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

 - Class of 1956

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Our friendships and even our conversation re- volved around New Castle High School with its many chal- lenges for successful adult life. Our Ideas Expand A We DWF Ot course there are exceptions, but most students make wise use of study halls, pre- paring daily assignments, reading good books, or going to the library to prepare special reports and term papers. A I 2 3K 4 5 . .. , A funds.. . .... ,.........., .,........ . . . 3 4 S 6 7 V 8 , li l Nl . Zi 9 K 5 . 'l 1 , , ,1 ' l Z 3 4 5 5 7 A gn? J Mwst.. .4.,.:. 2, .J l ..,. .... .... g ,,... T O A Q5 r" Vtgilsfl 0,0 'f g 0000 o', 900,419 I 009, ftxsff li' I O Q o',' 'll' . ljll 'I' llll 'l.g I.. lll Il 4..- llt..l:F:.:. l'..-'- Y.. 15x no lg Q' Knowledge of theorems and corollaries which they learn in geometry class make it easier for Grace Bright and Tom Swayzee to solve problems tor themselves. Learn To Think For Curselves There was much more to at- tending our daily classes than reading a text book, and we learned to enjoy it as our teachers encouraged us to explore new ideas, evaluate facts, and to form our own conclusions. Taking aptitude and intelligence tests seemed to become a habit. Actually, the Iowa Tests and all the others were of great value to us as we planned our careers. Through Our Creative Work Seeds seeds and more seeds Eugene Benson Estal Brenneman Bob Smoot and Joe Grelner are sorting grams of corn In agnculture class to determune theur quahty Tasty cookles o e of the many speualtnes of the homemaklng de purtment are bemg made by Juanlta Lawson Rosemary Surber Lrnda Pnerce and Joanne Ramey Fight Color harmony balance and deslgn are Important to Floyd Ducken Jerry Bland and Pnsculla Brandt who are planning an art exhibit for the bulletin board on the third floor 1 1 1 1 1 , , ... 1 1 1 ,Fl 1 1 1 , . 1 -A Hg: if M if ' , Mig 52 ff 53 is 1 I ..:,V . 25225 ' H- ' . W '4 K- 1 X my-Wfff ' nz ,Q X . X15 QW' Iliff A 5' 'ck I 5' , I , ' u ' - . . W 4 0 0 " "o ". 'I '-,255 ,-. ' W r.-gf viii? I t ,I Li 9 "fig Y' " QA... 5 ' I 1 3 , ! Q i p ss, HX 1 ., a is-vw-fp, 1 6 m , , 15 J lt's mighty, but it's sooo small . . . yes, it's a transistor, one of the newest developments in electronical research. One of several con- vocafions this year was the one presented by the Bell Telephone Company to explain these new midget wonders. Alpha members Linda Robinson and Greta Wiggins get ready for their Easter lily sale, a project for the Crippled Children's Society. Everywhere We Go Our School French movies frequently Provide entertainment for the new French club. Charter members John Beyer, Sabra Carmack, Charles Bradshaw, and Connie Clark are setting up a program on life in France. ,W l "Sign mine, please," was the most popular expres- sion at the Rosennial dance. Even in our crowded halls we find time to chat with our friends und discuss school activities. Influences Our Interests Whether we were enjoying a convoca- tion, going to a dance, or iust walking in the halls with our friends, our school was the center of our activities. As we took the re- sponsibility of working on committees and volunteering to help in school or community projects, we learned that school was not only books and work, but that it was the center of wholesome living. 4 .A f-A 1 x , fi 2 ' x c Xb I f. f L F1 ff" ki had 1 4 X- Ya! L HAM X iifiis an ll ff! Fl Expressions on their faces during report card day prove that Janet Rush, Chuck Darling, and Charles Van Matre wish they had studied a little harder. TIl'?l1 P AQ yy xl I 2 we .mow NK i X M 4255: llrnf Scholastic achievement has its rewards as Mr. Redman presents certificates to Morgan Hunter and Donita Beguhn who rank among the top ten in their class. Winners -losers -there will always be both in any competition, and we had our share of victory and defeat while entering contests in many fields. ln sports, dramatics, scholarship tests, music, art, and even in the classroom, we learned to accept disappointments as well as success. Help To Mold Cur Character Tense momenis are common at the basketball games and expressions change as often as the score board Goggles and torches are standard equipment for Earl The bumper s as good as new remark Jam Boyd and Operating a lathe to turn steel becomes a simple process for machine shop boys Larry Abrell and Arnold Hubbs Fourteen Dominick who is learning the fundamentals of welding. Don Tichenor as they examine Gary Barnett's work. Senators and representatives practiced actual government procedures at the Purdue Legislative Assembly. Voting machines used in Purdue Assembly and Student Council elections prepare us for the day when we will be ready to cast our votes intelligently in city, ional elections Whether welding a bump- er on a car or operating a voting machine, we learned that experience often was the best teacher. Carrying a project through from begin- ning to end required con- centration and hard work, but it made our preparation for vocations and citizenship more meaningful. To Grow ln Citizenship nun 118 IBIS hmm UIQ ll 1:51, Nt .lull lil ll Bill Lantz and Jerry Walden proudly display their vises designed and manu- factured in machine shop. l'1iflr'e'll Always ready to assist in com- munity programs were Speech X members who spent many extra hours in practice. Made up largely of underclassmen, the speech team won honors at Peru, Ball State, Delphi, Howe Military Academy, and in ln- diana High School Forensic Associa- tion eliminations. N.H.S. held its first invitational tourney in November, as 124 pupils from I4 schools braved a blizzard to participate in various events. Row I 1 Mr. Wright, Miss Rucker, J. Yockey, M. Harding, A. Jennings, J. Jordan. Row 2 - B. Stoops, S. Lovely, S. Baker, R. Rains, B. Hunter. Row 3 - D. Fleming, l. Draper, S. Sears, P. Brandt, S. Stephens. Row 4 1 T. Semler, B. McDaniel, M. Dish- man, R. Hurst, C. Newby. Row 5 - N. Bond, R. Sheppard, B, Daggy, M, Ashby. Speakers Are Hosts For Invitational Meet 'X X l i Sixteen Preparing for active public lives, sophomore speech students hold discussions, do pantomimes, make speeches, tell chiIdren's stories, learn parliamentary law, and practice exercises to develop poise. ,JK Rowl T Semler R Lange R Rams T Parker B McDamel Row 2 S Carmack N Bond S Baker S Stephens D Flemmtng R Hurst Row 3 A Jennungs J Yockey M Ashby J Frost Row 4 Mess Rucker Mr Wrnght S Baker R Sheppard L Draper M Dlshman And Provlde Community Programs Twenty four members of National Forensic munuty protects as they worked for the de grees of ment, honor excellence and dns ttnctton Sharon Stephens, Susan Baker and Rees Sheppard reached the hnghest goal 1- Gutdlng the club this year were Susan Baker, president, Louise Draper, vlce pres: dent, Madge Dnshman secretary and Rees Sheppard treasurer anlyn Shepherd Mark Weadtck Rachard Ramsey td Phyllis Cox are broadcasting dolly hugh school ws over WYSN the school FM rodlo statnon S nnlv Il l l I O X . f League participated in contests and com- Q, ff' . . D 7 - , 1 ' ' , : , . A n , T T J. Cleveland, K. Chambers, D. Bess, J. Jordan, N. Bond, M. Hodson, D. Baldock, S. Luellen, C. Rea, A. Jennings, N. Anderson, E. Merrill, A. Zimmerman, D. Tichenor, B. Fisher, O. T. Myers, D. Bess, B. Himes, G. Putnins, M. Dishman, P. Harding. Student Council members led the entire student body in a drive for "Gym Now" funds this spring. Club and student donations and work pro- iects were encouraged. New traffic lights at the l4th and l5th street corners resulted from the Council's goal to improve the school traffic problem. Folding basketball programs are Gunars Putnins, president, Jane Jordan, secretary, Nancy Bond, treasurer, and a member, David Bess. O. T. Myers served as vice- president this year. Morale Builders Work To Make NHS Outstanding pep sessions and projects to further school spirit were carried out by Morale Com- mittee members Sylvia Cross, Priscilla Brandt, Ann Zimmerman, Carol Rea, Anne Jennings, Nancy Bond, Carolyn Mae Hall, Janet McKechnie, Rees Sheppard, O. T. Myers, Mr. Sterling Jackson, and Mr. Lewis Larrison. Row l Malkemus Gupson Bennett Schroth Neff Sells Upchurch Owens Cox Wulls Row 2 Bowsman Stephens Wallen Wllson VanBusklrk Shepherd Fox Hagerman Cross Row 3 Sears Brandt Baldock Krausbauer Vaught Wnnslow Hartgrove Burch Davudson Marks Raw 4 Burgess Land McCarthy Johnson Dyer Childs Kerr Thomas Glasco Smith Row 5 Zummerman Whlte Sanders Lange Jacobs Irwun Wales Ruddell Camp Lamb Row 6 Chambers Merrull Baker Johnson Ford Riddle Blckel Hyden Dovls Fadely Row 7 Harding Lrnk Acton Thurman Baganz Maze Rush Sweugart Ben nett Parker Row 8 Beall Hunter Caldwell Mules Crass Harris Alexander Cooper Babbutt Gorman Row 9 Marsh Outstanding In Come on gang Yell was the cry heard at all basketball and football games as the all out efforts of the cheerleaders mauntalned good school sparlt nn victory and defeat The Macerettes who wore green and whlte blouses to spell out words of the yells were led by Leeann Wnlls presndent Julia Neft secretary Suzle Sears treasurer, Anne Kraus bauer sergeant at arms and Mass Pauline Jordan sponsor Splrlt Sportsmanship Sylvna Cross Carolyn Mae Hall Hilda Hay Janet McKechme T T A me In 1 rl - 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 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 , , , , , , . 1' I I I r 1 I 1 I ' 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 0 0 0 Q 1 1 1 1. 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' Y N I - - I ' ' ' - l txt Honor Soclety Literary Magazine An lmpressuve candlelight nm tlatvon servlce followed a dinner at the YMCA thus sprung as 36 new Honor Society members re celved their puns Membership was based on scholarship leadershlp character and service Flrst semester offtcers were Bobby Wales president, Morgan Hunter, vice president, Donlta Be guhn, secretary, and Madge Dush man treasurer Second semester OHICEFS Included Kathleen Watt president Judy Day vlce pres: dent, Deanne Stearnes, secretary, and Thor Semler treasurer Ushenng at all convocatlons and con certs was an Honor Society duty Hare Judy Day and Nancy Bond welcome guests to a music concert Row l Donlta Beguhn Nancy Bond Carol Rea Kathleen Watt Nancy Anderson Gunars Putnnns Madge Dlshman Thor Semler Judy Doy Rosemary Hurst Joyce Wnlt Deanne Stearnes Row 2 Norma Hagerty Mass Ratclufte Morgan Hunter Tufrzis o o g I I , . I , . 1 I I ' ' , . - . , , , , . . 1 1 I I ' 1 1 I ' rlv or Achlevemen vw? ,ZW Row I Donato Beguhn Sara Hmes Gay Morrrson Barbara Sears Carolyn Groves Row 2 Mass McCord Lounse Draper Kathleen Wall Two school dances profnts from the ball pornt pen machme and a success ful subscraptron druve made the schools luterary magazune The Trolan Tribune, passable again this year The modernlstlc cover was designed by Suzanne Sears whlle the magazine was edited by Loulse Draper with Sara Hrnes and Donrta Beguhn as copy edu tors Gay Morrison and Kathleen Watt as art edrtors and Barbara Sears and Carolyn Groves as buslness managers Here Donna Beguhn and Carolyn Groves prepare typed copy for the magazrne 711 T nfs Hy-lp 5 0 S t e F T o p t 3 f . V ul?-il,"'M Y 'LV ' M g, -77 i A .ng Q A L we J ft' v l X 1 L '1 J Y J, A9 . , v , W g , sc, 1 1 K M 4- S LIT V xxx. ff ,V A X Row I Sally Burch Carol Rea Rosemary Hurs? Joyce Wal! Sara Hnnes Row 2 Carl Graham Joyce Hall Margie Turner, Judy Whlieman Brenda Harris Gay Morrison Loulse Draper Mlss Halberstad? Rufh Rams Kay Chambers Row 3 Vernadell Barker Nancy Anderson Marcxa Hodson Rosennlal captures H ghllg s Nm M N L X Q C Sortmg engraving pnnts for the 1956 Rosenmal are Carol Rea Brenda i 7. KX Harris Joyce Wulf Carl Graham Nancy Anderson Vernadell Barker, XX.: X K 7 Loulse Draper and Rulh Rams K kv has L NX .fm K VX. O g 9 PFI. '44 9 +V' 15 .5 Tu Lntw Tuo . 0 I C I h t X-4 x , X X Lx fllibxx x.x'X x.,,' 'xv s from ,W yu' F -, -, l , . K I fx 1- , XX! -N N Lf 1Q.,Jg 'BCA we X , ks w 1 kxj,., .TK 1 " X A V -, N , .N WS -f"k f- ' fr" 5S1,,,AfQ fA:VS ' ...FTS Q aff U - e N , 1 x1?'+,, X X I f I c-6' 5' X' L M , 5 ' Theme theme what shall we use for our theme? Thus question puzzled frve IUHIOYS last sprung as they started to plan the 1956 Rosennlal After beung ap pointed edltor assistant edltor and business man ager Rosemary Hurst Sara Hlnes and Shirley Hop kms attended Journalnsm Instatute at lndlana Un: versnty to plan a dummy whrch took thlrd place at the two week conference ln the summer Loulse Draper began schedulmg the senior plctures for her senior section and when school started Ruth Rams club editor Carol Rea underclassmen editor and Brenda Harris 0CfIVIfleS editor began arranging for pictures In their sections Gay Morruson actung as secretary assusted the entire staff During the course of the year Joyce Wllt fac ulty edator Nancy Anderson and Vernadell Barker ad edltors and Carl Graham sports editor worked to complete thenr sectrons Class Day soon rolled around and It was time to put asude the rubber cement mountung board and grease pencnls for another year Our story of Our Selectmg a theme for the 57 Rosenmol are lumor staff members Joyce Hall Judy Whutemon Sally Burch Mama Hodson Margie Turner and Kay Chambers ur a n Ing Wor The Rosenmal subscrlptlon drlve was cllmaxed wlth a Checkung the dummy are Busmess Manager Shlrley free dance held after school nn the Student Center Hopkms and Edztors Rosemary Hurst and Sara Hines Z ff Tu ents Th rf-fr Challenging World" was completed. O f ' O C h l l e g ' l d' . by 4 ,V I , I, 5. . ,s ig '1-mf, ., ws, X225 ,u ,saw C. Sweigarl, B. McDaniel, D. Sleornes, D. Beguhn, C. Groves, B, Luellen, S. McGinnis, J. M:Kechnie, P. Riggs, K. Chambers, D, Clifton, J. Nipp, J. Day, A. Bell, R. Jackson, J. Edwards, Miss Halberstodt, Mr. Beguhn. Reporters, Printers Combi N H Q N XX X 'A sy , me f Q . X3 'J . M K A W ,V W M C V X . X ,L i J in 3 . AJ N A A s ix 4 'Jxik JJ xx, .I X X4 -- sd .Q 2 . s. , v C . .A e F V N 'N 'N Y N7 X .Q he Posting up lhe dummy and arranging ad lay-ouls for lhe Planning Tourney Trol, the Sectional dance, was a break in weekly Phoenix are Carolyn McLane, business manager, and staff routine. Here Carolyn Groves, Sheila McGinnis, and Barbara McDaniel and Deanne Slearnes, co-edifors. Caroline Sweigarl work on dance decorations. Tu wifi'-fnlzr A pleasant break rn Friday morning s routlne came when the Phoemx was del vered to fourth peruod classes Headlines deadlnnes style of wrntung ads make up and coverlng all the news were a few of the ever present problems which kept the staff busy The print shop super vlsed by Mr Bernhardt Beguhn also played an Important part rn the success of the paper Co editors for the year were Deanne Stearnes and Barbara McDaniel and Carolyn McLane served as busrness manager Other flrst semester staff members were Phyllrs Riggs news editor Sheila McGlnnls assistant news Carolrne Swen gart feature editor Janet McKechnre assistant features Bob Luellen sports editor Bull Fannin asssstant sports Kay Chambers exchange and Carolyn Groves ad manager Added durlng the second semester were Carol Cashdollar assistant buslness manager Sandy Hartgrove assistant news edrtor Nancy Black exchange edator Phyllis Jones clrculatron manager Bully Hunter copy editor and Joe Shrrk and Larry Marlow asssstant sports editors .J 90 X '01 wo? Z en W P nlx Row l artgrove N Black J es C Cash o ar C Swengar C McLane McDanlel S McGunnls R Jackson D Slearnes Mr Beguhn Row 2 elen S J Nl wards D Clfton ar ow o n Fannun B Baker J Day Mrss Halbersla 1 l . l ' . X " . . . . I . .f X 1 ' 2 g ' . . ' Xa , I 7 ' I , I I I . J I , , xg , f I ' l - l , ' ' 1 I I 1 ' I, 'li , . Tal ts For eekly hoe -S.H , . ,B. Hunter, P. on , . dll, . ' t, . ,. , . . -B.LuI,J.hirk, J.Ed ,. a ,L.Mn,J.sng,a. ,. ,' df. Tzcenty-Six M ., 4 WX y i f ylw. Queen Susan admires her bouquet of white gardenias as attendant Janet McKe:hnie and her escort, Bud Frost, look on. Queen Susan Fragrant magnolia cologne scented the ballroom as Miss Susan Ann Baker was chosen to reign as queen of the 1955 Prom. Junior Class President David Paul crowned the queen of the "Magnolia Cotillion" in a southern plantation setting. Queen Susan was presented with a spray of white gardenias while her attendants and their escorts gathered around her. Attendants were Carolyn Mae Hall, Janet McKechnie, Rose- mary Hurst, and Sylvia Cross. QUEEN SUSAN BAKER 4 . ' jklxwoljgi ' Over Mauthern Wonderland if th J M if VJ ' 1.9 Jkri D x I , ix" - ,x 1 "t YI dy' 'I " Jil, lf. 1, .. I li Q A . . - Q r v Rf' if A tp 1 ll VA 1 4 f xi . l xbi xl X N, A i l W -' , JANET McKECHNIE CAROLYN MAE HALL Climaxfng the coronotion was the grand march led by Queen Susan Baker and Junior Class President David Paul. Stately white pillars accented by magnolia blos- soms and pale blue lights encircled the dance floor as 225 couples glided to the music of Bobby Wertz and his nine piece orchestra on May 13 in the National Guard Armory. Hues of pink and green gave a southern spring- time atmosphere to the dance while sparkle brightened the tables and programs. Wrought iron furniture was used to present a view of a southern mansion with a spacious lawn. ROSEMARY HURST SYLVIA CROSS Tu enly-Sex en A crown of while carna ions and a spray of red carnations are presented to Harvest Hop Queen Carol Rea by Mark Weadick as Nancy Band and Bill Adams smile in approval. Dancing to the music of Gar- wood Wells, couples who at- tended Harvest Hop on No- vember 26 watched Mayor Paul McCormack crown Carol Rea queen of the homecoming dance with a lovely bandeau of white carnations. Queen Carol and her escort, Bill Adams, were presented with many lovely gifts which were contributed by local mer- chants. The queen's attendants were Nancy Bond, Caroline Sweigart, Cheryl VanBuskirk, Anne Bouslog, Hilda Hay, Vic- ki Dyer, and Ann Zimmerman. Fall decorations of sand, brown, and flame emphasized the harvest theme for the Thanksgiving dance and the words "Harvest Hop" rotated above the dancers. High School Royalty Leads Gerald Pope, Connie Clark, Ronnie DeCoursey, Joyce Hall, Wayne Parker, and Judy Day gather around to see Mike Thalls crown Sara Hines queen of Hearts Hcp. "Dancing Hearts" was the theme for the annual Hearts Hop Dance sponsored by Beta Tri-Hi-Y on February l8. Miss Sara Hines reigned as queen of the dance and was crowned by her escort, Mike Thalls. Queen Sara's attendants were Connie Clark, Judy Day, Joyce Henry, Sally Birch, Joyce Gustin, Joyce Hall, and Margie Turner. The "girl ask boy" dance was decorated in the tradition- al colors of red and white transrorming the gymnasium into a ballroom. An arrow and a heart were suspended in the entrance while at the opposite end of the dance floor were two large red hearts centered on a white background above Jimmy Feltis' Orchestra. in Dances In Gay, Social Season Friday night was dance night at the Cracker-box gym. These dances were sponsored by the various school organizations, and at many of them it was a tradition to crown a king or queen. Anita Brummett reigned as Football Sweetheart at the Beta Tri-Hi-Y dance. Mr, and Miss New Castle were Madge Dishman and Morrie Powers, and at the Phoenix Tourney Trot, Madge was named Miss Henry County. Freddie Burgner was chosen King Eskimo at Na- tional Honor Society's King Eskimo Dance. Fl-lA's Peppermint Twirl queen was Darlene Slavin, and Mr. and Miss DECA were Sue Parker and Jim Wal- cott at the DECA Downbeat. Sylvia Cross was crowned Snow Ball Queen for the Snow Ball Dance sponsored by the Senior SunShine Society, and Bobby Wiles was selected from varsity team members to lead GAA! Mr. Basketball Dance. liifzm X A I Row l 1 Mr. Pressler, C. Newby, B. Pfenninger, S. Carmack, E. Rains, B. Davis, J. Denny. Row 2 -- D. McKee, P. Sowers, P. Stephens, J. Roberts, J. Heath, A. Harter, J. Foust, J. Huckeby, D. Stephens. Raw 3 - J. Small, E. Hale, M. Hall, D. Thompson, R. Wheeler, B. Huntley, L. Cardwell, D. Ogborne, B. Collier. Row 4 - J. Maher, O. T. Myers, B. Ricks, D. Crandall, D. Pfenninger, D. Brammer, L, Abrell, B, Stoops. In Step With The Community, Thirty Music with style is the keynote of the New Castle Troian Band, some of whose members also combine into a Pep Band, Jug and Bottle Combo, and a German Band for special entertainment. Many of its ensembles placed high in the state music contest, and all are well- known for their community perform- ances. From this group also come the seven maiorettes, resplendent this year in new outfits, who led the group in its many outdoor appearances. B. O. and His Little Stinkers always provide a laugh as they go through their musical routines while dressed in the "latest" fashions. Ll. g K Row 1 - P. McCormack, D. Cox, C. Anderson, N. Smith, C. Planeaux, C. McLane. Row 2 - J. Bailey, N. Anderson, K. Fisher M. Sorrell, B. Abston, J. Gustin, C. Riley, M. Killey, J. Padgett. Row 3 -- B. Morrell, J. Davis, T. Sutton, A. Cecil, S. Kramien J. Neidetter, M. Allen, J. Crawford, T, Stephens. Row 4 - G. Reece, H. Counceller, G. Winningham, E. House, B. Caldwell, J Crandall, D. Hendricks, A. Lopez, C. Wilkinson. Our Band Delights Spectator Appearances at all home football and basketball games, traveling to Muncie tor the football game there, and entertaining at Troian Band Night were musical highlights this year. The 72 musicians also presented a student convocation, made three concert ap- pearances, sold candy to raise money for uniforms, and participated in Cre- scendo Varieties, Honor Day, and Class Day. Four soloists and three ensembles received top state honors. Our high-stepping maiorettes were S. Carmack, C. Newby, B. Pfenninger, C. McLane, N. Smith, C. Planeaux, and C. Anderson. Th' llli-Um Row l -- D. Shoop, J. Sells, l. Putnins, V. Smith, M, Kirkendall, M. Smith, B. Sears. Row 2 - S. Gorman, D. Ramey, C. Fadely, B. Sweigort, J. Shuter, V. Cheek, E. Hale, C. McLane, J, Neirinck, C. Anderson, R. Young, M. Wilson. Row 3 - B. Harris, J. Myers, C. Davis, J. Crawford, J. Small, C. Riley, C. Newby, J. Neidefter, C. Planeaux, J. Padgett, M, Killey, J. Marsh, E. Jett, M. Smith, L. Troxell. Row 4 - Mr. Pressler, C, Wilson, J. Denny, B. Davis, E. Rains, J. Brainard, M. Hall, S. Bowers, D. Ptenninger, S. Carmock, P. Moore, S. Kramien, M. Allen. Musical Concerts Show Results Thirlyfwo A first for the orchestra this year under the baton of Bernard Pressler was the Mid-stale Orchestra Festival. The NHS musicians joined similar groups from Martinsville, Connersville, South- port, Frankfort, and Warren Central for a two day festival and concert at Warren Central. The orchestra also participated in two concerts, Crescendo Varieties, the Christmas convo, Bac- calaureate, and Commencement. The string ensemble included Dorothy Shoop, Cynthia Wilson, Jane Sells, Linda Troxell, Mary Kirkendall, and Barbara Sears. Among the featured guests for the Sunday concert series were Lemuel Anderson, bari- tone soloist, the String Trio at Ball State, and Stephen Kennedy, baritone soloist and instructor at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory. Each musical organization participated in two or more concerts and the year's activi- ties were climaxed with the Music Festival during National Music Week in May. Here the audience is listene ing to one of the five concerts presented by the Junior and Senior High music departments. Of Practice, Training uuspqv- Accompanist Diane Selke practices at the school piano for an A Cappella performance. Practice makes perfect at a dress rehearsal for a Girls' Concert Choir concert. Besides the regular class period, the girls devoted extra hours for rehearsals to provide har- monious entertainment at concerts and con- vocations. A triple trio, selected from this group also provided civic programs. Thziflyffzrw Row l ay avls wers I ams r eusse wlm R Rees Row ermann V Kung M Tyner W Derbyshlre P Cox W d dr g avey B E Far and K Watt L Hagerman Row 3 adely N ond arger e e a er u D C Clark M Dlshman J Wllt C Bradshaw Row 4 rss Denne Ta or S Clearwater Dude Geen R Pleasant J Eans M Ashby D Bess S Bond M Odom J Beyer M Carender B Butterworth ocal s en olces Let s go through that stanza again seems to be the motto of Mr Petermann as he dlrects the A Cappella :hour In Its rehearsals Thzrrx fuur Vocal muslc groups were In demand for programs presented for many clvrc orgamzatrons The Madrlgal Singers with l2 members placed first In state competvtlon and entertained at the hos putal many churches, and clubs The presentation ofthe Messiah at Sensor Vespers was again a hughlrght ot A Cappella actlvltres The muxed chorr wnth 5l vonces also pomed un a Chrnstmas convocation and presented sprung and fall concerts Slngmg nn the Chrnstmas and Easter convocatlons and at the sprung and fall concerts was the mam attraction for the Grrls Concert Choir with 52 voices - J. Kels , C. D ' , B. Flo , C. W'lIi , D. Slavin, J. Balla d, C. W ' , C. S ' , . e. 2 - Mr. Pet , . ' , . , . ' , . , L. Robinson, J. oo , M. Har 'n , P. Mayer, T, P , P. urd, . Mc- I , . , . . - B. F , . B , P. Nib , D. S Ik , J. Jordon, G. B k , G. H ll, , Paul, . , . ' , . A , . . -- B. Ci , C, Brown, R. y, A. yl , . , A. l y, L. r , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . V ' t B l d V ' I jiri' ln v v n Relaxing before a performance are Madrigal Singers Lothair Green, Jane Jordan, Joyce Kelsay, Nancy Bond, Joyce Wilt, Bobbie Flowers, David Paul, Melvin Tyner, Bob Butterworth, David Bess, Linda Robinson, and John Beyer. Light, Classical Selections Row l - Mr. Petermann, R. Reese, M. Carter, B. Pfenninger, A. Amburgey, S. Morgan, N. Upchurch, M. Kendall, l.. Johnson, E. Troxell. Row 2 - M. Roberts, J. Thomas, D. Williams, E. Carnes, J. Warner, R. Forbes, K. Thompson, S. Vaught, B. Rains, C. Roseberry, C. Garrord, N. Shock, S. Baker. Row 3 - B. Cochran, M. Benson, C, Lewis, J. Sutton, K. Davis, K. Fisher, N. Caldwell, M. Sells, S. Reuter, P. Billings, P. Bright, G. Reeves. Row 4 - S. Frazier, D. Clayborn, R. Hays, M. Hill, W. Blackburn M. Bowsman, P. Collier, R. Hughes, C. Worley, J. Polson, C. Craig, B. Hacker. Tfzirlyef This student made stage setting picturing the Irving room of a humble home nn Scotland set the mood for the romantic tragedy Lace on Her Petticoat Romantic Tragedy Vaudevllle Acts mon Caroline Swengart and Priscilla Brandt go through Joan Lucas Eddie Hale Mllton Ashby Judy Shortrldge David a scene at Curtain Call dress rehearsal Paul Richard Lange and David Spannuth 'llzzrly blx o o I Mike Murphy, Cheryl VanBuskirk, Bill Adams, Madge Dish- Crew members were Joy Yockey, Phil Livezey, Barbara Sears, A . .ls ' l In natnve costume Nancy Bond sung Under the Opus In Pastels Included Mr Pressler and has Bamboo Tree and Moon of Manakur to saulor lug and bottle band Joe Nelrlnck Bob Luellen John Beyer In a romantic South Seas act Marvln Hall John Maher and O T Myers Are Curtaun Call Crescendo Features lace on Her Pettlcoat attracted large audw ences on November 10 and ll when the l955 Curtain Call was presented In the Castle Theatre For the frrst tlme the productlon was double cast, and tryouts were opened to the entlre school The plot of the play took place on an Island off the bay of Scotland as two girls of opposite social llcl lg l ,fll 9,5 classes met and became frlends Mlss Annette Glllentme the cast and crews pro duced an adventurous and humorous play Vaudevllle type acts highlighted the l955 pre sentatuon of Crescendo Vanetles last Aprrl when L over a hundred muslc students dlsplayed talents UU, X , ,J ln comedy and serious numbers A A Q- 5 Colored Iughts and artnfncual must mode the se quence from Brlgadoon featurung a snxteen voice chorus especlally effectlve Other outstondmg scenes featured a western melodrama a college sequence a modern Frankle and Johnme and an early 1900 s school room scene Thzrlx Sezen I I I .,J,'1 V' ll lu, - I u x 1 Under the direction of Mr. Robert Wright and llsll ll' ' . ' to tl t . l I 4 '- -Ei: f u ' A' ' ' I ' ' - Civic Groups Honor Seniors For Chosen because of leadership, scholarship, and character, nine senior boys early this year became Junior Rotarians. Boys in Na- tional Honor Society automatically became members, and the Honor Society selected the other participants. Each Tuesday for a month one boy attended the Rotary luncheon. Copper pin favors delighted thirteen Al- trusa Girls at the dinner planned by Altrusa to honor the most outstanding senior girls in English, mathematics, social science, lan- guage, art, homemaking, music, journalism, distributive education, speech, physical edu- cation, business, and science. Row l Bob Wiles Chip Edwards Lothair G r e e n Thor Semler Richard Lange Row 2 Morgan Hunter avid Paul Gunars ut nuns Row l Norma Hagerty Kathleen Watt Donita B guhn Deanne Stearnes tout Row 2 Nancy Anderson Madge Dishman Carol Rea Janet us Nancy B o n d Rosemary Hurst Yhlrlw fight ' I , , , . L I D ' , P - i 1 f ' e' , , Diane M u r r a y, Sharon S . - 1 ' I , R h, ' i , l ,7,, Scholarship, Leadership, Character Learning the functions of city, county, and state governments through actual experience was the main purpose of Girls' and Boys' State. Classes in law, speech, and state police work were offered at Boys' State. Campaign- ing for offices added interest, and swimming and tennis provided recreation. A week of work and pleasure describes Hoosier Girls' State where delegates, chosen by civic organizations, planned campaign speeches, made posters, attended classes on the fundamentals of government and worked in city projects. Dancing, singing, and meet- ing new friends were favorite diversions. Jrm Daily Mark Weadick David Paul Thor Semler Bob Webster Row 1 Carolyn Groves Barbara Sears N o r m a Joyce Wilt Nancy Ander son Row 2 Carolyn McLane Carol Rea Sharon Stephens Nancy Bond Sara Hines Hagerty, Donita Beguhn, O r Collectlv Latun class was more than the study of verbs and vocabulary Spellmg bees were a break In class ro.mne which made learnrng easier Form The new student center serves not only a a bus port but also as a center for pep sesslons and other student gathenngs e Enthu la Blueprlnts graphs house plans and other technlcal designs were tne result of tramlng In mechamcal drawing part of the lnd.Jstrlal arts course s O O gf . K , S S ,F 'q l' f 2 , 1, " What busy lives we led as we joined in class proiects and extra- curricular activities. We had fun working together with our teach- ers and classmates, and our suc- cessful plays, dances, publica- tions, concerts, and scholastic achievements proved it. Our pep sessions were a sym- bol of the enthusiasm we showed in everything we did. This com- bination ot hard work and enthusiasm made us proud of our accomplishments and united us in a feeling of loyalty to N.H.S. What happens on a basketball trip was revealed at o pep session which started us off with a bang in the sectional tournament. Makes Our School Great Splicing films, scheduling movies, serving as proiec- Changing a tire was no problem for driver training tionists, and keeping equipment in order were students, who not only learned how to drive but also important iobs in the audio-visual department. how to take care of their automobiles. Forty -Unr- 1 1.x 1 if '32, 1 f ,M A Q2 flffifriizfw f' Z-gn "VH nw Q 'f Z 0 N is Q lk .-3 K A M, was , 14' Q9 3 M . B Factories of New Castle wrll provide hugh paym 'obs of varrous types for rn dustrlal mnnded students Usmg modern equrpment and screntlflc methods learned In agriculture Segrefqnql work and soles posrtrons are class many boys wall become successful farmers popular charges of busrness students Look To Future Challenges Si...-as Nursung and other professnons already have been selected as future vocatrons by those who wlll go on to school Form Three .h "A 1' X . 2' l 1 . X f 3. VSA. i 'ww f' 'I t , - o xy' : K' -lcv-i V Y e 'F I x, iz' 'Y' I S iz r , ., . f That: U I: :Hlug M .fw"?f!"'!f,1g'i:"':,', " ,177 1 if gilt. it gffifex ,'4fa:ngfff, iL QV5fM . 1 A D - , J A ry a V nligtiiaf .'- l 'nal e 'T n g? ff 'WM 'S' F """"'B 1.4" wi .'f'4Q1ufm,n ff f' ' 'Q ,V any 5' LI" t49z'MM r ' . ft' Q ffg' , ff' .M ' "fu fm 'gauze 5 '13 J Wir' . -M. mmziffv ,W fx up ' " 4' ""' ul:',,:!-Li'12'. 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Co-Capt. lr 5 'J 1 Y ,L 1 Sensors Dewel Edward Helen Lucllle Davld Morgan Barbara Jean Janet Rae Carl Edward Gibson Glbson Goodwm Gorman Grady Graham Wood Shop GA A Reporter Basketball Mgr Buslness Malor DECA ROSENNIAL Malor Macerettes Baseball Mgr Track Mgr HI Y ecy Questers Ht Y Latm Club Spanish Club Electronncs Club Bernard lotharr Gunars Joseph Francis Carolyn Groves Harold Marvm Norma Lou Green Greuberls Grelner PHOENIX Hacker Hagerty A Cappella Pres Wrestlung FFA Vice res Glfls Slale Belt' Buble Club Honor Socnety Madrlgal Crescendo Jr Rotarran Buble Club Vnce Pres Electronucs Club Secy Tfolan Tnbune Trdlnlng Clwll' Beta Vrce Pres 5P0n'5h Club Purdue Assembly Y'fe PWS Cadet Teaching Macerettes Spomsh Club Cadet Teachung Lam, Club Purdue Assembly Honor S0c'elY Altrvsd Student Councnl Bobby Albert Carolyn Mae Carolyn Sue Marvm Max Donald Gene Ha Ha Ha Ha Hancock lndustrnal Arts Yell leader SunShme Band Pep Bond lnclustrlol Arts Mayor SunShme Beta DECA Secy Orchestra Motor Prom Hearts Hop Macerettes Hu Y Attendant Band Sgt at Arms Harvest Hop Jr lnvltotlon Attendant Comm Honor Socuety lwfty Brenda Ellen Harris ROSENNIAL SunShme Treas Macerettes Prom Decoratuon Comm O X . . .,S. . . 1 " s I . 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Sennors Shelby Jean Haynes Home Economlcs Mayor h Helen Blllre George Hay Hendrucks Grrls Concert Draltung Malor o Buble Club Beta Prom Tlcket Comm nvntatron mm Joyce Ann Henry Bela Macerettes F H A G A A Prom Decoratlon Comm Sr Color Comm Chanrman Gall Hern Beta SunShlne Curtaun Ca Harvest Hop Attendant Prom Decoratnon Comm Orchestra Class Play Kay Frances I F B l A Treas F H A Prom Trcket Comm Drrvrng Club Peppermrnt Twurl Attendant Honor Soclety Sara Ellen James Walter Wllma Jane Edward LeeRoy Carolyn V Hmes Hmes Hoe Hoopmgarner Hoover ROSENNIAL Machunust Club Tralmng Chorr DECA Buslness Malor Asst Ed Pres Electronics Club SunShlne PHOENIX Wrestlnng Girls State Beta Trojan Trrbune Hearts Hop Queen Latm Club Honor Socrety Shrrley Noreen Hopklns ROSENNIAL Busuness Mgr PHOENIX SunShme Altrusa latin Club S Flower Comm Class Play Honor Socnety Edward Lee House Ba nd Paul Edwm Householder, Hr Y Treas Purdue Assembly Pep Band Band Spamsh Club Orchestra Roberta Mane Morgan Hunte J Hughes WYSN Grrls Concert H' Y ChUPl0'n Chow Honor Socrety B,bge Club Vrce Pres Jr Rotarran Spamsh Club Treas Crescendo Questers HI Y Honor Socuety Brlly Lee Huntley Pep Band Band DECA Crescendo o fl . 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S ., . . . r ' I Rosemary Hurst ROSENNIAL Ed PHOENIX Altrusu Sr Ca ecy NFL SunShme Pres Prom Attendant Honor Socvety Student Councul May Queen FMU Om Iffz, 1 Amfiflf may if We ff! 50s- -'Mw WMWVBWM Dsscusssng the fsnal day of graduatson are sensor offscers Rosemary Hurst secretary Nancy Bond treasurer Lousse Draper vsce pressdent and Davsd Paul pressdent Offscers Lead Tradstsonal Sensor Events lt was wsth msxed emotsons that we faced our sensor year We were proud electsng our offscers and re cesvsng our class rsngs and snvsta tsons made us feel a lsttle supersor, and yet we felt sorrow, too, as we realszed that soon we would leave our school and frsends Whether we planned to attend college or accept other responssbslstses, we knew thss was our year of decssson We had accomplsshed the goals we set four years ago, therefore wsth confsdence sn our abslsty, we were ready to ac cept the challenges of adult lsfe Whether they were black onyx or plasn gold, sensor ssngs bearsng the Trolan head were dssplayed proudly fstlx lust fini, f A7 gal? pi ' . 1 Y ss ' Q , 7 , ,sr f ,,, ' Q, I 3, 3 il ' , , ' , ' ' if M' Y -. 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'15 i C4 fl ,IJ sf s s 1 ' , - 2 , ' - 0 0 0 g I1e sensor class of l956 proud ly marched IUlO Sensor Vespers sponsored by P TA to hear the speaker Rev Kermst Morrsson of DePauw Unsverssty ln hss speech An Excuse for Lsvsng the msn sster urged the class to lead mean sngful lsves and he emphasszed Others have Influenced the shapsng of your character and personalsty You have a tremen dous oblsgatson on your shoulders Moonglow and russet were elected as our class colors whsle the Golden Rapture Rose became the class flower The class song was wrstten by a specsal commst tee and We Must be the World We Want was chosen as our motto Here Msss Cathersne Ratclsffe assssts Grace McCormsck Jansce Padgett and Mary Lou Johnson sn the selectson of the snvstatsons and enclosure cards W at shall I try fsrst'-' was the feelsng ot sensors as they looked sn wonderment at the table heaped wsth everythsng from shrsmp cocktasls to elabo rately decorated cakes at Sensor Nsght Club Party sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce Here Jean Warner, Cathy Caldwell, Nancy Bond, Mske Maze, Jack Rsgney, and Bsll Lantz welcome the lavssh array of food , ' . ., I ' I - , I . , , as you influence others." S . s. , , .s h . , Semors Rlchard G Ronald Lee Barbara Ann Loretta L Jackson Jackson Johnson Johnson Baseball Prom Degorgtggn F H A Beta G A A PHOENIX Comm Drlvlng Club Girls Concert Sr Song Comm Cholr Secy Questers HI Y Macerettes Spanlsh Club F H A Football Sgt at Arms Richard Lee Jones F F A Treas Reporter Track Cross Country Sandra B Keener Beta Macerettes SunShme Paul Douglas Koger Basketball Fzfty Four Sandra Marlene Kramlen Bond Secy Pep Band Beta Treas F B l A F H A Chaplam Orchestra Prom Ticket Comm Mary Lou Johnson F B L A Sr lnvntatlon Comm Chairman Honor Society Jean Harlow Jones Business Mayor Wayne Leon Jlmmle Ely Key Elvln Charles Bruce Edwm Keeslmg lndvstfwl Arts Klrkpatrlck Koger College Prep Malo' Drattmg Malor Go f Mayor Basketball Football Richard R Lange Wllllam Robert Esther Juanita Gilbert LeeRoy WYSN Qvesters Lantz Lawson Leach C"'lU"' Cell H' Y Machumst Club Gnrls Concert DECA Crescendo N F L Cholr Jr Rotartan Prom Decoratlon Comm Class Play Honor Soclety I . . . , . .1 ..., If xhx . . . - . . . . . .,., . . l fs . ss - 1 . r t - ' ' , ' I - ' ..., ' Sensors Lowell Thomas Krrs Mannmg Beverly ue Judlth Ann Grace Mane Barbara Sue ee Llvezey Lockndge Lucas McCormick McDanlel College Prep Prom Decaratron Beta Grrls Concert SunShme Chaplain PHOENIX Co Ed Malor Comm DECA Chorr Sr lnvltatlon L e a SunShme Comm A Cappella Macerettes Lunn Club Secy Malorelle Band Debate Honor Socnety Ha DECA ean Mclver Janet Lee Murlel McK:lIrp Robert Stephen Carolyn Sue John Joseph McKechnle Home Es0f10""CS McKown McLane Maher PHOENIX Beta Malo' Questers Hn Y PHOENIX Business Band Hn Y Yell Leader Vlce Pres Mgr Pep Band Golf SunShlne GAA Band Treas Jr Rotarlan Prom Attendant Drum Malorette Questers Secy Curtaln Call Girls Slate Crescendo Class Play SunShme Pep Band Orchestra Macerettes Honor Society Spanish Club Sr Color Comm Janet Sue Malcom F B L A Secy F H A G A A Amfq Lounge Mrchael Gerald Wayne Lydla E Marcum Patsey Lou Malkemus F B L A Macerettes Prom Refresh ment Comm G A A Gurls Concert Chonr william Maple Macerettes Mg'-gh Molloy Sclence Mayor Cwlcm CGI' G A A Mathematucs Malor Macemlles Fzfry fue I ' o I r . . S . . L . . . . ' . ' . ' ' N.F. ., B t J . . . 'I . . Senlors Jack Davld Wayne Clnfford Marva June Enc May Paula Louise Mlchael Ray Martm Mastm Matlock H' Y WYSN Mayer Maze owners H. Y onvmg Club r BLA Twfk sem G A A F BLA Cabtnet Member Pmm Defofulmn SunShme DECA Prom Tables and Comm A Cappella Drlvlng Club Chairs Comm CU"l0"" Coll Macerettes Prom Tables and Questers Treas 5, Colo, Comm Cham Comm Class Pla Y Prom Decoratuon Comm Don Gordon Johnny Dean Rlchard Wayne Martha Elolse Peggy Sue Vaughn Maurnce Medalen Melton Mercer Muller Muller Muller Golf Football Industrlal Arts Beta F B L A ecy Woodshop Mayor HL Y Track Mayor DECA Reporter Questers HL Y Glrls Concert Pres Chonr Cleta Eugene Warren Donald Morgan Moms F B L A Treas WYSN Pres Football Fifty Six Latm Club Gay Lea Mornson ROSENNIAL Trolan Trlbune Sr Motto Comm Chalrman Honor Socuety Richard Mundy Track Duane Lee Murray PHOENIX Beta Harvest Hop Attendant DECA Dance Attendant SunSl1vne Allrusa Macerettes Sr Color Comm Gwendolyn Joy Murray G A A Secy Curtaan Call Buble Club Macerettes 0 . . . . . 'I - .... ,... ' ' s - l 1 . . . . . . ....,S ., '1 . . . ----1 ., , ..., . ' 1 . ., , . Jackle Lee Norns DECA Dance Attendant Juha L Owens F B L A Macerettes Sr Flower Comm Seniors Robert Phllllp Janlce Mane Betty Ann Owens Padgett Parker Machunlst Club Prom Decoratlon F BLA Carolyn Sue Parker Madrlgal DECA Pres Miss DECA A Cappella Beta Heart s Hop Attendant Crescendo Macerettes Terry Lee Parker Football Co Captain Baseball Debate Ha Y Class Play Jr Class Vlce Pres Curtaln Ca Gerald Eugene Pope Ht Y Machinist Club Davld M Trlllls .loan Lmda Gay Ralph Eugene Pau Pavey Pierce Pleasant Sr C s A Cappella Buble Club Secy A Cappella Pres Secy Cadet Teachmg Crescendo Football Madrlgal Buble Club Buble Club Jr Rotarlan Macerettes Baseball WYSN WYSN SunShlne A Cappella Crescendo Student Councll Morns Allen Powers Basketball Baseball Mr New Castle Honor Society Lmda Lane Plunkltt Beta Band Prom Decorotnon F B L A Latin Club Sr Invntatlon Comm Honor Society Gunars Galdls Anna Ruth Ralns Robert Richard Pufnms ROSENNIAL Ramsey Student Councul WYSN N Fl College Prep Pres Buble Club Course Honor Socuety Pless Club Jr Rotarlan Latnn Club o I . . , - Jr., . las , ' 1 - , Basketball, N.F.L. , ' ' ' Comm. . H . . -- ' I ' , . . . l I O- Jack E Razor Basketball Football C Captaln Track HI Y Baseball Sr Motto Comm Prom Decoratnon Comm Fzfly Num Sensors Carol Lynn Rea Gary Dean Allen Edward Lynn Nelson Gordon Rnley RosENNlAL G A A Reece Reese Ruchey Ruddle Beta Pres Band Band Baseball F B L A Honor 50C'elY Pep Band DECA Dance Football Mgr Prom Tables and SunShme Altruso Crescendo Attendant Drlvlng Club Chalrs Comm Cadet Teaching Sclenee Club Student Council Secy Harvest Hop Queen HI Y Glrls State Phyllus Ann Rlggs PHOENIX Latin Club Macerettes J lnvntattons Comm Jackle Wendell Beverly Jane Clifford Edward Orvrlle Thomas Wlllram Robert Rlgney Rlley Roberts Robmson Rogers Ht Y F B L A Golf Hr Y Engllsh Malor Baseball Mgr Prom Tables and SunShlne Prom Tables and Basketball Chalrs Comm DECA Chairs Comm Mgr Gurls Concert FB L A HI Y Chaur Questers Hr Y Latvn Club Jr lnvltatrons Drlvlng Club Prom Tables and Comm Chairs Comm Honor Society Harvey S Ross DECA WYSN Electronlcs Club Pres Delbert Eugene Janet Sue Rush Rgw Beta Altrusa Basketball s""Sl""e Fooybull Macerettes Fifty lzlght Spamsh Club Band Barbara A Russell Buble Club Treas F B L A Sr Song Comm Gsrls Concert Chour Donald R Sampley Football Wrestllng Almalea Saylor Beta A Cappella Glrls Double Quintet Glrls Concert Cholr Crescendo F BLA Macerettes G A A Press Club I e . u . . . , ... 1 . .... 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I , 1 . ., I .... ,.... 1 .-- Wllma Chrlshne Schyler F B L A F H A Seniors Delores Ann Barbara Ann Myra Nan Sells Schroth Sears F H A Beta Beta Grrls State SU"Sh"'e Mocerenes FH A Mocerettes GA A Parluamentarlan Sponush Club Secy Orchestra Treas Trolan Trtbune Sr Flower Comm Honor Soclety Sr Flower Comm Terrence Thor Semler Honor Society Sclence Club Pres Treas Jr Rotarlan Press Club N F L WYSN Delorls Sue Peggy Jean Shelton Shoemaker Busuness Malor Spanush Club Roger Phrlllp Srdwell Art Malor Gilbert Dean Smith Industrual Arts Malor Dtanne Ruth Solrda Beta Sgt at Arms DECA Treas Dance Attendant Curtain Call SunShme Class Play Spanish Club Joan Lee Soot Beta SunShlne F H A Treas Prom Decoratron Comm Margaret M Norma Jean Robert Wllltam Ralph Robert Smlth Smrth Smith Smoot Home Economrcs Malorette Machlmst Club F F A s Malor gem 5Un5h,,-,e Vnce Pres Band Pep Band F BLA Bvsebvll Spanish Club Sr lnvltatlon Comm Orchestra Band Macerettes Druvrng Club Davrd Evan Paul D Staggs Sponnufh Wrestlnng Curtann Call Baseball Electronics Club Joyce Deanne Stearnes PHOENIX Co Ed Altrusa Honor Society lam Club GAA Spannsh Club Vnce Pres Sr Motto Comm Buble Club Beta Donna Jean Stephens Band Plfly Mm o xQ' V 'X C 0 . 1 me t , , A f i . yt if I lx if L 'J it ' , 'V ' ' ' ' ' ' , . . ., Pre . , .... 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I Class Play Characteruzes Typucal Teenagers Joe Baruat .lo Ann Ab hure Joy Yockey Judy Day Mul on Ashby and Louuse Draper study the munuatuue stage set whuch was reproduced on a bugger scale at the Castle Theatre 17 semor class play 4, ui was presented Curtaun Going Up the l956 u March 22 and 23 atre Selected by matucs class, thus was a play wuthun very luttle scenery story featured the bug hugh school dr n the Castle The the semor dra unusual comedy a play requurung The true to Iufe productuon of a amatucs class and much of uts actuon took place un the auduence It was a story about teen agers and theur personal problems and was centered around the conflucs encountered durung rehearsal peru ods, such as crossed up hugh school romances, the dusappearance of play books, and the unterruptuon of a professuonal actress The comuc lunes, beluevable and amusung char acters, and luvely actuon combuned to make thus an outstandung hut Top pucture Eruc May, Susan Baker Nuck Goor, Sharon Stephens, Bull Adams, and Nancy Bond Bottom pucture Terry Parker, Dranne Soluda Nancy Stoops, Davud Lucas, Gaul Hern, Anuta Brummett, and Bessue Clearwater Suzy 9 l v A ' ,"' 'ii , X, - -3,2531 3 V i " 5 ,. - si ,, 1 Y t l f ig.: f ws " - ff t wx ,V 3 4 ', V A 5 ,Q - , W x u If 3' , s ' , , ' , 't , ' I, + X516 ut . . ,, ' I I 1 ,, W f 5 , .' . y X . . . . , wg l - J I - . fx? ' Senlor Classes Qffer Advanced Trarnmg Research themes for Mr Jackson s college preparatory sensor Engllsh class were topics of much conversation as students like Edna Cralg and Nancy Stoops worked for hours and hours doing research planmng and wrrtlng It was hard work too preparing re ports on lrfe rn foreign lands but such dlscus sions and Mlss McCord s colored slrdes of the Orrent made world lnterature mterestlng Office machrnes was another popular sen lor class which prepared students for office posntlons Barbara Gorman and Kay Hull were chrnes comptometers electric typewrlters and other complrcated machrnes For seniors who were speclflcally unter ested rn the teachlng profession cadet teachlng provided lnslght and understandnng as students asslsted teachers at the ele mentary bulldmgs and rumor hugh school Cadet teachers seated are Carolyn Groves Norma Hagerty JoAnn Abshlre Sharon Stout Judy Day and Carol Rea Standmg are Barbara Sears Edna Crarg Lmda Pnerce and Nancy Stoops Null Um I O C . I . I ' I I - I . two seniors who learned to use adding ma- , t , , I I Q I I I ' . I ' V . D I ' Seniors Sharon Kay Stephens N F L Debate WYSN FHA Spannsh Club Class Play Girls State Lmda Wlmmer Alton D Stone Sfgckfon Machlnlst Club Beta SunShme Sefv A Cappella Yell Leader F B L A Spamsh Club Peppermlnt Twlrl Macerettes Attendant Prom Decoratnon Honor Society Comm Football Nancy Ellen Stoops Curtain Call Beta SunSl-une Sr Color Comm Cadet Teaching Prom Decorotlon Comm Class Play Macerettes Sharon Lea Stout GAA Pres Sgt at Arms SunShnne Altrusa Cadet Teaching Prom Decoratlon Comm Sr Color Comm Macerettes Beta Joyce Rae Surber Busmess Mayor Treva Mary Band Prom Decoratlon Comm Sr Color Comm Crescendo Mrchael Roy John R Thomas Charles R Donald Joseph Anna Frances Thalls Bflskelbvll Thompson Tlchenor Toller Golf Football Basketball Student Council Curtaln Call Football Track HI Y Crescendo Curtain Call SunShlne FBLA Crescendo Macerettes Questers Chaplarn Buble Club Secy Prom Decoration Glrls Concert Comm Chorr Dnvung Club Sr Song Comm Carolyn Joan Carl Arlen Troxell Turner F B L A Wood Shop Suzy Tue Malor Helen D Upchurch Beta G A A SunShme Curtaln Call Prom Decoratlon Comm Sr Color Comm Macerettes Prlscllla F Upchurch Prom Refreshment Comm Chairman Macerettes F B L A Sr Flower Comm Charles E Michael Vorls Van Matre DECA FFA Sutton ' Semors James W Walcott PHOENIX HI Y DECA Prom Decoratron Comm Mr DECA Questers Hr Y Spamsh Club Robert Wllson Jerry Woodrow Marrlyn Sue Walcott Walden Wallen Golf Football Beta Sunshine Football Basketball Crescendo GAA Basketball Machrnlst Club A Cappella Vrce Pres Macerettes F BLA Curtain Call Press Club Honor Socaety Carmel Jean Warner Beta FHA Treas Pres Sr Flower Comm Grrls Concert Cholr Pres Peppermrnt Twrrl Attendant Prom Decoratnon Comm Kathleen Marne Watt Honor Socnety Trogan Trubune A Cappella Electronrcs Club Altrusa latln Club Scrence Club Mark Edward Robert A Martha L Carolyn Sue Mary Jo Whlte Mary June Whlte Weudltk Webster Weddell Weggg SunShnne Busrness Malor Hr Y es Boys State Latm Club A Cappella Bela Football Latm Club Glrls Concert F H A 'track Chou. Scsence Club Cross Country F H A Song Spanrsh Club Leader Boys 57096 Lahn Club GAA Darrelle G Whrteman PHOENIX A Cappella Crescendo Grrls Concert Chonr SunShlne Press Club Mocerettes Robert Leon Wrles Basketball Baseball Honor Socuety Pres Jr Rotarran Mr Basketball Darlene Elrzabeth Wrllrams G A A Secy Band Pep Band Honor Socrety Joyce Leeanw Wllls Beta Macerettes Pres latan Club Sr Color Comm Joyce Ann Wnlt ROSENNIAI. Honor Socaety Madrugal SunShme Spanrsh Club Chaplam Beta Secy Sr Motto Comm A Cappella Crescendo 0 - . I ' 1 ,..., ,... ., , f . . . .. , , . . . . . . . . '- Pr ' ' , . ..., . . . . .... , . ..., . . ' ' ' I . . . , . , f , , Jacquelrne Jo Wood Beta G A A Madrugal SunShrne Macerettes F B L A Press Club S1113 Thrre Seniors Mary Lou Woolsey Curtain Call Sr Invitahons Comm Band GAA Latin Club Cloretta Carolene Worley urls Cancer! Choir Druvlng Club Joy Lee Yockey Conley A Curtain Call N L e a Class Play F H A ecy Vice Pres Latin Club Macerettes Zornes Mochlnlsl Club Delma Hill Prater Business Mayor Training Choir Sr Motto Comm Not Pictured C Frank Dennis Christine M Julia M Gordon G Kermit C Paul D Business Motor Greene Kingery Pierce Razor Roseberry Splceland Transfer Business Mayor Academic Course Questers H Kennard Transfer Weadlck Eric May and Mary Jo White show several of the foreign students around to various class rooms After school a coke party and dance were sponsored by the senior English classes and Trolan Tribune staff In honor of the students who delighted the seniors with their entertainment i 2 inn four o - .F, ., B I ' ' ' ' ' Q G' , . . ., s ., I . . . . i-Y Foreign Student Day was a very exciting one in NHS. Here Joy Muray, Sue Shelton, Mark ' nf: ' i 4 will l is y " ' Af fi . Top Seniors Win National, Local Thor Semler and Kathleen Watt brought honors to N.H.S. in national competition. Thor won honorable mention in the Westinghouse Science Talent Search and Kathleen was ranked in the upper one per cent of all students who took the National Merit Scholarship test. Both students vied with thousands of others all over the United States. :fis- Named Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow in NHS, Barbara Sears qualified for state competi- tion by having the highest score on a written ex- amination testing her homemaking knowledge. Sara Hines was elected by her classmates as the D.A.R. Good Citizen on the basis of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Awards i Marching together - 260 strong -- we were proud to be the largest graduating class in the history of N.H.S. Led by Miss Catherine Ratclifle, senior sponsor, we tried not only to be the biggest graduating class but also the best. Class president, David Paul, spoke to us seriously, and the dramatics class, directed by Miss Annette Gillentine, gave us an entertaining look into the future at Class Day. Baccalaureate was a serious occasion, as we wore our caps and gowns for the first time and listened to Rev. George Scutt. Perhaps the most serious occasion for all, however, was Commence- ment, May Bl, when Dr. Robert Pierce addressed the class and we received our diplomas. 1 5lAllj"l'll-l c WCS" 36 sr 'Y' L E Choosung class rungs, meet ung as a group for the furst tume plannung Prom, and sponsorung theur dance on February 3 were outstand ung actuvutues of the uunuor year The class was led by Bull Tallman presudent Kay Chambers, secretary, Bud Fusher, vuce presudent, Jane Jordan treasurer and Mrs M red Fleet, the cass sponsor Row l Larry Abrell Barbara Abston Jerry Albertson Garry Anspach Gaul Arthur Gerald Ayres Gene Bauley Row 2 Dan Baker Geoft Baker Jum Baker Lunda Baldock Judy Ballard Joe Bath Gayle Bavender Row 3 Joan Bennett Maxune enson Sa y Burch Wan a B ackburn Jerry Bland Let a Blevuns Kurt Baugh Row 4 Margaret Bowsman Jum Boyd Duck Braunard Duck Bran ham Barbara Brandt Ernue Brat ton Estal Brenneman Row 5 Paul Brown Januce Brownung Joan Brownung Jane Brock Harold Brown Morgue Brown Marshel Brown Row 6 Faye Brumley Charles Carton Evelyne Carnes ay Carter Margaret Carter ar Catron Kay Chambers sud ' ' I J G G H J is A A gi, - ' I Q1 ' ef A h ' v , ' 1 ', - , I7 2 'L' , lf I I we as- , ,.. - ,- ,-,L sw is ... - . 1 , 6 K A , V bv ' I ' I if M Z, E J. ,. 1:-' , , . 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Jo-fr 4 ,EI P A I 7 I , K gf , ' L- . ,. , , E I Row l Danny Clutton Betty Cochran Genevueve Coftey lounse Cooper Rod Cooper Harry Coun celler Harold Cowan Row 2 Duck Cox Ronnie Cox Logan Crabtree George Crandall Joseph Crawford Johnny Cross Wxlbur Cross Row 3 Make Dann Davld Davls Ronnie DeCoursey Eugene Duck Floyd Dlcken Gaul Donlca Joyce Dowell Row 4 Arnold Dudley Jum Ed wards Donna Ellus louella Evans Bob Fadely Richard Fisher Bud Fisher Row 5 Ruth Ann Forbes Rose Ann Fox Carol Garrard Henry Gentry Jerry Gold Johnny Good wvn Rees Gordon rlner H e e n GrlHln Joyce Gustln Laura Hagerman Richard Halfacre Joyce Hall Row 7 Norma Kay Hanmng Mary Harding Bully Harrell Clyde Hatley Jack Haynes Chester Hodgm Marcua Hodson Row 8 Ernest Hoel Arnold Hubbs Gene Hull Bully Hunter Margaret Jessee Jane Johnson Jam Johnson Row 9 Jane Jordan Don Joyner Davnd Judoy Row IO Joyce Kelsay Don Kendall Marlorne Kendall R w ll Jock Kennedy Jam Kung Vondo Kung These members of Mr Robert Wnghts lumor dromatlcs class worked In commlttees to make a step by step report on the duties of a play productuon T I I I ' , . 3' I I . , , , I I I I + , ' . I I I I , , T I , . I I ' , . Row 6 - Dixie Gregory, Ronald G. I I . . l , , , . ,. I I , . , . T I I I . I , . T I , . 1 I , . o - , ' , . - . . . . Juniors 43 xg an ,4 S-4 Q 5 4 K fc-4' uf' JS QA -.f ru 2 ,,, ,,.. 22 l sv """' nv v no L A A Sfxlx fight .42 Have we iuniors learned any- thmg smce our freshman year? This question was answered for all rumors who took the Iowa less Some of them are shown here talung the two day exams In the gym Row 1 Bea Kay Lawson Lloyd Koger Bull Kllnger Row 2 Rosa Lee Carol Lenz Ronme Lmes Row 3 Mary Lord Bob Lu ellen Dallas Lunsford Row 4 McClann Mahun Marcum Bob McCartt Anne Sheila McGinnis Jan arry M a p I e He en Leonard Maynard Row 5 Meese Allce Meeks Nancy Sonny Mules Suzanne Montgomery Bull Moore Victor Mukes Patty Mundell Row 6 Myers Newby Mike Murray O T Joe Nelrsnck Charlotte Phyllus Nrbarger Wanda Nuckols James Nupp Row 7 Von Norman Muke Hugh Prerson Juamta Ralnes Jlm Raines Row 8 Joanne Ramey Patrlcla amey Bob Rector Ronme Reeves Jack Reno Sarah Jane Reuter Don Race Row 9 Jaclue Ruchman Melvrn Rnd le Duane Rrdenour Bob Roberts Tum Rogan Cova Rose berry Paul Roseberry Row 10 Bob Row George Rus sell Dale Rust Jam Seward Mary Sharp Jrm Shepherd Marilyn Shepherd Row ll Rees Sheppard Nancy Shock Manlyn Shoclzley Jlm Shortrrdge Dallas Srdwell Duck Snmmons Nora Skarnelrs my .5 v ' . . ig? 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Q-5 I , , ' . 1 . . , W F M 3 W ' , ' L Q - L Row I Audrey Smuth Damel Smtth Jack Smuth Bonnne Souther land Betty Stephens Viola Steph ens Rosemary Surber Row 2 Arthur Sutherland Carol wum Caroline Swelgart Bull Tallman Don Taylor Jam Thrasher lunda Troxell Row 3 Turner Melvun Tyner Cheryl Van Jerry Wadman James Walker Davld Wallace Betty Tucker Margve Busklrk Row 4 Wallen Ward Arnold Wallen Marcla Lnn a Waln Louise Reba Wardlow Marlorue Warner Bull Weesner Row 5 Elnora White Judy Whiteman D o h r m a n Whitton Charlotte Wulllams Dtana Wll rams Ear Wnlkunson Jamce WIlllDmS Row 6 Jewell Wllson Martha Welt Mary Wvlt Edsel Wmnlng ham Jam Worthtnglon David Wrnght Ann Yockey Row 7 Merl York These students, Joe Net rlnck, Ronnle DeCoursey, Margaret Bowsman, Ro.a Lee Bob McCartt Charles Hale Edsel Wmnmgham and George Crandall fund learning easter as they watch movtes ln class Jumors ix J'-. 14 Q-f 5, if 'C-7 1 Q99 'Q qv' sv , 'T' ' yd 0' an -1'-4 xx Nlllt lme o -Z 5' 1 -' we , 'I I. F: A Q. 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BJ' Good speech s Important t everyone and Mass Jaunlto Rucker explaunmg practuce or formlng vowel sounds to these eager sophomores R w 'l Duxue Acton James Agee Warren Akers Row 2 Anna Alderson Mlke Allen Phll Alexander Row 3 Mary Kay Anderson Sarlene Anderson Vu ors Atasenko Row 4 Lnnda Barley Sue Ann Baker Dnxne Baldock Jean Bal ar Linda Ballenger Celia Balph Sue Barks Row 5 Bruce Batchfneld Rlch ard Bell Kenneth Bennett Lana Berlln Audrey Bertram Bess John Beyer Davld Row 6 Patsy Bnllnngs Mary Ann Burch Nancy Black l.eon ackburn Jack Blevms ax Bokma Ann Bouslog Row Charles Bradshaw Prusculla Brandt Grace Brught Bob Brawn Janet Brown Judy Brown larry Brown Row B Gordon Broyles Carol r ant Sylvia Burgess Phlllp Bur on Jlm Bush Jack Byrd Blll Caldwell Row 9 Martha Caplenger larry Cardwell Bonme Carender Sabra Carmack Frances Carter ex Carter Jeanne Cash Row 10 Carol Cashdollar Agnes Catron Ronald Caulk Jerry Chesher Betty Chllds Rose mary Clark Inez Clay Row ll John Cleveland larry Clunton Janet Converse Sylvna onway B e t t y Cooper n Cooper Judy Covey Row l Bob Cox Bryanl Craug o eruck Cruss u d y Cross Phyllus Crowhorn Kay Crum Bob Dvssv Row 2 Judy Dallon Nadlne Daniels Lunda Davldson louella Davvdson Belly Davus Carole Davns Jamce E Davis Row 3 Janncel Davls Polly Davns Rose Ann Davis Sue Davns Lella Day Alnce Delllnger Joyce Dcnney Row 4 Wanda Derbyshire Glenna Dushman Donald Donlca Sandra Drabung Bully Duvall Jerry Dye Joyce Dye Row 5 Jerry Eans Davnd Flemmg Sherrlll Flelcher Bobble Flowers Loretta Forbes Juanula Fousl Sandro Frazier Row 6 Jerry Frosl John Garvey Bull Garvin Peggy Glas Robert Gorman Belly Jane Gough Dallas Gregory Row 7 Jlm Gregory Tom Grlbbons Brenda Grlflllh Barbara Hacker David Hall Gloria Hall Lyman Hall Raw 8 Gloss Hamby Homer Hammond Kaye Hamner Martha Hardacre Sandy Hartgrave Patty Harding Paul Hardwick Row 9 Linda Hawluns Hnlda Hay Bob Hnday Row I0 m Hull Marilyn Hull Row ll Bruce Hlmes George Hunes Jerry Hunes Arranging schedules as one ol the blggest problems of fhe year Here Dean Ruchard Longenecker as helping Ralph Rlddle and Roberl Gorman seled the classes lhaf wull be besl for lufure use .4 ,.f 74 ' .rw I 'cr xv, e 3' 5,- I 'G' .1 f7 ,- r LJ vp-Q 'Ol ,gs .vb 0 sr f-'v 'Z' ye, he A-ll Sophomores ,Qu 4 f-v L J Sezvnh One' R d ' v , J , N ' f , 4 ,. U- 1 9 cry. . .-.g za , ' -' 5 ' V r 1 K 'T' x . , " . ' ' . ' - . fd v - l 1 ' "n ' - . K' H I Y 1 ' 4 1 i '. -'se ,e Q2 J .- F5 , , . . v .- .. an 4 5 V " 4" 5 V- ' ' ' K J ' 'J' .g, - - ,F V . ' ' , Y 4. , - f ,V K a I A vu - .- 5- 8 V ' T? x ' ' ' f . .. :La ' - '- ' " Q-Q ' -,: 1 . A- f'.'Qfn 4 I I ' l ' l-is y . D- img if 9 Q , N I ki 'gjj .yy ' 1 - , 1 - E. , 'J 1 s co, , Y , , , , . ' A x 3 A W ,LS n X 1-g Q ' K -.-.bf 1 M . 'F' Q ' , ., ' 1 W. , t K , 1 ' , - 'Yr l.l..L1 f J: ' - ' , . ,- T. , we- ' Y.. , 3 Q' ' A F 97' -2, - . -ny I ' ' ' 'L I I ' A 4 - , ' 1 A t' .l f 4 . . 19", Q ' , kk at ag , fl. F 4, -, 1 .ll ' , lilly Hill, V ""' 2, A ' Y -. '. - -- . , f Q" if 43, 2 ' s- ' N f ' e . ' f 2 , A :X A . L Vg- Y? 7 X ' 1 l 'A . , . Sophomores val se.. Yi' 430' fo' C' 7 17 Sumzlx Tua Q"' .W f--Q ,,".f.l' My ,A an 19' , 1 0 Q, nv ncaa? uf.. .ef " v 'E .4 itil' ns I -v Patty Hardmg Darlene Slavm and Slu Worl lhree very curlous sophomores have discovered e new and useful ball pomt pen machine ln lhe mann hall Raw l Claude Hanlon Lunda Hoagland Jam Hopluns Row 2 Judy Huddleslon Allce Hughes Kay Humphrles Row 3 B Imel Anne en nlngs Davnd Johnson Row 4 Ruth Ann Johnson Tom Jo nson Ph Irs Jones Esther Kendall James Kendall Melvun Kendall Julie Kerr Row 5 Kenl Klnerl Mary Klrkendoll Linda Klrkpalrlck Anne Krausbauer Barbara Lacy Betty Land John Lane Row 6 Joyce lanzer Frankue Lawson Rex Lawson Bll ee David Lee Row 7 Joyce Lee Charles Llsler Phllvp Luvezey Gayle Llvers Oradean Logan Sue Lovely Joan Lucas Row 8 Llnda McCarlhy Arl McCorkIe Pele M c C o r m a c lc Evelene McFarland Don McKee Mary McGary John Mclaughlm Row 9 George McMullan Laverne McMuIlan Vance Whorler Davsd Malcom Carolyn Mann bary Marcum Sue Mark Row l0 Larry Marlow Larry Marsh Mary Marhn Larry Masengale Larry Mason Elame Massengale Harold Meadows w l Calherlne Meece Jackie Mellon Helen Maller John Mllllkan lllle Msn on Bob Morgan Judy Myers J 4 , ' ' on if 5' :L 21 ' S ' . or L . . . Q ' 4 Q f" 1 JJ A "V C ' A I ' I- if U 5 ill , J . , 4 ' ' L t " 4 H gi. ' rf 4. 1 W J L.. K L uf I 1-' - , C H A -f nw f h , yu' , ' l' "pf f J ' . ' ,V I Q I ,b ? ,.., :E-'j' . . S' :3TT . 'k g ' . ' sf 4 ' f I' - . . ,J f Zr, . x, .,,. I a-.- 4 ' V :J - ' , V ' "" L jjgf. " x 'L' ' , - - - , F, .Q l l W :fe u "-' -'-:' A v"'f A y f 'A ' ' .- -,,' I" It " 'Q e , ir. N , X . 5 K .- - , ' ..,A "',.: J ':" EQ, Q' f f fi, J' Laurie, Evelyn Lewman, Jerry A fy .E ,fail or A , - ' , ' ' L ' 4' .V 'M J :ff J ' 'L V . .1- '.r. ' ' if , ig . ,.V. I 'EI' I .,., My f 5, A V . T I , u I g .ITE ...,.. ., V V Vw My , , . t , A 1, L, Q : . A '23, J , ' , a A gg. . - ' , W 27' I I I . , ,"' s , , J H ' , 'fly ., , ' k . I ' . , , ' , c- ! g -I " 1. 4 1 . T 4- . W L 'Pl f -' 'gl ' '.. 2, 1 1' . ' Q-f , J nv- if - 4.2 , , ' A . V V f my . , I V . , ll , , 2 or if E 2 ' .Th 1?"1 3 Ro 1 - ' . x rf. , , -- , 8-I f "5 ' ' A J I . Row l Elalne Neal Julle Nefl Wlllard New Mackey Ocker Fred Over Shtrley Owens Tom Pente cost Row 2 Betty Perry Donuel Pey ton Leon Phelps Gene Phupps Chrustune Planeaux Judy Polson Lora Polston Row 3 Peggy Poole Tom Pope naro Putnlns Charles Ra nes Be ty Rams Ernue Roms Glen Ray Row 4 Terry Reece Byron Rees Dorothy Reese Ruth Reese Byron Reochart Suzanno Recd Joyce Rickard Row 5 Tom Racks Ralph Ruddle Charlene Rlley Deanna Rltchne Frances Roach Elome Roberts oe Roberts Row 6 John Roberts Lando Roblnson Charles Rogers Garnet Roseberry Jerry Russell Roy Rus sell Dale Salyers Row 7 Karlls Sanders Davld Saylor Deanna Saylor Suzanne Sears Duane Selke Jane Sells Mlldred Shaw Row 8 Joe Shlrk Dorothy Shoop Judy Shortrudge Vnrgll Shortrldge Eflue Sndwell Kenneth Sudwell Darlene Slavnn Row 9 Beverly Slettvet Jlm Small Susan Smaley Row IO Barbara Smuth Kent Smnth Larry Smlth R w ll Laura Moe Smlth Mary Smith Vlrgrnua Smith Many students take txme out for a drunk between classes Doug Walls and Ruth Johnson say flrst some hrst served as late comer Kent Smsth watts has turn E' Q9 QQ. 'rv 11 Sophomores fr -, YA? 1 Y' ,f 7 KJ 5 C' 1" Nr unix fhrf Sophomores ITU vu- 4, Jul 9' 4 Set enty Four Row l Elduva Spvcer Jody Stearnes Ted Stephens M a x Stevens Lynda Stephens Drew Stephens Bob Stoops Row 2 Janet Stoots Jerry Stoats Howard Stults John Sul lnvan Tom Summers Carolyn Tungate Tom Swayzee Row 3 Charles Teague Janet Thomas Danny Thompson Larry Thompson Dan Thompson Gary Tower Phyllns Turner Row 4 John Tyner Sue Tyner B ll Upchurch Lynn Upchurch Sharon Vaught Regnna Vlncent Betty Walker Row 5 Doug Walls David Wal lace Kevun Wallen Mary Warren Bull Weaver Duck Webster Phll Webster Row 6 Vesta West Ronnie Wheeler Carolyn White Janet White Greta Wuggans Carole Wllllams Murvel Wulllams Row 7 Jack Wnlson Gerald Wlnnangham Marcra Winslow Stuart Worl Genevieve York Herbert Zachary Ah study hall the place to solve all those problems Whom shall I take to the dance? or Could you get your dads car tomght'9 might be the problem con tamed In the note Bruce Humes seems to be possmg to Bob Hlday I J ',,x 5 J , l i X I' 'I V .VHA E, ' VAV77 Y Refs, lrils ' - L f ' , 6? f 'A lk!! L, V V 4, - ' I, I, I - I -Y V' mf. ff ' J ,. s -f J T J s J gf fs: f A 'Q A , .x .. W W ,, I -t'. T Q" .:l-' l',.,l ', .sfl 1-- file - V4 2 V,- A zz. t ' g . L E ' T so are so T . I ' . I .1 ,J .,,tQ " l,,,,, X S s ,, sw , ' ' A L , f..e , e--' , ,fa L " "" ' , ' T . - ' Q llls- ".l' 1 '21, 4' 1. J -l - - , - Q: ,..: A ,- ! A - gf, V In A, if - - , . - 1 I 5 1 ,, ' A,,'.-.A f ,. ,:.::, I W 5. 1 - ' F A V -- " f I qt, X J V M Q I q I . l I I f I I .' 3 ' ' Bamed freshmen asked many upperclassrnen to dared them to rooms at the begunnung of the year Here Nan Hams Phyllus Ballmger and Donnie Hlggms stall wonder nf they have found the rrght class Row l Phulllp Abshrre Charles Acrey Judy Acton Row 2 Douglas Adams John Alcorn Becky Alexander Row 3 Marxlyn Amburgey Beverly Amos Ann Anderson Raw 4 Dennrs Anderson Jack Anderson Nula Anderson Melvrn Anspach Llnda Armstrong Joyce Arnette Ruta Arthur Row 5 Jlm Ashley Sharon Babbitt Carolyn Baganz Judy Barley Ann Baker Charles Baker James Baker Row 6 Rrchard Baker Jnmmy Barkley Phyllus Balllnger Wen Bays Connre Beall Row 7 Marulyn Bennett J wana Bennett Jack Bennett eesta Bel Robert Bell ar Bell Shannon Beam Row 8 Sandy Bennett Larry Benson Bully Bertram Rlchard Bess Beverly Buckel Darwrn Blankenshnp Steve Bond Row 9 Wylre Bowllng Stuart Bowers Gerry Bowser Walter Bowsman Gunny Boyd Shrrley Boyd Carol Boyles Row IO Morgue Boyles Ronnre Boyles Jack Bralnard Duck Bram mer Gretchen Brenneke Ruth Bright Charles Brown Row ll Marne Brown Rtchard Brown Rodney Brown Theda rown Jrm uck Phy Ins urd Carol Burke ,aa- 3 'C' 79 on . ft g- . 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J J A xi ...Q- -,C ..- 'K I f' 0 ,- .qv Freshmen 'SAG' ul .J. ,gnu 3 4l A AG- qv- f af nav 1' 4, i 1 Seunly Fne Freshmen if in vi uv-' 41 J ns xA .4 bezenly Six If VW X3 15 40 ,4 U hw!" gf:-x ff Row l Ruth Byers Melinda Ca dwell W e n d e I I Caldwell Thadelle Camp Donald Carender Melvln Carender David Carter Row 2 Don Carter Fred Carter Ruckey Carter Welby Cash Anna Cecr Vlrgunra Chambers Nancy Chostarn Row 3 Vetra Cheek Donna Clayborn Marne Claywell Stephen Clearwater Jam Cleveland Clnnton Phul Coftey Raw 4 Leroy Coffman Bruce Colluer Phyllrs Colyer Ray Con ner Danny Conway Glenda Cooper Davnd Cox Row 5 Bruce Cox Hulda Cox Davud Crabtree Eldon Crabtree Wanda Crabtree Carol Cravq Judy Crandall Row 6 Bll Criss Sherman Crlswell Carol Crass Dean Cross Don Crass Benny Davas Carol Davus Row 7 Jarvls Davls Judy Davrs o Davns Muke Davls Ste a Davls Port Davldscn Johnny Davudsan Row 8 Eduth Delk James Delk Roy Denney Linda Dlshman Ray Drs man Paul Dobbs Ro ert Dock Row 9 Phyllis Dudley Joyce Duncan Patty Jo Dunn Row IO Vu I Dyer Luc: e Eaton Steve Esham w l Carol Evans Carol Fadely Hershel Fairchild Proud students gaze at the Hugh land Trophy won by the freshman team early ln the basketball sea son The trophy case full f honors won by Trolan teams of past years I .Z - 'I I ' I I J, ' Q A IV1'h5T, ,- rl? 7 4' 5 , A. 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Biology mlroduces the wonders of sclence Oo freshmen Here Mr Robert Runeharl rs explarnung lhe ports of a plan! ro Ollre Sleele ond Pere Speers Row l Marvrn Falrchrld Caro lyn Farmer Lewns Ferguson Row Kathy Fisher Darlene Ford Nancy Ford Row Phyllis Ford Vrrgrnra Ford Dale Foster Row 4 Judy Francisco Phnl Frazler Dorns Frosl Ronald u re Larry Gord Palsy Dean Garner Cecil Genlry Row 5 Sharon Good Jerry Goodung Larry Goodung John Gordon Sondra Gorman Jimmy Grablll Davud Gray Row 6 Green Opal Green Richard Wnllre Grrffun Beverly Linda Groce Carol Ann Russell Gufley Groce Groves C arles Hale ous Larry Hacker Eddie Hale Hale Wendell Hamlllon Bertram Hancock Row 7 Hacker Ronald Row 8 Davrd Hannon Peggy Hardung David Hargns Vnolel Hargrs Harley Zachary Betty Hams Nan Hams Row 9 Angelrne Harler Loss Holley John Hay JoAnn Healh Charles Heck Duane Hendrix Davnd Hrckman Row l0 Delma Hacks Carole Haart Don Huggins Mrke Hrnes James Hollan Joyce Hoopm garner Ronme Hopkuns R w ll Ruta Hoppes Judy Huckeby Glorra Huffman John Huffman Alice Hunler Bull H rl Judy Hyden Freshmen BEST uurr. as 4 6' is uv -0 V4 X1 C' E' "' gf' Q92 3 Qw- "Y vw!! if' 5 I' sr' x Y QE Sezenlx Nfltll . . . J A ' F ll V: I 5' . A ...A , ' .-1. rf ' K ., ' . A J V 2 - ' , n qi a 5 , 3 - , I . . . .,, l , AA 1 Q ly 7. ' 11' , 3. rl 1 ' I ' ' ,9 F1 e 1 rf ' , ' , F F- 4 - , ' ll, , ' x ' ' g 1' I ' XX Q I X , . Q I 0 3, f' u ' ., . 1 . ' "' . - v' QQ Q , , - cv ., ' J 5 ' , ' D Q I " , fl- R 1- N- .W5 I. 5- . Q.: f ' V 1 v if J 'A , - f ' 'X -A I?-fm :QQ I ' ' .:, Q? I ' ' ' ' I ' , - " WS , .ac ,R V T, ,J , 4 N , - h , L ' F ..- , is N -13 ff J ' , , ,N U .42 K 4 ,. 4, , K' 3, A Q ' .. :- -- , ' ,f as f ' . ' ' 1 xv. "- . 1 . I ix l J 1' , , . 17 VJ , l 1 Q Q-A I Q ' ' . 1 1 ' , . ' A, 1 . r -' T I I . my it . - P , - V J X I ' 1 A . ' I Y ' 1 f J .lflsrlf 1 i o - . - V A 'yi A , ' A, y V. I A , , U . - - Freshmen AG 1' W! 71' ,al 'Nui' Ns Y W! ' K lllf A ,nr P 2.9 Se: enty Ezght Z HQ. g? hmm if ms...-Q C, 4. if ,gt Row l Anna May lrwm Mal colm Irvun Davud Jackson Anne Jacobs Lmda Jettrles Etta Jett Judy Johnson Row 2 Llnda Johnson Pat Johnson Make Jonnes Ronald Jones Georgra Jordan Melvun Jordan Steve Judkms Row 3 Shurley Keaton Myrna Krlley Arnold Kendall Nancy Kendall Wullnam Kendall Kenny Key Mark Knotts Row 4 Davud Lacy Judy Lamb Jean Lange Linda Laurue um Lawson Anna Layne Carolyn ee Row 5 Frances Lee Harrlett Leggett Helen Lester Carol Lewls Sharon Lnnk Faye Lockrldge Allan Lopez Row 6 Danny Lowder Danny Lowe Jerry Lowe Suellen Lowery Donnue Luellen Sandra Luellen Frank McCord Row 7 Bob McCorkle Bully McGulI Mlke McGraw Bertle Mc Iver Thomas Malloy Carol Mar cum Charles Marcum Row 8 Jeanette Marcum Dorls Marguson Ruth Marlow Janet Marsh Perry Martm Rebecca Massengale Larry Mastln Row 9 Jackle May Lmda Maze Leona Gay Meese Row l0 Lnnda Meese Vallla Melrovlcs Betty Melton R w ll Neal Melton Ellen Kay Merrvll Brenda Mettert Thus look of puzzlement will soon change to understanding as these freshmen algebra students work together an groups Two heads are always better than one Wlth books books books parad mg through hrs dreams John Hay Iles exhausted surrounded by his books and papers History Eng lush math and bnology exams march on and on Row l Sue Mnles Dlxue Muller Ronald Mogle Row 2 Lmda Moore Mary Ruth Moore Phnlup Moore Row 3 Sue Morgan Bull Mor rell Barbara Mukes Row 4 Mrlre Murphy Joyce Musgrave Robert Nash Dorothy Neel Jane Neudetter Rnchard Ogborne Davud Osborne Row 5 Betty Gwunn Nancy Parker Mary Ann Patton Andy Paul Jrm Pentncut? Ronme Pey ton Davnd Plenmnger Row 6 Betsy Ptenmnger Gary Fa Prerce Gary Lee Pnerce Jessye Puercy Clarel Poore Bob E3 Popegoy Charles Prater Row 7 Rams Ramsey Reagan Row 8 Reeves Raymer Rngney Janet Prltchett Patsy Donna Ramey Charles Larry Ratcllft James Jerry Reamer Porter Rector Glorra Jo Hannah Reuter Frank Martha Rlddle lloyd Mary Ann Rnmmer Row 9 Loretta Roberts Mary o erts P I Roberts Delolce Roseberry Julue Ruddell Jaclue Ragan Jeamne Rothrocll Row IO Carolyn Rush Barry Rust Carolyn Sampley Sharon Sanders Jnmmy Sarten Manlyn Scales Tom Schacht R w ll Davld Scutt Ruall ewell Januce Shafer Patty Shelton Myra Sheftreld Betty Shelton Carlotta Shrpp X x QQ ,J vi 555' li 3' ,1 MW -41 Freshmen W ,Q 1 l Sercnly Vine . 4 . X W . , f '. X .N . 1 i gg, . -.Qgd T . .7 ' I T . I I - ' Q K 5 's ' ' f f f. 1 r S ' V ru .f .5 ' K I . T - I tg W . y J ? 1 i ,1 T . I -' A s ,. 4 ' .LM 4 'x - It ' V?.q-Q'- . Eid . 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I I r - S. i A Freshmen 354 'G' ,Us I lzzghty ij' fa 'sl-4' EF P' -1 I 'if A6 rv' far ,.. 14 u fv- J gmail? .A kv., Row I Lmda Shoemaker Barbara Skipper John Smtley Arthur Smith Hershel Smuth Linda Smith Mlldred Smith Row 2 Sylvua Sallday Mike orrell Phylls Sowers Gary Sparks Ruth Sparks Pete Speers Ralph Sprggle Row 3 Beverly Stanley Ollie eele J a n e Stephens Noel Stephens Phul Stephens Charles Stlgall Mary Sulllvan Row 4 Shlrley Surber .lune Sutton Barbara Swengart Mlke Sweugart Charles Swim Alan Taylor Geraldlne Taylor Row 5 James Thalls ue Thatcher Arthur Thomason Caro lyn Thompson Kathleen Thomp son Marchetta Thompson Carol Thurman Row 6 Phnl Tompkms Norman Tout Ronnae Tower .lnm Tranter Edrth Troxell Gerald Turner Lots Upchurch Row 7 Nadrne Upchurch Steve Upham Charles Vaughn Ralph Walcott Marilyn Wales George Wallen Dewey West Row 8 Rosella Ward George Wargny Sarah Warren Nancy Watt Davrd Watt Jack Welsh Carolyn S Whrte Row 9 .ludy White Steve White Charles Wrlkunson Glenda Wllklnson Gary Wllllams Cyn thna Wilson Dorothy Wilson Row TO Margaret Wilson Helen Walt Martha Wrnchester Dranna Woolsey Jerry Wnght Charles York Joe Young Row ll Robert Young Eugene Zrglar Mrldred Zlglor Ann Zum merman , 5. 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I' E , .,,, M 7 , x,r., Mi V , . 1 zf- lk i .... -.,. 3 Q U . , . l I 2 . 1 A .,,. i 'ir ' ' l I I "H I 1.1 'W Good readlng opens the door to many fields Dramatnzmg Englnsh luterature develops a better under sports electromcs scrences and vanous others Charles standmg and brmgs enloyment to these freshmen York works at umprovnng hrs readmg abnllty as Kenny students Acting out the play are Jowana Bennett Key Pnl Hauer and konme Broyles watch Davrd Lacy Ollre Steele and Davld Osborne Underclassmen Fund Much Varlety These mdustrlous sophomores are worklng on one of theur danly algebra assngnments Mrss Fern Hodson IS giving lndlvldJal assist ance as she makes the rounds of the classroom As the school year began many new fruendshrps were made, and old trlendshlps were renewed Realizing that the school day does not end wlth the rlnglng of the bell many underclassmen looked forward to partlclpatlon rn extra curricular actlvntues Over 900 underclassmen have worked together with the faculty and thelr frlends to make this a successful year nn NHS flgllll Um iff , ' 'Ti' 2 l "" I K ' ag Q. 5 fs, , 9 Q , Ml 3.1. e 5 . r N , I l . I l ' . I I I l ' O O , Visionar 5 y LeadersflAclvance School Program REXFORD G. WRIGHT EDGAR B. REDMAN A.B. DePauw A.B. Oakland City M.5. Indiana University B.S. Indiana State M.S. Purdue Principal Edgar B. Redman's interest in every student, in extra-curricular activities, and in scholastic achievement has made the student body and faculty admire him, as he continues to prove his ability to di- rect all school affairs with skill and iuclg- ment. From his busy office, Superintendent Rexford G. Wright manages all the affairs of the local schools, advocating high scholastic achievement and efficiency. Un- der his supervision preliminary plans for the new high school have been completed, and the construction of the first building is being started this spring. Because of their keen interest in students and in all school problems improving the educational program for the community's youth is uppermost in the minds of the New Castle School Board. Pictured here are Harry Jennings, treasurer, Doyal Plunkitt, president, Laurence Rager, Thomas Millikan, school attorney, Harry Modlin, secretary, C. W. Robinson, and Superintendent Wright. Eighty -T140 MR ROBERT ACKENHUSEN BS MS lndlana Umversnty Chemsstry Algebra MISS RUTH E ANDREWS BS MA Ball State Socual Studnes MISS LEANNA K BARKER A B Earl'1a"1 Col ge MA Indnana Unuversuty Engllsh MR BERNHARDT A BEGUHN BS MS Stout Instutute Practucal Arts Department Head Prlntlng MRS JUANITA BISHOP AB Bowllng Green College MCS lndnana Unuversuty Busuness D partment Head Business Law Bookkeepmg FBLA MISS ELIZABETH BROOKER AB Ball Sate Typmg Business Arlthmetlt MR THOMAS BOWERS BS Central Normal MS Butler Math Social Studies Questers HIY MR WAYNE CAMPBELL BS MA Ball State Crafts Woods Prlntnng MR HORACE COOK BS MA Ball State Athletuc Director and Tucket Manager Algebra MISS FRANCES EILAR BS MS Unwersrty of Minnesota Home Economucs Department Head Home Management Clothmg F H A MR MILDRED FLEET BS MS Ball S Junnor Class Ofhce Machrnes Business Englrsh MISS JAN FLEMING BS Ball State Physncal Educatuon GAA MR ROBERT FURBEE BS M S Purdue Um versrty Vocatlonol Agnculture Brology F F A MISS ANNETTE GILLENTINE BS Ball State Englrsh Dramatxcs Class Play MISS MUZETTA GUYMON A B M S Induana Relatnons MISS FRANCES HALBERSTADT AB Indiana State MA lndlana Umverslty Phoemx Rosenmal Journalrsm News Release MISS SARAH HALL AB Butler Unlverslty M A Ball State Shorthand Typing MR BERNARD HANLEY BS MS lndnana Umversuty Audio Visual Drrector MR LANGAN HAY AB Unnversuty of Ken lucky Huslory Football Golf MISS JOYCE HENDRICKS BS lndzcna Un: verslty Typmg General Business Sensor Sun Shrne MISS FERN HODSON AB Earlham MA Columbra Umversuty Mathematlcs Department Head Mathematlcs MR IVAN HODSON Earlham Columbua Umversuty Scnence Department Head Physlcs Algebra MISS MABEL HODSON AB Earlham M Columbua Unlverslty Latm Algebra Latm Club MR STERLING E JACKSON BS lndnona nr versnty Engllsh MR HURLEY JETT BS Ball State Vocational Machnne Trades and Shop Machlnust Club MISS PAULINE JORDAN BS Ball State Phys :cal Educa non Macerettes GAA Yell leaders JOHN KELLEY AB MA Ball State Englush French M G ROBERT KIRBY BS New Mexico Western MS Ball State Socval Stu ues Track Cross Country Faculty Llglllj Thru . 1 - -1 - -1 ' V' ' ' -' ' 1 1 - I' . 1 1 - 1 , , . . . .. 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K 4, ,.n.aN"' ' ' 'L -w"2n5' 'g Faculty Elghty Ezght .nh- J-AH ALVIN E LAKE BS MA Ball Sae Englnsh Attendance Dlrector MR LEWIS LARRISON BS MA Ball State Draftsng MR RALPH R LOCKE AB Nebraska S Indiana Unlversuty Industrial Arts Questers HIY MR RICHARD LONGENECKER BS Ball State MA Colorado State Dean of Boys MISS BERNIECE McCORD AB MA Indnana Unwerslty Engllsh English Department Head Trolan Trnbune MR HOMER NIFLIS BS MA lndlana Um verslty Algebra General Math Wrestlmg MISS MARTHA NUTT A B Butler BS LS University of Illunols llbrarlan MR WALTER OBRIEN BS Butler Health Basketball Baseball MISS CLEO ORR AB Ball State MA Indlana Unlversnty Refresher Math Geometry Algebra MR JACK PETERMANN BE Chlcago Teachers College MA Unnversnty of Iowa MM Chlcaga Muslcal College Vocal Director MISS LEWELTA POGUE A B lndlana Unlversuty MA Mnchngan Spanish Language Department Head Spanlsh Club Buble Club MR CECIL POWELL BS Manchester MA Ball State DE DO Job Placement Dlrector DECA MRS PHYLLIS POWELL AB Manchester, Home Economlcs FHA MR BERNARD O PRESSLER BM PSM E st man School of Muslc Music Department Chatr man Band Orchestra MISS MARY E RANKIN AB Unlverslty f Wusconsln Buology Sclence Club MISS CATHERINE RATCLIFFE A B Western Col lege MA Indlana Umverslty Latnn Registrar Sensor Class Natuonal Honor Society MR F FRANCIS REED BS MA Ball State Soclal Studles Department Head Socual Studnes MISS EVELYN RENTCHLER BS Mussouru Valleyp MS Indiana Unlversrty Dean of Garls MRS MARY RICKERT AB MA Ball State Remedlal Readnng English Beta TrlHuY MR ROBERT RINEHART BS Indlana UnlverslIy5 MA Ball State Biology MR HOBART RISLEY AB Wabash MA Ind: ana Unnversvty Engllsh Buble Club MR NOBLE RUSSELL BS Tennessee Polytechnic Welding Electrncaty Machine Shop Drawmg Questers Hn Y MISS JUANITA J RUCKER, AB DePauw Speech Radio NFL MISS HELEN RUPLEY BS Purdue Unlverslty, Social Studies Alpha Trl HI Y MRS MARGARET SANDERS AB MA Ball State Englnsh Jumor SunShlne Soclety MR WILBUR VEACH BS Ball State Physical Educatlon Basketball Track MRS MARY WAYMAN AB Muamu Umversnty MA Boll State Socnal Studles MISS LUELLA WEBB BS Ball State Advanced Foods Sewmg MR. . , . ., . . 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MR WILLIAM ZEIGLER AB Iowa Save Um MRS MILDRED POWELL BAILY RN Melhodnst School of Nursmg Indlanapolns School Nurse MRS ELIZABETH COUCH Bookkeeper Prrncupals ofhce MR RICHARD HAMILTON BS MS Soul lnslllule Dlreclor of Pracllcal Arls and Adull Education MRS EDITH INGRAM Secretary Allendance Ofllce MRS BERTHA VAN HOY Secretary Pruncupals Oliace Frlendly Deans Provide Counsel Advlce concerning sched ullng, personal problems, or vocahonal guldance IS avall able wlth a friendly smrle from the Iwo deans, Mlss Evelyn Renlchler, dean of gurls, or Mr Richard Longe necker, dean of boys Erghzy 'Ime .,.. A- L . . , . 7 Q . . . r '- ' xll qffv ' versilyp M.A. Ball Slalep Arl, "Ir Y ' 4 . , . , ' I . ' ' - 1 - ., . . I ' I I I . . . 0 0 2 8- 9 1' , k . 1 WQY55 ff? r ' V Wggiq' X f"" wg" Qi? 1 il, , ' " Rex-.gi wx 1: 1 my 4 W, A , , , f 'f K Sim- 'v ,ei I ww, ,V . I V wi, irq, ,V ,Del-ty 5 -iff" Of , 2' ' f - W , . . . M "wm.,,W 'W'1..e.W ,M i xxx Ox, Q,-Ii! 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' :Wh .Aa Rowl rosl Mr Rusley J Nupp K Chambers C Swum Muss Pogue J Murray R Ra ns ow 2 R Marlow M Smulh R Sparks L Hacker R Wardlow B cker S McGunnus P Ra ns D Row 3 Hays M Sheftueld B She ton M Smu h V Smuth G Jordan S Gorman S Groce Row 4 tephens V Ford R ughes P ht Me n M An ers n Wa n S Lue Sue Groce Drew Stephens and Patsy Rauns look through several reluguous books presented to the lubrary by the Buble Club thus year Num lu T110 e u Makes G brary lnspured luvung the goal ofthe Buble Club was furthered thus year as the c ub presented several books of a reluguous nature to the hugh school lubrary for student use Member shup In thus club was open to s'udents of all fauths, and a study of all reluguons was con ducted by means of panel duscussuons and guest speakers Devotuonal programs, many of whuch un cludecl muslc, scrupture, and reluguous luter ature were a mauor part of each weekly meetung Homemade cookues frequently were sold cutter school to mauntaun funds for the club treasury Leadung the club thus year under the spon sorshup of Muss Lewelta Pogue and Mr Ho bart Rusley were Kay Chambers presudent, Carol Swum vuce president Anna Toller sec retary and Barbara Russell treasurer 7 , .Ayr W. , .vs l ' -f "1 ,, K A f l ' K s ' ? 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I DECA members Jnm Walcott Beverly Rrley Duane Murray Ed Hoopln garner Saundra Broyles and therr sponsor Mr Powell pose as they leave for the State Conventron at lnduana Unrversrty To promote good relatronshrps between the school and business frrms and rn order to thank employers for valuable experience garned while working members of the Das trrbutrve Educatron Club of Amerrca enter tanned therr employers wrth a banquet on Aprrl l8 Sue Pa rker and Jam Walcott were crowned Mr and Mrss DECA at the DECA Downbeat Dance Several members attended the state conventron at Indrana Unrverslty where they took second place rn the wundow dlsplay and sales demonstratron contests Saundra Broyles served as state hlstorlan Serving as offlcers this year were Sue Parker president Allen Reese vlce president Carolyn Sue Hall secretary Dionne Sollda and Bull Huntley treasurers, Saundro Broyles, hlstorlan, and Mr Cecll Powell sponsor DECA Entertams Employers At Banquet Row I urker D olrdo A eese C Ho S Broyles Mr Powe Row 2 J Grady J ver B Rley Lockrrdge M Asberry D Murray M Muller Row 3 Maze H Ross N rrrs J Darley N Goar J Walcott E Hoopungarner rm sg ' 4 2 . . 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I Q .Y 'Ip-Thi, Gold strawflowers and autumn leaves banked wrth candles formed the centerpiece whlch decorated the refreshment table at the formal lmtratlon of Alpha Trl H Y In October at the Flrst Methodist Church New officers were Installed and freshmen were welcomed Actrvltres were designed to help the mem bers grow rn character and leadership whale serving the school and communrty Alpha gurls conducted service prolects such a clothing a needy gurl and selling Easter lrlres for the county Crlpplecl Chrldren s Soc ety Also the gurls enloyed swimming parties and spon sored a school dance Officers under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Rupley were Greta Wrggrns president Sharlene Anderson vlce presrdent Catherine Meece, secretary and Julia Neff treasurer Servrce, Leadership Are Alphas Goals Row l Muller Krausbauer Winslow Mrss Rupley Meece Anderson Davudson Neff Wrggms Ro lnson Selke Row 2 Massengale Cashdollar Lovely Planeaux Bouslog Crum Turner Burgess Baldock Neal McCarthy Row 3 Blckel Riddle Ford Reuter Whale Zimmerman Dyer Shorfrldge Lucas Brandi Sears Grlffrth Row 4 Maze Thurman Johnson Sanders Lange Chambers Link Fisher Burch Row 5 Sells Wilson Klrkendall Baker Merrill Harris lrwm Mc Mullan Stoots Hartgrove Row 6 Barks Vaught Hay Conway Flowers Roberts Barley Xmen four . . . .- :h . 1 . . , . P ' S . . , . 1 . 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' I I ' 1 1 1 b 1 - - 1 1 1 1 - Q' 1 1 1 1 1 - i 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 Rowl Schroth Groves Mrs Ruckert Hagerty Rea Day Sollda Wult Kramuen Henry Hern Clark Bond Row 2 Bennett Whnte Brummett Push Cralg Stoops Baker McKechrre Mayer Walls Upchurch Murray Caldwell Row 3 Parker Carter Smxth Warner Soots Hall Cross Stout Wallen Clearwater Brown Plunkttt McDamel Row 4 Yockey Lockrldge M ler Benson Mundell Shackley Brandt Hal Sweuaart Shepherd Whnteman Fox Hagerman Sears Row 5 Ellls Newby Bavender Wtlt Coffey Wllllams Reuter Hardmg Marcum Van Busktrk Cooper Hodson Jordan Caldwell Row 6 Evans Brock Turner Burch Shock Gorrard Abshure Benson Lee Chambers Kelsay Wood Row 7 Abston Blackburn Hlnes Barker Anderson Wllltams Coffman Stearnes Beta Prolects Dellght Handicapped Chllclren 5- K E Donnmg borrowed apparel and other props Carollne Swelgart Janet Mcliechnle and Susan Baker prepare to entertam the club wuth a sklt Rag dolls stuffed anumals and chuldren s Scrapbooks deltghted many handicapped chlldren last fall after new Beta members fmlshed their tnltlatlon protects Other acttvl ttes Included the Lettermen s Banquet Hearts Hop the Football Sweetheart Dance, con cessvons at the games and the Ma Pa and Me Banquet Beta gurls also found time to help others by glvmg Thanksgtvtng baskets to needy per sons and performing other servlces ln this way they carrled out their creed to crea e mamtam and extend throughout the home school and community high standards ot Chrtstnan character Wtth the help of Mrs Mary Rtckert spon sor the club was led by Carol Rea presldent Norma Hagerty vxce prcsndent Joyce Walt secretary, and Sandra Kramuen treasurer Minis 4 . c . 5, ' N A w c SL X T I I ' . 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I I I I I I I I a T I I I I I I I I I I I v T I I I I I I I I Carter, Gustin, Hunter, Wilt, Warner, Arthur. o o o Q I .""""'. .- lx . ,'.'."' 3 ff -. t , X .124 K f l I l ' I I , . . . , I I . . , I I - I 1 I . - - - .t , l I I 1 1 - - r. . , - I 1 I 1 ' I I - ' t , . t H 'U-flirt' HI-Y Plays Host To Banquets, Partles Eatmg was serious busmess for HIY boys and their dates but thas soon changed to hularlty as the pledges entertarned the old members with sklts at the annual Pledge Party lmpersoncutlons and humorous sklts fol Iowed a dellcnous dmner at the Moose Lodge when HI Y boys held their annual Pledge Party last fall Then turnnng to more serious matters, the group inducted the new members ln formal services at the Chrlstlan Church with each pledge repeatmg the club purposes and platform before recelvmg has club pm Hu Y members entertalned thetr dates wnth on elaborate dunner dance at the Best Gurl Banquet an March and honored thelr parents wrth a banquet rn February Harvest Hop the annual homecomnng dance, and con cessnons at the football games were other actnvmes Club ottlcers were Mark Weadlck pres: dent Jnm Denny, vnce presldent, David Good wun, secretary Paul Householder, reasurer, and Morgan Hunter, chaplain Row l Denny J Maher Mr Loc e M Weadlck M Hall D Goodwn B Rogers M Hunter P Householder Mr Ackenhusen Row 2 T Parker J Rlgney C Roberts G Pope C Edwards J Cole J Razor D Medalen C Dorlmg E May Row 3 G Reece A Reese T Rogan G Ayres J epherd R D L. y 5 or o Row 4 J Barratt B McCartt G :ey M Dann R Reeves B Ta man M Murray H Poerson Mah n Row J Nelrlnck T Myers B Fnsher D Joyner L Abre R Sheppard Row A Dudley S Boker J Bo d D Cox G Anspach Row 7 J Bland M York D Tlchenor G Adkins F Burgner B Adams R Lange B Davls ll Mmm Six 0 o ' I I . I , . - 1 l ' . .- . I - J- , - , f k , - ' , V , . 5 , - , - , . , . . -' . , . I , . , . , . , . , . , . , . I , . . -- . , . , . , . , . Sh , . e ours-1, J, Reno,J h tridae, C H d"in. - . , . , . Ba'l , . ,. ,. ll ,. , .' ,J. i. 5-. " , 0. . , . ' , . , . ll, . . 6- . , . , . y , . , . . - . , . , . . . , . , . , . "rt T P ,' ,Q ' ' 5 1. I t ", ' 'fri W :J A. V N . ' f Ni . I x . s 'MM Xt an Rowl Russell J veland B oops J e Hlda S Wo D Bess Mr Bowers Row C rter D Pfennunger M Anspoch T Swoyzee T S mmers D Walls K K ert J S k Humes Row 3 M Corender J Cleveland O Steele P Coffey L Ratcl ffe S Upham R B Davidson Row 4 Hannon J Buck B Hurt F Tramor D Osborne D Brammer D Carer D Hickman R Peyton The Methodist Church was the setting for the formal initiation of the Questers Hi Y held at the beginning of the school year Other activities Included an informal lnltla tion o Friday night school dance and three go to church Sundays Questers, Electronics Are Morse code and the study of amateur and commercial radio are important subiects to Electronics Club members who are eager to receive their radio operator licenses. Movies on radio and TV were featured at club meetings they sponsored a school dance, Leading the club were Bob Hiday pres: dent Stuart Worl, vice president Bob Stoops secretary John Lane treasurer, David Bess, chaplain, Tom Summers sergeant at arms and sponsors Mr Noble Russell and Mr Thomas Bowers Active Organizations and several members attended the "Ham- fest for amateur radio operators at Dayton. Officers were Harvey Ross president- Har- old Cowan vice-president, Don Kendall sec- retary, Phil Alexander treasurer, and Mr. Bernard Hanley, sponsor. Row l - D. Lunsford, H. Ross, H. Cowon, D. Kendall, Mr. Hanley, G. Anspach. Row 2 - D. Gray N. Tout, E. Baker, D. Spannuth, G. Greiberis. Row 3 - S. Stephens, M. Anderson, J. Melton. 1 1, 'i 1. Row I Meece Cecul Hacks Daggy Skarnelus Balph Hunter Fadely Stearnes Mlss Hodson Watt Beguhn Putmns Row Dudley Whne Brlght McGnnnls Swengart Hull Jordan Shepherd Van Buskurk Draper Camp Johnson lrwun Row 3 Jeftrues Amos Slavnn Bowsman Baganz Hodson McClaun Crandall Watt Whrtemon Bavender Ellns Lamb Row 4 Roth rock Ziglar Cheek Burgess Neff Ocker Ploneaux Pritchett Anderson Barker Ander on Judklns Scutt Row 5 Wilson Horter Wales Rush Mules Stearnes Hoagland Melton Anderson Neldefter Kendall Drablng Beall Row 6 Kerr Cleveland Frazler Alexander Babbltt Brown Johnson Davus Jacobs Hunter Francusco Htatt Row 7 Anspach Wallen Carender Alexander Fleming Bess Fnsher Reno Reeves Rogers Byrd Upham Row 8 Trannor HuFfman Steele Osborne Brammer Goodung Collser Pfennlnger Bess Wrnght Barratt Goodwm Webster Patrlclans, Slaves Attend SPQR Banquet Joe Barratt sells slave Llnda .leffrues to Bobby Doggy while Bob Fadely Donna Ellls lnara Putmns and Tom Rlcks conslder the purchase of Ann Anderson and John Huffman JW? ff. Dressed ln flowmg tumcs and Roman sandals, the members of Senatus Populus que Romanus attended the annual Roman Ban quet In November A complete Roman atmos phere was created as the group sang Latun songs and enloyed the Roman meal The banquet was cllmaxed wlth the crowmng of Nancy Anderson and Joe Barratt as Queen Juno and Kung Jupiter Makung a Roman calendar, conductmg mythology contests, and taking trips to ltaly and other countrles vua movies shown at club meetlngs were other actlvltles of the year A bus load of members also attended the state Junuor Classlcal League convention held at Bloomington Leadlng the club this year were Robert Fadely presldent, Nora Skarnells, vlce president, Celaa Balph, secretary, and Bully Hunter, treasurer Miss Mabel Hodson was the club sponsor A111113 Flgllt 1 11 5 1 . 1 '? 1 4 'i I X A w 1 1 are in 1 A 1 f A 1 r 1 .ff -K l 1 ' x s - ' 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 5 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 - i 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 O I 1 1 1 A i 'Jim ,, 1 l 1 ln an atmosphere of garety members of the Spanlsh Club made Plnatas to grve to the teachers at Christmas The small Pnnatas were snowmen frlled wrth candy a gesture which carrres out an old Spanrsh custom A sprung banquet and an annual dance The Language Lope, held In cooperatlon wrth the Latm Club also were Included on the calendar Club programs featured trave logues and discussions ofSpan1sh llfe Awards were given on Honor Day by the organrzatrons to outstanding Spanlsh stu dents chosen as the result of competrtrve ex amrnatrons Servrng the club as offrcers were JoAnn Abshrre presrdent Deanne Stearnes vrce presadent Barbara Sears secretary, and Su zanne Sears treasurer Mlss Lewelta Pogue was the sponsor Spunlsh Club members Suzie Sears JoAnn Abshlre and Tom Schocht luke to expenment wrth Spamsh musical nnstruments such as this gurro and maraca as entertarnment for therr meetmgs Snowman Plnatas Are Spanish Club Favors Row l ss Pogue F Roach S Sears B Sears J Absh D Stephens D Stearnes D Begu n Row 2 J Polson N Smith S Conway J Whtte J Keaton J Browning L McMullan M Thomp son A Bouslog C Bryant Row 3 Bokma V McWhorter B Gruftath E Sd ell l. Sm th ut C Graham A Bell tl a W Ken a D McKee Row J Denny T Swayzee S Worl D Anderson Ninth 1 I L B' . . Y N , . . I . .., . di . . . . l , - . ' . I I , - f . ' - 1 I o o - Mi , . , , , , , . ire, . , . , . h , ,. ,. . -M. ,. ,.",.iw,.i,B. Melton, M. Amburgey, P. Sowers, S. Grote. Row 4 - T. Johnson, D. Thompson, M. Murphy, N. To , . , . , C. S'g ll, . d Il, . . 5 - . , . , . r 2217 T J as H- R, ,, K' T A". ' - . ll -' A in L a ' T ' u u ' J "7 .7 K 8 A' 'af V ,- 1 .1 f T Q 'K 7 . l A I . 1 '-3 , T ' - -,Tlnf Row I Padgett Turner Reuter Jordon Msss Hendrscks Hurst Hsnes Anderson Cross Stoops Row 2 Smsth Soots Clearwater Stout Rush Murray McKechnse Draper Hopksns H ll Row 3 Whste Arthur Sells Bowsman Waln Bond Baker Rsley Crasg Row 4 McClasn Hodson Benson Mundell Carter Abston Wallen McGsnnss Barker Rea Row 5 Whsteman Swesgort Shepherd Hall Brandt Ksng Shockley Van Busksrk Clark Row 6 Burch McLane Wsllsams Kelsay Sensor SunShsne Fetes Teachers At Tea Sensors Nancy Anderson Carol Rea Bessse Clearwater and Vernadell Barker admsre scrapbooks made and gsven to them by underclassmen Sally Burch Sarah Reuter and Margse Turner A small Chrsstmas tree wsth rosebuds sn terwound among the branches centered a table wsth trays of frosted cookses at the Faculty Tea held sn December At each end of the table sat a SunShsne gsrl servsng tea to the teachers Other SunShsne actsvstses were the Chsls Theater Party Sensor Party Ideal Ladses Party, and Dad Daughter Date Nsght Sylvsa Cross resgned as l955 Snowball Queen for the Snowball Dance held by the socsety sn December Msss Joyce Hendrscks sponsored the gsrls, and offscers were Rosemary Hurst pressdent, Jane Jordan, vsce pressdent Sara Hsnes e cordsng secretary, Sylvsa Cross correspond sng secretary, Nancy Anderson treasurer, Sarah Jane Reuter, sergeant at arms, and Margse Turner, chaplasn Une Ilumlresl T I I I I I . I I l I I I 4 - ' , , . , . , '. , ' , a. T . I I I I I I I . I . ' T . I I I I I f . I I - ' I I . 1 I I I I I J - 'L I 1 I l I I Blackburn, Cooper, Marcum, Harding. o o , . , 1 I - I I I . - : , F ' . I - . , . Row l Wunslow .lennungs Mrs Sanders Stoots Neal Bouslog Crum Sellze McCarthy Rams Davudson Row 2 Buttner Melton Planeaux Lamb Lewus Lovely Turner NeH Baldock Wugguns Ruckard Row 3 Smuth Anderson Balph Davus Whute Drobung Massengale Cashdollor Short rudge Lucas Bryant Brown Burgess Row 4 Anderson Ocker Ford Amos Reuter Burd Plen nunger Barley Sweugart Boyd Harrus Wulluams Row 5 Krausbauer Good Armstrong Melton Buckel Stanley Prutchett Babbutt Arthur Sanders Johnson Mettert Brandt Row 7 Muller Acton Thurman Dudley Bennett Mules Hardung Jeffrues Troxell Junuor SunShune Sells Popcorn At Games Brenda Mettert and Betsy Ptennunger are kept busy supplyung the crowd wuth popcorn popped and sold by Junuor Sun Shune members at all home games Runnung after stray couns and tossung bags of popcorn unto the crowd keep the Junuor SunShme gurls busy at the home football and basketball games Junuor SunShune us largely a servuce organ uzatuon and us made up of freshmen and sophomore gurls who are unterested un m provung theur school and communuty Along wuth sellung concessuons th gurls ga e Thanksguvung baskets and plates to unfor tunate famulues Other actuvutues uncluded cu Chulu theater Party and the Mother Daughter Banquet Servung the club as offucers thus year were Elaune Neal presudent Duane Selke vuce presudent Janet Stoots correspondung secre tary Kay Crum recordung secretary Anne Bouslog treasurer Lunda McCarthy ser geant at arms and Peggy Poole chaplaun Mrs Margaret Sanders sponsored the club Um' llllllllftlll fluzf' 1 , r 4 ' Fr ki --9 , . 1 , r Q l ' 1 X P l Q T . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 D I - . T l 1 1 I 1 . 1 r I 1 1 . U 1 . . T I 1 I I ' 1 l 1 ' 1 I I ' h 1 I 1 1 . l 1 1 I I 1 1 ' U I A 1 I 1 1 I 1 l . - 7 I 1 I I Anderson, Cross, Lange, Chambers, White, Dyer, Zimmerman, Link, Jacobs. Row 6 - Riddle, Ford, I I I V I . I 1 I 1 1 I T l I I I r I . r I I l I ' o 0 V . . . . i - , e v 1 I 1 ' I 1 ' I I I 1 I 1 ' . . I I . The Mystery Person contest was sponsored by the Future Busmess Leaders of Amerrca agarn this year and the week long search was cllmaxed when Bob Wlles was ldentrfred at the Busmess Bounce New addlng machines for the busrness department were purchased by the club which added to Its treasury by lnstalllng a paper machine rn the hall and sellrng typing paper and notebooks The members also publrshed o newspaper called TROYA for all the business students Other actrvltres on the club s calendar Included the Christmas party bake sales, and attending the two day state conventlon at Ball State Teachers College rn March at whrch Mike Dann was elected state presrdent and Joyce Hall state secretary Officers were Cleta Morgan presldent Betty Brown, vrce president Julia Owens, secretary Kay Hull treasurer, and Mrs Jaun :ta Blshop sponsor Betty Brown demonstrates the usefulness of the paper machrnes wl-nach were placed In the halls by FBLA whrle Joe Crawford Make Dann and Barbara Russell watch FBLA Buys Equipment Wlth Paper Profits Row l Melton Mrs Brshop Hull Brown Morgan Malcom Muller Mss Hall Miss Brooker Mclkemus Owens Row 2 Meece Whnte Davis Hoagland Jones Hacker Wrlson Barks Mc Brownrng Shortrldge Lucas Plunkntt Hopkins Row 4 Kendall Thrasher Hodgrn Reeves Dann Adams Burgner Maze Baker Hs. One Hundred Tuo r , . . I , . I I ' I I r ' ' , . . I . I . I o 0 0 - , . ' , ' , , , , ' , l , ' , I ' T' I I D I I r I ' I I ' Carthy, Hall, Rrley, Upchurch. Row 3 - Brandt, Anderson, Marcum, Cooper, Flowers, Browning, r 1 I l 1 l - 1' r r l r r r , r , . ' Y 2 O t V , K B rf . , , C I I rr W., ,, V ' Q A ,az V ,BX , t A my ln therr search for a chapter sweetheart the boys of The Future Farmers of America looked for talent and personality The wan nrng comblnatlon was found In Llnda Robin son who represented them at the state con ventron at Purdue Unlverslty on October 4 Later ln the year, the club held Its annual Parent Son Banquet and sponsored a hugh school dance A square dance also was held an cooperatron wnth Machunnst Club and F H A Leadlng the boys and helpung them to up hold thelr creed that rural America holds true to the best tradltlons of our natronal Infe were Bob Smoot presldent Joe Grmer, vrce presldent Tum Rogan, secretary Richard Jones treasurer Earl Wrlklnson reporter and Estal Brenneman, sentmal Mr Robert Furbee was the sponsor f-lr-3 lunda Robmson selected as FFAs chapter sweetheart IS shown here as she slngs Blue Moon whsle :ompetmg un the dlstrlct Sweetheart gi Contest held an New Castle last October FFA Holds Dlstrlct Sweetheart Contest Row 1 ck ner Ro unson Smoot Rogan Mr Furbee Row J Goodwln J Hopkuns C VanMatre E Brenneman D Watt C Hale W Bowsman Row 3 Wmnlngham J Ashley B Walls E Hae J Ho l Om Ilumln J Three ' 1 t T . . . V u AA n . ,, . . , 1 I ' - : 1 1 I I I . ' 4. . 1 N 55 . . . b k L . , I I I Z . ,, ,, . . . . . ggi., it . "ag ' 'F 0 o - E. Di , R. Jones, J. Gri , L. b' , B. , T. , . . 2 - . . , . ' , . , . , . , 1 I . . T E. ' , . , . , , I , . llan. l Row l Mrs Powell Mlss Webb S Kramlen B Sears J Soots J Warner D Slavm J Yockey B Clearwater J Thomas Mrss Enlar Mnss Guymon Row 2 O Green B Amos M Bowsman S Drabnng C Wnlson M Kurkendall M Ocker E Lewman B Gruttuth B Land Row 3 N Caldwell el en Me on M An erson C Boyles M Sca es E Massengale Ac on P Glasco Rlley Row 4 P Dudley J Marsh L Moore H Upchurch G Morgan B Stephens B Rams Row 5 ells C ashdollar M Sheffield D Frost V ord E s Ma m u Adult Classes Enloy FHA Refreshments CBD! Dudley are shown In the home ec room getting ready to serve coffee FHA members Kay Hull Knstlne Schyler Janet Malcolm and Phyllus and doughnuts to the adult night classes fam Hot coffee and fresh doughnuts served by Future Homemakers of Amerlca provvded en loyable refreshments for the adult evenung classes each Monday Tuesday and Thursday Usmg the motto Toward new horlzons, the group constantly strived for better homes and community lrfe Under the guudance of therr sponsors Mass Frances Enlar Mvss Luella Webb Miss Mu zetta Guymon and Mrs Phyllis Powell, the club planned nts actlvmes which Included the Peppermnnt Twurl and decoratung the stage for the Baccalaureate and Commencement exercsses Offucers were Jean Warner, presldent, Darlene Slavm vice presldent Joy Yockey secretary Joan Soots treasurer Sandra Drabmg, editor, Bessne Clearwater, hustoruan, Janet Thomas, song leader, and Sandra Kramnen, chaplam Une llzmdrfd Four l 1 1 . I I . I - I ' I ' I ' . I I I - I Q 1 D J 1 . - T - 1 - 1 - 1 ' A , . J I . I - , . , . , . I 1 . , S. l.u l J. ll , . d , . , . I , . , D. t , . , C. ' Q T e I Q f . , A I I I n , Q l n - M S , , C , . ' , . , , F , l.. von , J. lco , K. H'll. C , ,V V , ', ' , . .- s Us l - . -1. if , . , . I 1 I Sports of all sorts were engoyed by the gurls of the Glrls Athletrc Assocuatron this year Speed ball was played In the fall along wnth sux weeks of bowlrng followed by volley ball and basketball In the wlnter ln the sprung archery oftball and golf were emphaslzed Through contests wrth other schools GAA members learned new Ideas and made many friends The highest arm of a GAA gurl was to obtarn one of the state plaques awarded by colleges and unlversntres to outstandlng members Polnts needed to wun the plaques were earned by attendance and by scores on written tests Officers were Sharon Stout president Pat Benson vlce president Darlene Wllllams secretary Deanna Saylor treasurer and Hrlda Hay sergeant at arms Mrss Janet Fleming and Mass Paulrne Jordan sponsored the club ln thus volleyball achon shot Sharon Stout Louuse Cooper Jeanmne Bennett Helen Gtpson and Darlene Wulllams are all hopmg that the serve wall mean a pomt for theur team GAA Members Wm Awards of Merit Rowl B ner A ne r Benson Wu rams S Groce Row wman D Neal n oxe ve Smeth L Barley P Sowers C New Row 2 offman D Schroth C Bryant L R unson Fa mer Sca es D Slav Row 4 Bennett L McMullan J Bennett S Frazler J Lamb L Armstrong J Crandal F Roac P Glasco Row 5 C Evans S Owens D Rntchue C Davls L Hoagland J Huddleston H Gnpson Um H117 - I I I I I S I - I . I . i Q I ' I r I r I , ' ' . ' . . . . g o - M. in , . La , D. soylo, H. Huy, s. smut, P. , D. 'll' , . . 2 - E. Le , . , J. Polso , L. Tr ll, S. Lo ly, L. ' , . ' , . , . by. - F. C , . , . , . Wills, L. ob' , C. r , M. l , . ln. -J. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. l,. ht ' Ill fmt Frm' Indnvldual protects such as bendlng devices tor making hacksaw frames alr compressors and machlnlst vlces were the work of boys ln Machlnlst Club this year They al o assisted In the fabrtcatlon of tool and settmg up of machines for the New Castle Products Corporatlon Members of the club who plan to enter the rachtntst trade after graduatlon led GClIVllleS lncludmg a school dance the Steel Chip Sklp and a square dance tn cooperation with F H A and F F A The organization also made hutch puns for farm Implements which they sold to farmers and agrlculture students Officers for .ht year were Jlm Hines press dent Robert Smith vlce president Alton 'tone secretary, and Arnold Hubbs treas urer Mr Hurley Jett served as sponsor ofthe orgamzatnon whtch met each month Conley Zornes Gerald Pope Alton Stone Rtchard Mercer and Jerry Walden are In the mochlne shop working on the blueprints which they deslgned for thenr undrvtdual prolects Machlnlst Club Assists Local Industry Rowl Hubbs B Smuth Hune A Ston M Jett Row .I Walden C Zornes H Bennett Lntz L Map Row ddle P Owens D e Um mf 1 4, . I . ' S . . . . S . . f A . . . V I I u L ln' . a rl D I ' 1 ' . ' - 1 V 1 ' I ' o o o -A. ,.',J.'s,. e,r,. 2-. ,. ,. , 8.0 ,. le. 3-M.Ri ,. ,.Ric. 1 , ' t Fan., I' i " . Q 522 ' F , I In W A I Q ' 1 LV ft F , ' H11 lvl 81,1 vi' QQ nv Hunter P Bright Row 2 Dushman M Anderson S Frazier A McClain J Jordan N Ander son V Barker M Caldwell G Brenneke Row 3 Lane C Brown R Brown T Schacht Alexander T Semler M Allen E Hale N Stephens H Cowan Science Club Stops School Yard Erosion Working on the trail labeling prolect for the Mary Gray Bird Sanctu ary are Science Club officers Betty Jane Gough Gretchen Brenneke Harold Meadows and Glenna Dlshman A grassy bank replaced an undesirable dutch as the result of the erosion progect at the south entrance of the hugh school com pleted by the Science Club this year Another of the club s malor activities was the trail labeling prolect for a nature trail at the Mary Gray Bird Sanctuary Members designed labels for everything from snakes to wildflowers Interests were stimulated for several mem bers who attended the Junior Academy of Science at Notre Dame, and all club members lolned in making the annual Science Fair a success Officers were Betty Jane Gough president Harold Meadows vice president, Gretchen Brenneke, secretary, and Glenna Dishman, treasurer Miss Mary Rankin and Mr Robert Rinehart were the Science Club sponsors l Um Ilumlrul Mun ,, -Q Q rv .,. C 1 I- i p D . . - . t . ' i g l ' ' Q, T -'ar -'f f- r' 2 . '25 5' E .5 l' " ' - s 1 k '- Xi , X Q H 4 , ' 'Q' i i A I . 5 I .. S L, X- - 'v ' 'If' sow: Row I - J. Melton, A. Davis, M. Hodson, Miss Rankin, B. Gough, H. Meadows, J. Francisco, A. , . ' . -G. ' , . , . ' , . ', . , . - , . , . , . . - J. , . , . , . , P. 0 o Y i l 1 I . . . W """ hrn wad Luih arounrlgoocl dloorfamanakqa egilaeciaffy emlykagiizecl in our ...... Athletics Jack Ra1or, Janet McKechnie, Terry Parker, and Hilda Hay stroll hand-in-hand. Janet and Hilda were varsity cheerleaders who helped keep the team in high spirits. Jack and Terry were co-captains of the football squad who kept the boys going on the field. Young, Determined Head football coach Langan Hay explains a new formation to assistant coach Bob Horn. The two hard-working mentors formed a squad which won three, lost five, and tied two. Keeping the equipment in good shape, carrying water, and bolster- ing team spirit were among the many duties performed by football managers Mike Davis, Frank Mc- Cord, Dick Brainard, Phil Livezey, and Bruce Batchfield. Um' llllluflwrf Yiwu New New New New New New New New New New Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle GRIDIRON GRIND 25 Columbus 6 Ft. Wayne Central 34 North Vernon 7 Richmond 7 lndpls. Scecina 0 Anderson O lndpls. Tech l9 Muncie Central i3 Connersville 7 Marion Haymen End Row l Bob Walcott Bob Davts Make Fallon Jack Razor Vu: or Mukes Jerry Walden Terry Parker Row 2 Mlke Odom Blll Tallman Tum Rogan Jam Worthungton Ronnue DeCoursey Gerald Ayres Jam Shepherd George Crandall Dallas Sldwell Gene Baley Row 3 Tom Swayzee Max Bokma Doug Walls Tom Summers Jack Blevnns Herb Zachary Phul Burton Leon Phelps Charles Teague Row 4 Manager Phll Luvezey Manager Bruce Batchfield Roy Russell Davld Saylor Kevnn Wallen Manager Mnke Davus Manager Frank McCord Manager Duck Bratnard Row 5 Coach Bob Horn Coach Langan Hay John Hay Larry Mastln Jack Anderson Gerald Turner Davld Lacy Bob McC0rkle Season Wlth Three Wlns, Two Tues .lack Razor sensor quarterback races down the held wlth a Columbus safety In hot pursuit Workmg wuth a team composed of fave re turmng Iettermen and over a score of under classmen, Including several freshmen football coaches Langan Hay and Robert Horn managed to put together a team which won three games and lost five, whale tyung two Under the dlrectlon of sensor Jack Razor four year letterman and all state quarterback the squad tried hard and fought with grim determma tuon although nt was unable to brlng home a con ference victory The Trolans dld manage how ever to obtam one of its deadlocks with Rich mond an NCC foe ln all games the Trogans were outscored by their OPPOSITION by 96 points 2l4 to ll8 Coach Hay should have a tough seasoned bunch of scrappers back next year as only seven members of this years squad were seniors B sndes Razor boys who wall be mnssed next year are Mrke Fallon Vac Mukes Jerry Walden Bob Walcott Bob Davts, and Terry Parker ffllt nr I er T I I I l I I . X I I . '1 U I I I P I I I I I I 1 I I l . - , 1 , , , . I , 1 4 -1- I I I . I I , I I ' W I I , , . , . - 0 0 o V t I I ' 1 I . . , ' I - , . I , . I f . , . . e' I , 1 1 , . ' Ilu I mf EI' rn During the half at all home games, the Trojans filed into the green building at the edge of the playing field where they rested and heard pep talks by Coach Langan Hay and Coach Bob Horn. John Hay fights for a pass with a Tech defensive man, while Max Bokma comes up to help. Both Hay and Bokma were underclass- men and should be valuable assets to the squad next year with their offensive power. Gridmen Show Fight Jim Shepherd l22l breaks away from a would-be tackler and picks up a gain of sev- eral yards in the opener against the Columbus Bulldogs. Jim, a iunior, should see plenty of action next year. Mike Fallon, senior halfback, puts up a fight as he is hauled down from behind by a Columbus de- fender. Fallon was a main cog in the Troian wheel as he fought his way to several touchdowns. Row I Bertram Hancock Steve Whlte Jack Anderson Bull Morrell Doug Adams Row 2 Rual Sewell Herschel Smuth Duck Ogborne Phll Roberts larry Ratcllfte Steve Bond Jlm Cleveland Mark Knotts Row 3 Mike McGraw Larry Mostnn Jlm Grobull Dovld Osborne Butch Brammer Roy Conner Bob McCorkle Malcolm lrwm Coach Marvm Wood In the bus are Mtke Davns and Frank McCord managers Make Dovls freshman football manager takes tume out to chat wnth Coach Marvm Wood and Manager Frank McCord Coach Wood who has been freshman coach for two years stressed the funda mentals of the game osh Bun Va SHI Freshman football team members, under the dlrectlon of Coach Marvm Wood, won two of srx games thus season Although much of the talent had been moved up to the varsity early rn the season the boys tried hard and displayed a splrlt of wlllmgness and determmatnon New New New New New New FRESHMAN RECORD Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Muncve Wilson Cambridge Cnty Connersvllle Anderson Morton Memorual Anderson Om llurulr fl TIIIVILPVI Fr ld For Future r es 6 ' ' 0 26 ' ' 6 7 ' l3 l2 33 0 ' l3 27 One Humln fl P uurteen Capable Veterans A Y R E S Gerald was bug and could always stop an op ponent He should be of great value as a tackle next year as he IS a lunlor RAZOR Jack was a four letter man and recelved all state mentlon as a quarter back Hls pep and urage w I I I missed next year W A L D E N Jerry was new to football please everyone and learned much In the way of ablllty H was a semor TALLMAN IU n I o r developed unto a fme extra polnt kicker and end but was disabled early In the season by a back mlury WALCOTT o played football for th first tame as a semor He played on th lane like a et eran and dld has lob exceedlngly well PARKER Although the smallest boy on the team Terry a 5 6 l2O pound semor dlsplayed great de termmatnon h guard posltson F A L L 0 N Make played at halfback of touchdowns A hard flghhng semor he will be hard to replace next fall WORTHINGTON e played any posltlon but hls usual lob was at end where he always gave a cap able performance - -- B b - e . . e . . V - I ' ' 1 I ' co ' be ' ' at is but he tried hard to and made his share , . . . I " . e - Bill, a - ' ' , "R d", a iunior, Fi ht To Wln DECOURSEY on me a lumor worked hard at a fullback posttlon He htt the Inne hard makmg m ny g a I n s n touchdowns BAILEY Gene a tumor w s a ne all around perform e Wtth has dr e a n d determmatlon he was good on both offense and defense ROGAN Tm a luntor center played steadlly throughout the season With his courage and abnllty he should be out standang next fall SIDWELL Aggres s t v e determlned speedy These words descrtbe Bud well The tumor end dud has best tn every grad :ron encounter CRANDALL George unlor tac worked hard on the llne and stood up to the opposltron wtth ever lncreastng courage and abuluty RENO Jack was a fme guard Al though hampered by ungurnes he was eager to get unto the game T s lunlor wlll e back next fall SHEPHERD J I m filled half ack positron during hrs lunuor year He was aggresstve and out standmg on defense or offense MUKES Victor played football for th first time In his sensor year a end He never stop ped trylng when he was ln the game One Hundred hfreen 7 9 , Row l - John Millikan, Arthur Sutherland, Larry Clinton, O. T. Myers, Don Joyner, Coach Kirby. Row 2 - Ollie Steele, Melvin Anspach, Chip Edwards, Richard Jones, Bill Upchurch, John Davidson, Bob Hiday, Don Carter. Row 3 - Ralph Walcott, Tom Pope, Buddy Fisher, Larry Cardwell, Kent Kinert, Felix Trainor. Harriers Complete First Cross Country Season One Humlred Sixteen Cross-country was added to New Castle's list of competitive sports this year, and over twenty boys turned out for the squad which was coached by Mr. Robert Kirby. Coach Kirby put together a team which won one meet, lost five, and placed much better than expected in the conference and sectional meets. Varsity mainstays were Chip Edwards, Don Joyner, Richard Jones, Larry Clinton, O. T. Myers, Art Suther- land, Bob Hiday, and John Millikon. Coach Kirby expects to have a much improved squad back next year, as only two boys, Chip Edwards and Richard Jones, the two captains, graduated. "B" team members were Bill Upchurch, Bud Fisher, Ronnie Reeves, Don Carter, John Davidson, Kent Kinert, Tom Pope, Melvin Anspach, Larry Cardwell, Ralph Walcott, Felix Trainor, Ollie Steele, Charles Bradshaw, and Merl York. The cross-country squad races across the course in one of its daily practice runs. Those boys pictured are Art Sutherland, O. T. Myers, John Millikan, Chip Edwards, Don Joyner, and two unidentified runners. Row l - Jim Hines, Estol Brenneman, lorry Abrell Benny Davis Ronnie Broyles Row 2 Dick Green, student manager, Gail Donica, Earl Wilkinson Dick Bratnard Coach Nflts Row 3 Geoff Baker, Jack Byrd, Arnold Hubbs, Gerald Turner, Roy Conner Musclemen Develop Coordination Hit hard by graduation, the Troian wrestling squad was small this year, both in size of the boys and the number of grapplers. Mr. Homer Niflis, in his second year as wrestling coach, taught the boys the fundamentals, many types of holds, and the values of muscular co-ordination. The mat-men won only one of thirteen meets, their one victory coming over Muncie Central. Coach Niflis expects to have a much improved squad next year, as the team was made up mostly of iuniors and freshmen. Only one senior, Jim Hines, will be missing from the team next season. Returning will be Estal Brenneman, Larry Abrell, Arnold Hubbs, Earl Wilkin- son, Geoff Baker, Gail Donico, Jack Byrd, Benny Davis, Ronnie Broyles, Roy Con- ner, and Gerald Turner. Top - Larry Abrell tries desperately to keep from being thrown by his opponent. Bottom - Esta! Brennemon and his opponent ore shown each 'rying to pin the other. TROJAN TRAIL New Castle 68 Greenfield New Castle 48 Hartford City New Castle 49 Anderson New Castle 43 Richmond New Castle 65 lndpls. Tech New Castle 62 Greensburg New Castle 67 Columbus BIG FOUR TOURNEY New Castle 57 Logansport New Castle 45 Anderson New Castle 53 Frankfort New Castle 38 Elwood New Castle 48 Marion New Castle 50 Logansport New Castle 63 Muncie Burris New Castle 57 Rushville io.t.l New Castle 117 Muncie Central New Castle 43 Lafayette New Castle 49 Anderson New Castle 5l Connersville ,Q ,QL A New Castle 53 Kokomo Carolyn Mae Hall and Sylvia Cross were two of the varsity cheer leaders SECIHONAL who encouraged the team from the sidelines. Bobby Wiles and Morrie N C H 55 L . .H cd Powers led the team on the court. The two mighty mites were ca-captains ew Us e evylsvl e 'O' of the buskerboll squad. New Castle 58 Kmghtstown Cheerleaders Boost 'Never-Say-Die' Spirit These four girls, always ready to burst into a yell, cheered the B team on to victory. Seated on the floor is Helen Miller, and standing are Elaine Neal, Margie Turner, and Sally Birch. Even a losing season has its high points with never-to-be forgotten per- formances. We'll never forget the basket made by Williams of Rushville a split second after the gun had gone off which almost gave the victory to the Lions. We'll remember Vic Mukes' field goal in Muncie's basket and the two free throws which Bobby Wiles sank in the sudden-death overtime to give the Troians the decision over Lewis- ville in the sectional. Yes, this season always will be remembered. Um' Hzzmlfml Ifiglwfffrz Row l - Morrie Powers, Bobby Wiles, Ronnie Reeves, Charlie Thompson, Coach Wood, Don Joyner. Row 3 - Bill Tallman, Bill Upchurch, Victor Mukes. Row 3 - Jerry Walden, Jack Razor, Bud Fisher, Tim Rogan, Coach O'Brien. Which Keeps Team Morale Hig Charlie Thompson, ll, and Showalter of Victor Mukes, 21, and Showalter, 35, Charlie Thompson, 1'l, fights for a re- Logansport, 35, fight for a rebound, of Logansport, clash for a lump ball as bound with an Elwood player, while while Mukes, Tl, waits underneath. Razor, 20, waits anxiously. Wiles, 25, and Joyner, 'l4, stand by. Um' Hlwzflfffz' Yfivr ll Marvin Wood and Walter O'Brien were the basketball coaches this season who taught the boys the fundamentals of the game and stressed the importance of team play. Mr. Wood won't be back next year as he has accepted a iob in Indianapolis. Bill Rogers and David Goodwin, who have been basketball managers for four years, kept the team supplied with clean uniforms, had water and towels ready at time-out periods, added to the good spirits of the team, and performed num- erous other duties. Coaches Stress Team Play, Fundamentals For the Troians, the second and thira periods were usually disastrous this sea' son, as they seemed to be cool-off periods. ln these periods the Trojans usually scored only half-a-dozen points or less, while the opposition was sinking twenty or more markers. This seemed to be one of the main reasons for their downfall, as Coach Marvin Wood's squad won only five games, while dropping fifteen. The Trojans also were defeated in the sec- tional tournament, losing to Knightstown, after having beaten Lewisville. For the first time in many years, the Troians failed to bring home a single North Central Conference victory, ending the season deep in the conference cellar. As he searched for a winning combi- nation, Coach Wood used many players. Six of the regulars will be back next season. Bob Wiles, 25, drives for the basket against Elwood, as Don Joyner, 14, and Morrie Powers, 23, keep a sharp look-out for a pass. Uni llzmf1'rff1 Tu wma Row l - Max Bokma, Tom Swoyzee, Tom Summers, Ronnie Reeves, Mike Davis, student manager. Row 2 - Coach O'Brien, Kent Kinert, George Hines, Bill Upchurch, Dan Joyner, Jim Worthington, student manager. Promising Reserves Win Eleven Reserve basketball coach Walter O'Brien guided his team through a successful season this year, winning eleven of nineteen starts. Many of the boys alternated between the "B" and "A" squads, gaining much needed ex- perience, These boys, Bill Tallman, Ronnie Reeves, Don Joyner, and Bill Upchurch, were all valuable to both teams near the end of the season. One of the season's highlights was the "B" team tourney at Richmond. The Colts were defeated in the afternoon game by Muncie, 43 to 36, but they bounced back in the night game to trim the Richmond "B" squad, 38 to 26, forthe consolation crown. Many of the victories were over the tougher reserve teams of this region, as they defeated Elwood, Connersville, Marion, Kokomo, Logans- port, Richmond, Rushville, and Tech. Other boys who played on the reserve team and should be valuable to either the "A" or "B" teams next year are Tom Swayzee, Tom Summers, Max Bokma, George Hines, and Kent Kinert. Tom Summers, 32, gets oft a iump shot, as several Logansport players attempt to block it. Bill Upchurch, 12, Don Joyner, 24, and George Hines, 20, wait tor the rebound. Um' llumlrwl Tu f'r1tx-Une' Two Freshmen Squads Thus year s team has a great potentlal If the boys will bulld the deslre to work at basketball during the off season Mr Wilbur Veach coach of one of New Castle s two mnth grade basket ball teams thus year belueves Racking up a season s record of eight wrns and three setbacks Coach Veachs squad also brought a touch of glory to New Castle by brlng mg home the trophy from the Highland lnvltatlonal Freshman Tourney at Anderson Washing to give experlence to as many of the boys as possible Coach Veach played them all and many saw qulte a lot of actlon Those boys who should be of great value to elther the reserve or varslty squads next winter are Larry Benson Dale Foster Davnd Osborne Bull Hurt Mel Anspach Muke Swelgart Don Carter Brannard David Crabtree Andy Paul and Malcolm lrvrn New New New New New New New New New New Freshman basketbal coaches Bob Kirby and Wrlbur Veach relax for a moment after a gruelllng practrce sessvon wrth then squads Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle Castle SEASON S RECORD Royerton Muncie Blame Anderson Hlghland Morton Memorlal Rushvllle Anderson HIGHLAND TOURNEY Greenfield Frankton Muncie McKinley Connersvllle Ro l Don Carter Steve Whnte Davld Hannon Jack Anderson Mike Swergart Jack Bralnard Davud Crabtree Row 2 Coach Veach Andy Paul Larry Benson Dale Foster Davld Osborne Bull Hurt Malcolm lrvrn Melvln Anspach Felnx Traxnor student manager Unr Hundrrvi T1lF'I'llt Tuo , , ' , 34 . I I . . I ' 30 . . Steve White, David Hannon, Jack Anderson, Jack New CGSHS 29 CriSpUS Attucks ' , ' , , 37 ' ' . 35 ' 38 ' 37 37 ' 49 34 ' ' 43 ' is 33. Row l 1 John Hay, Phil Roberts, Ralph Walcott, Ollie Steele, Ronnie Hopkins Pele Speers George Wargny, manager. Row 2 - Steve Bond, Rual Sewell, Dave Lacv Mille J0'n95 lim Gfllb 1 Coffey, Coach Kirby. Show Scoring Strength will To Win Although their record of three wins and seven losses does not look impressive, the freshman team coached by Mr. Robert Kirby picked up useful experience in every contest. The most exciting game was the Noblesville encounter in which Phil Roberts sank a long one-hander from the middle of the court with two sec- onds left to play to pull the frosh out with a one-point victory. With the help of such boys as John Hay, Phil Coffey, David Lacy, Mike Joines, Phil Roberts, Pete Speers, Ralph Walcott, Ollie Steele, Ronnie Hopkins, Steve Bond, Rual Sewell, and Jim Grabill, Coach Kirby was able to teach the boys to work together and to develop several potential varsity members. SEASON'S RECORD New Castle 38 Connersville New Castle 33 Rushville New Castle 26 Muncie McKinley New Castle 34 Noblesville New Castle 28 Muncie Blaine New Castle 23 Greenfield Fort Wayne South Side Tourney New Castle won by forfeit from Anderson New Castle 31 Fort Wayne South Side New Castle 23 Anderson Highland New Castle 30 Yorktown Top -- Larry Benson, 5, gets of? c iump shot while Bill Hurt 45 and Mike Sweigart, 33, await the ensuing action. Bottom Dave Lacy, 55, fires a one-hander as Mike Joines, 50, and Pnil Co e 43, come up for the rebound. ll lllll Varslty Squad FISHER As a lunlor Buddy played consrstently at center A good de fenslve player he excelled In bank board ablllty rebounding with the best A sharp shooter and offensrve performer he should see plenty of action next year TALLMAN Bull was a scrappy payer at forward A lun or could hvt regularly with either hand and from any spot on the floor A good rebounder and free throw artist he should spark the Trolan drrve next season JOYNER Don a lumor saw action wrth both the varsity and reserve squads playlng at forward or guard He was a good ball handler and long shot artlst Wlth a lrttle more experience he should do very well next season WILES Bobby a 7 senior played regularly at guard Although a back tnlury slowed htm down rn mud season rt didn t affect has ablllty to hlt from out on the floor or to drive around has opponent and lay the ball Into the basket WALDEN Jerry saw very little actron but always drd hrs best when he was In the game A sensor h played at forward or guard and could hut from any posltron on the floor as well as rebound wrth men much taller than hlmself ROGAN Trm as the seas n progressed saw more and more ac tron at forward and center A punlor he was a farr rebounder and able marksman who never stopped trying He should be a great threat to the opposutron next year o -. 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V I . . . , . .. - I 1 I . , e I 1 ' O I - ' 1 , an 1' rffrffl' 7A14f'r1lx-Fnur Loses Slx Men REEVES Ronnie a lunlor played both the A n B team 5 8 guard he was consustent wnth shots from the cente clrc ept at h ndllng th al should become fne floor g n eral next season POWERS At guard the mighty mute was very eflectlve on has long shots from mud court averaging over eleven ponnts a game Adept at ba' hawkrng and play making 5 5 Morne the Trogan s smallest wnll be sorely massed next winter RAZOR Jack dvdnt see as much actlon as he would have liked tn has semor year Good both on defense and offense he had the abnllty to add points when they were needed most urgently Has enthusiasm and determmatron wall be massed UPCHURCH Bll was the ony sophomore to play on the varsuty and was also a key man on the B team Besides showmg promise as an outstanding plvotman he was also good at defensive play and at clearmg the boards MUKES Vlc a sensor played at center or forward and developed an eflectnve one handed push shot from the corner He rebounded wuth best and hrs faktng and al handlnng rated far above average Vtc wnll be hard to replace THOMPSON A sensor Charlne played center or forward An e cellent rebounder for has herght he was good at tlp uns and hook shots Although stdellned by a head mlury early an the season Charlue soon was back IH the lane up O on " " a d " " s. A his r ' le. Ad a ' e b I, he a i " e - - I . . I . . I , , , - i l , in .I . I , the ' ' b I . x- , . I Troians Trojans Troians Troians Troians Troians Troians Trojans Troians Troians Troians Row l - David Goodwin, student manager, Frank Keith, Bob Wiles, Clayton Moore, Duane Farley, Gibby Dock, Ronnie Reeves, Morrie Powers. Row 2 - Coach O'Brien, Lynn Richey, Glen Davis, Don Joyner, Dick Strukel, John Day, Don Van Matre, Bill Rogers, manager, Coach Wood. 4 Anderson ll O Tech l Logansport l 2 lO l Cadiz 2 7 Fran kfort 0 0 Marion 2 l Muncie 3 3 Richmond 2 O Lafayette 4 8 Kokomo l l 5 Richmond l2 Diamond Crew Defeats Two NCC Foes Despite a losing season, the Troian baseball squad displayed an ever increasing amount of ability and determination. The squad, coached by Marvin Wood and Walter O'Brien, won two contests while dropping nine. Both tilts, however, were conference games, so the Troians were able to finish out of the North Central Conference cellar. Coach Wood, 10, leaves the huddle as the to meet their opponents. visitors won 10-0, Trojans prepare Frank Keith's single in the Tech game was in vain as the One Hundred Twenty-Six , M- ,. v. 1 'M'-5. ' M 2- . -a ,C , A - . -Q, "fl-,:'l13!"',-v :jf 5 of A Ki' ' winner -95-ff, Coach Langan Hay's Trojan golf team performed well during the '55 season, posting a 7-3 over-all record, and a 6-3 conference mark. The Haymen grabbed second in the con- ference meet and fourth in the sectional to qualify for the state meet. The Trojan squad of Jerry Childs, Bruce Koger, Lloyd Koger, Mike Thalls, and Bob Walcott constantly gave the opposition a battle on the fairways. Coach Hay expected a veteran squad back this year, capable of standing up to any op- ponent, as only Jerry Childs graduated. "B" team members who showed promise were Bill Tallman, Cliff Roberts, John Maher, Bud Fisher, and Edwin Kelly. Top - Clifford Roberts and Bruce Koger are shown in front of their lockers os they dress for a meet. Bottom- Bruce Koger waits his turn as Mike Thalls tees off in a practice game. Linksmen Place Second In Conference ou., lziigfko-1 .-24-QL M4. ff'-Claws ' 504-'K a4e0fi4..a...J few eoLr nscono ' Trojans 6 V2 Richmond l Trojans l5 Connersville O Trojans IO Frankfort 0 Trojans 9 Muncie l Trojans lO Marion 5 Trojans 4 Anderson ll Trojans 9 Marion 6 Trojans ll Richmond 4 Trojans 2 V2 Anderson l 2 V2 Trojans lO Muncie 5 Row l - Bob Walcott, Bruce Koger, Jerry Childs. Row 2 - Mike Thalls, Coach Hay Lloyd Koger. Row 1 Gene Bailey Max Bokma Ernc May Tom S ayzee Ronme DeCoursey Jam Worthlngton Jerry Swayzee Row 2 Manager Bob Cox Chap Edwards Richard Jones Kay Muller Jack Razor O T Myers Row 3 Manager Carl Graham Manager Rlchard Alexander Don Forbes Fred Roberts Bob Veach Rnchard Mundy Jay Cottman Coach Kurby Coach Veach Muller Leads Thlnlles To New Records TROJAN THINLIES WIN AGAIN SNAP MORE RECORDS was a common headllne In the papers during the 1955 track season as the Trolans enloyed a much welcomed wlnmng streak wmnmg flve regular meets and dropping only one whlle placing well ln the varlous relays throughout the season Several records were broken by the Trolans Kay Muller conslstently crowded and passed the sux foot mark m The sensor star was the leading Trolan scorer as he racked up over 100 pounts Jerry Swayzee was the flrst Trolan pole vaulter to clear eleven feet In a decade Another bug record threat which thrilled the crowds last season was the mule relay squad of Razor Barley Edwards and May Wlth such boys as Kay Muller Terry Bunner Jerry Swayzee Bob Veach Fred Roberts Don Forbes Enc May Jack Razor Chap Edwards Max Bokma Jay Cottman Richard Jones Ruchard Mundy Jlm Worthmgton Gene Barley Ronme DeCoursey O T Myers Doug Walls Tom Swayzee Jnm Hopkms and Phll Burton Coaches Bob Kirby and Wilbur Veach worked hard to form a team which always gave Its opponent a rough time on the track Many of these boys were expected back thus sprung One 11111141141 Tuuztx Eight New New New New New New TRACK RECORD Castle 84 1 2 Splceland 39 1 2 Mlddletown 34 Castle 76 3X5 Morton M 551f5 Morristown 25 1X5 Castle 75 Castle 77 Castle 66 Castle 47 Rushvllle Pendleton Connersvulle Rlchmond Noblesville Relays Frankfort 68 Noblesville 39 New Castle 35 Lebanon 27 Frankfort Relays Frankfort 87 2f3 New Castle 58 Lebanon 35 1 3 Crawfordsvvlle 19 1X3 Muncie Relays Muncle Central 59 3 4 Anderson 34 1X2 Marlon 24 Richmond 21 1X4 Kokomo 11 1f4 New Castle 9 1X4 " 1 I I 5 I W I I I 1 . 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B L A N D ' S S P O R T I N G G O O D S IAII Broad s1. Phone 797 1. Bland J. Razor M. 1110115 Um' Ilzmflrrfl lffffly Whether it's for a big dance or iust everyday - LLOYD BEALL has the clothes to fit the occasion. Buy the clothes that impress the gals. LLOYD BEALL i' QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT THE RIGHT PRICE l3O0 Broad Phone 4l5 L. Green C. Beall PERFECT PICKING . . . IS NO TRICK AT ALL IF YOU BUY FROM THE LARGE SELECTION OF QUALITY FOODS AT . . . BECKER BROS. GROCERY 925 S. Main Phone 2412 I202 S. I4th Phone 478 G. Livers B. Himes FOR THE BEST IN FARM EQUIPMENT, BUY WISELY AT JOHN DEERE Jimmy and Marilyn will tell you that the New JOHN DEERE Tractors are the best . . . WILSON GRAIN 8. IMPLEMENT, INC. 403 Spring Phone 136 J. Cole M. Shockley U llul1Jn'd fully-lfigfzt "DOUG'S HAMBURGERSH "GO WHERE THE CROWD GOES" EAT YOUR LUNCH AT . . . -'DouG's" All new building and equipment! New sandwich specials! Ice cream, chicken, and shrimp in a basket. 22l S. l4th Phone ll37 E. Merrill B. Fadely J. Crawford C. Sweigart J. Whiteman ls school getting you down? Are your evenings dull? Don't be just half living, join the crowd and feel the thrill of a strike at SCHUHARDT'S BowLlNG ALLEY 1621 Broad Phone H29 S. Stout J. Neirinck B. Luellen RUST'S STUDEBAKER-PACKARD Dealers of New Castle proudly present the car of the year for the class of the year . . . RUST'S MOTOR SALES 1529 Broad Phone l2lO D. Selke J. Rush J. Walden Une Humlrml I-'arty N fi? AS SERGEANT PRESTON WOULD SAY . . . "MUSH, WE'RE OFF T0 THE YUKON" THE YUKON In New Castle Has the Best Snacks in Town H02 Race Phone T52 C. Bradshaw R. Reeves C. VanBuskirk J. Jordan A. Zimmerman R. Cox FOR A QUICK SNACK AFTER THE GAME OR DANCE FOLLOW THE CROWD!! THEY'LL COME TO HOWARD'S Meet Your Friends and Chat While You Wait for Howard's Delicious Snacks HOWARD'S DARI-IN State Road 3, North Phone 581 W. Keesling J. Rigney S. McKown E. Catron L. Lee The Rosennial Staff Buys Wisely . . . THEY sHoP AND SAVE AT I ' PENN EY' 04 Broad Phon Y' There s CI one and only ln refreshment, too figs I ffjgf' 'Q J ff 1 GZ ff' K 7 I+ Z ...J 1 W m 1---",,-1...-4' J COCA COLA BOTTLING C0 I ., f NEW CASTLE, IND 7 I l U I LX I v , ,Q 'QE :J 5. NIM I 'Sv ' X T X?XwI!'x J Q 2 f f J ' X ff , ' ! ' 5 x ., I W :II I X 'J L em- ,"i 5A"3'Jff ' , f X QIIIII f, IIIII ,2 ,l f QI cf - ff f I X f X I ff f I ,744 ' If F 'QI - Sgr! ' I I ef' I Xb i A 'X '1' Ay ii f x . . 5 X ff f f fn' 1 --' I x 3- -.-- X XI! ,I 4 H E . :hi--, 'S I I 1. rpg 'I FN Il - X QI' f - C O Vg Uzs bssf sf banks. .. Cakes the best sf printers. . . ERE SARA AND ROSEMARY CONSULT R. JAMES HARROLD BEFORE THE COPY OR THE ROSENNIAL IS LINOTYPED Msggfwsx, Q Muncie, Indiana Hur Iff11gf,'wfffrlf',7'w yearbook efflclency by Indeco expert plonnmg Top personol service bolonced budget sknllful design PUBLICATION DIVISION INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY INC 6I'I NORTH PARK AVENUE INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA 0 0 0 I ,, I :II . I , I , . U ' II11f14In'1I IU -I' 7 Anderson Abrell ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES A Cappella Chour Alpha Trl Hu Y Altrusa Girls Band Baseball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Beta Tr1H1 Buble Club Boys State Cheerleaders B Team Cheerleaders Varsuly Crescendo Varieties Crass Country Curtaun Call Dance Kungs and Queens C Electronucs Club Faculty Faculty Tea B Team Captauns Freshman Varsuty Teams Ballard Ice Hardware Becker Bros Grocery Best Ever Daury Beverly Shop Blands Sportmg Goods Brammer Jacobs Furniture Co Castle Theatre Century Press Cutuzen s Buuldung 8. Loan Assn Cutuzen s State Bank Clutt Payne Clufts Shoe Store Coca Cola Bottlung Co Coffin s Jewelers Courier Times Cruders Drive ln Daury Queen Denton Drug Co 3 JI 9 6 4 6 47 46 47 37 4 40 9 4 7 4 Football Foo ball Football Foreugn Captauns Freshman Team Varsuty Student Day Freshman Class A Gurls Concert Chour Gurls State Golf Team Harvest Hop Hearts H1 Y Juntor Junuor Junuor Junuor Junuor Hop Class Class Oftucers Prom Rotaruans SunShune Latin Club Macerettes Machunust Club Madrugal Ma1orettes Morale Committee ADVERTISERS Doug s Edwards Jewelers Falck s Pharmacy Fashion Shop Fuschel s Jewelers Goodwun Bros Automobile Co Goodwun Pope Harry s Appliance Store Horney s Howard S Graver Motor Sales Howard s Daru Inn Indianapolis Engravung Ca Inc J Warren Worl Luncoln Press Lloyd Beall Mary Woodbury s Meadow Gold Morrus Chevrolet 4 O 5 7 O6 49 5 46 4 36 4 39 36 4 47 50 54 7 4 4 46 4 Nallonal Honor Orchestra PHOENIX Stott T A ea Purdue Leglslalure Questers Hu Y Raduo ROSENNIAL Stott School Board Scuence Club Senuor .ueruor Senuor Sentor Senuor Class Soclety Class Otfucers Class Play SunSh1ne Vespers Sophomore Class Spanlsh Club Speech X Stunkers Strung Ensemble Student Councul Track Team TROJAN TRIBUNE Staff Wrestling Morton s Apparel Shop Myers Appliances Newby Paul J C Penney Co Ramsey Auto Sales Ridge Drug Co Rusts Motor Sales Schutt s Shoe Store Schutfman s Furnuture Store Schuhardts Bowlung Alleys Tapscotts Dress Shop Tom Petty Studuo Top Hat Druve Inn Unger Stapleton Vance s Restaurant C T Wulson Bros Wulson Gram 81 Implement Yukon Co STUDENTS AND ADMINISTRATION Larry JoAnn 60 Phllllp Barbara Abshxre Abshure Abston Aclrenhusen Robert Mr Charles Dxxle Judy B1 2 29 6 Bob Douglas Gerald Agee james Aker Warren Albertson Jerry Albertson Paul Alcorn john Alderson Anna Alexander Phtl Alexander Rebecca Alexander Ruchard Allen M1ke Amburgey Al1ce Acrey Acton Acton Adams Adams Adams Adlnns 02 46 96 70 90 3 46 145 00 04 0 4 3 3 06 29 06 Amburgey Manlyn Amos Beverly Ann 910 Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson 38 39 Anderson Anderson Andrews Anspach Anspach Carroll Mrs Dennls Jack Mary Kay Nancy 92 9 04 9: 9 0 Nula Sharlene Ruth Miss Gary MeIv1n Armstrong L1nda Arnette Joyce Arthur Gall Arthur Ruta Asberry Monrue Ashby Multon Ashley jxmmy Atasenko Vrktors Ayres Gerald 70 96 9 6 Q 46 3 46 96 22 0 06 54 0 0 135 22 00 0 03 03 4 Babb1tt Sharon 7 Ba1ley Ba1ley Baulcy Ba1ly Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baganz Carolynn Gene 96 J udy L1nda 70 Muldred Powell Mrs Ann Charles Don Eddle Geoff james james E james W Ruchard Robert Sue Ann Susan Thornton Baldoclc DIXIE Baldock Linda Ballard Carole 3 6 Mr I Ont Ilunalrul fu 07 00 2 9 7 4 9 4 49 4 49 42 44 4 0 0 129 0 94 05 7 02 117 00 0 fn Fuue ' ..... . ... 34 F. 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