New Castle Chrysler High School - Rosennial Yearbook (New Castle, IN)

 - Class of 1955

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':- 1 up ' s 0 -fl ' I if 'f N.-.F any 'SE 1 ,zwifx A . "0 as W 162, 1 5 3 b f N I'- Y -.V 1 -,gzu ! if everywhere you look, lust The bell rings . . . the hall is iommed . . . ond kds colldell After b mpmg nto each other eight times cz doy, students and teachers soon accept the cro d as port of our high school life. Yes, everywhere there were kids ...inthe holls . . .inthe classrooms . . . ot club meetings . . .otconvocc1- tions . . . ot boll gomes . . . ond ot dances. Together, oll 1,265 of us mode our woy down the bursting holls of N.H.S. to our vorious classes thot prepored us for college, the business world, industry, and the home. We'd chot o minute, then push our way through the holl to class. Although we lived by this some schedule doy in ond doy out, we never seemed to tire of it, for in spite of our limited spoce, our high school days will ol- woys be remembered os hoppy ones. Four n A P 4 1 . ik 421 522.21 Elf ' V . ku Q Q. Vw. 0-mv ' Va fs 4 'gf X f . f H ff' f-Ly Tinimn Hliullllllllllllf S, mu 3 I L ,ww t I 8 1 - 5 ,- , X' . , j I Q I 'I X I 3 ---wk. 3 K 5 Mi, '7?'Q?1gp2 vu' x QQ.: 'J Tw' . .5 r l V . IIN 5 it's r I Crowding into this corner of the gym, Beta and SunShine members picked up their supply of halftime refreshments which they sold to the fans at the basketball games. xx --Xin' . R, NNN. I . , ffii' --N ' 'Q-.H 'Q - f ' 'E Q. ,gr ..,, ,, A ,A l ,r - 1, fr, 1 ,V """'C. wif? -,np-.5. We pushed and shoved . . . but always for a purpose. Through co- operation we learned to accept as our responsibility the problems of living together. Whether at the gym for a ball game, a dance, or a convocation, or taking part in special activities such as the Christmas Vesper Service, we always tried to make it the best. cu challenge for all 0 h h h it muddy feet Soaking wel, leeann Wills, Brenda Harris, and Audrey Smith realize the difficulties of having gym classes two blocks from school. Approximately 30 hours a year are spent by underclass students as they walk to and from gym classes. Many more valuable hours are wasted ff loafing downtown at noon, as we have no cafe- ' teria. In searching for lost articles such as books, coats, and gloves, more time is wasted because we have only lOO lockers for l2OO students and most of us must leave our belongings in the hall or in desks shared by others. -g "---5 I fl. I 1 , 4 V. c L-1. , ' 4 , "-f:,,,,'k ' V' 151' 5 5- V I lm, ' r ' . ' , - -,: 'fl'-., - A -L, q 'J ip'-V .V I , I Eight Nm A. '-s,,,v:-, lost articles . . quick bite to eat three maior Housing the offices of our superintendent, purchasing agent, grade school supervisor, and practical arts director is the new Administration Building. A three classroom adcition to the Westwood school was a major improvement in the building program of the New Castle-Henry Township school system. Three new classrooms and several new offices somewhat relieved over-crowded- ness in N.H.S. this year when school admin- istrators moved to the new Administration Building. On the elementary level where conditions were even more crowded, one new building and two new additions were constructed. The new Greenstreet 'School named after the late Joseph A. Greenstreet, who for many years was a high school teacher here, and additions to the Westwood and Wilbur Wright schools provide 17 new classrooms. expansions ease situation Scrubbed faces . . . spoiless corridors . . . wide-eyed youngsiersl! All this describes Greensireef School where boys and girls are surrounded by the lates! and mos! modern equipment .ws fflw wr building dream Step one in planning our long dreamed of gymnasium was organizing ideas. Here, Mr. Horrace Cook, athletic director, shows Bill Tallman, N.H S. athlete, the tentative plans. Here, Principal Edgar B. Redman shows underclassmen, Tom Sway- zee, Christine Ploneaux, John Goodwin, and Shcrlene Anderson, the land on which the new high school will be built which they may attend as seniors. its ' ' , ,:ti'4".f, V , -'pqf' L ' ' . N ,wi ri' and putting t unto ef e A 45 acre land sute near Baker Park was acquired from the cuty last year for the new S3 500 000 hugh school campus which us to accommodate l 800 students Boyd E Phelps Inc architects for the new Walter P Chrysler Memorial Hugh School promised complete blue prunts for its construction by the end of thus year with buuldung to begun in l956 School offucuals belueve the academic section with 35 classrooms wull be ready for use un September l957 The cuvuc audutoruum to be constructed from money left by the Bundy estate also may be ready at thus time Remaining unuts for the new hugh school which wull include the home eco nomucs and undustrual arts departments cafeteria and gymnasium wull be com pleted at the rate of approximately S300 000 per year Spreading the con struction over a period of years us nec es ary un the pay as you go an adopted by the School Board All unuts with the exceptuon of the gymnasium should be complete by l960 and plans for a stamp protect now are being unutuated by the N Mens Club Thus program ut successful would brung un about 5100 000 a year and would make ut possuble to construct the Fueld house much sooner dyA e teN Ct o m nNo c that o to b d o a co d to d a e yo P I Mc a adM ce a teeted bace the pla ad o oftheado I O D f t 1 r ' 1 - I ' . , ., . , . ' I , - . . . S . U uv I ' ' , . . . . . . . , I 1 - I "Bun uditarium Gets O.K." was the h adline in h ew as le C urier-Ti es i vem- ber when it was first annaun ed the money from the Bundy est te was e use f r mmunity au i rium. Otis Bra w y, Rag r Hammer, Henry Chesick, Ma r au Cor- m ck, n iss Juanita Jane Ru k r re in r s k rs in nning n prom ting u it rium. To consider problems confronting the school board and to recommend possible solu- tions for these problems are the responsibilities of the Lay Advisory Board, whose members are selected from many c'vic organizations. Here, Mrs. Marvin McKee, Mr. Harry Modlin, and Mr. Joseph Ratcliff are shown talking with Superintendent Rexford G. wright. people behind the scenes School board members and other school officials pictured here are C. W. Robinson, Harry Modlin, Doyal Plunkitt, Otis Stoops, Tom Millikan, Rextord G. Wright, and Henry Jennings. Fourteen . N4- Ji 'W-ws awww 4. Espe: ally appealung n the sketches of the ne chool a e e ans G att act e classrooms and co do s Mr Wr ght and Mr Red an are sho n nspect g the e sketches As the result of community planning the Walter P Chrysler Memorial Hugh School will soon become a reality Even the student body through thelr Student Council representatlves had a part In Its planning They gonned wnth the Lay Advnsory Board P TA and other cntuzens and completely planned the new bulldlng After thesr study was complete, chalrmen of the committees dlscussed their Ideas wlth the architects and later presented them to the School Board I n. h. s. is making llofw f.E.'Q...,.g.+' JW I Ti 'mul num V Q SLMOR CLASS , 1 Trying to select their candidates are Jan Mahin, Hilda Hay, Gail Hern, Jenny Miller, and David Fleming. "The Three R's" prevailed in N.H.S. no matter how crowded we were, and besides learning our assignments from books, we also took maior steps toward "growing up." Participating in vigorous campaigns, serving on election boards, and support- ing our favorite candidates for Student Council, Purdue Legislature, and class of- ficers acquainted us with the responsibili- ties of conscientious citizens. Such activities as E.l.B. Day and Career Day played an important part in creating friendly and understanding relationships between the students, faculty, and the members of the community, thus helping us realize that the school is a very im- portant part of our community. Sixteen ,fm m,15i'--qieF,.3- 3, diffs, .- , ,.rn.:, 1 ,r , ,fzwffw i:'.:2q:g22a.2g:, 1:1 'fi' ' C'-83:52 'li-712115 f 2 '-gig ft ,w,i::,:, 3,3555 i if fff J' lf - V'-Ai" "'21"f. .. 'Q-f"1-iififiiiitf 'a1'Jf3T43i?5E? .haw N- L 4 'Qiil' .I T Members of this senior election board are Fred Eans, Joan Dalton, Emily Brayton, Ronnie Reuter, and Jerri Sue Osborne, Patty North, , Ilene land, and Venita Pleasant are waiting in line to vote in this Student Council election. progress through knowledge Educational radio station WYSN, now in its fourth year of actual broadcast, was one means of relating to the community the work being done in the high school, as well as giving students the opportunity to manage and operate their own studio. Working hand in hand with the radio sta- tion were the PHOENIX, ROSENNIAL, and news release staffs, whose main purpose, also, was to help strengthen public rela- tions. The little square sign on the back of the school car which reads "New Castle High School Student Driver" signified that a "just Iearning" driver was behind the wheel. This was only one of many classes which prepared students for their adult responsibilities. "W.Y,S.N., Your Schools in New Castle, with studios located in the high school building" . . . Warming up for this daily routine are Dick Lange, John Hanning, and Jenny Miller, W.Y.S N. staff members. Driving instructor, Mr. Marvin Wood, and students from his class, Charlotte Williams and Mary Jo White, get ready to go for a "lesson on wheels." IQ i D COO' "sue Y Xx D'l'lfl1 - f W, ' I VW: fs' ' ei? ' s,, ' Q Y W 2, Mg, WEE! 7 ,. if , an 4 X A an I , b 'W W imma' Q Ahhwg ' ' 'M yy . 'W gf 1 , , - 'f M ,.,t .V Wg 4 M 3 , gf Q l 11 y 1 if , Manx ' Xa T,.,m4m Q fav, ,Q -QE - - f?m,i fy " ' , 'Y W A -A li 'f-' Q V QA , fb a, fm.: 4 , W . , 7.11.-J.. v Q -V V- X M K3 in Qi I num. mwwa 1 VN . 5 ,M m,,,,.A ,www ,wx 4 Y y ,,,..J- .5-1-V -- Q we if Q-5 ix Q 'R H Q s A Mi ,?9"f? Ik 2 H' -' f , , V J 5 meg: A 17 Q rg D9 f hu' JZ FZ we ' X L, ,Je ' ,f if , uw , dum V preparing the future Commencement in the Church Street Gyml lt's practically a tradition for N HS seniors to graduate in the "crackerbox"g but the time has come when larger facilities are needed to accommodate the increasing number of seniors and guests. Yes, this year in New Castle High School has been a crowded one, crowded in many ways. Our days were crowded with classes, teachers, and friends . . . which are depicted in the People sec- tion beginning on page 20. Sports, beginning on page 62, also were important in our lives, as we crowded to the gym and athletic field to back our Trojan teams. With Activities on page 84, and Clubs on page 106 came extra-curricular and social activities. On page 126 is the section of our Advertisers, whom we patronized throughout the year, thus completing our picture story of l955. Cadet teacher, Anne experience working as she assists them Opportunity School. people We iommed, we shoved, we pushed - teochers and students olike - into o building built for 700. From the time we left our homes to wolk to school with our friends or to pile into ci school bus, we were owore of our grow- ing need for exponsion. l REXFORD G. WRIGHT, superintendent ot the New Castle-Henry Township schools, works ende Iessly on the building program. Mr. Wright received his A.B. from DePauw and his M.S. from Indiana University. EDGAR B, REDMAN, principal, initiated a new policy this year with his P.A. "chats" on higher standards. Mr. Redman received his A.B. from Oakland City, 8.5. from Indiana State, and M.S, from Purdue. RICHARD LONGENECKER, dean ot boys, is a familiar figure to every boy in N.H.S. His time is spent setting up schedules, acting as a counselor, and guiding seniors in plans after graduation. ' - rv if 'w 4 if Twenty-Tu'o administrators set high standards MISS EVELYN RENTCHLER, dean of girls, is in charge of the educa- tional guidance program tor girls. This program includes vocational, educational, and personal adiust- ment for students. RICHARD P. HAMILTON, practical arts director, also directs the Adult Education Program. Although he is a newcomer to this vicinity, his program includes over four hun- dred students. gf go w X K' J , faculty MR ROBERT ACKENHUSEN BS MS Indtona Untverstty Chemtstry Algebra MISS RUTH E ANDREWS BS MA Ball State Soctal Stud es MISS LEANNA K BARKER BS Earlham College MA Indtana Untverstty Engltsh MR BERNHARDT A BEGUHN BS MS Stout Instttute Practtcal Arts Department Head Prtnt tn MRS JUANITA BISHOP AB Bowltng Green College MCS Indtana Untverstty Bustness De partment Head Bustness Law FBLA MR RALPH BRACHT BS MA Ball State I dustrtal Arts MISS ELIZABETH BROOKER B Ball Sae Typtng Bustness Artthmettc MR THOMAS BOWERS BS Central Normal M S Butler Math Soctal Studtes Questers Ht Y MR HORACE COOK BS MA Ball State Athlettc Dtrector and Ttcket Manager Algebra MISS FRANCES EILAR BS MS Untvcrstty of Mtnnesota Home Econcmtcs Department H ad Home Management Sewtng FHA MR JAMES ELROD AB MA Cornell Untver stty Dramattcs Engltsh Debate Cla s ay Curtatn Call NFL MR MILDRED FLEET BS MA Ball Sate Jun or Class Offtce Machtnes Bustnes Engltsh MISS JAN FLEMING BS Ball State Phystcal Educatton O A A MRS FREDA FRESHOUR B S Ball State Btology Sctence Club MR ROBERT FURBEE BS M S Purdue Untver stty Vocattonal Agrtculture Btology F F A MISS MUZETTA GUYMON A B M S Indtana Untverstty Home Nurstng Famtly Relottons MISS FRANCES HALBERSTADT AB Indtana State MA Indtana Un verstty Phoentx Rosen ntal Journaltsm News Release Press Club MISS SARAH HALL A B Butler Untverstty MA Ball State Shorthand Typtng MR BERNARD HANLEY B5 MS lndtana Unt verstty Audto Vtsual Dtrector MR LANGAN HAY A B Untverstty of Kentucky Htstory Football Golf MISS JOYCE HENDRICKS BS Indtana Untver sly Typtng General Bustness Sentor SunShtne MISS FERN HODSON AB Earlham MA Colum bta Mathemaltcs Department Head Algebra MR IVAN HODSON AB Earlham MA Colum bla Sctence Depa tment Head Phystcs MISS MABEL HODSON AB Earlham MA Co Iumbta Lattn Algebra Lattn Club MR STERLING E JACKSON BS Ind ana nt verstty Engltsh MRS LEANNA JAEGER BS BAA Untverstty ot Ctnctnnatt Art MR RICHARD JAEGER BME lndana Umver stty A Cappella Concert Chotr Crescendo MR HURLEY JETT BS Ball State Vocattonal Machtne Trades and Shop Machtntsts Club Tttuttx Thru ffl 71411111 l'11 r if wr faculty MISS PAULINE JORDAN BS Ball State Phys: cal Educatton Macerettes GAA MR JOHN D KELLEY AB MA Ball State Englush French G ROBERT KIRBY BS New Mexrco West ern Soc1alStudles Football Track ALVIN E LAKE B5 MA Ball State Eng as Attendance Durector LEWIS LARRISON BS MS Ball State Draltmg MR RALPH R LOCKE AB Nebraska MS I duana Umversrty Industrual Arts Questers H1 Y MR RICHARD LONGENECKER BS Ball State MA Colorado State Dean at Boys MISS BERNIECE McCORD AB MA lnduana Unlverslty Engllsh Trolan Trlbune MR HOMER NIFLIS BS MS Indiana Umver stty Algebra General Math Wrestling MISS MARTHA NUTT AB Butler BS LS Unnversrty of Illmols Llbrarxan MR WALTER OBRIEN BS Butler Unuverslty Health Basketball Baseball MISS CLEO ORR AB Ball State MA lnduana Umversuty Refresher Math Geometry Algebra MISS LEWELTA POGUE A B lndlana Unlverslty MA Mlchugan Spanrsh Language Department MR CECIL POWELL BS Manchester MA Ball State DE DO Job Placement Director DECA MRS PHYLLIS POWELL AB Manchester Home Economics FHA MR BERNARD O PRESSLER PSM as man School of Muslc Muslc Department Head Band MISS MARY E RANKIN A B Unlverslty of Wls consln Blology Science Club MISS CATHERINE RATCLIFFE A B Western Col lege MA Indnana Unrversuty Latrn Reglstrar Semor Class Natlonal Honor Soclety MR FRANCIS REED BS MA Ball State Social Studues Department Head Social Studies Hu Y MISS EVELYN RENTCHLER BS Mussouru Valley M S lnduana Unrversuty Dean of Glrls MRS MARY RICKERT AB MA Ball State Remedaal Readnng Engllsh Beta Tn H1 Y MR HOBART RISLEY AB Wabash MA lndr ana Unrversnty English Buble Club MISS JUANITAJ RUCKER AB DePauw Speech Radio WYSN N F L MISS HELEN RUPLEY B S Purdue Unnverslty Socual Studues Alpha Trl Hu Y MRS MARGARET SANDERS AB MA Ball State Engltsh Englush Department Head Junlor SunShme Socnety MR ROBERT SMITH BS Ball State Industrial Arts Questers HI Y MR WILBUR VEACH BS Ball State Physucal Educatron Basketball Track MRS MARY WAYMAN AB Mlaml Unlversxty M A Ball State Soclal Studues V4 kW,--A.e.-,,.....,..,. , I I I .- 7 .- Q' 1 Q55 1 , . . . 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" '- ' u faculty MISS LUELLA WEBB BS Ball State Advanced Foods Sewing MR ELWOOD E WEGESIN BS Ball State Physlcal Education Track Junuor Hugh Football MR MARVIN WOOD BS Butler Drlver Tram mg Basketball Baseball Football MR MAURICE WORLAND B F A Nebraska Wes lyan MA Ohno State Orchestra MRS MILDRED POWELL BAILY RN Methodlst School of Nursing Indranapolls School Nurse MR RICHARD HAMILTON BS MS Stout In stltute Dlrector of Proctlcal Arts ond Adult Educatuon MISS JUDY SANDERS Secretary Prlnclpol s Of :ce MRS BERTHA VAN HOY Secretary Attendance Oftrce MRS MELBA WADMAN Bookkeeper Prtnclpal Offuce MRS BERTHA VAN HOY and ALVIN LAKE appeared here In the Attendance Office They Issue admlttances to class for absentees, mtervlew those with questlonable excuses, and try to re duce absenteersm MRS MILDRED POWELL BAILY, school nurse, presented a program once a month over the PA and WYSN d scussung phases ot health Important to every student Port of her day IS spent at Jumor Hugh Twenty Fzne teacher's combine Miss Pogue, Miss Rankin, Mr. Hay, MT. Ackenhusen, and Mr. Elrod meet in the Prin- cipol's office, perhaps to discuss a problem with the principal. School decisions orig- inate in this office, and students as well as teachers voice their opinions here. A casual atmosphere and friendliness dominates the office. There comes a time in every girl's life when she needs home economics training. Miss Guymon's home nursing class learns child care, ways of meeting the public, proper posture habits, and helpful physical exer- cises. Here, Mrs. Allen of the Kiddie Shop, displays clothing and other necessities for the younger set. Jerry Wilson and Ed Hoopingarner ihid- den behind the shieldl try their skill at arc welding. The boys are operating a vertical type Lincoln D.C. generator. Boys inter- ested in this vocational training learn twenty- is being run on a piece of steel. This ele- mentary skill is learned by all welding students. Kenny Tyner reports to his fellow class- mates in Mrs. Wayman's history class from the Senior Scholastic magazine. Members form panels and prepare reports using this magazine, which presents the news in an unbiased form. Field trips to the City Hall are taken annually and attendance at City Council meetings is encouraged. Tu wnlv-.Nix classes and fun Mrs. Helen Callaway, Mrs. Edna Town- send, Mrs. Donna Rains, Mrs. Helen Howard, and Mrs. Phyllis Dorn relax for a moment in the general office at the Administration Building. This frame building rclicves thc over-crowded high school by providing two and one-half extra rooms which serve 50 or more additional students. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jaeger leave the Methodist Church altar after their marriage in December. Mrs. Jaeger, the former Leanna Young, teaches art while Mr. Jaeger directs the choirs. Many students who attended the wedding remember the seasonal Christ- mas decorations correlated with her chosen colors, pink and blue. To entertain and show appreciation to their teachers, members of the SunShine Society served their annual Faculty Christmas Tea. Sixty faculty members responded. Here Mr. Elrod, Mrs. Rickert, Mrs. Powell, and Miss Webb pause at the serving table as Kathleen Gorman and Lucretia Johnson pour. Private! No Admittance! At last the teachers have a room reserved for their work. Mr. Jackson, Mr. Larrison, Miss Nutt, and Mrs. Fleet are among those who use this space during free periods. The KEEP OUT signs aren't posted but students observe the rules. lt might be labeled, "the teachers' study hall." 114'-HH i Gathersng around Dwsght s old Model A Ford are tour sensor class offscers Left to rsght John Hamm Deanna Worl Dwsght Tallman and Kay Msller Wsth Msss Cathersne Ratclsffes assistance our sensor year moved smoothly from one event to another Tucnls I-sglsz able teachers guide us At last we were sensors and the electson of our offscers sn September and the recesvsng of our class rsngs made st seem more offscsal Super sntendent of Schools, Rexford G Wrsght d dressed us at our fsrst meetsng and told us that the faculty was sn back of us lOO percent and advssed us to do our part sn maksng our last year a success Taksng hss advsce, we elected John Deanna Worl, secretary, and Kay Msller treasurer Our actsvstses progressed smoothly as our sensor commsttees selected our class flower motto, snvstatsons, and wrote our class song, all under the gusdance of Msss Cathersne Ratclsffe our sponsor Some of us were kept busy wsth actsvstses such as College Gusdance Day Sensor Scholarshsp Tests and other preparatsons for college, whsle others turned thesr attentsons toward homemaksng and other future occupatsons o . . . I Q - Hamm, president, Dwight Tallman, vice-presidentg In the top picture, sewing on the back drop for the class play are, lelt to right, Ladema Bergin, Kath- leen Gorman, Betty Walcott, Carol Corbin, and Pyllis Rager. Fixing costumes for the class play in the bottom picture are, left to right, Jim Aaron, Carol Corbin, Sylvia Hatlner, Anne Trainor, Beverly Bouslog, John Hamm, Phyllis Roger, and Gene Jack- son. modern magic baffles ancients to ghl Row 1- Mr. Erlod, Lucretia Johnson. Row 2 - Jim Aaron Phyllis B ack Earla Grllith Anne Trainor, Gene Jackson, John Hamm. Row 3-Beverly Bouslog Jenny Miller Marsee Beckett, Su Link, Sully Wilson, Darvin Planeaux, Sylvia Haffner Duane Brammer Ihlfll S9I1IOt'S James Edwm Aaron Lattn Club Questers H Y Vlce Pres HI Y Class Play Jr Prom Table and Chair Comm Joyce Elalne Adams A Cappella Choir Band G A A Cadet Teachmg B ble Club Crescendo SunShme Glenda Mae Allen Tramnng Choir Auxler DECA Sgt at Arms Charles Edward Baker lndustrlal Arts Malor Leah Joyce Batchfleld Beta Vnce Pres SunShme Chaplaln Hearts Hop Attendant Macerettes Jurdeen Acrey DECA Macerettes Drlvmg Club Janice Rose Alexander SunShme Beta DECA Macerettes Chrysler Crystal Ball Attendant Leon Ammonett Detroit Much Transfer DECA Robert Merrlll Baldwin, Jr lndustrual Arts Malor Marsee 0 Beckett Honor Socuety HI Y Treas latnn Club Vnce Pres Questers Pres Class Play Jr Rotarlan Joe Davld Acton Tralnung Chou Make R Alexander HI Y Band Questers HI Y Baseball Football Golf Florence Evelyn Armstrong Buble Club Sec WYSN SunShme Lattn Club Sr lnvltatlon Comm Barley lndustrlal Arts Malor Loretta Lee Barratt Glrls Concert Choar Honor Soclety Janice Valalre e Orchestra Treas SunShme Spanish Club Trannlng Choir ,iff-W.-.1 0 i- , Omer Joe Joan Ayres Jesse Mac ' B ll S9I1lOt'S Ella Lodema Bergln Beta SunShme Honor Society ootball Sweetheart Heart s Hop Attendant Altrusa Glrl Class Play Edna Estelle Blunk Macerettes F B l A John Borror lndustrnal Arts Malor Paul Robert Branham Machnnrsts Club Bond Judlth Ann Brown Latln Club Pres NFL Vuce res Honor Soclely Purdue Assembly Altrusa Girl A Cappella Chou SunShme Terry Wayne Bunner Basketball Football Track lr Prom Decora tuon Comm Phyllls June Black ROSENNIAL Honor Soclety Pres WYSN Class Play Spamsh Club Sec N L ea Allrusa Girl Phllrp Lorlng Bond H Y es Honor Socaety Student Councul Pres lalln Club .lr Rotarvan Mary Beverly Bouslog Beta Soclal Chr Prom Attendant Harvest Hop Attendant SunShme Sgt at Arms Emlly Jean Brayton Lohn Club SunShme F H A Sr Invltotlon Comm Jr Tuclcet Comm Kay Elalne Brown Beta SunShme latm Club Wanda Ilene Burgan SunShme F BLA DECA Harvest Hap Attendant Jack Hayes Bledsoe Machinists Club A Cappella Chonr areas Buble Club Honor Socrety Sarah Helen Booher Buble Club Pres l FB Cadet Teachung Spannsh Club Traunmg Chonr Sr Flower Comm Duane E Brammer ROSENNIAL Hn Y Band Honor Society Pres Class Play Latm Club Questers Chaplaln Davld Lee Brldges Radno Club F H A Sharon Brenda Bryant Band Tralnung Choir Louis Edward Burns H Y F BLA Baseball Illllll Un o ' .F. ., B t i- , Pr . ' , , . . . . ' N.F. ., . .L.A. Class Play Jr. Ratarian . . ., ' -P . ' ' ' ' . L 1 Thzrtx Tuu S9l1IOl'S Dorothy Jane Caldwell G A A ec Gnrls Concert Chou Drnvung Club Paula Joann Carlton A Cappella Chonr Orchestra Treas Harold L Catey Band Captaln Quartermaster Pep Band Questers HI Y Football Judlth Ann Cheek SunShme Beta Chanr Vlce Pres Jr Prom lnvntatlon Comm Sr Flower Comm Raymond Nelson Cooper Latin Club HI Y Student Council F H A Parllamen tarlan Honor Socnety Sarah Ruth Craft Beta GAA Honor Soclety DECA Pres Latin Club Jr Coranatuon Comm May Queen Lmda Ann Campbell SunShme GAA Band Treas Sec Latun Club WYSN Honor Soclety Sr lnvltatlon Comm Jack Eugene Carter A Cappella Cholr Driving Club Della Loulse Charlton SunShme Beta Macerettes Sec Fred R Cheshire Band Drum Malor Crescendo Jr Prom Decoratlon Comm Chr Honor Socuety Freda Carol Corbm ROSENNIAL Beta Sec Honor Socnety SunShme Class Play Heart s Hop Attendant Crace Charlene Crowell Macerettes Tralnung Choir Margaret Jane Carender Class Play Science Club WYSN Curtaln Call latin Club Ronald Lee Carter lndustrnal Arts Malor Vrrglnla Ann Charlton A Cappella Chonr Crescendo Sr Song Comm A F Buble Club Jerry Lee Chrlds Golf Jr Table and Chair Comm Chr Questers Basketball Vrrgmla Corbm Beta SunShme G A A Jucllth Ann Curlett SunShme Pres Buble Club Pres A Cappella Chour Beta Band Altrusa Gurl Honor Socnety Spanish Club 0 I J F.b.L. ., .H.A. Girls Concert Pep Band, Hi-Y Hi-Y S8l1IOl'S Joan Dalton Buble Club Shelby Jean Davls F B l A Gnrls Concert Cholr Sr Flower Comm Cary Frank Denms Busnness Mayor Frederlck Wllllam Eans Madrlgal A Cappella Chonr Baseball F B l A Hollls Steve Evans lndustrlal Arts Mayor Jerry Eugene Flowers Buble Club Vice Pres Honor Soclety Machinists Club Dale Lamont Davls f F A Judrth Ann DeFord Macerettes Benny Fulton Dodd A Cappella Chonr Crescendo Curtam Call N F L Treas Latln Club Treas Charlene Elalne Elmore Beta SunSlnne latm Club Grrls Concert Cholr Duane Bayless Farley ROSENNIAL Hn Y Band Baseball Track Curtam Call Questers Sec Lnly Mane Flowers P B L A Drrvmg Club Donald Kennedy Davls Chonr Opal Jean Denney Gnrls Concert Chou Curtam Call Macereltes Band F B l. A Donald Eugene Dudley F B L A Pres Cadet Teachung Dnvmg Club Jewell Elalne Evans FHA .lr Pram lnvntataon Jewell Lorralne Fellers SunShlne DECA Vrce Pres G A A Macerettes PHOENIX Wrlllam Lewis Flowers Machlnlsts Club Pres Treas Baseball Thlrls Thru . Z, DECA, Historian Macerettes Comm., Chr. l Thzrls four Donald Eugene Forbes Basketball Football Track Golf Larry Leon Frazier Machnmsts Club Vnce Pres Paula Janrece Garten Band Recorder Cadet Teachmg Sclence Club Orchestra Beta FHA Chaplain Sel'IlOl'S Juanlta Joyce Ford WYSN Glrls State Honor Socsety Logan Garrett Frost Football Baseball Wrestling Mary Frances Garvln New Llsbon Ind Transfer Ronald Burch James Gordon Gogd Wrestlmg DECA Wllllam Joseph Gossage Football Marllyn Grlbbons SunShlne Beta F B L A Macerettes Cadet Teachnng Gnrls Concert Choir Jamce Fae Grady F B L A Druvmg Club Earla Jean Griffith ROSENNIAL Beta WYSN Class Play Spanush Club Pres Sr Song Comm Curtaln Call SunShme Macerettes Melvm Gene Ford lndustrlal Arts Malor Marllyn Sue Funderburg F B L A Macerettes Buble Club Danuel Michael Gust Basketball Kathleen Sue Gorman Beta Chaplaln F H A Vlce res heart Attendant Class Play Curtain Call F BLA James Marvin Gregory Baseball Basketball Robert Jesse Guthrie lndustrlal Arts Mayor O ' ' , . . . . .. ., ' -P . Football Sweet- S9l'lI0l'S Sylvla Mae Haffner ROSENNIAL Beta SunShme Cadet Teaching Class Play Jerne Dean Hampton Curlaln Call Glrls Concert Chonr Jerry Cllft Harry A Cappella Cholr Hn Y e Pres lahn Club Band Orchestra Pep Band Crescendo Harry Ronald Hlggms Football Elaine Jamce Hodson Honor Socnety Sec Altrusa Gnrl latln Club Treas Sclence Club Vnce Pres Donna Jean Holtzel Beta DECA SunShme Macerettes Jr Prom Decoratlon Comm Gnrls Concert Chonr John Joseph Hamm Honor Society Hn Y Class Play Sr Class Pres Student Councul Vsce Pres Jr Rotarlan Leland D Hardmg Spamsh Club Hu Y Class Party Crescendo Cadet Teachnng A Cappella Chonr Yell Leader Max Duane Hays DECA Carla Kay Hinshaw ROSENNIAL Asst Ed Honor Socvely Girls State Beta Sgt at Arms SunShme Class Play Velma Jean Hoel DECA Georgia Ann Hooplngarner SunShme Macerettes Gnrls Concert Choir John W Hanmng F F A Band WYSN F B l A Crescendo Jr Prom Orchestra Comm Betty Sue Hardwlck G A A Girls Concert Cholr Jerry Wayne Henry Football Katheleen Glee Hmton Dnvmg Club Richard Kent Holaday College Prep Mayor Sandra Beatrice Hoosler G A A Vnce Pres Macereltes SunShme Beta Cholr Pres A Cappella Chonr Thzrty Fine O . . .. ., ' 1 , . . . 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Frances Joan Huckeby Buslness Malor Arnold Eugene Jackson H Y gt Band Pep Band Crescendo Class Play at Arms Robert Lee Johnson Scuence Club Orchestra Band Spanish Club Stanley Jones Basketball Edwin Kelley Golf Questers Traunlng Cholr Track Mgr Norman Kendall College Prep Malor S8l1lOt'S Joseph C Hurst Spanush Club Reporter Orchestra Sec Crescendo A Cappella Chour Debate Lucretia Jane Johnson Beta Class Play Curtain Call Macerettes Sr Color Comm Latln Club FHA Richard Leland Jolnes Football H PHOENIX Baseball Basketball Edlthann Ka k Selma Ind Transfer Patrlcla Anne Kelsay Honor Socuety F H A Sec res Altrusa Glrl Beta Madrngal A Cappella Chour Glrls State SunShlne Lots Duane Knotts WYSN Statlon Mgr Beta N F L Prom Attendant SunShlne Spanish Club Paul Hutchms Hu Y A Cappella Chonr Latrn Club Vice Pres Peggy Ann Johnson SunShlne Beta DECA Jr lnvrtatuon Comm Macerettes Joyce Ann Jones Girls State Vnce Pres Gnrls Concert Cholr DECA F H A Buble Club Frank Gllson Keith Baseball Albert Ray Kendall Vocational Pnntlng Mayor Richard Allen Lacy Industrial Arts Mayor I L. I S U l . ,J . I ' . L. ' , I D , i-Y ' Pres. Student Council F.B.L.Al,'Reparter,. . , v I . . seniors Mary Ilene Land Beta, Treas. Maiorette Sr Color Comm A F SunShme Macerettes Louis Richard Lenz Business Malor Wllllam Bert McCasIln Latin Club DECA Jackle Lee McGaha Track May FBLA Ronnie Gene Mettert ROSENNIAL PHOENIX Hn Y Track Football Sr Color Comm Kathleen Lane Business Maior Beverlee Su Ill Jr Prom Decoration Comm Prom Attendant Malorette Beta SunShme Class Play Susan Kay McConnell Macerettes Crescendo Sun5hlne Beta DECA Sr Flower Comm Leland George McGee Industrial Arts Mayor Mayne PHOENIX Co Editor latin Club Altrusa Girl Buble Club Cadet Teaching Honor Society Vlrgmla Lee Muller WYSN Beta Curtom Coll Prom Queen Yell Leader Class Play Hearts Hop Attendant Darrell Ralph Latham Track Jacquelyn Sue Long F s L A DECA James Thomas McElroy HI Y WYSN latin Club Questers Honor Society Donald Eugene Marsh Basketball Football Meredith HI Y Kay C Muller Sr Class Treas Hn Y Golf Jr Class Treas Basketball Football Track Thirty Seven F.s.L. ., .H A.' L' k Charles Joseph Thelma Louise David Jay N to rght Row Eloune Hodson Judy Curlett to ght Row Marsee Beckett Phul Bond Deanna Worl Row 2 Phyllus Black Lodema Bergun Dwught Tollmon Melvun Tompukns Duane Brommer Jodey Speers Judy Neff Row 3 Pat Kelsay Judy Row 2 Dorvun Planeoux John Hamm Jum Myers Brown Thelma Moyne George Rucker: Judy Curlett Altrusa Gurl whose work un Home Eco nomucs us outstandung puts her knowledge to use as she makes a skurt Thurlu Eught actuve senuors seuze Eleven senuor gurls were chosen thus year by the Altrusa Club because of theur outstandung work un varuous fuelds These gurls were elected on the basus of scholastuc achuevement, personal aduust ment, and professuonal ambutuon Thus year they were Judy Neff Englush Phyllus Black, mathe matucs, Thelma Mayne, socual studues, Jodey Speers, physucal educatuon, Lodema Bergun, art, Delores Puckett busuness Elaune Hodson, scuence, Judy Brown speech Pat Kelsay musuc, Deanna Worl, uournalusm, and Judy Curlett home eco nomucs Nune outstandung boys un the Senuor Class, one for each school month were chosen to be Junuor Rotaruans on the basus of leadershup, scholarshup and character Several students who were unterested un teach ung careers became cadet teachers and assusted un the grades and .Iunuor Hugh School They gauned experuence un handlung chuldren and be came more sympathetuc to teachers problems Jan Truttschuh was selected the Outstandung Cutuzen at Gurls State last summer and represented Induana at Gurls Natuon un Washungton, D C Boys and gurls who were selected for 'Boys and Gurls State found the week of goverum ntal unstruc tuon helpful J fl 5 g I . Q left i , 1- ' , , left ri , 1- , ' , ' L' 1 .1 Q I . O I . ' ' L I 1 1 I l I O O 0 I f ' u i ' , i , ' . I , , I . , - , , . e ' - Atfendung Girls and Boys Slate were left lo rughl Row l Pal Kelsay .lan Trlll Schuh Row 2 Judy Neff Phyllis Black Marulyn Sloddard Carla Hinshaw Joyce Jones lorella Barrall Sarah Booher Row 3 Darvun Planeaux opporlunlhes, lnlhale careers Cade! teachers were left lo right Row l Ermly Braylon Sarah Booher Venula Pleasant Anne Trannor Jan Trmschuh Joyce Adams Donald Dudley Row 2 Jnm Wood Sylvua Sum erly Marilyn Grubbons Sylvia Haffner Paula Garlen Row 3 Carla Hunshuw Elaine Hod son Mane Walls Thelma Mayne 7fllfl1 Nm Y x , . ,S . I I I ' 7 ' 1 I I I , I 7 i - oo o oo I T I I I I I I F T 1 ' .V ,y Forty Frederlck Eugene Moffltt Baseball Basketball Charles Muchael Morrls Wrestlnng Nlcholas Byrdstown Tenn Transfer Dollue Darlene Nuckols DECA Ronald Mtlton Parker Baseball Football Richard Ellls Plerce Scnence Club Sec S6l1lOl'S Clayton ay Moore Baseball Spamsh Club James Mark Myers Basketball Ht Y Honor Society Orchestra Pres Spamsh Club Treas Questers Crescendo N-PP Beta Gnrls Concert Chonr PHOENlX Geraldlne ue Osborne Latin Club SunShme Beta Macerettes Wayne Stanley Parker A Cappella Chonr Crescendo Track Hn Y Questers Spanush Club Floyd Follls Ptercy Industrial Arts Malor Chloe Mae Moore Cambrldge Cnty Ind Transfer Judlth Ellen Neff ROSENNIAL Beta Pres Honor Socuety Altrusa Glrl SunShlne Heart s Hop Queen A Cappella Chorr North Latm Club SunShune Beta Drlvlng Club Honor Society John David Pans Curtaln Call PHOENIX Vernon Louls Phelps lndustrlal Arts Mayor James Oather Plerson latun Club H1 Y Questers o ' R Hi-Y - ' , Hi-Y , '- Roxie Avadine Rebecca Ann Patricia Ann . - S ' SeI1lOI'S Darvun Carl Planeaux Latun Club H Y ec Honor Socuety Boys Stale Class Play Gene H Pruntz Wresllung Hu Y Questers Lotun Club .lackue Lee Rauns Pruntung Mayor Paul Leonard Ray PHOENIX Track A Cappella Chour Buble Club Wulluam Davud Reyman Science Club F B L A Honor Socuety Sr Flower Comm Buble Club Frederuck Lee Roberts Spanush Club Football Track Wrestlung Venuta Fae Pleasant Madrugal Class Play Buble Club Honor Socuety 5unShune Latun Club Delores Ann Puckett Gurls Concert Chour Beta SunShune Altrusa Gurl Macerettes Lous Ellen Rams Harold Roger Reeves Football Basketball Hu Y latun Club George Wulluam Ruchardson Basketball Jr Prom Decoratuon Comm Norman Yazel Rogers F F A Donald Gene Pruce Baseball Basketball Track Phyllus Jean Rager ROSENNIAL Beta Mauorette FH A SunShune Treas Honor Soc ety Prom Hearts Hop Attendant A Cappella Chour Wallace C Raley Ronald Duane Reuter Track George Wulluam Ruckert Hu Y Band Honor Socnety Treas Crescendo Jr Rotaruan Robert Thorras Rouse r us L A Parluamentaruan Buble Club lwfrlu 0111 . K , , , , , , i- , S . 1 Vocational DECA DECA hun Tuo Harry Ervin Schroth, Jr. Hi-Y Orchestra Training Choir .lo Anne Simpson Greenbock Tenn Transfer Leland Clyde Smlth DECA Robert ee Stout HIY Questers DECA Football A Coppell Choir Crescendo Jerry Wayne Swayzee Track HI Y Band Pep Bond Crescendo Melvm Ward Tompkins Honor Society Vice Pres Ht Y Latin Club seniors Sylvia Irene Simerly Debate Latin Club, Sec. SunShine, Beta Cadet Teaching Orchestra Honor Society Bonnle Smlth F B L A F H A Sr Motto Comm Barbara Speers Beta SunShlne Student Council Chrysler Crystal Ball Queen Altruso Girl Prom Heart s Hop Attendant Donald Harold Stover Driving Club Dwight D Tallmon Football Hu Y Basketball Sr Cass Vice Pres Jr Rotarnon Mr Basketball Honor Society Beverlee Gaye Tower F B L A A Cappella Choir Carl David Simmons Crescendo Band, Hi-Y Driving Club Pep Bond Jr Pram Bond Comm WYSN Charles Eugene Smith Basketball Football Marilyn Joan Stoddard' PHOENIX Co Editor Beta SunShlne Crescendo F H A Treas A Cappella Choir Honor Society Dick Lamar Strukel Baseboll Basketball Football Lindo Kay Tmkle SunShlne F B L A F H A DECA Driving Club Jr Prom Decoration Comm Mary Louise Tower Beto Sr Motto Comm SunShlne Macerettes Girls Concert Choir lt' fqyft S6l1IOl'S Ellzabeth Anne Tralnor Macerettes WYSN Beta SunShme Class Play Cadet Teachlng Honor Socnety Latm Club Charles Boyd Troxell lndustrlal Arts Malor Ruth Ann Turner Curtain Call FBLA FHA GAA Lalnn Club Donald Eugene VanMatre Baseball Football Catherine Ann Wadman Drrvlng Club F B L A B ble Club Kota Wallen G A A DECA Sue Ann Tremaln F B L A Reporter SunShme Beta Sr Color Comm F H A Macerettes Latin Club Jerry Reed Troxell Student Cauncnl Football Basketball H Y F A FBLA Cass ay Latm Club Kenneth Ed ward Tyner, J wYsN N F L A Cappella Chonr Honor Socvety Robert Leland Veach Sports Announcer Golf Spanish Club Mary Ellzabeth Walcott SunShme Sec Vnce Pres DECA Class Play Spanush Club Beta Prom Attendant Snowball Queen Delores June Walters Bussness Malor Janet Tnttschuh ROSENNIAL Beta Glrls State Honor Soclety Purdue Assembly Debate Pres N L res Spanish Club Mnss New Castle Carolyn Jean Turner DECA SunShme F H A Macerettes Ray Max Van Devender F F A Track Patrlcla Ellen Vosburgh Macerettes Gurls Concert Chour Jackie Lee Wallen Football Richard Dale Waltmlre Basketball Hu Y Questers A Cappella Chow Spamsh Club Mr New Castle I' urls Three I - ' ' ' ,r. ., P .U i- , .H . l l . . . ., l Pl l'. Asst. Director Hi-Y, Chaplain Football I' nrtx Four Lawrence Wardlow Band Orchestra Vera Marle alfs Codel Teachlng :ble Club rlhur ay While panush Club Charles ee Wood F B L A Foolball Jon Kevm Worland DECA Treas Joyce Ann Young DECA sec S9l1l0l'S Lols Jean Warren Buble Club Tralnung Choir F BLA Howard Lee Weesner F F A Jerry Eugene Wllson Academuc Course James Michael Wood Baseball HI Y Wreslllng Baskelball Queslers Hu Y Cadet Teachmg Foolball Joan Frances Wyatt F H A Charlene Zornes PHOENIX Orchestra Pafrlcra Sue Walklns G A A Francls Scoll Wheeler HI Y Jr Prom Decorallon Comm Sally Lou Wllson GAA res Curlaun Call Crescendo Class Play Sr Color Comm Deanna Worl ROSENNIAL Ednlor Harvesl Hop Queen Prom Altendanl Honor Soclely Sec Jr Sr Class Sec Allrusa Glrl Bela SunShlne WYSN Calvin Arlos Yockey F F A I L . . . W B. ' . A R S ' ' . . ., P . SunShfne, Bela L . seniors not pictured George Herald Clyde Raymond Ball Alggrn Driving Club Football Mary Elizabeth Marilyn Kaye Fox Harvey Beta Selma, Ind. SunShine Transfer Macerettes Girls Concert Choir Donnell James Gale Franklin Owens Polston Industrial Arts Maior Business Major Writing term papers and chil- stories were all part of dren's Senior English class activities. But it was not all work and no play, Jackson's class enioyed as Mr. scrubbing the walls, decorating the windows, and painting the bulletin boards at Christmas time. Miss McCord's classes wel- comed her back from Thailand, and found fascinating her experi- ences, which she illustrated with slides and souvenirs. Entertaining the foreign students from Earlham College and Indiana University was another important activity. Forty-Fi: e Obie James Dick Fartville, Ind. Transfer Joyce Cole Lane Girls Concert Choir A Capella Choir Bible Club Charles Eugene Redick Industrial Arts Maior James Raymond Dicken Machinists Club, Treas. Herbert Mitchell Meredith Baseball Basketball Football, Track Sports Announcer F.H.A. Donna Lou Shopp Business Moior Gilbert Donald Dock Vocational Printing Maior James Moody Indianapolis, Ind. Transfer Donna Jean Charlton Upchurch SunShine Beta F.B.l.A. Macerettes Lawrence Daniel Fox, Jr Mr. Basketball Baseball Basketball Machinists Club Wanda Ander- son Morgan SunShine Cleaning up roam 209 are Charles May, Roger Reeves, Dick Joines, and Sally Wilson. Mr. Jackson is showing Roger and Dick some spots they missed. we prized our new superiority Senior cords were an attraction to everyone with their David Reyman is arranging the different choices for the clever sayings and sketches Lodema Bergun looks at sensor flower so members of the class can select the flower Wayne Parker s cords as Tom McElroy watches Max Van they like best Marilyn Funderburg Sandra Hoosier and Devender tie his shoes Della Charlton are inspecting has work furli N11 From the Halls of School into the Corridors of Life, was selected as our motto We chose the Dawn Rose for our class flower and na tional blue and light blue for our senior class colors Senior cords, cowboy boots, and Burmuda socks were some of the fads of our senior year that we will always remember Well always remember, too, the music of Dick Cnsne the night club entertainment, and all the food we could eat when we were guests of the Chamber of Commerce on Commence ment night Mrs Rhea Stelty and her helpers are busy preparing the food for the Sensor Night Club party spon sored by the New Castle Chamber ol Commerce and took our bigger moments seriously The l955 senior class listens in- tently to Dr. Elvin S. Eyster, of Indiana University, the Senior Ves- pers speaker. Pat Kelsay and Leah Batchfield help Sue Tremain put her cap on straight before they leave for Commencement. How proud we were when we marched together at Senior Vespers, Baccalaureate, Class Day, and Commencement. December 6 was an important night for all of us as we dressed in our best, and marched down the aisle of the First Christian Church to hear Dr. Elvin S. Eyster of Indiana University talk to us and our parents on "Making Life Worth Living." Final activities began on May 26, when our class president, John Hamm, addressed us at Class Day. Mr. Elrod and his Dra- matics 42 class presented skits for the entertainment. We thought seriously of our future lives as we heard Rev. David B. Tallman speak to us at Baccalaureate, on Sunday, May 29. Then the big night arrived! June 2, 8 P.M.l We all walked proudly across the stage to receive our diplomas from Miss Rat- cliffe and Mr. Redman. Then as a group, all 245 of us, turned the tassels on our caps and were pronounced graduates of New Castle High School. Forty-Sei-en iuniors plan unusual prom Organized for the first time in their high school careers, the lun tors met many times In committees to make plans for prom and other activities Here the class officers, Rose mary Hurst, secretary David Paul, president, Terry Parker, vice pres ident, and Nancy Bond, treasurer, and the class sponsor, Mrs Mil dred Fleet, meet to look at the class lewelry The lewelry was ordered in February and will be received next 'fall 'G l Form Eight 'S GP luniors ROW l JoAnn Abshlre Bill Adams Patty Adams Gerald Adkins Brenda Agee Paul Albertson Charles Alcorn Richard Alexander Alice Ambur 9eY ROW 2 Donna Ander son Nancy Anderson Monrie Asberry Milton Ashby Eddie Baker im Baker Susan Baker Carole Ballard Donald Ballard ROW 3 Jerry Ballen ger Vernadell Barker Gary Barnett Joe Bar ratt Donita Beguhn Her man Bennett Jeannine Bennett Mary Ann Ben nett Patty Benson I . . , . l O O ,L 1' I I L l I . I V , , Y Z, f , 1 . - ' 1 ' Q 'xx If ' . . 4 . -' M H. L . 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I lumors W I Eugene en son Agatha Bertram unuor Bo ing Nancy Bond Kenneth Bonnette Carolyn Bowne Mary Boyles Rose Boyles Pat ty Brrght ROW 2 Sandra Brook shire Betty Brown Jean Brown Saundra Broyles Anita Brummett Freddte Burgner Bo Butter worth Catherine Cold well Glenda Caldwell ROW 3 Norma Cold we Blanche Carter annie Clark Bessie Clearwater Pat Cochran Faye Coffman Patty Coffman Jim Cole Floyd Collier ROW 4 Jay Cottman Phyllis Cox Edna Craig Duc Crandall Sylvia Cross Jim Daily Chuck Darling Bob Davis Glen Davis ROW 5 Norman Davis Judy Day Bertha Del linger Otis Denney Jim Denny Madge Dlshman Louuse Draper Cl-up Ed wards Betty England ROW 6 Yvonne air child Mi e Fallon B ll Fannin Mary Fletcher C lrstlne Ford David or Gen Ford um Frost Janet Garvin ROW 7 Helen Glpson Nick Goar David Good wrn Barbara Gorman Janet Grady Carl Gra ham, Lotharr Green, Christine Greene, G - nars Greiberis ROW 8-Joe Greiner, Carolyn Groves, Darrelle Grunden, Harold Hacker ROW 9-Norma Hager- ty Albert Hall, Carolyn Mae Hall, Carolyn Sue Ha ROW lO-Marvin Hall, Don Hancock, Brenda Harris, Ruth Hays Having a friendly get- together as they enter a Friday night dance are Brenda Harris Jim Wal- cott, Gail Hern, Nancy Bond Don Tichenor Chip Edwards and Sue Parker. nr" v Us lr 17 arr- Y :F 1-e AW l'1tIx Mhwf K v lunlors A wagon rsn t often used for books but this rs one lame when these klds are g a to have ut T ey are Pat Graffls and Davrd Paul ROW l Bull Hendricks Joyce Henry Gaul Hern Ka Hall R W 2 Sara Hrnes Jam H nes Edward Hoop nngarner Carolyn Hoover ROW 3 Shrrley op uns House au Householder Roberta Hughes ROW 4 Morgan Hunt I Huntley Rose mary Hurst Ronnle Jock son Barbara Johnson Loretta Johnson Mary Lou Johnson Jean Jones Rrchard Jones ROW 5 Marcia Jordan Wayne Keesllng rm Ke Elvnn Knrkpatrnck Janet Knotts Bruce Ko ger Paul Koger Sandra Kramlen Duck Lange ROW 6 Bull Lantz Jua mta Lawson Leroy Leach Lowell Lee Krrs Lrvezey Beverly Lock nd e Bonnre Lo an Judy Lucas Grace M Cormuck ROW 7 Barbara Mc anrel Jean Mc ver Janet McKechnre Murrel McKrIlrp Steve McKown Carolyn McLane John Maher Janet Malcolm Anlta Malkemus ROW 8 Make Molloy Jerry Maple Lydra Mar cum Patsey Marsh Jack Martin Clifford Mastln Marva Matlock rrc May Paula Mayer ROW 9 Make Maze Don Medalen Jack Meese Dee Ann Melton John Melton Rrchard Mercer Martha Muller Peggy Muller Vaughn Muller R W IO Cleta Mor gan Don Morrrs Gay Morrrson Richard Mun dy Duane Murray Joy Murray Jack Norrrs ulra wens P lllp Owens .lm . . v l' - +L ' K . , . 3. - 1 'Y . 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Q 7 I f r l L J ' 'o , rv i' , f v ' s li in luntors ROW l Januce Padgett Betty Parker Sue Parker Terry Parker David Paul Pavey Mary Per due Linda Pierce Anna Pnercey R W 2 Ralph Plea sont Lnnda Plunkrtt Jew ell Poore Gerald Pope Morrle Powers Gunars Putmns Ruth Rams Rob ert Ramsey Jack Razor ROW 3 Carol Rea Gary Reece Allen Reese Rose Reno Lynn Rrchey Gordon Rtddle Phyllus Rnggs Jack Rlgney Bev erly Rrley ROW4 Sharon Rttchre Clnfford Roberts Betty Robrnson Bully Rogers Paul Roseberry Harvey Ross Gene Row Janet Rush Barbara Russell ROW 5 Don Sampley Schroth Barbara Sears Myra Sells Thor Sem ler Sue Shelton Saun dra Shepperd Peggy Shoemaker ROW 6 Roger Sldwell Gubby Smlth Margaret Smrth Norma Jean Smrth Robert Smrth Bob Smoot Dranne Sollda Joan Scots Davnd Span nuth ROW 7 Paul Staggs Deanne Stearnes Donna Stephens Sharon Steph ens Nancy Stoops ROW 8 Sharon Stout Joyce Surber Treva Sut ton Robert Teague Make halls ROW 9 Jane Thomas John Thomas Charles Thompson Mary Thomp son Don Trchenor ROW lO Anna Toller Car Turner Helen Up church rlscrlla church Charles Van Motre Shown plcklng out ma tenal for new drapes rn Miss Evelyn Rentchlers office are Janice Grady Carl Turner Don Prtce Make Fallon Chrrstlne Greene and Miss Luella Webb home decorations teacher uf was B R "' Y' asc! 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Q J- A la l f I- ru Hn ,Av-4' in TY ,pn ww 9- rf W 4:- wfs lunlors accept responslbllltles I'1lll 71111 IUHIOFS ROW l Mike Vorls Bob Walcott Jun Wal colt Jerry Walden Bull Wall Sue Wallen Jean Warner Kathleen Watt Mark Weaduck ROW 2 Bob Webster lyn Welsse Mary Whlte Mary June White Bob Wales Darlene Wll llams Phyllis Wlllloms Leeann Wllls ROW 3 Joyce Wllt Llnda Wummer Jackle Wood Mary Lou Wool sey Cloretta Worley Joy Yockey Frances Young As upperclassmen, un tors found themselves more and more active rn school affaurs Not only were class meetings held for all 290 tumors to make arrange ments for Prom and the lumor dance, but members ofthe Class of 1956 began to take leadmg roles nn the schooI's organizations and to partlcnpate un radlo, dramatlcs, lournallsm, and other advanced tralmng programs ' 7 .1 H Q " ' :ii f' Q ' . , 'V w ,. - , .fag nm l , .-sw: ' f A- -'-- ' - A - an , , Q ,E - ' , .M , ' o f , M .., 1i , M I 2 - f - t V 4- , t , fe: fx ,. - - . 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X I e 0 o o o o I - sophomores Selechng a new Trolan flag are Councrl mem bers O T Myers Margie Turner Kay Chambers Marcua Hodson and Joyce Hall ROW l Larry Abrell Barbara Abslon Bob Adams Jerry Alberlson W 2 Garry spoch Gall Arlhur Ger old Ayres Gene Barley ROW 3 Danny Bo er Geoff Baker Jam Baker Lnnda Baldock ROW 4 Judy Bal ard Margie Barrle If Baugh Gayle Bavender Arnold Bell Joan Ben nell Maxine Benson Sa y Burch Wanda Blackburn ROW 5 Jerry Bland lelha Blevins Jlm Boyd Drck Bralnard Barbara Brandl Duck Branham Erme Brallon Eslal Bren neman Jane Brock ROW 6 Harold Brown Margre Brown Marshel Brown Paul Brown Jan ce Browmng Joan Browning Faye Brumley Mlke Burlnson Evelyne Carnes ROW 7 Kay Carler Margarel Carler Earl Calron Jock Calron Kay Chambers Pally Ches her Edulh Clark ed Clark Danny Clrflon ROW 8 Belly Cochran Genevueve Coffey Louise Cooper Rodernck Cooper Harold Cowan Richard Cox Ronald Cox Logan Crablree George Cran da ROW 9 Joseph Craw ford Johnny Cross Wal bur Cross Phyllis Crrs well Harrison Dallon Tom Dalton Mike Dann David Davus Waller Dans ROW l0 Ronnre De Coursey Floyd Dlcken Gaul Domca Joyce Dow ell Arnold Dudley Sara Eddnngs Jnm Edwards Donna Ellls Moreno El wood 0' fltlx Thwe 1 ., GW' Aiwa, :ml 1'1tlm fflllf E' -5. 4' ,1 Q' sophomores Enloymg the study f geometric deslgns are Mary Hardmg Charlotte Newby, and Larry Abrell Geometry IS a popular sublect a m o n g sopho fT10l'eS ROW l Louella Evans Bo Fadely Wulllam Flrth Buddy Fisher ROW 2 Richard Fnsher Sherry Flowers Ruthann Forbes Rose Ann Fox ROW 3 Carol Garrard Henry Gentry Gerald Goff Wanda Golf ROW 4 Jerry Gold Johnny Goodwin Rees Gordon Pattne Graffus Carolyn Gray D x e Gregory Helen Grlffln Ronald Grlner Joyce Gustln ROW 5 Laura Hager man Richard Halfacre oyce Hall Norma Han mng Jerry Hardgrove Mary Harding Bully Har re Hathaway Harvey Clyde Halley ROW 6 Bull Hay Jack Haynes Chester Hodgln Marcua Hodson Ernest Hoe Arnold Hubbs Gene Hull Bully Hunter Wanda Hurst ROW 7 Margaret Jes see Jane Johnson Jlm Johnson Jan Jordan Don Joyner Davld Jud ay Joyce Kelsay Don da ROW 8 Thomas Ken da Jack Kennedy Neva Kldd Jum Kung Vonda Kung Bull Kllnger Lloyd Koger Joan lacy Bea Kay Lawson R W 9 Rosa ee Carol Lenz Ronnre Lnnes Mary Lord Bob Luellen Da as Lunsford ob McCartt Anne McClaun Sheula McGlnn1s ROW lO Jan Mahan a ry M a pl He en Marcum Don Masters leonaro Maynard Alice Meeks Nancy Meese Sonny Mules Norma Montgomery G' , iz A ,, 1 . 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' A ff 243 .V V f I I ff ,4 1 I ' . - 4' YH . - .lg Ififly-.N'i.1 u , D,i.,,....,.- Xl sophomores Row l 1 Toby Utt, Cheryl Van Buskirk, Jerry Wadman, James Walker, David Wallace, Marcia Wallen, Paul Walls, Linda Waln. Louise Ward ROW 2-Reba Ward- low, Marjorie Warner, Bill Weesner, Elnora White, Judy Whiteman, Dohrman Whitton, Earl Wilkinson, Charlotte Williams, Diana Wil- liams ROW 3 -Janice Wil- liams, Jewell Wilson, Martha Wilt, Mary Wilt, Edsel Winningham, Jim Worthington, Jane Wot- ring, Bob Wright, David Wright ROW 4-Merl York clubs, classes attract underclassmen It doesn't take long for underclassmen to become active in club and class- room activities. Questers, Junior SunShine, Alpha Tri- Hi-Y, and Press Club are open only to freshmen and sophomores. Physical edu- cation, foreign languages, health, biology, and other subiects keep them busy and interested in school. "Use the pay phone, please," is a frequent phrase voiced by teach- ers. Obeying orders are Joyce Kelsay, Marilyn Shockley, and Mike Dann, who find the hall phone a big convenience. This health class is studying the mouth, tooth by tooth. Those get- ting extra instruction from Mr. Walter O'Brien are Sally Birch, James Walker, and Barbara Ab- stan, freshmen The freshmen all seem to be Interested In the sc: ence held as a result of th e I r biology courses Here John Poynter Tom Summers and Sue Baker teed a Inttle lost mght hawk ROW l DIXIE Acton Jnmmy Agee Warren Akers Anna Alderson R W 2 Mike Allen Mary Kay Anderson Sharlene Anderson Vrk tors Atasenko ROW 3 Lnndo Barley Sue Ann Baker Drxle Boldock Joanne Ball ROW 4 Jean Ballard Duane Ballenger Linda Ballenger Marne Ballen ger Cella Balph Judy Barkdull Suzanne Barks Bruce Botchfleld Leroy e ROW 5 Audrey Bert tram David Bess John Beyer Pa sy Brllrngs Mary Ann Burch Nancy Black leon Blackburn Jack Blevins Max Bokma ROW 6 Judy Brown Janet Brown Betty L Brown Grace Bright Patrlcla Bratton Prusculla Brandt Charles Brad show Ann Bouslog Ger ald Bolung ROW 7 Larry Brown Gordon Broyles Carol Bryant Jeanela Bunch S vla Burgess Phu up Burton Jlm Bush ack Byrd Blll Coldwell ROW 8 Larry Cardwell Bonnie Carender Rebec ca Carender Wrlma Car gale Sobra Carmack Emily Carpenter ex Carter Jean Cash Carol Cashdollar ROW 9 Agnes Catron Dottre Catron Ronald Caulk Jerry Chesher Betty Chulds Rosemary Clark Inez Clay John Cleveland Larry Clrnton ROW Janet on verse Sylvua Conway Betty Cooper Bully Cooper Judy Covey Bob Cox Bryant Craug Rod eruck Crass Judy Cross I .0 0-6' aflf ffl MN 1- -.H 1'1tIx IW, I rf Q- he-x ,w freshmen Underclossman phofog- rapher, Mr. Noe of the Hennington Studios, had a busy day in September photographing 900 un- derciassmen. Pictured here are Helen Ramsey and Linda Ballenger. ROW l-Phyllis Crow- horn, Kay Crum, Maryee Cuunult Betty Daffron ROW 2 Glen Daffran Potty Doffron Bobby Doggy Judy Dalton ROW 3 Nad ne Dan uels Lando Davudson L ella Davldson Betty Davns ROW 4 Calvln Davls C ole Davis Caro n yrs J nice E Davus nice Davis Po Dov s Rosemary Davus Lclua Day ommy Dear dorff W 5 Auce De n qer Joyce Denney Joe Dennus Wondo Derby sh re Glenna Dlshman Goldman Dobbs Donald Donuca Sondra D obvng Allen Duvall ROW 6 Duv Jerry Dye Joyce Dye Dorlene Ends Jerry Eons Jerry Elwood David Fleming Sherrill Fletcher Bobb e Flowers ROW 7 Loretto Forbes Juanuto Foust Son ra Frazier Jerry Frost Huel Garner John Garvey Bull Garvnn Peggy Glas co Patty Goodman ROW 8 Robert Gor man Betty Jane Gough Dallas Gregory lm Gregory Ruchard Greg ory Tommy Grnbbons Grose Barbara Hacker ROW 9 Norma Hacker Davrd Hall Gloria Holl Horner Hammond Nor m Hammer Martha Hordacre Patty Harding Soundro Hordmq Paul Hardwvck ROW 10 Sandy Hart grove Lnnda Hawkuns Bonnle Hay Hrlda Hay Larry Hedrnck Mnldred Hacks Bob Htdoy Mar n H 1' 5- , s ' lf 7' ' 1 , 1, , V A l K' -- J Q . . K : ug ,A-in A I ' 1 'J ' f ' 'lx . J cr ,- .. lv ' 1 I 1 " ,Q -' ' O, r ly ' . -, ! f i ci K ' Jo V L, , tty O' - 1 V , y - - - f- ,. er , j - ,A fu W N RO - I' ui Y J A l. ' l ' ' - ' J 5 . ' 'lx 1 , ' , A . v my A J , K up Y .. , ' f. V' - Bill all 'tr - 1 - , ' ,A 9 Q s "- . , , f' , K -. ' ' D ' ? .,- 1' - 1 -r, gf rf V A V Y Q2 'A l 1 A T l d r .li - J ' 9 A2 Y , ' . I , I A fi J H. , r ' Q ' P H , J' X. lf X! A l - I ' I ' 4 Brenda Griffith, Betty 6. 1 , 5 ll V 3 , , F, F A . 1 . ' 'g 4 t . Q. 1 O , 4 J V - ' W .,.r J , in J 3 7 f A' ' 3.5 - gi 'Z 'F ' 4 , A ' , . ' ' f- f . ' n lf --,- z . . i . , Q 3:7 2 X . A . . ' ' ' A vly -Il, Lilly Hull .hfffz freshmen ROW l James H ll Bruce Humes George Hanes erry Hrnes aude Hrnlon Linda Hoagland Jam Hopkrns Judy Hapk ns Judy Hud dleslon ROW 2 Alnce Hughes Kay Humphrnes Bull Imel Sylvaa Jefferson Anne Jennrngs Charles John son Davnd Johnson Ruth Johnson Tom Johnson ROW 3 Phyllis Jones Eslher Kendall James Kendall Melvrn Kendall Howard Kennedy Kent Kvnerl Mary Krrlzendall Lunda Kurkpalrnck Anne Krausbauer ROW 4 Barbara Lacy Belly Land John Lane Joyce Lanzer Frankie Laurle Jerry Lawson Rex Lawson Davld Lee Joyce Lee ROW 5 Charlene Lef few James Leverudge Evelyn Lewman Charles usler Phulup Llveze George Lodge Oradean Logan Don Loveless Suzella Lovely Llnda McCarlhy Arl Mc Corkle James McCor mack Evelene McFar land Mary McGary Mrke McGill Donnie Mc Kee John Mclaughlnn ROW 7 George M Mullan Laverne McMul lan Vance McWl1orler David Malcom Carolyn Mann G a r y Marcum Sue Mark Larry Marlow Larry Marsh ROW B Mary Marlln Larry Mason Larry Mas engale Elaine Massen gale ROW 9 Nancy May held Calherune Meece Jackle Mellon John Mal lnkan ROW 10 Helen Muller Bzlly Mrnlon Paul Mor an Bob Morgan Sludy sludy sludy' This rs always among e freshmens lhoughls es penally when lhey are snllmg an lhe large and crowded sludy halls of N H S F1113 'lrne Q 5 I ' , J ' , CI , I . . , 1 . I , f . , f , l I . , , U 1 I , , , . L' , ' ' ' Y, , , , ROW 6 - Joan Lucas, I . I . I . . , I . - C. , , , , , , , T ' I - - l , , 'i V I , V I ' . ' th . I I I Nun freshmen ROW l Judlth Myers Elasne Neal Julia Nell Wullard New Mlckey Ocker Fred Over Shlr Iey Owens Tom Pente cost Betty Perry ROW 2 Danny Peyton Leon Phelps Gene Phrpps Chrustlne Plan eaux Lora Polston Judy Polson Peggy Poole Tom Pope Johnae Poyn er ROW 3 lnara Putmns Charles Ralnes Betty Rains Ernest Rams Hel en Ramsey Glen Ray Byron Rees Dorothy Reese Ruth Reese ROW 4 Terry Reece Byron Rerchart Deward Reynolds Joyce Rnckard Tom Ricks Ralph Rlddle Ronnre Ruggs Charlene Rrley Deanna Rltchue ROW 5 Frances Roach Elalne Roberts Joe Rob erts John Roberts Vnr gl ra Roberts L l n d a Robinson Charles Rog ers Jerry Russell oy Russell ROW 6 Dale Salyers Mary Sorten Davud Say lor Deanna Saylor Sears Duane Selke Jane Sells Mildred Shaw ROW 7 Joe Shnrk Dor othy Shoop Judy Short ridge Effie Sldwell Ken ney Sldwell Charles Simpson Darlene Slavm Beverly Slettvet nm Small ROW 8 Susan Smnley Anna Smnth Barbara Smith Berneuce Smlth Kent Smlth Larry Smuth Lln a Smith Laura Smith Mary Smllh ROW9 VlrgnnlaSm1th Kenneth Stamps Jose phme Stearnes Drew Stephens Lynda Steph ens Jnmmue Stephens Ted Stephens Max Stev ens Orval Steproe ROW l0 Bob Stoops Janet Stoots Jerry Stools Howard Stults Edward Sulllvan John Sulllvan Tom Summers Tom Swayzee Charles Teague ' 1 I , , , I I ' I . , " I , I . , , , , I . T I . I I ' , , , , l I . , , , , , , l I I . I I - fl I I . , , R T I I . , , Gene Scott, Suzanne , , , - I . I . I I ' , , , , J T I , , , , , Cl , . W I I . , I . , , I . , Q I . . 5 I , , , freshmen ROW l-Janet Thomas, Dan Thomson, Danny Thompson, Larry Thomp- son, Gary Tower, Coro- lyn Tungote, Phyllis Tur- ner, John Tyner, Sue Ty- ner ROW 2-Billy Upchurch, Lynn Upchurch, Sharon Vaught, Maude Viars, Regina Vincent, Wesley Vosburgh, Betty Walker, David Wallace, Kevin Wollen ROW 3-Shirley Wal- len, Douglas Walls, Mary Warren, Bill Weav- er, Dickie Webster, Phil Webster, Vesta West, Ronnie Wheeler, Carolyn White ROW 4-.lanel White, Greta Wiggins, Carole Williams, Fred Williams, Murvel Williams, Jack Wilson, Gerald Winning- ham, Marcia Winslow, Stuart Worl ROW 5-Genevieve York, Jane York, Ken- neth York, larry York, Donald Young, Herbert Zachary, Eugene Ziglar fu 33 '-T-il f ' L f L xr All freshmen students feel like slaves sometimes during their first year but freshmen Latin Club members are really slaves when Roman Banquet rolls around. l billy-Une - z, Fw? Q, 2 .4 , i" f I 3 f, ' , 1 in b, it 5 g Ji I v 'K K., I f " A 4 r Q' 1 ' ' ff! Q ., I Q Q M q xx 'f , I , , I ' i .. , 2 , 5 D I Q wb! 'n L "" M., ,X Q . x A - 3 All ' 'L . I 45" g i as ' Q. ,.-. Q A5 9 , '-4. QQ fs ff Q Q '3' ft? 5' " tml! E f, ff . it ,R ff fix fa: - S it fQ4',, A 95'-flied 4 x sports Standing room only . . . It's the same old story every game. While many of our opponents enioy spacious fieldhouses seat- ing approximately 5,000 fans, we file into our little "cracker box" with its 1,800 seats. Many adult fans stand at the door or are forced to listen to the games at home. .Nix ly-Th ree hard-hitting gridmen capture T Nixly-l"our six, New New New New New New New New New New SEASON RECORD CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe Indianapolis Muncie Marion Lafayette New Castle Richmond Anderson Kokomo Logansport Frankfort i4 Columbus 6 34 Hartt'd Cityi3 34 Jeffer'viIIe 6 14 Richmond 27 7 MiddIe'n,O.23 32 Frankfort 0 I9 Lafayette I4 7 Muncie 32 27 Connersville O O Kokomo 13 N.C.C. W. L. T. Tech 4 0 I 4 O i 4 1 0 3 2 O 2 3 0 2 2 I 2 3 O 2 4 i 2 4 O O 6 O rank fifth in north central conference Coach langan Hay and his assistants Marvin Wood and Robert Kirby guided the team to six wfns and four defeats. Keeping uniforms in good shape and doing various odd jobs are team managers, Bruce Batchfield, Dick Brain- ard, and Gene Lfvezey. Left to right, Row l-George Alcorn, Charles Smith, Garrett Frost, Chuck Wood, Jack Wallen, Roger Reeves, Dwight Toll man, Dick Waltmire, Terry Bunner, Ronnie Higgins, Fred Roberts, Jerry Henry, and Dick Joines. Row 2-Managers Bruce Batchtield, Gene Livezey and Dick Brainard. Row 3-Coach Kirby, Dick Alexander, Tim Rogan, Gerald Adkins Jack Reno Gerald Ayres, Bill Tallman, Mike Odom, Don Sampley, Jim Shepherd, Jack Razor, Jim Worthington, Gene Bailey, Mike Fallon, Ronnie DeCoursey and Coach Hay. ti -fir le to rghl Row I Tom Swayzee Wesley Vosburgh Tom Summers Roy Russell Phll Burton La ry Mascngale Willard New Roderlck Crnss Herb Zachary l.arry Marsh Row 2 Fred Wullams Doug Walls Bruce Humes James Bush Gary Marcum Charles Teague Leon Phelps Larry Hedrlck John McLaughlin Stuart Worl Coach Marvm Wood In Bus Phll Lrve zey Max Bokma Fred Over Make McGlll Jack Blevms Allen Duvall New New New New New Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Sixty S'1x SEASON RECORD McKmley Anderson Rushvrlle Connersvllle Anderson yearllngs galn experience I had a lot of fun wtth football says freshman coach Marvm Wood who coached that sport for the frrst tlme thus year A boy can t be afraid If he s going to play football rt s a very aggressive game Robert Furbee took over for Coach Wood after basketball practice began and coached the team for Its ftnal game Although the boys won only one game out of flve they looked like good varstty maternal Tom Sway zee showed promlse at quarterback with a good run mng and passing attack Others who were outstand mg on offense were Tom Summers at fullback, We ley Vosburgh fullback Max Bokma end, .llm Bush tackle .lack Blevins guard Doug Walls end, and Gary Mar cum center Handling defensive duties well were Charles Teague, Leon Phelps, Pete Zachery, and Larry Marsh fl f , - , , , , ' , r , ' , ' ' , , . - 'f , , ' , , I I I . 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' Although hampered wuth unuurues all season the Trouans came out on top by wunnung sux games and losung four They outscored theur ruvals by 54 pounts for a total of l88 to theur opponent l34 Dwught Tallman a mentuon for the All Amerucan hugh school foouball team as a tackle was one of the maun plugs of the successful team Play by Herby Mereduth Bud Frost and Terry Bunner also hugh lughted the season Replacung Jack Razor who was unuured Mereduth quarterback made a fune showung agaunst Muddletown Ohuo Frost un Razors absence led the team to a vuctory over Lafayette He was assusted by Terry Bunner who ran a touchdown un the last twenty seconds of the game to edge the Broncos I9 to I4 fourteen senuors leave umpressuve record Coach Langan Hay wull have many gaps to full next year as he lost fourteen senuors Replacements must be found for George Alcorn Terry Bunner Garrett Frost Dwught Tallman Ronnue Hugguns Ruchard Jounes Herby Mereduth Jack Wallen Duck Waltmure and Chuck Wood Next year Coach Hay who wull have to start from the bottom and buuld up wull have several promusung underclassmen on whom to rely Among these are uunuors Gene Barley and Muke Fallon at halfback and Jack Razor furst strung quarterback Sophomores are Bull Tallman Jum Worthungton Ronnue DeCoursey Jack Reno Tum Rogan and Gerald Ayres Many of thus year s freshman squad probably wull see much actuon next fall The team of the future looks small but Mr Hay wull have boys wuth lots of deter munatuon uxlu I 3' . I . . L I I I - . . I . I I I - , , , . 0 o 0 7, X . . I I I Jerry Henry, Roger Reeves, Fred Roberts, Charles Smith, . I . . . I . . I , , , , , , I . . . , , , I I ' 1 - ' .V -in 'ru l ALCORN George drdnt see a lot of actron thrs year but he always drd hrs best Hrs team sprrrt and farthful attendance at practrce were a chal REEVES Roger played end durrng hrs senror year and recerved confer ence and all state men tron A co captarn of the team he rs regarded as a great college prospect Sixty Eight BUNNER Terry wrth hrs speedy and trrcky run nrng arded the team to vrctorres He was always the last to get dressed but was a hustler and ROBERTS Fred at an end posrtron recerved conference and all state mention He was a good man on defense when rt came to stopprng the op posrtron ,hard hrttrng varsrty excels F R 0 S T Frosty werghed only 98 pounds when he reported for football as a freshman In hrs senror year started at quarterback or co captarn SMITH Smrtty played as a freshman and agam came out hrs senror year to play frrst strrng tackle Charles was a valuable man on both offensive and defensive play HENRY Jerry was start rng center hrs senror year after two years as a sub strtute He was great at the center spot and he was a tough lrnebacker TALLMAN Dwrght one of lndrana s brggest foot ball players wa name' on the all state second team and recerved All Amerrcan mentron A col lege football career looks promrsrng for Dwrght l l .3 0 0 o U I ' ll ll - - I .. - - 1 I ' . . . I he lenge to everyone. spirit builder on the field. haI.back and served as on defense. - - I - - I , - - a 1 . I S A I I - ' n Q ' - In splrlt and sportsmanshlp HIGGINS Ronme l though a semor played hrs flrst year of football and frlled a guard post hon Opponents recog nlzed hum as determmed fense W A L L E N Cannon Ball Wallen a semor was one of the few full game players He was furst strung fullback and always gained that need ed yardage JOINES Tany played three years of varslty a H was a e hustler and as a guard was always tough The enemy knew when they pounder WALTMIRE Duck a sen lor who In hrs flrst year out made the fzrst team played end or tackle He was a determmed ball player and always a hustler MEREDITH I-erby was bothered wlth ll'IlUl'IeS all season but stlll he was one of the best offensive backs In thus conference and one of the best thus WOOD Chuck was the smallest semor rn the front lme Small tough good are the words to descrlbe thus 30 p und g u a r d w h o played for four years RAZOR Jack a lumor quarterback with three years of experlence has an outstandlng athletic record In all sports and should have has best year WORTHINGTON Red was the only sophomore to see much action on the grldrron thus season He played end wrth courage determmatron and ever mcreasmg abrllty Sixty 'Nme O O I O T ' I G - J ' YI 1- : X 1 , ' ' ' ' b ll. e fin , ' ' , on both defense and of- were hif by this 200 school has ever seen. in '55, - . ' . I I I . . . . - . . I - . I . - O I . . I basketeers break even under .NPI F1111 ? Q3 1, 'f ' .W ....t....-v-...- i' 4 New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New SEASON'S RECORD Castle 66 Greenfield 56 Castle 48 Hartford City 47 Castle 64 Anderson 67 Castle 54 Richmond 41 Castle 38 Tech 62 Castle 54 Greensburg 52 overtime Castle 55 Columbus 7l BIG FOUR TOURNEY Castle 50 Logansport 45 Castle 65 Anderson 39 Castle 52 Frankfort 56 Castle 52 Richmond 47 Castle 62 Marion 53 Castle 53 Logansport 55 Castle 56 Muncie Burris 57 Castle 48 Rushville 5l double overtime Castle 45 Muncie Central 61 Castle 50 Lafayette 43 Castle 43 Anderson 46 Castle 39 Connersville 55 Castle 67 Kokomo 54 SECTIONAL TOURNEY Castle 48 Mooreland 34 Castle 44 Middletown 43 Castle 64 Knightstown 54 Castle 5l Lewisville 38 REGIONALS Castle 57 Richmond 70 new coach The New Castle Troian basketball team broke even this year under the guidance ofa new coach, Marvin Wood, who last year led the little town of Milan to the state championship. His Troians won ten games and lost ten games in regular season play but added prestige by winning the Big Four Tourney. They defeated Anderson in the afternoon game and came back in the night game to edge Logansport. The Men of Troy won their twenty-sixth sec- tional by downing Mooreland, Middletown, Knightstown, and Lewisville. They were defeated by Richmond in the afternoon game at the Muncie Regional. Coach Wood tried different com- binations for the starting five until the middle of the season when he settled on Dick Waltmire, Assistant Coach Walter O'Briem and head coach Marvin Wood concentrated an different tactics to stop their op- Dwight Tallman, Bill Richardson, and Fred Moifitt. P0f1ef1'S- Jack Razor, Herby Meredith, and Bobby Wiles alternated at the other guard position. Row 1-Charlie Thompson, Morrie Powers, Jack Razor, Kay Miller, Fred Maffitt, Herb Meredith, and Jerry Walden. Row 2-Coach Wood, Don Price, Bill Richardson, Dwight Tallman, Richard Waltmire, Terry Bunner, and Coach O'Brien. Sex cnty-One wit Leading the cheers to help the B-Team on to victory were Garry Anspach, Janet Knotts, and Linda Wimmer. Aiding the varsity to victories were Sylvia Cross, Virginia Miller, Janet McKechnie, and Carolyn Mae Hall. L N ' f gf ..-...Q Mic A CLVZQ 67 A if ,QWMVX morale builders keep spirits hig J Q I Q4 David Goodwin and Bill Rogers, basket- ball managers, were responsible for much of the team's spirit. They also saw thai' uniforms were in shape, kept the dressing room in order, and had the right uniform: in the right baskets. They kept track of all the baskcjballs, had water and towels ready for the players at time-out, and performed many other tasks which were important to teasn success. So that the coaches in each sport will have more time for coaching duties, Athletic Director, Horace Cook, with their advice, arranges the schedules, trans- portation, and meals, purchases equip- ment, and pays bills for all teams. Most people don't know it, but Mr. Cook is also ticket manager. As ticket man- ager he has two main iobs. First, he must sell season tickets for home and away games. Second, during tourney time he is in charge of distributing and selling those tickets. As soon as New Castle is out of one sport Mr. Cook starts planning 'for the next year. .1 li? working to win Columbus played one of its best games against the Trojans here last December with terrific rebounding and fine individual perform- ances from their starting guard Max Perry and their center Scholfield. Here Fred Moffitt eyes the basket while Herb Meredith and Kay Miller help battle for the rebound. The Trojans fought a losing battle, falling 57 to 70. The Troians played one of their better home games against Frankfort's Hot Dogs, working the ball around for sure shots. Unfortunately for the Troians, Frankfort played their best game as they hit .460 percent of their shots. Dick Walt- mire and Bill Richardson are shown fighting for the ball while Dwight Tallman waits for a pass. The Hot Dogs were really hot and defeated New Castle, 56 to 52. Muncie Central, with the same starting five which were runners-up in the state last year, defeated the Trojans, 45 to ol. The Troians played hard and never quit trying. Here, Harvey, Wiles, and Mukes proved themselves to be valuable varsity material as they played on even terms with Muncie in the last quarter of the game. Don Price is trying to set up a scor- ing play. Spirits always seemed brighter after a time- out when the team received encouragement from the coach and other players. During a time-out Coach Wood explained mistakes to each player and often got on his hands and knees to map out strategic plays to use against their opponents. These pep-sessions were iust what the team needed to keep them on the winning side. El 3 Row l-Ronnie Reeves, Jim Shepherd, Hath Harvey, Mike Dann, Jim Worthington, and Bob Wiles. Row 2-Bruce Batchfield, Phil Livezey. Row 3-Bud Fisher, Don Joyner, Bill Tallman, Mr. O'Brien, Chip Edwards, Tim Rogan, and Victor Mukes. b-team develops varsity material Under the guidance of new B-team coach Walter O'Brien, the New Castle Colts won nine games and lost nine. ln the Little Four tourney they lost to Anderson, 39 to 26, but came back in the consolation game to defeat Richmond, 4l to 34. Victor Mukes was one of the main sparks in the starting five. Hathaway Harvey and Bobby Wiles started the season with the Colts but were sent up to the varsity during the last part of the season where Wiles became one of the starting five. Possibilities for the varsity next year include Tim Rogan, Victor Mukes, Bill Tallman, Chip Edwards, Ronnie Reeves, and Morrie Powers. Serenty-Four New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New B-BASKETBALL TEAM RECORD CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasNe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Greenfield 26 Hartford City 22 Anderson 4l Richmond 42 Tech 40 Greensburg 47 Columbus 33 Frankfort 28 Richmond 26 overtime Marion 35 overtime Logansport 43 Burris 35 Rushville 30 Muncie 39 Lafayette Jeff 32 overtime Anderson 40 Connersville 24 Kokomo 36 overtime Tourney Anderson 42 Richmond 34 freshman squad learns fundamentals In hrs first year as freshman coach M Wulbur Veach gurded has team through an even season The lnttle Trolans won ten games and lost ten The freshmen dld well against every opponent conslderrng their poor practice facxl ltles Most of therr practrces were held rn the grade school gyms There werent any lndlvrdual players d clared Coach Veach All the boys played and learned more at each game He played nearly every player each game trylng to teach them the fundamentals t basketball Boys who were preparlng for future varsltles were George Hlnes Wesley church Phrl Webster Tom Swayzee Tom Sum mers Larry Marsh Herb Zachary Ronnle Reeves Ralph Rrddle Charles Bradshaw Mel vm Tyner Bruce Hlmes and John Mlllrkan New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe CasHe Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle e to ght Row Bob Cox Ralph Rrddle Phul Webster Tom Summers Larry Marsh John Mnlllkan Wesley Vosburgh Row 2 Bob Hlday Jack Blevrns Bruce Hrmes George H nes Charles Bradshaw Tom Swayzee Coach Veach Row 3 Herb Zachary Max Bokma Kent Krnert Bull Upchurch SEASON RECORD Connersvnlle Rushvrlle St Lawrence Anderson McKmley Blame Royerton Wilson lovertlmel Burris St Lawrence Wrlson Tourney Fort Wayne So McKmley Rushvllle Anderson Burris McKmley Connersvrlle Greenfreld Slde Nvunlr fue U I 19 ' s . 1 I r. 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I . . u 34 , 25 ' 34 ' L ft ri , 1- , ' , ' , , , RICHARDSON Bull as a sen lor was a good playmaker and developed an unusual lump shot Hrs defensive ma neuvers Improved each game saw actlon on both the varsuty and B teams He was a good defensave man and should be a help next year Sez entw Q11 MEREDITH Herb a sensor was a real scrapper and was a spmt bullder wlth has big smule He was at his best on defense but was also a good shot Improvement wutr- every game As reserve center he excelled at reboundlng and play making THOMPSON Charlle, a gun lor, was a good rebounder and a hard worker He developed an accurate hook shot as re serve center Ilmlted action bun was a spmt bullder for the team Hts en thuslasm was a challenge to the enttre squad WALDEN - Jerry, a junior, PRICE-Don, a senior, showed MILLER 1 Kay, 0 se,-,ion Sow MOFFITT Fred as a semor played guard and was a hard boy to stop on has two handed ps shot Fred ws a e termlned worker didn t see much actlon but had good splrlts and was a valu able man under the bank boards POWERS Morne a tumor saw actlon both with the vars tty and B team squads He was an offensive threat and a team player a team player wlth lots of hustle He was good on de fense and falr at offenslve ploy TALLMAN Dwrght a semor was the most Improved player on the team An excellent re bounder he also was one of the Ieadrng scorers :or was leading scorer rn the N C C One ofthe team s most Improved players he was an excellent rebounder rr he u h . a d - ' I I I BUNNER - Terry, as a senior, RAZOR - Jack, a iunior, was WALTMIRE - Dick, as a sen- 5' Prllv. '1 'Il grapplers send one to state The grapplers of N H S fought their way through another average year closrng the season with four wlns sux losses, and one tue Although weak as a team several seniors had successful years Fred Roberts undefeated In regular season matches qualufled for the state tournament and was defeated In his flrst match Gene Prlntz had an lmpressrve season wlnmng all dual matches but one At the sectlonal Fred Roberts won a second place, Gene Prlntz placed and Jack Kennedy took fourth places The Trolans flnlshed srxth In the confer ence and this was the flrst year for the team to place an entry un the state tournament Row l Estal Brenneman Larry Abrell James Gordon Jam Hines Gene Prmtz Chuck Wood Phll Alexander Row 2 Art McCorkle John Poynter Earl Wullunson Marvin Gre gory Duck Bralnard Jxm Johnson Kenny Bonnette Row 3 Coach Nlflts Arnold Hobbs . , . , - , , , third, and Estal Brenneman, James Gordon, Q.. Perfect form rs drsplayed by Jerry Chllds as he shows Bruce Koger how he keeps the ball In the farrway Both boys are veterars at the game and closed the season with excellent averages Childs averaged a 77 to Koqers 8l 2 The Trogan completed the sea or with an rmpresslve record of seven frrsts two seconds and one te The stu kmen massed qualifying for the state m et by one stroke The Trolans tied with Lafayette for fo rth place rn the conference The team was better In match play as most of the opposntlons polnts came through dual matches At right Jerry Chrlds putts out as Bud Walcott and Edwm Kelley approach the green rn a practlce game Coach Langan Hay expected the team to reach :ts peak thus year with champlon ship maternal llnksmen rank hugh In ncc Row l Jerry Ch lds Edwnn Kelley Bob Veach Bruce Koger and Lloyd Koger Row 2 Coach Hay Bob Wolcott Bull Tallmon Jnm Myers John Maher Mnke halls Edsel Wnnnnng ham Clifford Robert Hath Harvey and Bud Fusher Munn XIII . gf f . -ev '. s. . tx . . 51, x . 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' 1. , . 1 O Q O Q U O 1 1 1 1 1 A - 1 1 - 1 1 1 I 1 1 31 1 . l cindermen gain recognition, capture Lett to nght Row l Coach Bob Klrby .llm Worthmgton Herb Meredith Mark Weadlck Jay Coltman Jerry Swayzee Jack Reno Row 2 Coach Wnlbur Veach Gene Barley George Akers Jlm Shepherd Rlchard Jones Dallas Lunsford Garry Anspach Kay Muller Row 3 Ronnie DeCoursey Erlc May Donnie Tlchenor Terry Bunner Duck Waltmlre Chlp Edwards Tam Rogan Assistant Coach Wulbur Veach Kay Muller and Coach Bob Klrby take tlme out to dnscuss strategy for the next track meet Iwglm DfNAMlTE comes In small packages ts one way of descrublng last year s track team Although small ln slze and lack :ng In experience the team under the gundance of Coach Bob Klrby developed into an outstandmg unlt as far as depth wuthm the team Itself the cmdermen won the Frankfort Re lays and In doing so brought home the flrst mayor trophy a Trolan track team had won In 'fifteen years The thinly clads flmshed their outstanding season with an over all record of three frrsts three sec onds two thirds and a tenth place In an all North Central Conference meet They placed thurd In the sectnonal meet at Muncre wlth some thlrty schools par tlclpatang Because of poor track facrlutnes here most of the meets were held away but the boys worked hard under the leader ship of Coach Kurby and as the season progressed the thnnlues developed unto a smooth working and splrlted team 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 - tt s - 11 . . . Q , I I I I 1 1 . . . . -F 1 . I - 1 1 1 1 1X 1 . . . x f 'K n 1 Z - ,x . 1 1 relay trophy Success came early for the Trojans as they defeated Markleville and Spiceland in their first meet of the '54 season. Pictured here are Don Forbes lextreme leftl and Claude Kirk- patrick lsecond from rightl battling for top honors in the high hurdle event. Fans witnessed the setting of a new local track record as Cliff Seal of Markleville ran the mile in four minutes forty-two and seven- tenths seconds, cutting three and five-tenths seconds off the old record. Several newcomers showed much talent in their first competition. Harold Luellen cap- tured both the one-hundred and two-hundred yard dashes and Joe Grider tossed the shot- put forty-two feet two and one-half inches. UP, UP AND OVER. Kay Miller shows Assistant Coach Jim Carter and Ronnie De- Coursey how he approaches the cross-bar in preparation for the big leap. After two years of constant work, Miller hit pay dirt and at the end of the season found himself com- peting in the state finals at Indianapolis. Although he didn't win the finals, he estab- lished a fine name for himself in the North Central Conference. Much credit must be given to Perry Acker and Joe Grider who acted as co-captains for the team. Both boys had good years, especially Grider who competed in the Regionals at Tech of Indianapolis. "TAKE TEN" is a welcomed phrase to any Troian trackman. The rest period gives the coach time to talk with Harvey Bowsman and Richard Alexander, managers of the team. High hopes were held for another good team this year as only six seniors graduated at the close of the '54 season. They were Perry Acker, Joe Grider, Harold Luellen, George Smith, Glenn Wilkinson, and Paul Davis. Jerry Swayzee found himself as a pole- vaulter in his first year as a thinly-clad and at the close of the season had developed greatly. Two underclassmen who were in the limelight this spring were Chip Edwards and Jack Razor. .vhs Q 8 . lfighh-lhi R st week hitting, costly errors ps- l f ""?'ir N ,se If left to right, Row l-Manager Billy Rogers, Duane Farley, Morrie Powers, Frank Keith Bob Wiles, Gibby Dock, Manager David Goodwin. Row 2iKenny Wallace, John Day Benny Wolf, Fred Mollitt, Jim Wood, Dallas Sidwell, Bud Frost, Dick Slrukel. TEAM RECORD New Castle l Kokomo 4 New Castle 4 Frankfort New Castle l Logansport 4 New Castle 6 Hartford City New Castle 3 Tech 'll New Castle 5 Marion New Castle 4 Anderson 6 New Castle 3 Muncie Benny Wolf is out at tirst in the Dick Strukel takes his warm-up as Bobby Wiles l9l, .lim Muncie tilt. New Castle won, 3-0. Wood lll, and Morrie Powers U01 eye their oppositzon M MAL? 1 ri' fm 0,9-W' WW. ' N f 4. J-at ,Cf A ' - fr an up ,,,, 0 , -ep .a " 1, 1 , fc J ' "T f5:'g""'Qf--., ' 5 'v1'Pf-33,4 an ,f.'1,,jf ' '-va-. "'r'14,f f Q .ur-, , owl 1 G "g, 1 sf, n. 5 ,Ll f hold troian nine to three wins ITS A HIT' Morne Powers connects for a slngle In the Marlon game Powers was a threat to all conference pltchers and repeatedly came through In the punch The Trogans fell short of expectataons and completed the season with three wms and flve losses Poor hlttmg and costly errors stopped the Trolans short of several vlctorles Duck Strukel and Benny Wolf shared the mound dutles with some help from Don Van Matre late In the season Although Strukel and Wolf pitched excellent ball through the season they lacked support from thelr teammates Strukel had a one wm and two loss record and Wolf ended wlth two wms and three losses Although the Trolans lost fave of their elght games their opposltlon had to fight for every run they scored Of the fnve defeats the Trolans lost two 4 l games and two 6 4 games whlch as good baseball m anybody s game There s nothmg luke a hot game of pepper to work up a sweat' Fred Moffltt Duane Farley John Strukel s swmgmg bat When Strukel :sn t swung mg a bat he IS on the mound Hrs biggest vlctory was a three hut shut out over Muncie when New Castle defeated the Bearcats 3 0 Frank Kenh Fred Moffltt and Gabby Dock played great defensive ball and got thelr share of hlts Frank Kelth a sensor and a four letter man has played thrrd base for the varslty smce has freshman year John Day fllled the gap behlnd home plate and handled hrs pitchers very effrclently John a lunlor should be a valuable catcher thus year last years team lost Benny Wolf and Kenny Wallace as both boys were sensors Borrmg any mlsfortune the 55 ball club should have a better season thus year Day, and Gibby.Dock fight fdr the ball from Dick M if in ,AUG fm, Q 'M A 'A' . M- ",.4., , ,. 'Q 'H ..,A, , A , , W, V W ' , w ' f vm 1 ..,. , E vu ,W 1,5 it 4' ' W? s I i 5 Z . 2 A f ' A s v f 'gb Q' ' 3? 3 N V I za A A , kg W A my jg , U1 if .af ,E Q, . Q V K ,9 I . f J i J N W1 4, JAVA M3,Y,L ,HM V, f ,K 1 6 vu MXN, -,M f activities Presentation of the colors pre- ceded all convocations held at the gym, and this year we proud- ly purchased four new flags. With such a spirit we entered into all school projects and made the most of our many oppor- tunities. Eiulr I iaeger creates musical fantasy Eighty-51'x Q Z. ' -tn EE? E AA. "Festival in Rome" was the musical comedy production presented by the music department for the annual Crescendo Varieties. The story, words, and music were written by Richard Jaeger, vocal director at N.H.S. The plot revolved around two Ameri- can boys, Jack Phillips and Dave Ander- son, played by Bill Tatum and Billy Denny, who while spending their vacation in Rome suddenly came upon a group of ancient Romans. Jack fell in love with Nelia, or Margaret Anne Lane and Flav- ia, Nancy Bond, chased Dave but never quite caught him. Calpurnia and Julius Caesar played by Frances Burchett and Tom Preble added song and amusement to the plot as Nelia's mother and father. Tom Frost, the soothsayer knew that Bru- tus, Cassius, and Casca, or Larry Kennedy, Benny Dodd, and Monte Taylor, were really plotting to kill Caesar but no one paid attention to his warnings. Dave realized that something about these peo- ple was not as it should be, and the whole plot exploded when Jack discov- ered that the Romans were really movie people. He returned immediately to Amer- ica but couldn't find happiness with his American girl friend, Alice, or Sue Parker. To make the play end happily for every- one, Nelia followed Jack to America. Top picture-Casca, Cassius, and Brutus, the three gonspirators, plan the killing of Caesar. They arc, left to right, Benny Dodd, Monte Taylor, and Larry Kennedy. Bottom picture-Members ot the cast sing "Upon Apollo Square," one ot the original songs from Crescendo Varieties. audience chills to three-act whodunit Curtain going up-curtain going up on girls, girls, girls-to be exact "Nine Girls," the three act play presented by the Dramatics 3l class for the i954-55 production of Curtain Call. The play took place at a sorority club house in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains which had not been used for several years because a sorority girl had been murdered there. Susan Baker was the older sorority sister who told Sharon Ritchie, a new pledge, about the murder. Judy Day played the part of Mary, who murdered Nancy Stoops when she thought Nancy knew she had accidentally killed another girl. Joy Yockey as Sharon, the glamour girl, and Sally Wilson as Shotput, the nature girl, added comedy to the play. Eve or Madge Dishman was the one who finally discovered that Judy was the killer. Freida, Shirley, and Tennessee played by Gail Hern, Dianne Solida, and Kathy Gorman added interest to the play. The play was told in retrospect and directed by James Elrod, faculty adviser, with Edna Craig and Ruth Turner as student directors. Backstage crew members, awaiting cues for sound Working on the fireplace a part of the setting are effects are, left to right, Dick Lange, Peggy Shoemaker, louise Draper Sylvia Cross and Joanne Abshire The and Louise Draper. entire set was student kings and queens . . . flowers and frills . . . Eiglz I-Y-11.1-H111 Under a ceiling of brown, gold, and black crepe paper, Harvest Hop, the annual Thanksgiving dance, was sponsored by Hi-Y. Dancers swayed to the music of Phil Warrick and his band from Indiana University. The decorations of crepe paper streamers were arranged alternately across the ceiling, and large mobiles of modernistic leaves gave a check- erboard effect. The long-awaited hour arrived when Phil Bond crowned Queen Deanna Worl and presented her seven attendants, Marcia Winslow, Hilda Hay, Cheryl Van Buskirk, Louise Cooper, Carolyn Mae Hall, Nancy Bond, and Jodey Speers. The candidates were nominated, two from each class, by the Hi-Y boys. Every one who attended the dance was allowed to vote for one girl. "Key to my heart" was the theme of one of the most unusual dances ever given by Beta Tri-Hi-Y. Dancers entered the gym through a red heart to find it transformed into a mystic ballroom in shades of red, pink, and white gauzy net. The effect of red and white flow- ers created the backdrop which dom- inated one end of the room. Out- lined in the flowerlets were two small red hearts and a huge red heart with Heart's Hop spelled out in white. Climaxing the evening was the crowning of Queen Judy Neff and the presentation of her seven at- tendants, Leah Batchfield, Phyllis Rager, Carol Corbin, Carol Rea, Car- olyn Mae Hall, Sue Parker, and Sylvia Cross. The Queen was crowned with a white Carnation ban- deau by her escort, Darvin Planeaux, while Tommy Robbins' band played "Blue Moon," the Queen's favorite song. Q f K 1 -. 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X .. i4,Qfv " , , V, I V4 A. 4 , A 323 . -x ' 'ij , 5 , 2 yi J ' y -we-Q -ad I' 3 4 1 ., 1-' - ,., f ,' Q' + . 5, f H W, ,..u.aia..-A J, N , 2 V X' 1 G s 1 ,y -J - F, , J - 4 , " 1-v 13' - My M 5 "' . ' , -,.. - f, J, 4 sn, L ', is V , ' f"bf 1 Vi Z 2 . - . , , , ix V A ,F v ' -'iff'-f I9 --' if . A -' -f V, 35 . L, .3 MJ, ff I n ,W-4 A j x . L w H. 4- R V - 5 . I A , Mgy, ' excitement to our year They got the idca to dress in crazy costumes on the day of the ball game -to bring good luck, maybe? A 'float decorated by DECA, Stu- dent Council, and the art classes, led the parade of Chrysler Automobiles in the Chrysler Appreciation Week parade with .lodey Speers, "Miss lm- perial of l955," riding in honor. Highlighting the l955 basketball season was the winning and presen- tation of the New Year's Tourney trophy. The team, represented by Dwight Tallman and Freddie Moffitt, was happy to present the trophy to their new coach, Marvin Wood. nu S 1,5 igtlls Q s iff! X Q Jfudlfr in IQLJ X , our crowded school, our busy schedule Y ,fe Left to right, Row 'l-- Carol Corbin, Phyllis Roger, Deanna Worl, Louise Droper, Sara Hines. Row 2-Stuart Worl, Earla Griffith, Phyllis Black, Janet Trittschuh, Miss Frances Halberstadt, Duane Brammer, Carla Hinshaw Ronnie Mettert, Ruth Rains. Row 3-Judy Neff, Sylvia Haffner, Duane Farley, Rosemary Hurst, and Shirley Hopkins. Left to right, Shirley Hopk'n:, Stuart Worl, Rosemary Hurst, Sara Hines, Louise Draper, and Ruth Rains, iun- ior members of the staff, begin the tiresome iob of indexing the year- book. Suart Worl, an onlooker, was the student photographer for the ROSENNIAL. are now pages in our Six eager, unsuspecting iuniors ioined the 1954 ROSENNIAL staff during the spring se- mester last year. Little did they realize the work that went into the making of one year- book. First, they were errand runners for the senior members and then they were given the monotonous iob of indexing. The 1954 book was soon completed, the seniors were ready to graduate, and it was time for the iuniors to choose a theme and make preparations for their own book. "We're Bursting at the Seams" was the theme that seemed appropriate. Deanna Worl, Carla Hin- shaw, and Duane Brammer were chosen to be our editors and business manager and went to Journalism Institute at l.U. last July where they designed layouts and drew up a dummy book that received top honors. In September, six new members were added to the original staff and each was assigned a particular section of the book. Phyllis Rager immediately began work on the senior section, Sylvia Haffner had a struggle with underclassmen pictures, and Judy Neff, club editor, spent hours gathering information. Ronnie Mettert and Duane Farley were in charge of sports while Jan Trittschuh worked on the faculty section. The activities section belonged to Carol Corbin who also did the art work for the ROSENNIAL. Phyllis Black and Earla Grif- fith were in charge of ads and Stuart Worl was student photographer. Miss Frances Halberstadt, our adviser, spent hours working with the staff, getting the book into final form. At the beginning of the second semester, five iuniors were added and the cycle started over again. The errand running and indexing were turned over to Sara Hines, Louise Draper, Shirley Hopkins, Rosemary Hurst, and Ruth Rains. Finally in May our book was finished and on Class Day came the proud unveiling of the 1955 ROSENNIAL. Top picture- Phyllis Black, Carol Corbin, and Ronnie Mettert put up a large sign advertising the 1955 ROSENNlAl. Middle picture, left to right, Earla Griffith, Judy Neff, Sylvia Haffner, Phyllis Roger, Duane Brammer, Jan Trittschuh, and Duane Farley, begin the tedious iob of sorting underclassmen pictures. Bottom picture, left to right, Duane Brammer, busi- ness manager, Carla Hinshaw and Deanna Worl, editors, look over the dummy for the 1955 ROSENNIAL. book 42 .1 fl1t'f1-I'.fl If'I i'-.N im staff meets weekly deadlines FIRST SEMESTER STAFF-lef! lo right, Row 'l--Rebecca Nipp, Sara Hines, Carolyn Groves, Phyllis Riggs, Thelma Mayne, Marilyn Sloddard, Carolyn Mclane, Barbara Mi:- Daniel, and Miss Halbersladt. Row 2-Mr. Beguhn, Jim Walcolt, Deanne Slearnes, Donna Anderson, Mira Ash, Rosemary Hurst, Diane Murray, Paul Ray, Dick Slrukel, Row 3 1 Kenneth Bonnelle, Jack Rains, Albert Kendall, George Akers, Dick Joines, Gfbby Dock, Richard Jackson, John Day. SECOND SEMESTER STAFF-Lefl io right, Row l-Mr. Beguhn, Miss Halbersladl, Car- olyn Groves, Lorraine Fellers, Kay Chambers, Thelma Mayne, Marilyn Sloddard, Darrelle Grunden, Carolyn McLane, Carolyn Sweigarl. Row 2-Bill Fannin, Deanne Slearnes, Phyllis Riggs, Mira Ash, Paul Ray, John Day, Richard Jackson, Gibby Dock. Row 3 -Jim Walcotv, Stuart Worl, Dick Joines, .lack Rains, Albert Kendall, Bob Baker, Kenneth Bon- netle, Dick Slrukel. produces phoenlx for all Wheres my PHOENIX was the cry every Frlday afternoon as the school paper was dns trlbuted to the various rooms Preparatron for a newspaper started more than a week rn advance as the news and feature edntors made thelr assignments The edltors planned the layouts and the busmess staff worried about mall mg advertlsmg and finances Marllyn Stoddard and Thelma Mayne served as co editors both se mesters while Carolyn McLane handled the buss ness end ofthe paper Members of the first semester news staff were Barbara McDaniel, news edltor Deanne Stearnes assistant news editor, Rosemary Hurst feature edu tor Carolyn Groves asslstant feature edntor, Mara Ash club news, Rebecca Nlpp art Duck James, sports edntor and Jnm Walcott asslstant sports edttor The busuness staff consvsted of Donna An derson, clrculatlon manager, Shirley Hopkins, ad vertlsmg, Phyllis Riggs exchange editor and Duane Murray, assistant exchange editor Second semester members were Deanne Stearnes, news editor, Mira Ash, assistant news ed ltor, Barbara McDaniel feature editor Carolyn Swelgart assistant feature editor Darrelle Grun den, socnety edltor Duck Jolnes, sports edntor Jnm Students In study hall especnally enloyed the PHOENIX xv Left to rught Gulbert Dock and Paul Ray show edntors Marilyn Stoddard and Thelma Mayne how to print a school newspaper Walcott, assistant sports Kay Chambers, clrcula hon, Phyllls Rlggs exchange edltor Pattle Graffls assistant exchange editor Bll Fannin art, a d Carolyn Groves, advertnsung Carolyn McLane and Carolyn Groves are sellrng M each Frlday Under a new plan all students recelved Dann Nicholson at the Coca Cola Plant an ad for the the paper each week PHOENIX hllltft 0 .. 1 H 1 1 1 - . . 5 I 1 i . 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' ' -.N-l'It'll speakers entertain, discuss school events The gnvang of dramatlc mono logues, humorous monologues original oratlons poetry, oraton cal declamattons, and extempo raneous speeches IS a favorite extra currncular actlvuty for many students Throughout the year, out of town trups are taken to Howe Mllntary Academy Purdue Unlverslty Ball State, lndlana State Teachers College and But ler Unlverslty NHS has reason to be proud of :ts speech department for nt has brought back many awards This year Pat Kelsay won fnrst place un poetry readung at Ball State and the raduo drama receuved fnrst place honors wvth Ruth Rams named as the outstandmg radlo actress Row 'l Mr Elrod Miss Rucker Davld Flemxng Prtscllla Brandt Earla Griffith Anne Jennlngs Sabra Carmack Paula Garten Row 2 Jerry Frost Wanda Blackburn Charlotte Newby Jane Johnson Billy Hunter Row 3 Thor Semler David Juday Duane Selke Bonnie Logan Emily Carpenter Sylvia Haffner Hllda Hay Row 4 Milton Ashby Judy Day Loulse Draper Rosemary Hurst Joyce Hall Row 5 Bob Davis Paul Householder Carolyn Sweugart Marilyn Shepherd Sally Burch Cheryl VanBusklrk lmety Ezgllt S231 ' Debatnng grows more popular each Although In New Castle Hugh School lt IS a relatively new actvvlty the de bate teams are rapidly galnmg exper :ence Presentung both pro and con udeas on malor national problems gives these participants an understanding of con troverslal sublects which are Important nn every day lute Thus years debate questnon was Resolved that the Umted States should adopt a pollcy of tree trade to nations friendly to the Umted States Left to rlght Row l Barbara McDaniel Madge Dlshman Jan Trlttschuh Sue Baker Carolyn Swelgart Row 2 Mr Elrod Jerry Frost Ml ton Ashby Davud Juday Thor Semler Joe Hurst I I . , I I . 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I I T. sri, .virvhzvf year especially among underclassmen, ,F..,:1-A ' ' ' 1 a n 1 0 .4 I , ' . - . , , 'I- before Interested communlty audlence One senator four representatuves and frve alternates elected by the student body represented NHS at the Purdue Legnslature last December Bulls wrutten by the students were presented In com mnttees and submitted to the leglslatlve sesslons rn this mvmature mock sesslon of Congress Janet Trlttschuh was named one of the Assemblys top ten senators WYSN our cnty school FM statnon was on the air every school day Home football and basketball games were broadcast by student announcers and students planned and taped many of thenr own programs to rght Row Members ot the lunzor and sensor class elected to repre sent New Castle at Purdue were Judy Brown Rosemary Hurst Janet Truttschuh Kenny Tyner Row 2 Judy Neff Madge Dushman Phyllus Black and Lothalr Green Le to rnght Row l Mr Hanley Mnss Rucker Diane Knotts Phyllrs Black Earla Grufflth Jenny Muller Anne Tralnor Row 2 Duane Brammer Deanna Worl Linda Campbell Evelyn ll A171812 'lmc 0 0 0 I I 1 1 1 1 Left i , l -- . . . Q W H . I 1 A I . l . , . I . . , Armstrong, Juanita Ford. Row 3 1 Dick Lange, Kenny Tyner, Dwight Tallman, John Hanning. 0 v A ' K f 5. 7...- left to right, Row I--Bobby Flowers, Marcia Hodson, Nancy Bond, Jodey Speers, Madge Dishman, Kay Chambers, Emily Carpenter, Patty Harding, Joyce Hall, Margie Turner. Row 2 -Miss Rentchler, Mr. Longenecker, Mr. Redman, Gunars Putnins, Phil Bond, Stuart Worl, Bruce Himes, David Paul, Dick Joines, Don Tichenor, Jerry Troxell, Raymond Cooper. flag drive boosts school loyalty Dick Joines, chairman ofthe Student Council sticker drive, gives out Troian stickers to Raymond Cooper, O. T. Myers, Nancy Bond, and Jodey Speers. This was only one ol the Council's money making proiects. One ot the school's most outstanding activities is the Student Council led by Phil Bond, president, Gunars Putnins, vice-president, Jodey Speers, secretary, and Nancy Bond, treasurer. The members were elected in October and held their meetings the first and third Wednesday morning of every month. One of their many accomplishments during the year was the sponsoring and buying of four new flags for the high school. American, Indiana, Christian, and Troian flags were purchased from club and student donations. Student Council also sold Troian stickers and dis- tributed programs at the home basketball games. An- other money making proiect was a dance after a ball game. The playing of morning music on the P.A. before the school day began was another Student Council activity. This spring, under the direction of Mr. Redman, the Student Council started a "raise our school spirit" campaign to help the attitude of students toward school, teachers, and extra-curricular activities. Lett to right, Row 'I-M. Stoddard, N. Shock, A. Saylor, S. Hoosier, J. Adams, L. Robinson, Ruth Reese, D. Grunden, J. Neff, S. Wallen, J. Trittschuh, J. Norris, P. Graftis, T. Pavey, J. Wood, and J. Brown. Row 2--J. Wotring, G. Caldwell, L Hagerman, P. Maher, M. Harding, B. Flowers, l, Wimmer, V. Pleasant, W. Derbyshire, J. Jordan, and J. Curlett. Row 3- J. Kelsay, B. Tower, S. Parker, P. Nibarger, J. Wilt, P. Kelsay, V. Charlton, N. Bond, J. Beyer, R. Pleasant, L. Harding, D Bess, L. Green, and M. Odom. Row 4 - R. Waltmire, B. Dodd, J. Harry, B. Butterworth, D. Paul, M. Tyner, P. Bond, J. Eans K. Tyner, F. Eans, D. Gregory, J. Hurst, P. Ray, W. Parker, P. Hutchins, and J. Bledsoe. f musical perfection choristers' goal With more than fifty percent newcomers this year, the A Cappella Choir directed by Richard Jaeger, started slowly but completed the year at an exciting pace. They sang at Senior Vespers, performing the Christmas portion of "The Messiah" and gave a spring concert and convocation. Soloists with the choir were Jack Bledsoe, bass, John Beyer, baritone, Fred Eans, tenor, Pat Kelsay, alto, and Nancy Bond and Virginia Charlton, Sopranos. "All Creatures Now Are Merry Minded". . .. anyone passing Room 306 practically any eve- ning after school during January and February, was sure to hear twelve merry minded people practicing this particular madrigal number plus several others in preparation for their trip to Cleveland, Ohio, to appear at the Music Educa- tors National Conference. The Madrigal Singers were also invited to appear on WFIU-TV at Bloomington in May. Left to right, Row I- D. Bess, N. Bond, B. Butterworth, J. Wilt, F. Eans, V Pleasant. Row 2 - P. Kelsay, J, Beyer, J. Jordan, L. Green, S. Parker, D, Paul, Diane Selke, Julia Neff, and Judy Neff stand around Benny Dodd as he practices a number for one of the choirs. Une Hundnd Two Appearing in new pastel for- mals, members of the Girls Concert Choir experienced a busy year. The fifty-six voice choir presented three full con- certs each semester. Outstand- ing among these was the tra- ditional Easter Convocation held in the First Christian Church. The service opened with the processional of "The Gates of Heaven Are Open." A guest soloist was featured with the choir in "List! The Cherubic Host." Girls Concert Choir took part in the candy sales sponsored by the music department to earn money for tours, uniforms, and equipment. voices, strings lend melody to Lett to right Row l--M. Warner, P. Billings, B. Lacy, M. Kendall, J. Johnson, R. Forbes, M. Benson. Row 2-M. Sarten, C. Swim, M. Carter, A. Amburgey, S. Frazier, B. Rains, J. Warner, D. Slavin, Mr. Jaeger. Row 3-L. Barratt, M, Tower, D. Caldwell, B. Riley, J. Neff, S. Vaught, E. Carnes, J. Ballard, C. Weisse, B. Russell. Row 4-C. Williams, P. Cochran, D. Puckett, R. Surber, R. Hughes, J. Hall, J. Cheek, D. Williams, J. Taylor, D. Saylor. Row 5-M. Shepherd, B. Hardwick, J. Lucas, W. Black- burn, C. Cashdollar, M. Fox, D. Selke, M. Gribbons, G. Coffey, C. Garrard, P. Poole, C. Elmore, R. Hays, L. Stephens. Mauruce Worland durected the New Castle Hugh School orche tra and strung ensemble through an actuve season Besudes playung at Sunday concerts they provuded the background musuc for Curtaun Call Crescendo Varuetues Senuor Class Play Baccalaureate and Commencement The members of the orchestra and strung ensemble toured and performed at Greenfueld and Knughtstown un the sprung Another specual actuvuty was the performance un lnduancupolus for the lnduana State Teache s Conventuon Jim Myers Bull Klunger Sylvua Sumerly Barbara Sears Catherune Meece Joruuce B ll ond Lunda Boldock were members of the strung ensemble sunday concerts Members of the Gurls Concert Chour and or chestro perform at a Sunday afternoon concert o Row yers u Da M Ku kendu L Boldock C Meece Row hoop V Smuth W:rd'ow J Myers S Kramuen P Garten C McLane Fadaett Row rry osengcle M a eese Smo P Hou ehold Row 4 fl unuth L Tlt"le Mr , , e , Loft t uiglut, I-J. M , S, S'merly, I Putnnns J 1. Bell. 2-D. S , . ' , E. Sells, R I. V 3 - .l. Ha , L. M , 1, D:nny, v. Sf , '..a , . , .C ' Worlund B .tears Not pucturc Mayfueld NCI 'Mk J MQ CH A ,',.., s... 3 s,,,, JD. F 4? ij? ,J .1 , '.n.p-45.Q...A""' --I-' fl., " :J ,1..,uf 'L nerr.: y' I .bs--1 ij. ,mt-,r 2 l J hr. H ,,-' S ,y'1.J, -Q.. . .I 1 I.. a Nr' -1 I ..-er-'cfs 'f Pg ' '51 fl wil .....,,4.i .X s..ff.ef,, , 4 J 1 .... re- M.-A , ' J .er , A . I ., .W .. M .. .,, Lf ,J ka-.1 , jf L , A .fi Left to right, Row l-P. Rager, l. Land. Row 2-N Smith, C. Newby, P. McCormack, J. Dye, J. Denny, D. Simmons, E. Rains, B. Davis, R. Cox, S. Link, F. Cheshire. Row 3-J. Padgett, L. Campbell, C. Planeaux, J. Roberts, D. Reese, C. Riley, D. Stephens, J. Foust, C. McLane, Mr. Pressler. Row 4-B. Luellen, J. Neirinck, S. Anderson, P. Cox, J. Gustin, B. Abston, P. Garten. Row 5-H. Stults, G. Winningham, T. Sutton, S. Kramien, J. Cross, M. Allen, D. Williams, D. McKee, T. Stephens, E. Wilkinson. Row 6-G. Broyles, D. Thompson, J. Harry, M. Hall, B. Huntley, R. Wheeler, J. Crawford, J. Small. Row 7 -O, Myers, J. Catron, E. House, D. Crandall, B. Caldwell, L. Caldwell, L. Abrell. Row 8-J. Maher, T. Ricks, P. House- holder, T. Johnson, H. Catey, D. Thomson. Row 9-B. Stoops, G. Reece, H. Counseller. clever half-time shows delight fans Clever halftime routines, such as the black face minstrel show presented at the football game in Middletown, Ohio, were featured by the NHS band and maiorettes this year. They marched in the Ball State Homecoming parade at Muncie and also played and marched in the Millville Centennial Parade, the Halloween Parade, and the Chrysler Appreciation Week Parade. The band, directed by Bernard Pressler, held two concerts this year, one with the A Cappella Choir and the other with Harold Walters as guest conductor. Left to right, Row 'I - F. Cheshire, P. Rager, l. Land. Row 2 -C. Newby, N. J. Smith, and S. Link. Left to right, Row l-Gibson, Upchurch, Charlton, Funderburg, Osborne, Link, Murray, Tremain, Johnson, Gorman, Blunk Row 2-Covey, Upchurch, Brummett, Rush, Stoops, Meese, Winslow, Selke, Caldwell, Montgomery, Marsh. Row 3-Ram- sey, Hall, Bennett, Barkdull, Stout, Craig, Harris, Reno, Ash, Malkemus, Mclver. Row 4-Gregory, Brandt, Gerrard, Shock, Padgett, Hagerman, Fox, Wotring, Cooper, Wills, Toller. Row 5-Melton, Stephens, Stevens, Montgomery, Reed, Lee, Slavin Marcum, Graffis, Shockley, Sweigart. Row 6-Hay, Bowsman, Flowers, Waln, Lord, Shepherd, Whiteman, VanBuskirk, Turner Birch. Row 7-Poole, Neal, Neff, Barks, Davidson, Robinson, Carpenter, Jennings, Wiggins, Hardgrove, Davis. Row 8 - Baldock, Krausbauer, Baker, Harding, Brandt, Ballenger, Miller, Cash, Glasco, Derbyshire, Ritchie. Row 9 -Saylor, Huddleston Ocker, Tyner. rootin'-tootin' pepsfers back trojans The Macerettes were easily recog- nized at all the basketball games by their new green and white blouses and gay spirits. Besides spelling out various yells, they gave a special flashlight ceremony at one ball game. Bernard Pressler and a few mem- bers ofthe NHS band, known as B.O. and his Little Stinkers, skip and lump at many school affairs. They are eas- ily identified by their startling ap- pearance and always pep up the school spirit, Row l -Hall, Harry, Myers, Householder, X-AEM, Maher, Stephens, Land, Link, and Rager. Row 2 - Huntley, Wheeler, Thompson, Kramien, Mr. Pressler, Williams, Wilkinson, Denny, Cox, Davis, Simmons, Reece, Catey, and Cheshire. Um' llurnlrwl Hit' - . 13225 Q P Z 1 1 I 1 3 Q 2 2 5 h V, 'W' ig,'7'.,V- - 522, 3f,.,,.,,,,, ...Y ,Vp ,,4"zm..,,, ik l E "f My ,F 'S gk 'z,.f1,S, +1 R- gin, R+ ., ,H +, QQ, M++ A: 7+-5' ' M' 4r'311'w , JL H- ' -+++++-H-df .1,.x1'-1-fl--:bs-.pf ' ,Jf,,.A'+ ,gf 5.:,,,2u"f'-t-.rg M. clubs . . . With crepe paper streamers, elbow grease, and ingenuity, club members transform the fa- miliar hardwood court into a place of beauty. Every N.H.S. club sponsors at least one dance each year and many use the pro- ceeds for service proiects. One Hundred Seven blble club sponsors go to church sunday L to rlght Rowl Pavey rlllschuh McGmns Stearnes Armstrong Booher Dodd Flowers Bledsoe Brayton Mr Rusley Row 2 lnamlen Rams Day Waln Chambers Skarnells Flowers Clark Kelsay Pleasant Brown Charlton Mayne Row 3 Kendall Swnm Wardlow Smuth Warren Smuth Ellus Hay Wnlluams Gough Puerce Row 4 Watts Hodson Green Brrght Hacker Funderburg Toller Warren Adams Smut Flowers Smrth Row 5 Nrpp Pleasant Daggy Green Reyman ' X I eft , - 1 L 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - XV I 1 I I I I I I I I I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - '-' 1 1 1 . ., . . I I I I I I HI I ' I I I I V . 5 , 11 11 1 ' I I , . . ' wr ,fill Qou e Guest speakers and students presented a study ot the rellglons of the world at the regular meetings of Bible Club held each Wednesday after school Interested stu dents were lnvlted to attend many of the meetings where guest mlmsters explained the belxefs of dlfferent church denomsnatlons A GoTo Church Sunday was sponsored by the club on March 27 with all other clubs cooperatmg Cookue and candy sales after school on Frldays were a source of revenue for the club The members donated to the flag fund for the purchase of the Chrlstlan fag Offncers leadmg Brble Club thus year were Sarah Booher, presldent Jerry Flowers, vlce president, Evelyn Armstrong secretary and Jack Bledsoe treasurer Mr Hobart Rlsley and Mlss Lewelta Pogue were the sponsors of this club Um 111111411 I I 1 Sarah Booher sells caokles to a group of students ready to make thelr selectrons The cookue and candy sales were a regular Frnday actrvlty Members of Natlonal Honor Soclety were selected from the upper one thlrd of the lumor and sensor classes by faculty members on the basls of scholarshlp leader shup character, and servnce The students compuled the honor roll after each gradnng period and ushered at the music concerts The annual toy drlve for under prlvaleged children was held pre cedmg the Chrnstmas holudays and the an nual banquet for new members was held In March Flrst semester offlcers were Duane Bram mer president, Melvln Tompkins vlce pres: dent, Elalne Hodson secretary, and George Rlckert treasurer For the second semester the offlcers were Phyllns Black, presndent, secretary and Carla Hlnshaw treasurer Mnss Catherlne Ratcluffe was the sponsor Some of the Natnonal Honor Socoety members gather around the Christmas tree to vuslt with Santa lMelvln Tompkmsj Lett to rnght are Caro' Carbun Janet Truttschuh Santa Judy Brown and Duane Brammer santa vlslts honor society toy drlve Left to right Row 'l Hlnshaw Black Tompklns Rlckerl Brammer Hodson Row 2 Bond Mlss Ratcllffe Brown Kelscy Worl Nei Row 3 Beckett Hamm Um lllzmlrf ll XIII 1 I - , . I - , . Judy Brown, vice-president, Deanna Worl, : ' , - O I I C f. - , . n fl active in community programs Le to right Rowl Dodd Baker Trlttschuh Brown Booher McDantel Stephens Row 2 Mr Elrod Mnss Rucker Tyner Dnshman Black Knotts Yockey and Kelsay The officers of National Forensic League meet in Room 2ll to make plans for the Rostrum Romp dance sponsored by N FL Janet Trltt schuh Judy Brown Susan Baker and Benny Dodd are pictured left to right Clvlc programs were given by the mem gained their admittance unto the club through commumty service and by performing speech contests, thus earning the necessary points for membershup Degrees were given to the members ac cordlng to the number of polnts earned The highest degree gained In NFL IS that of Distinction, followed by lesser degrees of Excellence, Honor, and Member Janet Trlttschuh was the only member this year to achieve the degree of Distinction which requures 200 points Officers this year were Janet Truttschuh, president, Judy Brown, vice president, Susan Baker, secretary, and Benny Dodd treasurer Sponsors for the club were Miss Juanlta Rucker and Mr James Elrod One Hundred Ten O O O ft ' . - , . ' . , , ' , . - . . ' , , bers of the National Forensic League who . . . in Future Business Leaders of Amerlca or FBLA sponsored the Business Bounce be fore Thanksgrvlng vacatton A feature of the dance was the guessnng of the mystery person .loe Hurst by Kay Brown At the begrnmng of each semester the club held a formal lnltlatlon for all students who washed to porn the organlzatlon Among other prolects of the club were the typmg contest the hlke to Memorlal Park and the bake sale ln the sprung the annual sensor party was held and an award was grven to the outstandrng member of FBLA Officers serving the club were Don Dud ley president Joyce Jones vice presrdent Peggy Muller secretary Cleta Morgan treasurer and Sue Tremarn reporter 9- Q... Ilene Land Don Dudley and Sue rremann left to rrght plan the newsletter which the FB LA members put out at the end of each semester The gurls type whale Don grves suggestnons business club promotes keyboard race Le to rrght Row l Baldock Burgan Jones Muller Morgan Tremann Land Charlton Mrs Blshop Row 2 Blackburn Mal kemus Broyles Thomas Anderson Toller Upchurch Owens Davls Mnss Brooker Row 3 Brownnng Brown Jordan Malcom Hull Asberry Johnson Funderburg Smuth Warren Kramnen Mrs Fleet Row 4 Burns Troxell Maze Rust Wood Hannlng May Baker Rouse Mlss Hall Um Humlrul 'I 1 , . .. I I - B . . +11 I , ' . .. . L. , 1 . - , , 1 , O ' ' ALCLJII Erlc May Paul Hutchins Melvun tompkms and George Rucker! meet rn the lubrary to make the ftnal selection for the orchestra for the Best Girl Dlnner Dance The dance IS held followung the dmner at whlch the club entertauns theur tavortte gurls Actlvltles for the HI Y boys began with the party for the pledges and thelr dates whlch was held at the Moose dlnlng room after the new members were lnttlated In October November brought Harvest Hop the annual Homecomnng dance held durung Thanksglvmg vacation Selling concesstons at the football games also kept the members busy durlng the fall months The boys gave a dmner tn honor of thenr parents In February and entertained their dates at Best Glrl Banquet held In April at the Hotel Roberts nn Muncle Offncers leadmg the club were Phnl Bond, president Jerry Harry, vlce presldent Darvm Planeaux secretary Marsee Beckett treas urer Kenny Tyner, chaplain and Gene Jack on sergeant at arms Mr Francus Reed and Mr Ralph Locke were the sponsors for the club banquets, dances accentuate hu-yls year Left to right Rowl Mr Locke Mr Reed Hamm Tyner Bond Harry Planeaux Beckett Rlckert Swayzee Row 2 Tallman Meredlth Alexander Aaron Schroth Cooper Mottltt Troxell Muller Jolnes Row 3 Burns Pierson Darling Roberts Hunter Adklns Slmmons Parts Childs Parker Row 4 Pope Rngney Wheeler Mettert Davls Parker May Maher Householder Hard :ng Row 5 Farley Wood Catey Lange Medalen Weadlck Cole McElroy Ttchenor Edwards Row 6 Barratt Reese Reece Denny Hall Brammer Adams Myers Hutchins Row 7 Rogers Goodwln Jones Tompkins Burgner Walcott Hn' Hundred Tu elz L 1 K . . I ' a 1 I 1 . . . , gf . . . I ' I I I I ' I I s , - - . . ' I I v ' I I I I I -- ' I ' I I V I I I I . I ' l I I I I I I ' I I . I . - 7 I I I ' I I I I I I I ' T I I I I I I I I I I I ' . I 'T I I I I I U I I I t I 1 T I I I I I I I I I ' T I . I I . I I ' deco, questers record busy Participation in Chrysler Ap- preciation Week last Novem- ber highlighted activities of the Distributive Education Club of America, better known as DECA. They helped construct the high school float and crowned Miss '55 at their Chrysler Crystal Ball. Officers for the year were Sarah Craft, president, Lor- raine Fellers, vice-president, Kevin W o r l a n d, treasurer, Joyce Young, secretary, Fred Eans, historian, and Omer Auxier, sergeant-at-arms. Left to right, Row l-Worland, Auxier, Eans, Craft, Young, Fellers, Row 2- Rains, McConnell, Johnson, Holtzel, Wal- cott, Alexander, Wallen, Smith. Row 3 - Burgan, Jones, Ayres, Hoel, Nuckols, Ac- rey, Tinkle, Long, Turner. Row 4 - Stout, Raley, McCaslin, Smith. Members of Questers Hi-Y pre- sented a gift to the Courier-Times Christmas Fund and helped to pur- chase the Christian flag for the school. The club also cooperated with the ROSENNIAL staff by selling plastic Trojan pillows at the foot- ball games. Mike Dann and Jack Reno served as presidents, Bob Row, vice-presi- dent, O. T. Myers, secretary, Bob McCartt, treasurer, Bud Ayres, sergeant-at-arms, and Gene Bailey, chaplain. Mr. Robert Smith and Mr. Thomas Bowers were sponsors. Left to right, Row l-Mr. Bowers, Baker, Myers, Shepherd, Dann, McCartt, Crandall, Row. Row 2 - Harvey, Pope, Wilhelm, Worl, Bess, Wright, Sum- mers, Small. Row 3 -Anspach, Goodwin, Lunsford, Fisher, Bailey, Swayzee, Ayres, Shirk. Row 4- Boyd, Hiday, Lane, Kinert, Cleveland, Himes, Stoops, and Murray. schedule Um' llumfrwl T,1lifIf't'll Let to rught Rowl Bavender Newby McClain Hodson Whuteman Hall Sweugart uurner Burch Wotrung Shockley Row 2 Cashdollar Reuter Graffus Brandt Jordan Blackburn VanBuskurk Shepherd Hardung Flowers Meece Row 3 Bauley Shortrudge Lucas Sears Turner Wulluams Rutchue Car nder Brandt Lovely Davudson Row 4 Roberts Wulluams Crum Conway Frazuer Massengale McMullen Baldock Anderson Robunson Baker Neff Row 5 Wunslow Barks Neal Muller Burgess Bouslog Planeaux Selke Hay Burch Krausbauer Wugguns l teen-age problems are alpha's study Alpha gurls often presented skuts at the meetungs ullustratung problems whuch confront teen age gurls Barbara Brandt Lunda Davudson Julua Neff and Marulyn Shockley are dressed for one of the skuts Kneelung are Carolyn Sweugart and Jane Wotrung Une Hunudre d P uuurtu ru Members of Alpha Tru Hu Y trued to um prove theur school relatuonshups and home actuvutues by presentung skuts revealung theur problems Guest speakers also gave theur udeas to the members at theur regular meet ungs on Tuesday evenungs Actuvutues for the club uncluded sellung concessuons at the basketball games and h vung bake sales The organuzatuon donated to the school flag fund and pre pared baskets of food for needy famulues at Thanksguvung tume Offucers leadung these freshmen and sophomore gurls were Joyce Hall presudent, Judy Whuteman, vuce presudent, Marua Hod son, secretary, Sally Burch, treasurer, Margue Turner, chaplaun, and Carolyn Sweugart, sergeant at arms Muss Helen Rupley spon sored the group Selllng concessions at the basketball games entertatnlng the athletes at Letter mans Banquet and honortng parents at the Ma Pa and Me dlnner were among the larger prolects of Beta Trl Ht Y Other actlvatles Included preparatnon of the Thanksgrvlng baskets for needy famllles, the presentatlon of new draperles to the canteen as a gft of Beta the Football Sweetheart dance and the annual lnformal Valentlnes Dance where the Hearts Hop Queen was crowned Judy Neff was elected president Leah Batchfleld vlce presrdent Carol Corbln, secretary Ilene Land treasurer Kathy Gor man chaplain, Carla Hrnshaw sergeant at arms and Lodema Bergln, hlstorlan Mrs Mary Rlckert was the sponsor Carol Corbln watches as Sandra Kramlen and Carol Rea hang the drapes whuch Beta presented to the canteen Also new In the canteen are the paint rob and luke box beta brightens canteen with orlglnal cleslgns Le to rlght Row I Corbln Hlnshaw Mrs Rlckert Bergln Bouslog Neff Batchfleld Gorman Land Hoosler Charlton Muller Row 2 Holtzel Alexander Kelsay Stoddard Johnson Johnson Trlttschuh Lunk Knotts Walcott Roger Black Row 3 Worl Hern Parker Solldc Cheek Wilson Curlett Speers Haffner Tramor Tower Sumerly Grlftuth Row 4 McConnell Tremann Carter Caldwell Hlnes Muller Lockrldge Craft Warner Wood Nupp Elmore Row 5 Rush Brummett Knotts Adams Groves Hagerty Wrlt Saylor Shepperd North Puckett Reno Row 6 Upchurch McKechnIe Murray Stoops Rea Stout Crass Hall Crang Henry Bennett Schroth Wallen Row 7 Kramuen Soots Smlth White Rntchue Sears Clearwater Brown Clark Caldwell Brayton and Hays lint llum ru ztlwrz 1 , . 1 1 , I I I - . . I I - I I I I I I - , . . , ,.,,.,,,,,,. - , s.p.q.r. restores roman traditions Left to rnght Row l Armstrong Beguhn Stoddard Pleasant Skarnells Slmerly Brown Hutchins Mlss Hodson Brayton Row McCarthy Hlnes Hagerty Carter McClaln Hodson Graltls Whiteman Jordan Ellns Hunshaw Row 3 Lovely Burgess Campbell Smuth Ballard Shepherd Hodson Bowsman North Putnnns Carender Row 4 McGlnnls Stearnes Hunter Yockey Elwood Brock Meece Planeaux Ramsey Davls Watt Ocker Row 5 Paul Goodwin Draper McDanlel Padgett Adams Johnson Fisher Harvey Beckett Row 6 Barratt Rogers Webster Bess Cooper Rlckert Bond Brammer Planeaux Hamm Joe Barratt crowned Judy Brown queen of the Latln Club Roman Banquet Kung Paul Hutchins watches the ceremony as do Benny Dodd and Darvln Planeaux Hughltghtlng the year s actlvntles for Latrn Club was the Roman Banquet held In De cember The toga clad N H S Romans were served thelr evening meal by freshmen slaves and Judy Brown and Paul Hutchlns were crowned Queen Juno and Kung Juplter At each meetlng of Senatus Populusque Romanus or S P Q R, speclal programs were LJ planned Contests of bingo played an Latun, and quuzzes on Greek characters were typ: cal club programs The officers leading thus orgamzatton were Judy Brown, president, Paul Hutchtns vlce presldent, Sylvia Slmerly secretary, Benny Dodd treasurer, and Nora Skarnells, hlstornan Mass Mabel Hodson was the club sponsor One Hundred S1 xteen t 1 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - -' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . , . . . 1 - t . . . 11 1 1 1 , Q , 1 g . Q 1 ,f ' ! . 1 1 3 I f 42 5 . - . - . . 1 g I f 2? , Q J 1 415 1 img lic ' '- A Caroling in Spanish and making candy filled Pinatas as a Christmas gift for N H S teachers were holiday prolects of the Span ish Club Speakers who had traveled in Mexico and Spain were guests at several club meet ings and in February the group sponsored an illustrated lecture open to the public on the Pan American Highway Members also presented a chapel program over the PA and in May held their annual banquet Officers fulfilling their du ies to os Amigos de Espanol were Earla Griffith president Carolyn Groves vice president Morgan Hunter treasurer Phy lis B ack, secretary Joan Browning, reporter, and Joyce Wilt chaplain Miss Lewelta Pogue served as the sponsor Members of Spanish Club met in the choir room to rehearse Christmas songs Warming up their vocal cords were Joan Browning Drew Stephens Susie Sears and O T Myers with Joyce Wilt at the piano spanish club treats teachers Hagerty Ritchie Stearnes Beguhn Griffith Reuter Bailey Row 3 Slettvet Newby Sears Smith Thomas Humphries shire Shoemaker Row 4 Johnson Thompson Cox Denny Myers Boyd Worl A.. My g,,c One Hundred Ser enleen A 4 . . ' ' ' ' rr . I . I - ' ' w ' Il' . . . s C ' . L' . . f . . . . t. L . . . I i 1 ' f , 1 l l 7 i i l 1 ' ' 0 Left to right, Row 'I - Sullivan, McMullan, Trittschuh, Wilt, Black, Griffith, Hunter, Groves, Browning. Row 2-Hoosier, Meese, , ' ', , , ' ' , , ' - - , , , ' . , ' . Ab- , t , A 1 7... . ' ' r' i wa .5 '-91 , , i y J , i -5 ,. ' 4 -f ' .A , V I I I Lef to rrght Rowl Shock Benson Abston Reuter Hardrng Shepherd Jordan Wotrung Shockley Kung Hagerman Bollen ger Row 2 Carter Blackburn Mundell Turner Swelgart Hodson Burch VanBusklrk Hall Graffus Whlteman Row 3 Lovely McCarthy Vaught Krausbauer Bavender Waln Bouslog Stools Muller Neal Baldock Wlgglns Row 4 Mrs Sanders Ocker Balph Hunter Wollen Arthur Neff Crum Anderson Coshdollar Brandt Row 5 Cooper Garrard White Rnckard Carpenter Jennings Poole Gustun Kelsay Slavln Saylor Row 6 Burch Planeaux Wrnslow Selke Massengale lumor sunshine dolls up for mothers The members of Junlor SunShlne Soclety presented a style show for the Mother Daughter Dessert Party Shown left to rlght preparing forthe show are Julla Neff Janel Stools and Anne Jennlngs Une Hlnulred Ezglttccn One of the largest orgamzatlons m N H S Junlor SunShlne Society has a mem bershlp of freshmen and sophomores only Whule thus organnzatlon ns mainly a servuce club It also sponsors many socual actuvutles Malor events for the club Included the Mother Daughter Dessert party at which the gurls presented a style show drsplaylng the latest In gurls fashuons Cooperatmg wrth Sensor SunShrne the members popped and sold popcorn at basketball and football games Officers were Jane Jordan, presldent Sarah Reuter, vlce presudent Marllyn Shep herd, recordlng secretary, Mary Hardung correspondmg secretary, Marllyn Shockley treasurer, Jane Wotrlng chaplain, and Vonda King, sergeant at arms Mrs Mar garet Sanders was club sponsor l Y , - , , , , , , , , , , . - - - , ,,,,, , , , , . - , ,,,, , , , , - - . , , , , ,,,,,. - , , , , . 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I I ,, Every month was a busy month for the gurls ln Sensor SunShlne Socuety November brought the chlll and theater party The Faculty Tea and Snowball Dance cllmaxed the month of December whlle Dad Daughter Date Night hlghllghted the month of Feb ruary Aprll was ushered In by the Ideal Ladys Party and May completed the year wlth the party honoring sensor members of the club As a glft to the school the members of thus upperclassmen organlzatlon presented a record player for classroom use Officers for the year were Judy Curlett president Sylvia Cross, vlce president Carol Rea, recording secretary Phyllis Rager treasurer, Leah Batchfleld chaplaln and Edna Cralg sergeant at arms Mlss Joyce Hendrucks led thus group Sampling the chuln wh ch the committee prepared for the chill theater party of Sensor SunShvne Society are from left to rught Sylvla Cross Judy Curlett Edna Craig Carol Rea Mlss Hen drncks and Phyllis Rager record player IS senior sunshlnes gift Lef to rlght Rowl Elmore Hines Mlss Hendrncks Rea Walcott Roger Curlett Cross Cralg Llnk Brown Speers Harris Row 2 Hall Rush Carter Batchfleld Black Grlfflth Wilson Adams Tower Puckett Taller North Row 3 Hall Stoops Melton Charlton Knotts Wnmmer Adams Kelsay Stoddard Rlley Benson Brayton Row4 Corbln Bouslog Tralnor Knotts Stout Worl Soo! Cl t S th B Clark Wllt Padgett Grunden Bond Sollda Hinshaw Cheek Row 6 Wnlls Murray Maher Barker Anderson Draper Hoo sler Hurst McLane Johnson Gorman Bergln Row 7 Hern Johnson Alexander E-5.1 Um llumlred W znvteen I , I I I i ' i I I ' I I I ' ' . . . . I . . I I A I I - , . O O I I O Y ' I - , ' I ' ' , , , , I . ' . ' I I , ' . i I I I t I I V I ' I I I I I ' 7 I I I I I ' I I I I l I I - Q-' U I I . I I , , s, earwa er, mi , rown, Pleasant, Simerly, Trittschuh, Haffner. Row 5 -Neff, Groves, White, Campbell, I I I I I I ' I . I - T . I I I I I I ' . I I I I I A I T I I - . A, - M , , f i I F X ' I 'L 'Y ' . A JN 6 - , I 'V " L' ' eg? . ' f-'Z FHA and FFA cooperated IR guvung partles and Kay Hull Janet Marcum and Calvun Yockey meet on the porch before gomg to a Chrlstmas party The boys and gurls also had square dances and box suppers durung the year Members of the Future Homemakers of Amenca served coffee and donuts every Tuesday and Thursday evening to adults attendnng mght classes Pat Kelsey was crowned queen of the club s Peppermlnt Twurl held In March Club member also cooperated with FFA and Machunust Club In glvlng box suppers and square dances To become a member of FH A a stu dent must have had one semester In a home economncs course The gurls dlrectlng the club were Pat Kelsay, president, Joy Yockey vlce pres: dent Joyce Kelsay, secretary Jean Warner treasurer Margne Warner, hlstorlan, Loret edltor, and Bessie Clearwater, reporter fha caters to evening classes Lett to right Row l Warner Kelsay Johnson Warner Johnson Garten Kelsay Yockey Kramuen Grunden Troxell Row 2 Miss Ellar Muss Guymon Moss Webb Mrs Powell Sears Blackburn Raines Riley Evans Cooper Marcum Evans Row 3 Welsse Sells Clearwater Soots Brown Malcolm Hull Jordan Carender Rams Slavun Johnson Row 4 Acton Drablng New Dowell Tremaln Land Lewman Kung Carnes Hall Gorman l Une Hundred Tuenly 7 V X-,lf V ., 1 ' A I f L- . ,. W 5 ' . . . . . ., ' 1 1 , 5 . . 'G Johnson, parliamentarian, Sandra Kramien, . . . . . . ' . I ' , ' , . - ' I O C O O 6 I T I I . I I I I I I . I I ' i . I I I I I I l I I I . I . I ' T l l I I I D I I I l I I I ' Left to right Rowl Yockey Barnett Smoot Bond Grenner Brenneman Wnlkunson Mr Furbee Row 2 Denney Jones Moreland Duck Turner Wlnnmgham Benson Catron Ford Row 3 Razor VanDevender Kendall Van Matre Harrell Rogers Rogan Gold centennial float displays ffa work Among the many actlvltues of F FA, or Future Farmers of America, was the dlstrlct contest for the FFA Sweetheart Nancy Bond was chosen as the N H S representa tuve For the Mnllvnlle Centennial parade, the boys made a float wlth a dlsplay of thelr club work Members traveled to the dlstrlct and state meetings to partlclpate In speech, essay, and gudglng contests They also attended the state fair and many farm demonstrations Offlcers guudmg the group were Bob Smoot, president, Joe Gremer, vlce presldent Earl Wilkinson secretary, Estal Brenneman treasurer, Duck Jones reporter, and Calvm Yockey sentmel Mr Robert Furbee was the FFA leader The members of Future Farmers of America are shown as they prepared theur float for the Mullvnlle Centenmal parade The wagon hatched to the tractor displayed the work of FFA Um Ilumirfd Tzunll Um beginning iournalists edit first directory Left to right Rowl Derbyshire Davis Harding Graffis Chambers McGinnis Skarnelis Humphries Row 2 Miss Halberstadt Ricks Brandt Hoagland Selke Dudley Going through the files in the attendance office to find the correct spelling for students names Pat Graffss Arnold Dudley and Sheila McGin ms prepare the student directory for publication The Press Club members sold the directories to the student body was compiled by members of the Press Club and contained all names addresses tele phone numbers and grades of the high school staff and students Press Club is an organization for fresh men and sophomores mterested in preparing for work on the PHOENIX and ROSENNIAL staffs In cooperation with the ROSENNIAL staff they helped to conduct the Rosy sub scription drive and the members helped to collect special stories for the PHOENIX staff Each member was assigned a beat and col lected news stories from various teachers Officers for the year were Pat Graffis president Sheila McGinnis vice president and Tom Ricks secretary treasurer Miss Frances Halberstodt sponsored the orgamza tion One Hundred Twenty Tuo The first school directory in N.H.S. history Speedball gurls basketball soft ball horseshoe, golf and archery were some of the sports offered to members of Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon Awards were guven to the gurls for partucupatuon and tests of skull Shuelds chevrons and state plaques were the awards whuch the gurls earned Members also competed wuth out of town teams un volley ball and basketball The G A A offucers for the year were Sally Wulson presudent, Sandra Hoosuer, vuce presudent Joy Murray secretary, Nancy Anderson treasurer, and Sharon Stout sergeant at arms Sponsorung thus group were Muss Jan Flemung and Muss Members of the Gurls Athletuc Assocuatuon team prled unto Muss Jordan s car many tunues for out of town games Gettung for the trup are from left to rught Sharon Stout Margaret Bowsman Nancy Black Muss Jordan Elaune Neal Hulda Hay and Sally Wulson competutuon us keen un g.aa sports Left to rught Rowl Surber Hoosuer Anderson Stout Wulson Schroth Row 2 Hay Robunson Glasco Adams Bowsman Muller Flowers Muss Flemung Row 3 Hardwuck Wulluams Caldwell Rea Barker Stoats Bennett Neal Robunson Une llumfrful Yuunlu Tlzruu . . 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' I ' , , O O O I O O I I I I I I 1 'l I I I I I I I - T I I I I I I I I ' Lef to rrght Rowl Asberry Garten Hodson Semler Johnson Hodson Carender Jordan Row 2 Mrs Freshour Muss Rankm McClarn Gough Watt Beguhn Meadows Baker Row 3 Plerce Cardwell Reese and Reece sclence conventions attract lunlor elnstelns Betty Jane Gough and Bob Johnson stop to con gratulate Geoff Baker for hrs award for sclence achievement The three are members of Science Club and they took part nn the Purdue Academy of Sclence Members of Sclence Club prepared ex hlblts for their own Sclence Farr rn prepara hon for competltlon at the Regional Farr at Ball State They also attended the Academy Meeting at Earlham and the Purdue Sclence Academy where Geoff Baker recelved spe cial recognntlon for hrs study of the long eared owl Officers serving the flrst semester were Bob Johnson, presldent, Elaine Hodson, vice president Richard Pierce, secretary and Thor Semler, treasurer Elected the second semester were Thor Semler, president, Bob Johnson, vrce pres: dent, Larry Cardwell, secretary and Jrm Small, treasurer Sponsors for the group were Mass Mary Rankun and Mrs Freda Freshour One Hundred Twenty Four T , - , , , , . 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Members of Machinist Club planned parties in cooperation with F.F.A. and FHA which Included several square dances and box suppers For their sprung dance the club members made mnmature electroplated hammers whuch they sold for key chams To become a member of Machnmst Club a student must be enrolled In the vocational machlne trades class The purpose of the club IS to provude socual functlons for nts members and to en courage Interest In machune practice The offrcers chosen to serve both semesters thus year were Bull Flowers presudent Jerry Walden vnce presndent Alton Stone secretary and Raymond Dlcken treasurer Mr Hurley Jett was the club sponsor Some of the members ol Mochlnnst Club demonstrate the use ofthe metal cuttmg lathe Left to nght are Bull Lent: Herman Bennett Conley Zornes and Alton Stone machmlsts cleslgn electroplated hammers Le to rlght Rowl Gavin Ducken Fox Frazuer Pope Flowers Row 2 Stone Lantz Meese Mr Jett Walden Branham Bennett L 85 Um llumlred Tuenlx fue . . ., I I I i 1 ' I I I . . . 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Students know this oreo well as mony of them eot, shop, ond hold port- time iobs in local businesses. . 4 . Like Father, Like Son! Stu knows tailor-mode clothes fit better, look better, and wear better when made by- J. WARREN WORL 108 V2 Broad Phone 200 S. Worl The Rarest for the Fairest! You Get the BEST Selections Qi' COFFIN'S JEWELERS 1315 Broad Phone 242 D. Knotts L. Johnson The Easiest and Safest way to double your money is to save it at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1338 Broad Phone 31 S. Booher J. Acrey II Hundred Twenty-E1'g11l You'II tip your hat to the TOP HAT When You Discover Their Varied Menu! 2502 Broad Phone 1012 R. Rains S. Davi J. Wilson G. Boling V AY k J. Boling JOHN DEERE Can't You See You're Tops With Me? Your Admirer, Carolyn 403 Spring Phone 136 C. Mclane J. Hamm You'II Ride Like a King, When You Drive a NASH From CASTLE MOTOR CO. 2612 Broad Phone 339 M. Stoddard D. Caldwell M. Harvey M. Gregory Une Hundred Tuenty 'N e U llumlrwl HEY FELLAS! Can't turn her head? Don't give up hope, Stop and Shop at .. GOODWIN-POPE 1309 Broad Phone 213 P. Bond M . Hunte R. M Like football? Maybe baske1ball's your pet. Roger and Bill say You should get BLAND'S SPORTING GOODS 1411 Broad Phone 797 Don'1 be a 10:00 o'clock scholar! To be on time at work or play a clock bought at FlSCHEL'S may save The day. 1320 Broad Phone 485 S. Haynes G. T hirtv Hoop For Ilene, June is THE month! She Knows That MARY WOODBURY'S Has the Outfit for ANY Occasion 108 S. Main Phone 96 I. land S. Tremoin Shoes for dress! Shoes for play! Fit your pay! CLlFT'S SHOE STORE 1310 Broad Phone 899 Make Yourself Comfortable! The CENTURY PRESS has the music to put you, 'IN THE MOOD'! 212 S. Main Phone 517 G. Crowell Um' Humlrml Tl: rrlx -Um if l..Alll..!Ll'! 0 e Hundred Thirty-Two Joe, David, and Jeff Prefer TOM PETTY STUDIO Quality Photography! 'I322Vz Broad Phone 1372 For Efficient Service, with a grin, STOP at HOWARD'S DARI-INN where good food and good friends meet State Road 3 Phone 581 A. Kendall D. Stover J. Rig y W. Keesling PENNEY'S Always First Quality 1404 Brood Phone 649 A. Reese W. Burg T. Moyne RAMSEY says, "If an Oldsmobile you drive, you will realize It's Oldsmobile for '55!" 2450 Broad Phone 2594 P. Bla k To keep in style and look your best, visit the FASHION SHOP They'Il do the rest! 1313 Broad Phone 224 R. Hvrsl D. Holtzel Do you need ci helping hand? You'll find thot CITIZENS BLDG. 8. LOAN is just grond! 112 S. Main Phone 72 or 862 T. Swoyzee J. Swoyzee Printed or Plain? Pink or Blue? LLOYD BEALL hos iust the shirt for you! lThe price is iust right, too.l 'I300 Broad Phone 415 G. Frost R. Cooper L. Green 0 Hundred Thirty-Four Jerry says you never get rubbed the wrong way with HARRY'S APPLIANCES 204 S. Main Phone 997 .1 H y ls your head in the clouds? Shoes from the selection at SCHIFF'S SHOE STORE can put your feet there, too! 1337 Broad Phone 2441 JBId Do you need a Dairy Product? Ask your favorite grocer for MEADOW GOLD or call 2443 1615 Indiana Phone 2443 M. Fox 1.. Fox Unr Humlrml Thirty f Everyone Needs a Hobby! No matter what your hobbyg music, airplanes etc youll find your needs at WILSON BROS 1500 Grand Phone 6 4 P Judy and Sylvia want to say We thmk that dresses from TAPSCO'l'T S are the finest in every way' 214 S Main Phone 254 J. Curlett C. Corbin S. Simerly NEVER, No Never . . . Lose contact with your high school friends. You'll be able to keep in touch with them by reading the Courier-Times. THE COURIER-TIMES Sports - School News Local and World News M. Morris M. Hays E. Hoop g Hundred Thirty-.Six Of course, CLIFF PAYNE "Sells the graduation clothes." 1321 Brocd Phone 176 K. Miller J. Razor Upstairs or down- From head to toe- For all home needs, SEARS ls the place to go! 1416 Broad Phone 2580 A. Trainor P R g L. Bergin S. Link Arc You a Camera Bug? For thc finest in cameras, and the best in accessories just visit DENTON DRUGS 2C0 S. Main Phone 245 A. Brummett S. Wheeler Une' Hundrvd Thirty- ry-High: NOT THE EQUATOR, But the For the Best Snack in Town! 1102 Race Phone 152 K. Brown P. Hutch J. Nell G. Rick t S. Haftne F. Cheshire Planning to Settle Down? First Stop- FRANK'S For the Comfortable Furniture with the modern look! 1419 Broad Phone 328 When You See the '1955 FORD You'II Simply C R O W About If! 'I 126 Broad Phone 28 J. Triitsch h Young or Old, Large or Small, Claim CRIDER'S DRIVE - IN Best of All! State Road 3 Phone 320 B T ll J. M K h For the "BEST-EVER" ln lce Cream, Milk, and other Dairy Products - Try Us! 411 S. 15111 Phone 143 E. Kalk D. Dudley For the Tops In Pops The Place to Shop HORNEY S 1215 Race Phone 1884 h d Stepping into the future is a hard thing to do! Savings at the CITIZENS STATE BANK Will help pull you through! 1238 Broad Phone 54 l.. Balchfield M. Fallon 0 Hundred Forty The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach! UNGER-STAPLETON Have the answer to perfect cooking! 1514 Broad Phone 751 S. Hoosier J O b J. Alexander When Party Time comes 'round, You'Il want the prettiest gown! MORTON'S Has the best selection in town! 1304 Broad Phone 513 B. Bouslog L F II C, Hinshaw We Cast Our Vote For 'PRESIDENT' Not Washington - Lincoln - Eisenhower But the NEW 1955 STUDEBAKER at R U S T ' S MOTOR SALES STUDEBAKER-PACKARD 1529 Broad Phone 1211 D. Rust L B J A . cron Une llumlrrd Furry -0 WHEN YOU PLAN THAT DREAM HOUSE Put SCHUFFMAN'S Furniture in it. It's the dreamiest! 1500 Broad Phone 640 I' Bunner J. Speers They are waving their approval of the Forward Look . . . Its the New DODGE from GOODWIN BROS. AUTO CO. T415 Race Phone 787 R. Waltmire G H F. Moffilt C. VanBuskirk Jim and Tom both agree that MYERS IMPLEMENT CO. Can't be beat for RCA TV and Frigidaire Appliances! State Rocd 3 Phone 394 j, Myers T. Mc YO As the sign says . . . Short Orders and Plate Lunches Are a Specialty at the COFFEE SHOP 'l'l5 S. 'l4th Phone 1069 M. Gribbons R T L T' kle J. Long Fine Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cameras and Photo Supplies No Charge for Credit EDWARDS JEWELERS Quality-Depenclability 1334 Broad Phone 675 J. Knotts D Charlton There's no business like SHOW business! And you'lI see the greatest shows on earth-at the CASTLE THEATRE 221 S. Main Phone 138 C, Elmore B. Walcott P J hnson 0IIlll17l Comfort Comes First ot BRAMMER JACOBS Judy smiles in agreement as Duane demonstrates' 218 S 5th Phone 232 SWEETS WITH A SMILE' Youll never be disappointed with what comes over the counter ot the RIDGE DRUG CO 1559 Broad Phone 1157 . ac son B . 'c s ' A STRIKE! For ci hobby thct's exercising, try bowling ot SCHUHARDT'S 1621 Broad Phone 1129 J N k Ullullfzl- 0 5 P , xt . , xx U ex 1 , 1 X , ,Q f f 'Y' '-fl - ,' . ,,'v"g:. . Q - 1:41 f ' W ' K. , -.,.f ., ' ' 1 f . U - L-s l ' ...- I ' I -2 ,l--. 4 nf .,,,,.,,,.-.K ,pw- f ,.., M 12' ,.51fgg. S-greg f 1 L ' 10 5' 1 3 f ti 4 P2 ' J X f is -Q 1 , 15:3 1 gf W X 5 4 . S I5 02 Li 2- :fra 37 X' K wr, Q 'frfw..fAmS5s.--21.5 HH -. L, 1 ,f. WF' Ar? af V., , i? I 4 0 W im N-Q.: 0 , 1 rz :L ' A Q, , -. Q, t Q V sf, ' , Y fi I Y 'I H x - f Arg l ' ,. 2 ,sz 7 if y The Queen of them all! Both of The Dons would like fo invite you 'ro stop ot the DAIRY QUEEN for an Ice Cream Treat 2402 S. 14th Phone 768 DThnor DP If you're looking for shoes thot look good and feel good, foo - J 8g E is the store for you. 1323 Broad Phone 1557 W F E v. Miller J H y Winter, Summer, Spring or Foll You'll Get the Smoofhest Ride in Q Cor from NEWBY-PAUL 1517 Broad Phone 79 oriey J U lIllIIl1fl'l1 liirti'-Ni Richard Shows Louise and Helen Just a Sample of What You Can Get at FALCK'S New Castle's 1-Stop Drug Store 803 S. 18th Phone 690 R. Fisher L. Cooper H. Marcum For the Best in Office Supplies, Offset and Letterpress, It ls the DALE PRINTING CO. Serving New Castle Since 1901 1615 Broad Phone 1289 J. Haynes You'lI Get What You Pay for and More! When You Shop at BECKER BROS. FOOD STORES 1202 S. 14th Phone 478 925 S. Main Phone 2412 C. Darling J. Mahin L. McCarthy Une Hundred Forty U16 mf nf banks Cakes the best af ,vrmlcrs Q MSM. o o 0 O O O i i i moment as Mr. James h the first NIAL roll off Muncie, Indiana engvavxngs In Kms hunk hw Xwmuxff Carla and Rosemary watch the transformatlon of a photograph Into a finished engraving I4 puaucATl0N DNISION INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY NC INDIANAPOLIS 6 INDIANA 31 2 I I A A , I ' U, 1 . N ' I . ,N I , g ig .. f.Z,. f '.-:I IW r,,., 'rfvxg I ff' Ml ' 1.-AM Gif? rw, I 'W , ,,,,. fa'- 4.3-z ' " ' . Ief: fr:-I ING , I . I o v- ' ff: if . 'Z 53 511 ,, I I", 3: ,I I: Around the Com r rom An where Xxx ,f aomso UNDER Aumomv or me cocA cou commw av COCA COLA BOTTLING CO , Inc of NEW CASTLE, IND. I. 'Q . 1 vi I gk W1 AH' ' wx Q 'lu ' ' K xN , .f XXXSNWN , uf ,M , M4 ff' ' X ,I , , , 1 f X- . K Xbx vs X'-. ',jv Hx I -s ' I f Sennor Class Play A Cappella Chonr Alpha Trl H1 Altrusu Glrls Band Baseball Basketball Varslty Basketball B Team Basketball Freshman Beta Tr1H1 Buble Club CLUBS AND 4 Team Freshman Class GAA Gurls Concert Cholr Gott Team H1 Y Juntor Jumor Junlor Junvor Juntor Class Class Offlcers Prom Rotorlons SunSh1ne Crescendo Varnetues Curtotn Coll Dance Klngs and Queens Debate Team D E C A Faculty F B l A F F A F H A Football Becker Bros Food Store Best Ever Blands Sportnng Goods Brommer Jacobs Castle Motor Sales Castle Theatre Century Press Crtnzen s Bulldmg 8. Cltlzen s Stole Bank Cllff Payne Clnfts Shoe Store Coca Colo Coffee Shop Coffm s Jewelers Crlder s Drlve In Crow Motor Sales nc Loan Dale Prmtung Co Denton Drug Co Edwards Jewelers Aaron Jxm Abrell Larry Abslure Jo Ann Abston Barbara Ackenhusen Robert Acrey jurldeen Acton Dune Acton Joe Adams B1 Bob Joyce Adams Adams Adams Adluns Patty Gerald Assn 0 47 40 O 44 9 4 4 40 37 0 4 47 7 4 STUDE 29 O 2 3 5 04 48 87 53 6 104 8 86 101 3 8 0 16 119 3 45 9 48 65 2 latun Club Macerettes Machlnlst Club Madngol MGIOYCIIQS Notronal Honor Socuety N F L Orchestra PHOENIX Staff Press Club ACTIVITIES ADVERTISERS Folck s Pharmacy Fashaon Shop Furst Natnonal Bank Fnschel s Jewelers Frank s Furmture Goodwnn Bros Automobnle Co Goodwln Pope Harry s Appllonce Horney s Howards Darn Inn Howard S Grover Motor Sales Hunnlcutt s lndvanapolls Engravlng Co Inc J C Penney J 8. E Shoe Sore J Warren Worl Lnncaln Press Lloyd Beoll Mary Woodbury s 4 4 4 5 40 2 45 4 4 46 4 4 Purdue legrslature Questers H1 Y ltoduo ROSENNIAL Staff School Board Sclence Club Sensor Class Sensor Class Offlcers Sensor SunSh1ne Sensor Vespers Sophomore Class Spanush Club Speech X Stunkers Strung Ensemble Student Counctl Track Wrestlmg Yell leaders Meadow Gold Morton s Apparel Myers Implements Newby Paul Romsey Auto Sales Rndge Drug Co Rusts Motor Sales Schrff s Shoe Store Schulfman s Furnltu Schuhardt s fe Sears 8. 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