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

 - Class of 1960

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li I ' '71 M , M. ,,,M---"- .,--f"" Y' In M lliilrll 1l ll ll ll ll ll ,,, -p -., Ill lII I Wm Ytlll 'New Albany Hugh New Albany Indiana PEOPLE TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC pages 64-87 ' T SPORTS BLIYER'S GUIDE ACTIVITIES I .........f..,... .,. New Albany Senior High School X ,Q wb Agriculiure Building Mechanics Art Building Cora Martin Annex .4-M N X Q , 5... M Mfg . ,f fi is N gr wr'- X 5, W5 'V A,- I US as-f A 3?'..'f'T 2 M-gp!!! ' w... 2 .. is -News .Q Q , . Mwqm-www -A . . A, New--W-Q, X v A band student waits at the MA building for the rain to quit before going to the main building. During the winter it became almost a hazardous trip to go to the Annex from the main building. Seniors were entertained at their annual picnic by these en- These are the WNA5 gpgrtgcagterg who brgught thusiastic vocalists. the away games to fans at home. 7 Q .ses 'iv W Nm X, i31g,Q1!EmQ- YA . HHN., P J X...-W 'fa ,xfig xX 9 ww 1" if K . ii 'I 5 , A5 X L .X 'JT H -X 0 , X- ' g . ' X ' 2, F598 lt 75 ,' gil' 2 ,Y M2333 ' l .L Sandy Phelps picks up a boutineer for her Prom escort, lt's hard to decide Wl1iClWfOfVY16lSl1eW6DTS Bud Agnew. "Le Boutfant Avril" CBeauTiTul Aprilj was The Theme of the Junior-Senior Prom, held This year at The Kentucky State Fairgrounds, on April 30. The beautifully dressed couples danced from 8:00 To l2:00 To The music of Frank Bluel and his band. AT ll:00 o'clock, Karen Umloreit was announced as The 59-60 Prom Queen, she was chosen from six other lovely candidates: Dottie DeLong, Jan Kirk, Lynn Stone, Phyllis Raney, Becky Brown, and Lucy Conner. At last! This is the big night! Some last minute alterations and she's ready to go. Her date is finally here! mguwfaf 's S x Mixed ernotions covered the senior class during Senior Week. Tears of both ioy and sorrow were shed. Seniors filed in to their seats for Class Day exercises on May 20. Seniors "lived it up" at the Class Day Picnic at Binford Park. The rain was unsuccessful in dampening Iivened spirits. reid'-I Seniors and parents were treated to a welcome "coke F party" after the Class Day activities. Senior class president Eddie Endres gave the senior farewell speech. Gathered together for their last official time, the 433 members of the Class of 1960 were charged by speaker Dean F. Berkley to take an active interest in world affairs and spoke of the changes that had occurred in the lifetime of seniors and of the changes to come in the future. Leading their class of 1133 students, these six, Nancy Nix, Judy Hale, Rona Garriott, Donald Cohn, Pat Bonifer and Jill Adams, attained a straight "A" average. The New Albany High School Concert Band and i Concert Choir entertained the graduation class and l - - guests at Commencement. Bulldog cheerleaders Cclockvvisej Judy Barmore, Pam Waggoner, Babs Vaughn, Carol Caesar, Millie Hampton and Phyllis Raney led Red and Black rooters through another successful athletic year. Mr. Ervin Steinkamp and Mr. Charles Lamb take time out from their busy schedules to enioy a soft drink in the teacher's lounge. I2 5 , The alley between the annex and the main building important thoroughfare for NAHS'ers. was an "Who's boss now?" fxwg ,X A S i Q Y Q 2 ik sw im E + gms' KAREN UMBREIT Senior Prom Queen l X PAT HARTFIELD JV Basketball Queen New Albany New PHYLLIS RANEY Homecoming Queen gifhiagk M-,gig wx mt' 'm 3, E579 ., 'ws-yy. ,-fsffw' . 11 ,, K 0 'ik P WS' N5 ik i ik 'E W .- nggif .53 fx QQQA " ff: fs??25 7 mf V- iii' 'We ik if Nr . . 5 W xv 3: P. V ' 1 . f m lf , K f . 1 K Q3 .,,,f I I. Q we k f 5 fx? - . -mx -.M ' 51 E D - .:. 1 gf .3 If Q A .i ,Qi , 4 ,r i V 'fe We Q 1 I6 w g 5 W F if 4. xii HW Q 3? Nutritious meals are served to an avera e of l 200 students ever Q 1 Y day in the NAHS cafeteria. E 4 ,ef 1'9" l 'Sw -4-f, 1 'Qin t A couple is seen enioying the delicious food they have selected from the many varieties offered. 2. x0 We tr. 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The audience of the annual Blotter show received a rare treat when they were greeted by the precision dancing ot this chorus line of radiant "beauties," n Two teachers watch as workmen put finishing touches on remodeling of the Annex, Dempsey Walker, NAHS maintenance staff member, stokes a furnace on a cold winter morning. 'F t All athletes who participate in varsity, iv, and freshman sports receive awards at the end of the season. At the end of a long day, the halls suddenly become quiet as the stu- dents depart their many ways. um' was X' tx N XXX N ssss XX - A his 1 3 j'sf...s-:fi-xg 5 S1912 :lf l 'lil li , .- Q ,ff ff' E, g, Ai N. 11 fr ,, - ,f . c K,-X, 'Sw-.nwswsf ' 'L SL, is 5? ggsfi 3 A E Q E if 2 S E E ,M 5 ' M MQ, vwfg ,.,, i .am ,:, 222 KJV Q . get if X, L Vkki pw' .. fp R fs'-' Ei QA z if I? xx I I' V' w P 5 1 i K If K UV ,, A y-7,-w iw., . V' Q f -9,71 7 ' H Ei V Mba Z w w. 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N+ N Mr. Delbert A. Brown Mr. DelberT A. Brown came To New Albany High School in i946 and TaughT biology and maThemaTics unTil l95l. AT ThaT Time he iniTiaTed The guidance program and served as senior counselor unTil his appoinTmenT To The principalship in l954. Mr. Marvin Oakes AppoinTed assisTanT principal in l959, Mr Marvin Oakes serves as one of Two adminisTraTive assisTanTs To The principal. ln addiTion To his job as assisTanT principal, Mr. Oakes also serves as senior counselor. Mr. Fred Hochmeister Joining The sTaTT of NAHS i7 years ago, Mr. Fred l-lochmeisTer has several jobs To Tend To besides his job as assisTanT principal. Among Mr. l-lochmeisTer's oTher duTies are being Treasurer of all exTracurricular acTiviTies and be- ing business manager of The aTh- leTic deparTmenT. Counselors Helping the freshmen plan their curricular activi- ties for their four years at NAHS is Mrs. Dorothy Motsinger, freshman counselor. She also serves as sophomore counselor. Junior counselor, Mr. Stanley Saiko, works with the iuniors in planning their final two years at NAHS. He checks with iuniors to make sure they have the proper requirements for graduation. The seniors' "helping hand" is Mr. Marvin Oakes. Seniors wanting to check credits, rating in their class or information on colleges and schol- arships look to Mr. Oakes for assistance. 26 i Deans Serving New Albany High School as counselor deans are Miss Lucile Paris and Mr. Robert Will- man. Other duties of the deans, besides counsel- ing are attendance and student welfare, which include student loans. Miss Paris is also club coordinator for New Albany High School's thirty-eight clubs. Mr. Willman 'works with New Albany High School student leaders as Student Council sponsor. Miss Paris and Mr. Willman serve together as sophomore class counselors, helping Mrs. Mot- dngen ecreta ries Three who have Three ot the biggest iobs at NAHS are Miss Jane Cutler, secretary To The principal, Mrs. Alice Tru- deau, secretary to Mr. Hoch- meisterg and Mrs. Voncile Nix, secretary in The general office. They can be found at their iobs on Saturdays and . ,.,,i M.. during The summer months. Nurse Patch tests, vision tests, hear- ing tests are only a small part of the average school day Tor Mrs. Anna Samples, school nurse. One of the proiects of The clinic is keeping a complete health record of every NAHS student. Mrs. Samples received her nursing degree from Ball Me- morial Hospital School of Nurs- , ing, Muncie, Indiana. i Serving NAHS as cafeteria workers for the 195'-7,60 school year are Row 1: Naomi Badger, Gertrude McMahel, Lelia Martin, Beulah Edwards, Margaret Jones, Millie Skaggs, Hazel Lukemeir. Row 2: Margeret Hoak, Anna Carr, Mary Medlock, Nellie Zimmerman, Helen Johnson, Gladys Baumann, Bertha Utrecthe, Dona Chaney, Marie Graybrook. 27 BARBARA KAY ADAMS VISTA Peo les Editor Quill and Scroll Future 1 p I I Teachers, program committee and executive com- mittee, French Club, News Bureau Staff, Junior and Senior Boosters, Music Appreciation JILL ADAMS National Honor Societ Speakers Student Council Y, , I Valedictorian, Tri-Hi-Y, Cards, Announcements, Cap, and Gown Committee, chairman, Junior Boosters SARA JANE ADAMS Speakers, Band, Radio, GAA, treasurer, Student Council, Spanish Club, JCL BUD AGNEW Junior and Senior Executive Committee, Football, Wrestling, Varsity N, Hi-Y, president ROBERT MAURICE AKERS Basketball, Hi-Y, DE CYNTHIA LEE ALLEN JCL, co-consul, Tri-Hi-Y, chaplain, Student Theatre, Band, National Honor Society, Radio, "Boy Friend" IONA LEE ANDERSON JCL, Junior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y JOE R. ANDERSON Band, Electronics Club, treasurer SHARON ANSHUTZ rses vice resident and president- Speak Future Nu , -p , - ers, treasurer, Student Council, JCL, Hoosier Girls' State 28 I REBECCA ANN APPLEGATE French Club, JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, Bookstore, Cards, An- nouncements, Cap and Gown Committee JUDITH LEE ARNOLD Student Theatre, Art Club, vice-president, Radio, Music Appreciation, librarian DAVID ATKINS HELENA BADGER Freshman Dramatics, Tri-Hi-Y, Photography Club, Junior and Senior Executive Committee CHARLES K. BAILEY Football, Track, Band, Electronics Club JAMES BAILEY Basketball, Track, Cross Country, Hi-Y, chaplain ROSEMARY BALDAUF National Honor Society, Student Theatre, Scholar- ship N, Radio RICHARD LOUIS BALL Football ROBERT EUGEN E BALLEW JULIA BARKER Future Teachers, Choir JANET SUE BARNETT Junior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, Student Council, VISTA, JCL STEPHEN LYNN BARON Ill Hoosier Boys' State, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Tennis, Debate Club, Bowling Club, WNAS Sportscaster CHARLENE BOMAN Tri-Hi-Y, Bel Canto, State Music Contest, Senior Boosters CHESTER W. BOMAN Electronics Club, Sergeant at Arms, Bowling Club MELVIN BONEBRAKE Varsity N, Rifle Team, Rifle Club, vice-president PATRICIA FAITH BONIFER Student Theatre, Bel Canto, Speakers, president, Radio, Junior Executive Committee, National Honor Society, Scholarship N JULIA ANN BOONE Concert Choir, State Music Contest, Future Nurses, recording secretary, JCL, Scholarship N DENNIS BOSTOCK Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y NORBERT R. BOSTOCK Football, Baseball, Varsity N, Hi-Y POLLY ANN BRADFORD Junior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, president, Student Council SUZANNE M. BRAITLING Future Nurses, JCL, Rifle Club, Senior Boosters JANIE MARIE BRANDENBURG Junior and Senior Boosters, Scholarship N, VISTA, Tri-Hi-Y, secretary, VISTA, Bel Canto, secretary, Con- cert Choir, State Music Contest ROGER BREEDING Baseball, Bowling Club, Hi-Y DAVID MICHEAL BREWER Senior Executive Committee, Golf Team, Bowling, Hi-Y, vice-president, Varsity N DORIS JEAN BARTH Tri-Hi-Y, chaplain and secretary, Senior Boosters Blotter IRIS DALE BARTLE Freshman Dramatics, JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer MARY RUTH BERNARDI Junior Boosters, VISTA, Circulation Manager, Senior Boosters, Music Appreciation, president, Tri-Hi-Y, Quill and Scroll, Student Council JAMES TERRY BILBRO Football, Track, Bowling, Varsity N, Rifle Club, Hi-Y JERRY WAYNE BLACKMAN Rifle Club, DE BARBARA RUTH BLAIR Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters WALTER EDWARD BLINE Varsity N, Track, Cross Country, Rifle Team, Football JANET MARIE BOHANON Music Appreciation, Tri-Hi-Y EDWIN BOLING Band, Hi-Y 29 I PATRICIA KAY BYERLEY Art Club, treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y JANET IRENE CARTER Tri-Hi-Y, chaplain, Bel Canto, Senior Boosters, Con- cert Choir, DE, state and local historian, Student Council MARY A. CATULLO Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA CHARLES CHASE Radio, Science Club, Radio Club., Art Club, Debate Club, Swimming JUDITH ANN CHILDRESS Tri-Hi-Y, vice-president, Student Council, Senior Boosters, Executive Council, Senior Executive Com- mittee, Maiorette JOHN RAYMOND CLARK Hi-Y, president, Photography Club, Wrestling JUDITH ANN COCHRAN Junior Boosters, FBLA DONALD LEE COHN JCL, Debate Club, president, Science Seminar, State Math Contests, National Honor Society SUSAN JEAN COLBY Hoosier Girls' State, JCL, Speakers, Student Theatre, National Honor Society, Art Club, Student Council 30 ALEXANDRIA K. BRICKEY Tri-Hi-Y, chaplain, Science Club, Student Theatre, Music Appreciation ELDORA BRIGHT Square Dance, FHA Parliamentarian JAMES L. BROWN REBECCA SUE BROWN Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, treasurer, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Executive Committee, VISTA PATRICIA ANN BRYANT Tri-Hi-Y, Square Dance JUDITH ANNE BUDD FHA, Song Leader MARCELLA JO BUGBEE Bel Canto, Concert Choir, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y BETTY BURCH Junior Boosters, Music Appreciation, FBLA, Senior Boosters JAMES TAYLOR BURGER Square Dance, Electronics, Hi-Y RALPH P. BURGESS Rifle Club, Science Club, Hi-Y, Square Dance KENNETH WAYNE BURKHART Square Dance, Electronics Club RICHIE BURRES Wrestling, co-captain, Varsity N, Future Teachers, sergeant-at-a rms FRANK LEONARD COLVIN Concert Choir, president, French Club, president, Wranglers, Student Theatre, Journalism Club, vice- president, Scholarship N MICHAEL LOUIS COMBS DE DAVID NELSON CONDRA Hi-Y LUCY JO CONNER Bel Canto, publicity, maiorette, Cap, Gown, Cards, and Announcements Committee, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir, Junior and Senior Boosters, Wrestling Queen KENNETH M. CORLEY Electronics Club MICHAEL OWEN CORNELIUS Baseball, Basketball JOHN EDWARD COUSIN Basketball, Track, Baseball, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Football JOYCE FAE CRANE Bible Club JUDY MAE CRANE Bible Club JOSEPHINE M. CROSBY Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Spanish Club, sec- retary, Choir DAVID WILLIAM CRUMBO Wrangler Club, JCL, Student Council, president, Junior Class, president, Debate Club, Golf CAROLYN SUE CRUMP Junior Boosters, Future Nurses, Senior Boosters, Tri- Hi-Y, Choir JANE CUMMINS French Club CAROL JEANETTE CUNDIFF Student Council, Square Dance, DE, Tri-Hi-Y, Social Dance RONALD CUNNINGHAM BARBARA ANN CURTIS Social Dance, Square Boosters JOSEPH FRANKLIN DAILY MORTON DALE Bowling Club TIM DANIEL Bowling Club, Blotter MARVIN DOUGLAS DAVIS Dance Club RALPH DAVIS Dance Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior 3I RITA MAXINE DAY State Music Contest, Concert Choir, Bel Canto DOROTHY JEAN DELONG Junior and Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y vice-president, Student Council, Bel Canto, vice-president, Maior- ette, Senior Executive Committee, Scholarship N JUDY SHERLEE DEMPSTER Junior and Senior Boosters, Concert Choir SUSAN DEE DENNY Debate Club, historian, Junior and Senior Boosters, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y RONALD JAMES DETRICK Football, Wrestling, Track, Debate Club, Hi-Y, Science Club, Senior Executive Committee JUDY LAINE DEWEESE Square Dance, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters DOUGLAS A. DOHONEY Square Dance KENTON RILEY DOUGHTEN Debate Club, treasurer, Junior Executive Commit- tee, Golf, JCL, secretary RUTH HELEN DURBIN resident and vice resident VISTA Art Club, p -p , , artist, Bible Club, president, Student Council, Junior Boosters, Junior Executive Committee 32 TERRY LEE EASTRIDGE Music Appreciation, Tri-Hi-Y, Dance Club PATRICIA ANN EBLESISOR Photography Club, Dance Club, Square Dance, VISTA EARL R. ECKHART Photography Club, secretary, Blotter KATHLEEN JUNE EDWARDS Spanish Club, Square Dance DON L. ELLENBRAND SUSAN ELLSWORTH JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, Speakers, French Club CAROLYN SUE ELSLER Speakers, Bel Canto, Student Theatre, GAA, vice- president, Concert Choir, National Honor Society, Scholarship N DONALD J. ELWANGER Track, Cross Country EDWARD DALE ENDRES Senior Class president, Junior Class treasurer, H-i-Y, pgehsident, Track, Cross Country, Boys' State, Band, BECKY SUE ENGLEMAN Senior Executive Committee, Blotter, Assistant Editor, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior and Senior Boosters, Quill and Scroll, Indiana University Journalism Institute ROBERT E. ERDMAN Football RICHARD L. EVANS FFA 4 MICHAEL C. FUHRY Hi-Y, Swimming, Varsity N, Rifle Club DORIS JUNE FULKERSON Tri-Hi-Y, secretary, Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Bel Canto, Concert Choir JUNE YVONNE FULKERSON JCL, Junior Boosters, treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, Concert Choir, Bel Canto, Junior Execu- tive Committee DWALA SUE FUNK Tri-Hi-Y, president and secretary, Student Council, Band, Radio RONA ODETTE GARRIOTT Music Appreciation Club, Journalism Club, Bel Canto, Speakers, Concert Choir, secretary and treas- urer, National Honor Society CAROLYN JEANETTE GARVIN Senior Boosters, Freshman Dramatics JUDITH SUE GEHRING Tri-Hi-Y, chaplain, Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters AUDRA JUNE GILLIATT Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Future Nurses, Student Council PATRICIA A. GLEASON JCL, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y DOROTHY GOLDSMITH Freshman Dramatics, treasurer, Senior Boosters, executive committee, Tri-Hi-Y STEPHEN DOUGLAS GOODWIN Track, Swimming, Football, Bowling Club, Boys' Glee Club, Concert Choir MYRA GRANGIER Speakers, National Honor Society, Freshman Dra- matics, Music Appreciation Club, Senior Executive Committee, Student Council, Girls' State DWIGHT D. FARNSLEY Track, Basketball, Cross Country, Spanish Club treasurer, Varsity N, Senior Executive Committee SHIRLEY LORAINE FARNSLEY Bible Club, Future Teachers MARLIS RAE FESSEL Junior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters ELIZABETH ANNE FISH BACK Social Dance Club, Square Dance, French Club vice-president HARRY FLANIGAN Tennis, Hi-Y, JCL JANE FLOYD Square Dance, Social Dance Club, Girls' Bowling Club ORA FOSTER Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Future Nurses, secretary JAMES LOGAN FOWLER Student Theatre, Boys' Glee Club, Debate Club, JCL JOYCE MARIE FRANCIS Rifle, Rifle Club, Concert Choir 33 I MILLIE HAMPTON Cheerleader, Senior Boosters, Junior Boosters, Execu- tive Committee, FBLA publicity, Music Appreciation, treasu rer, Art Club CECELIA ANN HARDIN Junior Boosters, FBLA, Music Appreciation NANCY LORETTA HARLESS Freshman Dramatics, DE Music Appreciation, Tri- Hi-Y, Student Council KAREN D. HARMON JCL, Junior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, sec- retary, Art Club, Scholarship N JOYCE L. HARPE DE, Future Teachers CHARLES EDGAR HARRELL n Council treasurer Senior Class Treasurer SIUCIS I , 7 , Swimming, National Honor Society, Debate Club, vice-president, Radio ROBERT D. HARRIS Electronics Club, treasurer, Rifle Club TERRY LYNN HARRISON Music Appreciation, Art Club DAVID W. HARTER 34 VINCENT ANTHONY GRANTZ Square Dance LINDA LAVERNE GREEN Junior Boosters GEORGE GROSE Bible Club, Tennis JAMES GROSE Hi-Y, Square Dance, Social Dance Club JANET HABERMEL FHA MARGUERETTE HAENDIGES Future Teachers, Square Dance WILLIAM HAFNER Football, Track, Junior Executive Committee, Stu- dent Council, Varsity N, Hi-Y VICKI LEE HAHN Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Executive Committee, Quill and Scroll, VISTA, JCL JUDITH ELEANOR ANDERSON HALE E JCL, Consul and Gold Key Award, DAR Award, UN Pilgrimage, Bel Canto, treasurer, Speakers, National Honor Society THOMAS HALL Freshman Football LARRY HAMM, JR. JV Wrestling, Social Dance Club, Debate Club, DE JO HAMPTON Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Executive Commit- tee, Student Council, VISTA JAMES EDWIN HARTFIELD, JR. Basketball, Baseball, Football, Varsity N, Music Ap- preciation, VISTA, Sports Editor, Hi-Y JUDITH LYNN HARTFIELD Junior Boosters, Future Teachers, Bel Canto, Concert Choir, Senior Boosters, vice-president MARY ANN HASKINS Music Appreciation, secretary ADDIE ELIZABETH HATCHER Square Dance Club, FHA LARRY JAMES HAWKINS Varsity N, Football, Wrestling, Track, Hi-Y, Photog- raphy Club, president, Band JOHN PAUL HAYCOX Football, Square Dance, Electronics Club TED HEAVRIN Football DON HEID "King of Hearts"' GERALD WAYNE HENDRICH "Boy Friend," "Snow White," Student Theatre, Rifle JOSEPH IRVIN HICKEY, JR. RONALD HICKOX TOM HOFFMAN Square Dance THOMAS RALPH HOLTON National Honor Society, JCL, Wranglers, Bowling Club, treasurer, Hi-Y, chaplain, WNAS, sportscaster, Debate Club PATRICIA K. HOSEA Senior Boosters, JCL, Music Appreciation DONNA KAY HOUSE JCL, Freshman Dramatics, president, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters, Student Council JOE HUBBARD Football, Social Dance Club, Square Dance SANDRA JEAN HUEBEL Junior Executive Committee, Student Council, Sen- ior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Social Dance Club CARL W. HUMPHREY GENE HUTCHENS Hi-Y, Track, Football LARRY INGRAM Wrestling, Football, Rifle Club, Hi-Y BETTY JEAN JACK Band, Tri-Hi-Y, Future Nurses, Dance Club, Cap, Gown, Cards and Announcements Committee 35 JAMES E. JEFFER Square Dance, DE, president, FBLA SAM JEFFERS Bible Club SH ELDON V. JENNINGS Boys' Glee Club, Concert Choir, Journalism Club, secretary-treasurer, Wranglers, Student Theatre, vice- president WILLIAM JOHNSON Football TOMMY JOLLY Hi-Y, president, Baseball, Junior Executive Com- mittee BONNIE SUE JONAS Tri-Hi-Y, secretary, JCL, Dance Club, Senior Boosters TRACY LEO JOY JOE KAISER ARTHUR RICHARD KANNAPEL Electronics Club, Stamp Club 36 DENZEL KELLER KITTY SUE KELLEY National Honor Society, Scholarship N, Radio, Tri- Hi-Y, JCL GOLDIE LOU KENT Senior Boosters, JCL, Executive Committee, Fresh- man Dramatics, program chairman DONALD KERBER HARRY E. KIME Student Council, vice-president, JCL, aedile LEON KING JAN KIRK Junior Class' Secretary, Speakers, secretary, Tri-Hi-Y state secretary, I.H.S.P.A., VISTA, Activities Editor Quill and Scroll JESSE FLOYD KNIGHT Bible Club, JCL, Football, Wrestling NOBERT F. KOOPMAN CHARLENE MALLORY KORTE JCL, DE, Tri-Hi-Y JIM KRON Science Club, Electronics Club, Square Dance JAMES HOWARD LADUKE Baseball, Bookstore DAVID LILLY GENE LIND Spanish Club, Basketball PHYLLIS ANN LIPSEY Dramatics, Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA GLORIA LOCKHART JCL, Bel Canto RICHARD LOCKWOOD Basketball LUCY VAUGHN LODDE JCL, Student Council, Bel Canto, Junior and Senior Boosters OLIVIA JUANITA LONGEST Dramatics, FBLA, Cards, Announcements, Cap and Gown Committee CARL V. LOWETH Boys' Glee Club, Hi-Y, Scholarship N, Hoosier Boys' State PARKER LOWETH Concert Choir, FBLA, Track, Boys' Glee Club, Music Contest HOWARD R. LYNCH Hi-Y BRENDA MacLEAN Bible Club, treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Boosters, Concert Choir DONALD W. MCAFEE Varsity N, president, Hi-Y, treasurer, Basketball, Track, Boys' State FRANK E. LANE Senior Executive Committee, JCL, Debate Club, Football ALVIN LANG FFA, secretary and president, State Farmer, District Star Farmer FORREST HARROLD LANNING Debate Club, Rifle Club, Bowling Club, president, Cross Country, Track PATSY LARBERG Freshman Dramatics, Art Club, Senior Boosters LILLIE RUTH LAVERY Senior Boosters, Choir, JCL, Spanish Club, National Honor Society NORMA JEAN LAWSON Journalism Club, FBLA ROBERT EDWARD LEE Hi-Y, Executive Committee DESIRE F. LETE MAURICE A. LETHCO Baseball 37 CAROLYN SUE MANN Future Teachers, Art Club, Senior Boosters DAVID L. MANN Concert Choir, French Club, Boys' Glee Club, treas- urer, Wrestling, Student Theatre, "Peter Pan," "Boy Friend," Hi-Y SUSAN LUCILLE MANNING FHA BRENDA JEAN MARCUM Square Dance, Tri-Hi-Y, Bible Club, Future Nurses, Dance Club CHARLES D. MARSH Varsity N, vice-president, Junior and Senior Execu- tive Committee, Baseball, Hi-Y, secretary, "Bache- lor of the Year," Student Council, Concert Band and Choir PATRICIA ANN MARTEL Tri-Hi-Y RONALD MARTIN KAREN DIANA MARX Band, GAA, president, vice-president and sports manager, Spanish Club, State Music Contest, Music N MARY MASON Bel Canto, president, Speakers, Student Theatre, National Honor Society, Senior Class, secretary, Stu- dent Council, Junior and Senior Executive Commit- tee JOHN E. MCCUNE Band, Rifle Club, Square Dance JO ANN MCCUTCHAN JCL, Freshman Dramatics, Junior and Senior Boosters, Art Club, Tri-Hi-Y DON MCGUIRE I I 38 JAMES H. MICKSCHL Band, Tennis, Varsity N MORRIS MIDDLETON Hi-Y, Student Council LINDA MIFFLIN Future Teachers, DE, Dance Club BARBARA ANN MILLER Tri-Hi-Y, vice-president, Alpha Merit Award, Junior and Senior Boosters, Radio, Student Program Di- rector, Scholarship N CAROLYN SUE MILLER I JCL J. ARLISS MILLER Football, Bowling Club, Varsity N, Hi-Y, Wrestling LARRY LYNN MILLER Wranglers, Science Club, vice-president, Debate Club, Rifle Club, Student Council, Scholarship N, Boys' State alternate LINDA JOYCE MILLER JCL, Spanish Club, Orchestra LLOYD MILLER PATRICIA NEAL Music Appreciation, Senior Boosters WILLIAM E. NEAL, Jr. NANCY RUTH NIX National Honor Society, JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, secretary MARY LYNN NUNEMACHER Senior Boosters, Executive Committee, Junior Boosters, DE, vice-president and publicity, Tri-Hi-Y, Journalism Club, DE State Convention BARBARA LEA OAKES Dance Club, Senior Boosters, FBLA MELVA KAY OATES JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer and vice-president, Student Theatre, secretary, Speakers, Girls' State, alternate, Scholarship N, National Honor Society JANICE V. OGDEN Tri-Hi-Y, JCL JACK PARK JCL, aedile, Debate Club, vice-president, Junior and Senpr Executive Committee, Student Council, Stamp Club, treasurer ' RUTH PARR JCL, Music Appreciation Club MARK L. MILLER SHELIA ANN MILLER VISTA, Assistant Peoples Editor, News Bureau Staff, Future Teachers, vice-president and president, Bible Club, DE, Radio, Quill and Scroll LINDA K. MILLS Junior Boosters, JCL, Dramatics, vice-president, Sen- ior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, president SHARON MAUREEN MILTENBERGER National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Junior and Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, VISTA, Business Manager, Indiana University Journalism Institute, Voice of Democracy Contest, second place JEANETTA M. MITCHELL Dramatics, Music Appreciation, GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, Span- ish Club, Senior Boosters CHARLES R. MONEY Football, Wrestling, Varsity N, Hi-Y, Tumbling Club LINDA KAY MONIHON Bel Canto, Bible Club, secretary, Concert Choir, Scholarship N, GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Boosters PHYLLIS MAE MOON Band, Bible Club, Tri-Hi-Y, GAA BONNIE JO MOUSER MARY PATRICIA MURPHY JCL, Junior Boosters, Future Nurses, Speakers, vice- president, Student Theatre DARRELL EDWARD NASH Bowling Club, Boys' Glee Club, Debate Club, Cross Country, Hi-Y THOMAS CLARKSON HAYS JCL, Spanish Club 39 WAYNE PARROTT SANDRA PATE Journalism Club, Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters BU DDY PATTERSON ANN CAROL PAULSEN Student Theatre, president, Speakers, Radio, Tri- Hi-Y, president and vice-president, Girls' State, Na- tional Honor Society, Junior and Senior Executive Committees DARLENE ANN PAYNE Band, JCL, Speakers, Music Contest, Scholarship N STEVE PAYNE FFA MARTHA JANE PAYTON JCL, Future Teachers DAVID A. PECK Rifle Club, Basketball MARLENE PEERS Junior and Senior Boosters 40 LARRY PENNINGTON Music Appreciation, Band, Student Council, Track, Rifle Club, Bowling Club GLENN LEE PERKINS Rifle Team, student manager, Square Dance Club Varsity N, Bowling Club MARGIE PERKINS Tri-Hi-Y, Junior and Senior Boosters NORMAN H. PERKINS Rifle Club LARRY WILLIAM PETERS Photography Club, vice-president, Science Club, Hi-Y JUDY LYNN PEYTON Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Boosters, president, Senior Boosters, Bel Canto, VISTA, Quill and Scroll SANDRA LEE PHELPS Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Boosters, JCL, Speakers, VISTA Quill and Scroll LORETTA RUTH PIERCE RICHARD S. POSLEY Track, Cross Country, Art Club JIM H. POTTER Track, Rifle, Art Club MARILYN JANE POTTS Junior Boosters, Speakers, Student Critic, Bookstore CAROL PRINCE Square Dance, Senior Boosters I I I JUANITA ANN REAS Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer, DE, FBLA PENNY ROSALIND REAS FTA, president, treasurer, and program committee, Student Council, Senior Boosters, Junior Boosters LAWRENCE EDWIN RICHERT Football, Wranglers, Student Theatre, Concert Choir, Scholarship N, Bible Club, chaplain LINDA KAY RICHERT Student Council, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Executive Committee CONNIE JO RIEDLEY JCL, Square Dance Club, Girls' Bowling Club, sec- retary SHARON RILEY Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, Senior Boosters, Journalism Club LARRY ROBERSON FFA, treasurer and reporter LARRY DELRUE ROBERTS Hi-Y, Tennis, Cards, Announcements, Cap and Gown Committee PAUL DAVID ROBERTS Swimming, Varsity N, VISTA, Editor-in-Chief, Rifle, Baseball, Quill and Scroll, Indiana University, Jour- nalism Institute DAVID RAY ROBY Bowling Club ROBERT ROY ROBY DONNA D. ROEDERER Journalism Club, Debate Club, DE, publicity BILL PROCTOR Rifle Club, Golf, Track, Music Appreciation, Bowling Club MARILYN SUE PURCELL Stamp Club, Junior Boosters, Spanish Club, Girls' Bowling Club LEE PURLEE French Club, Track, manager, Basketball, manager JUDITH ANN RAISOR GLORIA JEAN RALSTON Square Dance, Bible Club, Tri-Hi-Y PHYLLIS RAN EY Cheerleader, captain, Bel Canto, sergeant-at-arms, Freshman-Sophomore Prom Queen, Homecoming Queen, Student Theatre, Concert Choir, Music Con- test SHARON RASOR Bible Club ROBERT RATLIFF CAROLYN KAY RAYMER FHA, Tri-Hi-Y 4I DAVE SCHRODER Blotter Editor, Dance Club, Dramatics Club, presi- dent, French Club, Debate Club, Scholarship N, Quill and Scroll RONALD J. SCHROEDER Science Club, Dance Club JUDY SCHULZ FBLA DAVID SCOTT JCL, Rifle Club, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Concert Choir MARLYN JANE SHIELDS Stamp Club, Spanish Club, Junior Boosters, Scholar- ship N NANCY ELIZABETH SHINE Freshman Dramatics, JCL, Science Club, Historian, Debate Club, Band, Future Teachers, secretary, State Music Contest BILLY SHIREMAN ROBERT EDWARD SHROYER Rifle Club, JCL, Science Club, Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y ELSA JANE SIMMON Speakers, Bel Canto, Art Club, Student Theatre, Con- cert Choir, National Honor Society 42 MICHAEL WAYNE ROLLINS Wranglers, Swimming, Debate, Student Council, Cross Country, Track, Junior Executive Committee ROSEMARY ELAINE ROSCOE Junior and Senior Boosters BEVERLY ROUCK Concert Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters EDWARD ROUSE Football, Basketball, Track, Cross Country, Rifle Club, vice-president, Hi-Y ALFREDA RUSSELL FHA, GAA BILLIE L. RUTLEDGE Art Club, vice-president, Dance Club DONALD WAYN E SAD DLER TEMPLE M. SARLES Science Club, secretary-treasurer, Chess Club, Stamp Club MARY JO SAYLOR Scholarship N, DE, Tri-Hi-Y GEROLD DENTON SCHLEICHER Student Theatre, treasurer, Cross Country, Wres- tling, Bible Club, Hi-Y, Rifle Club PHYLLIS ANN SCHMITT Student Theatre, JCL, Speakers, Radio, Junior Boost- ers, Tri-Hi-Y, Freshman Dramatics MARILYN ANN SCHMITZER Freshman Dramatics, JCL, Junior Boosters, Speakers, Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society BOB SINGLETON Student Council Baseball Bowlin Club Varsit N, , I 9 I Y Hi-Y, president, VISTA WILLIAM RAY SLONE Music Appreciation, Sergeant-at-Arms, Basketball, VISTA VIC M. SLUSSER Hi-Y BARBARA LUCILLE SMITH GAA, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y CHARLES E. SMITH Rifle, Rifle Club JOHN SMITH JAMES M. SNOOK Art Club, Hi-Y, Senior Executive Committee WAYNE SPATIG Radio Club, president, Radio, Engineer, Electronics Club ROBERT KEITH SPEEDY Hi-Y BETTY RUTH SPERZEL GEORGE EDDIE SPRIGLER MARY JANE SPRINKLE Freshman Dramatics, Bible Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Blotter, News Editor CONNIE STEPRO JCL, GAA, DE ALLAN W. STEWART Track, Cross Country, Hi-Y, Science Club, historian STELLA CATH ERINE STEWART Student Council, Junior Executive Committee, Boost ers, JCL, Tri-Hi-Y, sergeant-at-arms, Blotter JACQUE STEYN Varsity N, Swimming, Tennis, Wranglers, president Hi-Y, historian, Senior Executive Committee, Tum- bling Club DAVID STICKELS Bowling Club, Science Club LYNN STINNETT Senior Boosters, FHA, vice-president IDA SUE STONE Journalism Club, Future Nurses, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, vice-president, VISTA JANICE LYNN STONE Bel Canto, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y, Concert Choir CHARLES STRAW Football, DE 43 PHILIP L. SUMNER Basketball, manager, Freshman Football CARL SUTTON JUDY SWAN Art Club, president ROSALIND SWEENEY Future Teachers, Square Dance Club SUE TAYLOR Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters, Music Appreciation LUCIE JANE THOMAS JCL, Art Club, Junior Boosters, Senior Boosters GARRY THOMPSON JACK THOMPSON Baseball, Cross Country, Hi-Y BOB THURMAN 44 I g I PATRICIA IRENE TIMBERLAKE Senior Boosters, Journalism Club, Tri-Hi-Y, sergeant- at-arms DONALD WAYNE TRAVIS Football, Track, Varsity N, sergeant-at-arms, Student Council, Hi-Y, sergeant-at-arms RICHARD TRESENRITER Varsity N, Student Theatre, treasurer, National Honor Society, Radio, Hi-Y, Swimming, Track, manager JERRY GLENN TUSH Hi-Y JUDITH KAREN UMBRIET Tri-Hi-Y, president, Speakers, JCL, Junior Executive Committee, Student Council, Delegate Hoosier Girls' State JERRY L. UPPLING Football, Science Club, president, Track BEVERLY ANN VALLANDINGHAM Tri-Hi-Y, DE VIRGINIA RAE VARBLE Junior Boosters, Student Council, Junior Executive Committee, Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y BARRY LOUIS VOLZ Hi-Y, vice-president, Swimming, Student Council, Football, Sports Editor, Blotter CHARLES WADE LINDA FAY WAGNER Tri-Hi-Y VIRGINIA L. WALKE-R JCL, Co-editor, GAA, Tri-Hi-Y, Blotter, Feature Editor, Debate Club, Quill and Scroll SANDRA JEAN WELDON JCL, Square Dance, GAA JUDITH WENTZELL Bel Canto, Concert Choir, JCL, Senior Boosters MORRIS WENZLER Hi-Y, Football, Co-captain, Wrestling, Track, Var- sity N JERRY WHEAT Hi-Y JERRY WHITAKER Bowling Club, Track, Square Dance BEVERLY JOY WHITTINGHILL Senior Executive Committee, Concert Choir, Bible Club, vice-president, Junior and Senior Boosters, FBLA, Tri-Hi-Y STARR WHITTINGHILL Senior and Junior Boosters, Executive Committee, Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer, Junior Executive Committee, VISTA, Managing Editor, Quill and Scroll, Indiana University Journalism Institute, JV Queen Candidate LARRY WILKINS Student Council, treasurer, Senior Class, Vice-presi- dent, Band, Drum Maior, Wranglers, Science Club, National Honor Society WILLIAM R. WILLIAMSON Wrestling, Bowling Club CAROLE WILLIS Tri-Hi-Y, Future Teachers GERRI WILSON Tri-Hi-Y, FBLA LARRY WILSON Football, Hi-Y, Square Dance GARY WAYNE WALLBA UM Hi-Y, treasurer, Student Theatre, Cross Country, Radio Concert Choir, Senior Executive Committee Boys' Glee Club JANET SUE WALTER Tri-Hi-Y, DE THOMAS WALTER DE FRED WARNEKE Band, JCL, Hi-Y, Stamp Club, vice-president SHARON KAY WARREN Junior and Senior Boosters, Tri-Hi-Y JOHN EDWARD WATE C. KAY WEBER Junior and Senior Boosters, Girls' Bowling Club, treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y DANNY WEIGLEB Spanish Club, sergeant-at-arms, Science Club DONNA WEIGLEB Concert Choir, Spanish Club, vice-president, Bible Club 45 I RALPH LEON WRIGHT Basketball, Hi-Y RONNIE YARBROUGH Swimming, Football, Baseball STEPHEN EDWARD YEAGER Student Council, Rifle Club, PRO, Hi-Y, secretary, Radio, Wrestling EVANGELINE MAE YOUNG Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters RONNIE YOUNG Varsity N, Rifle Club, president, Rifle, Football, Hi-Y JAMES ZAHN Track, Hi-Y REGINA ANN ZELLER Square Dance JAN MARIE ZIMMERMAN LETTY LYNN ZIPP Future Teachers, Square Dance, Cap, Gown, Cards, and Announcements Committee 46 LEWIS WILSON Band, Hi-Y, treasurer and chaplain TOM WILSON Band, Hi-Y BARBARA RUTH WIMP RICHARD L. WIMP Square Dance, Bible Club, Tennis, Golf NANCY WISE BO WOLFE Swimming, Varsity N, Junior Class Vice-President, Hi-Y, JCL, Football PAMOLA SUE WOLFE Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Boosters THOMAS WOLFE Swimming, Student Council, Varsity N, JCL, Base- ball, Track, Tennis PHILIP WOOD Baseball, French Club, Rifle Club CARL WILLIAM WOODS Band, Bowling Club JOHN L. WREGE Football, Golf DONNA WRIGHT Freshman Dramatics, president, FBLA, Junior and 'Senior Executive Committee, Student Council 3 K :six . ,. ' L W 5-P f .ga fig f A Sa- - f New X j A x - is ug, . 1,3 ig lig-fix is . 5522 ,M X4 x. Q V f ,QR - Q ff J A 4 gx gy, 5:3 A5553-1a:g , fff, in K 'Q xx 'ffiimf 5, x -' Yr m 1:3 . , XT Q3 ,ig fax? ' If 1fir1i?5'a9?1,-J, . VXI : cv Q iz. W ' : 2' A fs . ,- Q -vii - , 4 W iii 3 1 , ff, if A 1 wzyfzem . , .. ' " f fa r Ag-X K x My ,nzgsafugp A -MNH QPSM . 'fo , I 4 . L. W A A z 5 il A :Sf - ' L as Q gage' g .gig A 5 1 Ky' XR -FIN - xg Qi? NS YQVJSE' QWXYX gi. W1 W 1 L QASXWI' is Q . AQ 5 .. 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Stubblelield Dorothy Tankisley Sharon Tetrick Evelyn Morris Thomas Peggy Thomas Freshmen org Vickie Spatig Bonnie Spencer Richard Spencer igler tephens Stephens Rick Stepro Bill Stewart Jim Stiner Peggy Sumner Trudy Stults Elaine Sturgeon Thomas David Thompson Jimmy Thompson Judy Thompson Pete Totten Mike Wimsott Betty Wilhoite JoAnn Wright Vickie Wright Sharon Wulf Barrett Zahn Kenny Zahn Jerry Zimmerman Dorothy Trovillian Donna Troutmon Norman Tully Robert Turbeyille David Turner Carol Uland Ellen Vaughn Bill Waggoner Lettie Walker Mary Kay Walker Peggy Walls Beverly Waits Laverne Wathen Barbara Weber Barbara Weigleb John Weigleb Steve Welch Janet Wells Janet Wheat Donald Wheatley Bob White Evelyn White Elizabeth Whiteside Judy Whitworth Louis Whitworth Nancy Whitman Earl Wiggims Joyce Williams Lloyd Williams Johnny Willman Betty Wilson Brenda Wilson Jerry Wilson Joyce Wilson Ted Wilson Phyllis Wimp Officers of the senior class have a conference with senior sponsors, Miss Ann Wells and Mr. Marvin Oakes. Officers are Eddie Endres, president, Larry Wilkins, vice-president, Mary Mason, secretary, Charles Harrell, TVGGSUFQVA Junior Class Sponsors Mrs. Virginia Biggerstaff and Stan Sajko look over Junior Class officers as they prepare for Junior-Senior Prom. Officers are: Jim Dickman, president, Sam McGee, vice-pres- ident, Linda Skinner, secretary, Nancy Whitlock, treasurer. 63 L r "b 1 Q K -bf ,:,,,ni3i5 -A gn fffs 4 fy .......,., H1 5 , 1 si' Qu A 1 X R f ,Q , ..,. .. Q i-iii I' 'S ,ff . .,. Hfivi 1 if 1, Q .-'+'-'-Q-.v....,, 'f---m.v..y.M,..Q,,,M 3 Mm-..,,,,, avi.. f 315 -pq, a 0 - X M6-W.-.N -ws xx n 53 x 65 Scholarship N's were awarded to 20 freshmen, 38 sophomores, 16 iuniors, and 23 seniors at the end of the first SSYTWSSTEF. Scholarship N Scholarship N's, one of the highest awards for good students are given out in an assem- bly in front of the students respective classes. ln order to earn these awards, students must have tour A's tor the semester average in tour solid subjects or four A's and one B in tive solid subiects. There were 78 students that qualified tor Scholarship N's the first semester. This year, tor the first time, those who have won a number of Scholarship N's received gold bars on their most recent award denoting the num- ber ot N's they have earned. 66 Linda Richert an from Mr. Brown. d Donald Cohn receive their Scholarship National Honor Society One of the oldest high school honorary societies, the National Honor Society is in its 38th year. New Albany has had a chapter since l946. Persons selected for this group must be outstanding in tour qualitiesg Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and service. Five per cent of the iunior class and ten per cent of the senior class are selected each year for membership by a committee ot faculty members. An induction ceremony is held in the audi- torium tor the new members. They are pre- sented with a gold pin, a membership card and a certificate of initiation. National Honor Society members take time out from a busy scholastic day to pose for a VISTA picture. 67 Speech ll members prepare props for the "Boyfriend." Academic For students planning to go to college to further their education, the Academic Curriculum is de- signed to meet the requirements tor college en- trance or for other advanced training. Approxi- mately 4OC7, of the student body elect this as their curriculum. They must have two major and two minors, these may be earned in any of the follow- ing groups: language, math, social studies, English and science. Students should decide which school they plan to attend and find out its requirements, then plan their studies accordingly. Miss Ranck's Latin class studies a map of Latin countries. 68 TV history classes have group discussions after watching the program. ig LSR : . , Q SH xg i Qs! 4 'SX SNES! Q N if ' 1. Y Q? E N ,ww Lim XT - " Sh vm N 4' . f L xi'ii,fff"xfflQE N . si V A 1 I N Q i i f gy.: XA XM X i . -5 xx ...fy-Q , NK 1 E K MSX XX I X Q A- 5665 X NRA X . 1 -. Y A KM .Sak A l - Wxssf sv iq X .:.s , U K -f E X .xi-N A Z. . A X ks x if 0-1 .- . 1 N QP GW 'IX 'H f ' 'n 'Ha W we ,,,.,,.vJ A-ar F K f ,. f 'Riff 1, x . f v , rw, 3 Y f E 2 waz wp, . Y vu-snug ,,wWV F 14 ' yy L PZ gifs K 1, Q 'YW' Q . .. . M q K gs 141 xii mmmm:.iAA mlx R I NQ3'syg.Q if f g1:,,. k ,Hr , , SET, ,X , 5115! cj if , ' if .mm fi i a, if M . Q4 1 Q46 NIL: Ye Q if-M 7 Y? an ? Jane Adams, Torn Holton, and Ann Paulsen prepare to broadcast radio program. 70 MRS. LAURA MELLON LOUIS S. JENSEN Social Studies MISS JOYCE KNIGHT English CHARLES LAMB English MRS. IRMA D. LAMBERT Mathematics DONALD LOUGHMILLER Mathematics MRS. BETTYLEE MARQUIS English FORREST MCCAFFRY Social Studies Latin Business Education MISS MILASENT MITCHELL I Social Studies Chemistry students set up experiment on passing electrons through water. Mr. McCaffry, by use of charts, explains good and bad government to three of his students. x . 3.5-. xl .X 139 X ' Q SQKSX :g ill Sm ,SQ Q1 N . LLLL ,Q Q W x X i' ii ay . NN mM, N--ul-S it X f Q was L S fi Y S K wg . . , ,,4.?', L A 5? f ,. Jw S X FA A, E X wx-Q . ,X. 329 iv a 1-,fe Qvq if 9 I' XXX xx X X3 .xxx w X X X X ff K W 1 f', 'l ,ff f 1, - 1 :A ' ' f ' , f 1 1' , fel , 6 I , fgfVbr. ,f Q K f ' 4, ' LL? Q4 ,. ' wr 73 egg? A41 K fi M, M A Q, lifbfiz. .L k .N -:-L .25 . ,ry A 1 , ki f ,, W 251' gk. A gri- , -EQ is I ,ig 'Q A ' Proving classical experiments is one of the most interesting parts These girls are learning to drive safely and cour- teously in the school's dual control car. They are under the supervision of Mr. Louis Jensen. of this physics laboratory. 72 En lish students look over articles and 9 pictures on bulletin boards. Mathematics English NORMAN M. SMITH MISS JUANITA SPENCER MISS EVA STEPHENSON Mathematics MISS OLLETA TYLER English RICHARD WARDELL English THOMAS G. WEATHERSTON Speech, English MISS SHIRLEY ANN WELLS English, Librarian CHARLES WILLIS Radio General Students who wish to take additional electives during high school and still meet their requirements for graduation take the general curriculum. These students do not study languages or advanced mathe- matics. Their only required subiects are those neces- sary to graduate. They may choose any electives they desire. This curriculum is planned for students who do not plan to attend college, but it their grades are satisfactory and they are in the upper halt ot the class, they may attend college should they change their plans. 3:1 Papier machd covers the desk of beginning art students as they make model figures in preparation for advanced art. Mr. Carter accompanies the Beginning Choir as they practice a number for the annual Christmas concert. Journalism l students, instructed by Mr. Robert Bonshire, proofread style books as their class project. 73 MRS. DOROTHY D. BICKERS Science MRS. VIRGINIA BIGGERSTAFF Art ROBERT E. CARTER Choral Director MISS AUVIA FISCHER Safety, Health JOHN GIVENS Biology FLOYD HENRY Physical Education, First Aid, Safety MISS SUE HUGHES Physical Education MISS JESSIE MCCRACKEN Librarian Informal talks before classmates develop poise and confi- dence of speech students. 74 Miss Fischer points out details of the heart structure to freshman health stu- dents. Pupils dissecting crayfish learn basic body structures in biology class. MISS MARIAN E. MIDDLETON Librarian MRS. DOROTHY MOTSINGER Social Studies A. FIELDER MYERS Director ot Instrumental Music STANLEY SAJKO Biology ERWIN STEINKAMP Biology ALEX THOM Athletic Director PHILIP H. THRASHER Physical Education, Health One of the many activities of the girls' gym class is folk dancing. Shown here are the girls dancing to "Old Susanna." Mr. Chambers directs concert band in rehearsal for Spring Concert. 75 Advanced drafting student finds it takes much time and patience to become skilled in his work. JAMES R. WARD Vocational Agriculture JAMES E. WILLIAMS General Shop THOMAS YEAGER Woodshop 76 Mrs. Martha Lopp's sewing students start by pinning patterns on material. Newly equipped kitchens added to the convenience of students in cooking class. Vocational The vocational curriculum at N.A. is divided into six groups of study: building trades, elec- trical trades, machines trades, printing trades, agriculture, and homemaking. These curricula provide intensive training and lead to special competence in the area of study selected by the student. There are no electives in the trades courses, and the students must have a "C" average in lndustrial arts in order to enter vocational studies. HARLEY FRANCIS Drafting ALBERT GELHBACH Printing MRS. MILDRED JOHNSON Home Economics ROBERT KETZNER General Planning, Drafting MRS. MARTHA LOPP MISS KATHRYN MURRAY Home Economics Home Economics ROBERT PETRY Electricity, Mathematics Vocational Agriculture EMIL W. ROSS Vocational Machine Shop Printing students prepare many school forms and materials on equipment like this flat-bed press. students iudge seed quality. Electronics members learn theory and practical application of electronics by working with modern equipment. These general business students are working on graphs in their workbooks. Daily practice increases the speed and proficiency of these typing students. Business Planning on being a secretary, an accountant, or entering any type ot office work? Students who are planning careers in this field choose the Business Curriculum as Their course of study. They may elect to take such suloiects as: general business, office practice, typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. These classes give practical experience and serve as a valuable background for those who wish to further their studies after graduation, al- though many students enter into iobs immediately upon leaving school. Shorthand students learn symbols in order to take dictation speedily. 78 NA's Bookstore is a very busy place between 8:00 and 8:30 in the morning. HERMAN HARTMAN Business Education WILLIAM M. HOFFMAN Business Education NORA LARGENT M. L. MILTENBERGER Distributive Education MRS. MARCIA V. SCOTT Business Education MRS. SHELLY SHELL Business Education Algebra MISS MARJORY THOMAS Business Education Business Education Senior, Janice Ogden, learns the use of an adding machine in bookkeeping class. DE students practice ringing up sales on the cash register. 79 "The Boy Friend" cast gathers on stage after the final performance. Thirty-tvvo students teamed to produce the initial dramatic presentation of the T959-60 cho l . M. Th ' ' ' s o year r omas Weatherston, director, is seen in front lower left. Dramatics New Albany High School dramatics department completed another year of outstanding presenta- tions. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Weather- ston, who completed his sixth year as director, the drama department began its year with "The Boy- friend," the first musical in-the-round. Featuring dwarfs and a wicked old witch, Student Theatre's next production was "Snow White." The Snow White troupe traveled to eighteen elementary and junior high schools, giving twenty-four per- formances. "Pygmalion," a well known comedy by George Bernard Shaw, was the senior class play. Culmi- nating the year the drama and music department joined forces to produce the musical. Donning the traditional garb of the '2O's, Gary Walbaum, Dick Tresenriter, Jim Fowler, and David Mann ioin Phyllis Raney in singing "Safety in Numbers" during the beach scene of "The Boy Friend." l A party for the girls at Madame De Bonet board- ing school and their dates climaxes the third act of "The Boyfriend." 8I Concert Band "Band ATTenTion!" The NAHS Marching Band per- formed aT five NA fooTball games This year, includ- ing The Bosse Evansville game aT Evansville. Besides performing aT fooTball and baskeTball games, The band also aTTended The KenTucky STaTe Fair, sTarTed The UniTed Fund drive and aTTended Band Day aT Indiana UniversiTy. STarTing The new year, The band parTicipaTed in The DisTricT and STaTe Solo and Ensemble ConTesTs. OTher band acTiviTies included The TradiTional Spring ConcerT, The SouThern Indiana Band Fes- Tival aT BrownsTown and The CounTy Band FesTival, held aT New Albany. Donning The TradiTional drum maior's outfit Larry Wilkins serves NA as Their fourTeenTh drum major under Mr. A. Fielder Myers. Row 7: Larry Wilkins, Nancy Shine Darlene Payne, Jane Adams, Roy Stuckey, PaT Philips, Andre Dreschel, Eddie Endres, Tim Detrick, Sandra Edwards, Linda Smith, Laurel Smith, Jim Smith, Johh Doughty, Selma Dannenfelser, Ann Adams, Mitch Burns, Sarah Sarles, Dwala Funk. Row 2: Carolyn Turron, Everett Hager, Liz Voyles, Vicki Bedan, Jim Mickschl, Kenny Weber, Jim Groseider, Bob Dusch, Mike Corneliuson, Bob Myers, Gene Blankenship, Jim Roberts, Gordon Stanfield, Perry Rexroat, Phyllis Moon, Gary House, Alan King, Roy Kinble, Larry Johnson, Richard Sueder, Dobert Owsley, Annabell Johnson, Jim Dickman, ' ' C I W d Mitzi Sisk, Sharon Foster, Fred Warneke, Danny Marsh. Row 3: Betty Crump, Jim Dunn, Wayne Dunn, David Cox, Karen Marx, Joe Anderson, ar oo s, ...av A ,,,""" ak.. X Q N.4mL1Qfg.1.,,3gQ M.. WN, ax... f fb ivy ifikwi ,X X -Q , . Q .. X 5 1 X , , . 3 x Q . , S- 3 yi + N3 WK X 5 --.X X X MX N x XX, ig E xx ,fc V N X my if . 3 S . X VS- Q gwy E y-siw S S Nlksx X5 'fi 5 NN k .X S S .. s EX Y Q' wf 5 sf' Y , gy, . wi , N Kkgg . Q W, L ,XLLL i N xx X X XX QQ mtg ,255 M 'Q IQ , ws' 5 ,Q-is . 5 'pf ' 3, J lil- . EX .WE 6 fm gf " if. K D sf 5, 1 5 h is X 5352- q l ,V . ,:, ,,, A Q G S4 ' if 3 !:- J 0 kgwsgg- i . lf' I N? fi 13412512379 gf 5 5 r Q x 1? 4 if?" E5 m s. ,E ks S 2+ Q Q +2 E igiii ii 5. I W ,1- , . S' Y A 'W W WV ' 1? ZW? H , i 4 'Va I W is' ,f f, Y YQ , 3 3- 3- ig Q, AMI 9 il 1 n,b'nM 9 w ig . Wg i iw as 4 Eb E Sharon Foster, Ginny Walker, feature editorg Judy Leach and Sarah Sarles plan the week's feature page assignment. Dave Schroder, first semester Blotter editor, and Becky Engleman, second semester editor, go over Blotter copy before sending it to the print shop. fkx X A ' 73.21 'weL"?if" ,. fi '- xmw WK' E is f Q V LQ K Wk W is 'NM -Nm . 'iz M3 ,555 if-if fx AV . 'Q ,A pf' 52 -W QM Ni X 12 g 'I Q 12 fx i g 'L' fig .1 W, SPORTS Row lr Jerry Brown iMgr.l, Charles Rose, Charles Hughes, Larry Hawkins, Don Travis, Bob Money, Don Baxley, Tony Feiock, Jimmy Jackson, Mike Douglas, Sam Borden CMgr.J. Row 2: Warren Richards CMgr.l, Gary Longest, Bud Agnew, Steve Douglas, Larry Johnson, Larry Grube, Timmy Foster, Morris Wenzler, Arliss Miller, Vaughn Hankins, Phil Kemp, Wayne Gullett CMgr.J. Row 3: Carl Eisman, Ronnie Yarbrough, Webbie Harrayvay, Mike Groh, Merle Cummins, Jim Hart- field, Roddy Brooks, Marvin Lester, Larry Richert. Row 4: Mike Hoffman Casst. coachh, Cleatus Freiberger, Larry Paris, Ted Heavrin, Lonnie Purcell, Mike Harper, Terry Bilbro, Ronnie Dietrich, Larry Flener, Burley Sweeney, Sam Asberry, Bill Hafner, Coach Forrest McCatfry. Varsity Football Although coach Forrest McCattry's 1959 football Bulldogs didn't have a winning season, they were considerably stronger than their record of 4 wins, 6 losses indicates. Throughout the year they were hampered by iniuries to key players, nevertheless, they showed marked improvement during the latter part of the season. The Bulldogs' contri- bution to the All-conference team was Don Travis, Senior haltback. Morris Wenzler-guard Next year, Coach McCaf'fry has 4 reg- Don Travis-halfback ulars returning, with several experi- - enced reserves. i ur 37 in .X F is 1. Q f 5 ? ," H fa m.2ff?"" k G' , , is N 5-.2 as g . f ! 'li'-ii'-T"i' ll! 1 AEE? , J.- lf Q LL.X. R J Xa ' ,M . ba 'K A Qgssh' 9 s 5 e . It A 1 Mu iiiv I .. 1 H Rf If -a I' X! DV. il0 Q 'E 'USM'- fame 35. 'ff ff' ...f 5 A 6 4 - Q I sa "' V Q.--Q Q Q J, 'Q "?'2 fi' XX, .WN J 'K 1 Row 7: Wayne Dunn, Sam Shallers, Bobby Black, Jim Schickel, Jim Miller, Gary Martin, Sonny Bailey, Casper Feiock. Row 2: Warren Schad, Bill Amburgy, Gary Walters, Ronnie Johnson, Jim Roberts, Mike Lynch, Wayne Miller, Bob Dusch. Row 3: CMgr.J Warren Richerts, Bob Magness, Jim Groshieder, Jeff Streepey, Russell Obremski, Calvin Simpson, Dan Stewart, Bill Caple Sam Shallers straight-arms a Manual de- fender. J.V. Football The JV's had an O-4-l record this year. The first four games saw the Pups go down in defeat. The first game the Pups lost to a good Louisville Central team, T3-O. The next week they were nipped by Trinity of Louisville 14-13. Then the JV's lost to a tough Flaget team, 39-6. After another hard week of practice the Pups traveled to Louisville Manual only to go down to defeat T21-6. The Pups tied V.M,l. T3-13. With a few breaks, Coaches Saiko and Thrasher felt they could have had a winning season. Wayne Dunn catches pass against Manual. U S o,,, ., , Na: if :farm f U - ,xi fb rp X gf? y M X 6 f f S6 E M ,M,,,, V, mm. Q iw' X F, .4 9 'Q X aw ge X, R S S m. X X 1 S E' NS A fs Q ,K X A - .l x x K - as S X X R P - W ,. . X Q ' 'KAL A x 'xg 5 S k X N ,. ...:. ,,., I W , ff 'S ., A :. 1 Q ' X W, my gw K if . 54 5 'Vw W . 1 Y Q glfw ,f L sf . ,434 Qi Ajww ' QV' Q . F XX . X , A K Q s ,. .M x jf 1 F fffa f 5 ' 41" 'Ru , I b X E 5 ,maiagi fl .. az, 4- ,S 1 -v wx imc? X im. x M fr. , ., N i kwa' 'A' J -. K5 -6 Q fs , S M g m . .3 g ,Q M Qi 3 3 9? K Q ffffzi K w 1 51 'fix Coach Don Loughmiller puts New Albany Hill-and-Dalers through their practice paces. New Albany's leading Cross Countrymen strain themselves for better conditioning. New Albany Harriers go through daily calisthen ics to tone up their muscles. ni T-, 97 ffm. ya., I im? Y . , il , ,W -. . at A5 J 5 my Ri Q, Q 2,1 ,N Q . 'A 2 . Y f -Q Y f fs s, f T x V it xg as X-'I 1 R 0 Q, 3 . . i 5 S eflgiev , . QA , Q x ' 4 s 6 V ii v? b? in RECORD SEASON NA OPP Bedford 70 65 Corydon 58 43 Scottsburg 46 37 Anderson 66 65 Vincennes 51 48 Manuel 60 78 Bosse 68 55 Lexington 42 47 Tell City 54 68 Columbus 41 61 Madison 46 78 Seymour 59 63 F. J. Rietz 64 84 Central 61 77 Bloomington 65 91 Salem 86 45 Jasper 62 67 VVasl'tington 80 71 SECTlONAl Clarksville 65 54 Silver Creek 68 58 Providence 7O 53 REGIONAL Mitclftell 58 56 Seymour 73 67 SEMI-STATE Bloomington 52 70 Coaclt Henry congratulates Gene Lind on a fine game. Hartfield goes after a rebound in the Semi Finals Bulldog guards double-up in an attempt to steal the ball from a Jasper player. Bill Treat and Mitchell s Raynill go up for rebound in an all important re gional game if H"'-R 1' ' ,fy ALM ae'?j?i'7'gmw U 1' if Sai? ln.. Ik ...ii Front rovv: Gary Stubbins, Dave Jollissaint, Larry Cunningham, Mike Groh, Larry Cook, Lenny Krebs, Lawrence Heuser, Manager Sonny Bailey. Row 2: Coach Louis Jensen, Roddy Brooks, Art Whitman, Bill Stamper, Tom Winn, Richard Miley, Dennis Renshavv, Bill Stalker, Max Mason. Mike Groh and Larry Cunningham scramble Tor a loose ball inthe Salem game. The T959-60 iunior varsity basketball Team completed The season with a T3-4 rec- ord. This vvas Louie Jensen's first year as JV coach. The Bullpups losT Their opener To Bedford 30-26, but sparked back to win over Cory- don, Scottsburg, Anderson, and Vincennes respectively. Then They Traveled To Manual To lose a hard-fought battle 32-39. They vvon Their next seven ball games. Bloomington Then stopped The Pups 43-47. They blasted back beating Salem and Jasper, Then lost Their last game to Washington in a close baTTle 29-33. Larry Cunningham was The leading scorer for This year with T79 points. Tom Winn Tol- lowed with 97 points. Larry Cunningham shoots over a Salem defender Tor 2 points. Salem iayvees out-rebound NA's Tom Winn and Mike Groh. sk ,Q if A , W.,-v" 'wa .X W 'NE S A, wx .u-wa, , , 1 , , , f f ,QUT JA 3 1,2 wif V1 ii gg-4 5, fag. QI Q " fb' ' :'f' i . Q 'L Sm Q QQ, an .. , as WR' Mk Qs N L ww' wgglgfixf, IN.-3 , wg NAS .:, 55.3, s X t wg -Q. wi H Y . X 'WE ww W X 4 sx ' Af wav- Q X5jtfi" Q:.wQi,1 2" '- iq, S NSW Q' X W X Q89 s . A x y 5 swf wk. A I . S 25 E5 3' ii iz? X N 5 X X X me 33 ' fx X Q mm- -w Charlie Chase, varsity breaststroker finishes first in a dual meet. Swimming The best record in The hisTory of The swimming Team was compiled by This year's varsify Team. The Bulldog Tankers finished Their season wiTh a record of ll wins, and 2 losses. Their only Two losses were To a powerful Columbus Team, sTaTe champions for The last Two years. The splashers finished Third in The sTaTe This year, behind Columbus and Muncie Burris. The dogs had previously beaTen Muncie in Two dual meeTs. New Albany was paced by Bo Wolfe who placed Second in The 400 and 200 yard events. Bo and Tom Wolfe practice Their starts for sTaTe competition Coach Shadburn, in his fourfh season aT NA. said This is The sTrongesT Team he has coached. First row, left to right: Coach Bill Shadburne, Barry Volz, Dick TresenriTer, Tom Wolfe, Charlie Harrell, Ronnie Yar- brough, Paul Roberts, Mickey Fuhry, Charlie Chase, Jacque Steyn, Bo Wolfe. Second row, left to right: Manager Danny Marsh, Frank Fenwick, John Webb, David Unruh, Pat AmsTer, Ronnie Howard, Mike Jones, Wayne Dunn, Bob Meyer. S. S x W2 , Q QF 5 5- ' . W W X x - N WWW xy.- Q 223 -uf K. . W ff 'aw wi Xxx ui, N NNY X 'Q 42.9, . .. x 'IQ' .xg w -a Lmwmmwwwrwwwxk .mt 1 ww, , uw. 4 z- I My .L 'Q . H 'Jw W. . 9' , V '.3'1' w wifw -- . A ,lf ' 1: fix. . fr ' W , jj' K5 - 'J Kiwi? K gn, ' f -lj w Jf. Y. ' ,W-'M-w 3-111 ' . . 'H ' fs, 1 ,- tv A :A I' ,vm in m. A -gh . W5 sg if .lf -. Q V 'V R fl X Q is N We . . i rf. . x ' - .x 'im--.IQ -Q. K. Q. . . . X we .lf N ix. Q ' 55 - . S -. .Xa .. -Q X R - V . S f S . WW 5 . W .-QW' .Q ..,,- .v. .9 M: wx' 1 . Q... mm, 1115. A ' ws X il 3 4' QQ. ix 5 Nr f QQ ? P?1 s if www. 'N-QF h .Q ,i 7 Y 3122? L 3, z W .1 Q 2 ' 4 2 E, wie iw 1 W' ' 5' Q 'lf g X H! KW 4 ,, Q S! fl fi 1 . EW .. Q , X Ax ! w f xfs Y X ' ' 0 S I f ' WXWWXQQAQ 4 ' ' 4 k 'A 9 I 5 nw . .x,L A i Lx D N, m i QNW Q T A 'Bw 'Surf' 1 gg N.. V sr V SNMA mf ...J Row 1: Student Manager Henry Baurle, Herbert Lane, Don Eckerty, Robert Potts, Mike Bline, Richard Bohannon, Lynn Kelley, Edward Pendleton, Student Manager Donald Coney. Row 2: Coaches Robert Ketzner, Harley Francis, and Tom Yeager, Ronnie Young, Melvin Bonebrake, Joyce Francis, Grady Wallace, Blair Rexroth, Stewart Calfee, Mitch Byrne, Gordon Stanfield, Steve Summers, Dennis Feiock, Alfred Bezy. l Rifle This year's Rifle team compiled a record of seven wins and four losses. Postal match oppo- nents included teams as far west as California, and as far east as New York. ln the National Rifle Association Sectional Matches, they took second place, losing by only 16 points. Captain Ronnie Young, Joyce Francis, the only girl on the team, and Melvin Bonebrake, one of the most outstanding shooters on the team, make up the three seniors lost by graduation. Coach Harley Francis, pleased with this year's team, expects his team to be ranked among the l top five nationally. Rifle coaches and captain discuss scores of state matches. Captain Ronnie Young i Dennis Feiock, Ron- nie Young, Blair Rex- roth, and Buddy Bonebrake win State Prone Championship with perfect 400 score. l .,,m.,..,,.....,.....,,s......,c,.,,,..t,r,,,,,,,,.,.a.,. W,.,..,...,,,,.b.c.....t.s,...... , t l. s -1 .xl Q.. 4... ' Row 7: Don McAfee, Webbie Harroway, Bill Treat, Gary Wolfe, Eddie Endres, Jim Jackson, Larry Hawkins, Steve Good- win, Norbert Bostock, Mike McKown, Fisher Parker, Dale Sams, Coach Damon Sims. Row 2: Ronnie Detrick, Bob Dusch Bob Ledford, Gary Stubbins, Tim Daniel, Morris Wenzler, Sam Asberry, Mike Groh, Dick Thorn, Bill Foust, John Cousin, Assistant Coach Don Loughmiller. Row 3: Tony Feiock, Mike Harper, Wayne Dunn, Richard Bohannon, Dwight Farnsley, Terry Eiler, Marvin Wenning, Casper Feiock, Dave Garriott, Ronnie Johnson, David Hale, Morris Middleton. Varsity Track ln its first year under the direction of Damon Sims, the track team won tour of four dual meets, including a win over Jeff. They also won the Columbus Relays, New Al- bany Relays, SIAC Championship and placed second in the Bloomington Relays. The Dogs won the Sectional, placed second in the S mf as vro- p f Wm S Q' Regional and qualified Don McAfee, Bill Treat, John X, Cousin and Dwight Farnsley for State competition. M is Farnsley tied tor second place in the pole vault. - S 6 , Bill Treat skims over the lows displaying his winning form. Fisher Parker "gets set" tor the TOO-yard dash elimination in Dale Sams and Eddie Endres round the curve on the New Albany Relays. a practice lap. .-Ls. as T- X A . " Q M X Y W x . ' as S C 4158?JSw93EkiifakiLS21BLTaSNQiV 3SiNi1SXidi5kSwsA6?wiNK ' lg! , e .wx .W MQW' ff' wm.w1w.m.as '-iff-Ln fn ' fs""3i'y K X .. an if , ,i"ti:'i2i'g,,T Mg ' Ex.: -x ,W ak? 'ag' fr abit K Awami' g S - f Q if " gk :I'i' Z ww ' 5 Q X w S as g W ' 46 ,mai ' ' si E Rand-is '7'5'7""f5 K Nm E' A T R ' fi. KT ' ,L 23 N42 Z Qi? igisfy . if 1 .Je Freshman Track The T960 New Albany freshman track team opened the season against Providence, beating them, 88-19. They Traveled to Trinity where they brought home another victory, 76-33. The Bullpups suffered their first defeat against St. Xavier. The thinlies placed seventh in the SIAC, coming --- back to win the freshman Columbus Relays and the Clarksville Invitational. They ended the season with a 6-2 record. Coach Phil Thrasher believes Don Nicholson, Scott Davis and Paul Luallen show a great deal of potential for next year's varsity. Walter Mucker loosens up in preparation for the high hurdles. Gordon Bocock aids Bill Gernon and Scotty Davis in practicing Gordon Bocock rounds the last curve in the mile Starts' race. Row I: Paul Luellan, John McCarthy, David House, Billy Nickleson, Donnie Nickleson, Kermit Hendricks, Gordon Bocock, Jim Stiner, Walter Mucker. Row 2: Jim Binkley, Jim Ashby, Philip Durbin, Wayne Strigle, Scotty Davis, Jack Crawford, Dale Potts, Fred Lee, John Willman. Row 3: John Dresher, John Holley, Mike Shroder, Gary Bond, Kenny Potts, Tom Clere, John Ashton, John Wiggins, Kenny Hamilton. Row 4: Ralph Hanen, Bill Gernon, Dwight King, David Turner, Bill Waggoner, Eric Jones, Steve Cunningham, Steve Michel, David Riley, Pete Espetheh, Leonard Baily, Coach Phil Thrasher. I-.amid ns, .. .- l Mike Price tees off in im- portant match. Golf The 1960 Golf team finished the season with a 12-1 record. The Bulldog swingers won the Sectional, and qualified for the state tournament for the third straight year. They also finished fifth in the SIAC. The first four consisted of Mike Price, Carl Sutton, Dave Brewer and Hardy Lynch. The latter three are seniors. Three other lettermen gaining valuable experience for next year were Gary Hinkle- bien, Richard Belcher, and Jay Emmett. Carl Sutton, Hardy Lynch, Dave Brewer, Mike Price, and Coach Floyd Henry are preparing to depart to the State Golf finals at Coffin Golf Course, Indianapolis. Coach Floyd Henry's golf team are fl. to r.2 Gary Hinkebien, Howard Lynch, Jay Emmett, Mike Price, Dave Brewer Richard Belcher, Mike Rollins, John Wrege. ,.- . L naman Q. K .mme a mv A A , v Q E XX X .. gmxsaf -E .nf , I K Saw- 51 A A , lk, . in 333 Q 22: ff wr Q 'erik K Hi-l RSI E 'ri + fry 3 if Y? 'f - wg. -,. , , f.'.'!'g ig ' fx 5 may is ff 'gi gl f 5 Na A ff W' QM ' A W 4 Q U. f . 'Q 'Zig K 4 V ' fc 'F .z.w,,j' 237, ,M Q 5 1 f xxx - I s M Q-.NN-wks .JJ Nha.. .X . i J 933955 ' I 3 Ii .V 1 iii ' 'K 1 l CaTcher Herb Nevins aided The Bulldog cause aT baT as well as in The field wiTh a .389 mark. Varsity Baseball New Albany's Bulldog baseball Team had a successful 1960 season in Two ways. Their over-all record was 15-4 and They hung up a 7-1 mark in The SIAC. They also ended The season with a vicTory over Provi- dence, 1-O in nine innings. Jim Harffield seT a new Bulldog mark as he sTruck ouT 18 Pioneers. Coach STan Saiko will lose seven regulars via graduaTion buT will have eighT underclass- men reTurning. Ben BlackisTon, Frank Renn, Roddy Brooks and Larry Cunningham are ex- pecTed To carry The bulk of The load Tor nexT year. Bob SingleTon won his second baTTing TiTle with a .396 average. D ' R h Dale ETTel Benn BlackisTon Jimmy King Row 1: Manager Warren Richards, Richard Bline, John Cousin, ennis ens aw, , y , Herb Nevins, Coach Saiko. Row 2: Bob SingleTon, Larry Cunningham, Roddy Brooks, Frank Renn, Bob Meyer, Dick Lock wood, Jim Hartfield, Gary LongesT. Y .....1l"!l W wt Shias' Ben Blackiston readys himself for a Bedford offering. Jim Hartfield set a new Bull- dog mark, striking out l8 batters. Jim King beats out an infield hit against the Seymour Owls. f.s fiifffg r' Coach Stan Seiko plans Bulldog "cold war" strategy in the season's opener. JOl1H Cousin Batting champ Bob Singleton stretches to catch an infield toss. JV Baseball Coach Mike Hottman's JV Team finished with a respectable 6 wins and 5 losses. All tive losses were by one run. Shawnee was their biggest problem, they beat the Bullpups twice. They started their season beating Jef- fersonville, Flaget, KMI, and St. Xavier. But in the latter part of the season, they slumped and were beaten by all tour of these teams. They also beat Clarksville's varsity, and Provi- dence JV. Larry Cunningham was the leading hitter with a .600 average. Lennie Krebs, Gary Walters, and David Curts are rated as the top prospects tor next year's varsity. it Marvin Lester takes his turn at the plate as Jerry Smith catches batting practice. Row l: David Curts, Herman Laduke, Bill Townsend, Sam McGee, Jerry Smith, Sam Shallers, Lynn Kelley, Garry Renn Row 2: Gary Walters, Bill Stamper, Ronald Bierod, Wayne Miller, Lennie Krebs, Marvin Lester, Coach Hoffman. if I 5 iii .Y Row I: Richard Bect, Melvin Peers, Larry Nevins, David Thompson Ricky Roth Robert Andres Steve Garing, Norman Tulley. Row 2: Coach Louie Jensen, Sam Lockhart, Ronnie Lamb, Scott Bowling,,Jerry Wilson, Larry Davis, Bobby Myers Richard Sluder. Freshman Baseball Although they ended the season with a 0-3 record, the freshman baseball squad gained valuable experience by playing varsity teams. Under the direction of Coach Louis Jensen the freshmen challenged neighboring varsity squads. The squad dropped two games to Georgetown, 7-5 and 8-5, and one contest to Clarksville, 5-3. Coach Jensen reported that players show- ing varsity potential were Ron Lamb, Sam Lockhart, ,Richard Becht and Norman Tully. Coach Jensen demonstrates pitching style to Jerry Wilson and Bob Myers. ll7 55115: M I1 ,pn 3 M' I Q Q W9-SK lg .L ,, 2? if wsgf55TES'S Q S wit . ' 2 fm- i Q 'Nhat x A S S I i 3 an 3529 ' 1 Q Q., ' 4. gs . s O , MW? Q My 410 gg' 5 '7 8, Maja 4 EDJ ' Xxfx-X' , Rovv 1: Phyllis Schmitt, Phyllis Raney, Melva Oates, Carolyn Elsler, Ann Paulsen, Jim Fowler, Mary June Payton, Mary Pat Murphy. Row 2: Marilyn McNamara, Sue Colby, Mary Mason, Cynthia Allen, Jane Simmon, Pat Bonifer, Judy Arnold. Rovv 3: Dick Tresenriter, Sheldon Jennings, Gerald Hendrich, Gary Wallbaum, Larry Richert, Frank Colvin. Serving as officers of Student Theatre were Sheldon Jennings, vice-president, Melva Oates, secretary, Ann Paulsen, president, and Dick Tresenriter, treas- urer. 1 . stty. :MV Student Theatre Student Theatre is a club sponsored by Mr. Tom Weatherston for the drama enthusiasts at NAI-lS. WHAS Television Studio was favored by the members of Student Theatre when they presented "Ugh-a-Wug" for the High Varieties audience. Student Theatre members have made sev- eral visits to the Clarksville Little Theatre. On one trip prospective members were invited to join the group. "My Fair Lady" was also at- tended by the theatre-goers at the Memorial Auditorium. The musical for 1960 was "South Pacific," the last production of the year. lt vvas pre- ceded by such plays as "The Boyfriend" and "Pygmalion," the Senior class play. Mr. Weatherston and assistant director Ann Paulson relax during a lull in rehearsals. "South Pacific" gave many Student Theatre members a chance to "show oft" their dramatic skills. Jane "Bloody Mary" Simmon and Jim "Luther Billis" Fowler go through a scene in "South Pacific." l2I X I HQYJAP '11 . '53 zflffl"'Wf'f My iff! 'P . V Narrf3'9.. .xr Q -Q 'A Ann Paulsen, Rosemary Baldauf and Jane Simmon each other after the Speaker breakfast. Jill Adams and Alice Karnes welcome Marcella Karnes into Speakers at their formal initiafion as Ann Paulsen looks on. console Placing fresh daffodils in the flower cross used in the Easter program are Jan Kirk and Beverly Very Carolyn Cox, Sheldon Jennings, and Alice Karnes relax after the Speaker-Wrangler Banquet, J' S pea kers Speakers club, the oldest girls' club at NAHS participates in many varied activities through- out the school year. Preceding the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter holidays, Speakers presented program for the student body. In keeping with tradition, Speakers prepared baskets and undertook other charity projects. As social events, members went ice skating at the Coliseum, had a progressive dinner and "slumbered" at a party after a ball game. Concluding the year, and high school days of seniors, members attended the Speaker breakfast held before Class Day. Row l: Susan Ellsworth, Rona Garriott, Andre Drechsel Edvvuna Potts Phyllis Schmitt Beverly Very Row 2 Myra Grangier Sue Million, Sandy Phelps, Melva Oates, Ann Paulsen Carolyn Cox Row 3 Sandra Murdock Alice Karnes Marilyn Schmit zer, Mary Pat Murphy, Jan Kirk, Sherry Anshutz, Carolyn Elsler Row 4 Jane Adams Karen Umbreit Judy Hale Pat Bonn ter, Jane Simmon, Jill Adams, Mary Mason, Mrs. Bettylee Marquis Bill Stamper, Dave Crumbo, Jim Roberts, Mike Rollins, Tom Holton, John Webb, Jacque Steyn, Frank Colvin, Mike Price, Larry Richert, Bill Stalker, Mike Douglas, Charles Hughes, Mike Groh, Sheldon Jennings Lynn Miller, Larry Wilkins, Terry Eiler, Steve Byrn, Steve Sharp, Vaughn Hankins, Tim Foster, Blair Rexroth, Cliff Davis. Wranglers Directing the' oldest club at NAHS is Mr. Robert Willman. Wranglers was named and organized in l9lO by Mr. H. B. McLinn, for- mer superintendent of New Albany Schools. To be considered for membership, boys must have a "C" average in English and social l studies. Members sponsor the annual Wrangler Cup Contest to encourage better speech. In co- operation with Speakers, Christmas and Thanks- giving programs are presented. The two clubs meet again in the spring for the Wrangler- Speaker Banquet. Another popular event of the club is a comi- cal pep session which is presented yearly be- fore the sectional basketball tournament. Mike Rollins, vice-president, Lynn Miller, president, Larry Wilkins, treasurer, Terry Eiler, secretary, and Steve Byrne, sergeant-at-arms were the second semester Wrangler officers. W f l24 Judy Hale, Jacque Steyn, Jan Kirk and Vaughn Hankins finish the first course ot the Speaker-Wran- gler Banquet. X 9 fwzbimw. Charlie Hughes, Marilyn Schultz, sponsor Mr. Robert Willman, Melissa Dark and Charlie Harrell before the Wrangler Cup contest. The winner was Marilyn Schultz. "Beatnik" members of Wranglers get "hep" during the pep session before the sectional. I25 Posed in an attractive setting are officers of Bel Canto, Janie Brandenburg, secretary, Dottie De Long, vice-president Phyllis Raney, sergeant-at-arms, Mary Mason, president, Sandy Morton, publicity, Judy Hale, treasurer, and Lucy Con- ner, publicity. Bel Canto Bel Canto and Mr. Robert Carter are survivors of many years at NAHS. During the yuletide season Bel Canto girls take part in the Christmas Concert and Walk through the halls with lighted candles singing favorite carols. Several of the senior members traveled to Madison to entertain the patients at the State Mental Hos- pital. A spring event in the NAHS auditorium is the annual Bel Canto show. This year the title was "Cur- tain Up." New officers were installed at a banquet held at the Colonial Manor, culminating the year's activities. Row 7: Janie Brandenburg, Judy Hale, Lucy Conner, Phyllis Raney, Mary Mason, Sandy Morton, Dottie De- Long. Row 2: Rona Garriott, Martha Dierking, Linda Monihon, Sherry Drumb, Betty Snook, Carol Keith, Ann Fisher, Carolyn Elsler, Ruthanne Day, Jane Simmon, Sara Hinton, Marcella Bugbee, Lynn Stone, Lucy Lodde. Row 3: Rita Day, Joan Plummer, Pat Bonifer, Judy Peyton, June Fulkerson, Charlene Boman, Carol Geltmalcer. Row 4: Gloria Lockhart, Judy Hartfield, Karen McCurdy, Judy Wentzell, Janet Carter. Row 5: Mitzi Sisk, Karen Menges, Jennie Funkhouser. Row 6: Toni Stafford, Carolyn Belcher, Jerry Ellis, Nancy Westerfield. l l26 1:5 Q " A ,X Si X X ... S Q3 ,S Si KX k .S Q Q.. x X. X wg' i. 3 S- x ww: FWF gf '1?.y,, M, W if il wi Rm. - 4 xi gg vw. J " 'H .ni ...E 'ini uf f , E L - x 'x if N ba. YE X X , fe , M v-- i f A . -' xf-'r w --:- f at. simgpfg rf- fi? we JC Z' 5 Q ,. H ...,. ,. S55 1 231:-.,,..,f. :fm-, f r: - -:--fra L .W .:.,..:, 5 ' 3-iz : KM A - -f L92 W.: .. i A m V ... , , 7 'TH fs 7 'S 7355 ' S .2 S . if . nf -, yTfr,,- FN ix -Q. 1 ' Cf 3 'W E S ir. Q a. 1 . , . X S , ww ' 1,2 X . 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The group of girls meet each Wednesday afternoon from three to four. Throughout the year they enioy softball, badmitton, table tennis and tumbling. Initiation was held in February, and new members also enioyed a skating party. Candy and white elephants sales help to pay for awards presented at the end of the year. Row I: Vicki Spatig, Linda Crain, Carol Butler, Helen Coffman, Inez Roberts, Joan Plummer, Judy Whitworth, Phyllis Wimp. Row 2: Carla Cain, Phyllis Lausterer, Julia Sellings, Jeanne Flanigan, Linda Stocksdale, Elizabeth Lane, Ruth Livers, Barbara Weig- leb. Row 3: Pat Kirk, Karen Marx, Judy Leach, Sharon Jane Foster, Sarah Sarles, Sharon Heustis, Carolyn Belviy, Diana Leist, Ginny Walker. is v 3 gi-S? . , .w 'X X L ,1 A -K K , if f M + - L gif? 1 A 1. . X 12-' Q E-,i K , ., . 1 - Rise-sem f S A Sw f Q 1 .4,Nf. 'N a i : Wm .W s KL fm ,. ,. miQ5f'1hj T? . , my -. Q-Q -Q K 1 f r . - E S . Q f f QQ , 'mwsas 5-F Z . xl X,L . .. Q , X i s 2 3 Q e if gs ,xv v 'Fig 1 K , 1- f .,.,,,w f,,a A 2 kr Q wx Q? di? MQW if? l We w-132'i3s' W g, gig. TY. P M ft f f Q , 1 H., ,Q ww, Ei I-ii' . ,J 24 gg ks R sf S , 5 its x -Q Q51 Row l: Shirley Farnsley, Nancy Lee, Linda Monihon, Linda Longest, Phyllis Moon. Row 2: Carolyn Wallace, Pat Powell, Jesse Kn'htRthDb' " ' ' " ' ig , u ur in, Janis Bierod, Shelia Miller, Dorothy Travillian, Peggy Summer. Row 3: Wllmadean Mann, Nancy Freeman Brenda Mac Lean, Wanda King, Hilda Cundiff, Kenneth Nelscn, Jill Durbin. Row 4: Pat Campbell, Colleen Shannon, Ronald Jordan, Joyce Cruse, Thelma Van Winkle, Mark Johnson, Jack Daugherty, Brenda Marcum, David Hellman. Members of the club meet after school to learn more about the Old Testament. Bible Club officers Linda Monihon, secretary, Brenda Mac Lean, treasurer, Colleen Shannon, chaplain, Ruth Durbin, president, review a Bible passage to be used in the next meeting. Bible Club Bible Club members endeavor to gain a new understanding of the Bible and its people. Members presented Christmas and Easter devotional services at school. Theme of the Christmas service was "You, Christ, and Christmas." A belated Valentine Party was held at Wesley Chapel parsonage. Games, fellow- ship singing, and a devotional message were on the agenda. A May picnic concluded the maior activi- ties of the year. l3I 1-Ti Y l Row 1: Mary Prenatt, Mary Bizzell, Carol Butler, Pat Huffine, Carolyn Coomer, Clara Ann Walker, Barbara Gum, Roma Abel. Row 2: Sue Hammer, Betty McCutcheon, Brenda Jordan, Barbara Adams, Jane Cummins, Elizabeth Fishback, Kay Ann Rhoads. Row 3: Mrs. Bundy, Judy Purlee, Dianne Jewell, Gloria Ashton, Lee Purlee, Tom Copier, Dave Schroder, Kenneth Fritz, Jack Beanblossom. Officers of French club are Steve Rowe, class repre- u b sentative, Barbara Gum, president, Carol Butler, class LePLeSeDTGTiVez. Brenda Jordan, treasurer, Beth Fish- lci, on parle francais-French Club members should ac ' V'Ce'preS'dem' Clara Walker' Secrelary' recognize this expression. It is posted in room A-2, scene of the weekly French Club meetings. The meet- ings are conducted in French, therefore anyone not comprehending spoken French should avoid A-2 on Thursday! Members supported the Mental Health association by bringing Christmas gifts which were sent to Craig- mont Hospital. Important events included the annual Fetedes Rois which was held in January. Members and friends enioyed a Rive Gauche Sorree which is similar to a beatnik party. A spring picnic concluded the year's activities. Eddie Gupton, Beth Fishback and Dave Schroder make beatnik music at the French Club's Beatnik party. Spanish Club Have we lived up to our motto, Addante Siempre Adelante, which means "Onward ever onward." Spanish Club is growing year by year. The club "broke in" its new club sponsor, Mr. Charles Hughes, with a "This Is Your Life" program. Other social . . activities of the club were a Spanish Christ- Spanish Club officers are Donna Weigleb, vice-presiolentg Jo mas party' and 6 banquel of all Spanish Crosby, secretary, Karen Marx and Sharon Foster, executive com- foods. During club periods, the members learned Spanish songs, saw films of Spain and Mex- ico, and discussed club business. The Spanish club says, "Haste el ontono que viene." mittee members. Second row includes Dwight Farnsley, treasurer, V. L. Hankins, president, Danny Weigleb, sergeant-at-arms. Row l: Jeanetta Mitchell, Frances Reasor, Bales Davis, Carol Wilson, Marilyn Purcell, Barbara Hilton. Row 2: Linda Sharp, Vir- ginia McCulloch, Margaret Rager, Butch Rasmussen, Jo Crosby, Judy Shuman, Patricia Smith, Darlene Newton. Row 3: Ruth Weatherholt, Karen Marx, Sharon Jane Foster, Donna Weigleb, Marilyn Shields, Lillie Lavery, Susan Daugherty, Stephen Garing, Earlene Broyles. Row 4: Mr. Charles T. Hughes Jr., Thomas Hays, Bob Wimsatt, Danny Weigleb, Robert Youngblood, V. L. Hankins, Dwight Farnsley, Jim Rudolph, Steve Pearce, Ronnie Cole, Phil Losson. l These are members of JCL's Executive Committee. Row 1: Alice Arganbright, Liz Voyles, Melissa Dark, Carolyn Ang, Carol Gil- ley, Ann Adams, Mitzi Sisk. Row 2: Greg Kiser, Janet Reynold, Pat Harttield, Barbara Johnson, Geneva Curts, Miki Phelps, Joyce Williamsg Row 3: Bob Meyers, Don Cohn, Bob Potts, Larry Davis, Norman Tabler, Jeff Streepy, Herb Lane, Jim Dickman, Grant Gehlbac . JCL A blast from the horn ot head slave, Sam Shallers, signaled for the first course ot the Foman ganquel lo be Seryed' All Qftod Auctioneer Norman Tabler sells dancers Pat Atkins and Marilyn 'Romans ' were present at this gala ocCasiOn. Shultz at the annual JCL Slave Auction. The Roman Banquet, patterned after typical feasts of ancient Romans, has become tradi- tion with JCLers. Junior Classical League, largest in the state in respect to active members, is sponsored by Miss Alice Ranck and Mrs. Evelyn Simms. This is the twentieth year of its existence. Activities held by JCL included the slave sale, celebration ot Saturnalia, olympic games, awards ceremony and trips to state and na- tional conventions. I34 QSX if x im . .E N Qs XX Y 5 X M Q? f 2 Q X Nag Q: lg? WX Rx X " wf' 'X 5 - .1 5 , 5 5 X if? -311 1 : - . 5 '34 f r rf an AX +. Q 1 f Sf .Bif f f 1 if g,Qi . k,5 5? if if 't Mrs, Q if a. mssfg-2511 - Q: fi Q' - 1' :,N:.5 Hg, A Q Q Q- -LM A65 S pkg if R P' 'X bla X fx Q N Q 2 X Q ' 'kd ' f Eb- 5 R W , f , ., Y S-2 af" pfg 6:1 ggz, jx! ,Maw Aw? X 1 ,25 ..,, ,.A,. .,., , ,, . Y"'1'iZ5'3-'Wi I . '5 W .Q A A " "L-1' 1' .. 5 1 f ff +R 2 - 3 Y 4 -ix , 'A f A W if' 1 re 'af fa-P29 ..,,, ,J ,I , J he Y We Z1 if 4 127 if A Officers of Alpha hold the plaque which J hangs in the front hall. They are Starr Whit- X tinghill, treasurer, Barbara Miller, vice-presi- 5' dent, Karen Umbreit, president, Cynthia Al- ? len, chaplain, Dwala Funk, secretary. Decorating the car used in the theme of the Bachelor of the Year Dance are Sandy Phelps, Karen Umbreit, Phyllis Embrey, Pat Martel, Jan Kirk, Brenda Short, and Nancy Whitlock. Alpha Trl-Hi-Y For the second annual Bachelor of the Year Dance, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y used the Theme of cars and money which, of course, pertain to bachelors. At each home basketball game, members sponsored a coat check room. Alpha brought the idea of a square dance to the school in early April, when the 4-H Barn was the scene of flying skirts and danc- ing feet. At the conclusion of the year the annual Mother and Daughter Banquet was held. At this time the merit award was given to the outstanding senior. Row T: Maxine Abbott, Claudia Barmore, Becky Engleman, Mary Lou Roche, Dwala Funk, Carol Watson, Vicki Hahn, Sharon Miltenberger, Pam Waggoner. Row 2: Phyllis Embrey, Polly Bradford, Kitty Kelley, Donna Scott, Judy Fish, Linda Richert, Brenda Short, Delores Stephens, Sharon Trinkle, Starr Whittinghill. Row 3: Susan Mayer, Diana Adams, Barbara Benbrook, Nancy Whitlock, Linda Skinner, Linda Smith, Alice Karnes, Gloria Blake, Sandy Phelps, Virginia Varble, Judy Childress. Row 4: Sondra Tucker, Barbara Miller, Marilyn Schmitzer, Pat Martel, Karen Umbreit, Cynthia Allen, Jan Kirk, Judy Gehring, Carolyn White, Gloria Ashton, Becky Brown. l Senior Hi-Y ChrisTian democracy is what members of Senior Hi-Y are challenged To exhibiT. Hi-Y clubs are a naTion-wide fellowship of Teenage youThs forming service clubs for The school. One Tradifional service rendered by Sen- ior Hi-Y is a scholarship To a member of The club. The organizaTion presenTed a fifTy-sTar flag To The school. For an exTracurricular acTiviTy members l made arrangemenTs for a swimming parTy aTTended by members of Sigma Hi-Y, Hi- Lo-Hi-Y, and Senior Hi-Y. Senior Hi-Y is Officers of Senior Hi-Y are Gary Walbaum, Treasurer, Eddie Endres president, Jim Crecelius, sergeant-aT-arms, Jim Bailey, chaplain! Sponsored RY Mr' Slam Salko' Barry Volz, vice-president STeve Yeager, secretary. gow 7: Vic Slusser, John McNaughTon, Warren Richards, Don Ashley, Jim Crecelius, Barry Volz, Harry Flanigan, Herman LaD ke U 1 tene HuTchens. Row 2. STeve Yeager, Bill Dunlop, Jim Bailey, Lenny Hougland, Rick Zeoller, Frank Renn, Dennis Renshaw, Carl Eisman, Bill Arnold. Row 3: Gary Walbaum, Eddie Endres, Larry Johnson, Gary SchmidT, Paul Grose, Larry Ingram Eddie Boling John Kirk Row4 Bob Hollauba h R . : ug , oger Breeding, Gary Wade, Jimmy HardesTy, Mike Harper, Tommy Jolly, AlrT Brown, Paul Schladant, Larry PeTers, Mr. STan Saiko. Mike Harper, Carl Eisman, James HardesTy, and John McNaughTon look over The fifty-star flag The club presented To The school. A I37 Senior Trl-Hi-Y "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character is the platform of the club," said Mrs. Mildred Johnson, sponsor. Members of Senior Tri-Hi-Y enioyed discus- sing parental and dating problems during club meetings. They also heard speeches on good grooming, travel and careers. Outside activities of the club included pre- paring Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy families and an Easter egg hunt given for children at the Joseph Rauch School. Discussing plans for a future club program are Jani Bohannon, Susan Ellsworth, Patsy Bryant, Carol Ashl I Phyllis Ang, Sharon Barker, Linda Wagner Phyl Lipsey. Taking time out from busy duties are officers Iris Bartle trea Linda Timberlake, sgt-at-arms, Cathi Stewart, sgt-at arms Barth, secretary, Patty Timberlake, sgt-at-arms, first row Mills, president, ldasue Stone, vice-president, second row Row 1: Carol Ashby, Jenna Payton, Phyllis Lipsey, Janet Bohahnon Susan Ellsworth Charlene Korte Row 2 Sharon Riley Nancy Harless, Bonnie Jonas, ldasue Stone, Patty Timberlake Beverly Rouck Linda Timberlake Row 3 Pat Gleason Gloria Ralston, Dorothy Goldsmith, Phyllis Ang, Linda Wagner Brenda MacLean Helena Badger Row 4 Mrs Johnson Cathi Stewart Sandra Huebel, lris Bartle, Patsy Bryant, Doris Barth, Linda Mills Dianne Jewell l38 Row l: Morris Carter, Gary Pedersen, David Thompson, Buddy Prenatt, Donald Clay, Keith Roche, Claybon Douglas, Butch Ras mussen, Robert Turbeville, Buddy St. Clair, Kenny Morlen. Row 2: David House, Norman Tully, Leroy Murphy, Mike Cobb, Bill Townsend, Casper Feiock, Jim Smith, Dempsey Osborne, Paul Luallen John Holley Row 3: Sam Lockhart, Russell Obremski, Gary Walters, Arthur Hegewald, Jerry Smith, Colvin Simpson, Ralph Hanen, Bob Dusch, John McCarthy, Joe Lewis, Charles Cousin, Steve Welch. Row 4: Jimmy Brannon, Vernon Niemeier, Steve Michell, Steve House, Wayne Miller, Thomas J. Winn, CI T . . . . arence ownsend, Marvin Wenning, Marvin Lester, Larry Cunningham, Roddy Brooks, Tony McLean. Freshman Hi-Y "Pure thoughts, pure words, pure actions," is the motto of members of Freshman Hi-Y. Held high is the purpose of the organization which is, "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the homes, school, and community, high stand- ards of Christian character." Additional goals of Hi-Y'ers are to combat immorality, poverty, and ignorance. Club programs included a number of films and several guest speakers, Mr. Nevil Garrett spoke on "Buddhism" Mr. Louis Jensen and Mr. Garrett ioin in spon- soring this ever-striving organization. Freshman Hi-Y's officers for this year were: Gary Martin, sgt.-at-arms, Larry Cunningham, vice-president, Casper Feiock, president: Wayne Miller, secretary: Robert Dusch, chaplain. Tony McLean, Larry Cunningham, Bob Dusch, Casper Feiock, and Jerry Smith prepare a program for their weekly club meeting. Row 7: Sandy Bir, Nancy Nix, Marilyn Huber, Judy Sweet, Rita Bean- blossom. Row 2: Linda Belle, Betty Booker, Stella Wate, Zan Brickey, Mary Juanita Birkla, Sue Million. Row 3: Penny Shea, Juanita Banet, Barbara Smith, Shirley Jones, Vera McPheeters, Barbara Barger, Martha Eckhart. Omega Trl-Hi-Y Omega Tri-Hi-Y is a Christian organization headed by Miss Oleta Tyler. The school activities of Omega this year included participating in World Day of Prayer assemblies with other Tri-Hi-Ys. The girls also sponsor check- rooms at all of the home basketball games. Each year, the club sponsors a delegate to attend Girls' State. One of Omega's most enjoyed and im- portant projects is the monthly parties for the chil- dren at Joseph Rauch Memorial School, where they entertained the children with games and refresh- ments. Receiving their pins at initiation are Omega Tri-l-li-Y members fsittingl Juanita Banet and Judy Sweet Cstandingl Barbara Smith, Martha Eckhart, Barbara Barger, Barbara Boman, and Sandy Bir. On their way to the weekly meet- ing of Omega Tri-Hi-Y are officers Zan Brickey, chaplain, Shirley Jones, treasurer, Nancy Nix, secre- tary, Penny Shea, vice-president, Sue Million, president. Officers of Zeta Tri-Hi-Y are Marcia Smith, treasurer, Judy Jones, sergeant-at-arms, Becky Robinson, historian, Carolyn Adams, vice- president, Pat Jerrell, chaplain, standing. Seated are Joan Jackson, secretary, Peggy Ross, president. 3 i l Models for the style show were Linda Lester, Betty Shaw, Joan Jackson. Row 1: Judy Kaiser, Pat Mayden. Row 2: Pat Marcum. Row 3: Peggy Ross. Row 4: Meyer, Joan Jackson, Zeta Chi Tri-Hi-Y ity were enacted by members of Zeta Chi Tri-Hi-Y throughout the past school year. Among these meritorious deeds were Thanksgiving baskets to needy families, assistance in the Cancer Drive, and provision of workers for the March of Dimes. Supplementary activities of the club include group discussions, guest speakers, films, candy sales and a style show. The organization held its formal initiation at at Trinity Methodist Church. Mrs. lrma Lambert is the faculty advisor for Zeta Chi Tri-Hi-Y. Joyce Wilson, Marcia Smith, Carolyn Goebel, Helen Matis, Elaine Cobb, Sherrian Sears, Betty Ann Shaw, Mrs. Irma Lambart, Vicki Scott, Harriet Flick, Carolyn Adams, Marie Jenkins, Carolyn Jaynes, Brenda Scott, Bonnie McCartin, Sharon Lethco, Joyce Jenkins, Pat Jerrell, Bette Chaney, Judy Dennison, Deloris Miller, Linda Lester, Judy Jones, Margie Jenkins, Jackie Kamer, Carolyn Turton, Mary Lou Dewberry, Peggy Becky Robison. 2- fm Numerous services to the school and commun- Looking over the wares of a pound party are Darlene Lentz, Dorothy Eisert, Vickie Wright, Dava Broadus, and Diedre Ergan- bright. Officers of Alpha Beta Tri-Hi-Y are Meryl Davidson, treas- urer, Karen Haub, chaplain, Sheryl Davidson, sergeant- at-arms, seated. Standing are Carol Keith, president, Pam Shallers, vice-president, Donna Hughes, secretary. Alpha Beta Tri-Hi-Y Alpha Beta Tri-Hi-Y meets in Mrs. Shelby Shell's room each Thursday. Alpha Beta is a Christian organization which takes part in many charity proiects. This year they included giving a Thanksgiving meal to a needy family, mak- ing favors for all of the patients at the Floyd County Memorial Hospital for Christmas, and giving an Easter party for the retarded school. During the year members enioyed a Christmas party and a pound party. Induction of new members was held at president, Carol Keith's church, The Church of God. Row iz Dorothy Grether, Debbie Daugherty, Lana Jung, Sue Keithley, Sally Lewis, Tammie Huff, Judy Jacobi. Row 2: Barbara Kidd, Vickie Sage, Karen Haub, Dava Broadus, Diedre Erganbright, Dorothy Eisert, Vickie Wright, Jean Cummins, Mrs. Shell. Row 3: Linda Davis, Darlene Lynn Fish, Karen Huber, Patty Baumgardner, Sandy Shepherd, Betty Lucas, Shirley Ann Shrews- berry, Marilyn Humphrey. Row 4: Phyllis Gibson, Lois Breeding, Pamela Shallers, Carol Keith, Sheryl Davidson, Sharon Kerber, Meryl Davidson, Billie Bowman, Vickie Brown. l42 f 12 - ,am y. 5,4 X fm W- SW? x -m if .Q ,QMQL Fi 2 Sigma Hi-Y "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholar- ship, and clean living" is the platform of Sigma Hi-Y. The club's purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, home and community, high standards ot Christian char- acter. Members observed films ot previous athletic contests, mainly football and basketball, during club meetings. A twenty-tive dollar scholarship is awarded anr-ually to a deserving student. A swimming party was held in April at Hazelwood School. At top: Melvin Jensen, Bob Shroyer, Bob Speedy, Bill Brewer, and Sammy McGee re- view applications tor the Sigma Hi-Y Scholar- ship Fund. Gary Miller, Phil Kemp, Sam McGee, Lewis Wil- son, Burley Sweeney bore around on the school steps after a meeting. Row 1: Jim Duer, Sammy McGee, Beverly Sweeney, John Briscoe, Bill Gilliatt, Jimmy Snook. Row 2: Gary Miller, Dale Miller, Howard Lynch, Dennis Fach, Jim Atkins, Lewis Wilson, Melvin Jensen, Perry Rexroat, Gerald Lamb. Row 3: Tim Detrick, Larry Paris, Phil Kemp, Steve Borski, Bill Brewer, John Clark, David Condra, David Lucas, John Cousin. Row 4: Wayne Cook, Daniel Boone, Ken Weber, Dick Thorn, Ron Cole, Bob Speedy, Robert Shroyer, Mike McKnown, David Scott, Jim Burger. X A - -. ,. -.-w --,... Y S x x I, H I i - K J Row I: Mike Grant, Bert Hammons, Arthur Rogge, Warren Turner, Ronnie Roehm, Michael Conlen. Row 2: Paul Volpert Jerry Daugherty, Steven Briscoe, Wayne Boman, Don Kahoe Bob Harris, John Smtih. Electronics Cl u b Composing the Electronics Club are boys inter- ested in electronics and communication. A ma- jority of the members is enrolled in an electronics course at school. Members hope to gain more knowledge in this field through preparing and studying individual proiects. Several films were available throughout the year. A trip was taken to the Jeffersonville Bell Telephone Company in order to view the com- munication facilities. A filed trip was arranged to General Electric Company in Louisville to con- clude the major activities of the year. Bob Harris, treasurer, Warren Turner, president, Wayne Bowman, sergeant-at-arms, and Paul Volpert, secretary, acted as 1959-60 officersof Electronics. Kenny Atkins, Dick Payne, Joe Anderson, Dave Cooper and Henry Baurle study a television receiving unit. Bowling Club lt's a strike! This and other iargon is often heard at The Pearl and Oak Bowling alleys every Wednesday afternoon. Boys in The Bowling Club bowl two games each week and Try hard To raise or maintain high averages and promote Their Team To first place in The competition. Near The end of The year a banquet is held aT which Time Trophies are awarded To The high game bowler, high Team, and most improved player. The Bowling Club is sponsored by Mr. Mike Hoffman' Jim Fisher shows The form that brought him a 220 game. Row T: Ronnie McCarTin, David Aebersold, Bill Baker, David Roby, Roger Breeding, Bill Hodges, Wayne Bowman, David Stickels, Dan Neidig. Rovv 2: Tom Holton, Darrell Nash, Steve Goodwin, Bucky Lanning, Jim Fisher, Clarence Barker, Glen Per- kins, Jerry Whitaker, Guinn Doyle, John Exline. Row 3: James Southard, Ronnie Eastridge, Terry Bilbro, Carl Woods, David Smith, Officers of the Bowling Club Bucky Lanning, president, Arliss Miller, vice-president, Tom Holton, treasurer, Harvey Scribner, secretary, get energy before an afternoon session of bowling. Members of the Square Dance Club practice a left hand star. Square Dance Promenade . . . dos-a-dos . . . and circle your partner. Square Dance members swing their partners to the chants of a live caller. Dancers have a "swirling" time finding square dancing an inexpensive activity that provides an opportunity to make new friends. Learning the intricate square dances may seem difficult to some people, but mem- bers of the Square Dance Club think it is easy and are continually learning new steps. While swirling and whirling around, they often lose their partners but find others ready to take their place. Row 7: Edna Hilbert, Nona Greisinger, Kathleen McCutcheon, Jean Bright, Sarah Fowler Loretta Smith Margaret Brown Letty Zipp, Linda Lilly, Shirley Bowman, Marilyn Cochran. Row 2: James Lee, Pat McCutcheon,, Jeanette Striegel, Evelyn Ann Thomas, Julia Sillings, Margie Jenkins, Jane Floyd, Priscilla Hubbard, Janet Clifton, Sandra Summers, Harriet Flick, Faye Booker. Row 3: Dave Roth, Carl Cart, Rob t R ld R h' ' ' ' ' er eyno s, on Co in, Allen Richards, Paul Caudill, Leo Mullens, John Haycox, Bill Landers, Tina Swan, Joanne Lopp, Romona Cambell. Row 4: Jim Williams, Ralph Burgess, Jerry Whitaker, Phil Linne, Buddy Swank, John Kirk, Jim Crawford, Jim Kron, Edward Davis, David Cox, Larry Bostock, Ronnie Disney. I47 Row i: Morris Thomas, Robert Redden, Tom Branham, Jerry Becht, Bob Conrad, Jay Branham, Larry Meyer, Bob Mayfield. Row 2: Eddie Stephens, John Thomas, Alvin Lang, John Estep, Mike Wimsatt, John Dohoney, Dale Potts, Gary Crecelius, Robert L. Getrost. Row 3: Wayne Davis, Jim Baker, Pete Striegel, Billy Hardin, Johnny Redden, Richard Stephens, Charles Ellis, Jerry Read, Walter Terrell. Row 4: Larry Roberson, Bob Loyd, Lonnie Philpott, Jim Zinninger, Larry Ragains, Milburn Foster, Dennis Gibson, David Turner, John Walls, Mr. James Ward, Advisor. Future Farmers Future Farmers of America is a national organization for boys studying vocational agriculture in public high schools. The NAHS chapter won awards includ- ing the Gold Emblem Award for over all program activities, a first in District and second in State in "improving leadership and agriculture activity" a superior rating In lower left picture, officers of FHA look over their scrap- book. They are Bob Loyd, treasurer: Jay Branham, sentinel: John Thomas, reporter, Jim Baker, president: Bob Conrad, vice-president: and Jim Zinninger, secretary, are seated. The sponsor is Mr. Jim Ward. Pete Striegel, John Redden, and Jim Baker set out straw- berry plants for their spring project. in national competition, and a first in both District and State in "farm safety contest." Jim Ward serves as FFA sponsor. 554,33 -.T ll ,. L 'Wi L : Qt' s .L -- " - bw-f-t .Q -F ' ' s A "ft-i . - 5413 ' A 2. . . . ' . s L s A' ma .. - - -'sw , - - .- in ,,,,, 'cn - .- . W 5,1 k , 'f 'i , . . 'Q -X - ,, .,v....- 'QW-A. g K K- 4 1 M 1 - - . - ' tx , . " f1f:?t'.v X 5 7-s-. . .71 . "W" . ,,. , s . r 1 s : ' 1 r it - r . .K 1 F71 Ljff-. ' ':1i.N W ---' . K 'fi 'N 'Q vilxfil 'iii' i K H.-A x " Q Q w . ' ,-"WMA M '. - f " f lf"u"f wfsylxfsg KA v . N A . uv . , t ti - m x, J. , 'AX Q . Q 5, , . .xv x an S ' FX? -6. ---- -- X x x 11 :img Q K A . ,N 5 .M MQ . 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The aim of FHA is to promote a growing appreciation ot ioy and sahdachon ot hmnenmkmg and to study economics for home welfare. Future Homemakers of America, estab- lished in l945, is sponsored by Mrs. Martha Lopp. th Smith. Row Bonnie McCoy, Judy Clem, Barbara Foster, Loreatha Banet, Joyce Criswell, Edna Mathis. Row 3: lu- E d J ' Du ins, Dilla McCaffrey, Monica Singleton, Phyllis Hick- etta McDaniel, Phyllis Minter, Margie r man, anice gg man. Q-1.1 kg Asgg Q: ww Nw x. xwwvyg f QXSE . XL -QNX c 155552 1 1 ha. , , , RTS. X5 .2 27 .M , W L f , if Q X , X f .. ip, V ,p w +' . , gigs .lk ix. i M I SHS x rn: r-N . , f M ,, . - gi. fm ia Q '3 x ,K zu, . J Lim L . rw : fda'-1.' .5 Wig.: 'A gg, , H 1' fgwm x5 ,4 5. Q, I7 mi:'fff1':Q,, 59 Efwfiwxp ' '- s, r 5, vp?v2'g'g, ' - V 'fi " 2 ' 1 1, N fx. Wg fe f 1 ,Q 1 VZ' , -1 gy' Q if Y W E. Z 4 M + 2? 'L 41' -YV 'W NS 3 7 V 1 , -'S 2 . ., -t 1 -, 'in xi 1 fa 'V w RQ 4 4 -s rm' . x, , Q Fw 5,33 Y 15' 'I , 4 41 vpwwygg, ,gl ,,. ,, ,wgw ,L -W 1 125, if n. f ,ff , -14 . f f ," if 4354 iz, Mfg? My ' ff ' ' 3, I f 14 , 'E Zim! 'W f , S an r M, A,, ,, N? gf 1 1 fy, ' 'W if M '- L Q, my 5 W we Future Teachers To interest students in becoming teachers and cultivating qualities of leadership, character, and scholarship are two purposes of Future Teachers of America. Anyone interested in teaching as a career is eligible for membership. Conventions attended by members of FTA included the Southern Area Convention at Corydon and the Spring Convention at lndiana- polis. Installation of officers and new members took place in the Minerva Room January seventh. Christmas and Easter parties were given for the children at Joseph Rauch Memorial School. ,g...a Tr'2?is.2r? A Members of Future Teachers read a handbook on "Careers in Teaching." Officers Judy Purlee, vice-president, Richie Burris, sergeant-at-arms, Shelia Miller, president, Nancy Shine, secretary, and, kneeling, Dobert Owsley, treasurer, look towards a poster and a future concerning teaching. Row l: Glenna Faye Ratliff, Mary Pernatt, Carole Willis, Penny Reas, Nancy Shine, Janis Bierod, Darlene Rowe. Row 2: Shirley Farnsley, Carolyn Goebel, Shelia Miller, Margie Hoback, Lynn Hanen, Phyllis Bube, Linda Stocksdale, Mary Anne Houghton. Row 3: Mr. Lambf sponsor, Thomas J. Winn, Robert Owsley, lrene Sams, Colleen Shan- non, Sue Mann, Carolyn Turton, Judy Purlee, Jane Adams. l .w""" Row 1: Dorothy Ann Becht, Anna Lee Jenkins, Barbara Ann Johnson, Wanda Bailey, Charles Daugherty, Bill Green- well. Row 2: Allen Green, Mike Gullett, Sharon Moorman, Wanda Wood, Walter Maucker, Ronnie Johnson, Jack Huber. Row 3: Shirley Batman, Gladys Robinson, Beverly Payton, Sherri Reynolds, Doris Richert, Donna Roberts. Music Appreciation Music Appreciation club was organized in 1953 to help students learn more about and appreciate better music. Membership is open only to freshman and sophomore students. Members study the backgrounds of mod- ern and classic composers. Club meetings were devoted to listening to albums by com- posers such as Gershwin, Beethoven, Mc- Dowell, Mendelssohn, and Wagner. Dues collected from club members go toward the purchase of new records and albums. Meetings were held on Thursday with Mrs. Laura Mellon as the sponsor. Officers of Music Appreciation Club Dorothy Ann Becht, treasurer, Shirley Bowman, secretary, Charles Daugherty, president, play records for the club dur- ing their Thursday meetings. l53 Members of the Junior Booster Executive Committee are Carole Gilley, Meri Ander- son, Linda Thames, Ann Adams, Becky Harmon, Joann Blunk, seated. Standing are Brenda Seipel, Claudia Speth, Cathy Clipp, Melissa Dark, Sherry Mohar, Tammy Huff, Marilyn Schultz, Pam Jacobi, Pat Harttield, Betsy Fultineer. Following the crowning of the JV Basketball Queen, the candidates and their escorts pose for a picture. They are Roddy Brooks and Linda Thames, David Jollisaint and Meri An- derson, Mike Groh and Queen Pat Harttield, Marilyn Schultz and Bill Stalker, Marsha Marsh and Max Mason. Susan Oakes was crown bearer. I54 The Beatnik Dancers in the Junior Booster Variety Show are Sherry Burres, Marilyn Schultz, Karen Haub, Martha Roberts, Meri Anderson, Pam Shal- lers, Brenda Harper, Melissa Dark, and Marsha Marsh. Junior Boosters "We want Victory" is a chant heard from Junior Boosters' block during JV basketball games. The freshman-sophomore booster sec- tion must have instilled their wish within the team, for the Junior Varsity squad had a winning season. Junior Boosters is composed of freshman and sophomore girls. Membership is open to any underclassman with a desire to support and cheer the JV team. Junior Varsity cheerleaders are in- cluded in its membership, Miss Mariorie Thomas is advisor of the organization. Activities sponsored by Junior Boosters were - Standin before the Junior Boosters formation are the annual Ja vee Ho and a variet show. , 9 , Y p Y officers Ann Scott, president, Jan Hubbard, treasurer, Dona Brown, secretary, Bev Spencer, vice-president. Row l: Judy Jacobi, Becky Harmon, Linda Thames, Jo Ann Blunk, Marsha Marsh, Meri Anderson, Sandy Longest Claudia Speth Bev Spencer Blanche Tinder, Jan Hubbard. Row 2: Melissa Dark, France Mason, Carole Gilley, Ann Adams, Brenda Harper, Cathy Clipp Carlton Garbough Martha Roberts Judy Allee, Roma Abel, Jeanette Emmett. Row 3: Marilyn Humphrey, Judy Wright Karen Haub, Marilyn Parr Janice' Blair, Bett Neafus Claud' N f l J d , , y , ia ea us, u y Greer, Marcella Karnes, Sharon Pearcy, Sylvia Baker. Row 4: Linda Brown, Donna Kay Brown, Linda Wiseman, Nancy Wright, Mary Ann Summers, Marcia S h ' b ' ' c rie er, Carolyn Thomas, Jeanie Keller, Judy Ogden, Judy Penn, Ellen Schowe. Row 5: Judy Whitman, Nancy Schmitt, Carol Schleicher, Vickie Sage, Sherry Smith, Kay Neely, Becky Moss, Diana Leist, Carolyn Adams, Susan Dosch, Kathy Mahoney. Row 6- Billei Bowman, Mary Kay Jackson, Barbara Johnson, Anita Williams, Judy Lester, Charlotte Parsons, Janie Baker, Nikki Durbin, Miki Phelps, Ann Miller, Jacqlueline McKim. Row 7: Frances Hamilton, Sue Shultz, Ruth Livers, Jo ce Eckert Pa l F I P Ak' I y , ua erre, at t ins, He en Scott, Karen Huber, Lana Jung, Beverly Walts, Roma Lee Jones. Row 8: Pamela Shallers, Carol Uland, Becky Griffin, Geneva Curts, Claudia Hall, Barbara Timberlake, Connie Summers, Judee Saunders, Joyce Cook, Sally Lewis, Deanna Ashabranner. Row 9: Betty Kellams, Jessie Lipsey, Janis Jones, Becky Robinson Brenda Seipel, Katie Ollis Betsy Fultineer, 'Sherry Mohar, Lett Walke Ph ll' G th , , y r, y is un er, Vicki Curtis. Row 70: Leithea King, Pat Jerrell, Melanie Austin, Sandy Shepherd, Sharon Sweet, Peggy Scott, Sandy Peyton, Susan Owens, Nancy Single t J A h'bl - ' ' on, oyce rc i a d, Kathleen McClellan. Row ll. Linda Lester, Janet Reynolds, Carolyn Jaynes, Judy Jones, Sharon Bailey, Sandra Bailey, Barbara Weber, Ramona Judy, Jo Ann Sheets, Judy Hubbard, Shirley Fessel. Row l2: Sherry Burres Ann Scott Tamie Huff Pam Jacobi P K Hartfield Sharon Ginkei S 1 1 1 1 - - 1 n 1 Janice Gilmore, Barbara Magness, Ethel Brown, Phyllis Gilland, Mary Kay Wallace. Row 13: Jackie Kamer, Marilyn Schultz, Linda Hager, Peggy Thomas. , 1 ' Q Sli' is t After their weekly meeting in the boys' gym are officers, Karen Harmon, secretary, Judy Harttield, vice- president. Top row: Becky Brown, treasurer, and Polly Bradford, president. Senior Boosters Senior Boosters was organized for girls in- terested in backing NAHS sports. Members brave the cold during football season, and "N" is known for its support during the bas- ketball season. Boosters, directed by Mr. Robert Clayton, helped start the football season by decorat- ing the field. Don Heid was crowned King of Hearts at the February dance. Before the Madison game, Boosters joined Varsity "N" to present a pep session. Members dressed in wigs and "fancy clothing" to portray the players of the two teams. Row 1 Starr Whittinghill, Dorothy Goldsmith, Judy Gehring, Judy Childress, Polly Bradford, Judy Hartfield, Becky Brown, Jo Ann McCutchan, Janie ' - D H L' d Richert, June Yvonne Brandenburg, Elaine Roscoe, Barbara Miller, Goldie Lou Kent, Row 2. Sharon Miltenberger, Jo Hampton, onna ouse, in a ara Ruth Blair, Sue Crump, Jo Crosby, Carolyn Garvvin, Mickey Nunemacher, Kay Weber. Row 3: Dottie Delong, Pam Wolfe, Barbara Oakes, Evangeline Young, Sue Mann, Jeanette Mitchell, Barbara Smith, Janet Barnett, Marcella Buribe-e Row A Audra Gilliatt, Lucy Conner Mary Ann Summers, Vicki Hahn, Sandi Pate, Virginia Varble, Linda Mills, Bonnie Jonas, Cath: Stewart, ldasue I Row 5: Bev Spencer, Ora Foster, Lillie Lavery, Betty Burch, Carole Gilley, Sue Taylor, Margie Perkins, Pat Geason, Beck Engleman, Mary Jane Payton. Row 6: Gerry Wilson, Judy Wentzell, Sue Schulz, Libbie Powers, Thelma Petty, Fulkrzrson, June Doris Fulkerson, Barb Charlene Boinan, Pat Hosea, Pat Neal, Stone, Pat Timberlake, Lucie Thomas, Judy Dempster, Beverly Wltittinghill, y Bonnie Dolan, Sue Ann Esley, Penny Rease, Vickie Sage, Judy Donahue, Beverly Higgins, Marcella Parson. Row 7: Nancy Whitlock, Linda Skinner, Brenda Short, Carolyn Belcher, Rota Sparks, Pat Borden, Linda Phillips, Carol Badger, Linda Black, Darlene Sprigler, Nyoka Humphress, Judy Corbett. Row 8: Sandy Morton, Karen MrCiirtly, Cynthia Polhemus, Velra Scipel, Barbara Benbrook, Rita Beanblossom, Carol Thompson, Juanita Banet, Barbara Bowman, Gloria Blake, Karen Goebel, Linda Crady. Row 9- Nancy Westerfield, Sondra Tucker, Dona White, Rosemary Kirtley, Nancy Martin, Connie Thomas, Sandy Wiggs, Qonrlra Wilson, Janie Yoiinq, Suzanne Braitling, Donna Martin, Susan Daughtrey. Row IO: Donna Miller, Marcella Karnes, Donna Scott, Sharon Riley, Ruth Aim Doll, Bi-tty Bell, Violet Wilson, Genie Zahnd, Alma Williams, Sandy Bir, Barbara Noel, Linda Timberlake. Row ll: Betty Dyson, Mary lee Faiilkenr burg, Sandy Fess, Phyllis Sinkhorn, Judy Sparks, Diana Wolfe, Linda Aultrnan, Evelyn Grants, Barbara Curtis, Judy De.-Weese, Beverly Rouck, Ethel Brown, Nancy Wriqht. The executive committee of Senior Bopsters consisted of Linda Skinner, Nancy Whitlock, Dorothy Goldsmith, Judy Peyton, and Judy Childress. awww. Donnie Heid reigned as i959-60 King ot Hearts. we ' 3 X Boosters in action during an exciting game. "Oh no, they've gone ahead of us," says Phyllis Raney cheerleader captain. Boys' Glee Club Aims of Boys' Glee Club are to promote good singing tor members and to enioy music through active participation. An additional ob- iective is to gain poise in stage presentation by appearances in concerts before students and the general public. Boys' Glee Club, a Tuesday club, meets in Room 312. Mr. Robert Carter is the faculty advisor for this organization. During club periods, members participate in group sing- David Mann, treasurer, David Garriott, vice-president, Joe White, mg' Boys Glee Club has been In existence president, and David Klinger, sergeant--at-arms, acted as leaders for twelve years. of Boys' Glee Club this year. Row l: Terry Thompson, David Klinger, Bobby Black, Jim Fowler, Sam Shallers, David Mann, John Doughty. Row 2: Wayne Lewter, Carl Loweth, Alan King, Bill Baker, Jim Grosheider, David lnruh, David Garriott, Parker Loweth, Row 3: Billy Caple, ' ' - ' J' F' her Leon Pete Espeseth, Mike Jones, Darrell Nash, Norman Graves, Buddy Swank, Jim Miller. Row 4. Bucky Lanning, im is , King, Phil Losson, Joe White, Tom Zeller, Tom Snook, David Thorn. l58 l -1 Row l: Margie Hensley, Loreatha Banet, Norma Lane, Luana Lowell, Mike Heath, Steve Cunningham, Sandy Sams, Barbara Carr, Millie Hampton. Row 2- Carol Thompson Pat Byerly Terry Harrison Peggy Truax Tedd Daniel D ' J H . , , , , y , oris ane argis, Jo Ann McCutchan, Janet Polley, Barbara Jefferson, Janis McNutt. Row 3: Jo Ann Johnston, Luci Thomas, Mary Kay Jackson, Janet Shivel, Jimmy Snook, Lynda Carmickle, Ruth Durbin, Carol Caesar, Karen Harmon, Judy Arnold. Row 4: Mrs. Biggerstaff, Gary B .,.. . ond, Mike Self, Jim Truce, Bill Bow, Richard Posley, Perry Rexroat, Tom Copler, Mitch Byrne, Jack Beanblossom. Art Club An annual event sponsored by the Art Club is the Basketball Dance. This year the Basket- ball' queen candidates enhanced the beauty of the fountain and golden cupids which were the center of the decorations. Members enioyed a Halloween party and a trip to Brown County, which is a favorite of artists because of its scenic beauty. Here the club visited art galleries and had a picnic to end the year's activities. This club meets in room 208 each Tuesday and is headed by Mrs. Biggerstaff. Basketball queen, Dottie DeLong, stands next to the fountain constructed by Art club members. These members were the costume winners at the Art Club's annual Halloween party: Gregg Kaiser, Judy Swan, Millie Hampton, Ruth Durbin, Patsy Larberg. L Q3 ix Row 7: Gayle Crabtree, Suzi Woodruff, Mickey Nunemacher, Linda Crady, Barbara Haas, Karen Goebel, Donna Jones, June Cochran, Linda Mifflin. Row 2: Velra Seipel, Janet Waller, Pal Felz, Judy Corbett, Rebecca Haycox, Joyce Cruse, Hilda Cundiff, Mary Jo Saylor. Row 3: Dolly Joslin, Belty Baker, Sondra Tucker, Barbara Jeffers, Donna Roederer, Beverly Vallandingham, Joyce Harpe, Nyoka Humpress, Susan Daugherty. Row 4: Mr. Millenberger, Bob Akers, Larry Hamm, Jim Jeffer, Joe Bisinger, Jim Hardesty, Gary Schmidt, Michael Condis, James Loyd, Margaret Yates. O I I O Dlstrlbutive Education Have you ever wondered who stands out in the cold and sells the hot dogs at our football games? They are members of the D.E, club, which is sponsored by Mr. Millen- berger. They also sold refreshments at the polio benefit game this year. D.E. is a national organization whose pro- gram is to help young people find employ- ment. Each year, members of D.E. attend State and National conventions, where they com- pete in contests and run for offices. Another annual event is the Employer- Employee banquet held at the Colonial x as XRS Q qv 1 X XX x XWX Q ss Y XX X St F x 5 X X N X N We X X A X X X X s X X X as SEX xfsx six X, XXX 5 X X so X Ns Q WX 5 ,R X X NX XX it qw X Q5 Xa.. X ,bai , ., Officers of DE are Jim Jeffer, presi- dent, Joyce Harpe, secretary, seat- ed. Slanding are: Margaret Yates, historian, and Velra Seipel, vice- president. Leaving for their respective iobs are Mickey Nunemacher, Donna Roederer, Gary Blackman, Michael Condis and Linda Mifflin. l6I Overlooking the agenda are officers Johnny Canter, treasurer, Gary Miller, vice-president, Phil Kemp, secretary, Lawrence Mann, president. l62 Coin and stamp collections are the center of attraction for David Phillips, Nick Holz, Frank Fenwick, and Virgil Hertling. Row 1: Steve Becht, Johnny Canter, Phil Kemp, Gary Miller, Edgar Polley, Kermit Hendrich, William Fentres. Row 2: Lawrence Mann, David Cantrell, Frank Fen- wick, Gary Hinkebein, Nick Holz, Fred Warneke, Alan King. Row 3: Shawn Phillips, Virgil Hertling, Richard McHowe, James Martin, Charley Wyzard, David Phillips. Stamp Club Bartering is an old term, and on Tuesdays in room 212 you could find a better-than- dictionary definition of it. Both stamps and coins are traded and sold during the week- ly Stamp Club meeting. Stamp auctions were held at various times throughout the year, and a swimming party entertained the members at Hazelwood Junior High School. Mr. Norman Smith, Stamp Club sponsor, supervises and participates in the club's activities. :vii Quill and Scroll Formed in l822, by publication advisors, the Quill and Scroll Honor Society exists to Kirk, Mary Raina Bernardi, siaaiia Millar and Barbara Gam. revverel end eneeurege individuel initiative in high school iournalism. ln addition to being approved by the executive secretary of Quill and Scroll, members must be juniors or seniors in the upper third of their class, be recommended by their iournalism advisor, and do superior work on publications. Skinner, Sarah Sarles, Vicki Hahn and Judy Peyton. New members were accepted this year in January and at the Quill and Scroll Banquet in May, when the editors of the publications were announced tor the com- ing year. Newly accepted members of Quill and Scroll pause for a picture. Seated are Tony Feiock, and Starr Whittinghill. Standing are Jan Other new members in upper right picture are Judy Leach, Sandy Phelps and Andre Drechsel, seated. Standing are Linda The two year Quill and Scroll members relax outside the Journalism room. Row l, seated, are David Schroeder, Barbara Adams, and Virginia Walker. Row 2, seated, Sharon Miltenberger and Becky Engleman. Standing are Steve Baron and Paul Roberts. I63 K+' , X ilg k 'af' L i I L 'Q S'ffFfff ' A vE,n5 25,?fM ?? v Y ffl X1 v M Q 5 Y Q ' 2 " 'N Q 4 3 R S - my , X W H i . if X F ' f M w ff 'tri Ak A iilf 55? 155' ' W m, L 3? 7 - 'fy 4, Q' '5 gm if 323 it " f X ' W 5 avg . if if f' Mfim X Qi , 1 Na? f., W x ': U' k Q .-R1 .:' ,gQw l ua- ' R 1 'i , W in ...M 2 J, as 4 9 43 5 k,,L X. ,L , M... x it . i q 'Ns Q R 35 'Qi f as F rg , fy ' iff' f- . 7 .Q if-L-j ' X xy- 5 PM Rfk? .gim ,- wg W www ffsig iw- i 554 ,ffl 'S Q Q- K ,GMU h I 5 I , wg K , wr- ' X ' " - ' K 'L s ix f 1 2 A Nw , ' SEVQVZ . . an Q sh ' L' S gf .5?Qw-5. if 1 1 Looking over a script are officers Sue Keithley, sergeant-ah Freshman Dramatics Underclassmen who want to gain poise and self-confidence should seek membership in Freshman Dramatics Club. Members of this organization learn basic dramatics by producing plays and skits during Tuesday club period. Plans and preparations were made by the dramatists for a one-act play to be enacted during an assembly. Miss Ann Wells sponsored Freshman Dra- matics Club. Members participated in many activities between club hour presentations. Presenting a play to the club members are Sue Hammer, Debbie Daugherty, Johnny Burger and David Klinger. arms, Sandy Harrison, vice-president, Shirley Baxter, secretary, Gary Housel, sergeant-at-arms, Nancy Brannon, treasurer, standing. Seated is Gary Wolfe, president. Row 1: Mary Uzzell, Shirley Baxter, John Drescher, Sandra Knight, Patricia Ballew, Carrol Phipps, Sandy Harrison, Nancy Rasor, Sandy Harrison, Nancy Rasor, Sue Keithley. Row 2: Linda Colglazier, Harriet Hughes, Nancy Miller, Joyce Williams, Mary Lou Dewberry, Becky Kelly, Debbie Daugherty, Nancy Brannon, Frances Robinson. Row 3: Diane Strauss, Betty Wilson, Shelia Krauss, David Klinger, Marilyn Schumacher, Judy Denison, Diana Cole, Pamela Nance, Karin Durick, Trina Kirk. Row 4: Betsy Pehlke, Johnny Burger, Gary Housel, Tom Denny, Bonnie Russell, Sue Hammer, Eddie Gupton, Betty Sargent, Betty Prince. Student Council Well known throughout the school is the NAHS Student Council and its sponsor, Mr. Robert Willman. The aim of Student Council is to display an example of leadership worthy of being followed by others. Following the precedence of last year, an executive committee was elected. This com- mittee consists of the officers and two mem- bers from the senior, iunior, sophomore, and freshman classes. l Activities sponsored by the Student Coun- cil this year were the annual Homecoming Dance, the Holiday Hop, and the Freshman- Sophomore Prom. Conducting a meeting of Student Council are its officers Larry Wilkins, treasurer, Dave Crumbo, president, Charles Hughes, vice-president, and Nancy Whitlock, secretary. Row i: Judy Hubbach, Miki Phelps, Carolyn Ang, Claudia Hall, Audra Gilliott, Martha Nix, Marilyn Shultz, Vicki Merritt, Delores Stevens, Andre Drechsel, Sherry Mohar, Diane Strauss. Row 2: Marsha Schrieber, Pat Kirk, Donna Corbett, Carol Cundiff, Debbie Daughtery, Pat Atkins, Ellen Showe, Helen Scott, Carol Caesar, Nancy Whitlock. Row 3: Pat Hartfield, Carol Uland, Lynn Corkin, Rosemary Kurtley, Velra Seipel, Judy Barmore, Vicki Wright, Betty Lucas, Betty Chaney, Karen Umbriet. Row 4: Polly Bradford, Ann Scott, Cynthia Polhemus, Danny Marsh, Tom Wolfe, David Unruh, Gary Wolfe, Vicki Nicholson, . . . 6: Jane Adams. Row 5 Jimmy Jackson, Bob Singleton, Ronnie Young, Bill Stalker, Norman Tabler, Jack Park, Bob Brel, Duke Turner, Ben Blackiston. Row b W'lk' Denn's Renshaw, Mike Groh, Charlie Hughes, .lim Burden, Terry Eve, Mike Rollins, Eric Jones, Jim Jack Holt, Charlie Harrell, Dave Crum o, Larry i ins, i Stiner. Members of Student Council ponder over a problem at a Tues- day meeting. David Unruh, Norman Taloler, and Rosemary Kirt- ley get refreshments from the Student Council sponsored orange iuice machines. Executive committee of Student Council, Row 7: Charles Hughes, Mike Groh, Charlie Harrell, Eric Jones and Dave Crumbo. Row 2: Larry Wilkins, Nancy Whitlock, Sherry Mohar, Carol Caesar, Bill Stalker and Norman Tabler plan a future meeting. I67 T13 K Qffilf g 'ww Q V x 5 E , .Qwu ww sw ,.- ,.... . S 1 4 If 2 'aw ' -S3252 5 ,Q iii? 5 23 Q 25551512 fd? TWA, GQQM ,MJ afgf Swan y.,L , ..,s, :K 'fiw A - -:iw LVL.. , jyeisifii . 2 5 , LM 5 Q V , . 4 , , , fn , 511 41,- :J Y-f, CG., A X Q -:ffl , g L? J , .,X. , . 1 g,iQ.l.:fLfgE, K P iygii 1 E , ' X 3 x X 1 .Mm e af .Af CQ bw + Q? ,fb Gi . 'SME Qi, , I ., f- 931-xgwbu . gif-Q 3 .Q 5, 1 pe STEREO FIDELITY . . . is flue laillwlul reproduc lion of an original sound - exaclly as YOU lweard il. Local Service al' Mail Order Prices GOLDEN EAR JU 3-453l 6I0 Sou+h Third Slreef Henry Clay Ho+el Building Louisville, Keniuclcy JH I69 E . R 5-'S' J Q mag r S .4i.xe.x.Y ' fi SF? 'L Q S X' , 2 gi? Q, E , PM ,. fl? 5? f y W- : " " f A ik , 1'5fP'f, I ' 11:5 A515 -' . ' ' , an - ,rf A -5 ' , A' .v S' f1J,f2g,f 1 Y N We ! mv-+1-...mM.., , 5 .M i Q X . A rf 1 -an-agus-wsu ,....X. ......, x.,,xm,,v .was ... -af ff Q ' .4 Q K f ii i f I N MIK A i i i 3 P IIIIIY3 Q MILK FOR TWO Pal Marlel and Jim Clarlc enioy some clmocolale mill: al Kannapel's Dairy. BE HEALTHY . . . DRINK MILK WH 5-6679 l80l Easl' Spring Slreel New Albany, Indiana ,'f"5?Y 3 PILLS, PILLS, PILLS, PILLS, PILLS, AND ETC. Cynlhia Allen and Dwala Funl: walcl-I Mr. Roger Muir fill a prescriplion. Professional Pharmacy Free Delivery Drugs at Retail Price I. E L, S NEW ALBANY APOTHECARY I56 Easl Main Slreel New Albany, Indiana WH 4-2832 l7I J. H. SCHRIEBER ' 81 CO. Giffs Painf Toys MYLES HARDWARE IOII VINCENNES STREET WH 4-4523 New Albany, Indiana I USE OUR NUMBER FOR LUMBER acque Sieyn, and John Wege examine a piece of wallboard. F Lumber Work WH 55225 BuiIder's Supplies IOOI Eas+ Marke+ S+ree+ 226 and 228 Gali SI'ree+ NEW ALBANY, INDIANA New Albany, Indiana WH 4-2254 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DENTISTS: Benne'H', Charles R. Exline, Harold Lee, Harry Jr. Rosenihal, Leonard Sco++, O. E. S+emm, Wilson E. Temple. B. G. ATTORN EYS : Biggers+a'Ff, Comer Cody. John A. Janes, William LeisI', Nicholas Lorch, Basil Jr. 206 Elsby Building 4I4 Eas'I' Spring S+ree+ 3I3 Elsby Building 208 Elsby Building I48 Easl' Spring SIreeI' II09 Eaasf Spring S+reeI' 425 Elsby Building 6 MuI'uaI TrusI' Building 525 Elsby Building 325 Elsby Building 405 Elsby Building 5I7 Elsloy Building WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH 4-7874 4-3694 4- I 222 5-865 I 4-7 I 53 4-602 I 4-7540 4-628I 4- I 0 I 2 4-6I 33 4-I9l I 5-525I RCA-Vic+or Television Hi-Fidelify Record Players S'rereopI1onic Record Players MASON'S l27 E. Spring WH 5-62II New Albany, Indiana HONEY KRUST BAKERY 4I4 Pearl S+ree'r New Albany, Indiana WH 4-7789 BEAUTY IS OUR BUSINESS NEW ALBANY BEAUTY COLLEGE 322 Vincennes S+ree+ New Albany, Indiana WH 4-0353 P Dale, Jim Harffield. Ton Feioclr, arr AN APPLE A DAY aw ins. Morfon y L y H K R I1 B nd Sharon Milfenberger enjoy KaI1I's apples. KAHL'S MARKET I 423 Easi' Oak S+ree+ New Albany, Indiana WH 4-4273 44 cfs?" 5 ' I ' 5 No Cleaner Cars Anywhere rff,jT B LL ' T673 HANKA M W J AUTO SALES gg 4l0 Easi' Main S+reeI' New Albany, Indiana WH 5-023I The Complete Paint Store PRESTON'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER COMPANY You Are InviI'ed Io Visii' Our Hobby SI'ore 3I3 SI'a+e SI'ree+ New Albany, Indiana WH 4-Ol8I SI'op In or Call for an Es'rima+e RITE AWNING COMPANY AND AUTOMATIC VENETIAN BLIND LAUNDRY 3I2 Easi' Main SI'reeI' New Albany, Indiana WH 4-5276 I74 Mary Rufh Bernard: pl FOR CLEANER CLOTHES STAR CLEANERS 26 Easi' Third Sireei' New Albany, Indiana WH 5-5229 CONCRETE PRODUCTS BUILDING MATERIALS L. THORN COMPANY, INC. I3I9 Vincennes S+ree'l' New Albany, Indiana WH 4-6465 clrs ouf her cleaning as Mr. Elmer Ehal h "A Trial Will Tell" BROWN A ,X 9 DRY CLEANING ? Pick-Uppraljngelivery SW ff, N l 'X Wl'1ile You Wail' aw l fm IOO7 Vincennes Sl'ree'l' New Albany, Indiana 54,4 WH 4-I582 413 For a Variety of Products A Ngzzzss s g Founlain Service sEARs fr CULLEN ROEBUCK VARIETY SHOP ll ? 'A 2 Culberlsond Avenue CO, Nelldlillnifilifana 20l Pearl Sfreel' NEW ALBANY. INDIANA Wl'l 5-527l NEW ALBANY'S MOST POPULAR STORE l75 GAYTIME FASHION 2I3 Pearl S+ree+ New Albany, Indiana Charge Accounts for the Younger Set! CLOTHES FIT FOR A QUEEN Sue Denny and Carol Cundiff show Homecoming Queen, Phyllis Raney, some of fhe lafesl' high school fashions. We look forward +o serving young people in a way which will help give lhem a beffer underslanding of +he value of money, encourage l'hrif+, and develop self-sufficiency. We aslc approval Incl guaranleel of a parenl' or guardian before opening lhe accounl' bul' lhe accounf is in Ihe name of Ihe child and +he bills are mailed Io fhem. ALL GIRLS from I5 Io 2I are inviled +o apply for +his junior coniinuous charge account Come 'Io Ihe credil deparlmenl of 'Ihe GAYTIME FASHION, 2I3 Pearl S+reeI', New Albany, Indiana, 'For complele informalion and an applicalion form. w wa- " A 3 , X W L. ' X S x X ar A' I + .... ' f - R1 K af ,X.y K N ,,. .. X ij E ,, . if ,X I: . j . sf- f " . .fy ,N sw Q A 9 1-Q ,A ,W f uw' x wk F N99 x S' 5 3 it N X if Q g 2 ff . ,X.. at 'Sn -. , f Q' 1 N wk ,, ,lx 3 S S , A x X V n n Arif 4 gf 1 M' f' 3? LA' Fife 1. 4, A' sz .5 9 2 Q 1 , , Q f .. my t ,,,, "'I2s4' Bedford Slone, Georgia Marble, Face Brick by BUILDING STONE, INC. I824 Easl' Main SI'ree+ WH 4-3224 New Albany, Indiana GREGORY SHOE REPAIRS New Albany Sleam Laundry Building Pearl and Main S'I'reeI's New Albany, Indiana THINKING AHEAD W... ... I... .. M., F......, ....... Sh... ... 0,965 . mpes G,,,.,, 55 KAISER'S H'2',jfdQZEfj'SRf,fgs ,A TOBACCO STORE 32X"5'..?i52Z.L.+ J. O. ENDRIS 81 SON Jewelers Slerling Silver Cullured Pearls Tableware W6+Cl1eS Diamonds Glassware China I78 New Albany, Indiana A Pleasure Io Buy 'H LONE STAR W LUMBER CO. I A WH 4-7728 I636 Slale Run New Albany, Indiana Sales Service Ren+als W TYPEWRITER f Q TERMINAL WH 4-7827 - " exf- IX I6I3 Eas+ Merkel Sfreel' ,J-41552. New Albany, IndIana AND DEPOSIT COMPANY SOUTHERN INDIANA APPLIANCE CENTER LONE STAR BRANCH 2736 Charlestown Road Oldes+ Bank in Floyd CounI'y Eslablished in l904 GENERAL BANKING -TRUST SERVICES and INSURANCE MEMBERS Federal Reserve Sysl and Federal Deposil' Insurance Corporalion Buy Your General Elec+ric Appliances From TRUNNELL 81 BARR, Inc voeuf s BEAUTY SHOPPE Newberry Building New Albany, Indiana WH 4-I04I CENTRAL UPHOLSTERING CORPORATION l445 Soufh Sfreel' New Albany, Indiana I79 C. P. SALES CO We Guaranfee You Ihe Lowesl' Prices in Town l 42I S+a're S1'ree'r GUNSMOKE New Albany Mal? IBiII Brewerl Dillion and Wyaff IMiIre Corneliusl Earp fighf if ou+ af C. P. Sales. Indiana Diamonds Wa'IcI'1es Spor+ing Goods Bicycles Luggage Housewares Jewelry WaIIeI's Toys Elecfric Appliances e:.f Q n QR-L, 42 QL A 4 , , LQ! J Q gig I ' as COMPLIMENTS OF Hurry A 'Io We I FRIEND EMERY ICE CREAM COMPANY 550 BeI1arreII Avenue New Albany, Indiana WH 4- I 392 I80 With You in Mind COMPLIMENTS P pI D gg I' Your Neighbor PARAMOUNT F REI BERGER BURT CWENS PLYWOOD FURNITURE I 0 IZlbVincennjf PRODUCTS N ' COMPANY INCGRPORATED M f?+I1drQ:hfI.'2ff,IfssILnQes'lffofQf.'.Q' IflnIcI3.ch'ffm We 'O my of me my Dairy Queen pmdms VISIT SAJ KO'S DAIRY QUEEN Corydon Pike New Albany, Indiana DAIRY QUEEN IS BETTER BeH'er Tas+ing . . B H 'F Y C. ROBERT BROOK'S 81 SON Reallors - Insurance 349 Vincennes Sfreel' New Albany, Indiana PETE RY-HEDDEN COMPANY, INC. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Sales - Renlals - Repairs Adding Machines Cash Regislers Typewrilers Sales - Files - Desks WH 5-52I5 4I5 Pearl S+ree+ New Albany, Indiana FATHER KNOWS BEST Mr. Charles Kirk explains an insurance policy Io his daughler, Jan, and Bob Singlefon. C. W., KIRK AGENCY REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 2I3 Easf Spring S+reeI' WH 4-88I2 New Albany, Indiana I82 MEET THE GANG AT SPARK'S Foolball buddies, Bud Agnew and Ronnie Yarbrough, enioy coke af Spark's. SPARK'S CAFETERIA Home S+yIe Cooking IO35 Vincennes S+ree+ WH 5-8849 New Albany, Indiana CHESTER B. STEM INC. Visil' Us Oflen LEE'S RESTAURANT Tn 4 I O Pea rl SI'ree+ iii. New Albany, Indiana WH 5-8070 Q2 V 6 GAVIN'S DRIVE-IN Home of the Delicious Giontburger Open 7 A.M.- I2 P.M. Closed Tuesday Serving Breakfast Lunch, and Dinners Curb Service Sunday Thru Thursday 7 A.M.- I0 P.M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 7 A.M.- I2 P.M. Complefe Founlain Service All Food Cooked +o Order YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED CARL'S PRODUCE Wholesome Fruifs, Vegelables, Produce 3l4 S+a+e Slreel' New Albany, lndiana WH 4-56l2 CADILLAC BOWLING LANES Home of New AIbany's Junior and Ban+am Leagues COMPLETE PRO SHOP BAGS, BALLS, SHOES Wesl' Firs+ and Spring S+ree+s New Albany, lndiana COLONIAL ,, EN IN THE WJDEDFZDDRD MANOR FIN 'I' RESTAURANT Hiway 3I-W For Reservalions Befween WH 5-8753 5 S J NEW ALBANY SELLERSBURG PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT E. L. THOMAS Tax ConsuI+an+ Bookkeeping Time Sfudy SERVICE WITH A SMILE Sfarr Whiffinghill, Karen Umbreif. and Jo Hampfon wafch Mr. Vern M Ih 'FII cl 'I dl I a es i anor er orco iver oi . For Complefe Drug and Foun+ain Service lI"s VERNON MATHES DRUG Vincennes Sfreel' al' Charleslown Road New Albany, lndiana WH 4-36 I 2 183 ' " X y Health Is Wealth, Use I u - Z l ' lull X .S x, vs, 46's ' I 2 BOWMAN DAIRY PRODUCTS of Superior Flavor I2OI East Market Street New Albany, Indiana Weddings 'gg Portraits Candids Babies Home ot the Fat Boy F ormals A0 if in 7. A"t'."' I WW, I, Kg' Sundays HOUGHTON s STUDIO 7-I 11g OAI, no-I ' ' 920 East Oak at I0th Street Fridays and Saturdays New Albany, Indiana 7-2 WH 4-OI97 Highway 3l W, New Albany, Indiana MARY and TOMMY Follow ALL the New Albany High School news in the NEW ALBANY TRIBUNE . . . your hometown daily . . . And don't miss your own column "New Albany Hi Lites" in the Tribune. THE NEW ALBANY TRIBUNE AND SUNDAY LEDGER TRIBUNE 320 East Spring Street WH 4-648I New Albany, Indiana I84 CHARLES L. VERNIA 81 SDN Insurance and Real Esfafe 207 Eas+ Marlcei' S+ree+ WH 5-8I9I H"s a FacI'! You Can Buy for Less U FU' I E a+ I46-I50 Eas+ Main S+. New Albany, Indiana WH 5-5243 OPEN ALL NIGHT ECON-0-WASH Wash 20c Dry I Oc 709 Wesi' Main S+reeI' New Albany, Indiana PROM TIME S I Mr. Louie Sfein, and Li'Hle Sis, Susan, help Big Sis, p L fh P h l'OfTI 5 OBS. , NY YNIIIG 'NAI I! Ill ICO' Soufhern Indiana's Leading Re+aiI Fuel Dealer SCHULZ COAL COMPANY The Coal We Sell Sells Our Coal Air-Condi+ioning and Heafing Carrier - Fedders 608 Pearl SI'ree+ WH 4-22l4 New Albany, Indiana Judy I85 General Contractor Drive-In Furni+ure Cenler HUFF WI'-'-'AM 5- MOCK RHODES BURFQRD 506 Virginia Avenue Newgjagzgjiana FURNITURE COMPANY Complere Household Furnishings A GIRL'S OPINION COUNTS d Slrinner helps Jim Jaclrson piclr ouf his winfer coal while Mr. chman wafches. 3I2 Pearl S'I'ree+ WH 4-7747 New Albany, Indiana :1"S Icy coli 'R o or B E E R This Refreshing Drink Served at RISSLER'S DRIVE IN I86 INDIANA COLLECTION SERVICE INC. 604 Elsby Building New Albany, Indiana WH 5-0455 LUMBER COMPANY Lum-Bir I3+h and Dewey S+ree+s New Albany, Indiana WH 5-5253 CENTRAL WELDING 81 MARSH'S FOOD MARKET BLAZING COMPANY Free Delivery Finer Foods al Reasonable Prices ZI9 Eas+ Fourfh S+ree+ WH 4-2963 22I3 SPRING AVE. New Albany, Indiana WH 5-744I New Albany, Indiana Trailer HiI'cI1es and Fuel Oil Tanlcs A. RASMUSSEN AND SON INCORPORATED Flowers 'For All Occasions Telegraph Service fo All Oul' of Town Poinfs Rasmussen Couri- and I Locus+ S+ree+ New Albany, Indiana COLLEGE BOUND WH 5-66 I 7 ' Mrs. Margie Hun+er opens a new accounf for Doffy DeLong's I college savings. ,W FIRST FEDERAL sAvlNGs ' ' 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION Bank and Spring S+ree+s I Q15 X T - I A .I 47, x fx 41. M ilf? -as , ,A I I Safe+y of Your Savings Insured +o SI0,000.00 9 g -Q, C NEW W D U N N 'S AUTO TRIM CO 'ff Vggvglkgug COLONIAL SHOPPER Hand Tailored AuI'o Seaf Covers LI 2756 Charlesfown .Road Convedible Tops New Albany, Indiana PromPI' InsI'aIlaI'ion IIIIIHII CompIe+e UpI1oIsI'ery Service New AIbany's Mosi' Unusual aio Ess+ Fif+h s+fee+ Soda F0U"+a"1 New Albany, Indiana l87 LET US HELP S S Z N , r Z i 4 Q If M fg I I 'I if i..4'S'l"55f .. gs 4- X Q -P Zawz77Zouq 1-I iNSURANcE. ANYONE? 5413: :g:ndM5?plLy, Sl1e+rry Anshufz, and Parlene Payne fall: fo M FLOYD COUNTY BANK VINCENNES AND SPRING STREETS ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE New Albanyfs Drivegn gangs Blanlcer Homeowners Coverage Fideliry and Surely Bonds Member Federal Deposil' Insurance Corporalion AGENCY, INC. The Floyd Coun+y Banlc J. Raymond Clark, Manager Vincennes and Spring. S+ree+s New Albany, Indiana WH 4-8422 I88 THE FOUR YEARS ARE ALMOST OVER ane Adams fakes Iime out from her acfivifies fo wrife her announce- HERFF-JONES co. The WorId's Largesi' Manufaciurers of Class Rings Class Rings, Pins, Medals Tro hies. Announcemenis P Indianapolis 7, Indiana NEW ALBANY PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF PLUMBING PRODUCTS Abffvb always on Ian! 1718 East Market Street New Albany, Indiana FLOYD COUNTY FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION ELMER H. DIECKMANN PAUL F. KRAFT THOMAS L. MULLINEAUX GEORGE SHRADER THE SEABROOK CO. I89 ,J 5 ,.,..,.-m-w' 'iw TIME OUT Members of fhe Oasis Swimming Team fhai aHend NAHS enioy a brealr in praciice up on ihe su cleclr. John Webb, Liz Voyles, Melissa Dark, Diedre Erganbrighf, Sieve Olson, Charley Chase, Su Wiley, Paul Roberfs, Sue Dosch, and Danny Marsh discuss ihe coming mee+ wiih Planfafion Club of Louisville. DAISY LANE WH 5-828i PARKING AREA BASKETBALL coum Francis Swimming Club, Incorporated l X one Boma n. BEST POLICY AT ALL 515 RZ TIMES , ,. CQ 3 I C' sa L, VENEERS AND LUMBER B. L. CURRY and SONS, INC. WH 5-6623 P.O. Box 72 New Albany, Indiana FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Judy Johnson shows a salad bowl display Io Virginia Varble, Lynn Sfone, Becky row B n. and RAY'S JEWELRY "The House of Diamonds" Down fhrough +he years, we here af "Ray's" have Iaken pride in our merchandising sysfem. We have always feafured. and shall coniinue Io feafure, +he mosi' popular na+ionaIIy ad- ver-Iised merchandise. Elgin - Bulova - Gruen - Hamili-on - and many oI'hers Ioo numerous +o menfion Longines - Benrus - Keepsake Diamonds are synonymous wifh "Ray's." Speidel - I847 Rogers -Communi+y Silver I9I "Known Wherever There Are Schools and CoIIeges" CLASS RINGS and PINS L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Commencemenl Invi'ra'I'ions - Diplomas - Personal Cards Club Insignia - Medals and Trophies Represen+a+Ive REX MOONSHOWER P.O. Box I42 BLOOMINGTON. INDIANA The Upper Ten Per Cenf of lhe Senior Class enjoys lhe Rolary Scholarship Banquel held on February 29. QOTAPP Cl D DEQ as l I ROTARY FCUR-WAY TEST Is it the TRUTH? Is il FAIR Io all concerned? Will if build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? Will il be BENEFICIAL Io all concerned? 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WH 4-2l3l l2l7 Silver Street l94 New Albany, Indiana Lumber and Building Materials WH 5-722l l5tl1 and Elm Street New Albany, Indiana Mya 3 I y T DAY LUMBER COMPANY Department Store of the Building lndustry WH 4-6457 845 East l5th Street New Albany, Indiana FINEST QUALITY MEATS Mr. Louis Wolf shows a piece of choice-cul meal 'Io Miki Phelps, Milzi Siski, and J dy CI1'ld WI"I 4-06I I I29 Wesl Merkel' Slreel New Albany, Indiana Aulhorized Dealer of Orange Blossom Dia- mond Rings, Elgin, Hamillon, Borel and Bulova Walches, SI1ea'F'Fer Snorkel Pens. IRION AND WOLF JEWELERS I3I Eas+ Spring SI'reeI' New Albany, Indiana WH 4-2893 A oAK DRUGS ff Free Prescription Delivery 2255 Charleslown Road New Albany, Indiana WH 5-7633 Whal"s the Perfect Gift? Well, one +I1ing's for sure - everyone wanI's eleclrical gills! So make if a poinl Io slop by your elecfric appliance dealer's whenever a gifl' occasion comes up, and GIVE BET- TER . . . ELECTRICALLY! PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. 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Kasse 200 Business Representatives Girls A Abel, Rama 52, 132, 155 Abbott, Maxine 48, 136 TUDE Boman, Charlene 29, 126, 156, 191 Bonifer, Pat 18, 29, 120, 123, 126 Booker, Betty 48, 140 Booker, Faye 58, 147 Boone, Julia 29, 84 Borden, Pat 48, 156 Borkenheim, Naomi 48 Bostock, Janet 48 Tl DE D Daily, Judie 49 Daniel, Betty 53 Daniel, Teddy 159 Dannenfelser, Selma 53, B2 Dark, Melissa 58, 190, 155, 154, 125 Adam Carol n 52 155 1 Y 1 Adams, Ann 52, 82, 154, 155 Adams, Barbara 28, 132, 163, 207 Adams, Diana 48, 136 Adams, Jill 28, 47, 122, 123 Adams, Jane 28, 70, 82, 123, 166, 189 Adamson, Verna 57 Agen, Allen, Joyce 57 Cynthia 28, 83, 120, 136, 171 Allen, Diana 48 Allee, Judy 52, 155 Allen, Paula 52 Anderson, Iona 28 Anderson, Meri 52, 154, 155 Andre s, Carolyn 48 Andres, Vernetta 48 Ang, Carolyn 52, 83, 166 Bour, Marilyn 58 Bowling, Mary 48 Bowman, Barbara 48, 156, 140 Bowman, Billie 58, 142, 155 Bowman, Shirley 58, 147 Box, Patricia 48 Bradford, Polly 29, 136, 156, 166, 197 Braitling, Suzanne 29, 156 Brandenburg, Janie 29, B4, 156, 207, 126 Brannon, Nancy 58, 165 Breeding, Lois 58, 142 Brickey, Zannie 30, 47, 140 Bright, Eldora 30 Bright, Jean 58, 147 Broadus, Dava 58, 142 Brock, Marion 58 Brock, Vivian 58 Daugherty, Debbie 142, 165, 166 Daugherty, Donna 58 Daugherty, Susan 49, 161, 133, 156 Davidon, Meryl 53, 142 Davidson, Patricia 53 Davidson, Sheryl 53, 142 Davis, Babs 53, 133 Davis, Katie 49 Davis, Linda 58, 142 Davis, Becky 53 Day, Rita 32, 126 Day, Ruthanne 53, 160, 126 Dehn, Sherry 53 DeLong, Dottie 32, 47, 84, 126, 156, 181 Dempst Dempst er, Judy 32, 84, 156 er, Marcia 53 Denison, Judy 58, 156 Ang, Phyllis 48, 138 Anshutz, Sherry 28, 123, 188 Applegate, Pat 48 Applegate, Rebecca 28 Archibald, Joyce 52, 155 Arganbright, Mary Alice 52, 155 Arnold, Judy 28, 120, 159 Ashabranner, Deanna 57, 155 Ashly, Carol 48, 138 Ashton, Gloria 48, 83, 132, 136 Atkins, Pat 57, 155, 166 Atwood, Katherine 57 Attwood, Sandra 52 Aultman, Linda 48, 156 Austin, Melanie 57, 155 Austin, Sandra 52 Brown Becky 191, 30, 47, 156, 136 Brown, Dona 83 Brown, Donna 53, 155 Brown, Ethel 53, 160, 155, 156 Brown, Linda 58, 155 Brown, Brown, Margaret 58, 147 Paige 58 Brown, Vickie 53, 133 Broyles, Earlene 53, 133 Bryant, Janet 58 Bryant, Patsy 30, 138 Bube, Phyllis 58 Budd, Judith 30 Bugbee, Marcella 30, 84, 85, 126 Burch, Betty 30, 156 Burger, Barbara 140 Burres, Sherry 53, 154, 155 Butler, Carol 58, 129, 132 Byerley, Carol 58 Denny, Sue 32, 176 Dewberry, Mary 58, 165 DeWeese, Judy 32, 156 Didat, Mary 49 Dierking, Martha 53,126 Dierking, Monica 53 Dixon, Julia 58 Dodge, Mary Frances 49 Dodge, Phyllis 49 Dolan, Bonnie 49, 156 Doll, Ruth 49, 156 Donahue, Judith 49, 156 Donald, Lillie 49, 156 Dosch, Susan 53, 155 Douglas, Beatrice 58 Drechsel, Andre 49, 123, 166, 82, 163. 207 Drumb, Sherry 53, 126 Duggins, Janice 58, 150 B Badger, Carol 48, 156 B'adger, Helena 28, 47, 138 Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Baird, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, , Carolyn 57 , Glida 52, 83, 160 , Sandra 52, 155 , Sharon 52, 155 , Wanda 52 Hazel 52 Betty 48, 161 Dorothy 52 Jane 52, 155 Sharon 48 Sylvia 52, 155 Ruth Ann 52 Baldauf, Rosemary 28 Bollen Pat 57, 165 Balletf Yvonne 152 Banet, Juanita 48, 140, 156 Banet, Loreatha 52, 150, 159 Barey, Jennie 57 Barger, Barbara 48 Barker, .lulia 28 Barker, Mary 57 Barker, Sharon 138 Barmore, Claudia 48, 136 Barmore, Judy 48, 136 Barnes, Virginia 48 Barnett, Janet 28, 207 Barry, Carolyn 48 Barth, Doris 29, 86, 138 Bortle, lris 29, 138 Batman, Shirly 52 Bough, Carol 53 Baumann, Carol 57 Baumann, Janet 53 Baumgardner, Patty 57, 142 Baxter, Shirley 57, 165 Beanblossom, Rita 48, 140, li Becht, Dorothy 53, B4 Bedan, Vickie 82 Bega, Nancy 57 Belcher, Carolyn 48, 126, 156 Beldon, Vickie 53, 160 Bell, Betty 48, 156 Bell, Brenda 57 Linda 48, 129, 140 Belviy, Carolyn 57 Benbrook, Barbara 48, 136, 156 Bernardi, Mary Ruth 29, 163, 174, 206 Bezy, Bezy, Deidra 48 Sharon 58 Bierod, Janis 58, 131 Bir, Sandra 48, 140, 156 Birkla, Mary 48, 140 Bisinger, Judy 53 Bizzell, Mary 53, 132, 165 Black, Linda 48, 156 Blair, Barbara 29, 156 Blair, Janice 53, 155 Blake, Goria 48, 136, 156 Blake, Phyllis 58 Blunk, Cheryl 53 Blunk, Joann 53, 154, 155 Babbitt, Carol 53 Bocock, Cherrie 48 Bohannon, Janet 29, 138 Byerley, Pat 30, 159 Byrd, Linda 58 Byrn, Donna 58 Byrn, Marilyn 48 C Caesar, Carol 48, 166, 167, 159 Cain, Carla 129 Cain, Wanda 48 Campbell, Pat 48, 131 Campbell, Ramona 58, 147 Carmickle, Lynda 53, 159 Carpenter, Rose 58 Carr, Barbara 53, 159 Carter, Janet 30, 198, 126 Catullo, Mary 30 Chaney, Bette 53, 166 Cherry, Rose 53 Childress, Judith 30, 47, 136, 156, 195, 197 Clem, Judy 58, 150 Clilton, Janet 48, 147 Clipp, Cathleen 53, 154, 155 Cobb, Elaine 58 Cochran, Judith 30 Cochran, June 48, 161 Cochran, Marilyn 58, 147 Coffman, Helen 48, 129 Colby, Sue 30, 120 Cole, Alese 48 Cole, Claudia 58 Cole, Diana 165 Colglazier, Linda 53, 165 Collier, Claudia 53 Collins, Sharon 48 Conner, Lucy 31, 47, 84, 156, 126 Conrad, Mary 48 Cook, Joyce 58, 155 Cook, Vicki 53 Coomer, Carolyn 58, 132 Corbett, Donna 58, 166 Corbett, Judy 48, 161, 156 Corbin, Linda 166 Corn, Glenda 48 Cox, Carolyn 48, 58, 122, 123 Cox, Evelyn 48 Crabtree, Gayle 53, 161 Crady, Linda 48, 161, 156 Crane, Anna 48 Crane, Joyce 31 Crane, Judy 31 Crayden, Judy 48 Criswell, Joyce 49, 150 Croninger, Elizabeth 58 Crosby, Jo 31, 133, 156 Crump, Betty 53, 82 Crump, Sue 31, 156 Cruse, Joyce 49, 131, 161 Cummins, Jane 31, 132 Cummins, Jean 53, 142 Cunditi, Carol 31, 176, 166, 131 Cundiff, Hilda 49, 161 Curtis, Barbars 31, 156 Curtis, Vickie 58, 155 Curts, Geneva 58, 155 Durbin, Jill 49, 131 Durbin, Nikki 54, 155 Durbin, Ruth 32, 131, 159, 206 Durick, Karin 58, 165 Duvall, Beverly 54 Dyson, Betty 49, 156 E Easteridge, Terry 32 Eblesisor, Pat 32 Eckert, Joyce 58, 155 Eckhart, Martha 54, 140 Edwards, Kathleen 32 Edwards, Ruby 54 Edwards, Sandra 49, 82 Eicher, Martha 54 Eisert, Dorothy 58, 142 Ellenbrand, Barbara 58 Ellis, Jerry 54, 126 Ellsworth, Susan 32, 123, 138 Elsler, Carolyn 32, 84, 120, 123, 126 Embrey, Phyllis 49, 83, 136 Emmett, Jeanette 54, 155 Engleman, Becky 32, 47, 86, 136, 156, 163 Engleman, Sally 58 Epley, Sue Ann 49, 156 Erdman, Margie 58, 150 Erganbright, Deidre 59, 142, 190 Espin, Mary 59 F. Farnsley, Donna 54 Farnsley, Shirley 33, 131 Faulkenburg, Mary Lee 49, 156 Ferrell, Paula 59, 155 Fess, Sandra 49, 156 Fessel, Marlis 33 Fessel, Shirley 54, 155 Fetz, Judy 49 Fetz, Pat 49, 161 Fetz, Virginia 54 Firkins, Nancy 59 Fischer, Diana 54, 126, 190 Fish, Darlene 142 Fish, Lynn 59, 160 Fish, Judy 49, 156 Fishback, Elizabeth 33, 132 Fanigan, Alice 59, 129 Flick, Harriet 59, 147 Floyd, Jane 33, 147 Foster, Barbara 49, 150 Foster, Carole 49 Foster, Ora 33, 156 Foster, Sharon Jane 49, 82, 86, 129, 133 Fowler, Sarah 59, 147 Francis, Joyce 33, 84, 108, 164 Freeman, Nancye 59, 131 Freiberger, Patricia 59 Friend, Shirley 54 Fulkerson, June Doris 33, 84, 126, 156 Fulkerson, June Yvonne 33, 84, 85, 156 Fultineer, Betsy 59, 154, 155 Funk, Dwala 33, 82, 156, 171 Funkhouser, Jenny 49, 126 Fuson, Pauline 49 G Garbrough, Carleton 54, 155 Garriott, Rona 33, 84, 123, 126 Garvin, Carolyn 33, 156 Gehring, Judy 33, 136, 156 Geltmaker, Carol 54, 126 Gibson, Dorothy 59 Gibson, Phyllis 142 Gilland, Phyllis 54, 155 Gilley, Carole 54, 154, 155, 156 Gillespie, Margaret 59 Gilliot, Jean 33, 156, 166 Gilmore, Janice 155 Ginkins, Sharon 49, 54, 155 Gleason, Pat 33, 138, 156 Goebel, Carolyn 54 Goebel, Karen 49, 156, 161 Goldsmith, Dorothy 33, 138, 156 Goodin, Sharlet 49 Goodman, Veronica 59 Gordon, Linda 54 Gordon, Shirley 54 Grantz, Evelyn 49, 156 Grangier, Myra 33, 123 Gray, Laura 54 Green, Linda 34 Greenwell, Evelyn 59 Greer, Judy 54, 155 Gregory, Evelyn 59 Grether, Dorothy 59, 142 Greisinger, Lenona 49, 147 Griesinger, Lovonda 59 Griffin, Rebecca 59, 155 Grimsley, Helen 54 Grisson, Norma 54 Gum, Barbara 49, 132, 163, 207 Gunther, Phyllis 59, 155 H Haas, Barbara 49, 161 Habermel, Janet 34 Haendiges, April 54 Haendiges, Lynda 54 Haendiges, Marguerette 34, 59 Hager, Linda 59, 155 Hale, Isabelle 49 Hale, Judith 34, 125, 126 Hall, Claudia 59, 155, 166 Hall, Sherrin 49 Ham, Beverly 59 Hamilton, Frances 155 Hamn, Deanna 54 Hammer, Sue 54, 132, 165 Hampton, Helen 59 Hampton, Jo 34, 47, 156, 183 Hampton, Millie 34, 159 Hampton, Norma 59 Hanen, Lynn 59 Hanson, Barbara 59 Hardin, Cecelia 34 Hargis, Doris 59 Harless, Nancy 34, 138 Harmon, Becky 54, 155, 154 Harmon, Karen 34, 159 Harpe, Joyce 34, 161 Harper, Brenda 54, 154, 155 Harris, Yvonne 49 Harrison, Sandra 54, 165 Harrison, Terry 159 Harttield, Judy 38, 84, 126, 156 Hartlield, Pat 59, 154, 155, 166 Hartley, Patty 49, 83 Hartman, Patsy 54 Hash, Pat 59 Haskins, Mary 35 Hatcher, Addie 35 Haub, Karen 54, 155, 154, 142 Haycox, Maxine 54 Haycox, Rebecca 49, 161 Hayes, Betty 54 Heath, Judy 59 Helton, Barbara 54, 133 Hendrics, Anne 59 Hensley, Margie 49, 159 Henton, Sarah 84 Hether, Sondra 49 Heuser, Alice 49 Heustis, Sharon 59, 129 Hickman, Phyllis 54, 150 Higgins, Beverly 49, 156 Hilbert, Edna 59, 146 Hill, Julia 59 Hines, Elinor 49 Hinton, Sarah 49, 126 Hoback, Margie 59 Hobbs, Pat 54 Hack, Susan 49, 83 Hockersmith, Betty 59 Hodge, Judith 59 Hodge, Martha 59 Hogan, Grace 59 Hoke, lris 59 Holz, DeAnn 59 201 Hosea, Pat 35, 156 Houghton, Mary 54 Houglin, Carolyn 54 House, Donna 35, 156 Hubbard, Janice 54, 155 Hubbard, Judy 54, 155, 166 Huber, Karen 59, 142, 155 Huber, Marilyn 54, 140 Hublard, Priscilla 59, 147 Huebel, Sandra 35, 138 Hull, Tamara 59, 142, 154, 155 Hufline, Patricia 54, 132 Hughes, Donna 54, 142 Hughes, Harriet 59, 165 Hughes, Martha 49 Humphress, Nyoka 49, 156, 161 Humphrey, Marilyn 54, 142, 155 Hunt, Glenda 59 Hunt, Sandra Jo 50 Hurst, Martha 50 L La Hue, Judy 50 Lamb, Jo 60 Lane, Elizabeth 60, 129 Larberg, Patsy 37, 159 Lausterer, Phyllis 55, 129 Lavery, Lillie 37, 133, 156 Leach, Judy 50, 86, 163, 129, 207 Lee, Nancy 50, 131 Leist, Diana 55, 155, 129 Lenz, Darlene 55, 142 Lester, Judy 55, 155 Lester, Linda 60, 155 Lethco, Sharon 60 Lewellen, Pauline 55 Lewis, Sally 60, 155, 142 Lilly, Linda 50, 147 Lipsey, Jessie 55, 155 Lipsey, Phyliss 37, 138 livers, Ruth 60, 155, 129 Lockhart, Gloria 37, 138 Lodde, Lucy 37, 126, 127 Mitchell, Jeanetta 39, 47 Mohar, Sherry 60, 154, 155, 166, 167 Monihon, Linda 39, 84, 126, 131 Moon, Phillis 39, 82, 131 Moore, Janet 50, 150 Moorman, Sharon 55 Morning, Patricia 55 Morton, Sandra 50, 84, 126, 156 Moss, Becky 55, 155 Mouser, Bonnie 39 Mauser, Malinda 55 Murdock, Sandra 50, 84, 123 Murphy, Mary 39, 120, 123, 188, 197 N Nale, Arlene 50, 160 Nance, Martha Nance, Pamela 61, 165 Neafus, Betty 55, 155 Neafus, Claudia 55, 155 Rainbolt, Judy 61 Roisor, Judy 41, 61 Rakes, Marcella 51 Ralston, Gloria 41, 47, 138 Raney, Phyllis 16, 41, 81, 84, 85, 120 126, 176 Rasor, Nancy 165 Rasor, Sharon 41 Ratlitf, Glenna 56 Raymer, Carolyn 41 I lngle, Marilyn 54 J Jack, Betty 35, 47, 83 Jackson, Donna 59 Jackson, Joan 54, 83 Jackson, Mary 54, 155, 159 Jacobi, Judy 54, 142, 155 Jacobi, Pamela 59, 154, 155 Jamison, Mary 50 Jantzen, Elizabeth 50 Jaynes, Carolyn 59, 155 Jelfer, Lurene 54 Jeffers, Barbara 50, 161 Jefferson, Barbara 159 Jenkins, Anna 54 Lone, Norma 55, 159 Long, Mary 60 Longest, Candace 55 Longest, Linda 131 Longest, Olivia 37, 155 Longest, Sandro 55 LoPPr Joanne 55, 147 Lowe, Melba 55 Lowell, Luana 55 Lucas, Luther, Betty 60, 166, 142 Barbara 50 Neal, Pat 39, 136 Neely, Neely, Kay 55, 155 Peggy 55, 150 Newton, Darlene 55, 133 Nicholson, Vicki 61, 166 Nix, Martha 50, 166 Nix, Mary Ruth 39 Nix, Nancy 140 Noel, Barbara 50, 156 Nolan, Billie 50, 61 Nunemacher, Mary Lynn 39, 156, 198 Reas, Juanita 41 Reas, Penny 41, 100, 156 Reasor, Frances 56, 133 Reed, Kay 61 Reynolds, Janet 61, 155 Reynolds, Pat 61 Reynolds, Sharon 56 Rhoods, Kay Ann 51, 132 Richardson, Eloise 61 Richert, Doris 56 Richert, Linda 41, 47, 136, 156 Reidly, Connie 41 Riley, Sharon 41, 138, 156 Rissler, Barbara 61 Roberts, Donna 56 Roberts, lnez 56, 129 Roberts, Martha 56, 154, 155 Robinson, Becky 56, 155 Robinson, Frances 61, 165 Robinson, Gladys 56 Robison, Shirley 61 Roche, Mary Lou 51, 136 Roederer, Donna 41, 161 Roscoe, Elaine 42, 156 Rose, Barbara 51 Ross, Peggy 56, 83, 160 K Jenkins, Joyce 54 Jenkins, Linda 50 Jenkins, Margaret 59, 147 Jenkins, Marie 54 Jenkins, Sandra 54 Jerrel Jewel l, Pat 59, 155 I, Dionne 50, 138, 132 Johnson, Annebell 54, 82 Johnson, Barbara Ann 54, 155 Johnson, Barbara Annette 54 Johnson, Margaret 59, 135 Johnston, Jo Ann 50, 159 Jonas, Bonnie 36, 138, 156 Janes Jones Jones Jones Jones , Gerry 50 , Donna 50, 161 Janice 54 155 f Judy eo, iss Roma 60, 155 Janes: Shirley 54, 140 Jordan, Brenda 50, 132 Jordo Jordo Jordo n, Mary 55 n, Patsy 55 n, Shirley 55, 150 Joslin, Dorothy 50, 161 Judy, Jury, Romano 155 Nancy 60 Justice, Sharon 55 Mc McCaffery, Dilla 50, 150 McCain, Danna 55 McCartin, Bonnie 60 McCallum, Janice 55 McCoy, Bonnie 50, 150 McCulloch, Virginia 55, 133 McCurdy, Karen 50, 84, 156, 126 McCutchen, Betty 55, 132 McCutchen, Kathleen 60, 155, 147 McCutchen, Patty 55, 147 McDaniel, Luetta 55, 150 McDonald, Brenda 55 McKim, Jacqueline 60, 155 McKinney, Frances 60 McKinney, Linda 60 McLean, Brenda 37, 84, 138, 131 McNamara, Marilyn 50, 120, 83 McNaughton, Jean 50 McPheeters, Vera 50, 140 O Oakes, Barbara 39, 156 Oates, Melva 39, 120, 123 Ogden, Janice 39, 155 Ogden, Judy 55 Ollis, Katie 61, 155 Ord, Linda 55 Overton, Kathryn 61 Owens, Carolyn 61, 155 P Parr, Marilyn 55, 155 Parr, Ruth 39 Parrott, Mary 55 Parson, Marcella 50, 156 Parsons, Charlotte 56, 155 Pate Beverl 50 Ross, Sandra 56 Rottet, Theresa 56 Rouck, Beverly 42, 84, 138, 156 Rouse, Barbara 51 Rowe, Darlene 61 Rowe, Janice 61 Rowe, Nina 51 Ruby, Linda 51 Ruaft, Judy 56 Russell, Alfredo 42 Kaiser, Judy 60 Kamer, Jackie 60, 155 Karnes, Alice 50, 122, 123, 136 Karnes, Marcella 55, 122, 155, 156 Kays, Beverly 55 Keeley, Doris 60 Keith, Carol 55, 84, 126, 142 Keithly, Sue 60, 142, 165 Kellams, Betty 55, 155 Keller, Jeannine 55, 155 Keller, Mary Allis 55, 135 Keller, Mary Kaye 60, 150 Kelley, Brenda 60, 164 Kelly, Kitty 36, 136 Kelly, Rebecca 60, 165 Keelum, Donna 60 Kent, Goldie 36, 156 Kerber, Sharon 55, 142 Kidd, Barbara 142 McRae, Donna 60 M Magness, Barbara 60, 155 Mahoney, Kathy 60, 155 Mann, Carolyn 38, 156 Manning, Susan 38 Manship, Joyce 55 Marcum, Linda 50 Marcum, Patricia 60 Marsh, Marsha 55, 154, 155 Martel, Patricia 38, 136, 171 Martin, Donna 50, 84, 156 Martin , Nancy 50, 84, 156 Martin, Ruth 35 Marx, Mason 1 Mason, Karen 38, 83, 129, 133 France 55, 83, 155 Mary 38, 47, 63, 84, 120, 126, 127 Mathis, Edna 55, 150 Mathis, Helen 60 Mayden, Patricia 60 Mayer, Susan 55, 136 1 Y Pate, Sandy 40, 156 Paulsen, Ann 40, 47, 70, 120, 122, 123 Payne, Darlene 40, B2, 188 Payne, Patty 61, 185 Payton, Beverly 56 Payton, Jenna 51, 138 Payton, Martha 40 Payton, Mary 51, 120, 156 Payton, Sondra 61 Percy, Sharon 56, 155 Pearson, Rebecca 61 Pehlke, Betsy 61 , 165 Pellman, Judy 61 Pember, Rebecca 61 Pendleton, Shirley 61 Penn, Judy 56, 155 Perkins, Mariorie 40, 156 Petty, Thelma 51, 156 Peyton, Judy 40, 126, 163, 185, 207 Peyton, Saundra 155 Phelps, Michelle 56, 155, 166, 195 Phelps, Saundra 40, 123, 136, 163, 181 207 Phillips, Karen 61 Phillips, Pat 61, 82 Phillips, Carol 56, 165 Phillips, Rosalinda 51, 156 Pierce, Loretto 40 Russell, Bonnie 61, 165 Russell, Lavenia 56 Rutledge, Barbara 56 Rutledge, Billie 42 S Sage, Vicki 56, 142, 155, 156 Samples, Sondra 51 Sams, Irene 56 Sams, Sandy 56, 159 Sargent, Betty 51, 82, 86, 129, 163 Saunders, Judee 61, 155 Saylor, Mary 42, 161 Scharrer, Marline 51 Schoppert, Phyllis 56 Schleicher, Carol 61, 155 Schmitt, Nancy 61, 155 Schmitt, Phyllis 42, 120, 123 Schmitzer, Marilyn 42, 136, 123 Scholl, Lois 56 Schowe, Ellen 61, 155 Schreiber, Marcia 56, 155 Schultz, Marilyn 61, 125, 154, 155 Schulz, Judy 42 Schulz, Sue 56, 155, 156 Schum acher, Marilyn 61, 165 Scott, Ann 56, 83, 155, 166 Scott, Scott, Brenda 61 Donna 51, 136, 156 Scott, Helen 61, 155, 166 Scott, Karen 56 Scott, Ledara 56 Scott, Scott, Peggy 61, 155 Vicki 61 Mayfield, Carolyn 55 Mayfield, Judy 55 Melvin, Martha 55 Menges, Judy 55 Menges, Karen 55, 84, 126 Merritt, Vickie 50, 166 Meyer, Judith 55, 135 Meyer, Peggy 60 Michell, Jean 133 Mickschl, Mary 55 Middleton, Connie 60 Plummer, Joan 56, 126, 129 Pollhemus, Cynthia 51, 156, 166 Polley, Janet 56, 159 Ponder, Brenda 61 e Posey, Wanda 61 Pospisil, Frances 61 Potts, Edwina 51, 123 Potts, Marilyn 40 Powell, Patricia 51, 131 Powers, Elizabeth 50, 156 Prage, Jeanine 61 Kime, Carolyn 60 Kincaid, Juanita 60 King, Carole Ann 60 King, Carole Sue 50 King, Judy 60 King, Leithea 60, 155 King, Wanda 131 Kirk, Jan 182, 36, 163, 136, 207, 125, 122, 123 Kirk, Patricia 55, 166, 129 Kirk, Trina 60, 165 Kirtley, Rosemary 50, 167, 156, 166 Klein, Carolyn 50 Knight, Janet Knight, Sandra 60, 165 Korte, Charlene 36, 138 Krause, Sheila 202 Mifflin, Linda 38, 161 Miller, Barbara 38, 136, 155, 156 Miller, Carolyn 38 Miller, Delores 60 Miller, Donna 50, 156 Miller, Linda 3B Miller, Nancy 60, 165 Miller, Polly 60 Miller, Shelia 39, 131, 163, 207 Miller, Sue 50 Miller, Trudy 50 Prenatt, Mary 51, 132 Prince, Prince, Prince, Betty 61, 165 Carol 40 Jud 56 Y Proctor, Vicky 61 Purcell, Marilyn 41, 133 Scribner, Sherry 61 Scrieber, Marsha 160, 166 Sears, Sherrian 61 Seipel, Brenda 56, 154, 155 Seipel, Velra 51, 156, 161, 166 Shallers, Pamela 56, 142, 154, 155 Shannon, Esther 61 Sharp, Linda 51, 133 Shaw, Bettie 61 Shea, Penny 51, 140 Sheets, Jo 56, 155 Shepard, Barbara 51 Shepherd, Sandra 56, 142, 155 Shields, Marilyn 42, 133 Shine, Nancy 42, 82 Shireman, Sue 61, 150 Shivel, Janet 51, 159 Shoots, Marilyn 61 Short, Brenda 51, 178, 136, 156 Showe, Ellen 166 Shrewsberry, Shirley 57, 142 Shrewsbury, Carol 56 Million, Suzanne 123, 140 Mills, Linda 39, 138, 156 Mills, Nancy 60 Miltenberger, Sharon 39, 136, 156, 163, 173, 206 - Minter, Phillis 50, 150 Purlee, Judy 51, 132 Q Quebbeman, Donna 61 R Roger, Margaret 56, 133 Sliultz, Marilyn 166 Shultz, Doris 61 Shuman, Judith 57, 133 Shutters, Barbara 56 Siebert, Renate 61 Silling, Julia 56, 129, 147 Simcox, Barbara 56 Simmon, Jane 42, 84, 126, 120, 123 Singleton, Monica 51, 159 Singleton, Nancy 61, 155 Singleton, Reva 56 Singleton, Vickie 56 Sinkhorn, Phyllis 156 Sisk, Mitzi 82, 195, 126 Skeens, Kathryn 61 Skinner, Linda 186, 163, 136, 156, 207 Slane, Sylvia 51 Smalley, Sharon 61 Smith, Barbara 47, 140 Smith, Day 56 Smith, Judith 51, 150 Smith, Linda 61 Speth, Smith, Linda 51, 82, 147 Smith, Loretta 61, 82, 147 Smith, Marcia 61 Smith, Mary 62 Smith, Patricia 56, 133 Smith, Sandra 51 Smith, Sherry 56, 155 Smith, Wanda 51 Snider, Linda 62 Snook, Betty 56, 126 Sodrel, Patricia 56 Sorrels, Velma 56 Sparks, Judith 51, 156 Sparks, Rita 51, 156 sperig, Vicki 62, 129 Spears, Betty 56 Spencey, Beverly 56, 155, 156 Sperzel, Betty 47 Claudia 56, 155, 154 Sprigler, Darlene 51, 156 Sprinkle, Mary 47, 86 Stephens, Delores 51, 136, 166, 56, 126 Stephens, Janis 62 Stephens, Judith 56 Stepre, Connie 47 Stewart, Cathi 138, 156, 138, 156 Still, Nancy 56 Stinneth, Lynn 47 Stocksdale, Linda 56, 129 Stocksdale, Stonnye 62 Stone, Dorothy 56 Stone, ldasue 47, 138, 156, 207 Stone, Lynn 191, 84, 126, 47 Strauss, Diane 62, 166, 165 Street, Jackie 62 Striegel, Jeanette 147 Stults, Trudy 62 Sturgeon, Elaine 62 Summers, Connie 56, 155 Summers, Mary 56, 155, 156 Pe99Y. Summers 62, 147 Summers, Sondra 51, 148 Swan, Judy 44, 159 Swan, Tina 51, 147 Sweeney, Rosalind 44 Sweet, Judy 51, 140 Sweet, Sharon 61, 155 T Tankisley, Dorothy 62 Taylor, Sue 44, 156 Tetrick, Mabel 62 Tetrick, Sharon 62 Thanes, Linda 57, 154 Thein, Donna 51 Tinder, Bl Y Thomas, Carolyn 57, 155 Thomas, Connie 51, 156 Thomas, Evelyn 62, 147 Thomas, Linda 155 Thomas, Lucie 44, 159, 156 Thomas, Peggy 62, 155 Thompson, Carol 51, 156, 159 Thompson, Judy 62 Timlserlae , Barbara 57, 155 Timberlae, Linda 51, 138, 156 Timberlae, Patricia 44, 138, 156 anche 57, 155 Z Darrel 58 D Travillian, Dorothy 62, 131 Tribby, Janet 52, 160 Trinkle, Sharon 52, 83, 136 Troutman, Donna 62 Truax, Peggy 52, 159 Truax, Virginia 57 Tucker, Sandra 50, 84, 136, 161, 106 Turton, Carolyn 57, 82 U Uland, Carol 62, 166, 155 Umbreit, Karen 44, 123, 136, 160, 183 V Vallandingham, Beverly 44, 161 Van Winkle, Thelma 52, 131 Varble, Virginia 44, 136, 156, 191 Vaughn, Barbara 52 Vaughn, Ellen 62, 150 Very, Beverly 52, 122, 123 Voelker, Sharon 57 Voyles, Caroe 57 Voyles, Liz 57, 82, 190 W Waggoner, Pam 52, 83, 136 Wagner, Delores 52, 160 Wagner, Linda 44, 138 Walker, Clara 57, 132 Walker, Lettie 62, 155 Walker, Virginia 44, 129, 183 Wallace, Carol 131 Wallace, Mary 62, 155 Wallis, Carolyn 52 Walls, Peggy 62 Walter, Janet 45, 161 Waltman, Peggy 57 Walts, Beverly 62, 155 Warren, Sharon 45 Wate, Stella 52, 140 Wathen, La Verne 62 Watson, Carol 52, 136 Watson, Patricia 57 Weatherholt, Ruth 52, 133 Weber, Barbara 62, 155 Weber, Kay 45, 156 Weigleb, Barbara 62, 129 Weigleb, Donna 45, 84, 133 Weldon, Nancy 52 Weldon, Sandra 45 Wells, Janet 62 Wells, Judy 52 Wentzell, Judy 45, 84, 126, 156 Westerfield, Nancy 52, 84, 126, 156 Wheat, Janet 62 White, Carol 52, 136 White, Donna 52, B4, 156 White, Evelyn 62 Whitlock, Nancy 52, 166, 167 Whitman, Judy 57 Whitman, Nancy 62, 136 Whittinghill, Beverly 45, 47, 84, 156 Whittinghill, Starr 45, 136, 156, 183 206 Whitworth, Judy 62, 129 Wiggs, Sandra 52, 156 Wiley, Sue 190 Williams, Alma 52, 156 Williams, Anita 57, 155 Williams, Joyce 62, 165 Willis, Carole 45 Wilson, Betty 62, 165 Wilson, Brenda 62 Wilson, Carol Ann 57 Wilson, Carol Sue 52, 133 Wilson, Geraldine 45 Wilson, Gerry 52, 156 Wilson, Joyce 62 Wilson, Sondra 52, 156 Wilson, Violet 52, 156 Wimp, Barbara 46 Wimp, Phyllis 62, 129 Wise, Nancy 46 Wiseman, Linda 57, 155 Withoity, Betty 62 Wolf, Janet 52 Wolie, Dianne 52, 156 Wolfe, Pamola 46, 156 Woadrull, Susi 52, 161 Worley, Mary 57 Wright, Clara 57 Wright, Donna 46, 47 Wright, Jo Ann 62 Wright, Judy 57, 155 Wright, Nancy 57, 155 Wright, Vickie 62, 142, 166 Wulf, Sharon 62 Wylie, Susan 57 Yates, Margaret 52, 161 Young, Bessie 52 Young, Jannie 156 Young, Evangeline 46, 156 Young, Flossie 57 Zohnd, Geneie 156 Zeller, Patty 57 Zeller, Regina 46 Zimmerman, Janet 46 ZiPP, Letty 46. 47, 147 Zipp, Patty 57 Boys A Able, Carl 48 Adams, Charles 52 Aebersold, David 48 Aemmer, Richard 48 Aemmer, Robert 48 Agnew, Bud 28, 90, 92, 106, 107, 182 Agnew, Jim 52 Akers, Robert 28, 161 Alstott, Dennis 52, 130, 160 Amburgey, Billy 57, 94 Amster, Patrick 48, 104 Anderson, Joe 28, 83, 145 Anderson, Kenneth 52 Andres, Meliord 52 Andres, Robert 57, 117 Andres, Ronald 52 Anshutz, Steve 57 Arensmen, David 52 Armes, Rudy 48 Arnold, Bill 48, 98, 100 Arnold, David S2 Asberry, Sam 48, 90, 98, 109, 143 Ashby, James 57, 106 Ashley, Don 48 Asher, Don 52 Asher, Ervin 48, 135 Ashton, John 57, 95, 103 Atkins, David 28 Atkins, James 48 Atkins, Kenneth 52, 145 Atwood, James 57 Briscoe, Briscoe, John 48 Steven 48, 145 Boman, Wayne 29, 145 Briles, James 58 Brock, Gary 48 Brock, Kenny 58 Brooks, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Bryant, Bunch, Burden, Roddy 53, 90, 102, 114, 154 Art 48, 135 James 30 Jerry 48, 90, 113, 143 Stanley 53 William 53, 160, 164 Michael 58 Kenny 53 Jimmy 58, 166 B Bailey, Sonny 28, 52, 83, Bailey, James 28, 143 Bailey, K enny 83 Baity, Leonard 57, 95 Baker, Bill 48, 85 Ball, Richard 28 Ballew, Robert 28 Ballew, Chester 52 Banet, Bobbie 52 Barker, Clarence 57 Barker, Melvin 48 Barker, Orville 57 Barnes, William 57 Baron, St ephen 28, 113, 163 Barton Allen 57 95, 164 94, 98, 102 Burg, Joseph 53, 164 Burger, Jimmy 30 Burger, Johnny 53, 165 Burgess, Ralph 30, 147 Burgin, Clarence 58 Burkhart, Dallas 58 Burkhart, Kenny 30 Burns, Mitch 22 Burres, Richie 30, 106, 107, 173 Butler, Mike 4B Byrd, Owen Leslie 58 Byrd, Ronnie 53 Bye, Jerry 48, B3 Byrn, Steve 53, 83, 124 Byrne, Mitch 48, 164, 159, B2, 108 C Cain, Kenneth 53 Caldwell, George 53 Calfee, Stewart 130, 108 Cambron, Charles 48 Cambron, Todd 58 Campbell, John 5B Campbell, Wilbur 53 Canter, Johnny 48, 162 Cantrell, David 48, 162 Caple, Bill 53, 94, 83, 85 Carmickle, Johnny 53 Carroll, Creel 53, 135 Carroll, Hahn 48, 83 Cart, Carl 58, 147 Carter, Benny 48 Carter, Morris 53 Baumann, Fred 48 Baurle, Henry 53, 108, 145, 164 Boxley, Donald 48, 90, 106 Bays, John 53 Beach, Melvin 48 Beanblossem, Jack 53, 85, 159, 132 Becht, Jerry 53, B3 Becht, Richard 57, 95, 117 Becht, Steve 83, 162 Beck, Jim 57 Belcher, Richard 53, 112 Benson, Bobby 53 Berkley, James 57 Bernard, Caring 57 Bezy, Buddy 57, 164, 108 Biel, Robert 53, 166 Beirod, Ronnie 48, 116 Bilbro, Terry 29, 93, 90, 143 Binkley, James 58, 106 Bisinger, Joe 48, 161 Black, Bobby 53, 94 Blackiston, Ben 48, 114, 116 Blackman, Jerry 29 Bland, Donald 53 Blankenship, Gene 58, 82, 64 Bline, Richard 48, 114 Bline, Mike 53, 108 Bline, Eddie 29 Bocock, Gordon 58, 96 Boes, William 53 Bohannon, Kenneth 58, 160, 164 Bohanon, Richard 48, 108, 109 Boling, Edwin 29, 143 Bolin, Richard 53, 160 Bolen, Henison 58 Boman, Jerry 53 Bond, Gary 58, 96, 159 Bonebrake, Buddy 29, 164, 108 Boone, Daniel 48 Borden, Sam 53, 90, 160, 130 Boren, William 59 Borski, Steve 48 Bostock, Dennis 29 Bostock, Larry 58, 95, 147 Bostock, Knobby 29, 96, 109, 143 Casey, Richard 48 Caudill, Paul 58, 147 Chase, Charles 190, 30, 160, 105, 104 Clark, Gerald 53 Clark, James 171 Clark, John 30, 135 Clay, Donald 58, 95 Cay, James 48 Clere, Tom 58 Cobb, Michael 53 Cohn, Donald 160 Cole, Ronald 48, 133, 147 Coleman, Eddie 48 Collier, Errol 58 Collins, Michael 53 Collins, Robert David 53 Collins, Robert Leroy 48 Collins, Scheryil 58 Colvin, Frank 31, 84, 85, 120, 124 Colvin, Ronnie 53 Combs, Mike 31 Condro, David 31, 58 Caulen, Michael 58, 145, 161 Conrad, Bob 48 Cook, Larry 48, 53, 102 Coomer, Richard 58 Cooper, David 58, 135, 145 Coney, Donald 53, 108, 164 Cooper, Jerry 58 Copler, Tom 48, 132, 159 Corley, Kenneth 31 Cornelius, Michael 31 Cornelison, Mike 58, 82, 103, 180 Cousins, John 31, 96, 109, 114 Cousins, Charles 53 Cox, David 53, 83, 147 Crawford, Jack 58, 164 Crawford, James 48, B7 Creamer, David 53 Crecelius, Gary 58 Crecelius, Jim 48, 87 Croniger, Walter 58 Crumbo, David 31, 124, 166, 167 Culver, Duke 53 Cummins, Merle 49, 90 Cunningham, Bow, Bill 159 Bowerman, Dale 53 Bowerman, Tony 48 Bowling, Scott 58, 103, 117 Bowman, Bill 53 Bowman, Eldon 58 Branham, Henry 48 Branham, James 48 Branham, Jay 53 Branham, Tommy 58 Brannon, James 53 Brear, Larry 53 Cunningham, Larry 53, 98, 102, 114 Cunningham, Ronald 31 Cunningham, Steve 58, 159 Curts, David 53, 83, 116 Breeding, Rodger 29 Brewer, Bill 48, 143, 180 Brewer, David 29, 47, 112, 143 Brewer, Paul 58 Dailey, James 49 Daily, Joe 31 Dale, Ken 53 Dale, Morton 31, 173 203 Daniel, Tim 31, 53, 109 Dannenfelser, Sandy 53 Daugherty, Charles 53 Daugherty, Jackie 58, 131 Daugherty, Jerry 53, 130, 145 Davis, Clifford 49, 124 Davis, Edward 58, 95, 147 Davis, Errol 53 Davis, Larry 58, 117 Davis, Marvin 31 Davis, Ralph 31 Davis, Roy 49 Davis, Scott 58, 95 Decker, Douglas 49 Dell, Kenneth 135 Denbo, Albert 53 Denny, Tom 53, 165 Detrick, Tim 49, 82 Detrick, Ronald 32, 90 Deuser, Jerry 53 Dickmon, James 49, 82 Disney, Luther 49 Disney, Ronnie 58, 95, 147 Dodge, Sebert 53 Dohoney, Douglas 32 Dohoney, John 58 Donon, Donald 58 Dooley, Ramsdall 53 Doughten, Kent 32, 160 Doughty, John 53, 82 Douglas, Claybon 58 Douglas, Mike 49, 90, 98, 101 Douglas, Robert 49 Douglas, Steve 49, 90, 143 , 92, 109, 143 124, 143 G Garing, Stephen 117 Garriott, David 54, 85, 109 Gehlbach, Grant Gernon, William Getrost, Robert 49 59, 95 59 Gibson, Dennis 59 Gibson, William 54 Gilliatt, William 54, 96 Hougland, Lenny 61 House, David 59 House, Steve 59, 95 Housel, Gary 59, 95, 165, Hauser, Thomas 59 Howard, Ronnie 49, 104 Hubbard, Joe 35 Hubbard, Chet 54 Hubbard, Randy 49 Hubler, Ronald 54 Lomb, Ronald 60, 117 Landers, William 60, 147 Lane, Frank 37, 47, 160 Lane, Herb 55, 108, 164 Lang, Alvin 37 Lanning, Forrest 37, 160 Lausterer, Dennis 60 Lawson, Robert 60 Ledford, James 50 Ledford, Robert 50, 109 E Doyle, Guinn 53 Drabb, George 58 Draper, James 58 Drescher, John 58, 165 Duer, Jim 49 Duskin, Elliot 58 Duley, Robert 58 Dunn, James 53, 82 Dunn, Wayne 54, 94, 83, 104, 109 Duncan, Edgar 49 Durbin, Phillip 58, 95 Dusch, Robert 54, 94, 82, 109 Goodwin, Jerry 54 Goodwin, Steve 33, 85, 109 Grant, Marion 59 Grant, Mike 54, 145 Grants, Norman 54, 85 Grantz, Vincent 34 Graves, Bobby 54 Gray, Billy 59 Gray, Lawrence 54 Gream, Phill 59 Greenlee, Virgil 59 Greenwell, Bill 54 Greer, Allen 54 Gresham, Warren 49 Grider, Ronald 49, 135 Griffin, Richard 59 Groh, Michael 49, 90, 102, 154, 166, 167 Grose, James 34 Grose, James 59 Grosheider, Jim 54, 94, 82 Grube, Larry 49, 90, 130 Gullett, Michael 54 Gullett, Wayne 49, 90 Gupton, Eddie 54, 165, 132 H Hafner, William 34, 92, 93, Hagar, Everett 54, 82, 160 Hale, David 49, 109 Hall, Chester 59 Hall, Neal 59 Hall, Thomas 34 Hamilton, Donald 59 Hamilton, Joseph 49 Hamilton, Kenny 59 Hamm, Larry 34, 161 109, 124, 143, 90, 91, 143 Hudson, Allen 49 Hughes, Charles 49, 90, 124, 125, 166, 169 Humphrey, Carl 35 Hutchens, Gene 35 l Ingram, Larry 35 lvey, Charles J Jackson, Jimmy 50, 85, 90, 109, 166, 186 Jackson, Kenny 50, B5 Lee, David 60 Lee, Fred 60 Lee, James 60, 147 Lee, Robert 37 Leffert, Steve 60 Leffler, David 60 Lester, Marvin 55, 90, 106, 116 Lete, Desire 37 Lethca, Maurice 37 Lewellen, Rodger 55 Lewis, Joseph 60 Lewter, Wayne 50, 85 Lilly, David 37, 87 Lind, Gene 37, 100, 99, 98 Linne, Phil 50, 147 Livers, Milton 60 Lockhart, Sammy 60, 95, 103 117 Lockwood, Richard 37, 98, 100 114 Loheide, Steve 60 Long, Kenneth 60 Jaynes, David 50 Jeffer, James 36, 161 Jeffers, Sammy 36 Jefferson, Mark 50, 164 Jeffries, David 59, 164 Jenkins, Charles 54 Jenkins, Dennis 59 Jennings, Sheldon 36, 84, 85, 120, 122, 124 Jenson, Melvin 50 Johnso Johnso Johnso Johnso n, Larry 50, 90, B2 n, Mark 50, 131, 135 n, Ronald 54, 94, 109 n, Tommy 54 Johnson, William 36, 87 Jolissaint, Dave 54, 102, 154 Jolly, Tommy 87 Jones, Darrell 54 Jones, Donald 59 Jones, Eric 59, 83, 95, 166, 167 Jones, James 54 Jones, Mike 50, 85, 104, 113, 135 Jones Russel 54 Jonesi Troy 50 Eostridge, Ronald 54 Eckhart, Earl 32, 86, 135 Eckerty, Donald 49, 83, 164, 108 Edlin, Pot 54 Edwards, James 58 Edwards, Ronnie 58 Eicher, Leo 58, 95 Eiler Terr 54 135 109 124 1 Y 1 r r Eisman, Carl 49, 90 Ellenbrand, Don 32 Elwanger, Donald 32 Emmett, Jay 54, 112 Endres, Edward 32, 47, 63, 82, Erdman, Robert 32 Evinger, Dan 49, 160 Ettel, Dale 49, 114, 143 109. 143 Hammons, Bert 145 Hampton, Darrel 159 Hanen, Ralph 59 Hanins, Vaughan Hardesty, James Hardin, William Harl, Leroy 49 49, 90, 124, 125, 133 49 59 Hartfield, James 35, 92, 93, 90, 98, 99, 100, 101,114, 173, 207 Harper, Mike 49, 83, 90, 109 Harraway, Webbie 49, 90, 109 Harrell, Charles 53, 34, 166, 47, 167, 104, 105, 125 Harris, Lee 59 Harris, Robert 34, 145 Harris, Robert 59, 145 Jordan, Robert 60 Jordan, Ronald 50, 131 Jordan, Paul 60 Joy, Tracy 36 Juliot, Edgar 55, 130 K Kohl, Gwin 60 Kaiser, Joe 36 Kohoe, Don 145 Karmer, Charles 55 Kannapel, Arthur 36 Espeseth, Pete 59, 85, 95 Estep, Johnny 59 Ester, Earl 59 Evans, Ray 59 Evans, Richard 32 Eve, Terry 59, 103, 166 Exline, John 59 F Fach, Dennis 49, 133 Faith, Steve 54 Farnsley, Dwight 33, 47, 109, 133 Forsley, Leo 49 Feiock, Casper 94, 109 Feiock, Dennis 49, 83, 96, 108, 164 Feiack, Tony 49, 90, 106, 109, 107, 163, 143, 173, 206 Fenwick, Frank 49, 96, 162, 104 Fentress, William 49, 162 Ferguson, Gene 59 Fess, Richard 59, 95 Findley, Lawrence 54 Harrison, Terry 34 Hart, Jerry 49 Harter, David 34 Hauger, Mike 54 Hawen, Ralph 103 Hawkins, Larry 35, 173, 92, 143, 107, 207, 106, 109 Hays, Thomas 39, 133 Haycox, John 35, 147 93, 90, 85, Kates, Richard 55, 160 Keach, Gary 50 Keller, Denzel 36 Keller, Donald 60 Kelley, Lynn 55, 108, 116, 164 Kemp, James 60 Kemp, Larry 60 Kemp, Phil 50, 90, 167 Kemp, William 55 Longest, Gary 50, 90, 114 Lopp, Donald 60, 95, 114 Lopp, Loran 50, 160 Losson, Phil 50, 133 Loughmiller, John 50, 130 Lowe, Donald 50 Loweth, Corl 37 Loyd, Bob 55 Loyd, James 50, 161 Luallen, Doug 50 Luallen, Paul 60 Lucas, David 50 Lynch, Buddy 60 Lynch, Howard 37, 112 Lynch, Marvin 55 Lynch, Mike 55, 94, 160, 164 Mc McAfee, Donald 37, 109, 143 McCafferty, Stephen 55 McCarthy, John 60, 95 McCartin, Ronnie 60 McClanahan, John 50 McCoy, Larry 55 McCoy, William 60 McCullough, Jerry 50, 160 McCune, John 38 McDaniel, Larry 50 McDonald, Ernest 50 McDonadl, Roy 55 McDonald, Robert 60 McGee, Sammy 50, 116 McGuire, Don 38 McHone, Richard 60, 162 McKnown, Mike 50, 109 McKawn, James 50 McLean, Tony 60, 95 McMillin, Bob 55 McMillin, Richard 50 McWilliams, Donnie 55 McWilliams. Paul 60 Heath, Mike 49, 87, 159 Heavrin, Ted 35, 93, 90 Hegewold, Arthur 59 Heid, Donald 35 Hellmann, David 49, 131 Heishman, Delbert 54 Hendrich, Jerry 35, 120 Henehan, Pot 49 Hendrich, Kermit 59, 162, 85 Hensley, Karol 54 Hertling, Virgil 59, 162 Hess, Donald 59 Heuser, Lawrence 54 Heuser, Lawrence 59, 102 Hickey, Joseph 35 Hickox, Ron 35 Hicks, John 49 Hill, Danny 59 Hill, Eddie 49 Kennedy, Roy 60 Kerber, Dan 36 Kidd, Donald 50 Kiefer, Charles Kimball, Roy 60, 82 Kime, Harry 36 Kincaid, Charles 55 King, Alan 55, 162, 85 King, Dwight 60, 103 King, Jimmy 50, 82, 114 King, Leon 36 King, Maurice 60, 164 Kinley, Richard 16? Kirk, Dennis 60 Kirk, Gary 60, 164 Kirk, John 147 Kissling, Wendell 55, 160 Klinger, David 55, 85, 96 Knight, Jesse 36, 91, 131 M Magress, Robert 55, 94 Mahan, Robert 60 Maier, 8ill 55 Main, Jerry 60 Mann, David 38, 81, 85 Munn, Lawrence 50, 85, 106, 107, 162 Molrsla, Danny 38, 82, 84, 104, 105, 166 Marsh, Tony 60 Martin, Gary 60, 94, 103 Martin James 50, 162 Martin: Lawrence 55 Martin, Ronnie 38 Martin Marsto , Shelby 55 n, Jimmie 50 Fischer, Jim 49, 85, 113 Fisher, Paul 59 Fisher, Paul 54 Fritzpatrick, James 49 Flanders, Jimmie 54 Flanigan, Harry 33, 143, 113 Flener, Larry 49, 90 Flora, Carl 49 Foster, Milburn 59 Foster, Timothy 49, 90, 160, 106, Foust, Bill 109 Fowler, James 33, 81, 120 Franklin, Johnny 59 Freiberger, Cletus 49, 90 Fritz, Kenneth 49, 132 Fuhry, Michael 33, 104, 105 Fuson, Boyd 59 204 124 Himmelheber, Jock 49 Himmelheber, Lynn 83 Hinkebein, Gary 49, 112, 162 Hiser, Carl 59 Hodges, Bill 59, 83 Hoffman, Tom 35 Hogan, Everett 59 Hogan, Mike 54 Holderman, Bob 49 Hollabaugh, Robert 49 Holley, John 59 Holt, Jack 59, 95, 166 Holton, Thomas 35, 70, 124, 143 Holz, Nick 49, 162 Hooe, Lonnie 49 Hooks, Robert 54 Hopkins, Roy 54, 160 Knotts, Tony 55 Koopman, Norbert 36 Kopp, Krebs, Kron, Kuntz, Steve 55 Lenny 55, 102, 116 Jim 36, 147 Phillip 83, 85 Kupferer, Tony 50 L l.a Duke, Herman 50, 116, 130 La Duke, Dallas 55 La Duke, Jim 36 Lamb, Gerald 50 Masterson, William 60 Mason, Max 55, 102, 154 Mayberry, Kenny 60 Mayberry, Theodore 55 Mayer, Charles 60 Mayfield, Ernest 50 Mayfield, Robert 60 Meacham, Richard 55 Merrill, Dennis 60 Messmer, Lawrence 60 Metcalf, Richard 60 Meyer, Larry 55 Meyer, Paul 82, 104, 105 Michell, Steven 95 Mickschl, James 38, 82, 113 Middleton, Morris 38, 109 Miley, Richard 50, 102 Nevins, Miller, Arliss 90, 91, 143 Miller, Miller, Bill 50 Dale 50 Miller, Gary 50, 162 Miller, James 94 Miller, James 38, 190 Miller, James 55 Miller, Larry 3B Miller, Lloyd 38 Miller, Lynn 124, 172, 160 Miller, Wayne 55, 60, 94, 116 Minter, Bob 55 Mitchell, Cheryl 55 Miveloz, Jim 55 Moats, Robert 60, 164 Money, Charles 39 Monroe, Richard 50 Moore, Gary 50 Moran, Charles 50 Moron, Frank 60 Morlen, Kenny 55, 83 Mucker, Walter 60, 96 Mueller, David 60 Mueller, Irvin 50 Mulens, Leo 55, 147 Murphy, Gary 60 Murphy, James lLeroyl 55 Myers, Robert 60, 117, 114 N Nash, Darrell 39, 96, 47, 168 Neal, William 39 Needham, Lloyd 61 Nelson, Kenneth 50, 131 Nethery, David 50 Nevins, Herbie 55, 114 Larry 61,164,117 Purcell, Allen 56 Purcell, Lonnie 90 Purlee, Lee 41, 138 Q Quinn, Clarence 51 R Ragge, Arthur 56 Rainbolt, Alva 51 Rasmussen, Butch 61, 133 Ratliff, Robert 41 Rawlings, Glenn 51 Read, Jerry 56 Reas, Winfred 61 Redden, Johnny 51 Redden, Robert 61 Reed, Terry 56 Renn, Frank 51, 98, 144 Renn, Gary 116, 56 Reno, William 61 Renshaw, Dennis 51, 166, 102, 114 Rexroat, Perry 51, 82, 159, 206 Rexroth, Blair 51, 164, 108, 124 Reynolds, Mike 61 Reynolds, Robert 61, 147 Rice, Ronnie 56 Richards, Allen 56, 147 Richards, Dorsey 51 Richards, Warren 52, 94, 90, 114 Richert, Larry 41, 90, 91, 85, 120, 124 Riggs, Robert 51 Singleton, Marvin 61, 103 Slaughter, Terry 61 Slone, Bill 47, 207 Sluder, Richard 61, 95, 117 Slusser, Victor 47 Smith, Charles 47, 164 Smith, David 61 Smith, James 56 Smith, Jerry 56, 116 Smith, Jimmie 56, 82 Smith, John 130 Smith, Joseph 61, 135 Smith, Martin 62 Smith, Steve 51 Smith, Tom 51 Smith, Wilber 51 Snook, Jimmy 47, 149 Snook, Thomas 51, 85 Sorg, Bobby 62 South, John 62, 95 Southard, James 62 Spatig, Wayne 47, 130 Speedy, Robert 47 Spencer, Richard 62, 164 Sprigler, George 47 Stalker, Bill 56, 102, 124, 154, 166, 167 Stomper, William 56, 102, 116, 124 Stanlield, Gordon 51, 82, 108 Stargel, Louis 56 Starks, Stanley 51 Staser, Charles 62 Steele, Charles 51 Stein, Frank 51 Stephens, Edward 62 Stephens, Mike 62 Stephens, Mal 62 Stepro, Rick 62 Stevens, David 51 Stewart, Jimmy 51 Stewart, Paul 56 Stewart, William 62, 164 Roby, D Nicholson, Donnie 61 Nicholson, William 61 Niemeier, Vernon 61, 95 O Obrmeski, Russell 55, 94 Oliver, Charles 50, 83 Ollis, Tommy 61 Olson, Steve SO, 190 Osborne, Dempsey 55, 83 Ott, David 61 Overton, Phillip 50 Owsley, Dobert 55, 82, 160 P Paris, Larry 50, 90 Park, Jack 39, 166, 47, 160 Parker, Fisher 50, 109 Parks, Donnie 55 Parrott, Wayne 40 Parsons, Gary 61 Patterson, Buddy 40 Patterson, Jimmie 61 Paulley, Albert 51 Payne, Dick 56, 145 Pavey, Roland 56 Pearce, Steve 51, 133 Pearson, Patrick 61 Peck, David 40 Peers, Michel 61, 117 Pendleton, Eddie 56, 164, 108 Pendleton, Tam 51 Pennington, Larry 40, 83, 164 Perkins, Dennis 51, 164 Rigsby, Rex 61, 164 Riley, David 61, 95 Robb, Bruce 61, 95 Roberson, Larry 41 Robertson, Thomas 51, 130 Robertson, Jim 130 Roberts, James 56, 94, 82, 113, 124 Roberts Larry 41 , 47 noberr,'Paul wo, 41, iss, 104, los Roberts , William 56 Robison, Richard 56 avid 41 Steyn, Jacque 47, 104, 105, 113, 134, 125 143, 172 St. Clair, Buddy 56 Stickels, David 47, 190 Stiffey, Paul 56 Stiller, Leon 56 Stiner, James 62, 95, 103, 166 Stone, Jim 51 Strock, Louie 62 Straw, Charles 47 Streepey, Jefferson 56, 94 Striegel, Marty 56 V Vest, Jim 57, 98 Vest, Robert 52 Viers, Tim 57 Volpert, Paul 52, 145 Volz, Barry 44, 87, 104, 105 W Wade, Gary 52 Wade, Williams 52 Waggener, Bill 62, 95 Walker, Bill 52 Walker, David Wallace, Grady 52, 83, 108 Wallace, William 52 Wollbaum, Gary 45, 47, 81, 85, Walls, John 57 Walls, Larry 52 Walter, Tom 45 Walters, Gary 57, 94, 83, 116 Waltman, Donald 52 Warneke, Fred 45, 162, 82 Warren, Terry 52 Wate, John 45 Webb, John 57, 190, 104, 124 Weber, Ken 52, B2 Weigleb, Danny 45, 133 Weigleb, John 62 Welch, Steve 62 Wenning, Marvin 57, 109 Wenzler, Morris 45, 93, 90, 107, 109 Wesbecker, Jerry Wheat, Jerry 45, 143 Wheatly, Donald 62 Whitaker, David 52 Whitaker, Jerry 45, 147 White, Joe 52, 85, 101, 98 White, Richard 52 White, Stephen 57 Whitehead, John 57 Whiteman, Arthur 57, 102 Whiteman, Phillip Whitworth, Lewis 62 Wiggins, Earl 62 Wilcoxson, Jimmie 57 Wilsins, Larry 63, 45, 166, 47, 8 1 4 120 16 2, 167 Perkins, Perkins, Glenn 40 Norman 40 Peters, Clarence 51 Peters, Larry 40, 83, 135 Peters, Larry 40, 83, 135 Peters, Lynn 61, B3 Peterson, Gary 61 Petty, Gary 62, 164 Phillips, David 51, 162, 130 Phillips, James 56 Phillips, Patrick 130 Phillips, Shawn 162 Philpott, Lonnie 56 Pittman, Charles 51 Pittman, John 61 Polley, Posley, Edgar 56, 162 Richard 40, 159 Potter, Jim 40 Potts, Bob 61, 164, 108 Potts, Dale 61, 164 Potts, Kenny 61, 164 Potts, Mike 61 Potts, Steve 51, 143 Prather, Lee 56 Prechtel, Clarence 61 Prenatt, Willard 56 Price, Mike 51, 143, 207, 98, 112, 124 Proffitt, Bobby 164, 61-' Proctor, Larry 61 Proctor, William 41, 164 Roby, Robert 41 Roche, Thomas 61 Roehm, Ronnie 56, 145 Rogge, Arther 145 Rollins, Mike 42, 166, 160, 112, 124 Rose, Charles 51, 90 Roth, Dave 56, 147 Roth, Richard 61, 117 Rouck, Benny 51 Rouse, Edward 42 Rowe, Steve 56, 132 Roy, James 164 Rudolph, Doug 51 Rush, Danny 51 Rutledge, Ronny 51, 87 S Saddler, Donald 42, 47 Sage, Mike 56, 160 Sams, Dale 51, 109 Sams, Melvin 56 Sarles, Steve 61, 103 Sarles, Temple 42, 160 Schad, Warren 56, 94 Schickel, James 56, 94 Schindler, Calvin 61 Schindler, Donald 61 Schladant, Paul 51 Schleicher, Jerry 42 Schmidt, Eddie 51 Schmidt, Gary 51 Schmitt, Mickey 56 Schornick, Mike 61, 164 Schroder, David 42, 86, 163, 132 Schroder, Allen 51 Schroeder, John 61 Schroeder, Michael 61 Schroeder, Ronnie Schy, Robert 164 Schy, Martin 51 Scott, Donald 56 Scott, David 42 Scribner, Harvey 51, 83, 135, 190 Self, Michael 51, 159 Shallers, Sammy 56, 83, 94, 116 Sharp, Steve 51, 85, 113, 124 Shetter, Stephen 61 Shewmaker, Gerald 61 Shirley, William 95 Shireman, Billy 42 Shroyer, Robert 42 Silver, Arthur 61 Silver, Eddie 51 Simpson, Calvin 56, 94, 130 Sims, David 61 Singleton, Bob 47, 114, 166, 182, 207 Striegel, Ray 51 Striegel, Steve 62 Stubbins, Gary 56, 102, 109 Stubblefield, C. E. 62, 164 Stucky, Roy 51, 82 Swank, Buddy 57, 147 Sweeney, Burley 51, 90, 143 Swinford, Cledith 57 Suder, Richard 82 Sumner, Bob 56 Sumner, Philip 44 Summers, Steve 51, 83, 108 Sutton, Carl 44 T Tabler, Byron 51, 113 Tabler, Norman 57, 166, 167 Tackett, William 51 Taylor, David 57 Tayler, Vernon 57 Tebault, Robert 51 Tegarden, Bill 51, 135 Terrell, Walter 51 Thill, Dave 57 Thomas, Morris 62 Thomas, John 57 Thompson, David 62, 103, 117 Thompson, Garry 44 Thompson, Jimmy 62 Thompson, Terry 57 Thorn, David 51, 109 Thurman, Robert 44 Totten, Pete 62 Townsend, Clarence 57 Townsend,'William 57, 116 Travis, Don 44, 92, 93, 90, 91, 16 Treat, Bill 51, 143, 99, 98, 109 Treece, James 57 Treseatriter, Richard 44, 81, 85, 104, 105, 12 Tucker, Daniel 52 Tully, Norman 62, 95, 103, 117 Turbeville, Bob 62 Turner, Duke 166 Turner, David 62, 95 Turner, Warren 32, 145 Tush, Jerry 44 Williams, Bill 52 Williams, James 52, 147 Williams, Lloyd 62 Williams, Robert 52 Williams, Virgil Williamson, Bill 45 Willman, John 62, 95, 164 Willoughby, John 57 Wilson, Jerry 62, 95, 117 Wilson , Larry 45 Wilson, Lewis 46 Wilson, Ted 62 Wilson, Tom 46 Wimp, Wimsa Wimsa Winn, Richard tt, Bob 52, 133 tt, Mike 62 Thomas 57, 102, 98 Wisdom, Glennis 52, 85 Wolf, Gary 57, 96, 166, 165, Walt, Wolfe, Wolfe, Wolfe, Wolfe, Wolfe, Wood, Ray 52 Allred 52 Bo 46, 104, 105 Jerry 52 Jimmy 57, 130 Tom 46, 166, 104, 105 Phil 46 Woods, Carl 46, 83 Wrege , John 46, 172, 112 Wright, Bob 57 Wright, Jerry 52 Wright, Ralph 46 109 Unruh, U David 57, 166, 167, 85, 104 Wyzard, Charley 57, 162 Y Yarbrough, Ronnie 182, 46, 93, 90, 104 105 Yeager, Tom 46, 108 Young, Jerry 52 Young, Nolan 57 Young, Ronnie 46, 160, 164, 108 Youggblood, Robert 182, 46, 93, 90, 104 1 Z Zahn, Barrett 62, 164 Zahn, James 46 Zahn, Kenneth 62 Zeller, Tom 57 Zimmerman, Donald 52 Zimmerman, Jerry 62, 103 Zinninger, James 57 Zoeller, Ricky 52 Business Manager Sharon Miltenberger and Circulation Manager Mary Ruth Bernardi carry sorne extra work home, so they can meet their VISTA deadlines. 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