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

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jane brown editor george icraft business manager irarriet Scribner circulation manager rici1ard rieiy advertising manager The view from Silver Hills of our town, the river, and the hills around is one of unsurpassed beauty. 2 . . a town steeped in river lore. It was the birthplace of packets that made history on the rivers of our newiy developing continent. It was the jumping-oft place for explorers going into the Northwest Territory . . . the site ot the famous buffalo crossing into the bluegrass country . . . the scene of the over-night stage stop . . . tne beginning ot the Yankee country. Our town grew up with the shrill whistle ot steamboats on the Ohio. lt was the birthplace of almost SOO river boats--the Eclipse, the A. L. Shotwell, and the Robert E. Lee, most famous of them all. It was the home of the people who came to build the boats and to command the boats. The river has played a leading role in the devel- opment of our town since the early l800's. Our town more than once has seen the river on a ram- page . . . flooding its banks . . . ruining farm land "ii lsv -an - I - . 5 I, f' 'HTG " " ' i..E'..u.. its--.r-1-JU", -fi? - L. ' . ., 'z:""'.e" "" "'f' f , ' . .A - . ....,,.....,4- , , , . v -,LAWN -,w- . , V, 4 -. ' 4 '- 1 'mf ..-1-1.13.-H ... A "' ' ". ' " "' . . , 7 V lg V , ,D , J , .. . ig-am , Q V The Robert E. Lee was the most luxurious boat ever built in New Albany. lts victory over the Natchez in a race from New Orleans to St. Louis made steamboat history. . . . leaving people homeless. However, when kept under control, it fertilized the rich bottom lands so the pioneers could grow corn and other food . . . it encouraged manufacturing by supply- ing unlimited water power . . . its steamboats made possible the most economical means of transportation. Even today our town is dependent upon the river for its industry and shipping. As in the Past, the Ohio is an integral part of New Albany. The Scribner House was built by Joel Scribner in l8l4. lt is the oldest residence in town and today retains its original furn- ishings. 4 . . . a town long associated with historic fact and fiction. It was the western border of the land grant made to George Rogers Clark . . . the site of many shipyards famous for the steamboats they furnished for Ohio and Mississippi River trans- portation . . . the home of William Vaughn Moody . . . the last station south on a famous railroad . . . the beginning of industries new to the Middle West . . . the site of colorful taverns where Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, William Henry Harrison, and many other famous persons were entertained. Our town was founded by the three Scribner brothers who left Albany, New York to sail down the Ohio River to find new and fertile lands. ln the spring of l8l 3, they set foot on the soil they later named New Albany. Our town grew rapidly and within a few years had acquired a reputation as a boat-building cen- ter. Timber was plentiful and near at hand . . . the shore sloped to a deep all-season channel. Little wonder the best steamboat builders crowded into New Albany. During this era of river traffic, our town was the scene of brilliant social affairs . . . steamboat captains and their families crowded the local taverns . . . southerners vacationed here. New -4lie""'f . 3? ','4Sik"Z7'3" 1- :D-,H : 'iff Ja Ttkmiiil uf. -' ' f""4u-, w.:f'fEf:l ! Albany was not only the largest town in the state during this period but also one of the most active. Our town was brought to a standstill following this era of prosperity . . . steamboating declined rapidly . . . the Civil War depleted the wealth of the town, New Albany met this decline by turning to the manufacturing of glass . . . and then to the iron rolling mills. When both of these eventually failed. our town saw the possibilities of a new industry -- plyv-.ond manufacturing. The river and railroads would ig fl! r 1 b 4.3.5 F' 1 Q x ,fr This pictures New Albany as it was seen from the hills above in the days of steamboats and stage- coaches. furnish transportation , , . near-by forests would provide hardwoods . . . there was an abundant supply of labor. Thus it was that New Albany gave rise to the first plywood factory, and today is one of the largest producers of plywood in this country, Our town has come a long way from paddle wheel boats and veneer mills . . . always growing . . . a'ways welcoming new industries . , . always building our transportation facilities to a maxi- mum, 5 V." ""' -. -T uf . - V . ,.,,,',:'.aJ-Ls-fffes 352- .,. , ' ' . ' ' SL 9 ' i A smoke stack and a factory whistle symbols of an industrial town. 6 . . . a town of many factories, railroads, churches, and schools . . . city buses, parking meters, and dial telephones . . . a town conven- iently located near a metropolitan area. Our town is a town surrounded by natural beau- ty . . . the Ohio on one side and the hills above on another. It is a friendly town . . . inhabited by approximately 30,000 people . . . the se'on:l largest city in southern lndiana. New Albany is an industrial town . . . with a high standard of living. lt houses 43 major indus- tries. . . manufacturing plywood, veneer, furniture, clothing, stoves, leather, machinery, prefabricated houses, wrought metals, and many other products. Our town is a civic-minded town . . . with many organizations and activities . . . our people wor- ship in 26 churches of various denominations. Our town guards the health of its people . . . a well-equipped tuberculosis sanitorium proviies modern treatment. . .a l00 bed hospital maintains up-to-date facilities. Our citizens are vitally interested in educational advancement. We have l4 schools . . . elemen- tary, parochial, junior high, and high schools. Our town has a public library . . . a business col- lege . . . the high school offers adult education. 522 C '4 'Q 1 Vi . ff at Rv , , 5 'K' ' ff' .ff f-ff" 1 A gr ' K W iw? s 2 .X 5 Our town provides many types of recreation . . . golf, swimming, tennis, and baseball. The Soap Box Derby is an annual summer attraction . . . our theatres supply entertainment. Our well-kept homes . , . good city streets . . . A well-staffed Sanitorium, a new school, a mod- ern factory - all part of a progressive New Al- bany. recreational facilities . . . city government with a mayor and city council . . . the floodwall , . . radio station WLRP . . . high ranking schools are all indications of a modern and progressive New Albany. 7 OUT SCl'lCCl moclern school table ol contents introduction.. . sclwool life. .. activities .... athletics .... people ...... advertisements ..... . . . . . index ....... 8 1-7 8-15 16-65 66-83 84-119 1QO-162 163-168 fx! lili In '33 7 ft A . . .a school attended by l5l 5 boys and girls. . . staffed by a principal, 2 assistant principals, 2 deans, 50 teachers, 2 librarians, 2 secretaries, l nurse, l dietician, and 9 custodians. Our school offers its students over l4O different courses, taught in 44 classrooms . . . in the main building, the annex, and the vocational agriculture building. Our students take part in the activities of 35 clubs . . . they participate in football, basketball, track, and baseball . . . they play in the band and sing in the choir . . . they operate the school radio station . . . they cheer at ball games . . . provide an audience for dramatic productions , . . they take the freshman walk. . . stand in line in the cafeteria . . march across a platform in caps and gowns. Our school dates back to l853 when the first high school was established in New Albany . , . the second oldest high school in the state. Since that time our high school has had various locations. The present building was constructed in l927 . . . the annex was first used for high school classes in l94l . . . the south wing ofthe main building was added in l9-43 . . . and in l949 the vocational agriculture building was ready for use. Since the first high school was started in New Albany almost a hundred years ago, it has paced the city's industrial development. lt owes much to its civic leaders who through these years have helped to make our school one of the finest and one of the most modern high schools anywhere. 9 wgmx ,J fi il ,v ,ig f Tx 3 E ' n 1 s Y W5 'dr' v w. if Q VTQ. . ! 3 ig 4,84 mini UHISABM msfusrfm' A, ,F .vm 5-gr, 4' ,s,,,R Q E M W 1 'fmt' we 3 Maw X .X , wsu. Wm- 4 - , vi if 17' The bookstore . . . a meeting place be- tween classes . . . small talk and news ex- changed between friends. The dean's office . . , unexcused absences . . . tardy slips . . . fi f but always a haven where problems can be solved. ,Q 4' A, 11 ...J 'QUE'-9 Dancing, drinking cokes, and sometimes loafing . , . cheering from the stands at the faculty-senior game . . . pausing at a locker between classes . . . little things that will always be treasured in our memories of NAHS. '1 Q IV 5 fl ,E Mia M a 2' , my ,V W i fefgnlr. ' 5 i C'-4 ' Q ,J ii actuvltles we brng you thus ook Jane Brown and George Kraft edutor and busuness manager of the annual look over the cover desugned for the l95l Senuor Blotter The l95l Senuor Blotter was realuzed to be a record of the year l95O 5l at New Albany l-lugh School The prumary objectuve of the edutor her staff and the advusers was to retell the story of our school year The staff was headed by Jane Brown edutor George Kraft busuness manager l-larruet Scrubner curculatuon manager and Ruchard Ruely advertusung manager From July 9 to 23 several members of the staff attended the Hugh School Journalusm lnstutute at lnduana Unuversuty Most of these students won honors un theur respectuve fuelds of sports features news wrutung and advertusung NAHS was also rep resented at the lnduana l-lugh School Press Assocua tuon meetung at Franklun College and the Natuonal Scholastuc Press Assocuatuon conference at Chucago Robert B Johnson former durector of publuca summer months and at the Journalusm lnstutute at lnduana Unuversuty ln September after the resug natuon of Mr Johnson from the hugh school faculty Floyd A Creech assumed the posutuon of uournalusm teacher and yearbook advuser When Mr Creech was recalled to the Unuted States Aur Force un December Muss Jessue Ruth Bobb assustant advuser worked wuth the staff un publushung the l95l Senuor Blotter Standung Beth Taylor Jerry Montgomery Donald Belcher l-larruet Scrubner Barbara Lancaster Vurgunua Nale Martha Trunnell Martha Ruley Dorothy Spencer Seat d Joyce Lam-ee Don Lee Muller Lewus Pty George Kraft Donald Pace Shurley Jo Neeld I8 I I I tions at NAI-lS, workled with the staff during the Standung Nancy Martln Paul Hottell Wanda Kehoe Robert Tegarden Jolene Webb Seated Nancy Glover Helen Stone Bette Sue Vance Vada Kenney Patrucna Salmon Jane Brown Edltor Jane Brown Busaness Manager George Kraft Gurculatlon Manager Harriet Scrnbner Advertnsrng Manager Richard Rlely Actnvuty Staff Patrxcta Salmon editor Martha Trunnell Juannta Ther Nancy Glover Dorothy Spencer Martha Rlley Athletuc Staff Lee Henry editor J T Norrnngton Sensor Staff Bette Sue Vance editor Helen Stone Robert Flynn Robert Tegarden -lome Room Staff Vada Kenney editor Paul Hottell Jolene Webb Nancy Martin Index Staff Earl Fansler eclutor Harruet Scribner Mounting Staff Wrlllam Potts d tor Nancy Glover Barbara Lancaster cxrculatnon Staff Don Belcher Earl Fwnsler Nancy Glover George Kraft Don Lee Muller Vnrgunua Nale Shurley Jo Neeld Paul Pott Wal luam Potts Martha Rnley Dorothy Spencer Gerald Tyler Advertuslng Staff Joyce Lamlfe B rbarw Lancaster Don Lee Maller Ellzabeth Taxlor Ruchard McClaren Patrucla Spencer Vada Ken ney Jerry Montgomery Don Pace Lewis Pry Morton Wolfe SII0 A lg' gf ff!!!-"' Richard Rlely and l-larrlet Scrubrer serxed as advertlslng manager and cmrculatlon manager for the annual l9 f It - v r - ' n 1 l y 4- y v ........... . . . .... ot cl-1, ' S r . . . . 'WJ ....... ..... Q 3, S .. . . J: xv ............... ss ........... , v T v 1 .. , ,.. .1 ......... , 1 - , . - ......... , f , , T v 6-. NY I ' , , ' " oi - L, ........... ,G , f P' 4 ' , , . , t V 1 - ' v t - Affz-id! x, P c IJ l' , . I . - . A . u t - HT' """ v v n n I A I -J ' '- First Semester Staff 1-........ Earl Fansler, editorg Jolene Webb, feature editorg Harriet Scribner, news editorg Ellis Flynn, sports editorg Louise Coulding, society editorg Marilyn Voignier, exchange editor. headlines, headaches, and havoc Mr, Cehlbach. printing instructor, and Earl Fansler, editor of the Blotter for the first semester, discuss page layouts, Mrs, Max Wiesman, adviser. assisted Patricia Salmon, who served as editor of the Blotter for the second SQFTIGSTQV. 20 The staff of the Blotter, NAI-IS newspaper, is composed of the members of the journalism classes. The main objectives of the staff are to keep the students informed of the activities and organiza- tions in school and to interpret the school to the community. The work provides training in the journalistic field and offers an opportunity for creative writing. Fourteen issues of the Blotter were published during the school year. The paper is printed in the high school print shop under the supervision of Albert Cehlbach, printing instructor. The climax of the first semester Blotter campaign was a variety show given for all subscribers. The annual senior-faculty basketball game terminated the second semester campaign. The faculty adviser for the first semester was Floyd A. Creech. Mr, Creech was called into thc United States Air Force in December, and Mrs. Roy Scott acted as faculty adviser for the remainder oi the semester. The second semester staff was under the direction of Mrs, Max Wiesman. Four staff members were enrolled at the Indiana l-ligh School Journalism Institute at Indiana Uni- versity last summer, Members of the staff also attended the Indiana High School Press Association meeting at Franklin College and the National Scholastic Press Association conference at Chicago. Second Semester Staff Standing Don Lee Muller feature edltor Lewus Pry sports edltor Ronald Davis Donald Pace news edltor Robert Tegarden sports edltor Seated Barbara Lancaster exchange edltor Martha Trunnell exchange edntor Shlrley Jo Neeld soclety edxtor Not plctured Jane Brown feature edxtor Mary Ann Burke socvety edlror Nancy Martm news edutor Rlchard Rnley buslness manager A55 TT i Y!" W M km!! !1....:1: S cond Semester Associate Staff Standing Robert Flynn news Dennus Powell sports Donald Belcher sports Paul Poff sports Martha Riley features Dorothy Spencer features Seated Nancy Clover soclety Helen Stone features Bette Sue Vance ocnety Vlrglnna Nale news Delores Husey features Zl A 1 ' . ' : ' , ' 1 'L , A Q , 2 . ' 9 . ' :-A , A ' . A 1 , ' 1 , ' A 2 '. A L' A . ' . 5flIp QQ 1'.r Q 1 :P Y lull - 3 1 S .fs so , "ABQ W, X m 'v f . tr l A If t .fm 2 Q V A' , 2 so Q 1 ....,..-a... Q! . .. f Q . U: . 1 A .. 5 , 1 . Q ' . 1 , . 1 . A 5 . : .S' Q , 5 ' . . journalists in th The Reporters Club was organized in the fall of i948 in order to give freshmen, sophomores, and juniors an opportunity to write for the high school newspaper. The purposes of the club are to develop the creative writing ability of those students inter- ested in collecting material and preparing it for publication in the Blotter, and to give members of the club an insight into the journalistic pro- fession. During club meetings, the members discussed and studied the various types and styles of stories found in the high school newspaper The main project of the club was the selling of official programs during the home football and basketball games This is a very important and worth while duty which was aptly performed by malong the members. Proceeds from program sales are used to send NAHS journalists to state and na- tional journalism conferences. The program sales- men were Doris Scharrer, Joyce Sweet, Lavetta Wimp, Nancy Stillman, Mary Morris, and Jane Murray. The first semester officers of the club were Joyce Sweet, presidentg Irene Hobach, vice presi- dentg Betty Hock, secretaryg and Jeanette Little, treasurer. Officers serving for the second semester were Don Lee Miller, presidentg Paul Hottell, vice president Ellis Flynn secretary and Patricia Christiansen treasurer Floyd A Creech spon sored the club the first semester and Mrs Max Wiesman served as sponsor for the second semester Pow 3 Mr Cre ch Patricia Christian en Donald Schad Donad Miller Earl Fansler Donald McCulloch Ellis Flynn Charles Henninger George Crone Row 2 Kay Yingling Patricia Bu Ier Joyce Sweet Evelyn Campbell Jeanette Little Joyce Tabar Donna Locey Carolyn Vance Willa Byers Helen Rouzer Rose Singleton lrene Hobach Betty l-lock xow l Laxetta NVimp Irene Huale Jo Ann Fulkerson Doris Sch rrer Jane Murray Nancy Stillman 22 ' C , 1 , . . ' , . - , D K----ff-H f j i l X 1 . e . ' A ' S . . ' ' . . , ' , V . . f , F 2 . W '. , a , , . .Tr "'Y"' I, Row 5: Mrs. Long, Thomas Corcoran, Theodore Graver, Russell Dudley, Patrick Parker, Paul Poff, Frank Lorch. Row 4: William Potts, James Coffman, James Yeager, Patrick Marguet, Richard Riely, Robert Madison, John Blunk, Mr. Raney. Row 3: William Jackson, Cordon Rogers, Thurman Conrad, John Largent, Donald Miller, James Lewis, James Dyer, Norman Melhiser. Row 2: Nancy Neely, Juanita Ther, Cara Lynn Rhoads, Norma Osborne, Vivian Taylor, Betty Faulkenburg, Nancy Shacklett, Inez Hottell, Joseph Wampler, Wayne McCulloch. Row l: Nancy Shallers, Shirley Curts, Joyce Flynn, Jo Ann Whitaker, Lodema Taylor, Dolores Archer, Carolyn Radcliff, Wanda Thorn, Patsye Ciraybrook, Marcella Robinson. of, for, and by The government of the students, by the stu- dents, and for the students at New Albany High School is known as the Student Council and is now in its seventh year. This group, consisting of forty-five members, enables a student to ex- press his ideas concerning school activities and functions. A representative from each home room plus four officers elected by the student body com- prise this council. The officers for the year l95O- Sl were Paul Poff, president, Joyce Flynn, sec- retaryg and Patrick Parker, treasurer. Mrs. Jessie Beard Long and C. Cordon Raney are the spon- sors of the group. The Student Council has accomplished much during the school year. With the cooperation of the Parent-Teacher Association, the council sent four seniors to New York to attend the C-eneral Assembly of the United Nations. The seniors the stud nts chosen for this trip were Mary Ann Burke, Rich- ard Riely, Juanita Ther, and Morton Wolfe, They were accompanied by Miss Leota Rusk, a mem- ber of the social studies department. The organization also sponsored a Parent- Teacher Association program, lt was responsible for the decoration of the school during the Christ- mas season. Members presented a program for the Southeastern Center of Indiana University at Jeffersonville, Square dances given in the gym- nasium were sponsored by the Student Council. This national organization sent four repre- sentatives to the district meeting in Bedford last October. In April, four representatives attended the state meeting in Lafayette. One of the fore- most gatherings is the national convention to be held in Boston in June and which the newly elected president for l95l-52 will attend. 23 Row 2: Patricia Owen, Kenneth Scharf, James Robinson, Fred Coetsch, Jo Ann Schell. Row l : Mary Lou Kaestner, Marilyn Shaffer, Martha Smith, Jolene Daily, Mary Ann Marguet, Margaret Spencer, Nancy Parks, Patricia Spencer. II rn fi To quality 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 main- tained such an average was awarded a scholar- ship "N" at the special awards assembly during the spring semester. "N" winners for the second semester ot last year were Doris Bomerbach, Fred C-oetsch, Patricia Owen, Nancy Parks, Kenneth Scharf, Jo Ann Schell, Doris Shaffer, Marilyn Shaffer, Martha Smith, Jolene Dailey, Mary Lou Kaestner, Mary Ann Marguet, Kathryn McFrye, Anna Reeder, James Robinson, Margaret Spencer, to th honored ol nahs Patricia Spencer, Juanita Ther, and Patricia Striegel. Those students qualifying for a scholarship year were Doris Bomersbach, Fred Coetsch, Dolores Banet, Carol Barkes, Mary Ann Burd, Mary Ann Burke, Jane Ann Davis, Jacquelyn Dyer, Nancy Glover, Charlotte Hunt, Fay Jacobi, May Jacobi, Mary Lou Kaestner, Grace Karnes, Doris McKinney, James Miller, Martha Peck, Martha Ann Ritz, Paul Rider, James Robinson, Patricia Salmon, Kenneth Scharf, Nancy Shallers, Delbert Smith, William Sparks, Margaret Spen- cer, Patricia Spencer, Beth Taylor, Vivian Taylor, Juanita Ther, John Thompson, Carolyn Vance, Ann Wentzell, Nancy Wilson, and Robert Yost. Row 4: Kenneth Scharf, Delbert Smith, James Robinson, John Cioulding. Row 3: John Thompson, James Miller, Dolores Banet, Ann Wentzcll, Beth Taylor, Doris McKinney, Martha Peck, Charlotte Hunt. Row 2: Paul Rider, Robert Yost, Patricia Owen, Vivian Taylor, Mary Lou Kaestner, May Jacobi, Fay Jacobi, Jacquelyn Dyer, Mary Ann Burd, Jane Ann Davis. Row l: Patricia Spencer, Carol Barkes, Nancy Wilson, Marilyn Shaffer, Margaret Spencer, Grace Karnes, Nancy Shallers, Carolyn Vance, Martha Ritz, Nancy Clover. wom n of distinction The Speakers Club was organized in l9l2 with the purpose of giving high school girls a chance to develop their oratorical talents. Wranglers, having been organized a few months earlier, is the oldest club in New Albany High School, but Speakers is the second Speaker officers who conducted the activities of the club were: standing-Juanita Ther, Joyce Lamke, Kathryn McFrye, and Beth Taylor, seated--Vada Kenney. oldest and holds the record for continuous operation. The Wrangler-Speaker Cup Contest, held in April, is one of the main events of the year. During the school year, Speakers and the music department often combine to furnish programs for the holidays. They gave choral readings on Thanksgiving, and produced "The Christmas Pearl," a play presented for the Christmas assembly. All Speaker activities were not confined to the school, however. Speakers and their arch enemies, Wranglers, combined to give a dance for the basketball team after tournament time. They also gave a tea for their alumnae, and at Christmas they had a party for underprivileged children. Officers for the first semester were Vada Kenney, president, Kathryn McFrye, vice pres- identg Juanita Ther, secretary, and Joyce Lamke, treasurer. Second semester officers were Vada Kenney, presidentg Juanita Ther, vice president, Kath- ryn McFrye, secretaryg and Joyce Lamke, treas- urer. Miss Olleta Tyler sponsors the club. Row 3: Joyce Townsend, Juanita Ther, Jean Metcalf, Kathryn McFrye, Harriet Scribner. Row 2: Vada Kenney. Miss Tyler, Beth Taylor, Joyce Lamke, Janet Largent, Janet Salyers, Mary Ann Burke, Joyce McLin, Row l: Nancy Martin, Ann Wentzell, Margaret Spencer, Joyce Appleby, Donna Foster, Nancy Wilson. statesm n of th future The Wrangler Club was organized in l9lO by l-l. B. McLinn, former superintendent of schools, and has been an outstanding boys' club of NAHS since its formation, Marvin Oakes has sponsored Wranglers since l9-42, except during the three years he was in the service. Club membership is limited to twenty-five boys chosen from the senior, junior, and sopho- more classes. The prospective member must have an A or B average in English and social science. The purpose of the club is to promote Public speaking, discussions, and debates, and to par- ticipate in any worth-while function of the school or community. The major activity of the year was the presen- tation of the melodrama, "The City Slicker and Our Nell," which was a request performance The cast included Lewis Pry, Robert Flynn. Patrick Flynn, Donald Moser, Richard Riely, Don Lee Miller, Morton Wolfe, Ceorge Kraft, and David Caylor. The Wrangler Cup Contest, which is an ora- torical contest open to any boy or girl in NAHS. is sponsored by this club. Members also partici- .g,.. l l K . y "2, t A T I t ' U l 45 ROW Row -l ROW 3 ROW 2 Row 26 5 John l-loglen, Donald Sisloff, James Lewis. Donald Harrington, Patrick Flynn, Robert Flynn, Donald Moser Patrick Marguet, Morton Wolfe, Robert Temple, Donald Miller Lewis Pry, Richard Riely, David Caylor, Jerry Montgomery George Kraft, Mr. Oakes, Jack Gardner. Wrangler officers serving the first semester were: stand- ing4Lewis Pry, Jerry Montgomery, and Jack Gardner, seated-David Caylor and George Kraft. pate in the Rotary discussion and debate contest and the American Legion contest. Another annual project of the club is the pro- motion of pep sessions. The social highlight of the Wranglers' activities for this year was the annual spring dance which was held at the Ne '-.f r Albany Country Club. Shown are two scenes from the Wranglers' production, "The City Heading the second semester activities were: standing! Patrick Flynn, Donald Harrington, seated-Don Lee Miller and Patrick Marguet. First semester officers were George Kraft, presidentg Jack Gardner, vice president, David Caylor, secretary: Lewis Pry, treasurer, and Jerry Montgomery, sergeant at arms. Second semester officers were Patrick Mar- guet, president, Morton Wolfe, vice presidentg Don Lee Miller, secretary, Patrick Flynn, treas- urer, and Donald Harrington, sergeant at arms. Slicker and Our Nell," isnt, Row 2 Edgar Bachman Hal Lelchhardt Larry Sperzel Row l Sue Tretter Martha Smlth Mlss Stanton Charlotte I-1unt Mary Tevls llterature, prose and poetry The purpose of the Readers Club IS to Increase students Interest In the tuner points of literature and to encourage a tuner understandung of better reading maternal The club was organuzed un l943 by Mrs Catherme Lucas The sponsorshlp was taken over by Mlss Olleta Tyler In l948 who contlnued sponsorlng the club durung l949 Mlss Grace Stanton IS the present club sponsor Durlng club meetlngs the members dlscussed the books they had read and gave detalled book reports The club members also read plays and dramatlzed them durlng meetlngs Debates on the lnterary merlts of varlous books were also glven Snnce many students do not have the tame or opportunuty to really enloy a good book the club perlod IS sometlmes devoted entlrely to pleasure 28 read ng Many members thus acqulre a broader range of readnng opportunltles The club has Its own collection of almost one hundred tltty books but members are encourage to select volumes both classlcal and popular from school and town llbrarles To keep the atmosphere mformal membershlp un the clcb l lumlted to twenty Durnnd Book Week the club helped to m ke 1 le school book consclous by means of posters fn the llbrary and halls and sknts broadcast to the wtlre school over the untercommunlcatlons sys tem They also presented skits over the school radlo stat on which were broadcast to the corn munity The otflcers ot the Readers Club for the year l95O l95l were Martha Schmltt presldent and Sue Tretter secretary treasurer I 'g,. Q r- 1 If ' ' x, . , , . l . . , . - v n l l - l . . E . . O. . ..... . . . ' I . ,I , Q C, - l - . . . . . . . I .F v I ' - ' ' '1 , C v Q . . . ,A . . l 1 v 5 1 . Sl - . . . , 1 . . , - v ' 1 , 9 T Q to build a better community The Build A Better Community Club was or- ganized in March, l95O. by Miss Ruth Braeuti- gam, who is now sponsoring the club. The pur- pose of the club is to further community spirit within our local area, ln November, at the time of the regular city election, a mock election was held, Student voters were required to register in their home rooms before casting their votes. Voting booths were installed on each floor of the main build- ing, with one in the annex, Regular election offi- cials were appointed for each polling place. The purpose of the election was to familiarize the high school students with the voting procedure and to raise their interest in civic matters, A school survey of recreational facilities and possibilities in every city school was conducted as part of a city survey. The club meets every Thursday during club period, Membership is open to any civic-minded student of New Albany High School. Officers for the year were Marilyn Shaffer, presidentg Austin Frentz, vice president, Donald Sisloff, secretary, James Lewis and Kenneth Scharf, treasurersg and John Schickel, sergeant at arms. Row 5: Student voters participate in one of the Community Builders' main projects. Miss Braeutigam, Kenneth Meyer, Kenneth Scharf, Austin Frentz. Row 4: James Lewis, John Norrington, Beulah Atwood, Jean Baugh, John Schickel. Row 3: Donald Sisloff, Leta Snider, Guy Priestley, Margaret l-laws, Anne Fulkersori. Row 2: Martha Peck, Mary Schickel, Mary Morris, Carolyn Motsinger, Jacqueline Shea. Row li Marilyn Thomas, Mary Hinton, Jean l-litner, Donna Nance, Joan Tiemeyer. Marilyn Shaffer, presiding. f1 11 ,-ni-""'-, A J-W.: Y X 1-v"""' Pow 2 Nadine Ogden Janet Flora Mardell Frakes Marilyn Longest Leola Moore Row l Jo Ann Richert Nancy Robertson Juanita Ther Joyce Townsend Louise Coulding Norma Terry truth, justice, ancl progress The Alpha chapter of the Tri Hi Y which has been under the supervision of Miss Ruth Braeuti gam since l947 sets an example for the rest of the community in good fellowship and Christian character The club composed of junior and senior girls as many worth-while annual projects including the distribution of calendars to the members of the faculty for classrooms and the sharing of gifts with the less fortunate at Christmas and Easter This past Christmas the club helped a family of seven by sending food clothing and toys for the five children During Christmas the Alpha girls joined together to carol appreciative persons and homes in New Albany. After the caroling the club members gathered at the home of one of their sponsors to wrap Christmas gifts to be given to the needy. The club also con- 3 Row 2: Ann Biggs, Marjorie Hisey. Janette Clayton, Bettye Brooks, Janet Salyers, Marijane Caskill. Row l: Jo Ann Smith, Janet Sandbach, Joan Scoggins, Sharon Tyler, Mary Ann Burd, Carol Schaefer. 30 trubuted to the varuous local and natuonal benefut druves ln the fall of 1951 the three Tru Hu Y chap ters of NAHS jouned together un the unutuatuon of suxty fuve gurls Thus servuce the furst jount unutua tuon of the three chapters took place followung a banquet guven at the hugh school Every thurd meetung the club sponsored an out sude speaker O P Peters and S B Guethe were two of theur many distinguished guests One ofthe club s maun actuvutues was the maun tenance of a checkroom on the furst floor durung the basketball season Every member of the club worked un the checkroom contrubutung a certaun amount of her tume to thus worthy project The school umprovement and charutable purposes The three Tru Hu Y chapters sponsored a double assembly whuch was guven by the Arthur Murray Studuo Exhubutuons of the modern dance were guven Last sprung the Tru Hu Y gurls sponsored a May Day Dance at the Masonuc Temple A queen was crowned and thus actuvuty proved to be a great success The project has been made an annual affaur Members of the Alpha chapter look forward to theur annual dustruct meetung state meetung Gurls of the Alpha chapter of Tru Hu Y are shown checkung coats at the basketball games and natuonal conventuon Cara Lynn Rhoads us secretary of the state Tru Hu Y organuzatuon Sev eral club members attended Camp Tecumseh the Tru Hu Y camp at Delphu lnduana The offucers for the year were Juanuta Ther presudent Louuse Gouldung vuce presudent Ann Buggs secretary Joyce Townsend treasurer Janet Salyers marshal Nancy Robertson chap laun Sharon Tyler hustoruan and Nadune Ogden publucuty chaurman Wm 1' I Offucers servung Alpha Tru Hu Y for 1950 51 were standung Sharon Tyler, Louuse Couldung, and Muss Braeutugam, club sponsor, seated Nadune Ogden, Janet Salyers, Joyce Townsend, Juanuta Ther, Norma Terry, and Nancy Robertson 31 , - - - ,':,I Eff' . . . . .. . ,Him . . . . . . . . . . . , j ' - , ' ti ' . . . . . . , proceeds from the checkroom were used for ' ' . , I . I 1 Y 1 U 5 Q u N 1 . I 4 X Q 5. GL l X,,,:Xj Row 2: Miss Ryall, Sharon Klinger, Dorene Berry, Elizabeth Shoup, Jo Ann Riddle, Dolores Casey. Row l: Jacqueline Rowe, Joyce Moore, Vivian Taylor, Mary Englernan, Marcia Shepherd, Jo Ann Schell, Carol Barkes, Barbara McHone, Shirley Baumann. pure thoughts, words, and deeds The Omega chapter of Tri Hi Y was registered with the State YMCA of Indiana in November, l9-48, to meet the need for a freshman and soph- omore Tri Hi Y group. The club's officers during the school year were Dorene Berry, president, Ann Benjamin, vice president, Elizabeth Shoup, secretary, Carol Ann Barkes, treasurer, Mary Florence Ollis, chaplain, Zoerado Bacot, sergeant at arms, and Marcia Shepherd, historian. The sponsor is Miss Muriel Ryall. Proceeds from the two checkrooms maintained on the third floor during basketball season made it possible for Omega girls to remember the less fortunate at Christmas and to contribute to the numerous civic drives. They presented to the school a water cooler for the back hall on the third floor. The club also gave outstanding mem- bers camperships to Camp Tecumseh and assisted the other Tri Hi Y chapters in sponsoring a double assembly of a cultural nature. Among their social functions were the annual Mothers' Day Tea, the Christmas party for mem- bers and sponsors, and the Tri Hi Y spring dance. Row 2: Mary Sue LaDuke, Terry Zahnd, Nadine Rupp, Gloria Belviy, Marlene Longest, Sandra Brown, Joyce Mittag, Yvonne Belcher, Carolyn Mararnan. Row l: Martha Sandbach, Patricia Roberson, Joan Tether, Jacquelyn Schutte, Patricia Voignier, Sandra Brown, Zoerado Bacot, Ann Benjamin. I-5 32 L Row 2: June Denny, Delle Whittinghill, Beverly Radcliff, Wanda Thorn, Virginia Stone, Linda Radcliff, Shirley Martin, Carrie McClure, Peggy Dupaquier, Martha Ritz. Row l: Nadine Keller, Marlene Ash, Betty Masterson, Sheila Steproe, Lucille Dorsey, Bettie Lethig, Jetta Martin. clevelopm nt of spirit and mind The second year for the Alpha Beta chapter of Tri Hi Y has been filled with service work, con- ferences, money raising activities, and social events, With a membership of thirty-six fresh- man and sophomore girls, the club has taken on an additional faculty sponsor and has increased its number of patrons from one to five. The annual dinner and initiation, sponsored by the three chapters of Tri Hi Y with the girls' mothers as guests, began the year's program. ln October, members, their patrons, and sponsors lunched in Louisville and attended a movie, The Alpha Betas entertained friends at a beautiful Holiday Tea in the American Legion Home and a Christmas party was held for the members and patrons, The chapter was represented at every Tri Hi Y conference. The club sponsored a candy and pastry sale downtown, distributed baskets of food to needy families at Thanksgiving, and had charge of the concessions at two of the basketball games. The year's program ended with an outing and all day picnic at Clifty Falls. Officers of the club for the year were Delle Whittinghill, presidentg Marilyn Shaffer, vice president, Dolores Archer, secretary, Doris Shaf- fer, treasurerg Louise Karnes, sergeant at arms: Carrie McClure, historian, and Jetta Ann Martin, chaplain. The sponsor of the club is Miss Etelka Rockenbach and she is assisted by Miss C-ertrude Wilson. Row 2: Nancy Shivel, Nellie Hargis, Carolyn Shultz, Shirley Shaffer, Aileen Luallen, Doris Humphrey, Doris Shaffer, Lesta Castineau. Row l 1 Regina Rough, Dolores Archer, Sharon Lynch, Carolyn Rippy, Darlene McCulloch, Yvonne Motsinger, Marilyn Shaffer, is 'H--wah "S+, Row 3: Richard Newkirk, Ellis Flynn, Jack Tuttle, Thomas Shrader, Stanley Wagner. Row 2: Donald Moser, Robert Ledtord, Robert Tegarden, Morton Wolfe, Lewis Pry, Richard Pigman, Cerold Schroeder. Row l: Michael Doyle, James Butner, Donald Harrington, Donald Holz, Robert Crantz, Robert Anderson, 'ouis Baumann. c can living, c can speech "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards ot Christian character" is the purpose of the Senior Hi Y Club, under the direction of Floyd Henry. An initiation banquet was given by the club members at the Colonial Manor on February 8. Thirteen new members were added to the club at this time. The new members were presented with Hi Y pins and membership cards. Hi Y sponsored a pep session the day before basketball tournament play began. Coach Ber- nard Hickman and the cheerleaders from the University of Louisville were guests, Throughout the year, the Tri Hi Y and the Hi Y clubs met for various social gatherings, ln the spring, the club sponsored a picnic at Blackiston's Mill for members and their guests. 34 A variety show, featuring local school talent, was presented in April tor the student body. The club also made a Hi Y emblem to be hung on the wall ot the high school gymnasium. Their slogan is "Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship," The club membership is open to any boy ot the junior or senior class who subscribes to the stated purpose ot this organization and is ac- cepted by the executive committee at one of its regular meetings. The Hi Y Club was organized in September of i945 by Miss Ruth Braeutigam as a high school branch ot the Young Men's Christian Association. The officers for the year were Robert Te- garden, presidentg Lewis Pry, secretary, and Donald Moser, treasurer. Row Z: Ted Craver, Edgar Marven, Cale Loughmiller, Robert Harvey, William Poston, Patrick Parker, Pete Corrao, Jerry Weber, Robert Chappelle. Row l: Joe Cooley, Joseph Eiler, Tom Owen, Richard Cooley, Earl Staton, Donald Summers, Marvin Nicholson, Charles Roberson. clean sport , clean scholarship Organized in l949, the Junior Hi Y Club strives to promote good sportsmanship and clean living, and to extend honesty, loyalty, and good citizenship throughout the entire student body of the high school. During the weekly meetings, the members dis- cussed the use of proper language, good man- ners, self-respect, and many other virtues which lead to clean, wholesome living. During the club period, different films were shown on various sports. One of the special activities of the year was an annual spring picnic at the forest reserve at Henryville. The club members attended another Row 3: Roger Dannenfelser, Thomas Steproe. party at Frank lVlarquet's cabin. During the bas- ketball season, the Junior Hi Y members formed a basketball team and also had contests among themselves. They enjoyed softball and other sports in the spring months. The Junior Hi Y group also attended different interesting and outstanding sports events around the New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Louisville areas. Officers were elected in September for the entire year. Pete Corrao served as president, Tom Benbrook, vice president, Tom Walker, treas- urerg and Ralph Webb, secretary. The club is sponsored by Robert Oenbrink. Row 2: Cary Allen, Ralph Webb, David Baylor, Wesley Rucker, David Brigham, Roy Strickland, Jack Rowe, Mr. Oenbrink, Row l: Melvin Koehler, Joseph DeVore, Robert Yost, Tommy Walker, Joe Walker, Richard Davidson, Tommy Bacot, Cale Lamb, Cordon Lamb. start the day w Robert E. Carter is shown conducting a rehearsal of the New Albany High School Concert Choir. Row 4: Belcher, Joe Stamper. Row 3: William Lohmeyer. Row 2: Martin, Donald Neff. Row l 2 Smith. itll a s o n 9 During the third period of each school day, the New A'bany High School Concert Choir, under the direction of Robert E. Carter, meets in the music room tor a practice session. The seventy-tive mem- bers ot the choir have enjoyed preparing many fine selections tor various musical programs. Accom' panists have been Harriet Scribner and Nancy Reed. The objectives of this organization 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 by appearances in concerts before students and the general public. The Concert Choir sang for the Education Week open house broadcast from the NAHS auditorium. The choir, together with members of Speakers, presented the annual Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assembly programs. ln April, the choir participated in the Valley Choral Festival at Aurora, lndiana. Eighteen mem- Marilyn Longest, Norma Osborne, Bettie Lethig, Patsy Breen, Paul Robertson, Norman Hale, Gerald Tyler, Donald Betty l-lock, Rea Bright, Joyce Moore, Janet Largent, Donna Foster, Nancy Reed, Charles Smith, Finley Brown, Joyce Appleby, Mary Bryant, Marie Cehring, Jean Metcalf, Nelson Stone, Robert Madison, William Alstott, Ervin Martha Austin, Juanita Dyer, Linnie Croxall, Mary Jean Hill, Nancy Martin, Carolyn Austin, Jacqueline Rowe, Glenda bers also sang at tne State Choral Festival at lndian- ipolis. The organization presented its Christmas Concert to the students of New Albany High School at the Christmas assembly, to the Corydon High School students, and to the public in an evening concert, The choir presented the "Song of Christ- mas" for the first time-an unforgettable arrange- :ifent ot the story of the Nativity set to music. The choir presented for its May Concert the humorous "Brooklyn Baseball Cantata"-certainly a popular and timely selection for the l'95l spring concert as it marked the one hundredth anniversary of the great American game of baseball, The choir broadcasts a radio program on alternate Friday afternoons over the school station, WNAS- FM, The programs this year were produced by Harriet Scribner, under the direction of Mr, Carter, and featured choral selections and soloists. Soloists and ensembles from the choir set a record for their organization by winning forty-four first division medals, fifteen second, and one third divi- sion medal at the solo and ensemble contests held this year at Hanover College and Terre Haute, lndiana. Row 4: Wa ne Barlow, Robert Plaiss, Robert Schuley, Paul Poff Dale Haws oyce Sieveking Crystal Colin Carol Kirk Y Elizabeth Hardin, Ciloria Von Allmen. Row 3: Robert Fischer, Herman Hoffman, Marilyn Thomas, Patricia Owen Sue Haller Martha Pyle Nancy Allen Clor a Belviy Harriet Scribner. Row 2: Donald Harrington, Jack Dawson, Patricia Miller, Myra Warren Betty Cogswell Norma Kessler Jean Hall Jan Ann King. Row lt Kathryn Mclzrye, Doris McKinney, Barbara Allen, Suzanne Wolford Anna Payton Irene l-lobach Freeda Waggoner t 'xi Row Nancy Austun Mary Ann Burd Eluzabeth Shoup Bettye Brooks Patsy Breen Marcua Shepherd Janette Clayton Joyce Suevekung Nancy Reed Chrustune Terhune Row Patrucua Spencer Donna Foster Dorus McKinney Carolyn Austun Ann Wentzell Rea Brught Janet Largent Mary Ann Marguet Barbara Meyer Amelua Kume Grace Drago Barbara Colwell Row Freeda Waggoner Glenda Smuth Margaret Spencer Rhonda Lynch Martha Pyle Harruet Scrubner Jean Metcalf Mary Bryant Nancy Martun Betty Evulsuzer Row JoAnn Schell Lunnue Croxall Nancy Wulson Jacquelune Rowe Barbara Allen Joyce Appleby Jean McCord Marulyn Longest Dolores Redden they l nt harmony to our halls To become a member of Bel Canto us the am butuon of every NAHS gurl who us unterested un vocal musuc Twenty four new members were unutuated thus year Membershup us on a com petutuve basus Tryouts are held un the fall and the prospectuve members are judged by the offucers and sponsor of the club The club members carrued out a favorute tra dutuon by carolung through the halls of NAHS and the grade schools at Chrustmas They also enter tauned for hosputals and varuous servuce clubs dur ung the yuletude season The club was especually honored thus year by an unvutatuon to sung at Nuchols General Hosputal for theur observance of Unuted Natuons Day The offucers for the year were Barbara Allen presudent Freeda Waggoner vuce presudent Harruet Scrubner, secretary, Jean Metcalf treas urer, Bettye Brooks and Mary Ann Burd, pub lucuty chaurmen, Janette Clayton, sergeant at 38 arms and Janet Largent musuc lubraruan The club us under the leadershup of Robert E Carter One of Bel Canto s maun projects thus year was the presentatuon of :ts annual musuc show The show was guven for the student body Aprul I3 un an assembly and for the publuc un a presenta tuon the same evenung The club also presented the show at Jeffersonvulle Hugh School as an ex change program at Nuchols General Hosputal and at Fort Knox Wherever the show was guven ut was receuved wuth enthusuasm Thus years show featured the favorute huts from Broadway Shows by Rogers and Hammer steun The program and performers were Blue Room Janet Largent Nancy Reed June ls Bustung Out All Over Barbara Colwell Thou Swell Jean Metcalf Mary Ann Burd Patrucua Spencer Margaret Spencer Kathryn McFrye, Harruet Scrubner Bull . .. . .Freeda Waggoner, Chorus " -A - ""' ' -- p ei"T.w-, . ffift 'M , 5.3, , , T Q, , f I V Z. sy, ti ' ' 1 .A . , A' 1 'fl 1 ' K-'ry f , : L b I Y I . 4: , , . , . , , u u - u , u u - 2. , u , , , . , U i ' , . - D I ' . . . . . Q u . ' - . . . . . . . , . . . u . . . . ...... . , . ' ' u . O ..... , v . ' - . , . ' Bel Canto followed its annual custom of caroling through the halls the day before Christmas vacation. My l-leart Stood Still. . . . . .Freecla Waggoner, Jacqueline Rowe lf l Loved You .......... Glenda Smith, Chorus Slaughter On lOth Avenue. . .Freeda Waggoner, Nancy Reed Younger Than Springtime ...... Joyce Sieveking A Fellow Needs a C-irl .......... Barbara Allen Surrey With The Fringe On Top. . .Donna Foster lt's a Crand Night for Singing ......... Chorus This Can't Be Love.. .Rea Bright, Nancy Wilson, Jean McCord, Ann Wentzell Poor Johnny One Note ........ Janette Clayton, Martha Pyle, Dolores Redclen, Elizabeth Shoup Lover ,............... Carolyn Austin, Chorus l've Told Every Little Star ..... Jacqueline Rowe People Will Say We're In Love. . .Joyce Appleby You'lI Never Walk Alone ....... Bettye Brooks, Chorus Shown p'anning the activities for the year are the Bel . . . Canto officers with their sponsor, They are Bettyc A Song In My Heart ""' Marilyn Longest' Brooks, Janet Largent, Janette Clayton, Mary Ann Burd, orus Freeda Waggoner, Mr. Carter, Barbara Allen, Harriet Tl'1lS Was 8 Real Nice Clambake. . . . . .Cl'1OI'US Scribner, Kathryn McFrye, and Jean Metcalf, 39 Em batons, basses, and baritones A, Fielder Myers raises his baton to conduct the New Abany High School Concert Band. 40 The colorful New Albany High School Concert Band, under the leadership of A. Fielder Myers, is an outstanding musical organization. The personnel includes soloists and ensembles who have brought state-wide recognition to the music department by their superior ratings in the district and state music contests. During the school year the activities of the Band are many and varied. ln addition to the annual winter and spring concerts, the band has presented marching formations and special novelties for all athletic events. The organization is proud of the many alumni who are members of bands in leading universities and in the bands of the armed services. Regular broadcasts are presented twice monthly over station WNAS. Clarinets Freeda Waggoner Margaret Spencer Phillip Jones Joe Proctor William Sparks Sue Miller Marjorie Hisey Dorene Berry Lois Johnson Fred Goetsch Cary Nanz Gregory Hawkins Patrick O'Rear Richard Davidson Robert Yo't Doris Ann Hill Donna Nance Esther Hurt Oboe Martha Peck Flutes John Hoglen Nancy Barnes Jerianne Colwell Marilyn Townsend French Horns Nancy Robertson Marilyn Longest Barbara Colwell Esther Robinson Margaret Schad Marlene Longest Stella Kochert Alto Saxaphones Patricia Stinson Doris Radcliff James Nance Jeffrey Arcemont Imogene Mueller Yvonne Belcher Tenor Saxaphones Kent Koehler Yvonne Motsinger Ronald Davis Alto Clarinet Shelley Fendall Bass Clarinets Janette Clayton Jack Eastman Baritone Saxaphone Wayne Baumgartle Cornets Reid Crosb Hermaline Sweet Jo Ann Richert Kermit Morris Nancy Wilson David Campbell Andrew Wilson Jack Rowe James Wright Loeta Ogden Margaret Blomquist Trumpets Ted Craver John Largent James Hertling Richard Wilson Baritone Horns William Sutherland William Linck Martine Cord Phyllis Wright Patricia Woodruff Trombones Marion Pocker Dean Miller Treva Agan Darlene McCulloch Marjorie Steproe Donald Eadens VVilliam Wittrner James Walker Karl Utrecht Y Basses David Caylor Anna Terrell John Wells z Thomas Weddle Charles Pamplin String Bass Annette Cooper Percussion Howard Helck Carolyn Shultz Leonard Hobbs Richard Lanham James Hurt Frank Lorch Tympani Joe Kelley Twirlers Nancy Wilson Martine Cord Carolyn Motsinger Martha Peck Drum Majors Barbara Colwell Joe Kelley Hammond Organ Freeda Waggoner Radio Production Kermit Morris 4l A r ' V I ,lj 8 f V 5 X gf Q ' I XS, Q Ig r 4 f , g Y J 41 sf N Q 3, ... f f X5 up f i y 7 v 3 J , jg stag, f",SL X fn' A ,E f ' X 4 1 x fm Q i XX U3 'F of ff Q 2 . ' 1 V: ? 534 'r Zi? M2311 if ag '?w,35A 1 5 78 gg. get-H I S., 6 4' 1 E 3' f 0 7 f Qs Ns U '31 A Q - fri, ,.. Q41 r I rw! ' X 4 0. a ., Yfx KI 1 A" TSW' Row 6: Betty Higginbotham, Suzanne Tucker, Evalene Denney, Mrs. Biggerstaff. Row 5: Dorene Berry, June Lofton, Rhonda Lynch, Doris Hart, Glenda Garland, Shelley Jo Wolf. Row 4: Doris Crim, Norma Terry, Nancy Engleman, Jean Hitner, Jean Fultineer, Virginia Pleiss, Sharon Tyler, Joyce Kennedy, Joyce Cooper, Sharon Lynch, Marilyn Clark, Jack Scharrer. Row 3: Don Holz, William Hartman, George Engle. Row 2: Kenneth Stearley, James Nance. Row l: James Stamper, Anne Koch. masters of the ease The purpose of the Art Club is to bring together those students seriously interested in art and its benefits. The club members carry out this purpose by using club periods to learn and practice the finer points of art. On Halloween, a party was given as an initiation for new members. Costumes were surrealistic and made by the students. During the Christmas season, the Art Club deco- rated the halls. ln the main hall, they constructed Santa Claus's castle with a train full of toys running around it. Above the inside doors and hanging on the light fixtures, they placed paper mache elves. The art window itself was made into a replica of Santas top shop with the elves and toys animated. The club also decorated the art window for Val- entine Day. They painted a red background in the shape of a heart on the window pane and made figurines representing a sailor and his sweetheart on a park bench. Officers of the club were Anne Koch, president. and George Engle, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Vir- ginia Biggerstaff sponsors the club. i Ctcmzuyls ,fl ',fr..i?ai.. if fm-H-A-'fr A scene from the Art Club's Halloween party to which surrealistic Costumes were worn. 43 Row 6: George Sloan, Patricia Salmon, David Brinkworth, Charles Hunter, Robert Grantz, Robert Schuley, Charles Sater, Donald Kerr, Jane Brown, Linnie Croxall. Row 5' Emma Lou Riely, Donald Belcher, William Potts, Robert Tegarden, Lodema Taylor, Anna Renn, Richard Riely, Robert Temple, Morton Wolfe, Patricia Spencer, Nancy Wilson. Row 4: Phyllis McHone, Joyce Watkins, Donald McCulloch, Charles Henninger, Vililliam Maetschke, Susan Stork, Janet Kinslow, Anna Mae Peak, Cara Lynn Rhoads, Carolyn Radcliff, Marcia Hampton. Row 3' James Butner, Kent Trinkle, Bette Vance, Patricia Denny, Shirley Neeld, Helen Stone, Mary Ann Burke, Joyce ' Lamke, paras Hubiaf. Row 2: Jo Ann Fisher, Marcella Miller, Martha Trunnell, Gerry Schmidt, Jolene Webb, Shirley Blackburn, Harriet Scribner. Row l' Mary Helen Mclntosh, Alice Hartley, Vada Kenney, Beth Taylor, Rosemary Hines. curtain' going up "l speak three different languages, but that isn't to my credit. If you were raised in France, you would know them, too." It you overheard this conversation, you would think that we had a world traveler in our midst, but in reality, it is only a line from one of the new Thespian plays, The National Thespian Society was established in l929, at Fairmont State College, Fairmont, West Virginia, by a group of educators interested in the improvement of dramatic art in the sec- ondary schools. The New Albany High School 44 Thespian troupe was affiliated with the Society in i9-45, This year, the club has assisted in the produce tion ot two speech class plays, "Arsenic And Old Lace," which was given November I7 and l8, and i'Arms And The Man," given April 5 and 6. The assistance was especially valuable along the lines of publicity, ticket sales, and stage crews. Thespians do not only help other groups in producing, but produce plays of their own. A i f .4 , x THES NS me N J sample of this was 'iThe Opera Matinee," a one- act play concerning the griefs and troubles of a certain group of women at an opera matinee. This play was presented for the New Albany Classroom Teachers Association. The project, which was started last year, of establishing a permanent wardrobe was contin- ued. Members canvassed their homes and the town in an effort to enlarge the wardrobe. This project will be continued in the future. Participation in these activities gives members points. A person must have ten points to become an active member, then continue to earn ten points a semester to remain active. After a mem- ber has twenty points, he becomes a star Thes- pian. With each additional ten points, he may become a two star, three star, or honor Thespian. During the weekly meetings, time was spent in perfecting the acting abilities of the members. The lives of great actors and actresses were re- viewed, and the origin of dramatics was studied. Pantomimes were given and criticized. Field trips The cast and student director who presented the Thespian play, "The Opera Matinee." 5 .L if Thespian officers were: standing-Jane Brown, Mary Ann Burke, Jolene Webb, seatediflara Lynn Rhoads, Susan Stork, Shirley Blackburn, and Barbara Lancaster, were made to the Memorial Auditorium in Louis- ville to see Broadway plays. Officers for the first semester were James Butner, president, Bette Sue Vance, vice presi- dent, Patricia Denny, secretaryg and Shirley Blackburn, treasurer. Second semester officers were Shirley Black- burn, presidentg Sue Stork, vice president, Bar- bara Lancaster, secretaryg Cara Lynn Rhoads, treasurer, Mary Ann Burke and .lane Brown, pro- gram chairmen. Eugene K. Bristow is the club sponsor. A scene from the exciting sequence of the major production, "Arsenic and Old Lace." ,.,r,,..q,.,,.,,,,. , fx Row 2: Judith Fleischer, Miss Wilson, Evelyn Campbell, Pete Corrao, Janell King, Joyce Tabar, Treva Agan, Lois Heldman, Betty Anne Schmitt, Carol Barkes, Jeanette Little, Marilyn Townsend, Phyllis Hassett. Row lz Earlene Braden, Jacqueline Shea, Delle Whittinghill, Joan Cutkese, Yvonne Pressell, Ceorgann Rasmussen, Emilie Stein, Virginia Pleiss, Martine Cord, Virginia Lange, Barbara Mct-lone, Dora Ann Worden. grease paint, glamour, and lootlight The Junior Actors Club is devoted to the ad- vancement of dramatic art. Experience gained by membership in this club may be a stepping stone to future success in this field. One interested in dramatics can participate in the activities of this club while working to become a Thespian. l Studying their lines for the Junior Actors' presenta- tion of "Sister Sue" were: standing--Judith Fleischer, Evelyn Campbell, Jacqueline Shea, and Ray Waltrip, seatedfpsobert Flynn, Pete Corrao, and Virginia Lange. 46 Members of the club are educated not only in acting, but in all the production work behind the scenes, such as, make-up, lighting, sound effects, and staging, Experience in theatrical work was gained by the presentation of a radio play at Christ- mas and a one-act play in March. The one-act play, "Sister Sue," was given for a freshman-sophomore assembly. The cast included Judith Fleischer, Vir- ginia Lange, Jacqueline Shea, Evelyn Campbell, Pete Corrao, Ray Waltrip, Jerry Montgomery, and Patrick Burke. The club was organized in l949 by Miss Cler- trude Wilson, sponsor. Membership is open to all sophomores who are interested in the mechanisms of the theatrical world. Tuesday club meetings were spent giving panto- mimes and skits, and rehearsing for the play. The club sponsored a hayride in May for members and their guests. Officers for the year were James Corcoran, presi- dent: Pete Corrao, vice president, Judith Fleischer, secretary1Janell King, treasurer, and Martine Cord, program chairman. the caH ofthe The Freshman Dramatics Club was founded in 1948 to give freshmen students a chance to ap- pear in dramatic presentations. The primary ob- jectives of the club are to learn techniques of acting, to further the understanding of good drama, and to learn to work together effectively and harmoniously. The regular meetings are held each Tuesday during the home room period. Special emphasis is placed on pantomimic dramatization and im- provisation Actors and plots of current plays and movies are discussed and evaluated Committee discussions and group rehearsals are scheduled for after school hours At the practices the stu S tage dents learn to plan, to cooperate, and to develop individual bodily coordination. The special project for the year was a minstrel. Special conimittees helped to plan and to produce the show, The acts for the minstrel included spe- cial dances, vocal solos, jokes of the customary style, and group singing and dancing. Officers are elected in the fall to serve for the entire school year. The officers for l95O-l95l were Shirley Curts president Fred Botts vice president Kitty Lucik secretary and Martha Peck treasurer The club sponsor is James F Elrod Marilyn Lane Kitty Lucik Betty Faulkenberg Hurschel Warren Franklin Bierman James Walker Annette Cooper Jane Anne Davis Carol Gohmann Linda Endicott Martha Peck Patricia Chinn Patricia Harrison Marilyn Cahalan Aubrey Hampton Garnett Hassett Susanna Hammett Mary Saunders Patricia Casey Vera Wate James Erdman Fred Botts Martha Lemmon Joyce Sweet Esther Hurt Nancy Neely Donna Nance Row 4 Mr Elrod Pow 3 Row 2 Wilma Crowe Carolyn Motsinger Mary Best Row l Joanne Cunningham Marcella Robinson Rose Singleton Mary Sue LaDuke June Hart Joseph Hock Joe Wampler Joyce Fulkerson Shirley Curts Carol Wilson Richard Davidson Paul Rider Ronald Wilson 47 , 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 - wnas fm, nahs student statuon Raduo WNAS FM the statuon owned and op erated by and for the boys and gurls of the cuty of New Albany Thus past year twenty two hugh school senuors have enabled the natuon s furst student operated statuon to uncrease the dauly broadcast schedule to three hours These workshop students have wrutten and produced theur own shows and have helped hundreds of elementary and Junuor Hugh students to broadcast theur programs Thus year s programs were hughlughted by sev eral events ln the early fall the statuon carrued the vouces of Governor Schrucker and Assocuate Justuce Sherman Munton of the U S Supreme Court ln December the statuon sent fuve staff members to the Hotel Sherman un Chucago to broadcast before the annual meetung of the Chu cago School Broadcast Conference ln May an other workshop group presented a specual broad cast over WVSH Huntungton Publuc Schools Thus was a request broadcast before the sprung meetung of the Auduo Vusual Durectors of the State of lnduana The WNAS staff has worked hard to un'prove speech unstructuon and publuc relatuons The sportscastung staff of WNAS fol owed our NAHS Bulldogs from September to March and from Louusvulle to Lafayette always brung ung play by play accounts of theur ath'etuc con tests ln adclutuon to WNAS FM workshop programs the New Albany student statuon carrued Junuor Hu Tume a program featurung students of Junuor Hugh School The statuon also broadcast Scrubner On The Aur These programs were broadcast every two weeks Other programs carrued by WNAS FM were the Battle For Books The Spell Around and Ele mentary Round Table The Battle For Books us a publuc lubrary program usung Junuor Hugh School students These programs were lustened to by teachers and students un theur classrooms Standung Mr McKown Lewus Pry George Kraft Kermut Morrus Sharon Tyler Lee Roark Jean Mctc-ulr Jolene Webs Robert Tegarden Robert Temple Patruck Marguet Mr Oakes Seated Jane Brown Bette Sue Vance Kathryn McFrye Joyce Lamke Joyc App'eby 48 I 1 1. . . . . . . - V - - uv , ' u . - . . ' , U u - I 1 ' ' . Y - . . - - I - . - N, . u . . . . ' - u - u - , , - . , ' . u ' - u . 1 Q - ' A, . , W . , u 1 -- u , u .v u L Av ,J --, A 2- u ' ,- . - A A ' ?, A u I ' t A Q . ' s. u A ' 5 , , 5 4' f 1 D , , u. ln, 1 - - u u u u u u 4 u - u u u - - - I , , , , 9 - . 'x Row 3: James Bottorff, Robert Staser, William Goebel, Robert Shrewsbury, Wayne Baumgartle, Darvin White, James Padgett Edward Moore, Mr. Mitchell. v Row Z: Jerry Hall, Nathaniel Wainscott, Eugene Hartman, l-larty Zurschmiede, David Stevens, James Farnsley, Donald Jones Row l: lrvin Stumler, Thurman Conrad, Lenuel Sherrell, Robert Thompson, James Didelot, Clifford Little, Paul Rippy, Arthur Karnes. our agricultural ex crts The Future Farmers of America is the organi- zation for boys studying vocational agriculture in New Albany l-ligh School. These boys believe in the future of farming and strive to develop the aims and purposes of the FFA. The foundation upon which the Future Farmer organization is built includes leadership and character develop- ment, sportsmanship, cooperation, service, thrift, scholarship, improved agriculture, organized rec- reation, citizenship, and patriotism, The activities in which the local chapter en- gaged during this year were testing milk and soil for local farmers as a community service, starting a pig chain for improvement of supervised farm- ing programs and cooperative training, and the organizing of a pest eradication drive. 50 The group attended the International Dairy Ex- position in Indianapolis and was represented at the state convention by Robert Thompson and Vernon Little. The officers for the first semester were Thur- man Conrad, presidentg Lemuel Sherrill, vice presidentg Robert Thompson, secretary, Vernon Little, treasurer, and James Bottorff, reporter. The officers for the second semester were Vernon Little, presidenti Robert Thompson, vice presidentg Thurman Conrad, secretary, Joseph Stumler, treasurer, and Wayne Baumgartle, re- porter, Warren P, Mitchell served as the club sponsor for the first semester, and Paul R, Bur- brink served as the club sponsor the second semester. on the domestic Members of the Future Homemakers of Amer- ica are preparing themselves in a very worth- while field of education, which, with the correct training, may become a brilliant career. The club was formerly known as the Minerva Club, but in l949, the NAHS chapter of FHA was affiliated with the state organization of the Future Homemakers of America. The purpose of the club is to further the students' interest in home economics. The Future Homemakers is a very active club. Sixty new members were initiated this year. The members had a formal installation service for their officers at the American Legion Hall. A faculty tea was given during the Christmas season. The club completed several other projects dur- ing the school year. On March Zl, the members had their annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. Sev- eral members attended the district convention at French Lick in April. The New Albany chapter helped celebrate FHA Week by making posters and preparing an exhibit for the art window. Officers for the year were Lois Singleton, presi- dent, Josephine Lewis, vice president, Joan Wright, secretary, Emma Lou Veron, treasurer, side Joan Wright, Janice Smith, Mary Lou Kaestner, Lois Singleton, Nancy Clover, Emma Lou Veron, and Betty Leidolf served as officers of the Future Homemakers of America. Nancy Glover, historian, Mary Lou Kaestner, parliamentarian, Betty Leidolf, reporter, and Janice Smith, song leader. Mrs. Judith C-rigsby sponsors the club. Row 4: Mrs. Crigsby, Lois Singleton, Betty Fessel, Carol Kirk, Do'o'es Hardman, Emma Lou Veron. Row 3' Nancy Clover, Dolores Banet, Joan Wright, Karen Quebbeman, Janet Ramsier, Dorothy Pate, Shirley Caeke, Janice I Smith. Row 2' Mary Lou Kaestner, Betty Leidolf, Mary Ann Patton, Bertha Mayfield, Betty Prince, Ann Henn, Betty Campbell, Doris 4 McGuire, Carolyn Moss. Row l: Beatrice Banet, Delores Atkins, Virginia Risinger, Roie Morgan, Shirley Paris, Ozetta Payne, Crace Karnes, Martha Smith, Flossie Lewis, Margaret Moufder. an 4 'na . ,, -',',,,,,' ' 'wfitffa s l W, .vi cusmuq PARIUG an If 5 1 4 e it Qt Row 3: Marcella Amacher, Jeannine Schickel, Martha Ashabranner, Jo Ann Oldom, Jo Ann Condra, Carolyn Keithley, Patricia l-lartman, Thelma Day, Betty Ott. Row 2g Mr. Miltenberger, Betty Kremer, Carolleen Noe, Betty Zimmerman, Jo Ann Whitaker, Janet Cooley, Mary Margaret Bauer, Evelyn Craycrott, Joyce Ferguson, Eleanor White. Row l: Hulen Webb, Charles Bush, Richard Hamilton, John Dorn. salesmanship is Planning the Year's activities are officers ot the Senior DE Club. Standing---Joan Whitaker, Marcella Amacher, Charles Bush, Thelma Day and Carolleen Noe, seated- Janet Cooley. 52 their motto The purpose ot the Distributive Education Club is to promote ideal future retailers, foster better salesmanship qualities, and give better service to Q e p.iJiic. ihe riiemgers promote social and educational ideals, The Junior Distributive Education Club was organized in September, l948, as a sister organi- zation tothe Senior Distributive Education Club. Both senior and junior clubs are members ot the state and national Distributive Education Clubs. NAHS was honored this year in having Patty l-lartman elected president ot the State Distribu- tive Education Club, In January, thirty-tive senior DE Club mem- bers entertained their employers at their annual employer-employee banquet at the Colonial Manor, John Dorn acted as master ot ceremonies and introduced the distinguished guest, otticers, NJ ol 4 'N , -,, " Row 3: Juanita Dyer, Alma Kruer, Mary Wolfe, David Bush, George Brock, Charles Smith, Donald Kerr. Row 2: Anne Crawford, Betty Campbell, Norma Kessler, Jean Williams, Anne Sinex, Doris Brewer, Marilyn Lee, Joyce Watkins, Mr Miltenberger. Row l: Mary Jo Regot, Juanita Dohoney, Grace Karnes, Verna Stiller, Shirley Young, Lodema Taylor, Barbara Craycroft. and employers. Speakers for the evening were Joan Whitaker and Evelyn Craycroft, The em- ployers related their opinions about the New Albany distributive education program and how the progress of the club has aided them, as well as the students. During meetings, the members of both the Junior and Senior DE Clubs discussed phases of retailing. One hundred forty students were enrolled in the Senior Distributive Education Christmas training classes this year. The class was divided into two sections because of the many students enrolled in the course. One hundred twenty-six of these trainees were placed or found employ- ment in local and surrounding stores. The Junior DE Club participated in many ac- tivities during the year. The members had a hay- ride, held an initiation, and attended the state convention at Evansville. Special projects of the year were publishing a Distributive Education newspaper, visiting local businessmen, and op- erating concessions at the basketball games. The Senior Distributors were in charge of con- cessions at the football games and sold pictures of the l95O-l95l basketball team. Funds de- rived from the sales were used to help pay the expenses of five students to the national conven- tion of Distributive Education Clubs which was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April l5. The dele- gates were Patty Hartman, Jo Ann Whitaker, John Dorn, Janet Cooley, and Rozella Taylor. They were accompanied by M. S. Miltenberger. Officers of the Junior DE Club for the year were Joyce Watkin, president, Lodema Taylor, vice president, Barbara Craycroft, secretary, Charles Smith, treasurer, and George Brock, his- torian. First semester officers of the Senior Distribu- tors were Janet Cooley, president, Marcella Amacher, vice president, Carolleen Noe, secre- tary, and Thelma Day, treasurer. Second semester officers were John Dorn, president: Jo Ann Whitaker, vice president, Betty Kremer, secretary, and Joyce Ferguson, treasurer. 53 1 Row 3: Fay Jacobi, May Jacobi, Joyce Flynn, Juanita Taylor, Vivian Taylor, Coleen Burden, Martha Broeker, Doris Hublar Dorothy MacLeod, Joyce Stemle, Fred l-lurrle, William Weisbach, Fred Hatfield, Charles White, Wilma Kimes, Joann Reidinger. Row Z: Mariam Jenkins, Sue Tretter, Sam Shine, Emma Anderson, Helen DeVore, Patricia Pate. Row l: Russell Scott, Nelson Stone, June Atkins, Guy Priestley, Richard lVlcClaren. business leaders of th future The Future Business Leaders of America is a club organized to help students prepare for en- trance into the business world. This goal is at- tained by showing the many opportunities and various fields open to them in the business world. ln fulfilling the club's purpose, its members, sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Wampler, carry on panel discussions during club periods on subjects that will help prepare them for employment. These discussions center around what business These students participated in a panel discussion on the topic "What an Employer Expects of Me as an Employee." wants in skills and abilities, how to get inter- views, the importance of a good personal appear- ance, and how to hold a position after one has been secured. While learning more about the present day business world, members of the club may earn any one of three major degrees: the leader, the supervisor, and the helper. To earn the leader degree, which is the highest, the person must be considered an outstanding commercial student. These students are discussing various types of application blanks used by leading firms in Louisville and the surrounds ing area. rvnnumm Those who participated in the FBLA initiation service were Miss Kathryn Ellis, Dorothy MacLeod, Michael Hoff- man, Fay Jacobi, Joyce Flynn, Herman Hartman, and Doris Hublar. The local chapter of the Future Business Lead- ers of America was organized during the second semester of the l948-l949 school year. lt be- came a member of the national organization in March, l949. Included in the activities of the year were the formal initiation held at the Colonial Manor, trips to different business establishments, and the annual state convention. The officers for the year were Joyce Flynn, presidentg Fay Jacobi, vice president, Doris Hub- lar, secretaryg and Dorothy MacLeod, treasurer. CREED l believe that free education is the right of every young person in America. l believe that the future of America depends upon mutual understanding and cooperation of business, industry, labor, the home, the church, the school, and by the peoples of our own and other lands. l agree to do my utmost to bring FBLA members are leaving for a field trip to the IBM offices in Louisville. about better understanding and cooperation on the part of all these groups. l believe every young person should prepare himself for a useful occupation, and that he should carry on that occupation in a manner that will bring the greatest good to the greatest num- ber. l believe every young person should be actively interested in better social, political, community, and family life. I believe every young person has a right to earn his living at a useful occupation and that this right should not be denied him because of race, color, or creed. l believe every young person should take re- sponsibility for carrying out assigned tasks in a manner that will reflect credit to himself, his associates, his school, and his community. I believe in my own ability to work efficiently and to think clearly, and l pledge myself to use these abilities to make America a better place for everyone. 55 Row 3: Annette Cooper, Bette Cuzzort, Jacquelyn Dyer, John Coulding, Richard Wilson, Patricia Casey, Nina Shrader Sharon Stubblefield, Nancy Arganbright, Nancy Kemp, Janet Kraus, Norma Peterson, Wilma Crowe, Jane Ann Davis. Row 2: Peggy Dupaquier, Judith Horlander, Glenda Jacobi, Esther Robinson, Stella Kochert, Esther Hurt, Elizabeth Hubbard Margaret Marguet, Doris Humphrey, Carolyn Shultz, Mary Ann Foster, Phyllis Hassett. Row l: Luella Deal, Mary Ann Best, Ruth Best, Inez Hottell, Earl Wenzler, Margaret Rowe. Caesar, Cicero, and virgi JCL members are shown participating in a Roman Banquet, one of the club's annual projects. 56 The purpose of the Junior Classical League, spon- sored by Mrs, Evelyn Simms, is to create interest and appreciation of the classics in high school stu- dents. The club was originally named Sodalitas Latina, but in l939, the organization was affiliated with the Junior Classical League, which is a national organization. The Junior Classical League holds a Roman Ban- quet as an annual project. Club members must come dressed in Roman costume. Food similar to that of the Romans is eaten and it is served by slaves, following the custom of ancient Roman banquets. The club participated in many activities during the year. An initiation for new members was held, during which the Roman costume was again as- sumed. The club members made posters and dis- plays to advertise Latin Week. The club sponsored a Christmas party and a picnic. Officers for the year l95O-5l were Carolyn Shultz and Richard Wilson, Consulsq Doris Hum- phrey, Quaestorg and Inez l-lottell, Scriptor, 2 cercle francais Le Cercle Francans was reorgannzed under the sponsorshlp of Mrs Irma Prltz ln September, l949 after havlng been dlscontunued for a num ber of years The purpose of the French Club IS to develop lnterest In the culture of France and a love for the Fr nch language The oblectlves of the club re to enjoy the festlvals folk songs and dances o the French and to study France and the people of that country French festuvals are celebrated In Le Cercle Francals just as they are In France A part of the club s actlvltles us to serve refreshments and dance the proper folk dances of dnfferent natlonal celebrations Celebratnon of the Day of Knngs or Mardl gras was the outstandlng festival observed by the club thus year Members assembled French costumes an a manner slmular to that of the French Another special project of the year was a pub llc performance by the language department whlch was glven nn Aprll One of the many lnterestlng actlvntues of Le Cercle Francals was attendnng French movies which were shown at a theatre IN Loulsvnlle lnltlatuon was held on November 2 and dur :ng the school day the neophytes were required to wear French costumes and were not allowed to speak a word of Engllsh Offncers of the club were M Donald Dodge Le Presldent Mlle Llnda Reeves La Vlce pres: dente Mlle Patsye Craybrook La Secretalre and Mlle Patricia Davus La Tresolere Q5 F1 4' -4 "li af 4 ff' L 3 ! 2' v,,v" Row 2 Darlls Lofton Doris Radcluff Jenalee Jullot Patsye Craybrook Allce Parsons Linda Reeves Patrncla Davls Row l Donald Dodge Jean McCord Mary Jane Atklns Wnlluam Edwards Ronald Klassen Fred Botts Jack Edwards 57 y O . . ... . , A . . , C I I . - - - L . l 1 . , - . . . . . - - . ' I y - , , , - v 1 . , . L: r JU, 4+ fs "gf-1 ' 3' N' - .A M ' ,J-."' "' ' '- ' .A-gf?-i f 1 , f - ,ar ff ' ,, ,,,,, -, 'S sf. vu P ' O . , - I - , " f . k ,,. , V ,, L , ,. vb . 'E ' -' ,'1mt . . g , g I 4 fl .' '-, vu., , A . -' Q Q4 l :V . . '.fJ,f.,-, ,. , 1. -, -, H 1 ' 3.1 'rl 'J ... -, . '- V - - .- -f-. 'fav f.-, -v-1' v . .H I - a uf ,- v .- r ., I . . . .Aa yy V, .ry 'ji wg, IA. .A f l , " ol' " . ' ,. A I f'. , 1 f", 4 1 Y v 1 1 v V ' 3 l , l l , 1 - einsteins of nahs To provide an opportunity for student develop- ment in science outside the textbook and to ac- quaint high school students with the actual con- ditions of industry and the science profession are the purposes of the New Albany High School Science Club. The Science Club, reorganized in l948 in the science department by Lawrence S. Rose, is affili- ated with the Science Clubs of America, a na- tional organization. Mr. Rose now sponsors the club. Any high school student who has had at least one semester of science and has maintained a B average in that subject is eligible for member- ship. Members of the club take trips to industries, give reports, present projects, and conduct dis- cussions, thus developing opportunities not offered in regular textbook science courses. Each member is expected to maintain a progressive in- terest in science throughout the year. The club meetings are conducted by rotating chairmen. Each week, the member responsible for the program acts as the chairman. The sci- ence Club holds two meetings each week, one on Tuesday and one on Thursday. Last fall, as a special field trip, the club st- tended the Junior Academy of Science at Han- over College. Fifteen students participated in this project, accompanied by Mr. Rose, James B. Hawkins, and Delbert A. Brown. Each year, members try for the many scholar- ships and cash prizes offered in the field of science. Officers for the year were Finley Brown, treas- urer, and Albert Prince, secretary. Row 2: Orrill Martin, John Hoglen, Mary Ann Burd, Nancy Lanham, Bettye Brooks, Mary Plue, Darrell Martin, Robert Temple, Morton Wolfe, Donald Pace, Mr, Rose. Row l: William Lohmeyer, James Smith, Albert Prince, Kermit Morris, William Stromire, Earl Adams, Finley Brown, James McDonald, Gregory Hawkins. 58 Row 3: William Allee, Cary Nanz, Leila Sherman, Shirlee Loughmiller, Earl Fansler, William VanCader, Earl Wenzler, Harry Harmon. Row 2: Joyce Robertson, Betty Schmitt, Mary Katherine Schickel, Patricia Payne, Marilyn Lee, LaVerne Arcemont, Kenneth Walts, Delbert Smith, Robert Tenney, Mr. Brown. Row l: Ralph Harvey, Kent Koehler, Ronald Beard, James Purcell, Charles Baer, Ervin Martin, Marshall LaDuke, William Edwards. from pose to picture The Photography Club was organized during the school year i944-l945 and was active until I946 when it was discontinued. ln l9-48 the club was re- organized under the sponsorship of Delbert A. Brown. Membership is limited to thirty-five members, and in the past two years fewer than half of those select- ing the club could be accepted because of limited time and facilities. The purpose of the club is to develop the photo- graphic technique of its members and to increase their knowledge of photography, The club also fosters the development of the worth-while hobby of picture taking. During an active year the club took part in such projects as learning to take outdoor and indoor pic- tures, developing negatives, making contact prints. and enlarging and improving composition prints, The members also studied the use of filters. One of the major proiects for the second semester was a photography contest within the club. Earl Fansler was first place vvinnerg William Edwards, sec- ondg Patricia Payne, third, and Mary Schickel, fourth. Another project was taking pictures of school activi- ties, selling the pictures, and using the profits to buy a new dryer. Ronald Beard served as president, assisted by Ralph Harvey, vice president: Shirlee Loughmiller, secretaryg and Joyce Robertson, treasurer. , . - . .i-4 an This human interest picture, taken by Earl Fans- ler, took first place in the Photography Club con- test. 59 rnto the wrld blue yonder New horrzons are open to all sky mrnded per sons To rncrease therr knowledge of avratron members of the Aeronautics Club meet once a week on Thursday to drscuss drfferent develop ments rn the freld of avratlon Some actrvrty IS planned for each meetrng Besrdes makrng talks on aerral safety and recent happenrngs rn the freld of aeronautrcs students take great Interest rn specral protects related to avratron Varrous members have reported on subjects and have brought rn prctures and clrpprngs pertarnrng to all phases of avratron durrng programs throughout the past year Many experiments and opportunities have been offered to the Aeronautrcs Club One of these was the rnspectrng of scale model engrnes as well as assemblrng and studyrng actual a rp ane motors The members also burlt detailed sca'c model arrplanes and put them rnto actual flrght They had the opportunrty to e 'mn s model jet engrne The purpose of the Aeronautrcs Club rs to study and understand the elementary prrncrples of aeronautrcs Frlms on avratron and related toprcs are means by whrch the club carr os out thrs purpose Officers of the Aeronautlcs Club for the past year were Rnchard lVlcClaren presrdent Otto Smrth vrce presrdent Carolyn Mrlls secretary John Wedge treasurer and Shrrley Ellrott sergeant at arms Mr Max Wresman rs the club sponsor F at Row 3 Arthur Smlth Otto Smrth Wrllram Nale Anthony Baumann Donald Bunch James Smkhorn Eugene Bacon Clarence Banet Rrcha rd lVlcClaren Row 2 Theodore Lee Hugh Wrlson Robert Summers Carl James Davld Campbell John Wells Charles Johnson Jack Oard Row l June Hart Janet Elmore Ceorgann Rasmussen Carolyn Mnlls Nancy Shacklett Judrth Flenscher Emrlre Stern Shrrley Enron 60 I I . . , . . ., . , . I I I 1 ' L x1 I r- I ' ACA C Cl -alc . . . J . . , . 1 . I ' ! D 0 i A A 5 . ' ' .. Y , 3,52 K ' l . 1 - f l Q C N - ' I ' 2 . I A 'E ' , '4 . C 1 -- , fe A K ' A r , 'Q E f l J T J A , , . l rf --it ,. , ..,,..s ff-.-N I 1 :L --K 1 ' , , 5 , , , I , J I h r l A V , V Row 3 M Francrs Gregory Hawkrns Samuel Smtth James Huffman Thomas Weddle Roger Dannenfelser Charles Burch Dou a And rson Artnur McKum Keeth Fischer Mr Wrnght Pow 2 Margaret Rowe Dorls Pearl Davrd Bunford Cary Bocard Carolyn White Audrey Smelser Kenneth Brlles John Riley Nancy Barnes Martha Riley Row l Franklen Helton Kenneth Walts Kenneth Schad Charles Huffman Elvln Renn James Dyer Donald Beyl Walter Lang clear the range The Rifle Club sponsored bv Harley Francis has as Its objectives marksmanshrp safety sportsmanship conservation and pre rnductlon tralnlng Any student of New Albany Hugh School may become a member but only with hrs parents p rm ss on A member need not own a rlfle and to not have to have any previous shooting ex pertence Dues for the flrst year are S5 OO and each following year a S53 OO renewal fee ns paud The club which IS affrllated wnth the Natnonal Rntle Association has sux weeks basic rutle In truct on one nught per week The club members 'toot for NRA qualnflcatnon awards and the Du re tor of Clvlluan Marksmanshup qualnfncatuon The NAHS Rlfle Club has constructed one of tue best lndoor ranges nn the vlcnnuty and slnco l949 has been asked to sponsor the sectnona tournaments In the Natnonal Champuonshup Matches The NAI-lS teams have won every sec tional held here and the teams have ranked hugh ln natuonal matches Officers for the year were James Dyer pres: dent Robert Combs vlce presudent Arthur Mc Krm executuve offncer and rlfle team captarn and Dons Pearl secretary Rlfle Club offucers and their ponsor are plctured on the rufle range They are Mr Francrs Doris Pearl Arthur McKum James Dyer and Mr Wrlght 6l . . , I 'J' . 4 on ' o 00 r , -eg' I . - - , Lt!- ' 3 r'- . ' . Y , . , 1 ,F , . . . . gs e , , , . . N 3 . V , . l r l v , . I . . - . , - . I O V y - P 1 I l y - , . ' . Q . , . . . . - A T e Ei . , , . . C 31 - ' 'T fr: I . . ' v , - cs . . - l , A U 3. -. CI .. . .- u. P I' . .. . ly- A C h ,.' 5, in, ' ," I, -w . . . 0 I ' ' ' ' Q . , Q ' I 0- r o,'o 9: . . . . Q . 4 - l l ' 1 1 - Q girls, games, an Girls, sports, and sportsmanship-where else could one find such a combination except in the Girls Athletic Association. Under the sponsorship and guidance of Miss Virginia Young, the girls participate in a bal- anced program of sports activities. Indoor sports such as ping pong, basketball, and tumbling are their favorites during the winter months. In the spring and fall seasons, they engage in softball, volleyball, track, and other types of outdoor sports. This energetic club, which is a member of the Indiana League of High School Girls Athletic As- sociations, has several projects each year in addi- tion to its numerous activities. Its main purpose is to increase girls' interest in athletics and to set higher standards of sportsmanship and whole- some Iiving among fellow students. Many important activities were included on cl sportsmanship the club's agenda this year. On October Zl, the members attended the Girls Athletic Association playday which was held at Scottsburg, Indiana for the southeastern district. On November I7, they tumbled in the P.-TA. Variety Show given at the West Spring Street School. From May ll to I3. members attended the state G. A. A. Gamp at the Columbus Youth Gamp, Golumbus, Indiana. An informal initiation was one of the main treats of the year. Individual awards were pre- sented at the annual banquet held in the spring. To receive these awards, a girl must have earned a specified amount of points through her par- ticipation in various sports and achievement tests. The officers for the year included Helen De- Vore, president, Joan Grim, vice president, Doris Grim, secretary-treasurer, and Joyce Bailey, sports head. Gounterclockvvise: Patricia Spencer, Joyce Bailey, Joan Brooks, Marilyn Lane, Marlene Peay, Nadine Rupp, Patricia Aemmer, Helen DeVore, Dorothy DeVore, Doris Grim, Shirley Humphrey, Irma Kessler, Nancy Parks, Sharon Lynch, Dorothy Wesbeclcer, Barbara Aemmer, Miss Young. Row 3 Stanley Wagner Fred Haffreld Eugene Crone Charles Whlte C-uy Jenknns Thomas Weddle Charles Roberson Donald Schad Row Z Patrlck Marguet Frank Marguet George DeArk John Rnley Ray Waltrip Orrlll Martin Patrick O Rear Tom Steproe Norman Hale Pow l Stanley Aebersold mu The Bowlung League was organrzed rn l946 by Floyd Henry who now sponsors the organlza tlon The members of the League bowl at the Pearl and Oak Bowling Alleys The purpose of the League rs to provrde healthful and benefuclal exercrse for New Albany Hugh School students The League rs dlvlded unto teams Each team consists of fave students and ns backed by a bus: nessman who sponsors the team and purchase bowllng shnrts for hrs team The team captains were Charles White Norman Hale Stanley Aebersold and Thomas Weddle The League officers for the year l95O Sl were Charles Whnte presldent Fred Haffueld vnce president Norman Hale secretary and Patrnck lvlarguet treasurer Although the teams dud not bowl an the l95O l95l natnonal tournaments the league members participated IIT local tournaments These tourna ments were cllmaxed nn Aprnl by the bowling ban quet to whlch all members of the League were nnvrted Awards medals and trophies were pre sented at this annual affalr iN l95O Sl oftucers of the Bowlrng League were stand :ng Norman Hale Patrlck Marguet and Fred Hatfield seated Charles Whste 63 I , l . , . r , - . . l . . , , , x f . S 2 t p I y v - - 1 n ' . A 4-'N - '- Q . 1 - S I C n , v J L X 1, . . . . , J Q ' xxx . , g , x I Y " W -x y - . X , 4 ' - s I .,1' 'T . . . . 'S ff I a"" l l . . FX . A . . X . . . V . Y I .1 , ' 4 'z .ll ., ' I w ' - gp A . If - ' ' - V. : , fly ' 'C s, v J x , 'I . g 'V ' . ,Y i v L up Row l2: Eleanor White, Martha Broeker, Marcella Amacher, Carolyn Gerdon. Row ll: Dorthy Duvall, Doris Ferguson, Alberta Rigsby, Betty Baldwin, Patricia Spencer, Emma Lou Veron, Barbara Allen, Janet Kinslow, Grace Drago, Zelma Ammons, Cayla Austin. Row lO Jo Ann Ruff, Shirley Jackson, Jenny McKnight, Roberta Byrd, Norma Osborne, Dolores Shertick, Jo Ann Williams, Anna Mae Peak, Betty Binder, Dolores Jacobi, Mary Jolissaint. Row 9: Mariam Jenkins, Doris Hublar, Jean Fertig, Delores Atkins, Mary Ann Marguet, Patricia Carper, Ann Biggs, Theresa Jolissaint, Virginia Ward, Lola Bays, Betty Bridges. Row 8: Nancy Clover, Nancy Allen, Beatrice Banet, Dolores Banet, Dolores Hardman, Joyce Stemle, Dorothy MacLeod, Nancy Lanham, Ann Wunderlich, Nancy Reed, Patricia Pate. Row 7: Shirley Ciaeke, Lois Elliott, Patricia Collins, Roscmary Hines, Jacqueline Moore, Phyllis McHonc, Anna Renn, Cteraldine Collins, Retta Landreth, Josephine Lewis, Joan Wright. Row 6: Virginia Jones, Virginia Boardman, Helen DeVore, Joyce Bailey, Donna Lee, Juanita Beanblossom, Patiy Schmitzcr, Jane Ricke, Carolyn Maraman, Ruth Thomas, Ruth Schad, Row S. Janet Dieckmann, Carolyn Radcliff, Marcia Hampton, Gerry Schm.dt, Marcella Murphy, Delores Eennett, Coleen Burden, Alice Hartley, Jo Ann Smith, Janet Sandbach, Jolene Daily. Row 4: Faye Payton, Esther Stephens, Shirley Blackburn, Marilyn Ecnrfett, Audrey Pearson, Charlotte Shields, Nadine Ogden, Leola Moore, Patricia Hartman, Rosemary Barr, Bette Vance. Row 3: Betty Kremer, Thelma Jacobi, Velma Jacobi, Wilma Kimes, J:ann Reidinger, June Atkins, Joyce Flynn, Joyce Ferguson, Jo Ann Fisher, Mary Bauer, Joan Whitaker, Row 2: Mariianc Caskill, Louise Coulding, Dorothy Pate, Delores l-lifey, Marilyn Spcrzei, Sue l-taller, Carolyn Deuchars, Linnie Croxall, Shirley Neeld, Patricia Denny, Virginia Nale. Row l Janet Cooley, Martha Truwnell, Jane Brown, Wanda Kchoe, Karen Queblneman, Barbara Meyer, Carol Schaefer, Cara Lynn Rhoatls, Barbara Lancaster, Sue Stork, Helen Stone. coaclwl team. Who can yell the loudest and longest of any- one in school? Why, Senior Boosters of course. This club, sponsored by Miss Alma Fisher and Stanley Sajko, is always ready to support not only the athletic department but any other organiza- tion in an effort to increase school loyalty, The most important function of the Boosters is to promote good sportsmanship at all times. They have always done this job well and have left a good impression of NAHS with visiting schools 64 and teams. The famous human formed by the Boosters at every home game, followed the canines all the way to the semi-finals at Blooms ington, where their voices rose above all others to yell "V-l-C-T-O-R-Y". The officers for this year were Carol Schaefer, president, Mary Margaret Bauer, vice president' Joyce Flynn, recording secretary: Patricia Pate attendance secretary, and Patsy Schmitzer, treas- urer. Row ll: Doris Banet, Patricia Sands, Pauline Hollis, Patricia Witt, Mary O'Dell. Row IO: Luella Deal, Dorothy Creamer, Rosella Andres, Sharon Koehler, Marguerite Lenz, Joyce Kimes, lda Craig, Martha Karnes, Carol Kamer, Row 9: Sheila Sheets, Shirley Elliott, Rita Becht, Betty Greenwood, Shelley Wolf, June Lofton, Carolyn Maraman, Shirley Bedan, Anne Fulker- son, Doris Bomersbach, Jacquelyn Dyer. Row B: Nancy Shallers, Shirley Lewis, Rosaline Fulks, Betty Garland, Donna Spencer, Mary Sinex, Mardell Williams, Madeline Smith, Deloris Preddy, Bernice Jacobi, Eilleen Welch. Row 7: Shirley Goodale, Barbara Vent, Jan lvlain, Mary Ann Foster, Connie Manus, Marilyn Clark, Joan Atkins, Carolyn DuVall, Joyce Mittag, Mary Hinton, Joann Besinger. Row 6: Patricia Owen, Jean Williams, Ann Main, Marilyn Rice, Joyce Weisbach, Doris Brandt, Shirley Hoover, Virginia Wennlng, Marilyn Townsend, Jean Hitner, Carolyn Hines. Row 5: Patricia Miller, Anne Sinex, Audrey Agan, Margaret Strornire, Betty Hock, Martha Richardson, Jacquelyn Schutte, Ann Granger, Eliza- beth Hardan, Helen Duggins, Mary Jane Clements. Row 4: Nancy Parks, Peggy Ellis, Esther Robinson, Bonnie Wilson, Yvonne Belcher, Marie Schlenk, Suzanne Wolford, Edna Adams, Jo Ann Hanna, Callie Walters, Ruth Best. Row 3: Anita Smith, Dolores Casey, Shirley Baumann, Jean Fultineer, Suzanne Riley, Linda Reeves, Linda Bowen, Judith Bocard, Maridth Neal, Bonnie Stephens, Margaret Marguet. Row 2 Janet B rle Carol Mathes Carol Furlon , Nancy Shacklett, Donna Clark, Janice Fenger, Jane Stewart, Lavetta Wirnp, Kay Yingling, I Y Y- , S Patricia Voignier, Doris Radcliff. Row l: Joan Riddle. Cloria Belviy, Patricia Woodruff, Phyllis Wright, Sandra Brown, Zoerado Bacot, Mary Engleman, Agnes Ball, Jessie Wilson, Mary Ollis, Elizabeth Shoup. pepl steam. The Junior Boosters Club was organized in i948 for the purpose of lending support to all school functions and to promote better sports- manship at athletic contests. The membership of the club consists of freshman and sophomore girls. Junior Boosters selected their own cheer- leaders and worked out special yells for the Pup team at basketball games. The Junior cheer- leaders were Yvonne Belcher, Patricia Woodruff, and Jo Ann Atkins. This year the club has been especially active. They sponsored the first basketball pep session and had William Diedrich, sportscaster, as their guest speaker. During this pep session the club introduced a new pep song. Junior Boosters helped form the Booster "N" at basketball games. The members also sold con- cessions at the games. The club sponsored an annual picnic at Spring Mill State Park, Mitchell. Indiana. Officers of the club were Shelley Jo Wolf, president, Patricia Voignier, vice president, San- dra Brown, secretary, and Patricia Sands, treas- urer. 65 -24: fgm 5, rug.-mf 6thI2tICS I hol that lne The varsuty football squad had an average rec ord of three wlns flve losses and one tue but most of the games were closer than the scores unducate ln the fnrst game of the season the cannnes led Washington of lnduanapolls through out three and a half quarters but had a lax mln ute rn the fourth quarter and went down to a 7 to 6 defeat The canlnes then found the wnn column wlth a 7 to O wan over the Bloomington Panthers The canrnes only score was a 65 yard yaunt by sp ed ster Duck Rlely The Valley Vukungs of Valley Kentucky one of the best teams nn the history of the school held the Bulldogs to a 7 to 7 tue The Bulldogs then pulled the upset of the season with a l3 to 6 victory over the Rentz Memorial Tigers of Evansville At one time dur :ng the game the canmes led l3 to O The next week the Bulldogs started out fast 68 Head football coach Alex Thom exp ams a new offense to hrs three a sustants Stanley Sajko Robert Oenbrlnk and Warren Hoover Coach Thom and Mr Oenbrunk were an charge of the varsutv squad whale Mr Sajko and Mr Hoover worked wnth the gumor varsnty and jumped unto a 7 to O lead over Male of Louus vnlle the No 2 team ln the state of Kentucky The stubborn Bulldogs finally went down ln de fe t 32 to 7 Duck Rnely cored the Bulldog only touchdown held St Xavier Kentuckys No 3 team to a 7 to 7 tue at the half but again went down un de feat 27 to 7 The canlnes then traveled to Vuncennes to en gage the Vnncennes Allces with a chance to tue for the SIAC crown The Bulldogs blew their chance and went down to a 25 to O defeat The closest the Bulldogs came to scormg was the 20 yard lune late In the fourth quarter The Bulldogs then came home to entertam the Boonville Pnoneers The Ploneers started out fast and led 6 to O at the half but the Bulldogs reversed form and came out strong nn the second half for a I6 to 6 vlctory The Bulldogs ended their season wuth another l Cl I I . . i 1 ' ' The Bulldogs, always a good first half team, chance to tie for the SlAC championship. They literally threw the game away to Evansville Reitz on a snowy, rainy, cold day. The Bulldogs tumbled tive times and Reitz scored on three ot these fumbles. The final score was Reitz 2l, New Albany O. At the end ot each football season, co-captains for the following year are elected by the team. The co-captains tor the l95O-l95l season were Dick Riely and Bob Smither. The co-captains for next year are Gerald l-luth and Ed Watt. The Bulldogs lost several ot their most depend- able lettermen through graduation. The graduat- ing lettermen were Carl Anderson, Jim Homrig- hausen, Jerry l-lomrighausen, Don Evans, Paul Losch, Buddy Webb, Rex Sheets, Chas Hunter, Duke l-larter, Bob Smither, Jim Terry, Dick Riely, and Lee Henry. Despite their heavy losses through graduation, the canines have a number ot competent letter- men returning next year, who will again be coached by Alex Thorn. The boys who will torm the backbone of the l95l -i 952 Bulldog team are Chet Smither, Jim Yeager, Ed Watt, Bob Plaiss, Ed Douglas, Joe Donan, Pat Burke, Keith Good- win, Stan Denny, Don Everdon, Bill Denny, Bill Maetschke, Paul Carpenter, John Bryant, Terry Thom, Lee Mook, Jerry Thomas, Paul Smith, George l-luth, Robert Stover, and Gerald Huth. A. 6 ..... Indianapolis Washington ...... 7 A. 7 ..... Bloomington ......... . . . O A. 7 ..... Valley, Kentucky. . . . .. . 7 A. l3 ..... Evansville Reitz Memorial ..... 6 A. 7 ..... Male ...32 A. 7 ..... St. Xavier . . . . .27 A. O ..... Vincennes . . .. .25 A. l6 ..... Boonville ...... 6 A. O ..... Evansville Reitz ... . . .2l Charles Hunter Roy Harter Chester Smlther James Yeager Edwm Watt Robert Plalss Ed Douglas Joe Donan Patrlck Burke James Terry Co captain Co captaln Kenth Coodwm Lee Henry Stanley Denny Donald Everdon Wullnam Denny QB QB QB QB HB HB HB HB Richard Riely - Robert Smither HB FB - . HB HB - . C C C FB FB Carl Anderson James Homrlghausen Jerry Homrlghausen Wllllam Maetschke Paul Carpenter John Bryant Terry Thom Donald Evans Paul Losch Lee Mook Jerry Thomas Paul Smrth George Huth Edward Webb Robert Stover Rex Sheets Gerald Huth E El E. 'I E T T T T C T T G- C G G G G Q 4 Q ,, kg, A 'W J' A R, fy S+ ff' 25, 8 . 1 N 8 N ,,, .,.,e.. A" -ml 'ff Q 9 Row 3' John C-oulding, Robert Welch, Jack Blunk, Adam Zurschmiede, David Brigham, Ned Kerr, James Yaeger, Ralph Webb, Roy Strickland, Roger Dannenfelser, William VanCader, Coach Sajko, Coach Hoover. Row 2: Nat Wainscott, Jerry Thomas, Robert Plaiss, Pete Corrao, Stanley Denny, George Huth, Patrick Parker, Frank Marguet, Ronald White, Robert Mason, LeRoy Lehman. Row l: Robert Madison, Harvey Spitznagel, Joe Hock, Thomas Bacot, Ernest Crady, Houston Crosby, Barney Pierce, Larry Darneal, William Jackson, Cary Allen, William Jaeg we want a touchdown The junior varsity football squad had a very suc- cessful season, winning four games and losing one. Their only loss was to a very powerful St. Xavier team, 6 to O. The Jayvees opened their season by defeating the Male Jayvees, 6 to O. The New Albany touch- down was scored on an SO yard run by Bill Jackson, They won their next game by defeating the Ken- tucky Military lnstitute, l6 to l2. Jim Yaeger scored both New Albany touchdowns and the Jay- vees also scored a safety. The Jayvees then won their third straight game by defeating Valley, l4 to O, They suffered their first and only defeat at the hands of St. Xavier, 6 to O. The Jayvees then closed their season with an impressive l3 to O victory over the powerful Manual of Louisville team. N gZlS! g is it S X Junior varsity football coaches, Mr. Hoover and Mr. Sajko. talk over the 1950 season with Stanley Denny, team captain. 73 fight harol, you The New Albany Bulldogs, under the coach- ing reins of Cordon Raney, had a very impressive season in I95O-5l, winning seventeen games and losing only three. Included in these wins was an eight and one record against conference foes, which was enough victories to bring the SIAC championship to the Bulldogs. Their only con- ference loss was to Reitz Memorial of Evansville, the score being 62 to 60, in a very thrilling game. The other losses were to Gary Froebel, the state's No. I team, 4I to 35, and to Howe of Indianapo- lis, 4l to 38, in an upset game. The Bulldogs started the season with a 58 to 34 victory over Corydon. Central of Evansville, the Bulldogs' first conference foe, came to town "The team is in the huddle, The coach has lowered his head, They all got together, And this is what they said, 'Let's go, big team, Iet's gol' " 74 bulldogs avi! ' Coach Gordon Raney and Captain Paul Poff. "We've got the coach, we've got the team, We've got the pep, we've got the steam." and was defeated by the canines, 59 to 46. The Bulldogs then traveled to Bedford and after hav- ing a very substantial lead at the half, managed to hang on through the fourth period to win, 55 to 53. The canines won their next five games, de- feating Anderson, 65 to 573 Seymour, 76 to 493 Bloomington, 52 to 373 Vincennes, 45 to 283 and winning their first game in the Invitational Tournament at Lafayette by defeating Elkhart, 56 to 44, before losing to Cary Froebel, 4l to 35. The next week, the Bulldogs bounced back from their holiday defeat to take the measure of Silver Creek, 6I to 38. Next, the canines de- feated Bosse of Evansville, 36 to 24, in a very slow game that showed both teams playing a possession game. The next game, the Bulldogs played Washington and really buried the Hatchets. The final score was New Albany 67, Washington 30. r'1"t'rr'r'i'i'i' 1--1.-. 'L"'T Row 21 Student manager Frank Lorch, Tom Benbrook, William lvlaetschke, James McLaughlin, Coach Raney, Ed Clover, Donald Belcher, Frank Stemle. Row l: Tom lvlcKim, Lee Henry, Donald Miller, Paul Poff, William White, Robert Ledford. The canines then tasted defeat again, this time at the hands of the Reitz Memorial Tigers of Evansville, 62 to 60. The canines again bounced back, this time defeating Broad Ripple of ln- dianapolis, 62 to 44, and Madison, defending state champions, 5l to 45. The Bulldogs were defeated for the last time during the regular season by Howe of Indianapolis, 4l to 38. The Bulldogs then traveled to Jasper and de- feated the Wildcats, 55 to 5l. The next week, the Bulldogs missed tying the regular season scor- ing record by one point as they defeated Reitz of Evansville, 77 to 60. The next night, they beat the scoring record, defeating Gerstmeyer of Terre Haute, 79 to 40. The canines ended their season with an easy victory over Columbus, 65 to 4l. The Bulldogs' offensive average for the season was 57.2 points per game, while they held their opponents to 43.l points per game. 75 The Bulldogs were very jubilant over their tournament victories - defeating their old rival, Jeffersonville, in the sectional, and Bedford in the regional. ln the l95l ll-lSAA basketball tournament, the New Albany Bulldogs made their way, for the second successive year, to the semi-finals at the Bloomington Fieldhouse. ln the sectional tourney, the Bulldogs started out with an easy 7l to 35 win over the Lanesville Eagles, and a very impressive 82 to 35 victory over Corydon. The Bulldogs then took the New Middletown Pirates, 53 to 34. ln the final game, 76 N. A. .... 58 cofydon ......... . . .34 N. A. .... 59 Evansville Central . . . . . .46 N. A. .... 55 Bedford ......... . . .53 N. A. .... 65 Anderson . . . . .57 N. A. .... 76 Seymour .... . . .49 N. A. .... 52 Bloomington . . . . .37 N. A. .... 45 Vincennes . . . . . .28 N. A. .... 56 Elkhart ...... . . .44 N. A. .... 35 Gary Froebel. .. ...4l N. A. .... 6l Silver Creek .. . . . .38 N. A. .... 36 Evansville Bosse . .. . . . . .24 N. A. .... 67 Washington .............. 30 N. A. .... 60 Evansville Reitz Memorial .... 62 N. A. .... 62 Indianapolis Broad Ripple .... 44 N. A. .... 5l Madison ................ 45 N. A. .... 38 Indianapolis Howe .. . ...4l N. A. .... 55 Jasper ............. ...5l N. A. .... 77 Evansville Reitz ........... 60 N. A. .... 79 Terre Haute Cerstmeyer ..... 40 N. A. .... 65 Columbus ............... 4l N. A. .... 7l Lanesville .. .. ...35 N. A. .... 8221: Corydon ......... . . .35 N. A. .... 533: New Middletown .... . . .34 N. A. .... 5l Jeffersonville .... . . .38 N. A. .... 7l Mt. St. Francis .... . . .45 N. A. .... 653: Bedford ...... . . .5l N. A. .... 55:11 Winslow ....... . . .53 N. A. .... 5l Evansville Reitz . . . .. .65 :I'Tournament Games the Cannes defeated Jeffersonville, 5l to 39. ln the afternoon game of the regional, 1l'c canines defeated Mt. St. Franfis, 7l to 45, and went on to defeat Bedford in the finals, 65 to 5l. The Bulldogs were unsuccessful in their tnf for the semi-final championship. ln the f'r't game of the afternoon, they edged out Winslow 55 to 53, but they were defeated by Reitz of Evansville, 65 to 5l, in the final game. i'.o M f BQ!" 'Skfefeif W' . 1. 2 ff, A , 1 Q3 Row 2 Student manager Wllllam Edwards James Yaeger James Hurt Tom McKlm Tom Benbrook Harry Tuttle Coach Henry Row l Wllllam Jackson Ed Douglas Robert Ledford Charles Boardman Ralph Webb pups tally seven wlns, sux losses The New Albany Pups coached by Floyd Henry had a fair record of seven wuns and sux losses agalnst such formndable teams as Bedford Seymour Madison Jasper and Columbus The Pups started their season with a very nm pressnve 48 to 28 wun over the Corydon second team In their second game of the year they the game onlv to go down an defeat 34 to 27 The Pups then took to the road again thus time to Seymour but only to Io e agann The score was 34 to 30 The Laconua Aces then vusuted the New Albany gym to go home wlth a 45 to 4l defeat After the Chrlstmas holldays the Pups got ln fune shape by downnng Sllver Creek 52 to 39 The next nlght they traveled to Laconua but this tume the 78 Pups went down to the count of 58 to 55 The Bullpups were then host to the Washnngton Hatchets and again they bowed nn defeat 45 to 32 The Pups started the second half of thevr season with a 32 to 30 wan over Broad Rlpple of Indianapolis The next week they defeated duanapolls to engage the Howe Hornets and were defeated on a last second foul 27 to 26 The Bullpups then motored to Jasper to en gage the dangerous lnttle Wlldcats and came home wnth a 47 to 35 victory They then de feated Lanesvllle 32 to 27 Thus was the same team the varsity defeated In the sectional tourna ment The Bullpups closed thesr season wnth a 40 to 29 defeat at the hands of Columbus I I traveled to Bedford, and led throughout most of Madison, 38 to 27. Then they traveled to ln- freshmen wm live, lose four The New Albany Freshman team coached by Stanley Sajko had an average season thus year wnnnlng fave games and losnng four Charlie Boardman was the team s hugh scorer thus year with ll4 posnts an average of over l2 points per game ln the fnrst game the Freshmen were host to Laconua s second team and were defeated 3l to 23 In a hard fought game They then traveled to The Freshmen came back home to defeat Flaget 23 to l8 nn a very excntung game Tney played Flaget three more times ln their next meetsng they won l7 to l4 at Flaget Then they came home to play them and won 56 to 25 then 47 to 34 for a clean sweep un the four games with Flaget The Freshmen traveled to Evansville to play an the annual Freshman Tournament but they were a little shaky and tight and lost to the F J Reutz Freshmen 30 to lO nn an unexcutlng game The Freshmen Bulldogs then played two games wuth St Xavuer They won the fnrst game 38 to 26 and then closed the season wnth a 48 to 46 lo s to St Xavner Thus game was declded In the last econd by a St Xavuer basket Row Charles Boardman Earl Daily Warren Nash, Ralph Webb Wllllam Wlttmer, Coach Sajko Row l Donald Rosenberger, Wllluam Jackson, Jerry Rylan, Jerry Ashabrannev, Joe Wampler, Tom Walker 'Q l I Laconia, and were defeated again, 35 to 31. t A A . . . l P' . . . . , , . 9 . . - l I 2 2: , ' ' ' ' ' . Q Q ,MQ XANS NAS UU Row Ronald Whrte Donald Evans Donald Holz Paul McKlm Bryce Whltson Robert Clayton Joe Marguet Carl Ander son James Zeller Row Dean Muller Joe Donan Richard Rlely James Jenklns Robert Plavss Donald Lenst Ed Watt Richard Brooks James Murray Row James Hamleman Donald Everdon Jack Oard Wllllam VanCader Wullnam Whlte Ed Slegel John Bryant Cary Allen ht the lwur les The l950 NAHS track team enjoyed a suc cessful season under the durectnon of Coach Alex Thom The Thomen won theur nnneteenth sec tional crown In twenty outings The Bulldogs fmlshed thnrd an the SIAC meet and placed sec ond In the annual New Albany lnvltatlonal Tournament Over a period of twenty five years Carl Anderson clears a hurdle un the New Albany ln vltatlonal Tournament 80 New Albany ranks snxteenth nn ponnts scored at the state meet St Xavuer won the N A lnvltatlonal with 67 pomts New Albany had 56 U3 Manual 42V2 and Male 28 Don Everdon won the 220 and placed second In the l0O yard dash Bull Whute won the half mzle In 209 4 and Jlm Jenkins took pole vault honors Other New Albany wlnners were Ed Snegel who ran second nn the half mule and Duck Rlely who placed second In the broad lump New Albany also won a quadrangular meet over Seymour Scrlbner and Corydon Don Ever don New Albanys ace dash man copped the 220 and lO0 yard dashes as New Albany defeated Male 63 V2 to 40 V2 The Thomen also won over Manual In a dual meet Letter wunners of l95O were Don Evans Paul McKnm, Bryce Whntson, Bob Clayton, Carl Ander son, Jlm Zeller, Duck Rnely, Jlm Jenklns, Bob Plauss, Ed Watt, Rnchard Brooks, Jum Murray, Don Everdon, Bull White, Ed Suegel, and John Bryant - . . sl" Q J V lr, 4. T ,L f J, fy? fi I I vy ' , Air . M sl' . ' V Il if I 2 l ll Kal A , l l ' ' l V 2: , . , ' , . . , . ' . I . ' ' . ' lt , , , ' ' , ' ' ' , ' , , . ' cl ,nada E-Zbmarwrzrf-'J-u -f'-L WWE Row 2 Robert Ledford T A Corcoran Robert Volgnler Robert Shlrley Gilbert Rake Jerry Homrlghausen Coach Sajko Row l Ellus Flynn Tom McLaughlnn John Jenks James Jenkins James Homnghausen Charles Hunter Donald Harnngton Roy Harter strike three, you re out The 1950 baseball team coached by Stanley Sajko opened Its season by crushing Loulsvllle Central lO to l The Bulldogs then fell before Male Hugh School 4 to O at Shawnee Park Bob Ledford collected the lone hut for the cannnes ID thenr first loss Shaky unfleld play cost the Dogs as they bowed to Flaget 8 to 2 After losing to two Loulsvllle schools the Bull dogs downed St Xavler 5 to l The pntchung contunued to be good as Okolona fell prey 9 to 2 The Bulldogs then edged a prevoously un beaten Male squad 7 to 6 on Duke Harrers squeeze bunt The Bulldogs fell to Flaget l l to 2 and to Loulsvllle Manual 8 to l before beat Ing the Kentucky lvlllrtary lnstltute ll to 8 In the fmal game of the season Coach Sagko s l95O squad won sux games whale dropping flve Bob Shlrley led the mound staff and Bob Hansford was tops In the battung de partment Returnung for actnon thus year were Bob Led ford Duke Harter Chuck Hennlnger Chas Hunter Hank Harrmgton J T Norrlngton C-ul bert Rake .lam Homrlghausen Jerry Homrsg hausen Bob Shlrley Sonny Volgnler Buddy Flynn and T A Corcoran 81 , ' - . . . , f 2 I fl 1 'x f ! 5 r ' ." 1 7. . 'g A. . , J 1 J' - , . 1 - ' J 0-f ' - -9- 'pgs 1125--.,-' ,- ' 6 I A 2 - . -1. ' , r 'r - " ' ' 1-ff: '---V ' .. 'f - t 'fr 'J L , , HL ,WH 1 - l , f, ,, E ,LV A A . , V 4 Q ....-45,2 I. If 'L' 31,5 .A-iqf,-,,g,'.jj 1 3 , v - y , , 1 - - Z I I I I I l I I , I I I I - V Y I . , . . . . . I I ' , . I - - ' I ' I I I I I I ' ' I - ' - I I - , t l l l . . , . . . hole in one V Ed Douglas tees off. The l95O golf team, coached by Floyd Henry, was composed of five students, Bob Douglas, Ed Douglas, Fred Hurrle, Elliott Phillips, and Don Belcher. The team defeated Bloomington, Indiana, and Anchorage, Kentucky, in regular season play and lost to Manual, Flaget, and St. Xavier, all of Louisville. The team finished third in the invitational meet after Bedford and Evansville Reitz. The SIAC was held at Bedford and the team took fourth place in a twelve team field. Elliott Phillips qualified for the state meet at Indianapolis and placed twelfth. Returning for action this year were Fred Hurrle, Don Belcher, and Ed Douglas. Donald Belcher, Fred Hurrle, Elliott Phillips, Coach Henry, Robert Douglas, Ed Douglas. nahs school song nahs Fight song Here's to her, whose name we'll ever Fight hard, you Bulldogs, Cherish in our song. We want victory. Dear Old High School, dear Old High School, Build UP that SCOVQ 50 we can praise to her belong Co to state and be The Champions F h f th t b ll d h Cloriana Frangipana heres to her success Ig t or a a an S OW Us We to her will er be faithful Hail NAHS What you can do Co on you brave Bulldogs cause We are all for you 95 52 baslcctball Sched le November 27 December l December 7 December l5 December Zl January 4 January l l January l2 lanuary l8 lanuary l9 January 25 January 26 February l February 5 February B February l5 February 22 Corydon Elkhart Bedford Anderson Vincennes Open Evansville Bosse Washington Evansville RIGTZ Memorial Indianapolis Broad Ripple Madison Seymour Terre Haute Cierstmeyer Jasper Evansville F J Reitz Evansville Central Bloomington Here Here Here Here Here Here Here There Here There There Here There Here There There There FWD fi 1'5g'1 ,X Q Q i iig if" 1:1 The New Albany School City Board of Education: H. Scott Pickens, treasurerg Robert W. Harris, Jr., secretaryg Dr, U. S. Widman, administration You' Harry R. Davidson, superintendent. 86 and faculty Harry R, Davidson. superintendent of the New Albany city schools, has brought about many changes and improve- ments in New Albany High School as well as in all the schools under his jurisdiction, His untiring efforts for unity and the advancement of educational facilities have made him a friend to his associates in both the faculty and the student bcdy Under lvlr, Davidson's proficient leadership, we are assurcd of ever improving conditions in the city schools. Z Austin A. Cole, principal. Miss Etelka J. Rockenbach, assistant princi- palg Fred C. Hochmeister, assistant principal. Mrs. Jessie Beard Long, dean of girlsg C. Cordon Raney, dean of boys. is-dis-. - ff. .,,A',.4,LQ31" -11-125 . Austin A. Cole, our principal and administrative leader, has rendered three years of faithful service to the students of NAHS. His dignified manner and tactful attitude have enabled him to win the confidence and esteem of the students and faculty. He has displayed wise judgment in all school activities, both scholastic and extracurricular, Dr. Cole has won the respect and friendship of the students of NAHS because of his will- ingness to counsel with them and to help them solve their problems. 653' c , .sf 'fx English Standing Miss Gertrude Wilson English Miss Grace Stanton English James F Elrod English Mass Jane Curry student teacher EugeneK Bristow English speech Seated Miss Muriel V Ryall English Miss Olleta Tyler English Miss Naomi J Kirk head of department English Mrs Evelyn Simms English Latin Fine Arts Language A Fielder Myers supervisor ot instrumental music Mrs Var Mrs lrma Prutz French Engllsh Howard Wyne Spanish Eng gunna Bnggerstaft art RobertE Carter vocal music music theory Ish Miss Etelka J Rockenbach head of department Latin 88 Not pictured: Floyd A. Creech, journalism, Englishg Mrs. Margaret Wiesman, journalism, English, FW W l l F F 1 I - . I , I - l Q l V - . l - Mathematlcs Sclence Mlss Ruby Wells head of department mathematlcs Warren Delbert A Brown science mathematics Mlss Jessie Ruth R Hoover mathematics German Norman M Smith mathe Bobb science L S Rose head of department scnence Max matncs John W Johnson mathematics Mass Eva Stephenson Wlesman scuence mathematlcs Not plctured Stanley Sajko mathematlcs socsal studles sclence physlcal educatxon safety A 2' Soclal Sclence Standing A Roy Duncan social studies Howard L Hundemer soclal studues Robert H Oenbrlnk social studies Marvln V Oakes social studues raduo Seated Mnss Ruth Braeutugam socual studies Muss Mulasent Mltchell socual studues Mass Leota Rusk soclal studies 89 , , , - , . 1 ' H 1 D ' 1 - I y ' ' I D I 1 ' 1 ! 3 ! 1 ' ' l , - , , - "" " -4 ww- farm cf' ' ' WM ULQ A' .K ml Y 1, 4 1..- , . 1 w 'iff ' S fy ' ,,f 1 f' ,' ,4 V, V V , . A , , L, M. - t 'vi - A . , - , . ' l . - l , . - , , y , 1 - Vocatnonal Albert Cehlbach vocatlonal prlntlng prlntlng Prentice Fisher vocational bulldmg trades wood shop Harley Francis draftlng Emil W Ross vocatnonal machlne Shoo machlne shop Maurice L Mllnenberger dlstrlbutlve educatlon Not pictured RIchardA Brollxer draftlng Warren P Mntchell vocatronal agrlculture Paul R Burbrunk vocational agriculture Vocational Home Economics Commerce Mass Kathryn Ella commerce Herman Hartman head of department commence lvllchael Hoffman comme ce M155 mamng Mrs Judnth Cngsby homemamng Elizabeth Wampler Commerce MIS: Belle Cenung clothing MISS Kathryn lvlurray home 90 . , l , , . , . . . .. , . . . - - . , - , , - . . e V ,- Q 7 . .C 4 ., .4 . I o, , ,i ' I , I . rg H ,.A . . I. -E ' ' ' ' ' . , . PhymcalEducahon Floydl Henry physical education driver education safety Miss Alinda Widman cafeteria manager Mrs Dorothy Rus Miss Alma Fischer health safety Miss Virginia E Young sell school nurse Library Miss Marian E 'Vliddleton assistant librarian Miss Jessie McCracken head librarian Miss Mary Hornung secretary Miss Jane Cutler secretary to principal 91 1 l l . i Q 4 l l ' - i i - physical educationg A. E, Thom, physical education, health. i seniors Many activities and projects were success- tully completed by the senior class of l95l which was led by its executive council. The officers were elected in October and formed the backbone of the executive council, which also consisted of a member elected from each senior home room. These students were the governing body for the class and they con- ducted all activities through the appointment of their class committees. The officers were Richard Riely, president: Donald Evans, vice president, Barbara Allen, sec- retary, and Barbara Lancaster, treasurer. Class Officers Barbara Allen, Donald Evans, Richard Riely, Barbara Lancaster. .D .3 Executive Council 'T Standing: Donald Evans, Dolores Banet, Richard Riely, Earl Fansler, Seated: Barbara Allen, Barbara Lancaster, Patricia Denny, Kathryn McFrye. ROSGVY1-VY Hines. Patricia Spencer. 92 Row I BARBARA ALLEN Commerclal Emuly Post Club I presldent I Bel Canto 2 3 4 pres de t Boosters I 2 3 4 Stude t C uncl I 3 4 Secretary 3 Class Secretary 4 Musnc Contest 4 MARCELLA MARIE AMACHER Vocatuonal Crls Athletlc Assoc atlon I 2 Boosters 3 4 Dst but: e Educataon Club 3 4 president 4 ZELMA MARIE AMMONS-Commercial Boosters2 3 4 R 2 CARL RICHARD ANDERSON Vocational Trackl 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 ELMER JOSEPH ANDRES-lndustrlal Arts ODELL MARTIN ANDRES-Industrial Arts Row 3 WILBUR JAMES ANDRES-C-eneral BELVA JOYCE APPLEBY Academic Boosters 2 Bel Canto 2 3 4 Dlstrlct Mus c Contest 2 3 4 V FW Peace With Honor Contest 3 Speakers 4 French Club 3 State Choral Fest: al 4 Valley Chora Festavall 2 3 4 Scholarship N 2 VERNE ARCEMONT Academuc St Marys Academy Paducah Kentucky I Boosters 2 Muslc Apprectatlon Club 4 Photography Club 4 Row 4 EDWARD S ARNOLD lndustrual Arts MARTHA ELIZABETH ASHABRANNER Vocatlonal Boosters 2 3 DISIFIDUIIVE Educataon Club 3 4 J UNE MARIE ATK I NS-Commercial Boosters 4 Future Business Leaders 4 Row 5 RONALD BROOKS ATKINS-General CAROLYN RUTH AUSTIN Academic Bel Canto I 2 3 4 Boosters 2 Hoosuer Clrls State Dlstrlct Muslc Contest 3 4 State Muslc Contest 3 CAYLA LEE AUSTIN Commercial Boosters2 3 4 Row 6 MARCIE LEE BAILEY Commerclal Sllver Creek Hugh School Speed lnda a 3 Band I Band Contest 2 Concert Chour 2 Jun or Acto s I 2 BETTY JANET BALDWIN Commerclal Boostersl 2 3 4 MARGARET LOUISE BALLARD Commercial Future Homemakers 2 3 ' , ' : , , , i rw 43 , , , 3 n o i , , gClass 1 Q ' V I ' i' , 5 , 5 in Av OW , . . 1 . : . . . 1 , . 1 ' ' i . , Q V Q I ' . . 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Nw' 1 Row l DOLORES ANN BANET Commercial Readers Club l 3 vrce presudent 3 Games Club 2 pres: dent 2 Boosters 2 4 Future Homemakers 4 Future Busl ness Leaders 3 Arsemc and Old Lace 4 Executive Councnl 4 WAYNE EDWARD BARLOW Academic Jumor Classical League l 2 Musac Appreclatlon Club 3 ROSEMARY BARR Academic Boosters2 3 4 Row 2 MARY MARGARET BAUER Vocational Boosters 2 3 4 secretary 3 vlce presndent 4 Emlly Post Club l Dnstrubutrve Educatnon Club 3 4 secretary 3 ANTHONY BAUMANN Industrial Arts Aeronautlcs Club 4 HENRY W BAXTER Vocational Western Hugh School Loursvulle Kentucky l Football 2 Row 3 DON CLAUDE BELCHER Academic Basketball l 2 3 4 Trackl 2 Colt 3 4 Thesplans4 Cross Countryl 2 3 4 Blotter Staff4 BE'l'l'Y LOUISE BLAKE Commercial Bowllng2 3 4 vice presldent4 Blotter Show2 MARGARET ANN BOOTH Commercual Muslc Apprecratlon Club 4 Row 4 MARTHA BYRNE BROECKER Commercxal Jumor Classical League 2 Boosters 2 3 4 Future Bus: ness Leaders 4 JOAN E BROOKS-C-eneral Glrls Athletlc Association 2 3 4 Bowllng 2 3 4 treas urer 2 presrdent 4 Junnor Actors 2 MARIAN JANE BROWN Academic Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Speakers 2 3 Thesplans 2 secretary 3 Barretts of Wlmpole Street 3 lndlana Hugh School Journallsm Instltute 4 Boosters 2 3 4 Arsemc and Old Lace 4 Junlor Chamber of Commerce Speech Contest 3 Radno 4 Blotter Statt 0 Row 5 PATRICIA E BURCHETT-General Dustrlbutlve Education Club l 2 Muslc Apprecuatlon Club COLEEN BURDEN Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Emily Post Club 2 treasurer 2 Readers Club l treasurer l Future Business Leaders 4 MARY ANN BURKE Academic Jumor Classlcal League l 2 Boosters 2 3 Thesplans 4 Speakers 4 Student Councll 2 Hoosver Crrls State 3 Around the World 3 Senror Blotter Staff 4 Class Com mnttee 4 Row6 CHARLES F BUSH Vocatnonal Rnfle Club 2 Aeronautlcs Club 3 Dlstrlbutuve Educatuon Clu 2 3 4 JAMES EARL BUTNER-General Track l 2 3 Football 2 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 presndent 4 H Y l 2 3 4 treasurer 2 Barretts of Wrm ole Street 3 Cvomg on Seventeen 2 Junuor Actors 2 DONALD lRVEN CAMM-General Aeronautics Club 3 Row I DAVID ARTHUR CAYLOR Academlc Wranglers 2 3 4 secretary 4 Pep Band 2 3 4 Dlstrlct Music Contest 3 4 State Latln Contest 3 Reporters Club 2 3 Scholarshlp N 2 Bedford Band Camp 2 ROBERT EUGENE COCKRUM Academuc Football 1 ROBERT LEE COFFMAN lndustrual Arts Thespnansl 2 Row 2 BEI IY JANE COGSWELL Commercial Bel Canto 4 Concert Chour 2 3 4 State Choral Festuval 4 GERALDINE COLLINS-Commerclal Boosters2 3 4 Reporters Club 3 PATRICIA COLLINS-Commerclal Row 3 PATSY JOANNE CONDRA Commercial Emnly Post Club I Boosters 2 Dlstrubutlve Educatuon Club 3 4 Musuc Appreclatnon Club 4 CONNIE COOK General Tell Cnty Hugh School Tell Cnty lndnana I 2 JACK FRANKLIN COOLEY General Baseball 2 Rifle Club2 Row 4 JANET FAYE COOLEY Commercial Bandl 2 Band Contestl Bowllngl Boosters 2 3 4 Dlstrlbutuve Educatlon Club 3 4 presadent 4 Thespnans 4 Junlor Actors 4 THOMAS A CORCORAN Academlc Student Councll 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 Muslc Apprecnatlon Club4 Basketball I 2 EVELYN MARIE CRAYCROFT Vocational Dlstrlbutlve Education Club 3 4 president 4 Trl H1 Y 2 president 2 Bowling I Future Teachers 3 ROW5 JOAN LOUISE CRIM Commercial Games Club I Glrls Athletnc Assoclatlon 3 vlce presndent 3 Readers Club 3 Boosters 4 Future Busuness Leaders 4 EUGENE C CRONE Commercual Bowlmg 4 Dlstrabutuve Educatlon Club 4 REID CLIPP CROSBY General Art Club 3 Pep Band 3 4 Band I 2 3 4 Poster Con test 3 4 State Music Contest 3 Junlor Actors 2 Band Camp3 Tumblnng2 Pow 6 LINNIE ROSE CROXALL Vocational Host and Hostess Club 2 Boosters 2 3 4 Thespnans 4 Bel Canto 4 Photography 3 RONALD K DAVIS Academlc Palm Beach Hugh School Palm Beach Florlda 2 3 P TA Varnety Show 4 Blotter Show 4 Pep Band 4 Blotter Staff4 JACK F DAWSON General Concert Chonr 4 if Row I THELMA E DAY Vocatlonal Band I 2 Dlstrlbutlve Educatnon Club 3 4 treasurer DONALD LEE DEASON Industrual Arts Football 3 Jumor Actors2 Thespnans3 Going on Seven teen 2 Bowlungl 2 3 NatlonalBowl1ng Trophy 2 V1suaIAlds I 2 DOROTHY MARIE DECAMP-General Boosters 2 3 4 State Choral Festlval 4 Valley Chora Festlval 3 Future Homemakers I Concert Choir 2 3 4 Row2 ALBERT LOWELL DEMENT Industrial Arts BasebaII2 PATRICIA LOUISE DENNY Academlc Junaor Actors I secretary I Thesplans 2 3 4 secretary 3 Boosters I 2 3 4 Class Executive Commnttee 4 Booster Pep Session 2 3 Thesplan Pep Session 3 HELEN FRANCES DEVORE Commercual Games Club I Glrls Athletic Assoclatlon 3 4 presndent 3 4 Readers Club 3 Future Busmess Leaders 4 Boosters 4 Pow 3 CAROLYN MAE DEUCHARS-General Boo ters I 2 3 4 Valley Choral Festlval 3 Concert Cholr3 4 JAMES EDWARD DIDELOT Vocational Future Farmers 2 3 4 pres1dent3 Row 4 JOHN EDWARD DORN Vocational Band I 2 Tennls I Photography Club 2 Dnstrlbutnve Educatuon CIub3 4 DOROTHY DUVALL Commercial LYNDEN PECTOL DUVALL Industrial Arts Bandl 2 Scholarshlp N I 2 Row 5 DAVID MARTIN EBLESISOR General Bowling 2 3 Photography Club 4 GEORGE RICHARD ENGLE Academic Art Club 2 3 4 secretary 3 vuce presudent 4 Natrona Safety Drnvmg Contest 3 NANCY JANE ENGLEMAN Commercual Emlly Post Club I Secretary I Host and Hostess Club 2 secretary 2 Art Club 3 4 Row 6 DONALD LEE EVANS-Academsc Trackl 3 4 Hu Y2 3 4 vuce presldent 3 Scuence Club 3 4 Football 4 Scholarshnp N I 3 Unlted Natnons Contest4 EARL ALAN FANSLER Academlc Rnfle Club I 2 Wranglers 2 3 Photography Club 2 Science Club 3 Reporters Club 4 Blotter Staff 4 Indiana Hugh School Press Assoclatuon 4 DONALD ROBERT FARNSLEY-General Bandl 2 Jun1orActors2 , lg ' ' , , 3,4. ELIVIER CHARLES DIDAT-Industrial Arts Row I BETTY JANE FARNSLEY Commerclal JANE LOUISE FEIN Commercial Boosters 2 3 Cheerleader 4 Bel Canto 2 3 4 Emnly Post Club I Concert Cholr 2 Sclence Club Show 2 JOYCE LEE FERGUSON Vocational Boosters 2 3 4 Bowllng 3 Dlstrnbutuve Educatuon u 3 4 v1cepresldent3 treasurer4 Row 2 BONNIE JEAN FERTIG Commerclal Readers Club 3 secretary 3 Games Club 2 Future Bus: ness Leaders 3 Boosters 4 ROBERT K FISCHER General Rltle Club I Track I 2 3 Wrestllng I 2 3 Con ert Cholr l 2 ANN FISHER Academlc Boosters 2 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 The Opera Matlnee 4 Junnor Classical League I 2 Reporters Club 2 Glrls Athletnc Assocnatuon I I Speak for Democracy Contest 4 Row 3 ELLIS A FLYNN ll Academic Baseball I 2 3 4 Football 2 3 Bowllngl 2 Sclence Club 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Reporters Club 4 Blotter Staff 4 JOHN THOMAS FLYNN JR General Football 2 Intramural Basketball 3 I Speak for Democ racy Contest 4 JOYCE ANN FLYNN Commerclal Boosters 2 3 4 secretary 4 Junxor Classical League 2 Student Councnl 3 4 secretary 4 Future Business Leaders 3 4 president 4 l Speak for Democracy Contest 4 Row 4 ROBERT CHARLES FLYNN Academlc St Xavuer Hugh School Louusvllle Kentucky I 2 3 Thesplans 4 Wranglers 4 Blotter Staff 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Cnty Sllcker and Our Nell 4 Class Day Com muttee 4 SAMUEL JACKSON GARDNER Academuc Wranglers 2 3 4 Track I Muslc Apprecnatlon Club 4 pres1dent4 Bowlung I 2 Sclence Club 3 GLENDA LEE GARLAND Commercial Gurls Athletlc Assoclatlon I Dance Club 2 Games Club 2 Art Club 3 4 Row 5 MARIJANE GASKILL Academic Marengo Hxgh School Marengo lndlanal Z 3 Trl H 1 4 Boosters4 CAROLYN BERENICE GERDON Vocational Boosters 2 3 4 Future Homemakers 3 Glrls Athletlc Assoclatlon l ROBERT WILLIAM GILLAND-General Basketballl 2 Footballl Art Clubl 2 Row 6 EDWARD LEE GLOVER lndustrlal Arts Basketball I 2 3 4 HI Y 3 4 Cross Country3 Trackl NANCY SUE GLOVER Academic Boosters 3 4 Future Homemakers 2 3 4 Blotter Staff 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Hostess Club 2 lndnana Hugh School Press Assoclatnon 4 Flower and Color Commlttee MARGARET GOODMAN Commercial Boostersl 2 3 4 Emlly Post Clubl 2 Student Coun c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C , . , - l 11 - 11 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - , 11 11 , . 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X, 1 1 1 1 1 ' I' , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' xy' Rowl LOUISE F GOULDING Academuc Boosters 2 3 4 Tru Hu Y 3 4 vuce presudent 4 Junuor Actors 2 Blotter Staff 4 Class Day Commuttee 4 Tru Hu Y Camp 3 Hoosuer Gurls State 3 Swummung Team 2 ROBERT LEE GRANTZ Academuc St Xavuer Hugh School Louusvulle Kentuckyl St Meunrad Semunary St Meunrad Indtana 2 Thespuans4 Hu Y 3 4 BETTY JO GRIFFIN Vocatuonal Future Homemakers 3 Row 2 FREDERIC GLEN HAFFIELD Academuc Broad Rupple Hugh School lnduanapolus Induana I Future Busuness Leaders 4 SUE ELIZABETH HALLER Commercual Boosters2 3 4 Concert Chour3 4 Emuly Post Clubl RICHARD BRUCE HAMILTON Commercual Dlstrubutuve Educatuon Club 3 4 Row 3 DONALD EDWARD HARRINGTON General Football 2 3 Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 4 Readers Club 3 presudent 3 Wranglers 4 Hu Y 4 vuce presudent 4 Concert Chour 4 ROY D HARTER General Footballl 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Intramural Basket ball 3 4 Hostess Club 2 ALICE ELIZABETH HARTLEY Commercual Boosters 2 3 4 Thespuans 4 Future Business Leaders 4 Emuly Post Club 2 presudent 2 Row 4 PATRICIA JEAN HARTMAN Commercual Boosters 2 3 4 Emuly Post Club 2 secretary 2 Dustrubu tuve Educatuon Club 3 4 secretary 3 Student Councul 3 RALPH B HARVEY lndustrual Arts Photography Club2 3 4 vuce presudent4 JOHN HELCK Vocatuonal Row 5 LEE W HENRY Academuc Football I 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Hostess Club2 Baseball I 2 Track I ROSEMARY HINES-Commercual Boosters 4 Thespuans I Junior Classical League I Emuly Post Club I DELORES JENE HISEY Vocatuonal Boosters 3 4 Future Homemakers 2 Blotter Staff 4 Re porters Club 4 Row 6 JEAN ELIZABETH HITNER Commercual Art Club 4 Hostess Club 2 HERMAN NEIL HOFFMAN General Band I 2 3 Concert Chour 4 State Musuc Contest I 4 Raduo 3 4 Junuor Actors 2 Pep Band I 2 Photography Club 4 Honey of a Peach 2 LESLIE HOLSTNER Academuc Concert Chour 4 Photography Club 4 Junuor Classucal Leaguel Bowlungl 2 3 Row I DON HUGH HOLZ General Track 2 3 4 Cross Country 2 Art Club 3 4 Hi 4 Callof the Banshee 2 Footballl 2 JAMES HOMRIGHAUSEN Vocational FootbaII4 Baseball 3 4 WrestIing2 3 JERRY LEE HOMRIGHAUSEN Vocational Football 4 Baseball 2 3 4 WrestIing2 3 Row 2 PAUL HOTTELL General Basketball I Reporters Club 4 Blotter Staff 4 DORIS JEANNE HUBLAR Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Hostess Club 2 Future Business Leaders 3 4 secretary 4 Thespians 4 Student Council I 2 Booster Pep Session 3 4 I Speak for Democracy Con test 4 CHARLES GROSS HUNTER Academic s etballl 2 3 4 F otball I 2 3 4 Ba ball I 4 Trackl 2 3 4 Thespians3 Junior Actorsl 2 treas urer 2 Hi Y I 2 3 vice president 3 Going on Seven teen 2 Row 3 FREDERICK CARL HURRLE JR General Golf 3 Rifle Club l Future Business Leaders 4 SHIRLEY JEAN JACKSON Commercial Boosters2 3 4 Junior ActorsZ DOLORES ANN JACOBI Academic Boosters2 3 4 Girls Athletic Associationl Junlo Class ical League I 2 Row4 THELMA FAY JACOBI Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Future Business Leaders 3 4 Hoosier Girls State 3 VELMA MAY JACOBI Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Future Business Leaders 3 Hoosier Girls State 3 CARL EDWIN JAM ES-General Scholarship N I Aeronautics CIub4 Row 5 MARIAM ANN JENKINS Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Hostess Club 2 Future Business Leaders 4 Booster Pep Session 2 3 4 Flower and Color Com mittee 4 MARY FRANCES JOLISSAINT Commercial Boosters 3 4 MARY L U KAESTNER Commercial O Scholarship N 3 4 Future Homemakers 2 3 4 Music Appreciation Club 4 Senior Blotter Staff 4 Row 6 GLENN EDWIN KAMER General Track Z 3 Rifle Club 2 Future Farmers 2 3 vice pres: dent 3 National Convention of Future Farmers ot Amer: ca 3 KATHERINE WANDA KEHOE Commercial Boosters I, 2, 3, 4g Thespians 3, 45 Senior Blotter Staff 45 Junior Actors 23 Booster Pep Session 33 Emily Post Club I g Class Day Committee 4. CAROLYN GERTRUDE KEITHLEY-Commercial Boosters 2, 35 Distributive Education Club 3, 4. glial X 3 Row I JACK CARL KEITHLEY-General Tumblingl 2 JOYCE LOUISE KENNEDY-Commercsal Csrls Athletsc Assocsatson I 2 Games Club 2 Art Club VADA MAREE KENNEY Academsc Boosters 2 3 vsce pressdent 2 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Thespsans 4 Speakers 3 4 pressdent 4 Speaker Thanks gsvsng Program 4 Junsor Invstatson Commsttee 3 Booster Pep Sessson 3 I Speak tor Democracy Contest 4 Row AMELIA ROSE KIME Commercsal Junsor Actors I 2 Gosng on Seventeen 2 Bel Canto 3 4 Bel Canto Show3 4 WILMA MARIE KIMES--Commercsal Boosters2 3 4 Future Bussness Leaders4 JANET LEE KINSLOW Academsc Scholarshsp N 2 3 Boostersl 2 3 4 Junsor Actors I 2 Thespsans 3 4 Thespsan Pep Sessson 3 Bowlsng 2 3 pressdent2 Comg on Seventeen 2 Row 3 ANNE MARIE KOCH Academsc Art Club I 2 3 4 pressdent 4 French Club 3 secretary 3 GEORGE MARTIN KRAFT Academsc Wranglers 2 3 4 pressdent4 Tennss 2 3 4 captasn 3 Cheerleader 4 Football I 2 3 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Radso 4 Hoosser Boys State 4 Scsence Club 3 Junsor Classscal League I 2 Csty Slscker and Our Nell 4 BETTY DELORES KREMER Commercsal Emsly Post Club 2 Csrls Athletsc Assocsatson I Bowlsng 2 3 Boosters 3 4 Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club 3 4 Speech Class Play 3 Booster Pep Sessson 4 Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Conventson 4 Row4 BARBARA JOYCE LAMKE Academsc Jumor Classscal League I 2 secretary 2 Boosters 2 3 pressdent 2 Booster Pep Sessson 2 Speakers 3 4 treas urer 4 Student Councsl 2 3 Thespsans 4 Arsensc and Old Lace 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Radso 4 Hoosser Gsrls State 3 BARBARA HELEN LANCASTER Academsc Cheerleader I Student Councsl I Morrsstown Hsgh School Morrsstown New Jersey 2 Boostersl 3 4 vsce pressdert 3 The Opera Matsnee 4 Thespsans 4 Blotter Staff 4 Class Treasurer 3 4 Football Queen 4 RETTA ANN LANDRETH Commercsal Sslver Creek Hsgh School Speed Indsana 2 Boosters 4 Row 5 NANCY LORRAINE LANHAM Academsc East Hsgh School Cleveland Ohso I 2 3 Scsence Club 4 Boosters4 DONNA L LEE Academsc Boosters I 2 3 4 pressdent 2 French Club 3 pressdent 3 Junsor Actors I 2 Bowlsng I 2 Csrls Athletsc Assocsa tson 3 4 Student Councsl 2 3 BETTY JEAN LEIDOLF Commercsal Future Homemakers 2 3 4 Mussc Apprecsatson Club 4 Row6 JOSEPHINE MARIE LEWIS-Vocatsonal Boosters 3 4 Future Homemakers 2 3 4 vsce pressdent 4 INEZ JEANETTE LINCENFELTER Commercsal Boostersl 2 3 Junsor Actorsl DARLIS JEAN LOFTON Commercsal Boostersl 2 Jumor Actorsl French Clubl 2 3 4 Row I CHARLES WILLIAM LOHMEYER Academuc Band I Chorr I 2 3 State Musuc Contest I 3 Barber shop Club I 2 Junlor Classucal League I Pep Band I All State Chour 2 3 Jumor Actors 2 Scrence Club 3 PAUL A LOSCH Commercial Wrestlmg 3 Football 4 Track 4 Intramural Basketball 4 RICHARD WELDON MCCLAREN General ootballl 2 3 Wrestlrngl 2 Trackl 2 H: YI Aeronautics 4 presldent 4 Future Buslness Leaders 4 Emuly Post Club 3 Arsemc and Old Lace 4 Thespnans4 Row 2 FRANCES MARY JEAN JUANITA MCCORD Genera Concert Chour 3 4 Bel Canto 4 VFW Contest 3 Re porters Club 3 Junlor Actors 2 French Club 4 Musuc Appreclatlon 3 Valley Choral Festlval 3 4 State Chorr 4 GEORGE DONALD MCCULLOCH--General Wrestling 3 Football 3 Blotter Staff 4 Junlor Actors 2 Thespuans 3 4 Gomg on Seventeen 2 Reporters Club 4 Thesplans 3 4 Chrnstmas Play 3 Thespuan Pep Sessuon 3 KATHRYN M MCFRYE Academic Junior Classical League I 2 Boosters 2 3 Bel Canto 3 Speakers 3 4 vlce president 4 The Christmas Pearl Scholarshup N 3 Raduo 4 State Musuc Contest 3 D A R Award 4 Senior Executlve Committee 4 Row3 MARY HELEN MCINTOSH Academic Cheerleader 4 State Achlevement Contest 3 Honey of a Peach 2 Junnor Boostersl Junuor Actorsl 2 Aero nautlcs Club 2 Thesplans 4 Baccalaureate Committee 4 PAUL WILLIAM McKIM Industrial Arts Trackl 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 Cross Country 3 Photography Club 4 Purdue Industrial Arts Contest 4 JOYCE ANN McLIN Commercual Boosters 2 3 vlce president 2 Speakers 3 4 Junvor Actors2 Christmas Pearl 4 Baccalaureate Commlttee4 Row 4 DOROTHY ANN MACLEOD Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Junuor Classical League I Gurls Athletuc Assoclatnon I Junlor Actors 2 Future Business Leaders 3 4 treasurer4 Tn HI Y 3 GARY RONALD MAHAN Academic Bedford Hugh School Bedford Indiana I Football 2 CHARLES PATRICK MARGUET JR Academuc Latun Clubl 2 presldent 2 Wranglers2 3 4 Radno4 Bowlung 2 3 4 treasurer 3 4 Student Council 4 Row 5 ERVIN N MARTIN JR Academic Photography Club3 4 NANCY ANNE MARTIN Academic Announcements and lnvltatuons Commlttee 4 Boosters I 2 3 State Choral Festlval 3 4 State Muslc Contest 3 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Blotter Staff 4 Speakers 3 4 el Canto 4 Speakers Assembly 3 4 ORRILL C MARTIN Academlc Vnsual Aids I Latln Club 2 Photography Club 4 Aero nautlcs Club 3 Scuence Club 4 Bowlmg 3 4 Row 6 EVELYN JEAN METCALF Commercial Bel Canto 2 3 4 treasurer 4 The Neughbors 2 Boosters 2 3 Speakers4 Raduo4 The Chrnstmas Pearl 4 Con cert Chorr 4 Valley Choral Festuval 4 Scholarshnp N 3 KENNETH F MEYER General Band I 2 3 Commumty Builders Club 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 HARRY RONALD MIDDLETON-Academic Football 2 3 4' Baseball I'RitIe Club I. 1 Row I CAROLYN MILLS Academsc Aeronautscs Club 4 LEOLA A MOORE Academsc Boosters 4 Trs Hs Y 4 Scsence Club 3 Dramatscs Junsor Classscal League 2 3 KERMIT LEE MORRIS-Academsc Band I 2 3 4 Pep Band4 Scsence Club 3 4 Bowlsng I 2 3 4 Radso4 Mussc Contest4 VssualAsds Row2 VIRGINIA ANN NALE General Emsly Post Club I pressdent I Junsor Actors 2 Boosters 2 3 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Blotter Staff 4 Thespsans 4 Reporters Club Z Wrsters Club 3 treasurer 3 Color and Flower Commsttee 4 JAMES ALAN NEELD General Aeronautscs Club I 2 Junsor Actors I Intramural Basket b I SHIRLEY JO NEELD General Junsor Actors I 2 treasurer 2 Gosng on Seventeen 2 Boosters I 2 3 4 Thespsans 3 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Sensor Executsve Commsttee 4 Blotter Staff 4 Row 3 DONALD ARTHUR NEFF Academsc Junsor Actors Club 3 Concert Chosr 3 4 Barbershop Club 3 State Mussc Contest 4 Mussc N 4 MARTHA CAROLLEEN NOE Vocatsonal tary4 J T NORRINGTON General Communsty Buslders Club 4 Baseball 3 4 Blotter Staff 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Row4 MELVIN OBERHAUSEN General VIRGINIA NADINE OGDEN Academsc Sensor Boosters 4 Trs Hs Y 4 Scsence Club 3 Junsor Classscal League 3 Junsor Actors 2 ANN OLDOM Vocatsonal Future Homemakers I Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club 3 4 Row 5 DONALD RICHARD OTRICH Industrsal Arts Rsfle Clubl 2 Wrestlsng2 Intramural Basketballl 2 BETTY MAXINE OTT Vocatsonal Junso A tosI Boosters 2 3 4 Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club 3 4 vsce pressdent 3 Bowlsng I 2 3 treasurer 2 DONALD LEE PACE Academsc Rsfle Club 3 Mussc Appreclatson 3 vsce pressdent 3 Scsence Club 4 Blotter Staff 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Announcements and lnvstatsons Commsttee 4 Row 6 FLOYD DALE PADDOCK General Orleans Hsgh School Orleans lndsana I 2 PATTY LOU PATE Commercsal Gsrls Athletsc As ocsatson I Future Homemakerg 2 Boosters 3 4 secretary 4 Future Bussness Leaders 4 JOHN BAILY PAVEY General Football 2 3 Basketball I 9 '- '- Q ' Q ' I: , . , , , 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S . . 3 Z , . 1 . , 5 - Row I PATRICIA ANN PAYNE Academic Emuly Post Club 2 Photography Club 4 OPAL FAYE PAYTON General Sclence Club2 Boostersl 2 3 4 ANNA MAE PEAK Academic Boosters2 3 4 Jumor Actors2 3 Thesplans4 Student Councul 2 Row 2 CHARLOTTE MARLENE PEAY Commercial Glrls Athletic Assoclatuonl 2 3 4 DORIS ANN PENNINGTON Commerclal Snlver Creek Hugh School Speed Indiana I 2 3 LOUISE JULIANNA PFALZER Commercial Future Business Leaders3 4 Scholarship N 2 Row 3 MARY ELIZABETH PLUE Academic Valley Choral Festnval I 2 Gsrls Athletnc Assoclatlon I Junnor Boosters 2 Sclence Club 4 PAUL JOSEPH POFF Academic Student Councll I 2 3 4 executlve commnttee 2 vlce presldent 3 presudent 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Juno Classrcal League I Track I 4 Baseball I 2 4 ate Wuth Judy 3 Commencement Comrmttee 4 Class Vlce President 3 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Blotter Staff 4 WILLIAM DONALD POTTS-Academic F otball I Rlfle Club I Canary Clambake I Band Contest I Wrestlmg 2 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Senior Class Play4 Thesp1ans4 Student Council I 2 3 4 Bac Row 4 GUY T PRIESTLEY Academlc Track 3 4 Cross Country 3 4 Future Busmess Leaders 3 4 Communuty Bullders Club 3 4 Bowlmg I Hoosler Boys State 3 Baseball I LEWIS UPTON PRY Academic Sclence Club 3 Wranglers Club 3 4 treasurer 4 Cnty Sllcker and Our Nell 4 Hu Y 4 Blotter Staff 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Radlo 4 lnduana Hugh School Press As soclatlon 4 Announcements and lnvltatlons Committee 4 GILBERT J RAKE lndustrlal Arts Baseball I 2 4 Intramural Basketball 3 Row 5 RAYMOND MERLE RANDOLPH Vocational Tumbllngl 2 3 4 MARTHA ELEANOR REAS-Commercial JumorClass1calLeagueI Scholarshlp N 2 JOANN FRANCES REIDINGER Commercial Boosters 4 Future Busmess Leaders 4 Row 6 RICHARD J RIELY Academlc F otball I 2 3 4 captarn 4 Track I 2 3 4 Bas t ball I Wranglers 3 4 Barretts of Wlmpole Street 3 Thespnans 4 Senior Blotter Staff 4 Blotter Staff 4 Stu dent Councll I 2 3 4 Class Presldent 3 4 ALBERTA LUCILLE RIGSBY Commercial Boosters2 3 4 MARTHA JEAN RILEY Commerclal Boosters I Student Council 3 Reporters Club 3 Blotter Staff 4 Rntle Club 4 Z . I . I . - A , . : ' , 1 ' 1 , , , - - . . .. H , , . I ' I , I I I A I I , . ' D 'Y 9 l 7 I I l F C J . , . I I V ' . . - " . . . , . . D . S - O 3 - Q : .. .. I 5 I 3 1 : . 1 . . , 5 - calaureate Committee 4. . : D I , 1 H ' . I , C I ' . , . ' . . 1' ' ' " . ' . . ' ' I -I l A l Y D - g . I , I - . . , - , 4 1 ' . 0 . . , . ' Q . . . 1 ke - 1 I I r i I I C ' . . . Z . - . , - 1 ' 3 3 5 . Row I WILLIAM LEE ROARK General Gallatrn Hugh School Gallatrl Tennessee I 2 Rlfle Club 3 Raduo3 4 PAUL LEE ROBERTSON Industrual Arts Muslc Appreclatuon 4 Concert Choir 4 LOIS ROOT General Row2 HAROLD E ROUDENBUSH General Track I RALPH E ROUDENBUSH General JO ANN RUFF Vocational Boosters 3 4 Row 3 PATRICIA LOUISE SALMON Academuc Speakers 3 Boosters 2 3 Thesplans 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Football Queen Contest 4 Arsenlc and Old Lace 4 Barretts of Wnmpole Street 3 Junnor Chamber of Com merce Speech Contest 3 4 Blotter Staff 4 Senior Blotter Staff 4 JANET K SALYERS-Academic Speakers 3 4 Tru Hn Y 3 4 Concert Chonr 3 Music Festuval 3 Musnc Apprecuatnon Club 3 CHARLES S SATER Academic Jeffersonvnlle Hugh School Jetfersonvllle lndlana I Arsennc and Old Lace 4 Tumblung 2 Bowling 2 Sclence Club 3 vlce president 3 Thesplans 4 Student Councll 2 Row 4 CAROL ELIZABETH SCHAEFER Academlc St Agnes Academy lndsanapolls lnduana I 2 Art Club 3 Boosters 3 4 presldent 4 Tru Hn Y 4 Bowlnng 3 Hoosner Gnrls State 3 JACK L SCHAMEL Academic HI Y 2 3 Junaor Actors 2 Barbershop Club 3 Valley Choral Festnval 3 JEANNINE A SCHICKEL Commerclal Emlly Post Club I Future Homemakers l 2 Dlstrnbutuve Educatlon Club 3 4 Row 5 RICHARD SCHMIDT General ROBERT E SCHULEY General Thespuans 4 Games Club 2 Arsenlc and Old Lace 4 Barretts of Wnmpole Street 3 Concert Chosr 3 4 Foot ball 2 3 Track 3 Musnc Contest 4 RUSSELL C SCOTT General Future Buslness Leaders 4 Row 6 HARRIET R SCRIBNER Academlc Concert Choir 2 3 4 accompanlst 3 4 Music Contest 2 3 4 Sensor Blotter Staff 4 Blotter Staff 4 Bel Canto 3 4 secretary 4 Induana All State Chour 4 Speakers 4 Thespuans 2 3 4 Raduo 4 Hoosler Gnrls State 3 OREN GARVIN SHAFFER General REX SHEETS General Football 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Track 4 . , . , , , . , . , . , . . . . . . . . , . , I I T T I I I , . . . . , , , - I I I Y - T I I T I I l I . . . , . 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Row I CHARLOTTE CHRISTINE SHIELDS-Commercial Boosters I 4 SAM M SHINE-General Baseball I 4 Future Business Leaders 4 NORMA L SHOEMAKER Academic Music Appreciation Club 3 4 Row2 LOIS M SINC-LETON Commercial Future Homemakers 2 3 4 state secretary treasurer 4 Music Appreciation Club 4 ROBERT LEE SMITHER Academic Football I 2 3 4 co captam4 Wrestling2 3 Tumbling I Trackl 2 3 DOROTHY MAE SPENCER Commercial Boosters I Photography Club 2 Reporters Club 3 Row 3 PATRICIA ANN SPENCER Academic Boosters 2 4 Bel Canto 3 4 Junior Classical League 2 Junior Actors I Bowling 3 4 Thespians 4 Girls Athletic Association 4 MARILYN A SPERZEL Commercial Boosters3 4 JOSEPH ARTHUR STAMPER-General Tumbling I 2 3 4 Aeronautics Club 3 4 Football 2 Track I 2 State Music Contest 3 Row 4 JOYCE ANN STEMLE Commercial Boosters 2 3 4 Distributive Education Club 3 Emily Post Club 2 Girls Athletic Association I Future Business Leaders 4 ESTHER L STEPHENS-Vocational Boosters I Dustributive Education Club 2 ROSE ANN PATRICIA STINSON Academic Rifle Club4 Pep Band3 4 Row 5 HELEN FAYE STONE Academic Blotter Staff 4 Senior Blotter Staff 4 Announcement Committee 4 Boosters 2 3 4 Thespians 3 4 Jumor Actors 2 Girls Athletic Association I Emily Post Club I Reporters Club2 Honey ofa Peach 2 SUSAN ELIZABETH STORK Academic Boosters 2 3 4 Thespians 4 Emily Post Club I Girls Athletic Association I JOHNJ STUMLER Vocational Tumbling I 2 Intramural Basketball 3 Row 6 HANLEY H TAYLOR General Tumblingl 2 Trackl 2 VIOLA ELIZABETH TAYLOR-Academic Boosters 2 3' Speakers 3 4' Thespians 3 4' Radio 4' Scholarship N I 2 3' Bowling 3' Senior Blotter Staff 4' Announcement Committee 4. ROBERT TEC-ARDEN-Industrial Arts Hi-Y I 2 3 4 president 4' Thespians 4' Barretts of Wimpole Street 3' Arsenic and Old Lace 4' Radio 4' Track I ' Football 2' Senior Blotter Staff 4' Blotter Staff 4. l uf Row I ROBERT WINFIELD TEMPLE Academlc Radlo 3 4 Wranglers 2 3 4 Hoosler Boys State 3 Arsenlc and Old Lace 4 Barretts of Wlmpole Street 3 Hl Y 2 3 Thesplans 3 4 Announcement Commlttee 4 Speech Contest3 4 Scholarshlp N 3 ROBERT D TENNEY General Reporters CIub2 3 Photography Club2 JAMES HALE TERRY lndustrlal Arts FootbalI3 4 BasebalI2 Trackl Row2 NORMA JEAN TERRY Academlc Junlor Classlcal League I Photography Club 2 Reporters Club2 Trl Hl Y 3 4 secretary4 Art Club4 JUANITA LOUISE THER Academlc Trl Hl Y 3 4 presldent 4 Speakers 3 4 Junlor Classlcal League I 2 presldent 2 Glrls Athletlc ASSOCIBIIOH I 2 Scholarshlp N I 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 State Latln Contest2 Radlo4 EMMA JEAN TINDLE Commerclal Boosters 2 Row 3 JOYCE MARDELLA TOWNSEND Academlc Glrls Athletlc ASSOCISIIOD I 2 Trl Hl Y 3 4 treasurer 4 Speakers 4 Junlor Classlcal League 2 Emlly Post Club I MARTHA LOUISE TRUNNELL Academlc Boosters 2 3 4 Junlor Actors 2 Thesplans 3 4 Blotter Staff 4 Class Day Commlttee 4 Swlmmlng Team 2 Prom JACK HOPKINS TUT-I'LE Industrlal Arts Hl Y3 4 Rlfle Clubl 2 Footballl BowIlng2 3 Row 4 SHARON A TYLER Academlc Mt Pleasant Hugh School Wllmlngton Delaware I 2 French Club 3 Trl Hl Y 3 4 Art Club 4 Concert Cholr 3 Muslc Festlval 3 Speech Contest 4 Radlo 4 Thes plans 4 DONALD EDWARD UHL General Tumbllngl 2 BETTE SUE VANCE Academlc Anderson Hlgh School Anderson Indlana I Barretts of Wlmpole Street 3 Arsenlc and Old Lace 4 Boosters 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 vlce presldent 4 Blotter Staff 4 Senlor Blotter Staff 4 Radlo 4 Football Queen Contest 4 Commencement Commlttee 4 R0w5 EIVIIVIA LOU VERON Commerclal Boosters 2 3 4 Future I-Iomemakers 3 4 treasurer 4 Emlly Post Club I Flower and Color Commlttee 4 MARILYN JEAN VOIGNIER Commerclal Junlor Red Cross 2 Future Homemakers 2 3 Photography Club 3 Boosters 3 Bowllngl 2 3 4 presldent 2 3 4 Blotter Staff 3 4 Glrls Athletlc ASSOCIBIIOH I ROBERT L VOIGNIER General Baseball 3 4 Row6 STANLEY GENE WAGNER Academlc Hl Y2 3 4 BowIlng4 WILLIAM K WALL Vocatlonal Rlfle Clubl 2 4 BasketbalI2 KENNETH L WALTS-General Reporters Club 2 3 Photography Club 4 Rlfle Club 4 ' . . 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ROBERT WARD--General TaCkI 2 3 4 JO ANNE WARREN Academic Jun or Classucal League 2 Bowlung 2 3 4 Blotter Show I LELAND ARLIS WATSON General R 2 ELMA JOLENE WEBB Commercnal Cheerleader 3 4 Barretts of Wumpole Street 3 A sen c d Old L 4 B I C to Sho 2 3 4 Blott Show a ace e an w er 3 4 Thesplans 4 Boosters 2 3 Rad o 4 Ind ana H gh School Journal sm Instntute 4 Blotter Staff 4 LYMAN EDWARD WEBB JR Academic Football I 2 3 4 Track 2 Wrestling 2 3 Vns I Auds 3 4 HULEN RICHARD WEBB-General Tumbl ng I 4 Dlstrnbutlve Education Club 3 4 Aero nautlcs Club I R 3 EARL JORDAN WENZLER Academic Jumor Classlcal League I 2 3 4 Photography Club Arsemc and Old Lace 4 MARGARET JOAN WHITAKER Vocational Bowling Green Hugh School Bowling Green Kentucky I Radlo 4 Boosters 3 4 Dlstrlbutlve Educatnon Club Student Councnl 4 CHARLES G WHITE Academlc Basketball I Baseball I Track 2 3 4 Future Busmess Leaders 4 Bowllng 4 Row 4 ELEANOR WHITE--General CLARENCE EDWARD WILLIAN-General CHARLES HUGH WILSON Vocatuonal Morgan Township Hugh School Palmyra Indiana Aeronautics Club 4 Row 5 DORA G WILSON Commercual MORTON FRANCIS WOLFE Academnc Sen or Blotter Staff 4 Bowlnng I 2 4 H secretary 3 Thespuans 3 4 Wranglers 4 Sclence Club 3 4 Hoosier Boys State 3 Radio 3 4 Arsenlc and Old Lace 4 Cnty Sllcker and Our Nell 4 WANDA JOAN WRIGHT Commercual Boosters 3 4 Future Homemakers2 3 4 secretary4 Row 6 BETTY J ZIMMERMAN Commercual Emily Post Club I Boosters 2 Dnstrlbutlve Educataon Club 3 4 Not P ctured FINLEY B. BROWN JACK CAMPBELL MILTON CAMPBELL HARRY HARMON JAMES KIRK :5lDid not qualify for graduation. SARAH ANN SCOTT PATRICIA STRIEGEL LOUIS RAY TRAVIS WAYNE WILLIAMS 4 . . -,lf I , t'kL.,..-,... ,tu Class Officers Joyce Watkins, Donald Everdon, Margaret Spencer William White. UHCIQTC GSSITIZH The junior class of l95O-5l raised money for and promoted the Junior-Senior Prom. This is an annual project of the junior class and is carried on by its officers and class committees. Junior class elections were held in the fall of l 950. The officers were William White, presiclentg Donald Everdon, vice presidentg Joyce Watkins, sec- retaryg and Margaret Spencer, treasurer. Home Room lOl Row 3 Row 2 Row l Albert Prlnce Don Robertson Kenneth McClure James Purcell James Ronge Tom Shrader James Roblnson Danlel Roblnson Ruchard Scllmer Leo Seng Kenneth Rhoads Anne Roblnson Lots Mulllns Shlrley Torstrn k Cleatus Kal er Cara Lynn Rhoads Carolyn Radcllff Janet Ramsler Karen Quebbeman Marnlyn Prather Dennis Powell Mary Rrot Martha Pyle Dolores Redden Anna Reeder Sandra Resch Jane Racke Dorothy Pate Jo Ann Rnchert Nancy Robnnson Mary Peay Home Room lO Edward Moore Don Mo er Robert Summers Don Mlller James McLaughlln Thomas Frakcs Lee Mook Jerry Muller Marlon Pocker Herschel Morrnson Gary Neeld Wayne Nolan Henry Hall Gerry Schmltt Naoml Navulle Phyllis McHone Jacquellne Moore Wllllam Nale Robert Muller James McDonald Carol Sands Ruth Schad Mary Morrlson Carolyn Mos Barlsara Meyer Marcella Murphy Carolyn Sanders Janet Sandbach Jennle McKmght Sue Muller Edna Stucky Row Row Home Room 2Ol Dudley Lacefleld Don Kaestner Paul Lamb Eugene Kung Dale Lamb Eugene Johnson Don Lund James Huff Cllf'ord Lnttle Frank Stephens Donald Kerr Wllluam Long James Ledforcl Wllllam Lester Frank Lorch Robert Ledford Louns Korbe Walter Lang Wllluam Stromure Alma Kruer Grace Karnes Yvonne Kane Janet Largent Shnrley Loughmuller Dolores Knable Theresa Jollssalnt Marllyn Lee Marllyn Longest Donald Kopp Row 3 Row Z Row l IO9 t L l 1 - . 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A-q 'wp Room 208 George Crone Charles Hennlnger Walter Bottorff Wnlllam Groher Chester Halc James Summervllle Ronald Grant James Plant Gerald Huth Cera'o Schroeder Ronald Castmeau Chester Gregory Randall Heck Shlrley Caeke Dolores Hardman Donna Foster Wnlllam Sutherland Mnas Harrls James Crether Arnold Scholl Dons Pearl Jean Hall Dolores Shertlck Nancy Cnllanfl Joan Scogglns Patsye Craylrook Marte Cehrlng Mlnettc Harrls Joan Crose Jean Fulkerson Home Room Zl l Row 3 Row Pew l Rollert Almon Allen Sprlnkle George Nlckel Rolvert Plmss Wllllunw Phelp Ddvunl Errnkworlh Roy Hwmllton Jerry Nlontqomerw John Byrl Leon Crule he Kellex E l XV1lt L nn Er wurlls Kert Koehler Nlarcla Hampton Nanny Vsfllson Ann XVl,ln 'erllch Ninn, Reel Nlirearet Soenler Rolertl Eyrrl Frcerla Vvaggoner Nelson Stone Home Room 2 l 4 Row -4 ater Et vt 1rl e oaan on ser on l 1 ' e w nn Crt Shlr Row lllam Dcnry Lester Dugan Herrv Der ton Le el Shcrrell Dell ert S th nm v Q our ley Row one Fell Donalr. Dorlme Ronalf' Derlqmq tx lrhacl Doyle Joxce Sexcklnq A re .rg-X l A rw Nlarguct Norma Daw Hermallne Sweet ow l anlta Dohowew C w D em Lots Elluott vet leckrv ar- D rcy Yrmyg C.-MQ Drago Dorls Ferguson Patrucla Dav s Janet Flora M so C J W J J , A I A ! I F . N - ,, - ,. I .M F: 0 f X j ' 9. v 1 J ' ,- - , 6 ' f f ' S V is n f ' f 1 -. . 'i,.f:Q ' V , 1 WW, - ' X, L '- f , If J ,M . ' 4 , J as , .1 M V, l K Mwzw 1 Ak ' ' , AV' M' f A' H- N ,IK ig ,Q ,t....W .2 l . - . 3 1 l A J W .- A f ' -, A . k s AA --M , K of . A C 37' S 'S 'S 1 to 1 , V I "' . G W 5 wk .-- 8 F 3- Y " 2 x D ' A ea at .. , ,S V a as-, , ' 5.1. . E 4' . , , . 1' l l: , I ,,,, 1 , , ., , W l 1 V C K I 4 A - 1 , 1 . , , f, ' l X ' , . , x . 4 . , X v , l . . ' . X. , Q 4. . 3 ' M . , , ' W l '1 K rf, Jo D r . D E H . XV-ll .1 n N actlchk Sta' lex DC w. Ro! lol. E Wl N , , 1 w "u - X for , Ja V- Far wsley, Ru K all D 1 Q Er , ' . , ,. S, . 7 , l .. n S ' , ,lam n R ' Ju . ' 3 a e , , J. 1 D '. ri Jolefc ea ly, Sh l wh, ZL,...l ,f ,.-, x l-lome Room 302 Row Row Row Melvln Beasley Mary Ann Burd Audrey Pearson an Charles Burch Donald Bunch Thurman Conrad Lawrence Kooprnan Wlllsam Burkhart Fnnley Brown David Bush Pat Burke Don Brown Paul Bush Charles Smith Lloyd Stucky Rea Brngzht Bettye Brooks Mary Bryant Betty Brndges Vera Bownnan Mary Tevns Patsy Breen Barbara Colwell Barbara Craycroft Patrncua Carper Phyllns Holdcraft Mary Marcum Betty Campbell Crystal Colm Betty Blnder Jewell Combs Home Room 309 Row 3 Wnlluam Allstott Ruchard Newklrk Wayne Baumgartle Frank Stemle John Staashelrn Don Muller Davld Allgood Donald Smith Row 2 Glen Bobeau James Stamper Robert Anderson Maryln Bennett Norma Atkunson Lenla Sherman Jack Oard Dean Muller Row l Patrrcua Aemmer Emma Anderson Beatruce Banet Vlrgnnxa Jores Joyce Barley Marilyn Anders Ann Biggs Delores Atkuns Delores Bennett Juanita Beanblossom Home Room 3 l O Row 3 Row Row l Wllllam VanCader Terry Thom Wnllnam l.Nrught Wnlllam Whute Jerry Tyler Walter Townsend Rnchard Black Junre Weatherholt Andy Wllson Wallnam Wnlson Wnlllam Weusbach Wnllnam Sparks Paul Smnth Kenneth Wells Ronald Whute Davad Trnbbey Rnchard Trlpure Jane Wate Sharon Weber Lotus Stephenson Vlrgnnla Ward Jean Wllluams Joyce Watkuns Verna Stnller Mary Wolfe Thelma Tenney lll 2 f A T- 1 .4 I n ' T7 Q sw I S 4. w V I 'X . . , I A T 1 f f A 'it Row 4: Rnchard Pugman ,,,, . 3: s , ' . , ' , , , , , . 22 , ,,,, 1 , , , l: , , , ' , ' , , 3 , ' , 1. Y l A , r Home Room Llbra ry Row Row Row Row ll2 Joe Wlnter Robert Stover Kenneth Shnvel Harry Tuttle Tom McKnm Dentord Terry Robert Mason James Nance James Carpenter Donald Rough James Kron Ron ld Love George Sloan Wlllram Edwards Arnold Jones Dale Haws Robert Curd Jack Moore George Wlmp Edward Douglas Earl Ferguson Dorene Berry Joyce Moore Archleln Hook Jean Jordan Doris Brewer Gladys Coedeker Nancy Allen Marcella Muller Carol Mathes Norman Osborne Jo Ann Wnlluams Myra Warren Juanva Dyer Evelyn Korbe Donna Kay Locey Emma Lou Rnely Jan Ann Kung Home Room l O7 Row 3 Jerry Thomas John Thompson Thomas Steproe Frcderlck Tlnuus Wrllnam Vnllner Margaret Stromlre Charles Treece Bonnie Stephens Katherlne Terrell Joyce Tabar Martha Stewart Alncna l-lollabaugh Marnlyn Townsend Sheila Steproe Betty Masterson Patrlcna Vovgnuer Barbara Velt Row l Home Room 203 Row J Harold VonAllme-'v Fred Vow!-Xllmen Frank VonAIlmen James Walk Dorm Weler Rnchard Wllson Jerry Weber John Wells James Wrlght Jack Wnlllam Row Ray Waltrnp Layetta Wlmp Bertha Mayfleld Marlene Wolfe Kay Ylnglnng Vlrgunua Wennnng Eileen Welch Callie Walters Suzanne Nvoltord Vnwan lwehlu Clorla Vor'AIlmer1 Jane Whntaker Thelma Wnlsoh Shelley Wolf Bonnle Wflgon Dora Ann Worden Joyce Wensbach Patrncla Woodruff Phyllls Wnght Patrlcna Wntt Row l 4: . 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'Q Home Room 207 Row 3 Row 2 Row l Clary Allen Jeffrey Arcemont Clarence Banet Eugene Baron Thomas Benbrook Kenneth Bennett Ronald Beard Davrd Baylor Davld Brlgham Lee Burk Robert Chappelle Charles Baer Shrrley Barley Clorra Belvly Zoerado Bacot Treva Agan Rosella Andres Raymond Andres Damon Best Stanley Aebersold Mary Lenst Edna May Adams Norma Atklns Agnes Ball Delores Archer Ruta Becht Carol Barkes Ann Bcngamln Joan Atklns Dorls Banet Home Room 2lO Elvln Renn Darrell Martln Leland Peyton Albert Reschke Melvin Rake Albert Rrce Wllllam Poston Gordon Rodgers Hugh Rowley Wllllam Rowley Dorrs Radclnff Suzanne Rlley Norma Peterson Mary Purcell Jerry Reed Robert Reeder Donna Plummer Nadnne Keller Mary Rose Renn Vsrglnla Pleu s Shrrley Martln Georgann Rasmussen Jetta Martin Joyce Robertson Llnda Reeves Yvonne Pressell Row 3 Row 2 Row l Home Room 213 Jacquelrne Shea John Schlckel Wrlbur Smrth Buddy Scharrer Chester Smlther Lours Schnell Kenneth Scharf Betty Schmitt Pat Flynn Carolyn Shultz Dorls DuVaIl Ramona Slnex Patrlcla Snnex Donna Spencer Sue Tretter Shlrley Snyder Janlce Smrth Nancy Shacklett Mary Lou Snnex Marllyn Shaffer Nancy Shlvel Vrrglnla Lange Betty Schmutt Martha Smrth Leta Snlder, Mary Katherlne Schlckel Beulah Smlth, Dons Shatter Row 3 Row 2 Row l ll3 A " I " v ' -... 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Room 3Ol Pete Corrao Harry Dempster Norman Cocmes Jack Deason Dyer James Falkenstem Joseph DeVore George DeArt4 Donald Eadens Peggy Elll Ellrott Luella Deal Eva Ellenturand Sharon Llhs Nancy Parks Loss Crayden Peggy Du aquler Dons Crum Ida Cralg Helen Duggms Joyce Cooper Roger Dannenfelser Samuel Cordra Samuel Smlth Rlcharcl Duffy James Carolyn Duvall Herman Detrlck Leroy Cooke James Corcoran Robert Home Room 303 Row Jack Harrls Wnlllam Fou hee Lowell Farmer Austun Frentz LeRoy Lohman John Couldung Barry Harrzson James Lewls Wnllnam Hampton Jean Fultlneer Rosallne Fulks Betty Greenwood Carolxn Furlong Janlce Fenger Betty Garland Elv aoeth Hardln Theodore Lee Judlth Flex cher Patrlcla In er Ann Cranger Jean Parrlno Joan Cutkese JoAnn Hanna Shnrley Carvnn Nellle Hargls Allce Harper Delores Fllckner Row 'V Row l Home Room 30-l Row 4 Row J Rolnert Macllson Wllllam Kelley Henry Klme Cale Doughmlllcr Arthur LaDulfe Ronald Kla en Donald James Jon Kcmple Rolcrt Knootw Leroy Malott Melvnn James Rlchard Lanham Marshall LaDuke Paul Kraft Cc-lc ta Jahn Mary Kirk Jenalee Johor Mary Kamer Margaret Lamb Carol Kamer Llllnan Jackson POEEV Johnson Loss Johnson Ma clalcne Korbe Mary Chrustune Koch Loule Kaffe Sharon Koehler Alpha Lynch Bernnece Jacolul Darlene Kaestner Janell Kung Rhonda Lynch Naoml Jordan Row Row l .-,A i 1 A, .,,,,, lf' - . 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Home Room 305 Row ROW Row Row Norman Mehu er James Padgett Frank Marguet Donald Mcvlanus Pau' Peay Ronald Mules Arthur Mclirm Dale Mundy Charles Johnson Cary Nanz Pat Parker Paul Oldom Dennis Murphy Jerry Mlssr James Muller PBYFICIB Owen Mary Ollls Joyce Mnttag Dons McKnnney Yvonne Motslnger Darlene McCulloch Chester Redden Carolyn Maraman Lcota Ogden Mary Patton Marllyn McKlm Patrrcna Mlller Connie Manus Carrre McClure Margaret Moulder Shrrley Pans Rose Morgan Home Room 306 Row 3 George Huth Prerce Hurley James Hawkrns James Hurt Robert Harvey Edgar Marven Calvin Hoke Chester Ho ea Row Joseph Humphrey Frank Helton Jack Hoglen Martha Hollowell Charlotte Hunt Shnrley Hoover Joseph Proctor Wrllvam Hartman Leonard Hobbs Rowl Phyllrs Hassett Doris Hull Mary Hrnton Nancy Hollowell Betty Hock Ann Henn Irene Hubler Jeanette Llttle Loss Heldman Jean Hntner Home Room Lrbrary Munel Blnne James Campbell John Bryant Paul Lenfert Paul Carpenter Cale Chaffln Emmltt Chnstuan Wrllram Buck James Coffman James Lenox Donald Butterfneld Larry Stephenson Cus Bezy Homer Carpenter Wrlllam Broadus Harry Prlestley Robert Combs John Blunk Louus Bllne Norma Brown Donna Len Flossue Lewis Madeline Smuth Delorxs Prlddy Anuta Smuth Llnda Bowen Wanda Boyken Dolores Casey Joseph Cheser Evelyn Campbell Dons Brandt Anna Bottles Judith Bocard Mary Brown Donna Clark Dons Bomersbach Jo Ann Blsmger Marllyn Clark Earlene Braden Row 4 Row 3 Row 2 Row l H5 "Quin-'1"", ' A . . 1 .. 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Home Room Annex l Row 4 Jac Eastman Joseph Dosch Leon Elwanger James Erdman Row 3 Paul Emery Donald Dyer Zane Ellrott Jerome Schrndler Donald Farrell Jo eph Euler Larry Duffy Alan Ernbrey John Flora Row 2 Janet Frsher Delores Farth Ola Mae Eclmonson Aurrlra Dohoney Betty Fessel Lrnda Endrcott Ruta Ann Jones Rosalre Endrns Nancy Dou las 'anlce Elmore Rowl Mary Farabee Marlorre Farnsley Betty Flora Jacquelrne Dyer Llnda Flock Shrrley Feller Nancy Barnes Lucrlle Dorsey Betty Phrlpott Shurley Ellrott Catherine Dohoney Home Room Annex 2 Row3 Kenneth Froman Eugene Hartman Larry Gardner Herbert Fenwrck Clyde Goodman Ted Graver Tum Furlong James Habermel Wrllnam Goebel Charles Purvrs Row2 Jerry Hall Lew Hartley Wrllram Hargrave Carol Gohman Sue Hammett Patsy Gehrrng Patrrcra Harrrson Barton Hartsock Garnett Hassett John Harless Eugene Grantz Row l Joyce Fulkerson Mary Lou Hardrn June Hart Lesta Gastlneau Drusrlla Kung Patsy Gorman Mary Ann Foster Anne Fulkerson Margaret Haws Patrrcra Lynch Oma Hardesty Home Room Annex 3 Row 4 Tom Jenkrns Herbert Powell Guy Jenkrns Leon Hensen Wrllram Jaegers Row 3 Stanley Howard Wrllram Jackson Jerry Hodge Joe Hock Crosby Houston Jerry Hockersmrth Ernest Hollman Clrfford Hoke John Hoffman Row 7 George Jaynes Vrrgrnua Hosea Esther Hurt Jo Ann Jones Ruth Hurt Norma Jean Hrrth Ann Hesltn Glenda Jacob: Stewart Hrckerson John Hollrs Rowl Paulrne Hollrs Shurley Humphrey Betty Huff Carol Huebner Judrth Horlancler Elrzabeth Hublard Carolyn Hrnes, Dolores Jolrssarnt Marlan Jordan, Patrrcra Howell , an ,yyy J K A 4, at , I . ... 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'H '11 F Home Room Annex 4 Home Room Annex S Rw3 Row2 Row l ll8 James Kesler Arthur Karne Melvnn K che lxed Kerr John Largent Cordon Lamb Harold Krueger Charles Huffman Cale Lamb Janet Kraus Marlene Mader Marnlyn Lane Sharon Klnnger Barbara Lace fleld Ronald Lambert Jack Kahoe Wayne Kung Rrchard Keller Joyce Larner Ruta Kruer Joyce Kurnes Nancy Kemp Dorns Kung Barbara KIDCJCYFPBIN Irma Kessler Stella Kochert Myrna Jones Martha Karnes Home Room Annex 6 Row3 Charles Pamplln Lynn Oates Marynn Row 3 Row Row l Nrchols Tern Owen Warren Nash Harold React Paul Ram ey Charles Owens Marvun Nlcholson Row Jane Murray Shxrley Padgett Imogene Mueller Marr lyn Oberhausen Mary Odell Merrclth Neal Martha Peck Nancy Neely Donna Nance Ronald Reed Row l Dors Murphy Allce Parsons Beverly Radclnff Caro lyn Motsunger Delores Rerdlnger Jo Ann Po ton Mary Lou Morrns Margaret Rakes Betty Newkrrk Lnnda Radclrff Barney Pnerce Joe Muller Jo Moulder Leroy Muller Frank Mater Edward Me mer Carl McCoy James Mrvelaz Carl McCutcheon Wrllnam McDonald Ronald Muller l-1al Leuchharctt l-larry Lee Kathryn Lucrk Elanne Martln Patrncla Mayfueld Patrlcna Mc Closher Dayrd Marsh Allen McCampbell Wayne McCollum Maxrne Lynch Bobble Ann Logrton Sue Longet Betty McCutchen.n Margarute Len Lettle Lethlg Shrrlcy Lc-was Arleen Luallen Sally Leffler Shrrley Mahoney Sharon Lynch Home Room Annex 7 Row 3 Don Rosenberger Frank Ren ert Charles .,.L.. ...LIZ -Y.. Rus ell Louls Renn John Schlen ker Kenneth Schad Jerry Ryland Wesley Rucker Jack Scharrcr Ecvxard Scharf Row Paul Rlder Charles Schad Charles Roberson Marnlyw Rnce Vlartha Rlcharctson Pan y R we Reglna Rough Robert Really Wrlllam Schardern Wllllam Rough Row l Martha Rrtz Carolyn Rlppy Marcella Rollr on Mary Saunders Vrrglnua Rl lnger Patty Roberson Martha Sandbach Nadlre Rupp Dorothy Rlsler Dons Scharrer Margaret Rowe 1 , , , F . - . ' "" Q V4 l I . 35, . J. . A ' 33 ' g Wei J ' ,. 3 L , tg 3 . A 1 V' N J ' 4-u I I A F IM' -. V I 1 ' 1 ' , It ' gy N A Zi, 'fm D , "if N ' I 1 W A A, A I Q ,.-.L.. L ,- N 1 -Q ,C V W J Q l I. . y i J fi I ' 9 T Life , ' f ' 1 1 A ,L Q S1 , ye 1, , 'fflf ,' K ,J Q J g, . 1 g J, A S ' 1 "M A l ' fe. .. L 4, l C C, ,X Q QQ F- L... ff' ' is . l 1 -,nr ,......L J... .L ,,,......-. Home Room Annex 8 Row 3 Harvey Spntznagel Earl Staton Larry Spcrzel Robert Staser James Snhkhorn Otto Smnth Ronald Shewmaker Raymond Snnder Harold Shutters Robert Sprnnkle Row 2 Ronald Smnth Audrey Smelser Nnna Schrader Sharon Schuler Mary Lou Sharp Jcralyn Smnth Robert Shrewsbury Gene Speedy Arthur Smlth Gene Smlth Row l Shnrley Shaffer Call Srmth Therese Soergel Rose Slngleton Cherne Smnth Manlyn Snyder Sharon Smnth Dolores Schultz Shella Sheets Nancy Shallers Home Room Annex 9 ROW Row Row Row Kenneth Stearlcy Thomas Ulruch Steven Luallen Walter Stern Roy Strickland Joe Sllder George Underhull Robert Tlndall Donald Summers Wnlllam Price Karl Utrecht Lloyd Stephens Edward Tenney Lawrence Very Vlrgunua Vncroy Elma Thomas Betty Vallandungham Donna Strnegel Joyce Sweet Suzanne Tucker Sharon Stemle Nancy Stnllman Joe Summers Carolyn Thompson Vlrgunua Stone Joan Tether Carolyn Vance Ann Mann Jan Mann Wanda Thorn Norma Schaefer Dorothy Tevls Sharon Stubblefleld Home Room Annex lO Row 4 James Walker Ralph Webb Nat Walnscott Darvln White James Yeager Thomas Weddle Wllllam Wlttmer Robert Wolfe Robert Welch James Wnnter Earl Wnnbun Hartford Zurschmuede Walter West Hurschel Warren Wayne Weddlng Larry Wllcoxson Ruchard Ward Cary Walk Tommy Walker Joe Wampler Mardell Wlllnams Doris Yates Beverly Young Glenna Young Patncna Volpert Joyce Zurschmlede Robert Yost Ronald Wnlson Helene Zemon Patsy Weddnng Terry Zahnd Carol Wnlson Martha Wolfe Carolyn Whlte Dorothy Wesbecker Vera Wate Mary Zoellers Joyce Waterbury Row 3 Row 2 Row l ll9 H 7' ' "W " R l ' .4,J.'1,"""T7'f A K5 l ' E g ,4 A Q A-- T , 'L ,, 'I .. . 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Cogswell 529 Pearl Street Phone 5 8007 NEW ALBANY INDIANA 49 a N- EIA BUSH KELLER CO ,Wfznfy If NEW ALBANY INDIANA l Phone 5 6751 Lew! I Qt' f D ll .-WV figs-LAL ev- H- qs' Q A e Y . A -I 0 ' I I 340 Vincennes Street w . '-??'1Ss"" ' 'Q I Q. rf - HORACE J CHASE CHASE STUDIO 310 Bank Street Phone4 1822 New Albany Indiana The man behind the camera for the Senior Blotter pictures We are proud ofthe Class of 'SI - its officers, its membe's - - t accornp islfmcnts -- its high 'eas Youaet eleadeso Ne Albany bus ess a oc al a u to al ay fe I y d Clos to man s sto e ne t Ne Alb n IS hom of ARROW SHIRTS SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES DOBBS HATS INTERWOVEN HO EPROOF HOSE RUGBY SWEATERS SWANK JEWELRY B V D PRODUCTS SUPERBA NECKWEAR Jam BMMIWII, SOCIETY BRAND CQTIIES Ill PE R T SPRING!-MAR ET NEW ALBANY HOOSIER CABINET CO Tray and Chambers Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2252 CENTRAL WELDING G' BRAZING COMPANY PORTABLE EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING AND CUTTINC- AUTOMATIC DEFROSTINCI PLUS A BEAUTIFUL ELECTRIC CLCCK ALL IN ONE UNIT' Elm ates messy de st C ou et eps food f e h lo ge No more food odo s a es p to ct b n adgust et eces say D osts t e hou s A sol tely oselc s Sta t a a te-ed ag st de e mate al a o kma sh p 2 9 East Fourth Street Phone 5 7441 A T 808 E 8th Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA FACTORY AND MAIN OFFICE NEW ALBANY INDIANA I24 Id l . r he tutur r f . w in rid s I life, and we w nt yo w s e friendf an e this ' r --the f: 5 in W a y. It ' the e - 0 0 0 0 . -- L ' 0 0 0 0 O ALS.0Belw0rl '1 5 W I in - fro ing and leaning y rr 'rigeratcn i' Ke r Vs n r. f 5 A . 'A' S v u 30 on n I1 I ele ric ills. , 'Ne--"'i""'f,,I i' Completely automatic, if o ' m n r - 11, ' E, i' Eff WIC in 2-I 'F b u n i s . I if Self r ing. if Cu r n ain - fectiv ri nd w r n I , ll ' C O Southern lndlanas Leading Store for Women and Children WW Betty Ott assists Thelma Day in selecting a new Spring coat. I 1 l I HELMANS Ill NEW ALB NY CLOTHING JEWELRY FURNITURE APPLIANCES NEW ALBANY et IBSE Maker te LOUISVILLE Corner Fou th and Llberty I I M H -gl NEW ALBANY LUMBER CO S5 -asf-Lf' C Robert Brooks 6' Son REALTORS INSURORS 349 Vuncennes Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2752 Tnres Batteries and Accessorues VIC GUNTERMAN S STANDARD SERVIC Stare and Sprung Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8980 TOYS GI FTS HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS ARROW SUPPLY CO Flshnng Huntlng and Shooting Equrpment I5th and Sprung Streets Phone 5 SSI7 New Albany Indnana Grocerues Meat Vegetables SI-EUCI' S GROCERY 2326 Shelby Street Phone 4 3362 NEW ALBANY INDIANA BROWNIE S CON FECTION ERY Your Friendly Corner Vrncennes and Culbertson NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8097 GRAF AUTO COMPANY DODGE and PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS MO PAR ENGINEERED PARTS SALES and SERVICE Phe e 4 6-IO9 323 V cennes St eet NEW ALBANY INDIANA I26 4 E o O ' ' ' -. -, uv A l-2 . e 1 tr-'lo no wnu svn 314 Pearl Stre 0 I33 - . r S r et V , D . I I O I 2 ' 5 . I 1 tk O I n - I in r PAUL C BERRY REERIoERATIoISI SERVICE 24 Hour SGFVICE on CommercIal AIr CondItIonIng and Refngeratnon Anywhere Any Make Member 2109 E E m Street New Albany Phone 5 6314 Compllments ot MANN Construction Company NEN ALBANY INDIANA 215 East 18th Street Phone 5 8261 L Thorn Company, Inc Double Seven Tlre Service 1919 VIncenneS Street OLDEST AND LARGEST Manufacturers of CONCRETE PRODUCTS AND OUALITY T RE RECAPPERS IN SOUTHERN INDIANA 23 Years on Mann Street BURIAL VAULT5 NEW TIRES TUBES BATTERIES Phone 4 6434 Phone 4 481 1 Corner West FIrSt and MaIn NEW ALBANY INDIANA 127 O I Refrigeration Service Engineers Society I - . I I Q Q O .J A X I ,J O B R U C E F 0 X WROUGHT METALS INC Manufacturers of FINE CIFTWARE AND TROPI-IIES Pearl Street Phone 4 6459 NEW ALBANY INDIANA FLOYD COUNTY BANK NEW ALBANY INDIANA 5-F:-QFD? f fff FLOP1 I ST ml 'I EE ' I' NEW ALBANY INDIANA Fnnest In Flowers for Forty Years Flowers Telegraphed Phone 4 ZIBI NEWBYS ICE CREAM STORES CONES PINTS QUARTS I-IALF CALLONS GALLONS I2 FLAVORS 926 Vlncennes Street ISOI East Sprung Street QOI West Mann Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA I 0 1 vg5.,. 1 E 'iff B' T21- .QQQISIII ,, , ,,. I f as , A ' jf,-'x - A441 f e- I - ff I flf i' I , r .Q ,, . I-IF-gr. WJ . I l I 9. -I I, M., I2 I 7 5 I LVEPI STP-EET Q,-A-1 -1 V4 ,, ,qI:..w N-q,.:cv, 0 ,K .I-I ,I 'pg I -,fg 'I Ir' 1., - 41'-.-,M ., m-, ,wg-,',.-.-Y..v'.'v,. CII 3, .lx .1 0 KC ' - !I I I P V ' HESTER B STEM INCORPORATED Grant Lune Road New Albany Indiana The Flavors In Favor CREAM SODA LEW I ROOT BEER ORAN E GRAPE GINGER ALF C J MUllER BEVERAGE C0 . 0 MIQINX 0 f G o Q C l , ' o Fowf , Iniionr W Woolworth Company SERVES You STORE AND CAFETERIA Market and Pearl Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Qsnxfg AQ, E Home of Ray dlant Cleanlng an Ray Kool Funlshnng Pearl Street Phone 4 2287 Buy Wnth Confidence REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE walter 5 Smyth 5' 5 INSURE WITH US IT PAYS Unron Savnngs Building Phone 5 6635 Compllments of H M SWITZER Manufacturmg Co Inc 808 E Enghth Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 526l For Quick Delivery of All Quality Foods a STEMLE S MARKET Vincennes at Charlestown Road Phone 4 0l3I NEW ALBANY INDIANA WHITE SWAN SANDWICH SHOP HAIVIBURC-ERS SHORT ORDERS 338 Vincennes Street Phone 5 8096 NEW ALBANY INDIANA Lone Star Lumber Co Where It IS a Pleasure to Buy Phone 5 5609 Slate Run Road at Charlestown Road Compliments of SUN FIRE STOKER CO 802 East Enghth Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2277 ' I A 0 T f 2 Nl , ? d ' 83l - . on - Jane W. 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C ll I Marcella Murphy and Frank Marguet are pictured an the furniture depart ment of the Rensz store Young People Wlll Tell You RCISZ S A Good tore To Know Young couples and older couples learn that Reusz IS a good store to know whether you are turnushnng your turst home on a Iumnted budget or redecoratnng your larger home more lavnshly We give every customer our unduvuded personal a tentuon You and your home and happuness are very Important to us CONGRATULATIONS' NJe congratulate the class of aol on your tune Splrnt and a complushments We are ad to be represented nn your personal copy of this years JENIOR BLOTTER I f bl me DU 'Calm New ALBANY, INI: SAI.:-:M lNo SAFETY AND PROFIT FOR SAVERS AND INVESTORS be V :mn JJ lrstlfederalsavln s AID LOAN ISSOCIITIOI g SIE iE vqwQM mf aw, saw PETERY HEDDEN OFFICE APPLIANCES I33 East SprIng Phone 5 SZI5 4I5PeaI Phone552I5 Abay da Royal Typew te s N Potable a d Used es S c Re as an Equp et T e so Ref ge ators Maytag Wash g Machmes New Albanys Authonzed Dealer Ot Orange Blossom Dlamond Rlngs EIgIn Hamllton and Bulova Watches Irlon and Wolf Jeweler I3I East SprIng Street EVANS CLOTHES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY S ZI7 ZI9 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA New A'ba'n'V "'d'a"a Phone 4 2893 Phone 4 56OI KAISERS TOBACCO STORE SUNSHINE HATCHERY 4I9 East Market Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 5249 326 Pea I St eet Phone 5 567I bay d Compluments of John Vernia and Son Fl0Yd COUNTY MONUMENTS Fraternal Order of Police Pearl and Elm Streets State and Spring Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Nev' Albany IndIana phone 4 6032 I r ..............,..... - J-fsz - New I n, In I na .J ' 'MQ - TI r - ew, r , n o I o , Sal , ervu e, ntl F 'Iggy Photo ra hic Su lies Cameras kkj. E or new AI.lAuv 3 p pp I N' 91" I . d I rn n X, I 'I' U .Y new ALBANYSINDIIIII el viin ri r In A . . - . O I I I - , - r r - New AI n , In Iana Wmime .., ?"""' f ..-f-,if I gl' E f fl QS With You In Mind MARY USES HER HEAD There has never been room for eyestraun In W3 Marys currnculuml Thats one good rea son for those hugh grades and a good reason for her pep and popularsty tool ,M Eyestraln means eye fatngue that often leads g to permanent eye lnyury So take a tlp f""""'N" from Mary conserve your energy and save your eyes' No matter what the fu tur holds for you a job college or what ever you plan to do make sure you have C-OOD LIGHT rught snze bulbs and glare tree Ilghtmg And remember when you establush a home of your own protect X X the vnsnon of your whole famnly wnth RIGHT LIGHT' PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA INC H1 I ,W f x I A 1314 X farfizrz 'X ,vw Af 444' 1'4QL'f1' iff? x' 1 ,V e f 1 , I s 1,7 F Z . E .Y X .b 7 r ' V f If Q5 1 za, ,LI J : X Q W I! 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Riddle and Company PLANINC MILL LUMBER AND IVIILLWORK Phone 4 254I Sprung and Floodwall NEW ALBANY INDIANA DOUGHERTY'S DRUG STORE I4I 9 East Spr ne Street Phone 4 2153 LUMBER COMPANY M I3th and Dewey Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 5253 LAD AND LASSIE SHOP Phone 4 O32I 332 Vvncennes Street R I PARR G' SON PLUMBING AND HEATINC 542 Beharrell Ave Phone 4 4594 Cornpluments of NEW ALBANY STEAM LAUNDRY INC DRY CLEANERS LINCS P f C A SILLINC Qualuty Foods at Reasonable Prices CHOICE IVIEATS FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES JERRY S MARKET I8th and Sprung Streets Phone 4 O45I NEW ALBANY INDIANA The Food You Enjoy Is At BURD S CONFECTIONERY 330 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2622 I O - L U - B I R O O C I32-I36 East Main Phone I23 New Albany, Ind. I - C. E. SIL , residen , . S, Vice Pres. I I TRI CITY AUTO SUPPLY DISTRIBUTOR OF GENUINE PARTS 506 8 Pearl Street Phone 4 ZZOI New Albany Indiana LOUIS WOLF MEAT MARKET Corner First and Market Streets Phone 4 O6I I NEW ALBANY, INDIANA - A f-, -- I ,M , -f I .my f I ' I E T SLIDER INC ZOI East Market Street COAL SAND GRAVEL BUILDING MATERIALS Phone 4 2256 or 5 6687 CORA A JACOBS CO REAL ESTATE INSURANCE MORTGAGE LOANS Southern lnclnana s Leading Real Estate Fnrm East Sprung Street Phone 4 64l4 NEW ALBANY INDIANA HARGO OIL COMPANY GAS AND FUEL OIL I6Ol East Ma n Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8957 or 5 8888 LYNNS FOOD MARKET Complete Lune Eree Delivery 920 Vnncennes Street Phone 4 ZI 7l DR R J VANCE OPTOMETRIST Office At Coopers Drug Store 336 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 4622 DAY LUMBER COMPANY Department Store of the Building lndustry Phone 4 64 7 I5th and Shelby SPRING STREET VARIETY SHOP IIOI Sprun Str et Phone 5 SC36 HOSPITAL PHARMACY East 7th and Sprung Phone 5 656l NEW ALBANY INDIANA Just Call Thats All o Q I 0 . . I4I ' - 1 5 of 140 East Main Street FROZEN FOODS- FRESH MEATS . g e ' WILLIAMS BAKERY Bakers of the Better Things I 15 East Market Street Phone 4 2259 NEW ALBANY INDIANA SANITARY DISPOSAL SN INDIANA GAS 84 WATER COMPANY INC aa - 11 2 x "X i - .,.i:A.,,:,., f - 1' xt I 57 TRASH-GARBAGE "- YYV H -V ,f-4 S' ff' I M 1.2 f' - fig' I l RETAILER'S SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ZI4 East Elm NEW ALBANY, IND. Phone 4-4749 SEARS Truck and Crane Service C O N T R A C T O R S 7OI Pearl Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Vern C. Sears Phone 5-689I M. A. STEINERT'S COMPLETE Eooo MARKET Open Evenings and Sundays Phone 4 4548 I7I7 Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY INDIANA E. M. 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When Better Automobiles Are Bullt BUICK Wall Bulld Them Thnrd and Market Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 6668 NORTHSIDE CLEANERS can 4 1992 Of' QUALITY CLEANINC Hats Cleaned and Blocked Dyelng PICK UP AND DELIVERY I2I3 State Street New Albany lndnana Your Favorite Store In NEW ALBANY DEPARTMENT STORE NEW ALBANY IND Always The Most for Your Money BANKINC INVESTMENTS INSURANCE BUSINESS LOANS AMERICAN BANK FEDERAL I-IOUSINC LOANS QU I II9 Fast Sprln Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 6664 4 f A CCmp'oIo Bnwkln fr.Ico Iflsby E 'dinff 8 Charles H Schmutt Jr has presented Barbara Lancaster senuor of New Albany Hugh School a Lane munuatu.ure uewel chest Thus same Lane chest wull be guven to every senuor gurl uccessful un beung graduated fronc NAI-lS her brother may present her wuth a Lane chest Where Qualuty us Featured at Lower Cost furnlture Co Marcella Miller suggests to Betty Schmitt that if she works hard and is I O ROBERTS AND STRACK VENEER COMPANY INC Manufacturers ot Foreign and Domestnc VENEERS AND LUMBER Box I89 Phone 3 6624 NEW ALBANY INDIANA PAYNE MOTORS Phone 5 5296 302 East Market Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Compluments of BERNARD J WEBER R EALTO R Phone 4 S973 317 Bank Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA I O Ford Soles ond Service PACE 81 SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Commercial Inclustraal Resldentlal Waring NEW ALBANY LOUISVILLE KY JEFFERSONVILLE Congratulations to the Class of I95I 0 Sf be g M NEW ALBANY INDIANA 4-I I33 CLay 6127 3-3373 NAICO SALES, INC. 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I n . i ' i . I Walters Pont-lac, Inc. r n r n " ' I- nin wi ' . i r i n n I v , . .. Q. . ,V SMITH AUTO C0. CHRYSLER 1: PLYMOUTH :L C-MC TRUCKS Large Selection of Good Used Cars Phone 5-6674 State and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY, INDIANA WILLIAM S MOOK GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 4 3286 Vrrglnla Avenue New Albany Indiana Howell Makes the House the Home HCWELL FURNITURE CO 3I5 State Street Phone 4 2203 NEW ALBANY INDIANA THE OLDEST BAN4 IN FIOYD COUNTY IS THE Mutual Trust and Deposit Company Federal Deposut Insurance Corporatron Comm r Ial Real Estate and Federal Reserve System Personal Loans 322 Pearl Street Phone 4 ZZSI New Albany Induana Q I I I - I Member Cl'e:I4'nfz and Savings Accounts fab x 44 0.91'3t, 4 eNN"5 -will STATE SI MW my- x"t"'T """"'1 1 ,.. M.. ..,.X Af-A-WA" T l V Q I ll . 5 1 ' l ' l , l . ll T ' , l l 0 ' l v l lx .. Q , N U H, li ,ff Z 1 S!1'i1fif535 ' ' 'lallll lt 'x l wwf? "4 A ' ' A Q9 X A Ag3gg:ig:,. 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SHEPHERD AND ROGERS GENERAL coNTRAcToRs SCHULZ S Iver I-Inlls Phone 5 5651 NEW ALBANY INDIANA L THQRN AND SONS The Senior Blotter EED S S urges you to potronlze 223 225 State Street the firms odvertlslng NEW ALBANY INDIANA ln this section Phone 4 37II Buy with Confidence Satlstactlon Guaranteed or Your Money Back Complete Merchandise Selections for the Famnly and the I-lome WEARINC- APPAREL NOTIONS HOME FURNISHINGS 3l9 Pearl Street New Albany Indiana TI-IE UNIGN NATIONAL BANK NEW ALBANY INDIANA A Complete Banking and Trust Service Member Federal Depost Insurance Corporatuon Your Friendly Store your senror annuaI edrtor and prrnter go over IrnaI copy I9 FOR A DEPENDABLE PRINTING SERVICE all NATIONAL PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS PUBLISHERS ENCRAVERS 217219 E. MAIN ST. NEW ALBANY, IND. JOHN J LIPPS J PAUL LIPPS ROBERT L LIPPS Edi J B d' y cus py ' h J h I J. 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Byrne Brooks Brooks Brooks Brooks Brown Brown Brown Brown Barbara Edlth Joan Mary Elrzabeth 30 38 Rnchard Allen Delbert Donald Fnnley Brown Lons Sandra Brown Marlan Jane I9 Brown Brown Brown Brown Bryant Bryant Buck Mary Norma Jean Sandra Sue Sara Lee John Thomas Mary Cather1ne Wllllam Edward Bunch Donald Burch Charles Burchett Patrncra Ellzabeth Burd Mary Ann 24 30 38 Burden Coleen Burger Rlchard Allen Burke Mary Ann Burke Pat Cassm Burkhart W1ll1am Ray Bush Dav1d Thomas Bush Paul Butler Patrlcla Ann Butner James Butterfleld Donald Bruce Byers Wllla Dean Byrd John Byrd Roberta Byrley Janet Louuse Cahalan Marllyn Ramona Camm Donald lrvnn Campbell Campbell Campbell Carpenter Carpenter Carpenter Dav1d Rnchard Evelyn Adrlanne James Homer James Ronald Paul Albert Carper Patrncla Ann Carter Robert Casey Dolores Ellzabeth Casey Patrlcla Jo Caufleld Arthur Thomas Caylor Dav1d Arthur Chaffun C-ale Chappelle Robert Elston Cheser Joseph Lee Chlnn Patrlcla Arlene Ch 1 t1an Emmltt Chr1st1ansen Patrncla Ann Claflm Paul Clark Donna Lucllle Clark Marllyn Cather1ne Clark Pete Clayton Jeanette Clayton Robert Clements Mary Jane Cockrum Robert Eugene Coffman James Thomas Coffman Robert Lee Cogswell Betty Jane Cole Austm A Colm Crystal Genevleve Col Inns Col Inns Colwell Colwell Combs Combs Condra Condra Condra Condra Conrad Conrad Geraldlne Patrlcla Sue Barbara Luculle Jeruanne Jewell Robert W1ll1am Patr1c1a Joanne Samuel Hopklns Stephen Charles Suzanne Dale DeVere Thurman Cook Conme Cooke Clark Leroy Cooley Jack Cooley Janet Faye Cooley Joe Ray Cooley Rlchard Coombs lrma Gayle Coomes Norman Joseph Cooper Mary Annetta Cooper Joyce Lorra1ne Corcoran James Corcoran Thomas Cord Martine Corrao Pete Cotner Robert Ray Cox D1x1e Rene Crady Ernest Louls Crady Donald Lee Craug Ida Crawford Anne Margaret Craycroft Barbara Lee Craycroft Evelyn Marne Crayden Loss Ellen Creamer Dorothy Ann Creech Floyd A Crum Dons Mae Crum Joan Loulse Crone Eugene Clarence Crone George Theodore Crosby Huston 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