Noblesville High School - Shadow Yearbook (Noblesville, IN)

 - Class of 1940

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" in mu" Q an vm Fwxgfgg A 4 ,mv :gy .- -w ' -34' .335-v,"g-ff ,E ff: if A ' www...-"5 4 1'f'rjgE7' Q 'Q YL ' - " ' 5 "T, , "M-165 -.6 ,Nl 911 'af 14'f"fJ'v' fs- E! I ' P '5 " 2' H53 "if H 3'?,"f" rfjfiiww-'nQiq"' 'E-M 5 f 3? 3" I PTI J VM " JS if?1,giQ,jg ' . L , . U ' 'V LQ is is f+g,y-rg I .-.- 'QL M 355223 5,-A ,u....-wr U - . - ,fi M 'L -F. A gg i "ff ,Sf 3. H,-H The SLQJQU, Athletics - - - Calendar ..... Clubs ..... Dedication -- Faculty .... Freshmen -- Iuniors .... Scholarship - School Board Seniors ..... Sophomores ..- 1939 f' 1.940 Published by the Senior Class Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page N OBLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA Qwmfz9 ,LL or-' ' I -52442 X0 0' .,s'7"'!lFQ A " H I W Ng,-,4! Q C a -,J X ,X Q . 'Q f 95? 'QQ W4 o I 0 mga ef f ir ,OO 6 I va ,-O 9,0 'a ' if iiq?iL?'El TO YOU- FELLOW STUDENTS--A WE PRESENT THE 1940 SHADOW-ff A RECORD OF THE YEAR'S ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES. MAY THE SPIRIT OF IRREPRESSIBLE YOUTH SHOWN ON THESE PAGES BE YOURS THROUGH THE YEARS. Come on our! The Pcxqe Two School Board in Se ssion. TO YOU ff ADMINISTRATORS, TEACHERS, AND PATRONSA WE PAUSE IN APPRECIATION OF YOUR DESIRE FOR CLOSER RELATIONSHIP IN PROMOTING ALL THAS IS BEST FOB OUR WELFARE PW- PM IO 5 ux'Xd9Y UCD! Tea' IVIother's Teo-E. L. C. X j NXIXTTXE PANT NobXe-sv Ne Xub Q oi qxds ok Que VBXS Qoeees, Xn os Qne EV6YN1xDOdYI'5 Lonesome C . r nxernbev-5. Nksfreo bkne-5 Xteoxor ok Gkds kn Qne of on nown oi ion os D kob ooo o now Y. Vooco Xmed 7 oedb 'iwenw-me yeors bkqb C5obooX orqonkzeo wbok Ks 'Ybe Cbxb woe onoex Kbe oneobon ok o , woe one oi Kbe xnexnber-5. Sbe woe Xokex oooo bXqb ecbooX ond boa seweo Xn Xbok oopooxw exnoe XQA . " lkonk Meme oe ebe boa been know n ko Xbe QXYXS wbo bove owen eobooX ix oyn xbox mine on, boa sew eo KdvCnXnXb1, wkkbouk onq coynpeneonon, Qne-se Kwenw-Xwe qeor-5. Nkbonqb sbe bore Qne une ok " Ixonk Moxie ' -5-be bo-5 ookeo xn xbe oopooxw ok "fno'Cnex" Ko neorbf NI o kbonsond qids wbo bove been fnernbere oi E. L. C. on wbo bo-5 so COQOXOXNI seweo bex coynfnnnibf we prondbl deox- ono wi-ab 'sox ber Qne beak Xbox bie rnoq bove an skore. NN OYYX Odoxrl , 'Yo o AO 'Sb CGK6 Kbe XQ Pu Q9 Three CALENDAR Sept. 8 First day of school. 15 Millers open football season. Victory over Warren Central. 19 Iunior class organizes. 20 Booster Club formed under guidance of Mr. Bust. 26 First P. T. A. meeting. 27 Seniors give orientation program for Freshmen. 30 Senior class elects officers for year. Oct. 2 Seniors give program before P. T. A. 6 Millers celebrate victory over West- field with bonfire on Court House corner. 10 Home Boom 5 throws party in cafe- teria. ll Style-show in assembly. 17 Senior football boys lose to 1940 squad. Home EC. Club holds initiation. 18 Commissioner Trester of I. H. S. A. A. gives talk on streamline sportsman- ship. I 20 Home Rooms 3 and 4 have party in cafeteria. 23 Iames W. Cory reads original poems to student body. Basketball practice starts in gymnas- ium. 24 E. L. C. party. Senior's experiment in chemistry lab. results in minor explosion. 25 Senior class sponsors all school mixer. 26 State Teacher's lnstitutehschool out! 30 Ghosts have dress rehearsal. Nov. 2 Annual Staff has picture taken. 6 Boys' Booster Club gives benefit ball game. 7 Program given in observance of American Educational Week. 10 All High School P. T. A. party. Page Four ll Schools participate in Armistice par- ade. 17 Millers bow to Atlanta in first bas- ketball game of season. 720 Information desk installed by Boost- ers. 21 Home Boom 6 throws a party in Cafe- teria room. 22 Boosters sponsor all 'school social hour. . 23 Thanksgiving Vacation. 28 Mr. Rust sends chicken pox suspects home. Dec. l Agriculture students visit Chicago. 4 "Cn to Iupiter" program in Assembly. 11 Football team banqueted by Mothers. Football awards given in Assembly. 12 Iunior Class presents "Professor, How Could You?" 18 Travis Iones demonstrates his Gyro- scope. 19 Iesus of Nazareth picture shown in assembly. EQL. C. Christmas party. 20 Teachers' party. 22 Booster Club initiation. Christmas vacation. 27 Kiwanis Club feeds football players. 29 Millers astound Indiana Basketball fans with victories over Westfield and Sheridan in 4 team Invitational Tour- ney. A I arg. 3 Richard Biqhtmire, "mathemagician," shows skill with figures. 8 Mr. Rust speaks of Freedom of Amer- ica. 10 fudge Hines talks to Seniors. 17 Bev. G. B. Cameron, American Bible Association, shows two films, "Book of Books," and "Carrie Iacob's Bond." 18 Grace Glick, representative of Mac- Murray College for Women, speaks to Senior girls. 4 CALENDAR 19 Doctor Shanks, and State Board of Health representatives show two films on Tuberculosis. 20 Mr. Knapp becomes a teacher at N. H. S. 24 Mr. Hussey, County Agent O. V. Winks, and G. M. Fryer announce Purdue Short Course. 3l Indiana University Band marches in color film. , Feb. l E. L. C. sponsors radio program, star- ring student irnpersonations. 2 Mr. Zeis shows film on Digestive Sys- tem to Health classes. 5 Quartet from Prentiss Normal and ln- dustrial Institution interpret Negro folk tunes. 9 Film on We Drivers. l2 Appropriate film in observance of Lin- coln's Birthday. 13 Film on Battle of Vincennes. 20 Students attend Kiwanis Minstrel at Diana Theatre. 2l Ben Berg wins County oratorical con- test. 24 Betty McMahon places first in county Latin contest. 26 Film "Touching all Bases" shown to boys. 27 E. L. C. Leap Year Party. World Champion Typist appears be- fore Assembly. 28 Formal Initiation of Freshman into E. L. C.--Mother's Tea. 29 Sectional--pep-session in assembly. Seniors take I, U. examination. Mar. 2 Sheridan wins sectional. 4 Charles Blooah, African prince, tells of iungle life. 6 Ben Berg talks before Kiwanis. 7 Band Concert in High School gym. 8 Iuniors win Inter-Class basketball tourney. ll Rev. Eckerly and Rev. Siske give short talks in assembly. 14 Ben Berg competes in American Le- gion Oratorical contest at Crawfords- ville. 15 Sub Debs swing at Leap Year Dance in K. of P. Hall. 18 Seniors start play try-outs. 21 Home Ec. Club gives play and style show in assembly. Rev. Fisher speaks to student body. Senior play cast. 22 Easter vacation. 25 Seniors leave for Washington. 26 Band gives program in assembly. I. U. Band in Armory. 27 Aloha Baker brings travel pictures to assembly. Apr. 2 American Legion show in gym. 3 Seniors tell student body about Wash- ington trip. 4 Pantomine by E. L. C. 5 Coca Cola film shown. 8 Mr. Watt speaks in assembly. 13 Band goes to Warren Central contest. 24 Lonesome Club Farewell party for seniors. 26 Iunior High School operetta "Choni- ta." P. T. A. Penny Supper in Cafeteria Room. A May 2 Art exhibit in the Cafeteria room. 3 Track meet at Plainfield. 8 Ward School track meet. 10 P. T. A. banquet in Christian Church. 14 Seniors present "Parent's Holiday" at Diana Theatre. 15 Iunior High track meet. 17 Iunior Senior Banquet. 19 Baccalaureate Services for seniors. 24 Commencement. 29 Honor day program. Page Five l. 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Page Six Mr. Lunsford ond Mr. Thornos open up school. Mr. Horqer instructs in Chemistry. School teochers in monthly session. Mr. Rust "ringing the bull." Cftice force ot work. The Coco fomily visits Willidrnsburq. Miss Green. Mr. Kinzer conducts Voccxtionct through Boll Brothers. Mr. Knapp. Miss Wild. Fisherniotn Elliott hos proof. lt Wfrs o lonq, hord Winter. Teotchers' Christrnos porty. Mr. Elliott directs hand. l clcrss ADMINISTRATION As students we seldom come into contact with matters concerning the ad- ministration of our school system. In the past, we have accepted the im- provements in our school without much thought about how or why We were able to have these things. We, as sen- iors, after being in high school four years, have iearned that these im- provements do not just happen. They have been carefully plannedk-but how and by Whom? After a careful investigation, we find that our school is guided by a group of business men who have been chos- en by the city council. There are three men on the school board. They select a man to act as executive officer, known to us as superintendent. The duties of the Board of Education are many. They care for each problem that concerns the school system. Some of the duties of this Board include the employment of teachers, janitors, super- High School Gym. Unit visors, principals, and superintendents: the purchase of all supplies, from coal to laboratory equipment, the provision for the care, the custody, and the main- tenance of all school property. In order to carry out these tasks the Board of Education is divided into three classifications. The president, Mr. Kinz- er, supervises the teaching personnel: the secretary, Mr. Caca, has charge of the buildings and grounds: While the treasurer, Mr. Cottingham, has charge of the finances. Each of these commit- teemen makes a study of conditions and presents them for action to the en- tire Board. Mr. Watt, the superintend- ent, then sees that the decisions of the Board are carried out. Miss Wild has been appointed as clerk, bookkeeper, and office secretary. We wish to thank the administration for making the school a pleasant and wholesome place to spend our school hours. Armory City Library Page Seven - Mr. Ben H. Watt Mr. Archie Kinzer Mr. Clifton Caca Mr. Norris Cottingham Miss Alice Wild Mr, G. S. Rust Mrs. Fred Hines MR. B. H. WATT, Supt. A. B., A. Social Studies. Wabash College, Oakland City College, University of Wisconsin, Indiana State Teachers' College. MR. ARCHIE KINZER President oi the School Board. MR. CLIFTON CACA Secretary of the School Board. MR. NORRIS COTTINGHAM Treasurer ot the School Board. ALICE WILD Secretary. MR. G. S. RUST, Principal A. B., A, M. Social Studies. Central Norman College, Indiana University, Chicago University. Sponsor of Booster Club. MRS. FRED HINES Founder and Director of Everybodys Lonesome Club. MISS MARY CAMPBELL B. S. English. Library Supervisor. Oberlin College, Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University. MRS. MYRLE DIETRICH A. B. English. Speech. DePauw University. Sponsor of Sophomore Home Room 4. Page Eight MISS RUTH ECKERLEY A. B. Art. English. lohn Herron Art Institute, lncliana Central College Ball State Teachers College. Sponsor of Freshman Home Room lfl. MR. WALTER R. ELLIOTT B. M. Music . Christian Choral School, Valparaiso University Central Normal College, Columbia School of Music Arthur lordan Conservatory. Director ot Orchestra, Band and Chorus, MISS ARIEL GREEN A. B. Mathematics. English. Physical Education and Health. Oakland College, Indiana University. Sponsor of G. A. A. MR. CLARENCE C. I-IADLEY, B. S. A, M. S. Vocational Agriculture. Biology. Purdue University. Sponsor of F. F. A., fill Clubs. MR. MARTIN I. HANSEN A. B., A, M. Commercial Studies. Franklin College, Ball State Teachers Columbia University. Sponsor of Freshman Home Room l9. Sponsor of Commercial Club. College MR. WILLIAM T. HARGER B. S., M. S. Mathematics. Butler University, lndiana University, Ball Srate Teachers Colleqe. Sponsor of Freshman Home Room l3. Faculty Man- aqer of Athletics. MR. HAROLD KELLEY A. B. Social Sciences. Indiana State Teachers' Colleqe, Chicago University, Butler University. Sponsor of Sophomore Home Room 5 MH. ALBERT H. KENDALL A. B. History. Physical Elucation, Health and Safety. University or Kentucky, Indiana Unive Sponsor of lunior Home Room 6. Basketball Coach. MR. ROBERT KNAPP A. B. History find lvlathernrilivs. Witterrlferu Colleqe. MISS MARY L. LASHBROOK B. S. Home Economics. Indiana Central Colleqo, Indiana University, University ot Chicago, Sponsor oi llorno Econorniws Club MR. DALE V. SWANSON B. S. A, M. S. Athletic Director. Physical Education. Health and Science. Purdue University, Indiana State Teachers College Football Coach. MR. IOHN W. WILSON A. E.. B. S. in Pcluca Mathematics. Marion College. Indiana University. Soonsor oi Senior Home Rocm 7. Director of Senior Class Activities. Chaperone of the Sr. W'ashinc,Ion Trip. MISS LETHA WOOD A. li. Latin. English. indiana University, Arthur lordon Conservatory American Academy in Rome, University of Vxfisconsrn Middlebury Lanquaae School. Sponsor of Senior Home Room 8. Sponsor oi Romani Hodierni. MR. DONALD M. ZEIS A. B. English. Voccitionril Guidance. DePauw University, Butler University, Penn. State University. Sponsor of Annual Staff. Sponsor of Sophomore Home Room 3. Staqn Manager oi School Plays. Visual Aids Director. TOP ROW Mr. Don Zeis, Mr. Martin llansen, Mr. Harold Kelley, Mr. William Harqer, Mr. Walter Elliott. SECOND ROW Miss Ruth Eckerley, Mrs. Myrle Dietrich, Miss Mary Lashbrook, Miss Mary Camp- bell, Miss Ariel Green, Miss letha Vlfood. FIRST ROW Mr. lolxn Wilson, Mr. C. C. Hadley, Mr. Dole Swanson, Mr. A. H. Kendall, Mr. Robert Knapp. l l . 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 Page Ten This Changing world puzzles lack Wheeler. President Klotz Calls the class signals. Senior group in Washington. The old familiar portals. Konrad and Saramae. See page 40, number 7 and 8. Mary Baker takes time out. Shadow statt in action. Swinging at the Sweater Swing. Sonja Henies fSenior looys sweetheart. The bus for Washirigtori. Konrad Purdyf-with champion eggs from the F. F, A. show. Senior group at the "White House." Vera Conway. lim Epp takes ott. Miss Campbell and part of the senior class. SENIORS Nile are now looking back on a most pleasant experience. Several smiles, several tears, a few hearty laughs have added spice to our high school career. Rather reluctantly we turn over our job as seniors to the Class of 1941. Not so many years ago we trouped into N. H. S., a group of green freshmen ready to "take over" the school. But a few blunders, such as finding ourselves sitting in a senior government class when we were supposed to be solving the mysteries of "x" in the freshman al- gebra class, soon put us in our places, ln our sophomore year it still seemed as if we were just a big group with nothing in particular to do but attend to our school work. Our junior year found us budding in- to important people, for we were al- lowed to organize. We began to fill the class treasury and to plan for big events. We looked toward our senior year with great anticipation. Now, we have reached and complet- ed our duties as seniors. Our last year has been a pleasant and active one. We have taken on responsibilities a little bit heavier than ever before in our school life, and we have profited by our experiences. Only a few months ago we were more than ready for our high school days to be over: but now that the time has come for us to turn in our senior uniforms, we feel a little sadness in our hearts. We leave our post as seniors hoping that those who follow us will have as happy and active times as we have had during our senior year at N. H. S. President, Vice-President Secretary Treasurer, Faculty Spouse: Ioe Klotz 'led Muliery Donna Iarret' Konrad Puidy Mr. Wilson Page Eleven SENIOR BOYS ALMOND. IAMES ' Basketballg2, 3, 47 "N" Club-3, 47 Reception Com. lr. Sr. Prom-3: Sr. Class PlIIY'w'41 Usher Commencementfe 37 Booster Club-4. BAKER, GENE Chorus-l, 37 Band-l7 Latin Club-l7 Hi-Y Club--l, Football-l Mqr.A27 Boys' Glee Club-l, 37 Art Club--47 Annual Staff Artist-4. BEALS, EUGENE Art Club-2, 4. BERG. BEN Latin Club'-li Consulfl: Basketball-27 Pres. Home Room-27 Pres. Ir. Class-37 Annual Staffv47 Band---1. 2, 3, 47 Football--17 Executive Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom-'37 Usher Commencement-35 Rina Comm.-3. CARMEAN. PAUL A Boys' Booster Club-3, 47 Latin Club-2, 37 Student Couu- cil-47 Sr. Class Play+47 Ir. Class Play-37 Usher Com- rnencement-3. CRASK. MARVIN Boys' Booster Club- 2, 3, 4: "N" Club--3, 47 Commercial Club-1, 27 Football-l. 2, 3, 47 Basketball-l, 2, 37 Band-l, 2, 3, 4. DeHART. WILLIAM ' Football-l, 2, 37 "N" Club--3, 47 Chorus-1, 2, 37 Boys' Booster Club-2, 3, 47 Commercial Club-41 Sec, Ir. Class-3. EPP, IAMES "N" Club-3, 4: Basketball'-l, 2, 3, 47 Footballel, 2, 3, 4 EVANS, KEITH Band-l, 27 Football-e3. HILL. EUGENE IOHNSON. IOHN PAUL KLOTZ, IOE Boys' Booster Club ---Z, 3, 47 Latin Club+Z, 37 Consul-27 "N" Club-3, 47 Football?-2, 3, 47 Student Council-37 Sr. Class Play---47 Annual Staff--47 Class Pres.-4. KITTERMAN. ERNEST Hi-Y Club-Al: Latin Clllb--21 Dec. Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom-37 Boys' Booster Club-e47 PTGS.-42 Student Council+47 Board of Control-4: Annual Staff-4. Page Twelve LACKEY. IOE . "N" Club-A47 Football-fl, 2, 3, 47 Latin Clubeel, Z. LACY. ERLE F. F. A.---l, 2, 3, 47 Boys' Booster Club-2, 3, 47 Ir. Class Play-37 Dec. Comm. lr. Sr.-37 Sr. Class Play-ell: Usher Commencement--3. MALDEN. ROBERT Agriculture Club-l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A.-3, 47 Sec.-4. MALES. SAM ' Boys' Booster Club-2, 3, 47 Sec.-47 Latin Club-2, 37 TYQGS.-'31 Dec. Com. Ir. Sr. Prom-37 Annual Staff-47 Home Room Pres.--1, 45 Tr. Ring COmm.-31 Usher Com- mencement--3. MALLERY. TED Football--l, 2, 3, 47 "N" Club-3, 47 Pres.-47 Treas. Home Room-27 Vice Pres. Home RO0m14j Boys' Booster Club-2, 3, 47 F. F. A.-l, 2, 3, 47 Dec. Com. Ir. Sr. Prom-37 Ir. Class Plav-37 Treas. lr. Class-37 Vice Pres. Class--47 Mgr. Basketball--37 Annual Staff-4. MARTIN. LAWRENCE MOSBAUGH. TED Ag. Club--l, 2, 3, 4. POWELL, DONALD Boys' Booster Club-47 Club-3, 4: Football-l, Z, 3. 4: Aq. Club--2, 3. PURDY. KONRAD Board of Control-l7 F. F. A--l, 2, 3, 47 Vice Pres.-- 2, 47 PTGS.-37 Home Room Pres.-2, 37 Treas.447 Yell Leader-2, 37 Football--37 Ir. Class Play-37 Sr. Class Play--47 Treas. Sr. Class-47 Annual Staff-47 Booster Club-3, 47 "N" Club-3, 47 Dec. Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom-3. Ring Comm.-3. PURKEY. IACK Boys' Booster Clubf4: Aa. Clube2, 3. STEHMAN, THOMAS Agriculture Club-l, 2, 3, 47 F. F. A.-4. WHEELER. I ACK "N" Club--3, 47 Football-l, 3, 47 Band-Al, 2, 3, 47 Bas- ketball-3, 47 Latin Club-2, 37 Sr. Class Play-4. YOUNG, IVAN Latin Club-2. Gene Baker Eugene Beals Ben Berg Tames Almond Paul Carmean Marvin Crask William DeHart Iames Epp Keith Evans Eugene Hill Ioseph Klolz Ernesi Kitierman Iohnny Iohnson Ioe Lackey Erle Lacy Sam Mules Robert Malden Ted Mallery Ted Mosbauqh lack Purkey Konrad Purdy Don Powell Tom Siehmnn William Stubbs Iack Wheeler Ivan Young Page Thirteen SENIOR GIRLS BAKER. MARY LUCILLE E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus---l: Girls Glee Club-1: Band-l, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club--3, 4: Home Econom- ics Club-l, 4: Chairman Programs- -4: French Club-2: G. A. A.--l, 2: Sec. Home Room--4: Annual Staff-4. BALDOCK. MARY ELLEN E. L. C.Hl, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics Club-l, 2, 3: Latin Club-3, 4: G. A. A.--l, 2: Student Council--4: Usher Commencement-3. BUTLER. I O Goldsmith, lnd.-l, 2, 3: Noblesville High School: Chorus SS: Latin Club--3: Commercial Club--4: G. A. A.-4: Pres.-4: E. L. C.-3, 4. CARMIN. MARY ELLEN Home Ec. Club-4: G. A. A.el, 3: Usher Commence- ment-3: E. L. C.---l, 2, 3, 4: Dec. Corn. Ir. Sr. Prom-3. CONWAY. VERA McCordsville High School-Al, 2: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.-3, 4: Latin Club-3: Chorus--4: Band-3: Or- chestra--3: Wardrobe Hostess Ir. Class Play--3: Sr. Class Play-4 . GETHA. CHARLOTTE Louisville, Kentucky--1, 2: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.-3, 4: Commercial Club---4: lr. Class Play-4: Sr. Class Play-4: Dec. Comm. Ir. Sr. Promi3. HALSEY. IULIA ANN E. L. C.---l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus-3, 4: Latin Club-1, 2. HANSHEW. DRUZELLA E. L. C.-2, 3: Sec.-l: Treas.-4: Latin Club-l, 2: G. A. A.--l, 2: Library--3, 4: Treas. Home Room-2: Vice Pres. Home Room--3: Chairman Invitation Comm. I. Sr. Prom-3: Usher Commencement-3. HOHL. RITA St. Mary's Academy-l, 2: Noblesville High School: Vice Pres. Home Room-3: Pres. Home Room-3: E. L. C.- 3, 4: Commercial Club-3, 4: Chorus--3, 4: All State Choir-3. HORNE. ESTHER E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus-2, 3: Commercial Club-- 3, 4. IARRETT. DONNA Carmel High School--l: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.-2, 3, 4: Vice Pres. Home Room-2: Latin Club-2: Scribe- 2: 'Vice Pres. Ir. Class-3: Treas. Home Room-- 3: lr. Class Playw3: Library-3, 4: Executive Comm. Ir Sr. Prom-3: Sec. Ir. Class-4: Pres Home Room-4: Annual Staff--4: Sl. Class Playee-4: Ring Comm.-3. IOHNSON. MARTHANN E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Band--1, 2, 3: Home Ec. Club-l, 2, 3, 4: Pres.-4: Commercial Clubv4: G. A. A.-2, 3, 4: Ir. Class Play-v3: Prompter Sr. Class Play-4: Sec. Home EC. Club-3. Page Fourteen LOWE. ELIZABETH Shortridge High School-l: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.H2, 3, 4: Captainf4: Home Ec. Club-2, 3, 4: Vice Pres.-3: Choruse-2, 3: All State Choir-3: Latin Club-- 2: Usher Commencement-3: Sec. Home Roomefl: An- nual Statf--4: Sr. Class Play-4: Ir. Prom Soloist--3. MEARA. RUTH E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Captain,-4: Latin Club-l, 2: G. A. A.-l, 2: Band--1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus-3: Sr. Class Play-4. MOORE. MARY E. Vlfakarusagl: Larwill High School-2, 3: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.-4: Annual Staffvll. MUSSELMAN. LOIS E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Home Ec. Club--2, 3, 4: Treas.-4: Commercial Club--4: Table Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom-3: Class Play--3. PASSWATER. MARY SUE E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club-l, 2: Home Ec. Clube-2, 3, 4: Commercial Club--3, 4: G. A. A.-2: Table Comm. Ir. Sr. Prome3: Class Play--4: Prompter Ir. Class Play- --3 ROGERS. VIRGINIA E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus-3, 4: Ir. Class Play---3: Commercial Club-3. SHELL. IOAN Anderson High School--l, 2: Pontiac, Michigan-2, 3: Noblesville High School: Home Ec. Clubf4: Sec.-4: Commercial Club--3: E. L. C.e-3, 4: lnv. Com. Ir. Sr. Prom---3: Annual Staff-4. SMITH. VIRGINIA Vlfestfield High School-l, 2, 3: Noblesville High School: Home Ec. Club- 4: E. L. C.--4. VENABLE. SARAMAE E. L. C.---l, 2, 3, 4: Ass't. Program Dir.-3: Program Dir.-- 4: G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4: Vice Pres.-2: Chorus-3, 4: Latin Club-l, 2: Consul-l, 2: Reception Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom- 3: Pres. Student Council--4: Annual Staffell: Chairman Prog. Comm. Ir. Class Play-3: Ir. Ring Comm.H3: Usher Commencement-3. WATT. PATTY E. L. C.-l, 2, 3, 4: VICG Pres.-3: Pres.-4: G. A. A.-1, 2, 3, 4: Pres.-2: Chorus-l, 3, 4: Band Drum Major-2, 3, 4: Annual Staff--4: Ir. Class Play-3: Menu Comm. Ir. Sr. Prom-3: Latin Club-e-l, 2: Quaestor-l: Scribew2: Sr. Class Play-4. WHETSEL. MARIORIE Fortville High School-l: Noblesville High School: E. L. C.-2, 3, 4: Home Ec. Club--2, 3: Band-2, 3: Chorus-- 2: Ir. Class Playv-3: Annual Staff-4. WILLIAMS. ROBERTA E. L. C.-1, 2. 3, 4: Home Ec. Club-l, 2, 3, 4. 425- Yan U. A. -us. L. at Qs M 3- 1 Io Butler Mary Lucille Baker Mary Ellen Baldock Mary Ellen Carmin Druzella Hanshew Vera Conway Iulia Ann Halsey Charlotte Getha Rita Hohl Esther Horne Donna Iarrett Marthann Iohnson Lois Musselmcm Ruth Meara Elizabeth Lowe Mary Moore Mary Sue Passwater Virginia Rogers Ioan Shell Virginia Smith Patty Watt Mariorie Whetsel Roberta Williams Saramae Venable Page Fifteen 1. Touchdown! 2. Vocational Guidance class visits Kir- by's Machine Shop. 3. Freshmen- 4. Dorothea Hartman-fsophomore. 5. Suzy laclcson-see page 40 No. 2 and No. lO. 6. Lonesome Club initiation. 7. "Ag" freshmen as prize Winnersf County Egg Show-el94O. Page Sixteen Betty Mcltflahonf-see page 40 No. 26. School is out. Home Economic Club pre-Easter Parade. Freshmen English students at city Li' brary. Forest Park swimming pool. "Ag" judging teams at Purdue 4-H Club Roundupfl939 . The Town Clock. T O Tl-IE UN DERCLASSMEN To you underclassmen, we offer a challange, a challenge to acquire ev- erything that is offered to you while you are in school. To you juniors, we raise a hearty cheer. You have accepted the respon- sibility of your position and have come out on top. This is the first year that you have been allowed to organize into a working unit. You have done so, and under capable leaders and advisers have made your first year as execu- tives, profitable. It is during this third year that you students have formed aspirations in regard to your future, whether you end your training with your senior year or you prepare for higher education. Good luck, juniors, may your senior year be as happy and profitable as you have made your junior year. To you sophomores, may we offer our congratulations for completing your foundation as high school students. You have set your goal of achievement and learning and are Well on your way to success in the years left in your high school career. You have been good ex- amples to the freshmen. To you we say -keep up the good work! To you of freshman rank, We compli- ment you on a good start. You came into our ranks as strangers, not only to the other classmen, but even as strang- ers Within your own group. You carne from different schools and your first big job was to become acquainted with the members of your own class. You then mingled in your classes and activities with others and are now an established oart of N. H. S. To you We say-a happy and prosperous high school career. To every student in high school we leave a sincere wish that you may ac- quire, along with your class Work, the joy that comes from making friends, achieving honors, and Working with others to accomplish the things that you set out to do. Good Luck! I ! The Seniors Ir. Class Soph. H. R. 4 Soph. H. R. 3 Soph. H. R. 5 Fresh. H. Ft. 19 Fresh. H. R. 13 Betty Forrer Bill Kitterman Stanley Craig lack Zeckel Charles Meredith Billy Buck Page Seventeen TGP BOVV: Thyra Aldendori, Iohn Amrnerman, Shevlin Avery, Rodney Baldwin, Betty Lou Brown, Bill Burger, lean Campbell, Beulah Carson, Cora Cass, Ralph Castetter, Vivian Champa Torn Chapman, Bichard Clark, 5th BOVV: Lola Cook, Norman Cooper, Helen Craiq, loe Cruzan, Marianne Dane, Betty Darrah, Ben Edwards, Clifford Emmons, Thomas Fay, Martha Pickle, Betty Forrer, Byron Galbreath, Evelyn Garrison. 4th BOW: Betty Catewood, lim Gerrard, Frances Griffin, Bch Goodwin, Melvin llair, Raleigh Hammond, Martha llarnish, Mary Hawkins, Henrietta Horn, Charlotte Homer, Virginia Kaiser, Ger- trude lohnson, Harold lohnson. 3rd BOW: Harold Kinzer, Doualas Kitterrnan, Maxine Lewis, lane Libler, Esther McMahon, Charles Mallory, Alberta McAvoy, Alexander Moore, Frances Neal, loan Olvey, Maynard Pres- ton, Floyd Pritchard, Bob Bepp. 2nd BOW: Horace Roudehush, Charles Simms, Bill Simms, Ted Small, Elmer Smith, Evelyn Smith, Kenneth Spannuth, Betty lo Stern. Don Tate, Prank Ulman, Lucille .Valentine Virainia Von Meter, Ralph Weaver. lst BOW: Murphy White, Lorena Vliles, Bettie Wiseman, Guy Wood, Albert Woods, Bob Wood, Merrill Woodward, Fred Wyant, Bolo Youna, Bill Zinn, Iohn Clarke, Eloise Goins. Page Eighteen TOP BOW: Colvin Arnold, Buth Esther Boker, Vivian Bennett, Alva Lee Brooks, Marilyn Cure, Harley Corey, leon Corey, Elll Curr, Helen Cecil, Ge-orqionne Chcmre, Junior Clark, locxnno Cornelius. 7th BOW: Bivhtircl Cass, Sttinley Crcxiq, Alice Dtihllw, Cotherincr liuley, Mary Dcishiell, Emmet Lou Dtiviclson, lohn Dill, Butli Dwiqquns, Aznunrln Filer, Batty Inner Filer, Gerry Emmons, Virqiniu lfuluunks. Oth BOW: Alton Tlower, lolin Flint, Vvihnu Porshci, Dun lqorsythe, Bernive Goallvy, Gene Goin, Cjeorqcirnitx Golclsinith, Mfiry Alive Gunn, Vonriri Grimes, Edwtirel liolsey, Mtny llnrris, Leslie litrrrison. btlv BOW: Mciioiie Hawkins, Dorotheu licirtmun, Phyllis llerslilverqer, Lois leon Heiny, luke Hoover, Hurry Hummer, llelen lolinson, Bosemciry lohnson, Louis Kuiser, Wnllnce Keller, Dirk Kinder, Bill Kittermon. 'ltlx BOVV: Mxzrvellti Lutsliciw, lofin Lennen, Mtiry Lfie Loscr, Lolo lvlulcien, Bobert Mrxllery, Bolt lvlt-l.ntyte, l-fmotliy lvtrliinf, llerluert Mr'Kinsey, Batty MvMtihon, Bill Mt'Vey, Bill Metxru, Billy Miller. fini BOW: Boli Moore, Betty Mott, Boi: Oqle, loe Ptnr, Buth Ptisswoler, Gwendolyn Rundull, llffqqy Reese, Mux Roberts, Enqeniu Boufielnisli, Print Boudebusli, Georqifinnu Bouse, Ellen Shirley. Qnri BOVV: lofin Stanford, locqneline Sturtzmcxn, Minnie Nice Stohmim, lohn Stevens, Betty l'llltIC'i-ZGT, Bob Thacker, Betty Lou Vllcilton, Mcrrylin Whetsel, Georqin Whistler, Phyllis Nlfhitcomb, lo Ann White, Betty Wiqqins. ls BOW: Chester Vlliles, loyce Williams, Chester Wilson, Ben Vtlire, loe Wolfe, Lorraine Wuerllel, Mary Ycxnrey, Maxine Vtnnvey, lvlnrvellu Younq, lock Zevkel, loo Anilirose, lean Faith, Mtirie 'l'etieteller, Roy Telfeteller. Page Nineteen Page Twenty TOP BOW: Eugene Avery, Eunice Avery, Lola Ballard, lack Barton, Ioan Batdorff, Barbara Bodle, Doris Bradfield, loan Branum, Betty Lee Brattain, Mary lane Brooks, Billy Buck, Lionel Brown, Bob Campbell, Mary Castor, Wayne Chappell, 8th BOW: Eddie Cottingham, Ben Davis, Ada Mae Dahlke, Roseanna Pickrell, Beverly Ehman, William Epp, Iim Flint, Ruth Foight, lohn Poland, George Games, Arthur Gatewood, Bill Good- paster, Richard Gehring, loann Getha. 7th BOW: Betty Gipe, Margaret Godby, Donald Granger, Bettie Gnillcey, Earl Guilkey, toe Hale, George Hammans, Mary Bose Hanna. Wesley Hare, Charles Harmon, Mary l-luth Harnish, lane Hawkins, Frederick Heiss, Bosalynn Hill, Jacqueline Howard. 6th BOW: Vivian Huffman, Mary Hummer, Eleanor Hurlock, Harold Inman, Suzanne Iackson, Don lessup, Kenneth lohnson, George lohnson, Martha Kaiser, Rosemarie Kaiser, Barbara Kinzer, lack Kirby, etty Kitterman, Chenault Kitterman, Donald Lackey. Sth BOW: Max Lednum, Kieth Landis. Richard Landis, Betty Libler, Iuanita Lloyd, Edna Love, Grayden Maine, lim Martin, David Morris, Margaret Mcflvoy, Clyde Mclntyre, Marjorie McGuire, Kay McLaug1in, Betty McNally, Bob McNally. 4th ROW: Tom McEntyre, Ge-orgeanna Meara, Charles Meredith, Kenneth Miller, Ioann Mosbaugh, Peggy Mills, Oscar Musselrnan, Gay Nelle Parr, Maribel Purdue, Arthur Pickrell, Bruce Purdy, loann Purkey, George Redd, Carol Boberts, Paul Robinson. 3rd ROW: Paul Rogers, Pauline Rogers, Ernest Raudebush, Euguene Roudebush, Vtfilma Roude- bush, Harry Scherer, Fontaine Sheftey, Bob Sigman, Allen Snead, Bill Small, Betty Smith, loe Smith, Wallace Smith, Vlfancla Smith, Bertha Stafford, 2nd ROW: Geraldine Stafford, lune Statzer, Bill Stelirnan, Helen Stern, Mary Ann Stern, Helen Stephenson, Francis Stubbs, Thomas Swank, Wilma Swank, Margaret Sylvester, Paul Tate, June Vernon, Conrad Wcrlls, loy Vtfaterman, lean Alice Wann. lst BONV: Martha lane West, Phil Wheeler, Dick Vtfhite, Bob Vfilliarns, Orville Williams, Mary Louise VVilson, lvrary Irene Vtfhitaker, Ioe VVhitrnore, Paul Wooawrrrd, Esther Moon. SCHOLARSHIP HCNOR RCI-L A chart listmq students by classes and indicatinq by "x" the semester when honor rank was attained. Mary Ruth Harnish Jacqueline Howard Betty Kitterman --- Tom McEntyre .... Kay McLaughlin -- Ioan Mosbauqh -- Martha I. West --- Sophomores Marilyn Caca .... Bill Carr .... , ..... Helen Cecil ...... Stanley Craiq .... Iohn Dill ........ Dan Forsythe .... Richard Kinder --- Bob Mallery ...... Betty McMahon -- Betty Mott ....... Ioe Wolfe ........ Iuniors Betty Lou Brown-- Richard Clarke -- Betty Forrer ...... Martha Harnish-- Mary Hawkins --- Virginia Kaiser --- Douqlas Kitterman- Alexander Moore-- Frances Neal -.-.. Betty Io Stern ---- Lucille Valentine-- Lorena Wiles -.-- Merrill Woodward Seniors Vera Conway ..-- Ernest Kitterman-- loe Klotz -.------ Ioe Lackey --..-- Elizabeth Lowe -- Robert Malden --- Sam Males ------ Ted Mallery ------ Ruth Meara ------ Konrad Purdy ---- Patty Watt .----- Roberta Williams-- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I x X4. x x x X XI x x x Xi, xx xx X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X uuczlcu'-ri como-v 4'-'-10 5P.'4Um 2209-5' mnng :AFRO BI 9: ' S: fb I Il I ll I ll I ll 5? ---Og Ho. 555 EE. 45" 3,5 3' ON SHHHDIJ .LV 3'I9V'lIVAV .L .:lVwlI.I. I 'SNI.l.NIHd .30 X X X x xx x Ixxyx x X xxx Ilx 1 Page' Twenty-one l. Iessup and his grand champion Short- 6 horn sieerelndiaria Siaie Fairffl939. 2. Armistice Day. 7 3. Vxre love a parade. 8 4. "Proiessor! How Could you?" 9 5. Drum Majors. 10 Page Twenty-iwo Home Economics Playf"Balahoinq the Budqeif' Aa. boys judqma some of Hamilton oou1'1iy's good horses. At work on the assembly room murals - -Betty Eller and Bill Kitierman. "Sub-Deb" Leao Year Sweaier Swihq. Vlfiriier SporiffBill Buck and Benny Davis. ACTIVITIES School life might become dull if it were not for the extra-curricular activi- ties that are planned and carried out as cz part of the school program. The home room activities have be- come an institution and give everyone ct chance to prepare and participate in the weekly programs. The teachers act as advisers but the students are respon- sible for the programs. The Everybody's Lonesome Club is an organization in which every girl por- ticipates. The Boys' Booster Club is a closed organization and members be- come leaders for all boys' activities. The Parent-Teacher organization has enlivened our school lite by giving all school parties. These parties are very inexpensive to the students and give everyone an opportunity to participate in the fun. Clubs, such as the Commercial Club, Latin Club, Art Club, Girls' Athletic As- sociation, "N" Club, Home Economics Club, and Future Farmers of America, supplement classroom studies and give the students an added chance to de- velop their talents. A student may take part in many ac- tivities and broaden himself in several different lines. This gives him a chance to select the type of work in which he is most interested. For the upper-classmen the planning of class plays, receptions, and publi- cations becomes a vital part of the training of those who participate. The feeling of accomplishment comes to those who take part and cooperate in the interest of their school. Many will learn the art of leadership in school activities While others will learn the hard job of being good followers. Bd. of Control Student Council Booster Club Drum Major E. L. C. Annual Douglas Saramae, Ernest Richard Patty Ben Kitterman Venable Kitterman Clarke Watt Berg 1: -. .E t ,.,.,-I ,,,' . I R Q . . ' I :ul ..,: I Q' 2. kit. . U - --: - : . xi . '- V . I! . R .M :leg :IQ - ',,. F . -ft I' Q "' , , t Q ' , , ,Q . ..., , y E. , p I ' .V : ,!,. -, ,,:::'-'::"":' I I' .L ff- l E ' Syl 5 Q .3 .,,, .'., I 'Qi 4 -gif 'W fi ' 1 1 ' i Q wt it Q 3' rr' " ' Q,'i'1X' Page Twenty three N. H. S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES The Student Council was organized in Noblesville High School this year, for the purpose ot enabling each high school student to participate in his school government directly and indirectly. This legislative body is made up entirely of students. The counselors, a boy and girl, are elected from each home room. The eighteen members meet, learn the question at hand, then return to their home rooms where they present it to be discussed in their respective groups. If there are any suggestions for improvement of the high school or any corrections on conduct of students, they are brought before this body. If it is approved, the question then proceeds to the higher body, the Board of Control. The officers of the Student Council are: Saramae Venable, president: Ioe Wolfe, vice presi- dentg and Marilyn Caca, secretary. N. H. S. SENATE The Board of Control, which operated from 1932 to 1937 was revived this year with some changes. The Board acts as a Senate in the school. It has authority to judge all matters in which the name of the school is involved. It is granted jurisdiction over all expenditures of moneyby any department, and over all class or club activities of any nature. No group may proceed with any enterprise Without first having it approved by the Board of Control. The Board meets when important issues are at hand. lt is made up of three faculty members and three students. The teachers are Miss Green, Mr. I-larger, and Mr. Swanson. The students are Ioan Stevens, Douglas Kitterman, and Ernest Kitterman, Each member is chosen by the Student Council. The Board of Control officers are: Douglas Kitterman, president, and Miss Green, secretary. The principal, Mr. 1-lust, is an ex-officio member with full veto power. THEY'RE ALWAYS BEHIND US 1 The Boys' Booster Club which was officially organized in 1938 by Mr. Rust, has been very busy the past year sponsoring many projects. Assembly programs, a benefit football game tvar- sity and seniorsl, an alter school party, an information bureau, and the distribution of tournament pins, constitute some of the activities of this organization. The club has four distinct purposes: to train its members to be law abiding and civic minded citizens: to learn to cooperate with the administrators, the student body, and the faculty: to build up a strong school spirit and loyalty. The club officers are: President, Ernest Kittermang vice-president, Ioe Klotzg secretary, Sam Males, treasurer, Raleigh Hammond: sergeant-at-arms, Iim Shugart. Members of the executive committee are: Ernest Kitterman, Ioe Klotz, Sam Males, Bob Goodwin, and .Konrad Purdy. The honorory members from the faculty are Mr. I-larger and Mr. Kendall. . Page 1 wenty four 2nd How: Ernest Kitterman, Paul Carmean, Douglas Kitterman, Ioan Stevens, Ioan Lennen, Marilyn Cara, Alexander lfloor ,, er, Mary E. Baldock, Ioe Vtfolfe. lst Row: Ioe Hale, Vlfilma Swank, Belly Kitterman, Bruce Purdy, Saramao Venable, Bolt Mallory, Helen Craiq, Eranros Neal, Harley Carey. 2nd Row: Mr. Swanson M . , r. llur- qer, Mr. Rust. lst Row: Doualas Kitterman, loan Stevens, Miss Green, Ernest Kitter- man. 3rd Row: Iim Sliuqart, "Chuck" Wiseman, Harold Kinzer, Bob Good- win, lim Gerrard. 2nd Row: Raleiqli Hammond, Paul Carmean, Erle Lacy, Konrad Purdy, Bill Dellurt, Ernest Kitterman, Sam Males, Ted Mallery, lst Row: Herbert McKinsey, Ioe Klotz, Mr. Kendall, Mr. Rust, Mr, Har- qer, Marvin Crask, B E ob Woods. THE "SHADOW" MAKERS The Annual Staff of 1940 has worked upon the assumption that the type of material most interesting to readers is composed of pictures of themselves and their acquaintances. The staff has included Within these pages as much photography as the financial limitations of the book would permit. We hope it will meet with your approval. Producing this book has been an enjoyable task. We have tried to present to the students in Noblesville High School, a record of the school activities in which all have participated. Without the aid of Mr. Zeis, whose experience in management and helpful advice seems end- less, the staff would have been at a loss. The Annual Staff wishes to thank the members of the faculty ana others for their cooperation in helping make this 1940 "Shadow" a success. LONESOME GALS The Everybody's Lonesome Club was founded in l9l5 by Mrs. Fred Hines. Mrs Hines, popu- larly and affectionately known as "Aunt Mattie," recognized the need of closer social relationship among the girls of N. H. S. so laid the foundation of this organization, She has been the capable leader of the club since its beginning. Every high school girl takes part in one of the four parties sponsored by the club each year. The girls are divided into four squads, each having a captain and lieutenant, who have the re- sponsibility of one of the parties. They are: Halloween party, an informal initiation of new high school girls: Little Brother and Sister Christmas party for the underprivileged children: Mother's Tea and formal initiation of the new girls: Senior Farewell Tea, the underclassmen's fond farewell to the Senior girls. The officers are: Patty Vtfatt, president: Esther McMahon, vice-president: Marylin Caca, sec- retaryy and Druzella Hanshew, treasurer. . ROMONI HODIERNI The Latin Club is one of the oldest clubs in Noblesville High School. This year, the club has an enrollment of twenty-five with Miss Wood, Latin teacher, as its sponsor. The purpose of the club is to supplement classroom texts with interesting material not touched during regular recitations. Meetings are of a social nature, with a program planned for each meeting. Programs this year have been built around the Roman social classes and professions, including comparisons of social and economic conditions of the present with those of old Rome. Betty McMahon and Mary Hawkins represented Noblesville High School in the County Latin Contest. The girls placed first and fourth respectively. Betty then advanced to the District Latin Contest Where she received third honors. The officers of the club are: Richard Kinder and Ioyce Williams, consulsy Betty Wiggans, scriba, and Bob Moore, quaestor. 2nd Row: Ernest Kitterm , an, Sam Males, Libby Lowe, Konrad Purdy, Sar amae Venable, Ioe Klotz, Ben Berq Ted Mallery. lst Row: Ioan Shell, Donna larrett Marge Vlhetsel M Z ' , r. els, Patty Watt Mary Baker, Mary Moore, 2nd Row: Martha l-larnish, Libby Lowe, Marge Whet l se, Martha Lou Pickle, Saramae Venable, loan Olvey, Frances Neal, Ruth Meara, Helen Craia, Charlotte Homer. lst Row: Marilyn Caca, Patty Watt, "Aunt Mattie," Esther McMahon, Dru- zella Harishevv. 3rd Bow: Bill Kitt errnan, Bill Carr, Dick Kinde r, Bob Moore. Znd Row' Bett . y Mott, Amanda Eller, Mciril C ' yn cya, loanncx Carnel' ius, Lorena Wiles, Marcella Young, Mary Hawkins, Phyllis Wt' ' iituomb. lst Row: Betty McMahon, Betty Wiq- qlns, Mary Lee Loser lo , an Stanford, Eugenia Roudebush, Miss Wood, Gwen- dolyn Randall, Vonda Grimes, Joann White, M ary Ellen Baldock. Page Twenty-seven ONE-TWO-THREE-KICK! The Girls' Athletic Association consists of high school girls who are interested in athletics. Under the direction of Miss Green, girls' athletic director, the girls carry out the ideals of the organization and cooperate heartily in promoting good sportsmanship. ' Membership is open to all girls: but to become a member, a girl must have previously made 75 points. When a member has attained 500 points, she is awarded a tour inch gold numeral: when she has attained 800 points she receives the six inch "N"g when any member has attained 1500 points, she receives a gold pin. Rewards are given at mid-semester and at the end of the school year. This year the organization has an enrolled membership of 25, with the following girls acting as officers: President, Io Butler: vice-president, Betty Mclvlahonp secretary, Betty Mott: social chairman, Marthann Iohnson. NO CONVERSATICN, PLEASE! Books! Books! Books! and more Books! In the last two years the Noblesville School Library has undergone many profitable changes. The library which was moved from the crowded room next to the assembly, to the old art room downstairs, now boasts of two new sets of encyclopedias, new tables and chairs, a new card catalogue to enable students to find material easier, and a wide variety of magazines. Student librarians who are under the leadership of Miss Campbell and who are chosen by her, have their appointed books to keep clean, mend, and place neatly on the shelves. They receive one-half credit a semester and are given written tests each six-weeks. They assist Miss Campbell in keeping order in the library ana helping students find material. The library has become an in- dispensable part of the high school. "N" CLUB The "N" Club is an organization of long standing. It has been a part of the high school tor a number of years. The boys eligible for this club are those winning a letter in a major sport. To get these letters they must pass certain award winning standards set up by the coach of the sport they are participating in. V Those boys who have won major letters in football are: Ben Edwards, Ted Mallery, Byron Galbreath, Bill Zinn, Iim Shugart, Bill Burger, lim Epp, Bob Wood, Ioe Klotz, Dick Kinder, Marvin Crask, Raleigh Hammond, Clifiord Emmons, Bob Goodwin, Shevlin Avery, Don Iessup, lack Wheels er, Charles Mallery, Don Powell, Merrill Woodward, loe Lackey, Herbert McKinsey and lim Gerrard. Those who have received major letters in basketball are: Bob Wood, lack Wheeler, Harley Carey, Dick Kinder, lim Epp, Ioe Parr, Bob Goodwin, Herb McKinsey, Calvin Arnold, Bob Mc- Entyre, and lim Almond. Manager Bill Buck and Yell Leader Konrad Purdy are also members of the club. The officers for the -year are Ted Mallery, president: Raleigh Hammond, vice president: Clif- ford Emmons, secretary and treasurer. The sponsor of the club is Coach Swanson. Page Twenty eight "' 4th Bow: Betty Lou Vxlalton, Mary Dashiell, Edna Love, Betty Mott, Betiy McNally, Mary lane Brooks. 3rd Row: Bernice Godby, Mary Harris, lean Carey, Mary Hummer Gwendolyn Randall, Alice Dahlke Ioan Purkey, Helen Stern. 2nd Row: Emma Lou Davidson, Iac- queline Howard, Maribelle Purdue, Iune Vernon, Saramae Venable, Patty W Q . ' ' at., lo Butler, Ruth Dwiqqins, Lola Malden. lst Bow: Betty McMahon, Catheryn, Daley, Virginia Von Meter, Beulah Carson, Miss Green, Marthann Iohn- son, Gertrude Iohnson, Lois Heiny, Marie Teffeteller. 2nd Row: Donna larrett, Miss Camp- bell, Esther McMahon. lst Row: Marcella Latshaw, Druzella l-lanshew, Rodney Baldwin, Betty Fore rer, Luville Valentine. 3rd Row: Shevlin Avery, Iim EDD. Marvin Crask, Raleigh Hammond, Bob Goodwin, lim Gerrard. 2nd Bow: Ioe Parr, Dick Kinder, Don Powell, Harley Carey, Cliff Emmons, lack Wheeler, Ioe Klotz, Herbert Mc- Kinsey. ist Row: Bill Zinn, Charles Mallery, Bill Del-lart, Don Iessup, Bill Burger, lim Shuqart, Ioe Lackey. Page Twenty nine 1 I Page Thirty ICIN IN CN THE CHORUS' "Music washes away from the soul the dust of every day life." The chief aims of having a school chorus are to discover and encourage talent and to give opportunities for members to appear in public performances at school and city functions. The Chorus sang before the Ir. High School assembly, appeared in High School assemblies, and sang at the funeral of Miss Smith, a Third Ward teacher. ' The choristers get extensive training in appreciation of music literature. They learn funda- mental and rudimentary principles of voice training and development, including diction, reson- ance, breathing, posture, breath support and control. The chorus of thirty members meets every day of the Week under the able direction of Mr. Walter Elliott. , ALL TOGETHER, NOW! One organization of which we are very proud is the Noblesville High School Band. Under the direction of Mr. Elliott, the band has increased in number to eighty members whose parents have organized into the Band Boosters' Association. This section of the music department offers a Wonderful opportunity to those who wish to develop their musical ability. During the school year the band has participated in many community affairs. We remember their colorful parades on Armistice and Memorial Days. Their inspiring music at football and basketball games has fortified our teams with new spirit tor the tray. On March 28, members participated in the state solo and ensemble contest at Indiana Uni- versity, and on April l3, the band competed with thirteen similar organizations in the district con- test at Warren Central, to receive second place in class B. division. SWEET AND LOW No high school is complete without an orchestra, and we think Noblesville High School is fortunate in having one with talent such as ours. Those of us who have been in the assembly on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons have listened carefully to the practicing of the thirty-nine students, and have noticed a marked im- provement since the beginning of the school year. The orchestra excels in semi-classical selections which are most conducive to the appreciation of the finer type of music. ' The orchestra, under the leadership of Mr. Elliott, is pointed to with great pride for its ac- complishments, and we should strive to encourage and support it in its endeavor to put forth its best efforts for the good of Noblesville l-ligh School. 1 The orchestra has appeared before the public several times: at class plays, P. T. A. meetings, Baccalaureate, Commencement, and a half-hour broadcast over W. I. B. C. on April 23, 1940. Standing: Lorena Wiles, Lois Heiny, Iulia Halsey, Marianne Dane, Ioan Mosbaugh, Doris Bradfield, Iune Ver- non, Virginia Von Meter, Minnie Mae Steliman, Charles Wiseman, Alice Dahlke, Thyra Aldendori, Betty Lee Brattain, Orville Williams, Betty Dar- rah, Richard Clarke, Rose Marie Kaiser, Alexander Moore, Helen lohnson, Rose- mary Iahnson, Virginia Rogers, Emma McDonald. Seated: loan Stanford, Betty lo Sterne, Betty lou Brown, Betty Rose For- rt.i', Mr, Elliott, Martha Hainish, Patty Watt, Saratnae Venahle, Rita llohl, Vera Conway. Director VValter R. Elliott Drums: Calvin Arnold, Ioe Wolfe, Ralph Weaver, Lois Heiny, Dan Forsythe. Symbols: loan Todd. Comets and Trumpets: lack Zeckel, Ruth Meara, Marilyn Whetsel, Harley Carey, Betty Kitternian, Betty lo Stern, Mary Lucille Baker, Dorothy McKim, Helen Craig, Edward Halsey, Murphy Wliite, Eugene Avery, lim Gerrard, Amanda Eller,, Betty lane Eller, Ben Berg, Martha liaisei, Ennna Lou Davidson, Mary Ann Stern. Trombone: Bettejane Mott, Vlfvlll' lace Keller, Virginia Von Meter, Betty Dairah, Barhara Kinzer, Carol lean Roberts. Eill Meara, Don Tate. Buss: Bill Carr, Ruth Passwater, limmy Martin. Clarinets: Marilyn Caca, Lorena Wiles, Vonda Ellen Grimes, Peggy Reese, Gwendolyn Randall, Phyllis Whitcoinb, Marjorie Hawkins, Wilma Forsha, Peg- gy' Mills, Suzanne Jackson, Phyllis Hershberger, Lorayne Wuerffel, Wilma Swank, jane Hawkins, Ruth Esther Baker, Betty Lou Walton, Frances Stubbs, Iaequeline Howard. Scxc- phones: Iacaueline Startzman, Alexan- der Moore, Georgia Whisler, Betty Wiseman, Bill Burger, Stanley Craig, Esther McMahon, Marianne Dane. Oboe: Ioan Staniord. Bassoon: Richard Clarke. Flute: Kay McLaughlin, Betty Ann McMahon. Horns: Dick Kinder, Betty lane Wiggins, Eleanor Hurlock, Mary Rose Hanna, Iohn Eddy Dill. Baritone: Martha Harnish, Harold lohn- son, Iohn Amnierman. Alto Clarinet: Phil Wheeler. Drum Muiors: Richard Clark, Patty Watt, loyce Williams. Standing: Vonda Cfrimes, Ioan Stev- ens, Dan Forsythe, Peggy Reese, Ioe Wolfe, Mary Lee Loser, Calvin Arnold, lohn Dill, Lois Heiny, Dick Kinder, Bill Carr, Alexander Moore, Harley Carey, Edward Halsey, lack Zeckel, Marilyn Whetsel, Betty Darrah, Carol lean Rob- erts, Betty Mott, Mr. Elliott. Seated: Shirley Smith, Lorena Wiles, Mary Rose llanna Esther McMahon, Martha Kaiser, loe Smith, Richard Clarke, loan Stanford, Stanley Craig, Virginia Von Meter, Phil Wheeler, Kay McLaughlin, Betty McMahon, Gwendo- lyn Randall, Phyllis Vtfliitcomln, Marilyn Caca, Peggy Mills, Suzanne Iackson. Page Thirty one Page Thirty-two Tl-IE WIELDERS OF Tl-IE PAINT BRUSH An Art Club with an enrollment of twenty pupils, was organized this year by Miss Eckerley. Some of the members take art as one of their studies, While others who are interested in art but have no time to take it, are also eligible to become members. The club has been working on many craft projects, some of which are metal etchings, leather tooling, and various objects from sheet cork. A group of eighteen is working on puppets. The purpose of the club is to give those interested in art, an opportunity to give creative expression. The Art Club sponsored an art exhibit, during Art Week, in the high school assembly. The club officers are: Douglas Kitterman, president: Phil Wheeler, vice-president: Susie Iack- son, secretary: Peggy Mills, treasurer. PROFESSOR, l-lOW COULD YOU! IUNIOR CLASS PRESENTATION OF 1940 By Anne Coulter Martens I Director-Miss Ariel Green Keats Perry, a young college professor. is offered the position of dean providing he is married within the next three days. Keats, played by Alexander Moore, has made his home with his grandparents, portrayed by Betty Rose Ferrer and Douglas Kitterman, and has never been inter- ested in girls, especially modern ones. A dinner party, given by Grandma Perry, is attended by three hopeful candidates: Ioan Olvey as the southern charmer, Esther McMahon as the sweet little secretary, and Betty Lou Brown as the plump spinster. Iohn Appleby, a helpful QQ friend, played by Tom Chapman, upsets Keats' producing three children, played by lane Libler, Betty lane Wiseman, and Horace Roudebush. Vicky Randolph, an incorrigible student of the professor is another guest present at the dinner. She is grandpa's choice for Keats' wife and later proves to be Keats' choice. Bob Wood, as the forceful butcher boy, and Bill Zinn, as the matchmaking butler, complete the cast. chances of marriage by impersonating a ficticious wife and making it more realistic by PARENTS HOLIDAY ' SENIOR CLASS PRESENTATION OF 1940 By Edwin Scribner Director-Miss Mary Caroline Campbell Paul Carmean and Ruth Meara as Susan and Elton Granger learn that college textbook theories on modern efficiency are 'not so easily applied to home management and journalism without the aid of their parents as these wise people, played by Patty Watt and lack Wheeler, take a "holiday." They watch with misgiving Elton's civic crusade against the town's most in' fluential citizen, Ira Whitney, father of Elton's sweetheart: these characters are portrayed by Konrad Purdy and Elizabeth Lowe. They note with sympathy Susan's failure to hold Ben Weber, played by lim Almond, by reaching his heart through his stomach. Ioe Klotz and Susie Passwater as Dud and Elsie, younger members of the Granger family, object to Susan's culinary efforts but thoroughly enjoy helping their father build the trailer. Charlotte Getha as Angie, maid of all work, keeps the family in hot water by threats of leav- ing. Myra Pitkin, the town poetess, whose talent Elton ignores, and Osgood Spear, the scheming politician and his sweetheart, June Stacy, whose reputations suffer at the hands of the editor are personatecl by Vera Conway, Erle Lacy, and Donna Iarrett. 3rd Bow: Benny Davis Eu , , qene Beal, Gene Baker, Kay McLaughlin, Don Granaer, Bill Kitterrnan, Doualas Kitter HIGH, 2nd Bow: Lionel Brown, Edna Love, Mary l-luinmer, Beverly Ehman, Mary Bath l-tarnish, Barbara Kinzer, Betty Kitterman, Peqqy Mills, Mary Bose ll 'i ' alma, Clenatilt Kitterinan. lst Bow: Bill Meara, Amanda Eller, Betty Ellor, Martha Kaiser, Miss Ecker- ley, Marilyn Cara, Betty Lou Brown, 'l'hyra Aldendorf, Phil Wheeler. Znd Bow: Konrad Purdy, loe Klotz, Paul C arniean, P-:tty Watt, Vera Con way, lim Almond, Erle Laeey, lack Wheeler. lst Bow. Donna larrett, Mary Sue P U ' asswater, Miss Campbell, Charlotte Getha, Elizabeth Lowe. Standing' lo Ol , an Vey, Frances Neal, Douglas Kitterman, Bob Woods, Esther McMahon Eettv L t ' , . A ou Brown, Bill Zinn, Betty Forrer, Torn Chapman. Sittinq: lane Ann Lihler, Alexander Moore, Horace Baiideliush, Bettie Wise- man. Page Thirty-three Page Thirty-four WE'RE PLOWING RIGHT ALONG The Future Farmers of America are vocational agriculture students with the same purpose, "To practice brotherhood, honor rural opportunities cmd responsibilities, and develop those qualities or leadership which a Future Farmer should possess." ifrom the National F. F. A. ritual for opening formal meetingsl. From this department students develop into able men, capable of helping solve the future problems confronting the farming industry. F. F. A. chapters are found in every state, and Puerto Rico, with a membership of over 150,000 rural students. Two degrees-Green Hand and Future Farmer, are conferred upon qualified stu- dents. A third degreeil-loosier Farmer. is conferred at State Conventions, and the fourth-American Farmer, at the National Convention. The officers are: Ted Mallery, presidenty Konrad Purdy, vice-president: Robert Malden, secre- tary: Frank Ulman,.treasurery Charles Mallery, reporter: C. C. Hadley, faculty adviser, IT'S TI-IEIR BUSINESS The Commercial Clublreorganized this year with an enrollment of twelve. The members are those students who are taking the high school commercial course. The club has been organized and sponsored by Mr. Hansen, Commercial instructor, to acquaint the students with any information that they do not cover in the course of their studies. lt gives a broader concept of the problems of the business world, such as personality and job analysis. The members meet on the third Tuesday of each month to take part in a forty-five minute program which is planned entirely by the students. At intervals, prominent business men are in- vited to speak upon subjects of interest to business students, giving them some idea of the re- quirements of the business world. The Commercial Club officers this year are: Don Tate, president: Lola Malden, vice-president: Guy Wood, secretary: Dorothy McKim, treasurer. WE CAN BOIL WATER Student home economics clubs are found in every state and in many foreign countries. The Noblesville Home Economic Club has been affiliated with the state and national clubs since 1931. The distinctive aim of vocational schooling is to train boys and girls for suitable vocations. The home economics course prepares girls to be practical and intelligent home-makers, able to put to use the principles of science, art, and social relationship which are applicable to the home. A study of foods and clothing includes consumer education, home management, and family and social relations. The qualified girls in the club have participated in serving the Kiwanis Club and in preparing and serving the American Red Cross dinner. For their assembly program the girls have given a style show, and a short skit on budgeting. - The officers are: President, Marthann Johnson: vice-president, Henrietta Horn: secretary, Maxine Yancey: treasurer, Lois Musselmang song leader, Helen Iohnson. 41h Bow' Don L . cxvkpy, Paul Tuite? Bruce Purdy, Charles Mallory, Bill Zinn Frunk Ulrnun, Melvin llniir, Toni Chop num. 3rd Row: Erlo Luffy, Bohort Muxltlon, Louis KCIl5f?I, Don lossup, Tod Mallory, George Gaines, Albert Woods. 2nd Bow: Ernest Boudobush, Floyd Pritchard, Thonios Stolnnon, Morrill Woodwnrd, Aiv11 Leo Brooks, Euqoxio iloudebnsh, Konnolli Miller, Osmir M115- salmon. lst Bow: P11111 Woodward, Shinloy Cruiq, Bob Williams, Konrad Purdy, Wir. Hadley, Goorqo Hrinnnons, Bill Sl:-vlinicin, G uorqo Rmlal, Mtix l.OL'lIlL1lIl Burk Bow: Flon Toto, Bill Dvlltnl Mrt Hanson, Bill Millelr, Guy VVo1i1i Lolo Malden, Front Row: lflorotliy lVlL'KlI1l, Esther lvlue llornt-, lo11n Moslanuqli, Susiv Posswoter, Charlotte Cnollm, Lois Mus' Sitllllilll, lOklll Shcill, ln Bntlvr, M1n'y B11lcer. Sth Bow: Viviun CllCilH119, lfrniives Sluhlus, Gortrudp lohnson, Bonluh Cnr son, Mary lone Brooks, Minnio M110 SlOhrn11n, Alive Dulilkv, Milfliilkltx Sylvvs ter, Lol11 Cook, Corn Cass. 4th Bow: loan Butnlorll, lnnw Slmlzwl' Mury llurris, lean Curvy, IOAIII Bfxllllllllil, Eliznxlwtli Lowo, Mary S110 Posswtitvii Hutl1Dwig1gins, Marry Wllltnlu-r, Mary Ynmcey, Ellen Shirlvy, lcinw Lilvlvr, Lilll HMI Lou Davidson. flrcl Row: loy Wnlorn mn, M111'th11 IJIIF- Wnsl, liOSK,IllllI'Y lohnson, l lolnl loli ' ll risori, Bsernivfl Goullw M . y, ,rixino Yon soy, Mciry l-luminer, Bcvtty MUN M " ully, ory Lucille Boker M . , , , 11r1:e1ll1i Lutshuw Marjorie lVll'C'l1' 1 ' 1 1re,, Betty Fliocker. I Znd Row' Edith Wir . e, Fronvos Grit lin, Lois lfiusselmun, Ioiin Shell, Hon' riettci Horne, Miss Loslibrook, lJlurth11n11 Iohnson, Catherine Daily, Lolo lVl4IlLiUll, Lois leon Heiny, Virqinio Smith. lst Bow: Betty Gino, Viviun Ben- nett, Ednci Love, Rosanna Pickre-ll, Doris Brudfield, Betty lime Guilkey, Holon Ccvil, Viviun Q:llLIIlC'P, Lolo Ann Bul- laid. p age rlll1iIlYl1VP Page l. All-round athlete. 2. Band at the ball qarne. 3. loan Stevens--Yea! Rah! 4. Back hanol shot by Bennett. 5. Girls Physical Ed. 6. Corn shuclcinq contest. Thirty-six Game with Broad Ripple. Buy tickets here. First touchdown--l939-l94O. GrtmesiCraskf'-'Baht Rah! Rah! Invitational Tourney Champs. Capt. Arthur and Coach Kendall ATHLETICS This year brought to N. H. S. a re- organization of the athletic department, under the supervision of two new coaches. Mr. Swanson, athletic director and football coach, who came to us from Montpelier, Ohio, has added impetus to a waning spirit through his ability and personality. The future of athletics in Noblesville brightened considerably when Mr. Swanson outlined an ath- letic program for the grade schools. Assisting in the department and act- ing as basketball coach, is Mr. Kendall, former University of Kentucky star, Who came well recommended from Farmers- burg. The revival oi track will be good news to followers oi N. H. S. athletics. Noblesville has turned out some real track men in the past, and cups from many meets adorn the trophy cabinet. Perhaps we can Win that Northern ln- diana Conference championship again. Principal Athletic Director Girls Athletic Dir'ct. Basketball Coach Faculty Manager Mr Rust Mr. Swanson Miss Green -Mr. Kendall Mr. Harqer Page Thirty-seven l l Edwards, F lvlallery, T Galhreoth, G Zinn, C Lackey, C Burqer, G Cpp, T Vfheeler, E Woodward, T Powell, G Shuqart, C A. Woods, T Avery, ll Klotz, O Coach Swanson Crask, O Hammond, ll lVlcKir.sey, lf' Goodwin, li l'fnnnons, ll lessup, ll Sept. l5eMillers, lfl ...,.......d.,..,..,,.......,.A,, Warren Central, Sept. 22-Millers, 6 ...A,.,...... ,, .,,, .. ,,....,... - ,,C, Cathedral Sept. 29-Millers, l2 ...CC..,,......,.A... .e,,e.,...... - - Anderson, Oct. 6-Millers, l2 C........,,.,r,.. -, .....C H, ,.,. Westfield Oct. l3fMillers, 6 -W ,.......M,C.,.,.. ...... ...,,,,,,. S h eridan Oct. 2OeMillers, 6 ,,.......,,C,........ .rr,,,,,, . ,,- Crawfordsville Oct. 30 --'- eMillers, 6 .,,,, ,---,..-. .,.,,,,. .... , , .,,,,,c,,,, ,- Elwood Nov. 13--eMillers, l3 .c.,c, -cm --- New CastleL3Q Total Points-. ..,c 75 llU 3rd BOW: Bill Small, Horace Rondehush, Keith Evans, lNayne Chapell, Donald Lackey, Bob McNally, Thomas Chapman, lohn Poland, Charles Meredith, Donald Granqer, Bruce Purdy, Benny Davis, Harry Scherer, Richard Coss, Earl Guilkey, Paul Vv'oodward, lack Barton. 2nd ROW: Bill Buck, Ted Small, Charles Mallery, Bill Burger, lvlerill Woodward, Don Iessup, Clitf Emmons, Bill Zinn, Dick Kinder, Raleiah Hammond, Bob Goodwin, Herbert McKinsey, Alhert Wood, loe Hale, lim Gerrard. lst ROVJ: Coach Swanson, Fontaine She-tty. Ben Edwards, Shevlin Avery, Ioe Klotz, Ted Mallery, Marvin Crask, lirn Shucyart, Don Powell, lim Epp, Byron Galhreath, lack Wheeler, loo Lackey, Bob W'ood, Kay McLauqhlin, Coach Kendall. Pane Thirty-eight B, Wood, F Kinder, O Mtn. Clf'II'4,1I l Goodwin, F. Ctirey, G. Vfoorl, G. im-lor, G. Arnold, F. Ptirr, C. Fpp, C. M ir. litiflc. Mereilitli, C. Alnionrl, F. l-linder, G. Melfntyre, G. l0SSllD, G. C'ot'it'li Kendall. Nov, 17 Millers lfl Atltintti 252 lfin. I9 Millers lil Pendleton Nov. Z4 Millers l'! Slicridon. . . . . 37 Inn. Z6 Millers ..., 22 Tipton. . . . . Nov 29 Millers 25 St. Mnrys .... .. 3l jon. 31 Millers .... 39 Cutliedrol ....... . Dew. Millers . . . l9 Sliorlridqe .... . 35 Feb. Z Millers .... 22 Foriville ...... . . . Dorn Millers .... Ql Alexundrio ...... 4l Feb. 9 Millers .... 43 Wcirren Cenlrcil. . Dow. Millers L24 Westfield . . 29 Fein IU Millers.. . 32 Brood Ripple. . . . . 'Jet' lb Millers .... l5 So. Bend tCentJ. . . 36 Feb. lfi Millers .Ill Lapel ........ .. . lim. 5 Millers 28 Crcrwiordsville. . . 38 Feb. Zl Millers 24 Dunkirk ..... . . . Itin. I2 Millers l4 Tipton. . ........ 24 Felt. 23 Millers 23 Wcilnut Grove lfxn. lil Millers Bl Greenfield .... .. 36 Totol Points 457 Uocz 29 INVITATIONAL TOURNEY .wluoiiflfin 71 Ccirrnel. . l5 Millers. . . .. 33 Westfield. . . . . . iff trnivl . 'll Westtielcl l8 Millers . . . . . Z2 Slieridfrn .. . . . if oriraolcitionl fFinc1ll 'T' .L fllli ROW: Bill McVey, Brufe Purdy, Murphy White. 3rd ROW: lurk Zeckel, lim Almond, Herb McKinsey, lake Hoover, Don Tote. 2nd ROW: Robert McEntyre, lock Wheeler, Robert Goodwin, lim Gerrard tMqr,l, lim Epp, Robert Wood, Cliorles Meredith, Clifford Emmons lst ROW: Coocli Kendall, Merril Vfoodword, loe Pcirr, Rifliord Kinder, Billy Bunk CMqr.l, Hor- ley Corey, Colvin Arnold, Don lessup, Coocli Swanson. Pride Tliirty-nine Page Forty THE STUDENT BALLOT BOX The " ..... est" list and other "Honorary Titles" as selected by popular ballot. Handsomest freshman boy .... Prettiest freshman qirl ...... -- - Hanclsomest sophomore boy .... Prettiest sophomore qirl .... Handsornest junior boy --- Prettiest junior girl - - - Bruce Purdy - -'- Suzie Iackson ------ Ioe Parr - - - Ioan Stevens - - - - Bob Woods - - - Betty Forrer Handsornest senior boy ---W ,--.- Konrad Purdy Prettiest senior girl Most cheerful boy Sweetest qirl in school .... - Most lndustrious boy --- Tallest boy ....... -.-- Cleverest boy - - -.,- ...N . ....... - - - - Most appropriately' dressed boy --- Most appropriately dressed qirl ---- All-American Future Farmer ..... Best all-around athlete ..... - Sararnae Venable ------ ----- Iirn Shuqart --- Suzie Iackson --- Richard Clark ---- Ioe Lackey ---- Sam Males --- Sam Males ---- Ioan White --- Ted Maliery ----- Bob Woods Most reckless driver .... --- Rodney Baldwin ROITIGO ........ B- .... ..... E arl Lacy ll-llief ---- ---,-- Ioan Shell Dopey ...... .... D on Granqer Scatterbrain --- .,., Gene Baker Baby Snooks --- -- --Donna Iarrett Iitterbuq .... .... B en Edwards l itterbuq ........ .- .....- -- Helen Iohnson Most talented musician --- ---,- Betty McMahon Most talented artist Wittiest boy .......... Boy with best posture -f-- Girl with best posture --- ---- ---- Amanda Eller - - - - Iirn Shuqart -- - - - Ioe Klotz - -- - Peqqy Mills Di1li THE SHADOW STAFF Noblesville High School Editor ............ Assistant Editor ..... Business Manager ........ ..... Asst. Business Manager Senior Activities ........ ....... Underclassmen - - - Pictures ......... School Activities .. - - - Calendar ........ Athletics - - - Typist .... Typist .... .... Typist ............... Student Photographer ..... Staff Artist ........... Staff Artist --- ....... ---- Staff Artist ............ Senior Class President-Advisor .... Faculty Advisor Printing by ..... PhotOQmPhy by .... 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