Thomas Carr Howe Community High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1954 volume:
Page nin ety-six
Members of the Howe
TOWER celebrated its six-
teenth anniversary in May.
Staff members Judy Stucky
and Carolyn Collins repre-
sented Howe last July at the
Journalism Institute at In-
During October, Judy, Car-
olyn, Virginia Crider, Jessie
Wuster, Bill Ridge, and David
Rasmussen attended the
IHSPA convention at Frank-
lin, where they learned more
about journalism and news-
Reporters on the staff cover
assigned beats weekly. In ad-
dition, some reporters have
special assignments for fea-
ture stories and news items
not found on regular beats.
Page editors read the mate-
rial and plan page layouts.
Copy readers edit the stories
and write headlines. The
paper begins to take shape
when the copy is sent to the
printer. Then comes the wait
for galley proofs and then
The finished Howe TOWER
is distributed to Howeites
through their homerooms.
Staff members can tell you
that their work might get
rough at times, but satisfac-
tion is their reward in the
Looking up current news for the
TOWER is the job of staff writers
Phyllis Myers and Carole Pryor.
After their stories have been writ-
ten and typed up, it is the job of
copy readers David Hale and David
Rasmussen to edit them.
The rush is on! As you can see
by the deluge of papers, another
TOWER deadline has been success-
Planning their page layouts for
the next issue and discussing what
articles will be used are page edi-
tors Judy Stucky, Jessie Wuster,
and Virginia Crider.
BACK ROW-R01linS, LaYt0U, Halc, K0u1W3Y91'y SECOND ROW-Cook, Hartman, Pryor, VVuster,
THIRD ROW-Ficrs, Myers, Crider.
FIRST ROW-Stucliy, Collins, Graham, Houri-
gan, Rosser, Schulze.
. . . . dwell Howe's journalists
This year's TOWER staff was headed
by Carolyn Collins, editor-in-chief, and
Judy Stucky, associate editor. Howe's
bi-weekly paper is sponsored by Mr.
Its staff consists of: Virginia Crider.
page 2 editor: Jessie Wuster, page 3 edi-
tor: Bill Ridge, page 4 editor, Sharon
Cook, art editor: Brenda Powell, edi-
torial writer: Dave Rasmussen, David
Hale, copy editorsg Helen Schulze, Ruth
Jo Rosser, Carole Pryor, Phyllis Myers,
feature writers, Barbara Fiers, cartoon-
ist: Kurt Kollmeyer, Don Layton, Steve
Rollins, sports writers, Anne Hourigan,
Korena Rockey, Jean Riches, reportersg
Letha Graham, circulation manager.
Reviewing a finished edition of the HOWE
TOWER are Mr. Wayne Mellott, and editor-in-
chief, Carolyn Collins.
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Period 1 every day is re-
served for choir members
Choir spreads Ho-we's glor
Howe's choir maintained its traditions and
added activities during the year. Under the
direction of Mr. Frank S. Watkins, the choir
sang for radio broadcasts, 400 Club meeting,
Open House, the annual Christmas assembly,
the spring music festival, and the Women's
Prison. They also participated in the Parade
of Choruses at Shortridge.
The honor of being the first high school
choir to sing for the American Guild of
Organists went to the group in March. The
Choir members can vouch for happy times
as well as all of the hard work involved
in rehearsing and presenting programs of
high caliber. Here Dennis Pullin, choir ac-
companist Sally Tinkle and John Heitz en-
joy a round of harmonizing with Director
choir had the further thrill of singing for
the ceremonies which installed Mr. Roy E.
Horton fHowe's chief engineerj as Eminent
Commander of the Oriental Temple.
A choral arrangement of Ravel's Bnlero,
complete with dancers, was a feature of the
vocal music festival held in May.
Final choir appearances of the year are
traditionally at Senior Vespers and Com-
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I-Iowe's gentlemen of song, the boys' octet,
have built a fine reputation this year through
their appearances at varied public functions.
Resplendent in white dinner jackets, this
masculine crew longingly voiced "Lover
Come Back to Me" in the Pleasant Run
At church programs and other perform-
ances they wore the snappy brown and gold
uniforms shown at right. Programs for Fort
Harrison, Railroadmen's and the Kick-Off
Drive of the Red Cross were included in the
octet's 1953-54 schedule. Assemblies at
school and the annual Christmas program
of the music department rounded out their
list of performances.
Mr. Frank S. Watkins is their director,
and Jim Steiner is their accompanist.
BACK ROW-Green, Steiner, D.
THIRD ROW-M. Pullin. Hay-
SECOND ROW-Austin, Lichte-
FRONT ROW-Enyard, Vogel.
"Dig that crazy combo!" Howe's dance
band formed only a few years ago has con-
tinued to improve through the years.
Under the leadership of Mr. Paul Saun-
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ders, who also plays the saxophone in the
band, the group has performed at many
functions both here at Howe and away. The
band members can tell you that there is a
lot of Work put into prac-
Among their activities are
playing for the Winter Won-
derland Dance, sponsored by
the Lettermen's Club and the
G.A.A.g playing for the sen-
ior class winter party, which
came under the title of Toy-
landg playing for the seniors'
spring party, which was the
BACK ROW-Hatcher, Hay-
ward, Holobeck, Mr. Saunders.
FRONT ROW-Lanham, Creed,
Peggs, Mott, Dill, Doyal, Miller fat
Leslie, Padgett. i
THIRD ROW- M
Willenberg, T u r-
pen, Pfium, Smith
The Choralaires consist of selected girls Choruses at Shortridge, sang for the Christ-
from the glee clubs. Since their beginning. mas program and spring music festival at
three years ago, the Choralaires have gained Howe, and appeared in an all school assem-
a Hne reputation through their appearances bly. Mr. Watkins is their director and Judy
at school and public functions. This year the Doak is their accompanist.
Choralaires participated in the Parade of
Glamour blended with song
is about the only way to de-
scribe the girls' octet. Under '
the direction of "Pop" Wat- 'Q
kins, these gals have really "z ug
gone places around the city, - N' C f? uf., Q. K" i
even appearing in the spot- Q1 5 gig: ,, 'FQ ' 'ag
light of TV. 1 v ,f i t ,- A A ' I
Performances have been 'Ti' Vp W T ggi - l
given for the Fort Harrison Q g , C" if . X, xg- '
Service Men's Club, Dental D ,5 A i U-f'r:'2
Association, Girl Scout Con- i y
vention, Boys' State, Chris- 3 ' f
tion Men Builders Class. and W '
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various other church and feel . .W lv
civic organizations. W" P Q .
BACK ROW-Myers, Yoos, if-,5
Shannon, Kapp. - '
SECOND ROW-Crease, Funk.
FRONT ROW-Tinkle faccom- f i
panistj, Faun. frj l
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well as glamour to our band during' this
past year. These high-stepping' gals ex-
perienced the thrill of marching in pa-
ifides as well as marching' at the home
Games during football and basketball
seasons. Pictured here are: Janet Steffy,
Jacque Wooden, Darlene Fly. Carol Roes-
ner, Marcia Bransford, and Carol Sho-
Uren. Sharon lVIcNearney was not present
when the majorettes were photographed
at the City Football Jamboree.
Howe's fifty-member band has shown it-
self to be one of the most improved organi-
zations in the music department. Members
of the A band, pictured above, are selected
after careful training in the B band. The
purpose of these two bands is sometimes
confused, and it should be realized that B
band is merely a training group.
Our Baton Majorettes added pep as
:gp our' IllHl!,?'l'il fum
Band adds pep
Mr. Louis McEnderfer, director, describes
the band as having three main functions:
to serve educational purposes, to serve the
school and the public.
Outstanding musicians in the band re-
ceived recognition for their work at a state
contest in March. Jim Chandler placed first
with his clarinet selection, while John Miller,
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to athletic events
French horn,and Jack GHfoy,snare drunL
each received excellent recommendations.
Among the band's many performances
were phqing hm'open house,theCIMy Foot
baH Jandxnee,and Eve honnsfootbah ganus.
They even traveled to Anderson for one
game appearance. Continuing in the athletic
vein, the band revived the practice of play-
ing at home basketball games.
Their annual Concert was given at Howe
on March 26, at which time band letters and
senior awards were presented. The program
hnduded such sehxiions as UFirst Swwxhsh
Rhapsody," "Dark Eyes," "Amparito Roca"
and "T.V. Suite." Other band activities were
marching in the Irvington Halloween parade,
and playing for school assemblies and pep
In April, the band represented Howe as
a dass'UXH Band hithefXnnualConnxniUve
Festival held at Shortridge High School.
BACK ROYV-Strohl, Stew-
art, Maloy, Allen, Proctor, Hat-
THIRD ROW-Riches. H. Mil-
ler, Holobek, Harris, Mott, Vie.
SECOND ROW-S. Hayward,
Rumbaugh, Grove, Lanham.
FRONT ROW-Doyal, G.
Hayward, Spratt, Morton. Mc-
BACK ROVV-f'hambe1's, '
Chandler, Creed, Tucker. i
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Switzer, Scheerer, Gill. I
THIRD ROW - Lichtenauer.
Ganser, Glore, Deiwly, Simons,
Johnson, Vogel. Drum, Probst.
Jenkins, Myers. Rosser. Russ-
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STANDING-Beam, Scheele. Hildreth, Mott. Hackney, Rassmann, Ford, Steele.
BACK ROW-Rapp. Merkel, Archer, Smith, Ham- FRONT ROW-Rosscr, Crider, Al,,e1 Ginebaugh
ilton, Miller, Hatcher, Chandler, Riches, Gillion, Freeman, Willits, Staley.
Orchestra trains musicians
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Perhaps not so well known as the band,
the orchestra has proved that it has talent,
too. The string classes and the woodwind
classes serve as training' groups for begin-
ners who wish to join the orchestra.
Some of the A Band members also double
in the Howe orchestra, principally in the
brass and woodwind sections. Other orches-
tra members have received their "basic
training" on the violas, cellos, and string
bass, in the string class taught by Mr. Louis
McEnderfer. Woodwind players likewise re-
ceive their initial training in the woodwind
Uniformed in brown and gold the orches-
tra presented its annual concert in December.
They also played at open house, participated
in a state contest on April 3, and played for
Howe's May Music Festival. Mr. McEnder-
fer is the director.
Advertising stafl' members
sold and wrote ads which ap-
peared in the Howe TOWER.
Ed Stevens was in charge of
this staff, assisted hy Har-
HAWK HOW Parrish, Lowe,
SEVONIJ HOW Sliortriflgi-,
Iilalce, Vayton, f'olli4'r.
FRONT ROW Funk, flainey,
They mind their business
Business managers have an important
role to play in the promotion of Howe's
extra-Curricular activities. Advertising the
events and selling the tickets are only two
of the many duties performed hy this group.
Under the direction of Mr. Charles Rusch-
haupt, these student managers also perform
bookkeeping and accounting chores for the
programs under their management.
Jim Springer and Bill Walton are head
business manager and house manager, re-
spectively. Other staff members hold impor-
tant jobs to make music festivals, plays, and
athletic events run smoothly.
BACK ROW-Rees, Barnes, Mattingly, Peyton, SECOND ROW-f-Iiowdrn, Fox, Walton, Cox,
Heitz, Billingsley. Tillery.
THIRD ROW-Kinsey, Whitaker, Franklin, Lay- FRONT ROWfWillenherg, Yoos, Funk, Starling
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"The way to a man's heart is through his
stomach." Girls of the Home Economics
classes demonstrate correct methods of pre-
paring wholesome food ftop rightj. Mean-
while a girl's health class studies the scientific
angle of this adage by looking at the model
heart fbottom rightj.
"It won't be long before I'll be as tall as
you!" Nurse Celia Smith measures the long
and the short of it in the clinic as just one of
her many duties Cbottom leftj.
"Parlez-vous-francais?" For the first time
in the history of Howe, French classes are
being offered in the school curriculum. Miss
Marthana McWhir is teaching all of the
French students the do's and don'ts of this
Yes, the French Riviera, Eiffel tower, and
the irregular verbs are studied by these
French students, who are eager to learn about
their romantic neighbors in Europe.
Clark, Collins, Stirling, Litchenauer, Pursell, Wilkens, Mil-
ler, Whyte, Cayton, Becker, Harvey, Orton, Wilson, Ramsey.
Revelers stage 'Room for One More"
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Presenting the play Room for One More
was the chief activity of H0we's Footlight
Revelers. The main plot of the play is the
story of Jimmy John, a crippled boy, who
the social worker thinks is a complete misfit.
He recovers both physically and emotionally
in the home of the Roses, a warm-hearted
family who finally adopt him.
Revelers also prepared one act plays, Little
Prison and Alntic Srzmzrnzier, which were given
for several club groups. Several members of
Revelers are also Thespians, members of the
National Dramatic Society.
Officers were Mary Ellen Orton, president:
Sandi Becker, vice-president, Hoyt Miller,
secretaryg and Dotti Cayton, scribe.
BACK ROW-H. Miller, Lichtenauer, Clark, Sta-
THIRD ROVV-Pursell, Whyte, Fahrbach, N.
SECOND ROW-Stirling, Wilkens, Wilson, Faun,
FRONT ROW-Becker, Orton, Ramsey, Harvey,
for One More
Mother ................................ Katheryn Wilkens
Joey ..........4.. .4 . D ave Lichtenauer
Trot ROSS ......4.. .......,.... D otti Cayton
Teensie Rose ....A
Miss Winston ......,. .,..,,. N Iary Ellen Orton
POIJDY .........,...... .,s,..... D ave Pursell
Jimmy John ,..... ......., J im Harvey
Mrs. Biddle .....i.,. ..et,,,,,, S ue Wilson
George Biddle .......eeeee...i.,v............. Hoyt Miller
A W0ma1i .....s......s......,...s.s.....i Carolyn Collins
Prompters .... Barbara Ramsey, Nancy Miller
Pictures on this page and the cast picture
on page 106 were taken by Hoyt Miller at
the Revelers' production of Room, for One
UPPER LEFT-Pursell, VVilkens, Cay-
ton, Becker, Orton, Whyte.
UPPER RIGHT-Cayton, Becker, VVil-
kens, Lichtenauer, Whyte.
LOWER RIGHT-Club Sponsor Darrell
Gooch applies make-up to Katheryn Wilkens.
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Round the calendar with P.R.R
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The Pleasant Run Revue is Howe's annual
variety show put on entirely by the students.
A contest was sponsored to select a theme
for this year's revue. Judy Proctor was the
winner with the idea of "The Calendar."
LEFT PAGE: TOP ROW-Pay your taxes
or the devils will get you. Donna Funk vocal-
izes on "Moonlight in Vermont? Umbrellas
and raincoats symbolize April Showers.
THIRD ROW-Octets dream of loved ones
in harmony. Silent movies return with "Char-
lie Chaplin Takes a Walk." Sailors celebrate
the -ith of July with Red, White and Blue.
Octets harmonize on 'tLover Come Back to
SECOND ROW-A little boy's dream of
how Easter should be-The Bunny Hop. Who
says "stay in on a cold night in January"?
This little gal builds a snowman.
BOTTOM ROW-In the spring a young
man's fancy turns to love as Karen and
Dennis sing "Sweethearts" Fall and hayrides
go together and even a lively square dance
sneaks in. Linda Bishop pantomimes to a
record for an intermission act. "I can tell.
I'm a Gemini, you're an Aquarius, a perfect
RIGHT PAGE: TOP PICTURE-From the
looks of some people at tryouts, you never
can tell what the finished product will be.
THIRD PICTURE-Anxious performers
sometimes wait until 5:30 to show their
SECOND PICTURE-Dress rehearsals are
always fun. One sure result is "tired kids."
BOTTOM PICTURE-The Sultan. sailor
and court watch a tumbler in "June in
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Behind the scenes snapshots
Howe is looking forward toward expand-
ing to its new wing in September of 1954.
Construction men work hard to finish in
time for the deadline iupper lefty. Sound-
proof rooms for the music department, en-
larged space for industrial arts classes, and
new publications' oiiices are just part of the
new look Howe students and faculty will see.
'Time for Hoosier Hysteria!" Howe var-
sity cheerleaders look sorrowful about the
outcome of the Washington vs. Howe game
Open House is an annual event at Howe.
It begins with a program given by the music
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department after which parents tour class-
rooms and look at exhibits. A Fun Fair is
held each year by the Howe P. T. A. Profits
derived from this festival are used to buy
items such as band and orchestra uniforms.
Howe Joes and Janes flower leftj visit an
exhibit prepared by the HOWE TOWER
Mr. Thomas Stirling and Mrs. Christianna
Genrich look over the new schedule of classes
for the spring semester. Vice Principal Stir-
ling plans the schedule, making sure every
student will be in his proper place at the
Mrs. Mildred Loew, dean of girls, has the
pleasure of informing girls of their candi-
dacy for queens. Above left she talks to
Violet Queen candidates giving them last
minute details of the May Pageant.
Mr. Alvin E. Geier fupper righty talks
over college arrangements with a senior boy,
helping him with his plans for the follow-
ing year. As senior class sponsor he helps
make college and scholarship arrangements
for all graduating seniors who plan to con-
tinue their education. As counselor to jun-
iors he helps plan their high school pro-
grams to insure them of meeting graduation
"Dig that crazy violin!" Three orchestra
members tug together hoping to bring the
bass fiddle down to solid earth again. With
enlarged music quarters in the newly built
wing, storage of such big instruments won't
be so hectic.
"Snake charmersf' Members of the Sports-
men's Club exhibit garter snakes and a boa
constrictor to the camera lens. These snakes
represent only three of the many which
were on display in the biology department
during open house. Other exhibits in this
popular department display were insect col-
lections, dissections, and a chicken skeleton,
assembled by students.
illustrate Howe life
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"Pop" Watkins leads the boys'
glee club in vocal exercises
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Elective classes at Howe range
from exercising the vocal cords in
the music department, to conver-
sational practice in the language de-
If a student shows interest in
other courses, he can elect such
classes as library practice, home
management, printing, architectural
drawing, or clothing. Or maybe he
will decide to major in social studies
courses and select from sociology,
psychology, family relations, world
history, or Latin American history.
Whatever his educational plans may
be, the Howe student is assured of
receiving a good preparation for the
Variety spices Howe
"Do I have to read it, too!" Pat Neel re- "Look at those kingsize glasses!" Howe's
ceives instruction on reading and writing new reading clinic gives students a chance
shorthand from Mrs. Barbara Green, while to improve their comprehension and reading
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Eager English students wave their
hands in the air with hopes of recog-
nition to show the teacher their in-
telligence in the matter ttop leftl.
Other Howeites in their Social
Studies class receive more informa-
tion about government by watching
a movie. Mr. Forest Witsman, their
instructor, looks on, drawing their
attention to the more important
points of the nlm Ctop rightl.
Art classes are a lot of fun and
give students a chance to improve
their artistic ability. These lasses are
working hard on their projects, hop-
ing they will be good enough for
exhibition in the alcove show cases,
or for entrance in one of the many
contests open to art students.
"I call this 1953
tion to order!" Dele-
gates to the National-
ist convention listen
attentively to the
campaign platform of
their party read by
Mock election teaches
"I promise bubble gum machines in all
classrooms if I'm elected"g "Vote for me and
I'll have cokes installed in the water foun-
tains." These were just a few of the many
campaign promises one could hear at the
political conventions held early in November.
All loyal members of the two opposing par-
ties listened to such promises and speeches
as they chose their parties' candidates for
the mock election.
John Bowden and Bill Walton were candi-
dates for the offices of Governor and Lieu-
tenant Governor from the Federalist party.
Heading the Nationalist party ticket were
"l'll shake on that, Pardnerlu Governor "Mr. Chairman, I propose
Lonnie Tillery and Lieutenant Governor Bill . . . l" John Marsh prepares
Walton congratulate each other on the out- l1iS CH1TlDP1iifH platform forthe
come of the 1953 mock election. Federalist convention.
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Stuck to the news of Sue Stow. Winners of
the mock election gather here to discuss
their recent victory. The girls must be talk-
ing woman-talk for Phil Steckley, Jay Frank-
lin, John Schutt, Lonnie Tillery, Bill Walton,
and Dick Ponti Cleft to rightl don't look
very interested in their conversation.
government by doing
Lonnie Tillery and Jim Billingsley. Candi-
dates for lesser offices were also chosen at
this time, and as soon as the conventions
were over, the election procedures and cam-
paigns got underway at full speed.
The annual mock election is an outstand-
ing event at Howe as it brings with it not
only a better knowledge of our government
but many exciting, fun-filled days. Noisy
campaigners in the halls, colorful posters
decorating the cafeteria and classrooms
brought Howeites to the peak of excitement
"Hey! How do you get out of this thing?"
A freshman voter puzzles over the complex
voting machine, wondering which lever he
should pull for his favored candidates.
as election day drew nearer. Then the day
came and passedg the polls closed and excited
office-seekers quieted down to await the re-
sults of the balloting.
For the first time in Howe's history a split
was registered when Nationalist Lonnie Til-
lery and Federalist Bill Walton were elected
governor and lieutenant governor, respec-
tively. Remaining state oiiices were also
equally divided between Federalists and
"Put up your dukes and fight like men!"
Nationalist candidates Lonnie Tillery and
Jim Billingsley challenge Federalists John
Bowden and Bill Walton to a political tight.
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Fa-vorites are assembly and lunch
Schedule III means assembly day at Howe.
Seniors occupy the coveted front chair sec-
tion, and freshmen crowd the bleachers for
programs of speakers, music, information,
Six members of the Warren Central High
School football team faboveb appeared on
one of our assemblies to help promote a
stronger relationship between our schools.
Before and during the four lunch periods
cafeteria workers are kept busy preparing
such popular food as french fries and ham-
burgers for 1300-plus hungry Howeites. Part
of the fun of lunch hour comes from eating
and talking with chums against a back-
ground of popular record music.
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"Welcome home Jim!" Mr. Charles Rusch-
haupt greets Jim Springer, back from his
visit to the UN and New York City. Jim
was chosen by the senior class and faculty
to represent Howe in the student delegation
which visited the United Nations.
After his return. Jim spoke at a Howe
assembly describing his stay in New York.
Jim and student representatives from the
other city high schools also gave talks to
various Indianapolis civic groups.
Honors come to Howeites
Every year two outstanding members of Carol Sue Dorsett was the choice of the
the junior class receive the American Legion senior class and faculty for the DAR Good
Citizenship Award. Sally Tinkle and Jim Citizenship Award. She was elected on the
Springerare the 1953 recipients of this honor. basis of scholarship, leadership and citizen-
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King Bill Walton and his "glamourous" subjects smile
proudly for the camera. Left to right: Jim Burck, Price
Garland, Mike Leffler, Bill Walton, Ronnie Heath, Jerry
Mitchell, and Bubby Oilar. Not pictured: Kent Stewart.
Fellows got their chance for the royal spot-
light at the annual Winter Wonderland
Dance on December 18 when the Winter
Wonderland King was crowned.
Candidates vying for the title were Price
Garland, Bill Walton, Mike Leflier, Jim
Burck, Bubby Oilar, Kent
Stewart, Jerry Mitchell
and Ronnie Heath.
Bill Walton was selected
as Winter Wonderland
King and crowning hon-
ors were performed by
G.A.A. president Dotti
Cayton during the inter-
"Time to go home!"
These Howe lasses don
their coats, ready to leave
school for the day. They
will be talking about
Hosegi meeting, octet
practice, or other extra-
curricular activities all
the way home.
and frolic fill after
"Look at all those calo-
ries. I shouldn't have
ordered this." As these
Howe lasses iigure up
their calorie count, envious
eyes peer over the booth
hoping to beg a bite of
their strawberry super de-
"Don't play that one.
Ray Anthony is better than
he is." Howeis Janes and
Joes talk about the latest
popular music, band lead-
ers, and singers to keep up
on recent news of enter-
Howe's class day ends with the ring of
the 3:13 passing bell. Doors burst open and
eager students rush to their lockers, put on
their coats, and make a mad dash for the
parking lot. Cars fill up quickly with Howe
students, and then take off from the parking
lot, making a dash to be Iirst at the after
school hangout, so they can listen to the
latest tales from other schools.
Eight kids squeeze into a booth made for
four and order big nickel cokes all around.
A blues song plays in the background while
everyone tries to talk above its soothing
music in order to be heard. After everyone
has circulated around the tables and heard
all the latest, we leave the remains of broken
straws and melted ice and drift off toward
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Howe's Brown Boy and Golden Girl candi-
dates, Don Rees. Jim Spears, Barbara Short-
ridge, Judy Brown, Pat Stanley, Tom Lit.teral,
Sue Stow, and Mike Leffler pause to discuss
two coming events at Howe-the Brown and
Gold and the new wing.
Dances highlight Howeis'
In October the class of '54 proved again that
their guys and gals have what it takes when
it comes to the Brown and Gold. For the sec-
ond consecutive year the man and woman of
the hour were chosen from this class.
Last minute anticipation was at its peak
when Vice Principal Stirling announced that
seniors Don Rees and Pat Stanley Cabove
right! would reign as Brown Boy and Golden
Girl over the fourteenth annual dance. Other
senior candidates were Sue Stow and Tom Lit-
teral. Candidates backed by the junior class
were Barbara Shortridge, Judy Brown, Jim
Spears, and Mike Leflier.
We danced to the music of Ted Campbell's
band at this, the biggest HILLTOPPER dance
in the history of Howe.
Howe's Senior and Beta Hi-Y's held record
dances after the home basketball games this
year. They also manned the checking conces-
sion at open house and school dances.
Oflicers of Senior Hi-Y are Bob Eade, pres-
ident, Hoyt Miller, vice-presidentg Gene
Hausman, secretaryg Tom Steele, treasurer,
and John Holobeck, chaplain.
Beta Hi-Y officers are David Homeier,
presidentg Fred Green, vice-president, Mike
Grove, secretary, Bob Babcock, treasurer,
and Gene Ross, chaplain.
BACK ROW-Christopher. Babcock, Leane,
THIRD ROW-Hilty, Koch, Murtaugh. Green,
Homeier, Grove, Hayward.
SECOND ROW-Cole, Ross, Doyal, Koch, Hearn,
FRONT ROVV-Emsweller, Anspaugh, Gilliland,
Jones, Damnieyer, VanWey.
BACK ROW-Bu1'ck, Heitz, Steele, Vlfesterliaus,
Miller, Eade, Bostic.
THIRD ROW-Cherry, Bryant, Hausmann, Holo-
beck, Homeier, Ray, Romy.
SECOND ROW-Spencer, Propps, Simon, Ayers,
Peggs, Whipple, Whitaker, Schutt.
FRONT ROW-Mr. Heniser, sponsor, Stevens,
Boggs, Reed, Cox, Stekley, Austin, Mr. Turner,
Judy Duffy smiled proudly when
crowned Hi-Y Sweetheart by Hoyt
Miller during the Sweetheart dance
on February 20. Other candidates for
this title were Lynn Blair, Jolan
Goken, Judi Hodson and Barbara
The Tech Rhythmaires provided
dancing music for this annual dance
which is sponsored by Howe's Senior
and Beta Hi-Y's.
Celebrating the one hun-
dredth year of the Indianap-
olis school system, a parade
of floats prepared by all pub-
lic schools was held in down-
town Indianapolis. Queen
Carol Dorsett and her court
brightened Howe's float.
The coming of the queen to the Violet Hill
begins the parade of achievement while the
philosopher, chosen by Senior Hi-Y, reviews
the highlights of the previous year. The May
Pole dance, dance of the Violets, and other
such entertainment portray these events.
As the choir sings "Farewell to the Queen"
the queen and her court depart and the phi-
Each year with the approach of May the
thoughts of all Howeites turn to the annual
Pageant of Achievement. On May 26, 1953,
the 15th birthday of Howe was celebrated
by this pageant which noted outstanding
events of the year. Every five years the
pageant is held at night to give residents
of the community a chance to see Howe's
Night pageant marks
losopher starts the clock to begin Howe's
Candidates for Violet Queen are chosen
from members of Vihota, the junior girls
club, and final selection of the queen is made
by the student body. The Violet Queen is
crowned at the beginning of Howe's May
"Hail to the Violet Queen !"
Candidates for the honor of
being Violet Queen were Cleft
to rightj Jeanne Yoos, Sally
Tinkle, Queen Carol Dorsett,
Judy Sommers, and Joan Un-
newehr. fFront rowj Ginny
Stuck and Janet Newcomer
served as train bearers, and
Linda Anderson carried the
This year Carol Dorsett reigned as Violet
Queen, members of her court were Jeanne
Yoos, Sally Tinkle, Judy Sommers, and Joan
Unnewehr. Norman Wilkens appeared as the
philosopher. Escorts for the court were Jerry
Lowe, John Heitz, Dick Ponti, and Tom
Queen Carol Dorsett and trainbearer Gin-
ny Stuck approach the Queen's throne at
the top of the Violet Hill. Qopposite page,
lefty Dances are performed by the girls'
physical education classes fopposite page,
rightb. Philosopher Norman Wilkens re-
views the events of the year flower leftl.
A large birthday cake flower rightb domi-
nated the Pageant decorations.
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Pictured from left to right are: John Heitz, presi-
house, senior class othcers take time out to have dent, Sara Johnson, alumni secretaryg Lonnie Til-
their picture snapped. The otticers met many times lery, treasurerg Jeanne Yoos, vice-presidentg and
during the year to plan the social and activities
calendar for the class of 195-1.
Carol Dorsett, secretary.
The playis' the thing ......
On the nights of April 29 and Thurs-
day and Friday, "Show Business" became
'iSenior Business." Howe's drama enthusi-
asts were entertained by a sparkling presen-
tation of Smarter and Snwotlzer, a three-act
comedy Written by Maureen Daly, and dra-
matized by Kristin Sergel.
ln the play, Iris, who writes a column of
advice for teenagers, discovers that her own
sister, Sandy, is lagging socially. Iris decides
that something must be done, so she sets
out to improve Sandy. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin,
the parents, have definite ideas about how
teenagers should dress and act. These ideas
are not in agreement with those of Iris.
All this results in a mixed-up, but humorous
situation, which works out in the end.
The play was selected by a committee of
seniors under the direction of Mr. Darrell
Gooch, who also directed the play. Different
student committees handled all details con-
nected with its presentation.
Since the HILLTOPPER deadline came
before opening night, it was impossible to
have photographs taken at the performance.
These pictures of the cast, prompters, and
student director were taken at early re-
TOP ROW-Ed Stevens, Linda Bishop, San-
dra Becker, Dick Slaughter, Ginnie Torreyson.
Margie Green, Bob Reed.
BOTTOM ROW-Sue Wilson, Willa Bedell,
Mary Ellen Orton, Judy Soniniers, Carole
Pryor, Don DeNoon.
Smarter and Smoother
The play was directed by Mr. Darrell
Gooch, assisted by Mary Ellen Orton.
Willa Bedell and Dale Penn served as
prompters. The following were cast
Cathy ...... ee.eee S andra Becker
Iris .e......c,eee,.. o,ooe. B Iarjorie Green
Miss Lewis ..... ee,e...,ee J udy Somniers
Sandy ....,,e,. eoY..e.e G innie Torreyson
Cynthia eee.o, Y,,.ee,..... L inda Bishop
Arlene ........ e.,.... S ue Wilson
Phil ,e....,.,. .ee,oee E d Stevens
Larry .e.c... .e...,,..,... B ob Reed
Allan ..,,........,... c..,,.. D ick Slaughter
Mr. Baldwin ....., e,...,.. D on DeNoon
Mrs. Baldwin .,.,.....,ee..,e,,,,. ,Carole Pryor
TOP PICTURE-Green, Slaughter, Soni-
mers, Pryor, Becker, Stevens, DeNoon,
BOTTOM PICTURE-Reed, Torreyson, Wil-
son, Bishop, Stevens, Becker, Green, Bedell,
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Heitz Yoos Tillery Dorsett Johnson
JOHN M. HEITZ-Senior Class pres. 4: Mock Election 3-4:
H.R. bus. agt. 3: Basketball 1-4: May Pageant 1-4: Operetta
2: Choir 1-4: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Student bus. mgr. 4: P.R.R. 4:
Senior Comm. 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3.
DONNA JEANNE YOOS-Senior Class vice-pres. 4: HOWE
TOWER, reporter 2-3: HILLTOPPER. copy ed. 4: Selofra 1:
La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: P.R.R. 2-4: Girls' Octet 3-4:
May Pageant 1-4: Booster Club 2: Mock Election 3-4: Student
bus. mgr.: Music Festival 1-4: Violet Queen cand. 3: Choir 3-4:
Scholastic Art Contest. Hold key awd. 3: Choralaires 3: Junior
Prom Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
LONNIE LEE TILLERY-Senior Class treas. 4: H.R. bus.
ant. 1-3: Track 1-2: Cross Country 1, 2, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 4:
Student bus. mgr. 3-4: Basketball 1: Student Council, senior
representative 4: Lettermen's Club 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
CAROL SUE DORSETTeSenior Class sec. 4: Mock Election
4: Violet Queen 3: Basketball Queen cand. 2, 4: G.A.A. 1-4:
Cheerleaders Club 1-4: D.A.R. Good Citizen awd. 4: Selofra,
vice-pres. 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi. pres. 4: Student Council 1: May
Pageant 1, 3: P.R.R. 1: Latin Club 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
SARA LOUISE JOHNSON-Alumni sec. 4: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Cheerleader 2-4: Booster Club 2-4:
Choir 2-4: Operetta 2: Latin Club, pres. 1-2: Mock Election 3-4:
May Pageant 1-4: H.R. bus. agt. 2: G.A.A. 1: Senior Comm. 4.
Vivid pictures 0 . . .
Starting off the social calendar for the seniors
this year was the annual winter class party
which was called "Toyland," The seniors added
a new twist to it this year and brought toys for
their admission. These toys were given to needy
children for Christmas. The next big event was
the basketball sectional tourney. We crammed
as much fun into the sectionals as we could,
knowing that they would be our last as Howe
College day, the Wonderful class play, S marter
and Smoother, plans for the spring party, for
vespers, for commencement, and for the exciting
prom came about all too soon. We could hardly
realize that We would be the ones marching
down the front steps to the strains of "Pomp and
Circumstancen on graduation day.
We are indeed proud of our class-the class
the Brown and Gold,
THOMAS C. ABELL-Cross Country 1: Baseball
1-2: Intramurals 2: Mock Election 3-4.
PHYLLIS ANN AGAN-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
G.A.A. 1-2: Booster Club 1-4: May Pageant 1-2:
Mock Election 4.
JOYCE MARIE ALGER-Orchestra 1-4: G.A.A.
1-2: Latin Club 1-2: Selofra. 1: La Nina 2: Booster
Club 1-2: Home Ec. Club 3: Mock Election 3-4: May
RICHARD EDWARD ALYEA-Intramurals 2-4:
Spox-tmen's Club: Aud. Vis. 2-4.
CAROLYN L. ANDREWS-Selofra 1: La. Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 3-4: May Pageant
2-3: P.R.R. 2: Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 2: Junior
Prom Comm, 3: Spanish Club 1: Choralaires 2-4:
Music Festival 1-4: Home Ec. Club 2.
JEANETTE MARIE ANTEY-May Pageant 2:
P.R.R. 3: Aud. Vis. 3: Mock Election 4: Music
RANA NIOLA APPLEGATE-Booster Club 11
Junior Prom Comm. 3: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota
3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-3: P.R.R. 2: H.R. bus.
agt. 4: Mock Election 4: Music Festival 1.
CATHERINE HOVVARD ARMSTRONG-Arsenal
Technical H.S. 1-2: P.R.R. 3-4: Mock Election 3-4:
May Pageant 3: Vibota 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 3.
JOHN DAVID BAKER-Basketball 1-4: Cross
Country, 1, 2, 4: Track 1, 2, 4: Baseball 2-4: Letter-
men's Club 2-4: P.R.R. 2: Senior Comm, 4: Spanish
Club 1-2: Mock Election 3-4.
LOIS DEE BALDVVIN-Selofra 1: Senior Comm. 4.
DONALD LOUIS BALLARD-Mock Election 4:
Senior Comm. 4.
JAMES ARTHUR BARNES-Mock Election 4:
Senior Comm. 4: Football 1-4: Lettermen's Club 41
Student bus. mer. 4: Science Contest lst pl. 3: Intra-
murals 2-4: Science Club 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3.
CAROLYN JEAN BARNETT-Selofra 1: La Nina
2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Choralaires 3: Choir 4: May
Pageant 2-3: Music Festival 1-4.
JOHN DAVID BEATTY-Mock Election 4: Golf 1:
Beta Hi-Y 1: Football 3: Intramurals 1-2: Mock
Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
SANDRA ANN BECKER-Thespians 3-4: Footlight.
Revelers 1-4, vice-pres. 4: Latin Club 1-2: G.A.A. 1-2:
May Pageant 1-2: P,R.R. 2-4: "I Remember Mama"
3: "Room For One More" 4: Mock Election 2-41
Senior Comm. 4: Jr. Red Cross 1-22 Senior Play 4.
WILLA B. BEDELL-Mock Election 4: Selofra 1:
La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: P.R.R. 1-2: Band
1-2: Camera Club 2: Spanish Club 1: Junior Prom
Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1-2: Senior Play
MAXINE GAYLE BELLSMITH-May Pageant 1-2 Z
Vihota 3: Mock Election 1: Senior Comm. 4.
KENNETH RAY BENNETT-Band 1-4: Aud. Vis.
4: Basketball 1: Music Festival 1-4: Senior Comm. 4,
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STEPHEN CLYDE BENNETT-Basketball 1: Band
1-4: Junior Prom. Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
NANCY JANE BERGEN-G.A.A. 1-4: Latin Club
1-2: Orchestra 1-4: Booster Club 2-3: Photography
Club 3: Aud. Vis. 1-3: Mock Election 3-4: Selofra 1.
JIM BILLINGSLEY-Mock Election 3-4: Student
Council 2: Baseball 1-4: Basketball 1-4: Student bus.
mgr. 4: P.R.R. 3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Junior
Prom Comm. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
LOU ANN BISCHOF-G.A.A. 1-2: May Pageant
1-2: Mock Election 3-4: Booster Club 3: Spanish
Club 1 : La Nina 2 : Vihota 3 : Music Festival 1-3.
LINDA LEE BISHOP-G.A.A. 2: Spanish Club
1-2: May Pageant 2: Mock Election 4: Selofra 1:
H.R. bus. agt. 1: Hosegi 4: Senior Play 4.
MARCIA ELLEN BLAKE-HILLTOPPER. asst.
bus. mgr, 3, asso. ed. 4: HOWE TOWER, Advertising
staff 2-4: H.R. bus. agt. 2: P.R.R. 3: G.A.A. 1-3, of-
ficer 2-3: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Home Ec.
Club 1-3, vice-pres. 3: Senior Comm. 4: Junior Prom
Comm. 3: Student Council 4.
CHARLES LEE BOGGS-Golf 1-4: Intramurals 1,
2, 4: Mock Election 3-4: Senior Hi-Y 4: Senior
Comm. 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Beta Hi-Y 2.
CORINNE BONNETT-Music Festival 1-2: Senior
ROBERT SHELDON BOSTIC-Senior Comm. 4:
Track 1-4: Intramurals 1-4: Mock Election 3-4:
Senior Hi-Y 4.
CAROLYN SUANN BOURFF-May Pageant 1:
Senior Comm. 4: Choralaires 4: P.R.R. 4: May Fes-
tival 1-2: Mock Election 3-4.
JOHN FREDERICK BOWDEN-Football 1, 3, 4-
Track 1-4: Intramurals 1-4: Senior Comm. 4: P.R.R.
2. 4: Mock Election 1, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1-2: Letter-
men's Club 4.
CHARLENE ANN BOWLES-Student Council 3:
G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Mock Election 3-4:
Senior Comm. 4.
THOMAS RUSSELL BRADFORD-Football 1:
Intramurals 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
THOMAS CLAY BRANHAMfFootlJall 1: Intra-
murals 1: Senior Comm
MARILYN LOUISE BRENTSYMay Pageant 2:
Senior Comm. 4: Music Festival 1-4.
THOMAS M. BROGAN-Mock Election 41 Senior
Comm. 4: Latin Club 1-2: Intramurals 2-4: Latin
Contest lst pl. 2.
JOHN BROSSART-Football 1-4: Track 1, 3, 4:
Basketball 1-2: Intramurals 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
JOANN CAROLYN BROWN-Mock Election 2-4:
G.A.A. l-2: Latin Club 1-2: Booster Club 2-3: Aud.
Vis. 2-4: Science Club 3: Orchestra 1-4: Senior
the Junior Prom,
LORINDA ESTELLE BROWN-H.R. bus, ayzt. 1:
Football Queen cand.: G.A.A. 1: Otiice mess. 3:
Booster Club 2: P.R.R. 2: Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 3, 4: Senior
HERBERT RALPH BUCHANAN--Latin Club 1:
Science Club 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
DONNA RENE BURRISfMock Election 3-43
G.A.A. 1-2: Selofra 1: P.R.R. 2-4: May Pageant 1-2:
La Nina 2: Vihota ij: Hosexi 4,
BEVERLEY KAY BYFIELD-Latin Club 1: Selo-
fra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosefli 4: Football
Queen cand.: Student Council 1: Music Festival 1:
May Pazeant 1, SZ: Mock Election 1, 4: I',R.R. 2:
Clinic Asst. 4: G.A.A. 1: Senior Comm. 4.
BARBARA JEAN CAMPBELL-Senior Comm. 4,
DIANE LORRAIN CAMPBELL-Selofra 1: Home
Ee. Club 1-4: Radio Club 4: May Pazeant 1-2:
Senior Comm. 4.
KAROI. ANN CAREY-f-'Selofra 1: May Paneant
2: Clinic Asst. 33: Mock Election ZS: Senior Comm. 4,
CAROLYN SUE CARROLL-Senior Comm. 4:
Selofra I: Vihota 33: Hosegri 4: May Pagreant 1-fl:
P.R.R. 2. 4: Otiice mess. Ji: Music Festival 1-4:
Choralaires 2-3: Choir 4.
FRANCES LOUISE CARROLL-St. Lawrence Jr.
H,S,, Muncie, Infliana 1: Muncie Central H.S.. Mun-
cie, Indiana 2: Basketball Queen cand. 3: Football
Queen cand. 4: Vihota 3: Student Council 4: Choral-
aires 4: Music Festival Zi--1: Senior Comm. 4.
BARBARA GENE CARTER-Hoseifi 4: May Paz-
eant 1: Mock Election 4: Vihota 3: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Senior Comm. 4.
JEAN EVELYN CARTWRIGHT-Decatur Central
H.S. 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: HOVVE
TOVVER 4: G.A,A. 1-2: Home Ec. Club 2-4: Mock
Election 4: Red Cross Club 1-2: Senior Comm. 4,
DONALD RAY CERMACK-Football 1, 2. 4:
Track 1-4: Intramurals 1-4: Senior Comm. 4: Basket-
RONALD EDWARD CHAMBERS-Dance liancl 4:
Music Festival 1-4: Intramurals 1--l: Band 1-4:
P.R.R. 3-4: Auil. Vis. 3: Senior Comm, 4.
JAMES H. CHANDLER---Dance Band 2-4: P.R.R.
I!-4: Band 1-4: Orchestra 2--1: Music Festival 1-41
City Soloist Contest ZS-4: State Soloist Contest, 3-4:
Senior Comm. 4.
KEITH COGAN-Football 1: Basketball 1: Intra-
murals 2-4: Mock Election -1,
CAROLYN SUE COLLINS-"I Remember Mama"
3: P.R.R. 3: Latin Contest lst pl. 2?-: Booster Club 2:
"Room For One More" 4: HOWE TOWER, reporter
23. ed-in-chief 4: Mock Election 4: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Footlight Revelers Ii-4: Thespians 4: Choral-
aires -1: Senior Comm. 4.
SHARON LEE CONNER-G.A.A. 1-2: May
Pageant 2: Booster Club 1-2: Music Festival 1-4:
Mock Election 3-4.
VIRGINIA RUTH CONNER-G.A.A. 1: Mock
Election 3: May Pageant 1-2: P.R.R. 3: Music Festi-
val Senior Comm. 4.
the P. R. R.,
PATRICIA LEE COOGANfVihota 3: Music Festi-
val 2: Mock Election 3: Senior Comm. 4.
MARJORIE ELAINE COOK-G.A.A. 1-3: Spanish
Club 2: May Pageant 1-2: Jr. Red Cross Club 1:
Booster Club 2: Home Ec. Club 1.
SHARON LYNNE COOK-Mock Election 3 : HOWE
TOWER, art ed. 3-4 : Jr. Red Cross Club 1: Selofra 1 :
May Pageant 1: H.R. bus. agt. 3-4: French Club 3.
CARL DE HAVEN COX-Intramurals 3-4: Senior
JANICE ANNE COX-Mock Election 3-4: Selofra
1: La Nina 2: Vihota, treas. 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A.
1-3: May Pageant 1-2: Music Festival 1: Senior
Comm. 4: Folk Dance Festival 1: P.R.R. 2: Booster
Club 2-3: Junior Prom Comm. 3.
LAVVRENCE LEE COX-Basketball 4: Baseball
1-4: Intramurals 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
WILLIAM EDVVARD CRAWLEY-Fillmore H.S.
1: Science Club 2-4: Photography Club 3-4: Spanish
Club 2-4: Booster Club 3: Radio Club 4: Cross Coun-
try 1: Mock Election 4.
JANINE RAYMONDE CREASE+Mock Election
3-4: Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Senior Comm. 4:
G.A.A. 1-3: Spanish Club 1: Choir 2-4: Gir1's Octet
4: P.R.R. 3, 4: May Pageant 1-2: Music Festival 1-4:
Orchestra 1: Folk Dance Festival 2.
DOUG CREED-Band 1, 2, 4: Dance Band 3:
Senior Comm. 4.
VIRGINIA FRANCES CRIDER-Orchestra 1-4:
Choir 3-4: Mock Election 3: HOWE TOWER, re-
porter 3, page 2 ed. 4: Radio Club 4: Booster Club
2-4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Choralaires 2:
May Pageant 3-4: Senior Comm, 4: Music Festival
1-4: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Latin Club 1-2.
ROBERT GENE CULLY-Senior Comm. 4.
EUGENE FRED CUNNINGHAM-Intramurals 1:
Mock Election 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
ROSE ANN CUSICK-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Choir 2-4: G.A.A. 1: P.R.R. 4:
May Pageant 1-4: Music Festival 1-4: Mock Elec-
tion 4: Radio Club 4: Senior Comm. 4.
JAMES LEONARD DAVIS-Senior Comm. 4,
CAROL ANNE DAY-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-2: Booster Club 1: H.R.
bus. agt. 1.
DONALD LEWIS DEAL-Intramurals 1: Mock
Election 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
RUSSELL SONNY DEAN-Mock Election 1, 4:
Spanish Club 2: Football 1-3: Intramurals 1-4: Choir
4: Music Festival 3-4.
RONALD ALLAN DE LANGLADE-Mock Elec-
tion 1, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Track 1-2: H.R. bus.
agt. 1-3: Senior Comm. 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3:
SUZANNE DELBAUVE-G,A,A. 1-2: Latin Club
1-2: May Pageant 1-4: P.R.R. I-4: Music Festival
2-4: Mock Election 4: Latin Contest 2nd pl. 1: La
Nina 2: Selofra 1: Vihuta 3: Hosegi 4.
DONALD L. DENOON-Latin Club 1: Choir 2-4:
Operetta 2: Music Festival 1-4: Aurl. Vis. 3-4: Radio
Club: HOWE TOWER, reporter 3: Senior play 4.
VIRGINIA KAY DODDS-G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 14: Hosegi 4: May Pageant l-2: Mock
RICHARD LELAND DOWNEY-Choir 4: Mock
.IUDITH ANN DUFFYAMock Election 3-4: Vihota
3: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 1: Hi-Y Sweetheart 4.
ROBERT EADE-Basketball 1: Track 1-4: Intra-
murals 1-4: Cross Country 2-4: Lettermen's Club 2-4:
Sr. Hi-Y, pres. 2: Athletic Board 3-4: Hoosier Boy's
State IS : Mock Election 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
ANNA LOUISE EDDY-Mock Election 4: G.A.A.
1-2: May Pay:-reant 1-3: Home Ec. Club 1: Student
Council 3: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Senior Comm. 4.
ELEANOR MAY EDENS-Senior Comm. 4: Mock
GARY MAX ELLIOTT-Basketball 1: Track 1:
Intramurals 2-4 : Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
LINDA KAY EMERY-Mock Election 25: Spanish
Club Z5-4: May Pageant 1-2: Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 3: Booster Club 2-3: Radio Club 4:
Music Festival 1-2: Scholastic Art Contest 3.
.IANICE PAULINE. ENGLEHART-May Pageant
1-3: H.R. bus. agt. 3: G.A.A. 1-3: Choir 2-4: Music
ROBERT ALLEN EVANS-Senior Comm. 4: In-
tramurals 1-2: Band 2: Mock Election 4.
JERRY DON FARRAN-Football 2: Intramurals
1-2: Mock Election 3: Orchestra 1: Senior Comm. 4.
SANDRA FEARS-Glee Club 1-3: Choralaires 4:
Aud. Vis. 1-2: May Page-ant 1-2.
JOHN LEE FIELDS-Football 3: Intramurals 1-2:
Senior Comm. 4: Science Club 2: Mock Election 4.
BARBARA LOUISE I-'IERS-Roxboro Jr. H.S.,
Cleveland, Ohio 1: HILLTOPPER, asst. make-up ed.
3: senior ed. 4: Booster Club 2: Science Club 2:
Home Ec. Club 2: HOWE TOWER, cartoonist 3-4:
Schoolastic Art Contest, Gold Key awd. 3: Thrift
Essay Contest. 3rd pl. 4: Vihota 3: Hose-gi 4: La
Nina 2: G.A.A. 2: Mock Election 3-4: May Pageant
2: Senior Comm. 4: French Club 2: Poster Contest,
lst pl. 2-3: Freedom's Foundation Contest 4: John
Herron Scholarship 4: Red Cross Club 2.
PATRICIA ANN FORD-Radio Club 4: Hosegi 4:
Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Glee Club 1-4: Orchestra:
Senior Comm. 4.
LARRY DEAN FORREST-Intramurals I-3: Track
2: May Pageant II: Mock Election 4: Aud. Vis, 2-4.
the class play,
RONALD LAWRENCE FOX-Football 1-4 : Basket-
ball 1-4: Baseball 1-4: Track 1-4: Brown Boy cand.
3: P.R.R. 3-4: H.R. bus. agt. 1-2: Student bus. mgr.
4: Lettermen's Club 2-4: Mock Election 4. '
GEORGE JAY FRANKLIN-H.R. bus. agt. 4:
Track 2-3: Intramurals 1-2: Cross Country 1-2: Foot-
ball 4: Choir 2-4: Operetta 2: H.R. pres. 3: Mock
Election 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
RONALD EUGENE FREELAND-Football 1-2:
Orchestra 1-4: Intramurals 1-2.
WENDELL LEE FREEMAN-Football 1-2: Or-
chestra 1-4: Intramurals 1-2.
DONNA LYNN FUNKfMock Election 1. 3, 4:
HILLTOPPER, bus. mgr. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1: Foot-
ball Queen cand. 2-3: Track Queen cand. 1-2: Basket-
ball Queen cand. 2: Miss Music 2: Latin Club 1-2,
pres. 2: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4:
May Pageant 1-4: P.R.R. 1-2: Girl's Octet 2-4: Choir
3-4: Operetta 3: Student Council sec. 2, 4: Orches-
tra 1: Folk Dance Festival 1: Senior Comm. 4.
ANN GARDNER-G.A.A. 1-3: May Pageant 2-3:
Mock Election 3: Booster Club 3: Aucl. Vis. 2-4.
WILLIAM RODNEY GARDNER-H.R- Dres. 3:
Student Council 3: Intramurals 3-4.
PRICE WILLIAM GARLAND-Basketball 1-4:
Track 1-4: HOWE TOWER. cartoonist 2-3 : P.R.R. 3:
Lettermen's Club 4: Winter Wonderland King cand.
4: Mock Election 4.
VIRGINIA ALICE GARRISON-G.A.A. 1-2: Span-
ish Club 1: May Pageant 2: Selofra 1: Aud. Vis. 2-4.
ROBERT FRANK GASSERT-Mock Election 4:
Beta Hi-Y 2-3, vice-pres. 3: Choir 2-4: Operetta 4:
Intramurals 4: Music Festival 1-4: Science Club 1:
Sr. Hi-Y 4.
RICHARD LEE GIVANABasketball I-3: Baseball
1-2: Cross Country 1: Mock Election 4: P.R.R. 3:
BEVERLY ANN GLASS-Mock Election 3-4:
P.R.R. 4: St. Mary's Academy 1-2.
BARBARA ANNE GOODE-Mock Election 1, 4:
French Club 2: G.A.A. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
JUDITH ANN GORDON-H.R. bus. agt. 1: May
Pageant 1: Music Festival 1-4: Choir 4: Senior
Comm. 4: Mock Election 3-4.
JAMIE SUE GOUSSY-H.R. bus. agt. 2: May
Pageant 2: Selofra 1: Mock Election 3-4: Senior
LETI-IA JANET GRAHAM-HOWE TOWER, circ.
mgr. 3-4: May Paxzeant 1: Mock Election 3-4:
Senior Comm. 4.
GARY WAYNE GRAY-Intramurals 4: Aud. Vis. 3.
MARJORIE ELLEN GREEN-Mock Election 2, 3,
4: G.A.A. 1: Latin Club 1-3: Booster Club 1-2: Selo-
fra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Choir 2-4:
Operetta 2: P.R.R. 2: May Pageant 1-2: Home Ec.
Club 1: Senior play 4.
PAUL WILLIAM HACKLEMAN-Track 2-4 : Cross
Country 2-3: Intramurals 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
PRISCILLA HAM-H.R. pres. 3: G.A.A. 1: Selo-
fra 1: P.R.R. 1-3: May Pageant 1-2: Mock Election
3: Student Council 4: Senior Comm. 4.
LARRY LEE HAMEL-Track 1: Intramurals 1-3:
Beta Hi-Y 1-2: Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
MARCIA HANCOCK-Spanish Club 1: May Pag-
eant 1-2: P.R.R. 3: Home Ec. Club 1: May Festival
1-2: G.A.A. 1.
JOYCE ANN HARPER-Monk Election 3-4: May
Pageant 3-4: Choir 2-4: Operetta 2: Senior Comm. 4.
WALTER 0. HARRIS-Band 1-4: H.R. bus. agt.
1-4: Intramurals 1-4.
PATIA HARRISON-Choir 4: H.R. bus. agt. 2:
May Pageant 2: Music Festival 1-3: Student Council
3: Choralaires 3.
PHYLLIS ANNE HARTMAN-May Pageant 2:
Selofra I: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Home Ec.
Club 1: Spanish Club 1-3: HOWE TOWER 4: Senior
HASKINS ARTHUR HATCHER-Band 1-4: Or-
chestra 3-4: Dance Band 2-4: Choir 2-3: Latin Club
1-2: Mock Election 3-4: Operetta 3: Intramurals 4.
SANDRA LEE HAUENSTINE-Home Ec. Club 1:
La Nina 2: Hosegi 4: Booster Club 3: Senior Comm.
ALFRED EUGENE HAUSMANN-Horace Mann
H.S.. Gary, Indiana 2: Senior Hi-Y 3-4: Sportsmen's
Club 1: Aud. Vis. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
HERBERT ST. CLAIR HEIZER-Senior Comm. 4:
Student Council 1: Football 1: Mock Election 4.
JUDY SUE HENDERSON-G.A.A. 1-4, pres. 3:
May Pageant 2-4: Music Festival 2: Mock Election
4: Booster Club 3.
RICHARD CARR HILDRETH-Mock Election 4:
Football 1-3: Baseball 1: Track 1-4: May Pageant
2-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: P.R.R. 3: Choir 2-4: Or-
SUZANNE HOFFMAN-Mock Election 3-4: Hi-Y
Sweetheart cand. 2: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 2-3:
P.R.R. 2: Choir 4: Booster Club 2: Choralaires 2-3:
Senior Comm. 4.
JOAN EDITH HUBER-May Pageant 1-2: Spanish
Contest Ist. pl. 1-2: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Mock
Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
LINDA JANE HUGGINS-Home Ec. Club 1: Mock
Election 1: Selofra 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May
Pageant 2: P.R.R. 4.
MARILYN HUGHES-Home Ec. Club 1-3: May
Pageant 1-3: Mock Election 3-4: Selofra, treas. 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota, pres. 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 2-3: Track
Queen cand, 1: P.R.R. 3: Red Cross Club 1: Booster
Club 2: Senior Comm. 4.
KARL RAYMOND HUNT-Cathedral H.S., In-
dianapolis 1-23 H.R. bus. agt. 43 Senior Comm. 43
Mock Election 4.
TOM HURLY-Senior Comm. 4.
JACQUELINE SUE HUTSON-Mock Election 2-43
H.R. bus. agt. 13 Selofra 13 May Pageant 23 Vihota
33 Latin Club 1-23 G.A.A. 33 Booster Club 23 Hoosier
Student Librarians' Assn. prm. 3.
DOUGLAS LEE JACKSON-Track 13 P.R.R. 2-33
Intramurals 2-43 May Pageant 1-43 Choir 3-43 Mock
Election 33 Senior Comm. 43 Dance Band 3.
CAROLYN JANE JACOBS-Mock Election 1, 3, 43
HILLTOPPER, club ed. 3, senior ed. 43 H.R. bus.
agt. 2, 43 G.A.A. 1-23 Latin Club 1-2, vice-pres. 2:
May Pageant 1-43 P.R.R. 2-43 Choralaires 1-23 Choir
3-43 Selofra 13 La Nina 23 Vihota 33 Hosegi 43
Senior Comm. 43 Folk Dance Festival 13 Music
Festival 1-43 Student Council 43 Booster Club 1-23
HOWE TOWER 4.
PATRICIA ANN JENKINS-Senior Comm. 43
Science Club 3-43 May Pageant 1-43 Band 1-43 Mock
Election 33 Booster Club 2.
THOMAS H. JETT-Student mgr. 1-22 Intramurals
1-33 Senior Comm. 4.
ELIZABETH JOHNSON-Selofra 13 La Nina 23
Vihota 33 G.A.A. 13 Cheerleader 33 Golden Girl cand.
33 Basketball Queen 33 Choir 3-43 HILLTOPPER,
underclassmen ed. 33 editor 43 P.R.R. 2-43 May
Pageant 1-43 Senior Comm. 43 Mock Election 3-4:
Music Festival 1-43 Spanish Club 1.
JACKIE LEE JOHNSON-Mock Election 3-43 In-
tramurals 1-23 Senior Comm. 4.
JERRY LYNN JOHNSON-Mock Election 2-3:
Football 1 3 Choir 2-3 3 Student Council 13 Intramurals
1-23 Senior Comm. 4.
BARBARA JEAN JONES-Selofra 13 Home Ec.
Club 1-23 La Nina 23 Vihota 33 P.R.R. 2-33 Track
Queen cand. 33 Hosegi 43 Student Council 4: H.R.
bus. agt. 1-33 Red Cross Club 23 May Pageant 3.
JAMES JONES-lntramurals 1-4: Football 1-23
Senior Comm. 4.
DOROTHY JUST-St. Mary's Academy, Indianap-
olis 1-23 Hosegi 43 Senior Comm. 43 Mock Election
RUTH LAVERNE KIRKHAM-Glee Club 1: Choir
3-43 Choralaires 23 H.R. bus. agt. 13 P.R.R. 33 May
Pageant 33 La Nina 23 Vihota 33 Selofra 13 Senior
Comm. 4 3 Mock Election 3-43 Booster Club 2-3.
EMMETT GEORGE KLAUBURG-Intramurals
1-4: Baseball student mgr. 33 Beta Hi-Y 1-23 Mock
Election 3-43 Senior Comm. 4.
CAROL JEAN KLUSMAN-Selofra 13 La Nina 2:
Vihota 33 Hosegi 43 Home Ec. Club 3-4, pres. 43
HILLTOPPER, asst. make-up ed. 3, make-up ed. 43
Mock Election 3-4: May Pageant 33 Senior Comm.
4: Student Council 33 G.A.A. 23 Bowling Club 2.
BARBARA KOPP--Arsenal Technical H.S., In-
dianapolis 13 Mock Election 3-43 La Nina 23 Vihota
33 May Pageant 23 Senior Comm. 43 H.R. bus. agt. 3.
JACQUELINE RAE KOUNTZ-Mock Election 3-4:
H.R. bus. agt. 3: Selofra 1: La Nina 23 Vihota 33
Hosegi 43 HOWE TOWER, corres. 43 May Pageant
1-23 Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 13 Red Cross Club 13
Bowling Club 23 Music Festival 13 Booster Club 1.
JUDITH EILEEN LAMB-Mock Election 3-4:
Hosezri 4: Selofra 1: P.R.R. 3: G.A.A. 1-2: H.R. bus.
aprt. 2: May Pageant 2: Vihota 3 3 Senior Comm. 4.
CHARLES RICHARD LANGFORD-Mock Election
1, 3, 4: Intramurals 1-4: Basketball 1-2: Football 1-41
Track 1-2: Beta Hi-Y 1-2: Baseball 1.
PATRICIA ANN LAWHORN-Mock Election 2. 4:
May Pafreant 1-2: P.R.R. 2: Selofra 1: Vihota 3:
Hosegi 4: Orchestra 1-fl: H.R. bus. agt. 2: Latin
Club I-2: Music Festival 1-3: Senior Comm. 4.
DICK LAYTONiMock Election 23 Intramurals
ARTHUR MELVIN LEGACY-Mock Election 3-4:
H.R. pres. 2: Intramurals 2-4: Baseball 3-4: Track
1: Music Festival 1-2.
CYNTHIA SCOTT LESLIE-Mock Election 1, 3, -1:
Spanish Club 1: May Pageant 1-3: P,R.R. 1-4: Choral-
aires 1-4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 23: Senior
TOM LITTERAL-Student Council 1: Football 1-4:
Track 1-4: Intramurals 2-4: Mock Election 3-4:
Brown Boy cand. 4.
GERALD KEITH LOWEfHOWE TOWER, make-
up ed. 3-4: Student Council 2-3: Brown Boy 3: Foot-
ball 2-4: Intramurals 1-43 Student bus. mgr. 2-4:
May Pageant 2-4: Choir 2-4: Operetta 2: Mock
Election 1, 3. 4: Winter VVonderland King cand. 2-3:
Senior Comm, 4: Track 1-4.
JAMES KENNETH LUICHINGER-Cathedral H.S..
JAMES RONALD MCBRIDE-Mock Election 41
Football 1: Baseball 1: Intramurals 3-4: Latin Con-
SHILDES M. McCASLIN-Florida Jr. H.S. 1-2:
KATHRYN MCCUBBINS-Senior Comm. 4.
NORMAN FRANKLYN MCFARLAND-Student
Council 1-33 Basketball 1: Intramurals 1-3: May
Pageant 1-2: Glee Club 1-3: Mock Election 3-4.
KENNETH MCNEELEY-H.R. bus. azt. 2: Beta
Hi-Y 1-2: Sr. Hi-Y 3-4: Cross Country 1-2: Intra-
murals, 1, 2, 4: May Pageant 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
HUGH PATTON MALOY-Band 1-4: Student mgr.
1-2: Mock Election 3-4: May Pageant 1-4: Music
Festival 2-3: Senior Comm. 4.
DAVID LOYD MARSH-Winchester H.S. 1-3: In-
tramurals 4: Senior Comm. 4.
WAYNE M. MARTINvMusic Festival 1-3: H.R.
bus. aet. 4: Mock Election 3-4: Science Club pres.
2-41 Senior Comm. 4.
KATHLEEN JOAN MATHES-Mock Election 1, ti.
4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Spanish
Club 3-4: May Pageant 1-2: Student Council 3: Sen-
ior Comm. 4.
the big moment
PHILIP EUGENE MATTINGLY-Student bus.
mgr 1-4: Football 1, 3, 43 Track, 1, 43 Mock Elec-
tion 1, 3, 43 P.R.R. 3-4: Aud. Vis. 1-43 H.R. bus.
agt. 1-23 Intramurals 43 Senior Comm. 4.
MARY MAYHEW-Pinkerton H.S., Midway, Ky.:
La Nina 2: Mock Election 3: Jr. Red Cross trees.:
Dramatics club 1: Baton Twirlers 1.
ANITA KAY MEYER-Selofra 1: G.A.A. 23 La
Nina 23 Music Festival 1-4: Choralaires 3-4.
DIANE MEYERfHosegi 43 G.A.A. 23 P.R.R. 2-33
May Pageant 2: Music Festival 3.
CAROL MILLER-Selofra 1: Hosegi 4: Radio Club
43 Home Ec. Club 1: Science Club 23 Music Festival
MARILLA MILLERfMock Election 4: P.R.R. 2,
4: May Pageant 2: Selofra 13 La Nina 23 Vihota 3:
Hosegi 43 G.A.A. 13 Latin Club 1: Senior Comm. 4.
DAVID RICHARD MILLS-Student bus. mgr. 43
Track 1. 2: Mock Election 2, 43 Hi-Y 3: Intramurals
4: P.R.R. 4: Cross Country 1.
MARK MITZNER-Band I-23 Intramurals 4.
RICHARD EUGENE MONROE-Mock Election 45
Intramurals 1: Baseball 2.
BILLIE JESSE MOORE-Student bus. mgr. 1-23
Football 1-4: Lettermen's Club 3-43 Senior sub.
treas. 4: Senior Comm. 4.
NATALIE CAROL MORGAN-Selofra 13 La Nina
23 Vihota 3: Hoserri 43 Home Ec. Club 1: Spanish
Club 3: G.A.A. 1-2: Choir 3-4: May Pageant 33 Mock
Election 3-43 Radio Club 4: Science Club 43 Senior
NANCY MOSHENROSE-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Mock Election 3-4: HILLTOP-
PER, bus. agt. 4: May Pageant 2: G.A.A. 11 Booster
Club 1: P.R.R. 1.
NANCY ANN MOSS-Selofra 1: Mock Election
2-3: La Nina 2.
DONALD EDWARD MOTT-Mock Election 13
Radio Club 4: Aud. Vis. 1-4: Track 1-23 Dance Band
3-43 Band 2-4: Orchestra 2-4.
MYRNA MURPHY-Danville H.S., Danville, Ill.
1-21 Seacrest H.S., Florida 3.
PATRICIA ANNE MURPHY-Selofra 13 La Nina
2: G.A.A. 13 P.R.R. 2, 4: Seacrest H.S., Florida 3.
PHYLLIS ANN MYERS-Mock Election 2-43
TOWER, reporter 3, news bureau 4: Booster Club 1:
May Pageant 2-3: P.R.R. 2-4: Selofra 13 La Nina 23
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Choir 3-4: Girls' Octet 3-4:
Senior Comm. 43 Music Festival 1-4: TOWER, H.R.
SHIRLEY JOAN MYERS-Vihota 3: Mock Elec-
Page th irty-four
PHYLLIS LOUISE NARAGON-Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Home Ec. Club 2: May Pageant
1: Mock Election 4: Music Festival 1-2: Senior
PATRICIA ANN NEEL-Mock Election 2-4: Selo-
fra. 1: La Nina. 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant
1-2: P.R.R. 2, 4: G.A.A. 1-3: Music Festival 1-2:
Booster Club 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
JANET LOUISE NEWCOMER-Mock Election 3-
4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: May Pageant
1-3 : Choralaires 1-3: Cheerleader 2 : G.A.A. 1 : P.R.R.
2-4: Music Festival 1-3: Booster Club 2: Senior
MARY ELLEN ORTON-Office mess. 3-4: Mock
Election 1, 3: Footlight Revelers, pres. 4: Thes-
pians 4: "I Remember Mama" 3: "Room For One
More" 4: P.R.R. 3: Spanish Club 4: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Orchestra 1: Booster
Club 2-3: Senior Comm. 4: Aud. Vis. 1: Junior
Prom Comm. 3: Senior play 4.
CAROLYN RUTH PAGETT-La Nina 2: Or-
chestra 1-2: May Pageant 1-2: Selofra 1: P.R.R. 3:
Hosegi 4: Vihota 3: Choralaires 3-4: Music Festival
1-4: Senior Comm. 4.
BARBARA MAUREEN PATTERSON-La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Red Cross Club 1-4: Booster
Club 1, 3, 4: Home Ec. Club 1, 4: Senior Comm. 4.
CAROLYN DALE PENN-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Latin Club 2-3: G.A.A. 1-4, vice-
pres. 3: Home Ec. Club 2: Radio Club, sec. 4: Booster
Club 1-4: Photography 2-3: Science Club 4: Mock
Election 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: Aud. Vis. 2-4:
Senior Comm. 4: Senior play 4.
JACK EDWIN PENNICKE-Track 1-4: Cross
Country 2-3: Aud. Vis. 3: Senior Comm. 4.
BEVERLY JEAN PETTY--Mock Election 4: Or-
chestra 1-2: Selofra 1: Home Ec. Club 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Aud. Vis. 1: Senior Comm. 4.
LARRY NORMAN PEYTON-Mock Election 4:
H.R. bus. agt. 4: Aud. Vis. 2-3: Football 3-4: H.R.
pres. 2: Student bus. mgr. 2-4: Senior Comm. 4:
NANCY FRANCES PFLUEGER-Mock Election 1,
4: G.A.A. 1: HILLTOPPER, asst. sports ed. 3, activ-
ities ed. 4: P.R.R. 2-4: Selofra. 1: Vihota 3: Hosegi
4: Senior Comm. 4: May Pageant 1-2.
MARGARET JOSEPHINE POGGIANI-G.A.A.
1-2: May Pageant 1-2: Choir 4: Senior Comm. 4.
BEVERLY ANN POGUE-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Spanish Club 1-2: Home Ec. Club 1: May Pageant 2:
Office mess. 3: Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
PHYLLIS ANN POLLOCK-Selofra 1: La Nina
2: Vihota 3: Latin Club 1-2: Mock Election 3:
Choralaires 3: Booster Club 1-3: Senior Comm. 4.
RICHARD PERRY PONTI-Student Council fresh.
rep. 1, sopb. rep. 2. vice pres. 4: Football 1-4: Track
1-4: Mock Election 1, 4: Winter Wonderland King
cand. 2-3: Intramurals 3-4: Music Festival 1-2: May
Pageant 3: Senior Comm. 4: P.R.R. 4.
PATRA LOUISE PORTER-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota. 3: Hosegi 4: May Pageant 1-4: Choralaires
3-4: Mock Election 4: Choir 4.
DONNELL BYERLY PORTZLINE-H.R. bus. agt.
1: Track 1: Senior Comm. 4.
ANTOINETTE JANE POWELL-Hosegi, treas. 4:
Mock Election 4: Whitefish Bay H.S. 1: Sherburn
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BRENDA SUE POWELL-Mock Election 3-4:
HOXVE TOWER, reporter 3, editorial ed. 4: H.R.
pres. 2: Senior Comm. -4: G.A.A. 1: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hoseei -1: Home Ec. Club 2-3:
Booster Club 2: May Pageant 1-2: Jr. Red Cross 1:
DOROTHY A. POW'ER-Mock Election 3-4: Selo-
fra 1: May Pageant 1-3.
GALEN LA DONNA PRICE-Selofra 1: May Pag-
eant 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
PHILIP WADDELL PROBST-Mock Election 3-4.
PAUL LEVVIS PROCTER-Band 2--1: Senior
CAROLE SUE PRYOR-Cheerleader 2: Selofra.
pres. 1: Golden Girl 35: Football Queen cand. 3: Hi-Y
Sweetheart cand, 3: P.R.R. 3: Student Council 3-4.
pres. 4: Senior Comm. -1: May Pageant 3: HOWE
TOVVER, reporter 3. feature Writer 4: La Nina 2:
G,A.A. 2: Folk Dance Festival 2: Mock Election 3-4:
Music Festival 1: Senior play 4.
PAUL DENNIS PULLIN-Jefferson Jr. College,
Jefferson City, Mo. 1-3: Boy's Octet 4: P.R.R. 4:
Choir 4: Senior Comm. 4: Music Festival 4.
HARRIETT DELORES QUINN-G.A.A. 1: Jr. Red
Cross 1: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 2: May Pag-
eant 1: Mock Election 1, 3.
BARBARA JOSEPHINE RAMSEY-"Room For
One More" 4: Radio Club 4: Footliizht Revelers 4:
May Pageant 1-3,
JERRY L. RASCHEfTrack 1: Mock Election 3-41
BETTY RAMER-Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election
3. 4: May Pageant 3.
JANET LUCILLE REED-H.R. bus. agt. 2-3:
Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosezi 4: Mock
Election 3: Home Ec. Club 2-3: P.R.R. 3: OHice
mess. 4: G.A.A. 2-3: Folk Dance Festival 2: Jr. Red
Cross 1: Senior Comm. 4.
JUDITH REED-l-LR. bus. agt. 3-4: May Pageant
2-3: Senior Comm. 4.
ROBERT G. REED-Band 1-2: Choir 3-4: Student
Council ZZ: Footlight Revelers 2: Hi-Y 3-4: Mock
Election -1: Latin Club 1: Intramurals 1-4: Cheer-
leader 3-4: Senior play -1.
DONALD NVAYNE REES-Basketball 1-4. most val.
player 3-4: Football 2-4: Cross Country 1: Track 1-4:
Brown Boy 4: Student Council 3-4, treas. 4: P.R.R.
25-4: Student bus. mgr. Lettermen's Club 2-4: Senior
JAMES WALTER REINECKE-I-LR. bus. agt. 2:
Music Festival 2: May Pageant 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
ROSE MARY RESENER-Senior Comm. 4: Mock
JEAN RICHES-Senior Comm. 4: Aud. Vis. 2-4:
Spanish Club 1-2: May Pageant 1-2.
Page th iffy-six
of the Prom
BETTY LOU RICKETTS-Baton Twirle-r's Club 1:
Music Festival 1-4: May Pageant 1: Senior Comm. 4.
RICHARD H. RIEGNERfH.R. bus. ayzt. 3: Hi-Y
3: Intramurals 2-4: Cross Country 3: Mock Election
3-4: Latin Club 2.
JAMES RICHARD RIGGS-Mock Election 1-4:
Football 1-2: Intramurals 1-4: Hi-Y 1.
ARMAND D. ROACH, JR.-Mock Election 3-4:
Football 1-4: Cross Country 2-4: Track I-4: Intra-
murals 1-4: Basketball 1: Lettermen's Club 2-4:
Senior Comm, 4.
VVILLIAM ALLEN ROGERS-H.R. bus. agt. 1:
Intramurals 1-3: Track 3: Spanish Club 3: Mock
Election 3-4: P.R.R. 4.
ROBERT CHARLES RUPP-Hi-Y 1-2: Intra-
murals 1-2: Football 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
MARILYN SAPP-May Festival 2, 4: Choir 2-4:
May Pageant 2: Mock Election 3.
THERESA E. SCHADfSenior Comm. 4.
DAVID S. SCHEELE-Aufl. Vis. 3-43 Hi-Y 1-21
Mock Election 3
VVILMA JEAN SCHILL-Cheerleader 2-3: May
Pageant 1-3: P.R.R. 2: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vi-
hota 33 Hosegi 4: H.R. bus. agt. 1: Mock Election
KARL EDVVARD SCHNEIDER-Mock Election 1.
34, 4: Football 1-4: Baseball 2-3: Intramurals 1-4:
IRVIN SCHOOLER-Intramurals 1-4: Science Club
'V ' Hi Y 1 'J
.. , - -U.
HAROLD MARTIN SCHRADER-Track 1, 2, 4:
Intramurals 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
JOHN RAY SCHU'1'TfIntramurals 4: Senior
Comm. 4: H.R. bus. agt. 4: Mock Election 3-4: Hi-Y
I5-4: Golf 1-4: Track 1-3.
SUE SCHWARTZ-Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota
3: Mock Election 3: May Pageant 1-2: Senior Comm.
PATRICIA ANN SCOT'1'fMay Pageant 1-2: Selo-
fra I: Senior Comm. 4.
PATRICIA ANN SHANNON-Girl's Octet 3-4:
Choir 4: P,R.R. 2-4: Booster Club 2: Selofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: Music Festival 3: Mock
Election 4: May Pageant 1-2.
GERALDINE MARGARET SI-IEPARDAEastern
H.S.. Detroit, Mich., 1-2: May Festival 2: G.A.A. 3:
VIOLET ANN SI-IEW-Mock Election 1-3: May
Festival 1-3: H.R. bus. agt. 2-3: May Pageant 1-3:
P.R.R. 3: Senior Comm. 4: G.A.A. 1: Booster Club
1: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Music Festival 3.
JOHN EDWARD SIMON-Hi-Y 1-4: Sportsman's
Club 1-2: Mock Election 4: Intramurals .1-4: May
Pageant 3 : Senior Comm. 4.
DANLEY RICHARD SLAUGHTER-Football 1-4.
capt. 4: Intramurals 1-3: Mock Election 3-4: Student
bus. mgr. 1-4: Student Council 3-4: Hi-Y 3: Senior
Comm. 4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Track 1-2: Baseball
4: Senior play 4.
MICHAEL L. SMITH-Mock Election 2. 4: Hi-Y
1-2: Football 1-4: Intramurals 1. 2. 4: May Pageant
2-4: Choir 2-4: Operetta 3: Track 3: Lettermen's
RICHARD SMITH-Lawrence Central H.S., Law-
rence, Ind. 1.
WILLIAM PETER SOHN-Senior Comm. 4: Track
1-2: Cross Country 1-2: Hi-Y 1: Photography Club 1:
Latin Club 1: Science Club 2: Band 2-3: I'I,R.
JUDITH LORAINE SOMMERS-Mock Election
3-4: Office mess. 4: Senior Comm. 4: Violet Queen
Cand. 3: Latin Club, treas. 1-2: HOWE TOWER.
correspondent 4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota, sec.
3: Hosegi 4: Photography Club 3: P.R.R. 3: May
Pageant 3: Choir 4: Thrift Essay Contest 4: Senior
NORMA JEAN SOOTS-G.A.A. 1-2: Baton Twirl-
er's Club 1: May Pageant 1-2: Aud.-Vis. 2: Selofra
1: Home Ec. Club 1: Senior Comm. 4.
RICHARD ALLEN SORLEY-Sportsmen's Club 2:
Intramurals 2: Senior Comm. 4: Mock Election 4.
WILLIAM ALBERT SPRATT-Intramurals 3-4:
JAMES C. SPRINGERfMock Election 1, 3. 4:
H.R. bus. agt. 2: Basketball 1-2: Football 3-4: Base-
ball 2-3: Student bus. mer. 3-4: Good Citizenship
Awd. 3: U.N. Trip 4: Intramurals 1-2.
PATRICIA CAROLINE STANLEY-H.R. bus. agt.
2-3: Mock Election 4: Golden Girl 4: G.A.A. 1: Span-
ish Club 1: May Pageant 1-3: P.R.R. 2: Choir 4:
Home Ec. Club 2-3: Selofra I: La Nina 2: Vihota 3:
Hoseei 4: Student Council 1: Music Festival 2-3:
Booster Club 2.
MICHAEL LEE STARKfM0ck Election I, 3, 4:
Latin Club 1: Football 2-3: Track 1: May Pageant
3: Intramurals 1-4: Hi-Y 1: Science Club 2: Senior
PHILIP RICHARD STECKLEY-Football I-4:
Track 1-3: Intramurals 1. 2. 4: Mock Election 3-4:
Choir 2-4: Orchestra 1-2: Operetta 2: Hi-Y pres. 1,
vice pres. 2: Senior Comm. 4.
THOMAS ELROD STEELE-Mock Election 3-4:
Track 2-4: Cross Country 2-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4:
Hi-Y 1-4: Intramurals 3-4: HOWE TOWER 3: HILL-
TOPPER, co-sports ed. 4: Student Council 1: Latin
Club 1: Senior Comm. 4.
VERA JOANN STEELE-Mock Election 3-4:
G.A.A. 1: May Pageant 1: Choir 4: Orchestra 4:
Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Hosegi 4: Aud. Vis. 2-4: Home
Ee. Club 2, 4.
JANET M. STEFFY-Booster Club 2: Baton Twirl-
er's Club 1-4: La Nina 2: Senior Comm. 4: May
Pageant 1-3: Majorette 2-4: P.R.R. 2, 4: Cheer-
leader's Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Music Festival 1.
JAMES NAIL STEINER-Mock Election 1, 3. 4:
Senior Comm. 4: Latin Club 1: Cheerleader 3:
P.R.R. 3: Boy's Octet 3-4: Music Festival 1-3.
Page thirty-eigll t
PHYLLIS MARIE STEINMETZ-H.R. bus. agt. 2:
May Paizeant 2: Music Festival 2: Mock Election 4:
Senior Comm. 4.
RONALD EDWARD STERBA-Cross Country 3-41
Senior Comm. 4: Track 3-4: Sportsmen's Club 4:
Mock Election 3-4: Music Festival 1: Football 1.
EDVVARD CLARK STEVENS-HOVVE TOWER,
advertisinrz myzr. 4: Beta Hi-Y, pres. 2: Senior Hi-Y
3-4: Cross Country 3: Student bus. mgr. 1-3: P.R.R.
2. 4: Mock Election 1, 4: May Pageant 1: Music
Festival 1: Senior Comm. 4: Senior play 4.
PHYLLIS ANN STEVENS-P.R.R. 4: Selofra 1:
La Nina 2: May Pageant 1-22: Choir 2-4: Red Cross
Club 3: And. Vis. 3: Senior Comm. 43 Mock Elec-
tion SZ-4: Radio Club 4: Junior Prom Comm. 3.
SUE ANITA STOW-Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vi-
hota 3: Hoseiri 4: Baton Club 1-2: Majorette 2: Bas-
ketball Queen cand. 2: May Pazeant 1-2: P.R.R. 2-4:
Mock Election 4: Track Queen cand. 3: Hoosier
Relay Queen fi: Golden Girl cand. 4: Senior Comm. 4.
CHARLOTTE IRENE STUCK-Selofra 1: La Nina
2: Vihota 3: Hose-gi 4: Latin Club 2: Basketball
Queen cand. 4: May Pageant 1-2: Music Festival
1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
VIRGINIA LEE STUCK-Selofra l: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hnsegi 4: Hi-Y Sweetheart cand. 22: G.A.A.
1-2: May Pageant l-ZZ: Cheerleader 1-4: P.R.R. 2. 4:
Music Festival 1-2: Spanish Club 3: Senior Comm. 4.
JUDITH ANNE STUCKY-Selofra 1: La Nina Z:
Vihota 3: Hoseifi 4: May Pageant 3-43 Mock Election
1, 4: Choralaires 2: Choir 3-4: Senior Comm. 4:
P.R.R. 3: HOWE TOVVER, copy reader 3, asso. ed.
4: Latin Contest 2nd pl. ZZ.
JOAN MARCELLA STUMPH-Selofra 1: May
Pageant 1: Music Festival 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3:
Senior Comm. 4: H.R. bus. aizt, 4: G.A.A. 1: Mock
Election 3-4: P.R.R. 4.
JOHN RUSSELL STUMPH-Track 1-2: Mock
Election 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
BARBARA JANE STURGEON-Selofra 1: G,A.A.
1-2: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hoseiii 4: Latin Club 1-2:
Home Ec. Club sec. 1-4: Odice mess. 4: P.R.R. 3-42
Mock Election 3-4: Senior Comm. 4.
MERRILL SHERMAN TALBERT-Student mgr.
1-3: Intramurals 1,41 Hi-Y 1-2: Spanish Club 1:
Senior Comm. 4,
RONALD HART TAYLOR-Basketball 2-4: Foot-
ball 1: Intramurals 1-3.
EARLENE ANN TERRY-Office mess. 3: H.R.
bus. agt, 1: Baton Twirlers 1-2: Clinic asst. 4: Hosegi
4: Home Ec. Club 1: HOWE TOWER. reporter 3:
Mock Election 4: G.A.A. 3: Booster Club 2: Senior
Comm. 4: Radio Club 4.
JOYCE ANN THAYER-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota 3: Hosegi vice-pres. 45 May Pageant 1-2:
Mock Election 4: H.R. bus. ant. 2-3: G.A.A. 1-2:
Home Ec. Club 2: Senior Comm. 4: Booster Club 1.
DONNA JEAN THEISING-Home Ec. Club 1-4:
May Pageant 2: Booster Club 1-2: G.A.A. 1.
HAROLD WAYNE THOMAS-Mock Election 4:
Senior Comm. 4.
ROBERT VAUGHN THOMAS-Track 1-4: Cross
Country 3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Intramurals 1-4:
Mock Election 4: Senior Comm. 4.
Page thirty-n ine
in the memory of
JANET JO THUMMA-May Pageant 1: May
Festival 1-2: Senior Comm. 4: Vihota 3: Mock Elec-
tion 4: Music Festival.
SALLY KATHERINE TINKLE-H.R- Pres. 3:
Violet Queen cand. 3: Latin Club 1: Hosegi. sec. 4:
Vihota 3: La Nina, pres. 2: Selofra 1: May Pafreant
1-4: P.R.R. 2-4: Choir 3-4: Girls' Octet 3-4: Good
Citizenship awd. 3: Mock Election 4: G.A.A. 1.
DONZEDA MARIE TOMEY-May Pageant 1-2:
Music Festival 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
GINNIE TORREYSON-H.R. bus. agt. 4: Senior
Comm. 4: May Pageant 1-2: OHice mess. 2-4: Selofra
1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 43 Mock Election 4:
Music Festival 1: G.A.A. 2: Senior play 4.
GORDON D. TUCKER-May Pageant 3: Band 4:
Mock Election 4.
JOAN UNNEWEHR-Mock Election 1: H.R. bus.
afzt. 1: Violet Queen cand. 3: Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
Vihota, vice pres. 3: Hosegi 4: G.A.A. 1: May Pali-
eant 1-23 Student Council 3.
H. KURT VON BURG-Senior Comm. 42 Baseball
3-4: Aud.-Vis. 3-4: Mock Election 4: Music Festival
1-4: May Pageant 3: Intramurals 1.
MARGARET ELLEN WALKER-Senior Comm. 4:
Mock Election 3: G.A.A. 1: May PaEeant 3.
DON WALLACE-Intramurals 3-4: Track 1-4:
Aud.-Vis. 1-2: Football 1-2: Senior Comm. 4.
WILLIAM JOE VVALTON-Football 1, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 1-4: Track 1-4: P.R.R. 3-4: Student bus, mfr.
3-4: Mock Election 3-4: Lettermen's Club 2-4: Intra-
murals 2: Athletic Board 4: May Pageant 2.
MARILYN ANN WARD-Selofra 1: La Nina 2:
May Pageant 1-2: Hosegi 4: Science Club 2: Booster
Club 2: Mock Election 4.
BARBARA ANN VVARRICK-Selofra 1: La Nina
12: Vihota 3: Hosexzi 4: Latin Club 2: Music Festival
1: May Pageant 1-2: Folk Dance Festival 1: Student
Council 2: H.R. bus. agt. 4: HOWE TOWER. H.R.
correspondent 4: Office mess. 4: Mock Election 3-4:
P.R.R. 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
GEORGE WERNER-Mock Election 4: Senior
DONALD E. VVESTERHAUS-Mock Election 4:
Hi-Y 1-2: Cross Country 1-4: Track 2, 4: Baseball 3:
Intramurals 2-4: Science Club 2: Student bus. mcr.
May Paifeant 2-4: Senior Comm. 4.
SANDRA JOYCE WIDEMANfSelofra 1: La
Nina 2: Vihota 3: Hosegi 4: P.R.R. 2. 4: Mock
Election 3: May Pageant 2-3: G.A.A. 1-2: Science
NANCY LEE WILLIAMSfSenior Comm. 4:
SANDRA SUE VVILSON-Mock Election 3-4:
PR.R. 2: Footliszht Revelers 3-4: "Room For One
More" 4: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vihota 3: Latin
Club 2: Booster Club 22 G.A.A. 2: Scholastic Art
Contest, gold key awd. 2: Senior Comm. 4: Senior
EVELYN WOOD-Ritenour H.S.. St. Louis, Mo.,
1-2: Washington H.S., Indianapolis, Ind. 3: Senior
tx I D x NX Xi
the Class of '54.
I-ZDNA KAY WURSTER4P.R.R. 2: May Pageant
1: Music Festival l, 3: Selofra 1: Booster Club 2-3:
Vihota 3: HOWE TOWER, advertising axzt. 4: Mock
JULIA ANN WURSTER-P,R.R. 2-4: Latin Club
1-2: Spanish Club 2-3: Mock Election 4: May Pa:-
eant 1: Music Festival 1: Selofra 1: La Nina 2: Vi-
hota 3: Hosexli 4: Senior Comm. 4.
JESSIE LYNNE WUSTER-HOWE TOWER, copy
reader 3, page 3 erl. 4: Latin Club 1-23 Mock Election
42 G.A.A. 1: Jr. Rell Cross Club 1: Science Club 2:
Radio Club 4: Music Festival 1-4: May Pageant 3-43
Selofra 1: La Nina 21 Vihola R: Booster Club 2-4:
Choir 41 Choralaires 33 Home EC. Club 1: Senior
THEODORE WILLIAM YOUNG-Student mgr. 2-
3: Choir 2-4: Hi-Y Club l-2: Intramurals 1-4:
Operetta 2: Mock Election 4: May Pageant 1-4:
Music Festival 1-4: Senior Comm. 4,
RICHARD JOHN YURASKO- Senior Comm. 4.
THOMAS ELLIOT FITZWATER, CONRAD HAR-
DESTY, MARLENE LEWIS, HENRIETTA Mc-
CARTY. SCOTT MILLER. GUY LOUIS RICKETTS,
THOMAS IVAN STRANGE. SANDRA L. TURNER.
JACK JOE VVEBB.
fp fill .
In preparation for the
Junior Prom Mike Lefiier,
Beverly Etchinson, and
Barba1'a Henninger get a
head start on the decora-
Prominent juniors elect Violet queen
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7, ' . 'Di 2: , EJ , Irene Allison, Jack Austin.
I wil' X I V p ' . " , ,il -' Jim Ayers, John Babcock, Joel
"' i - 'X Baker, Donald Ballard, Bar-
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, ara eam.
f A ,, , ,Wai A 51, ,F 73 Bob Bell, winifi-ed Bell.
"ff ,vi :f Q., '92 . ,. I-i :Lf Af if ' Carol Anne Bender, Nancy
" l . X " ' of ff' Y!" fs- W " Q Blacklidge, Jack Bogaert, Oliv-
f, -,,, , Nj er Bondy, Charlie Bone, Co-
S rinne Bonnett, C h a r l e n e
, 'ttf' "W "'Y" Bowers.
,Q ' - 1 4, i Mike Bowman, Gary Bran-
: 3, 3 ' A if "Q bf 5, Q 'gig if denburg, Carol Brandt, Marcia
fi '- ' "T, pg - Ti- "- Bransford, Jack Brown, Janice
In M Brown, Judy Brown, Forrest
bg A ' A L f J Bruce, David Bryant.
PN ,Q . 'I Jim Burck, Pam Burk, Tom
ia Cy- .6 . f f -Q ji' , , A A Bush, Charles Campbell, Mary
-19: ' Y' ' , t Q: i A ie, -,J Carnes, Sandi Carpenter, Carol
, A- -V Y," B' " S" ,fu W Carter, Dotti Cayton, Sandy
ad ' N - X " I - Champion.
I A V A f-ff V I in ii ' Mi Tom Chappell, S a n d r a
f' Q ' Chase, Louise Chastain, Rich-
A J' 1-+3 ,Q 2 ,,-:-. G 5 is 1. E ard Chavers, Wayne Cherry,
V . L N i 5, ' x P F, ru ,,., ., ' .. , -L ' L , Beverly C h r i s t i a n , Joyce
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J' ., I K Clark.
' fr Ronny Clark, George Cocco.
A A ? ,I , it 'Q J Ellen Collier, Frank Collins,
N -J ' a "iii g ,R .M - - ' 4- ,Q V , Q ig Shirley Ann Connor, Judy
gf Q , ,A F' 1:4 eg., I .... Q, ' X 3.5 E' Cook, Carolyn Cooke, Roger
I ' it ' '- if ' 1 a. " X Q K U1 . Cox, Shirley Cruser.
A 3 M 1,4 ft I Duane Darling, Dale Davis,
'A ' - X " I ' " Carol Day, Judy Decker, Bobby
- Dendy, Patricia Denham, Caro-
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,.. . - ,,,.,, 1 1 fy.- ,Q n, Gloiia Dixon.
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. . ' " xl- ,A y , Jim Dixon, Jane Dodd, Bar-
JN 177 'Ji M it J -f' Q HQ!! bara Dodds, Jack Dowdeg,
" ' i A ' Jean Edens, Mike Eltzrot ,
. H' A ' Eugene Enderlin, Sarah Endi-
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Beverly Etchison, Dixie
Eward, Don Ewart, Karen,
Faun, Stephen Fittz, Janet
Fonts. Barbara Francis, Linda
French, Shirley Fritiz.
Carol Gainey, Harold Gard-
ner, Helen Gehrich, Ethe Gid-
dings, Pat Gillespie, Patricia
Gilliland, Rosita Girton, Ho-
ward Glotfelty, Nancy Goetzke.
Jane Goodwin, Cecilia Goo-
tee, Richard E. Gray, Janice
Grubb. Barbara Grubbs, Ear-
lene Halstead, Don Hardamon,
Conrad Hardesty, Barbara
Ronald Harpold, Jo Ann
Hartley, Barbara Henninger,
Sandy Henninger, John R.
Hicks. Jonette Hodge, Barbara
Holmes, John Holobek, Jim
Maryellen Holtman, Ronnie
Homeier, John Horton, Anne
Hourigan. Charlene Hoy, Sue
Huffman, Lowell Hyer, Harold
Jackson, Juanita Jackson.
Beverly Jacobs, Dave Jester,
Leila Jett, Jesse Jones, Ber-
nice Joyce. Janice Kapp, Lor-
etta Kelley, Roy Kerby, Donna
Elaine Kerr, Don Kina: Larry
Kinsey, Norman Kirkham
Jimmy Koelliker, Susie Koep-
per, Lee Koertge, Harold H.
Koglin, Harold Kouns.
Nancy Kramer, Ruth Kre-
miller, Ralph LaGrotte, Jim
Langley, Judy Larsh, Norman
Lawson, Don Layton, Mike
Lefiier, Shirley Lentz.
Pat Leppert, Ronald Lep-
pert. Sherry Leppert, Fritz
Leucht, Robert Little, David
Livengood, Pat Liverett, John
Lloyd, Monte Logan.
Edward W. Lollis, Helen
Ludwig, Darling' Luke, Mild-
red Lunn, Dick Lynch, Lurana
Lyon, David McAtee, Corann
McCaWley, Dave McCormick.
Donald McKain, Susan Mc-
Millan, John Marsh, Jerry
Marsischky, Nancy Mates,
Grace Maze, Sharon Mercer,
Ruby Merkel, Laurie Messang.
Diane Meyer. Jim Meyer,
Edward Miller, Evelyn Miller,
Hoyt Miller, John Miller, Nan
Miller. Robert Mitchell. Carl
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Morgan, Paul Morgan, James
Mosby, Jane Mumford, Nancy
Nitchman, Barbara O'Haver.
Dale Olson, Richard, Osburn,
Dave Parrish, Saundra Pavey,
David Pearson, Fred Peggs,
Dick Perrey, Donald Peters,
Janet Popp, Steve Powell,
David Propps, Michael Pullin,
Jim Purcell, David Pursell,
Russill Rader, Jeannine Rapp,
Morgan Ray, Pat Resener,
Bill Rice, Bill Ridge, John Ro-
bertson, Korena Rockey, Berna
Rogers, Steve Rollings, Mike
Ruth Jo Rosser, Mike Row-
ley, Ron Ruble, James Russell,
Malinda Russell, Pat Sanders,
John Schantz, Bill Scheerer,
Cindy Schubert, Shirley
Schultz, Helen Schulze, Char-
lene Settles, Donna Shaw,
Peter Shick, Barbara Short-
ridge, Barbara Shugert, Gloria
Ray Smith, Susan Smith,
Marilyn Snider, Loretta Som-
erville, Joyce South, Jim
Spears, Jim Spencer, Tomm
Staley, Gretchen Stark.
Jack Starkey, Tom Steele,
Bruce Stewart, Margaret
Stewart, Susan Stirling, Phil
Strader, Paul Strange, Richard
Sturgeon, Paul Suhr.
Jerry Switzer, Suzanne
Tharp, Donna Theising, Jody
Thomas, Pat Thompson, Helen
Thorn. Elizabeth Tincher, Dick
Toction, Sherry Turpen.
Sylvia Upshaw, Germaine
Urrutia, Nancy VanArsdall,
Richard VanArsdel, Kay Van-
Blaricum, Barbara Vogel,
Chuck Vogt, Judie Wagner,
James Wattleworth, Sylvia
Webb, Stuart Weiser, Duane
Wipple, Tom Whitaker, Elea-
nor Whiteley. Donna Willen-
berg, Ivan Willenberg, Eugene
Joyce Wolven, George Wood-
bury, David Wright, Harry
Yoder, Nancy Zobbe, David
Hale, Robert McGillem.
Jolan Goken s h o w s
Jack Boeldt and Larry
Black the "an0'les" at
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Sandi Abbett, Herb Abbott.
Jack Abram, Donna Agan,
Barbara Alderson, Bob Bab-
cock, Carolyn Bacon. Paul
Basham, lVilliam Baudendistel.
Ann Bauermeister, Sue Beas-
ley. Donna Beauchamp. Rus-
sell Beaver, Judy Bechtel. Bar-
bara Benedict. Jerry Bennett,
Judy Berryman, Earl Betts.
Donald Bey, Boyd Biddle-
combe, Larry Black, John
Blackwell, Lynn Blair, Donna
Blaker, VVally Blume, Jack
Boeldt, Dick Bonsett.
Carolyn Bostic, W alt e r
Bowles, Bill Brinkman, Jerry
Brossart, Susie Brothers, Bob
Browder, Dennis Brown, Dick
Brown, Georgiann Brown.
Ca1'ol Ann Brunner, David
Buchanan, Patricia Bucher,
Melinda Buckley, Hanna Bun-
ner, Ron Bunyardh Ronnie
Burnett, Pat Burrill. Jerry
Janet Callahan, Marlete
Campbell, Ray Cantwell, Mari-
lyn Carr. Bob Carter, Tom
Cartwright, Sandra Chambers,
Barbara Chasteen, Bob Collins.
James Cooley, Patty Cors,
Steve Crossley, Les Cruse,
Marcia Dailey. Janice David,
Joe Davis, Larry Davis, Patsy
Judy Dawson, Bill Decker.
Phyllis Deeter, Jenny Dickson.
Karen Dill, Bob Dills, Mar-
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Deanna Dunbar, Ronnie Dun-
can, Alice Durham, Anthoney
Durham, Bob Dwyer, John
Eade, Barbara Earl.
Bob Eberg, Jerry Elliott,
Wayne Ellis, Bob Endsley,Jim
Engelking, William Engelking,
Carolyn Enyart, Tom Fath,
Janice Fish, Marcia Florey,
Darlene Fly, Sandra Fotiades,
Marlene Frosch, Tom Fulk-
erson, Edith Garrison, Edna
Garrison, Harry Gaugh, Bobbie
Gerstner, Doug Gilliland, Janet
Gillon, Lillian Ginebaugh.
Tom Givan, Jim Good, John
Goode, Faustine Goodman, Jo-
lan Goken, Nancy Grahn, Jim
Gray, Janet Green, Carol
Donna Grimes, Karen Group,
Shirle Grubbs, Sue Gurley,
Ronald Hackleman. Ellen
Hackney, Bob Haggard, Nancy
Halcomb, John Hall.
Dave Hamilton, Maryellen
Hamilton, Terry Hankins,
Bruce Hansen, Margaret Har-
ris, Dave Harvey, Jerry Hat-
chett, Betty Hatfield, Steve
Joan Heavyside, Olive
Hedge, Carol Henshaw, Rena
Hensley. Gary Henson, Bob
Hibner, Bob Highfill, Chuck
Hill, Walter Hillemeyer.
Judy Hinchman, Linda Hod-
ges, Judi Hodson, Gretchen
Hoevener, Frank Hogan, David
Homeier, Gene Hoover, Jacque
Hoover, Bill Horne.
Phil Hostetter, Charles Ho-
ward, Don Howard, Dona Hoyt,
Phil Hudson, Phyllis Hudson,
Karen Hueston, Judy Hunt,
Bob Jackson, Willis Jackson,
Barbara Jacobs. Albert John-
son, Suellen Johnston, Linda
Jones, Linda Jordan, Sandi
Julian, Jacquelyn Keith.
Nancy Keller, Judie Kelley,
Pat Kerby, Carol Kile, Dennis
King, Joe Kirkham, Kathryn
Kissick, Sharon Klusman, Bob
Susie Koepper, Sue Koertge,
Kurt Kollmeyer, Gloria Kol-
sky, Bob Lanham, Harace
Lawson, Virginia Leavitt, Tom
Lebeau, Linda Ledgerwood.
-Pat Lehman, Bill Lich, Dave
Lichtenauer, Ronny Lisby,
Kenny Littell, Ray Littleton,
Linda Lobdell, Peggy Long,
Carl McAllister, Judy Mc-
Atee, Dever McCaslin, Bill
McClintic, Betty McCubbins,
Margaret McKinley, Dick Mc-
Kinzie, Marty McLaughlin,
Sharon McNierney, Mauna
Mann, Barbara Marlnee, Tom
Means, Jim Merl, Sandy
Meyer, George Miller, Jan
Miller, John Miller.
Judi Diane Miller, Richard
Miller, Steve Miller, Sylvia
Kay Miller, Tom Miller, Dar-
lene Mills, James Miner, Jerry
Minnis, Alice Moffett.
Sue Moffett, Max Mohler, Pat
Montgomery, Janet Morgan,
Sandy Morrison, David Mort,
Margie Morton, Judy Moss,
Jim Mulry, George Murray,
Dickey Musgrove, Larry My-
ers, Paul Neal, Jerry Nickel,
Ronald Nichols, John O'Brien,
Harold Ooley, Bob Orr, Car-
oline Parker, Dick Patterson,
Rosalie Patterson, Beatrice
Paul, Carolyn Petro, Virginia
Pickard, Barbara Poggiani.
Tina Poggiani, Mary Pol-
lock, William Poole, Sharon
Powell, Gwen Pruett, Fran
Pryor, Sally Raney, Cheenu
Shanti Rassmann, Ethel Ray.
Walter Reed, Judy Reese,
Jack Riches, Ann Ricketts,
Billy Ricketts, Cleo Roberts,
Carol Roesener, Jo Anne Root,
Carl Rosenstein, Sandy
Rousch, Dale Rudicill, Paul
Ruppert, Ronnie Russell, Sam
Sawmiller, Ronnie Schatz, Pat
Scheele, Jane Schlagenhauf.
Jim Schneider, Luanne
Schneider, Karl Schroeder, Bill
Scott, Johnny Sero. Charles
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Slaughter, Bill Smith, Carol
Smith, Merriel Smith, Rita
Smith, Warren Smith.
Jerry Smyth, Ted Sohn, Don
Sorley, Jane Sparks, Walter
Spencer, Mary Donna Spring-
er, Steve Springer, Wanda
Spurgeon, Betty Jo Starks.
Mark Bottoma, Susie Stien-
metz, Nancy Sterns, Pat
Steuart, Sherle Stevens,
Sherry Stewart, Dave Stewart,
Kent Stewart, Suzi Stewart.
Phil Strohl, John Stuck, Niki
Tama1'ri, Marsha Thomas,
Harry Thompson, Kay Thomp-
son, Mary Thompson, Sharon
Tincher, Paul Tooley.
Don Turner, Billy Ulmer,
Bob Utter, Barbara VanCleave,
Nick Vie, Norman Vogel, Jane
Vogt, Darlene Waid, Mary Ann
Thomas Walker, Sally Webb,
Barbara Webster, Monte
Welch, Lovie Whitaker, Kitty
Whyte, Kathy Wilkens, Doro-
thy Wilson, Joe Williams.
Joe Williams, John William-
son, Dick Willits, Kay Wilson,
Shirley Wilson, Jacque Wood-
en, Sandra Worley, Judy
Wright, Virginia Wright.
Dick Wurster, Joan Young.
Betty Abbott, Jerry Abell,
Linda Abraham, Don Abram,
Mary Adams, Jane Affleck,
Clifford Akers, Glenda Aldrich,
Steve Anspaugh, Tom Ap-
plegate, Laura Appleget, Leta
Appleget, Lynne Archer, Dick
Arthur, Patty Baldwin, Tom
Barber, Juanita Barker.
Patti Barnes, Gwen Barnett,
Louis Beam, Marcia Benefiel,
Phyllis Benjamin, Charles
Berry, Leonard Berry, Ron
Berry, Boyd Biddlecombe.
Anna Lee Ganser and
Marcia Rasener attempt to
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Larry Blossom, Rita Boldon,
Tom Bough, Brenda Bowden,
Janet Bowles, Bob Bransford,
Diane Brown, Norman Brown,
Jack Burgan, Ray Bymaster,
Jerry Carmichael, Larry Car-
roll, Bonnie Carter, Jim Cart-
wright, Sharon Cazzell, Jerry
Cermack, Ronnie Chappell.
Lynda Chastain, Bill Che-
nault, Jim Christian, Ronald
Christopher, Charles Clark,
Gwen Click, Jack Cline, Phyl-
lis Cline, Marilyn Clouse.
Judy Cody, Dick Colbert, Da-
vid Cole, Sandra Coleman, Jim
Collins, Beverly Conaway,
Peggy Connell, Joe Connor,
Shirley Cooper, Lee Corne-
lius, Ronnie Corya, Jack Cot-
ter, Charlene Cox, Larry Cran-
dall, Donald Dammeyer, Bill
Danner, Barbara David.
Harold David, William
Decker, Bob Deeter, Linda
Denny, Shirley Deubner, Pat
DeWees, Judie Disher, Gordon
Dixon, Judy Doak.
Betty Downum, Carolyn
Downum, Bob Doyal, Susan
Drake, Judie Drew, Dan Dun-
bar, Nina Dunn, Bob Durham,
David Eicher, Roselyn Elich,
Sandra Ellis, Carl Elvers,
Jerry Emery, Craig Emsweller,
Marilyn Enyart, Alan Esch-
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man, Ronald Freeman, Sandra
Frick, Marilyn Fugit.
Dave Fuson, Anna Lee Gan-
ser, Diane Gardner, Penny
Gibbs, David Gieseking, Mike
Gill, Sharon Gilliland, Don
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Jim Goussy, Marcia Graves,
Carolyn Green, Fred Green,
Michael Grove, Bob Hacker,
Carl Hackleman, Rodger Hall,
Brenda Hamilton, Steve
Hannemann, Judy Hartley,
James Harvey, Jean Hasse,
Gordon Hayward, Tom Hearn,
Ron Heath, Larry Helkema.
Elsie Henschke, Tyrie Hen-
schke, Ann Henthorne, Jane
Herrington, Jim Heyne, Judy
Hicks, Jon Hilty, Sherry Hines,
Willa Hinton, Donna Hoff,
Mary Holman, Paul Hornaday,
Jim Hostetter, Emerson
Houser, Walter Howell, Nancy
L. Hudson, Glenda Hunsucker.
King Hunter, Eddie Imel,
Frank Irish, Mara Isaks, Mari-
lyn Jines, Elaine Johnson,
Judy Johnson, Idalee Jones,
Anita Kaufman, Karen
Kemper, Nancy Kendall, Steve
Kestle, Doug Kingham, Shir-
ley Kizzee, Donald Kniep,
Daniel Koch, David Koch.
Katherine Kollman, Jim
Lamb, Luora Langley, Marilyn
Larsh, Martin Lawson, Steve
Leane, Judy Leipnitz, Thomas
Lentz, David LeVine.
Judy Lewis, Randy Linhart,
James Littleton, Gary Logan,
George Loy, Wilda Lee Mc-
Cleery, Delma Jean McCoy,
Suanne McDonald, Marian Mc-
Sally McGill, Barbara Mc-
Kain, Phil McKinsey, Judy Mc-
Mullen, Carol McPherson,
Danny Maddock, Phyllis Ma-
loy, Phil Malvase, Ronald
Carolyn Marker, Dolores
Martin, Donna Martin, Mary
Martin, Nancy Martin, Sharon
Means, Pat Mendenhall, Wallis
Meredith, Russell Mesalam.
Alan Miller, David Miller,
Dave Mille1', Donna Miller,
Jack Miller, Jack Mitchell,
Jerry Mitchell, Phyllis Money,
Betty Montgomery, Cynthia
Morgan, Robert Morris, Judy
Mosby, Phyllis Mulcahy,
Charles Murtaugh, Wilma
Myer, Kay Neville, Don
Betty Oden, Jerry Ohrberg,
Diane Oliver, Sandra Kay Ol-
vey, Hugh Osborne, Larry Os-
walt, Ronnie Packard, Dave
Pangburn, Ken Parks.
Phyllis Paternoster, Nancy
Patton, Mike Pearcy, Jerry
Pearson, Beverly Percival,
David Peters, Helen Petzl,
Sally Phillips, Louise Poole.
Lynda Powell, Judy P1'ather,
Mary Price, Fay Pride, Mae
Pride, David Probst, Judie
Proctor, Richard Puckett,
Roy Rader, Marcia Rasener,
Kenneth Ray, Sue Raymer,
Barbara Reed, Ruth Reiger,
Dottie Reynolds, Dick Rich,
Margaret Riggs, Gerald
Roberts, Harold Roberts, Gary
Robinson, Mary Louise Roddy,
Dempsey Romine, Marsha Sue
Rose, Gene Ross, Pat Roth.
John Rubush, Janet Rud-
man, Bill Rumbaugh, Frances
Russell, Phil Sauer, Charlotte
Schultz, Charles Schulz, Fred
Schulte, Judi Scott.
Tom Scott, Tommy Scott,
Melvin Seitz, Joe Selby, Louis
Sharp, Barbara Shaw, Sondra
Shaw, Micheal Sheetz, Pat
Tom Siersdale, Dianne Sim-
ons, Jimmy Simons, Sandra
Simpson, Sandra Skillman,
Loretta Slaughter, Pat Smith,
Judy Smith, Sharon Smith.
Cynthia Smithson, Jerry
Smyth, Doris Soots, Jeannette
Spangler, Diane Spearing, San-
dra Spears, Bill Spell, Irene
Spitzer, Jim Stafford.
Barbara Stark, Hazel Staudt,
Bill Stevens, Doris Stevens,
Joanne Stevens, Carole Stew-
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Judy Featherston, Larry
Fields, Richard Miller, Wil-
liam Poole, Charles Shaffer,
Pat Starr, Ray Stone, Paul
Freshmen - Judie Oren,
Yolanda Parker, Leonard
Pursell, Jean Wood, Roy
Workman, Ronnie Young.
Carol. Story, Sonja Stroud,
Priscilla Sturgeon, Laura
Swader, Carole Thomas,
Jerry Thomas, Paul Thomas,
Bob Thompson, Susie Thomp-
Pat Tomey, Robert Toombs,
Jim Treanor, Ronnie Tribby,
Martha Tucker, Larry Tur-
ner, Melinda Turner, Beverly
VanCleave, Bonnie Van-
Richard Vandenbark, Gary
VanWey, Ronnie von Burg,
Don Wallace, Carolyn Ward,
Dwayne Watson, Marilyn
Watts, David Weber, Bill
Larry Whitlock, Steven
Whilsett, Sue Whitsit, De-
Witt Whitson, Carol Wig-
gins, Bob Williams, Bonnie
Williams, Carol Wilson,
Donna Wood, Dolores
Wood, Annabel Wright, Edith
Wright, Muriel Wright, Carol
Yeager, Richard Yoho, Phil-
Mid - Year
Simon Adams, Judy Allison,
Carl Andrews, Janet Bender,
Carl Bondy, Kingston Bowen,
Jon Bowling, Ronnie Carrico,
Jim Childers, Patricia Col-
bath, Sharon Coleman, Edith
Cook, Deanna Corbin, Dick
Cordill, Nancy Cors, Frank
Cox, Claudia Davis.
John Davis, Sandy Dawson.
Pat DeGroot, Dianna DeHaven.
John Dodge. Kenny Downey,
Carol Ellison, Bill Fosher,
Shirley Frey, Patty Geb-
hardt, Jack Gilfoy. Janet Gil-
pin, Clarence Gimbel, Ann
Givens, Jim Grubauggh, Elsie
Hackleman, Reita Hamilton.
Sharon Lee Hannah, Jim
Heath, Stephen Hedrick, Diane
Hankins, Fred Hiner, Donna
Holmes, Bob Horton. Euvilous
Jenkins, Beverly Johnson.
Dorothy Johnson, Nancy
Johnson, Sandra Johnson. Bill
Johnston, Melanie Jones, Bill
Kelleher, Carolyn Kelley, Rich-
ard Knight. Nancy Lawrence.
Sylvia Ling, Vaughn Loose-
more, Sue Lovick, Wayne
Lyon, Floyd McDowell, Sally
Mabel, Marilyn Martin, Linda
Maxwell. Carole Mercer.
Albert Miller, Helen Moore,
Judy Morg'enthaler, Penny
Morgan, Jerry Morton, Mack
Mowbray, Barbara Neel, Jim
Neel, James Nipp.
Nancy Oren, Dick Parrish,
Sam Pete, Charlene Petty, Jac-
queline Poyd, Joan Reed, Bill
Reynolds, Donn Richardson,
Karen Sachs, John Scheele,
Ronnie Schrader, Lois Sebree,
Nancy Shelby. John Short-
ridge, Ruth Silvers, Francine
Sims, Maria Sirmin.
Spencer Smith, Nena Sor-
dean, Marcia Speece, Patricia
Spelich, Bill Starks, Louise
Strange, Mike Tharp. Carl
Thayer, Peggy Toler, Sally
Wilbur Watts, Nan Whita-
ker, Richard Wiese, Don VVil-
liams, John Willard, Joyce
Williams, Marjorie Woods,
Donald Wright, Raymond
Wright. Judy Yoder.
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Sharp, has guided Howe through its
iirst sixteen years. His teaching and
administrative experience have con-
tributed much to Howe's growth and
progress. His characteristic friendli-
ness and understanding have become
a valued part of Howe.
Howe is not only young in yearsg
it also has a young faculty. Interests
of sixty-five teachers vary much,
with the exception of teaching, natu-
rally. Prized shell collections, art,
extensive travel, pets, geological re-
search, and writing poetry just start
the list of Howe teachers' activities.
A genuine interest in students
prompts many of the faculty to spend
long hours helping with extra-cur-
ricular activities, as well as to give
additional help after classes to those
aculty combines interest and youth
TOP ROW-Thomas Stirling, vice principal, di
rector of guidanceg Kenneth M. Sniartz, vice prin
cipal. dean of boys: Midred D. Loew, dean of girls
Mabel Burkart, bookkeeper, book store manager
Patricia Carlson, English-Senior officeg Christianna secletaly UGHSUIGI M3119 Ochs cleik typist
Genrich, registrar. Ixathlxn Putle pupil personnel office
TOP ROW-Loreen Dewaard, fashion drawing, let-
tering, commercial art, art, F. M. Howard, art, Janet
Keller, Art Department chairman, jewelry, plastics,
craft art, David Baugh, typing, commercial geography,
business arithmetic, Barbara Green, typing, shorthand,
junior business, Jean Hoilman, typing, shorthand,
THIRD ROWHS. J. Pittenger.
typing, business law, bookkeeping,
Margaret Rowe. Business Educa-
tion Department head, shorthand,
typing, office practice, Mary A.
Rowland, shorthand, typing, filing,
C. F. Ruschhaupt, typing, comp-
tometer, bookkeeping, business
manager, Janet Weaver, junior
business, business arithmetic, typ-
ing, Nancy Adams, English.
SECOND ROW-Dorothy Clif-
"Dig that crazy boom-
erang!" Your guess is as good
as ours as to what's on top
of Mr. Ruschhaupfs head.
"Doc" Heniser prefers to get
lots of vitamin D at the foot-
ton, lib1'arian, library practice, Vesta Cohee, English,
algebra, S. S. Craig, English Department head, Eng-
lish, Darrell Gooch, English, speech, dramatics, Ellen
Jenkins, HILLTOPPER adviser, librarian, English,
Marthana McWhir, English, French.
BOTTOM ROW-Wayne Mellott, English, TOWER
adviser, Ellen O'Drain, English, Jacqueline Smith,
speech clinic, English, Harold Stahly, reading, Hal
Tobin, English, government, Frank Tout, English.
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the only ones who have fun and relax
during lunch. Could Mr. Sharp be
indicating how high his last serving
was? Whatever the topic, Mrs. Gen-
rich and Mrs. Barnes seem impressed.
TOP ROW-Thelma Cooley, Spanish, Latin, Marjorie
Rork, Latin, Mary Thumma, Foreign Language Depart-
ment chairman, Spanish, Robert Turner, Spanish, Helen
Allen, Home Economics Department chairman, foods,
Lois Coy, clothing.
THIRD ROW-Betty Johnson, clothing, foods, social
practice, home management, Wathen Leasor, drafting,
Lyle Nave, printing, E. A. Patterson, Industrial Arts
Department chairman, wood shop, metal shop, Roscoe
Pierson, metal shop, Hervie Vertrees, Wood shop.
SECOND ROW-Betty Culp, geometry, general math,
Alvin Geier, algebra, geometry, senior sponsor, Fred
Lemley, algebra, general math, senior math, Ruth Reed,
algebra, general math, Harrison Richardson, algebra,
geometry, Marie Wilcox, Mathematics Department head,
algebra, solid geometry.
BOTTOM ROW-Louis McEnderfer, strings, wood-
winds, orchestra, band, Paul Saunders, glee club, music
appreciation, Frank Watkins, Music Department chair-
man, choir, glee club, choralaires, octet, R. W. Bowman,
Physical Education Department head, physical educa-
tion, Lyman Combs, physical education, driver training,
Shirley Diehl, health, physical education.
TOP ROW-Samuel Kelley, athletic director, physical
education, Marjorie LaRue, physical education, healthg
Celia Smith, nurse, Richard Guyer, biologyg Richard
Hammond, cadet teaching, physics, physical science,
Virgil Heniser, Science Department head, health,
SECOND ROW-Floyd Jeffries, chemistryg Jerry
Motley, biologyg William Smith, biologyg George Stone,
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BOTTOM ROW-Wade Fuller, family relations psy
chologyg Hartwell Kayler, Social Studies Depaltment
head, history, sociologyg Dorotha Kirk, government his
toryg Hattie Lou Winslow, historyg Forest Witsman
What a sight for sore eyes
to see these teachers work!
Wouldn't it be fun to patrol
a study hall like this one?
Starting the term off right
are Messrs. Leasor, Fuller,
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With a strong, fast running team, the Howe
gridsters posted a 6-3 season, losing only to
Tech, Manual, and Washington. Sophomore
Cliff Oilar led the scoring with 49 points, to set
a new record for sophomores. He carried the
ball for 645 yards in 82 attempts, for an aver-
age of 7.8 yards per carry. Armand Roach, who
also played a great deal on the defensive team,
followed with 28. Ronnie Fox quarterbacked
the team, and his passing accuracy accounted
for five tallies.
In the first game, the Hornets took the field
against Tech. Although Howe held a 13-7 ad-
vantage at the half, our eastside rivals came
from behind to prove victorious. The South-
port Cardinals were our first victims as they
fell, 20-13. In the third match at Manual, Howe
lost, 13-7, in a game that ended as the Hornets
were only one yard from a possible winning
The team then began a five game winning
streak, with the defeat of highly rated Cris-
wins 6 of 9 starts
Cliff Oilar skirts end, displaying the style of run-
ning that helped him score 49 points for a new record
for sophomores, and that gave him an average of 7.8
yards per carry.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
BACK ROW-Coach Combs, Coach Guyer.
SECOND ROW-Shick, King, Brossart, Rupp,
FOURTH ROW-Coach Pierson, Stewart, Liven- Lowe, Hildreth, Kinsey, Barnes, Bogaert. U
good, Little, Cermack, Roach, Rowley, Bondy, Smith. FRONT ROW-Bowden, Oilar, Walton, Mattingly.
THIRD ROW-Coach Kelley, Davis, Fox, Rees, Steckley, Schneider, Litteral, Moore, Slaughter.
Ponti, Rogers, Springer, Strader.
in 1953 season
pus Attucks. The other defeated teams in-
cluded Broad Ripple, Columbus, Anderson,
and Warren Central. This string was snapped
by Washington in the final game of the
At the annual athletic banquet, Bill Wal-
ton, who did excellent work at end, both of-
fensively and defensively, was voted most
valuable player. Dick Slaughter, who called
the defensive plays, was elected captain, and
Don Cermack won the Kiwanis award for
Best Mental Attitude. Howe was represented
on the Indianapolis Star All-City football
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Howe 13 ........................................................., Tech
Howe 20 ...,. ......... S outhport
Howe 7 ..... .......,.......... M anual
Howe 7 Crispus Attucks
Howe 7 ..... ...,.... B road Ripple
Howe 27 ....... Columbus
Howe 20 ....... Anderson
Howe 6 .,....... Warren
Howe 6 ...... Washington
team by Fox, while the News' squad sported
In September of 1953, the second annual
City Football Jamboree was a gala affair,
commemorating the one hundredth anniver-
sary of our Indianapolis school system. The
picture below shows Roach downing a Ca-
thedral player in the final quarter of the
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mand Roach-6, John Bowden-7, Jim Barnes-10,
Kinsey-28, Jack Bogaert-29, Don Rees-31, Don
Cermack-32, Dick Langford-33, Mike Rowley-36,
Albert Johnson-12, Dick Slaughter-15, Bill Wal- Phil Strader-'13, Coach Richard Guyer, Head
ton-120. David Propps-26, Mike Smith-27, Larry Coach Sam Kelley.
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BACK ROW-Frances Carroll, Carol Gainey,
Queen Jeanne Yoos, Lynn Blair.
FRONT ROVV-Jackie Hoover, Nancy Van Ars-
dall, Judy Brown.
Queen Yoos reigns o-ver gridiron
The football season was not all masculine
in 1953. Football Queen Jeanne Yoos and her
court added that much-needed feminine look.
The queen's first appearance was made at
the annual city Football Jamboree, where
every high school was represented by a
pretty miss. Jeanne became Howe's official
queen at the Howe-Columbus game. Team
co-captains Armand Roach and Bill Walton
crowned her after a triumphal ride in a con-
vertible around the field.
Candidates for Football Queen had been
selected by homeroom balloting in the spring,
in order for the queen to be presented at
the Jamboree held in September.
Armand drives for yardage as Mike Rowley comes up to block. Cliff Oilar evades a Tech tackler as he rounds end
Reserves lose on ly one,' F rosh undefeated
Howe 6 ..V...,,7Awv.,..,......,.,..,.,w,...w... Manual 0
Howe 19 ,.oo, ,e...., C rispus Attucks 12
Howe 33 ,.... ......,, B road Ripple 0
Howe 0 .,.o. ,,..oo4oo, C athedral19
Howe 19 Aoooo ..,.,..,..oA.,ooo B en Davis 6
Howe 13 ,.... .s,.... N Varren Central 6
Howe 7 .o.o oooo,,o,,. X Vashington 0
The reserve team, led by Coach Roscoe
Pierson, won every game but one in seven
matches. After winning three straight, the
gridmen were downed by Cathedral, 19-0.
Ray Smith, Dave McCormick, and Charles
Bone shared the scoring honors behind a
well balanced line. The reserves were victors
over Manual, Attucks, Broad Ripple, South-
port, Warren Central, and Washington.
Howe 7 ,.............,...........,.....,.....,. Manual 0
Howe 26 ..... ..,. C rispus Attucks 0
Howe 26 ..... ..i.... B road Ripple 0
Howe 13 ..cccc ,r..,.ccc.... S outhport 7
Howe 33 ...., .,..., W arren Central 13
Howe 48 ,,.... c,,..,.....,...r. S cecina 12
Howe 27 ...... ..,... W ashington 0
Under the able guidance of Coach Harri-
son Richardson, the freshman football team
won every game in a seven game season. Bob
Deeter quarterbacked the team, while Ron
Heath was the leading scorer. The closest
game was with Southport, in which the mar-
gin of victory was six points. The string of
victories consisted of wins over Manual, At-
tucks, Broad Ripple, Southport, Warren Cen-
tral, Scecina, and Washington.
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BACK ROW-Hunt, Monroe.
' " THIRD ROW-Leiiler, Whit-
aker, Hardamon, Smith, Kruse.
SECOND ROW-Coach Pier-
son, Lollis, Stewart, Marsis-
chky, Abram, Van Arsdal,
FRONT ROW-Holobek, En-
gelkind, Cox, Haggard, Austin,
BACK ROW-Heath, Ru-
bush, Eicher, Schulz, Green.
FOURTH ROW-Y o u n g ,
Yoho, Bymaster, Gill, Malvase,
THIRD ROW-Pu c k e t t ,
Kestle, Treanor, Watson, Bur-
gan, Fiers, Wallace, Mesalam.
SECOND ROW-S i m o n s ,
Lamb, Sharp, Ross, Lawson,
FRONT ROW-H a c k e r ,
StaH'ord, Deeter, Cline, Brans-
ford, Akers, Thompson.
Howe 27 ...........,S,,. Attucks 28
Howe 31 .......... Washington 24
Howe 33 ........ Bloomington 27
Howe 53 ...,,,,.,.,... Anderson 21
Howe 23 .... Warren Central 32
Howe 31 ....., Muncie Burris 24
Howe 25 .............. Columbus 30
Howe Invitational, thirdg
County meet, fourth: City
meet. fourthg Sectional,
QLOW score wins in cross
BACK-Carrol, Miller, Kingham, Baker, Rumbaugh, Roach.
SECOND-Christian, R. Hackleman, B. Eadc, Kollmeyer, Steele.
FRONT-Berry, Harpold, Tillery, Stcrba, Burck. J. Eade.
Harriers win three meets
Howe's harriers opened their season by de-
feating Crispus Attucks by one point. After
losing their next three meets, one to defend-
ing state champ Anderson, they gained a
decisive victory over Warren Central. In
the last meet of the season, Columbus fell
victim to the Hornets by a score of 25-30.
Jim Burck and Bob Eade were the out-
standing performers for the squad. Burck
had first place in seven meets, second place
in the sectional, and was undefeated in dual
competition. He and Eade finished three-four
in the city and county meets.
Inan, Bob Thomas, Jim
Burck, and Bob Eade
round the turn in a prac-
shows the form that
made him a winner in
seven meets and brought
him a second place in
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New coach guides winning team
Coach Forest Witsman, in his freshman Although the record is not too impressive,
year as Howe's varsity coach, guided the HoWe's explosive team was a potential threat
'53-'54 basketball team to a 10-9 record in to every team that they faced, as was shown
regular season play. by the Hornets' victories over Crispus At-
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Howe 56 ...E,.......,.....,..,........ Washington 60
Howe 38 ..EV.......L.,..,,.,E,...,...,....,, Franklin 44
Howe 43 ...,... AA,.. C onnersville 48
Howe 63 ....... ,...,,..,.......... M anual 45
tHowe 56 ....,,, .6..,..,.4.. B road Ripple 55
Howe 81 .,....e ....ee. L awrence Central 48
Howe 74 ..e..,. ,..e...vv,,,...l., S outhport 70
Howe 51 ,,.4.,. ..,.,,,C,..e....,,,,. C olumbus 50
Howe 66 ....el, CCe.....,.,,..e,,,e,C. S hortridge 65
Howe 46 ...e,,. ....CC T erre Haute Garfield 50
Howe 69 ....,e. .,,l...e,......eee,,.eve,C T ech 76
Howe 68 ,e,.... .,v.C, C rispus Attucks 66
Howe 66 e,e,,.e YY...,,..,..V.. B en Davis 64
Howe 63 ..,.,eeeee., Cathedral 69
'iHowe 73 , , ......tt New Albany 71
Howe 67 .,...,C ...,..ttC,e.......,,.t.eY....e C linton 47
Howe 63 ....,e..Yv,.e....1..,v,, Warren Central 64
Howe 30 e...,.e,...,...Y,.ee,....,.,.,.....r,e Manual 31
Howe 54 ...,rr.eee..e,eYr.e,,C,,......te Shortridge 60
tucks and Clinton.
Starting the season with losses to Wash-
ington, Franklin, and Connersville, the Hor-
nets bounded back with six straight wins
over Manual, Broad Ripple, Lawrence Cen-
tral, Southport, Columbus, and Shortridge.
The Shortridge game was especially thrilling,
when the net-men overcame a five point deficit
in the last eighty seconds to steal victory from
Garland rebounds in the XVarren game, as Rees and
Kolhneyer watch. The Tech game found Kolhneyer
shooting, with Letller coming in to help. Later in the
Fox drives around a Manual player showing
a team that thought it had the game on ice.
Ronnie Fox scored two quick tallies, and Rees
tipped in the last basket as time ran out. Mid-
way in this streak of triumphs was the City
Tourney. in which Howe fell to an angry Man-
ual team, 31-30, in an exciting game.
After losing to Terre Haute Garfield and
Tech, the Hornets won over Crispus Attucks
and Ben Davis. fContinued on page 701
same game, XYalton drove under for two points. al-
though closely guardcd by Taylor of Tech.
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TOP ROW-Jack Baker, Jim Billingsley, Ronnie
Fox, Price Garland. BELOW LEFT-Rees prepares to pass OH to Wal-
MIDDLE ROW'-J0hT'1 Heifl- Kurt KOHWGYQIU Mike ton, as Garland and Fox cut around behind.
Leffler, Don Rees.
BOTTOBI Roxvigjim Spears' Ronnie Taylor, Bill BELOW RIGHT-H6ltZ l'6b0UI1dS in the B611 Davis
Walton, Coach Forest Witsliiaii. game 9-S R095 0011195 in to help-
"Congrats, Jacque, you were a
swell Basketball Queen!" Jacque
Wooden, sophomore, was elected
queen ofthe hardwood sport for 1954.
Crowning ceremonies took place
before the Clinton game on Febru-
ary 12. Bill Walton and Ronnie Fox
were given the honor of presenting
our pretty queen with her crown, gold
basketball and of course the ever
Candidates, who were escorted onto
the floor by the team, were Carol
Dorsett, Charlotte Stuck, Ellen Col-
lier, Nancy Nitchman. Sandy Worley.
Pat Scheele. Marcia Graves, and Lu-
After the ceremonies, the queen
and her court took seats in the cheer-
ing section to watch the varsity
Kisses for the Queen
"Crowning glories." Queen Jacque Wooden
smiles happily for the camera Qleftl. Jacque
and her court fleft to rightj Marcia Graves,
Ellen Collier, Sandy Worley, Jacque Wooden.
Pat Scheele, Carol Dorsett, Nancy Nitchman,
Charlotte Stuck, and Luora Langley.
BACK - Kollmeyer, Billingsley
SECOND-Coach Forest Witsman
Davis, Garland, Rees, Lefiier.
FRONT-Taylor, Fox, Walton,
The fans have a tense
moment in the Washington
In the rest of the season, Howe defeated New Al-
bany and Clinton, while succumbing to Cathedral and
Warren Central. Upon meeting Shortridge in the
Sectionals, the Blue Devils scored sweet revenge for
the defeat handed them earlier, by winning, 60-54.
Rees was named most valuable player, partly be-
cause of his rebounding ability, and partly because
of his 18 points per game average. Bill Walton and
Rees were elected co-captains. The Kiwanis Award
for the best mental attitude went to John Heitz, and
Price Garland won the free throw accuracy award,
by hitting 73 C5 of his attempts at the 15 foot stripe.
Fox was honored with a position on the first team
of the Indiaimzpoliis Sta1"s All-City team, while Rees
was the center on the second team.
RESERVE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Howe 20 .v..,,.wA,,.v..L,,L..LALL..
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Howe 37 .,,,,
Howe 36 .,,.
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Howe 34 .oo.
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Howe 33 ..,.
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Howe 30 ...,
Howe 53 ....
Howe 34 .o..
Howe 49 ....
Howe 28 ....
Howe 34 ,....
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Howe 42 .,...., ,....o,Y.
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Howe 27 ..r,......,.....,........,...... Washington
Howe 58 ..,..., ..,,.,...... F ranklin
Howe 38 ,,,,... .,.,o. C onnersville
Howe 34 ..,,.. ,,.,,.Y.,.....,.., M anual
Howe 46 ,.....o ,...,...... B road Ripple
Howe 56 to,.,,. ....., L awrence Central
Howe 38 ....... oroo.,,,......... S outhport
Howe 39 .,.ooo Ye....,.Y...,oo,....r,i C olumbus
Howe 43 ...,.,v...,.......ooo.e,.,...,..,. Shortridge
Howe 59 ....,.,...,... Garfield fTerre Hautel
Howe 34 ,...t.. ..,,..ooo...oo,.,......,......oo T ecli
Howe 41 ,...... .o... C rispus Attucks
Howe 49 ..oo..t ,.,,.,.....,. B en Davis
Howe 37 ..,.,., ...,.,v... C athedral
Howe 36 ...,... oe.... N ew Albany
Howe 49 oo..., o.ou,,o.o...l,,...,., C linton
Howe 42 o,..... ,o...l X Varren Central
Howe 41 ....,.....t.. uu.ou..o,,.o..,. L ebanon
Howe 32 .....,u,..... .oo. C olumbus
Howe 43 ...... ooo,o,,,o T ech
Back - Peters, Boeldt,
Strader, D. Stewart, Bone.
SECOND - Black, Bell,
K. Stewart, Schnieder.
FRONT - Coach Rex
Anderson, Oilar, Patter-
son, Layton, Givan.
B A C K - Christopher,
Cermack, Siersdale. Bur-
gan, G. Roberts, H.
SECOND - Coach Rich-
a1'd Guyer, Rubush, By-
111 a s t e r, Carmichael,
FRONT - McKinzie,
Chappell, Cline. Wheeling.
H John Schutt gets some ex-
' pert instruction from Don
v Williams on how the game
should be played. Williams
L ! had the squad's best average,
5 E. 80.1 strokes per game.
Linksmen op Sectional
Under the able guidance of Coach Fred Lem-
ley. Howe won its first sectional golf crown and
finished fourth in the state. The Hornet links-
men also won the Spring City-County meet with
a record four-man score of 307. Don Williams
paced the Howe attack by shooting a 75. In the
Fall City-County, John Schutt led the Hornets
with a 78, which was the second best score out
of a field of seventy. Howe's sectional triumph
was clinched by Bob Ball's 78, the second best
score in the field.
Howe had a very good record in triangular
competition, winning once and finishing second
VARSITY GOLF SCHEDULE
Howe 11 .iii.,.. Warren Central 1
Howe 6 ........,... Crawfordsville 9
Howe 15 ...........,c..... Noblesville 0
Howe 11lfQ ,......,,, Broad Ripple 1215
Howe 12 ...,....,..,.... Washington 3
Spring City-County, Howe first
Fall City-County, Howe fourth
Sectional, Howe first
State, Howe fourth
1 VARSITY GOLF TEAM
X BACK-Coach Fred Lemley,
Boggs, Peters, Williams. Clark.
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BACK-Sanders, mgr., Davis, Little, Billingsley,
SECOND-Nieman, Sheppard, Alexander, Cox.
FRONT-Coach Roscoe Pierson, Payne, Layton,
Diamond squad wins 8
After losing' their season's opener to
Shortridge, Howe's baseball team shellacked
Crispus Attucks by a score of 20-1. Ronnie
Fox and Tom McCallister teamed up to
strike out the Tigers fourteen times. Loose
iielding plagued the squad in the next two
games, but the Hornets bounced back to
win four straight contests.
BACK-Means, LeGacy, Stewart,
Little, Leiiler, Bell, Coach Lewis
SECOND-Klauberg, mgr., Black,
Eskew, Springer, Givan, R. Von Burg,
FRONT-Bogaert, Van Arsdal, K.
Yon Burg, Kinsey, Miller.
Howe's winning streak was finally stopped
by Broad Ripple. The season record was 8-6.
Jim Neiman was voted most valuable
player, and Bill Payne received the award
for Best Mental Attitude. The team captain
was Tom Sheppard, and the Ted Guthrie
Memorial Award for the most improved
player went to Phil Corbin.
VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Howe ...,..,.......... Shortridge 4
Howe 20 ....... ....... C rispus Attucks 1
Howe ................ Anderson 12
Howe 5 ,,,.,,, .,...,..,.,,.,. W ashington 7
Howe 1 .... ..... L awrence Central 0
Howe .,.......... Cathedral 3
Howe ,,........ Manual 3
Howe oCCooo,o Ben Davis 0
Howe ...... Broad Ripple 2
Howe ,.........,...... Tech 1
Howe .,,...... Cathedral 12
Howe 0 ....t.. .,..............,. W ashington 6
Howe . Franklin Township 4
Howe ..... Warren Central 1
RESERVE BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Howe 5 .ttt.l.,tt.....,......,......,,..... Washington 5
Howe 5 ...,. ...,,,,tr.,,, M anual 4
Howe 0 ..... ...... B road Ripple 7
Howe 6 ttt.. .,.t,.r..tt....tt T ech 2
Howe 1 ..... .r,r. W ashington 2
Howe 4 ..... ..t.trt,.t.t.. T ech 3
Reserves 'win three
With the hitting of Bob Little and the
pitching of Kurt von Burg, Coach Lewis
Gilfoy's reserve baseball club ended their
season with a three wins and one loss.
Arthur LeGacy helped with the pitching
chores, while Bob Bell and Larry Black con-
tributed records of .277 for second place
honors in the hitting department.
Managers help teams
Coach Lyman P. Combs is in charge of all
the athletic equipment for Howe teams. He
is helped in this task by the student managers.
These boys not only issue the equipment to
the team members, but also make sure it is
all returned, and help to replace any damaged
Since Mr. Combs is occupied much of the
time with the care of player injuries, the
student managers have much responsibility
for the management of all the teams' sup-
plies. Junior Fred Leucht is the chief student
manager, and is the supervisor of the other
BACK ROW-Perry, basketball: Sawmiller, foot-
SECOND ROW-Rudicill, basketballg Highfill, bas-
ketball, trackg Leucht, football and general manager.
FRONT ROW-Doyal, footballg Clark, basketball.
NOT PICTURED-Rassmussen, footballg Irish,
basketballg Weber, basketball: Maddock, track.
'Tve got a flippet in my dual
conobulatorf' "That's nothing, my
transmission dropped out dragging
sixty." These such familiar bits of
conversation and hasty greetings
float across the parking lot each
morning as We arrive at school.
Then comes the mad dash up the
boardwalk to our classes before the
There's time though for the
teachers to exchange a word or two
in the office and the rush slows
down a little as We pause briefly in
the alcove and catch up on the
Harold Kouns crowned
track queen Judy Miller
at the Muncie Central
meet before her court of
Jolan Goken, Barbara
Jones, Joanne Craig, Judy
Brown, Sue Slaughter, Sue
Stow, and Nancy Nitch-
inan. He then made it
official by kissing' Queen
Judy in front of the en-
vious Central track squad.
Balanced Hornets trounce Southport
Although Howe's track team won only one
meet, they were a Well-balanced squad that
lost but four men by graduation.
The cindermen's victory was over South-
port, by a score of 84-33.
The Hornets made a good showing in the
sectional, finishing third behind Washington
and Danville, and qualifying six individuals
for the regional.
Senior Frank McCormick was captain of
the squad. Bob Eade had the best mental at-
titude and Harold Kouns was selected as
most valuable. The Carl Speiss, Jr., memorial
award for best mental attitude in freshman
track went to Cliff Oilar.
Kouns led in point production with 143,
followed by Eade with 66, and Armand
Roach with 63.
VARSITY TRACK TEAM
Brossart, Rees, Bechtel,
der, Garland, Steele, Shick,
Bowman, Burck, Kirkhoff,
Roach, McCormick, Eade,
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ba, Homeier, McNeeley
FRONT ROW-Austin f f A ,
Hackleman,Suhr, Thomas. JCIRNETS Q ' " Q . i I Q
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TRACK TEAM H y K Q-M i n - - QI X
BACK ROW-Oilar, -- ' C' ' ' Q' V'
Eade, Abbott, Lisby, 7 7 7 'QM 1-gy ' V ,..
Hankins. ' SV' "' ,
SECOND ROW'-Coach E-X'E , ' '
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VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE Howe 55 O,.,,.. .. ....,O,O,....,.., Columbus 62
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Howe 371,72 .................. yvai-ren Central 6214, OW? . U U? en la
, . " Sectional, third placeg Indianapolis Relays,
Howe 3712--" "E" Broad Rlpple 59'9 sixth il-1ce'Citv Meet fifth Jlace
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LaW1'eI1Ce C6I'1'C1'al 4714, LEFT-Cliff Oilar rounds the turn On the first leg
Howe 42 vx,w,,-v------A---A.-w Cyispus Attllcks 75 Of the -1-10-yard relay in the Indianapolis Relnys.
Howe 84 q.,------. V 4--- Nwq- -,.'--- S Outhport 33 m?1lSe1jiEiTB0b Eade has One lap to go H1 the
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Home 4514 --'--"e------+e-- Wawell Central 59'fi RIGHT-Dick Hilfh-eth passes the baton to Eacle
to start the half mile part Of the medley relay.
Girls Athletic Association
Throughout the school year, the girls of
G.A.A. enjoy participating in a long and
varied list of sports and activities. Among
these are speedball, badminton, bowling,
volleyball, and basketball. Also included in
the G.A.A. curriculum are swimming, ten-
nis, golf, apparatus, recreational sports,
Outstanding events of the spring are the
annual gym meet and track meet.
This year, in addition to swimming, se-
nior life savers received instructions from
Miss Shirley Diehl, G.A.A. sponsor.
G.A.A. makes its contribution to the
Christmas season by sponsoring the Winter
Wonderland Dance jointly with the Letter-
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Green, Jones, Shake, Ar-
nitz, Cayton, S. Slaugh-
ter, Sparks, Bu r r i ll ,
Edith Garrison, Edna Gar-
rison, Meyer, Isaks, Meri-
der, Bowden, Harris, Wil-
son, Drake, Rassman.
BACK ROW-Z o b b e ,
Vogt, Burk, Group, Gillon,
M. Dorsett, Penn.
T H I R D ROVV-Elick,
Dunbar, Russell, Miller,
L. Slaughter, Johnston.
Dorsett, Cors, Lehman,
Hunt, Mills, Fish, Keith.
FRONT R O W-Jones,
Barket Rasenei McCoy,
' Turner, Ruttmani
has busy year
men's Club. Highlighting the dance this
year was the crowning of king, Bill Walton.
Occasionally, G.A.A. members are invited
by other schools to attend playdays.
As a reward for their efforts, G.A.A.
members are presented with various awards
and honors which can be acquired by a point
system. After receiving a membership em-
blem, it is possible for each girl to win an
emblem, letter, and a sweater. Another
award has recently been added, which is the
state G.A.A. wall plaque. This is the highest
award possible for a girl to earn.
These awards are presented to the girls
at the G.A.A. Banquet which is held in the
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TOP LEFT-Carol Dorsett, secretary: Dotti Cay-
ton. president: Leila Jett, treasurer: and Dale
Penn, vice president, were the officers of G.A.A, this
TOP RIGHT-A typical exercise is demonstrated
on the parallel bars.
BOTTOM RIGHT-A flurry of action occurs mid-
way in the volley ball tourney.
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TOP PICTURE, BACK ROW-Schutt, Ponti, Rees,
FRONT ROW-Carroll, Blake, Jones, Funk, Ham,
BOTTOM PICTURE, BACK ROW-Layton, Jack-
son, Willis, McCormick.
FRONT ROW-Vogel, Brown, Cayton, Miller,
The camera focuses now on our student
council. Each member is elected by his own
homeroomg these representatives in turn elect
the council ofiicers. Through suggestions of
students, the council strives to improve con-
ditions of the school, and to improve student-
Among their many activities, the student
TOP PICTURE, BACK ROW-Kirkham, Harvey,
FRONT ROW-Hoover, McAtee, Bransford, Wood-
en, Parker, Sparks.
BOTTOM PICTURE, BACK ROVV-Green, Turner,
Houser, Yoho, Cermack.
FRONT ROW-Graves, Smithson, Phillips, Carter,
council sponsored its annual Christmas Drive,
with the proceeds going to the Guardians
Home: managed the crowning ceremonies for
basketball, football, and track queens, and
ushered at Open House. Along with the Sec-
tional pep session and good sportsmanship
drive, the council sold brown and gold derbies
for Howeites to wear at the Sectionals.
The cabinet is composed
of the student council of-
ficers who are elected by
the home-room 1'epresenta-
tives. This year for the
first time a girl, Carole
Pryor, was chosen to pre-
side over council meetings.
Cabinet members pictured
at right are: BACK ROW-
Layton, Ponti, Rees
Slaughter, Tillery, Stewart.
FRONT ROVV - Brown
Cayton, Pryor, Funk
to better Howe
The cabinet of the student council meets
to discuss problems for council consideration.
It refers important issues and recommenda-
tions to the council. The cabinet reads and
considers student suggestions from the sug-
gestion box. Worthy suggestions are re-
ferred to the council for action. The cabinet,
because it is a small group, often can form
plans and discuss matters more efiiciently
and informally than the council.
The Indianapolis Federation of Student
Councils holds monthly meetings at the
school board office. Representatives from
each school, who have been elected from
their individual councils, meet and discuss
similar school problems. This city student
council gives students an opportunity to
look into the workings of other schools, to
compare procedures, and to experience work-
ing together toward a single goal-to achieve
better relations and understandings among
city high schools.
Howeis members are Dick Slaughter, Judy
Brown, and Donna Funk, who is also secre-
tary of the Federation. At least one junior
is always a member so that experience is
available for his next year.
The Federation sponsored a City Conven-
tion at Tech this year to which all council
members throughout the city were invited.
The sportsmanship campaign featured the
slogan: "Don't be a Dragg Don't be a Dripg
Always use good Sportsmanship" at the Sec-
tionals. This annual drive for good sports-
manship is one of the I.F.S.C.'s successful
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BACK ROW --
R e e d , Sturgeon,
THIRD R O W
-T e rr y, Yoos,
Cox, B y fi e l d ,
FRONT R O W
s o n , Applegate,
son, B. Powell.
THIRD R O W
- Morgan, E m -
T. Powell, Unne-
-Hughes, S o rn -
Orton, Ford, Dor-
FRONT R O W
tt , wright, Becker,
L-J Delbauve, Brown.
You can always tell a senior but you cannot tell
her much. Despite this quotation the senior girls
benefited from their activities, which were a
panel discussion on dating given by the Senior
Hi-Y, talks about sororities, rush teas and col-
lege life in general by Miss Adams and Miss
Rowland, Howe teachers. Besides this they took
part in the All-Girls, HalloWe'en and Christmas
This year Carol Dorsett was president of
Hosegi. Other officers were Joyce Thayer, Vicef
president, Sally Tinkle, secretary, and Toni
Miss Jackie Smith sponsored the club.
You can always tell a junior by her dignity
and such. Certainly the most dignified junior
girl is the Vihota Queen who reigns over the an-
nual May Pageant. She and her court are chosen
from the members of Vihota.
Vihota club members helped with the All-
Girls' Christmas and Hallowe'en parties. They
also had a Valentine party, a gift wrapping' dem-
onstration by Mrs. Virginia Moore, and a panel
discussion on dating by the Senior Hi-Y.
In the picture at the right are the four Vihota
ofiicers: Helen Schulze. president: Irene Allison,
vice-president: Donna Willenberg, secretary:
and Barbara Henninger, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth
Reed sponsored the club.
iolets for the queen
BACK ROW-Zobbe, French, Henninger, Short- SECOlND ROV! Thompson Smith Stnlmg NN hite
iidge, McMillan. Brandt, Miller, McCawley, Allison, lex Vhllenbeig Simms Lpshasx Nlexlxel 'Haze Fonts
Ember- FRONT ROVS Dixon Loodxun BOVLQIS U11ut1a
THIRD ROW-Daily, Grubb, Cayton, Collier, Popp Nitchman Resenei Hov Ludwig Cook
Brown, Kerr, Schulze, Carpenter, Morgan, Dodd.
A Howe day wouldn't be complete without
cheery Mrs. Mabel Burkart in the bookstore ready
to sell us tablets or pencils and then we're off
down the halls again. Mrs. Burkart is more or less
a tradition here at Howe as she is now completing
her seventh year with us.
In our scramble maybe we stop for a minute to
watch a freshman puzzle over his locker or to
give "helpful directions to another Freshief'
.The steadies seem to have all the time in the
world as they linger around the classroom doors
together, hating to leave 'til the very last minute.
Girls plus bobby pins and minus makeup rush
for the comb and mirrorg while fellows give a last
minute pat to their crew cuts and all is ready for
the first class as the 8:15 bell rings and another
day is under way.
tarts 0 f the day
Jordan, Jones, Fly,
T H I RD R O W-
ney, Mills, S. Miller,
Cors, J. Miller, Ham-
FRONT ROW -
Bostic, Rickets, Mor-
rison. Hoover, Mof-
ter, Scheele, Green,
Pryor, Pruett, Bu-
chee, Webster, Leh-
Powell, Dawson, Mc-
Kinley, Raney, Har-
In the thick of things
You can always tell a sophomore by her keen
and eager ways. The sophomore girls' club La-
Nina eagerly got under Way this year with
parties, speakers, and other activities.
Among their activities they included a panel
discussion by the Beta Hi-Y on dating. They
participated in the All Girls' Christmas and
Pictured on the left are their four oiiicers:
Jacque Wooden, president: Caroline Parker, vice-
president: Sharon McNierney, secretaryg and
Lynn Blair, treasurer. Their sponsor is Miss
You can always tell a freshman by her
bewildered gaze. This special gaze was
subjected to many new activities. Some
of them were a style show, a panel on
how to be happy in school, a welcome
party for January freshman Girls, and
a panel discussion on dating.
Officers were Marcia Graves, presi-
dent: Carolyn Green, vice-president,
Sandy Hamel, secretaryg and Cindy
Gazing at new scenes
BACK ROW-Ganser, Fahrbach, Olvey, Johnson.
Bolbon, Conaway, Isaks, Browne, Kollman, Shurgon
THIRD ROVV-Appleget, Oliver, Herrington.
Larsh, Gilliland, Gibbs, Hoff, Clouse, Jones.
SECOND ROW-Abraham, Holman, Affleck
Kaufman, Hicks, Cazzell, Story, Hudson, Hamilton
FRONT ROW-Benefiel, Hunsucker, Forler, Doak
Hamel, Scott, Barnes, Carter.
BACK ROW-Reed, Phelps, Money, Storm, Mere
dith, Graves, McPherson, Reynolds, Spangler, Pater
noster, Martin, Shake.
THIRD ROW-Watts, Stevens, Wiggins, Denny
Riggs, Green, Sniithson, Williams, McGauhey. Rus
SECOND ROW-Martin, VanCleave, Applegfet
Spcaring, McCoy, Fugrit, Bowden, Oden, Shaw
FRONT ROVV-Maloy. Schultz, VVilson, VVood
YVard, Benjamin, Simons, Powell, Simpson, Langley
JR. RED CROSS
RACK ROW--Oswalt, Penn. Patterson. Storm. Denny.
SECOND ROW-Tomey, Edna Garrison, Edith Garrison,
Tincher. Koepper, Keller.
FRONT ROW-Crandall, Pearcy, Montgomery, Powell,
Eighty-five boxes were sent overseas by
the Jr. Red Cross club. Members packed the
boxes and also supervised the drive here at
This club, under the leadership of presi-
dent Edna Garrison and sponsor Mrs. Betty
Johnson has had a very successful year.
Larry Oswalt, Edna and Edith Garrison were
on the Board of Representatives for the
Eyes and Ears of the World
Howe's Visual Education club is a school
service organization. Members give one pe-
riod daily to operating the projectors.
Mr. William Smith is sponsor of this
group. Ray Cantwell is president and Dale
Penn is vice-president. Projectionists learn
to care for films and filmstrips as well as to
BACK ROW--Mott, Scheerer, Allen, Klauburg, J. Pursell, M.
Elliott. Darling, Ray, Alyea, Russell, DeN0on.
THIRD ROW-Martin, Fulkerson. Mattinirly, Betts. Forrest.
Hale, Morris. Penn, Leaman, Seitz.
SECOND ROW-Chappell, Larsh, Scott, Cantwell, Bennett,
Butler. D, Pursell, Poggiani, Carnes, J. Elliott.
FIRST ROWfGarrison, Blossom, Abram, Stevens, Reed,
Meyer, Steele, Ramsey, VanWey, Rassmann.
BACK ROW-Martin. Oswalt, Buchanan, Miller.
THIRD ROW-Switzer, Williams, Crawley, Lichtenauer,
SECOND ROW-Clark, Group, Penn, Wilkens.
FRONT ROW-Jenkins, Tincher, Thomas, Rassmann.
"Atom Dust," science newspaper, is pro-
duced by Howe's Science Club. Some of the
members of the club attended the Junior
Academy of Science meeting in the fall.
Miss Jerry Motley is their sponsor.
Ofiicers of the club are Wayne Martin,
president: Tom Whitaker, Vice-presidentg
and Elizabeth Tincher, secretary.
"Testing, one, two, three." This phrase is
frequently heard by Radio Club members.
The group broadcast several radio shows
during the past year, in addition to learning
techniques of speaking and writing for
Barbara Ramsey presided over the group
in the fall and Sylvia Upshaw was president
in the spring. Miss Jackie Smith sponsors
BACK ROW-DeNoon, Mott, Muncie, Clark, Penn. French,
Joyce, Carpenter, Campbell, Snider.
THIRD ROWsRay, Chavers, Crider. Wuster. J. Morgan.
Deeter, Gehrich, J. Stevens. Dunbar.
SECOND ROW-Scheerer, Emery, N. Morgan, Carnes.
Tincher. Urrutia, Doyal, Upshaw.
FRONT ROW-Thompson, Holman, P. Stevens, Hourigan,
Fritz, Ramsey, Spencer.
BACK ROW-Hunter, Sauer, Russell.
FRONT ROW-Romine, Berry, Brown.
BACK ROW-Henshaw, Browne, Jones, Fly,
THIRD ROW-Stewart, Herrington, Wooden, Mc-
Nierney, Bransford, Mills.
SECOND ROW-Roseman, Schneider, Smithson,
Afiieck, Parker, Martin.
FRONT ROW-Shogren, Aldrich, Oden, Benefiel.
Hold That Line
"Hey, I've got a bite? This conversation
might be heard on the Sportsmen's Club
annual field trip. Their club activities include
studying the out-of-doors and nature. They
learn laws of hunting, fishing, and conser-
Charles Berry is the president, and Mr.
William Smith sponsors the club.
Watch Your Step
"Hup-two-three-four!" Howe's Baton
Twirlers Club is headed by Jacque Wooden.
Assisting her are Carol Reasner, vice presi-
dent: and Carol Roseman, secretary.
The majorettes, who are selected in the
spring, teach routines and help prepare the
club members for tryouts.
Mr. Louis McEnderfer is the sponsor.
Let 's Really Go
Ed Stevens and Bob Reed are co-captains
of this year's Cheerleaders Club.
The varsity squad received new uniforms
this year and were active at all of Howe's
home football and basketball games.
Miss Marjorie LaRue is the club sponsor.
BACK ROW-Ganser, Archer, Stevens, Gainey,
SECOND ROWWBurrill, Johnson, Hicks, Dorsett,
FIRST ROW-Carter, Stuck, Kirby, Hornaday.
These future homemakers had a very suc-
cessful year. To start off on the right track
they held a welcome party for the freshmen
new to the Home Economics department.
Demonstrations of gift wrapping, cake
decorating. flower arrangement, the making
of corsages, and make-up and hair styling
Pictured at the right in the Home Eco-
nomics dining room are the otiicers: Carol
Klusman, president: Darlene Waid, yice-
president: Shirley Wilson. secretary: Sandy
Fotiades, historian: Barbara O'Haver. re-
porter: Caroline Parker, song leader: and
Susie Koepper, parliamentarian.
Now they're cookin '
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BACK ROW-Ray, Ganser,
Sturgeon, Goken. Beasley.
Blake, Theising, Denny
berg, Gehrich, Powell, Gard-
ner, Fotiades. Parker.
FRONT ROW- Koepper
Wilson, Doak. Schultz, Reese
BACK ROW -- Campbell
Janet Morgan, Jean Morgan
Deeter, Edwards, Archer, Ol-
THIRD ROVV-Storm, Pat-
terson, Percival, Phillips
Riggs, Hoif, Jones,
SECOND ROW - Lewis
Leipnitz, Williams, Kelley
Lentz, McMullen, Swadner.
FRONT ROW-Story, Kiz-
zee, Parker, Spearing, Shaw
BACK ROW-French. Group, D.
Campbell, Ellis, Callahan.
THIRD ROWV-Shake, Bucher,
Webster, Scheele. Fotiafles.
SECOND ROW-M. Campbell,
Rapp, Hartley, Carnes, Parker.
FRONT ROW-Merkel, Maze.
Foreign customs interest linguists
Mythology was the theme for this
year's Latin Club. As a service to the
Latin classes, the club made slides and
posters. They also had a party to
welcome all new 9B's to the club. As
an added feature, a play was given.
Serving as officers this year were
Helen Schultze, president: Marcia
Benetiel, vice president: and Judy
The sponsors of the Latin Club al-
ternate semesters. Serving for the fall
semester was Miss Thelma Cooley and
for the spring semester was Miss Mar-
"Buenas dias, amigosf' Members of the
Spanish Club exchanged this greeting in
their classroom tongue. They also heard
talks on Cuba, Spain, and other Spanish-
Fall semester officers were Grace Maze,
president: Sandy Fotiades, vice-president:
Pat Scheele, secretary: and Mary Ellen Or-
ton, treasurer. Spring semester oliicers were
Joan Heavyside. president: Jo Ann Hartley,
vice-president: Virginia Leavitt, secretaryg
and Grace Maze, treasurer. Mr. Robert
Turner sponsors the group.
BACK ROW-Sheetz, Marsh,
Johnson, Paternoster, Huffman,
SECOND ROW - Kollman
Spears, Schulze, Reynolds, Abra-
FRONT ROW-Stevens, Hun-
sucker, Shaw, Pearcy, Cook.
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Howe Lettermen's Club members are boys
who have earned a varsity letter. Mr. Sam
Kelley is their sponsor.
These boys usher at basketball games and
track meets and act as parking lot attendants
at basketball games.
The Athletic Board is composed of the
coach and one team representative from each
sport. One of the responsibilities of this
group is to decide who should wear Howe's
block H sweaters.
BACK ROW-Bowman, Williams, Walton, An-
THIRD ROW-Witsman, Richardson, Guyer.
SECOND ROW-Lemley, Sharp, Combs.
FRONT ROW-Kelley, Tillery, Kinsey, Cermack.
Bzg Men on Campus
LFTTERMEN S CLUB
SECOND ROW-Johnson, Kouns, Shick, B. Eade,
Sterba, Fox. K. Stewart, Thomas.
FRONT ROW-J. Eade, Moore, Tillery, Slaughter,
Schneider, Bowden, Oilar.
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BACK ROYV-Hueston, Devitt. Johnston, Group,
Storm, Oliver, Conaway, Dorsett, Penn, Shake,
Yviggins, Morgan, Johnson, Ganser.
THIRD ROW-French, Lobdell, J. Brown, Vogel,
Gainey, Collier, Cayton, Spears, Kendall, Carpenter,
Kemper, Gardner. Gehrich, Ray.
SECOND ROYV-YVright, McCaslin Callahan
Thorn, Mo:-zey, Young, Blaker, Holman: Hicks, Url
rutia, Story, Huifman, D. Brown, Heavyside.
FRONT ROIV-Bowden, Oden, Harris Stewart
Doak, Schultz, Maloy, Reese, Frick, Carter. Horna:
BACK ROVV-Garrison, J. Larsh, Deeter, Kissick,
Dunbar, Emery, Olvey, Boldon, Crider, Wuster.
THIRD ROVV-M. Larsh, Jines, McDonald. Leh-
man, Cors, Mills, Shogren, Eicher, Phillips, Riggs.
SECOND ROW-Petton, Archer, Dixon, Clark.
Agan, Gibbs, Popp, Bowers, McKain, Wood.
FRONT ROYV-Fritz, Becker, Pollock, Stewart.
Cazzell, Simons, Powell, Cline, Simpson, Kerby.
We're all for you Ho-we High
"Howe High we must fight, fight. Make
this a victory . . . We're all for you Howe
High." Mr. Frank Watkins, Music Depart-
ment chairman, Wrote this new fight song.
Other new yells were written and practiced
by the Booster and Cheerleader's Club.
It was easy to tell Booster Club members
at games by their white shirts and their
reserved seat section in the bleachers.
Heading this club was president Marty
Dorsett. Dever McCaslin was secretary and
Miss Marjorie LaRue sponsored the club.
BACK ROW-Steele, Blake, Jacobs, Brown, Yoos, FRONT ROW-Austin, Fiers, Klusman, Chase,
Pflueger, Funk, Collier, Brown, Turpen, Simms. Johnson, McMullen, French.
High in the T ower ....
Led by Liz Johnson, editor-in-chief,
and Marcia Blake, associate editor, the
'54 HILLTOPPER staff determined to
better the record of the All-American
award winning '53 book. Working with
them to achieve this goal were Carolyn
Jacobs and Barbara Fiers, senior co-
editorsg Nancy Pflueger, activities edi-
tory Judy Brown and Linda French, club
editors, Jack Austin, Janice Brown, and
Tom Steele, sports editors, Ellen Collier
and Sherry Turpen, underclassmen edi-
tors, Carol Klusman, make-up editorg
Conferring with Mrs. Jenkins at I. U. this
summer about yearbook plans are Marcia Blake
and Liz Johnson.
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