Tudor Hall School - Chronicle Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 88
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1951 volume:
Each of us walks a separate path of life
Tudor Hall School
The formative steps at Tudor teach us
The Chronicle 1951
"Lives of great men all remind us
XVe can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of time."
that we have much to learn .... before
Sporn V ,,
Miss I. Hilda Stewart
Many know her for her limitless energy and wisdom, her
gaiety and witty conversationg but we, the Class of 1951,
will remember Miss Stewart also as a sympathetic, understand-
ing, wise, and friendly guide. We owe her much. She has led
us around the pitfalls to smoother paths. Her tireless efforts
to help us in- times of difficulty have won her a place in all
our hearts, and we shall never forget her.
we shall be able to walk this road with surety.
THE TUDOR HALL SHIELD
For outstanding leadership and contribution to school act
MI-XRY' ALICE BAXTER
THE SCHOLARSHIP CUP
For the highest academic record in the senior class.
THE CUM LAUDE SOCIETY
For the highest scholastic standing in the senior clas
IVIARY ALICE BAXTER
THE PHI BETA KAPPA AVVARD
Presented by the Indiana Alpha Association of Phi Beta Kap
senior ranking highest in scholarship.
pa to the
THE IVIASQUERS CLUB TROPHY
For outstanding achievement in dramatics
Honorable mention: CAROL Ih'ICKEIZ
THE CROVVN PROSE AND POETRY CONTEST
First prize: Three poems, lVlAXlNE AMBUS
Second prize: Poems, NANCY CARPENTER
Honorable mention: "An Unforgettable
Character," CAROL MCKEE
THE TUDOR HALL BLAZER
For outstanding athletic proficiency and sportsmanship.
MARY ALICE BAXTER
THE CLASS 8 SCHOLARSHIP CUP
For the highest scholastic record in Class 8.
e start on that trail which will someday
lead us to Opportunity cmd Success
Alung marlxcd patlmx Lln' classes
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Miss Sara Lois Haber
From our first freshman gropings to our more secure
senior steps, Miss Haber has helped guide our paths in
the right direction. Her ready assistance with sales or
studies lifted us over many humps and snags. If history
moved slowly B. H. fbefore Haberj , the spice she adds to
Confucius and Lincoln has made her subject rise high on
our list of favorites. It is with deepest sincerity and grat-
itude that we, the Class of 1951, dedicate our CHRONICI.Ii
to Miss Sara Lois Haber.
Led by the steady steps of the faculty, we
"If you wish to know
the road ahead, inquire
of those who have traveled it."
Guess whose? .........
Sec pglgc 78 for HLIITIQS of the
owncrs of these fwhistlcj . . .
As we make our way from class to class
All the way from ilu'
first grndm: to the senior
yum' Fnglislm is Ll "must"
nt Tudor. Vrom the rudi-
nmcntw of rcndin' and writ-
nn wc advance to dc-h
siplmvring Milton nml
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we learn the language of life . . .
lwfl lf' f'i,uf'f-' 'V'f'f'- l'1""V' K- All ol' us .il Tudor have hid .1 womlerful luclx-
M'll"'- S' ci"'l"k' grouml of foreign languages and cultures. lfroni our
first experiences with lfrench in Class Ill through
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we've .ill been cultivating our .lCk1Ll.lll1l.lHL'C with our
foreign neiglibors. The struggle with that vue.1bul.iry
LA .ind ll1OiU cunstruetions may have heen .1 lung, ll.ll'Ll
mme, but we .ill agree that the credit for our xuceess
in the study goes to our inspiring foreign l.lllgLl.lgC
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Bur'lzgronr1d.' P. Lions. I. Collell.
From the eighth grade through high
school Tudor girls learn about the World and
its molecules and elements. In Miss R0od's
biology, chemistry, and physics classes we be-
gin to understand and appreciate the vast
resources of the earth and the many valuable
contributions that science has brought to
our civilization. Through careful experimen-
tation in the laboratory we prove the valid-
ity of the various laws and acquire the skill
of supporting our conclusions with accurate
reasoning. Although many of us are still
likely to confuse "Boyle's law" with "Ar-
chimedes' principle," we never cease to won-
der at the storehouse of information we have
uncovered and absorbed. Perhaps only a few
of us will choose science for a career, and
probably none will become a second Madame
Curieg yet it is certain that the scientific
method, resulting from those hours of steady
concentration, will be invaluable to us
throughout our lives.
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Leff lo rigbl: R. Gar'r'i.w11, S. cjzlllllllll, V. I'fril'1mll, Mm Ilulfvr, M. K. Grifiillr.
Under the inspirational guidance of Miss Haber, Tudorites do not
merely taste but actually gobble up ancient, modern, and American
history. Miss Haber possesses the unusual ability to make history fas-
cinating by sprinkling the facts with human interest stories which
make those days of long ago seem real and understandable. Note-tak-
ing is stressed in all the courses in order to prepare us for college.
Through our study of history we accumulate knowledge which enables
us to comprehend and meet the current problems of the world and to
act as intelligent citizens of our communities.
By using methods tried and true,
lffl lu rigbl: Mrs. Alitfnlgm, l. Huurll
Min l.u1f1.n'L.wx Miss Mary Morrissey .lim lfvrlma Imlil Mu. Ming' ll uu
lfrom the simplest problems through triangles, equations, and
lUg.Il'lll1ll1S ludor girls absorb l11.lll1Cl11.lllL'S under the teaching of
Mrs. Mcllolgin and Miss lissex. WI' are all grateful for the train-
ing our math gives in accurate, logical thinking.
Une ol' the most enjoyable courses is music. The department
is headed this year by our talented teacher, Miss Morrissey. Woi'k-
ing on the choral program for the Veterans Hospital and listen-
ing to Miss Morrissey's delightful performances have helped to
make a wonderful school year.
Whgit would we do at Tudor without the library and our
cheerful, capable librarian, Mrs. Wood? Not only does she offer
us hundreds of good books, but she also teaches us to do exten-
sive research work and to acquire good reading habits.
we learn new skills to solve our problems.
I. llnllou, II. W'4'mrm'r, M. IJIIAY, M.
These tools we use in many ways. . . .
The talented ones at Tudor are encouraged to express themselves in
our well-equipped art studio. But talented or not, we have all enjoyed
hours working in many media and studying the history of art under the
expert guidance of Miss Horsfall.
The Tudor family is not made up of teachers and students alone.
All of us are grateful to Miss -Ianet for planning delicious lunches, and
these in the residence would be lost without their "mothers," Miss
Lingley and Mrs. Harding. XVhere would we be without Miss Adkins
or Mrs. Summers to help keep our club treasuries straight and give us
our telephone messages, or john and Lawrence to repair squeaking desks
and serve punch at our dances? The tireless steps of our staff have made
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Row 2.' P. Alkins, S. Eaglrxjiclrl, S. Lumlv, S. Alrxunder, . Q
K. Wiflianzs, E. Ayres, I. W. Gibbs, M. Mc'Kibl1c'n.
Standing: A. Maromber, M. Lurir, M. E. Rossin, A. -,
Morrow, I, Ballard, N. Burnaby. I 'Q-It
At first the freshmen were harried by the strange class schedules,
tryouts for the clubs, and rules of a new game called hockey, but in a
short time they were fitting neatly into their niche in upper school
life. To their credit it may be said that this transition. was made with
the greatest of ease. Bounding across the basketball floor, dancing for
the Workshop production, and making alert answers in their classes,
the freshmen stack up as all-round gals.
This year the freshmen are headed by Sally Alexander, presidentg
Kacki Williams, vice-presidentg and Ann Morrow, secretary-treasurer.
Their class sponsor is Miss Audrey Ross. Such a grand group of girls,
who are also easy on the eyes, will surely go far.
on this frail are new adventures and
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S OPH OM ORES
The mighty sophomores have Ll great deal of push in their makeup,
and we are proud to have them as our sister class.
Faithful and enthusiastic members, they are an asset to all the clubs.
They hold their own in sports, too, many of them taking top honors
in swimming. Under the direction of Hildegarde Wenanaer, the sopho-
mores this year helped to collect approximately one hundred gifts for
the needy children of Corcieux, lfrance. The class also showed its ini-
tiative in leading the school to raise money for Janina, the little Polish
girl Tudor adopted.
Oflicers of the Class of '53 are: Hildegarde Wemnaer, president:
Joyce Martin, vice-presidentg and Janie Holton. secretary-treasurer.
Mademoiselle Moscherosch is their class sponsor. We know the sopho-
mores will make a grand junior class.
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The happy-go-lucky juniors go in for everything in a big way.
Where sports are concerned they really shine, staking a huge claim for
the class cup. Their names have a way of appearing everywhere: on
Tudor club rosters, drivers' licenses, and dance programs. These glamor
gals do have a way of getting around!
Under the enthusiastic leadership of General Chairman Anne Mahaf-
fey, the Junior Dance, a Valentine ball, was a great success. Creative
ability was efhciently harnessed under the direction of Sylvia Cannon,
chairman of the decorating committee.
Janie Gentry and Claire Wilkinson shared responsibilities as co-
chairmen of the White Elephant Sale, a Student Government project
undertaken to raise money for various civic charities.
The class was headed this year by Marty Wright, presidentg Becky
Garrison, vice-presidentg Sylvia Cannon, seeretaryg and Janie Essig,
treasurer, with Miss Haber as class sponsor. Good luck next year as
lmjf fu rixqlrl, Run' If M. K. Grijilfn, S. Cannon, I. Essig, M. Wfrighi, R. Garrison, D. DrMufii'. Rou' 2.' I. flmliug, S. Kuufzlry,
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A. Mizlmjfrv, V. Plviljmlt, B. Foltz. Row 5: G. Thompson, K. Rubvr, S. Loot.
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we will remember and remember . . .
Here is the place where the road
divides .... "--vefgil
MAXINE E. AMBUS
Sandusky Ohio 4 years
Editor-in-Chief of CROWN H950-195115 assistant
editor of CHRONICLE C1950-19511, treasurer of Stu-
dent Government CI949-l950jg Masquers, 3, 4g Pre-
lude fassociatel, 1 factivej, 2, 3, 4, CROWN staff,
2, 3, 4g CHRONICLE staff.
"Max" . . . timely remarks-pregnant silences . . .
"Ticleetsh pleashf' .... Rupert Brooke . . . green pears
and broken cookies in abundance . . . the CROWN . . .
"Aren't IPI' . . . peeled pencils . . . boisterous author-
ity and chief diverter ...' mood indigo . . . "In a
SUSAN WINTERS ATKINS
Indianapolis, Indiana 13 years
Captain of White Team 11950-19512, secretary-
treasurer of Athletic Association 41949-19501, Ath-
letic Council, 3g Masquers, 2, 3, 4g CHRONICLE staff.
"SucieU . . . our glamour girl . . . SPORTS . . . "I just
donit know what I did!" . . . extemporaneous assem-
bly introductions .... "But I thought Math IV was
all algehraiu . . . tennis pro . . . that prolific' family
tree . . . Sucie with the fringe on top.
MARY ALICE BAXTER
Indianapolis, Indiana 62 years
President of Student Government 11950-195113
vice-president of Student Government C1949-1950jg
Athletic Council, 1, 3g president of sophomore classg
treasurer of Prelude C1948-194915 Masquers, 2, 3, 43
Prelude tactivej, 1, 2, 3, 45 CHRONICLE staffg Cum
"Bebe" . . . friendly leadership . . . CULVER . . .
what gay houseparties! . . . those trips to St. Louis
. . . psychology and Ricky . . . Baxter hospitality . . .
glowing eyes . . . Florida, or any place, T. W. A. . .
"Maybe if I see just one more college, I'll know!" . .
still waters run deep.
HELEN S. BROWN
, Indiana 2 years
Secretary-treasurer of Residence C1949-19511, Ath-
letic Council 11950-19S1j, CHRONICLE staff.
"Broufnie,' . . . rezlheaded angel .... "lf Miss janet
Catches me eating these cookies, I w0'n't get fruit for
dessert!" . . . nzanquer cl'eyelash . . . "BOOP BOOP
DE DOOM . . , "That thing in the hasement isn't a
goldfish howl. Dire in!" . . . rowdy ruelzns, that's
SUSAN BANNING CADICK
Indianapolis, Indiana 6 years
Business Manager of CROWN and CHRONICLE 11950-
1951Qg secretary of Student Government C1949-
l950Jg secretary-treasurer of sophomore class, vice-
president of Prelude QI948-l9'49jg Athletic Council,
1, 2, 35 Masquers, 2, 3, 49 Prelude factivej, 1, 2, 3,
4, Workshop, 1, 2, 3, 4, CROWN staff, 1, 2, 3, 45
CHRONICLE statfg Cum Laude.
"Sue,' ..., 3 505 Washington Boulevard: "Hail, hail,
the gang's all here!" . . . Sister Sue, the mother ron-
fessor . . . organization plus . . . versatility . . . night
life . . . "You mean you don't jitterbug?" . . . prob-
able art major . . . will sell you for sell you onj
NANCY ELLEN CARPENTER
Indianapolis, Indiana 4 years
Editor-in-Chief of CHRONICLE C1950-1951jg assist-
ant editor of CROWN, treasurer of junior class, sec-
retary-treasurer of freshman class, treasurer of Mas-
quers C1949-1950jg Masquers, 2, 3, 4g Prelude
factivej, 1, 2, 3, 43 Artisans, 2, 3, 44 CROW'N staff,
1, 2, 3, 45 Cum Laude.
"Carpy', . . . that giggle . . . eat, drink, and he merry,
for tomorrow I ali-et . . . CHRONICLE . . . Tudor's
future Latin teacher? Ne1,fer.' . . . quiet humor, or is
it? . . . Wfe-e-l-l-l" . . . Dayton, Miniwanra, MID-
DLEBURY! . . . 09 Fahrenheit or centigrade? . .
VIRGINIA ROBB CHITTICK
Paris, Illinois 4 years
President of Artisans H950-195115 vice-president of
Residence QI949-l950Qg secretary-trclsurer of Arti-
sans C1949-199015 Masquers, 3, 43 Artisans, 2, 3, 43
"Cl1ielzy" . . . Miss F1'a:ie1"s liflle fieljrvr ...4 gui
Paris, lmu' n'ull ran if gel? . . . jslaifl 1'i111x . . . fvrwafws-
sor of kniffing . . . "I really :lo lou' lzim, afllllvf I,
Max'?,' . . . fha! fmrjrle glou' . . . syzirjmflrrfim' ear . . .
HIIOHIKI like fo sell z'a11rl'y Iorlay, ll'0lIllllI'f VYUIIPH .
lbosr' Cuban 111e11.
Indianapolis, Indiana 6 ' 3 years
President of Workshop H950-195125 Masquers, 2,
3, 43 Prelude factivej, 1, Z, 3, 49 XVorkslIop, 2, 3, 43
"Helen" . . . those falrulous Cole ears . . . Colorado
. . . Dominoes . . . Mrs. Cole's olber sou, lfrerliiy . . .
"K-K-K-Kalyn . . . pint-sizerl u'l1irlwi11J. . . Hl'II"IlifX,
nererg bu! ob, give me some of lbal fmlge."' . . . sur-
plus of glasses . . . "Donkey Serenade" . . . Tomrrzy-
gone, 1711! the memory lingers 011.
Indianapolis, Indiana 13 years
President of Athletic Association H950-l9S1jg Carv-
tain of Green Team C1949-19501: Athletic Council,
2, 3, 4g secretary of Prelude H949-l9S0j: Masqucrs,
2, 3, 4g Prelude Qactivej, 1, 2, 3, 4g CIIRONICIE
"Ianie', . . . the all-arozma' gal . . . frank aml ramlirl
rema1'lz,s: "Will you lve III-Y g1'a11'l111ollrr'r, Mr. Pemllf-
ton?" . . . fha! carefree affilzlde . . . BURT LAKE
. . . Somemze falls laer "apesl1ape," 1111! flue CHRON-
ICLE disagrees . . . :lead-eye, szlre-slm-I . . . Legs . . .
music lessons . . . No one eau keel: up wiffz Iver lures
. . . would like io make Pri11ve!w1 ber fllllllf.
ANN I-IOVEY GII.IaESPIE
Williamsport, Indiana - 2 years
Secretary of Workshop 11950-19S1jg secretary of
Prelude fl950-19511, Song Leader C1950-l951jg
Athletic Council H950-195113 Masquers, 3, 4g Pre-
lude, 3, 44 Workshop, 3, 43 CHRONICLE staff, Cum
"Gillespie" . . . Seemingly quiet hut oh--- . . . infec-
tious laugh or is it a roar? . . . La Boheme four future
Met starj . . . uproarious letters from ---------- . . .
boundless appetite . . . that always ohliging brother
f"Does anyone want a date with a Beta?"j . . . 'radi-
ant crimson glow . . . Gillespie sorority house-
Mother makes the dates.
Butler, Indiana 2 years
Vice-president of Workshop C1950-195115 vice-pres-
ident of junior classg Workship, 5, 45 CHRONICLE
"Gruhie" . . . U. of Wfisconsin . . . "Music, Maestro,
Plraseu . . . Charleston fiend . . . "My hair is too
curly!" . . . forgotten boots . . . Camp Breclzinrizlge
. . . chief roommate manager . . . Harvard garter . . .
"But, Mickey, co-ed colleges have---.',
Indianapolis, Indiana 6 years
Athletic Council 11950-l95ljg Workshop, 2, 3, 43
CROW'N business staff, 2g CHRONICLE staff.
"Gujfy" . . . ballerina, par excellence . "My father
isrft that kind of doctor." . . . Sweet Sixteen . . .
Cuba and Alaska, here she comes . . . Afghans-the
dogs, that is . . . perfect hostess-parties to ft the
JEANNE FORRY HARGITI'
Indianapolis, Indiana 2 years
Vice-president of Artisans H950-195113 Masquers,
4g Artisans, 3, 43 CROWN and CHRONICLE business
staff, 3, 45 CHRONICLE staff.
"Jeannie" . . . fha! ever ready, always conwnient
vonrerlible . . . "Give me 501' of regular." . . . Greaf
Books . . . parties--any kind, any time . . . Mustafa
Kemal . . . "Better lafe than never" . . . IXI6 page
ads . . . genius ai impromptu snaps . . . "the 'mus-
laelae"' . . . dirert transporfaiion fo Le Metro de Sam
. . . PURPLE.
MAY ADELAIDE HINKEN
Litchfield, Illinois 1 year
Secretary of senior classg treasurer of CROWN and
CHRONlCL.IiQ Masquers, 43 Prelude Qactivej, 43
"Hinkey" . . . Violin rirlnoso fFiddle Faddlej . . .
INTERLOCKEN . . . leffers from johnny, Nirk,
Wfason, Ralph, Ray, ef al .... lacquered cast . . .
Mrs. Semple, or is if Simple? . . . fha! Suflm'n drawl
. . . "VI7l1af's anolloer facl, Miss Haber? . . . S. M. U.
SHARON LEE HOUSER
Monon, Indiana 2 YCHYS
President of Residence 11950-195113 Masquers, 3, 45
"Hauser" . . . PETE . . . Purdue or the Chicken farm?
. . . shoes and charge aeronnfs . . . "I s'pose" . . . our
jovial jokesler . . . Dr. I-Iouserls prescription . . . week
ends al Ann! Grac'e's . . . ejfieienl Res pres . . .
"ClJirky, lselp me wills my beer mugs" fsoeksj.
KATHERINE ROWAND KOONS
Indianapolis, Indiana 5 years
Treasurer of Student Government 11950-19511 g sec-
retary-treasurer of Workshop 11948-l949jg Mas-
quers, 2, 3, 44 Workshop, 1, 2, 3, 4g CROWN staff,
l, 2, 3g CHRONICLE staff.
"Kitty,' . . . How many cats now, Kitty? . . .
NORTH CAROLINA . . . the walk! . . . the old
llady of the class . . . "Bewitched, Botliered, and
Beufila'ered" . . . casbmeres . . . "How many lumps of
tea do you want?', . . . we want a toucba'own, a la
senior Ilan ce.
PATRICIA JOAN LYONS
Indianapolis, Indiana 6 years
Treasurer of senior class: treasurer of Workshop
11950-195115 Prelude Qassociatej, 1 factivej, 2, 3,
43 Workshop, 2, 3, 4g CROWN staff, 1, 2, 3g CHRON-
ICLE staff, Cum Laude. ' Q f
"Pat" . . . lbose blond locks . . . "Did someone say
HARRY?" . . . powder blue convertible . . . math
prodigy . . . yea rub, Indians . . . "And tben, Mm-la,
Frank said---" . . . Residence morning glory.
Clermont, Indiana 5 years
President of Masquers C1950-19513, secretary of
Masquers 11949-195013 Masquers, 2, 3, 4g Prelude
fassociatej , 1, 2, 3, 4, CROWN staff, 1, 2, 35 CHRON-
"Mickey" fgigglexl . . . WALLOON . . . ana' Shag-
burk . . . picnics deluxe . . . mementos from Wabash
. . . wafer sports and square dancing . . . Hiclz . . .
Culver can-can . . . little IPI brotber Bill . . . future
Powers -model . . . those beautiful big eyes . . . Wow!
Where did she acquire tbat sun-bleached bair?
KRISTIN LIE MILLER
Indianapolis, Indiana IZM years
President of senior class, president of junior class,
vice-president of sophomore class, vice-president of
Prelude H949-195013 secretary-treasurer of Work-
shop f1949-l950jg Masquers, 2, 3, 49 Prelude fac-
tivej, 1, 2, 3, 4g Workshop, 2, 3, 4g CROWN staff,
1, 2, 35 CHRONICLE staff, Cum Laude.
"Rusfy,' . . . fbe tops . . . ejiciency plus . . . top bats
and canes . . . lemon juice does efveryflaing . . . tbe
great lover, Iervis . . . our lraveler . . . "I don'f know
what Fm saying! ' . . . versafile . . . "A" HONOR
PATRICIA LYNN PETERSON
Indianapolis, Indiana 7 years
President of Prelude C1950-19515, secretary of jun-
ior classg vice-president of freshman class, treasurer
of Prelude C1949-1950jg Masquers, 2, 3, 4g Work-
shop, 1, 3, 4g Artisans, 2, 3, 4g CROWN staff, 1, 2, 3,
CHRONICLE staffg Cum Laude.
"Petit," . . . snappy carloons . . . half our rninstrel
team . . . the perfect figure . . . apples and bananas
. . . sarcasm-in plays, that is . . . elubwoman . . .
iwbai dreams lie beyond those faraway eyes? '. .
"That sister of mine."
MAR1 A RAY
Elwood Indiana 3 years
Vice-president of senior class, vice-president of Pre-
lude 11950-l95lJg secretary-treasurer of Artisans
11950-19511: Song Leader C1949-195035 Athletic
Council, 35 Masquers, 3, 4, Prelude, 3, 45 Artisans,
3, 4, CHRONICLE staff.
"Mamie" . . . HERMAN . . . "Well, frankly, my
dear, I d0n'l---" . . . ibe smaller half of our insep-
arable leam . . . fbose dinners ou! . . . fbe impeccable
wardrobe . . . clown collection . . . the foremost
salesman for that fabulous shop . . . Miss Prifcla . . .
"Tbe Lilac Tree" . . . ber energy varies inversely ufiib
ber size . . . "You simple goat-berderf'
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We do hereby bequeath these objects fmaterial and
We, the Class of 1951, after our long, weary trek through the shining halls of learning, do hereby leave
to the school what's left of the school after we leave. Having gathered together all possessions of any value, we
bequeath the remains as follows: " ,
Max Ambus leaves her timely, intellectual wit to other dizzy damsels who dare use it. Good luck, kiddies!
Sucie Atkins's perfect profile goes to Jimmie Durante--for bigger and better blows.
Bebe Baxter leaves, taking joe with her. But never fearg there's more where he came from.
Helen Brown leaves her "wittle baby voicev to Jane Holton.
Susan Cadick leaves those stitches dropped while knitting socks Csize 141 to be picked up by the incomparable
Nancy QCarpij Carpenter leaves her carpetbag to Mile-a-Minute Haber's classes to store u-p those occasional
juicy, intellectual tidbits.
Ginny Chittick leaves her ability to talk her way out of any situation in three seconds flat to Lauren Bacall.
Helen Cole donates her leaps and bounds to the Playtex Panty Girdle advertisers.
Jane Collett departs, heading for Princeton and saying: "Rally, I'll leave Wabash to all you corn-fed gals."
fl-Io, ho, that's richlj
Ann Gillespie leaves her determined will to stay single and support herself in old age to Marty Wright.
Sandy Grube leaves her Harvard garter to Madame to display in those night clubs in gay Paree.
Guffy Gustafson leaves her dancing ability to "twinkle toes" Haber for better Old Girl-New Girl faculty skits.
Jeanne Hargitt wills her lost word of the week to Miss Stewart.
The Will Committee can't decide which of her many talents May Adelaide Hinken should leave, but in view of
the national situation we leave them all to Truman.
Sharon Houser leaves her many high-heeled shoes to Miss McKee for quieter study halls.
Kitty QKatj Koons leaves her ninth life forever Qeight of them having been lost while driving in a certain
Pat Lyons leaves one long, golden, curly tress to Harry.
Carol McKee wills the convenient drive out to her shack in the wilderness to Anne Mahaffey to account for
Rusty Miller leaves her multi-brains, multi-men, multi-A's, and multi-anything-else you wish to the "happy-go-
lucky" fthat's a quotej juniors.
Lynn Peterson wills her combination diary and assignment notebook and her volume of history notes to any
future bcfuddled senior.
Marla Ray sneaks out hurriedly, leaving her nosy classmates in the dark! Somebody turn on the lights.-Who is
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immaferiall and do prophesy that these things shall be. .
In the distance called Future we see our classmates ten years from the Present.
Taking Miss Rood at her word, Maxine Ambus is on the beach more than ever now, trying to lose weight in
water. How many grams does she weigh now?
Sucie Atkins is still trying to catch on to that joke.
Bebe Baxter grew tired of driving her Ford convertible, Buick station wagon, and Cadillac sedan. To add variety,
she has just bought a shiny new Model T for impromptu cross-country trips.
Helen Brown, using her natural aptitude for the French language, has moved to Paris, where she has translated
"Boop-boop-de-doo" and can be heard singing it at Le Moulin Rouge with Pierre.
Susan Cadick has already acquired her B. A., M. A., and Ph. D. at Vassar and is now working on her M. R. S.
Because of her experience on the CHRONICLE at Tudor Nancy Carpenter rose from a job as editor of Morlern
Romance to the position of art adviser of Esquire. 73
As the result of her high aptitude for mechanics, Virginia Chittick is head grease monkey at Sam's Garage. If
you don't have time to stop in, just wave as you go by.
The Cole Brothers Circus is now featuring Helen, the one and only redheaded brunette in the world.
Instead of heading Tudor's athletic program, Jane Collett has moved permanently to Burt Lake, where she spe-
cializes in fishing and baiting hooks or, better still, in hooking Beattey.
For the form revealed in the Workshop production Ann Gillespie has acquired the title: "Miss Lovable Tomato
Sandy Grube has recently been elected "Sweetheart of the Airborne." Pardon us, but your parachute is showing.
Gloria Gustafson may now be found dwelling in a tepee. The exotic charm she acquired in Cuba won her an
Indian-an Indianapolis Indian, that is. One little, two little, three little Indians.
Life for Jeanne Hargitt is one continual picnic complete with sweet potatoes and football captains who hold to
After being pursued by bassoons and flutes at Interlocken, May Adelaide I-Iinken has decided to settle down with
Sharon Houser is settled happily on a farm, conducting agricultural experiments in raising pigs, chickens, cows,
and little Peters. Well, I s'pose!
Kitty Koons still sports those sterling virtues which distinguished her at Tudor.
Pat Lyons no longer has to hunt alone. She now has a Pointer.
The future finds Mickey McKee editing a column of advice to the lovelorn in Tlx' Cawvzazz. The title is "What
Should I I-Iave Done?"
After years of struggling through college, Rusty Miller is now teaching kindergarten. Requirements are: the
teacher must know one more fact than the student.
Lynn Peterson is still looking for that nickel she lost her freshman year.
Marla Ray has finally succumbed to the irresistible charms and numerous proposals of her secret lover and has
decided that children are cheaper by the dozens.
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our brand of physical education. Hockey in autumn,
Fall is the season for brightly colored leaves. At Tudor fall is the
season for the ever popular sport of hockey. With spirits held high and
sticks held low, the players await the sound of the whistle, and the
games begin. And what games! Those "never give in" juniors
remained undefeated, winning many points for their elnss cup. Tension
was high during the Green and White team gamesg however, the Greens
reigned victorious. ln the second-team games the Wliites did manage
to tie their opponents. As we boarded the bus, breathless and exhausted,
to leave Riverside Park, we said .1 sad goodbye till next year to that
energetic game of hockey.
A Big Derixiznl. Ground ,xfirkv, Seniors fmrr il. S0 long!
basketball in the winter months . . .
After Thanksgiving vacation the basketball season opened with
a burst of enthusiasm. Skinned knees, bumps, and bruises were the
fashion during the many days of practice. Then at last the tournament
was on. The freshman-sophomore battle ended with the sophomores in
the lead and the freshmen waiting for more years of experience. The
faces of rho triumphant juniors glowed for days while the downhearted
seniors put away the ball for the last time. But the spirit became even
more tense as the whistle blew for the Green and White night game.
The gym was packed to the rafters. No matter how hard the Greens
tried, they just eouldn't beat those fast Whites. Victorious or defeated,
all declared that basketball was king of winter sports at Tudor.
and baseball when spring arrives . . .
Every spring a well-worn path in the shape of a diamond is found at Tudor.
Answering the eall, "Batter up!" the girls take their places for thc great Ameri-
can sport, softball. The games attract keen interest when classes, as well as the
Green and Wlmite Teams. compete for the winning score.
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all are sports which provide
The Athletic Association at Tudor is made up of the
entire upper school student body. Everyone assumes
her share of the responsibility in one way or another.
The badge of a sportswoman in the fall was a pair
of hockey shoes. We jumped on the bus at 2:30 every
Tuesday and Wednesday bound for "ye olde Riverside
Park." Tennis shoes and bare feet were also noticeable
at this time Qin tennis and swimming, that isj.
When jack Frost arrived, we put on heavy wool
socks and gym shoes again and escaped to the upper
gym for basketball. At least it was a little warmer
there. For the more graceful Tudorites modern dance
was also offered. Ping-pong and badminton tourna-
ments were popular attractions.
In the spring we shook the moth balls out of the
soft ball equipment and enthusiastically got down to
business. No victory came without a hard battle first.
Athletics at Tudor, highlighted by good sportsman-
ship and co-operation, are an important part of our
liyes. Many, many thanks to the new Vorce-Ross
team for helping to make this year such a success.
Lrfl lo rigbl, svrllnl ou flowg' ll. Broun, I. tfollrtr, M. C. Su'url:,, I. Cox. Srulnl.
ll. Cole, Miss Roxx, I. xlrrrlllrlig, S. Allqinx, Milt l'ur'u', M. K. Ciriffillv. Slavl1l1llg.'
M. Brrlwvrer, A. Ciillrxjrir, C. Wilkirrsull, I. ljsiig, T. tiiullv, I. llrmrll, G, clllffxlfkllll,
A. Morrow, S. lia,qlmtiz'1il.
for us to march boldly .
Modern dance ranks high on Tuclor's sport
program. This type of dance develops creative
ability as well as coordination and grace. As an
added attraction, the classes are given an oppor-
tunity to display their compositions at assem-
blies during the year.
. toward the high
Whether slamming a tennis ball over the net
or smashing a badminton birdie about the court,
Tudor girls are proficient with racquets in their
hands in all seasons. They compete in exciting
tournaments all the year round: tennis in spring
and fall and badminton during the winter.
Good sportsmanship is at its zenith in these
physical and character goals we have set.
Tudor's fall swimming season began with a big splash. Although
the climax was reached later in the year, the first plunge into the pool
was taken by the girls entered in the various swimming classes. In the
fall swimming meet the sophomores received top honors of the day,
with the juniors clipping their heels at a close second. The Green and
Wfhite swimming meet held the spotlight as the concluding event of
the swimming season in the spring.
Ping-pong also contributes to the lively KN
sports program at Tudor. The Greens and kg A -af'
Whites, along with the class teams, step fast to Q'
win the ping-pong rounds begun in late winter. ,
All of us wait anxiously to see who will make
the last determining step.
Our footsteps meet on the common ground
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interests outside the regular routine
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lms, R. Garrison, N. Cai'11ei1l1'r. Rau' 21 S. Lamb,
V. Pbillmff, I. Iixxig, I. llargiff, M. S. Ilirruw. Rnu' 55
Mist M1'C1rllr1H.Qf7, K, W'ilfiamt, N. Rr1i'r1rlf7j', M. C.
Szriirfz, Miss Ilorzifall, S. Knrfcley, M. A. IIi71rl1I'II,
CROWN . . . CHRONICLE
Our publications are the products of talent
and hard work. This year's CROWN, our lir-
erary magazine which is issued at Christmas
time, measured up to the editions of previous
years and received a first place award in the
Columbia Scholastic Press Association Contest.
The senior class brings you the CHRoNlc:i.if.
It is a record of this school year, 1950-1951.
XVC hope that in the future our book will re-
call memories of friends, good times-and
studies. The footprints luring you through thc
pages lead into your own lives and on to the
years to come.
Citoxxx STM-1 :
Left In right, Row I.' M. MrKil1lu'u, A. Murrnug M. K.
Griffith, I. Bullarrf, R. Hall. D, DeMoHr. Row 2:
M. Berl1ei'ri', I. Amliug, lf. Altltlllffll. T. Cacile, M. Wfriglll.
Row if S. CTKHHIOII, A. Ilialmffey. K. Noliug, f. Cnr.
Row 4.' I. Ilollon, I. Iluzwll, 11. Wemmrr.
of school life ....
Crmxvx Baum: fjlIRONKTI' Baum:
lrfl In Vigfvff H, f1lNl'llK, R. Hur- l,1'ffluri,qfJl.' N.Cl11fnulm,Him
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The adoption of -l.lI"lil'lLl Zadziewiez, a Polish refugee
in France, the packing of Red Cross boxes, the prepara-
tion of food baskets for the needy here at home-these
projects kept the Student Government Association active
through the fall weeks. The highlight of the spring
season was a Wfhite Elephant Sale to replenish the organ-
iZation's funds for charity.
Under the leadership of Mary Alice Baxter, presidentg
Claire W'ilkinson, vice-presidentg Katherine Koons, secre-
taryg and Valri Philpott, treasurer, the Student Council
has worked for the betterment of school conditions and
gained a deeper knowledge of the responsibilities of each
person in a democratic state.
Broad experience helps us fo understand each
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S. Hrmuw, V. I'bifj1r1H, Cf. Wilkirlxml, K. Krmm, K. Miller, S. Cmfivlc
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other and fo widen our horizons ....... If aids us
From Hans Holbcin
.md his contemporaries
to Robert Ray's Decor
Shop is Ll long hop, but
Artisans made it. Nvhcn
not dressed up for Held
trips they could be found
slapping paint on mod-
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Imfl in Vigfvf. wufi'i1.' R. Cur-
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Sfumlingi A. Gillcspiv, .f1't'rc'furyg G. Gnxlafxon, P. LVYIHIS,
fYl'l1X1l7'f'i'j Miss Ross, sponsor: S. Grubr, l'lt'l'-pYf'Slll't'ilf.
Lvfl lo right! I.. Petfrson, S. Cadivlz, S. Karlzley, K. Mil-
ler, K. Koons, M. C. Swartz.
in developing wholesome personalities and
"Dance is life and life is dance." Life in Workshop was a whirl
of tired torsos, luscious leotards, unzippable zippers, and Parkmoor
parties. Dance meant trying tryouts, "Katie Kavortsf' the ballet at
Bloomington, a short stay with Jose, a leap to Louisville, and a jaunt
Iwfl In rigbfi B. Wuril, M. fury, K. Williavrls, M. Brrb
1'n'r, l'. Alkinx. E. Ayrrs, Pusl. , M' Q' HQ.
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alert minds. .
Many nicniorics of tliis yc.tr's Prclutlc Club glctiyitics will rcmain imprinted
forcycr on our licmrts: thc tryouts in Scptcmbur, thc tr.itlition.1l "Southern
C1liristmnw" witli its stirring story .mtl lilting carols, tlic Veterans lluspitxl
prugrani, .intl tlic mvmy enjoyable cvcning mcctings.
. . . . . We need these qualifies to grow.
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VU, M. Rily, li. l'm'k.'ff, D. DQMUHU. SIumlmq.' sl. fiillvvjriw, V. Vlxillirk,
S. lfurznmr, I. flmzlry, K. Koruni, R. Uilrrixrm.
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Alm'n!.' I.. I'i'h'rmu. 'l'. ffuillv.
October tryouts, ranging from a scene from Our Hvarix Wfwrf'
Young and Gay to a set for "The Three Bears," admitted fourteen new
members to the Masquers Club. Meetings included an interesting talk
by Mr. Walter Hogan, the continuity director for WIRE, and a demon-
stration by Miss Nell Frazier, our sponsor, of the ways to apply make-up
for the stage. Charades brought relaxation and enjoyment to another
gathering. The club had a full, satisfying year.
our entire lives. . . .
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l'm'fy uffzliuiilulv. Ruin, mill. gn uuuy ---- fl, :L Il'4IIlfK In Nay
Thus we, as leaders of the next generation,
"To market, to market
Page' Six! 3'
step over the threshold of o busy world
Conner Prairie Forms
Custom Cut, Wrapped, and Frozen
Ready tor Your Freezer
PHONE Hlqhland 5936
Practical Business Education
Pays Good Dividends
Central Business College
FRanklin 0100 GArtield 7809
8 East Market Street, No. 432
TYPING THEMES - MANUSCRIPTS
gt1,LRllS 1- wluffp
D E LAWA R E
2922 North Delaware Street
2035 North Meridian Street
WAbash 8251 HOURS: 9:00-5:00
The One tor Fifty-one
Packard Indianapolis Co., Inc.
2004 N. Meridian Street
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THE LIMEX CORPORATION
lnd1anapolis M!-Xrket 7319
TELEVISION - HOME AND AUTO RADIO
HIBBEN, HOLLWEG 8: CO. . .
. P k e Desi nin
Dry Goods and Notlons uc ug 9 9
II E E L I N G 8: C 0 .
SOL1ll'l lVlGI'lClldI'1 SIIQSI CHAMBER OF CQMMERCE BLDG
Indianapolis 9, Indiana lR'LEY l476l
New York Office- 40 Worth Street INDIANAPOLIS' IND'
POR - - -
1xVith Precious and Semi-Precious Stones
EARRINGS - BRACELETS - PINS
SEE - - - SERVICE
Indiana's Smartest Iewel Shop
I. C. SIPE S SON Indianapolis
CHARLES B. SIPE
If you have the rlirl - PVP haw the ring
107 Monument Circle
For Safe Transportation . . . Spam! Sports SWWM
Ride SMITH-HASSLER co.. INC
R E D C A B S 217-219 M assac husetts Avenue
Cali I-Hqhianoi 5351 Fhnkhn 3597
BRUCE SAVAGE CC.
Circle Tower Indianapoiis MArket 8571
I age Sim ly-four
Cinder Block and Material Co.
Concrete Floor Ioist
Steel and Aluminum Windows
MArket 1432 Indianapolis
BEARD'S FOOD MART
"Cleaners for people who care"
5607 N. Illinois Street Bliloadway 5438
SCHEEF ER CLEANERS
Qualifv A-IWGYS 351 East 54th at oaueqe
We are proud that Maps and Globes fo
sc oo an ome ' ' '
h l d h , made in Indianapolis
go to all paris of the United States
E. C. ATKINS 6 CO. and
THE GEORGE F. CRAM
730 E. Washington St. Rlley 5564
Page Sixty fi
SALES - SERVICE
WALTER HISER, INC.
"Your Northside Ford Dealery'
Illinois at 39th St. - HU. 1314
Distinctive Women's Wear
Indianapolis' Fabulous New Shop
3814 N. ILLINOIS STREET - HU. 5253
3758-60 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET
G. E. APPLIANCES
3817 North Illinois Street WAbash 5000
MACHINE 6. TOOL CO.
2122 Northwestern Avenue
Indiana Optical Co.. Inc.
224 North Meridian Street
Fine Eyewear - Excellent Styling
Oculists Prescriptions Filled
For Over Fifty Years
coPPocK Enos, INC.
PLaza 6541 1443 N. Meridian St.
I gc' Sixty-six
THE MAROTT HOTEL
Complete facilities tor large and small banquets, luncheons,
weddings and receptions
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL TA1bot 4571
' .X , I
FRED WILLIAMS. In.. INC. I
850 NORTH MERIDIAN STREET
,V YP- 0 .Q
SINCE 1873 is pn ornoe dgb ,411 F 017715 of
. , ' va
ff '0f.,,,,o" 'QI Insurance
A 4 GOV
EIN E CAN DIES
POR ALL OCCASIONS
Restaurant and Fountain
6 East Washington Street
Three Easy Payment Plan
Assets over 510,000,000
445 North Pennsylvania Street
GUY E. MORRISON, C.L.U., GENERAL AGENT
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
812 Guaranty Building - Llncoln 3534
AIR LINER RESTAURANT
30TH AND CENTRAL
61 West 34th Street - TA1bot 2380
A N N A S I M O N
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' APPAREL
2702 N. Meridian Street
INDIANAPOLIS 8, INDIANA
lane Iohnson Burroughs
TEACHER OF VOICE
Studio - 319 N. Pennsylvania St., R. 306
CROUCH'S SHELL SERVICE
Shell Lubricate for Safety's Sake
49TH AND PENNSYLVANIA BR. 0900
Where There,s Coca-Cola
. . . There 's Hospitality
ISU TUOBA SDRAWKCAB GNIHTONI
IO East Market Street
TNEREFFID GNIHTEMOS SYAWLA
W E D E L I V E R
BAKER'S DRUG STORE
30th Street at Talbot Avenue
4155 Boulevard Place HUmbo1d1 1387 Highland 0559 Indianapolis. Indiana
EAGLESFIELD in -7 ,rs
M 1 fi
ANUFACTURING 4 SN aokpfys
COMPANY tb , .J , ntggrrvsf
HOME PLATING co. f , at
GOLD - - SILVER - - BRASS BORDEN'S CAPITOL DAIRIES
Q17 Massachusetts Ave, CApitO1 9088 1213 N. Sherman Drive Blackstone 2405
INDIANAPOLIS 1, INDIANA
COLLETT 8. COMPANY, INC.
Fletcher Trust Building
Stocks and Bonds
Best Wishes fo the Class of 1951
B. F. DCNOVAN, President
ICE CREAM SHOPS
2301 North Meridian 25 East Maple Rd.
BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS
Complete Fountain Service
42nd and Boulevard Pl. HUmboldi 1471
P g S ffnlyf
LIGHT METALS, INC.
Distinctive Suburban Shoe Stores
HAPPY FOOT BOOTERY
6334 Guilford Ave. 3734 E. 38th St.
GI.. 0235 CH. 8160
1029 N. Arlinqton 3816 N. Illinois
IPI. 2321 HU. 6002
SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY
651 East 20th Street
INDIANAPOLIS 2, INDIANA
G U Y M O N T A N I
2644 N. Pennsylvania Street
Phones - TAlbot 2439 and TAlbot 4571
l AMAZE Your
I Play Organ Mwla
on Your Piano
Organ music-complete chords
-Organ and Piano together.
You can actually play a Piano-
Organ duet with yourself.
Piano alone-no interference
Tllll now Piano-Organ uhoclvmonl ll
a new source of pleasure and lnhr-
Iainmonl. Soo ll, today.
"ln Tune with Quality"
Overhead Door Building
16th and Meridian Streets
Best wishes to the
Class of '52 from the Class of '51
A. H. M. GRAVES, INC.
821 BROADRIPPLE AVENUE
BUILDER AND REAL ESTATE
Decorating - Antiques - Pictures
FL QWER MART E
225 W. 16th Street Rlley 1995 '
COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE ROBERT C. RAY 'l' ROBERT E. HASKINS
Bill Cronin Bi11O'Laugh1in Llncoln 6080 1441 N. Delaware, Rear
' AIR CONDITIONING
Electric Water Coolers - Refriqeration
Oil and Gas I-Ieatinq
MARY M. MEEK
FASHION DRY CLEANERS
Co" 1901 Central Avenue
3748 North Sherman Drive W-Abash 1501
Cl-Ierry 2962 INDIANAPOLIS, IND. INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA
O. A. BIRR MOTORS. Inc.
"Your Downtown Dodqe Dealer"
833 N. MERIDIAN ST. Rlley 6486
DODGE - PLYMOUTH
DODGE "Iob Rated" TRUCKS
O. A. BIRR - IAMES O. BIRR
RAYMOND COOPER. INC.
tNext door west Circle Theater?
"AROUND - THE - CLOCK"
"MORNING TILL EVENING"
39 MONUMENT CIRCLE
Basso - Available for Recitals
Teacher of Sinqinq
STUDIO - 319 N. PENNSYLVANIA STREET
LInco1n 9457 - IRvinqton 8143
for the best in cleaning
C U R L E Y ' S
2967 N. Illinois - TA1bot 3313
C. E. WILKINSON INSURANCE
527 MERCHANTS BANK BUILDING
Phones: MArket 2412-2413
C. 6. G. FOUNDRY 6 PATTERN
CAST IRON -BRASS -BRONZE
MONARCH BUICK CO.
15 Years Incliana's Largest Buick Dealer
AND ALUMINUM 1040 N. MERIDIAN ST. Rlley 3341
2440 Yarides Street WAbash 4564
IF YOU LIKE
Shrimp in any of ihe many ways in which
this appealing seafood is so delicious
SHELL PINK SHRIMP
fo fhe exclusively
1 From the clear blue wafers oi? Ke Wes!
Class of -with o fiovor that would inspirez poet
and o tenderness as gentle as a caress.
. Kay Wad
Open week days from
RAY PACKING CO.
I 'l A.M. - 2 P.M. - 5 P.M. - I0 P.M.
2138 MADISON AVENUE
Community - Buick, Inc
NORTHSIDE BUICK DEALER
57 Wes? 38th Sfreef
SPECIAL DESIGNS AT NO EXTRA COST
SEE OUR FACTORY
FOURTH FLOOR MERCHANTS BANK BLDG.
J. C. SIPE - JEWELERS
418 Merchanis Bank Building - ll S. Meridian SO.
WASHINGTON FLOWER SHOP
30TH AND WASHINGTON BOULEVARD
A I E
S L E S S E R V C AND APPLIANCE STORE
4149 Boulevard Place Humboldt 8203
15 EAST OHIO STREET
INDIANAPOLIS 4, INDIANA
BEST BY TASTE TEST
0 . PM .?f'F"'X 5
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, F I N E s T F o o D s .'....'."""'l.""
'BE57 C W U.
nn 'APE-lxai America s Choice
PII S l' Il S '
382: airing'.eiSi.a:o.fT:Zff1 Over 20 Years
INDIANAPOLIS 8, INDIAN
rr. TAII: 99I7
NEW 1951 CHEVROLET
YOU ARE NEEDED EOE Coburn Chevrolet Co.,
55O South Meridian Street Lincoln 6388
APPROVED PRECISION PRODUCTS
for the automotive, electronic, electrical
and industrial fields
P. R. MALLORY 8. CO., INC.
Indianapolis 6, Indiana
CHARLES B. DYER CO., INC
234 Massachusetts Avenue Llncolri 5734
Ujfifirzf .,f'ZL'!'f67' for Tudor H1111
Class Rings . . . Club Pins . . . Honor Awards . . . Plaques and Athletic Awards
Fine Custom-Made Iewelry
K. W. CARR MOTOR CO.
FRankiin 2494 845 VIRGINIA AVENUE
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DEALER
Most Modern Equipped Service Department
Dependable Used Cars
Qui place clean, comfortable, hospitable, and modem
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THE CHRONICLE BOARD
NANCY CARPENTER .....,................. Editor-in-Chief
SUSAN CADICK .,..,,.,. .... B usiness Manager
MAY ADELAIDE HINREN , . . ..4.,.... Treasurer
LYNN PETERSON .....,.,. ..... A rt Editor
Miss MARGIE MCCUISTION . . . ,.,... Sponsor
Miss GRACE HORS14'ALL .Y..,...,, ,,.. A ri Adviser
Miss DOROTHY E. MCCULLOUGH .... , . . .Adviser
THE CHRONICLE BUSINESS STAFF
SUSAN CADICK JEANNE HARGITT
MARTHA STACY LYNN PETERSON
BARBARA F OLTZ
We wish to thank the following for help in bringing out the
P. H. Ho Studio Mary Carolyn Swartz, 52
Liang Shen-Courtney Studio Claire Wilkinson, '52
Mr. T. Abel, Bass Photo Company Judy Howell, '53
Mr. Frank M. Fitch Judy Ballard, '54
Mr. Leon Linn Lisa Miller, '54
Miss Dorothy E. McCullough Dorothy Dunlap, '55
Mlle. Jacqueline Moscherosch The Indianapolis N ews
Ethel Madden, '52 The Indianapolis Star
The senior portraits in this book are a living record of the
artistry of Paul H. Ho, whose death was felt as a great loss by all
who knew his work.
The staff of the Indianapolis Engraving Company
Clarence E. Crippin and Son, Inc., Printers
The feet on page 10 belong to:
Miss june Vorce
Mme. Marie Henry
Miss Dorothy E. McCullough
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