New Castle Chrysler High School - Rosennial Yearbook (New Castle, IN)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 102
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1947 volume:
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For I947 was our big year, Mr. Haydn, a big year for
every person connecfed wiI'h New Cas+Ie High School.
For Ihe wonderful people who helped 'ro make if so, 'Ihe
FACULTY, see PAGE 8. Then Ihe SENIORS, on PAGE
26, were a swell group of kids anyone will agree. This
was a year fhey will long remember and cherish in 'rheir
The UNDERCLASSMEN, +he maiorily of Ihe sludenl'
body, make a line showing on PAGE 42. From iunior +o
freshman each will +eII you i+'s been a record year for all
fheir evenls, including Ihe delighlful prom.
ACTIVITIES around 'rhis old school were really buzz-
ing fhis year as you can see from 'Ihe picfures on PAGE 52.
There were Ihe dances, convocafions, iunior Rolarians,
Alfrusa girls, fhe all-imporfanl yearbook, and lasl' bu+ noi
Ieasl 'rhe school paper.
As you know, Mr. Haydn, all schools have fheir clubs
and social gafheringsg and New Casfle High School is cer-
+ainly no? an exceplion. From clubs ranked na+ionaIIy fo
Ihose slarled here fhey all play an imporlanl par'I in our
school life wifh 'Iheir various plans and func+ions. For
piclures of 'fhese CLUBS and 'rheir acfivifies, please
nolice PAGE 66.
Oh, yes, Mr. Haydn, if you fhink Ihal ATHLETICS
don'+ play a large parl in any Indiana high school, you
iusl don'+ know Indiana. We have a well-rounded sporls
program including fha? ever-popular baskefball, foo+baIl,
golf, and oh, we could go on forever, bul for some swell
aclion shols SEE PAGE 78.
Now iusl si? back and relax for you are aboul Io gel
an all-round view of New Casfle High School by simply
Turning fhe page and-
CLASSES AND FACULTY
You menlioned how nice ihe leachers were and you are correc+. Of
course, fhere are TIMES when we sfuclenis doulol 'rhal s'ia+emen+ buf 'rhen
Our school curriculum has grown somewl1a+ during 'lhe pasl' 'rhree or four
years-yes, even +his year.
Wilh our eleven cleparlmenrs and wilh each depar+men1' lhinlxing up some
new course, we soon won'+ be able lo choose which courses we wanl mosf.
For inslance, we have induslrial ar+s, home economics, and commercial arls
for lhose inleresied in voca+ional lraining. For 'lhe basics we have English,
social s+udies, and maihemalics. Then for 'lhose inleresled in ofher languages
we have French, La+in, and Spanish. For lhose in+eres+ed in becoming
chemisls, physicisls, and biologisls we have 'rhe sciences. Then fhere are
music, arf, and physical ecluca+ion which should never be omiH'ed from any
Some of fhe newer classes are Elecfronics 4I, a boys' cooking class, and
a driving insfruc+ion class. ln our driving ins'rruc+ion course we have a car
in which 'rhe siudenis can gel pracfical experience as well as ins+ruc+ion.
So you see, Mr. Haydn, we have plen'ry going on +o keep us busy during school.
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MR. E. S. CASTOR, Principal
A.B., M.A. Ball Sfafe
Graduafes of fhis year are faced wifh many
problems and many opporfunifies. Solving fhese
problems and meefing fhese opporfunifies will con-
sfifufe a life's work.
A cifizen's life can be a brillianf success or a
miserable failure. The choice is wifhin fhe grasp
of each graduafe of I947. Armed wifh fhe defer-
minafion fo share in fhe responsibilify of making
fhis a beffer world and secure in 'fhe belief fhaf a
high sfandard of characfer, folerance, and sym-
pafhy for ofhers are necessary for each individual,
each of fhis year's graduafes cannof fail fo achieve
fhe goal of successful cifizenship.
Educafion is buf one of a series of learning ex-
periences which comes fo an individual. Ofhers
will be even more challenging. All 'rhese experi-
ences can confribufe much fo every individual if
faced wifh courage, faifh, and enfhusiasm.
To each member of 'rhe I947 graduafing class,
I wish fhe finesf fhaf life has fo offer.
E. S. CASTOR
MR. JOE R. CRAW, Superinfendenf
A.B., M.A. Bufler Universify
Congrafulafions fo you of fhe graduafing class
of I947. Many of you have found a challenge for
addifional preparafion. Ofhers of you have had
sufficienf social and work experience confacfs which
you feel qualify you fo cease your school sojourn.
All of you have surely found and solved, some of
you have also found and leff unsolved, problems of
maior imporfance in social, physical, menfal, and
moral relafionship. Our biggesf fask is fo be genu-
ine, ever-undersfanding of human weaknesses and
sfrengfhs. The greaf single need for mankind is
service. Lef us perpefually work fogefher in fhe
realms of beffer cifizenship so fhaf we can confinue
fo see fhe realifies of our Democracy and reach
goals fo which our own manhood and womanhood
JOE R. CRAW
Superinfendenf Cify Schools
Mr- A- Dale Allen- VlCe'P"l"'ClP5lv D35" Ol BOYS' Miss Elizabefh Harringlon, Dean of Girls.
A. B. DePauw Universi+y, M. S. Indiana Universiiy. A. B. Wesfern Kenmcky Ungversgiy.
Leff 'ro righiz Mr. Russell Fleming, president Mr. Karl Vogel, secrefaryg Mr. Harold Meadows, frees-
urerq Mr. Eugene Yergin, afforney for flie board.
Miss Mary RiH'er, B. S. Purdue Universily
English, Rosennial Adviser
Miss Ca+herine Ra+cIiffe, A. B. Wes+ern College, M. A. Indiana Universify
English, Lalin, Sponsor of Senior Class
Mr. Horace Burr, Jr., A. B. DePauw Universily, M. A. Universify of Soulhern California,
Cer+ifica+e from Universi+y of London
Mrs. Louise Deyoe, A. B. Indiana Cenfral College, M. A. Nor+hwes+ern Universify
Speech, Radio, English, Head of +I1e English Depar+men+
Miss Margarel' Lealcey, A. B. Ball S+a+e, M. A. Indiana Universify
English, Remedial Reading, Social Sfudies
Miss Berniece McCord, A. B., M. A. Indiana Universify
Miss Marfha Shelley, A. B. Ball Sfafe
English, Spanish, Sponsor of Alpha Chaprer of Tri-Ralio
Miss Marlha NuH', A. B. Bu+Ier Universily, B. S. in L. S. Universiry of Illinois
Mrs. Helen Rogers, nof pic+ured, A. B. DePauw Universi+y
Sfanding, Ief+ fo righ+: Miss Riffer, Mr. Burr, Miss Lealrey, Miss McCord, Miss Shelley, and Miss Nu'H
Siffingz Miss Ra+cIiHe and Mrs. Deyoe.
Mrs. Rogers gives a les-
son in correcf wrifing
in English 4I G class.
S+uclen+s are busy wrii-
ing headlines for iour-
The dramaiics class is
frying ouf early for a
parf in a play.
Radio class gives you
your early morning an-
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Sfudenis learn fhe es-
senfials of good driv'
ing in safefy class.
Sfudying fhe birds and
fine bees land 'fhe
snaicesi is our iheme.
Physics class is making
an experimeni on fide
laws of nafure.
The sfudenfs make Cae-
sar live again in our
Anoiher Einsfein is ai
work on somefhing far
greafer 'fhan Hue afomic
eff fo righi: Miss Pogue, Mr. Lake, and Lefl io righ+: Mr. Bronson, Mr. Snyder, Mr. Reed, Mr. Lemme, and Mr. Hodson,
Miss Mable Hodson.
Miss Lewelra Pogue, A. B. Indiana Universi+y, M. A. Universiiy of Michigan
Spanish, Head of +he Language Depar+men+
Mr. Alvin Lake, B. S., M. A. Ball S+a1'e
French, English, Sponsor of French Club
Miss Mable Hodson, A. B. Earlham College, M. A. Columbia Universi+y
Larin, Algebra, Sponsor of Lalin Club
Mr. George C. Bronson, A. B. Wabash College
Chemisfry, Healfh, Sponsor of Science Socie+y, Head of +he Science Depar'I'men+
Mr. Marvin Snyder, B. S. Evansville College
Mr. F. Francis Reed, B. S. Ball S+a+e
Hisfory, Economics, Sponsor of Hi-Y
Mr. Earl Lemme, A. B. Indiana Cen+ral College
Mr. lvan Hodson, A. B. Earlham College, M. A. Columbia Universiiy
Si++ing: Mr. Greensfreef and Miss Fern Hodson. Leif 'ro righf: Mrs. Wayman, Mrs. Harfzell, and Miss Rupley
Sfanding: Miss Orr and Miss Harlman.
Mr. Josepl1 Greenslreel, A. B. Ball Slafe
General Malhemalics, Algebra, Geomefry
Miss Eunice Cleo Orr, A. B. Ball S+a+e, M. A. Indiana Universify
Ma+h Refresher, Algebra, Geomefry
Miss Fern Hoclson, A. B. Earllrlam College, M. A. Columbia Universily
General Mafhemafics, Algebra, Trigonomelry, Head of +l1e Ma+l1ema+ics
Miss Mary Jean Har+man, A. B. Indiana Universily
General Ma+l'1ema+ics, Algebra
Mrs. Mary S. Wayman, A. B. Miami Universily, M. A. Ball S+a+e
Hislory, Sponsor of +l'1e Junior Class, Head of +l1e Social Sfudies Deparimenf
Mrs. Wilma Harlzell, B. S. Ball Sfaleg A. B., M. A. lndiana Universify
His+ory, Sponsor of Fi Del
Miss Helen Rupley, B. S. Purdue Universily
Hisfory, Sponsor of Tri Bela Della
Sfudenls learn abou?
cily planning in govern-
We learn +l1e flwings we
missed, in mafh re-
In economics +he sfudy
of money becomes an
In geomefry class prov-
ing +riangles congruenl
is a hard iob.
Sines and cosines make
frigonomefry a snap
course for flue wizards
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Home nursing feaches
essaniials for good
"Good +ypis+s malce
'Few errors" say Yhe sfu-
denls in flnis class.
Girls learn all ine new
slifclnes in clolhing
An indusfrious siudeni
is learning fo run a
Running office machin-
ery is pari of line iob
of our machine opera-
Lefi fo right Mr. Ervin, Mrs. Bishop, Miss Hall, and Mr. Roclchill. Lefi fo righ+: Miss Roney, Mrs. Fisher, and
Mr. Ben Ervin, B. S. Ball Siafe
Business Ariihmeiic, News Wriling, Journalism, General Business, Phoenix Adviser,
Head of ihe Commerce Depar+men+
Mrs. Juani+a Bishop, A. B. Bowling Green College of Commerce
Bookkeeping, Typing, Business Ariihmeiic
Miss Sarah Hall, A. B. Builer Universify
Typing, Shorlhand, Sfenography
Mr. Howard Roclchill, A. B. Indiana S+a1'e Teachers' College
Typing, Machine Operaiions, Commercial Law, Business English
Miss Elizabeih Roney, A. B. Manches+er College
Clofhing, Special Problems, Head of The Home Economics Deparfmeni, Sponsor
of F. H. A.
Mrs. Fylious Fisher, B. S. Ball S'l'a+e
Foods, Sponsor of SunShine Socieiy
Miss Ca+herine Janney, B. S. Ball Sfafe
Home Nursing, Clofhing, Foods, Family Relaiions
Miss Manifold Mr. Chenowefh and Mr. Small 'I
Lef+ fo right Mr. Malrowsiry, Mr. Hay, Mr. Sfuckey, Mr. Janzarulc, and Mr. Hassfurder Miss Andrews and Miss Rapp
Beefhoven has nofhing on our masier musicians when I+
comes fo symphonies.
Miss Mary M. Manifold, B. S. Ball Srale
Ar'l', Head of fhe Ari' Deparlmeni'
Mr. Gene Chenowe+h, B. M., M. M. Jordan Conservafory,
"A" Band and Orchesfra, "B" Band and Orches+ra,
lnsfrumenfal Classes, Head of Music Deparfmen+
Mr. George Small, M. S. Indiana Universify, M. M. Jordan
Miss Suzanne Rapp, B. S. Ball S+a+e
Girls' Physical Educa+ion, Co-sponsor of G. A. A.
Miss Ru+h E. Andrews, B. S. Ball Sfafe
Girls' Physical Educaiion, Co-sponsor of G. A. A.
Can you do one of +hese 'rriple-ferror-back flips boys do
in gym class?
The arf class produces painiings and drawings fo keep
our halls clecorafed.
William Malrowslxy, B. S, Hanover College
Boys' Physical Educaiion, Coach of Baslreiball "B"
Team, Assisfani' Foofball Coach
Langan Hay, A. B. Universiiy of Kenfuclcy
Boys' Physical Educaiion, Boxing lnsirucior
Charles Sfuclxey, B. S. Hanover College
Baskefball Coach, Safefy, Head of The A+hle+ic Deparf-
John Janzarulr, B. S. Indiana Universify
Foofball Coach, Healfh
Walfer E. Hassfurder, B. S. Hanover College
Soccer is fhe new, inieresfing game enioyed by ihe girls
in gym class.
These boys in clraffing
class are drawing up
The prinling class lceeps
busy prinfing pamph-
lefs and fhe school pe-
The boys in shop are
furning ou? mass pro-
B y l I 1' h
o s earn "'us ow
The land lies" in agri-
Learning machine irades
for fuiure vocafions is
an imporlanf class.
James S. Anlierner, B. S. Indiana Teachers' College
Dean Lenon, B. S. Ball S+a+e
C. S. Kinder, B. S. Ball Sfare, Purdue Universiry
Machine Trades, Sponsor oi Maclxinisrs' Club
Kei+l1 Painler, B. S. Purdue Universify
Agriculhlre, Farm Shop, Biology, Sponsor of F. F. A.
Bernlwardf A. Beguhn, B. S., M. S. S+ou+ lns+i'l'u+e
Leif 'io righf: Mr. Anliefner, Mr. Lenon, Mr. Kinder, Mr. Painler, and Mr. Beguhn
Top lef+: Mr. Maurice Fessler, A. B. Canlral Normal College, Book Sfore Direc+or.
Top righf: Mrs, Dorolhy E. Shepherd, R. N. Meihodisl Hospiial, School Nurse.
BoHom, leff 'ro right Office Help: Miss Maxine Rains, Miss Alma Amburgey, Mrs. Helen Howard
E Miss Marion Weishelf, Mrs. Roseanne Higham, and Mrs. Ru+l'1 Best
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Four'rh row: BeHy Riley, Dolores Davis, Charlene Pale.
Third row: Sylvia Van Hoose, Phyllis Brewer, Gilberl' Riley, Richard Miles.
Second row: Roberf Elkins, Basil Coleman, Dorofhy Raines, Vera Lee Turpin, Phyllis Smi+h, David Smifh.
Firsf row: Jack Van Hoose, Mary Tambucos, Mary Rinard, Janice Wadman.
Cadel' reachers have assisfed reachers in bo'l'h grade schools and iunior high
school. They 'rake charge of reading, spelling, and numerous o+her classes while 'lhe
feacher gives more 'lime +o sfudenrs who need special aHen+ion.
These cadel' 'leachers have also learned while reaching. Among orher Things,
'lhey have learned +he ar'l' of pafience.
Many of rhem will go ro college and become ieachers, bu+ Those who do noi' will
have gained an experience fhai' fhey shall never forget
Boifom leff: David Smifh. Boffom righf: Mary Rinard.
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Hello, Mr. Haydn. Weren'+ you 'I'he fellow who wrofe 'lhe arricle for
COLLlER'S en+i+led "The Kids Come Firs+"7 You were? Well, we would
like fo iell you aboui' a few 'ihings you failed +o men+ion in your arficle.
Firsi of all we wani you 'ro mee+ our senior class. This is +he class +ha1'
sponsors and publishes ihe yearbook, The Rosennial. Also we, like senior
classes of oiher high schools, produce a class play.
We are usually busy doing some'l'hing-eifher exchanging class name
cards or small billiold size piciures, exchanging commenis on whal we'll wear
+o senior vespers, making plans for Class Day, Honor Day, and Commence-
men'l'-all +hese 'rhings concern +he "big" senior.
Being a senior affecis each one of us differenily. To +hose who will be
going +o college i+ is 'I'he lasf chance To gel' fhe iundamenials well in mind on
which 'rhey will base iheir college educaiion. To ihose who don'+ plan fo
aHend college if is 'lhe lasi' year of formal educaiion. Some leave wifh a
smile, some wi+l1 a iear. Wi+h a spirii' like ours and a mo'Ho like "The elevafor
io success is noi running-fake fhe s+airs," how can we go wrong?
l'in1u Truclify-sirz' II
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Buf Mr. Haydn-
You 'iorgof us seniors! Here's whai you forgo? +o men+ion in your s'I'ory. We
firsi' began +o realize +ha+ we were becoming imporianf when we enferiained 'lhe
seniors a+ +he I946 Junior Prom-The Mardi Gras. The Senior Vespers was 'Phe firs+
big even+ of our 'Final year in N. H. S. Anoiher senior class eveni' was +he honoring
of us seniors a+ fhe I947 Junior Prom. Ofher main evenis were Class Day when our
innermosl' secreis were revealed, and Baccalaurea+e-our mos+ religious service.
Finally +he day arrived when we received diplomas signifying lhe end of iwelve years
of school life.
And Mr. Haydn-
You forgof our class colors which are Teal blue and silver. Oiher +l1ings you missed
were our moH'o: "The eleva+or 'io success is noi' running-fake 'ihe s+airs"g and our
class flower, +he American Beaufy rose.
Baclc in '43 when we were mere freshmen, we didn'+ realize +ha+ our las'r year would
be highligh+ed by fhe faci' +ha'l' our high school was rafed as fhe model school in fhe
Sfanding: Tom Cashdollar presndeni'
Seafed af fhe righf of fable Phyllis Sid
well, secreiaryg John Kinslnger +rea
Sealed a+ fhe lefi' of iabe o n
Top left Sea+ed leff fo righf: Virginia Wright Dorofhy Raines, Prom Queen: and Irene Davis.
S+anding leff fo right Doforis Davis, Judy Capshaw, Beverly Cox, Jaclrie Paul-aifendanfs 'ro
Top right Prom Enferfainmeni-lei? 'ro righ+: Joyce Durman, Gene Frazier, Beverly Cox, and Jamie
Lower leff: D:ro+Hy Raines was crowned queen by Judy Capshaw, Prom Queen of '45.
Lower right Senior Vcspcrs, December IO, I946.
BOB ARCHEY EDDIE ARNOLD ROY ATWATER, Jr. LAVONNE BAILEY
Foo'rbaII,AgricuIfure Science Sociely, Hi- La'I'in Club, Boxing.
JOHN G. BARRY
Hi-Y, Boxing, Prom
Y, Golf, Dramafics,
WILMA BASSETT JEAN BECKETT ALVENA BERGIN
French Club, G. A.
A., Hall Palrol.
BETTIE BUCKNER JIMMIE BURNS HELEN BUSH CLARENCE
Choir, Science So- Hi-Y, Boxing, Dra- SunShine Sociely, Tri
ciely, Senior Morfo malics Club, Wresf- Bela Del+a, G.A. A., Machinisls' Club, Hi-
CommiHee,Crescen- ling. Dramafics Club. Y, Tracli.
Machinisls' Club, Hi-
Boxing, Prom Com-
Fi Del, Dramalics
H i-Y, Machinisls'
MARY COON EY
Club, Tri Bela Della,
Senior and Junior
Class Presidenl, Ma-
chinisfs' Club Pres-
iden'r, Jr. Rolarian,
Treasurer, Purdue As-
RUTH COON EY
Dramalics Club, Tri
Bela Della, French
Club, Home Eco-
nomics Club, Senior
Iee, G. A. A.
Dramarics Club, Sun-
Shine Sociely, Tri
Bela Della, Prom
Girls' Glee Club,
Four Arls, Choir,
P r o m Commilfee,
Tri Bela Della Pres-
idenl, Phoenix Slaff,
Senior Color Com-
Hi-Y, Boxing, Dra-
malics Club, Prom
Senior Molfo Com-
miflee, Choir, Prom
Iee, Crescendo Club,
G. A. A.
Senior Flower Com-
millee, Choir, Cres-
cendo Club, Lalin
Lalin Club, SunShine
Sociely, G. A, A.
ROG ER COV ERT
Nalional Honor So-
ciefy, Hi-Y, Srudenl
denf, Jr, Rolarian,
Tri Bela Della.
Draffing Club, Pur-
due Assembly, Prom
Dramalics Club, Sun-
Shine Socieiy, Tri
H i- Y, Agricullure
Navy - I8 Monlhs,
Fi Del Secrelary,
Prom Queen Allen-
danl, Prom Enfer-
Senior Moflo Com-
Fi Del, Dramafics
Club, Prom Enler-
Senior Moflo Com-
Draffing Club, Ma-
chinisfs' Club, Fore-
man's Club of New
Casfle, Hall Pafrol.
Secrefary, Ph o e n ix
Foolball, Golf, Hi-
Y, Rosennial Slaff.
Science Sociely, Var-
Band, Orcheslra, Fi
Del, Crescendo Club
Junior and Senior
Class Treasurer. Ma-
clwinisls' Club, Track,
ball, "A" Band
ROBERT ELKINS LEON DAVIS JUNE DEGE EVELYN DENNEY
Rosennial Slafli, Tri
Bela Della, Lafin
Club Presidenf, Sun-
Shine Sociefy, Sen-
ior Color Commif-
Senior Mollo Com-
Club, Chorus, Sci-
Yell Leader, Prom
Play '46, Speakers'
Maclwinisfs' Club, Hi-
Y, Dramalics Club.
Older Boys' Confer-
Home Economics Choir, Crescendo
Sfudenl Council, Ma-
cliinisls' Club, Wresl-
Iing, Prom Commil-
lee, Purdue Assem-
LENA BELLE FAINE
G. A. A. Secrelary,
G. A. A.
Club, Lalin Club.
TOMMY G-ROOMS RALPH GUFFEY IRENE HARMON,
l'Ii-Y, Senior Mollo H o m e Economic'
Commilfee, Science Club, SunShine So'
Sociely. ciefy. '
Band, Four Arls,
Tri Bela Della, Sen-
ior Invi+a+ion Com-
IVA JEAN KUHN
Science Sociely, Ro-
sennial Slaff, Tri
Lalin Club, Science
Co-Edilor of Rosen-
nial, Secrelary Na-
fional Honor Soci-
ely, Fi Del Presi-
denl, Sludenl Coun-
cil Presidenf, Secre-
fary SunShine Soci-
ely, Dramafics Club.
Club, Prom Enler-
G. A. A.
Tri Bela Della Vice-
Slafl, Senior Color
"A" Band, "A" Or-
Sociely, Color Com- Council, SunSI'iine
Science Sociely, Laf-
in Club, Dramalics
SunShine Sociely, Tri-
Ralio, Prom Com-
G. A. A., Home
Economics Club, Sun-
G. A. A., Alpha Tri-
Ralio, Science Soci-
ely Secrelary, Sen-
ior lnvilafion Com-
millee, Prom Enler-
Dramafics Club, Lal-
Rosennial Slaif, Na-
Iional Honor Soci-
ely, Junior and Sen-
ior Class Secrelary,
Safely Club, Ma-
Nalional Honor So-
ciely, Choir, Cres-
Farm Shop Club.
Cross Counlry, Hi-
BETTY JANE SMITH
G. A. A., Hall Pa-
Choir, SunShine So-
ciely, Science Soci-
ely, Lalin Club,
Dralling Club, Choir,
Rosennial Slalf, Fi
Del, SunShine Soci-
JAMESON HELEN MARTIN JOHN MASTIN
MAC PARKER DONALD W. POER PHYLLIS POPEJOY
Eoolball, Junior Ro-
larian, Sluclenl Coun-
cil, Hi-Y, Baseball.
Hi-Y, Baseball, Golf,
Drafling Club Sec-
Tri Bela Della Treas-
Club, Prom Com-
millee, Class Play.
ely, Allrusa Repre- relary. Club, Girls' Glee
ciely, Senior Flower
GILBERT RILEY VVANDA PEGGY LOU HELEN
I 1 ROBINSON RAMSEY SANDERSON
Boxing, Graphic Arls.
Tri Bela Della, Dra- Fi Del, SunShine So- G. A. A.
malics Club, Fool- ciery, Prom Enler-
lighls. 'rainmenl Commillee,
Senior Mollo Com-
EVELYN SCOTT JIM SHERMAN MARCELLA BETTY JEAN
Dramalics Club, Tri Hi-Y Treasurer, Jun- SI-IELQI-ON SIMPKINS
Bela Della. ior Rolarian, Science Tri Bela Della, Prom
Sociely. Publicily Commilfee,
DAVID SMITH LOIS SMITH PATTY LOU SMITH PHYLLIS M. SMITH
Cross Counlry, Var- Senior lnvilalion
.ny Club, I-n.Y sec.
relary, Rosennial 'tics Club, Tri-Ralio.
Slalf, Science Soci-
Nalional Honor So-
ciely, Lalin Club,
Lalin Club, Hi-Y, Ro-
sennial Sfaff, Prom
miffee, Cross Coun-
fry, Dramalics Club.
G. DAVID DAY
Track, Baseball, Jr.
Rolarian, Hi-Y, Var-
sily Club, Dramafics
Club, Science Soci-
ely, Lalin Club,
LEWIS E. CARNES
Club, Ari, Four Arls,
Slafe Choral Fesli-
JO ANN ELROD
Dramafics Club, Sun-
MARVIN BROYLES JOHN H. BUDD KENNETH BURKE DOROTHY BURRIS
Hi-Y, Baseball, Box- Navy, Hi-Y. Drafling Club, Prinl-
ing. ing Club.
BOBBETTE RALPH CLEMONS MARY ALICE IRENE DAVIS
Foolball, Baseball, Prom Queen Allend-
Hi-Y, Phoenix Edi- Tri Bela Del+a,Choir, anl,DramalicsClub,
lor, Varsify Club. "A" Band, Senior SunShine Sociely.
GWENDOLYN LOUISE FINE ARCHIE FROST MARTHA GARVEY
Club, SunShine So-
ciely, Fi Del, Senior
Ac'rivi'fy Usher Com-
millee, Four Arls.
JOYCE PHlLLlP JEAN ANN ANNETTA HOWARD E. BOB KEESLING
HENDRICKS DOUGLAS HOWREN HUDSON JOYNER
HQOVER Baslrelball, Foolball,
Fi Del, Rosennial Lalin Club, Sluclenl SunShine Sociely. Hi-Y. Track, Baseball, Hi-
Sfalif, Dramalics Council, Phoenix Y, Rosennial Sfaff,
Club, Prom Refresh- Slaff. Dramalics Club,Var-
menls Commillee, sily Club.
Senior Mollo Com-
mi+lee, Science So-
cie+y. SunShine So-
WILLARD LOU ANN KLUS WILLIAM LEE JEAN LITTRELL MARY LOU LOIS MAPLE
Tri-Rafio, Prom Com- Senior Flower Com-
millee. milfee, Lalin Club.
MARK OCKER CHARLENE FATE GENE PAVEY BETTY J. PAYNE DOROTHY PIERCE RUBY PUCKETT
Rosennial Sfaff, Hi- Fi Del. Draflinq Club, Prom Choir, Foollighls, Lafin Club-Presiclenl,
Y, Machinisls' Club, Commilfee, Machin- SunShine Sociely, Science Sociely, Tri
Lafin Club. isis' Club. Crescendo Club Bela Della Vice-
Tri Bela Della, Dra-
malics Club, Fool-
IigI'1'rs of '46.
MARY TAM BUCOS
Rosennial Sfaff, Fi
Del, SunSI'1ine Soci-
efy, Allrusa Repre-
FooIIigl1Is of '46,
Foofball, Boxing, Ag-
riculfure Club, Var-
sify Club, Prom Dec-
Lafin Club, Plnoenix
S+aff, Prom Com-
miflee, Fi Del Vice-
Presiclenl, Queen of
Holiday Dance '45,
Science Socieiy Vice-
GILFORD ROBERTS BETTY SAMPLEY J. G. SHOOPMAN
Machinisls' Club. Prom Enlerlainmeni Machinisis' Club.
Na+ionaI Honor So-
ciely, Hi-Y Presi-
denf, Track, Science
ERMA SULLIVAN BETTY BETTY SWEIGART MARGARET
Prom Invilalion Com-
miffee, Senior Flow- Tri Bela Delia. Prom Couriesy Com-
er Commiliee, Dra-
mafics Club, Alpha
miffee, Tri Bela Del-
fa Secrefary '45,
Vice - Presidenf '46,
Girls' Glee Club.
WAUNITA NORMA JEAN VIRGINIA YETTIVA
THOMAS THOMPSON THOMPSON JUANITA
Prom Publicify Com-
Senior Color Com- Wreslling, Baseball, Track, Hi-Y.
milfee, Tri - Rafio,
Lafin Club, Class
Tri Bela Della, Four
Phoenix Sfaff, Tri-
Club, Senior Inviia-
JOHN WHALEN VERA LEE TURPIN BARBARA EDITH MAE
Foofball, Baslxelball, Science Sociely, Sun- TUTTERROW
Shine SOCI1-Bly. AI- SunShineSocie+y, Tri
plna Tri-Ralio, Ari' Be+a Delia' Home
Deparlmenf of Four Economics Club,
Arfs, Prom Ari' Com- Tumbling Team, G.
mifiee. A, A,
JACK VAN HOOSE SYLVIA VAN ERNA JUNE PATRICIA VORES
Nafional Honor So-
ciely Presidenf, Base-
ball, Jr. Rofarian,
Foolliqhfs of '46,
EDITH TUNGATE BILLIE LOU WHITE
Prom Decoralion Home Economics
Commiffee, Senior Club.
BETTY WHITTON RICHARD
Tri-Rafio, Home Eco-
nomics Club, Can- Machinisfs' Clu b
Ieen Council, Prom Vice-Presidenl.
fee, Senior Invila-
P r o m Commillee,
Fi Del, Dramalics
Club, Junior Prom
Queen, G. A. A.,
Fi Del, "A" Band,
Phoenix Slall, Cres-
Fi Del, Phoenix Slall,
millee, Senior Mol-
Prom Queen Allend-
anl, Dramalics Club,
Prom lnvilalion Com-
Fi Del, Nalional
Honor Sociely Vice-
Presidenl, Senior Al-
lrusa Girl, Prom
Rosennial Slall, Class
lics Club, Foollighls.
CURTIS L. YEAGER
lure Club, Traclr,
Prom Invilalion Com-
ALAN E. YERGIN
Lalin Club Secrelary,
Science Sociely Pres-
Nalional Honor So-
ciely, Fi Del Treas-
urer, Co-Edilor Ro-
sennial, SunShine So-
ciely Presidenl, Slu-
denl Council, Dra-
malics Club, Prom
millee, Phoenix Edi-
Fi Del, Orcheslra,
Fi Del, Sludenl Coun-
cil Vice - Presidenl,
Rosennial Slall, Sen-
ior Invilalion Com-
millee, Senior Mol-
lo Commillee, Dra-
malics Club, Science
Sociely, SunShine So-
Nalional Honor So-
French Club Presi-
denl, Jr. Rolarian,
Business Manager ol
Rosennial, Hi-Y Cab-
inel Member, Dra-
malics Club, Prom
Band, Hi-Y, Cres-
cendo Club, Science
Sociely, Pep Band.
Fi Del, Foollighls,
Lalin Club, Prom
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And by 'lhe way, Mr. Haydn, New Casrle High does puf 'fhe kids firsf
bu'l' you forgo? 'ro menlion who all fhe kids were. We have already infroduced
+he seniors, now we wan+ you io meei +he underclassmen-juniors, sophomores,
and 'Freshmen-who are fhe whole reason for our school. They are 'rhe reason
+ha'r we need well-paid feachers, well-balanced curriculum, a good varieiy of
convocaiions, all lines of sporls, and well-rounded school acfivifies.
Every school day wilh i+s parlicular problems and fun is planned wifh
lhese siudenfs in mind. These are 'rhe kids who keep 'rhings moving a+ 'rhe
building on Walnui S+ree+. They are 'lhe ones who organize ihe clubs and
aHend +he meefings, s+udy hard lo gel a good educalion, cheer +he Teams on
when going gefs rough, and gripe abou'r 'rhe liHle ihings.
These are +he underclassmen of New Casile Senior High, +he people for
whom fhe adminis+ra+ion has been working ou+ a more adequale school sys+em.
Follow us lhrough fhe nexf few pages so we can infroduce fhem 'ro you. Look
+hem over and you will understand why we are proud of our underclassmen.
Here are fhe iuniors of New Casfle Senior High School. Whaf do fhey do?
Well, fhey have fwo of fhe four yell leaders, and fhey are represenfed in every field
of sporfs. Ofhers enfer speech confesfs, and essay confesfs, and fhe senafor fo fhe
Fourfh Annual Sfudenf Congress af Purdue was a member of fhe junior class.
This is fhe only group of underclassmen fhaf is organized. During fhe second
semesfer fhey meef and elecf class officers. This year's officers are Bill Thompson,
presidenfg Bob Breckenridge, vice-presidenfg Marilyn Payne, secrefaryg and Gene Hasf-
ings, freasurer. Once fhe elecfion is over fhings sfarf rolling. They pick ouf fhe class
iewelry and everybody orders fheirs before school closes in June. By Sepfember of fhe
nexf school year, when fhese kids are ex-juniors, fhey have fheir iewelry fo wear during
fheir senior year. Commiffees are appoinfed and fhey sfarf planning and working and
firsf fhing you know-if's fime for Junior Prom.
Yes, fhis is fhe iunior class, fheir picfures and names. Look fhem over.
Fourfh row: Fred Thrasher,
Paul Thornhill, Bill Van Beb-
ber, Courflan Turner, Ber-
Third row: Roberf Wilf, Rich-
ard Teagar, Bill Thompson,
Charles Thompson, Ed
Trieschman, James Wrighf.
Second row: Norma Van
Naffa, Neffie Thrasher,
Dainfy Tungafe, Evelyn Waff,
Marilyn Webb, Arzella
Firsf row: Jean Tarr, Frances
Frosf, Beffy Williams, Joan
Van Mafre, Frances Thomp-
son, Joyce Tully, Janef Tee-
Fourfh row: Archie Frosf, Rex
Bailey, Dale Hanning, Dick
Rafclifie, Jim Garvin, Havy
Carender, Kirby Pierce.
Third row: Cicero Mukes, Ed-
ward Collier, Earl Hicks,
Gene Haynes, David Coafes,
Paul Lorfon, Dale Mogle.
Jack lngerman, Gene Hasi-
Second row: Thelma Owens,
Beffy Osflund, Peggy Miles,
Marfha Mafney, Deloris Rey-
nolds, Doris Perdew, Doro-
fhy Moffiff, Rosalind Mc-
Kinsey, June Razor.
Firsf row: Jackie Paul, Grace
McKechnie, Mariorie Ma-
her, Marilyn Payne, Sue
Morris, Jean Meadows, Vi-
vian Prosser, Charmaine
Four'I'h row: Lewis Carnes,
Don Afkinson, David Elwood,
Sfanley Duncan, Jim Ban-
crofi, Paul Amoneff.
Third row: Bob Breckenridge,
Joe Burris, Mor+ Dann, Rob-
erf Bavender, Jack Bailey,
Jim Aikinson, Donald Davis,
Second row: Dona Amme,r-
man, Barbara Cronk, Earline
Caier, Alice Black, Juanifa
Carfer, Joan Andis, Joyce
Crider, Barbara Beall, Paifie
Ellis, Pa? Armsfrong, Phyllis
Firsf row: Frances Lowe, Bar-
bara Young, Delores Royce,
Wanda England, Donna
Brookshire, Norma Fisher,
Wanda Lea Esfes, Rufh El-
len Cline, Jo Ann Crawford,
Luella Crauder, Jane Dill-
Fourih row: Edward Smi+h,
Fred Garnefi, Bud Hiner,
John Fadely, Jack Favors,
Lloyd Sioffer, Mearl Rogers,
Third row: Eugene Malone,
Gilford Roberfs, Bob Apple-
man, Kennefh Jones, Dale
Madison, John Porfer,
Charles Rouse, James Rea-
vis, OHS New.
Second row: Dick Swindell,
Herman S+ewarf, Harold
Maple, Richard Swincher,
Jim Dismore, Carl Shelley,
Fred Rains, Roberf Spen-
cer, Russell Shelfon.
Firsf row: Jean Robinson,
Joycele Scoif, Billie Sparks,
Pai Scoif, Judy Shepherd,
Sarah Sheppard, Joyce
Smi+h, Mary Jane Snedigar,
Gladys Sosby, Lorelei Siin-
Fourfh row: Bill Lawson, Frank
Lawson, Tom Griffifh, Charles
Chance, Bruce De WiH,
George Hagerman, Bob
Harding, Kennefh Beam.
Third row: Scoff Lindlev, Ken-
ney Jarvis, George Gruler,
Bob Johnson, Jack Joyner,
Richard Lockridge, Don By-
ers, Jim Collom.
Second row: Doris Lufher, Le-
la Denny, Barbara Lindley,
Mariorie Lewis, Lois Line-
back, Be'H'y Lewellen, BeHy
Hicks, Mary Lea Hufson,
Joyce Hood, Juani+a Kern,
Judy Hudson, Mary Ann
Firsf row: Mariha Burden,
Joann Gold, Mariorie Brown,
Mildred Halberi, Befiy June
Gregory, Anna Evans, Bar-
bara Evans, Iva Jean Kuhn,
Donna Jenkins, Lou Ann
Kluse, Margaref Franklin,
.M RL '
ff 3 iff 5'
. . . AND RIGI-IT VCU WERE, MR. I-IAYDN,
WEIEN VCU TQLD CGLLIERS MAGAZINE
READERS ABCUT TI-IE "NEW" IN NEW CASTLE
I-IIGI-I SCI-ICDCDL. WE ARE RRQUD OE VCUR
RRAISES AS WE ARE GE CDUR SCHCDQL, ITS STUDENTS AND TEACI-IERS.
Once acquainfed wifh fhese sophomores you wouldn'+ fail fo include fhem when
wrifing abouf New Cas+Ie High School. Why nof? Whaf does fhis class do +ha+'s
ln answer fo 'rhose fwo quesfions we wanf fo say fhaf fhis class has many ouf-
sfanding members in sporfs, music, speech, home economics, business, and shop
lindusfrial arfsl. l+'s frue fhaf fhe class does very liffle foward school life as fo sponsor-
ing school proiecfs, buf have you ever 'fried looking fhrough a felescope whose second
lens is missing? Likewise, wifhouf fhe sophomore year our high school career would
be disforfed. So, you see, fhey are very imporfanf and you mus+n'+ fail +o meef fhem.
They are very proud fo be affending N. H. S. where 'rhe kids come firsf.
Eighfh row: Smifh, Rigney,
Sevenfh row: Sfegner, Lowery,
Sixfh row: Prizeman, Wake.
Fiffh row: Suffon, Spiegel, Wil-
kinson, Williams, Robinson,
Roberfs, Prifcheff, Welsh.
Fourfh row: Clevenger, Shef-
field, Niles, Wrighf, Wa+'f,
Swim, Osborne, Thurman,
Third row: Sfailey, Nichols,
land, Shaffer, Shaul, Olds.
Second row: Smifh, Sears, Van
Boven, Sfegner, Wheeler,
pin, Nichols, Sfockfon,
f- - --- - ..r Thompson.
-'Md ' Firsf row: Wanfz, Sfewarf,
Sfokes, Smifh, Smifh, Surn-
mers, Pafe, Riffer, Wifham,
Smifh, Sfulfs, Shaul, Sprinkle,
Sevenfh row: Maffox, Meek,
Sixfh row: Everman, Edwards,
Davis, Denny. Jones, Elrod.
Fiffh row: Hufson, Hoopin-
garner, King, Hawkins, Greer,
Fourfh row: Lowe, Haynes, Fox,
Gruhlos, Lewis, Lorfon, Gross,
Third row: Gray, Bailey, Buck-
son, Hole, Muncy, Moore.
Second row: Myers, Johnson,
Herman, Jones, Modlin,
Lewis, Mendenhall, Marfin,
Clain, Lacy, McGill, Jeffries.
Irwin, Mendenhall, McGinnis,
McCall, Tidrow, Wilkinson.
' Wakefield, Waffs, Taylor,
Schefgen, Young, Smifh,
Ledgerwood, Waffers, Wil-
Turner, Basseff, Smifh, Rofh'
rock, Wood, Smifh, Sufher-
Wadman, Wiley, Paris, Tur-
ner, Easfham. Lawson, Law-
Firsf row: Reavis, Sfoops. Mc-
Sevenfh row: Tower, Cassady,
Brammer, Carnes, Gordon.
Sixlh row: Hoopingarner
Owens, Cline, Alexander
Fiffh row: Bavender, Robin-
son, Roseberrv, Baldock
Fourfh row: Longworlh
Charles, Barry, Crane, Craig,
Third row: Cox, Couch, Cow-
an, Koger, Lewis, Hill
Second row: Ankrom, Brooks,
Allen, Carler, Carler, Black-
burn, Surlaer, Bono, Franklin,
Firsl' row: Brown, Andis, Broy-
les, Webber, Crablree, Pros-
ser, Beoeman, Harvey, Con-
Sixfh row: Hawkins. Conner,
Wallen, Hall, Davis, Griffin.
Fifih row: Collins, Afkinson,
Rorllein, Hinshaw, Hufford,
Fourlh row: Davis, Cooper,
Archey, Dailey, Hodgin,
Third row: Brown, Weaver,
Franklin, Frazier, Fisher,
Holmes, Paul, Burk, Davis,
Second row: Gray, Groce,
Grimes, Harfer, Daffron,
Dinkins, Franklin, Groqq.
Higgins, Goar, Harvey, Fur-
Firsl row: Harding, De Harl,
Dazey, Harrison, Hinshaw,
Greig, Hoosier, Epperson,
Fears, Dicken, Gorman, Grif-
The lasl group of underclassmen is lhe freshman class. The kids in lhis class really
gel plenly of kicking around. "Greenie" is a lypical name given 'lo all 'Freshmen here
al New Caslle High School as il' is in all schools. We have many pranks which we pull
on fhe freshmen: and no ma'H'er whal' lhey do, +hey are vicfims of some sorl of joke.
During 'lhe freshman year of high school lhe sludenls learn +o gel' along wilh o'l'her
sludenls. Yes, we know +ha+ +hey have been going 'ro schocl wilh olher kids since lhey
were six and seven, bul ius'l'l'l1e same 'ihey have fo learn how +o gel' along in high school
during fheir freshman year.
They have a differenl schedule +o follow from +ha'r which +hey followed in grade
school or junior high. Highlighls are placed on new ilems. Plans are made for an
enlire four-year program. Convocalions are scheduled for lheir en+er+ainmenl' and
educarion, and new emphasis is placed on vocalional lraining, sporls, and exfra cur-
Here are lhe freshmen, all 29l of lhem.
Fourfh row: Kelley Wise,
Donald Jones, David Smilh,
Waller Ray, Joe Lealrey,
Donald Wallace, Charles
Preble, Don Slonerock.
Third row: Bob Van Bebber.
Logan Niles, Fred Van
Hoose, Billy McElhaney,
Glenn Jarvis, Paul Sells,
Richard Pruell, Larry Myer.
Second row: Beverly McGee.
Freda Vaugh, Deloris Kuhn,
lrene Smilh, Laberfa Mae
haffey, Barbara Moyslner,
Rulh Popplewell, Mary Mc-
Laughlin, Virgie Mogg, Bar-
bara Rools, Louise Sharp,
Firsfr row: Marian Waldrop,
Jeannefle Wallen, Judifh
LoviH, Phyllis Upchurch,
Florence Kennedy, Sue Mea-
dows, Barbara Sanders, Mar-
lha Lou Johnson, Cynfhia
Shirk, Joyce Robinson, Don-
na Sowder, Freda Will.
Fourlh row: Junior Clary, Sle-
phen Davis, Eugene Har-
mon, Roger Burke, Richard
Flowers, Henry Hardgrove,
' Mal Edwards, Bobby George.
Third row: Kennefh Lawson,
John Cassidy, Billy Clug-
gish, Jack Cannon, Arlhur
Branham, Delberl Dabney,
Phillip Evans, Harold Han-
Second row: Pearl Cheek.
Doris Devine, Dennis Har-
shey, Geraldine Brown, Mar-
iorie Clevenger, Marilyn
Hale, Pearl Allred, March-
ela Cory, Lola Biflner, Joan
Courlney, Jeannelle Dobbs.
Firsl row: Margarel Brummill,
Doris Davis, Clara Hall, De-
loris Green, Dorolhy Hen-
dricks, Joan Fullon, Marlha
Grayson, Nancy Fisher, Ro-
salyn Fields, Marceline
Burch, Eunice Ann Furbee,
Nina Jane Anderson, Mari-
Sevenih row: L. Taber, C. Mc-
Ginnis, T. Moore, J. McCor
mack, M. Tower, J. Moody
Sixfh row: B. Kirby, J. Wharp
J. DeWiH', M. Wanfz, G.
Downing, J. Sanders, D
Towers, D. Popplewell.
Fiffh row: W. Ballenger, F.
Rogers, K. Basse'H, D. Jor-
dan, R. Pierce, N. Thrasher
J. Phelps, E. Sneed.
Fourfh row: J. Jackson, J. Wy-
mer, L. Poindexler, F. Rob-
erfs, J. Reicharf, D. Scoff,
Third row: J. Vores, S. May- E
nard, D. Clary, M. Warnock
Second row: M. Baumgarfner
M. Lee, M. Purvis, S. Masen-
gale, M. Garrard, K. Mc-
Gaha, F. Coffman, J. Win-
chesfer, J. Denny, P. Lor+on.
Firsf row: B. Morris, N. Carier
J. Hinfon, J. Taylor, L. Rob-
erfs, D. DeWerpe, P. Sum
mers, R. Neal, P. Pahmier, M
Wallace, H. York, M. TuHle
Sixfh row: A. Parrof, R. Shelion
G. Small, J. Logan, D. Baies
N. Davis, T. McFarland.
Fiffh row: K. Ramsey, J. Juday
R. Wilf, J. Shepperd, W
Smifh, B. Jones, L. V. Taylor
Fourfh row: J. Marshall, J
Rains, R. Davis, S. S1'ou+,
Andrews, M. Tapscoff,
Third row: H. Robinson, D
McMillan, C. Maihews, B
Scoff, B. Morrow, D. Samp-
ley, R. Turpin, F. Snapp.
Second row: M. Smifherman
C. Porfer, P. McGaviH, L
McFarland, A. Pfenninger
J. Tinkle, M. Snedigar, P. Pol-
lard, L. Wood, K. Williams
Firsr row: B. MeHer+, H. Park-
er, A. Smi+h, N. Snedigar, N
Thompson, V. Wilson, S. Cliff
M. Rinard, D. Jessup, J
Thompson, B. Orr, V. Collins
Sixih row: W. Kluse, F. Har-
vey, B. Kennedy, G. Hag- Mr'
erfy, L. Ginn, J. Ellis, D
Bailey, B. Franklin.
Fif+h row: D. Ellison, D. Fade-
ly, E. Grey, R. Dungan, E
Land, J. Fennell, B. Jusiice
Fourfh row: R. Goar, C. Frosl'
O. Griflis, C. Jones, R
Hicks, H. Dye, J. Flowers
G. Ivey, H. Dalzell.
Third row: B. Fine, M. Dela-
ware, W. Fannin, W. Hicks
B. Fields, G. Green, B. Cald-
well, J. Lawson, E. Favors.
Second row: G. Hahn, B
Harding, V. Dalfon, E. Ham
lin, M. Hall, R. Harris, B
Gorman, D. Jacobs, W
Halfacre, B. Dobbs.
Firs+ row: W. Dishman, P. Dickey,
L. Lyons, J. Greig, A. Adams
P. Hendricks, D. Fleming, P
Graham, J. Harrison, T. John-
son, R. Hiner, J. Laurie.
Xlish,-M vi, - E ,N ...L .f .
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J m li f"-l "
Fiffh row: Bill Bledsoe, Her-
berl Bunch, Windall Clark,
Fourfh row: Eugene Ballenger,
Calvin Cooper, Jim Crow,
Bob Anlic, David Burke.
Third row: Clelus Berfram,
Richard Ballenger, Curliss
Carnes, Ray Chriswell, Bob
Adkins, Junior Browning,
Carl Burke, Davey Clark.
Second row: Donna Calron,
Marceline Bell, Deloris Bew-
ley, Palsy Clay, Ida Afkin-
son, Dorofhy Cochran, Jac-
queline Campbell, Bonnie
irsl' row: Lola Claborn, Ja-
nice Burlon, Marilyn Arma-
cosl, Margarel Manlle, May-
belle Crumrine, Roberfa
Clark, Pal Cliff, Pal' Bee-
man, Palsy Collins.
Four+h row: Sonny Wallace,
Carl Mahaffey, Jackie Mar-
cum Henry Neal, Ronald
Guffey, Willis Leoman, Rich-
Third row: Fred Touf, Paul
lngerman, Harmon Thrasher,
Tfiorlon Murphey, Maylon
NViIes, Dick Parker, Perry
Lockridge, Richard Nichol-
Second row: Junior Wood,
Bob De Wese, Bill Sfinson,
Jackie Wrighf, Larry Sherry,
Roberl While, Roger Wrighl.
Tirsl row: Ruby Faine, Jane?
Bishop, Hazel Snedigar, Cor-
nelia Van Boven, Roseffa
Reclor, Marilyn Craw, Myra
Niles, Sharon Aaron, Jane
Adams, Bercie Maynard.
Thai musl be a good sfory fhaf Riffer is iellingl
They've go? fhe pep and 'the sfeam-wha? a feaml
If you invesfed 3l'7,, of your +o+aI income af a rafe
of 32, how much inieresf will you collecf wifhin . ,
Oh! fhose dear junior maih iesis.
Open The door, Rich-oops! if's Bill Th
Thank you, Mr. Crew. Now, le+'s see. Turn on fi-ne
igni+ion, push in on fhe clufch, shifi io firsi . . .
I X 1
Mr. Haydn, we menfioned +ha'r Ihe kids always manage 'Io keep plen+y
busy. And in Ihe following secfion of our yearbook we will show you how i'r's
Affer school fhose +ha'I don'+ have iobs go down fo 'rhe drugslore or 'I'he
canI'een fo eal' and falk over Ihe day's mishaps. And wha'I aboul' 'those kids
who do work af+er school? Well, Ihere are always af'I'er working hours, you
During 'Ihe school year +he school pu'I's on several dances each of which
is sponsored by some school club. Some of 'Ihese annual ones are Harvesf
Hop, Snow Ball, Holiday Dance, Hear+'s Hop, Class Day Dance, and we can
never fail 'ro menfion Junior Prom and Commencemenf dances!
As 'For school shows we can chalk up for I946-I947 four band and
orches'I'ra concerfs, Foo+ligh+s of '46, Crescendo Varielies, and several olhers.
During fhe school day we had many in+eres+ing convoca+ions.
These are a few of fhe Ihings we do 'Io keep busy, so leaf Ihrough 'Ihe
nex'I' seciion and you may 'find oul' more.
If you really wan+ +0 ge+ fhe low-down on +he weekly gossip and news of our high
school, jusl' pick up a PHOENIX. In Ihis paper you'll find Ihe Iafesl' in sporls, fashions,
and general news.
This year Ihe PHOENIX s+aff sen'I' represenlalives 'ro 'Ihe Press Convenlion a+
Franklin College. The paper is also a member of Ihe Indiana High School Press
Associalion and The Nalional ScIwoIas+ic Press. Here is Ihe PHOENIX slaff of I'he
3rd row-Scof' Lindley,
Rosalind McKinsey, Mr.
Ben Ervin, faculfy ad-
' 2nd row-Gene Jarvis, John
Whalen, Don Cassady,
Joe Burris, Ralph Clem-
Isl row-Imogene Sparks,
Belly Kennedy, Pal De-
vine, Juanifa Cory, Lois
4+h row-Richard Swincher,
Scofl Lindley, Kennefh
Jones, Mr. Ervin, Earl
Davis, Willard Kennedy,
3rd row-Gene Sheffield,
Frank Lawson, Jean Ann
Howren, Bob Johnson,
2nd row-Rosalind McKin-
sey, Rosemary Judkins,
Mary Rinard, Mary Tam-
bucos, Bonnie Wrighl,
Janel' Teefor, Gene Jar-
Isl row-Marilyn Payne,
Phyllis Bunch, Pal De-
vine, Wanda Esfes, Don-
na Brookshire, Joe Burris.
Business clubs appreciale us, foo, Mr. Haydn. The Alirusa
Club, a local professional women's club, elecfed a group of
six girls fo represeni +he high school af +he meefings. These
girls were chosen on +he basis of personali+y, leadership, and
'lhe voca+ion which rhey plan io follow afier finishing Their
One girl is chosen fo a'H'end each monlh. They afiend
one meefing ai' which +hey are infroduced fo 'fhe members
and aslzed To +ell why +hey have chosen fhe vocafion fhaf
fhey have. The Alfrusa girls 'lor This year are Mary Rinard,
November: Dolores Davis, January: Sally Sau+er, February:
Mary Tambusco, March: Vera Lee Turpin, April: Thelma
The Junior Rofarians are members of The senior class
elecfed by members of The Nafional Honor Sociefy fo affend
The regular weelcly luncheons of The local Roiary Club. The
basis for iheir selecfion is leadership, personaliiy, general
worfhiness, and accomplishmenfs for fhe benefif of +he school.
The senior class presidenf, and male members of The Honor
Sociely are aulomafically members, while The remainder are
The class presidenl aH'ends ihe firsf mon+h. A+ The end
of fhe monfh he iniroduces The nexf Junior Rolarian fo fhe
members of The club. They conlinue in ihis fashion Through
The year. The members and 'fhe monfhs fhey affended are
Tom Cashdollar, Ocfober: Bob Small, November: Jim Sher-
man, December: Mac Parker, January: David Day, February:
Roger Coverf, March: Richard Miles, April: Jaclc Van Hoose,
Lefl io righfz Thelma
Wilson, Dolores Davis,
Mary Tambucos, Vera
Lee Turpin, Mary Rin-
ard, and Sally Sau+er.
Leif fo righi: Jim Sher-
man, Tom Cashdollar,
Bob Small, Mac Parker,
Jack Van Hoose, David
Day, and Richard Miles.
Sealed a+ The desk is
. . AND WE TI-IINK
OUR RRCGRAIVI, ABOUT QUR CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES
TI-IAT GIVE ACQIVIRLETE RICTURE CDF NEW CASTLE I-IIGI-I
Here we are, Mr. Haydn, 'ihe gang fha? slaved nighl' and day-and inciden'l'ally
enioyed i'I', 'foo-+he gals and boys responsible for fhis, +he ROSENNIAL of I947.
We had fun, we admif 'l'ha+, bu+ we learned a greaf deal aboul' puHing ouf an annual.
H"s our sincere wish 'rha+ you enioy reading 'l'his, +he finished produci, as much as we
did making it because, na+urally, we're ra+her proud of our effor+s. You really gel
pepped up over somefhing when il' occupies your sevenfh period every day for a
year as fhe ROSENNIAL has.
Every member of +he s+a'ff-bo'l'h business and edi'rorial-had his hand in on fhis,
our "brain child." Here we are, +alcing our affernoon sies+a on fhe s+airs-in'rro-
4'fh row-Bob Keesling, Bill Don-
nella, Roger Covert Marvin
Gernsiein, David Smifh.
3rd row-Richard Miles, Mark
Ocker, Be++y Riley, Charles Ash-
lon, Marfha Mendenhall.
2nd row-Bill Thompson, Mariorie
Young, Rosemary Judkins,
Isl row-Dolores Davis, Joan De-
vening, Phyllis Sidwell, Joyce
Hendricks. Mary Rinard, Mary
A usual 7'rh period hall scene oufside of room
309-Bob Keesling explains his la+as+ play, as Rog
Coveri, Miss Rifier, Dick Miles, and Cookie Gern-
sfein sland around and look rafher-shall we say-
Somefhing seems fo be terribly wrong-Yhe sun is
s+ill dreaming info +he Rosennial office-and by
ihe smiles of Rosemary Judkins, Mary Rinard, and
Frieda Dickerson-+hey're complefing the las? panel
of +he day. They musi be speed demons.
l?'s hard fo believe fha? fhese fhree grinning fools
could help sleer fha Rosennial fo complefion-bui
they did-and here fhey are-as usual +rudging
fheir weary way io fhe Rosennial office-fhe co-
edifors and fhe business manager-Mari, Dick, and
QT?-. - -,
Mr. Chenowelh, in addilion lo direcling lhe band, is lhe
direclor ol the concerl orcheslra. Their mosl successlul
series ol programs lhis year has been lhe concerl series.
The programs lor lhese vary. The lirsl lealured a piano solo'-
isl:-lhe second, a piano leam: ll-ie lhird, a barilone soloisl:
lhe lourlh, a woodwind quinlel. ln spile ol lhe lacl lhal
lhis is ils lirsl year, lhe concerl series has been successlul.
Our orcheslra is always called upon lo help,wilh dramalics
deparlmenl programs. Being willing lo help, lhe orcheslra
has aided in keeping many an audience inleresled while lhe
scenes are being changed. We lmow, Mr. Haydn, lhal you
would express your approval ol lhe concerl orcheslra.
Violins: Mariorie Lewis, Herberl Lewis, Gail Modlin, Jackie
Greig, Cynlhia Shirk, Rosalyn Fields, Marlha Rinard, Jo
Anne Courlney, Roberl Harris, Beverly Thorne, Lois
Violas: Charles Rouse, Freida Will.
Cellos: Donna Greig, Lois Daley, Lula Reavis, Nancy Fisher,
Waller Kluse, John Van Boven.
B asse s: Jean Meadows, Pal Allen, Sally Cliff, Marilyn Craw.
Piano: Jaclrie Paul.
Flules: Belly McClain, Paul Slearns.
Oboe: Jim Collom.
Clarinels: Dorolhy Higgs, Donna Jacobs, Belly Lindley, Dee
Saxophone: Delores Reynolds.
Bassoon: Mary Van Boven.
Bass Clarinel: Alberl Cashdollar.
Trumpels: Lewis Poindexler, Harold Longworlh, Bob De
Horns: Bob Van Bebber, George Small.
Trombones: Porler Poindexler, J. C. Addison, Charles Rine-
Tuba: Dale Rouse.
Percussion: Jim Ashlon, Ed Marshall, Gene Harding, Joan
Mr. Haydn, we're very proud ol our high school band,
which you didn'l gel lo see. They gave enlerlainmenls al
lhe halves ol our loolball games. Their various lormalions
and excellenl playing, in addilion lo lheir llashy Troian
green and while unilorms, malre a very prelly piclure oul-
lined againsl lhe gridiron. Bul lhal isn'l all. They play al
lhe baslcelball games and help lo lreep up school spiril,
even lhough lhe leam mighl be behind. Many ol our hall-
lime programs would enioy very Ii++Ie success wilhoul lhe
aid ol lhe band, lor during lhe year many ol lhese programs
require music. The band is again called upon lo help and il
slands always ready, always willing lo help. Yes, we believe
we are iuslilied in being proud ol our band.
B Flal Clarinels: Dorolhy Higgs, Mariorie Lewis, Belly Osl-
lund, Bonnie Wrighl, Donna 'Jacobs, Belly Lindley, Jane
Dillman, Dee Ann Jessup, Eldora Anlrrom, Charles Preble,
Jacl: Cannon, Jane Adams, Marilyn Beclzell, Deloris De
Werpe, Marilyn Copeland.
Allo Clarinel: Jean Meadows.
Barilones: Johnnie Black, Charles Rineharl, Don Williamson.
Oboe: Jim Collom.
Saxophones: Delores Reynolds, Jaclc De Will, Billy Cluggish,
Harold Dye, Alberl Cashdollar.
Flules: Paula Slearns, Belly McClain.
Cornels: Lewis Poindexler, Harold Longworlh, Bob De Wese.
Harold Franklin, Rex Bailey, Don Young, Jackie Rilchie,
Horns: John Logan, Gene Worlhinglon, Herberl Lewis.
French Horn: Bobby Tichenor.
Trombones: Porler Poindexler, Don Bailey, Duane Tichenor,
J. C. Addison, Dale Frazier, Don Easlham.
Basses: Charles Rouse, Eugene Bailey, Dale Rouse, Benny
Archey, Jim Milchell.
Bassoon: Mary Van Boven.
Percussion: Gene Jarvis, Jim Ashlon, Bob Roseberry, Junior
Anderson, Joan Milchell.
Our choir, under lhe direclion ol Mr. Small and accom-
panied by Janel Teelor, has laken parl in many programs
lhis year. They have sung al several ol our convocalions.
Our concerl series has been deeply enriched by lheir line
singing. ln December lhe choir presenled lhe music lor lhe
senior vesper service. Al Chrislmas lime lhey made records
which were played over a public address syslem in lhe down-
lown area. They wenl lo Muncie and appeared on a radio
program lhere. So you see, Mr. Haydn, our choir is iusl as
busy as any olher deparlmenl. No wonder we're proud
ol lheml V
Firsl Semesler: Virginia Andrews, Eldora Ankrom, Rose-
mary Bailey, Bellie Buckner, Curlis Carnes, Gene Carnes,
Lewis Carnes, Belly Carler, Palsy Collins, Leon Davis, David
Day, Evelyn Denny, Joan Devening, Nora Dinkins, Helen
Franklin, Barbara Harler, Keilh Hinshaw, Joyce Hood, Kenny
Jones Willard Kennedy, Lou Ann Kluse, Barbara Lindley,
Nancy McGahan, Herberl McWhorler, Slanley Niles, Belly
Payne, Doris Pleasaaxl, Jim Reavis, Belly Riley, Belly Scoll,
Joycele Scoll, Helen Shaller, Gladys Sosby, Norma Slewarl,
Mary Van Boven, Norma Van Nalla, Belly Wanlz, Allon
Walls, Belly Williams, Lewis Diclzens.
Second Semesler: Nina Anderson, George Borllein, Mary
Alice Crandall, Jamie Cunningham, Jim Davis, Slanley Dun-
can, Nancy Epperson, Henriella Goar, Paul Grillin, Belly
Harding, Belly Higgins, Tomasenea Johnson, Dwighl Lawson,
Fred Leavell, Tony Lowery, Rosemary Neal, Charles Owens,
Peggy Paris, Barbara Pale, Doris Poore, Barbara Sears, Bev-
erly Sprinlzle, Joella Slegner, Janel Teelor, Joan Tidrow,
Jack Whilalzer, Lola Billner, Dorolhy Cochran, Miriam Baum-
garlner, Jacqueline George, Joan Thompson, Maybelle Crum-
rine, Sharon Aaron, Jackie Campbell.
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Tai A I1
Wi+h +he ligh+s dimmed, +oi-chy-voiced
Be++y Sampley sings "Coax Me A Li++le
Bi+." Looking a+ +hose gorgeous gals-
we'd like +o know who'd have +o be
"Onward, onward, swords againsf +he
foe"-so sings +he Vagabond King, Jack
Van Hoose, and his loyal followers as
fhey plan +o over+hrow Burgundy.
l+'s raining ca+s and dogs as Peg Ram-
sey, Joan Devening, Phyllis Dal+on, Pa+
Arms+rong, Pa++y Morris, and Bev Cox
huddle under umbrellas +o lis+en +o Pa+
Ellis' singing of "A Garden In The Rain."
One of our very impor+an+ ac+ivi+ies has been dramafics. This
year we pu+ on +he firs+ all-dramafic review en+i+led "The Fooflighfs
of '46." Every member of +he +wo dramafics classes had some par+
in +he show-which mean+ +ha+ 75 people worked and played +o-
gefher. We feel, Mr. Haydn, +ha+ +he friends we made, +he abilify
+o work +oge+her +ha+ was gained during rehearsals, and +he acfual
performance were a vifal par+ of our high school fraining.
Many fypes of music were used in +he seven acfs. A+ +he open-
ing of +he curfains "Candy," wi+h her dancing eyes, s+ar+ed +he audi-
ence off on an evening of en+er+ainmen+. Everyone on s+age sounded
super and looked good enough +o ea+. Do you know, Mr. Haydn,
some folks go+ +o worrying abouf whe+her +hey'd closed +he windows
during +he "Rain" number? I+ was +ha+ realisfic in facf fhey
even sold umbrellas on +he sfage and such lush rain coa+s haven'+
been seen for many a day. "By +he Sea" broughf for+h loud laugh+er
and long low whisfles. Those lovely, lovely gals in +he bafhing beaufy
confesf .. fhose gay ninefies creafures and +he life guards
wheee! ! ! "Carmen" was quife exo+ic-+he audience enioyed
+he cosfuming and solos. Some of +he so-called "fac+ory workers"
mingled wi+h +he audience. The "Varie+ies" confained many popular
songs-such as "Shan+y Town," "Every Day is Ladies Day"-and
more pre++y girls-especially in "lf You Were The Only Girl."
Everyone was dressed in whi+e for +he "Colors" number in which
colored spo+ lighfs were used. Some of +he solos were "Blue Skies,"
"Deep Purple," "Tangerine," and "Black Magic." A+ +he raising of
+he cur+ain disclosing a chapel inferior wi+h several kneeling figures-
+he audience fell silenf. "Ave Maria" wi+h i+s severe simplicify len?
a no+e of reverence +o +he performance.
Wi+h +he ancesfral Chinese porfraifs gazing down on +he smoofh
fap dancing-"China+own" was really a +op-nofch ac+. The audience
was pu+ in +he proper mood by +he rick-shaw procession down +he
cenfer aisle. For +he finale we presenfed "The Vagabond King"-
wi+h mosf of +he cas+ surging for+h from +he rear of +he gym. All +he
banners and forches were really effecfive as +he "scum of Paris"
joined fheir friends on +he sfage.
Rehearsals were always filled wi+h laughfer and general cuffing
up. Then +here was +he +ime +he chairs fell down under +he bleach-
ers-+ha+ fime +he rick-shaw ran in+o a pos+-+he panic on opening
nigh+ when +he sea back-drop flew +o +he ceiling-+he parfy a+
Klo+sch's af+er +he las+ performance, wi+h everyone imi+a+ing every-
one else's acf. All +ha+ food-+he scavenger hunf-rough-housing
in +he barn-playing fackle in +he barn-yard. , We counf +he re-
hearsals, fhe acfual performance, and +he af+er as high-lighfs of our
Confeffi . . . serpenfine . . . a liffle
baby New Year Q2 in facfl . . . Fafher
Time . . . huge champagne glasses wifh
large vari-colored bubbles lon fhe wall
-of coursel . . . hundreds of liffle pink
elephanfs along wifh misflefoe composed
fhe gay and fesfive afmosphere of fhe
Holiday Dance . . . everyone furned ouf
-dressed in his besf.
We musf have won fhe game fhaf fhis
mixer followed 'cause look af 'fhe big,
happy crowd . . . if musf be a fasf
number because iusf a few are dancing.
The Harvesf Hop . . . everyone has on
his besf "bib and fucker" . . . fhe music
was mellow . . . everyone had a simply
wonderful fime . . . we'll always remem-
ber fhe firsf gala dance of fhe year . . .
some of fhe freshmen had fheir firsf
chance fo go fo a big dance.
Whaf do all N. H. S. sfudenfs look forward fo? You guessed if,
Mr. Haydn, if's fhe dances! ! Affer every home baskefball game
some club sponsors a mixer fo which everyone is invifed, including
fhose from fhe visifing school. Usually a school band or orchesfra
plays and everyone has a super fime. l+'s fhe place fo see all fhe
gang-gef fo dance wifh fhe cufe liH'le bruneffe you've seen in fhe
halls-or falk fo fhaf super lefferman who made fhe winning baskef.
Some club dances are annual affairs. The SunShine Snow Ball is
always a winfer wonderland wifh enough Chrisfmas frees around fo
remind you of a foresf. This year Sanfa Claus crowned Peggy Ram-
sey as Snow Queen. Anofher evenf we look forward fo is fhe Phoenix
sfaff dance affer fhe secfional fourney. This year fhey called if fhe
In fhe fall we're all a-fluffer abouf fhe annual Harvesf Hop, 'lhe
dance puf on by fhe Hi-Y. Virginia Wrighf was crowned queen 'fhis
year, and she and her dafe, Bud Klofsch, led fhe grand march.
During fhe Chrisfmas vacafion fhe Hi-Y and Fi Del hold fheir Holiday
Dance, a very fesfive occasion. This fime fhe baby New Year was
Every girl has her chance in February. Some schools have a
Sadie Hawkins day-buf fhe Fi Del has fhe Hearfs Hop. Every girl
asks her dream man fo go dancing, and everyone has his besf foof
forward. This year Beffy Lindley and John Whalen were crowned
Queen and King of Hearfs and fhey led fhe grand march. Teeny
Swain's music was really somefhing fo dream abouf. And fhaf
gym-wifh sfreamers making an aisle fo walk fhrough-hearfs and
cupids all over-fables around fhe floor-if cerfainly didn"i look
lilce our liffle old gym.
The iuniors had fheir day, foo. Yes, Mr. Haydn, fhey enfer-
fained fhe seniors af fhe Junior Prom, one of fhe mosf lavish affairs
given during fhe school year. Prom always has superb enferfainmenf,
wonderful cosfumes-and an air of gaiefy always seems fo be around
when fhe iuniors say farewell, geffing ready fo fill fhe saddles of fhe
And fhen-fhere's fhe long, long-awaifed occasion, filled wifh
fears and laughfer-somefhing fo be long remembered-The
Commencemenf Dance, our Commencemenf, fhe lasf fime we gef fo
dance in our gym while we're s+iII in high school.
Oh, yes, Mr. Haydn, we consider all of our dances a very, very
vifal parf of our school acfivifies. We'll remember fhem long affer
we lay away our childish dreams, and fake our righfful place in fhese
fimes of a changing world.
The music is soi+ or fasl-according +o who pu? 'Phe nickel
in. The "bar" a+ fhe canleen is always busily supplying s+u-
denls wi+h soil' drinks, candy, and pop-corn-fhe checker
boards are in conslanl use-as are +he ping-pong fables in fhe
basemenl'-lhe dance floor is crowded wi+h +he high school
gang. You can find all ihis and more, loo-a+ 'the "Troian
Trading Posl"'-fhe local canfeen localed af fhe Y. M. C. A.
Yes, Mr. Haydn, lhis is our hang-oul-+he place +o congre-
gale aiier school-lhe spo+ +o meel 'rhe gang-lis+en +o music
from fhe iuke box-sludy a liHle and have a good lime in gen-
Early in I943 +he fownspeople began 'io realize +ha+ 'I'heir
kids needed a place 'ro knock around in-a place where 'ihey
needn'+ worry aboul' breaking bric-a-brac, scra+ching up 'lhe
floor, or ruining fhe rug by dancing or spilling cokes on i+.
Wi+h a li'r+le remodeling a porfion of +he main floor of 'lhe "Y"
proved 'ro be fhe perfecf spo+. The siudenls have proved +ha'l',
wi+h fhe assisfance of Mr. C. A. Wi++enbraker and Mr. Maurice
Parsons, 'I'he can+een is a grea+ success.
I+'s +he regular hang-oul' of +he high school crowd-af'I'er
ball games-club meefings-a place +o meef before and af'I'er
+he show. You can ca'I'ch up on your lalesl' mafh assignmenf-
or iusl' lislen +o fhe la+es+ gossip. Some fowns have ye+ fo gel'
'lheir can'I'een. We're cer+ainly very proud and happy +o have
ours-and do we use if? Well-lhe chairs and 'fables are
usually crowded wi+h people-and lhere are even kids si++ing
on +he radialors and leaning on lhe iuke box.
Come back again, Mr. Haydn, and see how our gang
fhrives al fhe canleen. You can always find someone +here.
l+'s fhe one place you're bound 'ro meef all of your old friends,
and ge+ +o know some of ihe o+her kids much beHer.
Cookie pufs a nickel in 'l'he
iuke box while onlookers
gaze in amazemeni.
Devening in one of her
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Sl y momenis.
Peg and Jamie, Mari and
Mac, Cookie and Margie.
and ofhers "hip ihe lighf
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NVhcn.ci!izc-ms nf this Indiana town decided
to put the-ir schools in order, they learned
lllc power of conccrtud community action.
Here is a plan wllicll any town Can follow.
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YOU MISSED MANY POINTS ABOUT OUR PEOPLE AND
ABOUT OUR BIO EVENTS AND LITTLE EVENTS .POINTS
SCI-IOOI. IN 1947. SO, WITI-I WORDS AND PICTURES
,T ' u ,s
"AHen+ion all club members: There will be an imporianl' meeiing in
room " Remember hearing someihing like +ha+ 'rhe +hircl period? The
P. A. syslem keeps all club members well informed as 'fo wha+ goes on and when.
We have approximaiely fiffeen clubs here a+ New Cas+le High School.
Plen'l'y of varie'l'y, foo. For example? Well, l'he scieniisls have ihe Science
Sociefyg fhe musicians have +he Crescendo Club: +he poliricians have 'ihe
Sfudenfs Council: French s'ruden+s have French Club, and +he Laiin s+uden+s
have Lafin Club. "S+ill o'rhers7" you ask, Mr. Haydn? Yes. There's 'rhe
Naiional Honor Socieiy for 'l'he "brains", +he Machinisis' Club for fhe
machinis+sg Girls' A+hle+ic Associaiion for +he a+hle+ic-minded girls, +he
F. H. A. for +he 'fuiure homemakers of America, ihe F. F. A. for 'lhe fuiure
farmers of America: and lhe Tri-Ra+io, Tri Beia Del'l'a, SunShine Sociefy, Fi Del,
Hi-Y, and Ques+or's Hi-y for all +he socialiiesl
Enough you say? You bef, and we have loads of fun gefling experience
al' leadership, service, and lahemll parliameniary exercise.
fill-all' .N1',1'lvx'-.fi'Z'V 1
Third row: Mr. Caslor, T. Cash-
clollar, K. Dillon. G. Small
J. Grose, B. Breckenridge
Second row: P. Summers, J
Harvey, J. Devening, J. Kern
M. Young, M. Payne, M
Webb, K. Williams, S. Sloul
Firs+ row: B. Hawkins, P. Lor-
fon, K. Hinshaw, B. Palm-
blade, J. McCormack.
F. H. A.
Fourlh row: E. Ankrom, J
Smiih, B. Whifion, Miss Jan-
ney. E. Walker.
Third row: Miss Roney, J
Vores, Y. Thompson, G
Green, D. Cochran, P. Gra-
ham, N. Carler, W. Half-
Second row: J. Robinson, D
Fleming, F. Bono, P. Vores
N. Furbee, V. Nichols, B
Wiley, M. Armacosf.
Firsl row: N. Smilh, B. Hicks
D. Poore, B. Brooks, B. Hig-
gins, J. Shaul, N. Thompson
Third row: Mr. Kinder, J. Fa-
vors, J. Wrighl, B. Brecken-
ridge, E. Chasfain, G. Ar-
chey, D. Coales, R. Shellon
F. Garnell, C. Thompson.
Second row: D. Judkins, A
Frosl, P. Amoneif, K. Dillon
K. Carfer, R. Swindell, Ei
Klolsch, E. Clevenger.
Firsl row: R. Elkins, J. G
Shoopman, R. Whilion, T
Cashdollar, J. Kinsinger, B
Coleman, C. Caldwell.
Sevenih row: W. Kennedy, D
Bales, R. Spencer, M. Gerni
siein, J. Charles.
Sixih row: R. Teager, H. Lew-
is, D. Hole, C. Ashlon, B.
Niles, A. Yergin, C. Rouse
G. Hagerman, G. Crane, Ji
Reavis, B. Keesling, D. Cas-
sady, B. Prilchefl.
Fiffh row: Miss Hodson, D
Greig, J. Crider, B. Beall
s. saver, s. s+ou+. J. Pauli
D. Reynolds, M. Lewis, D.
Fourfh row: D. Cowan, M.
Tapscoil, E. Walker, G. lr-
vin, D. Clary, P. Harry, B.
Third row: E. Sfokes, L. Dazey,
N. Begeman, J. Meadows
B. Jones, P. Miles, L. Harri:
son, N. Smilh, D. Mofiili,
J. Dillrnan, C. Pale.
Second row: N. Slewarf, J. A.
Johnson, B. Griffin, W. Gor-
man, P. Vores, F. Dickerson,
J. A. Howren, E. Cafron, H.
Lee, B. J. Sparks, D. Davis,
B. Harding, B. Cox.
Firsf row: M. Niles, N. McGa-
han, L. Sloons, J. Teelor, M.
Payne, M. Webb, B. Mc-
Clain, L. Maple, D. Lulher,
R. Harris, M. S. Hunniculfl.
Wifh Mr. E. S. Casfor as ifs sponsor, fhe Sfudenf
Council has collecfed passes af convocafions, ap-
poinfed Hall Pafrol Monifors, and worked on a
beffer plan fo purchase baskefball fickefs. Anofher
imporfanf acfivify on fhe council's calendar is fhe
Class Day Dance, which is given each year. The
members have been making plans so fhaf N. H. S.
may have a block cheering secfion nexf year. The
officers were Joan Devening, presidenfg Marjorie
Young, vice presidenfg Jeanne Harvey, secrefary:
Tom Cashdollar, freasurer.
F. H. A.
Fufure Homemakers of America is open fo any
girl in high school who has had homemaking in
iunior or senior high.
The main purpose of fhe local chapfer is fo pro-
mofe an appreciafion of fhe joys and safisfacfions
of homemaking and fo work for a good home and
family life for all.
The girls senf giffs fo needy families all over fhe
world and kniffed squares and shoes for fhe Red
The officers were Eldora Ankrom, presidenfg
Eileen Walker, vice presidenf: Farel Bono, secrefaryg
Peggy Graham, freasurer: Beffy Higgins, hisforiang
Beffy Whiffon, parliamenfariang Miss Roney and
Miss Janney are club sponsors.
Any boy who is faking machine shop work in
high school is aufomafically a member of Machin-
isfs' Club. This club meefs once a week af fhe
K. of P. Hall, under fhe sponsorship of Mr. C. S.
During fhe year fhis club sponsored a dance affer
one of fhe baskefball games. An annual picnic and
a rabbif supper for fafhers and sons were held.
The members elecfed fhe following officers for fhis
year: Tom Cashdollar, presidenfg Richard Whiffon,
vice presidenfg John Kinsinger, freasurerg Basil Cole-
man, social chairman.
Lafin Club, under fhe sponsorship of Miss Mable
Hodson, is open fo any sfudenf in N. H. S. One
of fhe high lighfs of fhe club was an imaginary frip
fo fhe Delphic Oracle. To his joy or fo his sorrow
everyone received an answer in rhyme, in words of
fhe priesfesses inspired by fhe god, Apollo. A re-
cepfion for beginning Lafin sfuclenfs was held in
order fo gel' acquainfed. Climaxing fhe year, fhe
club held ifs annual Roman Banquef.
The officers were Marilyn Payne, presidenfg
Richard Teager, vice presidenfg Janef Teefor, sec-
refaryg Charles Ashfon, freasurer.
Members of fhe Fufure Homemakers Club are fall:-
The young Caesars and Lucrefias are having a recepfion af fhe Y fo enferfain ing abouf Old Sainf Nick af a parfy where 'they
fhe new members of fhe Lafin Club.
Fiffh row: Bob Brammer,
Jimmy Brown, Don Young.
Bill Kennedy, Don Bafes,
John Logan, George Small,
Charles McGinnis, Sfanley
Four+h row: Gene Sheffield,
Jim Ashfon, Harold Long-
wor'rh, Bud Hawkins, Donald
Cassady, George Borilein,
Jerry Charles, Eugene Bal-
Third row: Joe Carier, Her-
berf Lewis, Fred Harvey,
Jim McCormack, Tom Moore,
Glen Crane, Jack Grose, Jim
Second row: Eugene Craig,
Keifh Hodgin, Kei'rh Hin-
shaw, Jim Crow, Bill Palm-
blade, Bob Pri+cheH, Dick
Bavender, Gene Downey.
Firs+ row: Merrill Wanfz,
Charles Grubbs, Walfer
Kluse, Harold Dye, Bob
Jones, Bob Lee, Donald
Jordan, Fred Leavell.
F. F. A.
Third row: Mr. Painier, Henry
Lorion, Bernard Ashley, Tom
Moore, Dale Hanning, Bud
Hiner, Curfis Yeager, Roberf
Hedrick, Peie Scheigen, Dal-
ion Conner, Bill Hill.
Second row: Tom McFarland,
Joe Daffron, Delano Afkin-
son, Louis Hall, Bill Sanders,
Dale Fadely, Jack Wymer,
Jim Reno, Charles Wallace,
Firsf row: Roberi Williams,
Dale Bond, Merrill Wanh,
Dick Bavender, Paul Lorfon,
Charles Niles, Sandy Barry,
Stanley Rasner, Bob Archey,
Fif+h row: Rex Bailey, Jim
Garvin, Charles Ashion, Mac
Parker, Roger Coverf, John
Whalen, Jim Burns, Clarence
Caldwell, Gene Carfwrighi.
Fourih row: Roberl' Bavender,
Gene Frazier, Bill Greer,
ScoH Lindley, Joe Burris,
Keifh Davis, Howard Joyner.
Third row: Bob Small, Havy
Carender, Jack Joyner, Ro-
berf Spencer, Sfanley Dun-
can, Sandy Barry, Earl Hicks.
Second row: Kenneih Carfer,
Mark Ocker, Marvin Gern-
siein, Bob Keesling, Ralph
Clemons, James Cunning-
ham, Ernesf Kloisch, Bob
Firsi row: Mr. Reed, Don Poer,
Jim Sherman. Darrell Jud-
kins, Tom Grooms, Gene
Worfhingfon, Gene Hasi-
ings, David Day, David Smith,
Richard Miles, John Riggs,
Jack Van Hoose.
Any freshman or sophomore boy is eligible +o be-
come a member of Quesfers' Hi-Y. This group of
boys are +he younger Hi-Y's. During ihe holidays,
'Phe boys, accompanied by +heir sponsors, Mark Clay
and Howard McKnigh+, 'look Chrisimas 1'rea+s 'ro +he
Coun'l'y Farm and made disiriburions io all. During
March +hey sponsored +heir annual school dance, The
Shamrock Swing. These were 'rhe main ac+ivi+ies.
The officers for fhe year were Charles Grubbs,
presidenig Larry Barry, vice presidenrg Keiih Hin-
shaw, secrefaryg Keiih Hodgin, ireasurer.
F. F. A.
Any boy who is faking an agriculiural course is
aufomaiically a member of The Fuiure Farmers of
America. This organizaiion is one of ihe newesl' in
fhe school. During fhe year ouiside of regular
meeiings fhis club sponsored a dance, which is pic-
fured below, and held a par'I'y for +he members.
Mr. Painier, one of New Cas+le's new ieachers, is
ihe sponsor of 'lhe club. The officers for 'I'he year
have been Jim Reno, president Jim Scheigen, vice
presidenfg John Barry, secreiaryg Bob Archey,
The Hi-Y Club is open ro any iunior or senior
boy who is willing io aHemp+ work on a given
project If +his proiecf has been accep+ed, he may
become a permanenf member.
Along wi+h +heir annual Harvesi Hop, Hi-Y also
sponsors oiher ou'l's+anding even'rs such as 'Phe Hi-Y
hayride, piciured below: Holiday Dance, Farher and
Son Banquei, and Besi' Girl Banquef.
The sponsor is Mr. Francis Reed. The officers
were Bob Small, presidenig Jack Van Hoose, vice
president David Smiih, secrefaryg Jim Sherman,
A new organizaiion in New Casrle High School,
which is nor picfured, is +he DraHing Club. This
club is under ihe sponsorship of Mr. James S. Anliei-
ner. Membership fo fhis club is limiied. To become
a member, one musf be a drawing sfudenf. The
boys work on various problems such as designing and
drawing proiecfs. This club mee'I's once every ofher
week and is a non-social organiza'l'ion.
The officers for +he year were Keifh Davis, presi-
denig Carl Shelley, vice president Charles Riley,
chaplain, John Riggs, secrefaryg Bob Elkins, 'l'reas-
The Hi-Y formal inifiafion services-some oi fhe pledges down on 'lheir knees af fhe command of
'Their superiors--al' fhe annual Hi-Y hayride ihe pledges rode on fhe sideless wagons-Bob Small
crowns Virginia Wright queen of 'fhe Hi-Y Harvesi' Hop-Dave and Marge a+ one of fhe affer-
i 2 Wg. li..
Slanding: Marlha Menden-
hall, Phyllis Sidwell, Doris
Pleasanl, Miss Ralclifle,
Roberl Small, Joan Deven-
ing, Richard Miles.
Firsl row: Dolores Davis, Jaclx
Van Hoose, Roger Cover+.
Third row: Dick Whalen, Rob-
erl Davis, Dick Horseman,
Jim Dailey, George Borllein,
Second row: Doris Perdew,
Mary Van Boven, Mariorie
Brown, Jean Beclrelf, Lou
Ann Klus, Charlene Pale,
Firsl row: Doyle Sullon, El-
mer New, Larry Sherry,
Don Scoll, Jim Sanders, Eu-
gene Wallers, Richard
Fifth row: Mrs, Harlzell Bob-
belle Carroll, Mary Rinard,
Fourlh row: Judy Hudson Bar-
bara Beall, Joyce Crider,
Gwendolyn Fellers, Pal Mor-
ris, Pally Ellis Mariorie
lewis Jaclcie Paul, Luella
Crauder, Arzella Thompson.
Third row: Marilyn Webb,
Juanila Kern, Mary Ann
Foysl, Marilyn Payne, Phyl-
Second row: Dorolhy Hiqgs,
Bonnie Wrighl, Phyllis Dal-
lon lmoqene Sparlzs, Bever-
ly Cox, Dorolhy Raines Lois
Burnelle, Mary Sue Hunni-
cull, Beverly Winning.
Firsl row: Marlha Mendenhall,
Joan Devening, Joyce Hen-
driclrs, Peggy Ramsey, Mar-
iorie Young, Dolores Davis,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Probably fhe mosf exclusive organizafion in our
school is fhe Nafional Honor Sociefy, which consisfs
of iuniors and seniors who are chosen by fhe faculfy.
The choice is based on leadership, scholarship, char-
acfer, and service. Fiffeen per cenf of fhe senior
class and five per cenf of fhe junior class are eligible.
Among fheir acfivifies are faking care of fhe honor
roll and ushering af fhe convocafions. This year
fhey have faken on a new dufy, ushering af fhe music
deparfmenf concerfs. The officers for fhe firsf
semesfer were Jack Van I-loose, presidenfg Dolores
Davis, vice presidenfg Joan Devening, secrefaryg
Bob Small, freasurerg Miss Rafcliffe, sponsor. Second
semesfer fhe following officers were elecfed: Richard
Miles, presidenfg Marfha Mendenhall, vice presi-
denfg Doris Pleasanf, secrefaryg Phyllis Sidwell, freas-
A new club in school fhis year is fhe La Sociefe
Francaise, ofherwise known fo mosf of us as fhe
French Club. Wifh Mr. Alvin Lake as sponsor, fhe
members have fried fo spread fhe French language
in our school and cify.
The formal banquef, picfured below, and a dance
affer one of fhe baskefball games were fhe main
acfivifies of fhis organizafion.
The officers were Richard Miles, presidenfg Jim
Dailey, vice presidenfg Phyllis Sidwell, secrefary:
Mary Van Boven, freasurer.
The Fi Del Club was formerly a closed club under
fhe name of Tri-Hi. During fhe school year if was
changed fo an open club wifh fhe new name of Fi
Del. The girls mef every flwo weeks fo discuss and
carry ouf fheir program, which included Holiday
Dance, Tri-Hi Reunion, pifch-in supper, and fhe
annual Hearfs Hop. These are only parf of fhe
fhings fhaf Fi Del was responsible for having.
Among fheir ofher imporfanf acfivifies were sell-
ing refreshmenfs af each baskefball game, selling
Tuberculosis seals af Chrisfmas, and passing blankefs
during fhe half of fhe baskefball games in order fo
help wifh fhe March of Dimes collecfion.
This year's officers were Joan Devening, presi-
denfg Imogene Sparks, vice presidenfg Beverly Cox,
secrefaryg Marfha Mendenhall, freasurer: and Mrs.
Wilma Harfzell, sponsor.
The Honor Sociefy in a formal mood, ushering af one of fhe concerfs-fhe same gang working on
fhe scrap book fhey keep of school acfivifies-Fi Dels selling T. B. seals af fhe posf office-
French club members af fheir banquef.
H E E iff
Fourfh row: D. Cowan, L. Da-
zey, L. Denny, B. Lindley, B.
Lindley, L. Crauder, F. Bono,
I. Ailuinson, E. Ankrom, M.
Craw, B. Higgins, D. Greig,
B. Griffin, R. Turpin.
Third row: A. Hudson, B.
Brooks, S. Aaron, D. Jessup,
B. Jones, D. Dann, J. Har-
vey, M. Crumrine, J. Adams,
A. Adams, N. Herman, V.
Wheeler, J. Wadman.
Second row: M. Crandall, D.
Lufher, E. Denny, R. Harris,
M. Hall, S. Clif+, B. Hard-
ing, M. Garrard, H. Lee, V.
Andrews, J. Carfer, P. Pah-
mier, A. Smifh.
Firsl' row: N. Harding, E.
Blackburn, B. Andis, P. Col-
lins, N. Begeman, J. Greig,
P. CIif+, M. Hunnicufi, G.
Fellers, J. Crider, L. Klus.
Four'fh row: E. Willcinson, J.
Devening, P. Ramsey, B.
Beall, M. Payne, M. Men-
denhall, L. Harrison, J. John-
son, M. Foysf, J. Teefor, M.
Rinard, M. Niles, S. Shaul.
Third row: L. McFarland, P.
Pollard, M. TapscoH', S.
S+ou'r, J. Razor, J. Tinlxle, A.
Pfenninger, J. Shaul, M.
Tambucos, B. Payne, J. Van
Malre, N. Smifh.
Second row: M. Todd, J.
Thompson, R. Neal, K. Wil-
liams, D. Perdew: P. Sum-
mers, M. Webb, J. Mea-
dows, W. Mendenhall, J.
Moody, T. Mendenhall, B.
Firsl' row: M. Turpin. N. Mc-
Gahan, E. Sfolzes, N. S+ew-
ar+ L. Reavis L. Sfoops, J.
Tidrow B Rifier, .l. Surn-
mers, B. Pale, C. Neff, C.
Mafhews, B. Wanlz.
G. A. A.
T Third row: P. Grimes, P. Al-
len D DeWeroe, M. Rinard,
P. Cliff, R. Hiner, R. Faine,
Miss Andrews. D. Fleming.
D. Poore, Miss Rapp, J.
Hinion, R Dobbs. N. Hard-
ing G. McKechnie, S. Sau-
fer, B. Harfer.
Second row: J. Moodv B.
Baker, B. Zacharv. E. Hollo-
way C. Rifner P. Scoff, P.
Lorfon, L. Lineback, D.
Cochran, W. Halfacre. G.
Green, J. Shepherd. B. Swei-
gari, R. McKinsey, E. Smifh,
Firsi row: l. Ailrinson, R. Har-
ris, E. Hamlin, P.'Pahmier,
B. Fields, B. Wiley, M. Fine.
The SunShine Sociely, having nearly one hundred
members, is Ihe Iargesl organizalion in our school.
This club is open 'Io all girls in high school. In order
Io become a member you musl earn a number of
poin'I's made by giving service in cerI'ain suggesled
ways. Under 'I'he sponsorship of Mrs. Fylious Fisher
fhis group of girls has done many Ihings for Ihe
good of Iheir school and communily.
A'I' Thanksgiving I'he girls 'Fixed 'fruil pIaI'es lor 'Ihe
sick and shu+-ins. A+ Chris+mas 'rime Ihey gave
baskels 'Io Ihe needy. As a social ac'Iivi+y Ihey
sponsored one of 'lhe oulslanding evenls of +he
year-I'ha+ all-impor+an'I dance, The Snow Ball.
Piclured below is a scene from 'Ihe dance showing
Peggy Ramsey, who was elecled Snow Queen. Each
year in +he spring fhis club collecls money for 'I'he
Riley Fund, which is used al James Whi+comb Riley
Hospilal in Indianapolis, Indiana. A+ Easier, I'he
girls conducl' a sunrise service for 'Ihe facully and
sI'uden'I's, and serve breakfas+ +o I'he gues'I's following
The officers were Marlha Mendenhall, presidenlg
The SunShine Sociefy performs one of ifs Peg Ramsey reigns over
eeds al a baskefball game when Ihe "The Snow Ball," spon-
Linda Harrison, vice-presidenlg Marilyn Payne, re-
cording secrelaryp Joan Devening, corresponding
secrelaryg Mary Ann Foysl, Ireasurer.
G. A. A.
AI' Ihe Armory every Thursday alifernoon a+ 3:30
p. m. you'II find a group of girls playing soccer,
volley ball, baskelball, baseball, and nearly every
alhlelic game you could +hink of.
The purpose of 'Ihe league is 'ro slimulale inleresls
in girls' a+hIe'Iics and Io slandardize and promole
ideals of heallh and sporlsmanship. By playing each
Thursday Ihe girls gain skill in all sporls.
Under 'rhe sponsorship of Miss Rulh Andrews and
Miss Suzanne Rapp 'rhe members of +he Girls'
Alhlelic Associalion sold pennan+s, sponsored a
dance eller one of 'fhe baskelball games, sold green
and while Trojan haI's, and played soccer al Ihe hall
ol' I'l1e Burris-New Caslle Ioaskelrball game. Piclured
below is a scene from I'he soccer game.
The officers for I'he year were Cecilia Rilner,
president Phyllis Sidwell, vice-president Ruby
Dobbs, secrelaryg and Judilh Shepherd, Ireasurer.
members fake a colleclion for lhe Infan- sored by 'rhe SunShine The G. A. A. girls enlerlain belween halves af one of Ihe
'lile Paralysis Fund. group.
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THIS IS UUH STUHY
...THE BEHIND THE
SCENES STORY, IF YOU
RLEASE,OF OUR EDUCATIONAL ADVENTURINC3 IN FORTY-SEVEN WITHOUT
THRILLS AND FRIENDS, THAT MADE OUR YEAR SO WORTH RECORDING
Fourfh row: Miss Shelley, J.
Hood, D. Moffiif.
Third row: M. Brown, J. Tarr,
V. Turpin, S. Sauier, V.
Second row: L. Lineback, B.
Hicks, J. Shepherd, R.
Dobbs, M. Hufson.
Firsf row: P. Scoff, T. Wilson,
H. Mariin, J. Robinson, E.
TRI BETA DELTA
Fourfh row: M. Holfzel, J.
Smiih, B. Whiffon, J. Cory.
Third row: R. Cooney, Miss
Rupley, E. Tufforrow, M.
Cooney, C. Murray, J. Rees,
Second row: M. SuHon, G.
Jarvis, F. Dickerson, H.
Bush, T. Upchurch, W. Rob-
inson, B. Kennedy.
Firsf row: V. Thompson, B.
Dabney, B. Sufherland, E.
Scoff, D. Burris, P. Brewer,
Fiffh row: M. Mendenhall, J.
Whalen, M. Gernsfein, R.
Small, M. Niles, Mr. Hod-
son, Mr. Bronson.
Fourlh row: R. Teager, J. Van
Mafre, D. Smifh, B. Niles,
L, Dazey, B. Cox, R. Judkins.
Third row: R. Wilt, E. Arnold,
J. Riggs, R. Dobbs, R, Har-
ris, N. Sfewarl, S. Saufer,
B. Buckner, R. Bailey.
Second row: T. Grooms, D.
Day, B. Keesling, B. Thomas,
J. Bancroff, J. Tidrow, T.
Wilson, H. Dye, B. Harding,
M. Rinard, P. Sidwell.
Firsf Row: R. Coverf, R. Clem-
ons, G. Worfhingfon, J.
Sherman, A. Yergin, T. Wilt,
M. Hunnicuff, L. Burneffo,
P. Beeman, D. Raines, M.
Any junior or senior girl in N. H. S. is eligible lo
become a member ol Alpha Tri-Ralio. Lilce Tri Bela
Della, lhis club is also a branch ol lhe slale Tri-Hi-Y
organizalion. In addilion lo regular meelings, one
of which is piclured below, lhe girls gave a Molher
and Daughler banquel, and in lhe spring gave a lea
lor lheir molhers. They also sponsored a dance
during lhe year. This club conlribuled lo lhe March
The ollicers lor lhe year were Virginia Wrighl,
presidenlg Helen Marlin, vice-presidenl: Thelma
Wilson, secrelary: Ruby Dobbs, lreasurer. The
sponsor is Miss Marlha Shelley.
TRI BETA DELTA
A comparalively new club in lhis high school is
lhe Tri Bela Della, which was organized in I945.
So many girls aslred lo ioin lhe Tri-Ralio chapler
lhal il soon became necessary lo form lwo groups.
Since lhis was againsl lhe club's conslilulion, il was
decided lo malce lwo separale clubs. The second
became Tri Bela Della. Bolh clubs are branches ol
lhe Slale Tri-Hi-Y organizalion.
During lhe year lhe girls held a lormal inilialion
which is piclured below and also sponsored a dance
aller one ol lhe baslxelball games.
The ollicers lor lhe year were Thelma Upchurch,
presidenlg Margarel Sullon, vice-presidenlg Virginia
Thompson, secrelaryg Phyllis Popeioy, lreasurer, and
Miss Helen Rupley, sponsor.
Science Sociely is lhe oldesl organizalion in New
Caslle High School. lls purpose is lo "delve lurlher
inlo lhe phenomena ol science." An organizalion
such as lhis lends lo inlroduce science lo more and
more sludenls. Any sludenl in high school may be-
come a member ol Science Sociely if he is inleresled
in science. As in previous years lhis club has man-
aged lo have some very inleresling programs during
lhe year. This year some programs which proved
lo be oulslanding were one in which a magician was
presenl and a liquid air demonslralion.
The ollicers lor lhe year were Alan Yergin, presi-
denl: Bob Thomas, vice-presidenlq Sally Sauler,
secrelaryg Jim Bancroll, lreasurer. The sponsor is
Mr. George Bronson.
The girls ol Tri Bela Della are dressed in lormals lo iniliale The Alpha Tri-Ralio members are holding one ol lheir regular
lheir new members al a dinner al lhe Y.
meelings in lhe canleen.
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Who are fhose guys fhaf are wearing fhose green sweafers wifh fhe big
whife "N" across fhe fron+'? You guessed if! They are fhe guys who have
played in one of fhe many fields of sporfs offered af New Casfle High School.
They are fhe ones we sif fhrough rain and shine fo see carry a foofball across
fhe goal, fhe ones whom we cheer on fo malce anofher baslcef, fo run a liffle
harder, fo pifch or baf fhaf baseball a liffle beffer fhan fhe ofher feam.
Buf, Mr. Haydn, when you visifed our school, you didn'+ wifness one of
our sporfing evenfs. You didn'+ see fhe Trojans work affer school in order fo
play a conference foe. You didn'+ see our afhlefes sfay home from dances and
refuse chocolafe candy bars in order fo be in beffer physical condifion when
fhey played Muncie Cenfral or any ofher feam fhaf challenged fhem.
So, Mr. Haydn, as you leaf fhrough fhe sporfs secfion of our book, you
can see for yourself fhe Trudgers in acfion and in play. And you can see
why our school is rafed among fhe besf when if comes 'io sporfs. We lcnow
fhaf as you read fhese pages, you will admif fhaf N. H. S. has many fine
afhlefes, and whefher our win and loss record is good or bad, fhaf you will
agree wifh us fhaf fhe following quofafion is frue:
"When fhe one greaf score is marked againsf your name,
He cares nof if you won or losf, buf how you played fhe game."
A CLOSE-UP OF THE COACHES
Lefl fo Righf: Langan Hay, John Janzaruk, and William Malcowsky.
lfe Casile Seymour
Ne Caslle Richmond
Ne Casfle Rushville
Ne Casfle Marion
Ne Caslle Gersfmeyer
Ne Casile Andersof
He Casfle Shorfridge
lle Casfle Muncie
Behind each 'ream is fhe coaching sfaff and here are Langan Hay, John Janzaruk,
and Bill Malcowsky, who are +he fooiball menfors for +he Green. Langan was +he assis'r-
an'r coach and ins+ruc+ed 'rhe iunior varsily who were credi+ed wi'rh several viciories.
He gave considerable 'rime 'ro 'the varsi+y squad, was +he main baclcfield ins+ruc+or,
and developed his boys info hard runners and blockers. "Jan" is 'rhe head foo+ball
coach and hails from Indiana Universily. Through his D6Si' records, he has proved +o
be one of lhe besl in his field. A valuable assel fo lhe curly-haired genileman is his
personali'ry which, in +urn, enables him 'ro have closer relafions wilh his players. Since
his arrival a+ our high school, he has made a record of I8 wins and I I losses. And 'rhere
is Bill Malcowslcy, who is belfer known as "Doc." He principally dealf wi+h fhe fresh-
man squads and his iob included +raining +he beginners in rhe fundamenials of fhe
game. New Cas+le's Troians should benefif from lhis well-balanced slaff and improve
+heir records in fhe fulure.
FACTS ABOUT FOOTBALL
AlThough The Trojans gained a ToTal of II95 yards by rushing and 525 yards
passing in nine games, They came ouT of The T946 fooTball season winning Three games
and losing six.
LasT Augusf 20, Coach John Janzaruk greefed 40 eager players, and ouT of This
group There were only four players wiTh any previous experience.
AfTer Three weeks of pracfice, The Trojans were TirsT TesTed by The Crispus ATTucks
Team from Indianapolis, which was raTed aT The end of The season eighTeenTh in The
sTaTe. The Trudgers aT Times displayed The form of a winning Team, buT aT oTher
Times They showed lack of experience and The need for improvemenf. The final
ouTcome was I8-6 in favor of New CasTle.
The nexT game was wiTh The Seymour Owls, who definiTely Thumped The Trojans
by a score of 20-6. There jusT wasn'T Too much To Tell abouT This game as The Trojans
displayed boTh a poor offense and a poor defense.
The nexT game was wiTh The Richmond Red Devils: buf, alThough The Trojans were
beaTen by score 20-0, They played one of Their besT game of The season. The Trojans
played heads-up ball The enTire game, and gained a ToTal of l86 yards rushing and
l28 yards passing.
The Trojans meT The Rushville Lions and deTeaTed Them I4-I3 in Their nexT game.
The Trojans displayed a bad TirsT half offense and a very poor defense, buT came ouT
in The lasT half To puT over Two Touchdowns and Two exTra poinTs To win The game.
The Trojans Then wenT To Marion where They played The besT game of The season.
Led by Bob Keesling, who scored Two Touchdowns, They won Their Third game of The
season by a score of I9-6.
AfTer winning Two games in a row, The Trojans Then prepared Tor The Gersfmeyer
Team from Terre Haufe, who were raTed as one of The ToughesT Teams in The sTaTe.
AlThough The Terre HauTe Team won The game by a 39-7 margin, The Trojans ouTplayed
Them in every phase of The game, and ran up I2 firsT downs To GersTmeyer's five.
GersTmeyer scored Three Touchdowns on Three inTercepTed passes and one on a reTurn
kick-off To give Them The breaks of The game.
The Trojans now became desperaTe for anofher win and Tried To Take iT ouT on
The Shorfridge Blue Devils. AlThough The Trojans played a good game for Three
quarfers and were on Top I3-I2 aT ThaT Time, They jusT didn'T have The reserves To
help Them and came ouT on The shorT end of a 3l-I3 score.
Then came The final game of The season wiTh The Trojans' oldesf rival, The Muncie
Bearcafs. The BearcaTs were favored To win by aT leasT six To seven Touchdowns.
The Trojans puT on The power, aided by a muddy field, To sTop The Muncie Bearcafs
and Their all-sTaTe back, Dooley: buT The BearcaTs won by a 20-0 margin.
Third row: leTT To righf-Gruler, G. Archey, Afkinson, Wallen, Garvin, Meek, STegner, ChasTain,
DeWiTT, F. Chance.
Second row: Baker, Whalen, Lawless, Reno, Keesling, Clemons, Gernsfein, Clevenger, C. Chance,
FronT row: Taylor, LorTon, Johnson, Ellis.
FACTS ABOUT THE TEAM
CLEMONS: 5'8" I52 lbs. Senior. Playing his fhird year as a regular, "CioIIi"
was nofed for his abilify fo block and Iackle. He caughf I2 passes for a fofal gain of
89 yards. He played 'rwo years af guard and in his senior year af quarferback.
WHALEN: 6'IIf2" I78 lbs. Senior. "Fish" was fhe besf punfer on fhe feam. He
caughf 39 passes which is proof enough of his abilify. You can also Iisf him as one of
'rhe besf when if came fo blocking from 'rhe end posifion. GERNSTEIN: 6'IIf2" I90
lbs. Senior. "Cookie" made if hard on fhe opposifion by his abilify 'Io fill up holes.
Because of his experience he could play eifher guard or fackle. He complefed his
second year on fhe varsify. KEESLING: 5'I I" I70 lbs. Senior. "Ears" was fhe
leading ground gainer on fhe feam, gaining 497 yards. He also complefed 69 passes
for 525 yards. Bob finished his fhird year as a regular and received all-sfafe menfion
af halfback. BAKER: 5'I I" I85 lbs. Senior. Don developed fasf as his firsf year
progressed. Because of his speed and ruggedness Don played fullback, gaining 378
yards. CHANCE: 6'I" I6O lbs. Senior. Coming back from fhe Navy, "Chick"
fully earned his posifion because of his defensive abilify. He caughf I2 passes from
his end posifion for a fofal of 96 yards. RENO: 5'9" I45 lbs. Senior. Jim played
cenfer and made up for his lack of size wifh fighf and deferminafion. Alfhough having
no previous experience, he sfarfed every game and played halfback on defense.
LAWLESS: 5'I0" 200 lbs. Senior. Fred, back from fhe service, played in every game.
"Burrhead" was big and a hard boy 'ro move ouf. He was The running guard of fhe
feam. WALLEN: 5'I I" I70 lbs. Sophomore. Edgar played guard and moved fo
fhe firsf feam because of his all-round play. Wi+h his abilify he oughf fo be a greaf
guard in fhe fufure. ARCHEY: 5'lO" I75 lbs. Senior. Bob moved fo fhe firsf feam
because of his defensive abilify and played as a regular fackle every game. He
played his besf game againsf Seymour. ELLIS: 5'I0" I55 lbs. Freshman. Jerry
played his besf game againsf Rushville and played in every game afferward. Wifh his
experience he should be a valuable halfback in 'rhe fufure. He gained 203 yards and
caughf six passes. TAYLOR: 5'8" I45 lbs. Sophomore. "Jersey" played his firsf
year of foofball as a sophomore. He lacked experience buf earned his posifion by his
speed. He should be a regular af guard in fhe nexf fwo years. GRULER: 5'8" I45 lbs.
Junior. George played cenfer and should be a mainsfay nexf year. He was besf af
defensive halfback because of his abilify 'Io infercepf passes. ATKINSON: 5'I I" I60
lbs. Junior. Playing his firsf year on fhe varsify, James fook parf in every game. He was
known especially for down field blocking and defense from his fackle posifion.
GARVIN: 6'IIf2" I70 lbs. Junior. Alfhough handicapped by a knee iniury which
bofhered him confinually fhrough fhe season, Jim puf his weighf behind fhe feam af
every opporfunify. He will be back af fackle nexf year.
BOB KEESLING JOHN WHALEN CHARLES CHANCE
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The Yell Leaders for fhe year
were lfrom leff fo righfl Don Os-
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and Lois Linebaclr.
Paul Robinson, Havey Carender,
and Earl Hicks were fhe managers
for fhe I946 foofball squad.
JIM ATKINSON EDGAR WALLEN RALPH CLEMONS STEVE TAYLOR
Tackle Guard Quarlerbaclr Guard
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The mighfy Trojans
fake 'ro fhe field 'lo
begin flue second
half of +l1e Shorf-
FRED LAWLESS JIM RENO JIM GARVIN GEORGE GRULER
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MARVIN GERNSTEIN BOB ARCHEY
Leff Guard Righf Guard
The firsf eleven
changed many limes
during +he season,
buf 'l'his is The line-
up which siar+ed
mosf of fhe games.
Here are fhe seniors
of fhe I946 season
Le-H fo righ+: Sec-
ond row: B. Archey,
D. Baller, J. Whalen,
C. Chance, F. Law-
Firsf row: J. Reno,
M. Gernsfein, B.
Keesling, R. Clem-
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FGRGETTING THE BIG MCDMENTS, AND LITTLE MOMENTS
INTHE 1947 ROSENNIAL if if
Weisse fails fo bloclz Kees-
ling's pass 'ro Yeager, who
scored for fhe Trojans
againsl Burris. Roger Cov-
er+, number 7, is ready for
fhe Owls' fasl break.
Againsf a background of
en+husias+ic Troian fans,
Reverend Paul Spurgeon
lzeeps 'fab on shofs made
and missed, while ofhers af
The scorelceepers' bench are
engaged in various inform-
Coaches Malrowsky, Sfuc-
lcey lfhe Bossl, and Hass-
furdzr lalce lime ou? from
a regular evening praciice
lo pose for our phofog-
THE TROJANS' TRAIL
Af fhe beginning of fhe baskefball season, Mac Parker had an injury so Bob
Keesling was fhe only refurning regular. Affer losing fhe firsf five games-Connery
ville, Greensburg, Anderson, Tech, and Burris-fhe men of Troy won from a highly
favored Richmond feam. Affer a loss fo Muncie, fhey showed a greaf offense fo win
from Rushville 53-24. Wifh a revamped line-up, fhe Trojans showed fhey were 'ro be
feared. They losf fo Columbus and Anderson before winning from Logansporf in fhe
Big 4 fournamenf on New Year's Day. Lafayeffe, 3rd in sfafe, beaf fhe Trojans by a
margin of only 5 poinfs, 37-32, before fhey won from Kokomo and Frankforf. Affer a
revenge defeaf by Richmond, fhey won from Marion and Logansporf. ln a hard-
foughf game Muncie beaf fhe Trudgers 37-35. They were fhen rafed as fhe mosf
improved ball club in fhe sfafe. The Trojans were ouf for revenge againsf Anderson,
who had won fwo Previous encounfers, and beaf fhem 43-26. The Trojans reached fheir
peak by giving Lebanon fheir worsf defeaf of fhe season 46-29. The Greenmen won
6 games and losf 6 in fhe Norfh Cenfral conference. This puf fhe Trudgers in 5fh place
in fhe conference. When fhe fip-off for fhe firsf game of fhe secfional came, fhe
Trudgers had fhree regulars ouf and losf a very hard-foughf game fo Mooreland 33-32.
They scored a fofal of 602 poinfs for an average of 34 poinfs. The Trudgers' foes score
580 for an average of 32 poinfs. The fhree seniors-Yeager, Parker, and Keesling-
will be missed buf fhe Trojan squad has 7 refurning leffermen nexf year including 5
Third row: Leff fo righf-Manager Hasfings, Coach Sfuckey.
Second row: Van Bebber, Haynes, Sfegner, Ellis, Grose.
Firsf row: Dailey, Parker, Yeager, Keesling, Hedrick.
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FACTS ABOUT THE FIRST TEAM
KEESLING: 6' I75 lbs. Sr. Guard. Bob held I'he Ieam fogefher all year by his
experience and quick Ihinking. He was +he main cog in rebounding. He was 3rd in
'Ihe conference in scoring wilh l25 poinls. HEDRICK, 6' I60 lbs. Soph. Forward.
Bob moved +o 'Ihe firsl' 'ream in mid-season because of his drive and abili+y +o hiI'. He
scored 26 poinls and slarled 8 games. He will be back for 'Iwo more years of play.
YEAGER: 6'5" I95 lbs. Sr. Cenfer. Curl, by Ihe end of 'rhe season, was one of 'lhe
bes+ cenlers in conference because of his improvemen'I'. He was +he "handy man"
under +he baskel and scored II8 poin'I's Io be second high scorer for 'Ihe Trojans.
PARKER: 6' I60 lbs. Sr. Guard. Allhough hindered by an ankle injury for 'I'he firsl' 8
games, Mac relurned 'Io help Ihe Trojans win 6 ou'I of I0 games. He scored 80 poin+s.
VAN BEBBER: 6' l6O lbs. Jr. Forward. Bill began hi++ing during 'Ihe las+ parl' of 'rhe
season and made 82 poinls. His drive sparked 'rhe Trojans in 'Ihe pinches. WiI'h his
experience he will go places in Ihe fulure. HAYNES: 5'8" I25 lbs. Jr. Forward.
Wha+ "Microbe" lacked in heighl he made up for in cleverness and de+ermina+ion.
Because of his abilily 'Io fake he sfarled 7 games. He scored 36 poinls. ELLIS: 5'l0"
I50 lbs. Fr. Guard. Jerry came 'ro The firsl +eam in mid-season and s'I'ar'Ied 6 games.
Wilh his abilify +o jump and lacking only experience, he shows promise of being a real
Trojan. STEGNER: 6'2" I75 lbs. Soph. CenI'er. "Red" made fhe I'eam because of
his heigh'I' and rebounding abili+y. Wifh more speed he should be a regular for 'Ihe
nexl Iwo seasons. DAILEY: 5'l I" l6O lbs. Soph. Guard. Jim sI'arI'ed 5 games and
scored I9 poin'rs. WiI'h his ball handling and speed he made Ihe varsily and will be
back for Iwo more seasons. GROSE: 5'9" l6O lbs. Soph. Guard. "Gums" made 'I'he
Iourney feam by his sfeady improvement His one-handed sho'Is were deadly and
couldn'+ be sfopped. Reserve Jack a place on Ihe Ieam for 'rhe nex'I' 'Iwo years.
BOB KEESLING CURTIS YEAGER MAC PARKER BOB HEDRICK BILL VAN BEBBER
Guard Cenfer Guard Forward
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THE TROJAN TRAIL
Casfie Muncie Cenirai
Cuff Yeager, number 5,
fries one of his 'favorire
shofs, a cuf-back. Brecken-
ridge, number I0, and
Whalen. number 8, play
fhe forward posifion ready
for a 'Pip-in 'fo score againsf
+he Muncie Bearcafs.
Whalen's defense againsi'
Newfon of Muncie Cenfral
prevenfs a sho? as Keesling
and Yeager sfay back for
New Casfle 35 Muncie Cenfral 37
New Casfle 43 Anderson
New Casfle 46 Lebanon
NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE
THE COLT TRAIL HOW THEY RANK
24 Connersville I6 GP FG FT TP
I3 Greensburg 9 Jack Grose I6 3I 24 86
23 Ando,-Son 2l Bob Hedrick 9 23 I5 6l
I5 Tech I7 Bud Hawkins I3 22 I2 56
28 Bur,-is I6 Bob Slegner 9 I5 I2 42
22 Richmond 2l Jim Dailey 8 I2 I2 36
2I Muncie Cenh-al no Sfdnlev Meek I2 8 ll 27
22 Rushville 36 Harold Cline 6 7 9 23
IQ Columbus I0 Keilh Hodgin 6 5 8 I8
I3 Lofayofho 24 Jim Garvin 6 6 3 I5
3 Kokomo 3' Don Young 4 3 3 9
29 Fronkforg 2' Glenn Crane I 2 0 4
I8 Richmond 28 - "' L l
35 Marion 33 Tolals I8 I34 I09 377
24 Loganspon 29 COLTS CCMPARED WITH OPPONENTS
I8 Muncie Cenlral 27 FG FT TP
20 Anderson I9 New Caslle I34 IO9 377
23 Lebanon 6 Opponenfs l54 66 374
Eleven wins and seven defeals was Ihe record rung up by "Doc" Makowsky and
his Trojan Colls in 'Iheir I946-47 season. And in I'he Norlh Cenlral conference play,
'rhe Trudgers slruclc fhe "happy medium" by ending wilh a six and six counI'.
The all-sophomore squad displayed Iheir slrenglh by ending Ihe half-way mark
wifh seven viclories oul' of nine slarls. Then wifh Ihe beginning of 'rhe second half,
Coach Sluclcey rearranged his "A" Ieam and elevaled Bob Hedrick, Bob Sfegner,
and Jim Dailey Io Ihe varsily Ieam. Wilh The absence of Ihese sfarlers, Coach
Makowsky drilled his remaining eighl' boys and discovered some real compelilors.
In 'rhe remaining nine encounlers, The Green quinlel was crediled wilh four.
The fu'I'ure Trojans are piclured below.
Third row: Lefl Io righl-Coach Makowsky, Manager Scoll.
Second row: Crane, Hodgin, Cassady, Young.
Firsl row: Grose, Sfegner, Meek, Cline, Hawkins.
Despife fhe difficulfies of rainy weafher, fhe I'-746 Trojan baseball feam enjoyed
a very successful season, winning fen games and losing four.
The Trojans, under fhe able guidance of Doc Malcowslxy, opened fhe I946 winning
sfrealc by defeafing Spiceland 2l-0, and fhen confinued as follows: New Casfle 6,
Knighfsfown 23 New Casfle I5, Spiceland 6: New Casfle 20, Knighfsfown 2: New
Casfle IO, Connersville 6. New Casfle fhen played a refurn game wifh Connersville
and were beafen 7-5, 'ro end fheir five-game winning sfrealc. Nexf fhey played Rich-
mond and losf by a score of I8-3, and fhen +o Muncie I3-2, and Anderson 4-0, before
fhey refurned fheir full glory by beafing Richmond 3-2, Muncie 8-3, Kokomo IO-8,
Marion 6-5, and Franlcforf 5-2.
The Troians played fheir games during a very rainy season, in which games wifh
Anderson, Shelbyville, Tech, and Lafayeffe were cancelled. Alfhough fhis couldn'f
be proved fhey sfill were rafed as one of fhe foughesf sluggers in fhe business.
Refurning fo +he I947 squad will be Mac Parker, Bob Keesling, Jack Van Hoose,
Ralph Clemons, John Kinsinger, Jack Keifh, and Tom Cashdollar.
Fourfh row: Coach Makowsky.
Third row: Bob Preble, leff field: Tom Cashdollar, ouffieldg Jay Gray, 3rd base.
Second row: Ed Harfer, lsf base: Jim Spera, Isf base: Bob Keesling, 2nd base: Roscoe Keesling,
leff field: Rual Vincenf, pifcher.
Firsf row: Keifh Hodgin, manager: Sherman Caff, pifcherg Mac Parker, cenfer field: Jaclr Keifh,
shorfsfopg Ralph Clemens, righf field: Jack Van Hoose, pifcherg Jim Neal, cafcher: Clarence
TRACK AND CROSS-COUNTRY
During 'Phe fall of I946 cross-coun+ry, ano'l'her new spor+, was added 'io 'Phe long
lisi of Troian ac+ivi+ies. The feam had a fair season wifh 2 wins and 2 losses. The
five runners who were chosen for fhe 'Team were Clarence Schofield, David Smi'rh,
John Kinsinger, Eugene Haynes, and Jack Wrighf.
Alfhough 'lhis is a new spor+, if siill 'lends 'ro build fhe boys' form and endurance
for o'rher sporfs and by 'lhe 'lime fhe season rolls around again, fhe Troians will lake +o
'rheir usual winning form.
During ihe spring 'ihe regular 'iraclx season s+ar+s. Alihough lasf season's 'iraclc
feam wasn'+ 'loo good, 'lhis year fhey will have a lol' 'ro loolr forward +o. Reiurning +o
'Phe Trojans Thinlies will be Bob Keesling, who ran 'ihe 220 and 440-yard dashes: Mac
Parlcer in i'he pole vauli' and 220: John Whalen in 'ihe mile and half mile: and Jim
Dailey in 'I'he half mile and 220-yard dash. Rerurning for fhe mile relays, which was a
s+rong poin'l' of lasi' year's feam, will be Jim Dailey, Bob Keesling, Bob Small, and
David Day. This relay feam lasr year placed second in 'lhe secrional. Mac Parlcer
placed second in ihe pole vaulfing, and Jim Dailey placed second in The 880-yard dash.
Coach WaH'er "Du+ch" Hassfurder will have a group of experienced men fhis season
and we can loolx forward fo new Troian glory.
Second row: Roger Coveri, Clarence Caldwell, Harold Cline, Charles Ashfon, Bud Hiner.
Firsi row: Jack Wrighf, John Kinsinger, Gene Haynes, Clarence Schofield, David Smiih.
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The golfers of Troy opened fheir I946 golf season on April 3rd wifh a win over
Richmond by a score 4-3. Then on May I7fh we played a refurn mafch wifh Richmond
and Iosf by a score of I I-4. The Trojans fhen enfered a conference meef af Kolcomo
and placed fourfh wifh a fofal of 369 poinfs. In fhe mid-affernoon of May I4fh, fhe
Trojan golfers beaf fhe Anderson Indians by a score I I-blfz. Playing a refurn mafch
on May 20+h, we beaf Anderson again I6-8. The Trojans were nexf fo be enferfained
for fhe affernoon af fhe exclusive Meridian Hills Golf Course af Indianapolis in com-
pefifion wifh Tech and Anderson. We placed fhird.
To wind up fhe season fhe Trojans fool: parf in an invifafional meef af Tech where
fhey placed fhird. This was a fairly successful season for fhe green and whife golfers
since if was fhe firsf fime fhey had falcen parf in infer-scholasfic compefifion in fhree
years. Refurning for fhe I947 campaign will be Jerry Charles, Marvin Gernsfein,
Elberf Chasfain, Larry Barry, and Mac Parlcer.
The schedule for fhe '47 season consisfs of dual meefs wifh Muncie, Richmond,
and Anderson, and conference meefs wifh Kokomo and Tech of Indianapolis.
Sfanding jleff fo righflz Bob Neff, Marvin Gernsfein, Mr. Jantaruk, Elberf Chasfain, Wiley Jay.
Kneeling jleff fo righfj: Leland Macer, Jerry Charles, Russell Coers.
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