University High School - Jordannus Yearbook (Bloomington, IN)
- Class of 1957
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scribed as ll little VV0l'lClL21 world of
kids. lt is ll metropolis of big kids and
little kids, of leaders and followers,
each with his own special interests
and Pl'Ol7lCITlS-CLlCl1 an individual.
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share his interests and solve his proh-
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University School in 1957-1001 in-
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Step lively there' Nursery school children learn these Ghosts and witches give way to bunny rabbits, leopards,
games and dances during their days with els smltns and frogs at this festive Kindergarten Hallowe'en party.
The Nursery School and Kindergarten, the first
step in the U-School ladder, are located on the base-
ment and first floors. Since being away from home
and parents is a new experience for most of the chil-
dren, everything possible is done to effect a smoother
transition from home to school. Under the ever-
watchful, guiding eyes of friendly teachers, the
younger set learns new skills, crafts, and the most
important lesson of all-how to get along with others.
Kindtmutcn md Nursery behool vfmuiigsttrs start their "Wsviider what I can draw today?" Arts and crafts
school day it J 1 in after their older prtdteessors xieate play a nmjur role in the lives of Nursery and Kindergarten
the halls children.
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"1 pledge allegiance to the flag of tlic Unimed States of America." Taking pridu
in their citizenship, Kindcrgurrencrs pnrtiuipnc in daily flag ceremonies undur :lic
leadership of Mrs. Helen Huxol.
Growing boys .ind girls :aku daily naps in tlic younger Slmring Hour tciiclics children to gist Along willi otlicrs
grades. Hcrc, one young Miss catches up on liar beauty around tlicm ns they display "prim-s" lu-fore admiring
Slemen farcy fj'aLes
Patrol boys guard the safety of young
Umvees daily fifth and Sixth grade boys
are entrusted with this honor and respon-
Third graders Betsy Lewis, Roy Hope,
and Cheryl Scnmmon examine the globe in
connection with the elementary foreign
language program at U-School.
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jan Thurston, Billy Peterson, and Dave
Long admire the traditional Christmas
creche of Mrs. Caroline W'ildrick in the
Sixth grade room
U-School includes the elementary set, too,
where youngsters learn the 3 R's plus extras
like music, art, and simple foreign language
courses. The elementary school tries to present
a well-rounded program for each child, and
to provide him with a good background for
his high school work of the future.
Parties and convocations spice the life of
the elementary student, as well as combined
class activities such as songfests and dancing
groups. From arithmetic to art, from spelling
to Spanish, from singing to science, and from
reading to recreation, the young Univees
build knowledge to carry them through the
early years to the final six grades.
A group of young scholars apply themselves to the task
at hand. Along with the three R's, Second graders begin
early to learn good study habits.
"Pronounce the 'o' as in oldf' teaches Fourth grade music
teacher, Mrs. W'innifred McGinnis.
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Seventh graders begin their "core curriculum" studies in language arts
and social studies which will carry them through high sclmnl history and
Inset, Tom Lauer and Kathleen Snow, Seventh graders.
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The junior High members of the Student
Council buy a 1957 ,IORDANNUS from
Ann Smith. The book is to be sent to
tht- Student Councilk foster child, Ger-
Seventh and lfighth graders enjoy a game
of cards at the annual junior High party.
It's their first taste of the social side of
Seventh graders Wfayne W'itmer and
jimmy Cook are late to class .us they try
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Fresh out of elementary school, the new junior High
student is faced with ll completely new curriculum.
New lockers, class changes, and no recesses greet the
new Seventh grader. After a few days he becomes used
to the new arrangement and learns the new system.
There are parties and dances on weekends, and newly-
begun homework assignments fill week-nights. The
junior High years seem to have passed quickly, and by
the time he hnishes Eighth grade, he has been introduced
to the social whirl and is ready for high school life.
The Junior High Stuck Band, directed by Robert
Hull, music instructor, played for the junior
high party in the cafeteria.
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After football and basketball games, students flocked to the
cafeteria to one of a score of dances. Nearly every club, class, or
organization presented a dance, making empty Friday nights rare.
Graduates of U-School returned in the fall for Homecoming to
see the Univees play Harry Wood of Indianapolis, and to Witness
the crowning of Susie Baker as Homecoming Queen. Loyal students
staged a bonnre rally before the game and formed a car parade to
rry ll tnti l ia Bell dance to the Rusty Cleland and Betty jean Marshall relax from the
hit surroundtd by a ring of admirers. excitement of ri ball game at the dance afterward.
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The cliss of 1960, the Freshmen, captured the Homecom-
ing llecunitionx Award for Iliff- with this front-lawn display.
Before the Hnmecoming game with Inclizinapolis XVond, the
Univee f.ll1N ,ittended .1 bonfire pep rally sponsored by the
The Homecoming Queen caiididates pose before the winner
is nnnnuneetl. Shown are Susie linker, Nunn Bull, Barham
Clrexwn, Suaie iiqsum, and Susie Weiser, with escorts Tom
Clirter, Don lfllmn, ,lim Ternian, Phil Karsell, and jan
Dr. Otto Hughes, principal, crowns Homecoming Queen
Susie Baker at halftime of the Homecoming game.
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Eluding a pursuing tackler,
Tom Weir rounds the end on
his way for a profitable gain.
George Dunn and Charles Eng-
lish form interference for him.
Dick Walker, after shaking
himself out of the backfield
scramble, is led by lineman jay
Suer as he rounds right end with
clear ground ahead.
Assistant coach Al Gallo takes
advantage of a breathing spell in
the midst of a tough practice to
give some pointers on the next
ramafic lprocluefions alofivafe
Bud McFall, as Henry Chambers in the Jordan Jester presentation of "What A Lifelu, watches co-actors Kaye Bensinger,
Heather Hall, John Mahan. and Mike Meyers decide his fate in the hilarious comedy.
U-School,s dramatic group, the Jordan Jes-
ters, and the national honorary, the Thespians,
presented two plays for the public this year.
The first semester revealed "What a Lifef, the
comic story of mystery and intrigue in a
modern high school. "Arsenic and Old Lacel'
filled the auditorium the second semester. It
was the story of two old maid sisters who put
lonely men out of their misery with poisoned
The Junior Drama Club, the junior high
equivalent of the Jordan Jesters, presented
"The Emperor's New Clothes," a royal hoax
concerning invisible cloth.
Mary ,Io Hilr and Cynthia Hoadley put the Hnal touches
of make-up on John Bowen on the night of "W'hat a Life."
Tim Rose, the emperor in the
Junior Drama Club's presenta-
tion of "The Emperor's New
Clothes,', gestures benevolently
as his court of John Bowen, Tim
Lemon, Bob Appelman, Julie
Will, Craig Moody, Sharon Lar-
son, Tom Lauer, Judith Leight-
man, and Jane Dunn watch
Gasping in horrified amaze-
ment, Dick McFall as Mortimer
Hnds a body in the window seat,
with Mike Myers as Teddy bu-
gling, and Ann Smith as Aunt
Abby watching, in a rehearsal
scene of the hilarious Jordan
Jesters production of "Arsenic
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Each of the four senior high classes has as
a steering committee either a representative
council or officers. The responsibilities of these
students, elected by their classmates, include
plans for class activities and projects.
The Senior Class officers handled the com-
mencement arrangements and information
concerning colleges which was sent to all
The quartet of junior officers directed the
Prom and Junior-Senior banquet plans, the
two class dances, and other fund-raising proj-
ects which included a Cakewalk in February.
Choosing the rings the sophomores will wear all through
high school are these members of the ring committee, Char-
lotte Ellson, Janice Witmer, jay Suer, jackie Harrell, and
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Elected to lead the juniors this year are Susie Weiser,
treasurerg Lane Hicks, vice-presidcntg jan vanwagtendonk,
presidentg and Susie Moss, secretary.
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The Sophomore Council was responsible for
its class dance, funds, and activities. Jay Suer,
Bud McFall, Tom Marshall, Dave Rich, Tom
Stempel, Jackie Harrell, Janice Witmer, and
Charlotte Ellson served during 1956-57.
Eight freshmen served on the Freshman
Council this year to direct the ninth graders
in plans for the first class dance, "Rhapsody
in Blue." Beth Cresson, Barb Steele, Jane
Steinbeck, Ron Rostorfer, Toivo Raun, Chris
McEvoy, Alison Householder, and Bill Snyder
were elected to the Council.
The Senior Class officers for 1957 are Ch.u'les Bowden,
treasurerg Dave Foster, presidentg Bill Krueger, vice-presh
dent: Barb Creswon, secretary.
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Ciirls' orientation class learns the principles of cililenship .ind lmitlersliip from Miss Dlllly l.lL'lKL'y, clean of girls. ll-llk'M'
future lenders also discussed the problems that they will encounter later in high school.
Sophomore cross-country star Bud McFall finishes a hard two-mile race. Bud's
second place led the squad to a team victory.
The UHS cross-country team
had its most successful season in
four years, winning two and
losing four dual meets, and
placing sixth in the Shortridge
Invitational. Three runners will
graduate, but the bulk of the
improving team, six sophomores
and two freshmen, will remain
for next season.
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A cross-country meet is usually run on a city golf course. Here, at the Franklin meet, Bud McFall, Dick McFall, and
Paul Irwin run a close second, third, and fourth in the final stretch.
The wrestling team lines up across che mat from their Kenny Webb hoists himself and rival Bob Boruff of
cross-town rivals, Bloomington High, for introductions. B.H.S. OH the mat, on his way to a win by a decision.
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The UHS wrestling team started
the season this year with a new
coach, Willitlm Garland. Coach
Garland had the services of eight
returning veterans as the nucleus
of the squad.
The Univees won their first
three consecutive meets, and Hn-
ished the season winning seven,
losing four, and tieing one.
The team placed sixth in the
sectional, with senior Charles Bow-
den placing third in the 165-pound
class, and junior Kenny Webb
winning the 175-pound division.
Webb, however, was eliminated in
the Hrst round of the State meet.
ln a practice session the grapplers apply
maneuvers like take-downs, sit out escapes,
.md figure-four holds to their te.1min.1res.
Cprograms rovi e Jfal
The Radio Club, sponsored by
E. Wayne Gross, spent its time
tinkering with tubes, crystal
sets, and other electronic para-
The Typing Club primarily
serves the needs of students who
wish to learn typing but are un-
able to schedule it as a class.
Sophomore Phil Curry, junior Phil Karscll,
and senior lilinbeth Yorn study the intricacies
of ix "l1nm" radio set in the Radio Club.
The Art Club, under the
sponsorship of Charles Beal, was
in charge of painting a mural
for the Rec Room.
The Future Nurses Club en-
joyed a revival this year after a
two-year absence from the club
lists. Miss Marcella Knudson,
school nurse, is sponsor of the
band-aid and scalpel crew.
Guiding the mass of wet clay into 3 work
of .irt is freshman Robert Alexander. The
piece of pottery is one of his Art Club
Judy Cook, Margie McCord, and jane Stangle, members
of the Future Nurses Club, work on a club project, the
making of Christmas favors for hospital trays.
The junior High jazz Club rips through gi stock arrange-
ment of an old standard during one of the monthly club
The Chess Club, though still a relatively
young club at U-School, enjoyed Wide popu-
larity, Members vied for ranking with each
other in the numerous tournaments during
the year. The club also participated in some
of the activities of the I.U. chess team, and
Valdar Cinas, freshman, distinguished him-
self by beating Al Horowitz, U.S. Open chess
champion, in an exhibition tournament at
The junior High Dance Band, organized
by Robert Hull, furnished music for the
Junior High Dancing Club and various other
Milo Sampson and Valdar Oinas kibitz Bill B:itehelder's
game, as he counters his opponent's move in one of the
Chess Club's tournaments,
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The Latin Club climaxed its
second year of activity with a
Roman banquet, complete with
reclining diners in togas and a
crew of kitchen slaves.
The Future Teachers, U-
School,s aspiring pedagogues,
toured county schools and in-
vestigated teaching careers.
The Future Homemakers, a
perennially favorite club, spon-
sored demonstrations and lec-
tures for its members, as well as
an after-game dance.
The Senior Athletics Club
offered intramural sports to all
boys, regardless of ability.
The Outdoor Sportsmen's
Club was an outlet for hunting
and fishing enthusiasts.
lvlembers of the Typing Club keep in
shape by typing designs on their papers.
The club is for students who are unable
to fit typing into their regular schedule.
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W'alter Gray, sponsor of the junior High
Rifle Club, describes the action of a .22
rifle to the engrossed members.
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At noon Univees head for the
popular Rec Room to play ping-
pong and dance to the juke box.
The Student Council - manned
snack bar provides ever-hungry
students with candy, gum, and
other nibbling food.
The GAA, founded in 1943, is
an organization for any girl who
is interested in sports. Nearly one
hundred-fifty members partici-
pated in the thirteen sports this
year, from bowling to shuflleboard
to basketball. Points earned by at-
tendanee result in awards, from
membership to the coveted gold
key, given for the fun and effort.
During tlie last half of each luneli hour, the iulce box is always busy providing
dance music for energetic students who like to dance.
Charlotte lfllson expresses her surprise at a session of GAA bowling at a local bowling alley. Roberta Crowe, Rosalie
Noel. and Sara l-'llis .ll"Cl1lI so impressed.
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Tom Hensley discuss the merits
of the record they are about to
put on the phonograph for the
Paul Goodman looks on as
Tom Weir and Fred Barnhill
give instructions on tying fish-
ing flies at the Outdoor Sports-
Members of the Tri-Hi-Y
Girls' Chorus gather around the
piano. These girls were U-
School's only chorus and sang at
rojecfs op Qdgen as
The Jazz Club grew so large this year it
had to be split in two groups, one for the
rock-and-rollers, the other for fanciers of
cool, modern sounds.
The Bridge Club, a new innovation at
UHS, operated in three sections.
The Tri-Hi-Y again sponsored Religious
Emphasis Week and various service projects.
The Junior Academy of Science investi-
gated things scientific and heard guest lec-
The Projectors Club made good use of its
skill by showing movies to U-School classes.
The Bookstore served the needs of students
for everything from paper clips to rare third-
year language books.
Steve W'eiser, one of the students who works in the book-
store, waits on Dun Rothmuller, Karen Larson, Nancy Ir-
win, and Susie Moss.
The lunch period is over, and students mill about at the
foot of the stairs, getting in a few bits of conversation
before returning to classes.
Miss Josephine Spear instructs members of the Bridge
Club in totaling the points in their hands. john M.1h.m.
Alice Turner, Suvy Duty, and Tom Hensley watch.
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Basketball Coach Al Gallo
reads the first half statistics to
the team during the half-time
break. With this information he
points out weak spots in the
Free throws are of utmost im-
portance, especially in a close
game, Here, guard Pat Hoadley
takes careful aim for a shot in
the Bloomington High game.
Big Rusty Cleland, high scor-
ing center, retrieves a rebound
in the B. H .S. game. Tom
Scheussler, who once scored 40
points in one game, stands ready
to take Rusty's pass.
The Univees started the season under Coach
Al Gallo with three returning lettermen. The
team was again one of the tallest in the areag
its starting Five averaged about 6 ft. 2 in.
The team had a knack for losing the Close
games, losing eight by four points or less.
The Univees pulled a couple of minor upsets
by beating Gosport and Solsberry.
Tom Schuessler scored 40 points against
Charleton for a new single game scoring
mark, and Rusty Cleland scored 351 points
for a new season scoring record.
The Univees had a 6-12 record for the
season and lost their first game in the See-
tional to Smithville.
Center Rusty Cleland controls a tip and Bill Krueger
jumps to receive it. Iliek Meliall, lioh Vl'ylie, .xml severil
Gosport players poise for aeiinn.
agers osf 6- 72 eason
Clad in red and white, the Booster Club members enthusiastieally baek the Univees, here, .it a basketball rilm. This was
the tlub's second active year, organizing early for fall football games.
In February the Student Council sponsored the annual locker clean
drive. Spearheading the campaign were Ann Baker, Susie W'eiser, M
-lolinson, and George Dunn, chairman.
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The Student Council, as usual,
had its H11 of projects and prob-
lems such as the parking situation,
a Christmas party and convo, and
For the benefit of teenage driv-
ers, the Metropolitan Youth Coun-
cil has given a monthly award to
the top teen driver. It attempted
to promote a drag strip, but did
not gain sufficient support to build
The Policy Council is responsible
for the new club program and a
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Checking Lane Hicks' driving skill for the MYC driving K. B. Thurston briefs his Senior government class for
lest are ,laniee W,lIl11Cf, Milo Sampson, Steve Xveiser, and a test, as the near-graduates prepare now for their part
Patty llrogneaux. as good citizens in their communities.
Robert Hull rehearses members of the Varsity Band in a detailed run-through nf numbers on the
prugrgun for the Music Department's annual Christmas Concert. The band alxn presented .1 Spring
Concert on May 3.
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Russell Spannuth illustrates the use of Ll quadratic equa- Freshmen Leslie Manifold, Bill Neberg.lll, Nina Neel.
tion in advanced algebra class, a course for juniors and .ind Ralph Seifert inspect, as Ll part uf biology class, a potted
seniors interested in higher math courses. plant in the greenhouse.
M-ScAoolL Classes VGIDCZV
Driver training teacher Wal-
ter Gray prepares to take sopho-
mores Jeanne Byrd, John Woo-
den, and Bill Brummett for
their skills test.
Marcia Meyer, Jean Carlson,
Barb Dcckard, Susie Moss, Nan-
cy Huntington, and Sharon
Bemis take dictation during
Deniese McDaniel and Gale
Bardwell pound out a ring in the
jewelry center of the shop as a
project for allied arts.
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During a home room period Miss Josephine Spear, sopho-
more sponsor gives Robbie Leonard some help on class
scheduling for second semester.
University School offers a highly compre-
hensive curriculum with major fields in Eng-
lish, mathematics, science, foreign language,
social studies, allied arts, home economics, and
business. Students also have opportunity to
take courses in health and physical education,
band, orchestra, driver education, journalism,
speech, and library science. Such a diversity
of subject matter helps a student prepare for
either college or a career.
The U-School cafeteria provides ever-hungry students with nourishing meils 1 i nominil priet lhe Student Council
this year has been collaborating in the planning of menus.
Phil Egan and Pat Hoadley practice a doubles serve behind
school in preparation for an impending tennis meet.
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The 1957 track team looked
forward to a better than average
season. The team had four re-
turning lettermen plus other
line prospects. There were eight
scheduled meets this year.
John Ray, math instructor,
became the new tennis coach in
1957. Bill Batchelder, Rusty
Cleland, Pat Hoadley, and Don
Mills were returning lettermen.
The team had a ten-meet sched-
ule which was the largest in
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Bowden during a relay exchange at track
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lines up a long putt during golf practice at the Cascades
Frank Smith, math instructor and the golf
coach, had 15 boys out for golf this year.
The season was considered to be a building
season since the team consisted of mainly
freshmen and sophomores. The team had
eight scheduled meets plus the sectional.
In 1957 the baseball team sported new uni-
forms. The prospects for the season were very
good with Elvin Hankins, Dave Rich, Milo
Sampson, Bob Williams, and Bob Wylie re-
turning as lettermen. The team played a
16-game schedule which was the fullest in
Bob Wylie limbers up by pitching to George Dunn in an
after school practice session behind school.
At the print shop, the five QUAD editors are Alice Strain,
Put Brogneaux, Tiiu Raun, jean Carlson, and Kay Campbell.
University School makes available to the
future journalists of the student body an
extensive publications program. Beginners
in the field take a class in journalism, where
they absorb fundamentals in writing, edit-
ing, make-up, and advertising. The neo-
phyte journalists then have the opportu-
nity to work on the school's bi-weekly
newspaper, the UNIVEF QUAD. As staff
members they then spend from a semester
to a year in such positions as reporter and
assistant section head. From there, they
may be advanced to section editorships, or
even to a spot on the "big three"-as news
editor, managing editor, or editor-in-chief.
Ipughcafions eelo Sfuden if
QUAD Staff members J. T. Whlrring, john Mahan, Jean Carlson, Ann Christemon, Carolyn Xlfoods, jim Terman, Dave
Campaigne, Ron Rostorfer, Susie Moss, Nancy Xventworth, Pat Brogneaux, Dan Mel'heron, Kay Campbell, Tiiu llaun, and
Tom Hudson reveiw the QUAD which has just come out.
The other important part of
the UI-IS publications program
is the school yearbook, the
JORDANNUS. A staff which
numbered 35 this year was re-
sponsible for telling the story of
the school year 1956-57.
Top journalism students are
elected to the Quill and Scroll,
international journalism honor-
An annual banquet closes the
publications year, at which new
editors are announced and
achievement awards are pre-
The five ,IORIJANNUS editors, looking
over copy, .IFC George Dunn, lhrb Cresson,
Don lllson, .lim Terman, llenicse McDan-
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Several members of the -IORDANNUS staff do various tasks necessary for the production of the NIORDANNUS. Shown
are Ifllen Maloney, Cynthia Iloadlcy, Tiiu Raun, Mary jo Hilt, jackie Harrell. and -lill Hilliker.
Pago th irfy-f:'a'c'
Richard Muller. class salutatorian,
explains .I formula to Roger Culliey,
eniors njocy jAemse ves
During the Freshman year, the Class of '57
spent much of its time organizing and work-
ing on the dance, "Blue Heaven."
As sophomores, they selected rings, worked
on Homecoming decorations, and sponsored a
dance called the "Levi Leap."
In the junior year, they broke the standing
traditions of a Junior Carnival and class dues.
As a Way of obtaining money, they set up the
Junior XVork Days in which members of the
class earned money for the class by Working
on Saturdays. Their main project was the
junior Prom which featured the Ron Stack
Octet and had as its theme "Stairway to the
Bob W'alden was elected by his classmates as the dele-
gate to the United Nations. Bob spent three days on .1
whirlwind Itllll' of the United Nations Buildings and New
Nancy Huntington was the 1957 recipient of the Good
Citilenship Award at UfSchool. The award is sponsored
each vear by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Bob XVylie was elected by the U-Men to receive the annual
Al Herman award for a senior boy who lettered in three
sports. Bob lettered in football, basketball, and baseball.
The class of '57, which through the years
earned for itself the title "Tradition Break-
ers," started its last year off by sponsoring the
annual magazine sale to help Hnance the
school paper and various classes. Seniors were
also in charge of several after-game dances.
Toward the end of the first semester, the
whole class groaned and wheezed through a
battery of assorted aptitude tests.
In March, Career Day prepared the almost-
grads for the cruel world ahead. The final
two months were one endless rush as seniors
struggled with English research papers, phy-
sics and chemistry projects, etc.
Before leaving for the merriment of Senior
Week, the class gave its last production for
the student body, the Senior Convo. This was
followed by the solemnity of Baccalaureate
Pam Moody and Dave Foster were elected to reign as
Queen and King of the 1956 junior Prom "Stairway to the
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U-School's 1001 students each has special
interests and activities. To provide for these in-
terests, a full program of clubs and activities
has been set up.
There are 33 clubs which meet for two hours
each month. There are eight honorary or elective
organizations for outstanding students. U-School
competes in eight varsity sportsg 90 per cent of
the boys go out for a sport in high school. At
intervals, convocations are given by special in-
Each student belongs at U-Schoolg Nursery
School through Eighth grade, Freshman through
Senior-14 grades . . . 1001 special interests.
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National Honor Society
jim Terman, Roger Cuffey, Rusty Cle-
land, and Nancy Huntington.
Firxf row: jane Dunn, Tom Hudson, Kaye
Bensinger, Susie Baker, and Ann Baker.
Serum! row: Miss Martha jane Risser,
Miss jean Ann jessup, Miss Josephine Spear
and Mrs. Nelda Christ. Tlrril row: Phil
Ksrsell, Steve W'eiser, George Dunn, and
Mr. Robert Pabst.
First row: Patty Brogneaux, Robin Cros-
by, Lane Hicks, and David Mercer. Swami
raw: Janice Witmier, Lynn Gillintt, Bill
Batchelder, Steve Weiser, and Milo Samp-
Ifirisl 1'ou': George Dunn, vice president, Ann Baker, secretary: Susie Baker, treasurer and Steve XVeiser, president.
Swnml rout Allan Marshall, W'ayne W'itmer, Tom Lauer. Robbie Leonard, Amy Hazelrigg, ilane Dunn, Karen Miller,
Carol Andres, Ruth Laves, and Tom Hudson. Tlliril mu: Robin Crosby, ,lim Topolgus, Bobby Brookshire, Susie
Gaston. Susie NX'eiser, Nancy Bailey, Peggy Laves, Kay Dekle, Denny llale, and Howard Smith. l'.IllI7'ff7 rule: Bob
W'ylie, Dave lioster, Mike johnson, Russell Spannuth, Lowell Carmony, Ann Schell, Cynthia Headley, Kaye Ben-
singer, Kathleen Snow, and P. T. Buntin. Iiiflfl rout Charles Bowden, .lim Terman, Bill Batehelder, .Iohn Mahan,
Barb Cresson, Phil Karsell, Ann Smith, Sally Femal, Jeanne Byrd, Carolyn NX'oods, and ilan vanXX'agtemlonk.
First rnu': Cammie Adams, Leah McCrayel, Francie Dugger, ,lane Tomas, Barbara MeCrea, Amy Ilavelrigg, Marcia
Myer, Linda Schweitzer, and Kay Campbell. Swoml 1'01l'I Rosalie Noel, Judy May, Rada VVillis, Karen Miller, ,lean
Carlson, Helen Meiflennen, Ann Baker, Alane Stangle, and Nona Bell. Third' mir: Rose Vfebb, Ruth Laves, Susie Cas-
lon, Ruth Kenter, .laniee W'itmer, Sandy Thompson, Leslie Manifold. Lucy Merritt, Kay Uekle, Susie Baker, and ,lane
Steinbeck. Fllllffb row: Cindy Curtis, janet McDaniel, Ann Smith, julie Bcrgevin, Ann Coby, Sandy Bemis, Ursula
Cauer. june Seagers, Pam Moody, and Meredith Kirkpatrick.
First TOM? Joe White, Lincoln Foster,
Steven Miller, jerry Bobilya, Danny Mc-
Pheron, Chris Mclivoy, and David Hunt-
er. SPVOIIAI' row: Clay Williams, Ray Sny-
der, Ricky Newton, Jerry Smallwood,
Dave Foster, john Wright, Malcolm Wed-
dington, and Robin Crosby. Third row:
Martin Fitzgerald, David Coller, Harold
Pate, Charles Miller, Tommy Huntington,
Bob Williams, Bob Dodds, Bob W'ylie, Bob
lilam, and jack Evans.
First row: Judy Cook, Betsy Staniunas,
Ingrid Winther, David MeCosh, Judy
Bridwell, and Maria Hreha. Svroml row:
Sigrid Frenz, Penny Junker, Barbara Steele,
Ann Christenson, Melissa Baldwin. Nancy
Wentworth, and Heather Hall. Third row:
Nick Fattu, Paul Frenz, Tom Stempel,
Lynn Gilliatt, Margaret Bouvier, and joan
Firsi row: Charles May, Thelma Callahan,
Kay Cassidy, George Ann Walker, Pearl
Baxter, Leah MeGrayel, Rosa Lee Mead-
ows, Susie Weiser, Peggy Richardson, Kay
Dekle, Marilyn Brown, and George Sparks.
Srroml row: Susie Gaston, Ruth Dyer,
judy May, Rada Willis, Nancy MeClary,
Althura Stillions, Sue jean, Becky Abram,
Mary Sikes, Clara Lee Shadley, Ruth Mul-
lis, and Karen Laws. Tlwinl row: Myra
Robinson, Shirley Webb, Sandy Thompson,
Rosalie Noel, janet McDaniel, David Kas-
low, Janet Coleman, Janet Jacobs, Judy
Penrose, Doris Moore, and jack Hawkins.
Fourllw row: Dave Martin, Bill Nebergall,
jack Abram, Danny Abram, lan van
Wagtendonk, Charles Bowden, Robert
Deekard, Kenny Webb, Jack Clark, David
Dixon, and Mark Goodwin.
l'ii'tl r'un': lliek Meliill, Toni Stempel,
Kaye liensinger, Helen Mefllennen, Mike
Myers, .ind Ann linker. Smviml ron: Ann
Smitli. Pliil Knrsell, Ann Coby, George
Dunn, P.nn Moody. .ind Alice Strain.
I-'irvf rout Robert.: Crowe, Sigrid Iirenv,
kllltillll Miliwn, M.1ry -In llilt, l'lllL'Il Ma-
loney, Cllmrlotte lfllson, .lmekie Harrell,
linda Seliweiwer, .ind .ludy Otteson. Xu'-
rulil mir: Mike Myers, Lane llieks, Bud
Melitll, Audree Hedges, Susie Moss, Peggy
Merrill, V.tlerie Milisen, Alice Turner,
Rutli Crowe, P.ttty lirognenux, and Helen
Meiflennen, Tfvrif ron: Dick Mellill, Mike
-lolinson, Alolin RiLll'LlS, qlnniee XX'itmer,
,le.inne liyrd, Kay Baird, lfmily Griffin,
li.irlv.1r.1 Mooney, K.iye liensinger, and
Alice Strain. lfrmrllv rnzr: Phil Knrsell,
-Iulie liergevin, Ann Smitli, George Dunn,
l5.n'lm.ir.i Cresson, ,lill Hilliker, ,l. T. Wair-
ring, Paul lirenv, Ann Goby, Pam Moody,
,lune Seagers, Missy lialdwin, Ciyntliirt
llondley, .ind Toni Stempel.
lfirvf rozv: C.nnmie Adgtinv, Francie Dug-
ger, ,lame Tlimnns, Amy Huelrigg, Bixrlnara
McCre.x, Ingrid wllIIll1CF, Karen Miller,
Alice Swnrtliout, Nancy Young, Sarah
Barker, .md l5.irb41r.1 Bailey. Srroml mir:
llivid Meflosli, Ralph Seifert, Sherry
Myers, XV.ind.1 W'.ill.iee, Mary Susan Wil-
liams, ,lim Hinkley, Tom M.irsli.1ll, Larry
Kronenlvurger, l.eslie Manifold, and -lnnet
ll.iys. 'Iifvlril ron: Gloria Geiger, Judy
Rogers, l5.1rlur.t Steele, Ann Cliristenson,
l.uey Merritt, Rutli Ann Vin Nostrand,
Sunnne 'l'lir.is.lier, Alison Householder, and
llClll Ciresson, lfnnrlfr row: Lucille Gibson,
ciCUFgl.lI1I1.l Snow, .leri ll.1.tk, Karen lfislier,
Alolin M.1li.in, Meredith Kirkp.i1rick, ,lane
Sieinlweek, l,ynn Clilliitr, Polly Crowell,
and Bill tfrnfton.
First row: George Sparks, F. G. Summitt,
Jocelyn Hinds, Jim Binkley, Tom Marshall,
Deanna Head, and Nancy Kelley. S1'c'rmd
raw: Evelyn Meyer, Russell Spannuth,
Tommy Huntington, David Kaslow, Doug
Rae, Hazel Cuffey, Mike Johnson, and
Tiiu Raun. Third row: John Sewell, Eric
Martz, Teddy Stevens, Roger Cuffey, Jan
vanWagtendonk, Don Sauvain, Pat Hoad-
ley, and Ted Legge.
First 7010! Steve Miller, Ronnie Alexander,
Elizabeth Zorn, Tom Petry, Danny
Haynes, and Fred Barnhill. Svroml row:
Howard Smith, Ray Sehnider, Stan Wil-
son, Charles O'Neal, Donny Mills, Danny
Leightman, and Dave Mercer. Third row:
Clay Williams, Bill Crafton, Ronnie Brit-
ten, Phil Curry, Paul Irwin, John Wright,
Jim Kutche, and Cecil Mullis. Fuurih row:
Fric Neumann, Paul Goodman, Charles
Miller, Phil Karsell, J. T. Warring, Charles
Jacobs, and Jerry Etnier.
Fin! row: Carolyn Clark, Joan Abbott,
Judy Robertson, Marie Wilbur, Judy Lowe,
Brian Martz, and Martin Bidney. Second
r0u': Connie Rogers, Connie Adams, Jim
Jacobs, Suan Hooten, Norma Smith, Joanne
Carter, Madeline Abbitt, and Patti Bray.
Third row: Linda Swaflord, Hazel Cuffey,
Mary Lou Schramm, Eric Martz, Russell
Elkins, Ursula Cauer, Judy Barrow, Sandy
Bemis, Margaret Bouvier, and Jocelyn
Fin! row: Myra Robinson, Polly Crowell,
Alison Householder, Jane Stanglc, Kay
Dekle, Janet McDaniel, Lynne Gilliatt,
Mary Jo Hilt, Karen Miller, Carolyn
Wrwods, and Joan Abbott. Second row:
Janet Hays, Susan Wedge, Mary Susan
Williams, Ingrid Winther, Francie Dugger,
Jane Thomas, Marcia Meyer, Nancy Young,
Alice Swarthout, Judy Talbot, Bonnie
Haynes, Kay Campbell, Janet Chitwood,
Susie Weiser, and Nancy Kelley. Tbiril
row: Sherry Myers, Barbara Bailey, Karen
Smith, Sara Ellis, Ramona Noel, Barbara
McCrea, Sigrid Frenz, Jackie Harrell, Jean
Carlson, Sandy Bemis, Wanda Wallace,
Margaret Bouvier, Ruth Dyer, Susie Gas-
ton, Judy May, Patty Phillips, Karen
Laws, Sarah Barker, and Glenna White.
Fourth row: Lucy Merritt, Leslie Mani-
fold, Shirley Webb, Pearl Baxter, Connie
Rogers, Barbara Steele, Ruth Ann Van
Nostrand, Beth Cresson, Jill Hilliker, Ann
Crowell, Alice Turner, Leah McGrayl,
Nina Neel, Ann Christenson, Ruth Kenter,
Susie Moss, Nancy Wentworth, Rosalie
Noel, and Mary Lynn Schramm. Fiflb
row: Sharon Murphy, Georgianna Snow,
Marilyn Regester, Betty Jean Marshall,
Sandy Thompson, Susie Doty, Alice Strain,
Sally Eemal, Pauline Smith, Ann Smith,
Helen McClennen, Ann Goby, Barbara
Cresson, Gale Bardwell, Pat Junker, Val-
erie Milisen, Peggy Merritt, Sharon Bemis,
Janet Alexander, Carolyn Wheeler, Con-
nie Adams, and Judy Robinson.
Fin! row: Judy Cook, Margie McCord,
Nancy Boardman, and Laveta Yoder. Ser'-
ovul row: Deanna Head, Carole Weddle,
Sarah Ellis, Kay Campbell, and Karen
Simms. Third row: Pat Junker, Gale
Bardwell. Susie Doty, Nancy Wentworth,
and Jane Stangle.
First row: Bob Chapman, James Jacobs,
Jim Meadows, Glen Crouch, Charles May,
John Muller, Bob Robinson, Don Lawson,
and Walter Hoskins. S1'r'om1 row: Ronnie
Kinser, Doug Rolfe, Bill Cox, Danny
McPhcron, Alton Mood, Dean McElhin-
ney, Joe O'Conncr, Jerry Smallwood, Lavon
Kinser, and Joe Loop. Tbinl row: Paul
Hobbs, Richard Houshour, Danny Al-
bright, Ronny Wickens, Tim Fagan, David
Hunter, Larry Miller, Martin Fitzgerald,
Malcolm Weddington, and Jerry Bobilya.
Fourllv row: Bob Hammond, Ronnie Alex-
ander, Charles Hodge, Paul Baugh. Carlisl
Briscoe, Wilmer Hatchett, Harold Pate,
Tony Elvnn, Dave Dixon, and Chuck
Flaugh. Fiflb row: Robin Crosby. Billy
Gilliland, David Martin, Tony Robinson,
Elvin Hankins, Phil Galyan, John Dollens,
Russell Elkins, and Mark Goodwin. Sixilw
row: Elvin Hankins, John Hershman,
Kenny Webb, Bob Williams, Charles Ene-
lish, Garv Marten, Danny Abram, Jack
Abram. David Grubb. Don Gross, Robert
Deckard, and Jack Clark.
lfirxl rout Peter Vitaliano, Anne Binkley, Harlan Neawedde, Steve Clark, jim Binkley, Dick Luft, Sally Vinstcin,
liric Schweitzer, Mcrilynn Beard, Martha Taekitt, and Sharen Crandall. Serum! rout Steve Tackitt, -ludy lil-
nmre, Dick Scritchfield, Laird Kirkpatrick, ,lane Steinbeck, Anne Young, Dan McClintock, Tom Sonneborn,
Larry Pennington, and Judy Vitaliano. Tlriril ruuf: Rose Webb, Bernie Brown, David McMullen, Craig Moody, Ted
Stevens, P. T. Buntin, john Wocudeii, Bob McCoy, Dick Allen, XVarren W'elpott, and Mr. Ilull. liollrffv ruu': W'aml.t
X3C'allace, jim Neawedde, Ann Burton, F. G. Summitt, Bob Beck, Marvin Hammond, james Applewhite, Ted
Vaughn, and Suzanne Thrasher.
Iffllflf row: Melissa Baldwin, Martin Bidney, Nancy Irwin, and Meredith Kirkpatrick, Swrrml mu: Amy Ilazclrigg,
Evelyn Meyer, Steve Clark, ,lane Steinbeck, Don Sauvain, Kyril Magg, Sylvia Doty, and Sharilee Bayless. Burk row:
Dick Loft, Bob McCoy, Alice Strain, Dan Rothmuller, Mrs. Hazelrigg, and juan Velten.
First mir: Denny Hale, Alton Mood, Joe
Loop, Tom Carter, Tom Schucssler, Kirk
Mee, Paul lfllis, Dodd lidington, David
XVheeler, and jim Swarthout. Swvlld row:
Susie Baker, Patty Phillips, judy Anderson,
janet Ridge, Clifford Curry, Tom Hudson,
Susie Dugger, Dick W'alker, and Jonquil
Bartle. Tlviril row: Tom Hensley, Carolyn
Nwhecler, Nona Bell, Ron Rostorfer, Rose
Marie W'ebb, Tiiu Raun, Ruth Kenter,
Nancy Kelley, and Glenna White. Faurllr
rout Dennis Carter, john W'ooden, Bruce
Temple, Phil Reed, Mike Timms, Bill
Snyder, Denese McDaniel, -Ierri Ftnier
janet Chitwood, Par Murphy, Pat Hoadley,
and Pat Smith. Fifffa r'ou': Prank Horack,
David Cainpaigne, john Wright, Gary
Marten, David Maas, Don lillson, Tony
XVheeler, David Mercer, and Steve Wfeiscr.
Sixlfv row: Bill Pope, Jay Suer, Phil Curry,
Doug Rae, Paul Irwin, jim Neawedde,
Rusty Cleland, Jim Terman, Richard
Crouch, and Terry Mclilhinney.
lfzril rout Charles O'Neal, Daniel Haynes,
Tim Fagan, Bob Robinson, Don Lawson,
Tom Petry, Ronnie Wickeiis, Donny Al-
bright, and ,loc 0'Conner. Semml' Vouf:
Bob Chapmen, Dave Smith, Jim Kutehe,
Mike Pennington, Paul Hobbs, Richard
lloushour, Czirlisl Briscoe, and Wilmer
Hatcliett. Tfvinl foie: john Dollens, john
Hershman, Ronald Britten, Lavon Kinser,
Ronnie Kinser, Phil Galyan, lilvin Hank-
ins, Charles ilaeobs, and Cecil Mullis.
I'iUIH'fl7 mir: Dean Mclflhinney, Bob Ham-
mond, Paul Goodman, Tom Weir, Dick
W'atson, Charles English, Don Gross, David
Grubb, Tony Flynn, and Bill Cox.
Firif mu: W'alter Hoskins, Toivo Raun,
Steve Clark. Howard Smith, Richard
Muller, Ronald Simpson, and John Muller.
Serwnf rule: Nicholas Fattu, Valdar Oinas,
Bob Patterson, Danny Leightman, Larry
Wkaters, Ridley Lemon, Doug Rolfe, Don
Mills, and Ronny Mills. Third row:
Bob McCoy, Brent Lowell, Ted Stevens,
Steve Ferguson, Steve Dysert, Milo Samp-
son, Bill Batehelder, Don Sauvain, Lionel
Sinn, and Ted Legge.
Firxl row: Alice Turner, K.1y Campbell,
Tiiu Raun, jenn Carlson, and Susan
Weiser. Swmm' row: Alice Strain, ,Ieunne
Byrd, Janice Witiiier, Nancy Weiitwiirtli,
and Patty Brogneaux. Tbirtl row: Kirk
mee, ll. T. Wa1'ring, jim Terman, :ind
Bill Van Keuren.
Firxl row: Kay Campbell, lean Carlson,
lillen Maloney, Don Fllson, Charlotte lill-
son, jackie Harrell, Karen Sims, and
Nancy Kelley. Srroml rozu: Patty Phillips,
Ann Smith, Sigrid Frenz, Alice Turner,
Patty Brogneaux, Mary Jo Hilt, Bonnie
Haynes, and .lane Stangle. Tlliril rum: Alice
Strain, Susan Moss, jill llillilser, ,lemnne
Byrd, janice Witnwer, Cynthia Hoadley,
Marilyn Regester, Clara Lee Sliudley, and
Valerie Milisen. lfullrffw row: Barbara Cres-
son, Tom Hensley, George Dunn, Rusty
Cleland, KI. T. W'arring, jim Tcrman, and
Quill and Scroll
Firm! row: Patty Brogneaux, Tiiu Rnun,
-lean Carlson, Alice Strain, and Kay
Campbell. Svruzziz' row: jim Termun, Don
lillson, and Steve Weiser.
Freshman Bridge Club
Firzrl rout Scottie Simpson, Brian Martz,
Mary W'illiams, Susan Wedge, Sara Ellis,
Chris Mclfvoy, Tom Hudson, Sarah Barker,
and Martin Bidney. Svruml row: joe
W'hite, Lincoln Foster, Judith Thurston,
Larry Kronenberger, Steve Clark. Ralph
Seifert, Susan Thrasher, Ruth Mullis, and
.Iudy Talbott. Tfviril row: David Coller,
David Campaigne, Bill Nebergall, Bob
McCoy, Whinda XVallace. Alison House-
holder. Barbara Bailey, Denny Hale, and
Nina Neel. lfonrlfr Voir: Frank Horzick,
Bill Pope, Ricky Newton, Ron Rostorfer,
Mike Pennington, 'lioivo Raun, Valdar
Oinas. Polly Crowell, Sally Femal, and
Frisf rrm': Ellen Maloney, Ridley Lemon,
Charlotte Filson, lfva Mae Key, Bud Me-
Fall, Mary jo Hilt, John Maras, Marie
W'ilbur, and -ludy Lowe, S4'l'UIItl H1101
Ronny Mills, Aludith Milisen, Judy Rogers,
,Iudy Ottcson, jackie Harrell, Kaye Ben-
singer, Cynthia Hoadley, and Ruth
Crowe, Tlriril rout Larry Waters, .Ieri
Haak, jill Hilliker, ,lcanne Byrd, Kay
Baird, Marilyn Regester, Betty Marshall,
and Lucille Gibson. Fuurlll row: Dave
Rich, Steve Ferguson, Bill Brummett, Brent
Lowell, lfmily Griliin, Gloria Geiger, and
Firxf row: Lane Hicks, Peggy Merritt, Bob
Patterson, Bonnie Haynes, Karen Sims,
Alice Turner, Patty Brogneaux, and
Ruth Muller. Swami row: Susie Moss,
Tom Hensley, Susie Doty, Valerie Milisen,
Dick McFall, Deniese McDaniel, Ann Fos-
ter, and jonquil Bartle. Tbirif row: Car-
olyn Wheeler, Tom W'eir, Dick Watsiin,
Dave Foster, Don lillson, john Mahan, and
Bill Batchelder. Ifuurllr row: Ann Crowell,
Barb Cresson. George Dunn, Milo Samp-
son, Tom Schuessler, Pat Murphy, and
Senior High Club Sponsors
Art Club-Charles Beal, Earl Floyd, Alfred De-
Coito, James Keyt.
Athletics Club-Walter Gray, Albert Gallo.
Bridge Club-Miss Josephine Spear, Robert Pabst
Chess Club-Robert Osborn, Robert Pabst.
Future Homemakers-Mrs. Lucile Spencer, Mrs.
Future Nurses-Miss Marcella Knudsen.
Future Teachers-Miss Catherine Hughes.
Firxf row: Faye Clark, Patty Phillips, Kay
Cassidy, Janet Chitwood, Susie Weiser,
Pearl Baxter, Nancy Huntington, Glenna
White, and Laveta Yoder. Second row:
Joan Abbott, Judy Rodgers, Margie Mc-
Cord, Sandy Bemis, Janet Ridge, Nancy
McClary, Ruthie Dyer, Peggy Richard-
son, and Marilyn Brown. Tbinl row: Con-
nie Rogers, Suan Hooten, Norma Smith,
Judy Anderson, Connie Adams, Gale Bard-
well, Pat Junker, Sue Jean, and Janet
Coleman. Fourih row: Wilma Baxter,
Carole Weddle, Thelma Callahan, Linda
Swaiford, Judy Penrose, Mary Schramm,
Judy Barrow, Althura Stillions, Karen
Fisher, and Doris Moore.
Firxl row: Maria Hreha, Nina Neel, Mary
Susan Wedge, and Ruth l.avCS. Svrovzrl
raw: Jean Carlson, Heather Hall, Ann
Foster, and Nancy Huntington.
Jazz Club-Miss Virginia Kruse, James McCourt.
Jordan Jesters-Miss Jean Ann Jessup, Donald
Junior Academy of Science-Jack Munsee.
Latin Club-Miss Catherine Hughes.
Outdoor Sportsmen-Frank Smith, Evan H. Kel-
Projectors Club-Gene Faris.
Radio Club--E. Wayne Gross, Earl Floyd.
Typing Club--Mrs. Margaret Kendall.
GAA Executive Council
Srahufz Kay Dekle. Ann Goby, Susie Gas-
ton, Barb Cresson. Sfamfing: Leah Mc-
Grayel, Helen Mciflennen, janet McDaniel,
Ann Smith. Pauline Smith, Pat blunker,
jane Stangle, Penny junker, Sandy Thomp-
son, Karen Sims.
I-'xml Voir: Ruth Kenter, Karen Miller, Nina
Neel, Ann Baker, Jane Steinbeck, Nancie
Boardman. Sfroml Vow: Beth Cresson,
Lucy Merritt, Susie Baker, Julie Bergevin,
Cammie Adams, Amy Hazelrigg, Meredith
Kirkpatrick. Tlrinl row: Susie Moss, jean
Carlson, Linda Schweitzer, Nancy Young,
Leslie Manifold, janet Hays. Fourlla row:
Marcia Meyer, Barbara McCrea, Alice
Swarthout, W'anda Wallace, Ruth Van
Nostrand, Francie Dugger.
Junior High Club Sponsors
-Iunior Art Club-Charles Beal, Alfred DeCoito,
junior Choral Club-Mrs. Winnifred McGinnis,
Junior Dancing Club-Mrs. Norma Broaddus,
Junior Drama Club-Miss Jean Ann Jessup, Don-
Junior F.H.A.-Mrs. Lucile Spencer, Mrs. Nelda
Junior Jazz Club-Mrs. -lane Hazelrigg, Robert
Junior Outdoor Sportsmen--l7rank Smith, John
Junior Rifle Club1W11ltCf Gray.
Junior Recreation Club-Miss Patricia liehl, Al-
bert Gallo, John Ray.
Junior Science Club-E. Wayne Gross, Nicholas
Teenage Book Club-Miss Estella Reed.
Junior Typing Club-Miss Margaret Kendall.
Page fifty- two
Firsl rout Lynn Van Meter, Patti Timms,
Jimmy Cook, Jane Dunn, Cathy Crosby,
Mike McCosh, Barbie Karsell, Vivalois
Lowe, and Fred Curry. Sf't'IH1tI row: Carol
Andres, Kathy Kelley, Susie Pinkston,
julia W'ill, Judy Leightman, Brenda
Shrake, Nancy Bailey, Carol Welpott,
and Vicki Savage. Third rouf: Glen Bar-
nett, Marilyn Brown, Sylvia Doty, Karen
Larson, Kay Cuddy, Joanne Darby, Gail
Fdington, Anne Binkley, and Patty Hal-
lagan. Fourfb T011-'I Wayne Witmer, Tom
Lauer, Craig Moody, Tim Lemon, Ronald
Smith, Tim Rose, Steve Stevens, john
Bowen, Bob Appelman, and Scott Mahan.
Ifirsf 1'0u': Freddy Dunn, Leroy Young,
Dick Scritchfield, john Fraser, Doug Dix-
on, Raymond Webb, and Dick Skirvin.
SITOVHI' row: Steve Wenning, Larry Clark,
Billy Haynes, Fred Abbitt, Fddie johnson.
john Hartman, Larry Kirkpatrick, Bob
Barrow, Charles Gray, Allan Marshall,
David Collins, David Hogue. and Glenn
Mysza. Third row: Sam Wentworth, Tom
Wilson, Dennis Deckard, jim Wertz, john
Schoch, Jimmy Wickens, Tom McGlasson,
and Dick Allen. Fourflv row: john Hottel,
,loc Wilson, David McCrea, ,loc Roman,
Bill Weigel, Ralph Cummings, jimmy
Raines, Richard Brandon, and Dennis
Miller. I-'ifllz raw: Bernie Brown, jim
Topolgus, Tom Teter, Gary Hollers,
Danny McClintock, Bill Wylie, Charles
Kent, Steve Young, Marvin Hammond.
Art Feagles and Bob Geiger.
Firxl raw: Patty Ross, Martha Pratt,
Sandy Russell, Sandy Timms. Mary Span-
nuth, -lan Robinson, Patty White, Mike
Coen, Susie Griflin, and Nancy Teter. Sm'-
nml rout Gail Nichols, Alice Richardson,
Marcia Shadley, Sharon Atkinson, Peggy
Laves, Martha Tackitt, Roxanne Cronk,
Judy Morris, Sharen Crandall, Sheri Bay-
less, and Charlotte Bell. Third row: Karen
Cain, Steve Tackitt, Judy johnson, Star-
lecn Beasley, Cheryl Fikc, Kathy Schmidt,
Billie Joyce Bartlett, Linda Strunk, Fran
Rohrer, Ann Schell, and Nancy Irwin.
Fourth row: Donna Hinkle, Mike Junkcr,
Chris Quarles, Bob Brookshire, Peter
Schmidt, Bill Hogue, Elta Williams, Brenda
Brummett, Harriett Hedges, Marcia Mce,
jean Noel, Margaret Meyer, and Fletcher
J azz Club
Firs! ron: ,lim Appelman, Larry Penning-
ton, Dan Rothmuller, Dick Loft, and Phil
Terman. Srivnif rout David McMullen,
P. T. Buntin, Ted Vaughn, Tom Sonne-
born, and Harlan Neawedde.
lint rout Eddie johnson, Tom Dunlap,
Norman Beausolcil, Tom Harnly, Mike Me-
Cush, l.arry Clark, Bob Barrow, Steve
Fleming, jimmy W'ickens, Barratt Patton,
and Billy Haynes. SITUIIAI rout Harold
Tatlock, james Herbin, Leroy Young, Fred
Abbitt, Steve W'enning, Larry Rogers,
Richard Higgins, Charles Gray, NWilliam
Lane, Bob Harrington, and Steve Myers.
Tlwiril rout Doug Dixon, Paul Dietcrle,
,lim XVertz, Tom W'ilson, Allan Marshall,
lfvan Briggs, Ralph Cummings, Raymond
Beights, Tom McGlasson, Steve Curry,
Chuck Hagen, and David Hogue. Fflllffll
mu: Bill W'eigel, Fred Dunn, Dick Skir-
vin, Bernie Brown, Danny McClintock,
Ron Smith, Gary Hollers, P. T. Buntin,
jimmy Raines, Marvin Hammond, Ronald
McCord, Art Feagles, and Bob Geiger.
Firxi row: Tim Lemon, Steve Tackitt, Tom
Lauer, Dennis Miller, Wayne W'itmer,
Raymond Webla, Dave Garrison, Jimmy
Cook, Glen Barnett, john Hartman, and
Bryan Walden. Si't'IHI1l' roiu: Bill Hogue,
Peter Schmidt, Steve Young, joe Wilsiin,
Craig Moody, lfric Smith, Randy Klink,
Bob Brookshire, Lowell Carmony, and
Shaun Byrnes. Tliiril mir: Carolyn Bran-
am, Nancy Bailey, Susie Griffin, Martha
Pratt, Sharon Larson, ,lane Dunn, Marilyn
Brown, Judy Hatfield, Pam Russell, Susie
Pinkston, Sharen Crandall, Patty Hallagan,
and Cathy Crosby. Foiirflr rout Brenda
Shrake, lfleanor Fell, Barbara Marshall,
Marcia Mee, Ann Burton, Kay Cuddy,
Mary Spannuth, Patty White, Sylvia Doty,
Mary Beth Braden, Colene Dodds, Gail lid-
ington, Lynn Van Meter, ,ludy Leight-
man, and Pam Gilliatt.
lfirxi row: Fred Curry, Judy Stephan, Pati
Timms, I.eslic Clark, Helen Muller, Ann
Hofstetter, Julie Will, Jeannie Loekridge,
Joe Strain, John Fraser. and Ronny Weddle.
Svfoml 70102 Glenn Mysza, James Lowe,
Bob Appelman, Dick Loft, Warren Wel-
pott, Jonathan Schoch, Jon Estes, Mike
Coen, David Collins, Dick Scritchfield,
and Kyril Magg. Third row: David Field,
Peter Vitaliano, Phil Terman, Tim Rose,
Jim Applewhite, Ted Vaughn, Charles
Crawford, David McMullen, John Foster,
Sam Wentworth, Steve Stevens, Dick
Allen, and Richard Brandon.
F. H. A.
First row: Judy Elmore, Beth Gordon,
Cathy Miller, Janet Tapp, Teena Freeman,
and Pam Adams. Svroml row: Mia Flynn,
Carol Albright, Golda Gillaspie, Linda
Strunk, Fran Rohrer, Neclene Stringham,
and Merilynn Beard. Third row: Mary
Crowe, Sherrilyn McCoy, Elta Williaiiis,
Billie Jo Bartlett, Donna Hinkle, Mary
Stump, and Anne Hinkley.
Fin! row: Martha Tackitt, Judy Stephan
Carol Emmons, Joan Tapp, Debby Cook
Norman Beausoliel, and Dave Garrison
Serolnf row: Pam Yoon, Helen Muller,
Janet Meadows, Mary Stump, Bette Mc-
Kinney, Caryl Milburn, and Melanie Mas-
ten. Tlwinf mul: Sheryl McCoy, Jean Mar-
tin, Ann Hofstetter, Audrey Ushenko
Evan Griggs, Eric Smith, and Judy Vital-
Firyf row: Vivalois Lowe, Carol Welpott,
l.arry Kirkpatrick, Linda Robertson, Shari
Bayless, Vicki Savage, and Pat Deckard.
Serum! row: Marcia Shadley, Roxanne
Cronk, Scott Mahan, Mike Junker, Patty
Ross, Karen Neumann, Peggy Laves, Nancy
lrwin, and Kathy Kelley. Tlliril row: Shar-
on Atkinson, Judy Johnson, David Mc-
Crea, Ann Schell, Srarleen Beasley, Sally
Vinstein, Marty Otteson, and Karen Cain.
Fourllv mu': Harriett Hedges, Ann Young,
'l'ommy Teter, Dwight McCoy, Jim Top-
olgus, Cheryl Fike, and Margaret Meyer.
Firsl 70l4'J Rickie Higgins, James Lowe,
Tom Dunlap, Tom Harnly, Terry Hatch-
ett, Chuck Hagen, Steve Curry, Steve
Myers, and Bryan Walden. Sevoml row:
Jim Herbin, liric Sehwietzer, Joe Strain,
Peter Vitaliano, Ron W'eddle, Kathy
Snow, Sue Polley, and Jean Martin. Tfwiril
row: larry Rogers, Robert Beck, John
Foster, Dick Hendricks, Charles Crawford,
Sue Thompson, Ann Burton, Colene Dodds,
and Audrey Ushenko.
Fin! mu': Beth Gordon, Pam Russell, Judy
Hatfield, Elaine Weinberger, Jeannie Lock-
ridge, Patty Deckatrd, Judy Elmore, Pam
Adams, Teena Freeman, Beth Murphy, and
Mia Flynn. Semrzil row: Nedene Stringham,
Sally Vinstein, Karen Neumann, Marty
Otteson. Golda Gillaspie, Kathy Miller,
l.inda Robertson, Janet Tapp, Mary Crowe,
Merilynn Beard, and Leslie Clark. Tbinl
mir: Pam Gilliatt, Mary Anne Coller,
Mary Jo Fagan, Patty Petry, Mary Beth
Braden, Carolyn Branam, Carol Albright,
lileanor Fell, Shaun Byrnes, Marjorie Mc-
Cord, Pat Flack, Bill Lane, and Randy
Lin. .mis -
The U-Men's Club was organized as a club
for all major letter winners in sports. Some of
the club's activities were to purchase a flag for
the gym, buy a portable whirlpool bath for
school use, co-sponsor a dance, and to present
the annual Al Herman award.
The Girls' Athletic Association was formed to
offer an opportunity for girls to participate in
organized sports. Some of its activities were
la da s with other schools and an awards tea.
P Y Y
The GAA also sponsored the homecoming ac-
tivities and co-sponsored a dance with the
i A -ff i U'MCn-
Varsity CllCCl'lC1lLlLJI'Sm1'iiV'.Yf run: Nona Bell, Susie Baker,
.ind Ann Baker, Missing from the picture is Susie Dugger.
Reserve CQlieerlenders-Swrzrzil rout Betty jean Marshall,
Roberta Crowe, .ind Carol l"l.lll1lgLlI1.
U-lVlen's Club and Cheerleaders
Iiirdwl ruuf: Tom Stempel, Dave Rich, Russell Spannutli, Fred Barnliill, Bud Melinll, Jim Binkley, Tom Marshall, and Bob XValden.
Swrfrlif role: Malcolm Whsddington, jerry Sinallwood, Steve Weiser, -lim Termiin, lilvin Hnnltins, Don Mills, Bob Dodds, and
Ronnie Mills. Tlmiril rout: Harold l'.ite, Dick Whtson. jay Suer, Dave Foster, Bill Batehelder, Bob VC'illiains. Bob W'ylie,
Charles Bowden, Norman Deckard, .ind Dick Wlilker. lionrlb row: Charles linglish, Dick Mcliall, Tom W'eir, Paul lillis, Rusty
Cleland, George Dunn, Milo Sampson, Tom Sehuessler, Kenny Wfebb, and Pat Headley.
Junior and Senior G. A. A.
Firsl rou': jane Stephens, Glenna W'hite, Ramona Noel, Judy Cook, Janet Chitwood, Kay Campbell, Susie W'eiser, Marcia Meyer,
Ann Crowell, Alice Turner, Ruthie Dyer, Nancy Kelley, and Pearl Baxter. Sl't'UII1f rant Nancy Wfentworth, Karen Sims, -lane
Srangle, Rose W'ebb, janet Alexander, Linda Zoerner, Leah Mcfjrayel, Bonnie Haynes, Helen McClennen, .lean Carlson, Susie
Gaston, judy May, Nancy MeClary, Susie Moss, and Kay Dekle. Tlriril rout janet McDaniel, Suzy Doty, Sharon Bemis, Ann
Smith, Pauline Smith, Ann Goby, Barbara Cresson, Deniese McDaniel, Gale Bardwell, Valerie Milisen, Alice Strain, Pam Moody,
Penny junker, Pat -Iunker, june Seagers, and Ruth Kenter.
Freshman and Sophomore G. A. A.
lfirxf row: Judith Thurston, Rosalie Noel, Ellen Maloney, Karen Beard, Ingrid W'inther, Judy Otteson, Judy Talbot, Roberta
Crowe, Carol Hallagan, Aliee Swarthout, Nancy Young, Amy Hpwelrigg, Camille Adams, and Karen Miller. Seromf rout
Shirley W'ebb, Sandra Thompson, Sue Hooten, Maria Hrehza, Mary ,Io Hilr, Judith Milisen, Betty Marshall, Marilyn RCQICSICF,
Charlotte Iillson, Sarah Barker, Barbara Steele, Joan Abbott, Barbara Bailey, Sarah Ellis, Nina Neel, and Barbara McCrea.
Tfwirif row: Connie Adams, Sandra Hammond, Connie Rodgers, Judy Rodgers, Kay Baird, jackie Harrell, Beth Cresson, ,Ieanne
Byrd, Kaye Bensinger, Wanda Wallace, Sandy Bemis, Margaret Bouvier, Polly Crowell, Myra Robertson, janet Hays, Martha
McCammon, and Leslie Manifold. Follrib row: Sherry Myers, Georgianna Snow, Lynn Gilliatt, Sally Femal, Cinda Curtis, jerri
Haak, jill Hilliker, Carolyn Woods, Karen Laws, Meredith Kirkpatrick, jane Steinbeck, Alison Householder, Ann Chrisrenson,
Cynthia Hoadley, Barbara Mooney, and Luey Merritt.
Varsity Football Team
First row: Rusty Cleland, Tom Schuessler, George Dunn, Tom Weir, Milo Sampson, Bill Brummett, and Dick Watson.
Svcoml row: Bob Wylie, Charles English, Jerry Smallwood, Charles Bowden, Harold Pate, Dave Foster, Kenny Webb,
Jay Suer, and Bob Williams. Third row: Russell Spannuth, Bob Dodds, Ronnie Mills, Dave Rich, Dick Walker,
Kirk Mee, Doug Rae, and Steve Ferguson.
Reserve Football Team
Firsf row: Dick Watson, Milo Sampson, Russell Spannuth, Bill Snyder, Steve Ferguson, and Bill Brummett. Second
vow: Robin Crosby, Mike Johnson, Gary Marten, Bill Cox, Jim Swartbout, Lionel Sinn, Ted Legge, and Ronnie
Mills. Third row: David Hunter, Dennis Carter, Ronnie Alexander, Larry Miller, john Hershman, jack Clark, Ricky
Newton, and Steve Wilson.
Harry E. Wood ..... ..
I-Iunringburg ,,,r ,
Deaf School ........
Bedford ...... ....,, 2 0 6
Mitchell ........ ...... 2 0 O
Martinsville , 0 20
Bloomington ..... ....... 1 3 13
Bedford ...... 6 13
Mitchell .....,.. ...... 1 3 0
Martinsville ..... 0 2
Football managers Fred Barnhill, Steve
Weiser, and Malcolm Weddington.
Won 4 Lost S
Varsity Basketball Team
l'nsl mu: 'llnmmy f:.lI'lL'I', PM lluadlcy, Bob XY'ylic, .md DIL L 1 1 rn: 4 N Chllm H111 IXFLU
and lnm Sclmcsslur.
Hurry lf. XX'uud
Reserve Basketball Team
Firxl r0u': Dave Smitli, Tom Marshall, Robin Crosby, .lim Binklcy, jim Swartliout, Bud Mcliill, Hill Snyder. Swnrlif ron:
.lack Clark, Pliil Galyan, Ron Rostorfer, Lionel Sinn, Tony Flynn, john Wooden. Third ruu': Mark Goodwin, Phil Recd, Dick
Walker, Dave Rich, Tom Black, Bill Brummett, and Milo Sampson.
Freshman Basketball Team
lfirxl row: Tony Robertson, Clay Willianis, Gary Marten, Bob Robinson, john W'riglit, Bob McCoy, Scottie Simpson. Swomf
row: Bill Ncbcrgall, Don Lawson, David Kaslow, Dave Campaigne, Lincoln Fofrcr, Tom Hudson, David Collar, and Ricky
Varsity Wrestling Team
First row: Russell Spannuth, Ronny Alexander, Clifford Curry, F. G. Summitt, Dennis Carter, and Cecil Mullis.
Second row: Jan vanWagtendonk, Pat Smith, Ronnie Mills, Bob Elam, Dean McEll1inney, Danny McPher0n, and
Tony Wheeler. Third row: Kenny Webb, Charles English, jay Suer, George Dunn, Charles Bowden, Harold Pate,
Doug Rolfe, and David Dixon.
WRESTLING Gerstmeyer 20, University 35
University 23, Spencer 32
UHS OP Bloomfield 15, University 40
Harry E. Wood ,...... 26 24 Shortridge Invitational, University sixth
Crispus Attucks ...,, .,.., 2 9 16 Gerstmeyer 15, University 40
Park flnclplsj ,.,, ,.... 4 0 16
New Albany ., .,sr 2.,2, 1 3 34 SECTIONAL
Bloomington ..... ,- 6 3 8
Park fIndpls.j ..., .,,., 4 2 3 Won 2 Lost 4
Central fEvan.j .,,,, 33 6
Reitz cEVan-J .,.,,.,.. ...-2 2 5
Crispus Attucks ,,... ,..,. 3 0 14
Manual U v,,v,,,,A,, ,M,-A 1 8 19 March 18 Warren Central
Deaf School s,s.... ..... 4 2 8 26 Bedford
Washington - ..,., 2 ssssss.... 2 .sss.ss... -- 17 22 30 Hoosier Relays
April 4 Open
SECTIONAL 9 Martinsville, Columbus
Won 7 Lost 4 Tied 1 18 Bloomfield, Paoli, Switz City
24 Linton Relays
Seymour 19, University 51, Shelbyville 62
University 22, Franklin 43, Clark Township
May 2 Washington Relays
2 5 State
Cross Country Tc-am
I-'irxl mic: 'limi Stcmpcl. Dick NX'nlkcr, jim Swnrllmul, Richard Crunch, Binh XY'illinnis. Dcnnix C.irtvi'. Smmzif run: Huh
Dudds, Kcnny W'cbb, Chnrlus lingliwh, .lay Sucr, Charles Ifnglikah.
"vll'Nf V'li1l'Z Phil Recd, If. G. Summitt, 'liom Malrsluli, Jim Binklcy. liud MuFall, Phil Egan, 'liuivu Raun. S1'iurnlrr1u,'g
Dick Mcliall, Paul Irwin, Tumi Sicmpcl, jim Turmin, Pat Hoadlcy.
lflrxl 7'4I14': Tom Marshall, I".
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1 G Summikt, Robbie I,uon111'd, Tum Hudson, Dun Llwsun. Swrlllrl roll: Ted Luggu. Steve
lfcrgusnn, Tmn Black, Larry XX'nlc
l'vfl'.Xl' mu: Doug Rae, Milo Sampsnn, john Hershman. Iilvin Hnnkins, Robin Crosby, I'7.1yc Rich, Bill Snyder, Phil Recd.
Danny MuPhcron. Svmml run! Ronny Knicr Bob WI I DH I
us . yic, Klum 0 uns, -lnwn NY'righ!, -lack H.1wkinS, I.g1Vnn Kinscr,
Clcrlrgc Dunn, Paul crUUdl11.'lII, Phil LQLIIQUUT, john Ricstcr.
Valdar Oinas, Don Mills, Rusty Cleland, Bill Batcheldcr, Paul Irwin, Phil Egan. Mining: Pat Hoadlcy.
1 1-Spencer .....
2 5-Ellettsville .,..V.
May 1-Switz City ,.,..
April 4-Columbus ..,............,,.,.........,,...,,, ,Home
10-Garfield .....,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,,,, ,.,,.,,.ii.,,...., l lomc
16-Mater Dei, Evansville North .....7., Away
23-Spencer ....,7,,,...,7,,,.,.,,,,7........,.......i,, Away
May 1-Crispus Attucks, BHS ,..,,....,,,,..,. ,Home
6-Batesville Tourney ..,,, ...,,,,. A way
8-Garfield ..,....7,.,,...,,, Away
April 8 Martinsville .,..,.,.,. ,,..... P lcre
10 Garfield ,,.t,....,.., ..,t,,. H ere
17 Park QIndpls.j .t.,,.,,.,,.,..i, .,..,,.. A way
23 Spencer ,.,.....i.,t,,....,,...t,.,,... ,,,... , Away
26 Bloomington High School , ,,,., ,, Here
May 1 Columbus ....,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,t, ,,,,,,.,,, H ere
8 Garheld .....,.i,, ,..i,,,. A way
11 Martinsville ...,... ,...,.,, A way
15 Park ....t.,,,.,... .,.,,,. H ere
The day when a trip to the deans' ofiices
meant only punishment and discipline are
gone at U-School. The quintet of adminis-
trators are now remembered With thoughts
of scholarship winners, schedule adjustments,
preference tests, and arrangements for the
The deans, Robert Pabst and Miss Dotty
Lackey, social dean Miss Martha Jane Risser,
principal Dr. Otto Hughes, and vice-principal
Evan H. Kelley keep UHS running smoothly
from before school in September to summer
vacation in May.
Dr. Otto Hughes, principal, and Dr. Wendall W. Wright,
Dean of School of Education.
Administration-Miss Dotty L. Lackey, Dean of Girls, Robert Pabst, Dean of Boysg Hugh Kelley, Assistant Principal, and
Martha Jane Risscr, Social Dean.
Elementary Faculty r 3 1
' .siy 1 1
School presents a new, exciting and some- 1 X
times rather startling adventure for many I " A
Wee-ones as they make their debutes in the MWA QQ
U-School nursery. "Dick and Janen become
good friends as the youngsters soon progress
to reading. Ritin' n' 'rithmetic soon follow.
A trip to the fire station and maybe to the
dairy and a camping trip are highlights in
elementary years. Future journalists begin to
bud, as the busy first graders edit their First
However, it is not all work and no play.
The girls become undisputed experts at the
waltz and polka while the boys spend their
"social hour" making the latest in paper air-
Milton Marten, elementary supervisor
All in all, from the Hrst sharing period to
the last problem in arithmetic, our elemen-
tary years are memorable ones.
Srnirif: Miss George Ann Trinkle, First Gradeg Mrs. Helen Huxol, Kindergarteng Mrs. Caroline XX'ildrick, Sixth liradeg .ind
Mrs. Elsie K. Field, Fourth Grade. Slamlirlg: Robert A. Blundell, Fifth Gradeg Mrs. Freda Dysert, Second Grade: Mrs. Car-
olyn Stebbins, Nurseryg and David NV. David, Third Grade.
English Department-Svulvzl: Miss Martha -lane Risser, seventh grade English and Social Studies, Miss ,lean Ann Jessup, eighth
grade and freshman English, journalism, Miss Josephine Spear, junior and senior English, Miss Catherine Hughes, eighth
grade English. Slamling: Robert Pabst, freshman and sophomore English, A. Donald W'alstrum, freshman, sophomore, and
junior English. i
English in all forms, from speech and dra-
matics to grammar and sentence construction
to journalism, literature, and creative writ-
ing-prepare Univees for better communica-
tion with the world. School publications,
writing contests, and amateur theater presen-
tations make use of the knowledge gained in
the three required years, plus two elective
senior semesters, of English.
Equipped with encyclopedias, reference
books, fiction, biographies, magazines, news-
papers, and files, the U-School library plays a
large part in the educational picture. Under
the leadership of librarian Miss Estella Reed,
students help classmates find books and check
them in and out under a program called
Library aids-Firsf row: Becky Abram, Janet Meadows, Joan Abbott, Judy Robertson, Emily Griffin, Barbara Mooney, Miss
Estella Reed, Sara Ellis, and Bonnie Haynes. Sevolzzl row: Doug Rae and jack Evans.
Miss Dotty Lackey, Dean of Girls and Physical Fducationg Mrs. Norma Broaddus, Physical Education and Health, Albert
Gallo, Physical Fducation, Health, Miss Pat Fehl, Flementary and High School Physical Education, Health: and Miss Marcella
Knudsen, School Nurse.
Health and Physical Education
Football, French, and fractions represent
three different phases in the life of a UHS
student. From modern dancing to basic me-
tabolism, the Health and Physical Education
Department keeps its students' eyes sparkling
Math and Language Department
Theyire learning their Latin the Univee
way, including pen-pals and films to sup-
plement language training in French and
The Math Department offers a basic knowl-
and cheeks rosy. edge from general math to trig, geometry to
Suulmf: James McCourt, Junior High Mathematics and Algebra:
Frank Smith, Algebra and General Mathg and A. Pryee Noe, Plane
Geometry, Solid Geometry, and Trigonometry. Slumlingr John
Ray, junior High Mathematics. Philip Peak, chairman of the Miss Virginia Kruse, French and Spanishg and
department. Miss Catherine Hughes, Latin.
A peek into the UHS business domain re-
veals courses in bookkeeping, typing, short-
hand, and general business. Specifically aimed
at post-graduation jobs, the training is also
valuable to students who go into other fields.
Business Department-Miss Margaret Kendall, Bookkeeping,
Typing and General Business, and Miss Charlotte Hender-
son, Chairman of the Department and Shorthand.
The pungent odor of formal-
dehyde, fragrant test tubes,
complicated pulley systems, and
the frantic instructions of
teachers are all very common to
the UHS Science Department.
Not that it's out of order, but
excitement runs high as the
mysteries of science are unfold-
ed to the eager . . . or sometimes
not so eager students.
Science Department - Nicholas Seldon,
Chemistry and General Science, jack
Munsee, Biology, and E. Wayne Gross,
Physics, General Science and Physical Sci-
ence. Prevo Whitaker, Chairman of the
Students majoring in history often study
World History as a background for required
U.S. History and Government. The goal of
the department is for everyone to acquire a
basic understanding of our country, its past,
present, and future.
Social Studies Department-Gene Faris, A.V. Aids and Social
Studies, Kenneth B. Thurston, Chairman of the Department,
U. S. Government, and U. S. History, and Robert Osborn,
Language Arts-Social Studies, and U. S. History.
Under the direction of Robert
Hull, the U-School band has
made many public appearances
this year. Even in the coldest
weather, at half time during
football season, the Univee band
members could be seen and
heard giving their performance
on the field. The music you hear
as you walk down the halls
around school comes from either
the choral classes under the di-
rection of Mrs. McGinnis or
from the orchestra directed by
Music Department-Robert Hull, chair-
man of the Department and Bandg Mrs.
jane Hazelripzg. Orchcstrag and Mrs. Winn-
fred McGinnis, Vocal.
Allied Arts Department
Through the skillful guidance of the art
instructors and the students' individual skill,
U-Schoolers have managed to capture several
art awards this year. Artistic articles emerg-
ing from these classes range from intriguing
paintings and fine Woodcraft to dainty jew-
elry and colorfully glazed pottery.
Home Economics Department
In the home economics kitchen, students
learn quickly that "The way to a man,s heart
is through his stomach," and at the same
time, they are learning to do something about
it. Right in the next room, the girls learn
how to make themselves more attractive with
hand-sewn clothes, and at the same time they
learn to economize a little on the budget.
Art Department-James E. Keyt, Allied Artsg Charles L. Beal, Home Ifconomics-Mrs. Nelda Christ, Home
Faculty Athletic Business Manager and Allied Artsg Earl Floyd, Economiesg and Mrs. Lucille Spencer, Cliairman
Allied Artsg and Alfred Dccoito, Allied Arts. Fred Mills, Chairman of the Department and Cafeteria Manager.
of thc Department.
Student Office Assistants
Office Staff: Mrs. Barbara Morrison Mrs Anne Stone and
Mrs. Ann Caress.
Kurt Irmscher, Emma Whaley Nettie Richardson Ruby
Kerr, Verna Huffman, and Katherine Waymch
Mary Lynn Schram
George Ann Walker
Ringer, Mary Ellen
Stapley, Paula S'
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Wilder, Julia - ll, ,N -,
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS N
Jan van Wagtendonk, president Q ,M J
Lane Hicks, vice-president 'fig I I 1 i Q
Susie Moss, secretary ff! 6 0
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Class of 1957
BECKEY RUSSETTE ABRAM-Reading Club 13 Chorus
2,33 Art Club 43 Junior Prom C0mmittee3 "Requiem,"
"Lowland Sea," 'lSpring Concert," "H.M.S. Pinaforef'
JEANETTE KAY ADAMS-Jordan Jesters l,2,33 Booster
Club l,2,3Q G.A.A. l,2,3,4Q Choral Club 3,4, secretary 43
Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 junior-Senior Banquet3 Senior Announce-
ments Committee 4.
ANN BAKER-Office Staff I3 Freshman Council I3 Student
Council 1,2,3,4, secretary 3,43 Jordan Jesters l,2,3,43 Cheer-
leader l,3,4j G.A.A. 13 Sophomore Council 23 Sophomore
Ring Committee 23 Thespians 2,3,43 Policy Council 3,43
Junior Prom Committee3 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Tri-Hi-Y Girls'
Chorus 4g jazz Club 43 "Young Man's Fancy," "Good
News," "You Can't Take lt With You," "Stage Door',3
Double Star Thespian3 National Honor Society 4.
MARY SUSAN BAKER-Freshman Council 13 jordan
-Iesters 13 Student Council l,2,3,4, treasurer 3,43 Cheerlead-
er l,2,3,4Q Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, vice-president 43 Tri-Hi-Y Girls'
Chorus 43 Policy Council 3,43 Jazz Club 4, secretary 43
Homecoming Queen 43 National Honor Society 4.
MELISSA MARGARET BALDWIN - Choral Club 13
Orchestra 1,2,3,4, vice-president 33 jordan jesters l,2,3,43
Library Assistant 2,33 QUAD Staff 2,33 Latin Club 3,43
CHARLES ALFRED BARNHlLL-Outdoor Sp0rtmen'S
Club l,2,3Q Radio Club 43 U-Men's Club 2,3,43 Baseball
Manager 33 Football Manager 3,43 Track Manager 33 Golf
Manager 33 Tennis Manager 3.
JONQUIL FRANCES BARTLE-G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Reading
Club 13 F.T.A. 23 F.H.A. 33 Booster Club 3,43 Bridge
Club 43 Jazz Club 4.
JULIET BERGEVIN-G.A.A. l,22 Jordan Jesters l,2,3,4Q
Choral Club 23 Art Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Tri-Hi-Y Girls'
Chorus 43 Senior Announcements Committee 4g "Stage
Door," "Good News," "Mrs, McThing,,' "What a Life."
CHARLES BARRETT BOWDEN-Photography Club I3
Science Club 23 Junior Prom Committee3 Outdoor Sports-
men's Club 33 Choral Club 43 Student Council 43 Art Club
43 U-Men's Club 3,4, treasurer 43 Tennis 13 Football 2,3,43
Track 2,3,43 Wrestling 3,43 Class Treasurer 3,43 Manager
of Magazine Sales 4.
E. GERTRUDE BROWN-Future Nurses Club 1, secre-
tary 13 Library Assistant l,2Q Choral Club 2,3.
Class of 1957
KAY MARIE CAMPBELL-Transferred from Columbus
High School, Columbus, Indiana 23 F.H.A. 2g Booster Club
2,3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Prom Committee 33 QUAD Staff 3,43
Business Manager 43 Tri-I-Ii-Y 3,4, treasurer 43 Tri-Hi-Y
Girl's Chorus 43 F.H.A. 43 Quill and Scroll 43 JORDAN-
NUS Staff 4, Advertising Staff3 Ernie Pyle Award 4.
SYLVIA JEAN CARLSON-Typing Club 13 Booster Club
l,2,3,4Q G.A.A. l,2,3,4Q F.H.A. 23 Prom Committee 33
Junior Work Day Chairman 33 QUAD Staff 3,4, Feature
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 JORDANNUS Staff 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 4, chaplain 43 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 43 Quill and
Scroll 3,4, president 43 F.T.A. 3,43 State American Legion
Essay Contest Winner 33 Physical Education Assistant 2,4.
National Honor Society 43 Ernie Pyle Award 4.
CHARLES FREDERICK CLELAND-Freshman C0uncil3
Junior Academy of Science l,2Q Prom Committee 33 Pro-
jectors Club 33 Student Council 33 National Honor Society
3,43 vice-president 43 Jazz Club 43 Choral Club 43 JOR-
DANNUS 43 U-Men's Club 2,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4Q
Cross Country 33 Tennis l,2,3,4Q Track 33 Football 43 King
of Freshman Dance 13 Vice-President of Junior Class.
BARBARA JEAN CRESSON-Transferred from Short-
ridge High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 33 Prom Com-
mittee 33 Booster Club 3,43 Jordan Jesters 3,43 Student
Council 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 33 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 43 G.A.A.
3,4, treasurer 43 G.A.A. Executive Council 43 Senior An-
nouncements Committee3 JORDANNUS Staff, Album Edi-
tor 43 Bridge Club 43 "What a Life," "Great Big Door-
step," "Mrs. McThing"3 Senior Class Secretaryg National
ROGER JAMES CUFFEY--Science Club 13 Junior Acad-
emy of Science 1,2,3,4, president 3,43 F.T.A. 33 National
Honor Society 3,43 Participated in the Science Fairs 1,2,33
President of Indiana State Junior Academy of Science 33
Honorable Mention for Best Boy in Science 43 Winner of
Westinghouse Science Talent Search 4.
BARBARA SUE DECKARD-Choral Club I,2,33 Jordan
Jesters l,2,33 Booster Club 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Prom Com-
NORMAN WAYNE DECKARD-Band lg Orchestra 13
Senior Athletics Club 23 QUAD Staif 23 Outdoor Sports-
man 2,33 U-Men's Club l,2,3,4Q Basketball 1,23 Track
l,2,3Q Cross Country 1,2,33 "Good News," "Young Man's
Fancy"3 Co-Chairman of Teens Against Polio Dance 43
Graduated, January, 1957.
ROBERT EUGENE DECKARD-Senior Athletics Club
2,43 Art Club 43 Outdoor Sportsmen's Club 33 Baseball 1.
ROBERT JOSEPH DODDS-Senior Athletics Club l,2,3Q
Projectors Club 43 Baseball 13 Basketball 13 Track l,2Q
Wrestling 1,23 Football l,2,3,4, co-captain 43 U-Men's
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Class of 1957
GEORGE WANDELOHR DUNN, JR.-Jordan ,Iesters 152,
3,45 Senior Athletics Club 15 Sophomore Councilg Sophomore
Ring Committee5 Outstanding Jordan Jester 25 Outdoor
Sportsmen's Club 2535 president 35 Thespians 3,45 Outstand-
ing Thespian 35 Prom Committee 35 Boys' State 3, County
Councilman, State Senator, and Mayor at Boys' State 35
Bridge Club 45 JORDANNUS Staff 4, Art Editor 45
"Stage Door," "You Can't Take It With You," "Young
Man's Fancy," "Good News," "Great Big Doorstep," "Mrs.
McThing," "What a Life," "Arsenic And Old Lace"5 Bas-
ketball 1535 Track 15 Football 15253545 captain 45 Baseball
3,45 U-Men's Club 25354, president 3.4.
DODD ELDRID EDINGTON-Transferred from Bedford
High School, Bedford, Indiana 45 Jazz Club 4.
ROBERT BRUCE ELAM-Transferred from Charleston
Community High School, Charleston, Illinois 45 Illinois Jun-
ior Academy of Science First Place Award5 Choral Club 45
Projectors Club 4.
PAUL ANDREW ELLIS-Projectors Club 15 Senior Ath-
letics 15 Outdoor Sportsmen 2,35 Prom Committee 35 Oflice
Assistant 45 Choral Club 45 Senior Announcements Com-
mittee5 Jazz Club 45 "Good News," "Young Man's Fancy"5
Baseball 15 Basketball 1,2535 Football 1,2,3545 U-Men's
DONALD COX ELLSON-Band 15 Orchestra 15 Photog-
raphy Club l,2,35 vice-president 35 QUAD Staff 2,3, Page
Editor 35 Prom Committee 35 Boys' State 35 State Repre-
sentative at Boys' State, 35 JORDANNUS Editor-in-Chief
45 Quill and Scroll 45 Bridge Club 45 Jazz Club 45 Indiana
High School Scholastic Achievement Program-Spanish, sec-
ond place 1,25 Spanish First place 35 National Honor Society
MYRTLE ENGLISH FENDER-Library Assistant 15 Read-
ing Club 15 president 15 Art Club 253, vice-president 35
Prom Committee 35 Typing Club 3.
JACK GIESEKE EVANS-Projectors Club 1,45 Tri-Hi-Y
2,35 treasurer 35 Chorus 3.
WINONA ANN FOSTER-G.A.A. 15 Orchestra 15 F.T.A,
15253545 vice-president 254, president 35 Chorus 35 Ensemble
35 Prom Committee 35 Art Award 2,35 Music Award 35
Second Place French 35 First Place Piano Solo and Duet 35
Second Place Piano Solo 35 First Place Piano Duet State
Contest 35 National Honor Society 4.
DAVID WAYNE FOSTER-Projectors Club 15253545 Stu-
dent Council 3545 Prom Committee 35 Junior Prom King
35 Boys' State 35 Bridge Club 45 Football 15253545 U-Men's
Club 45 Junior Class President5 Senior Class President.
ANN MARIE GOBY--Sophomore Council 25 Sophomore
Ring Committee 25 Booster Club 1,253,45 Girls' State 35
Jordan jesters 15253545 Thespians 45 G.A.A. 152,3,4, secre-
tary 3, president 45 G.A.A. Executive Council 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y
45 "Stage Door," "Fumed Oak," "Arsenic and Old Lace."
Class of 1957
PAUL JOSEPH GOODMAN-Projectors Club 1,25 Out-
door Sportsmen's Club 3,4, secretary 45 Radio Club 45 Foot-
ball 25 Baseball 2,3,4.
MASON PATRICK HOADLEY--I-Iosteling Club 15 Hob-
bies Club I5 Junior Academy of Science 2,3,45 U-Men's
Club 2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Cross Country l,2,3,4, co-
captain 45 Tennis l,2,3,4.
NANCY ANN HUNTINGTON-F.H.A. l,2,3,4. treasurer
45 Library Assistant 1,2535 F.T.A. 2,3,4, president 3,45
G.A.A. 35 National Honor Society 3,4, secretary 45 D.A.R.
Good Citizenship Award 4.
JANET JACOBS-Art Club 4.
PENELOPE ANN JUNKER-Girls' Glee Club 15 F.T.A.
l,2,3,4, secretary 3, treasurer 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 G.A.A.
Executive Council 3,4, treasurer 35 Latin Club 3,4, secre-
NANCY ELLYN KELLEY-Transferred from John D.
Pierce Laboratory School, Northern Michigan College of
Education, Marquette, Michigan 35 Chorus 35 G.A.A. 3,45
Booster Club 3,45 junior Academy of Science 3,4, secretary-
treaurer 3,45 Jazz Club 45 ,IORDANNUS Staff 4.
RUTH GISELA KENTER-Typewriter Club 15 Art Club
25 Booster Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Jazz
WILLIAM CECIL KRUEGER--Chess Club I5 Senior Ath-
letics Club 15 Projectors Club 1,25 Outdoor Sportsmen's
Club 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Office Staff 35 Art Club 45
Choral Club 45 U-Men's Club 45 Baseball 15 Football 1,2,35
xo-' .- '
RUTH ANNE LAVES-F.H.A. 25 Jordan jesters 2,35 Boosf
ter Club 35 F.T.A. 3,4-, secretary 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y
Girls' Chorus 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Stu-dent Council 45 National
Honor Society 4.
JOE LEIGHTON LOOP-Senior Athletics Club 3,45 Jazz
Club 3,4, vice-president 4.
Class of 1957
CHARLES MONROE LOWE-Projectors Club 2,35 Senior
Athletics Club 35 Radio Club 4.
MARILYN JOY MAY-Office Staff 15 Chorus 1,25 Choral
Club 1,25 jordan Jesters 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 1,25 F.H.A. 2,35
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Booster Club 2,35 Junior Prom Committec5
Library Assistant 45 Art Club 45 "The Lowland Sea,"
HELEN ADAMS MCCLENNEN-Girls' Cvlee Club 15
Choral Club 15 Freshman Council5 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A.
Executive Council 3,45 Jordan Jesters 1,2,3,45 Thespians 45
Booster Club 2,3,45 junior Prom Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,
Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 45 Jazz Club 45 "Stage Door," "You
Can't Take It With You," "Good News," "Young Man's
Fancy," "Great Big Doorstep," "Mrs. McThing"5 Best
Jordan Jester 25 National Honor Society 4.
RUTH McCLINTOCK--Office Staif 1,25 Typewriter Club
15 G.A.A. 1,25 Choral Club 2,3.
TERRY LYTLE McELHINNEY-Projectors Club l,2,35
Jazz Club 45 Football 2,3.
ALANA DENIESE MCDANIEL-Reading Club I, Vice-
president 15 Jordan Jesters 2,35 Booster Club 2,35 Prom
Committee 35 Chess Club 35 JORDANNUS Business Man-
ager5 Bridge Club 45 Jazz Club 45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Nation-
al Scholastic Art Award Contest-State Honorable Mention
RICHARD MALCOLM MCFALL-QUAD Staff 45 Sports
Columnistg jordan Jesters 1,2,3,45 Sophomore Council5
Sophomore Ring Committee: Thespians 2,3,45 Student Coun-
cil 2,35 M.Y.C. 35 Prom Committee5 Boys' State, Attorney
General 35 Art Club 35 Bridge Club 45 "Stage Door," "You
Can't Take It With You," "Good News," "Young Man's
Fancy," "Great Big Doorstep," "Mrs, MeThing," "What
A Life," "Arsenic and Old Lace"5 U-Men's Club 3,45
Football 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country
2,3,4, co-captain 45 Outstanding Thespian 25 National
Honor Society 4.
JANET SUE MEADOWS-Typing Club 1,3, secretary 35
Art Club 2.
RAYMOND KIRK MEE-Transferred from University
City High School, Saint Louis, Missouri 25 Jazz Club 2,3,4,
President 45 Jordan Jesters 45 "What A Life"5 Track 3:
Football 45 U-Men's Club 45 Transferred 4.
MARCIA ANNF MEYER-Typing Club 15 Booster Club
1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,25 Chorus 25 Ensemble 2,35 Jordan
Jesters 25 F.H.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Prom Committee 35
Girls' State 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3.4, secretary 45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls'
Chorus 45 First Place, String Quartet 2,3.
Class of 1957
PAMELA MARTIN MOODY-G.A.A. l,2,3,45 jordan
-Iesters 1,2,3,45 Thespian 2,3,45 Chorus 15 Booster Club
2,3,45 Student Council 35 Prom Committee 35 Honor Thes-
pian 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 45 junior
Prom Queen 35 "You Can't Take It With You," "Good
News," "The Happy Journey," "Mrs. McThing"5 National
Honor Society 4.
RICHARD BAILEY MULLER-Science Club 15 Bridge
Club 45 Chess Club 4, secretary 4.
CECIL LEON MULLIS-Senior Athletics Club 15 Outdoor
Sportsmen's Club 2,45 Projectors Club 35 Radio Club 45
ERIC ARNULF NEUMANN-junior Academy of Science
1,2,35 Science Club 1,2,35 Radio Club 4.
HAROLD DEAN PATE-Projectors Club 1,2,3,45 Prom
Committee 35 Senior Athletics Club 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45
Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 U-Men's Club 2,3,4.
DONNA JEANNE PAYNE-Reading Club 15 G.A.A.
1,2,35 Prom Committee 35 Booster Club 2,35 Art Club
DOUGLAS WHITING RAE-QUAD Staff 25 Photography
Club 15 Chess Club 1,25 Science Club 1,2,35 junior Acad-
emy of Science 2,3,4, vice-president 3,45 Prom Committee 35
Sophomore Councilg Senior Announcements Committee5
Library Assistant 45 Jazz Club 45 "Young Man's Fancy,"
"Good News"5 Tennis 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15
Wrestling 35 Football 45 U-Men's Club 45 Science Fair 2.
TIIU JULIA RAUN-QUAD Staff 2,3,4, Page Editor 3,
News Chairman 4, Managing Editor 45 JORDANNUS
Staff 45 Band 1,2,3, secretary-treasurer 1,25 Orchestra 1,2,35
G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 25 Junior Academy of Science 3,45 Jazz
Club 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Second Place, Spelling Bee 35
National Merit Scholarship Finalist 45 National Honor So-
ciety 45 Ernie Pyle Award 4.
MAUD ELIZABETH RICHARDSON-Art Club l,2,35
Art Award 3.
LINDA LEE ROBERTSON-Future Nurses Club 15 Li-
brary Assistant 25 Choral Club 2,3.
Class of 1957
CLARA LEE SHADLEY-Future Nurses Club 25 Prom
Committee 35 jordan Jesters 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Choral
Club 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 45 Art
Club 45 "Good News," "Lowland Sea," "H.M.S. Pina-
MARY LYNN SIKES-G.A.A. 15 Booster Club 15 Library
Assistant 25 Chorus 2,3,45 Choral Club 2,3,4, president 35
Prom Committee 35 Art Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus
45 "H.M.S. Pinafore," "Lowland Sea," "Requiem," "Spring
Concert"5 District Choral Festival 25 State Choral Festival
35 First in District Choral and Ensemble Contest 35 Second
in State Choral and Ensemble Contest 35 Triple Trio plus
One 35 Debutantes 4.
KAREN KAY SIMS-Olhce Assistant 15 Booster Club
2,35 Jordan Jesters 2,35 Future Nurses Club 2,45 Tri-Hi-
Y 35 Prom Committee 35 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 G.A.A. Executive
Council 3,45 Bridge Club 45 JORDANNUS Staff 4.
LARRY LEON SINN-Projectors Club 1,2,35 Radio Club
45 Football 4.
JERRY TODD SMALLWOOD-Projectors Club 1,2,3,4g
Prom Committee 35 Senior Athletics Club 45 U-Men's Club
45 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3.
MARIAN ANNIS SMITH-Choral Club 15 Girls' Glee Club
1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. Executive Council 45 Booster
Club 1,2,3,45 Jordan Jesters 2,3,4, secretay-treasurer 45
Honor Thespian 2,3,4, secretary-treasurer 45 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Chorus 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 45
Student Council 45 Debutantes 3,45 "You Can't Take
It With You," "A Young Man's Fancy," "Mrs. McThing,"
"H.M.S. Pinaforef' "Arsenic and Old Lace"5 District Choral
Festival 35 State Choral Festival 45 District Choral and
Ensemble Contest, First Place 35 State Choral and En-
semble Contest, Second Place 3.
PAULINE ESTHER SMITH-Girls' Glee Club 15 Band I5
Freshman Councilg Art Club 15 Choral Club 1,25 Sopho-
more Ring Committee5 Booster Club 2,3,45 Prom Commit-
tee 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. Executive Council 3,45 Jor-
dan Jesters 1,2,3,45 Thespian 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y
Girls' Chorus 45 QUAD Staff 45 ,IORDANNUS Staff 45
Senior Announcements Committeeg Jazz Club 45 "You
Can't Take It With You," "Great Big Doorstep," "Young
Man's Fancy," "Good News," "Mrs. McThing," "Our
LEANNA JANE STANGLE-Future Nurses Club 1,45
F.T.A. 25 Prom Committee 35 Booster Club l,2,3,4, president
3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. Executive Council 3,45 Tri-Hi-
Y 3,4, president 45 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 45 JORDANNUS
Staff 45 Freshman Dance Queeng Junior Class Secretary.
JANE TYLER STEPHANS-Student Council 1,25 Booster
Club 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,4, chaplain 25 Prom
Committee 35 Choral Club 3,4.
MARY ALICE STRAIN--Girls' Glee Club 15 Choral Club
1,45 Student Council 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Award l5 Orch-
estra 1,2,3,45 jordan jesters 1,2,3,45 Thespian 3,45 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Executive Council 15 Latin Club 35 Booster Club
45 QUAD Staff 3,45 News Editor 45 HERALD TELE-
PHONE Correspondent 45 JORDANNUS Stalf 45 Quill
and Scroll 45 "Stage Door," "Great Big Doorstep," "What
a Life"5 National Merit Scholarship Finalistg National Honor
Class of 1957
JAMES WILLIAM TERMAN-QUAD Staff 3,49 Sports
Editor 3,4, News Editor 4, Photographer 3,49 JORDAN-
NUS Staff 4, Circulation Manager 49 Band 19 Freshman
Council9 Photography Club l,2,3, treasurer 19 National
Honor Society 3,4, president 49 Quill and Scroll 4, vice-
president 49 Cross Country 1,2,3,49 Jazz Club 49 U-Men's
Club 49 National Merit Scholarship Finalist 49 Ernie Pyle
Award 49 "Good News" Orchestra 2.
NANCY ELLEN THAYER-Transferred from North
Vernon High School, North Vernon, Indiana 49 Graduated
in January, 1957.
MICHAEL MOORE TIMMS-Choral Club 49 Jazz Club
49 Outdoor Sportsmcn's Club 39 Wrestling 1,49 Tennis 394.
JOAN ELIZABETH VELTEN-Orchestra 1,2,3,4, presi-
dent 39 String Ensemble 1,2,3,49 Library Assistant 29
QUAD Staff 29 Choral Club 2g Jordan Jesters 2,39 Latin
Club 3,49 State Contest Solo and Ensemble Award 2,39
French Contest Award 2,3.
CHARLES ROBERT WALDEN-JORDANNUS Staff 4.
Advertising Staff 49 Band 19 Projectors Club 1,2,3,4, secre-
tary-treasurer l,2,3Q Engineer of Radio Show 2,39 Radio
Club 49 U-Men's Club 2,3,49 Baseball l,2,3,4Q Football Man-
ager l,2Q Basketball Manager l,2Q Senior Class Representative
to United Nations 4.
ROSE MARIE WEBB-Typing Club 19 Art Club 29 Tri-
Hi-Y 3,49 Jazz Club 49 Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus 49 G.A.A.
3,49 Band Drum Majorette l,2,3,4.
THOMAS MONROE WEIR-Outdoor Sportsmen's Club
l,2,3,4Q Bridge Club 49 U-Men's Club 2,3,49 Baseball 3,49
Football l,2,3,49 Basketball 2,3,49 Track 1,2.
STEPHEN JAMES WEISER-QUAD Staff 2,39 Editorial
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Booster Club ,...... .
Chess Club ...,...... .
Freshman Bridge Club .......
Nurses . , ...... ,.... .
Homemakers of America
Teachers of America ..
G.A.A. ...,............... .
G.A.A. Executive Council ...,
jazz Club .,.... ....,.....
jordan Jesters ...,.,....,...
Jordan Jester Apprentice Club
Junior Academy of Science . .,
junior High Art Club . ., .
Baseball ..,.....4 .
Cross-Country , ,...... ,
Freshmen Basketball . . .
Golf ....,..,....,. ,
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....42 junior High ChoralClub
, , . .46 junior High Dancing Club ...... .S2
....4S junior High Drama Club
.,..47 junior High Future Homemakers
....49 of America
...S0 junior High Outdoor Sportsman
Junior High Rifle Club .......... 53
.,,.S1 Junior High Reading Club .....,.S4
. . , .47 Junior High Recreation Club . . . . . S3
.-.43 junior High Science Club ,,.. ,..S4
....43 Junior High Typing Club . . . . . . . .SS
. , . .48 junior Senior Bridge Club .....,.,49
. . . ,SS Metropolitan Youth Council . . . . , 440
, , . .64 Reserve Basketball . . . . . . .61
, . , ,63 Reserve Football . . . . ,S8
.,..6l Tennis .....64
..,,6S Track ,. ...63
National Honor Society
Outdoor Sportsmen . . .
Quill and Scroll
Radio Club ..
Senior Athletics ....,
Sophomore Bridge Club
Student Council ,,...
Tri-Hi-Y Girls' Chorus
Typing Club ...,,...
U-Men's Club ,....,.
Varsity Basketball , . ,
Varsity Football . , ,
Advertising Index '
Barnard Motors ,... . . .111
Bartlett's Marker ........,. . . .103
Block's College Shop ....., 5 ..... 111
Bloomington National Bank . . . . . 112
Bloomington Paint and '
Wallpaper Company . . . . . .108
Book Nook .........,.,. . . :102
Brummett's Pharmacy . . . . . . 105
Bud and Vaynek Pure
Oil Service ..,........ . . .105
Byron C. Nash Studios ......... 109
Coca-Cola Bottling Company .... 110
Cooper's jewelry .,............ 1 1 1
Daily Herald Telephone . . . . . .108
Abbitt, Freddy ........... 5 2, 53,
Abbirt, Madeline ,.....,..... 44,
Abbott, Joan ..44, 45, 50, 57, 68,
Abram, Becky ........... 42, 68,
Abram, Danny . . . ....... .42,
Abram, jack .... ........... 4 2,
Adams, Camille ....... 41, 43, 57,
Adams, Connie .... 44, 45, 50, 57,
Adams, Jeanette .......,.,.....
Adams, Pamela ........... 54, 55,
Albright, Carol ...... 54, 55, 79,
Albright, Donny ......... 47, 50,
Alexander, Janet ........, 50, 57,
Allen, Richard . .
. .... 20, 58, 84,
.....44, so, sz,
......4a, sz, s4,
Allen, Sue ....,. ......... 5 5,
Altop, Leon ,...
Anderson, judy .
.. Qfifii,' '47,
Andis, Sue .....
Appelman, Bob .
cm: ... Qi, Iifii,
Applewhite, James ..... 46, 53, 54,
Arnold, Ronald . . . ......,. . . . .
Atkinson, Sharon . . . .... 52, 55,
Axom, Leston .... .......
Axom, Martha .... ...,
Bailey, Barbara ......., 43, 50, 57,
Bailey, Nancy ...9, 41, 49, 52, 53,
Baird, Kay ........... 43, 49, 57,
Baker, Ann .... 28, 40, 41, 43, 56,
Baker, Marvin Knot picturedl
Baker, Susan ...ll, 40, 41, 47, 56,
Baldwin, Missy ..
Bardwell, Gale ..... 30, 45, 50, 57,
Barker, Sara ...... 43, 49, 50, 57,
Barnett, George ......,.... 52, 53,
Barnhill, Charles ...... 44, 56, 59,
Barrow, Judith . . .
Barrow, Nelson ..
Barrow, Robert . . .
.. . 32, SS,
Bartle, Jonquil . . . ....,. .47,
Bartlett, Billie .......,... 52, 54,
Batchelder, William ...2l, 40, 41,
49, 56, 88
Day Funeral Home .... . ........
Ellis Floral and Landscaping
Company ......,... ' .......
Fergie's .................. ....
First National Bank . . . ..........
Harry Stephens Realty Co. . .... .
Hedrick's D-X Service Station ..,
Home Launders and Dry -
Cleaners ............. , .... ,
IQA Foodliner .......... . . 1 .
Johnson's Creamery . ...,...... .
Modern Cleaners . .. ......... . . .
Monroe County State Bank ......
Neumode , ..,..................
Baugh, Paul .. ......... 50,
Baxter, Pearl .... 42, 45, 57,
Baxter, Wilma .....,.. .45,
Bayless, Sharilee ....... 46, 52, 55,
Beard, Karen ................ 57,
Beard, Merilynn ...... 46, 54, 55,
Beasley, Starleen ......... 52, 55,
Beausoleil, Norman . ...... 53, 54,
Beck, Robert ....... ,....... 4 6, 55
Beights, Raymond ........ 53, 55, 79
Bell, Charlotte .............. 52, 81
Bell, Nona ..... 10, 11, 41, 47, 56, 90
Bemis, Cindy ...... 44, 45, 50, 57, 84
Bemis, Sharon ......... 41, 50, 57, 88
Bensinger, Kaye.14, 40, 41, 43, 49, 57,
Bergevin, Julie ........... 41, 43, 92
Bidney, Martin ......,. 44, 46, 49, 84
Binkley, Ann ..... 3, 46, 52, 54, 79
Binkley, james...43, 44, 46, 56, 61,
Bishop, Jade ........,. ........ 8 4
Black, Tom ......... ...... 6 1, 90
Boardman, Nancie ...,...... 50, 88
Bobilya, Jerry ...... ..... 4 2, 50, 84
Blair, Bonnie ....... ..... ....... 7 9
Bowden, Charles .17, 19, 32, 41, 42,
56, 58, 62, 63, 92
Bowen, john ............ 14, 52, 81
Bouvier, Margaret .42, 44, 50, 57, 84
Braden, Mary Beth .... 31, 53, 55, 79
Bradley, Donna Bush .......
. .... 88
Branam, Carolyn ......... 53, 55, 79
Brandon, Richard .. . ..... 52, 54, 81
Bray, Patricia .... ...... 4 4, 86
Bridwell, Judy ...... 42, 84
Briggs, Evan .... .... 5 3, 54, 79
Briscoe, Carlisl .. ...... 47, 50, 86
Britten, Ronald .......... 44, 47, 90
Brogneaux, Patricia . . .28, 34, 40,-43,
48, 49, 88
Brookshire, Robert .... 41, 52, 53, 81
Brown, Bernard ....... 46, 52, 53, 82
Brown, Marilyn .......... 42, 45, 86
Brown, Marilyn filthy ...52, 53, 81
Brown, Trudy ................. 92
Bruce, Vickie Knot picturedj
Brummett, Brenda ........... 52, 82
Brummett, William. .30, 49, 58, 61, 86
Buntin, Presley ...... 9, 41, 46, 53, 82
R and S Boot Shop ..
Redwood and Ross ....
Rone Music Company .,,. ..
Southern Sporting Goods ..
Star- Courier .... - ....... .
Superior Lumber 8: Building
Times Credit ............
Vogue . . ......... .
Wible and Adams
Wiles Drug Company ....
Wiles Photo Supply
Burton, Ann ......... 46, 53, 55, 82
Byrd, Jeanne ...30, 43, 48, 49, 57, 86
Byrnes, Shaun ........... 53, 55, 82
Cain, Junior ...... .......... 9 0
Cain, Karen ..... .... 5 2, 55, 82
Cain, Richard .....,....... .... 7 9
Callahan, Thelma .......,.. 42, 45
Campaigne, David . .34, 47, 49, 61, 84
Campbell, Kay ..34, 41, 48, 50, 57, 93
Carlson, Jean ..... 34, 41, 45, 48, 50,
Carmony, Lowell ...... 41, 53, 55, 82
Carter, Dennis 17, 19, 58, 62, 63, 86
Carter, Nancy ............... 44, 86
Carter, Thomas .............. 47, 60
Cassidy, Kay .... 42, 45, 90
Cauer, Ursula ....,....... 41, 44, 88
Chapman, Robert ........ 47, 50, 84
Chitwood, janet ...45, 47, 50, 57, 88
Christenson, Ann .... 34, 42, 43, 50,
Clark, Carolyn ........... 44, 45, 84
Clark, Jack .,...... 42, so, ss 61, so
Clark, Larry .......... '. .52, 53, 79
Clark, Leslie ....... 54, 55, 79
Clark, Steve .......... 46, 47, 49, 84
Cleland, Rusty ..... 3, 10, 26, 27, 40,
47, 4s, ss, ss, so, 93
Coen, Michael ............ 52, 54, 82
Coleman, Janet ......... 42, 45, 88
Coller, David ......... 42, 49, 61, 84
Coller, Mary Ann ........... 55, 79
Collins, David ......,...,. 52, 54, 79
Cook, Deborah ...........,.. 54, 84
Cook, Jimmy ...... 9, 50, 52, 53, 79
Cook, Judith ..,. ..,. 2 1, 42, 57, ss
Cooper, Janice . . . ........ . . . .86
Covey, Bruce .... ....... . . .82
Covey, Tommy .. ........ .... 8 2
Cox, William .... 47, 50, 58, 86
Crafton, Bill ..... ...... 4 3 44, 84
Crandall, Sharen ...... 46, 52, 53, 32
Crawford, Charles ........ 54, 55, 82
Cresson, Barbara ...11, 17, 35, 41, 43,
4s, 49, so, si, 57,93
Cresson, Beth .......,. 43, 50, 57, 84
Cronk, Charla ............. .... 7 9
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Cronk, Roxanne ...........
Crosby, Cathy . ,.,.. ..,., 5 2,
Crosby, Robin ...40, 41, 42,
Crouch, Glenny ............
Crouch, Richard .....,... 47,
Crowe, Mary ............ 54,
Crowe, Roberta ...23, 43, 56,
Crowe, Ruth ....,....,.. 43,
Crowell, Ann ..... 43, 49, 50,
Crowell, Polly ...., 43, 49, 50,
Cuddy, Kay ..,. .....,.. 5 2,
Cuifey, Roger .,... .... 4 0,
Cummings, Ralph .,...,.. 52,
Curry, Clifford ....... 19, 47,
Curry, Fred . . ...... 52,
Curry, Phil .....,.... 20, 44,
Curry, Stephen . . ...... 53,
Curtis, Cinda ... ,..,.41,
Dallas, Neil Knot picturedj
Darby, Joanne ..............
Dawson, Jim .......,.... .
Deckard, Barbara . . .
Deckard, Diane . . . .
Deckard, Dennis . . . . .
Deckard, Norman .... .,..
Deckard, Pat . .,.. ....... .
Deckard, Robert .......,. 42,
Dekle, Catherine ..... 41, 42,
Diehl, Phyllis Knot picturedl
Deihl, Thelma Knot picturedj
Dieterle, Paul , .........,
Dixon, David . ,...,., 42, 50,
Dixon, Doug . . . . . . .52,
Dodds, Alice . . . ....... ,53,
Dodds, Mary ...............
Dodds, Robert ..,.. 42, 56, 58,
Dollens, John ........... 47,
Doty, Susanne ..... 25, 49, 50,
Doty, Sylvia ...,..... 46, 52,
Dugger, Francie ..... 41, 43,
Dugger, Susan .........,..,.
Dunn, Jane 9, 40, 41, 52,
Dunn, Fred ..,...,..,... 52,
Dunn, George ..... 13, 19, 28,
41, 43, 48, 49, 56, 58,
Dunlap, Tom ,.......,. . .53,
Dyer, Ruth ...... 42, 45, 50,
Dysert, Stephen ...........,
Edington, Dodd . , . , . . . .
Edington, Gail . . . . . ,52,
Egan, Philip .... . . .63,
Elam, Robert . . . . , .42,
Elkins, Russell .... ,...... 4 4,
Ellis, Paul ......,.,.,. 12, 47,
EHiL Sara .,.,.23, 49, So, S7,
Ellson, Charlotte . .16, 23, 43,
Ellson, Donald . .11, 35, 47, 48
Elmore, Carol Knot picturedj
Elmore, Judy ..,..... 46, 54,
English, Charles . . .13, 19, 47,
Emmons, Carol .,., . ,....,
Estes, Jon ....... .... 5 4,
Etnier, Jerry . . . ..... .44,
Evans, Jack ., .... 42, 49,
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Fagan, Mary ...,..
Fagan, Tim .....
.1 . .42,
Fell, Eleanor ..,.,..,..,.. 53,
Femal, Sally . .,.,. 41, 49, 50,
Fender, Myrtle English .,....
Field, David .....
Fike, Cheryl .....
Fisher, Karen , S . . ,
Fitzgerald, Martin . . ,
Flack, Pat ,..,....
Flaugh, Chuck ..
Fleener, Jim .....
Fleming, Steven , . .
Flynn, Darlene . . .
Flynn, Tony , . .
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Foster, Ann . ...,...... 45, 49,
Foster, David ..,. 17, 36, 41, 42,
56, 58, 94
Foster, John . ,. .,... 54, 55,
Foster, Lincoln . , . . . .42, 49, 61,
Fraser, John .... 52, 54,
Frazier, Kenny ..
Freeman, Teena ..... . . .54,
Frenz, Paul ...... ,.,..... 4 2,
Frenz, Sigrid ...... 42, 43, 48,
Galyan, Philip ....... 47,
Garrison, David .....,.... 53,
Gaston, Susie 11, 41, 42, 50, 51,
Geiger, Bob ............,. 52,
Geiger, Gloria .........,. 43,
Gibson, Lucille . , ....,.... 43,
Gillaspie, Golda .......,.. 54,
Gilliatt, Lynne. ,40, 42, 43, 50,
Gilliatt, Pam , .... ,.,.,.. 5 3,
Gilliland, Billy ..............
Goby, Ann ., .41,
Goodwin, Mark ......, 42,
Goodman, Paul ..
Gordon, Beth ..
Griffin, Emily ,.
Grubb, David ..
Susan . .
Connie . , .
43, 50, 51,
Haak, Geraldine . , .
Hagen, Charles ........... 53,
Hale, Dennis , . .
Hall, Heather ........ 14,
Hallagan, Carol , .... , .23,
Hammond, Marvin .... 46,
Hankins, Elvin ,......, 47, 50,
Harnly, Ann ....,.........,
Harnly, Thomas ,......,. 53,
Harrell, Jackie 16, 35, 43, 48,
Harrington, William . ,,...,..
Hartman, John . . .
Hatchett, Terry ..
Hatchett, Wilmer .
Hatfield, Judy ,.
Hawkins, Jack ..,.,.. 42, 50,'
Haynes, Bonnie . .,.. 43, 48, 49,
S7, ss, 89
Haynes, Dan .... ..... 4 4, 47,
Haynes, William ,. ..,.... 52, 53,
Hays, Janet ....,.,.. 43, 50, 57,
Hazelrigg, Amy .,.41, 43, 46, 57,
Head, Deanna .............. 44,
Hedges, Audree .... , ....... 43,
Hedges, Harriett .,....... 52, 55,
Hendricks, Richard ,....,.... 55,
Hensley, Tom ...... 25, 47, 48, 49,
Herbin, Bryan .................
Herbin, Bubbina ...............
Herbin, James ...,..,...,. 53, 55,
Hershman, John ...... 47, 50, 58,
Hewitt, Eddie Knot picturedy
Hicks, Lane ...... 16, 40, 43, 49,
Higgins, Gene Knot picturedj
Higgins, Richard ........ 53, 55,
Hilliker, ,Jill ........ 35, 43, 48,
50, 57, 87
Hilt, Mary Jo ..... 14, 35, 43, 48,
Hinds, Jocelyn . . . ....... .44,
Hinkle, Donna ....,...... 52, 54,
Hoadley, Cynthia .... 14, 35, 41,
48, 49, 57
Hoadley, Pat ..... 26, 44, 47, 56,
Hobbs, Paul , . . . . .47, 50,
Hodge, Charles . . ..... 50,
Hofstetter, Ann . ...... 54,
Hoge, Henry ,... ,...,..... 5 2,
Hogue, David .., ...52, 53, 80,
Hollers, Gary ., ........ 52, 53,
Hooten, Suan ..,.. L44, 45, 50, 57,
Horack, Frank .....,..... 47, 49,
Horton, Douglas .........,.,..
Hoskins, Walter ...,..... 47, 50,
Hottel, Johnny ,...... ..... 5 2,
Householder, Alison 43, 49, 50, 57,
Houshour, Richard ....... 47, 50,
Hreha, Maria .,....... 42, 45, 57,
Hudson, Tom ..... 34, 40, 41, 47,
Huffman, Sue . , . . . .
Hughes, Patricia .........
Hunt, Jim ...... .........,.
Hunter, David .,,,, .,42, 50, 58,
Huntington, Nancy ,.36, 40, 45,
Huntington, Tommy ...., 42, 44,
Irwin, Nancy .,.,.. 25, 46, 52, 55
Irwin, Paul ...... 18, 44, 47, 63,
Ivans, John Knot picturedy
Ivans, Sally Knot picturedj
Jacobs, Charles . . . . .44, 47,
Jacobs, James . . . . .44, 50,
Jacobs, Janet . . . .,.. .42,
Jean, Sue .,...... ..,. 4 2, 45,
Johnson, Eddie ..,.,...... 52, 53,
Johnson, Judith ......,...... 55,
Johnson, Mike . 28, 41, 43, 44, 58,
Jiinker, Michael ,.......,. 52, 55,
Junker, Patricia ,..45, 50, 51, 57,
Junker, Penelope ..... 42, 51, 57,
Karsell, Barbie .............,. 52,
Karsell, Philip .... ...1l, 20, 40,
43, 44, 89 l
Kaslow, David ........ 42, 44, 61,
Kelley, Kathleen ...,..,.. 52, 55,
Kelley, Nancy . .44, 47, 48, 50, 57,
Riester, Joan Knot
Kent, Charles .....,.,.,.,... 52, 82
Kenter, Ruth ..... 41, 47, 50, 57, 95
Key, Eva ................... 49, 87
King, John Knot picturedj
Kinser, Jim ............... ,.87, 90
Kinser, Lavon , . . . . .47, 50, 89
Kinser, Ronnie ....,......... 47, 50
Kirkpatrick, Laird ...., 46, 52, 55, 82
Kirkpatrick, Meredith ..., 41, 43, 46,
57, 85 '
Klink, Randy ..,......... ss, ss, so
Kronenberger, 'Larry ...... 43, 49, 85
Krueger, William. 17, 26, 27, 28, 60, 95
Kutche, Jim . .,...,..... 44, 47,
Lane, Bill .......,....... 53, 55,
Langdon, Don Knot picturedj
Larson, Karen ........... 25, 52,
Larson, Sharon . ..,..,....,., 53,
Lauer, Tom ...... 8, 9, 41, 52, 53,
Laves, Peggy ...,... 9, 41, 52, 55,
Laves, Ruth ........ 41, 45,
Laws, Karen ....., 42, 49, 50, 57,
Lawson, Don .... .... 4 7, 50, 61,
Legge, Ted .........., 44, 47, 58,
Leightman, Danny ........ 44, 47,
Leightman, Judith . . . .... 52, 53,
Lemon, Tim ...... ..,. 5 2, 53,
Lemon, Ridley .. .... 47, 49,
Leonard, Robbie ..,. .. .31, 41,
Lockridge, Jeannie ........ 54, 55,
Loft, Richard .....,.,. 46, 53, 54,
Loop, Joe ....... .... 4 7, 50,
Lowe, Charles . . , ..... . I.
Lqwe, James .... 54, 55,
Lowe, Judy .,.,. . . .44, 49,
Lows, Vivalois . . . ..,. 52, 55,
Lowell, Brent . . . .... 47, 49,
Maas, David ..................
Mass, Kyril .,....... 46, s4, ss,
Mahan, John,14, 25, 34, 41143, 49,
Mahan, Scott ............ 52, 55,
Maloney, Ellen. 35, 43, 48, 49, 57,
Manifold, Leslie. 29, 41, 43, 50, 57,
Maras, John ............. 43, 49,
Marshall, Allan ., ..., 9, 41, 52, 53,
Marshall, Barbara . , l . ..,.. 53, 55,
Marshall, Betty 10, 49, 50, 56, 57,
Marshall, Thomas .... 43, 44, 56,
Marten, Gary ....,. 47, 50, 61, 85,
Martin, David .... 42, 50, 58,
Martin, Jean .. ..... 54, 55,
Martz, Brian .. ....... 44,
Martz, Eric ...... . . .44, 49,
Masten, Melanie ........,......
May, Charles ...,.,,...... 42, 50,
May, Judy ..,... 41, 42, 50, 57,
May, Marilyn .......,.,.......
May, Martha ,,............. 50,
McCammon, Martha ...,..... 57,
McClary, Nancy ..,... 42, 45,
McClennen, Helen ..4l, 43, 50,
' 57, 96
McClintock, Danny ...46, 52, 53,
'McClintock, Ruth .......,.,.
McCord, Marjorie ..... 21, 45, 50,
McCord, Ronald .. ,.... 53, 55,
McCosh, David ., ,. 42, 43,
McCosh, Michael ........ 52, 53,
McCoy, Dwight ...,,...,..,. 55,
McCoy, Robert .... 46, 47, 49, 61,
McCoy, Sherrilyn .......,. 31, 54,
McCrea, Barbara ,.41, 43, 50, 57,
McCrea, David .......,.. 52, 55,
McDaniel, Deniese .... 30, 35, 47,
49, 57, 96 K
McDaniel, Janet.41, 42, 50, 51, 57,
McElhinney, Dean ......, 47, 50,
McElhinney, Terry ...,.. 47, 87,
McEvoy, Chris ...,...... 42, 49,
McFall, Charles ..3, 14, 16, 18,
49, 56, 61, 63 87
McFall, Dick ...18, 27, 43, 49,
60, 63, 96
McGlasson, Tom ....,....... 52,
McGrayel, Leah 41, 42, 50, 51, 57,
McKinney, Bette ......... . . . 54,
McMuJlen, David .46, ss, s4,
McPheron, Dan .,.34, 42, 50, 62,
Meadows, Janet ........ 54, 68,
Meadows, Jim ...... ....... 5 0,
Meadows, Rosa . . . ....... .42,
Mee, Kirk ....... .... 4 7, 48, 58,
Mee, Marcia ....... 52, 53,
Mercer, Dave .. .... 40, 44, 47,
Merritt, Lucy ..... 41, 43, 50, 57,
Merritt, Peggy ....... 43, 49, 50,
Meyer, Evelyn .. , .... 43, 44, 46,
Meyer, Marcia ......., 41, 50, 57,
Meyer, Margaret . ..... 52, 55,
Milburn, Caryl . . . ....... ,54,
Milisen, C les . ........,. .
Milisen, Ju ith .10, 43, 49, 57,
Milisen, Valerie.43, 48, 49, 50, 57,
Miller, Lynn ......... 42, 44, 87,
Miller, Dennis ......,.,... 52, 53,
Miller, Karen .... 41, 43, 50, 57,
Miller, Larry .. .... 450, 58,
Miller, Mary .. .1.54, 55,
Miller, Stephen .. .,... 42, 44,
Mills, Don ........... 44, 47, 56,
Mills, Ronald .,.., 19, 47, 49, 56,
Mood, Alton ,.... ..... 4 7, 50, 89,
Moody, Craig ........ 46, 52, 53,
Moody, Pam ....... 36, 41, 43, 57,
Mooney, Barbara ...43, 49, 57, 68,
Moore, Doris ...,.,......, 42,'45,
Morris, Judy , ...,........... 52,
Morrow, Joe Knot picturedj
Moss, Susan .... 16, 25, 34, 43, 48,
50, 57, 89
Muller, Helen ...,...,.....,. 54,
Muller, John ...., . , .47, 50,
Muller, Richard ..... 47, 49,
Mlllis, Cecil .... ...44, 47, 62,
Mullis, Ruth ......,. .... 4 2, 49,
Murphy, Elizabeth . . ..... 55,
Murphy, Pat ....., ...47, 49,
Murphy, Sharon . . . ...,.. . 50,
Myers, Michael . .. ..... 14, 43,
Myers, Sherry ...43, 50, 57,
Myers, Steve ...,.... .,,. 5 3, 55,
Mysza, Glenn .,.,..,..... 52, 54,
Nagy, Gregory ..... . . .
Neawedde, Harlan ........ 46,
Neawedde, James ......... 46,
Nebergall, William. .29, 42, 49,
Neel, Nina ...,.... 29, 45, 49,
Neumann, Erik ...... , . .,... ,
Neumann, Karen .......,....
Newton, Rickie ...42, 49, 58,
Nichola, Gail ...... ,..., . I. .
Noel, Jean . ,........ .......
Noel, Ramona ...,,...... 50,
Noel, Rosalie ...23, 41, 42, 50,
O'Conner, Joe ............ 47,
Oinas, Valdar . ,...... 21, 47,
O'Neal, Charles ,.,. .,... 44,
Otteson, Judith ..... . . .43,
Otteson, Martha . . . . , . .
Parsons, Connie . . . . .
Pate, Harold , 42, 50,
Patton, Barratt .
Payne, Donna ..
Payne, Harold Knot picturedl
Pennington, Mike .... .... 4 7,
Penrose, Judith .... .... 4 2,
Petry, Patty ,.., .,...,...
Petry, Thomas ........... 44,
Phillips, Patty ,....
.45, 47, 48
Pinkston, Melinda , . . . . .52,
Polley, Sue ,...,.
Pope, William . .
Pratt, Martha ....
Price, Eddie Knot picturedj
Quarles, Chris , . . , .
Rae, Doug .... 12, 44, 47, 58,
Raines, James ...... ,..... 5 2,
Raun, Tiiu. .34-, 35, 44, 47, 48,
Raun, Toivo ...,..
Reed, Phil ........... 47,
Regester, Marilyn . .
Rich, David ,...,
Ridge, Janet ......
Riester, John Knot
Roberts, Patty ..
. ..,... 47,
.44, 45, 50,
Robertson, Linda Gale .......
Robertson, Linda Lee . . . . . .
Robinson, Jan ..............
Robinson, Myra ..... 42, 50,
Robinson, Robert ....., 47, 50,
Robinson, Tony .........,..
Rogers, Connie .... 44, 45, 50,
Rogers, Judith ......,. 43, 49,
Rogers, Larry .....,.,.... 53,
Rohrer, Alicia . . . ..... . 52,
Rolfe, Douglas . . . .47, 50,
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Roman, Joe ....
Ross, Patricia ........,... 52, 55,
Rostorfer, Ronny .... 34, 47, 49,
ss, ss V
Rothmuller, Daniel ....... 25, 46,
Russell, 'Pamela .... ..,... 5 5,
Russell, Sandra .... .... 5 2,
Royer, Jo Ellen .... ,...
Sampson, Milo . ,... 21, 40, 47, 49,
' 58, 61, 89 -
Sauvain, Don .. . . . .44, 46, 47,
Savage, Vicki .........,., 52, 55,
Schell, Ann ....... 9, 41, 52, 55,
Schmidt, Kathy ..........,... 52,
Schmidt, Peter .. . .... 52, 53,
Schneider, Ray ..... .... 4 2, 44,
Schoch, Jon ............. 52, 54,
Schr-amm, Mary Lynn I. .44, 45, 50,
Schuessler, Tom ...26, 47, 49, 56,
Schweitzer, Eric ........ 46, 55,
Schweitzer, Linda .,.,.... 41, 33,
Scobnes, Katherine Knot picturedj
Sorltchfleld, Dick ..... 46, 52, 54,
Seageib, Jane ......... 41, 43, 57,
Seifert, Ralph ...29, 43, 49,
Sewell, John". . ......... 44,
Sewell, Tom . ,...,. .......,, .
Shadley, Clara Lee . . .... 42, 48,
Shadley, Marcia . . . . 52, 55,
Shrake, Brenda .. .... 52, 53,
Sikes, Mary .....,......,... 42,
Simpson, Scotty ...... 47, 49, 61,
Sims, Karen, ...48, 49,'50, 51, 57,
Sinn, Larry ...............,...
Sinn, Lionel .......... 47, 58, 61,
Skirvin, Richard ....,... 52, 53,
Smallwood, Jerry ..42, 50, 56, 58,
Smith, Ann .,..,., 9, 41, 43, 48,
51, 57, 98
Smith, Eric .,.... ..... 5 3, 54,
Smith, Howard ....... 41, 44, 47,
Smith, David .... 47, 61,
Smith, Karen . . . ..... ,50,
Smith, Norma . . . .,.. 44, 45,
Smith, Pat ...... ....... 4 7, 62,
Smith, Pauline ,. ...50, 51, 57,
Smith, Ron ..... ...,.. 5 2, 53,
Snow, Georgiana ...... 43, 50, 57,
Snow, Kathleen . . .8, 9, 41, 55,
Snyder, Bill ........., 47, 58, 61,
Sonneborn, Tom ....,..... 46, 53,
Southern, Tom Knot picturedj
Spannuth, Mary ...... 52, 53, 55,
Spannuth, Russell ...19, 41, 44,
ss, 52, ss
Sparks, George ........., 42, 44,
Staley, David Knot picturedj
Staley, Marilyn ......,......,.,
Staniunas, Elizabeth .......,.. 42,
Stangle, Jane .... 21, 41, 48, 50,
Steele, Barbara ,... 42, 43, 50, 57,
Steinbeck, Jane ...41, 43, 46, 57,
Stempel, Tom ...42, 43, 56, 63,
Stephan, Judy .............,. 54,
Stephens, Jane ...,........... 57,
Stevens, Stevie . .. .... 52, 54,
Page one hundredaifizteen
Stevens, Teddy . . . .... 44, 46,
Stillions, Althura .... 42, 45,
Strain, Joseph ........... 54, 55,
Strain, Mary Alice .,.34, 43, 46,
50, 57, 98
Stringham, Nedene ..,.... 54, 55,
Strunk, Mary .,.. .... 5 2,
Stump, Mary .,............. 54,
Sturgeon, Eddie ................
Suer, Jay .... 13, 16, 47, 56, 58,
summiit, F. G. ....,. 19, 44, 46,
Swafford, Linda ......... 44, 45,
Swarthout, Alice ...... 43, 50, 57,
Swarthout, Jim ..47, 58, 61, 88,
Tackitt, Martha ....,. 46, 52, 54,
Tackitt, Steve .... 46, 52, 53,
Talbot, Judith ...... 49, so, 57,
Tapp, Janet .... ....... 5 4, 55,
Tapp, Joan .... ......... 5 4,
Tatlock, Harold ......... 52, 53,
Temple, Bruce ......,....... 47,
Terman, Jim ..11, 34, 35, 40, 41,
48, 56, 63, 99
Terman, Philip ........... 53, 54,
Teter, Nancy .... ...... 5 2,
Teter, Thomas ,. .... 52, 55,
Thayer, Nancy . . .,......... . .
Thomas, Jane ,...,.. .41, 43, 50,
Thompson, Sandra . .41, 42, 50, 51,
Thompson, Sue .. .......... 55,
Thrasher, Suzanne .43, 46, 49, 86,
Thurston, Judith . ....... 49, 57,
Timms, Carolyn . . .,..., 52,
Timms, Michael . , ......... 47,
Timms, Pati ......,..... 52, 54,
Topolugus, Jim ...., 9, 41, 52, 55,
Turner, Alice ...25, 43, 48, 49,
Ushenko, Audrey . . .
VanKeuren, William .........
VanMeter, Lynn ..
VanNostrand, Ruth Ann, . .43,
vanWagtendonk, Jan ...,.. 11,
41, 42, 44, 62, 89
Vaughan, Ted .........
Velten, Joan ....
Vinstein, Sally ,...
Vitaliano, Judith ..
Vitaliano, Peter ...,... 46, 54,
Walden, Bryan .........,. 53,
Walden, Robert .......... 36,
Walker, Dick ..,13, 47, 56, 58,
Walker, Fletcher ....,...
Walker, George Ann ...,....
Wallace, Wanda .43, 46, 49, 50,
Warner, Steven Knot picturedj
Warring, Jerome . , .34, 43, 44,
Waters, Robert . . .
Watson, Richard ,. .47, 49, 58, 61, 90
Webb, Kenneth ,.,.19, 42, 50, 56, 58,
62, 63, 90
Webb, Raymond .... 3 ,.... 52, 53, 81
Webb, Rose Marie .... .41, 42, 46, 47,
Webb, Shirley ...... 41, 42, so, 57, ss
Weddington, Malcolm . .42, 50, 56, 59,
Weddle, Carole . . . ..... 45, 50, 90
Weddle, Ronny ........... 54, 55, 81
Wedge, Susan ......... 45, 49, 50, 86
Weigel, William .......... 52, 53, 81
Weinberger, Elaine .,.,....,... 55, 83
Weir, Tom . .13, 47, 49, 56, 58, 60, 99
Weiser, Steve ., .25, 28, 40, 41, 47, 56
Weiser, Susan. ..11, 16, zs, 41, 42, 45,
48, 50, 57, 90
Welpott, Carol ............... 52, 81
Welpott, Warren ...... 46, 52, 54, 83
Wenning, Steve ..... ..,... 5 2, 53, 81
Wentworth, Nancy .... 34, 42, 48, 50,
Wentworth, Sam .... ..... 5 2, 54, 83
Wertz, James .......,.... 52, 53, 81
Wheeler, Carolyn ...... 47, 49, 50, 90
Wheeler, David .............. 47, 88
Wheeler, Tony .....,.. 19, 47, 62, 99
White, Glenna ..... 45, 47, 50, 57, 99
White, Judith ................... 88
White, Patricia ... ...52, 53, 83
White, Joe ....... . . ,42, 49, 86
Wickens, Ronnie .... . . .47, 50, 88
Wickens, Jimmy .,.. .. .52, 53, 81
Wilbur, Marie .... ..... 4 4, 49, 88
Will, Julia ...,.. ...... s 2, 54, 81
Williams, Clay ........ 42, 44, 61, 86
Williams, Elta ....,..,. 31, 52, 54, 81
Williams, Mary Susan. . .43, 49, 50, 86
Williams, Robert ..32, 42, 50, 56, 58
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Willis, Rada ... ..,. 41, 42, 90
Wilson, Tom .... ...... 5 2, 53, 81
Wilson, Joe ........., 52, 53, 83, 90
Wilson, Steve ............ 44, 58, 86
Wilson, Stan Knot picturedj
Winther, Ingrid .... 42, 43, 50, 57, 86
Witmer, Janice .... 16, 28, 40, 41, 43,
Witmer, Wayne ..... 9, 41, 52, 53, 81
Wooden, John ..... 30, 46, 47, 61, 88
Woods, Carolyn .... 34, 41, 50, 57, 86
Wright, John . . . ..... 42, 44, 61, 86
Wright, Terry .................. 47
Wylie, Robert ..... 26, 27, 41, 42, 56,
Wylie, William ... ...52, 58, 83
Yoder, Laveta .,.... . .45, 50, 100
Yoon, Pamela ... ...31, 54, 81
Young, Anne . . . ..,.. 46, 55, 83
Young, Leroy , ....... 52, 53, 81
Young, Nancy ........ 43, 50, 57, 86
Young, Steve ....,......, 52, 53, 84
Youngs, Christopher . . . . . . . . . .84
Zoerner, Linda .... ...... 5 7, 100
Zorn, Elizabeth . . . .... 20, 44, 100
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