New Castle Chrysler High School - Rosennial Yearbook (New Castle, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 156 of the 1952 volume:
THE I952 ROSENNIAL. ..
NEW CASTLE HIGH SCHOOL
NEW CASTLE, INDIANA
The face, many times, reveals your
every thought and displays your emotions.
It tells a story. Ours is a story of high school
life. A phase of life, after we graduate, that
will never he recaptured. We'll remember
those four years which took place in the halls
of New Castle High, the classrooms, the
church street gym, the armory, and the many
other gathering places.
Our faces tell many things. A smile
was often seen. There were the many, many
times when we were happy. Behind this
smile might have been the thought that the
Trojans were going to win, a good grade was
made on that tough English test, or we were
happy just to be among our friends. Then
again, there were moments of sadness. A
look of gloom would eome over our face that
we wouldn't be able to bide. We had our
surprises, too. When we reeeived some new
lionor, we were often surprised. Trying to
figure the answer to a difficult problem
brought il look of bewilderment upon our
faees. Many times we wouldn't be able to
solve some t't'l'lEllll problem. Being frigbt-
ened -- often we were actually frightened.
We were afraid tliose needed points wouldnlt
be seored, or that we bad flunlied a dreaded
Our story involves lllkllly people witli
different faees, but many of lbe same tliougbts.
Mueli of our story bas to be told in words,
but weive tried lo eapture most of it in pic-
tures to prove to you that our faces tell our
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New Castle-Henry Township High School is the
official name of the brick building located on Four-
teenth, Walnut, and Fifteenth streets, but to most of
us it is called N. H. S.
N. H. S. added a distinctive landmark to its ap-
pearance this year. This is the aerial to the school FM
radio station, WYSN. With the addition of the aerial,
some changes were made. Part of the room was con-
verted into a studio and a control room. The station
is located at 89.3 megacycles on the Frequency Modu-
lation dial. "Your Schools ln New Castle" broadcasts
over a power of 10 watts and has a radius of about
two miles. New Castle High School became the fourth
high school in Indiana to have a station owned and
operated by the students.
There are many other additions, a very large
freshman class came to the high school. This was con-
trasted with a small senior class.
The faculty made various changes, and nine new
teachers were added to help teach the varied subjects.
The dean of girls changed for the second semester. Miss
Evelyn Rentchler took over Mrs. Alice Berhendtis duties
as dean. Walter Hassfurder coached the varsity basket-
ball team for the first year, while Kenneth Simmons
coached the basketball B-team.
In the sports field, boxing and wrestling were added.
Added to the list of organizations were the Bible Club,
Art Club, and Rifle Club.
A girls' cheering block was reorganized by the yell
leaders. In memory of a fellow classmate, the block
adopted the name Macerettes.
Three classes added to the curriculum were dis-
tributive education, distributive occupation, and
Many additions were made to make this school
year different, but the entire school felt the loss of a
beloved and familiar teacher, Mrs. Fylious Fisher. This
home economics teacher's death was as sudden and
quick as her willingness to help others.
We of the 1952 Rosennial staff are dedicating our
yearbook to this beloved teacher.
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During the fourth and fifth period lunch With the coming of fall football games is
hours, some members of the Rosennial staff, the initiation of pledges. These Beta Tri-Hi-Y
plus the band, piled in a borrowed truck to and Hi-Y "bathing beauties" and "girls" have
advertise the sale of Rosennials. stopped to strike a pose.
Each weekday between classes,
a hundred and one different faces
can be seen. Everyone from the
freshman to the senior passes
through the halls to another class
or stops to chat with a friend.
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After each home ball game, there is a dance
sponsored by one of the school clubs. These
were times of enjoyment with that someone
special or the gang.
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:xml interest Io ilu- school l'lll'I'lt'lllllIll. lllthfl' are
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bus would take us near our destination. We
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Faces do tell our story from day to day.
These faces play a very important part in our
daily steps through NHS. Well known to
all students are the faces of the faculty who
serve to guide us, the future citizens, by
their wisdom, mistakes, and knowledge taught
to them by others through experience.
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As the progressive leader of New
Castle City Schools. Joe lt. tlraw.
superintendent. has many dntivs.
Although his office is lorated in the
high school. is only a small part of
his work. He always finds a friendly
smile for all of those people who come
in Contact with him from day' to day.
Our principal. Mr. liemme. is an-
other hnsy man with a smile. With
foresight and nnforgettingz devotion. he
coordinates the work of teachers and
students. The doors of his office arc'
' MR' JOE R' GRAW MR' EARL F' LEMME always open. and his heart is extended
Superintendent of City Schools Principal Senior High School - - 1 im - ' - '
A.B.-M.A. Biifiei University A.B. Indiana Central College to the l'r"l'lem' and 'l'rPm""'h "l
M.A. Butler University students and teachers.
Here is the School Board as they pause a minute to have this picture taken.
Seated from left to right they are Russell Fleming, james O. Crim, joseph G.
Burris, Superintendent joe R. Ctaw, and Dr. William C. Heilman. Standing
from left to right are Eugene H. Yergin and C. W. Robinson.
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"Always ready to helpzu that is the
attitude of our deans. John llarks. Alice
liehrendt. and livelvn ltentchler. Mrs.
llehreudt was dean ol girls first semes-
ter and Miss Hentchler was dean second
semester. With tact and sincerity our
deans have lent encouragement and
friendship to all with their helpful
advice. Wlllether it be a personal. class. Mrs. Behrendt and Mr. Barks also help in college
or working problem. the., were always guidanee and plan the making out of schedules. Hero
' they are shown looking over the uttendanee for the
there to help find a solution. day.
The heads of the various departments at their work -- Left to right they are Horaee Cook, alhleties: Mrs.
Juanita Bishop. eonnneree: Miss Berniee Metlord, Hnglishg Mrs. Esther Vogel. home eeononiies: Ilernhardt
llegulm. industrial arts: Miss Lewelta Pogue. languageg Miss Fern llodson, lnatllg Bernard Pressler, lllllSil'Q Ivan
llodson. seienee: and Franeis Reed, soeial studies.
MR. FRANK M. ALORIIIII
Typing, Business Arithmetic
B.S. Indiana State Teachers College
MISS RUTH E. ANDREWS
B.S., M.A. Ball State Teachers
MR. NORMAN RALLINIQER
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MR. JOHN BARKS
Dean ot Boys
A.B. Canterbury College
MR. BERNHARIIT A. REUUHN
B.S.. M.A. Stout Institute
MRS. ALICE BEHRENDT
Dean ot Girls
B.A. Valparaiso University
M.S. Purdue University
MRS. JUANITA ISISIIOI'
Business Arithmetic, Commercial
Law, Bookkeeping, F.B.L.A. Sponsor
A.B. Bowling Green College oi
M.C.S. Indiana University
MR. WARREN B. BLACKBURN
Drafting, Printing, Shop
B.S. Indiana State Teachers College
MR. GARLAND F. ROOKOUT
Biology, Science Club Sponsor
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MR. HORACE A. COOK
Math, Business Manager of
M.A. Ball State Teachers College
MRS. EUNICE M. OAVISSON
Home Making, Sponsor ot 4-H Club
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MISS FRANCES EILAR
Clothing, Home Management,
Sponsor of 4-H Club
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
M.S. University ot Minnesota
MR. JAMES F. ELROD
A.B. Indiana University
M.A. Cornell University
MRS. MILORED II. FLEET
Business English, Office Machines,
Sponsor ot junior Class
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MISS JAN FLEMINC
Physical Education, Sponsor ot G.A.A.
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
University ot Wisconsin
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MRS. I"YI,IOI'S FISIIIGR
Foods, Sponsor ot SunShine Society,
Sponsor of 4-H Club
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MISS S,-KHAII II,-KI,I.
A.B. Butler University
MR. W.-II,'I'I'IR IIf'ISSI"IlIiI7ICII
Health and Safety, Narcotics,
Varsity Basketball Coach,
B.S. Hanover College
MR. IANIQ.-IN IIAY
Boys' Physical Education.
Football Coach. Golf Coach
A.B. University of Kentucky
MISS FICRN IIUIISON
Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,
Head of Math Department
A.B. Earlham College
M.A. Columbia University
NIR. IVAN HUDSON
Physics, Algebra, Head of Science
Department, Sponsor ol Science Club
A.B. Earlham College
M.A. Columbia University
MISS IIIAIIICI. IIUIJSUN
Latin, Mathematics, Sponsor of
A.B. Earlham College
M.A. Columbia University
MII. S'IlI'IRI,INIl If. .I.-UIKSUN
B,S. Indiana University
MR. .-ILYIN IC. I..-IKIC
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
IVIR. LICIX IS I,-XIIIIISUN
Drafting, Driver's Training,
Freshman Basketball Coach.
Sponsor oi Quester's Hi-Y
B.S., M.S. Ball State Teachers College
MII. ISUII l,l'1I'I
Boys' Physical Education,
Track Coach, Assistant Football
A.B. Ball State Teachers College
MISS IIICIINIIIIC 'XII-CHRI?
English, Head of English Department
A.B., M.A. Indiana University
MIIS. .II -KNIT,-I WI1-IQII,I.
Girls' Physical Education,
Sponsor oi G.A.A.
B.S. Purdue University
MRS. MILIIRICII 'II1',III.'I'IlN
B.S. University of Illinois
Ball State Teachers College
TVIII. DUN NI.-IIITIN
B.M, Arthur jordan Conservatory
of Music, Butler University
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MR. I'AT R. MICHAEL
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MISS MARTHA H. NUTT
A.B. Butler University
B.S., L.S. University ot Illinois
MISS CLEO URR
A.B. Ball State Teachers College
M.A. Indiana University
MISS LEWELTA POGIIE
Spanish, French, Sponsor ot Spanish
Club, Head ot Language Department
A.B. Indiana University
M.A. University ot Michigan
MR. CECII, PUWEIJ,
Typing. Business Arithmetic
B.S. Manchester College
M.A. Ball State Teachers College
MR. BERNARD 0. PRESSLER
Head ot Music Department
B.M., P.S.M. Eastman School
MISS MARY E. RANKIN
Biology, Sponsor ot Biology Club
A.B. Carroll College
MISS CATHERINE RATCLIFFE
Sponsor ot Senior Class
A.B. Western College
M.A. Indiana University
MR. FRANCIS REED
Government, American History,
Sponsor of Hi-Y,
Head ot History Department
B.S., M.A. Ball State Teachers
MISS EVELYN RENTCHLER
Dean ot Girls
B.S. Missouri Valley College
M.S. Indiana University
MRS. MARY RICKERT
English, Remedial Reading
A.B. Ball State Teachers College
MR. IIORART I,. RISLEY
Sponsor ot Debate Team
A.B. Wabash College
MR. ROBERT E. RINEHART
Sponsor ot Science Club
B.S. Indiana University
M.A. Ball State Teachers College
MISS .IUANITA J. RUCKER
Speech, Radio, Sponsor oi N.F.L.
B.A. DePauw University
MISS HELEN RUPLEY
Social Studies, Sponsor ot
A.B. Purdue University
Sponsor ot National Honor Society,
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MRS. M.-XIIII.-KIII'I'II S.-INIJERS
A.B., M.A. Ball State
MR. IxI'INNI'I'I'II SIMMONS
Math, "B" Team Coach
A.B, Oakland City College
M.S. Indiana University
MR. .I.-Uflx I.. SI'I'INCICII
Sponsor of Machinist Club
B.S. Indiana State Teachers College
IVIIIS. I'II,Il-KIiI'I'I'lI VUIQICI,
Clothing, Special Problems,
Sponsor of 4-H Club
B.S. Manchester College
MR. IIII,-XRIJCS NY ,MIIQUNICII
General Business, Office Machines,
B.S. Ball State Teachers College
MRS. MARY S. XX AYM.-KN
A.B, Miami University
M.A, Ball State Teachers College
MII. MORRIS XXI'IP1kl,Y
Agriculture, Sponsor of F.F.A.
B.S., M.A. Purdue University
MISS IIIINNIIQ WIIHIII
MR. MAIIIIIIYIAI I"I'1SSI,I'III
Book Rental Director
A.B. Central Normal College
MKS. II.-XMUN-K IIIYNICS
MRS. III'II,I'IN IIOXYAIIII
Industrial Education Office
MRS. Il0RH'I'IIY IxI,I'IIN
R.N. Methodist Hospital,
MISS III..-KICK l'II'1II1fI'I
R.N. Reid Memorial Hospital,
MRS. NUIIM.-X QIIIRRY
MHS. M.-KXINIC XI .AYl'TS
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applications for jolrs.
senior lfnglish classes
and children's stories.
llliss Hodson has the
room decorated with
the geometry classes.
same depa rt IIlC'Ill the
lnterriews of liusiness men. writing of
round talvle discussion
of current events. and writing ol' composi-
tions make up the work ol' this lfnglish 2l
argaret Sanders. Other
class taught lay Mrs. M
lfnglish classes study literature. while the
Miss l"ern llodson explains the use ol'
the slide rule to her sophomore math class.
lvulletin hoard ol' her
lnrightly colored de-
signs which are just one of the projects ol'
ller sulmjccts also in-
clude trigonornetry and algelnra.
Four freshtnan students listen intently as
their teacher. Mr, liookout. explains the
process of osmosis. when the weather pro-
vides. this lriology class and others explore
the immediate area. Their class also includes
in its course field trips to the greenhouse.
Coca-Cola plant. and historical lvnilding. Une
of the most interesting parts ol' tl1e class is
the dissecting of frogs.
lllemlmers ol' Miss llupleyis history 21
class look on as George Smith locates a point
of interest. The class studies civilization from
the cayemanis time until the present. ln the
senior classes study
such things almout our government as voting
and the operation ol' our government in
Vlvashington and elsewhere.
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WYSN was one ol' the newest and most
interesting additions to our school this year.
wvith the ahle supervision ol' Miss llucker
and the assistance of Mr. lflrod. programs
were hroadcast to all parts of the city. The
programs were written and hroadcast hy the
students ol' the radio classes. except for some
transcrihed programs. at 89.3 megacycles.
hlemhers ol' Mr. lNlichael's shop class make
many useful articles as they learn the opera-
tion of these machines. Some ol' these articles
include cedar chests. hook cases. lamps,
coffee taliles. and many other useful pieces
ol' furniture to he used in the home. Mem-
liers ol' the shop classes display their work
liehind the large windows in their workshop
in tht- lower hall.
The art class in New Castle Senior lligh
is one ol. the most interesting classes offered
in the school. These art students shown here
are molding clay to he used as dishes. ash
trays. or ornaments. They also keep the
liulletin hoard in the hall gaily decorated
with signs of the season and news of com-
ing dances. Uther projects ol' the art de-
partment include linger painting. water color
painting. and the making of puppets.
Nllreaktiast at schooli' is pictured here in
Mrs. Uarissonis cooking class. ln this lie-
giuning' cooking class. girls are taught how
to prepare simple meals and hake pies. cakes,
and muffins. ln various other home eco-
nomics classes. the girls are taught talile
etiquette. Christmas decorations. grooming.
lruying ol' clothes and their color schemes.
Classes are also offered in home decorations
and home nursing.
Senior class officers, Marvin Turner,
president, Jerry Dann, vice-president, Donna
Miller, treasurer, and Nanette Davis, secre-
tary, fix a smile on their faces. They and
the rest of the seniors will remember their
days in New Castle High, where they were
kept so happily busy.
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Always the ending ol' one thing has meant the-
lveginning ol' another. llere Davey llavisson
aeeepts his diploma from Mr. l.m-mme and so entls
twelve years of hard uork tonartl this goal. Unr-
ing the last year as a memlwer of the senior 1-lass.
he helped his elassmates earry out their motto,
"'l'oclay we follow. tomorrow ue lead." Along with
the motto. the seniors ehose the tiolrlen liapture
liose as their elass llouer. antl mint green anal
forest their elass eolors. These three symlmols
left the seniors ol' V952 through their last year ol'
high sehool. The reeeiving ol' diplomas niarlxecl
the ending ol' many things. lnut it also marketl the
heginning of many. many more. lfor some, it
will mean the hegining ot' a family. lfor others. it
will mean the beginning of a eareer. lvut for all
it will mean the long auaitetl lreginning ol'
maturity. whatexer me ehoose to rlo will lie lvig
Preparing for college was quite a big task, but
helping us over the rough spots was Miss Mc-
Cord with her senior English class. Autobiog-
raphys and stories for the little folks were
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"The Caring of a Problem Child" is most
likely what these cadet teachers are reading.
Pictured are Lois Hodson, Susanne Lynam,
Morris Edwards, and jack johnson, some
potential young teachers.
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:X Cappella lfhoir.
A llappella Choir,
'lll'Q'LlSlll'f'l' of l".l"..N
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Chaplain of Alplta
French Club, Track
Prom Table and
Hi-Y, Science Club,
Hi-Y, Science Club,
President of N.F.L
Chaplin of Hi-Y,
Choir, Yell Leader
Band, Pep Band.
Burchett, J r.
A Cappella Choir.
Prom Table and
A Cappella Choir,
Dramona J ean
F uqua, Jr.
A Cappella Choir.
A Cappella Choir.
President of Inter-
Golf, Curtain Call,
Editor of Phoenix,
President of F.H.A.,
President of Hi-Y,
A Cappella Choir,
A Cappella Choir.
Prom Table and
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"To be or not to be,
that is the question."
That may be so for some
actors, but not Cornelia
Otis Skinner. She knew
just what she wanted,
even if it was so con-
fusing that no one else
knew what it was. The
things that one must
sacrifice for one's art
were plainly shown by
Cornelia -- obedient
friends, and ever faith-
tlnrnt-lia Otis Skiner . . . lleyerly llrenner Amy ..... . . . Shirley Morris
Maud Skinner ..... .. Mary Mayfield Grace .. Susanne Lynam
Otis Skinner . .. . Randall Fisher William .. . . Monte llrannner
Mali ...... . . Nanette Davis Henry . . ..... Alden 'Farr
lfnid .... . . Sylvia Wister Gordon .. . . . llrnee llarris
lfliarlie .. .. Jim llrown Alwlwy .. . .. l,0is llodsnn
This group of enthusiasts are credited with the The sound of hammers and the smell of paint
Class Play and Class Day program. prevailed the halls as opening night approached.
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-smile' llllIlgS sliiml out, wliilv
0llll'l'S seem to liaulv away. Two llllllQIS Ilis' V932
seniors will llt'H'I' img:-l, ure their class rings.
wlm-li they will zilxxuys lime, ziml llie iluy they
im-ein-ml ilu-ii' em'lnsure l'2ll'tlS. l'iX4'llt'IIH'Ill rain
liigli as they lrzulecl llie small czirmls lliul iwiw- an
imporlzinl to lu-ing El senior. 'lllll'l'P zililieels-ml sen-
mrs lliul W1'l'f'1'2lllQIlll ln llu nlgli mu ul llie
wiiiic-i'zi llltllllglllgl in llw lll'l1lllf'44 uf-rv Nlwrv lim-li,
Kell llilggwly, aiml Sylxiii XX isle i.
The time was Decem-
ber the twelfth, the place
the Christian Church,
and the event was the
annual Senior Vespers.
The Vespers service was
the very first of many,
many lasts for the sen-
iors of 1952. lt was the
first time they ever ap-
peared together, but
more than that, it was
the first time they really
felt that they were one
group. In their minds
was the dawning reali-
zation that this was
really the first of the
long line of lasts.
Prom Table and
Class Play Director.
A Cappella Choir.
Ronald F .
A Cappella Choir.
Reporter of F.F.A.
Chairman of Prom
Betty .l ean
Hi-Y, Science Club,
Chairman of Prom
A Cappella Choir.
Altrusa Girls, Band,
Secretary of Hi-Y,
Harvest Hop Queen
Treasurer of Hi-Y,
A Cappella Choir.
President of Choir
A Cappella Choir
Secretary of F.F.A.
A Cappella Choir.
Peggy J ean
President of Band,
Treasurer of Choir,
man of SunShine
J oyce Black
Hearts Hop Queen,
A Cappella Choir.
Cox, J r.
of Quester's Hi-Y,
Prom Table and
Choir, A Cappella.
A Cappella Choir.
J ulia Frances
President of G.A.A.
A Cappella Choir.
The guiding hand behind the many,
many senior activities and the person
responsible for our numerous appear-
ances, Miss Catherine Ratcliffe, the sen-
ior class sponsor and faculty advisor.
Paul Moore and Willard Brown
look at headlines and Wonder what the
future holds for them, while Annie
Laurie looks at college pamphlets and
tries to decide where she'll spend the
next four years.
Keen interest and determination can be
seen on the enthusiastic faces of the under-
elassmen. With the years that lie ahead of
us we wonder what the future holds. Whether
academic or preferred course, we know we
will be well trained to seek our way along
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Class officers. They are from left to
right: Martha Hartzell, secretary,-
Eleanor Crawley, vice-president: Ron-
nie McCormack. president,' and Elaine
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BIIFORD YOI ZKEY
jim Perkins stops to Yeaee Shirley
Wiley at the pencil machine
Yvonne Hales, jane Stinson and
Doris Ast ask Miss Pogue for some
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A group of sophomore girls trudge
back to school after a hard period ol
PAUL E. DAVIS
BETTY SUE IIARDWICK
INA MAE III'NIIII,I'1
MARY OICORIJIC IIl'N'I'I'IR
IIARRY I,. KICITII
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M XRY ROSI-I 'XI'I'I"I'IlI'1XY'S
Mischievously, Harold Lf-9 and
Phil Haynes try to trick Glenda
Clark at the book store.
It looks as though Sue
Bennett, Ilene Land, and
George Smith are plan-
ning to catch up on their
EMMA LOU MYERS
LORNA KAY NEWBY
NORMAN JEAN UATEN
ELLA MAE POORE
IVA LEE ROTIIROCK
MARY I. SMITII
MARY LOU SMITII
MARA JANE STINSON
ICRROLL LI-IIC VAN IILSKIRK
INA VAN IIOY
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DIXIE LICIC VVILICS
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judy Cheek and Dixie
Viles stop to exchange
Darvin Planeaux and Carol Corbm
stop at the information desk to get
directions from Beverly Bouslog
MARY ELLEN BROWN
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flI.I.IAM I"I.l DWICRS
judy Brown and Phyllrs Rager
'op in Miss Rentchlefs office for a
Fred Eans laughs as Roger Reeves
shows him his report cards.
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jitn Nlyelrs and Diane
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Imm's senior cord skirt.
Alice Keith and Kay Miller stop
to chat before getting that pause that
DARYIN PLANEAI X
The Rosennial drive was in full swing
with David Brenner as the barker in the
main hall. Dwight Tallman, Donna Holtzell,
and jerry Sue Osborne listen to David's
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and janet Tfittschuh.
Sud Dudley, Mike Alexander, Paul Ray,
and Dorothy Caldwell are engrossed in
disecting a frog for their freshman biology
Gene jackson points out part ol
the proposed school to Wanda Burgan
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The looks of delight for victory and the
dejected thought of losing have been reg-
istered on all our faces throughout the year.
The competitive spirit and sportsmanship
has taught us all to back our teams, win or
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The outstanding Work of these coaches, Bob Always there ready to work or help were
Lee Langan Hay and Bob Kirby, molded some jim Payne, jack Dempsey, and Floyd Sanders
inexperienced players into one of the hardest These student managers were kept busy in the
fighting teams in the school's history. locker room, and on the field
Having trouble in getting started at the first of the year caused
the 1951 Trojan squad to have a losing season with a 4 5 record
Coach Hay, faced with the problem of inexperlenced players did
a remarkable job as he kept practicing the boys until they began
winning toward the seasonfs end. The Trojans dropped a 207
opener to Bosse Evansville and then lost games to Columbus and
Richmond before winning. The men of Troyls first victory came in
their fourth contest of the season as they overpowered the Conners
ville Spartans. 20 to 7. ln the next game, New Castle once again
suffered a defeat at the hands of the Marion Clants The follow
ing week, however, the Haymen chalked up their second win of the
season and first North Central Conference victory against Logansport
7-6. Jack Roberts crashed over from the one-yard line on fourth
down to tie the contest and then plunged over from the two for an
extra point that decided the encounter.
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the New hustle outfit tollmxmt :Ins triumph
with at xietorx' mer Hm't'rton. 'Hwlt the Tl'0iilltS
hut il Inu-gznne uin streak lvro' ' '
lun ln ilu XIIIIIVH'
tcntrul l:t'ill't'tltS. Tlw Hose lfitx erexs pluvetf one
ol its I-ost gunws ot' the watson against the Wun-
tle team illtlttillglll tllex mere lleulen Htl
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the I'I'lltlktUl'l Xxghtltzmks In lllttl :wx
to finish the season in good SIDiltlN tml mn their
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over for touchdown in the
first period of the Royer-
ton game. Starting to
throw a block is Dan Boyd,
25, while Bob Allen, 5,
Freshman, Herb Meri-
deth, 4, makes a good at-
tempt in trying to get a
tackler off Duane Queen-
er's tail during a Trojan-
7eam, pound 701: ?acuzd.
Inexperienced, but full of spirit and scrap, describes these boys.
They won only four games all year, but their steady improvement
was quite noticeable as the season progressed. None of the boys
were very big and therefore took a lot of punishment with what
they dished out. Although they weren't a big team, Langan Hay
said, "They are the hardest fighting team I have ever coached.
pound for pound, only there just wasn't enough pounds there." The
majority of the team was underclassmen and will be back on the
gridiron next year with a little more experience under their belts.
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Row One: Don Harry, Jerry Rowman, Don Puckett, Dan Boyd, John Ray, Harold Devine, Marvin Turner, Jack
Roberts, Benny Archey, Jerry Rains, Porter Poindexter, Monte Bramxner, Jim Vanderback, Bob Reese.
Row Two: llarold Meadows, Tom Tinklc, John Juday, Rennet Upchurch, Carlos Sewell, Bob Allen, Mike Renter,
Duane Qnecncr, Carroll Cleek, Jim Stout, Herb Mcrideth, Joe Stanley, Jim Dickerson, Bill Davis, Chuck Wood.
Row Three: Rob Stout, Fred Roberts, Ronald Stevens, Rob Smith, Jolm Crimes, Lora Tuttle, Joe Crider, Dale Watkirls,
Tom l'reblc, Leon Annncrman, LeRoy Nantz, Robert Wheeler, Jim Wood, Darvin Planeaux, Bud Frost, Keith Arm-
strong, .lcrry Summers, Assistant Coach Rob Lee.
Row Four: Charles Ray, Rill Cossage, Jack Graham, Jerry Henry, Roger Reeves. Dave Brenner, Harold Lnellen,
llill Norris, Phil Hayes, Harold Lee, Jim Troxell, Mike VanNatta, .lack Wallen, Walter Clark, Ed Moystner, Dennis
llall, Larry Fox. Charles McCorklc, Head Coach Langan Hay.
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Slimming great suplmrt uml Iuyulty tn tlw tkmtlmll team were
the fzmsf -Kltliuugli the ll't'4t-iiltlti had troulule in getting started at
tlw first ul' the seusmi :xml emlecl uitli u losing reem'4l. tlu' fans
slut-L uitll tlie team. The lmusters nut milx ltYl'l'l'l0MPll the stamls
at tlu' lmmv gaiines. lllll ulsu inamy llollmsml them in guines out ul'
tmul. Thr-3 n-,init-wt uitlt the tvaim ulivn it mm mul triml to
1-lu-vi' it xsln-ii it was lu-zileii. Inst, lvut not least. nas the
spnrtslnaiilsliip the fans slum:-tt. lt nas UtllSllltltllIlg. lt's lor sure
tlw lvatln umllmlnt lime liaul its lu lit in tht lull ,tune us it clifl.
ll It llanlilt hint the tHbltllt'I'llll sup'
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jerry Rains, senior quarterback, is shown
being hauled down from behind by an un-
identified Marion player. Marvin Turner, 6,
arrives too late to help Rains.
lVlarvin Turner, 6, puts on
burst of speed to score the
Trojans' only touchdown in the
Richmond rout. The flashy sen-
ior halfback scored on a kickoff
in the third quarter.
A host of Trojan players rush to tackle a
Columbus halfback, only to be beaten there by
Herb Merideth. Ben Upchurch, 33, john juday,
44, and Carroll Cleek, 37, are the ones arriving
JUDAY - "Big John"
was a junior end on this
year's team and provided
the spirit that kept the
BOYD - "The Meanest
Man in Indiana" will be
missed at his tackle post
next year as much as
anyone else and maybe
sm af 'Mm em gimme
CLEEK - A red-headed
junior playing his first
year of football was
Carroll, who proved he
couldn't be pushed
around as a linebacker.
PUCKETT - If there
were an award given to
the hardest fighter, Don
would surely receive it
for his work as a senior
RAINS - .lerry's great
play calling ability as a
senior quarterback, and
determination will be
greatly missed next sea-
QUEENER Y Duane's
drive and determination
made him a valuable of-
fensive player. This
junior halfback will bc
greatly needed next year.
ROBERTS - "Smilin' Jack,"
one of the Trojans' co-captains,
was a junior fullback with
plenty of fight and spirit.
Although weighing only 155
pounds, .lack showed up Olli-
standingly with his ball carry-
ing, hard blocking, and ter-
ARCHEY -- 'glloonen
didu't play too much in
his senior year but knew
what to do when he got
in the game as a hall-
REUTER - Mike wasn't
a big guard, but lic fillcd
in his spot as wcll as
expected. llc will be back
HOW Nl-KN "Ho" was
one of the sm a l le s t
luelales in the Nlili.
llowever. the strong sen-
ior stopped many an op-
lroy who saw little aetion
as a senior hut never got
disgusted was Monte.
TURNER - - This flashy,
IT5-pound eo-eaptain has
played as a regular hall'-
lnaek for three straight
years. lVlarv's good atti-
tude and will to win has
made him an example to
follow. The S en i o r
Speedster will he missed
hy his teammates hut
not lay the opponents.
ALLEN --H Hola, il junior
eenter, helped the team
eonsideralmly wi th his
vieious linehaeking and
DEVINE -- If "Ginger"
only had another season
left he would surely he il
starter. Harold got very
rugged toward the sea-
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lll'1IIIIlRlIll --- "Ears"
plaved little offense lvut
paved the way for the
team when it eame to
defense as a lineman.
RAY A senior who
saw limited aetion, lull
stnek it out with the
team and displayed his
loyalty, was John.
l'UlNlll'1X'I'l'iR flle saw
little aetion as a taekle
hut filled his position
well when needed. l'orter
is a senior.
YANIJERISECK 4 Jim,
ai rugged guard, played
his first year as a regu-
lar and will he lraelc
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Rum 7'l1r1-v '11:111ri1-1- 111111-s. Torn 1'z1y111'. lirurr- Harris, llilll lioyxl, Hollis l'p1'h11r1'h, Lf-Roy Nunlz.
lln- vrmul yt-llt-tl us tlw Keanu
limkt- onto tlw l'ltmr luehiml one
l'ln-sc four. lla-tty Stulilvr. Judy
Sumlvrs. ,lim llftbtill. and l'l1yllis
ll0lllIlSlHl, norlwml stvutlily in
lwvping sl-lmnl spirit high with
lllt'll' mm-tty songs uml yells.
Working with Nlr. l'r1-sslvr uml
tlu' Nlar-t-l'vttt-s. tlwy m-re lueliiml
llu' lt'illIl :ill tht- wan. will or losv.
"Ili-Ilu lt'itlll. ln-llu 'l'rojans."
mx' uml llll'l't' Sl'I'l'llllllllQl girls.
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limlvr tht- Qlllltlilllt't' ol' lltlilt'll "llut1'l1" lluss- lll any sport tll:ll's play.-tl llii-rv is nlxxalxs
lurtlvl' lriglltl :mtl his zllblc assistants KCIHQ 5lllllt'lHll' lwhiml tht- M'l'llt's ol' tht- gaum- mlm lu-4-ps
glIllIII0llS l1'crltc1'I :mtl l.ou l.au'rlsm1 tlvltl. the tllv l'l1lllIHllt'Ill uml uutlits rvutly lor usv. l'ir'lllrml
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1-xpm'r'ie-rlrml lvull vlulm into one that llt't'ilIllt' grvatly lfluytl Sumlvrs. xulsily lllilllilQ1t'l'. llllll'Nt' lumix. ulmig
-l'1ll'l'll. 'lllwsv 1'om'l1s-s with tht- lvalrlxiiigl lll'0IIl tht- xsitll ,laivlx Valle-n. l-l't'Sllllltlll IllitIlttQt'I'. lu-vp tht-
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lt looks as though Boyd,
33, is offering ball to Rush-
ville player while Harris, 40
protests. Ammerman, 24
seems to have lost something.
Boyd, 33, Harris, 40, Am-
merman. 24, and Allen 55
close in on Rushville player
Anderson, 53, shoots left-
hander while Harris, 40,
Boyd, 33, Wait to rebound.
Ammerman, 24, is in back-
Boyd, 33. acts as though
he were riding an imaginary
horse as loose ball falls on
floor during Rushville game.
Boyd, 33, shoots ball at
basket against jeff of La-
fayette as Anderson, 53,
Anderson, 53, huffs and
puffs like a locomotive as he
drives for basket against
same jeff team.
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llUl.l.lh l'I't.lll Rkll llns was llolln-s tlrst ye-ar on ilu-
xurslty. hut hc lnnullvml lnnisvll as though ha' haul pluyml on Il
lor st-vi-ral yours. llis In-igln 1'1lIIll' in quilt' huntly mul will ln-
lu-vnle-tl ni-xl yn-ur us llollis is just ai junior.
Ill fKNl'i Ql'l'il'iNl'ill "lin1'k" was prohuhly thu' h:n'1l4-st nnin
on ilu- It-uni to flllilfil. llis spt-ml annl shiftine-ss nizult- hinl a
Yallllzllllt' niun whilv hv was in thc- gzinu-. 'llhe' junior forwural
will lw ol' gre-ut ln-Ip nn-xt yn-ur.
llllllx 'NIYHHS llirk wus om- of the- snmllvst pluyt-rs on thi-
ll'ZlllI. llvspitv his sizv. tlu' junior guziril vontinuully foolml
tha- oppona-nts with his quick and tricky lIllllll'llV0l'S. llirk
1li1ln't sw- niuvh zwtion at ilu- first of tha- ye-zur. hut soon provml
to 1-yt-i'yoiw lu- was quite- yuluulrlv.
litbli ,-tI.l.l'IN "Hola" was at hoy with lots ol' fight anql th'-
l1'I'llllIlilli0It. llv SlZll'lt'4l ilu- se-uson us zi suhstitutv, llow'n-vor.
with his uggre-ssivn-ni-ss untl spirit ht- lwvalm- u rt-gulur forwurtl
in the- nuiilclln- ol' tht- sa-uson untl will ln- hurk nt-wt your.
DAN HUYIP Dun, an six foot, two inrh sa-uior, qlitl u sw:-ll
joh us u forwurtl in his first und only your on ilu' high school
tc-ann. This towvring forwurnl not only srorml vonsistnntly
hut wus outstannliug us at l'l'llUlllllll'l'. llzin shoultl go fur in vol-
Iiltl tlli ll.-XRRIS "'l'ig4-r" wus thc- tullvst pluyt-r on thn-
tvuni us ha- lll1'ilSlll'1'll six fm-I :mil fin- im-hs lull. Thi- rml-
ln-zuln-nl sz-nior It-it Ihv 'l'rojun offviisiyn- this your znul will ho
gre-utly nnsse-tl na-xt ye-ur lln- will lonf' ln- l't'llll'llllN'l'I'll
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eeefzae teeny!! Wedpa
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.llfxlx 'lil lixlfli X lroy with luh ul' It-uni fight :tml
spirit 1l1-st-rilufh "'Nlurx." This lla-1-I-l'uuI1-tl :-vniur 1li1ln't plan
us an rvgulur hut llill his juli ut-II uh:-n ht- tlinl 4-ntn-r tha- gunna
Nlatrviifa hzirnl isurk will ln- i't-nn-iiilwra-nl. atlung with hip guutl
l,l'lUN XNl'Nll'IliNl.XN l.t-un una tln- unly suphumura- un tht-
lt'illll. :tml lu- eeliunvtl ht' was quilt' rupzilvlv uf hultling tluun
i utrsity juli. Tho hurtl figliling guurtl tlitl u l1'l'l'llil1' juli ul'
uutiiig uml ulsu 1li1l his sliura- ul' rt-lnuumling. l,t-un shuultl
at lnig ht-lp in tht- future-.
DUN XNIJHICSUN "hilly" nur ai lim- ahul uml 1-xr:-lla-ill un
'ailing tht- hull lrum tht- uppusiliun. llv ustmllx 1'lll4'Yl'll
tht- guim- wslivn tht- 'lirujztlis lu-vnlt-tl ai ruuplt' ul qllivlft lmskn-ts.
an is at juniur lurnurtl that will rt-turn lu tht- ll'illll in-xt ya-ur.
l.l'Q HUY NfXN'l'Z nl,l'4'Nl'4'0 1lilill.l play H-ry murh. lblll Mus
thx 1l1p1mI.iInI1 Nlllll ntllul un lit his i uutl ta im
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lllllll zintl l'l'llllllll1l4'I'. lmrux will lu- Inu-k lu-xl H-'ir 'is ho is 't
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junior. H0 Sllillllll prow- lu ln- llllill' vulttulrle- lu mln- In-:un
1-ti hzirnl lllglllillyl is in-1-1l1'1l.
lil? XX Xl.lll'iN litl sam Iittlt- an-liun in his an-iiiur wut' luwutm-
ul illttvss. While' lftl has ill lltn- bull pl1llIlI'. hc' siuultl lu' th'-
lN'll1lt'tl upun lu tlu his part. While- ht- Nilillil playing. Htl
hunt-nl his luyztlty hy l'll1'z'rittg fur tht- lvum from tht- sinlvlim-a.
NNW. l,l1Lll'l'l"4Nl'l' "l.luy1l" nun ainutlin-r platyvr whu sam
lust war us u mvmlu-r ul' tht- 'l'rui'ui It-'un 'l'h1- h'tr1l
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lighting guurtl wus at guutl shut mul vxvt-ll1-lit hull liztmllt-i'.
llis spirit will ln- llliSbt'll in-xl jl'lllA. uh will hi, in-se-r Plltlillfl
lll'lNt' :mtl th-le-rminutiun.
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Coach Kenny Simmons, serving his first year as Ml?" team
mentor, had about 20 hoys on the team and played nearly everyone
on the bench before the game was oyer. Coaeh Simmons' main
ohjeet wasnit to just win games hut was to teaeh the hoys the funda-
mentals of the game and give each of them plenty of experience.
liy the end of the season. Simmons had as many as ten lmoys he
eould put into the game and little difference could lie seen.
Ron' lilll' ,lim Perkins, lion Marsh, Coaeh lien Sillllll0llS, Randall Lawson. l'l1il Cox.
Hou' 'l'n'u llerln Mc-rinlelh, Ronnie lVleCorlnaek, Carroll Cleek, Carlos Sewell, ,lim 'l'rox4-ll. Roger Nm-eyes.
Hou' 'l'l1rev Richard Hines, liiehard Yost, Riellard Joins, Toni Payne, Terry liunner. Jerry Sox.
Cast le 'ill
llartliord City 23 New Castle 27 l"ranlQl'ort Ill'
Amit.,-SMI ,140 New Castle lilt'll'lIl0Ilti IU
'ruth 211 New Castle lxlilfltill fill
. , Ah New Castle Loaansporl 35
llllllmw Ruling New astle linishyille Il I-
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Creenslrnrg 51:2 New tastle l.al'ayelte 37
Columhns Ill New astle Anderson 50
Anderson 50 New Castle Connersyilln IW
Mnneie llurris -l7 New Lastle Kokomo 230
'mei gems! 706014 cgi!! Qalfeatc
lwu ln-sllnlvu playa-rs were nmwcl up to the ll-lm-am lluri
lllv mul NQLISUII anal fuavll l,uu l,llI'l'lSUll llilll lu ' ' A
lmw .1 ucdll ol all
lll'l'Sllllll'Il. 'l'l1v nmviug up ol' ills-sv players lvfl voarll l,ill'l'lSOIl
with u llumllul of llN'XIN'l'lt'llI'i'll players. Dun Nlarsh was lhc only
pluwl' ltxll on llu
quul mlm Nm un muvh .1ctmn. lle .llso ua
ilu' lnrunl ol llwir sm-oring ullalvk.
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Hun' Um' lxup Nlillvr. Larry lfox. l"r1'1l Vloflill
Run' 'l'u'o llulv Jurxis. lllnurk Howl. ,lm-rry llllilals. lion lforln-s. liill lflmu-rs. ,ln-rry 'l'rnx1-ll.
Hun' 'l'hrf'a' lfoalvll l,nu l4ilI'l'lh0ll. lljrk SlI'lllU'l. 1Qzn'lzm1l lizlile-y. llwiglll 'l'ullm:m. Hill Rl1'll1ll'4lS0ll. livin Nm: I
I IJCSIINI -XX tl-XNIICS
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Stumling: Joe Gritler, ,lim Yanderheek, Mal Etlwards, John lllaek. lfoaeh Holi Lee,
Sitting: Hou' Ulw--f-Jerry Rains, Roger tlline. Ron' Two John Jutlay. Tom Dailey., Boll
Stohler. Ralph Smith. Hou' Three--Jerry Sumniers, Fred Van lloose.
eam Dept? qfchdefza 4c'aZc'e4
Not all the lroys turned out for track that
coach Lee would like to have. hut the Trojan
hoss did quite well with the few he had. Tom
Dailey paced the Rose City thinlies as he was
the only Trojan to get to the state finals. Dailey,
who threw the shotput. not only went to the
state hut placed third in the event. The greenies
had very few meets this year. due to the fact
that the equipment was hurned up and all meets
were scheduled away. The Trojans were vic-
torious over lflwood. 65 to 15. hut then lost at
lioimersville. 55 to 148. ln the Frankfort relays
the cindermen placed third. Many hoys from
the l95l team graduated and left the Trojans
very much weaker this year. lloys who were
outstanding on the squad and who graduated
are Tom Dailey. Nlal lfdwards. Fred Vanlloose,
lioh Stohler. and John Black.
guy Z ' Zlywem Spam!!
Mguin lhv Trojzui golf tvuin shoiwd up uvll. as
golf is continuzliiv hvvoniiiiu il major sport in high
svhool. The- 1951 Trojan iinksme-n finishvd il
ut-Il de'sc'i'wd fifth in tht- 1-oiifvi'mic'v last ymir
and ftnlod hy only onv stroiu- to qualify in the
sc-ctional for the' stutv nwvt. Tlwy finishvd thff
season lay winning five' invets and dropping thrvv.
Urliu fi0it'lt1iltl proxvd to iw tht- most cousistuut Hou- Um' Torn Tinklv. ,liin lfromutli. Itirk
llll'liiliiSi ou the' lvutu: iioxwxvr. i.z1l'rv ixil'YCl' and VM'rs.lSrm-1- llurris. Norris l'1dmmls.'l'1'ff? HHYHS
kt-Ilv Wise' turnvd in outstanding st'-orc-s., Urlin. RUP" 7'14"' ltivk Vitlllllifv- l'1'i"i'1 lN"H"!- WPI'
I , , 1 ' ll, 'I 'A , g Q A 4 X'4'iil'il. .lt-rrx Childs. Phil iluu-s. lion Nun iwlllfi'
Ally. .inc kv 5 nil not he lmvk llns scuison H - V 5 . V
3.4 mm um-1. gvnim-Q 1,51 HHH. Ifllll' llirvv ,luck lwinlvly. ,lun l,1ljIVl'. .lun Stout
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,lorry Wilkinson. Harold imv. ,lohu llouglund
ffourh IAIIIQZIIII Huy.
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iiilltglilll Hay. xx ho vouvhvd the- goifvrs. had
Morris ifdxsurds and Jim i'il'0Iltlliil to round out ,3,,,.R
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last yvars squad. Both of them will hr' hawk this Y
svzlson. lioys who will proivahly he ou the squad
this yvur lwsidvs ifduards and lfroinuth arf' Tc-i'i'y
Harris. ,lim Stout. .luvk iialdviy. iirlicv Harris. and
'iwyem 'S ' 'dmzawe Wm .
WM6 Decide .lacing ecwan
Lack of experience proved too costly to the
New Castle baseball team of 1951, as the Trojan
squad failed to register a win all season. All of
the players, except five seniors, were under-
classmen. Errors and lack of hitting power were
the Trojans' downfall all season long. The Rose
City nine played nearly every team a good game
for about four or five innings, then the lack of
experience began to show. Several times it looked
as though the Trojans would come through with
victories, only to have their hopes shattered in
the late innings. The men of Troy played a tough
Logansport team down to the wire, only to falter
6 to 4. The greenies just couIdn't seem to get the
runs across the plate when they counted.
Trojan third sacker, Carlos Wallace, awaits
a throw in from outfield in the Kokomo game.
Roddy Miller, Trojan first saclvi
reaches for a high one before putti
out a Kokomo base runner.
jesse Reagen is shown crossing home plat
as the Kokomo catcher looks elsewhere.
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Eight hoys from the 1951 baseball team grad-
uated and will not play this year. Only a few
of them were regulars on the team, hut all of them
stuck with it. Those who will not he hack this
year are Logan Carnes, Mal Edwards, Bill Harlan,
Clen Lee. Roddy Miller. Fred Vanlloose, Max
Southerland, and Dale York.
Row One: Coach Hassfurder, Jim Perkins, LeRoy Nantz,
Tom Tinkle, Jerry Rains, Bill Melieehnie, Duane
Queener, Jesse Reagen.
Row Two: Fred VanHo0se, Joe Stanley, Alton Taylor,
Leon Ammerman, Max Sutherland, Dale York, Ronnie
Row Three: Logan Carnes, Mal Edwards, Carlos Wallace.
Bill Harlen, Glen Lee, Roddy Miller.
Little could have been done without the help
of Coach "Dutch" Hassfurder. Even though the
Trojans lost all their games, Hassfurder taught
the inexperienced team quite a few pointers. Since
most of the players were underclassmen and re-
turn to the team this year, 'iDutch,' thinks that the
hard work he and the boys put in last year will
pay off with plenty of wins this season. Coach
Hassfurder wouldn't let the boys get discouraged
and told them their turn will come in the future.
' Sew Deaelapcvzq Zaaldee
jane Horney, janie Stinson, and Ruth Hig-
gins, members of the fifth period physical edu-
cation class, are participating in a game of
basketball, one of the games played during the
Under the fllllflilllft' nl ,lun l"lennning1an4l ,lnanita
Mc-full. the girls gym elasses partielpale in il
halaneefl IbI'0g1I'Lill1 of sports activities. During the
uinter months they enjoy sueh sports as pingapnngr.
lvaskelhull. volleyhalll. ealisthenies. kit-khall. and
lnnihling. ln the spring: uncl fall they engage in
softhull. areherv. and speetlhall. Thev also have
free days when they may do any kind nf' zietivity
they fleslre. borne nf the tree Clay ilf'llNIllQ'S ure
hzultnintfm. rleek tennis. :intl tlillIf'iIl'!1. lxlillly of
these girls are nlenihers nl f,.A.,N.
"Bend, one, two, one two, three." Another
activity enjoyed by the girls' gym classes during
the winter months is calisthenics. These girls
from the fifth period class are doing one of the
many different exercises they learn.
l.carning the funclamentals of sports hrings
the hoys physical eclucation classes into contact
with many different activities. varying with the
sports calendar. llnrlcr their instructors. l.z1ngan
llay and lloh l.ee. they concentrate on marching.
culisthenics. tumhling. haskethall. volleyhull. hox-
ing. wrestling. weight-lifting. horizontal har,
parallel har. horse. flying rings and solth-ill.
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Push-ups. an exercise developed during calis-
thenics training. are the means of developing a
strong and well co-orflinated body.
Calisthenics are an opportunity for every hoy
to develop. Those hoys who do not excel in
competitive sports are given an equal opportunity
to mature physically hy exercising.
ln this way. all hoys receive the henefits of a
wholesome and well halancefl schedule.
llaskethall is one of the main activities cnjoyecl
hy the hoys' gym classes. The hoys flivirle up into
two teams and compete against each other. llcre
memhers of the thircl periocl gym class are play-
ing a fast game of haskethall.
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Our organizations, queens, musical and
dramatic groups filmed expressions of en-
thusiasm, anticipation, and surprise on the
faces of all of us throughout the year. All
of these activities with moments of excitement,
along with our academic work, help mold our
lives for the future.
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The l'f1oer11'x staff finds time for many ac-
tivities. During the year the staff sponsors the
Tourney Trot after the sectionals. They also give
a banquet for staff members as well as putting out
special issues of The Plzoenix during the year.
Journalism is fun. No one can convince the staff
that there isn't always some enjoyment in doing
its weekly assignments, in spite of its many ups
and downs. Here they check copy. write headlines,
and plan the dummy for next weekis paper.
FIRST AND SEMJNIJ SEMES'l'l:1R PIIUICNIX STAFF
Editor ......... ................ M arilyn tloar
Assoeiate Editor . . . . .. Ruth Lyons, Sandy Metlarthy
Feature ....,... Sandy Meffarthy. Sally Malloy
News .. ............ Janet llartwrighl
Sports . . . ........... Duane Queener
Exehange ..... Sally Malloy, ,lane llorney
..... .. ... .lane Horney, Norma liuek
.. l'atsy Poole, Susan Pope,
The print staff plays an important part in get-
ting The l,lI0l'IIl.3' out every week. These lmoys are
the people behind the scenes 1 the little men who
are always there, running the linotype. setting the
type. and printing The l,lI0f'lII.1'. The hoys under the
direction of Mr. lieguhn are: fllll' one- Mike Van-
Natta. Herlun Huckehy. Billy Denny: ron' Iwo
Harry Smith. Jerry Sorrell. Gary Bryant: mu'
tlzreef Claude Kirkpatrick. Charles. llay. Junior
Reporters ............. Norma lluek, .lim Ferkins,
Elaine Mellinnis, Doris Welrlr, Mary llaynes,
Sue Bennett. .laekie Lawless
Editorial Adviser ............... Mr. Norman Ballinger
FIRST AND SECOND SEMI-ISTl'IR PRINT ST.-XFFS
Makeup Foreman ..................... Mike YanNalta
.. .lunior Sloneroek
Fressnian ..... ................. .I erry Sorrell
Head Foremen Junior Stoneroek. llarry Smith
Ad Foremen ..... ..... l Bill llenney, Gary Bryant
Linotype Uperator .. Gary Davis. tlary liryant,
mm M ,-4 Zezm Www Qzfwz
"We need a two-column story for the front pagelii "How
many inches of ads will we have this week?"
'l'hcse arc just a few of the questions asked as the assignments
are made every week on the students' own paper. The l'l1oeni.x'. lfach
memlmer of the staff has a special jolr. hut everyone joins in when
it comes to writing news items.
It takes a lot of work to put together a school paper. Meeting
deadlines. making out dummies. copyreading. and gathering up-to-
the-minute news all go toward making up The l'lioeni.x'. lfach year,
The Pl1IIl'III',l' staff sponsors two lwig sulvscription campaigns which
give The l'lioeni,1 a wide circulation throughout high school and
lfirst Sl'lll1'Sll'I' Staff Standing: Mr. Ballinger. lluane Queener. First Row: Patsy Poole, Marilyn lloar, Phyllis
Price. Norma Huck. Sally Malloy. Second Row: Doris Weluln, liutli Lyons, Janet Cartwright. Sandy Melfarthy,
standing. .lane Horney. Third lclllfi .lim Perkins.
Second Semester Staff First Row: .lane llorney, lluane Queener. Sally Malloy. Janet tlartwrigllt. Second Row:
Norma Huck, :Xliee Kraulli, Susan Pope, Mary Lois Haynes. Third Role: Jackie Lawless. Elaine Mcllinnis, Sue Bennett.
Slunding: Nlr. Norman Ballinger. lllyllis lriee, Sandra Melfartlly, Marilyn Goar.
After a full day of picture taking, the staff "dolls up" for a picture of its own.
from 11 I In Klgfil Nlntttt llama Toni Rea, Mary Mayfield, Jayne White, Bessie TZlllllDll1'lDS, ,ludy llulzm-ll. ,lane
lltnningtr Ronnie llglllllllil llttty Stollltr, Donna Miller, Beverly Brenner, Terry llarris, Martha Foysl. Un the
liven in September, when the Rosenniai was only an appoint-
ment book filled with dates and a collection of ideas, we had high
hopes for its future. ln its pages. we hoped to record the happy
times we spent in N.1'l.S. in 1951-1952 through words and pictures.
With our pride and our ideas. we started to work. During
the summer, the editors went to lndiana University where they
chose the theme and planned the dummy. w'ith their help, the
rest of the staff organized to receive their staff positions and began
making picture appointments and planning a big publicity cam-
paign. When the dummy came in October. we saw our plans in
book form and we were eager to put our thoughts in action.
The year went by with the press conference at Franklin, the
choosing of the Hosennialis cover, and the addition of six juniors
to the staff the second semester. Time flew by. and before we
knew it. our deadlines were due. Then came a deluge of copy-
writing and picture mounting. The completed dummy was finally
sent away, and then we waited.
When it came back, everything was there W- the record of 1951-
1952 in New Castle High School. ive, the staff, present this year's
llosennial to you, w'ith pride.
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lfach nieinlmer of the liosenuial staff had his own special little jolt to perform. The l952
liosennial is made up of many small parts fe each done hy a memher of the staff.
Hur editors. Nauette and Donna. spent the year keeping the rest of us lvusy while husiness man-
ager Jayne planned ways to skimp and save to keep us out of the red.
lietty lined up appointments. pictures and information on faculty. Jane followed Tom Petty
around while he took cluh pictures and then had the fun of identifying the people in them.
Seniors and their activities were the property of Mary and Judy. Martha and Jayne dug through
stacks of glossies to organize the underclassmen pictures. Beverly and Bessie kept "shuttcrhug Tom"
lnusy snapping scenes for the activities section when he wasift working for the other staff memhers.
Day after day. liarhara. Jayne. and Terry spent the period persuading merchants to huy ads.
Duane compiled statistics and pictures to complete the sports section.
lflaine. Martha. and Sandy helped identify people in pictures. and Janet and Sally typed copy
and helped compile the index. These juniors will form the nucleus for the staff of next year.
Writing heads and making appointments with the engraver were two more of the many tasks that fell
to Nauettc and Uonna. Mr. Ballinger engineered the mounting of pictures and was always around to
see that our deadlines were met and that everything was put together correctly.
Picture Une Mary Mayfield. lietty Slohlcr. Judy llalzell, Jayne White, Martha lfoyst. l'iclura- 'I'u'n Donna
Miller. Nancttc Davis. Picture Three -- Bessie Tanilrucos, llarlnara Ramsey. ,lane l'fm-uningcr, l'icIur4. Four .
Sandy W1elIarthy. Sally Malloy, Duane Quccncr, Elaine Mctlinnis. Janet Cartwright, Martha Hartzcll.
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Row One: E. Carnes, M. Culp, M. Tatum, C. Cheshire, J. Bailey, J. Hall, R. Armstrong, S. Brown, C.
Elmore, R. Fiseliel, J. Thomas, M. Stubbs, N. Beek, M. Reeher, D. Davis, J. Helton, L. Newby. J. Stephens, J. Eastham,
D. Coers. .Row Two: R. Higgins, M. Lane, E. Daubenspeek, A. Stove, M. DeWeese, J. Stove, F. Clow, F. Poore, A.
Furlree, J. Sanders, C. Franklin, M. Ramsey, E. Ingram, I Van Hoy, K. Bailey, J. Moore, Mr. Martin. Row Three:
L. Horney, J. Carter, D. Riley, J. Sampley, J. Caldwell, D. Thomas, J. Fadley, T. Preble, F. Moystner. Row Four:
K. Luttrell, J. Carter, B. Reese, G. Bryant, H. Keith, E. Armstrong, P. Poindexter, B. Archey, D. Brenner, J. Andrews,
D. Locker, D. Pentecost, P. Bray. Row Five: F. Bans, B. Elwood, B. Tatum, R. Fisher, J. Hay, D. Eans, H. Bardsley,
T. Romine, M. Turner, G. Neff, J. Hurst.
The choir, under the direction of Don
Martin, played a big part in the school ac-
tivities of the year. To start the school year,
the choir gave a wonderful performance for
the annual Senior Vespers, which is sponsored
by the P.T.A. They inspired the listeners
with the traditional Christmas hymns, which
Working with the orchestra, the choir
also presented another series of concerts dur-
ing the year.
Seated around the piano, we have our
choir officers. They are, Randall Fisher,
librarian, Tom Romine, president, Jim
Brown, vice-president, Kay Phyllis Bailey,
treasurer, Mary Lou Stubbs, librarian, and
Mary Tatum, secretary.
Row One -M Marilyn Goar, Marian Moore, Joyce Thomas, Roberta Meeks, Bobbette Griffin, Judy Curlette.
Marvin Hutson, Janice Bell. Lois Witlslow.
Row Two e- Lorna Newby, Rheta Gorman, Joe Hurst, Mary Boyd, Jerry Harry, Glenn Higgs, Larry Wardlow,
Robert Johnson, Porter Poindexter, Tom Preble, Tom Romine. Benny Arehey.
Row Three - Charlene Zornes, Juanita Burnside, Charlene Elmore, Jim Myers, Joan Bailey, Fred Hawk, Kenny
Lnttrell, Joan Carlton, Benny Todd.
Setting the background for the senior
class play, Curtain Call, Crescendo Varieties,
and Commencement as well as giving con-
certs throughout the year are a few of the
activities of the orchestra. Bach day, the
fourth period, you'll find the members of the
orchestra directed by Ralph Burkhart busy
with every type of musical composition from
waltzes and concertos to marches. Ensembles
of members of the orchestra competed in the
state music contests. The strinfv ensemble
plays for several community events.
Officers elected this year to lead the
orchestra's activities were Marilyn Coar,
president, Joan Bailey, vice-president, Joyce
Thomas, secretary, and Joan Carlton, treas-
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Hou' 1,110 f N. Iivno, M. Brown, I. Land, J. Rm-1'4', J. Swuyzvv, I". Hawk, Il. Sinnnons, T. Mum-, U, Brown. Il
Wi-lrll. I". tlln-sliirv, J. Stonvrovk, I'. Rugvr, J. Thomas, WY. Brown. Ii. l'I'4'I'fvl'. Row '1'u'o - S. Ilryunt. ll. R1-inl, M
.'hIt'XZlIllIt'l'. Il. Griffin, H. lloffvy, I'. Uartvn, J. ClII'Il'IN', l'. Stinson, I.. N1-why, R. Gorman, M. Iiogston. I.. tfannl -
I.. XY inslow. How 'fhrz-0 -- U. Ih-nny, J. AtI2llllS, G. Javkson, R. Johnson. J. Stove-, M. Ilntson. Il. Iirunnnvr. Ii. Inga
soll, I.. Stnlts, lVl. lVIoor1-, K. llrvmivinan. R. Fisher. IS. Prusslvr. 1'0lHIll4'I0l'. Hou' Four J. Ilanning. G. Kirks-rt. 1
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Higgs. M. Moors-, ll. ll. Thompson. J. Harry. ll, Sinnnins, M. Iivvkvtt. Hou' Fire' -- l-1. XIEIIIIIIISIQIFIQ. . la Q.
Furla-y, Il. Stovvr, I'. IIFHIIIILIIII, J. I,lll'kl'II, J. Applv, Il. Ricks. Ron' Six - l'. I'oin4la-xtm-r. J. Sox. ll. Smith.
Aiitlri-iss, ll, Tullniun. Row Sl'l'l'll 7 IS. .-Xrvllvy. J. l'uyn1'. G. Wilkinson. tl. H. Clay. 'l'. Homin:-.
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Kvvpiiig in time with the music
tlvsvrilws the IIIHJOTQIIPS. They will long
hc rmneinhereml for their Chattanooga
Shoe Shim- Hoy numher acvompanied hy
livrnaril Pressler and the hand. The
nuijore-ttvs. consisting of seven girls. are:
1X'lll't'1IlIj.f Marv Ifllc-n Brown. lietty l t
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l't'0lfc-r. VX amla lirown. Ilene l,ancl. Joyce
Tlionias. Sffllldillg' -V Phyllis Hager, and
Norma Jvzin lleno. 3
,4zaa4e 7w7?w pep and ' '
Ron' Une: J. Andrews, tl. Smith, J. Sox, P. l'oindcxter. J. Reese, Mr. l'resslcr.
Hou' Tico: M. llutson. l.. Stults, lVl. fVloorc. l.. llorncy
Row Three: ll. Simmons, F. Hawk, U. Brown. ll. Clay
Whats a l'ep Session without the Pep l3and???
'l'hat's the cry that would he heard from the
lY.ll.S. students if ll. U. Pressler and his little
Slinkers didn-t faithfully appear at our pep
sessions. Playing the Trojan spirited tune. "Un
New tlastlefi always puts the students in high
The little Stinkers were originated in l950 and
since that time have played a lmig part in many
school activities. such as. Macerette practice. which
is the new cheer lmlock formed this year. They
also provided music for the annual Vfihoop De
Doo. which is sponsored hy the l'.T.A. The
Stinkers also took part in the "Trojan liand Nightli
at the Castle Theatre. Last hut not least the
little Stinkers traveled to many out of town
haskctlvall games and also played for the sec-
tionals. The Stinkers were always dressed in
comical costumes with false noses. wigs. and loud
neckties. This made them not only an ear catcher,
lint also an eye catcher.
The l'cp llantl. known as the Stinkers. will
always he rememlnered for their fine perform-
l. Achor, G. Thompson.
To have a good hand. we must also have
our band officers. Working hard for a
hetter hand are Utis Brown. quarter-master:
Betty Pfeffer. secretary: Norma ,lean Reno.
treasurerg and C. C. Thompson. captain.
The officers are kept husy with their
special duties. The captain and the quarter-
master have the jolm of inspecting uniforms
and instruments. The secretary keeps up the
Correspondence for the hand. and the
treasurer takes care of the l1and's money.
Low-niaking in every imaginahlc way
fully dcscrihcd the play. Hou' To Proposv,
with Rrucc llarris. Suzanne' Lyman. Judy
Sand:-rs. tl. ll. Clay. Jim Caldwell. Marcia
lllcdalvn. Sally Malloy. Don Copeland,
Ruthann lNlt-llowvll. Rohcrt Mcfllain. Roh
llructt. ,Icancttc Stafford and Ronnie Light-
Tho things that a man st-cfs and hears at
his own funeral was the theme of the play,
lilllfltll-Y Sl'f'lI1'. The- cast for this play was
Ruth Lyons. Shirley Morris. Jack Rohcrts.
Morris lfdwards. 'l'c-rry Harris. Randall
l"ishcr. Rctty l'l'cl'f'c1' and Mary Mayfield.
lfighting for one-'s life is difficult, no
inattcr what the situation may hc. hut with
thc he-lp of ont- girl. this symholic prohlcm
was solvcd. This was one of the scenes from
This Niglil Shall Pass with Sandy lVlr-Carthy,
,lnnior Land. and Hill Jones.
'l'hc stage crew is husily working to'
gcthcr lor the opcning pcrformancc. lfach
ol' the-sv girls is working on their special
dutics. Sue Holt. Carolyn Mayor. Janet Cart-
wright. Geraldine llall. Jill Wainscott. and
tlhcryl Solida arc setting up the stage scene,
while- Nancttc Davis and Mary Tatum are
looking ovcr the play in print.
' ea ' cc Staci '
Out of the music department last spring.
came one of the top shows of the year ---f
Crescendo Varieties. l"rom the pens of Jerry
llann. John lllack. llola Ceorge. and Marilyn
Copeland. flovved the words to make the
shovfs theme. "Summer Stock." unforgettable
lor those vvho san tt.
The story unfolded much of the talent of
N.ll.S. as it told of a Broadway troupe
stranded in a liarn which was converted to
a theater for its show.
The Stinkers beat out a little Dixieland music
While Nancy Fisher, Martha Lou johnson, Mary
Roy Catt, and Nancy Beck dance a lively Charles-
ton, and strum their ukuleles. The set for the
barn surroundings was made by the att classes.
The Broadway players discovered a singer in
the farmer's daughter. llVlarcia liamseyl. J. C.
Addison played the gun-totin' farmer. and Holm
George and ,loan Dee Cooper played the leads in
the shovv as singers.
During rehearsals and the actual performance
ol the shovv. the various other acts were given.
Jackie lfadely. Holm lleese. and Don Thompson
presented a comical version of "Nevertheless.'i
lloli Ceorge and the sextette sang "You're Just in
Love" and 'Sitting hy the wlilitlovvfi The hoysi
quartette harmonized on "l.indy Lou" and "Dream
rw . . .. . . .
the pit choir joined the cast ln singing
"Country Style" under the direction of Mr. Martin,
Mr. l'ressler. and the orchestra.
The Mills llrothers tlloh Stohler. Kelly Wise.
l,arry llleyers. and Jackie llohcrtst gave their
rendition of "Paper Doll" and "lip a l.azy River."
Mal Edwards sang "Basin Streeti' with an excellent
lighting effect. and Marcia Ramsey sang "l'ut Your
Arms Around Me. lloneyu in a Sophie Tucker style.
Several other vocalists included Mary Tatum. Tom
liomine. Davy llavisson. .lean llanta. and llarlmara
Instrumental solos vvere given lay Charles Hine-
hart. llorter lloindexter. and Charles llrelmle.
A learn of dancing girls opened the snnnner
stock production vvith "Cel Happy." and a chorus
line of high-stepping dancers closed it with "Lul-
lahy of l'lroadvvay." Thc finale was presented hy
the entire cast singing "There's No Business Like
The month of September meant the beginning
of school. cooler weather. football games. and
homework. Deanna W'orl and Phil Lance were
two of the freshmen who peered behind the doors
to be sure they had the right room number. The
now full-fledged seniors felt much older and wiser
and watched the freshmen with great glee.
October brought such things as Teaeher's
lnstitute. which meant a few days of vacation,
the Journalism lnslitute at Franklin College, Hal-
loween. and club initiations. At the football
games. pledges from Hi-Y. Questers. and Alpha
and lleta 'fri-lli-Y were at the mercy of the older
club members as they struggled through the rough
With the coming of November. N.H.S. students
began looking forward to llarvest Hop. the
Purdue Assembly. Thanksgiving. and basketball
season. The orchestra gave its first concert of the
year. and the dramatics department presented
"Curtain Call." After the smoke of basketball
try-outs cleared away, the Trojans opened the
season with lots of practice and instruction from
The highlights of December for the seniors were
College Guidance Day and the annual Senior
Vespers sponsored by the l'.'l1.A. There were club
parties. and the SunShine Society held its Faculty
Tea. After Christmas came lleta Tri-lli-Yis Holi-
day Dance. and New Yearis live parties ended a
festive month. U
On ,lanuary l. many Trojans traveled to
Kokomo for the New Yearis Tourney only to see
our team defeated by l.ogansport and Anderson.
Students voted for King lfskimo at National
llonor Societyis after-game-dance. SunSbine
girls held their annual chili supper and theater
party. Those dreaded exams came along and
found many students like this. strangely un-
lfehruary - the month of hearts and hirthdays.
llut to ns it meant the month of lleta 'llri-lli-tis
Hearts llop and the musie departmentis winter
eoneert and music' eontest. Ili-Y honored its
fathers and mothers with a hanquet. Seniors
were taking scholarship exams. and many made
definite plans ahout the eollege they would at-
tend hy looking over pamphlets and eatalogxs as
these seniors are doing.
Nlareh winds aunouneed tht- eyentual eoming
of spring. The Sun5hine Soeiety reyealed its
seerets at the ldeal l,adies Party and lleta 'liri-lli-Y
honored all the sportsmen of X.ll.S. with its
l,etterman's Banquet. This was the month when
"Hoosier llysteria" reaehed its peak with tht- state
finals. lioyal 'llroianst along with hundreds of
others all over the state. eagerly watehed their
television sereens to see who would he state ehamps.
April showers! The rains eame. hut they didnit
put a damper on usl ln April eame the ehoir's long
awaited tour. lli-tis lies! Girl llanquet. and the
Seienee lfair. A few days hefore lfaster. Sunhihine
had its impressive lfaster Sunrise Seryiee. Yational
llonor Soeiety held its induetion hanquet for new'
memhers. tfreseendo Varieties made a hig hit. and
the senior class proudly presented "l"amily liirele"
as their elass play.
lfor all of us. Nlay meant heing husy. There
were parties for senior eluh memhers. and the
juniors honored the seniors with a neyer-to-he-
forgotten Prom. llonor Day launched the week
of graduation aetixities and was soon followed hy
Class Day and llaeealaureate. lfxams were over.
and then eame Ciommeneement and the elose of
Q school. Seniors elimaxed their tfommeneement
with the l .'l'.A.'s danee and the lihamher of tion:-
mereeis Night lfluh Party.
June ht-gan three months of summer and yaea-
tion. Many students planned to work during
vacation while others went haek to sehool for
summer sehool. Some were fortunate in just
heing ahle to loaf at the pool and the eanteen.
Still other X.ll.S. students made plans for trips.
Paeking. tiekets. maps. and time tahles all went
to make a good yaeation for llflores and Patty as
they hoard the train for an exeiting summer
Memories, memories, our Prom
welll recall. She reigned as queen,
and with her court made Prom the
best of all. Memories, memories,
we'll never forget the sceneg
Spring Nocturne was the setting
when we made her our Prom
Attendants to the Prom Queen were presented with white
satin banners bearing the numbers 1951 in red.
The attendants were, from left to right, jane Pfenninget,
Mary Culp, and Shirley Locker.
' -'vmrmagfeszg ' :vm
..."l crown you queen of the l95l Junior
These words spoken hy the junior class
president. Jerry Dann. highlighted the eve-
ning of May l9th as he crowned Donna
The theme. "Spring Nocturne." formed
the setting for streamers in shades of amber.
yellow. and orange which fringed the dance
floor of the armory and formed the false
During intermission. the dancers saw the
junior dramatics class present several scenes
of memories of other Proms. The enter-
tainment was climaxed hy the presentation
of the queen and her attendants.
Jimmy Stier and his orchestra filled the
air with music. and memories were made for
everyone at the l95l Junior Prom.
Escorts to the queen and her attendants stood behind
their dates' chairs in a semicircle formation during the crowning.
Other attendants were Marilyn Goar, Nanette Davis, Martha
Foyst, and Barbara Ramsey.
Wearing her crown of white carnations and
red roses. lletty Stohler led the grand march
following her crowning as queen of lleartls
lletty was crowned hy her escort. l,arry
Nlcycrs. after Donna Charlton announced the
queen and her seven attendants.
The animal girl-ask-hoy affair. which is
sponsored hy Beta Tri-Hi-Y each Fehruary. was
decorated with white streamers and tiny red
Roh Armstrong and his hand played for the
ln a setting ol' streamers of autumn colors.
Marilyn Coar. escorted hy tl. fl. Thompson. was
crowned queen of Hi-Yls annual Harvest Hop.
She was crowned hy Terry Harris. president
of Hi-Y. The twelve-piece hand of Dick lVlor-
denti provided the music for the homecoming
Leon Ammerman smiles happily as Marilyn
Coar crowns him King Eskimo at the Snow
Spin. sponsored after a haskethall game hy
the National Honor Society. Tom Prehle's
orchestra set the musical hacliground.
'l'his year. lor the first time sinee IQBH. N.Il.S. has had a
tlehate team to enter into eompetitive speaking, It has taken much
uork. preparation. and earefnl eoaehing to train this group of eager
stntlents to he polishetl flehaters. antl Nlr. llisley is the man hehintl
the seenes who has so patientlv :lone all this. This vearis nation-
uule tlehate question is eonseription of Aineric-an eitizens in time
:X meek of strenuous eatnpaigning preeedetl the eleetion of
one senator antl four representatives to the lhlrcllle Legislative As-
seinhly. Taking part in a rnoclel legislature. these students learn
government through lU'lllZ1l praetiee.
A speeeh elinie for clehaters and exteniporaneons speakers
was heltl at the same tilne as the Assembly. llere Janet Trittsehlth
antl llelen lllaeklmnrn were ehosen among the top ten speakers. antl
lleverly llrenner was named one of the top ten speakers in the
llonse of llepresentatives.
lll'1B.X'l'l'I Sealed: W. Hlalu-nship. J. Life. J. Trittsehuh. H. Hlaeklvurn,
F. Moystner. ll. Parrish. IC. Ingersoll. Smnrlingz Mr. Risley. M. Ilartzell,
J. Stafford. li. Yernon. X. lxranth. lx. Tyner. l'l'Rlll'l'l ASSl'iMlil.Y '-
Sealerl: J. FTUIIIIIIII. J. Life. Nl. llartzell. ll. Blaeklnlrn. U. Stohler. J.
'l'rittsehnh. l'. l'oole. Siumling: M. Tatum. ll. Brenner. F. Moystner. R.
Vernon. J. Broun. ll. llrenner.
I,ISlI'llllllIYt' l'AlllI'llll0tI that s a lug name
for u elass that is giving many students an
excellent opportunity to learn salesmanship.
After swf-vial arrangements with downtown
iuerehanls. they seeure kiolms to put into praetieo
what they have learned.
,lane Pfenninger and llandall Fisher admire
the plaque presented to the svhool hy the
Curtis Publishing Company for outstanding
aehievement in selling magazine suhseriptions
to finance the printing of the schoolis literary
magazine. Trojan TfI'17IllIl'. Jane and Randall
were business managers of the drive.
Working out letter formations
fell to Martha Foyst. Mara ,lane
' Stinson. and Doris Coers. officers
of the Macerettes.
As president. Martha took
charge of business meetings. Mara
Jane. as secretary. took roll at all
meetings. and the treasurer. Doris.
kept track of financial affairs.
Leaelersliip. scholarship. and character fle-
termine the junior liotarians who are selected
each year luv the llotary Cluh which chooses the
leaders of the community. Une of the eight
seniors chosen attends the Rotary tiluh dinner
meeting each month.
Members ol' National llonor Society and
the senior class president automatically lvecome
,lunior Rotarians. Others are elected hy mem-
lrers ol' the National llonor Society.
lfach liov attends llotarv for one month.
The honor ol' heing selut a Xltrusa
Girl carrie lo seven N.tI.S. se s v
Altrusa tlluh chose them as outs t o
their plans in vocational lie
r w .
lhese girls vvere selectefl luv a ronnnl
of Altrusa tilnlm mcmlvers on was s o lcat
ship. prolmalrility to suect s Xltl int
lleautician. teacher. alot on 1 nm
teacher vvere among the lll0l1NN s
girls have chosen.
JUNIUR RUTARIANS ---- Row
Une: Robert l'sher. Randall
Fisher. Jerry Dann, Marvin
Turner. Row Two: Morris Eil-
wards. Terry Harris, Jim lirown.
Al.'l'Rl'SA UIRLS Standing:
Susanne Lynunl. Joanne Ilen-
nett. Sitting: Bertha Hager,
Patty liuneh. Marie Williams,
Lois Winslow, :hlllllS Marks.
ALPHA CHAPTER OF TRI-HI-Y
Row Une -A M. IJlxWl'1xS0, D. Laurie, M. Bac-h, Miss Bupley, J. MeMash-rs, B. Caldwell, B. Cro-gory, J. Dalzell
li. Lyons, l.. Hodson, J. Stove.
Row Two B. Bay, J. Bennett, M. Logston, N. Reno, J. Thomas, S. Wiley, L. Mareum, J. Smitherman, E. Craw
ley, P. Seotl, N. Conway, C. Elmore.
Row Tlzree M. Beeher, D. Corum, D. Popejoy, I. Page, C. Cleek, J. Eastham, L. Brookshire, E. Catron, J
Sanders. B. Vernon. A. Stove, H. Blaelchllrn.
Ron' Four - P. Stinson, C. Shaw, J. Hamilton, A. Laurie, C. Matthews, C. Cline, F. Catron, B. Taylor, P. Crogg,
B. Caldwell, l". Pentieuff.
BETA CHAPTER OF TBI-HI-Y
Row Um' - l.. Smith, J. Hamilton. M. Goar, B. Brenner, M. W'illiams, J. Rees.
Hou' Two f J. l.il'e, S. Hoover, S. Locker, S. Lynam, M. Culp, D. Miller, M. Tatum, S. Morris, J. White, J. Morris,
B. Stohler, l. Calland, J. Caldwell.
Row Three J. Pfenninger, J. Sandlin, A. Furhee, N. Davis, A. Fleming, H. Baker, A. Krauth, S. Van Natta. J. Law-
less, S. Carpenter, D. Charlton, I.. Razor, P. Cooeh, C. Salida, B. Ramsey.
Row Four -- M. Me-dalen, J. Blaek, J. Carrard, P. Poole, P. Lovely, S. Malloy, S. M1'Carthy, N. Burk, M. Bergin,
E. M1-Cinnis, M. Rose, C. Mayer, V. Enoehs, D. Evans.
How Fire --A R. MeDow4-ll, J. Wainseott, J. Ustlund, D. Higgins, S. Loekridge, J. Stafford, M. Hartzell, J. Bailey,
B. Higgins, B. Bnfkin, D. Welsh, J. Cartwright, M. Foyst.
Row Six - J. llorney, P. Adkins, P. Bunch, B. Rager, S. Pope, J. Alexander, P. Wriglnt, S. Holt, P. Abrams, K.
Bailey, J. Thomas, D. Davis, M. Cross, B. Pfeffer.
Delivering baskets of fruit to needy
families, sponsoring the Holiday and
Hearts Hop dances, holding the Letter-
men's Banquet, and Maw, Paw, 81 Me
Banquet were only a few of the many
activities of Beta Chapter of Tri-Hi-Y this
Beta was formed this year from Fi-Del
and was led hy Beverly Brenner, presi-
dent. Her officers were lVlarilyn Coar,
vice-presidentg Joyce Hamilton, secre-
taryg Marie Williams, treasurerg Nanette
Davis, chaplain, and Shirley Morris,
The girls had as their motto: "Pure
thoughts. pure words, pure aetionsfl Their
purpose was "to create. maintain, and
extend throughout the school, home, and
community. high standards of Christian
Beta's sponsors were lVlrs. Richard Ring
and Mrs. Lewis Larrison.
Betty Caldwell led the Alpha Tri-
Hi-Y this year through its many and
varied activities. She was assisted hy
Joyce lVlclVlasters, vice-president, Ruth
Lyons, secretaryg Lois Hodson, treasurerg
Shirley Beck, chaplain, and Beverly
Gregory, sergeant-at-arms. lVliss Helen
Rupley was the sponsor.
Alpha took over selling from Beta at
the last three home games. Also, they
helped in the spring Plaster Lily Sale.
Two parties highlighted the year. In
lfelrruary. a Valentine Party was held in
the First National Bank lmasement, and in
Nlay, the annual Senior Party was given
for the graduating girls.
Alpha went together with Beta to lruy
the new dean of girls a potted plant to
welcome her to New Castle High School.
ma- 715- Z
Questers I-Ii-Y is the only N.H.S.
club restricted to underclassmen boys.
They meet every Monday evening in the
In the fall, Questers had a Pledge
Party for its new members. At Christ-
mas, they decorated the Canteen Christmas
tree. Later on in the year, the boys held
their annual Father-Son Banquet.
John Hougland, Charles Bay, and Bill
Wilt were sent to Camp Tecumseh last
summer for Hi-Y training. Also, some
boys were sent to the Older Boys Confer-
ence at Connersville.
At Christmas, Questers gave baskets to
the needy people.
Leading the group this year, along with
Lewis Larrison, sponsor, were John
Hougland, president, .lim Wright, vice-
president, George Smith, secretary, Ed
Ingersoll, treasurer, and Harry Keith,
Living by their platform - clean
speech, clean scholarship, clean living -
the Hi-Y boys this year made their club
one of the outstanding in the school.
Terry Harris led the boys this year
along with C. C. Thompson, vice-president,
John Ray, secretary, Tom Rea, treasurer,
Jim Brown, chaplain, and .lerry Rains,
In the fall, the boys initiated their new
members at a pledge party held at the
Lewisville Shelter I-Iouse. The pledges
gave skits and imitated the older members.
Hi-Y sponsored the Harvest Hop again
this year and held the annual Best Girl
Banquet. To this banquet the boys took
their best girls and feted them to a
delicious supper and a good band. Parents
were honored at the annual Mother, Father,
3: Son Banquet.
Row One -- D. Branmwr, C. Ray, H. Keith, E. Ingersoll, C. Smith. J. Wright, J. Ilouglaml, ll. Wilt, M. B4-4-lu-lt
Row Two -- J. Apple, E. Kelly, J. Childs, J. Armstrong, ll. Spiver, J. Myvrs, li. Tyner, J. Mocllin. ll. llulxlwin
Row Three W- J. King, F, llll0SlllI'l', ll. llrn-nm-r, ll. Tallnlan, T. Rolwrts, ll. Lovlu-r, T. Aaron. l.. llorna-y, li
Raw One -A J. lirown. J. Rains, T. Rea, T. Harris, J. Ray, G. C. Thompson.
Row Two --- J. Crow, T. R0llllll1', R. Fisher, J. Rohn-rts, J. Vamlerln-ek, D. Myers, J. Payne, M. Sunmlvrs. T. Payne,
B. Joni-s, K. Armstrong. J. Johnson.
Row Three -s B. Howard, J. Frolltlltll, H. Barilslvy, ll. Wilkinson. li. Tix-hm-nor, l'. l'oiml1-xt:-r, E. llassacly, T. Tinklv,
K. Bunch, R. McLane, U. Riley, Mr. Recd.
Row Four - M. Edwards, M. Bruminvr, M. Turner, ll. Bryant, A. Mvlinight, li. Allen, K. Armstrong. K. l.uttr4-ll,
B. Walcott. li. Motllin, R. M1'Corn1avlc, J. Grimes.
Row Fire --- J. l'hare-s, J. Dann, R. Usher, D. Boyd. J. Re-f-sv, F. Moyslm-r. U. Brlunhack. J. liulnlwe-ll. G. ll. Clay,
D. Copeland, D. Anderson. J. Land, D. Carbon.
Row Ono -f 'I'. M1-Iilroy, M. Ili-1-ki-lt, Ii. Ingersoll. I". Moystncr, M. Mutlhvws, N. Davis, H. M4-lforlnaa-Ia, ll. Ilrummer,
II. Ilrvnm-r, J. lillillls. H. Ifisllvr.
Row Two -- J. M04-ks, I.. Nvwlry, I'. Stinson, M. Logan, S. Wil:-y, M. Mcilalvn, S. M4-Cartliy, II. Ruger, J. Ostlunil,
H. Armstrong. l'. Ailkins, IJ. Higgins., B. Taylor, F. liatron, R. Mvllowoll, K. Tynvr.
Row Thrvv J. lirown, I.. Johnson, J. Iluilvy, I.. Hrooksliirv, H. Bllfklll, IQ. Mvllinnis, J. Blue-k. N. Hrown, S. lirafl,
M. liuri-nilvr, li. Hinshaw, l'. Ragvr. l'. Lovely, XY. lilankvnsllip, l'. Carton, T. I'aym-, Miss Ilodson.
Hou' Four I.. Rains. I.. Ilotlson, ll. Irvin, Ii. lirmmvr, S. Morris, J. Adams, J. Bullard, S. Uri-gory, Ii. Griffin,
IC. Armstrong. J. liurnsiilv, l'. Iiirvh, II. Xvorl, Ii. Hotlson, J. I'fvnning4-r, Il. Millvr, I'. Hulrhins.
Row Fin- li. llunvh, Il. Iiyons, S. Malloy, J. Stafford, IQ. Hailvy, Ii. Iiink. J. Usllornv, M. lionway, Wi. I'lign0y,
M, liuilvy, li. ffutron, A. K1-ith, I.. Ailqlison, J. Ne-ff, J. I'lc-asunl, S. Simvrly, NI. BI'iilllIll1'I'.
Row Six li. Alle-n, ll. Smith. H. Kvllll, I.. Hornvy, I'. Avhor, J. 0'Re-ar, J. Hurry, R. Ricks, Il. Spit-1-r, ll.
Amlvrson, 'I'. Harris, U, Brlllllllilfk, K. Armstrong.
Hou' Um' - - S. l'opa-, M. Huntvr. M. Ilarlzi-ll, ll. Parrish, E. lluulwiispvrk, J. Sandi-rs, I". Moystnn-r, R. Ilslu-r, S
Wilvy, l. Van lloy, S. lirown, S. Ilrallway.
Row Two Miss l'ogu4-, M. l.unv, R. Hake-r, J. I.if4-, J. Stow, A. Stovv, I.. Care-ntl:-r, I. Ilotlirovk, N. Murvum
ll. I"islu'r, J. 'I'rilts1'l1ull.
Row Tlxrvv I.. Huriling, R. Johnson, J. Hurst, D. Farley, M. Iidwartls, V. llonnn-y, l'. Xhxissv, Ii. Griffith, J
tim-lt-tt. 12. Coffs-y, I. lrive.
Spanish Club this year did many different
things to keep itself busy.
Because of the early Christmas vacation,
its annual party wasn't held until after the
holidays. Some of the members presented
the play, "Una Pasadaf' at this party.
Another misfortune came their way when
bad weather cancelled their after-game dance.
Cookies, which the club was going to sell at
the dance, were sold in the library after
school. A complete sellout was the result.
In May, the annual Spanish Club
Banquet was held at the Y.M.C.A. The
officers for the coming year were an-
Leading the club this year were Fred
Moystner, presidentg Robert Usher, vice-
presidentg Judy Sanders, secretaryg Shirley
Wiley, treasurerg and Miss Lewelta Pogue,
Interesting programs at the monthly
meetings highlighted the year for the many
Latin Club members. The programs were
planned to better acquaint the Latin stu-
dents with the history and customs of
Last fall, the new members were initiated
at a meeting where they took a make-believe
trip to Tartarus, the underworld. Here, they
met many gods and goddesses who explained
their purpose and reason for being there.
In October, Miss Hatcliffe told the group
about her trip to Europe by using moving
pictures taken there. The Christmas pro-
gram, in December, was given by the Latin
22 classes, and January featured the same
class presenting Miss Mabel Hodson, their
sponsor, with a blue and yellow S.P.Q.R.
banner. This banner was hung in room 204.
Guiding the club this year were Ronald
McCormack, Jresidentg Fred Movstner, vice-
Q 1 , .
presidentg Nanette Davis, secretaryg and
Mar Rose Matthews, treasurer.
This year the junior and senior chapters
of F.H.A. went together to form a combined
group, doing away with the two groups
The girls belonging to F.H.A. work step
by step to become future homemakers by
putting into practice different phases of
homemaking. Using this step by step idea,
the girls had as their theme, "Footsteps
Toward the Homes of America."
This year l".H.A. had a wiener roast in
September and a Christmas party in De-
cember, along with several other social
The girls make their money, which is
used for charity and to send delegates to
state and national meetings, by sponsoring
an after-game dance and holding rummage
and bake sales.
Mrs. Elizabeth Vogel was sponsor with
lna VanHoy as president, Ruth Fischel,
vice-president, Pat Kelsay, secretary, Phyllis
Hager, treasurer, Pat Lovely, historian, Judy
Life, parliamentariang and Elaine Ingram,
Judging corn, wheat, livestock, and
chickens, taking a trip to Illinois in the spring,
and honoring their parents at a Parent and
Son Banquet in March were only a few of the
many activities of the Future Farmers of
America this year. .
The boys raised money by selling seeds
and staging a paper drive. The aim of the
club is to buy farm machinery and to farm
its own land.
President of F.F.A. this year obert
Huse. Other officers were Ja' Fa ly,
vice-president, Donald Thompson, ecret yg
and Jim Hamm, treasurer. Morris Weekly
sponsored the club.
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Run' 'l'u'n Hrs. Yogvl. lf, llinsllaw. I.. Tinklv. M. Slmldarnl. I. Rollnrork. Y. Broun. lx. Broun. R. IA-llllv.
Run' Threw lf, Kvulls. l'. lx:-lsn-y, J. Jonvs. H. llrfwv. YY. Riglwy. R. .-Xrmslrnng.
FITT IC l"'XlU'll'IRS Ulf ,VKTVIERICN
Ron' Um' U. Hutsun. B. Hugh:-S. J. I-'mllf-y. ll. Thompson, B. Rfwsc-. J. Hamm. P. Howl. 41. Yum-ka-y. ll. Bnml
Rnu' 'l'u'u - Mr. Wm-kly. R. Hridvr. H. We-4-snf-r. J. Hagrrman. U. Forlws. R. Str-phvns. R. Stulls. ll. Yue-kvy. H
Ron' Thru' H.W'il1lliI1gl13l1I, U. Shaff-r. H. Bowman. T. Pnavork. K. Rl'f'lIIII'lll3l1. fl. W'ilkinS0n. H. Tlmmpsrm,
N. Rogvrs. YY. Pfvzms. R. Cox, B. Wxxrlllilmglnlm. J. Hanning.
Ron' fllll' I". Sanders, R. Voris. .l. Rains, B. Foster, B. Patton, M. Dudley, K. Bailey.
Ron' Two - Il. Riley, II. Crandall, B. Norris, J. Stanley. F. Shelton, B. Meliee.
Row Three ---- Ii. Justice, J. Rouse, M. Reutvr, P. Niles, E. Surher, Mr. Spenrer.
I"IVI'lIItI4l BUSINESS I.l'IADERS OF AMERICA
Ron' Une -W P. Moore, C. Clay, J. Jolmson, D. Browning, D. Locker, R. Usher, R. Prater.
Ron' Two --- I.. Mareum, J. Courtney, P. Wright, S. Holt, C. Clark, P. Browning. J. Bennett, T. Turner. N. Cash
dollar, J. Mc'Masters, B. Ray, D. Welmli, D. Davis, J. Hamilton. '
Ron' Three M- M. Butler, E. Poore, M. Tatum, D. Miller, N. Burk, J. Horney, J. Lawless, M. Bergin, W. Shef
field, M. Ritenour, B. Caldwell, P. Weisse.
Row Four - M. Adams, D. Mettert, S. Gregory, J. Ballard, S. Ballard, R. Armstrong. D. Spf-nver, J. Stegner
J. Carender, S. Duffey, M. Fleet, J. Bishop.
Row Fire - B. Gregory, A. Ballenger, J. Cater, J. Burnside, C. Matthews, D. Popejoy. I. Page. C. Cline, R.
Higgins, P. Birch. J. Hamilton, C. Vores. Mr. Aldrieh.
Row Six W- M. Medalen, M. Lorton, N. Reno. P. Reno, J. Thomas, N. Dale, M. Beam, M. Poore, R. Davis, Mr.
Une of the most active clubs in N.H.S.
is the Future Business Leaders of America.
They try to put into practice what they learn
everyday in classes.
l".B.l..A. this year bought an electric
typewriter. and a 10-key adding machine,
plus other useful things in the business de-
The main project of the club is operating
the bookstore. Students can buy all school
supplies and candy here between every
Each year our F.B.l..A. chapter has helped
get one new chapter of the organization started
some place in Indiana.
Two initiations were held this year. one
at the beginning of each semester.
To make money. F.B.L.A. sold jello and
had a 'fyping committee that typed tests for
teachers and assignments for students for
a small fee.
Officers this year were Albert Cash-
dollar. president: Phyllis Browning. vice-
president: Joanne Bennett. secretary: Wilma
Rickert. treasurerg and Glenda Clark, re-
The Machinist Club was formed for the
purpose of enabling boys taking vocational
machine shop to organize into a group. The
boys held a meeting once a month and had
a big party at the end of the year.
Throughout the year. tho boys took field
trips to factories throughout this area. In
May. the graduating boys were presented
with a gift from the club.
The Hflreasy Skida' was sponsored by the
club after one of the basketball games. The
boys advertised their dance by making
posters and decorating the bulletin board in
the main hall.
First semester officers with Jack Spencer,
sponsor, were Jerry Bains. presidentg Bob
Foster. secretaryg and Bill Patton, treasurer.
Bob Foster served as president the second
semesterg Keith Bailey was elected secretary,
and Bill Patton remained treasurer.
A three-day trip to Versailles State Park
was the big event on the agenda for the
members and sponsors of Science Club this
past year. Those going spent their time
hiking. studying nature, learning about soil
erosion. and in the evenings. square dancing.
A chili slipper was held last fall to start
things for the year. The members all
pitched in and helped make that and the
annual Science Fair, which was held in April,
a success. A requirement of the students
was a display connected with biology. physics,
or chemistry. The demonstrations ranged
from "How to Make Soapi' to the study of
different species of birds.
First semester officers under the guidance
of Mr. liookout. lVliss Rankin, lVlr. Hodson,
and Mr. Rinehart, were Robert Usher. presi-
dent: David lliley. vice-presidentg and David
Serving for the second semester were
Randall Fisher. presidentg Bertha Hager,
vice-presidentg and Phyllis Price, secretary-
The Girls, Athletic Association was or-
ganized for the purpose of stimulating in-
terest in good sportsmanship. The girls
participated in such sports as basketball,
volleyball, howling, kickhall, and speed-
hall with other schools.
At the end of the school year, the seniors
were feted at a May Banquet held at Mun-
cie. At this party members are given awards
according to the number of points earned
during the year.
Ufficers for the year were Janet Smither-
man, presidentg Lillian Marcum, vice-
presidentg Alyce Stove, secretaryg and Helen
Blackburn, treasurer. Miss Jan Fleming and
Mrs. Juanita McGill co-sponsored the group.
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llsln-r. 5. Nlailloy. Nl. lvlvlllllvll. l'. Low-ly. J. Young. S. Hllllllvllllill.
Ron' Two li. Lyons. l.. lloilson. Nl. llunle-r. Nl. l.ainr. l. Yun lloy. li. lluiilu-lispa-1-k. ll. lluvis, l'. Prim-, ll. Will
li. H1'1'llt'I', Mr. llookolll.
Row Threw - D. Laurie, I. Rotlirork, A. Lauriv. S. Pope, E. Ingram, R. Fisvlicl, G. Parrish, J. Stools, A. Fleming
J. Lifv, M. Culp, A. Krunth, M. Hartzvll, Mr. Hodson.
Ron' Four li. llurris. ll. Ricks. J. Brown. D. .'xlI1l1'l'S0ll. T. llurris. ll. lYl1'I4illli', ll. llrulvr. ll. Will. T. llvu
W. Curie-r. ll. llzirluon. M. llrunnm-r. H. lfisln-r. Mr. liinvliarl.
GIRLS' -KTlll.l'1TItI ,KSS1NIl.'X'l'ION
lfou' Um' H ll. Taylor. lf. Catron, l'. Holrinson. S. Wilson. ll. lillll'lilIlll'll. X. Slovo, J. Sniillu-rnian. l.. NIHFVIIIII
l". M4-rm-ililli. I.. flill'1'lNl1'l'.. H. Troxvll. Mrs. N14-Gill.
,flI1l'7'H'U Nliss Truinor. l". llzllron. li. XX ule-oil. ll. Xliorl, .l. Slow-. W. Rl'l'll1'I'. ll. Koruni. l'. llugvr, ll. lllmrllon
ll. lloe-rs. J. .-Mlzlnls. Wliss .lun lflvmingz.
Ron' ,l'l1l'l'l' ll. llzirelgrovv. J. Slllllll1'TllIZlIl.. K. llorninn. Y. lluallvy. l., ffurnplu-ll. 5. llnflvy. J. .-Klvxziiislw, ll
xxilllll. Nl. Sninlonl, ll. llulllwvll. li. llulmlisi-ll. l.. liuzor. XX. lilfllllf.
Row Une - Y. Maynard, P. Kc-Isay, S. Mosf-r, J. Bell, I. Land, N. Martin, C. Hinshaw, N. Cr:-gory.
Row Two - J. Alvxandvr, D. Mrttert, J. Harding, J. Brown, E. Griffith, L. Tinkls-, S. Trcmain, II. Walcott, L.
Carvmlvr, II. Enovhs, D. Holtzt-ll, G. Parrish, J. Young, M. Bailey.
Row Thrve -- M. Ifrown, IV. Br-rgin, K. Gorman, M. Stoddard, V. Pleasant, S. Simvrly, R. Armstrong, D. Wall,
N. Uoten, C. Irwin, I'. Rager, A. Jordan.
Row Four -A E. Hodson, N. Brown, D. Corum, L. Johnson, C. Elmore, J. Cheek, J. Trittschuh, J. Osborne, J. Neff,
P. Moore, L. Addison, D. Fisher, D. Worl.
Row Five -f-- C. Corhin, B. Bouslog, J. Smitherman, A. Ballinger, M. I-Iaynos, P. Mendenhall, C. W'ilIs, J. Curlett,
E. Armstrong, L. Campbell, J. Neal, I. Rothrovk.
Row Ono -f N. Davis, E. Crawle-y, L. Grayson, C. Solida, J. Life-, J. Blavk, E. Mvllinnis, I'. Rohinson, B. Slohlcr,
M. Ifoyst, J. Pla-nningvr.
Row Two -- S. M1-Carthy, M. Goar, II. Ilufkin, E. Daulwnspevk, J. Cartwright, N. Rvno, D. Ast, M. Stinson
J. Smitlu-rman, K. Harding, M. Ramsoy, D. Burgnor, K. Mt'ConnvII, Y. Balvs.
Row Three -- J, Whitt-, J. Elrod, S. Carprnter, S. Ilradway, U. Franklin, S. Brown, E. Ingram. C. Johnson
l'. Iloovh, D. Milla-r, M. Matthc-ws, VV. Rivkert, C. Elmore, Ii. Rage-r, J. Wainscott, Mrs. Fylions Fisher.
Row Four - l'. l'oolv, H. Blackburn., U. Russell, I'. Sanders, M. Cross, J. Morris, J. Stvphf-ns, J. Rv:-s, M. Rose,
S. Lo:-kt-r, II. Ratvliff, Ii. Dc-Witt, Wh Brown, M. IJcWe0s0, M. Culp, A. Krauth, S. Malloy. B. Ramsry.
Row Ifivc- - - J. Eastham, 0. lilus, J. Stn-vlc-, A. Fla-ming, I. Van I-Ioy, R. Fisvlwl, S. Holt, I'. Wrigllt, J. Ustlund, II.
Iirvnnvr, S. Pope-, I'. Iilvvins, D. Higgins.
Row Six -- R. Ilalu-r, I'. Lovely, D. Evans, A. Stovo, N. Marvnm. S. Morris, L. Smith, J. M1'Nahh, J. Sandlin, M.
Medalen, M. Huntcr, M. Lane, M. Conway, M. Hartzell, J. Sanders.
SunShine Society worked the second
semester in memory of their late sponsor,
Mrs. Fylious Fisher. Her death, February
16, came as a sudden shock to every Sun-
Shine girl. She was loved, admired, and re-
spected by every member of the group and
hy every student in New Castle High School.
Not only was she a sponsor to the group, but
a sister to every girl.
Fylious was an active figure, not only in
SunShine, but in the Order of Rainbow for
Cirls. At the time of her death, she was a
member of the state boards of both or-
At basketball games. she was the guiding
hand in the SunShine's money-making
project of selling popcorn between quarters.
Her ever presence at the games will always
These words will soon be forgotten, but
the memory of a wonderful friend we called
Fylious will live on forever.
Led by Betty Stohler, president, the Sun-
Shine Society was the largest and one of the
most active clubs in N.H.S. At Thanksgiving,
fruit plates were delivered to shut-ins by the
members and Christmas brought the SunShine
group working with the youth of the Methodist
Church in preparing baskets of food for the
The girls entertained their mothers at an
apron party and their fathers at a Dad-
Daughter Date Night. The annual Easter
Sunrise Service was another activity held by
In April, the Ideal Ladies were honored at
a party given by the club. At this party, the
identity of her SunShine girl was made
known to each Ideal Lady.
The senior members of the club were
guests at a party in May. A never-to-be-
forgotten evening was enjoyed by each guest.
Other officers assisting Betty were Phyllis
Robinson, vice-president, Martha Foyst, cor-
responding secretaryg Elaine McGinnis, re-
cording secretaryg Jane Pfenninger, treasurerg
Judy Life, sergeant-at-arms, ,loan Black,
chaplain, and Mrs. Fylious Fisher, sponsor.
Miss Martha Nutt assisted the girls the sec-
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Scholarship, leadership, character and
service are the standards upon which the
members of National Honor Society were
chosen last year. As in each year, only 15
per cent of the junior class can be elected
to membership. and this group is picked by
The members collect convocation passes
at convocations, usher at plays, concerts, and
other programs, and compile the honor roll
at the end of each six-weeks' grading period.
First semester officers were Terry Har-
ris, presidentg Mary Culp, vice-president,
Ruth Lyons, secretary, and Robert Usher,
For the second semester, Randall Fisher
was president, Marilyn Coar, vice-president,
Jerry Dann, secretary, and Donna Miller,
treasurer. Miss Catherine Ratcliffe is
The National Forensic League is an
honorary club organized for students who
have earned a certain number of points by
speaking in speech contests and community
In October, N.F.L. sponsored the Rostrum
Romp, an informal dance at the gym.
Speech trips were made by the members
of the club to Howe Military Academy, Ball
State Teachers College, Indiana State
Teachers College, and other speech contests.
This spring, N.F.L. entered the annual state
The pin of the club is a silver key with a
jewel set specifying by itsxcolor the number
of points you have earned as a member.
Beverly Brenner led the club along with
,lim Brown, vice-presidentg Patsy Poole,
secretary, and Anne Fleming, treasurer.
Juanita Rucker was sponsor of the club.
NKTIUNXI, IIUNUR S4N1Il'I'I'Y
Slunrling f Miss Rulvliffa-, Lois llmlson.
Ron Um' D. Nlillvr. YI. Hour. li. Hrvnm-r. R. Lyons. WI. lfulp.
Hou' Two T. Harris. R. lvslu-r. H. l"iSIl4'l'. J. lhmn.
N Vl'lH'Y Xl, lfllRl'INSI1I l.l'IMQl'l'I
Run' Um- li. Hn-nm-r. J. Brown. R. Fislwr. li. Ilrvnnvr. J. Fromuth.
Hou' 'l'u'n Nl. Halrllvll. .L I"ll'lllilIg, l'. Poolr, A. kfiilllll. lf. Niffgillllii Miss Rurkrr
lfnu' Um' H. lfzllwlwvll. M. lfuysl. M. 'lwlII'llt'I'. ll. Stohlvr. M. Hour, H. lirmlm-r, I. Yanlloy. J. l.if1-, J. Snliilu-r
mam. I.. Winslow.
Run' 'l'u'o I". Moysllwr. .-K. Husllnlcrllur, J. Rains, M. Eflwunls, R. M4-Curlllavk, H. lfisln-r, J. Kohn-rls. Mr. lmnnm
Hou- Tlzrf-1' J. llmlglaml. H. llurc-In-ll. J. Huy. T. Rominv, T. Harris.
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Ron' Um' S. 1.01-kc-r, l'. Prim-. M. Pldwarlls. B. llaldwvll. J. Houglund, J. Hornvy.
Hou' Two ll. Kvitll. T. Harris. R. Mvliorlnurk. S. Bvvk. H. llrvnnvr.
The lnterclulv Council was organized this
year to bring all the clubs associated with
the Y.M.C.A. closer together.
Hi-Y, Questeris Hi-Y, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y,
and Beta Tri-Hi-Y were represented in this
group by their presidents and two other
The council spent its time talking over
problems confronting its respective clubs.
It sponsored several swimming and volley-
ball parties for the four clubs.
Morris Edwards led the group along with
Betty Caldwell, vice-presidentg and John
Beverly Brenner, Shirley Locker, and
Jane Horney represented Beta. Betty Cald-
well, Shirley Beck, and Phyllis Price were
the Alpha members belonging to the council.
From Hi-Y were Terry Harris, Morris Ed-
wards, and Bonnie McCormack. Quester's
sent John Hougland, Marsee Beckett and
The Student Council was organized in
order to provide for student voice in school
activities, to develop a spirit of co-operation
and friendship among students, and to serve
in every way, the best interests of the Senior
Members this year were presidents of
each of the school organizations and junior
and senior class presidents.
The group had many activities including
a campaign for Courtesy Week and another
for Etiquette Week. They also talked of
some way to extend courtesy to visiting
In February, Student Council sponsored a
party for all county cheerleaders. This party
better acquainted the yell-leaders with each
other and created more sportsmanship at the
Heading the organization this year. under
the guidance of Mr. Lemme, were Beverly
Brenner, presidentg Marilyn Goar, vice-
presidentg Betty Stohler, secretary, and
Marvin Turner, treasurer.
These people play an ever inl-
portant part in our daily lives.
Friendly smiles and a hearty wel-
come greet you as you patronize
these firms who have helped to
make the publication of our hook
of memories possible.
WN Hi! I'm David Petty
My mom and pop
Made the portraits
You see in this
Rosennial, most of
The groups too.
For good photography
See them at
1322Vz Broad Street
or phone 1372
Tom Petty Photographer
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1310 Broad St. Phone 899
LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM, OR KITCHEN
FOR YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL, YOU CAN BE SURE
YOU WILL BE PROUD OF YOUR CHOICE FROM
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218 s. 15th sf. Phone 232
THE GALS WITH A
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2450 Broad Phone 2594
WHEN MEN AND BOYS THINK OF
THE GOOD BUYS IN CLOTHES,
THEY THINK OF . .
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1300 Broad Phone 415
Watches, silverware, and rings too,
They'll be sure to have it waiting for you.
Janie and Shirley think so.
"lt pays to know your ieweler"
1334 Broad Phone 675
Donna and Nanette sure are smart!
Marvin and Jerry too--why not
Let one of those smart people be you?
Morton's Apparel Shop
1304 Broad Phone 313
All smart Troians and Troianettes
Know if you drive or walk,
You should have insurance.
IT'S SMART BUSINESS TO GO TO
1227 Race Phone 25
"Good afternoon guys and gals -
This is your mid-week Melody Mixer"
When you want good listening
You want to listen to
W. C. T. W.
Eastern lndiana's first and finest static-
free radio station
202Vz S. 'l4th Phone 2600
Read all about where boys like
Ed and Jim, who dress the best,
Buy their clothes.
Goodwin - Pope
1309 Broad Phone 213
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'I08 S. Main Street Phone 96
"It's better to be safe than sorry."
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1338 Broad Street Phone 31
When it's graduation time,
Or any occassion, Nancy and
Ruth will be glad to show you
the wide assortment of gifts.
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1320 Broad Street Phone 485
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SPORTS FANS! TAKE NOTICE!
When you think of sports, remember
Luellen's Sport Shop, as do these
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LUELLEN'S SPORT SHOP
I'I7 N. Main Street Phone 372
"FOR THE TOPS IN POPS"
Jim, ond all other smart guys and gals
Know it's the
212 S. Main Phone 517
WHETHER IT,S A CHRISTMAS FUND
OR A REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNT
You know there is cl future clheod
When doing business with
CITIZENS STATE BANK
G. K. Hewitt, President 1238 Brood
FOR THF BEST IN PASTRIES
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1228 Broad 1730
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KOSHFR LLINCHFS AND COLD CUTS
809 S. 18th Phone 3673
The Tops in Men's and Boys' Clothing
Don, Dick, and Gary seem to think so
SELLS THE CLOTHES
1321 Broad Phone 176
AFTER THE GAME, IFPS FALCKS!
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for that enjoyment everyone wants
From Sodas to Stationery
FALCK'S HAVE IT!
18th 8. "A" Avenue Phone 690
SAY IT VVITH FLOXVICRS-
If you boys are boshful,
Let "Jody" speck for you-
206 Pork Ave. Phone 151
DO YOU LOOK DRAB?
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Try the "Clever" look
Just out of The book.
Tapscott's Dress Shop
214 scum Main sf. Phone 254
MAKE OLD CLOTHES LOOK LIKE NEW-
MARILYN AND JUDY DO
Wood and Company
400 S. 'l4fh Phone 355
FROM "SUPERMAN" TO "MOVIELAND"
Or cokes to ccxndy bclrs
Judy, Doris ond Leon know It's
The City News Stand
1130 Broad Phone 1100
STRIKE UP THE BAND!
Get out those old records!
Or if you lust wont to browse
Through 0 complete music store
1215 Race Phone 1ss4 I
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'I559 BROAD STREET
"YOUR DOWNTOWN MEDICINE CABINET"
IF lT'S TV OR AN AUTOMATIC WASHER,
YOU CAN BE SURE IF IT'S A
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The Fashion Shop
1313 Broad Phone 224
If vou are looking for a treat
and need something good to eat
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925 S. Main 1202 S. 14th
Phone 2412 Phone 478
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Spend those leisure hours where you get entertainment, PLUS
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WHERE ALL TROJANS MEET
Denton Drug Store
200 S. Main Phone 245
SHARON AND JOAN ARE GETTING
GOOD ADVICE FROM MRS. FRANK
Their choice of home furnishings is sure
to be wise.
Frc1nk's Furniture Store
'I419 Brood Street Phone 328
133 ,1 ,
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Or a full course dinner
The gong knows to go to
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Visit Crow Motor Soles
To see the FORD in your FUTURE
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In this hook are pictures of the friends whose companionship has
made your years of study happy and memorable. We hope that
Coca-Cola has added some small measure of enjoyment to your
lighter moments-that Coke has been a friendly part of your most
Wherever you go, whatever you may do, you will find that a relax-
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And whenever friendly refreshment is in order, you can count on
ice-cold Coca-Cola to make any pause "The Pause That Refreshesv.
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trade-zzzarkx mean the .fame thing
Beautiful hats 21 step
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Con be found at the
ROSE CITY MILLINERY
1308 Broad Phone 647
For a dream of a home
Get your building moteriol
Robinson Lumber Co.
T925 S. 'I8tI1 Phone 3806
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"WE MAJOR IN MINORS
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THE LINCOLN PRESS ' MUNCIE, INDIANA
Printers of the 1952 Rosennial
Alpha Tir-Hi-Y ..... .... 1 02 F.B.L.A. . . . . . . 110 Orchestra ....... . . . . . . 88
Altrusa Girls . . . . . .... 101 F.F.A. . . . . . . 109 Orchestra Officers .... . . . 89
Band .......... .... 9 0 F.H.A. ..... .. . 109 Pep Band .-........ ... 91
Band Officers .... .... 9 1 Football ...... . . . 62 Phoenix Staff . . . . . . . 85
Baseball ........... .... 7 8 Freshman Class - ... 54 Printing Staff ...... ... 84
Basketball .. - . . . . . . . . .... 68 G.A.A. ......... . . . 113 Purdue Legislature . . . . . . 99
Basketball B Team ., ...... .. 74 Girls' Gym Class .. ... 80 Questers Hi-Y ...... ... 105
Basketball. Freshman Team . . . . . 75 Golf .... ......... . . . 77 Rosennial Staff . . . . . . 86
Beta Tri-Hi-Y .............. ....102 Hi-Y - ...-...- .... . ...105 School Board ... ... 16
Boys' Gym Class . . . . . . . . .... 81 Inter-Club Council .... . . . 118 Science Club . . . . . . . . 113
Cadet Teachers . . . . . . . . . 27 Junior Class . - .... . . . . 44 Senior Class ........ . . . 26
Calendar ......... .. 94 Junior Class Officers ... 44 Senior Class Officers ... 24
Choir . . . . . . .... . . 88 Junior Prom ..... . . . . genior glass Play . . . . . .
Choir icers .... . . . .... 89 Junior Rotarians . . . . . 1 enior espers . . . . . . .
Crescendo Varieties .... 93 Latin Club - ....... 106 Sophomore Class .... ... 49
Curtain Call .......... .. 92 Macerette Officers ..... .... 1 00 Spanish Club - ...... ... 106
Dance King and Queens .. 98 Machinist Club ..... .... 1 10 Student Council ..... ... 118
Debate Team ........ .. 99 Majorettes ....... .... .... 90 SunShine Society ... ... 114
Department Heads . . . . . 17 N.F.L. ..,. ............... .... 1 1 7 Track ............ . . . . 76
Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 National Honor Society ..... .... 1 17 Yell Leaders . .... . . . 69
Allen's Kiddie Shop ...... .... 1 37 Drive-In-Paint Store . ... 137 Morton's Aipparel Shop .... ... 124
Becker B1-oghel-S' Food Stores , ,,,, 132 Edfvirdifewegers ... :he PferAn1:1ggrIAgency .......... ..
Beeman,Ta 10,-Bk ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 128 ac s rug tore .... amsey uo aes ... ....
Bmmmepjzcobs ig-uirzgture Co' '..... 123 Fashion Shop . - - ..... .. . 132 Ridge Drug Company - .. .......... .. 131
Castle Theater .H .... H ...... U U 133 First National Bank . .. .. . 126 Guy R..Rob1nson Lumber Company . 136
C t P 127 Fischel Bros., Jewelers .. .. 126 Rose City Millinery ........ .... .. . 136
aff Ury, 'less """ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "" Frank Furniture Store . . . . . 133 Shapeiro's Delicatessen . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
gfzlzegs Stag: Bgnk ""' "" li goodwin-Polic Comgaany ... ... ghulffmaifs furniture Store . .. ...
I Y CWS an - H ' - --'- arr 's A iance tore . . . . to er mp ement ompany . . . . .
Cliff Payne ------- - ------- ---- 1 29 Hornyey's pl, ........... ... 131 Tapscott's Dress Shop ...... ... 130
Clift Shoe Store ...-......... .... 1 22 Kneidel Greenhouse - - . . . . . 130 Tom Petty Studio -... . . . . . . . . 122
Coca-Cola Bottling Company ....... 135 Lloyd Beall Men's Wear 124 WCTW Radio Station .... . ... 125
grow Motor Sales, Inc. ............. 123 Luellen's Sporting Goods V.. ... yolgd and Company Cleaners ...
enton Pharmacy .... ....... .... 1 3 Mary Woodbury .......... u on .... ........ ....... .
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Students and A mmnstreltwn
A Anderson, Don Bailey, Jesse .... . . . . .. 54
Aaron, Jim ........... .... 5 4, 105 44, 68, 70, 71, 73, 105, 106, 113 Bailey, Joan ....... 44, 88, 89, 102, 106
Abrams, Phyllis ..... .. ..-. 44, 102 Anderson, Keith - .................... 26 Bailey, John . .................. . .... 26
Achor, Perry .... .... 4 9, 91, 106 Anderson, Wanda .......... .. .. . 54 Bailey, Kay Phyllis 44, 88, 102, 106
Acrey, Jurldeen . . . . . . . ....... 54 Andrews, Jack .... .... 4 9, 88, 90, 91 gailey, rleitli ..... . . . . . . . . . Hg,
Acton, Joe .. . .. . .............. 54 Andrews, Ruth ..................- - . 18 ai ey, ari yn . . . . . . 4 , ,
Adams, Joyce .... .... 5 4, 90, 106, 113 Apple, Jack ............... 49, 90, 105 Baker, Blaine ... ..... ..... 49
Adams, Marlene .... ......- - . 49, 110 Archey, Benny ... 26, 64, 66, 88, 90, 91 Baker, Bob .... ......U 54
1Xggison,JLinda . . . .... 54, 106, lg: Qrchey, Patsg ............- -166 - 142 lgater, flshiarles . . . . . . .
ms, im .... . . . . .......... . rmstrong, ve yn ......... , , a er, e ores . . . ......... . . . . .
Adkins, Patty ..... .... 44, 102, 106 Armstrong, Jerry ..... ......... 4 9, 105 Baker, Jackie .... ............... . 49
Agee, Loretta ....... . .......... 44 Armstrong, Keith 44, 64, 88, 105, 106 Baker, Mardell ... ........ . . ... 49
Alcorn, George ..... ......- . . 54 Armstrong, Rosemary .7 ..... .. .. Baker, Roberta ... ..... 44, 102, 106, 114
Aldrich, Frgnk ... ...... 18, 110 49, 88, 106, 109, 110, 113 galgock, llglaljcolm ....... . ...... .b.4..1gg
Al'-'l6l'S0n, 0l'm8Il -- -- -------- 26 Arnold, Ronnie ..................... 4 a win, o ..... ....... . . ,
Alexander, 1811106 .... 54, 113, 114 Arrowood, Barbara .................. 44 Bales, Yvonne .. .... 49, 114
Al0XHndCI'. .llldy .... ...-- 4 4, 102 Ast, Doris -...... .... 4 9, 114 Ballard, Judy ... .... 49, 106
Alexander, Mike ............. 54, 59, 90 Auzier, Omer ... ...... 54 Ballard, Sondra ............- -7 49, 110
Alexander, Norman .... ......... . 54 Ayers, Joan .. ..... 54 Ballenger, Agnes .......... 49, 110, 114
Allen. Bob 44, 63, 64, 67, 71, 72, 105, 106 Aytes, Mabel ... .... ..... 5 4 Ballenger, Beverly Gregory .. 26, 102, 110
Allen, Glenda ..................... . 54 Ballenger, Joann ............. ---.. 4 9
Ammerman, Leon .... ........... B Ballinger, Norman .... .. .... 18, 85, 86
49, 64, 70, 71, 73, 79, 98 Bach, Mary ........... . .... 26, 33, 102 Bardsley, Harold ... .... 44, 88, 105
Amonett, Leon . . . . . . . ...... . . . . . . . . 54 Bailey, Garland ...... ....... 5 4, 75 Barks, John .... . . . . . . . . . . 17, 18
Batchfield, Leah ..
Corbin, Virginia . . . . . .
Barks, Paul .....
Barnes, James . . . . .
Barratt, Loretta . . . .
Barrett, Bob . . . . . . .
Bates, Maurice ..
Bays, Donald . . . . . .
Beam, Marjorie ..
Bebk, Nancy Luke
Beck, Shirley .....
Beckett, Marsee ...
Beguhn, Bernard ..
Bell, Bonnie . . . . . .
Bell, Denver .....
Bell, Don .....
Bell, Janice ...
Bell, Jim .......
Bennett, Joanne ...
Bennett, Sue .....
Bergin, Lodema ...
Bergin, Mary Jo ..
Berhendt, Alice . . .
Bertram, Eileen ....
Bertram, Knox ....
Bertram, Marilyn ..
Bickel, Rudy ......
Birch, Phyllis . . . .
.. .. 26, 110
" 54, 105, 106
.. .... 17, 18,84
54, ss, 114
26, 101, 102, 110
44, 102, 110
Bishop, Juanita . . . . . . . . .... 17, 18,
Black, Joan . .. ...
Black, John .......
Blackburn, Helen ..
Blackburn, Warren .
Blankenship, Joyce .
Bledsoe, Jack ....
Blevins, Patty ....
Boatright, Shirley .
Boling, Cecil .....
Bond, Dale ........
Bond, Phil ..........
Bookout, Garland ..
Boram, Lela .....
Borror, John .....
Bouslog, Beverly ..
44, 102, 106,
'44f '99,'i02f -1-1-51,.
54, 99, 106
.. . ...... .. 54
.. ...... 44
.. ...... 49
18, 22, 113
Brown, Margaret . . .
.. 54, 109
Brown, Mary Ellen ......... 54, 90, 114
Brown, Nancy ........ 49, 106, 109, 114
Brown, Otis ..... ......... 2 8, 90, 91
Brown, Susan .... .... 4 9, 88, 106, 114
Brown, Wanda .... ............ 4 9, 90
Brown, Willard ... .......... 28, 41
Brown, Wilma .... ... 49, 114
Browning, Donald ............. 44, 110
Browning, Harold 44
Brumback, Gary ............ 44, 105
Brummett, Orville ........... ..... ...
Brummett, Paul . . . .
Bryant, Cedric ...
Bryant, Gary . . . .
Bryant, Sharon ..
Buck, Donald ...
Buck, Norma . . . . .......-...... 102. J
44, 84, as
Bufkin, Beverly . 44, 102, 106, 113,
Bunch, Charlean ............
Bunch, Keith . . . .
Bunch, Patty . . . . .
.....44, 68, ,
. . . 365. .
Bunner, Terry ...
Burchett, Elvin ... ....... 28, 118
Burgan, Wanda ..... ... 54, 59, 114
Burgner, Donna ...... ......... 4 9, 114
Burkhardt, Ralph ...... ....... ...... 88
Burns, Louie --... ................... 5 4
Burnside, Juanita ...... 44, 88, 106, 110
Burris, Joseph G. ....... .......... .. 16
Burris, Steve ...... .. ........... 28
Butler, Claude ... .... ..... 54
Butler, Marlene ..... 49, 110
Burch, Phyllis ... .... .. 106
Byers, Dean ... ..... 28
Byers, Kay .... ... 49
Byrket, Nancy ....... ... 44
Caldwell, Betty .............. ... 44, 102
Caldwell Betty Lou, 28, 102, 110, 113, 118
Caldwell Dorothy .......... 54, 59, 113
Caldwell, Jim ........... 44, 88, 92, 105
Caldwell, Justine ... . ........ 28, 102
Caldwell, Phyllis .. ........... 54
Calland, Fred .... ............. 4 9
Calland, Pat .... .......-.. 2 8, 102
Campbell, Linda ...... . 54, 90, 113, 114
Candler, James --... ...... , ......... 5 4
Cannon, Francis Baker .............. 28
Carbon, Don ............... 28, 105, 113
Carell, Mary Ann .
Carender, Joy ,
Carender, Leeta . . . . . . .
49, 106, 113 114
Carlton,Joan ................. 54, 88, 89
Bowman, Jerry .... .... 2 6, 64, 67
Bowsman, H. ....... . .............. 109
Boyd, Dan ......................
26, 63, 64, 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 76, 105
Boyd, Mary .................... 49, 88
Bradsley, Annabelle .........--.----- 54
Bradway, Sharon .......... 49, 106, 114
Brammer, Duane ....... 54, 90, 105, 106
Brammer, Monte ..................
28, 64, 67, 105, 106, 113
Branham, Eugene ................... 49
Branham, Norma ...................
Branham, Paul .... .... 54,
Bratton, Marie ....
Bray, Paul .........
Brayton, Emily .....
Brenneman, Kenneth ......... 44, 90,
Brenner, Beverly ........... . ..... .
28, 86, 87, 99, 102, 106, 114, 117,
Brenner, David .....
44, 59, 64, 88,
Bridges, David ....
Bright, Robert .....
Brookshire, Lois ...
. . . . . . . 88
99, 105, 106, 113, 117
44, 102, 106
.. ............. 49
. .... ......... . 54
Jim 28, 69, 99, 101, 105, 113,
Brown, Delores ....
Brown, Everett ....
Brown James --
.... ........ 54,106
Carnes, Cordell ...... ....... 2 8
Carnes, Eva ....... .... 2 8, 88
Carnes, Logan .... ......... 7 9
Carnes, Richard ... ......... .. 49
Carpenter, Shirly ... .... 44, 102, 114
Carr, Dorothy ....... ........... 4 9
Carr, Dica ........ ......... 5 4
Carr, lca ........ ... 28
Carr, Frances .... ... 54
Carter, Alice ...... ..... 4 4
Carter, Beatrice ... ..... .. 28
Carter, Bill L. ..... ... 28, 113
Carter, Harriet .
Carter, Jack . . . . .
Bobby Joe . .
Alfred . . . . .
Carter, Ronald . .
.. .... 110
Cartwright, Janet, 44, 85, 87, 92, 102, 114
Cassidy, Earl ................ .. 44, 105
Cashdollar, Albert ......... 28, 110, 118
Cassidy, John ..... ....... ...... 28
Catey, Harold .... .............. . 55
Catron, David ... ............... .. 55
Catron, Eva ... ... 44, 102, 106, 113
Catron, Faye ......... 44, 102, 106, 113
Catron, Juanita ....... .......... .... 44
Catron, Phyllis Scott ............ 28, 102
Catt, Mary Roy ..... ..... 9 3
Camberlain, George .. ......... 44
Charlton, Della .....
Charlton, Donna .....
Charlton, Virginia ....
Chastain, Mary Jane . .
Cheek, Judy .... . . . .
Chesher, Bob . . . . .
Chesher, Doris . . . . .
Cheshire, Carolyn ..
Cheshire, Fred ......
Childs, Jerry ...... .
Clark, Glenda ...,....
Clark, Walter . ......
Clay, G. H.
Cleek, Carroll .......
Cleek, Clarice . . . . . .
Cline, Charlotte ...
Cline, Roger .....
Clow, Frances ..
Coaner, Donna ..
Coers, Doris .....
Coffman, Doris ....
Coffey, Gloria ...
Cole, Dorothy ...
Cole, Stella .....
Coleman, Oleta ....
Conway, Harry ....
Conway, Marcia . . . .
Conway, Nancy . . . .
Cook, Horace . . . . . . . .
Cooper, Raymond . . . .
Copeland, Don ....
Corbin, Carol . . . . .
Corum, Dorothy . . . . . .
Courtney. Jane . . . . .
Cox, Philip . . . . . .
Cox, Phyllis . . .
Cox, Herbert . . . .
Cox, Robert . . . . . ..
Craft, Sarah . . . . .
Craig, Bonnie . . . . . .
.. .... . 55,
44, 102, 113
.. ........... 55
.. ........... 49
53, 55, 114
55, 75, 77, 105,
. . . . . . . ........ 64
90, 91, 92, 105, 110
. 44, 64, 65, 66, 74
........ 44, 76
88, 100, 113
49, 90, 106
. ........ 55
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. .............. 55
.. 45, 102, 113, 114
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Craw, Joseph R.
Crawley, Eleanor . ..... 44, 45,
Crim, James O. .... .
Cronk, Fred . ....
Cross, Gary ....
Cross, Jerry . . . . . .......... .
Cross, Marilyn .... 45, 102,
Cross, Phil .....
Crow, Jene ..........
... ........ 50
Crowell, Grace ......................
Culp, Mary Elizabeth ........
31, as, 96, 102, 113: -1.1.4, 117
Cummings, Janet ................... 50
Curlett, Judy .. . . . . . 55, ss, 90, 106, 114
Dabney, Rex ....... . . .
Daffron, Maxine ....
Dailey, Tom . . . .
Dale, Norma . . . . .
Dalton, Delores .....
Dalzell, Barbara ....
Dalzell, Judy .......
Dann, Jerry 24,
Daubens eck Elsa
P , -
Davidson, James . . . . .
Davis, Bill .......
Davis, Dale . . .
Davis, Doris ......
Davis, Eugene . .... .
Davis, Gary . . .
Davis, Helen .....
Davis, Mary . . . . . .
Davis, Nanette .. .
Davis, Paul E. ....
Davis, Rosemary .
31, 86, 87
88, 106, 113,
97, 101, 105, 117
88, 102, 110, 113
.. ........... . 50
.. .... ........ 50
071105 '106, 114
Davisson, Davey ... ... 26, 31
Davisson, Eunice .. ... 18, 23
Dawson, Dick .... ... 50, 69
DeFord, Judy ..... . ..... 55
Dempsey, Michael . .... 55, 62
Denney, Bill .... .. ... 45, 84
Dennev, Clarence .... ..... 5 0
Denny, Clifford .... ....... 5 0
Denney, Opal .... ----- 55, 90
Denny, Violet .... ........ 50, 106
Derby, Jo Ann ..... ..............- 5 5
DeVine, Harold ... .... .. ..... 31, 64, 67
DeWeese, Marilyn . 45, 88, 102, 114
DeWitt, Barbara ... ............... 50
DeWitt, Mike . . . .
Dickason, Phil ....
Dicken, Raymond .. ..
Dicken, Russell . . . .
Dickerson, Jimmy .
Dishman, Vivian .....
Dismore, Sam ..J
Dixon, Marvin .
Dobbs, Gene .....
Dock, Gilbert ...
Dock, Kathryn ..
Dodd, Benny .....
Doffron, Wilbur ...
Dudley, Donald ..
Dudley, Gerald . . .
Dudley, Jerry ....
Dudley, Melvin ..
Dudley, Sue . . . . .
Dudley, Virginia .
Duffey, Davis ...
Duffey, Shirley ..
Durman, John . . . .
.... 55, 88
. ...... 59
..... 55, 113
Eans, Duane .................... 45, 88
. 55, 56, 88
Eastham, Jeanette, 31,. 's15,'0a, 102, 114
Edwards, Mal ................... 76, 79
27, 13'1,':I7,' 051101, '100, 118
Eilar, Frances 18
55, 88, 114
45, 88, 102, 114
811165 suse... Q-.-...-.....-0
Elmore, Charlene ..
Elmore, Coraleen .......
Elrod, Jeanine . . .
Elwood, Billy . . . .
Elwood, Shirley ....
Enochs, Helen . . .
Enochs, Vera . . .
Erb. Betty . . ..
.... 45, 102
.... .... . 55
Estes, Phyllis .....
Estes, Shirley .....
Evans, Dorothy ...
Evans, Elaine ....
Evans, Hollis .....
Evans, Marjorie ....
Evans, Wendell .......
Fadely, Jack 31, 77, 88, 109
Faine, Buddy ......... ............. 50
Faine, Robert . . . . . . .
Farley, Duane ....
Fellers, Lorraine . . .
Fessler, Maurice ..
Fifer, Marilyn ....
Fine, Jean ......
Fine, Kay ...... .
Fischel, Ruth ......
Fisher, Dixie . . ......... . . . . . . . . 50,
Fisher, Nancy . . . . . . . .
50, 88, 109, 113, 114
.... .......... 93
31, 88, 90, 92
101, 105, 106, 113, 117, 118, 180
Fleming, Anne .... 45
Fleming, Janet Miss ..... ... .... 18, 113
Fleming, Russell ..... 16
Fletcher, Pat .......
Flowers, William . . .
Forbes, Don . .....
Ford, Juanita . . .
Melvin . . .
Ford, Tom . . . .
Foster, Bob ....
Fox, Bob .....
Fox, Larry . . .
Fox, Mary .....
Fox, Richard ........
Forbes, Donald .......
Martha Lee . . . .
102, 113, 114, 117
. .... 75
. . ..... 45
. . . . 31, 110
. . . 55, 64, 75
. . . ...... 56
....... .... ... 109
.. ...... 31,86,87
97, 100, 102, 114, 118
Franklin, Virginia ............... 50, 88
Frazier, Larry ...................... 56
Frazier, Phyllis .... ...... 50
Fmmouth, Jim . . . . .. 45, 77,'66f .1.05.,'117
Frost, Garrett ...-................ 56, 64
Funderburg, Marilyn . . . ....... . ..... 56
Furbee, Alice ........ ..... 31, 88, 102
Fuqua, Robert ...... ........ ... 31
Futrell, Mark ........ ......... 5 0
Futrell, Ruth . . ........ ..... 5 0
Garrard, Joyce ................. 31, 102
Garten, Paula ....
Gavin, George . . . . .
Gist,Dannie........ ........... 56
Glidewell, David .................... 56
Goar, Marilyn ..
Goar, Marjorie . . . .... . . . ....
Gooch, Phyllis .............
Good, Ronny . . . . .
Gorman, Kathleen ..
. .... 31, as, ss, so
, 9, 114, 117, 118
.... 56, 113, 114
Gordon, Jim ........ ...........
Gorman, Annetta . . . . ........... 45
Gorman, Rheta ... .... 50, 88, 90
Gossage, Bill . .... 55, 64
Grady, Janice . . . . . ..... . . 56
Graham, Jack .... 64
Graham, Lois ..... ..... 5 0
Graham, Marilyn ... ..... . . 45
Grayson, Lois . . . . . .... 50, 114
Grayson, Louise . ..... .. 50
Gregory, Marvin .. .
Gregory, Nancy . . . . .
Gregory, Shirley ...
Gribbon, Nora Jean
Gribbons, Marilyn ..
Grider, Bob . . . . . . .
Grider, Joe .. ......
Griffey, Betty Shaw .
Griffin, Bobette ....
Griffith, Earla .. .
Grimes, John . . . . .
Griner, Malcom . . . .
Groce, Helen .....
Groce, James . . .
Grogg, Patty . . .
Grose, Bula ......
Grudger, Rex .. ..
Guffey, Bob . . . . . .
Guffey, Odell .....
Guthrie, Robert ....
Hacker, Dorothy .. .
Hacker, Kenneth '. . .
Hagerman, James . . .
Hagerty, Kenneth ...
Hahn, Shirley ....
Hale, Georgia ....
Hall, Joyce ....
Hall, Sarah .....
Hall, Velma ......
Hamilton, Janet ....
Hamilton, Joyce . . .
Hampton, Jerrie ...
Hanning, Beverly . . .
Hanning, John .....
Hardesty, Sue ......
Hardgrove, Beverly . . .
Harding, Juanita . . . .
Harding, Kathy .....
Harding, Leland . . . . . .
Hardwick, Betty Sue
Harlen Bill . ...... .... .
... 50, 106, 110
. ........ 56
50, 64, 76
... ............ 31
.. . 56, 106,
45, 64, 105
ff. 31, 102, 110
...... ..... 56
. . .. se,
.... , 114
Harris,,Bruce I sl, 711 71, 7b','77f 52','11a
Harris, Terry ........ .... 31, 77, 86, 87
92, 98, 101, 105, 106, 113, 117, 118
Harry, Don ............
...-..... 31, 64
Harry, Jerry ............ 56, 88, 90, 106
Hart, Shirley -....................... 45
44 45 46
Hartzell, Martha .
87, 99,.102:.1l16,-113, 114, '117
Harvey, Marilyn . . . . . . .
Harwood, Edward . . . . . .
Hassfurder, Walter .. . .
Hawk, Fred .....
Hay, Johnnie ...
Hay, Langan ..
Hays, Max .....
Haynes, Keith ....
Haynes, Mary . . . . . .
Haynes, Ramona ....
Haynes, Vera .......
Heck, Fred .-.........
Heilman, William .....
Helton, Julia ......
Henry, Jerry . ....
Hicks, Dorothy ...
Hicks, Wanda ..
Higgs, Glenn .....
Higgins, Delores . . . . . .
19, 68, 69, 79, 94
.. 34, 88, 90. 91
. .... 45,118,118
19, 62, 64, 77
50, 51, 64, 77
.... 51, 85,114
45, 102, 106, 114
Higgins,Jim... ................. 34
Higgins, Ronnie . . . . . .
Higgins, Ruth .. ....
45, 80, 88, 102, 110
Hill, Thelma .................. .... . 34
Hines, Jerry .-...................... 45
Hinton, Nellie ... .... ....... ...... 56
56, 106, 109, 114
Hodson, Elaine .
Hodson, lvan ..
Hodson, Lois .
' ai: '51,' 162166, 113,
Lee, Glenn .... .. .... ..... 79
56, 106, 114
17, 19, 22
Holaday, Lynn - ......... . .......... 34
Holaday, Richard ....... ..... . .... 56
Holbert, Daniel ..................... 34
Hollan, Don ...... . ................ . 45
Holt, Sue ......... 45, 92, 102, 110, 114
Holtzell, Donna ,.... ...... .. 56, 59, 114
Hoopingarner, Glenn ................ 51
Hoosier, Gloria .... .... . .. 34
Hoosier, Sandra .... ....... 56
Hoover, Eulanda ... . ....... . 56
Hoover, Sandra .. ..... 34, 102
Horak, Betty .... ....... 3 4
Horalg, Jerry . .... . .............. ... 51
Horak, Patty ....... . ................ 56
Horney, Jane 45, so, 35, 102, 110, 118
Horney, Larry ....... 51, 88, 91, 105, 106
Hougland, John ...... ... 51, 77, 105, 118
House, Deneice ................. 45
Houser, Delores .. .......... ..
Howard, Bill ..... ..... 45, 105
Howard, George ... ..... .. 56
Howard, Helen ... ..... 21
Huckeby, Frances .. ... 56
Huffman, Tony .... ... 34
Hughes, Vicki ... ... 51
Hull, Carlton ... --- 34
Humble, Ina Mae .. ... 51
Humlong, Bill ... .. ... 51
Hungerford, Donna ................. 45
Hungerford, Margaret . .---- --------- 5 6
Hunter, Mary George ... 51, 106, 113, 114
Hurst, Joe ............... .. 56, 88, 106
Hurt, Esther . ...... 51
Huse, Robert .. ..... ....... 3 4, 109
Hutchins, Patsy .... . ........... . 34
Hutchins. Paul . .... ... ..-..-. 56, 106
Hutson, Marvin .... ... 51, 90, 91, 109
Hutson, Myron .. ............. 34
Hyden, Jerry ....... . ........... 51
Ingersoll, Edward ... 51, 90, 99, 105, 106
Ingram, Elaine .... 51, 88, 109, 113, 114
Irwin, Gloria ............... 51, 106, 114
Jackson, Gene ......... .... 5 6, 59
Jackson, Marilyn .... ..... 5 1
Jackson, Sterling .... ...-. 1 9
Jarvis, Dale .... ...... .... 5 6, 75
Jay, Thelma . ......... ..... 5 1
Jeffers, Sylvia Brinson .... ..... 3 4
Jeffers, William Earl ..... ...... . ..
Johnson, Cecelia ............... 51, 114
Johnson, Gene ..........--.......-.. 90
Johnson Jack .... .... 2 7, 34, 105, 110
Johnson Joy .... ............... 5 1
Johnson, Keith ...... ... ..-....... 45
Johnson, Lucretia .......... 56, 106, 114
Johnson, Martha Lou ................ 93
Johnson, Peggy .......... ....... .... 56
Johnson, Robert ......... 56, 88, 90, 106
Joines, Richard . . . .
Jones, Barbara ...
Jones, Bill .......
Jones, Joyce ...
Jones, Sandra ...
34, 92, 1
Jordan, Aumalee .
Jordan, Charles . .
Juday, John .. .. ..
46, 64, 65, 66
Locker, Donald ........ 51, 88, 105, 110
Locker, Shirley Ann ...............
34, 96, 102, 114, 118
Lockridge, Shirley ......... K ..... 46, 102
Logan, Mary . ........ ......... 4 6, 106
Logston, Mary Elizabeth . 46, 90, 102, 113
Long, Jacquelyn ............. ....... 57
Lord, Ronnie .................. . .... 46
Lorton, Marilyn . ..---...-.... A .. 34, 110
Lovely, Pat .. 46, 102, 106, 109, 113, 114
Lovett, Jack ....................... 51
Lovett, Patty -- ..................... 51
Luellen, Carroll .... ......... 5 1
Luellen, Harold ................. 51, 64
Luttrell, Kenny .....--..--. 46, 88, 105
Lynam, Susanne ... 27, 34, 92, 101, 102
Justice, Ed ..... .... ........ 4 6 , 110
Kalies, Charles ........ ........... 5 1
Keaton, Claud .... ............-.... . 57
Keith, Alice ................ 57, 53, 106
Keith, Frank ....................... 57
Keith, Harry L. ... 51, 88, 105, 106, 118
Kelley, Edwin .......... ..... 57, 77, 105
Kelsay, Patricia ........ 57, 109, 114
Kemp, Phyllis .... ........... 5 7
Kendall, Albert ... ......... 57
Kendall, Jim ..... ... 51
Kendall, Joseph .. 46
Kennedy, Larry ... ... 51
Key, Arthur .... .. ... 51
Kidd, Helen ... ..... .. 57
King, Bob ......H . ....... . 46
King, Johnny ..... .... 5 1, 106
King, Marvin ... ..... .. 51
Kindead, Marie ... ..... 57
Kirby, Bob -... .. ... 62
Kirkman, Violet ..... ... 51
Kirkpatrick, Claude .... 51
Kirkpatrick, Joyce ... ..... 51
Klein, Dorothy .... ....... 2 1
Klus, Oneida .... .... 51, 114
Knotts, Diane .. ....... 57
Koger, Bob .... ..... 4 6
Koger, Gayle . .... ... 51
Koon, Linda ................... .... 57
Krauth, Alice .....................
46, 85, 99, 102, 113, 114, 117
Kuhn, Frances ...................... 51
Kuhn, Franklin ..... . ..... . ........ 51
Lacy, Dick ............ ... 51
Lake, Alvin ... .... ......... . . 19
Lance, Phil .... ............. 9 4
Land, Ilene ..... ... 52, 57, 90, 114
Land, Junior ..... ... ..... 45, 92, 105
Lane, Kathleen ........ ........... .. 57
Lane! Margaret .... 51, 88, 106, 113, 114
Larrison, Lewis ......... 19, 69, 75, 105
Lathan, Darrell ........ ... .......... 57
Lantz, Kenneth .............. ..... .. 57
Laurie, Annie .... .... 34, 41, 102, 113
Laurie, Dixie ...... ...... 4 6, 102, 113
Lavarnway, Larry ...........-....... 34
Lawless, Jackie ......... 46, 85, 102, 110
Lawson, Bill ..... ............... 3 4
Lawson, Maxine . ............. 46
Lawson, Randall .. ..... 51
Ledbetter, Delores ....... 57
LeDuc, Reita ..... .... 5 1, 109
Lee, Bob ........ .... 1 9, 62, 64
Lee, Harold . . . .
Lee, Lester . . .
Lemme, Earl ...................
51, 64, 77
Lenz, Richard ...................... 57
46, odfibif '1'd6,'i66f '1'11i, 118
aif 61513, '1d,'66f '61, 92
Link, Beverlee .................. 57, 106
Link, Venita ....................... 57
Lyons, Ruth ...-................ ..
34, 85, 92, 102, 106, 113, 117
McCarthy, Sandy ............. .....
46, 85, 87, 92, 102, 106, 114
McConnell, Kay ...... ..... .... 52, 114
McCord, Bernice ................ 17,19
McCormack, Ronnie --..........--.
44, 46, 74, 105, 106, 114
McDowell, Ruthann . . . 34, 92, 102, 106
McElroy, Tom .......... . . . . . . 57, 106
McFarland, Lorence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
McGaha, Bob .... ....... 4 6
McGaha, Jack . . . .
McGill, Juanita . - . . .
McGinnis, Christine ................ 57
McGinnis, Elaine .--... - .... . 44, 46, 85
87, 102, 106, 113, 114, 117
McGinnis, Phillip ....... . ........... 52
McJilton, Mildred .... .... ......... 19
McKechnie, Bill .... .
McKee, Bill .......
McKnight, Arthur ...... .-... -.. 34, 105
McLane, Bob .......... 34, 92, 105, 113
McMasters, Joyce . ..... .... 37, 102, 110
McNabb, Joyce ........ ....... . . 52, 114
Madison, Bob ......... 57
Mahoffrey, John .... . ... 57
Malkemus, Donald ........... ....... 51
Malloy, Sally .....................
46, 85, 87, 92, 102, 106, 113, 114
Malott, Mona .......... ........ .... 51
Maple, Delores ..................... 46
Marcum, Lillian ....... 46, 102, 110, 113
Marcum, Nadine ... ..... 51, 106, 114
Marks, Annis .... ........ 37, 101
Marsh, Donald ... ..... 57, 74
Martin, Don ....... ... 19, 88
Martin, Gwendolyn .. ......... 46
Martin, Nancy .... . ..... . 51, 114
Mastin, Jerry ...... .....--.-- - -- 46
Matthew, Carol Sue .. .... 46, 102, 110
Matthews, Mary Rose . .... 51, 106, 114
May, Charles ...... 57
Mayer, Carolyn ..
Mayfield, Mary ....
Maynard, Yvonne . . . .
Mayne, Thelma ....
Maze, Darrell ...
. ... yi.
37, 86, 87,92
Maze, Terry .....................52, 90
Meadows, Harold .................... 64
Medalen, Marcia . . - -
46, 92, 102: '1'o6,'1i6f '1'1'9f, 114
Meeks, Jack .................... 52, 106
Meeks, Roberta ..................... 88
Melton, Ken . . . . .
Mettert, Ronnie .... ............ ... - 57
Michael, Pat ....
.. , 37,113
. .. . . .63,. 64, 55, 74
Miller, Donna ------------.-- 24, 37, 86
87, 97, 102, 106, 110, 114, 117
Miller, Kay .......... ...... 57, 58, 75
Miller, Roddy ....... . ....... .... 78, 79
Miller, Virginia ....... 57
Oakes, Phyllis . . . .
Modlin, Jean .. .... 52. 105
Moffitt, Fred ... ... 57, 75
Moles, Paul ... .... . 52
Moles, Wanda .... 57
Moore, Charles ..... .. 52
Moore, Joyce ..... ...---.-- 4 6
Moore, Marion .. .... 37, 88, 91
Moore, Martha ............. 90
Moore, Patricia ... 57, 110, 114
Moore, Paul ..... ........... 4 1
Moore, Phil ...... ......... 52
Moran, Bernice ..... .... .. 57
Morris, Cara ... . .............. . 46
Morris, Jeanne . ........... 37, 102, 114
Morris, Mike .. .... - .............. 57
Morris, Shirley .... 37, 92, 102, 106, 114
Morrow, Bill... ...... .... ........ 37
Moser, Kermit .... ............. . .. 52
Moser, Shirlqv ..... .. ........ .. 57, 114
Moystner, Ed ....... ............ 5 7, 64
Moystner, Fred . 46, 88, 99, 105, 106, 118
Mullen, Don .-.. . .
.... ...... ........ 52
Myers, Dick ..... 46, 68, 70, 72, 77, 105
Myers, Emma Lou
Nantz, LeRoy ...
Nation, Patty ....
Nash, Lavonne .
Neal, Janet - ....
Neff, Graham . . . .
Neff, Judy ......
Newby, Lorna Kay
Nichols, Paul ....
Niles, Norman . . .
Niles, Paul . . . . . .
NiPP, Rebecca ..
Norris, Billy ...
Norris, Bob -....
Nuckels, Dollie ..
Nutt, Martha ....
. . . . . . . 52
57, 88, 105
46, 68, 73, 79
57, 106, 114
... 52, 88, 90, 106
....... .... 52
...... 46, 110
46, 64, 110
Peacock, Ted ...
Penticuff, Francis .
Perdue, Nettie . .
Perkins, Don ...
Perkins, Jim .. .
47, 68, 74, 105, 106
47, 48, 74, 79, 85
37, 90, 91, 92, 102
Pfeffer, Betty . . . . . . .
Pfenninger, Jane ..................
37, 86, 87, 96, 100, 102, 106, 114
Pierce, Clara . . . .
Pierce, Don ....
Pierce, Leslie . . .
Pierce, Mary A ....
Pierce, Richard .....
Pierce, Wanda ....
Piercy, Floyd .....
Pierson, Jimmy . . .
Pleasant, Venita . . . . .
17, 20, 49,
. . . . . 52
Pogue, Lewelta ......
Poindexter, Porter . -..-..... . --..-.
37, 64, 67, 88, 89, 90, 91, 105
Poole, Patsy 47, 85, 99, 102, 114, 117
Poore, Clinton - ................... .
Poore, Ella Mae ............... 52, 110
Poore, M, ...... ..... 1
Poore, Fannie .... .................. 88
Pope, Susan ........ ........... . ..
46, 47, 85, 102, 106, 113, 114
Popejoy, Deloris .......... 47, 102, 110
Powell, Cecil ... .... .. ..... ..-.. 20, 110
Prater, Bob ...... ....... 5 2, 110, 113
Preble, Tom ...-. .........- 4 52, 64, 88
Pressler, Bernard ...--... 17, 20, 90, 91
Pruett, Bob . . .
106, 113, 118
Puckett, Don . . .
... 64, 66
Purvie, David . . . . . . . .
Queener, Duane ..............--...
47, 63, 64, 66, 68, 72, 79, 85, 87
Querry, Norma ...................... 21
Ragan, Janice ...................... 58
Ragan, Ruth ......--............... 52
Rager, Bertha . 37, 101, 102, 106, 113, 114
Rager, Phyllis .....................
55, 58, 90, 106, 109, 113, 114
Raines, Bob - ...................... 47
Raines, Ruby Frances ................ 37
Jack ..................--.... 58
Redick, Gene ..
Reese, Bob .. . . .
Reece, Melvin ...
Reece, Zae Ann ..
Reed, Francis ....
Rees, Joan ....
Reeves, Roger . . . .
Reid, Fred ......
Reid, Vaughn ....
Reno, Norma Jean
Reuter, Micheal .
Reuter, Ronald ..
Rice, Dewey ...
Richards, Alice ..
Richards, Bill . . . .
Rickard, Wilma ..
Rickert, George ..
Rickert, Mary ...
Ricks, Bob -..........
47, 88, 102, 113
47, 64, 88, 109
47, 90, 91,105
.... ...... .. 37
56, 58, 64, 74
47, 90, 91, 110, 114
Rigney, Wanda .... ... 52, 106, 109, 113
Riley, David ...... .... 47, 88, 105, 110
Riley, Duane ....... .............. 5 2
Rinehart, Robert ... ........ 20, 113
Risley, Hobart -..... ... 20, 99
Ritchie, Bette Ann .....-.. 47
Ritenour, Marilyn .... .... 3 7, 110
Roberts, Fred ................... 58, 64
Roberts, Glenn .................... .. 52
Roberts, Jack ... 47, 64, 66, 92, 105, 118
Roberts, Tom ....... . ........... 52, 105
Roberts, Warren .... ..... ........... 47
Robinson, C. W. ..... ....... . ........ 16
Robinson, Phyllis ...... 52, 69, 113, 114
Rodgers, Charles . ......... ....... 52
Roley, Wallace .... . ......... ........ 58
Rogers, Norman ................... 109
Romine, Tom ....... 38, 88, 90, 105, 118
Rose, Mitzie ............... 47, 102, 114
Roseberry, Peggy ................... 38
Ross, Marie -- ..................... . 52
Rothrock, lve Lee . 52, 106, 109, 113, 114
Roach, Jack ................ . ...... 52
Roudebnsh, Sylvia .....
Rouse, Jimmy ........
Rouse, Robert . . . .
Royce, Bill - .... . . . .
Rucker, Juanita .....
Rupley, Helen . . . .
Russell, Grace ....
Russell, Larry . . .
Russell, Vetta .....
Rust, Paul ...... ....
Ooten, Norma Jean . .
O'Rear, Jimmy . . .
Orr, Cleo .............
Osborne, Jerry Sue 57, 59, ,
Ostlund, Jane ..... 47, 102, 106,
Owens, Keith .......................
Owens, Margaret ...................
Page, Iona ................
Parrish, Gale ......
52f Efibisf '1'1h"
Patterson, Gloria .................-..
Payne, Jimmy ... ....
47, 62, 77, 90
Rains: Jerry 37, 54, 55
66, 76, 79, 105, 110, 118
Rains, Lois . . . . . .
Rains, Tom .........
Ramsey, Barbara . . .
Rankin,Mary,.... ......... .... ...
Rasner, Edna ....
Ratcliff, Beverly - .
Ray, Barbara . . . . .
Ray, Charles . . .
Ray, John . . . . .
Ray, Paul .......
37, 87, 97, 102, 114
52, 88, 114
52, 64, 84,
37, 64, 67, 105
.. . 58 59
.. ..... 20, 41, 117
.. 37, 102 110
Razor, Loretta . . . . . .-.......... 47,'102, ,113
Rea, Tom . . . .
Reagan, Eula . ..
Reagan, Jesse .
37, 86, 105, 113
37, 78, 79
Sampley, Jerry . . . . . . . .
Marilyn . . . . .
Sanders, Darrell . . . .
Donnie .... ..
Sanders: Floyd . . . . . . . .
Sanders, Judy - . . . . . - .
53, 52, 69
92, 102, 106, 114
47, 102, 114
47, 69, 88,
Sanders, Margaret . .....
Sanders, Monte .........
Sanders, Patti ....
Sandlin, Joyce ..... .
Salyers, Claudette .....
Schroth, Harry .....
Sewell, Carlos ....
Shafer, Dick . .....
Sharp, Shirley . . . .
47, 64, 74
Shaw, Carol . ........ . . . .
Sheffield, Norma ..
Sheffield, Willie Mae
Shelley, Marlene ...
Shelton, Fayrene ...
Shelton, Frank ....
Shopp, Donna ...
Simerly, Sylvia ..
Simmons, Bob ....
Simmons, Kenneth .
Sims, Clara Dean ..
Sletvett, Elizabeth ..
Slettvet, Erma .....
Slettvett, Lois ...
58, 106, 114
.. . 47,
Simmons, David 58, 90,
. 21, 69,
Summers, Jerry . . .
Surber, Eugene . . . .
Surber, Tom . . . . . . .
Stults, Ralph . . . . .
Sutton, Joan .........
Swayzy, Jerry .........
46, 48, 64, 76
.. .... .. 38
Tallman, Dwight . . . . 58, 75, 89, 90, 109
Tambucos, Bessie . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 86, 87
Tarr, Alden .........
Tatum, Billy ..... 53,88
Ttaum, Mary ... 38, 88, 92, 99, 102, 110
Ta lor Alton.............. .... ..38, 79
Bob . . . .
Bonnie . . .
Charles . . . .
. . . . 58
. . . . . . . . 47
George .. 522'58,' 901191, 105, 106
Smith Deloris . . . . .
Smith, Florence ....
Smith, Harry .... . . . .
Smith, Jerry .........
Smith Joe ......
Smith Leland ...
Smith Lena .....
Smith, Mary - .....
Smith, Mary Lou ....
Smith Ralph ........
Smith, Tom ---------
Smitherman, Janet 48
Snedigar, Susan .
Solida, Cheryl ...
Sorrell, Jerry ....
Sox, Jerry . .........
Spencer, Darleen . . . .
Spencer, .lack . . . . .
Spicer, Don -....
Stanley, Alice ...
Stanley, Joe .....
Steele, Judy .....
Stegner, Janice ..
Stephens, Jo Ann
Stevens, Dennis ..
Stevens, Dottie ..
Stewert, Robert ..
Stigall, Alice ....
Stillwell, Mary ..
Stinson, Mara Jane .
... .... . ....... 53
I 1091 'iii' 117'
.. 48 92 102
58, , 114
, , ,114
53, 74, 90, 91
48, 92, 99, 102,106
46, 48, 64, 79, 110
. ........... 53,110
53, 64, 109
49f '53','80f 108,
Stinson, Pat . . . . . . . 48, 90, 102. , 113
Stockton, Junior . . . . . . . . . ........... 48
Stohler, Betty Ann
.... 58, ,
38, 69, 86, 87,'98f 99,'i0if .114, 118
Stohler, Bob .................. ---.- 76
Stonerock, Junior ............ 48, 84, 90
, y .... ........ 53
Stout, Bob .... 58,64
Stout, Jim .... ....... . ....... 53, 64, 77
Stove, Alyce .. 48, 88, 102, 106, 113, 114
Stove, Jeanne .. 48, 88, 90, 102, 106, 113
Stover, Donald 58,90
Stover, Don . ..... . ................. 53
Strukel, Dick - . . . . . . . . 58, 75
Stubbs, Mary Lou . . . . . . . 48, 88
Stults, Loretta . .... .. . 48, 90
Taylor, Barbara ....... 48, 102, 106, 113
Taylor, Jean ..... ............... 5 8
Taylor, Monte ...................... 53
Thomas, Carolyn .................... 53
Thomas, Joyce .. 38, 88, 89, 90, 102, 110
Thomas, Joyce Ann ......... 48, 88, 102
Thompkins, Melvin . ...... . ..... . .... 58
Thompson, Delight ... .... 48, 88
Thompson, Donald .............. 38, 109
Thompson, Edward ............. 53, 109
Thompson, G. C. -... 38, 90, 91, 98, 105
Thornburg, Joyce Black .............. 38
Thrasher, Vina ...................... 53
Tichenor, Bob .................. 48, 105
Tinkle, Linda .............. 58, 109, 114
Tinkle, Tom 48, 64, 77, 79, 105
Toller, Bill .... ................. 5 3
Tout, Jim ....... ............... 4 8
Tower, Beverlee .... ....
Tower, Mary .... ...-..
Trainor, Anne ..
Tranter, Sandra .....................
Tremain, Sue ..
. . . . . 58,
. . . 58, 59, 99, 106,
Troxell, Charles .................--..
Troxell, Erestine . .......... 53,
Troxell, Jerry .... ...... 5 8, 75
Troxell, Jim ..... .... 5 3, 64, 74
Turner, Betty .... ......... 5 9
Turner, Carolyn ... ...-- -- 59
Turner, Ted .................-. 48, 110
Turner, Marvin ......... 24, 38, 64
65, 67, 68, 73, 88, 101, 105, 118
Tuttle, Lora -......... .......... 4 8, 64
Tyner. Kenneth ........ 59, 99, 105, 106
Tyner, Talmage ... ............. .. 48
Tyner, William .... ............. 4 8
Tyree, Bill ....... ... 38, 109
Upchurch, Bennett . . . . . . . 48, 64, 65, 67
Upchurch, Hollis . . . . . . . . . 48, 68, 70, 72
Usher, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 101, 105,
106, 110, 113, 117
VanBuskirk, Errol Lee .... . . . . . . 53, 90
Vanderbeck, Jim . . . . 48, 64, 67, 76, 105
VanHoose, Fred . . . . . . . . . ........ 76, 79
VanHoy,1na ......-........ .... 53, 88
106, 109, 113, 114, 118
VanMatre, Don ................. 59, 77
Vannatta, Mike ................. 64, 84
Vannatta, Shirley .... ... 38, 102
Vaughn, Carolyn ... ...... .. 59
Vaughn, Wilkie .... ......... 5 3
Veach, Robert ... ........ 59, 77
Vernon, Rosalie .... ... 38, 99, 102
Vincent, Leran ...
Vogel, Elizabeth ..
Vores, Clemma Kay
Voris, Richard . . . .
Wadmarn, Roddy ..
Wadman, Ronald .
...... ........ 21
Wainscott, Jill .........
Walcott, Betty ....
Walcott, Buddy ...
Walden, Ed .....
Wall, Della V .....
Wallace, Carlos ..
Wallace, Kenneth .
Wallen, Ezra .....
Wallen, Jack ......
Wallen, Vic ......
Wantz, Rosalie - ...
Wardlow, Anolie .
Wardlow, Larry ..
Warren, Lois .....
Wasson, Barbara ..
Watkins, Dale ....
Watts, Marie ...
Watts, Maxine ....
Wayman, Mary ...
Webb, Doris ...... ....
Weekly, Morris . . . . . . .
Weesner, Howard . . .
West, Edward .....
Weisse, Patty ....
Welch, Bob .....
Welch, Gail ....
Welsh, Betty ...
West, Rosalie . . . .
West, Shirley . . .
Weston, Alene - . . .
Weston, Russell . .
Wheeler, Robert . . ..
Wheeler, Scott . . . .
Arthur . . . .
17, 21, 109
48, 92, 102, 114
59, 105, 113, 114
48, 109, 114
41, 78, 79
59, 64, 69
59, 77, 105
48, 85, 102, 110
White, Jayne 41, 86, 87, 102, 114
White, Mary Alice
Whiteman, David .
Wiles, Dixie Lee ..
.. .............. 53
Wiley, Shirley . 481'i0a,' '1'0H,'113
Wilkinson, Glenn . ......
Williams, Anita ...
Williams, Marian .
Williams, Marie ..
Williams, Roger ..
Wills, Georgia ....
Wilkinson, Duane . . .
Wilkinson, Glenn .
Wilson, Ed .......
Wilson, Jerry . . . . .
Wilson, Ronnie ....
Wilson, Sally ..........
fff 'fiif '1'01','
Winslow, Eois . ... 101,
Wilt, Bill .........
Wilt, Betty Jo ....
Winningham, B. . . .
Wister, Sylvia . . . .
53, 105, 113
W66d, chuck ................ 59, 64, 75
Worr' Deanna lfill'591'94,' 105113, ,114
Worthington, Bill ............... 53, 109
Wright, Louise .
Wright, Jim ....
Wright, Patti .........
Wyatt, Barbara .
Wyatt, .loan . .. ..
. . . . . . . 3.16,
York, Dale ...
Yost, Richard .
........ ......... 16
Young, Joyce Ann 59, 113, 114
Young, Joyce .......... ........... 53
Ziglar, Nellie .......... ....... 59
Zornes, Charlene ...... .... 59, 88
Printing by Lincoln Press, Muncie, Indiana
Engraving by Indianapolis Engraving Co., Inc.,
Covers by the Kingsport Press, Inc., Kingsport, Tennessee
Drawings by Loretta Razor
Underclassmen individual pictures by Hennington Studios,
Wolfe City, Texas
Football action shots by the courtesy of the Courier-Times
Picture for Crow Motor Sales and Yukon by H. D. Burnside
Underslassmen informals, club informals, and miscellaneous
activity shots, and various advertisement pictures by
Tom Rea, student photographer
Senior and faculty portraits and all other pictures
by Tom Petty
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