Thomas Carr Howe Community High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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It was torn down, and at sturdy concrete span has replaced it. And we had to give up the old parking lot in order to make way for the new addition to the main building. Itis a cold walk now from the new parking lot at the bottom of the liill to the Tower door. But we wont mind those extra steps when weve finally ex- panded into a new Howe. are now mechanized. -v, G' , Here it isl A big sneak preview of our new addition. Someday QSepte1nber, 1954, we hope ,1 classes in English, math, music und art will be moved to new quarters. Classes were often dis- turbed this spring by the sounds of 11 riveting machine or ll busy bulldozer, but teachers tried to ignore them us visions of new classrooms danced through their heads. Bqe 99' fuk W 1-. - lL..-A: Theres u new addition to the new addition too. Howes new ROTC unit, complete with rifle range, will occupy the sub-basement. 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III 11I1I1,III1I1III I .1 1 1" ,II 11 1 I 1II 1II,,I.iI1115:I , 111 ' I I I , I I.,I 'Ji'I.IlI,:III.'III IIII 1 ,fu ,, 1-I , 19 11' .I III .II1I7I 1 I11EI'I,1 1 1 XI ,I f ' Vsw 5,.5gsQis- ' :f?p11'5.1:f I! , J "'g.5!i.:11 :,.1,1,:11'11 l" .1"A15' 1 , ,ff 'lfkf' "' Q F ,fx Little groups like these were often seen dur- ing government periods, as election time ap- proached. Of course. they were strictly business! Page eight '6Say, what's thisiw asks Marilyn Franz, as she watches Mike Dawson work intently over an experiment in physics. Technically speaking it's known as conservation of momentum. inlaid!! Here are some of our future gen- iuses! Look at the problem Bill Tho1npson is doing for Mr. Belding. Gosh-it sure looks harder than sen- ior math. Cary Crawford doesn't look so dumb either as he works intently over the bunsen burner. It looks easy-but. have you ever tried it? All these things may look easy but they are still hard work. The wooclshop is always the scene of a lot of activity. Every boy is intent on finishing that salad bowl or end table as soon as pos- sible. Not too soon though, for it takes lots of time to get the pro- fessional-looking results. weak... Z Page nine bv.,- 4? -I-.I .. LV WE? Z Queen Carol waits with attendants Alice Ray. Barbara Swengel, for Philosopher Toni Sheppard to crown Marilyn Franz, and -Indy Nliller . . . her the official Violet Queen of '-52. ,.,'L60't6l1'tA67LeGfLOfZ.,. i'Rain. rain go away: come again another day." This wishful think- ing was heard all day long as Howe prepared to celebrate its fourteenth birthday. But Lady Luck wasnt with us, and for the first time in Howes history. the Nlay Pageant was held indoors. Props were rushed to the gym. and soon Carol Carmichael was crowned Violet Queen by Tom Sheppard, Philosopher. XVith her court: Alice Ray. Barbara Swengel. Marilyn Franz. judy Miller, and of course. the little crown bearer Nancy Ceier, she watched the tra- ditional Maypole Dance and other dances showing the progress of Howe. These were perfonned by the girls' physical education classes. Page ten ...uma awe... Thirteen certainly proved to be a lucky number for the jun- iors this year. Carol Pryor, Golden Girl, and jerry Lowe, Brown Boy. both juniors, pre- sided at the 13th annual Brown and Cold Dance. sponsored by the HILLTOPPER. The jinx of number 153 was chased away by a huge gilded horseshoe hang- ing from the center of the gym. During intermission the eight candidates, chosen by the jun' iors and seniors, were presented and the winners were an- nounced. Later in the program they led the colorful grand march. A record breaking crowd left 3 the gym full of happy memories, f- Kill' " ' after dancing into the wee hours of the night f12:00 il.H'l., fllilf In the usual order candidates Bob Pirtle, Daisy Harrison, Louis Hoynew. igj, Shirley Stewart, Ronnie Fox, Liz Iohnson are shown with B. B. ,lorry Lowe und C. C. Carol Pryor. Last minute instructions for . . The grand inareh. w w l Page clever: N uv' Page twelve XX "YVhew-made that oneli' Dave Taylor grins with relief as Tom Carnegie chalks up a right answer for Howe. This all took place during Howeis round of 'cQuiz Em On the Airf, But our right answers didnit come as fast as Lawrence Central's. and we were a few points short in the final round. ...ik Santa got plenty of Christ- mas lists this year! Everyone at the XVinter XVonderland Dance seemed to have a special item he wanted Santa to drop in his stocking. Here Carol Gainey and Ted Bechtel put on their looks of innocence and confide in good ole St. Nick. "Iuniors make history." Yes. for the first time in the Howes history the juniors held a proin. The idea started in the fall and kept getting bigger and bigger until. what do you know? There we were, on May 10. 1952, dancing and having a lot of fun at our first Junior Prom. "XVorking up steamln Yes, sirl Thatis our cheerleaders. These are the energy- packed kids who spend lots of time practicing and then at every game exert all their vigor and vim leading us in high-spirited yells. Starting the favorite "Loc-oinotiyen are Morris Cobb, Carol Carmichael, Ed Stevens, Sara Johnson, Ted Bechtel, and Arlene Hinkle. we 'ae Along with class jewelry, class colors, and a brand new homeroom in the cafeteria, comes a committee job for each senior, That means get- ting together after school to combine ideas for parties, or more seriously, to revise the class 'No comes Party, boys allowed." Thats the ruling which every year before the All-Girl Christmas when the feminine half of Howe gets to- constitution. But, of course, as you see here, getlier and really has a big time singing carols seniors have fun, too, even while they work. and playing games. i I N ,,. ,ef Page H1 irteen Marcia Shick shows DAR Good Citizen Rita Nagle snapshots she took while representing Howe at the U. N. this fall. Norman VVilkens and Marcia Shick recipients of the American Legion Citizenship Award for juniors receive congratulations from Dr. H. H. Nagle, of Irvington Post No. 38. i'Let ine call you sweetheartf. Boys of the Senior Hi-Y whistled this familiar refrain as they prepared for their annual Sweetheart Dance. Naturally. each fellow thouf1l'1t his gal would make the perfect sweetheart. hut when the candidates were announced. we found Xlarcia Shick. Carol Pryor. Marilyn Franz. Sharon Klusinan. and Helen Bunce vying for the honor. Finally. on Fehruary' 21, the hig night had arrivedg and Xlarcia Shick was intro- duced as the 1953 Hi-Y Sweetheart. Drum inajorettes that you saw performing so well at the football games this year were Shirley Hill, janet Stelfy. Alacque Wooden. Nlary Lou Richards. Suzanne Decker. and Beverly Clark. Page fourteen ga .. ' Q by f I r W i 1 i Q i a N W w N 1 -ZX. SENIOR HI-Y T BACK ROXV-Klittler, Hoyncs, Gvorgcscu. Ruftcry. f Stccle, XVcsterhaus, Rolny, Dawson, Burnett. ' THIRD ROXV-Thompson, Payne, Endo, Hunt, Clark. tCcorgcscu, Smith. SECOND ROXV-Mr. Hcniss-r, sponsorg Gray, Hel- L kema, Cradick, Schutt, Mills, Stevens, Toole, Mr. Busch- V N- haupt, sponsor. N ,QL , Asa Q. ji. , 5- 1 4. ,Ji 1 A, ix if r A gf., .,, . Mgf ' ,xml zfzgm ,jd FRONT ROW'-Brown. Cox, sou: Nlocabee, chap Sheppard. pres: XYilks-ns, V-prcsg NIL-Cormick, Sgt-at QITIUSQ Riegner, Ropp. BETA HI-Y BACK ROV'-Kocllikcr, Koe-rtgv, Babcock, secg Vogt Ray, R. Holneier, prcsg Spf-nu-r, treusq XVhipple. FRONT ROXV-King, Cox, Burck, Burkart, V-pres Oiler. Heed, Lawson, D. Homeier, chap. 3 xo X 33 Hifi' nnf SHESWFF ?fEDE??,fxL,3T' f2g5i,g5'g' 5 I nick woon , DI . K fs rg r' 5.5 its cfm anim 741.511-U1 V5 W 'M fl ft sufmrf CK WUUD Cmffffnrff Page sixteen THE FEDS MADE IT-and howl The Na- tionalists stared in awe as the election results showed 51 landslide for the Federalists. Mr. Kay- lor reports that it is the second time such an occurrence has happened nt Howe, and, believe me. the Nationalists hope it's the last time. The Nationalists did make a few gains in the county elections, which were held in the government classes. GMC! Carol Ransom, Federalist and lay Draper. Xa- tionalist, View a few of the inany campaign post- ers made for the election. Looks as though the Feds were hogging the hoard. Tom Sheppard, Jim Miller. Ted Helkena, and Cary Crawford, four of the key cninpuigners. do some g00Cl-1l2ltlIl'CCl boasting before the election. G' 1' v fi T fi 2 :ii - ,Q . fi lxgg . 6370 Remember Dick lVood? Even though NVoodie was injured in a football game last fall and couldnit take part personally in the election campaign, caucusing F ederalists still felt he was their best candidate. The party convention confirmed their choice. and soon everyone was talking about that little guy with the short burr. Campaign posters with "Vote for YVoodie" on them were up next morning and the whole party did their share of campaigning. It wasn't in vain either, as lVoodie was elected- HoWe's Governor of ,52. "Well lookee there-thats me." Showcases Surprisingly enough, the voting procedures took the place of TV sets as pictures of the went off with little commotion. Thirty seconds candidates were displayed. No commercials was the time limit so we had to work fast. either. Page seventeen 36 QE '. :fix A. V' F fi A' , ,4 V ,' - .2 E., 'ff fy' - " 9 Mx -:ff f .' ' , .Q .1-4 4 Y " 'mf' .3 A, - l .-ff - ' --. 1 - M.,-, +3 ,f I: 13' g- , rg 22 b,. 5 -r, 1 ,,j.-v' fg - ,. -.- .-'iv . ,. , h . -. 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FRONT ROXV-Koons, Starkey, Payne, Pirtle. Hardwicli. Rogers' Buns, King. Xlohr, Litterul, Moore, Slaughter. 4aalfJalfl'eamwin47af9 Page twenty Howe H owe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe I2 .. .20 I3 THOMPSON SETS SCORING RECORD VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHED L' LE . . . . . Tceh . . . . . Southport .. . . . hllllllllll . . ........ Attucks . . . . . Broad Ripple . . . . . Ren Davis . . . . . Anderson . . .... XVarren . . . . . Xlhshington 20 0 6 O 13 25 25 0 Li-roy Thompson shows his running form. Leroy was selected as the teaun s most vnlunhle player. His 105 points earned him the city-county scoring championship and set il new school scoring record. Proving powerful both on offense and defense, our Hornets fielded one of the best teams ever to play for Howe. Led by Leroy Thompson, who scored 105 points and was city-county champ in scoring Csetting a new school recordjg the pass combination of Ronnie Fox to Bob Schrier, which accounted for sb: touchdownsg and the brilliant defensive work of Tom Bruce, Bill Moore. Norman Mohr, and Bill Larsh, our Hornets rolled through the 1952 season losing only to Tech and XVarren Central. Tech scored two touchdowns in the opening minutes which proved to be the downfall of our Hornets. Howe completely outclassed Southpo1't's Cardinals to post their initial win of the season. Howe started a six-game winning streak with this victory. The victims included Manual, Broad Rip- ple, Attucks, Anderson, and Ben Davis. In the Anderson game, Dick VVood, a senior guard, in- jured his knee and was lost to the Hornets for the rest of the season. VVarren struck for two touch- downs in the last half to come from behind and pin a 25-18 defeat on our Hornets. Thompson, the city scoring champ, and Jack Shirey, the county scoring champ, each scored two touchdowns. In the final game of the season. Howe downed a weak VVashington team by the score of 26-0. Bob Pirtle and Bmce both scored their first touchdowns of the long season. At the annual athletic banquet, Thompson was voted the team's most valuable player. Ronnie Cooper, who did the punting during the season, was selected captain. Wood won the Kiwanis award for the best mental attitude. Thompson and Cooper won berths on the all-city football team. TOP-Armand Roach brings down a Manual player. Ronnie Cooper C143 is coming in fast. CENTER-Leroy Thompson HSD cuts through the line. Don Rees C 125 prepares to throw a block. Armand Roach C81 is in the background. BOTTOM-Leroy Thompson attempts to dodge a would-be taclder. flrcnty-1 A 5- .,wf,.f 1 '. V ."" V if' -ef B' . fs 5 ' l' 'V 3 ,Q V .4., ,t 5 . , 1, . , QLQQ Q, Q Q I ff ? Q V ' F 5 ' ' Vf ' .f - cg, 0 ,. , ,. . 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Q 3 7 R A y , 'Q ' Af, l 5 1-gg5iQ ' Q ' .iq 2 ,i Wt Q ' A , mi f 'i 9 'll + x"' ' lg P i A , i.ff,-so i B . . , Q ,544 ,, i lm '61 anon 'Tl i 3 23, - f Q' lg . . - , U P si ' 'H Bob Pirtle Ronnie Fox Norman Mohr Dick XVood Armand Roach Dick Rogers Tom Bruce Bill YValton Phil Hardwick Tom Litteral Don Rees Ronnie Cooper Dick Slaughter Dave Mattingly Bob Schrier Leroy Thompson Paul Bates Bill Payne Mike Bawley Bill Moore Phil Strader Leroy Heath Bill Larsh Don King Couch Sum Kelley The 1952 Football Queen was Jeanette O,DOIlOgl1ll6. Her court includes Betty Lee, Barbara Vo- gel, Donna Funk. Queen jeanette. Nancy Nitchman, and Carole Plyor. Bob Pirtle is the lucky boy who got to kiss Queen Ieanette. Also pictured are Betty Lee, Barbara Vogel and Donna Funk, members of the Queerfs court. Paul Bates, at right, seems to be wondering why he can't be as lucky as Bob. Bob Schrier Q17j dives for a loose ball in the XVarren game. Howe players pictured are Ar- mand Roach ! 82, Dick Slaughter f15j, and Dave Mattingly C16j. ,QQ 7 ...fe 5 Page twenty-three RESERVE l"OfYl'BAl,L TEAKI FRESHNIEN FOOTBALL TEAXI BACK ROXY-Bomly. Fu-cluml, Flwrt, Kiuscy, King. Sliiuk. Slllilll. Hum-. l"OllR'l'H ROXY-l"u1'cl, liltlflblll, Littlv, Ban'm's, klolmsun. Slllilll, lXlill'5iSL4lllQ'. 'llllllili Rclxv-Sil'1Illi'l'. SL'lnu'iclc'r. Spriugvr, llrupps, Pvytnn. l,mu-. Stn-ckly. Rugvrs. SICCONIJ HONY-Clgirk, Rupp, lltlillllilll, littingvr. llnulu- mmm. lfic-lcls. llilclrs-ill. l.4iY1'IlQ0UIl, FRONT HOU'-Austin. Pmiii. NiuCu1'1liivlQ. livaxlly. Laing- tm-fl, KJZIHSIIIRIII. Konus, Swityvii I lowc Howl' Howl' Howl' Howl' H Own- Howv Pug RESERVE F01 JTBAIJI, SCI IEDL' I .E IS I9 . . , 153 6 19 T. 13 1' twvniy-four ... Xlaimml . . . . .Xttucks U . . H011 Davis Brozul Ripple- lZ3 0 .. Suutliport . . . , Xv1ll'l'Cll XVAlSllillQ't0Il ll BACK ROXY-Abbott. Stvuulrt. Scluieinlvr. Hudwn. Xlitz- ,Qn-r, Ein-rg. Sclmtz. Nlinnis. Oilar. FOURTH ROW'-Littleton. Cruw. Ximm. Cullinx. -Liuluon. NYillits, Fulkcrsou. Nil-lcll. Neal. THIRD RON'-Vic. Mohler. Strulil. Dillx. Buy. Brinkman. Bnsluiiu. Hostottvr, Russell. SECOND ROXY-Sl1uH'c1', Xlnkc. Stcuzirt. Ulmcr. Booldt. Alwrauu, Brown. Nlyvrs, Bunyuni. Tlmmpsmm. FRONT ROW'-Engclkiuu. Lisly. ciilll1l'I'0l1. Brmulcr. Bros- wurt, Nivhols, Titus, Hilmvr. Parks. Fivlcls. l3l.u-k. FRESHNIEN FOOTBALL SCHEDL' LE llowc 0 ...,.................... Howl' 12 . . . llowv 20 . . . Howe 1-1 . .. Howv 26 . . . Howv 19 . . . H owe T . . , .. Xlauuuil 26 . . . . Attucks O .. Ben Davis 14 Pmuui Ripple 14 .. Southport 0 . . . . YVarren 6 XYashingtou T I Owe! w uw? CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 5 it Howe 30 ..... Attucks 25 Howe 25 . . . . . . Washington 23 sw I Howe 32 . . . .. . Bloomington 23 Howe -15 . . . . . . ....... Anderson 15 Howe 25 ................. Vfarren 30 Howe 30 .... Ripple 46 .... NVarren 47 Howe 32 .... ....... Howe 27 .... Howe 21 . . . City Meet .... Sectional ............ "' Low score wins in cr Muncie Burris 23 . . . Columbus 29 . . . Ben Davis 34 . . Howe fourth . . . . Howe fourth oss country VARSITY STANDOUTS BACK ROXV-Thomas. Harpolcl. McCormick. Earle, Coach Bowman FRONT ROXV-Ste-rhu, Steele, Roach, Burck. 011.044 leam ' Lifted 4510419 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM BACK ROXV-Steele, I. Eacle, R. Hackleman, Nic-Cauihey, FRONT ROXV-P. Hackleman, Thomas, Burek, Nic-Cormiclc Bottemu, Smith, D. Homeier. B. Ezule, Stevens, XVcstcrhaus, Coach Bowman. SECOND ROXV-Vogt, Sterba, R. Homeier, Lanham, Roe- der, Harpold, Jackson, Freeman. Page twenty-five X A ' 4, --A-on qw v uf .1 4 O . l Nl' .1 4 3 , W 'gc 1' , n . 1- f'M4' ll! N., 'ffl' v 'P 'I ll, ' i ,, Z 'I 1 fi Q s 'f , u wk. Y , u . ,fs 1 f -X .4.z,7 ll. .45 ,.j if 'QA27 . 'U .'l n , - fi "uf 'I' 5 I WJ. rw. , . ' F 1 -., .,: . n f," , . Hg 54' 99: A 1 'x . r ,Q .fur 4 rx 4 Y ' 'eff . H' . 'ffl '. ul!! Ti' V 1" X . fm - ' 4 :J - .' ' Y' ., v ,W ' I I ,I fi nv! ' :Gif A 4IW,34TiE,,J a. A -HI . ',' 3 , " , :nf LY' V L'-kj' Y. ' I qjlbiyyfil ' p, x 4 ', s- V ' 'tx ,pw y ,v . - . I -4 g-v F .x- 'iltbf F, , A M . t ' 'fn JL ,I 'xillwix' Y . 'lY,S1hw,,.'Ll, 'f' QL' 41.5 " V 5"f f , nhl -JL "L 'L N . QQ, 9' I 9 ,lx , , . ,3-ix' i ig',,1L.'fI ' Y . D N I v 'I 51,5 ' 'I U I' -M , ,Hg ,. x ' -, , xl I 1'1" gm , s ,v . ' 1 .-- W Iv, . "Ulf- .:!f.-:e . Liz johnson fCenterU reigned as queen of the 1952-53 basket- ball season. She was crowned at the New Albany game by co- captains Leroy Thompson and Bob Schrier. fTopQ Leroy makes it "official" by kissing Liz while the rest of her court looks on. CBotto1nj Included in her court were Nancy Nitchman, Judy Brown, Queen Liz, Suzanne Parker, Frances Carroll. fSecond Rowj Susan Stirling, Joanne Cassert, and Sue Slaughter. qv. Coach Lewis Cilfoy's boys finished a most suc- cessful season on the court with a record of 16 wins and 7 defeats. Included in Howes victories were thrilling wins over Columbus, Lebanon, and New Albany. Howe won its own invitational tournament by defeating Roosevelt of East Chicago and previously unbeaten Alexandria. Our Hornets drew Beech Grove in the Erst round of Sectional play. After win- ning over both Beech Grove and Broad Ripple, the Hornets fell before Crispus Attucks, the eventual champ, in a brilliantly played game. Howe sported Bob Schrier and Don Rees as its one-two scoring punch. Bob finished second in the city scoring race behind Bryant of Attucks. Together Schrier and Rees averaged a nifty 35 points a game. At the annual banquet, Don Rees was selected as the most valuable player, and Bob Pirtle received the best mental attitude award. VARSITY BACK ROWV-Taylor, Schrier, Cox, Rees, Heitz. SECOND ROXV-Corbin, Hoynes, Garland, Civan, Baker. VARSITY SCHEDULE Howe 42 ..................... WVashington 51 Howe 68 .....................,.. Franklin 46 Howe 57 . . . . . Connersville 51 Howe 54 ............. Manual 57 Howe 59 . .. .....,.... Board Ripple 50 Howe 553 . . . . . . E. Chicago Roosevelt 51 Howe 65 .......,... Alexandria 48 Howe 42 . . . . . . South Bend Adams 54 Howe 58 .......... Southport 56 Howe 50 ........... Columbus 49 Howe 47 ............. Shortridge 53 Howe 70 . .. .. . Terre Haute Garfield 54 Howe 48 .... .............,. T ech 50 Howe 48 . .. .. Lawrence Central 33 Howe 50 . .. ,. . Crispus Attucks 59 Howe 52 . .. ...... Ben Davis 33 Howe 75 ..... Cathedral 53 'Howe 55 New Albany 53 Howe 53 .................. YVarren Central 51 "Howe 55 ........................ Lebanon 53 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Howe 77 ...,......,......... Beech Grove 44 Howe 71 .................... Broad Ripple 59 Howe 48 ......... Crispus Attucks 59 ' Triple Overtime - M Overtime BASKETBALL rnuiv 1' ROXV-Coach Gilfoy, Billingsley, XYalton. Thomp- son, Pirtle, Fox, Young, student manager. I 3 . i 3 Page twenty-seven Jmezd ' W, TUV Llillvl'-Umm Rws taxkvs il rf-lmuml in tlu- Brnqul TOP RIGHT-Rvws 155 gots in stridv uftcr taking ll Hllmh' Q1"m'- l't'l'l0llHKI. Schrivr LQQF xxulita for il pmsilwlv pass. l,lCl"T CICNTICH-H1-vs L55 :md L4-my Thcmmpsnn i ,. ar .' V x 1 . y HH iump high for ll I'L'I7UllIlll in ilu' lAlNVl'l'llL'1' !Llll1l'. ,HH'H' "L5'11B'5L""QL Nh tru 'I Xhot m tht 1401, gk.lml.,4 Q22-5 :md BDI, pmll. uVim.1,- Hupplv gzum-. Bull XM1ltun qL..w1 .md llrtlv look on. BOTTONI LEl"'l'-Tlmlllpmlm H205 tqllws .1 ra-lmuml. B0'I"V0Nl RIUHT'Rl'l" N5i P505 'Ur 41 shm iv fhf H4-vs C53 NYiltL'lllN :lvtiml in Un- Slmulhimlgm' LIQIINU. Hipplc gamma Pugf' fu'rnty'4'i,gl1t l Leroy Thompson Don Rees I i Bob Schrier l Bob Pirtle I I Ronnie Fox E Coach Lewis Gilfoy l Coach Rex Anderson Bill YValton l l l L Price Garland Larry Cox l Phil Corbin Louie Hoynes l 1 ,P x vs- - nr- X ., ,5- h! 14" v iw , , gf ,fv- r'i - wr-rx z 'N an ,,, a 5.5- is ec..-5' lrsn ,L L .6745 ,gg f- , ' ,Q 4 , .N 0- X 4 io ,N 1 as ., Y ,. s..,,,,, ix fi' ort - wc" ve s fs' '- 7 ,I LEFT-Cox 135D and Thompson flll jump for a loose ball in RIGHT-Schrier C221 and Rees 155 jump high for ai rebound 1n re New Albany game. Schxier 1221 watches action in this tense the Lawrence ball game. Pirtle and Thompson watch. 1 Page twenty-nine 3 Yl VV? 'KURYETS Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe H owe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Overtime ' ' Double Overtime Page thirty l auf' 3552! QW gy ,.., - HNF 44 3313 l .fmnjl X af 'B' Q RESERVE SCHEDULE FRESHMAN YVashington .............Tech 22 Howe . . . . . Franklin 22 Howe .. . Conncrsville 19 Hoxyre . . . . . . . Manual QT Howe , . . . Broad Ripple 39 Hoxve South Bend Adams 4-1 I-Ioxve . . . . . . . Southport 38 Hoyve . . , . Columbus 48 Hoxve . . . Shortridge 31 Hoxve 47 Howe Lawrence Central 29 Howe .. Crispus Attucks 33 Hoxxre . . . . . Ben Davis 35 Hoxve . . . . Cathedral 50 Ifloyve . . . . . New Albany 32 H ow 6 . . Warren Central 34 Howe . . . . . . Lebanon 42 Howe Howe RESERVE BASKETBALL BACK ROXV-Spears, Lef- fler, Bell, Strader, Kollmeyer. SECOND ROXV - Kinsey, Bryant, Xlbodbury, Layton. FRONT ROVV-Coach An- derson, Davis, Bone, Peters, Parrish. FRESHNI.-KN BASKETBALL BACK ROYV-Rudicill, student manager, Black, Civ- an, Broun, Gosnell, Smith, Hankins, student manager. SECOND ROXV-D. Stew- art, Harvey. Ulmer, Kirkham, Abram, Dove. Bowles, Schnei- der. FRONT ROW'-Coach Edds. Oilar. K. Stewart. Boeldt. Cam eron. Bey. Thompson. SCHEDULE . . . VVashington 34 ...... Ben Davis -1-1 . , . NVarren Central 20 . . . . . . . Southport 40 .. . Columbus 33 . . . Shortridge :ZS . . . . . . . . Franklin 38 , . . Crispus Attucks 38 . . . . . . Franklin 36 Tech 48 . . . . Broad Ripple 41 Ben Davis 41 . . . . Cathedral 45 . . . XVashington 25 . . . . Sacred Heart 22 Crispus Attucks 29 Tech 42 . . . . Manual 37 VARSITY GOLF TEAM BACK ROXV--Ray, Peters. G. Horny, Bell, Osburn, XI. Roiny. SECOND ROXV- XV 0 0 db u r y, XVhipple, Bone. Rader, Gansman FRONT ROYV-Coach L e m l e y, XVi1liarns, Boggs, Schutt, Ball. 3 i 5 ' A Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe 4 V2 .... 11 . 4 16 23 6 1256 2916 GOLF SCHEDULE 19512 . .. Noblesville 1 .. A Technical 13 .. Shortridge 14 . . . . . . Cathedral 2 . VVarren Central 1 . . Crawfordsville 9 . . . . . Noblesville 215 Lawrence Central 17 . . . . XVashington TV2 Howe 656 ....... Broad Ripple 14Vg Howe 31f2 ......... Shortridge 1-11!2 Martinsville Invitational ,.i. Howe 4th Batesville Tourney ........ Howe 2nd City Tourney ..........,... Howe 4th State Sectional Tourney. . . .Howe Qnd State Finals .............., Howe 6th lnhammah Howes intramural program, sponsored by Mr. Alvin Geier, offered shuilieboard, volleyball, badminton, ping pong, and bowling as well as basketball and baseball to boys not participating in inter-school athletics. Basketball opened the season with evening play in two leagues. Ping pong and other in- door tournaments bridged the gap to base- ball. Winners received recognition on Honors Day in June. Page thirty-one Banda!! 7104151 ' ' mum This years baseball squad finished their season with a record of 12 wins and 6 losses, the best record in baseball since Howe began the SPOI1 in 1948. lVayne LeBeau limited the Greenwood team to four hits and struck out 10, as Howe won its opener 12--1. Bob Henninger had three hits to lead Howe at bat. Howes Hornets next defeated Green- field in a close game 5-3. Dick Stanley whiffed 13 and held Greenfield to six hits. In the first doubleheader in Howels history, our Hornets split, defeating Shortridge in a thriller 3-2, then losing to Zionsville -1-1. Cathedral's Bob Springer held Howe to three hits, gaining a -1-0 victory. Dick Stanley threw a two hitter to gain his third pitching victory as Howe shut out XVashington 5-0. Lawrence Central was Howes next opponent and they were subdued to the tune of 10-2. LeBeau won his second game by limiting the Bears to four hits. Dick Schrier had two triples and a single and Dick Schrier, right, demonstrates the batting stance that helped him to become the team's leading hitter. Bob Schrier, left, demonstrates his follow-through. Both Bob and Dick helped the Hornets to a winning SCQISOII. Page tliirfy-Iwo Tom Cisco, a triple. to lead Howe at bat. South- port was next to fall before our Homets. -1-1. Stan- ley won his fourth game by pitching six-hit ball and striking out six. Bob Schrier and Bob Pirtle each had two hits and Bob Henninger hit a homer to help Howe's cause. Howe went on a batting splurge collecting 15 hits and as many runs in a romp over Manual 15-3. Howe batters again put on their hitting clothes and over-powered Attucks. 17-1. Dale Davis got a home run, and Bonnie Fox got credit for the win. Howe met Shortridge again and this time was de- feated 11-9. Ben Davis, playing on their home Held. downed our Hornets 4-3 in a very close game. Dick Schrier had three hits in three times at bat to lead Howe. Howe next played Broad Ripple and defeated them 4-2. Bob Pirtle had three hits, including a double and triple and Bobby Schrier added two hits to lead Howe at the plate. Howe defeated Attucks in a game played at Ellenberger, 6-3. Dale Davis had three hits to lead Howe at bat. Anderson scored 11 runs in the sixth inning and defeated our Homets 17-8. Playing Cathedral for a second time, our Pierson-men defeated them 6-1. In the city tourney. Shortridges city champs behind Denny Krick's no-hit pitching. de- feated the boys from Irvington S-0. Dick and Bob Schrier and Dale Davis each had two hits as Howe won the sea- son's finale from XVarren, 9-3. Dick Stan- ley, the leading pitcher. won six games. Dick Schrier, the leading hitter, hit .-150. Bob Pirtle was the most valuable player and Tom Cisco won the Kiwanis Award for the best mental attitude. Coach Gilfoy's reserve boys finished their season with three wins and two losses. Don Layton and Bill Payne led the reserves in hitting. VARSITY BASEBALL SCHE DULE Howe 1:2 ...... Greenwood 4 Howe 5 .. Creenlield 3 Howe 3 .. Shortridge 2 Howe 0 . . . . . Cathedral 4 Howe 5 . . . . XVashington 0 Howe 10 .. . .. Lawrence 2 Howe -1 . . . . . Southport 1 VARSITY BASEBALL Howe Howe Howe Howe Howe H owe Howe Howe Howe 15 17 9 3 -1 6 8 6 0 BACK RONY-Shepparcl, Luke, Shirley, Davis, Ht-nnin, Ll Henry, B. Schrier, Layton, Nieman. FIRST ROXV-Thompson, LQBI-au, Hall, D. Schrier, Cooper, Pirtle, Cisco, Coach Pierson. .. Manual .. Attacks Shortriclge Ben Davis Br. Ripple .. Attacks Anderson Cathedral Shortriclqe 3 1 11 I 4 2 3 7 1 S Howe 9 ....... XVarren 3 RESERVE BASE BALL Howe H owe Howe Howe H owe SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . Cathedral 1 . . . . . . XVashington 3 . . . ..,... Manual 0 . . . . . . Br. Ripple 3 . . . .,... Tech 0 RESERVE BASEBALL BACK RUXY-Coach Cilfoy, Kinsey, Stranler, Yan Arsrlel, Bone, Bogaurt, Selina-iclcr, Collins, Alontgoine-ry, Miller. FIRST ROYI'-Layton, Fox, Billingsley, Payne, Little, Corbin, Alexander, Ln-flier. Springer. Page thirty-three eincfwunen climax Jeafian 'VARSITY TRACK SCHEDKLE Q Howe 67 Howe won 9 out ot IO duul meets this season Howe 341., with an outstanding team. In the AV2l1'1'6'l'l meet, Howe 50 Claude Stuart had five firsts. At the Hoosier Re- HOW' 8120 Howe 81 laws. our distance medlex' team placed first. Stuart H 8- ' ' . 1 1 owe 0 set ai new record for Howe with a high jump of Hom. - 5' I11,f1". Our Hornets captured the Sectional at Howe 8414 . ...NYurrc1i5-I34... Tech. Dave Boucher, Don Thomas, and Stuart were HUWC 75 - --.. --...-...... . Howe 62 ....................... standout performers. Lmvrem-e Central . 1312 . ................ . . . . . . Xllirrcn 33 Broad Ripple T315 . Bloomington -18 Ben Ilavis 3515 '36 an -JJ .. . .. Attuclvii .. . Southport -1212 I6 Nluucic Central 42 . . . .. . Xlnnuul ,. . Columbus 56 Sectional 5534: Regional IFS: State 21 City Klee-t -lthp Inclin- napolis Relays 5th. pi : ,i an 1 if E'rfiQf W 5 . 'tw--a - i 1 coo. Q- Lcft-Boh lintlc sets pzice in the mile relay at Tech. Right Center-Don Thomas shows tht- form that helped Left Center-Alike He-rchent rounds tum in Stride. him get mxw records m tho hurdles' Right-jerry Vlilker is nipped at the mire. Page thirty-four VARSITY TRACK TEAM dreth. Fox Roach. E ll d e Coach Bowman FRONT ROV ford. Merchant Stuart, Allen lin. V I BACK ROV'- Xlt-Xlnster. Hil- -Thomas. Staf- AA-ll l k er. Chap- winning Seclianal FRESHXIEN TRACK BACK ROXY-Suhr, Preston, Eltzroth. Rmmlcr, Kirkhzun, Pr-rrr-y, Ayur, Schick, Smith. SECOND ROXY-Hurrlmnun, Fnrcl. Lullix. Fittz, xvllltlllitlf. Strungv. Riclgc, Bryant. FIRST RONY-Starkey. Burknrl. Bun:-, Ho- nrcier. XlL'ClDfl1llQ'K. ,lilL'kh-till, Austin. Xlarrsisclnky. Rowlcy. RESERVE TRACK BACK ROXV-Mills, Stvvklcy, NVQ-str-rlugrm, Lowe, Cernmc-k, Stvcle, Stumph, Sewell. SECOND ROXV-cle Lurlgluclv, Garland, Bos- tic, XIcNr-uk-y, Hacklcmun. Thomas, Freeman, Holtnum. FIRST ROXV-Coach Anderson, Burck, Ponti, Tillery, McCorrnick, McMaster, Jenkins. Nancy Crossley was selected as the 1952 Track Queen. The court includes Betty Loc, Dorothy Hurholcl, Nancy, Donna Funk, rmcl Barbara Vogel. X A ' 4, --A-on qw v uf .1 4 O . l Nl' .1 4 3 , W 'gc 1' , n . 1- f'M4' ll! N., 'ffl' v 'P 'I ll, ' i ,, Z 'I 1 fi Q s 'f , u wk. Y , u . ,fs 1 f -X .4.z,7 ll. .45 ,.j if 'QA27 . 'U .'l n , - fi "uf 'I' 5 I WJ. rw. , . ' F 1 -., .,: . n f," , . Hg 54' 99: A 1 'x . r ,Q .fur 4 rx 4 Y ' 'eff . H' . 'ffl '. ul!! Ti' V 1" X . fm - ' 4 :J - .' ' Y' ., v ,W ' I I ,I fi nv! ' :Gif A 4IW,34TiE,,J a. A -HI . ',' 3 , " , :nf LY' V L'-kj' Y. ' I qjlbiyyfil ' p, x 4 ', s- V ' 'tx ,pw y ,v . - . I -4 g-v F .x- 'iltbf F, , A M . t ' 'fn JL ,I 'xillwix' Y . 'lY,S1hw,,.'Ll, 'f' QL' 41.5 " V 5"f f , nhl -JL "L 'L N . QQ, 9' I 9 ,lx , , . ,3-ix' i ig',,1L.'fI ' Y . D N I v 'I 51,5 ' 'I U I' -M , ,Hg ,. x ' -, , xl I 1'1" gm , s ,v . ' 1 .-- W Iv, . "Ulf- .:!f.-:e . VM., 'NNW' J- Pagc' thirty-six l 's Presiding over the CAA this year are Margie Black, vice president, Judy Henderson, president, and Janice Brown, secretary. Junior lifesavers of CAA swam at the YXVCA twice a week. These girls are excellent swimmers and learn the funda- mentals of life saving from Miss Diehl. They learn the proper holds for life saving, and also how to apply artificial respiration. XVatching Dottie Cayton are Janice Brown. Jane Vogt, Dever Mc-Caslin, Sylvia Miller. Barbara Hen- ninger, Janet Cillon. and Melinda Buckley. On December 19. the YVinter YYon- derland Dance was held in the Howe Cym, after school. Candidates for king were nominated by classes. freshmen. sophomore, junior, and senior. King Cary Crawford, senior. was crowned during the intermission. The Howe Dance Band played and entertainment included songs from Miss LaRue. Donna XVest, and Beverly XVeevie. In keeping with the spirit of the event. Santa paid a visit to the dance. Candidates were Cseatedl Mike LeHler. Gary Crawford, Jerry Lowe, fstandingl Tom Sheppard. Don King. Dick Patterson. Kent Stew- art, and Dick Ponti. Q. 14. 14. This year the girls of the GAA have really been busy. In addition to their regular meetings on Thursday aftemoon, they bowled at the Fox-Hunt alley on Mondays, and swam in the YXVCA pool on Mondays and XVednesdays. CAA members can participate in any or all of the following sports: swimming, bowling, golf, apparatus, track. and many more. In the spring, the CAA held its annual outdoor track meet. and a gym meet con- sisting of apparatus. rings. and tumbling events. On December 19. the CAA joined forces with the Letter- mens Club to sponsor the XVinter XVonderlancl Dance. TOP RUN'-XIcCaslin. Coetzke, Mueller. Nlillixrd. SECOND ROV'-Nlills. Slnogren. Wlmitelt-y. Cayton, Long. Blat-k. Cassert. Burk. Hueston. Vogt. Henninger, Dunbar. Hudson. Brown. Brown. THIRD ROV'-Green. Innes. Cillon. But-lxlcy. Bergen. FRONT ROXY-Dorsett. Keith. Xlontgonnry. Camp- Penn. Kolsky. Dorsett. hell, Schneider. Becker. Rassmarm. W 1 Page thirty-.s-even f'3eik ' line aofiazlllied 4 Amy BACK ROV'-Ray, Myers. Dc-Noon, C. Romy, McCallister. Holtman. Hatcher. jackson. Vidal. Heitz. THIRD ROM'-Tinklc, Morgan, Cusick, Lowe, H. Miller, R. Cassert, Franklin. Smith. Ford. SECOND ROXV-AI. Casscrt, -I. A. Miller, Dunigan, Austin, Greene, J. Miller, Parrish. Steckley, Foster. FRONT ROW-Yoos, XVatkins. NYallace, Harper, Young, Rollings, M. Ronny, Price. Spurgeon. Our choir sang at the Indiana State Fair. Open House in November. Christmas Com- munity Sing. on the Monument steps at Christ- mas time. P.-TA., -100 Club meeting. radio broadcasts. and various church and civic affairs. The annual Music Festival, in which all vocal music groups participated. was held May 1. The choir is under the direction of Mr. Frank XVatkins. Mr. and Miss Music of 1952 were Donna Funk and Bob Hoffman. They were crowned at the Band Festival in March. BACK ROXV-Fountain, Tanselle, XVest, Stevens, Castor. THIRD ROXV-Anderson, Kirkham, Gainey, Green, Voeller, Crease. SECOND ROXV-Jacobs, Johnson, Baker, Suhr, Lewis, King. FRONT ROXV-Shick, Bowen, Fisher, Wfeevie, Funk. LEFT TO RIGHT-H. jackson, Osburn, Tooley, Hib- ner, Austin, D. Jackson, Pfeiffer, Hoffman, Steiner. E I Under the leadership of Mr. Frank Xvatkins, the girls octet has sung for church and civic organiza- tions throughout the city. The octet has achieved a Ene reputa- tion for Howeis music department through their many appearances. Patsy Shannon and Ianice Kapp replaced Pat Dunigan and Shirley XV atkins in January. Mr. Paul Saunders directs the newly organized boys octet, which was formed in Ianuary. They have appeared in the Pleasant Run Re- vue, and at assembly dances, and other affairs. BACK ROWV-Yoos, Funk, Tinkle, Myers, Dunigan. FRONT ROXV-VVeevie, Fountain, YVatkins, Baker. 0 A BAND NIENIBERS Don Allen, jim Applegate, Boh Baugh, Ben Benefiel, lien Bennett, Mary Bergen, Charles Bone, Joyce Broe- king, Ronald Bunyard, Ronnie Chambers, jim Chandler. Bill Gates, Pat Gillespie, XYalter Harris, Haskins Hatcher, Ted Ht'lli6lllLl, Sam Hiatt, john Holohek, Doug jackson, Hat lenkins, Boh Lanham, Dave Lic-htenauer. Howard Xlt-Clain, Kathryn NIL-Cuhhins, Rolland McMaster, Hugh CHORALAIRES Nlaloy, Hoyt Miller, john Miller, Sara Miller, Don Xlott, Dick Patterson, Fred Peggs, Paul Proctor, Alive Ray. Boh Reed, -lim Reinecke, .lack Riches, Hike Romy. Ruth jo Rosser. lon Sauer, Bill Sc-heerer. Harry Smith. Bill Sohn, -lack Spratt, Bruce Stewart, Phil Strohl. Phil Surratt, jerry Switzer, Dave Taylor. Nick Vie. Margaret Weber, Bev XYeevie, George YVoodhury, Bill XYorrt-ll. BACK ROXV-Poggiani, Babcock, Harrison, Oilar, XYillartl. Bennett. Iohn- son, Little, Crider. SECOND RONV-XYyand, Yoos, Shew, XValker, Summers, Faun, Ford. Auhrcy. FRONT ROXY-Miller, XVood, Newcomer, Carroll. Andrews, Fischer, Dill. ' ' Howes band, of sixty mem- - e -' ' hers, marched in their new uni- forms at eight home football A Q i4't V M VW . QVXL N ' A ' games. The Annual Band Fes- s 3? , V ,gg ffl' tival was patterned after the it 5 x Y px N Boston Pops Concerts. Howe 'rv on QA' M ' X FZ ' was the first high school in the X :QV r ,lieth city to present a concert of this A " " " W Qi type. The band also played V l ' at Open House in November. Page forty-two Christnias Community Sing, Commencement in june. many assemblies. and other commu- nity appearances. The Choralaires. our all girl choir, sang at Open House. on the Xlonunient steps at Christ- mas time. the Christmas assem- hly, the Group Sing at Short- ridge in january, and "Young America Sings", a radio program. The Dance Band provided the musical continuity for the Pleas- ant Run Revue. The organiza- tion is entirely new this year with the exception of one mem- ber. They also played at the senior winter and spring parties. the YV inter YVonderland Dance. and grade school P-T. A. meet- ings. The orchestra, appearing in new uniforms, provided inci- dental music for nl Remember Mamaf, and played at Open House, the Orchestra Festival in December, an assembly. dis- trict orchestra contest of I. S. NI. A., the senior play and Grade School Orchestra Festival. DANCE BAND LEFT TO RICHT-Hatulier, Peggs, Hiatt, Chandler, Hololuc-la, Snrratt Suitr Saunders, Baugh, Nlott, Nliller. NOT PICTURED-Allen. afzcfaeftlfza ORCHESTRA Joyce Alger, Nancy Bergen, Bob Bettcher, Charles Ellen Hackney, Haskins Hatcher, Dick Hildreth, P Bone, Joann Brown, James Chandler, Carolyn Christie, trieia Lznvhorn, Ruby Merkel, Don Mott. Eugene Ochs Virginia Crider, John Edwards, Lois Eikenberry, Ronald Jeannine Rapp, Cheenu Rassman, Ruth jo Rosser, Richard Freeland, YVendcll Freeman, Linda French, Shirley Car- XVillits, Kenneth Bennett. rett, janet Cillon. Nancy and Alice supervise Laura as she writes copy for the introductory section. Nmlhm Our staff this year was the largest ever used at Howe to produce a year- book. The 19553 staff was headed by Alice Ray as editor-in-chief. She was assisted by Laura Fountain. associate editorg Nancy Endicott. copy editorg Barbara Brantner, business manager: Marcia Blake, assistant business man- agerg jackie Ulmer and Shirley Klut- kins, senior co-editors: Tom Hunt. sports editor: Nancy Pilueger and Dave Taylor, assistant sports editors: Carol Jacobs, club editor: Linda Huff- man, activities editor: Marilyn Moffett and Liz johnson, co-underclassmen editorsg Ann Bowen, make-up editorg Barbara Bennett. Barbara Fiers, and Carol Kinsman. assistant make-up editors. jackie, Shirley, Liz and Marilyn compare the size of their pictures and the wav they will bc mounted. W' fb' ,Z Barbara, Barb, Ann. and Carol smooth out some of the many mount- ing problems. Q' WRX! Page forty-four 1 Z lfwmecfaul... For the first time in Howe's his- tory the gals bought the tickets and provided corsages for their dates for the staff-sponsored "Turn- about Twirlv in April of 1952. Laura Fountain, Carol Jacobs, and Alice Ray were our represent- atives at Indiana University for the Indiana High School journal- ism Institute in july. These girls made the layout for the dummy from which this yearbook is pro- duced. During Teachers Conven- tion Laura Fountain, Linda Huff- man. Barbara Fiers, Carol Iacobs, and Liz johnson went to Franklin to the I. H. S. P. A. convention. We attended special lectures on various phases of producing a year- book. In the midst of planning the dummy and getting pictures taken came the Brown and Cold. Every- thing was tossed aside while prep- arations were made for the dance. Deadlines always came too soon. VVe hurried to get our work done and then we would discover that some pictures or copy were over- looked or misplaced. WVe wish to express our thanks to Mr. Robert Keene of the India- napolis Engraving Companyg Mr. Robert Moorhead of the Central Publishing Compauyg Mr. Cilbert Richey for the architectural draw- ing of the new wingg and to Mr. E. C. Loudermilk for his help with the pictures. Pondering some of the expense prob- lems of producing a yearbook are Mar- cia and Barbara. Linda and Carol check dates for the many pictures that must be taken. Tom, Nancy, and Dave are selecting the sports pictures to be used in their section. - A - , . ' -.x"""1a,-I. .fm ' it 5155 Wiki QQJQ'-r--:ks 'Q C LEA wmwwn Nw' xxelagliixx Q ' 'il'Ju Xkxmfiovvev- 'You M153 we 95' -qyygyqgg QMVSL NAC X5 1vx'9nxvXP- 3 STANDING-Robinson, McMillan. SEATED-Henry, Rascncr, Craig, STANDING-Myers, Fisk, Tansellc, DeNoon. SEATED-Yoos, VVood, Armstrong, XVyand, Powell, Harrison. ...dm In May of this year. the TOXVER celebrated its fourteenth year of publication. The bi-weekly news- paper had more issues published than ever before in its history. Staffers Nancy Nlcfxlillan and Marilyn Rasener at- tended the Indiana High School journalism Institute in july at I. U. They learned new ways of layout, advertising and how to make money. In October. Nancy, Marilyn, Nancy Tanselle and Kathleen Craig attended the I.H.S.P.A. Convention, where they went to various meetings about newspaper publishing, Members of the business staff sell and write the advertisements which appear in the TOXVER. This staff includes Barbara Swengel, business manager: Tom Sheppard, financial manager: Bill Payne, make-up edi- torg jon Sauer, advertising manager, Marilyn Rasener, billingg Marcia Shick. shoppers columnist. Ls., . ,.....-.- Pllgt' forty-.vix 70208K Larry Robinson headed the staff this year as editor-in-chief. XVorking with him were: Nancy McMillan, asst. ed., Kathleen Craig, page 2 ed.: Marilyn Rasener, page 3 ed., Gary Henry, page 4 ed.g Jeane Cogill, Carol Fisk, Marcia Shick. Barb Swengel, Nancy Tanselle, Susie XVallace, feature staff: Cathie Mosiman, Charles Russell, editorial staffq Mary Bergen, Louie Hoynes, Bob Schrier, Tom Shep- pard, Tom Steele, sports staff, Nancy Armstrong, Carolyn Collins, Don DeNoon, Daisy Harrison, Anne Lewis, Phyllis Myers, Brenda Powell, Carole Pryor, Janet Turner, Carol XVood, Nancy XVyand, Jeanne Yoos, reporters, Jean Riches, Judy Stucky, Gene Toole, Jessie Wuster, copy editors, Virginia Crider, Earlene Terry, proofreadersg Dixie Pruitt, exchange ed., Ellen Schon, circulation ecl.g Price Garland, Helen Houser, Cartoonists: JoAnn Roberts, picture ed., Carol Vogt, Gloria XVillard, typists. TOP PICTURE-Standing, Toole, Cook. Seated Pruett, Stucky, Riches, Wuster. THIRD-Standing, Crider, VVillarcl, Schon. Seated, Terry, Vogt, Roberts. SECOND-Standing, Steele, Sheppard, Schrier, Hoynes. Seated, Garland, Houser, Henry. BOTTOM RIGHT-Standing, Sheppard, Payne, Sauer. Seated, Swengel, Rasener, Shick. BOTTOM LEFT-Standing, Turner, Nagle, Ber- gen. Seated, Swengel, Cogill, Gaston. I .li gg W I :k:. .r. 0,13 V ' i 1 3 -MN., On March 19 and 20, the curtains opened on the 1953 Pleasant Run Revue climax- ing weeks and weeks of hard Work. First, there were the tryouts-hours of prac- ticing and then those agon- izing days of uOh, I Wonder if we made it.', But that was only the beginning! After the suspense was broken, those acts selected soon found the meaning of real work. Rehearsals and then more rehearsals were ac- companied by stacks of homework Koh, those villai- nous teacherslj. Behind the scenes were the director, Mr. Darrell Gooch and his faculty assist- l1l1tS, Misses Shirley Diehl, lvlarjorie LaRue, and jac- queline Smith. Page forty-eight .QW v Nw, X, , A131 Og rf' :',.-1 gi. x Eu 4, 1, a I P.R.R.ala'77! As we tuned in our make- believe TV screen the girls' octet appeared singing "Life Upon the VVicked Stagef, Before we had a chance to get situated, we were hit with a fast-moving western, 'kDangerous Dan Mc-Grewf, By this time we knew that we were in for a very en- joyable evening. For the children there was "Snow YVhite and the Ten Squares" and for the adults, that favo- rite quiz show, "YVhat,s My Talentf' As usual, the old movies found their way to the screen, and we sat tear- fully through the "Agonies of Adelinef, These were just a few of the wonderful acts in our PRR a la TV. Page forty-nine Page fifty aafliqfzl Reaefefut 'il Remember Nlarnan was the three- act play produced by the Footlight Revelers this year. Nlr. Darrell Gooch directed the comedy. Rita Nagle is pres- ident of the club: other otlicers are Nor- man XYilkens. Nancy Endicott. and Iohn Gooch, BACK ROV'-Staley. X. Xlilkcns. Gooch. Liclitcnaucr. Hiatt. Lewis. Nagle. Franz. 1. Klillvr. THIRD ROXY-Taylor. Bennett. Harbison, Armstrong. Endicott. Xcwlwergcr. Collins. Eann. SECOND ROXY-XYl1yte. K. NYillienS. Tan- sclle. Little. Fisk. Cayton. XYilson. Roberts, FRONT ROV'-H. Xlillcr. XVallcer. Houser. Stirling, Galagher, Rasener. Becker. .Murphy For the first time the Student Council sponsored an all-freshman party for the mid- year freshmen. They surprised Mr. Sharp with a birthday cake at Open House, ushered at Open House, collected money as a Christ- mas gift for milk lunches for needy children, sponsored the March of Dimes collection at the Lawrence Central basketball game. held a sectional pep assembly, crowning of basket- ball and track queens, and senior-faculty basketball game. Each homeroom elects a representative to the Council. They in turn elect their own officers who are the cabinet. 5 BACK RONV-Schrier, Hoynes, Little. Strader, Hoff- man, Cobb, Cooper, NVilkens, Sheppard, Hardwick. THIRD ROXV-D. Harrison, Endicott, Hudson, Sheafer, Gardner. Lowe, Sohn, Slaughter, Pirtle. SECOND ROW'-Houser, P. Harrison, McLaughlin LEFT TO RIGHT-Hardwick. Inter-City Council: Sheafer, lireslnnan reprcscntativcg Cooper, senior rep- rcsentative: Nitclunan, sophomore representative, Pryor, iunior representative, Sheppard. prcsidentg Shick, secre- tary. I.-I. C.: Schrier, assistant-sc-crctairyQ Slaughter, l.-I. C. ea-uracil Bowles. Eddy, Cox. Stewart, Ball. Rollings, Austin, VVurster, Eltzroth. FRONT ROXV-Miller, Dunigan, Pryor, Schulze. Col- lier, Blair, Crahn, Nitchinan, Nloxey, Unnewelir, Daw- son, McCubbins. Page fifty-one BOTTOM PICTURE BACK ROW-Webster, Pryor, Kolsky, Ray, Johnston. McLaughlin, Long, Shogren. Klusman. THIRD ROW-Blair, Dickson, Van Blaricum, Whit- aker, Roesener, Moxey, Wooden, Wright, Hoevener. SECOND ROW-Fotiades, Powell, Parker, Lehman Pruett, Callahan, Stirling, Burrill, Spurgeon. FRONT ROW-McKinley, Neyer, Buckley, McAtee Miller, Roseman, J. Miller, Reese. In the beginning! Engerly the girls in the freshman class await the duy when they can belong to Selofra, the girls club for their class. Varied and interesting activities this year in- eluded 21 fashion show and ai welcome party for the lllltl-VGHI' freshies. President for this year was Jacque XYooden. She was uhly assisted hy Susan Stirling, vice-presidentg Kay Van Blarieuni, secretary: and Sandra Fotiades. treasurer. Miss Ellen O'Drain is the sponsor of the chill. TOP PICTURE BACK ROW-Hackney. Hueston, Fly, Heavyside Huffman, Gillan, Schiele, Dorsett. Jones. Devitt. THIRD ROW-Chambers, Collier, Gillespie. Green Picl-card, Henshaw. Hudson. Brothers, Koepper. Bauer- meist-er. SECOND ROW-Goken, Cors, Bunner, Hensley. Mc- Nierney, Bransford, Heyne. Hinchman, Moffett. FRONT ROW-Campbell, Halcomb, Hamilton, Gerst- ner, Blaker, Hoover, Harris, James. Q K7 XJ x .- L., C , ?- .ur K 'I' sf 5-. ' x ' '4 N E235 ' A s 'SV' TOP PICTURE BACK ROW-Lewis, Mates, Burk, McMillan, Kapp, O'Haver, Holtman. THIRD ROW-Clark, Francis, Brandt, Grubbs, Mil- ler, Halstead, Carnes. SECOND ROW-Cayton, Champion, Kremiller, Fouts, Maze, Tincher, Van Arsdall. FRONT ROW-Merkel, Whiteley, Stark, Nitchman. Vogel, Resener, Ludwig. Fun with the sophsl Under the guiding hand of Miss jerry Motley as sponsor, and janice Kapp as president, La Nina, the Sophomore club, took part in a wide field of events. Beta Hi-Y members were guests of the club for a The girls then sent an exchange panel to the boys meeting to give their 'KPet Peevesf, Other officers were Nancy Nitclunan, vice presi- dent, Irene Allison, secretaryg and Pat Rest-ner, treasurer. panel discussion on "Pet Peeves Caused by Cirlsf' 2. BOTTOM PICTURE BACK ROW-French, B. Henninger, McCawley Shortridge, Allison, Eicher, Miller, Mercer. THIRD ROW-Upshaw, Hodge, Dixson, Dernning Carter, Gainey, J. Brown, Kerr. SECOND ROW-Schulze, J. J. Brown, Thompson Pfium, Urrutia, PODD, Wilson, Kelly. FRONT ROW-Dicken, Goodwin, Delbauve, Hoy Schubert. S. Henninger, Blacklidge. l'.. i., gslxfii fe .. PQ? ' 'S' ' K. BOTTOM PICTURE W Thumma Kountz Cusick, Tinkle. BACK RO - , . Myers, Fiers, Barnett, Wuster, Crider. THIRD ROW-Penn, Wilson, Bedell, Huggins, Duni- gan, Lawhorn, Stucky, Morgan, Kirkham. SECOND ROW-Mathes, Naragon. Duffy, Leslie, Un- HBWCYII' JOHCS, Green, BllI'I'lS, E. WUFSIEF. FRONT ROW-Applegate, Miller, Warrick, J. Wur- ster, Pflueger, Stow, Brown, Catt, C. Carroll. 3 .. N-7 .Q x Hail to the queen! Highlighting the Vihota year was the selection of the candidates for Violet Queen. The girls had lots of fun this year with talks hy guest speakers on make-up. hair styling. and good grooming. Other guests talked on personalities and "growing up." Xlrs. Ruth Reed is club sponsor and Xlurilyn Hughes is president. Joan Unnewehr. vice presif dentg Judy Sommers. secretary: and Janice Cox. treasurer round out the staff of officers, TOP PICTURE BACK ROW-F. Carroll, Powell, Reed. Eddy. E Johnson, Blake, Shannon. THIRD ROW-Wideman, Houser, Crease. Cox. Emery Funk, Yoos, Jacobs. SECOND ROW-Neel, Klusman. Hutson. Kapp Coohan, Pagett, Shew, Sommers. FRONT ROW-Huger, Orton. Diel. Andrews. Dor- sett. S. Johnson. Hauenstine, Newcomer. Schill. Q! l. I X BOTTOM PICTURE BACK ROW-Eikenberry, Castor, Pruett, Bergen. Gaston, Harbison, Bennett, Nagle, Boren, West, Har- rison. THIRD ROW-Craig, Little, Herrington, Miller, Arm- strong, Clark, Roberts, Walker, Craig, Vote. SECOND ROW-Ranson, Tanselle, Franz, Eddy, Cas- sady, Cox, Lewis, Baker, Hinkle. FRONT ROW-Ford, Bunce, Bowen, Cunningham, Murphy, Bainaka, Cheetham, Rasener, Wood, Rowland. It all ends too soon! Hosegi, the senior girls, club meets only in the fall semester of school, because of the many other activities for seniors during the spring semester. The main purpose of Hosegi is to give the girls an idea of college life. Officers for 1952-53 were Janet Turner, presidentg Ann L. Boren, vice presidentg Kathleen Craig, sec- retary, and Nancy Armstrong, treasurer. Miss jean Carpenter is sponsor. , TOP PICTURE BACK ROW-Soltis, Turner, Gebhardt, Ray, Broe- king, Julian, Fountain, Anderson, Vogt. THIRD ROW-Willard, Mueller, McMillan, Swengel Cogill, Wyand, Carmichael, Watkins, Voeller, Scott. SECOND ROW-Richards, Moore, Millar, Endicott Smithson, Gassert, Black, Gillum, Hine. Stoelk, Weevie FRONT ROW-Bennett, Wallace, Brantner, Cruse Niblack, Schon, Zore, Huffman. ge.. 4 l . 4. 4 ' l 1 ,f Y ..,.-X, xx 5:11 Y xx 'av SPORTSNIAN CLUB SCIENCE CLUB David Rasmussen explains the The members of this years Science Clnh are Roher workings of his gun to Dick Alyea. Clark, Micheal Dawson, Nlarilyn Franz. Patsy jenkins Don Harpold. Harold Konus, jim George Romy. Phillip Surratt. jerry Switzer. Nancy Tan- Holstine. selle, David Taylor. Elizabeth Tincher. Thomas XYhitaker Norman YYilkens. Our XVide Selection of Cluhsl Exhibitions of casting and other sports projects were held by the Sportsman Club this year. Nlr. lVilliam Smith is director of the club. Xlain project of the Science Club was to put out the monthly paper. i'Atom Dust". President of the club is Mike Dawson: sponsor is Bliss jerry Motley. BATON TXYIRLERS BACK ROXY-Dickson, Pickard, Clark. Fly, Johnston. Devitt, Nliller. THIRD ROXV-Rocsener. Decker. Henshaw, Pruett. Jones Coy. XVright. SECOND ROVV-Stebbins. Bransford, XVoodcn, Nicruey Bell, Mcliinlcy. Hoover. FRONT RONV-Roseman, XVolfe, XValker, Stcflv, Springer. Ricketts, Friddle. There were 35 girls this year who learned to twirl in the Baton Txvirlers Club. Band Nlaiorettes are chosen from this club. sponsored hy Xlr. Burford. Nlr. Richard Hammond sponsors the Photog- raphy Club with the purpose of acquaintinq the members with the camera, and new methods of taking better pictures. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB This vear's shntterbngs were Villa Bt-dell. Nancy Bcrgan. XYilma Cole, Billy Crawley, joe Davis. Bar- bara Gallagher. Paul Hackleman. -lohn Hicks. Carolyn Knoll, David Lichtenauer, David Miller. Dale Penn. Judy Sommcrs, Richard Sturgeon. A Q Home on the rangel Being in the Home Economics Club this year certainly was fun. The girls heard guest speakers and watched demonstrations of flower arrangements and gift wrapping. The owner of a com- munity bakery came to one meeting to show the art of cake decorating. Sponsored by Miss Lois Coy, the club also made favors for the Veterans, Hospital, TOP PICTURE BACK ROYV-Reed, Nlillar, Hal- stead. O'Haver, Riches. Campbell. THIRD ROXYeCehrieli. Kelley. Holmes, XVillenberg, Nlereer. Holt- man, SECOND ROW'-Steele, XVoocl. Thompson, Bunner, Hughes, Cart- wright. FRONT ROXV-Hoevener, jones Reese, Lee, Rassmann. BOTTOM PICTURE BACK ROXV-Koepper, C r o u p, Long, Clark, Fountain, Ray, Kolsky, THIRD ROXV-Nliss Coy. Powell, 'ln J up o C. Klusman, S. Klusman, Allison, Kle- Kinlcy, Stanley. l Q SECOND ROXV-Parker, Hudson, ' VVhitaker, Ledgerwood, Koertge, Vllil- I l I son, Ricketts. FRONT ROXV - Smithson, pres.. il , Blake, vice pres.. Sturgeon, sec., Pow- , ell, reporter. Moxey, Buckley. ' ' " LZ 32 Miss Coy and the officers of the Home Economics Club are preparing the re- freshments for their Christmas Party. This is one of the highlights of the year. Page fifty-.seven 'Div SJ CHEERLEADERS CLUB BACK ROM'-Steiner, Stevens, Curmiehuel, L. john- son, M. Dorsett, XVooden. MIDDLE ROXV-Reed, Cairiey, Brown, Burn-ll, Kerby, Hinkle. FRONT ROW'-C. Dorsett, Nitelunnn, S. Johnson, Stuck. Scheele. Sting 'em Hornets. Sting 'emi Howe's Cheerleaders Club was very active this year thinking up new yells. and new routines for the old ones. The varsity did Z1 swell job at the sectionuls and we can well he proud of them. Reserve cheerleaders. divided into two squads, cheered alternately at the reserve games. Frosh cheerleaders were chosen from their own class in the fall. and did il fine job of leading the vells at all of the home freshman gtunes. Miss Murjie La Rue is the director of the club. AUDIO VISUAL BACK ROXY: Alyeu, Hale. Ch.unhers. Allen, Seheerer. Roeder. Mott, Collins, Elliott, Martin, Propps, Ooley, Bradford. THIRD RONY: Herrington, Seheele. YVolven, Cray, Mueller, Bergen. Penn, Rzissmussen, Garrison, Gardner, Carnes, Edward, Poole. SECOND ROXY: I-Iyer, Riches, Lynch, Mcliain, Davis. Fulkerson, Stein- huuer, Myers, Brown, Young, Enderlin, Brown. FRONT ROXV: Stewart, Reed, Mayhew, Gallagher. Bninuku. Stuck. Cheethzuu. Steele, Ramsey, Crouse, Baldwin, Carroll. l Lights, Action, Camera! Members of the Audio Visual Club are fortunate in that they get to see all the movies which come to Howe. They give one study period to work the proe iection machine in the various departments. Mr. XVilliam Smith is the dig rector of this service club. Page fiffyeeiglit Wearers of the Colden "H" Those mighty men of muscle you see in the halls of Howe wearing sweaters blazoned with a golden H are members of the Lettermens Club. Each has won a varsity letter in at least one sport to become eligible for the club, sponsored by Mr. Sam Kelley. just before Christmas the fellows teamed with the C..-XA. girls to bring us the YVinter XVonderland Dance. In addi- tion the boys usher and take tickets at home basketball games. STUDENT BUSINESS NIANACERS BACK ROW'-Lowe, Payne, Mocabee, YVilkens, Cobb. 'ze LETTERNIEYS CLUB BACK ROXV-Nieman, Hildreth, Davis, Roach, Rees, Schrier. XValton, Fox, Steele, Eade, Clark. SECOND ROXV-Thomas, Pirtle, Payne, McCormick, YV00d, Cooper, Thompson, Heath, Bates, Mattingly. FRONT ROM'-Burck, Schutt, Moore, Slaughter, Hardwick, Ball, Larsh, Tillery, Sheppard, Harpold. 4 I O I FRONT ROXV-Stevens, Hardwick, Moore, Miller, Sheppard. Klinge. Student Business Managers carry on the business functions of all school-sponsored events, athletic and non-athletic. They handle ticket sales and collection at all school events. ln addition, for all non-athletic events, they take care of the publicity, promotion, house management, technical planning and accounting. These boys work under the direction of Mr. Paul Page fifty-nine lll NVe're From Howel members must attend all of the games to be eligible to sit in this special Youll find no "boos" in the Howe Booster section. The Booster Club works together with the Cheerleaders' Club to think of new yells. A section is reserved at all of section. Miss Marjorie LaRue is the spon- sor of the club and Nancy Van Ars- Howeis home games for the club, and clall is president. 'L ' Page sixty TOP PICTURE BACK ROXY-Paul, Roc-sner. Heavyside. S. Huffman. Penn. Bergen. Ray. THIRD ROXX1- Knoll Collier. Stirling. Stein! metz. Brothers. Brown. SECOND ROXY-Cab lagher. Xloffet. Burrill, Crahn. Schnider, Spur- gen. FRONT ROXY-Rapp Orton. Cerstner. Blaker. L. Huffman. Reese. BOTTONI PICTURE BACK ROXV-Bechtel Chase, Gardner. XVhYte XYilkens. Burk. Xlcxiill lan. Hueston. Fly. john- ston. Kolsky, XVillard. THIRD ROXY-Nitc-lv man. Stoelk. Bauermeis- ter. Cainey. Xlueller Dickson. Brandt, Emery XIHIlBlHI'ICl1lll, Vliitalier Dorsett. Devitt, jordan. SECOND ROXY- Campbell. Lobclell. Be- clell. Blair. Vogt. Hens- ley, XVright. Cox. Yan- Arsclall, XYooden. Brown Vogel. FRONT ROW'-Scllill Harris, XYhiteley, Young Nloniemey, Cheetliam Miller. Hinehman. Kel- ler. Hoover. Ricketts Kerby. LATIN CLUB This yearis Latin Club members were Judy Bechtel, Bob Bostic, Tom Brogan, Sandra Chase, Ellen Collier, Judy Cook. Darlene Fly, Roberta Gerstner, Patricia Gillespie, Janice Grubb, Barbara Grubbs, Judith Hinchman, Sue Huffman, Bernice Joyce, Gloria Kolsky, Robert McGil- lem, Sue McMillan, Max Mohler, Dale Penn, Ethel Ray, Carl Rosen- stein, Helen Schulze, Barbara Short- ridge, Susan Stirling, Sally Swinehart, Kay Van Blaricum, Lovie XVhitaker. aa leaning, Forum Romanum Funerals, slave auctions, and Roman trials were some of the interesting and varied activities of the Latin Club this year under the direction of Miss Narcie Pollitt and Miss Thelma Cooley. The banquet that the club had to celebrate Christmas, the Saturnalia, was held in the cafeteria. An elaborate menu was served by Roman slaves. Helen Schulze shows her slides on Rome and Europe to fellow Latin Club members, at left. Page sixty-one 'WTF 3 JUNIOR RED CROSS BACK ROXV-Turner. pres.g julian, Fountain, YVilkens, v-pres,g Moeabee. FRONT ROYV-Franz, sec.-h'eas.g Spurgeon, XVilkens, Stevens. Page sixty-two 'U' I These hands help! Xluin projects for this year of the junior Red Cross Club included packing hoxcs and making scrupbooks which were sent to different hospitals in the Indianapolis area. Another very important duty of the club is to sponsor the Red Cross fund drive every your in the hoineroorns of Howe. WW- Camina de Amigos Miss Mary E. Thumma and Mrs. Ruth Colon were the spon- sors of the Spanish Club this year. Among the activities for the year was their Christmas party called the Pinata. The club went all out to celebrate the holiday with Spanish dances and songs. The club meets every other Monday. Ruby Merkle was presi- dent in the fall semester. SPANISH CLUB Emery, Kathleen Mathes, Ruby Mer- Participating in Spanish Club ac- kel, Natalie Morgan, Glenda Niblack, tivities this year were janet Callahan, Shirley Stoelk, Suzann Thorp, Cer- Marlette Campbell, Mary Carnes. maine Urrutia, Barbara XVebster, Ioan Billy Crawley, Beatrice Crouse, Linda Young. Page sixty-three zlflaakmtaflla make Jfowe ef. 'W Q f' 5 JW Q gf I 1 I 4 1 V I 64 66 ll Jlzthw! 'Idfe'u0h6Ce4W"e wnjmjuiwwdjwe mul' 'w,,li01,411.0'Pu4f0JaM0M! AMQWWWZW the ww . . . W 18 38 11' p 1 II1 1 70 L11 88 I E Q ive:-.:t!!. ' g llld ,..---.. an f lil, Information please! Boy, what a jobl Besides answering count- less questions our office force must issue forms, cheek absen- tees, make up the payroll, etc. Student messengers are present each period to help them with this load. Page srixty-six This is Howeis fifteenth year. Each year at Howe means much to us. but perhaps it means more to our principal, Mr. Charles NI. Sharp. Nlr. Sharp came to Howe in 1938 from Nlanual. Since then, he has become a familiar figure in the halls of Howe. The man who has the habit of rubbing his ear lobe has become an unforget- table friend to each graduate. r l My, teachers! XVhat big appetites you have! But then you need a well- balaneed meal to carry you through a full Howe clay. Eat hearty and en- joy yourselves. TOP ROVV-Helen Allen, Rex Anderson, Kliriznn SECOND ROXY-Sewurnl Craig, Betty Culp. Curl Dam' Bumcgw Robert Bcldingv Ray Bowman! Robert Burford. son, Loreen DeNV11urcl, Shirley Diehl, Curl lfdcls. v BOTTOM ROW'-E. Franklin Fisher. Xlhcle Fuller THIRD ROW-M1111 Cl1f17f'Ufl'f- DOTOUTY Cllftfm, Rllfll Alvin Ceier. Lewis Cilfoy, Darrell Cooeh. Riehurc Colon, Lyman Coinlms, Thelma Cooley, Lois Coy. Hununoncl. Page sixty-seven Alia--caught in the act! These teachers who relax during their free periods while we slave over the lioinework they give us-result of higher education, no doubt. TOP ROXY-Virgil Heniscr, Barbara Hinklv, ,lc-an Hoil- LL'llllt'j', Mildred Loew, Klartliana Mt-Xllnr XX une man, F. NI. Howard, Floyd jc-ffric-S. Ellen lenkins. Nlellott. THIRD HOU'-Betty johnson, Hartwell Kaylcr, janet BOTTOM HOU'-jerry -Motley. Lyle Nut Elltn Keller, Samuel lit-llt-y, Dorotlma Kirk, Paul Klingt-. O'Drain, E. A. Patterson, Roscoe Pie-non bliermm SECOND ROXYiNlarjoric LaRue, XYatlien Lcasor, Fred Pittenger. Page .x-ixty-ci,L51nt 1 Q56 1 ,.... "Let's strike up the band!" Miss Diehl, Mr. Burford, and Mr. Suun- ders jive up the place as they take over at the YVinter XVonclerluncl Dance. TOP RONY-Nuirie Pollitt, Ruth Recd, Harrison Rich- SECOND HOXY-l"1'.mk Tout, Hi-rviv Y4'l'll'l'L'S, Frank nrmlscm, Margaret Rowe, Charles Rusclihzulpt, Pzml Slum- Xllilllilllx Hattie Lon NYinslmx', Nluhr,-l Burknrt, l,klf1'lL'lLl clers. cl.ll'lKUll, C. R. Clzlytlm, vice--p1'im'ip:1l. BOTTUXI HUNT-Christirmnzi Uvnricln. Huy llurlun. THIRD ROXY-Celia Smith, Jacqueline Smith, XYillinm .-Xrlzi Hunt, Yirginii Nlcmn-. Nlnriv OL-hs, Kiitliryn Pirtle, Smith, Plowurcl Stzahly, Xlzxry Thummu, H. C. Tohin. 'l'hmn.as Stirling, xiu--prim-ipzil. Page sixty-nine A .,MIE,..,u.W......Lfw4, . ,,I V, ve, E ' Q I V 1 I? Z , 4 f . W,-X L41 effg TOP LEFT-The senior officers for the class ot 19553 ire Tom Sheppard, :ilumni sec.: Boh Pirtle, treus.g Judy Xliller, vice-prt-s.g Louie Hoyues, pu-s.g Rita Nagle, sec. CENTER LE FT-Taylor, Franz. Cl4lN'l'El'l RIGHT-Tzuiselle, FI'1lllZ, XYL-1-vie, Klillcr, l ntlicott. BUTTUNI l4Ei':'TfR1lSk'llt'I', Xlvecvic, llvillicns, Nagle. BOTTOM RIGHT-Enclicott. Fisk, Xl!-st, Nliller. nam, All the first nighters were on hand to see the seniors' production of Hen Are Like Strr'etcurs. On the nights of April 24 and 25 makeup flew and cries of "Has anyone seen my left shoe?" were heard. Of course all of this wus unseen by the audience. and once the cust was on the stage, only smooth uc-tions and lilies were exhibitecl. Senior critics lmye acclaimed the play as being, super colossal and those who cliclnt attend missed seeing a theatrical milestone in Howes history. Since this was the opinion of seniors only, we must show no preiucliee uncl just sux' that the seniors clicl it fine joh of ucting. azfhthealcl Men Are Like Streetcars is the story of a young girl in high school named Maudie. She has that "linen which she tosses at all the fellows. Like most "linesU herls backfires, re- sulting in a humorous plot. XVritten by Graeme and Sarah Lorimer, the play was dramatized by Christopher Seigel. Mr, Darrell Gooch directed the fol- lowing senior cast members: Mrs. Mason .................... Rita Nagle Mr. Mason... .... Maudie. . . Sylvia. . . Ioy .... Alix .... Norman XVilkens ..Marilyn Franz . . . .Carol Gebhardt .Nancy Tanselle . . . . .Iudy Miller Iulie ..... Beverly XVeevie Lysheth. . . Nancy Endicott Mrs. VVhite .... ......... C arol Fisk Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Day.. Davy .... Chi .... Ierry .... Ted ....... Margaret. . Marilyn Rasener . . .Mary Bergen . . . ,Dave Taylor ..Mike Dawson .. . .john Gooch . . .George Romy . . .Donna XVest Page seventy-flu: Senicvu, weae LOUIS L. HOYNES, JR.-Senior Class Pres. 4: Basketball 1-4: Track 1: Student Council 1. 4: Brown Boy Cand. 4: HOWE TOWER, Rep. 3, 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4: Student bus. mzr. 4: Senior Hi-Y 4. JUDITH ELLEN MILLER-Senior Class Vice-Pres. 4: Student Council 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Footlight. Rev- elers 3, 4: "I Remember Mama" 4: Mock Election 4: Violet Queen cand. 3: Choir 3. 4: Choralaires 3, 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Spanish Club vlCGPT8S. 3: Gym asst. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Choralaires 2-4: Thespians 4: Track Meet 1: Spanish Club 2: Senior Play 4. ROBERT PIRTLE-Senior Class Treas. 4: Brown Boy cand. 4: Winter Wonderland King cand. 3: Foot- ball 3-4: Basketball 1-4: Baseball 1-4: Most Val. Player 3: Track 1, 2. 4: Student Council Vice-Pre. 4: Band 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 1. 4: Boys' State 3: Lettermen's Club 3-4. RITA JUNE NAGLE-Senior Class Sec. 4: Foot- light Revelers 1-4: Pres. 4: "I Remember Mama" 4: "Our Miss Brooks" 3: "Old Doc" 3: Booster Club 2-3: Pres. 3: Latin Club 1-3: Selofra I: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Pres. 3: Hosegi 4: D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 4: Girls' State 3: Choir 2-4: HOWE TOWER, Rep. 3: News Corr. 4: Operetta 3: Pleasant Run Revue 2-4: Drama Festival Award 3: Mock Election 3-4: Senior Play 4: Fashion Show 1. THOMAS FREDERICH SHEPPARD-Senior Class Alumni Sec. 4: Brown Boy cand. 3: Hi-Y 3-4: Pres. 4: Basketball 1: Baseball 1-4: Intramurals 2-4: Stu- dent bus. mgr. 3-4: May Pageant Philosopher 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Mock Election 1. 3. 4: HOWE TOWER, Rep. 3-4: Student Council Pres. 4: Boys' State 3: Winter Wonderland King cand. 3-4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Booster Club 2. JAMES H. ADAMS-Mock Election 4: H. R. bus. aizt. 4. INEZ ALEXANDER-Senior Comm. 4: Art Schol- arship 3: Selofra 1. DONNA ALLMEROTH-Mock Election 3-4: Gym asst. 3: May Pageant 2: Selofra 1. JANICE ANDERSON-G.A.A. 1-2: Bowling Club 3: May Pageant 2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Choralaires 3: Choir 4: Folk Dance Festival 2: LaNina 21 Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Swimming Club 3: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 3: Booster Club 2-3. JAMES EDWARD APPLEGATE-Band 2-4: Dance Band 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Boys' Glee Club 1: Projectionist 2. NANCY JANE ARMSTRONCfSelot'ra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi Treas. 4: Footlight Revelers 3-4: Mock Election 1. 3. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: H.R. Sec. 3: "Old Doc" 3: May Pageant I-2: HOVVE TOWER. Rep. 3-4: Spanish Club 2-3: Vice-Pres. 3: Booster Club 2-3. LINDA C. AUBREY-Choralaires 4: Mock Election 4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4. DONNA BABCOCKfl-Iosegi 4: Choralaires 4: May Pageant 4. MARILYNN BAINAKA-G.A.A. 1-2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Projectionist 2-4: Jr. Red Cross Club 2: H.R. bus agt. 2: Folk Dance Festival 2: Mock Elec- tion 3-4. DARLENE BAIRD-Mock Election 4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: May Pageant 2: Spanish Club 2: H.R. bus. agt. 3: HOVVE TOVVER. alt. 4: G.A.A. I: Booster Club 2-3: Folk Dance Festival 2: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. MARIANNE CATHERINE BAKER-Jr. Red Cross 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: Science Club 3: Choir 2-4: Girls' Octet 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Mock Election 3-4: Oneretta 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Latin Club 1: Student Council 1: May Pageant 1-4: Booster Club 2: Folk Dance Festival 2: Senior Comm. 4: Clinic asst. 4. JUDY BALL-H.R. Vice-Pres. 2-3: H.R. bus. agt. 2: May Pageant 1: Mock Election 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue R: Orchestra 1-2: Folk Dance Fstival 2: Senior Comm. 4. ROBERT EDWIN BALL-Intramurals 3-4: Student Council 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Spanish Contest, lst Pl. 3: Mock Election 3-4: Golf 1-4: Stu. Mer. 3: Letterman's Club 4: VVinter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Senior Comm. 4 4 STAN BARNETT-Baseball 1: Student Council 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Intramurals 1-3: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Junior Prom. Comm. 3: Gym asst. 3: Beta Hi-Y 3: Senior Comm. 4. PAUL BATES-Football 1, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3-4: Intramurals 1, 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: May Pageant 2-3: Dance Band 3: Track 1, 3, 4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 3-4: Band 1-4: Gym asst. 3-4: Beta Hi-Y 3: Dance Band Award 3: May Pageant 1-4. ROBERT DAVID BAUGH-May Pageant 1-4 3 Band 1-4: Dance Band 3-4: Boys' Glee Club 1-2. NANCY BEASLEYfSelofra 1-: May Pageant 2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 3-4: Jr. Red Cross 2: LaNina 2: Latin Club 2. TED BECHTELfFootball 1: Track 1-4: Cheer- leader 3-4: Basketball 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Student Council 2: Intramurals 2-4: Boys' Glee Club 1: H.R, Pres. 3: Mock Election 4. SHIRLEY ANN BENDER-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: May Parreant 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2: Art Scholarship 3: Jr. Red Cross 1. BEN BENEFIEL-Intramurals 2: Band 1-4. BARBARA JEAN BENNETT-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Jr. Red Cross Treas. 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Footlight Revelers 3-4: Booster Club 2-3: Choralaires 2-4: "I Remember Mama" 4: Office Mess. 3: HILLTOPPER, Co-makeup ed. 4: Mock Election 4. ROBERTA BENNETTASelofra 1: La Nina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosegi 4: Jr. Red Cross 1-2: Booster Club 2: Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 2: Girls' Glee Club 2-4. MARY LORENE BERGEN-LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue, 2-4: Senior Play Comm. 4: Band 1-4: Sec. 4: Or- chestra 2-3: Booster Club 3: Mock Election 3-4: Latin Club 1-2: Jr. Red Cross 3: Miss Music cand. 2: HOWE TOWER. Rep. 3-4: Senior Play 4: Office Mess. 3-4. ROBERT A. BETTCHER-Latin Club 2-3: Orches- tra 1-4: Mock Election 4: Science Club 2: Senior Comm. 4: Booster Club 1: Boys' Glee Club 1-2. MARJORIE E. BLACK-G.A.A. Vice-Pres. 4: G.A.A. 1-4: Winter Wonderland Dance Co-Chmn. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Band 1-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Gym asst. 4: Booster Club 1: Choralaires 2: Folk Dance Festival 2. RICHARD E. BLAKERfIntraniurals 1-2. RUTH BONDY-G.A.A. 1-2: May Pageant 1-3: Pleasant Run Revue 2: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Gym asst. 3-4. ANN LOUISE BOREN-G.A.A. 1: Cheerleader 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi Vice-Pres. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1, 4: Mock Election 3-4: Band 1-2: Booster Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. ANN R. BOWEN-Jr. Red Cross 2: Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 2: Pleasant Run Revue 2: Choir 4: Choralaires 2-3: Mock Election 4: HILLTOPPER, asst. makeup ed. 3: co-makeup ed. 4: Selofra 1: La- Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3: Senior Comm. 4. LOUIS F. BRANSON-Senior Comm. 4: lntra- murals 1-2: Mock Election 3-4: Latin Club 1: Pro- jectionist 1-2. BARBARA JUNE BRANTNER-Mishawaka H. S.. Mishawaka, Ind. 1-2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 3: Orchestra 3: String Quartet 3: H.R. bus. agt. 4: Gym asst. 3: Mock Election 4: Booster Club 3: Gym Meet 3: Booster Club 3, ev, 'Eff' 4-5 .J Page seventy-three .1 B' Page scfvcnty-four 6 0 0 LINDA JANE BROADLICK-Office Mess. 3-42 Mock Election 4. JOYCE MARIE BROEKING-Band 1-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Latin Club 1-2: Cho- ralaires 2-3: G.A.A. 1-2. HAROLD D. BROWN-Mock Election 3-4: Intra- murals 1, 2, 4: Hi-Y 3-4. LOIS JANE BROWN. THOMAS JOEL BRUCE-Football 1-4: Letter- man's Club 3-4: Intramurals 1-4: Beta Hi-Y 1-2: Dance Comm. Chmn. 4. HELEN MARIE BUNCE-Student Council 1: Sel- ofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Basketball Queen cand. 3: May Pageant 3: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Hi-Y Sweet- heart cand. 4. LOIS JEAN CALKINS-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-2: G.A.A. 1-2: Mock Election 3-4: H.R, bus. agt. 1: Booster Club 3: Spanish Club 1.- SANDRA LOUISE CALLAHAN-Selofra 1: La- Nina 2: Vihota 3: Booster Club 2-3: May Pageant 1: Hosefli 4: Folk Dance Festival 2. JANICE JANETTE CARLOCK-Track Queen cand. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: May Pageant 1-2: Pro- jectionist 2. PHYLLIS JEAN CARLSON-Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3. CAROL JEAN CARMICHAEL-Gym asst. 3-4: Mock Election 3-4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Cheer- leader 1-4: May Pageant 1-4: Violet Queen 3: Pleas- ant Run Revue 2-3: Spanish Club 2: G.A.A. 3: Junior Prom Comm. 3. DONNA LOUISE CASSADY-Gym asst. 2: Oflice Mess. 3-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Latin Club 1-2: Home En. Club 1: Jr. Red Cros 11 Science Club 2: May Pageant 1: Booster 3. SANDRA JEAN CASTER-Selofra 1: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 4: Choralaires 2-3: Choir 4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Projectionist 4. PATRICIA CAUDELL-Pleasant Run Revue 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: May Pageant 1: Latin Club 1-2: G.A.A. 2: Projectionist 3: Jr. Red Cross 1: Booster Club 2. JOHN CAVOSIE-Track 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Boys' Glee Club 1-2. JEAN MARIE CHANDLER-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-2: Mock Elec- tion 3-4: H.R. bus. afrt. 4: Student Council 2: Senior Ring Comm. 3: Booster Club 2: Senior Comm. 4. PATRICIA JEANNE CHEETHAM - Shortridge High School. Indianapolis 1-2: Rooster Club 4: Ho- segi 4: Projectionist 3-4. CAROLYN LUCILLE CI'lRlSTlE!May Pageant 1: Orchestra 3-4, Q aiallawe... BEVERLY JOYCE CLARK-Baton Twirlers 1-4: Awd. 1: Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Majorette -2-4: Awd. 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: G.A.A. 1-2: H.R. bus. agt. 1: Mock Election 4: Home Ec. Club 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Senior Comm. 4. JOHN CLARK-Golf 1-4: Beta Hi-Y 2: Senior Hi- Y 3-4: Intramurals 1-3: Letterman's Club 4: Mock Election 3. MORRIS COBB-H.R. bus. agt. 3: Booster Club 3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Cheerleader 3-4: Capt. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4. JEANE COGILL-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 1: Booster Club 3: H.R. bus. agt. 2-3: Mock Election 4: HOWE TOWER, feature Writer 3-4: News Bureau 4: Thrift Contest, lst Pl. 3: May Pag- eant 1-2: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. WILMA JEAN COLE-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Pho- tography Club 3-4: Latin Club 1-2: Mock Election 3: G.A.A. 1: Vihota 3. PATRICIA LAVERN CONNERiSelofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3. RONALD LAWRENCE COOPER-Football 1-4: Capt. 4: Baseball 1-4: Student Council 1-4: Intra- murals 1-4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 3-4: Mock Election 4: Letterman's Club 3-4. PHIL L. CORBIN-Basketball 3-4: Baseball 3-4. JOHN CORDILL-Science Club 1-2: Student Coun- cil 3: Mock Election 2-3: Senior Sub-Treas. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 3: I-Ii-Y 4: Spanish Club 2. BETTY COWELL-Choir 2-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: May Pageant 1-2. BEVERLY COX-Office Mess. 2: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Spanish Club 2: Booster Club 4. PATRICIA COX-Selofra 1: Latin Club 1: Mock Election 4: May Pageant 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: Ho- segi 4. ROBERT COX-Spanish Club 1-2: Science Club 1-2: Intramurals 1-4: Hi-Y Sec. 4. PHILLIP KAY CRADICK-Mock Election 3-4: Latin Club 3: Science Club 2-3: Sportsman Club 2-3: Beta Hi-Y 2-4: Projectionist 2-4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Senior Hi-Y 3-4. JOANNE CRAIG-Spanish Club 1-2: Selofra 1: Treas. 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pae- eant 2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Hi-Y Sweetheart cand. 3: Student Council 3: Junior Prom Comm. 3: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Clinic asst. 4. KATHLEEN CRAIG+HOWE TOWER, page ed. 3-4: H.R. asst. 2-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi Sec. 4: May Pageant 2: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Clinic asst. 4: Latin Club 1-2: French Club 2: VicePres. 2. GARY P. CRAWFORD-Mock Election 4: Winter Wonderland Dance King 4: Basketball 1: Track 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Intramurals 2-4: Senior Hi- Y 4. DOUGLAS C. CREAMER-Mock Election 4: H.S. Disc Jockey Show 3-4: Booster Club Treas. 3: Pleas- ant Run Revue 3: Boys' Glee Club 1-4: French Club 2. Page seventy-five ,ff ' E: -v. , V -219622 . .. ,,g,.e.. ,. NA: :ge In HI' , Q 21. Xvilllilllg through the tower door. up the steps and glancing to your left will hring to you 11 scene like this. A quick exchange of garb and the guys rush off to walk their favorite gals to class. The kids at Howe really ure swell. Theres never L1 dull moment as long us you can meet your friends in the alcove-aftei' school in the parking lot-or even in the bookstore. NVe will always have memories of so muny good friends. and so many good times. at Howe. Jfawe mae hm Page seventy-xi.x' an all-cliff HARRIET ELLEN CRUSE-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: HOVVE TOVVER, military ed. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Jr. Red Cross 1: Booster Club 3. MARTHA JANE CUNNINGHAM-Pleasant Run Revue 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Booster Club 3: Hosegi 4: Home Ec. Club 1. ANTHONY MICHAEL DAVVSON, JR.-Central High School. St. Paul, Minn. 1: Senior Hi-Y 4: Sci- ence Club 2-4: Pres. 4: French Club 2: P.A. System 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Projectionist Ii: H.R. bus afit, 25 : Mock Election 35-4: Booster Club Ii: Senior Play 4. SUZANNE DECKER-G.A.A. 1-2: Gym Meet 1-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 32 Hosegi 4: Baton Twirlers 1-4: Majorette 1-4: Awd. 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Projectionist Awd. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1. JOAN E. DEGROOT-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegzi 4: Choralaires 3-4: G.A.A. 1-2: May Pag- eant. 1: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Mock Election 4. SUE ANN DICKERSON-Spanish Club 1: Baton Twirlers 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 35: Senior Comm. 4: Baton Awcl. 1-2: Mock Election -1: May Pafreant 1. JANET E. DRAPER-Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Mock Election 3-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Yihota 3: Hosegri 4: Cheerleader 2: May Pageant 1-2: Latin Club 1: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. JAY DRAPER-Mock Election 4: Golf 1-33: Intra- murals 1-3. SHARON ECKELfSenior Comm. 4: Mock Elec- tion 3-4: Spanish Club 1: May Pageant 2. JOY EDDY-G.A.A. 1-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosezi 4: Spanish Club 2-3: Mock Election 3: Pleasant Run Revue 2: May Pageant 1-2: Booster Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1. 3, 4. STELLA LOIS ElKENBERRYABooster Club 1-4: Spanish Club 1-4: Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Orchestra 1-4. NANCY ANN ENDICOTT-Gym asst. 13: Mock Election 4: HILLTOPPER. copy ed. 4: H.R. asst. 1-3: Senior Comm. 4: Spanish Club 1: Footlight Revelers 3-4: Vice-Pres. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Pleas- ant Run Revue 3: Selofra Vice-Pres. 1: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: Student Council 2. 4: Senior Jev-'elri' Comm. 3: Junior Prom Comm. 3: G.A.A. 1-2: Senior Play 4. SISTY FAHRBACH-Pleasant Run Rexue 2-3. Mock Election 3-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Yihota 32 Hoseyzi 43 Senior Comm. 4: Otiice Mess. -1: Latin Club 1. LOIS JEAN FERGUSON-Mock Election 2. 4: Ma- jorette 3: Baton Twirlers 2: Girls' Glee Club 2: Pro- jectionist 2. SUE ANN FISCHER-Latin Club 1-2: Majorette I-2: May Pageant 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Choral- aires R-4: LaNina 2: Vihota 3. BETTY ELOISE FlSHER4Choir 2-4: May Pag- tant 12-4: Operetta 4: Jr. Red Cross 1. CAROLYN JEAN FISK-Office Mess. 2-32 "Old Dog" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: HOVVE TOVYER. fcature writer 3-4: H.R. bus. Mft. 2: Latin Club 1-2: l-'ootliprht Revelers 3-4: Thespians 3-4: May Pageant l-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: French Club 2: Senior Play 4. JAMES 1-'LEENER-Basketball 1: Track 1 : Spanish Club 2: Mock Election 4: Intramurals 2-4: Senior Hi-Y 3-4. Wupeau '. JEAN FLYNN-Office Mess. 4: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4. CHARLES A. FORD-Football 4: Intramurals 1-4. CHARLES W. FORD-Choir 2-4: Intramurals 2: Operetta 4: May Pageant 2-4. IRENE ANN FORD-Andrews School for Girls. Cleveland. Ohio 1-2: Latin Club 3: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: May Pageant 4: Eng. Contest Sp. Awd. 3: Choralaires 4: Choir 4. WILLIAM ROBERT FOSTER-Track 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2: Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 2-4: Operetta 3: Boys' Octet 2: Intramurals 1-2: Choir 2-4: Mock Election 3-4. LAURA MARIE FOUNTAIN-Mock Election 3-4: I-IILLTOPPER, asst. bus. mgr. 3: asst. ed. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1. 2, 4: Senior Comm. 4: Latin Club 1-2: G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Home Ec. Club 1-4: May Panzeant 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Choir 2-4: Girls' Octet 2-4: Operetta 3: Booster Club 2-3. MARILYN RUTH FRANZ-Southport High School, Southport. Ind. 2: "Old Doc" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: May Pageant 3: Violet Queen cand. 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Spanish Club 1. 3: Selofra I : Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Footlight Revelers 3-4: Booster Club 3: Jr, Red Cross 3-4: Home Ec. Club 1: Science Club 4: Eng. Contest 3: Senior Play 4: Hi-Y Sweetheart cand. 4. MARSHALL ELLIOTT FRENCH--Projectionist 1-2: Intramurals I-2. BARBARA GALLAGHER-St. Mary Academy. In- dianapolis 1-2: Booster Club 3-4: Vihota 3: Hosenzi 4: May Pageant 3: Photography Club 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue Z. SHIRLEY CORINNE GARRETT-G.A.A. 2-3: Vi- hota 3: Hosegi 4: Orchestra 1-3: May Pageant l: Photonraphy Club 1-2: Booster Club 2: Mock Elec- tion 3-4. JOANNE F. GASSERT-Selofra I: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 4: Choir 2-4: Serv- ice Awcl. 4: Operetta 3: May Pageant 1-4: G.A.A. 1-4: Science Club 2: Spanish Club I-2: Booster Club 2: Senior Comm. 4: Basketball Queen cand. 4: Gym asst. 4. MARILYN JEAN GASTONAMock Election 1. 4: HOWE TOWER, Rep. 4: News Bureau 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Latin Club 2: Jr. Red Cross 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3. CAROL GEBHARDT-Pleasant Run Revue 3: Booster Club 2-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezli 4: Jr. Red Cross I-3: HOWE TOWER, bus. aprt. 3: Senior Comm. 4: I-LR. Pres. 3: Senior Play 4. PAUL GEORGESCU-Mock Election 4: Intramurals 3-4: Baseball I-2: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 4: Senior Comm. 4. PETER GEORGESCU-Mock Election 1, 4: Intra- murals 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Senior Comm. 4. SANDRA GILLILAND-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: G.A.A. 1-3: Swimming Club 4: Mock Elec- tion 4. NANCY A. GILLUM-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 1-2: H.R. bus. agt. 1-3: Home Ec. Club 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4. FLORENCE M. GOEBEL-Photography Club 1-2: Jr. Red Cross 2. Page .seventy-.severz Page xcrcrity-ci,ulit If We wan? JOHN D. GOOCH-"Our Town" 1: "Our Miss Brooks" 2: "Old Doc" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: Mock Election 4: HOWE TOVVER, adv. staff 4: H.R. bus. azt. 1, 4: Senior Comm. 4: Latin Club 1-2: Beta Hi-Y 1-2: Senior Hi-Y 3-43 Footlight Revelers 1-4: Thespians 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Operetta 1. 3: Choir 2-4: Service Awd. 43 Junior Prom Comm, 3: Student Council 4: Senior Play 4. ALICE JEAN GREEN-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosexzi 4: Folk Dance Festival 2: Jr. Red Cross 2-4. WILLIAM ROBERT GREENE-Boys' Glee Club 1: Choir 2-4: Intramurals 1: Mock Election 43 Oper- etta 3. MARY LOU HACKLEMAN-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Jr. Red Cross 1-3: Pres. 2: Booster Club 2-3: Girls' Glee Club 1-3: Ofiice Mess. 4: H.R. bus. ant. 2: Pleasant Run Revue 4. JOAN HAGAN-St. Mary Academy, Indianapolis 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4. MARJORIE ALICE HALT-Senior Prom Comm. 42 G.A.A. 1, 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Folk Dance Festival 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 3-4: Holy Vileek Poster Contest. lst Pl: John Herron Art Scholarship 4: Art Awd. 2-4. SHIRLEY LEE HANCOCK- Shortridge High School, Indianapolis 1-3 : Projectionist 3. JOYCE LEEANN HARBISON-Footlight Revelers 3-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: I-Iosegi 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Booster Club 2-3: Jr. Red Cross 3: Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 2: "I Re- member Mama" 4: Mock Election 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 1. PHILLIP EUGENE HARDWICK-Brown Boy cand. 3: Football 1, 4: Intramurals 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4: Track 1: Student Council 3-4: Letterman's Club 4: Student bus. agt. 1-4: Arvd. 3: Constitution Comm. 4: Booster Club 3. DAISY ROZANNE HARRISON--Football Queen cand. 3: Golden Girl cand. 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosepzi 4: May Pageant 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: H.R. bus. aizt. 4: Mock Election 4: HOVYE TOWER, Rep. 3-4: Office Mess. 3: Student Council 1, 3. 4: Student Council Cabinet 3: Kiwanis Typing Awd. 3: Senior Prom Comm. 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Senior Sub-Treas. 4: Folk Dance Festival 2: Stu- dent Council Convention 3. TOM HATCHETT-Senior Comm. 4: Photography Club 1-2: Intramurals 1-2. PATRICIA ARLENE HAUENSTINE - Senior Comm. 4: Spanish Club 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegri 4: Girls' Glee Club 1-3: Majorette 2: May Pageant 2: H.R. Sec. 2-3: Mock Election 4: Folk Dance Festival 2: Home Ec. Club 1-2: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Booster Club 2-3. CHARLES LEROY HEATH-Football 1, 2. 4: Track 1-3: Intramurals 1-4: Baseball I, 2. 4: Mock Election 4: Boys' Glee Club 1-2. TED HELKEMA-Dance Band 1-3: May Pageant 1-3: Intramurals 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Bas- ketball 3: Baseball 1 : Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4: Boys' Glee Club 1. JUDY HENDERSON-Student Council 2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Gym asst. 3. MAYSANNA HENDRICKSON-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: Folk Dance Festival 2: Latin Club 1-2: Mock Election 1. 3: Girls' State 3: Otiice Mess. 3-4: .Iunior Prom Comm. 3. GARY EDXVARD HENRY-Baseball I-4: Student Council 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: HOVVE TOYVER. sports ed. 3-4: Mock Election 2-4: Intramurals 1-4: Basketball 2. NANCY ELLEN HERRINGTON-Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4 : May Pageant 3: Mock Election 3-4: Gym asst. 3-4: Projectinnist 1-2: Photography Club 2-3: Gym Meet 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-3: Track Meet 2-3. i s R. SAM HIATT-Brass Ensemble 1-2: Dance Band 3-4: "Old Doc" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: Thes- pians 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Senior Comm. 43 Mock Election 3-4. JERRY F. HIBNER-Boys' Glee Club 3-4: Boys' Octet 3-4: Intramurals 2: Track 1: Awd. 3: Mock Election 3-4. SHIRLEY HILL-Majorette 1-4: Pleasant Run Re- vue 3: H.R. bus. agt. 3: Baton Club 1-4: Pres. 3: Sec. 2: Awd. I-3: Churalaires 4: Girls' Glee Club 4. GERRIANNE HINEfMock Election 3: Selofra lt LaNina 2: Hosegi 4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. ARLENE I'l'INKLEfCheerleader 2-4: May Pageant 1, 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4: Ho- sefzi 4: Baton Twirlers 1: LaNina 2: Gym asst. 3-4: Booster Club 1-4: Projectionist 2-3: Gym Meet 1, 3. ROBERT A. HITZKE-May Pageant 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Band 1-2: Mock Election 4. THOMAS HOFMANN-Cathedral High School, In- dianapolis 1-2. ROBERT LEE HOLTMAN-Track 1-4: Choir 4: Boys' Glee Club 1-3: Mock Election 4: Photography Club 1-2. JOHN R. HORNE. HELEN HOUSER-Selofra Sec. 1: Pleasant Run Revue 1-3: LaNina Treas. 2: G.A.A. 1-2: Track Meet 1: Gym Meet 1: May Pageant 1: Latin Club 1-2: Student Council 3: HILLTOPPER ag't 1-3: Vi- hota 3: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Thespians 3: "I Re- member Mama" 3: HOWE TOWER, cartoonist, bus agt., military ed. rep., copy reader 3: Latin Poster Contest 2: Folk Dance Festival 1: Indiana Scholastic Art Contest Awd. 3. LINDA ANN I-IUFFMAN-G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: HILLTOPPER, ac- tivities ed. 4: May Pageant 1: Mock Election 4: Booster Club 4. EFI-'IE JANE HUGGLER-Shortridge High School, Indianapolis 1-3: Hosegi 4. THOMAS R. HUNT-Mock Election 4: H.R. bus. agt. 4: HILLTOPPER, asst. sports ed. 3: sports ed. 4: Student mgr. 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Intra- murals 2-4: Senior Sub-Treas. 4: Senior Play Comm. 4. WILLIAM HUYBERS - West Lafayette High School, Lafayette. Ind, 1: Golf 2. MARTIN ISAKS-Columbia High School, Columbia City, Ind. 1-2. G. ANN JENSEN-G.A.A. 2: Hosegi 4: Girls' Glee- Club 2: Gym asst. 1. KATHLEEN JENSEN-Mooresville High School, Mooresville, Ind. 1-3. LOIS ANN JETT-G.A.A. 1, 2, 4: Hosegi 4. Page seventy-nine . f Page eighty R afzcvuii, , KATHARINE JONES-Latin Club 2: Selofra 1: Home Ec. Club 2-4: Sec. 3: Treas. 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Queens Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4: May Pag- eant 2: Swimming Club 3: G.A.A. 1. SHIRLEY ANN JONES-Spanish Club 2: LaNina 2: Home Ec. Club 2-4: Awd. 3: Choi-alaires 3: May Pageant 2: Bowling Club 4. WILLIAM H. JONES-Mock Election 3-4: Senior Comm. 4: Intramurals 3: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Photorlraphy Club 2: Senior Hi-Y 4: Projectionist 1. JANICE SUE JULIAN-Jr. Red Cross 1-4: Treas. 3: H.R. bus. agt. 3: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pag- eant 3: Oiiice Mess. 3. THOMAS KEHL-Intramurals 3. WILLIAM EDWARD KELLEY-Cathedral High School, Indianapolis 1-2. ANNABELLE KING-Mock Election 4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 1: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Choralairs 3: Choir 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: Student Council 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3. PATRICIA ELAINE KING-Shortridxze High School. Indianapolis 2-3: Gym asst. 4: Latin Club 1-2: G.A.A. 1-2: Selufra 1: LaNina 2. JOHN R. KIRKHOFF-Track 1-4: Basketball 1: Intramurals 3. WILBUR KOLLMEYER-Basketball 1: Cross Country 3: Track 4: Intramurals 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3. MARILYN LANTZ-South Side High School, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 2: Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1: May Pageant I, 3: Selofra 1: Majorette 3. BETTY LEE-Gym asst. 2-4: G.A.A. 1-4: Home Ec. Club 1-4: H.R. asst. 1-25 Football Queen cand. 3: Track Queen cand. 3: May Pageant 1-4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4: G.A.A. awd. 1-2: Booster Club 1-2: Girls' Glee Club 1: Stu- dent Council 2: Folk Dance Festival 2. DICK LEE-Booster Club 3: Track 2: Mock Elec- tion 4: Boys' Glee Club 1: Senior Comm. 4. DOT LEEN-Stockton High School, Stockton. Calif. 1: Wichita Falls, Texas 3: LaNina 2: Folk Dance Festival 2: May Pageant 2: Booster Club 2: Senior Comm. 4. ANNE LEWIS-I-IOWE TOWER, rep. 3-4: French Club 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Folk Dance Festival 2: Band 1-2: Orchestra 1: Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 1-2: H.R. bus. agt. 2-3: Operetta 3: Footlight Revelers 4: Latin Club 1-3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choralaires 2: Choir 3-4: Mock Election 4. BARBARA ANN LITTLE-"Old Doc" 3: "Our Miss Brooks" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: "Our Town" 3: Mock Election 1. 3: French Club 3: Se- lofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Footlight Revelers 1-2: Thespians 3-4: Choralaires 3-4: Pleas- ant Run Revue 1, 3. WILLIAM LLOYD. THOMAS D. Mc-CALLISTER-Operetta 1: Choir 2--l: Awd. 4: Intramurals 2-3: Basketball 1: Pro- jectionist I. s , O O O JEAN McCAR'l'NEY-Senior Comm. 4: Latin Club 1.2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1: Folk Dance Festival 4: G.A.A. 1: Bowl- ing Club 3. HOWARD B. McCLAlN-Intramurals 3: Band 1-4. IRENE FAITH McCLURE--Mooresville High School, Mooresville, Ind. 1: Baton Twirlera 2: Home Ec. Club 2-3: Office Mess. 2. J. FRANKLIN MCCORMICK-Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Senior Comm. 4: Intramurals 3-4: Football 1-2: Track 2-4: Cross Country 2-43 Capt. 4: Letterman's Club 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Beta Hi-Y 2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4: Student bus. mgr. 4: Latin Club 2. ROLLAND MQMASTER-Track 1-4: Cross Country 1: H.R. asst. 1-3: Senior Hi-Y 3: Intramurals 2: Band 1-4: Mock Election 4. NANCY JANE McMILLAN-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Senior Prom Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1-3: Vice-Pres. 3: May Pageant 1-2: H.R. bus. agt. 1-4: Mock Election 3. 4: HOWE TOWER, proof- reader 3: asst. ed. 4: Booster Club 2-3: Latin Club 1-2: Science Club 2: Choralaires 2-3 : Winter Wonder- land Dance Comm. 4: Gym asst. 2-3: Gym Meet 2-3. CHARLES McMULLEN-Junior Hi-Y 1: Spanish Awd. 3: Science Club 2: Mock Election 4: H.R. asst. 2. JULIE MALVASE-Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Voice of Democracy, lst Pl. 4: G.A.A. 1: Student bus. mgr. 4: Student Council 1: HILLTOPPER, asst. makeup ed. 3: Mock Election 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2 : Vihota 3 : Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1 : Senior Comm. 4: H.R. asst. 3: Jr. Red Cross 2: Ceramic Club 2: Am. Legion Contest, lst Pl. 4. DON MARTIN. DAVID E. MATTINGLY-Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4: Letterman's Club 4: Senior Hi-Y 3: Intramurals 14: Track 1-4: Football 1, 3, 4: Student bus. agt. 3-4. DICK MATTIX-Fort Wayne Central, Fort Wayne, Ind. 1: Fortville High School, Fortville, Ind. I-2. CARL MAURICE-Football 3. BEVERLY MAVITY-G.A.A. 1-2: Art Awd. 3-4. CARNEAN LYNNETTE MAXWELL-Martinsville High School, Martinsville, Ind. 1-2: G.A.A. 1: Win- ter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4. SHARON LEE MERTZ-Arsenal Technical High School, Indianapolis 1-2: Essay Contest 3: Senior Comm. 4. ROBERTA JANE MILLAR-Track Queen cand. 2: G.A.A. 1-2: Home Ec. Club 2-4: Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Mock Election 4: Selofra 1: La- Nina 2: Hosegi 4: Jr. Red Cross 4: Style Show 2: Latin Contest 2. JAMES MILLER-Football 1-3: Track 2-3: Student Council 2: Student bus. mgr. 2-4: Mock Election 4: Cb0ir 1-4: Senior Comm. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 4: Pleasant Run Revue 4. JERRY MILLER. Page eighty-one Page eighty-two dl, SARAH MILLER-Band 1-4: Orchestra 1: Baton Twirlers 2-3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Music Contest, lst Pl. 4: May Pageant 1-4: Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4. VVM. WALLACE MILLER-Student mgr. 3. JOHN ALEXANDER MOCABEE - Middletown Hifzh School, Middletown, Ohio 1-3: Student bus. mer. 4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Junior Red Cross 4. MARILYN ANN MOFFETT-HILLTOPPER, co- underclassman ed. 4: Mock Election 4: Spanish Club 1: Science Club 2: H.R. bus. agt. 1-2: May Pageant 2: Girls' Glee Club 1: Selofra l: LaNina 2: Style Show 1 : Senior Comm. 4. NORMAN E. MOHR-Football 1-4. ROBERT MONTGOMERY-Taft Jr. High School. Oklahoma City. Okla. 1: Classen High School. Okla- homa City, Okla. 2: Baseball 3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Projectionist 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 4. DONNA LEE MOORE--NVinter VVonderland Dance Comm. 3: G.A.A. I-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota ii: Hoseizi 4: Mock Election 3-4: May Pageant 2: Gym Meet 1-2. CATHERINE ESTHER MOSIMAN-Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Forum Romanum 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Office Mess. 2-3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Choir IZ-4: Operetta 3: H.R. bus. axrt. 2-3: Mock Election 3-4: HOWE TOWER. ed. writer 2-4: Selofra 1: La- Nina 2: Vihota Sec. 3: Student Council 2-3. MARIANNE MUELLER-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 1-4: Pres. 3: Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 1-4: Mock Election 3-4: Gym asst. 2-4: H.R. asst. 2-3: Gym Meet 3--1. MARY MURPHY---Shortridyre High School. Indian- apolis 1-2: French Club Sec. 3: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Footlight Revelers 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Latin Contest, lst Pl. 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: H.R. Sec. 3: Mock Election 3-4. BETTY NEELEY. SANDRA NEWBERGER-Selofra l: G.A.A. I: Gym Meet 1: Style Show 1: Track Meet 2: Footlight Revrlers 3: Senior Comm. 4. GLENDA NIBLACK--Spanish Club 4: Selofra li I,:iNina 2: Vihota 31: Huseili 4: H.R. asst. 4. MARY LEE NICHOLS-Home Ec. Club 1. JIM NIEMAN-Baseball 2-4: Intramurals 1-2. PAUL C. NIEMANN- Football 1: Intramurals 2. EUGENE THOMAS OCHS-Orchestra 1. 4: Senior Comm. 4: Basketball 1. JEANETTE O'DONOGHUE- Beech Grove High School. Beech Grove. Ind. Ii: G.A.A. l-2: Latin Club ZZ: May Pageant 1-3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: H.R. bus. aut. 1-3: Home Ec. Club 1: Jr. Red Cross 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Jamboree Queen 4: Football Queen 4: May Pageant 3-4. Q ouaaiemii,... SHIRLEY OILAR-Gym asst. 1-4: G.A.A. 1-2: May Pageant 1-2: Choralaires 2-4: Selofra 1: Girls' Glee Club 1. JOANN OWENS. RICHARD PARISH-Intramurals 1-3. SUZANNE PARKER-Golden Girl cand. 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota Sec. 3: Home Ec. Club 1: Shan- ish Club 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: HILLTOPPER. club ed. 3: May Pageant 2: Senior Comm. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1: Basketball Queen cand. 4. FRANK B. PARRISH-Choir 2-4: Mock Election 4: Operetta 3: May Pageant 2-3: Student bus. mgr. 3-4: Senior Comm. 4: Intramurals 1: H.R. bus. aut. 2. BILL PAYNE-Football 1-4: Latin Club 1-2: In- tramurals 3-4: Baseball 1-4: Student bus. mgr. 3-4: Constitution Comm. 4: Boys' State 3: H.R. bus. agt. 4: Band 1: HOWE TOWER. advertising agt. 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Lette-rman's Club 4. BETTY PEERMANfMock Election 1, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: G.A.A. 1: Baton Twirlers 2: May Pageant I-2. BARBARA ANN PERREY-St. Agnes, Indianap- olis 1-2: H.R. Pres. 3: Booster Club 3: Vihota 3: Junior Prom Comm. 3. THOMAS PHILLIPS-Football 1: Baseball 1-ZZ: Mock Election 3-4: H.R. bus. aut. CS-4. DIXIE LAVERN PRUETTASenior Comm. 4: May Pageant 1: H.R. bus. agt. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 3-4: HOWE TOWER, military ed. 3: circulation ed. 4: G.A.A. 1: Bowling Club 3-4. DUANE I. PRICEfSturgess High School, San Bernadino. Calif. 1: Cross Country 2-3: Intramurals 2: Choir 2-4: Operetta 3: Mock Election 32 Letter- man's Club 3-4. JOYCE PRESCOTT-Mock Election 4: Office Mess. 4: Majorette 1. JACQUE R. POWELL-Mishawaka High School, Mishawaka. Ind. 2: Seloira 1: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Vihota 3: May Pageant 1: Senior Comm. 4. GENE RAFTERY-Intramurals 1-4: Pleasant Run Revue 31 Mock Election 4: Beta Hi-Y 1: Senior Hi- Y 4. CAROL Y. RANSOM-Track Queen cand. 2: G.A.A. 1-2: May Pageant 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Pleasant Run Revue l, 3. MARILYN ANN RASENER-H.R. bus. agt. 1-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota Treas. 3: Hosegi 4: Hi- Y Sweetheart 3: HOWE TOWER, rep. 3: page ed. 4: advertising staff 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 1, 3: May Pageant 2: Footlight Revelers 1-4: Sec. 4: "Our Town" 1: "1 Remember Mama" 4: "Old Doc" 3: Drama Festival 3-4: French Club Corr. Sec. 3: Senior Play Comm. 4: Booster Club 2-3: Latin Club 1: Senior Play 4. ALICE JEANETTE RAY-Selofra 1 : LaNina Pres. 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Spanish Club 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Violet Queen cand. 3: Mock Elec- tion 4: HILLTOPPER, underclassman ed. 3: ed. 4: Operetta 3: Choir 4: Band 1-4: Miss Music cand. 2. BEVERLY REYNOLDS-May Pageant 1-4: Baton Twirlers 1-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Gym asst. 4: Spanish Club 1: Booster Club 32 Girls' Glee Club 1. 1 Page eighty-three V Page eighty-four MM MARY LOU RICHARDS-LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Ho- sexli 4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Majorette 3-4: Junior Red Cross 1-2: HOWE TOXVER. typist 3: Baton Twirlers 2-4. RUTH ELLEN RITENOUR-Girls' Glee Club 1-3: Art Contest, 1st Pl. 2: Star Art Contest, 1st Pl. 2-3: Senior Comm. 4. JO ANN ROBERTS-Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Footlight Revelers 3-4: HOWE TOVVER. typist 4: Home Ec. Club 1: Booster Club 2-3: Senior Comm. 4: Junior Red Cross 1-2. SHIRLEY ANN ROBERTS-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 2: Home Ee. Club 1-2: Booster Club 3: Senior Gift Comm. 4: May Pageant 2: Baton Twirlers 1: Girls' Glee Club 1-3. JERRY R. ROBINSON-Intramurals 1-3: H.R. asst. 3: Mock Election 4: Senior Gift Comm. 4: Es- say Contest 3: Boys' Glee Club 2. LARRY ROBINSON-Intramurals 1: Science Club 3: Latin Contest, lst Pl. 1-2: Time Mag. Contest. 1st Pl. 1: HOWE TOWER, copy ed. 3: ed.-in-chief 4: Boys' State 3: Senior Gift Comm. 4: Mock Elec- tion 4. RICHARD ROGERS-Intramurals 2-3: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4. GEORGE ROMY-Golf 1-4: Student mgr. 1-32 Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Choir 1-4: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Operetta 3: Latin Club 1-2: Intramurals 2-4: Lette-rman's Club 3-4: Sportsman's Club 2: Booster Club 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 4: French Club 2-3: Science Club 3-4: P.A. System 4: Photography Club 4: Senior Play 4. WILLIAM E. ROPP-Band 1-3: Latin Club 1-2: Intramurals 1. 3: Football 1: Mock Election 4: H.R. Pres. 3: Science Club 1-3: Sec. 3: Senior Hi-Y 4: Track 1: Intramurals 1-2. JIM W. ROSS-Intramurals 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Baseball 1: Mock Election 4: H.R. Pres. 1. LAVONA ROUNTREE-Selofra 1: Clinic asst. 3: Latin Club 2-3: Style Show 2. SHIRLEY A. ROWLAND-Latin Club 1-2: G..-LA. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vibota 3: Hosegi 4: Latin Contest, 1st Pl. 1: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Mock Election 4: Majorette 1. CHARLES RUSSELL-HOWE TOWER, rep. 3 editorial staff 4 : Latin Club 1. DONNA ROSE RUSSELL-May Pageant Zo G.A.A. 1: Mock Election 3-4: Gym asst. 2-3. JON F. SAUER-Track 1: Football 2-3: Intra- murals 1-3: HOWE TOWER. advertising mgr. 4: Band 1-4: Dance Band 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: H.R. bus. agt. 4. DAVID SAUSSER-Senior Comm. 4: Photography Club 2: Pleasant Run Revue 4: Booster Club 3: Mock Election 3-4: Student mirr. 1: Intramurals 2. ELLEN MARY SCHON-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vi- hota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3: Pleasant Run Re- vue 2: May Pageant 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 3-4: HOWE TOWER, distribution mgr. 3-4. BOB SCHRAM-Football 1: Intramurals 3. ROBERT WILLIAM SCHRIER-HOWE TOWER. rep. 3-4: Student Council 3-4: asst. Sec. 4: Basketball 1-4: Val. Player Awd. 3: Baseball 1-4: Football 3-4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Mock Election 3-4: Letter- man's Club 2-4. CAROL LOU SCOTT-Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1: Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 4: Ofiice Mess. 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 2: Booster Club 3. BARBARA SELM. MARGARET SFERRUZZI-May Pageant 2-3: G.A.A. 1: Style Show 2: Gym Meet 2. SALLY ANN SFERRUZZI-Mock Election 3-4: Basketball Queen cand. 2-3: G.A.A. 1: May Pageant 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 2-3. SANDRA SHEETS-May Pageant 2: Junior Prom Comm. 3: LaNina 2: Mock Election 4. MARCIA J. SHICK-Latin Club 1: Booster Club 3: Student Council 1-4: Treas. 3: Sec. 4: Val. Girl 3: Intra City Council 3-4: asst. Sec. 3: sec, 4: Good Citizenship Awd. 3: Footlight Revelers 1-2: Thes- pians 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Operetta 3: U.N. Delegate 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: HOWE TOWER, rep. 3-4: advertising staff 4: "Our Town" 1: "Old Doc" 3: Ofiice Mess. 3-4: Choir 2-4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Hi-Y Sweetheart 4. MARTHA JANE SHORTRIDGE-Pleasant Run Re- vue 33 Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Booster Club 3: Senior Comm. 4. KAREN SIERSDALE-May Pageant 1: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Clinic asst. 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Latin Club 1: Mock Election 4: H.R. bus. ant. 2: Herron Art Scholarship 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3. MARY LOU SILVER-G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: Vi- hota 3: HOWE TOWER, typist 2-3: May Pageant 1. CAROL SMITH-Home Ec. Club 1-3: Junior Red Cross 1-2: Latin Club 1-3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Girls' Glee Club 1-2. HARRY SMITH-Boys' Glee Club 1: Band 1-4: Orchestra 2: Woodwind Quintette 3-4: Mock Election 3: Senior Hi-Y 4. BARBARA SUE SMITHSON-G.A.A. 1: Seloira 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Home Ee. Club 1-4: Pres. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Constitution Comm. 4: Mock Election 4: Winter Wonderland Dance Comm. 4. ANTON PAUL SOHN-Cross Country 1-2: Track 1-3: Band 1-3: Intramurals 3-4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Purdue Drafting Contest. 3. JOYCE MARILYN SOLTIS-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Junior Red Cross 1-3: Booster Club 1-3: Senior Comm. 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-4: Mock Election 4. JOSEPH E. SPURGEON-Senior Jewelry Comm. 3: Student mgr. 3-4: May Pageant 2-4: Mock Elec- tion 1, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1-2: Choir: Projection- ist 1-2: P.A. System 2-4: Operetta 3: Senior Comm. 4: Booster Club 3: Junior Red Cross 4: Latin Club 1-2: French Club 2-3: Science Club 2-3. KEITH STARR-Boys' Glee Club 2-4: Intramurals 2-3. SHIRLEY JANE STEWART-Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis 1: Golden Girl cand. 4: Girls' Glee Club 2-4: G.A.A. 2. Page eighty-five i I I IIE If YVant a contrast? Tl1at's what youll find in our parking lot-anything from a Model T to a luscious hard-top, Oh, well, it's transportation! awelkzcf... XVhat'll you have? The bookstore has everything to offer from 21 gym suit to a hairnet. just relate your needs to Mrs. Burkart and chances are she'll have just what you want. Schedule three usually means one thing: theres going to be an assembly. Homeroom period is short and soon everyone is in the gym, watching a program full of interest. Page Hue Page eighty-six ' f Jfawe 4 THAD STEWART. SHIRLEY ANN STOELK-May Pageant 1-2: Sci- ence Club 2-3: Mock Election 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Spanish Club 4: Booster Club 4. SHIRLEY MAE SUHR-G.A.A. 1: May Pageant 2: Choir 3-4: Operetta 3: Gym asst. 3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Choralaires 3. BARBARA JEAN SWENGEL-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Violet Queen cand. 3: HOW'E TOWER, advertising statf, rep. 3: feature Writer. bus. mgr. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Office Mess. 3: Student Council 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1-3: May Pageant 1-2: French Club 2: Junior Prom. Comm. 3: Mock Election 3-4: Home Ec. Club 1: G.A.A. 1. NANCY JEAN TANSELLE-Spanish Club 2-3: Sec. 3: Science Club Sec. 4: Mock Election 4: "Old Doc" 3: "I Remember Mama" 4: Operetta 3: Pleas- ant Run Revue 3-4: Choir 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: H.R. bus. agt. 1-3: HOWE TOWER. rep. 3: page ed. 4: English Contest, lst Pl. 3: May Pageant 2: Booster Club 2-3: Holladay Student Council 3-4: Vice-Pres. 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosefzi 4: Choralaires 3: Otfice Mess. 3: Senior Play 4: Home Ec. Club 1-2. DAVID C. TAYLOR-Science Club 2-4: Intramu- rals 3-4: Footlight Revelers 4: "I Remember Mama" 4: Mock Election 1. 4: Student mgr. 3-4: HILL- TOPPER, asst. sports ed. 4: Band 3-4: Boys' Glee Club 1: Senior Comm. 4: Senior Play 4: Pleasant Run Revue 4. LEROY THOMPSON-Football 1, 3. 4: Val. Player Awd. 4: Basketball 1-4: Baseball 1. 3. 4: Ted Guth- rie Awd,: Track 1. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: Student bus. mgr. 3-4. BILL THOMPSON-Science Club 2-3: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Mock Election 4. LOUIS EUGENE TOOLE-Science Club 2-3: Se- nior Hi-Y 3-4: Track 1: Mock Election 4: HOYVE TOWER. copy ed: sports ed. 4: Intramurals 2-4: Senior Comm, 4. JANET ELIZABETH TURNER-Selofra ViceLPres. 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi Pres. 4: HOWVE TOWER, rep. 2-4: News Bureau 4: military ed. 3: Mock Election 3-4: H.R. Sec. 3: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Junior Red Cross 2-4: Sec. 3: Pres. 4: Home Ee. Club 1-3: Pres. 2: ViceLPres. 3: Latin Club 1-2: Style Show 1-2: Booster Club 2-3. JACKIE J. ULMER-Senior Comm. 4: Spanish Club 1-2: Hosegi 4: HILLTOPPER, Senior co-editor 4: asst. sports ed. 3: May Pageant 1: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Mock Election 4: H.R. asst. 2-3. MAC M. VIDAL-Intramurals 3 : May Pageant 3-4 3 Choir 32 Operetta 3. DORIS VOELLER-Baton Twirlers 1: Cheerleader 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 2-3: Operetta 3: Senior Comm. 4: Choir 2-4: Booster Club 2-3. CAROL SUE VOGT-Latin Club 1-2: May Pageant 1: Gym asst. 2: Booster Club 4: HOVVE TONYER 4: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4. CAROLE N. VOTEfStudent Council 2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3-4: May Pageant 1: Junior Red Cross 3: Booster Club 2-3: Senior Jewelry Comm. 3. CAROL DEAN WALKER-G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 2-3: Choralaires 3-4: Senior Comm. 4: Footliizht Revelers 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Choir 4: Pleasant Run Re vue 4. SUSAN LYNNE WALLACE-Senior Comm. 41 Football Queen cand. 1: Basketball Queen cand. 2: Time Mag. Contest, 1st Pl. 1: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: Choir 3-4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: H.R. bus. aprt. 2: May Pageant 1-3: Operetta 3: Mock Election 1. 2, 4: Student Council 22 HOWE TOWER. rep. 3-4: Choralaires 3: Girls' Glee Club 2. TOM WALTERS-Football l. R: Intramurals 1-3. 7514 . SHIRLEY ANN WATKINS-Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1-3: Spanish Club 1: Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-3: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: Choir 2-4: Girls' Octet 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 1-2: Op- eretta 3: H.R. bus. agt. 2: H.R. Sec. 3: Mock Elec- tion 3-4: HILLTOPPER. co-underclassman ed. 3: co- senior ed. 4: Gym asst. 2-3: Clinic asst. 3: Office Mess. 4: HILLTOPPER, bus. agt. 2. WAYNE F. WEAVER-Cathedral High School, In- dianapolis 1: Senior Comm. 4. MARGARET WEBER-Band 2-4: Booster Club 2: Home Ec. Club 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Senior Comm. 4: Latin Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 1. BEVERLY WEEVIEfSenior Comm. 4: Band 1-4: Pres. 3: Operetta 1, 3: Girls' Octet 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-4: Student Council 1: Track Queen cand. 1 : Miss Music cand. 2: May Pageant 1-3: Mock Election 2-3: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Senior Play 4. DONNA WEST-Girls' Octet 2: Hosegi 4: Choir 3-4: Choralaires 2: May Pageant 3: Operetta 3: H.R. bus. agt. 3: Girls' Glee Club 2: Mock Election 4: Pleasant Run Revue 4: Senior Play 4: Clinic asst. 4: Senior Comm. 4. GLORIA ANN WILLARD-May Pageant 1-2: Ju- nior Red Cross 1-2: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3-4: Choralaires 2-3: Choir 4: G.A.A. 4: TOWER, bus. agt. 2: Clinic asst. 3. NORMAN WILLIAM WILKENS-Student Council 2-4: Footlight Revelers 1-4: Treas. 3: Student bus, mgr. 2-4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-4: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Golf 1: HOWE TOWER, rep. 3-4: Good Citizen- ship Awd. 3: Intramurals 2-4: "I Remember Mama" 4: "Our Town" 1: "Our Miss Brooks" 2: "Old Doc" 3: Senior Play Comm. 4: Senior Prom Comm. 4: Spanish Club 2-3: Junior Red Cross 3-4: Vice-Pres. 4: Science Club 4: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Vice-Pres. 4: Boys' State 3: Drama Festival 2: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Senior Play 4: Senior Sub-Treas. 4: Booster Club 3. BOB WILLIAMS-Track 2-3 : Latin Club 2 : French Club 4. JEANETTE MARIE WILLS-Selofra 1: LaNina Sec. 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: HILLTOPPER, asst, makeup ed. 3: Senior Comm. 4: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Junior Red Cross 1-4: Home Ec. Club 1-3: Latin Club 1: Booster Club 2-3: Mock Election 4: H.R. bus. agt. 3-4: Ohice Mess. 2-3: Girls' Glee Club 1. CHARLES WINSLOW-Latin Club 1-2: French Club 2. MARINA CAROL WOOD-G.A.A. 1: May Pageant 1-2: Pleasant Run Revue 3: Mock Election 4: Home Ec. Club 1-3: Pres. 3: Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3: Choralaires 2-4: Stu- dent Council 3: HOWE TOWER, rep. 4. RICHARD DIXON WOOD-Football 1-4: Awd. 4: H. R. Pres. 3: Intramurals 1-4: Baseball 2: Science Club 1-2: Mock Election 3-4: Gov. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 4: Student Council 4: Treas. 4: Senior Comm. 4. BILL WORRELL-Band 1-4: Intramurals 2-3. NANCY CAROLYN WYAND-Selofra 1: LaNina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Pleasant Run Revue 2-3: HILLTOPPER, bus. agt. 3-4: TOWER, rep. 3-4: iSeinior Comm. 4: Mock Election 2, 4: Oflice Mess. SHIRLEY ANN YENSEL-Arsenal Technical High School, Indianapolis 1-2: Senior Comm. 4. SELMA ANN ZORE-May Pageant 1: Selofra 1: Bizwling Club 2: Hosegi 4: Clinic asst. 4: Latin C ub 2. Page eighty-seven , "' RK, 3 he J R if Kg vm.- - , -ah 4-A 0 r-ighty-viglzt Thomas Abell, Phyllis Agan, Donald Alexander. 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Janine Crease, Douglas Creed, Carmaretha Crenshaw, Virginia Crider, Gene Cun- ningham, Rose Ann Cusick. James Davis. Donald Deal. Russell Dean. Ronald de Langlade. Don- ald DeNoon. Shirley Dill, Vir- ginia Kay Dodds, Richard Downey, Gary Drake. JoAnn Drake, Judy Duffy, Patricia Dunigan. Robert Eade. Eleanor Edenc. John Elmore, Janice Engle- hart, Max Elliott. Jerry En- yart, Robert Eskexv, Robert Ettinger, Allen Evans. Jerry Farran, John Fields. Barbara Fiers, Thomas Fitz- water, Charles Ford. Patricia Ford, Larry Forrest. Ronnie Fox, Jay Franklin. Wendell Freeman. Marshall French, Donna Funk. Ann Gardner, William Gardner, Price Garland, Virginia Gar- rison. Robert Gassert. Eleanor Gilliatte. - unicvzfi Dick Givan, Beverly Glass, Joe Gonthier, Barbara Goode, Jamie Goussy, Letha Graham, Marjorie Green, Richard Gray, Judy Gordon. Paul Hackleman, Priscilla Ham, Larry Hamel, Marcia Hancock, Joyce Harper, Wal- ter Harris, Patia Harrison, Phyllis Hartman, Anita Hatch. Haskins Hatcher, Sandra Hauenstine, Gene Hausman, Rose Ann Hayes, John Heitz, Herbert Heizer, Judy Hender- son, Barbara Hennis, Richard Hildreth. Loretta Hodges, Suzanne Hoffman, Eugene Hoover, Linda H u g g i n s , Marilyn Hughes, Karl Hunt, Tom Hurley, Jacqueline Hutson, Doug Jackson. Carol Jacobs, James Jenk- ins, Pat Jenkins, Thomas Jett, Elizabeth Johnson, Jack John- son, Jerry Johnson, Sara Johnson, Barbara Jones. Don Jones, Jim Jones, Dor- othy Just, Richard Kirk, Ruth Kirkham, Emmett Klauburg, Carol Klusman, Jimmy Koel- liker, Barbara Kopp. Jacqueline K o u n t Z, Judy Lamb, Richard Langford, Wil- liam Larsh, Patricia Lawhorn, Richard Layton, Arthur Le- Gacy, Cynthia Leslie, Patri- cia Lewellen. Thomas Litteral, Ray Lit- tleton, Jerry Lowe, Henrietta McCarty, Shildes McCaslin, Norman McFarland, Ken Mc- Neeley, Hugh Maloy, Wayne Martin. Kathleen Mathes, Phil Mat- tingly, Mary Mayhew, Anita Meyer, Diane Meyer, Marilla Miller, Scott Miller, Dave Mills. Carl Mittler, Mark Mitzner, Richard Monroe, William Moore, Natalie Morgan, Nancy Moshenrose, Nancy Moss, Don- ald Mott, Phyllis Myers. Shirley Myers, Phyllis Nar- agan, Patricia Neel, Janet Newcomer, Mary Ellen Orton, Carolyn Pagett, Barbara Pat- terson, Dale Penn, Jack Pen- nicke. Beverly Petty, Nancy Pflue- ger, Peggy Poggiani, Beverly Pogue, Phyllis Pollock, Rich- ard Ponti, Patra Porter, Don Portzline, Brenda Powell. Page eighty-nine Y, '24 ' fl an-x 3 I ' ' if " A' , . , 1 , . ' 57, a ff . ' 'J' f f - .. . .4 if I t T ,..,,, 4 I . ,.,, ,Q , ,:',,i.aZ, ' ' I '5' " . ,, 1- Q u .4 ' f ,. ' " X wg, f ,Q 3 's-,ai -g, .A ,. , ,,,, - ' .L , 5' N ,INN . z' x ' 9- ' 5 .. . ..M ,,,, 2, .,,Y ,,,. W, 575' 3 ' ' E if Kmfu ' . I ri f V :Tb Q' '-is-. V x 'AMW' lk 7 Y F V A ..... ,1 . - 2, Q - . y fq c .f T533 " ' 2, -' ""' ' ' iff Ji 'A ' N , f 'A ,itz -' , 'ww ' in f f Fig W V i i - y V , V Tj. V 5 vii-in . 1,11 ' fi '.-N If ,- ' -7 -3 fi - J ' ' f 4 is l ' T ' Q ' N' its-ik f i - f y Q . 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