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

 - Class of 1957

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1- 1 f 1 f ' 4, ' Q I' fe.,fg" In troducing N. N the S7 Uiata 7cr the 770 zdflfany tory new 14f6nm, Senivr High School New 14f6any, indiana X I ! 14 g I I I f fl -1 l'- ll, D1-tlivatillg thc- i957 Yistu to the class of '57 is Pat YYhiteley, editor. Judy IIHSIIIIISHPII, zu-tixitivs valitor. and Lilxlly Davis. assistant 1-elitor. louk in 1-r the- dummy. Trying to figure' rc-vc-ipts from the subscriptions is llixie- Rolwrson.. lmsinvss lllilll1lg'0I'. L 2 fl I li "W S K . v ' f f-fL4LLxu9:x1:'vxSxfa5 ,W-A57 , , , , W' ,,,,., W w,Fwwg5 ,w '15 Y .L Nw, af 2 A M- 3 ., Q I v Q ,J ffff , . 3. W ,M twbux ' ' ' 1 1 'Q fi M, 'qu A Q ,b ff" W fn-1' fv My 135, 124, ff , ,, EL' as'Y A WM., ,Qi , 2 L.,' f- , ,- ffa. , ' f x 1 1 1 2' h.L, my v y 2 ffm 1 5 ' , . E- My ww 5 1- ,, 'W K , , 4,54 pr ---Q W A laboratory and classroom for our agriculture students are maintained in this building. pace . . . n.a.ln.A. Located in Southern Indiana on the Ohio River, New Albany is the site of the first high school in Indiana and the second oldest continually operated high school in the state. The present main huilding was opened in l927. It is the nucleus of all student activity. The gym, auditorium, radio workshop, faculty offices, and many classes are located here. The newest building on our campus is our Mechanic Arts lvuilding. Built in 1951, it houses our vocational classes plus our hand rooms. ln our agriculture building, equipment and facilities are provided to encourage the rural-minded student. The Cora Nlartin building. popularly called the "Annex." is the core of freshman activity. Nlost freshman classes and homerooms are located here. To anyone who has entered the doors of NAHS and walked its halls, it is more than just mortar and brick. It is a place where improvement is imperativeg where the individual may take his place in the group and yet remain individualg where we go with pride and without pressure. X.-XHS is the place our ideals and purpose in life are formedg a place we may enter with fear and leave with hope. The Cora Martin An- nex has served us as an auxiliary building for 14 years. plan . . . u wel uulanced curriculum . . . 1 "Yeni., vicli. vid" is the familiar phrase being ex- plained hy Miss Alive Ranck to the students in one of her first-year Latin classes. Miss Ranek also teaches second-year Latin and hopes to begin a third-year class next year. MN""ffe , , ..-I"' x Yet, facilities and buildings are only a fraction of what makes NAHS. Here the needs and aluilities of more than 2.000 individuals are given great thought and concern. To offer a curriculum that is personal. preparatory, and mwressive is the Jlan that crows and dcvclo is each Year at T' I C' I . NAHS. Courses are offered in five distinct areas: academic, gen- eral. lmusiness, industrial arts, and vocational. lriac-h student, with the guidance of a special counselor. is alvle to taste. explore, and develop tht- possibilities offered. ln this way he finds his proper place. J In the physics laboratory, experiments are per- formed and ideas are born. . . . 14 lla:-ietq f Su6jectA . . . An inter-communications system was set up for con- valescent students at Silvercrest to give them an op- portunity to study civics under Mrs. ,Ioan Jones. ,tw .sw .sta . i ' 1 0' t 2 1 A ky. r Electric typewriters, duplicating machines, and other such devices are used to aid students interested in clerical work and business administration. fu , .QM '15 i it 2 5 ' Mechanical ability aids every future farmvr. Svvera ilgl'it'llltllI'f' stutlvnts are busy rt-pairing farm equip- mvnt. Mr. ,lzunvs W'arrl. the-ir instructor. slips-rvises. H! V sw- ,,,. ,M lad!! 5 ,, 71 H, -Q - I Mr. lirivkson agrees that studying electricity can he a very shocking subject. Thu- art class ufff-rs the SllltlI'lll an nwzms by whivh lu- vun vxprvss-1 ll i lllS0lf. 'N ...Sv Busy at work as he has heen for 27 years is Coach Alex Thom, athletic rlirector. Marvin Oakes. senior counselor, arranges college in- terviews anfl administers scholarship tests. He also uses Kuiler Preference tests aml school records to suggest fields of stufly and occupations. Our teachers serye Us in three yery important areas of our learning. 'lihey are our instructors: they are our von- fiflatltsz they are the guiling forces in tleterniining our growth anfl clevelopment. liaeh stuflent is an intliyitlual whose progress antl prola- lems are measurefl. favetl. anfl almost always solyefl with the eapulmle. sympathetic. untlerstanmling 1-ou nsel of interesteml faculty memlmers. Teacliers stimulate pupils as imliyitluals anti as groups to produce the best that is in them. Teachers encourage pupils in the times of weakness or unc-ertainty. Teavlters are interested in their pupils' 2lt'ltlPYt'llt6lllSf'ltttllt aczulentieully ancl socially. Their influence is far-reaching antl immeasur- alwle in its power to help the stutlent select the way whieh lnest suits his incliyitlnal neetl. teclae Dean of Girls Lucile Paris and Dean of Boys Charles Pratt look over the daily absentee list. . i,re11.5.ff i .V ,, mfs , A ' t . ' I irrigate z.. eg 4 tu igrme , - A jr ag., , - , - ,., 5,5 , fi u.t' . , ,ff x keg: ul in guiding ff x sro A ,af-X, A familiar scene around NAHS is Miss Braeutigam lecturing to her sixth period psychology class. our growth Mrs. Dorothy Hotsinger. freshman counselor, lends Faculty secretaries Mrs. Eisman. Mrs. Platt, and Miss a helping hand to many first year students. Cutler take time off from busy schedule to relax. 'llle purpose 1rl'ulIlts4'llmll lwonrml has always lu-en to guicle zlnml to plan our fm-lmool systeni. lluring the past sm-lnml year. the New Allrany and lfloytl County Stvlnool lloarrls niergecl to form il vonsoliflaltetl svllool SyFlPIII. This SYSUJIII invlufles twenty-one pulwlic' se-liools. anfl is one of tlie first of its kinfl in lnfliana. Xlr. Glen Barlies was mafle superintendent of the C'OIlll1l!IPll svstenl. aml the Svhool Boarcl's IllPI'l1lTPI'SlIlIl was cltanyzerl from three to five rnetnlwers. The imniefliate reason for the f-onsoliflation was the annexation of a fringe HTFR. Hr. Glen Barkes, who has lreen our superintendent for the past three years. greets everyone with a smile. admin! t ation . . . tlwugla t ul Looking over the plans for a new sellool are the members of our SI'll00l lmoartlz Ellsworth Hartley. secretary: Dr. John Nl. Paris, treasurer: Rolnert YY. llarris. presitlent: Covert Heuell. vice presiclent. and Willizun F. Durlvin. S.. At the teachers' meet- VJ L ings, problems are dis- f cussed and opinions - s are talked over. Many new methods and ideas have found their .AQ birthplace in these "'i meetings. ........s.... ., and efficient xx Administration is increasingly necessary in present- day education. Principal Delbert Brown was a class- room teacher and counselor before becoming an ad- ministrator three years ago. He is truly a friend of the student body. 1.0 is X' lf' ' f lm! u Lv Assistant principal Fred Hochmeister has a variety of administrative jobs. As business manager of the ath- letic department, he supervises ticket distribution. In addition to counseling juniors, Mr. Hochmeister keeps the school's financial records. Senior members of Student Council voice their opinions as president Gary Austin presides. The Homecoming parade and dance were the topics of discussion. purpo e . . . to train Atuden tA X6 A Ill0l'li election was held during the week of the na- tional presidential elec- tion. It was sponsored hy Mrs. Jones' senior govern- ment class. Seniors who qualified for Scholarship N's this year found it llvvc-sz-wary to maintain four :Vs und. it' carrying ll fifth sulrjvvt. u If-tier grade of no lowvr than a B. in their roll a uture citi enA 1' "Fm-holzwship. Lezulership., fiil2ll'ill'lC'l'. and Serxiceu is thx' motto of the- Now Al- bany National Honor So- 1-ivty. ., .,,,. 13' , 'a"'h" fm? ar' E 5, , V N1 46- ll' ,L i 5 ,ff f, f 1 X K.' '15 Vp 5' 1 ,' 5 tml 13? , Y Q 1 , l 1 :'f 'I 1 -.I Qnqg, . 1. I V ga .. 4. sit., T1 r As a speclal feature of the Blotter Show a group of semor glrls danced the Charleston hqqw kmhwsqftwmmww F I Rg?AmL gps? Papler mache, crepe paper boards, nails, and a lot of hard work produced the best Homecomln Parade INAHS has ewer wltnessed 'lwenty six organlzatlons sponsored floats to make the parade the largest ln the school s hlstory Thls IS an annual Student Council project va ' 5 '-', f t fi so S c if LHNW Q, V-. V I I i V my ev vm QV 1 1 Q 1 J , ks: Ps at X 1 4 X W W 'V pt V 1 ' ' JA. t ' a . s l ,. as K I, K a .A Q K 4 ' ' . C, . N 1 I . 7 . v . g 1 Y Y. 1 V - . . . . A 5 u . . . o gi Aer ice . . . Covering news events and writing news articles about the school for local newspapers and maintaining a scrapbook are main projects of the News Bureau staff. 4: The polio drive was a major project for thc school this year. Students. teachers., and organizations donated both time and money. Wayne Lar- geant. Ann Jackman.. Connie Holton, and Gerry Lewis plan a canvas for the drive. The NAHS library, containing 10,000 hooks and magazines, gives a valuable service to students. "1-A At one time or another every student makes use of the Bookstore for hook rental or various school supplies. . . . aa awful young adult! ii? The print shop provides the school with facilities to print any material that is needed. It also offers a workshop for printing students. Q' W . A a t sm A 1 if t 51:1 Exercises. new dance steps. and training in girls' sports are taught to the freshman and sophomore girls' gym classes. fn? V, . Mx it y 1, xeywliwl X MM c Z ..r, ig If ff ,. ,, at l LULLDQ1 Tennis. the youngest sport at NAHS, furnishes an- other sport in which the pupil may participate. . . . a healthy, eAponAi6le "Un your nlark, get set, go!" may lie hearcl tlaily at the junior high school pool. Gym classes use the pool throughout the school year. at , 3 A '-v--....,,,,. we 4 mb , if? i Xl TU 1 1 Z 5 , r i i X .fs 'P' in In the school cafeteria. an average of 1.100 students and faculty memhers are served daily. Making full use of this service are these upperclassmen. indi du I The clinic is supervised hy Mrs. W'inifred Buchman who keeps health records for all students. Gnnrl health. alnng with uthcr favtnrs. aids the student in heing stu-ecssful. Realizing this fact. XAH5 has deyelnped a prograrn in which pupils haye an nppnrtunity to maintain guod health. During: the freshman-snplnvnnire year a student is re- quired hy lays tu participate in the physiral eduvatinn pru- gram unless physivally handicapped. ,tiring with N.-XHF facilities. the physif-al edu:-ation vlasses frequently use tht- juniwr high swimming pnnl. Our valneteria has a great influence upnn the student's health. It prnyides a lialanverl mcnu in a clean and vhecrful atmosphere. The elinim- takes many preeautinns tn prntef-t the student's X health. Allllltlg these are physical exams, eye exams. chest ' X-rays. and TB patch tests. Nlrs. liurhinan, nur se-lnml nurse. c'miflu4Jterl a pnlinmyelitis suryey. K X. This year NAH5 is t'1lIlfllll'llllQ a test fur l'lnf'f-phalitis. otherwise knuwn as sleeping sickness. This year was the first time New fxlliany and l7lnyd tinunty hate attempted 21 test of this type. The infurniatinn gained from the study - will aid physieians and the Health Department in setting up a prngrani In protect the r-nnnnunity frum lfiiveplialities. Qemor 'llllXlllP9 were Xdlltlfl mlm of them hrourht retoffnltlon to the School 'md to llltll' pfutlelpmt- OUl5ldHfllI1U amonff the f 'xetlxltle were the lan e t hom: eomlnv parade 111 the Qchool hlatorw the L11 play Tea houae of the Xufruat Hoon wlth 1 mat of approxunatelx 10 QCHIOFQ and our -emor xarletx Qhow wlth the ,lfielxle Gleaaon theme e 516611 mr Q o 1 o Jroc une The lxmfr and l X th pI'0flllKtl0Il was the l'llAftSl exel to he put on hx NAHS One wax -ta11Q were put into uae lu the Student COLlIlCll were hullt on the front lawn hs memlmere of the XOC2ltlOIl3l C a-Q t1lQ S JTIII r e stepe were lnamer wx t f 1 avea o tl ss s 1 llttllllllll 1 t e L 1 IP Nemor rfple-entltlon HI the Xltliillll Honol Nouetx wa 75 wlth l9 two xeal Il1t'l1llHPl Tluee of the Student 0UIll1l o flffl w Q P11101 t 70 :mor IFLCIXPI Seholirehlp N re alt The Semor Cla A Une of the semor larry lhlhoxer won flrst PFIZC ln the lalls C ltles Arc '1 X outh l ilent l'xh1h1t w 1th one of his p11nt1nfY H1 pr1Le wa a flee tllp to hyd'-hlIl0'l0I'I DL A emor won the Wranf le1 Lup Conteat thu Qpr1nU and an NROTC eholarshlp waa awarded to one IH the claw Th1S paat QIIIUHIEI one of our how reeelwecl a trip to the LW and an XIII' Qeholarahlp w aa won hs another classmate John Bott won the lar feat Qcholalehlp exer to he preaented to a tudent ll New Albam Sexents Nexen awarda and Qchol1rQh1pQ were Unen to memlmera of our tla on SPIIIUI' flaw Dax eluchnff bel Canto ueen bandra ltrecht and Nlarllyn Hudfrln Prom queen the N ltlonal C h nnplon-hlp iw nd went to the xlfle team thu- xc ll rlhe 1 oll teim won the NIAC tltle and the track team won thelr qtttlllllil the 0ppU!lUIlltlB th ll haxe heen offered the 99th ffradu dllllff clue and the re ponalblhtlee Ulxen them should help them to Grow 1nto exen more mature lndluduala W caring the cap .md gown IS the most important part ol es erv aemor 5 yt lr 0 O C 0 K . 1,Vv I iv' E- f Y A U' K U.. . . . 'hr .. X. K x. K...2 K1 ,L W Hz IV.. 1. V . 'Q 4 . r 5 S' L h 'l l 5 ' , '15 S " ' . I rs' .S -l Y' S I l' in xi l D 1 ' l' lr l -" 'S 1 -': -zsS " S l' V 7 5 ' W A -f .ee .ov 1 " Y' - - t' - f f 5 5 ' ' . " ' -r. ' -. r S , A . C it A , 1 W L . M S . vi . Y X A W. t V. M L , 4 , . , Tha fl 1-l a l music department. 1' ml ined f rr-es to l Y ' 5" ' ' no W' ' 1 l ' " H F ' Yi a cast of over lllll. this S i ' V 4' , , , -. , - , Q - , . ' , ' ss f " , .r The Future Farmers landseaped the lawn. and new' Steps HW flufxml titles were besmwefl upon Sfmof glrls ln' . . ' 1 N ' N ' , l 3, lf if ' g.. 'l'h 5 . ' f' -,l lr he -l Q f D' ' - '55 an '37, Class of '57 ulro hought a spotlight for the H , ,I ' V1 a ' 7 ' z 'a ' ' , -' , au l' " is h 'lass gift. 'Wa '. ' rr ' 1 ' - f I ' ' Tl : ' '- ': a' ' Ka' z 'Q " U' A V i' 'sff. " 's. .' Q ' ' "5 z ' L. - C' " f' fs 'er' S ' 's. anl L sf' 'S ' I "Z, tag. 5 .' - U" .N a . ' , 'S. C ' ' ' ' -- Y x ' . . v ' 1 ' 1 . ' - v - ' '- V L ' 1 I Srl - Mg' K, I K r 5 vl9Z A coke party for all seniors and parents was given lmy llr. Barkes. school superintendent. left. He and Mr. McCaffery help serve refreshments at the conclusion of the Class Day program. aw-A 8 S r I Rollert Lipps. New Albany Rotary president. gives Larry Evans a plaque and medal for being selected the outstanding senior lrov. Newly crowned Prom Queen Marilyn Hudgin and junior Class president Barry Austin. prepare to dance in her honor. Attendants and their escorts are Jack Hunter, Margie Brannon, David ill'0Slll'ltlt'I'. Sandy Fultineer. Barry. Marilyn. Put W'l1iteley. Larry Fiscller. Vera Seipel. Gary justin. and Steve Yon- Allmen.. NIarilyn"s escort. ws- ,512 -, .CW L. WF? ww wr . A ,Y in . ,, 'L ink' f A ,uf My J My ff, , . f, H. 5,4 an 1 'n J, km, YQ. , X-,xl ' - an 3, L for , 3 w pf a 3 if K 3 GA ggi l E 4 i ,V I ,, . 5 I if fin - Vfzw..-...ani Y L 'N x 1 X , Q 3 E. 1, 1 k V f 'ff' X . si W 4 Aim ' Q Q ' '14 15235, . K . W if Members of the school hoard, administration, and faculty enjoy a picnic sponsored by the High School Parent Teacher Association. The family affair provided an informal atmosphere for discussions and conferences MISS JUAN NI. fXRTliRlil'RN, l-fnglish XIISS NIXRY .l. Xllll-1NS'l'lClN. English NIR. WIESIJCY A. l3Xl.l., S fvr' iul Studies MHS. YIRGINIA lillllll-IRS'l'.Xl-'l-', .Xrt MISS JESSIE RLTH BUHB, lliulogy MISS RUTH HRAI-lL'l'lG,Ul. Social Studies, Psychology MRS. Gl.0Hl,X K. BROWN, Home Economics MRS. WINIFRIEIJ l!l'illlNI'XN. School Nurse MR. lifllllilirll BYRY, llirector of fluiflnncc a Bill. liUl3l'IR'l' E. CXRTER, Choral Director Nlll. 0Ylll l1llUll3l-LHS. Marching llanfl llire 51155 JXNE Cl"lll.lfH. 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' ' S1 1 1 sz 'ri- '- ', l. res.. ' .5 . . . C .1 fel, 's '1 Ng s S. Yl.lS.1, . P: . 1- .5 ' l lv li A. , -., -v C,-XR' . f . . I, YHIL1111' ,I 3 , 1 4 ' 3 ' 'Q B . . . ' V' '-- I fl Q 3 f' 5 4g CI 9 ROI I . .f 1, "1 Ii ll I: ' J "Z '- ':. s' 3 .. '. . I I. . T es. FRED ATWOOD-Square Dance. A A A A L ii. .I Y 4 .- .- Y: , S-Q DE: Sr. lx. l .g .' ' ' ' . GXII ' XUSTIY .'I111Ie11l C 11n'iI,I'1'e-s.: ' ' , I - ' g 4 I1aII: V 'stl' gg Hi-Y. Sgt.: ' 'siti' , W . ' 3 .a 1 g ,. A 'Afe 'g' :.g's ' 4s.g f ' I . IIUQ' I 'g ll"--I 1 Ing 'I1I, '- 'g ' I'II. ' .- ' . I ' .4 ,Q 4 4 g ,4 s ' ' ,IAM If 1. BA'1',,I'.ffR'fI ' I, s.g Ya 5' I' fg '. . C0 el , I v I, If I If , I ,' 1 . In 0.1 ' 4 ' Q, Fvl 1- 'ship X3 Delut- CIIIIIQ ' I g " ' Cl IJ. Semen! Our senlor class officers, who presule at executlwe commlttee Ill80lll'lgS and other senior ac tnltles, are Sandra Utrecht, secretary Pat Wlhlteley, presl dent, Steve WonAllmen, treas urer, Sandy Fultlneer, vlce president FEORGE BANET .ILNE BARR Booster Trl H1X Scholar hrp 'N DOLORILS BAUNICARDWFR NIARGARLT BEACH DARLFNF BEXINEIF TIIHIX Chap Cholr bel Canto Where Charlu- bootel FTA DAY lD BEST RONALD L BEZY Dance Club H1Y ANNIE BICGERSTAFF Fr Actors .lr Actors Pres R3dl0H1 News Student Theater Sec Speakers Llfe Wnh Father BUNKX BINFORD National Honor SOCICIW Sr EY Co Jr E AIARILYN BIB Trl l'l1X FHA DF Trea Square Dance 800131 Dance G A A BILL BISHOP Spanlsh flub A Pres X1 ta Staff Soual Dance Square D1nce Bovvhn Club Sec C o c o I 3 . .- A -- - sg '- '-'Q 5' f. . . Y- 3 '- . DENOLA BELCHEHf-Art Cluhg Boostersg French Clubg Tri-Hi-Y. Ca? Student Coulilg Jr- Red Cross, pres'-lf JCL PES. ll l X' l w JOAN BLXCKISTON X1 ta Slxft FKA St Boo ters Trl french Club JXCR BOHXVNON H1X Treac Plloto raplls Pre Band Tennl Baeketball D-XRBEIL BONIFHN Intramural Ba lxetball Kid BONIVN Fr Dranxatu Jr Mtore Xrt lub HBRNIXN BUTT Hxx Proudenme Hlgh School JOHN BOTT Rrfle Club Executlwe Offlcer Screme Club National Honor Socretw Jr Ex Co 'NIXRIE BOWEN PAT BOWERNIAN' G48 DE FBLA Socral Dance Square Dance PXT BOW NIYN Square Dante Fl X NIXRX JXNIE BRAITLING-Rnfle Club Gxrls Basketball Team Glee Club Our Ladw of Nlercy Academy D U ID BREEDING-FF X SHIRLEX SLE BROCK Boo tere FN-X Trl HIX JOHYXX BROOKS H1H CHXBLES BROWN Square Dance Sec R1fleCluh Bowling Club Glee Club Boo ters Nl-XRH XXV BROWN Spealxeri NHll0Ildl Honor SOCIPIQ Clxolr Soexal Dance Scholar hlp 'N SXNDX BROWN Student Theater Us S1 ter Flleeu S EX Co Boo ter Llfe Wltlx Fath r B-XRBXRX BULLINUI ON Square Dance Boo ter HERNIXN BUSH Bl D BX Rl LX H1 X Square Dance Boo ICF JYNICE CXLLOWXX SCICHCP Club CRX J1 Red Cro Dramatn. Jr Xctor A A' A A f f- fa lg . .lg .3 S g '-Hi-Y: ' 'g A l -' .P '- g' I5-3 2 s: . ' . A A . . T- 'sd . A Y . . tl! . ' ' "sg , . ' ag A C . Y Y A , '. 'Q Y' , ' . l A T ' s A' 'Y ' . 1 ' ' -V A 3 K ' . A ' A A r - A A 1 g . Q ' ' 5 ' t ' T ' ' ' , 1 A ' - - 1 Q MARJORIE BRANNON-Tri-Hi-YQ Boostersg Student Council, Sec. J ' 7 '- 5 .5 fA g '- '- '. 7 , 1 . ' H n - ' . A N A 1 ' s -a 1 v 3 s . , 5 A . ,A f-, ., A,-e . ,.r. A. , S sg 'S ' " S ." A A A Y f ' ' A'--' ' 3 5 S. l Y A J lv '- 'g .' 'g S A A' 'I ', g '-Q ' l 3 5, , 1 '. ' ssg Fr. ' "sg . : S. planned many year end act11J1t1eA The qemor Exvvutne fom mlttef- G 111.1111 project for the year wan lo select the Senlor bracluatlon COIIIIHIUBPS RFNNFIH LANIP QHXRLFS l' LONDlxX P11011 boo lvl: Whereb Charhe DORIS I X'NTl4lx bquare Dance TIIHIX FN X Boo tels ,IOXLE QONDRX Boo IPI JI Red Cro Fl-X PV-X C Xl Ill N VXI F LUNKXIJ Slltlcll Dame JOXII LH Xl-FIV XLIJ Nl KUUPI-lx J1 l 0 Mlm Photo fd 1 l'r ljldllldlll ONNI- KUNIBS J1 lwml ru Illllx SHIHIPX LRXDX a 0 4 0 o o - o o o Dqll lll llpXRllUl.l.--Smtiul Da 11f' eg Sciv 11l' e Clllllg Rifle Club. KAY CONDHX 'l'1'i-Hi-Y: .lCl.: S frcf ial Dance. N.-KN 1, l ,l. V-DE. 7. f ll 1 ' Q -f ' ' . "li ' : N. RUQNA . .' I, 7 IV- '. lim Cr ss: Jr. : 1 g'ph.' YX gl -. ' cg SSI 1 1 1111. Y ' 'Y Y N nl. BETIII CR ANI' DON IININIINS Il Y Na ity 'V WIPSIIIII Cofaptanl Square Dance Iklxlxt IIIRIIS Track Cm s Countrx D-XII' CYPHFRQ Band HiY I DXII X l'ootr.1 mtv f ll cnc 1 Dcnn mol Ji I Nlnhi n I XhRX DSI IIUI FR F1 DFJIIIEIIILQ Ir Xctol qtudent Theater 54 fluh Pie Ju fdl t Ta t With ou Whmc Llldfllt' DOW D-VNIIIQOXI qtllldlt' Dmce Muic Xpplvcmtlon Qtmlcnt Theater DUID DSI FIIIHIW IIBBX DSI IS Nlantlr- of Ixnoxs ed P Scholarhlp NI National Honor Souety Speaker N t Stall -X t F QIIIRLEX DXIIS-Tr1H1X Q t Boo ter Choir Yista Staff Where s Charhc BOB DIILNI Trick Qocml Dance ,IERRX L DIHN HIE Bnhle Club Track Photo raphy Jr Lo Sr EY C RUNNIIL I' DIHN Bllmlr' Lluh IIRRX DINIQOXI Bd ldll II Y Qt QIIIIHIP Ilancc JXNIF DICKNIXIN Bal Canto Pies fllttll' Svc Radio 'IIN 91 r l'llf'Pll SIIIIICIII Theater Ndtioral Honor Sonic-tx Dll I NI XXI mon cr T Ili I Nu ml Du IENE DILNLX T I HIT Sec r cc ro Fr Ira nmtit Student Ioum ll SHARON DOIN I Tri Ili H FNX BARN DOL! I In-Il fro Tul 1X DOI OPI-S DORSLI TIIHIX Pre Speaker National Honor Societx Band Radio I' If i-'g Irs"ig 7'4'g, "g ' TON q . 7--' I'Il: Del' Illl : Fr -I Chlh: Ig High SUI . l 'lI'1i!. , " 'ga . rt 3 tfff-YI ' 1-w T'kk'I: 'Y "1 ff . ','-,' ' rlgg, s'.:I"' .I " Ig .' Q ' sg is a .' I, . ss' , .ilitull CLIFFORD DlfAI.fHi-Yg Student Council: Wrcstlingg Varsity N. ' . I - '- 'g ' 5 'Q g 'g . Ex. ' 3 . I. io. . Y I. , .---wrg i-',,g.g, ' 4 . .I , . I- I 'I' . 1 .3 I .: ' ' :SX I' .uste- ,IOY . . I . -- ll sl sg l"NfXg FT,-Kg ri- '- ': .' zicc, EAR .D f ' '- r'- '- '. .' '.: DE: .I. R IC is: . I '- I-IIXR , .-. r. ' I 'ssg '. enjoyed tlneuf fmt prom on the Nalalvn The qteamer Avalon wlll be recalled lay all seniors, both thelr Junior and QCUIOP Proms were held aboard IIS decks IFYNI Dl FR P1 Dramatlm T11 H1 H B00 ter TONX DUFFY UE LOl1lLS Dl NN JLI Nlu lk -Xpp1ec11t1o11 lr1H1X -Xrt Llub VVWX DXSOXI Studs-nl Cilllllfll gLll0l11lSlllIJ V ll11l'l1X X l' FNS ou tm Fr D1.1111.1t14 blk T11 H1l TX Band NIORIUNI ILDIIN Football RXRXN EDW XRDS C XX TIIHIX Msta Staff Spambh Club ihnago H1 h 5Ll'lU0l RLTH-XXVI' LHXII ,ll Ql1eerleade1 Booler French Club 11X xlld NIERX N lllN B ke ld H Y Y P Wran ers C Xlil l' PPI' HSUN P1 ljldllldllib Jr Nctol Student Theater It 1 lou lan! Take lt Wlth You 'Nly Sxater E1leen PX-VNS 11 hm ra" Pl'-X Y es X IWXNS I v S Lx Lo wfdllgel r Q- oolra H15 er C U o o a o o o . I 1 , l ' ' '.3 A s': . ' 'z ' 2 M 4' l' v9 A ' . Tri-lg 'Z 5: ilri Aflmi 'S' Staff. 7 M N7 A l 1 1 1, 1 --N F ' Z - ' ' 'C l 19 V I' ll ,HM F. Y- 'a's'. as' tl ' ll: i- ', V. 1165.3 ' gl Q Speukersg liouslersg Bookstme. Studem Qjmmcil. ' ,lllll ' I-XD I. s 'sz . 'A A '. , : '- Vg F .g 5, ' j Q ,ff Y. -- - 'g-3 ' A w - . ' . P'-s.g ll'-Y: " ' Q' ' ' ' Y "5 H1 ' '1 ' f' A " 1 ' J- - mimi, 1 Ylll'L'lxZ .lv ' 111.4 '. Pr . l,:XKll ' l . . .' ,r. lfx. Co.. N. Pr s.: Qr. '.'. l .3 ' ' l 's, 'l' f-als.. N. Pr ag F l llg '- ', S '. ROI1EhT Q IWVION Square Dmm H1H ICI Band Trea D111111 XIKIJOI Lou blee Club ISXIJIXRX I' XIIII Bel Ldlllll XII State 0r1I1e Hu fhmr Ouhe .1 lll ll 1 IS ll 1 lXl1NS X FFNTBPSS III 5111111 II11I1 Tleu X I'I'N I'I1I SS 1 K t ll IILP ll xIIIX I' IT 111 9 91.111111 Llnb ec ue- I S I141I.1 h 1 JIIXN N 11 .mm I I'I1I'D I-I:l! IxIII' I' Inlr1n 1I Hu Ixellma FFK ec 1 DI1 X Fl If PINK LXRHX I'I5I III'Iw F 01I.iII Studert Xl 1 boclal Dance ,I1 UYNN FISIIII I1eI 1.1 11 P11I1 Speaker Student Theater S Sexlellc 1 ld Ilh N I XHX PIOIIX Fr Jfllllllll I mo er 1 core nchl Ir1 1 'N-XTHXIEX F0QI'I4h Natnnnal Honor 5001612 Bel Lanto Speukrr LI11111 Radu XIIIQIC flnteel I r lflll fa 1 ll N Ulll lll IJ11 SISXN XNWX FIIRFRQON FIX IH FII IINFI I1 IIIS fI1eeIP11I1r Llp Tm H1X Jr X 1 1111 S111 fonnm 1I 1916 10111 comm Q111 en s nv Inrx 1 IDXII I IxhIUTf N 11.11 .Ill gllPI1lF CIllIl Truck Band NIXRX XXX FXRXIN ISR Atr' : A51-I I1 ishig 11 ksI11'e.f I I I A I A IJQXIF " '.I.'I.l'1Y GAR I ' iff- -, I,:.'a1 I . US.: DF. XIX' 'I Y' I ICI.: II'-Y: II1suQIe1's: ,Ir. FY. Cu. IIUII I-IEIWZIISIJN Stlllllf' Il: 1114: IIE-Y: IJQ1 '. CI I1. NIXIV' I-'IfSS1l,fI311s1e1-sz -Xrt CI I. fee.: . ' V' . S '. Bill fl11I1: .'1- -rs ig X IIAXI' IN. I'II':IIIZ"S.llL1l'f' IJ' --1 .-Xrt ,lIuI1. XIII' I I1 'I'I'I'7 'I'1'L11'k: 1 llll'i 'S' II: .' . S .L II'-Y S,-KN 'V 'f"',-- : DIC. g "'.'l II- 0 z'.,f l,g'.ZI.' A g'.Ex Cu.: Yursily Ng Xislu Stuff, ,I CI--' I'l1I. .g, S:.' , ' g N.fIII,' Q 1 -: Clluir: IINIILII' S1 ' 1I1lsic'. 1I.- I I. .--- . I 1 :Wsg Art ,II11l1g I' st sg Jr. KI .: Fre ' ,II11I1g " '-H'-Y. ,IqXN'I' FU'I'III'IIIUII1I. II st rs: ,Ir. ,X'lors: IIL1 I: FIIIA1 .Iusiv II 'L S11-'al 1109. SSN I -Nav'-' I I.: '. I: I.: '- CI.: Se1'w Clnss N. Pres.: LIP!!! Y 7 I 9 ' ,Lx III 'I'II ANY flbXI'IIlNIfH' Iilllll ' IILIIICPZ ' '-H'-Y. RAN .. IX" '--flu-V D' reg ' Q : ' . partzczpated fn commumtq Apvmwred unct1vnA Tw enty tw 0 NNHS stuilc nts participated ln the Hoosier Girls aml Boys State program this p abt summer This project IS sponsored by ilu American Legion and Lbglllll Auxllxary annually Wll l IXNI Xlll ll'LTNlXlXFl 'NUX I lxX'Nf Il ll Square U ILC Pre lil 1-IIX Lilo! Ill x rm c un one l tlllcl ll X: lldfllll leen lun: Ndtundl l'llIl0l Suuelx Nome of ljCI11ULldlA bhXNl S ufm lhutt L Lonu I O I O 0 O o o o DAY - I,. Clit-Will-I WSL gl-:' Cl NAN GIBIES 'fri-lli-Y: Speukersg Band N1 lt 5 .tif Ht-XRHlli'l'T I-1. lQll.l,liY Sp:-akerr, Tum Et lux CIP? Klub btudeut lqunul rm fhg Nlan Who Lame '1jrPas.:' Red Cross. Pres.g Radio leen luuc td Std lo Dmnel ll.-Xl V1 'Q - looslelsg Fr:- Staff Ldltor HLXN flLLlXll I lllll Ll lr1 1 RONNIIA fUl'lulLl Dame Sllkldl Dame WILLIXNI HXESELEH Rrfle Cl h ,IOSN HXNSON FBLA Trea TIIHIX Trea Nec. boo ter Sr EX Co BOB HARBlbON HXRRX HARRISON French Club Proudence llrgh bchool bt Xauer Hlgh School SHlRlEY l' HARlJEbTY PXT HXRUPI lNf Where Charlre Boo ter Square Danc N IL Hour lrl H1 X C mr 'IOXI HXRNION H1X lumblmg Track Ba ketball CHXROLHN HARPER Square Dance Soclal Dance l'rencl1 Club X Pre FBLX B1 lxetball Captam GERALD HARRIQONI Football Baseball Band Ba ketball CHARLES HXUBER Square Dance BILI HXXS H1Y Football Radio GEORGE C HXXS hrfle Club FFA Scrence Club Football W 'S H XX5 Fl' X Senunel Rllle Club Football BILL HEINZ Nmateur Radio Bomlmg Photo raphy Square Dance IONI HLNDRICKSON H1Y ED HENEHAN ,I-XNICE HPRRON Dramatic FTA DICK HILTON Rrfle Club hObl:,hT HOBXCK H1Y L b HOClxl'h ' . A . 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PN IULILIP HOWLLION MIK .IUXLIL HLBLXR N XlxllllN llllljl IN Hoo lels Sr lwx C0 lr1Hll SHLLBX HLVPHHLX Hll Slllfl6lllc,0ll11Cll lwotlmll bd lxet a lx UNI i mn Pl lrm Student L0llIlLll 9 lx Cr 1 ra .1 V 'N X5 Sport Lastel 'NIH Ill HI LX Hoot r llelvdl Llulm l0LlI'lldll ul SDPCLI lull btdff U I I O R' 'Hur . fl, 2 Q - Q il. . 'l ' 1- ' 3 '- '- ', ' xg " 'sg 12. .l, ' ,. ' 7 , .Q P- 5 N. nf. . .g " '- '- Y. .fu .bu .A '-4 -g 5 'g CONf I ,' r --" '- '- ', ' .Q Spb' ' sg Jr. C1., g ' ' ' '. lQYlCl,YN Hl'N'l'lQH Houslersg Tri-Hi-Yg Jr. Ex. C04 French Club. l Q f ' f If 'sg '- '. JUL' H l7"lil -W' gl 's, " 's.g .' ', -'g Qr. 'mg 1 . . , , N, V, , W lli-Y, Clap.. 'l' 1-s.g ff .' f AA A L . WX'. 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Aupported the AclwolA organgatwna Elvis Presley and all' What some people fmd ln a locker when lt comes tlme for locker lnspectlon' Tom Dally, Susan Fulkerson, John Qchroefler, Herman Bolt, and Lmda Wls dom had qulte a time cleaning out then' lockers NILLSOY A THUNIRS Soclal Dance HIX PHXLLIS THONIPX5 CX-X l'rPas Pre TFIHIX Trvd Natlonal Honor SOCICIX Dk Lonsenllon 1936 Radm lm meer NIT-X 'IHONIPSON Cholr wlbld Staff Where Clldfllfm Tr1H1Y Boo ters ,Ir Xctors BEYERIY ANN 'IHURNI-KN Qnholarslnp N H 0 ters I-NX 'Nlu IC Hour BILL TISCHFNDORF Rlfle Llulr Y Pre Warm N glllflfdlll f40LlllCll Radlo V Pres Jr Ex Co Sr Ex 0 PHYLUS TONILIIN F'l X l'rlH1X K Z' if X x x IU l l 11 I Nllllllldl Hamm ULIB!! UR X l'l hl'C Hl r 1 P e Bel Canto Sen Boo ter .1 londl Hunux So lelx l' C Sr hx n l l'NlJ X l l IINRBXLK Boo tel Krt uw hX JXNI' X XRNl1h PN X 'llu la Hour Hoo ter LXROL bLE NUI Plnlxl' STPXIL NON Xl LXIPN Ndtnunal Honor SOLIHIN r Lld re HX IP rm nent funu n Wrmler Pnl ' 0 O I . 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' . . . . ound their inal year prominent and 6ene icial Exchange class cards w h me lS heard very often among the senlors Besldes cards, semor plctures have he come a fad wlth the NAHS seniors Mary Stumler and Bill Bishop are exchanging theirs NORMAN WRIGHT Fr Dramatlcs Student Councnl H1Y V STEVE YARBROUGH XRLIN YOUNG PEGGY ZELLER Rnfle Club Sec Tr1H1Y Sec WILLI-VXI R ZURSCHNIIEDE Bowlmg Club HIY 6' it as - . . . D ' O 0 . - - ' 9 's '- , Pres.g Sr. Ex. Co. A L 1 . v -Z .' I' 1 - . A . I -- ' 3 '- . iff Y 1- 45 'G-1-'Q Favs One of the important committees for planning graclu- ation is Caps and Gowns. Mr. Hartman is measuring Bill Tisellellflorf while Sandy Reelus aml Anna Dyson look on. These girls are members of the Cards and Announce- ments Committee. They have the jolv of meeting with the representatives of the ilifferent companies ancl ileeicling on the style of earll. type of print.. and quality of paper to use for our 1-arxls aml announce- ments. Here Atand their recordA and aclrievemen M Applying for membership in Quill and Scroll. international honorary organization for high school journalists. is this group of yearhook anal newspaper editors: llaralyn YYolf. Pat XYhiteley. Jo Hahn. Lilnhy Davis. ,Iucly Ras- mussen. anrl Dixie Roberson. Al. 5.2116 Tourney Queen We K Candidates and queen of the '57 Homeeoming celebration were Bobbi Roy. Marilyn Hudgin. Sandy Fulti- neer. queeng Saundra Drabing, and Margie Brannon. 010' queem . . Honors were bestowed on Marilyn Hudgin when she was crowned the first S.I.A.lf. Tourney Queen of NAHS. The queen and her eourt are Saundra Dralring. Marilyn Hudgin. queen: Linda Osborne and Sandy Fultineer. ' 1 'H Candidates and 1957 Varsity Basket- ball Queen were honored at a dance sponsored by the Art Club. Bobbi Roy, Sandra Utrecht, Pat Whiteley. Queen Margie Brannon, Vera Seipel, Marilyn Hudgin, Bonnie Benbrook, and flowergirl form the court. charming, beauti ul and gf-acioaA Kawlzetball Queen Junior Varsity Basketball Queen Bonnie W'ade was crowned by Sonny Wfrigbt. ln her court were Kitty Fer- guson, escorted by Jim Daily, Vicki Zahn. escorted by Bill Shofner, Vicki Hahn, escorted by John Martin, and Phyllis Haney, escorted by ,Iim Hart- field. J. U. KaAleet6all Queen QC fs .nn , .va 2,-. 'l uniom 0 'Q ,. ..- 1-LT , Q l' , X . , V . 3, 4' Janet Adam jim Adams Frank Adams Carol Agan Larry Agan Don Akers Yoncille Akers V, ,,-1' QW if , - ,A ij, V, 5 V ,AIH VV Danny Albertson Norma Allen Betty Ambnrn f v Z .. .- , W.. .B 7 larf B A A " l"' , Fa? B B W "' M ' 1 B yf X. .JP sg: Y? Lv! Lucy Anderson Bettv Applebv f- " " ' ' ,, ' 1 , fn v. -7 .N at E , B C 1 at to C llell enr B + f f"" f A 'if ' A Maurice Areltibald 5 Jtblllllly Armes , . 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W if l Z-,N Q, " . S if V' Z 1- 5 F 1 . " ' ' wif G sr' 9 S ' l ii: P' 2 S , fl S ' 1 I f r 7' 15.1 H . R I ,195 4 . 'N . ' ' , J 'ux my E, , , 3 3' -b E -' I ' 4+ l ' , ' A . Q Q 1 - The 'llnderclaumen . . . Guilding to the top . . . lfavli semester hrings the underelassmen a little hit Closer to the honored title--'fSeniorf Ear-h semester also offers the underelassman many ways of heeoming more a part of his svllool. of her-oming a more aetive individual. of heeoming a more responsihle person. During the first two years of high sehool some of the home rooms eleet offieers. hut it is not until the junior year that the elass eleets offieers. As hosts for the ,Iunior-Senior Prom. the juniors deter- mine where the hig event will he. This year. as in several past years. the Class voted to have the Prom on the Steamer Avalon. To keep freshmen and sophomores from heing eompletely left out. the Student Count-il sponsored a lfreshman- Sophomore. This year was the liourth year for this event. The freshmen and sophomores eagerly antieipated the oecasion. sinee it was their first sehotrl-sponsored formal danee. Ylany assemhly programs are giyen espeeially for the underelassmen. The freshmen have their own academic ad- viser in addition lo their homeroom teaehers. This year the Freshman Class taeliled the magazine drive. In past years the entire student hody partir-ipated in the drive. The profit of 3333.31 was earned for their class treasury. A junior won the ,lay-tiec sponsored "I Speak For De- mocracyi' oratorical Contest and a sophomore eopped third plaee. Both speeches were well-given and they showed under- elassmen made a strong representation in the aetivities of the school. We were proud of the seventy-nine seholarship Ys earned hy our underelassmen and equally proud of the forty-four Honor Roll students. Seven out of eight girls who reigned as Prineess Of The Air Wiaves were underelassmen. This aetivity has heen spon- sored for the last two years hy the Student Couneil in order that away hallgames may he hroadeast through station WNAS-FM of NAH5. Traditions are passed from one 1-lass to the next: in this way the l1IltlE'l't'lHSSlllt'Il are directed on the road to graduation. "Lots of study. hard work. and plenty of fun" is the motto of these three freshman girls. Here some of the underelass- men are shown returning from the auditorium after a very enjoyable assembly. 4? Ea,.l'al1!,p" f A332 ' .V 4 I QQ gn I vi 'Sryf . 55,1 Qi' "Got that.. Barbara?" asks Junior Class President Barry Austin of Barbara Craig, secre- tary. Vive President Jerry Very seems to be having quite a eonversation while David Ramsey. treasurer. looks on. Seen below are the members of the junior Executive Committee. Row l: ,In d y Raney. Phyllis Davis. Linda Kieser, Carol Sue Barrett, Joyce Owens. Wonda Box. Sue Saddler. Henrietta Young. and Sherry Doughten. Row 2: Douglas Doughten. Dennis jenkins. David W'hiteside. Ronnie Hartman. Tim Payne. John Bays. Bill Hawkins. Jon Nlathes. and Louie Goebel. 2 i 9 Q i 3 Z 7 5 1 1 iiiz 2 'E 5 5 ef t MY A-f-Q h ,, V. HEGVWQ' 'CdfmP'4A 1 ll :'f ,. as 'fllvi 'Q s L Vg in 1 'D S 'va Q1 Q + as .Ns w '42 ,-1 I 4 MWA-100' ' 12:42, , Wwnnq...,,"s 3 Q , p O O 01-gangatzona rf' Student Zeadem am oalernzng ifnvwledge Nllw Luule PdI1S deem of lrl and Nlr Charles Pratt dean of hows are co sponsor- of the Student Lountll rlhls wen the memlmers hue lveen Wtlllxlllff hard to mild Newt Alhdnw Nemon H1 h brhool 1 better school lhe purpose of Student Count 1l la to IJIONlLlk' leadership lll sthool aetlwltle vsherexer lt IS requlred and to malnt un a path of LOIIIIHUIIIL ltlon hetwxeen the student lmodw and the The HOIIICLOYYIIYIU Parade and Dante held on 'Wowemlmer ll'llI'tl were sponsored luw the Ntudent Counul The parade Lonslsted of manw floxts mule lxw the students of dlfferent club rlhree of the best ones were IX en pr17es The theme t IN wear was -one t1t e e som u dow 1 to help paw fu the VNNAS awxaw from home broadta-ts and also asslsted wlth the col l6'Lll0Il of monew for thls purpose dt the Manual frame Amon- the manw ut1w1t1f- was the annual Freshman Sophomore Dame Mllltll was enjoved hw all 1n attendance We also helped III the fmanunv for the I'6lJUllCllIlU of the lwdhw grand plalllb III the illLlllUllUItl and the slnuhberw around the entl Innes of thf mam lJllllCllIl0' Otfn ers thls wen' ww re Calw lxuqllll presldent, B111 Rwdll wlre preslclent lxldfjllllfl Brmnon ec retarw and Ddvld bxoshelder treasurer 'lhe memlwers ire elected from thelr homerooms at the l?9'lI1Il1l10' of eaeh wear 1nd selwe for one wear Thew are to he of hl h scholdstlm slandln s and hleh tharacter We meet ewerw WCClIl9SLldX illllllll homeroom and at any other IlPf9QSclIW time Row 5 Jack Hunter, Betty Wolfe, Louls Goebel, Linda Osborne, John Pepper, Pat Whlteley, Bob Carter, Dlek Mlddaugh Nancy Haneoek, and Stewe Ballard Row 2 Gene lyllllddllgh, Pat Jenkms, Larry Lee, Paul Shallers, Dnue Roberson., Shlrley Sehuppert, and Bill Burd Row 1 Stewe Von Kllmen, 'Haundra Dralung Jerry Yerv, qandy Fultlneer Barry Austln, Llbhy DdWlS, and Steve Rough 9 U 9 . 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Sue McClaren, Ann Paulsen, Peggy Wfheatley, Sandra Curtis, Jill Adams, Tempa Erganbright, Mary Mason, and Larry Pennington. Row 1: Penny Reas, Carol Bohannon, Brenda Brewer, Mary Ruth Bernardi, Charlotte Tubbs, Linda Hall, Sharon Fulkerson, Linda Lemmon, and Sue Denny. The officers of Student Council are David Gro- sheider, treasurer, Gary Austin, president, Marjorie Brannon, secretary, and Bill Ryall, vice president. 'V' QA . V sf , .ngss 'N. rbi- W X A A ts'e fwf as .1-iffy 'N .ugsxrt - M 'fl' 'L-'h.":'3fI 1:-51:1 .: .A . . . ,S AT':35.' .f s was -- ' T -- - - A , .. - ,- all f -1 :?2g:f4fff':::'i :si A. .: Q' if 1- pzqq: 11 ' ig.,-f,y 'J-1,11 ""' . fy, n 2 -, ffggvg Nga, K Wi N3 N L. Q L ' ffilfg - i t f fl ,. 552 'I J -1 Vi, T55 -ifif ' ' or , A 1 X. Busy' at work measuring panels for senior pictures is the senior staff which consists of Bob Ewton, Pat Abbott, Harriett Gilley. editor: Carolyn Hogue. Nan Gibbs. and June W'oodward. Care ul Planning Producu 14 l7romiAing l7u6lication. Clara Rudolph and Barbara Craig have taken on the job of checking the business receipts. which were re- ceived from the New Albany merchants for adver- tisement in the Vista. Doris Canter Cnot picturedj worked on the yearbook business staff. sh"-CSI" 'L- i 2.2 K' s 'f""Q -1 unfit? li -A--sy' ' L, .sffi c 7 'vc s ring Q 'L Q rv :nu " 3 tus xs 4 ssii' Our WST Xista was published hy an organized staff of journalism students under the editorship of Pat White-ley. lfirst printed in 1900. as the senior edition of the news- paper. the Nista is now produced as a laboratory project for one of the journalism classes. The journalism class stu- dents design the book. plan the yeaids coverage. set the pic- tures. and edit the copy. The staff also carries out the sales campaign and an advertising prograin. This year the Xista circulation of IZSU is the best ever. Nlenilwers ol' the staff journeyed to lfranklin College to attend the indiana High School Press Association Confer- ence where they received professional advice on the editing and planning of yearhooks. Libby Davis is as assistant editor and Judy liasniussen w as actixities editor. Dixie llolverson was business manager oi' the V957 lista. l,Llltlll'illllPllS adyiser of the lista was Xlrs. Susan lietherington. l Working vlgorously at t h e 1 r favorite pastime IS the sports staff which conslsts of Larry Flscher, edltor , Marc Amster, J a ck Bohannon, student photographer Dennls Pres ton, Blll Blshop, and Eldson Howard Checkmg the plctures as they return from the photographer IS the actlvltles staff conslstlng of Judy Amster, Shirley Davis, Bonnle Benhrook Ruthanne Ehalt Wlnnle Wolf, and Joan Blacklston Mounting the pictures for the faculty and underclass sectlons are Bertha Schafer, Mary Ann McGee, faculty edltor Mary btumler, Lana Eve, Becky Fendley, Llnda Os borne, underclassmen edltor, and Betty Harmon . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . . . . . 0 5 l 0 1 J I . . . , , . . 9 . . . . . . 9 1 . . . . Blotter staff members Judy Stocksdale and Joy Vlfeddle Cforegroundj are proofread- ing. Nancy McCullough, Cstandingj business manager, is looking over the circulation list while Pat Bowman and Linda Gibson type. 'llarianna Otrlcb standmgj feature edltor and her staff eonslstlng of Allee Atkins, Kay Osman, Janet Lasley, Judy Thomas, P e g g y Gorman and Rose A s h b y are busy w rltmg features Writing editorials are Shirley Hardin Janet Pavton qusie Lytle Sara Nlclxenv and Phyllis Qllw ers . . . A ,C . 9 .. . . Y . . -f.. . .' w. .. u . 0' s 1 , as 9 A ,v . . nv Q . Phyllis Davis, news staff editor, is shown here working with her staff. Editor ,Io Hannah Hahn, Typing are Sharon Smith, Jerry Wfright, ,Io Ann Wfatson, Barbara Caesar, seated, and Maralyn Wfolf, as- and Bobbie Lou Lee. sistant editor, are busy proof- reading. M- Weekly Elotter fnform, fducatu, and f n tertaina Heade:-A The Blotter, the NAHS newspaper, is published by the fourth period journalism class. The bi-weekly publication covers the news and activities at NAHS and voices student opinion. The Blotter is a member of the National Scholastic Press Association and a member of the lndiana High School Press Association. The publication sponsored the sale of programs at home football and basketball games and also sold basketball books containing information about and pictures of the teams. The Blotter staff members went to Franklin College to attend the Indiana High School Press Association Convention. During the second semester some of the fourth period journalism members were on the staff of the News Bureau. The News Bureau handles the high school news for papers in the area. The editor of the Blotter this year was ,Io Hannah Hahn, and Nlaralyn Wolf was her assistant editor. The adviser is Mrs. Susan Hetherington. Looking through the sports staff scrap book, which consists of sports news from NAHS, are Jim Emery, editorg Harold Payton, Robert McSpaddin, and John Brooks. L' f, flex' Q5 The Llttlest Angel was presented to the student body by the members of the Speakers Club to promote the Chrlstmas Splrlt Although a relatlve newcomer to tradltlonal Chrlstmas SIOPICS, It lS fast becomlng a favorlte of the Speakers The moral of The Llttlest Angel' teaches us that lt lS not the glft which IS lmportant but the Splrlt ln whlch lt lS gn en We Speak Wztlc fue Spelkel tlub was orvlnwed 111 1912 lslth a threefold Otld llfe IIHOII the lllQ 111 hl h school We ale the second olde t club at NAHS belnff or anlzed a few Ill011tllQ after the YY lan ler and hold the record for contlnuous opelatlon To obtsnln membershlp ln Speakers one n1u t recclxe all lmltatlon to trx out bs 1X lnff a fue to ten lnlnute peemll on 1111 ubject Xnothex lequlrement 1 a Une tlllllllfbll that uc ll ue ls the appearance of Santa flaus mth hl lfts fOl the students and teachers at our Lllfl tnlas cl'-QClIll3lX We co operate mth the muslc department ln presentlng entertaln our former members at the bl annual formal tea Each yeal we look forward to our banquet wlth the Wranglers ln the sprlnv The Speakers offlcers thls wear were Becky Mlnshall presldent ,ludx Xlcffaffres xlce pre ldent llnda Paulsen sefletarw Hsrrlett blllew treasurer and Judy Vlllllon stu dent Cflllf The sponsor of Speakers 14 Nllss Olleta Tvler . VV Ik , A .Z I K QM xg ,., E W., f ,K V p f 1 . W 12 . Q ' . N 2 1 1' E . A 1 1 Q .4 - 1 9 x ' A l r Q ' ' 5 . is ss ' M v N . 45 . 5 . . . ' - . . . Q i v 'S I K Y M Cz . 4 . b 7 Y. Y, . v. . . . PUTPOSPZ to pl'0lll0lC' pullllc Spffalilldg, charitable Wvflfk, and 'Thanksgiving and Easter programs. Eygry two years wre S g i I D D- I -1 4 4 Q U Y - 1 . U . v Q v . s K A L7 o c .v S . H . S7 1 . . v D M D S I D' , ,' . c e S A , l S . Y . V. . v Y U. v. . v ' M A L 1' ' Y f M 7 ' ' C U . . . . I 5 ' ,Q s ' " . 1' ' ' ' , .S -f Q ,V - - fp- V f S 1 1 1 '11 "X, or "li" awrage in lfnglish. . " jg . ' H j, ., , ' 1 ' ' , - 'z " . W ' A' ' L ' r so 'r f ' 1 Q " 's g' c ' - ' S 's 'V ':- '. Shown here at their Bi-Annual Tea are Speaker officers. They are Judy Million, Becky Min- shall, Harriett Cilley, Linda Paulsen, and Judy McCaffrey. Preparing the Thanksgiving hasket are Linda Paul- sen. Ann Jackman. Connie Holton. Pat Ahhott. and Anne Biggerstaff. 1 f V X who , -, AJ uhag, 3? e ,-, Lili . FQ' A Ne. -Avg .Sf 't.f5 ,fv- --: " .. 1 fa. ' , 1 ,V V-,Q Y, .1 N .A 4 2 ..,. 5' f' , ' we" 5 "!'.-""-Y 1 . - a . :'- e ' . -U - H . X 9 :vb , 'v - , gb : -' . M", fl W . 3. ' " ' Q ' "-t' """ ' - i . ' u ' . ,Qt 'tl e, J, . :J , X1 fl'-, , .mf v- is lt. '31, . ., 5 W ' 41, R . 5 .,,5' .s ' A 4 ,' ' 1- ' ', K -. ' ,' -' : ,. 1 A ',1. A' ' .-air' ' Receiving a red orchid from Santa Claus is Miss Ulleta Tyler. sponsor of Speakers. Selling team tags to ,Iufly Rasmussen, Bonnie Ben- lrrook. and Maralyn Wolf are ,lint Emery, Steve Yon Allmen, Jerry Kessinger, and Larry Evans. ,, ' E rg A ' , . 1 L V V x p.:-5f.,,f:f"' v .. fi mfg: hrs, 4 :-- ,W .A f , , W M e N ,. . . ,W , ., ma Jaime. v 'Q - S il ,A . R ,?,Q,3f,1-,:i5,:T-g i,.A. v E K w as -. A 0 'X - f . f , 3 V X , 5 . Forming the traditional NWN' are John Nlatlles. Steve Yon Allmen, Louie Goebel. Dennis Preston. Larry Evans, Bill Ryall, Gerry Lewis. ,lim Scott. Tom Yvolllfeld, Bill Hawkins, Jim Emery. Larry Fiseher. Gene Mirldaugh, Bob Carter. David Groshiexler. ,lack Hunter, and Jerry Kessinger. t Planning its strategy is the Wfrangler basketball team: ,lerry Kessinger, Gerry Lewis, Dennis Preston. Larry Evans, Bill Ryall, David Grosheider, and ,lack Hunter. Men of bia tinction jack Hunter. treasurerg Steve Von Allmen, presi- dentg jerry Kessinger, sergeant-at-armsg Larry Evans, vice president. and Bill Ryall, secretary. "The name of our club shall be the Wrangler Club." The previous statement was spoken in the year l9l0 by Nlr. ll. B. Nlclsinn. former superintendent of New Albany Schools. and the boys who were helping him organize our club. Our purpose is to promote public speaking. discussions. debates. and to participate in the worthy causes of our school and community. The members of our club are chosen from the senior. junior. and sophomore classesg these members must main- tain a C average or better in English and social studies. Membership consists of two liindsg active and inactive. Our active members consist of students who attend the meet- ings. Past members are placed on an inactive list. To be in Wranglers one must be presented with an in- vitation. Any member may nominate a person he considers qualified for membership. A committee is selected to examine the permanent records of these nominees. After the prospective members have been presented with invitations they are to tryout by delivering a speech which shall be on a subject in the field of social science. not to exceed ten minutes. Mr. Robert Willman is the sponsor of Wranglers. 89 V I 2 A 3 V 2 N dr' liens l: Nam-v Shim-. Nlarv lillvn Pe-asv. Larry Ps-nninglfm. ,Inv .-hula-rsml. xlilflllil lilil-l-Illilll. 'illill'll'i XYllilv. La-slil linralsal. llaxiil llc-ynolels. ylll'llil1'l We-Inln. lille-n llavrtvl. Be-th Brunvr. llolwrl llarks-r. 'l'mn lialrlv. ,lolm Nlillvr 'llnn Nlilson. llaxial liypln-rs. Bolr XYagnvr. and Usvar Brown. lion 3: Nancy I1-rr:-ll. Ray lzflvsarals. llnync- Mylc-r. Lorraim- Nanlz. Jane' -x1llllllF. ,Ioan Gillvy. llarlrara Pvylllll. livin- Smnnn-rxillc-. Phyllis Yantz. lionahl N1-vlcl. ,lualy ylfliill-l-l'l'y. ,le-rry Wlilvln-ll. ancl Yirginia Pry. liens 2: xxvlllllll Smmk. Lynn lc-llvr. llaxicl -Ulf-n. Ronnie Dvtrivk. Rc-lwkah YYivln-rs. Don l'c-If-rs. Larry XY ilkina. anal VIXOIII my Hy:-rs. lloss I: Bulb llartvr. llvlore-s llorsvy. lfarl Platt. lifllllllil Allf-n. anal Uuala Funk. 'lille' N Kll5 xlill'l'lllllg lgllllll l'0l'IlIi an "Y" as il I'f'lH'2ll'if'5 lurlnalions ln ln- pre-svlllvll at llillli-llllll' slnring unc' nl Ille- an-:maori s luntlvall ganna-s. it 'Zi -N 1... :Q . ,9.,... WMI, .,,, A 1 in ,....,. P k :ff M f 4 .., ,. " gf. - P ' , 5 v -4 3 .-1 if '1' if Q v '95-r, "ii+JfY.w 'il-5 Q 119:21 - I A iq Q hi. ,fiffi 4 H15 .1 ' , 4' , . U 3 '. I V if V 4- PQ aa 1 Ha, .7 y , as - bl : K lu U, D UA' ' - . i ,, gf: rg-fi 3 sr '-iq i ft y M vp ' f 'f 5-ff! ,gig 3' . .A Hlg 1 ff -1 4' ' -M Uv wif H .4 , .- , 4, . ,L-ik , 5 ,f gb A 43 ,H , A A A ' i 55235, Q gf ,f will f . "'3 f. ' ' " P7 i f I 1-'v 7 ' ' , . -.W 5 Grafx .4 f' Q 117' . ig: g 0, ,M J a P' M, ,ig kr 19 ,.,N , , '45 , , .1 .A f-NY. ,-, .,. ,, 1-.A.fff,f?w ff -if' 7 'LJ-'T A-wwf Row 5: Bob Ewton, Kitty Ferguson, and Becky Shallers. Row 4: Steve Thom, David Crosheider, Doug Armstrong, Terry Bohannon, Fred Jewell, Bill Smith, Roberta Applegate, Randall Carriott, Barbara Morgan, Denny Smith, James Roller, Tom Hutchinson, John Lee, Fred Wfarneke, Tom Holton, and Shirley Allen. Row 3: John Peters, Mike Philli s, Maureen Robinson, Larry Tischendorf, Barry Smith, Karen Marx. Betty Jack, P Ed Boling, Jamey Aebersold, Betty Wfolfe, Don Walter, Jim Adams, and Steve Rough. Row 2: John Stahl, Phyllis Moon, Charles McCoy, Judy Eadens, Jean Duer, Phyllis Kirkpatrick, and Patty Wilson. Row 1: Danny Marsh, Connie Ross, Jo Ann Jefferson, and Nan Gibbs. Marching 14 any ogetlaer "One, two, ready, play!" These were the familiar words spoken by drum major. Bob Ewton, as he prepared to lead our outstanding New Albany High School Band. The activities of this large organization are numerous, as they participate in many events throughout the school, com- munity, and state. The band appears at all local athletic events and produces many inspiring concerts. ln addition to these concerts the band has presented many new and out- standing formations and special novelty numbers. We were to present a concert for the school at Richmond. Kentucky. llany of our members entered contests offered in the spring. Une of our best known events is our annual Christmas presentation. which we perform during the half time at the last basketball game before the holidays. This is a very colorful event and long remembered. ' We are very fortunate in having a director such as Nlr. A. Fielder Myers. He has been the spark which has helped qv us produce such outstanding events. The fine music could Drum Major Bob Ewton leads ' , Q we not have been without his hard work. the I-,and in 3 practice drill. ,, V 7 -xx, -I Row 4: David Shallers, David Reynolds, and David Crosheider. Row 3: Ronnie Neeld, Jerry Mitchell, Bob Ewton, Randall Garriott, Terry Bohannon. Tommy Myers, John Stahl, Roberta Applegate, Phyllis Kirkpatrick, Charlie McCoy, Jim Adams, and Steve Rough. Row 2: Bill Wfalker, Janice Moon, Judy Brown, Linda Miller, Janice McNutt, Patty Wfilson, Delores Dorsey, Bob Carter. Cynthia Allen. JoAnn Jefferson, Danny March, and Dwala Funk. Row 1: Bill Heinz, Bob Applegate, Jane Schreiber, Pat Owens, Rebecca Applegate, and Barbara Faith. Soplnu ticated Siffihfd The New Albany High School Orchestra is the newest musical organization. Being organized only last year, we mm hay 1- 220 nxemlwrs who are very interested in expanding the orchestra into a larger musical organization. Wie meet in the bandroom every Wednesday afternoon after school. Vie play only classical and semi-classical music. This spring we presented a Spring Concert in the New Albany High School Nuditorium. We provided illllllll music for various cmnmunity functions in and around New Albany. Mr. A. l'1elder Nlyers IS SPOIISOII our organizer and prese 1 vu ' I Row 4: Tommy Loweth. Bob Carter. Dennis Preston. Mare Amster, David johnson. Bob Eyston. ,Iippy Harmon. John Yiyzard. Tom Myers. David Grosheider, and Jerry Kessinger. Jack Eichenberger. Row 3: Jack Harvey. Nelson Scott. Don Yveber. Bob Slurffeon Dick Nliddauvh. Steve Rouvh. Bill Thorn 'nl Bob Brown. Row 2: Paul Shullers. John Stofel. David Shallers. Jerry Bigler. Barry Austin. Ted Huber. and Nick llnulin. Row l: Danny Albertson. Larry Peyton. Tommy Babb. Jerry Mitchell. Ronnie Bedun. Sheldon Jennings. and Phillip Yun wiinkle. rr- H as rs- 0' 1 Huvinff an after school sinvinlf session around the v 0 - F E i ' ' In In HUM piano are the 0lllt'l'l'S of Boys tylee Llub: Bill Thorn. 5 serffeant-at-armsg Bob Carter. vice iresidentg Toni -v P . , vw Xyohlteld. president. and john W yzard. secretary- treasurer. r Y I 4 the Boys tflee Llulv is ll neyyly' organized clulm yyhosc purpose is to promote good singing among the lyoys at NAHS. The clulm is under the direction and s monsorshiy ol. I I Nlr. llohert l.. t.z1rter. tlur singing clulv has invrcnsetl its Itlt'Illllt'l'SlllIl this yenr. as there ure ulniosl fifty lvoyf, participating. 'lille Boys lilce lflub Illl'llllbt'l'5 get opportunities to display their many talents lvy singing and directing. lhcy also ln-- corne acquainted with good music lay nmny' different composers. This hard yyorlting club nuidc Ll ysonderful shoyyinp ut the iillI'lSilIlLl5 tfoncert and school asseinlmly, lay presenting sc- lections cnjoyulnlc to eyeryonc. 'lihcy continued to practice llLtI'll and displayed their talents ililillll ltl the anninnl Ftltltlfl concert in yshich alll choirs participate. hlso. lllillly of these nicmlvers joined yyith studs-nts from other stllools ut the annual music contest. 93 x -K 941 , JS ij 1. .hifi-Q ,Af-QSQQLQQRQQ A fffif 1 : fvffigf ' ' ' ' z., K- - :fi Mfff' -A mf As always our school choir, the New Albany High School Concert Choir, has provided us with many hours of wonder- ful entertainment. Eighty-five voices, blending together in song, form the choir. The choir is under the direction of Mr. Robert E. Carter. The purposes of the choir are to promote good singing for as many students as possible, to encourage the enjoy- ment of music through active participation, and to help students to gain poise and stage presence by appearances in concerts before students and the general public. November and December proved to be the choir's busiest months. The group. along with the Speakers Club, presented the Thanksgiving assembly, then started right to work on their difficult music for the Christmas Concert. This concert, presented December 20. proved to be a beautiful and heart- stirring one. lVIembership in Concert Choir is available by tryouts only. The Choir meets daily during the third period. When the holiday season died down, the choir began to concentrate on the District Music Contest which was held at Hanover. Being successful at Hanover. many musicians were sent to Indianapolis to compete in the State Music Contest. NAIIS had more first place winners than any neighboring school. The Valley Choral Festival was held at Jeffersonville. Indiana, this year and the Concert Choir traveled to the northside school to participate. Many schools are represented at the Festival each year and New Albany is always an out- standing member. One of the highlights of the school year was the prc- sentation of the "The King and I." The Music Department under the direction of llr. Carter and the Speech Depart- ment under the direction of Mr. Weatherston presented our annual musical. The NAHS Concert Choir made many contributions to the success of the school year. Row 4: John W'yzard, Steve Rough, Jark Heazlitt, Larry Brock, Jippy Harmon, Charles Brown. Bill Cash, and Steve WX-Ils. Row 3: John Kettler, Jack Harvey, Charles Sununers, Jerry Bigler, Jerry Kessinger, Jerry Flener. David Shallers. and Ernest Penis. Row 2: Becky Walker, Dottie Lester, Janice Moon, Joyce Tacketl, Jo Ann Jefferson. Pat Nlcfiampbell, Betty Mather, Sara Ann Wh-Keny, Ann Wlurphy. mul Barbara Faith. Row 1: Marilvn Rich:-rl Gloria Metcalf. Jane Dickman, Bobbi Ro , Sharon Rourk. Phyllis Eberle. Kay Miller. Judy Amster. Sandy Fultiueer, and April . s Y Sappenfield. ae. Y 322 fczqaigjaq tg was 5 A, - ' my 15' vw Row 5: NYini Brooks. JoAnn Fisher. Ann Howard. ,lully McCal'fre-y. ,Iucly Rasmn--.cn Inclw XX arilrip Beth Yvclicr.. aml Marv Harlcss. Row 4: Barbara Faith. She-rry Nvagglior.. Portia Diccknian. Dottic l.c:-ste-r.. ,Ianni 'lloon links lwntllu anal Barbara Morgan. Row 3: Sara Mclicny. Joyce Tackctt.. Kay Carter, aml Nancy Hancock. Row 2: Nlickcy Minshall, Mary Jane Mcliim, Gloria Metcalf, ,Ianc Dicknian. Becky Wllllcr Nuzn lwtle Nicki Ncgangarml., April Sappcnficlcl. Natlialca Fostcr. Darla-nc Bcnnctt. ,lucly Turn: r. ,lamu Wccly .incl Anita w7llillllM'. Row l: Donna Krininger, Becky Minshall. Sandra ll'l'1'l'lll. an'l Rolrcrta Roy. t 1 IA In rett elo 1eA or leuure an ro ra Pretygw 57? 901 4' ? P dfg nw "tit-l Canton xx as organizctl in N223 to giw girls intcrcstetl in singing an opportunity to show thc-ir talents anal to pre-scnt top rate shows. livl Canto nn-ans "beautiful singingii. which rcprf-scnts the true- Illtuillllllgl ol' the clula. Me-nulrcrsliip in lie-l Canto is opcn to any S0lllltllll0l't'. junior. or se-nior girl who is gixen an invitation. xlt'IlllJPl'S arc jutlgctl on alvility lo re-ad lllLlSll'. general musiriansliip. quality ot xoluz anal vo-one-ration. llns ye-ar new nn-nilncrs 1-ntcrtainwl all otln-rs with xarions type-s ol' rvaalings. solos. antl tlanvcs. :tn Q-lalioratc turkey tlinncr was cnjoywl lay all. 'lllw annual Hel Canto Slum is our outstanding 4-lulm pro- tlum-tion cavll xc-ar. lnut tlivrc arc inanx lnort- zivtixitics lnotll insiilv and ontsitlc of svliool. 'lille annual Cliristlnas lll'1lg1l'lllll is tramlitional of "Bt-I Canto". Carols sung by Bel Canto girls in Plloil' rolws xsliilc walking lllftlllgll tht- halls l'Lll'l'flIlg1 liglitf-tl 4-anmllcs arc Pnjoyctl lvy lt'2lt'llPl'S as nf-ll as stutlcnts. llircctor Rolncrt Cartcr. whois known for pro- ducing thc "best"- is thc instructor of s ocal music. lllatclulemi lllelvdim .-Xt the annual :Xrnnstice Day prograni our cluh always concludes the procetzlings with talps sung lironi the haleony nl the ttlllllltblillltll Ill lliree-part lmrinony. 'llhe Zio girls in lit-l Canto always look l'orxxartl to the yearly trip to lft. lxnox xsliere me present our annual show to the S!'l'Nlt't'llll'Il. We also nw-sent our annual shots to th.- l patients at leteransi llospital in lmuisxille. lX4"lllllK'lil'. At tht- end of the year the uctixities are lvrought to a close lay the annual Bel liunto dance. 'lille dance is forlnal lor former and present Bel Canto IlltxlllllPl'F and their guests. lhe highlight uf the dance is the crowning of the queen who is chosen In popular vote from five candidates nominated hy the 4-lulm nienilrers. The queen and her escort are then presented with gt xery nice gilt from the other rnenihers. Our officers for this year were ,lane lJiL'l'illlLiIl. president: Sandra litrecht. xice president: Barbara Nlorgan. secretary: llolrerta lloy. treasurer. and Sara Nlclieny, Sf'l'gE'i1Ill-Ht-i1I'll1S. 'lille sponsor of our clulr is Nlr. lloliert Carter. Senior members of Bel Canto were Judy Rasmussen, Darlene Bennett., Judy Turner, JoAnn Fisher, Natha- lea Foster. Sara H4-Kcny. Becky Miller. Nicki Negan- gard. Suzie Lytle, Roberta Roy. Donna Krininger. Mary ,lane lyIl'Kllll. Sandra lltreeht, Becky Minshall. Seated at the piano is ,lane Dickman. Officers of Bel Canto included Sandra Ftrecht, uce presidentg Jane Dickman, presidentg Bolnln Row treasurerg Sara Mclieny, sergeant-at-arms. and stand ing. Becky Miller. pulnlicityg Barbara Morgan. were tary.. and JoAnn Fisher. puhlicity. Several cast memliers of the 1957 Bel Canto show are discussing last minute preparations for tlulr lZtl1 annual production. They are ,IoAnn Fisher Wluktv Minshall, Suzie Lytle, and Sara McKeny. S.. Q41 8 ri f fe xv f ' an in t rx I ,E V , A U , , V 4 - v' gg J,- 1' ' "5 .. L A -.fr . I Row 4 Mark Ixunzman Larrv Andres, Ron Detrlck, Jlm Hartfleld, james Wall Rav Carnellson, MOPPIS Reno, kenny McPhetters R1-nnle Peek Blll Qtlne Terry fonrad, Gerry Ollls, and Vlctor Tackett Row 3 Bobby ll lw-on, Roger lolglazler ,lack Roberts, Mary Ann H3SklllSq Mary Ruth Bernal dl, Judy Arnold, lame Brlc kv Wlarfflrct 5lllllll Peggy Lawson, Martha lxendall, and Daud Mlfartln Row Z Wayllc l'IlWlI'1l'4 Ralph Poultcr Jeffery Parr, Lvnn Owen Y B Pltts larry Pennlngton, Thomas Harp I,lC'lxll No1l and Robert Rattlff Row l larlotta NXoo1l- Xsonne Wlllldlllw Rona Barrlott, Mvra Proctor, Lmda Hall Ylrgmla Landers, Rubv Lawson, and Pat Neal lIlaA1c Zvvem 1.- Tlle purpose of XIUSIL -Xppreglatlon Club IQ to llsten to llld appleclate Hood lllu IL and lE'E1IIl IIIOYP about lt Vle al o studx tlle banlu rounds of Ltllllpil els lllll th storle litllllllll l 1111121 e IIlt'IIl DQINIID 1: UI 1 u l 1 1 1 lfl Ile res Illlll ll so l1llllol1 1 ass ls lo ls ll Fl lel lll lllu Tlll xeir oul llub lleld 1 1 iIlKlN ale to help lalse IIIUIIQX for the purpose of lJLlNlIlU lecorcls to add to the club 1ol lPtllOIl The llull also ll ld fl lllfl H113 partx e studx IINN o IHUNIL t1 e lIlllUKlP hll ll x lsslla jan popu dl lollt and llldl 1 nel f the pl I Nl lt t1 lallxe pu l1e xldll liuth Bt'Ill3lll1 xlle plesldenl xldlX HISLIII elle an llfTlIlld 311161 lel ulel ucx 1111 no Uldlll Lll'ilI'Ill'iIl NIIISIC Kppreelatlon flub offlcers were Ylrglnla Landers wlfllll' Tackett 'llarv Ruth Bernardl, and Judy Arnold lle on ls our -pon Ol Vle IIISFI on Tl1UlQlldX and llaxe wl II1E'Il1lJPl NI ldu ff- 7V . ka: :S f Z K , , 'Y : V G . A Y . . . . , . . . Q. , , . , , ,' . 'x " Y",..w',a ' .' ' . " ' V '. D V ' ' : ' ' , 'z ., ' - . 1 ' 1 ' . . . , J ' 1, O ev , A 1- 5' . . . , . . g ff k ' h A . 4 I L f, if-af 1 ' 'A ,S 5 ' ' ' ' . ' A : N' Vg 5 ' 5 1 1 ca fs ' Ile 5 1' s. 'l'll' l 'xl 'l fo ' -l ll 's lp'Il tl any girl K UI' lilly H l f ,wh i l ' .N s ' 'l' .lf lf I ll Q' es l ' sic. ' p Z, : ' ' , r 's ' - ll' S V' all k' li f 5' ': h 'S ' ' ' ll 'll.'. 11l1::'--I. " . l' '. ' '. ' ' '1-ll ls. Ulla" 's UI' 2 as .' 'iill .ere lic' ll' " tt, l lll: t' "1 N",' " L lfs. I' as ' ': and I lb' Arl ll. I ' - v PM h cl L n A Ll '- .14 - V' 1 ' ' I' Y . rs. f ra ' A , ' , ll 'P ' : s' '. lI!uAic lIloodA MD NJ The purpose ol' the Nlusic llour Cluli is to listen to and learn to enjoy all kinds of music ranging from classical music to modern jazz. The first part of the year we studied more popular music than anything else. It ranged all the may from George Gershwin to lflvis Presley. liater on in the year vve listened to and discussed folk and classical HIUSIK7. We appoint a different committee for program planning each month. Each week. the committee tries to have a dif- ferent type of music. This year the cluh helped collect money for the New Albany Nlarch of Dimes Drive. We also enjoyed a Christmas party lnefore Christmas vacation. Officers for this year were Jamey Aehersold. president: Butch Neeld. vice president: lloris White. secretary. and Wanda Grangier, treasurer. Officers of the Music Hour Cluh gathered around the piano are Butch Neeld, Doris Wfhitc, Joyce W'ilson. Mrs. bherrie lirhach is our sponsor. Wantlzl Grangier. and Jamey Aehersold. Row 3: Katy Cook.. Mary Jane Varner, Jean Callahan, Beverly Thurman, Nancy Lucas, Doris Yvhite.. Roland Mather, Ronnie Keehn, Jalney Aehersold, Butch Neeld, Sara Mclieny, Yvonne Combs. and W'ilma Wallace. Row 2: Janet Fothergill, Jean Clark, Hazel Mclntosh, Grace Ann Bailey. Joan Nlardis. Iris Xvatson. Mary Ann Stumler, Joyce Yvilson, Sarah St. Clair, Carol W'eldon, and Ruthie Wheatley. Row 1: Birdie Breeding, Joann Thomas, Joyce Thomas, Roberta Applegate, Wanda Crangier, Kay Miller, Mary Ann McGee, Bonnie Barnett, and Carol Lewis. 49 95 Row 4: Larry Evans., Charles McCoy, Harley Francis, Jack Bohannon, and Jack Bott. Row 3: Louis Goebel, Paul Shallers, Bobbi Roy, Shirley Miller, Dottie Lester, Barbara Morgan, Nathalea Foster, Nancy Hancock, and Joe Cheser. Row 2: Bertha Schafer. Phyllis Thomas, Ruth Lamb, Pat Bowerman, Joy W'eddle, Joy Smith, JoAnn Jefferson, Joyce Gibson, Becky Miller, and Willa Foster. Row 1: Shirley Schuppert. Saundra Drabing, Bunky Binford, Judy Turner. Doris Canfield. Judy McCaffrey, Libby Davis., Mary Stumbler. Alice Miller, and Mara Lee Reynolds. 'Kmav-tieA " The Scholarship is an honored reward for those who strive for high grades. Any student is eligible for the award. 'lio qualify for Scholarship N. a student must have four grades of A in full 1-redit subjects and no grade lower than B. Wfhen the "N" call came, these four were there! John Bott., Randall Garriott, Barbara Morgan. and Libby Davis are the eight-time recipients of Scholar- ship HN". Cream of the Crop "Scholarship, leadership. character. and service," is the motto of the National Honor Society. The Society is coni- posed of five per cent of the junior class and ten per cent of the senior class. lfach year faculty members choose the members from the upper third of each class. The initiation is held in the high school auditorium. where all the junior and senior students are allowed to see the very impressive ceremony. At this time the pins. certificates, and membership cards are given to each member. The mem- bers of the society are chosen on their scholarship, their leadership. based on being able to lead others. their char- acter. based on personality and their ability to get along with other students. and their service, based on the ac- complishments they made to better their school. Any student who has been honored by being picked for the society should be very proud and try to live up to these ideals. ' If 4'- ani' Shown here are the members of the National Honor Society who were elected in their junior year. Row 4: Barbara Morgan, Pat Vlhiteley, Larry Evans, Bobbi Roy, and Mary Ann Brown. Row 3: Shirley Miller, Nathalea Foster, Delores Dorsey, Becky Miller, and Judy Turner. Row 2: Libby Davis, Phyllis Thomas, Jane Dickman, Sandra Utrecht, and Bunky Binford. Row 1: David George, Steve VonAllmen. Steve Ballard, and Jack Bott. Members of the National Honor Society elected in their senior year arc: Row 4: Randall Garriott, Carl Platt, Jack Kessler, Bob Ewton, David Grosheider, Gene Middaugll.. and Jim Paulin. Row 3: June Barr, Martha Fessel, Ann Jackman, Dixie Roberson, Maralyn Wfolf, Mary Love, Ann Murphy, Linda Paulsen, and Judy Rasmussen. Row 2: Pat Abbott, Judy Million, Harriett Gilley, Pat Bowerman, Ruth Lamb, Connie Holton, Sandy Fultineer, ,lo Hannah Hahn, and Kay Osman. Row 1: Mary ,lane McKim, Shirley Schuppert, Anna Dyson. Sandra Fetz, Betty Reas, Mary Stumler.. Judy Mc- Caffrey, Anne Biggerstaff, and Alice Miller. cf' A Having an enjoyable time at one of their weekly meet- ings are the members of the Square Dance Club. Swing your partner! Square Dance Club members practice for the State Square Dance Festival. 94 grand fight and left Everybody swings his partner at the Tuesday and Thurs- day meetings of the Square Dance Club in the boyis gym- nasium. Our club was founded in 1950 by Mrs. Dorothy Mot- singer, our present sponsor, to create and promote a further interest in square dancing. We learn to improve our square dancing and how to follow calls. ln September we attended the State Square Dance Festival at Indianapolis. Later in the year we entertained the St. Matthews Womans Club with one of our demonstrations with Sherlock Holmes, our caller. Our club is divided into two groups: the beginning mem- bers and the advanced members. Totaling the number of both groups the cluh now consists of approximately 150 members. The officers of the advanced square dance group this year were Bill Hays, president, and Ethelda LeBlanc, treasurer. Seated in the gymnasium are the beginning and advanced groups of the Square Dance Club. 1 Row 4: Lloyd Hudson, Carroll Tetrick, Charles Napier., Jimmy Clark, Dan Dewberry. Charles Chase. Mike Cornelius. Boland Havens. Ronnie Kirk, Stephen Baron, David Schroder. Joe Hubbard, and Ronnie Schroeder. Row 3: Margie Jones, Karen Richardson, Linda Parrott, Judy Crider. Barbara Ferkin, Beverly Clifton, Janet Carter, Yelva Box, Donna King, Doris Robinson, Doris Baxter, Shirley Fleischer. Deanna llurphy. and Betty Jack. Row 2: Clifford Schickel, David Wlolfe, Don Gresham, Jim Grose. Phyllis Nantz. Patricia Eblesisor. Glenda Jarnagire, Billy Ashby, John Kirk, and Bobby Allen. Row 1: Dixie Fisher, Sandy Cooke, Doris Schutte, Martha Cox, Mary Cox, Mary Ellen Pease, Linda Lemmon, Beth Bruner, Kitty Kelley, Bonnie Jones, and Joyce Crecelius. High Steppef-A Dancing can he fun if you know how. and that's no problem when you're a member of our Social Dance Club. We meet every Tuesday during homeroom period at Bill l,ee Webeifs School of Dance located adjacent to our school. To better organize our dancing on club days. group leaders were chosen. Group leaders for the first semester were ,lanet Carter. Beth Bruner. Beverly Clifton. Jimmy Clark. Stephen Baron. and David Schroder. At the end of the second semester we had an informal dance which only freshman or sophomore members could attend. liefreshments were served and we all demonstrated our dance steps. During the past year we all learned the jitterhugz. rhumlma. lox-trot, waltz and the mamho. The sponsor of our club is Nliss Jessie liuth Boblv. Bill Lee Weber.. instructor, and Dixie Fisher are demonstrating a new step for members of the Social Dance Club. z l N' 4 Wrgj, Ae M- .1 V.. PM fm? his If A lv'1f4lfD,.,' V- uann ' Lug' '01 The stage crew working on some equipment are David George. Tom Sinex. Yvayne Largeant. Steve W ells. and Boh Mitehell. Painting the flats for Student Theatre are Judy Johnson. Ann Howard, Jane Diekman.. Dottie Lester, Judy Nunemaeher, Sandy Potts, and Sandy Brown. Making final adjustments for one of their produc- tions are Ann Jackman, Mr. W'eatherston, Virginia Pry, Bunky Binford, Anne Biggerstaff, and Jo Ann Fisher. Clim6iny tlre Stair-A tv Stal-dom To inerease the interest of presenting and producing plays is the purpose of Student Theatre. lnvitutions are presented to juniors and seniors who have an interest in the theatre. Interest is the main qualification for nlenrlmership. initiation this year mls held in the NAH5 Auditorium. At that time we indueted Jo Ann lfisher. Jane llieknian. Dottie Lester. and .-Xnn lloyyard as honorary l1lt"'IlllN'l'S. Uffieers this year were Cary lfpperson. president: Wayne Largeant. yiee president: Anne Biggerstaff. seeretziry. and Judy Nunemaeher, treasurer. This year we produeed ".-Xrsenie and Old Lac-e." a three aet play written hy Joseph Kesselring and presented it to the patients at Silvererest as well as the puhlie. Vee enjoyed going as a group to see "Haryey." "Ten Little lndiansf' and "The Riyals." ln the Spring we had a lvanrluet at whieh we presented awards for the lnest at-lor and aetress and for the most valualde hoy or girl in Student 'l'heatre. 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The .lunior Classical League was organized l"eln'uary l. 19110, ln thc flnicrican Classical League to encourage and promote an interest in the ancient lililllilll and Creek civilizations. Nlemlwersliip in Jill, is open to any Latin student. present or past. ln Nm emlwer. we held our initiation ceremony in the schoolis auditorium. lliss Klire llanvla is our sponsor. From musical entertainment lo special guest speakers to slave auctions. our weekly club meetings have had most in- teresting programs. One week menilwers dressed lo depict their favorite cliaracter in mylliology. Before the Christmas vacation. uc lnnl our annual Saturnalia. which is an old lloinnn holiday. Uur llonnin Banquet in lfelwruary is one ol' tht- lnosl well known and colorful events ol' the year. With spring all around us. iw take atlxaintagc of the good weatlier and plain our avtixities outside. 'lille lllX'lllpll' Carnes dwe compete uitli l,ntin classes from outside New :Xllianyb were held on our lootlwall fn-ld this SPFIIILI. We took part in tht- jill, state contests and then were honored to enter in the national eontesls. l,ast year we liecanie interested in the feeding and clothing: of a little ltulian orphan nauncfl Curinen lievcctlii. Her homc is in Naples. Italy. At the annual JCI, Roman Banquet.. each memher is al- lowed a slave to serve his dinner. latin fever-A Taking part in the slave auction are: Row 2: John Wlrege, David Crumho, Don Hendricks, Tom Wfolfe.. Charlie Miller, and Frank Adams. Row 1: Judy Denton, Susan Feiock, Mickey Minshall, Anita Wfhitlow, June Ful- kerson, and Sharon Fulker- son. Nlemhers of the JCL executive committee include: Row 3: Sharon Miller., Judy Hale. Tim Payne, David Allen, David Crumho, Eddie Endris, and Bill Shofner. Row 2: Carol Richert. Donna House, Lynn Zeller, June Fulkerson. Mary Pat Mur- phy. and Ann Paulsen. Row 1: Sharon Fulkerson, Susan Feiock. Mickey Min- shall. and Judy Johnson. 7 Touloum Yzdele Xl Ll N XX d IIN 1 XOU dl? Ill! dll 6 4 1 Ill HPS S . Hlll 1 I . ffuavz . N - eatc 111 - . Xdl actlxltle am tc ne-ent an dllllllil xr IN h hmm talxen I4 Ill ldl onf' Pax o H If 1 fx L nl Jann. I y N llllflllillllll rev ur -n Q nan imp on tlfxdfll r 1 I g 4 JHIINU Joan Hampton. Betts Wolfe. and Steve Ballard saw thm IS French. not Greek to them ,N Y. N..-.K YW' ,.-. af., 4 Bows 4. Namlw Caple. Rose Nnn lralg. Tom Daily, Stese Ballard. Ronme Hartman. anal Betts W'olfe Row 3. Ravlonna Santa.. Ann Howard. Pat Lenz. fathev Sprinkle. Luev Canter. and Phvlll- Ixlrkpatrlck Row 2: Don lllffllllfti. Donna Soflrel. ,low blllllh, ,loan Hampton. ,Io Xnn Jefferson. Janice I hllflI'9iQ. Maru Flora anfl Daufl Wlann. Row l Wlarilwn fnllett. llanella Svc-enew, Bllflld Thoma-. Xnna lxaw lallahan. 5llll'lt'W Allen Dc-nola Belcher. and Ylrglnla Prw. . . Do Vw k o ' wlrt this -al st! If you mln. 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Decorating the Chrlstmas tree for the mam hall are Boh Roth Wlarv Flora, Carolyn Fetz Gav SlllPl1ls Wera DPIPPI, and Judy Shea all .1 .NNW Prnt Wllllll rw for the lr unu-u ll IOStllI'llf!'s at the Art flulr Ildll0Mt'lll l lrlv were Yer 1 Supcl 'Nanev Han 4 oak Larrv D llhou r Ron m :rw Strewel Y lllxl Yahn xml Harlmy l'I'dIlllN 141-t1AtA of the Sluture ll1u llay M 111 1 lu lue fax 111611111 lt e 1 xl 1 1111 p1 1 me 1t 14111111 Fl 1 llll X 11111 lresse 114.1 UIPI Q o 1u1 lax IIIFP 1 new larlx 1ou r pu Q I 14le11 1 111 91 rctalx 1 tncaxu r F, s ll 1 of the Art Row 3 Darlene Murphy Brenda 'Nolan Martha Fessel ,Inn Potter Rlr-hard Pa-les Jlmtta Strewle Tommw Loweth Charles Chase ,Iurlw Swan Gave Cooper and B1ll1e Ruthletlve Row Z ,lane Summon lharlotte Ixaw Wloser Deanna Wlurphs Ixav Boman Paltv Burlu and Wlars Swan Row 1 Delrose Wlontgomerv. Carol Sue Morlen, Delores Dunn Dorotllv Beach and Ann Virlght K ' at . . ,M 4 T 4 D :K . X 1.91 Q . 1 ' , .K WJ 1 Q. 'frail' wt. 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Y! t ,f flll ' 111115 llillf' au' 'ess lo Ll 1'z1111m'1'u zuul 111z1111tz1 1 1 rest 5 111 pl1otog1'zpl1y. - Ou' vlul is IlI'l'5t'Illly' 1111 lc' llw spa 1154111 l ip of Nlr. I l , 1 1 .1 I l 11 . . . I 1 ' .L 1 ' l I . FI . . . 4 I 4 n V : . 4. . i . 1 Q 4 ' L9 A . . Q . . . . . 5 I f . ' . 1 v . i . Y ' 1: . ' 1 . 1 ' ., 1 A . ' : ' , , ' 1 ' , ' , f ' '. 5 , f f A . R 1 5 Qi V 1 'nfl 51 L "T A - rw 1 ,ig V 1 Q 'mfg- Sl , ' fel ' Q, 5 A ' 1 fe, , ' A A ' X , As -pg .Q A,, A . I - K ! I A .1 Vj.: he ' Stamp Clrampw ,N The purpose of the Stamp Cluh is to interest students in V collecting stamps and coins and in learning more about -fm them. The cluh was organized in l05l for the purpose of encouraging stamp collectors and helping: them exchange and find more information alrout stamps. It is open to any V, girl or lnoy in school vslio is interested in making stamps and coins their hohlny. Part of our meetings were spent auctioning and trading stamps and coins from all parts ol' the world. Sometimes we had a speaker from the Southern lndiana Stamp Club. Wie also found that hy having quizzes we could further our education on rare stamps and coins. There were l6 memlwers of our cluh and we met on Tuesday. Our sponsor is Nlr. Norman Smith. Officers for the past year were Harley Frances. presidentg David Clere. vice president: Tom Nlvers. secretary, and Jack Park. treasurer. The officers for the past year were David Clere, Harley Francis, Tom Myers, and jack Park. Row 2: Temple Sarles, Larry Badger, Bill Wise, Tommy Myers, Harley Francis. james McDonald, and David Clere. Row 1: David Stasser, Phillip Badger, Marilyn Purcell, Brenda llarcum. Marilyn Shields, ,lack Park, Fred W'arneke. and Eddie Martchan. WiAe Word Wranglem 'l'l1c NAHS Debate Club is one of tlic newest and busiest clubs around sc-bool. There arc 25 rnelnbers in our club and we meet every 'lluesduyy Debate Club participates in many activities. Debates were held with different schools both in and out of lndiana. ln the spring we attended the State-Wide Conference and a Nlock Legislature at Lafayette. Indiana. We also went to Purdue for a debate. Our officers for this year were Dick Nliddaugh. prcsitlentg liury Anderson, vice presidentg Chet Mic-hell. sem-rctaryg Donna lflanagan. treasurer: Allan Stone- bcrger. historian. and Stexe Ballard. critic. Hank Horlander and Gary Dempster discuss a proh- lem with their friend, a policeman. 65 Row 3: ,I.T. Breece, Kent Doughton. Donald Cohn. Steve Ballard, Frank Adams, Dick Middaugh, and Charlie Reisert. Row 2: Charles Hess. Don Hardin. Allan Stoneberger. Gary Dempster. Chet Michell, Boots Blackburn, and Mr. Ball. Row 1: Wvanda Brown. Shirley Barnes, May Flanders, Betty Appleby, Donna Flanagan, Nancy Bailey. Judy King, and Lucy Anderson. H+ Row 3: Linda Osborne. Margaret Morrison, Carolyn Harper, Mary Lou Saunders, Betty Harmon, Joyce Huhler. Melvin Mitchell. Janet Adam, Betty Engleman, Marilyn Sandllacll. Pat Jenkins, June Barr, Peggy Dierking. and Norma Lawson. Row 2: Grace Ann Baily. Mary Ann Stumler, Joy Morris. Janet Slaughter. Janet Payton, Ruth Asher. Judy Wright, Joyce Cilison, Ruthie Schamel, Sherry Doughten, and Janet Fothergill. Row 1: W'ilma Jaggers, Jo Hannah Hahn. Joan Hanson., Carol Allen, Sharon Miller, Doris Canfield. Anetta Barker. Yonda Schroeder. Betty Amliurn. Sue Cory, and Judy Davis. Kam, KuAineAA1eaderA The lfuture Business Leaders of .-Xnieriea Cluln is new this Year. 'lihe purpose of our organization is to acquaint those students niajoring in lvusiness sith the activities and fune- tions of the lvusiness world. Uur aetixities for the past year were sponsored tours through offices and industrial plants and husiness skill von- tests uithin the elulv as a means of ret-ogrnizing outstanding ahilitx of the indixiduul members. Offit-ers for the past year is ere Janet Fothergill. president: Pat Jenkins, xit-e president: Joyee Gibson. eorresponding seeretary: Joan Hanson. treasurer: Anetta Barker. sergeant- all-itflllii and Jo Hannah Hahn. historian. The 1-lull 1-onsists of 43 inenilvers and we meet on Tuesday. Xliss Nlarjorie Thomas our organizer and sponsor. 3 The officers of the Future Business Leaders of America for this year were Jo Hannah Hahn. Pat Jenkins. Joyce Cihson. Anetta Barker. Janet Fother- gill, Joan Hanson. and Joyce Huhler. Sala:-ied Sclwlaf-A The Distributive Education Club is composed of those students taking distributive education courses in high school. We are on a co-operative training program-going to school W, and also working in local business places after our school 5 lllllll day is completed. Our club is affiliated with the National Organization of Distributive Education Clulas of America. The purposes of these clubs are to provide for an intel- ligent choice of occupations in the field of distribution, to learn parlianientary procedure, and to develop an ability to get along with people. This year we had our limployer-lfniployce Annual Ban- quet. at which we as students took our employers to dinner. We also helped the Polio lfund Drive and fixed food baskets for the needy. We took field trips to ohscrvc methods of selling. Officers were Dale lfarnsley. president: Bonnie Barnett, vice president: Shirley Schuppert. secretary: Nlarilyn Bir, treasurer. and Birdie Breeding. historian. The members of the D. E. Club enjoyed a picnic in the fall. Standing are Marilyn Bir, treasurer, and Shirley Schuppert, secretary. Kneeling are Dale Farnsley, president, Birdie Breeding, historian, and Gary Fentress. Members of DE and their employers enjoyed the Employer-Employee Annual Banquet. Row 4: Birdie Breeding, Betti Ford, Patricia Ogden, Joyce Owens, Jessie Bowling, Sue Miller, Yvonne Combs, Nancy Mardis, Doris Ann Wfhite, Joan Mardis, Grace Bailey, Katie Cooke, Beatrice Cox, and Charlotte Haycox. Row 3: Sandra Fetz, Harry Harbison, Tony Duffy, Donnie Bacon, Bob Harbison. James Weislmach, Dale Farn- sley, Bill Jenks, Calxin Paris, Gary Fentress, Marsin Benn, Eldon Jones, Phil Saunders Row 2 berrle Caudlll, Marlvs Parr, Nan Caudlll, JoAnn Wesbecker, Janice Lockhart, Linda Greislnger, Fran South, qhlrley Cal penter., qhlrley Schuppert, Carol Avan, Elizabeth Stephens, Carol Little, Joyce Wfatson, and Phyllis Thomas Row 1 Wanda Boggs, Barbara Austin, Qhlrley Barnes, Mae Flanders, Betty Appleby Peggy Zeller, Dong Myler, Bonnie Barnett, Marllvn Blr, Earlene Dlzney, Pat Bowerman, Rita Lee, and Jean Clark We re on the nr 1 a fannhar phra e to the students who are member of the I'dCll0 staff Our actlutles thi wear were to ne publlc addresses and demonstrate motion putures and shdefllm but our faxorlte IS the radlo statlon Our Sldtlllll broadcasts all of the basketball ames Ill Llufllll the Nijillllllll une which were broadcast by the jumor sport taster On 'Nlonday m his the ssorlt hop I6lJIOdClLd ts all of the used spot announcements durln the Cld1lY special and athletic broadcasts Under the uperwlsxon of 'llr Yernon Nlckown and Mr Robert Wlllman the members of the radio taff are proud to say thes own and operate the station You can tune ln WNAS FYI anxtlme fom 12 30 PM Umll 3 00 P ll durm the week larl Platt, and, seated, Bill Tlschendorf Checking with their englneer are Delores Dorsev 1411- Wave fn tlcuA1aA tA Preparing for their next broadcast are Judy Rasmussen, Anne Biggerstaff, Jack Isessler, Sandv Redus, Phyllis Thomas., Harriett Gillev. Bobbi Roy, and David George. iii ,N h,,!,! ,i.?.. .. as -1 Q X Y S V . ' . 0' " g : 1 a ga s ' 1 'I' ' g I' 5 47 , . s -- - L ' 'g ' ' 's ' ' ' ' f' s - live student-produced programs of the week. VVNAS-FM also ' U . ' - ' V is C' , 1 'x 7 . M N, - l N W I ,wwf . 1 .5 1 . SA I Q, I A . 01 'A r ' . A . N 0 I .I O U e f .5 sf ,p s in R' Zittle C1164 The Journalism Club is newly organized this year. lts purposes are to prepare students for later work on the school newspaper or the yearbook. Uur activities include selling programs before every foot- ball and basketball game. Candy sales and auctions are given to raise money. in December we gave a party for the two journalism classes. At the end of the school year the class devised special journalism recognition in a plaque that was given to the Passing Put Programs. fm' the haslfethau game are most outstanding member of the club. Arnold Lole, Sharon Vfeldon, Jan Kirk, Sandy Pate, and Jim Bailey. Our sponsor is Nirs. Susan Hetherington. Row 3: Jo Ann Keith, Donna Roederer. Sandra W'eld0n, Mary Silver, Jan Kirk, Ann Gleason, Ann Jones, and Sharon Riley. Row 2: Judy Schoen. Micky Nunemacher. Janice Speedy, Julia Terry. Maureen Robinson, Jimmie Rhea, and Becky Engleman. Ross l: Rona Carriott., Norma Lawson. Martha Thomas, and Sandi Pate. ,,,-wfw The members of Projection and Radio Operators Club are chosen on the basis of interest in electronics, their scholar- ship, moral character. and dependability. A good recom- mendation from members of the faculty is also one of the requirements. As sophomores. we learn to operate the equipment. Before our senior year in high school, we take a Radio Operators Examination which is given by the Federal Communications Commission. After we pass this examination, we are issued a 3rd class radio-telephone operator's permit. Reel funneled The sophomore memhers of P.R.0. are Jerry Miller, Rus- sell Green, Michael Phillips., John Hoskins, Sloan Marsh, and John McKown. We operate motion picture projection and the electric record players that are used in the classrooms by the teachers. We also operate other equipment. such as sound and radio. llc, the members. met ere-ry Tuesday in the Radio Work- shop with llr. llohert willlllliill, our sponsor. and our of- ficers. They were Carl Platt. president: Tom Sinex, yicc president, and Stexe Wells, secretary-treasurer. Our Senior members are enrolled in Radio class. Drury Moore, Steve Wfells, Steve Kime, Dale Schultz, and Tom Sinex are the junior members of P.R.O. Club. Carl Platt is the only senior member. 7. ' x ON Q1 Row 3: Dale Schulz. john Amos, Wayne Baldwin. Jerry Harrison. ,Iaek Kessler. Charles Lee. ,Ierr .lohn W'olpert. Rows 2: John Hoskins. Ted Huher. James Dome. Joe Kannapel. Stewart Boaz. and ,lohn Meliimn. Row l: John Miller. Owen Tueker. Tommy Bohh, David Brewer. and Sloan Marsh. ,- in rv, , - ' I a' ' v. . . . . X 1' . . ln .ovg' to -tu. Lo "A y Miller. iii s it 1 c itll! The officers this year for Amateur Radio were Dale Schulz.. vice president: ,laek Kessler. president. and john Meliown. secretary-t reasurer. i Radio Zadicald .xllltlll'tlI' liziflio uns ai new vluli this year. Nlenilrers who haue un interest in radio und a desire to learn nlore ahnnt radio learn to he ham operators. linmxledge of the lnternational llorse Code. the lladin Uperating inns. and the hleetrieai Theory is neeessary for an :Xlinlteur Radio l,iw'ense which llltif' he ohtained only through the lfederal 4imninunicutiims linnnnission. Uffirers this year huxe lieen Jziek Kessler. president: Dale Fi-hull. xive president. and ,Inh n lleiiown. secretary- treasurer. The spmisur of ,Xniziteur Radio this year was Nlr. Phillip Erivitsmi. - 1 f I L Row 3: Larry Ricllert, Ronnie Dehn, Oscar E. Brown. JerryScl1leicllcr.. Bill Delln, Roger Clark. Jack Kessler, Jerry Delin. Stewart Boaz. David Lenz, and Martha Fessel. Row 2: Brenda MacLean. Suzanne Zeller. Linda W'isdom.. Sue Jefferson. ,Jessie Bowling. Margaret Morrison, Becky Yvalker. Rita llruse. Brenda Marcum. Juletta Budd. Nancy Briggs. and Sammie Jeffers. Row 1: Sally Mattox. June Reynolds, Louise Haycox, Joyce Tackett. Yonda Box, Rosamond Dudley. Bernice W'hitis. Henrietta Young. Betty Dennison. and Joyce Cundiff. U6le feeder-A The officers for the past year were Sally Mattox. treasurer: Yonda Box. secretaryg Linda Wisdom. chaplaing Ronnie Delin. presidentg Jerry Dehn. vice The Bilvle tlluli is one of the newest clulvs at XAHS. It was president. and Margaret Morrison, historian. organized during this school year. It was founded lwy lliss Mary Augenstein to stimulate Bible reading und to encourage service in the community. We had a float of which ue were xery proud in the ' l'l4hINt't'UllIlIl? l,2ll'iltlt'. We nnule- filirislnias baskets and liliristnias tray cards for the partie-nts at Iflnyrl County llc-inorial llospital. l I- . 1 1 . . llus xc-ur our rm-inlwrsliil: nas limited lu .33 I1lPllll1PI'S. lmut ue- would like ln enlarge our menllwrsliip in future years. 2 'fkvrlk During our nn-ctingf we studied lviographies of great men and xwiiir-li uf the Bilvle. which were yery interesting. x YXX Our uffim-ers for the year were lionnie Dehn. president: .lerry llc-lin. xire lJl't'Sll'lt'l1l1 Yumla Box. secretary: Sally """f",:-f Nlattox. tn-asurr-r: l,inda lliisdoin. chaplain. and Nlargaret Xlnltlwtrll. lllilthflilll. Hon Pro eAA1ona1A Our chapter of Future Teacher of Amer1ca 15 the Glen Barke Chapter named 1n honor of our uperlntendent of schools Thls year we sponsored the Par ent Teacher As oc1at1on ta ale 1n January The money ra1sed wa used toward scholarshlps for junlors and emors who are study ln to become teachers Membershlp 1n Future feachers of Amerlca 1 open to anyone who IS mterested m teach1n as a vocatlon The offlcers thls year were Clara Rudolph pres1dent Pat Bowman nee presldent Judy Reas trea urer The executne committee conslsted of Mary Stumler Donna Waterhouse Joy Dlllman Jerry Wrlght Phyllls Tomlln Gayle Young Pat Beswlck and Llnda lVlcCa1n VIISS Francls W1n tandlv IS the sponsor Plannlng future act1v1t1es are Jerry Wrlght, Joy Dlllman, Gayle Young, Phyllls Tomhn, Pat Beswlck, Mary Stumler, Llnda WlcCa1n, Judy Eadens, Clara Rudolph, and Pat Bow man ASSOPIIHU PTA scholarshxp tags are S h 1 r le y McCutchan, Joy Dlllman, Gayle Young, Clara Rudolph, Carol Prather and Pat Beswick Row 3 Darlene Bennett, Jo Ann Watson, Janlce Her ron, Judy Eadens, Donald Salyers, Joyce Condra, Llnda McCa1n, Carolyn Mann, Pat Bowman, and Donna Krlmnger Row 2 Shlrley Roblnson Juamta Rake, Gayle Young Clara Rudolph Jerrv Wrlght, Pat McCaffrey, Jayne Bowan, Donna Wag ner, and Phyllls Tomlln Row 1 Julla Barker, Penny Reas, Lottle Slaughter, Lana Eve, Linda Mifflin, Pat Bes wick, Joy Dillman, Donna Waterhouse, Sandy Bea man, and Barbara Adams. I - s . . E S s ' s. s s ' ' g s ' '. ' ' s . . S . V ,- - O' f f Lo D , . .S Y . . . . U ' r: - - 4 ' Q Y S ,' Eadens, secretary, and Penny -, s . ' 9 3 5 ,T 7 ,T 9 , 9 . 7 l 1 J. p . . S . . . U . 5 9 5 7 . 22 'l'homas. The exeeutixe committee consisted of Shirley Brock 7 wi? Watching student nurse Jeanette Dicrking fold cancer bandages are Future Nurses Carolyn Hogue.. Sharlett Overton. Nancy Lucas. Alice Phillips, Joanne Yveslvecker, Cora Johnson, Larol Lewis and joy Dlllman. Tens el-ata:-e Take:-A "Sinccrit5 of Purpose" is the motto of the Il16lI1l3EfS of the Future Nurses Club. The purposes are to interest high school students in per- sonal and community health. to encourage students to Con- sider the requirements and opportunities offered in a The 0ffi1.,.,.,i of the Future Nursos Club an. Barlmra Austin. president: Carol Payton. treasurcrg Phylis Posley, vice presidentg ,loan Blackiston, sergeant-ab arms. and Judy Thomas, secretary. nursing career. and to help memlaers choose a field in the nursing profession that they might wish to enter. Our installation and initiation were hoth held in the auditorium. We celelnraled Christmas with a tea at school, lay hating a party at the home of Vlrs. liuchman. lay taking illlt'lSltllLiS presents to the children in Childrenis Hospital. and ln sending ornaments to the patients at Silvercrest Hospital. We also made handages for the Hed Cross cancer patients. Un a xisit to a hospital in Louisville. Kentucky. we 'vs enjoyed hearing a guest speaker, who spoke on nursing as a career. ln Xlarch we visited St. joseph Hospital where two past memlvers of NAHS Future Nurses Clulm took us on a tour. We visited a few' of the patients and had interesting talks with some of the nurses. The nurses showed us their living: quarters. explained their training program. an-I told us of their social activities. A few' of the social euents to which they look forward are it 5, weekly nioxies and dances. 'l'he clulfs sehool year ended with our annual tea. given lit Xlrs. ,lohn Paris at her home. illll' officers the first semester were president. liarliara . . . , . , Austin: Xlt'4' president. lhyllls losley, and secretary. Judy and Nlary Stumler. Uni' clulu is under the sponsorship of Xlrs. Vtinilirevl Hucliman. 4- ' One of the facilities in the clinic is the weighing scales. Taking advantage of this are Linda Miller, Mary L0V9a and Linda Dmllgas- XVith packages in their arms. the members of Future Nurses are hoarding the bus to visit Chil1lren's Hospital. Waiting to he served at the annual Christmas party are Barbara Austin, Judy Thomas, Nancy Thompson, Phyllis Posley, and Carol Puterbaugh. 'Q . Q x if L- x NK up 23 I2 4 .41 5. Row 2 lrrs W atson, Jovee Prom ter, Sue Parks, Mary Martin, Mary Penn, and Martha Neely Row 1 Rulw l aw son. Leona Patrreks, Joyce Wilson, Sarah St 1 lalr. and Wanda Granvr Sc ated are P rtty Xtkms., Faye fJlll'i0l'l, Peggy Lawson, Mary ,lane Atkins, and Mary Martin mix Maw tel-A 3- Row 3 Dorrs Perkms, 'Ilarllvn Wan Wlnkle Mildred brangler. Wlarvl- Parr and ,Ioan Mardls Rom 7 Shrrlev Hthuppf rt Martha Atkins and Y lrglllld l ander Rom 1 Alree Mkrns and Sue Terrv Future Homemakers of Amerrca xxas orvanrzed to pro mote a UTONSIIIU' apprecmtlon of the jox and satlsfactlon of homemakrnff and to enrphasrle frlendshrp and enrourafre democrarx rn home and IUIIIIIIUIIIIW lrfe Nlemhershlp ln luture Hornernalxers rs open to frnx gflfl xx o rs talurw or as taxen at least one semester of home eeononne- and IQ mterestfd rn hornernalxrnf Future llomernalters rs a rnemher of the state 0lU3l11Zdll0l1 and has also heeome an honor chapter Tlllc xear xxe haxe ul nxemhers and meet ex erx Tuesdax Prohlems xxhlch confront toclax s homemaker are fIlNf'L1NCPKI at our rneetrnrfs and xxe trx to rmproxe ourselxes hx these drscussrons N ec ral utrxrtres rn xxhrc I1 xx: plrtulpate arc rho Nlo ur auffhter ferr and rho Future HIIIPIIIJIUIN .md luure lmxer 1tx rn Nlareh foxxard New Horrzons 1 our motto and xxe trrxe for rt xerx hard hx trxlnff to rmproxe our Ixomemalxrnff and hx trxlnff to heeorne hetter homemaker- Our offlcers for thls xear are Vx Kinda branffler PIGNICIPIII DOFIQ Ann Whlte xrre PYPQICIPHI Patsx Allxlllg serretarx rls latson treasurer aro Nlardrs edltor Nara 't arr 1- orxan .mf mrlramen arran .rrx jane rn sonff earler .xnf xntna ltlxllhlll srrgmrrx 1 .nm r fhapter mother rs r ne o I 4 4 flu 1 Nlrs frlflfld Broxxn 3 ' 2 , I ' I ' I ' Q . I ' ' ' I ' P-'1-r. O F l D I K ,iv ' x 5 , ' P xi 2 ' 5 ' r ' F ,, - h '. ' " P h . I' . . ' 0 Sp h. U, i I I HV- ,-KL8, D F ' . . ' . H4 . . - I . A Ifarmers party. We also go to the distrir-t meeting at lndiana A I Y .W W. K . v . . . 1' ' 6 . .Q C' F' .b .M V- I N. C. -A Qi. Z I1 I' . . :J ': C I . - ' 1 ff 'h f. v g 'k ' A A ' ' ' 9 ' CI '. hi-re ' I 1' " t' " : NI' ' .MIC s. .A ' 13" ' ' . '. . 5 ,I IQ' I" H'-' ' I t-.t-" s. " ' -:.' Al. ' I Q A Ou r ' ' -' 'F Xl 's. VII 'I . Thr- slrnsr r' rf xur L ' 1 Q- , " '. Uv -...nw V 'QF 51 52 QE gi Sl it EZ 1 1 il Row 4: Larry Porter, Lin Ruby, Paul Parsons, Abell Hays, Melvin Porter, Eulas Wfhite, Larry Bilbrey, George Lloyd, David Fenwick, Billy Bailey, and Uliver L. Ross. Row 3: David W'hiteside, David Breeding., Ernest Purvis, Leroy Baumgartle, Charles Ross. Bob Owens. George Spaulding, Billy Thomas, Ronnie Jones. and Arlen Payne. Bow 2: Eddie Williams. Chester Brumnlett, Larry Dodge, Larry Roberson, Carl Evans. Frank Goss, Forrest Cobb, and Fred Cundiff. Row l: Mr. ,Iames YVard, sponsor of the chapter, L. C. Asher. Alvin Lang. Bobby Timberlake. George Malone. Richard Evans, Terry Henehan, and Kenneth Dunn. Conn try gen tlemen lfuture l'ltll'Illt'l'S of .-Xnierica. organized in 1028. Vtlllltl to New Albam March IU. l9l9. Ihe purpose of our club is to dexclop cliaracter. agricul- ture leadership. and create an interest in agricultural life. Any nielnber or student of Yllt"lllUll'll 'rgriculture is en ll ' -5 . lhis year our big project is in co-operation with tht nationally. The officers of our club were Xlelxin l'orter. president: l,in llubx, vice president: George Loyd. secretary: l.. lf. Asher. treasurer: and .-Xbell Hays. sentinel. The sponsor ol' our club is Nlr. jnnles Ward. Testing corn for moisture are Ulivcr Ross. David Best. Carl Evans. and Bill Jones. Checking the equipment before attaching it to their machinery are David Breeding and Oliver Ross. National Safety Campaign. in wlllvll we plan to rate high 4' Q xv 'l'l1e presidents of the 'l'ri Hi Y's this year were Virginia Mason.. Phi Delta: Delores Dorsey. Omega: Delrose Nlontgomery. Zeta Chi: lxay liarter. Alpha Beta. aml l.ilnl1y Davis. Alpha. N--...ws E Q Planning for the morning worship service is the wor- ship committee of Alpha Tri Hi X . eonsisting ul' Dixie llolwrson. Phylfis Tlxomas. Santly Rerlus. Pat Xlnliott. ancl Lynn Norris. Clu-IA tian C'oedA "To ereute. maintain. auul extend throughout the home, sehool. and eonnnunity. high stumlursls of Christian ehar- aeterf' is the 'l'ri-Hi-Y purpose. We stantl for pure thoughts. pure morals. mul pure at-tions. The purpose of our meetings is to transaet sueh lwusiness as may eonie lu-fore us, to fortify nlll' high purpose through eouferenee anml Bilvle stutly. to strengthen the ties of frienmlship that lrintl us together. anti Io uialte 'l'ri-lli-N Vlulns and oursehes of greater serxiee to our fellows. This year 'llri-lli-X and Hi-X elulvs at New .-Xlhauy High Sc-hool joined together to form ll eo-etl eouneil eonsisting of the presiilents. sponsors. and a lIlt'llllN'l' from each organiza- tion. lt if for the purpose oi' bringing our elulws eloser to- ?ether in oltl' uetixities. The oi'fieers of the eouueil are Delores Dorsey. presitlent: Stew X on .Xllnn-u. xiee presimlent. and l,ilvlwy Duxis, seeretary-treasurer. Ihe lI'l-lll'N s also haul a lomt nutiation for those ot Ur ss ho hLulu't lveen initiated. lt took place at Trinity Nlethoalist Lllllfaill. .XII ll'l-l'll-X presuleuts took part in the Ff'l'Xll'f' and Xliss Ruth liraeutigazn was our speaker. Q FQ nj. To the left are the members of Alpha Beta Tri I-Ii Y. Row 3: Connie Ross, Sherry W'aggoner, Betty Wfeber, Bonnie Wade, Janie Brand- enburg, Marcella Bugbee, and Myrna Bugbee. Row 2: Judy Gehring, Jeannie Byrd, Ellen Haertel, Dru Scott, Judy Knoob, Sue Mc- Claren, Marsha Kem ple, and W'ila Foster. Row 1 : Dwala Funk, Phyllis Raney, Judy Peyton, Janice Leach, Kitty Ferguson, Shirley Allen, and Barbara Miller. Looking oxer the stationery to be sold as one of the Omega Trl Hi Y s projects are Mary Richardson, Mary Schuler, Jule Etta Budd Susie Abbott, and farol Lay To the left are the members of Omega Trl H1 Y Row 3 Ann Paulsen Phyllis lxlrkpatrlck, Jean Duer Betty W'olie Mary Richard Jefferson and Melxa Oates Row 2 Mary Schuller, Judy Denton Sharon Miller Jule Etta Budd Linda McCain and Gayle Keach Row 1 Sharon Mlltenberger, Susie Abbott, Mary Ann Mc Gee, Phyllis Dans, Carol Lav, Ruth Million and Onelta Phillips . . , . 9 Yr : ' J .V . , 9 i ' son, Delores Dorsey., Sue , . 5 L . 0 , . Q . A 1 9 Offleers of Alpha Beta Trl H1 Y for this year were Judy Alexander, seraeant at arms, Ponnle Ross, chaplain, fyn thla Hickman, uce president Bonnie Waxle, secretary, Kay Carter, president, Phyllls Raney, representatn e, and Marsha lxemple treasurer Members of Phi Delta Trl H1 Y are shown to the right Row 3 kay 1 rant, bharon Dodge, Rose Ann trait. Ann Wrlchl, Barbara I ral, Phyllis Silxers, and Joanne Watson Row 2 Marianna Otrlch Y S onne Combs, Barbara Doll, Linda Wfisdom, Nita Thompson, Ylrglnla Mason and Earlene Dlzney Row 1 Joyce Thomas, Joanne Thomas, Kay Condra, Beth Reas, Linda Flll90I'l, Phvlhs Tomlin, Joyee Watson Betty qtesens and Judy qeller Looking over their prized pos- session, the train used on their float in the Homecoming. Parade, IS the HOIHCCOIIIID fommittee of Phi Delta Tri Hi Y conslstlny of Barbara Crain, Phyllis Qilvers, Linda Wisclonl, Rose Ann Craig Kay Londra, Nita Thompson, Judy beller, aml Linda Gibson fm :EU W orklng ln ilu elu ekroom are the Officers of Alpha Trl H1 X They are llnfla Paulsen, nee presulent, Nancy Mel ullouglx treasurer, Harriett Gully sec retary, and Judy wlllllllll puh lu ltv elnef To the left are the members of leta I lu Trl H1 X They are Farolyn BlNQlllUl r, Barham Blair, Anita Bragg- Y 1 Isa Box Donna Brook lxlv 1 lrroll ,land 1 lrter, lhelm 1 fartel Pal fury Sue 1 rump ,lovie Daugherty, Brenda Dau-. Tmrry Eastrulffe June Fulker son, and llara Haeslev Wlar varet Harcle-.ty Ruta Rluh ,Ioan Wlaler Ylrfflnla 'llanley Marv Maaon, Sandra Muller Delrose Munlvomerv larol llorlen Pc gg? Marlin Alma Ju illlld Rea- frt'l'dllllll1 R918 ert. April Nappenhc lcl antl llarv ,Io Ha-.lev .luxlv Selloen Mary SIIWPF, kdllllf Stronv fleatla Stulvlnns, Sue Taylor farl oll Thomas. Carole W llllh lerrle W llson lrla W ood, l' wangellne Y oung Intl 5 mflra Vs llhllll T3klll" tmu out for a clrmk are the oliuers of Yeti ilu 'lrl H1 X Tllu ire Dclrose llonlvonu rw pri -.ulent , 'll lr! 5llWKl'N, ure pre-ulent, l ally lorv he INIIIQI lulls Slll0Pll -1 1 ret :rw u ul 'Wm 4 ll :pl un T . . I L l f T 4 I , ' V J . ' , . I . I 9 ., . . I 8 , ' 1 A . A U T .1 ' x 4 1 1 . 1. P 1 1 S .1 it ., 1' .1 . - .1 1 .' . . , . , . . , . ' J 1. . .S U 5 , , .7 ' , ' : . 1 ' - 8. V . 5 Q , . A 1 , B . . . . . g L ' q 5 ' I. .' l I I I 1 . . . . . 1 1. Ou-rlon, lhelma0v1-rlon. 1 . .Sn . . , . . , . 1 I ' 'xi I L 0 1 1. p 'v' .'x w 1 L , 5 ag - . a A ,l L x Q 1 1 w 7. .w , . 4 1. I , S Q . . , 1 , ' .1 . 1 ' ll 0 . E . J 1 A . " 1 - 1 W , 1. ,-' , 2 , l' -hr.. Y' ' .' , ,, 'V A I. - ' 1 uml L1 ' , 'lc-n. - 1 1 . .pr-1 U' ,dw- wwwpmq 'rap fu. 43 we The memhers of the newly organized Tri Hi Y-Hi Y Coetl Council are Kay Carter. Tom Hutchinson. Lihhy Davis. Delores Dorsey. Holi Smith. Ronnie Be-dan. Delrose Montgomery, l.. B. Hoeker, Ann Paulsen. Joy XVe1ltlle. Phyllis Rainey. and Johnny Martin. Service 'lien L t The Hi-Y llluhs ure u nation-wicle fellowship of high i' i '-V X school youths working for at Christian tl1'IIllN'l'ilt'f. It is il ii "" serxiee vlulv for the svhool unfl also at purpose group. QE i it , ll e ure ehullengetl to llllllllily Vtlllllllli otlrselxes to our ff!! . Christian purpose: "lo 1-rf-ale. tnuintuin. nntl extencl ,.' 5, throughout the home, st-hool. untl Uflllltllllllllf. high stantl- i i armls of llhristinn c'l1urul'tel'. Each Hi-X is u YNIC.-X unit. 'lio he a part oi' this niovenlent. , it is necessary that our vluhs he uffiliatetl with the state My and national IlltW6ll1EIli. W Meinlivership is open lo any high st-hool hoy who will suhserihe to the purpose antl live up to that purpose. This veal' all of the l'li-xtis autl 'llri-Hi-Yis haxe formeml Ll eouneil to which a few lllt'Illltt-'YS of eat-h vluh helong. lle engage in many at-tixitif-s tluring the year. such us srhool. untl other stutlent projet-ts. Hut-h war me gixe at The Presidents of the Hi Y's this vear were Boh I . . b . ' , , . . .. ,. . ' St'llUtlll'SllllD lo the outstuntlinu lvox lll tht- lll-N Lluln. he Smith. Signing lom Hutchinson. Freshman. and , U , ' ' . I gww, yonxllmvn genim, also hail an initiation lvuilquet untl at fem pu-nies. working for the XlLil't'll of llitnvs. huxing wnnly sales ut 3 2 nw- QQ' l 'S Members of the Senlor H1 X are shown to the left Row 4 John Bays, George Slegrlest, Don Rlehert, Danny Seger, Blll Jones, Kent Prage, and Doug Doughten Row 3 Jack Bohannon, Don Peters, Davld Flanagan Don Townsend, Blll Stem hauer Allan Stoneberger Bob brlmes, Tom Haber mel, Jon Mathes and Eldson Howard Row 2 Omer Mlddleton John Pepper, Shelby Humphrey Bob Mltehell Tom Hend rlckson, Blll Burd Jim Emery Joey Tueker, and Butch Pleree Row 1 Steve VonAllmen, John Brooks, Bob Hobaek Jack Hunter Gerry Levus Larry Lee f' ary Epperson Wayne Largent and Jerry Very Offleers for the Senior H1 X for this year were ,lack Hunter, chaplam, Steve Won Allmen president Jerry Very seeretarv, Jack Bohannon treasurer, Jim Emery vlee president, and Don lhehert sergeant at arms Members of the Sigma H1 X are shown to the left Row 3 Bob Ewton, Dallas Montgomery Max Fentress, Herbne Underhlll and Davld Hargrave Row 2 Larry Richards, Don Dooley Bob Hottle, Jack Harvey Norman W'rlght Jerry Dehn, John Stumler and Don Weber Row 1: Dave Cyphers, Larry Peyton, Bob Smlth, Hank Horlander, Jamey Aeber sold, and Roland Mather. 0ff1cers of the S1gma H1 Y were Roland Mather chap- la1n Herman Bott treas urer Bob Qmlth, presldent and Norman Wrlght, v1ce presldent Members of thc l'r1 shman H1 X are as shown to the rlght Row 3 Bob S1ngleton, ,I1m Dally, ,hm Teller 'lom l'IlllI'lllIlQ0l'! and Row Bryant Row 4 Larry Wllson, Joe Walker Eddle Arnold Nor bert Bostock Jlm Spark man Don McAfee Robert Applegate Denms Bostock, Jack Zahn, and Tom Whlson Row 3 Wally Bl1ce, Bob Thorn, Leon Wrlght, Sonny Wrlght, Jerry Jenkms, John Martln Don Baldw ln Jack Cook, R o n n 1 e Adams, and MOPPIS Middleton Row 2 Paul Epperson Ralph Dooley, Gene W1seman Bob Randolph, Ixenny Hart f1eld Ted WlcCurdv Stewe Thom Lddle Endrls, and Steve Roy Row 1 Lynn Dennv Bruce Bandy Jody Murphy Dannv Marsh Harry Flam gan, Melun Romans, B1ll Shofner, and Don Travls l'l'CSll!'lld!l H1 X Offlcers were Wayne Baldwln wlce presl dent fharles Wolf, treas urer Kenny Hartfleld sergeantat arms, Bob Ran dolph Cllaplalll RobertA plegate secretary and Tom Hutchmson presldent 77 . 9 9 9 ' 3 - 9 V F . I K N 0 I I . ' 1 , 9 L 9 .' 7 9 O V9 ' 9 - ' ' -v 9 9 . 9 Y. 9 Charles W'olfe, Tony Bacon, . 2 Q 5 . Q A 1 , Y . : V Q 9 vs , . V. 5 V. I .I 1 a 17 - 3 9 9 . 3 p' 9 9 9 ' W Y 34 dinning to Win "We aim to wind is the motto of the llifle Cluh. The Jur- l pose is to acquaint students with a 1-omprehensix'e knowl- edge of firearms and to dexelop shooting skills. We receive basic instruetions in the use and care of fire- arms and become familiar with equipment used in hunting. target shooting. and pre-military work. Nlemlnership is aequired hy payment of animal dues and successful 1-ompletion ol the lmsit' training c-nurse. Oflu-ers this year were james Baker. president: Bill 'llisehendorf. sive president: john Bott. exeeutiw offim-er, and Pat llolmerts. sevretary. The firing: for awards qualilieation is set up hy tht- lli- rector of the Civilian xlHl'liFIllilllSlllIl. Department of the Jxfllly and regulated In the National Board for the Pro- motion ul' liifle l,l"ilt'llt'l'. We reeeixe training for the NAH5 team at the likin Are- nue Beereation Center. Looking through the spotting scope to make sure their aim is straight are Mr. Francis. Bill Baumann., and Gene Summerville. The eo-sponsors of Rifle Cluh are Nlr. Harley Franeis and Xlr. Robert Ketzner. Row 2: Mr. Kc-tzner. David Sc-ott, Yvilliam Bline. W'alter Bline. Bolt Booker. David Grimes.. Bill Baumann. Boll Allen. Marvin Craig. Ronald Young. Melvin Bonelmrake.. Jerry Sommerville. Paul Roberts. Susan Braitling. Mary ,lane Braitling. ,Ioyee Franeis. Glen Perkins. and Mr. Franeis. Row l: ,lim Baker. Walter Stuart. Gene Summerville, Martha Coffman. ,lack Bott. Louis Crayden. Bill Tiselnen- dorf. Richard Hilton. and George Hays. Row 3 Bob McDonald, Lynn Denny, Larry Rlchards, I arry Bad er, ,Inn Hardin, Blll Ryall, Alun Yates, Charles Brown, and Bucky Lannlng Row 2 Gerald Hines, Fred Jewell B1llLurchm1e-de Bob Wagner Dennis Preston, Blll BlSh0p, Marun Plue, Jerry BOWllllg, Dean Taylor Phil Hollahaugh, and James Roller Row 1 Jerry Very, Melun Romans flarence Tenny, Jack Poeien, Barry Snuth Raymond Km ht, Larly lxraft Larry Rogers, John Peters, Bllly Kldd, Denny Qmlth Roy Edu lrds, and Duk Mlflllallgll Stnlze Strnlem x ha In 4 loo xox ls ell llllPl.0JOlI1 the Btlltllll I The purposes of thxs duh are to proxlde healthful leur alum and to teafh ood portsman hlp hath welr ll01Jll19Q 'ue avxarflerl to members ln ln le and team COlllpPlllQl0Il Thr wear we were honored to he members of the wlllijllll Boss 111 fon les We howl ear h VS erlnesdax after Lhool hetvteen 1 O0 P NI The cluh meet ln room 202 exerx Thursdax when we enjox fllIllQ on hom to lmproxe our hosxhn Helpful adsl 1 IX en to us lax our ponsor and txle and form are a o c LU l One of the a tlxltle of oul eluh IQ the mnuil hanquct lr the 1 1 rlhe offlcels of the l976 196 lea ue were lallx 5ll9I rod presulent larrx Bad fr nee pre ltlfnlll Bun 5lllllll suretars and Jim l'l3lCllIl trea urcr e Blllkllll Lluh IS under the sponsol l p of llllxe Holfman lharles Brown lb preparlne, for the howling tournament ' : . ' 1 A. f g ' f ' ' . V' 1 A 1 V . O ' ' 9 s ' Q l V . 1l I q I 0' 1 1 . . 2 ,- 1 I . ' 1 11, 'g . 1 1 . . 1 . 1 11 1 1 . 1 . 1 I 0 Any 'g s'l l l 1' 'g' ' ' " g flulv. ' - g s ' : ' s ' . l ' 1' a ' ' . . 2 1 1 1 11 . S. g 1 .S 1' ' ' 'f , e l a " a 'l' g I gf' -s. ' - . . 'F Y Q. - V 11. and 1:00 P. ll. at the Pearl and Uak Bowling Alleys. .1 1 .1 1 . 1 1. 11 1.11 1 , , , C. , is g" s 1' S V , 5 1' ' ' fls, Iis- ssec. 1: ' " ' s ' ' '- a 1 ' 1 '1 SI rirg. ' , '- 'N T - TT g s ' . "' f '- ' ., .' 1 . 1' gf. " s' : z"1'Q ' . :lr ' '. ' ' ' ' . s -. Th " g ' ' - ' 'sli Mr. I . -- - 0, , ,- Row 4: Robert MeSpaddin. Ronnie Adams, Larry Fischer, Jim Baker, Herbie Underhill, and J. D. Rexroat. Row 3: Gene Middaugh, Jerry Harrison. Gary Austin, Jim Seott, Jerry Flener, and Wfally Blice. Row 2: Dave Ramsey, Bill Ryall, Don Eckert, Chet Miehell, Zeb Miles, Roger Moody, Bill Tischendorf, Tommy Van Cader, and ,lim Hardin. Row 1: Jim McCartney., Eddie LaDuke. Ronald Sterling, Butch Jerrell, Larry Quinn, Larry Goens, Denny Jenkins, Don Cummins, Cliff Deal, and Joe Kannapel. letter men The purpose of the Yarsity X Club is to pronlote athletiv, scholastic. and extra curricular activities. and to participate in any worth-while functions ol' the scliool or community. Some of our activities for the past year were mixers following various ballgames and having speakers during our club meetings. We have the duty of taking care of the basket- ball Court and see that it is alwavs in order, and ol Course we have our own intramural lwasketball team. This YGHI' we presented a novelty pep session for the whole student hodv and partir-ipated in the llmnevmning Parade. To lwf-miie vligilmle lor tht- lursitv N Club, vault llll'lllllt'l' must lmxc- earned at least one varsity letter in any ol' the- inujor sports. llc- shall also lm imurally sound and growl Citizens. Ulifivers for tht- past yenr were Jim Swwtt. presiflt-nt: Dave Ramsev, vim' president: l.arrv Quinn. sm-retarv-treasurer: The officers of the Varsity Qluh this year were Jin' and Garv Austin. serf-vaxit-at-arms. Scott, iresident' Larr uinn secretar -treasurer, . P 9 9 X - Gary Austin, sergeant-at-arms, and Dave Ramsey, Mr. Forest XIt'f,affrv. the football eoavh. is our sponsor. vine president. Row 1: Lynn Zeller, Connie Stepro, Karen Marx, ,Ioan Gilley, Julie Boone, Yeralynn Stevens, Betty Harmon. and Barhara Bowerman. Row 2: Patty Yvilson, Hazel Meliintosh, Maureen Parker, Linda Rohy, Mary ,lane Atkins, Doris Kopp, Judy Shea. Janet Slaughter, and Phyllis Thomas. Row 3: Helen Padgett, Wilma Snook, Josy Treeder, Jane Adams, Carolyn Elsler, ,Indy Streekfus, and Earlene Sneed. gay, 14tlnletic, and 14m6itivaA. p To stimulate participation in girls' athletics and to set a higher stamlairrl ol' srortsmanshim and wholesome livin-T' . l rr this is the purpose of the Girls' .Mliletie Assoviation. The elulv is under the sponsorship of Nliss Sue Hughes and meets on Wednesrlay after sc-hool. The elulm has 15 members consisting of sophomore. junior. and senior girls. The only requirements to get into the rlulm are to show an interest in sports and to he willing to partiriprite in the active sports. During: the year me take part in sur-h sports as baseball, volley ball. softlnall. hadminton. amd tumbling. ln the summer we lime a swimming party and ulsv a vluln pit-nir. whieh ends the yeur's uetirities. The eluli a'so takes pfrt in zu-tixities with other schools. The officers for this year are Nlaralyn Wolf. presidentg Phyllis Thomas. vire president: Judy Streckfus. ser-retaryg Nlarthu Coffnigm. treasurer: Mary .lane Atkins. sophomore representative. and Ruth Payne. sports manager. CAA gi,-lg forrn 3 pvranlifl, w J 3' fx ca T ' Q as 'l'lu- ,lunixsr Roush-rs l'lllllllSlllSlll'Zllly lmostm-tl tlll' JY lraskctliull tvam :it all ol' tlu-ir home- gains-s. Nr M1-nllwrs ol' tllv junior lloustvr Ext-clltive Ifonlmittee haw- just planm-tl om- of tlwir mvvtings. Tllfy' are ,loan llzimptum. Sandy Schultz. ,luily Knooli. Bonnie- Vviixli-. Hue' xlt'lllill't'II. Carol Btlllillllltlllq lllilflrwl Hampton. ,lutly P1-yttm. Phyllis Haney. and Vicki llllllll. Kal pap Kaclzef-A . ... l:tl.lNlQ1lll.lXlll. Ihilllll!'ilrt'X1lllNllllllltblllllllt u ll xml att:-mlm-rl thc- junior Xaifitx lrallganu-s. Ihr- junmr llmvstf-iw fuitllfullxi lurk ull uf ilu- lumf Yzirsity spurtf llc' fpmiwr tlic- junior xill'Sllt f'lIt't'l'lt'ii4ll'l'f. uluiuli .in . tg cliusvn lui Stuelvnt liUllllt'll ami llavulty llltllllltl ,I X I'llPPl'lf'iI1ltxl'S am- Q4-lf-V14-ml from lie lumen mel nplimimu girls mlm try nut for tluis IH! lllllll lliuilm ulmi fm tlii J yfill' mir? lliyllis llallf-5. Nlilxlrc-nl lluniptmi. Simly 5 it and Jucly Russflll. , . lilw lr:-flim ti ri mil nplimw-rw uri- I1-ll m 'wp ft nm lv, tha- J. N. l'lll'l'l'l4'Allll'l' 'xml llllllul Hn UFll'lF. 'llliis yearlw vurpwii-o1'f in-rc ,Nliy lxaitliriii lillif amml Xll llmlith Tinglf- at NAHS. un lu lima-l alll mllmil 'llliv purpusv- ul' tliif mgaiilizaitiml 1 '- activities aml tu pwimvte- spnwtsiminfliip illlllbllgl .ill ftuclf nt llvnilve-rsliip llllillll-ll'2llllbIl5 am- tu ln' ai l-l'1'4llIIl'lII or Ntllblllh niure girl aml tu ln- willing tu Slllllbllfl tlie- plirlmsm-5 ul llu organization. K. Leaunv the School after a uctorlous game are the ,I Y I heerleaclm ra Sanflv Schulw, Phvllls Ranev, ,luflv Ru-sell, and 'llllclnul Hampton ,J W e umm 1 fl enteley a Hull Ill ills Hmnermmnv uulc lf m 1 mnmplumn 1 1 lv or 0 m - Sandra Iurtm lmcla Balley Luev Conner. Darlene 11 I1 N 1 1 mum Murphv makm but ka for the ,I W Sock Hop vi' yf?5 ..,-W. 'K ,J - pw... I amlulateb for Junior W arbltv Basketball ueen vm re Y ll kl Lahn. Y lfkl Hahn, Phyllis Raney, Bonnie W ade. am lxlttv Iwrgu-on 'lhe queen, Bonme Wade. was chosen at the J Y Sock Hop as an w-7 5 E. N , 'MY j . I 4 , . V , I 1 Q , ,, m K ' v wb x X i 'N Y. I ' I If ' A Th J .' ' Brusbw 'fl ' 2 h ' ' ' C.. I 1 Pau - on which me he I any 3 ' - ts. w ' We frm the upper part of thc- hennn' Boosters I 'la "X" r1'f'llllll at the luiskellulll 5: 19.1 . j A' . .' Q W A . . . llurmji the seunul sf-nwslm' me spunscweml a swell Imp at Hasselt, Martha Leilrer, Pal Cory. and Darlene ul1'- il ,l. X. lluxleellulll Queer. ms " '1enl. H ' F ' ' ' 3 - - f ' - V If ' 'i 5 !E.aflf,Qf1,f ' - 5' k'Af':-- ,.,. - .... 'lf' V f I n a , 2 g e , 1 V, if , q x -e-a fed ff-e-af Klaclz 9 Vlillfx main pllrpuse-s nl Svniur Huuslvrs arm' lliltlilllg all 3' sc-lmul an-lixilin-s. lHl'l'1'ilSlIl5 srlmnl lnyully. aml l'lN'Hlll'iigIl!lg Uthilll Slllll'lSlllilllbllill. Vu- silt lUQ11'llll'l' ilurmg thi- fmlllnzlll gaum-s mul lHl'Illf'4l il Iflm-lx "N" al ull ul' our lruslwlluill gunu-s. Our 4-lic-1-ring livllmwl our lvaim um XIVIHIW ull:-r xlvlnrx III guml sports- aul-lirp uml Flllfll. Thf- rwluirf-nwiils for IIlPlIIllCl'SlliIl in Svniur Hoosiers in the past mire that you must lw il juniur ur sf-niur girl and lvf- il part uf tlic- lilf-vk lvut this wlur we flevidvcl tn take any junior ur svnim' Iwi' wlm was iuterc-steal in giving our um il luiagcr aml In-ttf-r lvuvking. 1 . lu fnrm il lrlwf-li "N all lllt'iiIlN'l'S must iwzir villwr il isliilf- ur rmwl lmluuse us aissigm-:l. 'liliis YPLII' uf- also xwren again priiilvgwl to lulu- trips on our lumslvr lmus lu away gann-s. illmllim-I' mu' uf nur rlisplglis is lllc vurel swtimi xsliivli if lnrim-ml Zllilblll vu-ry lIllll'l' gamma Our uv-slmllsu1's tllis is-air xwre- Xlrs. Joann ,lUlIk'5illl1l Xlr. lluln-rl llullllvs. 1 1 1 w Discussing plans url' Sandra lllrvvlll. trvasurc-r:, Murulyn NX 0ll'.. pri-siclvnl. and Bulb Smith. vim' prvsiflc-nl. 4. -n.-w..,,.,f ' go Team ?1glnt Team Wm Team Wm Le s go Let s iight Bulldog team lets show we re on the beam All the NA Boosters want uctory Our team ln action you will see Bulldog team, Oh Bulldog team Uh won t you vun tonlght bo rlght ln agalnst that foe And flght f15ht fight lxeep Slllglllg Lets 00 let s flght Bulldog tealn Well show we re on th beam Ulu more time now Iet-1 fro Let s show we re on the beflm Each ycal the Sc mor Booster Club sponsons .1 sonv and yell contest Any student ls ellglbh to enter llus year flrst prlzc we nt to Judy Thomas, sex ond prlle went to Mary Mason and lhlrd lll'l7f went to B lrbira lfalth Senlor Boosters form block 'GN durlnv the basketball games U D C 1 1 r ,ll , .. s ,X , 9 , 9 ,' ' . 9 . r Q . , . . , i e 9, ' . 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X -Q. 4 ' 4 m 'iz 1 Al, 14 4 The Bulldogs prepare to kick-off after the half-time of a crucial season contest. Uamity ?oot6a I 6044 tA 4-4-I Record The New Albany Bulldogs closed their season with bril- liance and color. hoasting a gallant lf-L-1 record. They opened the season hy losing to Valley 19-0. The heavy and experienced Viking team overpowered the inex- perienced hut spirited Bulldogs. Septemlwer ll, the Bloomington Panthers played host to the Bulldogs. The contest resulted in a scoreless tie, hut vital experience in defense and great strides in offense had been gained. Next the Central Bears of lfvansyille invaded Buerk Field only to he handed their fifth straight loss in as many years at the hands of the Canines. 20-lil. Shortridge played host to the upraging Bulldogs on Sep- temlner 28. ln the second half. a 055-yard drive helped the Bulldogs to victory over the Blue llevils with a final score of ll--T. The following week the lianines traveled to lfvansville to challenge the powerful F. J. lleitz Panthers. hu! they fell lo the eventual Sl.-Xt: champs 1-T-6. Next. the Bulldogs traveled to Xincennes to do liattle with the X incennes :Xlit-es. An early drive which led to pay- dirt was the lone score of the closely-knit game. During the last half. the Bulldog ground attack found numerous defects in the Alices' line. lnjuries coupled with time reduced many near tallies and once again the Bulldogs fell in defeat. Un Uctolner l9. the Canines gallantly defended against the lndianapolis Scecina Crusaders only to he turned hack lay a 123-T score. Three evenly balanced quarters revealed an almost sure tie at T-T. but in the last seconds the Crusaders pushed across from the seven yard line to defeat the Bull- q- dogs lo-1. Un October 27. the Shaw nee lndians from across the river invaded. 'llhev were trounced to the tune of 26-10 liy the Bulldogs. Outstanding running along with an improved aerial attack was too much for the Indians. Before the largest homecoming crowd in many years. the mighty Bulldogs turned back the Bosse Bulldogs 21-13 in one of the most exciting games of the season. ln the Bosse game. Captain Cary Austin failed to win his toss for an unlveliexalile record of I!-l. The N.-XHS Bulldogs will he looking with high hopes nevt year since IT returning lettermen. live of whom are sopho- mores. will lre on the squad. New New New New New New New New New Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany Albany ,f-""""' J., loaches qajko Ix Smith Hoffman Thrasher, and gl ms Match Head Coach Mel aifrw draw a plav Jllll Harfhn Bob NIcSpadd1n Jun Scott brewing Koons to Toucladowm Along with every great team, there must be a great coaching staff. New Albany's Freshman, ,I.V., and Varsity were fortunate this year to have men of such caliber as Kenneth Smith, Damon Sims, Stan Sajko, Phillip Thrasher. Mike Hoffman, and head coach. Forrest Mcfjaffry. ln order to show adequate appreciation for an outstanding job, we pay tribute to the varsity football managers. Time and work by these boys produced gains felt by the entire school body as well as the players. The managers this year were John Wolpert. Bill Barker, and Gene Wiseman. The gridiron stars of the '56 season were sparked by the outstanding abilities of eight senior boys. These boys contributed to the success and fine season record of Forrest lVlcCaffry's Bulldogs. They were Jim Hardin, Robert lVlcSpaddin. Jim Scott. Shelby Humphrey, Steve Yarbrough, Don Richert, and Abell Hays, as well as Captain Austin. KX .fi 1. f Gene Wiseman, John Wolpert, and Bill Baker sers ed the yarslty football team as managers this season Shelby Humphrey Steve Yarbrough Don Richert Row 4 Larrv Sfhdll John Bdvfs Ronnu Adams Jon Mathew ,Ink Haru-v, ,Iam S1 ott Farv Auitm md Bob Randolph Row 3 ,I D Rmxroat Ronnie lurk, btuart Harmon, Jun Dally, Jim Hardin Daud Johmson 'lllll Pavm and Bob M1'Spadd1n How 2 Larry I ullett Don Rlvhert Rlfllarll qlllllll, kent Prabe John Pepper Chet Wlltchf-ll, Omer wIllllllPl0Il, Jerry Plener and Blll Rvall Row 1 Jerry Yerv Joe Ixdnnapel Joey 'luckf-r, Ro er Moody, qtewe Yarbroubh, Larry Goens Dawe Ramsey, Daud qhallers, and qhelhv HUIUPPPB U' 3331 1124 .Q 1555912 fail? Q v r N, 94 ,qfyffffis f"" 11 f 4 if' lj , 5 " .L -sf .R W fa :ff t is th, Nm 'fi 3 g W X 4 1 . 1 v is 4- . if 511, 7 QV f .ff -- x X , r "' 4 A in Wu 'J Al.: "Y i Q L ll Z ll ' Row 3: Baker Qmanagerj, Mi er, e er, Conte, Cook, Webb, Brandt, Blice, Coach Sajko, and Coach Thrasher. Row 2: Arnold, Shofner, Schowe, Feiock, Booker, Rodgers, Sparkman, Claycomb, and Healy. Row 1: Rutherford, Roy, Schultz, Neely, Bauman, Havens, Vannis, and Thom. .Ad 'I Steve Roy breaks into the open assisted by blockers, Bob Baker and Wally Blice. Kul0eupA gain fxperience The spirited Bullpups ended the season with a 1-5-l record. After weeks of practice the Pups tackled their first opponent. They opened the season on September 20. against the Male Bulldogs and at the end of four action-filled quarters the game stood in a 0-0 deadlock. A week later the Canines. plagued by inexperience, were defeated by the Flaget Braves 20-0. ln the third contest of the season the Bullpups suffered a defeat at the hands of Butler, to the tune of 7-0. The Central Yellowjacks handed the Bullpups their third straight loss when they invaded Buerk Field and captured the tally of 13-0. The Pup-Stars dropped the next contest to the Seymour Owls li-0. On October 22, in a brusing tilt, Southern of Louisville nosed out the Bullpups 7-6. The closing tilt found the Dogs rolling over the Shawnee lndians 28-6. The Coaches. Phillip Thrasher and Stan Sajko, attribute the not too impressive season rr-eord to the use of many good sophomores on the varsity squad. llue to this fact. the l-5-l season record for the inex- perienced. undermined Bullpups is not in the least bit unfavorable. Row 4- Mr 511115 Ball Wolfe, Payne, A new Knlght, Money Stepro, Nave, Rlchard, bullett, and Mr Slllllll Row 3 Bostock Wrege, Young Wolz Plue Gohagen Balley Strelgel Hall, and Lane Row 2 Summer, qtraw, Trans, Hutchens, fhase, Heaurln Haycox, Wfllson, W olfe, Yarbrough, and qouth Row 1 lrumbo, Johnson, Bays, Bxlbro, Wenzler, Erdman, Bostock and Hawkins ?r0Ala Turn 'fide Lacking an experlenced punch, the power packed freshman football squad concluded the season Wltll a 1 2 1 record Openln the season against the rough and tumble Flaget Bray es the crafty canlnes suffered a 13 0 loss The Seymour Owls plaved host for the flrst Bull deadlock In the last stanza, llrulfilllg llne thrusts, coupled with hghtnlng runs found the canlnes on the one foot llne when tmu ran out DeSalle of South Bend prowed to be a gallant foe but were out classed bv a battle hardened crew of Pups to the tune of 26 0 The flnal tussle of the season brought forth a 7 0 defeat admlnlstered bv Holy TPIHIIV ln one of the hardest fought battles of the season Thls year s team was fortunate to be coached bv three men greatlv interested ln boys and sports Lme coach kenneth Smith backfleld coach Damon Qxms and student coach Larry 1 ullet LOIlll'llllll0ll tlme and talent to coaclnn the Pup stars throu h a flne season N : . S' , , , g , Y l : 5 9 v 9 7 of C S " ' f dog trip of the season which resulted in a 13-13 . , Y. 0 . . . . l - S . , , . L. 9 ' s ' ' s w R V 5 . t During an afternoon practice we see the Cross Country team engaging in an intersquad match. ver Hi L Ualer ba el This year the New Albany Harriers, coached by Floyd Henry, ended their season with a 5 win 1 loss record. Along with this fine record they placed third in the Seymour Invitational, ninth in the Sectional at Jasper, and sixth in the S.I.A.C. The team opened the season with a 25-31 win over Silver Creek. Then they coasted with wins over Charlestown, New YVashington, and a return meet N. A. Harriers wait for the starting gun in a dual meet with the Silver Creek Dragons. with Silver Creek. The distance men dropped their only meet to the Salem Lions, October 5th, 32-26. The Bulldogs entertained and defeated Fern Creek at the New Albany Country Club Course in the final meet of the season. 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S6616 5. r111 611116 1111' 1151 -' '1111 1,11 ' 1 1111g l'I1'l11 trip 11f 1111- 511: A f ll wr I. I 1. lla I V .!,LC.,-1 ' I -1 1 pr D' t11 '111-11 11111 X1'l1'1i.'I ' C'-51. 11 1 "ll 1 A L A ' 'I ' P 'L 11ll'l ,1 f11' YA. S1'111Il5. 111.' 111511 at 121. '1-11 1 1116 '1111 I1 1 , 11 11 1 111 B ll 11 gp 11st 1111-T1 '1 1116 111111IJS1".' 11151 il 1l'll'11 111115111 1111116 111 N1-11111111 11f 1i'111- 17.1. 1' 't Pi 11 fs 1 rl- 1 ' ' ' h' ' ts. 11 1's1 - I1. 1'1111' 1.11 11 '1 11, 1' '1 ' v' 1u1 '1111 1 1'1X'lIl.' "111 16 111. 115 ' 1. 1 st rs 0-ff. For months and months our team has practiced. Now 0 c I they are ready to hegln. Their plays have heen plannedg all their practicing is over. They are ready to pit all their skill and effort into their first contest. All the preparation will he to no avail if they cannot put it into practical use. But they cang they have trained well and they play equally well. Time after time they show it: in tense moments. in victory. and in defeat. Their training was not in vain. for they have used it. They have their reward. not just a gleaming trophy of holiday victory. hut a simile of all their hard work and practice. Behind this trophy lies their sweat. despair. and juhilation. It stands in our hall signifying to all the students and faculty that the New Albany Bulldogs have gained victory. Jim Scott toes the foul line in nervous anticipation during the Bosse of Evansville game. New Albany lost to the deadly Howe Hornets 91-57. Howe's superior rebounding strength and their home floor advantage decided the one-sided contest. Home again. we rocked the Bloomington Panthers hack on their heels 70-56. ,lim Hartfield. the first freshman to play varsity hall since "Ace" Johnson, made his dehut ln' scoring 6 points for the Dogs. At Jasper the Dogs fell 58-55. limhra Whitfield, a new varsity man, poured in l9 points. ln the final game of the season. against Washington. the Bulldogs growled over the Hatchets 72-66. New Albany was upset by the Corydon Panthers 51-L5 in their first game in the sectional. Roy Shofner, our S.l.A.C. first-string guard. was held out until the last few minutes of the last quarter due to a back injury. All in all. our New Albany Bulldogs gave us something to hc proud of this year. They showed highest qualities of sportsmanship in victories and defeat. Our '57 team will he remembered hy the class as "their" team. 1 use Q- Assistant basketball coach Floyd Henry and head coach John Givens discuss plans for their '56-'57 season. V PA4- . , c Honor to time liocyu tel-A As always, great teams are measured by their win and loss record, this record being the only thing in years after that can lie measured. Beneath the long list of compiled victories are the real elements that go into the making of a successful season. A team can close a season with a never- ending string of victories, but if in that season a feeling of friendship and cooperation toward the school is felt, then truly that team can be termed as great. Cooperation and willingness to learn enable many boys to rise from the average to the top. Fulfilling the goal desired, upholding school tradition, and boosting this goal to a greater height are some things of which to be proud. ln summary, a truly good sports program gives boys devotion to the school to match the achievements they ac- complish in any sports season. The Bulldogs this year, in achieving a 10-10 record, were hacked liy the school boosters as few teams have been. Roy Shofner i y ali y Jim Scott ,K 5' Q A sw . . .Corydon . . .Bedford . . . .Anderson . . . . . .Vincennes .........Tell City . . .Manual, lnd'polis Invitational Holiday Tournament ........................Columhus Weldon Mitchell . . .Bedford ........Bosse . . .Lafayette, Ky. . . .Richmond . . .Seymour .........Madison ,l.Reitz Central, Evansville ...........Howe . . . .Bloomington ........Jasper . . .Washington 71 58 58 57 67 66 53 56 62 56 66 66 78 80 56 94 56 58 66 Bob Carter scores on a lay-up. Jerry Harrison We bedicate . . The space at the hottom oi these two pages is given to the seniors on the Bulldog haskethall squad. We don't want to slight our fine underelassmen athletes.. hut we want to give special recognition to the lnoys who have spent their last year at NAHS. We give high- est honor and praise to the grad- uating seniors of our Bulldog team. Triumplw fiat new To U. Q4 V' x The New Alhany JN. lvaskethall team concluded the season this year with a SlJC't'E'SSl'lll I2-3 record. The Bullpups opened the season hy defeating Corydon 55-Ill. Continuing. they non oxen' Bedford Io-ll. Vincennes 35-Ill. and llanuul IT-30. After dropping il gains' lo the Tell City Nlurksinen in an overtinw Zil-Sill. they uphanded Seymour In a sn-ore of 50-10. Other xit-tories of the season inc-luded lleitz of lfvansville 56-38. Central ol' lfxansxille ll-36, Bloomington 62-50. and jasper 57-32. The other loss of the season was a hard-fought game all the way with the final gun sounding with the score 62-12. They 1-losed the season defeating the Washington llatehets 51-IZ. The leading seorers this war were john Cousins and Sonny Wright. who eau-h totaled lll points. and Charles lloll who totaled lla points. Clearing the boards for N.A. is Jim Hartfield. one of the outstanding J. V. players this year. Row 2: Joe Clayton, Arnold Cole, ,lim Daily.. Boh Singleton, Ronnie Adams, Donald Baldwin. ,lim Hartfield, John Martin, and Carleton Wrright. Row 1: Mgr. Ted NlcCurdy. Jack Stull, John Cousins, Bill Shofner.. Charles Yvolf. Emhra Whitfield.. and Jerry jenkins. Standing at right: Coach Floyd Henry. LX-" 1 K t Pup Stem ein Recognition This year the freslnnun team ended with an untlefeuted season. Cont-lwtl hy Cliurles Pratt. the Pups ended with at l5-ll record. Winning the Sl,'lC tourney. tht- lnoys showed they were a l'l'PSlllllilll team of high quality. 'llhey started their season hy edging the tiorydon Panthers lil-lf2. 'llhq-ir next ganie was also a xii-tory as they rolled over the Salem l,ions 1.0-Ill. This vontinued all season. The Pups I'tllllpl'll. roared. and voinpletely tlt-tbutf-tl ewwy team they were put up against. ln tht- final gann- ol' the sn-ason. Iflugt-t forfeited to the Pups. Une of the main lavtors in tht- lirvslnnnn sltvress was their . . - . w v w nwnilwrslnp in tlw all-lr:-slnnan SLU. tt-ani. lwo out of ilu- starting lixe were vhost-n lor this honor. 'lllwy were ,lint llal'tl'ic'ld and .lohn Cousins. who also saw varsity action this year. 'lllll"St' lvoys were a wonderful spark and inspiration to the Pups. Coax-li Pratt is more than happy with thc- tuft-oniplishments ol' this yn-gn"s l'l't'Slllllilll team. Skip Wilsmrn scores a layup against Silver Creek with the help of Paul Epperson and Jim Bailey. Standing: Ronnie Jones, Elsy Middleton, Jerry Ellis, Jim Clark, Ralph Vlfright, Paul Epperson, Mike Cornelius, Ray Bays, Jim Bailey, Gene Lind, David Peck, Don McAfee, Denny Bostoek, Steven Baron, Boll Akers, Knohhy Bostock, Jim Wilson, Mel Parish, and Herb Nevine. Kneeling: Mgr. Phil Summer, Coach Charles Pratt, and Mgr. 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The relay team showeml its ability hy placing fifth with the time of 2:05. which is 5 seconds faster than last year's time. Coachecl by Bill Shaclburne and managed by John Dyer, the team has marle a much better showing than they did last year. The boys have beaten such teams as Ft. Knox, Manual. anal Lafayette. Coach Shacllmurne has matle great aclyancement in training these boys into a team of greater potential power antl ability. Coach Shatlhurne is looking forward to next year when he will have a more experienced team to work with. He will still retain all men who participaterl on the team this year. lligh point men on the team this year were Jerry Vllalker, first: Tom Wolf. seconcl. and Chester Brarlen. lhircl. Jerry Ylfalker. one of the leading contenders for the NA Tankers. is seen nearing the finish line in a recent swim meet. Row 3: Coach Bill Shadhurne, Dave Johnson, Chester Braden, Dayul Lenz, and Mare Amster Row 2: john Pepper, Allen Blackburn, Tom Wolfe, Paul Roberts, Pom Want ader, and Daud Allen Row 1: B0 Vlfolfe, ,lim Adams, Phil Amster, and Jerry W alker 'J Ns Row a: Walter, Clayton. Ferguson, Oherhauscn, Thompson, and Coach Thom. 4 Row : Coach Smith, Travis, Adams, Ross, Middleton., Schad, Blice, Fciock, and McDonald. Row 3: Brooks. Rich:-rt., Cook, YV:-hh, Paulin. Stark. Kraft, Lowcth, and McKown. Row 9: Cousins. Brandt. Hutchinson, Kannapcl, Harrison, Fenwick, Quinn., and Carlislc. Row if Cinder bu tem Score New Albany fans loolxcd forward to anothcr sux-ccssful truck scason this your. Lust if-ur wc lost only ons- duul lncct. The XA. ll'ilL'lilllt'll hopcd to strctch the Ncvv Albany lic- luys xii-torics to four straight. The Bulldogs haw' won thcir sf-rtional incct twcnty-four times. Weldon Xlitchcll. at fine Xcu Albany high-juinpcr, rc- turncd to thc tcuin this ycur. NX cldon qualified for the state- incct lust icur. lfolloxxing in tht- footsteps of ,loc Carroll. lust ye-aria 1-hannpion pole-xuultcr. wus Daw liannsci. jerry llurrison and ,lltblll llulchinson iwrc to fill lfddic Uwcnls shocs us New .-'libany hurdle-rs. ln the dashes Bob liurtcr. Ronnie ,-Xdunis. and john Cousins hopcd to lixc up to Com-li 'llllOlll.5 high cxpci-tatioiis. Ili-turning lcttcrlncn for tho distant-c runs wcrc J. ll. lic-xrout and jcrrol Xlilcs. Uthcr distance- incn iw-rc Cliurlcs Krin- ingcr. litltliv liurlislcz and liuxid l"cmxivl4. John Stunilcr 5lJ.ll'l't'll in the lift. und l.urry Uullctt has Ncxs rllluaiiyls ls-aiding man in the- shot put. Vivith thcsc boy s. and many nlorc. the Xew Albam' track icum continucd to uin honors for our school. : Mitchcll. Milcs. Kriningcr, Harrison. Ramsey, Cullct, Rcxroat, and Cartcr. ' f Jerry Harrison, Gerald Harrison, and Tom Hutchin son take low hurdle jumps in pre-season practice. ,-" 32,41 ff! Proper handling of the haton is executed hy the Dave Ramsey, an outstanding junior track nlan, varsity relay lloys. shows his vaulting ability. Row 3: Detrick, Meyer, Posley, Parrish, Middleton, Plue, Lind, Bailey, Moss, McAfee, Rollins, and Eckert. Row 2: Payne, Money, Bailey, Nave, Hart, Elwanger, Wrolfe, Knight, Jeffers, Epperson, Hutchens, Hawkins, and Enclres. Row 1: Sims, Pennington, Potter, Shroyer, Stewart, Rouse, Bilhro, XXf9IlZl0I', Farnsley, Lane, Richert, Goodwin, and Miller. Gene Middaugh is seen lining up a putt on the ninth green as Tony Bacon, Bill Peck, and Duck Sutton watch patiently. Puttem ain pred tige This year the New Albany golf team looked forward to another successful season. ln the 1955-56 season, the boys finished with a 5-5 record. Coached by Floyd Henry, the golf team finished seventh in a field of thirteen in the SIAC meet. Coach Henry had eight men returning from the team last year. This was expected to be a contributing factor to the success of the squad this year. Having started early practice every afternoon at Valley View Colf Club, the Dogs were in full swing before their opening meet. The two boys who were expected to be on top this year were Gene Nliddaugh and Bill Peck. Coach Henry also placed hope in Roger Jenkins, Don Sutton, and Tony Sutton, all veterans from last year. The future of the team looked bright at the first of the year due to the majority of freshmen and sophomore boys. Last year, the golf team was one of the finest in the state. With a majority of these players coming back this year, plus the added ability of the underclassmen, this promised to be one of the brightest seasons in the history of golf at New Albany. Row 2: Bruce Bandy, Melvin Romans, Don Sutton, Tony Bacon, Gene Middaugh, Bill Peck, and Carroll Tetrick. Row 1: Len Denny, Ralph Dooley, Jack Emmett, John Wrege, Melvin Sutton, Carl Conte, Dave Crumho, Dave Brewer, Bob Lewellen, and Coach Henry. Kawemen merge UiCf0l'A At the first sign ol' spring the New Alliany llullclogs started their practice for the lmasehall season. Their spirits were high antl the team was itching for action. With hats cracking. tlirt flying from spikes. anrl hase halls sinaeking in the gloves. New Alhany was well into its season hy Npril l. Quite a few experieneerl hall players returnerl from last year's varsity sqnatl. They inelurlerl Cary Austin. lftltlie Lalluke, jerry Yery. lionnie Atlilllli Denny jenkins. Allan Stonehurger. and ,lim Wleliartney. Ut all these returning letterinen Cari' :Xustin was the onlv senior. Coupletl with these sexen experieneetl Bulltlogs were several lioys who gainezl experience in the junior varsity last year. Their potential alvility was expeetetl to afltl greatly to the teanfs skill ancl morale. lioaeh Stan Sajko has lmeen with the varsity liaselmall squarl many years anil expeetetl this it-ar's teani to gain prestige antl honor. With the eager unmlerelassinen antl the experieneecl re- turning letterinen. New :Xllmany Xarsity Basehall was ex- peetetl to have one of the most sueeessful seasons in the history of the school. , K! ,. Michell, Goens, and Slondmrger takc time out from halting praetiee to post for thc Vista photographer Row 3: Coach Sajko, Halrermel, Ivy, Kirk, Singleton, and Yarbrough. Row 2: Townsend, Midclaugh, Stonehurger, Austin, Adams, YVhitfiel4l, and Mlchall Row 1: Mcffartney, LaDuke, J. jenkins, Very, Roy, D. Jenkins, and Goens. N - A 155 ,ic K April April April April April April April April April May May May May May May May Male Central Flaget Providence St. Xavier Eastern K M I Bloomington Bedford Southern Male Central Jasper K M I Southern Providence There There There There Here There There Here There Here Here Here Here Here There Here I . H ' if W 9, Proper stances hy Austin, Very, and Adams are in spected hy Coach Sajko. 1 if x f 'K x of X397 L Rf r z The Bulldogs loosen up hefore an intersquad practice. Discussing seasonal plans with ,IV and Freshmen players are coaches Hoffman and Summers. Proper gripping of a hat is shown to Geltmaker, Singleton, and Hartfield. unior Kzwemen gain victoria Coach Nlike Hoffman had the J.V. Bullpups off to a running start in this yearis ,l.V. baseball season. This year was a promising one with hopes running high for a pros- perous season. Coach Hoffman will start off with a new squad of hoys having to produce many strong regulars and many an ahle hem-I1 man who could take their place in time of trouhle. The Bullpups record last year stood at 5-2-l. The Bullpups were off to establish a record to smash the successful one of last year. Although not as strong and mighty as our Varsity, they gave all they could to establish victories and a supply of good sportsmanship that will live in the minds of their haseball fans at N.A.H.S. wi Qi ,yr ali X ni" ' is X' kt' ' ' E' . : ,f t S , 2 Q 'I X f , x X 5,5 'QW' S' C T110 111111 b1 hllld the 1111110111 or the llqfll 1111111105 510 Bank Street Phone ll3Z7 New Albans Indiana CHASE STUDIO Sandra Utrecht and Annv Biggerstuff are trying on Car Coats, one of the laws! 1 'Q , ' . ' , ' . 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A Q W v A y 4-1 5 . - . ., . . . . u 09114168 Q - , 3 , , fl f ' , '6 v-4 1 2 STAR CLEANERS for Free Pick-Up and Delivery OI' Bring your Cleaning to 26 EAST THIRD STREET Janet Lasley and Rutlianne Ehalt help Becky' Fenrllvy to find her cleaning. BENNETT FURNITURE CO. 213 State Street Complete Home Furnishing SEALY-POSTUREPEDIC MATTRESSES DUNIUNT TELEVISIONS Serving You Since 1932 .Watching rolor and Cloth for a sevtional divan are .Ilary Ann Stumler and Peggy Klinger. FLOYD COUNTY SALES Your DESOTO-PLYMOUTH Dealer 2556 Charlestown Road Barbara Ilorgan, Nan Gibbs, Jael: Bo- llannan, and Harriett Gillvy tllinlf B011 Ewton lucky as he is about to take a test drive in a neu' Desolo. Bun ll Auld lXlll7llllP.5 trumpet Band and Orchestra IIISII uments for rent ,et a ,ood new on used faclorv re hullt lnslrument Z months rental 5.510 00 Our Repair Depdrtme nt can ,IVE vou an expel! serx uc at reasonable prlc cs on all instruments MUSIC CENTER Upun D ulv 9 A M to 9 P VI Sd uralay 9 to 1 50 P 'VI 76 South Strut SU 7 01 ml L0lll6Nllll C S CHILDS AND SON Fab: ws fo: Intel uns 320 St'lte Street Phone -I 4772 Urs l IIIIIIS slums ulzrus to llnu Robmr son Clam RIIIIOZIIII Bc rtlm Scha cr and B1 rbara l flllb i-vw My 4 A Your Weddlng Portralt' The priceless picture of your wedding day lives on forever m your wedding portrait Call or vlslt us now to make an appointment for your picture I-IOUGHTON STUDIO 920 East Oak Street Phone 4- 1097 D , mr Y ur C , . I , ' A , I 5 w 5-5.--A---A-,-iPML-----iA- . s Q , ' ' : " ff' ' . 1 I 4 . I X 2" . . .3 . t ' f':I .I . 51. .' Q -s Q, -ff' 1 f' Q, Ky. ' I -4 1 J :L 4 Qvgjqe.. ly , v . ' X -L , Q 12 f ' I ' 'X . . d , fc 4 5 f If S ' , 41, . I, I , , 9.9.5 v C y ,Q Decorators S 'Vp I f I . 4. ey? -' . C Q ' fifn 5 Q 1 . . Q Q Peg 'X v s A . . V. - 2 k 4' ,A Q1 .. if , N' , p 11 ' , ' I ' N4 A Q.. 3 ,A "Y A I 1 A C 5 ' .- --f -. 9 3 I. yA,, I ' , , ' , 2 I - fr , I A U. C 5 4 183 wi Y STUMLER - GOHMAN N ASPHALT COMPANY ROADS - STREETS - INDUSTRIAL AREAS DRIVEWAYS PARKING LOTS DIRT AND ROCK MOVING Dlal 4 7579 F Stumler H R Gohmann 5 5674 5 8161 f lara Rudolph and lane! Pnthergzll ln spert Stumler and Gohmann SPARK S CAFETERIA HOME STYLE COOKING Home Made Pzes, Rolls and Cakes 1035 Vincennes Street Phone 5 8849 Starting, on a bug date ulth supper rst are Patty Whzteley uzth Larry Fischer and Marianna Otrzch uzth Bobby Ho back O MAY ODI' Barry Austin lS shouzng Mary Lou Saun ders Sharon Rouck and Gay Shzelds the ever popular Wodern Age Saddles ff lrst Federal Satin G 2 LOAN nssocuvrn W i :MU dQ99Q?4..L.u.45,fw?5vu.-as Safety of Your Savmg Insured to S10 000 Steve Ballard LS trymg to hurry Allce and Martha 4rkzns as they are makmg a deposzt CDIHIN N llll El ILIL Jl NEW ALBANY gounurrnwnmz ron MEN7 312 Pearl Street, Between Sprung and Market Wr Moszer ts Jamey Aebersolfl ulth It Sllll' New Albany Beaut College 322 Vmcennes Street Let Us Help You to Greater Opportunlty Phone 4 0353 Members 0 the class uatrh a demon KAHL S MARKET Phone 4 4273 15th and Oak Street New Albany Ind The Varszty Cheerleaders really yell ln prazse 0 Kahls Market P SALES CO 421 State Street New Albany Ind JEWELRY POWER MOWERS HOUSEWARES WATCHES POWER TOOLS BICYCLES ELECTRIC APPLIANCES LUGGAGE SPORTING GOODS Wholesale Retail P 110110 4 3811 ' PIIIE u 1 . ' fi K -' SC , - as stration of diferent types of permanents. 9 C. . . , . lomplete Bankm, Nernce Ilrne In NN nulow Tru:-t Sen ll e Nm lll M 1 num lnsuranre Department Numb Bond All Forms of In'-urmu I Raunnncl 1 larl r ll vit 5HU3FLOYD1THl1W7BANK XIINPIIIIC' and Nplln NIH-vi News Xlhanw lllfllilllcl cv I all 1 4 P1 Um 1upton FHFSTER B STE rlcllll Inu 10411 xx . m 1 1 L' - - 5 'Hg .. 1s.D I . 1 L .. I S I A' Q' g A' 1 MEMBER l"l'1llERAl. lll'Il'U5l'l' lNSl'liXN1ll'I II0lil'URAYl'l0N Fri " 'xil 111 Lol 5 'rxirv 'll' ' I wr. A J o C 'f f 1 P ' I N1- Xllnm, I llmzi B. L. CURRY AND SONS, INC. Veneers and Lumber B 2 Ph 56623 NEW ALBANY INDIANA GAS nozs 'I'l'IE 4 me loss nsnn Ano CHEAPER MORE AND MORE me memo I5 T0 INDIANA GAS 8: WATER COMPANY INC O P. 0. 0x7 one - l I o THE FLOYD COUNTY FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION AK S M D AIA BUSH KELLER C0 WW? 510 V INILW ALBANY INDIANA Cham' N9 N George . raft The Ieabrook Co. Thomas L. IIHIIIPHIIX Cf-org? Shradf-r Elmer H. ieckmann IT fQ X' I i'5Q-,X A- h je- ' v ' - 5 ,sf 11 If is I :- ' 0 U 1 4 f f I 1 IIICPIIIIPS Slrvvl I 1 v ,rf -1 r , , sq-," LL- - px 'F-'25, 95" , -fa , I 2' , ' A1 -' if-TA ' I . xc vi 'Q vi-4,5 SHOPINT SEAR AND SAVE SEARS ROEBUIK AND CO 201 Pearl treet Phone 55271 NEW AI BANY INDIANA ALWAYS AT NEW ALBANY MOTOR CO THF STYI ED FOR TOMORROW CHEVROI ET' FRIFNDIY AND LOURTFOUS SFRVILE' AND THESE TWO EXI LUSIVES NEW FHEVROI F I S I UARANTEED 2 YEARS 0 USED IARS I UARANIFED 0 e Year n W ltl 25 OOO M les Priced S700 OO or WIO e lr? C Low Interest Rates Mean f ! EVERX DFAL IQ Low Mc nthlv Pavments mammal I A GOOD DEAL' 5th and Sprm I 5111 and Sprln D1 1 k 9 A A 0 , I S f Q 'Q 1 9 A O O I Q . 4 I A ' , ' , I T 4 I J o D I . J J A A L, A I J W 0 . L' A I b,I ki 0 0 O I'--'-----"-'-""""" """""""""' I I ,, . I I , . , ,I I . , I . I I . . - I I I I I . . V . I 1 , I I 1 . . I 4 I I I I I I . f w I I f . . . I . . r I I n 1 r I . , 1 . . 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L x f,xN 1 . aa I fl XX ' I f X I l I V I r I B II ' of : I 7 0 NEW ALBANY PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF PLUMBING PRODUCTS ,lhfhfv f always on tall' 1718 I' fl-st Wlarl et Street IT'S A FACT! You Can Buv for Iess t FU NITURE 146 1:30 East Mam Street Ivor the Best ln 1w1lISlCd1 Instruments See DURLAUF 1 ge l Lib In ball P1 n BEST TEAI IIERS EXPERT REPAIRS DURI AUF MUSIL SHOP JUn1per 7 1289 JLn1per 7 1280 312 W Broadw ay Loulsvllle, Ky FLORIST 1217 sn.vaP. STREET NFW ALBANY INDIANA gif? We ww an M 111 wmv 'i V? E r Q' mizfgf- 1 Say It Wlth Flowers FLORIST TELEGRAPH DELIVERY "Finest ln Flow ers for Flfty Ye r Phone 4 2131 f ' V I 'C El Q fo U ,, ,,,,,. 1 . 4 XXX' , 1' I . ' Q , S , N ' I 'C . i i , . - K ' l H f U' ,-fp. 'if .. "' Olly, I. Bl- - Og-mix ""3'1"A" ' -- --- ff' ":- ,. -V, 'ct'-'.2 F' 3. -2.1e.!.19'::i ....: ea Nr -nl'lx ,rvff -- " 'f4svg!sj'?.?'n1r'Y1' ' My 1i'i'amqu 'Ls ' L- ' ' ,' ,1' . ,VI Lv . J' 4, ' ,E , N H" M' ' 'Qfliiifz 21, ,Thi .qm,.g.,,i :,1,1,Qwe,mQ,.,x.'fg,5,5, i,f,n,?Lgfi, wwf. .,5'-' -yn I-pg , . Q 1, A u,...'d 1 ,Ay M131 x'5u,zZ,, ',f.-X- ,y L i' I. I 'i 1 A ' ' S' - 1 " go Lf. I 1 u 4 1 T , J v w N X J L ' . T ' . . ' ' 1 8 Sw W WOOLWORTH LOMPANY '-,I RHS HDL 1 Nl V K SMITH GROCERY Pu ll W edtb Ve etablea frozen foods I I' .1 1 4 3473 Sl APFL INTER 1 und 011 Purn ue Mol Pl blowsel Re mn mil SGIYI1 e H I sf FUR 301 R DIJUOVD RUN! See G E HERTLING J FW EI FR Hamllton El UI lluen lfutfhes 7 YI Stl el 'N w -UI ans ln llana 7' , O N . . . Us il ' ' fr - - B , Slureunnl Cafe! , , Nl: rkei anal Pearl .' ren-tx 2101 just M'rlxel Pl one - ' NEW' Al.lS.-XNY. INIDIAXNA N1 1 J J , . , , . . 1 ' I Coal, Gus, 1 ' ' 1 ' .' Q . X Sq H g Q 5 Q 5 J T 1 A ! ' 'S 1 . ' ' ' , g , I ' Y , l-I-el-1 I mrlestmsn Ro' ll 3-lL "neennes.' ' fe 3 1 .'. 1' B F GOODRICH First ln Rubber Kelvlnator Relrl erators Motorola TV General Ele t lc Westl house Appliances 218 State Street Phone 4 7787 L THORN COMPANY IWLORPORATED BUII DING bUPPLIEb I ONLRETE PRODUI T5 WEW ALBANY INDIANA MILLER BROTHERS PLUMBING AND HEATING LO COIIllllPl'Cl3l and RPQIIIPHIIHI Plumblng and Heatlng 219 East 18th Street New Albany Ind Phone a 6071 .Southern Indiana s leading Retail Fuel Dealer SCI-IULZ COAL COMPANY The Coal We Sell .Sells Our Coal AIR I ONDITIONIING CARRIER FEDDERS 608 Pearl Street Phone 4 2214 Q L . O O 6 6 I I , Q U . . .U U' '71 1 1 J Y N W Y 1 1 ' ,c r' .ng . . 1319 Vincennes Street Phone 4-6434 u ' I - Y 1 H . . , . 1 U W , we l l l Y ' 5 0 -w v New Albany's DOUGHERTYS Most Popular S""e DRUG STORE 139 E IM ket St Ph ne 5 5291 PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED PROMPTLY I4l9E nsp Pho e 4 2153 Cullen Varlety Shop We sell a varlety of products NOTIOINS GIFTS FOUNTAIN SERVICE Ia a NEW ALBANX INDIANA 4 3182 N EW ALBANY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 215E IM S el I2 as ring Sire t n . as ar . 0 - I 1 lx . . X , as aln I ,6 v. 1 . Culbertson and Im 1 n Phone - Sfmng the Lommumty 'inc 9 ', 7 9 PARAMOUNT PLYWOOD PRODUCTS P O B 428 42294 SHACKLETON S PIANO COMPANY Kntkylll' Mcr PIANOS ORGANS RECORD HI Fl SHEET MUSIC BAND INSTRUMENTS lStd 621 S 4-th St .IU 3 8811 LOUISVILLE BURT OWENS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 9V e St t DAVCO GRANULATED Is 7 Wflys Better eed C p M Drills Fa t lEa e D e N tCak th B Du tl s ss wMo t N0 C Ma ufactured by NEW ALBANY INDIANA DAVISON CHEMICAL COMPANY hone 5 8922 D v fW R G a e8zCo NEW ALBANY, IND. 9 e uc 'sz ost ,omplete usi Sto e N Q Air Comlitionel u ios . . ox ' Phone - ' , . New Albany., Indiana Your Neighbof 3-G FERTILIZER F s ro s ore Evenly ' s er am si r ' 0 s 0 ein e ag s e s Odorle A I Lo ' is ure Content n- orrosive Q l- n IOI incenn S ree 9 - l . 0 . . r c . P . lfor l orrect 1' loral Arran ements For Es erv lJf'f'3Sl0Il l all Nance Floral Shoppe 1001 Fast Market 'Street 'NEWf ALB ANY INDIAN-K Phone 5 5275 Remember WPt1IhIlgH Are Our bpeualty and We LDESCH 81 LIPPS General Insurance We Don t Want All The Insurance W e just W ant 1 ours Henrv Loesch Henrv Llpps Agent Agent For the Poluv You Need Dual 4 0555 Res -1 0241 Auto Home Fire Business Household Bonahn Automobile 1' lnanm ln 7113 Beech Groxe Awe New Albanv Ind 190 Department Store of the Bulldlllg lnduetrw DAY Lumber 84 v 1' ast 17th Phone 4 6-1w7 New Alhanv lndlana Partu ular Cleaners For Partlvular People The Mlller Dry Cleanlng Company -X Reputation lfnext elled Drv 1 leaning bf rvues Phone 1 1.561 2115 1' Market bt , . I . ' U , , ' U hi 5 f' 4 ,1 , fl f' 7 7' "' F' u. -i as . ' ll ' .'. . ' g A . ,. i. g Telegraph Flowers Everywhere Z- 1 D ' ., 1 ' ', . 0 O 7 do of T v . w I Q PLUMBING 81 JOHN WILE HEA PING Constructlon Co Inc H I I OUISVILI F IxFN'I Uf KX SP 5 6427 D F WRIGHT FULTON FISH MARKET PIQH SFA FOODb W J ff LOLIQY ILLE2 KENITLCKY CENTRAL WELDING 81 BRAZING COMPANY All Klllfk of Brazlng and Welding of Cast Iron Aluminum Copper Bram and btf-el Fuel Oll Tank Wlanufacturers 219 E st Fo th St 7441 I I 0 826 um er Avenue Q Q 0 Mc n ane Phone 4-6528 o Y S T E R S , , , A 1 T , 9 9 9 N L 104 e erson Street ' i V kj a ur reet Phone 5- ' K E OO Your FI'1ClldlV Store ww Jewelers Buy Wlth COllf1ClCl1CC ll om plete Merchandise Selections or the Famzly and the Home Wearing Apparel Notlons Home Furnlshlngs 319 Pearl Street New Albany Ind The Dlamond Store 310 Pearl Street New Albany Ind Whlteley Poultry Co , Inc Wholesale Only Phone Number BU 2 1356 231 Sprmg Street JEFFERSONVILLE, INDIANA 198 Lmcoln Mercury Lomplete Sen lce on All Makes 24 hour Wrecker QCPVICC Authorlzed bales and Service VICTORY MOTORS INC x xl: f xx , ff - 4? 1 Ig J Q . Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back I I ' I f , . , . 0 O I f I O . 9 Por the Best Buy ln New and Really Clean Used Cars ee Bassett Oldsmoblle Inc NEW ALBANY INDIANA Brown Dry Cleamng A TRY WIII TELI PICK-UP AND DELIVERY PRESSING WHILE YOU WAIT H 1 CIA 1007 V St eel Ph B4-1582 HOOSIER TERMITE CONTROL CO Mr andM Osca S pes DIAL 4 1698 4 4452 CAROLYN S BEAUTY SALON For Women Who Want the Best l8'70F Elm St et Klrk Lumber Company Lumber and Building Materlals 15th and Elm Streets NEW ALBANY INDIANA Ph e 5 7221 SMITH AUTO CO CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH G M C TRUCKS Large Selection of GOOD USED CARS Pho - 46469 56674 NEW ALBANY INDIANA O 66 99 1 I J I O I a s . eaned and Blocked S P f IF ,, 1419 E. Market Phone 5-6607 'wwf' '00 C' 'et' incennes . r one . 9 9 O . rs. r i ... 1. I re, . 01- . I . 9 nes. - - - on - 9 Southern Indiana Appllance Center MADDEN S PHARMACY Courteous and Efflclent Servlce PRESCRIPTIONS Buy your FOUNTAIN SERVICE General Electrlc Appliances from TRUNNELL 81 BARR FREE DELIVERY 602 Vincennes Phone 5 5711 INTER CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPI Y NC Sarles Texaco SCPVICB FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY TOWINC SERVICE WHEEL BALANCING Your N A P A Jabber 6 30AM t1ll9 OOPM 7 days a week 406 E Sprme St Phone 5 6689 E 8th and Beeler Phone 5 8008 New Alhanv Indiana 200 RASMUSSEN AND SON Flowers For All Occasions BURT R. HUNCILMAN 81 SON Telegraph Service to Shel!! Metal PVOIIUCZS All Out of Town Points 2070 McDonald Avenue Phone 5 6617 Rasmussen Court at Locust Street Phone 4 1304 New Albany Indlana NEW ALBANY INDIANA . . 9 I . I' O Q 1 .J 0 . I . ' . O Q I I , open . ' 0 . . 1 ' 1, I . K J - l . I 5 . , ,I H SCHREIBER 81 CO INC Lumber Buzlders Supplles 226 228 Galt Street New Albany Indiana Use Our Number for Lumber Phone 4 2254 r 4 EX use W 4" Complzmpms 0 We Welcome an Opportunity to counsel with vou on your future plans RICHARD J NIOSER 81 ASSOCIATFS YLQWAQWL KRUST ifitwwiibrwiiemavae Www xlixij ff if W' diff HONEY Knzfsr gm wagging JQy,v,vnmvs-d:v1M"-wwf" '5Q,:,Qfo'ja f' NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFF INS COMPANY 305 6 Elsby Bulldln New Albany Indiana BOWL FOR HEAL'I H C Robert Brooks 81 Son PEARL OAK REALTORS INQURERS New Albany Indiana 349 Vincennes Street Phone 4- 2752 129 Pearl Street PIIOHC D 8007 0 o 0, 0 Q 9 u . ' Q 66 99 . . "A'f"" """' '-- A f ifm- ---A -fm--fi , V - ' f nf 1.- .r . K.-.-um-.g.-A-6.1.-.,..4 --., 1.-1-1.5.1. w.1.M. 2 - . .f O .- 'A -'4' - " Gr' .ff ' Xi' 7,p1:'8-Tzifffzi ',1'f.T1?DI-T-"-'-'.2'f-7 -,-'Lf?TLf'.1E'2LsL'f'1lF-11155 W' ... -51 ifgdi-'SQ-""'.q - -ct. - I b -"" ' 1 . 1 ,M -, L.,..,,L--'24:e4-guy-, J- ,. '- . . . ' . 9 0 1 .. L . 9 I F F l I ' longlatulatlons to the Senior claw of 1957 GRAND THEATRE Graduate to Better Quallty RH .IEVHLS .iam Lone Star Lumber Co Where It Is a Pleasure to Buy Phone47728 Slate R n Road at I harlesto n Road THE NEW ALBANY TRIBUNE 330 E Spr St eet Phone 4 6481 NEW ALBANY INDIANA KARL L FENGER AND SON 141 E Ma n St eet NEW ALBANY INDIAINA TERHUN E S SERVICE 'Sonic Stat a I We t 'Ht New Albanv Ind I ho e No 5 8914 PORTABLE EQUIPMENT ACETYLENE AND GAS WELDING Hoosler Job Weldmg 6II State St eet NEW ALBANY INDIANA 202 Weber School of Dance DIRECTORS Bette Weber Flo k Blll Lee Webe jude Paul M I f N tl al Association of Dance and Aff hate I Artists also L ulsvllle Dance Council 4 5380 PHONES 4 0534 w . . Q ' , . L f - ' R I. , , - . ' u . w . , , 7 Q gg? -' -"1:i:ff Af .:.1 .1...,:,:L,,..:,:,1,W:: ' ' ' S ing S I' A f ' 9 9 0 . i .' "e'n1 SQS. u, . I ' ' n . - ' c ' r O O I em ver o a on , i . 1 . 0 . . . . L r , ' ., 1 1 - 5 Custom Made Venctlan Blinds We Manufacture Repair Lau der Free Estlmate Automatlc Venetlan Bllnd LAUNDRY 312 East Mal Pho e 4 5276 NEW ALBANY INDIANA Glllly MIIIGY ORS ood Taste Is Not Expensive C ml lete Decoratln Service and Counsel D aperles Curtains Sllp Covers and Deco atln 129 E Sprl Phone 7416 Central Upholsterlng Corporatlon Manufactul ers Gulld Upholsterers F1116 Furniture Custom Vlade 1445 South Street Ph ne 5 7441 L LOT HING JEWELRY FURNITURE APPLIANCES NEW ALBANY LOUISVILLE b bay It with Flowers for All Occasions GARRISON S FLOWERS Valley Vlew Road Phone 5 6401 Bal kl In estments I sura ce Business Loa s AMERICAN BANK FEDFRAL HOUSING LOANS A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Phone 5 6664 Elshy Bulldlng THE HOME TRANSIT INCORPORATED S E R V E S Y O U 1209 Vincennes Street New Albany Incl HUFF RHODES BURF ORD FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Household Furmshmgs NEW ALBANY INDIANA Q w . 9 n I NT E RI ' s sc W ' G f 1. o o o 0 D g L li . i . 1 . 'n n . I' . g 9 . S .ng 4'- i o o ,Z O . . l 314 P ' l Street- 133-135 East DI li t St .t 0 ' ' Corner Fourth and Li crlj W 0 1 4 . I ng V ' n n , ' Il 9 J ' - o . , , 2 HUBLAR HARDWARE TOOLS PIPE PAINTS ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 1207 State Street New Albany Indlana Phone 4 4181 Compllmente of the INDIANA CANDY COMPANY New Albanv s Authorized Dealer of Or I ge Blossom Dlamond Rln s Elgin Hamllton a d Bulo a W atches Sheaffer Snorkel Pens Irlon and Wolf Jewelers 131 East Sp ln St eet NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 2893 C ,I Muller Beverage C o WeF'HheHaffH0F11A1 RCA VICTOR TELEVISION ABROMS STYLE SHOP 210 12 Pearl Street NEW ALBANY INDIANA Phone 4 0562 RADIOS REI ORD PLAYERS 127 E Vlslt Our Reeo d Shop MASON S Por Fountain Seruce and Complete Drug QPFVIFF S Vernon Mathes Drugs Vlnrennes Street at Charlesto n Road NEW ALBANY INDIANA KSUEH 'FANHQ' DRY L LEANING Pla t 1309 Oak Street B an h 1626 Market Street Phone 4 3612 o 5470 o 5341 1 ' I ' a 1 E' . . g 3 V. Q . 9 n v ' , . . . r' g. r . Q 0 1 ,J J . . r LADIES' AND CHlLDREN,S WEAR All Newest Re00l'di11gS - 9 .Spring . - A ba 1 . J 4 fY4l1 D lfMMOAf K' Its. S i W n - . . , r 1' - ., , NEW ALBANY AUTO TRIM CO Hand Tallored Auto Seat Lovers Lonvertlble Tops PROMPI' INSTALLATIONS Complete Upholstery Service Truck Lushlons Rerovered and Rebullt Fare jobs Our Speclalty Dlal 4 1259 211 East Fourth Oldest Quality Tire Recapper ln Southern Indiana 25 Years On Mam St Double Seven Tlre Servlee Corner West First and Maln Ste New Albany Ind Dual 4 774-4- Large Stock o New Truck Passenger and Tracto Tlres and Batteries ROAD SERVICE We Love to Serve You Your New Albanv Ford Dealer R W CRAIG FORD INC 302 E Market Street Phone 5 5296 NEW ALBANY INDIANA BIR LUMBER COMPANY LUM BIR 13th and Dewev Streets Phone 5 5253 NEW ALBANY INDIANA Compll ments j I-Iltner SBPVICC Statlon 1302 E Oak bt New Albany Indiana OAK DRUGS Prescriptions Dnal 5 7633 2255 Charlestown Road New Albany Indlana FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY 217 Pearl St W4 New A"'a"y Complete selectlons of fine clothlng for the entlre family at savings of up to 1Oc on each dollar. Compliments o FLOYD COUNTY PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION New Albany, Indiana 20D O O O I D - 9 ' , I . . f Y u I , r . Southern Indiamfs Highest Traders 0 0 , ' L' 7 1 ' o O O I , . , I i w . q u ' . 1 . ' f 2 SEYMOUR INDIANA Ilbbx, ufly Ia! and Dlxn Nance 1898 years of spulalwul vvdrlmok fsmrucc and cle -mm l...---mus..fzrs.-me-x fn- - ...N .... . " "N ww, K, 1 . A Y Y ,g . ' , . . J ,I . '. -1 . w . . . . A 1 1 1 1 n - x 1 1 A V 1 , - 1- n-,f.v--- , , h - 1 . - 'lhe edltors ol thls yearbook reallze that ll ls possible to please some oi the people all of the tune and all of the people some of the tune, but not all of the people all of the tune ' Thev slneerelv hope that the 1957 Vista wlll please most of the people most of the tune bpeelal thanks go to Prlnelpal Delbert Brown tor hls ddllllIllbtI'cltlX6 adx lee, Wlr Horace lhase, vearbook photographer, Jack Bohannon student photographer, Herb Auffenberg prmtlng superlntendent, and Mr Rlchard Briar, for speelal effects and counseling The entlre staff expresses their appreelatlon to then adviser, Mrs bue Hetherlngton Pat W hlteles EIlltOl DIXIP Robe: son Busmess Manager W u i 0 a o 0 u ' u . V. , . . . . Gb . f. . . . t . ., . . , . . . . -- - . . , . , . . . . q . . . , , , . . , O A , I n n n . . . - W C I 0 I I I I 0 I 1 - - - - . - . 7 . . . , ., , . - . Y Q V - . ,4 , , , . . . . . . s . . . Q 1 . - . . . . , 1 . ., , , , . , . , . 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