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

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11§»K? s Q I 3 1833 00088 7452 jGc 977.202 N354nh 1961 New Haven High School (New Haven, I nd . ) Mi rage Dke 1961 Wiraiie 1 V i 1 oC. XXII 7Re$lectto t4 . , . Reflections of the 1960-1961 school year bring cherished memories of the many days ' activities which filled each stu- dent ' s life. The organizations, sports, special events of the year, classrooms, and homework contributed to our won- derful times. This was the year of the political campaign, the advancement of fantastic space achievements, and the year when we reached a realization that we do not live in a divided world and that we must all strive for peace. In the extracurricular realm, ribbons, trophies, and scholarships were won by many of our students. The super- intendents, principals, faculty, and patrons of our com- munity have contributed greatly to our growth. Looking back over the past year, we all reflect these memories in our minds. TABLE OF CONTENTS School Life 4 Academic 14 Administration 24 Seniors 38 Juniors 66 Sophomores 74 Freshmen 82 Music Drama 92 Organizations 102 Sports 124 The New Haven students are shown here as they dance to the enjoyable music of the Silhouettes. l e Cectum o£ Oux, ' Paat Debra Fellers, Karen Sanders, and their escorts are pictured here pausing for refreshments. The Snowball Hop was highlighted by the beautifully decorated Christmas tree. W. W. SPURLING CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. — General Contractor 5007 New Haven Avenue Ft. Wayne, Indiana One of the main functions of the year is our Snowball Hop, the annual semi-formal Christmas dance. This is sponsored for the entire student body by the Student Council. The date this past year was December 10, at which time we all danced in the cafeteria to the enchanting music of the Silhouettes. The cafeteria and refreshment area were beautifully decorated in tide with the theme " Magic Moments, " which all produced a wonder- ful evening. Don Stine, Mr. Goeglein, and Bill Foust are shown busily adding the finishing touches to the Snowball Hop. tyco %t ty t 7?temo Ue . . . Captured here is the theme of the hop as displayed in the deco- rations of the refreshment area. M. C. GEORGE AND " GIB " IMEL Representatives for HERFF JONES CO. Artmaster Yearbooks $ v - : v . |P IP The New Haven High School students have gathered together on the football field for the first pep session to give an enthusiastic start to this year ' s sports. ({ t6e SxccttK ' 7cwe . , , 7( 6tc i The freshmen at the class tourney give their team sup- port in a way-out " Beatnik " style. The seniors use African native dress to display their theme at the class tourney. PENSINGER JEWELRY STORE New Haven, Indiana The Juniors, whose theme at the class tourney was " South Seas, " got first place in girls ' and boys ' basketball competition. " ZOe Spent at tyuptea, z td Secti Mf l , The Sophomores displayed their ability at class tourney with first prize for attendance and theme. The theme was " Al ' s Pals. " Jerry Ellis tries hard to tip the ball to a Bull- dog player. Prom King NEAL WISSMAN Prom Queen SHARON EIFRID ostites . . . and Dtutce i The Junior and Senior Attendants provide the court of " royalty. ' TOM ' S TV APPLIANCES 7 1 5 Broadway W-1412 — New Haven, Indiana Sukura, Japanese for cherry blossom, was the theme for the Junior-Senior Prom at which Jimmy Stier ' s Orchestra furnished the music. The gymnasium was transformed into a Japanese garden with cherry blos- som trees and Japanese lanterns to carry out the ori- ental theme. The Juniors and Seniors will remember the Prom as the outstanding event of the school year. Junior Attendants, Beckie Bearman and Denny Renier. Junior Attendants, Lana Deitschel and Bob Fox. The Prom is soon to begin as guests arrive. IRMA ' S Hair Styling Salon — W-1142 Irma Goldsmith — Owner Joyce Herman and Lois Knipstein display safety poster as Sharon Dew and Judy Fuchs look over safety program. ' P vttcccfratc i t (?Cc€j(U and Otfoi s4ctivitie . . , This charming couple is Judy Newhard and Anne Haugsrud, displaying their pleasing personalities. Enjoying fun and frolic are Janice Chausse, Cheryl Walker, Judy Snyder, and Mr. Nicholas. SAUDERS FARM HATCHERY " Chicks — Pellet Feeds " Grabill. Ind. Participating in the Senior Class sponge throw at the Halloween Party are Brenda Haase, Judy Fuchs, Kay Kemery, and Sharon Eifrid. Students keep time with the Clefs who provided music for the Halloween Dance. Glen Ralston offers Mrs. Rogers her choice of chocolates at her homeroom Christmas party. Nancy Rogers and Sandy Perrin, as usual, are " pitching in " and doing their part by decorating for the Snow Ball Hop. RANCH PANCAKE HOUSE (18 Varieties) 907 W. Lincoln Highway, New Haven, Indiana tutd 7 6ene 2( e Stuctced ' Zf id, Mrs. Pat Federspiel supervises as Pam Parmelee and Sandra Perrin gain experience in the clinic. Mary Lou Gheen, cadet teacher, illustrates story to class. Sandy Dressier sorts canceled checks as she assists Miss Doehrman in the office. GRABILL HARDWARE " A good place to trade since 1930 " This English class watches attentively as Mrs. Colleen Grabner explains a sentence on the board to them. S ic i and OKyttaye — Susan Kroemer, speech student, gives her 5-minute speech on " The Art of Persuasion. " Term papers, projects, reports, and final speeches are a vital part of the English and language field. Infini- tives and participles to declensions and nouns are covered and studied by many students. With English and foreign language the basis of our curricular pro- gram, much is heard about these subjects. Reading, Literature, Grammar 12, Composition, and Speech are among the subjects taught in our English department. The foreign languages offered are Latin, French, and German, which are all becoming more and more popular among the students. ORVILLE STURM, AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATF Lincoln Highway W-1491 Miss Munk ' s French students, Laurie Ka- rels, Freya Funk, and Dennis Headlee ad- mire the poster on Paris. SW4 o£ (ZwvUcod t ' PtoyiatH Working on Latin projects are Judy McDonald. Phillip Brubaker, and Steve Anderson. Bonus, bona, bonum — Mrs. Rogers seems to be writing a declension on the board for the class to learn. Ruth Kestner, future secretary, is shown transcribing a letter from her shorthand. (2itt%e t4 o£ 7o to in c A SMITH ' S STANDARD SERVICE 402 Broadway, New Haven, Ind. Open 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. SOCIAL STUDIES AND BUSINESS With History and Government being required sub- jects, each student is made more appreciative of his nation and increases his knowledge of Federal, state, and local conditions. Psychology and Sociology, also social studies subjects, show one ' s individual and eco- nomic needs. Business courses form a great margin of the elective courses and present the principles of business by means of Business Law, Business Arithmetic, and Bookkeep- ing. Typing and Shorthand " pave the way " for many in the business world and are used quite extensively as personal skills. Mr. Frock makes use of the map to illustrate the United States during the Civil War. Janice Chausse explains a point as Mr. Beugnot and class listen. tefiane fa t6e ' putovie Kenneth Koenig and Jerry Doty work at the adding ma- chines, trying to balance their bookkeeping problems. SCIENCE AND MATH Each student throughout his high school life takes some form of science and mathematics. Science includes laboratory work, field trips, the study of matter and energy, and atomic and molecular construction. Biology, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, and Physics are among the many sciences taught. Mathematics includes algebraic formulas, fractions, radicals, symmetrical figures, and logarithms. General Mathematics, Algebra, Plane Geometry, and Trigonometry are a few of the numerous mathematics courses. Robert Anderson displays his science mas- terpiece — Oscar the Robot. ia Ce ptA tutd po t puda,4, Don Stine is very much engrossed in solving his Physics problem with the help of the slide rule. Various projects were displayed at the Science Fair, including an example of taxidermy. NEW HAVEN MOTOR SALES ' Chrysler Motor Cars With The Forward Look " Broadway US 14, New Haven, Indiana Jana Lower tries to explain a Plane Geometry theo- rem as Joan Harkenrider listens intently. " pace Students o£ t6e ?utwie Bob Anderson and Marvin Jacobs, future chemists, perform their experiment in Analyt Chemistry. f ¥: KLINE ' S YOUNG FASHIONS — across from the Bank Children ' s Wear and Shaes»_Sizes to 14 New Haven. Indiana Francisca Cuellar, Marsha Smenner, and Nancy Tigner form a reception line at their Christmas party. The girls made the re- freshments and practiced the art of gra- cious serving. te ttvene tutd 7 te tt Homemaking, Shop, and Art constitute a great part of the courses offered as they prove very valuable in forming creativeness and skill in the student. These subjects require judgement in dealing with problems as well as the ability to comprehend modern methods and equipment. The homemaking courses include sewing, foods, Child Care, and Home Nursing. A few of the subjects offered by the Industrial Arts Department are Machine Shop, Cabinetmaking, and Mechanical Drawing. The model pictured is Sue Ann Brueck, modeling her black sheath, which she made. Art students work on their various projects, such as pottery, silk screen printing, and jewelry. Z t4feteufed ? It. ' . ' S. Studetttt Marion Kinnison puts the finishing touches on his cedar chest. Jewelry making can be fun; this is the opinion that the art students form. Each student is required to take two years of physical education with the objective of having organized instruction and participation in a wide range of activities. Physical education de- finitely succeeds in developing leadership, com- petitive spirit, cooperative spirit, sportsmanship, sociability, and safety. It helps to develop more skills, to encourage leadership, and to develop an attitude of fair play. The trampoline provide tion girls. fun and exercise for the physical educa- ' P6ty4tc C Sx tct e ty6te t4 Schedule Sit-ups require strength while exercising and firming the muscles. The push-ups seem to be filling these boys with pep and energy. BERNIE ' S BARBER SHOP 61 7 J 2 Broadway, New Haven W-4113 ministration 4ctmt U4 i tt04t, MR. PAUL HARDING Superintendent of New Haven Public Schools Butler University, A.B. Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Harding has served as Superintendent of the New Haven Public School System for seven years. He is responsible for the general supervision of the entire New Haven School System. His duties include hiring a well-qualified faculty, the operation of the school ' s finances, and advisor to the School Board. MR. STANLEY GUENTHER Associate Superintendent of New Haven Public Schools Indiana University, B.S. Ball State Teachers College, M.S. Mr. Guenther is in charge of trans- portation, maintenance of buildings and grounds, and also purchases non- instructional supplies. He has been in the New Haven School System six years. MR. MAYNARD HENWOOD Senior High Principal Earlham College, A.B. Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Henwood came to New Haven as Assistant Principal eight years ago. At the present time he is Principal of the Senior High School. He is responsible for the supervision and guidance of teaching personnel and students from grades nine through twelve. SEDDELMEYER CABINET AWNING R.R. 1, New Haven. Indiana MR. JOHN H. YOUNG Elementary Administrative Supervisor Building Consultant Ball State Teachers College, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. In the newly created position of Elementary Administrative Supervisor, it is Mr. Young ' s responsibility to serve as liaison officer between the superin- tendent of schools and the elementary principals, to coordinate the adminis- trative activities of the elementary schools, and to provide for a more uniform pattern of operation among them. As Building Consultant, he serves as an educational advisor in the planning and designing of all new school buildings. MR. MICHAEL BONAHOOM Assistant Principal University of Dayton, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Bonahoom has been with the New Haven Public School System four years. He has served as a teacher and counselor. At the present time, he is Assistant Principal, coordinates all school activi- ties, and counsels. MR. SCOTT ARMSTRONG Junior High Principal Butler University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Mr. Armstrong came to New Haven as a teacher in 1948. He became Junior High Principal in 1957 and has since held that position. In addition to these administrative duties, he is athletic director, super- visor of physical education, head foot- ball coach, and in charge of the student insurance program. ELEMENTARY PRINCIPALS ROBERT HOLT DARWIN MARKLEY LAKE GLENDENING NULL ' S RUBBER STAMP SHOP — 533 High Street New Haven, Indiana Custom Stock Stamps Made 27 . ' ? :fc)f SCHOOL BOARD OFFICERS: Donald R. Johnson. Paul Wiese. Caryl Leslie. Herbert P. Brudi, Walter M. Oehler. S cccent 7( o i6enA otm SECRETARIES Geneva Doehrman Vivian Punas Ethel Krouse Iona Richhart June Guthier Joan Huber Lorene Orchard E. PAUL SCHNEPEL — Insurance COOKS: Mrs. Marie Stark. Elsie Hamm, Dorothy Bearman. Ocie Miller, Carolyn Drayer Lois Boehm. Dorothy Murphy. CUSTODIANS: Mrs. Viola Carter; Charles Tribo- let; Charles Roemer, chief custo- dian; Orval Kain, Carl Revert. THOMAS TAILORING 611 Oxford Street Fort Wayne, Indiana f ' 0 T : p PAUL ARMSTRONG — Social Studies DANIEL BOYLAN — English KENNETH BANDELIER — Science FRANK CLARK — Mathematics GILBERT BAUMGARTNER Boys ' Phys. Education SAMUEL COFFMAN — Industrial Arts 7eac6e i4 (2 eate MRS. JOANNE LANTZ — Guidance PAUL GOEGLEIN — Guidance MOON PRINTING COMPANY New Haven, Indiana MRS. NEVA BEERBOWER — Home Economics MRS. SHARON COVELL — English JEAN F. BEUGNOT — Social Studies BYRON E. DOWNEY — Business MISS OPAL BOWER — U.S. Government NORMAN ELLENBERGER — Health Safety Sduoztamal SotvOuMMtettt MRS. PAT FEDERSPIEL — Nurse JOHN REIFSNIDER — Speech Hearing Therapist DELUXE CLEANERS New Haven, Indiana EVERETT FROCK — Social Studies ARTHUR G. LLOYD — Health Safety FOREST FRUITS — English ROGER LUTTMAN — Mathematics MRS. COLLEEN GRABNER English miss jane Mcdonald — Girls ' Phys. Education 7e c6en, tt tftccct at " Kttotvtedye, GERARDOT SONS MONUMENT CO. 749 Lincoln Highway. New Haven. Indiana MRS. VIRGINIA GRAEBNER English MISS MARY MANIFOLD Art KEITH HUNNINGS — Science EARL MARSHALL — Mathematics MISS BETTY LEUENBERGER — Social Studies English FRANCIS E. MAY — English S6itU, 4ttttotde tutd ?cle z£ VIRGIL DUNCAN STUDIOS — 4725 E. State, Ft. Wayne 8-16 mm Motion Picture Film, Sales Processing GRAPHIC ARTS NORMAN MOSER — Industrial arts VIVIAN ROGERS — Latin PAUL E. MILLIMAN — Band MRS. LOIS SIDELL — Library MISS KATHERINE MUNK — French English LYNN SMUTS — Industrial Arts 7e c6 i4, decade tutct ocua RUDY ' S HARDWARE Housewares. Garden Shop, Gifts, Toys I ill .?;i CARL W. NICHOLAS — Choir DONALD E. STEBING — Business VERL A. OBERLIN — Business MRS. HELEN TROYER — Home Economics LESLIE U. PENSINGER Mechanical Drawing JAMES C. WEAVER— Mathej-matics 4tte t£Co4t o t ttcCcfAcdciai Student ROBERT ' S STUDIO ' Your School Photographer ' ' 35 MRS. VIRGINIA WEST - Business CHARLES WHORWELL Band MISS BETTY WHITE - Latin English ARTHUR WILDER — Mathematics ALTON WHITE — Industrial Arts ROBERT G. WOLFE — Science 7e c6e i ' Tftoid (2itife t o omwtacv MIDWEST MOTEL Two Miles East of Ft. Wayne. Ind. on US Highways 30 24 Free TV Radio A-0977 eniord e tco i Now that graduation is almost here, it would seem that our hopes and dreams are really coming true. We will always remember the wonders of a freshman, the fun of a sophomore, the class pride of a junior, and the long-awaited dignity of a senior. As May approaches, and along with it Baccalaureate Services and Graduation, we grow a little sentimental about leaving our alma mater. We are looking forward to the future with great expectations and hope that we can fulfill our wishes and, at the same time, become useful and respectable citizens of this country and the world. In memory of our former classmate Judith Ann Bearman ROBERT S. ANDERSON — Football 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Pres. 4; Wrestling 1.2. STEPHEN DAN ANDERSON — Baseball 3; Intramural 3.4; Latin Club 4: Science Club 3,4; Attended Southport High, 1 ; South Side High, 2. ALAN EDWARD APPLEGATE — Intramural 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4: Masque Gavel 2. SUSAN BAIR — SSS 1.2,3. ROSE RITA FRANCES BARWILER — GAA 2.3; Latin Club 2.3; Attended Sacred Heart High 1. DAVID ALLEN BAZZINETT — Cross Country 2,3,4; Intramural 2.3.4: Jr. Red Cross 2: Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Science Club 3: Track 2.3: Attended South Side High 1. BECKIE LEE BEARMAN — Cheerleader 1,2, Varsity 3,4; GAA 1: Pep Club 1: Prom Attendant 3: Student Council 1,2,3,4; Track Attendant 3. HUGH JOHN BEEBE — Concert Choir 4: Football 1; Intramural 1,2,3,4, Manager; Latin Club 1; Science Club 3,4. ROTO-ROOTER SEWER SERVICE COMPANY Electric Sewer and Drain Cleaning Specialists 3714 Lake Avenue. Ft. Wayne, Indiana ELIZABETH ANN MARTHA BENNETT Latin Club 3.4: SSS 1.2.3,4. ALICE ELAINE BLACKBURN — Concert Choir 4; Pep Club 4: Attended Richmond High. 2: Riley High, 3. JOAN ELIZABETH BLAISING — SSS 1.2,3,4. JUDY ELAINE BOEHM CAROL ANN BOYD - Editorial 4. GARY BRINCEFIELD GAA 1.2: SSS; Mi: SANDRA MAY BRUBAKER — SSS 1.2,3: Youth for Christ 1,2. SUE ANN BRUECK — GAA 1.3.4: Jr. Red Cross 1. 3.4: Pep Club 1,2: SSS 1,2.3,4. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY New Haven Branch (F.D.I.C.) GARY MICHAEL CAPPELLI — Intramural; Latin Club CAROLYN BERRY CASE — SSS 4: Attended West- field Senior High. JANICE CAROL CHAUSSE — Band 1,2; GAA 1,2; Masque Gavel 2.3,4; NFL 1,2.3,4; SSS 1,2. ANNA MARIE CLARK — FTA 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2.3. SANDRA SUE BRUICK — GAA 1.2,4: Pep Club 1,2.3. 4: SSS BERNARD LEE BURGETTE — Cross Country 3; Intramural DIANA JEAN BYROADE — FNA 2,3,4: GAA 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3.4: NFL 4: Pep Club Science Club 3.4: SSS 1.2,3.4. SANDRA LEE CANNON — GAA 1.2: SSS 1.2.4. PARKER ' S SHELL SERVICE, 536 Lincolnway, New Haven Goodyear Tires. Batteries, and Accessories NEIL LAWRENCE COONROD — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 3,4. CHARLES WILLIAM CRITCHLEY — Band 1 ; Foot- ball 3.4; Intramural 1.2: Latin Club 1,2.3: Science Club 3: Track 1.2.3,4. FRANCISCA C. CUELLAR — Attended Central Catholic High. 1.2. TERRY WAYNE DAGER — Intramural Latin Club 2.3,4. JANET DARLENE CLARK — GAA 1 ; SSS 1. MARY ELLEN CLOSSON — Attended Woodbur High 1. JANE ANN COLE — FTA 3: GAA 1.2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1: SSS 1.2. GARY CONKLIN — Attended Central High 1. AL GRATZ BODY PAINT SHOP 5327 New Haven Avenue Ft. Wayne, Indiana DAVID LAWRENCE DASHER — Intramural 2,3,4. THOMAS EUGENE DAVIS — Attended Garrett High, 1,2.3. LANA SUE DEITSCHEL — Class Officers Vice-Pres. 1, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Pep Club 1,2.3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Prom Attend- ant 3; Student Council 2; SSS 1,2.3,4, Corres. Sec. 2. BARBARA JOYCE DICKENSON — Concert Choir 3,4; Girls ' State 3; Latin Club 4: Masque Gavel 3,4; Mirage Business 2, Editorial 3: NFL 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2; National Honor 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Student Council 4; SSS 1,2,3,4; Training Choir 1,2. DEWAYNE LEE DOCTOR — Intramural 1,2,3,4. BARBARA ANN DOTY — FNA 2.3.4; GAA 1.2,3,4; Latin Club 4; Pep Club 1.2,3,4; Science Club 3.4: SSS 1,2,3,4. JERALD CLAIR DOTY — Basketball 1,2,3,4; Boys ' State 3; Class Treas. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1, 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4. Pres. 4: Track 1,2.3,4. SANDRA KAY DRESSLER — GAA 1,2,3,4; National Honor 3,4: Pep Club 1.2.3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4. NEW HAVEN LOCKER Complete Processing Meat for Freezers RONALD DALE EICHEL — Intramural 1. SHARON JOAN EIFRID — FNA 2; Latin Club 2; Pep Club 3: Prom Queen 3: Student Council 3; SSS 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4. GERALD WAYNE ELLIS — Basketball 1.2,3,4: Cross Country 2,3.4: Intramural 1.2.3,4: Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track DENNIS L. EMENHISER — Basketball 1,2; Cross County 2: Hi-Y 2.3.4; Intramural 2,3. DONALD LESLIE EMENHISER — Latin Club 2,3,4; Masque Gavel 2.3.4: National Honor 3.4; Science Club 3,4: NFL 4. WILLIAM JOHN FARINA — Intramural 1.2: Science Club 3,4. JULIE EILEEN FEASEL — Concert Choir 4; FNA 3, 4: GAA 1,2,3: Jr. Red Cross 2: Latin Club 2; Masque Gavel 2,3,4; NFL 4: Pep Club 1.2,3.4; Science Club 3; SSS 1,2,3,4. DEBRA JEAN FELLERS — South Side High l 2 years. HALL ' S EAST END RESTAURANT New Haven Avenue-Fort Wayne, Indiana Car Service SUSAN ELIZABETH FENIMORE — GAA 1; SSS 1, 2,3. BARBARA ELIZABETH FINCANNON — Band 1,2. 3.4, Sec. 3.4: Jr. Red Cross 2,3.4; Majorette 2,3,4: Masque Gavel 2,3,4: NFL 1.2,3.4; Student Council 1 : SSS 1.3. LARRY GENE FISHER - ROBERT LYNN FOX - 4: Class Offices Pres. 3. 2.3,4: Lettermen ' s Club - Intramural 1. Baseball 2; Basketball 1.2,3. Vice-Pres. 4; Cross Country 2.3.4; National Honor 3.4: Attendant 3: Track 1.3. WILLIAM ENNO FRANKE — Band 1,2,3,4, Band Captain 4: Football 1,2; Track 1,2. JANET SUE FRANTZ — Band 1.2.3,4, Band Librar- ian 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, President 4; Jr. Red Cross 3: SSS 1.2,3,4. JUDITH ANN FUCHS — FNA 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; Mirage Editorial 2,3,4, Editor 4; National Honor 3,4; Safety Council 3,4: SSS 1.2,3.4. MARY LOU GHEEN — Concert Choir 3.4; GAA 3.4: Science Club 3.4: SSS 3.4; Attended North Central High 2. NEW HAVEN LUMBER SUPPLY CO. " Call the Lumber Number " — Windsor 4567 532 Green St. New Haven, Indiana NORMAN EUGENE GRAYLESS — Hi-Y 2,3.4. LARRY EUGENE GRIEST — Intramural 3 ; Track 3. MARCUS LYLE GROSTEFON — Hi-Y 2 : Intramural 2.3,4. LARRY IRWIN GROTRIAN DAVID ALLAN GLASSETT — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Track 1 : Jr. Red Cross 2; Student Council 3. SUSAN ANN GLOUTON — Band 1.2: GAA 1,2,3,4; SSS 1.2.4. THOMAS LEE GRATZ — Class Officer Vice-Pres 3; Cross Country 2.3,4: Intramural; Lettermen ' s Club 3.4: Track 1,2.3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. LINDA LEE GRAVES — GAA 1.2; Mirage Editorial 3.4; Pep Club 4: SSS 1.2.3. HAMMAN ' S STANDARD SERVICE 706 Broadway New Haven, Indiana " Complete Standard Oil Products " BRENDA SUE HAASE — GAA 1,2.3.4: Latin Club 2.3,4; Mirage Business 4: Pep Club 1.2: SSS 1.2.3,4. DAVID LAWRENCE HANDLIN — Band 1.2.3,4; Football 1.2,3; Intramural 1,2.3,4; Track 1,2,4. WILLIAM RICHARD HANLEY — Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2.3,4: Track; Intramural 1.2,3,4; Wrestling 3: Lettermen ' s Club 3.4. PAMELA SUE HANSEN — FTA 1.2,4: Latin Club 2,3.4; Mirage Business 2.3,4; SSS 1,2.3,4. STEPHEN MICHELL HATHAWAY — Football 1: Hi-Y 1; Intramural 1; Jr. Red Cross 1: Track 1. RAYMOND EUGENE HAWKINS — Band 1 ; Intra- mural 2.3 : Latin Club 2,3,4. JERREL RAYBON HAYNIE RODGER WILLIAM HEBERMEHL — Band 1,2,3,4: Assistant Quartermaster 3,4: Jr. Red Cross 1: Latin Club 1,2. WESTHAVEN FLORAL AND GIFT SHOP 207 W. Lincoln Highway W-4212 New Haven, Indiana 47 RONALD GENE HECK — Hi-V 4. NED WILLIAM HEIDER — Hi-Y 2; Intramural 1,2. KAREN ANNE HENSCH — FNA 2: GAA 1.2; Latin Club 1,2.3.4; Pep Club 1.2: SSS 1,2.3,4. MARY BETH HERBST — Class Officer Treas. 1, Sec. 2.3; Concert Choir 2,3.4, Recording Sec. 2, Corres. Sec. 4; GAA 1,2; Mirage Editorial 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2; SSS 1,2,3. JOYCE ELLEN HERMAN — FNA 2,3.4, Pres. 4: GAA 1 ; Latin Club 2.3.4: Mirage Editorial 4: Pep Club 1,2,3.4 ; Safety Council 3.4; Science Club 2,3.4; Student Council 4; Training Choir 1; SSS 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL MARTIN HERMAN — Baseball Student Manager 1.2: Intramural 1.2. GERALDINE SUE HIEBER — SSS 1,2.3. JERRY LEE HIEBER — Jr. Red Cross 1. ZELT ' S PURE OIL SERVICE U.S. 30 and Hartzell Road New Haven. Indiana muiM CHRISTENNA KAY IRVIN — Jr. Red Cross 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; SSS 1,2. MARVIN LEE JACOBS — Latin Club 1,2, Treas. 2; Student Council 2. ARLENE KAY JACQUAY — GAA 1,2,4; Jr. Red Cross 2,4; Mirage Business 4; SSS 1,2,3,4. HARRIETT ELIZABETH JAESSING — FTA 3,4; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3.4; Science Club 3.4; SSS 1, 2,3,4. JUDITH ANN HOGAN — Attended Concordia High, 1,2. DENNIS HUBARTT — Intramural 3.4; Latin Club 2: Youth for Christ 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. DONALD LYNN HUNT — Baske tball 2; Football 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; Intramural 1,2.3,4; Track 1,3. GERALD D. HUNTOON — Baseball 4; Cross Country 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Track 1. HOME LUMBER OF NEW HAVEN Quality Materials, New Haven, Indiana LAURENCE HENRY KEELER — Band 1,2,3,4, Stu- dent Director 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Intramural 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4. KATHERINE LOUISE KEMERY — Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1 ; GAA 1,2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4. JUDITH ANN KENDALL — GAA 1 ; Mirage Business 2; Mirage Editorial 3,4; NFL 2,3,4; Student Council 1; SSS 1,4. JEROME FREDRICK KERN — Intramural 1; Track 1,2,3; Youth For Christ 1,2,3,4. LYNNE MARGARET JEPPESON — Concert Choir 3,4; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1; SSS 1,2. CAROL JEAN JOHNSON — GAA 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2,3. SHERRILL ANN JOHNSON — GAA 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Mirage Business 3,4, Business Manager 4; National Honor 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; SSS 1,2,4. MELVIN HARVEY JULIAN — Attended Central High School Madison, Wisconsin, 1,2,3. TONNE BULLERMAN DAIRY 1020 Drexel Avenue Fort Wayne, Indiana RUTH ANN KESTNER — Band 1,2; GAA 1,2,3; Mi- rage Business 3; Editorial 4; Pep Club 3; SSS 1,2,3,4. ANN ELIZABETH KETTERING — GAA 3; Mirage Business 4; Pep Club 2,3; SSS 1,2,3,4; Attended South Side High 1. KENNETH ROBERT KINNEY — Cross Country 3; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 1. MARION EARL KINNISON — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 2; Letter- men ' s Club 2,3,4; Track 2; Wrestling 2,3,4. LINDA JEAN KIRBY — Band 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Sec- retary 3; Masque Gavel 3,4; Mirage Business 2,3,4; NFL 2,3,4; Student Council 3; SSS 1,2,3,4. CAROLYN JEAN KNAPE — GAA 2,4; Latin Club 1, 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 4; Student Council 4; SSS 1,2,3,4. CHARLES JOSEPH KNARR — Football 1; Intra- mural 1,2; Science Club 3,4; Track 1. CHARLOTTE LYNN KOCH — Band 3,4; FNA 2,4; Jr. Red Cross 4. Attended South Side High 1. BLACKWELL ' S DEPARTMENT STORE New Haven, Indiana W-1912 Ready to Wear — Shoes — Floor Coverings — Furniture BONNIE JEAN KOENEMAN — GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1.2.3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4; Junior Red Cross 4. KENNETH LEE KOENIG — Junior Red Cross 2. JACK DUANE KOOGLER — Latin Club 2. DALE HAROLD KRAUSKOPF — Science Club 3,4. PHYLLIS YVONNE KREIGH — GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 1,2,4. SUSAN MARIE KROEMER — Mirage Editoral 4. Attended Concordia High 1,2. TERRY LEE KUMMER — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,3,4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 2. RICHARD FREDERICK LAHRMAN — Band 1,2,3,4. DELAGRANGE FORD SALES 134 Lincoln Highway West W-1171 MARCIA ANN LAKAMP — FNA 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; GAA 1,2; Latin Club 4; Mirage Business 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4, Sec-Treas. 4; SSS 1,2,3,4. ROBERT DALE LAKE — Basketball 1; Football 1; Track 1 ; Student Council 2,3,4. CHARLES WARREN LANE — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3,4. BONNIE LOU LEPPER — Mirage Editorial 3; Pep Club 1; SSS 1,2,3,4. BETH ANN LESLIE — Band 1; GAA 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 1; Mirage Editorial 2,3,4; NFL 2,3,4, Sec 3; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 1,2,3,4. FRANK JOSEPH LEWIS — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Letter- men ' s Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3; Track 1; Wrestling 2,3,4. ARTHUR RAY LINKHART Hi-Y 1. DONALD JOSEPH LOMONT Concert Choir 3,4; HALL ' S STOCKYARD CAFE 3005 Maumee Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana RICHARD EUGENE LOMONT — Intramural 1,2,3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. CYNTHIA LEA LOUDEN — FNA 1,2; FTA 3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3; Jr. Red Cross 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Mirage Editorial 3,4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 4; SSS 1,2,3,4; DAR Good Citizenship Award; NFL 4. DENNIS GENE LOVE — Hi-Y 2; Intramural 1,2,3. WILLIAM LUDWIG — Attended Ayersville High 1,2. JUDITH NEIL LYNN — Concert Choir 3,4; GAA 3,4; Mirage Business 4; SSS 3,4; Pep Club 4. Attended South Side High 1, Chetek High Wisconsin 2. SUZAN ELLEN MAFIT — Concert Choir 2,3,4, Li- brarian 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Masque Gavel 4; NFL 2,3,4; Student Council 1 ; SSS 1. DAVID MICHEAL MATTES — Intramural 3,4. RICHARD ALLEN McCOMB — Concert Choir 3,4, Pres. 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4. DORWIN YERKS SONS R.R. 1-Woodburn TERRY LEE McCOMB — Concert Choir 3,4; Intra- mural 1,2,4; Latin Club 3. ROY SYLVESTER McCOY — Intramural 2,3,4; Base- ball 1; Football 1. ROXY McDANIEL — GAA 1,2,3; SSS 1,2,3,4. MARLENE ELIZABETH MERTZ — Pep Club 1 ; 1,2; Training Choir 1; Youth for Christ 1,2. DIANA B. MERVINE — Concert Choir 4; GAA 2; Latin Club 3,4; NFL 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; SSS 2,3. Attended Ramstein High, Germany 1. DANIEL RICHARD MEYER LEROY CARL MEYER — Concert Choir 4; Hi-Y 1,2, 3,4, Chaplain 3, Vice Pres. 4; Jr. Red Cross 1,2,3,4, Re- porter 3; City-County Red Cross Council 4, Pres. 4. MARILYN JOAN MIDDLETON — Jr. Red Cross 3; Pep Club 1,3,4; SSS 1,2; Training Choir 1; Youth for Christ 1,2,3. Compliments of ZOLLINGER MOTOR SALES, INC. NORMA RUTH MOORE — SSS 1,2; Youth for Christ 1,2,3,4. GEORGE A. MURPHY — Basketball 1; Football 1,2; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 1,2; Track 1,2; Wrestling 2. BYRON WAYNE NAY EKKEHARD NERLICH — Transferred from Brant- ford Collegiate Institute Vocational School, Canada. ROSALYNN MARIE NORD — GAA 1,2; SSS 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Track Attendant. JERRY LEE NULL — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Manager 2; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Student Manager, Basketball 3. ROBERT JACOB OSBORN — Intramural 2, Manager 3; Science Club 4. THOMAS JOE PABST — Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Intramural 1,2; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. Compliments of PAGODA INN on U.S. 30 East Fort Wayne, Indiana KENNY WAYNE PANCAKE — Hi-Y 2,3,4; Intra- mural 2. PAMELA DIANE PARMELEE — Class Officer Treas. 2; FNA 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Latin Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Masque Gavel 3,4; Mirage Business 2, Editorial 3,4; NFL 3,4; National Honor 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4. STEPHEN ARTHUR PARNIN — Basketball 1; Cross Country 2,3; Intramural 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4. CYNTHIA LOUISE PEASE — Pep Club 1 ; SSS 1,2,3,4. SANDRA SUE PERRIN — FNA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2; GAA 1,2; SSS 1,2,3,4; Girls ' State 3; Latin Club 1,2; Masque Gavel 2,3,4, Pres. 4; NFL 2,3,4. Treas. 2; Mirage Business 3; National Honor 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 3,4; Student Council 4, Sec. 4. MARILYN SUE QUINN — GAA 1 ; SSS 1. THEODORE ADDISON REITER — Masque Gavel 2,3, Vice-Pres 3; NFL 1,2,3, Pres 2. DENNIS JAMES RENIER — Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3. RUHL HOME FURNISHINGS 424 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana Furniture, Appliances Carpetings 57 LARRY KENNETH ROTHENHOFER — Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Boys ' State 3; Class Officer Pres. 1,2; Cross Country 3,4; Football 1,2; Intramural 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4, Pres. 2; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Masque Gavel 2,3,4; National Honor 3,4, Pres. 4; Track 1,2,3,4. THOMAS RYAN — Football 1,2,3,4; Intramural 1,2, 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 1,2,3; Wrestling 4. KAREN KATHLEEN SANDERS DONNI JO SAUERS — Band Red Cross 4; Attended Jacksonvilh ton, Ohio 2. - GAA 1; SSS 1. 3,4; GAA 3; Jr. , Florida 1, Arling- JANET HELEN RICE — FNA 1,3; GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; SSS 1,2. MARY ELLEN RICE — FNA 1,3; GAA 1; SSS 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 4. ZELDA MAY RICHHART — SSS 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4. NANCY JANE ROGERS — Band 1,2, Majorette 2; Concert Choir 4 ; GAA 1 ; Girls ' State 3 ; Latin Club 2 ; NFL 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Masque Gavel 2,3,4; National Honor 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Purdue Pre-College Institute 3; Student Council 3,4, Pres. 4; SSS 1,2,3,4. BYROADE BROS. SIDING AWNING SALES 4715 Wayne Trace H-9323 Fort Wayne, Indiana ANNA MURRIEL SCHAEFER — GAA 1,4; SSS 1. RAYMOND DANIEL SCHUCKEL — Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. JOHN PAUL SCHUCKMAN JANET LOU SHAPPELL — Band 1,2; GAA 2,3; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,4; SSS 1,2; Training Choir 1. MARSHA ANN SMENNER — Concert Choir 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3; SSS 1,2,3,4. STANLEY LEE SMITH — Band 1,2 Football 1,2,3, 4; Intramural 1,2,3; Jr. Red Cross 1; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN F. SMITH — Attended Franklin High 1, 2. BRENDA JEANNE SNYDER — GAA 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Mirage Business 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 1,2, 3,4. For Careers See THE PLACEMENT BUREAU — 208 Strauss Building Fort Wayne, Indiana JUDITH ANN SNYDER — Concert Choir 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; GAA 1,2,3; Mirage Editorial 4; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 1,2. MARLENE ADELE SPRINGER — Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Pep Club 1; SSS 1,2,3. WARREN W. SPURLING — Masque Gavel 3,4; Track 1. JEFFREY ALAN STAHL — Basketball 1,2,3; Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 4. SHIRLEY ANNE STANDIFORD — Pep Club 3,4; SSS 1,2,3,4. MARION LEROY STANLEY — Band 1,2; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Intramural 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Masque Gavel 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. ANITA LOUISE STEELE — FNA 1,2,3; Jr. Red Cross 4; Latin Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3; SSS 1,2,3,4; Training Choir 1. DONALD E. STINE — Cross Country 3,4; Intra- mural 1,2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. TRAVELER ' S MOTOR COURT RESTAURANT 727 Lincoln Highway West 53 Modern Units — Free Radio TV Restaurant — 6 AM-9 PM — Meals at all Hours BEVERLY KAY TRAVIS — GAA 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Student Coun- cil 2,3; SSS 1,2. KEITH EUGENE TROWBRIDGE — Football 1; In- tramural 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Track 1. SHARON JEAN TURK — FNA 3,4; Youth for Christ 3,4; Attended Harlan High 1. PAUL EDWARD VanHORN — Intramural 2,3; Latin Club 2.3. DAVID WILLIAM SUTTON — Cross Country 4; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 3; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Track 4. SHELDON GENE THOMAS — Intramural 1,2,3; Latin Club 2,4. HERBERT ALLEN THOMPSON — FTA 4; Intra- mural 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN TRAMMEL — GAA 1,2; Mirage Editorial 4; SSS 1,2,3,4. RINARD ' S CUSTOM BODY SHOP New Haven, Indiana Guaranteed Auto Refinishing — All Types of Welding CHRISTIAN HELMUT WEGEHAUPT — Attend Central Catholic High 1. JOHN PHILIP WHITACRE — Basketball 1,2; Bai ball 2; Cross Country 1; Intramural 1,2,3; Track 1. CONNIE ROSE WILLIAMS — Band 1,2; GAA 1,2,3, 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; NFL 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; National Honor 3,4; SSS 1,2; Training Choir 1,2. JAMES CAMERON WILSON — Concert Choir 3,4; Football 1 ; Intramural 1,2,3,4; Track 1. ROBERT EUGENE VOLIMER — Intramural 1,2, 3,4. MARY ANN VONDRAN — Bana 1; SSS 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,2. CHERYL KAY WALKER — Concert Choir 4; GAA 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Mirage Busi- ness 4; Pep Club 1,2; SSS 1,2. LINDEL SUE WATTENBARGER — SSS 1. MOON PRINTING COMPANY New Haven, Indiana NEAL EDWARD WISSMAN — Baseball 2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Boys ' State 3; Class Officers Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, Sec. 4; Intra- mural 2,3; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Na- tional Honor 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Prom King 3; Track 1. NEIL EDWARD WITMER — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Track 1. LARRY RAYMOND WOODRUFF DELPHAS GENE WOODS DON ALLEN YODER — Concert Choir 3,4, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 2; Intramural 1,2,3, Manager 2,3; Youth for Christ 1,2,3,4. GERRY WAYNE YORK DAVID DALE ZELT — Baseball 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2; CrossCountry 2,4; Intramural 1,2,3,4. STEVEN ALAN ZIEG — Intramural 1,2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1. iiMfk Compliments of J. P. SIDELL, M.D. uniorA Pu Uo i 0££tce 4 Left to Right: Nickey Baker, president; Judy Sturm, treasurer John Longardner. vice-president. Lynda Lewis, secretary; Realizing that we would soon be the leading students here at New Haven, we set out with greater determination and efficiency to make this year a success. We became busier and busier with more homework, more extracurricular activi- ties, and much planning for the Junior-Senior Prom. Trying to accept the responsibilities and demands of a grown-up, we worked harder and harder at attaining leadership and co-operation in making our class the most progressive. We wanted a pace-setting vear to be the basis for our goal of a successful Senior year. Margaret Dickenson and Alice Bailey are just two of the juniors who worked in the canteen during the lunch hour to make money for the Junior Class. " Enjoy tender, luscious Parrot Ham " PARROT PACKING COMPANY — Fort Wayne ROW 1: Ruth Adams, Susan F. Adams, Kathleen S. Armstrong, Rebecca Arm- strong, Lynne Ashley. ROW 2: Ray Atkison, Richard Aubrey, Bob Aug- enstein, Alice Bailey, Jo Bailey, Nickey Baker. ROW 3: Sue Baker, Gary Bearman, Ken Bearman, Don Bechtol, Larry Bee, Mike Bender. ROW 4: Richard Berning, Ron Berning, Howard Ber- rier, Mary Lou Bickel, Jon Black, Charlotte Blackburn. ROW 5: Patricia Blaising, Mary Bonjour, Diane Bow- man, Dean Bruick, Joan Bryan, Duane Bultemeier. ROW 6: Joyce Burton, Su- san Burton, Donald Buuck, Carol Cadmus, Bill Cald- well, Tom Cameron. ROW 7: Brenda Carpenter, Arthur Chapman, Sherri Chronister, Betty Cline, Nancy Coleman, Susan Conley. Compliments of NEW HAVEN SURPLUS STORE ROW .-Andrew Costello. David Coulardot, Dennis Coulardot, James Crozier, Sharon Dager, Gene Dar- nell. ROW 2: Joyce Davidson, Bob Davis, Don Day, Mike Dennis, Jane Des- pos, Joyce Despos. ROW 3: Roger DeVaux, Dennis DeWitt, Marge Dickenson. Colleen Doc- tor, Paul Doehrman, Car- olyn DuVall. ROW 4: Karl Ehrhardt, Fred Elkins, Bob Ellison, Jean Englebright, Mari- lyn Faulkner, Joe Feder- spiel. ROW 5: Butch Fisher, Bill Foust, Jack France, Dick Fritcha, Freya Funk, Paulette Galbreath. ROW 6: Cheryl Garrett, Mike Gasper, Larry Getty, Bob Gibson. Don Good- man, Marilyn Gray. ROW 7: Denny Grotrian, Pam Grupp, Barbara Har- meyer, Don Hartman, Lonnie Hathaway, Anne Haugsrud. COLONY DRESS SHOP Distinctive Styling at Pleasing Prices 431 Broadway. New Haven. Indiana ROW 1: Vern Hearn, Danny Heath, Gene Heath, Carolyn Heckler, Peggy Hester, Tom Hook. ROW 2: John Hoover. Howard Hermann, Allen Hostettler, Sharry Hostet- tler, Jeanne Hunnings, Vir- ginia Huth. ROW 3: Robert Jacobs, Ida Johnson, Greg Jornod, Mark Jury, Pam Kaluza, Bonita Karels. ROW 4: Sandra Kays, Su- san Keeler, Marsha Kees, Ray Keller, Jerry Kennerk, Janet Kern. ROW 5: Suzzanne King, Dave Kloepper, Gary Knerr, Reginald Knipper, Ron Knipper, Lois Knipstein. ROW 6: Joann Koch, Judy Koehlinger, Alice Koene- mah, Janet Koenig, Mary Koenig, Ruth Krauskopf. ROW 7: Kenny Kreigh, Rudite Krenklis, Denny Kummer, Sharon Ladig, Lynda Lewis, Sherry Linker. MAC ' S BARBER SHOP ROW 1: Mike Loeffler, Katherine Logan, Joan Lomont, Dick Longardner, Jim Lou- den. ROW 2: Robert Maroney, Sandi Mascia, Donna Mast, Fred Mathews, Ron McDe- Vitt, Sharon McMahon. ROW 3: Terry Meagher, Joel Melcher, Paul Miller, Douglas Mills, Joyce Mon- roe, Ralph Moser. ROW 4: Anna Naselari, Carolyn Nelson, Judith Newhard, Cheryl Norris, Keith Nuttle, Charlotte Odem. ROW 5: Rosalie Oehler, Bev Ohneck, Sandy Okuly, Carole Orchard, Gayle Ort, Norma Osborn. ROW 6: Carol Pape, Jean Peters, Jack Pettyjohn, Phyl- lis Pyle, Roswitha Rahden, Glen Ralston. ROW 7: Jackie Ramp, Kathy Reeb, Carl Revert, Patsy Revert, Dan Richhart, Joyce Rider. GUILLAUMES STORE Fresh Meats and Groceries — W-2013 New Haven, Indiana ROW 1: Alan Riedel, Diann Rigby, Kay Rodemeyer, David Romines, Roger Roth- ROW 2: Carol St. Peters, Michael Sauve, Sue Saylor, Rita Scantlin, Bonnie Scha- per, Denise Scharffbillig. ROW 3: Noble Schlatter, Diann Schnepel, Dick Schram, Phyllis Schuller, Richard Seitz, John Sheron. ROW 4: Mike Shirk, Terry Simon, Starr Small- wood, Kim Smith, Susan Snyder, Diana Spillers. ROW 5: Arthur Stolte, Larry Stoppenhagen, Judy ' Sturm, LaDonna Taylor, Stephen Taylor, Judy Thompson. ROW 6: Nancy Tigner, Margaret Todd, Roy Traughber, Steve Unsicker, Dick Warrick, Cliff Wiese. ROW 7: Chuck Williams, John Wilt, Lois Winans, Jim Yonkers, Janet Young, Larry Zink. LARRY ' S FINE FOODS Try Our Famous Sandwiches 502 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana mores Sofe utouoteA, Left to Right: Jana Lower, secretary; Twilo Watkins, president; Tom Murphy, president; Bill Fox, treasurer. This year we were no longer a class asking, " How should we do it? " but we were all old hands at the game and declared we knew all the angles. We felt experienced and ready to work as a united class. To prove this we planned class activities, took an active interest in organizations, and assumed greater responsibilities in school activities. We are now aware that our high school years are half over and that next year we will return as upper classmen. ROW 1 : Janet Alexander, Brian Anderson, Connie An- drews, Robert Anweiler, Larry Aschliman, Wayne Augenstein. ROW 2: Gerald Avery, Richard Babbitt, Patricia Bahde, Linda Bailey, Bar- bara Barnette, Regina Bar- DAN PURVIS — REXALL DRUGS ROW 1: Helen Beahrs, Ginger Beard. Robert Beard, Sandra Beckman. ROW 2: Joyce Bellinger, Dennis Berkheiser Sue Blair, Billy Blodgett, William Boyd. ROW 3: John Boyles, Patri- cia Brauker, Mary Bringman, Donnie Brooks, Philip Bru- baker, Jack Bruick. ROW 4: Donna Bucher, Paul Burgette, Ronald Burk- art, Jerry Burkett, Janet Bur- ton, Larry Bushkill. ROW 5: Teri-Ann Butler, Thomas Butler, Eugene Campbell, James Chapman, Paul Chew, Brent Circle. ROW 6: Catherine Clarke, Patricia Cline, Alan Conrad, Carol Coonrod, Melody Cox, Roberta Craig. ROW 7: Judith Crozier, Larry Dalman, Sylvester Davis, Karen Denton, Sharon Dew, Sharon Doctor. ROW 8: Susan Doehrman, Karen Drayer, Robert Dun- fee, Annette Durbin, Thomas Easton, Susan Ehle. SCHNELKER HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS 504 Broadway New Haven, Indiana ROW 1: Elwood Erne, Ronald Emrick, Dennis Flennery, Mary Alice Fox, William Fox. ROW 2: Carol France, Dianna Frane, Russell Frew, David Fruits, Victo- ria Garci a, Sherri Getty. ROW 3: Roger Gillingham, Jerry Girardot, Kay Glaze, Lyn Glendening, Darlene Gliedt, Paul Glouton. ROW 4: Lynn Golden, Terry Gratz, George Gulyas, Leonard Guthier, Edward Hall, Mary Sue Handlin. ROW 5: Joan Harkenrider, Jerry Harris, Leroy Hart- man, Bruce Hazelett, Thomas Hebermehl, Thomas Heddon. ROW 6: Cheryl Heemsoth Stephen Heine, David Hel- linger, Gary Hemrick, Pat- ricia Hendricks, David Herman. ROW 7: James Herman, Darva Hetrick, Myrna Hol- lopeter, Jean Hook, Thomas Hosier, Larry Humphrey. ROW 8: Alfred Huth, Rita Ihrie, Sharon Inman, Pat- ricia Isenbarger, Sally Jackson, Fred Jaessing. SCHOPPMAN STELLHORN INSURANCE REAL ESTATE W-l 147 — 526 Broadway — New Haven, Indiana ROW I: Thomas Jenkins, Diane Jennings, Carolyn Johnson, Catherine Jones, Junior Jones. ROW 2: Dennis Juergens, Bettijean Kestner, Barbara Kirby, Sandra Kitzmiller, Howard Kline, Robert Kline. ROW 3: Carol Klopfen- stein, Delila Knapp. Ken- neth Knipstein, Theodore Knopfle, Sandra Koeh- linger, Robert Kohlmeyer. ROW 4: Terry Krauskopf, Diane Krueckeberg, Linda Kundred, Caroline Ladig, Carolyn Laisure, Charles Lake. ROW 5: Linda Lampkins, Marvin LaRue, John Lewis, Paulette Linker, Charles Lipford, Richard Lip- pott. ROW 6: Harold Litzen- berg, Mary Lomont, Linda Long, Larry Lonis, Jana Lower, Candace Lund. ROW 7: Joyce Lynn, Gerald MacDonald, Judith MacDonald, Martha Mafit, Dennis Malott, Terry Marker. ROW 8: James Martin, Ronald Martin, Leonard Mattes, Judy McClintock, William McCoy, Alan McComb. ELWOOD ' S TEXACO SERVICE U.S. 24 Broadway — W-101 1 ROW 1: Carmelita McMahon, Ronny Mer vine, Rebecca Merz. McKenzie, ?dith, Irene Gary Mer- ROW 2: Martha Meyer, William Meyer, Mike Mil- ler, Bonnie Muller, Jack Murphy, Tom Murphy. ROW 3: Davis Myers, Sharon Neff, Georgia Nel- son, Kaye Nern, Elizabeth Neusiis, Janie Nielson. ROW 4: William Oetting, Jerry Orr, Allen Ort, Rex Parent, Terry Parker, Diana Parkison. ROW 5: Keith Passwater, Becky Pavey, Dale Pease, Jane Peters, Norman Petty- john, Judith Pfeiffer. ROW 6: Bob Planck, Jerry Price, John Quinn, Roger Quinn, Norman Ramsey, Velva Jean Ramsey. ROW 7: Barbara Revert, Barbara Richards, Russell Richhart, Charles Rinard, Barbara Roach, Pam Robeson. ROW 8: Shari Rodriquez, Ray Romines, Nick Rudolph, Eugene Saal- frank, Marceille Sanders, Linda Sauers. SHOP MALOLEY ' S FOODLAND STORES Serving You Better, Saving You More Since 1910 ROW 1: Ralph Scantlin, Lois Scare, David Schlaud- roff. Jack Schmidt. Carolyn Schnelker, Stephen Schnel- ker. ROW 2: Susan Shappell, Stephen Seiler, Kandy Shortridge, Susan Shultz, James Simpson, Cherie Somerville. ROW 3: Diana Sowles, Fred Springer, Richard Stein, Florence Stevenson, Joan Stirnkorb. Gordon Subkowski. ROW 4: Colleen Summer- sett, Jo Ann Takacs, Dar- lene Ternet, Sidney Thomas, Jacelyn Thomp- son, James Tinstman. ROW 5: Frances Turner, Marilyn Turner, Sherri Uhrick, John VanKirk, Deloris Vinson. Rolland Vinson. ROW 6: Karen Voirol, William Wallace, Larry Wareing, Twilo Watkins, Detmar Wegehaupt, Ros- lynn Weisenburger. ROW 7: William Whitten, Adam White, Bill Widdi- field, Daun Wienk, Adeline Wiese, Caroylann Win- chester. ROW 8: Donald Winship, Doris Winship, Lynn Woodruff, Wanda Woods, Georgia Worman, Patricia Zieg. PRIBBLE PLASTICS COMPANY 1610 Summit Street New Haven, Indiana 79 en ?ne 6 He t Left to Right: Larry Tustison, treasurer; Bob Armstrong, president; Tom Blaising, vice- president; Jeanne Faurote, secretary. ROW 1: Gloria Aaberg, Adele Adler, David Altekruse. ROW 2: Paul Armstrong, Robert Armstrong, Susan Art- man, Gloria Augenstein. ROW 3: Charles Bade, Steve Bailey, Kenton Baker, Howard Bandelier, Larry Bandelier, Jewell Barnes. THE V.M. SHOE STORE — 501 BROADWAY New Haven, Indiana — " Shoes for the family " ROW 1: Robert Barnes. Sharon Bartels. Marcia Bazzinett. Marilyn Bearman. Susan Bechtol. ROW 2: Arbula Bennett. Bonnie Benzinger, Steve Berg. Larry- Bergman. Jack Bickel, Tom Blaising. ROW 3: Cheryl Boerger. Chandis Boomershine. Bruce Borne. Mary Bowlin, Marilyn Boyd. Carolyn Bovles. ROW 4: Diane Braun. Nancy Brett. Sandra Brooke. D. Ann Brudi. Marsha Brueck. Cynthia Budde. ROW 5: Sue Bumgardner. Barbara Bunch, Carol Burczak. Chare Lu Bur- henn, Connie Burkett, Ned Busche. ROW 6: Jerry Byrum, Joanna Carbaugh, Michael Case, Barbara Cass, Stanley Chaffin, Judy Clark. ROW 7: Mary Clem, Lynn Cocks, Candace Cohen, James Cole, Cynthia Coles, Glynda Collins. ROW 1: Michael Collins, Sharon Combs, Judith Cornell, Janet Crosbie, Joyce Crosbie, James Cun- ningham. ROW 2: Jerry Cunning- ham, Gerald Dager, Judith Daler, Terry Dancer, Joy Dasher, Wayne Davidson. ROW 3: Emmalean Day, Rebbeca Deininger, Dianne Dill, Carol Dodane, Darrel Dodane, Don Dohm. ROW 4: Joe Downey, Dennis Dressier, Shirley Droege, Larry Eichel, Kathleen Eifrid, Marlene Ellsworth. ROW 5: Richard Essig, Jeanne Faurote, Michael Federspiel, Carol Filler, Dorothy Fisher, Carol Foerster. ROW 6: Larry Fowler, Edward Fox, Sharon Freiburger, Barbara Fritcha, Marcia Frock, Gary Froshaug. ROW 7: Patricia Fruits, Leslie Funk, Dennis Gag- non, Rita Gaskill, Verna Gasper, Shirley Geels. CONGRATULATIONS DAN HYSER Manager — New Haven Kroger Store ROW 1: Keith Geise, Saundra Getty, Marilyn Gill, James Gillam, Sheryl Gillenwater, Joe Goldsmith. ROW 2: Sandra Green, Linda Griner, Bill Griggs, Peter Grupp, Donald Gunder, Pat Guthier. ROW 3: Sue Guthier, James Habegger, Leon Hagan, Julia Hallmark, Diane Hanks, Susan Hanley. ROW 4: Joyce Harkenrider, Leon Harkinson, Edward Harper, James Harrington, Nancy Harter, David Hathaway. ROW 5: Lalonie Hath- away, Karen Haugsrud, Dennis Headlee, Terry Heck, Robert Heckman, Harry Hedges. ROW 6: Martha Helm- reich, Dianne Hemsoth, Suzanne Hemsoth, Mike Hieber, Sheila Hill, Steven Hobbs. ROW 7: Karen Hoetzer, Stanley Holt, Carolyn Hormann, William Hostet- ler, Robyn Howe, Bill Irvin. G«© w . tS. n E. M. HOETZER, M.D. 502 Henry Street, New Haven, Indiana ROW I: Sharon Jack, Janelle Jacks. William Jackson, Jennifer Johnson. Marilyn Jones. Richard Jury. ROW 2: Ginger Kaluza. John Kamp. Laurie Karels, Cheryl Kee. Rhea Keller. Patricia Kemery. ROW 3: Jane Kennerk, Mary Anne Ketzler. Paul Kibbat. Mike Kimble, Sharon King, Ronald Knape. ROW 4: Judy Kocks. Bon- nie Kohlmeyer. Marcia Lake, Fred Lamont. Bill Lampkins, Barbara Langley. ROW 5: Charles Lantz, Irene Lantz. Susan Larra- bee, Rita Larson. Cheryl Learn. Russell Lee. ROW 6: Tom Leeka, Robert Lentz. David Lewis, Marian Lewis. Kay Lipp. Patricia Lipp. ROW 7: Wayne Lomont, Karen Long, Micheal Lowman. Fredi Magen- heim. Bruce Maggart. Sharon Maggart. MURPHY INSURANCE — 626 Broadway Street New Haven. Indiana — W-1812 ROW I: Richard Mainord, Gary Marchal, Ruth Mason, Edward Matthews, Richard McCoy, Billy McKale. ROW 2: Kay Meagher, Fred Mervine, Leona Meyer, Steve Meyer, John Miller, Charles Mont- gomery. ROW 3: Linda Moorman, Sandra Mowery, Daniel Muldoon, Sheila Murphy, Linda Mussehl, Harold Neal. ROW 4: Mary Needham, Thomas Nichter, Richard Nietert, Donnalyn Nord, William North, Kay Nuerge. ROW 5: Dixie Null, James Nuttle, Karen Odem, Mike Odem, Richard Oexmann, Dennie Onstott. ROW 6: Mitchell Onstott, Kathleen Opliger, Re- becca Overton, Keith Oyer, Lois Palmer, Vicki Palmer. ROW 7: George-Anna Parent, Janet Parkison, Ronald Parrish, Allan Pat- tee, Donald Pearson, Rich- ard Perrin. SCHLATTER ' S HARDWARE COMPANY, INC. Fort Wayne, Indiana 87 ROW 1: Keith Peters, Charles Philbee, Nancy Philbee, Stan Poeppel, Cindy Porter, Aaron Quandt. ROW 2: Sandra Quandt, Vickie Raber, Doris Rah- den, Sandra Reed, Gregg Reiling, Charlotte Reiter. ROW 3: James Richhart, Karen Rinard, Lenore Ringenberg, Sandra Roach, Bob Robeson, Judy Robinson. ROW 4: Thomas Rorick, Donna Rothgeb, Dennis Ruff, Bill Ryan, Paula Sachen, Edith Sallot. ROW 5: Sandra Salyards, Charles Saurer, Wayne Scheumann, Ronald Schimes, Lesley Schlatter, Steve Schmutte. ROW 6: Irwin Schnelker, Judy Schnelker, Jack Schoenherr, Carol Schult- hies, Kay Schultz, Terry Schultz. ROW 7: Loran Shive, Kay Shivley. Karen Shu- maker, John Skinner, Judy Sloan, Jerry Smolek. ROBINSON ' S WRECKER SERVICE — W-1612 24-hour Wrecker Service ROW 1: Robert Snider, James Snyder, Ruth South, Steven Sowers, Donnie Spencer, Margie Spieth. ROW 2: JoanSpreen, Debra Springer, Mike Spur- lock, Thelma Squibb, Lois Stark, Connie Steele. ROW 3: Jeff Stephans, Bonnie Stinson. Miles Stolte, Judy Stoppenhagen, Janie Storer, Patricia Tackett. ROW 4: Mary Talley, Paula Taylor, Richard Ternet, Franklin Thomas, Linda. Tracy, Claudia Trentadue. ROW 5: Cindy Tucker, Larry Tucker, Gordon Tumbelson, Marsha Tusing, Larry Tustison, James Voight. ROW 6: Elaine Walker, Richard Waters, Walter Wattenbarger, Dan Wei- senauer, Ricky Weller, Miriam Werling. ROW 7: Roberta Wienk, Betty Wietfeldt, Janice Wilson, Carolynn Zieg, Dennis Zimmerman, Beverly Zollinger. MAUMEE VALLEY FARM STORE Livestock Supply Center 1147 Fairview Ave., Fort Wayne •UAlC ruma f « f f $ Seventy- 7 iee vatcet IBCend 7oyet6en, The New Haven Choir is a select group of 73 voices. It is the largest choir in the history of the New Haven high school. The Choir has been very active throughout the year appearing before the stu- dent body, the Junior High School, PTA, Veterans ' Hospital, WANE-TV at Christ- mastime, New Haven ' s Women ' s Club, The Volunteer Firemen Regiment Banquet of Allen County, Indiana State Teachers Convention, and the Fort Wayne Altrusa Club. They also participated in the Solo and Ensemble and the State NISBOVA Con- tests. Outstanding events of the year are the annual winter and spring concerts. A two-day tour through the northern part of Indiana highlighted the choir ' s activities. CHOIR OFFICERS STANDING: Suzan Mafit, librarian; Diane Schnepel, ass ' t. librar- ian; Don Yoder, treas- urer; Mary Beth Herbst, corresponding sec.; Sally Shappell, recording sec; SEATED: Dick Mc- Comb, president; Judy Snyder, vice-president. fat t6e Setjoymettt o£ s4CC Mr. Carl Nicholas, Choir Director, is shown here as he directs the Concert Choir at the Winter Concert. ROW I: Donni Sauers. Dennis Berkheiser. Marlene Springer. Roger DeVaux. Jeanne Hunnings. Ginger Beard. Sue Handlin. Kay Meagher. Edith Sallot. ROW 2: Rhea Keller. Cindy Porter. Janet Frantz. David Altekruse. Cathy Jones. Jane Peters. Lois Knipstein. Brenda Carpen- ter. Sue Doehrman. Ray Keller. Linda Kundred. Donna Mast. Dennis Juergens. Jennifer Johnson. Gary Hemrick. Lenny Guthier. ROW 3: Mike Lake. Karen Shumaker, Roslynn Weisenburger. Sandy Okuly. Kay Schultz. Donna Bucher. Toddv Koch. Patricia Guthier. Mike Shirk. Rich- (Zottcent tutct ' P owde THoc tc Dance Band under the direction of Mr. Whorvvell. The Concert Band, under the direc- tion of Mr. Paul Milliman. director, and Mr. Charles Whorwell. assistant director, is composed of sixty-four members. The Band gave the half-time shows at home football games and pro ided music for basketball games and pep sessions. The members participated in the Solo and Ensemble Contest, the an- nual Marching Contest, the NIS- BOVA State organization contest, and the winter and spring concerts. In the spring the activities are cli- maxed by the Awards Banquet. ard Lahrman, Gary Knerr, Larry Keeler, Zelda Richhart, Sue Guthier, Janice Wilson, Jack Schmidt, Mike Lowman, Sue Ehle, Bob Ellison, Roger Hebermehl, Kay Kemery. ROW 4: Fred Springer, Eugene Campbell, Mark Jury, Richard Babbitt, Tom Hebermehl, Doug Mills, Andrew Costello, Kim Smith, Mr. Milliman, Bill Franke, Jerry Avery, Robert Heckman, Barbara Fincannon, Diane Rigby, Susan Keeler, Danny Weisehauer, Dave Handlin, John Skinner, Jim Louden. ifo School €U€cC ommct utef, BAND OFFICERS ROW 1: Barbara Fincannon, corresponding secre- tary; Larry Keeler, student director; Bill Franke, captain; Roger Hebermehl, quartermaster; Janet Frantz, librarian. ROW 2: Leonard Guthier, sopho- more assistant quartermaster; Douglas Mills, junior assistant quartermaster; Ray Keller, drum major; Jack Schmidt, assistant drum major; Lois Knipstein, recording secretary; Sandra Okuly, junior assistant librarian; Sue Handlin, sophomore assistant li- brarian. MARCHING BAND Squad Leaders Kay Kemery Len Guthier Gary Knerr Marlene Springer Mike Shirk Janet Frantz Lois Knipstein Douglas Mills Drew Costello Bill Franke 7H ie6tHf SuMdoy tftve Sfteefaculat S6oca Jack Schmidt — Assistant Drum Major Ray Keller — Drum Major Shown here are Barbara Fincannon, Jeanne Hunnings, Sue Handlin, Cathy Jones, and Brenda Carpenter, the Varsity Majorettes. ALLEN COUNTY CO-OP ASSOCIATION, INC. Farm Supplies — Grain Marketing New Haven Phone — W-1131 Areola Phone 54481 7t. ?. . fyU t ecoy uti K The National Forensic league, founded in 1925, is an incorpor- ated association of 900 secondary schools in 43 states. The pur- pose of NFL is to train leaders for America ' s future. The New Haven Chapter was founded in 1954 and is presently second highest in membership in the state. These students participate in many contests, which include the following branches of speaking: Extemporane- ous, Oratory, Original Oratory, Dramatic, Hu- morous, Debate, Radio, Poetry Reading, and dis- Slusan Mafit giving speech, " Medea. " her dramatic An extemper, Nancy Rogers, speaks on one of her topics. Pictured here are the numerous trophies won by the N.F.L. students. ' Deflate 7e m — ' PoictccCcut £ ?omonnocu? RESOLVE THAT THE UNITED NATIONS SHOULD BE SIGNIFICANTLY STRENGTH- ENED was the issue debated this year. This new activity was under the direction of Mr. Fruits. There were three affirmative and three negative teams. The affirmative members included Howard Horman, Diana Mervine; Charles Montgomery, Sheila Murphy; Rita Scantlin, Sandra Kays. Those on the negative teams were Don Bechtol, Bill Farina; Karin Rahden, Don Emenhiser; Eugene Campbell, Sharon Dew. GEORGE W. THOMPSON Auctioneer Sales Service W-1662 " Tell me, Miss Primrose. " " Be careful; it might bite. ' dtffai, 4ctto t, (2 ne t ,f Cast: " The Egg and I " IHRIE FOODS COMPANY New Haven, Indiana W-4911 OFFICERS Joyce Rider secretary Tom Pabst vice-president Cliff Wiese treasurer Mr. May sponsor Sandy Perrin president Wfa K%ue tfavet S nfe6 6ife Speech Scene from " Swept Clean off Her Feet. " The purpose of Masque and Gavel is to improve speech and dramatic ability in the school and the com- munity. A school assembly and an annual speech tour- nament each year is sponsored by this organization. In the spring its main activity is a three-act play. It has a Speakers ' Bureau, which furnishes speakers and plays to the community. The one-act plays this year were " Swept Clean off Her Feet, " " Let ' s Make-Up, " " A Pound of Prevention, " " Sister Sue, " and " Pinch Me. " The last of its activities each year is the spring banquet, which honors the graduating members and initiates the new members. " Poison " (Martha Mafit — SEATED) explains how dumb the salesmen are in trying to sell a " Catch-All " sweepee to an " Easy-Breezy " family. NORM ' S POINT SERVICE AT SUNNYMEDE 5428 New Haven Avenue A-0917 anizationd vig k OFFICERS: (from lower corner) PRESIDENT: Nancy Rogers VICE-PRESIDENT: Denny Grotrian SECRETARY: Sandra Perrin TREASURER: Anna Naselari 7 e Studeetfo l oice Diane Schnepel makes, a special report to the Stu dent Council group. Student Council committee folds invitations for the Snowball Hop. WAYNE CAMERA 1231 E. State Fort Wayne, Ind. Choosing as their theme of the year, " Learn- ing Today, Leading Tomorrow, " the New Haven Student Council set about to serve their school. They started by putting up fire signs, a small but necessary job, sponsored an after-game dance, two auditorium programs, carried out the details concerning the Hallow- een Party, and made a scrapbook for the student body. The biggest and best project of the year was the Snowball Hop with the theme " Magic Moments. " The Student Coun- cil members have attempted to serve the stu- dents, faculty, and administ ration to the best of their ability in order that the students of today will be good citizens of our democracy in the years to come. SPONSORS : Mr. Geoglein, Mrs. Sidell, Mr. Bonahoom, Mr. Lloyd. MERVIN WITMER 4312 Spanish Trail T-0812 Builder and Subdivider of Hacienda Village Larry Rothenhofer, President Nancy Rogers Pam Parmelee Neal Wissman, Vice-President Sherrill Johnson Sandra Perrin Sandra Dressier, Secretary-Treas. Judith Fuchs Don Emenhiser Barbara Dickii Robert Fox Connie Williams ScdofadtcC s4c6ce e pte tt Tftenct 1Qecoy utto t D. O. McCOMB SONS FUNERAL HOME Lake at Tecumseh Fort Wayne, Indiana Any National Honor member will remember the day when he received his pin and this highest scholastic honor was bestowed upon him. Membership in the National Honor Society is given to those who have at- tained an outstanding scholastic achievement. They must also possess qualities of good citizenship, leader- ship, and willingness to serve the school. With the smile on Mrs. Roger ' s face, it appears that she may even be happier than Nancy. " I can ' t believe it! " exclaims Barb Dickenson to her parents. There was much joy and excitement to all who were received into National Honor. Bob Fox and his mother were very happy when he received his pin. CENTRAL PLYWOOD AND DOOR K-621 — 4110 Oxford Ft. Wayne, Ind. EDITORIAL STAFF — FRONT ROW, left to right: Joyce Ruth Kestner, Judy Kendall, Pat Trammel, John Sheron, Herman, Mary Beth Herbst, Cindy Louden, Rita Scantlin, Bonita Karels, Susan Adams, Carol Boyd, Rosalie Oehler, Judy Thompson (assistant editor), Judy Fuchs (EDITOR), Lynda Lewis. Pam Parmelee, Beth Leslie, Linda Graves. BACK ROW: T cta e (£afitune SUcdeat dt£e As Mr. Oberlin. advisor, demonstrates to Judy Thompson how to draw layouts, Judy Fuchs advises Susie Kroemer, Faculty Editor. As September rolled around, ideas began to materialize, pictures were taken, typewriters pounded, and ad and subscription drives were begun. Never once did we realize how many pic- tures would have to be taken, how many articles would have to be written, the countless hours we would spend in planning and makeup, the many patrons and sponsors that we would need, and the many deadlines to be met. We, the students working on the yearbook, have tried to capture our high school life in a nutshell, our Mirage. We hope we have made the year of 1961 a memorable one for you. BENTZ METAL PRODUCTS CO., Inc. 2728 Jefferds Steel Fabricating An important part of the yearbook is its copy. Typists shown above are Judy Kendall, Pat Trammel, Ruth Kestner. Carol Boyd, and Linda Graves with Mrs. West, copy advisor. Mr. Moser, business advisor, distributes underclass pic- tures to the staff. Sherrill Johnson (front row. fourth from the right), efficient business manager, is surrounded by her ad and subscription staff. PURVIS DRUG STORE 514 Broadway — W-l 159 " Across from the Bank " 107 )vtqu U ty TtttHcU ead The Phi Chi Science Club was organized to teach stu- dents what science is and how to use it in life. The meetings were highlighted by lectures, films, and reports on various projects. The club is divided into sections, each to a particular scientific field, with the sponsors being Mr. Hunnings, Mr. Bandelier, Mr. Wolfe, and Mr. Wilder. The club operates the coat-check at basketball games and Kiwanis, sells cakes, takes trips, and participates in the annual Science Fair, each section submitting a project. OFFICERS: Don Emenhiser, vice-president; Marcia LaKamp, secretary-treasurer; Bob Anderson, president. ELECTRONICS: Charles Knarr, Dale Krauskopf, Bob Armstrong, Charles Lane, Don Emenhiser, Ralph Moser, Larry Tus- tison, Paul Chew, Richard Oxmen, Terry Krauskopf, Tom Heddon, Steve Hobbs. WOODBURN EQUITY EXCHANGE — Grain, Feed, Farm Supplies Modern Elevator with Grain Drier ta Scte tti£tc S tdeavo i ANATOMY: Diana Byroade, chairman; Joyce Her- man; Sharon McMahon; Tom Butler; Pat Blaising; Tom Easton; Barbara Doty; Bill Wallace. PHOTOGRAPHY: Mary Lou Gheen; Cindy Lou- don; Sherrill Johnson; William Farina, chairman; Diana Mervine; Harriett Jaessing; Carolyn Knape. ASTRONOMY: Anna Naselari, Denise Scharffbillig, Brenda Car- penter, Jeanne Hunnings, Laurie Karels, Fred Mervine, Ronald Knape. DASELER PARPOS FURS 610 Oxford Street K-0570 1 rt£v fcsfe» 109 OFFICERS SEATED: Dick Lomont, vice-president; Marlene Springer, president. STANDING: Mike Suave, assistant reporter; Margaret Dickenson, treasurer; Martha Meyer, re- porter; Adeline Weise, secretary. p, j£, g. — T educated t The Junior Red Cross has as its objective: working together with the school, serving as volunteers in the home and community, and promoting understanding and friendship in the world. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Covell, the members found pleasure in making favors for the Veterans ' Hospital, giving a party for the Old Folks Home, donoting money for Thanksgiving baskets, and participating in the City-Wide Junior Red Cross Dance. Members of the club perform a service project for the com- munity. " Buy the Best " — Branstrator Trailers ADAMS TRAILER SALES 5125 New Haven Ave. — New Haven, Ind. — E-2002 OFFICERS SEATED: LeRoy Meyer, vice-president; Larry Rothenhofer, president. STAND- ING: Neal Wissman, secretary, Tom Pabst, treasurer; Denny Grotrian, sergeant-at-arms; Howard Hormann, chaplain. The New Haven Hi-Y Club is affiliated with the Y.M.C.A of Fort Wayne. Its purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity high standards of Christian character. Membership is open to any high school boy who will support the platform of clean living. Hi-Y distributes food to needy families and sponsors the Easter convocation and a Best Girls ' Banquet. Members of Hi-Y are seen working on the banquet committee. 4-HOUR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING, INC. 2220 Holton Ave — Fort Wayne, Indiana H-3317 111 Latin Club is composed of Latin enthusiasts trying to create interest in Roman culture and background. Mem- bership is open to all students of sec- ond year Latin and those who have completed two years of this language. The Club is affiliated with both state and national Junior Classical League. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Rogers, its activities include the annual ban- quet in March, the trip to the Indiana JCL Convention, and the initiation of freshmen into the Club in the spring. OFFICERS: (SEATED) Jana Lower, scriba; Bill Fox, Consul; Bruce Hazel- ett. consul; Cathy Clark, ianitor. (STANDING) Denny Juergers, dictator; Tom Murphy, censor; Dave Hellinger, quaestor. ' ? ce tdd f o MUt4, f ocw iyme t . . ' Members work on the Latin Banquet decoration com- mittee. Bruce Hazelett and Twilo Watkins were chosen as Pluto and Pserpina for the Latin Banquet. DOT ' S BEAUTY SHOP 625 Broadway, New Haven, Indiana " For your hair care, phone W-1216. " Out " s4Cl- 4m Uc4Ut ' OFFICERS: Mike Dennis, secretary; Gene Heath, Wissman, Vice-President. ' irer; Jerry Doty, president; Neal Lettermen ' s Club is an organization for boys who have won a varsity letter and still participate in one of the following sports: football, cross country, basketball, wrestling, track, and baseball. The club had two main projects during the year. These were the selling and singing of valentines and the Lettermen ' s banquet in the spring. Lettermen club sponsors are Paul Armstrong and Frank Clark. ' Will you please be my Valentine? " Anna Naselari shows some of the Lettermen exactly which Valentine she wants. KWATNEZ CANDY CO. AND AMERICAN FUND RAISING CO. 3117 Maumee Ave. E-5 148 (fate P tticcfa te OFFICERS: Vice-president Pam Parmelee Corresponding secretary Sherri Rodriquez President Sharon Eifrid Secretary Judy Sturm Treasurer Lvnda Lewis Service for the community is contributed by the entire club. Brenda Haase holds a Sunshine sweatshirt up to Margaret Dickenson for fit. Everything for Builder Homeowner WOODBURN LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Phone 22261 — Woodburn, Indiana t t S ivtce OtycuUfCittaet Love, unse ' fishness, charity, kindness, and helpfulness are ideals carried out by the Sun- shine Society. This year the organization made Christmas place mats for the Allen County homes, gave a $200 nurse ' s scholarship to a New Haven Sen- ior girl, helped the local Cancer Society, and assumed the support of a Korean girl, Kim Ok Soon, in a Christian orphanage in Korea. Means of financing the above projects are through the sale of sweat shirts, pennants, and pencils, and an annual spring dance. Elizabeth Neusiis, Robin Howe, Sharon Eifrid, and Susan Ehle unpack the purple and gold Bulldog pennants. One of the finished Christmas place mats for the Alle County Home. Sunshine Society, with the help of Hi-Y, distri- buted Thanksgiving baskets to needy families. RICARDO ' S PIZZA 427 Broadway New Haven, Indiana Trying to interest students in the teaching profession is the main object of Future Teachers of America. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Beugnot, the members have discussed their chosen profession and participated in various activities. The club sponsored an after game dance, helped with American Education Week, attended the State and Northern Area Conven- tions, and held their annual spring banquet in April. OFFICERS: Jean Englebright, treasurer; Adeline Wiese, secretary; Ron McDevitt, president; Mike Sauve, vice-president. 7t. . . S. Stud tU Helping with American Education week. Jean Englebright helps Mr. Fruits, English teacher. Joan Koch files for Miss Munk, French teacher. VAUGHN ' S HOME GARDEN STORE 1335 Highway 14 New Haven, Ind. Making favors for Christmas are Sandra Perrin, Tody Koch, Diana Byroade, and Pam Parmelee. Susan Ehle, Annette Durbin, and Barbara Doty on one of the banquet committees. teft ie £o t6e ' pattvte Composed of girls interested in nursing, the Future Nurses Club, by various means, has increased their knowledge of a rewarding profession. With their sponsor, Mrs. Troyer, the club took Christmas favors to a local nursing home, took part in a Veteran ' s Hospital feeding program, and planned an after-game dance. The climax of the year was the Mother-Daughter Banquet held in April. OFFICERS Marsha Lakamp, vice-president ; Joyce Despos, treasurer Joyce Herman, president ; Jane Despos, secretary. NEW HAVEN T.V. SALES SERVICE 1625 U.S. Highway 30 East W-2312 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Howard Hormann. Beckie Bearman, Freya Funk. Diane Schnepel. and Carole Orchard. (26ee (e de i4, tutd ' Pefr (?la RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Twilo Watkins. Lynn Glendening, Judy Sturm. An essential part of our school life is the cheerleaders and pep club. Many hours of hard work are given by the cheerleaders to promote enthusiasm and interest in sports. This year the Bulldog Boosters, a boys ' pep club, was formed. This or- ganization, along with the girls ' pep club, did much to bring about school spirit. SOUDER ' S HOME CENTER Grabill. Indiana " Save at Souder ' s " — Phone E-6252 PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Joyce Rider, Secretary- treasurer; Lana Deitschel, President; Sandra Perrin Vice-president. The Girls ' Pep Club was an added attraction at the basketball games. s4n ec4e s4ctio t at d cupte The newly formed Bulldog Boosters certainly demonstrated the school spirit. BILL McCORMACK CHEVROLET. IXC. — W-1191 1200 Lincoln Highway East — New Haven, Indiana s4cttvitcf, PURPOSE: Promote good fellowship and sports- manship. Many G.A.A. girls enjoyed after-school swimming at the Y.W.C.A. The Girls ' Athletic Association is an organization of high school girls inter- ested in furthering sportsmanship and working and playing with others as a team. This club organizes all girls ' in- tramural and interscholastic activities. The girls are given an opportunity to participate in a sport of their liking, with a wide range offered. " How about a strike, Lana? ' E. HARPER SON FUNERAL HOME New Haven, Ind. Te Ti ond ut (£. 4. 4. OBJECTIVE: Encourage healthful activities of mind and body. Spike it! Some of the sports offered are bas- ketball, volley ball, dodgeball, ping pong, archery, bowling, swimming, trampoline, and tumbling. The girls participate in the class tourney, intra- mural games, and as a climax have a banquet at which well-earned awards are presented. Basketball — a favorite sport of many. NEW HAVEN READY MIX 605 Hartzel Road New Haven, Ind. OFFICERS Janet Frantz president Sandra Okuly vice-president Lynda Lewis secretary Carolyn Nelson treasurer Jana Lower point recorder Shari Rodriquez point recorder Judy Sturm publicity chairman Miss McDonald, Sponsor. t . T » Miss McDonald gives the girls last- minute pointers before they start to play volleyball. BULLDOG TRUCKING — Owner Charles Shrock Stone, Sand, Gravel, Fill Dirt W-4613 New Haven led « (J, SF r " " " ROW 1: Bob Augenstein, Bill Hanley, Vern Hearn, Jack Pettyjohn, Gene Heath, Joe Lewis, Charles Critchley, Joe Federspeil; ROW 2: Dick Longardner, Stan Smith, Mar- ion Stanley, Tom Ryan, Terry Kummer, Jeff Stahl, Rus- sell Richhart, Tom Hook; ROW 3: Jim Chapman, Richard Lippott, Dave Hellinger, John Lewis, Roger Gill- ingham, Brent Circle, Ron Emerick, Bill McCoy, Jerry Doty; ROW 4: Junior Jones, Eugene Saalfrank, Tom Murphy, Nickey Baker, John Hoover, Davis Meyers, Bill Meyers, Denny Grotrian, Mike Dennis; ROW 5: Roger Rothgeb, Tom Cameron, Student Managers; Scott Arm- strong, Head Coach; Paul Ar mstrong, Norm Ellenberger, Assistant Coaches; Chuck Lipford, Student Manager. (Marion Kinnison absent when photo was taken). FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD WALTER H. THIELE T-2982 — 9321 St. Joe Center Rd. — Ft. Wayne Excavating, Bulldozing, Farm Drainage, and Field Tile 125 Marion Kinnison, NEIC Fullback. ■■ Offensive Team — Backfield: Mike Dennis, Jerry Doty, Nicky Baker, Bill Hanley. Line: Stan Smith, Dick Longardner, Vern Hearn. 7te«u ' Zfaoe ccMdof . Hanley trying for just one more foot! The Power Play — Jerry Doty, FT. WAYNE COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS. INC. 1631 E. Pontiac Ft. Wayne, Ind. Terry Kummer, Joe Lewis. Gene Heath, Marion Stanley. 486 pounds of steel — Marion Stanley. Joe Lewis. Stan Smith. 7t. S- f. ■ ?oetfcUC gtamptf Strength in Key Positions — Terry Kummer. center; Mike Dennis, quarterback; Charles Critchley, guard. Jeff Stahl. and Mike Dennis. GAIL J. ROE Real Estate Broker T-7610 Representative of Designers, Builders. Subdividers TfCu eCe and S freed 4td c tde me i FIRST ROW: Irwin Schnelker, Larry Warrick, Dave Baz- zinett. Don Stine, Dennis Kummer, Dennis Renier, Neal Wissman. SECOND ROW: Bill Foust, Larry Rothenhofer, Dave Sutton, Jerry Ellis, Ron Be Whitten. Larry Keeler, Bill Coach Weaver discusses team techniques with Dave Sutton, Ron Berning, Denny Renier, and Denny Kummer. This year for the first time in the history of the school, New Haven won a state sectional by the efforts and hard work of the Cross- country team. The team won eight games, lost two. and tied one. They came in first in the N.E.I.A.C. meet, sixth in the Shortridge In- vitational, first in the State Sectional, and sec- ond in the State finals. NEW HAVEN BAKERY — W-2161 Two locations 829 Main Street and 721 Broadway New Haven — W-2029 WRESTLING SCORES New Haven 22 Peru 24 26 Richmond 28 36 Central Catholic 13 30 Madison Heights ... 23 16 Sturgis 27 24 Defiance 16 44 Central Catholic .... 6 17 Marion 29 29 Auburn 13 34 Montpelier 5 35 Howe 10 Won 7 Lost 4 Success calls for hours of practice like thi: ROW 1: Phillip Brubaker, Jim Voigt, Greg Reiling, Mike Loeffler, Terry Gratz, Tom Gratz. ROW 2: George Gulyas, Joe Lewis, Marion Kinnison, Vern Hearn, Stan Smith, Jeff Stahl, Paul Armstrong, Coach. Stop at the sign of the Root Beer Mug. Try a glass, take home a jug. B K DRIVE-IN U.S. 24 30 — West New Haven, Indiana odtdoy, 7ea Mvo i6 VARSITY SQUAD: Neal Wissman. Bob Fox, Dick Richard Lippott, Jerry Doty, Denny Grotrian, Marion Fritcha, Larry Rothenhofer, Bruce Hazelett, Jerry Ellis, Stanley, Denny Kummer, Denny Renier. The 1960-61 basketball season proved to be a very ing of Norm Ellenberger, they displayed fine team- successful one. The team reached the semi-finals in work and gave the fans many exciting moments, the Allen County Tourney and ended the year by Eleven games were won and six were lost, winning the NEIC championship. Under the coach- BASKETBALL COACHES: Jim Weaver and Norm Eller berger. BILL CHAPMAN LANDSCAPING SERVICE 525 U.S. Highway 30 East — New Haven, Indiana All Landscaping — Fence and Erection — Phone W-2917 novide4 ouy i @o Ptfietttam BASKETBALL SCORES New Haven .... 69 New Haven .... 66 New Haven .... 75 New Haven . . . . .... 61 New Haven . . . . .... 69 New Haven .... 67 New Haven .... 52 New Haven .... 45 New Haven .... 72 New Haven .... . ... 61 New Haven .... 74 New Haven .... 67 New Haven . . . . 67 New Haven .... . . . . 53 New Haven .... . ... 57 New Haven .... . . . . 59 New Haven .... . . . . 44 New Haven .... . . . . 66 Monroeville 50 Centr al Catholic 63 Columbia City 68 Concordia 67 North Side 94 Angola 71 Decatur 45 Huntington 50 Bishop Luers 51 Garrett 58 Hoagland 56 Harlan 60 Kendallville 53 Leo 60 Bluffton 49 Huntertown 42 Berne 64 Elmhurst 54 COUNTY TOURNEY New Haven 67 Harlan 54 New Haven 75 Hoagland 55 New Haven 50 Leo 60 MANAGERS: Roger Rothgeb and Jerry Null RESERVE SQUAD CO-CAPTAINS: Neal Wissman and Bob Fox. " Home of Good Roses " — Flowers, Shrubs, Bulbs, Perennials Annuals — MIDWAY NURSERY GREEN HOUSE US 30 East — Fort Wayne — A-7330 ZULU GARAGE Zulu, Indiana Doty fights for a rebound ! Ok t6e IRoacC ta l tctotyf Strategy is brewing! " Come on you kids! Yell! INDIANA MICHIGAN ELECTRIC COMPANY 2101 Spy Run — Fort Wayne, Indiana VARSITY TRACK New Haven . . . , 68 New Haven 60 1 6 New Haven 90 1 2 New Haven 69 5 6 Kendallville 41 Garrett . " 48 5 6 Decatur 18 1 2 Columbia City 29 2 3 Elmhurst North Side Relays New Haven Relays N.E.I.A.C. Meet Sectional Fourth Place 29 1 2 First Place. 48 First Place 57 Third Place 26 1 3 NEW RECORDS Stan Smith . . Jerry Doty, Dick L Hoover, Don Stine . . This row of girls appear as though they really enjoy the track meet (or having their picture taken.) 7 c£ 7etu t 7%e ut 1Recoy utt et The Track Queen, Judy Grotrian, holds the trophy as she and her court — Twilo Watkins, Janet Schmidt, Beckie Bearman, and Judy Sturm — watch the track relay. UNITED VACUUM OF FT. WAYNE New and Used — Sewing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners 205 E. Berry, Ft. Wayne, Indiana m. m m p. ■ -.y hi P In n ; S UdcHfy £o The 440 yard dash — Hoover is off to a good start! Pettyjohn poises for a long loss! A,, Kummer vaults and clears the bar with plenty to spare! DR. R. W. WADE Office: 1018 Bell Avenue New Haven, Indiana t6e ' pttUaA, ate Doty ' s specialty — the broad jump! £%i 3 1 » s? Jacquay gets some stiff competition in the high sticks! 3 Hanefeld sets a new school record of 6 feet, 2 inches in the high jump! PAL ' S TRUCK STOP Jet. 24 30 East Fort Wayne, Indiana §L ROW 1: Butch Fisher, Tom Easton, Jim Chapman, Tom Jenkins, Ron Emerick, Gary Rockey, Terry Kummer, Neal Wissman, Denny Renier, Marion Stanley, Bob Augenstein, Marion Kinnison. ROW 2: Joe Lewis, Steve Anderson, Tim Kumfer, Ron Augenstein, Dick Gheen, Larry Hane- feld, John Melcher, Joe Federspiel, Denny Grotrian, Fred Cass, Gene Heath. Safe t o toe BASEBALL COACHES: Paul Armstrong and Norm Moser. 1960 BASEBALL New Haven 13 New Haven 5 New Haven 15 New Haven 5 New Haven 5 New Haven 3 New Haven 3 New Haven 12 New Haven 5 New Haven 5 New Haven 6 Conference games — years straight Record 6 Huntington 1 Van Wert 10 Convoy 3 Concordia 2 Decatur 1 Concordia 2 Huntington 6 Kendallville 6 Bluffton 1 Col. City Angola 1 Conference Champs 4 -0 GRABILL BANK Grabill, Indiana Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Marion Kinnison Can, l ete cut4, Terry Kummer Neal Wissman Joe Lewis Denny Renier N C E H 1 A C M P S Marion Stanley » A« ■ R. L. BARRETT — 5 to $1.00 717 Broadway New Haven, Ind. Dave Zelt " V ■ " ■-- — This year almost 300 boys have participated in the Intramural program, which includes numerous activi- ties. All boys in school are eligible to participate in all the intramural events except those members of the school team in that particular sport. Some of the various sports include football, archery, golf, trampoline, basketball, bowling, wrestling, volley- ball, ping pong, and track. Trampoline team fatnamwiaC Points are awarded for each sport on the basis of participa- tion and skill. These are accumulative during all four years of high school. For each 125 points earned, a full size purple and gold intramural letter is awarded. MANAGER: Hugh Beebe Low gross golf Lightweight Basketball Heavyweight Basketball T % HAiele4 1 iau4 4cttvctte The intramural program is directed by Mr. Baumgartner with the help of student managers. This year Hugh Beebe was the general assistant with the help of Bill Boyd and Marvin LaRue. Sherrill Johnson BUSINESS MANAGER Thus another year has been added to the history of New Haven High School. While there have been some anxious moments in preparing this book, it has been an inspirational experience. The 1961 Mirage Staff could not have completed it without the help of our advisors, the companies helping to publish the book, and our patrons. Thanks to the real people for whom this book was written and whom it was written about . . . the students of New Haven High School. The 1961 Mirage Staff s4utoyn ft U s4utoyiafr6 s4oetoyiaft6 s4utoynafi64, s4utoyi€Lfr 4, 4utoyiaft64, Nil xTs ' i; w m M WSSm

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