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

 - Class of 1959

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Fu licrofs to livr . . . whose namv wa-'ll vw-r 1-lu-risli. 4 academic 24-39 activities 92-147 your buyers' guide 176-218 athletics 148-175 people 40-91 Winner of the S2000 fut pruc 1n the parade was Jumor Boo ter Old Woman IH the Shoe The glfl marched belund the pmk and red IIS ue paper hoe Photo raphy Club won eeond prut Var rty 'N Captured thlrd po mon Alums refurn fo wef, successful homecoming A bonflre wa pon ored by Student Louncll the Illgllt before home COIIHII 6 Her hOIHCC0lTllIlg planned by the btudent Counoll con slsted of a bonflre a parade a dance and the football game The Counul set the date for Not emher 1 and selected the theme lNurserN Rhxmes NAHS clubs and orgamza tlons then tackled the Joh of flCQ1gI'llIlg and eonstructlng 27 colorful floats The NA Bulldogs met Bosse of 1X3IlQX1llC on a ram soaked fleld l'l0Il1EL0lHlIlf, mght Splrlts of the Dogs were not dampened because Bosse was tiouneed 1012 Durlng halftlme WIHI Brooks waded onto the fleld to be Lrownecl l9o9 Homeconnn uee11 Wllll then rergned oxer the 3f,t1Ylt1CQLOI1Lll1dlIlg dame at Hazelwood ,lumor Hlgjll qlle and her emor court d mm ed to the music of the Dmlxe thus Ll0Q1ll the trfldltlonll llOItlLCUl1llI1g weekend w w 1 . - .g Y . 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Ckllgrll Nkip11111g'!, warm "Iratt'f IIITIIVTQQ luv I4 Years of work, buf years of fun any NX amor n on to the IU Fxlen mn Hmm Pal 31 nuvklc Lury Cantrlr and John H014 monfmr wth Nlr Dau of thn avadf-mlc taff N.- pl IC ll ' liruu 1 ull tl 1111 I1 wulh the help 1 1 Nlars llllllllll CI't'l'IiIlQ 1111- varly huurs of Illx' morning. Nlr. Wvflvy Hall. Mrs. Dumthy Iiivkc-rs. 111111 Nlifs Mar- juru- Il1m1111- SIQH 111. V Years when she shielded and molded . . . 1--aft 5F infffi ff wpvv Elxa Calnplwll. ez-lwtcd Ivy heir ll0lllt'fU0lll In rvign uwr thc Manual Mary Jane Lallkfnrcl and Yvanmia L4-1' Whitt. Wsealf-fl! NAHF sf-ninrs. windy QIHIIIF. if iIlI1'I'Xit'Wl'll by Cllarlia- Hiller of YYNA5. with Mrs. Homrfr Pvtvr- at Crm-11 yall:-y Schmfl, .J EXIl'2l1'l1YTiCLIl2lI' avlixitie'-'f Hut thvy wulml In' sllulying, 1959 waf a year of iutn'lIz'c'tual awakening. l,ft'lil'SIiIlZiIiUl'l, reincar- nation. and ilu' purpusvs of life- Caused many an lust argunwnt. li remembered years. A husy year-an exciting year-a wonclerful year. Wlell, that rlest-rihes the 1959 school year at NAHS. In aclclition to working rliligently at seliool work. the Nzxllsiers founrl time to enjoy a thrilling sovial life. The teen's life was a whirl ol' IlilI'll6S'gI'2lClUilllllll. Christmas. New Yearis. prom. lwaskc-tlrall. ancl football. Of course. the dances must he in- vlutlerl. llanees tluring tht- holitlays aclderl a spevial touch to tht- Yule season. .Xfter footlmall and lmaskethall games. soeli hops at the llazelyyoorl junior High were favorites. ,litter- lmgzging to the sounrl of Kenny Nlr-l"heeters ancl the lfnieralcls aclflerl greatly to the enjoyment of the year. NAll5'r-rs kept the ear hops lmusy at the rlriye-in restau- rants. llainlvurgers. eokes. :intl milk shakes volnposerl their rliets. Pizza. a more expensive- taste-teaser. was lwought only on spr-vial or-1-asions. Listening to roelx 'ni roll niusir' of a local ratlio station. going to the lll0XlCS. anfl lmowlinfz were other forins of en- tertainment. The olrl stantl-lay. the television still helfl the teenis attention. All these things proyiclerl tht- fun of the school yearffun whivh will neyer he forgotten. Warm spring breezes and campus trees in bloom cause grass-stained I.evi's among juniors and seniors taking a break. NAHS pays frlbufe fo Coach Alex Thom. The 'WX coachm taff lncludz Row 1 Flosd Henry Kenneth Smlth Nlr Thom Forret McCaffry W111lHHl Qhadbume John Gwen Row 2 Stan qajko Nfllxe Hoffman Rlchard Vlardell Phll Thra her Harlex Franc1 Robert Ketzner and Damon gun On behalf of New Albam Htgh bchool the VISTA XN1Q1l8q to pax lfllllllf to Mr Alex Thom who haa Qerxed 31 xeare m the Xthlettc Department Coach Thom 14 a name of Chlcago 1ll1no1Q where he graduated from Parker Hlgh School H1 1970 he recened hw B Q degree from Monmouth College alao m 1l11HOlQ Graduate work wae taken at both 1Xorthweatern and lndlana Lnneriltlea Coach Thom came to New Albam ln the fall of 1930 as coach of track and football he headed xaraltx football untll phwlnal educatlon health and Qafety and to coach junlor XHTQIIN baaketball A flrat for NAHS came m 19vl when Vlr Thom wa appomted to lllg preaent IJOQIUOI1 Athlet1c Dlrector A founder of the SIAC ln 1935 Coach Thom th1Q xear wae elected to 1tQ xlcepreeldency The uauallx weat clothed coach feela that 1NA beat Qporti xear waa the 190153 eaaon when the football team was undefeated ba ketball went to tate and both track and baaeball were good Nlr Thom and h1 w1fe Jo hate two Qona Terrx and Ftexe both tacklera 111 thelr xeara on the Bulldog football Qquad ' 'S. ' : 1' ', ' , A . . S c , ' s. - : c ' , L " . ' ' 's. ' . Q S. , . ' ' 2 A . , ' r ,, ' . . -1 h K, Q Y a 1952 and varsity track until 1953. He found time to teach v I . V 4 . T A X . ,- v . .r . , , . - . l ' V S K . .L V N. . i h .i c ' 5 ' -' ' c 1 ls - - - ' c - ' -t ' S c . ' ' . 5 ' S , N . 's " , ' ' c c, ' ' Seniors were in April Love. Boarding the steamer Avalon for the fourvhour moonlight cruise are Judy Wenzcll and l'hil Rollins, Nlury Jane- Sprinklc and Kent Doughlvn. Svnior vlass l'rv-ich-nt llonnif- Warli- was uwiwnml IIIIPCII of tho gala owning. Yorell lust cluriwrs in thi- wiiiur vlaw. loan Hainpton and Flow 'fliom are trying to gvl the llc-al. 7:30 p.m., April 24. 1959. Prmn night! Orchids are going to Cfliarlvy Cliaifvk sp:-cial flat:-. Judy llyvr. After fI't'Nl11'I i hours of jim-rlaugging. Sandra Huehel and Ycra Clay 1 up in rhf- :Xxalfm's puwilvr mnin. 'llhe' junior Claw plannvcl . s . , A .l . Yl1f'I!I'lIlII l"lllf'fl it Xpril li N4- I9 Together for the lat time tht scnlor fraduated the exenlng of Nlax 29 The hand and choir fnteltammd musicallx and Daxe 'Kllen pre ented the Nlantle of Knowledge to Junior Daxid fiohn The O!lC'l1lll1dl6tlf1I'Cl gliiflllatlllg class of New Albanx Hlffh School the Class of 1939 xxas the largest in school hlstorx 160 stuflents receix ed their red and black diplomas the sxxelteunff exenmg of Max 29 The graduation address I ssons from the Hoosier PIOIISBFQ xxas clelixerecl lxx 'lhtoclorf Gromt lroffssor lmeritus of Wiahash College pc flltiPI1fliIll of Schools Barkes axsarclecl the diplomas Just our xxeek hefore Max Z7 the seniors marched to the strains of lomp and Circumstance for the fnst of llElI' tml times to the flaw Dax exercises m the gxm ie Ulfls tlre-secl in traflitlonal xxhlte carried xelloxx French bouquets the hoxs xxoie xelloxx and black and houtommres Nlnetx one scholarships clehxerefl Bmforcl Park xxas the site of the Fla Bermuda Blast and the Class Dax ties xelloxs socks anfl axxards xxere afternoon 4 Qemor dance Nloments to hememher completed the ramx hut exciting senior flax P01 the fir t time in their blue anfl xxhlte caps and goxxns the seniors hearcl an IIIQPIIAIHU aclflress hx Rev Floxcl Cook at the Baccalaureate strxue Nundax Nlax 24 Rex Cook stre secl the lmportanfe of small lxegmmnffs for trulx great 'lftlt'XilttPI1l anfl e mtlftu tiat tie r ass of l9w9 xxl avi some trulx great afhirxfmfut Rucrencl floxtl look antl Rtxtitnd Frxm lxcnip dchxtred the mam talk and the lnxocation and luntdrttion re ptttmlx at Baccalaureate 41 Dunasxax mc td tht Cla Dax dance Nlomtnt to Remember at the -Xrmorx 'Ihr Lrmflicr and the Fmcralfl xxere aio fcaturfd ' is ' , I ' ' .5 g ' ' . j . - 4 - ' Q .1 . 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Q35 I ,asf f 'fffiiiigeilg-zixig2-144, ll ,Z 334.151, L- .37 'X -Z K It ' V M 'Y " nz , V. A ,.,- . -,'- 7 ,, , Q1 S ,. x X. , X , ,WW Q ,mfg .tis " I X f W K W ' 7, wax! .f N' aw H WA 'ie , 2 Q54 fax. . V, 4' ' A fag '5 I V' 1 ' X H gm 91-111-lar-llip 1 are- uuurilf-tl at Ilia- vlosv of 1-:tell st'It'lt':Il'I' In u student earning Fll'21ll!lll,i':X.y.5. First semester this year, 33 freshmen. 37 f1pl1"I11"f1'-- 27 ,llllllllfi unll W -vliims varnf-ml tht-ir svliolastic lv-ttf-rs, An ullsst-howl a-sw-nihly witnessed the presentation veremony in the gym in 1-arlv jprtl. Scholarship " " 's awarded for excellent achievement . . . Scholarship "N"'s were awarded to 116 students. 5.5 per cent of the school population. the first semester of this year. These people were I'9f'U2L'l1lZI"fl in April in an assenihly in the gylltllllillllll. Also. 67 pupils were nalnetl to the Honor lloll. To qualify for the Svholarship "N" a pupil must have earned final semester grades of in four full-creclit courses. or four "A" 's and one HB" if five subjects are varried. To qualify for the Honor Roll a pupil must have earnecl semester grades of three 'iA7"s anml two "Hills if live suhjeets are I'ilfI'lE"fl. Full-ereclit courses only are eountecl. Carol Riehert, Uavicl Allen. Connie Ross. Susan lfeioek. Wilma Snook, and Karen Zeller earnerl eight scholarship HN" 's apiece. DT- .l0l'lIl Hflrrlvr. newly inaugurated president of Hanover l,folleg1'. spoke to the top 10 per Cent ahfvut his trip to Europe anti the English 4-tltlvational -3 ste-m. 26 6, National Honor Society initiated outstanding 'I5 percent. Scholarship, Leadership. Character, and Service are the four qualities necessary for selection into the National Honor Society. The outstanding five per cent of the junior class and ten per cent of the senior class were admitted. Membership was de- termined by a committee of faculty members. At the induction ceremony, each entrance re- quirement was elucidated by a two-year member, then a candlelight initiation followed. A gold pin, a membership card and a certificate of initiation were presented to each initiate. New Albany High School has had a National Honor Society chapter since 19-146, but, nationally, the organization is 38 years oldg the Junior Honor Society was founded in 1921. Row 1: Mickey Minshall, Willa Foster, Kay Carter, Phyllis Eberle, Sharon Fulkerson, Wihna Snook. Row 2: Carol Richert, Bonnie Wade, Anita Wllitlow, Mary Silver, Lynne Zeller, Sharon Kendall, Delrose Montgomery. Row 3: John McKown, Mike Phillips, Karen Zeller, Susan J efferson, Sharon Miller, Bob Applegate. Row 4: John Martin, Roy Brandt, Fred Jewell, David Allen, Tom Meyers, Sloan Marsh. These seniors are two-year members of the Society. Row 1: Pat Owen, Lorraine Nantz, Carolyn Bohannon. Susie Abbott, Susie Blake, Nancy Nix, Rona Carriott, Yvonne Williams, Myra Proctor. April Sappenfield, Judy Schoen, Pat A. Roberts. Judy Johnson, Phyllis Nantz, Row 2: Sharon Cullett, Patty Wilson, Myrna Bugbee, Rosemary Bauldauf. Kitty Kelly. Carolyn Esler, Joan Gilley, Susan Feiock. Carol Cobb, Charlotte Moser. Row 3: Ruth Becht, Kitty Ferguson, Judy Knoob, Melva Oates. Marilyn Schmitzer. Betty Weber, Carol Thomas, Maureen Robinson. Ann Paulson, Doub Armstrong. Row 4: Connie Ross, Geneva Senn, Dottie Delong, Tom Holton, Dick Tresenriter, Larry W'ilkins, Don Cohn, Pat Bonifer, Jane Simmon, Doris Robinson, Martha Carpenter. Row 5: Charles Harrell, Larry Brock, Judy Dyer, Carolyn Jensen, Sharon Oakes, Cynthia Allen, Mary Mason, Judy Hale, Jill Adams, Bill Shofner, Nelson Scott, John Holz, Kenny Tucker, Charlie Miller, Larry Rodgers, Bob Booker, Cary Jacobi, Louis Marlow, Steve Baron. These people were initiated in 1959. 27 Those college-bound studied languages, science . . . , W v,.tQ.,Lf,d My St-nior Mike- Phillips viigim-t-rs for WNQXS. the- oldest studt-nt-operatod station in the nation. WNAS is an educational broadcasting station to all vlt-iiwntary schools in the arva. Only 20 svniors. who have obtained a position on thc staff hy try-out, hroadcast their own 15 minute prograrng or tht-y vnginvvr. Seniors Conniv Ross and Maurvcn Robinson are testing for metal. not mixing tht- smell of rottvn eggs. Miss Jessie McCracken, Miss Ann Wells, and Miss Marian Middleton arf? the lihrarians in the NAHS library. They care lor the 12,000 hooks, and they purchase yearly 1,000 new hooks. for majors and mmors The academic curriculum, designed for those college bound. is elected by approximately -140 per cent of the student body. Many students, although not planning to further their education. also follow the academic curricu- lum with profit and pleasure. Une must have two majors and two minors for gradu- ation. and an academic minor can be earned in any of four languages: Latin. French, Spanish. and German. A language major may he earned in Latin. French. or Spanish. Nlathematies majors may be earned by studying Algebra l and 2. Plane Geometry 1 and 2. Algebra 3, and two courses selected from either Algebra -l. Solid Geometry. or Trigonometry. Majors and minors may be earned in English. social studies. and science. If a student is planning to go to college. he should select the school specializing in his field. study its entrance re- quirements. and plan his high school program of studies ac- cordingly. Senior Cary ,lacobi studies the term paper of a fellow representative in the mock United Nations. The fourth period international relations class members wrote about a certain country, then represented that country in the UN. 1 mf -:wg A 'ff-u iq me in the Academic Curriculum. - Mr. Robert Holmes, Educational Television history instructor, quizzes his third period class on the preceding program. The 80 pupils watch the half-hour program. then discuss the highlights of the lesson. Nancy Nix completes a xocabulary assignment in English 6-A class. The students also write themes. study grammar and literature. .,.. ir." uf? --f I tam 29 ts- --...,.,6m NN '41 Macaroni and cheese is being: carefully prepared by two freshmen in Home Economics I. Marie Pattnn and llonna McCain. Hrs. Blilrlretl John- son teaches the rudinients uf culinary skill. l 3 0 Tn Th ,Ian Hubbard and Patricia Huffine are sewing: summer skirts in Hrs. Martha l.npp's home cc class. Each gzirl has three class projects and a lioine project: first sewn are a skirt and blouse. then an inclixiclual article is sewn. VM-atifinal eurriculuni prmicles intensive training in vo- eutinnul liuilcling tracles. electrical tracles. machine trades. printing trucles. agriculture. and limneinaking. The intlustrial arts curriculum is plannecl for the boy who iwulrl like tu take shop work but floes not want to specialize tn the extent requirecl in the vocatitmul trade courses. lnflustrial arts inclucle: XYOl,lflXVttl'l'ilIlg. machine shop. printing. or electricity. Two units nf the inrlustrial arts curriculum are alsn recoinrnentlerl for stutlents expecting tu enter engineering ns a wicatinii. 'llhere ure nu eleetixes in the intlustriul arts courses. only options. Vtmitinnal euurses zrllmx from une elective in agri- culture lu fnur in rlistrilvutixe eclucation anal limneinaking. :Xn inclustriul arts gracle uxeruge of "tl" or better is re- quirecl tu enter a xncutimi trncle course of stuclx. 'tm groggleml Liurietiltiirc stinlents xselrl in Mr. ,lini Wui'4l's ag liuileling. e buys 1-4.ml,ine 4-la-s-rn-Jin sturly with practical fzirtn experience. "C" average required for vocational students . . . Mr. Alhert Cehlbach and Maurice Archbald cast slugs on the two linotype machines. The printing department serves the entire Floyd County School Corporation with all printed materials. The printing department sets the lines of type for three school papers, as well as completely printing them. Tom lialmh works on the power distribution panel in the electronics Richard Evans and Paul Hill use a straight-edge in the mechanical workshop. Mr. Tllmnas Reckerd is the instructor. drawing work. Mr. Harley Francis teaches the fourth period drafting class. traininu lo1'or-eiipationsinther-1-111111e1'eiz1l fiwltl. lielfl ol office unrl secretarial isork zmcl other lielrls I4t'lLlllIIgl to 1-o111111ercial enterprises. :X stuflent may take live u11its ill the husiness edu- cation curriculum. A major may he earnecl i11 typing. Sllltlilllilllll. and office practice. or one may take typing. shorthand. and bookkeeping. :X minor can be earnecl hy completing any two u11its in tl1e hus- iness curriculum. yd, , For tl secretarial niajor. satisfactory lfnglish 'iff graclcs are a prerequisite. with high skill i11 grain- mar anrl spelling lmeing especially requirecl. The lwusiness eflucation curriculum is starteml i11 thc Sfllklllilllllff' year. llistrihutive lfrlucation courses are availzilule to stuclents enrollerl ill any curriculum. llfll llPl'0FFZlfllf YlJC3llHIlZll or general curriculum enrollees. Thus a stuclcnt i11 the academic curriculum may choose a Uistrihutive lftlucation subject to satisfy tl1e elec- tixes of his or her curriculum. It is also posihle for a husiness curriculum stuclent to select retailing lllSi4'2l1l of any suhject. or retailing inuy he chosen as ll filth sulvjeet. 1 I V p I V Stumlents e111'olletl i11 the llistrihutixe lftlucution Seniors ,Ioyee Lllllllllf and Rita illlst' stuily hu-iness law as 11 part of their - Y Illtthgllitllll 111 New gkllvany' work Zlllfxflltjijlli anfl on Slllllftlilfi. 'lihese stutlents are clis111isserl to go Io work after they haue completecl their school work. usually co11sisti11g ol four suhjects. one of which is flirectly related to their rlistrihutive training lJI'0gI'Z1Ill. Disfribufive Education combined work, sfudy. liL1I'ltL1I'i1 l3ower111un. Vicki Zahn. llarlenc Xlurpliy. unil Xlikc lfetz wait ,lufly Knooh is t'IllPlUfl'll ln the creilit union for Floyd County teachers. forthe l1ustotaketl1e111t11tl1eirafte1'11oo11johs. She works in the front-hall office under Mr. lleltm-nl1erger's direction. 1-'if' 32 llusiness eurriculuin trains stutlents to enter the valuable 1n college or on the Job Her goals accuracy and speed tht? WOC C3.llS1Ilg p!'ZiCl.lCC S615 Sfudenfs followed the business curriculum Eyes on copy and flngers typmg rhythmlcally 1S the procedure practlced classmates are learning to type for personal and professional use by senior Bob Rlppy and Jumor GOldlC Lou Kent They and thelr 33 If K Shorthand student Polly Bradford is learning an art that will be Debit? Credit? Senior Suzanne Zeller doesn't seem too chagrined by o o a A wlde vanefy of sublecfs was offered Studylng Journallsm precedes actual work on the VISTA or The Blotter These Junlors and senlors are leammg the elements of yearbook page makeup and two of them vull he ed1tors next year Hut' Two three four' Gym 15 a requlred course for fre hmen and sophomores m any currlculum These boys have been playmg basketball grrls take CXCTCICCQ Both classes sw1m one semester at the Hazelwood Jumor Hlgh pool 34 I 0 0 O O O - ' , ' . . , , . ' S - . to pupils followmg general curriculum General currrculum conslsts of any electrve subjects besldes the requrred Englrsh hrstory, and mathe matlcs Students on a general currrculum may enter college and Mr Delbert A Brown prlnclpal, ant1c1 pates that 38 4-O per cent of the students at NAHS wrll take some klnd of further educatlonal trarnlng after hlgh school graduatron At least srxteen and one half unrts of credlt are requlred for graduatlon The unlts must lnclude two rn oclal studres three rn Engllsh, one 1n mathe matrcs one rn scrence and one and one half unrts of health safety, and physrcal educatlon The student must have two majors fa major IS three credlt unltsj and two H1lI10I'S Ctwo credrt unltsj ln hrs fleld of study Posmg for a portrart rs art student Carol Thompson artxsts are .lanet Polley Cletus Swmford and Barbara Rutledge Mannequrn Susres lungs are pornted out to Peggy Truax by brology Is Charles Bennetts speech about play production? Whatever the teacher Mrs Dorothy Brckers rn an anatomy drscussron toprc speech rnstructor Mr Tom Weatherston records every word 35 Members of the VISTA business staff who handled the flnances of Ih1S book were Sharon Mlller Sharon Mlltenber ger Mary Kay Moore and Sandra Wllson Here the g1rls are drawing up advert1s1n layouts Her lournahsfs edited The Blotter and VISTA Bu me s Manager BODHIL Waclr ell a pa e of advertxsxng to photographer Mr Horace Cha c 36 Room 103 ratherlnp place for manv senrors and fac ulty members IS really the home of the NAHS journallsts The fourth perlod class edlted the SlX1ly elght year old paper The Blotter Flfth hour students wrote school pub huts for the four local papers Thls yearbook the 1959 VlS'lA was produced by the four staffs and editors dutm slxth peruod and after school Sponsor Nlr Robert Bonshlre s Journallsm Club reyuve nated Ei11ll611C records of the football team from 1906 and basketball records from 1905 Because of IIQIH productlon costs prlces of The Blotter and VISTA were ralsed The paper became a four column yxeekly Instead of a smaller bl weekly and the yearbook was for the flfqt t1me done by a lltho Fraphlc profess , . Q 7 ..U ,, D ' o o o ooo -U 'rr ' . y , . , pw. . 5- , . ., . . c L. ..U . A E c .D , u '- - . ., .. ss ' .rss g. 1. s. We-sf .. flrst and second se At top Feature Staff Karen Zeller Sharon Gullett Jan Brooks Below Sports Carol Rlcllelt and Sharon Fulkerson Ray Claycomb Barry Volz Bob Randolph Chlz Wolf Ronnie Klrk and Ted nfesler edllors Ol The Bloller reall a galley proof In the prmt McCurdy smop published the 1959 VISTA for students ,f Gettlng the latest news ready for prmt are Mary Jane Sprxnkle Judy Klng Barbara Krnley and Dlane Boes news staff Lynne Zeller specral publxcatlons edltor and Mr Robert Bonshlre press sponsor check the rndex of the VISTA 37 f I M' 1, ' , A Z ,N f' if I Q . . ' 1 ' s - 1 a ' a - - ' ' . . . , s v 9 s a I . W3 L1 .f 1 fl saw, I -.4 . "" "l, V . ' ' , 1 s - 1 v 1 s - ' ' Band offlcers Patil Wxlstmn Barry Snuth Kltty Ferguson Larry Vocal and mstrumental muslc dlrectors Messrs A Flelder Myers le mio unlforms I'00m Music and cheers sparked enthusiasm Pldym the NAHS Alma Hater the marchm hundred band forms ments of songs hke Hard Headed Woman Steam Heat and the traditional NA The band marched lI1fI'lLHtC routmes to arran e Seventy SIX Tr0mb0Il6S A . x I . . 1 I . , . w , 1 4 ' . . . A H H . . 1 Tischendorf, drum majorg Tom Hutchinson, and Duke Marsh strug- Robert Carter, and Ovid Chambers, pause for a moment in the band g ' A 5. . , o o o o I - g A , as - g vs - na ,sv ca , ,vs . ' ' , ' '1 ' . U - as - - H , . f ,, . Atliletic' hgmul ysill ziliilnissaflnts' for Xen ,VXI- lvany' lligh Sf-limit yy:-rv tht- six xzirsity 1-lim-4-l'le-utlt-i's anzl the niusivul groups ysliu pt-rfnrnn-tl ut yurinlls forinul zintl infurniul 4-xvnts. The rlie-4-r'le-urle'1's. 4-uptuiilvfl lwy Suntly St-liultzl wllippetl up srlnml spirit at all ffmtlmll untl lmslwt- hall games. 'lihis ye-ur the elevti-cl girls wt-re' sc-niurs Sanity' Sl'llUliZ. ,luun Hannpton. Wiini llmulxs. untl Sherry Wvugguner. The twu juniors were Phyllis Haney untl Millie Hampton. The Nt-XHS Nlarvliing Band was clirm'tc-tl liy' Nlr. Ovid Chanilwrs ancl Nlr. A. Fielder Nlyers. The eighty'-eight nieinlier organization lnzirvlit-cl at all home foutliull games. and its sister organizutimi. the Concert Bancl. playetl for all home lnasketliall games and pep sessions. Both instrumental groups entered llistrivt and State Music: Cnntests in l7el1ruary'. Thr- inusivinen brought lnnne ll lfirst Division Ratings frmn Dis- trict and l trmn State. Hr. llolwrt Carter livarle-cl the NA c'huirs. 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Q SM , , ESM f ' A I ,,7 -W W- l 4 I I r ! 1959 Semor Class SUSIE ABBOTT Junlor Boosters ,Iumor Actors Senior Boosters Trl H1Y Presldent and Chaplaln Student Councll RONNIE ADAMS H1Y NHTSIIQ N Baseball Basketball Football Track LARRY MORTON AGAN Square Danct Rlflf Club ELLA JANE ALEXANDER Square Dance EMNIA JEAN ALEXANDER Square Dance Trl H1 Y JUDY ANN ALEXANDER Trl H1Y Ser eant at Arms DAVID BIRK ALLEN JCL H1Y HOOSICT Boys State Natlonal Honor So crety Swlm Team Band IU Ach1evementPro ram JUDY LYNNE ALLEN FTA Trr H1 Y FBLA Concert Band and Cholr Bel Canto Trl H1Y .lunlor Boosters .lumor Executne Comnnttee JCL DALLAS LEON ALSTOTT DE Club Rddl0 WILLIAM ANDERSON JUDITH NI ANDRES ROBERT W APPLEGATE ,ICL H1Y Hoosler Boys State Natlonal Honor Clety Scholar hip N Student COUHCIT Treasurer RICHARD ARMES PAUL DOUGLAS ARMSTRONG Concert and lVlarch1ng Band Scholarshlp N Hoosler Boys State Spanlsh Honor Soclety SCICHCC Semlnar HAROLD EDWARD ARNOLD .IR H1 Y ,IV Football and Baseball Square Dance Sclence Club CARL ATKINS THOMAS T BABB Electronles Club Presldent Boys Glee Club Band and Choir Student Theatre BERNARD E BALON Colf DE Klub PHILLIP B-XDLER Bowlln Club Stamp Club Spanlsh Club LINDA LOU BAILEY Student Councrl Student Theatre Semor Boosters and Tumor Boosters Z 0 , ' a . , . V ' 1 1 7 1 x I x I , .- .- '- '- , t , g . . . , 7 - 7 ' , t , - SHIRLEY ALLEN , . , ' ' . . , 7 - Y 1 5 y 7 A a , I , , . 9 , I . I . U W C ' 7 , began new century ROBERI BAKER Student Theatrc Irrsldnnt Cards and Announcements fomnuttex H1Y Football DOIN EARI BAI DWIN HIY V1cePres1dent Freshman Basketball .IV Basket ball Jumor Executnc COIIIUUIICE' Senlor Executlve COHIHIIUPE JESSE B ALLEW IR BRUCE BANDX Wu llln H1 Y Vurslty N RONNIE BANET Rlf Q flulm EDI I H ISARKER WILI IAM BAUMANN Rlfle Club R1fle Tean Varslty N E LEROY BAXLFY DORIS JEAN BAXTER FHA JIIHIUI' B00 ters LARRY BAYS RUTH ANN BECHT JCL FHA Student Theatre BETTY IO BEI CHER ,Iumor Booster Senlor Boosters Tn H1 Y Chaplaln MINNIE JOANN BELCHER Bel Camo Concert Cllolr French Club Indlana State flxolr Valley Choral FGSIIVHI Carousel CAROL ANN BENNETT ,Iumor Boosters Semor Boosters Spanlsh Club Square Dance CHARLES RAYMOND BENNETT Spam ll Clulm PAT BESWICK FTA Executlve Commlttee Semor Boocter Jumgr Boosters Square Dance MARY FRANCES BEZY Square Dance .Iumor Booster FHA IRVIN N BISINGER ALLEN EDGAR BLACKBURN Wranglers Presldent Swxm Team H1Y Concert Cholr Flowers and Colors Commlttee Senlor Execuuve Com mntee SUSAN ELIZABETH BLAKE Semor Boosters Spanlsh Club Square Dance WILLIAM CHARLES BLINE Rlfle Team Varslty N Square Dance Track , Y , - 1 - s - ' , . X .- A . . I J J - , - ,. , 3 . . , - ' 'rs ' ' I y v - . ,, . 1 'S g, - . . 4 I . , , , 1, ' - . . A I , I . s Q v 1 f .1 A 5, sy ' ' 1 - , B , , All- - . . 4 V . . U ,, A , , ., , , . . , I ' s ' 7 - s, -s a S, ea 1 1 ' 1 1 , . 9 a v 7 1 of graduates DARLENE MARIE BOARDMAN JCL Junior Boosters STEWART G. BOAZ Boys Glee Club WINNIE GAY BODENBENDER FBLA Senlor Boosters Spanrsh Club JOHN BOEDICKER BEVERLY DIANE BOES Square Dance Junlor Boosters Tr1H1Y Trea urer Cards and Announcements Commlttee Majorette Blotter CAROL BOHANNON Student Counc1l Flowers and Colors Comm1ttee Scholarshlp N Tr1H1Y JCL Senlor Boosters MICHAEL TERRENCE BOHANNON Concert Band Boys Glee Club French Club Photog raphy Club Secretary FTA Flowers and Colors Com mlttee ROBERT LEWIS BOOKER Football Rlfle Vars1ty N Scholarshlp N Rlfle Club Presldent THOMAS A BORSKI Football H1 Y BARBARA BOWERMAN Junlor Boosters DE Club VELVA BOX Square Dance Trl H1 Y FTA Treasurer JERRY BRAGG ROY OSWALD BRANDT Football Track Varslty N Scholarshmp N Sclence Club Presldent Natlonal Honor SOCICIY T BREECE French Club Golf JCL Debate Club Photography BRENDA LOU BREWER Senlor Boosters Presldent Tr1H1Y Student Coun cll Cards and Announcements Commlttee DONNA BROOKS Trl H1 Y Baccalaureate Commlttee JANET BROOKS Tr1H1Y Senror Boo ters V1CCPf8SldCHI Cards and Announcements Commlttee WINIFRED SCOTT BROOKS Cheerleader Bel Canto Sergeant at Arms Concert Choir Track and Football Queen JUDITH LYNN BROWN Tr1H1Y Senior Boosters Flowers and Colors Com mlttee OSCAR ELCENE BROWIN Band Blble Club Bow Clee Club WANDA BROWN Tr1H1Y JCL Debate Club Baccalaureate Committee 1 1 1 1 '. 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Q 7 . . wg, . , , 1- .D .- xl . 1 1 1 I I O MARY ELIZABETH BRUNER Soc1al Dance Treasurer Concert Band Jun1or Boosters JULETT-X BLDD Nlu 1C Apprec1at1on Club Tr1 H1 Y Semor Boosters Concert Cl1o1r State Alu 1C Contest MY RlN A JOY CE BLGBEE Trl H1Y Junxor Boo ter Semor Boosters Bel Canto Scholar lllp N SHIRLEY ROE BURCIN Soc1al Dance FBLA ANNA PEARL BURRESS Jun1or Boo ters Square Dance Semor Boosters CAA Cllolr PENNY ANN BYERLEY JCL Jun10r Boo ter Tr1 H1Y Senxor Boo ters Art Club Class Day Comm1ttee JEANNETTE ANN BYRD Tn H1 Y Junror Boosters LANCE KENT BYRD Band Square Dance ANNA KAY CALJ AHAN French Club MUSIC Hour JERRY CALLAHAN Electronlcs Club ELVA JANE CAMPBELL JCL Sen1or Boosters Tr1 H1 Y MARY LUCILE CANTER Tr1 H1Y Semor Booster Junlor Executlve Commrttee Student Theatre SANDRA LEE CAPLE DE Club Semor Boosters French Club Tr1 H1Y FTA PATRICIA ANN CARMICKLE Sen1or Boosters CARL E CARPENTER MARTHA ANN CARPENTER BIUSIC Apprec1at1on Club Cho1r EARL STANLEY CARROLL JR Soc1al Dance Boys Glee Club Track KAY CARROLL Tr1 H1 Y Jumor Boosters Brble Club KAY CARTER Bel Canto Natlonal Honor SOCICIY Sen1or Boosters Commencement Comnuttee, State MUSIC Contest THELJVIA CARTER Tr1 H1 Y, Muslc Hour, Art Club, Muslc APPTCCIHIIOH Club CHARLOTTE D CHERRY French Club, Musxc APDYCCIBIIOH Club ,Hin K Although lf rcuned, JANICE CHILDRESS Sen1or Boosters Spamsh Club French Club CURTIS D CLARK H1Y Square Dance Boys Glee Club Concert Choxr ROGER B CLARK B1ble Club Chaplaln VERA LEA CLAY Sen1or Boosters JCL Baccalaureate Commntee Span1sh Club Debate Club Junior Achlevement Secretary RAY DEAN CLAYCOMB Boys Glee Club Football Wrestllng Freshman Track JOSEPH NICHOLAS CLAYTON JV Basketball Track DAVID R CLERE Stamp Club Bowllng Club JCL BEVERLY JEAN CLIFTON Square Dance Soclal Dance Sen1or Boosters FHA Span1sh Club CAROL SUE COBB Mr Pennypacker Art Club Sen1or Boosters ulll and Scroll Class Day Commlttee VISTA Managmg ARNOLD COLE Sclence Club Journallsm Club ROGER D COLGLAZIER TERRY LYNN CONRAD H1 Y Muslc Appreclatlon Club CARL LOUIS CONTE Band Debate Club Treasurer Football Track Varslty N Photo raphy Club .IO ANN COOK Square Dance Cholr JOHN L COOK Student COU.!lCll Pres1dent Basketball Football Track Baseball H1Y RAYMOND LEE CORNELISON Muslc Apprec1at1on Club Photography Club PAT CORY Jun1or Boosters Semor Boosters Tr1H1Y Treasurer Art Club Bookstore MARTHA MAE COX Soclal Dance Spanlsh Club MARY MARGARET COX Soclal Dance Span1sh Honor SOCIEIY MARVIN CRAIG Rlfle Club DE Club Radlo Rlfle Team DORIS CRAVENS DE Club O I 1 1 . , - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 sc 11 1 Q - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 Edxtor v ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 or 1 2: 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 . 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 . . y 1 1 1 1 homecoming was RITA FAYE CRUSE Scholarshlp N DE Club Blble Club Future Nurses H WAYNE CUMMINS BRENDA JOYCE CUNDIFF Socxal Dance Bxble Club Future Nurses DE Club Square Dance SANDRA LEA CURTIS Semor Boosters Tr1 H1Y Student Councll Flowers and Colors Commlttee- JIM DAILY Football Basketball Baseball H1Y Varslty JACK DALTON BRENDA JOYCE DAVIS Tr1H1Y Scholarshlp N Class Day Commlttee Art Club VICE Presldent ROBERT HOWARD DAWSON Art Club MUSIC Appreclatlon Freshman Track Square Dance WILLIAM E DEHN Concert Cho1r Blble Club Flowers and Colors Com mlttee Bookstore Assxstant DON DEITSCH BETSY DENNISON Future Nurses Blble Club DE Club Muslc Apprecla t1on Jumor Boosters LYNN W DENNY Golf H1Y Bowlmg Club Secretary JUDITH ANN DENTON Bel Canto Speakers Tr1H1Y JCL Concert Cho1r Junlor Boosters PORTIA KAY DIECKMANN Senlor Boosters Concert Cho1r Bel Canto VISTA Majorette RALPH EDWARD DOOLEY Varslty N H1Y Wrestllng Golf Baccalaureate Senlor Executlve Commxttee JUDITH ANN DYER Speakers Bel Canto Concert Cho1r R3d10 Baccalau reate Commlttee PHYLLIS ANN EBERLE Semor Boosters Bel Canto Concert Cho1r DE Club Natlonal Honor Soclety CARL LAMONTE EDWARDS RAY EDWARDS Band Bowlmg Club JACK ROBERT HERMAN EICHENBERGER Bowling Club Swlm Team Art Club Stamp Club Concert Cho1r DANIEL D ELDRIDGE FFA O 1 1 1 1 7 1 7 1 "1 1 1 1 1 '1 N "1 1 9 , . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1'1 1 1 1 "1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 9 7 Y Y the largest In hlsfory JACK ENINIETT H1 Y Colt JOHNNY FEIN ERIC J FEIOCK Football Track Wrestllng VHIQIIY N SUSAN KAI FEIOCK Student Theatre Secretary JCL Scholarshlp N Radlo Qulll and Scroll VISTA Edltor ln Chlef Speakers KITTY JANE FERGUSON Student Councll Cla s Day Comnllttee French Club Trea urtr l'BLA Band Senlor EXECHIIVS Commlttee MIKE F ETZ DE Club DIXIE CAROL FISHER Soclal Dance Student Theatre Junlor Actors Mr Penny pucker Clnderella JERRY RICHARD FLENER Football Wrestllng Track VHISIIY N Concert Cholr Art Club Student Councll WILLIAM FLORA Square Dance Senlor Boosters WILLA JE AN FOSTER Bel Canto Speakers Scholarshlp N Trl H1Y Concert BARBARA FRAKES Trl H1Y JCL Junlor Boosters Senlor Boosters REBECCA SHALLERS FRANCIS Speakers Band FBLA Scholarshlp N State BIUSIC Contest 'VIr Pennypacker BEVERLY FREIBERGER Trl Hl Y Future Nurses Bookstore JOHN EDWARD FRISBIE Photography Club Hl Y Track SHARON JEAN FULKERSON Student Councll Blotter Edltorln Chlef Senlor Boo t ers Trl H1Y JCL Natlonal Honor SOCICIY MICHAEL E GARRISON FFA Presldent ROBERT ERIC C ELTMAKER Baseball FAYE GIBSON Senlor Booster Trl H1 Y FBLA FHA ROBERT EUGENE GIBSON JOAN MARIE GILLEY CXX Trea urer Speakers Treasurer Band Radlo JCL State 'Nluslc Contet JERRY GORDON Art Club o o o . l , I 7 7 " 1 V 7 . , . , - 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L 5 ' Q v Q ' ' 45 , , t - 79 54 ' 77 ' t 7 7 7 3 7 , . 1 N7 7 l - 9 Cholr, Senlor EXECUIIVC Commlttee I - S 9 Y " I , 9 7 1 7 SL 5, s , I . ' ' a H 1 7 . 7 I , , ' -' - ' Q ' s - ev ' ' v 7 I . , - 1 . l fl r . s 3 ' , g , , , ., , I t S The Remarkable SUZETTE GRAHAM Blotter Staff LARRY JOE GRANT Electromcs Club Radlo Englneer PRO Rlfle Club JOHN PAUL GRAYSON Student Theatre Matchmaker Student Councll RUSSELL GREEN Pennypacker H1Y Radlo DONALD GRESHAM Flowers and Colors Commlttee DAVID MICHEAL CRIMES Rlfle Club SHARON ODEII A I UI LEFT JCL IAA Blotter Staff SOC1dl Dance EI LEN KATHLEEN HAERTEL FHA Secretary Band JCI Trl H1X Junlor Boosters CI ARA ROSE HAESELEY Trl H1 Y Buble Club JAMES WAYNE HALL JOAN F HAMPTON Chterleader 'Nlajorette Student Counc1l VISTA Ac tlxltu EllllOI' French Club 'Ireasurer Senior Boosters MARGARET SUE HARDESTX DE Club fri H1 Y JANIES RONALD HARL JACK W HARRIS Fre lunan Wre tl1n Junior Executne COIHITIIIILG SCILHCC Club Student Councll KEN HARTFIELD Photo raphy Club Secretary JV Baseball Bowhng Club H1Y FRED HARTMAN ALICE DARLENE HASSETT JCL Senlor Boosters Future Nurses Student Theatre Radio Clnderella MARY FRANCIS HAUBER ROLAND G HAVENS Social Dance Art Club Football DEANNA JOYCE HAYS THEO GALE HAYS Senlor Boosters Tr1H1Y Majorette Prmcess of the Amr Waves Senlor Boosters K...-" 'IZ' Mr Pennypacker JACK HEAYLITT Student Theatre Boys Glee Club CHARLES READ HESS CYNTHIA FIIEN HICKMAN lr: ld t 'Ir1 1 Senlor Boo tu Sludsnt Count ll Conurt Chou PAUL HILL JUDY HINES CLAUDIA JOAN HIRTH BRENDA HOGUE Jun1or Executnc Con1u11ttee Senlor Boosters Flowers and Colors Commlttee Future Nurses VISTA PAUL HOKE DALE HOLLMAN JOHN HOLZ HOOQICT Boys State Student Counc1l Sclence Club H1Y Baccalaureate Commlttee FTA NANCY ROSE HOSTETLER Bel Canto JCL Student COUHCIT CHARLES B HOUGHTON JR Wrangler Ser eant at Arms Entered from Proudence H1 h School 1957 TED W HUBER JR Boys Clee Club Photography Club Square Dance MARY JANE ATKINS HUNT DE Club FHA VICC Presldent CAA French Club Freshman Dramatlcs TOM HUTCHINSON Football Basketball Track Vars1tyN Pres1dent Junlor and Senlor Class V1cePres1dent H1Y VISTA Band DARLENE HUTH Trl H1 Y Junlor Booster Semor Boosters WILLIAM JACKSON H1 Y GARY E JACOBI H1Y JCL Blble Club Presldent Cards and An nouncemeuts Commntee Scholarshxp N Semor Execu IIVE Commxttee DOROTHY LEE JACOBS Junlor Boosters SUSAN M JEFFERSON Natlonal Honor Souety Bel Canto Tr1H1Y Blble Club Treasurer Concert Cholr Senlor Boosters DON JEFFERY Soclal Dance was presented m JERRY D. JENKINS Freshman Basketball, Freshman Baseball, Hi-Y, Varsity N, Baseball CAROLYN SUE JENSEN JCL, Scholarship N, Senior Boosters, Executive Com- mittee, Tri-Hi-Y. FRED RICHARD JEWELL JCL, Treasurerg Band, Scholarship N, Radio, Junior Executive Committee JUDITH MAE JOHNSON Tri-Hi-Y, VISTA, Assistant Editorg JCL, Senior Boost- ers Baccalaureate Committee DORIS JEAN STURGEON JONES PATRICIA JONES HERBERT KAISER LEWIS KAISER MARJORIE GAYLE KEACH Debate Club Tr1H1Y Spamsh Club Senlor Boosters GARY RAY KEITH Spanish Club Sclence Club Boys Glee Club Concert Cholr Photo raplly MORTON D KELLAMS Stamp Club MARSHA LYNN KEMPLE Tr1H1Y Treasurer Semor Boosters Junlor Boosters Cla s Day Committee MARTHA KENDALL Tr1 H1 Y French Club MUSIC Appreclatlon SHARON KENDALL Scholarsh1p N Nat1onal Honor SOCICIY JCL Speakers WILLIAM EARL KIDD Bowllng Club ALLEN LUKE KINC FBLA Socml Dance Music Hour JUDITH ANNETTE KING Blotter News Editor Tr1 H1 Y Presldent Debate Club Jumor EXECUIIVC Comnuttee Freshman Dramatlcs BARBARA ANN KINLEY JCL Future Nurses Cards and Announcements Com mittee Semor Execut1ve Commlttee Tr1 H1Y Blotter JAMES R KIRK Football Baseball Varsity N H1Y Chalrman of Com mencement Committee Blotter SANDRA KAY KLEER Jumor Boosters Semor Boosters Tr1 H1 Y 9 I , .I .. , . , . I .5 . , - 1 1 1 - , S' .D .- i . - . . s 1 a s S . - .- , , . . . . , . . , , 1 DONNA SUE KING Q 4 ' 1 , : ' 4 '- '- , ' 1 x , 'Q . ' . ' . . . . D v 9 ' ' s s s i s .' 9 I ' , a 1 ' I' fheafre-in-round. LARRY KNASEL Musrc Appreclatron Club RAYMOND LOUIS KNIGHT Bowlrng Club JUDITH ANN KNOOB Jumor Boosters VlCCPf6S1d6Ht DE Club V1cePres1 dent Student Councrl Tr1H1Y Publlcrty Senror Boosters Cards and Announcements Commlttee DON R KNOY LARRY F KRAFT Bowllng Club Track JOHN MARK KUNZMAN Boys Glee Club Concert Cholr WILTON L LAMB VIRGINIA LEE LANDERS French Club Tr1 H1 Y FHA Freshman Dramatlcs MARY JANE LANKFORD PAUL LAUSTERER Stamp Club JOHN WILLIAM LEE Rrfle Club PATRICIA ANN LEMMON Art Club MARTHA KAY LIEBER Sclence Club Junlor Executxve Comm1ttee Student Councrl Radro Tr1 H1 Y JCL Senror Boosters DIANNE MARIE LILLY LARRY P LINNE NAOMI LONG Junior Boosters MUSIC Appreclatlon Club Future Nurses Musrc Hour French Club ROBERT THOMAS LOWETH Track Football Student Theatre Boys Glee Club See How They Run The Klng and I Carousel ELIZABETH ANN LOWRY Art Club Baccalaureate Commrttee MARILYN BEATRICE LYNCH DE Club GAA FBLA Junlor Boosters JOAN MARIE MAIER Trl H1Y Jumor Boosters FTA FBLA Treasurer Sen 1or Boosters DAVID MANNING , -. , , . . , -F -- . . . . Y 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 sa 11 44 - 11 44 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' Top forty seven VIRGINIA LEE MANLEY Junlor B00 ters Tr1 H1 Y Blble Club IOUIS H NIARLOW JCL Rxfle Club SCIGDCC Club QLOAN NIARSH 1t lbw 1 ll 1111 lu I r1 ll n E 11'tr11n11 I l11b lNat111nal II1111111 Some tx I an1l JOHNNY JOE MARTIN n11 1 111 l111n1111lt1e lNdIl1l'Idl Honor 1 w lb tn llll S11111 11111111 PECGY 'NIARTIN Tr1 H1 Y Bllllf' Club LINDA SUE M1 CAIN IIN Art Club FBLA Ilfl H1Y Baccalaurcutc C0111 1n1tt11 SUE NICLLAREN umm 111 Se111t.1r r I1 Y mur an1 Student Councll TED 'NICCURDX Plll 1 ll 1 Ja 1 Ch11plf11n DL um R111 111 lII11tt1r SHIRI EX I NI1C.UTC HAN I' FX Nuretarv S1n1111 Boo t11 ROBERT K-NRL MCDONALD Club Pre 11l1nt S1111111111n Track Ur P1 nm pdclur QHEI BY JE-KN NICKEEIIAIN future lNur1s ITEWICIPHI B1blc Club JOHN ROBERT NICKOWN Track Cross Country Nauonal Honor SOCICIY R8dl0 H1 Y Student Councll CAROL L NIcNAUGHTON FBLA KENNETH C NICPHEETERS Hu IC Appreclatlon Club Concert Cho1r LXNNX NIIDDLETOW HAROLD 'NIIFFLIN Rlfle French Club R1fle Club CHARLIE MILLER Wran lers Nlr Pennypacker Concert Cholr JCL H1Y Sportscaster JERRY MILLER Sw1m Team Varslty N Nlr Pennypacker Rad10 Photography Club SANDRA ELAINE MILLER Senlor Boosters Future Nurses Tr1 H1 Y Socxal Dance Junlor Boosters SHARON FAY MILLER Tr1 H11 lNat1onal Honor Soc1ety JCL FHA Ser eant at Arm Scholar IIIIJ N SHARON K-XX 'NIILLER Tr1 H1I Scmor Boosters, YISTA - . S H .i .. , . 1 1 1 x, lv A Ph111gra1 f' Club. l'r-si1l11ntg S1"' " C b. ' -s'l1' tg I- I .l' ' I Hi-5. S11 'ur Exe'ut' '- I ' -. 7 '1 1 S1- 1'i1-lj. Rusk 'tl ull, Wea gl1-rs, Tr1- st wr: fit I- I lm "I 1 , Q .h , . I 1 ,I ' ' lin S1-rs, .I y: T i-I 4- V. FI " S l Colors 011111111111-1'. C11-Cl1ai1'111a11: YIS'IIA. Art Club. C1 Choir. Rus-l ll, H'-Y, I ' 1' g ' Cl I, . 1' - , VA.. F11 1-Z S1 ' A S 1-S Art I . 5' ' 3 .I " ' Q. I H. . 1 E A ' Y A' Os. J - . ' 1 - 11 - 1 1 I 7 ' I 7 . I Y - 7 S. A. A -I 1 . ' ' 7 1 ill' I , 1 1 1 AU 54 9, ' - -Q 1 A - 1 1 1 T' ' Ci! 77 ' 1 1 A - 1 1 J .. Y 1 I '- 4- Y. YI ' E ' , . 1 . - g ' . sg . ' s 1 seniors were honored VIRCIINIA SUE MILLER Senlor Boosters Jumor Boosters FTA RUTH MILLION JCL Speakers Tr1H1Y HOOSICI Glrls State Scholar shxp N MICKEY LYNN MINSHALL Nat1onal Honor SOCIETY Bel Canto Speakers JCL Rad1o Student Theatre PHYLLIS ANN MITCHELL Junlor Boosters Tr1 H1Y Baccalaureate Comm1ttee BONNIE JEAN MONTGOMERY Soclal Dance FBLA B1ble Club DELROSE MONTGOMERY Art Club Tr1 H1 Y Presldent MARY KAY MOORE Cards and Announcements Comm1ttee FTA Jun1or Boosters VISTA JAMES E MORAN JR H1Y MUSIC Club FFA CARROL sUE 'NIORLEN Art Club Secretary Trl H1Y Chaplaln CHARLOTTE KAY 'VIOSER Art Club Spanlh Club Pre ldent Senlor Booster, Radio Scholarsh1p N Concert Cholr Student Theatre V1cePres1dent H1Y Bows Clue Club ELLEN DARLENE MURPHY Scmor Boosters Art Club Presldent Flowers and Colors Comnuttee DE Club Semor Pron1 Dccorahon Comm1ttee JODY WAYNE MURPHY H1 Y Vars1ty N Wrestllng THOMAS FIELDER MYERS NHIIOHHI Honor Soc1ety Hoosler Boys State Wranglers Boys Glee Club Band DOYNE ELOISE MYLER FTA GAA Band Freshman Dramatxcs RITA ELAINE NAIL LORRAINE NANTZ lVIr Pennypacker Band FHA Scholarshlp N Pho tography Club JCL PHYLLIS NANTZ Mr Pennypacker Band FTA Soclal Dance MUSIC Hour JCL CARL JAMES NAVILLE H1 Y Track JANICE MARIE NEELY Bel Canto Student Theatre VISTA Senlor Boosters JCL Flowers and Colors Comm1ttee The Mousetrap PHILLIP WAYNE NEELY H1 Y JV Football Photography Club O T -1 1 .. . ., 1 1 "1 , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' '1 1 1 1 "1 1 1 1 . , . 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X . 1 1 '1 1 . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 as 11 ' - 1- 1 1 1 9 1 as 11 ' ' - 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 - u 11 1 1 '1 1 benlor Executives for 1959 were Row 1 Allen Blackburn lynn Owen Ralph Dooley Chlz Wolf Ronme Kxrk John Martln Row 2 Amta Whltlow Sandy Schultz Sherry Wa oner Barbara Kmley Wllla Foster Kay Carter Row 3 Cary ,lacobr Don Buldwm Sum NI ll rm B tty W l K tty P r x on Slldflill O ke Sandra Curtxs F Thompson Bob Rlppy RILH KRD l Y INN NUILI Freshman Ba eball Muslc Appreclatlon Club ,IV Ba ball Senlor Boosters BRENIIM 1 XROI NOL UN ncrrl Un If t um W u N11 le lnnte t Buccallurt all Lillllllllllli SHIRT EX Sf HL -XD UNT NOLUI IHEI NI X THERIH K XOLOT SHARON ANN 0 XKILQ Concert Cholr Wlusre and Scholarshxp N Senlor Execu tue Commlttee JXROLD IXXIN OLI IQ H1Y Freshman Track Freshman Basketball Square Dance Pre 1dent Rlfle Club Mu 1C APDTCCIHIIOH Club XLNI X OX I' RIOIN ll 1 1 IIILI Nl K OX ILR I UB lllil 4 I X IPRI UXFR N T LXINN R43 OVHLIX Fre hman Football Freshman Baseball French Club Treasurer H1Y PKTRIC It XNN OWILX French Club .lumor Boo ter FBLA Senlor Booster Orchestra ROBERT ISAAC OWElNS FFA Student Council Senlor Boosters 55 ' ' ' , : , J , ' U .1 v A ' , . I : . . , , gg J x , i , . . ,: J' ', ' -. vfu -n. 1- ' 'm-wr. i ' Q-gls .r ' ilqis' ' ,.l- - V I . ll V N A X 5 , ' ' ' , 'se- ' 7 3 . 4, Co 'A I f . Ar Cl l. l'll't'Ill'll Club. .l sic N. Slate gts' l s. L ra - I, ' , , . , V , T 3 H 3 :Q ll l S A 7 . 1' ' 4 we Speakers, Vice-Presidentg Spanish Club, Vice-Presidentg 1 l s , ' D' v - Q ' "v I a 4, S 5 , S . ' .llll 'UI' llm1sl4'I's. lllrl-ll'-N . lxlllbllw I'I rlll' .ll1I' ' Buns! 'rs. 'llri-lll-Y. blush' ll FUI' VAl." I .. ' , TON Hi-X. 'I' uc-k . P S 1 I 3 ls 7 7 r g - . ' s s, . , ' s, ' , , Sv, , ' 7 ' M fl. T 5 A ' Y 'yt N - 5252 ? gms at A at -...-ni' Cf? with a banquet RONNIE PARDO SUE CAROL PARKS FHA, Sergeant at Arms J EFF ERY PARR MARLYS ANN PARR Square Dance FHA Junior Actors DE Club LEONA PATRICK Square Dance FHA Treasurer NICK G PAULIN Track Cross Country Boys Glee Club H1Y SHIRLEY SUE PAYNE Concert Chou Bel Canto Senlor Boosters Muslc N Cards and Announcements Commlttee Muslc State Contest MARY ELLEN PEASE Concert Band Tn H1Y Qulll and Scroll JCL VISTA People Editor JUDY AUSTIN PENN Soctal Dance DORIS HELEN PERKINS Square Dance Blble Cluh FHA Trl H1 Y MICHAEL BROOK PHILLIPS R3d10 Nat1ona.l Honor SOCICIY Wranglers JCL Concert Band Marchxng Band ONEITA SAUNDRA PHILLIPS Trl H1 Y Concert Cholr Speakers Muslc Contest CHARLES ROBERT PRECHTEL Photography Club MARY KATHERINE PURCELL JUANITA RAKE Jumor Boosters FTA Square Dance ROBERT O RANDOLPH Football Track Varslty N Jumor Class Treasurer H1 Y Student Council JCL WILMA JANET REED Jumor Boosters Senxor Boosters Cholr PHILIP HIRAM REID CHARLEY REISERT Wranglers Presldent H1Y Ind1ana Leglslatlve Assem bly Student Councll Mr Pennypacker Blotter GERRI REISERT Trl H1 Y MUSIC Appreclatlon Club JERRY REXROAT by Rotary Club. MIKE REXROTH DAVID W. REYNOLDS Wrestling, Bowling Club, Boys' Glee Club, Concert Choir, Student Council MIMA JUNE REYNOLDS Bible Club, Spanish Club BILL RICE Art Club CHARLENE RUSH RICHARDS FH A, Bel Canto, Junior Boosters, State Music Contest CAROL ANN RICHERT Speakers, Presidentg Senior Class Secretary, Blotter, Editor-in-Chief, DAR Good Citizen Award, JCL, Student Theatre BOB RIPPY Bowling Club, Hi-Y, President, Freshman Basketball, JV Basketball JOHN ROBERTS, JR. Social Dance, Spanish Club, Rifle Club, Square Dance PATRICIA ANN ROBERTS Senior Boosters, Scholarship N PATRICIA JANE ROBERTS Rifle Club, Choir, D E Club, Square Dance DORIS LYNNE ROBINSON F B I. A Presldent French Club FTA Soclal Dance Scholarshlp N Baccalaureate Committee ETHEL ROBINSON Square Dance PHYLLIS MAUREEN ROBINSON Tn H1Y French Club V1cePres1dent Band Music N Journalism Club LINDA RUTH ROBY Science Club JCI. FTA GAA Class Day Com mittee LARRY RODGERS Bowllng Club Football Scholarshlp N Science Club MELVIN ROMANS Football Golf H1Y Electronics Club MORTON E ROMANS D E Club SHIRLEY ROMERO Junlor Boosters Senior Boosters Spanish Club Secre tary MARLENE R ROSCOE Science Club Music Club Choir LAURA LEE ROSE F H A Spanlsh Club Science Club Art Club CHARLES E ROSS F F A Track Cross Country 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Senlors chose CONNIE ROSS l'r1 H1 Y Student COUHCII IOIIIIIICHCCIINIII c0IIllIllllLl gl lu l 1r lup 'N 5111111 l1 Club St n1or Boo ter STEPHEN ALLAN ROY Baseball I'ootball Senlor Cla s Treasurer Var tty N HDYJQIQT Bm Statt H1 Y Scllolar lup N JO ANN RUSK FBLA Blblt Club Future Nur es MICHAEI RI SQEII ROY BYERL RUTHERFORD Wrestlln JV Football Rxfle Club DONALD V SAI YERS Bow Clee Club FTA Concert Cl1o1r MADELINE JOY SANIS PBLA DONALD R SAPP APRIL JUDITH SAPPENFIELD Bel Canto Tr1 H1 Y Sen1or Boo ters LARRY .I SCHAD Football Wre tlm Track Varsm N' VICE Presldent H1 Y Ser eant at Arms CARL SCHINDLER JUDY SCHOEN Tr1H1Y Stcretary Spanxsh Club Semor Booters Btble Club ROBERT E SCI-IOWE Football French Club H1Y Marclun Band Boys Clee Club Concert Cl1o1r RONNIE SCHULTZ Football Track Square Dance SANDRA LEE SCHULTZ Cheerleader Natlonal Honor SOCICIY Clrls State e Canto Concert Cbolr DORIS SCHUTTE DE Club Senxor Boosters Social Dance DRUCILLA SCOTT Senwr BOOQIGFQ .Iunlor Booster Trl H1 Y State Musto Contest FREDERICK A SCOTT Student Counc1l NELSON S SCOTT Concert Cho1r Ires1dent Debate Club Boys fee Club Square Dance Scholarshlp IN WILLIAM SCOTT Tumbllng Club .IACK SCULL H1 Y, Secretary Treasurer, Baseball, JV Basketball, .IUHIOT Exetutue FUIIIHIIIYCB, "Bachelor of the Year" o .-v1s'...g's , ,A S S v 1 .L 1, . IQ., ,, . ,, . S- - , L . ,- 'ss'1. -. 's 1 I. -. , s . Y. .U I . . ,. , ,QV - .- 1 . , . ' S . v 5 gy v efl, ' Z . U' ' . F , . ,t s L, - , 'y 2 , . , 7 . . ., , , ,Bl , , . . ., t s. .5 '-'- ' , , . . ., -. ,. , i Y, , x , - , , fl I . . , 1 1 soft, pale yellow MOLLIE JEAN SEELEY Photo raphy Club Entertd from 'Vlarshall County H1 h School Cunthersville Alabama CElNEY A PEARL SENN JCL Future 'Wurses Future Homemaker of the Year BARB ARA ANN SHIELDS FBLA BARBARA LEE SHIVEL FHA Senior Boosters BILL SHOFNER H1Y JCL Secretary Wranglers Secretary Hoosier Boys State Concert Cholr Student Councll JAN ICE ANN SHUCK Concert Choir Senior Boo ter Tr1 H1 Y Junior Actors Junior Boosters DAN SILLINCS MARY LEE SILVER National Honor Society Future Nurses Secretary R dio Semor Boosters JCL Commencement Committee NIOLLIE SINCLETON Senior Boo ter Art Club Student Council Social Dance Junior Boosters CLIFTON BARRY SWIITH Hoosier Boys State Band Bowlln Club H1Y Cross Country DENNY LEE SNIITH Band Bowlln Club Ba eball Mana DONALD LEO SNIITH Square Dance IRA WOODROW SMITH JCL Commencement Committee SAUNDRA LEE SMITH Social Dance Tri-Hi-Y Concert Choir Senior Boosters Junior Booster: Junior Actors DENNIS RAY SMITLEY MARILYN SNIDER Junior Boosters Senior Boosters GAA WILNIA MAE SINOOK Student Council Junior Executive Committee Concert Band.Cirl- State JCL CAA JAMES SPARKNIAN Football, Wrestling, Track, Student Theatre, Hi-Y ROY M. SPRIGLER VERALYN ANN STEVENS Junior Boosters, GAA KATHIE C. STRONG Tri-Hi-Y, Future Nurses, Senior Boosters, Intermediate Choir limb gr.-an for Class Day, VONDA MAE STRUBLE GAA FBLA Junlor Boosters .IULIUS M STUBBINS Track Cross Country RONNIE STUMBLER ROBERT LYNN STURGEON Concert Cholr Boys Glec Club MELVIN D SUTTON Co KENNY SWALLOW Sclence Club Spamsh Club Soclal Dance VICTOR E TACKETT Student Councll H Y Square Dance Rlfle Club Music Appreclatron DEAN TAYLOR Bowlmg Club NANCY TERRELL Square Dance ,Iunlor Boo ter Band Intermedlate Cholr Trl H1 Y JULIA M TERRY Square Dance Presldent Senlor Boosters Student Councxl STEVE THOM Football Wresthn VHYSIIYN Concert Cl1o1r ELIZABETH CARROLL THOMAS Bel Canto V1C6PTCSldCHI Class Day Committee Con cert Cholr Art Club Scbolarshlp N Tr1H1Y ,Iournahsm Club DE Club JCL Senior Boo ter FBLA .lunror Executive Councll SHIELA THOMAS French Club Future Nurses FBLA DE Club CAA Square Dance .I I' THOVIPSON Basketball Mana er JCL H1Y Senlor Executlve Com mlttee Co Ch urman Commencement COIIIIIIIIICF RONNIE THOMPSON ROBERT N THORN Boys Glee Club Pres1dent H1Y Concert Cholr Stu dent Councll LARRY .IAMES TISCHENDORF Band Drum Major Wranglers Chaplam H1Y Boys Glee Club Swlm Team Student Councll EDITH DOROTHY FOWNSEND Square Dance Trl H1 Y DE Club Blble Club SUE TREECE FBLA Sergeant at Arms FHA GAA JAMES 'VIICHEAL TRINKLE Rllle Club , , , , , . , , . , 1 lf ,L N - N . . 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I Class offlcers and faculty advlsors s0c1al1ze after a gruelmg SCSSIOH of decldmg sen1or day plans Members present for the meetlng were Tom HUlChlHSOH V108 pres1dent Bonn1e Wade pres1dent Mrs Kathryn Lutz faculty sponsor Carol Rlchert secretary Mr Delbert A Brown pr1nc1pal and Steve Roy treasurer KERRX FRUEBLOUD KEWNEIH A TULKER Frt lllIldIl Sw11111111n Qfllltlll' lllll N Se-mor ROI tr St.1r11pLlul1 H1 X www' MARTHA IO lllf KER Squart lltmft T11 H1Y Stutlcnt C0l1I'lC1l Cl1o1r Senlor Boo ttr JANIC E IEACH fl RBEVILLE utnt Lounul IIUY Boo tt I' 1I'l1 X l11 1 Sc lmlar lllll CH KRI ES W VANINIS 0 lte I ANA fl-IARLENE VERY Illlll' ll 41 tu llax 111111111 ,lllflllll U BONNIE WADE unmr and Scnlor Cla Pr sltltnt III H1 Y lr lf L rl State lNat1onal Honor South Junior ll 41 tu WlS'lA Bu 111: Nlana tr SHERRX KAY WAGLON ER .lumor Class Setretary Bel Canto Concert Cho1r Vars1ty Cheerleader Wlajorette Rddl0 FORREST JOE WALKER Freshman Football H1Y Bowlmg Club Pres1dent JERRY L WALKER Swlmmlng DAVID MICHAEL WALLS DONALD REED WALTER Concert Band Nlarchln Band Golf H1Y Track State NIus1c Conte t bl , .7 7 . l . 9 'V ' . . .Z l ' Q . 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'- , ' vs' lentg ' I 'V fl S, E Y ' S 1' - j, ' o s Vs, s 7 .W l . s' 'ss . g- '. 1 . .. . , V7 j, ' 5 - - , M , - 2 , , 1 , - I 1 I' , . , ' , . - S ' Baccalaureate, DENNIS WALTMAN DALE WALTS Square Dance H1 Y Senlor Boosters .IUDITH JOY WALTS Bel Canto .ICL Sen1or Boosters Soc1al Dance Future Nurses Square Dance .IUDY PAULINE WARDRIP Bel Canto CAA Concert Cl1o1r .IANET CAROI WATHEN CAA Square Dance Spanlsh Club BETTY LORIENE WEBER Bel Canto Presldent Concert Cholr Tr1H1Y French Club Sen1or Executwe Commlttee State MUSIC Contest SANDRA LEE WEICLEB Senlor Boosters FTA Trl H1 Y CARL WEISBACH BERNETTA WENNING ,lunlor Boosters Senlor Boosters FTA WANDA LEE WHITE BERNICE WHITIS B1ble Club Trl H1Y Chaplam Freshman Dramatlcs ANITA LOUISE WHITLOW Concert Cholr Bel Canto Speakers Class Day Com mlttee Chalrman Scholarshlp N Nat1onal Honor SOCIETY PAT WILLIAMS Senlor Boosters FBLA YVONNE WILLIAMS Bel Canto Speakers Flowers and Colors Commlttee All State Cllolr Concert Cholr Tr1 H1 Y JANET RAE WILLOUCHBH Trl H1 Y PATTI JEAN WILSON Scholarslup N Concert Band Wlarchlng Band SAM WILSON GENE WISE NIAN Cl1o1r Football Manager Varslty N Spanlsh Club Boys Clee Club H1 Y BONNIE JEAN WOLI' VISTA CHIZ WOLF Basketball Football Varslty N H1Y Wranglers Blot ter Sports Ed1tor Semor Executlve C0mmlll8C SUZANNE NIARIE WOLF 1'1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 ' ly ., ,. 1 1 1 "1 . . N . . 1 1 1 1" 1 1 1 "1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 .- , ,.. 1 1 1 ,A ' , ' - 1 ' Y 1 1 1 . ,. 1 1 1 1 '1 1 ' 1 1 and Graduation. LINDA LEAH WOLFE FBLA JOHN WOLPERT Football Manager, Varsity N CARLETON RAY WRIGHT Basketball, Baseball, Varsity N, Class Day Committee, Student Council, Hi-Y, VISTA, Sports Editor MADONNA KAY WRIGHT FBLA ALVIN E. YATES Rifle Club, Bowling Club, Hi-Y SAUNDRA LEE YING LING Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Square Dance GAYLE RAY YOUNG Freshman Dramatics, Junior Boosters, FTA, DE Club, Spanish Club, Class Day Committee VICKI JEAN ZAHN Art Club, President and Secretary, DE, Junior State and Local Historian, Senior Boosters, Junior Boosters, Candidate for ,IV Queen JOYCE LYNNE ZELLER Concert Band, JCL, Consul, Girls' State, National Honor Society, News Bureau, Editor, Quill and Scroll, JCL Gold Key Award KAREN K. ZELLER Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, Scholarship N, Blotter, Busi- ness Manager, National Honor Society SUZANNE ZELLER Bible Club Trl H1 Y Freshman Dramatics JIM ZOELLER Debate Club H1 Y JV Football GRADUATING SENIORS NOT PICTURED JAMES LEE ALSTOTT ALBERT ATCHLEY MIKE BELVY DEXTER COLLIER PHYLLIS ANN ELDRIDGE DAVID L FENWIFK CHARLES HANIILTON RONNIE MUELLER WILLIE CARROLL PEARSON STANFORD EDDIE PETTY MARTIN RUFF JAMES F SNYDER DUKE STRIEGEL SHARON SWAN CLARENCE A TENNEY BRUCE WHITE JAMES EMBRA WHITFIELD REBEKAH ANN WILTHERS 9 "v M v's ' f 'o if TQUZTVK.-ss,.-,,x Q .. will 44 'sb 1" ... . A ai X. K 'F' u ' x x ff Rmb i . , Barbara -Xdams Jane Adams Jlll Adams Bud Agnew Bob Akers Iona Anderson Joe Anderson Sherry Anshutz Cynthia Allen Becky Applegate 'VIaur1ce Archebald Judy Arnold Davld Atklns Robert Atwood Helena Badger Rosemary Baldauf Dlckxe Ball Robert Ballew Larry Balmer Charles Barley Julxa Barker Janet Barnett Steve Baron Dons Barth Warren Barth lns Bartle Bobby Barton Mary Ruth Bernardx Lellam Berryman Terry Bllbro Carolyn Bxsrnger Jerry Blackman Barbara Blaxr Janet Bohanon Edd1e Bollng Charlene Boman Wayne Boman 'Vlelvln Bnnebrake Pat Bomfer Julia Boone Dennis Bostock Norbert Bostock E C Bowling Polly Bradford Suzanne Braltlmg .Janne Brandenburg Henry Branham Roger Brevdlng Bull Brew-r Daud Brew r Zan Brrckey -knxta Brrggs Eldnra Brlght Larry Brock Becky Broun Ronnie Brown Patsy Bryant Judy Budd Marcella Bugbee Betty Burch Jim Burger Ralph Burgess Kenny Burkhart Mary Burrell Dick Burris Pat Byerley Janet Carter Mary Catullo Charles Chase .Judy Chxldrcss John Clark Forrest Cobb Donald Cohn Kay Cole Frank Colym Mlke Combs David Condra Lucy Conner Kenneth Corley Nhke Cornelius Joyce Crane Judy Crane Joyce Crecellus Dave Crumbo Sue Crump Jane Cumrmns Carol Cundxff Ronald Cunnmgham Barbara Curtns Joe Daily Morton Dale Marvxn Davis Ralph Davls Dottie DeLong Judy Dempster Jumors o A ' 5 A 5 B 1 Eddie Bline -ir.. if aww C81 1 -.4 '5- QE' +295 ff- gd' iw waist 'Ana iq.. BHP LAI Sue Denny Ronnle Detrlck Judy Deweese Douglas Dohoney E Kent Doughten me Bruce Drake Wtllxam Dunlop Kenneth Dunn Ruth Durbln Terry Eastrtdge Pat Eblesxsor Earl Eckhart .gn Kermlt Eckert 1 i tv fi fx W. v- wa' had L, A ci X90 yr...- flf-M 44h P' Q af' W vu vi -1 K, 'K .ww was "WY" or .Jim QW? ,uw Bxll Edelen Kathleen Edwards Don Ellenbrand .ferry Ellls Susan Ellsworth David Elmur Carolyn Elsler pa ar Don Elwanger Eddie Endres Becky Engle-man W N Bob l-.rdman Tempa Erganhrrght Dick Evans Carol Earnsley Dwight Farnsley Shirley Earnsley Sandy Fenwlck V. 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WH WC hd .Q at xv Q-nr fl .1- Q .1 3: .QW A 1 tr.-f' if if 5 v fu' we sr? mow we Ja., ,,.- me a"'2!2'!f vu' -HY X QQ s Try - v I QW ,Q ttt ,. L , kt yzqlu ' I l 7 -. A, W 'xg .V ' :V Z XLX ,Y . b . H, I if ' X M . 15" in ,h - K... H jg .,..,, K Y V T fa N 4, to to y yy u y A , yeyt. ' y .af-f1i4-.Q , T 'L we H 1 . . . . ,:.,: A - MT , in E,I-. ,E U l A H ,Q-,J ,,' 'V :T V I S ullil ii John Webb I 4 C v:,l , W an . . C Y 'll'f , -a" W , T C - 5 A V A no 't'A ' W ,C . ' . V V ?' 'fl zr' -I , 1 V -,a,.o . - 7' -gf' Q 5 5 ivz ,, . , 1 Q ,,., J ,Q 4 K nj I ,, .yt .C C at I 'lyl In I V li .ug , .. I I I Superintendent of Schools Mr. Glen Barkes is reading about the progress of education-his primary concern Capable leadership . . . SUPERINTENDENT Superintendent of schools Mr. Glen Barkes was appointed by mem- bers of the School Board to aid in setting up school policies. He took his present position fifteen years ago, and is working hard to keep the New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School System best in the state. The members of the School Board, Mr. Glenn Reisert, Dr. John Higgins, Mr. Clarence E. Rodgers, Mr. William A. Jackman, and Dr. John Paris, were appointed by the New Albany City Council and Mayor C. Pralle Erni. Currently serving as President is Dr. John Paris. The NAHS school plant now consists of four buildings, the main building, the Cora Martin Annex, the agriculture building, and the Mechanic Arts Building. The four classes are composed of 2,14-7 students, who are taught and guided by eighty teachers and ad- ministrators. School Board members Mr. Glenn Reisert, Dr. John Higgins, Mr. survey the architect's drawing of th ' ' h' h t b built Clarence E. Rodgers, Mr. William A. Jackman, and Dr. John Paris this year on Old Vincennes Road. e new Junior lg i 0 e of School Board and administrators . . . PRINCIPAL Mr. Delbert A. Brown, principal, joined the faculty of NAHS in 19416 as a mathematics and biology teacher ln 1951 he was appolnted pr1nc1pal and organized the first formal guidance and counsellng program Under hls direction many new courses have been added to the curriculum of the school The enroll ment has grown to a population of 2 14-7 students Mr Brown believes the program of NAHS suits the needs of every student for his future roles in the community and the natlon Mr Brown attended Indiana Unlverslty and Purdue Universlty ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL January 1943 Mr Fred Hochmelster came to NAHS to assume the duties of a slstant prlnclpal His School Silver Creek Hlgh School and Main Street and Sixth Street Junior High School He also taught mathematlcs at NAHS In addition to being treasurer of all extracurricular school funds he handles the accounts of 75 clubs and IS huslness manager of the athletic department Mr Hochmeister attended lndlana Unlversity and Oakland Colle e Oakland City Indiana to earn his teachm degrees Mr Delbert A Brown 1S preparing to sign one of the letters that lssue from hls office He has served NAHS thirteen years Money from a student actluty is being deposited ln the safe by Mr Fred Hochmelster He supervises expenditures from school organxzatlons 83 , . . . S . . . I . past duties were as principal of Charlestown High , . . , . . . . S' 3 g 7 . V, . , . . g U 1 plus collaboration of faculty 84 advisors MISS MARY .I AUGENSTEIN Enghsh WESLEY BALL Hlstory Soc1alStud1es MRS DOROTHY D BICKERS Sclence MRS VIRGINIA BIGGERSTAFF I' ROBERT BONSHIRE Engllsh .Iournahsm MISS RUTH BRAEUTIGAM Socxal Studles Soclal Psychology MRS MOLLY BUN DY Latln French Choral DITCCIOT MISS EVELYN COOPER Mathematxcs CHARLES DEAN Enghsh MISS ALMA FISCHER Safety Health HARLEY FRANCIS Drafting ALBERT GEHLBACH Prmtmg JOHN GIVENS B1ology EDMUND R GOERLITZ Socxal Studles HERMAN HARTMAN Busxness Educatxon FLOYD HENRY Physlcal Educatlon Flrst A1d Safety O . o 0 0 , At. ROBERT E. CARTER Aa , aided sfudenfs In gaming an educahon WILLIAM M HOFFMAN Buslness Educatlon ROBERT L HOLMES SOCl3.l Studres MISS MARY HORNUNG School Nurse MISS SUE HUGHES Physxcal Educatlon LOUIS S JENSEN SOCIBI Studles MRS MILDRED JOHNSON Home Economics MISS MARY KERR Spamsh Engllsh ROBERT KETZNER CHARLES LAMB Englrsh MRS IRMA D LAMBERT Mathematlcs MRS MARTHA LOPP Home Economlcs MRS KATHRYN LUTZ Busmess Education FORREST MCCAFFRY Socxal Studles MISS IESSIE MCCRACKEN Lxbrarlan MRS BETTYLEE MARQUIS Engllsh MRS LAURA MELLON Majhematlcs Latln Busmess Educatlon MISS MARIAN E MIDDLETON Lxbrarran o o o o o . - 1 I I . , . General Planning, Drafting L 5 . Y l Various educational faclhhes af NAHS M L MILTENBERGER Dlstrxbutxve Educatlon MISS MILASENT MITCHELL Soclal Studles MRS DOROTHY MOTSINGER Soclal Studles MISS KATHRYN MURRAY Home Economlcs MRS ANNA LEE MYERS Mathematxcs A F IELDER MYERS Dlrector of Instrumental MUSIC CHARLES E PURCELL Busmess Educatlon THOMAS E RECKERD Mathemaucs Electronlcs BURT O RICHMOND Soclal Studles German L S ROSE Bxology Chemlstry EMIL W ROSS Vocational Machine Shop MISS LEOTA RUSK Soclal Studxes MISS MURIEL V RYALL Engllsh STANLEY SAJKO Blology MRS MARCIA V SCOTT Soclal Studles MRS EVELYN SIMMS Enghsh Latm 0 o o . L 1 MISS ALICE MARY RANCK Latin . I 1 L, were put to use by teachers and students DAMON A SIMS Soclal Studles DELBERT SMITH Physics Mathematlcs KENNETH SMITH Mathematxcs NORMAN M SMITH Mathematlcs MISS .IUANITA SPENCER Engllsh ERWIN STEINKAMP B10I0 gy MISS EVA STEPHENSON Mathematlcs ALEX THOM Athletlc Dlrector PHILLIP H THRASHER Phys1calEducat1on Health I S LLETA TYLE JAMES R WARD Vocatlonal Agrlculture RICHARD WARDELL English THOMAS G WEATHERSTON Speech Enghsh MISS RUBY WELLS Mathematlcs MISS SHIRLEY ANN WELLS Enghsh Llbranan JAMES E WILLIAMS General Shop ROBERT L WILLMAN R8d1O AudxoV1sua1 M S O R English 87 Her sysfem of counseling was excellent Mr Nlarwn Oakes lVIr Stanlew Sajko and Mr Dorothw Motsxnger NAHS couneelor gne what to do after graduation advlce to Jumor Larry Haw kms ? 1. M155 Luclle Pane and 'Nlr Charlee Pratt prepare to malxe announcements from the PA room Studente ade are announced tl1ree daye a week 88 COUNSELORS Freelunan Couneelor 'Vlrs Doroths lVlots1nger guldes hret sear etudents through the maze of currlcular probleme 'Vlr Qtanlex Sajko jumor couneelor beglns the upper Claeemans search for the rlght college or em ploxment Vlr 'Vlarun Oakes d1rector of gu1dance and coun QGllI1g 1m1tee college couneelors and employ ers to the echool then alds each eemor 1n flndlng h1e choeen place 111 the world after graduatlon Deane Mlee Luclle Parle and Mr Charles Pratt eerse Ill a dleelplmars capaclty MISS Pane aleo 1S club Loorchnator and 'Nlr Pratt eponeors the Student COLlIlC1l O o ' ' , I 3 W,t- I L I. , . V . .Y ,G Y . ,, . . . . r , 1 . t , S. , , . .. S, , . , Supervisors directed school affairs ADMINISTRA TORS The Floyd County Consohdated Qchool Admmlstrators Mr Robert Byrn admmlstratlve asslstant to the superlntendent Mr Vernon McKown dlrector of audlo usual educatlon M Davld McCooe dlrector of health safety and physlcal educa tlon and Mr Prentlce Flsher dlrector of wocatlonal and adult educatlon head several programs at lNAHS Mr Bs rn compxles attendance reports heads the 3512 O00 000 lnsurance program and operates the school te tlng program Mr McKoWn IQ responslble for better teachlng through the use of alds such as fllms radlo broadcasts and educatlonal tele v1s1on The phx slcal educatlon program and the school safety patrol are superv1sed by Mr 'VIcCooe Mr F1 her heads the VOC3t1OHHl classes at Georgetown and New Albam 1,-A 'sv W0 Mamtenance Superusor Mr Kexth Shock pomts to NAHS on map of the Floyd Counts School Sy tem Q6I'V1CCd by h1s taff Mr Vernon McK0wn dlrector of aud10v1sual educatlon Mr Robert adult educatlon and Mr DHWld WlcCooe physleal education co ordl Byrn admmlstratlve asslstant Mr Prentice Fisher vocatlonal and nator survey the varlous chool systems of lndlana -1, 89 o o , Q AV, t.L, .fn , . c, i ni? 3 f 'g . ,EY L A egg! In A 5 sf, I 'E' . f .1 ' P 3 Y . . . f tf , Z J y . - M M -1 - ' sg . 1 - f -fs - - 1 A rf V 51.2.o,1'v A . ' , . -' g r. 1 V G N . , . , . - E f at 1 v n I . XB h 1 r . . , ' . . , H rt .av f M - T '. fs D K . z .to 'V V ' ,V 'f Le v 9 ' 6' R ' . . - s' . ' ' . I V ',.1,N..,L.u.f . . . . - Sa " . . ' ' W ' s: Q ' A . . . . 's 'T . ' fff I L . Y. I . , . a 1' s , . " ' s . 1 S - f y 5 ' :J VM-+.fA ,' I I . ' W 17.5, 1 . W M 'Y F lr, as f 7 y 1 s 1, 1- . ' ffl , ,,. Busy assistants helped administration and . . . Mrs Marle Elsman Mrs Ahce Trudeau and Mlss Jane Cutler secretarles take t1me out from thelr routme dutles to smlle for our photographer MISQ Mary Homung fxlls out freshman records of TB patch tests and physlcal exammatrons 90 ASSISTANTS Helplng hands at NAHS are the secretarles 1n the mam offlee Mlss Jane Cutler secretary to Mr Brown Mrs Allce Trudeau ecretary to Mr Hochmelster and Mrs Mane Elsman secretary 1n the general 0ff1CC work n1ne hours every school day They also work durlng the summer months and on Another asslstant Reglstered lNurse Mlss Mary Hornung can be found IH the fllI1lC every school day She and her student asslstants g1VC first a1d and emergency treatment to Ellllng NAHS cltlzens ln addltlon to her SpCCl3llZCd Work M125 Hornung sponsors the Future Nurses Club The Cl1I'1lC strives to keep the cltlzens of New Albany Hlgh healthy through educatlon lVl6CllC3l records of all students are kept ln the clinic H . ,, . . . . ' .V , V V ' 3 . . Q Y . ' . , t I . N , . , Y . . 7 . V Saturdays to assist the faculty members and students. . C. , s l V cooks served grade "A" lunches fo 1200 CAFETERIA -ri Approximately 1.200 students. faculty members. mainten- ance personnel. and school administrators are served daily in the NAHS cafeteria. The cafeteria workersfcooks and bakers --plan a well-balanced meal for the persons using its facilities. Dishes are dried. checks are added. and trays are Carried by students who earn the cost of their lunches. Early in the morning, 7:30 a.m., the cafeteria staff begins their work of preparing salads. baking cakes, and cooking vegetables and meats. The early schedule is necessary so that food will be ready for serving at 11:00 a.m., the beginning of the lunch period. K mm P All menus are planned by Miss Alinfla Wicltiian. cafeteria manager. ,I Calling a grocery wholesaler. Miss Alinda Widman also dictates the order to her secretary Mrs. .leanette Morgan. 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In the annual Christlnas C0llf't'I'l the "NfXHS sinuinf' S if Slirnltefl 'Wlerrx clllI'lSllllilSl-. as Ihex mn llllllllllll Ihr 'iisles of the 'lllflllHl'lllIll. Sl1l'I'HlllllliIlQl the piwnu. they sung' rn 4"l'l1e1'f-'S No Clirislnius l,ilw ll llnme Clirislniasf' "Und lies panist was Larry liiwwk. ticipatefl in the morning flevotions. A fi-w nf the lmnys gutlu-r 'lfllllllll the piano to vrunn u simple inn-lmlx. School spirit and good citizenship . . . Rau' It Jani:-1 .lnnm--. lluxiil R1-ynulilf. Glennie Yvifclmn. Huh Thnrn, Cary I.:-iigvxt. lldry Wvalllvuuni. Nivk l'aulin. llaxiil 'l'hnrn. llene Wvi-4 limlily Sxsullk. lluximl lillfllll. Dull- Fam-. Fainniy Fliallera David man. Run' fi: 'llmni llalvlm. Hairy K:-ith. Stew ilomlwiri. .luv White. l'lnl Kling:-r. Ron' 2: l.11r1'y Him-k. llnn1il4l liie-mil. 'fini Fnxter. :Klan King. Lmwii. Ni-lwn Si-nrt. Mlnvli lleuzlitt. Ft:-wart Boaz. and Twin Ke-lli-I 98 listen to the harmonizing uf the Boys' Glee Clulm. illr. Ye Nlerry Gentlemen." and "joy tn the W'm'lfl." The zu-m-mn- During the Christmas Season the Boys' Clee Clulv par- Row I: Richard Nevins, Mike Self. Delores Stephens. Carol Badger, dock. Hilda Cundiff, Joanne Davis, Pat Campbell, Stella Wate, Lavenia Violet Wilson, Betty Snook. Genie Zahnd, Nlareella Parson, Carrol Russell. Row 3: Sondra Samples, Marlene Seharrer, Judy Crayden. Phipps, Russel Jones. Ron' 2: Susi Woodruff, Irene Sams, Martha Mary Conrad, Bob Vest, Ronnie Johnson, Cary Wade, Sandy Wiggs, Hurst, Carolyn lleleher, Darlene Sprigler, l.inda Blaek, Sandra Mur- Nyoka Humphress, Joyce Cruse, Judy Sweet, Judy Jenn. grew from an active cIub participation. MUSIC APPRECIATION Nlellowelli Mendelssohn. XXJZUIIICI'-flll you have any ques- tions about them? The members of Mrs. Laura YleIlon's Xlusie Appreeiation Club could give you the answers. During the club meetings the freshman and sophomore members listened to all types of music' from elassieal to rock 'n' roll. As a bonus for joining: the Columbia Ref-ord Club members reeeiyed three reeords. Officers for the year were: Sandra Wiggs. presidentg Bob Vest, vice-presidentg Joyee Cruse, treasurerg Hilda Cundiff and Randy Juryard, sergeants-at-armsg and Gary Wade, program chairman. Members of the Music Appreciation Club gather around to hear a new record of Strauss waltzes just purchased. 99 DANCE CLUB t'May l have this dance?7' is the question often asked during meetings of the Social Dance Club. If a freshman or sophomore student doesnlt know how to dance. he shouldn't be discouraged. He can join Mrs. Doro- thy Bickeris club every Tuesday to learn the fundamentals of terpsichore. The jitterbug, waltz. fox trot. rhumba. and mambo are the ballroom dances demonstrated by Mr. Bill Lee Weber of Weber Studios. Members dined and danced to their favorite records at an informal dance which ended the yearis activities. While teaching a new step, Mr. Bill Lee Weber gives pointers to me-mb:-rs of the Dance Club. Clubs brought students closer together . . . Row 1: Joycc Archibald, Dianne Fisher, Judy Ruoff, Phyllis Schupert,-Carol Phipps, Nlenges, Glenda Jarnngin. Row 3: Don Jeffrey, Chcslcr Hughes, Ronnie Howard, Mary Jordan, Jane! Bostock. Rau' 2: Mrs. Dorothy Bickcrs, sponsor, Carolyn Paulin, Stanley Carroll. lhrol-l Mifflin, Bud Swank, Jar-k Mn-Laughlin. Gary Brook, Cninn Marcella Rakes, Shirley Shrcwsberry, Betty Chaney, Judy Sillings, Judy Meyer, Careen Dnxlv. IOO Row 1: Pat Eblesisor, David Roth, Pat Borden, Linda Lilly, Shirley Barnes, Janet Hopper, Dorothy Stone, Beth Fishback, Glenda Jarnigan, Betty McCutcheon, Judy Alexander, Vicki Sage, Sandy Summers, Letty Zipp, Joan Cook. Row 2: Tina Swan, Marcia Singleton, Nancy Smith, Thelma VanWinkle, Jerry Jones, Hazel Baird, Jean Alexander, Jane Alexander, Myrtle Wooten, Judy Huck, Nancy Stell, Kay Justice, Addie Hatcher, Beverly Payton. Raw 3: Patty McCutcheon, Rosalind Sweeny, Doris Perkins, June Kincaid, Kathleen Edwards, Flossie Young, Dorothy Baker, Ray Wimp Jim Endress, Wilton Lamb, Herb Lane, John Burger, James Alstott, Don Smith Row 4: John McClanahan, Leo Mullens, William Brown, Dan Evinger, Ted Hubler David Grangier, David Cox, Tom Hunt, Larry Agan, Larry Baumer, Glen Perkins John Kirk, Jim Burger, Jerry Stokes, Ronnie Rice, Bob Dawson, Lance Byrd. they were the fun part of school days SQUARE DANCE iiloearning to square dance isn't easy, but itis fun for the learnersli' said club Sponsors Mrs. Dorothy Motsinger and Mr. Damon Sims. Scene of the weekly Square Dance Club meetings was the NAHS gym. Dancers had a Hswingingi' time, finding square dancing active fun as well as a good way to meet new people. Square dancers whirled their partners to dance steps of foreign folk origin as well as standard American folk tunes -iiAlahama Jubilee." uBill Baileyf' i'Hurry Hurryf, and 'iDip and Divef' "Swing your partner!" called Mrs. Motsinger to this square. IOI ,af- .S-2' Row I: Katie Mills, Millie Hampton. Phyllis Lipsvy. Sliicla Tliulnas, xlilflllil Tlinrnas, lJl'Yt'I'ly Wliittingliill. ,Juanita Puryie. Bwnnie Nimitgoim-ry. Rau' 2: Judy' SI. Clair. Pat Uwvn. Carol Mcxauglitfm. Sue 'llI'L't'L't'. Bally' Marr, Cr-ci,-lia llurdin. llillie Nolan. Carwlyn Owen. Row 3: Judy' Cahro, Juanita R1-as, Janis Nh-Nutt. Judy' Schulz. Yunda Struble. Mfarilyn Lynch, Leilani Berryman. Rau' -I: Edward Lowe-Ili, Juan Haier, Pat Xvillidllli James Loyd, Don Ashly. Doris Robinson. Jamcs Jcffcr, Mr. llliarlvs E. Purcell. sponsor. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS A-?' 4'Wzv try' tu dewlup 1-mnpvtmit luusinvss ll'llllf'I'SllilJ in Stliclr-rits Selling Qlwllifillf 211 L1 llmllf' 51111110 ilT"'D1'fi5 R"lliIl' as well as c-ncuurage their inte-re-st in thi- lwusincss fieldf' said son. Jams MCNUII. and Helly Marr. Liistiriilvrs are NI Cy I I V. I, I H Q 1 Larry' Robe-rts and Sonny' Clillialt. A r' ' mr eb un 9 ' 'lllllhllr' Activities tliruuglmul lllf' year inrludvd thc- sale uf NAHS Souvenir l'USllill!lS and ilu' IJfl'!4t'IllLlliHIl uf ilu' Ylllli.lllliSg1lXlIlg ' 1 , fi' and Christmas baskets to nw-dy' families. ,I ,fr Menmlmers alsu aitvnclcd ilu- statv 1-niiwiitiml. April 10 and ff .' ' A ll. in Munviv. indiana. lluring lllv imiiwliticvrl tllc mCmli6rS f' I competed in the slatv-wicle sp:-lling wnitcsl. Y . . . . . 4 ,ff Members agree Ilia! lliv il1'llYlllPS llLlYt' aide-cl greatly m 'T' '94 2 givinff them an undm-ritandinff uf luuQin0-Q icerg are Duris R liinsin. '-Siu' 1 L '- . "L--mrvsid' L Xi if 'mpton. 1 laliuity' -lf'n : . '1 A air-r, -. u -1 , ir ia " f Sf rfftliryg .I c 'l'r-vu-. 5- 4 x -L -.V 5. BIBLE CLUB "Baa, Baa. Black Sheep" was entered in the hiennial home- eoming parade hy the Bihle Cluh. At Thanlcsgiving, Christmas, and lfaster. the Bible Cluh mvmhers sponsored the pre-school devotional services. A Christmas party was held at the home of Beverly Whittinghill during the holiday s. :X picnic at the end of the svllool year coneluclefl the Bilmle Cluhis activities. 'lihe early part of the Old Testanient ancl the great men and woinen of thc- Bilmle were stucliecl during the Cluh meetings. Uffiu-rs in picture top right are: Linclu Smith. sn-crvtary: Sharon Hasor, historiang Cary J.u-nlfi. president: Charles liAllIl1'I'LlIl. historian: and ,luanita Puryis. trvasurm-r, "Exploring: tht- Old 'llestamenti' are Bonnie filoritgminery, Jo Ann Rusk, and Sponsor Miss Mary Augenstein. i i 1 835 ff' Row 1: Bonnie Montgonlery. ,Io Ann Rusk. Carolyn Wallis. June Reynolds. Beverly Whittinghill. Linda xlflfllllllll. Phyllis Hoon. Jua- nita Pllryis. Richard Kates. Sherry Dt-lin. R010 2: Ili-atrire Ledfnrd Sanders. Clara Host- Haesely. Barbara Jefferson, Wanda Bailey. Linda 1.54 1-' . Smith. Jann- Sprin Lean. Ruth llnrlni llraws. Cary Jaw Rivharel llolin. Fha is? X- 5 E c' 4:7 kle, Donna Wt-igleb. Gloria Ralston. lin-nda Mac- n, Row 3: Doris Perkins. Larrell Miller. Nnrnmn thi. ,laek Daily. Larry liivllvrt. Ft:-xe MeCaff4-rty. I'HIl Rasrrr. .lllfly Wi-lls. IO3 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA NpXll5 lfuluri- l'iHI'Illl'I'S of Xmf-rica has ralm-nl in tlw lop ten llltllilllil vliaplcrs aml rw-1-ixe-ml a Ilillltrllilllf superior rui- ing for ilu-ir outstamling work. The lmys were also rv- cipielits of tllf' liiglily voxvtr-ml Colrl Elllllltxlll .-Xuurml for lwst Vllillllvl' zlvlixitin-s. llirouf'l1o11l Ilia' xc-'rr iulllt' of llie' vluln pimp-f'ls llll'lllll1'Il .. 1 . tllf- raising aiml selling of ilrrrstmas trees aml llw planting of sew-rr avr:-s of iolwaf-ui. Nlelrilwls mlistrilvutf-ml safety paniplilc-ts to motorists prior to tlle Kleniorial llay wecliclirl. The April l'z1l'vrii-Suri liZlII1Illt'i lielpecl to zuwlrlairlt parents ssilli lll4'lI'SUIIN-l1l'Ujt'VlS. President Mike Garrison listens to suggestions from fellow club members about the tobacco project. 'N Li l K i Rau' 1: Alxin Lang. Melvin lk-in-lr. Bob Xlvllriirv. Paul Mitchell. Walter Te-rr:-ll, ,lorry Bei-lit. Wvaryne Davis. Buflfly llrtterson, John Lonnie Plrilpolt. Kenna-Ili llunn. Larry NI:-yi-r. Row 2: Holm Conrad. Tlromas. Run' 15 Xlr, jimw, Wlml. xlikl. qrgllrri-uri. Jimmy Marston. I1-0 l'rrrtlu-r. ,luv llfillllhllll. 5I1'H' lhrync. ,llllllllly Rl'lllll'Il. ,lim Zlllllill- Stow- Rvzrrilorr. ll.ui4l llurriott. .Xlforal Spalding. lurry llolwrsori, liolr gcr. lion N11-lluirm-. Huy Strif-gel. Rau' ff: ,lvrri Hi-ml, lfraink lloss, Idluyd, IO4 Rau' l: ill:-nda Nlillm-r. Laura Rn-Q-, Lnana I.UWE'll, Susan Manning, Nc:-ly, ,lnycv Criswe-ll. Rau' 3: Addilf Hatch:-r: Dillu Mx?Caffrey, Phyllis Judy Nl:-ngm-5. Mary llizm-ll, I.nrl-atlnl llanvt. Sul- Parks, ,lanvt Moore. Hickman. Sharon Jenn-S. Cynthia Hxvlunan. Sharon Miller. Lynn Sim- Rou' Z: Mary Frarnw-s H4-zy. ,ludy X. lludd, llnnnim- ,Ivan McCoy, Glenda nctt. Namni linrlu-nln-nn. lh-ris liaxh-r. ljvwrely LllfIOIl. Carol llnrn. llaign- llrnwn. ,lam-I llLlllt'I'lllt'l. Eldnra Bright, Peggy FUTURE HOMEMAKERS "ln lvrmimll- a gruning llfJlJl4t'l'lLlll4JIl in lnnna- and Ulbllllllll- nity" is tht- nnvsl lnllmrlanl ul lln- Q-ight purposes nf the lfnturf- llnnwlnalu-rs nf .-Xrnvriva Clulr. llns past yn-ar thc- !I1f'lIllN'I'S and the-n' sponsor. Nlrs. Nlar- tlla lmpp. partie-ipalf-fl in tln- furrnal initiatinn at the- fhneri- f-an lmginn llull. llislrivt nn-m-ting- in Nlartinsvillv during: Ylm-nmlwr. and in Sale-nn. Xlarvln ll. uf-re attended hy se-x4-ral ul lln- l' ll X lIll'llIlN'l'S. Une- lu-e-lx during xlilI'4'll is rlvsignatc-fl as l'lll:X we-1-li. whvn tlw vlnlm xlsils lnnnvs. allvnds I'llllI'4'll. and performs a dif- fer:-11t ar-livily f'il1'll day. l'l2lSlf'l' e-gas worn dyed by thc- club and rllstrllnllr-ml lu lhv re-Iardc-d vhilrlrvn at ,lust-ph Rauch Nle-nmrial Svlnml. 9-I l Officers arc: Glenda Miller. sn-crvtaryg Sharon jones. publicityg Lynn Stinnet. xice--pre-side-nt: Judy Budd, song lm-adm-rg Glenda Corn, his- torian: Eldora Bright, parliann-ntarian. Seated are Laura Rose, treas- urer. and Cynthia I4llL'lilllL1I1. pre-sidcnt. I05 ROW I-' J" A1111 Rusk- MUSUU Slime- Julia Ann BOUND- Susan Heck, Sandy Miller. Shelby ,lean ihTCKt'fIil3I1. R01L'.2.' Miss Mary C. Hornung. Sitlmll I-711I1l'lCflfClS0f, Ellvfl HLICFIPL CUfUl!'I'l Wallis. .lune Cochran, Mary I.:-e Silver. Pat tjamlnell, Sherry Ansliutz. Becky Wiltliers, BNN' Jggvk: R010 25 Sue CFUYUIL GCHCW SHUI- 5UZiiYUlC Bflliilillgi Beverly Freilierger. Barbara Rutledge. Sandy Ross. Betty Crump. Marv Sherry bmith. Janie Baker, Mary Anne Houghton, Patsy Hartman, Frances Dodgcl Ellen Hue-rtel, Shelby MeKeehan. Sherry Anshutz, Mary Lee Silver, serve as officers. FUTURE NURSES '4Magic with Newspapers." occupational therapy project of the Future Nurses Club. was a lesson in newsprint pillow- niaking. The girls were learning one aspect of mental hygiene. Miss Mary llornung sponsored the vlulmls trips to various hospitals and schools of nursing throughout the year. The girls attended the capping ceremonies at Norton Memorial Infirmary and St. Anthonyis Hospital. The members traveled to ,leffersonville for a spring party with the Future Nurses Club of .leffersonville High School. Prior to the Christmas holidays. officers were installed in the Minerva Room. Sandy Miller und Kathy Strong. Memlmers of FNA encourage Deanna Hays to join tln- Mtirel1ofDi1iie's. FUTURE TEACHERS Glen Barkes Chapter. Futura' Teac-lic-rs of America, is open to anyone who is interested in teaching as a vocation. Wfwo purposes of the cluh are to interest students in hecoming teach- ers and to cultivate qualities of leadership. character. and scholarship among students." said Mr. Charles Lamh. sponsor. Conventions attended by members this year were the Fall Convention at Indianapolis and the FTA Southern Area Convention at Indianapolis. Speakers for the year included Mr. Marvin Oakes. Mr. Delbert Brown. Mr. Colvin Rippy. and Mr. C. E. Hutchinson. Row I: Penny Reas, Martha Payton, Ann Mann, Pat Jaynes, Patsy Jordan, Mary Prenatt. Row 2: Dotty Joslin, Letty Zipp, Clara Wright, Shelia Miller, Bernetta Wenning, Betty Still, Linda Stocksdale. Row 3: Becky Moss, Pauline Lewellen, Barbara Haas, Shirley Ann Batman, 1 Officers are secretary, Shirley McCutchang vice-president, Shiela Millerg president, Penny Reasg and treasurer, Velva Box. Judy Purlee, Susie Miller, Anita Roberts, Becky Davis, Edna Sneed, Sandy Caple. Row 4: Linda Roby, Judy Struble, Terry Bohannon, John Holz, Marguerette Haendiges, Martha Eckhart, Joyce Harpe, Mr. Charles Lamb, sponsor. IO7 Row I: Clara Ann Walker. Sondra Wether. Judy Donahue. Sharon Riley. Jane Cummins. ,Ioanne Belcher. Virginia Landers. Glenda Hiller. Row 2: Phyllis White. Beth Fishhack, Gayle Robert. Roma Ahel, Chris Eadcns. Judy Purlee. France Mason. Brenda Nolan. Sue llam- lner. Row 3: Mrs. Holly Bundy. Martha Dicrking. Brenda Jordan, X7 l. v .Ali Sandra Fess. Maureen Rohinson. Doris Robinson. Bettv Wlelwer Kitt' . - Y Ferguson. liarlbara Adams. Mike Wlillitnns. Ron' -I: llave Schroder J. T. lircecc. James Dodd. Buck Scltowe, Harold Mifflin. Charley Hessl Frank Colvin. l.ec Purlee. Ken Fritz. FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais. or circle of France, meets every Tuesday in Sponsor Mrs. Molly Bundyis room. Through the study of France and its people. the cluli tnemhers have come to appre- ciate the French culture and language. Activities of the clulm included Fete de Rois or Feast of the Kings. a Christmas celelmration. and Marche aux Puces or flea market. which is similar to a white elephant sale. Speakers from the community and films and exhibits from the Educational Division of the French Fnilnassy were heard and viewed lay tlt0IIllDf'f5 of the French Clulm. In Dicture at toll left: Honored as Kin: and Queen of the "Feast of the Kingsv are Buck Scliowc and Judy l'urlce. as Frank ffolxin .incl Barbara Cum stand in waiting, I After -ehool. .lutly llonahue. exeeutixe eonnnitlee tllt'IlllN'l'. and officers llarlrara lilllll. secretary: Frank Colxin. president: gather around the steps to tllsl'l1ss elulv l-usines-. SPANISH nAdlante Siempre Adlantef, motto of the Spanish Club, means onward ever onward, and describes the relations of the club with our Latin American neighbors. During the club meetings the members watched films and studied projects involving customs of Spain and l,atin America. ln Marcli the l.atin American Dinner Party, a banquet of all Spanish foods from appetizers to desserts, was held at the Chile Bowl Restaurant in Louisville. The club concluded its activities in the spring with initiation into the Spanish National llonor Society. All students who made an "Aw during three semesters of Spanish were initiated during the candlelight service. Officers am- Donnie Nluellcr, treasurer: Susan Blake, corresponding secrc taryg Sherry Oakes. sim--president: Clnarlotte Moser. prosidentg Shire Romero. recording secretary. Ron' I: Nliss Nlolly K1-rr. l,awni.1 lin-sell. Slllittlll llartmun. Yiole wun an au ne uno Rau J karen N an dean Nlunn. ,lo liro-lry. ,Indy N-ho:-n. Shirley lionlvro. Susie' lllake mlvm 1 1 on Ron 'Nlmller Kenm Sw Ron' 2: ,lunct Watha-n. ffzirol Benn:-tl. llarlene Newton. Linda Miller ow tu ea L Ninn a L Connie Ro Donna hill hh Wilson. l'1'a11u's Rea-or. lxurlwaru llaxis, bay lloda-nlwnrle-r. Wilma 4 lam dion 1 is 1 1 Xlfgllllii Nlvtiillocll. Nlur'guret Hog.-r. ,lanir-e lfhilflre-ss. Gayle- Rf-af-h allott 2 l 1 1 I A 4 i F 5 I , 1 1 Clockwise: Mike Jones, Bill Stainper, We-ndall Kiss 'X IM940 Ip, S-1,4 ling, Alice Arganhright, Betty Snook, Evelyn Crantz, Robert Hollanhaugh, and Buddy St. Clair. 4-.-.. -,, JOURNALISM "Buy a prograinlu shouted memhers of the Journalism Club at all lmzrsketlmall and fUUllJZlllgEill18S. The priniarv 1-lulm project is the editing of athletic: programs. The ine-inhers niust write to all New Alhanv Bulldog opponents at least one month in advance of the contest for necessary information: r-opy. page layouts, and page proofs must he prepared for printing hy the NAHS print shop. The journalism Cluh is for interested frm-Slnnan and sopho- more Studi-nts vvho wish to learn ahout vvriting and printing puhlic-ations said the Sponsor. Mr. liohert Bonshire. AI top: Mark Johnson. Bill Stgimper, Buddy SI. Cluir, and Alive Argan- liriglit Clleelx thi- filing I'kllllIll'l for past Blotters. At b0Il0lII.' Betty Snoolv vsutclie- over Evelyn Crantz and Boll llollanlhauflli as they examine the Vista lay-out hook. PHOTOGRAPHY 'Say cheesew is the official command of the camera elickers of Mr. Delbert Smith's Photography Club. One project of the club was ordering Eastman Kodak prize f , y pictures and displaying them in the art window. The members l also sponsored the school wide photo contest. Cash prizes were awarded the winners. New Albany High School photographic equipment and the dark room are available to students who are members of the Photography Club. Members take pictures and then develop them in the darkroom during club period. Working in the darkroom are officers Kenny Hartfield, secretaryg David Reynolds, treasurerg Larry Hawkins, presidentg Jerry Miller, vice-president. Row 1.' ,lack McNaughton, .Lorraine Nantz, Pat Eblesisor, Phyllis Peters, David Reynolds. Row 3: Earl R. Eckhart, Gary Keith, Sloan Nanfl, Helena, Badger, A401116 Jean Seeley, Ken Hartfield. Row 2: Marsh, Jerry Miller, John Frisbie, Carroll Pearson, Larry Hawkins. David Lee Staser, Johnny Wilburn, Charles Prechtel, Phil Neely, Larry DEBATE CLUB '4Coing Steadyi' and "Cheating on Testsv were current topics debated during regular meetings of the Debate Cluh. Other topics for intramural debating were "Testing of Nu- clear lveaponsfi and the "Supreme Court Decision on Integration." To train members to think on their feet, to fight with words, and to know parliamentary procedure are the aims of Mr. Wesley' Ball, sponsor. Throughout the year, varsity debates were held with Male, St. Xavier, and Washington lligh Schools. Eleven IItCII1lPt'l'S attended the Purdue Debate Conference, December T, at Lafayette, lndiana. Members debate the subject "The English Educational System Should Be Adopted in the United States" during a club meeting. Row 1. Nancy Shine, Jane Sprinkle, Sarah Sarles, Sue Denny, Wanda Park, Larry Rim-lnfrt, Don Cohn. ,lim Fowler, Terry Weaver. Row 3: BIOWD. Gimlt' Walker- DOHUH Roedefef, Judy Leach, D0l0reS Wagner, Carl Conte. Charles Harrell, Robert Shroyer, Steve Baron, David Vera Clay. Row 2: Kent Doughten, Wesley' Nave, Mike Rollins, .lack Allen, Ron Derrick, Larry Hamm, Dave Schroder. II2 Row I: Joe Walker Steve Goodwin, ,lim Loyd, Gerald Lamb, Bill Larry Rodgers, Dave Clere, Jack Dalton, Jim Fisher, Bucky Lanning Baker, Bill Hodges. ,Row 2: Bill Kidd, Dave Reynolds, Ray Knight. Harvey Scribner, llarry Smith. jerry Hines. Row 4: Dave Aebersold Bob Youngblood, Clarence Tenny, Roger Breeding. Arliss Miller. Jerry Bill Wiilliamson. Dan Rush. Fred Jewell. Dean Taylor, Carl Wloods Bye, Bob Holderman, Dan Neidig. Rout 3: Steve Baron, Roy Brandt. Tom Holton, Jerry Deuser, Melvin Romans. BOWLING Ry forming a league of eight teams. five members to a team. members of the Rowling Club bowled weekly at the Pearl and Oak Lanes. ln the spring the annual banquet was held at the Colonial Manor. Nlr. Nlike Hoffman. sponsor. was presented with a gift. and a trophy was given to the member with the highest bowling average. Trophies were also presented to individual members of the two highest scoring teams. 'llhe presiding officers at the Wlednesday afternoon meet- ings were president. jerry llines: vice-president. Joe Vllalker: secretary. Roy Rrandt: and treasurer. Barry Smith. isplaying his form. Joe Walker is getting ready to bowl the ba H3 R010 1 B0lJby MIHICT Sam B0rdCIl John Doughty Donna Kay Brown Dosch Vickie Brown Susan Wylie Helen Reschke Peggy Ross Mitzi Judy Jacobi Judi Stout Sandy Harrison Donna Roberts Row 2 Sisk Juanlta Banet Row 4 Johnny Burger Gary Wolf Tim Foster Martha Roberts V1ck1 Belden Becky Robison Pat Zlpp Judy Allen ,lim Roberts Bllly Caple Gloria Ashton David Klmger Betty .lo McCutcheon Gllda Bailey Row 3 Lynne Corbin Susan II4 FRESHMAN DRAMA TICS Llttle Red School House a play was presented by the Freshman Dramatlcs Club for the student body In addition peilence in acting and stabe production 'lloney for the production of the play was made by candy sales When club business was not being conducted the members and sponsor Miss Ann Wells partieipated 1n xarlous games A popular Dame of the dramatlsts were eharades At Christmas the members donated money to buy blfts for the ICQlClCI1IQ of the llloyl County Home Freshman Dranmtics members act out lines f Llttle Red School Hou e : . '. , , I v y ' , ' ' , ' , , ' , ' I , . , ' -, . I , . f , , y , D , . , , , , , , - , . : , cc ' 19 Y 7 X' 7 7 to entertaining the students, the Club members gained ex- .' I ' . ' U U , ' . Af V . Y . U . t. , , ' ' . 0' ' ' . . L V U. V I 4 1 ' . . ,, . ' ' ' . ' Q " U A H D . Row 1.' Judy johnson. Janice Shuck. Carrol Morlen. Margaret Hard- esty. llorotliy 'l'ownscnd. June Fulk:-rson, ,lunc Fulkerson, Vicki Hahn. Sharon Nlillcnhergcr. Jo.-Xnn Mcllutchan, Pam Vvolfe. Dwala Funk. How 2: Carol liohannon. Martha Tucker. Sharon Fulkerson. Sandy Dru Klet-r. Phyllis Mitchell. Janet Willougrlilmy. Janice Turlieville. Scott. Maureen Robinson. Mary Ellen Pease. Row 3: Elya Caniphell, ALPHA TRI-HI-Y Alpha Tri-Hi-Yis Bachelor of the Year dance was the first of a purported annual event. The dance was held in the llazelwood Junior High School gym. President Bonnie Wade crowned Jack Scull 1959 liachelor of the year. Meznhers served their community lwy arranging food baskets for needy families during the holidays. Spring activities included a lVlother-Daughter Banquet at Colonial Manor. and a treasure-hunt picnic for inemliers and their dates. New officers were installed at the lmanquet, and the Merit Award was presented to the outstanding inernher. .lack Scull smiles proudly as he ruciycs thc title, "Bachelor of the Year." Nancy Terrell, Barbara Frakes. Barbara Miller, Virginia Varlvle, Sandy House. Karen Umlareit, Jan Kirk, Faye Gibson, Lynn Phelps. Donna Stone. Marilyn Schrnitzer. Row 4: Bonnie Wadcv. Karen Harmon, Judy Knoolm. .lanive Allen. Deanna Speedy. Delrose Montgoniery, Martha Lieber. Cynthia Hays. Judy Gehring, Sandra Curtis, Karen Zeller. Carolyn Jensen. Janet Barnett, Janet Brooks. lI5 ALPHA BETA TRI-HI-Y A-Xfte-r the Alpha Beta Tri-Hi-Y ice skating party. Donna Miller entertained thc members with a Christmas party at her hmne-. 'lihvre thu lllt'2IllPt'I'S fliiIlt't'tl antl playful 11-c'nr'flS. .-Xlsu during the CllI'lSllIl2lS lmlifluys the girls with help fruni the vluh spmisur. Nlifs juyve Knight. clonatetl fuutl anfl arrangzetl baskets for the neefly families of New Albany. January 29 the 'liri-lli-Y initiation veremuny was hold at Culbertson Avenue Baptist Church, and all new members Wi :A A were inrluctecl. Fullowirigz the incluvtion refreshments were ' - in-5 served to members anfl parents. "Nw ' X If-3 President Linda Skinner presents Sandy Morton with her "white elephant." u- Row I: Maxine Ahliut, Dianne Fischer, Edwina Potts, Pain Waggener, Pa! Powell, Aultman, Carul Keith, Sheryl Davidson, Darlene Newton, Meryl Davidson, Sue Sandy Xl-vrtmi, Yi-:kie Merrill. Run 2: Nikki Durbin, Jean Cummins, Betty McCutcheun, Schull, Rim- -1: Dunn Whitt-, Pamela Shallers, Judy Barmure, Dianne Vfolfc, Gloria Nurs' J- Biflill, Milf? JUHC PCWYUYI, Donna HUEhC5, KGYUH Haul-P. Diana Adllmi- Ashton, Becky Harman, Gerry Wilson, Susan W'ylic, Donna Miller, Vicki Brown. Run- 3: B.irh.ir.i limvivmri, l.tn4la Skinner, Mary Frances lliuig-f, Gloria Blake, Linda I I6 C7 4: Row I: ,leanetta Mitchell. Phyllis Schmitt, Iona Anderson. Kitty Carol Cundiff. Judy DeW'eese. Row 3: Mrs. flohnson, Beverly Vullan- Kelley. Susan Ellsworth, Barbara Curtis, Bonnie Jonas. Row 2: Janet dingliuni, Iris liurtle. Brenda Mureuin, Doris Perkins, Linda Mills, Wtilttxr, Brenda MacLean. Sharon Wiarren, Diane lloes, Judy King, Doris Barth, Beverly Rouek. SENIOR TRI-Hl-Y "Youth .M-tivities in Cerniuny" was the title of a talk hy Nr. Karl Moll. given to the girls of Senior 'liri-Hi-Y. At another meeting Miss Lueile Paris. llean of Girls. showed slides of her lfuropeun trip to Xlrs. Klildred johnson s eluh. A fashion eounselor from a downtown clothes shop talked to the memlmers about the latest stxles. During some of the . t meetings the girls played eharades. niusieal quizzes. and other games. "Outside,' activities included a roller skating party and work on their homeeoining parade float "Alix-e in Wlonder- land." int' tu- i ,. .A Preparing to view Miss Lucile Paris's slides are Bonnie Jonas. secre- taryg Doris Barth. devotionsg Miss Paris. Diane Boes. treu-urerg Linda Mills, viee-presidentg und iludy King. president. II7 k ff 1 Row 1 Sarah Hmton Pat Hanley Jamce Ogden Vlrglnla Landers Zan Brlckey Janlce Blalr Ehnor Hines Llnda Crady Row 3 Juletta Beverly Very Sherry Drumb Shemn Hall Barbara Txmberlake Budd Penny Shea Carolyn Raymer Shlrley Jones Peggy Martln Raw 2 Vlrglnla Manley Melva Oates Donna Brooks Ann Paulsen Kay Carroll Arlene Nale Ruth Mlll10H Sue M1lll0H OMEGA TRI HI Y Monthly VIQIIS were made by the members of Omega Trl H1 X to the FTHIICIS Joseph Rauch Memor1al School The glrls played games mth the chlldren and then served refreshments The freshman ophomore Jumor and semor Omega members sponsored bv NTIQS Olleta Tyler donated money to the March of Dlmes and prepared a Christmas basket for a needy famllx ln January the club actluty was an ICE skatmg party at the Loulsvllle Armory 1U February the formal 1n1t1at1on was held at Spark Cafeter1a Presldent Ann Paulsen d1str1butes whlte elephant sale g1flS to club members as Melva Oakes HSSISIS ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 - u - J . Q . . 1 - 2 1 , , V v C , - , . S . its , l 5 llf' I: Brenda Nolan, Ruth Durlmin, JoAnn Johnston, ,lerry Clark, ton, Martha Hughes, Deanna Murphy, Penny Byerley, Terry Harrison, rol Colulm, Carrol Morln-n, Darlene Murphy, Barbara Carr, Peggy Lynda C8I'lIllClilt', Yvonne liallcw. ,lim Trcecc, Eddie Silver, Janice lruax, Paula Allen, Mike- lloatll. 1601021 llalms Vaughn, Carol Caesar, McNutt. Row -I: Bob Dawson, Toni Copler, ,lim Potter, Richard Nlirgarm-t Yates, Patsy Larhvril. .lunct Slniw-I, Velra Scipcl, Sue Mc- Posley. Charles Cll8SC, .ludy Arnold. Sue Colby, SUI? Mdrltl. DPITOSC arvn, Vicki Zahn, Judy Sparks, l'at liyerlcy. Row 3: Mollie Single- lkIOYlfg0Illl,'I'Y, D011 Kidd. ART CLUB Prizes for the most original. funniest, and prettiest costumes were awarded at the Art Clulfs annual Halloween party. Decorating the school in harmony with seasonal spirits, the Art Club members contributed their talents during Christ- mas with the help of Mrs. Virginia Biggerstaff, sponsor. The basketball queen was crowned at the 4'Cotton Candy Caperf, Art Clulfs circus theme dance. Spring came to New Albany. and the members and guests of the Art Cluh attended the annual picnic, the last activity of the year. Az mp: Adam and Eve. Rag Dolls, and Romeo and .luliet wear the prize winning: costumes at Halloween. bottom: Wini Brooks was crowned queen at the gala decorated "Cotton Candy Caper." ,f II9 Bob Rippy, presidentg Don Baldwin, vice-presidentg Victor Tackett, treasurer, and .lack Scull, secretary, stand on the steps of the Cora Martin Annex after adjournment of a meeting. SENIOR HI-Y 'Three Blind Mitten was the' float entered in the home- coming parade under sponsorship of Senior Hi-Y. In season, the boys sold football and basketball decals bearing team schedulesg they also sold 'cSchool Dazew memory books to the student body. Sponsored by Mr. Stanley Sajko, the boys worked down- town for the March of Dimes. The spring picnic at Spring Mill State Park was for members and their dates, but the February swimming party at Hazelwood was for members only. Senior Hi-Y'ers participated in panel discussions and viewed films during the weekly meeting in room A-l. Ron' I: Gene Hutchens. Don Walter, Dick Tresenriter, Tommy Jolly, Tackett. Row 3: Dale VValts, Eddie Boling, Morris Wezler, Alvin ,lack Thompson, Harry Flanigun, Ken Hurtficld, Barry Volz. Row 2: Yates. Bill Dunlop, Jolm Frisbie, Phil Neely, David Brewer. Row 4 Don Baldwin, Vic Slusser. Steve Yeager. J. F. Thompson, Eddie Ron Detrick, Dennis Bostock. Bill Jackson, Jack Scull, Bob Baker Endrx-s, Roger Breeding, Norbert Bostuck. Ted Mcfiurdy, Victor ,lack Cook, Bob Rippy, John Holz, Barry Smith. I20 Row 1: Bernie McGrady, Walter Overton. Lynn Owen, Ralph Dooley, Allen Blackburn. Nick Paulin, Bob Akers, J. T. Breece, John Martin, Larry Tischendorf, Bill Shofner, Lewis Wilson, Bob Thorn. Row 2: Bo Vllolfe. Row 4: Tony Borski, Dale Stepro, Jack Scull. John Wolpcrt, Ralph Burgess, Charley Reisert, Charley Miller, Jerry Ollis, Steve Larry Schad, Chiz Wolf, Don McAfee, Bob Speedy, John Cousin. Roy, Darrell Nash. Carl Naville. Row 3: Jim Miller, Bill' Brewer, SIGMA HI-Y Sigma Hi-Y, organized for junior and senior boys, awarded a 3525.00 scholarship to a deserving graduating member. The boys also contributed to the World Youth Fund and the March of Dimes. Sponsored by Mr. Floyd Henry, Sigma members had their annual initiation at Duffyis Restaurant. In March they gave a swimming party at the Hazlewood Junior High pool. The spring activity was a picnic at Binford Park for members and guests. During club meetings the boys viewed basketball and football films. They also played host to various speakers from the faculty and community. Officers are Allen Blackburn, secretaryg Jack Scull, treasurerg Larry Schad, sergeant-at-armsg Charley Reisert, vice-presidentg and Chiz Wolf, president. l2I 'Bi' f' 'K I . 1 2 5., Q na, 6 sf 5 it ' 4 as X f 'sf' lx it gi .5 Q . ,. ,'-all L . yi, M ix. af, if fi K' 'rfsllm Rou 1 Mike Cobb Jim Hardesty Terry Eiler David Curts Irwin Burley Sweeney, Clarence Townsend. Row 3: Don Parks, Tony Feiock, Mueller Datld .liimSS CHSPSI' FC10Ck RlCllard Strlcgel R010 2 ICO David Lucas, Welmlyie Harraway, Mike' Douglas. Jerry Young. Emmett Wiullens Dennis Fach David Arnold Norman Tabler Cliarlc Oliver Merrill. Bob Sumnof, B013 ljuggh- FRESHMAN Hl-Y Ushering for all of the basketball games was one of the activities sponsored by the Freshman Hi-Y. They also helped in collecting money for the March of Dimes. Freshman Hi-Y presented "Rapunzel" as their homecoming float. They also gave Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets to needy families. The club had several programs featuring outside speakers. Mr. Damon Sims' boys also viewed sports films and partici- pated in group discussions. Freshman lli-Y held a swimming party at the llazelwood ,lunior High pool. Row 1 Dale Ettel Jim Smith Richard Casey Lenny Hou hland Billy Arnold Jim Clay Bill Townsend Leon Stiller Row 2 Larry Cook Dennis Renshaw 'VIelv1n Jensen Gary Moore Tom Copler Roy Davis FRESHMAN HI-Y Wlriting a constitution was the main artivity of the newly organized Freshman Hi-Y. The members also worked on the homecoming float. g'l,ittle Bo Peepf' An evening activity of Mr. Louis Jensenis club was a swimming party at Hazelwood Junior High School. A Christmas party was enjoyed by the boys during club. The vluh was divided into different groups at the heginning of the school year. lfach week a different group entertained the cluh members hy showing films and providing speakers. Officers are: vice-president, Dale Ettelg treasurer, Richard Caseyg sergeant- at-arms. Larry Paris: secretary. Billy Arnoldg and president, Sam Asberry. Allen Hudson Jimmy Jackson William Fentres Row 3 'Vhchael Fry Johnson Sam Asberrv Mike Harper nm Carter Larry Paris Dale Miller Collins Tom Winn Dick Monroe -Q25 was D! QQ- 4 ' E f 5 Row 1: Connie Summers, Carol Ashby, Diana Fisher, Nancy Weldon, Patti Wilson, Kaye Longest. Row 3: Miss Sue Hughes, Pat Applegate, Helen Coffman. Phyllis Moon, Joan Plummer, Linda Jo Belle, Marcella Sarah Sarles, Judy Struble, Diana Leist, Ginny Walk:-r, Veralyn Parson. Ron' 2: Annabelle Johnson, JoAnn Johnston, Judy Corbett, Stevens. Sharon Jane Foster, Jane Adams, Judy Leach. l.intla lilavk. Karen Marx, Ann Adams, Meryl Davidson, Pat Kirlt, r..-1' GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Interested in girls, sports. the members of the Girls' Athletic Association organize teams and compete in such games as basketball. volleyball. badminton, table tennis, and softball. Tournaments are held at the end of the year: winning teams are presented with trophies or letter NNT is. Scholarship prerequisite for CAA membership is a 2.0 average. ln February the informal initiation was held on the stage of the auditorium. A March swimming party was held at the Hazelwood Junior High pool. Miss Sue Hughes sponsored the girls' spring picnic at Shawnee Park. At top: Putting the ball back in play are some of the members of the girls' sports clubs. GAA officers are. seated: Patti Wilson. presidentg Karen Marx, vice- president. and Linda lilac-li, secretary. Standing: Jani- Adams, treasurerg and Sports Managers Sarah Sarles. Sharon .lane Foster. and Judy I.t'Llt'll. liinnxn nn- if Q t . ., . - V 1 . .. .. . . Q. . . I I .ft Row I: Jerry Brown. Richie Burres. Bruce Bundy, lloh Holderman, Jody Murphy, Eric Feiock, Danny Marsh, Tom Wolfe, Boll Money, Lawrcncc Mann. Row 2: Ronnie Young, llo W'olfe. llill Bline. Bill llaumann. Sonny Wrigxht. Ronnie Yarbrough, Tony Ft-iock, Bob Ran- dolph, Larry Hawkins. Curl Contc. Row 3: Holm Singh-ton, Don Travis, VARSITY N "Buy a Bulldog hook coverw was the plea of the Varsity me-mln-rs during the winter months. The cluh sold the book covers. which provided protection to school hooks. at ten cents apiece. From the profits received. the cluh placed more athletic pictures at the entrance to the gymnasium. Varsity N participated in the charity drives and prepared a Christmas haslcet. They also held their annual Sectional Sock Hop and Varsity N picnic. An important project of the cluh was the awarding of a S100 scholarship to a member on class day. Prerequisite for membership is a varsity letter earned in a major sport. Melvin lionclmrakc, Steve Thom, Paul Rolmerts, Steve Roy, Eddie llline, Bolt Hooker. le-rry Miller. Ronnie Adams. Row 4: Bill Hafncr. Wlilliam Treat. Roh Meyer, Clliz Yvolf. Don Mcifce. .lim Daily. ,lohn Wollvert, Larry St'llllll. Hoy Brandt, Ronnie Kirk. Jim Hartfield. "Little Miss Muffctf' sponsored hy Varsity N. placed second in the 1958 homecoming parade. Little Susan Klinstiver posed as tht- main character throughout the rain-soaked day. ite- 1 af.. fa,,..,. iff. I H U V fhjilfii was wr- X 4 Herman LaDuke and Patrick Phillips prepare to show a film. Larry Cruhc. W'arren Turner. Patrick Phillips, Torn Robertson, Johnny Canter. and John Smith watch while llaxid Phillips spliCf's a roll of film. PRO Title- "vu-s aml earsu of New :Xlhany wry appropriate-ly coulfl ho ggiwn to the auflio-visual operators of the PRO Clulm. linclvr the flirection of Nlr. llolwert Willmaii. the Projvvlor ami llaflio Opvrators vlulr fulfilled all rvquosts for use- uf auflio-xisual vquipmf-nl in the- viii' of Yi-w Al- liauy. as wa-ll as at NAHS. The hasiv qualification for memhcrship is an interost in electronim-s. anfl thc- Cancliclate must lin a sophomore, Eavh aspiraut sviwes an apprentic-c'sl1ip of two years aftor whivh limo hm' zuiloinatif-ally lu-voim-s a siaff nimnhor of mluva- tional rmlio station XYNAXS in the- 1'apar'ity of announvz-r aml migiiim-i'. H111 RUlJCI'iNOI1. Wurrcn 'liurm-r. and lliuiml Phillips are on one of their usual trips lu -liow in film. I- a 1 'Y' ' Row I: Tvxnplv M. Sarlt-s, Edgar Policy Jr., Nick Holz, Lawrence Tut-kt-r, Gary Juvolli, Alun King. xvillilllll F1'r1Ir1'SH. Ffvll Wl1fI1f'l'U'- Munn. Ste-vm' Olsen, David Cantrell. Row 2: Phil Kemp, Kenneth STAMP CLUB Opportunity to exchange stamps and Coins was available to Hr. Norman SIlllil1lS Stamp Club. Throughout the year IIlCII1l70l'S clerivecl geographical and historical Value from stamp ancl voin auctions and from reports on collections. Hy buying: stamps ancl coins from outsicle sources, the Club poolecl a reservoir of them, some unusual and rare. Mem- bers then could purvhase stamps and Coins for personal coll:-vtimis at less Cost than on the open market. Speakers frequently brought their knowledge of stamps and coins to the philatelists anrl numisznatists. Club members Phil Kemp, Fred Warneke, Lawrence Mann, and Nick Holz look over one of the club's stamp albums. I27 Row 1.' Phil Linne, Arlene Nale, Nancy Shine, Leilani Berryman, McCutcheon, Allan Stewart. Row 3: Erwin Steinkamp, James Rudolph, Martha Lieber, Frank Fenwick, Ben Blackiston. Row 2: Ralph Burgess, Dan Eiringer, Harvey Scribner, Charles Chase, Leon King, Blair Lynn Miller, Loran Lopp, Richard White, Dennis Perkins, Dennis Rexroth, Louis Marlow, ,lim Kron. SCIENCE CLUB Field trips to study the science facilities of various colleges and universities were taken by members of the Science Club. Mr. Erwin Steinkamp, sponsor, said that a trip to Hanover College was for the study of the geology department. Members participated in the local Science Fair, an annual event, as well as in the regional fair at Indiana University. Projects submitted by Science Club members to the local Science Fair ranged from a scale model of a flying saucer to an experiment to determine the effect of smoke on mice. Mr, Erwin Steinkamp supervises Harvey Scribner, sergeant-at-armsg Dennis McCutcheon, presidentg and Lynn Miller, vice-president, as they observe bacteria through a microscope. Zeta Chi's float survived the rain and provided glamour to the 1959 homecoming parade. Row I: Sharon Ginkins. Martha Nix. Donna Jones. Mary Ann Parrott. Janet Tribbev. Carolyn Adam. Lenora Griesinger. Rita Beanhlossom. Row 2: Sharon Reynolds. Judy Jones. Kay Neely. Carol Thompson. Jeanie Heuser. Wilmadean Mann. .lovce Jenkins. ZETA CHI TRI-HI-Y Philosophies of various religions were discussed luv Zeta Chi Tri-Hi-Y freshman and sophomore girls. Other topics of discussion aired hy Mrs. lrma l,Ell1ll1E'I'l.S clulw were dating. proper wearing apparel. and choosing friends. An induction for incoming freshmen and rededication for sophomore memlmers vvas held at Trinity Nlethodist Church in January. Also in january. memlmer Carolyn .-Xdani traveled to indianapolis with another Tri-lli-Y memher. linda Skin- ner. to represent New Alluaiiy lligh School at the Youth Rally Convention. Rau' 3: Doris Richert. Carleton Carbrough. Joan Jackson. Peggy Ross. Barbara Barger. Betty Baker. Karen Xlenges. Judy Menges. Mrs. Irma Lambert. I29 v l STUDENT THEATRE "The llatclnnakerfi introduced to XNHF through theatre-in-the- round. was cast and produced hy Student Theatre ineinhers. Following "Matchmaker" the dralnatists wrote. produced. and played in the Christmas miniature musical, "Cinderella" The troupe presented sixteen performances of 'Cinderellauz two in the Christmas Concert and four- teen at local elementary schools. Howard Park Christian Church sponsored. and Student Theatre or- ganized, a production of "Anne Frank." to henefit the devastated Nlill- town Christian Church. The players were also theatre-goers: they saw "The Nlusie Nlann at the Taft Theatre in Cincinnati and attended four plays at the li. of l.. Playhouse. Holi llaker. l.uey Canter. .ludy Arnold. and Dixie sher unwrap the hread used in the production 4'The Diary of .Xnne l"rank." Ron' I: Phyllis Haney. Mickey Minshall, Mary Pat Murphy. Ann .Terry Weaver. R014' 3: ,Terry Schleicher. Toni lialvlw. jack Cook. l,i1lllNt'Il. Nlelya Oates. Susan Feioek. linda llailey. Mr, Henry Janice Neely. .lane Sinnnon. Mary Mason. ,ltillll Urayson. ,lint nowles, Ron' 2: Dayid Xloss. liolrert Baker. Sheldon Jennings. 5parknian. lrank ilolyin. Darlene Hassett. I.uey Canter. Dick Tresenriter. Mr. I3O JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Olympic Games, a festival of athletic contests in honor of the Roman god Jupiter, are celebrated each year by memhers of the Junior Classical League. After making sacrifices to the ancient gods. Latin students compete in foot races. discus throwing. javelin hurling. and other contests. The Roman Banquet and Saturnalia were also occasions for mirth and merriment. Bliss Alice Ranck and Nlrs. Evelyn Simms. JCL sponsors, this year organized the first Latin Yveek at NAH5. The local chapter played host to thc 1959 state convention and was in charge of sending lndiana voting delegates to the national conclave. Darlene Boardman, Wilma Snook, David Allen, and Lynne Zeller reminiscc about the good times they have had in JCL as four year members. Slaves to he purchased at the slave auction gather at one end of the arena before the bidding begins. Proceeds first Latin week at NAHS. garnered were used for the I3I N lfi Q A, BULLD , . . 5. XII' In-iiwlt Ilwlm-N I-I"-11:11--x If: N lwffllw' lung nf Il1-.1rI- .lun H4115 lll'I'l.lfN lllx 1-rwmxm mul vllxlvllv- ln- IHXIIILL ttlll xtlnl thx- m'w1'wl1.1Iim1. r y u LLINI lull! IIIII lwuw. '-Vlqllf' lmrlvx l.itIlr- luppyu ual- ilu' vnlry nf S1'Ilil in tllm- ll1lIlll'1'1lIIlillgL pulaulw. ,-V., ,N +1 ,, inxu4l1- llmv Iiv-ni-f11u1f'w11l'l. .1 pw-gw xv--Nil-11. I32 Ultllllg Hu- lump and IIIJNVHI. lln- vllm-1lv4141f'xN xml! im tln If mm In SENIOR BOOSTERS '4Give me an NJN screamed the Senior Boosters and varsity cheerleaders, practicing the new yell. Hflive me an A. give me an H, give me an Sli, Besides new yells, the Boosters introduced red and black mittens, and. at tournament time, shakers. Junior and senior boys bordered the block HN7' during the Regional and Semi-final. '4King of Heartsu Jim Daily was crowned at thc annual Booster sponsored Valentine dance. Jimis coronation was at S. Ellen Jones School. Other candidates were seniors Chiz Vvolf, Tom Hutchinson. Nelson Scott. Bill Shofner. junior David Crumbo. The officers of Senior Boosters, Janet Brooks, vice-president, Portia Dieck- 'mann, secretaryg Brenda Brewer, president, and Sharon Fulkerson, treasurer, take a breather. Row 1: W. Brown, C. Bohannon, S. BIcClaren, B. Hogue, P. Dieckmann, B. Brewer, J. Brooks, S. Fulkerson, C. Jensen, S. Miller, C. Cobb J. Brown. Row 2: S. Weigleb, B. Wenning, L. Very, J. Shuck, M. Kemple, D. Murphy, J. Johnson, M. Singleton, S. Miller, K. Strong, M. Snider A. Burres. Row 3: P. Jaynes, S. Miller, M. Tucker, K. Zeller, J. Knoob, B. Wade, J. Turbeville, J. Waits, L. Canter, S. McCutchan, S. Caple C. Mosier. Row 4: P. Carlnickle, S. Abbott, M. Lieber, J. Terry, M. Bugbee, S. Curtis, S. Smith, J. Neely, D. Hassett, S. Blake, J. Maier, P Eberle. Row 5: L. Bailey, L. Mills, J. Emmett, P. Williams, S. Payne, A. Sappenfield, D. Scott, B. Belcher, J. Budd, K. Carter, G. Keach, P Roberts. Row 6: S. Miller, J. Childress, E. Campbell, J. Schoen, D. Weigleb, M. Silver, P. Bonifer, P. Cory, P. Byerley, S. Jefferson, C. Ross, B Faith. Row 7: M. Bernardi, B. Clifton, J. Hartfield, P. Bradford, D. DeLong, J. Childress, K. Harmon. J. Peyton, S. Whittinghill, P. Wilson, P Owens, C. Bode-nbender. Row 8: E. Brown, B. Smith, D. House, J. Hampton, L. Stone, B. Blair, L. Lodde, S. Denny, T. Erganbright, J. Went zell, L. Thomas, S, Brattliug. Row 95 D, Barth, L, Stone, B, Jonas, D, Huth, Huebcl, M. Nunemacher, S. Miltenberger, V. Hahn, V. Varhle, W Snook, L. Connor, J. McCutcl1eon. Row 10: B. McLean, E. Roscoe, P. Reas, J. Fulkerson, B. Engleman, J. Cvehring, J. Fulkerson, J. Brandenburg C. Bowman, B. Brown, M. Bugbee, J. Carter. Row ll: P. Hosea, J. Barnett, K. Weber, M. Fessel, B. Benbrook, O. Foster, D. Jones, P. Timber gkcizghii Warren, B. Miller. Row 12: G. Kent, V. Sage, D. Jewell, S. Staniford, B. Short, P. Ang, M. Payton, J. Fish, P. Borden, T. Petty . 1 ips. 1 ,IV Que:-n Judy BLlI'II10l'C was escorted by Mike Douglas. Hr-r l'UllI'I and escorts wcrc Pam Wvaggoncr, Jim Dickman. BLIIRLJZIIU Yaughn. Mikel Price. Cary Lungest. Cami Ceasur. Sam Aslwrly. and Urvmla Short. Cruwn bearer was Daw H:-nrx. RON' I: Bmcrly SIICIIUFI' and Linda Skinner. R016 2: Cynthia Ruth DOH, and Janet Sllivcl. Thv vxvcutive fmluluitlvv madf I'ulIu-mux. Carol llarwar. and Yrflru Svipcl. Ron' 3: Jan plans for thc JY Sm-k HUP, 7 J Illllmlaaml. l1re'n1Iu Fe-ipvl. Numy Xvllitluvk. IJIPIIQILI Short. JUNIOR BOOSTERS J Lvsing "The Old Wloman Who Lived in the Shoei' as the theme for their float. Junior Boosters took first place in the homecoming parade. An enormous pink and red tissue paper shoe was the center of attraction. and Junior Boosters dressed as children trailed behind. Sponsored by Miss Marjorie Thomas and Mr. Stanley Sajko. the girls cheered the junior varsity teams on to victory and often substituted in the traditional Senior Booster block HNF Judy Barmore, 1959 JV basketball queen. was crowned by Mr. Floyd Henry at the fifth annual JV Sock Hop. Spirits high, JV cheerleaders Barbara Vaughn, Beverly Spencer, Richard White, Judy Barmore, and Pam Waggoner prepare to yell. Row 1: P. Waggoner, B. Vaughn, B. Spencer, G. Kiser, D. Jones, L. Wisenian, N. Wright, A. Johnson, S. Longest, M. Anderson, C. Speth, J. Hubbard, A. Adams, J. Hubbard, M. Karnes. Row 2.' C. Turton, C. Caesar, R. Kirtley, N. Whitlock, W. Smith, B. Shipard, B. Noel, C. Clipp, V. Brown, B. Harper, C. Zahnd, S. Wiggs, D. Miller, C. McCurdy, R. Beanblossom. Row 3: C. Cox, J. Whitman, V. Seipel, N. Martin, C. Pol- hemus, B. Short, K. Goebel, S. Austin, E. Brown, D. Leist, M. Humphery, B. Seipel, J. Wright, K. Haub, D. Hamm. Row 4: J. Tribbey, D. Brown. S. Tucker, M. Keller, K. Longest, A. Karnes, N. Lee, N. Durbin, D. Martin, N. Humphress, D. Stephens, C. Badger, S. Epley, LF. Rhea, C. Thompson. Row 5: C. Adam, C. Eadens, J. Fetz, E. Voyles, S. Collins, J. Clifton, P. Gilland, F. Mason, M. Dempster, J. Cummins, N. Lone, S. Baker, JA. Sheets, K. McCurdy, A. Williams. Row 6: R. Phillips, B. Barger, S. Sloan, L. Aultman, J. Sparks, P. Sinkhorn, S. Staniford, G. Wilson, L. Longest, A. Scott, L. Jenkins,-C. Parsons, J. Ogden, D. Scott. Row 7: T. Petty, T. Stafford, D. White, B. Bembrook, R. Doll, K. Davis, J. Shivel, P. Borden, G. Gilley, T. Miller, D. Hughes, S. Burres, B. Harmon, C. Barmore, J. Fish. Row 8: R. White, B. Payton, N. Wester- field, R. Sparks, D. Sprigler, B. Johnson, L. Jeffer, D. Wolfe, M. J. Payton, P. White, C. Thomas, J. Corbett, J. Donahue, J. Smith. Row 9: J. Durbin, S. Kerber, B. Dolan, S. Bir, K. Mallory, B. Tinder, S. Smith, C. Klien, M. Hamilton, M. Summers, J. Barmore, L. Skinner, S. Wilson, B. Young, S. Sams. Row 10: S. Voyles, E. Young, J. Greer, P. Fetz, A. Cole, N. Weldon, L. Timberlake, S. Schultz, S. Evans. 35 'Nt Bel Canto nfflcer are tanclmg Carol Th0maQ XICG pre rdeut 'XIX ma Bughee pu w ll ltx SlllI'lPX Xll9Il erveqnt rt lrm 'Nllrkex Xllrwlrall tre-a urer Betts Weber pf61Clf3Ill Nancx Hotetler pubhcltx Bel Cantn mcmlrer Larulefl through the N XHH halls at Chrmtma trme ' S . S ' : ll'1" : f' V .S ,Q -z-z S: Sherry WYHgglYIl?I'. Svvrn-tar'y. Seated are S' : .Y ' S . ' ' '. A A 3 5 -I i C A ivy. 5 ' . I36 xii 4 wwf, . A 3 QS sg '40 A I ' iss 3, ' MM 1 3 A 1 ,Vw , tl 1, JY ,. X,,,,,, .f . Q--M, 4 :Q .. , , A, sas,- X A. M.. M , - ,, ' Y 4.-eW,,f. ,,,, A -. A"x5.n .W , ,W Q . ,,,,, 4 Lxwg, '-"fm 5' ,wdwvk 'www' Q x E , "" M' , 7 , W. E. V , A -'EZ Mi x f . . E X 'V 31,2 '3, Ja, 4 H if rf' s , j . I ' - .E-'31 ,QL Y sY5.'f. K 'ABQ x , ,fi Ak w , V ,V 5' ' ' , ffr.lL.1' .-,A 6' M' 1. 4- A ' Ag ' ' Qi? t hx . . 1 ., . , ' ' ' - k a ' , , ,rf ,V ' ' 5 X , A w S 'ww' " F' if 5.20 -"' jf.. r x fs 792 5 A Y V353 ' 0 JM' On! 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The lu., riinl nrgniiizaliniis mlm flclvaterl wlietlier women are sinmiinr tn men. Xlrs. llvttilw- Xlurquis. slnnisnr. aicleml llie girls in planning tln- liienniul lf'll fin- pn--mit anfl past mvmliers. .Q 4 1' 1 T -JW H ,gb ..-, Offieers nf Speakers for V438-59 were Rutli Nlillinn. si-i'i'etui'y: ,loan Cillev. Ii'ensure1': Flivrrx Maki-s. Xiu-vpn-siileiitz :mil lllninl Riclivrt. presiilent. i Run 1: fllarilyn l'nIt-. Nlivkfq Nlinsliall. Sandy Pl1t'lP9.AI1ll3 Wvliit- Rau' rl: Hrs. llvllylvr' Xluiqiiis. Nlurilyn Svlnnitxer. .lan Kirk. .lill lnw. Willa lfn-In-r. lrlmfilzi llliillips. Rnna Gaiiiutt. Ywmne Yvillianis. .-Mlanis. lane Siinrnnns. Xlary fllu-nn. Suv ifnllvp. .lnily llyer. 5l1e'1'i'y RUN' 2: .lfvan ilille-y. Myra lliw-iw. Ruth Million. Ann Paulsen. Judy Oakes. lie-ntim. file-lxu Oates. Susan Feinclq. Carolyn Elser. Sliaron Kendall. I39 6 fx Q 5 ? an M... ill 61 Il 1 1 P X ax 1 X I40 X Iidlillg th:-ir rivfwrv ut llu- zumuul Spvzlkvr-Wrangler Hauqum 'Nlikv llrnh. Vary 'Nluwx1ur1rl'l'mn Hullwu. Officers of Wranglers are Larry Tischendorf. Dave Crumho, Tom Myers. Charley Reisert. Chic Houghton. Allen Blackburn, Bill Shofner. and John Martin. Forming the traditional are Wrangler members John Martin, Tom Myers. Hike Groh. Tmn Holton. Chic Houghton. Mike Phillips. Larry Tischendorf. Larry Wilkins. Charley Miller, Charles Hughes, WRANGLERS lligh Fidelity Gastru emnnianded the Wrangler infantry to fire on all NA foes. then huild a bridge to victory for the Bulldogs. Marching to the WClllOIlCl Bogie' Nlarelif' the soldiers left the hattlefield of the Sectional pep session. The oldest elulm in New Allmany High School. Vlfranglers was organized in l9l0. Because the hogs are dedicated to the iniprmenient of speeeh. they sponsor the Wrangler Cup Contest for pulvlie speaking. The winning curator received an engraved eup. whieh has heen kept through the years in the truphy ease. Wlranglers and Speakers presented the Christmas program: they joined again in March for their annual hanquet. Charley Reisert. Vaughn Hankins. Allen Blackburn. Cliff Davis. Jacque Steyn, Mike Price. Bill Shofner, and Dave Crulnho. I4l Hou' 1: Mike Sage. l.vnn Kelley. Mike Bline. Jerry Smith. Eddie Bill Baumann. Eddie Bline. David Wiseman. Frank Fenwick. Glennis Pemllm-ton. Tom Denny. Phillip Overton. lion Eckerty. lim Wolfe. Jordan. Rau' PI: Harley Francis. Wayne Dunn. Dennis Feiock. ,lack Hike llc-ath. Henry liaurle. Role' 2: Donald Coney. Grady Wallace. Hinnm-lln-ln-r. Phil Wood. Blair Resroth. Stew Caller-. Charles Smith. Steve liovve. llorrlon Stanliield. N14-lvin Bonehrake. Vllilliam mine. Hitt-ll Byrne. llolr Hooker. Bill Brown. Roller! 5, Kvtzner. s RIFLE CLUB Rifle Cluh members are all eligible to try for positions Q on the Rifle team. They must shoot for National Rifle As- sof-iation and lVJll'C1'lHI' of Civilian Nlarkstnanship qualifica- t D tions. 1, lhll'll1llf'I'S held shoots at Thanksgiving and Christmastime V when they partivipatecl in shooting at luvk and skill targets. . Speakers visited Rifle Cluh Tuesday meetings and movies distributed luv "Ducks L-IlllIHlt6t'lu were shown. Selling candy to finance a special event was their money- making project. l'l'l1I' lvoys sh'-ot as at tf-inn at the rifle range- in thi- lfkin .Xu-nue Reerzfatioti lf:-nt'-r. xlI'.FI'ZiI1L'lN mat--lie-s as liolm llookt'x'slgltIs!l1C target. L Raw I Charlcm Nlallorx Barbara Bomcrmnn Dorothy Town entl 'Nlar arc! Harrlt tx Betsy Dcnnlsun Shlela Thomas Dons Schuttc Carol Cundxff Joyce Cundlff Linda Nlrfflm Darlene Nlurphy Rau 2 Nhclxa 'tllllcr Nlartha lhoma 'Nancx Harlt Klan Jo Naxlor Nlrckey lNunemacher Juanita Reas Glenda Jarnagm Janet Walter Connie epro Juzlx Knoob Joxcv. Harpt Num Zfnlxn R n 3 Nllke Lomba Jnn Jdltr 'Xlorlon Roman Nlarglc Perkms Nlarxlwn Lynch Beverly Xallandmgham Donna ouluer lxt lxobut na ru 1 ru -Jrnnan zxnna xx nnr- :nent inn J Xlr NI L Wlrltenbtrgnr larrx Hamm Butch Straw Namly Caple Janet Carter Tons acnn Lf-on S1 tott 1 e 4 z N an s arm Jtnnx Nmxtx on Ptrkxn John Wxlburn ,- DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION DlQlI'llJl.1llXC lcclucatlon Club IQ composed of Qtl1dCIll'4 enrollecl Ill the WSOI'klI'31I'l1Ilg DL roffram The-Qe Qluflents attend three or four clai-ea a flax then work for local flflflg The off1CerQ attended the October state COIHEIIUOII at lnd1anapol1Q and three other membera attended the DE Natlonal Comen t1on at Tacoma W'aQhmgton At Chr1QtmaQ DF held thelr annual Yule party and Ssmdow judgmg conteat In Mas they honored 21 graduatmg Qemorg at a homeconung for alumm chapterQ About lc 0 former DE Qtudents attended DE member- N1 ll ruth local emplower at the annual Emplower Emploue Banquet at Colonlal Nlanor I43 l l li -- ,'z ' X gli' C :',l:'l H .Dv 4ll.s,J K' a'l.l ' :. .,. . 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Charles Harrell, Sonny YVright, Sandy Huebcl, Kitty Ferguson, Jim Groshcidcr, Charlie R:-iscrt, Mike Prirc, Cary Longest, Wayne Dunn, Carol Bohannon, lrnrry I-'lt-ner, l'l.u'ry Kimi-. Ron' 5: Mike Groh, Jack Cook, Bryan Tnhler, Charles Hugh:-s, Stew lim-, John Grayson, Victor Tackctt, lfrctl Scott, Wlarrcii liiclulnls, Bill Stalker. llnlv 'l'horn. STUDENT COUNCIL V.- .. Q ' L-A .- - Representatives from each of 59 homerooms com- ' pose the NAHS student governing hody. the Student Council. Directed hy Miss Lucile Paris and Mr. Charles Pratt. the Council sponsored the homecoming parade. dance and bonfire. and planned the queen crowning ceremony. As a money-making project. the student legislators installed vending machines on the first floor. Profits were used by the Council to sponsor the state-final celebration dance. A local disc-jockey entertained from 4 12 to 3 pm. the day students were dismissed from school. The Student Council also sponsored 'the annual fresh- man-sophomore dance. 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Editor Susan Feiock writes copy' to be sent to the publisher before the last deadline, May 30. Susan must read each piece of copy before it is sent to the Taylor Publishing Co111pany'. I H, I49 'wt .Y . rn - 7 ' ill " ' - v Lt 3 JJ- 46 .24 Q 20 it il A5 4.41- :B Row 1: Sehowe, Knight, l'urt't-ll. Brandt. Heaxrin. Miller, Wt-nzler, Asherry, Rogers, Yarahrough. Row 2: Hafner, Flener, E. Feiock, Roy, T. Feioek. Randolph. Honey. Traits. Hawkins, Treat. Hou' 3: Clayeomh, Hartfield. Booker, Cummins, Longest, Agnew. Adams, Daily, Wolf, Richert. Row 1: Seltatl. Billtro. liorski. Detricli. Thom. Ftepro. Kirk. Hutchinson. and Cook. Tom Hutchinson catches a long, pass against Bosse. FOOTBALL NAHS fans prolvalwly Saw one of the finest teams in the gfriml history of New Allmany. The l'J5f3 Rullrlogs eompletefl a feat not likely to he repeated in another decade hy heating three Louis- ville schools. Valley. llanual. and Nlale. The only mat' on this reeorfl was a Single flefeat lwy Evansxille Tteitz. lil-0. Tl1e.attac'k was It-tl ln potent passing. a tough line. antl n xet- eran lmaeklieltl. The llullclogzs gainerl oxer lllttll yarcls ln aerials. This team eontrihutecl three tnen to the ranks of -Xll-State ancl two to All-Conference teams. The men were fulllivaeli Jerry Flener, quarterback ,lim Daily. and entl Tom Hutchinson. The Dogs enclefl their Season with El 'P-l reeorfl. ranking thircl in the f'0llln4'l'CtN'i' anrl seventh in the state. Tom Hutfliinsnn Javk Cook Roy Brandt La rry Rodgers if , ' I' .Q .Q-gif V Q Stew Thom Q--M Tony Borski Larry Fcllad Ronnie Adams Bob Erip Randolph Fflfffk i A Bob Schowe 'S "1 .Tc-my Firfnm' Ronnir' Kirk lv YV? Ir' im Bob Booker Daily Chix Wolf Steve Roy yun- ff' nf 3 If Nm 5, SEASON RECORD NAU, , H21 Valley , , NA ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,, 32 Bloomington NA ,,,,,,, , 12 Central ,,,,,, NA 39 Attucks H , 0 F. J. Beitz NA , -L1 Yinwnnvs , , NA ,,,,, ,, 52 Seymour ,, NA, , H W ,410 Bossa I NA ,,,,, H ,,,,, 19 Manuel , , ,. NA , , ,, ,, H13 Male , ,, o-captain Tom Hutchinson corifm-rs with ljoue-In Nlvffaffre-y on llc-fmsv slrutvgy Victory ride is given Coaches McCaffrey and Hoffman. Bob Randolph ducks head and gains yardage for Bulldogs. Victory! ll Q J.v. FoorBALL 4 . 1 s Tho junior iairsitx fi-otlmll teaiin. sporting ai 1-fl ref-orrl Q this svason. slioiwil great possihilities of str-ppingz in and M' l taking over wlivrv the graduating varsity If-ft off. The 1Y's hvgaii tho sf-asoii with a -Ill-13 loss to Fzilvinis Yar- sifty train. Gaining 0xpvi'ie'iii'v :intl mlvsirv. tho ,Ixus troliiiwvrl Cvntral of lmiiisxillv. 20-fi. Splitting with two othvr l,ouisvill0 swliools. first losing to Vale. 332-20. anil winning :it Nlanual. lf?-U. the .lvs again sliowecl powor. Thoi fflwml ont ai 26- 25 vif-tori mer Fexiiiour. The orratif' Dogs then lost to . , Q Trinity. lfl-fi. ainil vloswl tho si-iisoii with ai 255-U vii-tory ovvr Ruth-r. Coaches Stan Sajko anil Phil 'lhrsi-linr talk mer strategy at lialf-tiinv of a JY coritest. Ron' I: Hudson. Freiberger. Jackson. Foster. Probus. Sweeney. Ettel, Brooks. Hellman. Rou' 2: Coach Sajko, Harroway, Johnson. Clay, Hankins, Baxley. Wisdom. Smith. Coach Thrasher. Ron' 3: Flenor. Eisman. Gruhe. Kemp, Hughes, Miller. Thorn. Douglas. Paris. l54 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL The Xew Alhany freshman foothall team ended their season with a U-5 record. hut they showed much improve- ment by the end of the year. The opening game at Trinity saw the Bullpups losing. 19-0: at Flaget they lost 13-0. Hard luck was with the Pups at Seymour. even though Wayne Dunn made their first touchdown of the season. They lost the game hy a score of 113-6. The next game with Central saw the Pups losing hy a score of 13-2. In the season's final ganle with Vrovicienee. the Bull- pups lost. i3-lil. in a hard-fought game. Bernie Shallefs made lwoth touchdowns. This years freshman team was coached ln havkfield 1-oach Mr. Damon Sims and line coach Nlr. Kenneth Smith. Freshman quarterback Sam Shallers hands off to halfback Row I: Wynn, Johnson, Lester, Treece, Lynch, Cousins, Magness, Crosheider, Stalker. Row 2: Thomas, Garriott, Long, Roberts, Belcher W1 eman Streepy, W. Miller, Schickel, Feiock. Row 3: Coach Sims, Schad, Coney, Wenning, Stewart, Cream, Caple. Curts, Coach Smith Row 4 .lone managerg Black, Jollisant, J. Miller, Dunn. Dusch, Shallers, Walters, Amold. manager. EMU T is fail 3 Q B 3 53 6 ' an-1' QQ' Q? Rou' 1: Coach Givens and Manager Thompson. Rau' 2: Whitfield. Wright. Martin. Hutchinson. Daily, Lind. McAfee. White. Wolf. Adams. Hartfiehl Cousins. Chiz VVolf breaks through hoop as challenging motto of Finals looms in upper background. BASKETBALL The l951!-59 basketball team completed one of the finest rec- ords ever achieved under the realm of Coach John Givens. The Bulldogs won 21 and lost 5. won the Sl:XC championship. and reached the biggest goal. the State Finals at lndianapolis. During the regular season the Bulldogs non ll out of 18 games and had an fl-l record initbe 5l.XC. losing onb to Vincennes. ln Sectional play the Dogs defeated Borden '77-16. Proxidcnce Tl-60. and arch-rival Jeffersonxille 68-66. to take home the nets. During the Regional the Canines defeated Seymour. 05-57. and Shawsxsick. 65-50. In the Exansxille Semi-state the Dogs bought their tickets to the State Finals by defeating Tell City 58-50. and Odon T0-68. on two last-second shots by ldmbra Vifhitfield. :Xt the State Finals the Bulldogs lost a heart-breaker in an over- time to Kokomo 58-56. on 3 "disputed" shot by Chuck liawcett. l56 Tom Hutchinson A 5 A John Martin Chix Wolf Coach Givens . . . introduces his seniors. Jim Daily 153 -R Embra Whitfield Sonny Wright 1 Runnin' Adam l57 y. 5 , mx A X A I ..l . e,,..Nx i 8 A 'S-3'-F . . . wing 4 ,M '-A .ff 'i"15" , i H239-4 . 'R lx FN QQ O I f'iw. -'LQ C K V, Q gg! ,g 2 -gg. 1,7 ' 1 4 Fx 4,--'W ,,.,..... MW. W., Bulldogs wlvlnrzilv 5c'n1i-Stun' xivrnry, llupluin R6 Sfwnny Yvright TWQLIIIS net Cutting rx rmnuny at Svctiuxlal. Illllt' .xtiiilllr cub dlmn Rvguuxul ne-t. RECORD 4 4 SEASON Y 'X OPP CUI'jtTIII1 , , 50 42 Hvdfrvrd 31 53 XTTNIILIWUTKLI T5 5T ghldvr'-4111 53 T2 YTHl't'IlIl1'X ul TT Nlanual 62 61 QTUTIIIIITJUS 6T 65 Bossc' 61 58 Lexington 6,1 66 'lk-ll City 40 35 SCYINHIII' 6T 55 xTiitTiN4lll 60 55 F. J. Rm-itz 6T 58 ffm-'ntral TU -L6 Burris 64 49 Bl00n1in,ul0n ,, , 66 59 .Taspcr 65 62 Washington ,H , TT 6T SECTIONAL Bnrdun QT 11-6 Prm'idQ'nm- T1 60 Jeffersomillc- , ,,,,, H ,,,,, , 68 66 REGIONAL Seymour , , 65 57 Shawswick , , , 65 59 SEMI-STATE Tell City , 58 56 Odun ,,,,,, T0 68 STATE FINALS Kokonw ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,, S6 58 I59 23' 5041 Row I: Renshaw. Price. Jackson. Uiekman. Amold. Row 2: Croh. Carter. Treat. Cook. Row 3: Renn. White, Wiley, Harper, Monroe, Aslierry. Douglas. Bill Treat seores on a lay-up against the Columbus JV's. J. V. BASKETBALL The l958-59 junior varsity basketball team Completed the sea- son with a ll-3 reeord. one of the hest Coach Flovd Henrv has experienced. The liullpups opened their season hy winning three in a row against Corvdon. Bedford. and Silver Creek. Then the pups suffer- ed two straight defeats to .-Xnderson and Vincennes. The Pups barked hack with three straight victories over Indianapolis Manual, Columbus. and Evansville Bosse. Louisville Trinitv stopped the Pups' string at three with a ll-13 vietorv. The Pups Closed their season strong with eight eonseeutive vietories. their closest game being with Seymour I0-535. Joe White was the leading scorer for the JV's this vear with 249 points. Bill Treat followed with lslsl points. Gary Stnbhins scores on a lay-up against Providence. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The New Albany freshman lmaskethall team finished their season with an impressive record ol 11 wins and 2 losses. The Pups started the season with a -15 to 40 victory over Salem and Carried the Victory banner for 6 straight games before entering the Sli-XC Tourney. In the tourney the Pups lost the first game ltl-36 to Bedford hut the flashy Bullpups lmouneed hack with a IT-25 xietory over Clarksville. Only onee more flirt tht- roundhallers taste defeat. administered hy the strong Trinity team in a hard-fought eontest. Roddy Brooks. Max Nlason. and l.arry Cllltlllllfllllltll showed great potential this year. This yearis team was coached hy Mr, Louis Jensen, who completed his second year as freshman coach. Row I: Bailey. C. Stulibins. Curts. Jollisaint. Cook. Swinford, Krebs, Heuser. Shallers. Hensley. Row 2: Carrier. Stalker. Mason, Lester, Stemper. Winn. Calfee. Whiteman. Brooks. Ctuiningham. 8 1 5 'mr Eff . Q xr Q - f M-f .00 yrs K ! A b. up , xi . Aff 1-4 ' 1" X' ' X K 2' ,- ' 'ax ' ' ,4 ' ., 'ff Qgtgwiiq 1 K W, 'Mai-K K, ' X 'Ski Jfzsiii an L Rm , , , iz, 'ffm .0 P V ,, 23' 1 ,av ami' ' ,, ll' 4 sf- Q, , . 1 f ww. , . . ' an , Z.. ,,,,.. um -A s QM F SWIMMING - y -0- ,' . . . Team Celebrates Second place finish in State at Purdue Univmity. Second in the state.. The 19tJo 59 swim. team placed second among all the competitive schools in lndlana. This season was the best year the Bulldog Tankers have had since the team was organized four years ago. There has been continual team improvement over the preceding yoarsg this yearls record was 9-3. The only teams able to beat New Albany were Nluncie Burris and Columbus, who took two victories from the Bulldogs. At the state meet Columbus again finished ahead of the state runners-up. Jerry Walker and Tom Wolfe were the leading scorers throughout the season. The outlook for next year is hopeful as 13 lettermen will return for the 1959-60 swim season. Jerry Walker, Jerry Miller, and Larry Tishendorf will be lost by graduation. Coach Shadburne checks time as Tom Wolfe breaks pool record. Row I: B. Wolfe, Dunn, Chase, T. Wolfe. Walker, Roberts, Steyn. Row 2: Manager Marsh, Tischendorf, Yarbrough, Miller, Harrell, Howard, Volz, Tresenriter. Row 3: Coach Sliadburne, Fuhry. Douglas. Allen, Jones. Goodwin, Eiler, Duer, Manager Byrn. ..T...A...r.. . V' A i V l v., A -is 1.1, 'FF' , , -A, e, ' ag, ,-,,,.4,a....,.,., K ' V ir iw AV r 1. R Ha W m'M:S,qkMWw.V MQ, HH, Q AAWM ,W t r ., ,L Y . a. he h 4 1 1 i - . - ..c...4M A-A- W-. . ' 1 - - 1 -- 4. .7 Row 1: M. Bline, Eckerty, Byrne, Schy, Wiseman, Kelley, Pendleton, Heath. Row 2: Coach Francis, Manager Baurle, Feiock, Wallace, Booker, E. Bline, Young. Rexroath, Bonebrake, Jefferson, Stanfield, B. Bline, Himmelheber, Smith. Assistant Coach Ketzner. Captain Bob Booker takes aim on national honors. t RIFLE TEAM This yearls Sharpshooters placed first in the nation in the Non-Military Scholastic Class. They had l3 postal matches against the top teams in the nation, and they ended with a record of l2-1. Their only defeat was against St. Louis Universi- ty High, who placed first in the nation in the Overall Championship. They also added to their string of victories first place in the Sectional, first place in the State, and runner-up in the Ohio State Meet. This yearis captain. Bob Booker, was one of the top marksmen in the nation. Eddie Bline also brought honors to the team by winning the indi- vidual prone championship in the state match. Bob Bline, Eddie Bline, Bob Booker and Ronnie Young demonstrate the four positions used in their matches. 'VL .Y if FI 'SJ as .9 g'1VgfHgf-Q' W y1 ' .. I 1 fu , . I ima t . f Q ,., fx ' L-A M3 , Q. ,,-47 fda , JMX? 'Sf ig V L' ' "f iw - ,f ff f 5 W, . M- . , 'i ff , I K4g,7'1'f,J A ' q Lf4f f1 ' 1,32 f--f gh M . , .-M--f-W-f-""""""""' X Q Rau I Botonlv Parker Lousm Shrour l' lwnmclv NIcKmsn Rousr Thompson. Nash. R010 2: Coach Flovd Henrv. Ashlcv. Able. D. Fenwick. find? larnslex Cllllilll ll Bhm llonfhrilvt XIZIHSUPT Nlurphx R it fi: Boone. Weiner. Bierotl. Selly. Kfoss. Staiifiehl. Taylor. llohannon. 5. irxrs l CROSS COUNTRY The l'13fl r'ross-vountrx team t'lltlt'tl their season with a fi-2 reenrci. They plat-ml seventh in the SI XC znnl fifth in tht- Fevtionnl at Jasper. The Dogs plaeetl third in their first outing. a quaclrangular meet with Silver Creek. Clarksville. and New Wvashington. The hill and clalers then lost to New Washington. .-Xt the Seymour lnxitational. NX plat-eml fifth among ten teams, The Dogs then jumps-rl hack into the win 1-ohnnn with three rhlal meet victories on-r Silver Creek. Georgetown. ancl Salem. This was the eighth season for eross 1-ountry Cnavh Floyd llenry. The eross country team marins np hy SlTt'll'lllIlQJ their legs liefore a ltig ine-et. GOLF The V159 golf team finished the season with a 22-2 record. ' The Bulldogs won the Sectional and finished fourth in SIAC and State tourney. The only defeats of the season were ad- ministered by St. Xavier and fniversity School of Blooming- ton. XX Xlainstavs for Floyd Hem'y's squad this spring were ,lack V I """'r Emmett, Lynn Denny. Mike Price, and Tony Bacon. Added f 6, 1 support was rendered hy Carl Sutton. David Brewer, and H Ralph Dooley. - Mike Price will he the only remaining letterman to play on next yvar's squad. hut he will have the hacking of Carl L Sutton and David Brewer who gained valuable experience in the recent 1-anipaigns. ,lafk Ennnvtt practives driving for big Coming sertional. tloacli lfloyml Henry and his squad finished fourth in All-State competition. The Mhig four" members we-rv Jack Einnietl. Lynn Denny. Mike Prim- and Tony Bacon. Z-nf Y Denny practices his putting. ', I' . 3 1 3 ,J i tfft? ir' ' lvvfwitef , Mike Price holds the flag as Lynn use "iw .rf l 1 l Wlelxhie Harroway crosses the finish line' in the- last leg: of the mile relay. TRACK The 1959 track team had a record of six wins and four losses. The Bulldogs won the Regional for the first time. The Dogs also won the Columbus Relays. New Albany Relays. and finished a close second to Evansville Bosse in the SIAC. Tom Hutchinson broke his own record in the high jump with a jump of 6, 3 3-45' in the SIAC meet. Toni Hutchinson and ,lohn Cousins went to the State meet. with Hutchinson scoring points lux' placing third in the high jump and fifth in the broad jump. Kenneth Smith, a first-year varsity coach. produced NA's first Regional champs. Dwight Farnsley clears the bar in the pole vault during a practice session. Q. 51 . . . . ,, .. . . . L, f N' 'Ium llulcllnlwrl l'1k'Lll'r lulr ul 0 .w .1 1 111 FIXQ. rurwt. 3 A ,ill-'G .W , ,, 5 , M.. " r Fifa' .1 ."'f.... na , I1 ' !' lll f iv-asv A L L. . , . faint -lf! 6 f llurx lwrrgwt gm - wr final 11111111-' 1111 hi- ksL1YIULlXxlI'1 Rau' 1: Eismull. H3I'I'lPNN'3j'. VI-110111. 'I4rwx. T. lf:-iwck. Imrrgeft. lluwkirr-. NI. N11-Kmm. NIcAfcv. Hafnvr. Hutcllinson. .Xsristant Coach Sims. Rolf' 2: Fenwicrk. Bailvv. Bilbru. Farnsluv. F. Fviock. Tavlor. Ifdford. Parker. Ablv. Cilliatt. Gullett. Weawr. Rouse. Kraft. Manager Trescnriter. Ron' 3: Wcnzlcr. Trmig. Dvtrivk. Humilfon. .Mlwrry lflmrvr. liudrif. J. HrKrmn.Ilrumlt.NIH-x.5a111Q.NIanag0rCrub0. 4 fi A A E 7 , FRESHMAN TRACK The New Albany freshman track team flnlshed the season wlth a record of two wlns and two losses The freshmen started the season vwlth a vlctorx ower Scottsburg then traxeled to Trlnlty to be defeated IH a close contest The Bullpups then challenged St Yasler and were defeated The frosh were not to be dellled they bounced back vuth a CTCCIQIYC xlctorx oser Clarlcsxllle The freshmen placed flrst IH the Columbus Relays and s1xth IH the SIAC Th1s wears freshman team had one of the school s largest squads w1th 35 award WHIIICTQ ln hr flrst wear as freshman coach Coach Phll Thrasher probably had one of the best freshman hlgh jumpers IH school h1story Garw Stubblns Row 1 Eller Jones Burger J Dunn Wenmng Wolf Vxer Swmford Welch Carroll Treece Row 2 Robmson Nlagne s F610Ck Garnot Stubbm Meml John on Caple W Dunn Dusch Row 3 Calfee Bhne lVICWl11l13lTl Brannon Taylor Cunnmgham Ba1ley Stalker Streepey Whller Coach Thrasher l70 - C " " ' . Q 1 v. Y f 1 C v ? 7 7 i v. 1. t Y. 'Y v . . . , H Y 7 J - A n. nl. V L Y l 1 -. s. .J va JY Mu Mike Bline awaits gun for the start of the 100-yard dash. -:', , .. , ', - In ,-US, , ,AS . , 5 , , . , . , I , , . 5. . ' . y 1 v 9 - v . A ,V . ie' 1fTl ,, . 'W ' l , t ,J 5 'x 'My .Y Q Rau' 1: Manager Richards. Kirk. Meyer. Roy. Yarbrough. Bostoek. Jenkins. Wright. King. Ettle. ROIL' 2: Coach Sajko. Cousins. phlains. Nevins. Renn. Cornelius. Brooks. Rippv. Singleton. Hartfield. Middleton. Coach Sajko talks over strategy with Jim King. BASEBALL Coach Stan Sajko's baseball team completed the season with a record of ten wins and eight losses. The Dogs had a 5-3 SIAC record. The Canines started the season hy defeating lfastern l0-l. Thev then lost to Flaget. 4-3. and won five games in a row-over Nlale. 4-3: Central. 19-3: Bedford twice. ll-U and 6-lc and Trinity. 5-0. The Dogs then lost three in ir row-to Bloomington twice. 4-1 and T-1: and St. Xavier. lil-0, The Bulldogs then hounced back with a t3-3 victory over Shawnee. Nfter losing to Trinity. 6-4. the Dogs beat Jasper in a douhleheader. ll-1 and 1-3: then lost a doubleheader to Sevmour. 5-l. and 3-1. The Canines ended the season splitting a douhleheader with 'liell Citv. losing U-T and winning Leading pitchers this year were Ronnie :Xdams. jim Hartfield. and John Cousins. The leading hitter for the Hogs was llerhie Nevins with an average of . 162. I72 Coach Sajko direets game from the hench. RECORD Jerry jenkins. one of New Albany! leading hitters. awaits pitch during elose game. NA OPP Eastern . 10 1 Flaget ,,,, , 3 -1 Male ., ,, el IS Central 19 3 Bedford , ll 0 Bedford , 6 1 Trinity ,, 5 0 Bloomington . l el Bloomington -L T St. Xavier , 9 lil Shawnee . , l3 3 Trinity , Ll- 6 Jasper ,. ll 1 Jasper , tl 3 Seymour . , 1 0 Seymour .,,. , 1 3 Tell City T 8 Tell City 5 3 Ronnie Kirk antieipates steal to second during game with Trinity. . 1 I ,Shim Row I Brown La ey Blackl ton Balls-y J Smnh LaDukn Lon et Row 2 Lunnmgham Ren haw Calfee Croh Jacek on Coach Hoffman J V BASEBALL The New Xlhany jumor yarelty IYIQCIVIH team fIIl1QhCd the Qeason yylth an IIIIPYEQCIXG record of 6 MIIIQ and O loeeee They opened the eaeon yuth a 9 to 7 defeat over Central of Loulayllle In the next game a double header they handed Proyldence tyso defeate 1 to 6 and 14 to Tfllllty for a double header and thclr lat gnnee of the Q61 on they yyon them both I0 to 6 and 4 to 2 Coach Nhke Hoffman heheyee Jun Iaekion Benny Blackleton Fl'311klE' Renn and Cary Longe t Qhoyy a great deal of potential for next year Q yarelty W ' S ', , , , , s , . O I er e. ' K s e " F 2. After defeating Providence. the Bullpups traveled to ' ' U' ' - P. f V .S z . - ,rs g " ' . .' ' , . i.. , l , J " S - Y FRESHMAN BASEBALL The Frosh hasehall team this year finished their season with a record of one win and two losses: and, although this was a losing record. they showed great improvement and potential for coming years. In the first game. with Georgetown's varsity, they were de- feated hy a score of 10 to 5. In their second game they won a decisive victory with a score of 10 to T over Central of Louisville. Showing great improvement. the freshmen were narrowly defeated hy Georgetown hy the score of el to 3: Georgetown had previously beaten them hy a much greater margin. Coach Louis Jensen de- pended heavily on his three fast hall artists Larry Cunningham, Dale BOW6I'Ill3I1. and Stewart Calfee. Players who showed po- tential for future varsity teams were Garry Walters. Sonny Bailey, and Sain Shallers. said Hr. Jensen. 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WALTER Shee'r Mefal Wh 4-594i 3l4 EAST 6+l1 STREET ne-gun huc " an ' ix-gun McCIaren S k d S " seem lo have found The proper equipmeni af C. P. SALES. l+'s Fun l+'s Relaxing Bowl for Heal+l1 PEARL 81 OAK A.M.F. Aufomafic PEARL-OAK BOWLING LANES 529 PEARL STREET WH 5-8007 C. P. SALES CO. We Guaran+ee You +l1e Lowesl' Prices in Town 43 I STATE ST. Click here-says Linda Jardigan Io Barbara RUSSELL'S CAMERA "A Try will ren" SHOP BROWN DRY CLEANING I323 MARKET ST. WH 4-63 I7 I Pick-Up and Delivery Pressing While You Waii' PHOTO INFORMATION CENTER Two Day Service on Color Film Same Day Service on BIacIc and WI'1i+e Film IOO7 VINCENNES WH 4-I582 C9 Q E Home of 'Ihe ' ' F I Bgy I'IeaII'I1 Is WeaIII1 Sd 3 H Use W I. is I th BOWMAN DAIRY PRODUCTS X EDBIIWE DDU Weekdays Sunday of 7-I I0'I Superior Flavor Friday and Saturday I20I EAST MARKET STREET WH 4-7755 7-2 HIWY. 3I W I86 Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges CLASS RINGS and PINS Club lnsugnla Medals and Trophies L G BALFOUR COMPANY Represenlahve REX MOONSHOWER PO BOX I42 BLOOMINGTON INDIANA ll II Commencemen+ Invi+a+ions-Diplomas-Personal Cards . . SHOP AT SEARS 'rx AND PARAMOUNT SAVE PLYWOOD SEARS ROEBUCK 81 C0 PRODUCTS INCORPORATED "WhaI a sandwich fhis would make!" remarks Sieve Thom Io Marsha Kemple. qmarhoefer PACKING COMPANY, INC Marhoefer Sliced Bacon Sugar Cured-Hickory Smoked THIS PRODUCT IS THE LAST WORD IN SLICED BACON 4 New Www-mfr' 1 G, 9.9 l N S, :WW M J K an? io look our es 0 a umes7 co rse ou ' S urle omero Porha Dneckmann, Sandy Caple, Wm: Brooks, and ue ackson now w ere e es df9 Home Spor+s Wear 0 Cehfury Bobbie Brooks Ship 'H Shore Susan Thomas Mr. Mori Dresses May Be Purchased by Charge Accounf or Budgei' Plan r 3 .W . .-- - .. .... zz... . ..,x F? .,.4 -- v-,- f-.-.-, .... . .--.,-,..-.-. A.,,,.,4...,, . k ..-..,-.,-,-.-.- - , .-.-.v.- , --nga -74 ' .,1:. I I 1 Q25 Hi: eefwjf ' rf' I ' 0: 'x A fl IP g A L i ' fa' V1 .5 k fb fa 5 ' A I 1, 3 . Ao? M A of' K r . k 1 4 Q W VAV A - -' , w y bfalIY'.Ofuydo.h'yR , " " SJ k h fhbfby I90 COMMUNITY BUILDERS -fm. ' - 0- fm EF' 'IYII 'ff5II."!E'n' WT: ,: 7.4: 'tif-li V ggglugim. 3? fe-5 If W .,.,g.,,.5 N . '."V"" if We -1-sq DAY LUMBER COMPANY Deparimeni Srore of 'rhe Building lncluslry 845 EAST I5'rh STREET PHONE WH 4-6457 Cobb is gel? CLEANERS. Bring Your Cleaning +o STAR CLEANERS ing a f M E EhaIi's sforage room THE CAR See I+ B U I C K Drive II' JIM COOKE BUICK, INC. THIRD AND MARKET STREETS EARLE EMBREY AND SON Contractors l240 VINCENNES WH 4-I063 Banking Invesimenfs IHSUFGNCG Business Loans AMERICAN BANK Federal Housing Loans A Complefe Banking Service RAY'S JEWELRY "THE HOUSE OF DIAMONDS" Down fhrough fhe years, we here ai' "Ray's" have falcen pride in our merchandising sysiem. We have always feafured, and shall confinue 'I'o feaiure, The mosl' popular naiionally adverlis- ed merchandise. Elgin - Bulova - Gruen - Hamillon - Longines - Benrus - Keepsake Diamonds - Speidel - I847 Rogers - Communiry Silver - and many ofhers +oo numerous +o menlion are synonymous wi'rh "Ray's." F J d J h R S h Sh M b b J d K b MUTUAL TRUST AND DEPOSIT COMPANY Oldesl' Banlc in Floyd Counry Eslablished in l904 GENERAL BANKING-TRUST SERVICES and INSURANCE T MEMBERS l Federal Reserve Sysrem ' and Federal Deposil' Insurance Corporafion Seleding iheir dresses for fhe many school dances are Mary'Kay Moore and Sharon Mil- ler. Mrs. Helman gives her personal affenfion. Sou+hern Indiana's Leading Sfore for Women and Children 'n JeHe'So""me Prescripfion Druggisl' Your Neighbor BURT OWENS IOI9 VINCENNES WH 5-8922 for BeH'er Service E " Cool Cal' Knows Drive In FurnlI'ure Cen'rer HUFF RHODES BURFORD FURNITURE COMPANY CompIeI'e Household Furnishings RCA Vlcfor Television Hi FldeIi+y Record Players Sfereophomc Record Players MASON S General ConI'racI'or WILLIAM S. MOOK VIRGINIA AVENUE WH 4-3286 GiHs Pain+ Toys MYLES HARDWARE VINCENNES STREET WH 4-4523 SAM MYERS Renf Tuxedo and Tails AII Accessories 'For Dances 3I2 W JEFFERSON ST JU 42634 MAYTAG SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Washing Drying Dry Cleaning 20709 E MAIN ST WH 58060 x ' IOII I . - ' . - - Shir'I's Finished SLOAN'S MEAT MARKET CHARLESTOWN RD. AND KLERNER LANE WH 5-6774 Sou'II1ern Indiana's Highesi' Traders S Cheerleaders prepare for a feasf from Kahl's Market. Your Ford Dealer R. W. CRAIG FORD, INC 302 E. MARKET STREET WH 5-5296 I5+h AND OAK STREET WH 4-4273 CARL'S PRODUCE GREGORY W"0'eS0me SHOP REPAIRS Fruifs, Vege+abIes, Produce NEW ALBANY STEAM LAUNDRY BUILDING . , CENTRAL WELDING Bedford SI'one, Georgla Marble, Face Brick by and BUILDING STONE, INC. BRAZING COMPANY I95 'N A Friendly Place I'o Shop P NR YN ABROMS Ladies and CI1iIdren's Wear Shoes a SpeciaII'y 2 I 0 PEARL WH 4-0562 42: serves You F W WOOLWORTH COMPANY S SI'ore and CafeI'erla Vlsli, Us Offer' PEARL AND MARKET 4l0 PEARL STREET WH 5 8070 FLOYD COUNTY PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION CARVERS DRUG STORE DOUGHERTYS DRUGS HOSPITAL PHARMACY MADDEN PHARMACY MATHES PHARMACY MUIR CUT RATE DRUG CO OAK DRUGS STATE STREET DRUGS INC TAYLOR DRUG STORE WALK DRUG STORE WALK DRUG STORE JOHN T VIE CO INC 702 W Mann I4I9 E Sprung 623 E Sprung 602 Vincennes I265 Vmcennes 3I8 Pearl I56 E Mann 2255 CI1arIes'I'own I700 S'Ia'Ie S'I'ree'I' II3 E MarIceI' I638 E Sprung Sellersburg S+a+e S+ree+ I NEW ALBANY APOTHECARY ,sss,.,,DSss.Vss......s..,,s.,.,ss,..........................................................,. . ' l I iam B" I' sg Q. For Bel-Ier Service B. 81 L. GULF SERVICE STATION For fasi complefe service see Bo and Louie. NEW ALBANY APOTH ECARY We Sell Drugs aI' Re'raiI 'S M' W 1 Free Delivery 1, CHESTER B. STEM, INC. A Pleasure +o Buy LONE STAR LUMBER CO 4 .fl g if '. V slr. I xg., Q . A . 53,2 K . , s-:jj ' 1 aan: f. :-:4:S:-:.:f:f fQ!0900. Qpjn 1' .330 I DDQ ' 1, 1 fin v QU" ivfvfg V Q ff xt num 'Q' -SLI " ,, - f on ' . .1 if 3, s o'e'4'4Wc NY i , WW 61:1 f Q KWH H .. , ,,JW,,,. ,T ,. ., . -iii, if S , MV 4.3. ,W 115. I Fumi'l'u re INDIANA CAN DY COMPANY HONEY KRUST BAKERY EARL FLOYD COUNTY fwfww FUNERAL DIRECTORS F'-OP-'ST ASSOCIATION D A M S TI1SbkC CIFI B L CURRY and SONS INC. TYPEWRITER TERMINAL OAK DRUGS SOUTHERN INDIANA E L H ABSTRACT COMPANY T QMAS T Sfy Veneers and Lumber I . l Sales Service Ren'raIs Free Prescrip'I'ion Delivery I6I3 E. MARKET WH 4-7827 WH 5-7633 2255 CHARLESTOWN ROAD Public Accouniani Tax ConsuI+anI 329 STATE STREET WH 4-493I . Bookkeeping d TERHUNE'S SERVICE QCL4 Shop and Save IH- PATSY ANN MARKET OILS :sos VINCENNES STREET Gas-Oil-Tires-Accessories WH 4-479' Sfafe and Wesi' S+ree+ PAYNES NANCE FLORAL SHOPPE Hardware Giffs Appliances . . WH - Pam+ Sporhng Goods 55225 I00l EAST MARKET STREET WH 5-5865 2740 CHARLESTOWN ROAD Lolzcl-I on. COMPANY Larry Hawkins, Sieve Thom, Bob Randolph, Jerry Flener, Larry Schad check Larry's engine at Boas 66 Service. Q1 FAST MGORE CCJAL co 4 SERVICE R o va PRESTON S 6' PAINT in AND BUSH KELLER CO WALLPAPER WWW H bby Sh p fyfj P+ dGI fEyPp THE WOLF GLASS 81 PAINT C0 For 'rhe Besi' Quali+y Coal 09' 1 ,L 2 5 , flax-'W ", 2 ff A , 1' O The Painf Sfore - - 938 Complefe F ,. 0 uv 'vi I E r' 3 - 'F 0 , I P! 1 PPPPP Pj X. I 'V E2 You A ' W" E'SK--- .- A e lnvifed fo Visii' Our o o X I C' ain s an ass or ver ur ose New Albany's F or a Variefy of Produds CULLEN MOA POPII., VARIETY SHGP Sm Nm INDIANA GI.. COLLECTION Founfain Service WH 5-529l DeSo'ro and Plymou+h FLCYD COUNTY SALES Used Cars 2556 CHARLESTOWN RD. WH 4-2227 Lumber-Builders' Supplies J. H. SCHREIBER 81 CO., INC. Karen Zeller, Lynne Zeller, and Lucy Conner make plans for Their home of fha fuiure. PLUMBING AND HEATING D. F. WRIGHT 6528 cDONALD LANE Music Cenfer FLANNERY'S S+ereopI1onic Hi-Fi J P p R I g HITNER SERVICE GARAGE l302 E. OAK ST. WH 4-5l6I Mrs. Cora A. Jacobs and son, Jack, are New AIbany's leading realfors. CORA A. JACOBS REAL ESTATE CC. I4I E. SPRING WH 4-64I4 ...WHI1 You Md Finer Foods aI' Reasonable Prices MARSH'S FOOD MARKET Free Delivery WH 4-2963 22I3 SPRING AVE. COLONIAL MANOR RESTAURANT Hiway 3I-W Be+ween Ella Rae Andres opens a charge account for Karen Umbreif. NEW ALBANY SELLERSBU RG F0'ReSefVa+i0'1S FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS WH 5-8753 BANK AND SPRING STREET Safefy of Your Savings For Ihe Besi' in Musical Ins+rumenI's See DURLAUPS BIR LUMBER COMPANY Lum-Bir Home of I3+h AND DEWEY STREETS OIcIs. LeBlanc, WH 5-8253 Normandy, King, NobIeI', Mariin, LeecIy, Ludwig, Singerland Gibson Kimball Pianos A W BEST TEACHERS EXPERT REPAIRS JEFFERSONVILLE Durlauf Music I4-53 Alfawood Dr. i WH 5-oaao Juniper 7-I289 JUniper 7-1280 K Q , WH 4-I248 an w. sRoAnwAv LOUISVILLE. KY. P 205 Lumber and Building Maferials HOME OF THE DELICIOUS GIANTBURGER Open 7 a.m.-I2 p.m. Closed Tuesday Serving Breakfast Lunch and Dinners Curb Service I0:30 a.m.-I2 p.m. CompIe'I'e Foun+ain Service All Food Cooked +o Order YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Com pIimenI's of A FRIEND Au'rI1orized Dealer of Orange Blossom Diamond Rings, Elgin, HamiII'on and Bulova Wa+cI1es, Sheaffer Snorkel IRION AND WOLF JEWELERS l3I EAST SPRING STREET KIRK LUMBER COMPANY ISII1 AND ELM STREET WH 5-722I Cigars Pipes Gills KAISER'S TOBACCO STORE 326 PEARL STREET WH 5-8780 WH 4-2895 SPARK'S CAFETERIA Home S+yIe Cooking I035 VINCENNES STREET WH 5-8849 QXQUEH41 c. ROBERT BROOKS 2,318 81 SON DRY CLEANING CHARLES L VERNIA 81 SON A RASMUSSEN HOME TRANSIT AND SON INCORPORATED INCORPORATED LABORERS LOCAL UNION N 5 OT A X wi I 5407 W R II' I O 207 E. MARKET STREET WH 5-8I9I O '209 VINCENNES STREET Flowers for II Occasions WH 4-I722 , Telegraph Servnce To AII f T P I' o. 79 ' - I- I 4 X A, . 12:3 STATE STREET " - IMT' T sg I ff. FLOYD COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION S F 1 1 . . L my frw m x - R - ' " nk Q'f! if 5 I -V E E la' 1' av?iT .H Giang: Q7 Q1 ml ff 3.:e,iW.! ff ' e g 'J' 4 13 f vm- 7 gf ' ' 1 A o ,L Q 'S M. rx f'-ZX . in 1 EXW SUNDECK Q I 4 A W WM W ----a-- I 'bra ' ' ""' N- is "T - 1. Fi L.. 'Sf'-' 4 ... ' fans: I if .':. f ff ' , ' . ' Y I PICNIC AREA DAISY LANE WH 5-828I PARKING AREA BASKETBALL COURT Francis Swimming Club, Incorporated 209 KISER COMPANY Home of Hallmark Cards Office Supplies I44 E. SPRING ST. WH 4-327I P ' ' . ' a M . s wi fh v "R " Bob Rippy agrees with Mr Mosnr an rs age no a s arp clolhes can be found ai Mi+cheII's. ILMi1wlw HUNN'S socllarx' muxn CLO'l'lIES 3I2 Pearl S+. Beharrel and Spring WH 4-7747 WH 5-8080 - - RETAILERS SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE Par+icular Cleaners Wrapping Paper Plaies and Cups for Paper Bags Specialfies Parilculaf Pe0Ple Food Coniainers School Supplies Twines and Tapes Liglrl' Bulbs Wa es d P l'sh Dr gs and Sundries Houseigld llaeinses uMiscellaneous 335,333 DRY CLEANING co Decorafing Cen+er A Repufafion for Unexcelled Dry Cleaning S . RElNHART'S ewes neu E. MARKET STREET WH 5536' 2I I5 E. Marlref S+. 2I0 Concre+e Producfs Building Ma+erials WOLF L MEAT MARKET INC. . THORN COMPANY G M xxgi AT4.-pl 'Nl lllili H E QQIQ 410 W 7 -T324-y WH 4-6434 3I9 Vincennes Sfreef "For Every Insurance Need, Call Us!" C. W. KIRK AGENCY REAL ESTATE-INSURANCE WH 44304 and Bonnie Wolf watch Mr. Wolf cu? a choice piece of meaf. WOLF MEAT MARKET sPRlNKLE's GAS Wesi' Sevenfh and Cherry WH 4-06ll WH 5-8022 Firsi' and Marlcef Sfreefs A ,mf DuNN's COLONIAL SHOPPER . EMERY L ,he, ,GVE ,, .ndenbu ICE CREAM E E E LU Ei,ZTi'Z,':iI235?3e COMPANY HS q Ks. VERNON MATHES I ff' DRUGS B i mi SGUTHERN BELL CLARK ELECTRICAL TELEPHONE CORPORATION n s lcv NU' R 0 0 T B E E R RlSSLER'S DRIVE IN This Refreshing Drink Served at C' Wi. ow 64 '54 I 0 W Power and Lighiing EleC+ric Heafing L d C + + e WH 5-6366 15' iecii E f 6 5-Ease, p ol Y HIGHWAY 62 43 Invi+a+ion T H E +o a Bride Come +0 OUR NEW ALBANY TRIBUNE Weddings Firs+ L1I3f? I'fIIgIlIg-as HOUGHTON gap ST U D M 414? 920 Eas+ Oak Sfreei' I WH 4-OI97 303 EAST SPRING STREET WH 4-648l Here's the easiest' INTER CITY AUTO SUPPLY Your N.A.P.A. Jobber Is a Good Man fo Know! 406 Easf Spring S+ree+ WH 5-6689 NO CLEANER CARS ANYWHERE BILL HANKA AUTO SALES way to bs sure your Q d 0 , iweaaing Porir ' 4 H452 J 1 bi A A gr 5 ww, B r ,RW ' ' dd h d U '-- " 40l Easi' Main Sireei WH 5-023I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DENTISTS Sfemm. Wilson IIO9 Eagi' Spring SCOH. O. E. I48 Easl Spring S+. WH 4-l I53 Lee. William W- 313 Elsby Building WH 4-1222 Exline, i'laI'0ld 4I4 Eagf Spring S+, WH 4-3594 Benne'H', Charles R. 206 Elsby Building WH 4-7874 Rosenlhal, Leonard 203 Elgby Building WH 5-865I ATTORNEYS Lorch, Basil Jr. 5l7 Elsby Building WH 5-525i Janes. William B. 325 Elsby Building WH 4-6l33 Hancoclc, A. Eugene 507 Elsby Building WH 4-32l3 Cody, John H. Jr. 525 Elsby Building WH 4-lolz Biggers+af'F. Comer 6 Mulual Trusl' Building WH 4-628' .I NEW ALBANY .D PLUMBING SUPPLY W 0 ,N WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF 5, ii dd' ,I PLUMBING PRODUCTS Can" dem "HC" fl? Judy Wenfzell a d T p Eg b ght style to choose from ihe fine selection at STEINS 4 MW f always ontaP! I.. 1718 East Market Street OBJECTS OF PARENT TEACHERS Iris A ASSOCIATIONS TO PROMOTE the welfare of child1en and youth 1n the home school, C1lLl1Cl1, and commumty TO RAISE the S13I1Cl31Cl9 of home llfe TO SECURE adequate laws for the care and protectlon of ch1ld1en and youth TO BRING mto close1 161311011 the home and the School tl1at parents and teachers may coopelate mtellrffently 1n the 1131111119 of the chlld TO DEVELOP betwee11 educators and the gene1al publ1c Such umted effoxts as w1ll secu1e for every ch1ld the lnghe t 1dv111t10es 111 physlcal, mental, Soclal and Splflt ual Cd11CEitlOI1 Grrls Abbott Wlarllyn 42 133 Abbott 'llaxme 0 116 Abel Roma 15 108 Adan1 Carolvn 16 129 135 Adams Ann 76 124- 135 Adams Barbara 65 108 STUDENT Adams Adam Adams Adams D1ana10 116 144 Elrzabeth .lane 65 94 .l1ll6IJ 139 Atchley Jeanme 70 Attwood Sandra 16 Austm Sandra 76 135 Bad er Carol 70 99 135 Bad er Helena 65 111 Balley Gllda 76 114 Balley L1nda 70 42 130 Ba1ley Sandra 76 Balley Sharon 76 Barley Wanda 76 103 Alexander Jane 42 Alexander Jean 42 Ba1rd Hazel 76 101 Baker Betty 70 129 Alexander Judy 42 101 Allee Allen Allen Allen Allen 96, Judy 76 Cynth1a65 94 115 Judy 42 114 , Paula 76, 119 , Shxrley 112, 94, 96, 136, 137 Anderson Iona 65, 117 Anderson, lVIer1 76, 133 135 Andres, Carolyn 70 Andres, Jud1th 42 Andres, Vernetta 70 Ang Carolyn 76, 144 Ang, Phyllis 70, 133 Anshutz, Sharon 65, 106, 106 Antle, Rose 76 Applegate, Patrrcla 70, 124 Applegate, Rebecca 13, 65 Archlbald, Joyce 76, 100 Arganbrlght, A1166 76, 94, 140 Arnold, Judy 65, 119, 130 Ashby, Carol 70, 124 Ashton, Glorra 70, 95, 114, 116 Baker Dorothy 76 101 Baker Edlth 4-3 Baker Jane 76 106 Baker Ruth 76 Baker, Sylv1a 76, 135 Baldauf, Rosemary 65 Ballew, Cynthla 76, 119 Banet, Juanlta 70, 114 Banet, Loreatha 76 Barger, Barbara 70, 127 Barker, Edlth Barker, J ulxa 65 Barker, Sharon 70 Barmore, Claudra 70, 135 Barmore, Jud1th 70, 116, 134, Barnes, Shlrley 101 Barnes, Vlfglnla 70 Barnett, Janet 65, 115, 133 Barth, Dons 65, 117, 133 Bartle, ITIS 65, 117 Batman Shrrley 76, 107 Baugh, Carol WEBER FURNITURE INC WH4 3203 3 I 5 State Street' INDEX Baumann Barbara 10 Baxter Dorls 43 105 Beanblossom Rlta 10 129 1 w Becht Phyllls 70 Becht Ruth 43 Belcher Betty 43 133 Belcher Carolyn 99 135 Belcher Joann 43 96 108 137 Belden V1Ckl 16 114 Bell Betty 70 Bell Mary 76 Belle Lmda 70 12-1- Benbrook Barbara 70 133 Bennett Carol 43 109 Bernardl Mary Ruth 65 133 Berryman Le1lan165 102 128 Beswlck Patrlela 43 Bezy, Mary 43, 105 Blrkla, Mary 70, 116 B1r, Sandra 70, 135 B1s1nger, Carolyn 65 Bxslnger, Judy 76 Brzzell, Mary 76, 105 Black, Llnda 70, 99, 124 Bla1r, Barbara 65, 133 Bla1r, Janlce 76, 118 Blake, Clorla 70, 116 Blake, Susle 43, 109, 133 Bledsoe, Sharon 70 Blessett Parr, Marlys Blunk, Cheryl 76 Blunk, JoAnn 76, 144 Boardman, Darlene 44, Bobbltt, Carol 76 Bocock, Cherr1e 70 Bodenbender, Gay 44, 109, Bots Dlane 44 37 117 Bol1annon Carol 197 44 Bohannon Colleen Bohanon Janet 65 Boman Charlene 65 Bomfer Patrxcla 65 133 Bool-.er Betty 70 Boone Julra 65 96 106 Borden Patrlcla 70 101 133 135 Borden Sandra 70 Borkenhe1m Naoml 70 105 Bostock Janet 70 100 Bowern1an Barbara 44 Bowlln Bowlmg Bowlmg Bowman Bowman Bowman, Beatrrce 70 Iva 76 Mary 10 Charlene 33, 137 Janet 76, 116 Jayne Box, Patr1c1a 70 Box, Velva 44 107 Bradford, Polly 65, 33, 133 Bra1tl1ng, Suzanne 65, 106, Brandenburg, .lame 65, 95, 133, 137, 212 Bnckey, Zanle 65, 118 Brewer, Brenda 44, 182, 133, Brrggs, Amta 65 Brlght, Eldora 65, 105, 105 Brooks, Donna 44, 118 Brooks, Janet 198, 44, 37, 115, 133 Brooks, Wllll 44, 39, 190, 119, 7 37 . ' Y I ' 1 I I :I u I D - . U . . S E L id I . Q. . . .- ' , -. , - 133 Q 1 , , ' ' , Aultman. Linda 70, 116,135 Becht, DOFUUIY 76 115, 133, 144' 76 1 ,. ' ,T , B , " I , 7 , - S 7 A- I 1 vw I Q1 'bf' ,I I 1, ' " , ,138 A RQ ', ,109 Q I , - I 1 , ,' ', ,144 , , , , f 1, ' , , ,101,124 ' , , 135 . , , I 1 , ,101 , , I 1 , , a 1 1 1 ' , , ' 3 u U , Q st ' A ' ,135 ' - - ' ,144 ' ' 133 135 144 n - - ' V 131 . 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