North Side High School - Legend Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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Row 4 Cecrl Kenton lack l':1lZlTl1llE'f Susre Lamb Iflxke Lana james Lee Luanne Lee Ted Lepfcl Pat Loucks Row 5 Sharon Mapes Carol Markwalder Lznda Mast Bob Mclfullouqh Robert Mr:Gu1re Tom Mllls Sharon Mxnyard Max Moore Row B Phyllis Moore Don Myers Larry Myers lean Neuman Fred Noll Tony Perez leanne Plxett Bob Prrce Row 7 lames Prrne Bxll Harney Donna Rasley Paul Raver Marsha Raymond Susre Rrchards Davrd Robinson Karol Ruby Row B Cynthrc Schanlaub Sally Schluntz Sharon Schultz Karen Selbert Paul Selbert Nancy Smnh Leshe Snyder James Stamm Row 9 Sharon Siark Damel Slout Rrchard Stumpf Marlene Stutz Dxane Sution Larry Taylor Yvonne Verqon Conme Vollman Row 10 Roger Waqner Mrke Walder Clgfiord Weaver Louann Weaver Iohn Wrldinq Hlta W1ll'ams Sharon Walkel Gene Young Tom Zurbruqg Clockwise 'FUN rp NO Fresh voters turn out on electron day if Ch-:rose the-ir m L 4 R ilvfrrte Pandidates. Frosh were qarcl-1 to pick up Dorrreland chsiorns, as was proved by the number of posters plastered on stairwell bulletin boards. Marlene Stutz, Lois MC- Dcwell, lean Brasher, and Mary Lori Haberly examine- a iew of them. Ardent fans cl Club 21 are Danny Ferris, Donna Bair, Efinnie Yoder, and Bruce King. Baby rt's cold oursidel Hard-hearted Marilyn Zaqer keeps buddies Kay Morris, Beverly Wappes, and Betsy Thompson out in the cold. ACTIVITIES e 100 in i -4 .S 13 xl- 'afw-Alz H V.. AI Q as Se QA, 9 5 S gif? 0 1 - 5 1 x wa -' -.' Q fm, 1 , 1 ' 1 , ' V f 'S s K :A mf-,.sg ,i, Q v. . - ' ' ,x5,:.3iE f ,gp f, Y Q- .,,.. , ,-pw -fn,-K.:1g..f., ig4K k:Q!g:-Z wgffx 1 Q . , , .. " f::'w-:i+g!ia"1?.E3-:.- , W 1 1 Q 1, . Q . ,ff,f1':i-1111: . .Y- ' ff'- .5,,gz,-.' - f' Q 2 K Qs " 2 if 3 u M I if z 5 ai PE -nl . 1 , rf. it x Ama. Seated left to right: Sue Bligh, Secretary, Stuart McMahan, President: Sue Lehman, Treasurer. Standing: Skip Haberly, Vice President. Student Council was organized for the pur- pose of creating better relationships and under- standing between the student body and school administration. Members, elected from clubs and home rooms, aid in school government and plan many school events. The most popular project of the council is the annual Get- Acquainted Day in the fall. At Christmas time, Student Council again undertook the crusade to aid needy families. On lunior High Evening in the Spring, prospective North Siders were taken on a tour of the school by council mem- bers. Each year the council also conducts a drive to raise money used for the support of two war orphans. A new project, undertaken to supplement council funds, was selling North Side notebooks with attractive red and white covers. The following were elected officers for the year: Stu McMahan, president: Paul Haber- ly, vice presidentg Sue Bligh, secretary: Sue Lehman, treasurer: lim Link, parliamentariang and Steve Gresley, sergeant-at-arms. Principal Robertson served as advisor. Council Strives for Row 1: S. l-louk, B. Moriarty, R. Kittinger, P. Vickers, D. Lapp, B. Grifiith, R. Whipple, M. Wible, S. Boxley, D. Anqlin, D. Cun- ningham. Row 2: P. Schuman, R. Butzier, N. Byrt, T. Tate, I. Hickman, B. O'Br1en, H. Schollett, L. Levin, S. MCMahan. Bow 3: L. Fair, D. l-larry, A. Poe, B, Walters, I. lohnson, l. Cooper, M. Haller, I. Stout, D. Oser, M. Cook, B. Clark. Row 4: D. G. Bojrab, C. Clauss, C. Winkler, B. Barker, M. Grove, G, Hatfield, M. Roth. Row 5: T. Duxbury, O. l-lolzworth, M. Schaub, M. Seibert, K. Knispel, I. Loudermilk, S. Bowman, I. Doughty, C. Andrews, Mr. O. Dale Robertson, Principal. Page 102 Left: These students are bringing Christmas qiits, which were collected in their home rooms for the needy families, into the qym. This was the second successful year for this project. Right: Stu McMahon, Club president, is desperately trying to convince these airls to buy a North Side notebook. Sellina these notebooks was a mcney-raisinzj project oi Student Council this year. Student-Faculty Harmony How 1: S. Beery, M. Zaqer, S. Harte-r, L. Feichter, M. Miller, I. Hippensteele, N. Starlzel, ll. Weeks, li.l. ll?-in. Row 2: F, Pcerman, D. Lechleitner, D. Bash, I. Bentz, D. Graet, I. White, H. Dimke, M. Ormiston, B. Vannata, I. Hallenliiii-Cir, ll. Lee. Row 3: S. Roberts, M. Staver, S. Eqqly, E. Schaper, C. Fraze, S. Cooper, D. Bair, S. Householder, li. Bolzay. Row 4: T. Laiii, S. Tanner, ll. Mitchell, R. Parke, I. Long, B. Benninqhoff, D. Walley. 'bs Page 103 Row 1: A. Rudensky, B. Briggs, I. Moris, S. Lehman, H. Ruchman, S. Borkenstein, B. Moriarty, S. Liniger, L. Rosenbaum, D. Hin- shaw, I. Coleman, S. Boxley, I. Doughty, E. Schoen. Row 2: L. Keller, R. Kittinger, D. Culbertson, D. Hill, B. Carey, S. Houser, L. Meyer, S. McNelley, M. Cook, I. Rice, S. Kellogg, S. Henry, S. Shideler, I, Sherbondy. Row 3: D. Durr, C. Blitz, S. Reasoner, B. Popp, P. Hosler, P. Retchless, S. Fawley, T. Pence, M. Cook, M. Musselman, P. Ross, A. McCreary, B. Beck, S. Harwood, M. Schaub, K. Pattengale, N. Lenz, D. Lane. Row 4: W. Williamson, D. Bash, P. Wehrenberg, D. Graet, I. Richhart, P. Cantelon, I. Stout, D. Pence, A. Poe, F. Redding. Row 5: T, Hayhurst, S. Henry, T. Popp, I. Bouillet, I. Cooper, D. Rinne, D. Oser, D. Cun- ningham, R. Gehring, D. Murrell. Members Study Hoosiers, Science ln Helicon Second semester ofticers Were, left to right: Iohn Stout, Presidentg Paulann Hosler, Secretaryg Maurice Cook, Treas- urer: Steve Carpenter, Vice President. Advisors were Miss Mildred Huffman and Miss Mabel Greenwalt. Page 104 Some years ago Helicon was organized to study the literary achievements ot authors, poets, and essayists. Each semester a theme is picked which acts as a basis tor the literature that is then studied. This year's themes were Hoosier Authors and Science Fiction. Activities for this year included a Christmas program for the Allen County Infirmary, the Spring Tea, and the Senior Farewell. First semester officers were Iudy Maris, presidentg Roy Butzier, vice presi- dentp Letty Bryce, secretaryp and Iohn Stout, treasurer. Lynn Rosenbaum, Maury Cook, Marcia Wible and Sue Borkenstein served as social, program, membership, and publicity chairmen, respectively. Others were Dixie Durr, service recorderg and Dortha Hill and Paulann Hosler, critics. Second semester ot- ticers were Marcia Wible, Dortha Hill, Roy Butzier, and Dixie Durr serving as social, mem- bership, program, and publicity chairmen, respectively. Others were Bev Beck, service re- corder: and Tom Pence and Linda Keller, critics. Under the able direction ot Mr. Harry Young and Miss Katherine Bothenberger, Globetrotters tries to promote interest in the study oi people ottoremnilands,the nmnhods ottheu govenr inenm,and wodd ahausin geneKn.The dub is composed of students who have dis- tinguished themselves in social science studies. Vanous pmnecm ofthe CHobeuoHersthE year induded cr Chnsnnas pany, an ahenganm dance, and a spring picnic. Crficers who were elected for the second semester were Paul Haberly, presidentg Roy Butzier, vice president: Diane Culbertson, secretaryg Bonnie Briggs, treasurery and Iohn Stout and Stuart McMahan, cosocku chanrnen. fi tl 'S if Qi , 'SZ' ,..., as Q gg We W , Qttt-:ers lor the tall semester were, lett to right: Stu M ahan. Vice President, Iohn Stout, l3residen', lfthn Shaft Treasurer. Standing: Paul Halg-erly, Scfial lQhairnian Absent: Bonnie Briggs, Secretary. Pictures, Words Carry 'Trotters Around World Row 1: E. Lodge, D, Bates, S. Lehman, H. Buchrnan, B. Briggs, B. Whipple, A. Budensky, B. Harris, S. Limger, How 2: C. Blitz, l. Deeley, L. Bryce, I. Glock, D. Culbertson, L. Rosenbaum, A. Brewer, D. Lane, S. McNelley, S. Shideler, A. Filleul, D. Parrish. Row 3: Mr. H, Young, D. G. Bojrab, S. Henry, D. Oser, I. Iohnson, L. Keller, C. Blessing, I. Stout, B. Butzier, I. Shoal't, D. Murrell, l. Link, S. Carpenter, Miss K. Ftothenberger. Row 4: S. Haberly, B. Zager, T. Pence, S. Gresley, D, Binne, D. Pence, T. Mullins. T. McMahan. Page 105 Synonymous with Fall in the hearts oi all true Americans is the World Series. These pupils are not taking it easy. More nervous energy is bee ing spent here before the T.V. set than in any classroom. No wonder, the Braves are behind! At the end of September, the new bulletin boards in the stairwells were plastered with signs telling each Redskin to vote for this or that student candidate. Each candidate was nominated in a class meeting. A second meeting permitted the presidential and vice presidential nominees to give cam- paign speeches. Lett: Iohn Stout leaves the voting machine as Denny Anglin, lim Link, Stu Mclvlahan, and Bill Clark wait in line. Right: "Who dat 'der?" Lots of friendly rivalry developed as shown by lim Link who is objecting to lill Deeley's choice of candidates. Page 7 Row 1: L. Fetchter, S. Celts, L. Buch. Row 2: Miss Frances Plummans, advisor, C. Kelsey, S. Dixon, L Clock, I, Thomas, M. De-rrow, B. Marsh, Ll Brandt, D. Snyder. Row 3: S Nt:-wlxtzrd, FL Mrdden, I Cooper, S. Fawley. S. Heller, T. Hawk, Mr, Pgul Lemlze, advisor. Students Pursue Modern Language Club was tormed by the merging ot French and Spanish clubs. lt not only otters opportunities tor advancement in that tield, but also strives to make the students better adjusted socially, as they take part in each meeting. Activities tor the club have been a dance, co-sponsored with the lunior Classical League, and a joint Christmas party. ln the spring they again joined for their annual picnic. Modern Languages First semester orlicers were Iohn Cooper, presi- dentg lanet Loudermilk, vice presidentg Dianne Brandt, secretary: Carolyn Kelsey, treasurer, and ludy Glock, chairman ot the social com- mittee. Officers tor the second semester were Darlene Snyder, president, Dianne Brandt, vice president, Sharon Getz, secretary, Steve Fawley, treasurer, and Bon Madden, chairman ot the social committee. Page 106 Lelt to right: Iudy Glock, Lucy Feichter, Dianne Brandt, Steve Holler, and Steve New- hard relax after modeling clothes from foreign lands during a club meeting. I4 Row 1: B, Bade, B. Fall, C. Ehrsam, D. Hinshaw, B. Gruriwald, M. Iesse, M, Clauss, B. l-lorne, D. Lechleitener. Row Z: S. Gregg, S. Lauterberg, E. Terrell, V, Gehron, B. Barnes, D. l-lagadorn, S. High, S. Harwood. Row 3: T. Kruger, C. Harrzieyizr, ft. lfrieie, B. Hines, B. Kam, I. l.arnpre-:ht, E, Lcngardner, I. Blackburn, Miss I. Bcwen. Row 4: B. llaiizsch, I. Ekenf.-.':::i. D. Graet, D, Bash, I. Bentz. Classicists Study Ancient Civilization Iunior Classical League is a national or- ganization composed of classical clubs through- out the United States. lts purpose is to encour- age among the students a greater understand- ing and appreciation ot the civilization, lan- guage, literature, and art of ancient Greece and Rome. Our own I.C.L.'s events tor the sea- son included a Christmas party held in the cafeteria, a joint dance and picnic held with the Modern Language club. The officers for the fall term were Barbee Moriarty, senior consul, Deanna i-linshaw, Junior consulg Iudy Bice, scribay Martha Miller, quaestorg Iohn Bentz and Becky Wright, aedilesy Paul Wehrenloerg, praedicator. Second term officers were Iudy Bice, senior consulg Deanna Hinshaw, junior consul: Vernell Gehron, scribag Deanna Mare quart, quaestorg Madelyn Beberstein and Mari- lyn Hicks, aedilesp Iohn Bentz, praedicator. The club was advised by Miss Iudith Bowen, Miss Lorraine Foster, and Mrs. Marjorie Spoolstra. Row 1: B. McCoy, S. Maxwell, D. Vtfeeks, I. Bice, A. Sosenheirner, A. Stellner, D. Schenher. Row 2: P. Wehrerikierg. L. Scharner- loh, K. Treesh, D. Scheele, S. Weeks, B. Wright, C. Smith. Row 3: Miss L. Foster, l.. Lutton, B. Manning, D. Marauart, P. Parker, C. Hang, K. Vtfoodward, D. Salisbury, I. Shown, Mrs. M, Spoolstra. Row 4: E. Boop, T, Stoeckley, L. VVehrle, P, Spies, NT. Williamson, B. Strohl, M. Miller, .I Roggy, S. Berry. 1- WVSPSSGF '7' if-P. 'W Officers left to right are: Carole McCollum, Secretaryg Skip Haberly, President, Sandy Cooper, Treasurer. Ierry Hick- man, Vice President, was absent. Young Waltons Study Nature's Mysteries Sponsored by Miss Vesta Thompson and Mr. hobbies, cultivate interests in nature, and col- Clirlord Ott, Nature Club enables its members lect materials for research. The following mem- to gain a better knowledge of the out-ot-doors bers were elected as officers for the year: Paul and wild lite, and to have tun doing it. Besides Haberly, president, Ierry Hickman, vice presi' hikes and trips in warmer weather, the club dent: Carole Mc Collum, secretary: and Sandra offers members a chance to develop interesting Cooper, treasurer. Row 1: I. Lamprecht, C. Carroccio, M. Haberly, S. Richards, B. Rodenbeck. Row 2: I. Bardsley, I. Howard, Pt. Cook, I.. Feichter, G. Brown, T. Bosserman. Row 3: Miss V, Thompson, W. Williamson, I. Wellman, L. Taylor, D. Wilkins, I. Warsaw, Mr. H. Lewton, Mr. C. Ott, Page 108 ' Row 1: B. Steward D. Lane, C. Roth, C. Loclzwcod, C. Flcdenbeclc, S. Vfehrie, B. Popp, S. Eorltenstein P. Vickers. Row 2: T. Shoart, D. Pontius, A. Poe, M. Schwanz, T. White, C. Winkler, D. Tryon, I. Shoati, D. Oser, D. Steffen. Row 3: Mr. H. Thomas, V. Scheele, K. Wall, D. VValters, T. Pence, D. Flmne, B. Vfalters, I. Stout, l. Palm, G. Tustison, P. McKinley. Row 4: S. Carpenter, l. Cooper, T. McMahon, D. Proctor, T. Mullins, D. Pence, P. Spies P. Rcss, S. Fawley. Phy-Chem Interests Scientific Minded Students Membership in Phy-Chem is open to junior and senior students in physics and chemistry classes. its purpose is to stimulate further in- terest in the sciences. Demonstrations and ex- periments are qiven at the meetings by club sponsors Mr. Harold Thomas and Mr. Sherman Pressler. Officers tor the tall semester were Denny Oser, president: Tom McMahan, vice president, Sue McNelley, secretaryy Steve Carpenter, treasurer: and D. G. Bojrab, social chairman. Officers tor the sprinq semester were D. G. Boirab, presidenty Dan Mclver, vice president: Iohn Cooper, secretaryy Iohn Shoah, treasurerg and Wayne Payne, social chairman. Row 1: C. McCollum, I. Comer, I. Fle-1scher,A. Brewer, D. Bauqhman, B. Harris, S. Craig, L. Meyer, S. McNeliey. Row 2: l.'l. Barqer, M. Jones, S. I-lenry, I. Iohrxson, D. Kienzle, E. Keller, G. Altekruse. Row 3: L. Leadbetter, i. Bouillett, R. l-fnapp-rhberaer, D. G.'Bojrab, I. Blackburn, D. Cunninaham, M. Cook, S. Liniqer, Mr. S. Pressier. Row 4: C. Morrell, R. Gate-r, S. Gresley, D. Eolcis, B. Mutch, P. Cantelon, M. Blombach, D. Murrell, I. Hickman, C. Gray. Row 1: B. Pcrip C. Showalter, P. Burns, l. Cclarnan, S. Faulkner, S. l-lcdser, C. Eearner, I. Glock. S. 'VVanas. Row 2: S. Schamer- lch, M, lwl.sselnian, lvf Haines, H. Huchnxcxn, P. Vickers, S. ifellcgg, A. M:Creary, S. Mcltlelley, P. Smith, B. Benner, Row 3: Mr. Fzanzrnzn, N. Carxiimdge, lf. Ncteszine, l. Earclsley, G. Altelzruse, P. Butzier, M. Barger, L. Snell, lf, Pattengale. M. Rc-th, S. hc..l:, C. lviumy, ixfrs. ffhapnian. Programs Help Prospective Teachers Plan Future F.T.A. was organized to cultivate the tundaf mental qualities in teaching tor students inter- ested in educational work. The organization, under the direction ot Mrs. Mary Ann Chap- man, also tries to help undecided students pick their vocations by planning their programs with speakers, panel discussions, and visits to col- leges. Members also substitute as student teachers when the regular instructor is unable to attend his class. Officers elected tor the first semester were as follows: Nancy Cambridge, presidentg lane Glock, vice presidentg Harriet Ruchman, secretaryp and Roy Butzier, treasurer. Oiiicers for the second semester were: lane Glock, president: Sandy Schamerloh, vice presidentg Carol Blessing, secretaryg and Mar- go Musselman, treasurer. -i 1 '. u ' While Mr. Cleon Fleck seems to be taking life easy, Carol Blessing arnbitiously leads his class in a discussion. Many F.T.A. mem- , bers gain practical experience substituting for teachers. Page 110 Row 1: B. Briggs, Ft. Whipple, D. Baughman, D. User, T. McMahan, A. Mirtfreary, S. Erase, B Harris. Row 2: M. Wilfle. P. Parker, S. Batterslgc-ll, B. Marsh, M. Maloney, D. Cfflkiitsin, S. fviililelley, S, Ltntaer, P. Smith. Row 3: Mrs. A N' st cz' rn, lc. . f sh N fr c -t A. mr, H t tae- -t . -1 Lecmion, I. Corner, S. Smith, P. Hosler, C. Van lizrk M. Thcn is, M. hcth, lvl. hunt, L, l. ls.y, Mr. L. .cl,.... Juniors Further National Red Cross Aims lr. Red Cross is an important service club to the community as Well as a link between the school and the American Red Cross. ln the event oi a disaster l.R.C. stands ready with the local chapter to give whatever aid is needed. The club also participates in various activities such as Wrapping presents for aged women at the Rest Home ior Women and making joke books and writing portfolios ior patients in the Veterans Hospital. Through such activities as these. the lr. Red Cross hopes to make the lives it At the "Coronation Hop" Valentine dance a king, Mike Dcifiorn, and cr queen, Karyn Bobay, were crowned by Diane Culbertson and Iohn Cooper, respectively. Page lll 3 E 3 XJ" oi those who are less fortunate, a little more enjoyable. Also this year, like last, the club sponsored a combination sock hop and Valene tine dance. The following were elected officers for the year: Marcia Wible, presidentp Stu McMahan, vice presidentg Paulann l-losler, secretaryy Phil Cantelon, treasurerg Tom Mc- Mahan, membership chairmang and Barbee Moriarty, social chairman. Advisors were Mrs. Alice Nusbaum and Mrs. Charles Clark. T Y Row 1: K. Racine, S. Robnalte, I, Stevens, C. Stevens, S. Richards, D. Reqedanz, D. Schrock. Row 2: L. Schamerloh, M. Reiter, B. Selzer, I. Smith, D. Sommers, I. Rice, A. Sosenheimer, N. Rinehart, I. Terry. Row 3: N. Starkel, S. Tarnow, B. Soucie, M. Wilson, l. Ricketts, D. Scheele, D. Salisloury, Miss L. Foster. Row 4: N. Shriver, B. Sampson, D. Van Lmcgen, M. Teatmeyer, M. Seibert, C. Tahacoff, D. Smith, I. Shown. Polar-Y Grows In Mind, Body, Spirit Affiliated with the Y.W.C.A., Polar-Y strives to maintain a Christian atmosphere at North Side. This club is open to any qirl who wishes to join and it provides many activities for the members. The yearly proqram of activities in- cludes Y-Teen conferences, an after-game dance, the Mother-Daughter Senior farewell, the annual banquet and the Faculty Tea. Officers for the first semester were Stephana Houk, presidentg Mary Huth, vice presidentg and Kay Reqedanz, secretary-treasurer. Second semester officers were Mary Huth, Nancy Starkel, and Iudy Rice, respectively. Advisors were the Misses Lorraine Foster and Marjorie Bell. Row 1: I. Earl, S. Hanna, S. Householder, L. Gaston, I. Bredemeyer, D. Brandt. Row 2: S. Iones, C. I-Iazelett, V. Gehron, C. Carroccio, D. Erhardt, P. Burns, S. Edqerley. Row 3: I. Iunk, D. Butler, S. Hatfield, M. I-faberly, S. Blouqh, M. Fisher, I. Beck, C. Fraze. Row 4: S. F-eller, C. Iohnston, K. Findly, P. Friend, S. Battershell, C. Blessing, K. Garrett, K. Foy, G. Hatch. Row 5: M. Iesse, I. Eninqer, C. Cameron, R. Crum, I. Glock, K. Foellinaer, M. Bullard, I. Benecke, I. Gordon, S. Cooper. FB-IX' xp liiglisizlrl "To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community," is the Hi-Y pledge. The club is a high school branch ot the Young Men's Christian Association, and is affiliated with the state and national Hi-Y. The club participates in an annual city wide drive to collect money to con- tribute to the World Service Drive. The club also carries on other drives to raise money for Hi-Y projects. The oiiicers serving HifY for the year were Dan Cunningham, presi- dent: Tom Pence, vice presidentg Dan Fullcerson, secretary: Dick Pence, treasurer, Bill Trulockg chapliny and Dave Myers, ser- geant-at-arms. The club sponsor is Mr. lohn Malott. Officers, seated le-it to right, are Dan Fulkerson, Dan Cunningham, and Tom Pence. Standing are Dick Pence, Bill Trulock, and Dave Myers. Hi-Y Maintains High Standards, Ideals Row 1: D. Stephan, T. Xlfhife, E. Trulcck, S. Schoepke, D. Cnr nmgham, D. Full:-erscn T. Penta ivlr. l a Row T r ad I. iohnson, D. Bower, I. Roberts, E. Emi, ifl. Eloomliauoh, A. Pce, P. Erwin, Row 3: D. Pence, l. Fatii r rn Gs r McMahon, D. Myers, l. Shoaii. Row 1: L. Feichter, P. Pence, L. Milett, L. Gaston, I. Luce, D. Cornelius. Row 2: S. Clippinger, M. Beberstein, S. Bichards, M. l-laberly, L. Lutton, M. Mannan, K. Garrett. Row 3: Mr. S. Lee, T. Kruger, D. Graet, I. Bentz, l, Ellenwood, W. Williamson, B, Buesching, P, Wehrenberg, I. Wellman, T. Stoeckly, T. l-layhurst. Encouraging freshman and sophomores who are interested in speech to participate in the many areas of speech work is the purpose ot I.F.L. Sponsored by Mr. Lee, members are urged to take part in debate, extemporaneous speaking, humorous and dramatic declama- tions, and poetry reading. When these meme bers have earned twenty points by entering speech contests, they will be admitted to the National Forensic League, a national high school honorary society for public speakers and debators. N.F.L. at North Side is under the direction of Mr. Albert Coil. J.F.L., N.F.L. Offer Speech Opportunities Row 1: Dianne Stevens, Linda Olznger, Deanna I-lockerneyer, Sarah Shideler, Cindy Blitz, Letty Bryce, Beverly Beck, Sue Lehman. Row 2: lchn Shooft, Iohn Stout, Dave Rinne, Skip Haberly, Phil Cantelon, Lincoln Schroclc. The North Side Key Club is a service club designed to develop initiative and leadership, to serve the cornrnunity and school, and to prepare for useful citizenship. The northeast Kiwanis Club is the sponsor for Key Club and Mr. Glen Bickel is the faculty advisor. Member- ship of the club is open to any sophomore, junior, or senior boy. The main project of Key Club this year was the publishing of the North Side Key, a directory of all the students. The officers for the year were: Steve Gresley, presi- dentg Bob O'Brien, vice president 7 Dave Murrell, secretary-treasurer: and D. G. Bojrab, sergeant- CIT-CII'I'I1S. g .. itil, t 5 i 1 , Taking time out from one ot their Wednesday noon meals to face the camera are officers Dave Murrell, Steve Gresley, and Bob O'Brien. Junior Kiwanis Boys Publish Redskin Key Row 1: S. Fortmeyer, I. Shevron, B. Bode, T. Bashelier, S. Woods. Row 2: S. Bade, S. Williams, T. Lindenberg, R. Strohl, L. Fair, I. O'Brien. Row 3: G. Essex, D. Pence, I. Hickman, D. Bash, S. Gresley, B. O'Brien, T. Dougherty, T. Lindenberg, M. Musto, D. Murrell, D. G. Boirab. l 1124 " ,'3" T ... ' f x K 59' Ti'-' . k Ar V :mf A ' I s Q Q 4 . Vx, " '33 ,f V 2 f ll ' - 4 1 1 , 'L., QQ, , ' . ' - A t 1 Q 2, Q1 1 Y. - x. 1 . ,Zz K '75, 3' rf? i , .sq 'Q fr. xg vk S 1 ' - 5, will f W Y , k 4 " V 1.5553 ? Vitf vi' Q ' "t nlulwl ' iluwlzi ultima: :nl uni: illll 1 , ll!! X lil I I , an x u I a an 1 n qu! 19.0 .X .. nf 23 ' us A A rise lux Q e in, In' 'lib Page 8 Row 1: l, Rhodes, S. Iacquay, S. Getz, D. Hungerford. Row 2: I. Heck, D. Walley, D. Gage, B. White, D. Weber, G. Flauding. Row 3: Mr. Myron Henderson, advisor, K. Pfister, E. Keller, P. Fletcher, G. Tennell, P. Spies, Mr. Stanley Lee, advisor. Amateur Photographers Develop Skills Camera Club, complete with a new dark- room, yields much knowledge of photography to the shutterbugs ot North Side. lts yearly pro- gram includes visits to professional photog- raphy studios and camera shops. On these trips they view various equipment and learn the latest techniques in taking and developing pictures. North Side is fortunate to possess the excellent photography equipment that the cam- era club is permitted to use, provided it is handled in the right manner. Those members who served as ol-ticers for both semesters were Pat Fletcher, president: Sharon Getz, vice-presi- dentg Sandra lacquay, secretary-treasurerg and loan Rhodes, social chairman. Lett: Stanley Roe and Mr. Henderson are discussing a winning photograph in the National Photography Contest. These pic- tures were on display in the clubroom. Right: Members viewing a camera at a local camera shop are left to right: Pat Fletcher, Bill Maloley, and Sharon Getz, and advisor, Mr. Henderson. affix' I " " ....... N gl Q . 5. Row 1: S. Fischer, K, Kmspel, E. Rousseau, M, Serbert. Row 2: S. Rowe, G. Brubaker, P. Dove, I. Arens, D. Marshall, Mr. N. Whittern. Row 3: B. Loos, B. Phillips, M. Tegtrneyer, K, Keller. S. Flynn, A. McCreary. Boosters Feed Hungry Fans Booster Club was organized in 1927 for the purpose ot increasing school spirit and uphold- ing and advancing the ideals of North Side. The ambitious Boosters' main occupation is selling refreshments to the hungry fans that flock to the concession stand at our games. At tournament time they take on the added job ot selling badges and shakers. As a reward tor their well-spent time and energy, Dick Marshall, Bill Phillips, and Larry Stebing received pins, while Sharon Flynn and Phyliss Gordon re- ceived guards. Assisting Mr. Noel Whittern, ad- visor, were otiicers Dick Marshall, presidentg Gary Brubaker, vice president, Sharon Flynn, secretary, Phyliss Gordon, point recorder: and Marsha Seibert, Student Council representative. Distributing refreshments to two loyal Bed- skin fans, John Iohnson and Sue McNelley, are lett to right Dick Marshall, Rosalyn Loos, Shirley Fischer, Karen Knispel, Sharon Flynn, and Gary Brubaker. Page 117 .3,, rx , Q 4 QQ Row 1: M. Cook, P. Bfittlnger, B. Millette, C. Smith, B. Allen, l. Comer. l. Warsaw, L. Meyer. Row 2: l. Hoffman, S. Harwood, C. Davis, S. Each. S. Mayhew, l. She-riitondy, D. Anglin, D. Graet, M. M.ller, D, Behrens, S. Baker, M. Cook, K. Ruby, K. Seibert, T. Bosserman, L. Snyder. Row 3: Fx. Cwuingrich, D. Lane, P, Farl-zer, E. Hoop, E. Meyer, W. Sidiner, T. Hayhurst, S, Henry, K. Parl-:iz-r, T. lfnuiqp, l, Eniger, P, Barnum, B. Carey, l. Stedden D. Clark, L. Snell. Row 4: D. Rasley, A. Hastings, C. Keller, H. Halma, H. Gater, C. Seglgert, E. Lcdge. Standing: Mr. C. Vf. Hatt, S. laiauay, L. Biddlecome, E. Benninghoff, l. Rhodes, B. Cunninlhanx, l. Link. Growing Orchestra Blends In Fine Music This year the membership of the orchestra, under the direction of Mr. C. W. Hatt, increased to more than fifty members. With almost twice as many members, their performances were twice as outstanding. They displayed their ability while performing in concerts, the Senior Play and Varsity Varieties. Each year many of the members complete in the Solo and En- semble Contest, bringing home many top hon- ors for their accomplishments. Both our orch- estra and band have reached a new peak in size and musicianship. Officers elected for the year were Rhea Kittinqer, presidentg Maury Cook, vice president, and Bill Cunningham, secretary. Left: Mr. Hatt is sit-inmly dr-eczzng these serif:-us music students who are preparing for a concert. Right: Officers Maury Coolz, Rhea llrziinger, and Bill Cunningham are taking time out to discuss a musical selection. l il Row 1: D. Analin, T. Hayhurst, K. Notestine, I. Sherbondy, L. Gump, M. Raymond, I. Parsons, ff. Amalurrz, S. Ealzei, l.t. Efhiens, M. Miller, D. Graet. Row 2: E. Bri.:-eco, S. Mayhew, E. Bryan, T. Knupp, A. Cart.-ty, I. Eninaer, P. Barnum, E. xait y, E. Mes- serschmidt, I. Warsaw, P. Burns, W. Sidener, I. Blackburn, L. Mcses, V. Harp, lvl Ciolt. Row 3: M. Grant, C. Ligriirswtitrzlt, L. Leadbetter, M. Moore, L. Ruch, B. Popp, T. Stoecl-Zley, L. May, S. Henry, lf. Parker, lf. Schuman, C. Vfinltler T. Mullins, B. Havens, I. Hippensteelf-, M. Bell, I. Linl-:, E. Cunningham, Fx. Butzier, I. Rhodtl-s, lf. Clauss, B. Carey, Fl. Vannatta. Row 4: S. Moore, M. Beberstein, Ft. Cook, I. Saxton, I. Finch, A. Leinier, B. Worster, C. Smith, G. Moore, G. Swtntcrd, L. Snell, L. Souahan, li. Parker, D. Miilver, E. Benninfihott, D. Randall, L. Branilgilett, I. Esst-r P. Roth, I. Stcdfl-err, D. lflarlz. Standing: Mr. C. W. Hatt, M. Cook, D. Bali, E. Eozer, L. Brcltilleconie, S. Ificquay. Band Gains Recognition Through United Ettorts The band, under the able direction ot Mr. C. VV. Hatt, spent many hours practicing tor the numerous activities which would be incom- plete without it. The band performed untirinqly at tootball and basketball qames, pep sessions, and concerts. This year the band appeared in tour concerts and two quest proqrams. Last tall, the "Marching Redskins" were presented the Sweepstakes trophy tor the best all around band, in their division, in the Marching Con- test. To climax the year, the band took a two- day concert tour throuqh southern lndiana. Left: Band c-Hitters Denny Anqlin, President, Phil Schuman, Vice President, and Bob Vannatta, Secretary, pose sheepishly for the photographer. Right: Band members stand motionless while judges are consulting at the band contest. l 27S.H '- " X' ' . W 1 x' .1 nur' 'uAu.ih, 4,.1.Ax it iv i 21 it 'ii Row 1: I. Finch, I. lohnson, R. Crick, M. Raymond, N. l-lufi, D. Schrock, C. Amelung. Row Z: T. Krueger, S. Householder, R. Harshman. D. Boren, D. Terry, I. Doehrman, D. Gage, A. Carey, P. Warsaw, K. Ruby, I. Kinley, M. Volz, C. Derbyshire, C. Lee. Row 3: B. Bade, K. Andrews, B. Selzer, B, Iohnson, l. Wellman, T. Timkle. R. Dow, I. Willman, S. Caple, L, Soughan, I. Richart, P. Klaren, l.. Meyers, B. Havens, P. Clark, B. Eenninghoff, B. Gore, P. Roth. Standing: Mr. C. W. Hatt. Varsity Band, Twirlers, Strive To Please Varsity Band, under the direction of Mr. C. W. Hatt, is the first stepping stone toward be- coming a member of the concert band. Fresh- men and beginning music students make up the membership and they gain much practical experience. Without our twirling lassies, one might tind tootball and basketball games lacking in color. These charming girls spend a great deal ot time practicing and perfecting many novelty and difficult routines. With the help oi Mr. Hatt, the twirlers plan their own routines and costumes, hoping to please the Redskin fans. Row 1: Nancy Martin, Cynthia Orcutt, Bunny Qlds, Monna Clark, Sharon Wagner, Sue Walters, Iudy Kurtz, Connie Baker. Row Z: lane Martin, Carol Buckmaster, Sandy Smith, Sherry Anderson, lanielle Merrill, Iudy Bowen, Carol Shartner, Donna Hagadc-rn, ludy Glock. Row 1: Dianne Lapp, Cindy Blitz, Sue Lehman, Sue Borkenstein, Deanna Hockemeyer, Letty Bryce, Dixie Durr. Row 2: loyce Wehrenberg, Paul Pederson, Iohn Stout, Dan Fulkerson, Stuart McMahan, lohn Bouillet, Bob Zager, Del Prcctcr, Steve Hctei, Beverly Beck, Mr. lames Purkhiser. National Thespians, N.S.I. Honor Dramatists, Musicians The National Thespian Society was organ- ized for the purpose of advancing the dramatic arts standards in secondary schools. Under the direction ot Mr. Iames Purkhiser, the local North Side chapter honors those students who have distinguished themselves in the dramatic arts during their high school career. Each spring, new members are formally initiated, after which they attend a banquet. N.S.l. is an honorary club for members ot the band and orchestra. lts purpose is to further the members' interest in instrumental music. Giticers elected for the year were Phil Schuh man, presidenty Maury Cook, vice presidentp Rhea Kittinger, secretaryg Max Bell, treasurer: and Dennis Anglin, parliamentarian. Mr. C. W. Hatt advises this group. Row 1: Diane Behrens, Bill Cunningham, Bob Vannatta, Rhea Kittinger, Barb Popp, Donelda Lane, Susan Baker, lanice Eninger, Row 2: Marcia Grant, Max Bell, Bill Carey, Leo Snell, Lenora Meyers, Sherry Mayhew, Martha Miller, ludy Comer, Eugene Boop. Row 3: Roberta Guingrich, Bosellen Messerschmidt, Gerald Swinford, Dan Mclver, Chuck Clouse, Boy Butzier, Chuck Winkler, Susan Harwood, Sandra Iacquay, Marilyn Cook, Denny Anglin. Row 4: Steve Henry, Phil Schuman, lerry Stodden, Larry Biddlecorne, Bob Bozer, Dick Graet, Tom Hayhurst, Ierry Hoffman, ,lim Link, Maury Cook. How 1: L. Olinger, D. Lapp, B. Griffith, C. Blessing, I. Shown, B. Hines, I. Homeyer, S, Milligan, R, Kittinger, S. Koehlinger, K. Pattengale, L. Keller, I, Moris, D. Culbertson, B. Moriarty, S. Borkenstein, B. Briggs. Row 2: S. Guillaume, I. Leedy, I. I-larrold, I. Iohnson, L. Rosenbaum, A. Brewer, C. Cameron, D. l-fill, B. Steward, P. Hosler, S. Peters, S. Shicleler, E. Parr, P. Osborn, D. Hockemeyer, S, Lehman. Row 3: D. Schuerenberg, W. Williams, S. Hofer, R. Borton, I. Bentz, L. Gilpin, P. Ross, N, .Byrt, B. Bahr, A. Poe, D. G. Boirab, F. Redding. Row 4: B. Maloley, G.Earl, D. Murrell, D. Myers, B. Kabisch, G. Essex, I. Fitch, I. Leeth, P. Cantelon, D. Cunningham, G. Tennell I. Rhoads, D. Thomas, R. Ge-hring. Director, Miss Ieanette Rich stands at far left. A Cappella, Choruses North Side's A Cappella choir, under the di- rection of Miss Ieanette Rich, encountered a year of many diversified programs. These con- certs ranged from light to sacred in mood and many lasted an hour in length. The choir also made radio recordings, caroled at Christmas time, and took charge of the Easter assembly. ln the Spring the annual concert trip climaxed a fun-filled, unforgettable year. Officers for the year were Neil Byrt, presidentg Bill Maloley, Each year, before taking part in the Christmas assembly, A Cappella members carol through the halls of school. ' ilk3'5l3t- eL 'C3 Provide Top Vocal Music vice president: Iudy Iohnson, secretaryg and D. G. Bojrab, social chairman. A Cappella, however, is not the only vocal group at North Side. There are four other groups which work equally hard, and all of these students have hopes of someday becom- ing an A Cappella member. These groups are shown on the opposite page. Top left: Chorus classy top right: Male Choirp middle: Girl's Choir, bottom: Varsity Choir. Miss Rich happily accepts the gift given to her from the A Cappella members at the Christmas banquet. D. G. Bojrab, Sue Lehman, and Neil Byrt really seem to be enjoying themselves. Qidk? ' n ? Yi' 961 if: 1 3 r 1a 1 wf lil!! 1 9 V ,D gif!! fa it i ,it ti:-i Q K .-nw.--a--Q... -A, o I . b f ! Nlflli S 'l '-"5 'P 'Q2 fill!! Ll! 4.521 D,- Chcmsonettes, left to right: Fthea Killing-er, Dianne Lapp, Boltliti Griffith, Deanna l-lccl-cemeyer, Diane Culbertson, Sue Lehman, Bonnie Briggs Sarah Shideler, Bark-ee Moriarty. Competition Inspires Chansonettes, Triple Trio The Chansonettes and Triple Trio are special groups composed of members from the A Cap- pella choir. Although there is much friendly rivalry between the two groups, both devote a great deal of time in perfecting a variety of songs. Besides performing in many of the A Cappella concerts, they also display their talents before civic organizations and clubs. The girls' attire consisted of black taffeta dresses, while the boys sported white dinner jackets and plaid cummer bunds and ties. With the aid of accompanists Sally Elliott and Dave Murrell, the ensembles received praise wherever they performed. Triple Trio, left to right: Neil Byrt, D, C1. Bojrab, Phil Ross, Dan Cunningham, Phil Cantelon, Bill lvlaloley, Dave Myers, and Glen Essex. 1500 Club, Quill and Scroll Goal of Journalists 1500 Club is an honorary organization tor all journalism students interested in working tor merit awards. The aim of the journalist is to earn 1500 points for membership, then work toward higher awards consisting ot a bronze pin tor 1,500 points, a silver pin tor 3,000 points, a gold pin tor 5,000 points, and a gold jeweled pin for 10,000 points. Membership in Quill and Scroll is the highest honor a high school student can receive in the field ot journalism. This honorary society re- quires that a person must have done outstand- ing work in some phase ot journalism for a period ot one year or more. Members, who are upperclassmen, must also be in the upper third of their class. These members are chosen by the national executive secretary ot Quill and Scroll upon the recommendation ot Miss Norma Thiele, advisor. Top. Quill and Scroll: Dixie Durr, Alice Rudensky, Dave Murrell, Harriet Huchman, Letty Bryce, Dianne Lapp. Middle. 1500 Club. Row 1: Sue Maxwell, Dianne Brandt, Sherrie Moore. Bow 2: Mike Ormiston, Dick Harry, Sherrie Reasonrr Dave Muirell. Miss Norma Thiele is the port in the storm for workers in the publications department. During her four years at North Miss Thiele has gained a number of friends in her advising ot the Legend and Northerner. The corsage in the picture was sent to her by the Northerner start when she attended the C. S. P. A. convention in New York City. lt was at this convention that the Northerner received the first class rating. Page 125 VEL UIIE INCREASED POPULATION REQUIRED NEW CAFETERIA Because of the increased population at Domeland, We were forced to invent bigger eating accommodations. ln the Spring of 1957, the "space under the Dome" was cleared, resulting in the loss of such landmarks as the rifle range and the journalism files. While Redskins were vacationing, workmen were busy trying to meet the Septem- ber deadline. Construction was completed in Oc- tober, and the cafeteria was initiated by students at an after-game dance. The third floor cafeteria Was used the final time before school closed for teachers' convention, after which North Siders enjoyed eating lunch in a dream school cafeteria. Flowers and Words of congratulations were me- mentoes of the opening. Page 9 Co-operation Makes Northerner Tick Every week, under the direction of Miss Norma Thiele, the members of a hard Working Northerner staff pool their efforts and present North Side with an outstanding school paper. The Northerner educates, entertains, and stimu- lates student thinking on a national as well as local level. Many citations have been awarded to the Northerner. Quill and Scrolls international honor rating, first class honor ratings by the National Scholastic Press Association, and the Columbia Scholastic award are only a few. Serving as editor-in-chief for the first semester was Alice Rudensky: managing editor, Dave Murrellp news editor, Dick Harryp feature editor, Sherrie Reasonerg sports editor, Gary Tustisonp circulation manager, Paul Wehrenbergg and business manager, Harriet Meek. The second semester staff included editor-in-chief, Dick Harry: copy editor, Dave Murrelly managing editor, Sherrie Reasonerp news editor, Sue Max- wellg feature editor, Dianne Brandtg sports editor, Sherry Moorey circulation manager. Mike Fangery advertising manager, Pat Parker: and business manager, Mike Ormiston. Alice Rudensky was student advisor. Semester editors-in-chief Alice Rudensky and Dick Harry confer on a layout problem. Upper lelt: Mike Fanger and Sherrie Reasoner take sub- scription money trom Northerner agents. Upper right: A familiar Friday morning scene in ll3 is the counting out of papers to Northerner agents for student distribution. Center left: Hard at work at pounding the key-board are writers Sherry Moore and Sue Maxwell. Center right: Hard Work reaps its rewards, and the publi- cation statts received theirs at the annual mid-semester banquet. Novice Mike Fanger entertains the group with a wild tale of adventure. Bottom: These smiles on the faces of students show the value of a stai'f's hard work. Gathered together for a monthly staff meeting are Nancy Motz, Alice Rudensky, Tom Popp, Dick Harry, Eve Meyer, Becky Wright, Sarah Dixon, Gary Tustison, Mike Fanger, Sue Maxwell, and Dianne Brandt. . .Q H' .ZW Q 1 rg . , A ,swf-7, . ,. ,H-.M X - gf :n f X we ,: x 1 i v'S5W . 5' ygg. W, - NQFS1 bv' 1 W W..,.,y WX' b x 1+ A. V ,.,,.,, A ,f1'w,. xvsg fm H.. Z 52 it 2I 22 28 29 45 '-,.. www! ,,ff sf- jf' .W-HL n-'F L -s- X. Meng: , :iii X fl 152' QT. Yearbook Staff Records Legend In Making Opposite page Upper left: Faculty editor Iudy Moris rewrites copy as her assistant Ioyce Wehrenberg checks through some faculty pictures. Upper right: Comparing notes on class section problems are: Sue Bligh, asst. senior editorg Denny Oser, senior editorg Sue Poplett, junior editor: Sue Iones, asst. junior editorg and Barb Griffith, trosh editor. Absent were soph editor and assi. Susan Bower and Marcia Grant, and Patti Parker, freshman asst. editor. Center left: Steve Carpenter, activities editor, explains the fundamentals ot copy reading to his staff members. Seated is Sue Borkensteing standing are Ann Stellner, Steve Gresley, Stuart McMahan, and Marcia Wible. Center right: Senior Photogs Dean Traster and Dave Behrens do a switch and pose for the carnera. Liwer left: Typists Barb Benner and Cindy Blitz pound away under the eagle eye of copy editor, Diane Culbertson. Lower right: Photographer Iohn Knight doesn't appreciate it, but he's a pretty popular guy. Sports editor Bill Clark and Steve Carpenter are arguing about which scheduled picture gets taken. To present North Side with a pictoral history oi the l957-58 school year was the goal oi the Legend stati. Realization oi this goal began last year when editors Dianne Lapp and Letty Bryce and business manager Harriet Ruchman learned by rote from the previous staii. Plans were enlarged when Dianne attended the special yearbook instruction course at Indiana University. The success oi a good yearbook rests upon a dependable staii and the coopera- tion of students and faculty. The '58 staff was fortunate in having both. This start consisted of twenty seniors and tour underclassmen, and was advised by Miss Norrna Thiele. Deserving much credit for a job Well done is the photog- raphy tearn oi Dave Behrens, Dean Traster, Curt Drew, Iohn Knight, and Tom Lapp. Only through the united eitorts oi all could we proudly present the l958 Legend. Left: Members of the business staff are Harriet Ruchman, manager, Rita Whipple, and Susan Milligan, who are responsible tor subscriptions, name cards, and bookkeeping. Right: Co-editors Dianne Lapp and Lelty Bryce are pasting up the dummy, one of the final jobs of editing the 1958 Legend, ,v-A x r ' I fllfal 1 53- 'fc Pe! SPGRTS e 130 'hun ? ,,., Q- z F56 A , . ff MQ V, :Y A-, .. .,. -f Zqi. , A 1 M .. M11 4 f, 'VS P 3, . A M J, .' ' S3 h fr 5 Q31 fi ,Nw QQ - "f'Hf- EU X 3 1 ' 5? X +,,- Q W. X ff f S' +53 4 gf .pi My A - , Q X -- -' fift-R gi .x., , X J ,. , fgs ifl fi ' ' 2 x il as f x 6 4 H A ' ,ak-1, k - .. nf WW41 , 'f -'uw 2 :1.:s:a-sas, N . K vi- fr s .:, , ., , 4 ' 2, A., 35 LZ. if qx 3 Q ,K s 4 W 'aa Suki 'HIV .. 5,7 's 124 .N is .aj Q Mi Q 915 . is . Ti Q2 Q s f X t Q Q 4 Q x 2? fin 4 x k "-5.-.rfu af V .4 Q, 1 Y v ,x VI sig? X ff , S 1? " 2 Athletic director Rolla Chambers looks over North Sides track and cross-country Sched ules. lt seems that the old saying, "To the victor belong the spoils", fits perfectly, is proved by the background. CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM COMPILES IMPRESSIVE RECORD X-country coecaptains are Tom Martin, lim Bill Ewinq, ., 3.5 , ii zfziiq , I 4 V 3 x It ' 135 R: 4 Q v Plumb, and . . 5 ' ts V N 5 V R 5 Opponents Concordia Elmhurst South Side S. B. Adams Michigan City S. B. Central Elkhart S. B. Riley LaPorte Concordia Lima Goshen Central Eastern Div. Sectional State Page 132 Opp. N. S. 27 V2 27 V2 22 33 18 24 27 31 18 22 23 18 19 25 tied for first place won first place placed fifth HARRIERS WIN 5th IN STATE Long known for fine run- ners, North Side aaain pro- duced a top-notch cross- country team for the 1957 season. The hustlin' harriers from Domeland finished their cross-country season with an impressive ll Win, 2 loss, 1 tie record. Aside from this great record, the hill and dale men placed titth in state and Won the single and dou- ble Northern-Indiana-confer ence meets. F or this they re- ceived another trophy to add to their ever-growing collec- tion. They're off! North's Cross-country men start on therr rugged two mile course aaainst some stiff conference competition, i 'Sf 58506.18 A., gg - ' wr., ,AJ . ,xg 0 ,s Q . 1' ' . .-1. , 1 . Top: Cross-country team members-Row 1: Larry Knight, Mario Schreiber, Steve Rrnne, Tom Martin, and Wayne Payne, Row 2: Steve Fortrneyer, Larry Kramer, George Earl, B111 Ewing, Larry Fair, and Gary Tustrson. Team members not photographed are lim Plumb, Dave Witzrarrreter, lim 1-lattery, Tom Waters, and Mike Pcorrnan. Center: Roy Strohl heads for the tape a sizeable distance ahead of the second place man, Paqe 133 Row 1: I. Richendollcxr, M. Archer, S. Sefton, B, Price, H. Scholleli, I. Shoppell, S. Anqlin, M. Bonham, T. Linde-nberq. Row 2: Couch R. Cowcm, Coach R. Truster, D. Zumbcuqh, I. Leeth, P. Riley, T. Shroyer, L. Lop- BALANCED GRID TEAM '-1.4335 ,-.L Top to Bottom Mark Bonham Sam Sefton shire, D. Thomas, K. Zlmmermcm. Row 3: R. Weirsh, M, Poormcln, M Holler, S. Fcwley, D. Plerce, L. Sacccx, VV. Bullard, T. Semi-ert. WAGED TOUGH BATTLES 'unr- Li Dave Hcmeline Charlie Brockhall Top io Bottom Bob Price Hank Scholls-tt Terry Lindenberq Tom Seifert Page 135 Several lucky students joined Mr. lames Purk- hiser's whirlwind trip to Chicago in mid-De cember. Among the attractions seen in the windy city was the musical comedy "My Fair Lady." Susie Lehman and Dixie Durr pause before going into the theater. When winter moved in, Christmas vacation began, and North Side was abandoned for two full weeks. Some headed South, others braved the cold, but no matter the place, we kept in mind the true meaning of Christmas. While their traveling friends sunned in the surf, stay-at-homes enjoyed, when weather permitted, ice skating and tobogganing. The New Year's gay parties and dances momentarily light- ened the dread of the lanuary final exams. However, seniors once again were reminded that their high school careers were almost at an end as they began their final semester. WINTER APPROACHED, WE LOOKED Extra money comes in handy at holiday time. Senior Doug Lalfol- lett, who works at a local pet store, even has the holiday spirit and is being extra nice to his Chinchilla. Page 10 North's coaching stal'l is reputed by many to be the finest in the city. Attending the coaches' contab are: standing, Mr. Don Kemp, Mr. Roy Kline, Mr. Wade Fredrick, Mr. Byard l-ley, and Mr. Don Bruick, Seated are Mr. Bob Zimmerman and Mr. Rolla Chambers. Coaches Robert Cowan and Robert Edwards were absent when the picture was taken. BRUISERS GAIN EXPERIENCE IN GRID CAMPAIGN Four players from North were selected tor the All-City football teams. They are: Hank Schollett, second team: Tom Seifert, first team, and ,Iohn Shoppell, lirst team. Pat Riley, second team, Was absent when the picture was taken. Ierry Leeth, Terry Lindenberg, Dave Hane-line, Floss Bissell, Warren Bullard, Harold Dimke, and Bob Price received honorable mention. Page 136 Although North's football team did not establish as impressive a record as past teams, the boys Worked hard for the Redskin cause. For the most part, North's team was young and inexperienced and was built around a core ot hard-fighting veterans. One ot the achievements of the season was the development of the younger boys who will form the nucleus ot next year's squad. The grid team was seen practicing many long hours under the careful coaching of head coach, Bob Cowan, and his assistants Bob Zimmerman, Byard Hey, and Don Bruick. This start is picked by many as the best in the city. Redskin Record Opponents Opp. N. S. Elkhart 20 O Central 7 l3 of .wifi 12 " in l 3 'Qt LaPorte 20 12 South Side 6 19 S. B. Riley l2 U S. B. Washington 26 U Central Catholic l3 6 Goshen 6 6 Mishawalca 20 6 Top: Game hours were far outnurrilirered by the many qruelinq hours on the practice field. Tarn Se-iiert and Terry Lindenberq lead the varsity in calrsthentrcs :wre- cedina a practrce sessrcn. Right: Terry Lrndenherq and Iohn Shoppe-ll, acting co-captarns, discuss the das and don't's with the referees lvefore the Ltrckorl of a crucial city series battle. Dale Zumbaugh, who proved hirnseli to be very valuable on defense as well as offense, is tripped up after a substantial gain through the Central secondary. Page 137 Dennis Anqlin breaks loose for G long jdunt to pdydirt for the Red ond White during the pre-season footbcxll icxmboree held ot Northrop held. Pcrqe 138 A fast-movmq offensive team opens cz big hole for Harold Drmlce, enobltnq him to step off some valuable ydrdoqe. Reclslcin, Bob Price, moves in to put G halt on one of South Side's bool: held men. l-ldnl: Schollett, number 76, ts there to put on the ftntshing touches. Row 1: T. Liridenberg, I. Trowbridge, B. Wallace, I. Neurge, L, Porter. Row 2: E. Kabish, B. Faith, T. Duxbury, M. Musto, F. Baughman. Row 3: Coach Hey, A. Hapner, T. Coolt, I. Worley, L. Byers, M. Belfry. FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT AS FROSH, RESERVES SPARKLE According to the season results of the Freshman and Reserve sguads, the future Varsity football picture looks bright. Both teams demonstrated that they had high degrees of competitive spirit, plenty of talent, and the ability to Work Well together. Along with ex- pert coaching, these teams had all the necessary ingredients for successful seasons. Byard Hey coached the reserve team, made up of juniors and sopho- mores. These boys earned a near per- fect record of 5 wins and l loss. This record included beating city rivals South Side, Central, and Central Catholic. Reserves elected Mike Musto and Iim Worley to be honorary co- captains. The Freshman team also compiled a record of which they well can be proud, 3 Wins and 2 losses. Don Bruick and Bob Edwards directed team play. Row 1: I. Davison, B. Snow, G. Knappenburger, V. Hecht, D. Baron, S. Shimer, T. Swank, D. Zimmerman, H, Krudop, M. Spice, ummins u w Z' Moser L Babcock D Tanner S Re cle mi c in inriemeier er T R. Q , 1. R Runion, B. Watso abs.Ro .S. ,. ,. ,. ar,I.Sth,S.MCla,L.I. ,I.Ebly,. n, M. Moore, S. Zellers, Coach Edwards. Coach Myron Henderson, who rounded his hopefuls into a strong, well-balanced aggregation, checks the road schedule of the Hedskin netters. His team compiled a formidable record during their recent campaign. SUCCESSFUL SWATTERS North's tennis team, led by Mr. Myron Henderson, earned a 6 win and 2 loss seasonal record. Coach Henderson was proud of his team, which landed in third place in conference competition. Tennis is a sport in which more attention is focussed on in- dividual performance than team play, Top scorer for the Red and White was senior lerry Swinford who came up with a 6-2 singles record and a 5-3 record in dou- bles. lohn lohnson, Phil Fretz, and Steve Williams were other dependable performers. Despite graduation losses, the club has a good supply of junior and sophomore replacements and expects good results again next year. Steve Hofer stretches to trap a fast Up in the air senior birdmanl Steve Iohnny lohnson fades back to get in return. Williams displays his winning form. position for a backhancl return. yt' wi' w Page 140 BOAST 6-2 RECORD Tennis Tale Opponents Opp. N. S. ,....... S. B. Central 4 l S. B. Riley 1 4 . ,.,,. ,,,,. ,,,.. , , . Goshen 2 3 ij, ,gq.m3dL,'jf' 'fry Elkhart 2 3 -'gfqrr :f:::fff.f.'r. " jfittifiwi Michigan City 2 3 A 'M' 4 lVllSl'1C1WCIkC1 2 3 Phil Pretz and Forest Redding team up for a doubles match at Lakeside Park. S. B. Adams 5 U LaPorte l 4 "V" for victory or "V" for varsity, this group represents hoth. Left to riqht, tennis team members are: B. Worcester. D. Bash, S. Swank, P. Fretz, I. Iohnson, S. Williams, S. Heier, E. Erler, T. Stoeckley, and F. Redding. Page l4l Left to Right AJ, n Yew D1 'Pi E9fli'1mn Tim L-ln? Liu ry Soufvl lu, FI'?'1'1I1-f1'iS Lfimy 3114391 ,. V 'xx K. F.11l.' L40 IL D X X Right io Le!! Hin Lafgzni . , v, jan: hcnlwnk Tatu '.'.'3tQrs 'Jw' Q-'Ay ,,A. . .nr ALII.L1Hf!f4H1 'erry 1.5201 LGF: fic '21 f X Larry Bilger g high the air lor the tip at the t t ith N thl-l tertown sectional game. SGT O 9 or -un wieca Aiter a somewhat shaky start, Coach Don Bruick molded the hardWaad-pound- ers into a smooth-operating quintet by late season. The spirited Varsity provided many a thrill for loyal supporters during the November-February campaign. Fans witnessed 6 Wins and l7 defeats, but more than North's share of "almost" vic- tories seemed to come our Way. A glance at the close scores near the end of the season verifies this. High scoring veterans Tom Waters and Larry Bilger were pace-setters for the Red- skins this year, though their Work was not accomplished Without the help oi other experienced ball handlers. lim Fredricks and Dick Beckman, two other seniors, were always in their fighting. Although these tour will be missed next year, Coach Bruick has an experienced Varsity return- ing. IMPROVED CAG-ERS OFFER The red and ht ge gather around their Loaeh, Don Bruick, to receive last minute instructions bet taking the The dressing room at half time is the place to rest, talk ll cltt lt p 1 OCT. over 1 icu ies, and re air inuries. J! E is 1 ' Page 144 Q, FN Top leitz Game captions Tcm Vlfaiers and Larry Bilger have a pre-game session with the referees. Top right: Mike Daftorn rs under tor another tx in a hjrrd taught Tomest against Center: Souths Carl Stavretr s.erns to b a in 'le 'rying to pen trate North's zone. Bottom: Torn Waters is flying high as he lays one n J a ns city rival, Central. STIFF COMPETITION TO FOES Redskin Record Opponents Opp. Hartford City 46 Muncie Central 69 S. B. Washington 68 Auburn 43 Central 82 Mishawaka 59 LaPorte 54 Huntington Holiday Tourney Huntington 37 Concordia 63 South Side 63 S. B. Biley 57 Central Catholic 63 Goshen 51 Elkhart 65 South Side 70 Central 54 Michigan City 89 Concordia 66 S. B. Central 66 S. B. Adams 48 Sectionals Coesse 25 Huntertown 51 N. S. 41 43 47 53 47 76 67 47 29 29 38 59 66 54 34 43 58 61 49 61 61 49 Page 145 . .V-,vw - ,, - - K c is- N.. A- """'3-ill W 1:41 X 'fy I' '14 V Y .,, While Redskins were enjoying g gollcr vomcgtion, workmen were busily turning the old cgieierig into seven good-sized classrooms thot were recrdy for second semester clcfsses. FORWARD TO CHRISTMAS VACATION l-lolidgy on lce,oilg Lakeside, is being enjoyed P , A , X S d L4 , d by vgcortioners. Sorndy Webster receives cr Umesf Dames' pqmes' Cm Y, Img? Cm dubious helping hand from her buddies Col- Shoron Wehrle enioy punch with their host, - T leen Longsworth, Hilke Sioeckelnionn, Mgrgo Om MCMGMID' Roth, Phyllis Born, crnd Mgrcig Grcxni. 'Ns-'I' Pgge l l lohn Sievers, speedy junior, drives throuah Adams' defense for a layup. Row 1: T. Lindenberq, l. Lana, l.. Matz. Row 2: P. Theil, B. Wallace, L. Sou-tie, I. Ha llenlvecl' Row 3: A. Hapner, I. Sievers, C. Feustel, D. Voqht, B. Latham RESERVES AID VARSITY The new taces that appeared on the varsity at mid-season were graduates ot North's Beserves Team, which could al- ways be seen fighting hard betore each Varsity aarne. Coached by Mr. Byard Hey, this well-trained pack oi juniors and sophs was a crew not to be taken liqhtly by com- petitors. They rolled up a l2 Win, 8 loss seasonal record. . Opponents Opp. N. S. Hartford City 47 42 Muncie Central 42 28 S. B. Washington 35 28 Auburn 35 56 Central 38 3l Mishawalca 34 49 LaPorte 32 47 South Side 38 35 S. B. Riley 31 38 Central Catholic 35 44 Goshen 37 44 Elkhart 59 52 Huntington 45 50 Concordia 41 44 South Side 4l 33 Central 38 28 Michigan City 45 47 Concordia 32 34 S. B. Central 27 28 S. B. Adams 46 52 wg" J. ,. sit 'WW iw Q5 Q , 1 6 1 J 5 .W y I i fl, ' A 3 A x A ..." . X. u A X. ul A ' A S' 7 .A . . l L. N 'Z 'ffl , f-A FROSH HOOPSTERS PROMISING A talented crew ot twenty-one boys composed the trosh squad tor the class of '61, ln cornpilinq their 5 Win, 4 1oss record, these boys disp1ayed the skill and desire to win which will be va1uab1e to future varsities. Mr. Roy Kline served as Frosh coach. Opponents Opp. N. S. Elmhurst 37 38 Churubusco 28 36 Garrett 33 31 Garrett 24 33 New Haven 22 18 Central Catholic 50 22 Central Catholic 36 27 South Side 40 26 South Side 31 29 Central 43 25 Concordia 34 46 Garrett 23 39 Central Catholic 52 49 Central 43 19 South Side 42 31 Concordia 40 37 lacl-1 Smith, driving hard, hits another two points to aid the Frcsh cause in a contest against South. Row 1: E. Sncw, S. Heine, T. Lapin Row 2: I. Lay- meyer, I. Davison, Ft. Curnrntns, D. Baron, I, Smith, Row 3: S. Moser, T. Fair, I. Grittith, P, Elui-ry, T, Rumen, D. Gaft, D. Herbert, and G. l'l'I11'f' URM if -3 Q' 1 ji-2' 1ll'llT,V S V ,V 1 5 'S ,Pd "1 u Cheer Leaders, Blocks Boost Redskin Spirit Chosen this year as our Varsity Cheer leaders were Carole Winkler, captain, Florence Winkler, Nancy Parker, Dixie Durr, and Sanna Boxley. The girls worked very hard to learn new yells and to perfect the old ones. Mrs. Mary Nold sponsored the group until her resig- natlon in lanuary, when Mrs. Griggs took over for the remainder of the school year. The boys' and girls' blocks worked closely with the yell leaders. The boys' block was or- ganized mainly through the efforts of Stu Mc- Mahan and Phil Cantelon and was sponsored by Mr. Glen Bickel. Their humorous signs and throaty yells did much to encourage their team. The girls' colorful block perfected many let- ter formation cheers and other novelty yells, such as "Satisfied", and "Click Clap". Miss Dorothy Wemhoff sponsored the girls who elected Pat Vickers as cheer chairman, and Sue Borkenstein and Deanna Hockemeyer as attendance chairman. Sue Poplett headed the planning committee of Pat Krall and Carolyn Kelsey. . .Z:..f,3Ku' - BENQ 1 - l -1:15 ykgfw- The two mile relay team brought much honor to North in '58 by setting a new two mile state record at the Hoosier Relays in Bloomington. Lett to right, they are Tom Martin, lim Plumb, Bill Ewing, and lim Hattery. Tracksters Aim At Third Straight State Title Duane Gordon broad jumps against South and Central at Northrop field. , 19 vl9'it K .. Page 150 North Side will long remember the efforts of our 1957 track mile relay team composed of Ron Bowman, Ed Reader, Pete Lundell, and Don Neurge, all of Whom were graduated last year after leading the Redskins to a second consecutive state championship. Although the loss ot these boys left a big spot to be filled, North has come back with another record- breaking relay team. This year the spotlight is on the two mile relay team composed of Tom Martin, Bill Ewing, lim Plumb, and lim Hattery. Despite early injury losses of Mike Poorman and George Hoeback, the '58 thinlie squad, under the coaching of Rolla Chambers, has the potentiality of taking state again this year for the third straight time. Those who will be lost by graduation this lune include George Roeback, Tom Seifert, Dick Beckman, Bill Ewing, Tom Martin, lim Plumb, and lim Hattery. Tom Martin displays a irnai surge of power to go ahead and win the mile event in the indoor meet at Notre Dame. hm Plumb is not far behind. lack Hallenheck makes his hid in the 120 yard high hurdles at the Notre Dame iieldhouse, The Climax ot a great season tor a great team was this presentation of the trophey to Coach Rolla Charn- hers, For the se-fond straiqht year Redskin thrnhes reiqned supreme in Hoosier high school track in '57. 1 'if xf Tom Seifert displays the shot putting skill which may enable him to brecl-: all the re-1-aids he set lost year. Mike Pooxincin takes that last big stride before hiiiinq ine tape in the quarter mile event. Sow dust bouncer Icrck Arney ups cmd overs his obstacle ol the Notre Dame meet. Pczqe 152 g K'- ff? J.,- Georqe Roebaclc, Iim Plumb, Mike Ormiston, and Harold Dimke start on a practice lap before get- ting down to the real business ot the day. 47 . ,Huw .. ,yu fk Speedy junior Dale Zumbauoh tccl: fn early lead to qo on and win the lUO yird dash in the South-Central-North contest. Row 1: Coach Chambers, G. Earl, M. Poorman, I. Arney, G, Roeback, T. Seifert, D. Beckman, I. Plumb, I. Hattery, T. Martin, B. Ewing, D. Zumbauqh, L. Fair. Row 2: Coach Kemp, R. Strohl, M. Ormiston, P. Poorman, L. Knight, I. Wheriey, D. Gordon, H. Dimke, B. Snider, M. Musto, A. Hapner, T. Lindenberq, Coach Zimmerman. Row 3: B. Worley, M. Spice, P. Thiel, L. Porter, T. Cook, C. Hostman, I. Hallenback, T. Spice, L. Wehrle, L. Yant, F. Bauqhman. Row 4: I. Wellman, P. Close, I. Cost, I. Smith, P. Boschet, P. Biery, G. Buchardt, S. Woods, B. Miller, M. Belfry, L. Byer, M. Leadbetter, I. Emmerson. Row 5: T. Lapp, I. Scheele, T. Hartford, T. Swank, R. Roeback, H. Bullard, I. Rabus, I. Griffith, S. Shimer, W. Moehle, B. House-r, M. Rentorth. Row-6: I. Emmenhiser, D. Baron, D. Walley, G. Harford, R. Cummings, T. Runion, B. Bender, D. Gait, I. Davison, S. Tanner, D. Baker. A-'dig , 1-5' 'sf ' fir f.-I rw. . og M on up mu sill ' . 1 . . . 5 Pftf X ,S-as-f"wY Q r 7 "unix 155,51 'rr na' ' - v A -3' ' .3 .V 55-- tit I I Q , 'Y . - .xg ' 5, ,gn 1-11 R 'AX Q, , i ,Swim .,..,, i M .:i,. Nl ii- i ""' Q ls l , f i- 'fi' ' P-" ,X . . .,2,1, if ' i ' i . x Gym Classes Suit Individual Interests North Side boys have the opportunity to par- ticipate in the various sports activities even it they do not take an active part in varsity sports. Physical education classes are held three times a week for underclass boys. The semester is divided into three parts, each specializing in a separate phase ot physical education. Boys, in this way, are able to better themselves physi- acally as Well as socially While learning the qualities of leadership and sportsmanship. Top: During one of the six week periods, boys rebeive instruction in the gym. Center: Special Development classes enable boys to better themselves physically. Bottom: One-third of the semester is devoted to special instruction in the pool. Page 154 Blue-Suiters Gain Poise, Co-ordination Physical education is a part ot every fresh- man, sophomore, and junior girl's curricula. These girls meet twice a week for instruction in the gym or swimming pool. The girls participate in many sports through- out the school year, basketball and volleyball are always prominent in the program. Other sports, such as badminton, archery, and base- ball are aptly coached by the gym teachers Miss Ruth Carroll and Miss Margaret Spiegel. This year modern dance has been brought into the regular schedule in order to teach the girls poise, grace, and co-ordination. To the beat, beat, beat ol the tom-torn by Barb Marsh. Sharon Allison, ludy Kierns, Becky Harris, and Pat Smith demonstrate a modern dance routine. T , -f A . f M + ' ' 5, " .1 .fag- tsl, gf N K I if , 3 , - t 'Y .4 . , A ' fr S' Ql r- 'j, Xff J li, V , . i ba... Volleyball is the favorite team sport of most gym classes. White caps are seen in Narth's pool during the wint-3-1 months when gals' swimming classes practice under the direction ot Miss Spiegel. t l .N Page l55 i 'r The high point of any junior's social life is the junior prom. This year, the class of 1959 presented "Bali Hai" at the Womans Club. After a night of prom and party hopping, class President lohnny Iohnson brings home his date, Suzanne McNelley. Sectionals always signal that Spring is just around the corner. Whether one's favorite team wins or loses, excitement is at a peak. Carolyn Kelsey and Susan Brase are anxious to get to the Coli- seum while fellow cheering block mem- bers Bobbi Horne, Shari Hoeppner, Nancy Huff, and Donna Comer insist that confetti is also important. Page 12 WITH SPRING CAME SECTIONALS, A number of activities marked the seasonal change from Winter to Spring. Around the middle of February the Big Dome buzzed With Sectional talk, and in the following Weeks We watched South Side take giant steps toward the State Basketball title. As Hoosier madness died down, trip fever grew to its height, with upperclassmen preparing for their five day jaunt to New York City and the nation's capital. That We were fast nearing the end of another school year was made more significant in the approaching of the lunior Prom. But Spring and all its beauty was best felt in the meaning of Easter. Row 1: P. Fleener. M. Stavere, S. Moore, I. Dennis, K. Gater, E. Rousseau, K. Keller. Row 2: S. Baker, I, Eninger, E. Breese, I. Maris, M. Gray, S. Bowman, C. Lauer. Row 3: L. Lecdbetter, P. Friend, P. Bruck, S. Read, K. Notestine, R. Loos, K. Zink, I. Garling. Sportsmanship, Leadership Ideals of G.A.A. This YGGIVS G. A. A. ofiicers were Iudy Moris, Secretary: Sherry Moore, Vice President: Sherrill Bowman, President and Susan Baker, Treasurer. Page 156 With girls from all classes actively participat- ing in its program, the Girls' Athletic Associa- tion finished another successtul year. The theme behind G. A. A. is the promotion ot leadership and sportmanship. ln general, this gives to girls the opportunity to develop their talents, and to become more physically, mentally, and socially tit. Besides its varied athletic activities, G. A. A. sponsors social events throughout the year. Among these are the formal initiation pot luck, freshman party, spring banquet, and an after-game dance. Along with the elected officers, G. A. A. is advised by faculty sponsors, Miss Margaret Spiegel and Miss Ruth Carroll. T +11 -,fl 5 we in . if rt 2' 1 Q .. t 6 N r e gms, -E' .gg . 4 5' Q av I as at I Row 1: Io Ann Chrzan, Sherrill Bowman, Debbie Brandt, Diane Behrens, Linda Keller. Row 2: Bev Beck, Marsha Seibert, Carole Beamer, Carol Buclcmaster, ludy Bowen, Phyllis Gordon, Bobbi Griffith, Cindy Blitz, Barb Popp, Ioyce Wehrenlzierg, Chlorine Mermaids Meet In Ripplettes Bipplettes, North's advanced swimming club, is composed of twenty girls from the sopho- more, junior, and senior classes. This being the odd year for the group's bi- ennial water show, "Bipples In Rhythm", most club activity centered around interclub pro- jects. On March ll the Bipplettes presented a program for all girls who were interested in joining the club. Different groups displayed the required skills for the prospective members. Linda Keller was elected president of the club at the beginning of the year. Also serving were Karen Kruse, Secretary, and Barb Griiiith, Music Chairman. Miss Margaret Spiegel is the club sponsor. Although life-saving equipment is not often needed tor this group, Club leaders Karen Kruse, Linda Keller, Bobbi Griffith, and Miss Margaret Spiegel are on the alert. 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X . . 1. 1 PROMS, EASTER Right: "Alleluia", "Christ The Lord is risen"! Such glorious phrgses rnolce stu- dents stop dnd ctndlyze their godls in lite gnd count their blessings. Apprecictting the nictiesty ot the stdined gloss window crre Iohn Stout and Florence Winkler. Below: Since the findl ddy ot Christmas vcrccrtion, the week ot Ivldrch 28 to April 4 wds circled in bright red on mcrny ct Red- slcin ccrlenddr. Spring vcrcdtion was high- lighted by l8U students journeying on the New YorkfWdshington trip sponsored by the Socicrl Science depczrtrnent crnd Globe- trotters. Trip prepcxrottions were mcrny, ds is shown by Shdron l-ldzelett os she pgys her tincrl bill to Mr. Henderson, selects just the right wdrdrobe, cmd scrys good-bye to her tdther, Mr. Ervin l-l. l-lcrzelett. IQ Spring is here, which means it's time to clean out the lockers . . . a job that isn't particularly appreciated by Esther Breese. SPRING FEVER HAS STRUCK AGAIN ,Q 4 "Come into my apple tree," says Cindy Blitz to her nature-loving friend Dave Lewis. Perhaps worse than the Asian ilu epidemic that struck Domers last tall is the annual plague of spring fever. Symptoms are evident as sophomore Phyllis Born shows advanced stages ot Window gazing, thoughts ot love, and last minute hair combing. Hard working Marcia Grant appears unaffected by the balmy air. IN REDSKIN HEARTS Right: Through the years many customs have grown to become an important part of North Side. Many traditions come at the end of the year with Senior day, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. Another tradition is the Senior Door, through which Sharon Sauer and Neil Byrt are going for the tinal time. Below: Another favorite tradition is the signing ot Legends. During the tinal week ot school, echoes of "Sign my Legend" are heard around the Dome. Going through the ritual for the last time are Bonnie Braun, Sue Bligh, Sharon Peters, Charlene Har- meyer, ludy Quas, and Carolyn Gallmeier, as sophomore Charlotte l-larmeyer looks on. ttlllllllllltll ,... ,.... ,... -- L- .- v- F' - r- ...- -M 'xt ,g V -gfx ...X 1. an-af' "l, il English 8, commonly known as the toughening t p course for college, -rlimaz-:es seven terms of gettng acgucirtezl W th tht- English language. Ont of the protects for Miss Mattel Gresnwalts r-lass is the analyzing of creative writing in the A.lant c Monthly, VARIED CURRICULA PROVIDE LADDER TO GOALS With the varied curricula and the supervised study at North Side, lack has no chance of becoming a dull boy. In their freshman year, students choose their basic course of study from the many fields that are available. Basic courses-the business, academic, busi- ness-academic, and general- are outlined to best benefit the needs of the student. Each has a set of minimum requirements, but a student is free to Page 16 elect courses according to his special interests. Specific classes are offered in the fields of speech, journalism, mathematics, social science, foreign language, science, art, business, home economics, industrial arts, physical education, and music. With the subject matter taught by experienced teachers, a student gains the Vital equipment with which he can achieve his life goal. Algebra I is a basic requirement for most North Siders, a first foreign language for some. Perhaps wondering if "y" may be used interchangeably with Barbara Haggard looks puzzled at Mr. Lewis' example of a simple algebra problem, Nine semesters of MATHEMATICS are available, For prospective scientists, North Side offers five years of SCIENCE, Iuniors and seniors may take physics, a course that combines book knowledge with some findfout-yourself information in the laboratory. Sharon Kellogg and Donelda Lane are busily trying to figure out a pendulum experiment, SOCIAL SCIENCE IS a must for all students. One of the semesters activities in Mr, Harry Youngs Civics class was the drarnatization of the Second Continental Congress. George lDelmar Proctorl Washington is listening to Patrick tSteve Hoferl Henry object to a resolution. Page I7 'M l Counter-clock-wise: SPEECH is cz profitable Course io uid one in feeling Gi ecise before groups. Bob Zoqer, with the help of Mr. Purkhiser, benefits from CI seme-siei"s experience of the podium. Mr. Wliiiiern explains ci practical experiment in PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. LATIN, FRENCH, AND SPANISH me the foreign lonquoqes offered. Miss Foster is showing her Class the Pledge of Allegiance in Lenin, HEALTH is re-qu1red of all seniors before beinq qrcrduclied. This is an informcxl class, Cxs is shown by Mr. Chambers who is leading his class in discussion. Page 18 31 ' ,hLf'u. Clock-wise: ART rs available to all students as an ele:t1ve, Pd' Deahl, Ida Braden, and loan Beechmg work an a rnodelmg protett rn Mlss Wemhoffs class, HOME ECONOMICS provldes rnvaluable :raamng :or grrls mterested in domestic studies. Several grrls examrne the garment made by a member of Mrs, Nolds :lass TYPING is a profltable course tar any student. Students are shown working on a speed practl-Ce durmg tlass wlth Mrs, Chapman. FAMILY l.IVlNG IS an elective for upperclassmen rn whrch students get together for rntormal dlscussrons on many interesting toptcs. The top group of the vocal MUSIC DEPARTMENT is A Cappella, shown here preparing for their Chrtstmas concert. X tix is 5 wit 5-:QQ . QQQXX ' lvli. Thenipson aids one ol his students in a Classroom li!lECl'lANlCAl. DRAW'- lNG proj -C. ,H INDUSTPHAL ARTS courses are beneficial to boys IS they are taught to use the various types of machines and, at ihe same time, to produce something worthwhile through their efforts, Mr, Wert explains the operation ot the lathe to several cf his students. lf-4 Page 20 g T Down to business and in the midst of a class disrussion is Mr. Simon, teaching his class some of the fundamentals if BUSINESS LAW. COLORED RIBBONS DISTINGUISH HONOR STUDENTS RECOGNITION DAY Come Recognition Day, bright col- ored ribbons, signifying faculty recog- nition of year-long achievement, are proudly sported by deserving students. This day, near the end of the school year, is intended to honor those stu- dents whose academic and extra-cur- ricular contributions in any field have been outstanding. The setting of the assembly itself is impressive. As students gaining recog- nition march into the stadium, to the music of the band, the remainder of the student body stands. Then, as teachers representing different depart- ments speak, those students being recognized stand. After actual class- room and club work achievement has been recognized, specific awards are made. Page 21 A typical scene ol deep con- centration in the hallowed hall of 316. Here frosh, sophs, iuniors and seniors meet icr .4v"- one -rornrnon purpose. STUDENTS BENEFITTED "Today We are on assembly schedule." This announcement makes students perk up in homerooms as they anticipate some special proqram. Assemblies are not the only form ot variation from class schedules by Which Redskins benefit. Special movies, slides, and records are presented in classrooms by members of the audio-visual education team. All these add to the personality of a school, which is called school spirit. Red- skins display their school spirit in pep sessions and at the athletic events. 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Page 23 '-1 .im-rr Always lousy behind the scenes were director Mr. Iames Purkhiser and the stage crew composed of Bob Zaqer, 'Tom Mullins, Del Proctor, Dick Walters, Terry Zern, and Steve Hoter. VARSITY VARIETIES CONDUCTS TOUR 'ROUND WORLD ,JF ' jx, Right: An act featuring the wicked woman from Kansas City, Dixie Durr, represented the Country west of the Mississippi. Bottom Left: "Wonnaiul, Wonnaful." And it was! Tom Mullins and his fellow actors, includinq the Lennon Sisters, kept the audience laughing. Bottom Right: First stop in the British Isles was Scotland, just in time to catch some Bonnie Lassies "Rockin Through The Rye". 51 ,,r .. W 5 fm 5 .mx w x . l fi FW A .QQ-Rini-E 5 Qwzaazemi 1'-v Li FAC U LTY 26 iw, n Q fr f 5 Lx F ,Wa S ' .f 11 ...W '-ig., msg, 5- , , Q '. I A ,, ,V-1, . .f J" Q is Wx .,., ' gf 'Tx ws ,, ,, . 32 , z E 4 A I 4 Q Q .f 'vm'-ICQ N x .1 '-- -W...-- W... . ' a I a 1- , vm x 1. 1 .1 V-New Q Q .,.Q.Q,-2. . '22 vi 1 ifi- 8.31 I W2 E v f -wi , ,ff 5? ., ,f , , AX-v' ,...v .i ,.,, .gif wal - gf, V, IQ . .1 5:5 if ' , 4 .w"x5'fQAI:l 4 W jx .iw Q wtf 5 'M h .w 913' 'SP f , , 'vs' ' ff-. , .. 'Q .D F, , 'Q . i' Q a : W., I. ,if ,qv l 3" . 1- ' .pa 'Q A 14 I Y. 53,1 am. C Many are the demands in the life of a busy principal. Upper left: Mr. Robertson chuckles with Mrs. Bill Anthis and Miss Vic- toria Gross at one ot the skits at the publications banquet. Lower left: l-le is seen chatting with some North Side parents on Back to School Niaht and, at right, presiding over a monthly faculty meeting, VARIETY OF TASKS DEMAND VERSATILE PRINCIPAL Mr. O. Dale Robertson, who fulfills the post of principal of North Side High School, is a leader and guide to both the faculty and students. From the time his familiar voice booms forth over the public address system with his daily Welcome of "Good Morning North Side," Mr. Robertson must accomplish many duties. Some of his special duties, aside from administering a school of two thousand pupils, include advising Student Council, counseling with parents, teachers, and students, and this year, organizing the Fort Page 28 Wayne basketball tournaments. He al- so attends many group functions, such as class and club banquets, dances, and proms. Still Mr. Robertson has time to teach Sunday School at Wayne Street Metho- dist Church, where he regularly at- tends services. He is a member of Fort Wayne's Rotary Club and often takes North Side boys as visitors to the regu- lar Monday meetings. For relaxation, Mr. Robertson enjoys reading and playing an occasional game of golf. As Superintendent of the Fort Wayne City Schools, Mr. Aaron T. Lindley has provided an efficient administration during his six years in this position. His willingness to help and his expert guidance have been and always will be appreciated. ii? The P. T. Afs goal of amicable relations be- tween teachers and parents is gained only through the hard work of its officers. They are, standing left to right: Mrs. Albert Ungerer, secretaryg Mrs. Charles Brubaker, acting presi- dentg Mrs. Maurice A. Cook, treasurerg Mr. Glenn Bickel, second vice president: and seated, Mrs. Robert Cambridge who served as president until she and her family moved in Ianuary. Page 29 iifj ' I .xt-8 r W, gxiv. K ' 1 it:,L:V'uxfSl'k. . Being oiticial day mother to two thousand teen-agers is only one of the multitude of responsibilities of Dean Victoria Gross. Although her time is constantly in de- mand, Miss Gross always has a rninute for even the smallest problem of any Bedslcin. Her triendly and helpful nature are as much a legend at North Side as the Big Dome itself, RALPH I. ANDERSON, BS., MS. lndiana Universry Science MBS. ANNA F. BARNES International Business College Study Hall MISS MARIAN BASH. BA., MA. Wellesley College: University or Michigan Social Science MISS HELEN I. BEAN. BS., MS. Indiana Universvyr -Colorado State -one ge Home Economies MISS MARIORIE E. BELL. BS., MA. Columbia University: Indiana University Art GLENN R. BICKEL, BS, MS. Indiana State Teathers College: Purdue University Mathematics MISS IUDITH BOWEN. AB. DePauw University Language DONALD BRUICK. BS. Valparaiso University: Ball State Teaihers College Physical Education for Boys: Coach MISS RUTH L. CARROLL. B.S., MA. Ball State Teachers College: Columbia University Physical Educution for Girls ROLLA P. CHAMBERS. AB., MS. Central Normal: Cincinnati and Indiana Universities Health and Physical Education for Boys, Coach MRS. MARYANN CHAPMAN. AB, A.M. Ball State Teachers College: University of Chicago Business CHARLES L. CLARK. AB., MA. Defiance College: Ohio State and Duke Universities Mathamatics Page 30 ' Bill Clinton Anthis has been our Guidance Director and Dean ofBoys dns yeah He has been exuennny energetic about his work and, as a result, we have had a wonderful guidance program which included many excellent speakers. Mr. Anthis was graduated Irorn lndknul Skne Teachers CoHege and Indknxr Uni versity with MS. and B.S. degrees and came to us with his southern accent from Princeton, Indiana. MISS CATHERINE B. CLEARY. A.B., MA. St. Mary's College: Columbia and Indiana Universities English ALBERT A. COIL. A.B. Tri State Normal: Butler University English MRS. HAZEL COOMEY Coe Collegeg Indiana University Attendance ROBERT G. COWAN. BA., MA. Indiana University: Ball State Teachers College Physical Education and Health lor Boys, Coach RICHARD E. DANNECKER, BS., MS. Indiana University English and Speech MRS. AMELIA E. DARE, AB. Indiana University English GEORGE R. DAVIS. BA. Hanover Collegeg Indiana University Mathematics ROBERT E. EDWARDS. BS., MA, Ohio Northern University: University cf Michigan Industrial Arts CHARLES K. FELLER. BS., MA. Bowling Green State University Social Science CLEON L. FLECK. AB., M.S., MA. DePauw, Indiana and Wisconsin Universities Social Science, English MISS LORAINE FOSTER, AB. Miami University: Indiana University Language ELMER I. FRANZMAN, BS., MS, Ball State Teachers Collegep Indiana University Social Science Page 3 I Taking time out from their busy secretarial jobs to admire Mrs. Grahamis grandchild are Mrs. Lillian Graham, Mrs. Winnifred Poe, and Miss Mary Waller. Page 32 WADE A. FREDRICK, B.A. Wabash Collegeg Ball State Teachers College English MISS ORAL FURST. AB., M.A. Ball State Teachers Collegeg Columbia University Business MISS MABEL L. GREENWALT. A.B,, A.M. Ball State Teachers Collegeg University oi Chicago English MRS. IANE GRIGGS, AB. Earlharn and Mexico City Collegesg Indiana University Language MRS. LOUISE I-IALLER. B.S. Purdue University l-lorne Economics C. WILLIAM HATT. BS., MS. lndiana Universityq Indiana State Teachers College Instrumental Music MYRON H. HENDERSON. AB., MA. Manchester Collegeg Ball State Teachers College Social Science BYARD D. HEY, B.S., M.S. Indiana University Mathematics, Coach MISS IANET HOLTMEYER, B.S. Bowling Green State University: University of Michigan English MISS MILDRED E. HUFFMAN, A.B., M.A. Northwestern Universityy University of Michigan English DONALD H. KEMP. B. of P.E. Purdue University Physical Education for Boys HYRLE A. IVY, B.S. University of Kansasg Pittsburg State Teachers College Physical Education for Boys ROY A. KLINE, BS. Ball Stale Teafhers Colleqe lnjasfnal Arts, Dnvels' Trazmna, Coa:h 0, STANLEY H. LEE, AB. Q .J lniana Umversmty 'ingask PAUL L. LEMKE. BS., M,A. Cajggval Unxversxtyr Narihwestem Umverslty L:::'4aqe IAMES R. LEWINSKI, AB, MA. lndxan-:1 Um'.'ersztyy Umverszfy cf Mlchlgan Enalxsh BERYL A. LEWIS. BS, Ball State Teachers College Nathematxcs and Smence ,ng RONALD K. LEWTON, BIS. Universmes of Purdue, Mmhmgan, and Alaska f Silence . MISS ELIZABETH LITTLE, AB., M.A. Clhm, Vv'1sconsm, and Cclumlsxa Umversmes Enalgsh IOHN R. MALOTT. AB., MA. E K Tcylzr Unwersxtyy Ball Slate Teachers C:lQe1: ...J S: "xl Sfleaie w. H. MCNEELY. Ae., Ms. I Ennever College: Indxana Umversny l.:CI'h'3'II1GIlCS IOHN A. MQEIRTES. BS. .Xlv'I'l1fE"-'JCITEI' Sta e ,ax ezez mal College-Busmess MISS IRENE MILLER, BS., Alv . anna .axe .ear les Ccue, Enqllsh MISS MARIE MILLER, AB. Srmtli Collegeq lJl.'V1SCOI'ISl1'l and Purdue mver Lie: llzzhemanzs lfr. Leu-Jgs, lwlr, Slman, and Mr. lvialct' are ke-mg served :alze and Coffee by M155 Hfzlimeyer and Mrs, Grxggs 1' 3 rncnthly teachers' meetmq, Page 33 MRS. NOLA I. MORRIS, BS. Ball State Teachers College l-lorne Economics MRS. MARY NOLD. BS. Indiana University Home Economics MRS. MARY ALICE NUSBAUM, AB., MS. Butler, Wisconsin, and Indiana Universities Mathematics C. H. OTT, B.S., MS. Manchester Collgeeg Purdue and Indiana Universiti Science EVERETT L. PENNINGTON, AB., MS, Earlharn Collegeg Indiana Unrversity Mathematics MRS. GRACE PENNINGTON, B.S., MS, Ball State Teachers Collegep Indiana University Business MISS FRANCES PLUMANNS. AB., MA. College ol Mt. St. loseph-on-the-Ohioy Northwestern Language M. SHERMAN PRESSLER, A.B., M.S. Ball State Normalg Indiana Universityy Case Science ROBERT W. PUGH, B.A., MS. DePauw Universityp University of Wisconsin English and Mathematics IAMES A. PURKHISER, A.B., M.A. Hanover Collegeg Indiana University Speech, Dramatics, English LESLIE E. REEVES. B.S., M.S. Ball State Teachers Colleqey Indiana University Business MISS IEANETTE RICH. BS., M.S. Indiana University: Northwestern University Vocal Music Paqe 34 ES No! Not French chefs. These hooded gentlemen are Mr. Fredriclzs and Mr. Thomas, serving fellow teachers at their supper "Around the Dome in Eighty Minutes." 1 fhittern an enthusiastic member of his Ihurih rhcir, gazes ly at his music while attending a weekly rehearsal, V .Q- K .. .. as v-,Q 'Q' N-...fl ' 019. - f 1f+wxJLJ' gif 5 il 'iff -4, T Y' il 35 ,,,,p-" MRS. RUTH RICHARDSON. BE. Manchester College Home Economics MISS KATHARINE ROTHENBERGER, AB., M.A. Universities of DePauw, Indiana, and 'famiirzdge EnalandeSoc1al Science MISS ETHEL M. SHROYER, HS. University of Wusconsinq Western Reserve Unrfersity Lzlirarv WILLIAM R. SIMON. A.B., Ph. M. International Business College: University cr Wistonsin Business I. ROBERT SINKS. B.A. Indiana University: Purdue University Social Science RUTHERFORD E. SMUTS. BS., MA. Ball State Teachers College, Purdre University Industrial Arts MISS MARGARET SPIEGEI.. BA., M.S. Ohio Wesleyan Universityg Indiana University Physical Education and Health for Girls, Swimming MRS. MARIORIE SPOOLSTRA, AB. Taylor University: Indiana University English and Lanquaqe MISS SARA R. STIRLING, A.B., M.S. Ball State Teachers College-5 Indiana University English MISS NORMA IEAN THIELE, A.B., M.A. Indiana University Publications Advisor, Iournalism, English HAROLD A. THOMAS. B.S., M.S. University of Louisvilleg Indiana University Science T. W. THOMPSON. B.S. Bradley University Industrial Arts Page 35 K Science y ef 1 Business I , ,' - E f V 1 . " .. .'., ry 'TE i 42 -1. ,fi ' 1 '24:. ' I Art Industrial Arts Fort Wayne Social Science Mr, Biclzel, an ernplcyeo at a local Miss Eash, an ardent camera lan, lvanlz, explains the sate-ty deposit sys- -'hecks her eauiprrierit with an ex- tern to Iucly Mciris. perienced eye. MISS VESTA THOMPSON, BS. Chicago, Minnesota, and Columbia UI'l1VEfS.I.ES ROBERT TRASTER. BS, M.A. Manchester Colle-qeq Ball State Teachers Cclfefe MISS DOROTHY WEMHOFF, B.S. University of Michigan: Indiana Univers ty CLIVE R. WERT. B.S. Ball State Teachers College NOEL H. WITTERN, AB., A,M. Normal School: Purdue cf: l'1iEyi Universities-Science HARRY L. YOUNG. B.S., MS. Ball State Teachers Colleaeq Indiana Umvefsfy ROBERT G. ZIMMERMAN, ES., MA. Bowling Green and Michiaari State Univeiz s Social Science, Coach Miss Furst practices puttina in lx-er parlor. Page 36 giizziri ,Q M' 6 6. uf? 'fir Q5 G96 92 se". WBJJ. ok 4151 Relaxing after a hard day behind the desk is Maestro Lernke This is the Civic Theater star of Shakespeares quite a master of the key board Twelfth Night? Believe it or nat, it's our own man of many faces. Mr. Lewinski. Our Cafeteria stafi works under the direction of Miss Bean. Seated are Mrs. Roemke, Mrs. Dumboid, Mrs. Monnett, and Mrs. Best. Standing are Mrs. Boyd, Mrs, Witte, Mrs. Meyers, Mrs, Hammons, Mrs. Sheppelrrian, Miss Pate, Mrs. Menzie, Miss McCullough, Mrs. Senqer, Mrs. Dennis, Mrs. Gaskiil, and Mrs. Reiiinq. . x -, . Q Iv. vb' w Qfk -- S 4' ' -., . , V 1 4 - . I . ff 2. W .. MN X . I X if 25 J? TT CLASSES 8 Wm.. A -4-ea fwfy,:f.....4 ff., 9? if? SQA? 1 E 'SSE W 4. 'GA ,z aiu-us.. ?49IwP3i2fl6?f4fxL 4 sfw 4 Yi 1 A Z" J Ami ,qs I . .- v g I . H? Z" f 5 u a S ff Q R ,M .yn 'fini 1 4 Q-' if .5 5 J .Fl 1 uskfiiiv .2 v 1a ERP' 1 Judy Moris and Alice Ruclensky Capture Highest Honors VALEDICTORIAN JUDITH Moms SALUTATORIAN ALICE RUDENSKY Pcxqe 40 '58 Boasts 31 on Four Year Honor Roll To quality for the icxir year honor roll students must achieve an over all scholastic average ot SO perce t Row One Row Two Row Three Row Four Iudith Moris Cindy Blitz Letty Bryce Philip Ross Suzanne Lehman Diane Culbertson David Murrell Richard Pence Deanna Lenora Meyer lohn Shoatt Maurice Papier Hockemeyer Linda Keller Roy Butzier Dennis Anglin Carolyn Dortha Hill Dennis Oser Hank Schollett Sl'1OWUll9f Donelda Lane Richard Philip Cantelon Bonnie Briggs Mary Prada SChU9f91'1b9fq Edward Feustel Sanna Boxley Sandra Reiter Sue Harrison Philip Schuman Alice Rudensky Larry Knop also achieved an average better than 90 but was absent when the picture was taken. Carol Bellew, H. Paul Haberly, and Michael Iones maintained above 90 averages, but were ineligi- ble for honor roll as they attended North Side for fewer than three years. Page 4l 'f .19 ,. Counter-clockwise Senlors wrll never forget "Charley's Aunt", the lrrst hrqhliqht of therr year. Cast members spent long hours rn preparrng this lrrst rate productron. Yes! And some semors tried out tor the basketball team, Oli- vrously, hm lffawalczyl-: drd not make rt, The semor banquet, "l3'atterns', was another umorqettable evenmq. Especlally so was the prophesy by Tom Mullins and Sue Walter, Afterwards, we celebrated at parties. " E'Y3 f 1.551 V 545:15 I 'Pi' D Page 42 xl? Clockwise 'When not madly studyrnq . . . we attended partres. Dtclc Pence, Rtta VVh1pple, Susan Bower, and Drane Culbertson exchange jokes at a holrclay open house. Wtntchlnq jumors prepare for "Bali-I-lar", we were remmdecl ot our own chicken wrre days. We enthusrastxcally learned the facts of College hte Clurrnq quidance assemblies. Nevertheless, we too made it. The class of '58 donned their caps and aowns for therr final treclc clown the tootlzall held. r I if 2 3 x I . va 5 1 3 ' 2 . 1 Eiecied officers for the '58ers were Hunk Scholiett, President Dennis Oser, Vice President Sue Bhqh, Secremry-Treasurer, and Dennis Anqhn, Chcnrmon oi :he Sociol Counfil. Iohn Shooii ond Tom Tcxie were on fhe SOClC1iCOL11'lC'ii. Officers, Advisors Plan Memorable Year Senior home room teachers served os advisors for senior extrcx curricular events. Seated: Miss Furst, Mrs. Griggs, Miss Rothen- berqer, Miss Bush, Miss Cleary, and Miss Stirling. Standing: Mr. Thompson, Mr. Hott, Mr. Bickel, Mr. Troster, Mr. Bruick, Mr. Henderson, Mr, Simon, ond Mr. Mertes. Page 44 S R 10 CZQJJ1 MAI? .5 glean fuzz! ,QlI0,V9Ul"l.0lICl'C! Ai .jdzlfll 1,5 ,yu 19314 PEGGY IANE ADAMS Legend Aqentg School Service ROLAND WAYNE ADAMS Rifley Cheerina Blockg Footlitall, irianuier Basketball, rnanaqerg Track, irianaizoi IUDITH LYNN AICHELE Transferred from Van Wert, Ohio Row2 MARTHA CAROLYN ALBERRING Spanishp Rttleg Orchestrag Chcrusg Girls Choiry Training Choir: Northernei Aftentq School Service BEVERLY IANE ALLEN Transferred from Vlfarsfiw, lntlrtirix n ir Block DAVID ROBERT ALLEN Rifle: Chorus Row 3 RAYMOND E. ANDERSON Nature-g Phy-Chem: Cheerinq Blfclzy lntra inrral Baslietlltallz School Service PATRICIA LEE ANDREW l.F.l..g Spanishg Polar-Yg Cheermq Slocl: DENNIS DAVENPORT ANGLIN Student Councilp Band, President Or-jhe-strap N.S.l.q Freshman Class Presidenty Senior, So- cial Chairrnang Northerner Aaentg Footltallg Tracl: Row 4 IAMES O. ARENS Boosterg Leqerid Aqenty Auto Design CHARLES THOMAS AXON Booster: Phy-Cherng Cheerinq Blocl-17 Senior Play: Football, manaqerg Cross Country, man aqerg Trafk, rnanaaery Stage Crew DON L. BABB Row 5 CONNIE LEA BAKER l.F.L.g Red Cross: Cheerinq Bloflzy Twirlerq School Service NANCY SUSAN BAKER Student Council: G. A. A., Vice President Secretaryg Globetrottersg Phy-Chemy Polar-Yq Red Cross: Band: Orchestra: N.S.l. GARY THOMAS BALL Rifle: A Cappellag Boys' Choir "Ol -:ar 1- 'T ffl? 'N-ur' ce' 9 ci VIZ:-'P , A S- f it L 13575. 1 is 'if "'T'..7h 'ti ""Jv"' Page 45 3 WWE Pubhshed By The 1958 LEGEND STAFF Hxqh School Fort Wayne Indxcxna North Side fe goof .JQALW 6Af0Ul"l.llg All I 'C 2 t Tfffw' 4 O' in-un N1 : ft R5 i -1 if- f" ff, ': ,f , ,Sw - X 'A 45' L 5 , Hd I I 7 1 A rw -, ,f if vi , t ,K f ' l S fi t e , 1 tfttg, ft 'Q-.,.-,fear-,Q Eg .31SfiMz,x fy- A .wtiitttitttftrfi A N A N Y 'ZA ' t i A 've lx IA rg sw. L 5 H xt in A3 . ' Q 1 f3 4 B -6' l 157 AF' PQ 45+ 2 v Q. IH. N '15 NU W--our uv" Paqe 46 we bf Aa!!! QQEZJWLQJ, oz'n,z'n9' Cfugd. IERRY LEE BARDSLEY F.T.A.y Naturey Cheerinq Block: Football, ln- tramural Basketball: Track DOROTHY DEE BAUGHMAN French, Phy-Chem, Red Crossy Cheerin Block, Bandy School Service IERRY L. BEBERSTEIN School Service: Stage Crew Row Z RICHARD LEE BECKMAN Globetrottersg Phy-Chem: Autc President, Football, Basl-tetlzall, letterman: Track DAVE PAUL BEHRENS Camera: Rifle, Northerner, Legend, Photog- rapher: l5OU Club, Basketball, lntramural, Auto Desiqnq School Serviceg Radio DIANE BEHRENS G.A.A,y Modern Language, Red Cross: Riiley Ripplettesg Band, Orchestra, N.S.l. Design, Vice Row 3 IANICE PAYE BEHRMAN Transferred from New Haven, Polar-Y C. MAX BELL Band, Chorusg Varsity Choir, N.S.l., Treasf urerg Track, letterriian IIM CHARLES BELL Che-erinq Blockp Legend Aaenty Foothallg Basketbally Traci: Row 4 CAROL ANN BELLEW Transferred from Verona, N.I,y Varsity Choir: Glohetrotters BARBARA IRENE BENNER P,T.A., Membership Chairman: Polar-Yg Rea Crossg Cheerinq Block, Leqe-nd,Typ1stg School Service SAMUEL C. BERTELS Training Choir Row 5 LARRY E. BILGER Student Council: Northerner Agent, Footballg Cross Country: Basketball, letterrnang Track CAROL ELLEN BLESSIN G Student Council: F.T.A., Secretary, Co-mem- bership Chairman: G.A.A., Secretaryg Na- tional Thespiang N.F.L.g Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block: A Cappellag Chorus, Senior Play: School Servicey Globetrottersy Helicon: I.F.L.q Nature, President, Secretary SUSAN IANE BLIGH Student Council, Secretary: F.T.A.g Polar-Y, Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Senior Class Secretary-Treasurery Northerner Aqentg Leg- end, Asst, Senior Editorg School Service ,SIu.cJ5!4z'1zg .QI 6gl:55l'00I'1'l5l, LUCINDA LEE BLITZ F.T.A.: Cvlobetrotters: Helicon: I.F.L.: Phy- Chern: N.F.L.: Cheerina Block: Legend Staff, Typist: National Thespian: Ripplettes: School Service IANICE ANN BODEKER Cheerinq Block: Northerner Agent DAVID GEORGE BOIRAB Student Council: Globetrotters: H1-Y: I.F.L.: Phy-Chem, Social Chairman, President: Rifle: Cheerina Block: A Cappella, Social Chair- man: Triple Trio: Senior Play: Key Club, Ser- qeant at Arms J Row Z RICHARD A. BOLDS Hi-Y: PhyfChern: Cheerinq Block: Football: Intramural Basketball: Track MAX RAY BOLES Spanish: Rifle: Cheeririq Block MARK WILLIAM BONHAM Rifle: Cheerinq Block: Football, letternian: lntramural Basketball: Track Row 3 ALLEN RAY BOOTH SUE ANN BORKENSTEIN Helicon, Publicity Chairman: l.F.L.: Phy- Chem: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Rifle: Cheering Block, Attendance Chairman: A Cappella: Cvirls' Choir: Varsity Choir: Northerner Staff: Leqend Staff, Activities: National Thespian: Senior Playg School Service SUSAN ANN BOWER G.A.A.: I.P'.L.: Phy-Chem: Red Cross: A Cap- pella: Girls' Choir: Legend Staff: Sophomore Class Editor: School Service Row 4 SANNA LYN NE BOXLEY Student Council: Helicon: Red Cross: Cheer Leader, Varsity, Reserve: Northerner, Agent, Asst. News Editor, Asst. Feature Editor, Fea- ture Editor: 1500 Club: Cheerinq Block DANIEL LEE BRANDEBERRY BONNIE L. BRAUN I. F. L.: Cheer Leader, Varsity, Reserve Chorus: National Thespiang Phy-Chem Row 5 ANN BREWER F.T.A., Treasurer, Vice-President: Globetrot- ters: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y, Service Chairman: Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Northerner Agent EDWARD G. BREWSTER Camera: Phy-Chem BONNIE IO BRIGGS Globetrotters, Secretary-Treasurer: Helicon, Membership Chairman: I.F.L.: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Chee-ring Block: A Cappella: Chari- sonettes: Chorus pHl'fl'C'lyIlIfl.llg ,yll qzliillllgl llAll'l.0fl'0.i. '-5 we 1? ?"? wr' Gang ma" Page 47 S113 aacjicag Wydferfoui RICHARD P. BRITTEN Track CHARLES FREDERICK BROCKHALL Football, letterman KAREN KAY BROWN Polar-Y Row 2 PENELOPE ANN BROWN Booster, G.A.A., Polar-Y, Cheering Block, Legend Agent ROBERT L. BROWN LETITIA IANE BRYCE Student Council, Globetrotters, Helicon, Mem- bership Chairman, Secretary, l.l:.L., Social Chairman, President, N.F.L., Social Chair- man, Cheering Block, Iunior Class Social Chairman, Northerner, Feature, Managing Editors, Legend, Co-Editor, l5OO Club, Quill and Scroll, National Thespian Row 3 MARLENE ANN BULLARD l:',T.A., Publicity Chairman, l.F,L., Phy-Chem, PolarfY, Red Cross, School Service LAWRENCE D. BURGER Student Council, Band GEORGE ROY BUTZIER Student Council, P.T.A., Treasurer, Globe- trotters, Publicity Chairman, Vice President, Helicon, Program Chairman, Vice President, l.C.L., Treasurer, Band, N,S.l. Row 4 NEIL ARTHUR BYRT Student Council, Rifle, Cheering Block, Audic Visual, A Cappella, President, Northerner Agent, National Thespian, Track BONETA KAY CALDWELL PHILIP L. CANTELON Student Council, Globetrotters, Helicon, Critic, l.F.L,, Vice President, I.C,L., President, Vice President, N.F.L., Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Membership Chairman, Treasurer, Cheering Block, Co-Chairman, School Service, A Cap- pella, Triple Trio, Northerner, Boolchead: Senior Play Row 5 WILLIAM E. CAREY Band, Chorus, Varsity Choir, N.S.l., lntra- mural Basketball STEVEN PHILLIP CARPENTER Student Council, Camera, Globetrotters, Heli- con, Vice President, Phy-Chem, Treasurer, Rifle, Cheering Block, Legend Staff, Activities Editor, Senior Play, Football, Track THOMAS P. CARTER Rifle LSLAOOK mr!! !9reJe1Lfef! mmf! !MA111zJerZ4! Q9,90rf1ffxz1'll1'aJ. MICHAEL DOUGLAS CHAMBERS Football: Track: Intramural Basketball: School Service IESSTON HOWARD CHERRINGTON Chorus CHARLES CHESTER Row 2 MONNA SUE CLARK Polar-Y: Red Cross: Twirler M. WILLIAM CLARK Transferred from South Side: Northerner, Boolchead: Leqend, Sports Editor: Student Council: Phy-Chem: Cheerinq Block: Senior Play: Key Club DONALD LEE CLEM Row 3 MERL EDWARD COE Football: Intramural Basketball: Intramural Volleyball: Track LARRY W. COLVIN Rifle: Key Club: A Cappella: Varsity Choir: Football: Track MAURICE ARTHUR COOK. IR. Student Council: Helicon, Service Recorder, Program Chairman, Treasurer: I.F.L.: Phy- Chem: Red Cross: Band: Orchestra, Vice President: N.S.I., Vice President Row 4 ' REBEKAH LOIS COOLMAN Camera, Secretary-Treasurer, Vice President LAURA LEE CROSLEY Red Cross: Chorus DIANE ELIZABETH CULBERTSON Globetrotters, Secretary: I-Ielicon: IPL.: Red Cross, Treasurer: Cheerinq Block: School Service: A Cappella: Chansonettes: Legend Staff, Copy Editor: Legend Agent: Senior Play Row 5 IOHN DANIEL CUNNINGHAM Student Council: Helicon: I-I1-Y, Vice Presi- dent, President: Phy-Chem: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Legend Agent: Triple Trio OAN AILEEN DAVIDSON I Transferred from Barry, Ill.: Cheermq Block: t Chorus HELEN MARS DAVIDSON Cheerinq Block: Twirler Page 49 gwialw LDBUQAIQIIIZQ Sjzeir Quiz .!gA1'6lfz'eJ .Qu HQIJLKH 62155, 2 in!! -5- has Poqe 50 SHARON IOAN DAWKINS Spanish, Polar'Y, Red Cross: Chee-ring Block LEON DEAN Transferred from Central LINDA KAY DEARDORFF G.A.A.7 Nature: Polar-Y: Rifle: Cheering Blctclcy Senior Play Row2 IUDY IILL DEELEY Globetrottersg Phyfffhemg Polar-Y, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Chorus: Training Choir, Northerner Agent, Legend Agent: Senior Play RUTH ANN DEMETROFF F.T.A., Polar-Y, Red Cross: Cheerinq Elockg School Servicep Chorus, Girls' Choir MARSHALL W. DeMOULIN Band Row 3 CAROLYN SUE DENNY School Service DAVID LeROY DERROW Football, Basketball, lntramural, Tr Sick, Volleyball, Intramural SHARON R. DEY Polar-Y, Chorus: Girls' Choir Row 4 BARBARA KAY DIEHL Twirler NANCY LeANNE DOTY Transferred from South Side I AMES PHILLIP DOUGHMAN Row 5 GILBERT DOVE Booster HELEN CAROLYN DUNCAN National Forensicg Polar-Y, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir DIXIE LOU DURR Student Council: Helicon, Service Recorder, Publicity Chairman, I.F.I.., Membership Chair- man, Secretaryffreasurer, N.F.l..p Red Cross: Cheer Leader, Reserve, Varsity: Cheerinq Blockp Chorus, Northerner, Ad Manager, Asst. News and Feature Editors, Agent, Book Head, Quill and Scroll: National Thespiang Senior Play, School Service Welrzrgeri of Me 5515.5 of 158 glzfoyarf mf'A1'11g ja .ylzzlarotfe Zyorfd. RONALD EUGENE EASLEY Student Counctlf Cheerina Block: Key Club, Prestdentg Football PATRICIA CAROLYN EAST G.A.A.q Rrfleg Twirlinq NANCY ANN ELLERT l.F.l.,y Red Cross: School Service: Chorus Row 2 LOWELL ERNEST ELLIOTT Rttleg A Cappella: Chou, Varstty Choir' Basketball, Intramural IOYCE ANN ENGELMANN G-.A.A.y Polar-Y, Red Crossy Cheennq Block IANICE ELLEN ENINGER G,A.A.g l-'hy-Chem, Polar-Y, Membership Chalrman, Point Recorder, Red Cross: Band, Orfhestrag N.S.l. Row 3 GLEN WAYNE ESSEX Auto Destqny Key Club: A Cappella, Senior Play: Triple Trio BILL D. EWING Cross Country, lettermang Track, letterman MICHAEL WALTER FANGER Camera, Preszdentp Globetrottersp l-lelicony Ncrtherner, Crrculation Manager Row 4 SHARON ANN FAUST Polar-Y EDWARD ALVIN FEUSTEL Glclitetrottersg Helicon, Program Charrman, Phy-Chem, Rifle, Northerner, Book Head ANN MARIE FISHER Polar-Y Row 5 THOMAS GEORGE FLEISCHER Rifleg Basketball, lntramural H. PATTERSON FLETCHER Camera, Presidentg Phy-Che-my Rifle: Track: Radio, Auto Design, President RUTH ELLEN FLETTER Polar-Y 53 I 'lfitii ' ,A- mt, F 2 s ys rj 'X 'A 'X Thad" ret rf 085 Paqe 51 MJLEJACZKK M415 ,!6llg jll ll fAe .,,: - 'M tw' .ff 'f X '- KS M ,tv iff wall? 'HY' an C xiii? ww "Viv 4-H' 'V""'1 Page 52 'THD 'BUY cizaguzauj jue am a e P ? WILMA KATHRYN FLETTER Polar-Yg Red Crossg Chorusp Girls' Choirg Varsity Choir IAMES LEWIS FREDRICKS Football: Basketball, lettermang Trczcky Audio- Visualg School Service IUDITH FUGATE Row 2 DANIEL FREMON T FULKERSON Cameraq Globetrottersp Hi-Y, Secretaryg Natureg Phy-Chemp Red Crossy Ritleg Cheer- tna Block: A Cappellap Varsity Choirp Chorusg Northerner Stafty National 'Thespian CAROLYN LOU GALLMEIER Polar-Y: Red Cross: Cheerina Block: School Service BONNIE RAE GARR l.F.L.g Red Crossg Cheeririq Blockg Rip- r-lettesg Chorusy Northerner Agent Row 3 ROGER A. GATER l-li-Yg Phy-Chem: Intramural Basketball GEORGE MICHAEL GESSNER Ritleg Intramural Basketball A. RONALD GODFREY Row 4 SALLY SONORA GOODING Reserve Cheer Leaderg Cheerinq Block RICHARD DEWITT GORRELL Ritleg Football: Cross Countryg Trackg Intra- mural Volleyball DENNIS RAY GOUKER Boosterg Riflep Cheerinq Blockg Varsity Choirq Audio-Visual Row 5 SHARON LEE GRAVES Chorusg Girls' Choirp Varsity Choir STEPHEN CLARK GRESLEY Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms: Camerap Globetrottersp HLY3 Phy-Chem: Rifleg Cheer- inq Blocky Legend Aqent, Activities Staffg Senior Playy Trackg Key Club, Vice President, President BARBARA IEAN GRIFFITH Transferred from Muncie Central: Student Council: I.I".I..g Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: A Cappellag Chansonettesg Varsity Choirg Legend Stafi, Freshman Editor: Senior Playp Ripplettes, Music Chairmanp School Service 5 f 7 W f 7 Q' 3 f O 3 S? jrolotz QC!!-Ollfll 5, 0 Xegiorza J. 0 ,Ql'Hl- mai J, ll 0 , fzzfv. H. PAUL HABERLY. IR. Transferred from Howe Military Academyg Student Counffil, Vice Presidentg Globetrotters, SC-fial Chairman, President: Nature, Presi- dentg N,F.L. DAVID A. HANELINE Ritleg Clieerinq Block: Footlidll, letterman ARLEN E IANET HANN IE Row Z CHARLENE K. HARMEYER PolarAYy Red Crossg Chee-ring Blofilcg Girls' Choir: Varsity Choiry Nortlierner Aqent DAVID L. HARRIS MARY FLORENCE HARRIS Row 3 NANCY LOU HARRIS l,F.L.g FLC-d Cross: Clieerinq Elfflzg Clittrus SUE CAROL HARRISON Student Councilg Polar-Y, President, Vice Pifvsident, Secretary-Treasurerg Red Crossy Chorus: Freshman Social Council ESTHER I OANNA HARROLD Cheerinq Blocl-tg A Cappella: Girls' Choirg Varsity Choir Row 4 ROBERT SMITH HART Football DIANA KAY HARTMAN Spanish, Secretary-Treasurer: Chee-ring Blockg A Cappellay Chorusg Girls' Choirg Varsity Choir I IM STEWARD HATTERY Cheerinq Blockg Cross Country, le-tte-rrnanp Intramural Basketloallq Trark, letterrnan Row 5 IUDITH HATTERY Polar-Y ALIX HAYNES Transferred from Indianapolrs SHARON ANN HAZELETT Spanishy Polar-Yg Red Crossg Cheerinq Block Page 53 758er5 Cfzclfeal prexg 0 Ap cWdylll.l'VL8 errimelzff ,qm- It 3 if i gi I Q s 5' K vfflf lf" ft fj R 1 lf if? Page ik RALPH M. HENSCHEN Rifle CONNIE SUE HERRON IERRY R. HICKMAN Student Council, Hi-Y, Nature, Vice President, Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Rifle, Cheeririq Block, Key Club, Northerner, Bookhead, Senior Play Row 2 DORTHA LYNN HILL G.A.A., Treasurer, Globe-trotters, Helicon, Critic, Membership Chairman, Phy-Chem, Cheerinq Block, School Service, Orchestra, A Cappella, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Senior Play KAREN ANN HILLE G.A.A., Polar-Y, Rifle, Chorus STEVEN ANDREW I-HPPENSTEELE Row 3 DEANNA DAE HOCKEMEYER Student Council, Globetrotters, Helicon, Serv- ice Recorder, I.F,I.., Vice President, Modern Lanquaqe, Secretary, N.F'.L., Parliamentarian, Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Rifle, Cheerirrq Block, Membership Chairman, A Cappella, Chan- sonettes, Chorus, Sophomore Social Council, National Thespian., Senior Play STEPHEN F. HOFER Stage Crew, A Cappella, Chorus, Varsity Choir, Northerner Agent, National Thespian, Tennis, letterman, Track IUDITH IANE HOMEYER I,F.l.., Polar-Y, Red Cross, Orchestra, A Cap- pella, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir, Leqend Staff Row 4 STEPHANA ANN HOUK Student Council, F.T.A., Polar-Y, Point Re- corder, Vice President, President, Rifle, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir ALBERT E. HOUSEHOULDER Cross Country SHARON LOUISE HOUSER F.T.A., Helicon, Polar-Y, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir, Legend Agent Row 5 RICHARD LEE IOHNSON Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball MICHAEL PAUL I ONES Camera, Vice President, Globetrotters, Phy- Chem, Red Cross MARK W. IORDAN Rifle, Intramural Basketball, Track XMPQJ 0011, me jrz'9Afe1rz,eJ jr05A mre opAz'5fz'Cafef! .Silo 1.5. PATRICIA IEAN IORDAN School Service I ACQUELINE ANN KAMMER l,F.l..g Polar-Yg Bed Cross: Training Choir: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir: Legend Staff ROBERT I. KASE Camerag Ritleg Cheering Blockg Intramural Basketball Row Z STEPHANIE IANE KEIM C1.A.A,y Polar-Y: Red Cross EDDIE IOHN KELLER Camera, l-li'Yg Phy-Chemp Bed Cross: Rifle IERRY MICHAEL KELLER Cheering Blockg Bandg Orchestra: Footballg Cross Couritryg Intramural Basketball Row 3 LINDA KELLER Student Council, Glohetrotters, Helicon, Critic: Cheering Block, Ripplettes, Presidentg School Serviceg A Cappella, Chorusg Girls' Choirg Northerner, Circulation, News, Copy, and Managing Editors, l5OU Club LEON CARL KENNEDY Hi-Y, Tennis, letterman, Captain LARRY R. KENSILL Cheering Block, Football: Intramural Basket- lzallg Track, Audio-Visual Row 4 PAUL R. KIEFER Intramural Basketball: Tra-:lc DEAN CHARLES KIENZLE PhyfChemg Rifleg Cheering Blockg lritramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Ping Pongg School Service MARCIA KINSEY Row 5 RHEA SUE KITTINGER Student Councilg F.T.A.g l-lelicong I.F.l.., Polar-Yg Cheering Block: Orchestra, Presi- dent: A Cappella: Chansoriettesg Girls' Choir: Varsity Choirg N.S.l., Secretaryg Northerner Agent SHARON ANN KLUG Ritleg Legend Agent RICHARD EARL KNAPPENBERGER Phy-Chemg Football: Audio-Visual 'Q WWW .i'5' --au' Mu' Page 55 C 8 s . I 4 V of " ,. ll V yw , ri ' , g ' 4 1, 3,4 av FUN' I' l 5' - Ip, . . ' ., . V ,Q Atl is . :J gill' 'J , 4 .agc4f,, 4,-,f-'P filly, JJJJJH-f,, ,- My-QW 0 N. W .,.-:rw 4 ,mf . w E i Q , ',,, !.N yu- v -np vw V4 may li UO!" 1 Vww .N if xr' a n ww wwu fx -n I fu ' " " gm- " W"-W' vm 1 Nm.. .,.,.f. .4..av,,,. , . Ll - X. S. 1 , vi M' L Al ggi 4 :-' ,. . ,.j,:'vff . .5,y.,'Qg , " y A 2 E1-1- 1-iw i, , 1 2553: ' M1172 H7117 e .xg - ' A 555 ' V D --, V-VA- U 1 f' , ' t' ' , - . , :J qi :-F i A,.,, ' I -f , it ,ff ., f is :Q 'wi Page 56 if if cbzkecl Sap IJ lfllvfecf on 60444-JUOAAQ7 an, LARRY KN OP Student Council, Phy-Chem, Ritle, Northerner Football SHARON M. KNUTH l.F,L., Polar-Y, Red Cross, Che-erinq Block, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir SUSAN KOEHLINGER l.F.L., Modern Lanquaqe, Cheerina Block, A Cappella, Girls' Choir, Chorus, Varsity Choir, Northerner Row 2 MARCIA ANN KOGIN Globetrotters, Modern Lariquaae, Cheeiing Block, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Training Choir LARRY PAUL KONOW School Service, Intramural Basketball, Track IAMES THOMAS KOWALCZYK Student Council, Globetrotters, Hi-Y, Los Sodales, Red Cross, lntrarnuials, Key Club Row 3 RONALD EDWIN KREISCHER Spanish, Phy-Chem, Track KAREN KAY KRUSE F.T,A., I.F.L., Nature, Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Reserve Cheer Leader, Clieerina Block, Rip- plettes, Secretary, Northerner Asst. Circula- tion and Ad Manager, 1500 Clulv, Senior Play I UDITH MARIE KURTZ Polar-Y, Red Cross, Twirler Row 4 RONALD LEE KURTZ Cheerinq Block, Chorus, Football, Cross Country, Intramural Basketball, Track, lntra- mural Volleyball TERRY KURUDA DOUGLAS I. LCIFOLLETTE Phy-Chem Row 5 SUZANNE LAMBOLEY G.A.A., Nature, POlG1"Y DONELDA IEAN LANE F.T,A., Parliamentarian, Globetrotters, Heli- con, I.F.L., N.F.L., Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Orchestra: N.S.l. CLARA FRANCES LANG G.A.A., Polar-Y, Chorus 00l'l AQ CALM O! '58 C0 .S?i'lflf Lf? X cz! 1 !9lJUlCll55ll1!'ll DIAN NE IILL LAPP Student Council, I.F.L,p Red Cross, Cheering Block, A Cappellag Charisonettesg Chorus, Varsity Choir: Legend, Co-editor, Quill and Scrollg National Thespian ELIZABETH ANN LAWRENCE LINDA ANN LEADBETTER Transferred from Hamilton, Indiana, G.A.A,y Play-Chem, Band Row 2 RON R. LEAKEY Cross Country ROBERT EDWIN LEE Rifleg Cheering Block: Intramural Easl-:etballg Intrarnural Volleyball IOAN LOUISE LEEDY G.A.A,, PolarfY: A Cappella: Chcrus, Cwirls' Thfgip Varsity Choir Row 3 SUZANNE MARIE LEHMAN Stud-.int Council, Treasurer, Glcieirpzters l-Ielifon: I.F.L., SecretaryvTreasurerg Parrni Nos Amis, Vice President, Secretary, N.F.L., President, Secretary: Red Crcss: Cheeriniz Elo-fl-1, A Cappella, Chanscnettes: Chorus Freshman, Sophomore, Iunior Social Council Naazonal Thespian, Presrden? Senicr Play ALANE G. LEIMER Band IRVING LOUIS LEVIN St.ident Councilp Hi-Yg Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Varsity Cheer Leader, Cheering Elocl-if Srliccrl Serviiey lf-fey Club Row 4 DAVE F. LEWIS Student Council, Cheering Blockg Basketball, Track TERRY LEE LINDENBERG Student Council, Key Clubg School Servir Legend Agent: Football, letterman IAMES EDWARD LINK Student Council, Parliarnentariany Camera, Presidentg Globetrottersg Helicon, Publicity Chairmang Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Band, Vice Presiclentg Orchestrag A Cappella, Varsity Choir, Training Choirg N.S.I., Parliamentar- iang Iunior Social Councilg Legend Agent Row 5 CAROL ANN LOCKWOOD Phy-Chem: Cheering Blocky Schocl Service Legend Agent THOMAS HOLDER MARTIN Cheering Blockg Cross Country, letterman, Captain: Intramural Basketball: Track, letter- man YVONNE D. MARTIN OZLLAJ J lin M N19 l4I'Ll.0I".5, lie, FRANK L. MARTINO Cheering Block WILLIAM O. MATHER IAMES ROBERT MATHIAS Rifle: Cheering Block: Chorus Row 2 CAROLE ANN MCCOLLUM Nature, Secretary: Phy-Chem NORMAN DAN MCIVER Transferred from Dallas, Texas: Phy-Chem, Vice President: Cheering Block: Band: N.S.I. PHIL MCKINLEY Phy-Chern: Rifle: Cheering Block Row 3 IOHN STUART MCMAHAN Student Council, President: Cflobetrotters, Social Chairrnan, Vice President, President: Che-ering Block, Co-Chairman: School Serv- ice: Freshman Class Vice President: Sopho- more Social Council: Northerner, Agent, Eoolzheadg Legend, Activities: National Thes- pian: Senior Play: Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Red Cross, Social Chairman, Vice President: Rifle THOMAS MICHAEL MCMAHAN Camera: Globetrotters: Hi-Y: I.F.L.: Phy- Chem, Vice President: Red Cross, Member- ship Chairman: Rifle: Cheering Block: Foot- ball, Manager: Tennis LUCY MCINTOSH MCNAGNY Student Council: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Cheer- ing Block: Legend Agent Row 4 ELSA IANE MENNEWISCH G.A.A.: Red Cross: School Service IANICE ELLEN MENNEWISCH Chorus, Girls' Choir CAROL I. MERANDA Transferred from Birmingham, Alabama Row 5 HAROLD G. MERKLER Camera: Cheering Block: Modern Language: Football, Manager: Tennis: Basketball, Man- ager: Track, Manager IAMES CALVIN MERTZ Rifle: Cheering Block LENORA LOUISE MEYER P.T.A., Social Chairman: G.A.A.: Helicon: I.F.L.: Los Sodales, Social Chairman, Vice President, President: N,F.I..: Phy-Chem: Red Cross: Orchestra: Chorus: Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir: N.S.I.: Northerner Agent: Senior Play: School Service .SZLMMLI CAJCAQIL ire, SUE ANN MEYER School Service BARBARA IEAN MILLER Polar-Y, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Girls' Choir, Training Choir DONNA MARIE MILLER Polar-Y, Cheerinq BlOCl'C, Chorus, Choir, Girls' Choir Varsity Row 2 SANDRA RAE MILLER SUSAN L. MILLIGAN Modern Lonquaqe, Polar-Y, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, A Cappella, Chorus, Vorsity Choir, Northerner Agent, Leqend, Asst. Business Manager, School Service IUDITH ANN MORIS Student Council, G.A.A., Treasurer, President, Globetrotters, Helicon, President, Phy-Chem, Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block, A Cappella, Leg- end, Aqent, Faculty Editor, County DAR Best Citizen Row 3 I. THOMAS MULLINS Tronsterred from Auroro, indiana, Globe- trotters, Publicity Committee, Phy-Chem, Cheerinq Block, Band, Senior Ploy, lntra- niurdl Basketball, Stage Crew E. CAROL MUMY F.T.A., G.A.A., Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, School Service DAVID IOSEPH MURRELI.. Student Council, Globetrotters, Helicon, l-li-Y, Phy-Chem, Key Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Band, A Cappella, Northerner, News, Man- crqinq Copy Editor, 1500 Club, Quill ond Scroll, lntrdmural Bdsketball, School Service Row 4 ROBERT E. MUTCH DAVID ALLAN MYERS School Service, Hi-Y, Phy-Chem, Rifle, Clreerinq Block, A Cappella, Triple Trio, Chorus, Leqend Agent, Senior Play I UDITH ANN NOFZINGER G.A.A.g Polar-Y, Red Cross: Cheerinq Block, School Service Row 5 ROBERT E. O'BRIEN Student Council, Globetrotters, Modern Lon- qucxqe, Phy-Chem, Social Chairman, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Key Club, Vice Presi- dent ELAINE OLDS Polar-Y, Twirler, Senior Play RUTH ANN OLIVER F.T.A., French, Polar-Y, President, Vice Presi- dent, Membership Chairman, Chorus, Varsity Choir, School Service pCll.lflll06Z j.I'0fIl"00LL! ji jam own jay gnu: sb i .4 VN Page 59 jxzfo ,kfaufaffaxfz 5ztcAa1zf1f11e1fzf.7jte M'0l'1fl- an glferyfliilzg. -.-:' ,O 1 Y , if 41.-P ' Q-an . f" TN A ' sn ,Qin-. 'Ii' 9,39 3' Page 60 th. 'I' Yum' ROSEMARY ANN O'NEILL G.A,A.: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Cheerina Block: School Service CYNTHIA KAY ORCUTT Polar-Y: Red Cross: Chorus: Senior Play: Twirler, Majorette MICHAEL DENNIS OSER Student Council: Globetrotters: Helicon: H1-Y, President: Phy-Chem, President, Vice Presi- dent: Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Senior Class Vice President: Northerner, Eockhead: Legend Staff: Senior Play: Schc-ol Service: Key Club Row 2 IERRY L. PALM Hi-Y: I.F.l..: Phy-Chem: Red Cross: Cheer- ina Block: Football, Manager: Key Clul: MAURICE ANTHONY PAPIER l,F,L.: Phy-Chem: Northerner Agent: Football, Manager KENNETH WILLIAM PARKER Phy-Chem: Cyclotron: Band: Orchestra: N.S.l.: Senior Play Row 3 PAUL IAMES PEDERSON Student Council: Helicon: Los Sodales: Phy- Chern: Red Cross: Chee-ring Block: National Thespiari: lntramural Basketball: Track: Stage Crew KILE ROBERT PENCE Cheerinq Block RICHARD LOUIS PENCE Transferred lrom South Bend: Globetrotters, Publicity Chairman: Helicon: Hi-Y, Secretary- Treasurer: Phy-Chem: Cheeririq Block: Key Club Row 4 THOMAS GEORGE PENCE Transferred from South Bend: Student Coun- cil: Globetrotters: Helicon, Critic: Hi-Y, Vice President: Spanish: Phy-Chem: Cheerirrq Block: Intramural Basketball: Track: Football: Key Club CAROLE ANN PETERS G.A.A.: I.F'.L.: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Girls' Choir SHARON LYNNE PETERS G.A.A,: I.F.l...: Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir Row 5 I ACK LEE PICKERING Booster Club: Modern Lanquaqe Club: Cheer- iria Block: Cross Country: Track LEE HULL PIEPENBRINK Football: Track SHARON SUZANNE PLATT Red Cross: Girls' Choir N29 6615.5 0 '58 ,EPQIZITIQ CAROL SUE PLATT I.F.L.: Red Cross IAMES H. PLUMB Cheering Block: Cross Country, letterrnan, Captain: Intramural Basketball: Track, letter- man IACK E. PONTIUS French Club: Cheering Block Row 2 SUSAN I OAN POPLETT Student Council: Helicon: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Cheering Block, Planning Chairman: Legend Staff: School Service BARBARA ELIZABETH POPP F.T.A.: Helicon: I,F.L.: PhyfChem: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Rifle: Band: Chorus: N.S.l.: North- erner Agent: l5OU Club: National Thespian DEANNA PORTCR I,F.l..: Nature Club: Polar-Y: Point Recorder, Chairman Social Committee and Publicity: School Service Row 3 MARY FRANCES PRADA Student Council: Helicon: Northerner Agent: Legend Agent ROBERT PRICE Football, Letterman: Basketball: Track DELMAR I. PROCTOR. IR. Student Council: I.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Cheering Block: Stage Crew, Manager: Legend Agent: National Thespian: Senior Play Row 4 CAROLE PULVER Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir DONALD LEROY PYNCHON Transferred from Columbia City, Ind.: Cheer- ing Block IUDITH ANN QUAS Spanish, Secretary, Social Chairman: Nature: Polar-Y: Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Twirler: Northerner Agent Row 5 IOHN STUART RAHRER Hi-Y, Secretary: I.F.L.: Red Cross: Che-ering Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Varsity Choir: Basketball SANDRA REITER I.F.L.: Polar-Y: Rifle: School Service EDILOU RICE School Service j rj Q I"Ql1,fldI'l76! yW0lIlL'lZf 0 KUIIIUIIIIUI' rw 61 39' 4 ""'fD' ilk ig'-uw Page 61 x gi 5Zlll.0P,5. one WQIIIZEIU of M0 Cyan 0 a 'T Nun?- 1-if ""? Q6 f"" W 'T 1' Page 'ii 'S' 62 ifr 'T""7 9- if fig '58, 601114612 ge pl"0l4C!8I' IIM FRANKLIN RICHENDOLLAR Football, letterrnan: Track FRITZ M. A. RIEDEL Phy-Chem: Rifle DAVID BRUNER RINNE Student Council, Treasurer: Globetrotters: Helicon: l-li-Y, Chaplain: N.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Vice President: Chorus: Varsity Choir: Triple Trio: Freshman Social Chairman: Sophomore President: Northerner, Cartoonist: National Thespian: Track: letterman Row 2 PEGGE DIANE ROBBINS G.A.A.: I.F.L.: Red Cross: Girls' Choir: Masque and Gavel: School Service MIRIAM ESTHER ROBERTS Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir RICHARD DONALD ROBERTS Row 3 ROSE MARIE ROBINSON Polar-Y: Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir GEORGE W. ROEBACK Rifle: A Cappella: Football: Track, letterman PHILIP C. ROSS Helicon: l-li-Y: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Triple Trio: Chorus: Varsity Choir Senior Play Row 4 CHARLET ANN ROTH Student Council: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y, Vice President, Point Recorder, Social Chairman HARRIET SUE RUCHMAN F.T,A., Secretary: Globetrotters, Publicity Chairman: Helicon: French Club: Phy-Chem: Red Cross: Cheering Block: School Service: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir: North- erner, Exchange Editor, Agent: Legend Staff, Business Manager: l5OO Club: Quill and Scroll ALICE M. RUDENSKY Student Council: Globetrotters: Helicon, Social Chairman: I.F.L., Publicity Chairman: Parmi Nos Amis, Treasurer: N.F.L.: Cheering Block: Northerner, Circulation Manager, Asst. Fea- ture, News, Contributing Editors, Editonln- Chief, Student Adviser: l5OO Club: Quill and Scroll Row 5 REX WILLIAM SANDERS SHARON IEAN SAUER Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir DAVID LEE SCHAEI-'ER Phy-Chem Of !Q'e5z':!e1zf aS7cAo!Afff,' nuff ywomli auf! HlC!0ll.5Atf IOHN W. SCHLUP CAROL ANN SCHNEPP Chorus: Girls' Choir HENRY ANDREW SCHOLLETT Student Council: Cheerina Block: Freshman hm. Social Council: lunior Vice President: Senior President' Football letterman- Track :Wil Row Z PHILIP STANLEY SCHUMAN Student Council: Helicon: Band, Vice Pres- dent: Orchestra: N.S.I., President IUDITH ANN SCRIBNER G.A.A.: Polar-Y SAMUEL M. SEFTON Cheeririq Block: Band: Football, lettermav: Basketball Row 3 THOMAS LLOYD SEIFERT Student Council: Cheerinq Block: Football, letterrnan: Track, letterman I OHN HAN NA SHOAFF Student Council: Globetrotters, Treasurer: 3 Helicon: Hi-Y: I.F'.L.: I.C.L., President: N.F.L., gy' Vice President: Phy-Chem, Treasurer: Cheer- "Wg mq Block: Sophomore Vice President: Senior Social Council: Northerner Staff: 1500 Club: Senior Play ION BARRY SHODA Rifle Row 4 I OHN CHARLES SHOPPELL Student Council: Cheerinq Block: Football, letterman: Basketball, letterman: Track CAROLYN IOAN SHOWALTER F.T.A,: G.A.A.: Chee-rinq Block: School Serv- ice DIANNE SUE SHROCK Transferred from Peru High School: Red Cross Row 5 Q MORRIS SHULL ROLAND SLYBY Key Club LEO RAY SNELL F,T.A.: Band: Orchestra: N.S.I. Page 63 MOM!! of KACZPAQII .A4l'lfl hjl"0lWl Mflllug 0PE Z6 Wlffvllj 601748 jF0lfVl,, 5 5 s 'lm IW' '. , Q X 'Q' if t 'fl V , , 1 3 If 5 4 Ts if x 4.49 :E E If I I sv .W '-I ,Q v : .il w I . - "'- v.A! Page 64 H. CHARLES SOUTHERN Ritlep Cheerinq Block: Football, Intramural Basketbally Track: lntrarnural Volleyball TERRY I. STABLER Booster: Rifle, Cheerinq Block: Cross Country, lntramural Basketball, Track BRENDA KAY STEWARD G.A,A.p I.F.L.g Phy-Chemp Polar-Y, Publicity Chairmanp School Service, A Cappella, Chorusg Girls' Choir, Northerner Agent Row 2 NANCY STIVER IOHN HUBBARD STOUT Student Counctly Globetrotters, President, Co- Social Chairman, Helicon, President, Treas- urer, Criticp I.F.L., President, N.F.l.., Vice Presidentp Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Rifle, Cheerinq Block, Northernerq 1500 Club, National Thespiang Varsity Choirp lunior Social Council: Hi-Y YVONNE IRIS STRAHM Traininq Band Row 3 KENNETH WILLIAM STRONG Band THOMAS A. SWIHART Rifle GERALD CARLYLE SWINFORD Band, N.S.l.y Tennis, letterman Row 4 ROGER MICHAEL SYMMS Modern Language Cluby Rifle THOMAS DALE TATE Student Council, Rifle-7 Cheerinq Block, Band, Orchestrap N.S.l.p lunior Class President: Senior Social Council LEE CURTIS THEOBALD Transferred from Elkhart Row 5 CATHERINE LYNN THOMAS IUDITH LUCILLE THOMAS IANICE LOUISE TIPSORD Ritleg Chorusp Varsity Choir -. f MZlLfC'l'llJ.u0!fA0 pfdlll . IOHN TOMKINSON DEAN C. TRASTER Rifle, Northerner, Photographer: Leg:-end Fhcic-qraphor, Footlgtall, Manager: Cross Ciuntry, Mana-ger, Tennis Manager- Basket- ifall, Manager, Track, Manager: S:h:cl Ser'.'1:e IOY LOU TROWBRIDGE G.A,A,: Folar-Y: Northerner, Sched r Row 2 DENNIS WRIGHT TRYON Helicon, Phy-Chem, Rifle PATRICIA IEAN VICKERS Student Councrl, F.T,A., l.F.L., Los S-zdales, Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Cheer Chairman, National Thespian: Senior Play- School Service MONTE B. VINCENSKI l-li-Y, Phy-Chem, Cheerrna Block, lnzranxrgra. Easlcetlitall Row 3 MARGARET IOAN VOLKMAN Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block DAVID LEE WADE lntramural Basketball SHARON E. WAGNER F.T,A., Polar-Y, Chorus: Girls Chiprp T2-.'1rl r Senior Play Row 4 DICK BARRY WALTER I. F. L.: Modern Language Cluk: Fhy-Chem: Rifle: Cheerina Block: Stage Crew: Senior Play SUE ANN WALTER Student Council, I.F.L., Red Cross, Cheerinoj Elcflig Twirler, Senicr Flay THOMAS R. WATERS Hi-Y, Phy-Chem, Red Cross, Rifle, Iunior Social Council, Cross Country, Baslzetlsall, letterfriang TTCICIC Row 5 IOYCE ANN WEHRENBERG F.T,A.g l.F.l.,, Secretary, Treasurer, French, Social Chairman, Vice President, Spanish, N,F.L., Phy-Chem, Polar-Y, Red Cross, Rifle, Cheerina Block: Rippletlesg School Service, Legend, Asst. Faculty Editor, National Thes- pian RITA MARIE WHIPPLE Student Council, F.T.A., Globetrotters, Phy- Chem, Poalr-Y, Red Cross, Membership Chairman, Cheerinq Block, Northerner, Agent, Business Manager, Legend, Business Staff: l5UO Club, Senior Play, School Service MARCIA KAY WIBLE Student Council, Globetrotters, Helicon, Mem- bership Chairrnan, Social Chairman, Polar-Y, Red Cross, Secretary, President, Band, Chorus, Freshman Secretary-Treasurer, Sopho- more Social Chairman, Iunior Secretary- Treasurer, Legend Activities Staff, National Thespian if la ml gt, mtl ml , I 1 f ii .Q cz? ft ,.t. 5 i I , if 1 ' I, -1 'se . 42 Q' X N - M ,fl i M 6 A N 1 I N fi -1 Page 65 AROUND THE DOME Around the Dome of North Side we have added, in this past year, a wealth of experi- ences to our already large store. Seniors reminisced as the new freshmen began tak- ing part in the traditional Domeland activities. We saw the enrollment figure grow to a new high of nearly two thousand students. Visible evi- dences of the swell in popu- lation were in the construction of a dream school cafeteria and six new classrooms in the old cafeteria wing. Daily classes were our reasons for spending hours at North Side, hut they provided only a fraction of the memories that we will associate with our high school. ln the following pages we, the l958 Legend Staff, proudly tell the story of our last weeks Around The Dome. 15126842 Table of Contents Opening Section .p. l Faculty ,,..., .,,,,r,,,, . .p. 26 Classes .,... Hp. 38 Activities . ,,,, p. IUO Sports ..... ........ p . 130 Page 3 ' Mold H.SJayz'1zg .lang you LARRY D. WIDDIFIELD Rifle: Intramural Basketball IUDITH ANN WIESENBERG Modern Language Club: Polar-Y: Red Cross STEPHEN EDWIN WILLIAMS Globetrotters: Hi-Y: I.F.L.: Modern Language Club: Phy-Chem: Cheering Block: Key Club Row 2 STEPHEN MILLER WILLIAMS Tennis, letterman: School Service CAROLE LEE WINKLER Student Council: G.A.A.: Helicon: Red Cross: Cheer Leader, Reserve, Varsity Captain: Chorus: Legend, Asst. Sports Editor DAVID ALAN WITZIGRUETER Student Council: Cross Country, letterman: Basketball, letterman: Track, letterman: School Service Row 3 FAUNDA SUE WYATT G.A.A.: Rifle: Legend Agent BOB A. ZAGER Globetrotters: Modern Language Club: Nature Club: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Chee-ring Block: Na- tional Thespian: Senior Play: School Service: Stage Manager GERALD H. ZERN Phy-Chem: Cheering Block IN MEMORIUM W1 Cn May 2O, l957, North Side lost a true friend with the death of Walter Nickerson. Walt was a member of Home Room 222 and a familiar face around North Side. Shortly before Christmas in l956 Walt Was confined to bed, and the following five months were long and painful. Walt attended Forest Park Grade School and belonged to the Christian Science Church. He was often seen with his friends Larry Bilaer and lerry Palm. l-le participated in many activities, among them beinq Hi-Y, Key Club, lr. Red Cross, I. F. L., and freshman football. Those of us Who knew Walt will long remember hirn. Page 67 Page 68 5 Alf' '-11' 9' ...yt ---- X. fu.: ut. To Remember Us By . . XCHARLEY'S AUNT' l For two November nights, laughter echoed throughout Domeland as "Charley's Aunt," the Senior Play for the class of '58, literally brought down the house. The cast, under the dramatic coaching of Mr. Iames Purkhiser and musical direction of Mr. C. William Hatt, gave excellent performances for the special senior audience Thursday night and to the general public Friday. Taking place in England, the plot re- volved around two young men, trying to impress two young ladies, and two aunts, both proclaiming to be Charley's Aunt from Brazil," where the nuts com from." Top: Stuart McMahon proposes to Charley's Aunt in the garden. Middle: ln one of the musical interludes, Dixie Durr dances as three of her suitors serenade her with "Once ln Love With Amy." Bottom: Deanna I-fockemeyer and Pat Vickers show their affection for Charley's sweet Aunt, Iohn Shoaff. Opposite page Top: ln the colorful "Brazil" number, which featured Barb Griffith as soloist, the chorus put the audience into the South American mood. Middle: Lovely ladies Barb Griffith, Carol Blessing, Dortha Hill, Lenora Meyer, Diene Culbertson, and Sue Borkenstein help Deanna Hockemeyer and Phil Cante- lon sing "My Darling". Bottom: All was finally straightened out as the princi- pal characters met for dinner in the third act, Left to right are Phil Cantelon, Deanna Hockemeyer, Pat Vickers, Bob Zager, Marcia Wible, Iohn Shoafi, Charles Axon, Delmar Proctor, Sue Lehman, and Stuart Mo- Mahan. X' 5, W CK -Q i 'Vu i'Q S-14 9 s' 3 Qnnaum J of" Pcxqe 69 ,-. f, 2 ,dawg OM - v Y , .ul Counter-Clockwise Smiling broadly, showing off one of the assets of their most engaging personalities, are Letty Bryce and Stuart McMahon, Stu was also voted the boy with the most school service. Alice Ftudensky, the girl most likely to succeed and also the best girl speaker, is reminded that she is still merely a female by the condescending glances of Denny Anglin and Iohn Stout. They were voted the boy most likely to suifeed and best speaker, respectively. Iudy Moris and Ed Feustel, the most studious pair, try to pick up a Sputnik signal on Ed's short wave set. Really cutting a rug are the two best dancers ot the class, Dixie Durr and Steve Carpenter. "I can sing anything better than you!" booms lim Link, as Bobbi Griffith sings, "No you can't!" This pair was selected the best singers by their classmates. Q t 'i t . 2 It t Clockwise 'Make up your mind!" beg Hcmk Schollett and Terry Linden- loera ct Pat Vickers. The trio was voted the best looking senzcrs. It cioesn't look as though this is Hon Easleys idea ot humor, but fill Deely seems to be enjoying herself. These two were voted the Seniors with the best sense of humor. Vfhc said chivalry died in the dark ages? Skip Haberly, the mos? :ourteous boy, helps Sue Bliqh, the most courteous qirl, cross the mud at a Curb. Sue was also voted the qirl with the rnost school service. "Aren't you Cutell' queries Susie Lehman of lohn Shoafi. The duet were voted the best actress and actor. is DQR? Tom Seifert looks on in amazement as Lucy MoNaqny demonstrates her strength. The two were voted best athletes. JUNICDRS lunior officers get together for a prom planning session. Social Chairman Nancy Martin, Vice President Barbara Marsh, and Bob Walters, Secretary-Treasurer, look on approvingly at President Iohnny Iohnson's plans for "Bali-Hai". 1 ' .- - I M A- 4 Ev? ' -h 1 .- M " A f f ef rt f Q 111 Sv 1 xwif- , ,, ti E A :Z Q- . :yt K 1,26 'Y ' M: J 'K ' 731 ' A A 1 Q ' W? Q, . I 'v,'- 2 Q, f'l:j:' "." . r. X ' " Q' A A , his , A Q9 eff , 2 se 4 lx - ,. A V Nh V 1? 31 . si 1" -... A t . A A .5 Q , is za 1. " A 'Af' -l h 3' "' . A ' -iff 'r' ef We . S Q V ..., , PM A .g f ' ,4y t I ,,l,l, A .- -li r ef: '. A V t Y X 2 A ' Q i k , :i Ixdxx , - on ' 5 Q., ' ' , 2 'FSR - mix -1 ' I .f I is ,A+ 1 A 5 swf: K, ' - -1" - - ' ' I . B N . A ix , , A ,T -.,. l qs' A x V . x N. 'tif . M Page 72 Row 1 lay Adams Tom Adams Iudy Allen Susan Allen Sharon Allison Gene Altekruse Ianet Altekruse Row 5 Kirsten Anderson Sherry Anderson William Armstrong lack Arney Carroll Arnold lim Ausderari Mike Axon Row 3 Steve Bacle lean Bahde Flay Baker Mike Barger Barbara Barker Iames Barnard Karen Baron Row 4 lohn Barrett Inne Barrett Barbara Barva Sharon Battershell Carole Beamer Indy Beberstein Beverly Beck Row 5 Carol Bell Larry Biddlecorne Ross Bissell Mike Blombach Ted Borders Bob Barton Torn Bosserman Row 6 Bose Bowers Sherrill Bowman Bob Bozer Debby Brandt Dianne Brandt Esther Breese Ierry Briggs Row 1 loyce Brmkroeger Darold Brown Gloria Brown Ianice Brown Warren Brown Gary Brubaker Carole Buckmaster Row 2 Warren Bullard Pat Bullerman Becky Bundy Charles Burd Cheryl Burnett Sandra Burnham Patty Burns Row 3 Connie Butler David Caldwell Carol Cameron Barbara Carey Ron Carpenter Carol Chandler Torn Chell Row 4 Chuck Clauss lerry Clements Maryann Click Byron Cole Iane Coleman Norman Collar Gale Collins Row 5 Larry Colvin Iudy Comer lanet Conrad Marilyn Cook Roberta Cook Iohn Cooper Sue Cowgill Row G Bonny Crooks Linda Crull Sharon Cummings Mike Daftorn loyce Dager Sharon Dannenberg Keith Davis Row 7 Eva Dayton Marcella DeMoulin Marie Derrow Fay Dey Bill Didier Fredonna Diller ludy Doehrman Row 8 Arlene Dollarhite Larry Dominy Ieanne Doughty Curt Drew George Earl bherry Ehlert Nancy Emmons Row 9 Elson Erler Ierry Eulitt Larry Pair Chester Faulkner Sharon Faulkner loel Fawcett Steve Fawley ,,, 3 g. 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I i i i ' 1 Page 74 Row 1 Ianice Feagler Susann Felger Ierry Feristerrnaker Bob Fidler Annie Filleul Shirley Fischer Marlene Fisher Row 2 Sharon Flynn Edward Ford lim Fowler Larry Gardner lim Garrard Susan Gaskill Ron Gehring Row 3 lane Glock George Goeglein Larry Gollmer Phyllis Gordon Walter Gratz Sandra Griner Thomas Gross Row 4 Gloria Grove Marsha Haines Dick Hall Mike Haller Ron Hammond Richard Harry Mike Harter Row 5 Rosemarie Hartstein lla Rae Hartzog Sharon Hartzog Susan Harwood Gloria Hatfield Sharon Hattery Becky Haught Row 6 Iohnel Haverstock Linda Hazlewoad Kathryn Heath Charles Hecht Freida Heck Linda Hel-felfinger Barbara Hendeles Row 7 Judy Henry Iudy Hettinger lerry Hey Maurice Hippenhamrner Ierry Hoffman Bill Hopkins Steve Horton Row 8 Paulann Hosler Shirley Hubbard Lloyd Huber lack Hughes Nancy Humbarger Mary Huth Bob Hyndman Row 9 Sylvia lmhody Carol lsenbarger Bob Jackson Iuliann Iackson Dave James Russell Iames Eileen Johns Row 1 ludy Iohnson Peggy lohnson lohn Iohnston Sue lone-s Shirley lump ludy Keirnes Sharon Keller How 2 Bernard Kelley Harold Kellogg Sharon Kellogg Rosile Kesler ludy Kiel Cathy Kilpatrick Frank King Row 3 Karen Knispel Kinnaird Kniss lanice Korn Pat Krall lackie Kreider Kathleen Kreigh Karen Kring Row 4 lean Lambert Leslie Larison Dick Leazier Virginia Lee lerry Leeth Roger Lehman Natalie Lenz Row 5 Norman Lindemuth Sandy Liniger Yvonne Lodge Susan Lotz Richard Loucks lanet Loudermilk Kenneth Lowe Row 6 Bill Maloley Mary Malone Barbara Marsh Dick Marshall Nancy Martin Larry May lanet McArthur Row 7 Kenny McBride Dick McCart April McCreary ludy McCully Lois McDaniels Kirby McKissick Charles McMaken Row 8 Sue McNelley Ianice Mennewisch Ron Mercer Ianielle Merrill Harry Meyer Bert Miller Doris Miller Row 9 Mary Miller Terry Mix Carl Moehle Gary Moore Barbee Moriarty Chuck Morrell Sandra Mueller K... 4. .Yi "1 CJR? tvlhlk xf li .1' ,Q .xx xf -1, Q AAAX 5 Q XM Q 's . V C V ' . I J 1 gr 2 V -V ,s ' 1- gn A . . Q I Nl' 'F' 1 T 'v V v v 1 -J l XJ' mx A"'d L' Q, Wg, 'v- -T C" ' c qs" Xb' 5, .I - 4, A r nze- , NC Y '7 G ' L ', C V f, X' Rx x A L 4 A A., "P 'rr , .I ' w I, ' .A -- ,K ' D ' .V ' 1 , Y X-I L- 'H-'1-. 5 ft ,ww N Q. -1 5 W - V y Q Dis 4 , 9' -F w 1. i 's"'f -, 1 H- j' V l t A 1 l c y' A I at ,uf A ' 194' '-' 1' l '-il - L --Q " x T7 C I Ki Q "y L - X 'GLY A 3 4 1- ' , it K , Q 35:9 1 K I al g I' ii - A -e L X 1 - s - 1' . .ew gl K ff I I 1' WRX' Y I 'I lf A 'I-gr.-X. Page 75 -m..-,,g,. lt was back to school early for grid hopefuls. Football practice began in mid-August and de- manded many daylight hours of rough work- outs. AROUND THE DOME After a summer of silence, the halls of Domeland began to echo with friendly greetings, the click of type- Writers, yells of the grid coach, music from ll9 or l2O, and the bang of locker doors. Qnce again the lives of North Siders had to be molded into the school day routine. A record high number of students was enrolled in North Side in Septem- ber. lncluded in the population were 597 freshmen, 551 sophomores, 437 juniors, and a senior class of 333. An economy-size faculty of 31 completed the Redslcin roll call. A perplexed "Where is my name?" is often heard on the first day of school from many of the new frosh who are directed to look for their home room numbers on posted lists. ,rs 1, Q Page 4 5 ' .. ' , as f ' 'X P 'af lil' ft ' ' R' ,, "Q 7' '55 -1 C7 A 2 , J be b N. D 1 my i , " ' li S. X 4 , N, it ,' - f x , - 1.9 'gif nf- - ,.t.. ,,,., .K el V P if l 1 'Q' X57 if lf-Yi ' N Q ,K ' D A . jg g 5 , , lm iwt 5 ff' Q , f 'L' 5' sri P irifdf , Q is I 1 - , if M , V I - 'rs V 1: I It Sf lax ' 4' 7 'R f: A 'X "', ,. 2,5 , .A I R :R JT 'Q of 9 - ' X X ' we gg -.1 ' 'f f i I " R it , - 1 t h i? KK 'rf 1: -. ig fl, A A'A' i 5 U , V, "A " -. Z Y 5 . H AV N .i IW, W? 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'Rock and P-toll is Here- To Stay' . . , so say hm Black- Eium and Carol Eucl-:muster who are "At The Hop" tn the -milf-?fP?T1CI. Loot-: at those poker faces! Mike Poormcm, Dale Zum- Epctuqh, tuck Arney, and Curt WECIVEI must he Con- cluftmq scme- pretty serious deals. Oh! The urge to I-1111! Karen Kcxrqer cmd Marlo Grove help Pot Krciwl mto the death chamber. J if: Kit SOPHOMCDRES Sorih ol'ti:ers ao over some ot the plans tor their class party, "Sweet Sixteen", They are: seated, Kay Begedanz, Social Chair- rnan, and Carolyn Kelsey, Co-Vice Presi- dent. Standing are Secretary-Treasurer Tom Hayhurst, President lohn Bentz, and co- Vice President Paul Wehrenberq, Q 4 ,nh -W I .L "L 1' :E . 1 v - ey 4 6 W 549 AQ 'Q ' -:rr I 1 1,9 'A . if 4 . -A v x rg ' A fiw , WJ 4 I il . Q A --r , , 'Q v - , il" ' C I H 1- Ji 'K ' ,, - ' gg f ' '-. , - V N , I y ' , Y -Q", A t alfa Y' if VV A - A x I' I ' to it -ii f ,i.,,,1.f. A X ,N , ,fi gg A '22 "" ' " ' " . ' 5? 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'I ilk 2' Qt 't Page 80 Row 1 Bernard Adams Sharon Adams Darlene Anderson Patricia Anderson Mary Ann Andreas Iarnes Andrews Linda Armstrong Row 2 Bolitert Armstrong Bob Ayers Bruce Bade Biki Bahr Car-Ll lean Baker Barbara Barnes Pgrtnela Barnum Dave Bash Terry Bashelier Frank Bauqhrnan Bill Bay lanet Beckman Ellen Bedsworth Terry Beedle Row 4 Darlene Belden Th-:mas Bell lchn Bentz Beva Berlin Iahn Bobrlya Barbara Kirlzpatricl-t Pete Bolralf Row 5 Pat Boner Iornes Bonitas Phyllis Born Barbara Borton David Bower lean Bowman Karen Brabender Row 6 Ida Braden Barbara Ann Braun Pat Braun Tom Braun ,lane Brederrieyer Carl Brown Delores Brown Row 1 ludy Brown Torn Brubaker Patty Brucl: Patty Brumbauqh Greg Buckhardt Torn Buckrnaster Gary Buelow Row 2 Steve Bueschinq Mike Bullerman Elizabeth Busian Gene Camplin Daniel Carpenter Sondra Carter Bill Cates Row 3 Rex Cecil lol-Xnn Chrazen Mary Ann Clauss lanice Coe Sue Collins Donna Comer Torn Cook Row 4 Ruth Coolrnan Tony Coiterrnan Pam Couqhlin Faye Cox Roger Cross Rita Crum Bill Cunningham Row 5 Tania Dauplaise Carol Lee Davidson Pat Deahl Kenneth Dean Donna Dehnert Rhonda Deitschel lucly Derneerleer Row 6 Clark Derbyshire Harold Dimke Sarah Dixon Bill Doctor Ron Dorman Tom Dougherty Vernon Dove Row 7 Rebecca Dreqer Mary Ann Ducat Torn Duxbury Iim Ellenwood Sally Elliott lack Epstein Dianne Erhardt Row 8 Donna Ervin Steve Ervin Paul Erwin Barbara Fairfield Marilyn Fairfield Bill Faith Ruth Fall Row 9 lerry Federspeil Lucille Feichter Marsha Felber Elaine Ferrell Charles Feustel lackie Eidler Christine Fischer ' 'T' N f: t Qu ' t ik. ,. 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M Page 82 Row 1 Kathy Fisher Pat Fleenor Iulianna Fleischer Steve Fortrneyer lerry Fox Bill Preimuth Debby Froebe Row 2 Tana Gabriele Robert Gahman Roger Gamble Candy Gardner Mary Gaskill Martha Gaut lack Gaylord Row 3 Verne-ll Gehron Ianet Geller Sharon Getz Connie Gibson Beverly Gick Colette Gilliam Larry Gilpin Row 4 ludy Glock Iudy Goede Duane Gordon ludy Gordon Dick Graei Marcia Grant Marvel Gray Row 5 Susan Greqq Ftoqer Gririith Ierry Grosenbacher Ronald Grunwald Susan Guillaume Roberta Guinqrich Tony Hafner Row 6 Donna Haqadorn lack Hallenbeck Betty Halter Al Haprier Charlotte Harmeyer Ierry Harper Doug Hart Row 7 Steve Harter Ron Hartman Sandra Hartzell Mike Harvey Chuck Hawk Tom Hayhurst Mary Heqerfield Row 8 Cindy Heikowsky Steve Heller Paul Hellwig lirri Hendricks Sara Henry Steve Herman Bonnie Io Herndon Row 9 Karen Herrick Marilyn Hicks Susan High Linda Hill Barbara Hines Deanna Hinshaw Iuliet Hippensteele Row 1 Grley l-lolzworth David l-'loneick Carol Horn Bill Hostetter Charles Hostman Lois Hauser Terry l-luseth How 2 Tom lngmire Ella lveson Sandra Iacquay David lennings Doug lohnson ludith Iones Ross Iones Row 3 Robert Kabisch Kaye Kagey Ronald Kain Roxann Kain Larry Kalb Sieve Kearnes Karen Keller Row 4 Carolyn Kelsey Ron Kemerley Terry Kienzle Iill Kinley Dennis Kiracofe Sue Kitzmiller Dave Klages Row 5 Larry Knight Tom Knupp Warren Kocher Larry Kramer Ted Kruger Robert Kruse Carol Lalrlurreau Row G Mike Lake Shiela Lake Cara Mae Lamb Phyllis Lambert Iackie Lamprecht lim Lang Eileen Langan Row 7 Mildred Lasley Ron Latham Sondra Laughlin Linda Leamon David Lechleitner Dick Leininger Chuck Leonard How 8 Richard Lewis Tom Lindenberg Tom Lochner '11 N ff' X 5. ey E' 7 Y. ziiiyif ' ' Q X. 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' X, he l so 5-it 1 ttttt etn it ll Page 84 Row 1 lane Martin Howard Mason Sharon Mathews Sue Maxwell Sharon McAlhaney Rozema McCann Russell McCann Row 2 Roberta McClure lim McCo11ister loe McComb Robert McCoy Douq McCracken George McCulloch Robert McGregor Row 3 Sarah McDonough Indy McGuire Harriet Meek Linda Meinzen Carolyn Melton lackie Mertens Rosellen Messerschmidt Row 4 Michael Mettert lohn Metts Eve Meyer larnes Meyer Robert Meyer Stanley Meyer Bonnie Meyers Row 5 Donna Meyers Keri Meyers Martha Miller Clayton Moore Larry Moses l.aMoine Motz Mike Musto Row 6 Brian Myers Iudy Neuls Albert Nichols Steve Norstrom Ierry Nuerqe lim O'Brien Ronald O'Brien Row 7 Ronald O'Dell Mike Ormiston Ned Osborn Kathy Owings Kenneth Papai Bill Parish Ronald Parisot Row 8 Gwen Parker Nina Parker Sharon Patterson Gerry Peckham Sally Pickering Mike Pitchford Vickey Pofienbarqer Row 9 Pete Poorman Tom Popp LaVon Porter Ioan Prada Barbara Price Rose Prine loyce Quinn Row 1 Kathy Quinn Larry Radke Dan Randall Carol Rana Keith Ranly Sandra Read Pat Reddin Row Z Forest Redding Iudy Reed Kay Reqedanz Lynda Reilinrg Peqqy Reilinq Mary Helen Reiter Ioan Rhodes Row 3 Iudy Rice Dave Richards Iames Richhart Linda Riley Richard Rinker Steve Rinne Diane Robinson Row 4 Vernon Robinson Dave Rodocker lanice Roqqy Suzanna Roman Eugene Roop Margo Roth Francis Rouns Row 5 Stanley Rowe Linda Ruch Frank Rucoi Kay Russell Patricia Rutledqe Barbara Rydell Linda Sacca Row 6 Diana Salisbury Barbara Sampson Ion Savieo lim Saxton Linda Schamerloh Diane Scheele Chuck Schieferstein Row 7 Larry Schlotterback Sherry Schlup Harold Schneider Robert Schoepke Mario Schreiber Pat Schrey Ronnie Schwartz How 8 Doyle Schweiqel Iohn Scott Carole Seibert Marla Seslar Carol Schafiner Barbara Sharp Dan Sheehan Row 9 Bill Sheets Ianet Shown Nancy Shriver Iohn Sievers Michael Smead Crilla Smith Delores Smith N ', W JV If ,7 Ax 4 VA 5 vw- f ' - L ix Q, ,Av R . 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Diane Behrens and Susan Baker laughingly recall their sinii- All SQWOFS will TQSTUY to W9 GXUU- ier experiences fem Years ago- ordinary beauty of the sunrise, especi- ally when it's the day of the short story deadline in English 7. Dixie Durr looks as though she has already put in a long night. I or l 'lj -1 7' r ,P -J, ' X fl- .e nf-t-...P K U.. D E 5- A , 1 xfn ' 3? an X VV Q31 al , I fr 5, ld X f , PI A I 1 X r f X -' X The first assembly of the year was - .- ' - sponsored by the Northerner in an effort to prove that everyone reads the school publication. Here Ron Easley is fiercely expressing his wish for the Northerner held by Dixie Durr, as Sue Lehman, Deanna Hockerneyer, and Dianne Lapp watch intently. mn., , . ,,,..pmo-M f do X' ' 5 l il if 1 V " 2 . , Q, ' A f f --.- 'N .Q Page 5 Q is sp rti so - fo L W I , h L03 we - ,l':', :Ti :wil my- 556 . 1 ' 1 Q ' , I . 'Q " ,A ,sn-r T ' ' ,As-xy 9 Q',s if f' If fe-ff' , .Q , r. -:1 ' ,s. 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X r A . , ..,, V T t 1 so wg e i f- ,T 0 I - L1 , , on y , Page 86 Row 1 Iudy Smith Clark Smith Wiladean Smith Anne Sosenheimer Larry Soucie Diane Southern Richard Spake Row 2 Ray Spanqle Tom Spice Phil Spies Carl Stabler Nancy Starkel lim Steward Ierry Stodclen Row 3 Hilke Stoeckelmann lim Stoltz Max Straub Roy Strohl Bob Strong Beverly Tempel David Ternpel Row 4 lim Thatcher Paul Thiel Norma Thomas Roger Tomkinson Peqqy Tomlinson Larry Thompson Tom Tobias Row 5 Ierry Travers Karen Treesh lim Trowbridge Gloria Uetrecht Albert Unqerer Gerald Valentine lanet Vandervort Row S Sam Van Every Lana Van Meter Bob Vannatta Ioyce Vinson Richard Voqht Carol Wade Sally Wagner Row 7 Larry Walburn Adrienne Wall Bill Wallace Mark Wallinq lim Wann Ioyce Watson Iudy Warren Row 8 Carl Weaver Sandy Webster Karen Weeks Larry Wehrle Darlene West Dennis Whonsettler lim Wight Row 9 Maxine Williams Don Williams Dianne Wills David Winters Sue Wissinqer Ruth Woods Stanley Woods Row 1 Karen Vlfoodward loe Worl-:ina hm 'Worley fanice Vforline Becky 'Nriqht Barbara York Boliiert 'Zern Row 2 Carl Zimmerman lohn Zion lohn Alobon Phil Adams Diane Angel Robert Arnold Karen Ballou Row 3 Phil Banter Les Barnard Patricia Barnes Dawn Bates Steve Bates ludy Bauer Madelyn Belferstein Row 4 Mike Belfry lohn Bertels Anna Bleakney Susan Brase Roberta Bradley Larry Bramblett lane Bredemeyer Row 5 Larry Byers Dale Castator Brll Daniels Ralph Davis lon Didter Susan Douglass Barry Dunlap Row 6 Carol Ehrsam Eugene Elliot lohn Esser Marcia Fosniqht Debby Froebe Dick Gatton Richard Georqi Row 7 Indy Glock la-:lc Gordy Daisy Gore loe Gossett Carl' Gray Skip Greenwalt Seane Habeqaer Row 8 Llnda Hardiek Raymond Hartley lla Mae Hartzoq Torn Hawk Susan Haynes lim Hendricks Bonnie lo Herndon Row 9 Kenneth Hershberqer Susan Hiqh Deanna Hinshaw Sharon Hoeppner Bobbi Home lim Howard Diana Hungerford . 4, it ,, ,M " " , Y . 1 " 'l ' . 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'Q n r, mg, S s S A 'Q wi,i 4 wiy V ., ig hh 4' 5 Exif? :Ali 1331 Page 88 Row 1 Marilyn lesse Marla Kern lohn Kepler Carolyn Kiefer Io Ann Kina Kay Kinsey Iohn Knight Row Z Allen Kurtz Carol Lauer Susan Lauterberq Ion Lebsack Esther Ann Lodge Elaine Lonqardner Bill Marquis Row 3 Russell McCann Sharon McCollister Mike McVey Sherry Moore Donald Murphy Nancy Motz Steve Newhard Row 4 Dave Nichols Robert Parker Karl Pfister Mil-ze Pierce Ioan Prada Karen Racine lohn Rader Row 5 Sandra Read Marilyn Reimurid Beverly Rentschler Robin Roberts Larry Schubert Diane Simmerman Richard Smith Row 6 Bill Snyder Ann Stellner Thomas Stoeckley Sonia Stuckney Terry Van Camp Paul Wehrenberq Lorene Wills Row 7 Bruce Worster Don Witt Larry Yant Kathy Zink .. ' W Top: Karen Vfoodwmd, Cowl Rong, Ccxalyn Kflbzy, Nangy Huff, Sally Picl-zfmnq, Karen Hetrxck, cmd Sus-,nn BIGSU :gather 'round Ivfz. Lemke Gt the Sogih party. Lower right: EZTFEIIY Meme and Tom Shrcyer smell dawn the flocr. Lower left: Muay men 31.1 Q11nn.nqhc1zu, Eel, Vanuatu, Tcm Hcmyhmst, and Drk Gr-Jef tune my IU 119. , ,n-',.., ' U A fiflibn Page 89 FRESHMEN Lett to right, the class oi '61 elected lack Davison as President, Tom Barker as Vice President, Kay Tustison as Secre- tary-Treasurer, and Karyn Bobay as Social Chairman. . ' 0 'Sf 'Q ri" r i Q if r 4 sp. 'Es r we y. ' ef 1, Q Sita i , ,t it i A Q . tr ,- . lima is A A A . - J' Pr K -.II YA' 4 'lf " 1 rl- .... gy rg, 799 VI f A s :ri ,A 1-A X H i f 4:4 - if 255.4 4 'M ', -:x 'fy Q. fx X ' Lf 1' i on , ' ,fi i, A AE tr' V l . HB . .-1' NJN ,gif Ar' in 19- I sv-'vw rc 1 Nik-L." : Nfx - Q ' ' utility -HX T' 'V' t fi '. satin it ltr B l Q ,ta i tx S Qu.: lx t ,,:..l:s - V. Q, I 4 V ' ' -rv-A., t , , ' g s. ' Q51 it t ' QA? Z in , all "Sir "" t ':::'t -"' i 4 " ,-'- I -QW 'l cv .r , ' 1 .. ,X rl 1. K dr. M "5 ' K . ,, .. 1 Q ::'-. ,, A 'gn . 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