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

 - Class of 1952

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People ..... ...... 1 9 Activities ....., ...... 5 5 Athletics ..... ...... 1 15 Advertising ....... ...... l 55 Q see people Stllllyllvi Students of N A H S hfne fat thclr d1SPOSll one of the most modern 1lbI'lI'lCh ln the st'1tc of Ind11n1 Page Sir ,vw O u 1 . . ., l 1 ' ' f . . ... . . . 2 ' X 1' zz. . yazyw-M , O h, 5 W . K :ia ,L W lelflxlnff gf, , 5. ,, A 1 wx. 'A , -l if-P '-"www ' I 1 Ag 'e"Tf3Q - ' "f zf, fx-as '1 ff A 1'!'Vzi1wQN. - :, v .",. g,. Y U U lmkx AIlLl'SLh1xL Imcr Sandhuh Nun Denny Don P131 Seznz Page Eff' fly, RNW Co-Captains of the football team, Gerry Huth and Ed XX'att, have the pleasure of kissing the 1951 Football Queen, Shirley Blackburn. . winning recognition Ifv, 4, ff-- ' 543 -3 -1414" fr. 5.x s- , A A ln , S f Q! a f. K , 4 3 L ,gg:w fr - 3.2 . i-Q ,4vl""" 2 1? ..-4-""" 3.4-Viv, . ..,,,k R :Q 75 -2223 g as 'fi Q Q 4 1' jf Q1 ,V v . ,QRS t ,V ., gg 4 'fdgilgigli V . , , ,W -P"IH'u-fl-iv ?,.,,h .. 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I 5 A. f--- ' ..- ,.u 1 A -e .. ,.o e 1 ho- -r NJ 3 -'Q Margie Spencer and Donna Foster wait t one of the twelve, weekly, student-prepare while Henry Demon makes a station break. and lll'llilIll'ilSlIIlQ o broadcast d programs 0 also suv people tumh , A group of thc lmys in the 'liumluling Clulw form '1 human pyramid during their activity period. . playing musir The New Albany High School orchestral in formal dress as they prepare to play for another special occasion. up ., I. 1 r ""'h,, 'UN , Q 'Q Q Y? .f-"" Bill XY'hite. president of the junior class, presents tle IUSI Prom Queen. liurlmra Allen. with Ll bouquet of FOSCE. .. revvixillg hun " and gaining llistinvliun The coxeteai Mantle of Knowledge is presented to -lim Robinson. xuledicroriim of the junior class. by ,Iuuniui Ther, valedicroriun of the senior class. at the Com- mencement exercises l'- ' 4 Q I 1 j N r is if Q . f Q ' lg if 1 if S' QE? 2, n ' s -3 gl , 2, as ffl -.2 Q g .pr t: 2.- ann: :xii an -' 8-V 'lu gl olpf gf o M ,Ez ' W. 6 U FILE... . . in this very important section of the book are people - seniors, underclassmen, faculty, super- visors, and employees, without whom there would be no N. A. H. S. All of these people, your friends, are here to remind you of the times you spent together at N. A. H. S. Mr Harry R Daudson supermtendent of New Albany cnty schools Administration It s a good school are words often heard around New Albany Sen1or High School We accept them to be true but perhaps we should stop and ask our selxes why they are What makes a good school? What makes any orgamzatnon good? Of course the answer IS leadershrp Under the leadershlp of Supermtendent Harry R Davldson the school board Prmclpal ALISIIII A Cole supervnsors, deans and the faculty a well balanced educat1onal program, wh1ch has m de the school accepted as one of the outstandmg schools nn the state of Indrana has been developed MEMBERS OF THE BOARD Dr Wrllxam Edwards Harry R Daudson Robert V' Harrls Jr Dr U S Wxdman I P1ge'Izzw11 Rf-lv q I NEW ALBANY INDIANA NX, "EES N. 0 0 I 1 1 L .1 1 U s , - - a s x ' 9 9 9 . . ' R , . . . ' , v . F. a ' - ' 1 ' 9 -1 ' ' ' ' '21-A . 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Y . i . , C x x - - 1 -" -CX ,' ' 3 , A ' -s Page Tu eng Tu 0 Row 1 MR GLEN BARKES Dxrector of Vocatnonal Educatnon MRS VIRGINIA R BIGGERSTAFF Art Art Apprecxatxon MISS JESSIE RUTH BOBB Bnology Row 2 MISS RUTH BRAEUTIGAM Socxology Psychology Umtcd States History Amerncan Prob lems Elementary Social Science Geography MR DELBERT A BROWN Biology Algebra General Math Semor Math Safety Health MR PAUL BURBRINK Agriculture Biology Rrw 3 MR ROBERT E CARTER Music Theory English MISS MARCELLA CASS Speech and Hearmg Therapnst MISS JANE CUTLER Secretary to Principal Row 4 MISS KATHRYN ELLIS Tvpmg Shorthand General Bus1 ness MISS ALMA FISCHER Safety Health MR PRENTICE E FISHER Indusrnal Arts Woodshop Voca txonal Buxldmg Trades Row 5 MR HARLEY F FRANCIS General Draftmg Archxtectural Draftmg MR ALBERT GEHLBACH Prmtmg MISS BELLE GENUNG Home Economics , . . . 2 u, . A , 1 - - Q 7 I ' 3 7 7 7 7 ' , . , Concert Choir, Cadet Choir, , . . 9 s ' , . Y 7 - 1 . l 5 Row 1 MRS JUDITH GRIGSBY Home Economncs MR HERMAN HARTMAN Head of Busmess Educatron De partment T y p 1 n g Shorthand Office Practxce MR EDMOND M HENNON Journalxsm Englrsh Row 2 MR FLOYDI HENRY F1rstAxd Safety Physxcal Educa non Drlver Traxnmg MR WILLIAM M HOFFMAN Bookkeepmg Typing Shorthand General Busmess MISS MARY I-IORNUNG Secretary rn General Ofhce Row 3 MISS NAOMI J KIRK Engllsh MR CALVIN KNOBELOCH Speech English MR DAVID MCCOOE Superintendent of Health and Physncal Educanon Row 4 MISS JESSIE MCCRACKEN Lrbrarran MR VERNON MCKOWN Dlrector of Audio Visual Alds MISS MARIAN MIDDLETON Llbrarnan Rau' 5 MR MELVINW MILGATE General Drafting Machine Draft mg MR M L MILTENBERGER Dnstrxbutnve Educatnon MISS MILASENT MITCHELL World History Umted States H15 tory Page Twenty Three . , . I Head of English Department, Page Twenty Four Row I MRS DOROTHY E MOTSINGER Elementary Socnal Scxence MISS KATI-IRYN MURRAY Home Economlcs MR A FIELDER MYERS Concert Band Orchestra Inter mednate Band R9w2 MRS MARCELLA M NICHOLAS Engllsh MR MARVIN V OAKES Radlo Amerncan Problems C1v ncs United States Hlstory Speech MR ROBERT K OENBRINK Umted States Hlstory Elementary Socxal Science Cxvncs Amerlcan Problems Row 3 MRS IRMA H PRITZ French Engllsh MR L S ROSE Chemistry Blology MR EMILW ROSS Machme Shop R1w4 MISS LEOTA RUSK Unlted States History Cnvlcs In ternatxonal Relatxons MRS DOROTHY RUSSELL School Nurse MISS MURIEL V RYALL English Rau 5 MR STANLEY SAJKO Bxology Safety F1rstAxd Physl cal Educatron MR KEITH E SHOCK Superxntendent of Supplxes and Mamtenance MRS EVELYN SIMMS Englxsh Elementry Soclal Scncncc Latm 9 s ' I . , I I I , . . J 9 ' -I I I I I , I 9 9 , . Head of Science Department, , . I . U .U , . . , - . , . V, . I . 1 .- , , . . is Rau I MR NORMAN M SMITH Trxgonometry Algebra Solxd Ge ometry Plane Geometry General Math Sennor Math MISS GRACE M STANTON Engllsh MISS EVA STEPHENSON Algebra Elementary Social ence Rau 2 MR HARRY L STOUT French German Spanish Eng IS MR ALEX E THOM Health Physxcal Educatlon Head Coach of Football and Track MISS OLLETA TYLER F nglnsh Rau 3 MR WILLIAM B VINCENT Typmg Shorthand Bookkeepmg General Busmess Vocational Math VIR CHARLES WELLS JR mg MISS RUBY WELLS Head of Mathematlcs Depart ment Algebra Plane Geometry Solxd Geometry General Math Row 4 MISS ALINDA WIDMAN Cafeterxa Manager MR MAY WIESMAN Algebra G e o m e t r y General Math Vocatxonal Math Physics MR ROBERT L WILLMAN Englxsh Elementary Social Scx ence General Science Rau 5 MISS GERTRUDE WILSON English INIR SI-IIRL WRAY Phxsncs General Math Vocation al Math Plane Geometry Solld Geometry Trigonometry MISS VIRGINIA E YOUNG Phy sxcal Education Page Tu entg Fu e . y ' . 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V 1 I - 'I I I9 vb' V' y Members of the Semor Class Evcecutxye Commnttee were Slumlnze Henry Denton Ronald Gastmeau Bob Anderson Seated B111 Van Cader Marcella Muller, janet Sandbach Anna Renn, Mary Ann Burd The semor class officers for the past year were oyce 'l he Semor Class Lxecunve Commxttee, whneh m clueles the offlcers, spent much of thelr t1me plfm nmg sgraduauon cnetlvxtnes sueh as Class Day Bfxc calfzureate, and Commencement Worklng ugh along vuth them were the c1'1ss comm1ttees vyhnen took eare of the many deteuls that were necessiry for the success of the semor class In llcnmn 40 R1 SSFLL PETFRSON killed july 16 1970 who would haw. he-en a mem ber of the 1977 eraduat Ing elass Jye' ' lllelllul- XY'atlun seeretary Don Izyerdon president Don uce presxdent Jerry Montgomery treasurer B na Foster Rou I PATRICIA ANN AEMMER Commercial Games Club l Gxrls Athletxc Assocxatnon 2 3 4 vlce prcs1dcnt2 3 4 NANCY JANE ALLEN Commcrcxal Gnrls Athletnc Assoclatmn l Boosters 3 4 Concert Chou' 7 3 4 Valley Choral Festnal 2 3 4 Music Contest4 DAVID CARL ALLGOOD Academxc Junxor Classncal League l 2 president 2 Arsemc and Old Lace 5 Musnc Apprecnatnon Club 3 Cards an Announcements Commmee 4 Radno 4 Rau 7 ROBERT WAYNE ALMON General Football 2 3 Track 2 Games Club 1 Band Tumblmg 3 4 Concert Chonr 5 Bowlmg 1 2 Student Councnl 2 Wrestlxng 7 FMMA MAY ANDERSON Commercnal Future Nurses 4 Boosters 2 Future Business Leaders ROBERT D ANDERSON-General Rnlle Club 1 H1Y 3 4 Student Council 1 Z 3 Base ball 1 Z Sentor Class Executne Comm1ttee 4 Rou 3 BENTON F ASBURY Vocatlonal Dlstrnbutxve Education Club 4 RONALD ATKINS-General Blotter Staff 4 NORMA R ATKINSOIN Commerclal Games Club 1 Trl Hx Y 1 Rtfle Club 1 Photography Club 1 Readers Club 1 Ron -I EDGAR JOSEPH BACI-IINIANN Vocational Dstrlbutne Education Club 4 H1 Y 4 Readers Club JOYL E ANN BAILEY Commercxal Boosters l 3 4 Glrls Athletic ASSOCIHIICH 2 Dnstrnbu tnve Educatxon Club 4 BEATRICE JANE BANET Commercxal Games Club 1 vlce president l Readers Club 2 treas urer 2 Boosters 3 4 Future Homemakers 3 4 treas urer 4 Sennor Blotter Stal? 4 Blotter Staff 4 Invxta txons and Announcements Commnttce 4 Rau 5 JERRY P BAINET Industrnal Arts St Xauer Hugh School LOUISNIIIL Kentucky I Concert Choxr 4 LOUIS ROBERT BAUMANN-General Readers Club I Baseball 7 H Y 3 4 chaplann 4 Intramurals 4 EDMOND WAYNE BAUMGARTLE Vccatlonal Bandl 2 3 4 Future Farmersl 7 3 4 uce presxdent 3 Baseball student manager 7 3 4 Ron 6 LOLA JEAN BAYS-Commerctal Bo s ers 1 7 3 4 I'uture Nurses 4 Jumcr Actors l JLAINITA BEANBLOSSOM Academtc Boosters 1 7 3 4 Photographs Club 3 Future Nurses 4 Language Club 4 Schclarshtp N 4 JAMES INIELVIN BEASLEX -General R1He Club 3 4 Page Tu entj Sez en Q.. . . . 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Rou 1 MYRA LA VERN WARREN Ccmmercxal C ncertCho1r 2 3 4 Valley Choral Festival 2 3 4 HENRIETTA JANE WATE Commercial JOYCE WATKIN-General Secretary of jumor class 3 Secretary of semor class 4 Row 2 EDWIN WATT-General Footballl 2 3 4 EDGAR WEATHERHOLT Academrc SHARON ANN WEBER Commercial Trl H1Y 1 2 3 secretary I presmdent 2 Games Club Row 3 WILLIAM FREDERICK WEISBACH Vocat onal Future Busmess Leaders 3 Concert Choxr 4 Rnfle Club 2 D strxbutlve Education Club 4 KENNETH PRINZ WELLS-Academxc H1 Y 4 Dlstrnbutxve Educatlon Club 4 pres dent 4 MARGARET ANN WENTZELL Academlc Jumcr Actors 2 Boosters 1 Speakers 3 4 Radxo 4 Bel Canto 3 4 Bel Canto Show 3 4 A Chrnstmas Pearl 3 State Englxsh Contest 3 Scholarship N 3 Semor Annual Staff 4 Row 4 RONALD ALLEN WHI'lE Commerclal Football 3 4 Trackl 2 4 Tumbllngl 2 3 4 H1Y 4 Musrc Appreciation Club 3 WILLIAM WHITE-General Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Cross Country 2 3 Presxdent of yunnor class 3 H1 Y 1 ALMA JEAN WILLIAMS-Vocational Games Club 1 Boosters 1 2 4 Dxstrrbutlve Education htstortan 2 Rau 5 JO ANN WILLIAMS-Vocattonal Band l 2 Boosters 1 2 3 Drstrxbutwe Educatnon Club INANCY LOU WILSON Commercial Band 1 2 3 Boosters 1 Junlor Actors 1 Bel Canto 2 3 4 Bel Canto Show 2 3 4 Speakers 3 4 treasurer 4 Radro 4 Musxc Contest 2 3 Scholarshxp N 3 4 Senlor Blotter Staff 4 Thesptans 2 Bowlmg l WILLIAM LEE WILSON Academnc Footballl 2 Tumbling 2 3 Music Hour 4 president 4 Reporters Club 4 Photography Club 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Wrestlrng 2 Bowlmgl 2 Blotter Show 4 Rau 6 GEORGE WIMP Industrnal Arts MARY DELORES WOLFE Vocational Tr1H1Y 1 Games Club 1 Drstrlbutxve Education Club 3 4 'FKENNETH DEAN WORDEN-Commercnal Rxfle Club 1 2 Bowlmg 2 Row 7 WILLIAM BOYD WRIGHT-General ANN MARIE WUNDERLICH-General Boosters 1 3 4 Musnc Contest 2 Musnc Apprecxatxon Club 1 DON JOE YEAGER-General Footballl Z 3 Basketballl 2 Trackl 2 3 I-I1Y 3 4 Thespnans 3 4 Barretts ofW1mpole Street 3 Blotter Staff 4 "D1d not qualrfy for graduatnon Page Forty One V ' , , 5 ' , , . s ' - Y 7 7 ' .' .' 7 1 s 1 I I 1. - 2 - . . 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Smxrh -Kudru Smnlaon knni Sdlurx 'Nhrs Lou Sharp Num Shradu junlxn Smuh au Ile Lund.: Radcliff Nhnflu Snhithr Nmu Shallgrs 'lnnsr Smrggl Sharon Smxrh Palrlcu Stuaar Bun Nuwlurk Nana Nulx Dduru Mhull HONIE ROONI 10 a fam XX1ll1.1m Nidlunqld john Moodx Lum Nlxller Izdvxard Mcssnzr Xlrgnl Mnllu 11lR1m5u Bur u Pura lr.1nl-r Nh Rau Rau lurmn Ninn lun Ninrrls Bur luhnp lo-Knn Nhdlmk -kllm Hd .ln phgll Ran lmugu L Nimllm PM Nhlmlahgr' lzrl Lu. Rau Carolyn Mozsmger Shxrlcy Mahoney Dons Murphs Bern McLurchLon 42' mv.. -1. Xlbur Spurlunlx nu D x d huh hlrlu I5 x 4. Lr tx xg x Nhx lg Plum. Nhr nn N :rx ffl' XX ,um Nhuvllum Ron1ld lulhr Nhrrha Lunmon Roberm XX alum S g Lm 1.15: -K lun lunll n am Nhnrun rx any LL lu f. xnc urn x urn. 5 1 xigffl Klum Hollxhnu Page Fortg Scz cu 0, A L - -,-.A " , f ' r - , ' S 1 L' ' -- V A 1 X . l " 1 I L sf . , I Y fl ' Q .J 4 X t X g . 1 1 R 4 A A 'N gr 4 , if 5 4 -,L A - i K Ji . ,L War Q u- v I L 0 Rau Ib-ree-Ronald Smikrht. 4W'Elli.lm Lulu. Robert Sprinklu. 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Hammut lwu one Par Lynch Beulah Atvwod Oma Hardcsxy Joyce lulknrson Mwrulsn Atkms Mary Lou Bnxlgy june Hur Lcsra Cxasrxnuu I-rances INML Ganulla Moorman HOME ROOM 210 lxou tbree Tom XX.1ll.Lr Harry Zl1l'SCl1l'T1lLf'l Inter Xmy jimns NX alku Bully Wxttxnnr Ralph W Lbb ,hmm Xnlgnr Tom Vscddlf. lN.1r XX :unscutr Rilblfl XX right lrou fu 0 Bobby X051 Gurrgg Wilson Ruhnrt Vbulfg Pu Volpur Mrrdnll Williams R0 1. Ann omrruy lla lwu one Carolyn XXhu joycl Zurchmuuln Carol Xkxlrn Dnmrhy Wusbnckgr Dons Hara. Mrry Arn Zmllors Nara Wan Marzha XXUIYL Ozrru Plym 'lun Zrnhnd HOME ROOM 711 Inu four Porn r McPhv.uLrs joe Irlnr joe Dosch Inu lbree john Ilora Llrry Arlum Paul Ifmus Don Dyer Larry Duffy jack Eastman Leon Llwangnr jury -Xshabranner Zanc Ellxotr Iron mo Bun l-an h joan Buy Nancy Bums jamcn. I-lmore Llnznbeth Fcssnl L nda Endncox 'Narcy -Xnn Douglas Rusalm Lndrls Cnrhuml. Dohonu Rua j0nLs Rau one Cnml Su Alchlny Bun llnrl Shlrlu 1LllLr Lmda Flock Marlnnc Ah Vulmn Shcrrard Dons Owen jacqudyn Dycr Delorns Rudlngcr Hclcn Dorscy Mary Felz Page Fong llgbt v . 1 ' ' , ' 3 -. . . , -X -v ' A 4. . . V ' v' , , . 1 ' . . 1 L4 , '. Q . ' V , , , . , , , 1 w . 4 , 5 , C . - ' . . . y , . , , , , - 1 - - E V' -I . A . - , - I , i , ' ' I A " . " I , , , " '. . K. , C , .' I Murihzl Puck, james Nlfintcr, Hcrchcl XYILIIILI1. ' ' -Q ' " i A, I' - '- A. fz L7 . Q 'A 'A , 4 " 1, ' 1' . . 7, 'lf . f - H . V f 1 l , ' . . - . . , - Y ' - ' -5 H , ' i' ' , . , . . , . . - , ...I y . . - , . I Y V A ,A ! I A' A A 5 A A V1 V ' HOME ROOM 212 Rau lbree Dxck Dayxdson Robert Cotner Rrchard Cooley Harry De Men! Stephen Condra Rtchard McCutch4.on Oscar Frxtz Robert Andres Earl Darley Ralph johnson Ron tuo Ieslte Ann W albrtdge Shtrley Cunnmgham Suzzanne Condra jane Ann Dans Nancy Sttllman Dnyne Coy Dorothy Creamer Run one Shnrley Curts Mary Clements Xxrgtnta Angel ertanne Colyyell Sue Cummrns june Denny Beytrley Radcltff Irma Coombs Wtlma Crowe Bette Cuzzort HONIE ROOM 507 nu Rau Rau luur Tom Russell jaclyte icharrer XX rren Nash john Schlensken three Edward Ccharf Robert Rexlly kenneth Schad jack Royye Arthur Ryland Frank Retsert Louts Renn Bull Rough Charles Roberson john Rtley lun Paul Rtder Paul Rxppy Martha Rxtz Patty Robertson I-rancrs Saunder Donna Nance Rt ma nur-Nlargaret Rakes Barbara Claycomb Marcella Rohtnson Martha Sandbach Nadme Rupp jane Nlurray Dorxs Scharrer Xnrgmna Rzstngrr Roenta Cook Dorothy Rnssler HOME ROOM 308 Rou four XX alter Stern Tom Oyyer Roy Strnckland Rau lbree Bob Tyndall Eddxe Tenney George Lnderhzll Don Summers Steye Luallen lxenneth Stetrley Robert Leyyns Betty Prmce Rau lun Flma Thomas Betty Xallandlngham Manlyn Oberhausen Barbara McGee Arn 'Slam Snzmm Tucker Carolyn Nance jan Mann Donna Srrnegtl Rou one-Carolyn Thompson Dorothy Texts Sharon Stubblefxeld Shtrley Ellxott joan Tether Normx Schaefer Sharon Stemle Maxine Thexss Shtrley Padgett Mary jane O DelL Page Fong 1 V . t P 1 I r t I V t l t Nun ' 1 4 ' '- -A v I ' ,'- ,' , ' y . 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Butler Romona Holbrook Rau one Ysonne Belcher Audrey Agan Robert: Booth Norm: H tr Ruth Be r Mlry Ann Bet M1rth1 Bezy Rosetta Adams Stella Heck Barbara Mnunu Page Fifty HOME ROOM 201 Rau Ili:-reesjrm 'Iamcs Charles Sutz Ron tld Splrkmm Lennie Taylor Thon'1s Tush Day d 'lhomas Don ee toner R04 rua George Stuard Larry 'lompktrs Qxlyertr ulnt Teddy 'I1en'uv.r Rus ell Thomas Harold Turn k Dayld Streckfus lloyd Summ r Day d Lu. Slrlegel Rau ane judxth Ann Thompson Nella Starltlu B wry Satterls Conmt Sutton Jeanette Tart Barbara Stromzra. Aloha Taylor Sharon 'lhompson Xnolet Tohm Dorm Qnawder Linda Thurrrar' HOME ROOM 714 Rau three lrlnk Yyxleox Rohtrl Iotllers Bull XY rlght l'rr.d Hmglxrg Clartnft XY Lbtr XX right lrdmond Vshlte lrmar XXoolr1dp.,e Robert W elch kenny V01 eman Rau ma Bully XX hteler Alur' Nettnr Dand XX altman Barbara West Melba Vtolfe james W :mp Cum- Hoten Robert XX heat Rau one Qhnrlu Zurschmxede Shnron XX ada Connxe Nolz I-rances Vlhxte Dons Vbmdell Dons Vbrnght Connle Vaxll Marnlyn Sharp Carolyn Sharp Leroy L hl j :ck Mary Lou X oss Carolyn XX rxghr 3 I Ax v 3 9 I .. .5 , A . Q I . , . Q i . , b ., A Q ' 1 1 ' . , , . . .,, ' C ' .Q 11 1 Y .. .. ' 2 I g . . ' , . , , I 1 V . . .1 .. ' , '. , I . . .K , . . . , . . 4, ., . ., . . . y , . y A . - ', ' ' . 1 4 ' a . ' ' . -A . "1 -A' ' . 1 ' -5 j 1. f ' S ' C, ' .' L, '. - A'. , , , . ' . .f . . .. , ,1 . .,' 1 N . A' . . , .' . , ' L ,-v . .,7 V . at , , , , . , . , -Av Nj. 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Robcr Lcc Adam Rohcrr Armstrong Robcrr Arkma Don idlms joe Banu Alun Blackman Rau our Phxllb Bcchr Shzrlu Bu ham Bern Baxlor Alxcc Balmcr Barbara Bandy Carol Bxndnr Rita indru Dlmple Hunt Wanda Bauman Emlly Akers HO Ron on I ou ME ROOM ANINEX 7 fue Ilmd Blasdnl Phrlnp Caro john Bowman Morton Blake fum BEIYXIH Bogtock Lce Buchanan Harold Becbc jamcs Clapp john Bowan Xlbllllam Bowers Harold Burkhart three Rogallnd Brown Marx Lou Brccn Qhrrlex Carpcnnr Shlrlu Borden -Xnnctla Brccdrn fdni Lrrpenrcr Marxlxn Carroll Sonna Lu BIISCOL jancr Bxracor blorxa Bohanor' fuo Luna C,anfu.ld john Ba lex Daud Broun Vhnllram Bradnn Raxmond Lhrlsrxlrsnn Bobbx Brlscm Ronmr Bowman Ch1rln.s Qampbnll Donald Carpenrcr nm D mr: Chun Dclorc Brock Imogrm Lampbcll 'Nhrrhi Buh Mars 'Xnn Brmhlm La Ncllc Brannon Tcddy Branding bcraldrm faudlll Carolxn Bunch Barblra Suc Bruur HOME ROOM AININEY 3 knu lbrre Robert fuombs hxgrm Dxllovx Rtlblfl londra rx D udaon Robrrr Doll lxnn lhnlaon Chuur Denm lrmk Dulu Null Look Daud Daughrru jnmmx C laxron R u lu Don Lompron Bobhs Cox XX aym Doughcrn Donald Cockrum 1nlor Dum rn lmx llarrx Dc-Xrk jerrx Dnllovu Ronald Lrang jamcs Lraxdcn nu nm 'Nirnrra o onu nur nra If ir: roxr x rrmr Inc IJLJ501 Idnl DQXNU. 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HOME ROOM ANNEX 4 Rau four Ben Evtton james Dovsell Wayne Foushee erry Euler Kenneth French Thomas Dooley Richard Frazner Roger Ehalt Rau Ihree Elmer Franklin james Dyson Mary I-arrell jane Duggms Sharon DuVall Dolores hsher Sally Edwards Morton Fertng Maurlce Fetz Rau lua Rrchard Florz Lance Embrey Bernard Faulltenburg Bzlly Elltott Ronald Foster Larry Dougherty Carl Fmn Larry Faxth john Frtzgerald Aaron I-ulkerson Rau ane Phyllls Dovsell Barbra Embrey Regma Ellnott Fendall Peggy Ann I-unk Lessle Embry jean DuN all HOME ROOM ANNEX 5 Rau laur Paul Grulk Ernest Glllespre Ronald Garland Bob Genung james Henry Pat Hart A j Haryey Rau three Shxrley Gott judlth Graham Sally Ann Hardy Delores Grlffm Shnrley Haas Mnchael Lee Gaddxe janxce Harter Karen Funk Helen Harper Rau rua james Harrrson Ronald Hattabaugh Frank Haendlges Harold Hall Robert Grose james Garyln Don Harris Robert Hartman Daynd Hendrlcks Rau one Bonnie Heckler Donna Hardin jane Galley Betty Grlland l-rances Gray Patrlcla Gregg Margie Hardm HOME ROOM ANNEX 6 Rau lbree-Charles jones Mlchael Hess Carol jones Glen Rau Rau Page fzffj Tao jackson Irranklnn jones john Hnnton Bob Humphrey Ronald Hurst john Hess rua-Charles jenkms Donald johnson Sally Hom rxghausen Alnce Hoback Gall lxenzxg Patsy lxeeley Robert Hurt jerry lxeller Paul Hubler one Margaret Hoffman joyce Hoke Sharon heller Inla krme Patsy Kellogg Carole jack Carol Inman Mxldred Hoof: Betty Hutchinson Izlnora Hockersmuth HOME ROOM ANNEX 7 Rau four Ronnxe Leach Charles Luther Andrew Lxbs Charles Lens Charles Ixuplen Rau lbvee Tom McCoun Franlue Lefler Eddle McClure Russle lung Melun Ixonkle Ellls Legg Cecxl Lamb Lloyd Koehler james Lenerd Dayxd klassen Rau rua Sharon lxnper Ruth Losch Deborah lxetth lxathryn Me'C0rm1ck Marnam LaDuke Amy McAfee janalene ee Rau one Rosa lxuhn XVyonne jenkms Vrrgmna Lon jamce Lankford lNedra Sue Lee Alma lung Evelyn Lang Sue Lefler Laura Lamke Ann Luthart H . . A . I Q . . 1 , . , U' , , V . A v' , A U ' 5 ' . ' Q, ' ' Q . ' ' 4 ' . ' . ' ". 1 A ' 1 ' 1 ' " Q ' 1 1 ' - . , . ' l i . l , . ' 'A' - 1 R ' " 4 Q ' 3 1 ' h 1 . ' 1 . Y Q A ' 9 4 - 4 .1 1 1 Y A - , .j , l - I .. V ,j . A l . . l A . l' I. P l T l Y y .lf 9 V 1 D C1 1 Y Marlrene Downs, Kay' Duer, Carolyn Fleischer, Conme Carolyn Humphrey, Norma Gardner, Ednth Hollman. 1 ' 'A , , 7 4 1 A V 1 ' ' 1 ' D 1 A ' 'I . 1 ' . D ' ' 1 ' ' 1 , ' ' 1 ' ' V 1 - , , y U, . . . , . . l ' y' V , y V y . ' ' y - r . ' ' '. y 1 . ' V 1 Y . ' . ' ','. ' V ' . ' ' - g , , , , . V A - 4 . I , , u , Y ' y 'F 7 1 ' ' . ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 4 t l l . . . ' ,V l L D ' . , . y , - .Y v I . :A . . . .a I , A 1 4 1 3 ll I 1 ' . . - 2 . ' 1, - HOME ROOM ANNEX 8 Rau Rau ltau lvu four Larry Mclxovnn Wlllnam McRedmond Danm Martm Robert Mater Larrw Morrns Lllxs Mercer Lester Mclntosh Wrlltam Mullxnxx Robert Martln three james 'WcMahel Gordon Martm Ronme Martm Dan Mook james Mlchell Charles Muller james Meeks Chester Money Xlalter Mcbee tuo Mona Meneon Shxrlex Meter Dons Xlahonex l-rancxs Mxller Man Lou Mcbuxrk janet Mmer Dororhx Mouek joAnne Magness Norma Xiartm lreda MCxxllll3mS Charlene Moher flue Barbara Marcum Sharon Murphx Barbara Nierrmtt Xnrgmna Mueller Anna Miller Marlene Mater Niartha Rau U11 Medcalf Dons May jewel Muller Lorena McCutcheon janet Mlller HOME ROOM AINNEX 9 Rou four Ben Phnllxps Eugene Ben Barton jaclue Pope Bob Nolan Robert Read Harold Oster XXaxm Randolph Harlan Ollestad Dund Powers Rau ibvee XX alter Prmce- Raw Nolan james Rager Itthr Prclterrell Phxllxs Petter janxce Owen Beulah Reardon james Peters ohn Peas Rau lua jane ulsenbern je-vuelene Noel Barbara Rte e lo -knn Dalhoser XXanda Hawthorne Glades Paxr-e judx Puts Sharon Orth Barbara Neal Rau arte Lucrle Ramsew Sh: lex Ogden Martha Parts Rosma Redden Shrrley Patrnck Carolxn Prather Sharon Ott Anna Owens, Barbara Ord Catherme Redford HOME ROOM AINNEX 10 Rau fam Elrzabeth Roberson Phylrss Rtgsbw Helen Schxcel Imda Roberson Nancy Roberson Roberta Scnber jane Rxland Shxrlex Rlcherts Xrrgxma Schroder Sylua Reschlee Rau three Steward Sherfnck Paul Russell Gordon Sams lerrs Rrchre Larrx Robb Gerry Roche john Rush Donald Schladant Carl Shubert zz a Clrfford Rxgglns Blllx Sellers Barbara Rouclt judy Rllu Marrlyn Sherrrll Audery Russell I.aXonne Scheelenberg Brllx Schuppert Tern Turner auf Robert Rouse james Roberts Paul Scheler Rrchard Seacat Fred Rlggsby HOME ROOM AGRICULTLRE BUILDIING fam Ronald Snook Don Sulltr Paul Smlth lhree Ruth She-vnmaktr 'iwonne Smith Francts Stamper Pat Solomon Barbara Stewart Hazel Sturgeon Ruhr Smelser Norma Smder rua jeralxn Smith Charles Steel Clxde Smith ohn Stemhauer Ronnre Smnth Darrel Shereman Robert Smurh Charles Shutters XX arren Steproe one Ruth Southard -Xlrce Shnelds Helen Smxth -tnn Snoolt Marx Smrrh Xiargaret Stark Crexa Smgleton Lenora Stexens Thelma Sums Sandra Smxth hau Rau R 1 Roux Page Fifty Ibree l l l 1 1 'T . 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These activities and clubs played a vital part in your school life, not only because they were fun, but because they helped you meet responsibilities and practice citizenship. llmlurslup To qualrfy for the Scholarshnp N a student must have 1 semester scholastic average of stranght A s rn four subjects and a grade no lower than 1 B 10 the fifth subject, 1f five subjects are carrred Each student who mamtamed such an average vsas awarded a Scholarshrp N 'nt the spec1al awards assembly durmg the spr1ng semester Rau 3 Paul Rndcr Bobby Host james Robmson Robcrt Thompson Rau 7 Patrlcra Owen Charlotte Hunt Vnnan Taylor Nancy Parks Donna Strlegcl jack1e Dyer I N yunners for the second semester of l st year were ane Ann Davxs, acquelyn Dyer N ncy Smallers Donna Strlegel, Carolyn Vance, R0 err Yost, Carol Barkes, Betty Bndges Charlotte Hunt, Nancy Ro' ertson, ames Rob nson Dorrs Smaf er Marffaret Spencer, V1v1an Taylor, Bob Thompson Shlrley Pans, Nancy Parks, and Dolores Casey Rau I lNancy Shallers Martha Rertz Shrrley Parns Margxe Spencer Dolores Casey Carolyn Vance Carol Barkes Jetta Marun rl "' iii I1Ot11ffyS 4--'-v- .,...s..-aw.-F ww 1 ' I ll I f 1 L L . . .. .. .. -,. 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'f ' - IX 3 f s r G 1 Ruu 5 Larrx Sperzel Kenm Seharf lm Robinson Bob XVr1g.,ht jim Henrx Ron 4 Danny Mook john Thompson Chester Hosea Carol jack Pat Solomon joan 'Iiemexer Charlotte Hunt Betts Bridges R011 3 Barbara Stewart Bill Sparks Hizabeth Shoup Pit Ou en Marxlxn Thomas Alice Shields Man ean Atkins Nlike Gaddle for the fill semester this tear were Mlrx emne Atkins Dolores Areher C trol Blrkes Loll Bus umitl Belnblossom Bettx Bridges Iames fllpp Iolene Dfulx tcquelyn Dser Blrbrx Imbrex Shelles l'endall Anne I-ulkerson Miehlel Lee Cnddie Donna Hxrdin limes Henrx Chester Hosel Chlrlotte Hunt Bernieee I1L0l71 liek Carol lemette Little Sue Long.,est Shirlex Mthonex Dm ou 7 Shirlex Mahones Margie Speneer Audrex Smelser Nancs Robertson Sue Longest Nano Shallers Bernxeee acohi Shelley lenelall Donna Harelnn Run I Barbra Embrex Lonnie Vol: Doris Sh tffer Niarilxn ShaHer 'Nanex Wilson olene D ilx Cxrol Barkes Dolores Areher Jeanette Little Juanita Bean blossom Preeda Waggoner IIHTLS Robinson IN mes Robertson N lnex Slmellers kenneth Sehlrf Io Ann Sehell Doris Sl1lllCI' xIlI'llND Sh lffer Aliee Sh elds llizileth Shoup Andres Smelser Pitrieit Solomon Bill Spzrks Nlirgiret Spencer Lxrrx S1 erzel B1rb1r1 Stew irt Donnl Strieeel Mirilxn lhomas Bob Thompson Constmee Volz Freedi XX lgsgoner N tnex XX ilson Robert XX r1f.,ht lilelll X L 9 -Q 9 ' ' ' x 1 lr 'fe X I 1 E ,J - . M S ,, . , -e Q . V ' V H K A A s 'g . .V :. , . 2 , ' . . Q - - b - 1- 'I '. A U " i . Those students qualifying for a Scholarship "N" Mook, Patricia Owen, james Peters. Anna Reeder. .2 . , ' ipjl . ki . ' y 'I . ...Q . i. "S, ' ' . fa 2 "3 2 L", " f'2 ,h ' , ' .X ai' , -11.1 A2 , ' 1' ' " ,z , iz Q: . "1 ' 1' '. f"zv f , 5 . ' J, plz ' 1' , 1 1 2 l', I' S 1 . 1 "'z f . ' Q 1 ' , Q I' ' ., ' ' , 1 iz: S . 1 z 2i,S"2, I ', . 1 '. Ai A , l :S "M z " ' . R2 ' ' . Q I Y' . i 1 2 ' V " - .g 7 Ji' ti u Row 5 John Gouldmg, Pat Flynn Iohn Thompson, Don Lee M1l1cr R014 4 Mr Rancy John Bowen B111 jackson John Largent joe Wampler, Norman Melhenser Lee Mook Thurman Conrad Mrs Long Rau 3 Jxm Clayton Teddy Graycr Nancy Neely Mary Ann Marguet George DeArk Ronme Beard B111 Sparks Pat Parker Role 9 Sharon DuVall Sh1r1ey Gott Mary Chris Koch Jolene Danly karen Quebbeman Nona Anderson Norma Martm Norma Osborne Rau 1 Dora Ann Worden Janet Terry Carolme Prather, Martha Rltz, Shtrley Curts, Joan Tether, Sharon Lynch Mary Bensxng, Jeanette Llttle, Marcxa Hampton, Nancy Shallers ll1llQl1l Counul Student COLlDLll, the representatlye orgamzltnon of the student body, yyas formed ID March of 1947 Officers were elected and 1 commlttee was 'ap ponnted to adopt 1 constntutxon yyhnch yyas sub mxtted to the entxre student body and by them student responsxbxllty ll'llI1'1l'1NC. leadershlp and school prlde, to foster sentlments of layy and order, to deyelop 1n the student a groyy mg appreclatlon of membershxp ln 1 democracy and promote yyorthy cntmenshlp tmmnng to promote um eyery yyay pos sxble des1rab1e student faculty relatnonshnps, and to promote nn all yy ays the best mtcrest of the school ,t I yye the students of the Neyy Albany Semor Hugh School do establrsh th1s consututzon for the Student ClDl1ULll 'Ihe officers are elected by the entire student body 1n May of each year and take olhce the fol txye to the cablnet as soon as home rooms are or gamzed Thls representatlye seryes the full year proyxded hrs grades are passmg 'lhe ofhcers serymg for the school year 1931 D7 yycre presxdent, Don Lee Muller ylce presxdent Pit Parker secret try Nancy Shallers, and treasurer, LIZIFCIH Hampton 1 : ' V 7. nz ' 2 ' ' .' . ", ' y h ' s 1 ' 'A 1 ' V s . 'n ' v 7 v '4 , ' .1 5 V, v s , A -, ' 1 Q ' - 1 V -I. Y ' V , V ' Q , ' V' ' 1 g , ' , I o I L Y . Y ,- , i . .N . . A q C P . A l ' Q. gl' ' 1 s ' 1 V V V ' I r i- , 1 K - ' , adopted in May, 1945: . . . "ln order to develop lowing September. Each room elects a representa- ' . ' L 7 L u I . ' ' 1 I l V B A r V ' ' 2 . -'V , v 1 ' M V' - Vu ' -'-I v v . A A ' A ' l . 12.111 lfi' I-1-lffglw' Le be-I lle l:ldl1lcllS The purpose of Le Cercle Francus IS to pro mote mterest 1n the French language country and the people 'Ihe objectnxes of the club are to cele brate the fete days, and to enjoy follx songs and dances Franca festnx als are celebrated nn Le Cercle Fr ncals just as they are ln France The celcbratlon of the Day of Kmgs, or Mardl gras xx as me out standmv festlyal obserxed by the club thls year S!OI'1 Another specxal project of the year xxas the puhlnc pcrformance of the language department xxmch yx as presented ln early March, 1n whlch all the members of the club and the French classes par tlclpated The shoxx was gnxen 'IS an assembly dur mg a homeroom per1od On the day of club nmtutnon thc neophytcs xx cre rcquxred to xycar French costumcs of the dnffcrcnt proxmces, and xx ere not alloxx cd to spcllt 1 xx ord of Fnglnsh One of thc many mterestmg actxxmcs of Le Cercle Francfus xx as attendmv Frcnch moxncs xxhnch xxcre bemg shoxyn at a theatcr IH LOLllSSlllC Officers of the club for the year were VI Don Presndent, Mlle jean Hall Le Secretalre, and Mlle Blrbara Fmbrey, Le Treorere The club IS under the sponsorshxp of Mrs Irma 'yrxtz It IS open to anyone taltnnq or who has taken Irencn and mamtamed a B or better average Members o lbc french Club are as folloux jcffcrx Arcemont Phxllls Becht Daxe Bmforcl Fred Botts, Cynthia Bulllct, Martha Bush Sue Cummmgs Dan D dge Joe Donan Phx 111s Dovxcll kay Duet jack Edwards Barbara Embrcx Tum Fur long jean Hall Barbara McGee james Meclts Don M1ller Bctty Nexxltnrk Dons Owen Esther Robmson, Patty Roberson Wxlma Shcrrard Nma Shrader Cherrne Smnh Larry Sperzel Waltcr Stern janct Terry Dorothx Texns Marxlxn Thomas Suzanne Tucker, and Betty Vallandmgham Pzqc Fzjfj Nm: X O 1 I 1 I I I I ' . v , - v, 1 . 'll ' ' I I 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 . f , ' . A . K L 4 K I D -5 4 ' , " . ' Members assembled French costumes for this occa- Mlllefj Le Pr'-75'dem3 M- ,I lm Furlong, Le Vice . . Q y . i z . ' . I 1 1 c - I Vx . VL . b 7 . . I ' F' ' -' A V 1 L - ' : 1 - - ff -y I . ' 1. . ' 4 ' ' Q 9 v A '-s ' . 1 v V V T 'w . V 9 l .V 1 ' 1 I s l . n ' s v 1 Q ' A vw ,V V. v .Y Q ranglers The Wrangler Club was organized in 1910 by Mr. H. B. McLinn, former superintendent of schools, to promote public speaking, discussions, debates, and to participate in any worth-while functions of the school or community. Wranglers has been an outstanding boys' club of N. A. H. S. since its for- mation. Mr. Marvin Oakes has sponsored Wfranglers since 1942, except during the three years he was in service for Uncle Sam. Club membership is limited to twenty-five male students chosen from the senior, junior, and sopho- more classes. The prospective member must have an average of "A" or "B" in English and in social science. The final test comes when the boy must make a live to ten minute speech on some form of social science. The first semesters officers were: Stundir1g.- Don Lee Miller, honorary private-at-armsg jim Lewis, secretary: Don Sisloff, treasurerg Pat Flynn, sergeant-at-arms. Seated: jerry Montgomery, presidentg Don Moser, vice president. Contenders in the 1951-52 Wrangler Cup contest were: Slumling: jerry Montgomery, Don Lee Miller, Dean Miller, Bob Madison, Henry Denton, Don Moser. Sealed is Mr. Oakes, sponsor of the club, who holds the cup that Speakers and Wranglers battle over every year. Othttrs for the stcond semester were Stumlmg jim Hamelman secretary jerry Montgomcrx honorary prix atc at arms Don Sisloff sergeant at arms jim Lewis uce president Leo Seng treasurer Samui Don Moser president ' QT, Rau' 7: Tim Furlong, Joe Kelley. Rau' 6: David Binford, Martin Gohmann. Henry Denton. Raul if Tommy Bacot, Mr. Oakes. joe Wtimpler. Ruiz' 4: Tommy Xvalker. jim W'alker. Dean Miller. Xwalter Stern. Some of the activities during the year were: the initiation of new members: the Vfrangler cup contestg the annual Spring Formal Dance: the pep session: bonfire, and pep dance before the regional: and the work that was done on the "March of Dimes" drive. Another of the activities of the year was the presentation of a series of outside speakers to the club during club period. This enabled the club to study the techniques of public speaking. and it also provided guidance and information. Mrs. plessie Beard Long was the hrst in the series of speakers to visit XY'ranglers. The 'Wrangler Cup Contest. which is an oratorical contest open to any boy or girl in N. A. H. S.. the Rotary discussion and debate contest. and the American Legion contest were some of the speech and debate contests entered by the club. al rc .. .451 i lvl.,- 'N Rau' 3: jim Hamelman. jim Lewis. Pat Flynn. jack Hoglen. Rau' 2: Bob Madison, Don Sisloff, Don Lee Miller, Bill Sparks. Rau' 1: Don Moser, jerry Montgomery. The social highlight of the year for the VC'ranglers was the annual Basket-Ball, a formal dance held each spring at the Country Club in honor of the basketball team. XY'ranglers promoted a pep day before the re- gional tournament that featured a pep session held during school and a bonfire and pep rally that night. After the bonfire. the club sponsored a pep dance that was held at the Teen-Can. During january, Vfranglers came to the aid of the March of Dimes. They sponsored three tables down- town for the collection of dimes, and a record break- ing total was brought in. The school year ended with a picnic at the Henryville forest reserve which was enjoyed by Vfranglers and their dates. PJKQL Xl.XfY 'fjflt C7 bbc The Speakers' Club, sponsored by Miss Tyler, was organized in 1912 with a threefold purpose: to pro- mote public speaking, to do charitable work, and to add to the social life among the girls of the high school. It is the second oldest club in the school, and holds the record for continuous operation. Rau' 5: Hermaline Sweet. Margie Spencer. Mary Ann Burd. Marcia Shepherd, Mary Francis Tevis. Bettye Brooks. Janette Clayton. Rau' 2: Delores Archer, Margaret Marguet. Mary Ann Marguet, Patsy Carpet. Pat Breen. Joyce Sieyeking. Nancy Robertson. Miss Tyler. Speakers The oilicers for the year were: Rau' 2: janette Clayton, secretaryg Donna Foster. vate presidentg Pat Breen, student criticg Nancy W'ilson. treasurer. Run' I: Margie Spencer. president. This year at Christmas time the club presented a play, "The Littlest Angel," for the P. T. A., the Altrusa Club, and the student body. The club also assembled a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family, sent a Christmas fruit basket to the four NAHS students at Silvercrest, and co-operated with the Salvation Army in collecting toys for needy chil- dren. Rou' 1: Patsye Graybrook, Nancy Wilson. Jackie Shea. Marilyn Shaffer. Ann Wentzell. Janet Largent. JoAnn Richert, Donna Foster, Freeda Waggener. Dolores Redden. Pxgc 5.5622-T140 IW lil ' -1: L gg ,s 1"-1' 'ra-r Qlhl ' 1 .- Slumlxng Don Elllott Ronme Smnth Gall Kenzxg Mxss Sealed Wxllxam Lester Robert Coombs Evalene Denney Stanton Patsy Keeley Readers 'I he purpose of the Readers Club ns to encourage the readxng of good books both new and old Wlth tms goal nn mmd the club was orgamzed m 19-13 by the orgamzatnon durmg the years 1948 and 1949 after whlch txme Mlss Grace Stanton became the club sponsor Durxng club meetmgs members partlcnpated n hook renews d1scuss1ons and debates Thus prow ed quxte waluable because by lnstemng to the opmlons of thenr fellow readers members were able t ey 1lu te books more accurately bmce many stud ents do not have the t1me or opportumty to re ad as much as they would lllte club perxods were frequently devoted to pleasure readmg In order to broaden thexr field of hterature members also dewoted part of thenr txme to the readmg of selected A specnal project of the club held at the begm nmg of the school year was the study of Indnana authors Included m these were Booth Tarkmgton nd Izdward Eggleston The club also made a specxal study of ess1e Stuart noted Kentucky author Officers of the year were B1ll Lester presndcnt Donnne Fllnott v1ce presndent md Ex xlenc Denney secretary treasurer Putt Yury lfmt 1 Q . ' ' 'X-'r we' 'f ' C" . if ' A . ' . y, 1 L .- 'X J' L Q G ' - ......i- in . I . , . . i . D. , . .I . . , , 3 . . . C . . K . Y , i . 1 . . 5 I , . . . . . , Y . . . I I . Mrs. Catherine Lucas. Miss Olleta Tyler sponsored magazines. . . . , . I 9 . . L 4 9 V . . f . . i A Q 1 1 u u a ' 1 , ,I I , ' v , v L O 2 . . 2 . A . 7 . . Z 2 ya I Y, 2 t . ' , . ' 1 ' . y , 4 - ,' ' -1 , Future Homenmkers of AIIIQPIUI Ofhccrs for the ycar were Ozetta Payne s ng leader Jamcc Smxth prcsndent Beatrnce Banet treasurer Sl1lI'lCW Gaekc yxce president Dolores Hardman parlxamentarxan and Loxs Ellxott hxstorxan Membefx of the club me Alma Kmg Sally Edwards Darlene Kaestner Janet Ramsler Dolores Hardman Jamce Smlth, Ethel Cox Elaxne Martm Barbara West Ruth Shewmaker Judy Peers Jane Ryland Dolores Smyser Marlene Wolfe Betty Prmce Gonzella Moorman Shlrley Martm Terry Zahnd Beatrice Banet Lols Elllott Shlrley Gaeke Barbara Bandy Lucxllc Ramsey Ozetta Learn to llve better today m order that our ln es and those of our famlhes may be better tomorrovs, IS the goal of each member of the Future Horre makers of Amernca Thxs orgamzatxon, orxgmally knoyyn 15 the Vlnnervl Club became 1ff1l1ate.l wxth the st rte and natlon 11 FHA m 1949 The sem1 formal mntxatron tea on December l marked the begmnmg of the club s numerous act JI ues for the year Durmg the Chustmas season the club gaye 1ts annual faculty tea It also made small gxfts for patlents at St Edwards and Sllvercrest hospltals FHA Week was observed by dnstrrbut mg red roses and small cards readmg Its FHA Week to members of the faculty The annual Mother Daughter Banquet was held m Mareh Payne Mary Jean Banet Gerry Banet Judy Thompson Nella Starkey Drusllla Kmg Lenora Stevens Less1e Embrey Jewelene Noel Mary Nave Joyce Banet Shexla Steproe Dottne Pate Jetta Martm Karen Qucbbeman Janlce Godd Martha Smxth Margaret Stark Janet Muller Carol Klrk P zgf. bmi, 0111 O I I If . .4 . . . .. ,, 1 . . .. Y t l 2 , 4 ' I 1 . ' 1 . . , .. - . - , . . , . V I s - . - f. 1 5 H , . L 4 . . V. .- Y. y . ,- . , ,, , . Q .1 ' 1. 1 ' 1 ' 1 I . uv I 1 1 1 1 1 . .1 v. ' 1 ' 1 v ' 1 . ' 7 9 5 '! , . V 1 .1 l v v v ' 9 7 1 7 1 ' 3 9 9 1 7 ' 9 1 1 1 3 7 9 7 9 3 9 9 9 7 Y . . . . 1 9 1 1 5 1 1 3 s 1 , 1 - , , ,Q . U, . Rru joe lxelley Lee Burk jack Hougland Rnchard Sellmer Rau 7 Darts Humphrey Peggy Dupaquxer Carolyn Shultz Fred Von Almon Damon Best Stanley Aebersold Earl Adams, Rxehard Wzlsolt joe Wampler lne7 Hottell Mr Rose Rou I Prank Non Almon, Gregory Hawkms, Dayld Klassen, ames Smxth llt'l1l9 The Setenee Club reorganued m 1916 m the selenee department by Mr L 9 Rose, IS affilmteel yylth the bexence Clubs of Amerlca a natnonal or qammtxon Mr Rose stlll sponsors the club lo proynde an opportunnty for student deyelop ment nn senenee outsxde the textbook and to aequunt hlgh sehool students yytth the aetual eondxttons of lndustry .md the selenee professxon tre the purposes ot the Neyy Albam Hxeh School elub Another purpose of the elub ns to proylde aetnyxty m the h lels of setenee not offered IU regular elass yy orle Aetnmes of the ye tr yy ere projeets specml dem onstr mons and speen tl reports A speetaeul tr elemonstrttnon on phosphme gas yy as qty en Another mterestmf' eypernment yy as made yy 1th 1 home made eoffrel eleetrleal dust preexpxtator Reports on jet engmes and roeleets yyere fftyen Some of the mem bers took 1 number of trnps to near by eay es Other projects and 1et1y1t1es yyere fxeld trnps to Watnontl Cnrblde Co Ixentueley Color and Cheml cal Company Bruee Fox XVrought Metals Company, and Colgate Palmolnye Peet Compmy The elub meetmgs yyere eondueted by rotatmg ehurmen Patch yyeek the member responslble for the progrtm aets .ns ehaxrmm lteh year members try for the many scholar shlps md eash prxzes offered ln the held of sexcnce lhe elub tlso proyxdes 1ns1,,ht mto the mdustrnes Orheers for the yetr yy ere Inez Hottle secretary , .md Dorxs Humphrey trelsurer P1 CQIX' Ile '. , ' . 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A' 1 1 'f v A I f r A' 12 a D . . 4, . fy -.Y1. .Ae , .l, Rau 5 W1ll1am Groher Robert Anderson Melvm Rowe Rou 4 Melun Rupp Kenneth Wells Wllltam Nale Tom Shrader jerry M1ller Lee Mook Dave Brlgham Stanley Denny George Crone Rou 3 Fmley Brown Robert Madxson R1chard Duffy R1chard Ptgman Norman Melhteser Gary Allen Paul Sm1th Rou 2 Chester Hosea james Corcoran Bruce Fell Joe DeVore 11m Falkenste1n Charles Sm1th Dcnms Powcll Pat ORear Danny Robmson Row 1 LOUIS Baumann Albert Prmce Melvln james Herman Thomas James Hamelman Don Stsloff Ronald Whtte James Lewts enlor H1 Y To create, ma1nta1n, and extend throughout the school and commun1ty h1gh standards of chr1st1an Organ1zed 1n 1945, by M1ss Ruth Braeut1gam as a h1gh school branch of the Young Men s Chr1st1an ASSOCIHIIOH, the club has mcreased from e1ght mem bers to 47 1n 1952 It IS open to any boy of the jumor or sen1or class who SllbSCl'll3CS to the stated purpose of th1s orgamzauon and IS accepted by the execut1ve comm1ttee at one of 1ts regular meet1ngs The H1 Y IS HCIIVC IH nearly all school act1v1t1es and CIVIC ones as well An 1n1t1at1on banquet was held for new members durmg the year, and a PICHIC Page Szxtg Six was g1ven The club also donated some of 1ts efforts and t1me to the March of D1mes program Throughout the year the H1 Y met w1th txe Tr1 H1 Y for var1ous soc1al gathermgs In the sprmg the club sponsored a PICDIC at Blackstons M111 for members and the1r guests Mr Floyd Henry IS the club sponsor Officer for the club were pres1dent, Thomas Shrader uce pres1dent Bob Ledford secretary, Denn1s Powell and treasu1er Bob Anderson The H1 Y Club IS one of the many orgamzatlons 1n NAHS that hold IIS meetmgs accordmg to Parl1a mentary Procedure r .I . . , , . . ' : V. 9 9 I . 3 9 A l 7 S . 9 9 V : . , . s . , . . , . , , . I V : A S 5 9 Y l l 9 . 5 A I I 7 ' 3 'I . .1 9 . 9 - 1 Y ! . 9 . 9 I O ,. . . . . character," is the purpose of the Senior Hi Y. - - - . , . . ' ' ' ' I ' ' . - . . s I . I 2 V. ' , 9 ' ' 5 ' 1 ' , x . 0 . I- . Freshnmn llranmtns 'Ihe purposes of the Freshman Dmmarxts Club are to brmg out the talents hidden nn students md to grye students expernence ln club ysork such as presentmg at least one one act play The club 1lso offers preparatnon that ands ln other dramatic tn terests such as work nn make up costume and propertles Its Cold m Them Thar Hllls was '1 orc ict pl1y put on by the Freshman Dramatlts and yy s s tcessfully glven nn assembly Thus pluy vs 15 the mann actxvnty of the club for the year Projects conslsted of two candy sales 1n order to finance the club s actlvltles 'Ihe club was organnzed m October of 1971 yyxth Mlss Leota Rusk as sponsor Rau -I Phrllp Cato Floyd Sumner Dlck Roberts Ltc Buchanan Hardy jacnnta Clay Mary Lou Breen Mary L u o s Vrrgmxa Shroedtr Sylyxa Reschke Ofhcers for tht ytar were Rm: 7 Dan Monk prtsldtnt Suc Ldfler secretary Run I Duck Roberts treasurer Luc Buchanan uct presrdent Rru 7 Glenn Allec Larry Tompkms Charles Campbell Charles Akers Bob Armstrong Don Adams Danny Mook Fluscher Mxkt Gaddu. Lctha Prckerlell Sue Lefflcr Bttty Baylor Nlary Stasstr Pug 51mJStzc1z . m I I I n n , - '. 2 v s 's 5 .. . . . ,, Y t AA-2 Q Ll ' ' ' . ' 2 ' 'z ' . . . Y C l . . I . X q U. Rau' 3: Alice Hoback, Shirley Hass, Miss Rusk, Sally' Rau' I: Betty' Gilland, jane Ryland, Gladys Payne. Carolyn M, ss-, M X ' .1 A 3 " A T-WMI r,'N C V . I 1 fgi, 'A W' W i A ' , L. Q' ' F I V H I ' ty s . lj , ' Rau 4 MISS Bracungam Lo1s Crayden Dor1s Cr1m Sh1rley Bedan Peggy Dupaqu1er Mar1lyn Thomas Sue R1ely Sandra Brown Glor1a Bcluy Joyce Moore joan Rnddle Carolyn DuVall Darlene McCulloch Rau 3 Carolyn Maran1an Donna Lcnz BLFUILCL Jacob1 Fdna May Adams Suc Wolford Esther Rob1nson jacluc Schuttc Dorcnc Bcrry lncz Hottcll Luclla Dcal Sh1rley Blackburn Ellzabeth Shoup Rau 2 Dor1s Shaffer Barbara McHone Dorothy DeVore Hvonne Prcssell Donna Locey Mar1lyn Shaffer Pat Vo1gn1er Mary Ann Burd Dolores Archer Jeanette L1ttle Rau 1 Zoerado Bacot Ann B1ggs Barbara Craycroft Marglc Hxscy JoAnn Rxchcrt Nancy Robcrtson Trl H1 Y The Tr1 H1 Y club was orgamzed 1n November of 19-15 'lhe purposes of the organ1zat1on are to create, mamtaxn, and extend throughout the home school, and commun1ty h1gl1 standards of Chr1st1an character Because of the great popuIar1ty of the club, three chapters haye been formed The Alpha chapter, under the d1rect1on of MISS Ruth Braeut1gam IS open to lLlIl1Ol' and sen1or gnrls the Omega chapter, sponsored by M1ss Mllflill Ryall IS offered to sopho mores, and the Alpha Beta chapter under the gu1d ance of M1ss Gertrude XW1lson, IS 1 fayorxte of the freshman g1rls o1ntly the clubs enjoyed an 1n1t1at1on that took place 1n the fall and a May Day Dance IH the sprmg Other p'1st1mes of the year were Chr1stmas carol1ng, a moy IC party and the sendmv of delegates to Camp Tecumseh at Delph1 Indnfn, the state H1 Y and Tr1 H1 Y camp 'l he clubs were host to the d1str1ct meetmg 10 March Char1ty projects such as Ffmnly Care Packages at Chr1stmas and the g1fts sent to Korean ch1ldren, were flnanced by each club m11nta1n1ng a check room for all home basketball games The groups also helped w1th the M1le of D1mes campa1gn N In the way of separate act1v1t1es, the Alpha Betas had a ChflSIm3S party, a skatmg party, and sold Tr1 H1 X 1 B1rthday Calendars The Omega chapter sponsored a Spr1ng Tea for mothers and furmshed a Clean Thoughts, Clean Words Clean Act1ons slogan for each room 1n school The Alpha chapter enjoyed monthly mght meetmgs and, SIHCC they are mostly 1nterested 1n sen1or act1v1t1es, presented a Tr1 H1 Y award to the outstand1ng sen1or g1rl The The officers of the year for the Alpha chapter were pres1dent, Barbara Cravcroft, VICC pres1dent, Marjor1e HISCY, secretary, o Ann R1chert treasurer, Nancv Robertson, chap1a1n, Ann Bnggs Ofhcers for the Omega chapter were pres1dent, Yvonne Belcher VICC pres1dent, Martha Peck, secre tary, Mary Sue LaDuke, treasurer, Sue Longest, chaplam Patty Roberson sergeant at arms, oan 'letl1er, h1stor1an, Betty Cuzzort For the Alpha Beta chapter, the officers were pres1dent, Martha Ann R1tz, v1ce pres1dent, Sh1rley Shaffer, secretary Lesta Ann Gast1neau, treasurer, Ga1l Sm1th chaplam, Sharon Lynch, sergeant at arms, A1leen Luallen, hnstorxan, Mary Lou Voss , H. 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Rau 4 Mass Ryall Mary Ann Foster Pat Chrxsuansen Nma Shradcr Sharon Ixlmgcr Betty Smxth Marxlyn Snyder JoAnn Medlock Peggy Funk Nancy Neely Rau 3 Mlrxam LaDuke Kay Ducr lNancy Roberson Lmda Roberson Betty Baylor Shlrley Borden Rosallnd Brown Phylhs Becht Janet Terry Nancy Barnes Betty Hutchmson Kcnslg Sally Homrxghauscn Shxrlcy Bayctcr Marxlyn Shcrrell Marltnc Butler Mary Lou Breen Jacmta Clay Mary jane Bowman Sharon DuVall Patsy Garman Rau 7 Deanna Chase Phyllxs Doyyell Barbra Emhrcy Lcslxc Walbrxdge Lucxllc Dorsey 'Nancy Shallcrs Judy Graham Jackxe Dyer Betty Cuzzort Rau l Yyonnc Belcher Sue Longest Mary Sue LaDultt Martha Peck Patty Roberson joan Tethcr Rau 7 Oma Hardtsty Patrlcla Conrad Carolyn Wrnglxt Rau Mary Lou Voss Patrxcla Gregg Betty Flora Mary Farabee Sharon Thompson Anetta Brccden Gladys Payne Imogene Campbtll Carolyn Huscher Mnss Wnlson I Vlrgxnla Mueller Geraldmc Caudnll Sharon Lynch Ga1l Smith Shirley Shaffer lylartha Rltz A1lLLI1 Luallen Lesta Gastmeau Martha Bush junc Hart P154 Ylyly 'X me . .. 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Q i' A 1 U AA I 'Q V V I ' L V7 f k 'I' rx v V 1 I E . 6 y 4- l 1 Members of the Trl H1 Y form a trlangle the club emblem at thelr formal 1n1t1at1on whlch was held 1n the audntorxum of New Albany Senlor Hlgh School Club members are seen exh1b1t1ng school grfts People m other lands were helped by 'ln H1 Y and prolects as the g1rls worked on the1r forelgn serv1ce projects Glrls 'ls they attended C'1mp 'lecumseh on T1ppe Nlcmbcrs of the clubs dnstussmgn plans for in canoe Rner ln the summer of 1931 assembly program Stzt 1 A Trl H1 Y group carolmg for shut ms 'tt Club members as they operate then' check room C'hr1stm1st1me for home basketball games Marrlyn ShalTer and oe Kelley are seen as ueen and Ixlng of the 1951 Derby Exe Dance wxhnch xx is held IH the East Sprnng Street School Gy mnasrum gd In an attempt to help communxtx proyects the Nlembers of the Trl H1 Y gase clothxng toxs md gurls work on the March of Dnmes campalgn food to a needy famxly as thexr famxly seruce project pl Q L I A . 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Q 1. ,Q ,qt ,tz 11211-fjft The abowe members of the Art Club enyoyed the annual Halloween party at the home of Roy Hamilton The Art Club is always ready and willing to do anything in its power to help out when called upon It has done such things as decorating the stage for graduation providing numerous props for plays, and adding that certain touch of gaiety to the halls nd windows durinff the Christmas holidays This should certainly prove how much the Art Club enjoys serving the school On Hallowx een a party was given and each mem ber wore a costume that displayed his originality and ingenuity Officers for the year were Roy H1m1lton presi dent William Hartman secretary and ames sored the club rt Lluh Rou 7 Shelley Jo Wolf jim Stamper Bill Hartman Beverly Bullington Jack Scharrer David Thomas jim Nance Kenneth Stearley Charles Johnson Linda Endicott Roy Hamilton Roz: 1 Mrs Biggerstaff Micheal Lee Gaddie Shirley Blackburn Shirley Luther Cherry Iynch Rosalind Brown Rhonda Lynch Nancy Richards Joann Snook Evaline Denny Nellie Hargis Page bcztum lu u A Q . 9 a . I . U . . ' . V 1 - l 9 ' . ' i 2 . i , '- A ' ' , - 9 J Stamper, treasurer. Mrs. Virginia Biggerstaff spon- ' x l "l 9 I S . 9 i H a D a V s YS 3 9 1 l 'I ' I 5 . ' 9 l - V ' Y 9 ' Y 5 . 9 , , , . , . . D ,- I Rru Albert Resehke -Ice Proettr Charles Baer Ronnie Beard Mr Brown Ruiz james Habermel Marilyn Salesman Charlotte Hunt Doris Hill Irene Hubler Ruth Hess R111 john Htrltss -limes Smith Dolores Gohagan Cherry Smith Helen Zemon Patsy Gehring Rou jimes Purcell lxenneth Shnel Bobbie Flliott Carolyn Moss Mary Schickel Marilyn Lee Rru Bart n Haustok Bill Edwards Roy Seng Marshall LaDuke janet Flora 'Vlary Chris Koch jo Ann Fulkerson Plmtography To foster the dey elopment of a hobby of picture taking and to give members a broader knowledge of photographic techniques are the objectives of the Pnotography Club which was organized in 194'-3. The thirty'-three members of the club kept busy during the year taking pictures of school activities. These pictures were then placed on sale to obtain money for club operation. The organization also sponsored a photography' contest. This contest held from January' 6 to February I8 was open to all students of the school. Officers of the year were: Ronald Beard presi- dent' Marilyn Lee vice president' Treva Agan sec- retary: and Marshall La Duke treasurer. The club is under the supervision of its original sponsor Nlr. Delbert A. Brown. The first prize in the annual Photography Club contest was yson by Phyllis Hassett with the picture shown below Z-. T' e .L Piet . ez lfwl- fv 't nine Club Receiving instructions frcm Mr. Francis and Mr. Milgate are jim Dyer and Arthur McKim. The Rifle Club was organized in 1944 for the shooting for Army and N. R. A. awards, and par- purposes of teaching marksmanship and safety with ticipation in local, state, and national matches. firearms, giving experience in target shooting, en- couraging sportsmanship, and instilling ideals of conservation. The oflicers were: Jimmy Dyer, president, Arthur McKim, vice president, Carolyn White, sec- retary, and Robert Combs, executive officer. Mr. A special project of the club was the sponsoring Francis sponsored the club with Mr. Milgate as of a sectional shooting meet of a national match. assistant instructor and Mr. William Wright as Other activities included basic rifle instruction, range oflicer. Row 3: Mr. Francis, Dan Mook, Joe Baxter, Richard Frazier, Glen Jackson, Ice Eiler, Roger Dannenfelser, Andrew Libs, Paul Claflin, Arthur McKim, jimmy Dyer, James Coffman, Mr. Milgate. Row 2: Bill Wheeler, Joe Hock, Dennis Murphy, Melvin Beasly, jimmy Roberts, Walter McGee, Rcbert Hartman, Wfalter Lang. Row 1: jerry Badger, Paul Wheat, John Steinhauer, Frances White, Sharon Kiper, Carolyn Wfhite, Sylvester Juliet, Don Compton, Frank Lelller. P zgtf Sul 611.21-l'lI,'llI' Stuudmg Jcnnc Mclxmght Inez Hottell Janell Kmg Sealed Sue Muller Kay Xlflgllflg Shlrlcc Loughmlllcr Lucretia Wrxght Shxrley Goodale Barbara Grundy Lola Bays Mary Purcell Margaret Lamb Nancy Robertson Betty Thomas june Tacltett Lmda Bovscn Norma Pctcrson Mary Bensmg, Mrs Russell Future lo encourage mterested students to consrder the requrrements and opportumtles offered ln a nurs mg career and to help the students to fmd tlaenr future occupatrons, are the orngmal and mam pur poses of the Future Nurses Club The club yyas organized IH September of 1951, under the sponsor shlp of Mrs Russell, the school nurse ct1y1t1cs of the year cons1sted of yrsmng three schools of nursmg m LOLllSWlllC and tourmg hosox tals and nurses homes These trrps yyere yery educatronal rn that the grrls learned qurte a blt about hospxtal and nursmg equlpment Thc club also gaye specxal reports demonstra t1ons on hrst and and malcmv and applymg band ugcs to S1Llx and yy ounded persons juamta Beanblossom Marcella Murphy Judy Bocard lll 999 Specral projects and actryxtnes for the year yy ere repalrmg and CllSII'1lJLlIII'lg toys for thc orphans at St Vlncent s Home The club also ylsntcd tne home l'efore Chrrstmas The g1rls m the club formed a blby s1tt1nQ or ganuauon and enjoyed lt yery much The baby sxttmg also gave the glrls a chance to meet ncyy s nall ch1ldren The clubs ofhcers of the year yy crc as folloyys Paulme Colym, presrdent Marcclll Murphy y1ce presxdent, Sue M1ller secretary 5h1rlee Lough mnller treasurer The club IS open to my gurl mtcrcstcd 1n nurs xn sccc I l 1 . ' n lv I 1 ', ' . Y 9 V 1 9 v 1 v 9 V 1 I vi 7 1 f - y ' A ' ' ' . - ' .' ' , K . y - . . I 2 'V . . K - ,tg ' V' U ' Q -' ' ' people and to learn responsibility' in dealing with - V I - r . K ' I v v .v v Y wx I K Q : 'K ' I ' L L ' ' ' ' v' ' 1 , -, 2 ,. .' . c . 1 I . . ' - ' - -- N ' - ' 4 ' I Q L' l . P.1j' S 1 11."7-Ifizt Members of thc -I C L enjoy the annual Roman Banquet The purpose of the jumor Class1cal League IS to stimulate an mterest IH the classxcs ACIIVIIICS of the year consnsted of the tradmonal Roman banquet and the Roman Chrrstmas fSaturn ahah ce ebrated by a party wlth thc exchange of grfts Latm Week one of the bxgger act1v1t1es of C L was carrned through wnth projects posters ml announcements concerning Rome and Romans The League attended the shownng of uo V dxs IH Lou1sv1lle OF!-icers were consuls Cpresndentb Martha Ann R1tz Gary Bocard quastor itreasurerl janet Krat scrnptor lsecretaryj Bette Cuzzort censor fsergeant at arms? Dolores Schultz and aedlles Norma Schaefer Marlam La Duke, Imogene C mpbell Robert Wr1ght Paul Rnder and Robert Yost lumor Llasslml League Members of the club u ere Nancy Arganbrlght Shxrley Bassham Harold Becbe Ruth Best Gary Bocard Glorxa Bohanon Sonna Brxscoe Imogene Campbtll Deanna Chase Joseph Cheser James Clapp Bette Cuzzort Dxck Davrdson Edna Lou DeWeese Janette Dxerkmg Iacquelmc Dyer Jane Gnlley Judy Graham Lew Hartley Edxth Hollman Glenda jacobx W1ll1am Jaegers Janet Kraus Stella Kochert Laura Lamke Marlam LaDuke Bescrls Lcuthart Marye Morrxs Shxrley Ogden Janxce Oyycn Paul Rndcr Martha Ann Rntz Elrzabeth Robxnson Barbara Rouck Norma Schaefer Dolores Schulz Shenla Shuts Ruby Smelscr Sharon Stubblefield Aloha Taylor Connrt Volz Thcmas Weddle Robert Wrlght Robert Yost my dy Z' L- H' 'Sv I :ot 5clL11I15 C . ' , 1 1 . , J- ' '7 7 1 2 L f. 1 . - UQ G . H . I 4 , - 9 , 1 rf: . v ' . ' 1 ' q 9 -1 9 9 9 ' o y o I I 1 1 ll I L L l ' 1 I . U. , , . , , , ,. '- l . I . . . 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" - I.X 1' Q 'WWW 1515 m ilf' W r K f P 3 xv aww ,, I R011 7 Margaret Htffman Marllxn Clarlx Daxxd Trxbhey Ronald Garland Ben Phllllps Rxehard Flora joxee Sxexelxmg Aubrex Hampton Dons Wlndell Janet Largent Patsy Carper janette Llttle Rau I Frances Grax jane Gnlley Lee Bxrlx Constance V011 Joann Snook 'lhe Qlllll Club xxas organnzed nn September, U51 under tue lB2lLlCI'Sl'llp of Mlss Naomn Klrl-. lfe d of the Pngllsh department 'lhe club IS unusull IH that nt IS 1n no xx lx 1n tended to be A soeml org.m1zat1on The sole purpose of the club IS to eneournge and xmproxe ereauxe xx rmng among nts members 'l he members of the elub cons1der the abnlttx to express thelr ndetxs and to reeord them ln xx rmng a lxlll xntallx necessarx to the trammg of anx xxell educated person 'I he feelmgs of tne elub are expressed as folloxxs It ts xmperatlxe th tt xxe as future extnzens and xoters be able to express eandxdlx but eonxmemglx our op1n1ons and eonxneuons X free people xxlth out the .1b1l1tx to xx rate to record mdelnblx the1r stand on controxersnal Issues xxlll not cannot long remam free The Declaratlon of Independenee the C onstxtu tnon the B111 of Rlehts all masterpneees of xx rmng all 1nd1spensable safeguards of our freedom xx ould not haxe been ours had nt not been for the xx rmng qemus of Thomas Iefferson Although xxe nexer hope to attam the prom menee and slxxll of 'lhomas effe son xxe re'1l1ze that nt talxes manx manx eommon ordmarx people to defend themselxes from txrannx and to lxeep their eountrx free It IS for the reasons aboxe that the members of the u1ll Club xxant to learn the slexll of xxrrtmg effeenxelx Officers for the xear xxere Lee Bxrlx presxdent and .ine G1llx seeremrx treasurer I'1QcSeze111' Num f " I . v 'fi li . e V W, , , 0 x I K 4, 1- f r , . s X ' ' fl g v . 4 11 I 5 , , by 4 X .f- X . , 'C 4' x .V .. ,fr 1 X . 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Ofhcers who were nn charge of the many projects that the D E Club sponsored durmy, the year were Standzng Kenneth Wells Charles Smrth Seated Anna Reeder Dorrs Brevser Nelson Stone The Distributive Education Club was organized in 124' The purpose of the club rs to further the drstrrbutnve occupatron as a professron It also helps to promote Drstrrbutrve Educatron m hrgh schools and to make soc1al adjustments and adjust ments to neva srtuatrons 'l he outstandmg '1ct1v1ty of the year was attendmg the state D E Conventron at lndnanapolrs, where Dorrs Brewer and Charles Smlth were elected to state offlces The natlonal conventron was held at Wlchxta, Kansas 'lhe specml actrvrtres and projects of the year were the sale of hot dogs at the football games and the sale of prctures of the basketball team The officers of the year were Kenneth Wells presrdent ean Wrllnms, vrce presrdent, Dons Brewer, secretary Charles Smrth, treasurer Nelson Stone, publrcrty, Anna Reeder, sergeant at arms, Mr M L Mrltenberger, club sponsor Distr lllllllVQ EllUldll0ll Rou 3 Kenny Wells Charles Snuth George Broek Mr Mrltenberger Rau 2 Joyce Barley Mary Wolfe Gay Deem B1ll Wexs bach Nelson Stone Lenuel Sherrell Edgar Bachma'1 Marlon Pocker jean Wrllrams R ll l Mary Jo Regot Juanita Dyer Norma Kessler Anna Reeder Alma Kruer Juamta Dohoney Dorrs Brewer Joyce Watkm Betty Campbell Jo Ann Wrlhams 1-W-.-, mi- gr--v--V 1136 Stzenzq Ile! , . c 1. 1 - 7 . . 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Rou 3 Mr Stout Kenneth Froman Melvm Beaslev Rau 1 Sharon Smxth Margaret Haws Phylhs Keeslcr Rodney Hoefner Kent Trmkle B1llMaetschke Albert Mary Saunders Rosetta Adam Carolyn 'vlotsmger Reschke Shelley Fendall Barbara Vent Rou 7 Juamta Beanblossom Dnxxe Cox Betty Schmntt Treya Agan Yyonne Motsmger Naomx Navxlle Vera Bowman Lflnpllflge Lluh A new club among the many clubs at New Albany Semor Hrgh School IS the Language Club It was formed 1n September of 1951 Under the sponsor shnp of Mr Stout nt proved to be very successful durmg the past school year The purposes of the club were to create an mterest ln German and other languages at New Albany Hlgh School and to help the students m the1r advancement nn the German and Spannsh languages The club undertook many actnvmes durmg the past year one of whrch was a candy sale The club sponsored a Chrnstmas party vyhnch they hoped w1ll become an annual affanr m the years to come A skatmg party at Fontame Ferry Park 'md '1 plcmc conslsted of the sprmg actrvmes of tne club The feature and most colorful actxvlty of the club tus year w s the musical sklt Wh1Ch was presented at the first semester Blotter Show Th1s sknt fern tured a group of club members m 1 German Tavern scene and a band led by Don Moser lt was ftc cepted synth much favor by tl'e student body The club met weekly on Thursdays The ofhcers for the year were as folloyys Kent Trmkle presxdent Albert Reschke vzce presndent N ncye Neely secretary Phyllrs Kneler treasurer Page Sczcnlm Niue - t .. 1 1 ' .xx If V . 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Future Business Le-alle-rs of ine-rua To help students prepare for entermg the bust ness world IS one of the mam purposes of the future BLISIDCSS Leaders of Amerlea Ihe club was orgamzed durmg tne seeond semester of the 194819 sehool year, beeane 1 Charter member of the natlonal orgamzatlon 1n March 1949, and IS now Chapter 257 Durmg club meetmgs dlseusslons were held on sarxous buslness problems as how to get xnteruews wnat the employer expeets of hls employee, and the lmportanee of good personal appearanee Ron v Rlehard Wnlscmn Theresa jolnssunt Betts lirndges Shxrlu Smder enalee ulnot Reg.1naRou1.,1 Marx ane Murrax Rau 7 lene Duly Betty B nde Dons Bsmershaeh IDOFIS Brxant Shxrlu Baumann Ramona Smut Margaret Rakes, Joxee Wlesbach By partxelpatmg nn elub actnntles and learmng m are about the busmess uor'd meml ers may earn any one of three major degrees the lefder, the superusor, and the helper 'lhe person xx ho e1rns the leader degree, whlch IS the h1ghesr, mt st le tn outstandmg eommercml student Lnder the sponsorsh1p of Mr XV1ll1..m B Vmeent, the eluhs goals have l'eer1 to develop business leadershlp to eneourage xmproxerent ln scholarship, and to help preplre n eml ers for em ployment Rm: I Patrlux Smex anet Snndhaeh ummm lax or VINIAH 'laylor Vlrgmll Wfennlng., o Ann bmlth Mary Smex Donna Speneer Mr Vmtent PlQe11 fx 1 O Q 1 I l I ' I ll 1 1 1 1 ' e 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 11 1 1 1 1 , , 1. . 1 1 -, 1 1 1 1 , . 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U '1 U , . fx , .', , 1 f 19 v- I 1 - 1 1 -. ., , , 1 1. - . . - ,. , , .., ',- , l w l T The Future Business Lcadcrs of America were under Sandbach Jolene Daily Viyran Taylor An initiation dinner for neyy members yyas held at the Colonial Manor on Noyemher 78 Various field trips yy ere also made, one to the IB M offices in Louisyille and another, February 7 to the Courier ournal building The group also attended IDC Zlflilllifll state LOHXCHUOD Club officers for the year yyere olene Daily Sandbach, secretary, and Io Ann Smith treasurer The club s creed is as folloyy s I belieye tn t free education is the right of eyery young person in America I laelieyc 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 oyyn and other lands I .agree to do my utmost to bring about better understanding and cooperation on the part of all these groups the capable leadership of their officers Jo Ann Smith Jan t I believe eyery young person should prepare himself for a useful occupation, and that he should carry on that occupation in a manner that yy ill bring the Greatest good to the greatest number I belieye eyery young person should be actiyely interested in better social, political community, and family life I belieye eyery young person has 1 right to earn ms liying at a useful occupat on and that this ri ht should not be denied him because of race, color or creed I belieye eyery young person should take re sponsibil ty for carrying out tssigned tasks in 1 manner thit yyill reflect credit to himself his associ ates, his school and his community I belieye in my oyyn ability to yyorl-. efficiently nj to think clearly and I pledge myself to use these abilities to make America rl better place for eyeryone age Inf 1, if I u i 24 dpi ., :F I bf if: ' 5,6 V, I R i. 1 x , A . 1 1 . A g . ' : l , C ' vy 1' v I . .N V. Q 1 Y X, I D I y , y y . presidentg Vivian Taylor, vice presidentg janet H - , , , , , , - A, . - - ' 1 : I - V 1 , .. . I , 0 4 . . . y 7 ' l . ' ' - " ' , . , . I . l- 1. ' . U A K 5' i . Q ' ' v. , '.' I., 2 -' I f ' 2 , , ' , - ' -r - 2 I A i i I I s A I il' I .1 ' Q Q K Q A Q 'I- c P ' ' :iff "C 'trump Collectors The N. A. H. S. Stamp Collectors Club is one of the new clubs which was first organized in the fall term of 1951, under the direction and leader- ship of Mr. Norman Smith. The club was organized to further and develop the interests of the students who participate in stamp collecting as an individual hobby The club attempted to promote and gain the attention of more stamp collectors in order that the club might be expanded and that new ideas might be contrib uted Officers elected to be in charge of the club and preside over the meetings were the following presi dent, jim Robinson, vice president, Stanley Aeber Rou 3 Stanley Aebersold Tommy Shrader James Robin son Bob Wright Joe Donan Rau 2 David Tribbey Ronald Klassen Gregory Hawkins Paul Russell Mr Smith sold, secretary, Dennis Powellg and treasurer, Albert Prince. The most important thing accomplished by the club was the organization and development of the club itself. During the weekly meetings, trading sessions and stamp auctions were held. Members of the club contributed stamps so that they could be traded with other members to enlarge their individual collections Also during special meet ings an auctioneer was appointed and stamps were auctioned to those interested in buymv This money helped develop the clubs treasury For the first year of existence the Stamp Collec tors Club has drawn the interest of many N A H S students Rm 1 Albtrt Princa. Dennis Powell Daud Klassen Richard Keller Jerry Keller Charles Steele .I Page Eigfnlj T110 Rau 4 Don Moser Kenneth Bennett Pete Corrao Ron 3 Leo Seng Charles Hennmger Bully XVxlson Bx Maetschke Pat Flynn Kent Koehler Mr Hennon Ron 7 Donme Dyer Dayxd Trnbbey Janette Lnttle Ann Mam Carolyn Vance jan Mam jane Murray Bxlly Stromxer Ronnne Dlerkmg Ile-porters A club for future lournalnsts ns the Reporters Club 'll e mun prolect of the club thxs ye1r vsas sell :nf programs at the home football and basketball gnntes Proceeds from the sales were used to send ten de effates of the Blotter and Annual staffs to the lnd1ana H gh School Press Assocnatlon at Franltlm College Franklxn,lnd1ana Tl e club yyas sponsored by Dir Edmond Hennon nd was formerly orvanlzed IH the fall of 1918 lts purpose IS to gwe underclassmen an opportumty to nrlte for the school paper Thns year the club yy s onen to all classes New ofhcers were elected the second semester They were Ronme Dnerkmg presndent erry Montgomery uce presndent Gmny Lou onts secretary, and Kent Koehler, sergeant at arms any if Rau I Donna Kay Locey Audrey Pearson Judy Svutzer GIHHY Stone Wanda 'Ihorn Gmny Jones Carol Hueb ner Shelxa Steproe Betty Masterson Wi., T t hrst su muster ctllctrs xxcrf. 7 Dun hytrdon sccrttary jury Montgomery uct prtsxdtnt Don Moser strgtant at arms Rau I Marx Lhrxs lxoch treasurer Audrey Pearson PYLSI dent 156118 111 I y , ' , '. v .' 1, , , V l Q . 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L t . lISll The Musnc Hour Club was orgamzed for the purpose of teachrng students to apprecmte good muslc The members spent the1r club pernod each week l1sten1ng to selected records and C.llSCLlSSlf!g them By hstemng to old favorntes or class1cs the muslc repertonre was mcreased Benefits were ganned by the comparnson of the cl1ss1c and modern numbers The only requxrement for membershrp was that the person be genulnely nnterested lil good IHLISIC The newly orgamzed club boasted twenty members and was open to new membershnps durmg the entlre year The club held a candy sale durmg the early part of the year Durmg club perlods, the members enjoyed llsten Rau I Betty Mastcrson Shctla Stcprot joan Iaxshcr Lcta Snyder Barbara Vcxt Eugene Anderson Eltzabeth Allen Hour mg to Mndsummer Nlghts Dream Suite by Mendelssohn Frederic Grofes Grand Canyon Suxte The Unflnrshed Symphony, The Trout by Franz Schubert, a number of Straus Waltzes, Oxerture to Tannhauser by Wagner, George Gershwms The Man I Love, and Sleeptng Beauty Waltz and Serenade for Strmgs by Peter Tschfulxoysl-ty Seyeral Stephen Foster me odxes were enjoyed as well 'is some of the better known folk songs Todays popular h1t tunes w re not mcluded because of the many other OpPOI'ILl1'11IlLS to lxsten to them vxce presldent Naomn Navnlle secretary Ellzabeth Allen treasurer, Annette Cooper Mr Stout was club sponser Rau 7 Marilyn Carol Cathermc Dohoney Lxnda Flock Ferne Crosner Naoml Nayxlle Peggy johnson Annttfc. Cooper Elnora Hockcrsmlth Rau 3 Dayld Streckfus jim Clayton B111 Wilson Daye Allgood john Scott june Loften Joyce Mnttag Puev. Ilcfll IMI: O I I , K 5 , 1 9 y . . . . y 1 . . ' Y ' 7 Y ' I I 1 c v I .v C I - U . I V . .1 ' ' Ofhcers of this year were: president, janet Fisherg , . . , . . 3 A Y . ' Q . . L c ' a 'A 1 4 1 - ' 1. 1 I T w ' ' S- Q ' - ' Rau 3 Mr Wray Lynn Edwards jlm Robmson Henry Ron I Charles Baer Wayne Kung Barncy Pxcrce john Denton Hanno Meyer Kcnncth Shnel Hoglen Richard Keller Rfu 7 John Largent jo Hock Auther Smxth Denford Tcrry Bll Edwards Edgar Marven George Sloan Electronics Club Clubs t New Albany Semor Hlgh School are organlzed for yarymg purposes Some are for soclal enjoyment some are to encourage better c1t1zen sup some are to ard ln the development of skllls the school and the student body Although a club may be organlzed to fulflll several of these pur poses the Electromcs Club was developed pr1mar1ly to perform the latter of the ones mentnoned aboye The club has as 1ts mayor purpose the develop ment of quallfied operators for SlSl13liild classes ln order that usual ands mnght be presented more satnsfactornly and effectnvely to the students and teachers The club also helped prepare students to enter classes 1n WNAS Radlo Workshop smce lt taught the use of some radlo equnpment Electromcs ns one of the newest clubs at N A H S It yy as organized at the begxnnmg of the fall term of 1931 Because of the newness of the club lf was decnded not to elect officers untrl the club yy as more fully developed Among the actnvmes of the year merely gettmg the club started was most lmportant Thls and the trammg of operators left lnttle tnme for socnal exents The club was under the sponsorshxp of Mr Shxrl Vsfray Page Izcbty Ffzc V .. . V, , , ' ' , V , 4. A q 1 ' , . V ' . , ' , Q . . ' f l , ' . 1 ' --' , 2 . ' . ' ', f , , . a V . . . . . 2 ' . . , . l . . . . . 1 9 . . . . . . , , V Of HPPTCCIQIIIOHSQ and SOHIC ilfe Ofgafllzed to S6l'VC - . ' 7 K - , . Q . . V . 1 ' r . . . . V Y . 4 9 l l ' 1 c , . . 1 ' 4 ' - . . . . . . . . ' 4 ' ' ' , . Y. 1 -C . . 7 4 l 1 ' ' 1' c ' ' 4 ' z I . I 4 ' . c 1 Y . c c A Q7 gl 5 .f fam 1 V Q2 9 Mr. Fielder Myers as he directs the New Albany High School Concert Band through such enjoyable programs as "The Glendy Burke." the annual Christmas Concert. and many others. The N. A. H. S. Band in full dress uniform. 1 f 1. ., f at ,. New Alban, The N. A. H. S. Band is recognized throtxgltout the state as one of the most outstanding musical organizations. The personnel includes soloists and ensembles, who have brought state wide recognition to the music department by their superior ratings in contest festivals. During the year the activities of the Band are many and varied. ln addition to the annual con- certs. the Band has appeared at all athletic events. Highlights of the year included participation in the Indiana High School Band Day at Indiana Univer- sity and the Bedford Band Festival under a host of nationally known conductors. The organization is proud of the many alumni who are members of bands in the nations leading universities and in the bands of the Armed Services. High Sclmul li1IIll't'l'l llaml CLARINETS lfreeda Wfaggoner Margie Spencer joe Proctor Donna Nance Martha Peck Robert Yost Fred Goetsch joyce jefferson Mary Lorenz Rosetta Adam Daris Hill Dick Dayidson Lois johnson Peggy' Funk Phyllis Becbt jerry Hodge Charles Roberson Sharon Murphy Regina Elliott Virginia Mueller james Peters ALTO SAXOPHONES Billy Sparks Doris Radcliiif Yyonne Belcher jean Mueller jeffrey Arcemont Delbert Arthur james Nance TENOR SAXOPHONES Yyonne Motsinger Charles Steele BARI TONE SA XOPI IOXE Way ne liaumgartle lfLl'TES Nancy Barnes jerianne Colwell ALTO CLARINET james Clayton HASS CLARINETS janette Clayton jatk Eastman CORNETS john Largent james Hertling j 1 Ann Richert llermaline Sweet Ted Grayer Margaret Blomquist Carole jack janet Fisher Loeta Cole Robert Armstrong Ll iyd Koehler Raymand Christiansen Earl Adam FRENCH HORNS Nancy Robertson Marilyn Longest Barbara Colwell Esther Robinson Sue Longest Stella Kochert TRLMPETS David Campbell Carolyn Motsinger Ben Ewton james XVright TROMBON ES Dean Miller Treya Agan Darlene McCulloch Margorie Steproe Billy XVittmer Karl Vtrecht james XValker Sue Cummins janette Dierking Betty Hutchinson BASSES john Wells Anna Terrell Charles Pamplin Thomas Vfeddle ii 1 ts ia: A iv? ' OBOE Margie Ili ffiiian STRING BASS Annette Cooper PERCLSSIOX Frank Lorch Richard Lanham Carolyn Shultz james Sinkhorn Eddie Scbarf Connie Eendall TYMPANI joe Kelley 'LVUIRLERS Barbara Colwell Imogene Mueller Martha Peck jerianne Colwell Carolyn Motsinger DR UM MAjOR joe Kelley HA MMOND ORG AIN Ereeda Wfaggoner RADIO PRODUCTION 'Q' H 1, , n . ' rp. ' . . , If li .- . 1512i +0-1-un Q 53 C , " 2' ' 3 Margie Spencer Z i 9 15 ew lhany High g'i'Im0l ll0lll'Ql'l Choir Eighty-five voices blending together in song form the New Albany Senior High School Concert Choir. The Choir is under the direction of Mr. Robert E. Carter. The purposes of the Choir are to promote good singing for as many students as possible, to encour- age the enjoyment of music through active partici- pation, and to help students to gain poise and stage presence by appearances in concerts before students and the general public. The Concert Choir received state-wide recogni- tion when it appeared as the featured choir at the Ron' -I: Regina Rough, Ruth Hurt, Nancy Arganbright, Barbara McGee, Marilyn Longest, Donna Foster, Bettye Brooks, Patsy Breen, Finley Brown, Pat Burke George Crone, Terry Thom, Frank Wilcox. s Rau' 3: Sharon Klinger, Barbara Brooks, Ann Wunderlich Betty Hock, jackie Rowe, Janet Largent, Nancy Reed, jerry Banet, james Wright, Don johnson, Hanno Meyer. s lndiana State Teachers' Convention in Indianapolis. "Music For the Seasons" was the title of the choral concert presented at the convention. November proved to be one of the Choir's busiest months. The group, along with the Speakers Club, presented the Thanksgiving Assembly. lt partici- pated in the Kiwanis Variety Show and sang for PTA Open House, which was held during American Education Week. On November 26, the Choir combined with the Band to do the premier per- formance of Stephen Collins Foster's "The Glendy Burke," a fantasy arranged by Professor Newell Long, well-known arranger and composer. Rau' 2: Shirley Curts, Nancy Richards, Martha Austin. Marie Gehring, Doris McKinney, Bettie Lethig. Catherine Dohoney, Larry Darneal. Nelson Stone. Floyd Sumner. Ron' I: Sally Leffler, Anna Terrell, jean Hall, Dolores Reclden, Mary Bryant, John Hoffman, Dick W'z1rd, Aubrey Hampton, Bill Weisbach. During the Christmas season, the Choir presented two concerts: one during an assembly for the student body, and the other. the annual Christmas concert for the public. Nearly half of the Choir members participated in the Indiana School Music Contest, either as soloists or ensemble members. The contest was held at Hanover College. During the year, many recordings were made of the Choir. These were used in roducin' a radio S program over the school station, WNAS-l M. The 'rz.A'-"' ' " proc tm entitled The NAHS Concert Choir was presented on alternate Friday afternoons. Donna Foster and Bettye Brooks, both members of the Choir, were co-directors of the program. The Choir met each school day during the fifth period for a practice session in the band room. Rau' -I: jerry Tyler, Kenneth McClure. Bob Madison, Robert Plaiss, Marcia Shepherd, Joyce Sieveking, Marilyn Thomas, Rea Bright, Dolores Hardman. Shirley Snyder. Rau' 3: james Mivelaz. Ronald Love, Kenneth Shivel. Carol Kirk. Nancy Austin, Sue Wolford, Gloria Belxiy. Margie Spencer, Mary Sue LaDuke. Joyce Sweet. Wfanda Thorn. Mr. Robert Carter as he directs the New Albany High School Concert Choir through one of the many outstand- ing programs presented this year. Ron' 2x john Wells, XVarren McClure, Garnett Hassett, Mary Carla Engleman. Pat Miller. jan Ann King. Nancy Allen. Myra Warren. lfugenia Anderson. Jane Murray. Ron' I: Dale Haws, Robert Curd. Bill Lester. Albert Prince. Martha Pyle. Irene Hoback, Gloria VonAllmen. Freeda Waggoner. Margaret Blomquist, Carol XVilson. 5331 I . r 4? .l 2 6 A -6 i- - - ? vi 5,4 2 5. l 5 , 7 .fp ff -I . i .iifni M 'I 2. if .-' , " ' "" L . Row 4: Nancy Austin, Patsy Breen, Nancy Reed, Nancy Arganbright, Bettye Brooks, Janette Clayton, Rea Bright, Joyce Sieveking, Grace Drago. Row 3: Carol Barkes, Sally Leffler, Ann Wentzell, Mary Carla Engleman, Janet Largent, Mary Bryant, Margie Spencer, Freeda Waggener. Bel Founded twenty-five years ago, Bel Canto is one of the oldest and most popular clubs at N. A. H. S. It was organized for the purpose of bringing good music to the student body and the public and en- couraging the vocal ability of high school girls. Bel Canto selects its members through recom- mendation followed by tryouts each year. This year the students of N. A. H. S. enjoyed Plzgt' Nillcly Row 2: Jacqueline Rowe, Martha Powell, Glenda Smith, Doris McKinney, Marilyn Longest, Sue Longest, Barbara Colwell, Yvonne Belcher. Row 1: Jo Ann Schell, Nancy Wilson, Mary Ann Burd, Donna Foster, Shelley Fendall, Dolores Redden, Ann Terrell, Margaret Blomquist. Canto Christmas caroling in the halls, an annual project of the club. Early in the year the club enjoyed a dinner at the home of one of their members fol- lowed by a formal initiation of the new mem- bers. An outstanding event of the year was Bel Canto's annual musical show, "Salute to the South," with many popular southern songs. To climax the club's many activities, the members enjoyed their annual spring formal dance. i Oflicers for the first semester this year were: lfreeda XY'aggoner, president: .IZIHCI Largent, vice president: jackie Rowe, secretaryg Nancy Reed. terasurer: Pat Breen. librzlriilng Bettye Brooks, sergeant-:lt-zlrmsg Donna Foster and Mary Ann Burd. publicity co-chairmen. For the second semester officers were: Donna Foster. president: lfreeda Vfaggoner, vice president: jackie Rowe. secretary: Dolores Redden, treasurerg Mary Bryant, lihrzzriang Margie Spencer, sergeant-at-arnisg Janette Clayton and Mary Ann Burd, publicity co-chairman. Mr. Robert Carter sponsors the Bel Canto Club. 'lhc ollnctrs who hcadcd thc planning., of the annual Bcl Canto Show wcrc Sldlllflllg Donna Foster jackic Rowe Dolores Rcddtn 5441411 Irccda Waggoncr Rrzz 7 Nia gc Spencer Nano Wilson acqu lint l Rau Austn 'Nlarx Bryant Cnltndi bmlth lancttc Clnton out biuekmg., Niarcia bhtphcrd Pat Brtcn Varilxn Longest I Frctda Vaggoner Hyonnc Bclchcr Sue Longest Ltffltr Nlartha Pile Shellu hndall Nlarx Ann Burd oAnn Schcll Ann Tcrrcll Wanda Thorn Nlargarct Blomquist Barbara Cowell Plat X 4 Ut 4 A I 'a r af ,x 1 I l 7 x f ' ,. . - . v V' . V . . . 1 I I -.,A,Z,iA , .I -,"-,lhyttu 1 I. .. " , Q v . .- .i . Ilsris McKinney. Bettye Brooks. Nancy Reed. Nancy Joyce Sweet, Norma Osborne. Rea Bright, Sally Y- I. , l " 1 .f fm gif! ' WNAS FM the ptoneer low power radlo statxon 1n the public schools of Amertca, New Albany For the past three years the New Albany C1ty Schools have been prlvxleged to own and operate a fully lrcensed radto statlon Durmg th1s tlme they have presented programs of drama, musnc, news, educatxon, and athletxcs Thxs year 22 members of the radxo staff wrote planned, and produced 10 to 12 lnve shows per week Over 550 New Albany boys and g1rls appeared over WNAS durnng the school year 1951 1952 from one to one hundred twenty t1mes makmg a grand total of 10 000 student broadcast part1c1pat1ons In addmon to the ltve shows carrned each week, the student statlon broadcast on the average of 18 to 70 transcrlbed educat1onal programs mcludmg tape shows from Indtana Purdue and Minnesota Row 2 Denford Terry Henry Denton Bxll Sparks Janet Largent Janette Clayton Betty Brxdges Marty Gohmann Lee Mook SPM UHIVCISIIICS Special weekly broadcasts thls year featured tape sertes secured from the National As socnatxon of Educatlonal Broadcasters of whlch WNAS IS a member The years programs were hlghllghted by many speclal events Among them was the address of Governor Henry F Schrtcker to the boy scouts of New Albany WNAS also had an exclusxve lntervlew wxth 28 educators from forelgn countrnes who were v1s1t1ng N A H S The sportscastmg staff brought play by play ac counts of all athletlc events at home, and all away games not covered by commercxal stattons, from September through March Besldes nts regular weekly school day schedule WNAS was on the a1r each evenrng Monday through Thursday from seven to nme p m , durtng the last four months of school Row 1 Daud Allgood Charles Baer Mary Ann Burd Nancy Wtlson Jolene Daxly Ann Wentzell Vtrgmna jones Phyllts McHone Seated Bettye Brooks Donna Foster Margxe Spencer Dolores Sherflck P11gcfX111tl'4 T110 u . - - - - - . . - . . n . . . . . . . . , ' . , . , . . , '- , . . 1 . 1 . . 1 .. , , . . L 1 1 - . ' . ,' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . Y Y . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 V . 1 - 1 - . , ' ' 1 1 1 Dolores Sherfick, Bill Sparks, and jolene Daily broadcasting their weekly teen-age program, "Teen Time." Mr. Marvin Oakes and Mr. Vernon McKown, checking a "mike." Marty Gohmann and Henry Denton broadcasting a basketball game, while Charlie Baer oper- ates the remote amplifier. Grade school children visiting XWNAS for "Spell Around," di- rected by Mr. Charles Wells. Denford Terry. o p e r a t i n g equipment. David Allgood and Ann Vfent- zell, a n n o u n c i n g from the XVNAS stud io. C? SDIIIILIIIQ Carolyn Radcliff membershup chairman Var eella Mxller treasurer Kent lxoehler sergeant at arms Lara Lynn Rhoads Hee presxdent Phyllxs McHone seeretary St md Marua Hampton presxdent Rau 7 Pete Corrao Mr Knobeloch Rau 4 Donna Clark Marcia Hampton Don Moser lxent lxoehler john Byrd joe lxelley Ray Waltrip Delle Whlttxnghlll Mlrxlyn Clark Audrey Pearson Connie Manus Rau 2 lxentTr1nk1e oe Donan Don Izyerdon Pat Flynn Wxllnam Maetschke Nancy Shacltlett Carol Sue Dlathes Emma Lou Rlely Judy Flexscher Emxlle Stem janell KIDS Thespmns Be 1 first nxghter' Get your reseryitlons mm No lt wasnt a New York premler the Thespmns were just campangnmg for one of the plays that they were golng to produce durmg the past sehool year The mfun proyect of the elub w1s to help nn the produetxon of school plays Besides gxvmg then' oyyn play On Borrowed Tlme, on March 21 find 77 they 'lssxsted ln the PI'OC1LlCI1OIl of Dear Ruth 1nd the Senlor C1155 play Dear Ruth was 1 plzy gnen by the speech class, November 79 and 30 Among thelr other actnvmes, the Thesp1ans gaye 1 pep sessxon precedmg the Bedford New Albany bfisleetbill game A mock basketball game was held and 111 members partxcnpated Ron 7 Loxs Heldman Jackle Shea Yyonne Motsmger Dorls Radclxff Betty Hock Shxrley jackson Jean llall Vlff.,lfll'1 Lange Nnrgmla jones Gerry Schmidt Cara Lynn Rhoads Ruu l Callne Walters Marcella Mxller Dolores Shernck Phyllls Mcl-lone Carolyn Radclnff Vnrglnla Plexss Bar bara Mex er Joyce Tabar Ex elyn Campbell Plat Xzftf ffm f l 1 L e N' .. i 1 . ,, ., H . 1 - . 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The purposes of the club are to establxsh the dyancemtnt of dram 1t1t flrt ln the secondary schools to adyance standards of dramatnc arts rn all phases and to crmte an actrye, mtellngent xnterest ln dramatlts among teen agers rn the hxgh school ln 1045 Troupe 674 of New Albany yy as organ 1zc:l and became a member of the Natronal Thespxan Socrery Accep ed for membershrp arc t lose students vs ho hue earned t e required ten povnts through partlcn patron rn some phase of dramfnt cs Ten pomts must be earned each year by club meml-ers One may be come a One Star Two Star, or Three Star Thespmn more pomts becomes a four star or Honor Thesplan Honor Tlrcspnan IS the hwhcst iward tme club be stows The club yy as sponsored by Mr Calym Knobe loch, who replaced Mr Wllllam Rodgers, when Mr Rodgers re entered the Nayy last fall The cast of the sprmg productron On Borrow ed Tnme are shown below Rau I Donna Clark Lons Heldman Donald Beck, Audrey Pearson Marcxa Hampton x7lI'g1K'll2lJ0l"lCS Dolores Sherhclt X The stage crux for Dear Ruth were Kuetlmg John Byrd Ixcnt Koehler Standmq Ray XX altrxp Marcxa Hampton, Drck Lanham Rau 7 Mary Chris Ixoth Linda Rcexes Ray Waltrip Phyllls Mtlalone, Bxll Sparks Duck Lanham, Dean Mlllcr Rnu 5 George Sloan Don Lee Mnlltr Pat Flynn Pete Corarro Lu. Mook Pugt LNIIILI, 11 t 4 A 1 I - Q V 1 4 4 4 Q - 4 I r i 2 , . V . . . ' Q ' 1 " -' ' . ' . A 2 2 , K' ' ' , , , , l I V . X l ' ' A , . . 7 l X I . c I '. Y I 5 A D 1 1 Mx. S A A A w v Y . 'fs ' ' ' ' L. l l - ' t l .. l ' X -, . r ' ' , . ' ' A 1 1 - ' r . l. by' earning 20, 50. or 40 points. One with 50 or - Q . . A 1 1 ' 1 L ' . U . . - y F Q Y Y. l , .. ,, V , . " ., " 4. ,Z Y n . ' . 1 ' ', V 3 73 ' - A ' ' " Y ' " , . , . ' ' . ' . - V ' . -. , . . . ru i. ' . ' , H ' - , v 'I -' I , v ' - s N. Q . . l v ' -' 7 T - ' ' s l 1 The many actlutles and plays spans :red hx jumor Actors during., the year were under the leadershxp of Stundnzg, Kenneth Stearley Mxrtha Ptek Seated lxltty Luuk Shirley Curts Mrs Nxeholas Bxhhx Brool-.s LETTER J Nancy Barnes joan Fetner Marnlyn iahalan Marttllx Roblnson Tommy Batot Mnry Sue LaDuLe Smdtn Brown Kntty Luule Sue Hnmmett lxenntth Stearle Marxlyn Lane Martha Peek jxmmx XX xlker LETTER A llllllll l UFS As 1 umor Actor one has an opportumty to pre one l1lIHfLlf for hrs role on the dramatrc stage e r'1 Thesplan pomts galn poxse ln pLllJl1C, and pmettee r1d1o broadcastmg T te I amor Actors produced two plays thls year 'I he Pot Boller, 1 one '1ct play gn en on February 15 for freshmen and sophomores only proved to be suei 1 success wlth the underclfzssmen t 'mt II was gnen the fOll0XVlflU Erlday for the lLlIl1OfS nd senlors Chtrueters 1n the play were Ixen Stearley IS Mr Tnomas PlI1lx1l6S Sud Wxlma Crowe as Mrs Penc l Aubrey Hampton as Mr Inkwell Patsy Xfcdjvnfv as M155 Ixory Pape cutter XValter W'est as Mr Ruler Ted Grayer 1s Mr Ivory Papercutter Garnett Sl igl, Y11lI1lgCI' Hassett Alxte Parsons Joyce Sweet Pat Gmrman Barbara Brooks Lxnda Fndxtott Walter West Betty Faulleenhurg Carol Cohmann Auhrey Hampton Sue Longest Donna Lena Carol Wllson Barbara Mtlrlone Shxrley Elliott Xyonne Belther CENTER OF A Shlrley Curts Marlene Asn latsxe Weddxn Cwarne t Linda Radcliff Wllma Crowe P1,t 'Xzml' Six . 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' . l Shots rang out the audxence roared as Iunror Actors presented the fmal scene or the Pot Boilers A second productxon, Men Are Lnke Streetcars, was g1ven Apr1l 22 The plot of the play revolved around a teen age gnrl, Maudxe, who lnved by her own saymg, Men are hke streetcars If you mnss one, there s sure to be another along soon To promote the understandmg of good drama poses of the club It was orgamzed m 19-L9 by Mlss Gertrude Wllson and ns now sponsored by Mr Marcella Nxcholas Membershnp IS open to sopho mores and jumors only By sellmg team tags, the admnssnon prxce to the plays was lowered Stage materxal and a complete l1ne of make up were purchased wxth the proceeds from the plays Durmg the weekly meetmgs sknts were scheduled to determme the dramatlc abxlmes of the meml-ers Nlembers of the club may become Thespxans when ten pomts are earned by partxcnpatmg IH vlrnous dramatlc RCIIYIIICS Members of the cast of Men Are Luke Streetears were Ron 7 Shlrley Curts Ted Czrayer Linda Radcllff Carl Utrecht joan Tether Sandl Brown Rau l Pat Flynn 1' exlllx. Sez l l - . Q, . ,, . ' - ' . ' I ' . Y . U . D . V 1' ,l - , ,, and learn techniques of acting are the main pur- . . , . . . Q K. Yu Y Y Y A L ' v r v . , . r 1 ' ' ' . .ig f I-1--K ell Bowling The N. A. H. S. Bowling Club was organized in the fall term of 19-16 by Mr. Floyd Henry, who was sponsor of the club until this year. The club is now under the leadership of Mr. Melvin W. Mil- gate. The members of the league bowled at the Pearl and Oak Bowling Alleys. The main purpose of the Club was to help provide healthful recreation and beneficial exercise for students of New Albany High School. The members of the club sought to de- velop the interest of more boys and girls of high school age in bowling. To enjoy bowling as a sport, it is necessary to understand the principles of bowlingg therefore, the members attempted to learn the principles of better bowling. Rau' 2: Eddie Tenny, Norman Hale, Stanley Aebersold, Howard Losch, Bill Crosley, Gerry Jenkins. John Riely, Frank Marguet, Pat O'Rear, Ray Wfaltrip, George Underhill, Jerry Dillow, Gordon Martin, Don Summers, Ben Ewton, George DeArk. The Bowling Club was divided into five teams each team consisted of five members. Each team was backed by a local business agent, who sponsored the team and purchased bowling shirts or jackets for each team member. Team captains and sponsors for the past year were: Norman Hale, sponsored by Bush-Kellerg Stanley Aebersold, sponsored by Aebersold Floristg Jerry Dillow, sponsored by New Albany Ford dealers, Louis Snider, sponsored by Purity Maidg and Earl Adams sponsored by Breece Veneer Co. Rau' 1.' Larry Faith, jerry Badger, Maryln Bennett. Joyce Tabar. Inez Hottell, Peggy Dupaquier, Berniece Jacobi. Helen Smith. La Vonne Schellenberg, Margie Hoffman. john Hoffman, John Bensing. Seated: Mr. Milgate. zqt Xizztfuz-lf1AQf".' v x1 Gerry jenkins lets what he hopes is a sure strike roll down the alley. The officers for the l95l-32 leagues were: presi- dent, Pat O'Rearg vice president. Frank Marguetg secretary. Norman Haleg and treasurer. Stanley Aehersold. Officers for the girls' team were: president. Margie Hoffman. vice president, La Vonne Schellen- bergg secretary. Helen Smithg and treasurer. Maryln Bennett. Activities of the year included intra-school com- petition among the members of the club itself and individual tournaments. The climax was the annual bowling banquet. to which all members of the league were invited. Q. Ll :rr Officers for both the boys' and girls' leagues were: Standing: Stanley Aebersold. Norman Hale. Frank Marguet. Maryln Bennett. Helen Smith. Margie Hoffman. La Vonne Schellenberg. Seated: Pat O'Rear. At this banquet the teams obtaining first and second place standings during the past year were presented first and second place trophies. Also. individual trophies were awarded to the member with the highest number of points per game and to the member with the highest score in a series of games. For the first time. this year a double tourna- ment was held. and the winners of this contest were awarded first and second place trophies. This year the Bowling Club consisted of thirty- four members. including twelve girls and twenty- two bovs. lifqt Xilztft-X1m sl 3 1 , aim.. . Rau' 6: Carol Kamer, Shirley' Bedan. Shirley Bauman. Shirley' Hoover. Betty Greenwood. Barbara Veit. Martha Hollowell. Pat Owen. Marilyn Townsend, Sharon Koehler. Callie Walters. Ron' 5: Phyllis Wright. Jessie Wilson. Doris Banet, Berniece Jacobi. Sandra Brown. Sue Riley. Gloria Belviy. jackie Smith, Pat Miller, Phyllis Hassett, Virginia Wenning. Delle Whittinghill, Marie Schlenk. Ron' 4: Cveorgann Rasmussen. JoAnn Hanna. Shirley Good- ale. Pat Voignier, Janice Fenger. Sue Smith. Dolores Casey. Dora Ann XVorden. Virginia Lange. Nancy Parks. Nancy Austin. Peggy' Lou Ellis. Evelyn Hollo- well. Linda Bowen. Projects of the year consisted of the famous human formed hy' the boosters in their colors of red and white. The club also added quite a hit of variety' with its other formations this year, such as a Christmas tree, a '52, and a heart for Valen- tine's day. The usual activities of the year were completed with the annual trip to Spring Mill. 'lhcxse on the committee who welcomed the yisiting teams during the sectional were: Ron J: Betty Bridges. Emma Lou Riely. Juanita Bean- hlossoni. Patsy Schmitzer, janet Dieckmann. Cara Ly nn Rhoads. Ron I: Shirley Gaeke. jolene Daily. Phyllis Mrllone. Margie llisey. janet Sandhach. L.. 'I IX " A P, Rou' 3: Janell King. Connie Manus, janet Byrley. Doris Bryant. Emilie Stein. Joyce Tabar, Bonnie Stephens. Judy Bocard, Luella Deal. Shelley Fendall. Earlene Braden, Judy Fleischer. Rau' 2: Donna Clark, Sue Reeves. jackie Schutte. Evelyn Campbell, Marilyn Clark. Mary Lou Sinex. Edna May' Adams, Sue Wolford, Bonnie Wilson, Lois Heldman. Roy I: Betty Hock. Carol Barkes. Zoerado Bacot. Carolyn Furlong. Virginia Pleiss, Agnes Ball. Mary Florence Ollis. Betty' Ann Schmitt. Page Of1eH1n1JrtJ.u1.l Out Iunmr Boosters untor Boosters was organtzed IH 1948 for the purposes of promotmg better sportsmanshtp at all athlet1c events and boosttng all school act1v1t1es The organxzatrons Job of boostmg school sp1r1t keeps all members qutte busy On February 5 un1or Boosters presented a pep sessxon Durtng the program, they mtroduced two new pep songs But thxs ts only one of the many ways ln whtch the club boosted school sprrlt It helped make the partlctpatton of the Varslty Cheerleaders at out of town games posslble by paymg the cheerleaders food expenses The club also backed the Jumor Varsrty team by choosmg Jumor Booster cheerleaders to lead the yellrng at the JV s games The Jumor Booster Rou 6 Pat Volpert Donna Strtegel Sharon Ott Patty Mayfield Shtrley Mahoney Jane Duggms Anne Fulk erson Anna Shewmaker Marllyn Rtce Patsv Weddtng Beulah Atwood Mary Staser Maxme Lyneh Martlyn Atk1ns Joyce Fulkerson Rlta Andres Ron 5 Marrlyn Oberhausen Shtrley Feller Mary Jane Clements Betty Vallandmgham Mardell Wtlltams Irma Kessler Sharon Stubblefield Mary Saunders Carolyn Motsmger Pat Baumann Beverly Satterly Bobble Walters Wanda Baumann Terry Zahnd Jane Habermel Nancy Kemp Rou -I Irma Coombs Margaret Haws Sue Cummtns Vtrgtma Hosea Jane Oard Joyce Yager Shlrley Curts Sharon Smtth Wtlla Dean Byers Ruth Best Luctlle Becht Sheila Sheets Marlene Ash Suzanne Tucker Mary Lou Ba1ley Jertanne Colwell cheerleaders were Carolyn Rtppy Sharon Stemle Kathryn McCorm1ck and Betty oe Iethrg All work and no play makes ack a dull boy therefore the club brrghtened up the school year with several soclal functlons On Saturday Decem ber 8 members checked thexr shoes and enjoyed a Sock Hop 1n the boys gymnasrum In the sprtng members went plcnrckmg at Sprmg Mlll State Park The club members were Freshman and Sopho more gtrls They were under the leadershlp of the followtng officers Carol WIISOD presldent Sharon Stemle, vtce presndent udy Sw1tzer secre tary and Carolyn Vance treasurer The club was sponsored by Mlss Kathryn Ell1s and Mr Mtke Hoffman Rau 3 Nadtne Rupp Shlrley Elltott Joyce Zursehmtede Dons lung Mary Jane ODell Martha Sandbach Marcella Robinson Amy McAfee Joanne Ketlman Janet Kraus Mary Ann Best Norma Schaefer Judy Horlander Sandy Brown Jan Mam Carol Wnlson Ron 7 Mary Jean Fetz Pat Lynch Betty Fessel Jeanette Tarr Martha Parts Catherme Redford Carol Bmder Nedra Lee Joyce Larner Martha Karnes Marian Bowman Carolyn Vance Lmda Radcliff Ann Mam Vtrgmta Stone June Denny Rau I Betty Faulkenburg Betty Lethxg Kathryn Mc Cormlck Sharon Stemle Carolyn Rtppy Beyerly Radcltff Vtrgmxa Angel Joan Bezy Janxce Elmore Carolyn Hmes Martha Wolf Pat Bulter Rosetta Adams Page Om Hffm1'1t f wtf Izzo l 1 5 A J f Q s 4 1 L 7 . 1 , . . . . . . 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Y 9 7 Y 9 9 V, 7 ' , . bills thletu ssmmmn Ihe New Alblm C urls Xthletne IXSSOQIAIIOD member of me lnel1.1n.1 Ie ugue of High SehoolCz1rls Athletne Assoelmon, xxhneh was orgamzeel .muars 1951 Iherr ehuef purposes are to nmproxe phssle 11 eelucatron, pros 1ele an extrfl currneular aetnnty pro gram for mgb se xool grrls to SIIIHLIIAIC partrenpatxon m gxrls 1thlet1es and to promote a hrgber standard of sportsmanshnp md xx holesome ln mg Among thus xeirs ALIIXIIICS were tumblmg pmg pong mstrueuon, playmg soeeer, basleetlmll softball and ptlrtxexpitmff rn traele events 'Ihe speeml prolects of the C1 A A thus ,Llf ln elueleel 1 ws eele end outmg it Columbus Youth Camp Aprrl 77 76 77 .mel ptrtnexpatnng m the Playelay 'ICIINIIICS qt Seottsburg, Iebruary 7 Rau 7 Miss X ung Irma Ixessler Ixaren Funk Dorothx Wesbecleer Barbara Ams Norm: Shaffer janet Brns tow Emrly Akers, Betty Huff Sue Smxth 'I he oflleers for the xear were Pat Aemmer nee presn dent Dons Lrrm, presndent Dorothx DeVore, head of sports depdrtnment, Irma Kessler seeretary treasurer Ron I Pxt Aemmer Dons Crum Dorothx DeVore Jlklxli. Smith Joxce Yursehmxede Bobbx Whlters Izhzexb th Hubldrel She-lm. Sheets Barbara Melrlone, Pat XVed ellnv L 11134 Out H1111 lm! mf Iffte 1 o 0 0 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 I t M ' I" . I' 9":'f ' ' isa s '- "2 ' 1 'f v - , ' I, 41' l . s' 1 'I I ' .1 v 'fi k le A L, Q 1 S Q I ' 2 ' . K - . ' , ,' .e , . . 1 Q ' v ' lx. L . 5 I I' ' ' . ' 72 ' l ' f . . in November: un outing at the state G.A.A. camp . .h U V V D I . I .'.. Lx' ' T' V-l J S I. .- I I-..'.-I ',.- .' ,-I. 'G v ' . - Q ' . -Q 1- 4 4. 2 , . . ' ' q 1. , ,H 2. J, f.k- . -. Q R I-. ' 2 I i . , 'k-A ' q 1' . A '. .. '- . 4 W ' 5 V' ' V ,. . - , . ' ' , ' ' .,,-- . , - . V . , U. , 1: I I W Fl'QSlIIlltlIl lllldlt' Ilante vs: 1 Eyerybody syvrngs hrs partner at the Thursday meetyngs of the Freshman Square Dance Club The elub, whrch was orqanlzed tn September of 19:-l eonsxsted of mnety members Mrs Motsmyfer c'ub sponsor ealled the yftrtous steps 'lwelye members of the club, llong wyth tyyelye members of the freshman gym elasses presented 1 yery eolortul squlre daneyng demonstrauon durtneg the hllf t1me of the New Albany Bosse basleetblll game on lnuary ll lwo drfferent square danee numbers were gnyen 'lhe 'lesas Sur w ts the most speet yeullr one and yy as done wlth ny yeh eolor 1nd western style Cllpplflg hlnds 1nd stompmff feet were :ll the teeompmtment th tt w ts needel urtlelptnfs wore egly hlrn dtnee elot es yy hneh rdded Ill the more to the proegrlm 'llye sueeess of the demonstrltnon yy 15 due munly to the enjoyment ot the IJIFIILIPIYIIS tn tne qlllLlx rhytnm ynd moyement I U ll efm'lff hem any of 114 elulz a 4 Cletus Bauman Earl B rtrmd liyll Braden J C Bowman Ronnie Bowman john Brown Nlyry Branham Lanclle Brannon Anneta Breeden Delore Brtele leddy Breedlng, Bobby Brlseoe Dayyd Brown Carolyn Buneh Geraldme Caudxll Jlm Clayton Patrlela Conrad Raymond Chrrstlansen Harry DeArle Faye Deason erry Drlloyy Regina Elliott Sally ane Edwlrds Ernest Cnllespxe Donna Hardyn Helen Harper A l Haryey Ronald Hattabiueh Michael Hess Marge Hoffmtn lllmple Hunt f trol Inman Jaele Carole Dayld lxlas es Chyrles lxoozsmm Ceexl Lamb Ctrl Lnbs Loeent Mel utth eson Mary Lou Mebulrle Larry Nlelxown Whllnny NleF'edmond Freda lxILWlllli1l"IlS Joann Mayenes l mrs M tlaoney Marlene Mayer Danny Martyn Robnrt Marttn Btrbart Nlerrytt Anna Mlller anet Muller ey el Mull r llrrla Allestar Lucllle Ramsey Llnda Roberson berry Rteae Lrrry Robb C rdon Sams Donald Seharref Roh rt Sereit liyll Seller Leland Sherrel H yrold Sm' horn llelen Smyth Piul Smyth Dons Snrwdtr Ronxld Sptr mm Donald Stoner Mareuret Sttrly ulxot Sylyest In e I tl ames 'I omas X olet ltbln I 1 It Shtr n XX rrrfn Conme XV1ll Robert W'heat lrty lXfh te D rr s XX xndell Carolyn XY rrght Dons XX rlght l red X1 s, hm, Shlrlty lursehmlede l f,.y- 1 'r,- , - ,v , 8 2. 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U1 1' Future Partners of Amerlta ll'c 'Rexx Alhmy Chapter of Future Farmers of An crtca xx ts organued tn the fall of 1948 lt was crcttcd vvnth mtny purposes among them to pro nf atc nggrcssnc and competent rural leadershtp, to ncouraqe loxc of country lnfe mtcrest rn farmmg thruft cooperation scholftrshlp and organnzed recreatron 'l h1s year the New Albany chapter was host to the Fvttre Farmers of Amerrca dlstrrct meetmg on Fenruars IS 1237 They were actne in the pest e td c txon drne F F A LllSfI'lCI radro program, and the Ftrm Safety contest They orgamzed therr osxn F l A basketball team Early rn the year, t ey engoscl tn Intcrnttlonal Datry Fxposltnon trl 5 Ralph johnson Bob Shrcwshurx B wh Thompson Rm 3 james Ptdgctt Ronald Grantz Darun Whntc San Condri Mr Burhrtnk john Schlenskcr Clrfford Llttl Way nc Baumgartlc The New Albany chapter sent two representatrves to the Natronal Future Farmers of Amerrca con ventton at Kansas Cnty Kansas, and also sent rep resentatrves to the state Future Farmers f Amerlca Convention As speclal protects thus year, they partrcrpated tn the scrap drtve and dtstrrbuted F F A calendars Thls years officers were presrdent, Clnfford Lrttle, uce prestdent, Robert Thompson, secretary Thurman Conrad, treasurer, oe Stumler, reporter Wayne Baumgartle, senttnel ames Bottorff Mr Paul Burbrmk sponsors the New Albany Chapter of Future Farmers of Amertca james Scrrbner, Eugene Hartman, Donald Strller Brll Goebel Rau I joe Stumler, Mclvxn Konkle Maurice Fetz Danny Martm Arthur Karnes Tom Dully Donald Schladant Bob Blackman, Alvm Blackman u1n v .F- L.-... Page Om Hmzdml and Flu, U 1 1 1 x . l ' Az v A v 2 7 r 4 y . I ' ". '1 ' " ' -' . 'r ' ' - 1 ,Z , V' 2 v ur Q I , ' ' , .4 - .1 ' 2 " I " 4 ' 4 ' ' O e ' ' K 'L ' ' , ' ' ' ' . ' ' . . ., ' 4 , ' L ' , 4 . - . . . 4 I ' , . ' L ' ' ' - y I . . 1 , Q n , . L 'V Lxq t .-. A Y v L Q l . ' .c 4 ' , . . . ' . . . , J . - . '2 t ' . . . Y 4. :Q - ' A K L 1 41 V I w H yi 4 . . I Q 1 ' r. ' I A 2 1 1 ' . Rau' 4: Donald Jones. Thurman Conrad. jim Bottarff, Rau' 2: jimmy Sommerville, John Hinton, Nevil Koch, ' , - ,', z . ' , f V .. 1 - ya ' f ' , -' ' ,Q , In 1 I , I , I 2, . ". ' ' 2. '. . ', Q . 4 I L' . E , Q. Q, N A :,. t , , ., - - - V. Q ... A , ef K gg' -, a , 'f . I I I 1 4 . - 1 Members of the Dance Club Executive Committee were: Snzmliug: Mrs. Betty Flock, Mr. Bill Weber, john Bowen, Gene Smith, and Miss Bobb. Swtezl: janice Hall, Sue Leifler. Ron' 4: Mary Lou McGuirk. Bob Lewis, Beulah Reardon, Walter West, Sue Hammett, Lee Buchanan, LaVonne Schellenberg. Ron' 3: Sharon Keller, Joe Hock, Dorothy Mauck, Doris Wright, Ronnie Wilson, Lila Kime, Garnett Hassett, Sally Hardy, Frank Wilcox. llflnre llluh "May I have this dance?" The couple glides across the Hocr to a dreamy melody. This can often be seen at any regular meeting of the Dance Club. The club was organized in the fall of 1950 with Mr. Howard Hundermer as sponsor. The sponsorship was assumed by Miss Jessie Ruth Bobb in 1951. Miss Bobb continued as sponsor in 1952. The purpose of the club is to teach the fundamentals of ballroom dancing. Other dances that lend to enjoyment are, the old fashioned Fox Trot, the Charleston of the Rau' 2: Rosa May Kuhn, Bill Braden, Shirley Haws, Margaret Haws, Gary Karnes, jane Quisenberry, J. C. Bowman, Barbara Brewer, Deloris Griffin. Rau' 1: Barbara Ord, JoAnn Dolhover, Wanda Hawthorne. flapper days, and the distinguished waltzes of the Colonial Period. Teaching the members thes: various dances were Bill Lee Vfeber. of th: XVeber School of Dance, and his sister. Mrs. Betty Flock. The main activity of the year was an in- formal dance for members and their guests which was held in the girls' gym in the late spring. The members paid a nickel each week in order to have funds for their dance. The club had no presiding officers, except an executive committee which consisted of: Janice Hall. Sue Leffler, John Bowen, Gene Smith. and Garnett Hassett. Rou' -1: Jim Sinkhorn, Mary Atkins, Harold Beebe, Rose Sommerville, Williani Hargraye, Kitty Lucik. Ronnie Snook, Marilyn Cahalan. Rou' 3: Barbara Neal. Janet Hatter. Ernest Gillespie, Carol Jack, Violet Tobin, Gene Smith, Janice Hall. Bill Lee Weber and Betty Flock are teaching Ronnie Snook. Kitty Lucik. Sally Hardy, and John Bowen the correct fundamentals of ballroom dancing. Ron' 2: Aubrey Hampton. Janice Hatter, Tommy Tush, Doris Snawder, Marliene Downs, Lennie Taylor, Sue Leffler, Teddy Breeding, Martha Medcalf. Rou' I: Patsy Kellogg, Helene Schickel. LaNelle Brannon. 7 QT Checkmg a Blotter after publlcatnon IS first semesttr Edit r Mary Ann Marg,uct Stamlmg Ronald Atkms Stanley Denny Charles Hennmger Jerry Montgomery Don Eyerdon The Blotter The 195152 staff of the Blotter NAHS news paper, was composed of the members of the yournal 1sm classes The mam obyectlves ot the staff were to keep the students mformed of the acnvmes and orgamzatlons 1n school and to mterpret the school to the commumty through creatxve wrntmg Fourteen issues of the Blotter were publlshed dunng the school year The paper was prmted m the hlgh school prmt shop under the super v1s1on of Mr Albert Gehlbach, prmtmg mstructor Tne faculty advlsor was Mr Edmond M Hennon w xo supervl ed both Blotter Staffs and the Annual Staff Seated Cara Lynn Rhoads Phyllns McHone Martha Hollo well Mary Ann Marguet Nancy Rlchards Vnrgmxa Jones Vera Bowman Marcella Murphy if l1,t Om H1 mfztff 111 H18 JI 4' I A L '4 - E o Q n n B 'ff . '11 5,011 Al' - - S A - , . . . , 1 . 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The cllmax of the first semester Blotter cimpalgn was a Blotter Varnety Shov. gnen by the students for all subscrxbers The annual sentor faculty game termtnated the second semester camp tgn Sewen first semester yournallsm students and two annual staff members attended the lndtanfx H1 1 School Press Assoclatnon Comentron at Fr nlx IH College The purposes of thls conyentxon were to olfer opportunmes for staffs from Indtana ht h schools to get together and drscuss commtn pul- ltcatlon problems Rru 3 Janet Dneckmann jaekxe Moore Shxrley Lutmer Shlrlee Loughmtller Don Lee Miller jerry Mont Blll Denny Way ne Nolan Aee Atluns Carl Loye Dan X eager The seeonel semester Blotter Staffs were under Edxtors Barbara Colwell and Martin Gohmann Rau 7 Carol Sue Mathes Delores Bennett Marena Hamp ton Shirley Gaelee janet Ramsrer janet Sandhaeh Fulleerson Xyonne lung., Maryln Bennett Lots Mullms Patsy Carper Herman Thomas Ron I Judy llerscher Beatrxee Banet Judy Bucard Mary Bensmg, Dolores Sherfrek Anna Renn Dome Pate I :Ne Um H1111 fre I mJ'X11, . I A .K ' , , ' . V A 'Cr Q ' zz' . ' e s . .E , lj. xj 7 1- 1 , 4 ' , . ' ' . 1 , Q ' .lv , p .Q f . ' . 1 . . - Q gomery, Lee Seng, Roy' Hamilton. Chuck Henninger. JoAnn Smith, Donna Lenz, Marilyn Lee, JoAnn D '- ' ' S 1 1' 'I - ". " -' - V' ' N '. 4 ' ' . . .. . f .'r . .1 ' W. I I . - I . , . l -' y .- . ' - - . ' l . . V. 1. 0 ' ' ' - T 1' I of Q V . in x . '- A l 4 r 5 lex" r ' r t . V 'e 'W' 14 Puttmg, final touches to the yearbook dummy are Ass cxatt Edntor Marllyn Shaffer and Edxtor Mary Ann Burd Standing Shxrley Luther Janette Clayton Donna Fostc Charles Burch Don Eyerdon Joe Kelley Sautul Cara Lynn Rhcdcs Shxrlcy Blackburn Margxt Spencer enmr Blotter EDITOR Mary Ann Burtl ASSISTANT EDITOR Marxlyn Swaff r BUSINESS MANAGER Slurlcy Blackbarn CIRK L LATIONJ MAINAGER Margxe Spencer ADW ERTISING MAINAGER Don Tverdon ADX ERT ISING STAFF Janet Dmtkmann Patsy Carpcr Audrey Pearson Vxrgnma Jones Lons Ellnott Shnrley Ga k Ja'1ct Ramsxer Jo Ann Smxth Don Lee Mxller Donna Lenz Marilyn Clark Connn. Manus Jerry Montgomery Barbara Lelyy tll ACT IVITX EDITOR Cara Lynn Rhoads ACTIVITY STAFF Ann Wentzell Nancy Wnlson Marcxa Hampton Nancy Rncha ds Fytlyn Campbell Vxrgxma Pluss PHOIOGRAPI-IX Janette Clayton Donna F star ATHLETIC EDITOR Joe Kelley ATHLEIIC STAI-F um Lewis LLL Mock C buck Hcnnlnger SEINIOR STAFF EDITOR Barbara Meyer SEINIOR STAFF Beatnce Banet Bettye Brooks Carol Sur. Mathcs HONIE ROOM STAFF EDITOR Delle Whlttxnghlll HONIE ROOM STAFF Judy Flenscher Carolyn Schultz Betty Hock INDEX STAH EDITOR Shirley Luther ASSISTANT Sue Mxllcr MOL NITING STAFF EDITOR Charles Burch MOL XITING STAFF Dolores Shcrflck Jo Ann Fulkerson I t U11 111111 IL if 1. 'Q Q x,. b Rou -I Chuck Hennmger Don Mlller jerry Montgomery Rau 7 Carol Sue Mathes Ann Wentztll Eyclyn Campbell Rou 3 Janet Dxeckmann jnm Lewls Lee Moak janet Dolores Sherfnck Judy Flelscher Nancy Wxlson Sandbach, Patsy Carper, Bettye Brooks Loxs Elltott, JoAnn Fullxersonf Barbara Colwfll JoAnn Smlth anet Ramsler, Shlrley Gaeke Beafflfe Banet Thls nssue of the Semor Blotter represents the forty slxth year of publxcatnon It was first prmted ln 1906 as the femor edltlon of the school news paper From that t1me to the present, the yearbook has steadxly lI1Cl'63'6d ln quallty and snze to brmg you the blgger and better than eyer 1977 edmon The members of the staff haye yyorked hard to make the precedmg statement true for you Many of you yull neser know of the headac aes that come yynth plann nv a theme and layout s l'edul1ng nd takmg pnct xres, ldentnfymg the people m prctures, dyertlsxnv, m etmg deadlmes, and many other necessary ntems of busmess to complete the book Xet tne effort, t me, nad trouble th If yy ere yolun teered were justxhed by complnments th t came yy hen the annual was dnstrnbuted Rau I Marcla Hampton Vlfglnla Plenss Nancy Rnchartls Audrey Pearson Conme Manus Donna Lenz Della. Whlttlnghnll For the first t1me, th1s past year, m order that the Semor Blotter wrll have a few ewtperlenced staff mem ers next year, yumors were permntted to hold associate staff posltlons, and an assocmte edltor Vlarllyn Shaffer, was chosen to hclp the regular edntor Mary Ann Burd, edntor, attended the Indnana High School journallsm Instxtute at Indlant Lmy er s ty for mo yyeeks durlng the latter plrt of the summer to recexye evperxenced aduce on hoyy to prepare the book hlembers of the staff who attended the Indnana Hwh School Press ASSOCIHIIOU Conyennon at 1 ranklm, Indlana, on October 70 and 71 yy ere Mary W1 n Burd, Marnlyn Shaffer, Nancy Rnthards Chuck Hennmger, and Gmny jones Pzgc 0114 Hzzmfrtff zmflltlul ur L, y .. .. W , in 1 Q C 1: , t . . . -- V ' ' .f . . , .,, ,I - , . . -. , , , . V - Y . l ' . . . . , . . ' , , - v v ' l 9 7 7 . S 7 h 7 , , . , . .. A - ,Q . . . I I L , . Y 1 - 1 v Y v ' , f .. . . A , .1 '- f v L , 7' , , ' . . . ' ' LL A ,' : , , n ' - - . go 1 , gs t. f- -1 v v ' t , . 1 qw .. Cb., . I . . . V , .. D c D. , . . y - I. . i , . . - .., , . 7 ' I , 1 V - ' , l , '. . A . 4 - J-, . , , 1 " ... t , A , , -, L :,, MN BK U nr... . are the many boys who participated in the various phases of athletics - basketball, football, track, baseball, cross country, and golf. These boys learned to practice sportsmanship while making baskets, throwing passes, and hitting homers. They represented us and our school. arslty Footlmll The football team under the head coaching of Alex Thom, who has served as coach of N A H S for twenty one years, has an average of 4 w1ns and 5 losses During the opening game of the season the Dogs produced action galore against the Bloomington Panthers, all for a 7 6 defeat Stanley Denny was the scorer for New Albany The next week after traveling to Valley of Lou1sv1lle, the Bulldogs turned out to be muddogs and racked up a 18 6 victory over the Vikings Rau 3 Homtr Carpenter Chester Denny Amos Johnson John Goulding Nat Wainscott Dase Brigham Gary Allen Pat Parker Bucky Carpenter Frank Stemle Reitz Memorial just couldnt be stopped and dragged the unwilling hard fighting Camnes to their second defeat, 26 6 Matching up with Male of Lou1sv1lle, the numb r one team of Kentucky the s L bborn Bulldogs fell in defeat again 40 7 The morale of the Bulldogs fell in th s c ond quarter of the New Albany St Xavier gam when a touchdown was called back to the 50 yard line for a penalty Th Bulldogs were beaten after the third quarter The score ended at 19 7 Ron 7 Ronnie White Harvy Spitznagel Tom Walktr Paul Smith Howard Losch Jerry Thomas jack Blunk Terry Thom Melvin Freiberger jim Yeager john Bryant Chester Smither Denny Eddie Douglas Gerry Huth Ge rge Huth Ronald Leach Fred Botts Ralph Webb fs I :Ot 0114 H1111 fm! lfltf FUIIULLIZ O 1 m ' 1 . I . - . . , u , ' I 0 0 - - a . . Q Q v , I 1 t 9 ' - ' ' ' Q a - - ., ' 3 . - Q . ., . ll 7, ' - - , . ' " 1 v x 'Q v ' --' . . a l ' s ' ' 1 ' 9 9 V ' 9 V l 7 9 U 7 73 7 9 V I 7 ' V 1 . . U ' 9 r , ' l Rau' 1: Keith Goodwin, Pat Burke, Edwin Watt, Stan 1 , ' , . 0 A , , , - V if I A J A , K , , . . .. - , . - Meg!! ' . M A . , f, , .4 - . t , y . , 1 , fx ' ' M ' .f 'Q A 'S I Av , 1 ' -U4 at ,, L . L . . ,, VARSITY COACHES Assistant coach Mxke Hoffman dtcussxng a play with head foot ball ccach Ale! Th m as as s tant coaches Rob rt Oenbrmk and Stanley Sayko look on The Dogs bounced back from their prevlous setback to hand the Vincennes Allces a 33 21 oss After traveling to Boonev1lle the game th re op ned w1th two touchdowns for New Albany Be ause of power smashes from th Dogs final count was 38 7 against th w ak Even wtth the weather snowy and cold the red hot Bulldogs who were host to F J Reltz charg d up and down the field in an excltmg game but lost 20 13 With the lm charging hard and low '1 ld a hard runn1ng back field the Canmes rolled over the Shawnee Indlans 46 7 to fmlsh the 1951 football season Due to graduation the Bulldogs have lost several dependable lettermen co captalns Ed Watt and Gerald Huth Stanley Denny Pat Burke Keith Goodwm Terry Thom Paul Fr lburger Paul Losch and Ronald Whlte Desplte this heavy loss the positions of thes boys will b filled wlth more of such rellable Canlnes The boys to return are Paul Car penter Chester Smlther jim Yeager Ed Douglas Jerry Thomas and George Huth Pzge Om Hnmlrczl 1mlF1 L 1 . C sl,- . . . , . . . - 7 . - . 1 . . . . , , . c e a Q , - l 2 Q 9 y 1 Pioneers. Smith, Amos johnson, Frank Stemle, Melvin D. . . xr , , . , . . . . Q . 7 " , , , , . 2 . . A 2 . . . u 7 7 1 ' ' 2 ' . . .z , , . ,K , , L 'f5,L., Page Ono Hzfmlml ram! Sixzeeu Ed Watt . . . played left halfback for three years on the varsity football team and was co-captain during his senior year. Ed led his senior team- mates in the scoring with seven touchdowns to his credit during this past year. Gerry Huth . . . a hard hitting left guard on New Albany's starting eleven. He was also co-captain during the last year of his three years on the varsity teafn. Terry Thom . . . called "Bear" because he made such a big, ominous left tackle to the opponents of New Albany. Terry only saw action with the varsity during his senior year, but in that time he showed the fans how well he could play. Frank Stemle . . . held the position of left end on the varsity team during his senior year. Frank was in several other phases of athletics and seemed to shine in all of themg he has one touchdown ac- credited to his scoring. Keith Goodwin . . . an alternate center on the varsity team. Keith played this position and played it well during his two years of varsity football. Ronald White . . . saw one year of varsity football and that was during his senior year. Ronnie held the position of left halfback. Howard Losch . . . served one year on the varsity football team. He played very good defensive games at right tackle. Pat Burke . . . a very good offensive man, made five touchdowns during this past season's play. He held the position of fullback for his two years of varsity play. Amos johnson . . . played one year with the varsity team at New Albany. Before his senior year, he was an outstanding teammate on Scribner's football squad. Paul Smith . . . a fine right guard on the Bulldog starting eleven. Paul had three years of experience with the varsity team. Stanley Denny . . . could play either right end or center and did very well in both positions. Stan had two years with the varsityg he made two touch- downs during his senior year. Melvin Freiburger . . . a big hard-hitting left tackle played a good defensive game against all Bulldog opponents. Melvin had one year of varsity football. and Page Onc H1nz.f:'t.!.zfztlhztfzzttlz Mr Sajko and Mr Hoffman led the J V football team through a successful season thls past year Rou -l Bob Madlson Gary Allen Blll Applegate Dau Brngham Ronme Leach Warren Nash james Clapp Nat Wamscott Ralph Webb Nevxl Cook jack Blunk Tom Walker Ellxs Mercer Rau 3 Glen Jackson Joe Exler jack Brovsn Wayne Randolph Terry Turner james Peters Ronme Spark man Ernest Crady Ed Scharf Barney Pnerce jom Moody LeMerle Ford Lloyd Blasdel Jnm Henry Rou 'P Ronme Muller Ralph Johnson Don Stover Joseph Hock Lew Hartley Fred Rxgsby Lee Buchanan Warren Stepro Ray Chrrstxansen Tom Dooley Rau 1 Brll jackson David Strregel John Harless Dau Bmford John Frtzgerald john Hoffman Ernest Wocl drndge Bob Hartman Dan Mock Tom Tush Lary McKown Iunlor Vtll'Slly Football The jumor Varsxty football squad completed the year wlth a very successful season wmnmg four games and dropplng only one to the powerful Male squad 24 0 Opemng the season wlth a 6 0 vlctory over the Valley Vxkmgs the Mutts then traveled to the Kentucky M1l1tary Instntute to rack up thelr second vxctory 13 6 Tom Walker was the hero rn the contest wnth Atherton of Louxsvllle On a fumble, Tom prcked up the ball, crashed the lme and ran 35 yards for the touchdown that txed the score A pass for the extra polnt was completed to make wm number three, 7 6 The Mutts journeyed to DuPont Stadium to en gage the St Xav1er Tngers for the last game of the season Holdmg the lme and drlvmg hard the The team was headed by Captam Ralph Webb who played end Pact Om Ilmzcful 1II1LlbblLLIl fi-W. ' ' O 0 - I I U , - l . . - . . . , I , ' 'f ' . t t l r " ' ' - 1, Q . , , u v 7 ' S 3 ,T 1 ' , ' " ' , ' '. Dogs rolled over the Cats 13-6. Q 5 S 0 I I 1 7 7 I 7 ' . , 3 W 7 V' . -l. ' ' , Q , , . 7 5 7 - 7 5 Y 5 :Y 1 'Y ' ' ' ' A 4 t 4 'NU ' A New Allw m plfner lunbcs form rd for mother hrsr down dc-spnte the onrushmg, opposmon Iflml Fnutlmll S1 hellule B no 1 n ton X 1 u Rcltl NILIHUYI ll NI ilu St X nur X IIILLIIIILS Buunu lllu Sh in nu F 4 l y N. A. 6. A , lm :ii g ' N. A. 55 ,,.,.,.Y.,,,,,,, , , " 'A ' 21 N. A. IS ,,,,A 'gll- 6 N. A. 58 .. , ' N. A. 6 1' 1 ' '1 26 N. A. I5 Y F..l. RL-itz Z N. A. ' . , A . . 1 - M N. A. 1' . Q . ' -A I4 N. A. ' ..... ...... . ... ....... Q . X1 I9 IH.. ff.. ll.'f..' X-..,1. Varsity Basketlmll The New Albany Bulldogs have ended then' seventh year under the coachmg of Mr C Gordon Raney wxth the greatest season s record nn the school s hxstory 17 wms agamst one loss For the last 4 of these 7 years Mr Raney has a record of 95 wms and 15 set backs the most amanng record ever achleved by a hlgh school coach and team M Raneys 7 year record now stands at 146 vnctornes and 31 defeats The Bulldogs were the states number one offensnve team rackmg up 1303 pomts, an average of almost 73 pomts per game The Dogs extended the home floor wmn1ng record to 51 consecutwe fthe longest ever owned by a New Albany Te mb going lnto the finals of the lndnana Hngh School Athletic Assoclatlon basketball to xrn ment Butler Fneldhou e for the second tlme nn three years Rau 2 Jxm Hurt Frank Stemle Paul Lenfert jlm Mc Laughlm Tom Benbrook B111 Maetschke New Albany won 9 stra1ght S I A C games but dxd not play enough games to qualnfy for the conference champxonshxp The Raneymen made a clean sweep over tlae Fvansvxlle teams, wmnmg from Bosse Rentz Memorxal F Reltz and Central twnce 'I hey also complied the hnghest number of pomts to le made on the home floor 1n a smgle contest agalnst the Seymour Owls Star center Legs McLaughl1n was on every bodys all state team Forward Frank Stemle a second team all state selectee rece1ved the hlgh pomt man award for the season lim lVICL'lllghl1l'l won the Mel Brewer free throw avs ard and Frank Stemle recened the sportsmanshlp trophy Rau I Charles S t Caarles Boardman B111 Whxte Bob Ledford JIITI Henry Chet Denny Bxll Edwards Iizgt Om l1lH1tiI!.'tfzlUlf'7 Il 41113 I O I I I I I , . . . , g. V I K . . . v , . ' ' . r. , - J- , - - ' 3 A . . , ' 95, ' . D , 'I , I 4. u n f , s 1 ' . , - , . . . ' 9 . . . . ' 1 .V ' games and were r1d1ng on a 20 game wmnmg streak - , ' ' ' ' 1 a at . f 1 ' ' ' . A ' ' s , ' ' 1 . . ' -' 1 , ' , , ' - ' : ei z, 1 . , ' ' , 7 5 ' 3 O V3 7 g ' ,N K F Vw? g , i I Freshman coach Mnke Hoffman head coach Gordon Raney and assnstant coach Floyd Henry led the Bulldogs through thexr most outstandmg season ln hnstory New Albany played and won thenr first five games of the season at home The Bulldogs opened thenr season wxth a 62 28 wm over Corydon They then defeated Elkhart 70 54 Anderson 72 52 and won from Vnncennes 63 46 The Raneymen then tasted defeat from Washnng ton 78 65 on the East Chlcago floor They came reboundlng back to smack Bosse 80 69 and traveled to Washnngton Indlana to come home wnth a 65 595 wxn New Albany mauled Rettz Memorlal 85 44 at home journeyed to Broad Rnpple and won 71 50 and defeated Madxson at Madison 75 60 Raneys crew came home to smear Seymour 25 68 but found nt rough gomg at Gertsmeyer m wmmng by only 3 pomts 58 55 The Canmes then played one of thenr finest games of the season ln wallopmg jasper 84 54 on the N A floor New Albany won from F J Reltz 62 54 at Rentz and came home for thenr last regular season home floor game wnnnmg nt from Howe 8155 They edged Central 62 58 and closed the season wnth a 75 57 vnctory over the Bloommgton Panthers In the Sectnonal the Dogs were vnctornous m thenr fnrst game wnth Englnsh 68 47 Next they ran over Corydon 90 31 and m a stallmg contest defeated Morgan Townshlp 47 31 In the final contest New Albany blasted Paoln 82 47 to run the home floor wmmng streak to 51 consecutnve games In the afternoon game of the Regional the Bull dogs met a keyed up Seymour team that played 'tslow clever blue prmted game N A managed to wln nn two oxertnmes 43 41 on a last second up nn by Frank Stemle They went on to defeat effersonvnlle xn the final 61 48 New Albany went to Bloommgton and won the Semn Fmals They defeated Vnncennes 56 49 ln the a ternoon contest and shpped by Central 57 50 m the champnonshnp game The Raneymen were defeated by the defendlng state champnons Muncne Central 68 67 ln the second afternoon game of the State Fmals The Bulldogs even ln defeat played llke champnons They tranled Central by ll pomts gomg mto the last perxod and wnth 3 46 remammg they led Muncle 64 63 N A led 66 65 wlth 7 16 to go The 195152 New Albany Bulldogs are the greatest team to ever represent N A H S and vull never be forgotten by those who savs them m actnon Page Ona Hllillffctf md lu tug Om 1 1 -1 i 1 9 " 9 9 9 '- 9 ' f . , , . . . D . Y . - ' 9 V, . . . ' 9 ' 9 9 - u 9, - u - n , ' , n I. , , Q n 4 . - . . I . f - . ' 9 9 9 9 9 9 ' ' 9 . , - . - . , . , f . . A 9 9 -' 1 D . . . . . , . 9 ' - - , . . 1 9 ' - - 9 ' 9 9 9 - 9 9 ' - 9 - 9 - , ' . . . - -2 . ' t . . . . 1 ' . . - V V . . , . . 1 J I 'A If '- . fins, ff , XA ls- U P1 e Om H1111 ffef 1zfTz1e11.f5T11o y Bill fPinkie1 Maetschke, the Bulldogs' inspiration, was an all-around player who had plenty of fight, rebounding ability, and scoring punch. "Pinkie" was third highest scorer for the Raney men with a 13.6 aver- age. Improving all season, Pinkie reached his peak at tournament time and was the big gun pushing the Dogs to the Butler Fieldhouse in March Frank fHound Dog? Stemle held the highest scoring aye-rage for the team 20 Frank stands 6 ZW and weighs 178 pounds He was hailed as one of the great est offensive players to wear tie red and black Stemle was a member of the second string All State press selections Jim 1Legs7 MeLaughlm was mentioned on the first fue of ey ery All State poll taken in Indiana Legs is a towering., 6 4 a el he weighs 183 pounds The Bulldogs mainstay throug1out the seas n he held the second highest s ormg ayerage 185 Jim was beyond a doubt one of New Al bany s all time greats Bill White six foot 147 pound guard for the Bulldogs racked up an 8 2 scoring ay er age in his starting berth this season Bill came through in tight spots for New Albany many times during the s ason and in the tourneys He will be remembered by all as one of the most dependable for wards to play for N A H S in recent years Bob Ledford despite his being siort was one of New Albanys scrappiest guards Ledford who is J 9 tall is one inch oyer the height of the ayerage man but about four inches shorter tnan the ayerage Bull dog He had a suecessful season offensnely as well as defensxyely Tom Benbroolt was the sixth man on th New Albany team Benny was a 67 forward who could grab his s'1are cf re b unds He yastly improyed this year and is expected to be on the starting fse next season Q51 nga. . . . - 1 I ' ' . , . . 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L iw v e es k U11 Htnrx was tht onls frtshman to drtss with tht tc urnamtnt ttam Ht was also a nurnhtr of tht Pup and Frtshmtn ttams m is L s n o llosd Ilu rtstru. coach and assistant sarsits toath laul Lenftrt a 63 junior was one. of thf. suhs itutes that Contrihutcd quite a hit to the Bulldogs su cms in the l93l 77 stason Paul played guard and ccnttr doing a good loh at hoth Ha. ts fscptcttd to su a lot of attion ntxt ytar ll"l1 Hurt 1 towumg 6 7" forward hit his stridt during the stctionals and Lanm on to prow that hr. will bt a tough hwy tc hold hx the l9D7 Us stason Ht is a gmvd rehounder and should duulop into an LX Ltlluxt forward jim has had a succtssful s ason and shvuld hc exptttlng annther harllt Boardm in is a promising sop to in rt prospnut who plaxs hoth guard and action this war hut should Hgurt in tha. hxslttthill pitturt for next spasm Lharlin who was high stornr for tht lun t stason has 1 sary tfftttnt tssonaddvd sat shot Lharlts Suu ss as ont of tnt Ihftl. fre.s1 mtn sarsity mtmmrs and was alttrnntt guard for the Bulldogs in the tournanunt but: is 3 9 and suighs lull pounds Ht plaud on hoth tho. Pups and Frf.s'1nun ttams ss high had inmprtssiu stasons K htt Dtnm was lfl'LSl'lfl1il'l sarsitx num htr xx ho strud as cnt of thc. altarnatts at t urnamgnt umm Lhtt was an important regular on hoth tm. Pups and the Irrashman nam tnnx stands D and ssu 'Is lhout 160 pounds -' ji ', th- :im f T 1' ' -wry. J. . , "" ' ' . . 1 k -:- x f ' A . 1 . 1 . ' F 1 ' . - s- J . 2 ' - . ' 1 f 1 U 1 1 x v x - 1 ' ,' ' - 1 1 . ' , 1 iQ .l ' 1 ' . ' ' ' l ' . l' , ' 1 1 1 ' . '-' l forward. Boardman did not sue too muah ' " Q 'f 3' I 1 J IS his k-.,k- . l V. V , .-'4. v,'.. J' i ' 1' - w ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' - , 1, I - 1 1 1 S 1 U 1 A 1 . - - ' " J 4 H 1 " ' ' ' - 1' f 1 I 1 1 1 'v ' 1 . f 1 1 ' 1 ' Q 1' I Af . D- 5 ,f g "ll" f 1-4.21 1 111 1 1 sun 111 r L S lona u x md A 5.41 Tlllll nament Tum I 14 'ff 1 ll ug I r rg md Dr Colg hrld thu la du .or 'x as HL trnumphmtlx Lu! thu RLSIOHAI nuta Llgrful I5tI'fUl'INlI1tL xn thv. sgrn1Hnf1ls wh to shout for rhg QUNLIL in grown AI Hut uldhuusk l'1f4'!'f1: X c- ' frm h' fact' 'l. l'1 t t'p"'l of 'll "Hes 1 I O I , A ' H ' I -3111 . . RA 1 'Q i . ' 1 ' ' d I HI ' . ' l,f,uw 1411: Nlr. R.mq jubilnntly umgratulatw his team on their non' l,n11u' rlyffix "I.ug! ' A ' ' Ad SILK A ' ' lot' IW -. ', 1' Um H5 ' V! 1. wifi fum' The team IS IH the huddle the coach has lowered h1s head Thzs IS the was our team looks ln then' huddle before each game Ntvs Ness lNess Ness Ness Ntss Ness Ness New Nevs Ness Ness Ness Ntss Ness Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans ,7 I 1 7 l95l 52 Basketlmll the-tlule Washnngton Corsdon Elkhart Bedford Anderson Vmcnnnts of East Chncago Bosse Washington Rextz Memorlal Broad Rnpple Madxson Ses mour Gertsmcs er jasper F J Rutz ,c a Ness Ness Ness Ness Ncss Ness Ness lNevs Ness Ness Ness Ness Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans Albans 5 I Tournament games Dou ble os crtxme Hossc Central Bloommgton Englxsh Cors don 'N organ Toss nsh1p Ses mour jellersons 1lle Y mcennes Central Nluncn. Ctntral T S Om Hllflliltlf :mf 11161213 1111 l ' . I 1 1 3 I O L L ' f 5 C- ,....lee e..,.,,,,.l.e,.e , ,... 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A Iunmr Varsity Basketball The New Albany Pups coached by Floyd Henry had a very 1mpress1ve season Wlfllllflg I games wh11e dropp1ng only 3 The Pups for the first t1me 1n the schools h1story carr1ed as many as SIX freshmen Three of these freshmen Henry SCIIZ and Denny were re serve starters and they dressed w1th the vars1ty squad Boardman '1 very prom1s1ng sophomore and Henry the best prospect s1nce Paul Poff were the teams lead1ng scorers Boardman tall1ed 91 POIHIS 1n s1x games The other three starters were Applegate SCIIZ and Lenfert Applegate another freshman prospect collected 55 po1nts 1n s1x games SCIIZ poured through 51 POIHIS 1n 11 games and Lenfert an 1mportant vars1ty member scored -11 POIHIS twelve games The Pups won the1r first 9 games of the season before bow1ng to the Wash1ngton Reserves Coach Henrys squad opened the season Wlftl a 33 27 w1n over Corydon fought fhelf way to a 19 40 dec1s1on from the St Xav1er T1Uers and then coasted to a 42 32 vnctory over Bedford The L1tt'e Dogs then smeared Scr1bner 4211 and romped over Flaget 45 30 before dropp1ng three games 1n success1on The Pups were walloped 38 23 by and lost 41 40 to Mad1son The Henrymen came f1ght1ng back and shpped by lflaget 32 30 Seymour 20 19 and cl1pped Male 53 39 before clos1ng the season w1th a 40 33 v1ctory over Howe Ron 7 B111 Wh1tmtr, Ralph Webb, Warren Nash, joe Rau 1 B111 Applegate, Chester Denny, Charles Selfl, Dosth. Otto Sm1th. Paul Lcnfert, Ted Graxer, B111 Tommy Walker, Don Rosenberger, B111 Jackson, Svuft Roger Ehalt. Page Ona Hznzrfrtzf am! In c1113 Sm O I f 1 1 L ' L , , . . , ,K . in . . ' . . C , . , . . . , D A a 9 s ' ', ' ' . . ' 7 , , . . . . . . i U , . 5. ,, . . 9 f 9 ' 9 9 l s ' s 1 1 in ten games, while Henry connected for 63 points Washington, were edgedT34-29 by Broad Ripple, 7 , . . . - a a Q - -' 9 ' 9 A 5 9 ' 5 3 ' ,M S, -Q w A , Freshman Basketball The New Albany Freshmen, coached by Mike Hoffman, had a very successful season, winning eight games and losing only two. One of these losses was in the annual Southern Indiana Athletic Conference Tournament. jim Henry, Charles Seitz, Chester Denny, Bill Applegate, Bill Swift, and Roger Ehalt split their time between the Pups and Freshmen teams. The Freshmen lost their first game of the season to the Providence Pioneers, in a double overtime, 35-33. In their second game they won from a fighting St. Xavier team 49-40, and then smeared Flaget 38-20. New Albany's Freshmen defeated St Xavier again 45 42 and won over Flaget once more This time the score was 28 27 Coach Hoffman's team "knocked off" St. Xavier for the third time, 37-32, before closing the regular season with a 50-35 romp over the Scribner Bears. The Freshmen then entered the S. I. A. C. Tourna- ment, and with Henry and Denny leading the way, won easily from Tell City, 44-24. Then they fought their way to a 38-30 decision over the Bosse Fresh- men. Vincennes defeated Coach Hoffman's crew in the semi-finals by the score of 37-24. jim Henry, "stand out" guard, was selected on the All-Tourney Squad, along with teammate Chet Denny. Rnu m Ronald Leach jimmy Clayton Dick Roberts jim Rau I Marun Bostock Chester Denny Billy Applegate Clapp Daud Thomas Bill Mullxnvc Bill Swift jim Henry Bob Maier Ronnie Craig Rfu 7 Tommy Tush Lloyd Koehler Charles Seltz -lack Pope Roger Ehalt Ray Christiansen Page 0114 111111 fn I :mf 11141111 Seztn Rau 7 jim Homrxghausen Don Mlller Bob Shxrley Rau 1 john Norrmgton Bob Ledford HankHarr1ngton Charles Hunter Bob Vongnncr Stanley Denny jerry Eddie Douglas Pat Parker Duke Harter Tom Homrnghausen Coach Stanley Sayko Corcoran Baseball The 1971 baseball team toached by Mr Stanley Sayko opened the season by defeatmg I.OL11SVlllC Central 17 and then vsent on to wym five more before bemg squeezed out by a strong Male team by 87 After thls defeat the Bulldogs bounced back to wm sw out of thur last exght games Coach Saykos squad won twelve vshlle droppmg onlv three games whlcb xs the best record ever produced by a New Albany baseball team Bob Shnrlcy Stmlcy Denny and Sonny Voxgnxtr shared thc. mound duties yshnth held thc opposltnon to the ycry loyx ucrlgc of only 3' 1 runs per y.,1n L Hank H lrrmgton lcd the Bulldogs nn the battmg department Returning, for lttnon th1s scar were Bob Ledford Charles Hennlngtr Bob Shirley Pat Parker 1nd Eddne Douy,las P cflc I f L Louxsu e Central Male Male Austln Flaget St Xavler Austin llxget Shawnee K NI I Mt St Frmus K NI I bhlyynee Loulsulle Central Op NA ' -.' . . 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The Dogs then journeyed to DuPont Stadium, the home of the Manual Crimsons, where they dropped a hard fought contest by a margin of only 312 points. Dick Riely won the 440, Don Everdon copped the 100, Bill White took the 880, and Carl Anderson scored a double triumph in the low and high hurdles. For the second year straight. the Bulldogs finished second in the New Albany Invitational Meet. New Albany broke three records. Don Everdon equaled the record of 0:25.3 for the 220. Bill White ran a 2104.6 half mile, breaking the record of 21055. Dick Riely broke the record in the broad jump of 20 feet 2 inches, with a leap of 20 feet 8 inches. The Bulldogs came through with their one-two punch in the pole vault with Bob Plaiss and Charles White doing the honors. The Bulldogs finished second in the S. I. A. C. relays behind Bosse of Evansville. The Canines had a double winner in Dick Riely, in the broad jump and the 440. Bill White copped the half-mile. New Albany won its twentieth sectional meet at Buerk Field by rolling up 641,12 points. The closest opposition came from Seymour who scored 35M points. The Bulldogs placed 8th in the regionals held at Ron' 2: Charles White, Paul Mcliim. Dick Riely. Gerald Tyler, Gerald Huth, Donald Evans. l, as Bill Van Cadet is crossing the line for another New Albany victory. Bloomington. Although finishing far down in the scoring, New Albany came through with a pleasing performance by Charlie White and Bob Plaiss in the pole-vaulting, and Don Evetdon and Dick Riely in the dashes. Rau' l: jim Zeller. Carl Anderson. Bob Plaiss. George Crone, Donald Everdon, Bob Tenny, Bill jackson. it.: Guy Bezy Don Belcher Coach Floyd Henry Pat ORear XValter Ste n J0 The 1931 golf team coached by Floyd Henry con s1sted of five members Don Belcher Walter Stern Guy Bezy Pat ORear and Fred Hurrley Fred Hurrley was top mm on the team by scor mg m the low 70s throughout the season The team broke even wnth four wms and four losses The squad defeated Male and Manual of Lotus v1lle and Madison twrce Thexr losses were by Flaget twuce and twlce by St Xayter the State Champnons of kentucky Durmg the 5 l A C meet at Vmcennes the New Albmnans plated hfth nn a held of mne In the sectxonal match held at asper the squad also placed f1fth m a held of exghteen Pzgt Out H1111 fm! lllcfjblllj Walter Stern xs preparmg to pu t the nmth holt cn the Country Club green , , V ' ,,. 9 y x s - I . . ! . I ' v - 5 1 2 - , v 1 9 ' L I ' . . v , . v' v' v V' ' 9 . f Q V 4 . . . a I . 4 Y . . . .. 1 , , ' f - ' ' J ' 1 . . J , . J . t . t," ' I 'K A ' Cross Country The Cross Country team was inaugurated at N A H S during the fall semester of this year Coached by Floyd Henry the team won 2 and lost 2 The sprinters dropped the Silver Creek Dragons for the first contest of the fall sport Trawelmg to Charlestown the team fell behmd for its first defeat The following week engaging Silver Creek the sprmters won their second victory For the final meet of the season the New Albanians were host to Members of the Cross Country team for the past year were Lmrue Taylor Herschel Morrison Bill Van Cader Gerald Tyler Jnm Clayton Joe Poston Charlestown Exertmg all energy and effort the Bulldog sprmters ran around the two mile track but lost the engagement by only two points Traveling to Vincennes for the S I A C Confer ence New Albany placed 5th in a field of nine teams Vincennes captured the victory During the sectional meet held at asper the team placed 12th in a field of 36 teams No one qualified for the state meet Page One Hlllltlfitf tml! 1111111 0111. 1 I u L . . . , 9 - . 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RIDDLE STAR CLEAN ERS AND COMPANY PLANING MILL Phone 5 5229 26 East Third Street LUMBER AND Ml LLWORK Phone 4 2541 Sprung and Floodwall NEW ALBANY INDIANA NEW ALBANY INDIANA Juoy Flenscher D Ile N1Vh ttlngh ll Nancy Rnchards and Nancy Barnes are preparing to take a rude ln a new Ford BASSETT 8: CRAIG FRIENDLY FORD DEALERS O2 East Market New Albany Ind ana Phone 5 5296 011 H1111 If I , , . . . ,. . , e I I , , E ' , i - djs' c' It red 11111 -or PACE 81 SON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Commercuol Industruol Resadenfuol Wlrmg New Albany JeffersonvllIe Louusvllle Ky 4 II33 3 3373 CLay6I27 Home of the I-Ingh School Bowlmg Leogues PEARL OAK BOWLING LANES NEW ALBANY INDIANA lag, 0zeH1d dazdfolgl 529 Peorl Street Phone 58007 SPARK S CAFETERIA HOME STYLE COOKING I-Iome Mode Pues Rolls ond Cokes IO33 Vnncennes Street Phone 5 B849 Graf Auto Company DODCE AND PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS MO PAR ENGINEERED PARTS SALES AND SERVICE Phone 4 6409 323 Vincennes Street New Albany Indiana Compliments of A FRIEND BIR LUMBER COMPANY LUM BIR I3th and Dewey Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 5253 MYLES HARDWARE IOI I Vuncennes Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 4523 C14 Sigel' ,All sn ,QM KAISERS TOBACCO STORE NEW ALBANY INDIANA BU RT OWENS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST IOI 9 Vnncennes Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8922 SPRING STREET VARIETY SHOP I IOI Sprung Street Phone 5 8036 17160011 Hruf fmfl' I I I Q 1 I III - IBS . ' S ---- I . , . " N41-5 . , X I I - 1 326 Pearl Street Phone 5-567I Vnt-r Nlninlnlwnr .ow ....b. ...,o. .H U 1 Ire.. I 'rfr'IV3-'lfvr' Nancy Rlchards Nancy Barnes Judy Fleischer and Delle Whlttlnghull are pictured dlscusslng plans for the future Young People Wlll Tell You RCISZ Is A Good Store To Know' Young couples and older couples learn that Reusz IS a good store to know whether you are furnishing your fnrst home on a lnmlted budget or redecoratung your larger home more lavushly We glve every customer our undnvnded personal attention You and your home and happuness are very umportant to us CONGRATULATIONS We congratulate the class of l952 on your flne spnrlt and accomplushments We are glad to be represented un your personal copy of thus years SENIOR BLOTTER lt ss a fine publucatuon New ALaANv,INo. -"'- SAl.eM,lNo. Page One Hzzmlfcll and F0111 Fon: ' . I' 11 . X l x v- ,V I V 11.1 , .V R l K ' l J . lf , ll X .QI ... . , , ' 0 ! 0 0 F U SHITIIRE CO. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '52 We congratulate you on your achievement You are a P eat class leavxng a great school preparmg yourselves to take y ur pl ces great town New Albany As the year go by we want you to become letter acoualnted with us and the qualnty Innes we furry o DOBBS HATS o HICKOK BELTS 0 ARROW SHIRTS INTERWOVEN HOSE 0 SWANK JEWELRY o BVD UINDERWEAR SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES JOHN B MITCHELL SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES 3I2 Pearl Street between Sprung and Market NORTH SIDE CORNER Tops In ony Town Where the Alurnnn ond Students Meet State and Clay Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA HELPING YOU BECOME Dnd you ever stop to thunk about the Importance ot electric power In con nectlon wlth your own future success? l a there s hardly a career nmagrnable these days that doesn t requvre dependable electric power Youll fund In the work you choose that the electric power you need to help you cllmb A SUCCESS the ladder of success IS ready and wanting for you to press a button or turn a swntch ln fact this company as now engaged In the bnggest ex panslon program In :ts history to make sure you will have all the pendable low cost electrncutv you need to get ahead' PUBLIC SERVICE 00M PAIIY 0F IIIIIAIIA IIIG Good Low Cost Electrlc Servlce To More Than 700 Commumhes In 70 Counties of Indiana Pzgc One l'11n1rfu I xml l mfg 1114 o a in a . , . 0 I , l . t's fact.,. ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' de- 1 4" ' "II L Loftus-Lo Duc Company 347 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Real Estate - Mortgage Loans Insurance Retoiler's Supply Co. WHOLESALE PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 2I4 East Elm New Albany, Ind. Phone 4-4749 BROCK ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Industrial -- Commercial - Residential Dial 4-6091 2222 Beeler Street New Albany Indiana SCHULZ ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE SECURITY BONDS INSURANCE DEPARIMENT The Floyd County Bank Vincennes and Spring Streets J Raymond Clark Manager INVISIBLE SHOE REPAIRING BADGER SHOE REPAIR I6l 8 East Market LACES POLISH Floyd County Sales DGSGTO PLYMOUTH Charlestown Road Phone 4 2229 DELICIOUS HOME COOKING C-OOD COFFEE PRICES MODERATE THE CWL RESTAURANT 3 I 2 Vincennes Street i gc Om' HIf1Iifl'C'4! um! Fo1'Ij-Six FOUNTAIN LUNCI-IEONETTE Cullen's Variety Store 623 Indiana Avenue NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-3I82 Orange Root Beer Compliments of Lemon Cream Soda C-rape cmgefme Hoosier Welding Supplies Bank and Culbertson Phone S 839I G J Muller Beverage Go NEW ALBANY INDIANA New Albany Induana FCvvIer Indnana FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES RCA VICTOR AND I-IALLICRAFTER TELEVISION RADIOS AND COMBINATION INSTRUMENTS TI-IE BEST MONEY CAN BUY M A S 0 N S I77 Sprung Street Phone 5 62II l Af I Page Om' l1n11.lu.f .mf l"fn'r,1f.Sl NEW ALBANY LUMBER COMPANY West Third and Water Street Compliments of HITNER'S SERVICE I302 East Oak NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Day Lumber Company Department Store of the Bulldnng lndustry Phone 4 6457 I 5th and Shelby Compllments of Sun Flre Stoker Company 802 East Elghth sneer NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2277 E M Cummmgs Veneers, Incorporated 6IO East Fourth Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA TVVO PLY TAPE FACED VENEER MADDEN S PHARMACY Pho: e 577l I Electrucal Supplles Pannts and Ouls Sportmg Goods Karl L Fenger Cr Son H A R D W A R E I4I I43 East Mann Street Phone4 2248 NEW ALBANY INDIAIXA New Albany Apothecary We Se l Drugs t Pe all Let Us Serve Your Next Needs New Albany s Only Professional Pharmacy WE DELIVER 328 Pearl Street Phone 4 28: I 1 4 Om Hlmlr fluff 1 I I . I I . C O . O - I 1 I Q , - . Q X . Oala and Vincennes Streets . . 57 ' L S' f I 'cn . . 'f1'I-lflfigbl CENTRAL WELDING C1 BRAZING COMPANY The Home Transit Incorporated PORTABLE EQUIPMENT ELE TRIC AND A ETYLEN C C E SERVES YOU WELDING AND CUTTING 219 East Fourth Street 1209 Vincennes Street Phone 5-7441 NEW ALBANY INDIANA NEW ALBANY INDIANA CHESTER B STEM INCORPORATED Gront Lune Rood New AIbony Indlono I I l'r1gc'UlI4' lfumfrfwf um! lL1Ul'f'Y- 1 l-I Klrk Lumber Company Lumber ond Bunldung Moternols I5th and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Compluments of JOHN M WALTER SHEET METAL New Albany s Authorlzed Dealer of Orange Blossom Duamond Rlngs Elgln I-'amlltor' and Bulova Watches Irlon and Wolf Jewelers I3I East Sprung Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA CLOTHING 0 JEWELRY FURNITURE 0 APPLIANCES NEW ALBANY BI4 Pea I Street l33 l3'5 East Ma kct St ect LOUISVILLE Compllrnents of CARL TAYLOR l403 Sprung Street Phone 5 8882 C Robert Brooks Cr Son REALTORS lNSuRoRs 349 Vuncennes Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2752 The Most Importont Thang thot Goes Into o Shoe us the Foot STEINS SHOE STORE SunceIB67 H U BLAR HARDWARE TOOLS PIPE PAINTS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES I ZO7 State Street New Albany Indiana Phone 4 4I 8I I1 4 Om ITIHIIIILKII uzflzjfq . . . r - - r r phone APZ893 Corner Fourth and Liberty . . I " z 4 :M COMPLIMENTS OF Your Admiral Dealer WHOLESALE Fruits, Vegetables, Produce Bennett Furniture Co. 314 State Street 21 l-l 7 State St. NEW ALBANY, INDIANA NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-56l2 SHOP AT SEAR an SAVE SEARS ROEBUCK AND C0 201 Peorl Street o 5' NEW ALBANY INDIANA , . Pla rio -o576 I li. 1. Um fl."f1,',"lm.f'. ill". 1 NEON SIGNS Neons Lite Co , Inc Highway 62 Between Jeff and New Albany Dial 5 5255 Ben M Streepey Russell C Petty John Vernia and Son NEW ALBANY MARBLE WORKS North West Corner Pearl and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Established IB76 Our Congratulations to You Seniors REMEMBER THAT WE FIT THE HARD TO FIT' FRANK MORGAN 4th and Spring Custom Tailoring Phone 4 I 332 COMPLIMENTS or Rochenbach Drug Company INCORPORATED 428 Vincennes Street Phone 4 3922 M A STEINERT S COMPLETE FOOD MARKET open Evenings and simdays Phone 4 4548 1717 Charlestown Road National Frozen Food Locker Service Processing Fruits and Vegetables LOCKER RENTALS COMPLETE LINE ot Frozen Food Cartons and Supplies Lad and Lassie Shop Phone4032I Andres D X Garage 7Ol Vincennes 332 Vincennes Street Phone 5 8411 L IL Hffmlicf Il 1 I u NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-0622 I628 Division St. 'Oz . ' 1. L 1cll:fl'I'j-51,110 COMPLI MENTS OF HQQSIER si-HNE szizvicia co. When Better Automobiles ore Built Troy ond Chombers Street NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2252 BUICK Will Build Them Third and Market Streets NEW ALBANY. INDIANA Phone 5-6668 Vincennes and Spring Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2233 PURITY MAID MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM I-7 C JI C'C'lb NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone D 5246 I U ll I I ,..,.,1 AA-..i.- C --- - 2th uni u i I 'sql ut :ff.f.i'ft.f'.WJ slit Your Favorite Store in NEW ALBANY DEPARTMENT STORE 1 NEW ALBANY IND. Always . . . The Most tor Your Money INDIANA TRUCK Er TRACTOR COMPANY INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALERS TRUCKS - TRACTORS REFRIGERATOR FREEZERS 301 E. Main Street Phone 5-871 1 New Albany, Indiana Golden Krisp Donuts 502 State Street Phone 4 3973 NEW ALBANY INDIANA Walters Pontiac, Inc. 1952 PONTIAC A Perte t Balance of Beauty and Power The Most Beautuful Thung on Wheels 415 State Street Phone 4 2291 FREEMAN S CLEANING AND :DRESSING Qualuty Service Courtesy 605 Silver Street Phone 5 7461 GRAND BEAUTY SALON 426 Elsby Bunldung EVENING APPOINTMENTS Phone 5 8381 EUREKA HARDWARE 1905 Charlestown Road Phone 5 6871 Pl-IILCO APPLIANCES Famous for Qual ty the World Over CI-EECKERBOARD GRILL Your Favorite Hamburger and Sandwich Shop Across from HI School Phone 5 8046 Open 5 30 10 00 Except Sunday Paul and Fay Davns Props IOIH1 F C . I " I H A , . 1 c 111 :fred .mtf 'illfl-I7u11:' Union J. 0. Enclris National Bank and Son TI-IE LARGEST FINANCIAL I-Ieodquorters for INSTITUTION IN NEW ALBANY I-IICI-I SCHOOL RINGS Pearl and Main Streets Phone 5-6686 230 Pearl St. Phone 4-3I33 Congratulations to the Class of l952 T H E N00 K Mr ond Mrs Gnlbert Brown ond Gnbby V ll ' 11 I..,Q 'lon II, ff.-1.1 II7,,I For Watch Cloclf or Jewelry Repalrung Wuth Satlsfactlon Guaranteed Take Your Repaurs to GEO W SMITH JEWELER 33I Vnncennes Street New Albany Indiana Get Our Prices Flrst Then Try Us for Servlce Phone 4 5452 PETERY HEDDEN oFFucE APPLIANCES I33 East Sprung Phone 5 SZIS 4 Pearl Phone 5 52I5 NEW ALBANY INDIANA Royal Typew :ters Ne Po table a d Used Sales Servrce Rentals Photographuc Supplues Cameras and Equipment Televlsuon Ret :ge a o Maytag Wash ng Mach DR R J VANCE Phone55638 ABROMS STYLE SHOP Ladles and Chuldren s Wear 2I0 I2 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 0562 For Fountonn Servnce ond Complete Drug Service Vernon Mathes Drugs Vnncennes Street at Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 362I Wllburn s T V Sales and Service QUALIFIED TELEVISION TECHNICIAN 1632 spfmg sneer Phone4 5472 New Albany lnduana C R E A Good Any Tnrne ond All the Turnel Emery Ice Cream Company 550 Beharrell Avenue NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 I392 Swlss Cleaners and Dyers Phone4 2I62or4 35II SERVING NEW ALBANY FOR THE PAST II YEARS 607 Vincennes Street Robert IShortyl Gonder Owner Vnncennes and Oak St Page One Hmzrlred and Fzflq 51x 0 0 I5 - , r' - w r , n F r' r t rs i ines We Fit the Hard to Fit At O O . . . , I . O IT' I C E M ' Where Good Friends Meek for BURD'S RESTAURANT food Entertainment" AND CONFECTIONERY Grand Finest Food, Candy and Ice Cream and Indiana Theafres 220 pw. Phone 4-2622 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND lily U1 ll. '1,fw,f.z11.f lfzffrx-S LANG AUTO SERVICE GENERAL REPAIR WORK 24 Hour Wreckung Servuce 615 State Street NEW ALBANY IND CAROLYN'S BEAUTY SALON For Women Who Wont the Best 1820 E Elm Street Phone4 3918 Compliments of Remhart s Paints and Wall Paper 161 1 East Market Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Ice Cream Fountaun Servuce Sandwuches MANUS DRIVE IN 201 I Charlestown Road NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8004 Compliments of NEW ALBANY STEAM LAUNDRY INC DRY CLEANERS 132 136 East Main Phone 4 6466 NEW ALBANY INDIANA COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE ISodas a Speclaltyi Becky's Confectionery Vuncennes At Culbertson NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 1684 THE MEYER COAL CO I-Iome of Good Cool Yard Monon R R and Beeler Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 6475 C H BROWN GROCERIES Phone 5 5804 I 1 4 O7 c H1111 fuel llllfllflll Llggbl o I a I ' - C. E. Sillings, Pres. C. A. Sillings, Vice Pres, - Jig, Z., K., K I' ,f', THE Compliments ot FLOYD COUNTY BANK General Banking and S T E I D E N S T O R E S Insurance Business Drive- l n-Window-Service Parking for Customers 218-220 Pearl Street Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation J. l-I. Cautield - Store Manager Vincennes C7 Spring Sts New Albany lnd T E Scanlon We Sell Anythsng on Eorth W REAL ESTATE ond INSURANCE DDOCCSSIOPIAI CCDXIICE ELLIS A FLYNN SRA REALToR VALUATOR Dual 4 2l 82 Nights 4 0626 l607 O9 E Market New Albary lndiana I lb U11 L Ill ll I ll I IXNJI L I NIIVXL JLIXV I ..- o . - -- I ' I J. "L ' 111111 frm' .111.I' l"1f.'1-X ' PACKS GROCERY 508 Vincennes Phone 5 888l BRILL PHARMACY 234 Vuncennes Phone 4 2593 FREE DELIVERY Your Frlendly Drug Store The Hoosier Panel Co Custom Mode Plywood Fairmont Park New Albany lndrana Phone 4 6477 COOPER DRUGS lFormerly Connersl New Albany s Oldest and Most Modern Drug Store Pearl and Sprung Streets Complete Prescrnptlon Servuce We deluver Phone 5 6638 Lone Star Lumber Co Where It us o Pleasure to Buy Phone 5 5609 State Run Road At Charlestown Men s Wear Road RAY JENKS DOUGH ERTY'S DRUG STORE l4l 9 East Sprung Street Phone 4 2153 Phone 4 2749 337 Vrncennes Street Qulck Cleaners G' Laundry Quick Woy to Quollty Work Done by Services of Loulsvllle I qgc 0716 P11171 Inc! and Szxfj Groduote to Better Quality JA ' L ' - I V Congratulations to the Congrotulotions fo the Closs of H1952 Class of 1952 BREECE VENEER AND K PANEL COMPANY I, S 13th and lVlcBeth NEW ALBANY. INDIANA NEV! ALBANY, INDIANA 4 C491 THE FLOYD COUNTY FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION George A Kraft The Seabrook Co Thomas L Mulllneaux George Shrader Elmer l-I Dleckrnann and Son Phone - 1 I Pago 0110 111111.11141 .1I1LfSf.X.',1 0 I tty Campbell showing Sa dy Bow and A Bengam n some of the new sprung fashions FASHION SHOP 215 Pearl Street Women and Children S Apparel Charge Account and Budget Plan Double Seven Tlre Service OLDEST AND LARGEST QUALITY TIRE RECAPPERS IN SOUTHERN INDIANA 23 Years on Mann Street Phone 4 48I I Corner West Flrst and Mann NEW ALBANY INDIANA White House Portraits ELLA FENDALL Creates An tustry In Portraltures appolntment Candld or Studlo Copy restoration of treasured Portrants or Documents 'Wife te House Studuos Whlte House Department Store HARGO OIL COMPANY GAS AND FUEL OIL I6OI East Mann Street I4O East Mann Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 5 8597 or S 8888 Add Life to Llvnng with Work Sovlng GAS APPLIANCES' INDIANA GAS Cr WATER, INC P 150 Om Hmzdnd 4111151113 Tu 0 Q I B2 is ' n r n nn - , ' , , . i . . ' Glamor poses - Costuming - Weddings by - - 'A' O 1 1 I , '-- - . Specuol Cords for Specuol Occosrons Approprnote Cords for All Occosuons THE KISER COMPANY HOME OF HALLMARK GREETING CARDS OFFICE SUPPLIES I44 Sprung Street Phone 4 327l New Albany Indiana Flowers Telegrophecl 6 F LOPIIST I2l 7 SILVER STREET Fnnest In Flowers for Forty Yeors NFW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 42I3I Your Frnendly Store Buy with Contndence Sotnsfoctaon Guoronteed or Your Money Bock Complete Merchondu e Selections for the Fomlly ond the Home VVEARING APPAREL NOTIONS HOME FURNISHINGS 3l9 Pearl Street New Albany lndnana SMITH AUTO CO CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH GMC TRUCKS Lorge Selectnon of Good Used Cors Phone S 6674 State and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA ' I f ll ' ' ll Q Q .S . . o - . Pngn Om' H1f1z.frcJ.1mfSi.x'11-'I I Eng bed In I1 ppy conversatlon are Don Moser Frank Marquet and Mass Margaret Schmntt Where Quoluty IS Feotured ot Lower Cost State and Mann Streets Phone 4 2283 aff ' a ' , ' C Q fufnltllfe 0, 1 U I 1 .".wtf.N1.x',"1-141111 For Correct Floral Arrangements For Every Occasion Call GROCERIES - FRESH MEATS NANCE KAHLS MARKET FLORAL SHOPPE lOOl East Market Street Serves you NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 3322 Dual 4 4273 Rernenqber WeddlnQS Ore OUT Speceolty ond We l4Z3 Oak Street Telegraph Flowers Anywhere With You ln Mind fdivfgffwe 'il nk! E Eiggwiallf QM V9 65 nude I ,ga 254-7 X E1 ' fe' , Axwfjgffifv fy, -l ffx, Fri fl f7ll'fg ix bf, . fl f. Xlw 4 ff f ff xc X f l ' ,Nfl X x Xi D J- I X :-' rf we T pl ,K ,auf Ill on 7, ,rf 1, , ff, A kay Jill" , .- ET ml ,f 1 ' X as 4 x C 19.1530 Om' I'llH1z!7'c'rfJ71.! S ll I Martha Hammer IS handlng a package of freshly cleaned clothes to Stan Denny Ronnie Drerklng Chuck l-lennlnger and Eddie Moore NORTH SIDE CLEANERS Dual 4 l992 213 State Street We operote our own plont on premnses Nancy Shacklett and Pinky lvlaetschke are duscussung plans for college 2l blocks from the hugh rent dlstrnct Across from the Sensor l-lngh School NICHOLS FURNITURE COMPANY lOOl Vincennes St Phone 4 6229 1 L Om H1111 lruf IIIXSIX IX ,A A px 'I . , 5 ,,, , r, 6 I I C -, Williams Bakery William S. Moak Bakers at the Better Things" GENERAL CONTRACTOR II5 East Market Street Phone 4-3286 Phone 4-2259 NEW ALBANY, INDIANA NEW ALBANY, INDIANA LOUIS WOLF MEAT MARKET Comer Furst and Market Streets Phone 4 O6I I NEW ALBANY INDIANA I -O1H.!-1415118 Special Most Attention Delicious Food Pa rtnes an Fa s Banquets Cuties Pictured above ns the l95l 52 Basketball Team enyoyung one of many meals at Frances Cafeterua FRANCES CAFETERIA THE HOUSE OF DIAMONDS Down through the years we here at Ray s have taken prnde an our merchandlsung system We have always featured and shall contnn.:e to feature the Most Popular Natlonally Adver tlsed Merchandise Elgln Bulova Cruen Hamilton Speldel l847 Rogers Comrnunnty Snlver and many others too nunaerous to mentlon are synonomous wlth Ray s RAYS JEWELRY New Albanys Frnendly Jewelry Store Lookmg at th Variety of lewelry on dnsplay are Patsy Weddnng and Helen Zemon 4 O1 Hznzln I n1fS1xf1 I to A in d ll l , I 5Ol ' . - , ' ll ll ' 1 Longines - Benrus - Art-Carved Diamonds - .I l I X All . Q , . IL' 4 ' '. . 4 cl . - 1'iVqff2,' Suze 5 Cotalm All over the natnon young people wall be preparung themselves for the future which well may Include an attractnve Cunnnson Home The assurance that they are buysng a home wnthnn the means of a modest Income plus the ease and effncnency of these new C-unnnson Homes wlll en hance a lufetume of comfortable llvung i Authorized Gunnison Homes Dealer WILLIAM C. MAETSCHKE Phone 5 7587 Page One Hlzmlred and S1115 Nme n I--,-v Page Om' Hznnfrcd and Scz c1115 IWIUFESSIUNAL Illltlil TUIW Thomas D McCuraun E L Thomas James B Hawkuns J mes L Walker Jr Comer Buggerstaft Bulleut and Orbuson JohnA Cody Jr Raymond C Forste Eugene Hancock Kenneth Hay Wulluam B Janes Chet Lorch Jo eph lVlcDanuel Herb rt Navulle Harold Exlune P ul B McCormuck Leonard A Rosenthal Ed wr W Temple S M Baxter K nneth Brown Howard Byrn Wulluarn Edwards Wm H Carner Patruck Hess Edgar Murphy lreneC- Polhemus A N Robertson J l Streepey Nelson A Wolfe ACCOUNTANTS 212 Luberty Buuldung 409 Elsoy Buuldung ARCHITECTS 218 Elsby Buuldlng 718 Elsby Buuldung ATTORNEYS 6 Mutual Trust Buuldung 4 5782 4 4883 4 5241 4 5241 4 6281 5 5219 Unuon Natuonal Bank Buuldung 525 Elsby Buuldung 325 Elsby Buuldung 401 Elsby Buuldung Elsby Buuldung 325 Elsby Buuldung 517 521 Elsby Building 41012 46133 43213 41012 46133 55251 43723 03 Federal Savungs and Loan Buuldung Savung and Loan Buuldung DENTISTS 00 E Sprung Street 204 Fed ral Savungs and Loa 706 Elsby Buuldung 211 Lrberty Bulldung DOCTORS 1201 Sprung Stre t 410 Ea t Sprung Street 415 Elsby Bulldung F'oyd County Banc Buuldun 919 E st Sprung Street Floyd County Bank Buuldung 1824 State Street 1610 East Sprung Street 820 Ea t Sprung Street 1 100 East Sprung Street 1117 East Sprung Street n Buuldlng D 4 3723 4 3694 4 2302 5 8651 4 0211 1733 8412 5401 3141 1842 5623 5 6881 4 0401 5 5431 4 0732 5 5591 P1 4 Om H1 ll had 01154 u1fuOrzc ll 1 Lk I, wmw,LeeffilljlllffllflauaElsbyBuuudung.f11f11fff'f111211514-1222 . . ...... .............. 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