New Palestine High School - Avalon Yearbook (New Palestine, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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In the month of September tn the year of 1940 a group of brtght eyed lrttle ktds came shyly mto the ltttle red brtck school house of New Palesttne Of that group only sux Barbara Hawktns Judy Gundrum Donna Sutherland Rlchard Short Betty Stapp and Phyllts Sleeth have reammed to enter thetr semor year at N P H S On September 3 1949 30 wtde eyed tntelltgent so they thou t students started thetr Journey through hugh school These students soon found that the name Green Freshman was a pet name that only freshman could ltve up to and that a semor was a thmg to avotd rf possible We welcomed etght new students mto our freshman class Russel Waterman Jtm Hammond Dtxre Bruce Margte Klexman Don Moeller Jerry Noe Margery Krug and Carole Schwler soon became one of us and together we started toward our goal To lead us ln our green year we elected Phtl Wilson prestdent Anna Setfert vlce prestdent and Margte Kletman secretary treasurer Mr Everson was our sponsor that year and as we look back we wonder how we must have worrled htm wtth all of our mrschxevous trucks Ltttle could we forget the ttme Norma Ellts spread ltmburger cheese on the reglsters or the ttme Rlchard Short put tacks rn everyone s seat causmg qurte a but of confuston and low deportment grades Yes we ot off to a good start ltvtn up to our tttle of being the most mtschtevous class ln school Our c ass parttes were held at Ju y Gundrum s and Margie Kletman s In oursophomore year we elected Anna Setfert presldent Carole Schwler vtce president Margie Kletman treasurer and Judy Gundrum secretary We lost frve students much to our Mussman Our sohpomore year tumed out to be one of our less excttmg years wrth the exception of our welcomtn bashful Al Toth and quret Helen Farmer mto our mtdst lt seemed the trls had qunte a nack of gettmg caught back tn the paper room wlthout anythtng to do I don t tnk we shall ever forget that one ltttle talk shall we say that Doc gave us Mr DeMunbrun was our sponsor and our class partxes were held at Judy Gundrum and Anna Setfert s As we moved tnto our Juntor year we kept the teachers on the jump trytng to guess what other tmposstble deed we would try to do next It seemed that they just couldn t tell where we were gotng to stnke next Much to our sorrow we lost Martha Dugan and Carl Hack but tn re tum we recetved Jeannte Skillman and Jerry Oltver For thts tmportant year we elected Phtl Wtlson prestdent Charlene Webb vtce prestdent Don Moeller secretary and Al Toth treas urer Mr DeMunbrun was stuck with us agatn and belteve me he really had hrs hands full helptn us rn the candy store and supervtsmg our decorating the gym for the receptton What I coul n t do lf I had a gun' was hrs favortte expressron at that trme Just remember Mr DeMunbrun we love you no matter what you sand Poor Miss Thralls was really worrted wondermg tf we would ever grow up Mlss Thralls don t you wonder what we wtll be flve years from now? We really had a wonderful ttme at our class partles the frrst betng held at Avenl Lease s and the last at Judy Gundrum s We were so dxsgusted that tt had to snow and we had to gtve tn to Mr DeMunbrun and not have our much wanted hayrlde Fmally we have reached our goal We are after much wattlng, the semors of New Palestme Hugh Oh how we love that wordl We elected Russel Waterman president Phtl Wtlson vtce president Jerry Oliver secretary and Dtxre Bruce treasurer We have been very O O I - 'I O I - I 4 I I gi ': N regret. They were: Jerry Noe, Barbara Utt, bonna Ostermeyer, Gene Weineke: and Annalee ' n ' I . 1 ' E n 1 i . ' busy this year ordering our invitations, having our pictures taken, and most important of all workingon our year book. We want to thank Mr. Everson, our sponsor, who has helped us through this, our last and most important year. Our fall class partywwas held at Anna Seifert's. This one party we shall never forget. Around ll o'clock Mr. Everson seemed to grow a little tired. We, the seniors, calling utpon the kindness in our hearts left so Mr, Everson cou d go home. After we were sure he was sa ely home and tucked in bed, we returned to Seifert's and finished our party. Really, Mr. Everson, we missed you very much. Yes, we have had some wonderful times here at New Palestine, but now we turn toward the future. What it holds for us we do not know, but we do know that no matter what we do or where we go we shall always remember this, our dear old alma mater. We, the seniors of 52, bid you alla fond farewell, Margie Kleiman Judy Gundrum f' 'QM SEATED Barbara Hawkins Judy Gundrum uonna Sutherland STANDING Phyllis Sleeth Betty Stapp absent from the picture Richard Short D F l C' aj. t A ,K ,- v ie M q l 'X I ,, X -rar q W 1, 1, ., mm Qilwxff 1XffffffffffffffffffffffffXfffffffffffffffffffffffI1fflfffffffff,. ., The aged old man with the long flowing beard cautiously climbed into the latest jet propelled rocket ship. Well, what do you know! It's Mr. Everson taking the first jaunt of his trip around the world. His doctor had ordered the trips after he had suffered a break-down, resulting from his sponsoring the 1952 senior class of N. P. H. S, 10 years before. Having settled himself in the ship, he was assured a safe trip by the attractive stewardess, none other than Norma lean Ellis, who had just finished a book of poems entitled How to Get a Man or My Ten Years in Sing-Sing. Coming back to see that everything was in order, the pilot, whom Mr. Everson recognized as Hollis Kennedy, announced that the plane would take off in 5 minutes. Helen Farmer, also a passenger on the plane, recognized Mr. Everson and told him that she, too, was taking a trip around the world. She had just made her first million and decided to take a rest. She told of receiving a letter from Phyllis Sleeth telling of her and Betty Stapp's marriage to two soldiers stationed at Camp Atterbury. Two hours later the plane arrived in New York. After saying goodbye to his friends on the plane, Mr. Everson set out walking. Passing a show window displaying a newly-invented car, he paused to admire it. A sign proclaimed that it was knockless, nosieless, wheelless, motorless, gasless, oilless, and motionless. The beauty was invented by none other than Jim Hammond. As he continued down the street, Mr. Everson met Charlie Miller. Charlie, he leamed, was a member of the National Debate Society which had just won the annual world's debate contest. He told Mr. Everson that Don Moeller, the brain of the class of 1952, was now professor of etymology at Columbia University. When Einstein died, Professor Moeller was proclaimed the only man in the world who knew everything! Continuing on his joumey, he hailed a taxi. A new program, 'How to Reduce in Ten Lessons, " was on the radio. Goodness! That voice sounded familiar. Why, of course! It's Donna Marie Sutherland, who has become fabulously wealthy in the past ten years. As Mr. Everson alighted from the taxi, he heard a newsboy shouting, "Extra! Extra! " As he stood talking to the newsboy he was reminded of Phil Wilson, who in his spare time, still had a paper route in ol' New Palestine. Of course, he is principal of the high school in New Palestine also. Did you know that this school is now the largest in the state oflndiana? Yes, it has a total enrollment of 99, 999. My, how that townhas grown! Charlene Webb is, of course, the first grade teacher in the school. She received her A. B. degree from Harvard University. As he began reading the paper, he noticed that it was the "Daily Blowhard" from his home town and edited by none other than Jerry Oliver with the assistance of his secretary, Averil Lease. He read that the President of the United States, Hollis Dye, had left for a Florida vacation on his yacht "The Indiana, " and his secretary, Anna Seifert, had gone along as personal advisor. . ln another article, he read that Doris True had joined the Waves so she could follow Phillip Moos over the world. What's this? Jim Bowles has gone to Alaska to become a fur trapper. What a life! Class Prophecy Ccontmuedj Readmg that the All Ame rlcan Redheads glrl s basketball Ham would play IU M-3d1S0Y1 Square Gardenthat nrght he demdedhe must see the game The artrele contrnuedthatJun1or Plnky Mattlngly was coat h of the rnternatlonally known team Carole Sehwler he learned was appearlng on Broadway ln the stage productron of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes A talent scout spotted her ln the Junlor play A Lucky Penny and recognrzed her unmrstakable talent because she knew her ten llnes so perfectly That LVCI'llIlg Mr Lverson ventured to a small cafe where he encountered Margery Krug who was the torch slnger at the so called Comy Cafe Suddenly he heard the wall of a slren Rushlng to the street he saw the ambulance tum the comer and LOIlIlflllL to the Sew bm Save Em or Shoot bm Hospltal Later he learned that Gorgeous Rlchard Short J He seemed very happy at the hospltal though w1th Joyce Castleman for hrs nurse Contrnulng down the street Mr Everson met Judy Gundrum She explamed that she conducted a modelrng school m Los Angeles Jeanne of Hollywood desrgned the clothes for all her models she explarned Jeanne ofcourse was none other than Jeanne Sklllman Judy told of recervmg a letter from Drxre Bruce who was now ln Parts and very well known for her excellent ballet danclng Several days later when Mr Lverson was vxsrtlng Texas whom should he meet but Russ Waterman who told hrm of hrs OOO acre ranch near Dallas Margle Klerman too he sald was ln the ranch buslness domg very well mdeed Weeks later as Mr Ewerson was returnrng home he stopped at what used to be known as Crlder s Drlve In and now known as Dorrel s Gyp Jolnt Marrlyn Dorrel of course was the owner Barbara Hawklns the carhop yelled rn the orders to Albert Toth the chlef hamburger sllnger Shlrlev Helm they told hrm had grven up pursult of all men and had become resxgned to belng an old mald Well thls was the end of Mr Everson s trtp He had taken the tr1p to forget the members ofthe sentor class of 1950 and now he had rn some way or another encotmtered them agaln But hedldn t m1nd because after all he admltted that they were a swell group of klds Prophets Carole Sehwler Phyllrs Sleeth M' ' 1 " 1 1 1 " ' ' . 1 ' ' i - I I 1 1 ' I I I 1 1 1 1 i ' 1. 1 - 1 ' 1 H I M A g 1 1 I I 1 1 . 1 - H A n 1 . 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A . . , K bi I I ' . , , , . . :llama wil! if ARTICLEI TO THE CLASSES To the freshmen we leave our sympathy knowing that they will have to struggle along somehow without the advice and protecting hand of the senior class To the sophomore class we leave our reckless boisterousnessof rushingor falling headlong down those long used stairs so that they may be first inline to the cafeteria at noon To the junior class we leave the ability we have of using our utmost speed in accomplishing those things that our teachers have so reluctantly forced upon us and we trust that the juniors will honor themselves and the school by attaining those high goals and standards that we the Senior Class of 52 have so recently established We the Senior Class of New Palestine in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty two do hereby will to the underclassmen our earthly possessions to cherish and remember us always Having been judged by our elders as being elegant graceful refined charming and pleasing young men and women to say nothing of our superior position integrity and predominance over the underclassmen and even over our teacher we do hereby herewith and hereafter declare this to be our last will and testament with special pemussion of our president and do maintain all previous wills and testaments made by us to be null and void We now leave and bequeathwith a feeling of sadness our long list of treasured possessions to our most fortunate successors ARTICLE II TO INDIVIDUALS I James toothless Bowles will my position on the track team to Jim Kuhns and my love for Govemment I2 to Ray Keuthan Avalon edttorship to Marianna Huber I Joyce sure enough Castleman will my shorthand worries to anyone in the junior class who has strong enough nerves to take care of them and my figure to Lucille Spencer I Marilyn goof Dorrel will my love for shorthand to my sister Shirley and my big brown eyes to Joanne Harvey I Hollis tough boy Dyewill my smart brain to Asa Burkett and my love for M1ssThral1s to Jack Dennemann I Norma Shakespeare Ellis will my love for Shakespeare and artistic paintings to John Brown and my ability to get along with teachers to Joe Herron I Helen always the same Farmer will my ability to get sailors to anyone who likes their uniforms and my love for skating to Marilyn Jo Hopper I Judy Oh Dam Gundrum will my clever ways of getting along with the senior boys to Shirley Johnson and my deep love and devotion for all the faculty to Bill Morrtson I James hotrod Hammond will my hoodless Ford to Jack Wilson and my clownmg antics to Tom Black I Barbara Barbie Hawkins will my quiet ways to Jerry Grissom I Shirley runt Helm will my manageable hair to Jacqueline Bums and my girlish figure to Helen Alfke I, Dixie "always-on-the-mn" Bruce, will my ability for going steady to Mary Alice and Jack, and my fcontnnued on next pagej 1 lass W1ll 100111111111 dj 1 K 11111d Wlll AIIVIIIIIIL I 11.111 I0 anvbody WIIO wanm II 1 1 KIOW LIII 1 111 11a L1 1 alld my 1011 for 11d Pl,m0u11 1 QL N1CdI ENLIN 1 Ill 1 w 111 111s 0f IIIW IllpS 10 Ka1111 IIIIL C0011 and 1111 1011101 baskuba pla 1 s L l 1 1 1 11 KS IO .1111 an IU a f 1101 1 arl S1 ll 1 1 11 111111 w1ll 1111 has 1111.111 p0s1110n 10 Pa11l lxl11man and Illy 11d halr IO JL 1 a111 1 1 11 .1 Iy l0af around IO D111 lllllllgx 11111 14111115 1 .1111 IN 1 s IO Max La 1 1111 91 1Wl1I w1ll my 1011 f0r 1011111 n1111 10 Ian11 La1111 and my d11y111g ab1l11y10 Tom GIISSOIII 1, 1 S11f1r1 VNIII my 10011 h1l1a11 at all 11m1s IO C..1rl R1ddl1 ar1d mv sw1mm1ng anddrymg II LI 11a11 1 R1C11ard 1011 IU IL3S1 SIIOII w1ll my 111121111 IO L11 Iznd 11 and my na111rall1 curly l1a1r IO Hel1n Oriel. 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I 'V Y' 1' Fdcull let lt- We the senlors class of 1952 at the termrnatron of our four years rn hrgh school hope to express fully our apprecrauon of the teachers thoughtful gurdance and are greatly lndebted for the servrces the faculty has bestowed upon us We feel the faculty was strrvrng as much as we were these past four years to reach that hlgh goal graduatron and that the faculty had as great an rnterest m our 3CIlVlI18S as we had Fxrst rn our mmds wrll be Mr Doc Wrlson prrncrpal and teacher of commerclal subjects Maybe callrng you Doc rs not proper but to all of us you w1ll remarn Doc the restof our lrves and also one of the frnest teachers to be found Mrss Wrllrs to you we grve our slncere thanks for the exactlng lessons rn Englrsh wrthout those we would not know that Amt lrfe wonderful? IS outrageous grammar and that we should never srmply Never say I aln t got no pencll We also grve our thankful appreclatron for your excellent drrectlon of our class plays, wluch we all enjoyed To Mr Terwrllrger we extend our thanks for your trarnlng of good judgrng teams of whlch the school was never forced to be ashamed and for hrs tumrng out such well rnformed future farmers Mr Geyer we WISH to extend our thanks for your excellent conductlng of our musrc department and are very sure that II was bettered by havlng you as rrs head You really made us get down and drg tn to learn our songs but we were better for rt I belreve MISS Thralls we apprecrate your puttrng up wrth our roudlness and almost perpetual whrsperrng lnyour govemment class We now have a clearer prcture of the govemment and lt! functlons thanks to you Mr Everson, we always admrred your abllrtyto shuffle your lrttle cards and come up wrth the exact one of the person who defmrtely d1d not have the correct answer But we were sure to get credxt rf we trred our best We also thank you for your sponsorhsrp of our senror class and puttrng up wrth our many arguments between the boys and glrls Contrnurng down the ltne we frnd Mr McNamara basketball coach and mathmatlcs teacher A baskebtall coach rs always popular so he need never worry about frrends Mr DeMunbn1n teachespsychology and has charge of the book store No student forgets who has charge of the candy Mrs Hall teaches shorthand and helps w1th the school paper Although she 15 a new teacher she wrll be just another member of the famrly soon MtssN1cholson teaches clotlung and dancmg Anyone who helps a groupm dancrng rs always consrdered a good sport Thts rs our faculty and we are mrghty proud of them. We hope all underclassmen think as much of them as we do These four years of our llves wrll have qurte a beanng on how we lrve our later lrves and wlth the help of our ftne faculty everybody wrll be started on the rrght path toward success The senrors I I 'ID' I J v 1 0 ' . . , - ' ' . . . N , N . . , . . , . . . . . U -. - f 1 - ' . , - . n u - - - .Q H ' 1 . . ' . . n - u 1 n ' ' , - 1 v n - g ' u - ' ' ' ' , . . u , ' . ' 9 9 I ' I . U 4 , . . . . , , . . , , . - . . tsllms-Bti omni flo the 'lune of "llc-autiful Drearnt-r"j Gone are the days of our senior year, Gone are the worries of teachers so dear. l've had a swell time at our old N. P. Now all that's left us is our rnernories, Gone are the days of English and Math. Always spurred on hy some teacher's wrath, But we are thankful that we had the joy Of going to schoolg the school of our choice Oh, yes, we're thankful, and now we rejoice! hy Margery Krug ig C 9'- 5' . an rats ., rg rutstin Ni Q Down through the years, weather beaten and worn Old N. P. H. S. still stands, with pride and glory To greet us with welcome each and every morn. There is none so proud as we of old N. P. H. S. We fought only for the white and crimson And to uphold the glory it possesses. To our teachers we owe a grateful heart For all the time and effort they put forth to educate us. We often wonder, "Have we really done our part?" To our school, our teachers, and all our friends at N. P. H. S. We say, "Farwel1," with this one thought in mind-- We're thankful for the privilege of graduating from N. P. H. S. by Barbara Hawkins X-Z X Natne Donna Sutherland Charlie Miller Margie Kleiman Richard Short Hollis Kennedy Betty Stapp Hollis Dye Anna Seifert Dixie Bruce Al Toth Marilyn Dorrel Phyllis Sleeth Barbara Hawkins Norma Ellis Charlene Webb Junior Mattingly Carole Schwier Phil Wilson Dcxis True Don Moeller Shirley Helm Jerry Oliver Averil Lease Judy Gundrum Jimmy Hammond Joyce Castleman James Bowles Margery Krug Russel Waterman Helen Farmer Jeanne Skillman Alias "Ree Ree" Killer" Sally" Dick" Bud" Blondie" Hot Shot" Spider Legs" "Little Stinker" Butch" Skeatee" "Lucy" Mousey" Shakespeare" Red" Pinky" Blondie" Honey" Green Eyes" Professor" Runt" Shortie" Sweetness" Dutchie" Double Ugly" Joy" Jim' Marge' Henry' Farmer' Doodels' Sietiituut What hc likes What she likes skating basketball dating stacking bee-bees Jeannie army life basketball cars to eat square dancing Skinner's letters dancing traveling playing canasta dancing basketball men blowing off steam skating government class singing a Chrysler square dancing Swimming government class roller skating Beech Grove bowling square dancing Shelbyville swimming Usually Found walking the halls in an argument along the registers candy store with Hammond with Phyllis flirting with girls in the office wherever Clyde is sitting on registers Crider's hard to tell home with Hiram with Phil with Krug most anywhere with Charlene Paper Room studying running around Paper Room trying to talk to Jerry Oliver reading paper Crider's with Dixie strolling through the halls twins lovers'-lane skating rink dancing 'ifmw Hmmm Chlef Attracuon laugh ar personalrty brg feet neatness CCI smrle chewrng gum hatr po ulartty earrrngs clothes 1 s tr neatness brg ears eyebrows false tooth walk eyeballs big toe figure funny bone meaness clothes wcxk bxg feet hrs way with women drmple 811821 Favorrte Expressron Don t hardly know what to tell you No you don t You wouldn t kld me would you? Rub my feet Got a cold rn de head What does that make me? Now Albert Crumb Hurry up Turn around Oh really Gee whrz As you lrke rt Holy cow Now watch out there Oh dern Son of a gun Oh oh I left my tooth at home Hey qurt Oh shoot You're a Jewell Oh nol Oh dern it What do you mean by It Sure nuff I 11 be there No kiddln Good gosh What for you say thatr' 'Hurry up " Favotrte Song Hey Good Lookrn Down Yonder Becuase of You I Get Ideas Hotrod Race Somebody s Been Beatrn My Trme Three Little Frshes Someday He ll Come Along Stardust Come On A My House My Isle of Golden Dreams Sentxmental Me I ll Get By Reds Boogre Margre Tenderly Always Rugged But Rrght I ve Got the Love Srck Blues Make Believe In My Merry Olds mobile fChrysle.rj I Only Have Eyes For you The Man I Love Kiss en Bug Boogle Sin Goodrught Irene September Song Kass Kms Kissxn In The Can Mule Traln 'Red Leaves On The Campus Green' NND' Wants To Be floor scrubber garbage collector an old mard mountarn cltmber another MBUII Rose army wrfe mrlkman opera srnger shoe shrne gal Manager of Fox Theater lmgerle model draper changer wrndow washer lrght bulb changer bathrng beauty Judge bubble dancer presrdent of lonely hearts club mermaid rce man lady wrestler song wrxter square dance caller toe massage: bull tamer aulrne hostes travelrng salesman taxi driver street cleaner tmdertaker fan dancer Donna Marte Sutherland Dai: True vs lg! L T4 - wi- .. . .. . ... C .. U . . 7. N D .. f . .. . P . .. . n - - .. big mouth "Send up a rocket' "Cold, Cold, Heart' flag pole sitter 1-P .. . . N .. . .. . ha' vl u v- ' vs ' .. I ' .. . .. - . .. ' ' .. - .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . I ' I I I I R I ' ' l I I I ' Ou ' ' l ll ll I I ' Il II I ' ' ' I I D ft1tibrP:1tiMitM yAl l yu iriiiiii iitiresr S ig X N 1 Z Q N7 X 1 May 7-Commencement May 6-Class Night May 4-Baccalaureate April 219-County Track Meet April 25-Jr. -Sr. -Reception March 27-County Music Festival March 14-Off A Pewter Platter-Jr. Play Feb. 28 Feb. 16 -29-March 1-Sectional -Heart Hop Jan. 20-Pictures of classes Jan. 14-Tourney Victory Celebration Ian. 10- ll-12 -County Tourney Dec . 17-31 -Christmas Vacation Nov. 2-Carnival October October October October 26 -Cheer Leaders Election 24-Sr. Class Pictures 12-Freshman Initiation 6-H. S. Day at I. U. September 7-Fall Semester Began L mf Q if 1' w 'K Qi 2 5 inlnlurs xp I VV nhl Q X 0 Qgwa Tom Black Presrdent Patty Manrnng Secretary Marranna Huber Treasurer Wanda Weaver Vtce Presxdent llllltmt at "'T"T"" 111- FIRST ROW Mr DeMunbrun Jeanette Adams Kathleen Serfert James Woodworth Anna1eeMussman Trm Swegman Ray Keuthan Jrm Kuhns Mary Ahce Raesener Tom Black aECOND ROW Slurley Dorrel Mananna Huber Helen Ortel Nancy Mangold Wanda Weaver Marilyn Jo Hopper Jeannette Curry Patty Manmng Janet Lantz O , , 2 5 . 2 dd .I .' , R - . 1 'I gp R h X 5 ill ' - " "iw:-' Y if? J S ' M filfutfif i M L J 541+ . .,aa .,a-,.t,,,-t,,,,,,-,,,,, ' 3 , - 1 5 I .5 : X1 . A - I by I A Q ' K f A I , J Af J 4 f I .' 'Y - 4 f I I, 4 . Snfllunllul E5 , f ' Nw ix iff Q Q? 56644 'T' Iliff E X, O 5 ' Mary Bundy Secretary Vern1ceMearling President Cecerlra Lease Vice President Shrrleyjohnson Treasurer FIRST ROW Mr McNamara Billy Daugherty Harry Ellis Jack Dennemann Lee Endsley Joe Henvon SECOND ROW Bill Morrison Phillip Pike Phyllis Pike Lula Belle Sleeth Janett Settles Norman Gambrel Ioan Vahle Bob Dye Cecerla Lease Danny Davidson Don Utr THIRD ROW Carolyn Bowles Sue Holden Georgia Bamard Beulah True Delores Farmer Mary Bundy Raymond Means Shirley Johnson Ruth Ann Rosenbaum Jerry Grissom Vemrce Mearhng Maryellen Folkemng John Brown, Bob Dennemann, Melvin Curry, Billy Carter, Phyllis Kleiman il-11:5I1111f11 C gow 1 X J' 5 Q X ? ea hmen 5644 Tom Brewer Secretary Amella Kmg Vrce Presrdent Paul Klexman Presrdent Barbara Bundy Treasurer lLl T FIRST ROW Mr Terwrllmger She1laFaub1an Jacquelme Burns Lucrlle Spencer Jack Wrlson Carl Rrddle BxllyCra1g Rrchard Young Tom Brewer Arlene Woodworth SECOND ROW Joanne Harvey Amelra Krng Paul Klerman Helen Alfke Ellen Moeller Katherxne Cook Ruth Whrtesrde Jerry Keuthan Asa Burkett THIRD ROW Davxd Henderson Patty McCreary Paul Holden John Kennedy Darlene Dtllon Frank Copeland Melvln Bland Barbara Bundy Bernard Serfert Arthur Short ' I s Y ' or I v A 2 1 - - - T. , ll 5 ' I s f 'll Q h -L L , .A V 9 X a - ' 'I ' -N 9' , , A "'.'f-uf .: 5, - 'U 5 . b '. ' . . . V . Qlrirnfil EHUQIUU s ilu Melvm Roesener Vrce Presrdent Bob Esarey Presrdent and Peggy Dye Secretary and Treasurer l Flrst lbw M1SSN1Ch01SOU Shlrley Abbott Wayne Brosrer Carl Settles Melvxn Roesener Ervm Colestock Dav1d Mangold Ralph Wrtte Don Dennemann Larry Wray John Shaw Mardena Colvm Second Row Steve Utt Peggy Dye Brlly Draper Margaret Abel Tommy Wrllrams Marlene Sleeth Barbara Noeltrng Ruth Bamard Jerry Ellrs Bob Esarey Carolyn Ostermyer Earl Cam Q . S1 ,O 3 - .1 4 ! ,nl ' ' . K ,xg f 331' -5 Q - Y I A M U 5 r S S aural is A H . 1. el . K . A 1 J .ilk ' I " Q X ' X ' ' ' 1. A B fl A ,F . gjriimhllm ram ram 6 Al -lf fy X Y Howard Ledford Treasurer Jrmmre Sanders Vrce Presxdent Tod Nerdhammer Presrdent and Jerry Hunt Secretary rf- We A A ug: lm If Y so-4 'hd' 5 lk! Fmt Row Mrss Thralls Thomas Barnes Rex Smrth Conme Drllon Howard Ledford Kay Lesh Brlly Brenton Tod Ne1dhammer Donna Carter Laura Lou Heppner Shuley Adams Second Row Raymond Copeland Ronald Willrams hmmxe Sanders Larry Woodworth Eddre Wheeler Sandra Mrller Wayne Mathers Susan Tegge Larry Fox Wayne Leach Larry Rrddle Thxrd Row Max Lantz Phylhs Smxth LaDonna Settles Sandra Ellrs Jeny Hunt Janet Kay Webb Larry Lrttle Billy Short Kay Robertson Ronald Davrdson and Joyce Bundy N , , 1 L 1 W . ,- 1 d' N f n . C' fm ' W " , I N K Ls 9 X I fp 1 r F' -Y -S , ' ,yr up he - ,. y R X elf' .1 i N I x ,fx Q x. , L H. ll 1 ,. "' 4 L 1 - 'fr' X - d , I - b J ffl, . .- . ,. ,..', ' v u 44 s ' 4' J ,X r F- r -, .flu A " 1' , , -.- . J lvl! uf' r 1 Q- A' 'Vi' Fin? Y Q ' . W- f"'4C ' 4 . 3 rx .- iq w . grarr rr y, 1 S 4 - L r- , GR DE - , . -......g FIRST ROW: Marcella Farmer, Robert Conner, Wayne Gordon, Donald Henderson, Georgia Daugherty, Danny Brenton, Nina Kliene, Mary Lou Wheeler, Bryston llolden, Mr. Cones SECOND ROW: Edward Eikman, J. D. Hartly, David Palmer, Judy Grissom, Patty Crook, Janet Jacobi, Sue Cain, Susie Utt, David Smith. THIRD ROW: Charles Wood, Thomas Pierson, Maxine Hutton, Earl Poe, Michael Wright, Ierrel Shaw, Donna Short, Robert Robertson, Robert Lease, Edith Glassing, Isabelle Brewer 'r GH IIE 0 1 211,500 D I his-x 1. "a."'f FIRST ROW Karen Pike Douglass Herron Mar1lynK1ssel Larry Douglas Reba Abbott Isabel Lopez Manford Franke Louis Lopez Marvin Dorrel Joann Griggs Mrs Lantz SECOND ROW Sara Sutton Billy Sleeth Ann Williams Steven Helm Harry Short Dian Sinders Joyce Bowles James Carter William Gambrel Chester Dillon THIRD ROW Carolyn Wilkins Virginia Brosrer Charles Boots Marilyn Ostermyer Richard Wyatt Barbara Settles, Carol Berg, John Seifert, Sherry Wood, Jerry Fox FOURTH ROW: James Utt, Norma Wood, Charlene Shaw, John Esarey, Marie Borgmann, Mildred Borgmann, Marilyn Borgmann, Diana Toth, Debbie Pierson, Jackie Davidson, Carol Sleeth "l???f?f f '?'ll?l,ll!llltlllHl GRADE "" ' --------V--ff -'H ""' T'?7-YT 4 V 'l?'E3lil.Ll!Ll qszas- -Je Nalf' e-emu .rife 1 'll' I I 1 5. . ,fig i nr, FIRST ROW: Micheal Bland, Richard Dye, Sanford Klein, Tommy Utt, Dana Lee Boots, Harry Gundrum, Carolyn Colvin, lbbert Grigsby, Francis Roesener, Mari Jo Crooke, Mrs. McNamara. SECOND ROW: Harold Dean White, Troy Abbott, Micheal Harrington, Larry Lease, Sheryll Widvey, Caryll Widvey, Sue Ann Basey, Karen Baker, Judy Farmer, Jerry Bracken. THIRD ROW: Vicky Boring, Carolyn Seifert, Thelma Bowles, Tommy McNamara, Eugene Bland, Philip Price, Susan Trees, Karen Lesh, Jacqueline Keuthan, Charles Elrod. HAIIE :Q 5. A n YW ...att 11 ,J - 5 'sa ,E , 1-'.l Lila R:-sri: -"' X "1-I slr" l I '-Q4 if if f- f ' ' 1 ,.q.-v-q-Y-v-Y-w-- au' 5- FIRST ROW: Tyler Wyatt, Jackie Carter, Karen Faubion, Linda Schenck, Dorothy White, David Jessop, David Charnstrom, Johnny Bundy, Tommy Kincaid, Bill Kissling. SECOND ROW: Rita Kennedy, Teddy Eikman, Charlene Ostermyer, Ruth Ann Shaw, Jack Frey, Douglas Faubion, Joyce White, Carole Price, Judith Frakes, Georgia Gunn, Miss LaDonna Swain. THIRD ROW: Virginia Gonzales, Tucker Wright, Carolyn Jean Wilkins, Christine Merlau, Lowell Wilkins, Marilyn Atherton, Joe Nichols, Ginger Limbach, Lewis Snider, Tommy Martin, Monte Mattingly. GR DE db his Q, x FIRST ROW: Wendell Wood, Tommy Beasley, Stevie Schlosser, Carol Jacobi, Benny Lopez, Jerry Shaw, Patty Settles, Alma Moeller, Miriam Neidhamer, Tracy Hutton, Mrs. Wheeler SECOND ROW: Patricia Blackford, Dave Gundrum, Dickie Richwine, Judy Palmer, Carol Kissel, Margaret Burroughs, Mary Bowels, Donald Wheeler, Pat Harrington, Margaret Conner THIRD ROW: Billy Snodgrass, Kathleen Wood, Carol Glassing, Janet Baker, Jimmy Roberts, David Basey, Emma Lou Kleine, Suzanna Kisxling, Donna Lowe, Sue Chamstrom, Judy Modlin. TRADE F: 4 1 l l ' f I --f f-r-Q-y-.Y.f-r'v- V I f ...Q --. - v-.--.----V .... ,. .--ff.-4-Q-v-v - v-.4-,......i1-v--1' ...-- . .-4 -.-qu-um :Illf ZQW: Je-e . 'Z-' fu' 4.11" Fa, Ye-"4' Y."1a '0".'+:.e,., 73, 9a"'f M45 :l,:,9'L. ju.:-v L4-"e"P ' e-1: 'ff' Ze, 1' 'J Vita L ?a-.z E.a'.f4'.': 1-0:1 L,-',,uLa 'x,'.":f 2If,',!-'L IIN: Lava. E-h".e,- La'.'- Lzafl- La- 2 31' Jia' ' 1 Pa' 'H' 33" ' 1 ,iq-'V Ay,-,,f,g,f 'ann 1-7.4-v, Gfffrge "Je,-, Lani 2.11 TP-291, Kid: Eafzaw n"1A ?au1r.'a H". Pai' 14 A'-an h",'.f 'l"1,f: I1 1 f 5wv'G: 11,4 ','.yu,,, Luujg ki-r".v." ' "" - 'N6""t' '.-Q La.-t"1 'L-1 ff" the" ' 'l".'v . , J I , - . GRADE Tllllifllflllll l l milf!f,QQlQ.ll'lfl'llW,l'lAlllfl Qmgfjt-Hi ii iv " ww o ' ' -J l . .-.- Q2 FIRST ROW: Don Cook, Victor Bardonner, Robert Gonzolas, Judith Grabhom, Stephenie White, David Espich, James Locket, Beverly Elrod, Danny Ledford, Billy Ostermier, Georgia Bundy, Mary Bardonner SECOND ROW: Carolyn Merritt, John Crooke, Sandra Hutton, Paul Brewer, Cora Abbott, Mary Kincaid, Danny Copeland, Jimmy Holden, Priscilla Sue Dillon, Billy Fox, Deane O'Dell Lutheran chool his 'iii' .45 IE' tit fi ff? -S!! F5 C5 fjFg?f42rf5r3 FRONT ROW Conrue Moeller Richard Dost Dennrs Wood Bllly Raesner Prlscrlla Young Stanley Moeller Charles Shultz Rxchard Snyder Harold Klexman Martha Laufer lanetOrte1 Carol Barthel Dorothy Rugenstem Sharon Ortel SECOND ROW Marvrn Ortel Rrchard Moeller Rudy Rugenstem Gerald Klelman James Snyder Vemon Klerman Billy Wexdenhaupt M1chae1Barthel Marcxa Dost Beverly Roesner Gale Kletman Larry Ortel Marllyn Moeller Judxth Kleiman Patr1c1aOrtel Janet Wood THIRD ROW Robert Shultz Norman Laufer Davld Treteman John Ortel Kenneth Ortel George Klerman Ir Donald Morris Delores Rugenstexn Elinor Bruns Evelyn Klexman Joan Folkenrng Mr Rlchard Berk and Mr Rrchard Reese Y I ,nine '."',' ' ' ' HA' " xi ,. L,if+1,'- ,if ' ff., -fs,wHH 55+ L twffvrfft if-' - rffffwff . fwaffwfg I 'A l awfrffff A - affair L 'J ix ze' 5 Q -,.,j,,',. " -- 5. . ' v Q., T2 fl I".:'.T R .k. h . - 5 ' . ' f If U I I I I Y ' : I I - ' I 1 I Zxlftllll ufw Q 6t0 C? A 547 my C aualnn gfllalff "1 Y' S Donald Moeller Busrness Manager Charlene Webb prodmuon Edrtor Drxte Bruee Edrtor In Clucf Margery Ixrue Art Edrtor NF 2 Aver1l Lease Norma Elhs Carole Schwxer Judy Gundrum Donald Moeller Charlene Webb Drxre Bruce Margery Krug Marxlyn Dorrel Helen Farmer Jeanne Skrllman Anna Sexfert Donna Sutherland Margxe Klelman Rrchard Short Junror Mattmgly Albert Toth Holhs Kennedy Phrl Wrlson Russel Waterman, Jerry Olrver, Jtm Hammond, Sh1r1ey Helm, Barbara Hawklns, Dons True, Joyce Castleman, Phyllls Sleeth. J1m Bowles, Hollrs Dye, Charles Mrller, Mrs. Hall and Mrss W1ll1s, Sponsors. : 1 , l- t . x lx Y I ff ,X J K K 'l " ' 5' g W - l by .-I- ,4 V - wr ,Ill X .. -. X '.-'--i'f: vs-'W .A r'---- ""'1 .- . r-- -..-........f Q 1 B 94 f , ' ,, V. . " 'X -41 ' Ax- L I i ' N I . 5 ky x If 4- X 1 Hi mm ,gifafif DORIS TRUE Productron Manager CHARLENE WEBB Busrmss Manager PHIL WILSON 8L JERRY OLIVER Co Edrrors MARIANNA HUBER Assernbhng Managnr DONNA SUTHERLAID Asst Productron Manager DIXIE BRUCE Crrculauon Manager Psp' 4 Ulufil HQ EDITORIAL AND PRODUCTION STAFF I. I' - tow , .. E I , -A . . Q 1' 4 - ' , 1 r I S 2' J 5 V P U 4. - 6 F' 'N 1 - -f "V-if 1 :I 1 r ' V F 'Q'-4' f I ' 'h I 41' ' ' ' 5 I I .1 5 , I" ' .35 - f X: 4, I ' 0 ' x QQ es 2 Q 6:5 fit ?: ee et ta E75 F'-:S Q te 28 W-Liv 4 F H R, 1 D , T . I ' A . Q f I l . - V I f I .V V 8 1 X V I 'QI . -6, is ' Q . A n 3 4 f Q ' j 34- , gf V - mafia -.rv -w P cis . , L,,-'1 W 5 I V .. 40 ,, 1 'P 1 . ' I ' -1. u i' Q 1 f .5 ' f ' ' 'A J ad ' A' 1- X u H Y t , Ah . i ,' ,E qi " Y' 'fl , :' . -7' F -a I . I l V 1 . 1 ,- .gfe .t , . . ,W 4. or I Nh 431. '4 3, SEATED Tom Black Janet Lantz STANDING Helen Ortel Nancy Mangold Patty Mant Ing Ray Keuthan Martanna Huber Jeanette Adams Mary Alrce Raesener 'I'1m Swegman Annalee Mussman Tom Grtssom Kay Embry Shrrley Dorrel Jeannette Curry Wanda Weaver James Kuhns Senator Qfllatsa EJDMQ FIRST ROW Donna Sutherland, Margery Krug, Anna Seifert. Carole Schwrer, Judy Gundrum, Averrl Lease. SECOND ROW Charles Mrller, Hollxs Kennedy, Helen Farmer, Dons True, Norma Jean Elhs. Margte Klerman, Jrmmy Hammond, Joyce Castleman. THIRD ROW Charlene Webb, Russel Waterman. FOURTH ROW Ph11 Wtlson. Don Moeller, Albert Toth. ABSENT DIXIE Bruce, Betty StaPP. Jeanne Slullman, Phyllis Sleeth. Sik1t11bw11ilQUn1tu1ru1rinll 4 SEATED Mrss Martha Wrllts Patrrc1aMann1ng Russel Waterman Tommy Black Mr DeMunbrun Kay Robertson STANDING Mr Carl Wrlson Eddre Wheeler Bob Barey Paul Klerman Averrl Lease Bxlly Carter Mardena Colvm Srummshnne Qfllxullbw SEATED Arlene Woodworth, Helen Alfke, Beulah True, Janett Settles, Geraldxne Gnssom, Avenl Lease, Drxre Bruce, Kay Embry, Jacquelxne Burns, Ruth Ann Rosenbaum, Mrss Betty Thralls. STANDING Lucrlle Spencer, Georgxa Bamard, Delores Farmer, Sheha Faubxan, Joanne Harvey, Darylene Dilhon, Cecerlra Lease, Anna1eeMussman, Phyllrs Klerman, Mary Martha Bundy, Sue Holden, Joyce Castleman, Phylhs Sleeth, Katherme Cook, Barbara Bundy, Norma Ellrs, Betty Stapp. 0' g A .. L , , .WA A 1 , ,B . .- 1 f " .l Q .Q fm' N W ,ft 43615 2 A A V ig , ii,i42f1. Ai T tk Sr . A " f ' X - i 1 5 I .. 4, , -I , 'I , ' 1 . 7-J: -' x in x A 4 . QFHHHHEEQHLCQE irq 'ba 6 A 2 Luc1l1e Spencer Helen Alfke Don Utt Danny Davrdson Delores Farmer Sue Holden Marye1lenFolken1ng Janett Settles Beulah True Lulu Sleeth Geraldrne Grrssom Helen Ortel Qyfflllflli Simi-liilf SENIORS Anna Serfert, Judy Gundrum, Charlene Webb, JUNIORS Mananna Huber, Wanda Weaver Marxlyn Hopper and Prrncrpal Carl H Wrlson. 6 -. . 0' I I - .L . 1 lf lf, ,I l .4 o . d 9 ' V J-,gi XP Q I 6' ' ,,, ... Q' L I x V' w " I X N n r 5 C I Earth Ray Keuthan Marllyn lo Hopper Joan Vahle Janet Lantz Max Lanrz Amelra Kung Phyllls Plke Patrtcta Manntng Ph1lW1lson Tom Wl11l3mS Maryellen Folkemng Ilm Kuhns Nlna Kleme Charlene Webb Mary Alrce Raesener Ellen Moeller Bob Esarey Raymond Means Bull Daugherty Kathleen Serfert Wanda Weaver Thomas Barnes Georgla Daugherty Phyll1sKle1man Mr Charles Geyer and Phxllp Plke fllmmnnlr' 'ggillllb Q 0 ll V -:JD 7 x' Eg ny' we Norma Wood Chester Dtllon Ronald Wtllrams Robert Connor D anne Stnders Susan Trees Janet Kay Webb Donna Short Carolyn Serfert Joyce Bowles Isabelle Brewer Phxllls Snarth Sanford Klerne Thomas Barnes Charles Boots Helen Alfke Eugene Bland ln' Ltt stephen Heln' 'vlr Charles Geyer Larry Wray and Carolyn Sue Cam 1 6 ps K A I f fy I 0 5 " 4 , , , A F X V 'av i K k '. P ': ,, v. sw 1 h A f T , , gl A if ' ' , 1 ' ' KSJIQZ-l sls- sf- f A I . fl .,,. , 'Q '- T V A 4 .Ev lgs V x Q ' - 3 Q X- -e:- ' all 'elf A 5 M 3 L, - ' ,M F " l ' ft 3. H: ' 1 R . an 4 ' , 'Z if '. " Us if ' Q- -if "' vi " 1. S-Q V s -' Q, A - 7' . . 2 QHTLUFMSJ rw A ,-ggi, no-O00 ll.. Kay Embry Jeanne Sklllman Janet Lantz Patncta Mannrng Mr Charles Geyer Norma Jean Ellrs Judy Gundrum Averxl Lease Nancy Mangold Jeanette Adams Annalee Mussman Jeannette Curry Ruth Ann Rosenbaum Mary Bundy Vemtce Mearhng Helen Farmer Donna Mane Sutherland Margre Kleiman Cecellra Lease Phllhp Prke Harry Ellrs Brlly Daugherty Lee Endsley J1m Woodworth Trm Swegman Phrl Wtlson and Jerry Olrver 'llmugllhtm month Susan Krsslmg, Carol Glassrng, Alma Moeller, Margeret Conner, Carol Jacobr, Patty Settles, Tracy Hutton, Donald Wheeler, Dxckle Rrchwrne. Kathleen Wood. Marram Nerdhamer, Brlly Snodgrass. and Davxd Basey. Mary Bowles, Emma Lou Klexne, Donna Low, Benny Lopez, Wendell Wood, Davrd Gundrum, Mrs. Wheeler, Steven Scholsser, Patrrcra Blackford, Jane Marry. Judy Modlln, Sue Charmstrorm, and Judy Palmer, leader. 9 -- Q an 1 ,fl Q, X , Q igs . ,Q .w , 1 'V 1 F se-- : n r, ,4 ,Q- . . J, . s I, ' J. -F - 1 I- , iglelnimg flinnbg COOKS Mrs. Marie Kennedy, Mrs, Georgia Palmer, and Mrs. Josephine Means. IANITORS I ' '- BUS DRIV ERS Lil ., fx ..PI 4 .,.,- ' Y r-'f '- Mr Carl German Mr Boone Corbrn N ,W George Hinds Paul Dodd Walter Ortel Roy Faut Paul Brrles Erwrn Kottlowskr Robert Kottlowskr. Wrllram Mathers. ......w fb xo 9 T T I IV C Z' E 'Q 'S ,EQ ry' S 'ff Guess 5 NPR 'fq U50 X.,-I X We 'Nl' X 0. E X 7 A ? s Qqaefgi ,fpoyfage I 2' wi Lxlff X9 Gu2S'Sl-Juv" 5 Tk P Na'-S Go gy Vngf A LP-7 'mgfkprhood' 1 V, -AJ , L 0 aferj I F' ,X K Js L - 5' Q, 1 Ji 1 X F4jff7fjHl'jf7! -.L- l if "L HB 17 es, C19 'A r'P3.k', A nf' -x 'PAF-If X ma V5 N w ' ' ' g ' , 5, X 'Q ' V W Q n - - 616 553552 ,. :' "-, . xx A fl Ebay. .8 1 i ' ' 3' U X : : - f K A 6: ' X! sv - x 1 A X .9 E n. ' , Mk L TkaTs TLP Nu U ! 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N Q U .. 1 -. ,4 3 X' ,I K A .A al xy as ' f . ' ii! . , A 4 1 v fl C- C 4' Z Q k Al x s xv I ' ,k r"'Nr ' l, ' 1 K x 1' X l A 1 ,Y I : W A I Q , , -5' ' f- X.. . Z, 'X q - S. U -ff B J 'Tx -Q, - K . B Q " Coach William McNamara, Asst. Coach Wallace Cones, Bill Carter, Junior Mattingly, Bob Dye, Albert W H' .. g.4 f 'Ubi'-4 ' . W W 42' W , R A I z 1- I 1 ff 4 5 1 f 1 4 V we,- w 2 ' ' . ' ., 'Fx ' 'I' -I ' ' I :' " 4 I tif L: . 1 X -X X - I 4 M ,A sn 1 :Q K ' la . ' ' r N . I v x I j -f ,- , N , 'Y .y - p, at Q s . FS . I my . 3, B '- - Q hwr www 'x 1 N Mananna Huber Janet Lantz Amelxa Kmg and Shuley Johnson ti Coach, Wxllxam McNamara, student manager, Ph111pW11son, Asst Coach Wallace Cones 57 ., ' ' fl Jig- 2 c'.. 4 -.iff Q . F r 1 .4 K ' 1 ' A , l N 'ji f v -"" A c, he ,-1 1 1 - x M ... 7"w Cy -1 5 - l x X' q 4 Y- K X ha RID wr A an 'ds Wim -4 1 RAN MUND Nb. BIL1 X H JACKIE TIM BOBBY 43 Q? 'v x 1' X X J ll, Vs H , F s 1 Q ftnumnrmzeg gnupg 5-Il ,,.-1-4 agllwilhallll Qiynfam M 1 'U FIRST ROW Albert Toth Junior Matungly Bob Dennemann Russel Waterman T1m Swegman Hollls Dye SECOND ROW -Coach B1llMcNama1'a Bobby Dye hm Bowles Bxlly Carter Ray mond Means Asst Coach Wallace Cones Q' mm FIRST ROW Bllly Daugherty Drck Young Asa Burkett Carl Rrddle Bernard Serfert Paul Brewer SECOND ROW Paul Klerman Brlly Carter Jack Wrlson Lee Endslev Bobby Dye Raymond Means Mr Wallace Cones jrulmnw hgh Qfeam FIRST ROW Bob Esarey Todd Ne1dhammer Melvrn Roesner Eddre Wheeler Rex Smlth SECOND ROW Ronme Davxdson Larry Lmle Mr Wallace Cones Tommy Wxlhams Max Lamz . f " 't ' 53" S I LA. I 1 5 s A N. N' ' ' -.I K' "s, , s 1 47 G FQJA ' ' N- - I , : A . A - " . . f X f - Y 4 mawba realm KA Q I Juni Yrrst Row Jaek Wrlson jun Bowlcs Bob Dcnnenrann Russel Waterman Trm Swegman Ho1l1sDye Second Row Paul Ixlcrrrran Brllx Carter Jnnror Mattrngly Albert Toth Bobby Dye Jerry Keurhan fe' af drank beam Q-8 -.,-.au-up Frrst Row 11m Bowles, Brlly Carter, Txm Swegman, Russel Waterman, B111 Morrrson, Bobby Dye. Second Row Coach McNamara, Holhs Dye, Harry Elhs, Ph11 Wrlson, hm Hammond,Juu1or Matungly Raymond Means. , - 1 J v . , AUM- . - 4 if H , l fy lk AI! K uf, 1 A Y r-f .. x - 1 ' , I 1 Xxj Y , bi? R. ,- 1 , B bi , 1 v ' f 'if 1 - 5 P ,. 1. . E . fyr I xx Q1 X Q . - f A' N f f ' 1 xv . - vf f x ,f 1 X x 1 , . ' 13 , L ' , Z' nm' J- 1 'gf' wx Q '52 ' Vis . Qty Jgx 1. " AC -S, 4 A I , " : ' . V . . . ' . ' ' 1 ' ' . ' I' . ' ,HA . , . , A ...-..:...5a..zf4.' -L " ...bssevi A I,.-.,..-... I. 2 A . 'ui . , I . , 1 , tt. 'V - ' , , K , I H as 3 aslkreilllavfamll ills one fum Nov Nov 9 Nov 16 Nov Nov ec Dec CC an all Ian New Palestme opened therr hardwood season wlth the MAXWELL Lnons on the Dragon s home floor N P won the hard fought game 40 to 32 Hrgh scorer was Bob Denne mann wxth 17 followed by Mattrngly with 14 New Palestme traveled to MCCORDSVIILE for therr second encomter of the year racklng up a close 36 to 34 battle Hlgh scorer was Swegman wxth 14 followed by B Dennemann w1th 9 New Palestme met thexr flrst defeat of the season from a powerful MORAL Hawk team by a close 47 to 45 decxsron Thxs game was played before the largest basket ball crowd ever to attend a game at New Palestme Scormg honors went to Junlor Matttngly wlth 22 poxnts followed by Hollrs Dye and Bob Dennemann wrth 9 pomts each Playmg the tallest team from Shelby County WALDRON the New Palestme quln tette met therr second strarght defeat of the season by a 46 to 42 defeat The leadxng bucket bangers for N P were Mattmgly wxth a total of 19 followed by Dye wlth 11 Cox led the Mohawks wrth 17 The fast five from New Palestme Hxgh frnally came back xnto the wlnmng column by trouncrng the WILKINSON Bulldogs by a score of 45 to 30 Thls game was played followed by B Dennemann and Dye wrth 9 pomts each New Palestme traveled to therr nerghborrng nval MT COMFORT The boys from Buck Creek Townshrp just drdn t have the stuff to keep up wrth the Dragons Lead mg scorer was Mattrngly wlth 14 followed by Dye wlth 10 The FAIRLAND Homets tumed the tables on the local qurntette after N P had lost a 10 potnt halftrme lead The game was played very slowly and the freld goal aver ages went way down Hrgh scorer was Srlls wrth 13 followed by Mattrngly and Dye wlth 12 and 11 pomts respectrvely The Dragons extended therr wrnnrng ways to SIX stratght games by beatrng the FRANKLIN TWP Flashes 64 to 57 The game was called very closely and the nets were well used by both teams Mattlngly led the Dragons wxth 22 Carpenter led the Flashes wrth 23 The Dragons traveled to CARTHAGE to meet t.he1r fourth defeat of the 1951 and 52 season The Dragons were completely outplayed by the R31dCl'S and defeated by a 51 to 46 score Scormg honors went to C Roland w1th 18 pomts followed by H Dye wrth 15 The New Palestme Dragons were crowned 1952 Hancock County Champrons It had been seven long years smce N P had won First the Dragons knocked the WILICIN SON Bulldogs out of the running by a 49 to 36 score Next came McCORDSVlLLE whom the Dragons defeated 40 to 36 Then came the champlmship game ln whrch the Dragons took the top honors from CHARLOTTESVILLE Eagles by a score of 54 to The County Champs thoroughly trounced the MAXWELL Lions 78 to 64 on the Lrons court The Dragons fespecully Jack Dennemann who scored a grand total of 33 pomtsj just couldn t miss the hoop Bamhart was high scoring man for the Llons wtth 24 pomts O 7 X n fi ' 'I I . 1 4 I l , , 1 ' . ! N . 7 h . E . . I . , . 21 ' . . ' j - . 30 . . . . . with great sportsmanlike conduct. Scoring honors went to Mattingly with 18 points, D . 7 ' ' A ' ' ' ' . . . . 17 . ' . . D . 18 ' ' ' A ' , ' I . 4 ' I . 10 ' ' . 11 ' . . . - 12 , , 47. . 16 ' ' Basketball Cunt all 8l'l afl C Fe fl New Palestme extended IIS wrnnlng streak to flve games by trounclng EDEN S Flyers 74 to 29 The New Palestlne coath Wm Mclwamara gave hrs substrtutes a good chance to show therr abxlrty by playrng them throughout the game Htgh man was B Dennemann wrth 17 followed byj Dennemann and Dye wlth 18 each The Dragons made IIS seventh straxght vxctory by defeatlng the CHARLOTTESVILLE Eagles 54 to 47 Thrs was one of the roughest games all year and rr was played be fore the largest crowd breaklng the recent Moral record The leadlng bucket anger for N P wasl Dennemann wrth 23 polnts followed by Mattlngly wlth 15 The Dragons traveled to ST PAUL to wm thelr elghth stralght vrctory by trlmmlng the Saxnts 60 to 52 The game was very slow and the OfflCl3lS were very poor Le ad mg scorer was Mattingly w1th 17 followed by a player from St Paul wlth 14 The Dragons were stunned by a powerful MORAL Hawk team takxng a laclng at the tune of 51 to 35 The boys just couldn t cllck and proved no competltlon for the Shelby Co Champs Scormg honors went to Mohr of Moral w1th 25 followed by Mattlngly wlth 12 N P H S dropped the second ln a row Weakened by slckness the Dragons were unable to cope wrth the fast breakrng hard playlng GREENWOOD team Scormg CHAMPS BANQUEI' JM On January 19th tn honor of the 1952 Hancock County Champs a Vrctory Banquet was held at the Zron Lutheran Audrtonum The program mcluded a del1c1ous meal served by the Zlon Ladres Ald to a crowd of 175 loyal fans of the New Palestrne Team Entertalnment was furnrshed by the New Palestlne Glrl s Trro xncludrng a specxal dedlcatlon number to the team and an mterestmg address delxvered by Rev H Reed of Noblesvtlle It w1l1 be a long remembered event for the students and communrty of New Palestlne 45 is few Q67- O I . 18 . . , . . U, , I . 25 ' ' ' E F b. 9 I A ' ' b. 18 .... E ' 4 . g ' E honors went to Jr. Mattingly with 14. ' I lfflllll A -Q 7 C 01 ?'f 'ESL as 41 5116511514 'sr 3515121515111 ,W O ,. ai Qleetms COUNTY TRACK CHAMPS for SECOND YEAR SCORES of COUNTY TRACK MEET New Palesttne Greenfreld Fortvtlle Mt Comfort Eden Maxwell Bert llutclunson set a new county and lugh school re cord rn the 100 yd dash at 10 7 seconds hm Bowles repeated lus county and hrgh school record tn the hxgh Jump at 5 11 The 1X2 mrle relay team set a new hrgh school record of 1 40 1 The team was composed of Junlor Mattrngly Bobby Dye Dave Johnston and James Hammond WON 6 LOST 1 Apnl Apnl Apnl Apnl Apnl Apnl Mt. Comfort Marklevtlle Maxwell Greenf1eld Frankhn wp Fatrland Pendleton Fortvrlle Greenfteld Other records set throughout the season were 220 yd dash tn our lu h school by Bert Hutchrnson Clyde Stapp set a new hr h school record for the mtle at 5 02 9 Two ot r school records were hrgh Letter wtnners for the year of 1951 were Bert Hutchmson Russell Waterman Jtm Bowles Clyde Stapp Norman Woodworth Junxor Matttngly Dave Johnston Trm Swegman Bobby Dye and Hollrs Dye BASEBALL RHIORD 50 51 McCordsvr11e Fortvrlle Wrlkmson Mt. Comfort Maxwell Pxtcher s Records Them urs Maruugly Swegman W L. 1 0 Batttng Average B111 Momson Hollts Dye Jumor Matttngly Trm Swegman Bob Dennemann Tom Gnssom Jerry Olxver B111 Carter hm Bowles Bobby Dye Ave N . P . ' ' 78 ' 58 . 42 . . . 41 ' , , . 4 2 . . . N. P. 1 4 48 81 u 10 ' 83 46 14 n 17 5 115 U 20 ' 42 51 ' 44 A 23 ' T . 46 112 60 112 ' 50 26 ' 46 83 hurdles at 18 seconds by lgrssell Waterman and shot put by Tlm 'Swegman at a distance of 40' 3". ' O ' : A. B. 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