New Castle Chrysler High School - Rosennial Yearbook (New Castle, IN)
- Class of 1949
Page 1 of 116
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1949 volume:
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This is our school. Yes, this is the place where
We've spent four exciting years, and now here
we are, the class of '49, It seems impossible that
those four wonderful years have come to an end,
and that we, at last, are dedicating our year-
book. Dedicating it to you, and you, and you . . .
you, the student who has Walked through those
three halls to those 40 some classrooms Where
you spent 55 minutes a day, five days a week.
And now, all those steps have come to a halt . . .
it's true, they will go on to bigger and better
things in life . . -. but that Worn path you've
walked for four years can never be traveled again.
Through the years you'll look back on your high
school days in N H S with a few sighs and a lot
of happy memories. Bear in mind, though, that
if you keep your footsteps toward the sunshine,
the shadows will surely fall behind.
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Now to take you to some more familiar places around N H S. Between
classes and after school you'll find shoes of every kind, color, and descrip-
tion in the Cozy Corner. We'll always associate the C. C. with our high
school days when we look back.
No matter how many steps we have to take each day, We always have
to be burdened with our ever-present companions . . . books! These books
could certainly tell a lot if only they could speak . . . hmmmmm?
Well, welll Looks like two more have taken what is commonly known
as that "fatal step". We all know that many more happy steps lie ahead
for Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bickley. Congratulations! Also, best wishes
to Mrs. Dean Parsons, the former Miss Barbara Clark.
Here's another shot of "ye ole" hall. People, people. Everywhere you
look, you can see our 1,052 students milling around . . . gossiping about
this and that . . . dates, assignments, ball games, dances, and the million
other things going on.
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Just look at those seniors! They're really studying hard on their lines.
Yes, this is the class play cast for 1949. Here we see more of our high
school's students. They seem to be having a wonderful and exciting
time at this season's tourneys and the pep sessions. Those ball games
were really something to get excited about this year. Will We ever forget
that Semi-Final game? Yes, it really should have been "Trojan Time in
Those fannhar haHs again! VVonder how'
many hundred miles We've walked up and
down the stairs, and through those halls,
peering into every nook and cranny of the
building looking for this and that. And
look! There are all those familiar faces
again,too. VVe get together in the haHs
with our friends to talk over the day's
events. Sorne of these students vvon't be
around N H S after this year - but
others vvHl foHowv in their footsteps.
They, too, will then walk their "1,000
steps through New Castle Senior High
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There's the long and the short of it!
Yes, it's two of our students, George
Small, Jr., a member of the senior class,
and Paul Benson, a sophomore. We have
fellows here at N H S of every size,
shape, or description you could possibly
want. Short, fat, tall, skinny, blond,
brunet, or redhead-you name it, and
we've got it!
Here are some more of the brigade,
Martha Grayson, Neel Davis, Pat Bee-
man, and Herb Prizeman. They're just
showing you that they haven't worn
their shoes out yet. They will be, though,
by the time they've tramped around
school, back and forth to the canteen,
gym, and all the other hangouts around
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More familiar people! One thing nice about New Castle High School is
that no matter where you are-in the classroom, in the halls, in the
oflices-you see people you know. This is what makes our school such a
friendly place. This is one of the reasons for New Castleis fine sports-
manship which has been shown throughout the years. This is why our
school has such a high percentage of honor students and other out-
standing students. This atmosphere of friendliness, understanding, and
unity all help make the school that we know so well. Our "Alma Matern-
New Castle High School.
Top left picture
Jim Dailey receives a word of praise from Coach Stuckey at a convocation
for the team.
Top right picture
Three men whom we appreciate very much are our janitors-Mr. Brum-
field, Mr. French, and Mr. Pickering.
Bottom left picture
Filling out the tardy and absence passes is Miss Harrington, dean of girls.
Bottom right picture
Mrs. Shephard, school nurse, treats one of her 1,000 patients.
Here We see some of our
faculty and parents attending
a P. T. A. meeting. They're
listening to a panel discussion
sponsored by the S t u d e n t
Council. You will find the
faculty section on page 12.
Mr. Reed and his senior his-
tory class. This is just a peek
into one of the many and
varied classes that goes on in
NHS during the school day.
Page 24 will give you more
about the seniors.
Movies are also a part of
our school life. These have
proven to be both educational
and interesting. These are
all underclassmen that are at-
tending this one particular
movie. More pictures of un-
derclassmen are shovvn on
On page 52, you will find our
Activities Section. Here We
see our band in formation.
This is another of our high
school's many activities. Some
of the others are the choir,
orchestra, Rosennial, Phoenix,
and many more.
Now we see a picture of our
Student Council in action.
This club, plus many, many
others, renders numerous
services to our school and
community. Gur Club Section
starts on page 70.
The last section of our book is
the Athletic Section. It be-
gins on page 86. This is, how-
ever, by no means the least
important. We have one of
the most varied sports pro-
grams in the state.
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MR. JOE R. CRAW
A.B., M.A. Butler University
The Class of 1949, which has made this
yearbook possible, has contributed no little
share in the carrying on of worthwhile school
experiences. Throughout its four years, it
has contributed much that is fine and con-
structive in this high school. As the mem-
bers of this class grew in experiences, their
contributions became more important and in
their final year, their goals have been reached.
Our school should be a better place because
of the work of this class.
Now, at the end of your high school career,
may we wish for each of you of the Class of
1949, the best of everything that the future
holds for you. May you find that your work
in this school helps you in making future life
adjustments that Will be happy, wholesome,
and satisfying. May you remember that the
rest is up to you. Your life will be what you
MR. E. S. CASTOR
A.B., M.A. Ball State Teachers College
Graduate Work, University of Chicago
God give us men. A time like this demands
Strong minds, great hearts, true faith and
Men whom the lust of office does not kill,
Men whom the spoils of ofiice cannot buy,
Men who possess opinions and a will,
Men who have honor, men who will not lie.
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Tall men, sun crowned, who live above the fog
In public ditty and in private thinking.
-Josiah Gilbert Holland.
You have done it! The days have passed
and four years have been spent in study and
recreation, with friends and classmates and
now you are graduates. The future is filled
with opportunity for those who aspire and
work. Your own separate case depends on
how you have viewed and accepted opportun-
ity up to the present. Every day you have
had your chance. Every day you have set
your pattern. Every day you could have suc-
ceeded. We hope and trust that every grad-
uate sees a bright road ahead based on a
vision of serving his fellow men.
Jim .. .
The School Board is con-
stantly alert for new ideas,
constantly encouraging our
initiative and school spi1'it,
and always ready to counsel
and advise the members of
the faculty as well as the stu-
dent body. They are pictured
here with Mr. Craw, our su-
perintendent. Dr. William
Heilmang Mr. Joseph Burris,
presidentg Mr. Joe R. Craw,
superintendent of schoolsg
Mr. Eugene H. Yergin, at-
torneyg Mr. Russell Fleming,
Dean of Girlsg A.B.
MR. EARL F. LEMME
Dean of Boysg A.B.
Indiana Central Col-
lege, M.A. Butler
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MISS FERN HODSON
Head of Mathematics Depart-
ment, Algebra, Geometry, Trig-
onometry, A.B. Earlham College,
M.A. Columbia University.
MR. CHARLES STUCKEY
Head of Athletic Department,
Basketball Coach, Safety, B.S.
MISS LEWELTA POGUE
Head of Language Department,
Spanish, A.B. Indiana Univer-
sity, M.A. University of Mich-
MR. C. S. KINDER
Head of Industrial Arts Depart-
ment, Drafting, Sponsor of
Drafting Club, B.S. Ball State
Teachers' College and Purdue
MR. WALTER HARKER
Speech and Hearing Director,
B.S. Ball State Teachers' College.
MR. PHILLIP GATES
Head of Music Department, "A"
Band and Orchestra, "B" Band
and Orchestra, A.B. Cincinnati
Conservatory, M.M. Capital Col-
MISS MARY MANIFOLD
Head of Art Department, Art,
B.S. Ball State Teachers' College.
MRS. JUANITA BISHOP
Head of Commerce Department,
Bookkeeping, Typing, Business
Arithmetic, Commercial Law,
A.B. Bowling Green College of
Commerce, M.C.S. Indiana Uni-
MR. MAURICE FESSLER
Book Store Director, A.B. Cen-
tral Normal College.
MRS. LOUISE DEYOE
Speech, Dramatics, A.B. Indiana
Central College, M.A. Northwest-
MR. MAX FORSYTH
Head of Biology Department, Bi-
ology, Sponsor of Biology Club,
B.S. Indiana State Teachers' Col-
lege, M.A. Purdue University.
MISS ELIZABETH RONEY
Head of Home Economics De-
partment, Clothing, Special
Problems, Sponsor of F.H.A.,
A.B. Manchester College.
MISS BERNIECE MCCORD
Head of English Department,
English, A.B., M.A. Indiana Uni-
MISS MARTHA NUTT
Librarian, A.B. Butler Univer-
sity, B.S. in L.S. University of
MRS. HELEN ROGERS
English, A.B. DePauw Univer-
MISS FRANCES HALBERSTADT
Newswriting, Phoenix, Rosennial
Adviser, A.B. Indiana State
MRS. BARBARA PARSONS
English, French, Sponsor of Fi
Del, Sponsor of French Club,
A.B. Ball State Teachers' Col-
MRS. MARY RICKERT
English, Remedial Reading, A.B.
Ball State Teachers' College.
MISS EUNICE CLEO ORR
Math. Refresher, Algebra, Ge-
ometry, A.B. Ball State Teach-
ers' College, M.A. Indiana Uni-
MR. FRANCIS REED
History, Economics, Sponsor of
Hi-Y, B.S. Ball State Teachers'
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MR. ALVIN LAKE
English, B.S., M.A. Ball State
MR. CHARLES ERIC BICKLEY
English, B.S. Indiana State
MISS JUANITA RUCKER
Speech, Radio, Psychology, A.B.
DePauw University and North-
MR. JOSEPH GREENSTREET
General Mathematics, Algebra,
Geometry, A.B. Ball State
MRS. MARY WAYMAN
History, A.B. Miami University,
M.A. Ball State Teachers' Col-
MISS CATHERINE RATCLIFFE
English, Latin, Sponsor of Senior
Class, Sponsor of National Honor
Society, A.B. Western College,
M.A. Indiana University.
MISS MARGARET LEAKEY
English, A.B. Ball State Teach-
ers' College, M.A. Indiana Uni-
MISS MABEL HODSON
Latin,,Algebra, Sponsor of Latin
Club, A.B. Earlham College,
M.A. Columbia University.
MISS MARY JEAN HARTMAN
General Mathematics, Algebra,
A.B. Indiana University.
MISS HELEN RUPLEY
Social Studies, Sponsor of Tri-
Hig B.S. Purdue University.
MISS RUTH E. ANDREWS
History, B.S. Ball State Teach-
MR. WALTER E. HASSFURDER
"B" Team Coach, Health 8z Safe-
tyg B.S. Hanover College.
MISS SARAH HALL
Typing, Shorthand, Stenog-
raphyg A.B. Butler University.
MRS. FYLIOUS FISHER
Foods, Sponsor of SunShine So-
ciety, B.S. Ball State Teachers'
MR. DEAN LENON
General Shop, B.S. Ball State
MR. IVAN HODSON
Physics, Algebrag A.B. Earlham
College, M.A. Columbia Univer-
MR. ROBERT RINEHART
Biology, Co-Sponsor of Biology
Clubg B.S. Indiana University.
MRS. MARTHA BICKLEY
General Business, Business Eng-
lish, Office Machines, Retailing,
Co-Sponsor of Fi Del, A.B. Ball
State Teachers' College.
MRS. MARY SMITH
Home Nursing, Home Manage-
ment, Foodsg B.S. Purdue Uni-
MR. BERNHARDT A. BEGUHN
Printingg B.S., M.S. Stout In-
MR. GEORGE C. BRONSON
Chemistryg A.B. Wabash College.
MISS DORIS JONES
Home Nursing, Clothing. Biology,
Health Sz Safetyg B.S. Ball State
MRS. MILDRED FLEET
Typing, Business Arithmetic,
Business English, Sponsor of the
Junior Classg B.S. Ball State
MR. GEORGE SMALL
Choir, Chorusg M.S. Indiana Uni-
versity, B.M. Indiana College of
Music, M.M. Jordan Conserva-
MR. JOHN LEE
Machine Trades, Sponsor of Ma-
chinists' Club, B.S. Ball State
MR. MORRIS E. WEEKLY
Agriculture, Sponsor of F.F.A.g
B.S., M.S., Purdue University.
MR. LANGAN HAY
Football, Boxing, Golf, Boys'
Physical Educationg A.B. Uni-
versity of Kentucky.
MISS ELIZABETH HARRINGTON
Dean of Girlsg A.B. Western
State Teachers' College.
MRS. LOVELLA FORSYTH
Girls' Physical Education, Spon-
sor of G.A.A.g B.S. Indiana State
MISS MARIAN WEISHEIT
Secretary, Superintendent's Of-
MRS. ROBERTA HILL
Girls' Physical Educationg A.B.
Hanover College, M.A. Univer-
sity of Iowa.
MR. DAILY F. HILL
Baseball, Freshman Basketball,
Boys' Physical Educationg B.S.
MISS HELEN HOWARD
Secretary, Industrial Education
MISS BETTY KIRK
MISS PEARL DUNN
Grade School Supervisor, Cadet
Teaching, B.S. Ball State Teach-
ers' College, M.A. Columbia Uni-
MRS. JANET LEE
Secretary, Principal's Oiiice.
MR. EARL LEMME
Electronics, Dean of Boysg A.B.
Indiana Central College, M.A.
MISS MAXINE RAINS
Bookkeeper, Principal's Office.
MRS. RUTH BEST
B o o k k e e p e r, Superintendent's
Two years' physical
education is required of
all students graduating
from high school unless
they are otherwise ex-
cused. The girls here are
taking tumbling while
another part of their
class is playing Volley-
ball. In line with the
modern trend of educa-
tion, it is just as import-
ant to train the body as
Cadet Teachers assist teachers in
grade schools and junior high.
They take charge of reading, spell-
ing, and numerous other classes.
These cadet teachers are learning
while teaching. Row one: Nancy
Iterrnan, Barbara Pate. Row two:
Mary Garrard, Marjorie Tapscott,
Gail Modlin. Row three: Bob Davis,
A Rosennial would not be complete
without a picture of Mrs. Rogers'
senior English class. ln this class,
advanced English is taught in prep-
aration for college work. It is a must
if you are planning on going to
In the center of all the hub-buh of
high school life there is one place
where the more industrious students
may go to study. This is the library
where Miss Martha Nutt is always
ready to lend a helping hand.
Is it an art school? No, this is the
art room where, under the able direc-
tion of Miss Mary Manifold, students
are taught to develop their natural
talent. Posters, decorations for
dances, and many other artistic Works
are created here.
This is a picture of the general shop
class in action. Boys taking this
course learn how to run different
types of machines such as Sebastian
Lathes and Monarch Lathes. They
make lamps and many other useful
ornaments. Here We see Mr. Lee
helping a boy adjust his machine.
Clickety-clack, clickety-clack. This
is what you will hear if you venture
past Room 115 any period of the day.
Three semesters of typing and one
semester of transcription are offered
in our school. We have several stu-
dent teachers from Ball State helping
teach these classes.
The unknown is X. This is the
basis of algebra-to find the un-
known. Mr. Ivan Hodson is seen here
illustrating a problem on the board
to his freshman algebra class.
These lively looking students are
studying to be famous actors and
actresses. They helped produce a pro-
gram of skits and short plays this
fall called Curtain Call. During the
holidays they produced several other
short plays, all carrying out the
Our high school print shop does all
the printing for the school besides
much of the Parent-Teachers' Associ-
ation printing. They also put out our
school paper, the Phoenix.
For the last several years in high
school there has been a radio class.
This class gives announcements every
day over the public address system
and once every Week gives a Bible
program. They have made announce-
ment period an enjoyable part of
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Our footsteps are now echoes in the halls of dear
old NHS. For four years, we traveled the polished
fioors and climbed the crowded stairways.
These things are now tucked neatly away in our
memory book along with our first day in high school,
our exciting sophomore year when we began to feel
just a little older, our glorious junior year when
We were sixteen, and finally our senior year filled
with- so many marvelous events.
The first two years in high school we built a
strong foundation for our class and by the time
our junior year rolled around we were well prepared
to elect our officers and plan an outstanding Prom.
We elected Jim Dailey as our president, Bill Palm-
blade as our vice-president, June Wadman as our
secretary, and Eldora Ankrom as our treasurer.
One of the first important events of our senior
year was Senior Vespers. This was the first time that
we marched in as a class, the class of 1949-the
largest ever to be graduated from NHS.
During the second half of our junior year, some
of the members of our class were elected to National
Honor Society and some were appointed to the
Rosennial staff. Highlighting the last month of
our junior year was our Prom. Those who attended
will never forget the beautiful decorations and the
wonderful time they had.
On September 13, 1948, we came back to school
determined to be the best class as well as the largest
class that ever graduated from NHS. We re-
elected the same class ofiicers and got off to a
successful start on our senior year. We chose
Twilight Blue and Burgundy as our class colors, and
ordered our invitations and enclosure cards for
Commencement. We chose "Knowledge is the treas-
ure, but practice is the Key" for our motto.
Before we realized, it was time for Senior Vespersg
then all too soon came Class Day, Baccalaureate,
and finally Commencement which ended our won-
drous school years.
BOB ADKINS i
SunShine Society, Prom Publicity
Fi Del, President of SunShine Society, Na-
tional Honor Society, Treasurer of Senior
Class, Prom Queen Attendant.
"A",Orchestra, Fi Del.
GERALD NEWTON ARCHEY
Football, Machinists' Club, Track,
Boxing, Drafting Club.
DONN FRITZ BAILEY
Treasurer of Student Council, Hi-Y, "A
Band, Senior Motto Committee, Latin
EUGENE M. BAILEY
Hi-Y, "A" Band, Boxing, Choir,
Senior Song Committee.
JAMES L. BARRY
Rosennial Staff, Golf, Prom Invitation
RICHARD EDGAR BAVENDER
VERNNON HEROLD BECK
Chaplain of Hi-Y, Prom Refreshment Com-
mittee, Purdue Student Assembly.
Prom Refreshment Committee, Hi-Y.
NANCY ANN BEGEMAN
Fi Del, Phoenix Staff, SunShine So-
ciety, Rosennial,S,taf'f, Latin Club.
EVA MAY BLACKBURN
Fi Del, Rosennial Staff, SunShine Society,
Senior Motto Committee, Prom Refreshment
RUTH ELLEN BLUNK
FAREL JUNE BON0
Fi Del, SunShine Society, Prom Or-
chestra Committee, Phoenix Staff.
H. R. BRAMMER T l-'N ... A-1' ' "
Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Boxing.
SunShine Society, Tri-Hi-Y, F. H. A.,
Prom Refreshment Committee, Choir.
JAMES A. BROWN
Drafting Club, Questers' Hi-Y.
Fi Del, Prom Orchestra Committee.
THOMAS E. BURK
Drafting Club, Prom Decoration
Committee. V ,
BETTY CALDWELL' 3 "- "'i '
Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Flower Committee, Prom
Entertainment Committee, Dramatics Club,
Curtain Call '47.
MURL EUGENE CARNES
Choir, Trojan Male Chorus, Madrigal
JEANNIEN CARTER ' ' " 'L "'
Senior Flower Committee.
NINA CARTER- '
Basketball, Hi-Y, Phoenix Staff,
Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Flower Committee, Latin
Club, Prom Decoration Committee.
Vice-President of Drafting Club,
Senior Colors Committee
Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., F.H.A.
SunShine Society, F.B.L.A.
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DORIS cowAN ' Lf "' C
SunShine Society, Prom Decoration Commit-
tee, Latin Club.
GENE CRAIG - vLXa.Q.-
H1-Y, Prom Entertainment Commit-
tee, Prom Decoration Committee,
Senior Motto Committee.
Dramatics Club, Football, Vice-President of
Hi-Y, Prom Entertainment Committee, Choir.
JIM DAILEY ' W A ' - 'N-
President of Senior Class, Basketball, Foot-
ball, National Honor Society, Junior Rotarian.
Phoenix Staff, Tri-Hi-Y.
CHARLES H. DAVIS, JR.
Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Prom Entertainment
WILLIAM CLYDE DAVIS
JAMES R. DAVIS
Dramatics Club, Prom Reception
JAMES N. DAVIS
Vice-President of Machinists' Club, Choir.
NEEL D. DAVIS
Hi-Y, Rosennial Staff, Drafting Club,
Prom Program Committee.
ROBERT G. DAVIS
Vice-President of French Club, Hi-Y,
Phoenix Staff Rosennial Staff, Prom
Vice-President of Tri-Hi-Y, President of
F.B.L.A., Prom Decoration Committee,
Senior Motto Committee, Choir.
"A" Band, Hi-Y, Prom Refreshment
JOHN G. ELROD
' NANCY EPPERSON
President of Machinists' Club.- '
JACK FAVORS I'
J. ALAN FISHER
Machinists' Club, Drafting Club,
HAROLD FRANKLIN W-
Hi-Y, "A" Band, "A" Orchestra, Dramatics
Hi-Y, Phoenix Staif, Machinists' Club.
MARY LOU GARRARD
Fi Del, Prom Entertainment Com-
mittee, Senior Colors Committee,
SunShine Society, Latin Club.
Fi Del, Prom Reception Committee, Phoenix
Secretary of Tri-Hi-Y, Choir, SunShine
JAMES E. GOFF
Baseball, Rosennial StaH, Hi-Y.
CHARLES E. GOOCH-
BARBARA M. GORMAN
Secretary of National Honor Society,
Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club.
JIMMY PHILIP GRAY
Football, Baseball, Trojan Male Chorus.
LEON M. GREAR ,
Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., F.H.A.
DONNA GREIG Vw'-f'-"-'--4
Fi Del, Senior Song Committee, Prom Decora-
tion Committee, Concert Choir, "A" Orchestra
BETTY JOAN GRIFFIN
National Honor Society, Chaplain of Tri-
Hi-Y, Latin Club, SunShine Society.
Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Ticket Committee,
JACK L. GROSE '
Basketball, Baseball, Phoenix Staif, Student
Council, Prom Entertainment Committee.
CHARLES FREADUS GRUBBS
Student Council, Hi-Y, Treasurer of Can-
teen Council, Prom Entertainment Com-
President of Tri-Hi-Y, SunShine So-
ciety, Prom Entertainment Commit-
tee, G.A.A., Tumbling Team.
3 LINDA HARRISON
Rosennial Staff, Fi Del, Treasurer of National
Honor Society, Vice-President of SunShine
Society, Prom Queen Attendant.
Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Prom
Ticket Committee, Latin Club.
Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y, Choir. Prom
Reception Committee, F.B.L.A., Ma-
, drigal Singers.
54' JEANNE HARVEY
Rosennial Staff, Phoenix Staff, Vice-President
of Fi Del, Prom Entertainment Committee,
Corres. Secretary of SunShine Society.
LOIS JEAN HARVEY
Senior Invitation Committee, F.B.L.A.
RAYMOND WARREN HAWKINS
Student Council, Rosennial Staff, Hi-
Y, Basketball, Dramatics Club.
JACK HAYNES '
Hi-Y, Prom Entertainment
BETTY LOU HIGGINS
Reporter of F.B.L.A., Tri-Hi-Y, SunShine
. Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Invitation Committee.
uw,-1..Ml -KEITH HINSHAW
Treasurer of Hi-Y, Junior Rotarian,
Student Council, Drafting Club,
Prom Ticket Committee.
KEITH EDWARD HODGIN
Hi-Y, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track.
Hi-Y, Phoenix Staff, Prom Entertainment
Committee, Printing Staff.
DONALD HOOPINGARNER - ' nxL"""""A
NORMA JEAN HOOSIER
Machinists' Club, Drafting Club.
Treasurer of F.B.L.A., Latin Club, Senior
Motto Committee, SunShine Society,
J Fi Del, SunShine Society, Prom En-
3 tertainment Committee, Dramatics
Club, Cadet Teacher.
JO ANN JOHNSON
Treasurer of National Honor Society,
Senator of Purdue Leffislfture, Eflitor of
Roscnnial, Fi Del, SunShine Society.
CAROLINE BUNNY JONES
Rosenniil Staff, Prom Queen, Secretary of
Studewt Council, State Vice-President of
SunShine Society, Fi Del.
CHARLFS VV. JONES, JR.
JOHN M. JORDAN
President of National Honor Society,
President on Student Council, Presi-
dent of Latin Club, Secretary of
Hi-Y, Rosennial Staf.
ROBERT J. JUSTICE
VVILLIAM D. KENNEDY
Hi-Y, Phoenix Staff, Prom Publicity
Committee, Senior Colors Committee,
Drafting Club, Boxing.
Hi-Y, Prom Reception Committee, UA'
Band, "A" Orchestra, String Ensemble.
MX ,MJ-HAROLD J. LONGWORTH
Junior Rotarian, Hi-Y, "A" Band
Choir, "A" Orchestra.
SARA LOU MASENGALE S
Latin Club, F.H.A.
GEORGE ROBERT MATTOX, JR.
Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Choir.
BETTY LOU MCCLAIN . rw MQAL-
"A" Band, "A" Orchestra, Latin
Club, G.A.A., Altrusa Girl.
JAMES F. MCCORMACK
Basketball, Questers' Hi-Y, Football,
LOIS AVALINE MCFARLAND
Drarntics Club, Prom Entertainment
Committee, F.B.L.A., Senior Colors
Committee, SunShine Society.
KATIE MAE MCGAHA
F B L.A., Choir.
Hi-Y, Phoenix Staff, Rosennial Staff,
Machinists' Club, I.H.S.P.A. Press
STANLEY MEEK - 3Nf"U"-if L'
Football, National i'Honor Society,
Junior Rotarian, Hi-Y.
GAIL MODLIN ' ' "'
"A" Orchestra, String Ensemble, Tri-
President of F.F.A., Hi-Y.
BETTY LOU MORRIS
Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club, Prom Decora-
tion Committee, Dramatics Club.
CYNTHIA JANE NEFF
Treasurer of Fi Del, SunShine Society,
Prom Entertainment Committee.
CHARLES E. NILES
Reporter of F.F.A.
DONALD E. OSBORNE
Yell Leader, Printing Staff.
PATRICIA LOU PAHMIER
Fi Del, SunShine Society, G.A.A.,
WILLIAM LAWRENCE PALMBLADE 4 X
Baseball, Vice-President of Junior Class,
Vice-President of Senior Class, Student Coun-
PEGGY PARIS x 'px ,J
' Fi Del, sunshine
WILLIAM T. PAUL
Hi-Y, Dramatics Club.
ADA MARALYN PFENNINGER ' "'N'U"v"""'9"
DAVID L. POPPLEWELL
Choir, Trojan Male Chorus, Hi-Y, French
ROBERT PRITCHETT 1- wi. .4 --' ' "qw"
' HERBERT PRIZEMAN
' Dramatics Club, Curtain Call '48,
II' -'l Phoenix Staff.
:LULA LEE REAVIS
"7 "A" Orchestra, Choir, Fi Del, Prom Queen
I' Attendant, Prom Invitation Committee.
RUSSELL REESE, JR.
KATHERINE LOUISE RICKERT
Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Ticket Committee
Choir, Senior Invitation Committee
Machinists' Club, Drafting Club, Football.
BETTY LEE RITTER
Rosennial Staff, President of Fi Del, Sec-
retary of National Honor Societ Sun-
P Shine Society, Senior Song Committee.
I l PAUL ROBINSON-' '
, if Chairman of Senior Song Commit-
, tee, Hi-Y, Football Manager, Track
President of Hi-Y, Choir, Trojan Male Chorus
Drafting Club, Junior Rotarian.
Projectionists' Club, Trojan Male Chorus.
KEITH E. ROBERTS
ROBERT ROSEBERRY '
Senior Invitation Committee, "A" Band,
Student Council, Phoenix Staff.
BARBARA ALICE SEARS rf ru ' '- ----1
Prom Ticket Committee. .
JAMES SCHETGEN - wx--' 'WJ-
Hi-Y, F.F.A., Football.
HELEN IRENE SHAFFER
Phoenix Staff, Senior Flower Committee,
Prom Reception Committee, Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A.
Fi Del, SunShine Society, Senior Invita-
tion Committee, F.H.A.
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f GEORGE M. SMALL, JR.
Vice-President of National Honor Society.
Hi-Y, Student Council, Canteen Council,
ANNA MARIE SMITH
Phoenix Staff, Senior Flower Committee,
Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, G.A.A.
BERNICE SMITH - Nw-tv -A uni
Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club.
BILL B. SMITH
Machinists' Club, Canteen Council.
Fi Del, SunShine Society, Phoenix Staff,
Senior Invitation Committee, Chairman
of Prom Invitation Committee.
NORMA JEAN SMITH
Phoenix Staif, Tri - Hi - Y, Senior
Flower Committee, Prom Refresh-
Hi-Y, Prom Courtesy Committee.
F.B.L.A., Senior Flower Committee.
Transfer from Howe of Indianapolis.
ROBERT D. STEGNER
Football, Basketball, Junior Rotarian, Hi-Y,
JOETTA ANN STEGNER
, Tri-Hi-Y, SunShine Society, Choir.
1 NORMA JEAN STEWART
Fi Del, Altrusa Girl, SunShine
President of Tri-Hi-Y, Rosennial Staff, Dra-
matics Club, Prom Entertainment Committee,
SIBYL sToUT-- ---1 f-lK4w'
Student Councif Fi Del, SunShine So-
ciety, Rosennial Staff, Dramatics Club.
y NEWTON STRONG
, Machinists' Club.
JOAN LOUISE SUMMERS
Fi Del, SunShine Society, Prom Queen At-
tendant, Prom Decoration Committee, Dra-
SunShine Society, Prom Decoration
French Club, Prom Orchestra Committee,
Purdue Student Assembly.
PAUL LEON TABOR
Ushers' Club, Biology Club.
JAMES STEPHEN TAYLOR
Football, Baseball, Editor of Phoe-
nix, Rosennial Staff, Hi-Y.
Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club.
MARY ALICE TODD -. A 1- ci-.EL
Fi Del, Dramatics Club, SunShine Society,
Prom Entertainment Committee.
SunShine Society, Tri-Hi-Y.
Secretary of Senior Class, Secretary of Junior
-,'Class, Prom Queen Attendant, Secretary of
-K Fi Del, SunShine Society.
' N GENE WAKE
Sergeant-of-Arms of Hi-Y, Prom Deco-
ration Committee, Senior Colors Commit-
tee, Dramatics Club, Drafting Club.
Tri-Hi-Y, SunShine Society, Choir, Dra-
matics Club, Senior Colors Committee.
Harvest Hop Queen, Fi Del, Prom
Trojan Male Chorus.
"A" Orchestra, Fi Del, SunShine So-
ciety, Prom Decoration Committee.
SunShine Society, G.A.A., F.H.A., Dramatics
Club, Prom Entertainment Committee.
ELLEN JANE WILKINSON
Fi Del, SunShine Society, Prom Dec-
oration Committee, Senior Colors
BOBBIE R. WINNINGHAM
F.B.L.A., Prom Invitation Committee.
BETTY JEAN WITHAM
BETTY E. WOOD
F.B.L.A., Senior Invitation Commit-
tee, Spanish Club.
"A" Band, Choir, Hi-Y, Prom Dec-
oration Committee, Trojan Male
Three smiling seniors, Betty
Lou McClain, Raymond Single-
ton, and Charley Davis, are ex-
changing enclosure cards. After
we exchanged cards, we spent
the rest of the day signing Mem-
ory Books. This was truly a
memorable day in our lives as
Each senior class chooses class
colors and the class of 1949 was
no exception. Mary T u r p i n ,
Katherine Rickert, Doyle Sutton,
and Paul Amonett pondered
over their choices, but they
finally decided on Twilight Blue
and Burgundy. The majority of
the class also voted for these
and they became our colors.
Thus, We laid another stepping
stone to the big day-Com-
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Stinson, Patricia Summers,
Marjorie Tapscott, L. B. Tay-
Betty Mettert, Joan Thomp-
son, Harmon Thrasher, Don
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Upchurch, Marian Waldrop.
Sonny Wallace, Jeannette
Wallen, Merrill Wantz, Dick
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Junior Wood, Leah Wood,
Jackie Wright, Betty Zach-
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taryg Marjorie Hall, vice-president, Mrs. Fleet, junior class sponsor, and Don Scott, president.
J. C. Addison, Doris
Agee, .lunior Anderson,
Ray Antle, Stewart
Archey, Julia Arm-
strong, David Ashley,
Gloria Ashton, Billy
Ast, Max Ballard.
Nathalee Bailey, Jean
Banta, Bob Benson, Paul
Benson, Forrest Blan-
sette, J o h n n y Black,
Carol Bledsoe, Sara
Blunk, Erma Boling.
Dwain Booher, Donald
Boram, Arthur Bran-
ham, Lillian Branham,
Keith Brenneman, Dar-
lene Brown, Betty
Browning, Jack Brown,
R a y m o n d Brumfield,
Barbara Buckels, Bob
Frank, Roger Burke,
Thomas Caldwell, Jack
Cannon, Joan Carnes,
Betty Carter, Bill Car-
ter, Ermon Carter, John-
Hobby Cater, Mary Roy
Catt, Rebecca Cattron,
John Chesiek, .loe Cla-
horn, Reba Clark, Junior
Clary, Rir-hard Cochran,
Orlin Coleman, Arnold
Cooper, Joan Dee Coop-
er, Omer Cooney, Mari-
lyn Copeland, Hilda Cox,
Dean Cox. Christine
Crabtree, Bonnie Craig,
Jo Ann Crim. Melba
Cross, Donald Crusan,
Barbara Curlett, Delbert
Dabney, Tom Dailey,
Carl Davis, Robert
Davis. Bob D. Davis,
Mary Davis, Sara
Dickerson, James Dixon,
Tom Durman, Mal Ed-
wards, Paul Elkins, Nel-
lie England, Martha
Estes, Norma Favors,
Mary Ann Fennell.
Bob Fernander, Judy
Fine, Rosalyn Fields,
Richard Flowers. Rod-
ney Ford, Dale Frazier,
Gay Frost, .loan Fulton,
Juanita Gallimore, Ca-
Bob George, Lo u i s e
Gephart. Roy Goar, Tom
Gray, Martha Grayson,
Deloris Green, Anita
Greiner, Joe Griggs,
Betty Grogg, Bobby
Bill Harlen, Henry Hard-
grove, Eugene Harmon,
Donnis Harshey, Bar-
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P h y l I i s Hill, Phyllis
Hines, Jimmie Houser.
.loan Hurlelson, Donna
Huffman, Marlin Hut-
son, Glenn Jarvis, Jane
Jennings, Joan Jones,
Vorma Jones. Joyce Jor-
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Lee, Joe Leakey.
Fern Littrell, Judith
Lovett, Arnold Lowe,
Barbara lluttrell, Bar-
bara Macer, Laberta
Mahaffey, Robert Mal-
com, Richard McCall,
Beverly McClain, Kath-
Bill Mt-Elhaney, Melba
McLane, Mary McLaugh-
lin, Barbara McMillan,
Doris MoNew, Betty
Medalen, Lonnie Mes-
sick, Roddy Miller, Jo-
anne Mitchell, Elsie Mit-
Deloris Moore, Kay
Morris, Patty Morris,
George New, Logan
Niles, Susan Niles, Rar-
bara O'IJell, Don Over,
Barbara Parker, Bill
Parker, Beverly Partain,
Joyce Perdew, Richard
Pickett, Jim Pierce, Don
Platt, Carmeleta Pleas-
ant, Ruth Popplewell, J.
Betty Prizeman, Rich-
ard Pruett, Kenneth Ra-
zor, Tom Rea, Junior
Reagan, Naomi Ref-her,
Barbara Rodiek, Clifford
Rhea, Jeannette Richey,
Jackie Ritchie, Carolyn
Robinson, Abe Roth,
Dale Rouse. Jim Ryan,
Joan Sandlin, Norella
Sehwenk, Nova Sell, Jean
Oma Shelton, Barbara
Shoop, Joanne Sidwell,
Dorothy Slettvet,, Mary
Smith, David E. Smith,
Ralnh Smith, Rosalie
Smith. VVilliam Snedigar,
Idabelle Sorrell, Max
Snizgle, JoAnne Still-
well, Roh Stohler, Junior
Stokes, Don Stonerock,
Doug Stonerock, Lela
Stults, Letha Stults,
Mary Sumoter, Sara
Sutherland, VValter Sut-
ton, Barbara Tabor, Al-
den 'I'arr, Junior Taylor,
Ralnh Taylor. VVanda
Taylor, Mary Thompson,
Duane Tiehenor, Paul
llnehurvh. Donna Lee
Van Buskirk. Emma
Rose Van Dyke, Fred
Van Hoose, Hilda Vin-
rent, Stanley Wadman,
Paula lvalker, Jean
VVallen, .Tack VVarmouth
Evelyn VVelsh. Charles
Vlfilliarns, Judith Wil-
liams. Marilyn Williams,
Ronald Williams. Don
Vvilliamson. Ed Wilson,
Freda Wilt, Kenneth
VVinchester, Kelly Wise.
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It seems that all Trojan fans
are really putting their hearts
into this yell. Jean Morris and
Patty Adkins, yell leaders for
the Junior High section, are
doing their share to help win
this game, While the team gets
a few instructions from Coach
Stuckey. Of course, that is
Don Osborne Walking on his
Junior Wood seems to be put-
ting up a good fight for that
old basketball as he blocks a
Frankfort player, While Tom-
my McFarland and Jerry Ellis
stand by, ready for anything.
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Eugene Atkinson, Joyce Atkinson, Mary
Nellie Back. Keith Bailey, Herbert Baldock,
Wanita Baldock, Peggy Baldock, Emma
Baney, Melbina Barnett, Joe Bath.
Aleen Bays, Shirley Beck, Denver Bell,
Donald Bell, Joan Bennett, Patty Berry, Bob
Bertram, Naomi Bewley.
Jerry Bowman, Dan Boyd, Monte Brammer
Norma Branham, Paul Bray, Beverly Bren-
ner, Sylvia Brinson, Jimmy Brown.
Kenneth Brown, Otis Brown, Cedric Bryant,
Keith Bunch, Elvin Burchett, Marjorie
Burns, Jack Burnside, Steve Burris.
Jill Byard, Dean Byers, Lydia Cain, Betty
Caldwell, Dale Caldwell, Justine Caldwell,
Pat Calland, Janice Campbell.
Jake Campbell, Don Carbon, Mary Carroll,
Ada Carender, Cordell Carnes, Logan Car-
ner, Bernie Carter, Billy Carter.
Janet Carter, Phyllis Cartwright, Albert
Cashdollar, Earl Cassady, Harold Catron,
Jane Cheshire, Peggy Childers, Marcella
Dorothy Cristwell, Mary Claborn, Marion
Clark, Millie Clark, Janice Clarey, Jerry
Dann, James Cline, Doris Coers.
Bill Cochran, Dale Cole, Virginia Couch,
Jane Courtney, Herbert Cox, Phyllis Craig,
Robert Crandell, Gene Crow.
Don Crawley, Mary Culp, Rex Dabney, Ed-
win Dalfron, June Daifron, Horace Dalton,
Judith Dalzell, G. H. Clay.
Everett Davis, Gola Davis, Keith Davis,
Nanette Davis, Shirley Davis, Davey Davis-
son, Jerry Deal, Edna DeHart.
Ernest DeHart, Harold Devine, Michael De-
Witt, Cledeth Dobbs, Dewitt Dobbs, Carol
Dudley, Richard Dungan, Jeannette
Max Edwards, Morris Edwards, Randall El-
wood, Billy Elkins, Clyde Burden, James
Evans, Jackie Fadely, Glenna Fine.
Jean Fi11e, Kay Fine, Randall Fisher,
Yvonne Fisher, Tom Fletcher, Bobby Foster,
Martha Foyst, Bob Fox.
Robert Fox, Gene Harding, Alice Freland,
Barbara Frost, Alice Furbee, Joyce Gar-
rard, Carl Gideon, Elizabeth Ginn.
Marilyn Goar, Phyllis Gooch, Phyllis Gos-
sage, Barbara Gray, Beverly Gregory, Lor-
ene Gregory, Preston Griiiis, Jackie Griggs.
Patty Grogg, Geraldine Habegger, Kenneth
Hagerty, Joyce Hamilton, Beverly Hanning,
Jerry Hardgrove, Gene Harding, Pat Harlen.
Bruce Harris, Terry Harris, Marcia Har-
wood, Nila Harrold, Don Harry, Gail Har-
vey, Frederick Hawk, Jimmie Higgins.
Clenton Hill, Thelma Hill, Virginia Hinton,
Lois Hodson, Lynn Holaday, Daniel Hol-
bert, Russel Hollingsworth, Charles Holtzel.
Gerald H o o p i n g a r n e r , Gloria Hoosier,
Sandra Hoover, Betty Horak, James House,
Delores Houser, Donny Sanders, Tony Huff-
Carolyn Hughes, Miron Hutson, Howard
Jarvis, Martha Jenkins, Bruce Johnson,
Doloris Johnson, Betty Jones, Bill Jones.
Marvin Jones, Keith Johnson, Jackie John-
son, Ruth Johnson, Bobby Koger, Doris
Koughn, Betty Langdon, Annie Laurie.
Billy Lawson. Estabelle Lawson, James Law-
son, Lester Lee, Ronnie Lightfoot, Shirley
Locker, David Lucas, Nancy Luke.
Susanne Lynam, Ruth Lyons, Myra Malott,
Kenneth Marcum, Annis Marks, Elizabeth
Mark, Mary Marks, Barbara Marshall.
Thelma Martin, Bette Mattox, Mary May-
field, Ronald McCormack, Lorene McFar-
land, Jim McGuire, Arthur McKnight, Mari-
Jane McWhorter. Jay Meidor, Frieda Mere-
dith, Donna Miller, Billie Mitchell, Don
Mitchell, Paul Moore, Lucille Moran.
Barbara Morehouse, Hester Morgan, Jeanne
Morris, Shirley Morris, Billy Morrow, De-
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Julia Mundy, Helen Neal, William Neal,
Joan Neeriemer, Jerry Newby, Charline
Nicholas, Donald Olds, Mary Osborne.
Norma Over, Coleen Owens, Don Owens,
Jimmy Owens, Gloria Patterson, Tom Payne,
Georgie Perdue, Don Perkins.
Patricia Peters, Jimmie Phares, Gordon
Pierce, Marvin Turner, Clinton Poore, Rob-
ert Pruett, Donnie Puckett, Joan Purvis.
Jerry Rains, Joyce Raines, Barbara Ramsey,
Barbara Ray, John Ray, Eula Reagan, Jesse
Reagan, Marcha Redick.
Joan Rees, Marvonne Reno, Raymond Reno,
Michael Reuter, Wilma Rickard, Marilyn
Ritenour, Bob Roach, Jackie Roberts.
Lloyd Roberts, Louise
Robinson, Tom Romine, Peggy Roseberry,
Billy Royce, Franklin
Buddy Sanders, Monte
Saunders, Phyllis Scott, Gwendalene Sell,
Magdalene Sell, Norma
Betty Shafer, Willie Mae Sheffield, Franklin
Shelton, Della Smith, Josephine Smith,
Sally Smith, Juanita Smith, Janet Smither-
Agnes Snapp, Annella Snodgrass, Susan
Snedigar, Donald Solomon, Lloyd Sparks,
JoAnn Stephen, Richard Stephens, Betty
Eugene Surber, James Surber, Ronald
Sutherland, Letitia Swindell, Alton Taylor,
Irvin Taylor, Joyce Thomas, Donald
Robert Tichenor, Tommy Tinkle, Jackie
Troxell, Billy Tyree, Robert Usher, Shirley
VanNatta, Ed Walden, Joan Waldrop.
Carlos Wallace, Deloris Walls, Joan Wer-
ling, Russel Weston, Betty White, Mary
White, John White, Jayne White.
Marilyn Whiteman, Jearldine Wilhelm,
Duane Wilkinson, Marie Williams, Helen
Wills, Ronnie Wilson,
Sylvia 'Wister, Anna
Wright, Patsy Young.
Hayiides! Oh how we enjoy them.
at least Charles Rinehart, Maybelle
Crumrine, Martha Lou Johnson, Joe
Carter, and the rest seem to be
enjoying this one.
Waiting for the noon bell to ring are Barbara Macer, Lena Smith, Mary Ada Stoops,
Nancy Stockton, and the others chatting: among themselves.
There must be something interesting over the1'e. At least Herb Bunch and David
Popplewell seem to think so.
Posing for the camera are Junior Stokes, Tom Dailey, and Don Platts.
Pledge time! Here we find a SunShine pledge proposing 'to Junior Anderson.
Glenn Lee and Keith Hinshaw are just watehing: and waiting for the bell to ring.
Smile for the little birdie'-well, Skippy Hamlin, Verna Dalton, Kathern Williams,
and Dona Sowder are smiling anyway.
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Margery Warnock, queen
of Harvest Hop, led the
Grand March with her es-
cort, Jim Reno. Margery
carried a bouquet of red
roses given her by the Hi-Y
The Sun Shine Society
gave their annual dance,
the "Snow Ball" during
Christmas vacation. Sibyl
Stout was crowned queen.
Attracting th e largest
crowd of the year was the
Junior Prom with dancing,
entertainment, and refresh-
ments. It looks like the
refreshments were a
mighty important part of
the fun to Bob Stegner.
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On the village green, politicians Glenn Crane fcandidate for the Democranesj and Charlie
Davis Ccandidate of the Repelican Partyj stressed the importance of a new and glamorous type
of entertainment. Each man introduced versatile entertainers representing his respective
The first to highlight the program was Mary Alice Todd, who tapped to the tune of the
"Dickey Bird Song." Impersonating Al Jolson was the animated, blackfaced Jack Grose.
Jack sang "Mammy" and "California, Here I Come." Nancy Epperson sang "Blue Moon" in
the artistic style that is all her own. Jeanne Harvey, dressed in an oversized nightgown and
hat with a bird cage, sang "Hooray! Hooray! I'm Going Away." Also a success was the duet
of Gene Robinson and Lula Reavis, who sang "The Stars Will Remember."
Jim Dailey, senior class president, is placing a crown of white carnations on the queen,
Bunny Jones, in the upper left picture.
jim, 7943 Plwm, Queen,
She was meant for us
To reign most glorious,
Nature patterned her
And when she was done,
She was then our Prom Queen, and the only one.
She's like a plaintive melody, that never sets
We're content, the angel must have sent her
And we made her our Prorr Queen.
"I crown you, Bunny Jones, Queen of the
1948 Junior Prom"-These Words by Jim
lfailey climaxed the biggest social event of
the year-our wondrous and unprecedented
The queen's six attendants were Audrey
Adams, Eldora Ankrom, Linda Harrison,
Joan Summers, June Wadman, and Lula
Reavis. A White satin banner with "Prom
Attendant '48" in silver lettering was placed
across each girl's formal as she was brought
to the stage by escorts from the junior dra-
Audrey Adams, Eldora Ankrom, Linda Harrison.
Typifying the theme-The Village Green
-large, Willowly trees arrayed with all
shades of green leaves overshaded the gym.
On the dance floor was a White picket fence
enclosing the orchestra of Bob Armstrong.
Above the orchestra hung a large multi-
colored canopy. Adorning the stage to re-
semble a public square were banners, bal-
loons, and streamers.
The seniors of 1949 will never forget the
Wonderful time they had at the Village
Green-the 1943 Junior Prom.
Joan Summers, June Wadman, Lula Reavis.
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Stepping high for NHS in the field of music is our band under the excellent supervision of Mr.
A vital part of NHS school spi1'it, the band is led down the field by John Logan and the seven
majorettes with flags Waving and plumes flying. Playing both popular and classical music, they gave
every fan a thrill between halves at the home-football games. At basketball games, they were all there
above the south basket to add pep and enjoyment to the whole atmosphere throughout the game. The
band gave everything they had to make the pep sessions a success by playing such songs as "Oh, You
Basketballf, and ever faithful '4On New Castle."
The band is always ready to aid the community with such exhibitions as the one presented during the
half of one of the football games for the Community Fund's Red Feather Drive.
Susan Niles, Rosalyn Fields, Nancy Fisher, Pat Daly, Donna Jacobs, Mary Roy Catt, Nina
Gail Modlin, Juanita Baldock, Louis Poindexter, Ronnie Lightfoot, G. C. Thompson, Don
Young, Harold Longworth, Kelly Wise, Bob DeWeese, Roberta Harris, Don Carbon, Roberta
Meeks, Betty McClain, Joyce Thomas.
Joanne Mitchell, Otis Brown, Phyllis Scott, Joanne Bennett, Marilyn Beckett, Fred Hawk,
Marilyn Copeland, Gene Harding, Jane Adams, Eldora Ankrom, Patty Stinson, Charles Preble,
Jack Cannon, Keith Conley, Sally Clift, Jim Ashton, Bob Roseberry.
Mr. Phil Gates, director, Bob Tichenor, Jackie Ritchie, Keith Brenneman, Dale Frazier, Jack
Reese, Don Eastham, Jack De Witt, Letha Stults, Robert Mundy, Duane Tichenor, J. C. Addi-
son, Harold Dye, Tommy Romaine, Porter Poindexter, John Logan.
Herbert Lewis, Lois Brookshire, Doris Koughn, David Warfllow, Gene Bailey, Charles Rine-
hart, Dale Rouse, G. H. Clay, Benny Archie, Jim McGuire.
The Brass Choir was organized
last year by Mr. Gates for the State
PTA Convention at Indianapolis.
Ever since then this group has
played for many occasions. The
iniinbcrs of the Brass Choir are
Harold Longworth, Louis Poindex-
tar, EC-b DeWeese, John Logan,
David Wardlow, Charles Rhine-
hart, J. C. Addison, Porter Poin-
dexter, and Jim McQuire.
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Gail Modlin, Herbert Lewis, Martha Rinard, Joanne Courtney, Delonda Bartuska, Freda Wilt, Marilyn
DeWeese, Joyce Thomas, Nancy Fisher, Lula Reavis, Walter Kluse.
Roberta Harris, Beverly Thorne, Patty Berry, Marilyn Goar, Bob Tichenor, David Wardlow, John Logan,
Albert Cashdollar, Joanne Bennett, Juanita Baldock, Tom Bowers, Harold Franklin, Louie Poindexter, Mary
Tatum, Lois Winslow. '
Rosalyn Fields, Natha Lee Bailey, Dale Rouse, Mr. Phil Gates, Directorg Porter Poindexter, Joanne
Mitchell, J. C. Addison, Charles Rinehart, Gene Harding, Morris Brown, Sally Clift, Marjorie Hall, Marilyn
Ritenour, John Chesick, Marilyn Copeland.
Besides the band, NHS is proud of its orchestra which is also directed by Mr. Gates. The
orchestra plays in full dress at Commencement, Baccalaureate, Crescendo Varieties, and the
class play, in addition to two complete concerts.
Their guest artists have been Mr. George Newton, baritone, and Mary Spaulding, harpist,
from the Indianapolis Symphony.
The string ensemble is just about the
busiest musical group in school. They
play for banquets, church and fraternal
groups, and neighboring commence-
ments as well as the Business and Pro-
fessional Wcmen's annual May Break-
fast. The members of the ensemble are
Gail Modlin, Herbert Lewis, Lula Reavis,
John Chesick, and Marilyn Copeland.
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The choir, under the direction of Mr. George Small, is a vital part of the music department
At Baccalaureate, Senior Vespers, Commenciment, the concerts and many other school ac-
tivities, the choir is always there in its familiar blue and white robes to entertain us with
old and new music, both classical and popular.
Those members of the choir elected to attenil the State Choral Festival at Indianapolis were
Glenn Crane, Bob Mattox, John Logan, Harold Longwcrth. Gene Robinson, Lula Reavis, Keith
Hinshaw, Eldora Ankrom, Sue Meadows, Barbara Curlott, and Barbara Harter.
ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4
Norma Jean Hoosier
Nina Jane Anderson
Betty Gaile Scott
David Popplewell, Forrest Roberts,
Alton Watts, Leon Grear, Don Young,
Bob Mattox, Keith Hinshaw, George
John Logan, Terry Harris, Stewart
Archey, Gene Robinson, Cynthia Neff,
pianistg Harold Longworth, Kenny Bas-
sett, Logan Carnes, Robert Davis.
Harold Dye, Benny Archey, Marvin
Turner, Louis Poindexter, Morris Brown,
Dean Cox, Jimmy Brown, Jerry Raines,
Davy Davidson, Bill Jones.
"Um, Uma, young, and Hay,"
The 1948 class play, "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay," Was a delightful comedy
based on the book by Cornelia Otis Skinner
and Emily Kimbrough and adapted for the
stage by Jean Kerr.
The plot concerns the escapades of Cor-
nelia, played by Pat Armstrong, and Emily,
played by Marilyn Payne, Who were de-
termined to prove how "mature and cos-
mopolitan" they could be on an uproarious
trip to Europe.
On the boat they met two handsome medi-
cal students, played by Frankie Lawson and
Emily, Marilyn Payne, plans and schemes to meet
Dick Winters, a young medical student, Frankie Law-
son, on the boat to Europe.
Jim Collum, who provided the romantic
Barbara Beall, as Mrs. Skinner, and Bill
Thompson, as Otis Skinner the famous
actor, also added to the enjoyment and
hilarity of the play. Others in the cast were
Ruth Ellen Cline, Mary Ann Foyst, Armilda
Romine, J oycele Scott, Patty Ellis, Bob Mat-
tox, Scott Lindley, Joyce Crider, Sue Hilbert,
Phyllis Bunch, Bob Spencer, Arzella Thomp-
son, Gene Hastings, Bob Bavender, and Jerry
Leo McEvoy, Jim Collum, pleads with Cornelia, Pat
Armstrong, in a scene from the '48 class play.
CURTAIN CALL, the dramatics fall variety
show under the direction of Mrs. Louise Deyoe,
played three nights at the high school gym.
Four one-act plays and two skits were given
by the junior and senior dramatics classes.
In "The Three-Timer" pictured in the upper
left corner, Mary Garrard, with the gun, gets
her way as Linda Harrison, Mary Alice Todd,
Edna Stokes, Nancy Harding, and Jeanne Har-
vey look on horrified.
Bud Hawkins is swept off his feet as he talks
to his one and only in the play, "The Great
Allowance Battle." Jo Ann Johnson, as sister,
and Jeff Davis, as the kid brother, think it's
very silly, while Harold Franklin, as Father,
and Lois McFarland, as Mother, wonder what
the younger generation is coming to.
Below, Don Scott, as the toreador, conquers
the bull, played by Janet Harrison and Rosie
Rector, in the play, presented by the juniors-
"El Toreadorf' The senoritas were, from left
to right, Pat Beeman, Jackie Greig, Doria Dann,
Joan Thompson, Pat Clift, Ruth Davis, Verna
Dalton, and Myra Niles.
The other plays presented were Smoky Rides Again", by the senior boys, 'Tm a Fool", by
the 1un1or class and A Modern Wedding a skit presented by the senior girls.
Members of the first semester staff were
first row: left to right, Jack Grose, Charles
McGinnis, Virginia Andrews, Don Osborne, Donna
Greig, Darrell Holloway, Russell Reese, Richard
McCall. Second row: Anna Marie Smith, Helen
Shaffer, Norma Smith, Mary David on. Third
row: Jack Haynes, Jerry Ellis, Jerry Fennell,
Joe Carter, Bob Davis, Jack Frazier, and Gene
67lumm3c in, dctzbn,
Upper Picture-Editors Donna Greig
and Jack Grose re-check the Phoenix for
errors while Charlie McGinnis and Bob
Davis, business managers, look on.
Bottom Picture-Mr. Beguhn and mem-
bers of the printing class are busy trying
to meet the deadline.
Second semester staff was composed of first
row: left to right, Donna Greig, Nancy Smith,
Pat Daly, Jeannette Dobbs, Jeannette Wallen,
Charles McGinnis, Jerry Ellis, Jack Grose.
Second row: Pat Beeman, Virginia Andrews,
Anna Marie Smith, Helen Shaffer, Jerry Fennell,
Herbert Prizeman. Third row: Joe Carter, Bill
Kennedy, Gene Ballcnger, Larry Sherry, Bob
Davis, Bob Roseberry.
Miss Frances Halberstadt is the editorial ad-
visor for the paper, and Mr. Bernhardt Beguhn is
the printing advisor.
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Eight senior boys are chosen each year by
the National Honor Society to be Junior Ro-
tarians. Each boy attends Rotary Club meet-
ings for one month. It is the club's purpose
to acquaint the boys with men of the com-
munity and with the civic problems that will
face them in later life.
Chosen for outstanding activity in such
fields as music and athletics, the Junior Ro-
tarians for the year were Jim Dailey, Octo-
ber, Keith Hinshaw, November, Harold
Longworth, December, Stanley Meek, Janu-
ary, Gene Robinson, F e b r u a r y Q George
Small, March, Bob Stegner, April, and John
Jordan, May. '
A committee of faculty members elected
ten senior girls to attend the meetings of
the Altrusa Club, a civic club for the busi-
nesswomen and teachers of New Castle.
These girls, who have a definite vocation in
mind, are chosen on the basis of probability
to succeed, leadership, service, and dependa-
Altrusa Girls for the year were Bunny
Jones, Norma Jean Stewart, Betty Lou Mc-
Clain, Katherine Rickert, Eldora Ankrom,
Patty Grimes, Edra Conway, Betty Griffin,
Mary Turpin, and Donna Greig.
ROW 1-Left to right
ROW 2-Left to right
ROW 1--Left to right
ROW 2-Left to right
Betty Lou McClain
Norma Jean Stewart
Once a year, whatever the weather, the yearbook appears in NHS, and with it goes the strain and
worry of the staff.
The members of the staff have dashed wildly from place to place on some important business, as they so
proudly called it. They have faithfully endeavored to snap every member of the school, from the Superin-
tendent to the janitor's dog tif there is onej, and, at the risk of the photographerls camera, there has been
an individual picture taken of every teacher, senior, junior, sophomore, and freshman. In this illustrious
and famous book, also appears in detail the accomplishments of the athletes, orators, and dramatists of the
school. In short, the sole purpose of the book is to pieserve in print and pictures the gay high school life
oi New Castle High School.
Although the staH has had to face many difficulties, they have tried to the best of their ability to produce
a year book for the enjoyment of everyone.
This year the staff was completely new, all the way from the staff to the advisor, Miss Frances Halber-
stadt, who has given some wonderful help and ideas.
The hard working staf members have tried to come up to the expectations of the student body by making
the year book snappy and full of pep.
We've tried to make this a record
That is pleasing for all to read,
And portray our high school history,
Both the doer and the deed.
There's lots of room for improvement,
It is far from perfect We know,
But we offer the best of our effort,
Not thinking of pomp and show.
FIRST ROW-Betty Ritter, Bunny Jones, Jeanne Harvey, Jo Ann Johnson, Nancy Begeman, Nancy Hard-
ing, Eva Blackburn, Edna Stokes, Frances Halberstadt, advisor.
SECOND ROW-Bud Hawkins, Johnny Jordan, Bob Davis, Sibyl Stout, Neel Davis, Charles McGinnis,
Larry Barry, Jim Goff, Linda Harrison.
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Upper left-Neel, Larry, Bud and Nancy, staff artists, look over art layouts for our book. Art work on
the opening section and division pages was done by Neel and N . B d
the opening section.
ancy u and Larry were in charge of
Upper right-Jo Ann, editor, and Jim, business
visor. The dummy, first sample of the 1949 Rosennial, was always in demand.
manager, discuss the dummy with Miss Halberstadt, ad-
Lower left-Sibyl, faculty editor, discusses pictures in her section with Miss Halberstadt, While Nan,
activity editor, helps Edna, underclassman editor w'th th A ' ' ' '
club pictures for last-minute corrections.
, 1 e copy. Charles McGinnis, club editor, checks
Lower right-Linda and Betty, senior editors, look over the dummy. Bunny, activity editor, discusses
picture schedules with Jeanne, the picture editor.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1. Jo Ann Johnson, Eldora Ankrom,
Linda Harrison, John Jordan.
Row 2. Jim Dailey, Betty Griffin, Wilma
Gorman, Betty Ritter.
Row 3. Stanley Meek, George Small, Miss
Row 1. Randell Fisher, Donn Bailey, Jerry
Ellis, Albert Cashdollar, Gail Harvey, Mr.
Row 2. Abe Roth, John Black, Bud Haw-
kins, Eldora Ankrom, Marjorie Tapscott,
Row 3. Charles Grubbs, Bunny Jones, Rob-
erta Harris, Nanette Davis.
Row 4. Barbara Ray, Bob George, Duane
Tichenor, Barbara Curlett.
Row 1. Joan Thompson, Mary Alice Todd, June
Wadman, Cynthia Neff, Jeanne Harvey, Betty
Ritter, Bunny Jones, Linda Harrison, Eva Black-
burn, Donna Greig.
Row 2. Donna Jacobs, Eldora Ankrom, Nancy Iter-
man, Jo Ann Johnson. Barbara Pate, Jfan Sum-
mers, Lula Reavis, Norma Stewart, Ellen Jane
Wilkinson, Nancy Smith, Nancy Begeman.
Row 3. Pat Beeman, Delonda Bartuska, Jane Shaul,
Marjorie Hall, Katherine Williams, Joyce Robin-
son, Dona Sowder, Janet Harrison, Pat Pahmier,
Dee Ann Jessup.
Row 4. Myra Niles, Jeannette Wallen, Margaret
Antle, Verna Dalton, Lola Bittner, Marilyn Craw,
Jackie Greig, Delores DeWerpe, Pat Summers.
Row 5. Marjorie Warnock, Joan Moody, Skip Ham-
lin, Doria Dann, Virginia Andrews, Donna Gau-
chat, Hilda Broyles, Mary Garrard, Sharon Aaron.
Row 1. Phyllis Craig, Jackie Ritchie, Eunice Furbee,
Sylvia Wister, Marilyn McMillen, Pat Clift, Joan
Courtney, Leah Wood Dorothy McMil1 R
, an, osetta
Rector, Janet Carter, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Forsyth.
Row 2. Ch' t' '-
11S ine Ciabtree, Donna Huffman, Glenna
Fine, Barbara Tabor, Barbara Wiley, Peggy Chil-
ders, Joan Jones, Glenna Perdew, Elaine Packard,
Jeannette Dobbs, Nancy Smith, Marilyn Waldrop.
Row 3. Beverly Partain, Kay Fine, Dorothy Coch-
ran, Barbara McMillan, Helen Shaffer, Beverly
McClain Barbara Reddick N th
- , , a a Lee Bailey, Bar-
Row 4. Barbara Hatfield, Phyllis Thornburg, Joan
Carnes, Wilma Rickard, Barbara Sanders, Joan
Moody, Joyce Hamilton, Alice rurbee.
Row 5. Helen Parker, Tresa Martin, Chris Porter,
Patty Peters, Barbara Moystner Delores K h
, U nv
Row 6. Dorothy Sletvett, Patty Morris, Barbara
Horack, Joan White, Joyce Sanlin.
Row 7. Phyllis Cartwright, Judy Dalzell Martha
Snapp, Christine Crabtree, Mary Claborn, Kay
Vores, Ruby Vincent.
Senior Hi-Y Club
Row 1. J. Spiggle, B. Haw-
kins, S. Taylor, D. Young,
G. Small, V. Beck, C.
Grubbs, K. Hinshaw, G.
Wake, J. Jordan, G. Crane,
Row 2. H. Longworth, J.
Dailey, P. Robinson, B.
George, S. Meek, J. Leakey,
R. Singleton, H. Dye, T.
Moore, B. Jones, B. Ken-
nedy, J. Schetgen.
Row 3. B. Stegner, B. Paul,
D. Land, C. McGinnis, B.
Brammer, B. Franklin, D.
Bailey, E. Bailey, R. Ba-
vender. B. Mattox.
Row 4. G. Craig, J. Golf, B.
Davis, H. Lewis, J. Crow,
D. Flowers, D. Popplewell,
Row 5. K. Hodgin, N. Davis,
J. Carter, H. Bunch, L.
Sherry, C. Davis, J. Ellis,
T. McFarland, D. Scott, B.
Lee, D. Eastham.
Row 6. B. Palmblade, C.
Cooper, W. Kluse, J. Logan,
B. DeWeese, V. Bell.
Questers' Hi-Y Club
Row 1. M. Sanders, T. Huff-
man, D. Harry, A. Cooper,
R. Fisher, S. Burris, C.
Preble, J. C. Addison.
Row 2. B. Archey, T. Rea, T.
Payne, P. Stoops, B. Ast,
M. Edwards, J. Chesick, D.
L u C a s, D. Caldwell, H.
Caldwell, G. Crow, J.
Rouse, J. Newby, J. Crim,
O. Brown, C. Rinehart.
Row 3. P. Poindexter, T.
Harris, B. Tichenor, D.
Wilkinson, M. Brammer, J.
Row 4. K. Anderson, D. Cald-
well, D. Byers, G. H. Clay.
Row 5. B. Fox, C. Bryant, A.
McKnight, Mr. Bickley.
Tri Hi-Y Club
Row 1. J. Tinkle, B. Scott, C.
Mathews, E. Stokes, L.
Dicken, H. Goar, B. Harter,
B. Griffin, P. Lorton, Miss
Row 2. J. Denny, D. Cochran,
H. Shaffer, R. Rector, N.
Smith, J. Stegner, B.
Brooks, N. Harding.
Row 3. H. Lacy, B. Hatfield,
B. Harding, B. Higgins, B.
B a k e r, B. Caldwell, B.
Row 4. E. Daffron, G. Green,
B. Gorman, L. Wood, G
Modlin, H. McSherry, W
Halfacre, J. Bishop, A
Pfenninger, T. Johnson, K
Rickert, D. Poore, M. Da-
Row 1. Evelyn Hamlin, Pat
Clift, Joyce Robinson, Doris
Davis, Wanda Taylor, Janet
Carter, Evelyn Johnson.
Row 2. Helen Parker, Glenna
Fine, Ruth Hiner, Phyllis
Sneed, Eunice Furbee, Jane
Shaul, Miss Jones, Miss
Roney, Mrs. Smith.
Row 3. Sara Masengale, Mar-
jorie Clevenger, P e g g y
Roseberry, Phyllis Coffman,
Row 4. Jane Adams, Mary
Rose Marks, Emma Rose
Van Dyke, Eldora Ankrom,
Row 1. Jim Moody, Dwight
Reichert, Thornton Mur-
phy, Jim Davis, Don Ever-
Row 2. Mr. Lee, Paul Hoop-
ingarner, Bob Ledgerwood,
Don Tower, Bill Smith.
Row 3. Gene Rigney, Alan
Fisher, Bill Bledsoe, Don
Hoopingarner, Don Smith,
L. B. Taylor.
Row 4. Mahlin Wiles, Johnny
Shepperd, Jack Juday, Paul
Ingerman, John Phelps.
Row 5. Newton Strong, Bob
Absent. Ed Lowe, Levi
The couples shown here are
all set for a good time on
the Hi-Y Hayride. It is an
annual event that is held in
the early part of September.
Row 1. Donna Miller, Phyllis
Hines, Barbara Buckles,
B a r b a r a Macer, Susan
Niles, Cynthia Shirk, Betty
Prizeman, Joan Dee Coop-
er, Virginia Wilson, Pat
Clift, John Jordan, Bob
George, Kay Morris, Miss
Row 2. Jeanne Harvey, Linda
Harrison, Bonnell Morrow,
Mary Garrard, Gloria Ash-
ton, Beverly Brenner, Bar-
bara Curlett, Martha Jen-
kins, Gail Harvey.
Row 3. Sibyl Stout, Donna
Clary, J a n et H a rrison,
Eunice Furbee, Marceline
Burch, Marjorie Tapscott,
Naomi Recher, Donna Van
Buskirk, Barbara Akers,
Row 4. Donn Bailey, Joe
Leakey, Charles Preble,
Sonny Wallace, Tom Gray,
N o bl e Wickliff, Randall
Fisher, Monte Brammer,
Macy Taylor, Jr.
Row 1. Nancy Fisher, Joan
Moody, Deloris DeWerpe,
D el o n d a Bartuska, Jane
Ann Jennings, F 0 r r e s t
Blansette, Bob Davis, Mrs.
Row 2. Don Scott, Stan Wad-
man, Yvonne Fisher, Mari-
lyn Goar, Joyce Perdew,
Emma Rose Van Dyke, Abe
Row 3. Walter Sutton, Duane
Tichenor, Bob Riley, Doyle
Sutton, David Popplewell,
Future Business Leaders
Row 1. J. Adams, M. Taylor,
F. Kennedy, L. Dicken, L.
McFarland, M. Snedigar, G.
Irwin, B. Higgins, B. Win-
ningham, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs.
Row 2. L. Stults, E. Furbee,
L. J. Harvey, B. Harding,
L. Wood, L. Stailey, C.
York, K. McGaha.
Row 3. R. E. Blunk, B. Har-
ter, H. McSherry, G. Mod-
lin, J. Robinson, J. Harri-
son, J. Tinkle, J. Denny.
Row 4. B. Kennedy, B. Par-
tain, L. Stults, B. Wood, R.
Rector, E. Conway.
Row 5. C. White, G. Sharp,
R. Dungan, D. Jordan, S.
Row 6. P. Evans, J. Elmore,
Row 1. Albert Williams, Ber-
nard Carter, Paul Moore,
Charles Niles, Dale Bond,
Charles Wallace, Tom
Moore, Mr. Weekly.
Row 2. Richard Cochrane,
Gene Crow, Bobby Grose,
Bobby Huse, Jackie Fadely,
Irvin Taylor, Dale Fadely,
Row 3. Bill Tyree, Jim
Wages, Carlos Wallace, Bob
Malcom, Logan Niles, Don
Wallace, Fred Johnson.
Row 4. David Moore, Tom
McFarland, Bob Benson,
Myron Hutson, Dick Bav-
Row 5. David Ashley, Dick
Row 1. Sue Meadows, Alice
Furbee, Marjorie Tapscott,
Eunice Furbee, Paul Ben-
son, Marilyn Beckett, Kelly
Wise, Phillip Evans, Mr.
Row 2. Jim Crow, Randall
Fisher, Nina Jane Ander-
son, Barbara Sanders, Le-
titia Swindell, Frieda Wilt,
Jane Ann Jennings, Bar-
Row 3. Herbert Cox, James
Brizentine, Carl Davis ,
Mary Culp, Barbara Gor-
man, Lois Winslow.
Row 4. Louis Poindexter,
Lloyd Clayborn, Arthur
B r a n h a m, Jack Brown,
Insert. Mr. Max Forsyth,
It looks like fun for mem-
bers of SunShine and their
dates at their annual hay-
ride held in October. After
the hayiide, it was "swing
your partner" at an old-fash-
ioncd barn dance.
ow 1 K Roberts J Brown,
H Cline D Land L. Watt,
G. Robinson, J. Frazier.
ow 2. D. Crum, J. Elam, K.
Hinshaw, J. Juday, T. Mur-
phy, D. Clark, D. Fennell.
Row 3. J. Cannon, H. Ken-
dall, B. Harlan, P. Elkins,
Row 4. G. Land, J. Flowers,
R. La Boyteaux.
Sunshine Society 1
Row 1. J. Jennings, M. Low-
ery, J. Harvey, J. Fine, P.
Craig, B. Akers, B. Buckles,
P. Clift, B. Higgins, D.
Cowan, E. S t o k e s, E.
Blackburn, F. Bono, M.
Hall, M. Grayson.
Row 2. M. Johnson, S. Stout,
R. Fields, N. Fisher, P.
Gooch, S. Locker, B. Cur-
lett, L. Gephart, J. Crim,
J. Cooper, M. Fennell, M.
Burch, J. Moody, S. Hoov-
er, V. Wheeler, M. Jenkins,
Row 3. D. Jessup, M. Catt,
R. Turpin, M. Copeland, M.
Rinard, L. Bittner, N. Da-
vis, B. Brenner, C. Robin-
son, D. Greig, F. Kennedy.
Row 4. D. DeWerpe, B. Ma-
cer, M. Craw, N. Anderson,
M. Beckett, J. Adams, E.
Conway, N. Begeman, Mrs.
Row 5. S. Aaron, N. Bailey,
E. Ankrom, N. Kautz, M.
Cross, B. Craig, A. Griner,
J. Huddleson, N. Iterman.
Row 6. J. Greig, J. Carter,
J. Fine, K. Fine, M. Goar,
S. Hamlin, D. Johnson, P.
Sunshine Society 11
Row 1. J. Werling, P. Win-
ningham, J. Troxall, M.
Hall, J. Robinson. K. Wil-
liams, N. Smith, D. Miller,
L. Swindell, B. Ritter, J.
Ritchie, B. Wiley.
Row 2. J. Shaul, P. Pahmier,
M. Todd, B. Pate, C. Neff,
J. Summers, L. Smith, M.
Stoops, N. Stockton, P.
Stearns, L. Harrison, B.
R .' . , .
Jones, B. Moystner, P.
Peters, M. Osborne.
Row M. McMillen, J.
Reece, B. Stohler, B. Ram-
sey, S. Morris, M. Sumpter,
N. Recher, B. Thorne, D.
McNew, S. Wister, D
Row 4. D. Sowder, V. Wilson
B. Wantz, N. Spiggle, B
Medalen, B. Shafer, M
Whiteman, P. Walker.
Row 5. J. Harrison, C. Math-
ews, B. Mitchell, B. Scott
I. Sorrow, J. Sidwell, S
Niles, P. Summers.
Row 6. A. Snodgrass, J
Hamilton. S. Snedigar, L
Hodson, B. Sanders.
Row 1. Tom Durman, Junior
Stokes, Betty Medalen, Bev-
erly Partain, Kelly Wise,
Barbara Sanders, Martha
Lou Johnson, Martha Gray-
son, Miss Pogue.
Row 2. Paul Benson, Mary
Ann Fennell, Dee Ann Jes-
sup, Sharon Aaron, Delores
DeWerpe, Nancy Fisher,
Betty M e t t e rt, Jackie
Row 3. Bob Jones, Marilyn
Craw, Jean Banta, Doris
McNew, Jo Ann Crim, Vir-
ginia Andrews, Melba Mc-
Row 4. Mal Edwards, Jackie
Greig, Doria Dann, Patty
Berry, Sylvia Wister, Pa-
tricia Kelly, Betty Wood.
Row 5. Arthur Branham,
Max Ballard, Morris Ed-
Tri Hi-Y Initiation
Row 1. Margaret Snedigar,
Erma Hill, Patty Grimes,
Dorothy Cochran, Kather-
ine Richert, Betty Wantz,
Row 2. Evelyn Daffron, Betty
Morris, Charlotte Mathews,
Betty Gail Scott, Phyllis
Harry, Thomasena John-
son, Ada Pfenninger, Jerry
Tinkle, Jean Denny.
Row 3. Leah Wood, Helen
McSherry, Barbara Gor-
man, Betty Harding, Nina
Carter, Bonnie Baker, Ro-
setta Rector, Barbara Hat-
field, Mary Taylor.
Standing. Barbara Harter,
Henrietta G o a r , Louise
D i c k e n, Phyllis Lorton,
Edna Stokes, Nancy Hard-
ing, Gail Modlin, Betty
Griffin, Joetta Stegner, Miss
Fi-Del Formal Initiation
Row 1. Jo Ann Johnson,
Joan Summers, Marjorie
W a r n o c k, Betty Ritter,
Cynthia Neff, B a r b a r a
Pate, June Wadman.
Row 2. J e a n n e Harvey,
Nancy Iterman, Mary Alice
Row 3. N a n c y Begeman,
Linda Harrison, N o r m a
Stewart, Ellen Jane Wilkin-
son, Hilda Broyles, Nancy
Smith, D o n n a Gauchat,
Bunny Jones, Lula Reavis,
Farel Bono, Eldora Ank-
rom, Donna Greig, Mrs.
jluz. Kantccn, Kamal
The canteen council of "Club Troy" has
accomplished many things this past year.
The boys on the csuncil painted the walls a
light green and the ceiling an off shade of
white, while the girls cleaned the rooms. A
coke dance was held'along with several
parties and swims.
The officers of "Club Troy" are Bunny
Jones, president, Joe Carter, vice-president,
Pat Clift, secretary, and Charles Grubbs,
treasurer. The club sponsors are M. Howard
Bramrner, Mrs. Max Forsyth, and Mrs. Mar-
The council is made up of members of
the various clubs and organizations. It makes
rules and regulations, sees that they are en-
forced, and takes charge of "Club Troy" in
"Club Troy" is open three nights a week
to its members-Wednesday, Thursday, and
Friday nights. Memberships were sold by
members of the council. Swims are held
every Wednesday at 7:00 P. M.
Row 1. Linda Harrison, Betty Ritter, Barbara Sanders, Nina Jane Anderson, Randall Fisher, Johnny Jordan,
Bunny Jones, Bill Smith, Bud Hawkins.
Row 2. Marilyn Armacost, Pat Clift, Skip Hamlin, Charles Grubbs, Sylvia Wister, Doris McNew, Joe Carter.
Row 3. Mr. Parsons, Donn Bailey, George Small, Louie Poindexter, Jim Crow.
Hmmm, Klub Jfwy.
Every Wednesday evening
the Canteen Council holds a
swimming party. Members
usually swim from 7:00 to
9:00. Here you get a glimpse
of them in action.
The C 0 ca C ola Bottling
Company held a "Coke" party
for the students of N. H. S.
Everyone is gurgling coke and
One of the Hrst bonnres
that N. H. S. had had in a
long time was after the
mighty "Trojans" had tied
Muncie Central. The entire
city celebrated that night.
QTopJ Tom Moore looks on while Miss Ratcliffe measures Bar-
bara Gorman for her cap and gown.
fBottomJ Abe Roth crowns Sibyl Stout queen of the "Snow
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER
G.A.A. Freshman Party
Senior Class Organization
SunShine Rough Initiation
SunShine Formal Initiation
Fi Del New Member Banquet
Machinist Club Hayride
Fi Del Rough Initiation
Fi Del Formal Initiation
SunShine Hayride and Barn Dance
Fi Del Hayride
NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER
American Education Week
Hi-Y District Conference
SunShine Thanksgiving Tea
SunShine "Snow Ball" Dance
Christmas Vacation Began
Fi Del Reunion
New Castle fans are tense as the Trojans battle on their home
Some of the energetic N.H.S. students enjoy a romp in the snow.
Cokcs were free and food was plentiful at the big fourth birth-
clay party of Club Troy, our canteen.
JANUARY AND FEBRUARY MARCH AND APRIL
January 1 March 5
New Year's Tourney Regional Tourney
January 11 March 12
College Guidance Conference Semi-Final Tourney
January 24 March 16
SunShine Party Fi Del Mother and Daughter Banquet
January 25 March 26
Exams State SunShine Convention
February 12 March 29
Fi Del Hearts Hop Hi-Y Best Girl Banquet
February 15 April 7, 8, 9
Hi-Y Father and Son Banquet Senior Class Play
February 24 April 15
Sectional Tourney Spring Vacation
February 26 April 28
Phoenix Tourney Trot SunShine Ideal Lady Party
MAY AND JUNE
Fi Del Lettermen's Banquet
Athletic Award Day
SunShine Senior Party
G.A.A. Senior Banquet
National Honor Society Banquet
Hi-Y Mother and Son Banquet
JU NIOR PROM
L May 25
P.T.A. Commencement Dance
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Assistant Coach Bobby Lee, Coach Langan Hay, B Team Coach Walter Hassfurder, Don
Smith, Jerry Ellis, Herbert Bunch.
Jim Schetgen, Bob Stegner.
Keith Hodgin, Stanley Meek.
Jim Dailey, Jack Warmouth, Gerald Archey.
Jack Alexander, Tom Dailey, Charles Jones, Dick Whalen, Jack Wright.
Bob Justice, John Cassidy, Don Tower, Tom McFarland, Steve Taylor.
'To the victors belong the spoils." That is the old saying which was put to use by this
year's football team.
The trophy you see in the picture above is just one of the "spoils," Each of the first
twenty men on the varsity received a little bronze medal and a green jacket with a white
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saying, N. C. C. Champs.
ln addition to the awards, the boys were f eted at many banquets.
it was a happy bunch of boys that took showers after the Marion game. They had just
finished an undefeated season. If you think that is an easy job, ask Coach Hay.
Not much more can be said that hasn't already been said, except, we will never forget
'48,' football team.
THE TROJANS' TRAIL N. C. C. STANDING
Castle 25 ........,,,...,... Hartford City 13 .
Castle 26 . . .,.. Columbus 7 New Castle Wim Lgst Tied
Castle 13. . , ..., Richmond 12 Lafayette A ' ' 4 0, 1
Castle 37. . , . . Connersville 2 Franlifort A Q A 1 3 1 0
Castle 32. , . . . . Anderson 20 Tech .... . . . . 3 2 0
Castle 7 ..... .,.....,. T ech 0 M,ari0n '-4' - A 3 3 0
Castle 34 ...,. . , . Huntington 13 gfllgggsgld ' ' ' ' 3 3 3
Castle 20. . . ..... Muncie 20 Anderson ' I I r 0 6 0
Castle 19. . . . . . Marion 14 Logansport , . . . . 0 4 0
Walter Hassfurder, assistant
coach, L a n g a n Hay, football
coach, and Bobby Lee, track
coach, all pitched in to make a
Pow 1. Cassidy, Schetgen, Jones, Crane, Alexander G. Ar h H d
, c ey, o gin, Justice, J. Dailey, Taylor, Meek
S ' '
tegnei, T. Dailey, Hay.
Row 2. Hassfurder, McFarland, Smith, Whalen, Ginn, Bunch, DeWitt, Tower, Ellis, Wright, Wiles, Down
ing, Bassett, Moody.
3. Lee, Turner, Sweigart, Stokes, Edwards, Burke Platts Stohler Ford Williamson S Arche Sc tt
7 ! ! 7 7 ' yi 0
Sutherland, Warmouth, L. B. Taylor, Simmons.
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Jim Dailey and Jerry Ellis, co-
captains, talk over the experiences
they and the team have had
throughout the season with Head
Coach Langan Hay. Jim, a senior,
gained 772 yards on the ground for
an 8 yard per try average, while
Jerry led the Trojan backs with
930 yards for a 10 yard try aver-
Don Crawley and
Junior Anderson, the
ever present managers,
did most of the work
and sweating when it
came to taking care of
the uniforms and lock-
"Meet the Challenge." That was the battle cry
of head football coach, Langan Hay. "His Boys"
did meet the challenge. The Mighty Trojan team
came through their season undefeated in nine starts.
The record: eight wins against one tie. Under the
guidance of Coach Hay and assistant coaches, Lee
and Hassfurder, the team now sports a proud record.
As the season opened the Trojans entertained the
Hartford City Airdales. The Haymen didn't lose
any time in getting down to business, and when
the Airdales left their heads were still ringing to
a sweet little tune that said, New Castle 25-Hart-
ford City 13.
Pointing our binoculars south, we focused our
sights on a town called Columbus. It was a sad
Friday night as the Columbians watched their team
being drubbed into the ground by a fast and charg-
ing New Castle team. The next day the Columbus
paper said, "New Castle has one of the best lines
we have ever seen." But that thought was passed
to one side when we thought of the score, New
Castle 26-Columbus 7.
Now at long last we were getting back some of
the prestige that we lost last year and becoming
a little "cocky." Richmond almost took the wind
out of our sails, but we managed to squeeze past
them. It was a hard-fought game with Jim Dailey
dropping that much talked about touchdown pass.
That pass was overshadowed by only one thing,
the score, New Castle 13-Richmond 12.
Not to be misled any more by the reports on how
weak a team is, we settled down and sent Conners-
ville reeling the next Friday. They never knew
what hit them, and we were still looking for Trojan
backs after the game had ended. The score, New
Castle 37-Connersville 2.
During football season, Anderson, New Castle,
and rain seemed to go together. We paid a visit to
the Anderson war grounds and left the Indians
scalpless. This game, one of the roughest games
for the Troy Men throughout their whole campaign,
marked our fifth victory, New Castle 32-Ander-
With five victories behind us, we donned our
traveling outfits and headed for the Tech of Indian-
apolis stadium. It was a hot Friday afternoon and
we weren't at our best. Fancy stuff wouldn't work
so the ball was fed to "Big" Tom Dailey and he
plowed for our only marker, New Castle 7-Tech 0.
The last home game of the season was now on
hand with Huntington paying us a visit. We made
up our minds to give the fans a good show. The
line displayed good blocking while the backs fur-
nished the Urazzle-dazzle." Not once were we
obliged to punt, New Castle 34-Huntington 13.
Our game with the Muncie Bearcats almost
knocked us out of the conference race. The Trojans
went into the game a little shaky and played Mun-
cie the first half with the Cats ahead 13 to nothing.
In the second half we played football and made one
of the best comebacks ever accomplished by a high
school team, New Castle 20-Muncie 20.
It was now time for our last game of the season
and it had to be a win in order for us to tie with
Lafayette. In the Marion game we made another
spectacular comeback and this time we were 2
points behind with 35 seconds to go when they
kicked off to us. There were 11 Trojan savages out
there on the Held and four plays later "The Mighty
Trojans" were on top as the game ended, New
Castle 19-Marion 14.
Row 1. J. Schetgen, G. Archey, R. Justice, and J. Alexander, row 2. J. Dailey, S. Taylor, and G. Crane,
row 3. R. Stegner, C. Jones, and S. Meek.
Left to Right, Row 1.
Don Smith-Ei'10"-175 lbs.f'tSmitty" was one of the
best tackles on the line this year and was outstand-
ing on defense. Don, a junior, will be back next year
and is expected to have a wonderful time in the
Steve Taylorf5'l0"-150 lbs.-lmported from New Jer-
sey, Steve finished his third year of varsity ball.
"Joisey," center for the past two years, will be
missed next year when the call goes out to start
Jim Daileyf5'll"-1655 lhs.-Jim, another senior, had
the eyes of a few college coaches and he kept those
eyes open with his spectacular runs. .lim made the
fourth all-state team. Many of the boys have played
their last game, but not this athlete. VVatch for
him in the future.
Dick WVhalen-6'2"-170 lbs.-"Hands" was our quarter-
back and passer. Passerfdoes that sound familiar
when his name is mentioned? lf it doesn't. just
look at the newspaper statistics and you will see
why this junior was the top quarterback of the
Rodney Ford-5'11"-160 lbs.-Rod, our sophomore end,
didn't see too much action this year but look for him
in the future to be out there giving it all he's got.
Jack VVright46'-155 lbs.-"Rabbit" was our defensive
halfback. Defensive halfback is exactly right too.
lieeaiise he was tops in that league. Knocking down
enemy passes was his specialty.
.lohn Cassidyf5'l0"il70 lbs.-John was one of the
best guards on defense and offense. Only a sopho-
more this year, he can be expected in the lineup for
the next two years.
.Iavk Alexander--5'9"-145 lbs.4"Alex" was underrated
at the start of the season, but you can't keep a good
man down. .lack played his last year at halfback
and saw most of his action on defense.
Jim Sc-hetgen-5'10"-160 lbs.4'l'he position of right
p.:'uard was held by this senior who was one of the
hardest iisrhters and cleanest men on the team. When
this boy ran interference, he was a welcome sight
for the backs.
Stanley Meek-6'1"-170 lbs.-Stan starred in his senior
year at tackle and received honorable mention on
the all-state team. NVith Stan out of that line there
will be a hole to fill next year.
Jim Mooc'y-5'7"-130 lbs.-James was one of the small-
est men on the varsity. If .lim listens to Hay, he
will more than likely be a frreat quarterback.
Tom McFarland--5'l1"-165 lbs.-"Mach was what We
called an all-around player. He could play almost
any position ou the team, but the position in which
he starred was end. This boy, only a junior, will be
back next year to see what he can do about having
a winning team.
Left to Right, Row 1:
.lack VVarmouth-5'10"-165 lbs.QJack, the new mayor
of Oak Grove, played his sophomore year at end and
didn't see too much ac-tion. NVith two more years to
go, he will more than likely prove that he belongs on
the tirst eleven.
Keith Hodgin-6'-160 lbs.-Keith was one of the best
ends in the conference and was a tough boy to get
around. Finishing his high school career at end, he
received honorable mention on the all-state team-
a fitting end for a great athlete.
Toni Dailey-6'-180 lbs.-"Big" Tom was one of the
biggest and roughest men on the squad this year.
YVhen it came to the point where we absolutely
needed the yardage, the ball was given to Tom. Just
a sophomore, he has two more years of football at his
reserved position, fullback.
Bob Justice-5'9"-140 lbs.-Bob, a senior, finished his
high school career at Center and he will always be
remembered by his teammates for his never-say-die
Row 2 I
Gerald Archey-5'11"-160 lbs.-Speed and this boy went
together. He was the fastest man on the squad
when he wanted to be. Gerald, playing his last year
at guard, turned in his best game during the Ander-
son fracas. U
Roger Burke-5'7"-140 lbs.-"Bog," who is just a
sophomore, seemed to get along in the guard spot
and in the future you can look for this boy to be in
lion Tower-6'-150 lbs.-Don, or as his teammates call
him. "VVong," never heard of the terms "die" or
"quit," A junior, he will be back next year to try
to take over the quarter-backing of the team.
Herbert liunt-hgti'1"-170 lbs.-Herb, an end, turned in
one of the finest performances of the season in the
Munrie game. He also caught the tying touchdown.
He will be back next year to show the old-timers
how it is done. He is a junior.
Bob Stegner-6'-160 lbsf-"Preacher" was a mild man
when he wasn't in uniform. Get that, when not in
uniform. Bob finished his last year of football at
Glen Crane-5'9"-150 lbs.-Glen played his first vear
of football this year, which also was his last year.
Playing halfback, he received the credit that was
due to him.
Jerry Ellis.-5'10"-160 lbs.-Jerry was the leading
ground gainer for the Trojans this year and made
the fourth team all-state. Since he's just a junior,
you can look for this flashy back next year.
Charles Jones-5'11"-225 lbs.-"Tink" completed his
gridiron career at NHS with a bang and the Marion
Giants are still looking for the bomb that hit them
that fateful Friday night. Not to be forgotten was
his election to the second team all-state.
Coach Hay gives co-
captains Dailey 135 and
Ellis 1155 last minute
instructions before the
last half starts. Tay-
lor 145 is listening on
one side of Hay, while
from left to right,
Bunch, Stokes, Up-
church, Bassett an d
Ginn follow suit.
Jerry Ellis with the
ball is scooting around
end for a 40 yard gain.
On the ground is Dick
Whalen, after throwing
a beautiful block into
Forming Ellis' interfer-
ence is Jim Schetgen
1175, Tom Dailey 1165,
and Herb Bunch 165.
Row 1. Jerry Ellis, Jack Wright, Keith Hodging ro 'J 2. Calvin Cooper, Paul Robinson, Dick Whalen,
row 3. Don Scott, Mal Edwards, Tom Dailey, Roger Burke, standing. Jim Moody, Bobby Lee, coach,
Junior Anderson, Herbert Bunch, Jim Dailey, Gerald Archey, Don Smith.
THE TROJAN TRACK TEAM
Track is one of the sports in which N H S par-
ticipates that nobcdy seems to know much about. Al-
though the success of the Trojans on the cinders has
been rather mediocre, the boys have been out work-
ing hard each spring. Jim Dailey, one of the best
middle distance runners in the state, won state-wide
acclaim for his ability in track. Jerry Ellis received
honors for his high jumping record. Ellis, an all-
round Trojan athlete, also ran the 100 yd. dash and
the 200 yd. low hurdles.
Calvin Cooper excelled in the 880 yd. run while
Tom Dailey developed into an expert shot putter.
Jack Wright ran the mile and Kenney Bassett was
the boy in the pole vault.
Among others who played an important role in the
Trojan campaign a year ago were Keith Thurman,
Mal Edwards, Keith Hodgin, Gerald Archey, Dick
Whalen, Herb Bunch, Roger Burke, Paul Robinson,
John Cassidy, and Stewart Archey.
Following is the 1948 Trojan track team record:
New Castle 45 Connersville 65
New Castle 75 Knightstown 44Vg, Spiceland 385
New Castle 59 Rushville 73, Middletown 15
New Castle 56 Hartford City 74
Besides these meets the Trojan tracksters Hnished
last in the Muncie relays and also Hnished tenth in
the North Central Conference meet.
jfwjam, J1ww.eL to Sami- Mala,
Row 1. Don Cassady, Bob Hedrick, Jim Dailey, Keith Hodging row 2. Junior Wood, Dick Whalen, Herbert
Bunch, Don Tower, row 3. Calvin Cooper, Jack Wright, Coach Stuckey, Tom McFarland, Jerry Ellis.
THE TROJANS' TRAIL
Although the season's record of the '49 Trojans
was not what the sportswriters of the state said it
would be, the boys enjoyed a highly successful sea-
son. Including tourney games they compiled a 17
wan and 11 lost record. Mirli k'Jack Rabbit" Wright
and Jerry "Buck" Ellis powering the offense and
Jim Dailey and "Pete" Whalen leading the defense,
the terrific Trojans fought their way to the finals
of the semi-finals, before succumbing to an inspired
Connersville was the first team to feel the Trojans'
power, when the Troymen came home on the long
end of a 50-31 score. Anderson's Indians and Tech
of Indianapolis tripped the Stuckymen, before Burris
of Muncie was defeated, 49-45, as Jack Wright
poured in 31 points. Next, was an overtime defeat
at the hands of Greensburg, 53-51. The boys in
green edged out Richmond, 48-47, but the following
week they took it on the chin from the Muncie
Bearcats, 44-42. The Trojan warriors removed
the roar from the Rushville Lions, 49-35, but took
a beating at the hands of Jefersonville, 51-41. New
Castle walloped the Bulldogs from Columbus, 63-41,
during the holidays. The Green and White broke
even in two games at the annual Big Four Tourney.
Defeated by Kokomo, 46-45, in the afternoon, the
Stuckeymen overwhelmed Logansport, 51-36. It
was Kokomo on top, 36-345 but the Trojan team
took the measure of Frankfort, 39-35. After being
defeated by Richmond, the Trojans ran up three
straight wins-over Marion 41-303 over Logansport,
49-433 and over Muncie Central, 32-29. The Troy-
men completed their regular season play by losing
to Lafayette and Anderson.
The Trojans experienced little difficulty in rolling
over sectional opposition, taking the final game from
Straughn, 61-34. In the regional New Castle tripped
Winchester, 54-44, and upset highly-regarded Mun-
cie Central, 30-28. After defeating little Jeierson
in the afternoon, our team arrived at the end of the
Trojan Trail when a red-hot Auburn team won from
our Trojans in the final game of the semi-finals.
Stuckey's first line assist-
ants, Johnny Black, Don
Scott, and Junior Anderson.
The best-that's the Tro-
jan yell leaders, Leon Greer
Skippy Hamlin, David Crum,
Martha Grayson, and Don
Dailey shoots a one
handed push shot
against the Richmond
Left to right 2
Herbert Bunch-6' 2"-175 lbs.-Long loop-
ing one handers were Herb's specialty. A
valuable man, he will be back next year.
Bob Hedrick-6' 1"-165 lbs.-This senior's
past experience made him an asset to the
team. He has played center for two years.
Dick Whalen-6' 2"-170 lbs.-This is the
boy with the big hands. Pete was an ace
rebounder and an all-around player.
Jack Wright-5' 11"-155 lbs.-Jack is one
of the best shooters in N. H. S. history.
He is a sure two points.
Calvin Cooper-5' 10"-155 lbs.-Great
things are expected from this lad next
year. When it comes to longs, this junior
Keith Hodgin - 6' 1" - 160 lbs. - Another
senior, Keith was also a top rebounder and
defensive star. He was a real ball hawk
and deadly on one handers.
Left to right:
Jerry Ellis-5' 10"-155 lbs.-Speed mer-
chant deluxe, a top scorer, and a good
athlete is Jerry Ellis, one of the best all-
around players the Trojans had.
Junior Wood-6' 1"-160 lbs.-"Woody" was
a sure thing on lay-ups under the basket.
He is one of the best pivot men in the con-
Don Cassidy-6'-170 lbs.-His humor re-
lieved many a tense moment for the Trojan
basketeers. Salute a senior.
Row Q. A
Don Tower-6' 2"-155 lbs.kAn ace on as-
surance, "Honesty" was tough in the
clutch and could connect with those longs.
Jim Dailey-5' 11"-160 lbs.-Setting up
plays and defensive work was this senior's
specialty. He always came through in the
Tom McFarland-5' 9"-170 lbs.-Fancy
footwork and the ability to fake a man
clear to the sky, gave this junior much
varsity work to do.
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TROJAN COLTS' RECORD
Colts 36 Connersville 12
Colts 29 Anderson 33
Colts 21 Tech 28
Colts 34 Burris 20
Colts 32 Greensburg 20
Colts 27 Richmond 11
Colts 21 Muncie Central 24
Colts 49 Rushville 24
Colts 39 Columbus 25
Colts 37 Kokomo 31
Colts 33 Frankfort 32
Colts 35 Richmond 34
Colts 28 Marion 22
Little Four Tourney
Anderson 24 New Castle 21
Richmond 42 New Castle 32 CConsolationJ
Colts 22 Muncie Central 28
Colts 31 Lafayette 46
LColts 21 Anderson 32
Row 1. Roger Burke, Junior Taylor, Bob Stohler, Kelly Wiseg row 2. Walter Hassfurder, coach, Paul
Upchurch, Ed Wilson, Orlan Coleman, Tom Dailey, John Cassidy, Howard Brandyberry, assistant coachg
row 3. Tom Gray, Mal Edwards, Bill Harlan, Bob George, Bill Cluggish, Don Williamson, Cinsetj Junior
Page one hundred
Left to Right: Junior Stokes, Dale Fadely, Jerry Charles,
and Joe Burris.
Spmta, dim. Pnpulan,
Golf is another sport that
comes along when spring rolls
in. This sport takes a lot of
skill and practice. The team has
meets with Muncie, Richmond,
Anderson, and the finals over at
This activity is also under the
guidance of Langan Hay. This
man, who spends the majority
of his time with the boys, de-
serves a lot of credit for his
Pug noses, cauliflower ears, and strong arms make up the famous
'iCauliHower Clan" of N. H. S. Under the direction of Langan Hay, the
boys always make a fine showing in the Golden Gloves.
Some of the best boys in boxing have come out of New Castle and
here are a few of them: Rusty Cleek, Jack DeWitt, Gerald Archey, and
little Jim Moody. These boys have at one time or another won the
Golden Gloves in their class over at Muncie. The boys that box for
Coach Hay always live up to the saying, "Ya gotta be rough".
Left to Right, First Row: Paul
Moore, Bernard Carter, Richard
McCall, Jack DeWitt, Bill Park-
er, James Owens.
Second Row. David Smith, Stew-
art Archey, Kenny Bassett, Ger-
ald Archey, Don Platt, Ralph
Taylor, Rusty Cleek.
Third Row. George New, Joe
Sweigart, 'Fred Johnson, Robert
Maynard, Michael Reuter, Bonny
Wilson, Marlin Hudson, Duane
Fourth Row. Don Scott, James
House, Delbert Dabney, Eugene
Atkinson, J. C. Meader, John
Black, Bob Brammer.
Coach Langan Hay.
Page one hundred one
Steve Taylor and Keith Hodgin, co-
pare for the 1949 Baseball season.
Cadiz . . . T April 28 Lafayette .... . . . T May Spiceland . . . , . . ,
Cadiz . , . H April 29 Logansport T May Richmond , . . . . , . ,
Spiceland H May 2 Muncie .,.., T May Connersville ,. .
Richmond H May 5 Frankfort . . , . . H May Hartford City .
Anderson T May 10 Tech .,,....., . . . H May Marion .,,..... . . .
Kokomo T May 12 Knightstown H
Bill Palmblade, Jim Moody, Gene Downing, Don Pickard, Gene Haynes, Jack Keith, Steve
Taylor, Jack Alexander.
Dailey Hill, coachg Jack Grose, Jack Juday, Herbert Bunch, Don Tower, Jim Golf, Jerry
Ellis, Leslie Ginn, Keith Hodgin, Junior Wood.
Page one hundred two
With spring in the air, a
young man's fancy usually turns
to love, but the boys of N. H. S.
turn their fancy to baseball.
The "48" baseball team had a
rough time weathering the
storm. The record they compiled
wasn't anything to brag about,
but there were only two games
in which they were beaten by
more than five runs. The rest
were close and two were extra
The good part about it was
that only two boys were lost
through graduation, Jack Keith,
third baseman, and Gene
Haynes, shortstop. These posi-
tions have been worked out and
it looks as if there will be some
Coach Hill will be missing sev-
eral boys next year when he
sends out the first call for base-
ball. They are Keith Hodgin,
first baseman and co-captain,
Jack Alexander, left fielder, Jim
Goff, shortstopg Bill Palmblade,
second basemang Jack Grose,
center fielder 3 and Steve Taylor,
catcher and co-captain.
The "49" baseball nine is go-
ing to try to complete the scope
of a successful sports year for
New Castle Senior High.
Row 1-J ack Juday, Jim Goff
Row 2-Junior Wood, Steve Taylor
Row 3-Don Pickard, Jack Grose
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