New Albany High School - Senior Blotter Yearbook (New Albany, IN)
- Class of 1955
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Our classrooms and hallgames, along with our Christmas activities and locker
inspections, are just a small part of the many experiences that we have shared
together. Dances, plays, concerts. and pep sessions are all crammed into one short
NWe aren't going to forget the interesting and educational assemblies we have
had. They, too, are a part of our school life.
As soon as one phase of activity is ended, there is always another to be en-
thusiastically anticipated. There is truly never a dull moment at NAHS.
Mary Lou Breen. in the role as Dan "We want the freshmen." is the cry given out hy the Marlene Maier and Joanne Magness
Mogkg mother in the Senior C1355 Play, upperclassmen as the freshmen take the traditional apply finishing touches to Christmas
i5 proving that mother ig always right, "Freshman Walk." decorations on the office windows.
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Barbara Faith and Evelyn Lang are Larry Faith is collecting money for lunches in the Chivalry is still here as Bill Pearl
busy at work in the Bookstore, one of cafeteria line. lends a helping hand to ladies in dis-
the centers of activity at NAHS. tress.
Although our school year was a busy one, we always found time to meet our
friends. At the bookstore, the lunchroom, the water fountain, and probably the
most popular of all meeting places, the flagpole, we always found a group of
Take it from the alumni when they say-"High school friends are life-long
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display their artistic talents by painting the
King of Hearts for the Valentine Dance det'-
Miss Murray is supervising locker inspection
at the end of the hrst semester.
"W'e Sing Anywhere" is the motto of the
famous Flattops. Singing in the main hall
are Sherrill Colvin. jim Clay ton, Don Adams.
and Rodney Pennell.
Mr. W'arren Slider congratulates james
Henry on being selected outstanding senior
Dan Mook. selected as outstanding senior
student in engineering, receives his award from
Mr. Ben Pawlik.
Mr. Brown commends Deanna Chase, Ruth
Anne Losch, Franklin jones, Sharon Ott. Alvin
Vetter, and Rohert Welch for four years of
perfect school attendance.
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Recognition was achiexed hy outstanding seniors of our
high school lor unsellish serxice, citifensfiip. and scholar-
'lihe following awards were gixen to Ii1L'gI'Llkl'.l1lIlI'lg class
of 1933: Yaledictorian, Donna llarding Altrusa. .IoAnn
Jolly: iliri Kappa. Pat Soloinong Rotary. -lames Henry:
Kiwanis. Donna Hardin. Alames Clapp. Dan Mook. Larry
Faith: DAR award. Carol hlonesz Bonnie Sloan l'nit of
American Legion Auxiliary. Sue Leller and ylames Claytoni
and the Business and Professional XY'onten's Clluh. Carolyn
Dr. A. N. Robertson award, -Iames llenryg Hi Y Achieve-
ment award. Richard Rohertsg Optimist Club, Robert
Maier: 'l'ri Hi Y. Peggy liunkg Indiana Society of Profes-
sional lfngineers. Dan Mookg and Tri Kappa Scholarship
Grants. lflizalveth Ann Baylor and Helen Frances Gray.
Also, ill X S of American Legion, Ruth Southard and
Doris Mahoney: High School PTA Scholarship, Don
Adamsg Raney Memorial Award, blames Henry: and Psi
lota Psi. .loyce -lellierson.
Students receiving recognition for four years of perfect
attendance were Deanna Chase, Franklin jones, Ruth Anne
Losch, Sharon Ott. Alvin Vetter, and Robert Welch.
"At last." sighs Karen Funk as she receives the coveted diploma from Superintendent Barkes.
Standmg before the graduatmg class the NAHS Concert Chonr presents selecuons for the Baccalaureate seruce
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Memhers of the graduating class of 1955 take their
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after the Class D215 exercises.
Sylxia Rusvghke. Donna lliirilin. Norma Nlzirtin. .ind jzinice
llairter sire conxersing while exclmnging senior class cards.
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gown while Audrey Russell watches.
ll looks us though the lfreshmzm-Sophomore Prom was
Everyone seems to he hasing a good time at the Freshman-
Daneim.: to the music of Stemle's Orchestra was really great.
own thee Queen." suys President of the Senior Class.
jim Henry. as he officially places tht- floral crown on the
rom Queen. Sue Leller.
e music sets the mood for these starry ey ed tlanters.
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The new Mechanic Arts Building.
Our vocational department, which produces the trades-
men of tomorrow, is one of which we are certainly proud.
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moved into the new Mechanic Arts Building, which has
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knowledge to work but also contribute greatly to the
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jects to offer-everything from shop to Latin.
We helieve our work is nex er finished. und we just know we will never get
our English theme done in time: hut we do, and then we are proud of a joh well
Although assignments seem diificult at the time, we find all the information
from the never ending source of material supplied hy our school library.
My goodness. aren't we studious?
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The Student Council was organized in 19-fi to develop
student responsibility, initiative, leadership, and school
prideg to develop in the student a growing appreciation
of membership in a democracyg and to promote desirable
The officers are elected in May of each year by the entire
student body and take office the following September.
Each room elects a representative as soon as home rooms
are organized. This representative serves the full year
providing he maintains a "C" average.
The Student Council participated in the Veterans Day
parade and won acclaim for its float depicting the flag-
raising on lwo Jima.
Members of this organization have continued previous
plans for a Teen Center. They visited the recreation center
and are encouraging students to take advantage of the im-
They discussed arrangements for a fruit vending ma-
chine to he placed in the cafeteria. Another project was
that of covering some of the stairs with rubber mats.
The Student Council is sponsored by Miss Lucile Paris
and Mr. Max XX'iesman.
Student Council officers. all
smiles as they prepare to preside
i over a weekly meeting, are jim
Henry. treasurer: jim Clayton.
presidentg Carol jones, secretaryg
and Sherrill Colvin, vice president.
Taking advantage of the new recreation center and trying their
hand at shufile-board are Donna Burd, Mary Lieber, Dolores Dorsey.
Linda Roberson. and Carol Steproe.
Rau' 4: Lois Casey, Betty Wolfe. Jack Kessler, Larry Evans, Jim Peters, Jim Dyson, Bob Ewton, Jim Clapp, Steve Ballard. Joe Voyles,
Randall Garriott, Barbara Faith, Carolyn Bir. and Ruth Lamb. Rau' 3: Carol Steproe, Mary Lou Gibson, Dorothy Lester, Roberta Roy,
Louis Goebel. Paul Shallers, Larry Faith, Dan Mock, Steve Von Allmen, Jack Bott, Pat Solomon, Sunnye Adams, Colleen Oakes, Barbara
Morgan, and Joyce Jefferson. Rau' 2: Yvonne Morgan, Janet Thomas, Marilyn Chastain, Sharon Box, Mary Ann Brown. Nathalea Foster.
Phyllis Thomas, Edith Berryman, Martha Fessel, Janice Hatter, Linda Paulsen, Carol Jones, Connie Fendall, and Peggy Dunn. Rau' I:
Joann Snook, Joy Morris, Judy Nunemacher, Emma Bell Atkins, Joelle Dempster, Shirley Ball, Barbra Embrey, Connie Volz, Judy
McCaffrey. Donna Hardin, Libby Davis, Peggy Lewis, Phyllis Davis, and Rosemary Hurst.
Sclmlarly Sues and Sams
To attain the honor of receiving the Scholarship "N"
a student must achieve a scholastic average of straight
"A's" in four subjects and a grade no lower than a "B"
if the student is carrying a hfth subject. The "A's" must
all be in solid subjects.
Each student who maintained this average for a semester
received the honored reward at a special awards assembly
in the spring, held in the high school auditorium.
The awards are presented during separate assemblies.
The junior and senior classes receive their "N's" in one
assembly, the freshman and sophomore classes in another.
At both of these assemblies, Mr. Delbert Brown. principal
of New Albany High School, made these presentations to
The students who strive for this award encourage high
scholastic goals. They do their part in helping to promote
and maintain a high scholastic rating at New Albany High
The Scholarship is a prized possession to all who
receive it. It is earned by student initiative, eagerness.
determination, and willingness to study.
From year to year the number of high school students
receiving this cherished award reaches a still higher num-
ber than the year before.
It is not a club, but a group of students who receive this
award. They are proud to wear it, and they are recog-
nized as top NAHS students.
Our high school is rated as one of the top schools in the
state of Indiana. These students who have received this
award are helping to keep it that way.
Presenting the Scholarship to outstanding students
began in 1950 under the direction of a former principal
of New Albany High School. Mr. C. C. Katterjohn.
We DW Our Hats
To the members of the National Honor Society. we doff
Our local chapter. started in 195-1. is proud to be an estab
lished member of a national organization, an organization
which stands for honesty. dependability. integrity, cooperation
reliability, and fairness in dealing with others.
The purposes of the club are to create an enthusiasm for
scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote
leadership. and to develop character in the students of our
The qualihcations for membership require that one excel
in scholarship, leadership. character, and service. The teachers
select names from the upper one-fourth of the junior and senior
classes. This year there were ten per cent of the senior class
and five per cent of the junior class chosen for membership.
The officers elected for this year were Dan Mook, chairman
and Kay Duer, secretary.
The annual initiation, held in March in the high school
auditorium, was performed by the members from last year.
Pins and membership cards were distributed to the new mem-
The club is under the sponsorship of Miss Katherine Ellis.
Mr. Marvin Oakes, Mr. Ed Summers, Mr. Maurice Milten-
berger, and Mr. Delbert Brown, principal.
Rau- 5: Mildred Hooe. Sunnye Adams. Catherine jo Ellis. Mary
Kathryn Asberry, Lois Casey. Ronnie Leach. Bob Maier. john Sandle-
wick. Bill Braden. Pete Clark. and Paul Smith. Rota' 4: Sue Letler.
Linda Roberson. joanne Evans. Marcia Wrege. joyce Hoke. Don Adams.
Sherrill Colvin, Arthur Endres. jerry Keller. and joe Voyles. Ron' 3:
Connie Volz. Beverly Leuthart. jane Ryland. janet Harmeling, Sue
Walker, Pat Conrad, Ralph Terrell. Larry Faith. Larry Kinzer. and
Charles Koopman. Rau' 2: joelle Dempster. Connie Eendall. Mary
Lou Breen. Ruth Knowland. janet Thomas. Mary Lou Gibson. Colleen
Oakes. Mariam LaDuke. and john Adams. Rau' I: janice Owen. Anita
Kielhorn. Alice Shields. joyce jefferson. Rosalind Brown. Betty Gilland.
Barbara Bandy. Frances Gray. Deanna Chase. Sharon Ott. Evelyn Lang.
and Sharon Murphy.
Larry Kinzer is receiving his National Honor Society pin
trom Kay Duer. secretary.
R011 2: Pat Solomon. Helen Harper.
jim Henry. jim Peters. jim Clapp.
Dick Roberts. jim Clayton. Dan
Hook. Carol jones. and jeanette
Dierking. Rou' I: Barbra Embrey.
Peggy Funk. Kay Duer. janice Hatter.
Carolyn Bir. Sylvia Reschke. Peggy
Dunn. Donna Hardin. and jane
Forming the Wrangler are Ronnie Sparkman, john Sandlewick, jerry Kessinger,
jack Hunter, jim Emery, Gerry Lewis, Dan Mook. Tom Tush, Tom Goris, Larry Evans, Bob
Hilleary, Lee Buchanan. Bill Swift, jim Clayton, jim Henry. George Everbach. and Dick
"Another sale." says Hob Hilleary as he sells team
tags to Ronnie Quackenhush and Dennis Richardson.
Men of the Wrfrld
Since Mr. C. B. McLinn, former superintendent of schools,
founded the XWranglers Club, it has taken great pride in being
the oldest club in the school. It has developed into one of the
most worthwhile organizations for sophomore, junior, and senior
The club has grown since 1910, when it began, by being
recognized throughout the entire community with its various
lts main purpose, all these years, has been to promote public
speaking, debating, and discussions among high school students.
lt is quite an honor to be a member of this club. The boys
must have an average of "A" or in English and in social
science. They are then asked to try out for the club. The big
test comes when they must make a Eve to ten minute speech
on some form of social science. The club is limited to twenty-
tive male students.
If you happened to be down town on one of those cold,
wintry days you may have seen the boys as they collected money
for the annual March of Dimes drive in january. Their willing-
ness in giving their time was a Une example of their community
A good time was had by all when the Xwranglcrs joined
with the Speakers Club. February 16. and sponsored a
banquet. held at the Colonial Manor The XY'ranglers
were in charge of the program. Mr. Homer Peters, of
the New Albany Toastmasters Club. was their guest
speaker. He gave the speech that won him the annual
award of the Toastmasters.
The Toastmasters Club invited the boys to attend one
of its meetings in February. Two of the boys were asked
to give impromptu talks before the group. In addition
to having fun. they had experience in the art of giving
To support the basketball team and also to build up
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Larry Evans. john Sancllewick. Dan Nlook. jim Henry. Bob
Hilleary. and Gerry Lewis compose the XY'rangler basketball team.
Sect-nd semester XX'rangler ollicers are
Lee Buchanan. john Sandlewick jim
Clayton. and jim Henry.
their own treasury the club sold team tags to the students.
lfach spring the club holds its annual Vfrangler Cup K on-
test. This is an oratorical contest which is open to any
boy or girl at NAHS,
On February 18. the club gaye a pep session for the
enjoyment of the students. with the purpose of congratulat-
ing our SIAC championship team and wishing them luck
in our sectional. The boys were dressed in formals. wigs.
and clumsy boots. Representing the different schools in
the sectional, they held a beauty contest. with Miss New
Albany winning by a unanimous decision.
The club is proud to have a new sponsor this year.
He is Mr. Robert XX'illman.
Orlicers for the first semester are Dick Roberts. Lee Buchanan.
im llenry. Dan Nook. and Hill Swift.
Speaking af- - -
To promote public speaking, charitable work. and
social life among high school girls is the purpose of
ln order to be a member, one must attain an "A"
or average in English and have acceptable grades
in other subjects. A girl is then asked to try out for
membership by giving a hve to ten minute speech on
any subject of interest to her.
The initiation is held at the beginning of the year,
and refreshments are enjoyed at the end of the meeting.
Our students all remember the outstanding Speakers'
Christmas program, "The Littlest Angel." Sharon
Murphy portrayed the mischievous Littlest Angelg
Emolyne Hines, the Gate Keeperg Ardis Patterson, the
l Understanding Angelg and Dan Mook, the Voice of
if God. The narrators, Carol jones, Donna Hardin, and
'HW Umfcft ffff fhiS NUM' HFC Uvrmrlfl Chase, treasurer: Kay Duer, also gave the play for a church organization.
Carol jones president' Virginia Schroeder secretary' - -
' ' .. " " 'f h . l ' l.'db th eann
Sharon Murphy, student critic: and Peggy Funk, tice 'Ihr' Ot er hinge S mere p 'Ile y e r m I 1 g
president. Speakers. After the play, Santa Claus made his annual
Run' 5: Betty Baylor. Ellen Clayton. Helen Harper. Colleen Oakes. Sunnye Adams. Diana Ott. and Linda Paulsen.
Ron' 2: Connie Fendall. Ardis Patterson, Mary Ann Brown. Donna Hardin, Kay Duer, Phyllis Posley, and Judy
Graham. Ron' I: joelle Dempster. Harriett Gilley. Becky Minshall. Pat Abbott. jane Gilley. Judy Million. Frances
Gray, and Fmolyne Hines.
trip from the North Pole to see us and distributed
his humorous gifts to the students.
Also, during the Christmas season, the club dis-
tributed baskets of food and toys to needy people in
the community. It was a worthwhile project with
which all of the members helped.
On their long list of projects this year were their
Speakers' hats, given out in December. They were
green with a white "S" on the front of them. Each
girl was fined twenty-five cents if found not wearing
her hat on Thursday.
The Speaker-Wrangler banquet, held February 16
at the Colonial Manor, was, indeed, a dinner for all
present to remember. The Speakers were in charge of
the table decorations and enjoyed the program given
by the Wranglers.
The big event of the year was the Biennial Tea, held
at the school. All of the past members were invited
to take part in this reunion. The alumnae were enter-
tained with a program given by the present members,
after which refreshments were served.
Being organized in 1921, Speakers has long been
known as one of the outstanding clubs for high school
girls. lt is under the sponsorship of Miss Olleta Tyler.
Checking a Christmas box for a needy family are Kay Ducr
Deanna Chase, and Judy Graham.
Sharon Murphy tells her troubles to the Understanding Angel
Ardis Patterson. as attendants. Sunnye Adams and Mary Ann
Brown. look on in a scene from "The Littlest Angel."
Listening to the voice of God. the angels watch the littltst
of them all fall on his knees in praise.
Negative members David George and Tom Wohlfeld and
aflirmative Ronald Graver and Larry Faith get together with
the chairwoman of the debate. Phyllis Bocard.
The purposes of the Debate Club are to preserve the art of
argument and to further interest in public speaking, debate.
civic affairs, and parliamentary procedures.
The Debate Club meets every Thursday. During the meet-
ings members either hold a debate or discuss debating tech-
niques and procedures.
One of the topics discussed at the weekly meetings was the
national debate subject concerning trade restrictions between
the United States and friendly nations and problems arising
therefrom. Also, the various problems of teenagers are de-
Membership is opened to all students of any class interested
Officers of the club are Larry Faith, presidentg Mary Lou
Freeman. vice president. Mary jane McKim. secretaryg and
Bill Schuppert, treasurer.
The club was organized in October 1952. by Mr. Calvin
Knobeloch. Mr. Edmond Hennon is the present sponsor.
Debate Club officers taking a break
after a debate are Mary Lou Freeman.
Nice presidentg Larry Faith. president:
and Bill Schuppert. treasurer.
.sldllllillgf David George. Larry Faith. john Dyer. Ronnie Grayer.
Bill Schuppert. and jack XVhittinghill. .Seutnlr Steven Ballard. Mary
Lou Freeman. Mary jane Mcliim. and Phyllis llocard.
Razz' fx Iluid Striegel. Charles Lind, Donna Vest, Kenny Houghlin. and
E lfet Denny. Ron' I: Barbara Stromire. Shirley Albertson. Phyllis
Baton, Linda Coak. Patty Collins. and Larry Griesinger.
And What? your Opinian?
junior and senior students with at least a minor in social
studies are eligible to become members of Teen Age Forum. A
real interest in our government and world affairs is an important
This club was organized in October of 1955 and has become
one of the best known clubs in New Albany High School.
The purpose of Teen Age Forum is to promote a student
interest in current world affairs. This club is strictly a dis-
eussion group. On December 7, members recorded a panel dis-
cussion concerning the "Importance of a College Education to
Boys and Girls."
The members of the club were pleased and honored to have
Mr. Sachio Shimonagota, a japanese instructor, speak to them.
The othcers this school year were Shirley Albertson, presi-
dent: Donna Vest. vice presidentg Dave Striegel, secretary: and
Phyllis Bacon. treasurer.
Mr. Bradley Lorton is the sponsor.
Taking time out from their weekly aclixities
are Daxil Striegel. secretary Donna Vest. Nice
president: Shirley Albertson. president: and
Phyllis Bacon, treasurer.
Members of Teen Age Forum are busily discussing 'Th
Values of a College Education."
Eyes and Sars af the Wrfrld
The purposes of the Electronics Club are to show educa-
tional hlms to classes and to handle the public address
equipment at assemblies and outside programs. This club
also trains juniors in radio engineering.
The Electronics Club was organized in September uf
1949 by Mr. Vernon McKown and is the only club of its
kind in the Falls Cities that assists with CLlLlC1lI.0I'lfll Rims.
A sophomore who is a visual aids or radio operator is
eligible to become an active member of the Electronics
The duties of the sophomore include the operation of
sixteen millimeter slide and strip projectors and the show-
ing of films to classes.
The junior members of the club operate any of the
school equipment including the public address system,
tape and disc recorders, and the inter-communications
If the senior members obtain a third class federal Com-
munications Commission license, they are allowed to
engineer in the radio station.
Mr. Robert Willman and Mr. Vernon McKown are tae
sponsors of this worthwhile and outstanding organiza-
The officers this year are Larry McKown, president:
john Adams, vice presidentg and Larry liinzer, wno acts
as both secretary and treasurer.
Carl Smith and Paul Smith show a hearty look of approval
as Larry McKown chooses just the right film from the rack.
"Are you ready?" says john Holiman as he prepares to turn
the switch so that Terry' Phillips can make an announcement
over the inter-com sy stem.
john Stofel. jerry Plummer. Dale Farnsley. Charles Kriningwr.
and Bill Tischendorf prepare the sound projector for the showing
of an educational film to a class.
Checking the amplifying equipment is one of the many jobs
undertaken by these four members-Bill Call. Larry Kinzer.
Larry McCullough, and jack Kessler.
Silelmf Please - - -
XWNAS, the "Radio Voice of Education" in the New
Albany City Schools, is a member of the National As-
sociation of Educational Broadcasters.
It is operated entirely by twenty-five senior students.
functioning under the department of audio-visual instruc-
This year, the radio workshop made an hour long tape
recording which told the story of VUNAS. This tape was
sent to universities, colleges, and other high schools that
wished to know about New Albany's station or wanted to
start their own radio station.
The station broadcast all of the basketball games. in-
cluding the sectional games which were broadcast by the
On Monday nights, the workshop rebroadcasts all of the
Radio operation isn't confusing to these XVNAS engineers-
Paul Smith, Carl Smith. and Larry McKown.
Smmfliug: Sharon Murphy. Larry Tompkins. Tom
Goris. Ronald Craig. jim Henry. and Barbra
Embrey. ,Sz-rzted: Judy Graham. Betty Gilland.
Connie Volz. Peggy Dunn, and Mary Lou Breen.
live student produced programs of the week. VVNAS also
used spot announcements during the daily, special, and
The purposes of VUNAS are improvement of speech, im-
provement of instruction. and promotion of public rela-
XVNAS was the first low power student operated FM
station in public schools in the United States. Last year
the station increased to one thousand watts.
Under the supervision of Mr. Vernon McKown and Mr.
Robert Willman, the boys and girls of New Albany own
and operate the station.
XVNAS-FM can be heard from l2: 15 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
during the week.
SIamliug.' Dick Roberts. jacinta Clay. jim Clapp, Bill Braden, and
Dan Mook. Seated: Donna Hardin, Peggy Funk, Carol jones,
and Rosalind Brown,
Presenting - - -
The motto of the Thespians Club is, "Act well your part: there
all honors lie."
The original purpose of the club was to advance the standards of
the dramatic arts at the secondary school level. A more specihc
purpose is to provide experience and entertainment in the field of
dramatics for the members and student body.
The Thespian Club encourages students to attain a better mastery
of language, to develop poise and self control, and to appreciate
dramatics and literature.
The talented Thespians displayed their dramatic abilities in their
night performance of "Under the Gaslight." This play required a
lot of time and patienceg however, the Thespians were rewarded
by the response that they received. "Under the Gaslight," an old-
fashioned melodrama, is a very novel production and was enjoyed
T by everyone.
Thespians ollicers, Bill Braden, presidentg Bob Arm-
strong, vice presidentg Betty Gilland, secretaryg and
Among the many activities in which the Thespians participate
Mary Staser. treasurer. take time out from play re-
hearsal for a chat.
are panel discussions concerning dramatics.
Ron' 2: Sharon Box, Judy Hock, Carolyn Fleischer. Sherrill Colvin, Bill Braden. Bob Armstrong. Nancy
Rodgers, Catherine jo Ellis, and Diana Ott. Rau' I: Diana Stumler. Barbra Embrey, Betty Gilland. Phyllis
Becht, Beth Silliman. Susie Walker. Mary Staser. and Sue Shivel.
'lite-uri interested on-lookers during rehearsal are Bill Braden.
jantt Ierry. Brenda Breece, Bob Armstrong. Nancy Rodgers. Susie
XX'alker. Phyllis Becht. and Sherrill Colvin.
The club had a banquet April 20, at which time awards
were given for outstanding acting ahility and behind-the-scene
work. Also, the outstanding Thespian of the year was chosen.
in hlatitiary of 19-ii, the cluh was granted a charter to Troop
Oli of the National Thespian Society. At that time, the
this was composed of thirteen memhers under the direction
of Miss Lenore M. Cupp. Today the club is an energetic group
UI li under the guidance of Mr. Tom XY'eatherston. This year
is P-Ir. 'xY'eatherston's first year as sponsor.
.i try out is held in the fall of each year in order to choose
jtixiior and senior students who qualify for Thespians. Each
szulegzz is given careful consideration. One must have ten
'espigin points in order to become a member. These may he
quired hy participating in shows and plays. by selling a cer-
ttuxi numiuer of tickets to a production. or by seeing a major
'ifxe otiicers for Thespians this year were Bill Braden. presi-
dent: iioh firmstrong. vice president: Betty Gilland. secretary:
and Mary Sttiser. treasurer.
The xillain. Bill Braden. frightens Sharon Box.
the heroine. and Sue Shixel. her sister. in a scent-
from "l'nder The Gaslight."
It's a heart-stopping moment as Sharon Box tries to save
Sherrill Colvin from the on-coming train in it scene from the
Thespian play. "l'nder The Gaslight."
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The Junior Actors Club is an organization composed of
sophomore boys and girls who are interested in the theater
and the dramatic activities at NAHS.
It is also a goal of most members of the club to earn
enough points to become a member of the Thespian Club.
They may do this by working in any high school play or
local play production.
One of the first activities in which junior Actors took
part was the homecoming parade in the fall. They joined
with the other dramatic clubs in making a float. Two
masques, one portraying comedy and the other sorrow,
comprised the decorations for this float.
Another of the activities of this club was the produc-
tion of the comedy entitled, "Itchin' to Get Hitchedf' This
play was enjoyed by members of the freshman and sopho-
In the spring the junior Actors Club held a party at
which time it presented awards to deserving members of
the club. Awards were given for the best actor. the best
actress. and the most efficient boy and girl working back-
stage. Persons winning these awards were nominated and
selected by memebrs of the organization.
The club is sponsored by Mr. Tom W'eatherston.
Rau' 3: Kay Osman. Gay Shields. Dennis Preston. Gary Eppcr-
son. Larry Dalhoxer. Ronnie Cooper, june Wfoodward. and Donna
Krininger. Rau' 2: Nan Gibbs. jean Duer, Judy Eadens. Rose
Ashley. Peggy Gorman. Nita Thompson. Nancy McCullough and
Wanda Hurley. Ron' I: Bonnie lienne. Earlene Dizney. jane
liurile. Rosemary Hurst. Janice Calloway. Pat Bowerman. and
Ilaxid Grosheider. Ann Biggerstaff. Rebecca Miller. janet Father-
gill and Linda Osborne. junior Actor ofiicers. are shown inspect-
ing the lights.
"I knoxx its for me." yells Larry Dalhoxer. Daxid Grosheider.
Gary lfpperson. Ann Jackman. and Ann Biggerstaff as Becky Miller
answers the phone.
if rffludf in Sfardzfm
Any freshman boy or girl who has an interest in acting
or reading play
is qualified for
Since this club
working to reac
and to offer to
It is also a goal
will help tow
s and a desire to learn how to produce them
membership in the Freshman Dramatics Club.
was organized in l'Ji8 members have been
il their goals. which are to develop cooperation
all members opportunities for self-expression.
of some of the members to earn points which
'ard the requirements for membership in
This organization produced two plays during the past year.
A one act comedy entitled "'l'he Bride Xlfore Red Pajamas" was
presented two ti
mes for combined Fnglish classes. All members
of the club helped in some way to produce this play.
Also sponsored lw the Freshman Dramatics Club were two
successful candy sales which helped to Finance some of the
Mrs. Bettylee Marquis is the sponsor of this club.
Freshman Dramatics members practice
for their play which they gaye for the
freshmen and sophomores.
'QUIZ' 5: Steye Wfells. Paul Shallers. Frank Adams. jack Harvey. Bill
Ryall. Ronnie Hartman. Herby l'nClerhill. and Chet Michell. Ruiz' 2:
jams Moon. Carol Renn. Doris Vert. Nancy Herring. Sandy Potts. and
lo An n Urman.
Rau I: Linda Miller. Gloria Metcalf. Faye lxlerner.
Fynne Norris. Judy Xunemacher. El Niara Reynolds. and Phyllis Quinn,
The Freshman Dramatics ollicers are Stew XY'ells. sergeant
at-armsg Bill Ryall. secretary: Chet Michell. xice president
Paul Shallers. sergeant-at-arinsg Gloria Metcalf. president
and Frank Adams, treasurer.
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The Vista is our annual record written by and for the stu-
dents of New Albany High School.
The sixth period journalism staff, under the direction and
supervision of their sponsor, Mr. Edmond Hennon, make "The
Vista" their project for the year.
In july of 1954 Barbra Embrey and Don Scott, represented
New Albany's journalism department at the annual Indiana
journalism Institute. This affair is held on the Indiana Uni-
versity Campus, in Bloomington. The purpose of this two-week
conference is to gain information on yearbook planning. Don
won first place in amateur photography.
In October Barbra Embrey, editor, and Peggy Dunn, assistant
editor, went to Franklin College to attend the Indiana High
School Press Association Conference.
All write-ups, the mounting of pictures, organization, and
soliciting of advertising are done by the students.
In order to get all the high school activities of the year in
the book it was distributed in the mid-summer.
Checking the lay-out for the l955 Vista are Editor
Barbra Embrey and Assistant Editor Peggy Dunn.
Writing headlines for the activities section are Colleen Oakes, Kay Duer, Janice Owen. I.aNelle Brannon.
Evelyn W'hittinghill, and Mary Lieber.
The Blotter, the NAHS newspaper. is published by
junior and senior fourth period journalism students. The
paper, which is put out bi-weekly, consists of sports. fea-
tures, and the latest happenings around NAH5.
The paper is primed by the high school's own print
shop. lt is then sent to the journalism students to be
proofread. The hnished product is one of the finest school
newspapers in this part of the state.
A variety show was enjoyed by the students who pur-
chased the Blotter for the hrst semester. Held in October
during the home room period, the show featured NAHS
students in various acts. Those purchasing the Blotter
for the second semester were entitled to attend a girls'
basketball game held in the boys' gym, also during the
home room period in January. This game was played
by the members of the Girls Athletic Association.
The journalism classes sponsored the sale of basketball
and football programs at all the home games. These pro-
grams contained pictures of the team and the names and
numbers of both of the competing teams. This year, as in
The tops in news is glthered by this eompetent staff Marux
Wrege Pat Hublir jaele Wfhittinghill Barbara Bands Pat Gregg
-Iudx Thompson and Sunme -Xdams news editor
Mr. Edmond Hennon, advisorg Mr. Ed Duncan. student
teacherg and Pat Solomon, editor: check galley in the
schools print shop.
past years, the Blotter staff sold basketball booklets con-
taining information and pictures of the team.
To learn more about editing the school paper and to
view what other schools were doing, four members of the
Blotter staff journeyed to Franklin College to attend the
annual meeting of the Indiana High School Press Associa-
tion. The four students who made the trip were Sunnye
Adams, Catherine jo Ellis, Mary Asberry. assistant editor:
and Pat Solomon, editor.
Mr. Edmond Hennon supervises the publication of the
Its due tomorroxx sais Catherine o Ellis fe tture editor t
her stiff jomne Exans ohn Bob Hall im Adkmson and
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Mr. A. Fielder Myers, directorg Ben liwton. drum
maiorg and Mr. Ovid Chambers. assistant director, chat
before a band formation.
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Basketball fans thrilled to the special musical arrangements the
New Albany Band played during the season. The band. consisting
of I0-i members. is under the direction of A. Fielder Myers and Ovid
The activities of this year's band have been many and varied.
The members attended Band Day at Indiana University and the Band
Festival at Mitchell. They also participated in the State District Sole
and Ensemble Contest at Hanover College and attended the All State
Contest at Indianapolis. The band appeared at all local athletic
ln May the band presented its annual Spring Concert. The :on-
cert was dedicated in appreciation of the new bandroom in the Me-
chanic-Arts Building. For this occasion the band presented the
premiere performance of the first movement of a symphony which
was composed especially for the New Albany High School Band.
The symphony is called "Desert Discovery."
jo Ann jefferson
Ben liyy ton
Ronnie Gray er
jo Ann jefferson
joy ce jelferson
During the football season, the New Albany Marching
Band presented entertaining programs. It specialized in
intricate marching routines and dance steps. The March-
ing Band attended Indiana Day at the Kentucky State Fair.
A new drum major, Ben Ewton, was chosen for this year.
There are 86 members in the Marching Band.
The following band members were elected as oflicers for
the school year: jim Sinkhorn, presidentg Roger Ehalt, vice
presidentg Joyce jefferson, secretaryg Connie Fendall, treas-
urerg and Betty Hutchinson, librarian.
This "N" is one of the many formations performed by the
members of the band.
Going through its pacing routines on Buerk Field is the New
Albany High School Marching Band.
The school song is played by the band as the members form the
le! Uferv Kc' Mu ic!
The Music Hour Club was established in order that thc
students could listen to serious music and learn to eniov it.
This club was organized in 1950 and is now under the
leadership of Mr. llarrv Stout.
Officers for the first :emester of the vear were Chuck
Gall. prcsidentg Lloyd Koehler. vice president: Mary Ann
Branham. secretary: Teddy Breeding, treasurer: and David
The second semester otiicers were Ronald Foster. presi-
dentg Lloyd Koehler. vice president. Beth Silliman, secre-
tqxryg David Klassen. treasurerg and David Streckfus,
Among the classical works the Music Hour Club has
studied are Beethoyen's Fifth and Sixth Symphonies:
"March Slave," by Tschaikovskyg Brahms' Hungarian
Dances. and "Overture to Tannhauserf' by Vfagner.
Students must have .1 genuine interest in good music
d must also be willing to learn more about it in order
to qualify for membership in this club
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The ollicers of the Music Hour. gathering to further their
plans for club activities. are Chuck Gall. presidentg David
lilassen. sergeant-at-armsg Lloyd Koehler, vice president: Mary
Ann lirauham. secretaryg and Teddy Breeding. treasurer.
Rau' 5: David Klassen. Lloyd Koehler, jerry Meadows. Way'ne
Randolph. Donald Garland. jerry Myers. john Rush. Charles Gall.
and David Streckfus. Rau 2: Mary Peterson. Carolyn Moser. and
Judy XY'olfe. Run' I: Mary Ann Branham. Teddy Breeding.
Margaret Frazier. Sandra Smith. Sharon Box. Tamara Gresham.
Dorothy Grimes. and Loretta Smith.
Kll is quiet is mcmhtrs ot the Nlu it
Hour ruiuy one of their many record
Rau' 4: David Waltman. Russel Thomas. Floyd Sumner, Kenny Bently, john Stofel, jim Clayton. Don Adams. Ronnie Craig, Mickey
Neely. and Bob XY'ells. Rott' 3: Marilyn Brock, Sandra Utrecht, Polly Garrison, Nevin Martin, Louis Stein. Ralph Terrell. Sherrill
Colvin. Rodnev Pennell. and Vernon McClure. Rau' 2: Carol Sue Mcliinney, Nancy Colwell, Phyllis Posley. Margaret Ross. joyte
jefferson. Letha Pickerrell. Sally Hardy. Betty W'altman. Sylvia Resc'1ke. Norma Martin. and Carol jones. Ron' I' Mary Lou Freeman,
Mary jane lVlcKim. Norma Swallow, Gladys Payne. Shirley Gott. jeanette Dailey. Betty Baylor, Diana Stumler, jacinta Clay. jane Ryland.
and Connie Volz.
The New Albany Concert Choir is an excellent example
of an actual class of both enjoyment and learning. The
choir is composed of 82 sophomore, junior, and senior boys
and girls. Members are selected according to previous
musical experience and tryouts.
Members of the choir are given opportunities ro reach
high performance standards and become acquainted with
good music by many different composers. To develop
poise and conhdence in presenting good concert programs
is also a very high goal of the choir members.
At the first of the school year, officers were chosen to
preside at the choir rehearsals and programs. These
ofhcers were Don Adams. presidentg Sylvia Reschl-ze. sec-
retaryg Rodney Pennell, treasurerg and Sandra lftrecht.
Marcia Vfrege. jim Clayton, and Terry Turbeville.
sergeants-at-arms of the soprano. alto. tenor. and bass sec-
As well as having fun. the members also present to the
public many entertaining and inspirational programs.
During the Thanksgiving holidays, the choir presented a
very enlightening assembly for the students. "Thanks-
giving Proclamationn began the program, and such songs
as "Harvest Hymn," and "Gra':dma's Thanksgiving," ac-
cented an impressive service.
On December 16, the choir presented its annual Christ-
mas program with a variety of gay Christmas songs for
both young and old. The program was opened by "Over-
ture and Trepekf' from the Nutcracker Suite. Specialty
numbers included "XY'inter Xlfonderland " by the Flattops.
and "Santa's on His XY'ay." by the NAHS scxtgr, Thgfc
were also several dance specialties.
Following the Christmas program at school the choir
also presented a fevv of its selections over a Louisville radio
Ron' 4: Charles Lind. Chet Denny. XY'alter Prince. Ronnie Snook. W'ayne Randolph. jim Sinkhorn. Ray McCown. Paul Smith. and Bill
Schuppert. Rau' 3: jerry Meadows, Terry Turbeyille. Earl Bertrand. jerry Bigler. jesse Lamb, Cletus Baumann. Dayid Hendricks. Mary
Martin. and Betty Gilland. Rott' 2: Frances Gray. Connie Keith. Barbara Brewer. Judy Harmon. Carolyn Moser, janet Miller. Mary Lou
Gibson. Marcia XX'rege. Mary Staser. Virginia l'ppling. and I.incla Mcllaniels, Rnu' l: Connie Fendall. Donna Hardin. Mary Lou Breen.
Linda W'eber. Carolyn Fleischer. Anna Belle Turner. Nona Clark. Betty Xvright. Kathryn Lacey, jane Dickman. and Barbara Xwedding.
April li. the choir presented vocal selections in the high
school auditorium for a l,'N program. The program, open to
the public. featured Dr. Harry Howard. a CN specialist on Far
Eastern Affairs. lfsed at this program were the patriotic songs
in the choir's large repertoire.
The choir presents its music for yarious holidaysg howeyer.
its members also prepare general music to be presented at numer-
ous entertaining assemblies. One of these type programs was
presented in the fall at the -Ieffersonyille High School. and dur-
ing Christmas the members sang at a double assembly at the
junior High School.
In the latter part of April. the choir members yentured to
North Vernon. Indiana. to participate in the Valley Choral
Festiyal. New Albany was one of the seven schools that joined
in this song-fest. singing numbers learned by all participating
Obyiously. the members of the choir are yery talented. and
this fact was proyed eyen more when New Albany receiyed great
recognition at the music contest this year, Sixty-one yocal par-
ticipants. representing ensembles and solos. took part in the dis-
trict contest held at Hanoyer College. lfebruary 3. 'lihose num-
bers receiying lirst diyision ratings then yenturetl to Butler lfni-
yersity. lfebruary IU. for the state contest. .-'ts usual. New Albany
did exceptionally well at both contests.
Mr. Robert Carter directs the choir.
The Concert Choir pianists looking oyer their music
for the Spring Concert are Connie Volz and -lane
Ryland. working with Mr. Robert Carter. director.
A beautiful display is this Prom scene from Kampus lxapers
Singing, for the birds are this years Bel Canto
ollleers Betty Wfaltmin sergeant at arms Jane Ryland,
musie librnrian Pey.,g.,y Dunn publieity Donna Hardin
seeretary Sue Lefler trelsurer Mary Lou Breen presi
In 1978, .1 elub yy.1s organized .it INAHS to give girls
interested in singing an opportunity to use their talents in
presenting to the public top rate shoyys 'lhis elub yy lb
given the name Bel Canto, meaning beautiful singing
yy hieh eertamly represents the true meaning of this organi
muon 'Ioday the Bel Lanto Club is still known for its
beautiful smgmg md unique shoyy productions
Membership into this popular elub is open to any sopho
more, junior, or senior girl yy ho sueeessfully surynes the
lflX1Idll0Ildl tryouts Members are judved on their Ability
to read musie, general musieianship quality of yoiee, and
eooperatiyeness udges are eomposed of the club s spon
sor and its officers 'I hose passing qualifieations for mem
bership are indueted at a yery 1mpress1ye 1n1t1.1t1on yyhieh
is held at one of the member s homes heyy members then
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The Bel Canto Club takes pride in its annual produc-
tions. This year the club chose the college theme for its
show which was a hit, as usual. "Kampus Kapersf' a four-
act musical, was in authentic college style with such songs
as "Buckle Down Wfinsockief' "Varsity Drag," "Steam
Heat," "Betty Co-ed," "Halls of Ivy," "lt's a Big, Wide,
Wonderftil World," and many others fitting to the theme.
Many hours of strenuous practice went into this show's
production, but all of the members were rewarded when
the curtains opened March 51 and revealed an auditorium
with every seat filled. Mary Lou Breen was this year's
director and Barbara Brewer served as the assistant direc-
tor. Practically all of the selections used in this year's
show were special arrangements done by some of the mem-
bers, the director, or their sponsor.
Although the Bel Canto show is this club's main and
most widely known activity, the club also has a great
amount of activities both inside and outside our school.
At the annual Christmas program, the club has established
a tradition of caroling from the steps of the auditorium
while carrying lighted candles, giving a beautiful effect.
At the Armistice Day Program, the club always ends this
very solemn service with traditional taps. To heighten the
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All ready to "brush" in their "Brush L'p Your Shakespeare"
skit are the NAHS sextette - jacinta Clay. Mary Lou Breen, Sylvia
Reschke. Sue Lefier, Barbara Brewer. and Peggy Dunn.
Sara McKeny gives the needed sound effects to "Steam Heat" as
Barbara Morgan, Sandra Utrecht, jane Dickman, and Mary Jane
McKim chime in.
It's three cheers for Winsockie as cheerleaders. Sue Lefler. Marcia
NVrege, Sandra Utrecht. and jane Dickman. pep up the malt shop
Even teacher, Lerha Pickerrell. ioins in singing with students.
Peggy Dunn. Janette Dierking, Gladys Payne, Donna Hardin.
Connie Fendall, Marcia Wrege. Barbara Morgan. Becky Minshall.
and Nicki Negangard.
effect the members are all robed in white and sing from
the balcony of the auditorium.
The Bel Canto Club's -15 girls always look forward to
their yearly trip to Ft. Knox where they present their an-
nual show to our servicemen. In the afternoon they enter-
tain an appreciative audience at one of the hospitals and
then do a repeat performance at a service club that same
night. The girls not only sing, but also take along all of
their show properties which makes the production prac-
tically identical to the original show given here.
Their show is also presented to the men of the Veterans
" .... but I have only eyes for Betty Co-ed" sing this male Nl
sextette - Marcia XVrege, Mary Lou Gibson. Janice Owens. Nona
Anderson. Norma Martin, Carolyn Moser. Barbara Wedding. and
Mary Lou Freeman.
Ready to tap her may through college is Norma Swallow with
Carol jones. Mary Lou Breen. jacinta Clay. and Shirley Gott
giving her an eye of assurance.
Hospital in Louisville. Kentucky.
The club's activities are brought to an end by the annual
Bel Canto Dance to which everyone looks forward. This
formal dance is for all present and former Bel Canto mem-
bers and their guests. A top named band is always present
to furnish the music. The highlight of the dance is the
crowning of the queen who is chosen by popular vote from
hve candidates nominated by the club members. The
queen and her escort are then presented with a gift from
the club members.
The sponsor of this very popular club is Mr. Robert
The Bel Canto Club float was gaily decorated with two large
reds notes symbolizing their music ability.
Ron' 3: Rita Lee, Barbara jones, Shirley Hardin, Joyce Riley, Ruta Payne, Bob Ivey, and jerry Bigler. Ron' 2: Hazel Mclntosh. Janet
Frazier, Phyllis Kirkpatrick, Wilma Wallace, Mary Harless, Sue Kepley. and Bonnie jones. Ron 1: Linda johnson. Ima Kissling, Norma
Lee, Helen Stucky, Diana Schwindt, Raylauna Sams, joyce Ross, and Pat Harmeling.
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The Music Appreciation Club was organized to help the
students learn more about and appreciate better music. The
members study the backgrounds of the composers and the
stories behind the operas. They also increase the number
of records available for school use through the records they
get to study.
The club members held a candy sale on November 25
and a white elephant sale on january 14.
The Music Appreciation Club was organized in 1955.
The membership, which is limited to 35, is open to only
freshmen and sophomores.
Different ofiicers were elected for the two semesters. lfirst
semester ofhcers were Diana Schwindt, president: Rita Lee,
vice presidentg Phyllis Kirkpatrick, secretaryg and Bob Ivey,
treasurer. Officers for the second semester were Rita Lee,
president, Herman Bott, vice president, Norma Iee, sec-
retary, and Shirley Hardin, treasurer. Linda johnson and
Joyce Riley were sergeants-at-zxrms.
Members of this club studied the life of Stephen Collins
Foster while listening to many of his works. "America the
Beautiful" was one of the many familiar songs studied by
members of this very active club. Also, the life of john
Phillip Sousa was studied, along with some of the songs
The members listened to popular records. folk songs,
At Christmas time, they studied the "Nutcracker Suite,"
of which they had a tape recording.
Mrs. Laura Mellon sponsors this xery worthwhile club
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Rau' 2: Drurv Moore. Mae Stroud. David johnson, Pat Burgis, john Stumler, Maralyn Wcmlf. Kent Pruge. Catherine Sprinkle. john
XVyzard.andji1dy Stocksdale. Ron' I: Bill Smith. Barbara Little. Danny Hock, Charlotte Lasley. Bob Phillips. Ann Howard. Roger
XY'haley. Dorothy Andres. Bill Hottle. and Pat Parker.
Lee XY'eher of the Vfeher School of Dance for special lessons in
the fox-trot, rhumhu. waltz. jitterlwug, and mnmho.
To hetter organize their dancing on club days. group lenders
were chosen. Group lenders for the first semester were Nlilfillyfl
XVolf. Mile Stroud. kludy Stoclasdnle, -lohn Stumler Ronald Peay.
,and Herman Lodde.
Mgirulyn XY'olf. .Iudy Stocksllle. plofm Stumler. and Ronald Peiy
served us group lenders for the second semester.
ln the spring, the memlers held Ll dance ut xxhich they exhihited
t'ie steps they had learned rhroughout the yenr.
"Dancing can he strenuous," sup the group leaders
of the dance cluh as they take il rest. They ure
Nlurahn XY'olf. judy Stocksdule. john Stumler. and
It's time out for a rest as the Square Dance Club members settle into their respective places on the bleachers.
Couples of the Square Dance Club promenade
while waiting for the next call.
Swing rs in Smzw J-fats
lf you have a desire to have fun and are interested in learn-
ing the art of square dancing, the Square Dance Club is for
The club was organized in 1950 and now has Mrs. Dorothy
Motsinger and Mr. Richard Wztrdell as its sponsors. The club
meets every Tuesday and Thursday, during homeroom period,
in the boys gym.
The jeans and janes, the advanced group, meet on Tuesday,
the beginners group meets on Thursday. At these meetings,
the members learn to improve their square dancing and are
taught how to follow the different calls.
All of the members enjoyed the combined picnic, square
dance, and swimming party, held at Frog Pond lfarm in Sep-
In November, eight of the club members attended the
Chicago International Square Dance lfestival.
A treat for all members was the party at which their guest,
Sherlock Holmes, called the dances.
Scxeral of thc members xx cnt to the Kcntutln Square Dance
Icstixal at Frankfort in Max
Ron' ?.' john McLean, Bill Rvall. Nevin Martin. Gary Nlcliim. lack
Hunter, Ronnie Akers, and Dave Hisle. Ron' 2: jerry Very. Gene
M ddaugh. Steve VonAllmen. john Mathis, Arthur Endres, 5'1aro'1
Smith, and Pat VUhitely. Ron' 1: jo Hannah Hahn. Barbara little.
Bunky Blnford, judv Rasmussen, Wfinnie Wfolfe, Harriett Gillev. judv
Raney, and Libby Davis.
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The junior Classical League was organized in 1956 by the
American Classical League to encourage an interest in and an
appreciation for the ancient Roman and Greek civilizations.
It is also the purpose of the club to promote a better under-
standing of their contributions to government., law, literature,
language, and the arts.
The qualihcation for membership into JCL is to be a
student presently taking Latin or to have completed courses
Othcers for the hrst semester were Arthur Endrcs. consul:
Gene Middaugh. quzzestorg .Io Hannah Hahn. scrib,l1 and Stut-
Yongillmen, zzedile. il-1io:e ofhcers presidinf during tae second
semester were Bunky Biniord. consulg Bill Rytll. tgngzestotg
XVinnie XY'olfe. scribag and Steve VonAllmen. aedile.
The members of this club citjgagetl in many activities dar-
ing the past year. Fifteen new members were added to lili.
at initiations on january 249 and february l'. Utlter activ ities
enjoyed during the past ycar were the annual Run an Bre zkfast
and the Roman Holid ly. both in the spring. to which all Latin
classes were invited.
Mrs. Kathleen Fletcher the sponsor of this club.
These members of the club at-
tended the JCL State Convention at
Bloomington. in April.
Hunley Binford. consul, explains the program plans for
the year to Steve VonAllmen. aedileg Arthur Endres. eonsulg
Bill Ryall. quaestorg and W'innie XVolfe, scriba.
Rau' 5: Gerry Lewis. Herman Lodde. Eva White. Ray Mcliown, Judy Slayton. Bob Wells. Ruthanne Ehalt. and
Evan Evans. Rau' 2: Carolyn Bradford, Jim Clayton, Kay Longest, Bob Hilleary, Shirley Albertson, Sherrill
Colvin, jacinta Clay, Terry Turbeville, and Carolyn Harper. Rau' I: Ethelda LeBlanc, Carol Bedan. Barbara
Schneider, Ronnie Snook, Evelyn Hunter. Bob Mitchell, Marilou Saunders, and Don Adams.
Shirley Albertson. treasurer. points to the "Arch of
Triumph" as Terry Turbeville, vice presidentg jacinta - -
Clay. president: Sherrill Colvin, secretary: and jim Clay-
ton. sergeant-at-armsg discuss pictures on the bulletin
The purposes of the French Club are to promote interest
in the customs, language, and culture of France, and to give
opportunity for expression of French through plays, folksongs.
dances, and by celebrating French holidays.
The French Club presented its annual French Club Show on
March 16. The show was called "So This ls Paris." All
French students participated in the hit show.
The club's float for the Homecoming Parade. made to
resemble the Arch of Triumph, symbolized our triumphant
team and won first prize in the contest.
Ofhcers for the year were as follows: jacintzi Clay. presi-
dent: Terry Turbeville, vice presilentg Sherrill Colvin. secre-
taryg and Shirley Albertson. treasurer.
Membership for this club is open to the members of the
French classes or to anyone who has studied French in the
French festivals and holidays are celebrated in the French
Club in the same manner that they are in France. A part of
the club's activities is to serve refreshments and to dance the
proper folk dances of the different national celebrations
One of the holidays the club celebrated was the Twelfth
Night performance, "Feast of the Kings," on january 6.
The club has stated its objectives as follows: "By French
folk songs and dances we strive to improve our ability to
increase our knowledge of the country of France and its cus-
The French Club was reorganized at the school eleven years
ago by its present sponsor, Mrs. Irma Pritz.
Miss Pritz receives flowers from jacinta Clay and Ronnie
Snook after the annual French Show.
'Ihc chorus line was one of the many attractions of the annual
French Club show.
The beautifully decorated French
Club float was the first prize winner
in the Homecoming parade.
Rau' 2: Dick Middaugh, Ronnie Fndris. Don Kay. David Carroll, Jim Clapp, Jim Peters. jim Neafus. and Jack Mochel. Rau' l.' Donald
Dyer, joe Baxter, Stuart Sherfick, Larry Griesinger, john Peters, Randall Garriot, Charles Barker, and jack Bott.
The Science Club is an excellent example of an organiza-
tion formed to meet and have fun while learning a great
deal about a subject.
This club is open to any high school student possessing
a sincere interest in science.
The club has no specific ofhcers, but is led at various
times by co-chairmen.
As well as meeting and discussing scientific problems on
club days, this active club also gains practical experience
by traveling to manufacturing plants.
ln the spring of last year, members of the Science Club
ventured to Charlestown, Indiana, to visit the Indiana
Ordnance, a du Pont plant. The club was led on a guided
tour through this smokeless powder plant and saw powder
being made in its actual process.
The club also toured Appliance Park in Louisville. Ken-
tucky, operated by the General lflectric Company. There
members spent much time in the research laboratory chat-
ting with the workers.
To highlight this year's list of projects. members of
this club made a very educational trip. During the Easter
vacation, 22 boys boarded our Bulldog bus and headed for
Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Upon their arrival, they were
entertained by the students of the Oak Ridge High School
in the town's youth center. Some of their tours included
a tour of Oak Ridge by bus and a very interesting tour of
the American Museum of Atomic Energy. In this museum
the boys viewed a model of an atomic pile, a movie on the
atom, and a demonstration concerning radio isotopes being
used in medicine. The atomic plants at Oak Ridge were
another scientinc site that these boys viewed.
Although Oak Ridge was the club's destination, its mem-
bers also visited other places while returning home. One
of these places was Norris Dam near Norris, Tennessee.
The boys also visited Tennessee University at Knoxville.
Before returning home April 9. they made a stop at Fort
Harrod, Kentucky. which was the first white settlement
west of the Allegehenies.
lt can easily be seen that the members of the Science
Club are very active and are certainly gaining very worth-
while and actual experiences.
MF. L -5- Rose. SCiCI1C0 teacher. sponsors this outstanding
The Photography Club was originated to aid stu-
dents in taking better pictures and to provide a
means for students to learn photography.
One of the club's main projects this year was sell-
ing pictures of the football team.
The only necessary qualifications for membership
are an access to a camera and an interest in photog-
During the year the club was host to guests, and
qualified members of the organization gave talks on
various subjects. Mr. Horace Chase, local photog-
rapher, spoke at one of the weekly meetings.
The club sponsored several successful candy sales
throughout the school year.
The Photography Club was organized in 1944 and
remained active until the end of l9-ii. Mr. Delbert
Brown re-organized the club in 1948.
Oliicers are jim Clapp. presidentg Jerry Meadows,
vice presidentg Raymond Berry, secretaryg and janet
The club is sponsored by Mr. Edward Summers.
Run' 5: Bobby Xvheat. john Durrcll jim Robcrts jim Llapp Rumond Bern crrx lNltidoxxs Bill lloldcr
man. and Don Scott. Rau' 2: David George jcrold D hn jack llohinnon Duid Becker md Don lcktrt
Rm: I: john Peters. jackie Robinctta. Sharon 'lhompson Phyllis Pcttctt inet lcuthirf N mu Stcrn tmm
Bernardi. and Larry Richards.
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The Stamp Collectors Club was organized in 1951 by
Mr. Norman Smith, who is the present sponsor of the or-
The club was organized to further develop the interests
of the students who participate in stamp or coin collecting
as an individual hobby. The club attempts to promote and
gain the attention of more stamp and coin collectors in
order that it might be expanded and that new ideas might
Any boy or girl in high school who is interested in stamp
or coin collecting as a hobby may become a member of
During the club meetings, this group engages in a
variety of activities. Some of these include stamp and
coin auctions, trades, quizzes, and grab bags. Also, during
two club meetings, the members invited speakers from the
Southern Indiana Stamp Club. These visitors talked to
the club about various phases of stamp collecting. The
Stamp Club also sponsored a candy sale.
Deciding which com is most waluable is no job for Ralph Grax
Carl Connell jack Eichenbcrger Way ne Baldwin Gary Morlcn
and Daud Shallers
Those who preside oser mcmbers of the Stamp Club are Robert
McSpaddm treasurer Fddic IaDuke uct president jot Voylcs
prcsidcnt and Sharon Hunt secretary
Ronald Mengcs Bob Smith Donald Forrest and Gan Fentrtss
show signs of completing another section of their stamp book
A "lick-stick" process is being practiced by Roger jenkins. Kenny
Galleiker. Roger Bell. and john Magness.
The Art Club meets on both Tuesday and Thursday and has separate
ofiicers for the two days. The officers for the Tuesday meeting are Charles
Akers, president: Helen XX'right, vice presidentg Larry Dalhover. secretary:
and Robert Nolan, treasurer. The officers for the Thursday meeting are
Mike Gaddie. president: Carolyn XX'ood. vice presidentg jo Ann Dalhover,
secretary: and Bill Koch, treasurer.
This very active club has engaged in a number of activities during the
school year such as the annual Halloween party, the Valentine Dance, and
a spring picnic. Also. at Christmastime. the club members added a note of
gaiety to the school by their decorations in the halls and in the various
The Art Club was organized in 19-15 and is sponsored by Mrs. Virginia
The purposes of the Art Club are to serve the school and to give the
students an opportunity to meet with others who have similar interests and
The qualification for membership into this club is that one must have
at least one year of art with a "B" average.
The talents of the members of this club are evident in the fact that out
of ten Falls Cities Art Scholarships, given by the Art Center of Louisville,
Kentucky, three were awarded to NAHS Art Club members.
jo Ann Snook. Carolyn XVood. Bill Koch.
and Charles Akers dress the life-size Santa
which was in the center hall.
Gay Shields, Robert Roth. jerry Harrison. and Larry Dalhover
are busily working on window displays for the center hall.
Helen Wright. Rosalind Brown. Mike Gaddie. and
Lucille Ramsey are placing Christmas ornaments over
the lights to add cheer to the Christmas season.
Remaining students of the Art Club proudly dis-
play these portraits to be entered in National Scho-
- Gvunfry Gentlemen
The Future Farmers of America was organized nation-
, ,wx s. ally in l928g however, the local FFA chapter, which has
7 V progressed each year and has become one of the most
4 VZ':' VA"': ZS outstanding clubs in New Albany High School, was not
..A,, X A Ip A organized until 19-19.
'P X6 A During 195-i-1955, the local FFA chapter was named
f A X J Q the outstanding chapter in the state and one of the top
,W VV,,,A 4 lzfyv ' 'ei chapters in the country. It also had its first Hoosier
5 V' " 1 " Farmer Degree winners. They were Ralph Terrell,
' -' he Melvin Konkle, and Arthur Karnes.
1 The members of the club took part in ten radio pro-
grams on WGRC this year. They also participated in
the national FFA convention in Kansas City and the state
convention at Purdue University, where they took part
WA- 3: ' in the state land judging contest.
The Future Farmers' purposes are to develop char-
acter, train for useful citizenship, foster patriotism, and
create more interest in the intelligent choice of farming
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Nevil Cook, David Chastain, Melvin Konkle, john Hinton, and
Ralph Terrell inspect a gully caused by soil erosion.
There are 47 members in our local chapter at New
Albany High School.
The oflicers this year were Melvin Konkle, presidentg
Don Stiller, vice president, john Hinton, secretary, Nevil
Cook, treasurer, David Chastain, representative, and
Ralph Terrell, sentinel.
Mr. James Clouse, vocational agriculture instructor,
sponsored the Future Farmers this year.
Ron' 3: Mr. Clouse, Jerry Richie, Gene Dillard, Mike Zeller, Oliver Ross, Paul Parsons, Lewis Spalding, Paul
Dodge, Eulas XVhite, David Chastain, Bob Atkins, Abell Hayes, Charles Ex ans, Charles Singleton, james Clements,
and Nevil Cook. Ron' 2: Roger Stoner, L. C. Asher, Chester Brummett, Louis Goebel, Robert Yates, Lynn Ralston,
Frankie Sloan, David Breeding, Raymond Granger, John Hinton. jack Dohoney, Frankie Miller. Carl Evans, Phillip
VanXVinkle, and Melvin Konkle. Rou' 1: Lin Ruby, Charles Redden, Eddie Morlen, jerry Davissen. David White-
side, Larry Dodge, Charles Krininger, jim Parsons, Ralph Terrell, Ernest Purxis, jerry Bowling, and George Loyd.
Rau' 2: Sue Wolpert. Charlene Bays. Dorothy McPhetters. Margaret Morrison. Helen Hvwerton. Bcttx Hublar
Donna Arnold. and Joyce Proctor. Ruiz' I: Judy Seiler. Shirley Shuppert. Carol Hartman. Monita lurncr
Becky Branstetter. Iris XY'atson. Sarah St. Clair, joyce XVilson. and joan Mardis.
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Future Homemakers. a club for girls studying economics for
home welfare. was established to promote a growing appreciation
of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking and to further an
interest in home economics.
Organized in 19-55, its qualification for membership is enroll-
ment in home economics or completion of a semester of home
Problems which confront todays homemakers are discussed at
the regular meetings.
The club is proud to be a member of a state and national organi-
To begin the activities for the year. the club had a formal in-
itiation November 10.
On October 16. some of the members attended a Southeast Dis-
trict meeting, enjoyed by everyone. At this meeting, which was
held at New Albany. Pat Hublar was elected song leader.
In the spring the girls attended another Southeast District meet-
ing held at Greenwood, lndiana.
The FHA State Conxention was held on -Iune 10 and ll and was
attended by sexeral club members.
Future Homemakers is sponsored by Miss Martha Vfard.
Ron 2: Nancy Mardis. parliamentarian: Carolxn Bir
historian: Barbara Handy. president: Judy Peers sure
tary: and Doris White. song leader. Roz: I Wanda
Granger. editor: Mary Cook. treasurerg and Pat Hublar
Rau' 2: judy Riley, Karen Funk. Sherry Corbett. Imogene Campbell, joyce jefferson, Betty Hutchinson, Carolyn
Bir, Harry De Ark, Irvin Walker, and Mr. Oakes. Ron' 1: Sylvia Reschke, Peggy Dunn, Virginia Mueller,
Margaret Ross, Phyllis Becht, Barbra Embrey. Carolyn Lindsey. jewell Ford, and james jackson.
ymrniu ' lfmrners
The Future Teachers Club was organized in 195-i by Mr. Delbert
Brown to encourage its members to cultivate in themselves the per-
sonality and character needed for a successful teaching career.
The members of this organization are given the opportunity to do a
small amount of actual teaching. This year a Future Teachers Day
was established in the elementary schools when members were given a
chance to assist the teachers. Occasionally, they assist in our own high
school in freshman classes.
The only requisite for membership in the Future Teachers Ciub is
to be a senior boy or girl interested in teaching as a future vocation.
This year the club received its national charter which affiliates it
with the national FTA organization.
Activities for the year include observation trips to various state
colleges on high school day and the annual initiation. Members als:
helped man the March of Dimes tables during the polio drive.
This active club is sponsored by Mr. Marvin Oakes.
Margaret Ross. vice presidentg and Peggy Dunn. presi-
dent: show other oliicers, Betty Hutchinson, joyce
jefferson, judy Riley. Virginia Mueller, Irvin Walker,
and Sylvia Rt-schke, the charter which aliiliates this
club with the national organization.
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The liuture Nurses Club, under the leadership of Mrs. Anna
Samples. school nurse, was organized in 1931. Membership is
open to any junior or senior girl who is interested in a nursing
The purposes of this club are to interest high school students
in personal and community health, to encourage students to
consider the requirements and opportunities offered in a nursing
career, and to help students determine which phase of the nurs-
ing profession they wish to enter.
During the month of May. members of the Floyd County
Medical Society Auxiliary honored the graduate members of the
club with a tea.
This active club has toured quite a number of hospitals dur-
ing the year including Children's Hospital, St. Anthony's Hos-
pital, and Baptist Hospital. They also attended the open house
at Norton Infirmary.
The club had its annual Christmas party on December Zl.
On january ll, it helped man the March of Dimes tables.
Club pins were purchased by some of the members.
Members attempt to bring some cheer into the lives of the children
at the Children's Hospital.
Mary Ann Branham and Helen Hock demonstrate the tech-
niques of bandaging to Barbara Pettett and Barbara West.
County Canter Association
Ihc members of thc Iuture Nurses
art making., bandages for the Floyd
Ron' 2: Teddy Breeding, presidentg Lee Sherrell. advertis-
ing: and George Stuard. sergeant-at-arms. Ron' I: Phyllis
Rigsby, treasurerg Geraldine Caudill. vice presidentg and
Ann Miller, secretary.
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D. E. members eniov their an-
nual Employer-liniployee Banquet
at the Colonial Manor.
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The Distributive lfducation Club was organized in I9-18 and
is now under the sponsorship of Mr. M. L. Miltenberger.
This club was established for the purpose of developing
progressive. respected. and successful leadership in retailing.
The club also encourages the use of high ethical stitndnrds in
the business world.
The activities for the year included selling at the concession
stand at the Polio Benelit, selling pictures of the basketball team,
and having a candy sale in january.
Members of the club attended the State Convention of the
Distributive lfducation Club in February and also the National
Convention in April.
The club held its annual lfmployer-Employee Banquet at the
Colonial Manor on liebruary 1. The guests of honor were Mr.
Barder, Mrs. VC'illis. and Mr. Stalt. The speakers for the ban-
quet were Ann Miller, Lee Sherrell. and Geraldine Caudill. The
Master of Ceremonies was jim Adkinson.
Run' 2: Amy McAfee, Morton Blake. l. C. Bowman. Harold Bebee.
David Streckfus. jim Adkinson. Edith llollman. and Delores Grillin.
Rau' I: Christine Caudell. Donna Anderson, Sonna Briscoe. Richard
Flora. lIon Carpenter. Connie Sutton. Janice Lanksford. and Anna Owens.
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The .junior Red Cross. a very active group at NAHS. is
open to anyone who has an interest in the National Red Cross
and its activities.
One of the club's most appreciated tasks this year was the
making of scrapbooks for veterans. The members filled them
with cartoons. jokes. and clippings from various newspapers and
magazines and sent them to the Red Cross which will distribute
them as it sees tit.
During the Christmas season they filled stockings and gave
them to the underprivileged children of New Albany. Some of
these stockings were sent to the Crippled Childrens Hospital in
Miss Rice, a representative of the Red Cross, was one of the
many interesting speakers during the year. She spoke of the
wonderful work the Red Cross is doing and suggested many
worthwhile projects the junior Red Cross could undertake.
Mr. Richard W'ardell was the new sponsor for this year.
Ruiz' 5: Rita Lilly. Yvonne Combs. Barbara Doll. Donna McGuire.
Shelia Lelier, Sharon Smith, Beverly Smyth. and Ellen Clayton. Rau' 2:
Norma Patterson. Louita Brynt. jo Ann Conrad, Betty Crone, Donna
Pierce, Janice Lockhardt. Sue Lytle, and Donna Baker. Rau' 1: Mary
Ann McGee. Edna DeXY'eese. jean Conrad. Cathy Prince. Charleen Le-ist.
Norma XX'imp. Lucille Redden. Betty Stepro. and Carol Lewis.
These scattered articles soon made up beautiful scrap-
books when members of junior Red Cross began an annual
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would you hnd thc officers of
unior Red Cross Xantv Lucas
treasurer Ninu NlcCull0ugh sec
rctarv Bill Ptttrson vice prtsi
dcnt Harriett Cillcv president
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Ran' 3: Pat Knable, Barbara Anderson. Elizabeth Rose. Sunnye Adams, Betty Lester, Donna Lamb. Janet Harmel-
ing. and Yvonne Cook. Run' 2: Angela Wheeler. Carol Sue Oldom. Connie Keith. Pat Sullivan. Dot Million.
Barbara Rufing, Joanne Kirtley, Phyllis Keach. and Donna Weldon. Rou' I: Peggy Keilman. Sharon Kiper. Carol
Steproe. Pat Gregg. Mary Glover. Pat Rankin. Carol Scheler, Dorothy Grimes. and Tamara Gresham.
The oliicers of the Phi Delta. all smiles as they think of
future activities. are Carolyn Wright. secretaryg Juanita Miller.
chaplaing Sue Jerrell. historian: Freda McXY'illiams. sergeant-ab
arms: Joanne Magness. vice president: Janice Harter. treasurerg
and Shirley Zurschmiede, president.
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The purpose of Phi Delta Tri Hi Y is to create. maintain,
and extend throughout the home, school, and community.
high standards of Christian character.
This worthwhile club was organized in the fall of 1955.
The activities this year included an initiation service held
at the Colonial Manor, January 12, 1955. The club's installa-
tion of ofiicers also took place at this service.
One of the speakers for Phi Delta Tri Hi Y this year was
Miss Paris, Dean of Girls, vvbo was at one time an active
member of Tri Hi Y.
The members of Phi Delta Tri Hi Y served on the regis-
tration committee for the Tri Hi Y District Meeting which
was held at New Albany High School.
To raise the club's funds during the year, they sponsoregl
Ofhcers of the club this year are Shirley Zurschmiede.
presidentg Joanne Magness, vice presidentg Carolyn Xwright,
secretaryg Janice Harter. treasurer: Sue Jerrell. historian:
Freda McXY'illiams. sergeant-at-arms: and Juanita Miller.
Miss Mary J. Augenstein was sponsor of Phi Delta Tri
Hi Y this year.
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The purpose of Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y is to create, main-
tain. and extend throughout the home. school, and com-
munity. high standards of Christian living.
freshman and sophomore girls are qualified to become
rtiembers of this club.
The Alpha Beta Chapter of Tri Hi Y was organized in
1949. and it has progressed steadily into one of the most
active Tri Hi Y groups.
On December bi. the club held a formal initiation in the
auditorium at New Albany High School.
Their skating party at Pekin on March 16 was fun for
t'.e members and their guests.
The club, which has approximately -15 members, spon'
sorcd a salt water taffy sale this year.
One of several speakers for Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y was
Reverend Clifford Miller from Centenary Methodist
Church in New Albany.
The officers of the club were Barbara Morgan, president:
Roberta Roy, vice president: Carolyn Hogue. secretary:
Phyllis Thomas. treasurer: Shirley Davis, sergeant-at-arms:
judy Hazelton. historian: Connie Holton. chaplain: and
Alice Sloan, publicity.
Mr. G. R. Burchfield was the club sponsor.
Ron 4: Connie Holton. chaplain: Shirley Dayis. sergeant-at-arms:
and Barbara Morgan. president. Rau' 2: Alice Sloan. publicity:
judy Hazelton. historian: and Roberta Roy. vice president. Rnu'
lf Carolyn Hogue. secretary. and Phyllis Thomas. treasurer.
Rau 2: Lucy Anderson. Nancy Hancock. Sally Funk. Betty Ford.
l'at jenkins, Barbara Payton. Nona Bonebrake. and Brenda Hirth.
Rau I: janice Fulkerson. Darlene Brewer. Janice Martin. Bobby
Lou Lee. Nancy Thompson. Bonnie Llenbrook. Phyllis Quinn. Pat
Lioodcn. and Helen Hollis.
Ron 2: Sandy Potts. Charlene Fulks. Marilyn Bir. Yvonne Combs.
Dyle Roberson. Beatrice Cox. Sherry Doughten. judy' Potter. and
liwda Ciibsm Rau lx Betty Harmon. ovct Staton Marita Edclin
l"a::y 'lindle. Bertha Schafer. Sandy Redus. Ruthie Hamelmann.
lat 'AlciQampbell. and Lana Eye.
The social committee is making plans for a skating party which
yy as held in Pekin.
Alpha Tri Hi Y oHiccrs discussing the spring district
meeting are Deanna Chase, Virginia Schroeder, Betty
Hutchinson, jo Ann jolly, Kay Duer, Jane Gilley, and
jabs Wall Dam'
To build from girls of today, intelligent women of tomorrow, is
only one of the many purposes of the Alpha Tri Hi Y.
The club held its initiation at the Centenary Methodist Church on
january 20. Preceding the initiation a banquet was held for the
members at a local cafeteria.
At Christmas the girls went caroling at the Old Folks Home. With
them they took cookies and a Christmas tree to decorate while carol-
ing. Each year the old folks look forward to this event
One of their most worthwhile projects of the year was the spon-
soring of religious services, held in the auditorium, during the weeks
preceding Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Speaking at these
services were students from NAHS and guests from the community.
Each year Alpha Tri Hi Y gives a scholarship to the outstanding
girl of the club, determined by vote of the members of the group.
The sponsor of the Alpha Tri Hi Y is Mrs. Marsha Scott. Co-
sponsors are Miss Ruth Breautigam, Miss Kathryn Murray, and Miss
jesse Ruth Bobb.
Row 3: Polly Garrison, Lois Casey, Mary Asberry, Nancy Roberson, Donna Burd, Mary Lieber, Colleen Oakes,
Pat Wtmrden, Karen Funk, Donna McBride. and Shirley Owen. Ron' 2: Mary Peterson. Carolyn Wood, Linda
Roberson, Beverly Leuthart, janet Thomas, Mariam La Duke, Judy Graham, Mary Lou Voss, and Betty Nave. Ron'
1: Phyllis Dowell, Judy Turner, Sharon Murphy, Virginia Mueller, jo Ann Dalhover, Gloria Bohannon, Anita
Hudgin, Mary Martin, Betty Phelps, and Nancy Colwell.
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Lois Casey speaks at one of the Easter worship services
sponsored hy Alpha Tri Hi Y.
,Inner Al honms rheclts her cont as Linda Roberson.
N1.iry Nldrtin. and flolleen Onl-tes reach for her dime
w hith will support one ol many worthwhile proiects.
These industrious Alpha members make Carnation corsuges for
students of all schools participating in the sectional.
Seen at at typical 'liri lli Y meeting are these memlwers working
on one of their many school projeets,
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The Omega chapter of Tri Hi Y has been an active club
at NAHS since its organization in 19-18. This year was cer-
tainly not an exception as all of the members helped to carry
out the purposes of the club, which are to create, maintain, and
extend throughout the home, school and community, high stand-
ards of Christian character.
The qualifications for membership in this organization are
to be a freshman or sophomore girl with a "C" average and to
have a desire to uphold the platform of the club which is pure
thoughts, pure words, and pure actions.
The members of Omega Tri Hi Y engaged in many activities
during the past year.
Last fall they entered a float in the annual homecoming
parade. It was decorated with many various colored napkins
placed in chicken wire, so as to form the insignia of the club
on one side and a football beside a goal post on the other.
Members looking at the presents they received at the club's Christmas
party are: lSlunding7 Phyllis Davis. Ann Howard, Betty Mather, Maralyn
Wolf, Peggy Lewis, Delores Dorsey, Carol Hodge, Dorothy Lester.
Yvonne Morgan, Barbara Caesar. Shirley Schuppert, Peggy Zeller, and
Joanne Hanson. lSm1lez1'l Joyce Thomas, Anna Dyson, Mary Ann
McGee. Sharon Neidiffer, Darlene Bennett. judy Seiler, and jo Ann
Ron' S: Virginia Sinkhorn. Phyllis Silvers. Linda Douglas, Barbara Caesar, joyce Thomas. Betty Mather. Ann
Howard. and Yvonne Morgan. Rau' 2: Carol Hodge. Becky Fendley. Shirley Foster. janet Frazier. Shirley Schup-
pert. Judy Seiler. Phyllis Davis. jo Ann Thomas, and Wilda Cooper. Run' I: Anna Dyson. Darlene McCutcheon.
Peggy Zeller. Marilyn Gilliatt. Mary Ann McGee. Sharon Neidiffer, and Donna Flanagan.
On December l9, a Christmas Party was enjoyed by the
members of Omega Tri Hi Y at the home of Darlene Bennet.
lfach member brought gifts with which to hll a Christmas basket
for the club's needy family.
One of the fund-raising activities in which the club members
took part yy as operating the checkrooms at the basketball games.
They donated the proceeds from one night's business to the
March of Dimes. They also earned money by selling boxes of
sarious kinds of candy.
The annual Mother and Daughter banquet was held at the
Colonial Manor in the spring. The ofhcers who were elected
to serye during the ensuing year were installed. The outstand-
ing club member sxas chosen by Miss Muriel Rvall and Miss
btephenson. xx ho are sponsor and assistant sponsor, respectively.
of the club.
Officers of Omega Tri lli Y for the school year irc
janet Lasley. secretaryg Delores Dorsey, xice president
Nlaralyn XY'olf. president. Sue Kepley. sergeant at arms
Bonnie jones. historiang and Peggy Lewis. treasurer
Libby Davis. Judy Thomas, Virginia Pry, Sandra
Utrecht, and Judy McCaffrey served as the club's officers.
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The Zeta Chi chapter of Tri Hi Y was organized in Sep-
tember of 1935, for freshman and sophomore girls. It is a
This is one of the many Ti lli Y's affiliated with a nation-
wide fellowship of high school youth.
lt is a service club organized for the purposes of creating,
maintaining, and extending, throughout the home. school, and
community, high standards of Christian character.
In order to be a member of the chapter, the girls who
participate in the activities of the club must have a "C" aver-
age. The ofhcers must have a "B" average.
Pins were distributed on November 22, at an impressive
initiation for new members. It was held in the high school
As a part in the annual homecoming parade, members made
a large, white football decorated with red and black streamers.
Rau' 3: Sue Atkins, Peggy Klinger, Virginia Mason, Sara McKeny, Nicki Negangard, Ann Murphy, Ruth Wheat-
ly, Suzanne Lytle, Ruth Lamb, Sharon Dodge, june Barr, and Doris XVhite. Ron' 2: Carroll Mardis, Carol
Payton, Pat Boyd. Marjorie Brannon, Barbara Austin, Carol Sue Barrett. janet Payton. Sarah St. Clair, and Joyce
Wilson. Rau' 1: Kay Condra, Wanda Grangier, Doris Myler. Betty Reas. Sharon Wztggoner. Janice Moon,
Phyllis jensen. Nancy Lucas, JoAnn jefferson, Marilyn Reed,
and Ann Thompson.
This was placed on a truck with two girls acting as football
referees and four others dressed as football players.
For the convenience ol people coming to the games. the
girls maintained a checkroom during all the home basketball
games. From one of these checkrooms they gave the proceeds
to the communit"s annual March of Dimes drive. Aside
from this, the ' fave their time to work downtown at the olio
stands on january 21.
To make the Easter holidays happier for the men and
women at the Floyd County Infirmary. the members packaged
treats for them. Each package was gaily decorated and con-
tained Easter eggs and Easter candy.
So that they could raise money for charity and club projects,
the girls had pastry sales downtown and candy sales at the
The club enjoyed a guest speaker at one of its meetings in
the early spring. The speaker, who was Paul Clausen, as-
sistant pastor at the First Church of God, spoke on "Develop-
ing a Dependable Set of Values."
On March 17, the district Hi Y-Tri Hi Y meet was held
at our school. Many schools from District 12 attended this
meeting. Zeta Chi, along with Alpha, was in charge of the
This club is sponsored by Mrs. Merle XX'alker.
"Check your coat" was the cry of Mary Lieber. judy McCaffrey.
Virginia Pry. and joAnn jetferson. Fsidently Mr. Ralph Dayis. student
teacher. heeded their cry.
Zeta Chi Tri Hi Y members hold their formal initiation.
President Sandra l'tretht presides oser a weekly meeting of the
Zeta Chi Tri Hi Y as Virginia Pry proposes a motion.
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To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home,
school, and community, high standards of Christian char-
acter is the purpose of the Sigma Hi Y.
This active group, composed of junior and senior boys,
artici ated in man activities throu hour the school ear.
P Y Y
The members joined with the Senior Hi Y and held a
ban uet and formal initiation ceremonies at a local cafe-
teria. At this time the new members were presented with
Hi Y pins.
During the Christmas season they aided the New Albany
Lions Club in their charity program by selling Christmas
trees and other Christmas decorations.
This lively group of boys played host at the pep session
on February 4, before the Evansville Reitz game. They
had their own cheerleaders, cheering section, and basket-
This Hi Y club is one of the eight boys' clubs of this
school that participated in intramural basketball. These
games were held weekly in the NAHS gym.
This spring the members collaborated with the other
Tri Hi Y and Hi Y clubs of NAHS to hold a district
Tri Hi Y and Hi Y meeting here. Representatives from
sixty Southern Indiana clubs were invited to attend the
Mr. Floyd Henry is the club sponsor.
Bill Deuser and Ronnie Schad whoop it up for the Reitz
Panthers at a pep session given by Sigma Hi Y.
Rou' 3: Tom Sellmer, jerry Byers, jim Michell. Ronald Endris,
Ronnie Byers, and Bob Genung. Row 2: Eddie White, Ben
Phillips, Ronald Smith, Darrell Leach, Larry Leffler, and Raymond
Kochert. Row 1: Harry DeArk, Ronald Graver, Donald Kay,
and Larry Tompkins.
Rou' 3: Tom Sellmer, jerry Byers jim Michell, Ronald Endris.
Ronald Schad, and Richard Williamson. Rou' 2: Robert Gallo-
way, Arthur Endres, Nevin Martin. Ray McKown. and Bob Wells.
Rau' 1: Bill Wheeler. Kenny Wiseman. Bill Deuser. and Walter
sfdfldiilgf Ronnie Leach, sergeant-at-armsg Wayne Randolph,
chaplaing Guy Bell, treasurerg Terry Turbeville, secretary: and
john Bowen, vice president. Seattfd: Roger Ehalt. president.
Ron' 3: Buddy Kannapel. Tom Wohlfeld. Don Towns
Harrison. Bob liwton. Bob Hoback. Tom Harmon, Ray
jerry Very, john Pepper. Mike Wfalts, Carl Platt. Wfillia
it Hays, Iiennis Preston, Gary Dempster, joey Tucl-zer.
joan McLean. and Max Baylor. Rau' I: Donnie XY'eb:
jenkfns, joe Quinn. Omer Middleton. CliHf Deal, Don
Deeds with Willingness
The members of the junior Hi Y are composed of freshman
and sophomore boys who are interested in leading better lives
These boys volunteer their services after school to referee several
grade school sports. including football. basketball. and baseball
The junior Hi Y joined vvith the Sigma and Senior Hi Y's in
contributing the large Hi Y sign and roster boards in the gym-
The club also gave its assistance during the March of Dimes
Campaign at the beginning of the year by manning the contribution
tables in the downtown area.
As a fund raising project the club held several successful candy
sales throughout the school year.
This is the hrst year Mr. Charles Pratt has sponsored the club,
end. Tommy Sinex. Nelson Thomas. Pat Drewry. jerry
Young. Gary Fentress. and Eddie Hamilton. Run' 2:
r. Dale liarnsley. Bill Jenks, Charles jerrell. Denny
Cummins. jimmy Gadd. Barry Austin. and Barry james.
On the way to one of their meetings are presiding
otlicers of Freshman Hi-Y-Gene Middaugh. secretaryg
Bill Hutchinson. treasurer: Steven Von Allmen. vice
president: Gary Austin. sergeant-at-armsg and I.. B.
Bob Armstrong. Ronald Craig. and other members
put Hnishing touches on shakers to be sold at the sectional.
Keurers af flzph Sfaudards
The Senior Hi Y Club was established for the purposes of
creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the home,
school, and community high standards of Christian character.
The club participated in a number of activities during the
school year. lt sponsored a basketball mixer, sold basketball
and football decals, and helped with the Polio March of Dimes
at a basketball game. Also, the annual Hi Y Banquet was held
on January 17.
Dick Roberts was elected presidentg jerry Daily, vice presi-
dent, George Iiverbach, secretary, Ray Christiansen, treasurer,
Lee Buchanan, sergeant-at-arms: and Tom Goris, chaplain.
Each year at Graduation, the club sponsors an award to
be given to the outstanding Hi Y member.
Only junior and senior boys qualify for membership in this
The sponsor of the Senior Hi Y Club is Mr. Stan Sajko.
Rou' 3: Denzil Kost, jimmy Kaestner. Paul Schefer. jim Kloster. Ray-
mond Berry, john Sandlewick. Mickey Neely, john Bob Hall. Harold
Beebe. and jerry Keller. Rmz' 2: Kenneth Wcvlfe, Dan Carpenter.
Richard Frazier. Bill Bensing, Bill Braden. Bill Wells, james Grundy,
Bill Henry, Bill lnzer. and Charles Andres. Ron' 1: Daxid Creps.
Bob Armstrong, Louis Stein, Louis Cauneld. Larry Dougherty, Dennis
Richardson. Billy Elliott. Ronald Craig. Glen jackson, and Wesley'
D i c k Roberts. T o m Goris.
George Everbach. Ray Christian-
sen. and Lee Buchanan. othcers
for the year. are loafing. as usual.
Ron' 3: joyce Tackett. Betty Xwolfe. Judy Streckfus. Sarah Taylor, jo Ann Nishet. Ruth Payne. Joan Dlardis.
Mary Ann Garyin. Joyce Chafhn. Judy Eadens, and Deanna Ferguson. Rau' 2: Barbara Austin. Betty Crone.
Marilyn Bir, Phyllis Thomas. Mae Flanders. Betty Appleby. Nancy Herring, Lucy Horton. Patsy Atkins. and Susie
Fulkerson. Rau' I: Sue Shiyel, Judy Thomas. Earline Disney. Pat Bowerman. El Mara Reynolds, Linda Kieser,
Marlene Parker. Sue Faith, and Linda Hollis.
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The Girls Athletic Association is proud to be affiliated with a
state organization. Its purpose is to set high standards of sportsman-
ship for those who participate in girls' athletics.
In November, tive members and the club's sponsor. Miss Sue
Hughes, attended a GAA playday. This playday which was held in
Bloomington was attended by the twenty schools in District 0.
One of the main projects this year was to purchase sweat shirts
for every member who had been in the club a year.
To support the team and make money for the club the girls sold
pencils with the basketball schedule on them.
ln january some of the girls participated in a girls' basketball
game held in the boys' gym and sponsored by the Blotter. The
Yellow jackets triumphed oyer the Blue Hornets 22-20.
ln order to be initiated. the girls must earn 30 points. To earn
these she must participate in sports outside of school, Some of these
sports include basketball. bowling. skating. ping pong. and swim-
Officers of GAA. Lois Casey. yice president: Virginia
Schroeder. secretary: Maralyn XY'olf. treasurer: and
Karen lfunk. president. inspect athletic equipmentg and
from the expressions it seems things are in tip-top shape.
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Any high school student is eligible to join the Bowling
Cflub. The purposes of this club are to proxide healthful
recreation and to teach good sportsmanship.
One of the activities of this club is ll banquet in April to
which all of the members are invited. The members also bowl
each VC'ednesday after school between Szllil anti -4:00 at the
Pearl and Oak Bowling Alleys.
The ofhcers for the 1954-55 leagues were Ben lfwton. presi-
dent: Nevin Martin, vice president: Larry Faith, secretary.
and jamie Aebersold. treasurer.
The Bowling Club is under the sponsorship of Mr. VC'illiam
Vincent. The club was organized in I9-io.
Each year, there are trophies awarded to the members for
There are four teams this year consisting of 5 members each.
lt's a sure strike. and in good form. as Ben Ewton demon-
strates bowling techniques to on-looking members.
Rnu' 2: joe Mills. Larry Blackman. jim Hardin. Melxin Francis. Ben
liwton. David Streckfus. Larry Sherrod. and jerry Badger. Rau' 1:
Raymond Berry. David Becker. Ronnie Boes. Larry Badger. jamie
Aebersold. Ronnie Badger. Larry McCullough. and Larry Faith.
Oflicers of the Bowling Club.
Larry Faith. Ben Ewton. Nexin
Martin. and jamie Aebersold. take
time out before going to the Pearl
and Oak Bowling Alley.
Slaudiug: Richard Frazier, Donald Salmon, Larry Smith, Mourice Kaufer. Walter Stewart, George Deitsch,
Roy Hall, Jerrold Miles, Russell Ford, james Adams, Dwight Patterson, Bill Tischendorf, Mr. Francis, Bob
Brown, Richard Hilton, and Frank Kaufer, Setned: Martha Coffman, XX'arren Anderson. Paul McCauley, Walter
Worthington, Tom Van Cader, Charles Barker, jerry Staton, Dave Flanigan, Owen Tucker, Francis Baird, Gene
Sommerville, and Reid McGee.
Members of the Rifie Club discussing a coming meet
are Warren Anderson. XValter Stewart, Russell Ford,
Richard Hilton. and Richard Frazier.
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Learning fair play, sportsmanship and knowing how to shoot
safely are the rewards of being a member of the Rifie Club. To
gain this knowledge, the member attends basic training classes,
Tuesday of each week.
This worthy organization was started in September of 1943 and
has been ro rressin f steadil f for eleven 'earsg however, this school
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'ear is the first ear the Athletic De artment of the school has
included the rifle team in its sports program. A system of awards,
similar to other school sports awards, has been set up for the team.
Each year the outstanding Rifle Club members are sent to the
Sectional Shooting Match. This yer's Sectional Shooting Match
was held on April 25, 1955. New Albany's rifie team has made quite
a showing at the match each year it has attended.
Sponsors of the Rifle Club are Mr. Harley Francis and Mr. Louis
Tlie Tvmbling Club xxgs orgyinifed to zzssist in the deve'opment
of proper coordfniitiirn of mind .xntl bttdy in order that its members
:night perform leits or .igzlity .intl strength.
Tlie club performed .tt the New Albany public schools' annual
pfiys'c::l e.lt:c.xtfon projgrain. v.f1ic'1 was held in the spring at the S,
lfllen .Tones School. During the months of lfebrunry. Mly. and De-
cember the group vv.1s featurel .pt several city civic clubs. Members
i's le 'ttlt'c llst rl 'h l retlsh s
:ro tt :lions r11 et f. 'ir sri fs it seve ,x sc oo vu i V . ovvs.
The club censfsis ol' boys in .zll liour grades of NAHS. They
qualify by tryouts with eliminations.
They meet each Tuesday during the home room period in the
girls' gym to practice various leurs .ind formations.
Club officers for the past year vvere jerry Roche. president: Gerald
Bertrand, vice president: Bill Deuser, secretary: and Bruce Perkins,
treasurer This is no "heads-up" organization as proved by
' the members during a practice session
Mr. Floyd Henry. who organized the club 10 years ago, is the
sponsor at present.
Run J: Char-les Backhernrs. Henry Dowell. Michael Potter. Bill Deuser. Bruce Perl-tins. Gerald Roche larl
Bertrand. Druid johnson. Izdward Blust. and james johnson. Rau' I: David Ramsey, Donald Shutters Iarrv
Quinn. Butch -lerrell. Gerald Schuppert. Bob Reed. Charles Hollis. and Phil Banet.
The Senior Boosters Club, organized in l9,i9 by Miss Alma
lfischer. is one of the most actiye clubs in NAHS. lts main
purposes are encouraging good sportsmanship. boosting all
school activities, and increasing school loyalty.
The Boosters sponsored a song and yell contest in the latter
part of the basketball season. The contest, which was open
to anyone in high school. was won by Alice Shields and john
Sandlewick. As a prize, they were each awarded a sectional
The Boosters formed the traditional block "N" at all the
seasonal and tournament games and sat together as a group
during the football games.
This was the first year for the flash card section. One of the
most impressive dramatizations was the portrayal of the life of
Abraham Lincoln at the basketball game on the night pre-
ceding his birthday.
One of the most anticipated events of the year is the Senior
Booster annual picnic held in the spring for all lettermen on
all athletic teams.
The club is under the sponsorship of Miss Alma Fischer
and Mr. Mike Hoffman.
"Make a point. make a point. add another pointi' is one of the
yells with which the Boosters Club form the card section,
Members of the Senior Boosters Club form their noted
block "N" during the Sectional Basketball Tourney.
'lhc Boosters Club forms a 77 at
thc first basketball game in 1977 to
welcome in the new year
Since l948 when junior Boosters was organized, this club
has been an enthusiastic supporter of the junior Varsity
teams. The purposes of the organization are to promote
better sportsmanship among all students at athletic events
and to boost all school activities.
junior Boosters is one of the largest clubs in the school,
composed of 148 ardent fans of the jV teams. Each year
from their membership JV cheerleaders are chosen who
back our team at all home games.
ln the fall junior Boosters entered a very interesting
float in the annual homecoming parade. Evidently, the
judges thought so too, for it received second place in the
contest. Bulldogs, painted on heavy cardboard by Nancy
Hancock, comprised the decorations for the prize-winning
float. The Bulldog paints were then placed in the gym
where everyone can admire them.
Officers for the club include Pat Whiteley, presidentg
Sandy Fultineer, vice presidentg janet Lasley, secretaryg
and Barbara Binford, treasurer.
The club is under the sponsorships of Miss Kathryn
Ellis and Mr. Mark Perrin.
The qualification for membership into junior Boosters
is to be a freshman or sophomore girl with a sincere desire
to uphold the purposes of the organization.
junior Boosters have been busy during the past year.
Besides contributing a lot of noise from the freshman and
sophomore side of the gym at pep sessions, they helped
Senior Boosters form their "N" at all the games.
Another activity which was sponsored by this club was
the JV Hop, held February 18, in the high school gym after
the last basketball game. This occasion was highlighted by
the crowning of the junior Varsity Basketball Queen.
Marilyn Hudgin was crowned queen by Mr. Henry. Her
escort was David Chastain, captain of the junior Varsity
team. Those in the queen's court and their escorts were
Sandy Fultineer, Bill Henryg jo Hannah Hahn, Larry Leeg
Pat McCampbell, jim Emeryg and Saundra Drabing, Bill
The junior Boosters assemble early to make their "j B" and cheer the junior Varsity Team to victory.
Members of junior Hoosiers' executive committee are f.S'luruli11gI
-Virginia Sinkhorn, judy Potter. Becky Miller. Lucy Anderson,
and Pat XVhitele5. Mcuziezfl-jtltly Raney. Barbara Binford,
Ronnie Sparkman leads the Bunny Hop at the Junior Sandy Fultineer. janet Lasley. and Vera Seipel.
Boosters' Sock Hop.
Nlarilxn Hudgin vas crowned V C ueen at the lunior Boosters'
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The linemen put in some hard practice on the blocking sled in the first week of practice.
The 1954 New Albany football team ended the season
undefeated and untied for the frrst time in the school's
history. Coach Forrest McCaFfry's Bulldogs won the SIAC
football championship for the first time in 19 years, with
decisive wins over Bloomington, Vincennes, and Evans-
ville's Reitz, Central, and Bosse.
The Bulldogs opened the 1954 season by defeating the
potent Valley Vikings of Louisville, 19-12, showing very
good form for an opening game. Dick Roberts, playing
his first game of football, scored two touchdowns to lead
the red and black.
The Dogs took to the road for their next game, which
was against the Bloomington Panthers. After a poorly
played first half, the Bulldogs broke loose in the second
half to clinch the victory. The injured Chet Denny gave
the team a needed spark, and jim Henry and jerry Daily
passed to Bill Swift and jim Clayton to break the game
wide-open for a 20-0 win.
The following week the Macmen were hosts to their
arch-rivals, the powerful St. Xavier Tigers of Louisville.
ln a rough, bruising, hard-fought game the Bulldogs rolled
over the Tigers in the first half and led l-1-0. Then, in
A victory cheer is given by A. J. Harvey. Ronnie Leach, and Ronnie Sparkman in the shower room following the
the second half the New Albany offense was restrained.
and St. Xavier began to gain repeatedly. The Bulldog line
then put on one of the most courageous goal-line stands
ever witnessed at Buerk Field, as they held St. X time and
time again. Don Schnell's conversion gave the Bulldog'-5
a hard-earned lei-15 win.
For the second straight week the strong Bulldog line
saved the game, as it held Shortridge of Indianapolis on tire
one-foot line several times. The team, heavily penalized.
had to fight from behind to conquer the Blue Devils l-l-'.
jim Henry, veteran quarterback, intercepted a pass in the
fourth quarter, and a few plays later. scored the winning:
touchdown on an option play.
The Canines then knocked off the highly-touted Reity
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her husband to celebrate.
BILL SVVIFT DICK ROBERTS JIM CLAYTON
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fought game. The Bulldog backs, Bowen, Denny, and
Roberts. led the team to a well-earned victory.
The following week, in the annual homecoming game,
every man was determined to make up for the mediocre
homecoming game the previous year. The team did just
that, as it downed the outmanned Shawnee Indians 38-U.
Denny and Henry scored twice each and Bowen and
Solomon once each in the team's eighth straight win.
In the final game of the season, the New Albany Bull-
dogs proved their teeth were sharper than those of the
Bosse Bulldogs. They won a 15-0 game over the Evans-
ville team for the honored distinction of being unbeaten
-field running that made him an outstanding halfback.
and untied. Bill Swift, Jim Henry, and Ronnie Leach
sparked the team in the final game. Swift and Henry each
recovered fumbles that hurt Bosse heavily, and Leach
scooped up a loose ball and ran 68 yards for the game-
The All-Star teams gave added honor to NAHS. The
United Press named Ronnie Leach to the first team: A. 51.
Harvey, second team: Bill Swift and Chet Denny. third
team: and Dick Roberts, honorable mention. The Associ-
ated Press named Ronnie Leach and Ronnie Sparkman to
its team of 53 players. The Conference All-Star team
found Chet Denny and Ronnie Leach gaining first string
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The team gives Coaches McCaffry and Perrin the traditional dousing in the shower following the Bossc game.
Student Managers Larry Fisher. Charleb Powell. and john Stofel rcmoxe equip
ment for the falls first practice.
honorsg Ronnie Sparkman and jim Henry. second team,
and .lim Clayton and Bill Swift, third team.
Ronnie Leach gained the distinction of being named on Y '
every first-string All-Star team in the state. This outstand- ' N '
ing tackle was named on the second string All-American -
team, selected by the Vfigwam XY'isemen of America. This
was the first time that a New Albany athlete had gained
McCaffry's crew climbed steadily in the Associated and
United Press ratings, and were rated 2nd in the state in
the final poll.
The 1955 Football team is history now, but they will
he remembered for years to come as the greatest ever to
wear the red and black.
Rau' 4: Steve Yarbrough, Larry Evans, Shelby Humphrey, Andy Hall. Guy Bell. Floyd Stroud. Bill Hutchinson. jim Henry, Don Schnell
and Dennis Richardson. Rau' 5: Charles Roberson, Kenneth Bentley, jim Clayton, Bill Payne, jim Clapp. Dick Roberts, Bill Swift
Bob Maier. Bill Farris, and Chet Denny. Rau' 2: John Bowen, jim Dougherty, Darrell Leach. A. j. Harvey. Ronnie Leach, Glen jackson
Melvin Francis. Dan Mook, Gary Austin, and Larry Gullet. Rou' I: joe Carrol, Larry Mcliown, Dave Striegel, Bill Ryall, Terry Byrd
Ronnie Sparkman. Carl johnson, Jerry Daily, and Billy Henry
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jim Henry's neck takes a beating as he is forced out of bounds after intercepting a Bosse pass.
,, St. Xavier 13
Indianapolis Shortridge 7
Evansville Reitz 15
Evansville Central 6
, Shawnee 0
Evansville Bosse 0
Ir. Alex Thom glows with pride as he showa the SIAC football trophy to Hill Farris and Dan Mook.
,lim Clayton. Charlus Rohcraon. and jerry Solomon carry Coach Nldfaffry on their shoulders following
the Bone game. flanked on the right by a downcaat Bgm: playur.
Rau' 4: Troy Will, Gerry Lewis, Don Akers, Don Schrieber, Skippy Dickerson, Carl Evans, Roger Moody, Astor Whitheld, David
Ramsey, and J. D. Rexroat. Ron' 3: Coach Mike Hoffman, David Hzsle, -Ion Mathes, Able Hays, Bill Burd, Larry Quinn, Tom Hendrickson,
Fred Donald, Julius Ward, jim Hardin, Glenn Motsinger, Tim Payne, and Coach Stanley Saiko. Rau' 2: Tom Sinex, Dan Seger, jack
Harvey, Bill Ryall, Don Richert, Bill Hayes, George Lloyd, Stewart Harmon. and john Pepper. Rau' I: Tom Habermel, Gary McKim,
Omer Middleton, Ronald Hartman. Chet Michell, Gerald Harrison, Elwood Snider, and Shelby Humphrey.
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The junior Varsity Football team finished the season
with no victories and five losses, but its success and prog-
ress can not be measured in terms of games won and lost.
The .IV's played with determination at all times against
heavier and more experienced opposition.
The team, comprised mostly of freshmen and a few
sophomores, should greatly benefit the varsity squad next
season. Bill Ryall and David Ramsey should round into
top-notch backs, judging from their showing in the games.
The varsity line should also benefit greatly by the addition
of Stewart Harmon, Don Richert, jack Harvey, and Don
Schrieber from the Pups.
ln the opening game, the inexperienced Pups were edged
out by Valley, 6-0, in the rain. The second game wfth
Flaget was nip-and-tuck for three quarters, but Hiilly
Flaget broke loose to win, 8-0. The Pups were determinegl
to break into the win column against the tough St. Xavier
team. They battled the Tigers on even terms most of
the game, but St. Xavier grabbed up a loose ball in the
closing minutes for a 6-0 win.
New Albany scored its first touchdown of the season in
the first quarter of the Central of Louisville game, but lost
by 21-7. In the final game of the season, the Pups were
handed their worst defeat by Shawnee, -42-0.
This year's team was coached by Mr. Sgijko and Mr.
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IWARY Lou GIBSON
CATHERINE jo ELLIS
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Coaches Henry and Givens are showing the opposition's offensive pattern to Don Tucker. Bill Henry, Charles Seitz. jim Henry. George
Everbach. Bill Swift, Bruce Speedy, jerry Harrison, Bob Maier, jerry Solomon, Harold johnson. and Eddie Owens.
The 195-1-55 basketball team was one of the greatest
teams ever to represent our school. It was the highest
scoring team in the school's history and set numerous
records along the tourney line. This was one of the hardest
fighting groups ever to wear the red and black on the
The team won the SIAC with a record of 9-1. and ad-
vanced to the state hnals for the third time in five years.
The Bulldogs downed the Clorydon Panthers 7-i-5l in the
season opener, but failed to look impressive in doing so.
ln the next game at Bedford the Bulldogs had to stage a
terrific comeback to win. They beat the Stonecutters 50--ill
after being behind 22 points at one time. XX'hen they
entertained Martinsville. the Canines showed they could
play a slow type ball game as well as fast-break, and sent
the Artesians home with a 68-si loss.
The Dogs traveled to Anderson and came out of the
slump to subdue the Indians 6"-55. The Givensmen theu
literally burned up the nets at Vincennes. and came home
with a 79-71 victory.
The Bulldogs dulled the Hatchets of XY'ashington at
home the next night with a 72-5-f win. Givens' crew then
journeyed to Lafayette's Invitational Tournament. They
beat the host Broncos 65-62 in a close game to gain the
final with -Iasper, which had eliminated Hammond. The
next night the Jasper XY'ildcats handed them their first
loss of the season. in a thrilling 68-67 game.
At lfvansville. the Bulldogs proved their teeth were
sharper than those of the Bosse Bulldogs and were victori-
ous 'Z-64. The Male Purples were handed one of their
worst defeats in history by our team. Coach Givens'
strategy, coupled with stellar playing, sent them back across
the river with a lil-'5 defeat. New Albany then almost
lost hope for a conference championship in a torrid game
at livansville Memorial. After coming from behind. the
Canines edged the Pocket City team, 6'-64.
The following week. the Seymour Owls handed them
their second defeat of the year. In a see-saw battle of two
good teams. Seymour came out on top. 80-". The next
night the Dogs returned home and thumped the Madison
Clubs, 89-57. At Tell City, the Dogs broke in the Marks-
men's gym in high fashion by handing them a severe 90-38
In their inaugural meeting with Indianapolis Manual,
they beat the Capital City team, 89-61. Then the jasper
Wildcats handed the Givensmen their worst setback of the
season, 74-58. The following week the Reitz Panthers
staged a terrific comeback but succumbed by 62-60.
The following night at Indianapolis Howe, the Dogs
bested the Hornets in a close tussel, 80-75. Evansville Cen-
tral fell next to the Bulldogs, and fur flew as they beat the
Golden Bears, 79-73. Next, the conference crown was
captured as Bloomington fell by 82-66.
The Dogs breezed through the sectional in record-
breaking style. By defeating Georgetown 115-52, New
Salisbury 68-49 and Morgan Township 87-57, they set
many new records. The confident Bulldogs took the re-
gional in their stride the next week. By defeating Silver
Creek 77-66 and Paoli 88-60, they again set many new
records. As the string of record-breaking victories con-
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tinued, they downed Switz City 84-41 and Vincennes 86-58.
The State Finals found four of the State's best teams as-
sembled in the Butler Fieldhouse. The Crispus Attucks
Tigers of Indianapolis stopped the Bulldogs' bid for the
title by 79-67, and went on to win over Gary Roosevelt.
jim Henry was named as the recipient of the coveted
Trester Award, given for all-around sportsmanship and
scholarship. Jim Henry and Harold johnson were named
first team on the Conference All-Star Team. Charles Seitz
received honorable mention. Henry was also named on
the All-Finals team and played in the Indiana-Kentucky
All-Star game. He was also nominated for the North-South
All-Star game at Murray, Kentucky.
The Courier-journal All-Star Team named jim Henry
on the first team and Harold johnson and Charles Seitz
on the eighth team. Charles Seitz won the annual free
Another season has gone into the record books. The
Bulldogs of 1955 are history now, but their record and
achievements will be remembered for many years to come.
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The New Albany junior Varsity basketball team,
coached by Floyd Henry, ended the season with a very
impressive record. The team won 12 games while only
The Pups opened the season with a victory over Corydon,
32-30. Then Bedford barely edged them out, 35-32.
Martinsville went down by 44-52, but Anderson handed
them their worst loss of the season, 40-24, in the next
Washington was an easy foe and fell by 50-26. The
Henrymen ran up their highest score of the season in de-
feating Male 65-41. '
Seymour and Madison could not cope with the Pups'
heighth and fell by 45-28 and 60-56, respectively. A bal-
anced attack gave the Pups a 44-27 win over Tell City. ln
their first meeting with Manual of Indianapolis, they beat
the upstate team, 47-51.
jasper provided a close game, and New Albany, although
behind, emerged victorious, 44-41. Reitz floored a good
team but went home with a 51-45 defeat.
The Pups ended the seison with victories over Indian-
apolis Howe, 51-40, and Evansville Central 55-40. Coach
Henry had a very tall team with tremenglaus rebounding
power. The spirit was good among the well-rounded team,
which fought back from behind on many occasions.
The success of the -IV's should be some indication of
good coaching and determination.
Rau' 2: jim Scott, jerry Kessinger, Tom Harmon, Eulas White, Bill Hutchinson, David Grosheider, and Charles Andres. manager.
Rau' I: jim Emery, Weldon Mitchell, Kenneth Bentley, jerry Harrison, Bill Henry, and jack Hunter.
Rau' 2: Pat Drewry, john Stumler. Tim Payne. Frank Adams. Bill Ryall. Bob Carter, Paul Parsons. Don Townsend, and Mr. Pratt. Rn:
l: Randy Striegel. jerry Very. Denny jenkins. Chet Michell. Ed I.aDuke, Larry Quinn, Larry Lee, and Tom Hahermel.
The 1955 Freshman Basketball Team ended the season
with a record of eight victories and six defeats.
The lfrosh got off to a had start hy losing to Corydon
29 to 16 but hounced hack to edge Salem 53 to 32. They
then defegtted the Central junior Varsity 42 to 55 and Holy
Trinity 58 to 55.
The lireshmen scored an easy victory over I:l.tget's little
Braves to run their winning streak to four.
After losing the second time in the season to fforydon.
42 to -il. New Albany dumped St. X. 51 to 29 and
Providence 55 to 52 in hard fought contests.
The team suffered its worst defeat of the season at the
hands of Huntingburg in the hrst game of the SIAC fresh-
man tournament 55 to 52.
The Pups then downed Salem for the second time this
season Sl to I9 before losing to St. X. 53 to 59.
They then lost tyvo close games to Providence 5+ to
52 and Central 50 to ii. teams they had heaten previously.
'l he freshmen ended the season rolling over lilaget -46
to Sl to end their three game losing streak and give the
team a xvinning record.
This year's team vvas coached hy Charles Pratt.
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The 1955 Baseball team, coached by Mr. Sajko, ended
the season with a record of ll wins and 7 losses. Injuries
and hard luck plagued the Bulldogs throughout the season,
which could have been far better.
The record of ll-7 is deceiving, since the Dogs lost 4
games by one run. Eastern handed the Sajkomen their
first loss, 6-2. They then won their next five games. St.
Xavier fell 8-0 and Shawnee by 4-2. Flaget was shut out
7-0, and Silver Creek was battered by li-2.
Louisville Central was a 10-l loser to the Bulldogs, and
then hard luck again overcame the team. Five errors
helped the Providence Pioneers to edge out a 5-4 win.
Kentucky Military Institute provided a pitcher's duel and a
3-I win for the Dogs. Traveling to Bedford the Bulldogs
won the first game of a doubleheader, 7-0. In this game
George Everbach, who had been playing a sensational
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Bruce Speedy, Tom Harmon, Bill Farris, jim Clayton, john Bowen, Bill Jorris, and Glen jackson. Row l: Joe Carrol, Robert Walters,
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The 1955 track team, coached by Alex Thom, finished
the season undefeated in dual meets, champion of the New
Albany Relays, and winner of its own sectional.
Coach Thom welcomed lbi lettermen at the start of the
season, virtually the same team that had won the sectional,
New Albany Relays, and had been nosed out of the SIAC
crown by 113 points the year before, however, had luck
and injuries stopped the Bulldogs from becoming the great
team it might have been.
The Bulldogs opened the season by downing Silver Creek
and Corydon in a triangular meet. New Albany was an
easy victor, with 82 points, to Corydon's 56 l 5 and Silver
Creek's 2l l 5.
The Dogs then traveled to Bloomington, the Hoosier
Relavs, the largest indoor high school meet in the United
States. Competing with the state's best, Bill Swift took
fifth in the shot put and the Bulldog shuttle hurdle relay
team took fourth.
The Salem Lions fell easily, 85 to 24, before the Dogs'
spikes, as did the St. Xavier Tigers, 89 to 20. In the first
annual Bloomington Relays the Bulldogs took second, with
50 points, behind the host team with 57. Bill Swift and
the shuttle hurdle team provided records in the 8 team
The Bulldog Cindermen then successfully defended their
New Albany Relays title. New Albany scored 77 points
over second place Seymour's 45 in the 12 team field. Bill
Swift set a new shot put record, joe Carroll tied the pole
vault record, and the Bulldog relay teams, the medlay, mile,
and shuttle hurdle, came through with victories.
The second 1nnu1l Columbus Rel 1xs l'-Ollflll thc.
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behlnd Bloo 11 nffton xx I1 S' pomts u1d folum
us xxlth 15 I3llSxx11t l'lL at C1rrollstt n xx
meet retords nn x nmnv t ur rtsptttnxt txtn s
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polnts, Bloommg, tt tom xxxt 11
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and B1ll Sxxlft xxon t1e pole x 1 1lt 1nd shot put
respectxxely 'l he Bulldog nult rel IX tt.1m tom
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tnmes 3 35
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62 pomts, oxer Stxmour xx1t1 1 nn the
team field D1tk Roberts b ll Sxxntt 1nl
Carroll set nexx meet records
The Bulldogs h'1d 1 d1s1ppo ntuw 5ll0XXlI1g Ill
the Regnonal .xt Bloommfrton lot C 1rroll xx11s
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watch Larry Donahue as
he rakes a practice swing.
jack Fulks, Dennis Rich-
jack Fulks, Bill Peck. Bobby
Kopp, john Durrell, Larry Dona-
hue, Don Seiler. David Becker,
and Dennis Richardson.
The 1955 golf team, coached by Floyd Henry, was com-
posed of all underclassmen who have their eyes on the state
title in 1956. The team showed championship form on
several occasions, but also played far below their capa-
bilities several times.
Silver Creek was an easy 18-0 ro the llenrymen, 9-6.
Silver Creek went down again, 15-0, and Providence pro-
vided a 12-6 win for the Dogs. St. Xavier handed the
youthful team its first defeat, 9-6, and Flaget rebounded
from the earlier loss to dump our linksmen, 8-7.
Columbus was a 9-6 loser. but Providence gained revenge
by driving to a 7-4 win. Bedford nosed out an 8-7 win
over the Dogs to end the regular season. The SIAC pro-
vided a fifth place finish for New Albany in a 9 team field.
Providence then won the sectional, in which New Albany
hnished 9th in a 17 team field.
The letter winners were Larry Donahue, jack liulks,
Gene Middaugh, Donald Seiler, Donald Sutton, Raymond
Kochert, Dennis Richardson, and Bobby Kopp.
The Bulldog Linksmen showed a potential of being one
of Indiana's top teams next year, and their line perform-
ances this season should cast enough shadows to prove it.
Over the River and Zfhraugh the Wands
The New Albany Cross-Country Team, coached by Floyd
Henry, turned in the best record achieved by Bulldog
Cross-Country Teams of the past 10 years. ln the inaugural
meet of the season the Bulldogs downed Silver Creek 15-40.
In the next meet they defeated Fern Creek and St. Xavier
by a score of 15-40-93 respectively.
The Harriers then engaged the Salem Lions, and al-
though Salem presented formidable opposition, New
Albany was victorious by 25-54. In a quadrangular meet
the Bulldogs placed the first hve men for 15 points. Silver
Creek was second with 55, New Washington was third with
103, and New Salisbury was fourth with 108.
The Thinlies placed third in the SIAC meet, behind
Vincennes, with 28, and Bloomington, with 48 points.
The Bulldogs entertained the Dragons of Silver Creek at
the Country Club course in the final dual meet of the sea-
son. Peculiarly, the score of 15-40 was the same as the
early-season meet. The sectional meet found the Vincennes
Alices winning with 49 points. New Albany placed second
with 86 points, qualifying them for the state meet.
The following week the Ridge-Runners placed eleventh
in the state meet to round out a highly successful season.
Bruce Speedy led the team, as he was undefeated in dual
meets and always ran first for New Albany. The rest
of the first live consisted of Adrian McNickle, Ronald
Quackenbush, Bob Humphrey, and Charles Akers. Joe
Voyles and Bruce Perkins also lettered.
The 1955 aggregation is expected to be as powerful, if
not more so, than the 1954 team. Bob Humphrey and
Charles Akers were the only boys lost via graduation.
Ron' 2: Bob Humphrey. Larry
Curts, joe Tucker, Bob Zeller.
Larry Lee. Jerry Staton. and
Ronnie Bedan. Rau' I: Charles
jerrell, Bruce Speedy. Bruce
Perkins. A d ri a n McNickle,
Charles Akers. Ronnie Quack-
enbush. Guy Theis. and joe
tough opponent in the
Salem Lions, the New
Crouch for a good
Rau' 3: Richard Reach, Walter Stewart, Russell Ford, Mr. Francis, jim Baker. Dick Hilton,
Bill Tischendorf. Ron' 2: jack Bott, Charles Barker, jerry Staton, Louis Crayclen, and
Maurice Kaufer. Rau' I: Frank Kaufer. Francis Baird, Warren Anderson, and Leonard
Davy Gm Artis
Despite a lack of experienced shooters, the rifle team,
coached by Mr. Francis, turned in another winning season.
After losing its hrst match of the season to Owensboro,
Kentucky, the team scored an easy victory over the jeffer-
sonville Boys Club.
In the Indiana State matches New Albany took hrst and
fifth place in the prone position and was hrst among non-
military schools. The team received its second and last loss
of the season in a postal match with North Field, Vermont.
The Bulldogs then won four in zu row by defeating
Lincoln High of Tacoma. XY'ashington3 .Ieffersonville Boys
Club: Montgomery Blair High of Silver Springs. Mary-
land: and Central High of Deposit. New York. The Bull-
dog sharpshooters then placed first in the NRA Sectional
to end the season.
Russell lford. Charles Barker. -lim Baker. -lack Bott. jerry
istxton. Xllalter Stewart. Leonard McXY'illiams. XY'arren
Anderson. and Richard Hilton received varsity letters.
An ev en better team is expected next year, since only one
senior. Dwight Patterson. is lost by graduation.
jim Baker and Russell Ford sharpen their shooting eyes
preparing for the Culver meet.
Mr. Francis gives instructions on prone
Warren Anderson, Francxs Baxrd and
Maurlce Kaufer compare scores to declde
final results m a meet
Bxll Tlschendorf Charles Barker and
jack Bott are compenng nn an mtra
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Seated at the conference table are our school trustees. Dr. john M. Paris. secretary: Mr. Ralph NW. Gresham,
president: and Mr. Robert Harris, treasurer.
ln order to have a line, well organized school there must
be many people working constantly for its betterment.
XY'e, the students of NAHS. feel very fortunate to have such
an outstanding school and efficient administration.
This school year began with a new and yery capable
superintendent, Mr. Glen Barkes, and a new but etlicient
principal, Mr. Delbert Brown. 'lihese two men. with the
cooperation of the school board and the teaching stall,
hate led us to the conclusion of another successful school
Our qualified stall' is carrying out its responsibilities
under competent leadership in such ll way that we, the
students. cannot help but be proud of New Albany Senior
Glen Barkes. Superintendent of City Schools
Mr. Delhert Broun. Principal. and Mr. Fred Hochmuister.
Assistant Principal. take time from their work to smile for
Tuiklng over student problems are our counselors. lxlrs.
Dorothy Motsinger and Mr. Marvin Oakes.
Taking a break in their husy schedule are Mrs. Jessie Beartl
Long. retiring Dean of Girls, Miss Lucille Paris, present Dean
of Girls. and Mr. Max Wiesman. Dean of Boys.
MISS MARY J AUGENSTEIN
MRS VIRGINIA BIGGERSTAFF
MISS JESSIE RUTH BOBB
MISS RUTH BRAEUTIGAM
MR G R BURCHFIELD
MR ROBERT BYRN
Dnrector of Guldance and Tcstmg
MR ROBERT CARTER
MR OVID CHAMBERS
MR JAMES CLOUSE
IVIISS JANE CUTLER
Secretary to Prmcxpal
MRS MARIE EISMAN
Secretarx of General Office
MISS KATHRYN ELLIS
IWIISS ALMA FISCI-IER
Hcalth and Safcty
MR PRFN IIICE FISHER
MRS KATHLEEN FLETCHER
Marching Band Director
MR. HARLEY FRANCIS
MR. ALBERT GEHLBACH
MR. jOHN GIVENS
MR. HERMAN HARIINIAN
MR FDMOND HFINNON
MR FLOYD HENRY
NIR WILLIAM HOFFMAN
MISS SUE HUGHES
MRS MARTHA LOPP
VIR BRADLEY LORTON
MRS BETTYLFE INIARQIJ IS
VIR FORREST MCCAFFRX
'VIR DAVID MLCOOI'
Suptrsisor 0' Htalth and Pmsit
NIISS II-SSII I5ILCRAf Rl IN
MR VERNON MQKOXXIN
Dirutor of AudioXisual Aids
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MISS MARIAN MIDDLETON
MR MAURICE MILTFNBERGER
Dlstrlbutn e Education
MISS MILAS NT MITCH LL
M SS KATHRYN MURRAY
NIR FIELD R MYERS
M ARR PERRIN
MRS IRMA PRITZ
MR L S ROSE
MR EMIL ROSS
MR RALPH ROTHERT
MISS LEOTA RUSK
MISS MURIEL RYALL
MR STANLEY SAJKO
MRS ANNA SAMPLES
MRS MARCIA SCO'I'1
MR KEITH SHOCK
Soc' ' .
Supervisor of Supplies and Maintenance
MR LOWELL SINIITH
Speech and Hearing Therapist
MR NORMAN SMITH
MR EDGAR STAHL
Director of V0 atlonal Ed.1 anon
MISS EVA ST 1 H NSON
MR HARRY STOLJ T
MR EDWARD SUMM ERS
MR ALEX THOM
M SS OLLETA TYLER
'VIR WILLIFM VINCENT
MRS IVI RL L XVAIKER
M SS MARTHA LEE WARD
Home Econom cs
MR RICHARD WARDEIL
MR THOMAS WIATHLRSTON
MISS RUBY WELLS
MISS IXLINDA WIDBIAN
Cafctcna Ma agar
MR ROBERT VUILLBIAN
rtctor of Radxo
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French Club Concert Cholr Prestdent
Flattops Student Councxl Muslc Con
t6St pp Z6 JO 60
Art Club Dxstrnbutxxc Educatnon Club
pp 44 70
CHARLI S AKLRS
Ctntenmal Program Cross Country
Track Art Club-Prcs1dcnt Varsnty Club
Ph Delta 'In H13 Drs rmutne Educa
non Club Sen or Boosters pp 0 88
Btl Canto Flmurs and Colors Commtt
Thcspxans Vncc President Semor Class
Exccutnc Commxttee Band H1Y You
Cant Take. It wnth You Mother Is a
Freshman pp 58 39 47 82
Future Farmers Basketball Managcr
Iumblmg., Club pp 66 107
Bowlmg Club p 85
Scholarshxp N Futura
Prestdent pp 44 67
Square Dance Club-P
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ILL Ccntcnmxl lrogrnm p D4 Cards and Announcements fommlttec Choir All Choral Fcs nal p Jl
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CaSI61'3 PP- 37, 38, 39, 82.
MARY ANN BRANHAM
Future Nurses-Vice President, Music Hour-Secretary. Music
Appreciation-President, Cap and Gown Committee, pp. 49, 69.
LA NELLE BRANNON
Senior Boosters, Art Club, Vista Staff-Activity Editor, Flowers
and Colors Committee, Prom Decoration Committee, Our
Town, pp. 42, 88.
Music Hour, Cap and Gown Committee, Distributive Educa-
tion Club-President-Historian Junior, pp. 49, 70.
MARY LOU BREEN
Mother Is a Freshman, You Can't Take It with You, Bel
Canto-President, Worlds Affairs Institute, Blotter Staff-
Assistant Editor, pp. 37, 51, 52, 53, 54.
Concert Choir, Valley Choral Festival, Music Contest, Bel
Canto-Vice President, Cap and Gown Committee, pp. 51,
Senior Boosters, Vista Staff, Radio, Square Dance Club.
Distributive Education Club, p. 70.
Art Club, Thespians, Blotter Staff, Radio Staff, Flowers and
Colors Committee, pp. 37, 65.
Wranglers-Vice President-Treasurer, Senior Hi-Y-Sergeant-
at-arms, Cap and Gown Committee, pp. 30, 31, 82.
Future Teachers, Senior Boosters, Future Nurses, Cap and
Gown Committee, Blotter Staff, p. 68.
Senior Hi-Y, Rifle Club, Distributive Education Clubg pp.
Blotter Staff, Vista Staff, Senior Hi-Y, You Can't Take It with
You, p. 43.
Distributive Education Club, p. 70.
Distributive Education Club-Vice President, p. 70.
Rifle Club, Hi-Y, Baccalaureate Committee, p. 82.
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-Publicity Chairman, Speakers-Treasurer,
Girls State, Student Council, junior and Senior Executive Com-
mittees, Vista Staff-Senior Editor, pp. 27, 32, 53, 45, 74.
Senior Hi-Y--Treasurer, Football, Cap and Gown Committee,
Square Dance Club: p. 82.
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Semor Class Executne Commxttee Mantle
of Knowledge Nanonal Honor Socnety
Iho ography Club-Presxdent pp 78 57
6' 63 97 99
Band Scnence Club-Treasurer
Bel Canto All State Choral Fesnxal
French Club-Presldent Xou Can t Take
II vuth You Blotter Staff Assnstant Edx
tor Rad1oStaH pp 37 D0 ni D4 60 fl
Boxs State Wranglers Presndent I-rench
Club Natlonal Honor SOCIEIS Student
Councxl VxcePres1dent President
Football pp f 30 il 4 D0 60 97
Dance Club Teen Age Forum Dnstrtbu
tue Educatxon Club p 33
Semor Boosters p 88
Muse Hour jumor Red Cross
DONALD COCKRUM Phu Delta Tn H1 X p
Future Farmers pp 66
Cards and Announcements Commnttee
Semor Boosters Bowlmg Iuture Nurses
Future Teachers p 68
Radlo Semor H1 X Slf.,l"I'l.i H1 X French
Club Chor Vxsta Staff Business Man
a er pp 3 D0
Blotter Stal? Nlusxc Hour
Cards and Announcements Committee
Semor Boosters p 88
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JO ANN DALHOVER
Art Club-Secretary Alpha TrnH1Y
Dance Club p 74
Future Farmers Square Danee Club
Band p 66
HARRY DE ARK
Sxgma H1Y Future Teachers Musne
Hour pp 68 80
Band p 47
Chorr Varslty Club-Vrce Presrdent
Football Baseball Flowers and Colors
Commlttee pp 33 51 84 98 99 113
EDNA DE WEESE
jumor Red Cross p 7l
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gram pp 47 53
Student Council Bowling Club p C
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tlnel Semor HIX
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Alpha Tr1H1Y Commencemeat C011
mlttee p 74
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Honor Socnety Semor Executne Comm1t
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Speakers pp 32 33 42 74
Semor Boosters p 88
jeffersonulle Hugh School
Gxrls State-Secretary of State Natnonal
Honor Socxety World Aifanrs Instntute
Blotter Staff Edntor Future Teachers
Presldent Vxsta Staff Asslstant Edltor
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Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-President, National Honor Society, Speakers
-Vice President, Band, Speak for Democracy Contest, Radio,
pp. 32, 57, 47, 74.
Scholarship N, Art Club, Thespians, You Can't Take It with
You, National Honor Society, p. 65.
You Can't Take It with You, Language Club, Music Hour-
President, p. 49.
Music Club, Language Club, Distributive Education Club,
Intramurals, Photography Club, Sigma Hi-Y, p. 80.
Scholarship N, Radio, Concert Choir, Thespians-Secretary,
Mother Is a Freshman, Baccalaureate Committee: pp. 57, 38, 5l.
National Honor Society, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-Secretary, Speakers,
Senior Executive Committee, pp. 32, 74.
Sigma Hi-Y, Wranglers, Radio, Cap and Gown Committee,
Senior Hi-Y-Chaplain, Our Town, pp. 30, 57, 82.
Bel Canto, Band, Concert, Choir, Valley Choral Festival, pp.
47, 50, 54.
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Speakers, Radio, Valley Choral Festival, Dis-
trict Music Contest, Centennial Program, pp. 32, 33, 57, 74.
Concert Choir, Valley Choral Festival, Bel Canto, Speakers
Band, pp. 32, 51.
Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Valley Choral Festival, pp. 44, 72.
Distributive Education Club, Square Dance Club, p. 70.
Distrihutive Education Club, Square Dance Club.
Bel Canto, Speakers, Concert Choir, Girls State, Valley Choral
Festival, Radio, pp. 28, 52, 57, 51, 52, 53.
Bel Canto, Concert Choir, Senior Boosters, Music Contest,
All State Choir, Valley Choral Festival, pp. 50, 88.
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Natnonal Honor Socnety Speakers pp 37
Intramurals p 115
Semor Boosters National Honor Socretw
Gxrls State Phr Delta Trr H1X Treas
A J HARVEY
Sigma HIY Student Counul VHFSIIQ
Club Foothall Blotter Staff Track pp
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RONALD HATTABAUGH EMOLYNE HINES
You Cant Take It wlth Xou Lxttltst
Angel Gift of the Magl Future Ttachtrs
BONNIE HECKLER P 52
DAVID HENDRICKS Future Farmers p 66
Band Choir Valles Choral Festnal pp
Semor Boosters Drstrnbutnt Educatxon
JAMES HENRY Club
Presxdent of Semor Class Student Coun
cxl Treasurer Natlonal Honor Socxets
S0 H 37 84 93 99 100 104 7 Alpha TIIHIX Future Nurses Sears.
tart Class Dax Committee p 69
PEGGY HICKS JOYCE HQKE
Semor Boosters C, A A p 88
Semor Boosters JOHN HOLLIS
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Senlor Boosters Future Nurses Iuture
Teachers Cards and Announcements
ROBERT Hb MPHRFY
Cross Countrx Track Xar
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ROBERT HL IN T
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Band Band Festxval Foster Muslc Camp
Alpha Tr1H1Y Chaplam Future
Teachers Cards and Announcements
Commlttee Chanrman pp 47 67 74
Football Track Rxfle Club Semor HxY
Student Councxl Intramurals pp 26 82
Art Club Future Teachers You Cant
Take It wnth You p 67
Band Treasurer Future Teachers Bel
Canto All State Band Radxo Staff Class
Day Commnttee pp Z8 47 50 67
Baseball Varsity Cluh Intramurals pp
Future Nurses Sennor Boosters
JO ANN JOLLY
Secretary of Junior Class Secretary Ot
Semor Class Alpha Tr1H1Y Sergeant
at arms Semor Boosters Student Counexl
You Cant Take It wnth Nou pp 74 88
ty Chaxrman Student Councll Secretar,
Girls State DAR Award Nauonal
Honor Society pp 26 28 32 37 0
Semor H15 Intramurals
Ph: Delta Trl H1X Senxor Boosters
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Forum: pp. 35, 51.
Future Teachers. p. 68.
Senior Boosters, Future Nurses, German Class Play, G. A. A..
Senior Boosters, Distributive Education Club, pp. 70. 88.
Corydon High School.
Language Club. Music Hour Club.
Providence High School.
MARY LOU MCGUIRK
Football, Radio, Centennial Program. Visual-Aids. Electronics
Club-President, pp. 36. 37. 99.
Tri-Hi-Y, Band, pp. 47. 72.
Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Future Nurses.
Flowers and Colors Committee. Senior Boosters. Tri-Hi-Y--
Vice President, p. 72.
Senior Boosters. Centennial Program. Beginners Square Dance
-Instructor. Prom Decoration Committee. Square Dance Club
Varsity Club. Basketball. Football. Baseball, pp. 84. 99. I0-1.
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GORDON MAR I IN CHARLES MILLER
Boss Img., Club-'I rtasurer
NORMA MAR'I IN
cc-mor Boosters TYIHIX Treasurer
LonttrtCho1r Bel Canto pp D4 88
RONALD MAR'l IN
Co eert Chor Centtnmal Program
Sedum I3 as rs Ihttalaurtatt CO'llf'I'llIILt.
5 ma lllx Cards and Annoumtmtnt
Conmmnttet ltmttnnal Prog.,ram p 80
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Socxetx Chairman Xou Cant Take It
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Commuttee Chairman pp 78 30 il 3
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Future Teachers Hlstorxan Alpha Trl
HIX unlor Classxtal Leagut Square.
ante Band pp 68
WILLIAM MU LLINIX
Band TIIHIX Speakers Radno Future
Teachers Baccalaureate Commnttee pp
Blotter Staff p 44
Stmor Boosters p 88
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Senlor Boosters p 88
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Stmor Boosters p 88
Photography Club Rxlle Club p
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Teachers Vlsta Stal? Semor Class Day
Commnttee Concert Chonr pp 43 50 Sv
Flowcrs and Colors Commtttee Senior
Boosters Future Homemakers Hnstornan
Homemakers State and National Comen
trons pp 67 88
Scxence Club National Honor Society
Concert Band Baccalaureate Commtttee
Niusnc Contest Instrumental Musnc Club
pp 28 47 62
Photography Club Future Nurses Senior
Boostcrs pp 43 K5
Sngma I-l1Y Musxc Hour p 80
Art Club Concert Choxr Rtg.,1onal and
State Muslc Contest junior Classlcal
League Future Nurses Bel Canto pp
Sigma H1H p 80
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Student Council, Music Hour, Concert Choir, Music Contest,
Sigma Hi-Y-Chaplain, Baccalaureate Committeeg pp. 49. 5l.
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lfrovidence High School.
Future Teachers--Secretary, Bel Canto, National Honor
Societv, Scholarship N, Concert Choir-Secretary, Girls Stateg
pp. 50, 53, 68.
Senior Boosters, p. 88.
Future Farmers: p. 66.
junior Executive Committee.
Distributive Education-Treasurer, Square Dance Club, Senior
Boostersg p. 70.
Future Teachers--Parliamentarian, Future Homemakers-
Presidentg p. 68.
Baseball, Cross Country, Varsity Club. Senior Hi-YQ pp. 84.
Senior Class Executive Committee. Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Senior
Boostersg pp. 26, 74. 75, 88.
Alpha Tri-Hi-YQ p. 74.
Science Club, Rifle Club, Band, Photography Cluhg p. 65.
National Honor Society. Basketball. Football, Track. Senior
Hi-Y-President--Secretary, Treasurer of Senior Class, pp.
30. 31. 57. 43. 32, 95. 99. H4-
Senior Boosters, Blotter Staff, Future Nurses.
Tumbling Club-President: pp. 45, 87.
Future Teachers-Vice President, Cards and Announcements
Committee, Valley Choral Festivalg pp. 50, 68.
Senior Boosters, Photography, Tri-Hi-Y, Blotter Staff, Debate
Club, Baccalaureate Committee.
Music Hour, p. 49.
Bowling, Cap and Gown Committee, Senior Boosters, p. 88.
Bel Canto-Librarian, Commencement Committee, Basketball
Queen. Concert Choir-Vice President, District and State
Music Contestsg pp, 50. 51. 52.
Senior Hi-Y, Band.
Senior Boosters. Cap and Gown Committeeg p. 88.
Future Farmers. Rifle Club.
Student Council, Speakers-Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y-Treasure:
G. A. A.-Secretary. Girls State, Commencement Committee:
pp. 26. 52, 74. 83.
Football, Debate Club, Teen-Age Forum, Dance Club, Concert
Choir, pp. 34. 51.
Varsity Club, Basketball, Baseball: pp. 84, 104, 107, ll5.
Distributive Education Club.
Distributive Education Club, Dance Club.
Science Club-Vice President: p. 62.
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ruol clty Chanrman p 70
Se'110r Boosters Future Homemakers
Language Club-Secretarx Centennial
Program p 88
jumor Evcecutn e Commnttee Semor
Boosters Presndent Semor Class Dax
Commxttce Ccntcnmal Program p 88
Square Danct Club Ccntcnmal Program
Band Pho ographx C lub C tntcnmal Pro
gram p 4
CREVA SLF SINGLETON
Scmor Bwos crs Future. lNursts p 88
NIARY LOUISE SMITH
Sen or Boosttrs Centcnmal Program
Blotter Stat? pp 43 88
PAD L SMITH
Flcctromcs Club-Prcsxdcnt Centcnnlal
Program pp 56 3 71
Slgma HIX Intramurals p 80
SANDRA SLI SMITH
Stn or Boosters 'Vlusxc Hour Club Vista
5.15 Ccntcnmal Program pp 3
YVONNE SMI'I H
Scmor Boostcrs Iuturt Nurscs Art Club
Iuturt Ttathtrs Blottcr Staff p 88
Art Club Future Nurses Scholarshnp N
Band Flowers and Color Commxttcc
pp 28 63
Cheerleader Captam French Club Sou
Cant Take It Wllll Xou Concert Choxr
Thespxans Art Club pp 31 F0 61 I0
Scholarshxp N National Honor Souctx
Tr1H1Y Blotter Staff Edxtor Scmor
Boosters Secretary Treasurer S 4. n 1 o
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Mother Is a Freshman pp 38 51
Band Art Club Stamp Club Prcsxdent
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mlttec pp 45 D0 87
Future Farmers Vnu. Presxdcnt
Musxc Hour Band Dnstrnbutne Educatxon
Club pp 49 0 83
Football Teen Age Forum Tumblmg
Club Square Dance Club Track pp
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Dance Club Teen Age Forum Music
Apprtcnatlon p 33
Sxgma H1X Scmor HIY Dtstrlbutnc
Educatnon Club p 70
Spamsh Class Assembly
Concert Cholr Band Orchestra Under
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Future Homemakersg p. 67.
You Can't Take It with You.
Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y-Secretary, Senior Boostersg p. 72.
Square Dance Club.
ROBERT L. ZOLLERS
Phi Delta Tri-Hi-Y-Sergeant-at-arms-President, Senior Ex-
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PAUL HUEBNER, JAMES KESSLER, EARL RICKMAN, JIM SINKHORN
NORMA SNYDER, TERRY TURNER, AND ROBERT XVARD.
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lurba h presxdent jerry Daxly treasurer Bxll Koch uce presl
dent and Sherr ll Colym secretary
Mamxe Aera jackne Adams john Adams
Sunnye Adams 28 32 33 44 43 72 Lee Akers
Ronnle Akers 59 107 Shxrley Albertson 35 60
Deanna Alexander Barbara Anderson 72 88
Charles Andres 87 110 113 Ruth Angel 88
Donna Arnold 67 Mary Asberry 43 74 88
Betty Adkms 88
Emma Bell Atkms 28 Vaughn Atwood Phyllns
Bacon 55 88 Donna Baker 71 88 Shirley Ball
78 Byron Barker 47 Charles Barker 62 86 118
Murl Batman Pat Bauer B ll Baumann David
Beck r 63 83 116 Carroll Bedan 60 Guy Bell
76 80 84 99 114 B111 Bensmg 82
jtanne Bernardx 43 63 88 Raymond Berry
65 82 85 Marnlyn Bezy Larry Blackman 85
Eduard Blust jack Boheau Ronald Boes 87
jxmmy Bostock Gene Bottorff joan Bowers
Ronald Bowman Sharon Box 76 28 38 39 49
Barbra Boyd 88 Becky Branstetter 67 88
Brenda Breecc 59 88 Carolyn Brooks Bxll
Burch Donna Burd 26 43 74 88 Ronny Byers
80 larry Byrd 99 114 Blll Call Sf 4
Carolyn Carpenter joe Carroll 84 99 114
Shelby Caryer D3Nld Chastam 66 Marilyn Chas
tam 78 88 Nona Clark 71 88 Donald Clawson
Lmda Coak an Sarah Collmg.,s I Nanex
Calwell 70 74 Sherr1llColun 76 58 59 70 1
Nlary Lo 5 Coney Norma Konrad Mary 1 ook 6
lrank Cooke Irexda lorbett Walter Cory
Harriett Crawford Marlta C r ny ford james Cray
den Daud Creps 87
Paty Cunclxff Fern Cunn n am Walter Cun
nmgham jerry Daxly 99 Day d Daugntrey 80
Joelle Dempster 76 78 57 B111 Deuser 80 7
Patrxca Ddat jaelt Dohoney 66 Larry Donx
hue ll6 ROHLFIIH Dooley jlm Daugherty 92
Phyl S Duffy john Durrell 65 ll6
Donald Dyer 67 Sxdney Ehlers judy l'1ehol
47 Richard E1SIlId1 B tty llbers B ll l'll11
Catherme Ells 76 58 44 47 88 103
Arthu End cs 59 80 Ronald Endrls 57 S0
Barbara Eppley 88 Charles mans 6m Ewan
Eyans K0 Joanne Fyans 44 88 Georbe Eyerhaca
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jerry Fenwxck Lou s Flora 89 Melxm Franc s
43 83 92 Margaret Frazxer 47 49 Mary Lou
Feeman 14 D0 Di One: lebe g,er E de
Naney Fulkerson jaeloe lulks ll6 Bob Gallo
way 80 Margy Gardner 88 Polly Gnrrls m VJ
4 88 Donald Garxm Sus e Gaslull
Ou Gxbaon 28 Jl D 85. 105 ha.y
72' Ronnie Gravcr 54, 47 80' Betty'
Gravltt' Don Gray" Patsy' Gream' Tama-a
Gresham 4 41 '-.
Larry' G ieslnger 55 62' Bob G :inn -4 '
Dorothy' Grimes 4:. 49 'Z' Nancy' Gmr' amc'
Grundy' 4 82' Snirlcy' Guctnc' Charlotte Gagcl
Shirley' Haas' janet Hacndig.,cs2 Andy' H'nll. 29'
john Bob Hall 44 8: Linda Hall' Roberta Hall
88' Gcmld Hancock.
Kent Hankins Judy Harmon 51 Janet Harme
mg 71 88 Janis Hatton 88 Rodney Heavrm
Jerry Hedges 47 Sharon Hefton
Dorothy Henn 88 Bill Henry 47 82 99 104
109 110 Mike Hess Sally Hess 88 Shirley Hess
Elaine Hickman 88 Deanna Higdon 88
Bob Hilleary 30 31 60 Patsy Hmes Nathana
Hmes Carol Hxtner 88 Heyward Hobbs Judy
Hock 38 Angela Hockersmith
John Hoffman 34 Marilyn Hoffman Bill
Holderman 63 Louie Hollabaugh Robert Hor
ton Jerry Hoskms 47 Kenneth Houglm 35
Patty Hublar 44 67 88 Betty Hubler 67 Anita
Hudgm 45 74 88 Michael Humston Bill Inzer
82 Joan Jantzen Larry Jenkins
Paul Jenkins Sue Jerrell 26 72 Carl Johnson
29 Harold Johnson 104 105 107 114 James
Johnson 87 James Jones Phyllis Jones
Jimmie Kaestner 82 Don Kay 62 80 Phyllis
Keach 77 88 Peggy Keilman 72 88 Connie
Keith 51 72 Tommy Keller Charles King
Larry Kinzer 76 36 41 Joyce Kirk Joanne
Kirtley 72 88 Jim Kloster 82 Pat Knable 71
88' Ruth Knowland 43 88' Bill Koch 65.
Wesley' Koch 82' Raymond Kochert 80' Larry
Koeler' Denzil Kost 82' Kathryn Lacey 51'
Donna Lamb 71 88' Monnie Lamb.
Vernon Lamb' Jesse Land 51' Janet Lasle"
Darrell Leach 80 99' Charles Lee' Doris Lee 88'
Larry' Leffler 80' Wilma Legg' Dixie LeGrand'
David Lemmon' Bette Rae Lester, 71' Janet
Leuthart, 45. 63, 885 Wy'etta Lewis, 88.
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88 Nana Linne Delores Little 43 88 Barbara
Longest Kay Longest 47 60 Forrest McAllister
Donna McBride 74 Betty McCauley 88 jane
McClaren 88 Vernon McClure 50 Raymond
McCown 51 60 80 Richard McCu11um Larry
McCullough 36 47 85
Anna McCutcheon Linda McDaniel 51 james
N1cFry Reid McGee 86 Janice McKim 88
Ronnie McKnight Janet McLaughlin 88
jerry McLean Adrian McNickle 114 117 Billy
Main 113 Bob Marshall Mary Martin 51 74
75 Neym Martin 50 59 80 85 Mary Mason
jerry Meadows 49 51 65 Lillian Mercer jim
Mnelaz Jerry Meyer 47 49 Frankie Miller 66
Juanita Miller 72 Dot Million 72
joe Mills 85 Paul Mitchell Eddie Morlen 66
Faye Morrison 88 Carolyn Moser 49 51 54
Mary Murphey Betty Naye 74
jim Neafus 47 62 Kenneth Neal Mickey
Neely D0 82 Gordon Nettle Lena Newbolt 88
Gordon Nierengarten Ray Nolan
Colleen Oakes 78 32 42 75 Carol Oldom 72
Diana Ott 32 58 74 Shirley Owen 47 74 David
Owen' Eddie Owens 104 105 106 114' Lauralee
john Parker' james Parsons 66' Sharon Pate
88' Mary' Patrick' Ardis Patterson 52 33' B'l1
Payne 99' Arden Pearce.
Bill Pearl' Betty' Pease' Pat Peers 88' Ethel
Pease' Rodney Pennell 26 47' Bruce Perkins
47 87 114. 117' Mary Lou Peterson 49 74.
Mildred Petri' Barbara Pettett 26 69' Terry
Phillips 56' Ruth Pitts' jerry' Popp' Larry Potter
ll4' Charles Powell 98.
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bush 30 84 114 117 Lynn Ralston 66 Patricia
Rankin 72 88 Bobby Rapp Billie Reardon
Charles Redden 66 Mildred Reid Harold
Renn Don Richards Dennis Richardson 30 82
99 116 Ronald Robb Charlie Roberson 99 101
Jacqueline Robmette 63 Nancy Rodgers 38
39 88 Elizabeth Rose 77 88 Don Rosenberger
joe Rouse Ollie Rouzer jim Rowe
Wanda Ruff Barbara Ruling 77 Carol Saile
Linda Salyers 88 Carole Samples john Sandle
wick 26 30 31 82 Vera Saunders 88
Ronald Schad 80 Carol Scheler 77 Q8 XVi1'iam
Schwender Kenneth Schickel David Schmirt
Barbara Schneider 47 60 Donald Schnell 99
Don Scott 47 63 Linda S ot 88 Tom S llmer
80 Frances Shaffer 88 Shirley Sheets William
Shlreman Sue Shnel 26 38 39 83
john Shoup Marilyn Shutte s B '1 Sillima
38 45 Barbara Smith 88 Bobby Smith Carl
Smith 35 37' Jacqueline Smith 88.
Loretta Smith 49' Carl Snook' jerry Solomon
84 101 104 105' Bruce Speedy 104.105 108
114 117' Frances Stamper' Betty Steproe 71:
Carol Steproe 26 28 72 88.
Charlie Steproe 47' Nancy Stern 63, 88' Louie
Stein 43 50 82' Marion Stevens' jim Stillman:
Roger Stoner 66' Susie Stroud 88.
Patty Sullivan, Norma Swallow, 50, 54, 88:
Rita Taylor, 889 Ralph Terrell, 663 Charles Terry:
janet Thomas, 26, 28, 74, 755 Mary Tindlc.
Nancy Toops, 473 Don Tucker, 84. 104, 107.
1133 Anna Belle Turner, 51. 883 Judy Turner, 743
Virginia Uppling, 513 Arlene Van Cadet, 885
james Vaughn. 47.
Donna Vest in 88 oe Voyles 78 4 K4 lla
II james Wade Daxld Walker Susu.
Wa leer 48 32 43 88 104 Shirley W'all 88
Robert Walters II4
Delorls W ard Mxldred Wate janet W ebb 88
Lmda Weber DI Barbara Weddnng
Donna Weldon Bxll Wells 4 C0 8 103
Robert W'ells D0 80 Angela Wheeler 77 88
Dalton Whlte Eya Whxte 60 Eyelyn Whxttmg
hlll 47 jack Whxttxnghxll 44 44 Melyln Wilbur
Alonzo Wxllnams Lmda Williams Nancy
Wnllnams 77 Darlene Wilson Della Wxlson
Dxxle Wxlson jerald Wllson
Richard Wllllamson 80 Norma Wnmp 7l 88
Judy Wolf 49 Carolyn Wood 65 74 jo Ann
Wooldridge Don Worden Pat Worden 43 7
Marcna Wfrege 44 Bl D5 D6 88 l0's Betty
Wright 51 Helen Wnght 67 Bonnle Xoung.
janet Young Mary Alxce Xoung 88 jxm 71mm r
Dscussmg the latest hlts of school gossmp a e
these Sophomore students Bud Byrley Gerry
Levus Donna lxrlmnger jlm Hardln and joan
Patrxcla Abbott 37 Jamey Aebersold 83 Bull
Aemmer Ben Akers Carol Allen Dorothy Allen
W arren Anderson 6 ll8 Ann Andres
Roberta Applegate. 4 , Rose Ashby 40, Leo Asher
66, Alice Atltxns, Martha jane Atltms
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Shlrley Atwood Barbara Ausun 78 85 Gary
Austin 81 99 Larry Badger 85
Ronme Badger 85 Jerry Baker Jxm Baktr 118
Steve Ballard 27 28 34 George Bantt June.
Barr 78 Anna Barth
Denola Belcher Bonme Benne 40 Darlene
Bennett 76 Edith Berryman 28 Davnd Best
Andrew Beyerle Anne Bxggerstaff 40
Jerry Bxgler 51 55 Marxlyn Bur 73 8? B111
Bxshop Joan Blackxston Phyllis Bocard
Geraldnne Backherms Jack Bohannon 47 63
Darrell Boman Kay Boman Herman Bott
John Bott 28 62 118 Marne Bowen Pat Bow r
man 40 83 Pat Bowman
Barbara Bramer John Brooks Mary Ann
Brown 28 32 33 Clayton Bryant Barbara Bull
mgton Jane Burrell 40 Buddy Byrley
Jamce Calloway 40 Dons Canter B111 Canty
David Carroll 62 Joyce Challin 83 Ellen C'ayton
52 47 71 Wxllnam Clxfford
Yyonne Combs 71 73 Charles Condra Joyce
Condra Kay Condra 78 Vance Conrad Carolyn
Cook Ronme Cooper 40
Wxlda Cooper 47 77 Edna Cotner Shirley
Crady Ronme Creamer Betty Crone 71 83
Rxchard Curtls Larry Curts 117
Daye Cyphers 47 Larry Dalhoytr 40 63 B111
Dans Elizabeth Dans 27 28 59 78 Harold
Dans Joe Dans Joyce Dans
Shxrley Davns 73 Duck Day Cliff Deal 81 Bob
Deem Ronme Dehn Larry Demson Jant Dick
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joy Dxllman 56 Betty Dxzney Earlene Dlzney
40 83 Sharon Dodge 78 Barbara Doll 71
Dolores Dorsey 26 47 76 77 Israel Douglas
james Douns Judy Drabmg Rosamond Dud
lay jean Duer 40 47 Tony Duffy Dalores
Dunn Anna Dyson 76 77
Judy Eadens 40 47 85 Manta Edelen 73
Morton Edlm Terry Edlm Ruthanne Ehalt 60
Vxrgne Flanders Raymond Emery
Gary Epperson 40 Carl Evans 66 102 Larry
Exans 30 31 99 Bob Ewton 28 47 81 Barbara
Faxth 28 Dale Farnsley 36 81 Clyde Fentress
Gary Fentress 64 81 Bobby Ferguson Martha
Fessel 28 Carolyn Fetz Fred Fetz Carl Fmn
Larry Fischer 98
JoAnn Fnsher Mary Flora Shnrley Ford
Nathalea Foster 28 Shxrley Foster 77 janet
Fothergnll 40 47 Susan Fulkerson 83
Qandn Fultmeer 90 Ruth Ann Gardner
Randall Garrxott 28 47 62 114 Mary Ann
Gary n 83 Ruth Grable Wxllram Geltmaker
Daud George 34 65
Nan Gxbbs 40 47 Harrrett Grlley 32 59 71
Marxlyn Gxllnatt 77 Peggv Gorman 40 Wanda
Grangler 67 78 Roy Grant Robert Grimes
Larry Grose Daynd Groshelder 77 40 47 110
Larry Gullett 47 99 114 Wrllxam Haeseley
Geraldme Hager JoHannah Hahn 59 90 Eddxe
joan Hanson 71 Bob Harbxson Shirley
Hardesty jnm Hardm 85 102 Pat Harmelmg 55
Tom Harmon 81 110 114 Carolyn Harper
john Harns jerry Harnson 65 81 102 104
110 114 Carol Hartman 67 Charles Hauber
George Hawthorne Bllly Hays 102 Wlllxam
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Don Hnllegas Dxck Hilton 86 118 Tom Hlme
baugh Brenda Hxrth 73 Karl Hnrth Robert
Hoback 81 Harnette Hobby 47
L B Hocker 27 81 Allme Hockersmnth
Carole Hodge 76 77 Carolyn Hogue 73 jlm
Holbrook Phyllxs Hollars Marlene Hollxs
Conme Holton 73 Hank Horlander Sharon
Houglm Exdson Howard Helen Howerton 67
Marxlyn Hudgln 90 Shelby Humphrey 99 107
Ray Hunt Evelyn Hunter 60 jack Hunter
50 59 110 Wanda Hurley 40 Rosemary Hurst
Wnlma jaggers JoAnn Jefferson 47 78 9
Alverna jenmngs Phyllns jensen 78 Sharon
john Cora johnson Bonnie jones 55 76 77
Maurnce Kannapel 81 Frank Kaufer 8C 118
Mourxce Kaufer 85 118 jack Kessler 78 36
Mary Kexsler Ronald Keller jxm Kepley 47
Sue Kepley D5 76 77 jerry Kessmger 27
50 110 Imogene Kung Myron Kmg Peggy
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Dayld Kopp Charlie Krlnmger 56 66 Donna
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Bob Smrth 64 Janice Smxth Norun Smxth
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Betty Appleby 85 Elmer Archibald Ruthie
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310 Bonk Street
Phone 4 1822 New Albany lndiono
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144 Sp mg Sf Phone 4 3271 The Potnt Store Complete
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
3I 3 State Street Phone 4 OI 8I
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North West Corner Pearl and Elm Streets
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
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WHOLESALE DRUGS AND
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
VOGUE EAUTY SHOPPE
Newberry Building Phone 4 IO4I
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
HAIR SHAPING STYLING
HOME OF GOOD COOKING
We Cater to Private Parties
9l5 East Fifteenth Street
Phone 5 8870
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21012 Pea! Steer I2 V Ce
NEW ALBANY !NDIAIXA
Pho e 4 4742
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IO33 Vincennes Street Phone 5 8849
L Thorn Company
CARL S PRODUCE
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3l4 State Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
l3I J Vincennes St eet Phone 4 6434
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RCA VICTOR TELEVISION
RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS
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All Newest Recordungs
MAS O N S
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The Roberts and Strack
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2lOO East Market Phone 4 3473
Fresh Meats Vegetables
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342 Vuncennes Street
New Albany Ind
For Correct Floral Arrangements
Nance Floral Shoppe
IOOI East Market Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 4 3322
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340 Vincennes Stree
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Where Good Frnends Meet for
Economy Servnce Stahon
Carburetor Servace Conoco Products
General Repaur Your M leage
Motor Tunung Merchant
Phone 5 5269
State and Elm Streets New Albany Ind
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Double Seven Tlre Service
Corner West Furst and Mann Sts
New flbany Ind
Dual 4 7144
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ROAW SERX 'CE
We Love to Serve You
Custom Mode Venetuon Blrnds
We Manufacture Repaur Launder
A utomahc Venetian Bland
3I2 East lvlaln
Phone -I 5276 New Albany Indiana
OAK DRUG COMPANY
Your Fovorlte Store un
No I Charlestown Poad
New Albany Indxana NEW ALBANY IND
PR s RIPTION SP C'ALlSTS AIWOVS
The Most for Your Money
A STEP AHEAD SINCE l9IO
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New Albany 'A'
A REPUTATION FOR UNEXCELLED
DRY CLEANING AND FINISHING
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Ruth Knowland Donna Burd and Carolyn Flelscher look at the latest fashlons
In sprung Coats
213 PEARL STREET
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE DRIVE IN WINDOW
TRUST SERVICE SAVINC-S ACCOUNTS
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT SURETY BONDS
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
J RAYMOND CLARK
Mgr Ins Dept
THE FLOYD COUNTY BANK
Vincennes and Sprung Sts
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Mernbe Fede al Depost I s a ce Co porat o
Free Parklng Lot Service For Our Customers
For the Best In Musucol Instruments
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BEST TEACHERS EXPERT REPAIRS
DURLAUF MUSIC SHOP
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Wllllam S Mook
Phone 4 3286
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
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Kimball Puanos -
Admlrmg some ofthe shmmg snlverware which Mr E M Furlong I Shovvxns'
them are Sandra Sue Smith and Gladys Payne
J O ENDRIS AND SON JEWELERS
HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGH SCHOOL RINGS
WATCHES LEATHER GOODS
CULTURED PEARLS STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE
230 Pearl Street Phone 4 3I33
C S Chllds and Son
KAISERS TOBACCO STORE
P 5 5671 320 State Street Phone 44772
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Bzg Enough to Serve You Your Nelghbor
Small Enou h to Know You
Retailers Supply Company BURT OWENS
WHOLESALE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 1019 Vmcenneg Street
214 East Elm Street New Albany and NEW A' BANY 'NPMNA
phone 4 4749 Phone 5 8922
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326 earl Street Phone - -
North Sade Corner O U 00,6 me
Unuted Stotes Steel Homes Inc
AI Im I ond Students Agree
VI-IE NORTH SIDE IS A
FINE PLACE TO BE
Beouty Is Our Busuness
Lad and Lassle Shop
Phone 4 0321
332 Vmcenne Street
322 V ncennes Street Phone 4 0333
Sl'ATE STREET DRUG STORE
Phone 4 2030
I700 Stote Street New Albony, Indnono
State and Clay Str cts New Albany. Ind.
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Drlve In Theatre
State Road ISO
Two Blocks From Memorial Hospltal
Indlonos Newest ond Funest
Featurlng The Best IH
Cznemascope Pnctures on the
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED WITH
IN CAR HEATERS
FOR WINTER COMFORT
x 428 Phone 4 2294
New AIbany Induana
HESTER B STEM
Grant Lune Road New Albany, Indlono
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REALTOR AND INSURER
3ll Bank Street Phone 4 8812
John Huff Jr Manager
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
The Home Transll'
S E R V E S Y O U
l209 Vuncennes Street New Albany Ind
Quollty Foods Coll
STEMLE S MARKET
Vuncennes at Charlestown Road
Phone 4 Ol3l
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Portrout ond Commercuol
No Parkmg Problem
DIAL 5 8257
Zl lO Beeler Street New Albany Ind ana
For Quick Delivery of All
Evelyn Whnttunghnll Jannce Owens and Gladys Payne listen as Mr Poff
Congrotulotlons ond good LUCK Sensors
explains the merits of these newly styled tables.
Prepared to serve you are employees of the New Albany Apothecary.
WE SELL DRUGS AT RETAIL
New Albonys Only Professlonol Plfmormocy
NEW ALBANY APOTHECARY
328 Pearl Street Phone 4 2832
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF
I7I8 East Market Street
We ore proud thot so mony members
of the student body
ore regulor customers of
A small sect on of tbe lvlutchell store
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y yy Service Company
The Dlumond Store
Vrncennes and Sprung Streets
Phone 4 7686
3IO Pearl Street New Albany Ind
New Albany Induana
Voss the newest patterns In carpeting
WEBER FURNITURE INC
GE APPLIANCES MOHAWK CARPET
MAGIC CHEF RANGES CONGOLEUM NAIRN
DUO THERM HEATERS KROEHLER LIVING ROOM
LANE CEDAR CHESTS MENGEL BED ROOM
3I 5 Stote Street Phone 4 2203 New Albany Indlono
Mr. Robert Weber is showing Jeanne Bernardi, Deanna Chase, and Mary Lou
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THE FLOYD COUNTY FUNERAL
George A Kraft
Thomas L Mulluneaux
Elmer I-I Dueckmann
The Seabrook Co
Groduote to Better Quoluty
eatery I5 eddely
Patsy Ann Market
Where Your Pennnes Hove
Complete Fountoan Service
Soup Chill Sondwnches
Becky s Confectionery
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NEW ALBANY lND'AtIA
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Evenlngs Umm 10 30 p M New Albany Steam Laundry Buuldung
SANDWICI-IES SOUPS Cl-IILI
Pearl and Mann Streets
Bill and Vuvuan Sage Owners
New Albany Indiana
922 Vuncennes Street Phone S 8990
HARDWARE EXCHANGE 1-Rl NKLE MQTQRS
A Complete I-lordwore Store
O L D S M O B I L E
Electrlcol Supplles ond Keys
BIC- USED CAR LOT
We Sell For Less
4 Vuncennes Dual S 762l 2 Mde East of New Albany
WE DELIVER State Road 67 4 7140
THE HOUSE OF DIAMONDS
Down through the years we here at Elgin Bu ova C-ruen Hamulton
dRays have taken prxde nn our merchan Longmes Bemus Keepsake Dlamonds
S d I I847 R C t
We have always featured and shall con pe' e Ogers Ommum y
tlnue to feature the Most Popular Nation Smer and many Orhers TOO numerous to
ally Advertused Merchandise mentuon are synonymous with Ray s
Employees of Rays Jewelry stroll out front to check wxndow dnsplays
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NEW ALBANYS OLDEST SHOE STORE
WITH ALWAYS THE NEWEST STYLES
l2I 7 SILVER STPIEET
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
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FLOQIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY
Finest un Flowers for Forty Yeors
Phone 4 2I3I
Servnng Southern Indnono
For Twenty Yeors
SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
CALORIC GAS RANGES
ZI I ZI7 State Street Phone 4 4633
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BERT R HUNCILMAN
SHEET METAL PRODUCTS
2072. McDonald Ave
Phone 4 I304 New Albany Indiana
Cool Gos ond Owl Furnoces
Repcurs ond Service
I 440 Charlestown Road
Good Toste Is Not Expensive
Complete Decoratung Servuce
Drapernes Curtauns Sllp Covers
I29 E Sprung Phone 4 74I6
TRUNNELL AND BARR
Our service personnel are working together to keep your electrrc power supply
constant dependable low In cost And they re always at your service
to help you get the most out of electrucuty In every possuble way
Ronnie Craig ns duscussmg a crednt matter wlth the bookkeepers ot the Public
COMPANY OF INDIANA INC
C-ood Low Cost Electric Service to More Than 700 Cornmunltues In 70
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KA H L S M A R K E T
Phone 4 4273
Oak ond Monon New Albony lndlono
Max C Mason
Jacob C Rudy
Abstract Co., Inc.,
329 State Street
NEW ALBANY, INDIANA
all N SU RANCE
Phone 4 2l82
Res 4 0626
l607 O9 East Market Street
New Albany lndlana
ELLIS A FLYNN, SRA
Ellls A Buddy" Flynn
Betty Mosuer teaches the latest dance steps to
the younger generatuon
BETTE CONNELL MOSIER
609 Vnncennes Street
AUTO SUPPLY, INC
NEW ALBANY INDIANA 506 508 Pearl Street
Phone 4 2455 or 4 l4l7
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
TAP BALLET TOE BALLROOIVI
THE SNACK SHOP
CHICKEN IN THE BASKET
Hamburgers Hotdogs Barbecue Malts Shakes Sundaes Cones
Jumbo Frred Shrimp Chnl: Delucuous Hot Fush Sandwlches
State and West St New Albany Ind
Hwy l5O at Cnty limits
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Refrugeratuon Amr Conclntnonmg
0 Flame Favorful 0 Carefree Automatnc
Automatuc Cookmg Clothes Drymg
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IIUMBER Two WAY RADIO
Department Store of the
24 I-Iour Service
336 Vnncennes St Phone 4 6444
STEAM LAUNDRY INC
HA3DWAWf DRY CLEANERS
I3Z I36 East Man
Phone 4 6446
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
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NEW ALBANY JEFFERSONVILLE
B R U C E F O X
The Finest ln Gnftwore Decorotnve
ond Serving Accessornes
For All Occosuons
New Albany lndlana 4l7 Pearl Street
Jeanne Bernard: and Mary Lou Voss will add the
fnnal touch to their Easter outfnts wuth a rhune
stone necklace from Bruce Fox
Your Frnendly Store
Buy with Confudence
Satustactuon Guaranteed or Your Money Back
Famnly and the Home
Wearung Apparel Notuons Home Furnnshungs
3l9 Pearl Street New Albany lnd
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Complete Merchandise Selections for the
Fcgzr Fountcnn Service ond
omplete Drug Service
IOII Vmcennes Street
Vernon Mathes Drugs
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Vincennes Street at Charlestown Road
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 4 36I2
Phone 4 4523
OWENS AUTO SERVICE Wolf Gloss and Point Co
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE Two STORES
AUTO PAINT AUTO CLASS
MIRRORS STORE FRONTS
JeffersonvuIIe Indnana New Albany Indnana
724 Sprung Street 308 E Market St
F'0Yd Knobs Phone 5 5636 Phone 3 6220 Phone 4 2264
EARLE EMBREY AND SON
The Builders of New Albony Sensor Hugh
Commercnol Resudentaol Industruol
I24O Vrncennes Phone 4 I063
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New Albanys Old st and Most Modern
Pearl and Sprung Streets
Complete Prescription Service
e Delrver Phone 5 6638
we ft BAKERY
4I4 Pearl Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Plant I309 Oak Street
Branch I 626 Market Street
5 5470 5 5341
BASSETT 81 CRAIG
YOUR NEW ALBANY FORD DEALER
Our modern equrpment ond foctory tronned mechonucs
sove you time ond money on outomobnle
ond truck repours
302 E Morket St Phone 5 5296
NEW ALBANY, INDIANA
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LUMBER BUILDERS SUPPLIES
226 228 Golt Street New Albony Ind
Use Our Number for Lumber
Phone 4 2254
New Albany s Authoruzed Dealer of Orange
Blossom Dnamond Rmgs EIgIn HamIIton
and Bulo a Watches Sheatter Snorkel Pens
Irlon and Wolf Jewelers
l3l East Spnng Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 4 2893
WILLIAM F SHIREMAN
PAINTING AND DECORATING
InterIor And Exterlor
Phone 4 5980 DaIsy Lane
New Albany lndlana
Utz Florlst and Nursery
N Albany Ind ana Phone 4 2832
WILLIAM S BAKERY
BAKERS OF BETTER THINGS
Phone 4 2259 I ID East Market Street
New Albany Induana
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OCCASIONS E M Cummings Veneers,
60I East Fourth
Emery Ice Cream Company Two PLY TAPE EACED VENEER
550 Beharrell Avenue
NEW ALBANY INDIANA NEW ALBANY INDIANA
phone 4 1392 Phones 4 2269 4 2260
EoR SEWING PROBLEMS
Hltner s Service Garage SEE Us
1302 East Oak Sanger Sewmg Center
2I 6 Pearl Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA New Nbany Indiana
Phone 4 2283
LOUIS WOLF MEAT MARKET
Corner Fnrst ond Morket Streets
Phone 406II New Albany Indnono
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FEDERAL HOUSING LOANS
A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
II9 East Sprung
NEW ALBANY Phone 5 6664
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NEW ALBANY LUMBER C0
37 West Frfth
Save where thousands are savnng mullnons
The Oldest Fnnancual Instntutlon In
Unuon Savmgs Assoclatnon
of New Albany
Pearl and Market Sts New Albany Ind
F W WOOLWORTH
Store and Cafeteria
Market and Pearl Streets
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
HARGO OIL COMPANY
GAS AND FUEL oIL
I6OI Ea t Mann Street
I4O East Main Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 5 B937 or 4 OSBI
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Wil' THIRD AND WATER STKEIY
Ronnle Cralg and Phul Cato enjoy an atte noon of Bowling
PEARL OAK BOWLING LANES
529 Pearl Street Phone 5 8007
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
B F GOODRICI-I TIRES
H U RT MARATHON
Dual 5 8025
IO lvllnutes from Loulsvrlle Kentucky
NEW AND MODERN
Phone 5 6978 New Albany Indrana
PICK UP ANID DELIVERY
PRESSINC WHILE YOU WAIT
BROWN DRY CLEANING
A TRY WILL TELL
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Shower Proofed Free
IOO7 Vnncennes Street Phone 4 I582
Walters Pontlac, Inc
PONTIAC AND CADILLAC
LII3 I5 State Street
NEXN ALBANY INDIANA
4 229l 87
'I'A'f??-,fi'3Lf One Block Frorn City Limits
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KARL L. FENGER DOUGHERTY'S
AND SON DRUG STORE
141 E, Main Street 1419 East Spring Street
NEW ALBANY, INDIANA Phone 4-2153
Feed Grinding and Mixing
Dairy Feed-Poultry Feed-Hog Feed M B
Ready Mixed or Supplements
Calf and Pig Milk Replacer L U M ' B l R
13th and Dewey Streets
CO OP ASSOCIATION phone 5 5255
H7 E k New Albany NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phillips 66 Products
24 I-Iour Customer Burner Service
Posing at the Lorclrm Oil Company are Deanna Chase and Mary Lieber
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BUCHANAN5 SMITH AUTO C0
GULF SERVICE G M C TRUCKS
Lorge Selection ot
'Sm and SP 'ng GOOD USED CARS
Phones 4 6469 5 6674
Ne Albany Ind ana D al 5 8094 NEW ALBANY INDIANA
DIXON CLEANERS ROYAL CASTLE
CLEANING PRESSING DYEING
ALTERATIONS EUR CLEANING '636 Mamet Sveef
For Puck up and Del ery
STA NU FINISHING
26 East Th rd Street Phone 5 5729
New Albany Indiana
Roge Ehalt poses by I1 st uck beto e mak ng anothe delnvery
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Thus young lady IS all smlles as she snts In a new Chevrolet convertnble
CHEVROLET And Everything For C1 Chevrolet
New Albonys Fnrst Stop For Top Servuce
NEW ALBANY MOTOR C0
Futth ond Sprung Sts
East 7th and Sprungs Sts Phone 5 656l
Just Coll Thots All
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
THE MEYER COAL C0
I-Iome of Good Cool
Yard Monon R R and Beeler Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 4 7224
Kirk Lumber Company
Lumber ond Bunldung Moteruols
l5th and Elm Streets
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Phone 5 722I
MADDEN S PHARMACY
Oak and Vlncennes Streets
Phone 5 77lI
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CLOTHES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
217-219 Pearl Street
New Albany, Indiana
Highest Prices For Junk
IRON Cr METAL CO.
Industrial Accounts Our Specialty
Your best market for all kinds of
Scrap lVIetal-New and Used Steel
624 State Street New Albany
CLEANING AND PRESSING
QUALITY SERVICE COURTESY
Phone 5 7461 605 Silver Street
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
DEPENDABLE AUTO CO
ST u D E BA k E R
New and Used Cars and Trucks
Wrecker Service and Body Shop
We Never Close
638 52 State Phone 5 5227
KANNAPEL S DAIRY
1801 Eost Spring Street Phone 5 6679
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Worden and Ann IVIIIIer
Wnth You In Mlnd
Gl'CIf Auto COI11pGl1y
DODGE AND PLYMOUTH DISTRIBUTORS
MO PAR ENCINEEPED PARTS
SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 4 6409
323 VIncennes Street
New Albany Indnana 608 Pearl Street Phone 4 ZZI4
COm,,,,me,,,S of PORTABLE EQUIPMENT
ACETYLENE AND GAS WELDING
MANU5 DRIVE IN
"I-Iome of the Dressed I-Iomburgern .
wt Road HOOSIER Jos WELDING
NEW ALBANY INDIANA 6U State Street
Phone 5 8004 NEW ALBANY INDIANA
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SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO
20I Peorl Street Phone 5 527I
NEW ALBANY INDIANA
Lone Star Lumber Co
Where It Is o Pleosure to Buy
Phone 5 5609
Slate Run Road at Charlestown Road
Wllbur L Loftus
Loftus La Duc Company
Sales Exchanges Rentals Appransals
Fire Tornado Haul PIateCIass Automobnle
347 Vincennes New Albany Indlana
M AND M
I4I0 Eost Morket Street
Brewer s Furniture Co
Your Norge and Zenuth Applnance Dealer
Complete Lune of Household Furnnture
ZI3 East Market Street
New Albany Phone 4 5703
,4 Zamplelfe pzmtmq Sewcae
IIIITIDIIIIL PRINTING CUIIIPIIIIII
STEEL DIE ENGRAVING
217 2I-9 E Mann Street New Albany Indiana
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