New Carlisle High School - Olive Branch Yearbook (New Carlisle, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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Z?"-"'f X'-ff' CLASSES E The sophomores completed two years of high school life and seem- ed none the worse for wear. Their officers included Dan Milliken, president, Martha Sebasty, vice- presidentg Pat O'Shea, secretaryg Leon Adnson, treasure, Karel Cooper and Fred Snous, student council. To prepare themselves for bigger and better things to come in the Junior and Senior years, the sophomore class sold magazine subscriptions to the tune of S1500 to earn money for their class activities. T OFFICERS The junior class was an industri- ous group. They started the year with class meeting to discuss the questions of rings, the Sadie Haw- kins Day Dance, the Prom, etc. They found they needed capable leaders to carry out class activ- ities such as the play and the prom. So to lead the class they chose Dick Lewis, president, Dorothy Hostetler, vice-president, Janet DeBaets, secretaryg Don Tolmen, treasure, Diane McPherson and Dean Tarr, student council. Down on the bottom rung of the the high school ladder is the "not so green" frosh class. To lead them safely though their high school careers, this class placed their corifidenceinthese officers: Charles Moffit, presidentg Gene Laughman, vice-presidentg Jim Dudeck, sec- retary 81 treasureg Evelyn Golden and Don Tobolski, student council. Spamuddg yaaeh Dun Vw, 7Zew eafzaale

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BYRON SIPES HARRIET SPITZ PATSY VERMILLION CARL WYKOFF PAUL SPRIGGS JAMES SZMANDA ROBERT WORDINGER DONALD ZELASKO SIPES: Hi-Yg Track. SPRIGGS: Matador: Pep Club: Band: Choir: 4-H. SPITZ: G.A,A.g F,H.A,g F.T,A. Tigerettesg Pep C1ubgTatt1er Staff. SZMANDA: Basketball: Baseballp Trackg Shop Clubg King. VERMIL- LION: G,A.A,g Pep Clubg Tigerettes. WORDINGER: F,F,A,g Matador. WYKOFF: Matadorg Pep Club Class Officerg F,F.A. ZELASKO: Shop Club. SHEEPSKINS GIVEN TO SENIORS The time has come! !! For the proud Seniors the last year was a mixture of happiness and sadness. As the school year came to an end, the class of '53 sudden- ly realized that they would be out on their own sooner than they had expected. Some would continue schooling, others would work and later on get married. The last days of their stay at N. C. H, S. were busy ones. After the Prom came the Baccalaureate, the Class Night, and then the Commencement. As they marched into the auditorium, many different thoughts went through their minds. The grad- uation that had always seemed so important was now here. Some could hardly wait to get their diplomas, while others wished they were freshmen again. With the closing strains of "Pomp and Circurnstance" their high school days came to an end. Sf044016dly6.e. Kelley 65044, 7Zew64zlale 16



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CLASS OF '54 First Row: C. Wilson, L. Lauver,J. Shippy, D. Corpe. Second Row: C. Fetterer, D. Ritschard, S. Riffel. A. Martin, B. Shippy. Third Row: S. Kindig, R. Kul- wicki, A. Erickson, S. I-Iarley,M. Gay. I. Lyons. Top Row: P. Parsons, J. Dlugosz, M. Gadacz, R. Gelow, D. Tarr, D. Tolmen. The Juniors elected Dorothy Hostettler and Bradley Bates as king and queen of the Halloween Festival, and they chose the Dart Throw as a money making activity. In November they sponsored the Sadie Hawkin's Day Dance, for which the girls had to make vegetable and weed corsages for the boys . . . The highlights of the second semester were a successful play, coached by Mr. Erns ' Prom iven in honor of the Class of '53 . . . Mrs. Dunphy and Mr. Pfeiffer were their sponsors. First Row: R. Roush, J. Flatt. J. Baets, W. Bisel, G. Anderson,N.Milchurska. Second Row: E.Krakowski. N. Asbur ,M Mars L. Kratz, J Newland. Top Row y . , . : G. Szczodrowski, F. Headley, R. Horvath, D. Robin- son. B. Bates. R. Kafka. t, and the Junior g First Row: D. McPherson, C. Bingaman, R. Coore- man. M. Anderson, D. l-lostettler, D Zdankus. Sec- ond Rowg S. Edwards. I. Robbins, H. DeMeyer. C Romsicki, P. Melton, L. Strefling. Top Row: R. Wilt- fong, J. Bancer, M. Gumm. D. Wolff, B. Wheeler. R Gerecke, G. Letherman. D, Coddens. sammy D-.. you Aman, ww emma

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