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Are we having fun? Boys sit
on the bleachers as the girls cut
the rug during noon dancing.
Mrs. Lois Wylie demonstrates
a lesson in art to the "young fry"
in Mrs. Penick's room.
Whether it is avictory or a
defeat makes no differenceg
everybody dances after the B,B,
These murals were drawn by
Tommy Madura, Douglas Massey,
and Donald Ray.
.. . hmm!! hmm!!! New
A place for clubs and parties
is the Conservation Club House,
with which many good times and
fond memories are associated.
New Carlisle School is well
supplied with twins. Shown here
are Row l, Floyd Zarobinski,
Lloyd Zarobinski Qabsentjg James
Runnels, June Runnelsg Jack Weid-
lin, Donald Weidling Frances
Lloyd, George Lloyd. Row 2,
Caroline Kopala, Christine Ko-
palag Harold Weiland, Gerald
Wielandg Linda Mroz, Tommy
Mroz. Row 3, Steven Dopieralski,
Stanley Dopieralskig Barbara Fish-
er, Beverly Fisher, Sandra Mc-
Combs, Linda McCombs.
Page 48 text:
THE NEW CARLISLE STORY
"Aren't you going to have a yearbook?" This
question was asked over and over until an am-
bitious group of seniors prevailed upon Mrs. Wil-
helmina Troeger to help them publish "The New
Surprise keynoted the 1953 yearbook. Choosing
"The New Carlisle Story" as a theme, the staff
deliberately upset the pattern set in previous books
by including the town of New Carlisle.
In November, the staff made the layouts for
the different sections, and began taking pictures.
When the pictures were finished, the next step was
to plan the layout on the envelopes used for each
page, and then the literary editors began writing
copy. Each piece of copy had to be checked and
rechecked. In some instances it had to be revvrit-
ten, and then checked again. The first sixteen-
pages went to press December l0 and then there
were four other deadlines to meet.
The Olive Branchers managed some fun along
with their work by arranging the Autograph Dance
in May, for distribution ofthe two hundred-seventy
Spoacoud dy Elwood Stan.
NOSES FOR NEWS
The Tattler staff presented the facts of life at
N.C.H.S. with bigger and better issues. The "Whoo-
zit" and the choice bits of "gossip" from "Tattle
Tale" remained sure-fire hits with the students.
On the serious side, the paper contained up-to-the
minute news on all important school events. With
a "do or die" attitude, the staff members searched
for news, wrote and rewrote copy, and rushed to
meet deadlines. Mr. Francis Ernst advised the
publication of the Tattler.
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