University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)

 - Class of 1956

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' A,' n -'YZ' JV' jul., x, iz' K J 'y ,ff ' gf ILQ, - ,I J ' V , 5 .f ' I K 1. I '. ', fr 1 . , I A A vi ' ' 1 . fl' f' a I 4 A , 1,4 A: ln, 'l ' 6 - I . ,. ! I ll, V' ' ,Cal ' . ik .h L o ' 1 I' . f I tis, Q. l . 1 , ' ' ' I . n ,' is ,. 1 ' . I V , g 1 , ' 6? Q , ' gf Q 1 Q' 'Q' , ' 5 ' N U js J 1 I-" X , i !t A D I University School is 21 kalideoscope of contrasts. all grouped into one beautiful limestone building. Behind the curved drive- way is adventure - in studies. athletics. activities. friendships. Although l'-School is often compared to a goldfish bowl. few of its many visitors really see our school community as it really is. To understand the complex workings of our bustling schol- arly world, one needs to pause a moment and take a look . . . at the students who are the source of life for U-School. at the teachers who inspire and educate the future gener- ation, at the modern equipment which keeps boys and girls astride of the times. and fin- ally, at the school as an intriguing: intricate individual. preparing the youth of today to be the protectors of democracy tomorrow. This pictoral review of the school year 1955- 56 is designed to help you look at University School as the students lived it. 'T' 3 V- I - 1 1 R, yt x ll, 'lt .Q 5 J .Ionic at Rear View! Janet Crabtree, Bob Foster, Dave Bowen, and Bob Fleetwood accomplish two purposes-showing off their gaily decorated senior cords and finding out about the day's activities on the bulletin board in the hall. 'LL-,SchonlZ, Jada, J Put your best foot for- ward. This year's best dressed girls were wearing knee socks or fancy shoes with their skirts or ber- mudas. Pop-it beads were another fashion first. 4 Q4 ii The 'tbilliard ball burr" and the "dandy The "Brooklyn Boogie" as shown on Kirk duck tail" were seen on many U-Schoolers Mee was a popular style with the boys. Pam like John Maras and Judy Anderson. Moody's "pony taili' was "it" for many gals. Does it fit? Terry Shor tries a new Univee sweatshirt on Ruth Crowe. Two different styles were sold by the GAA: the regular or the collar and the zipper neck style. V Q ffm 1 X. x as 15m,+-5 -X I M. : ,grail ,Il L' 5 ,f . V f . V7 14113 1 x W mx. ,f 5 5yV,f.L,v.gl Q 5 1 1 v a,fA ,V A , s yy' 09, J, ' V, ' I I' 's Q 'wif' 4' ' fnx 5. U L 1' J, ., an ,ik ,rf W 51 1 W' Q The Triple Trio Plus One trills during the homecoming banquet. This newly organized group includes Ann Reg- ester, Libra .lan Cleve- land. Martha Hoadley. .lulie Bergevin. Ann Smith. Mary Sikes. Cla- ra Lee Shadley. Jane Cook, Susie Dugger, and Margie Niles. 3 ja Wi' Rev. Merrill McFall an- swers another searching ques- tion from the sophomore class during the Religious Emphasis Week. Faith-So What! was the theme of the week in which two convoca- tions were given. Ministers and businessmen spoke on the meaning of faith. LZ, Susie Baker, Louis Bridg- waters and Janet Rogers lead a discussion during one of the morning meditations sponsored during Religious Emphasis Week. These early morning sessions aided U- Schoolers in "finding" them- selves. Going places! Ray Johnson journeyed to New York City to visit and study the United Nations. Bloomington service clubs sponsored Ray's trip, and the senior class selected Ray as the U. H. S. representative. af, 'LL-Sclmnll .Ja-Mtv' X! P, t ul"" U-School students voted to add the nickname of "Ful- cons" to l'nivees. Dick Mc- Fall and George Dunn draw il poster showing the new Falcon, a symbol to encourage the teams on to victory. 'G nl Watch it Jean! Jun- ior class president, Dave Foster, gets playful with Jean Carlson. junior work- day chairman. in the midst of painting a to earn more monex tor the Junior Lliw line Stingle is watching on the bot tom rung of the lid der The juniors work ed ill seir 'xt odd Jobs which took the place ofa junior carnival The newly formed Metro- politan Youth t'ouncil works for the good of Bloomington and the schools. Members from I'-School included Cseat- edl Milo Sampson, Don Col- ler, vice-presidentg YVoody Woods, president: Steve Wei- ser, Janice XYitmer. Stand- ing are .lan van Wagtendonk Bill Batchelder. John Stemp- el, Dick Mclfall. and Robbie Leonard. mm gown., img.. ' H , ,..,.,....Q .,,..,..-JI' They worked for the state! Three VHS students attended the Traffic Safety Convention in Indianapolis to study problems of teen-age driving in Indiana. George Dunn. Gene Reese. president of the conference. and Patty Brogneaux are preparing for the con- vention. 'S ! 1 ,5 I These seniors brought national scholarship hon- ors to U-School this year. Paul McEvoy, Joanna Gottfried and Janna Zoe Peake won national recog- nition for science and schol- arship. Paul and Janna placed in the top 300 in the Westinghouse Talent Search, while Joanna, Janna, and Richard Sauvain Knot A picturedl are in the final group to be selected for the National Merit Scholarship. J, Bbzdl- Uiew 60' What's Cooking? Mary Fattu is the win- ner of the Betty Crocker Home-making Award for 1956. Her test score was highest from UHS and has been entered in state competition. , . ,- 597221 Martha Hoadley, senior, is the 1956 Out- standing Student Council member it was announced at Honor Day. Her biggest Coun- cil activity this year was co-chairman of the Religious Emphasis Week. Martha was in charge of invitations and entertainment for the Alumni Banquet. She is also chair- man of the ink sales. Martha was secretary of the council in her junior year. Pep personified - .Ieanne Peterson, Ann Baker, Susie Baker, and Susie Dugger faced the crowds, defeat, and victory during the 1955-56 athletic season at UHS. These sports- manship leaders wore red slacks during foot- ball season and pleated white skirts for bas- ketball. Q., Cf! -jluz, afldlllld Here are the girls that cheer the Univees on in every sport-the U. H. S. Booster Club. Front row: Judy Cook, Julie Kent, Gale Bardwell, Kay Campbell, Jean Carlson, Pauline Smith, Honey Hope, Ramona Noel, Janet McDaniel, Sandra Thompson, Jane Stangle, and Pat Junker. Last row: Shirley Webb, Nancy Wentworth, Nancy Kelley, Becky Stoner, Jill Hilliker, Ann Goby, Karen Sims, Janet Alexander, Kay Dekle, Clara Lee Shadley, Susie Gaston, and Barbara Cresson. -..il--1-' 1 mu 5.2 V 5-' Q , , , . QS K X ., M ,'g..w 7- y fag ' ia ,,..-1' A-1?-5,E'E-'.i""4' KKK. 11.2 fn 2 If ,IWW 1 Y'- gy 5 A1 1 -1. un, ZLJL5, There's absolutely no business like show business. Alice Strain studies her lesson between acts in THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP, one of the plays present- ed by the Jordan Jesters this year. 'id' One soc hop too many for this gal has left her toe covers hole- ly. After outgrowing the cafe- teria all senior after-game danc- es were soc hops in the gym. Over the top! This year with the help of the underclassmen, the senior magazine sales went over the S2000 mark. The cam- paign was spearheaded hy Mar- gie Niles, Sue Hays. Howard Smith. Martha Hoadley and Mary Meade Walker, top sales- men. WML Counseling hy the deans is a familiar scene at I'-School. They aid students in vocational guid- ance. home and school problems. Here Miss Dotty Lackey an- swers a question for Marcia Meyer and Ann Smith. iw 1 fl A V 'Q' Quiz", ,R 1 'W 1 nl ,'P' H 2, ,M .. Qlfvgx. ,f""!' 1 wb !' +L! nl " .N Jf If The Lmverslty School administrators relax as Dr Otto Hughes principal draws his latest droodle for Robert Pabst dean of boys Miss Martha Jane Rlsser social dean Miss Dotty Lackey dean of girls and Evan Kelley assist ant principal H, ofvvln at rnculw and classes The core of U Qchool lies in its classes, from which the clubs and other school activities stem Educatlon here goes a long was bevond the three Rs Essentlallw a vidual attention and a healthw informal atmosphere X l Pacultw members are found most often in classrooms but they occasionallv wander astraw from these haunts A U Schooler IS partlcularlw aware that members of this awesome group are real friends to the students I-rom the patient elementary teacher to the long enduring class sponsor thew have all helped us towards our edu catlonal goals A-J 19 , . . . . . . I I I 1 .3 . 9 . L '- I K' , N small school, University High boasts classes with indi- C ,, v .', . A. 'Ill '. . , L. . . 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' l . . lj ' Bob Talbot SQHIOI times lt llllflfll., a Dhyslcs cla s llb0ldtOlV sesslon Othex clxss membels cettlng, tllZlV xx xtchmc fxom thc back row are F W xync C 1088 lIlStlLlLtO1 Tnu Rlun Rub Spin nuth Dlclx Ream Anne Blodle cz1bg8ClJL1 Dlck Bellett Bob Buchxlg ind Jack Hllllkez .nc seated Flgures and lNo new of L qchool uould be complete XN1ll'l0l1t the sclence an gle Although Double tlouble toll 1nd bubble max sound llke an Fnghsh llt9ldlll16 ell s lf 1ete1s to those houls of bleulng con coctlng and cxlculdtlng chem lstlx As one of fi ulde Xcll19lN of sc1ence cou1ses offe1ed at L Qfchool chem1st1x plesents oppox tumtx fm the dlTlb1t1OL1s student to do anythmg flom scldpmg that mess that IU t dld not tuxn out from the ce1l1ng to makxng a small bomb T01 those especxdllx Cl9X81 'lt munpulutlng the theolv of relx lL1N1lX O1 fo1 those 1ust good it gettmg bulned fxngers and elec trlc shocks phxelcs lb made to o1der Who can folget that flesh man b1ologx encounter xuth the mangled remams of frogs and those comphcated mfxchlnes mlcroscopesl In U School s xx ell equlpped sc1ence I 1borator1es therc 15 nex er a dull C01 qulet or su eet smellmgl moment speclal clence fle tmp reaches the plannmc stage as I' Vtasne fl0S Jack 'Xlunsec md Charles Haxxthmne sketch an out me 00 I C . -' . '-K . 5 A 4 . . ' .A as 1 ' ' - .lx . Y , ' . I as K Y , - I . t . A .Lv ' 14 s ESK1' .X 1 ' us L, . , , , - . . , . .2 . . 4 . - K . , . L. . A, A. .- v D Q L af ' g ,, 66 ' Q ' , Y, X l . . , . , 4 1 1 In v V 1 4 A t l 2 ' ' ' . 'U 2- . Y. v 1 4 1 A v 1 Q9 ' . K - 1 A x, nv! L., 1 V 4 1 1 1 . , - V. . ff' 51 ' V John Sten1pel,. senior, counts the swinging of the cork while Cats, that dubious pond vvater, and :,. 2 -g " 1 .z' 2- '. L. -. fi, , - v . I Y A ! ' . I v Y 5 I ls A V l ' ! I V ha . 0 V1 x--,Z f-Y--,Aft ' . Q . P L. . . , S , - A .5 " f ' ld " ' 'v 3- i-S. , . A t. 1 2 I. I K ,I A M N -7.7, I V Formulas Dance Although some studentx nexer mas ter the principles of 2f9 1 L Schooler max go placee xxrth math rf he wants First year algebra rs followed bv more drffrcult xx ork rn college algebra Plane geometry rntrrguee mam Qtudente at the underclaeeman stage Trigonometry and solid geometry are offered for ad xanced puprli who really xx ant to delxe rnto equations and angles An over all courbe rn math re offered for eenrore runrors Presenting hrs nev. angle on geometry rs Larry Srnn Junior The rest of A Pryce Noe s clabs ponders the problem Thev are Brll Merser Phrl Karsell Jerry Etnrer Errc Vlartz and Bill Batchelder sophomores For the college bound puprl math courxes at LHS are qurte euffrcrent From the non collegiate lent preparation for mam lucratrxe fields is 3 4 align -X Pryce Noe Frank Smith Charle Hmthorne 'md Ylrllram Fuller are obsroubls delighted that Robert Trower has olxed that age old problem -X B C 71 A ' -' .' '1.,z '- ' ' bv r. v. , I N -1. v ' ' 1 v I ' ' q . . V . ' 1 ., 'K I , U 5 w f .v ' . I . I 1 . J .Y ' v I L v . 5 ' .. ' - - ', 3 who fail to pass a proficiency test as side, the U-School math department offers excel- ' Z r. e rf ii' . . A1 uf' jr . 7 ' f 4 A . , N I .X XI I -a . Jig-gi ' Q1 . I ' . S f cg. C . -1+ :Z Ll. ' A . 4 1 1 Z 'Alf , fj16f'Z 'QM -f Communications Provide Core Lf f 'Q Miss Josephine Spear Chairman of the English department de tects a spelling, error' Looking on are members of the English department 'Vlrss Martha Jme Rrsser Miss Jean Ann Jessup lifllsi Josephine Spear Mrs Helen Vtells and David Marsh Robert Pabst and A Donald Walstrum This faculty aids U Schoolers rn grammar usage speech Journalism and social studies In L'-School literature courses, almost everything from Shakespeare to Ogden Nash is sampled. For those who prefer to put it down than to take it up, plenty of opportunity for self-expres- sion is offered to future pen- wielders in book reports, po- etry, essays, and Ceffort su- premel senior research pa- pers. Of course the jobs of reading and writing are in terspersed with sound lessons rn spelling gr rmmar ind punctuation L School rs well equipped with records, record plax ers machrnes for reading rm prox ement, and other devices for generallx improving and deweloprng our ability to read, write, and speak ll Elnora Pleener and Paul NIcExox seniors are recording, a speech for senior I-ng,l1sh cla s Pat lloadlex and Eric Neuman Juniors listen to the plax Sorrv Wrong Number on the English dcputnrent recorder w hlch is often used to make poems and plaxs come alrxe for pupils Junior -Xnn tobx ls practicing her reading, bx u ing, the speed reading, machine while Kaw Campbell time Iuth kenter rn her specd reading, abrlitx Better reading habits are an arm of the L H S English department D7 c . V . . I . '1 V- Y 1 1 . 1 , 4 l 1 K . , 1 , 1 - N Q . ,,.-f,-- -4-in S v . . , , . - I u Y ..- i V' I Y u . v i, 'Y . ' . . ' .' . . '. . , , , -f ' r I - r . ' . - , . 1 . . ,. . . , . - . 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D ' for Education Libifiix cience xtuclentx it L School lefiin while thes help the school llbldlldll Nliv X111 gfiiet flritfin Speech couise it lnixeixitx School cue clesignecl to put .mx 111 me 111 1 punic Npecnking situ ition VS hile leun in to enuncidte clefulx inc intone coiiectlx LHS spcech xucent f. ll poise ml ee confidence The life of fi L School iour nilism student centeix around the LNIVFE QLAD the bi xieeklx newspaper This publi cation offere opportunities foi scribes to learn the fedturex of Whether you aie .1 ie eaich maniac oi a fiction fancier theres 4 good UQVW Storm h0YW to W Ylte something up youi allew in L Schoolx 1,000 xolume libraiy M155 'Margaret Griffin liblaiidn bhoxxs Kay Caseidw bophomoie some ll hat and ll hen' and that the thing that m1g,ht be of help on .1 theme life of 4 nexxemonger ie nexer cu IO T1 lining, then no ex foi neu ale futuie jUL1lI1'1l1St Nincx XX entuoith wophonioie XIOIII Binklex enioi and Stexe XX eibei Junioi Anxone giadew 10 thioug can help publi h the bi ixeelxlx nexxbpipei the QL XD cliss niembeis Bills Yan Keuien Linda glhXXLlt7GI ind Bud McF.1ll fic-xhnien wc 1 pei uaxnc spceche nt of than woc xl tldlrl linhmm. 93 ' 14 1 v Sl' 1 -1 A. g Y ' I W 1 1 v . v -. 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But under this superficial glaze, real craftsman- ship exists-as shown by the many art awards won by the L'-School creators. Wood working is a favorite of 'CHS crafts- men. From intricate carying to large book- cases, If-Schoolers file and chisle their way to Ubangi Joe, the figment of a U-Schooler"s imagination gets the once-over' from art instructors Alfred Del'oito, Charles Beal and Earl Floyd. Nfoye oxer boxsl Qhop rs no longer a masculine santtuiry 1 Susie frrston sophomore demon t a e in thi rllrcd art tlxss Pine and lndustrla ut tum ents work ide by sl e in the new L H S allied arts prog,,r rm artistic beauty in wood. The Creative Itch oothed A dab of paint and a flick of the wrist Pauline Smith and George Dunn Juniors treate a mural xy hrle Wlartha Fleener senior puts the final touches on her oil painting Art students are gradually covering the bleak walls with gav murals of school 1 e ,ss-Q Nxmli-Av Cuttmg up Imet Rldge and Sue lean wtalt on the fllSt stepw tow ud the uedtlon of 1 nexx xpnm, xx nxmirobe IH home economlcs C1 we Preparatlon For a Coveted Expemence IS the best teathe1, and tomo1 roxx 1 homemakers get the1rs 1n large qu.1nt1 t1es 1n L School s home economuw 1abo1,1to1x Anx one xxho has been IH the xeconcl floor h 111 xx hen those k1tthen fI'l9l1dS tlll n out the 110041161 xx111 xounh th It the pxoduttx Nmell NC1L1Il1Dt0l1s A111 behexe It Ol not buxnecl ofteungx .md lnoken dnhex .ue rue Next 11001 ln the sexxlng' 100111, 11111118 DIUIN xxo1k Nule 11x S1119 xxlth those xxho xx11l Npend then tlme xexxmg 011 1111tto11s .md n1e11c1111g Nocks Not XX1t1'1OL1t pruked f1Hg'9lN .md .1 xe.1n1 l11Nlt1Q out these 1Y'lC1UNtl101lN !1G9C1191JllN1191N tuxn out dlewex, Nkut .mc blouxew xx IL thex .ue p1ouc1 to xxe.11 11 he11 1 1111511111 doe octux It It fllet xou dont succeed e xxxx m S 11 ls thlfbllgh 11 stom 1th It l1111Y'lL to comoct 1 te111pt1m,, 1ll8XN ue 'U1t11c1.1 Junku Nmcv 'Nlcflux and Susle Doty Nophommts HTCCI' "" Dncu mg 131111, f1 11l0I1N 111 the home e1ono11111 ue 111 111t111e Qpencm 1nd 111 F1llll9t1'1 Shotkltx home tco11o1111c 111xt111tto1 'Ihex 111 txuct the f8I111I g,en11L1 ofl H S 11 flo x e 11 1 YI 1 10L1I1g., 1 K 1 I 3 if . g j 1 ' ' P , Z , A U x ...haul 1, '. fl , af, , ' X 'g I 1 a1s:un- . 1 1 'W L U' ' ' .".z ' j' . 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Music Runs Scale-From Classical o--l'--W The teachers responsible for guiding undeft fingers to the proper notes and easing: correct tones from pupils' vocal ranges are Robert Hull, XVilliam Vllfulller. Mrs. Jane lIazel1'igg', Mrs. Winnfred Mt-Ginnis, and Mrs. Dorathy a t. 26 to l ive Varied are the opportu- nities for note-lovers at U- School. For those who en- joy song sojourns, the lo- cal vocal society tbetter known as the chorusj un- der the. direction of Wil- liam Fuller provides a real learning situation. A young band under the direction of Robert Hull was responsible for fancy half-time shows during football and basketball seasons. Concerts rounded out the 1956 band session. Although not in the pub- lic eye so often, an equally talented group of musi- cians may be found at the L'llS orchestra. Awards won at the state level fur- ther show the quality of this group. Business Pupils Develop Speed, Techniques A glance into the UHS business world shows such courses as bookkeeping, short- hand, typing and general business preparing students for paying jobs. Accurate record keeping, swift shorthand, and a knowledge of business will one day aid these U-School- ers as they earn a living. some of the students will business, their training in will always aid them. Note more efficient with short- Even though not continue in this department taking is made hand, typing makes pupils' ideas readable, and bookkeeping aids in balancing the budg- et-problems confronting us in a college classroom or family situation General business students learn the best way to trayel all oyer the world how to sign checks, 'ind other data pertuning to eyeryday affairs ,gf Building, futuie business men and women is the full time Job accomplished bv Vleuill Kissitk business instiuc toi and 'Vliss Charlotte Hendeison business depaltment supeivisoi ,....l-ug in Typing ls one phase of the xaiied busine s cuz -X neu genei il bu me bulletin bofud et the iicula at L School Speed and accuiacx aie dexeloped once oxei fiom hlxin Hankins sophomoie in with the 'aid of niodein mfichmes and speciil Bienda Ciouch 'ind 'llartha -Xxsom f1e hmen Thi 1Hbt1LlCtlOI'l coui e is '1 bisic introduction to bu me plinclple and technique 24 ' 'ii ' . X ' v v 1 I 6' ' . i. , . . .V , , , , J . 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Got a Floor Burn a Tooth Judy Barrow sophomoie huilies to the lockei room aftex an hour of fresh air and exeicise All to develop then muscular co ordination while learning the iules of familiar sports 28 Oops got skmned' Dick Xl atson Challes Lelnen xxebei and Donny Nlills sophomoies ale tiying class This coulse is designed to ansxxel L Qchool eis uhw questions about oui bodies Ui , 1, . . v '. .' l , . -y L, ,' . . ' . '. y . ' I - freshmen and sophomores stake physical. education to put Oscar back together in sophomore health ' . ' - , ' ' .". '. ' i. fi ' , ' ' vu ' - ' . ' I -,F 41 v YH 1 ' a I w lt tal-te 1 mechanical mind t undelstand the intricate workings of the driver eduta tion cal Walter Glaw lnstluc tor explains how the battelx xxolks to -Xnn Fo tel and Glen na XR hite yumoi befole thex take the xxheel The dental reseaich pioglam at Indiana lnlieisltx proxldes mam I Sthool pupils toothpaste Ind frequent cheek ups ale of fered to the dental guinea pigs as thex iid doctors ln their search fox p1exent1on of tooth decax Whether xou are upset ox 91 the set up or ictuallx 1ll the nurse and part time doctor in the he ilth office alw ays proxide a triend 15 smile and proper treatment Eye chetk suggestions on dlets all are lncluded IH the LHS health program Protecting the health of all on the high wats 1s the driver GClLlL2lt1OH program it LHS Puplls leun the laws as well as attu il dining skills in this modern class '. 'xy Bor 'ind line: e beat: Shirley Webb : heart while L'-School? full-time nurse. -lii: Marcella Knudgon records the data. Health service 'it CHS includes everything, from sug.-ir pills to vaccinations. 'ly . . Thank: to the Indiana Lniversity Dental Clinic. L'-Schooler: will still have their own teeth in twenty ye'1r.i. Nancy Baily. seventh grade. is having, her teeth cleaned and checked 'is a part of the Dental Clinic program. 229 4 'ls Z . 1 '.. . 0 I . I ' -'.. , Ache or a Bent Up Fender . ? an opportunity for free dental care. Special ups. accurate weight and height tallies, IL- 2 . . J . . '- A. ' kv ' SL- r 1 ' ' vvn ' lvk nk - v . 1 ' 2 2 1 4 Lv . , K f 4 Q . . -Q. v' .1 ' lu l .xv 1 1 Anti. Y . -t L it . A , ,Q Af .1 D1 R. l. t' s th . s of . ' S. "-Xh"' . s ' ' ' s' K . 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The aim of all social studies courses at HHS is a basic, practical understand- ing of our country-its his- tory, laws and traditions. Little extras that aid in the study of these subjects are timely movies, study sheets, discussions of current affairs, student forums, and guest speakers. I ,,. ,, , .1 J ' .Q 'fllki i sf Robert Osborn, Kenneth B. Thurston, and Gene Faris, social studies instructors, agree that it's a controversial world. as they discuss a current events issue. Social studies classes at lf. II. S. run the gauntlet of current affairs in addition to regular textbook topics. The Past, Present and Future Meet. Jeanne Peterson. Pam Moody and Robert Osborn hear another side to a discussion about the Civil XVa1'. All juniors take the U. S. History course to prepare them for better Citizenship. Meet the governor! Ken Sparks, Terry Shor. and Marta Petoe, seniors, talk over their visit to the governor's conference this fall. Seniors learned some fine points of Indiana government as junior legislators at the conference. Y I ft ff V' 1- y different johs fall o the capable hands of the I'-School general of- fice secretaries. The record clerk keeps an eye on the enrollment, demands an excuse for those unexcused absences. and has charge of the files. The liookkeeper holds a tight rein on expenditures and sees that the budget ,S balances. The duties of the two secretaries run setting up morning f - nnouneements to keeping ' all FHS correspondence 1' X'-1 up-to-date. A typical scene in the l'n1vcrs1ty School niain office shows Mrs. Sandra irnniann. records clerkg Mrs. lileanor llanneniann. secretarvg Mrs. Har- hxra Morrison, lvudeet clerk: and Mrs. Anne Stone, secretary.. perforniine 011' varied tasks that keep l'-School on an even keel. ' 71 n u U- Chool Wheels Turn W 1th ld of Cooks NHIIVY 3li'fll2ll'X: Sue .lean...laneL t'ralntree. Sue l.ana1n, Sandra Patterson. Betty Jean Marshall and Richard l rouch are the chief runners in the inain office. 33 The work program at LI'11Y9I'S1tW School lnxolxes students as well as pald help Puplls who gne up the1r luxurlous hbrarx perlods help teachers and staff 1n the elementary and general offlces These helpers collect absence sllps answer telephones and dehx er fateful passes In the health offlce a 1un1or nurse IS alwaxs at your seruce to glN6 mlnor f1rst a1d Junlor nurses also keep health offlce retords Food an 1mportant commodlty any place IS doublx xaluable to growmg boxs and glrls For thls reason meals 1n the U School cafeterla are carefully planned to tempt all appetltes and f1ll those yaw nlng cax lt16S The cooks also prepare speclal dlnners for school sponsored banquets Varletw quallty and quant1t5 make the UHS cafeterla a good place to eat Secretarles, Ianltors The neat attractne appearance of our school IS due to the work of the custodlans Scrubblng wlndow panes, mopplng floors sweepmg the halls all make up the work of the UHlX6fS1tY School Janltorlal staff W hen l1ghts burn out XXIII dow shades refuse to moxe these Xkllllhg workers glxe thelr adxxce and ald Ex erv school needs 1 flx It man md L School has fue on the yob all flax to 'nd w1th INK mm up that needs fxxlng up Another meal nears consumptlon a the mam dlsh IS 16m0X6d from the oxen bx 'Hrs Kathrxn Xl avwlck Nils Emma VS halex 'Vlrs Xerna Huffman and wha Nettle Rlchardson -'bf' Taklng tale of Janltollal Jobs around Dmverslty School thls year were Mrs Llly Boruff Mxs Bernlce 'VIcM1ll1an Charles Rlchardson Joe Chamber and Dolls Rowe 33 . . . . , . , . , ' e . . . c . . . 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I , , , X , - M- .-,l , ,.,-X3 xi Flrst row Mlss Jean Ann Jessup Miss Josephlne Spear Robert Pxbst C ene Fans MISS Dotty Iackey Mrs Ellzabeth Shockley MISS Martha Jane Rlsser Student Louncxl sponsor Otto Hughes Second IOVN SUSIE Baker Nancy Balley Chrls McFvoy SUSIE Welser Patty Brognexuwc Jlm Topolgus Ann Schell Tommy Teter Iem Papet Mike Johnson Nancy Young, John Bowwen Ann Bakel Thnd loww Gene Reese Baxbala Cralg Kave Benslnger Susle Moss Gordon Coffm Cameron Wilson Tom Black Don Sauw un Jane Xeztch thallott Ell n Q S0 Karen Mlller Tom Hudson Sara Ballmer Sally Femal Jack Hlllxkex Fourth IOXX Anne Bl0dl9 Cvnthla Hoadlew PamMood D kMFll D kB y IC c a IC erlett M110 Sampson Dxclx Ream P T Buntln Balbua Clesson Maltha Hoadley Halrlet Hedges DdV1d Coller Flfth roww Rusty Cleland Bob Wylle Jalan, at .fault at nmumes At U School the student gowernlng bodles, the Student and Pollcv Counclls, prow lde the lmk betww een the students and facultw Thls wear the Student Councll, under the sponsorshlp of Miss Martha Jane RISSCF, wwas quite successful ln sponsor mg an all school semi formal dance and co sponsoring wwlth YO the H1Tr1Y a Rehgxous Fmphisls Week One of the mam projects of the councll thls wear ww is Dlllltlllfl the f Recreatlon Room and the 'mnull thrlstmxs partw lunch wear the Student Councll sponsors a foster chlld The past feww wears thew helped a needw German glrl Gerhnde Neu HW Y t dert ZZ Closelw related to the Student Councll IS the Pohcw Councll School admmlstrators facultw and student leaders Slt together to lron out dlfflCUltl9S 3I'lSlI'lg durmg the i Q 1 ff school wear Ioolung ewer towwards helpmg the students C' N-X., these twwo organlzatlons Jom to form the stout bulwwarll of good pupxl mstructor relatlonshlps so prew alent at I HS 35 ' . . 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Dramatics Demand One of the Leadi g iii fx, Xi it l l i, yy ni i ,mg uf V Dramatists who have attained certain goals in Jordan Jesters are eligible to become members of the National Dramatic Honorary, Thespians. These two dramatic organizations produce a total of three plays fone Thespian, two Jordan Jesterj through- out the year. Jordan Jester officers this year are Jack Hilliker, president, Dick McFall, vice-president, Sue Hays, secretary, Marilyn Mills, treasurer, and Gordon Cof- fin, business manager. Proceeds from these produc- tions are going towards the purchase of a new dimmer board for the L'-School auditorium. Thespian Officers Bill Smith, president, Becky Stoner, vice-president, and Jack Hilliker, secretary-treasurer, look over the script for the spring play, Mrs. .llcTl1ir1g, a fantasy by Mary Chase. A typical back-stage scene-making: up the actors. Here Bob Bridggwaters makes up Mike Myers for the Ilrrat Iiig Iloorsffp, a comedy by E. P. O'Donnell which was produced last November. ,..... fl. .- X 1 -...--tvf-J, ' Shown ahove is one of the more serious scenes of the Great Iiig Doorstep as Lou Turner bawls out her husband Dick Mc- Fall, who is comforting' their twin daugh- ters, Ruth and Roberta Crowe. Roles In University School Activities JORDAN JESTERS-First row: Gordon Coffin, Marilyn Mills, Sue Hays, A. Donald NValstrum, sponsor, Dick McFall, Jack Hilliker. Second row: Barbara Vraifr, Amy Salsbury, Joanna Gottfried, Melissa Baldwin, Linda Zoerner, Libra Jan Fleveland, Janet Ridge, Susie Dagger. Mary Meade Walker, Persis Crowell. Marcia Meyer. Third row: Ruth Laves, Patty Brogneaux, Jane Cook, Alice Strain. Joan Yelten. June Seagrers, Sylvia Doty. Helen Hope, Ann Baker. Susie Baker, Karen Sims, Donell liyerle. Fourth row: Barbara Deckard, Becky Stoner, Bill Smith, Richard Berrett, Terry Shor, Dave Bowen, Phil Karsell, George llunn. Ann tiohy, Pauline Smith, Pam Moody, Ann Smith, Mike Myers, Holi Nellis. , . 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Second row: Marilyn Sarber, Wilma Baxter, Jon- quil Bartle, Gale Bardwell, Pat Junker, Marjorie McCord, Glenna VVhite. Third row: Frances Ranard Fleener, Gloria Taylor, Judy Barrow, Judy Penrose, Janet Coleman, Carol Weddle, Thelma Callahan. U-Sehoolers Look Into the Future Training at If-School doesn't end in the classroom. It spreads out into the various activities such as Future Ilomemakers of America. Their purpose is to learn the basic fundamentals of homemaking. Bake. sales, window displays, and meetings kept these gals busy this year. Teaching at U-School is not only in the minds of the teachers, It's in the minds of many students also. The teaching interest is strong enough to warrant a club for those students who plan to make teaching their career. This year the Future Teachers had their annual banquet for members and their parents along with many other projects. To encourage membership, the group began meeting off school time this year, enabling more students to participate in its various activities. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA - First row: Jean Carlson. Ruth Layes. Helina Oinas. A. Pryce Noe, spon- sor. Julie Kent, and Nancy Huntington. Second row: Ann Foster and Penny Junker. One of our most recent and most popular activities at CHS is the Jazz Club. The pur- pose of this club is the study of the develop- ment of jazz to its latest form, progressive jazz. The main project of the year was the presentation of the annual jazz convo in March. The band is becoming increasingly more popular as the years go by. The. band has been one of groups that has added to the sparkle of our pep sessions before our many anticipated sports events throughout the year. The main money-making project that the band sponsored this year was the senior- faculty basketball game. Proceeds from this game went towards the eventual purchase of new band uniforms. JAZZ CLUB-First 1'0w: Jim Neawedde, Kirk Mee, Bob Bridgwaters, John Bender, Dick Berrett, Dick Izen. Second row: Tom Hensley, Gib Seeber, Charles Leinenweber, Terry Shor, Stu Mitchner. Third row: Al Faisal, Jim W01'k. BAND MEMBERS- First row: Tiiu Raun, Ted Stevens, Karen Miller. Alice Strain, John VVooden, Robert Hull, director. Second row: Rose Marie Webb, Steve Miller, Kathleen Ralston, Connie Adams, Harlan Neaxveddc. Frances Dugger, Dan McPheron, Dick Taft, Camille Adams. Third row: VVanda Wallace, David McMullen, Larry Pennington, Mary Schramm, Ann Burton, Marvin Hammond, Jane Steinbeck, Brian Martz, Steve Tackitt. Fourth row: Don Sauvain, Ronnie Rostorfer, Valdar Oinas, Robert McCoy, Tom Sonneborn, John Wright, Bill Crafton, Suzanne Thrasher. Fifth row: P. T. Buntin, John Ingle, Dick Berrett, Paul Irwin, Phil Egan, Larry Reinhardt, Wynn Wiksell, Ray Schneider. ani TK lg I r-N fx 1 1 I BANJ 'N , K ' 1 - ' 1 Q Yi . , " 'f ' ,gif ' 3 by JJ 'av , g N Q 4 fi' 1 1 .-f' L. 14. . Q, , 'NMS nh F I l'lZ0.llit'TUliS t'll'H--lfirst row: Vevil llutlson, Hehe lfziris, sponsorg lioli Walden loffirersl. Set-onml row: Alton Mood, lioh Williams, Terry Mt-l'Ilhinney, Larry Sinn. lmvo lfoster. lluroltl I'zxte. .lerry Snutllyx-ooal, llonultl thin. Third row: Vecil Nlullis. l'itl'LE2ll' Arthur. Terry Thompson, lion tiross, Kenny Wt-lrh, Rusty Vlt-loml, liivli tlillilunml, llonnie Keene, Dick B2lI'l'tlXV, Toni Soutliern. The Eyes of Activities Look at -School The projectors cluh not only performs on club days, hut they serve the st-hool every clay of the week by operatilig the projector for our big audio-visual progruni. The photography club brought the nu- t'AMlCl'lA f'l.lf'KERS- First rout .lunet t'hitwood, Don l'Illson, Ilivk Szxtivaili, .lim Termun. liziy lleltle. Second roxy: Steve XY2ll'Ilt?l', John Stenipel, Holi Tol- lvot. .lerry Wzirring. tional prize winning photographs to lj- School in May. The art club is one of the main groups that proyimles seasonal decorations through- out the school during: both semesters. ART C'll'l3 BIICMBICHS-Fi1'st row: Janet Mc- Daniel, Vliarles Beal, sponsorg Judy May, George Ann VVztlkel'. Second row: Susie Gaston, Leah Ble- tlruyel, lxlllllll liiulmiwlson, Elaine Bien, .laekie Xlliltlon, llonnzl Puylie. Third roxy: Don Lzxnggmlon. Billy Shields. pniierm- 1 L+..- , Ni' l 1 x4 ' Q 9,6 ' PB., A ,,r' vi: ,- Tornorrow's tellers of tall tales, members of the Outdoor Sportsman's Club, have a wide range of activities. These vary from listening to speech- es by the state and national con- servation officials to swapping field trip stories. Officers this year were George Dunn, president, Gene Reese., vice-president, and Dick Ream, sec- retary-treasurer. Robert Pabst and Evan Kelley are. sponsors of the club. The Senior Athletic Club at VHS gives fellows an opportunity to try their muscles on any sport, regard- I I less of ability. Intramurals foster team spirit as well as provide com- petition. wni,-' x SENIOR ATHLETIC CI.UBfFirst row: Dick Head, VValter Gray, sponsorg David Grubb, Kenny VVhite, John Dollens, Bobby Dodds, Charles Lowe, Joe Loop, Harold Pate. Second row: Dick Gilliland, Tom IVeir, Kenny XVebb, Bob Wylie, Bob Wil- liams, Charles English. Two Clubs Stress Sportsmanship OUTDOOR SPORTSMEN-First row: George Dunn, Gene Reese. Dick Ream, Robert Pabst, sponsor. Second row: Fred Barnhill, Jim Elmore, Charles Bowden, Paul Ellis, Toni Weir, Jan van Wagtendonk, Elvin Hankins, Mike Ross. Third row: Bob Fleetwood. Bob Foster, Kenny Sparks, Robert Ruehrig, Robert Deckard, Ray John- son, Albert Cain, David Mercer. Fourth row: Dick VVatson, Woody Woods, Don Coller, Bill Krueger, Chris Smith, John McCormick, Paul Goodman. -1-u 1. f 1. vp 'Q : 43 it ' l N 1 Interests at UI-I A new club at l'llS, the Radio Club studies the intricate workings of the innards of radios. E. Wayne Gross sponsors the elec- trically minded group, Future spelunkers and teens interested in all phases of science have joined the L'- School chapter of Junior Academy of Sci- ence. A busy group, these bottle brushers heard reports by members and lectures from persons in the field of science. Roger Cuffey is president, Doug Rae, vice-president, and Nancy Kelley, secretary. In the spring, guys and gals in the club took oft' for a cave ex- ploring jaunt and a tour of a state park. In its second year, Hi-Tri-Y has increased in number and in services. The group co- sponsored Religious Emphasis Week with the Student Council. They collected food, clothes, and toys for a needy family at Christmas time. RADIO CLUBBERS-First row: Mike Myers, Ronald Britten, Jerry Etneir, Dan Leightman. Sec- ond row: Phil Karsell, Charles Meiser, E. Wayne Gross, sponsor. SCIENTISTS - First row: Doug Rae, Mr. J. R. Munsee, sponsor, Roger Cuffey, Nancy Kelley. Second row: Donell Hyerle, Tiiu Raun, Janna Peake, Marta Petoe, Diana Head. Third row: Erie Martz, Erik Neumann, Ronny Mills. HI-TRI-Y MEMBERS-First row: Marsha Richardson, Janet Rogers, David Maish, sponsor, Jack Evans Laura King. Second row: Ruth Dyer, Judy Cook, Patty Brogneaux. Lou Turner, Kay Campbell, Jeanette Adams Rita Baldridge, Rose Marie VVebb, Marcia Myers. Third row: Susie Baker, Bonnie Haynes, Jane Cook, Valerie Milisen, Barbara Cresson, Pauline Smith, Tommie Dekle, Martha Hoadley, June Seagers, Gordon Coffin. Vvdv Co in All Directions The Chorus this year proved to be one of the most active organizations at U-School. The songsters captured the public eye by placing high in state- wide high school competition after coming through the regionals with fly- ing colors. For those who have the desire to learn to type, but somehow can't seem to get the course worked into their regular schedule, we have the answer - the typing club. A comparitively new club in our school is the chess club. The club's primary motive is to teach the fine art of chess playing and to engage in some inter-school competition. CHORUS MEMBERS M First row: Amy Salsbury. Judy Campbell, Clara Lee Shadley, Nancy Boardman, Ann Regester, Becky Abram. Second row: Julie Bergevin, Ann Foster, Nancy Kelley, Janna Peake, Jane Cook. Third row: Margie Niles, Doris Kirk, Betty McCammon, Debbie Walden, Martha Hoadley. Fourth row: Ann Smith, Mary Sikes, Susie Dugger, Bill Smith. Fifth row: Mike Ross, Dick VValker, Richard Izen. Terry Shor. Sixth row: Monte Smith, Jack Evans, Bob Bridgwaters, Dave Bowen. CHESS CLUBBERS-First row: Paul McEvoy, Robert Os- born sponsor' Bill Batcheldcr Valdar Oinas. Second row: Dan 'tIcI'heron Hound Smith Greg, N ary Jim -Xpplexy hrtc R rlph Seifert Brrrn Nl llt7 Vlartrn Bidney Third roxy Robrrt Widow Paul PILD7 Irndr loerner Denise Nlrlhnicl omll Hvcrlc Dick Sir un D rnnv R ivy lrns Stu e YN erscr Sc hlltsslll cy Icnron Fourth roxv Norris Brnklev Tom THI FVK RITI' R TAPPI' RS I' st r xx I rnrt Mc idoxx leggy Dodds Second rovx -Xudree lugs Alice Turner Third roxy Rosa ee 'NIL idovxs Myrtle Enrli h Pourth ron lxrrtn Fisher Merrill R1 ink spon or id ,R 1 l QUAD STAFIWIKS-First row: Melissa Baldwin, Libra .Ian Cleveland, Patty Phillips, Jean Carlson, Becky Stoner, Kay Vampliell, Patty Hrogneaux. Sec-ond row: Tiiu liaun, Alice Turner, Tommie Ilekle, Jane Cook, Mary Fattu, Nancy Wentworth, Louis Silverstein, Tom Ilensley. Third row: Steve Weiser, .lim Te-rman, Woody Woods, John Stempel, Morris Binkley, Dave Bowen, Ilon Ellson, Stu Mitchener, and Gordon Coffin. uad, Iordannus, Radio how The QUAD, the l'-School newspaper, is published hi-weekly. It is a four page paper that is run solely by stu- dent journalists, 10th through 12th grade. This year for the first time in several years the Quad is being pull- Coffin, Becky Stoner, and Stu Mitt-hner. lished at the Star-f'ourier, a loral print- ing company. MIKE MASTEIIS- - Steve XYeiser, l,ilwra Jan l'l1-veland. Gordon lvith the addition of 21 new sponsor, ', Miss Jean Ann Jessup. the Quad was if completely renovated. The first semes ter John Stempel served as editor-in chief while Gordon Coffin was man aging editor and Stu Mitchner wa news editor. The second semester Cor- X don Coffin was appointed as editor, s while Stu Mitchner was managing ed- fi X itor and Becky Stoner was news editor. gf A major project of the QV.-XD is the - weekly radio show, taped at WFII' and broadcast over WTTS and WFIV. 1 'Lv I , L., -U 3 U a 9 I f . 2 in g, S - :- Nz a Q Q I' ' 1 Q ap. f s Q . 0 ' .fi si..f' J is.-4 f ""-.S Y? x .rv I I if .5-a. 1-5 J7' ' , sf? , w1:.f A ,Aviv ,, ,J I n-""" g,...1f' -U" I , nv F..-wr" . -gr , , -4 S5 t , , .v-45 . ft.- 'fs ., , 'Q' ,frvvlV"' 'fi , Maw ef XX HAT A 'VIOLNTAIN OF NILSCLE the L 'WEN S CLLB Fxrst row Elvm Hankms Bud 'VIcFall Fred Bdlnhxll John Stempel tene Reese George Dun Howard Enfgllsh Nlllte Ross Dave Bowen and Norman Iletltdld Second row Bob Dodds Bob NX dlden IJIL Head Charles Engllsh Jack Hllllkex Bob Vhllxams D1cls 'vlcl' rll Pat Hoddlev H uold Pate Telly Thompson and sponsor VS alter Grav Th11d row Dlcls Jones Paul lfllls Kenny VS ebb Rustx Cleland Don Collar NIO us Bmltleg Tom Wen Dlck Gllllland and Bob Wylle alfa KL ofvvk at mutants Both boss and gurls can boast to the on looker when the subject turns to the mam attrxbutes of the ithletlc progrlm at l School Students are off some of the excess poundfle lor the gxrls there IS the Girls Athletlc Assocntxon fbetter known as the FAAJ to lugment gsm clxsses The boxs 'lre offered eight sports rangmg from foot S I f hall to golf enough to keep the male gender oc cupled ill wear long There 'ire go lls to shoot for ln esers categorw The boss can look forward to sarsltx tthletlc ac tlon and wmmng thelr I s and other coseted sports aw lrds The glflg are not to be left out award wlse Outstandlng femmme athletes are .X 'vw honored wlth numerals letters and kews Lxerxone at LIlIW0l'NltY School plrtlclpates ln the full athletic schedule whether from the stands the bench or plfumg ground 49 ' ' , , 1 3 . 'Y ' f 3 , , ' ix, ' . 1 , ' . ': .', " . , ' 5 .1 , ', ' J, r.'2 Y 1 , t, 2. D .. t. y 5. A, . VZ ,. ' 'I '. . V: '.. 4, . o o o Ls . U K1 Z Iv ' 1 1 ' - . . Y ' 1 1 1 c J' . x . Q I fiven a chance to build u those muscles. and work X ' S . . f 5 .f - . 4 -Q., f . . V . U .. . i ' f' 2 -Z A n A s C q ' . 9 ' ' fl . z Q' c. "' -1' c . tv .'. l ' ' T l ' '- . . I Y ' 1 I N I . , . My A . 2 . Q ' ' D' f 'wk , v Q 4' sv 2 . - 5 Q 'z . ' . . ' Univee Athletic Action Baby, it's cold outside, but Univee fans don't seem to mind the weather, as long as the U-School football squad is winning. The camera catches a tense moment in the Harry E. Wood gridiron game. Bobby Dodds, Univee halfback, looks like he has run into trouble in the form of an opposing tackle. The other Univee player is fullback Bob Wylie. Look at those expressions on the faces of the Mooresville men! They seem to say that Dick Head, Univee guard, is bound to make a basket. John Stempel and Don Coller get ready for the possible rebound. Wrestling co-captains Terry Thompson and Howand English demonstrate some wrestling action in the form of a figure four hold. UHIVCC Falcon Score Board Y KRSITX FOOTBXLL RESERXE FOOTBALL Greencastle Lmton Mooresv1lle Bedford Mitchell Harry E Wood Charlton Aurora Dugger Martmswllle won 5 ost 4 red VARSITY BASKETBALL Dugger Morgantown Spencer Solsberry Lmton Bloomf1eld Ellettsvllle Ool1t1c Bloommgton Mooresv1lle Llncoln QEvans Seclna Charlton SmlthVlll9 Deaf School Greenwood Edinburg SECTION XL Bloomxngton won 8 los 11 XARSITY CROSS COLNTRY Vlncennes Blm ton 83 Mart1nQx1lle Seymour Gerstmes er Frkln Praxrle Creek Columbus Gerstmey er non 1 lost 6 Y KX A X A M, Q x 'N X., Martmsx 1lle Mitchell Bedford Greencastle MaFtlHSVlll6 Mltchell Bedford won 4 ost 'J RESERVE BASKETBALL Dugger Morgantown Spencer Solsberry Lmton Bloomf 1eld Harry E Wood Ellettsvllle Ool1t1c Mooresv1lle Stmesvxlle Secma Charlton Sm1thv1lle Deaf School Greenwood Edlnburg won 6 lost 12 V KRSITY W RESTLIWF Harry E Wood Crlspus Attucks Bloommgton Evansvllle R8ltZ Indlana Blmd School Park School flndplsj Decatur Central Crwpus Attucks Manual flndplbl Ven Albany Ben Dax IS flndpls J Washlngton flndplsb won 7 lost 5 51 US- O.P. 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R ' ' ,, 43 11 ' , ' .... 40,15 ' . 47 5 ' 2 " ..v.....,..... 37 16 1 ,,,4,,,, 14 32 33 22 1 32 18 1' , . .... 63 40, 28 7. .,,. 11 32 ' ' ,-------5.,- 22 33 1 ' ......,,....., 32 14 30 25 " . ,, 18 30 ' ....,.,...,5...1 36 9 ' . 16 32 Take a Look at the Varsity Cridders , f 0 ai Bobbx Doddx Cunge Dunn Paul Ellls Hou nd Engllsh 4 1 Dlck bllllland Dlck Head Jack Hllllkel Duk Jones John McCo1m1gk Hdlold Pate Cene Reese 'Vhke Row Tulx Thompson Kenm Vkebb Tom Hur Bob XNNI1 57 F I' 'U 1 I Q L I 'I L X 1 I A W , Q I K' 'Q' in' , . , A sk Www NARSITY AND RESERVE GRIDDFRS Frrst row Howard Englreh Bobby Doddb Harold Pate Terrv Thompson Drck Head Gene Reese Kenny Webb Paul Ellrs and Nlrke Ros: Second row B111 Krueger Drck Jones Tom Welr John McCorm1ck George Dunn Bob Wylre Jerry Smallwood Charles Lernenweber and Charles Bowden Thrrd row Dennra Carter Dlck Watson Kennv Sparks Larry Waters Dave Rrch Drck Gilliland Jack Hrlllker Mrlo Samp on Terry Shor Phrl Curry and Monte Srnrth Fourth row Tom Black Terry McElh1nney Jay Sue: Steve Ferguaon Jrm Swarthout Jrm Dawson B111 Cox Drck Vkalker Danny Iexghtman and manager Fred Barnhrll Frfth row Manager Dave Bowen Teddy Legge Tom Marshall Brlly Van Keuren Ronnre Alexander Russell Spannuth Don Gross B111 Brummett Tom Sc-huesaler and Dave Smrth manager Unlvee Crldders F1HlSh Wrth 5 4 1 Record Graduatron took rts usual toll of the foot ball warsrts aquad thlS xear, leaxrng Coach Walter Gray wlth a burldlnff seaeon The out therr plawrng aeason The grrdders pl rx ed prlmarrlx on sp1r1t and desrre because of thelr lrghtness m werght The season opened wlth the 1 nn ees host mg Greencastle Wrth Greencastle lerdrng most of the way, the Lmxees fmrllx rrllred rn the Qecond half and tled the contest at The team worked hard and was runnrng smoothlx when thex took Nlooresxrlle 14 0 But the plg krn plax ers went rnto a slump for the next two gamea Nlrtchell dow ned the Lmx een 19 14 and the other loss Came from Martrnaxrlle rn a one brded affau 'Po 0 The Falcone aoon bounced back to get on the wrnnmg strmg agam The term played Qmall mexperlenced Charlton ind won declsrx ely 90 0 Next the Lnlxee-x traxeled to Harry E Wood of Indranapolrs the lnnees came out on top 11 0 Bedford xrsrted Unnee Freld for the rn nual Ilomecomrng game Thrs was an exert rng game for the USchool fxns but the Stonecutters w on 19 7 At the end of the season the grrdders elected Howard Engllsh and Gene Reese QHIOIN as football co captarne The reserxe football team gamed '1 lot of experrence bs plaxrng the B teams from other schools The reaerxe team frmshed aboxe 000 per cent wrth a credrtable 4 1 record Thex topped Nlltchell and Bedford twrce and lost to Nlartrnsulle md Green castle 'rl 5, a D A s -' ' s 12' I v 1 V J 1 ' S 'I 1 v 1 ' 1 ' T, . V 1 I' 1 l 'I' ! ' ! x Y '17 . A , " V: - Y I' ' 1 ' . ' 1. ' ' . 7 - ' 1 Y . " 9 A Y ' Y ' ' V . 1 , 1 , 3 ' ' ' . ' ': Y" ' . ' , ' 1 . . v ', 1'1' ' y ' -1-4v l r K '- Iv I 1 , '. C I I C I f ' ' Lv ks 1 - .rv L , ' A ' I f 2 team showed much improvement through- The game was close most of the way, but I y" 1 1' , . 1' 2 t' . ' S ' , : - I sv S " 9 .4 S ' 1 1 1 1 . . wi . v . ' L' ' ' 2 - ' 1 1 8 1 .1 ' ' , - 2 S, V i ' Q 1 . , - . r ' j ' s 2 j 2 7-7, . .. 3 . L. , : j ' j 1 ' 3 ' , - . K, . , , - I S y' 1' ' f , ,' , 1 V' KA uv , , v. -V . - 1, . Sr. - 1 v '- 1. . " I-I, 1 K , f .' I T A 1 . S v. 2 - Roundballers Compile The Univees started new Coach Al Gallo off on the right foot by winning their first game of the season and the first of Mr. Gallo's coaching career. Coach Gallo had five returning lettermen from last year's squad, which won two games in tournament play. Five members from last year's reserve squad gave the lfnivees a strong bench. For the first time in many years the Univees played an 18 game schedule and were privileged to open their season at home. The team showed a strong liking for their home floor by winning six out of nine games played on Univee hardwood. Two of the losses were by two points and one of these was in a double overtime to Moores- ville. The other two point loss was to Lincoln of Evansville, one of the top ten teams in the state. Varsity Team 8 - ll Hooper Rating This year the L'nivees had an abundance of height. They were one of the few teams in the state who could afford to have two 6 feet 4 inches men on the bench. The start- ing line up averaged 6 feet 3 inches. With this height the ljnivees were able to match almost all of their opponents in the rebound- ing department. The team's main trouble was an inability to hit the basket on foreign floors. The Univees pulled several minor upsets this year. Harry E. Wood, of Indianapolis, a team which lost only five games all sea- son, fell to the Univees along with Smith- ville, who lost only six games this year. The Univees won eight and lost eleven games during the 1955-56 season. They were ousted in their first game from the sec- tional tournament by cross town rival BHS. RESERVE BASKETBALL SQUAD First ioxs Nlllfl Simpson lunge Dunn Tom Well and Tom Schuessler. Second row: Bill Biummett Tom Bl Lck Bill B xtnheldu ind Bud Nl l' ill Reserve Hoopsters Show Improvement After getting off to a slow start, the Univees finished strong by winning five out of their last seven games to compile a final record of six wins and twelve losses. Hard luck and close decisions plagued the team all during the season. Several of their early season losses were by margins of one to two points. Many of these decisions could have gone the other way if the lfnivees had had a little bit of luck. Although not sporting a shining record. the reserves had a successful season in that many underclassmen received valuable expe- rience. With this behind them, these boys should be able to add much to next year's varsity squad. xl ea 21' Q3 I 1-J Q- ,vi MMV' . . .1 THE UP AND COMING FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD includes:-lfirst row: Tom Marshall, Phil Reed, Tom Black, Bill Brummett, and John Wooden. Second row: Jim Deuprcc. Hill Van Kcurcn, Mike Johnson. Dave Smith, and Bud McFall. Our Hopeful Hoopsters Prepare for Future One of the best training grounds for future athletic stars is the well-planned freshman and junior high athletic program. The U-School freshman and junior high basketball squads both turned in promising and successful seasons in 1955-56. The freshman Vnivees totaled victories over Smithville, Fllettsville, Spencer, Unionville, finishing with a perfect record. The junior high won two games and lost one, defecting Smithville and Spencer, while losing to Ellettsville. With this fine overall record of six wins and only one loss, basketball appears to have a bright future for Falcon fans. REPRESENTING THE JUNIOR HIGH in basketball are:-First row: Bill Wylie. Phil Galyan, Doug Horton, Rodney Ritter, Danny Rawlins. and Tom Teter. Second row: Fred Miller, Jim Binkley, Orland Ward. David Campaigne, Robin Crosby, Toivo Raun. and David 3IcCrea. Third row: Jim Topolgus. Larry Flynn. and Bill Snyder. . . w 4, ., , .,,-4-,wig l f 'W I N weaver 24W xi 1 fra fi 5 I VER . 4 . .wtnsff l wi 570 5 -A 12 l S l . X J 1 1 ? Q 1 , , ff 'Nz 1 +1 . A 1 , , L K ff' - I X, , 1 1 5 1 si? 13 ' lx . ' ' 8 Q11 'fu 1111-2 1111,-X1'111.1'I1IS 1'11S1'f 1.1C1"'1' TO 1i1fi11'1'--1"i1'f1 1'11x1': 1'1i1'1'111'11 111lI'1'j'. Iiussn-11 S1111111111111. .11111 H111 1111211-111111111q. 111111 B111-h1'1g. 211111 '1'e1'1'y '1'111111111s1111. 1'11-1-z1111z1i11. 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Tennis and Golf Come William Fuller, golf coach, faced quite a rebuilding task when he took over at the helm of the HHS team this season. With one returning letterman to help, the squad de- veloped newcomers into veterans. The 1956 tennis team faced the roughest schedule in the school's history with only two returning lettermen to spearhead the campaign. The two doubles teams were made up of Pat Hoadley and John Stempel, and Rusty Cleland and Don Mills. Last year was the first winning season for the Univee tennis squad. Thomas Rogers replaced Rob- ert Vollmar as coach. THE UNIYEE HRACKETEERSN INC"I.l'DE: First row: John Stempel and Pat Hoadley. Second row: Bill Batchelder. Morris Binkley. Rusty t'leland and Paul McEvoy. Not pictured is Don Mills, With pring .X 1- x' X THE UlNIVEE LEATHER TOSSERS IINCLUDE Flrst row Monte Smlth Vlctor W1ll1s Davld Maas Phxl Reed Bruce Qmlth Davld R1ch DdVld Smlth and Jlm Fleener Second row Jack Hllllhel Bob Wyhe Terry Thompson Bob Walden Elvxn Hankms 'Vllke Ross Dlck Head Paul Goodman Thlrd row Walter Gray coach Mxlo Sampson Tom Wlcl tene Reese Ceoxge D ann Bob Wlllxams and Doug Rxe UHS Baseball Games Herald prlng .40 Howard Engllsh senlol was awarded the Al Herman tlophv for outstandmg athletlc partlclpa tlon durmg hls four years of hlgh school at Honor Daw ceremomes 60 The baseball team had seven returmng let termen from last years squad whlch posted a seven won, SIX lost record W1th the a1d of these lettermen, the Umvee players appeared to have topped the records they set 1n thelr prevlous four years of play Baseball began at U School ln 1952 How ard Engllsh, semor, was voted to recelve the coveted Al Herman avs ard by the U Men s club for hls outstandlng ablllty, sportsmanshlp and partlclpatlon 1n athletlcs at Umverslty School The 1956 wlnner was lettered ln football h1s Junlor year, wrestlmg hls sophomore vear, and track h1s 1un1or year He was elected a co captaln by the football and track teams thns xear Howard ls an honor student He IS also actlxe ln 4 H work Che was presldent of hls groupl, and he has won rlbbons ln several categorles, from hog ralslng to cake baklng As a 1un1or, Hovs ard won the sectlonal crown ln the 145 pound ares' class He has par tlclpated 1n U Scho for four sears . 5, . 1 .x F kv? 0- x V N x ,L 1 ' sf- , 1 X L .c T. 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Minor bumps and bruises and care of equip- ment for the Univee Falcons occupies the off- hours of Dave Bowen, Tom Southern, Freddy Barnhill, Dave Smith and Bob Walden, sports managers. Not pictured is Steve Weiser. In 1956, as in previous years, the faculty gave the seniors the "works" in their annual game. The "masters" led all the way in the T3-55 triumph. New twist to the '56 edition was that it was played in the evening with proceeds going to the band uniform fund. zaf1waa ,,M GAA Umvee Style The EXECUTIVE COUNCIL the gosermng body of the GAA lncludes Fxrst row Martha Hoadley uce presldent Sue Hays presldent and Ann Goby sec retary Second row Marllyn Mxlls bowllng Karen Slms tenms Jane Stangle archery Helen Hope pmg pong Janet Rogers deck tennls Paullne Smith basketball Debb1e Walden volleyball Penny Junker treasurer and hockey Margle N1les swlmmmg Barbara Gaston softball Not plctured IS Pat Junker track The Basketball Queen spon sored by the GAA poses wlth her court Janet Rogers Paulme Smlth Queen Becky Stoner Mary Walker and Barbara Cresson Second row Dlck Head Bob Wylle Don Coller John Stempel and Rusty Cleland The glrls were nomlnated by the basketball team and the queen was chosen by the student body GAA Swlmmlng actxonl The dlver IS Martha Hoadley Watch mg from around the pool are Slgfld Frenz Llnda Schweltzer Jane Stangle Karen Slms Marllyn Regester Charlotte Ellson Sue Hays Debb1e Walden SUSIE Gas ton Helen Hope Llnda Zoerner and Mrs Broaddus Swlmmmg and archery were started as new sports th1S year . ! 7 .Yr V. 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Salmon Rax Sannes Bobby Schooler Lucinda Schuessler Brlan bcammon Cheryl Schuman VVawne Shedd Randy Aditi Shull kathy Spurlock Connie Shlleford Steye .1 Young I-rank jlwat Hzzada Xlexander Sharon Xndres Stephen Ax .ALA Behram Patricia Bourne Jimmy h Hroaddus Bute Burton 'Nancy H Butler llaud Cousins Linda Dunn William lwtes D3Wld lfloyd Beth Xnn Freeman lanlce lray I y Hoge John if 5 Hammerman Bill Heath Ray Howe Row Isom bally Jackson tlaudla Kennedy Lucy ,RV t SQ lxelqler Susan Kidder Norman Landess Dena Long Edward Leayett Ifranlt Leslie Bruce Yajam Ted Nlaloney Molly Vlann Susan Nlatzke Bruce May Vancy MacMorran Andy 'jj '1 W-v McCann Lynn I leak Virginia A Ratliff Uharlene Ransome Kathy Sharp John Shriner Deborah Simes Larry Smith Denny , ' Spurlock Eugenia -- ,. Steele Charmaine A ' Weber David - ' ' g Young Betty ' L Young Susan - lblu i "l, V " FOURTH GRADE Adam. 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If Q- V, nl' 9 ..-4' A JE Q 5' 111 1 Y 5- Xe , L r A xx The sophomore year IS special because class rings that wlll en dure for the entire high school career are selected The 1956 Sophomore Ring Committee included Judy Anderson Douglas Wilson and Kay Dekle Jfllw- df ffvvlt at unnenunssmen 00 fu No school year is complete without a glimpse at the majority the underclassmen Each class has its own in school gow ernment All classes are welcome to all school affairs from seventh graders right on up to the semors The Junior hlgh party ln the rec room the dlssectlon of rana plpiens the selection of class rings and the planning of the Prom all form a part of our familiar U School scene Having fun while learning the underclassmen at U School form a verw mtegral portion of school hfe N? I O O 3 J X 'N Q K A 3 wh Q . , J view point on policies around schoolg each is represented K ' 9 L ' , . - N 9 l - f . ' ' .T . if ' .. 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V .1 3 Conductmg a typlcal Semor Councll meetlng ln plannlng xts ac tlvltxes lb Gene Reese semor class plesldent Other members are Flrst low Malllyn M1lls secretary Tommle Dekle treasurer and Terry Shol vxce presldent Second row Mary Walker Rlta Bald udge Becky Stoner and Jack Hllhker Thlrd row John 'Stempel Stu Mltchnel and Sue Hays 'VIembe1s not pictured are Laura Kmg, Debble Walden Dlck Belrett Ray Johnson and Woody Woods Jalan, a, look Hev, semor' Take a look at U School your school soon to be vour alma mater Look at nts llmestone walls, lts svmmetrlcal, rectangular wlndows, its two large front doorwavs, look 'lt the long, cury mg sldeyyalk leadmg from Jordan Ay enue to the entrances Walk ln, semor Take a look at the stalrwavs before you and deans spend countless hours plannmg and executmg the complex orgamzatlon of a hugh school There IS the cafeteria where you ve spent many lunch hours mlxmg food wlth cony ersatxon Retrace your steps to the front entrance, and notlce the mland floor plaque How often you ye lelsurely joked with friends here yyaltmg for the end of vour lunch period or Just relavcmg Go on up the stalrs to the second and thlrd floors Imprmt the Slght of lockers classrooms, teach ers, and bustling students on your mmd for this IS the heart of your school Lmger a moment, but dont tarry Remember, but dont regret Your future ls ahead of you You ye learned much ln these rooms Noyy apply lt' Open the door of opportumtv and use your knowledge personallty, and talents ln yy hat ey er fleld you choose Choose yylsely, semor You haye recely ed a great herltage, proye yourself worthy of lt' SEIIIURS 1956 fC 85 . I Z i. -Z y 3 . ' , ' 9 ' o o o 1 . . I L . c . O . 1 . . Go on to the first floor. You see the office where staff . , . . . . O Y , Y . Y . . . - V . . i . y . a Q I5 . . f . . . . - QQ' ,D ' 9 D' , ,J 9 - s , 9 ' ' or + U g1MrD,e'6 EDCAR LEROY -XRTHLR Projectors Club 4 Junlor Carmval Commlttee RITX ANN BALDRIDGE Typlng Club 1 Booster Clubl 2 Nurses Club2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Jordannus Faculty Section CoEd1tor Freshman Dance Queen Junlor Carmval Queen Hoosler Relay Queen 4 Fresh man Councll Junlor Council Junlor Carnlval Stage Show Junlor Prom Commlttee Semor Councll Jordannus Convo BETSY ANN B-KRDWELL Journallsm Club 1 Nurses Club 2 Science Club 3 Choral Club 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Quad Staff 2 Jordannus Staff Junlor Car mval Commlttee Junlor Prom Commlttee Cap and Gown Commlttee RICHARD LEE BARROW Semor Athletlc Club 1 Projectors Club 2 3 4 Football 1 Wrestling 2 3 Junlor Carmval Committee Junlor Prom Commlttee MARILYN JOAN BARTLETT Art Club 1 Future Teachers Club 2 Junlor Carmval Committee JOHN WILLIAM BENDER Photography Club 1 Outdoor Sportsmen 2 3 Jazz Club 4 Basketball 1 Football 2 Wrestllng 2 Junlor Carmval Commlttee Junlor Prom Committee Jordannus Convo RICHARD CHARLES BERRETT Projectors Club 1 Jordan Jesters 2 3 4 Jazz Club 2 3 4 Track 1 ELAINE YING CHING BIEN Transferred from Klng George V School Hong Kong Brltlsh Crown Colony 4 Art Club 4 MORRIS EDWARD BINKLEY Projectors Club 1 Jumor Academy of Sclence 2 Photography Club 3 Chess Club 4 Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 3 Quad Staff 3 4 Page Edltor 4 Jordannus Staff U Mens Club 4 DAVID HAY! ORTH BOWEN Semor Athletlc Club 1 Outdoor Sportsmen Club 2 4 Jordan Jesters 3 4 Baseball 1 Football 1 Manager 2 3 4 Track 1 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Wrestllng 4 Quad Staff 2 3 4 Page Edltbr 2 3 Advertlslng Manager 4 Jordannus Staff UMens Club 3 4 Indlana Solo and Ensemble Contest Second Place Solo Dlstrlct Second Place Ensemble State 3 Flrst Place Solo Dlstrlct Second Place Solo State 4 Thesplans 4 Sophomore Councll Junlor Carnlval Stage Show Junlor Prom Commlttee Jordannus Con Good News 3 Young Mans Fancy 3 Low land Sea 3 H 'VI S Plnafore 4 Mrs McTh1ng 1, . ' - 5 x 1 - Q , : , is . . - , , , 9 ' 3 9 . . f . . 5 ' .5 9. . . S y , 1. , S 3 I - - - I J v v ' I l l ' . 7 7 ,. . - . g . . 7 I .5 ' J ! I 3 . -1. 5 , . - , . l I I .Y . 2 . , 0 : 5 , . -' S y , , L H , , 9 9 SC , ' A You Cant Take It Wxth You 2. 1 ! , . , . T x S S I ' 3 l Y I I Y 7 l 5 I 7 -. . I 1 y - , S S , v v S ' , , : , , , : . I I I l ! Y 1 ' ' . . - V l Y I , : , , , I Y ' . 3 I . 3 ! . Y s : , . 9 I S ' , U , H , u 9 n , u , V01 1 1 ' H , n ' H , u ' vw , . . . . , . 61444004 ALBERT LOLIS BRIDGVN XTERS Transferred from Bloomington High School Bloomington Indiana 4 Jordannus Convo H 'VI S Pmafore 4 ANNIE HELEN BRODIE Jordan Jesters 1 Future Teachers Club 2 3 President 2 Choral Club 4 Jordan nus Faculty Section Co Editor National French Con test Examination Third Place State 3 National Honor Society 4 Scholastic Art Contest State Key 4 Junior Prom Committee Chairman Junior Prom Queen Student Council 4 Magazine Sales Chairman 4 Junior Carnival Stage Show FREDDIE LOWEIL BRLNIER Transferred from Smithville High School Smithville Indiana Z Pio Jectors Club Z 3 4 President 4 Baseball 2 Basket ba 3 ROBERT MXSIFRS BLEHRII Chess Club 1 Gut door Sportsmen Club 2 4 Jazz Club 3 Wrestling 2 3 4 Quad Staff 3 Junior Carnival Committee Junior Plom Committee DW IGHT LEE L XIV Senior Athletics Club 1 Out door Sportsmen 2 3 4 Football 1 Basketball 1 3 Junior Carnival Committee MAY EUNICE CXLLXH KN Transferred from Smithville High School Smithville Indiana 2 Future Homemakers Club Z 3 4 Seuetaiv 4 Junior Carnival Committee JDDITH RSX CXMPBELI Transferred from Blo omington High School Bloomington Indiana 2 C hoial Club 2 3 4 G A A 2 3 4 Joidannus Staff Junior Carnival Committee owlind Sea 3 M Pinafore 4 IORDONI LFE COFFIN Jordan Jesters 1 2 3 4 Business Manager 4 H1Tr1Y 3 4 Track 2 Quad Staff 2 3 4 Page Editor 2 3 News Editor 3 Man aging, Editor 4 Editor in Chief 4 Jord nnus Activities Section Co Editor Thespians 3 4 Student Council 4 Sophomore Ring Committee JUTIIOI Carnival Commit tee Junior Prom Committee I Remember Vlama 1 Our Town 1 You Cant Take It With Xou 2 Cood N ws 3 The Great Big Doorstep 4 DOY XLD 'VIXYN SRD COLLER P1oJectors Club 1 Photography Club 2 3 Outdoor Spoitsmen Club 4 ootball 1 Track 1 B sketball 1 3 4 C s Countiy 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Metlopolltan Xouth Council Xice-President 4' Junior Carnival Stage Show. JANE CRACF COOK-Future Homemakers Club 1' Nurses Club 2' Hi-Tri-Y 2 3 4' Jordan Jesters 1. 3. 'G.A.A.12 3 4'QuadStaff2 3 4 Page-Ei' .2 3 Radio Show Chairman 4' Jordannus Lnderclasg- man Section Co-Editor' Quill and Scroll 4' The:pifm: 4' Freshman Council' Junior Carnival Stage Show: Junior Prom and Banquet Committee' Jordannus Con- vo' T1'iple Trio Plus One 4 First Place Ensemble District Second Place State Indiana Solo and En- semble Contest 4' Stage Door L.' Lowland Sea 3' H. M. S. Pinafore 4. A KIHM- DK J XNPT Cl XIR 1 R KBTREI- Transferred from Bak er Hugh School Columbus Georgla 2 Future Home makers Club Z 3 Y1cePreSldent 3 Choral Club 4 Jordannus Staff Junror Carnrval Commrttee Jumor Prom and Banquet Commrttee BXRBXRX XNN CR HC Journalrsm Club 1 Nurses Club Z HITIIY 3 4 Jordan Jesters 3 4 G A A 1 Z 3 4 Quad Staff 2 3 Radro Show Co Charrman 2 News Edrtor 2 Edrtor rn Chref 3 Jordannus Fdltor rn Chref Student Councrll 3 4 Outstandm Under classman Journalrst 3 Ernle Pyle Award for Wrrtrng 3 Nlatronal Honor Soclety 3 4 Qurll and Scroll 3 4 Presrdent 4 DAR Award DAR County Award 4 Junror Carnrval Commrttee Junror Councrl TOMMIE KLINE DERLE Transferred from Central Hugh School London England 4 H1 Tr1Y 4 Quad Staff 4 Jordannus Art Fdrtor Natlonal Honor So crety 3 4 Semor Class Treasurer THOMXS JOSEPH DROII Transferred from Unronvrlle Hrgh School Umonvrlle Indlana 2 Out JAMES NELSON ELMORF Journalrsm Club 1 Outdoor Sportsmen Club 2 3 4 Tennrs 3 Junior Carn rval Commrttee Jordannus Convo HOWARD ROSEFIELD ENGLISH Senror Athletrc ubl 2 3 Footballl 2 3 4 Wrestlrng 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 4 UMens Club 2 3 4 V1ceP1esrdent 3 4 Wlnnel 145 lb Drvrsron Sectronal Wrestlrng' 3 'VI XRY BFTT F XTTL Typmg Club 1 Future Teach ers Club 2 3 Secretary 2 Treasurer 3 Choral Club A 1 2 3 4 Quad Staff 2 3 4 Busm Manager 2 Page Edrtor 3 4 Jordannus Openrng Sec tron Co Edrtor Ixatlonal Honor Socrety 4 ELNTORA FERNT FLEENIER Typlng Club 1 Nurses Club 2 Future Homemakers Club 3 4 Jumor Carn rval Commrttee Junror Prom Commlttee VIARTHX LOL FLEENER Art Club 1 3 Typrng Club 2 Choral Club 4 Jumor Carnlval Commrttee ROBERT ELCENE FLEET!! 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ANN MILLS Typmg Club 1 Booster Club 1 2 3 Future Homemakers Club 2 Jordan Jes ters 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Future Teachers Club 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Executlve Council 3 4 Jordannus Cxrculatlon CoEd1tor Glrls State 3 Semor Class Secretary Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 Sophomore Coun ul Jumor Councll Jumor Carn1valCha1rman Jumor Prom and Banquet Commlttee Semor Council Jor dannus Convo Chalrman Young Mans Fancy 3 STL ART PATTERSON MITCHWER Transferred from McBurney High School New York Clty New York 2 Jazz Club 2 3 4 Vlce President 3 Presldent 4 Cross Country 2 Baseball 2 Track 3 Quad Staff 2 3 4 Radlo Show Chalrman 2 Page Edltor 2 3 4 Managlng Edltor 4 News Edltor 4 Ernle Pyle Award for Journallsm 3 Jordannus Athletic Sectlon Co Ed ltor Scroll Award 2 Jumor Carmval Stage Show Jumor Prom Committee Semor Councll JOHN THOMAS MCCORMICK Tran ferred from North Madlson Hugh School Madlson Indlana 2 Out door Sportsmen Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Tra l1 2 3 4 UMensClub2 3 4 Sclence 1 2 Chess Club Z 3 Secretary 3 Award for Scholarshlp 1 Honorable Mentlon Westlnghouse Tal ent Search 4 Natlonal Honor Socletv 4 ROBERT PHILLIP NELLIS Jordan Jesters 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Cross Countryl Golf 3 4 Quad Staff 3 Jordannus Staff Varslty Cheerleader 2 3 Thesplan 3 4 Jumor Carmval Stage Show Jumor Prom Commlttee Jordannus Convo MARCARET ANNE NILES Jordan Jesters 1 Fu ture Homemakers Club Z 3 Treasurer 3 Choral Club 4 V1cePres1dent 4 GAA 1 Z 3 4 Fxecutlve Counc1l2 3 4 Quad Staff Z 3 Advertlslng Manager 3 Jordannus Advertnsmg' Manager Ernle Pyle Journalism Award 3 Sophomore Councll Trlple Trlo Plus One 4 Flrst Place Dlstrlct Indlana Solo and En semble Contest 4 Second Place State 4 Jumor Cal mval Stage Show Jumor Prom Commlttee HELINA OINAS Homemakers Club 1 Future Teachers Club 2 3 4 Soclal Secretary 2 Secretary 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 J-XNNA ZOE PEARE Jumor Academy of Sclence 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 3 Sclence Club 3 Quad Staff 3 Orchestra 1 Z 3 4 Secretary 2 Head Llbrarlan 2 3 Natlonal Honor Socxety 3 4 Secretary Treasulel 4 Yaledxctorxan State Muslc Solo and Ensemble Con test Fmallst 3 Natlonal Merxt Scholarshlp Semi F1nal1st4 Good News 3 H NI S Pmafole 4 1 A I A 'T - . . 1 1 1 1 . 1 . ! . i l ! , . 1 L A 1 ' 1 1 ' ' Z 1 1 , . 1 - . . . . . - , , 1 1 1 - 1 ' ' 1 1 1 - 1 1' 1 ' ' ' . 1 ' ' ' I I 3 Y ' l H ' ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1. - , i 1 , .. . 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I I '- ' I I 1 I I l l b- , , V S 1 5 1 V c' I SS 4 I I ' ' ' I ' 1 ' I ' I 1 - 1 1 l , ' : ' 61444014 NAOMI IRENE STEI HAN Typlng Club 1 Future Teachers Club 2 3 Treasurer 2 Y1cePres1dent 3 Choral Club 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soc lety 4 Jumor Carmval Commlttee Junlor Prom Com mlttee REBECCA ANN STONER Jordan Jesters 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 H1 Tr1Y Assoclate Member 2 3 GAA 1 2 3 4 Quad Staff 3 Page Edltor 4 News Edltor 4 Radlo Show Co Chairman 3 Jordannus ACtlVltleS Sectlon Co Edltor Thespxan 1 2 3 4 Vxce Presldent 4 Glrls State 3 Qulll and Scroll 4 Glrls Chorus 3 Scholastlc Art Contest State Honorable Mentlon 4 Basketball Queen 4 Jumor Councll Jumor Carmval Stage Show Jumor Prom Commlttee Semor Councll Our Town 1 Stage Door 2 Good News 3 Young Mans Fancy 3 The Lowland Sea 3 ROBERT MERRILL TALBOT JR Projectors Club 1 Photography Club 2 3 4 Presldent 2 3 Cross Country 1 Basketball 1 2 Tenms 3 Quad Staff 2 3 Jordannus Staff Junlor CarnlvalComm1ttee Jumor Prom Commlttee TERRY LEE THOMPSON Senlor Athletlc Club 1 2 3 Projectors Club 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Wrestlmg 2 3 4 U Mens Club 3 4 MARY LOUISE TURNER Transferred from Han nah More Academy Baltlmore Maryland 3 Future Teachers Club 3 H1 Trl Y 4 Jordan Jesters 4 Jor dannus Staff Jumor Carmval Stage Show Jumor Prom Commlttee The Great Blg Doorstep 4 DEBORAH WALDEN Typing Club 1 Booster Club 1 2 Choral Club 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Executlve Coun cxl 4 Jordannus Openlng Sectlon Co Edltor Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 Student Councll 1 Pollcy Councll 1 Sophomore Councll Jumor Councll Jumor Carmval Commlttee Junlor Prom Commlttee Semor Councll Jordannus Convo H M S Plnafore 4 MARY MEADE WALKER Jordan Jesters 1 2 3 4 GAA 1 2 3 4 Quad Page Edltor 2 3 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 Thesplans 3 4 V1cePres1dent 4 Stu dent Councll 1 3 Girls State 3 Ernle Pyle Journallsm Award 3 Junlor Councll Jumor Carmval Commlttee Jumor Prom Commlttee Semor Councll Stage Door 2 Good News 3 Mrs McTh1ng 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 VWINTON deRUYTER WOODS Jordan Jesters 1 2 3 4 Photography Club 2 3 Presldent 2 3 Choral Club 3 Outdoor Sportsmen Club 4 Basketball 1 Cross Country 1 2 Track 1 Z 3 4 Quad Staff 2 Page Edltor 3 4 Edltorlal Edltor 4 Student Councll 2 Boys State Mayor Nomlnated for State Clerk of Courts 3 Metropolitan Youth Counc1l Pres1dent 4 Sophomore Councll Junlor Carmval Commlttee Sen lor Councll Jumor Class Vlce Presldent Our Town JAMES AIKEN WORK Projectors Club 1 Jordan Je ters 1 2 3 4 Jazz Club 2 3 4 Vlce Presldent 2 Presldent 3 Football 1 Quad Staff 2 3 Jordannus Staff Jumor Carmval Committee Our Tovsn 1 Good News 3 Lowland S a 3 The Great Bxg Doorstep 4 HMS Plnafore 4 NOT PICTL RED DAX ID KAY Fl, LTZ Semor Athletic Club 1 Out door Sportsmen Club 2 Wrestllng 4 Jumor Carmval Commlttee v , - I . 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'- , ' 1 , 1 ofwu1q,u1,fh,c P As freshmen we worked hard to wm flrst place m the Homecomlng Decoratlons Contest We wel comed the award wlth a deep feeling of prlde Freshmen the long awalted flrst day arrlves we re 1n hlgh school' We rush onto the second floor to check the Freshman 11st for our homerooms how young the Jumor hlgh klds are thlS year' we wear our new wool sweaters and sklrts to the flfgt football game although the temperature IS close to 60 F Spring Fever our first dance complete Wlth programs plcket fenc es and mllhons of crepe paper rose buds ofonkxnq, to fha Jxufulm, Four wears of studies commlttee work and learning to get along with those who have dlf ferlng tastes habits and abllltles hung ln the present whlle looklng to the future contmuallv trvmg to better ourselves to be readv to assume responslbllltxes as leaders of tomorrow we have worked and partied as a class whlle pursumg mdnldual Interests the fads and fashlons the sports the studles the classes the fun the classmates-all plav ed an Important part ln our hugh school llfe the lnsplratlons we acquired from knowmg and worklng wlth teachers and fellow students helped us to determlne what we would llke to do ln the future and so recall the year we were we are the flrst Freshman class to w1n the HOm6C0m1Hg D9COF3tlOH Contest Wlth the theme Let s Can Those Yellowjackets blsectlng earthworms ln blology 1s educa tional and rather slckemng we are the flrst freshman class to have our own coun c1l members Rlta Baldrldge Ronnle Keene Peggy Peterson Woodv Vtoods and Mary Walker we feel that by worklng as a umt we w1ll succeed' Rlta Baldrldge and Ray Johnson proudly wear the symbols of lung and queen of our freshman dance Sprung Fever F CJW 95 0 0 0 0 1 Oil ?l w ' - ' ' . v 9 . . .v. , , ... , ... . . . . 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Heading thc class ln our second seal of high school xxeie the membels of the Sophomoie Founcil VS oodv VS oods Jack H1ll1l1e1 Dane Bowen Debbie VS alden Malgle Niles and Wlaillyn Mills 1, 67larLwwL60'mlc500Jn,6U1.lL6'nlonq, Sophomores We climb the stairs one bright Septembel morning feeling a little class rings is such a big step tow arcl making us feel like vse belong committee to pick ring Stiles Martha Hoadley Ray Johnson, Sue Haw s, Dick Ream, and Frances Ulsey 3, xl 'NI1 and N115 Cottontall Sue Hats and lack Hllllkei reign ovel the sophomore dance The Bufms Hop as thex hold two wouncei cotton tal s 96 Ranarcl we glxe our second class dance, The Bunny llop again we elect our uith Oscar make textbooks come alixe in health class ue hear teachers tell us to studx, and to plan the iemaining high school years well f: .,1 1 gif .I l - 'I . . 7 7 V I l . Y. " ,. V . ' , b, V 9 A - A -'1 ' A ' ' Q. ld ' I . ' . . ' . H ,, I . 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' 1 f' ,liv 11 . . ., L1 ' I.. 3 I 1 "H V , 1 1 1 f 51 Rita ' " Q1 211111 V111 1 I-lense 'i,:11 Y ovl' 1 Ca1'11' '111 as king' z 1- : 'hile V A11 1 '111' 11111 .lim I'111,5e1' 21111 1111- 1' jul '- "VVe are the girls of Univee High" so sang these "gals" of the University High Senior class during' the 1056 JORDAN- NUS convocation, Posing: bet- ween dances are John Bender, Don Coller, Jack Hilliker, WT- TS Disc Jockey, Gene Sher- man, master of ceremoniesg Gene Reese and Kenny Sparks. fha Klmwwnm, ,70l'l'lD'Uww the Ldmlall Four years of earnest effort in the scholastic area have awarded Joanna Gottfried and Janna Zoe Peake the titles of salutatorian and valedietorian, respectively. These ,fzirls have compiled the highest sfholastic average for four years of anyone in the 1956 graduating c ass. 98 Barbara Craig discovers she has been named 1956 DAR Good Citizen Award Winner as she 1'eads the Uni- vee Quad. Barbara was also the Mon- roe County winner as the result of her score on a written examination. iff' Z , cor-UG' 'Us""fss 44" , kv c f- XJ J The traditional climax to an evening of fun is the after-game dance presented by the seniors. Proceeds are used to support the bulging budget of the class. 602, .Ionic Seniors . . . at last! We find ourselves imagining we see faces of May's grads in the rush between classes, but soon the impact of the realization that we're seniors hits us as we . . . play a little game of give-and-take with Mr. Thurs- ton-equipment-yellow question sheets . . . take hours of tests to find out what we do know, and what we should know . . . sponsor a magazine sale, backed by the officers, class sponsors, and council . . . "produce', the 1956 JOH- DANNUS convo . . . as we order namecards and commence- ment invitations . . . anticipate English research papers . . . measurements are taken for caps and gowns . . . we picnic on the front lawn on Tramp Day . . . memories are spotlighted, and we are filled with pride as we sing our farewell song during the Senior Convo. Then, the Prom . . . and the next day, Baccalaureate . . . then, Senior Week -- the class unites in its final fling climaxed by Commence- ment. Hours of preparation for the moment we clasp our diplomas seem very worthwhile. Four years ago we stood on the threshold of a high school educationg today we stand on the threshold of the world. 3, rw, A - ggi- A V 1 I Q 9 I 9 5 Q 0 ? Q1 KIMBALLP: , 'A -,X ,893 716, FUSE' xx Q5- if. 1 R viii? i ,ff-"ZZ ,-'ff' 7- ,x sw 1 fx 'S JSQSCXQ, U15 4 XXX f ll ,V I fi m ofvvlc nnuennslns Almost as much .1 ptrt of I Qchool as the students themselxes 'are the stores hunks 'md professlon tl men xx ho supplx us xxxth all the necessltles of llfe Actlxe tp petltes deplete grocerles and rest turmts xx hlle fxsnlon con suous teens quleklx xhsorh the lztest ln dresslng modes S lxmg., 18 1 xlt nl Ie nrmng experleme xx hlch the banks offer Doctors and laxxxers these men protect the students bodles 'Ind rlghts Bloomlngton business further 'lids I Schoolers hx xffordmg manx Joh opportunltles Some busl nesses proxnde trunlng, progrims but m'1nx depend on the school to prepare pupils for Jobs ln ill phases of lJUSll'lCSb To complete our gander at ll'llY6I'SltW Hlgh lets take a look at the busmess end of thls xear x Z 1 Z T.L -1 w - . . W , 1 1' ' ' 1 .' .', I '. , 1 . 1 2 v L. D, S . Z SA. . . 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" ..l..,..,....... , 46, . , , , , , 96, D , .' , ,.,.,,,,,,,. 29, 35, 74 , ., " ........-AA- 7 , ' , ,,,,,,,,,, .,,,7.o.,,,,,, 6 3, 78 - , ' ,.., 7 ,,,......,,,, , v , ,,,,r..,..,.,,..,.. . , 6 6 ed J PERSONAL INDEX Baker Ann 13 35 36 37 82 Baker, Mary Susan 8 3 37 44 2 Baldrldge, Rlta 44 46 63 85 9 97 6 Baldwln Mellssa 30 37 40 47 82 Bardwell Betsy 4 46 63 86 108 Baldwell Gale 13 39 63 80 Barker Sarah 35 76 Barnhlll Fred 43 49 Barr Herod lBudj Knot DICE, Bal row Baxrovs Mlchael Barrow Barr ow Bartle Vernal J onquxl Judith 28 39 80 Rlchard 86 112 39 82 Bartlett Marllyn Joan Batchelder 1V1ll1am 55 59 80 Baugh Paul Baxter Sarah Pearl Baxter VS llma Bayless Shaulee Beard karen 115 40 63 39 80 40 74 63 78 Beasley Starleen Beck Robert Bell Charlotte Bell Nona Bender John 41 98 108 86 Bensmger Margaret Kaye 63 78 Bergevm Jullet 8 0 99 82 Berrett Richard 20 35 41 86 Bxdney Martin Blen Elalne Blnkley James 42 105 49 58 59 86 BlSh0p Jade Black Thomas 5 59 8 Boardman Nancle 45 80 Bogash Jerry Bourke Barbara Bowden Charles 43 53 57 58 82 Bowen Davld 26 37 47 49 53 57 58 61 97 86 Bowen John 35 74 35 53 Bray Don Bray Patricia Bridgwater Albert Louis 37 41 4 61 Bridwell Judith Brlscoe Carlisle Britten Ronald Brodie Anne 4 63 97 99 87 Brogneaux Patricia 3 44 47 63 0 Brookshire Robert Brown Bernard Brown Marilyn Kay 8 Brown Trudy 0 Brummett Brenda Brummett William 78 53 Bruner Fred Buehrig Robert 57 87 Buntln Presley 35 40 Burton Ann Bush Byrd Cam Cain Cam Cain Donna Jeanne Dwight Junior Ronald Karen Leon Knot plctj 42 80 Callahan Eunlce May 105 87 Callahan Thelma 39 80 Canlpalgne David 56 76 Campbell Judith 40 45 109 Campbell Kay 22 4 63 87 2 Capps Pamela Carberry Mary Carlson Sylvia Jean 10 13 47 63 Carmony Lowell Carter Dennis 53 57 78 Carter Nancy Carter Thomas Knot plcturedj Chapman Robert Chastain Barbara Knot pictl Chltwood Janet 42 63 80 Christenson Ann Clark Bernard Edwm Clark Carolyn Clark Jack Knot picturedj Cleland Charles KRustyJ 3 42 49 54 58 59 62 82 Cleveland, Libra Jan 8 6 3 47 63 2 Cobey Bruce Knot plcturedj Coen Michael Coffin Gordon 3 36 7 44 46 47 87 Coleman Janet 39 80 Coller David 35 76 Coller, Donald 11 43 54 5 8 62 98 Cook Deborah Cook, Jane 8 16 37 38 4 45, 46 47 63 87 Cook Judith 13 44 63 Cooper Janice Covey Tommy Cox William Crabtree Janet 4 2 107 88 Crafton Wllllam Craig Barbara 3 37 8 Crandall Sharen Craver, James Knot plcturedj Crawford Charles Cresson Barbara 13 35 44 62 63 82 Cresson Elizabeth Donella Katherine Robin Brenda Glenny Richard Roberta Crowe Ruth Crowell Persls Crlder Crosby Crosby Crouch Crouch Crouch Crowe THE WICKS COMPANY Bloomington s Department Store Smce 1876 N01 th Slde of Square Quick Service on Shirts NEW HOME LAUNDRY Third and Lincoln Street , ................................ 82 , ' ,,,, 39, , ............,.., , , ' ' ..,........ ,....,....,,, 7 8 , , ' ................ , . r l -v-- 81 v -----A'----- 9 ---- 79 J 1 501 26, , , 5, , 87 ' , ' -..--,-- , 49, , 5 , 5 , , , 87 ' , ' ..,.i........,..,,,, 76 , ' .... , , , ..i..................... 76 ' , ' .,..,.,.,,,.,,,,.... 78 , ..,. 13, ' , 44, .... , , , , 4 , ' , ....----....A--- 44, 80 7, , , 3 , , , ' , ,,,. 20, 35, 38, 40, , .,.................. 76 , ' ........ , , , 80 6, , , , , i.................,. 76 , ' ........................ 78 , ' ' .... 11, 35, , ' .... , , , .,...................... 74 7, , , , 8 39, , , 82 , ' ' ....,...........,,., 53, 78 ' , ,,,,,,,,,.....,. 74 , .........,.......... 74 , .i.. , 3 , 40, , ....----...,..-.---- 74 , ' ----AA-- , , , , ' ..,.,,,, 7 , 74 , ................,....... 78 , ' ' ............ 41, 76 , ................ 4 , 82 , ' ' , ---- 5, , 3 , , ,..,,.,,,,,,,.., 74 Cassidy, Kay ,,,,.,...... 23, 40, 80 46, 97, 98, 88 , ' ' ,,,, 55, 56, D , .,................ 1. 76 , ........ y .........,.. 7 4 , ....,,.............. 61, 87 ' , ,--... .. , , , -,----4--------- 74 ' , ,,,, 20, 43, 58, ' , ..,.... 1 ............ 76 , .... , , , ' , .... , , 41, 74 , -------- : ----4--------.- 76 , ' ,,,,...... ,,.... 7 6 , .......,............ 41, 74 , ' , ...,..,................. 40 , ..............,.,,,, 40, 80 , .... 35, , ' .,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 74 , ..................A. 63, 73 8, , , , , , , . 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Now is the time to s ' ' unt at one ' 100 EAST IR WOOD ST IRK O D QM lil. KAREN MILLER Late in August and into early September, one I'-School eighth grader was very busy. This "business" was closely connected with her school, because Karen Miller was trying to sell season tickets for UIIS football. She did a good job too. In fact, it was the best. This petite eighth grader out-sold all other students to win a sweater plus the sense ot' a job well done. After just two years, Karen has become quite active in many parts of L'-School life. She has been on the Student Council for two years. She has also served on the Policy Council for the past year. Karen is a music- lover: She plays the trombone and piano. She was librarian of the Varsity Band in seventh grade and also played in the orchestra. Karen graduated to the post of secretary of the band in the eighth grade. In the seventh grade Karen was president of Girl Scout Troop No. 25, president of Harmony Music Club. and member of the Drama Club. While in the eighth grade, she was secretary of Drama Club, president of Harmony Music Club and secretary of her homeroom. After high school, Karen plans toattend Harding Academy and In- diana bniyersity. majoring in medicine. 117 DOCTORS William C. Reed, M.D. 307 East Kirkwood Phone 3110 T. L. Wilson, M.D. 301 East Kirkwood Phone 4948 Floyd Rogers MD 210 North Washington Phone 4235 Hugh S Ramsey, M D 307 East Kirkwood Phone 4900 Neal E Baxter MD 306 East Kirkwood Phone 6161 James N Topolgus, M D 403 North Walnut Phone 4947 Paul E Smith MD 110 South Washington Phone 6053 Barnald Motols Inc Blocks College Shop Bloomington National Bank PATRON'S PAGE W. J. Stangle, M.D. Radiologist Bloomington Hospital Phone 2-1151 DENTISTS Charles R Wylie D D S 10116 North College Phone 2 2244 Richard D Darby D D S 302 East Kirkwood Phone 9141 George W McDaniel, D D S 218 East Kirkwood ATTORNEYS Robert F McCrea 101 North College Phone 4840 Richard L W11der 121 East Kirkwood Phone 2 1961 ADVERTISING INDEX Bloomington Paint and Wallpapei Company Book Nook Chatterbox Citizens Bank 8: Trust Companv Coca Cola Bottling Company Coopers Jevselry C R Bartlett s Dad s Club Dailv Herald Telephone Day Funeral Hom First lNat1onal Bank Gables Codsex s Super Market Hedxicks DX Seivice J C Pennev Sz Company Baseball Cross Countlv Freshmen Basketball Golf Junlor High Basketball Reserve Basketball 118 O I SPORTS John R Flgg Wholesale Grocery Johnson s Creamery Kahns Marshalls Standard Service Modern Cleaners Monloe County State Bank New Home Laundry R 8: S Boot Shop Rone Music Company Southerns Sportmg Goods Star Courier Superior Lumber Compan Times Credit Jewelers Vogue Wlble 8: Adams Wicks Company Williams Jewelry Wlles Photo Supply INDEX Tennis Track Varsity Basketball Varsltv Football Xarslty and Reserve Football Wrestling., I . , . . . , . . - . , . . . . , . . . , . . . 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