New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN)

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I .ff fm lim Kim 6 a:.nvzb,......,.....f.N--W-'H l-'rfrrurvrwr - If Ms v ,xl w 3 Y 1 I, ,l,: P7 5213 1 W,- 5 Q CLASS OF 1, .F ?. a-'E I F I V r I V 1"i+N- A Q y 2,5 Z 98 an , Y f I1ERE One of our finest assemhlv programs this vear featured the appearance of Lee Wallard, former "500" winner. He em- phasized the importance of safe driving, not only on the 2 1K2 mile oval, but also on the highway. f i l -1 - x Q Our winners, Dahl Black, Susan Moody, Jeanne Fruchey, and Janice Chausse, admire the trophy they won for our school in our own New Haven Speech Tournament. s 1 Student teachers, Jim Jacobs and Paul Goeglein, illustrate two fundamental equations of their chosen professions. 'ffQfsQ TLCQ ji. 'I Llrw To The I Hg,-iURNi s i U l 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 0 AND THERE Following our County tourney victory, Lani Norton, who was unable to play this year because ol' a back injury, takes his turn in Cutting down the nets, wishing him and the team a successful season. mg Coach Ellenherger might be timing Gary Hummer, who takes his turn at the mike, during the pep rally following our county tourney victory. -l03 During the first basketball pep session, Jerry Daniels of- fers a "live" good luck token to Coach Norm Ellenberger, TERRY EUGENE WICK "Twick" Pep Club 23 Intramural 1, Football lg Bowling 2, Letter- ma.n's Club 1, Latin Club 4, Con- sul 4, Science Club 3, 45 FTA 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chapain, 3, Pres- ident 4: Choir 35 NFL 3, 4: Masque and Gavel 3, 4: Student Council 3, Vice-president 3, Mi- rage 3, Class President 3, 4. Am- bition: "Jo" 'til I find "McKee" to my heart. "Click with Wick." WANDA IRENE YODER ..Y0.. SSS 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4: In- tramural Ig GAA lg Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- president 4, Student Council 4, Mirage 4, Faculty Editor 4: Na- tional Honor 3, 4, Secretary-trea- surer 4: Class cheerleader 3: Class Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Be suc- cessful and tame the big, "Baden wolf. "Do you know what I meanfl' RONNIE EDWARD GUTHIER " Ron" Intramural 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2g Track 1, 2, 3, 49 Letterman'sClub1 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Quartermaster 3, Quartermaster 4: Prom King 3: Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice- president 4. Ambition: Be a bachelor and own a Colorado ranch with five beautiful maids. JW' S IOR OFFICER AER ING jfgift. . 11.15 1,-ra rqn!-.Xe. lffinvil . . DIANE MAXINE DEITSCHEL "Deitch" SSS 1, 2.3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4: Freshman cheer- leader, Reserve cheerleader 2, Cheerleader 4: Prom Attendant 3, Class Treasurer 1, 3, 4. Ambition: Secretary. "I get the LWillies' on the Moeller Road." In September of 1955, 190 of us entered New Haven. The future looked bright to us, and We felt that we had nothing to lose and everything to gain. Also we felt proud to be the first class to start its four years in the new building. During our first two years Al Hermann was our able leader. Also during this time were the usual initiations, class tourneys, and parties. Terry Wick has guided us the last two years through all the Prom worries and Com- mencement woes. Four years ago most of us thought we would never make it to be Seniors. But 147 of us did, and it is with many memories of "Old New Haven" that we leave these hallowed halls to go out and face the world. - RUDY'S New Haven, Indiana ALMA RUTH ARTMAN SSS 2, 3, -lg Band 4, Ambition: Secretary. 'iq 'Tw TERRY GENE AESCHLIMAN DONALD EUGENE AHR PHILIP EUGENE APPLEGATI-I "Tiny" "Dun" 'l'hil" Attended Western Hills High School, Cincin- Wrestling 2, Baseball Manager 1, Intramural Yfllllh fill' Cl1I'lS! 3 AfI1lNU0f1Y Own ii liiielfl' nati, 1, 2, Football 3. Ambition: College and get Manager l, 2. Ambition. Accountant, Car than Roger uwnf. the most for the least. "No kidding." CAROLE JEAN BADE SANDRA S171-IALTGENSTEIN "Sandy" SSH 1, 2, Ji, 4, Treasurer Sl, Presl- den! 4, Sunshine Camp -4, Pep Ulull l, 2,2l, GAA 1,2515 Fresh- man theerleader, Reserte cheer- leader 2, 23, Student C1iunt'il2,3, Sevretary 2, Mirage ll, 4, National Honor ll, 4 Ainlntmn Rem-ive a feeling of satislanllun from every- thing l du --Jean-4 .JAMES ALLEN BEARMAN SSS 1, 2, 3, -4: Science Club 4: Junior Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer 2, Vice-presb ETHEL MAE BP-HUB "Jim" dent 4, Training Camp 21 FTA 1, LZ, 3, 4, Band lnlfiimufal l.2.li.4.GlfHf'll1b 4.Cl1UIf54.4. 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary -lg SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Mi- Band 1, 2, 11, 4, Band Council 4, Dance Band 1 Girls' State 3. Ambition: Take one pair of pa- rage 4. Ambition: Be a success in everything I Ambition Become a "he-p-cat" entertainer jamas to a slumber party. "Oh, pot!" do. 'Don't let it bother you I' if' 1' W NEW HAVEN AUTO RENEWAL 24-Hour Wrecker Service -105- SCHOOL BOARD WI!! '4' ,ffm SEATED: Herbert P. Brudi, treasure-rg John L. Van Kirk, presidentg and Caryl M, Leslie secretary. STANDING: Paul R. Wieseg Paul Harding, superintendentg and E, Paul Schnepel. OFFICE SECRETARIE BELOW: Mrs. Ethel Krouse, general secretaryg Mrs. Vivian Purvis, secretary to Mr. Hard- ingg Miss Geneva Doehrman, secretary to Mr. Henwoodg and Mrs. June Guthier, secretary to Mr, Holt. rl fs' ELWOODS TEXACO SERVICE U.S. 24 and Broadway--Phone 5393 Wt RONALD L BENDER '1Ron" Attended North Side High School, Fort VVayne. 1, lntramural1I,Sj, Baseball Student Manager 2 Ambition. Find niy grammar book, ROGER DEAN BENZINGER CAROL ANNE BOEHM Rog" "Many" Ambition: Own the fastest car ln Fort Wayne SSS 1, LZ, 3, -1, GAA 1. 13,43 Science Cluh 3. Ambition: Become a math teavher. "Now or never." CA ROL JUAN BONJOUR "Frenchy" SS51,2,3,41 lntramural 1,21 GAA 1. 2. Ambition: Be a good lxeautician and a good wife "A lit- tle- luck can go along way." 5 . -lOYl'l5 EMILY BOWSER 'Vi GLORIA ANN BORK SSS 1,1Z,3,4,Arnb1tlon: Travel and Stay single. NOltBER'l'JOSE1'H BOWERS "Joy" LEE ROY LYNN BRUECK "Nl-lbby" SSSl.1Z.3.4.Pep Club 1. 2, 3,41 Intramural Intramural 1, 4. FF.-13, 4: Choir 1.2, 3,-1, 1,2, Il,-1. GAA 1,2,Ji,-1, Point Recorder 41 Ml- Assistant Librarian 43 Masque and Gavel 1Z,3. Amhxtmn, Become a "when-l." rage 4. Amblt1on'Tlnie will tell. Amhitloni Farmer, in Ui -106- HARLAN IMPLEMENT SALES. Harlan. Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer lndiana it QNX tt MW X t xx we X RQ X , X xx X x wtf ,ix N MW Nx - 'N5f2.:.+ - tx Q ..- . NN X QQ ga S "?fN.leq.,. . . f. :Rf tC' -v 3.'f:5?:I'f'55'fiQt'ST, Ei3iQ?5EI:S-Fi?-.:f"f'ii'?:S'?-155':"fIi'.I -:N T v ' A . ' rw-. - ex . : A ' . .. 5' , , ., , '- -E:1q,:Qr: , ' M A-I-fit 7 . 1. xi ' . fm ' N 231 . , :IMY3:SQ1f3Afi5. 5 A .N 9 'xx 1 X , XA. K 95.5 , '-N aria. - -, ,, ,A lf" 1' ' N .All . ft L rx ., 1.pS3Six- ' 5 'c- 'N-ng Qs.,-1 a if CAROL HELEN BRYAN CLARENCE GEORGE BUNCH SSS 1. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Latin Club 1, 2. Ambition: Air Force officer. 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Mirage 4, Girls' Sports Editor 4g National Honor 4, Ambition: Live. love, laugh, and be happy. MARY JO CLINE "Toots' Attended Concordia High School. Fort Wayne, 1.2, SSS 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4g Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Court Reporter 3, 4, FTA 3, 4. Ambition: Make my future English students love me and English' Q. .:. at, -r L W". . 'M rf- . , .f-A . Sf? 5 X S . .lf- H. MICHAEL CASE IAMICHIEQ' Intramural 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 43 FTA 2: Golf 2, Hi-Y 43 Choir 4, Band 1, 2, Sergeant 1, Student Council 4, Boys' State 3. Ambition, Go to the Air Force Academy--then raise a family 0' 'C' JEANETTE MARIE CONRAD "Jeanie" SSS 1.2.3,-lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Librarian -1, Ambition. Career in nursing. "Hitch your wagon to a star." MARLIN LEROY CULY NORWOOIJ ROSCOE CUMMINS THOMAS SYLVESTER CUNNINGHAM "Curly" "Mike" FFA 1, Choir 3, 4. Ambition: Be a dirt farmer Intramural 1, 25 Cross, Country 1, Track 1, 2, on 1,000 acres. Ambition: Be a success. "Let's flag Bob." fflff-. "Tom" Football 1, 2, Wrestling 2, Letterman's Club 1,2 Ambition Civil engineer. ip, MELVIN WITMER, 4312 Spanish Trail, Fort Wayne, Indiana T-0812 - - "Builder and Subdivider of Hacienda Village" JERRY LEE DANIELS JAMES N. DAVIS Latin Club 23, 4, President 3: Football 1, 2. 3, "Jim" 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Letterman's Club 1. 2.15.43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms Ambition: Be a success at being a success. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambitionz Live fur a long. "Oh, boy." long time. FRED RAYMOND DRAYER 'Freddie' Intramural 1, 2, 23: Science Club 4, Junior Red Cross 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Football l, 2. Wrestling JI, Track 1, 2, Letter- rnan's Club l, 2, Ambition: Do the best l ran and some day acquire my uvxn l'Na" in the month of May DONALD WAYNE DeCAMP A'Don" FFA 1, 2, 3, Secretary l, Reporter 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Reporter 2. Ambition: Get the most for the least. DAVID ALAN DUMFORD "Dave" Cross Country 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, Treasurer 4, Science Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, Mirage 4, Sports Editor 4, Ambition: College. "Bet- ter late than never." DOROTHY LOU EHLE .IACQIJELYNN SYLVIA DuMONT "Um" LARRY WAYNE EMENHISER "Pinkie" SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Intramural 1, 2, HEmef50nA' 3,-1, GAA l,2,3,-1, Band l,2,f!, 4, Assistant SSS l, 2, JI, 4, Intramural lg Ambition: Bus- Librarian 2 Librarian Zi, 4, Science Club 4, FTA Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, I-Ii-Y 4. Ambition: Be int-ss College--then own the East 30 Drive'In. ll, 4, Ambition: Get a lot done without working successful in whatever I do. 'Where there is a 'l-'ur I'ete's sake." ton hard. "Sugar Jets." will, there is a way." '4' wr . 3 r I 'Y. -lO8- 'K- ANDY AND ARCI-IIE'S CITIES SERVICE N.H. 5943 535 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana P JANICE EILEEN EVANS KAREN RUTH EVARD GLORIA JANE FORSYTH SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1. Ambition: Be the "Kay" next "Miss America" and see all the men in the SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, SSS 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1. Am world. 3, Intramural 1, 2, 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Secre- other ring. tary 3, Science Club 3, Class cheerleader 2. 3. Ambition: Nurses' training. 5 RICHARD LEE FRANCE "Dick" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Track lg Baseball 23 Choir 4. Ambition: College. I .E "Glo" bition: Secure an- NICHOLAS JULIUS FRATO, JR. ..Nick., Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 35 Science Club 4, Projectionist's Club 1, 2, Electronics Club 4, Vice- preaident 45 Hi-Y 4. Ambition: Navy-'then electronica. "So I see." JEANNE ETHELYN FRUCHEY WILLIAM B. FRITCHA "Bill" PAUL EDWARD FROCK Science Club 3, 45 FTA 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Mirage 2, 3, 4, National Honor 3. 4. Ambition: College--live and learn. "What do you think?" FFA 1, 2, Cross Country 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 35 Student Council 1. Ambition: Go steady for four years. right climate, "Fruch" SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Science Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, NFL 43 Masque and Gavel 3 4, Class cheerlead- er lp Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Find the MURPHY INSURANCE CENTER, 626 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana N.H. 4843 "For Friendly Insurance Service" -109 KAY JUDY GEORGE JERRY LEE GEPHART DENNIS ADRIAN GIRARDOT "George" 4'Skip" "Denny" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Attended South Side High School, Fort Intramural 1, 2. Ambition: Be the world's Band Council 4. Ambition: Become a head book- Wayne, 1, 2. Ambition: Graduate from high most carefree bachelor until something better keeper at lnternation Harvester with Larry. school. comes along. "Oh, you didn't! ' NADINE ELSA GLIEDT ..Na., SSS 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, G AA I, 21 Mirage 45 National Honor 3, 4. Ambitioni Possess my own washer and "Drayer." "Oh, Fred- die!" JAMES C. GOEGLEIN it BONNIE VIRGINIA GOEGLEIN ..Bon.. SSS 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, In- tramural 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Work in an office with a handsome bachelor boss. "Ah. come on!" THOMAS KENNETH GROSS TIM LAVON GRATZ 4'Tom" "Jim" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Wrest' Intramural I,2,41Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Choir 1, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA I, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- ling 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 2. Ambition: Electrical engineer. "Neater than tion: Be a successful farmer. "How about that!" 1, 2' 3, 4, Ambition: Rich bachelor, a peanut!" -llO- THE V. M, SHOE STORE, 501 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana "Shoes for the Family' Qs au" GEORGE ROBERT HANDLIN "Butch" Intramural 13, Science Club 3,41 Band 1, 2. 3. 4, Captain 4. Ambition: Tell the truth about my dates. DENNIS WILLIAM HARTMAN "Den" Attended Shawnee High School: Intramural 3. 4: Glee Club 3,41 Hi-Y 4. Ambition: Collegeunews- paper work and travel around the world. SALLY SUE HECK Attended Elwood High School, Elwood 1, 2, 33 SSS 43 Pep Club 4. Ambition: Remember last names, "Oh, H.. . .ecl-tl" W MICHAEL PAUL HARDING "The Shadow" Cross Country 45 Football 1, 2. Basketball l. 23 Track 1, 2, 4, Letterman's Club l, Science Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2.14, Vice-President 41 Stu- dent Council 2,-1. Ambition: Stay a bachelor as long as I can, - JOHN STEPHEN HARRIS "Harry ' Intramural 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2: Sci- ence Club 3, 4: H1-Y 3, 4g NFL 45 Masque and Gavel 2, 3,-1, President 4. Ambition: Say "Point of order" at the right time and get credit for it. L ARE LLL HRIILLLTI' ramurall I Pool: EDWARD ARTHUR W. HERMAN "Eddie" Football lp Basketball 1, 25 Track lg Baseball 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Meat cutter "Keep that "50" Ford rollin!" Ambition lollege- then enpineer ing 2"""'!" ALFRED L HERMANN "Fritz" Cross Country 4. Basketball l, Z, J. 4, Track I, Baseball Zi, Lettermank Club l. LI,IJ.-1, Sti- ence Club Il, 4, I'rom Altentlant 3, Class Presi- dent 1, 2, National Honor -l, 4 Ambition Col- lege fa' ,J N' il PARKEITS SHELL SERVICI-1,536 Lincolnway, New Haven, Indiana Goodyear Tires, Batteries, and Accessories L l i-I Le-tternia Q tlubl 7 i 4 Silent 1 DAVID ALLEN HIEBER DONALD WILLIAM HITZEMAN TERRY LEON HOLSTON "Dave" "Hitz" "Leon" Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FPA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Intramural 1, Science Club 3, 4, Electronics Intramural 2, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Ambition: 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Mirage 1. Ambition: Make Club 4, President 4, Ambition: Electronic en- Get an "A" from Mr. May on my term paper. a million telling jokes. gineer, "Eureka!" MARY CHARLENE INMAN "Char" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, In- tramural 1, GAA 1, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Mirage 4. Ambition: Success and happiness in the business world. "How about a highlight-- Miller, that is." CAROL SUE JOHNSON "Suzie" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, 2, GAA 1. 2, Fu- ture Nurses 3, 4, Science Club 4, Medical Divi- sion, President 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Be a registered nurse and then hope to "What a riot!" TZ? -ll2- TANYA LUCILLE Ki-:SHE A-Pinky" SSS1.2,3.-1, Pep Club 3, 4: Intramural 1, 2.51, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Science Club 3. Ambition, Marry a millionaire so I can have a big house with a lot of bathrooms. "Sure hope Larry makes a milliun. ' ROBERT LEE JEFFERY "Jeff Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2 Golf 2. Ambition: Accountant "Not respectable." ROBERT LEE KERNS "Little Bob" Science Club 3, 4. Ambition: Electrical engi- neer, T, YODI-JR-BUILDER 'I'-78ll JACQUELINE SUE KESTNER SUZANNE DOROTHY KNIPSTEIN JOSEPH EDWARD KOHR "Jackie" "Suzy" "Joe" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Intramural SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 23 Intramural 1, 2, Football 1, 2: Wrestling 1, 23 Letterman's 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Training Choir lg Li- GAA 1, 2, Librarian 4. Hair stylist. "Oh, to be Club 3, 43 Science Club 3, 4. Ambition. Make a brarian 3. Ambition: Only time will tell. . different!" hot one out of my "Chev." "Take it easy," My future is in God's hands. "Oh, why am I so stupid?" GARY KENT KUMMER "Ramar" Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Track 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 4, Student Coun- cil 1, 2. Ambition: From the Air Force to the jungle. "Don't worry about me." DAVID ALLEN LAKE large, my 5 PATRICIA LEE LANTZ "Dave" SHARON ANN LAMPKINS LARRY EDWARD LAHRMAN 'tLawrence" Science Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Band 4. Ambition: Be real "George" "Turn out the lights and see what happens," "Trish" Intramural 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4: Science Club "ShBl'0ll" 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 1, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 45 G-A-A 1, 2. 1, Wrestling lg Track 1, Band l, 2, 3. Ambition: SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Ambition: Be a 43 Mirage 4. Ambition: Fly over the rainbow College. good secretary. "Jumping Jupiwr!" and never look back. "Indubitably." ORVILLE STURM, Auctioneer and Real Estate N.l-I. 4663 -113- lnlh I N NI-l'I"l'I-1l1ll,l,l-INI,OMUN'l' S55 l, J, .l, 4, Pup I Iuh l, 2, .I, . "'1-"f1'1- .213 A flung its J VVILLIAM LICISIQN MARY MAE LEISTNER SANDRA JEAN LEPPER '1H1Il" '1PuodIes" "Sandy" Ifuutlrall l, 12, ll, 4, Wrestling LZ. Tran-k I.1l1 SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, GAA I1 Future SSS I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Intramural 1, 23 I,elternian's l'luh 1, 12,41 Science Cluh II, 4. Hi- Nurses 31 Librarian 4. Ambition: Airline Host- GAA 3, Future Nurses 3, 4, Vice-president. 3, Y 2, Tj, 4 Anihitinn: Have any amlnlnin ess and then who knows? President 43 Science Club 4, Mirage 4, National Honor 3. Ambition: Nursing a "DeI." "No Kiddin!" 4 M -'X 4 X I Intrainumll 4 MAAI I I'I-X I 1, 5etl'el.1rx -I,'I'rannny,1t'lwir I Nliraur -I 'Vxpial 4, I,iln'urua uhiiwn lfintl nux I-itil IJ4 nl II4- cr nw ai hui ,. X ..., - , CAROL LONGARIJNI-lli SSS l, 2, li, 4, Intramural I, 2, I'ep t'luh 2, Si, 4, Masque and Gavt-I Sl, 4, Treaaurtir 4, NFL 4, Student ffuunuil I, 1!,Jl, IN'I1rage-15, 4. Se-nmr Iitlitor 4, Natnvnal Honor J, 4, Vice-preaident 4, Girl! State Sl, I'runi Alle-ntlant ll, Ainlnlmn. Be an nld niaul with Sue and he-Ip run that hoard- ing house 'Can you iniagine that" -. mv.. ,.- ,... ,,., .V-A-N - ,N : M. .-.t,.'5,s:g::-f.,q.1,,t,M 45.2,-tzg, ' I tQQr3'1f.a:ti:-k:"tf1' ve' iw- '5r25.--gzngiriigg ' '-1f':,::5.ffY ' , - , , , -, 4 X YE- -SRA, H5 'rw H f -:Ns54t.'- RICHARD PAUL LOUDEN MAX EUGI-JNIC LUUDEN Intramural I, Hi-Y 12, 13, 4, Chuir 4: Band 4 and then live near PHYLLIS ANNE LOMONT SSS 1,1 3, 4, Pep Cluh 3, 43 In- tramural I, GAA 1, Future Nurses 3,-1. Ambition: Be a nurse and marry a rich doctor. "I dun't know. "Dick" Amlntion: Own the hlggest drive-in in Indiana Intramural l, 2, 3, 4 Ambition: Own a cus' 1'F1ne." tum shnp, "l'ouId he!" ' -Ixvxi -if t 594 ......f- Q-4+-if D. O. MCCOMB 8: SONS, ll4U Lake Avenue, Furt Wayne, Indiana A-2182 Funeral Directors and Ambulance Service D' 11' S-.f HAY MARTIN IVIL-I"E"I'EHf-I JUN l,'I-Q ANN Mvlxl-IIC IIHIIHI..-XS JUHN M.-XYICII 'If-Iuxleyu 'lol' 'lmugglmf Attended Xlnla XVootl1'oxx Wllaon Hugh SSS I, 11, -5, 4, I'ep Vlul: I, 4, Inlmnnural I. Ifoollmll 1, Z, J, 4, Iiasltetlrall I, J, 'Imtlt 1, School Xln1a,Hantl44.-Xlnlnlum, Ivllllnonalrc-by IIA.-X l,vIun1or Itt-4l Vross 4, I,xln'.n1a114. Ml' 2, I,ollt-rllxalxk l'lulv li. -I. Ill-YZ.-l.4.5l1IrlL'IH rnarrlage. rugs 4, Annlntlon lit-zan1.1gu'um.mll know one Vounrll 4, Anllnlnon Mm- worry" ' l'l.n1x " good "'I'xx1tk." I ran hardly null' BEYERIA' -II-IAN MI-lYI'2R "Bev SSS 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club-1: ln tramural 1, 23 GAA 1, Z, Amlu tion: Secretary "S1lence ls gold enr.. SUSAN KAN IVIOUIJY 'Sueu sss 1, 2, :s, 4, wp Club 1, 2, .x, 4, QAA 1, 2. Librarian 4, Junior Red Cross l, 3, li, 4, X Ive- president 2, Si, Sevrelary-treasuler 4. l"'I'A 12.3, 4, Secretary Ii, NFL -Igtllutlentl'ounv.'ll1Z,J5, Treasurel' -S: IN1x1'age2i,-1, St-nlor Edllur 4, Na- tional Honorii,-1, Prom Attendant Ji, Amln- tion: Be an old mend wlth Carol and help run that hoarding house 'People jumt rlon't do thmgs luke that ' LI-IROY WAYNI-I MUSIII-QR Int 'Slmf mmural l,1!,SS, 4, FI-'A I, Z, -5, 4, Youth lol lhr1sl.I, Alnlnt1un,Goou! West and lvuy a ranvh 4l'f".:, If, I'AI' I. HI 'll NI'lI'IfLflllsx1r1Hlt't- .Ml .-XNTIIUNX fXIl1Iil.I "I'um' Atlt-ollt-cl Marnnon Mllnlnry .-Xtzulvxnx I, I, XX rt-alllng l, 'l'x.ul-x .i,tolo1 hularll I, 4. Nlxmgt- 4 .-Xnululnon lit-llxt-m.1'l4I': Span ght-llx lung Ht- uflmlm-cl lu dnt unul you h.ut- uunfo11nt- Nnlory lol hulnumlx " DAX IIJ EDWIN hll'ltltIiI,l. "l'.ur1.4n" lnlrumurzil12,I'oollmll I, 2, 25. I,t-llurluamk tluh l, -, 45, II:-H J, fl, -I, Amlulmn Hun .ln ull gul urmx ll .lnxlmdx tan do lt, ltnmn um ' ,- ,. xt , . -ll5- FACULTY -14 SHUT! Daniel W. Boylan Degree, A.B. from St. Josephs Collegeg English and Remedial Reading: Sponsors Masque and Gavel and National Forensic Leagueg Pet Peeve--"Split infinitives lparticularly hy television an- nouncerslug Hobbies--Don't have time for anv. Colleen C. Grabner Degree BA. from Ball State Teachers College: English and Li- braryg Sponsors Sunshine Society and Fresh- man Classg Pet Peeve--"But I left my hook in my locker", Hobbies--Flower growing and shopping. Francis E. May Degrees, A.B. from Ball State Teachers College and M.A. from Uni- versity of Michigan: Speech. Grammar 112, and English Literatureg Sponsors Masque and Gavel, National Forensic League, Na- tional Honor Society, and Junior Class: Pet Peeve--"Students who come to class unpre- pared", Hobbies--Euchre, pinochle, and fishing. A 1 Kathleen M. Paddock Degree, B.S. in Edu- cation from Huntington Collegeg Englishg Pet Peeve--Poor spellers": Hobbies--Golf and two boys, age three and seven. Betty -I. Leuenberger Degrees, B.S. and MA. from Ball State Teachers Collegeg Eng- lish and Governmentg Sponsors Sunshine Society and Freshman Classg Pet Peeve-- "Did I leave my book in here yesterday?", Hobby--Reading. Virginia I. Graebner Degrees, B.S. and M. A. in Education from Ball State Teachers Collegeg English: Sponsors Sophomore Class and Sunshine Society: Pet Peevc-- 'Mrs. Graehner, what shall I do? I forgot my pap- er.", Hobbies--Traveling and gardening. -u-of THE PEOPLES TRUST Sz SAVINGS COMPANY, .3- Bueter Road at New Haven Avenue "Bank Under the Clock" WAYNE LOUIS MUSATICS "Hotlips' Attended Eaton High School, Eaton 1, 2: Hi- Y 45 Youth for Christ 3, 45 Band 3. Ambition: Minister "A pretty girl is like a melody--after you marry her, you have to face the music," MARSHA JOAN PARENT 4'Joanie" SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 45 Choir 45 NFL 3, 45 Stu- dent Council 1, 3, Secretary 35 Cheerleader 45 Class Vice-presi- dent I, 3. Ambition: Get some- where--anywhere--early. "Forget it." 'IQN BEVERLY ANN NICHOLOFF "Bev" SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural 1, 2, 45 GAA 1, 2, 4. Ambition: "Neal" at the alter with certain little "Cub." LEE ALLEN NICKERSON "Nick" Attended Tech High School, Indianapolis, I, 25 Cross Country 41 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 3, 45 Science Club 3: Mirage 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 45 Na- tional Honor 3, 45 Prom Attendant 3. Ambi- tion: Be six feet tall. LOIS MARIE PIPER BETH LYNN PARKS SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 45 Intramural 1, 2, 45 GAA 1, 2, 4 Junior Red Cross 2, 35 FTA 35 Mi rage 4, Snapshot Editor 4. Ambi tion: Secretary, MARY CATHERINE PAVEY "Lo" WILLIAM GAYLOR RAMSEY SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2. Ambition: Be the SSS 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 GAA 15 Choir 1, only girl to attend Tri-State College. "Well, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, Ambition: Social worker. Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Track I, 25 Let- thanksf' "Don't look at me." terman's Club 1, 2, Ambition: Civil engineer. -ll6- EAVEY'S SHOPPING CENTER, Fort Wayne, Indiana 'wav SHIRLEY ANN REINKING 4'Breezy" SSS 1. 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural 15 GAA 1, 2, 35 Librarian 4, Student Council 15 Mirage 45 Ambition: Find the end of the rain- bow. "Who'?" SUSAN JANE ROBINSON "Susie" SSS 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- president 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Intramual 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, Junior Red Cross 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Librarian 3, President 45 Student Council 3, 41 Class Cheerleader I, 2, 35 Ambition: Secretary. RICHARD JOSEPH RENIER "Rich" Intramural I, 2, 3, 45 FFA 1, 25 Sentinel 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Letterman s Club 1, 2, 35 Am- bition: Take a life-time vacation. "Spend it while you got it -- you can't spent it when you're broke." 1 X N -Q Q STEVEN OWEN RICHHART "Sleve' Intramural 1, 2, Football 25 Track 1, 2, Let- terman's Club 2, Ambition: Race Drive "Re- lax, man, here we gof ROSI-ITTA JUNE ROIVIINES " Rose" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition. Own a million dollars. "You will never have to look for fr1ends5 they will look for you " DARRELL L. RUDOLPH WILLIAM EUGENE RUGER LARRY JAMES ROUSSEY "Rudy" "Bull" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambi- tion: Accountant. "It would run better if you Ambition: Have fun. "That's about the size Intramural l,2,3LAmblll0fli"L03fHI1d get put a nickle in it." gf it," away with lt." It's nice if you can do xt. ISENBARGER Kc LOMONT, New Haven, Indiana -ll7- L-mt-l'lul14, Vlmir 1, Hand l,1l,1l DONALD JAY RYAN 'A Don" Intramural l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Trark 1, Student Manager 3, Letterman's Club I, Jig Sci- ence l'lub -3, 4. Ambition: Make a million--then retire at 311. 'Never give up " liUHl'ili'l'A ,ll-IANNE SVHMIIJT "Bert" SSS l, Z, ll, -l, Pep Club 4, Scif .-Xnilullon lxt-up kinlling--it makes ln-oplv nonilvr nlial yoirre up In TERRY FREDERICK SAUVE JERRY WAYNE SCHLAUDROFF "Terry" "Pete" Ambition: Get on the police force in a warm Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4g FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, News climate. "You can please some ofthe people Reporter 3. Ambition: Farmer. "Don't tell your some ol' the time, hut you can't please all the neighbor." people all of the time." x Is ARLENE KAY SMELL .ll'lJY MARIE Sl'llLEli sss1.2,3,4,FTA 2, 3, 4, President 4: Choir l. 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Band 1, SSS 1, 2, JI, 4, GAA l, 2, 135 Mirage 4 Ambi- 2, 3, 4g Mirage 2,1143 NFL 4. Ambition: Live mln, Be 'Witu-." -ll8- in a "He-avin"' of dreams. "You fool." DAN PURVIS-REXALL DRUGS STEPHEN BLAINE SCHROEDER "Steve" Intramural 3,41 Cross Country 4: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track lg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 2, 3, 43 Boys' State 3. Ambia tion: Make tricycle motors. "No sweat!" CECILIA IRENE SMITH "Pinkie" Attended Central High Svhool, Fort Wayne, 1. 23 SSS 3, 45 Librarian 4. Ambition: Be a high school graduate and then .... 'P "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." DANIEL CLYDE STONE, JR. MARSHALL DEE SNYDER 'Marsh' Intramural 2, 3: Cross Country 4: l-'ootall 1: Basketball l, 233,41 Baseball 2, 3: Le-tternian's Club 2, 3: Science Club 3, 4: Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Band 1, Ambition: Automotive designer "Keep fighting for what you want." "Pebbles" Intramural 2, 8: Latin Club 3, 4: Bowling 3, 4: Science Club 4: Choir 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Stu' dent Conductor 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: NFL 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Have a blond with blue eyes to count my million that I will earn with my golden trumpet, "How about that --I never forget what I remember." CM' RUTH ANN SWARTZ que- ' ' ' ' - T-wi W 1 ,. 'Q ee RONALD JAY SI'RL'NLiER "Run" Intramural 1,23 Science Club li, -1, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 4: Youth for Christ 1, 15.5, 4, Yue- president ll, President 3, 4, Student l'nunt'll LZ, National H-inor -1, President 4 Anilntinn. Col- lege and engineering, but, must uf all, lu du Godk will. BETSY ll.-Xl' R.-X S'l'1iNli Heh SSS l, Ll. .l. -I, Pep Club .S, 4, lntr.1niui.ill 2,.l,4,l1.rXA l,J,:5,-l,Stu-leliltuunnlll Ani' lution Shay in lmme rntim inf lull .lu minutes "Ruthie-' LARRY DICE TESTER SSS1, 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Mirage 4. Mi- rage 4. Ambition: Private secretary. 'Whatever Intramural l, 2. 3, 4, Ambitmn lmifeaswnal will be, will be." accordiunist Q' : i uf' WILLARIJ LEWIS TRAVIS "Willy" Pep Vluls LI, Spanish Clulrl, Hi-Y Z. 15.4. lflimr 1, Student Countil l, Mirage 4, Reserve theerleader l Ambition Own a buslnese that will make me a million in une year Cb' 'er' ' , r' 4' BYERS BODY K PAINT SHOP Office Ii-T682 Shop A-7470 Complete Wreck Service l'.-XHUL LULISI-1 SQl'lli 2 at 'T li 'Shi-rti bbs l, 1, J, 4, MAA 1 .-Xinlutitin Be the lJcSl setretary p-veailile ll9- ls JULIA EVELYN VANKIRK "Julie" SSS 1. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Intramural I, 23 GAA 1, 23 Junior Red Cross 43 Youth for Christ 43 Choir 43 Mirage 3, 4. Ambition: I just want to dance through life. "May I ask with whom?" JON PAUL VONDERAU ,.J' Pi, Intramural 1, 2, 3. 41 Football 1, 2: Track 1, 23 Basketball Stu- dent Manager 1, 2, 13, 43 Letter- - man's Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Mirage 2, 3. Ambition: Architect. .., 3. " . bfi? . I Sin ' ,, ' 3 :gc 1. ' ig 1 we L JACK K. WEISENAUER Intramural 13 Science Club 3, 43 Choir 43 S :X CAROLYN LEE VAUGHN THOMAS ANDREW VOIROL HCV" "Zorro" SSS 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ambition: Farmer. "If it 3, 43 3GAA 1, ZZ, 33 Mirage 4. Ambition: Nursing doesn't work, trade it." career "It's fabulous." WILLIAM RUSSELL VONDRAN THOMAS A. WEISMAN "Tom" Baseball 1. 23 Letterman's Club 2, 33 Intra- Band 1, 23 Masque and Gavel 2, 33 Ambition: mural l, 2, 3. Ambition: Conquer and rule the Always try to do better than my best. "Where's your attitude, son?" 405 business world 'The lirst million is the hard- est." :pw XM "Bill' Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1 23 Wrestling 33 Track 1, 2: Let terman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition Always do my best. JOANNE LILLIAN WERLING MJD.. SSS 1, 12, 3, 4, Publicity chairman 23 Pep Club I, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. President 43 Jun- ior Red Cross 13 NFL 3, 43 Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 43 Mirage 3, 4, High salesman 33 National Honor 3, 4: Reserve cheerleader 13 Cheerleader ZZ, 15, 43 Track Queen 23 Track Attendant 33 Prom Queen 3. Ambition: Elementary teacher. T' - 120 - SMlTH'S STANDARD SERVICE. 402 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana Open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Phone 2198-300 -'f" ' so r , -.f:S s-- fm. Q ... I 'fl r Q Vu KENNETH HERBERT WERLING LARRY WAYNE WERLING "Kenny" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Own a "T- bird." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Be a farmer with a good tractor. LINDA ROSE WIEDEMANN "Weitz" SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4: G AA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Rep. at large 4: Mirage 4: Class cheerleader 2. Ambition: Be a suc- cess at whatever I atempt. JOHN MIKE WIDMAN "Woody" Intramural 1, 2,133 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Ambition: Forest ranger. BONNIE LOU WILT SSS 1, 2,3, 4: Intramural 1,2 GAA1,2,3,4, Future Nurses 3 4. Ambition' Nursing career. ROGER LEE WISLEY GORDON J. WOOD "Butch" 4'Woody" MARY LOU WOODRUM Intramural 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basket- Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Bas- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Track 1, 2: Letter- ketball 1, 2, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermans SSS l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Youth for Christ man's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4. Ambi- Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4. Ambition: 4: Mirage 2, 3.4, Business Manager 4, Ambi- tion: Beachcomber. Have a million dollars worth of pigeons. tion: I want a "P. E. F." degree in math. 117 BRIAR ROOM, New Haven, Indiana N.H. 3594300 "Home of Little David" -l2l BRYON WILLIAM ZELT ? wr . HEPA., . . by Gif I-'f2':,.:'m5 . 5 ., umwg: waf- -awk, ,-N, r. MM. -1 we -, "Coby" Intramural 1. 2. 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 1, Ambition: Have the fastest car in the Senior Class, ROBERT M. ZINK "Bad Bob" Intramural 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 35 Junior Red Cross 3. Am- bition: Live fast, love hard, and die young. -l22- WX LARRY LEE ZELT RICHARD PAUL ZINK Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Anything "Dick" that comes along. "Oh, is that right?" Intramural 1, 2, 3, 45 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- president 35 Ambition: Be the biggest little far- mer around. , , . "R iii-3 ,F ...X AL GRATZ BODY AND PAINT SHOP A-9260 5327 New Haven Avenue, Fort Wayne. Indiana EDWARD JOSEPH ZURBUCH ..Ed., Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3. Ambition: College -'then engineering. "Right" ,, e., ,H L 1' .RS V I v 52 7 15. W F' 117-1 n ' , -j ng- : ax' Q.. xl, 1,,.'i v hi ig W ,V w I 1 . , ,+.i AUTOGRAPHS Betty J. White Degree, B.S. from Indiana Universit.y: English and Latin I: Sponsors Sunshine Society and Freshman Class: Pet Peeve--"Chewing gum", Hobbies--Traveling, sewing, and cooking. Lois M. Sidell Degrees, A.B. from Man- chester College and A.M. from Ball State Teachers College: Latin and Library: Spon- sors Student Council: Pet Peeve--"Kids who put the wrong cards in the wrong library books", Hobbies--Sewing, gardening, inter- ior decorating. and grandchildren. Vivian H, Rogers Degree. A.B. from De- Pauw University: Latin: Sponsors Latin Club: Pet Peeve--'People who turn on to highway in front of me", Hobby--Reading. Ralph W. Young Degrees, A.B. from Ball State Teachers College, M.S. from Indiana University, M.A. from Lehigh University, and D.Ed. from University of Florida: Math- ematics: Pet Peeve--"To expound on a beau- tiful theorem of mathematics for a period and then have a student respond, 'So what"', Hobbies--More mathematics and teaching and writing. FACULTY Earl M. Marshall Degrees, B.S. from Ball State Teachers College and MS. from Indi- ana University: Advanced Algebra and Plane and Solid Geometry: Sponsors Sopho- more Class: Pet Peeve--"To have a person who says, KIt makes no difference to me and then complain when someone else's decision is accepted", I-lobbies--Collecting new pen- cils and optical illusions. X-5' qfr Frank W. Clark Degrees, B.S. from De- fiance College and lVI.S. from Indiana Uni- versity: Math and Driver Training: Spon- sors Lettermen's Club: Hobbies--Golf. camp- ing. and sports. Keith l-Iunnings Degrees, BS. and MS. from Indiana State Teachers College: Chem- istry, Physics, College Algebra, and Trigo- nometry: Sponsors Senior Class and Phi Chi Science Club: Pet Peeve--UStudents wasting their talents, and people hiding things on my desk", Hobbies--Archery, fishing, read- ing, and teaching. James C. VVeaver Degrees, BS. in Second- ary Education from Manchester College and M.S. in Education from Indiana University: Algebra I and General Mathematics: Coach- es Cross-Country and assists in Basketball and Track: Sponsors Junior Class and Pep Club: Pet Peeve--"Some of the lame alibis I hear", Hobbies--Listening to hi-fi, golf, and resting lin that orderi. PATIO DRIVE-IN AND RESTAURANT Builders of Quality Sandwiches- Home of the Patio Delight HA 7 S x .1 w ,..n.,J'-,- AUTOGRAPHS 113.- - Y .-U' 51-' 2 H n, ' "" N., vp' X, hx 9"-5, Q Jw. L , ln: cA1p5,Av! . , 1 1 xr we ',-. 4- J U ., . my-rg . Qu '-" -"yay: I 's s xX.wA,fL,,l , -35 ,X ' J Y' 1 ..4Pu fx- x ei-H 4 ' I x 'r -. 5 Q 1 'u v L o u,, Af. 'M fx . . AP. , . . Y A 1, .. 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M ' ' ' f f Wfwfffeffzii sw? ,Q?l'-if?-' '24 0 "if '41f2'Qfk"f?'1'i'f9f2"QQ"5 if 'aff 'f 'f"ff,s11 1 "ff ws 'Q ' .Fd W V ' ' ' Q ' VR -1 ,'f,,g 1- w6',,:-Q iyyffkGQ?-',-fgvg3'g?Z?1ih,q,'fjiQ5Q-f?'xf3.Pk,V--'finQKQI,-4'Li,X ,',gQx f - f V , - A 5 1, fagyv -f4faQfffw,fgf- M ,.m-1 5w'5.'1-- ,4A2 w6fff2 :fe21f?2.ffmQ f' R 4 .a p r - F if Q " 'fir 141 ,W ff 3f sS524f2iwe,e :fixg?Hafgfgf23fff"+:2fegeiwkiwfm2 f,i1?:' fQ,ff,fmnwffm- ' .V f. wi 5-Q, ' FACULTY 5?-A Everett Frock Degree, B.S. in Secondary Education from Manchester Collegeg U.S. Historyg Sponsors Freshman Class fHead Sponsorl, Pet Peeve ..., "Gum": Hobbies-- Boats and fishing. Opal B. Bower Degrees B.S. from Ohio Northern University and M.S. from Indi- ana Universityg American Government and U.S. History: Sponsors Junior Class and National Honor Society: Pet Peeve--"Yak- king in class' 'Q Hobbies--Reading the "Motor Trend" magazine and fishing. Jean F. Beugnot Degrees, B.S. and M.S. from Indiana Universityg Economics, Soci- ology, World History, and U.S. History: Sponsors Freshman Class and Future Teach- ers ofAmerica1 Pet Peeve--"Picayunish pusillanimous people"g Hobbies--Stamp col- lecting and bowling. 10 - t Y ..,, uxu iw 1 uns Verl A. Oberlin Degree, B.S. from Ball State Teachers Collegeg Bookkeeping and Typing IIQ Sponsors Mirageg Pet Peeve-- "Adding machines that will not work"g Hob- bies--Fishing and photography. Donald E. Stebing Degrees, B.S. in Edu- cation from Wittenberg University and M. A. in Business Education from Ball State Teachers Collegeg General Business, Busi- ness Arithmetic and Beginning Typingg Sponsors Hi-Y, Pet Peeve--"I don't care at- titude"g Hobbies--Photography and garden- ing. Virginia M, West Degrees, B.S. in Special Commerce from Indiana State Teachers Col- legeg Shorthand and Typingg Sponsors Freshman Class, Junior Red Cross, and Mi- rage: Pet Peeve--"The student who has nothing to do"g Hobbies--Music and reading. Byron E. Downey Degrees, B.S. and M.S. from Indiana Universityg Typing Ig Spon- sors Junior Classg Hobby--fishing. P.. Vi, W if Elf F ZIMMERMAN WELDING, INC., Grabill, Indiana Phone Grabill 2729 4 '-ns. -N Norman R. Moser Degrees, B.S. in Indus- trial Education and Masters in Physical Ed- ucation from Purdue Universityg Shopg Sponsors Mirageg Pet Peeve--"Lazy people"g Hobbies--Sports and helping others, Maxine M. Chaffin Degree, B.S. from Ok- lahoma State Universityg Home Economics: Sponsors Freshman Classg Pet Peeve- "Wrong choice of clothing and poor use of time"g Hobbies--Painting in all mediums, tailoring, and reading. Samuel D. Coffman Degrees, B.S. and M. A. from Ball State Teachers Collegeg In- dustrial Arts and Mechanical Drawingg Pet Peeve--"Students who come to class with- out pencil and paper"g Hobby--Craft work- ing. FACULTY lin J- -41 Helen F. Troyer Degree, A.B. from Frank- Leslie U. Pensinger Degree, B.S. from Ball lin College: Home Economics: Sponsors Fu- State Teachers College: Drafting: Sponsors ture Nurses and S0ph0m0re Class: Pet Sophomore Classg Hobby--Fishing. "I'm too Peeve--'KGum-chewing girls"g Hobbies- Cer- lazy to hunt any more." amics, sewing, and reading. ,min 1.. l .1-z: GRABILL BANK. Grabill, Indiana Paul J. Armstrong Degree, B.S. from But- ler Universityg Driver Education and World Historyg Sponsors Lettermen's Club and Senior Class: Pet Peeve--"A baseball play- er who does not swing at third strike", Hob- bies--Reading and fishing. Jane E. McDonald Degree, B.S. in Educa- tion from Ball State Teachers Collegeg Girls' Physical Educationg Sponsors Cheerleaders, G.A.A. and Pep Club, Hobbies--Sports, camping, and skiing. Gilbert W. Baumgartner Degrees, A.B. from Coe College and M.S. from Indiana University: Boys' Physical Education, Spon- sors Intramurals and Senior Classg Pet Peeve--"People who start their mouth before putting their brain in gear", Hobbies--Work- ing, officiating, working, golfing, and work- ing. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' H ' FACULTY 1 Paul E. Milliman Degrees, B.S. from Bob Jones University and Graduate Studies from Indiana State Teachers Collegeg Band: Pet Peeve--"Students forgetting to bring horn to Band' ', Hobbies--All sports and music. Mary M. Manifold Degrees, B.S. and MA. from Ball State Teachers College-1 Art, Sponsors Sophomore Class and Sunshine So- ciety: Pet Peeve--"Slick winters", Hobby-- Painting. Music from Jordan College of Music, Butler University, and M.A. from Ball State Teach- ers College: Concert Choir and High School and Junior High School Vocal Musicz Pet Peeve--"Out of tune musical groups". lrlcibby --Music. - 7 Carl W, Nicholas Degrees, Bachelor of Q f .f , , 1 Robert G. Wolfe Degrees, B.S. from Indi- ana State Teachers College and A.B. from Indiana Universityg Biology and Math: Sponsors Sophomore Class and Science Club: Hobbies--Camping, traveling, boating, and gardening. Kenneth J. Bandelier Degrees, B.S.A. and M.S.E. from Purdue University, Agriculture and Biologyg Sponsors Senior Classg Pet Peeve--"My noisy homeroom, but I wouldn't trade them for any 0ther"g Hobbies--Ga1'd- ening and fishing twhen there's timel. Norman D. Ellenberger Degree, B.S. from Butler Universityg Health and Safetyg Head Coach in Basketball and assists in Football and Trackg Sponsors Senior Class tHead Sponsorlg Pet Peeve--'tLosing"g Hobby-- 11 1X2 inch bluegills at Pappalieechee. Arthur G. Lloyd Degree, B.S. in Educa- tion from Manchester Collegeg Health and Safetyg Sponsors Student Council and Jun- ior Class tHead Sponsorlq Pet Peeve--"Alibis and failure to carry out responsibilities", Hobbies--Outdoor camping and reading. I2 SHOP MALOLEYS FOODLAND STORES - Serving You Better, Saving you More Since Since 1910. Ambrose H. Dulle Degree, B.S. from Ball State Teachers Collegeg Speech and Hearing Therapist at Village and Sunnymede Schoolsg Pet Peeve--"The person without a smile"g Hobbies--Sports, reading, and "do-it-your- self" activities. Pat Federspiel Degree, R.N. from Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing: School Nurse: Pet Peeve-"Kids with tightly folded dollar bills in the lunch line"g I-lobbies--Basketball games and reading. John M. Reifsnider Degrees, B.A. and M. A. from Ball State Teachers College: Speech and Hearing Therapist tall grade levelsbg Pet Peeve--"Inflation, taxes,or the weather .. ..take your choice"3 Hobbies--Sports, reading, music, camping, and etc. wry Cm. FACULTY rrp-'fa 5-ri W, f' If ., , 1 E -, is ""'vwy-W en, , XX Michael J. Bonahoom Degrees, from University of Dayton and M.S. in Education from Indiana University: English ad Gui- dance Counselor1 Sponsors Student Coun- cilz Pet Peeve- "Students who always seem to forget their homework 3 Hobby--Hain Radio. Joanne B. Lantz Degrees, HS. from Indi- ana Central College and M.S. in Education from Indiana University: Physics and Gui- dance Counselor: Pet Peeve--"People who walk around at football and basketball garnesug Hobbies--Sewing and reading. PARROT PACKING COMPANY, Fort Wayne, Indiana - I3 ' Enjoy tender, luscious Parrot ham. -4-uri COOKS AND CUSTODIANS ABOVE: Mrs. Dorothy Murphy, Mrs. Carolyn Drayer, Mrs. Lois Boehm, Mrs. Phyllis Kel- sey, and Mrs. Ocie Miller. BE LOW: Lyle Williams, Mrs. Clara Stoller, Charlie Roemer, Mrs. Viola Carter, and Orval Kain. TOP ROW: Lewis Lake, Al Bade, Oscar Weinman, Dan Krauter, and George Bischoff. i FX' R if EE, if , ,XF 'S 'z -.Q , '4- sa l ' W I .gf 5. ff SAUDER'S FARM HATCHERY Grabill, Indiana JUNIOR OFFICERS D-.X I LEFT TO RIGHT: Bonnie Adams, Secretaryg Linda We-llbaum, Treasurerg Fred Cass, Vice- President: and Bill Brigham, President, Opening a year full of activities, the Class of 1960 had its first meeting in the fall and elected the following officers: Bill Brigham, President., Tom Wong, Vice-Presidentg Bonnie Adams, Secretary, and Linda Wellbaum, Treasurer. After the transfer of Tom Wong to North Side, Fred Cass was elected Vice-President. Our first class project was participating in the annual Halloween Party, where we boosted the fun and frolic with the Dunking Stool, Indian Hoopla and Wrestling, Indian Corn Raffle, and by selling cider and donuts. Nearly all of the 205 juniors helped the north and south canteens during a period of four months. Next activity was the class tourney, where much enthusiasm was shown in decorating for the theme "Spaceman." As a climax to a busy year we danced to the music of Jimmy Stier's Orchestra at the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Sponsors for the year were Miss Bower, Mr. Downey, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. May, Mr. Ste- bing, and Mr. Weaver. A 4 A u I I 2 4 l I ! I z E H JU IOR 9 3 -2... 0 4479 1 'I " N- ASB: N. ,wt 5ixiixiisat'ElTixWi Hlixvll' ' 4- A - vu wa- fs 5 G. .1 - -. .f Q " "ill . C '-X YZ, T R "9 Xl' A: -A B t X N A I r 'r - B fra. A fi 4,5 1" ' is .- ,w 'Q -. .fx ' 'N . La F F f Q ni tl ff? Qs ', r N 'Y vb, ' zz: '29 I ' ,fr 1 X ,X -. W. ,W-X H . V, ' W -- ef, ff UQ V' -' E 'ii -::g:,:.... ""' 3 . affair' ' .-5.1 -- Ex .im A hz. aus I :L 2 -.X , b n- , . nv A v,,. ' 13, . . Q ' - 1 ,N 'i -, A 12,5 ' r ---- 4. "' Q -.- QQ.,-5 A N .,. A: -tvs, WV X ,Sy " wp Q. tjxh 'IK L 'Y H7 -,V - . , . 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ROW 6: Judith Grotrian, Janet Grueb, Kay Guillaume. Ray Guillaume, Don Gulyas, Joan Hamm, Claron Hanefeld. W.W. SPURLING CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. 5007 New Haven Avenue E-3102 JU IOR , 'if :" ' 4 ,, -6' ., x ,, '-HN .4 f -ff N. Hrs- --ff' Q -f. - Jw -ar' -ob its X L ' 5,575 'ii Q' igiife-Q ' Mi N Xu I 4, is -.. :fit QE -, fy , R Q , xv .. ' M 1 . ' ea-fe' I all .ze i 'S H 1' 63' ' ii: 'ti M., ., . t.. ,Lge ASX v.',5 "-4, ik N' t -sy wh-..., Tk , ,, xfffi A f ww Mr: -r' he , we r FX""p AXA e , il V NES lllx :N issue' ., me Q G 3 :+A if 'fl 3' A .J '- e 9 M: 5, Q -1 - LL: as L I an f L. -, x , ::7 . ,l.A. , W 4" rl' as , 'ii' He-'S , we 'N X"- 1 . llh lla will . q u ' V , , 1 t , + , Q Wig , ' Q --.- t it . R - , "1-Gr xr: 24' -f'7 :ef-4, WR 'se VJ - ' Q--F ls, ,Q Xi i 1 x f - ., 512542155 W , 9 C K N f Q"" w L A . M, l :fi ,i"f.l1 , fVg,,.. ,N U X .4 , 3. 5, X -Q Q e X 4: ,Rx ?f A A3 - V, ' . -,5 T X f - fs 1 -fx Y -H we "1 .t s.f:'aif'T'zf2sz- ROW 1: Larry Hanefeld, Jerry Harkenrider. ROW' 2: Kay Harris, Joan Hartman, Lester Hartman, Margie Hathaway. ROW 3: Charles Hawks, Roy Haynie, Linda Hellinger, Richard Henry, Steve Hoetzer, James Hoff, Margaret Hunt. ROW 4: Nancy Jacobs, Gerald Jacquay, Paul Jehl, Sue Jones, John Kennerk, Jeff King, Kenneth Kinney. ROW 5: Margie Klug, Becky Koepke, Janet Krauskopf, Meridel Kruse, Mary Ladig, Robert Ladig, Garland Lakamp. ROW 6: Larry Lee, Betty Leistner, Earl Lepper, Janet Lewis, Thomas Linker, Janis Link- hart, David Loeffler. TONNE BULLERMAN DAIRY Phone H-3211 Milk at your door costs you no more. -I 11- -:.-' -A A 'Vx f x X JU IOR I wi , f -3 Q, ' , Q 44,3 A ft: x V I , as gd flffx JG'- 42 ' ,,. 5,-5 -,- Q . . "Wx, l I7 th I X W. . . 4 5 , 1 M8 -R ,T 4. - ,. '-' , - N f- 1 -.., - I Q Vx-. X l Q.. 'UQ 4- 'Q 5 . I Y 4 .-. ,es As -A Q. f Q 4 6 K K t 179' S' 'K fv- ftigfl' ' , I X, ,, X ,pi . ig! 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ROW 6: Susan Schulthies, Joe Seiler, John Seitz, Daniel Servos, Paul Shappell, Marilynn Sheron, Richard Shie. FORT WAYNE BLUE PRINT SL SUPPLY--Drawing Materials and Artist Supply Lewis at Clinton, Fort Wayne, Indiana A-4142 JU IOR 'zz sr: 4.419 'ff I Pike in .l' . ff Q Q, -5 Q ..., 5 , V, x rx 1:4 s. 4 -,Lx 'X 7 Xfw, 'I 6 .S -:X ' of , Wk- ., A "iii V . xl . . , AMN, ,xx ii' .QL QR .Iii ' fag' .figf S-fx fl-X. A . 1 ,N . 4 ' 1 V' 3' A t .,, 4 ,,, x .X M' -. in ,K bak " - f L - L f, E is 4 4. - Us fc. I ga 4- J -R 5. i Q' K' 4-ivxf .N rx Y. Y, 3 K " , ' 1 I P I "U: I1 N 1 'W 9' A f 1 ik! -5 A -,K -Q ,,,, . , x ,' " . K is . f vu: 'zu 4 -1- Q4 .vi :ni .3 0 ' as 9 'iq :T M3 as 4 21,5 2 733 . 5 , ,sr K ugh 4, Q -- - 'I 1 'I' ' N ' , " I NT ' ' ' AVN A ll' V I X x Wk- "Wi PSN.. tu . -,sn ttf X wwf x 4 . 4 ""- ,....al'.L, .'ilLL.2. ,, be rg 1 Ne., -Fx-f' 15- , V ' nv 5 fs 4-9 I 'J . 31 , tx ', 49 it I rr ' -- ,. rx Q K f N , :Y V g -' . wx I ri W x W" '- 21-19. nil 5 I all? . Y: A ROW 1: Byron Simmons, John Smith. ROW 2: Charles Snyder, Phil Stinson, Stephen Strole, Jack Strouts. ROW 3: Roger Swartz, Marjorie Tarr, Myron Tarr, Dennis Thain, Kenneth Thieme, Den- nis Thompson, Martha VanKirk. ROW 4: Donna Vaughn, Doris Vinson, Walter Voigt, Danny Vondran, Bill Wagner, Wanda Walston, William Walter. ROW 5: Dale Wankel, Herb Weisenburger, Linda Wellbaum, Dallas Wente, Sandra Wick, Tom Widdifield, Sharon Wisley. ROW 6: Calvin Wolff, Marka Wolfe, Tom Wong, Fred Yates, Mike Young, Wayne Zelt, Hedy Zimmerman. PRIBBLE PLASTIC PRODUCTS, INC., New Haven, Indiana Custom Molders of All Thermosetting Plastics I Ulf 'iff OPHOMORE I 1 f , i' 1 '-5 . -.. ,... 'X ww e 'N , -.. Nj in 1.1.9 , M:-' r, y ' N ni , ' I' s A 'N ' - 41 Q 15 '55, ?. Q gg- -af sr 7? 1 -. .Y 5 K 6 LN x 1, M 'W K. I dl W .1331 we Q ' it It SN' ' Y Q x , bo, rragqflw, ...A ,L ' M, if f K x mx Am f- -.Q ,Q V M.. it A .la 9-A ix, W . Q 'gif A 575 . g X 4: 5, b f it H i ,N -- -f ., f Jw :mx t I Q .A,k',. 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ROW 6: Bill Hanley, Pam Hansen, Steve Hathaway, Ray Hawkins, Jerrel Haynie, Jerri Heath, Rodger Hebermehl. PENSINGER JEWELRY STORE New Haven, Indiana OPHO ORE ff' R ' . -Q-, Ae, B xr". 455' .- V' A " 12.5 1 .... ... . 3 ,. 3 wc' J - t ,X Q.. 'N 'Ia 6 I ' -N Qt? U u T: 49' P N' I .4 V 55- A 4 vi 5 - .nil-...X'.i,. Ai' , gf I ll it i 1. I " ,v -aa R , Z : l -R' C: R vs. J .S c. 'T 'W , :ff -.- -fri, '-' 'il 1. N Ti Rat, as i 1' ':'y,,,W. T BML .lfli 'i " iii' .-.- Ser i-. A 2 TA 'W .R . in "' Gs- 4 Q' I -6- 6- -- 4 'Q . K., 1 fqg 1, ,Si if-2 N- -1, ' N .f -A . X l M" Q Q f-' l"2 Ci' 5' 'Q -Q. ,-1 '-an 14. N M ', A. do 5 s- - - . .. S - ,x 1 A , --.,,,,- 4 1 l t 'A' " K wk N- - ,Z g .1 -A 'VT ,gs .W JR Q G . 5.4,-V A nxt-ir, K Q' X- iw: ,.?.vk VVIVI l .,, , aw 5 R 1 7' i'h.g ,W g XV f Q , "' , x : .' t L, 5312 H ROW 1: Ronald Heck, Ned Heider, Karen Hensch, Mary Beth Herbst. ROW 2: Joyce Herman, Mike Herman, Geraldine Hieber, Jerry Hieber, Dennis Hubartt. ROW 3: Dyle Hughes, Don Hunt, Jerry Huntoon, Kay Irvin, Marvin Jacobs, Arlene Jac- quay, Harriett Jaessing. ROW 4: Lynne Jeppeson, Carol Johnson, Sherrill Johnson, Clyde Jordan, Susan Kattas, Larry Keeler, Sandra Keirns. ROW 5: Kay Kemery, Judy Kendall, Jerome Kern, Ruth Kestner, Ann Kettering, Marion Kinnison, Linda Kirby. ROW 6: Carolyn Knape, Charles Knarr, Charlotte Koch, Bonnie Koeneman, Kenneth Koenig, Jack Koogler, Dale Krauskopf. BLACKWELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE New Haven, Indiana We 'sf 113.- - Y .-U' 51-' 2 H n, ' "" N., vp' X, hx 9"-5, Q Jw. L , ln: cA1p5,Av! . , 1 1 xr we ',-. 4- J U ., . my-rg . Qu '-" -"yay: I 's s xX.wA,fL,,l , -35 ,X ' J Y' 1 ..4Pu fx- x ei-H 4 ' I x 'r -. 5 Q 1 'u v L o u,, Af. 'M fx . . AP. , . . Y A 1, .. U, '.j,, , -,. 1... ?',, I I i L - I I I ! I I H --Q OPHOMORE YQ- :-. ,g -A :L 1 ' :Sb arg "' -- 1 ea 43 - ..g:,, 52:2 Sf' .,,, w W 'S "T 1 Wi '..:. is, ,F ,iQ K- N Q V- .3 is '55, N -.. 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ROW 4: Sharon Turk, Paul VanHorn, Bob Vollmer, Mary Vondran, Cheryl Walker, Mari- lyn Walter, Roger Wankle. ROW 5: Lindel Wattenbarger, Christian Wegehaupt, John Whitacre, Connie Williams, Mary Winchester, Neal Wissman, Neil Witmer. ROW 6: Larry Woodruff, Delphos Woods, Don Yoder, Gerry York, David Zelt, Steven Zieg, Jim Zollinger. GERARDOT AND SON MEMORIALS Phone 22713 749 Lincoln Highway, New Haven, Indiana FRE HME FRESHMAN OFFICERS: President, Nickey Baker, Vice-President, Diann Schnepelg Sec- retary, Anna Naselarig Treasurer, Joyce Rider. ff: . :-s2::'...,-X - Q LI. - 'S' 5' 'Q' 6 i' ia' we 'K Q' ,-X .- , A .S L - T. xi- -3 . , X, Swv? .-3,, s f- - ,Q ,Q me 'N 1 "lik: u:'5Z, JSf'l -X X 'W' -X - .Q ' X '33 S- ' f - Wh 'B G.. Gb 'H Q, 4 . V . WJ' .IL 'if' ,. ' , - - x r- -1 ' exqii .- nf N FX ,I A ,A no-is , ' su 1 4 , s F 1 , . Wi a .fl -., J a-frank, , X X, . - I H455 'See' l..,..,-X Fir f-lei 2: ' ' -E .' 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ROW 6: Donald Buuck, Carol Cadmus, Tom Cameron, Brenda Carpenter, Arthur Chapman, Sherri Chronister, Susan Conley. FEDERSPIEL PHOTOGRAPHY, 414 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana Photography at. its best'-Portraiture, Weddings, Commercial. Diae Bowman, Michael Brase, Dean Bruick, Joan Bryan, Duane Bultemeier, -Joyce FRE HME 4 e r 'wavy fauna' ,-may 'Hosni ' X . , if Q X 'K 'i 3 IN 'N 2' 19- il 'lf -32 Ag' x f -A sg, ,Q ' . ig: digs 44 433 J . - ',f"'i ,ive W, ..g.x A V, , fx mt V , X X E X 1, L 'f x . ,- . ,M 'X A X"' YG 'V -.-- 7 A ' "" K in A ' Q . 1 ' ' "' i ., - , l i vajygr 'Www-rr, ' 5. ' 5 is ' K 5,-5 I K ,' ,Sax A . Q 4155 is , W t yd, I - My 5 Y 'if' 're , i r QQ. 1, 5 '4 1-fly' 5 L-ht" A Q. L NZ- 5 H -Hn.. ' .QA "' fm A Ft' New Q. y K' K it K 'FY' 3' ' k Ax'. A MB ff: Siff.f:t:fg.-, "--,N F -.,,. A 5 " ' S ,gf ' Area.-avg X it 45- 5' ' 'G' ,pg JR' ,a-KH 1, Q.. f- Av I, M h -1 X""l',egl9w. 5 4" ' fl' . ' ,Q -.gf i 1413-Q ' i if X A M' gl wr wif 1: i it , SMS,-s-,x,, y As? 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COLONIAL RESTAURANT where Fine Food, Fine Peoplegand Family Prices Happily Meet. 1 f arei 1 ' ,- FRESHME 3 'V A 6 A 5. 1 Q' -Q - Q: I:-v ""L' X xi ., ' J I gl A 7 I http., G' Hun 'vi-0 gg, 'Q 3 ' 'g -4 V Q 5,3 'L X Q R rl ? ls - 955 'H I ' ',:'5 "E W X" A. I Orig fail ., . . ,- l I Q . Q 3 ' i 5 - ,Q 22 I Ig 6 yu "- os. v ,, 1 X Q ' :f - nk X ' ' T.. , i 'il :llikx I ii .- ,, l -e. .gee -, . J il ,L Q qi -O -u fx, ' 3 ,,, 5, ' f J V X,-49 tr? 'F' QQ, , . rl-lx 'fir 1 , ,V ,,Y: xt ' at llxxf ' i .f ts K ,, .i , J - - 9 y 'X Qi 'Q 3 -is Q. Q 3 io- .' v V J QS. Q X 5 p -.y-, 5.1. 2,3 l sf" ,. 24 yas-' 'V'-R... ' QF" uk' L J, 2 4, Q Q31 'cw i 1:9 LQ: Ai E K Q Q 'bij' X Ruiz? ROW 1: Carolyn Gray, Marilyn Gray, Judy Grossman, Denny Grotrian. ROW 2: Barbara Harmeyer, Don Hartman, Lonnie Hathaway, Anne Haugsrud, Marilyn Headford. ROW 3: Vern Hearn, Danny Heath, Gene Heath, Carolyn Heckler, Tom Hook, John Hoov- er, Howard Hormann. ROW 4: Jeanne Hunnings, Virginia Huth, Robert Jacobs, Bob Johnson, Ida Johnson, Greg Jornod, Mary Jury. ROW 5: Bonita Karels, Sandra Kays, Susan Keeler, Carolyn Keener, Marsha Kees. Ray Keller, Janet Kern. ROW 6: Sandra Kerr, Mike King, Suzzanne King, David Kloepper, Gary Knerr, Reggie Knipper, Ronald Knipper. GENCO TOOL, INC.--Lincoln Highway East, Fort Wayne, Indiana FRE HME .. 'gif H ing, ' 1" 'si i- . , ' Ax 'Q ,gr ' vu 1 " M it up -vi ,. . f .. , w ,, x N, X -J 4 -gl V f f-Q-Q , N-:J P, ' 2 fi, ' Vffwr 4 , 6 Q in Q .:.. V, , U i 4- " I r 5 ' ' N 2, f .ar 15-Q X za ...E f, . --n ,ge ,7,,,h,,,.-, - -u an 4133 - V '3 'li' A 'glib , Ng!! . as :liaise A K . 'N h N4 f x , .g L N ,, li . X QS, A. -. A A as. 'YT-s -A gi' 'ie 4' K "' -vw! -S. N. tim 'KY' li'-I Q-3' V. 'X er' ' 44 if sq, fi? -N-i - - - V ,x-,311 . cf,-. f s 3-.31,, - X . f Q 7 11 A' -5.111 fmt? 1.5 N + --i.p3sw-- S - '-Q x , .1 Alf' on an 'l 4, ' '.,3-'S-X' 4 2 f.. ' ff'-35,1 H1 k' ' LQ? 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ROW 6: Donald Muniz, James Myers, Marilyn Myers, Anna Naselari, Carolyn Nelson, Ju- dith Newhard, Cheryl Norris. HALL'S STOCKYARD CAFE, 3005 Maumee Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana FRE HME f e ,I 'I uv: V nz :W il R '-12 143 -gl ,ggi - v -K' A ievrh . It: -4. A ,Nh X 2 5' 2 5- I 9 Q " -s .l, ' ' 4:5 , ,K 4115 X f 7 ,. we f V., fi, s QQ IQF1, Q.. ,bi Lai. 'ia lag: f , - L43 A gif! xffj 14:5 L X51 9' f Q53 1' ,, ' " :I ., ' gr, m 1 ' f R e r if M 1 - . 1,5 f an 33.1 zz ' V -- , V .J A4, QKL, f, 'MXCL-if-5 4 'Q' 'fe L mid " fe , Yi '-N 's, i 'YY ' 'Brian ' . ""- i 1 AM I Q' 1 1 V, ix , ,ua F .Q 5 -U' 5 ' 1 v 1 UZ: 4-lv --X 4,355 41' ' ' ' 1 X X .., I N-'-I " lx r V' ' ' O' ' " R " I - I 1. .I X P X L W, l ' H if ' CXUWQ, 'Ki' I I Sf -55 505-' kg- anna .asia AE, tL:5 y f , 5 C it ,J 1 . 111, ' V - R 5 -'PTT Nil -f':i .....Y ." X ' if 'il Q' ROW 1: Keith Nuttle, Charlotte Odem, Rosalie Oehler, Beverly Ohneck ROW 22 S Cl an ra Okuly, Carole Orchard, Gayle Ort, Norma Osborn Carol Pape. ROW 3: Jean Peters, Jack Pettyjohn, Pliyllis Pyle, Fran Puff, Clem Ralston, Jacqueline Ramp, Carl Revert. ROW 4: JeffR . V g Y, erry 0- berts, Kae Rodemever. idenour, Joyce Rider, Daniel Richhart Alan Riedel Diann Ri b J R ROW 5: David Roniines, Roger Rothgeb, Carol St. Peters, Hollie Samuell, Sue Saylor, Michael Sauve, Rita Scantlin. ROW 6: Bonnie Schaper Denise Scharffbilli Nobl S hl , g, e c atter, Diann Schnepel, Phyllis Schuller, Richard Schram, Richard Seitz. PAGODA INN, U.S, 30 East--Fort Wayne, Indiana FRESH E -f 'iw - "im E517 -T 'W Q' lx: '-' 5-5225 Y '39 li.,r."',x,:' I if SA mu, it ij Tw x M - M Q 1: ' 1 L73 5:3 J E. , eawaiil .,. X K., Q . g 539, A . r' ., I we , W.. YI' at Y .. -Q :M 'D : X , - 4-.4,... - .Q . -X w . 1 Vzjfif . ' V : T H W :yy f '31- Y .. ..,.. 2 x 2 Q T ew,- 1 jf .. ' 5 1. , - - r l is .... fx 'zfif' L Q: " 'ai we t I-W is i fb f fa C ' S if 'ff - 14 3, ' thy-MW? ,f--X .s ff' . W f rg la 'Q' FQ fy- v Sf r "" -N'-w ' . -- X V A IQ.,-5. ' any . ,f I , ,f-.fx nfs-rX 4 3, X 'N 'R-5 ,1 , , ' -.1 V ,N - 'W X' 'Q ,. x ' .1 i ' J fi .-E:fEE3QQSN-5:5 C' :ffi",,3V'i'3'fQQS:Q2SEY-T " 'ii ""' f 'fl , 'Y"5113Q. W R. -R T :Q isis . It -3 v 3 5 E ir, ytitltah Tl, 5 da K I QQ ,. 'fm ir, an 2 ..-' D ff-QQ-we-' .A-, 553.3 r - E ll 5 I-XS av .- N luv v x W 'Y .. ' , DL. SX 12... if-naw H 'mmall I 1:-Y Q W.. F va' use-gs. a?'a'A8 asm: J J X - 9 'S 1 J X A - J"'X A I ' ev A ! ri - s A :,fQx,.v,l - L.-A J -- n .- X wg' T X' . l. N "' f. . V'-I-"' J ws. ' .. R' Xi- . RW. i xi. ' r' . ROW 1: John Sheron, Michael Shirk, Jerry Siders, Terry Simon. ROW 2: Robert Smith, Susan Snyder, Joanne Sterricker, Wesley Stewart, Arthur Stolte. ROW 3: Larry Stoppenhagen, Judy Sturm, Patricia Tancil, LaDonna Taylor, Stephen Tay- lor, Cesare Testaguzza, Judith Thompson. ROW 4: Paula Tice, Nancy Tigner, Barbara Tobey, Margaret Todd, Roy Traughber, Thomas Turflinger, Michael Turner. ROW 5: Steven, Unsicker, Rolland Vinson, Richard Warrick, Lowell Werling, Clifford Wiese, Joe Wilkison, Charles Williams. ROW 6: James Wilson, John Wilt, Lois Winans, Ancel Wood, James Yonkers, Janet Young, Larry Zink. KLINE'S YOUTH FASHIONS, 510 Broadway, New Haven Children's Wear Phone 4363 U an A 'W D NATIONAL HONOR NATKON AL HONOR SpcxETY S fa Z' fi 1 l 2 Sf' f x 1 L W'x. www' National Honor Society is the highest scholastic honor given in New Haven High School. Membership is given to those who possess good citizenship, scholarship, leader- ship, and the willingness to serve throughout the school. Students are eligible to become members in their Junior or Senior year. It is a tradition of National Honor to sponsor an after-game dance in the fall. This dance was sponsored in November. In the spring a formal initiation is held in the auditorium for the new members. The student body watches the candidates become members. Then an informal initiation is held at the annual National Honor spring banquet. The officers of the society are as follows: Ronald Sprunger, presidentg Carol Longard- ner, vice-presidentg Wanda Yoder, secretary- treasurer. The sponsors of the National Honor Society are Miss Opal Bower and Mr. Fran- cis May. UPPER LEFT TO LOWER RIGHT: Sandra Augenstein, Carol Bryan, Nadine Gliedt, A1 Herman, Sandra Lepper. D. O. MCCOMB 8: SONS, 1140 Lake Avenue Funeral Directors and Ambulance Service -A-2182 NATIONAL HO OR The 1959 members of the National Honor Society were chosen during the last part of February and are as follows: SENIORS: Mary Jo Cline, Dave Dumford, Gary Kummer, Joan Parent, and Mary Woodrum. JUNIORS: Bonnie Adams, Fred Cass, Joan Hamm, Janet Lewis, Sandra Mayer, Nancy Richards, Marilyn Roden- beck, Helen Schick, Janet Schmidt, Marka Wolfe, and Mike Young. LOWER LEFT TO UPPER RIGHT: Carol Longardner, Susan Moody, Lee Nickerson, Ron ald Sprunger, Wanda Yoder, and Joanne Werling. SCHOPPMAN AND STELLHORN INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 526 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana - Phone 22963 - M JUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS, THIRD FROM LEFT: Susan Moody, secretary-treasurerg Dave Dumford, presidentg Jean Bade, vice-presidentq Mary Jo Cline, reporterg Mrs. West, sponsor. The purpose of the Junior Red Cross is service to others who need it. The Council consists of one member from each homeroom. A talent show was presented to the student body in December. The best acts were taken to the Veterans Hospital. Eighty lighters were purchased for these veterans as Christmas gifts. The Club was instrumental in the collecting of clothing during National Clothing Week and helping the flood victims in this area. Again this year a man and woman were adopted from the Allen County Home. Cards were sent and gifts bought for them. As the members visit these people, much is benefited by both the young people and the elderly people--thoughtfulness for the young person and a feeling that someone cares for the elderly person. INDIANA TOWEL Sc LINEN SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. Building Christian char- acter is the main function of the Hi-Y Club. Membership is open to any school boy who will support the platform of clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living. Meetings are held twice a month. The Best Girl's Ban- quet is held each spring. Club projects include the YMCA sponsored Buildings for Brotherhood and other World Service activities. Christmas baskets are also distributed to needy families in the commun- ity. HI-Y if ,. ?"""'F OFFIC BRS President--Terry Wick Vice President--Mike Harding Secretary--Doug Mayer Treasurer--Fred Drayer Chaplain'-Ron Sprunger Sergeant-at-Arms--Jerry Daniels Sponsor-'Mr. Don Stebing ALLEN COUNTY CO-OP ASSOCIATION, INC.--Farm Supplies--Grain Marketing New Haven Phone--Windsor 11313 Arcola Phone--Arcola 54481 -39. BAND The Concert Band is composed of sixty-four members under the direction of Mr. Paul E. Milliman. A series of concerts were presented in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana last spring when a three-day tour was taken. Summer activities included marching in the parades of the Firemen's Convention at Madison, Indiana, and in the Van Wert Peony Festival. The band also marched at all the home football games and received a first-division rating in the N.I.S.B.O.V.A. Marching Contest. The music at the pep sessions and at the home basketball games was furnished by the Concert Band-alternating with the "Reserve" Band. Members participated in the annual Solo and Ensemble Contest and the N .I.S.B.O.V.A. Band Contest held in April. An annual winter and spring concert were presented by this group. The Band Council is composed of the officers, the squad leaders, and the section lead- ers. The Council's big project this year was the publishing of the Band Handbook contain- ing all the rules and requirements of the band. GUlLLAUME'S FOOD STORE, New, Haven, Indiana Fresh Meats 8: Groceries Phone 7293 BAND THE CONCERT BAND OFFICERS Student Director .................................. Dan Stone Band Captain .......... .... G eorge Handlin Quartermaster .......... ,.... R on Guthier Assistant Quartermaster. . . ....... Mike Young Librarian ............... ....... D orothy Ehle Assistant Librarian ....... .... M arilyn Rodenbeck Corresponding Secretary. . . .......... Jean Bade Recording Secretary ..... ..... B onnie Adams INTERNATIONAL GIFT SHOPPES, INC., 3414 North Anthony Boulevard, Fort Wayne, Indiana "Beautiful Hand Carved Gifts from All Corners of the World" BAD DRUM MAJOR ASSISTANT DRUM MAJOR Jeff King, Dahl Black. DRUM MAJORETTES: Kay Guillaume, Nancy Rogers, Barbara Fincannon, Pat Stone burner. I ,VMW- ff ww 5 1 v HARLAN BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC., Quality Materials--Harlan, Indiana. BAN 5 S S WB. BAND COU CIL Band Officers: BACK ROW: Dan Stone, Ron Guthier, Mike Young, George Handlin, Jeff King. FRONT ROW: Bonnie Adams, Marilyn Rode-nbeck, Dorothy Ehle, Jean Bade. f? , BUILDERS SUPPLY AND COAL COMPANY, Ph, 22743, New Haven, Indiana, Halm- CHOIR I lr The New Haven High School Concert Choir is a select group of forty-three voices. This Choir is recognized by choral authorities as being one of the best high school music organi- zations in northern Indiana. Activities of the Choir for the past year consisted of four programs for the New Haven High School student body, two programs for Junior High School, and two programs for the Elementary School, and the annual Winter and Spring Concerts. This group also presented programs at The Methodist Men's Club Banquet, Veterans' ' Hospital, WANE-TV at Christmas Time, New Haven Teachers' Association Banquet, New ' Haven Womens Club, Plymouth Congregational Church as guest organization for the Fine Arts in Miniature Series, and the First Presbyterian Church in Ft. Wayne. In addition to these concerts, the Choir participated in the Allen County Choral Festi- val, the Solo and Ensemble Contest sponsored by N.I.S.B.O.V.A., and the Choir contest also sponsored by N.I.S.B.O.V.A. The culmination of the Choir's activities for the year was the Baccalaureate Service. RED COMET OIL COMPANY Highway 30 East A-0692 L CHOIR I , Q i ::, ' Zyl - I 2 .I l if! is' . , A. V S 3 BACK ROW: Arlene Smell. Susan Robinson, Charles Hawk, Paul Schapell, Fred Robinson, Darrell Rudolph, Fred Yates, Janet Schapell, Marsha Smenner, Julia Van Kirk, Joanne Beard. THIRD ROW: Kay Harris, Linda Wellbaum, Joan Parent, Wilbur Fowler, Bill Wagner, Don Ryan, David Heber, Judy Bearman, Marlene McNeal, Wanda Walston. SECOND ROW: LaVerne Ramsey, Mary Beth Herbst., Lois Piper, Judy Snyder, Marlin Culy, Jerry Mowrey, LeRoy Brueck, Dennis Hartman, Rae Ann Chapman, Jean Fruchey. FRONT ROW: Linda Colclesser, Mary Jane McBride, Susan Mafit, Stephen Strole, James Bearman, Mickie Case, Max Louden, Janet Krauskopf, Lorain Landrum, Susie Schulthies. HITZEMAN'S PLUMBING S: HEATING Hartzell Road 1Southl, New Haven, Indiana MIRAGE 1959 NEW HAVEN HIGH SCHOOL VOL XX CHOIR nr 'ata K G7 I - 5 ' FX Q x ,. .g Q N XX X X w X XX x Q . .. xx. , X I " 3 ' l X1 aww' I - x .rs -.., 1 ' .Qs ,, . , , 5-N Ne--"' . .nf . siikii . Q ..... fry ' C .fr-'..-M-i, .1 .. , a 5 : 95-1+ . -any lf J 1 I' l af- r ' 1 I ' 1. x 'I ,F 4 . , .Q x , A, A, l X -I 46- 451111 '-I: fig-JC. Cb OFFICERS: President, Susie Robinson: Recording Secretary, Mary Beth I-Ierbstg Corres- ponding Secretary, Arlene Smell: Librarian, Lee Roy Bruickg Assistant Librarian, Beard: Quartermaster, Jim Bearmang Assistant Quartermaster, Mickie Case. Mr. Carl Nicholas, Choir Director. GIRLS' TRIO: Linda Wellbaum, Linda Colclesser, Joanne Beard. Joanne ,SN N -N ,,t,.w.Nx , Ns b we .2313 Qi - 'A 1: if ff- r ' is f:'P:gse If ,.3:. , A - ,sf fi . .-5?-'sissy-gee-X 1 b , ' - amtgx . Q ' ' S"' T7 :Q . ' Qi O X ...W . ' 1 - ..s.t.i' -..rL:+gm:.. .. 'M .., .-1:-its 'I N f 3 if . F. A136 'xx sf: S .- -I-- S.--mia A . . . ?,vf,.- ' Q l XY A ,xx a s I -' IS ,l .. if X 1 t g W I I gf xi l ' . . X ALLEN COUNTY COAOP ASSOCIATION. INC.--Farm Supplies--Grain Marketing New Haven Phone--Windsor 11313 Arcola Phone--Arcola 54481 TUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of New Haven High School, organized in September of 1938, was established to promote school activities, to develop a respect for school property, to provide for the general welfare of the student body, to make the school a happy place for mental, moral, and physical development, and to aid the administration in furthering its policies for the betterment of the school. The Student Council members, with the aid and encourage- ment of their faculty advisors, have attempted to serve the students, the faculty, and the administration to the best of their ability in order that the young American students of to- day will be good citizens of our democracy in the years to come. TUDE T COU CIL OFFICER LEFT TO RIGHT: Dahl Black, Vice-President, Mr. Bonahoom, Mrs. Sidell, Mr. Lloyd, Sponsors, John Harris, Presidentg Carole Myers, Secretaryg Nancy Giant, Treasurer labsentl. INDIANA 8: MICHIGAN ELECTRIC COMPANY SCIENCE CLUB " 's X. I - x S Q2 N E N -TX' I GEOLOGY GROUP X 5 r x 1 X f fx i X I The Phi Chi science Club consists of ' n N f Chemistry and Physics students. The N f X J club is divided into the following groups: if Q Astronomy, Electronics, Geology, Medi- X 1 I I X f cine, and Photography. Each of these X I U Q N 1 groups has a project for the year. I ' The officers of the Science Club are: . sy president, George Handling vice-presi- A NN? Q dent, Bob Kernsg and secretary-trea- C L B l ' surer, Marilyn Rodenbeck. The sponsor l x U 1 f '- is Mr. Keith Hunnings. I X - so MAUMEE VALLEY FARM STORE, Fort Wayne, Indiana Livestock Supply Center of the Midwest--Ph. A-3344 SCIENCE CLUB 493 . -v-,X ff? 6 9 5 1 A 3 X 1 MEDICINE GROUP ASTRONOMY, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND ELECTRONICS SUPERIOR FUEL COMPANY, INC. ,919 Wells Street. Fort VVayne. Indiana For the best in heating comfort call E-8141 SUNSHI E OCIETY NV,f' Sunshine Ssociety Sponsors, Virginia Graebner, Betty Leuenberger, Mary Manifold, Jane White, Colleen Grabner. Gfticers of Sunshine Society: President, Sandy Augentsteing Vice President, Susie Robinsong Corresponding Secretary, Lana Deitschelg Recording Secretary, Joanne Bearg Treasurer, Nancy Giant. HUNTINGTON COLLEGE, Huntington, Indiana "Where character and culture blend." l :la SUNSHINE SOCIETY noeoirr ...S 114 f!'x 1' New Haven's Sunshine Society was started in 1932. It now consists of 275 girls. The ideals of Sunshine Society are love, unselfishness, charity, kindness, and helpfulness, The motto of Sunshine is "Others" iT I Y. . . I 111 MRS. LEON RATHBUN E-1633 Wedding, Anniversary 8: Party Cakes Made to Order LETTERMEN'S I' M.,:,,.,,. -MQW. - H, pg,-Q, N.. .,.w-M W. Wy ' -" ' ' " CLB """'1--ms Q W' . -11 Q:':-.4:-:::f,-me f V ,mf-" ri fi W Officers admiring new jackets: Dave Dumford, Dave Lower. Ron Guthier lllresidentl, and Fred Cass. . rr an E 52 1 NORM'S POINT SERVICE Your car's best friend The Lettermen's Club is an or- ganization of boys who have received a varsity award for participation in interscholastic sports. To remain a member they must be currently ac- tive in those sports. Interscholastic sports include Football, Cross Coun- try, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, and Baseball. NATIONAL FORENSIC LE GUE if 4- . 1, . x. Q- i I The sponsors of NFL are Mr. May and Mr. Boylan. The officers are as follows: Ted Reiter, presidentg Barb Dickenson, secretaryg and Sandy Perrin, treasurer. NFL provides a chance for students to better themselves in speech work. When a student attends speech contests, he receives points toward this league. In order to become a mem- ber, you must have 25 points from speech work done. Outside of regular contests, the league as a whole puts on a Student Congress in the spring and in the fall. Two members of the organization represents New Haven in the House, with two members representing the league in the Senate, also. Shown below are those students who participated in tournaments. E. HARPER 8: SON FUNERAL HOME - 53 24-hour Ambulance Service l 3 MASQUE AND GAVEL 'lW9m Masque and Gavel has as its purpose the improvement of speech throughout the school and the community. In close cooperation with NFL and the Speech Department, Masque and Gavel sponsors four high school assemblies each year and the annual speech tournament. Each spring comes the high-light of M 81 G activities: the annual three-act play. fThis year PAPA IS ALL was presentedj. The last activity each year is a banquet to honor the graduating members and to initiate new members. Sponsored by Mr. May and Mr. Boylan, it was served by the following officers this year: Joan Parent, presidentg Wanda Yoder, vice-presidentg Janet Schmidt, secretaryg and Carol Longardner, treasurer. Shown below are those students who won ribbons. IHRIE FOODS COMPANY, New Haven, Indiana Phone 22433 MASQUE AND GAVEL UPPER LEFT AND RIGHT: Scenes from: WILDCAT WILLIE GETS BRAIN FEVER LOWER LEFT: Scene from: LADIES OF THE MOP As a service to the community, its Speakers' Bureau furnishes speakers and one-act plays during the school year, upon request, to local organizations. The one-act plays this year were COULDN'T I KISS YOU GOOD NIGHT'?, WHERE'S THAT REPORT CARD'?, LADIES OF THE MOP, and WILD- CAT WILLIE GETS BRAIN FEVER. ZULA GARAGE Zula, Indiana - Men County Public Library Et. Wayne, lndlunu IN DEDICATION We, the members of the Mirage Staff of 1958-1959, dedicate this book to the memory of Mrs. Wuanita Davis Magee. VVuanita graduated from the New Haven High School in 1949, and be- came secretary to the Superintendent of the New Haven Public Schools. She held this position until the time of her death. 't as a hel ful friend to all. Courteous, cheerful, and efficient--Wuani a W p Remembrance of her gracious assistance will be with us always. MIRAGE 6' fi x ..-. 13, .- Y e 'wi A Q .Sv ABOVE: Editorial Staff and Mr. Verl Oberlin, Sponsor INSET: Lee Nickerson, Editor BELOW: senior staff members, Paul Frock, Carol Bryan, Wanda Yoder, Dave Dumford, Carol Longardner. Seated: Susan Moody, Beth Parks, Annette Lomont and Pat Lantz. .omit , af Isa-. WW' ax A f l ' 1 Q' ' -' .Q Q . .,,, .5 DORWIN YERKS AND SONS Route 2, Woodburn Growers and Distributors of Indiana Certified Seeds Phone: Harlan 2192 MIRAGE ABOVE: Business Staff and Mr. Norm Moser, Sponsor INS-ET: Mary VV00druni, Business Manager BELOVV: High salesmen. John Seitz, Joyce Bowser, Juan Hamm, Sandy VVick, Joanne VVerling, Mrs. Virginia West Ksponsori and Willard Travis '-'li FROM A FRIEND. X L TI L CLUB if U N, - N57 weve. X-...Q-4 W'-K The sponsor is Mrs. Rogers. Officers: Consuls, Larry Rothenhofer and Terry Wick, Quaest or, Marvin Jacobs, Scriba, Pam Parmeleeg Censor, Nancy Rogersg Ianitor, Dick Franceg Dic tator, Don Emenhiser. FUTURE URSES Sponsor: Mrs. Troyer. Officers: President. Sandy Lepperg Vice-President, Nancy Jacobsg Secretary, Gloria Null, Treasurer, Sandy Perrin: Librarian, Pam Parmelee. . - -:su .ws-sz' E ' 5 . P- K., ww Q-1. i .....f .,: . .CS SCHLATTER HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Fort Wayne, Indiana FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 1 KMX 'X '25 x -l .2-"-I, xx Z. ' lx -k -ff x,aJ,QQQ,.f " p-41.1 SPONSORS: Mr. Holt, Mr. Beugnot. OFFICERS: President, Arlene Smell, Vice-President, Paul Frockg Secretary, Annette Lamont: Treasurer, Diana Clark. LIBR RIANS XIT BY THE PLACEMENT BUREAU 208 Strauss Building, Fort Wayne 2, Indiana . GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO PURPOSE A-C-T-I-V-I-T-Y is a key word in G.A.A. The purpose of this organization is to promote good fellowship and sportsmanship among girls of New Haven High School, and to give girls an opportunity to participate in all sports. G.A.A. sponsors such activities as Volleyball, basketball, trampoline, archery, modern dancing, bowling, and swimming. G.A.A. OFFICERS 1958-59 President ......... ...... J oanne Werling Vice President .... . . . .Margie Hathaway Secretary ....... ..... J eanne Fruchey Treasurer ........ .... D iane Dietschel Point Recorders .... ..... J oanne Beard Joyce Bowser Publicity .,..... .... L inda Kurley SPORTHEADS Rosalie Oehler, Diane Dietschel, Brenda Haase, Sandy Perrin, Joyce Bowser, Mary Beth Herbst, Margie Hathaway, Carol Bandelier, Jeanne Fruchey, Carol Bryan, Joanne Beard, Cindy Louden, Jackie Kestner, Sherri Chronister, Joanne Werling, Mary Winchester, De- ann Rigby, Sue Carney. THE VIM COMPANY, INC.--Equipment for all Sports Fort Wayne's exclusive sporting goods store GIRLS, ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO I 402. -,.., fwxiiw.. IM9'?ifg'5.1- :Q ZELT'S PURE OIL SERVICE U.S. JIU and Hartze-Il Road. New Haven, Indiana VARSITY PEP CLUB f i i I G Q , u, A X Q 5 X ,,,, 1 " X ' 7 ',,.' B . -'ff: is 1 'dig 1 9 S Q' 'Q I C ,C ,Q Q my 'W-. RE ERVE PEP CLUB Pep Club Officers: Linda Wiedemann, Presidentg Lana Short, Vice-president, Linda Ald rich, Secretary-Treasurer. Pep Sponsors: Miss McDonald, Mr. Weaver. L ,E W7 4 r 3 -P. Q' .Mi .s -u l x I h N Q -, 'f Rv 1 s f- , 3 I , .. 4 ,.... . X Q. - Q, , I A U A - 1 ' f Q nc, X - . . ' . nl . 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Y W -m-were-, A45 , a xr' V , . ,a!v!4'5,,e,nv-35.9. Q' we we -as H - . KNQFA +1-pfqe ,fm 4 - X' :X f . wfx- ,-2.5.-'rmg' -, I - , 4 his .. V- I M - A' 4 .i ,- -. -"' 1 -' .Q .- - . " -. MI Y - I.IvI.,',. . .. ,II iz. ...II ., , I,.-I h IVII. ,K ALI .- T It I .II I4 ,I I ,fII:::+g:E wg' , I -.. Q I , ,IS A ,I,..5.gI :L-,1.:,,,,. . -' Q- - - -' in ' -'-' A ' Q ff. 1 -- Y' :Mist " z ROW I: Smith, Handlin, Hunt, Stahl, Bazzinett, Stanley. Kinnison, Weisehberger, Hand' ley, Schuckel. ROW 2: Ryan, Rothenhofer. Hartman, Cass, Anderson, Lewis, Swartz, Vondran, McVoy, Henry, Kummer. ROW 3: Doty, Lichtenstien, Franke, Murphy, Guthier, Mayer, Leisen, Norton, Wisley, Zur- buch, Rebber, Brigham, Stinson, Daniels, Rockey, Lower. The New Haven football team finished the season with a record of 5 wins and 4 losses. Ron Guthier led the team offensively with 50 points and Roger Wisley led defensively with 92 tackles. 1958 FOOTBALL RECORD New Haven. ....... 13 New Haven ... . .19 New Haven... ..21 New Haven.. ...0 New Haven.. ...6 New Haven.. ...7 New Haven... ...47 New Haven... ...48 New Haven .... ..... 7 Total.. .. .. ..168 Special Awards: Garrett .... Decatur ........ Columbia City. . Central Catholic Howe . .... . . . . Concordia. . . . . Kendallville .. . Bluffton .. .. Plymouth. . . Total . . . Most Valuable Offensive Player. .Ronald Guthler Most Valuable Defensive Player .... Roger Wisley Best Mental Attitude .............. Jerry Daniels First NEIC Team ...... . . .Gary Kummer Jerry Daniels Roger Wisley Second NEIC Team. . . ..... Jerry Doty Ronald Guthier The Junior Varsity won 5 games while losing only 1. The Freshmen team finished the year with this same record. Coach Scott Armstrong is looking forward to working with these teams. EDDlE'S SIRLOIN HOUSE NO. 2 Open seven days a week--Phone 861-300 FOOTBALL Qlmxv ii --wi pri- if ,-1, .Q CHEERLEADERS: Diane Deitschel, -Ioan Parent, Joanne Werling, Margie Hathaway, and Jeanne Fruchey. COACHES: Scott Armstrong, head coach: Norm Ellenberger, Paul Armstrong, Everett Cass. and Norm Moser. . ""1,,' W - 'A -' A .I Q... "x.3"5 7' -.. , .-Y A F iw y M f an bag.,-A j...g,,. ,3,f , . . 4. an 'ag '.-..,v , m.L' ' " , lip E ' Tizrx. 'f'G"'4 -1 'f' .T I r . N . 9- 'C-JJ .I 155223, .A ., J... ' f - Vfgf-aivih Jh5'.r.F'K y,-QQ, A 'Q -- E .H-wr gy iw si :gg . Q - .,- --- 1-'V' , f' w 1. 7 v . ' i , v.-Ji.. .- :Sf .- vnllv 1- .. W! ...M ,.,... -WY G.- ,....f,,f:f , 3 ,U , in . j 1 , -,xiifgga ,lf Q-1-3 1 vi' ' .-.svn . , ., s-.ik . P ' A , ' Q ij- Z. . if ,3"'i'.: 'N A uw' A . , - , - . N :-,.:.N I ., Y- -' 4, fb. xfggifi - , X ,F If -:S ,Q N .E is S, big. -V E rg 35 V, .v 5 su x .4 .O wi? si ii X 5 '. 'W N . A .f Q3 7 f, .. X 'fi' w ' V ,qs ' W- M ' arf? .. gk Luffy, .. 2 ., qv. . 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Q.. .A DOT'S BEAUTY SHOP, 625 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana "For Your Hair Care" Phone 4055 TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration 4 School Board and Secretaries 7 Faculty 8 Cooks and Custodians 14 Junior Class Officers 15 Juniors 16 Sophomore Class Officers 22 Sophomores 23 Freshmen 29 National Honor 36 Junior Red Cross 38 Hi-Y 39 Band 40 Choir 44 Student Council 47 Science Club 48 Sunshine Society 50 Lettermen's Club 52 National Forensic League 53 Masque and Gavel 54 Mirage 56 Latin Club and Future Nurses 58 Future Teachers of America 59 Librarians 59 Girls' Athletic Association 60 Pep Club 62 Football 64 Cross Country 68 Wrestling 69 Basketball 70 Track 78 Baseball 82 Intramural 86 Junior Prom 88 Snoball Hop 90 Class Tourney 92 Faculty Snaps 93 Snaps '62 94 Snaps '61 96 Snaps '60 98 Snaps '59 100 Here and There 102 Seniors Officers 104 Seniors 105 Autographs 123 I. y l :xx Y 1. 4 O ,yfzr ,G . . 3 F K I ,',v yr Q . s 'rt' ' z.: " 'A ' - sh , ,. fx' .' f l . , f U ff a aa a fi was an a 4':' "f-g . 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WOLFE, Agent--Ohio State Life Insurance 1117 Highway 30 East, New Haven, Indiana N.H. 23043 FOOTBALL ACTIO RUHL HOME FURNISHINGS, New Haven, Indiana Fine Home Furnishings Sz Appliances, Television, Wall-to-Wall Carpeting CROSS COUNTRY N aaa:-. . S' I A 1 Q S xt.. ' ' '. if 1--'V 'I' "2 1 -19 'J-95. 1 """ - . "- . . ,A. , . 1. .5 SJ, ixtaf .. + Q ., . ' " th , 9 iff ' dx Q S Q Z ' 1 w Y f V 4 f j .. . 5 i"" 'r-------1 , I 'H ,N . ' f is-c 5if...s,: ' as. N t -.W Aix.. . Mrs... V New New New New New New New New 68- In the first year of interscholastic competition the Cross Country team won 2 of 8 meets. Haven .... .... 2 4 Hoagland .... .... 3 1 Haven .... .... 4 2 North Side. . . . . . . .19 Bluffton. . . . . . . Haven .... .... 3 7 South Side.. .. .. . .19 Haven .... .... 4 5 Central ...... .... 1 7 Haven .... .... 3 6 Elmhurst .... .... 2 3 Haven .... .... 2 2 Huntertown .... .... 3 3 Haven .... .... 2 9 Concordia .... .... 2 6 Haven .... .... 4 6 Central ..... .... 1 7 Adams Central. . . . . . Ten boys run in a varsity meet with the first seven scoring. The low score wins. Twenty-seven teams were entered in the Sectionals. The first four teams qualified for the State Finals. Our New Haven team missed going by one place. We finished fifth. Her- man Schnelker qualified as an individual by coming in fourth. At Indianapolis, Schnelker finished in the top half of the field of 190 competitors. The reserve team, made up of the second ten fastest runners, won 3 and lost 5. The re- serves outdistanced Hoagland, Huntertown, and Concordia. SOUDER'S HOME CENTER, Grabill, Indiana "Save at Souder's Home Center" s wx 101 WRE TLI G ROW 1: Jim Orr, Student Manager, Stan Smith, Herb Weisenburger, Dave Loeffler Tom Gratz, Mike Loeffler, Keith Fisher, Coach Paul Armstrong. ROVV 22 Alan Reidel. George Murphy, Joe Lewis, Bill Vondran, Joe McVoy Dick Henrv ROW 3: Ken Kreigh, Vern Hearn, Tim Gratz, Bob Maroney, Dan Schuckel Lowell Wer ling, Marion Kinnison, Mike King, Leroy Moser. New New New New New New New 1958-59 RECORD Haven... ...18 Haven... ...15 Haven... ...27 Haven... ....9 Haven... ...10 Haven... ...21 Haven... ...11 Bluffton Tourney. Sectional Tourney. . Keith Fisher. . Dave Loeffler. . Stan Smith .... Dick Henry. . . Joe McVoy .... George Murphy .... Peru .......... Central Catholic Bluffton. . . . . . Royerton ...... Central Catholic Bluffton . .... , Royerton. . . . 3rd Place 6th Place .4th Place 3rd Place 4th Place 4th Place 4th Place 3rd Place PAL'S TRUCK STOP--Junction 30, 24, 14 New Haven, Indiana BA 'KETBALL 1 , -f-. D, if . , COACHES: Jim Weaver, assistant coach, and Norm Ellenberger, head coach. CHEERLEADERS: Joanne Werling, Joan Parent, Margie Hathaway, Diane Deitschel and Jeanne Fruchey. MIDWEST MOTEL - Ceramic Tile Sz Shower Free TV and Radio, 17 units. On U. S. Highways 30 and 24 East 1 1 New ' New ' New 7 New I New f New Q. New H New New lP'New yfl"New l"'New l?'New u l L I 3. I BASKETBALL STANDING: Lee Nickerson, Garry Kummer, Dave Lower, Dave Dumford, Roger Wisley, Marsh Snyder, Jerry Jacquay,, Bill Fritcha, Al Herman, Bob Fox, Neal Wissman. KNEELING: Roger Swartz, Student Manager, Coach Norm Ellenberger. 1958-1959 RECORD Haven ..... Garrett ......... New Haven Angola. . . . Haven ..... Central Catholic. New Haven Hoagland. . Haven ..... Butler ...... . . . New Haven Harlan. . . . Haven ..... South Side. .... New Haven Kendallville Haven ..... Monroeville ..... New Haven l.... Leo . . . . . . . Haven ..... Columbia City. . . New Haven Woodburn . Haven ..... Concordia. New Haven Huntertown Haven ..... Bluffton. . . New Haven ..... Berne. . . . . Haven ..... Decatur .... New Haven ..... Elmhurst. . Haven ..... Hoagland. . "New Haven. . . Woodburn. Haven ..... Harlan .... "New Haven. . . Leo. . . . . . Haven ..... Monroeville Haven ..... Huntertown ..... 'County Tourney ""'Sectional Tourney The New Haven Bulldogs finished a successful season with a record of 17 victories and only 7 setbacks. One of the season's highlights was the County Tourney. In his first year as varsity coach, Norm Ellenberger led the Bulldogs to their eighth county championship. Sev- eral records were broken by the high-scoring Al Herman, who finished the season with a record-setting 451 points. During his high school career he scored a total of 1,120 points for another school record. At the end of the regular season, Bill Fritcha and Al Herman were elected honorary co-captains. BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP Phone N.H. 21783 New Haven, Indiana S IOR Bill Fritcha if NX" y iw , ff r f A t I 'b '- : 1,4 -.' .nz ii L: X :.. l.,::- K .H '. V 'S 1' x,:. f-., -..:f ' Marsh Snyder r A- A E ,jx ' ml X 'x 2 3 -r . -fx as Pri-. i,:. , EE N ,,, "., 1 bllhb c,. ' 3 f':f'41 r as-in d U 3'2- Nr- 5-y . , Q , fl- :. X x, Dave Dumford 5 r "Ta fi' ' 5 Ik ly ,Z x"x4yl Iv Q- ,. 'gl a a ar yra T145 XRf?! ix , x ii' , xi K . ..-. rw is , .:? -:- ' " 5 is, if , - , ' Qi Al I' x 3 1 " xx 9 1 3 Q X H4 , I rf : ff 4 2 9.4'--...f- F' ro 0 Z O 77' m 5 o 5 Gary Kummer Rog Wisley 72 FRITCHA LANDSCAPING and BULLDOZING R. R. 7, Fort Wayne, Indiana Phone Windsor 2550 x I .,.,. 3 r ' Y , V! ,A X 1 . H if 5 Q xg QQ YA V if Snug! - MQ .. J f 7 4 mo- ,Nm V s' I I .QQ ' :IQ Al Herman i aa X BASKETB LL RESERVE TEAM, FRONT ROW: Denny Renier, Dave Zelt, Larry Hanefeld, Marion Stanley, John Whitacre, Jeff Stahl. BACK ROW: Coach Jim Weaver, Ronnie Augenstein, Jerry Doty, Jerry Ellis, Dave Lower, and Larry Rothenhofer. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Pat Stoneburner, Beckie Bearman, and Janet Schmidt. MOON PRINTING COMPANY New Haven, Indiana BASKETBALL Freshman Basketball Team. FRONT ROW: Gary Bearman, Mike Dennis, John Hoover, Dick Fritcha, Denny Kummer, Bob Augenstein. BACK ROW: Coach, Bob Ewing, Nick Baker Denny Grotrian, Larry Stoppenhagen, Gene Heath, Bill Foust, Gene Cully, Student Manager, Joe Crozier. VARSITY ACTIO BILL MCCORMACK CHEVROLET, INC. "Your driver training car sponsor" ACTIO DELUXE CLEANERS, New Haven, Indiana ,,f ADMINISTRATIO MR. PAUL HARDING SUPERINTENDENT OF NEW HAVEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Butler University, A.B.- Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Harding came to New Haven as Principal of the High School in 1951 from Butler, Indiana, where he had been Superintendent of Schools. Three years later he took over the duties of Superintendent of the New Haven Public Schools, which now include Sunnymede, Village, the New Haven Elementary. and the Junior and Senior High Schools. Since Mr. Harding's coming to New Haven, the total pupil population has increased form 1,197 to 3,171. It has taken much planning to keep up with this growth. Besides being general supervisor of all the schools, he is re- sponsible for the school finances and the hiring ofa coni- petent faculty. MR. STANLEY GUENTHER ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT OF NEW HAVEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS Indiana University, B.S. Ball State Teachers College, MS. In 1954 Mr. Guenther came to the New Haven Schools from Central High School in Fort Wayne. He is in charge of maintenance and care of buildings and grounds, inspection of new construction, purchasing of non- instructional supplies, and supervision of transportation. ROBERTS STUDIO, 1014 Ewing, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Your School Photographer E-2863 1.- X 1 7? ' vas TRACK 'Q' I ' ti aae 51' TOP ROW: Tony Miceli, Mike Bobilya, Gary Lambert John Davis, Leon Wattenbarger, Ed Zurbach, Bob Frisby, Dave Dumford, Jerry Jacquay, Ed McDaniels. MIDDLE ROW: Fred Cass, John Smith, Charles Hawk, Herman Schnelker, Dale Buhr, Sam Henry, Jerry Doty, Gary Hazelett, Ron Guthier, Steve Hoetzer, Larry Hanefeld. BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Mowery, Managerg Earl Lepper, Dave Loeffler, Bill Brigham, By- ron Simmons, Jerry Freewalt, Tim Gratz, Dick Henry, Joe McVoy, Stephen Strole, Jerry Harkenrider, Jim Martin. 1958 TRACK RECORD I New Haven ..... . . .89 112 Bluffton. .... 19 112 New Haven ..... ..... 9 2 Decatur ......... .... 1 7 New Haven ..... . . .83 516 Kendallville ...... 25 1X6 New Haven ..... ........ ......... 8 6 Central Catholic. ........... . . . .23 New Haven ..... .................... 6 3 Garrett ...... .... . ......... .... 4 6 New Haven. ......... 57 1X2 Warsaw.. . .. . .53 1X2 Columbia City.. ....26 New Haven Relays .... . . . First Place .54 points NEIAC ............. . . . First Place . . . .70 North Side Relays .... . . . Fifth Place ....... .26 Sectional .......... Fourth Place .... 16 1! 2 Regional .... ........... E leventh ....... 4 NEW RECORDS Shot Putt. . . Leon Wattenbarger . . . .,.. 49 ' 5 1f4" High Hurdles ..... John Davis . .15.6 sec. Broad Jump. Mile Relay. . John Davis Sam Henry Jerry Doty Bob Frisby Dale Buhr 7 H ....20 5 ....3:39:5 78- SECTIONAL .... Qualified Dale Buhr, 100 and 220 yd. dashes Sam Henry, 220 yd. dash Bob Frisby, 440 yd. Dahs REGIONAL. .Qualified Dale Buhr for the State Track Meet in the 100 and 220 yd. dashes. TOM'S TV Sz APPLIANCES, 715 Broadway, New Haven. TRACK C7 '-J I 3 , , 1 1 if 1 l 1 1 1958 TRACK QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS Janet Schmidt, Joanne Werling, Pat Herber lqueenl, Elaine Werling, Pat Stoneburner THE 1958 TRACK SENIORS John Smith, Dale Buhr, Sam Henry, Gary Lambert, Bob Frisby, Mike Bobilya, John Davis, Leon Wattenbarger. FRANKLIN FINANCE Loans Sz Financing Since 1921 1 1 TRACK Dale Dumford--John Davis .........-Q...-........-........ Q .g::.i3g:gi"s'-W . ffm? so . "S 1- -ff in-Ui A-Hs-ass 'Q Q ,111-,ff ,V ', ,T .ix 41:1 ., . X yy ,.g-, K it Q-v:.,5e""sl. , ' . wff ' , ' dig, ..,.w4l'S:2Q22,,3'35f., 3 K A A' 'C N tsiwxlgxggl S a-, XP.. Q. ,N :O Sw Xt ,gr-sp N-,,.x,,.,, - 4.3- we '-sQgK','f,,w-'wivwmiw - W' -fi'2-AWFX. 'Q-""r"C' . ' iigfw-Jaxx - We F - 5 .mf T-ram Dale Buhr was awarded the first blanket in the history of New Haven High School. This blanket is the high- est award presented to an athlete. The qualifications for a blanket are nine varsity letters. Dale took part in Foot- ball, Basketball, Track, and Baseball all four years and won a total of twelve letters. This is more than any other athlete has won in the past. Congratulations, Dale Buhr!! V. E. AMSTUTZ 8: SONS, INC., Box 117, Leo, Indiana Plumbing, Heating Sz Wiring 80- TRACK ACTIO ,..X.. , . . r 5Qf ifii'f.M- 1,.'f'f?fF' . ' iz f ' 'X x N X.: 1 S, x.u4.f!,6Jn ATAL The Last Curve! Victory! Take Your Marks! In The Lead! V 'TQ . Q 4 G, M, wg, ,Da-4: XMLJ, rx Compliments of ZOLLINGER MOTOR SALES - 81 New Haven New Haven ,.... New Haven.. .. New Haven New Haven .... New Haven .... New Haven .... New Haven.. .. New Haven New Haven.. . . TOTAL. . . BASEBALL ....1O B1uffton...... . . . .5 Kendallville. . . .. ..2 Columbia City. ....14 Concordia.. ... ....1 Decatur... ....6 Decatur...... ....3 B1uffton...... . .. . .6 Columbia City. ....13 Concordia..... . . . .5 Kendallville. . . ....64 TOTAL... The 1958 baseball team had a record of 9 wins and only one loss With this record the team captured the NEIAC championship. In the past four years the baseball teams have compiled a record of 35 wins and only 7 losses. Only three boys were lost by graduation last spring. They were Gary Ronberg pitcher and shortstopg Ron Renier, catcherg and Dale Buhr, first baseman Despite these losses Coach Paul Armstrong expects another good season in 1959. GAIL J. ROE, Real Estate Broker T-7610 Representative of Designers, Builders, Subdividers BASEBALL TOP: Dick Renier TOP: Dave Dumford BOTTOM: Al Hermann BOTTOM: Gary Kurnmer MARSH FOODLINER New Haven, Indiana BASEBALL ff' ,. fi Q ,1 M 'f . . "xx-V-, or ,,.., ag- f W' ' . . , g L N- ,. . '.,,:ez-i--Ar.-if -,,gfjj'f,1 I "" rg r VTE. i 1' y 'N L Q H - O ' Q 1 - I1 M .fXf'4"'f.ff s,..- wf"'f:' 'lim :-I N:"g-'V' . X Qu' ' Q- , A, I ,x,4,FKjg, Q., :.53j,,,E1 fl- Jw, 4 YKZZAA, ' 1 Qfffffif-5af'v-'i Q-iw' f wffe. " ' -:Z wffiwiifw- W, ' -, -.Ama :N 3--' wif? .- 'sm T, . q.A am AN 1,-g Neue A . . ,. ,. 'f f ef -' .wg -- lm . . X - -:aim , i R' - " ig g-,f -' eds +12 W fo- 1" . m e I 5 ' -r . S wg .1 ' fr rr- , ggyggg 4 if-fir: ja 1 2 f 1:35 9 1a,iffEQK.,, -5 -'SAV ffiwi- 1 L- -. 'Ql-Yggkfzdi? 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X- -x .Q,,'i,g' ,JN ,- gl 2' ' . 4 ,.f"f7' 12 i"fTqY...,,,hg, rm., A we. ,Q,I-m,Q.,. -f-"'::..1.w:w' 'rl'-fm ," gg' M"'N""' " ' F3 "' f V" - I ' -f :W M L- - A -1--.X .3253 12:2 Hw- TOP: Steve Schroeder TOP: Gordon Wood BOTTOM: Lee Nickerson BOTTOM: Ed Herman NEW HAVEN LOCKER RETAIL MARKET, New Haven, Indiana l BASEBALL ACTIO I , . . f I I XX I I A X fl. n Y --'------f:- W In -E 4 -rw f .-. -,Q 'fs - ' ff I A 'ln 4 iw-M I f ---LJ: A Us I ' V I ' 2 Q ' - f ' " Y , , ' is .x ' 1 P B QR-. A ff 1 'bi X , -5 -- J -.,,- ' Vif, . 2 X N M, ' A . Gary Ronberg Ron Renier Dale Buhr The Bench RN F" I i g.....,,,B X WX' B , A, X, xl " Y x BYROADE BROS. SIDING 8: AWNING SALES 4715 VVayne Trace, Fort Wayne, Indiana H-9323 - ADMINISTRATIO MR. MAYNARD HENWOOD - SENIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL Earlham College, A.B. Indiana University, M.S. In 1952 Mr. Henwood came to New Haven as Assistant Principal. He previously had been Principal at the St. Joe Central School. In 1954 he became Principal of grades kinder- garten through twelve. At the present time he is Principal of the Senior High School. His administrative duties consist of being in charge of all teachers and students in high school. He also supervises the cadet teaching program. Q N. .ai A 1 MR. SCOTT ARMSTRONG -JUNIOR HIGH PRINCIPAL Butler University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Armstrong became Principal of the Jun- ior High in the fall of 1957. He has been a member of the faculty since 1948. He is also Director of Athletics and track and football coach. As Principal, he is in charge of all adminis- trative work in the Junior High and assumes the responsibility of the student insurance program. D. O. MCCOMB Kr SONS, 1140 Lake Ave.. Fort Wayne, Indiana Funeral Directors and Ambulance Service A-2182 I TRAMURAL Q-v. Q , S Horseshoe ...W Cross Country Flag Pootball NEW HAVEN BAKERY, 829 Main Street, New Haven, Indiana Phone 5533 Archery Golf 9: QU EEN: Joanne Werling Gui ..-x Kris , - ,, 4 1 4 ui 1' IQ! R X ' No 'V 3 JUL IOR PRC 'I E X Ex The 1958 Prom Court , .-':.A:f-+- . fe 4 1' ' ' " QWWH kev- N '5'.':' X X ,Ki ' -.... Y Q KING: Ronme Gunthler ...av -1 .... :LS Raw l C Z , 4 , 0 1, 4, 4 'f 5 3265 5 , ww 5 J. 4, . 24 gf f kg. l 1 ., I! I U 'fri vi' 5 . i E, O Q 'Q x X Vi ... 1 'i' 4 1. B8- ,f gui' -3' i . " ., N xx x 9 M, ff. , .4 is ,ii XJ- l wgkgflbf Compliments of NEW HAVEN SURPLUS STORE UNIOR PROM CROWNBEARERS: Bonnie Hunnings, Neal Augenstein 1958 KING AND QUEEN: Judy Herhst, Stan Pickett Dancing at the Prom CENTRAL PLYWOOD K: DOOR K-6201 4111 Oxford, Fort Wayne, Indiana SNOWBALL HOP '25 1: TE-P"F .ra T .ff ' The annual Snowball Hop, sponsored by the Student Council, was held December 6, of last year. The theme was "Serenade of the Stars" and the music was furnished by Dick Brown and his orchestra. MOON PRINTING COMPANY, New Haven, Indiana S OWBALL HOP Student Council sponsors take a moment out for relaxation. Left to right are: Arthur Lloyd Lois Sidell, and Michael Bonahoom. I wonder where the girls are? HERFF JONES COMPANY ! L f X Q 1 ,Q . CLASS TCURNEY Freshmen Sophomores The boys final game of the 1958 Class Tourney was captured by the Juniors. It was the second straight year in which the class of '59 had taken the final game. In the overall point total, which included sportsmanship, attendance, response to cheers, and decoration, the Class of '61 was declared the winner. Juniors Seniors GRABILL HARDWARE, Grabill, Indiana "A good place to trade since 1930" FACULTY SNAPS 'H r iff? fre: '13- "im 3 ZX SNAPS 4iEZxK2'!XZY7QEa1fFi7f x,, ,.,sL


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