Northwestern High School - Panorama Yearbook (Kokomo, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1952 volume:
Highway 35 - Kokomo
WALLPAPER 8x PAINT STORE
Corner of North 8: Webster
Phone 4829 Kokomo, Ind.
METZ PHILLIP 66 SERVICE
LEE TIRES SL BATTERIES
CAMPBELL at FARMER
AUTO PARTS 3
2449 N. Washington Street
WOLF'S SUNOCO SERVICE
1117 East Markland
Kokomo, Ind. Phone 9802
,SINGER SEWING CENTER
122 West Walnut
MAIN MEAT MARKET and
Custom Butchering Sz Curing
Phone 4010 Kokomo, Ind.
112-14 East Sycamore Street
"Home of the Old Fashioned
I, John Young, being of sound mind, and
mall body, will to Jack Salsbery my smart-
n ss and bravery structure.
FLORA 8: BISHOP
Loans and Insurance
DON HUDSON GROCERY
GreentoWn's Home Owned
Grocery and Meat Market
Open Every Night
Phone 50 Greentown
BRIGHT NATIONAL BANK
W. W. DRAGO
302 First Federal Bldg.
Phone 25122 Kokomo, Indiana
HILL'S SNAPPY SERVICE
214 North Buckeye
KOKOMO SALES CO., INC.
"Wiggs and Smith"
Plumbing and Heating
118 South Union Kokomo, Ind
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THE NICHE CARTER'S GROCERY
923 South lVIain Free Parking -AND-
Sportswear - Wo1'lz Clothing LOCKER
OPEN Sat'-11'd3YS to 9 P- YU- NEW LONDON, INDIANA
WADDELL BROS. GROCERY COMPLIMENTS
1. G. A. OF
"Fine Foods for Fine Folks"
RUSSIAVILLE STOCK YARDS
EBY'S SHOE STORE
208 North Main
WM. H. COON MAST and ZEHRING
"Flowers For All Occasions"
1021 East Sycamore Phone 6146 Burlington, Indiana
Kokomo, Indiana PHONE 2
I. Patty Kessler, round in body and head,
will to Sandra Indle my everlasting affection
for Jack Behny, band may We always be as
Good friends as we have in the past two years. 66 , - , , , 97
'To my sister, Mary Kessler, I will my age so Evelythlng fol Cal and Home
that she hay have her choice to driving three Russiaviue Phone
different care before she'5 a junior.
DR. LLOYD CARTER OF
W DENTISTA DR. C. N. WILSON
Bringhurst, Indiana .
Flora and Cutler Phone Flora, Indiana
Furniture, Rugs, Carpet :Sz Linoleum
D. E. CRIPE and COMPANY
922 South Main Street
Farm Bureau Insurance
Charles E. Evans, General Agent
211 East Morgan
Young America, Indiana
D-X SERVICE STATION
TIRES af ACCESSORIES
Young America, Indiana
Forest Lodge Trailer Park OF
One Mile North of Kokomo Indiana The Mildred Downhoulishop
Joseph C Formanek PEOP Foundations and Lingerie
1QhOne 9835 ' ' 21313 North Main Street
UNION SUPPLY COMPLIMENTS
Janitor Sz Sanitary Supplies OF
121 South Union Street
Kokomo' Indiana Dr. E. H. Showalter
Phone 2-7523 507 North Main Street
Rayis Body and Fender Shop
KOKOMO KANDY KOMPANY
504 North Washington Street
1036 South Union Street
Complete Wrecks Rebuilt
Factory Baked Paint Jobs
LIFE FIRE HAIL
214 Union Bank Building Kokomo, Indiana
Special Rates To Farmers
Page N inety-nine
RENT A NEW CAR or TRUCK VVELL DRILLING
It s Easy as A B C AND
All you need IS your Duvel s SUPPLIES
Electl 1C Wate1 Systems
All GAS and OIL Fulmshed
CALL 2 4308
U DRIVE IT I B ORTIVIIIN 8: SIINS
SERVICE R R NO 1
210 North Washington Street
PHONE 2 3427
Heavy Duty Wrecker
PHONE 7880 KOKOMO
HI - WAY SERVICE
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12 - 18 - 25 cu. ft.
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Page One Hu d ed
All Kinds of
BUILDING MATERIAL - TILE - CEMENT - POSTS
COAL - BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Burlington and Seclalia
HELPING YOU BECOME A SUCCESS . . .
Did you ever stop to think about the importance of electric power
in connection with your own future success? It's a fact...
there's hardly a career imaginable these days that doesn't re-
quire dependable electric power. Y0u'll find, in the work you
choose, that the electric power you need to help you climb the
ladder of success is ready and waiting for you to press a button
or turn a switch. In fact, this company is now engaged in the
biggest expansion program in it's history, to make sure YOU
will have all the dependable, low-cost electricity you need to get
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC.
Good, Low-Cost Electric Service to More than 700 Communities in 70 Counties
Page One Hundred-one
C. H. NEWMAN
113 North Union
MANN CHEVROLET, INC.
FARM BUREAU CO-OP.
211 East Morgan Street
SYCAMORE - HEMLOCK
LORENZ MUSIC STORE
Instruments, Sheet Music 85 Accessories
119 S, Main Kokomo, Indiana
FURNITURE - RUGS
Carpets and Linoleum
D. E. CRIPE 8: CO.
M. P. BREWSTER
General Insurance Agency
All Forms of Liability Ins.
I, Nancy Miller, will to Carolyn Freeland,
my shorthand book, and my front seat in gov-
I, Jack Smith, being of sound mind, will my
ability to get along with Mr. Hoban on the
basketball team, to Jay Graber.
L. M. CHITTICK 8z SON
JOHN DEERE QUALITY FARM
901 West Jefferson
DINNERS - LUNCHES - PARTIES
BURLINGTON STATE BANK
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
810,000 Maximum Insurance
For Each Depositor
LEWIS 8: SON HARDWARE CO.
Phone 27 Russiaville
Page One Hundred-two
Keep in step with
THE LA MODE SHOP
SWEET BOOK STORE
Greeting Card Store
Corner of Kennedy and Morgan
HUTTO DRUG STORE
Off Street Parking
Union and Markland
Phone 23952 Kokomo, Indiana
KOKOMO SALES CO., INC.
"Wiggs and Smith"
PLUMBING Sz HEATING
118 So. Union Kokomo, Indiana
VITO PALUMBO GROCERY
THE WEED PATCH
Famous Spanish Hot Dogs and
GOOD COFFEE AND PIE
HANDY I-IARDWAR ESTORE
425 W. North Street
Charles H. lVIcCarter, Prop.
400 E. Markland Avenue Harry and Nada KOROITIO, 11161.
WASHINGTON MOTOR SALES MQHR
107 S. Washington St. COW
Ralph Walker, Proprietor
GLENN E. KESSLER 8z SON
I Mile North on 31
Kokomo Phone 3611
PAVING Q EXCAVATING
NEW GROUND CLEARING
FEEDING LOTS PAVED
1420 S. Union Street
Page One Hundred-three
Registered Brown Swiss
Average butterfat of breed 42 fr' R. No cow returns a profit
for two lactations, therefore longivity is necessary and a leadiing
Swiss factor. Mature Swiss cows average 1500 lbs. in weight.
Calves average 90 lbs. Swiss are gentle and have excellent beef
qualities. We occasionally have breeding stock for sale.
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME
Fred E. Way Paul Hashbarger
Rural Route 1 - Kokomo, Indiana - Box 123
11111 miles West of Kokomo on Sycamore Road
MARQUIS and TROBAUGI-I
PACKARD SALES, INC.
316 East Sycamore Street
Page One Hundred-four
A Practical Education
You Will Use as Long as You Live
Nothing Excells a
For Good Results-
Mineral and Protein
J. R. DOWNHOUR
1804 South Union Street
MILLER :Sr VARNAU
SHELL SERVICE STATION
Corner of State Roads 22 8a 29
D-X SERVICE STATION
RINEHART MOTOR SALES
Dodge 8: Plymouth
GREENTOWN AUTO CO.
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
GLENN BAKER 8: SON
Poultry and Eggs
314 South Union
Phone 6575 Kokomo
Farm Bureau Gas Sz Oils
Residence Phone 21177-Business Phone 4166
I, Joan Montgomery, while still in sound
mind and weak body, will to Paula Bailey my
nickname of "Toothpick" and also my ability
to get an engagement ring instead of a boy's
class ring. And to the faculty, I leave all my
books, so they can do some more learning!
I, Meriam Johnson, being of sound mind and
small body, will to Wilma Jo Gerhart the abil-
ity to go steady. Also, all of my books, as they
are still in good condition.
I, Everett Rude, being of sound mind and
weak body, will to Conrad Etherington my
wavy hair and my government book, also my
job in the cafeteria to Jay Graber.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
Bus. Ph. 2131 Res. Ph. 3131
Operating Loans For Farmers
208 West Mulberry
I, Max Schroeter, with a sound body and
mind, will to Ted Eads my ability to stay out
of school for five Weeks, also getting through
my senior year without buying a government
I, Jack Krise, of sound mind C?J and weak
body- will my front seat in government class to
Charles E. Elleman, also my ability to get
good grades in trigonometry.
Page One Hundred-five
Merrill D. Hoban
Coach, Physical Ed.
Elsie B. Miller
Carl R. Leiter
Grades 6, 7, 8
Dora H. Mishler
Tractors Combines Implements
KOKOMO IMPLEMENT COMPANY
115 West JSHIQISOD Stleet Phone 8208
FIRST IN SAVINGS
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS
Sales and Service
P 1 O e Hundred-six
We, the Senior Class of N. H. S., wish to thank our many
patrons for their contributions.
Dr. H. E. Moss
512 Armstrong-Landon Building
Kelly Standard Station
Corner Home Sc Markland Avenue
Fred H. Wheeler
Phone 333-Flora, Indiana
Wellls Lock 8: Repair Service
120 West Superior Street
Coonrod Motor Sales
202 E. Markland Street
Dr. R. J. Underwood
306 Armstrong-Landon Building
Victory Cycle Shop
10-1 South Union-Kokomo
12112 West Mulberry
Russiaville State Bank
Greentown Dry Cleaners
Hollingsworth Saw Mill
Leiter Funeral Home
Esserman's Service Station
819 south Main
The Jane Lee Shop
114 North Main
Dr. Fred Morrison
504 Union Bank Building
213 South Main
Sears, Roebuck Sz Co.
120 East Walnut
Dr. K. D. Dutton
202 F11-St redei-ai Building
Dr. R. S. Michener
216 Union Bank Building
Donald J. Bolinger
610 Union Bank Building
Borden Ice Cream
306 West Superior
Page One Hundred-seven
Monuments - Markers
Quality - Lost Cost -- Large Display
Bunker Hill, Indiana
Your Nearest Food Store
Open All the Time
1300 North Phillip
R- R- 1 Kokomo, Indiana
STANDARD SNEPP AND FAGER
PACKING COMPANY SPORTING GOODS
F 01' GOODS
Quality Meats 0
Kokomo Indiana Kokomo, Indiana
If we have made any omissions in copy, lost any pictures, or
failed to get in the advertising just as prescribed, we're sorry.
Possibly there are mistakes and errors that we have overlooked,
and we apologize for these shortcomings. As Abe Martin once
said, "To err is human, to forget it "ain't!" We, the Class of
1952, sincerely hope that you have enjoyed this, our yearbook,
and that if we have failed to include anything of value and inter-
est-we're truly sorry.
To the classes that follow, we wish the very best of Good
Luck, smooth sailing, and success! Bye, now!
I, Bonita Yater, of strong body and unsound
mind, will to Marjorie Smith my seat on the
front row of the cheering block in her senior
year, also my singing ability to be used when-
I Richard J. Kinney, of sound body and mind,
hereby will to David Smith my ability to get
along with my teachers, and to Blaine Graves,
Gary Lybrook's athletic ability he willed me
I, Mary Jane Lantz, of weak mind and
strong body, do hereby leave my last will and
testament to Clara Bontrager, I leave her my
seat on the bus so she will not have to sit on
Leotus Powell's lap. I also leave her my school
books, and hope she can use them better than
Page One Hundred-eight
THE ADAMS STUDIO
THE MID-CENTRAL ENGRAVING COMPANY
THE SWAYZEE PRESS
COVER AND BINDING-
THE HECKMAN BINDERY
North Manchester, Indiana
P g O H d d
Page One Hundred-ten
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History of the Sophisticated Seniors
On August 31, 1948, a group of bewildered freshmen board-
ed their school buses to begin their first year of high school at
the new consolidation, composed of Clay, Ervin, and Howard.
After a few weeks of getting organized we finally got around to
electing class officers, class colors, flower, and motto. The fresh-
man class was the largest class at Northwestern. We had forty
Beginning the sophomore year at Northwestern, we gained
two more members, making our class roll forty-two. We elected
our class officers for fcontinued on page 155
Entered from Kokomo
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
Choir 1 Choir Basketball Panorama
Class Play 3 Cheering Block 2, 3, Track Cheering Block 2 3
Panorama Assisant Librarian Baseball
Cheering Block 2 cheering Block
ROBERT BEELER ROBERT CARSON DONALD COY JUDITH DAMON
Sunshine 1, 2, 3,
Cheering Block 2, 3
State Choral Festival
Intramurals 4 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4
Panorama 4 Choir
Cheering Block 2, 3,
RICHARD ELLER REBECCA FRIER
Entered Kokomo 2
Hi-Y 3, 4
Hi-Y Treasurer 4
Class Play 4
Tiger's Roar 3
Panorama Editor 4
Cheering Block 3
Class Vice-President 2
Sunshine l, 2, 3, 4
Sunshine Vice-Pres. 3
Choir 2, 3,
Cheering Block 2, 3,
RONALD HARTMANN MERIAM JOHNSON
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Sunshine 1, 2, 3,
Boy's Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Choir
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheering Block 2, 3,
Basketball 1, 2 Asst. Librarian
Track 1, 2, 3 Panorama
Cheering Block 2
State Choral Festival 2,3
Student Council 1
Basketball Stat. 3, 4
SHIRLEY A. JOHNSON
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4
Boy's Chorus 2,
Cheering Block 2,
State Choral Festival
Ticket Manager 4 Assft Librarian Sunshine 1, 2, 3
Panorama Staff 4 Sunshine 1, 2, 3, Cheering Block 1, 2, 3
Cheering Block 2, 3 Girls' Chorus Ass't Librarian 3
Cheering Block 2, 3,
RICHARD KINNEY MARY JANE LANTZ NAOMI LAWSON
PHYLLIS MORGAN NANCY MILLER EVERETT RUDE JOAN RUTHERFORD
Class President Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4 H1-Y 1, 2, 3, Montgomery,
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, Girl's Chorus 1 Class Play Sunshine 1, 2, 3,
Sunshine Recording Choir 1 Tiger's Roar Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3
Secretary Cheering Block 4 Cheering Block Choir 1, 2, 3
Girls' 'Chorus Panorama 4 Student Manager Band
Class Play Panorama Cheering Block 2
Tiger's Roar Asslt Librarian
Cheering Block 2,
Entered-Kokomo 3 Kokomo 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1
Hi-Y 3, 4 Boy's Chorus 1, 2, 4 Track 1, 2, 4 Track 1
Choir 4 Band 1, 2, 4 Panorama 4 Panorama 4
Boy's Choir 4 Panorama 4 Intramural 4
Band 3, 4 Basketball 1
Band Council Member 4 Track 1
Panorama 4 Baseball 1, 2
Cheering Block 3, 4 Cheering Block 2, 4
Hi-Y 1, 2, 4
State Choral Festival 3,4
DAVE SHEARER MAX SHROETER JACK SMITH WESLEY SMITH
Sunshine 3, 4
Girls' Chorus 3, 4
Choir 3, 4
Cheering Block 3, 4
Ass't Librarian 4
Class Reporter 4
Office Ass't 4
State Choral Festival 3
DARLENE WIDNER RUTH E. VVILSON
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4 Sunshine 1, 2, 3
Girl's Chorus 1 Sunshine Rep,
Panorama 4 Girl's Chorus 1, 2, 3
Cheering Block 2, 3, 4 Choir 2, 3
Class Play 3
Cheering Block 2, 3
State Choral Festival
CAROL ANN WRIGHT
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4
Girl's Chorus 1
Choir 1, 3
Band 1, 2, 3
Class Play 3, 4
Tiger's Roar 3
Cheering Block 2, 3, 4
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Panorama
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3
Cheering Block 2, 3, 4
fContinued from page 101--
the year and elected Mr. Barnhart as our sponsor. The class of
"52" had their first class party of the year at Marilyn Mason's.
Those attending had a hilarious time. During the season of 49-
50, We sold candy and ice cream. This was our first money-mak-
Beginning our junior year we began to use our motto, "Don't
itch for success, scratch for it" and we are really scratching When
We start to plan for our senior trip. In the fall of 50-51 the jun-
iors received their class rings. For our class president We chose
Clyde Cox, Who has now departed to Kokomo, Mark Varnau as
vice-president, Patty Kessler as secretary, and Betty Dean as
treasu1'er. The two big events of this year were the Junior Class
play, "Wedding Spells" and the Junior'Senior Reception.
Our best and final year, our senior year, has been started by
electing Mr. Davis and Mr. Gilbert as OU1' class sponsors. In the
fall the seniors presented the class play, "Let Me Out of Here?
After that the annual got under Way. During the year the class
sold magazines and received a gold plaque from the company.
Our final "fling" Was the senior convocation, impersonating the
teachers. We hope that "in general" you'll remember the swell
job of acting We did for you. As the annual goes to press, the
class is planning for their senior trip to Washington, D. C. and
New York, baccalaureate and commencement, and their final
year at dear old N. H. S. This is the first class to complete four
years of the consolidation. So, from all of the class of "52", We
bid you a Good-Bye.
Student Manager 1 2 3
Um 011:44 1953
We, the Junior Class of Northwestern High School, decided
on taking a trip to Indianapolis, on November 27, to see the Ice
Revue, starring Barbara Ann Scott. The class as a Whole enjoy-
ed the shovv very much.
Taking on anevv responsibility this year, We started the
school paper rolling, by electing "The NorthWesterner," as the
name to head our paper.
The class officers for this year were chosen and again Jay
Graber was elected as our president, Wayne Moss was chosen as
his runner-up, Sandra Ingle is in charge of the secretary job,
Lois Wilson has the job of handling the treasury.
We are looking eagerly for the coming of our play, which
will be given March 27-28. Another big event Will be the Junior-
Motto: Hitch Your Wagon to a Star.
Flower: Red Rose.
Colors: Red and White.
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One flay in the early fall a group of students gathered in a
room, the dear old cafeteria, and after much thinking, decided
they must be sophomores since they had already spent one year
in the "brain factoryf,
With much "chitter-chatter" several students were nomin-
ated for the various class offices. When the votes were counted
four very brave students stepped forward to assume their res-
ponsibilities for the year. Holding down the president's chair
was Marjorie Stahl with Robert Kinney as her dependable help-
erg Patricia Fawcett took care of the scribbling department,
while Nancy Whitacre watched over the cash box. CNO need to
look in it---nothing therelj
All the turkey sandwiches, potato chips, and cokes we could
hold and plenty of entertainment made the most delightful party
a class could ever have.
During the second semester we managed the ice cream and
candy sales under the supervision of Mr. Bolton and Miss Wea-
Ver, our Sponsors.
Motto: "Opportunity Is Rare, and a Wise Man Will Never
Let It Go By."
Class Colors: Maroon and White.
Class Flower: Rose.
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We, the green freshmen, came together on August 31, 1951,
to idle away the next four years of our lives the best we can. The
class started with a grand total of sixty-nine, two boys to every
girl. After about four weeks of school we elected Mr. Hoban
and Mrs. Holingsworth as our class sponsors. The class elected
Kenneth Rinehart as president, Nancy Jo Bourne as vice-presi-
dent, Linda Lovegrove as treasurer, James Allen as secretary,
and Janet Rodkey as reporter.
Class Flower: White Rose
Class Colors: Green and Gray
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Nancy Jo Bourne
Janet Sue Brower
Bing Joe Ledger
Mary Lou Newcom
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First Row-Patricia Beck, Sharon Yater, Sandra Long, Ruth Ann McConnell, Ada Watson, Patsy Rader,
Ramona Heinmiller, Donna Van Briggle.
Second Row-Jerry Conwell, Perry Metcalf, Leonard Sholty, Diana Andrews, Martha Spraker, Lina Flora,
Sharon Cowgill, Wanda Pell, James Miller, Charles Dick, Ronald Shoemaker.
Third Row-Donald Brubaker, Larry Harrell, Michael Fording, Danny Bentley, Robert Mathis, Robert
Henry, James Robertson, Jerry King, Harold Eads, Michael Bolinger, Mr. Brown.
First Row-Patsy Markley, Kay Whitehead, Donna Dell Frazer, Janet Weeks, Sharon Sapp, Jeanette
Weeks, Grace Sommers, Ann Ware, Patricia Gaston.
Second Row-Mrs. Justice, Linda Kamil, Miriam Bontrager, Virginia Hochstedler, Margo Bark, Margaret
Donnelly, Jean Cutrell, Mr. Leiter.
Third Row-Phillip Klinger, Wilbur Somrners, Lloyd Thompson, Lee Smith, Horace Russell.
Absent-Irma Jean Butcher, Jim Long, Jack Mann, Richard Powell,
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First Row-Benny Redding, Bobby Andrews, Edwin Hawkins, Gary Hite, Andrew Young, Richard Byrum.
Jerry Cook, Kenneth Freeland, Paul Miller.
Second Row-Willie Mae Rader, Judy Dillon, Carole Wertz, Janice Hartman, Sondra Zehring, Harriet
Brown, Judy Stahl, Janet Sink, Margaret Grove.
Third Row-Silvia Russell, Marla Garbert, Bonnie King, Marjorie Hinders, Linda Brower, Alice Shaw,
Jean Smith, Loretta Robinson, Karen Fewell, Marcia Scott, Patty Van Briggle.
Fourth Row-Lewis Rouse, Jack Young, Billy York, Jon Rouse, David Trapp, Benny Robinson, Roy York,
Pbillin Climfenneel. Eugene Lawmen, Jimmy Prater, Ralph Townsend. Teacher, Miss Magurean.
First Row-Van Brown, Charles Thompson, Mary Kay Osborn, Reta Weeks, Donnis Greene, Margaret
Brown, Sharon Smith, Harry Rakestraw, Leo Ledger.
Second Row-Elson Sommers, Stanley Bark, Freida Gingerich, Elsie Powell, Patricia Coan, Louise Darter,
Richard Cripe, Jerry Newcom.
Third Row-Jerry Yager, Betsy Ross, Mary Mann, Bonnie Baughman, Nancy Coldren, Paul Stewart, Nor-
Fourth Row-Gordon Whitzel, Larry Osborn, Mr. Eberson, Alvin Miller, Gaylord Eskridge.
Absent-Sue Brown, Larry DeWitt, Grace Hochstedler, David Nelson, Mary Jo Riley.
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First Row-I. J. Rader, Benjamin Bolinger, Patsy Ross, Marilyn Louthain, Weldon Jones, Joyce Odell,
Stephen Ludwig, Sondra Bailey, Edward Ballew, Alice Miller.
Second Row-Paul Merrill, Blaine Burns, Janice Clingenpeel, Bonita Widner, Clara Adele Cowgill, Dorothy
Domerese, Judith, Shoemaker, Richard Miller, Stanley Allen, Richard Surnrne.
Third Row-Deward Eves, Herman Pickett, Larry Joe Jackson,, James Harmon, Leon Gray, Jerry Lee
Smith, Garmeit Gray, Michael Damon, Frier Dunkin, Mr. Hood.
Absent-Betty Lou Whited.
First Row-Joe Ousley, Judith Bontrager, Margaret Parler, Betty Yoder, Alto Bontrager, Donna Osborn,
Nancy Willis, Nola Frager, Donnie Obermeyer, Dixie Morris, Verl Hostetler, Joe Loop, Poseann Deson,
Joyce Woolurn, Leedy Dunkin, Karl Coles.
Second Row-Loraine Vega, Roman Gingerich, Keith Lausch, Richard Streeter, Richard Kramer, Jack
Willis, Gerry Willis, Diana Morris, Joyce Galbreath.
Third Row-Sharon Tubbs, Sarah Hostetler,
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First Row-Stephen Woodward, Ronald Pohlman, James Hasbarger, Ramond Bostic, Marion Redding,
Roger McConnel, John Miller, Danny Kerhoff, Kenneth Townsend.
Second Row-Mary Brown, Carolyn David, Dale Keisling, David Sink, Ervin Ballew, Barbara Schultz,
Larry Morgan, Janice Rinehart, Billie Degler.
Third Row-Donald Hilligoss, Janet Redding, Karen Kinder, Marilyn Russell, Gary Rouse, Billie Wilson,
Marcheta French, Carol Glassburn, Mary Ragan, Sue Dick, Ruben Arnbrez.
First Row-Gary Strebin, Karen Kuntz, Sandra Smit'i, Stella Vega, Judy Willis. Sandra Chapman, Carol
Russell, Glen Ray Smith.
Second Row-Jimmy Kaufman, Ronny De Will, Ronnie Schafer, Mickey Lovegrove, Mike Lantz, Thomas
Lindley, Bobby Krawl, Dewey Smith. if -
Third Row-Mary Elizabeth Lausch, Cheryl Goddard, Alice Burt, Verna Spraker, Sandra Jarvis, Nancy
Jackson, Joyce Cook, Opal Woolum, Ruth McClelland.
Fourth Row--Johnny Hullinger, Ronnie Sewell, Earl Sommers, Dallas Miller, Margaret Harmon, Billy
Donson, David Templin, Daryll Allen, Joyce Beheler, Howard Troyer, Roger Van Meter. Absent-Nancy
Yoder, Carolyn Lantz, Tony Fawcett. Teacher-Elsie B. Miller.
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First Row-Paul Roberson, Wayne Pohlman, Charles Rockey, George Summe, Ronny Smith, Norman Sew-
ell, Stephen Stahl, Dick Duncan, Roy Free, Kenneth Andrews.
Second Row-Eileen Domerese. Donna Rice, Sondra Pell, Mary Burns, Donna Acord, Janet Kizer, Janet
Jackson, Lois Smultz, Kay Wolley, Ludean York, Cora Rader,
Third Row-James Shoemaker, Ralph Ridenour, Carole Oyler, Beverly Crousore, Jimmy Yater, Lyndal
Hood, Morris Garbert, Michael Feweel, Larry Van Briggle, Eloise Amriz, Sherrill Frier.
Fourth Row-Mrs. Quinn, Marjorie Metcalf, Vicky Hartman, Eugene Spradling, Billy Derymple, James
Gaylor, Richard Sholty, Peggy Rader, Roxy Diller, Judy Hinders, Pamela Bolton.
First Row-Peggy Schroll, Amos Hostetler, James Job, Arletta Cook, Janet lVIcCauley, Wayne Coles, Leon-
ard Sitzes, Judy Sands, Irma Yoder.
Second Row-Mrs. Brockus, Henry Gingerick, Mary Lou Nelson, Marcia Klingman, George Sands, Bobby
Jackson, Cynthia Riley, Shirley Mast, Roy Ashby, Stephen Van Meter.
Third Row-Christine Miller, Carol Ann Hutson, Dixie Duke, Barbara Hochstedler, Elsie Hochstedler,
Shirley Beachy, Edna Hershberger, Cynthia Brunnenmiller.
Fourth Row-Richard Powell, Lowell Edward Spraker, Ronald Kain, Alma Bontrager, Barbara Jo Har-
mon, Jennie Lou Lee.
Absent-Billy Jackson, Keith Hullinger, Barbara Tubbs, Rosemary Klinger, Konnie Kessler, Bobby Dresch,
Roma Lee Pickett, Tommy Thomas.
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First Row-Michael Crousore, Dennis Buckner, Jimmy Porter, Michael Bailey, Bobby Henninger, Mickey
Arvin, Robert Whitacre. Lawrence Zehring, Larry Etherington, Mark Mason.
Second Row-Vola Russell, Hilda Schroeter, Mary Morgan, Judith Prifogle, Mary Harmon, Joyce Sink,
Marcheta Ousley, Edith Eves, Edwina Eves, Alice Trapp.
Third Row-Billy Fording, Margaret Ann Stetler, Judy Bell, Barbara Cowgill, Nancy Brower, Lovina
Bell, Sandra Byrum, Mary Louise Ross, Judy Miller, John Brown.
Fourth Row-NGary Hinders, Tommy Gilliam, Joe Allen, Pamela Bostic, Martha Ritchey, Mary Acord, Al-
bert Schroeter, Harold Hicks, Larry Hartman, Jack Kerkhoff.
First Row-nisie uingericn, Arieen Berry, Uneryl Carlson, Sharon iviontgomery, Marita rrazer, Dana Som-
mers, Lewis T. Ware, Richard Winslow, Howard Wolfe, Billy Ridenour.
Second Row-George Troyer, Jan Scott, Carl Baughman, Roxie Rakestraw, Carol Ann Rust, Annette
Grau, Emily Whitehead, Alyce Roberts, Linda Smith, Peggy Beheler.
Third Row-Bobby Olson, June Ann Trottier, Milford Miller, Mike Jarvis, Michael Parker, Bruce Gerog,
Eugene Coan, Philip Bostic, Barbara Parker, Roger Schafer.
Fourth Row-Truman Kellie, Vonita Brown, Sally Sue Seitz, Mary Jane Edson, Roger Osborn, Anna Jean
Spraker, James Burt, Larry Riley.
Absent-Marilyn Kay Stanley, Judith VanSickle. Teacher-Dora Mishler.
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First Row-Mark Redding, Jo Lynn Shoemaker, Lupe Ambrez- Dewayne Coffe, Billy Clingenpeel, Sue
Rossman, Patricia Young, Janet East, Jacquie Brubaker, Chester Bragg.
Second Row-Jane Dunkin, Richard Kennedy, Walter Dixon, Joy Lybrook, Richard Brown, Jimmy French
Tommy Bailey, Ruby Davis, Billy Hashbarger, Page Porter.
Third Row-Mark Rinehart, Fronda Rader, Ricky Ortman, Steven Sholty, Lynn Rouse, Steven Smith,
Betty Robertson, Phillip Moss, Joe Pohlman, Carolyn Metcalf, Janet Sue Mason, Larry Hill.
Fourth Row-Dinah Woodward, Gary Gaylar, Douglas Bentley, Gary Sullivan, Verlin Hartman, Jane
Young, Marsha Mason, Marilyn Hartman, Carolyn Gray, Janet Gilliam, Roger Vanderbork, Burnsy Tark-
ington. Teachers-Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Hood.
First Row-Bobbie Dillman, Dick Beheler, John Gingerich, Jane Fisher, Janet Brunnemiller, Almeda
Bontrager, Diana Streeter, Dick Leiter, Dennis Yoder, Charles Mann.
Second Row-Miss Troyer, Kent Hullinger, Lloyd Miller, Eldon Troyer, Gregory Grainger, Joe Bontrager,
Ronnie Smith, Rebecca Graves, Mary Powell, Larry Cook.
Third Row-Philip Lindley, Robert -McClelland, Connie Jo Bostic, Alice Miller, Patty Osborn, Mary Wool-
um, Marie Hershberger, Tom Ford.
Fourth Row-Jeff Lovegrove, Tom Vega, Dennis Streeter, Marcia Riley, Richard Vega, Gary Spears, Jim
Absent-Sandra Powell, Wayne Hochstedler, Billy Parker, Kenny Rayl, Ronnie Pickett, Emma Lou Tobin,
Constance Barnett, Kitty Wells.
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The Sunshine Society
The Sunshine Society is a national organization of all high school girls, organ-
ized for the purpose of spreading cheer and comfort to the needy and to those not
as fortunate as others.
The beginning of the year we had the Initiation for the Freshman Girls. After
the initiation, we had a tea for the girls and their Mothers. March the 21st we
had our Mother and Daughter Banquet. The Hi-Y boys served us our dinner.
For our speakers, we had the two German girls from Western. Their talk was
very interesting. This was our last big event of the year.
President .........,... ,.,,.,,.,. B etty Dean
Vice-President . ........... . Bonnie Gilliam
Treasurer .......i..i,............. ..... P atty Kessler
Recording Secretary .......... ........ J eanie Stover
Corresponding Secretary ....... ......,. M arjorie Dubbs
The Hi-Y is an organization for high school boys sponsored in high schools
throughout the United States for the purpose of promoting Christian chsiiactei
community spirit and a better relationship among boys.
The Hi-Y, under the direction of Mr. Hilligoss and Mr. Barnhart, had a xeiy
They helped the Sunshine girls give an After-Game Dance at the Aimoiv
Eastern was invited. Bob Harvey and his orchestra provided the music foi the
dancing. At Christmas, they gave baskets of food to the needy.
A swimming party is going to be held at the last of this year.
. ,... Gail Conwell
The senior class of Northwestern met to choose the Paromama staff soon after
school started. They were chosen as follows:
Editor ,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, R onald Galloway
Assistant Editor ,Y,,, ,,,sssssss M ark Varnau
Business Manager ,.,, ,,,,,e P atty Kessler
Production Manager ..,, ,,cccc B ecky Frier
Advertising Manager ,c,vcc ,,c.,,.r K ent Harrell
Circulation Manager .....,, ,,,,,, R ichard Kinney
Art Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .T .,,,..... Don Coy
Sports Editor .,..,.,s ......,..... B ill Miller
Photographer ...,,,. .,,.... ,.,,,....i,,.,,.,,. . R ichard Dillon
Co-Sponsors ,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,...c,...,,...,,,.Y.,,..,.....,. Mr. Davis and Mr, Gilbert
With the help of Mr. Davis and Mr. Gilbert and our advertising manager, we
sold ads for the 1951-52 Panorama.
Each member of the Senior Class sold annual subscriptions. A free annual
was given to the senior who sold the most subscriptions.
The annual staff and Mr. Gilbert met with Mr. Barth at his home to start
work on the annual. The process of getting everything done was slow, but with
the help of our sponsors, success was achieved.
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To start the year a contest was held to get a name for the paper. "Northwest-
err1er" was the name chosen. The "Northwesterner" has brought the students
school activities, humor, gossip, and many special features. The paper staffs ob-
jective was to edit a paper that would be enjoyed by everybody. During the year.
the Northwesterner became a member of the National Scholastic Press Association.
Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, E velyn Martin
Assistant Editor .. ,.,, ,.,, D avid Summe
Production Editor ,,...Y,,,,,,,, ,..,,, H arold Schafer
Ass. Production Editor ....... ....,, B arbara Sholty
Business Editor ..,,.,.....,, .......,........,.....,.,..,,.,,..,...,....,,,,, G ail Conwell
Art Editors ,......,......,.........,.,..... Johanna Powers, Mary Lou Hehnuth
Gossip and Humor Editors ...,......,......,.., Becky Garrison, Ray Graber
Society Editor ,............ , ...,........ ,.,..................... C arolyn Freeland
Ass't Society Editor ..,.,,. ,........... J anie Smith
Sports Editor ............ ..... L onita Bontrager
Sponso1 ,........,.........,,.. ..... M rs. Schneider
Production Manager ..r... ............................... M iss Richards
Copy Writers .....,,..,.., .... . .Clara Bontrager, Lois Wilson
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Our Senior Class became the first class since the school consolidation to present a play at the high
school building. With the installation of new drapes and curtains, the play was presented on October
19th and 20th and again at Kokomo on December 10th. Who will ever forget Bob Beeler doing his bit
as a "lady," Ronald Galloway and Pat Kessler as the colored help, or the "case of the missing trousers'
with the entire cast providing the fun?
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Bona Lynn and Eve Boyd work together as typists and
share a little two-room apartment. Bona has a handsome
brother that Eve would like to meet. Eve has a wealthy
aunt who Wants Eve to marry Clifford Morton, an eccentric
poet and writer of children's stories.
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As Juniors, we had our first taste of acting in the class play, "Wedding Spells" at the Kokomo High
School Auditorium. Life gets complicated when a man thinks he is married to four women at the
same time . . . Ask Mark Varnau!!!!
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of memory. He simply can't remember which of four girls
he married. A party was held to see if the wife would re-
veal herself. Ruse after ruse is tried by the frantic bride-
groom, but his wife conceals her identity right up to the
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Mrs. Julia Pettingell ........... S ...........
Frances Brown .......................,,
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HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR
Mr. H91'ShbSTgEF,S Choral Group rounded out a full year of active participation in school ac-
tivities by presenting their annual Spring Concert and joining in the Kokomo District Choral Festi-
Harmony? This group of live Wire boys made up the Boys' Chorus for 1951-52. Not only did
they enjoy singing, bu-t they added to the pleasure of all who heard them.
A highlight for all musical organizations was the exchange convocation program with Galves-
ton High School in March. The Music Contests, class plays. PTA Programs, and other special
activities kept these groups busy throughout the school year.
The Northwestern High School band attended the district organization festival April 5, at Hartford
City. Several attended the district solo contest and received medals for their placings. The band
played at all our home games, plays, and other occasions.
The forty-five member girls' chorus was active throughout the year, giving many performances
and participating in the Spring Concert and the Kokomo District Choral Festival.
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ERVIN GIRLS CHORUS
One of the most enthusiastic groups at Ervin, is the girls' chorus, under the
direction of Miss Marian Magurean.
HOWARD GIRLS CHORUS
Howard's girls' chorus has had a very successful year with their teacher, Miss
ERVIN JUNIOR BAND
Under the direction of Mr. Hersberger, the twenty-four piece band of Ervin
Grade School was organized and participated in several musical activities of the
THE ERVIN BOYS CHORUS
During the second semester the Ervin Boys' Chorus was organized by Mr
Hersberger and Miss Magurean to encourage boys participation in choral work
Could there be a future Bing Crosby or Frank Sinatra in this group?
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This is an every day scene in the halls of
our dear old school. Everyone is hurry-
ing, to talk to their friends, get 21 drink
and comb their hair.
Miss Richards is teach-
ing our Freshmen the
proper use of English.
Jerry OlDell takes the
floor in Section Two.
Meaning Spanish, of
course. M ayb e some
day they will use it
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The Library is a place Where reference books and reading books may
be obtained. Mrs. Schneider and her student assistants keep the books and
magazines numbered and in place. "A good book is a man's best friend."
Mr. Bolton rides the herd in the the third period study hall. The study
hall serves many purposes-some study, to be sureg others sleepg others day-
dreamg a few performg and at noon it rivals the drive-in-theater as Lovers'
PAGE FORTY FIVE
THE I952 PANORAMA
Northwestern High School
The Third Year Home Economics class, under the direction of Mrs.
Hollingsworth, made lamps, did needlepoint Work, studied home nursing,
and made clothing. The line forms to the left, boys-get your reservation
in early for a 1953 Model housewife!
Mr. Gilbert taught the senior boys Agriculture and Shop. They learn-
ed to Weld, make troughs, and tie knots. They also judged grain, built stage
scenery, attended field days, and misplaced tools in the tool room. You'll
find three or four of these boys at Purdue next fall.
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Everyone runs down the stairs, leaving their books strung around, to see
who will be first in lunch line. Looks like Mr. Hilligoss Won again.
A cafeteria scene at noon. Everyone is gulping their food down, so they
can go play volley-ball, or see Who Will be the first one to reach the ping
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Miss Richards worked with
members of the Senior class
to prepare them for future
jobs. Practice sets were pur-
chased at the beginnnig of the
second semester for the pur-
pose of realistic experience in
The future generation of
business men and women
learn how to keep their books,
under the careful supervision
of Mr. Barnhart.
The Senior class picks up
some pointers on American
Government from Betty Dean
and Richard Eller, with Mr.
Hilligoss standing by for an
assist if necessary.
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Driver Training Class under
Mr. Hoban learned the phases
of the serious business of be-
ing a safe driver. Be sure
your safety is showing!
Mr. Gilbert had a quiet
year??? He taught the girls,
while the boys made gunpow-
der. The school building still
stands and we hope we have
enlightened a few minds on
the principles of chemistry.
They call it t'Plane Geo-
metryj' and it sure keeps the
Class up in the air most of the
time. Ask Chief Pilot, Mr.
Bolton. Jackie Sewell tries to
get Kenny Fawcett to see the
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Grade cards, attendance, tickets, stamps, advice, guidance. and what have you, roll out of
the Princ4ipal's office with the help of the office girls. No green carpet in sight?
12 YEAR STUDENTS
First Row: Mary Jane Lantz, Elaine Wilson, Bonita Yater, Carol Wright, Phyllis Morgan, Pat
Goodier, Becky Frier.
Second row: Don Coy, Richard Eller, John Young, Jack Smith, Mark Varnau, Wesley Smith, Bill
Miller. Absent: Ronald Hartman.
CLAY- ERVIN, OR HOWARD and NORTHWEST ERN all the way!
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MR. MERRILL HOBAN
Basketball - Track
Mr. Hoban came to us from Silver
Creek ,High School and ably led the
Tigers through the 1951-52 basket-
ball and track seasons.
MR. JOHN HILLIGOSS
Baseball - Track
Mr. Hilligoss, a graduate of Frank-
lin College, led the baseball team
assisted in track, and was Fresh-
man basketball coach.
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Congratulations to Jeannie, Juanita, and Mark for the swell job they did as yell
Mr. Hoban showing our boys some new tactics.
Faced with a tremendous rebuilding job and a tough sched-
ule, Coach Hoban led the Tigers through a season with many
"ups and downs." Losing five one-point games in a row the Ti-
gers bounced back after the mid-season with signs of remark-
able improvement. This year's team will lose only two letter-
men and they will undoubtedly prove to be a team of the future.
The Tigers completed the season with a record of seven wins and
fourteen losses. They showed a fighting spirit of which they,
the school, and the fans can be justly proud.
Northwestern Crispus Attucks
"When that last Great Scorer comes to write against your
name, He writes not that you won or lost, but how you played
WE, THE SENIOR CLASS
NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL
OUR YEARBOOK TO-
Mrs. Geneva Hollingsworth
Mr. J. Edward Gilbert
Mrs. Eleanor Schneider
In appreciation for their guidance and patience
these past four years. They are the only teachers
who Were with us all this time.
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J ack Behny
Young, eager, and rarin' to go, the Cubs gave the fans some
real thrills this season.
Yell Leaders: Lovegrove, Fewell, Newcom and Dubbs.
First Row: Weeks, Daily, M. Beachy, Odell, J. Gillam, Sink, Miller, Rinehart.
Second Row: Mr. Hilligoss, J. Beachy, Seitz, Barko, Somrners. Long, Merrell,
Helrnuth, R. Gillam, and Wheeler.
This year's reserves climaxed a good season with a victory
in the 4-Way "B" Team Tourney at Sharpsville. With a four-
teen-won and eight-lost season, these boys are looking forward
to bigger and better things to come.
Meet the boys: fFirst Rowj Gail Conwell, Keith Rinehart,
Mr. "Basketball" Hoban, Mike Cardwell, and Jack Behny.
fSecond Rowj Paul Phillabaum, Lloyd Gray, Jackie Sewell,
Wayne Moss, Fritz Klein, and John Dubbs.
Cubs Galveston 28 Cubs Forest
Cubs Prairie 21 Cubs Mississinewa
Cubs Rochester 35 Cubs Eastern
Cubs Western 22 Cubs Summitville
Cubs Converse 29 Cubs Western
'Cubs Sharpsville? 25 Cubs Crispus Attucks
'kCubs Easternf 17 Cubs Manual
fCubs Delphi 34 Cubs Frankton
Cubs Lapel 26 Cubs Windfall
Cubs Camden 26 tTourney
Cubs Sharpsville 27
This year's freshman basketball team enjoyed a very suc-
cessful season under the tutoring of Mr. Hilligoss. Although
their schedule was extremely rugged, they proved very capable
of handling their opponents. They rolled up a very creditable rec-
ord of seven wins and four losses. Much is expected from these
players in the future.
Northwestern 46 Sharpsville 13
Northwestern 33 Jackson Central 16
Northwestern 44 Jackson Central 42
Northwestern 20 Kokomo 25
Northwestern 52 Eastern 26
Northwestern 23 Martin Boots 44
Northwestern 23 Kokomo 25
Northwestern 32 Eastern 34
Northwestern 52 Eastern 25
Northwestern 44 Logansport 39
Northwestern 46 Tipton 32
PAGE FIFTY -NINE
All of the Work in basketball isn't done on the hardwood. Ask manag-
ers Bill Miller, Joe Wright or John Young!
The Intramural League was organized to give action for the boys not
playing on one of the regular teams. Six teams participated, the Sad Sacks,
Leftovers, Atom Bums, Cobras, Pole Cats and Whiz Kids. The Sad Sacks
were League Winners.
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Tigers Dugout" "Wafer Boy"
Front row, left to right: Don Eads, Dick Obermeyer, Ted Eads, Alden
Sink, Second row: Bill Miller Qmanagerl, Melvin Beachy, John Beachy, Ray
Graber, Jay Graber, Gail Conwell, Jonas Miller, John Weeks fass't mgizjg
Third row: John Hilligoss CCoachJ, Charles Wheeler, John Dubbs, Harley
Greene, John Pohlman, Jack Sewell, Jack Behney, Charles Elleman, Leo
Helmuth, Merrill Hoban ass't coachj.
THE BASEBALL SEASON
Participating again in the Howard-Miami Baseball Conference, the Northwes-
tern Tigers fielded a team composed of four or five freshmen and a sprinkling of
sophomores, juniors and seniors. This young team, guided by a new coach, Mr.
"Joe McCarthy" Hilligoss, started slow but finished with two good victories and
lots of promise for the coming years.
Sporting an all-freshman battery in the Beachy brothers, Melvin and John
Henry, ably assisted by Jackie Sewell and Dick Obermeyer, the Tigers put up a
good fight all of the way. In the hitting department, Charles Elleman and Jay
Graber posted averages of over .300 for the eight games.
Tigers ....., 1 Eastern ,,.,.,,.,.,, ,
Tigers ....... 1 Clay CMiamil ,
Tigers ....... 3 Western ,...,,,,,,
Tigers ....... 1 Converse
Tigers .,..,., 2 Bunker Hill .....
Tigers ....... 7 Eastern ..,,, ,,.,,,
Tigers ....,., 2 Clay fMiamiJ .
Tigers ....... 2 Western ..,,.,,. ,,
Won 2 L Lost 6
THE TRACK SEASON
Before going to press, two track meets with Galveston and Eastern were run
off at the Kokomo Track. Galveston won with a 64 to 45 margin, by sweeping
both relays. The Tigers defeated Eastern 6012 to 48142 in the second meet.
Jerry Lane got off to a good start-in defense of his County shot put title by
heaving the sphere 47 feet, 5 inches in the Galveston meet. He also doubled with
a win in the broad jump. Ousley showed good form in the half mile by winning in
the creditable time of 2:20. Others who placed were: Obermeyer and Coy in the
100 yard dashg Obermeyer in the 220 yard dashg Dubbs in the 440 dash, Powell in
the half milegElleman and Beeler in the mile rung Gray in the high and low hurd-
lesg Helmuth in the high jump and low hurdles, Sewell Uackieb tied for first in
the pole vault, Wheeler in the pole vaultg and Coy in the shot put.
Other meets were scheduled with Western, Sharpsville, and the County, How-
ard-Miami. Bordermen Relays and Sectional groups.
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First row: Evelyn Pohlman, Judy Hawkins, Judy Mason, Second row:
Ronnie Gilbert, Wendell Clingenpeel, Glen Wilson, Freddie Sink, Eddie
Byrum, Third row: Mr. Brown, James Scott, Roger Bentley, Larry Cook, Roy
York, Jim Miller Cstudent managerj.
Back row, left to right: Mr. Fouts, Albert Cardwell, Russell McCauley,
Robert Ross, Stephen Gaston, Victor Schroll, Paul Sapp, Danny Sewell.
Front row, left to right: Richard Bontrager, Wilbur Miller, Emma Rose
Coldren, Lee Smith, Martha Thompson, Jerry Christie, Jimmy Cardwell.
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First row-Jerry Conwell, Harold Eads, Paul Miller, Larry Cook, Roy York, James
Scott, Glen Wilson, Ronnie Gilbert, Robert Davids.
Second row-Gary Keisling, Mr. Brown, Charles Dick, Freedie Sink, Phil Cling-
enpeel, Wendell Clingenpeel, Cleo Metcalf, Roger Bentley, Allen Young, Stephen
Elkins, Jerry King, Eddie Byrum, Kenny Freeland.
First row-Wilbur Miller, Lloyd Thompson, Phillip Klinger, Jimmy Cardwell, Glen
Hochstedler, Charles Thompson, Richard Cripe, Richard Bontrager.
Second row-Robert Green, Lee Smith, Russell McCauley, Paul Sapp, Stephen
Gaston, Robert Ross, Danny Sewell, Jerry Cristie, Mr. Fouts.
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Mrs. Adolphus Mason
Mr. Otto Barnhart
Mr. Grover Barnhart
Mr. William Kennedy
COOKS AND CUSTODIANS
We, the Senior Class of 1952, wish to thank the merchants,
lawyers, doctors and friends who through their advertising made
this yearbook possible. May we suggest to our readers that these
business people are also your friends and deserve your patron-
In leaving school, each Senior has left behinid to some un-
derclassman those traits most worthwhile 175. These wills are
scattered among the advertisements-try to find them all.
As a class, the Seniors wish to leave the heritage of being
the first graduating class to complete all four years at North-
western. They were the consolidation's first freshmen! The
pathway wasn't exactly all roses, but it was fun and the memor-
ies will linger as long as there is one member of the Class of '52
Three snapshot pages are also placed in the advertising sec-
tion. Some of these snaps are good, some are exciting, some are
revealing, some are historic, and all are good fun-see you on
the snapshot page!
The Senior Prophecy, written by the Juniors, will be found
among the pages to follow. You'll want to be sure to "read all
about it," and to see all of the startling things that the Juniors
wish onto the class of ,52.
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Ph. 25685 1315 North Washington St
R. R. 2
I, Naomi Lawson, will to Peggy Koontz my
ability to get along better with people and to
not fight over the boys.
1-136 South Main Street
Phone 23969 For Prompt Service
Corner of 18 and 35
Lubrication - Oil - Motor Tune-up
Brake Service - Sinclair Products
Ned Johnson and Wm. Lynch
JOE KORBY SR. and SON
I, Richard Dillon, being of sound mind Cand
big bodyl will to Wayne Moss my seat on the
bench for all home games that is, and also to
Socko W. the right to knock down the little
boys in basketball practice.
300 West lVlulbei'i'y
401 South Washington St.
BANNER FLOWER HOUSE
1017 South Buckeye St.
Phone 4611 Kokomo, Indiana
RAY R. DIEDEN
"If insurance you're need 'en-See Dieden"
PHONE 6006 KOKOMO
I, Kent Harrell, will to Richard Bragg my
seat in government class, and also, I will to
Blaine Graves my pep and vigor.
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A. P. CHARLEBOIS
1701 E. Jefferson
I, Ronald J. Hartman, of sound body and mind,
will to David Summe, my position as basket-
ball statistician with a secretary to do the ty-
ping, also a government book and a couple of
girls. Dave, try not to study too hard on them.
NEW ELECTRIC COMPANY
Your Delco Electric
Supplies - Repairs
EDSON FURNITURE CO.
608 N. Washington St.
At Prices You Can Afford
LINCOLN ARC WELDERS
Harris and Oxweld Equipment
MOON WELDING CO.
700 W. Morgan - Kokomo
BAILEY RooF1Nc. co. CUNGRPETELATIONS
Barrett CLASS OF "52"
Asbiiggugdin Kokomo's Self-Service
North-ISIOH N. Webster
South-701 E. Markland
"Launder For Less"
Kokomo Grain 6' Feed Company
I2I5 West Jefferson
International Freezers 8. Refrigerators
PARTS and SERVICE
"Your International DeaIer"
615 North Washington Street Phone 6116
CARSON'S SHELL SERVICE
B. F. Goodrich - Tires, Batteries, and Accessories
Car Washing and Polishing
Corner North and Washington Kokomo, Indiana
FENN FUNERAL HOME
RUSSIAVILLE LUMBER CO.
A Complete Line of '
Building Material - Hardware - Insulation
Paint - Roofing - Doors - Sash - Lumber
Cabinet Making and Woodwork
'tFirst in Service"
Russiaville, Indiana Phone 64
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I, Becky Frier, will to Lonita Bontrager, my
piece of bleached hair, so that she will look
AMERICAN LAUNDRY like "Socko." I, also will Nancy Whitacre, my
ability to go steady during my Junior and sen-
. ior year.
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
DUNN'S PAINT 8: BODY SHOP
220 South Union St. 227 South Union
Kokomo' Indiana Complete Wrecks Rebuilt
For Building Materials
For Hardware and Appliances
lt's Been ARMSTRONG - LANDON
For nearly 100 years
101 West Sycamore 318 East Monroe
Francis Tractor Sales
FORD TRACTORS clncl FARM IMPLEMENTS
Wood Bros. Corn Pickers
Combines - Tractors
SALES Sz SERVICE
"Willing to service as Well as to sell"
810 North Armstrong St.
PAGE SEVENTY SIX
Todd Hybrid Seed Corn
We Have a Hybud Adapted To Youl Falm
W I-I Todd 6' Son
Permutxt Water Softeners
JONES 8: CO
223 N Buckeye Ph 23909
Jack Dlllon Mgl
I Bob Dyar w1th n y flat head and unsound
m nd w1ll to Forrest Metcalf my abxhty to be
fxrst xn lunch l1ne even though my row IS the
I Juan ta Do sett beng of sound body and
ea nolnd Joan Sc tt uw bl
po 1t1on Vell leadex 1 he senlo year
D p nclable Blllldlllg Mate-ual
GALVESTON LUMBER CO
DAIRY LUNCH CAFE
Hosp1ta11ty KL Good Food
TWELVE MILE STATE BANK
Galveston B1 anch
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PIIIICO APPIIHDCCS with a Kokomo basketball player, and also my
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JOHN THOMAS CO.
Prompt Ambulance Service
OLSEN 8: EBANN
216 North Main St.
Kokomo Jewelers for
Diamonds - Watches
Jewelry and Silverware
Jewelers and Stationers
Allis - Chalmers
Rock Phosphate Limestone Dust
LOWELL BURT 8: SONS
Rural Route 2
GALVESTON RADIO SERVICE
Philco and Motorola
Car and Home Radios
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Galveston Phone 2455 l
FARMERS COAL CO. CASE
210 West Monroe Power Farm Machinery
I, Bob Carson, will to Jerry Lane my ability Wheel-Mounted Disc Harrow
to keep my big mouth shut in Mr. Gilbert's and
class, willed to me by Floyd Conwell, also my
ability not to make fun of Creason's Co-op. KEWANA
Compliments Of CASE PARTS 8z SERVICE
Kokomo WRECKAGE KOKOMO
Phone 4726 519 N. Buckeye
Phone 2-1434 Home Ph. 9231
HIGHT MOTOR SALES
Bought and Sold
E. J. Hight, Owner
800 East Markland
TOM KNIPE FLORIST
CARL HYNES DRUG STORE
Corner of North and Webster
Eat at Tin Pen Cafe
500 North Main St. Kokomo
Tinkler's Floor Covering Store
114 West Mulberry
MYGRANTS MUSIC HOUSE
Everything in Music
121 West Mulberry
I, Don Coy, will to Richard Williams my idea
of how to play basketball Csay you're going to
win and then do itl and also I will to Harold
Schafer a few ideas on how to get a good
grade in Mr. Gilbert's classes.
Shirley's Home Furnishing Co.
Home of Frigidaire and Maytag
FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
1101 North Washington Street
H E McGONIGAL INC
123 West Superior Stieet
LOUKS SUPER SERVICE
Standard O11 Products
Kendall 2000 Mlle 011
KERN TRAVEL SERVICE
Steamship A r11ne
TOURS and CRUISES
Reservations and Tickets
Phone 4109 Kokomo
I Bob Beeler bemg of sound mind and weak
body will to Fritz Klein my model A because
I thmk he could use it and to Leotus Powell
my abllty to get along with Mr Davis in so
C1010 y class
I Shirley Ann Johnson be1ng of stron body
and weak bra1n do hereby w1ll to Johanna
Powers my dark brown hair and eyes also I
Wlll my beloved shorthand and government
books hopm she can use them to better ad
also will my height of 5 6 as It does come ln
handy once 1n a while to reach high lockers
HOWARD COUNTY NEWS
FARMERS FREE PRESS
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OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT
FARM WAGONS WAGON UNLOADERS
IMPLEMENT TRAILERS and SPECIAL UNITS
Consult Us About Yom Fa1m Needs
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Sales and Service
n a , ndiana Phone 68
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'i Being of sound body and weak mind, I, Judy
1 Damon, will to Margie Long, my ability to
, talk in the sixth period study hall, without
Mr. Hoban catching me, also my strong lungs
-, so that she may yell twice as loud at the ball-
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3 PALMERS JEWELRY COMPANY
I "Kokomo's Friendly Jeweler"
l 101 E. Sycamore
3 Phone 22505
CRIPE MOTORS, INC. 3
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on 12 als THAYNE BEALL, INC.
GMC Trucks Z
"Dollar for dollar, you can't beat lk
Phone 277 5 GENERAL TIRES
Flora, Indiana E
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210 W. Superior
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Star Roller Mills, Inc.
JUST RIGHT FEEDS
Seeds Feeds Fertilizer Fence
and Farm Supplies
Phone 19 A
SOUTH SIDE FEED STORE
a cl Ke y R d
901 E Maikland Phone 3037
MASON REALTY CO
P a Estat L
117 W Mulbe ry St
Kokomo Ind a
SELLARS GRAIN COMPANY
Peisonalized Floial Seiviee
1420 W Mulbel y St eet Phone 7767
Kokomo Ind ana
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SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO
DONAHUE S HOME SUPPLY
Roof g Sdng Ins lat on
Koko o Indiana
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I, D n Eads, bei g of sound mind and w ak
body, do hereby will to Paris Ousley, my abil-
ity to get al ng Wi h th tea rs ri a
out o trouble. I ls will my bility to stay .
awa r m gir W o iv on or ain ,'
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I, Ronald Galloway, being of sound mind
and body will to Gail Convvell my back row
seat in government class, also my ability to
with Kokomo girls.
GILBREATH IMPLEMENT CO.
2501 N. Washington St.
Phone Kokomo 9810
EHRI-lART'S DRUG STORE
The PERSONAL SERVICE store
314 N. Main Street
Pat Goodier, of weak mind and so
body, will to Janie Smith the ability to
steady all your years of high school.
LECKS RADIATOR REPAIR
206 E. Sycamore - Kokomo
McCLAIN DRAY LINE
Shady Maples Fur Farm
Russell H. Stover 8: Dale M. Brower
Page . Eighty-five
W. W. Lindley
George R. Davis
Hilbert E. Owen
Lewis B. Fouts
I, Mark Varnau, of unsound mind. leave -to
Max Peele my "virtue" to be spontaneous
without premeditation. Representing the senior
boys, I leave to the junior boys the name
"Dashy Babe," left to us by Dash, and to some
lucky C?J freshman, my right to be cheerlead-
er for four years.
E. E. LANDIS CO.
International Harvester Dealer
MULLENDORE CONST. CO.
Phone 9302 or 19701
Phone 311 Flora, Ind.
KOKOMO FURNITURE CENTER
OPERATING LOANS 601 E. North
Open Evenings - Dial 26820
FARMERS Hot Point - G.E. - RCA - Furniture
KOKOMO APPLIANCE CENTER
PRODUCTION CREDIT 419 North Washington
Open Evenings - Dial 2-4222
Hot Point - G. E. - RCA
RAYL MOTOR CO.
318 N. Buckeye
1350 on every dial
ROBERT J. AERNE
421 N. Washington Street
DEANNA JEAN SHOPPE
202 N. Main - Kokomo, Indiana
Open a Charge Account
Use Our Layavvay Plan
Being of sound body and weak mind, I,
Richard Eller, will to Lowell Creason, my un-
used book-s and my bright ideas.
T 121 W. Sycamore St.
5 si-,uh sid of s are
COMPLIMENTS 1' t Q qu
OF 3 Everything for the Home
THE E General Electric Appliances
GE - RCA - Zenith Television
HOWARD COUNTY iiii i ' ' U i
BUDROW HARDWARE CO.
REPUBLICAN The Store of Quality
l3eiiig oi weali looily andvi sounci lungs, I
Betty Mae Dean, will to Mary Lou Helmutli
my jolly school spirit to be used at all times
and my friendliness to all the basketball boys
also the right position to be sunshine presiden
in her senior year.
Is Quality You Tryst
IOIIAID llllbll Auuuollvv Ol ll!
COCA-CDI! COIIAII IV
We, the Juniors of Northwestern school, hereby prophesy
that the Senior Class of "52" have taken their places in the world
Ronald J. Hartmann is a professor at Columbia University.
He teaches chemistry, trigonometry, and fourth year biology.
Judy Tarkington finally snared Ronald for her husband. They
are blessed with five little "professors" of their own.
Mrs. Patricia Burt fformer Pat Goodierj now weighs 300
pounds and is six feet tall. Pat and Juanita Cox fDossettJ went
together to form the Burt-Cox Dance School. They teach the
Charleston, jitterburg, and ballet. Juanita hooked Clyde Cox and
they have seven, six-foot bubble-dancing girls and six, four-foot
Dave Shearer and Jack Krise own the Kroger stores toge-
ther. Dave Shearer drives the latest model H9755 of Packard
convertible. Jack Krise married Margie Long and had 12 child-
ren. CCheaper by the Dozenj. Jack still drives that old Ford be-
cause his kids and wife take all the money.
Bob Beeler married Hildegarde Schroetor and they settled
down on a tomato farm in California of 260 acres. They have one
Utomatoi' of their own.
Bob Dyar finally took Becky Friar for his wife. Bob has half
interest in the Miller Trucking Company. Bob drives during the
daytime and Becky drives at night.
Mark Varnau has now taken over the responsibility of may-
or of Cassville. He is a rich, old bachelor who lives with his
mommy and daddy.
Ronald Galloway owns the "Gallyho Tavern." He married
Pat Kessler and they live above the tavern. Pat baby-sits with all
the bachelors while Ronald tends the bar.
Everett Rude and Darlene Widner own and run the "Rude
and Widner" beauty salon in Paris, France.
Nancy Miller is a blonde, blue eyes, and five foot two. She
went to Hollywood to be in pictures and met and married Gary
Cooper. Her latest movie is, 'tKiss Me Again."
Rich Kinney is a radio announcer at Galveston for station
WGRK. He married Mary Jane Lantz. Mary Jane took over
Walter Winchell's place on the radio, yak, yak!
Joan Montgomery QRutherfordD got a divorce from Kenny.
They divided their twenty-three kids up evenly between them.
Shirley Johnson has had some amazing changes made. She
is five foot two and weighs ninety-two pounds. She is the chief
cook and bottle washer for Joan Montgomery and kids.
PAGE EIGHTY EIGHT
Don Coy is the manager and owner of the United Airlines,
Inc. Don Eads is Coy's chief pilot. Don met and married Phyllis
Morgan who was a stewardess on an airplane. They have one
little co-pilot of their own.
Carol Ann Wright has really changed. She married Rever-
ent Bob Whitehead and they are missionaries at the North Pole.
N o one has heard from them for years, but Mary Jane Lantz
CKinneyj commented over the radio about their amazing work
with the Eskimos.
Richard Eller is a bachelor in western Howard County. He
farms 550 acres with sheep on 545 of it. The other 5 acres is in
Elaine Wilson is a very popular Cover Girl. Just last week
Elaine's picture was on the cover of "Popular Mechanics" Maga-
zine and the '4Farmer's Guidef'
Betty Dean and Judy Damon are making very good money
as lady wrestlers on television. They haven't got any men yet be-
cause when they do get a chance for one they get mad and knock
Bob Carson travels the country selling women's dresses. He
is all wrapped up in his work, for he gets to see many beautiful
women every day on his route.
Kent Harrell also got his start in Hollywood. He is a wes-
tern hero. He is also on television on "Chuckwagon Tales." His
favorite song is "I hate you because you're so big."
Naomi Lawson owns the Lawson Guitar Company. She plays
"I Got a Lovely Bunch of Cocanuts" in Gallyho's Tavern.
Bill Miller was THE professional hockey player but decided
to slow down to basketball. He is coach, captain, and star play-
er ofthe "Ham Hock Hustle1's!"
Bonnie Yater drives in the 500 Mile Race every year at In-
dianapolis. She drives for Mauri Rose. She is so fast that the men
can't keep up with her.
John Young has taken over Costello's place in "The Abbott
and Costello Showf' Dick Dillon is Abbott. Their latest movie
is "Abbott and Costello in Korea."
Meriam Johnson plays a trumpet in Goldman's band in New
York. Her hobby is entertaining lonely bachelors.
Jack Smith and Wesley Smith have taken over the Smith
Bros. Cough Drops. A drop a day keeps the doctor away.
We, the Juniors, make this prophecy with the great desire
to be as great men and women as the DEAR Seniors of "52"
turned out to be.
Union Bank 6- Trust Co.
Two Convenient Locations:
Main at Mulberry
Marklcmcl at Bell
IN THE UNION THERE IS STRENGTH
YOUNG AMERICA FEED Mll.l.
MERRELL'S SEED SERVICE
COMPLETE FEED GRINDING and MIXING SERVICE
Full Line of
FEED -- SEEDS - FERTILIZERS
OTHER FARM SUPPLIES
YOUNG AMERICA FEED MILL
Seed House, Telephone 2699
Don't Say Bread - Say
Corn Top or I-lolsum
Ba ked by Dietzen's
Grinding 8: Mixing
R. F. D. 3, Kokomo, Indiana
I, Eline Wilson, being of strong body and
weak mind do hereby will to Lois Wilson my
ability to crack my gum when it annoys peo-
"Call Coady for Coal" lf
Coady's Clean Coal Consumed
under Combustion Conditions b
Creates Constant Comfort for
Collossal Castle or Cozy Q
Calorific Content of Competitor's
Commodities cannot 2
Compare with Coady's Coal and 1
Coke Courteous Careful Coal Z
Conservative Credits i
Cheerfully Considered. 2
"Call Coady for Coal"
1010 South Ohio Avenue
Phone 6101 g
ple, also my red hair which is not to be
RAY HENDRICKS, INC.
I, Darlene Widner, with sound body and
weak mind, hereby will to Becky Garrison my
extra weight, as I won't be needing it any
LETHA'S BEAUTY SALON
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I, Wesley Smith, will to Floyd Sewell, my
height and ability to play basketball, and some
day, if I find time, I'll teach him the game.
Huckleberry Yahn Barber Shop
227 North Buckeye St.
DONSON'S SERVICE STATION
Sunoco Gas Products
1237 West Taylor A. T. Phillips
Phone 9895 Res. 7285
106 W. Walnut
THE RITS INTIMATE APPAREL
106 E. Walnut Street
Lingerie Hose Corsets
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TAYLOR FURNITURE co.
427 West North Phone 25208
Furniture, Appliances and
Special Order Rugs
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I, Phyllis Morgan, being of sound mind and
weak body, do hereby will to Sue Oyler the
blond streak in my hair and my front sent in
government class, which I hope she puts to
better advantage than I did. I also will to her
my front row seat in the cheering block.
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HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES and SUPPLIES
JOHN DEERE - IMPLEMENTS - NEW IDEA
Hardware-E. Main St.
Farm Store-N. Meridian
SI-IROCK'S AUTO SERVICE
Skelgas Sales Sr Service
Day 44 - PHONE - Night 234
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SHEARER PRINTING SERVICE
100 E. Broadway
CROSS SURPLUS STORES
115 S. Union 601 N. Washington
HUDSON BARBER SHOP
I, Bill Miller, while still of sound mind and
body, do hereby will to Ray Graber my posi-
tion of sports editor of the Panorama, also my
ability to get along with the coaches of N.H.S.g
to Jeanne Stover my seat in agriculture class
so she can be with Jay one more period of the
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COF F EL CLEANERS
206 West Mulberry
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New London, Indiana
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PUNCHY CONE TEXACO
Gas - Oil - Grease .Iob
Car Wash - Tires
JACK MAI-IER 8: SON
Furnishings - Hats - Shoes
DILLER T V STUDIOS
107 W. Boulevard
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Tractor Farm Equipment
SMITH MOTOR SALES
Flora Phone 28 Cutler Phone 662
MURRAY AND DAVIS
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OAKLEY GROCERIES and
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The Store for Dad and Lad
KINNEY TRANSIT LINE, INC.
Moving and Storage THE
Phone 4220 STGRE FOR
Kokomo Indiana YOUNG MEN
GALBREATH 8: STEWART
CROSLEY APPLIANCES Incorporated
219 North Main Street
Union at Jefferson
Selling High Quality Merchandise
At Fair Prices Since 1919
125 N. Buckeye - Phone 6771
CHEW'S REGAL STORE
Breeders of Registered
Breeding Stock For Sale
AT ALL TIMES
Drs. W. R. and Fred Morrison
3168 6996 5244 8972
KOKOMO ELECTRIC HATCHERY
Wm. W. Ullman
BETTER BABY CHICKS
Indiana U. S. Approved
506-509 N. Buckeye Street
East on Sycamore St. Road 3 Miles
KoKoMo, INDIANA Phone 7211
I, Carol Ann Wright, being of sound mind
and weak body, do hereby will to Barbara
Sholty my 110 lbs. and also the blond streak and
in my hair. I will her my front row seat in
government and also my front seat in the
MONTGOMERY WARD 81 CO.
Phone 6126 Kokomo
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