Urbana High School - Urbanette Yearbook (Urbana, IN)

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Bus Drivers: Roger Goff, Louis Flohr, Gene Schenkel, Elmer Mil- ler, Ivan Hudson. Janitor: Myr Deal W 8: W LOCKER Bippus, Indiana BEHIND THE SCENES Even though these people do not always share the limelight, they are a very necessary part of the school system. Without their constant work behind the scenes all would not run as smoothly as it does. Whenever needed the bus drivers readily supply transportation to all school functions. Who do we call on when we want someone to do an odd job for us? Why, Mr. Deal, of course, who can be found at any time of the day doing his regular duties. Last but not least, is the cooking staff who so success- fully carry through the hot lunch program organized by che P, T, A, The annual staff joins the faculty and student body in thanking these people for their helpfulness and co-operation throughout this school year. Cooking Staff: Mrs. Wasem, Mrs. McLaughlin Mrs. Miller. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Roberta Akers, do hereby will my ability to argue to Mr. Reahard, my short hair to Judy Hairrell, my ability to get along with the teachers to Nancy Reed, and good luck to you unsuspecting undergrads. I, Betty Bates, do hereby will my seat behind Larry Rice to Judy Hudson, so it will be more con- venient, my job as majorette to J. Lynn Amones, so he can keep us in "good time", and my ability to mind my own business to Donnie Baker. I, June Bowman, do hereby will my ability not to blast my cornet to WUISIOH SISWHII. my ability not to jump to conclusions to Sharon Tyner, my seats in Civics and Psychology to anyone who likes to sit close to Mrs. Antrim, and good luck to future graduates. I, Wayne Dawes, in passing on from Urbana High, do hereby will my basketball talents to any underclassman who will make good use of them, my mathematics knowledge to Dale Williams ffor he wants to borrow it each dayj. and my ability to eat a complete dinner to Mrs. Meyers. L Wendel C. Dawes, do hereby will my height to Jakie Jacobs, my ability to get my Math done before class to Dale Williams and Winston Stewart, my seat in the assembly to any good boy or girl, and my ability to get to school on time to Dale. I, Peggy Eads, do hereby will my boldness to Arlene Antrim, my ability to get along with people to Dale Williams, my ability to stay out of trouble to Fred Wilcox, and last but not least, my ability to like school and get the most fun out of it to anyone undergrad of U, H, S, I, Steve Gilbert, being of sound mind and body, hereby will my b00kS I0 ally junior Wh0 will make good use of them for their future, my basketball ability to Jim Lefforge and the best of luck to all future graduates of Urbana High. I, Karen Goebel, do hereby bequeath my seat in the assembly to Joan Koch so that she and Davetta will be within arguing distance. I will my chemistry book to anyone who can get a bang out of it. All bequeaths having been made, I depart in peace. I, Nancy Hoover, will my seat in the assembly to anyone who likes to be jumbled up and down by Wendel, my ability in trying to sit up straight to Alice England, my hair to Joan Koch, and my future step toward graduation to anyone who enjoys quitting school. I, Sally Jacobs, do hereby will my ability to walk right to Roberta Harrell, my brains to my brother, my seat in the assembly to Chad Dilling, and the best of luck to the undergraduates. I, Sandy Jester, do hereby will my well-worn books to anyone who wants them, my secret on how to eat apples, oranges, and candy in the assembly without getting caught to all underclassmen, and the best of luck to all future seniors. I, Karmen Karns, being of sound mind and body will my short hair to Judy Hairrell and Marcella Cripe, my ability not to tell others what to do and how to sing to Alice England, and the best of luck to future graduates. I, Patty Keaffaber, do hereby will my ability to be two minutes late to school every morning to Elaine Monce, my senior skirt to Judy Hudson, my place in chorus to anybody who can carry a tune, and the best of luck to next year's seniors. I, Myrval Miller, will my seat in the assembly to anyone who likes to be at the front, my civics book to Mickey Eubank, and my chemistry and advanced math books to anyone who can stand them. I, Marvin Mast, being of sound mind do hereby will my curly hair to Larry Rice, my dependable Ford to Jimmy Pobst, and my position on the basketball team to Johnny Wilcox. I, Marjorie Monce, do hereby will my seat in the assembly to anyone who likes to do Wayne Stauffer's English, my job as editor of the annual to any capable junior with nerves of steel, and the best of luck to all future seniors. I, Mary Ann Weck, do hereby will my job as accompanist to the choms to Eileen, my ability to keep on time to J. Lynn Amones, and my seat in the assembly to anyone who can stand Tommy Eads and Jerry Capes, I, Shelvia Wilcox, will my height and big feet to Vicki Roth, my long hair to Davetta Holycross, my ability to get along in a trio to Alice England, and last but least, the ability to stay in school and get an education to all those that quit school. f-- .r.A.-W aa W 'Q SENIORS :- Left to right: Mr. Drayer, sponsor: Marvin Mast, Vice President: Karen Goebel, President: Mary Ann Weck, Secretary-Treasurer: Roberta Akers, Reporter. FOUR BUSY YEARS Fall of 1954 found 23 freshmen begin- ning their high school years at Urbana High. Class officers were: Wayne Dawes, President: Betty Bates, Vice President: Karen Goebel, Secretary-Treasurer: and Sally Jacobs, Reporter. The annual class party was held at Sally Jacob's home, with Mr. Trump as sponsor. With Marvin Mast, President: Betty Bates, Vice President: Karen Goebel, Secretary- Treasurer: and Wendel Dawes, Reporter, the sophomore class sponsored a cake walk at the Spring Carnival and ordered their class rings. For their class party they attended the Scots Guards Review in Fort Wayne. Mrs. Dawald was the sponsor. Most active of all school years was the junior year. Electing Wayne Dawes as President: Mary Ann Weck, Vice President: Roberta Akers, Secretary: Betty Bates, Treasurer: and Peggy Eads, Reporter, the selling of concessions was their largest project. Class rings were received and the juniors sponsored an All School Skating Party. Christmas card sales and the Junior Play brought in more money toward the all important senior trip. With the help of Mrs. Antrim, the sponsor, the juniors put on the Junior-Senior Banquet. Beginning the last mile of their journey, the senior class, with officers Karen Goebel, President: Marvin Mast, Vice President: Mary Ann Weck, Secretary-Treasurer: and Roberta Akers, Reporter, started off with the magazine sales. Other projects were the Senior Play, another All School Skating Party, and the choosing of class colors, flower, and motto. Under the expert guidance of Mr. Drayer, the class was successful in all projects. Winding up four happy years of both work and play to- gether, the class of 1958 celebrated with senior day and sent 18 eager seniors out into the world. ,4L..., ROBERTA AKERS Assistant Editor of Annual 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Chorus 1 Class Officer 3, 4 Library 2 Office 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 4 Sunshine Officer 4 ll!! Agriculture Judging Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 3 Dramatics 3, 4 Student Council 3 Officer WAYNE DA WES 3,4 BETTY BATES Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 3 Dramatics 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Library 2 Office 4 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 4 Sunshine 4 1818 Agriculture Judging 1, Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Spelling Contestant 1 Store Manager 3 Student Council 4 WENDEL DA WES 2, 3,4 JUNE BOWMAN Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Paper Staff 4 Library 2 Sunshine 4 SUS! Band 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 3 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Paper Staff 4 Sunshine Officer 4 PEGGY EADS x. STEVE GILBERT Agriculture Judging 1 Athletics 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 FFA 2, 3, 4 iii! Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 2 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Paper sraff 4 Sunshine 4 SALLY JACOBS ,2,3,4 KAREN GOEBEL Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 2, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 3, 4 Sunshine 4 il!! Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Paper Staff 4 Sunshine 4 SANDRA JESTER A NA NCY HOOV ER Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Office 4 Paper Staff 4 Spelling Contests 8100 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Office 4 Paper Staff 4 Library 2 Sunshine 4 KARMEN KARNS nt 1 ,P t ri, - ' ' " -K .4l....Ls, PAT KEAFFABER Chorus 3, 4 ' Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Paper Staff 4 H 8 I 8 Annual Editor 4 Chorus 1 Dramatics 3, 4 Library 2 Office 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Sunshine 4 MARJORIE MONCE Z MYRVAL MILLER FFA Dramatics 3, 4 itil Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Band Officer 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3 Class Officer 3, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 MARVIN MAST 1 5-3-'Q Annual Business Manager 4 Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2 Class Officer 1, 2, 4 Dramatics 3, 4 Store Manager 3 It 8 8 9 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Library 2 Dramatics 3, 4 Qffice 4 Library 2 Spelling Contestant 2 PHPCT Staff 4 Sunshine 4 Spelling Contestant 2 MARY ANN WECK SHELVIA WILCOX CLASS HISTORY In 1946, twenty intelligent youngsters boarded a rocket - their destination was Urbana on the planet Earth. The captain was Maxine Miller and the passengers included Marjorie Monce, Mary Ann Weck, Betty Bates, Nancy Hoover, Sally Jacobs, Wayne Dawes, Wendel Dawes, Myrval Miller, Larry Karns, Gary Miller, John Rush, Janet Driscoll, Karmen Karns, Bernie Cole, Corwin Keaffaber, Luther Allen, Jerry Carver, Pat Keaffaber, Arlyn Moore, and David Bean. A year later we landed on Pluto to refuel. In the proces three natives, Philip and Gail Clark, Becky Hiner, and their captain, Mrs. Long, became interested in our rocket and decided to go along with us. Since this was more than we could carry, Jerry Carver, Corwin Keaffaber, and our former captain decided to stay on Pluto. As we journeyed around the sun's orbit, we developed some engine trouble and had to land on Mercury for repairs, Roberta Akers was our mechanic and we took her along with us in case of further difficulty. As we blasted off we hit a gigantic tailwiad which jolted us so terrifically that Bernie Cole, Luther Allen, Arlyn Moore, John Rush, Gail and Philip Clark, Larry Karns, Corwin Keaffaber, and Mrs. Storer fell out. Passing the milky way we saw poor Clyde Holmes polishing one of the stars. Feeling sorry for him we stopped and picked up him and his employer, Mrs. Griffiths. Becky Hiner, after developing Mercury fever, became desperately ill and we were forced to land on Neptune. Mrs. Griffiths stayed to care for her. In need of a new captain we picked up John Krieg. Passing through space we caught sight of Arlyn Moore, Peggy Eads, Jackie Corn, Frances LaFerne, John Pollard, Bonnie Gardner, and Marvin Mast clutching to a meteor. So, changing our course, we went to rescue them, but Gary Miller became curious and decided to stay and investigate. At the half-way mark, needing more fuel, we landed on Mars and coasted into a small crater named Lagro. Six little Marsians, Jerry Carver, Rex Grimm, Karen Goebel, June Bowman, Sandra Jester, and Shelvia Wilcox, thirsting for adventure, asked to come along. Johnny Pollard, Arlyn Moore, Roberta Akers, and Frances LaFerne, tired of traveling, decided to stay and rest until the next rocket came through. As we blasted off we narrowly escaped a collision with Sputnik V. As we turned around to look we saw Mike Porter signaling to us. He was quite hungry and lonesome and asked to come with us so we left Rex Grimm to man the satellite. Continuing on we heard distant cries for help. We looked ahead and saw the big dipper. As we flew over we looked down and saw Martha Woodcox, Roberta Akers, and Jim Gilcrest. We took them aboard, but Jim couldn't stand the altitude so we dropped him into the little dipper. Circling the sun we decided to leave Mike Porter, Clyde Holmes, and Martha Woodcox because they had contracted colds. While we were here we saw Steve Gilbert who had a severe sun burn, so we took him aboard to recover. We blasted off again and a short time later the moon came into view. Janet Driscoll, Jackie Corn, and Jerry Carver asked us to land here so they could taste green cheese. Twleve years after we started our journeytwe reached our destination. The passengers who had completed the trip were Roberta Akers, Betty Bates, June Bowman, Wayne Dawes, Wendel Dawes, Peggy Eads, Steve Gilbert, Karen Goebel, Nancy Hoover, Sally Jacobs, Sandra Jester, Karmen Karns, Pat Keaffaber, Myrval Miller, Marvin Mast, Marjorie Monce, Mary Ann Weck, and Shelvia Wilcox. But Bonnie Gardner remembering our wonderful trip boarded another rocket for outerspace. f-vyw Q 'N cg! ji CQ? Y W F UNDERGRADS ,N S x U 5 , - A ,. -vw-e i 'r ' In jf' ' F A H,-1 J ' if gfgg f fy' MQ 'A f" an V na' . 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J rlr,1lxwrut- -1-S. at F, ,- Suzanne Cleveland I -E P an D M H ,,, I Vicki Driscoll in sq wal 4 -f-4 Carl Fields -" fl' ' Y ' r Donald Fleck j i , Q l - RIISIBS Graft T Xxx, ,X ave ,S-W. ' . V f - ' Demlis Hall as -J ' -- Bobby Harrell pm -E ff '-' -"f n 4:4 ,' P .fig 'Emmy Judy Hodges I Am 'K 1 W -,M Linda Hunsley ag ' . 4, ff, I Michael Jacobs ' 1' -- ' x K-.A ' ' M 'H ' fi W V x 1 ' A ' Donald King gf' 3 M 'f-.-. ...E 'di V' we li Maribess Lefforge ff, 1 - QQ, J .SL Barbara Lewis 3 , W, ' , ,V ' Marjorie Mauer N " N ' .- I ,C e is E I U. 5 Lg P V -5 I. xi do it "':' i r Steven Pressler ' f B Q mr? - A W Lee Myers Marjorie Radabaugh , Z ,LY l Z A , iv Marlin Pattee '53 ju i- Sharon Powell ., Q N Judy Randall S lg. 4 ,B Richard Renz f J Qgj A gig gg' sf!! luifll ' fx, gjqlqg f Lana Schrader f' S . Margaret Walker ' FOURTH GRADE it l ' - Lois Weaver 5 1 ' J 7' ,A Mildred Wilcox I I ,:e.w-:Z S ,A It . . . x I is -. is. g 0 HERMAN BOZARTH Joe Willcox Wabash County ' A ' If . . Joan Yentes -, , l Breeding Association L, A i s . al. Y., --1' ' 9 W -A D QZ, fi' . mf Q - Q ,g n ,.,l .. - .,.,A wa , P f X Y V -:: C , . Cave , .,, ,vw .J Q 'Y nf 42 J :., W- I -V ,A .gf-rg. Rita Francis Barbara Gorsuch Fred Hall .9- ,, f- V g V' F Fla, "' il J 1 5 f' N " A- ja. Wevq-Q5 , HHRD 'Si 4 -.rs A, ' 4,1 .1- x, , P' 'tie GRADE Gary Haupert Ted Heckman Sally Hipskind Timmy Barton Kathy Burton Debbie Capes Sherea Crawford Karen Cunningham Linda Dale Dennis Eubank Jackie Eubank Janice Eubank Cynthia Faust Marilyn Faust Greg Fleck J. P. Howell Kathy Leisure Becky Pobst Carol Radabaugh Debbie Ranck David Russell Deborah Tucker Jennifer Willcox .Timmy Willcox Elizabeth Wolf .,-' ' 4 9 41 1' f ...4 .,,z3,,. .'?. 1- --A f-2+-"Y - 4 an 27 :Q ' Q ' N- 'f .SEL Q ' , , , V,-Qvi.. . - .. L .A - X 1 r gy. V ,,. I -A 'W .fa axfixf X M 1 v I t , 9' 1 rhliw 1 Kwik . , .,,,. ., f B L y , D X ' , this L. ' 4 rx.. 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A B wr-1 r , 1, ,M A, D wi abd' 3. 83 3' A rf 'X . 5 J A ACTIVITIES MAIN ATTRACTION We They We North Manchester - - - - 34 - - - 48 White's fCounty Tourneyj - - - - 49 Lagro ------- - - 57 - - - 55 Lagr0 ------------- - - 47 Larwill - - - '74 - - - 45 Somerset - - - - - - 54 Bippus-- --89---44 White's--- --69 Gilead - - - 49 - - - 44 Deedsville - - - - '72 Noble ------ - - 59 - - - 69 Roann ---- - - 68 Laketon Q4-Wayj - - - 49 - - - 39 Silver Lake - - - - 61 Lagro Q4-Wayj - - - -56- - - 36 Chili- - - - - 61 Sidney----- --65---54 Laketon-- --61 LaFontaine - - - 48- - - 39 They 51 46 39 61 57 51 46 54 39 Kneeling: R. Reahardg Standing, left to right: Jakie Jacobs, Larry Rice, Chad Dilling, Wendel Dawes, Steve Gilbert, Winston Stewart, Wayne Dawes, Marvin Mast, Danny Knee, Jack Krom. BREMBECK 85 SON Urbana, Indiana KNEE 'Sv' :Z Z WE. DAWES 9- i 1 Q 5 J - an 1. I-I 4 rx-w it 54" , Ii !-7 'O - 3 f- . A' Q: sifalnilllm If r A' ...Av " fir, "c 1 1 -l 1, K. ,I I' , . X K , 63 H i .. Q ff ?g -1 fJ"" Q ' I R l- . '5l:!'F , y :N Q, ' 'K F? 1 X fa i 2 P, fu :F y v, l V J , fx, kd 353 GN "U Bobo Akers, Marilyn Monce, Nancy Reed, Judy Hairell. ROLLIN SMITH North Ma nchester l Marilyn Monce, Bobo Akers, Nancy Reed, Judy Hairell. Practicing every spare minute, the varsity cheerleaders worked to im- prove new formations and to build team support. With Marilyn Monce, Bobo Akers, Nancy Reed, and Judy Hairell leading the cheering section, the varsity was well supported. BACKING THE TEAM Evelyn Monce, Sandra Kendall, Karen Frieden 5 'N , ' .-at-. ffsgellil r'f:'r!weE"Q:"f-,-' , .,'gLQRf"4""Q.,pg'TlL'. M., '9ZlTQm - mx "B" TEAM The B-Team has com- pleted the season with a record of 10 wins and 6 losses. Hard practice on i the part of the boys showed up as the season wore on. First row: Danny Roth, Larry Hoover, Jerry Capes, Danny Knee, Billy Maurer, Gary Wilcox, Mike Myers. Second row: Tommy Eads, Ronnie Frieden, Larry Koch, Jim Lefforge, Larry Finnegan, John Wilcox, Thurman Eubank. Kneeling: R. Reahard. ,I l JUNIOR HIGH TEAM l These boys have worked hard under the direction of Mr. Trump to perfect their skill for varsity action in the future. H COMING ATTRACTIONS First row: Billy Plough, Lowell Rosen, Jim Gardner, Fred Wilcox, Danny Frieden, Larry Powell, Ronnie Roth, Donald Radabaugh, Billy Powell, Second row: Bill Mullinix, Eddie Koch, Fred Hoover, Peter Renz, Felix Castro, Sam Finnegan, Duane Keaffaber, Dennis Lloyd, Ronnie Eads, Coach: Mr. Trump. fe., .M I v .Y I , il -J STUDENT MANAGERS Working on the sidelines. both the student managers and the pep club strive to boost the moral of the team. The student managers can be seen 'on the job' almost any time. Backing the team, the Pep Club is the largest organization in school with 80 members. With Mr. Mike Drayer and Mrs. Virginia Bozarth as sponsors, president is Peggy Eads and secretary- treasurer is Jim Pobst. Left to right: Wayne Stouffer, Dale Williams, Larry Myers, John Wilcox. ON THE SIDELINES First row, left to right: M. Weck, S. Jacobs, S. Wilcox, B. Bates, N. Hoover, .D. Myers, S. Kendall, K. Karns, J. Bowman, P. Keaffaber, J. Wilcox, C. Miller, L. Rosen, T. Knee, R. Burchette, D. Knee, M. Burris, M. Laudeman. Second row: J. Burchette, M. Stackhouse, D. Weaver, R. Harrell, P. Eads, K. Goebel, S. Lewis, S. Rife, M. Cripe, E. Monce, S. Bozarth, M. McLaughlin, D. Abbott, M. Jacobs, E. Koch. Third row: D. Cripe, K. Frieden. B. Wolf, E. Monce, J. Hudson, N. Schaffer, R. Landrum, E. Weck, A. England, B. Bower, R. Eads, J. Krom, D. Radabaugh, D. Frieden. Fourth row: D. Tyner, S. Lefforge, M. Overmeyer, V. Roth, B. Schnepp, L. Mattern, J. Kendall, B. Schaffer, S. Bowman, S. Wright, F. Wright, F. Wilcox, B. Powell, D. Lloyd, J. Hudson. Fifth row: A. Antrim, B. Graft, D. Holycross, S. Schnepp, B. Rosen, S. Tyner, M. Overmeyer, M. Lefforge, M. Niccurn, B. Amber, F. Castro, B. Mullinix, J. Capes, P. Renz, L. Koch, ' D. Finnegan. Sixth row: J. Hairrell, R. Akers, M. Monce, N. Reed. R if 2 PEP Ctus . rf 'UP MR ,sr i A ai A 1 l' F 'J 4 -f .3 , 'A U 5 Q u 5 n ' 9 , 1 Ek, ...Q f- r- , .' ' First row, left to right: Jerry Capes, Larry Rice, Danny Knee, Tommy Eads, Larry Koch, Ronnie Frieden, Pat McLaughlin, Jakie Jacobs. Second row: Coach R. Reahard, Chad Dilling, Jim Lefforge, Marvin Mast, Wendel Dawes, Wayne Dawes, Steve Gilbert, Winston Stewart. DIAMOND PLAY . . . DAVE HOLYC ROSS Urbana Indiana c fm SPEED KING OLYMPICS First row, left to right: Ronnie Frieden, Larry Finnegan, Jakie Jacobs, Tommy Eads, Terry Lloyd. Second row: Larry Rice, Jerry Capes, Mike Myers, Jim Pobst, Larry Hoover, Gary Wilcox, Jack Krom, Larry Myers, Danny Knee. Third row: Coach R. Reahard, Marvin Mast, Wayne Dawes, Wendel Dawes, Steve Gilbert, Winston Stewart Jim Lefforge, Chad Dllling, Larry Koch. 9 5 . 1 H'- SPEED-O-METER STAFF Under the direction of Mrs. Bozarth, the second year typing class edited the Speed-O-Meter twice monthly. The school paper kept the students well informed of the happenings around Urbana High. Various reporters were kept busy writing news every other week for the paper. Seated, left to right: Davetta Hol 1 i Standing: Mrs. Virginia, sponsor: Karmen Karns, Betty Bates, Sandra Jester. Seated, left to right: Pat Keaffaber, Shelvia Wilcox, Mary Ann Weck. Second row: June Bowman, Karen Goebel, Sally Jacobs. Third row: Peggy Eads. WORKING TOGETHER Bates, Secretary-Treasurer: Larry Rice, Vice Presidentg Karen Goebel, President: Marjorie Monce, Martha Ann Over Roberta Akers, Jim Pobst. meyer. Standing: Chad Dilling, Wendel Dawes, Roberta Akers, Nancy Hoover, STUDENT l COUNCIL Under the guidance of Mrs. Jinks, the student council com- pleted its second year successfully as a government for the student body. It is composed of elected representatives from each high school class. The ma in project for the season was sponsoring a Valen- tine Dance. CLOVERLEAF DAIRIES Huntington, Indiana Q I First row, left to right: L. Rice, G. Wilcox, D. Pressler, B. Maurer, C. Dilling, M. Miller. Second row: B. Rosen, M. Overmeyer, J. Kendall, R. Landrum, L. Rosen, M. Lefforge. Third row: S. Bowman, P. Eads, M. Weck, J. Amones, J. Gardner, Fourth row: J. Pobst, J. Bowman, D. Keaffaber, P. McLaughlin, E. Koch, W. Stewart, Fifth row: S. Wright, E. Weck, B. Amber, D. Frieden, J. Capes, W. Stauffer. Sixth row: L. Mattern, K. Knee, C. Miller, N. Schaffer, J. Hudson, J. Koch. Seventh row: J. Krom, B. Schaffer, K. Goebel, K. Karns, A. England, D. Knee. MARCHING ALONG . . . Left to right: Sandra Kendall, Karen Frieden, Beatrice Bower, Betty Bates Marilyn Monce, Sally Rife, Mary Ann Overmeyer. FLA MINGO GRILL N. Manchester First row, left to right: M. Weck, I. Bowman, K. Goebel, K. Knee, N. Reed, J. Koch, N. Schaffer, J. Hudson, M. Cripe, director R. Trump. Second row: P. Eads S. Jacobs, B. Bates, K. Karns, B. Rosen, E. Weck, A. England. S. Bowman, I. Burchette. Third row: S. Wilcox, P. Keaffaber, N. Hoover, S. Schnepp, B. Graft, M. Lefforge, M. Overmeyer, S. Tyner. . . . WITH A SONG First row, left to right: H. Burns, C. Mattern, C. Schrader, M. Laudeman, D. Knee, M. McLaughlin, A. Wray, R. Burchette. Second row: E. Heckman, C. Hairell, M. Overmeyer, I. Wilcox, P. Miller, C. Urschel, E. Monce, S. Lefforge, B. Powell, director R. Trump, L. Powell. NEWS JOURNAL N. Manchester 1 ' A . I F.F.A. Seated: Miller, Treasurer: J. Krom, Vice President: S. Gilbert, President: Dilling, Reporter: M. Miller, Sentinel: M. Drayer, Advisor. Standing: D. Roth, M. Myers, L. Hoover, J. Lefforge, L. Koch, J. Capes, D. Knee. Not pictured: T. Wilcox, S6Cretary: J. Rosen, N. Knee, J. Randall. Fl BOYS' 4-H First row: D. Knee, P. McLaughlin, R. Frieden, J. Lefforge, L. Hoover, M. Myers, D. Roth. Second row: K. Knee, B. Rosen, M. Lefforge, M. Weck, S. Jacobs, P. Eads, S. Tyner, I. Burchette. Third row: K. Goebel, M. Mast, Wa. Dawes, S. Gilbert, We. Dawes, B. Maurer, P. Keaffaber. Fourth row: J. Capes, I. Wilcox, L. Myers, J. Krom, W. Stouffer, T. Eads, leader M. Drayer. CLUB . . . Boys' 4-H First row: C. Fields, G. Dawson, M. Pat- tee, B. Burns, D. Fleck, J. Wilcox, B. Harrell, S. Chamberlain, F. Wright. Se- cond row: D. Baker, K. Dawson, J. Rada- baugh, R. Burchette, D. Knee, T. Knee, G. Cleveland, P. Pattee, D. Tyner. Third row: M. Walker, M. Wilcox, D. Radabaugh B. Powell, L. Rosen, R. Eads, D. Frieden, S. Lefforge. Fourth row: E. Koch, M. Jacobs, R. Roth, D. Keaffaber, B. Mul- linix, R. Pattee, B. Plough, J. Gardner, D. Baker. Fifth row: P. Renz, B. Wolf, S. Wright, R. Landrum, A. Wray, J. Long, leader M. Drayer. GIRLS' 4-H First row: Diana Plough, I-ledy Burns, Maribess Lefforge, Cozette Schrader, Vicki Roth, Deann Myers, Alice Wray, Connie Mattem, Carolee Miller, Evelyn Monce. Second row: leader, Mrs. Dale: Eileen Weck, Sally Fields, Mary Ann Overmeyer, Susie Lefforge, Sandy Kendall, Diana Tyner, Phyllis Miller, Evelyn Miller, Linda Mattern. Third row: Margaret Lefforge, Becky Schnepp, Karmen Karns, Sally Jacobs, Betty Bates, Kay Knee, Judy Kendall, Sharon Tyner, Martha Ann Overmeyer, Karen Frieden. . . . PROGRESS First row: Mary Ann Weck, Betty Bates, June Bowman, Karmen Karns, Sharon Tyner, Roberta Akers, Joann Koch, Marilyn Monce, Marjorie Monce, Second row: Mary Louise Stackhouse, Donna Weaver, Roberta Harrell, Peggy Eads, Karen Goebel, Sally Jacobs, Sally Rife, Elaine Monce, Third row: Judy Burchette, Bonita Graft, Judy Hudson, Nancy Schaffer, Susan Lewis, Nancy Reed, Marcella Cripe, Arlene Antrim. Fourth row: sponsor, Mrs. Meyers: Davetta Holycross, Judy Hairrell, Sharon Bowman, Judy Kendall, Brenda Schaffer, Eileen Weck, Sandy Jester. Fifth row: Sandy Schnepp, Bette Rosen, Kay Knee, Martha Ann Overmeyer, Margaret Lefforge, Marca Niccum, Becky Amber. SUNSHINE SOCIETY JUNIOR STORE Each year the junior class main- tains and runs a store. They sell .K "N six candy, gum, pencils, paper, etc. E Store Managers: Jack Krom, Chad Dilling. 1 v J I 1 I ,. I W. is I BUSINESS WORLD IN SCHOOL LIBRARY I This year, under the super- vision of Mrs. Bozarth, the library I was completely reorganized. New I books were purchased, old ones repaired, and a new filing system p was introduced. Responsibility L for the library centers in the sopho- more class. I I BIPPUS FARM SUPPLY Bippus, Indiana Seated: Mrs. Virginia Bozarth, supervisor. Standing, left to right: Shirley Wright, Sharon Bowman, Judy Hairrell, Bonita Graft, Kay Knee, Sandra Schnepp, Davetta Holycross, Bette Rosen, Arlene Antrim, Mardella Cripe. morning and noon to the student body. CAST Dr. P. Nutt - - - - - - - - - -STEVE GILBERT Meta Nutt - - - I.ma Nutt - - Wall Nutt - - Orestus - - - S. Gaylord - - Cerise - - - - - Bea Wise - - - Helene Shelton Larry Smart - - - Vivian Tepper Charlotte Neal Lila ------ Prompters - - - Co-directors - MARY ANN WECK - - BETTY BATES - - - - - fWENDEL DAWES - WAYNE DAWES - KARMEN KARNS - - -' KAREN GOEBEL SHELVIA WILCOX - JUNE BOWMAN - - MARVIN MAST - - SALLY JACOBS . NANCY HOOVER - - - - PEGGY EADS MARJORIE MONCE ROBERTA AKERS - - - MR, TRUMP MRS, TRUMP "The Nutt Family" brought laughter from a large audience when it was produced in the High School gym on April 12, 1957. CLASS OF '58'S DEBUT First row: Mary Ann Week, Nancy Hoover, June Bowman, Sandy Jester, Marjorie Monce, Betty Bates, Sally Jacobs, Roberta Akers, Karen Goebel, Karmen Karns. Second row: Shelvia Wilcox, Myrval Miller, Marvin Mast, Wayne Dawes, Steve Gilbert, Wendel Dawes, Peggy Eads, Patty Keaffaber. OLD "PROS" TRY IT AGAIN Mr. and Mrs. Ross Trump, co-directors, patiently look on as the seniors have dress rehearsal. MUTUAL GRAIN CO. Servia, Indiana With Mr. and Mrs. Ross Trump as co-directors, the Senior Class presented "Mr. Co-ed. " The Class of '58 wishes to extend its appreciation to the Junior girls who acted as usherettes, and to all who helped to make it a success. As "Mr. Co-ed" reaches its climax, the audience was in gales of laughter. J mnnccilo 3 Sum? EJUUUQS ERS ,,,l.l - ll.-l ? FN x ,J ' Vx X4 V , 7 .-, :N -xi! 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FROZEN FOOD CENTER Ciistom Butchering - Curing and Processing for Lockers and Home Freezers Beef by Quarters - Frozen Fruits and Vegetables Phone TE. 5-2231 Roann, Indiana W KZ yfdmfeazfez FARM EQUIPMENT I Inte rnational Machine ry and Trucks On State Road 114 Phone 785 Compliments of WM? RESTAURANT Roann, Indiana 716252 Flowers for All Occasions Phone 280 410 North Market Street North Manchester, Indiana Compliments of SNYDER'S I G A SUPER MARKET North Manchester , Indiana Wye? Implement Sales and Service Massey - Ferguson Dealer Auto, Truck, and Tractor Repairing Phone 988 North Manchester , Indiana Compliments of 70765 North Manchester , Indiana waletbcme JEWELRY STORE Watches, Jewelry, and Diamonds Watch Repair Phone 494 North Manchester, Indiana I I DEPARTMENT STORE URBANA STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PATRONS "We Appreciate Your Friendship" THE HARTING FURNITURE CO. Furniture - Stoves - Rugs Mattresses Phone 593 North Manchester, Indiana LAUDEMAN W QM ELEVA-Voz TE 1.5-1: Ho NE Phone 81 Urbana Co. HXICI. We Are Equipped to Serve You Better , , Your Telephone Never Takes Feed - Seed - Fence - Fertilizer a Holiday It's Always at Your Service EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ' . ' I' WMM BANK AND TRUST COMPANY - MiMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION North Manchester , Indiana Wifi " "!"""-TV" - iftl I fx ' Q 'Q' 0 W 1 " ,m 1 r A N s I I f o 1 J W u- .V W . t A7. r 1 . ". 1 .4 . 07. R Q ix ' 'QQ W ' a B. in a 1 "' ' ' r . Yr' :HL tm Y Mfg. 0, as 4 b..s ' , I c e U 5 x A . X 'ui K 0 ,,w W. 'Lag W 1 , V gl 5. .-s Y IN DEDICATION . . . I' all I . ,I m,, 2 as Q W es Q I .4 1 'JJ ,f 1 ri ' 'Tl E ,! 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You could hear Marvin telling Sally and Peggy to be sure and have the ads in by the 16th. "Ca11 the photographer", "Have the pictures come in yet:-", and 'Be sure and send out that money order' have been familiar phrases spoken by members of the staff. Many thanks go to the teachers and students for their co-operation in making the 1958 Urbanette a success. The annual staff goes over pictures to be used. Editor ------ - - MARJORIE MONCE Assistant Editor - - - ROBERTA AKERS Business Manager - - ----- MARVIN MAST Advisor ------ - - MR, MICHAEL DRAYER Editor Marjorie Monce plans future art work with Marvin Mast and Roberta Akers. RAYMOND WILCOX La gro Trustee if 'N :bg f' 'Q 1. ,lib Q DR.-.Ni


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