. HECTOR E. DAVID LACAILLADE-Commercial Future Farmers 4, CAROL ANN LADUKE-Commercial Boosters 3, 41 Aeronautics Club 31 "Date With Judy" 41 Writers Club 41 Thespians 41 Travel Club 31 Bowling 2. Row 3- GLADYS J. LAMB-Vocational Readers Club I1 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31 Boosters 31 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Distributive Education Club 4. NORMA MARIE LAMB-Commercial Junior Red Cross 1, 21 Boosters 1, 2, 31 Photography Club l. HAROLD EUGENE LANGFORD-General Readers Club 1, 2, 31 Intramural Basketball 11 Blotter Staff 4. Rvu' 4- DAVID CHARLES LEE-General JAMES EARL LEE-General Aeronautics Club 41 Readers Club 21 Bowling 41 Art Club 41 Baseball 11 Intramural Basketball 3. ROBERT NICHOLAS LEIS-General Track 1, 21 Readers I. Rau' S4 DONALD EDWARD LEIST-General Track 2, 3, 41 Football Z, 41 Hi-Y 41 Senior Annual Staff 41 Blotter Staff 4. ROSE MARY LEIST-A cudemic Academy of Immaculate Conception, Ferdinand, Indiana I, 21 Boosters 4. CHARLENE FRANCES LEUTHART-General Row 6- PAULA ANNETTE LEWIS-Commercial Bel Canto 2, 3, 41 President 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 41 Ser- retary 41 Boosters 41 Secretary 41 Junior Class Treasurer1 Sen- ior Class Secretary1 Hoosier Girls' State 31 Bowling 2, 3, 42 Future Business Leaders of America 31 Thespians 31 Senior Annual Staff 41 Junior Follies 3. MARTHA JANE LILLY-Commercial Bel Canto 3, 41 Speakers 41 Hoosier Girls' State 41 Readers Club 1, 21 Emily Post Club 21 Blotter Staff 41 Travel Club 31 Bowling 2, 31 Senior Annual Staff 4. ELIZABETH ANN LORCH-Academic Tri-Hi-Y 41 Boosters 41 Girls Athletic Association 2, 31 Band 2, 3, 41 Music Contest 1, 2, 3. g"-. Rou' 1- PATRICK F. LOSSON-General Rifle Club I. DONALD RAY LOUGHMILLER-Academic Basketball I, 2, 3, 42 Track l, 2, 3, 42 Junior Classical League I2 Junior Red Cross I2 Baseball 4. 'BILLIE LOU LOGDEN-Vocational Razr 2- 'DOTTY MADDUX-Vocational Borden High School, Borden, Indiana 1, 2, 32 Thespians 41 Dis- tributive Iidueatiun Club 42 Senior Annual Staff 4. JOHN B. MANUS-General "Date with Judy" 4. JOSEPH I. MARGUET-A cademic Junior Classical League 12 Junior Red Cross I2 Football 1, 2, 3, 42 Radio 42 Junior Class President 32 Senior Class Vice President 4. Rau' 3- FLORENCE E. MARTIN-Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 4. JOHN C. MAYS-A cademic Wranglers 3, 42 Vice President 42 Rifle Club 22 Bowling 42 Wrestling 32 Hi-Y 4. BETTYE JO MCCLARNEY-Commercial Speakers 2, 3, 42 Treasurer 32 Hoosier Girls' State 32 Thespians 42 Senior Annual Staff 42 Student Council I, 2, 42 Cheerleader 42 "The Neighborsn 32 "A Red Rose for Christmas" 42 Tri-Hi-Y 42 Bowling 2, 3. Run 4- MONZELL LORETTA MCCLURE-Commercial Concert Choir 12 Emily Post Club 1. ALVIN LEE MCCUTCHAN-General Games Club I2 Readers Club Z. PHILLIP E. MCCUTCHEN-General Run 5- WILLIAM G. MCCRARY-VOCm'i0m1l Distributive lfducation Club 3, 42 Rifle Club 32 Readers Club 32 Host and Hostess Club 3. JOYCE MARIE MCDONALD-Commercial Future Homemakers 3, 42 Boosters 4. WILLIAM EDWARD MCGUIRK-General Bowling 2, 32 Emily Post Club 1, 2, 3. Roll' 6- RUSSELL C. MCKINLEY, JR.-General Track 3, 4. THOMAS MCKINLEY-General Wrestling 3, 42 Track 3, 4. THOMAS A. MCLAUGHLIN-Academic Basketball 1, 22 Baseball 2, 32 Cross Country 22 Blotter Staff 4. Bowling 2, 3. R0n'l- MARYETTA MCMURRAY-Academic Student Council I, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Hoosier Girls' State 35 Speakers 3, 45 President 35 Treasurer 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Chaplain 45 "A Red Rose For Christmas" 45 Flhespians 45 Hi-Time 3, 45 Director 45 Junior Classical League 1, 25 Treasurer 25 Senior Annual Staff 4. NANCY CARROLL MEDLOCK-Vocational Distributive Education Club 3, 4. VIRGINIA ELLEN MELTON-Commercial Junior Classical League 15 Bowling 25 Girls Athletic Association 25 Reporters Club 35 Boosters 35 Emily Post Club 25 French Club 45 Treasurer 4. Kon' 2- JAMES A. MENEOU-General Baseball 3. RICHARD LEE MILLER-C0mmefCial Photography Club 4. - ' CARL ERNEST MILLION-General Readers Club 2, 45 Football 3. Rou' 3- COEN DALE MIX-Commercial Band I, 2, 3, 45 Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Secretary 45 Concert Choir 35 "Canary Clambakeu 25 Junior Follies 25 Barretts of Wimpole Street 4. CHARLES DONALD MORGAN-General Blotter Staff 4. WILLIAM DUDLEY MORGAN-Academic Science Club 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Contest 2,3,4 Row 4- OTTO IRVIN MORRIS, JR.-General Student Council 3. CAROLYN JEAN MOSS-General Emily Post Club 25 Boosters 3, 45 Bel Canto 45 Concert Choir 4. ANNA MAY MURPHY-Commercial Readers Club 2. Run' ig JAMES RONALD MURRAY-A cademic Runnymede High School, Toronto, Canada I, 25 Science Club 45 Track 35 Radio 4. BETTY JEAN NANCE-General Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Boosters 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Bel Canto 4. MARILYN ANN NASH-Commercial Junior Red Cross 15 Bowling 15 Girls Athletic Association 2, 35 President 35 Boosters 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4. Row 6- PATRICIA ANN NEELY-General Boosters 3, 45 "call of The Banshee" 35 Bowling 45 W'riters Club 4. CAROLYN SUE N EIDIFFER-C ommercial Boosters 2, 3, 45 Bowling 45 Future Business Leaders 4. EMMA JEAN NOLAN-Commercial Girls Athletic Association 1, 25 Boosters 3, 4. Ron' 1- CLARE MARIE NOLOT-Commercial Boosters 3, 4. KENNETH WII.LIAM NORRINGTON-General Readers Club l, 2, 4. WILLIAM I. ORD-Commercial Readers Club I2 Blotter Staff 4. Ron' 2- PHYLLIS ANNA PACE-Academic Junior Clgssical League 22 Boosters 2, 3, 42 Thespians 42 Senior Annual Staff 42 Photography Club 4. ROBERT F. PALMERTON-General BILLY JOE PATTERSON-General Band I, 2, 3. Rou' 3- LOUIS LEROY PEAK-Academic Lmily Post Club 32 Music Appreciation Club 42 Football 2, 3. JUDITH ANNE PECK-Vocational Future Homemakers 2, 32 Secretary 32 Distributive Education Club 3, 42 Treasurer 42 Band I, 2, 32 Music Contest I, 2. RICHARD MORRIS PENNINGTON, JR.-Commerical Band I, 22 Senior Annual Staff 42 Distributive Education Club 3, 42 President 3, 42 "Flying High" 22 Student Athletic Manager l2 National Scholastic Press Conference 41 National Distribntive Ifducation Conference 3, 4. Ron' 4- ELLIOTT V. PHILLIPS-General Bowling 42 Golf 2, 3, 4. MINNIE ELIZABETH PHILLIPS-General Boosters 3, 42 President 42 Bowling l, 22 junior Red Cross 1, 22 Aeronautics Club 22 Photography Club 32 W'riters Club 4. MARGENE PIGMAN-General Boosters 2. Ron S- GEORGE EDWARD PLAISS-General Tumbling 2, 3, 4. MARTHA JANE POFF--Commercial junior Red Cross 12 Girls Athletic Association I, 22 Tri-Hi-Y 22 Speakers 3, 41 Bel Canto 3, 42 junior Follies 3. RAYMOND EDWARD POTTS-A cademic Readers Club 12 Aeronautics Club 3, 42 President 42 Football I, 2. Ron' 6-- RALPH EDWARD POWELL-General NANCYE ANN RACER-Commercial Readers Club 2. i EVA RAY RALEY-Commercial Boosters 2. Row 1- HARRY EDMUND RANDOLPH-Acatiefilic Junior Classical League 1. ROBERT E. REARDON--Commercial Boys Glee Club 2, 42 Distributive Education Club 32 Intercom munications 42 Visual Aids 5. BARBARA ROSE REISERT-General Boosters 5, 42 Bowling I, 22 Aeronautics Club 22 Junior Red Cross I2 Photography Club 32 W'riters Club 42 Blotter Staff 42 Scnfor Annual Staft 4. Row 2- ROSALIE E. RENN-Conmzercial SYLVESTER JOSEPH RENN-General CONRAD FRANK RINGLEY-General Student Council 3, 42 Aeronautics Club 42 Secretary 42 Photo- graphy Club 42 Track 2. Rauf 3- BETTY JEAN ROBERTS-Academic Rifle Club 3, 42 Secretary 42 Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Concert Choir Z2 Pep Band 4. DORIS ANNE ROBERTS-Academic Student Council I, 22 Bel Canto 2, 3, 42 Secretary 42 Speakers 2, 5, 42 Concert Choir l, 3, 42 Future Business Leaders 42 Emily Post Club 12 Music Contest 1, 2, 42 Scholarship "N" 1, 3, 42 Mantle of Knowledge 51 Music Festival l, 3, 4. HERBERT L. ROBINSON, JR.-C0mme'fCial Tumbling 22 Photography Club 3, 42 Distributive Education Club 32 Rifle Club 42 Readers Club 42 Football 22 Senior Annual Staff 42 Concert Choir 42 Blotter Staff 43 Intramurals 4. Rau 4- MARTHA HELEN ROBINSON-Academic Band 1, 2, 5, 42 Music Contest 2, 42 Drum Majorette 42 Junior Classical League 22 French Club 42 Scholarship "N" 3. J. STEWART ROCHE-Commercial Art Club 2, 3, 42 Secretary 42 Junior Follies 52 Boys Glee Club 1, 22 Senior Annual Staff 42 Music Festival 12 Radio 42 i'Out of This W'orld" 3. NORMA JEAN RODGERS-Commercial Junior Red Cross 12 Girls Athletic Association I3 Emily Post Club 22 Aeronautics Club 22 Future Business Leaders 3, 42 Boosters 3, 4. Ron' 5- BILLY RODGERS--Academic Student Council I2 Junior Red Cross 12 Junior Actors 52 Vice President 32 Bowling 42 Aeronautics Club 4. MILDRED LOUISE RONWE-Commercial Boosters 3, 42 Bowling 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN RUCKER-A endemic Junior Classical League 12 Emily Post Club 2, 32 Boosters 5, 42 Bowling 4. Rau' 6- JAMES WESLEY RUNYON-General Tumbling 22 W'restling 3, 4. JANET DAUSANT RUSSELL-Academic Readers Club I2 Boosters 2, 32 French Club 3, 4. JOHN ASHBROOK SALYERS-General Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 42 Band 1, 2, 5, 42 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 2 Row 1- MARY AILEEN SATTLER-Vocaziofzal Junior Red Cross 13 Future Homemakers 2, 33 Distributive Edu- cation Club 2, 33 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 33 Photography Club 43 Girls Athletic Association 1. MILDRED LOUISE SCHAD-Commercial Junior Red Cross I3 Photography Club 33 Boosters 43 Future Homemakers 4. ALLEN D. SCHAFFER-Commercial Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Vice President 43 Blotter Staff 43 Senior Annual Staff 4. Row 2- BEVERLY ANN SCHARF-A endemic Emily Post Club 13 Boosters 2, 3, 43 Bel Canto 2, 3, 43 Thespians 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Bowling 3, 43 Treasurer 4. MARY TRUE SCHARF-A cademic Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Speakers 3, 43 Vice President 43 Music Contest 3, 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Radio 43 Band 3, 43 Concert Choir 33 "A Red Rose For Christmas" 4. CHARLES SCHICKEL-General Baseball Z. Row 3-- JACK D. SCHELL-Commercial Tumbling Club 23 Track 23 Photography Club 33 Distributive Education Club 3, 43 Rifle Club 4. JOHN CHARLES SCHINDLER-Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN ROBERT SCHMITT-A endemic Football 1, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Junior Classical League 13 Junior Red Cross l3 Scholarship "N" 3. Row 4- MARTHA JEAN SCHMIDT-General JOHN HOWARD SCHNELL-General BETTY LOU SCHWARTZ-Vocational Distributive Education Club 3, 43 Photography Club 4. Row 5- MARILYN JOYCE SHELTON-General LOLAND H. SHERFICK-Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 43 Science Club 4. SHIRLEY SHINE-Academic Bowling 1, 23 Thcspians 1, 2, 33 Vice President 33 "Call of the Banshee" 33 Boosters 2, 3, 43 Writers Club 4. Row 6- RITA ANN SHIRLEY-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Photography Club 33 Boosters 3, 4. MARY MARGARET SHOUP-Academic Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Secretary 23 President 43 Speakers 2, 43 "A Red Rose For Christmasy' 43 "Out of This World" 33 Junior Classical League 1, 23 Thespians 3, 43 Hi-Time 3, 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Junior Red Cross 1. EDWARD ARTHUR SIEGEL-Academic Basketball 1, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Photography Club 33 Blotter Staff 43 Hi-Y 43 Senior Annual Staff 4. Row 1- ROBBIE JEAN SISK-Commercial DORIS ANNE SMITH-Commercial Band I, 2, 3, 4. KATHERINE JANE SMITH-Commercial Boosters 3, 43 Readers Club 3. Row 2- WILLIAM B. SMITH-General DONALD LEE SODREL-Academic Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Glee Club I, 2? Junior Classical League 1, 22 Dramatics Club 1, 25 Junior Actors 33 Thespians 45 Wranglers 47 "Going On Sixteen" 33 "Date With Judy" 41 Barretts of Wimpole Street 4. DOROTHY JUANITA STALLINGS-Commercial Junior Red Cross lj Boosters 35 Future Business Leaders 3, 4. Row 3- FRANK R. STAMPER-General Rifle Club 3. IRMA JEAN STEMLE-Commercial Junior Red Cross I5 Photography Club 35 Boosters 4. JO JEAN STEPROE-Commercial Boosters 3, 43 Girls Athletic Association 1, Z5 Photography Club 45 Bowling I. Row 4- KENNETH R. STILLER-Vocational Readers Club 1, 21 Distributive Education Club 3, 45 Louisville Advertising Contest 32 National Distributive Education Confer- ence 45 Junior Red Cross 1. RITA CATHERINE STILLER-Commercial RUTH ELIZABETH STOPHER-Commercial Future Lusiness Leaders 42 Boosters 4. Row 5- IVIARY K. STRACK-Afddemic Blotter Staff 42 Senior Annual Staff 45 Speakers 43 Tri-Hi-Y 42 Junior Red Cross 23 Indiana High School Press Conference 4. ISABEL FAYE STROMIRE-General Boosters 3, 43 Writers Club 43 Photography Club 32 Junior Red Cross 1. DORIS D. STURGEON-A cademic Thespians 31 Readers Club 25 Band IC Emily Post Club 33 Junior Red Cross l. Row 6-- BETTY ANN SUBLETT--General Boosters 3, 41 Bowling 2, 42 Aeronautics Club 21 Thespians 3, 41 Senior Annull Staff 4? Blotter Staff 4. ISI. MARCELINE SUTHERLAND--Commercial Readers Club 21 Photography Club 42 Senior Annual Staff 42 Girls Athletic Assocntion 23 Junior Red Cross 13 Blotter Staff 4. ALICE ANNE TAYLOR-Academic Silver Creek High School, Speed, Indiana 15 Student Council 22 Boosters 3, 45 Thespians 3, 43 President 43 Reporters Club 31 Senior Annual Staff 45 "Out of This World,' 35 Blotter Staff 4. ' '53 'W 103 Rau' I- ROZELLA ARLENE TAYLOR-Vocaiiomzl Junior Classical League 13 Thcspians 33 Distributive Education Club 3, 42 Treasurer 33 Vice President 43 Boosters 23 Reporters Club Z. CATHERINE MAE THOMAS-Commercial Scholarship "N" l, 53 Future Business Leaders 5, 43 Vice President 33 Treasurer 4. CLARENCE THOMERSON, JR.-General Hi-Y I, 2, 33 Rifle Club 43 Intramurals l. Row 2- RAMONA JOAN THOMPSON-Vocational Distributive Education Club 5, 4. JOHN L. THORNTON-General Junior Red Cross I, 23 Aeronautics Club 3, 43 Travel Club 3. VERNA LEE TRIPURE-Commercial Junior Classical League 1, 2, 3. Row 5- DORIS JEAN UHL-Commercial Presentation Academy, Louisville, Kentucky 13 Girls Athletic As- sociation 2, 33 Boosters 3, 43 Thespians 43 Bowling 2, 3, 43 "Date With Judy" 4. MARGARET VAN HOOK-Vocational Distributive Education Club 3, 43 Photography Club 43 Art Club 2. PAUL WILLIAM VARNER-General Band 1, 2. Row 4- iMARILYN JEAN VOIGNIER-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 President 3, 43 Boosters 43 Future Homemakers 2, 33 Photography Club 43 Girls Athletic Association 1. HARRY E. VOYLES, JR.-Academic Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 33 President 23 W'ranglers 2, 3, 43 Secretary 51 Science Club 43 Basketball l, 23 Junior Classical League 23 Bowling 43 Student Council 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 "The City Slicker And Our Nell" 3. RITA CATHERINE WAGNER-Commercial Junior Red Cross 13 Photography Club 43 Bowling 3, 43 Distri- butive Education Club 3, 4. Row 5- DOROTHY M. WALLS-Commercial Junior Classical League 1, Z3 President Z3 Girls Athletic As- sociation 33 Speakers 43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Blotter Staff 43 Boosters 33 Senior Annual Staff 43 Scholarship "N" 33 State Latin Contest 13 Indiana High School Journalism Institute 4. ELIZABETH JEAN WALTER-A caclemic Boosters l. 2. 3, 43 Bowling 2, 43 Aeronautics Club 23 Thespians 5, 43 "Date With Judy" 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Blotter staff 4. VIRGINIA LEE NVARMAN-Commercial Astronomers Club I3 Girls Athletic Association 23 Distributive Education Club 53 Thespians 43 Readers Club I3 "Date Witli Judy" 4. Row 6- CHARLES PAUL XVARREN-Commercial Visual Aids l, 23 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Photography Club 43 Tumbling 13 Track 3. FRANK E. WEBER-A cademic Junior Classical League 1, 23 President 23 Hi-Y 2, 5, 43 Secre- tary 33 Student Council 2, 53 Wranglers 2, 3, 43 President 43 Junior Class Vice President 53 Cheerleader 43 Hoosier Boys' State 3. FREDA ANN WEBER-A cademic Speakers 3, 43 President 43 Senior Annual Staff 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Vice President 33 Junior Classical League 13 Secretary 13 Hoosier Girls' State 4. Row 1- 'GEORGE WEBER-V0cali012al MILDRED LOUISE XWEBER-Commercial Speakers 42 Tri-Hi-Y 42 Boosters 32 Future Business Leaders 32 Blotter Staff 42 Senior Annual Staff 4. ROBERT OWEN WEISBACH-Acadeflzic Science Club 32 Rifle Club 4. R014 2- JANE MARILYNE WELLS-Acadcfzazic Boosters 3, 42 ,Iunior Classical League 22 Aeronautics Club 32 Blotter Staff 4. 'MILDRED L. VUHEELER-Gefzeral Emily Post Club 22 Distributive Education Club 32 Bowling 2. 42 Art Club 22 Travel Club 32 Photography Club 4. RICHARD LEE ROY VVHEELER-Vocalimml Frankfort High School, Frankfort, Kentucky 1, 22 Aeronautics Club 32 Distributive Education Club 42 Photography Club 4. R uf 3- IVIJARGARET LOUISE WHITLOW-C07Il77lC1'L'idI Rifle Club 2, 3, 42 Secretary 32 Girls Athletic Association 7 i Boosters 42 Emily Post Club 12 junior Red Cross 1. "L. BRYCE XVHITSON-General Tumbling I, 2, 32 Track 3, 4. PATRICIA ANNE WHITTINGHILL-COW!HlC1'Cic1l Bel Canto 2, 3, 42 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 42 Music Festival 2, 3, 42 Music Contest 2, 3, 42 Thespians 3 2 junior Follies 32 "Date W'ith Judy" 42 Boosters 42 junior Red Cross 12 Emily Post Club 1. Rauf 4- DORIS MARIE WILLIAMS-C071ZWlEVL'jdZ Junior Red Cross 12 Future Homemakers 4. JOYCE RAE WILLIAMS-A caziemic Senior Class Treasurer 42 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 42 Speakers 42 "A Red Rose for Christmas" 42 junior Red Cross I2 .lunior Classical League l, 22 State Latin Contest 12 Senior Annual Staff 42 Barretts of Wfimpole Street 4. BETTY SUE WINTER-Acaciefzzic Student Council 12 Girls Athletic Association 22 Bel Canto 3, 42 Speakers 3, 42 Secretary 42 Rifle Club 2, 32 Bowling 42 Senior Annual Staff 4. R w 5- PIIYLLIS LEE XWISEMAN-Commercial Bel Canto 42 Bowling 42 Concert Choir 42 Music Contest 42 Music Festival 4. FAYE MARIE AGNES XVISMANN-Commercial junior Red Cross I2 Girls Athletic Association 12 Tri-Hi-Y 22 Boosters 3, 42 Reporters Club 32 Future Business Leaders 3, 42 Vice President 32 President 42 junior Class Secretary 32 "The Neighborsu 32 Senior Annual Staff 4. KATHLEEN JOY WOODRUFF-Vocaliovzal Photography Club 42 Distributive Education Club 4. Rout 6- CAROLYN LOUISE XVRIGHT-Commercial Boosters 3, 42 Future Business Leaders 42 Senior Annual Staff 4. DONALD LEE YATES-Gefzeml Rifle Club 12 Hobby Club 3. LOUIS PHILLIP ZETTNXIOCH-Geneml Tumbling 1. 2, 3, 4, Graduates Not Pictured: MILTON VERNIA CAMPBELL jOSEPH EDWARD DUVALL, JR. DONALD EARL JAHN WILLIAM ROBERT KEMP JOHN THOMAS NORRINGTON MARVIN E. ROWE 21kDid Not Qualify For Graduation. p D Hr iv v r Q ' 'W' 3 , wa-A 15? Zlvwlez The junior class was also organized by officers elected last November. Working in close cooperation with Junior home room teachers, they made arrange- ments for the junior-Senior Prom. The officers were: Richard Riely, presidentg Paul Poff, vice-presidentg Barbara Allen, secretaryg and Barbara Lancaster treasurer. 7 gamma 'Q' ' Passing the vocational agriculture building, underclassmen come through the alley from the annex to the main building. 100 ,H ffflff 11,1 M 1,91 M R rr-in 4" " F1 A I L VM .ni 'KW' H av Q cn- kg l 4 ll l Us Y W. ...,.,, f.. ,, 'V E ii -'NW flmf rg ' Q 0 S 0 1' ' W, im HOME ROOM: LIBRA RY YIRSBI' RUXY: ,Inycu SlSINlC. Fstlicr Sliirlt-y Slxinc. 'lnlvnc Wblwlw, SIQCOND RUXV: louis Travis. l',1t ., .LW 1 , LM M-vm ...ma J.. ix , Stcplicns, l,.lI!'lCi.l Stricgcl. .Iulm N.n'rin3.gtnn, Guy Pricstlcy. Lclgxnd Vfittstni. Bctli Vlwaylor. Helen Stone, il ltmwh. Ricllnrd Ricly. Rny Nhlmn. l'.1ul BIt'Kim. Kenneth Huy cr. -Inlin P.tVC5'. lfdward Vfcblw, Harold Scart. HOBIE ROOlNl2 507 FIRST ROXV: Cmyla .'XllNlllI, lrancus Blinc, Bl.ll'Il1.l Asl1.1br.1nnt'r, lltznc Atkins, llorntlwy Blacknmn. Rlilff' RlAlF3.1.'lI'Cl Blucr, I RONL'I1l.lIAQ' Barr. l.1trici.1 Stinwn. Llmn Nlcfnrd. B.1rlv.tr.t Allen, Aggnra Bcclwl. Sl-COND RONY: Ronald Atkins. Rnlvcrt Untlgliu, XY'illvt1r Andrew, Dnlorcs Banct, Llc.n'nr XY'l1itC. llclvn Best, Marccllm fXIN.lL'l1CI', llnlnrcx Andcrsnn. Paul XY'altlxct'. THIRD ROW: Curl Anderson, Billy Will. Donald Bclclicr. Antlwnv Biaunmnn. Rnbcrt Gr'nt1. Iglmcr Andrcs. Odell Audra. HOME ROOM: 508 I-IRST ROW: tlanct Cnulcy, lfvclyn Crgiywnft. Cnlct-n Burden. Mnrtlm Brruckcr. l.inni:- Crnxall. l.a Verne Aruenxnnt. Klart' Ann Burkc, Alnnc Brnwn, BULIQ' Cinjgxwcll, Margaret lfontli. SECOND ROXY: lhvid Caylur, Reid Clroslny. Nancy Clfoxcr. ju Ann Ctmdru, Alam Croiby, Betty Blake. Clmrlcs Bush. james Butncr. Tlwnms Cnrcnrnn, THIRD ROXX":Dn1mld Ulil. Robert Cuckrum. Luc Rtmrk, Robert Hnrpu. Stanley Wjgimqr, Ijuggng Crtmc, Robert Vuignicr, Ronald Rldllilll. Gilbert Brown. T W. M2 ,M al., , S- .TWA ,ai iz... 1, ,L .r.,...., .. .1...1.u 47...-iv 4.2, an as if 3 9 p 2 plug HOME ROOM: 31 I FIRST ROXV: Thelma Day. Patricia Sianifnrd. xluycc Ilynn. .Iugcc Dugan. Iinngunc lcrguwn. ,IU A1111 lfiallfll .IHYCC lirliillwlw. Nancy' linglcinan .lane Ifcin. Caml Schaefer. SI-QCOND ROXV: Anna Dcnbn. Dnrnll1y Dvqcamp. Carolyn Dcncliarw, Dorullly lJiiV.nIl, -lean Iwrtig, -Iulm illmnlas Ilynn. Ciunrgu Inglc, lymlcn DuVall. jack Dawson. THIRD ROW: -lolan Dorn. Dnnalcl Iiarnsilcy, Robert Smitlisrs. Robert Scltnlcy. Dnnald lixanx. Illia Ilynn. Kcitli liiiuliur. David Iflwlusixnr. I'ilIl1L'l' Dinlal. HOME ROOM: 209 FIRST ROXV: Helun DcVnrc, .Inan Clrini, Dolores Hiscy. Rosemary Ilincs. Margarct Lnmdinan. Alice HarLluy. l'ati'ici.i Ilartinan, juan W'l1itakcr. Glenda Garland. Alcan Hilncr, Betty -In Griffin. SIQCOND ROW: I.c0n Walton, jack Garclncr, Ralph Harxcy. Donalll II,'lfI'llIgIU1l. laura Singlcuni. clilllblyll liurclnn. Su: Ilallcr, Roy Harlcr, -lack Ilmvard. Richard Hamilrnn. TIIIRD RONV: Dnnalcl Cainm, Paul Hnttull. Ilarry Harnwn, Clarcncn: NVillian. Ilnlwarnl Qilnvcr. Murtnn XX'iiIl'u, -lolin Ilclcli. Icslic Ilolstncr. Charles Herman. HOMIE ROOM: 202 IIIRST ROXV: Carolyn KL-imhluy, Vaala Kenney, Wilnia Iiimcx, Mariana ,Icnkiny NI.iry Inu Iiacstnsr, Barbara I..II'lC.lSISI'. Vfamla Iicllnc. Dnris I-Inblar, -lny uc liciincily. IICIIQ lircincr. SILQOND ROXV: ,Iuycc Tnwnxcml, -Iuanira ililicr. Sliirlcy nlmglvnii, Kula I.ll1L'lI'CIlI. Darlunc Alalin. ,-Xnn Km-li, Tlwlmii Jacobi. Velma -lacului. Dnlorux ilaculwi. xIIlI'y Qlnlixsainl. Iircnl Ilnrrlu. THIRD ROYV: Cicnrgc Kraft. Rnbcrl klulinwun. Carl llamcs. llcrnxan IIUIIIIIAIII. ,lanicx lIUlI1I'IQ.Ql1.'Ill5 n -Incl: Slidcr, Glen Iiamcr, .lcrry IIUIHFIEIILILINCII. lfOUR'I'l-I ROW: Jack Kg-ixhlvy. flames Iiirls. bcnrgc Iliwwlurl. 1118 HOBH2 ROOM: l l l llligll ROXY: Helly It-ltlo loxephine lewis. -loyeu lien nelli XY'oi'tlen. Ki.-ra THIRD ROW: Uonaltl Hr Sl'CUNlJ ROXY: Robert Llenlt ' an f - f .' ' it mr h K ,K Pk J .QQ fi ,, i ' 5, K . a gg Q I . , 4 -.gg 13 1 l lt. XX'antl.i joan Wriglit. Ruth Xlelron. Pat llureliert. .lean Nlerealf. Nancy Nlartin, lnev lingenfelrer, Dorothy Nl.icl.eod. Nlelin. l'mm.i ltl Norrix. l,ou Veron. ins. Voiinie clUUl'x.l,UlL1lLl Yeager, Kermit Nlarris. Kathryn Nlcl-rye, Yirtginia Nale, kloyce Lanike. Merle Randolph. ily. -Iamex Terry. Robert Temple, Robert leagartlen. Ricliartl Nlclflaren. lack Tuttle. Charles Margucr. HOME IKCOMZ l06 FIRST ROXY1 Carolleen Noe. Xlarlene Peay. Patricia Pate. Patricia Payne. Louise Cioultling. Nlartlia Trunnell. Ruth Mullins. Bet te Sue Vance. 'l'lIIRlJ Alhexmi Rigsby, -Ioann Reitlinger. SIVOND RONY: -Iaeli Sltimler. Hugh XY'ilxon. lewis l'ry, Belly Ort. louise Pfalfcr, Martha Reai. NY'illiam Potts, .lames lil Ott .lerrv Nuin. Neeltl, C. - . ROW: Gills lliul lloff. l' rvin err Rake. lloytl Stuelay. Paul Robertson. llonaltl Martin. HOME ROOlVlZ 205 l4lRS'I' ROW: llarolcl Smith, Oren Shaffer. Camille Pace. ,loeepli Sramper. llonalal Neff. Hanley Taylor, Singleton, Patricia Salmon, Sharon Tyler. Betty Zim- merman. sleannine Sehiclcel, Harriet Scribner, Whtync Wlilliams, Russell Scott. SECOND ROW: llulen Webb, Ilarold Rouclenlmusli, Mary Snyder, Marilyn Spervel, Loix Singleton. .Ianet Salyerx. slack Sehamel. Charles Rater, Ralph Roualenbuxli, 'l'HlRl5 RONV: Roger Stascr, Charles Vl'l1itc, Ronald Webb. Sam Shine, Rex Sheets, Robert W'arLl, Richard Schmidt. 109 0 Q fl Q wifi? L I' O ' O: - Q- K 4-5' sq HONIE ROOM: 2l2 IOIRST KUXV: Rubcrlgl Byrd, Patsy Cfnllins, Cyfnmlyn Austin. llxlwy lS1'u.ulLu, Xl.lI'j.I.lI'Ul Hpcrmrur, .Xl.1r1l1.x Riluy, Ilmunllx Spg-m'cr'. l'.1Lrici,1 Ricl1.1lxlx, Zclnm .-Xxnnnmns. lfrulrlu liculur. SIIQQNIJ RUXV: Nelson Sunny Bully Ihlulwin, rlnun lixwmks, -lnsuplxinc Glrxin, Nancy RL-ul, l'.1lrici.1 llcnny, f'l1.1x'lnllc Slxlullls. 1..'z'.1lllinc Cnllins. Ilulwn llynl, Artlxur shin-1. THIRD KOXY: L.1wrvncc Corn, l1,1rl lT.1l'X'L'll, XV.U'I'CH llyur. llunnix llLll'lXL'. lhxlll lSr'Inlnx-n'Ll1. liuluulw .Xlm.:n, slqplx Cunluy. I-IOME ROOM: 211 IIRST RONY: l'.1lrici.1 Owun, Ann Vfumlurlicln, Ilmnm Timllu, l".lj'L' Pnymn, Nhry lla-lpn Nlulxmmxln Sllirluy Ncvlml, Dnnnn Luc. lfrcmln Wjggnncr, llglrlix lnftml. Nxulinc Ogden. Nl.lI'Cl.l llmnptnm. SICQOND ROXV: 8.1111 NX'yy.1rLl. Rulwrt 'I'cnnuy, Kcnnclh Xxnlllx .'Xxncli,1 lxiunc. C..1rnlyn Xlxllx, 'I.1n.'t liinslnw, lwmln Xlnnrc, Billy xvlflglll, Anna l,L'Llli, Nancy XVilxun. 'IHIRID RONY: Kem Knclwlcr, llnlwin will, liny H.nnilmn. .lk'I'Fj Xlm1rgm1n'r'y'. linlw.-rl lllnxx, Xxvlllhllll Plum-lpx. lg-nn Cnnlw, Russell l'clurSm1. ,Iuicph Kcllcy. HOME ROOM: 509 l'lRS,l' ROW: kluycc lhilcy, Nl.lI'4Lf.lFL'l Alclxlry, Al11l'l1lI'lC llisuy, Milnlrcd lljlljlll. M.1rilyn Amlurx, lkmml :Xmlcrsun, l,.lIFlL'l.l .-Xunnncr. Xl.ll'y Hunxing. Iiqnricu ll.1I1L'I. klU.lI1ll,l limnlwlnwnn. SICONID ROXY: Lumix l5.1un1.1nn, lilcun licrryxnan. lic4:gil1.1 Angul, Yirginill Iinlnnlnmlml ,Kun Higw. MJ,-it Slgxnifurd. .Iunnn llglnct. Slxirlcy lll.lk'lxl7lll'l1, .lack Und, N1n'xn.1n I1-:b,'.1n, 'IIIIRIJ ROXY: XY'illi.1n1 Allxumtl. lllvnl Align-nl, lJC.lI1 Nlillur. XY.1y1n' H.1l1n1q.1rllu. luv lxlcin. lnlxn liccn. lfdgnr B.lCllIT1llI1, Unnnld Miller. O 110 'TM if H- i N ly ' wrt i I 1 'A ,ah-J I sw... T""""'? L.: 5' an I ti, -i..,...,.L.,-.., ac- "' A" 'T 'N'-H 'O 'ls Us 'H il' 'fra - 2' 'T HOME ROOM: 502 I"IRST ROXV: Mary Tevix, Phyllis I-Ioldcraft, Barbara Craycroft. Vera Bowman, Patsy Breen, Mary Bryant, Zelma Cox, Rea Bright, Barbara Col- well. Mary Ann Burd. SICOND ROW: Melvin Beasley, George Brock, Donald Corbett, Betty Bridges, Betty Brookx, .Ianette Clayton, William Cochran, Charles Burch, Paul Bush. TI IIRD RONIV: Finley Brown. Donald Buneh. vUllll.lI11 Burkhart, Richard Pigman, Patrick Burke, Donald Brown, Thurman Conrad, llavid Bugh, HOME ROOMZ QI4 FIRST ROW: Ronald Dierking, Nancy Deem, Shirley Youn gg, Jolene Daily. Patricia Davis, Clariee Iilora, Carolyn Frank, ,Iuanita Dohoney, Grace Drago, ,Ianet Ilora. Robert Didelot. QIQCOND ROXIV: Michael Doyle, -Iames Farnsley. Donald Ifyerdon, Stanley Denny, .Ianet Dieeliman. Mary Ann Nlarguct. I.0is Iflliott, Ilenry Denton, Bruce Iiell, Lester Dugan. THIRD ROXV: Melvin Ifreilmerger. XY'iIliam Nlactsehke, .Ioseph Donan, XY'illiani Denny, Clifford Kemper, XVaIIaCe Nloulder, Ruieell Dudley. HOME ROOM: 208 FIRST ROXV: ,Ioan Grose, Pastye Graybrook, Nancy Gilland, Marie Gehring, .lean Hall, Shirley Caeke. Patricia jackson, .Io Ann lfulkerson, Doris Pearl, Viola Cirose. QICCOND ROXV: Albert Iirtinman, Ronald Gaxzineau, Norman Hale, Donna Potter, Dolores Hardman, Minelte Ilarris, Ilmogene Ilarris, james Grether, Chester Gregory. THIRD ROXV: Ronald Grantl, Robert Gardner. james Bottorff, George Crone, Charles Henninger, Martin Gohmann, Wfilliam Grnher. 111 :mul i vw- rid QC QQ '-s HOMIE ROOM: 201 l"lRS'l- ROW: Mary klulmmn, brace Karnes. -Inycc lx.nsur, Mgrilyn 11-c, .lll.lI11l.l Ncal, N1.1rllyn longest, Yvonne King. 'l4llCI'dS.1 .lnli5S,unl, Ruth King. :Klum lirucr. SFCOND ROXV: ,lnnwi lqngfurnl, lJ.mn.1lLl Rupp, llnwzlrml l.mul1, 17111111-y l Jcclliulal, llulures Kn.1lxle, .Inner l..lFgUl'lI, Shirley Louglmmlllcr, Frank I,llI'ClI, Lnuix Knrluc. Earl sluncs. THIRD ROXY: Donald lhulwn. l'.zul lnnnlu, hum' King. lugcns xl-sl1nsn11. XX'illi.xm lnlnncycr, Rnlwcrl lcnlfurll. lJl1l1.llL.l Kacstner. HOME ROOM: 102 llRS'1' ROW: Nlrry Xlnrriwn, l',n'nlyn Mlm, ,lcnnic Nlcliniglxt. Nlrrcr-11,1 Nlurplmy. Sue Millar. Phyllis McH0ne, Barbara Mcycr. .l.1cquclinc Mnuru, Nhrilyn Ncwlrirli, Ann Nnrnmnr ilfL.ONlD ROXY: Gary' Nculd, Rnlwrt Nlillcr, bllnnwus l,l11Cl1. xl.nnus Xlcll-mnlll. Dnnalrl Xllllcr. Nannn Nrvillu. wllllldlll Meyer. Cflurlcs Nul.1n, llcnry Hull. Tl'llRD ROXV: llrmrld Mmcr, XY'illi.1n1 N.1lc, lnncx Mel Juglmlln, l.uu Nl-wk, RUl3CI'l NIrAfuc. HOME ROOM: 101 1flRS'l' ROXV: Mary .lu Rugnr. ,lane Ricku, -In Ann Riclmsrl, Anna Reeder, Dolores Rerlnlen, Dorothy Pnc. S.nnlr.1 Rcsrlm, Anna Rnlmimmm, N1.xrtl1.1 Pyle, Xlgry Pruxy. BEYOND ROXY: lk-num Pnwcll. lx.xr.-n gjllL'lJlJCl1lLlIl. Nancy Rnlwinsrm, -l.l!1CI Riunsier. Marilyn Pratller, Mary Plnc, Anna llcnn, llwllldl' Ruin. Clxrnlyn li.nlcl1ff, lxcnnclll lilmomls. 'lKHlliD RQXY: Nlclun Rowe. Nlclxin Rupp. lin-11.11-11 5,-llmr-r. Paul Rciscri. Louis Real. kl.nn0S Riislcr. 1112 - 2 x 4' , I 5 is A--, T-21-W,.s.fN,.1 :A , ' -- E ...W-..,.,A...-' 'A' , I . frm .Sip Cl tel, Y-.t,,,.., ma.,- 'Wt . -. ,1i,lT1T'i'g' ' 1 HOME ROOM: Agriculture Building FIRST ROXY: Curnl Santlx, Yern.t Stiller, XI,1rg.1ret Srultliitg, Ci.'II'OIIl1C S.IllI1Llt'I'S, Rutli Sulmtl, Anne Sinex, .lanet Siintllmulm, -Inuit Scoggins, llulnrm Slweriiuk. Pzttsv Selimitler, IftIn.i Stucliy. SECOND ROXV: lliliniims Saxing. Innes Stantper, XVillign1 Sutlterlmnl, lu Ann Sniitli, Gerry Scliinitlt, Ioyce Sieveking, Hermgiline Sweet, Arnold Selmll, Donald Sniitli. TIIIRIP ROXY: Iemuel Slierrell, Rnlvert Shirley, Clmrles R. Sniitli. Ilelluert Sniitli, XI.1riun I'ueIser, Robert Suritrnerx, ,lulin Stiislielm, XYilli.1m Untlerliill. HOME ROOM: 3l0 FIRST ROW: Tlmelnm Tenny, Dura Wilsnn, R413 XVnnil, Intlenu Trxylur, XI.lI'gLll'Cl Ann XYentvell, Mary Tgekett, Sliarnn Wilmer, Ruth 'I'h0m,is, Mrry Xvnlfe, ,Inyee Wfitliiits, I'Ie.innr Xlfnlfe. SITCTUNIJ ROVV: Ifretl Wfillser. lhxitl Triblvey, YY'illi.nn Xvilxun, kIe.tn Vfillintns, Virginia xv.lI'iI, Cliriwtine Terliune, Robert Sxurgenn. XY'ilIi.un XYICIKILICII. Andrew XViIsnn. TIIIRD ROXV: XVilli.im Turner. W'illi,1n1 Xyrigltt. Rent Trinltle, Kennelli XVells, XYilli.un Yan Ciatler, Paul Sniitli, Terry Tlium, ,Iuninr Xv'U.lII1Ql'IIllII, W'illi.tm W'l1ite, W'4tlter 'I'uwnsemI. EOURTII RUXV: Rnn.1ltl XY'liite. c,iCl'.'llkl Tyler. HOME ROOM: Library FIRST ROW? Myrr XX'nrren, Nancy Allen, I,.1Vun Mnnus. Nnrnm Oslvnrne. Dnnnn Kay loeey, .lu,1nir.i Dyer, NI.iry Ilill. Klan Ann Ring, Irene Hnlmek, Nnrnu Ressler. SILQUNID ROXY: Arnnld llunes, -lack Muorc, hlncqueline Rowe. xlnyee Mnnre. Anna Peyton, Nlirgnret Sulmd, Patrick C'.irrnll, Ilnngltl Ruugli. TIIIRIJ ROXY: lhl: Haws, Dcnfurd Terry, Rennelli Sliivel, Harry Tuttle, Robert Mgtmn, Runnltl I.m'e. Tlmmgix XIeRint. HOME ROOM: Library FIRST ROW: Margaret Iilmnnluist, Ilarricirt Iiarlser, Evelyn Rnrloe. Ann Cr.xwI'ortl. To Ann XViIli,lmS, Inii Iingleman, Audrey Curr, NI.1reell.i Miller, ilirnl Klnlies, lzmnu I.ou Riley. SICCONID ROXV: George XVin1p, hlusrpli Wfinter, Arclielein Ilonli, Dnris Brewer, Ilnrene Berry, Marcin Slieplterd, xlanet Back- liernu, klctum klurdan, .Ignnes Carpenter, WilIi.nn lidwixrtlx. THIRD ROXV: -Innes Rrun, Rnberr Stover, I-Iilwud Dnuglis, Gale Stephens. Geurge Slum, 'Imncs Nance, Robert Siocksdile. 113 ""l'L'n'u 4 J' ' , ffflllfff 1 : x fl M , .VL v,,l-.,, .,,..,,m . g I Km, .W,. L 5 . , A S 5 HOME ROOM: Annex l l'lRS'l' ROWN: Rl.lLlL'lll1L' Barnett, llurix llnnct, -lO,lllAllill1'w. Rita llculmt, Cxrnl l5.11'li.'x, Ann llcninmln, llclna Jxtlllllli, Norma Atkins, Agnes Bull, Nl1lI'll1.l Austin. SRCOND ROXY: Robcrr Cllmpcll,-, Sllirlcy' B.llllN.lllH, Trcxn fXg.1n, llnlnrcs :XI'Cl1CI', Sluirlcy licnlnn, Ulurln llclviy, Ron-lla Andrus, Mary Ann Riclurnlson. Slnrlcy Bailey, Damon Bust. THIRD RONV: Curl l.uc liirk, Clmrlcw liner, Rmmld llmrd, Clnrgnqq 1511 ner, Rgxynwml Amlrsx, llugcnulSucun,li1ry Allen, Lawrence llislmp, Stanley Acbcrsulnl. FOUR-llll RONV: -luffruy .'Xrcunmnt, Danny .'Xpplug.uc, 'l'l1mn.1s liqnlwruoli, lhxnl ll.ll'lUI'. Kcnnutlx licnnctl. HOME ROOM: Annex Z FIRST ROW: lxI.11'y llmwn, .lcancuc Rnlmluiu. kluditlx lingual, Annu Bnulcs, Cllcnicc lluylxin, Nluilyn Clark, Donna Clark, Doris Boxnerslmclm. Norma lirown, lhmlnu-gs Cascy. Sl'CONl3 RONV: lhlc Dudlcy. Nlurisl lllinc. llnxnxcx C.xrroll, llgxvill Cfglmplucll, xl.lllCl liyrlcy, S.ll1Cll'1l llrown, Limln llnwcn, lzvelyn Cllmplxell, llnmsa Cnffnun, Rnbcrl Cmnbs. Il lllRD ROXV: Ronald Cfolulv, Riclmrll l5nrnS. Paul Cfnrpuntcr. C,l1.11'lu9 llrouli. llumul' Cl.u'puntur. Rnnalnl Box, llonnld llrocli, llmmitt cll1I'l9fl1lI1. Cl.1ls Clmffin. W'illi.1m llrogllus. HOME ROOM: Annex 5 ITIRST RONV: lxllllllllk' CQ-nm'r, lgl.1 Cmig, Ilmmluy llcllurc, Xlnry lfnglcman. kloycc Cooper, llclcn Duggins, Nl,1rjnrlu l'l.llll1, l'x.1 l'llCI1l7I'.lI1Ql, l.LlL'll.l lJc.1l, Nlgrrinu Cfnrll, SECOND ROXY: Robcrt lxlliml, Clcnrgc lJcArk, llnnnld llliolt, Carolyn lJnX'nll. Doris Crim, Pcggy Ellix, Peggy llupqqulsr, l.nls Cmynlcn, llCl'I11A1l1 llcxricls, klmcph lk-Y41u',-, THIRD ROXV: .Innes Cnrcomn. .lamcs Dyer. Nnrmxn Cuomss. ,lack Dc,mmn. Rngsr Unnncnfclscr, Donald Davis, Kenneth Dobbins, james Falkenstein. Ill . .w.L...- HOME ROOM: Annex fi l'lR5'l' RONXY: Dull.1 Ciraxill, Nellie llnrigis, ll,llX'lti.l lnfcr, Shirley C,nnii.il.4. Ann Lirxilngcr. -hun Kiiiikuc. Ychngi ll.i.is. Shclluy l'cnil.ill. xln Ann H.inn.1. Aliuf Hirpcr. Rnmlinu Iulks. SYCONIJ ROW: Shirley G.irX'in. .lun lullinuur, Harp' .-X. lI.innllun, .l.iniu' liciiigur. Bcity Qirccnvinnil, lrunc llnnplini. C..irnly'n lurlnng, licrlx' Ci.lrl.1nd. lililqbcth Hgrilin. THIRIJ ROXV: lrcil Ciuulscli, lcnnnril crhlllillil. Barry lhrri in. -I.nn:s ll.ilncl1n,in. Inwg-ll l.n'incr. -lnhn Cmuhliinq, XXilli.nn liniixliuc, ,Iaylm lhrris Charles H.ill. Willimn H.nnpmn. HOME ROOMQ Annex 10 FIRST ROXY: Doris Hill. I-fix llclilinan, linriw Hinnpliruy, lirriililins llcrin,in, Bcity llnfk, :Xnn llcnn. Klux' lliniiin, Klum llilncr, Doris ll.ir!. lirlly llljQgilllMlll1.lI11. .luy cc llullix. SICOND RUXY: l.cnn.irgl llwbluw. lrcnc llnhlur, Ilnlnru lliiiun, Phyllis ll.lNNCKl. Ch.irl-:uc Hunt, Xl.xrih.i llnllnwall, lllL'l lluilcll, Sliirlcy llnmmr. Ruth Huw. Xinq' l'lnllnwcll. ililllllll RUXY: Kenneth ll.lll.1l5.lL1gll. Circignry lhulxinx. C.ilxin llnlxc, kl.nnrw llnxnxixl. linhcrt llirxcy. C hcxlur llmiui, huurgv lliiih. Rodger llmnirnl. NY'illi.nn llnffin.1n. HOME ROOM: Annex G l'lRS'l' RONV: Nlgry Chris Kuqli, -I.1null King. Xligilalcnc Knrlwu, Nimni ,lnril.xn, l'.1lriui.1 Kring, CQclcwr.i .l.ihn. llarlcnu liawtiicr. Puggy slnlnmvn, licriiipc Lliunlui, 5h.irnn Kuuhlur. ,li-.in Innnh. Sl'C'ONll ROXY: Ruhr-ri Knnhh. fini' lirimn, Phillip -Innu, Albcri l.llNl7, Xl.irsh,1ll lqlluku, .I,nnu Nolan. ,lninuw loc, Xlulxin Qlqinuw, R.1yinnnil Lliqgcrs. .-Xrihur lnillnlic, THIRD ROXY: XI.ir5 Kiincr. liarnl Kirk. l.illi.in rliclxwii, luis hlulnisnn, AlLlI'g.ll'k'l l.1Il1l3, Icn.1luc -luliul. CQ.1ri1l Kiniur. l',1ul Krall. l"Ol,'RTH RONV: Riclmril ilnncs. Henry Rims, William Kelley. .lnhn liumplu. 115 ban. 2 li v !Hl , ,.., ,.,, ,-'ft 'bu 9.9, is 14 X ,, af - , HOME ROOM: Annex 7 l'lRS'l' ROXV: 'Virginia l.1ngu, Dunn! lynn. Clnnlyn xl.lI'.llN.lIl. lIbUlly Xlwlurwn. llnssic ll-wil, Slurnn Iilux, Stella l.innu, Rlmmla l,ynclx, Arlis Lnfunl, Huy luisr. Rnllm Xl.1yfl SILONU ROXY: lugcnc Iillx. klnlncx lcnnx. Xl.n'y l.LlINlW. Slxlrlcy Rl.II'l1!1, -lctm M.1x'Iin, M.lrg.1rct Al.ll'g.QLlCI. Connie Nl.1nns, Alplm Lynulm. Durlx l7nV.xll, lhnny lxixl. L-I ll THIRD ROXY: ,l1l1CUllUI'L' l,c:. Alvin l..nnl1. lIA.lI1li Nl.ll'Q1LlL'l, Chlc l,nngl1nnllur, llnrmlll BL-yl. llLlg.lI' Xlnrxcn, llxrrcll Al.ll'IlH. ,lanwx lcwix l,Cl'lly' x'llllKl I l6 IfOUR'l'II ROXY: Rnbcrl Mnflimn, lxrny lclmnmn. lnnux Xlayficlll. HOME ROOM: Annex S ' FIRST RONY: Slmlrluy l3.11'.w. Rnsc Xlorgxn. Lucia Ogllun, l'm.1rlw.xr.1 Xlnnlgnynsry. ,lu Ann Xlnnsv. llJI'l7LlI'Ll Mel-lone, ll0riS xlClilI1I'lL'y. Xl.11'g,xruL Xlnulalcr. Carrlu Nluflnru. -lnycc Xliltag. YCOND ROXV: ,Icrry Xliwl. llcnnis Xlnrpluy. lngcnc Pmy. -Inmcs Mxllcr, Ronald Nlllcs. lflrricli l'.xrlxcr, Cill.lI'lL'S .Inlmxnn Paul Olnlmnn, ,lnlwn O'Rcg11'. linngllnl AlCAl.lllLlN. 1 Tllllill ROXY: Marx Ollix, M.n'ilyn Muliim, lhrlcn: Nlclinlmclu, lD.n'ix Nlgfynirs. Xl.xry ljnrnn, Yxnnnc Nlnlsingcr, P.llI'lL'l.1 Owen, l'.1x1'ici.1 Nlillcr, lhlu Nlunaly. Cmry Nnnv. l5OllR'll'l RONY: lnnus ll.1Ll.Q0ll, txfllllll' Xlclilxn. Ilxvill Nlilltr. ilcnrgu Pnrxis. XYl.lfl'CII NlcCluru. Nrn'n1g1n Nlcllnwr. HOME ROOM: Annex 9 llRS'l' ROXV1 liyrnn Pmunm. llnrdnn Rnllgcrs. ,Icrry Rural, l.lnll.1 Rscvcs. llstlwr linlnnxon, lylilllld Ann Nl'lnnnn:r, Yvunnu Prcsxull. Xlnry Rcnn. XY'illi.nn Rnwley. lluglw R-wwlcy. Rnlvurl Rccnlcr. Sl'CfUNl7 ROXY: Vlrginix Plclss. .lnun Riddle. QQCUFQLIHII Rmslnusxcn, linris Rgulcliff, AlL'lI'Y Pnrcull, Sue Riley, l7.lII'lCl.l Mmls, Nl.n'ilyn S.1lua1n.1n, Shirley Runs. Yiljlgllmig linulcr, .lny cs Rnlwxitwnn, 'l'lllRl5 ROXY: Allvurt Ria. RUl5L'I'l Pnpc, llxin Rcnn, -l.nnux l'lnnnnur. Xnrnu IH-lcrxmm, Kunnl-llm Rnnnncs, Arllxnr innlcrx. Allxurl Rcxulmlxc, Clmrlug Rulwcru. Cfxrl Qnclwlmcn1.1n. IOURTH ROXV: Nlslvin Rnku. lclaml Pcytnn, , ,, N-.. gr., .L.. Xe t X, af. ,.. I ,z V A HOME ROOM: Annex 5 IfIRS'II RONV: Nlnrilyn SI141ffcr. NI.1ry I.uu Sincx. IIULIIJII Smith. Iut.x Snfdur. ISQLI1 .IC-U1 5CIH11ill. Iluriw Slmtlrrur. Nano Slmiwl. -In ,Xml 5uI1cII. Nlary Suhiykul. I,miIic Stein. -lug cc Smith. SICONIJ RUNY: R.1mun.1 Sinn, P.1triui.1 Sincx. Iicuy .Xlmc Sulmmimr. kI.hQs1L1CIfI1 Sdxullu. SI1irIcy SIIQLIJY, Iimc .Mm Sunnn:rxiIIc. lnrulyn 5I1uItl. Nancy SI1.1cIiIclt. Infquclim' SI1c.1. NI.1rtIv,1 Smith, 'IIIIIKIJ RONY: .IUIH1 Suhiqkul. XY'1IIuux' Sm1lI1.C,I1.1rIcs K. SIHIIII. ,ICAHCILC Small, 'I.miu' SINIIII. Iimma Spcmsur. Q1Iv.'mI.1 Smith. 'Innes Smith. KUIIII Sclmrrur. IOUIKTII ROXV: .I.11'x'i2 Sunil. ID-fzmILI SINIUIII. Kcnm':I1 5IIl.lI'f. Q.I1CNlL'I' SI11iII1s!'N. 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Your Friendly Pontiac and Cadillac Dealer 4l5 STATE STREET NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-229l Leslie Ann Fess and Marcella Murphy eye new fashions as presented by salesgirl Betty Ott If it's smort . . . if it's tosnionoble ' . it it's for Cl women t 1 ..itsot egfemeff Pearl and Market Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Graf' Auto Company DODGE and PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS MO-PAR ENGINEERED PARTS SALES and SERVICE Phone 4-6409 323 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA C A N D Y The Gift That's Always Goodl Indiana Candy Company 420 State Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-286l For Fountain Service and Complete Drug Service It's Vernon Mathes Drugs Vincennes Street at Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-3621 F. W. Woolworth Company SERVES You STORE AND CAFETERIA Market and Pearl Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA ICE CREAM Good Any Time and All the Time! Emery Ice Cream Company 550 Beharrell Avenue NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-I392 HUDSON-N EW ALBANY Extends its Best Wishes to the i950 Seniors l5th and Market Streets New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-227i The Little Store with the Large Selection of Dry Goods and Notions CARRIE M. BECK ll I0 Beeler Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8601 THE IOY SHOP Compliments Each of The i950 Seniors THE JOY SHOP 23l Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-7889 122 Our Congratulations to You, Seniors- Remember That We Fit The Hard to Fitl ZA EX one 4, Phone 4-i332 For Correct Floral Arrangements For Every Occasion Call NANCE FLORAL SHOPPE lOOl East Market Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-3322 Remember Weddings Are Our Specialty and We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere TRUNNELL AND BARR ls Southern lndiana's Appliance Center Liberty Building 4Ol Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6485 THE HOOSIER PANEL CO. CUSTOM MADE PLYWOOD FAIRMONT PARK NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6477 123 New AIbany's Authorized Dealer Of Orange Blossom Diamond Rings, Elgin, Hamilton, and Bulova Watches. Irion and Wolf Jewelers I3I East Spring Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2893 For Quick Delivery of All Quality Foods Call STEMLE'S MARKET Vincennes at Charlestown Road Phone 4-OI 3I NEW ALBANY, INDIANA AII' Types of Heating Equipment And Home Appliances By KAi.AMAzoo Quality Leaders Since I9OI I39 East Main Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-6242 For Watch, Clock or jewelry Repairing with Satisfaction Guaranteed Take your Repairs to GEO., W. SMITH IEWELER 33I Vincennes Street New Albany, Indiana CET OUR PRICES FIRST THEN TRY US FOR SERVICE Phone 4-5452 M. A. STEINERT'S COMPLETE Fooo MARKET is open evenings and Sundays Phone 4-4548 I7I7 Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY, INDIANA For the Best Radio and Television Repairs Call or Bring Your Set To Lang Television Service ISO6 East Spring Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA C. Warren Lang Phone 4-0836 Main Street Auto Sales "THE BEST IN. USED.CARS" A 4QI East Main Street I NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Arr Foel Phone 5-774i We Fit the Hard to Fit At ABROMS STYLE SHOP LADIES' AND CHILDRENS WEAR ZIO-I2 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-0562 121 Special Most Attention Delicious to Food Parties in and Falls Banquets Cities The varsity enjoys one of their many pre-game dinners at the Frances Cafeteria where they are carefully served by Mrs. Frances l-laughey, the owner, Mrs. Eleanor Read, Miss Mary Ruth Patton, Miss josephine Lewis and Mrs. Nova Wade. FRANCES' CAFETERIA 5Ol East Spring Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-297i VENEER COMPANY, :Nc Manufacturers of Foreign and 'Domestic Veneers and Lumber Box l89 Phone 3-6624 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA 12 5 PAYNE MOTORS Ford Soles ond Service Phone 5-5296 302 East Market Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA The Best in Motion Picture Entertainment for The Best Students ATTEND YOUR LOCAL NEW ALBANY THEATRES GRAND -- ELKS -- INDIANA Special Cards for Special Occasions Appropriate Cards for All Occasions THE KISER COMPANY HOME OF HALLIVIARK CREETINC CARDS Phone 4-3271 I44 Spring Street New Albany, Indiana WILLIAM S. MOOK GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 4-3286 Virginia Avenue New Albany, Indiana 126 T6- flfiaiw x, ,, Q for 1- 4 The ONE X Store In I New Albony XX YESTERDAY . . . TODAY . . . TOMORROW . . . 62 . .WITH YOU IN MIND THE OLDEST BANK lN FLOYD COUNTY lS THE Mutual Trust and Deposit Company Member Checking and Savings Accounts Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Commercial, Real Estate, and Federal Reserve System Personal Loans 322 Pearl Street Phone 4-228i New Albany, Indiana IfI.oP. I ST 9, 'f? 'J' ees. 8 I2.I 7 SILVER ST BEET t , .1 I, . l fu, ,cl NEW ALBANY INDIANA "Sa lt With Flowers" Phone 4-213i Y 127 BROWNIE'S CONFECTIONERY Your Friendly Corner Vincennes and Culbertson NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8097 LEIST AND SON IEWELERS 39 East Spring Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-7I4I Tires, Batteries, and Accessories VIC GUNTERMAN'S STANDARD SERVICE State and Spring Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8980 WALK'S New Albany's Prescription Drug Store Vincennes and Spring Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-52I7 Fresh Meats Frozen Foods Fancy Groceries MILEY'S GROCERY l30I East Market Street Phone 4-6403 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA PQRTABLE EQUIPMENT ELECITRIC AND ACETYLENE , WELDING AND CUTTING CENTRAL WELDING Cf BRAZING E' COMPANY 219 East Fourth Street Phone 5-744I NEW ALBANY, INDIANA The Food You Enjoy is At Burd's Confectionery 330 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2622 NAICO SALES Firx Plywood Panels D M andSCut to: Size 'Tl WHOLESALE 2I4 East Fourth Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-645i 128 i HORACE 1. CHASE The Man Behind The Camera For The Senior Blofter Picfures CHASE STUDIC 310 Bank Sfreef Phone 4-T822 New Albany, Indiana l-21 YOUR NEIGHBOR BURT OWENS PREscRiPTioN oizuccist IOI9 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8922 Compliments of HARDIN 5' CO. Distributors of NEBEL NYLON HOSE 309 State Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-5898 PETERS GROCERY Has All Your Grocery Needs l842 Elm Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-5I97 SUNSHINE HATCHERY 419 East Market Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-5249 FRIED FISH AND OYSTERS Smitty's Fish Market Fresh Fish at All Times OYSTERS-SHRI MP--FROG LEGS-ETC. 205 Bank Street Loftus-Lad uc Company Wilbur L. Loftus Realtors - Insurors L o A N s On Improved City Real Estate Interest 500 20 Years to Pay Minimum Loan 52,000 Phone 4-4403 347 Vincennes Street Telephone 5-6659 TRINKLE MOTORS O L D S M O B I L E Sales and Service 429 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-6607 JENSEN'S DELICATESSEN Has Good Things to Eat I9I 5 West Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8878 130 ACL .W .55'f5m..s., Main Office Of RISSLER CIL SERVICE Risco Products Six Stations New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-36I9 Compliments 'ro you, Seniors HOOSIER CABINET CO. Tray and Chambers Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2252 MADDEN PHARMACY Vincennes at Oak Street Phone 5-5711 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA For Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetables JOHN J. GRAF Locust and jackson Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-O743 When You Think of Hardware- Think of EUREKA HARDWARE 1905 Charlestown Road Phone 5-6871 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA C. Robert Brook G' Son REALTORS -- INSURORS 349 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2752 Compliments of ZAPP'S DAIRY 1801 East Spring Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6424 HONEY KRUST BAKERY 414 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA QUALITY FOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES JERRY'S MARKET 18th and Spring Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-O451 PETERY-HEDDEN oFFicE APPLIANCES 133 East Spring ............... Phone 5-5215 415 Pearl .................... Phone 5-5215 New Albany, Indiana Royal Typewriters-New, Portable, and Used Sales, Service, Rentals Photographic Supplies, Cameras and Equipment Radios Refrigerators Maytag Washing Machines S2 - The above photograph shows louett N, Reisz personally showing two of the l95O seniors, Carolyn Cullins and Dick Pennington, through the store. l Young People Will Tell You - RCISZ Is A Good Store To Knew! luunff 4-nu iles -- zmfl fvlrler vnu iles lt-am lllal lleisz i u miml store ln T' I Y' kiwi - xslle-tlu-r xnu are fllI'IllSlllll51 xnur first linim on u linlilerl llll1lgIf'l 4 nr 11-flCc'm'alli1g1 xnur lzirgfer lwnze inim- lzlxislllx. We gin- mr-ry vu-V ltblllfll' our undixiflt-xl persrmzil ulleiitinn. You zuirl your lmmf- aml llzlppines 'ire xvry important to us. CONGRATULATIONS! Q We congratulate the class of l95O on your fine spirit and accomplishments, We are glad to be represented in your personal copy of this year's SENIOR BLOTTER, lt is a fine publication. FURNITURE CO. New ALBANY, IND. 1- SALEM, lNo ff Z-if ,. W, .. M., A. wc,W-M, NQRTHSIDE CLEANERS Call 4-1992 FOR QUALITY CLEANINC I-Iats Cleaned and Blocked Dyeing PICK UP AND DELIVERY IZI3 State Street New Albany, Indiana Quality Apparel for Men Jelm BQNllh:lwu SOClliTY BRAND CLOTHES 312 PEARL ST. 0 Between SPRING I MARKEY 0 NEW ALBANY Phone 4- I 363 RASMUSSEN AND SON Flowers For All Occasions Telegraph Service to AII Out-of-Town Points Telephone 5-6617 Rasmussen Court at Locust Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA COMPLIMENTS of SHINE SERVICE CO When Better Automobiles Are Built- BUICK Will Build Them Third and Market Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-6668 131 A Qmwiw' r13,wwf"'MW? idk? V .::,. g:,::a. " Melvin Kiesler, Lee Henry, Mr, Don Barrett, manager, and Paul Poff are pictured while discussing the possibilities of the l95l basketball team out- TRI-CITY AUTO SU PPLY DISTRIBUTOR OF GENUINE PARTS 506-8 Pearl Street Phone 4-ZZOI New Albany, Indiana side the The Floyd County Funeral Directors Association - George A. Kraft The Seabrook Go. Thomas l.. Mullineaux George Shrader Elmer H. Dieckmann and Son Eyes Examined C-Iasses Fitted DR. R. J. VANCE OPTOMETRIST Office at Conner's Drug Store 336 Pearl Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-4622 W. A. DAY GROCERY Fresh Ivleats and Vegetables B24 Thomas Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-I3B3 John Vernia and Son MONUMENTS Pearl and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6032 Fountain Luncheonette CuIIen's Variety Store 623 Indiana Avenue NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-3I82 Ice Cream Sandwiches Fountain Service MAN US DRIVE-IN DRIVE-IN SERVICE 20Il Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8004 Compliments of GUS HIGHFILL Your Barber 4l 6 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Groceries Meats Vegetables SHUCK'S GROCERY 2326 Shelby Street Phone 4-3862 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Batteries Tires Lubrication TERHUNE'S GOLDEN TIP 220 East Spring Street Phone 5-8986 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Accessories Wheel Balancing Service 136 Compiirnents of BREECE VENEER AND PANEL CO 13th and McBe'rn NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6491 Congratulations to the Class of 1950 ll' fsfzafavf' TOYS GIFTS HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS ARROW SUPPLY CO. Fishing, Hunting and Shooting Equipment I5th and Spring Streets Phone 5-88l7 New Albany, Indiana BIR LUMBER CG. Luiyi-B I R l3th and Dewey Streets New Albany, Indiana Phone 5-5253 FASHION SHOP 2I5 Pearl Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 5-686i Compliments of Mabel and George CHECKERBOARD GRILL lO3l Vincennes Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 5-84l3 Compliments of Floyd County Virgil Williams and Son Garage Fraternal Order of Police SM, and LOCUS, Streets State and Spring Streets New Albany, Indiana New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-0862 EVANS 2l7-219 Pearl Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 4-5601 Compliments of A FRIEND 1338 Thurman Conrad and Phillip Hart examine a prize Hereford heifer which is typical of the Grade A meats always found at K A H L ' S M A R K E T Phone 4-4273 I423 East Oak Street New Albany, Indiana PURITY MAID MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM I2th and Market Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-5246 BANKING INVESTMENTS INSURANCE BUSINESS LOANS AMERICAN BANK FEDERAL HOUSING LOANS A Complete Banking Service Elsby Building II9 East Spring Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-6664 See W. C. "BILL" BATES Your Auto Salesman for That New Car STUDEBAKER CARS AND TRUCKS SMITH BROTHERS AUTO SALES, INC. 244 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA The Home Transit Incorporated Your Favorite Store ln NEW ALBANY SERVES ' NEW ALBANY IND AI . YOU DEPARTMENT STORE I209 Vincennes Street New Albany, Indiana Always .... The Most tor Your Money I-III ,L 'Q x I -h Q I .,.' 1 :xv an I I I mu APP I While waiting tor one ot their favorite afternoon television programs Donald Loughmiller, Mr. Charles Schmitt, jr., Robert Schmitt and james Murray laugh over a humorous incident that happened during the I949-SO basketball season. SCHMITT FURNITURE CC., INC. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS State and Main Streets New Albany, Indiana Phone -4-2285 III SMITH AUTO CO. CHRYSLER 1: PLYMOUTH :: CMC TRUCKS Large Selection of Cood Used Cars Phone 5-6674 State and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Howell Makes the House the Home HQWELL FURNITURE CO. 315 State Street Phone 4-2203 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA B R U C E F O X WROUGHT METALS, INC. Manufacturers of FINE CIFTWARE AND TROPHIES Pearl Street Phone 4-6459 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Compliments of BERNARD J. WEBER R EA L'ro R Phone 4-5923 317 Bank Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA 14.2 Dick Riely is shown a pair of the latest style Kingsridge slacks by judy Peck. Mr. Richard Kelso seems pleased with Dick's selection. KELSO'S MEN SHOP Phone 4-2533 320 Pearl Street New Albany, Indiana Knowing that Dixon Cleaners rate high with those desiring the best in all types of cleaning work, Mary Helen Mclntosh and David Allgood receive their finished work from Miss lane Riggle. DIXON CLEANERS Office and Plant: West and Ealy Streets Branch: 4l8 E. Market Street Phones 5-54ll and 5-5588 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA MlLLER'S MARKET Phone 4-Ol9l IO7 East Market Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Mr. Harry Miller assures Mary Ann Burd that she has chosen the foods that will delight her guests at her next party. Milton Campbell is waiting with another item he thinks she will need. KANNAPEL'S DAIRY 402 East Market Street Phone 5-6679 New Albany, Indiana Donald Haas, Mary lo Ring, and Doris Hart know that their lunch is not properly balanced without a bottle of Kannapel's Grade-A Milk. Donald Belcher decides that one bottle is not enough and reaches for the second. 143 FRESH MEATS C. H. BROWN CJRDCERIES 2IOI Culbertson Avenue NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-627I KAISER'S TOBACCO STORE 326 PearI Street Phone 5-567I New Albahy, Indiana IEWELRY CLOTHING FURNITURE At LEWIS STORES, INC. 3I4 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-6426 Pick up and Delivery - - Pressing While-U-Wait BROWN DRY CLEANING HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED Compliments of PARK SHELL SERVICE East Fourth and Main Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 5-8936 L. THORN Cr SONS SEEDS 223-225 State Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-37II Compliments of M G' J MARKET 2IO9 Ekin Avenue Phone 4-I573 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA THE MEYER COAL CO "I-Iome of Cood Coal" Yard-Monon R. R. and Beeler Street Shower Prooted - Free "A Trial Will TeII" NEW ALBANY, INDIANA IOO7 Vincennes St. Phone 4-I582 AEI Ph 4-6475 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA MEEER one R lil fkxf 5 . 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Quick-Recovery GAS water heaters keep the family in hot water for only a few cents per day. Ee COOKING . . . with more modern conveniences , for greater cooking satisfaction, the new GAS range is the choice of modern homemakers. In- i stant heat on top burners, oven and broiler pro- vide fast, even heat for all cooking operations. If REFRIGERATION . . . the only refrigerator with no moving parts in the freezing system assures trouble-free, silent operation for years and years. Mon AND Mons... l 7'fferRe1vvl5f0 Z INDIANA GAS 8 WATER COMPANY, INC. Orange Grape Root Beer Ginger Ale Prize Drink YOur Your Drink Prize Smiling in anticipation of the taste thrill of a bottle ot Cl, lerry Tyler, Wanda Kehoe, and Betty lean Walter look over the modern equipment at the C. I, Muller bottling plant C. J. MULLER BEVERAGE COMPANY State Road I 50 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA 5-732I 4-0845 CECIL COTNER Concrete Contractor o DRY CLEANING AND SHOE REPAIRING Trenching Service Air Compressor For Rent . 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Not only school work, but hobby- ing, reading and even games re- quire proper light it eyestrain is to be avoided. And it must be avoided by young and old alike. The risk is too great to take a chance on permanent eye injury. lf you're not sure about your light- ing, check up today. Then see your dealer for right-sized bulbs and glare-free lighting fixtures, COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. 118 Barbara Reisert and Lorraine Henley know they can always find their favorite foods at the Mark Twain Restaurant owned and managed by Mr. E. C, Brown, Mrs. Margaret McManus, their favorite waitress, pours Barbara's tea. THE MARK TWAIN ll3 East Main Street New Albany, Indiana Phone 5-8927 C H E V R O L E T And Everything For A Chevrolet New Albany's First Stop For Top Service New Albany Motor Co. Fifth And Spring james Stamper takes the wheel, Nancy Carnighan looks on and they find many things about a Chevrolet Truck to interest them, Roger Rudder tells the story. 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ENDRIS AND SON Jewelers The Senior Blotter urges you to recognize the Boosters of NAHS we ' -i' through your patronage of firms advertising in this section 23OP us NEW ALBANY INDIANA Ph 4 3133 1.2 AUTOGRAPHS Smart indeed the couple who begins life in their own Gunnison Champion Home. The ease and efficiency of your new Cham- ' ' ' l pion Home will enhance your lifetime of health, happiness, security and comfortable living, AUTHORIZED DEALER W. C. MAETSCHKE 153 Comer Biggerstaff . . . Robert C. Bulleit .... john A. Cody, jr. . . . , Eugene A. Hancock .... Wm. B. Janes .... Nicholas L. Leist .... Chester V. Lorch .... Frank E. Lorch, jr. . . . Richard C. O'Connor Telford B. Orbison . . . jacob G. Rudy . . . Paul J. Tegart ........ Raymond B. Wfoodward . Harold Exline .... Llewellyn Johnson . . . J. Harry Lee, Jr. . . . J. Harry Lee, Sr. . . Wm. W. Lee ..... Leonard Rosenthal . . . B. G. Temple ..... Edgar W. Temple . . . NAI-IS is pwfeeaional Ddmeotafuf ATTORNEYS . . . .6 Mutual Trust Building . . . . . . . .Union National Bank Building ....ElsbyBuilding............ . . . .401 Elsby Building . . . . .. . .325 Elsby Building ... . . . . .405 Elsby Building . . . . ....517 Elsby Building .... ....517ElsbyBuilding......... . . . .Union National Bank Building . . . .Union National Bank Building . . . .Union National Bank Building . .... 405 Elsby Building ....... . . . . .... 205 Kresge Building . . . . DENTISTS . . . .500 East Spring Street . . . . . . .511 Elsby Building .... . . . .313 Elsby Building .... . . . .313 Elsby Building .... . . . .313 Elsby Building .... . . . .206 Elsby Building . . . . . . . .425 Elsby Building . . . . . . . . Liberty Building . . . . ITS . Za 4-6281 5-5219 4-1012 4-3213 4-6133 4-1911 5-5251 5-5251 5-5219 5-5219 5-5219 4-1911 4-1162 4-3694 4-4542 4-1222 4-1222 4-1222 5-8651 4-1341 4-0211 Been, Jolm ...,..... A .......37, 62, 37, 40, 41, 64, 106, James .....,, ..........,.....,...........,,,, ,,,, Adams, Edna ...............,.. Aebersold, Stanley ,......, . Aemmer, Patricia Ann ,,.. Agan, Treva Lee ,,,,..,,,,,,, Allen, Barbara ,.,.,,,... 24, Allen, Gary ..,,,, ......,.... Allen, Allen, Nancy ..,,.,, Allgood, David ...,,, .........56, 110, Almon, Robert ,..,,.. Alstott, Robert .,,.... Alstott, William ...,, Amacher, Marcella .. Ammons, Zelma ..... Anders, Bonnie ..., Anders, Marilyn .,,. Anders, Rozella ..,,,,.....69, 50, ........65, 21, 1 Atkins, June ............ Anderson, Carl ..... ....... 6 8, Anderson, Dolores ,. ,......... .. Anderson Emma ...... ,65, Anderson Ivan ..1. ...,... 68 , Andres, Elmer ..... Andres, Odell ,,....,.,..,. ...... Andres, Raymond 1..., .,... Andres, Rozella ..,............. ........ . Andres, Wilbur ...,.,...,.......... ............ Angel, Howard Richard ...............,........ 35, Angel, Regina Ann ................................ 65, Appleby, Belva Joyce..25, 38, 39, 40, 41, Applegate, Danny ............................... ..... Arcemont, Jeffrey .....,..,. Arcemont, LaVerne Arnold, Edward ,.......,. Archer, Delores ............. Ashabranner, Martha .... Atchley, Margeret ..,.,... Atkins, Amelia Joan... Atkins, Norma ..... Atkins, Patricia . Atkins, Ronald ..,...., Atkinson, Norma .... 57, '7udez Baylor, David ...... Baylor, Phyllis ..... Bays, Lola I ....,........... ,. Beach, J ul1a ....,...... Beanblossom. Juanita Beard, Ronald .,,....,. Beasley, Melvin ....... Becht, Agnes ..... Becht, Rita ....,,... Bedan, Shirley ......, Belcher, Donald ....... Belcher, Joyce Belles, Paul. ...,...,.,,, Belvly, Gloria ,,,,,,,1..,,,, Benbrook, Thomas .. Benjamin, Ann ....,. Bennett, Delores ...... Bennett, Kenneth Bennett, Maryln .... Bensing, Mary ........ Berg, Marilyn .... Berry, Dorene .... Berry, Donald Berryman, Eileen Best, Damon ....... Best, Helen ,........ Beyl, Donald ,....,,,,,,,,,, Bezy, Paul ..,....,,.,..,,, Biggerstaff, Virginia Biggs, Ann ....,..,,.,,, Birk, Carl Lee ......... 69, .......54, .,,,,..24, 55, ...65, 63, .,.ffff2,"72'.'"7'5Q"'i07Q ...........1a, 62, 64, 'fffffff6i',"'6'2,"65, """'11111i155Q ...ff24,"55, .......62 65, .......62, 64, Bischof, Jerome ........... Bishop, Lawerence . Bisinger, Joann ,.,..... Blackburn, Shirley .... Blackman, Dorothy . .......31, 62, 65, ................. ,51, ...,....54, '55 7 v Austin, Carolyn ....., Austin, Gayla ..... Austin, Martha Austin, Nancy ,..,.. Avery, Nancy ,..... ,...... B Bachman, Edgar .. ,........,.. ...,... 3 4, Backherms, Janet ......, 41, ..,....,,,.64, .,.....40, ....fQffI56Q .......32, 88, 43, Bacon, Fred Eugene .... .......................... Bacot, Zoerado ,.,..... ......,..,................... Badger, Norma .... .,,,.., 5 4, 55, 62, 64, Baer, Charles Bailey, Joyce ......,..... Bailey, Shirley Baker, Russell Baldwin, Betty Ball, Agnes , ........,,,.....,.................,....... 44 Ballard, Bruce ,28, ........,,28, 29, , Cole, Auystm A ......... Clarence ......,....,..............,.......... , 33, 43, 54-, Banet, Beatrice Banet, Banet, Dolores ............ 25 Banet, Doris ......... ....... Banet, Joann ...,. ..., Banet, Juanita .... Barber, Lowell ,......, Barker, Patricia ....... Barkes, Carol Ann ......., Barnett, Madeline ......... 62, ...........60, 46, 47, 55 ff.f.'.'.'ff.'.1Qff,','.QQ',',65Q 54, 65, .......25, ..,,,..37, .,.....33, Barr, Rosemary ..,............... ,....,,,,,,... 64 , Bauer, Mary Margaret ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 1, 64, Baugh, Mildred ,,.,...,........ ,......,,,,,,,,,,,, Baumgartle, Wayne .... Baumann, Anthony ....... Baumann, Louis .,,,.,,... Baumann, Shirley ...,.., 52, ....,,.37, .......s3, 65, .,,....33, '.'.'.f,f24 1 37, 58. 65, 59, 68. 2.34, 65, Brown, Sandra ...., Bruce, James .. Bryant, Benny .... Bryant, Mary ....... Buchheit, Marilyn ..,.. Budd, Lynn ................ Bullington, Rose Ann ..,. Bunch, Donald ........... Bunch, James ....... Burch, Charles .....,,, 41, .......,.,.50, ....,...40, 11164, Burchett, Patricia .,......,.....,................, 51, Burd, Mary Ann ..............., 25, 40, 41, 111, Burden, Coleen ..... ......,..,.,,,..........,,,. 6 4, Burke, Dennis .......,.............................. 59, Burke, Joseph ,,.,...,,,...,.,....,..,...,,...,....,,,,... 24, 28, 29, 4-4, 45, 46, 47, 68: Burke, Mary Ann .,..,,......,...............,....,,. 64, Burke, Patrick ..,.,........,....,,. ,,.24, 48, 68, Burd, Mary Ann ................ 25, 40, 41, 111, Burkhart, William ......,.,,,...,..,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Burns, Richard ..........,..1..........,...........,,.,,,,. Busald, Rosemary ......,,,............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... 19, 21, 54, 55, 62, 64, Buse, Joyce ............ ,,....... . 38, 40, 41, 64, Bush, Charles ....,...........,.....,..,...... 51, 59, Bush, David ...,. ,........,.. .....,........,.... 6 9 , Bush, Paul ,..,.,. ...............,,...,.....,,....,...,,,. Butner, James . .,.,... 30, 46, 47, 48, 68, Byrd, John ....,.. ...............,,,,.,.,,...,,,,,.... Byrd, Roberta Byrley, Janet C Blake, Betty .,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, Blake, Beverly ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 1, 26, 32, Bline, Carl ,,,,,,1,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4.3 , Bline, Frances ......,... ..........,... 43 , Bline, Muriel ....,,,,,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Blomquist, Margaret ..... ............ Boardman, Virginia ,..... ..60, Bobb, Jessie Ruth .......... ....... 1 8, Bobbitt, Jeanette ..... Bobeau, Norman .... Bocard, Judith ........ Bomersbach, Doris .. Booth, Margaret .... Borden, Mary ...., Bostock, Paul ......... Bottoroff, James ....... Bottles, Anna Bowen, Linda ....... Bowman, Vera ..... Box, Ronald ...,,,,,,,,, Boyken, Clenice ..... Braeutigam, Ruth .... Brandt, Doris Breen, Patsy ,.,.. Brewer, Doris Bridges, Betty ,,...... Bright, Rea ..,,..,.,,,.... ........25, .......31, 21, 69, 59: v ........33 Brinkworth, David ..,...,........,.......... 4-8 Broadus, Norma ....,.,, 19, 21, 54, 55 Broadus, Patsy ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Broadus, William ...,,,.. Brock, Charles ........ Brock, Donald ......, Brock, George ...,.....,, v 61, 341, 59, 62, 32, Camm, Donald ...........,...... ........,.......,.. Campbell, David ,........................... 24, 37, Campbell, Evelyn ........,.....................,......... Carnighan, Nancy ........ 20 44, 46, 64, 91, Carpenter, Homer . .......,.....,.....,, 61, 62, Carpenter, James .............................,......,... Carpenter, Paul .............,,...,,......,....,.... 69, Carpenter, Robert ........ 3, 18, 21, 47, 68, Carper, Patricia .....................,............., 33, Carr, Audrey ..,..... ......................,.,........ Carroll, James ..... Carroll, Patrick ..... Carter, Robert E ..........,... 1 Broecker, Martha ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4. 64, Brollier, Richard A .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brooks, Elizabeth ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 40 , 41, 56, Brooks, Joan ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6, 62, Brooks, Richard ,.....,, ,,,,,,, 1 8, 20, 30, Brown, Delbert A ....... .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 5, Brown, Donald ..,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Finley ,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Gary ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Gilbert .... ,...........,,,,....,.,, 3 6 37, Brown, Jane ...,.,,.,... 26, 27, 46, 47, 64, Brown, Mary ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Norma , .... . 61, ...Qlfiiil ..,....3a, Casey, Dolores ...,..,....,...,...,....,...,,,,........ 31, Caudill, H. C ................,....,,,......,,..,.,..,. 50, Caylor, David .,.........,., 25, 28, 29, 37, 45, Chaffin, Cale .,............................................ Chappelle, Robert ....,.......,....,.,.....,...,.,,,.... Christian, Emmitt ..... ...... Christian, Robert .............. ,, ,....,,.,...,,... .. Christiansen, Thomas .,.............................. Clark, Donna ............................ 25, 49, 62, Clark, Marilyn ..................,.............,.,..... 49, Clay, Quentin .....................,.................. 68, Clayton, Janette .......,.. 33, 37, 38, 40, 41, Clayton, Robert .....,..,..........................,...... 19, 20, 28, 45, 4-6, 68, 72, Cobb, Ronald .............................................. Cochran, William ...,... ....,. Cockrum, Robert ........... .,....... Coffman, Geraldine ....... ,........... Coffman, James .......... ....,... 6 1, Coffman, Robert ..,.. ....... 46 , Cogswell Betty ....... ........ 3 9, Collins, Geraldine ..,,...... Collins, Patricia .........,.... ,...,..22, ......,65, Colwell, Barbara ..36, 37, 40, 4-l, 42, 62, Combs, Joanne ...,.,,.,.......,,.,,.,..,,,,.,,,,,,,, 53, Combs, Robert .......................,........ 59, 63, Condra, Nancy 1..,........... ....... 3 5, 50, Condra, Patsy ,lo Ann ....... ......,......,,.., 5 1, Condra, Samuel ....,........ .,........................ Conrad, Carolyn ,......,. ,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 2, 64, Conrad, Thurman ..,,..., ,,,,.,,,, 2 5, 52, 111, Cook, Connie ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cooley, Jack ......1.. ..,..............,.,.. Cooley, Janet ...,., ........ 5 1, 64, -Coons, Jo Ann ....,.,... ,,,,.,, 3 9, 64, 111 94 Coomes, Norman . ....... Cooper, Joyce' ......,...... Cooper, Theodore ...... Corbett, Donald ....... Corcoran, James ..... Corcoran, Thomas ....,. ................. Cord, Martine .......... Corn, Lawrence ....., Corrao, John ......, Corrao, Pete .......,. Cotner, Pauline Cox, Randall ....... Cox, Zelma , .......... Crady, Jeanette ........ ...,...36, 37, fffffffaiu' Craig, Ida ..A....,..,.................-..,,,.---- Crawford, Ann .,.............................. Crawford, Betty 124, 25, 26, 39, Craycroft, Barbara .... ................---- Craycroft, Evelyn ......4.................... Crayden, Earlene ..... Crayden, Lois .........,. Crim, Doris ,,..... Crim, Joan .,..,.. Crone, Eugene ..... Crone, George ..... Crosby, Jean .,... Crosby, Reid ...,, Croxall, Linnie ..... Cullen, Masie ...... Cullins, Carolyn ..,... Cutler, Jane ,..,...... Daily, Jolene ........... Dannenfelser, Roger Davidson, Harry R., Davis, Donald .,,.,...... Davis, Norma .... Davis, Patricia ....... Dawson, Jack ,...... Day, Thelma .... Deal, Luella .....,..., DeArk, George .....,. Deason, Donald ...,... Deason, Jack rr....,,... Deatrick, James ...,... DeCamp, Dorothy .. Decker, Mary ......,,... Deem, Nancy ,,....,.... .,.,,,.r,.35, ...ffffffsafi ..,.,..18, 21, D .......35, Denbo, Anna Ruth ....... ....... Denison, Roger .....,.r Denny, Patricia .... Denny, Stanley ......., Denny Suzanne ....,., Denny, William ,...., Denton, Henry ....,. Detrick, Herman ..... Deuchars, Carolyn .. DeVore, Dorothy ..., DeVore, Helen ...... DeVore, Joseph .... Didat, Elmer .... Didat, John ............ ....'.'.'.3a Didelot, Robert .......... Dieckmann, Janet ...,,,, ....... Diedrich, Patricia ..i..Y .,.,,.. Dierking, Ronald ......., Dillman, Larry ....... Dillow, Janet ......,.. DiSalvo, Danny ...... Dobbins, Kenneth ....,. Dodge, Donald ,...... Dohoney, Juanita ,....... .,......,.... Donan, Joseph .,,...... Dorn, John ............ Douglas, Edward .,,,, Douglas, Robert ...,., Doyle, Michael ....... Drago, Grace ......... Dudley, Dale .......... ,..ff6i," Dudley, Russell ........,... ....... Dudley, Theodorcia Duffy, Patrick .....,..,... ....... Dugan, Joyce ...... .... -.. 1-- Dugan, Lester ...... . Duggins, Helen ...,....,, Duncan, A. Roy ......,,.. Dupaquier, Peggy .,,,.. DuVall, Carolyn ..... DuVall, Doris ...... DuVall, Dorothy ...... DuVall, Lynden ....... Dyer, James ......... Dyer, Juanita .... Dyer, Warren ...,... ,,..... E Eblesisor, David ..,..........,.. .......59, 61, 31, ...,...61, ...........60, .......2l. 64, 25, ag Eblesisor, Jacqueline ...... .,,.... 6 4, Edwards, William ....,,..-- -4----- 6 3. Ellenbrand, Eva .,.....,.. Ellenbrand, Herbert ...... 52. Ellenbrand, Mary .,..... ....... 6 4. Ellenbrand, Thecla ........ ,...... 5 4, Elliott, Donald ....,.,..... ...69. Elliott, Lois ..,,......... ---65. Elliott, Robert ...., Ellis, Kathryn ...... ,.,............----- 5 4. Ellis, Peggy ...A.......,...,......--...,----,--- 62. 65. Emery, Eva Ann ..,....... 18, 20, 54, 64, Emery, George ...,........,,..............,.... 50. Endicott, Marisue ....,. 18, 21, 54, 64, Endris, John .....................,.....---,,-,, -'--, Engle, George ...,..... ....,...........----- - --34. Engleman, Lois ............ -,--4 Engleman, Mary ............ .............----...- 3 l. Engleman, Nancy Jane .................,.......... 34. Engleman, Nancy Lee ...,,... 18, 21, 62, Erdman, Kenneth .............. 19, 28, 63, Ernst, Richard ........ .........,.................-..-- Evans, Donald ....... ,...... 2 5, 30. 37 58. Eve, Robert ,............. ..........,.-.--- .---- Everdon, Donald ....,. ............,. 6 8, 75, Evilsizer, Betty ........ ....... -,..- Ewing, William ...... ...,... 6 3- F Faith, Marjorie ....,....,,...,................. ..... Falkenstein, James ...,..................,............. Fansler, Earl ............ ....,.. 2 3, 29, 58, Farabee, Robert ...... ............................. Farish, Merlin ,....... ......,,..,......... ...,. Farmer, Lowell ............,,,.......... ............ Farnsley, Donald Howard ......, Farnsley, Donald Robert ....,.......,... ,.... Farnsley, James .............,..... ....... 5 2, Farrell, Carl ,.,,.,...,,..,.,....... ...... . ..57, Fein, Jane ,,.....,. ....... 40 , 64, Fell, Bruce ........... .... ..... Fendall, Shelley .,,... ......, 4 2, Fenger, Janice ..,........ .,..... 6 5, Ferguson, Imogene ...... .... ........ Ferguson, Joyce ......... .... .,... Fertig, Bonnie Jean .........,,.,................... 54, Fertig, Jo Ann .................,...........,.... 55, Fess, Leslie Ann .......... 26, 39, 40, 93, Fischer, Alma ................,.............. ..... Fischer, Keith ....,... Fischer, Jo Ann ,,...... Fischer, Prentice ..,,.... Fleischer, Judith ........ Flora, Clarice ......... Flora, Janet ...... Flynn, Ellis ....... Flynn, John ...,. Flynn, Joyce ....... Foster, Donna ........, Foushee, William ....... Fox, Billy Joe ..,..,.... Frakes, Thomas ,.,... Francis, Harley ....... Frank, Carolyn ........, Frank, Jessie Juanita ...... Frank, Wanda ........... Freiberger, Melvin ....... Froman, Albert ............. Fulkerson, Jo Ann ...,,.... Fulkerson, Wilma ...... Fulks, Rosaline ...... ...fffao .......33, 'miiiiiii19, ...iE3.J, 64, ...24, ...Ea 58 "Eli 65, 39, 65, 50, .48, 23, s Q v 111 114 85 114 114 116 108 108 114 113 110 108 92 113 114 92 92 92 114 111 114 84 114 92 92 92 93 108 113 114 108 93 93 52 108 77 111 37 93 114 114 149 93 93 115 93 108 111 110 108 111 115 11.5 108 108 108 93 121 84 108 108 83 56 111 111 108 108 108 115 93 58 83 111 93 93 111 111 111 93 115 Fulks, Stella ........... ........................ 6 4, Fultineer, Jean ....... ......................... . 63 Funk, Mary Jo .................... 24, 32, 62, 64, Furlong, Carolyn ......................, N65 Futter, Carl .................., ............,..... ..... G Gaeke, Shirley ..... .... .....,....,,.,..., . 6 5 Gardner, Jack ..... ....,.. 2 8, 29 58, Gardner, Jane ........ ............,,........ Gardner, Robert ...... .................. Garland, Betty ........ ........ Garland, Glenda ..... ...,.., 3 4, Garvin, Josephine .... Garvin, Shirley ........ ..,....,.. ..... Gastineau, Ronald ......,,...............,. Gebhart, Flossie .,.., ....... 5 4, 55 64, Gehlbach, Albert .....,.. ...................... Gehring, Marie ....,. ,.................. Genung, Belle .....,.. .................,. Gerdon, Carolyn ...,.,. ........ 5 3 64, Gilland, Nancy ..,..... ........ ..... Glover, Edward ...... ....... 3 0, 72, Glover, Nancy ......,..................,,..... 53 64, Goetsch, Fred ........,......................... 37 42, Gohmann, Margaret ..........,...,..................... 19, 26, 27, 34, 44, 45, 46, 88, Gohmann, Martin ...,....................,..,........ 2, Goodale, Shirley .................................... 65, Goodman, Margaret ..., ......,....... 6 4, Goodwin, Keith ...... ....................... Goodyear, Mary ..,.. ....... 1 8, 46, 64, Goulding, John ....... .,....,,,......... 6 9, Goulding, Louise .... ....,.. 3 2 64, Graham, Leonard ........ ................ Granger, Ann ......... ....... 6 2, Grantz, Robert ........ . ........ Grantz, Ronald ....... ........ 5 2. Gravitt, Della ,.......,. ..,...... Graybrook, Patsye .... ,...,,i..... Greenwood, Betty ........ 56. Gregory, Chester .....,.. ......... Grether, James ...,.. ....-.-,-..- Griffin, Betty ......... ............., 5 3. Grigsby, Judith ,..... ..,.........,......... Grimes, Betty ....... ....... 2 1. 54. 55. Groher, William ,.... .........,........ 6 3. Grose, Joan ..... ..,..---. Grose, Viola ......... ....----, Grubbs, Joyce ..,..... ..,......... Grube, Edward ....... ....... 4 5. Grube, Leon ....... . .... . Gutkese, Joan ....... H Haas, Donald ,.......,.......,..... ....... 7 5 94. Haas, Velma ....,.....,..,...., ........ ...-. Habermel, David .. .......... .. Hale, Norman ..,...... ...... . 62. Hall, Charles .,..... , ..,. . Hall, Henry ....... . ......-. - Hall, Jean ......,.......,. ....,... ..--- Hall, Lula May ....... ........... 43 . Haller, Sue ,....,......,.,.. ....... 3 9 64. Hamelmann, James .... ........... 5 9. Hamilton, Mary .......,.. .,-- .,-.- Hamilton, Richard ,....... ..-.--. 5 1, Hamilton, Roy ............ ...-.--. 3 0. Hampton, William ......,.............. ..... Hampton, Irene ................................,. ...,. Hampton, Marcia . .,...,, 36, 37, 59 65, Hanna, Jo Ann ....,,..,,,..,...................... ..-.. Hanna, Jo Ann Catherine ........ 21, 62 64, Hansford, James ..i...,...,,................ 68. 76. Hardin, Elizabeth Marie .. . ..,....... Hardin, Harriett Virginia ............,. 64, Hardin, Patricia ........... .............,..,........ Hardman, Cathleen ...... ....... 5 3. 62. 64, Hardman, Dolores .... .................... 6 5. Hargis, Nellie .,..i.... .............. 4 3, Harmon, Harry ....... ....... 3 5. Harpe, Robert ,.... ..., ..... Harper, Alice .....,....,.. ...,.....,. ,.... Harper, Barbara ..,.......... ,...... 3 8 64, Harrington, Donald ,....... .....,,.... 43 , Harris, Charles ......... ....... 44 , 46, 93 115 93 115 76 111 108 93 111 115 108 110 115 111 93 83 111 83 108 111 108 107 115 93 111 115 108 68 94 115 109 115 114 107 111 115 111 115 111 111 108 83 94 111 111 111 94 94 110 114 143 115 94 111 115 112 111 94 108 115 115 108 110 115 115 110 115 94 115 94 65 94 11 115 108 107 115 94 108 94 Harris, Emogene ..,.... ................ Harris, Jack .,..,....... ........A.......... Harris, Minette ....... ........ 43 , 65, Harris, Robert W ..,... .......................... Harrison, Barry ...... .............................. Harrison, Evelyn ..,........... 38, 54, 55, 64, Harrison, Merle ..............i,.,,........... 68, 72, Harshbarger, Phyllis ,.,,....,.............Y.. ......... Hart, Doris .,,.................,.,....... 24, 49, 115, Hart, Phillip ..........,..,.. 52, 68, 70, 88, 94, Harter, Roy ,.....,.. ................................ 7 6, Hartley, Alice ......., ............................ 6 4, Hartman, Herman ,,.., .........,,........ Hartman, Patricia ..... ........ 2 4, 51, Harvey, Ralph ...... ......,.... 3 5, Harvey, Robert ......... ............. Hassett, Phyllis ............. ..............r..r.... 6 0, Hattbaugh, Kenneth ......,......,.......,....,,.. 59, Hauswald, Ronald .........,.. 25, 28, 29, 58, Hawkins, Gregory ...,. ............,.r... 2 2, 37, Haws, Dale ........,,,...... .,............. 3 9, 61, Hazelton, Donalda ...,. .,,............... 3 2, 57, Heck, Randall ........ ........,,....................... Heintz, David ...... ......., 1 8, 21, 46, 59, Helck, John ,,,,,,,,, ...,...................,. 3 7, Heldman, Lois ........ .........r....,....... 4 9, Helton, Franklin .,..... ............................. Henley, Lorraine ..... .......... 2 , 62, 64, 95, Henn, Ann ,....,........,... ...................... 5 3, Henn, Twyla .................................... 53, 64, Henninger, Charles ...,.,..........,..,,r.. 24, 48, Henry, Floyd ,,,,.,,,r,,.,,,,.,,. 62, 72, 74, 79, Henry, Lee ...,,,,,,,,,... ,....,.. 2 1, 68, 72, 74, Herman, Allan .,.,... ,................,.....r. 6 2, Herman, Charles ...... . Herman, Geraldine ...... Hertling, James ,,.......,,..... Hess Ruth ..,......... Higginbotham, Betty Ann ..................,.,..... Hill, Doris Ann ,.....,....,........,..........,......, ..... Hill, Mary Jean .............,..,............. 38, 65, Hillen, Patricia ...........,. ........ 1 9, 26, 32, Hines, Rosemary .........,,... ,..,..,........... 6 4, Hinton, Mary Elizabeth .,..... .................... Hisey, Dolores .,,..,.....,....... ,,...... 48 , 64, Hisey, Marjorie .,.....,,,., ..,,.... 3 3, 37, Hiner, Jean A .....,,.............. ........,....... Hiner, Jean Elizabeth .....,,, ............. Hobach, lrene .......................,....,........r.. 39, Hobbs, Leonard ,,.........,,,,....................,.. 37, Hobbs, Louise .......................,...........,........ 19, 25, 26, 27, 39, 40, 41, Hochmeister, Fred C .......,.....,...,............. 45, Hock, Elizabeth .............,,.,......, 61, 62, 65, Hoffman, Herman ..... ........... 3 7, 42, Hoffman, William ,,,,. .,.................. Hogler, John ............ ............,...... Hoke, Calvin ..,..,.,.. ..,,...,,..,,.,..,...., Holdcraft, Phyllis .,... ,,...... .,................ Holland, Jo Ann ...... ....,... 46 , 62, 64, Hollis, Joyce ....,... Hollis, Martha ......... Hollowell, Martha Hollowell, Nancy ..,.... Holstner, Leslie ..,....., Holz, Donald .,.,,........eee. Homrighausen, Jerry ...e,,, Homrighausen, James .,,,.. Hooe, Mary Ruth ,.,......,e Hook, Archlein Hoover, Shirley Hoover, Warren ,...,. Hornung, Mary Hosbach, Jack Hosea, Chester Hoten, Dolores Hottell, Inez ......,,... Hottell, Paul .......... Hottle, Betty Jane ......,.. Howard, Jack ....,......., Howard, James ..,.,... Howard, Rodger ...... Howell, Earl .,,.... Howison, Joyce ...... Howlett, George ...... Hubler, Doris ..,.,. Hubler, Irene ....... Huff, Mary ............. Hughes, Charles ...... "'QfffQQfQ1Q6ltQ ..,........58, .....,..76, ,,.,..,.68, 74, ........70, ...61, ....1Qf66 9 65, 6ZtQ 52 64, ........62, 64, 111 115 111 80 115 94 94 94 143 139 108 108 84 108 108 115 115 115 94 115 113 95 63 95 108 115 63 149 115 95 111 84 135 95 108 115 37 115 115 115 113 95 108 115 108 110 115 108 113 115 95 81 115 108 115 37 115 111 95 115 95 115 115 108 109 108 108 95 113 115 86 87 77 115 115 115 108 95 108 115 115 95 85 108 108 115 95 76 Humphrey, Doris .,..... Huncilman, Lynn ..... , ....... 44, Hundemer, Howard ..,...,........,,,..,...... Hunt, Charlotte .,................,.,....,..,,.,,, Hunter, Charles .... 21, 30, 46, 48, 68 Hurley, Pierce .,..,,.,......,,........,,.,........ Hurrle, Fred ...........,,,,,,,,....,.....,,,.,,..,., Hurt, James ............,.,....,........,,..,,..... Hurt, Mayme .......... 3, 21, 25, 53, 62 Huth, George ....,,...,r,...,...,.,.,.......... 61 lnzer, Patricia ..,.,,. lrish, Bruce ........ Jackson, Lillian ..,... Jackson, Patricia , ...... Jackson, Shirlev I J 1 9 ...56, 58, .,.61, 74, Qf57Q 64, 69, ........60, .......,22, ........64, Jacobi, Berniece .....,. ..,.......... Jacobi, Dolores ,,.... .......,....... 6 4, Jacobi, Maxine ....,, .,................ 2 6, Jacobi, Thelma ....., ..,..... 5 4, 55 64, Jacobi, Velma ....,...... ........ 5 4, 55 64, Jaegers. Raymond .,,..... .......,............... Jahn, Celesta ..,...,.... ........ ,.....,,.... Jahn, Darlene .......,. .......... James, Carl .......,... ..,.. ...... James, Donald .,...... ...,..., 6 9, James. Melvin ........................................ 69, Jenkins, James ...............,..,,.....,,............,,.., 19, 21, 39, 68, 70, 72, 76, Jenkins, Mariam .....,...........,....,....,...,.... 64, Jenkins, Robert ...... ...,...,, ...... 9 6 , Jenks, John ......,.. .,..,... 7 6 77, Jensen, Joyce ......,..... ......,. 5 0 53, Johnson, Charles .......... ....,............ Johnson, Emma Jean ....,... ......,. 5 0, Johnson, Eugene .......... .....,.,..,...... Johnson, Jacqueline ,,.... ..,,,... 46 , 47, Johnson, John ....... ..................., Johnson, Lois .......,, ....,.., 3 7 60, Johnson, Mary ....,.. ..........,........, Johnson, Peggy ..,,,,. ,.......,,............. Johnson, Robert ..,......... ....,,.........,,.......... Johnson, Robert B .,..,.... ........ l 8, 20 22. Jolissaint Ma ................... 64, ' . . J ry """" i Joltssamt, Theresa ...... Jones, Arnold .,..,,,,, Jones, Donald ........ Jones, Eugene ,..,.,. Jones, Kenton ..... Jones, Phillip .......e. Jones, Richard .,...,. Jordan, Jean ,....... Jordan, Naomi .... Juliot, George .... ,. Kaestner, Darlene ............ Kaestner, Donald ...e. Kaestner, Mary Lou .,..., . ....., . Kaiser, Kamer, Joyce ......,...,,. Carol ...,..... ..,.,..65, ....,.,,61, ffffffff2tt"'22,"'3oi"tiiiQ 56, K ........24, 62 65, Kamer, Glenn . ,............. 52, Kamer, Mary ...... .....e... ..,e.. Karnes, Grace ........................,,..,...., 25 53, Keach, Gloria ..................,.....................,,., 18, 20, 39, 40, 41, 45, 64, Keeley, Iona Lee ....,.............,................,.,.. Kehoe, Wanda ,......................e..,... 64, 108, Keithley, Carolyn ........ 51. 64, Keithley, Jack ...,... ......,,.......,, Keller, Betty ..,.... ........ 6 4, Keller, Nadine ..... ..,...., . 49, Kelley, Joseph ......... ....,,.. 3 7 68, Kelley, William ..... ......,......,... Kemp, William , .,...e, ..,,..e. 2 1, Kemper, Clifford .,.., ,...,..... Kemple, John ....,.... .,,.......,.. Kennedy, Joyce ...... ........ 3 4, Kennedy, Walter ....... .,,..,.,.....,....,. Kenney, Vada ...,.,..,,,,.,,, ,,,.,..,,,,,,,, 2 6 64, Kessinger, Bobetta ..,........,.,.... 18, 23, 64, Kessler, Norma ......,............................... 39, Kiel, Eleanor .....,... ..,..... 38 , 40, 41, 62, Z- 115 95 85 115 76 61 108 74 95 115 115 95 115 111 108 115 108 95 108 108 115 115 108 108 74 115 95 108 109 96 96 116 96 112 82 86 115 112 115 108 82 108 112 113 112 96 96 115 115 113 115 115 115 112 108 112 115 108 115 112 96 96 147 108 108 96 61 110 115 30 111 115 108 96 108 96 113 96 Kime, Amelia .. Kime, Henry ....,.. Kimes, Delores ...,., Kimes, Wilma 41, 110 115 96 108 King, Gene .......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 King, Jan Ann ...... ,,......,,..i,,,... 3 9, 113 King, Janell ........ .....,.......,,,....,. 48 , 115 King, Loretta ...,., ,...,,,, 5 4, 55, 64, 96 King, Ruth ........ .,.,,.......,...... 6 5, 112 King, Yvonne ........ .,.,.......,,.,.... 6 5, 112 Kinslow, Janet ,,,,.,, ,r,,,,,,, 2 5, 46, 64, 110 Kirk, Carol ....,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Kirk, James ,.,...,.... ......,...... 1 08 Kirk, Naomi J ...,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 2 Klein, Leo ......,..,.. .,,,.,.... 4 3.52,1l0 Knable, Dolores ,..... ......... 6 5, 112 Knight, Jerry ..,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,r, 7 4. Knobb, Robert ......., .6.,,,,,,,,, 5 9, 115 Koch, Anne .,.,... ,,,.....e 3 4, 57, 108 Koch, Jo Ann ..... ........ 40 , 41, 96 Koch, Mary Chris ,. .,,,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 419, 115 Koehler, Albert ..,.. ......,,. 2 5, 35, 37, 96 Koehler, Kent ,.......,. ,,....,...,, 3 0, 37, 110 Koehler, Sharon ..,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 115 Koopman, Lawrence ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Koopman, Raymond ,,,,,,,,,, 96 Kopp, Calvin .....,.... 96 Kopp, Donald ...,,.,,,,,, r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 Korbe, Evelyn ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,-.,-----, 1 13 Korbe, Jo Ann ............ ....... 2 , 19, 39, 64, 97 Korbe, Louis ...,,,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 Korbe, Magdalene ,,,,rr,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,----- 115 Korbe, Margaret ,,,,e,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- 60 Kraft, George ......,. ,,,,,,., 2 3, 29, 58, 68, 103 Kraft, Paul ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Kremer, Betty ...6.., ,,,,,,,,, 5 1, 62, 64, 103 Kremer, Robert ..... ,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 59, 76, 97 Kring, Patricia ...,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Kron, James .........., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13 Kron, Marilyn ...,A,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,, 3 5, 97 Kruer, Alma A,,,,,, ,,,,,11,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 Krutz, Bonita ,..... ......,....r... 2 5. 55, 88, 97 LaCaillade, David ,, ---,,,,,.,,-- 97 Lacefield, Dudley ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 LaDuke, Arthur ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-- 1 15 LaDuke, Carol ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 3, 64, Q7 LHDuke, Marshall ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 1 15 Laird, Byron F .,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 5 Lamb, Albert ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 15 Lamb, Alvin ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Lamb, Dale ,.,,.,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,- 6 9 Lamb, Jean ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,-,,,,,,,,,----.-,. 1 15 Lamb, Gladys ......6.,, ,,,,,,,, 3 2, 50, 97 Lamb, Margaret ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Lamb, lylary ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,---, 1 16 Lamb, Norma ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 5, 64, 97 Lamb, Paul ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 Lamke. Joyce --..,...... .,..... 2 3,24, 26, 64, 109 Lancaster, Barbara . ............ 64, 106, 108 Landreth. Retta ,.r,,,,1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 08 Lange, Virginia ,r,,.,,,, ,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- 4, 9, 116 Langford, Harold ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 1, 97 Lankford, James .,,,,,A,ir.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,11,,,,,,, 112 Largent, Janet ,,,... 25, 38, 40, 41, 112 Ledford, Robert ,.,,, ,,,,1,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 12 Lee, David ....,..,,.. ..............,,.... 4. 5, 97 Lee, Donna .......... ....... 2 4, 57, 65, 110 Lee, Herbert ,,,r.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Lee, James ........, ,,.....,, 3 4, 59, 62 Lee, Marilyn .,.... ,,.,,,,1,,,, 6 5, 112 Lee, Theodore ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Lehman, Leroy ....,. ...,...., 6 9, 74, 116 Leidolf, Betty ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 3, 109 Leis, Robert ..,,,,r,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Leist, Danny .,..... ,,.............,.... 1 16 Leist, Donald ....,..,, ,,,,,,,, 2 1, 30, 68 Leist, Mary .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Leist, Rose Mary ,...,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 4, 97 Lenox, James ,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Lenz, Donna ,.,..,........ ,,..... 1 16 Leuthart. Charlene ........ 97 Lewis, F lossie ...,....,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 16 Lewis, James ,...,....,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, 116 Lewis, Josephine ..................,......... 53, 64, 109 Lewis, Paula .,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 19, 24, 39, 40, 41, 62, 64, 88, 97 Robert ......,............, Loughmiller, Gale ,...,...,. Libs, Sharon ,,,,....,....,,....,,,,.,,,.....,, Lilly, Jane ........,.,. 19, 21, Lilly, Eugene .,......,,,,.............,...,............ 61 26, 40, 41, Lingenfelter, lnez ,.., ....,.......,..,,,.. Lingenfelter, Jeanette .............,,...,,,,.,... Linne, Stella ,..........,........ Little, Jeanette ......,... Little, Clifford .......... Locey, Donna Kay ...,..,. Lofton, Arlis ,.,........... Lofton, Darlis ,l......., Logden, Billie Lou Lohmeyer, William ...,. Long, Jessie Beard .,i..i Martin, Darrell ...... ,,........... . Martin, Ervin ...,....,,,. l..,.................., 3 5, Martin, Florence ....,, .,,,,,,,.,l,,,,,.,,l,,,, ,,,,,., Martin, Jetta ...,..,.. .,......,,,.i..,........,.,,.. 3 1, Martin, Nancy ..... ......... 2 6, 34, 38, 64, Martin, Orrill ........ ....,.t............ 3 5, 59, Martin, Shirley ..... .,.,.,,,,,,....,....,,. 3 1, Marven, Edgar ...l....,..,.... ,,,.,,.,... Mason, v v Longest, Jean .................................. Longest, Marilyn ,..,,,,.,..... 33, 37 Lorch, Elizabeth .....,.,......,..,.......... Lorch, Frank ......,... ....,.... 3 7, 48 Losch, Howard ...,...... ...........,.,.,. Losch, Paul Allen .... ...,.......... Losson, Patrick .......,... Loughmiller, Donald ..i...,.....,.ll 72 Loughmille, Shirley ,,.l.l, Love, Carl ...l..............,,, Love, Ronald ............ Lynch, Alpha ......,, Lynch, Rhonda ..,.. Masterson, Betty Jule .......... Mathes, Carol Sue ...........tt, fffQfE5Q Mayfield, Bertha Ruth ....,tt,..,.....,,..,,.,,.,. 61, Mayfield, James ..t...........t,.t...t,..,.t..,..,.. 52, Mays, John .,,.,.................,. 28, 29, 30, 62, Medlock, Nancy ...,.., .,...,..t,.,,,.....,,,..,. 5 0, Melhiser, Norman ,..,... ..,........,...,.,...,.. Melton, Ruth .....,.,.,.. ..,.....,.............. 6 5, Melton, Virginia ..,... Meneou, James ....., Metcalf, Jean Meyer, Barbara .,.. Meyer, Kenneth ........ Meyer, William ........ Middleton, Harry .,.,., Miles, Ronald ......., Lynch, Thomas .........,,.... Mc McAfee, Robert .,............................ McClaren, Richard ......,.,,................ McClarney, Bettye Jo ............,....,.,. 19, 24, 26, 27, Miller David .......,..., McClure, Carrie ............,..,...,............... McClure, Kenneth ..............,.....,.... McClure, McClure, McCord, Monzell ..,.,,.. Warren ...... Jean .....,...... 22 McGuirk, William ....... McKim. Arthur ........,,,. McCracken, Jessie ......, McCrary, William ..,,,.,, McCulloch, Darlene ...... McCulloch, Donald ...... McCutchan, Alvin .,...., McCutchen, Philip ....,,, Y McDonald, James ...,.. ......,......,..... McDonald, Joyce .....,,.....,...l...,....... McFrye, Kathryn ...........,.. 25, 26, McGuire, Doris ..,..... .........,.,,,..... McHone, Barbara .... McHone, Phyllis .......... McIntosh, Mary Helen ............ 48, 59, 110, McKim, Marilyn ,,,... McKim, Paul .....,....... McKim, Thomas ......,,,.. McKinley, Russell ....... McKinley, Thomas ...., McKinney, Doris ....,, McKnight, Jennie .,.. McKnown, Vernon ...L McLaughlin, James ..,,. McLaughlin, Thomas McL1n, Joyce .....,.,....,,. .....,,..63, McManus, Donald ,,......,.......... 24, 26, 27, M ...72, McMurray, Maryetta .................. 32, 44, MacLeod, Dorothy ............. ,,,.,. Maddux, Dotty ...,......,.........,.,,,...,,.,....,...,,,. 69 Madison, Robert .......,........,,,.. Maetschke, William ......,... 46, Mahan, Ronald ......,..,,.......... . Mahan, Roy ......,...., Malott, Leroy ...,,.., Manus, LaVon ...... Manus, Connie ...,,. 4? 9 ...48 Manus, John ..............,................... Maraman, Carolyn ......,...,,.............l Marguet, Charles Patrick..28 29, Marguet, Frank ..........................,... Marguet, Joseph ......... ......... 44 , Marguet, Margaret t............,,.,. Marguet, Mary Ann .,,,............. , f2s"'a6 .,.,.,...57, 62, 64, 40, 41, 64, 41, Miller, Dean .,..,,,,,,,,,,.,. ,....,... 3 7, 48, Miller, Donald James ..... ......,,..,.. 7 4, Miller, Donald Lee ...,. ......... 2 9, 48, Miller, James ............ ...1,............ Miller, Marcella ...1 ..,...,,. 3 3, 65, Miller, Patricia ..... ........,.... 6 5, Miller, Richard ..,.. ......,.. 3 5, Miller, Robert ...... ..,.............. Miller, Stanley ....... ...,...............,. Miller, Sue ........ ......... 3 7, 65, Million, Carl ...... .......,.. ......,..... 43 , Mills, Carolyn ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,., .....,.,,........ Miltenberger, Maurice l.. .,............... 50, 51, Missi, Jerry ...............,.......... .,,...,,,,....... Mitchell, Milasent .1.......,. ................. Mitchell, Warren P ...,.... ....,..,...,.... 5 2, Mittag, Joyce ,,,............ .......,, 3 1, 65, Mix, Coen ......,,............ ............ 3 7, Money, Jo Ann .............. ..................... Montgomery, Barbara ,,.,..,.,........,.,,,.,.....,.. Montgomery, Jerry .......,..,...,... 28, 29, 30, Mook, Lee .......................... 24, 42, 48, 69, Moore, Edward ,,,, ..............,..,..,,,......,. Moore, Jack ......,,.. ....,,,..................... Moore, Jacqueline . .........,...... 65, Moore, Joyce ....,, .,..,.... 3 3, 33, Moore, Leola .....,.., .....,,....., 5 6, Morgan, Charles ....,.. ...........,.... 2 0, Morgan, Esther Rose.. ..............,..... Morgan, William ....,, ..,.,,.,. 2 5, 37, 53, Morris, Kermit ........ ......... 3 7 58, 62, Morris, Otto lrvin ...,,.,.. Morrison, Herschel ,..... Morrison, Mary ,..,.., Moser, Donald ,....,,, ..,,,...,,,.. Moss Carol n Jean ,62, , y ,,,,....., 39, 40, 41 Moss, Carolyn Ruth .......,..,,......... Motsinger, Lois Yvonne ....,...,.., 31 Moulder, Margaret ,..,.... Moulder, Wallace ....... Mullins, Ruth ........ Mundy, Murphy, Anna .. Dennis Dale ..... Murphy, Murphy, Marcella ...., Murray, James ..,,,,,.. Murray, Kathryn ,.1,.. ...62, 65, 30 , 64, . 49, ,.........63, 99, 112, 58, Neidiffer, Carolyn ......,,..., 54, 55, 62, 64 Nem, Jerry . ..,,.......... .,.,.,,.............,....... . . Newkirk, Marilyn ........ Newkirk, Richard ........ Noe, Carolleen ...,.... Nolan, Charles ...,.. Nolan, James ........ Nolan, Jean ...,.......... Nolot, Clare Marie ..., Norman, Ann ,.......,.. Norrington, John ....,.... Norrington, Kenneth Myers, A. Fielder ,.......... ...,..... 3 6, N Nale, Virginia ....,................ .......,,, 2 3. 64, Nale, William ....,............. ....,.......,,........... Nance, Betty Jean ....... ........, 40 , 62, 64, Nanz, Gary .........,.... .................... 3 7, Nash, Marilyn ...,... Naville, Naomi ...,., Neal, Juanita .... Neeld, Cary ....,. Neeld, James .,....,, Neeld, Shirley Jo t,,,.,. Neely, Patricia .... Neff, Donald .... . .,.,........... 46, 62, 64, 64, 65 48. 51 ,,.......64, 64 11111141 v , Norris, Gerald ................ .......... O Oakes, Marvin V .,...............,.,--- 23, 29, 44, Oard, Jack ......,,.............. ....--,-,,,------------- Oenbrink, Robert H .,,..... .,...,,,..,.,,.. 7 0, Ogden, Loeta ....,.1...,........... ..,.,,.... 3 7, Ogden, Virginia Nadine ,....... ..,,.,,.. 5 6, Oldom, Jo Ann ....,..,....,.... ,..............,. Oldom, Paul ......,,............ .....,,------,,---.,- Ollis, Mary Florence .,.. 1,...,,.......... 3 3, 65, ora, William ,.,............,,.,.,..................... 21. O'Rear, John ...................,................ 37, 62. Osborne, Norma .,,,,..... 24, 33, 38, 62, 65, Ott, Betty ..........,. .....,..... 5 1, 62, 64, 109, Ott, Carl ........................-,,,.,,-------,, -,A,,-----,,-- Owen, Patricia ..,..,.,.....,.. -..-.-----,--,, Owen, Patricia Ann ...,.,, .-....--- 2 5, P Pace, Donald ....., ..........,,,,...,---.-,--------- 4' 2- Pace, Phyllis ...,..... .....,.,......., 1 3, 35, 64, Paddock, Lloyd ...... .-,--.-,-,,-------- 3 5, Padgett, James ..,......... -----,---------- 5 2, Palmerton, Robert ....... --,,,-.--,-----,- Paris, Shirley ............ ..,.,..-,,-----, 3 1, Parker, Patrick .1..... ...,----- 6 9, 74, Pate, Dorothy ......,..... --.--,,-------,-- Pate, Patricia .............. --,------ 6 4, Patterson, Billy Joe ..... --.,---,,,- Patton, Mary Ann ...... -,---,- Paulsen, Donald .,.,.... ----,ff Pavey, John .......,...... ,,------,,,--- Payne, Patricia ...,....... ,,A..,--,------f- Payton, Opal Faye ....... ..,,,----,.,----,---- Peak, Anna ............--- -,,,f,--- 43 , 64- Peak, Louis ........,,, ,--,--,,,,---A-, 4' 2- Pearl, Doris ....,. --,---,-- 43 1 63, Peay, Eugene ,....,,. ,,,.--------,--,-A Peay, Marlene 4,..... 460, Peay, Mary ...,.........,..--- ----,-ff--------------'- Peck, Judith .............,...,-----------,'-'- 50, 100, Pennington, Richard .,,........... 19, 50, 100, Peterson, Norma ,...,..... ..----,,,------,---- 6 5, Peterson, Russell ....,. -,-------------,-',-- Petri, Lorena ..,,.... -,----- Peyton, Anna -,----- Peyton, Leland ..... --------- 6 9- Pfalzer, Louise ........ ,,,------, 2 5, Phelps, William ........ ---------4--,,------- Phillips, Elliott ......... ,---,---- 0 2, 77, Phillips, Minnie .........., ...--,,,- 2 3, 64, Pickens, H. Scott .....,,.. Pigman, Margene ........, Pigman, Richard ............- A ---- v 1 Plaiss, George Edward ,.,.,... Platss, Robert ,,......--------- Pleiss, Virginia .............. Plue, Mary Elizabeth ,...... Plummer, Donna Ann ,..,.,, Plummer, James ........, ,,,Qff,fQQ66, ,......,,49, 56. Pocker, Marion ......... .......,....,,..... 2 4-, 37, Poff, Martha ...,, .....,.....,.... 2 6, 40, 411, Poff, Paul ....,. ,....,... 2 4, 72, 106, 109, Poff, Walter ....,,, .........................--11,,- Pope, Robert ...,,,,, Poston, Byron ...,...... Potts, Raymond ....,... Potts, William ....... Powell, Dennis ..... Powell, Ralph ....... Prather, Marilyn Pressell, Yvonne Priestley, Guy ...... Prince, Albert ,,..,, .,......,34, .........59, 1.44, 45, 75, 99 109 112 69 109 112 115 99 100 112 107 100 109 85 110 85 116 110 51 116 116 100 116 113 121 109 110 116 109 100 62 116 100 116 116 65 109 100 116 112 107 109 110 110 100 111 116 109 112 143 133 116 110 113 39 116 109 110 100 100 80 100 111 100 110 116 112 116 116 113 100 135 76 116 116 100 109 112 100 112 116 107 34 Pritz, Irma H ......... .,.......................,.,,,. Proctor, Joseph .... .............,,..........,.....,,,. ' .28 29 35 58 Pry, Lewis ,....... ......... Purcell Ma a 9 7 v 1 TY - Purvis, George ...,., ,............ . .. Pyle, Martha .,.., ,..,,..,............ 3 9, Quebbeman, Karen ,.,lll.,..., . Quebbeman, Karl .,.,.......,. R 1 .,...... 41, Radcliff, Carolyn .. ........,....,... 24, 33 65, Radcliff, Doris .. 4.....,...... 37, 4-9, Rager, Nancye ...... ...........,.......... Rake, Gilbert .,...., .....,...,. Rake, Melvin .... ,,... Raley, Eva ..,..... ,.... Ramsier, Janet .....l ,..., Randolph, Harry ..,,, ,.........,.,......... Randolph, Merle .......,,.,.....,....,..,,,..,..,....... Raney, C. Gordon ,.,,,.....,,,.,,,.,... 24, 45, 72, Rasmussen, Georgann ...,......,........, 49, 56, Reardon, Robert ......,.... ....,.......,,...,.. 3 8, Reas, Martha ,.,.,...,..,. ...,.................... 2 5, Redden, Dolores ,.,... ,......... 3 8, 40, 4-1, Reed, Jerry ............ ,.,....,................. Reed, Louis .,,,,,.. ,...,.........,..,.,. Reed, Nancy ...,,,,.. ,.,..,..,. 40 , 41, Reeder, Anna ............ .....l....... 2 5, Reeder, Fredric ..,.... Reeder, Robert ...,,, Reeves, Linda ......, Regot, Mary Jo ,.,,, ...... 5 6, 62, Reidinger, Joann ..........................,..,..,....... Rein, Esther ,......,,.....,.......,................... 34-, Reisert, Barbara .....,,. 18, 20, 23, 64, 101, Reisert, Paul .,.... ............................,........,. Renn, Anna .....,. .....,.... . ,, ,r...... 148, Renn, Elvin ..... Renn, Mary ....,... Renn, Rosalie .... Renn, Sylvester .,.,., Resch, Sandra ...... Reschke, Albert .... . Rhoads, Cara Lynn ,.... Rhoads, Kenneth ..... Rice, Albert ........,,...,.., Richards, Patricia ,.......,. Richardson, Mary Ann .,,. Stover, Robert ...., 65, ..,......,33, ..,37, ...61, Rouzer, Virginia .,..... Rowe, Jacqueline ..,.. Rowe, Louise ...,... Rowe, Melvin ..... Rowley, Hugh .....,, Rowley, William ...., Rucker, Patricia ,,..,. Ruff, Jo Ann .,,.,..,., Runyon, James ..... Rupp, Melvin .... Rusk, Leota ..,,... Russell, Janet ........ Ryall, Muriel ,.... .,.....57 S Sajko, Stanley ................,,,.,,,,....,... 70, Salesman. Marilyn ,,,.,i.,..... Salmon, Patricia ..,,, Salyers, Janet ...... Salyers, John, ...... Sandbach, Janet .....,. Sanders, Arthur Sands, Carol ...,,,,,.,,, Sands, Patricia ,...,.. Sater, Charles .,.,.. Satler, Aileen ....,,..,. 26, .....,....26, 32, .'.'.f.i.ai,'i62 Qfff5i5 Saunders, Caroline .,..., ....... Saving, Thomas ....... Schad, Margaret ,..., Schad, Mildred Schad, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schaefer, Carol Schaffer, Allen Schamel, Jack ,62, 34 so 41 62 Scharf, Beverly .,,,., ,,.. 1 9, 40, , Scharf, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shoup, Elizabeth .................................. Shoup, Mary Margaret ...,....,.......,,,. 19, 26, 27, Shultz, Carolyn ,....,,,,,..,...,...,,,, 37, Siegel, Edward ....i.. ....... 2 1, 30, Sieveking, Joyce ......, ................. Simms, Evelyn ......,.. Sinex, Anne ...i.... Sinex, Patricia ........ Sinex, Mary Lou ..... Sinex Ramona ............ Singleton, Camille ...,.. Singleton, Laura ....., Singleton, Lois . Sisk, Robbie ...,..... sta.-iff, Slider, Donald ....,.. Jack ....,..........,, Scharf, Mary True ......,.i,.,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 19, 25, 26, 27, 32, 37 Scharrer, Keith ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schell, Jack ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 49 Schell, Jo Ann ....,.., Schickel, Charles ..... Schickel, Jeannine . Schickel, John ..,,. Schickel, Mary ..,.. Schindler, John ,,.. Schlenk Schmidt Marie ......,,... , Gerry ..,,,,,,,,,,,,.. Schmidt, Martha Jean Schmidt, Richard ....., Schmitt, Betty Anne .,.. Schmitt, Betty Jean ,...,... Schmitt, .....,.31, ,..,,..33 ...f.'f.'.f,2i2Q"lib, John Robert .,,,,,,,,,,,., 58, 68, 102, Schmitzer, Patsy .,,,,,,,,,,, Schnell, John ,,..,.. Scholl, Arnold ..,...... Schuley, Robert ...,.. .......31, 62, 65 v .'.'.','.'.','3b,"6ii Schulz, Walter ..,,,,,,,,,, Schutte, Jacquelyn ......,, Schwartz, Elizabeth .,,..., Scoggins. Joan .,,,,,,,,,,,, Scott, Harold ....,,..,,. Scott, Jarvis ..,.,.,. , QQQQfQ55Q"5o Scott, Jeanette ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scott, Russell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Scribner, Harriet ,..,,,.. 39, 40, 41, 46, Sellmer, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,---,,,, Sellmer, Robert ,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shacklett, Nancy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 5, 117, Shaffer, Doris ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1, Shaffer, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 31, 62, Shaffer, Oren ,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,-,- Shea, Jacqueline ...,,...., 3, 36, 37, 42, 65, Sheets, Rex ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shelton, Marilyn Shepherd, Marcia Sherfick, Dolores ,... Sherfick, Loland Sherrell, Lemuel .i.,.. Shields, Charlotte 58, 63, Richert, Jo Ann .,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 7, 65, Ricke, Jane .....,,,,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, Riddle, Joan ..,...... .,,.,,,.,, 5 6, 65, Riely, Emma Lou ..,,..,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,., 65, Riely, Richard ........,.,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 24, 28, 29, 47 68, 106, 107, Rigsby, Alberta .,......,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 64, Riley, Martha ..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, Riley, Sue ...............,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Ringley, Conrad ,,,..., ,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 35, 59, Rissler, James ,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roark, Lee ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 44 , 63, Roberts, Betty .,,,....,.,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 37, 63, Roberts, Charles ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roberts, Doris Anne ..,, 25, 26, 39, 40, 41, Robertson, Joyce ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robertson, Nancy .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 37, Robertson, Paul .,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, Anna ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, Esther ...., ,,,,,,,.,,,,, 3 7, Robinson, Herbert .......,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 18, 43, Robinson, James ,..,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Robinson. Martha .,,,,.,,,,,,,, 25, 36, 37, 57, Robinson, Nancy ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robison, Stanley ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roche, Stewart ..,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 9, 34, 4-4, Rockenbach. Etelka ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 81, Rodgers, Billy .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 9, 62, Rodgers, Gordon ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rodgers, G. W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rodgers, Norma .,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 54, 55, 62, 64, Romines, Kenneth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rone, Shirley ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rose, L. S .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Ross, Emil W ....,..,,,.,,,,, ,,,, Roudenbush, Harold ...... Roudenbush, Ralph .,..,,.. Rough, Donald ...,.,,.,.. Shine, Sam ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52, Shine, Shirley ,,.....,.,,,,.., 23, 64, 102, 107, Shirley, Rita ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4, Shirley, Robert ..,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shivel, Arthur .,,.., .......... 6 2, Shivel, Kenneth .1.... ,...,......... 6 9, Shivel, Nancy .,,,....,,,.,,,., ,,,,,,,.,, 3 1, 62, Shoemaker, Norma ........ ..,....,.......... 35, 56, 62, 72, 75, 48, 56, .......56, .......65, 111165, . 1 ...... 24, Sloan, George ................ ....... 45 , Smith, Beulah .,.................. .....,... Smith, Charles Kessler ...... ..... Smith, Charles Raffo ..,.... ..,... Smith, Delbert ....,...,.. ......... Smith, Donald .,..... ..,.,,, 5 2, Smith, Doris ....... ....... 3 7, Smith, Glenda ,.... ............ Smith, Harold ...., ....,.. 5 2, Smith, James ,....,...... Smith, Janice ..,.... ..., ,..,,.. 5 3 , Smith, Jo Ann ......,,., ....... 3 1, 65, Smith, Joyce ........... ........... 5 3, Smith, Katherine ........ ....... 64- , Smith, Norman ....,... ........ Smith, Paul .............. ............ Smith, William .....,.. .,,............. Smith, Wilbur ........ ........,.......... Smithers, Chester ,... ....... 6 9, 74, Smithers, Robert ...... ........... 6 8, Snider, Leta ............ ............ Snyder, Mary ..,,... ....,.....,....... .,,.....,... Snyder, Shirley .............,..,...................,....... Sodrel, Donald .......... 28, 29, 38 46, 47, Sommerville, Rose Ann ,...............,....,.. Spalding, Margaret ,.......... Spencer, Donna .......,,.,. Spencer, Dorothy ....., Spencer, Margaret ...... t .....,,24, , ...... 48, .......53, .......22, 37 y 46, Spencer, Patricia ..,..... ....... 40 , 41, 56, Sperzel, Marilyn ..........,..,. ..,......,,,,,,,.. 64 , Staashelm, John ....1...........,.,.....,..,.,..,...,...,. Stallings, Dorothy Juanita ,......,.,.... 54, 55, Stamper, Frank .................,.,,. ..............,. Stamper, James .......,..,....., .,,,..,.. 1 13, Stamper, Joseph ...,.... Stanger, Mary H ......... Staniford, Marie .... Staniford, Patricia Stanton, Grace .. Staser, Roger .... Stein, Emilie .....,... Stemle, Irma ....,. Stemle, Frank ,... Stemle, Joyce ...... Stephens, Bonnie Stephens, Esther ..... Stephens, Gale 1,,..... Stephenson, Eva ....,. Stepp, William ,..,.... Steproe, Jo Jean .....,.. Steproe, Marjorie ..,,., Steproe, Sheila ...,.... Steproe, Thomas ..... Stevens, David ,..., Stewart, Martha ...... Stiller, Kenneth ..... Stiller, Rita ........... Stiller, Verna ..... Stinson, Patricia ., Stocksdale, James ..., ......,59, ......,69, 31, 51, 65, 64, 72, 64, .......65, ....,..51, 35, 64, .......57, 61' ....... , .......5o, 1 ,..... 37, 621, 64, Stone, Helen ....,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Stone, Nelson .,,,. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Stopher, Ruth ,..... ..,..., 2 5, 54, 55, Stork, Susan ,,.,.,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, Strack, Charles ...... Strack, Mary K ........ Striegel, Patricia ,,............ Stromire, Isabel .........,..,... .......20, 233 23, Stromire, Mary Margaret ......... ....... Stucky, Edna ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, 59, 64, Vest, William ,...... Stucky, Lloyd ....... ...... 1 09 Stumler, Jack ........ ,..,.. 1 O9 Stumler, Joseph ..,... .l,.. 5 2 Sturgeon, Doris ,.........,,.....,...,..,,,,lll.,.,....,,.., 103 Sturgeon, Robert ....,,..,................,,l.....,,.,.., 113 Sublett, Betty ...,.. 18, 21, 46, 47, 62, 64, 103 Summers, Robert .......,...,....,,........,..l.,,...,... 113 Sutherland, Marceline ....., ........ 2 1, 35, 103 Sutherland, William ..... ........... 3 7, 113 Sutton, Harry ........... ....,...,.....,.... 1 17 Sweet, Hermaline ........., ,..,.., 3 7, 65, 113 T Tabar, Joyce .......,......,....,. ,,.,,,l., 2 4, 65 Tackett, Mary .....,,.......... ,,,,,,.,, 1 13 Tackett, Winiferd ,...l.,,,.,....,,,.........,,,..,,t,,,,. 117 Taylor, Alice Ann .......l,,...,,.........,...,,,,,,,.,... 18, 21, 45, 46, 62, 64, -103 Taylor, Beth ....ll..,.......,..... 25, 26, 27, 64, 107 Taylor, Hanley ......,, .,...........,..r....,.....,, 1 09 Taylor, Juanita ...,.... .,...,,.,.........r...,.., 1 17 Taylor, Lodema ......, ......,, 48 , 113 Taylor, Rozella .....,, ......, 5 0, 104 Taylor, Vivian ..rr...,.,....,.,..,........,,,,,,,r..., 33, 117 Teagarden, Robert ...,....,....,..............,.., 30, 109 Temple, Robert .,........ 25, 28, 29, 30, 4-4, 109 Tenney, Robert .,.......,,....,,...t,..........,,,,.. 22, 110 Tenney, Thelma ,........,,.. .r..,....,l..t,,,,,,.,.... 1 13 Terhune, Christine ,,.,,.. ...,,.. 4 0, 41, 42, 113 Terrell, Anna ...... ,.,,,, ..,,..,,........,. 3 7 . 117 Teny, Denford ....,tt .......t,,.... 4 5, 113 Terry, James ..,..,, ..r,.... 6 9, 109 Terry, Maurice ..... .......,. 1 17 Terry, Norma ......, .,..,,..,,,.......,...,,.. 3 2 Tevis, Mary ......... ...,,.,..,..,,...,,...,., 4 3, 111 Ther, Juanita ...... ....... 2 4 25, 26, 32. 108 Thom, Alex ...,....,,,,. ,,,,.,,...,,,t,,,.....,,,, 7 0. 84 Thom, Terrance .,.., ...,,,1,,,..,,.,,,,,, 6 9, 113 Thomas, Betty ..,..... ...,.,,..,.,....... 1 17 Thomas, Catherine ..... ...,.,,, 2 5, 54, 104 Thomas, Herman ......., ..,......., 6 3, 117 Thomas, Jerry ......... ...,.,,t 6 9, 117 Thomas, Marilyn ....,.., 49, 117 Thomas, Patsy .......,... .......l.,.. 1 17 Thomas, Ruth ..,...,......,. ....,... 6 5, 113 Thomerson, Clarence ...... ...,..,.. 1 04 Thompson, Robert ...,,..,..,..... ..........,, 5 2 Thompson, Ramona Joan .,... .....,.. 5 0, 104 Thornton, John ,.,,..,......,....,. ,.,..... 5 9, 104 Tiemeyer, Joan ...............t. ..,,..,. 2 3, 117 Tindle, Emma Jean ...,.,... ,.....,.. 1 10 Tinius, Fred ............... ......,,.... 1 17 Townsend, Joyce .,,...,,... ..,..... 3 2, 108 Townsend, Marilyn ..,.... ........ 3 7, 117 Townsend, Walter ...... ........ 5 2, 113 Travis, Delores ...,.... ,,,,,,,,, 1 17 Travis, Louis ...... l,....., 1 07 Treece, Charles ...... .,,... 1 17 Tribbey, David ........ ......,.. 1 13 Trinkle, Kent ......,,., .........,, 48 , 113 Tripure, Verna ,......... ,,.,,...,..,,.. 5 6. 104 Trunnell, Martha ....,.. .....,.. 46 , 64, 109 Turner, William ...... .,..........,.,. 1 13 Tuttle, Harry ......, .......,.....,,l.. 7 4, 113 Tuttle, Jack ,..... .,,.,,l..........,... 3 0. 109 Tyler, Gerald ......, 39, 74, 113, 147 Tyler, Olleta ,..,.. ,.....,..........,,., 4 3, 82 Tyler, Sharon ....,,..........., 32, 39, 57, 109 Uhl, Donald ..,,....,....,.,,.,...... .......,.....,,. 1 07 Uhl, Doris ..,...........,,.,,... ,..,.... 6 2, 64, 104 Underhill, William ,.,..... ...,,..,...,.... 1 13 Van Cader, William V Vance, Bette Sue ....,....... ,,r,,,,, 46 , 64-, Van Hook, Margaret ......,... ..,..... 3 5, 50, Vannis, Peggy .,...,,.,....r. .,.,............ Varner, Paul ,.......,.... ..,......... Veit, Barbara ..... V eit, Homer ........,... Veron, Emma Lou,,..,, Vetter, Kenneth ...... Voignier, James ,.,, Voignier, Marilyn ,... Voignier, Patricia Voignier, Robert ....., ...,..,.62, ...,.,,.76, .tffsi ',QQQQQQ55,"62Q VonAllmen, Gloria ,.,.....,,....... .,..........,........ Voyles, Harry .,,.,,,....,...,,..,..,.....,..,......,,...,.. 19 24 28 29 30 5 r , , ,45, 58, W Waggoner, Freeda ..................,. 37, 40, 4-1, Wagner, Rita ......,...................., 35, 50, 62, Wagner, Stanley ..... ,,....l........... 3 0, Walker, Fred .....,.... ..,..,,.......,..............,... Wall, Billy ...,....,,,...,,..........,,..............,,...... Walls, Dorothy ..,....... 18, 20, 25, 26, 32, Walter, Betty ......,.....,....,............................ 18, 20, 45, 46, 47, 62, 64, 104, Walters, Callie ...,..,.....,,.,..,.,...............,....... Walther, Paul ...,............,....,......,...,....... 57, Waltrip, Ray ...,........ ...,... 3 7, 56, Walts, Kenneth .,..,...,.. ....,.., 2 2, 84, Wampler, Elizabeth Ward, Robert ........t,. Ward, Virginia ........ Warman, Virginia ....,r Warren, Charles ..... Warren, Jo ....,..,. Warren, Myra .. Watkins, Joyce Watson, Charles .... Watson, Leland ,,,... Watson, Ronald ...... Watt, Edwin ............,.. Weatherholt, Edgar Webb, Edward ,,.,,,,,.. Webb, Hulen .,,,,,,... Webb, Jolene ,, Webb, Ronald ..... Webb, Weber Weber Weber ff','.35,'i65, 62, fffff.'ff3'i',1i6a', ,.ff.'4o,'i64, ..,,....68, Vivian ..,,,.,.,...,,,.,..........,,,,.,....,..,..... , Donald .,,.,, a Weberi Weber 9 Frank ...,... Whitaker, Joan ,...... White, Charles .,,,..,, White, Eleanor .,.,..., White, Ronald ......., White, William ....,.,,. Whitlow, Margaret ....,,. Whitson, Bryce ...,..,,, Whittmghill, Dell ..,,r,r,rr,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Whittinghill, Patricia ,....,, Widman, Alinda ...,,. , Widman, U. S .,.,. ,..,. Wiesman, Max ....,,,,, Wiggins, Dorothy Wilcoxson, Jerry ..,,.,, Doris ...,. Williams, Williams, Jack .....,,, Williams, Jean .,,.,,,.,1,t... Williams, Williams, Joyce ,,.,,,.,,. 19 Jo Ann .,,,.,..... 38, 40, 26, 27 W'illiams, Wayne ...,.,,,,,,,.rr,.,.,,,.,, William, Willman, Robert L ...,,,,.. Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilton, Wimp, Wimp, Wimp, Winter, Winter, Andrew .,... Bonnie Dora ....,....... Gertrude ..... Hugh ,,,,,. Clarence ,..,,, ..,......... ,,,,.. ,Jessie ..,.. ,.,,,,,,,,..... 40 Nancy ...,... ..,. Richard Ruby .......,.. Thelma William .,,,,, Leon .,.,.... Charles .... George .,.,,...1,...,,, Lavetta ....,..,,.,.,. Betty ..,... 26, 27, Joseph ,,,.,..,t......, Wiseman, Phyllis ,..... 39 Wismann, Faye ....,.......... Witt, Patricia .....,.......... Wolf, Shelley Jo ,....... Wolfe, Eleanor ...,,... Wolfe, Wolfe, Wolfe, Marlene ..,,.. Mary ....,,,, Morton ,,,,....,.,,.., Wolford. Suzanne ...,....... 37, 24, 37 '36 ' ' 46 1 M'4o"14i v A ei,', ',','2','1i3o' Wood, Kay .....,,..........,.,.......,....... Woodruff, Kathleen Joy. Woodruff, Patricia ,,.,. .. Worden, Dora ...,.......,,.. Freda ..11t. 19, 25, 26, 27, 32, 88, George ,....,...,,,.,,...,..,,,......,........,..,, James ......1...,....,,,.,,.,....,,..,........ 39, Weber, Weber, Weber, Sharon .,.... Weisbach, Gayle Weisbach, Joyce ..,..,, Weisbach, Robert ,1.,.. Weisbach, William Jerry ...,.. Mildred ..... .,,,.,.. 1 9, 21, , 32, Welch, Eileen .......,...,. Wells, Jane ,........... Wells, John .,,,, Wells, Kenneth .,.,. .,,,,,..63, ,....,,,,21, 64. 105, 1137, 49, 56, Wells, Ruby ........,,......... .......,,,......... Wenning, Virginia ...,........ ,.......,,,..,. 6 2, Wentzell, Margaret Annu, ,,..,,,, 24, 4-8, Wenzler, Earl ,,...,..,......,. ,,.,............ 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