Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)
- Class of 1949
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a(D4i d.A Published by the SENIOR CLASS of VALPARAISO HIGH SCHOOL Valparaiso, Indiana Around the campus can be seen the grandeur o nature and stylish Spanish architecture, lending an air to the surrounding beauty., an ample incentive for study. ' = t ' i. - ' •Aj»i, ■ « » st . ■ 5K: -,S f " «i DEDICATION To CATHARINE SPECHT » , In remembrance of her high ideals, her friend- ship towards every student with whom she came in contact, and the love and resDect in which she was held by students in Valparaiso High School — the senior class of 1949 sincerely and affectionately dedicates this volume of the VALENIAM. Contents Faculty Classes Activities Sports „ - - -r5TiV?m« ' P ( ?? FACULTY Where Life is Richer Presenting the " personnel behind the scenes " whose help and guidance aided the " ' 49ers " in achieving their respective goals. Through their daily untiring efforts, plus numerous outside preparations, they have succeeded in adapting the students for future years. Superintendent Interpreting the school ' s needs to the community is one of the main duties of G. Warren Phillips, superintendent of the Valparaiso public schools. A brief summary of his other services might include the regulating of finances of the entire school system, overseeing of all buildings and grounds, and acting as a connecting link be- tween the schools and the city. Superintendent Phillips has been head " goldsmith " for five years, making many beneficial improve- ments in the system each year. Mr, Phillips received his A. B. degree from DePauv; ' University and his M. S. from Indiana Uni- versity. Principal Upholding the traditions of the school, acting as chief disciplina- rian, and making and adjusting programs and schedules for the " apprentices " are responsibilities that rest on the shoulders of Mr. King Telle, principal of Valparaiso High School. With nev problems constantly arising, Mr. Telle is kept busy in our ever-changing world. The newer of the two offi- cials, he has served as principal for three years, showing a great deal of enthusiasm and zest in his work. Mr. Telle received his A. B. de- gree from Hanover College and his M. S. from Indiana University. Secretaries Answering telephone calls is but a minor item in the daily routine of Grace Rick- ard and Irene Thiel, secreta- ries for Mr. Phillips and Mr. Telle respectively. Managing correspondence, keeping files, and greeting the students with a cheerful smile under any circumstances are a few of the numerous services they execute with calm efficiency. Irene Thiel is a novice in her field while Grace Rickard has served the school faithfully for many years. SCHOOL BOARD Below is pictured the Board of Education for the Valparaiso City Schools. The members are appointed for a three-year term by the city council, rotating the office of president, treasurer, and secretary each year. The most recent appointment be- comes secretary. In this manner there are always at least two members with past experience. By appointing the members to a second term, they are able to better serve the community through additional experience, gained in their first term. As this procedure is often followed, the school system has always had able leadership. Mr. Casbon, president, is now completing his second term. The other members of the board are Mr. Burns and Mr. Hathaway, both serving new terms. ORVAL R. BURNS Treasurer LYNNET M, CASBON President WALTER H. HATHAVi AY Secretary FACULTY BICKNELL, RUTH Art — Western Michigan College of Education, A.B. BIGELOW, CECIL Vocational Director, Industrial Coor- dinator—Ball State Teachers ' College, B.S,; University oi Chicago, MA, CONKLING, BURTON English, Public Speaking, Dramatic Art— Iowa State University, A.B, MA. DILLE, ROBERT Physical Education — Valparaiso Uni- versity, B.S. EICHACKER, JEAN Home Economics— Purdue University, B.S. ELMORE, LILLIAN Spanish, English- Ball State Teach- ers ' College, A.B. FISHER. GLEN Physics, Chemistry, Biology — Univer- sity of Illinois, A.B., Indiana Univer- - sity, M.S. . FOOR, EMMA R. English, Journalism — Earlham Col- lege, A.B.; Graduate v fork. University OI Chicago, University of Minnesota, HENKEL, ALFRED L. f-listory, Sociology — Valparaiso Uni- versity, A.B.; Graduate v ork, Val- paraiso University, Purdue University. HUDSON, DESSA Commerce — Valparaiso University, B.C.S,; University of Chicago, Ph.B.; University of Illinois; Gregg CoUege. KOCH, JOHN Social Studies — Indiana State Teach- ers ' College, A.B.. University oi Michi- gan, MA. LOREN, PARKE B. Mathematics — Valparaiso University, Lawrence College, A.B. 10 i J 1949 McGILLICUDDY, CLARE Mathematics — Valparaiso University, A.B.; Graduate work, University ol Chicago, Columbia University, Pur- due University. MILLER, PAUL Biology — Ball State Teachers ' Col- lege, B.S.; Graduate work, Indiana University. MYERS, MARY Music — Indiana State Teachers ' Col- lege, B.S.; Metropolitan Conservatory of Music, Indianapolis Conservatory, Columbia University, Chicago Con- servatory. PIPER, KENNETH Industrial Arts — Manchester College, B.S.; Graduate work. Ball State Teachers ' College, Ohio Stale Uni- versity, Indiana University. ROBERTS, THOMAS H. Industrial Education — Ball State Teachers ' College, B.S., College, M.S. Iowa State ROGERS, MARY JO Physical Education — Indiana State Teachers ' College, B.S.; Graduate v ork, University of Wisconsin. ROGERS, HAROLD Music — Illinois Wesleyan B.M.E ; Graduate work, Syracuse University; University of Michigan; Indiana State Teachers ' College, M.S. SCHENCK, RALPH Commerce, History — Valparaiso Uni- versity, B. Acct.; Indiana State Teach- ers ' College, A.B.; University of Chi- cago, MA SHAUER. AUDREY English — Valparaiso University, A.B , University of Colorado, M.A. SIEB, VERA L. English — University of Vv ' isconsin, A.B.; Graduate work, Valparaiso Uni- versity, University of California, Co- lumbia University, University of Chi- cago. SMILEY, VIRGINIA Librarian — Indiana University, A.B.; Graduate work, Indiana University. SMITH, DOROTHY Public Health — University of Michi- gan; Indiana University; University of Iowa; Indiana State Teachers ' Col- lege; George Peabody College, B.S. STEWART, ROGER Mathematics, Latin — DePauw Univer- sity, A.B; Indiana University, M.S. WEEMS, EDITH Hom.e Economics — Valparaiso Univer- sity, B.S.; Graduate work, University of Chicago, Ball State Teachers ' Col- lege, Purdue University. WIGGINS, JOHN Physical Education, Commerce — Ball State Teachers ' College, B.S.; Gradu- ate work, Indiana University. 11 CLASSES 12 I . -.jEggaaqpgmuun ' — A Rich Haul in Knowledge Starting with an unimaginable scope of education, the students climb up the lad- der toward their ambitions. By the time they are graduating seniors, most of them have acquired enduring friendships and great riches in knowledge, not measurable in dollars and cents. 13 WARREN ABLE BETTY MAE AIGNER JACK BAILEY BETTIE BARBOUL HAROLD BARKLEY BERNARD BARNES HAROLD BARTHOLOMEW ABLE, WARREN Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Noon- day League 2, 3, 4. AIGNER, BETTY MAE Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4; G.A A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. BAILEY. JACK Hi-Y 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball varsity 3, reserve 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4, treasurer 3; Student Council 4, vice- president 4; Senior Class vice-presi- dent; Noonday League 4; Football 1. BARBOUL, BETTIE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. BARKLEY. HAROLD Track 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4. Noon- day League 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, Projection Club 1, 2; Track Manager 3; Football Manager 2. BARNES, BERNARD No Activity. BARTHOLOMEW. HAROLD Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Track 2, 3; Noonday League 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3, vice-president 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Vaisi Y Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. SENIORS Progress was the keynote in the ' 49 graduating senior class history. What a difference can be observed along all lines between the freshman class of ' 46 and the same group with their high school work now com- pleted. For the most part they have not only gained knowledge available in books, but also a deeper outlook of life brought on by numerous experi- ences never to be forgotten. School dances, proms, formals, athletic games, and other extra-curricular activities, all played a part in enriching our school days beyond the actual classroom procedure. In the fall of ' 48, the following students were elected to represent the class in their last year in V.H.S. The officers chosen were as follows: Ken- neth Dobbins, president; Jack Bailey, vice-president; Joyce Vietzke, secre- tary; and Mary Griffin, treasurer. 14 BAUER, JIM Noonday League 1. BECKER, GEORGE Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 1, 2 Booster Club 2, 3, vice-president 3 Spanish Club 2; Student Council 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 2. BENSON, BARBARA G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 3, president 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, program chairman 3; Spanish Club 2, president 2; Science Club 3; Glee Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 4, robe chairman 2; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4, vice- president 4; student Announcer 3. BIEKER, JANE Culman High School, Culman, Alabama 1, 2; Glee Club 3. BIRMINGHAM, BILL Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 1: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. BLANEY, PATRICIA G.A A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Science Club 4. BOND, LOIS Glee Club 1, GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4. BOZARTH, JOYCE Spanish Club 2; Y-Teens 1. BRAUN, GENE Basketball varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4, vice- president 3; Science Club 2, 3. BROBECK, VERGENE Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 1, 2. BROWN, VIRGINIA Spanish Club 2; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; ValposI 3, 4; VA- LENIAN 4;; Science Club 4; Booster Club 3, 4. BRYANT, RUSSELL Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, board 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Basketball Man- ager 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. JIM BAUER WILLIAM BIRMINGHAM GENE BRAUN GEORGE BECKER PATRICIA BLANEY VERGENE BROBECK BARBARA BENSON LOIS BOND VIRGINIA BROWN JANE BIEKER JOYCE BOZARTH RUSSELL BRYANT REX BUCHER BARBARA CLAUDON JEAN CRISMAN JOAN BUNDY RUTH CLIFFORD MARILYN CROWE SHIRLEY BURNS JOANNE COCHRAN BETTY DALKE ROBERT CAIN JOHN COMEFORD JOE DEMACK BUCHER, REX Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Foot- ball 2; Noonday League 4; Track 1, 2; Cross Country 4; Golf 2, 3, 4. BUNDY, JOAN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Youth Cen- ter Governing Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. BURNS, SHIRLEY Booster Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4; Science Club 3; Choir 1; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. CAIN, ROBERT Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Track 1; Band 3, 4. CLAUDON, BARBARA Choir 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-presi- dent 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; VALENIAN 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4, chairman 4; Student Announcer 3. CLIFFORD, RUTH Y-Teens 3, 4. COCHRAN, JOANNE Choir 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4, treas- urer 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4. COMEFORD, JOHN Track 1; Choir 1; Noonday League 1. CRISMAN, JEAN G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Choir 2. CROWE, MARILYN Choir 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. DALKE, BETTY Y-Teens 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2. DEMACK, JOE Noonday League 4. 16 DICK, PAT Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Spanish Club 1; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Stamp Chair- man 1. DICK, RUTH Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A. A. 1; Choir 3, 4, treasurer 4; Glee Club 3, 4, vice-president 4. DOBBINS. KENNETH Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 1 , 2; Basketball varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Track varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Senior Class president. DOLSON, ROBERT Proviso Township High School 1; Hi-Y 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Track 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Noonday League 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 4. DORRIS. ALVIN Edgewood High School, Madison, Wis- consin 2; Choir 4. DOWD, WILLIAM Band 1, 2, 3, 4. EHRHARDT, MARIAN Band 2, 3, 4, librarian 3, recording secretary 4; Choir 2; Y-Teens I, 2, 3,4. ELLIS, GLEN Stamp Chairman 1; Student Council 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4, publicity chairman 3, president 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Noonday League 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. ELLIS, JOSEPH Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. FITZGERALD. WILLIAM Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1; Science Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Cross Country 3. FLYNN. JACLYN Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 1, Dramatics Club 3, secretary 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, program chairman 4; Booster Club 2, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 4. GESSLER, BETTYMAE Choir 1; Band 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA DICK ALVIN DORRIS JOE ELLIS RUTH DICK BILL DOWD BILL FITZGERALD KENNETH DOBBINS MARIAN EHRHARDT JACLYN FLYNN ROBERT DOLSON GLEN ELLIS BETTYMAE GESSLER WILLIAM GILBERT LLOYD HERMANCE GENEVIEVE HORAM MARY GRIFFIN ARTHUR HERSHMAN RICHARD JOHNSON CHARLOTTE HARDESTY FRANK HIGHLY MARY JANE JONTZ RICHARD HARRISON ROBERT HOLMES MARILYN KAUFMANN GILBERT, WILLIAM Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. GRIFFIN, MARY Liberty Center High School, Chesterton, Indiana 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Valpost 4; Senior Class treasurer. HARDESTY, CHARLOTTE Majorette 2, 3; Y-Teens 3. HARRISON, RICHARD Waldron High School, Shelbyville, In- diana 1; Basketball reserve 2; Track varsity 3, 4, reserve 2; Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 2; Hi-Y 3, 4, secretary 4; Science Club 3, sergeant-at-arms 3; Varsity Club 3, 4, president 3; Junior Class vice-president. HERMANCE, LLOYD No Activity. HERSHMAN, ARTHUR Choir I; Band I, 2, 3, 4, student direct- or 3, assistant librarian 2, 3, publicity chairman 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4, vice- president 3, president 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Booster Club 3, 4, treasurer 4; Pro- jection Club 3; Valpost 3, 4, editor 3; VALENIAN 4; Student Announcer 3, 4. HIGHLY, FRANK Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 2; Basketball var- sity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Track varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Science Club 3, 4; Hi- Y 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4. HOLMES, ROBERT Boone Grove High School, Boone Grove, Indiana 1 , 2; Hi-Y 3, 4, treasurer 4; Science Club 3, 4; Booster Club 4; VALENIAN 4. HORAN, GENEVIEVE Wheeler High School, Wheeler, Indiana 1; Band 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Choir 2. lOHNSON, RICHARD Basketball 1; Football 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Hi-y 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4. lONTZ, MARY JANE Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Choir 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Youth Center Governing Board 1, 2, 3, 4. KAUFMANN, MARILYN Kouts High School, Kouts, Indiana 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1; Choir 4. KETCHMARK, PAUL Band 1; Noonday League 2, 3, 4; Pro- jection Club 2, 3. KETTERMAN, WAYNE Kouts High School, Kouls, Indiana I, 2; Noonday League 3. KRAFT, MARIAN Glee Club 1, 1. Band 3, 4, secretary 4; Spanish Club 2, Choir 1, 2. LANSDOWNE. WILLIAM Projection Club 1, 2; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCKENBILL, BETTY Roosevelt High School, East Chicago, Indiana 1, 2; Dramatics Club 3; Y- Teens 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Valpost 4; Glee Club 3, ; Choir 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4, treasurer 4. MANAGO, JAMES Choir 2; Football 1. MARTENS. MERLYN Noonday League 4. McCLELLAN. WILLIAM Noonday League. McILVAIN, RUTH Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 3, treasurer 4; Band 2, 3, 4, li- brarian 3, 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 3, 4. MELKA, PATRICIA Morton High School, Cicero, Illinois 1; Glee Club 2, 4; Choir 4; Dramatics Club 3; G.A.A. 2. MILBY, LESLIE Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 2, 3; Booster Club 3, 4; Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 2; Track 2, 3; Basketball Manager 4. MILLER, HELEN Choir 1; Glee Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4, secretary 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; VALENIAN 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4, president 4, Cheer Leader 2, 3; Stu- dent Announcer 3; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL KETCHMARK BETTY LUCKENBILL RUTH McILVAIN WAYNE KETTERMAN JAMES MANAGO PATRICIA MELKA MARIAN KRAFT MERLYN MARTENS LESLIE MILBY WILLIAM LANSDOWNE WILLIAM McCLELLAN HELEN MILLER MARILYN MILLER RICHARD NIELSEN ANTONIA PAPPAS LORAINE MOHLER lANET OLIVER GENE PEARCY OWEN MONEYPENNY VIRGINIA OLSON JOE PEDAVOLI SUSAN NICHOLS GENEVA OWENS RONALD POLLOCK MILLER. MARILYN WaEhinglon Township High School, Val- paraiso, Indiana 1, 3, Choir 4; Y-Teens 4. MOHLER, LORAINE Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; G.A.A. I; Dramatics Club 3; Valpost 4. MONEYPENNY, OWEN Football 2; Football Manager 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3. NICHOLS, SUSAN G.A.A, 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Booster Club 4; Valpost 4. NIELSEN, RICHARD Track 1; Basketball 1; Noonday League; Stamp Chairman 2, OLrVER, JANET Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Valpost 4; VALENIAN 4, edi- tor 4; Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, accom- panist 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 2, president 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, accompanist 3, 4. OLSON, VIRGINIA Glee Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, OWENS, GENEVA Downers Grove High School, Downers Grove, Illinois I; G.A.A. 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4. PAPPAS, ANTONIA Spanish Club 2; Choir 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, vice-president 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4. PEARCY, GENE Kokomo High School, Kokomo, Indiana 1, 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. PEDAVOLI, lOE Band 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Booster Club 2. POLLOCK, RONALD Hi-Y 3, 4; Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4; Projection Club Z; Booster Club 2, 3, Football Manager 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4. 20 POOL, WILLIAM Choir 1; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Projection Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4. BOBBINS, RICKY Chesterton High School, Chesterton, In- diana 3; G.A.A. 4; Booster Club 4; Y- Teens 4; Volpost 4. SCHROEDER, MARTHA Choir 1, 2; Booster Club 3; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Science Club 4; Student Council 4; Valpost 3, 4. PRICE, JUSTUS Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2. RANSOM, EUGENE Football 1. REASON, NANCY G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen.s 1, 2; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Booster Club 4; Valpost 4. RYAN, JAMES No Activities. ST. CLAIR, WILLIAM Basketball varsity 3, reserve 1, 2; Foot- ball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 4. SCHROEDER, LOIS Booster Club 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4; Val- post 4; Glee Club 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Science Club 4. SCOTT, HOWARD Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 3; day League 3, 4. SIDDALL, THERESE Choir 1: Glee Club 2; Booster Club 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. SMITH, VERNON Spanish Club 1, 2; Noonday League 4; Student Council 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, presi- dent 4; Science Club 3, 4. WILLIAM POOL RICKY ROBBINS MARTHA SCHROEDER JUSTUS PRICE JAMES RYAN HOWARD SCOTT EUGENE RANSOM WILLIAM ST. CLAIR THERESE SIDDALL NANCY REASON LOIS SCHROEDER VERNON SMITH RUTH SOMNER GEORGE STONEH BETTY TILTON MARGARET SPRATLEY JEAN SWENSON JO ANN TOWNSEND .J £. ' . ..„.- RAYMOND STEEL DAVID THOMAS DAVID TURNER CHARLES STEVENS JACK THOMAS RUTH UNDERWOOD SOMNER, RUTH G A.A. 1, 2. SPRATLEY, MARGARET Band 1, 2, 3, 4; GA.A. 1, 2, Y-Teens 1. 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2. STEEL. RAYMOND Track 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 1, 2. STEVENS, CHARLES Student Council 1, 2; Football varsity 4, reserve 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Track 1, 2; Freshman Class president; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4, secretary 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Varsity Club 4. M%.. STONER, GEORGE Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 2, 3, secretary 2; Basketball 1, 2; Noonday League 3, 4; Freshman Class vice- president; Student Council 1. SWENSON, JEAN G.AA. 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS, DAVID Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Future Teachers Club 4, president 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. THOMAS, JACK Steubenville High School, Steubenville, Ohio 1; Football varsity 3, 4; Track 3; Basketball 3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4, president 3, 4; Noonday League. TILTON, BETTY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3. Choir 3; G.A.A. 1; TOWNSEND, JO ANN G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, program chairman 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Choir 1; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. TURNER, DAVID Booster Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4, sergeant-at-arms 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Projec- tion Club 2; Basketball 1; Noonday League 2, 3, 4. UNDERWOOD, RUTH Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 22 VAN NESS, JOE Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball varsity 3, 4, reserve 1. 2; Track 1, 2; Golf 3, 4; Noonday League 3; Junior Class presi- dent; Student Council 1, 3, 4, presi- dent 4; Science Club 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. VIETZKE, JOYCE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, assistant librarian 2, 3; Stamp Chairman 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, publicity chairman 4; Choir 2; G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 3, 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4, chairman 3; Science Club 3; Junior Class secretary; Senior Class secretary; Booster Club 1, 3, 4; VALENIAN 4. WALKER, CLOYD Noonday League 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3. WALSH, ARLENE G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, board 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. WALSH, DAN Football varsity 3, 4, reserve 1, 2; Bas- ketball varsity 3, reserve 1, 2; Sopho- more Class president; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, vice-president 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. WEBB, WILFORD Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Var- sity Club 4. WEST, WILLIAM Hi-Y 4; Science Club 4; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. WHITTON, JOAN G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. board 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 4; Choir 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Majorette 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. WILSON CHARLES Band 2, 3, 4; Projection Club 2; Science Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 2; Cross Coun- try 2. WOLFE, CHARLES Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2; Track 1, 2, 3. WOLFE, DELORES G.A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4, board 4. ZIMMERMAN, MARGARET G.A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Booster Club 2, 3, 4, secre- tary 4; Student Council 3, 4, secretary 4; Science Club 3; Spanish Club 2, secretary 2; Freshman Class secretary; Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Choir 1; Homecoming Queen 4. JOE VAN NESS DAN WALSH CHARLES WILSON JOYCE VIETZKE WILFORD WEBB CHARLES WOLFE CLOYD WALKER WILLIAM WEST DELORES WOLFE ARLENE WALSH JOAN WHITTON MARGARET ZIMMERMAN JUNIORS JUNIOR OFFICERS William Johnston, secretary-treasurer Evelyn Dahl, vice-president Philip Findling, president Row 1, Top; Roger Ashbough, Ralph Bach, Jean Bademan, Opal Hair, Betty Bollinger, Dorothy Barboul, Lillian Barboul, Joanne Bauer, John Beach, John Beck. Row 2: Barbara Black, Dick Bond, Janet Bond, Vernette Book, Juanita Borg, Robert Born- holt, Dorothy Brejcha, Fred Briggs, Marguerite Brown, Bernie Buck. Row 3: Joe Burke, Idamae Burrus, Dorothy Clark, Jo Ann Clark, Patricia Clark, Kenneth Coulter, Ellen Covert, Naomi Daehnke, Evelyn Dahl, William Delcourt. Row 4: Ruth Dicksen, Robert Dillingham, Thomas Dobbins, Sharon Donley, Opal Ernst. PjW 5: Margaret Eigelsbach, Mary Fehrman, Phil Findling, Mary Lee Fischer, Leslie Fleenor, Row 6: Wilbur Fleenor, Jack Flick, Shirley Foster, Darlene Frazier, Edward Gannon. Row 7: Lyn Cast, Dora Git ' tos, Mary Gray, Ross Greene, Loretta Groezinger. 24 Row 1, Top: Richard Hall, James Hartmann, Robert Hartnup, Edwin Hendricks, Harold Henning, Patricia Hepner, Don Hermance, William Hibbets, John Hodshire, Robert Houser. Row 2: James Hudgins, Shirley Huelat, Philip Johnson, William J. Johnston, Donna Julian, John Kilavos, Dan Klee- hammer, Carrie Mae Klein, Beverly Klukas, Joyce Knoblock. Row 3: Wallace Kotefka, Gerald Krueger, Phyllis Lawler, Charles Lembke, John LePell, William Martin, William Mas- ters, Catharine Mayer, Marvlene McDaniels, Darrell McDowell. Row 4: Joan Meyer, Loretta Meyer, Eva Lou Miller, Robert Myers, Wanda Naillieu;:, Marguerite Nicholson, Marilyn Niequist, Thomas Oliver, Shirley Olsberg, Beverly Otto. Row 5: Josephine Polarek, Angenetha Popp, Dorothy Poweska, Cecil Query, Emily Schoenbohm, Janet Scribner, Marilee Shinabarger, Carole Sievers, Raymond Silhavy, Ernest Soliday. Row 6: Marvin Stoner, John Sullivan, Carolyn Sundin, Mary Tornow, Ernest Tauck, Jo Ann Thune, Harold Tucker, Thomas Underiner, Dona Upton, Betty Wakeman. Row 7: Joan Wehner, Melville Weller, Elizabeth West, Richard Wheeler, Onnalee V illiams, Randall Wilson, Martha Winchell, Warren Wright, Joyce Zell. 25 SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS Bob Bailey, president; Chuck Swynenberg, vice-president; Ronald Buls, secretary-treasurer Row ], top: Shirley Allen, Jackie Allison, Betty Anderson, Margaret Armstrong, Dorothy Arndt, Robert Bailey, Jeanette Baker, Robert Barkley, Paul Bartholomew, Richard Beach. Row 2: Lucille Benke, Daralee Blackman, Betty Ann Blaney, Phyllis Borth, Evelyn Braun, James Brennan, Sara Jane Brown, Sue Brown, James Brownell, Susan Brownell. Row 3: Bonnie Bucher, Ronald Buls, Doris Buzalski, Phillip Carichoff, Margaret Case, William Chess, William Chum- ley, Helen Cliftord, David Clilton, Gerald Czamanski. Row 4: Vernette Dalke, William Daniels, Norma Davis, Robert Davis, Joyce Dawson, Richard Del Mastro, Beverly Dillingham, Joan Dittman, Lila Dowd, Marlene Dowd. Row 5: Kenneth Dunn, Christina Edwards, Ruth Ehrisman, Richard Eichelberg, Barbara Eigelsbach. Row 6: Barbara Ellis, Jean Fitzgerald, James Flick, Phyllis Frank, Charles Gast. Row 7: Donna Grieger, Helen Hall, Allen Hawes, Geraldine Henneinke, Clara Hershman. 26 ' «.?_ I ' - «._, V ; Row 1, top: Van Hobson, William Houghland, Genevieve Howell, Frances Johnson, Marjorie Johnson, Patricia John- son, William H. Johnston, Violette Kaufmann, Lee Ketterman, Caroline Klahn. Row 2: Roger Klemz, Fritz Knopp, Frank Kosier, Loretta Krysa, Stella Krysa, Edith Kuhrts, Edna Kyes, Betty Lind- strom, Jeanine Ling, Harold Louderback. Row 3: Ethel MacGillivray, Gus Manoles, Richard Marine, Myron Marshall, Marcella Mason, Donna Maudlin, Jane Maxwell, Jerry McDaniel, Ruth McFarland, James McGarvey. Row 4; Patricia McGill, Robert A. Miller, Roberta Mills, William Morris, Terrence Murphy, Charles Murvihill, Donald Nelson, Bette Nuppnau, Jeanine Parry, Patricia Peters. Row 5: Anita Phillips, Patricia Prentiss, Kenneth Price, James Principe, James Rader, Glen Ridgway, Edith Ruther- ford, Winnie Sandberg, Charles Sanford, Twila Scholl. Row 6: Lawrence Schroeder, Richard Schroeder, William Schultz, Janet Smith, Helen Spencer, Elsie Spratley, Elsie Squire, Donna Standiford, Eugene Stump, Charles Swynenberg. Row 7; Herman Tarnow, Anne Trulock, Patricia Vogt, James Wareham, Harold Waymire, John Webb, Kenneth Wood- ruff, Reginald Zimmermian. 27 jk i tt a a O ' " t j Cj. FRESHMEN FRESHMAN OFFICERS Melvin Walsh, president; David Miller, vice-president; Donald Brown, secretary-treasurer Rov 1, top: Eileen Amsterdam, Lee Roy Anderson, Laurel Ashbaugh, Shirley Athens, Connie Baldwin, Jo Ann Bortz, Maxine Bartz, Joe Bigelow, Donald Black, Sue Block, Earl Blackney, Jeanette Blake. Row 2: Tom Book, James Bozik, Mary Brobeck, Charles Brown, Donald Brown, Gene Brown, Richard Bundy, Laurellen Butcher, Maurice Buzalski, Joan Casey, James Cavanaugh, Eugene Clark. Row 3: Jenny Clous, Arliene Court, Bonnie Crum, Rita Dalke, Betty Daniel, Cynthia Doran, Robert Doud, Herbert Douglas, Charles Dowd, David Dowd, Ronnie Eckert, Dorothy Ehrhardt. Row 4: Robert Eigelsbach, Dale Ellis, Kathleen Fabing, Sharon Flick, David Gast, Mary Lou Gibbs, John Gilbert, Marjorie GUI, Robert Gingerich, Wilma Green, Dan Hermance, Iris Hibbets. Row 5: Dale Homan, Ruth Horner, Marilyn Hull, John Hurley, Carol Ingman, Jeifry Inman, Martha Irons, Bob Johnson. Row 6: Margaret Johnson, Mary Johnson, Jack Kassanits, Maryanne Kazlauski, Mary Jean Keehn, Dick Kcene, Carlo Kelso, Robert Kerr. Row 7: David Klemz, Charleys Kralt, Joe Krueger, Nanette Kuehl, Marilyn Landrey, Robert Londrey, Ruth Lansing, Florian Latek. 28 m - ft i ' S e : ei Row 1, top: James Looft, Wilma Ludington, Clifford Magnor, Audrey Martens, Tom Masters, Helen Mathias, Evelyn Maudlin, Sharon McHugh, Charlotte Meyer, Earl Michiaels, David Miller, Robert R, Miller, Row 2: Asaneth Moneypenny, James Monroe, John Mueller, Jo Anne Muster, Josephine Muster, Quentin O ' Brien, Jack Ohlfest, Charlotte Orange, Charles Oyler, Julia Pappas, Janet Parry, Wayne Peck. Row 3: Mario Pedavoli, Arthur Peterson, Pauline Petralis, George Phillips, David Platts, Lester Pollock, James Polo, Walter PuUins, Betty Reynolds, Wayne Rice, Evelyn Rippe, Wayne Robinson. Row 4: Mary Ronco, Lee Roy Russi, Cynthia Ryan, Richard Schau, Carolyn SchoU, Ed Schroeder, Betty Schumacher, Robert Scott, Mary Helen Siepel, Sharon Sexton, Patricia Shannon, Dale Shot . Row 5: Helen Sheets, Gene Sherman, Bud Shutts, Nancy Shufflebotham, Marilyn Shurr, Raymond Slagle, Ruihann Stewart, Caroline Stinson, Gene Stipp, Marilyn Sullivan, Mary Swenson, Marilyn Sv ift. Row 6: Anna Tarnow, Melvin Tilton, Charles Trenkle, Juanita Trulock, Tom Turner, Margaret Uban, Marjorie Van Loon, Edward Visnow, Robert Vitoux, Jack Walsh, Melvin Walsh, Bill Weber. Row 7: Mary Lou Wells, Eugene West, Barbara Wilson, Bettimae Wilson, Donald Wirth, Marlene Wollc, Jeanne Wright, Marlene Yelton, Edgar Young, Robert Zell, Alan Zimmerman. 29 ACTIVITIES 30 SP3=W A Good Full Measure Bringing out one ' s personality to the fullest and developing qualities of leader- ship are but a few of the benefits derived from the various clubs and service organi- zations in V. H. S. " Let there be a place for everyone " stands out as a beckoning for students to find the activity for which they might be best suited. 31 VALENIAN The complete activities of school life throughout the year are re- corded in the VALENIAN, which is published each year by a group of graduating seniors. This year the book has been sponsored by Mr. Roger Stewart, a newcomer to the faculty of V. H. S The staff and photographer have been working since the first days of school, planning and col- lecting the material for the VA- LENIAN. The expense of the publication has been met in various ways. The profit made by senior girls selling candy at the school candy store and at games has been do- nated for the book, and an assess- ment has been levied against each club m proportion to the size of its layout. The VALENIAN has been awarded the A 11- America Honor Rating three times in its history and has also won numerous other high ratings awarded each year by the National Scholastic Press Association. " g? Top picture: Staff: left to right: Virginia Brown, Barbara Claudon, Mr. Roger Stewart, sponsor; Janet Oliver, Helen Miller, Robert Holmes. Front: Joyce Vietzke, Arthur Hershman. Center picture: Barbara Claudon. business manager; Janet Oliver, editor; examining engraver ' s plates from last year ' s Valenian. Bottom picture: left to right: Robert Holmes, boys ' sports editor; Helen Miller, activities editor; Virginia Brown, art edi- tor; Joyce Vietzke, girls ' sports editor; Arthur Hershman, literary editor. 32 VALPOST The everyday news in and around V. H. S. is published bi- weekly in the Valpost. The paper is edited by the Journalism II class under the sponsorship of Mrs. Em- ma R. Poor. This group, which was prepared, for this type of work in a Journalism I class, does all the writing, proofreading, copy read- ing, sorting, and mailing of the paper. The Valpost is financed by sell- ing advertisements to local busi- ness men and selling subscrip- tions. All collecting is done by the staff. The Valpost nas won numerous first-class honor ratings awarded by the National Scholastic Press Association. VALPOST STAFF Top Picture: Left to right — Virginia Brov n, Martha Schroe- der, Joyce Vietzke, Arthur Hershman, Mrs. Foor, sponsor; Susan Nichols, Janet Ohver, Betty Luckenbill. Center Picture: Joe Van Ness receives his Valpost from Virginia Brown, staff member. Bottom Picture: Left to right — Joyce Vietzke, Arthur Hersh- man, Janet Oliver, Susan Nichols, Martha Schroeder, work- ing to meet the printer ' s deadline. " 33 HI-Y Left to Right — Top Row: John Webb, Charles Schau, Charles Stevens, Kenneth Dobbins, Frank Highly, Joseph Van Ness, William West, Gene Braun, Warren Able. Second Row; Robert Bornholt, Thomas Oliver, Edward Hansen, James McGarvey, William Hibbets, Richard Harrison, William Fitzgerald, James Hartmann, James Hudgins. Third Row: Arthur Hershman, William Johnston, Charles Lembke, Rex Bucher, William Morris, Jack Bailey, Harold Bartholomew , John LePell, David Turner. Fourth Row: William Pool, Glen Ridgway, Charles Swynenberg, Kenneth Woodruff, Jack Thomas, Edward Gannon, James Brownell, Thomas Dobbins, Cecil Query. Fifth Row: Robert Holmes, John Beach, Vernon Smith, Philip Findling, William St. Clair, Harley Snyder, George Stoner, Russell Bryant, George Kilavos. Sixth Row: Leslie Fleenor, Dan Walsh, Paul Bartholomew, Ronald Pollock, Robert Davis, Robert Dolson, Glen Ellis, Marvin Stoner, Richard Bond. Seventh Row: Richard Beach, Ronald Buls, George Becker, Wilbur Fleenor, Joseph Pedavoli, Richard Johnsen, Daniel Kleehammer, Roger Klemz, John Hodshire. Sponsors: Mr. Ralph E. Schenck, Mr. Alfred L. Henkel. Officers: George Stoner, vice-president; Vernon Smith, president; Dick Harrison, secretary; Bob Holmes, treasurer. Bottom, right: Jack Thomas, Vernon Smith, Frank Highly, David Thomas, James Hudgins singing at Father-Son Banquet. Clean scholarship and clean sportsmanship are typical mottos of the Hi-Y, who, under the direction of Mr. Ralph Schenck and Mr. Alfred Henkel, strive to attain these ideals. As a junior branch of the Y. M. C. A., they work closely with this organiza- tion in their various efforts. The Hi-Y chapter in V. H. S. is one of the oldest in the state. Originally a boy be- came a Hi-Y member by accepting an invitation to join. This policy has been changed. Anyone who wishes to join the club makes his intention know n by re- questing that he be admitted. Much more important than the membership policy change is the growth of the club. When it was first organized, it had 35 enrolled; and today this membership has increased to 69 full-time workers. The Hi-Y performs many useful services around V. H. S. At the beginning of each semester, they operate the used-book store. They sell Hi-Y pencils and operate check rooms at special dances. Each year the club awards a courtesy award to the 34 Left: Mr. Schenck, sponsor, and Mrs. Schenck serving at Father-Son Banquet. Right Top: Vernon Smith, president, questioning John Beach prior to his induction. Right Bottom: John Beach being formally accepted into the Hi-Y. student whom the faculty selects. The entire club attends church in a body three times a year, going to a different one each time. In ad dition to its helpful services, the Hi-Y also sponsors several social functions. At the opening of the school year, they cooperate with their sister club, the Y-Teens, in the initiation party for the incoming freshmen. They sponsor a Hi-Y Best Girl Par- ty, which is attended by Hi-Y members and their best ladies. Each year the club enjoys its Father and Son Banquet, at which time the mem- bers and their fathers become acquainted. At a special convocation last semester, Mr. Schenck received a Hi-Y pin set with pearls from the State Hi-Y Board. The award was made in recognition of Mr. Schenck ' s twenty years of faithful Hi-Y service. Our local Hi-Y sent tv o delegates to the National Hi-Y Conference. This con- vention was held last summer in Oxford, Ohio. The purpose of this conference was to acquaint all the Hi-Y ' s throughout the country with the problems of today. The speakers explained ways in which the Hi-Y can help meet these problems. 35 Y-TEENS The Y-Teens, or Girl Reserves as they were formerly called, have been a part of our high school organization since 1929. Through all these years, the Y-Teens have continued their good v ork. The club, sponsored by Miss Audrey Shauer, attends church in a body every year and encourages regular church attendance. In their capacity as a service club, they perform many kind and useful services for everyone in the school and in the city.. Each year the club sells TB Seals at booths in downtown stores. At various times they deliver baskets of food to deserving families. Y-TEENS — SENIORS AND JUNIORS Row 1, top: Left to Right: Barbara Claudon, Marilyn Niequest, Elizabeth West, Evelyn Dahl, Melville Weller, Janet Oliver, Joanne Cochran, Patricia Hepner, Marilee Shinabarger, Jo Ann Tovirnsend. Row 2: Barbara Benson, Shirley Burns, Darlene Frazier, Patricia Blaney, Marguerite Brown, Betty Wakeman, Vir- ginia Brown, Marian Ehrhardt, Mary jane Jontz, Ruth Mcllvain. Row 3: Phyllis Lawler, Antonia Pappa.s, Joan Whitton, Marilyn Crowe, Susan Nichols, Lois Schroeder, Ruth Dickson, Rickie Robbins, Dora Giftos, Jane! Scribner. Row 4: Genevieve Horan, Ruth Dick, Belly Tilton, Helen Miller, Anganetha Popp, Jo Anne Bauer, Martha Schroeder, Marilyn Miller, Patricia Dick, Margaret Spratley. Row 5: Marvlene McDaniels, Beverly Klukas, Margaret Zimmerman, Mary Grilim, Emily Schoenbohm, Betty Aigner, Ruth Clifford, Ellen Covert, Betty Bollinger, Carolyn Sundin. Row 6: Marilyn Kaufmann, Jo Ann Thune, Margaret Eigelsbach, Juanita Borg, Eva Lou Miller, Mary Lee Fischer, Sharon Donley, Marguerite Nicholson, Jean Crisraan, Donna Julian. Row 7: Joyce Vietzke, Onalee Williams, Betty Luckenbill, Jean Swenson, Carrie Mae Klein, Miss Audrey Shauer, spon- sor, Geneva Owens, Shirley Huelot, Jean Bademan. Botiom Right: Officers: Left to Right: Shirley Burns, treasurer; Barbara Claudon, vice-president; Margaret Zimmer- man, president; Mary Jane Jontz, secretary; Jo Ann Townsend, program chairman; Joyce Vietzke, publicity chairman. R„it „, I .-.(1 p„„.-,|,-j Halu: imitating blacked-faced Al Jolson at V-Room. The Y-Teens perform many useful services around school, too. Their chief work is helping in the cafeteria by serving food and washing dishes. These duties are carried out by a different group of six girls each week. For this service they are paid $10 each week by the School Lunch Program. Not all Y-Teen functions are such hard labor. Throughout the year they have three very important social activities. The first of these is the Freshman Initiation Party, which they sponsor in cooperation with the Hi-Y. The Turnabout Trot is an- other important social affair wherein the girls become the ones who ask for dates and escort their boys to and from the dance. The V-Room is the largest of the club ' s func- tions. It is held early in the spring at the Junior High School. The dance is semi-for- mal, and music is provided by a band. There is special entertainment provided by a floor show. Y-TEENS — SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN Left to Right — Top Row: Susan Black, Sara Jane Brown, Patricia Vogt, Iris Hibbets, Shirley Allen, Jane Maxwell, Phyllis Frank, Shirley Athens, Anita Phillips, Laurel Asbaugh. Second Row: Clara Hershman, Stella Krysa, Ruth McFarland, Barbara Wilson, Jeanine Parry, Caroline Stinson Third Row: Carta Kelso, Helen Sheets, Barbara Eigelsbach, Barbara Ellis, Marjorie Gill, Violette Kaufmann, Marilyn Shurr, Patricia Peters, Marilyn Sullivan, Jeanne Wright. Fourth Row: Betty Blaney, Daralee Blackman, Bonnie Buclier, Ruth Ehrisman, Juanita Trulock, Cynthia Doran, Susan Brown, Helen Cliiford, Jacquelyn Allison, Roberta Mills, Fifth Row: Nanette Kuehl, Pauline Petralis, Margaret Uban, Mary Brobeck, Beverly Dillingham, Asaneth Moneypenny, Janet Parry, Nancy Shuiflebotham, Evelyn Maudlin, Loretta Krysa, Sixth Row: Patricia McGill, Ruth Horner, Jo Anne Muster, Cynthia Ryan, Sharon McHugh, Mary Johnson, Evelyn Braun, Janet Smith, Susan Brownell, Dale Gorrell, Seventh Row: Elsie Squire, Betty Anderson, Lucille Benke, Kathleen Fabing, Ethel MacGil- livray, Carolyn School, Betty Nuppnau, Eileen Amsterdam, Donna Grieger, Julia Pappas, Miss Audrey Shauer, sponsor. Eighth Row: Edna Kyes, Ann Trulock, Mary Helen Seipel, Patricia Johnson, Phyllis Berth, Elsie Spratley, JoAnn Bartz, Connie Baldwin, Joan Casey, Bettimae Wilson. Bottom Left: Friendly get-together between dances at the V-Room, Bottom Right: Couples at the V-Room taking advantage of the free refreshments. Left to Right, Top Row: David Turner, V illiam Daniels, Jack Flick, William Dowd, James Flick, William Delcourt, Arthur Hershman, William Fitzgerald, Kenneth Woodruif, Harold Bartholomev . Second Row: Jo Ann Tov nsend, Barbara C!au- don, George Stoner, Charles Swynenberg, James Brownell, Robert Holmes, Joanne Cochran, Patricia Hepner, Marilyn Niequist, Evelyn Dahl. Third Row: Dora Giftos, Ruth Mcllvain, Mary Jane Jontz, Glen Ellis, Marilee Shinabarger, Robert Houser, Barbara Benson, Elizabeth West, Darlene Frazier, Phyllis Lawler. Fourth Row; Sara Jane Brown, Shirley Allen, Susan Nichols, Janet Scribner, Barbara Ellis, Phyllis Frank, Jane Maxwell, Anita Phillips, Virginia Brown, Antonia Pappas. Fifth Row: Richard Beach, Ruth Ehrisman, Joanne Bauer, Joyce Knoblock, Rickie Robbins, Joan Whitton, Daniel Kleeham- mer, Cynthia Doran, Marvin Stoner, Helen Miller. Sixth Row: Bonnie Bucher, Margaret Zimmerman, Betty Aigner, Nan- cy Reason, Therese Siddall, Carolyn Sundin, Margaret Eigelsbach, JoAnn Thune, Betty Blaney, Eva Lou Miller. Seventh Row: Carrie Mae Klein, Donna Grieger, Elsie Squire, Roberta Mills, Susan Brown, Juanita Borg, Susan Brownell, Jean Crisman, Bette Nuppnau, Lucille Benke, Joyce Vietzke. In front. Sponsors: Mr. Alired Henkel, Miss Lillian Elmore, Mr. Roger iStewart. Bottom: OHicers: Arthur Hershman, treasurer; Helen Miller, president; Barbara Benson, vice-president; Margaret Zimmerman, secretary. BOOSTER CLUB " Everything for the team, " has been the motto of the Booster Club since its or- ganization in September, 1946. To achieve this end, the club has strived to promote team, spirit and good sports- manship throughout the school and the city under the guidance of Mr. Alfred Hen- kel, Mr. Roger Stewart, and Miss Lillian Elmore. A Booster Club bus goes to every out-of-town game whenever it is possible. In this way the club provides convenient and reasonable transportation to all club members. They also encourage others to follow the team and to always display the qualities of true sportsmanship when attending these games. When the teams play at home, Booster Club members attend all these games, too, and lead the cheering section in the yells. The club also contributes to the school ' s social life. Each year they sponsor the Kick-Off Dance, which is held after the first football game of the year. Throughout the school year, they sponsor several dances held after basketball and football games. At times they have sold Viking pins and Booster hats to loyal boosters in the school. ■ . . 38 THE LIBRARY CLUB FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB This year a group of students, realiz- ing their lack of knowledge of the library and the literary world in general, con- ferred with Miss Virginia Smiley, the li- brarian, concerning their problem. The new Library Club was Miss Smiley ' s an- swer to their problem. In keeping with the reasons for the club ' s organization, the members have set forth as the purpose of the club to develop library interest and to make the library inviting to all their fellow stu- dents in the high school. The club has sixteen members. This year they sponsored no social activities; but after it is completely organized, this, too, will be a part of the Library Club. One way in which the problem of the lack of teachers has been met is the for- mation of the Future Teachers of Ameri- ca. The chapter in our school was or- ganized in September, 1948, by Miss Audrey Shauer. The purpose of the club is to help future teachers to learn facts about and opportunities of teaching everywhere, to develop qualities essen- tial to a good teacher, and to develop student leadership. The chapter works closely with the National Education As- sociation. The organization, as a whole, helps to improve the quality of the peo- ple who take up teaching as a career. Left to Right — Top Row: Martha Irons, Robert Landrey, Opal Bair, Betty Balhnger. Second Row; Anna Tarnow, Betty Schumacher, Caro- hne Klahn, Jenny Glaus. Third Row: Marilyn Swift, Winnie Sandberg, Marilyn Landrey. Fourth Row: Joan Casey, Jeanette Baker, Connie Bald- win, Mary Lou Wells. Fifth Row: Sponsor, Miss Virginia Smiley; David Gast. Left to Right— Top Row: Susan Black, David Platts, David Thomas, Janet Oliver, Paul Bartholomew. Second Row: Nancy Shufflebotham, Juanita Trulock, Mary Jean Keehn, Juanita Borg. Third Row: Mary Helen Siepel, Kathleen Fabing, Betty Luckenbill. Fourth Row: Sponsor, Miss Audrey Shauer; Ann Tru- lock. DRAMATIC CLUB Officers: Left to Right: Lucille Benke, secretary-treasurer; Harold Woymire, president; Sharon Donley, vice-president. Top Row: Lett to Right: Marguerite Brown, Opal Bair, Gene Pearcy, Fred Briggs, William Weber, Cecil Query, Har- ley Snyder. Second Row: Beverly Dillingham, Betty Lmdstrom, Paul Bartholomew, Edilh Rutherlord, Harold Waymire, Ruth Under- wood, John Hodshire. Third Row: Lucille Benke. Joan Wehner, Mary Lou Gibbs, Sharon Donley, Jo Anne Muster, Marilyn Kaulmann, Pa- tricia Johnson, Carol Ingman, Shirley Huelat. In front: Mr. Burton Conkling, sponsor. Hard work and more hard work may well be the theme of the Dramatics Club. The group, organized by and under the sponsorship of Mr. Burton Conkling, is en- gaed in some activity all the time. The club was organized to help those persons interested in the dramatic life to learn more about its fundamentals. In these studies, the members become acquaint- ed with some of the necessary fundamentals of acting, costuming, make-up, and lighting. Another part of this work is presenting readings and pantomimes, which help to accomplish necessary body actions and voice control. All this knowledge is then put to use in the presentation of plays. The club makes all arrangements and does all its own work m preparing for the presentation of the plays. The members make their own scenery; members make up the cost; and they set their own stage, besides acting in the play. The club made the flats, which they use now as the background for all their plays, last year. Some members go out on special occasions and do the make-up work in different activities around the city. The Dramatics Club is also very active socially. Each year it sponsors the Christmas Formal, one of the school ' s largest social events. It also sponsors regular school dances at every opportunity throughout the school year. 40 DRAMATICS All the training and knowledge of the Dramatics Club are put to practice in plays. The club presents three or four plays a year to the student body at special convocations. Each student pays an admission price of ten cents, which goes to the Dramatics Club for buying props, mak3-up, and play scripts. This year the club presented three plays. The first was The Importance of Being Ernest. This was the story of two young men who posed as each other so that one could get away from home and the other could be with his lady love, but the ending was a great surprise. Everything Nice was also presented. It was the story of two little girls who had the art of doing wrong seemingly mastered. The last play pre- sented was Undertow, a mystery, which f3atured an all girl cast. Cast Top Left; Gene Pearcy, Fred Briggs, Lucille Benke, Evelyn Rippe, loan V ehner, Sharon Donley, and Opal Bair from Everything Nice. Top Right- Mary Brobeck, William Weber enjoying a stroll in The Importance of Being Ernest. Center Left: Evelyn Rippe, Fred Briggs, Lucille Benke, during a lull in Everything Nice. Center Right: Sharon Dcn- ley, Richard Johnsen, and Jo- anne Mu.sler in a tense scene from The Importance of Being Ernest. Bottom Left- Opal Bair, Joan Wehner, Fred Briggs have a serious discussion during The Importance of Being Ernest. Bottom Right: Mr. Burton Conkling and dramatics stu- dents make-up the cast before the play. GLEE CLUB Glee Club Olficers: Left to Right, Top: Janet Oliver, president; Joanne Cochran, treasurer; Ruth Dick, vice- president; Bettie Barboul, not pictured, secretary. Choir Officers: left to Right, Bottom: Jack Thomas, president; John Beach, robe chairman; Margaret Eigels- bach, secretary; Ruth Dick, treasurer; Bettie Barboul, not pictured, vice-president. Top Row — Left to Right: Christina Edwards, Ver- nette Book, Patricia Melka, Joanne Cochran, Helen Hall, Janet Oliver, Patricia Blaney, Sharon Sexton. Second Row: Sharon Flick, Josephine Polarek, Mar- lene Yelton, Betty Lindstrom, Shirley Olsburg, Barbara Wilson, Dorothie Clark, Laurellen Butcher. Third Row: Margaret Eigelsbach, Mary Johnson, Wilma Green, Marlene " Wolfe, Ruth Dick, Sharon VIcHugh, Joanne Muster, Pauline Petralias, Patricia McGill. Fourth Row: Josephine Muster, Betty Luckenbill, Betty Reynolds, Geneva Owens, Anna Tarnow, Mar- guerite Nicholson, Bettie Barboul, Marjorie Van Loon. Under the direction of Mrs. Mary S. Myers, the Girls ' Glee Club met two days a week during the first semester of the school year. This choral group had thirty-three members. The girls studied three-part music arranged for first soprano, sec- ond soprano, and alto voices. The Glee Club, as well as the Choir, participated in the Porter County Cho- rus. All-County Day, December 3, to which each county school sends repre- sentatives, is an annual affair. Since the Glee Club and Choir were both rather small the first semes- ter, Mrs. Myers decided to combine the two groups to make a larger choir the second portion of the year. 42 Top Row: Left to Right Phyllis Frank, Veinette Book, Evelyn Dahl, Jane Maxwell, Joanne Cochran, Janet Oliver. Second Row: Barbara Benson, Shirley Allen, Patricia Blaney, Patricia Melka, Marilyn Niequist, Frank Highly, Ernest Tauck, Jock Thomas. Third Row: Marcella Mason, Betty Lindstrom, Sarah Jane Brown, Christina Edwards, Patricia Vogt, Dale Shatz, Richard Hall. Fourth Row: Barbara Black, Daralee Blackman, Twila SchoU, Stella Krysa, Marilyn Miller, William Birmingham, John Beach, William Weber. Fifth Row: Ruth Dick, Geneva Owens, Margaret Eigelsbach, Beverly Dillingham, Betty Blaney, Barbara Ellis, Bar- ley Snyder, Alvin Dorris. Sixth Row: Marguerite Nicholson, Patricia McGill, Bettie Barboul, Phyllis Lawier, Ross Greene, Le Roy Anderson. Seventh Row: Patricia Johnson, Betty Luckenbill, Lucille Benke, Donna Grieger, Marilyn Kauimann, Elsie Squire, Thomas Book. CHOIR The choir, composed of sixty-four members, met three times a week the first sem- ester and five days a week the second semester, under the direction of Mrs. Mary S. Myers . In the choir there were nineteen boys and forty-five girls. The students studied music arranged for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass voices. The chorus presented many special programs. During the Christmas season, the group sang at the Kiwanis and Rotary Club meetings. They also put on a holi- day performance before the student body. Following an annual custom, Mrs. Myers chose eight songsters to go caroling at the city schools, Porter County Court House, and the Porter Memorial Hospital. This choral group sent represntatives to the solo and ensemble contest held at Hobart, Indiana, February 19. Out of the Valparaiso group of thirteen, seven " firsts " were awarded. Two ensembles entered. The ensemble of girls received a " first " and the boys ' ensemble, a " second. " Those who v ere given a superior rat- ing competed at Indianapolis, Indiana, March 26. In order to be able to enter the choir, glee club, and band contest at Lafayette, Indiana, April 23, the choir presented a concert earlier in April. The money raised from this concert and a school dance held in March paid for the entrance fee and the bus transportation. On special occasions such as Thanksgiving Day, Valentine ' s Day, and other holidays, the choir sang a few appropriate tunes over the school public address system. The members of the group do not have to pay any fees or dues, as the school board buys all of the music. 43 BAND There has been music in the air around V. H. S. since 1930, when our band was first organized. The members of the band are students who have studied music since they were in grade school and those v ho took an interest in high school and took lessons to gain a place in the band. Those students, who have played instru- ments for several years, often continue lessons in high school, either under Mr. Har- old Rogers, the director, or teachers who come from South Bend and Chicago to give weekly lessons. These lessons are private and are paid for by the students who take the lessons. The band provides all music free and rents instruments to band students. An- other service the band offers its members is sectional practice, which is held once a week. All uniforms are the property of the band; the money for purchasing new uniforms is raised in various ways. However, the last band uniforms were paid for by a private citizen. Top Left, Band Officers: Left to Right: David Thoma. , senior property man; Jean Crisman, secretary-treasurer; Ruth Mcllvain, iibrarian; Harold Bartholomew, vice-president; Glen Ellis, president; Marian Ehrhardt, recording secretary; Marian Kraft, special secretary; Arthur Hershman, senior publicity. Top Right, Baritone Section: Front left to right: Robert Myers, Eugene Smith, John Sullivan; Back, James Looft. Bottom Left, Majorettes. Left to Right: Antonia Pappas, Joan Whitton, Patricia Dick, Ida Mae Burrus. Bottom Right, Flute Section: Front to back: Mary Lee Fischer, Janet Parry, Charlotte Orange, Marian Kraft, Laurel Ashbaugh. 9 %- - px ' ' Left to Right, Back Row: Glen Ellis, Genevieve Horan, George Becker, Charles Lembke, Richard Eichelberg, Russell Bryant. Second Row: Joan Meyer, Jack Ohliest, Mary Swenson, Helen Mathias, Claude Walker, Maurice Buzalski, James Rader, James Hudgins, James Loolt, Eugene Smith, Robert Myers, John Sullivan, Ronald Eckert, Charles Vi ilson, Arthur Hershman, William Dowd, Roy Carlson. Third Row: Beverly Klukas, Bettymae Gessler, Marjorie Gill, Marian Ehrhardt, David Thomas, William Hibbets, Robert Davis, Frank Highly, Robert Barkley, Robert Houser, Cecil Query, Leslie Milby, Margaret Spratley, John Hodshire, Jean Crismon, James Flick, William Delcourt. Fourth Row: Jack Flick, Norma Davis, Kenneth Price, Geraldine Henneinke, Donald Wirth, Dale Ellis, Ernest iSoliday, William Johnston, Mary Tarnow, Mary Fehrman, Charlotte Orange, Janet Parry. Fifth Row: Harold Bartholomew, Joyce Vietzke, Richard Bond, Ruth Mcllvain, Dorothy Clark, Laurel Ashbaugh, Marian Kraft, Mary Lee Fischer. Inset: Maurice Buzalski, drum major. The band is a very active organization; when it isn ' t providing music, it ' s busy providing entertainment and pleasure for others in various v ays. During the football season, the band presents various marching formations on the field and also stages eye-filling extravaganzas. Each year they cooperate v ith the choir and glee club to present their annual concert. Last year the band traveled to Hebron and performed for the high school students there. It also took part in the State Band Contest, and many members entered as soloists. Band members entertain themselves as Vi ell as the public WAith such occasions as the Band Party. This event is open to band members and their guests only. Last year the party was a hayride with dancing and refreshments afterwards. The mem- bers also took on the task of sponsoring a number of school dances throughout the year. 45 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is a student-elected, advisory body. It takes an active part in all phases ol school life and makes decisions in matters concerning student activi- ty. The council is sponsored by Mr. Glen Fisher and Mr. Parke Loren. It has estab- lished itself firmly in the organization of the school in the short space of five years. The Student Council was founded in 1944. Originally another organization known as the Recreation Council performed the functions of our present council, but when it was granted additional duties and rights the name was changed to the Student Council. The Student Council is a representative body elected by the students from each homeroom with the exception of the freshman room 102, which elects three. Coun- cil members remain in office as long as they maintain a " C " average in grades. The president of the council is elected by the entire student body in May of the year pre- ceding the one in which he takes office. Top Left: Student Council, Top Row: Jack Bailey, Joe Van Ness, Frank Highly, Kenneth Dobbins, Terrence Murphy. Second Row: Donald Hermance, Kenneth Woodruff, Thomas Underiner, Eugene Stipp, Robert Bailey. Third Row: Margaret Johnson, Donald Brown, Robert Johnson, Philip Findling, Martha Schroeder, Jeanne Wright. Fourth Row: Mr. Parke Loren, spon.?or; Donna Grieger, Margaret Zimmerman, Eva Lou Miller; Mr. Fisher, sponsor. Top Right: Joe Van Ness taking oath of office for the President of the Student Council from Mr. Telle. Bottom Left: Joe Van Ness, the new council president, giving oath of office to Margaret Zimmerman, Kenneth Wood- ruff and Jack Bailey, the other council officers. Bottom Right: Newly elected council members receive their National Student Council Association pins. Top: Student Council Olli- cers, Left to Right: Mr, Loren, sponsor; Kenneth Woodruff, treasurer; Ice Van Ness, presi- dent; Jack Bailey, vice-presi- dent; Margaret Zimmeiman, secretary; Mr. Fisher, sponsor. Center Picture Left Tom Morris, Student Council Presi- dent last year, dancing with last year ' s May Queen, Johon- na Bauer. Center Picture Right: Var- sity Club officers. Left to right: Richard Bond, secretary; Charles Lembke, president; Dan Walsh, vice-president. Bottom Picture Varsity Club, Top Rovif: James Hartmann, James McGarvey, Gene Braun, Joe Van Ness, Frank Highly, Kenneth Dobbins, Ernest Tauck, Ralph Bach, Charles Stevens. Second Rovir: William Johns- Ion, Harold Bartholomew, Rich- ard Harrison, Jack Bailey, Warren Able, Edward Gan- non, John Sullivan, Charles Lembke, John LePell. Third Row: Leslie Milby, Richard Bond, George Kilavos, William St. Clair, Robert Bai- ley, Jack Thomas, Dan Walsh, Wilbur Fleenor. Council Activities Among the many activities which the Student Council sponsors are the Homecoming Day, which is the high- hght of the school year, the annual May Dance, and regular dances throughout the school year. Each year the Council has a special project, which this year is the re-publi- cation of the Student Handbook, which gives information on courses, scholas- tic requirements,, and credits. Last year, the Council purchased a juke- box for use at school dances. Varsity Club The Varsity Club is another of the younger organizations in school, hav- ing had its beginning in 1947. All members of the club are varsity letter winners who have been recommended by the coaches and approved by the principal. Mr. John Wiggins, Mr. Robert Dille, Mr. Paul Miller, and Mr. Kenneth Pifer are the sponsors of the organization. The Varsity Club is very active in the school social life as well as in promoting better sports. 47 = a ' i ' " ' - ' ' ' -cIri .-4 ' S« SCIENCE CLUB Top Left — Science Club Officers; Left to Rigfit: Ricfiard Bond, secretary-treasurer; Melville V ' eller, vice-president; Arthur Hershman, president; David Turner, sergeont-al-arms. Top Right — iScience Club; Left to Right, Top Row: Willia;n Fitzgerald, William Hibbets, Ralph Bach, Charles Stevens, Melville Weller, Gene Pearcy, William West, Robert Bornholt. Second Row: Thomas Dobbins, David Turner, William Johnston, V orren Able, Fred Briggs, Edward Hansen, Arthur Hershman, Thomas Oliver. Third Row: Betty Wakemon, Philip Findling, Vernon Smith, William Pool, George Stoner, Robert Holmes, Russell Bryant, Patricia Blaney. Fourth Row: Marvin Stoner, Leslie Fleenor, Barbara Black, Betty Ballinger, Robert Houser, Virginia Brown, Genevieve Horan, Joseph Burke. Fifth Row: John Hodshire, Geneva Owens, Nancy Reason, Martha Schroeder, Daniel Kleehammer, Richard Bond, Lois Schroeder, juanita Borg; Sponsor, Mr. Glen Fisher. The Science Club is one of the newer organizations m V. H. S., and yet it is one of the oldest. The ciub was first organized in 1931; and when the chemistry teach- ers changed in 1945, it was disbanded. Then m the spring of 1947, it was again or- ganized under the sponsorship of Mr. Glen Fisher, chemistry and physics instructor. The club was organized to provide science students with an additional source of scientific knowledge, and it provides extra time for practicing and discussing prob- lems which pertain to science. Science Club meetings were held every other week on Monday. For each meet- ing they have a program which either features a speaker who discusses some topic which has to do with science, or the entire club goes on a field trip to various places which are of interest to them in the city. During the past year, they visited the Water Works at Flint Lake, the Electrical Division of the McGill Manufacturing Com- pany, the Continental Diamond Fibre Company, Robert Miller Laboratories, Urschel Laboratories, and Valparaiso Technical Institute. During the Easter vacation, the entire organization took a trip through the Calumet Industrial region to visit some of the large plants The club provides interesting and extensive entertainment for its members. Each year they have a party for the Science Club members and guests, which is usually held the last meeting of the year. They also have parties on special holidays and sponsor many school dances. 48 VHS ADDITIONS Two new features have been added to V. H. S. during the past year. A large new shop building has been erected and will be ready for use by Sep- tember. The new building was brought from Fort Wayne piece by piece after sev- eral teachers and high school students had gone there and torn the building down. It is an old army barracks, sold as army surplus by the Government. The building will house a general shop, i m a machine shop, a room ' Vi ! ■■ lor art classes and me- chanical drawing, and one large and one small classroom. The other addition is the drivers ' training car, which was furnished through the cooperation of the French Motor Com- pany, in January, to be- gin a drivers ' training course. Mr. Wiggins is the driving instructor and thus has charge of the new car. It is a gray Ford sedan with dual brake and clutch controls. Top Picture: Recently constructed new shop building, south of gym- nasium. Center Picture: Left to Right: Ben Thisen, janitor; Clarence Phillips, lonitor; Thom.as Roberts, inslruclor; Glen Fisher, instructor; King Telle, principal; Burton Conkling, instruct- or; Cecil Bigelov , instructor; the men who dismantled the building in Fort V ayne to be shipped here and also helped in its construction. Bottom Picture: The new drivers ' training car with the driving instruc- tor, Mr. John Wiggins, who is ex- plaining the minor facts of its opera- tion to student Helen Miller. 49 - HOMECOMING Homecoming, with its pa- rade, game, and dance, was a time of great excitement around V. H. S. The parade started at two o ' clock and marched to the Court House lawn for a pep session and talks. The defeat of the Wirt Troopers that night was the highlight of the day. At the dance, Margaret Zim- merman was crowned queen of the Homecoming by Dick Harrison. The queen ' s attend- ants v ere Helen Miller, Mary Griffin, Barbara Benson, Bar- bara Claudon, Mary Jane Jontz, and Joyce Vietzke. PROM - Another outstanding gala affair of the school year is the annual Junior-Senior Prom. The Prom is sponsored by the entire junior class, especially for the graduating senior class. Junior class members make all necessary arrange- ments and do all the elabo- rate decorating for the dance themselves. The gymnasium last year was decorated with blue and white scallopped strips of crepe paper across the room as a false ceiling with reflect- ing stars hanging from the ceiling at random. A band provided the music, and cook- ies and punch were served. 53 BACCALAUREATE COMMENCEMENT Top Left: Seniors taking their places on the stage in the gymnasium during commencement exercises. Top Right: Getting in hne prior to marching into the gymnasium. Bottom Left: Graduating seniors stand- ing in their places after marching into church for Baccalaureate services. Bottom Right: Leaving the Methodist Church after service is over. 54 •■■ Top Left: Tom Morris all dressed up as Coach Wiggins giving his boys a pep talk. Top Right: Carl Fmstad and Ronald Halus, erncee, having a friend- ly chat much to the amusement of the audience. Center: The end of the play appropriately announced by Marian Anderson and Ronald Halus. Bottom Left: Mr. Koch, senior class sponsor, watching antics from backstage with students waiting their turn. Bottom Right: Left to Right: Mary Lawler, Wanda Peck, Rita Sievers, Carolyn Hartmann, Johanna Bauer, and Lillian Pflug providing melodies for the program. SENIOR DAY PLAY SNAPS 55 SPORTS 56 ■ -t v-tJ - -rw ■ A Golden Opportunity " Not failure, but low aim, is crime. " Re- gardless of whether they won or lost, good sportsmanship and cooperation were ex- emplified by the Vikings throughout the year. The coach exhorts his men to play not only hard and fast but, above all, a clean and honest game. Invaluable is the " hoard of gold " each V. H. S. athlete has accumulated at the end of the season. 57 FOOTBALL Victories Well Earned Under the able leadership of Coach Wig- gins and Assistant Coach Miller, the fight- ing men of Valpo held a decided edge over their opponents. This advantage was due largely to the great number of strong- hearted recruits who turned out. Valpo ' s outstanding victories were against her traditional rivals. Lowell was worn down m a hard-won victory at Lowell with a score of 12 to 6. Hobart was defeat- ed by a score of 9 to m a fast, hard-hitting game. The annual Homecoming game, played this year with Wirt, was another victory for Valpo, and gave the Homecom- ing the final touch. Although a large number of the squad will be lost due to graduation, there are many good prospects remaining to make Valpo a tough opponent next year. Leit to Right, Top Row. Coach Wiggins, R, Harrison, W. Vv ' ebb, R. Dillingham, R. Bach, J. Van Ness, L. Russi, F. Highly, K. Dobbins, C. Stevens, G. Braun, J. Webb, J. Hartmann, C. Lembke, I. Sullivan, Coach Dille. Second Row: E. Slipp. G. Ridgway, R. Bailey, G, Brown , L. Schroeder, E. Gannon, C. Sanford, I. McGarvey, J. LePell, C, Kraft, W. Morris, I. Brov - nell, H. Swift, D. Miller. Third Row; K. Waymire, R, Bundy, J Bigelow, C. Swynenberg, R Miller, J, Looft, J. Thomas, D. Shalz, T, Dobbins, C. Wolfe, C. Oyler, G. Phillips, L, Pollock, W Peck. Fourth Row; O. Moneypenny, Manager; I. Principe, L. Anderson, E. Stump, P. Carichoff, G. Kilavos, L. Milby, D, Walsh, R. Johnson, M. Tilton, A. Peterson, P. Findling, L. Flee- nor, R. Silhavy, R. Schroeder; P. Miller, Coach. Bottorr Row M. Walsh, E. West, G. Sherman, R. Buls, R, Bond, J McDon- iel, C. Gast, H. Douglas, E. Schroeder, H. Tarnov , W. Flee- nor, R Beach, W, Robinson, D Brown, T, Book. t. : Fans Well Rewarded Football, the popular sport enjoyed by everyone, was well attended by the Valpo fans. Fan participation was well reward- ed for the Vikings made an admirable showing on the gridiron with six wins, two ties, and two loses. The team was so well supported that at several home games half of the on-lookers were forced to stand. SCHEDULE Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . Valpo . 18 6 6 15 12 12 19 9 Valpo 6 Crown Point . . . , Griffith Rensselaer 25 West LaFavette .25 Wirt Lowell 6 Plymouth 7 Merrillville 18 .Hobart Hammond Tech . 6 Row 1: Charles Lerabke, Edward Gannon, John Suhivan. Row 2: Gene Braun, Joseph Van Ness, Dan Walsh. Row 3: Frank Highly, Charles Stevens, Richard Harrison. Row 4: Leslie Milby, Jack Thomas, Kenneth Dobbins. JUNIOR VARSITY Row 1, top, left to right Eugene Stump, Charles Swynen- berg, James Brownell, William Morris, Charles Sanford, James McGarvey, Robert Bailey, Glen Ridgway, Lawrence Schroeder. Row 2; Ronald Bulls, Richard Beach, George Kilavos, Richard Schroeder, James Princioe, Philip Carichoff, Herman Tcrnow, Charles Gast, Jerry McDaniel. 7 % 3- «■ Ralph Bach John Webb James Hartmann Robert Bailey William Johnston Wilfred Webb John LePell George Kilavos Richard Bond James McGarvey Wilbur Fleenor Ernest Tauck Cheerleaders Sue Brov n, Bonnie Bucher, and Ruth Ehrisman, the varsity cheer- leaders, had a continual task this year. After leading rousing cheers during the football games, they led the yells for the varsity basketball team. These girls were elected by the student body in the spring of 1948. 60 BASKETBALL Although Valpo opened the sea- son with an easy win over Crown Point, a difficult schedule denied them further victories for many weeks. In the meantime, the Dille- men never lost faith in their coach and practiced even harder to gain a well-earned victory. The game with Emerson near the end of the season brought new hope to the team and fams of V. H. S. For in this game, Valpo showed it had the fortitude to forge ahead in the face of seemingly overwhelming odds. This victory gave Valpo its first conference win in over two years. K " J %TIPP E. Tvrmu f V: VAN MESS •; . I A. DOBBINS C.LSMBm ; k H 0. BOND. J ffARTMANI f.ffl HLY G. SftATTN Coach Coach Dille, former All Ameri- can from Valparaiso University, and Paul Miller, assistant coach, have worked long and patiently with the basketball boys to pro- duce a smooth, precise team. Coach Dille is v ell qualified to train the players in the art of bas- ketball, as is evident from his ex- cellent record at V. U. To bring the Vikings, who have been a weak team for the past few years up to par requires patience and a lot of hard work. The future looks much brighter for Valpo basket- ball with Coach Dille at the reins. 61 VARSITY SQUAD Row 1: J, Van Ness, F. Highly, K. Dobbins, Row 2 G- Braun, E. Tauck, D. Bond, J. Hart- man, F. Tuthill. Row 3: G. Stipp, C, Lembke, Coach Dille, H. Bartholomew, L. Pollock, Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo Valpo SCHEDULE 35 Crown Point ... .29 25 Portage 41 29 Michigan City . .43 27 E.C.Washington 46 25 Hammond Tech . 40 29 LaPorte 54 33 Rensselaer 37 25 Whiting 39 31 Froebel 51 39 Garfield 50 38 Hammond 60 33 Tolleston 38 32 Hammond Clark 53 40 Horace Mann ... 53 40 Hobart 47 34 Emerson 33 27 E. C. Roosevelt . .41 29 Lew Wallace ... 38 TOURNEYS .37 Chesterton 36 .21 Lowell 35 .58 Liberty 32 .50 Morgan 39 . 52 Chesterton 37 .34 Horace Mann . . .43 ValpD in Sectional Finals After a slow season, the Dille- men performed a startling come- back in the sectional tourna- ments. Valpo gained coordina- tion and played smoothly to fight its way into the sectional finals at Gary with Horace Mann. Throughout the final game, Valpo refused to accept defeat and fought stubbornly until the final whistle v as blown. 52 tl s SECOND TEAM Row 1: R. Bach, R. Dillingham, I. McGarvey. Row 2: W. Chumley, C. Brov n, T. Underi- ner, R. Bailey. Row 3: W. Fleenor, T. Dobbins, Ccach Mil- ler, R- Johnson, P. Findling. MANAGERS Very few people realize how much work is required of a man- ager. For instance, just what do you suppose would happen to all the laundry; where would the equipment be scattered; what would happen to the foot- balls, basketballs, suits, and shoes; who would keep the scorebooks? These boys de- serve much credit for jobs well done. From left to right they are: John Sullivan, Richard Bun - dy, George Kilavos, and Leslie Milby. SECOND TEAM The second team under the able direction of Coach Miller has shown great promise with a not too impressive record. Lacking height the team has re- lied on speed to pull them through. From this group, in part, will come next years var- sity squad. They have possi- bilities of developing into a well-roundod, hard-fighting ball club. Next year these boys should make a fine showing in school leadership and sports- manship. 63 1 X , Track and Golf This was the best cross coun- try season that Valpo has ever had. Valpo won 6 out of 9 regu- lar meets, placed third at the Hobart Invitational, fourth in the conference, third in the State Regional, and eleventh m the State Finals. The track team won 4 out of 8 regular meets and placed sev- enth at the Chicago University Indoor Meet. In the conference preliminary, Tom Morris placed first in 440 and D. Brown second in high jump. At the conference final, T. Morris placed 4th in 440, and D. Brown tied for third in high jump. At the sectional T. Morris placed first in 440, J. Clif- ford third with shot, and D. Brown tied for third m high jump. In the spring of ' 49 golf was recognized as a conference sport. The team played eight conference meets and attended the La Porte Invitational Meet. Top Pictures, left to right; Golf team, H. Snyder; H. Bartholomew, J. Van Ness; Coach, King Telle; B, Cain, C. Kraft, H. Douglas, G. Sherman. Cross Country Club at State Finals, top row: R iSteel, W. Able, H. Barkley, J. Bailey, W. St. Clair. Row 2: R. Dolson, R. Johnsen, G. Becker, R. Pollock; Sponsor, Kenneth Pifer. Golf team snap. Jack Bailey on the track. Pictures, Row 2 — Track team, Row 1, top: R. Eckert H. Barkley, W. Rice, C. Brown, G. Czmanske, R. Schau, W. Able, J. Bailey. Row 2: R. Barkley, C. Murvihill, R. Steel, R. Dolson. R. Pollock, W. St. Clair. Bottom Row; R. Johnsen, G. Becker, M. Pedavoli, I. Hurley, E. Young, D. Klemz, T, Dolson; Sponsor, Kenneth Pifer. Cross Country, Top Outside Row: D. Brown D. Harrison, D. Hermance, J. McGarvey, B Wareham, H. Tornow, L. Fleenor, D Bond, D Walsh, H, McCarron, E. Tauck, B. Bailey, J Webb, R, Dillingham. Inside Row; J. Thomas J. Clifford, W, Able, R, Steel, G, Kilovas; K Pifer, Coach; W, Fleenor, J. Bailey, T. Morris R. Bach, C, Lembke, F, Highly, Bottom Pictures: Marlene Dowd, Evelyn Braun, and Elsie Squire, the junior varsity cheerleaders who led yells for the reserve basketball team and who helped the varsity cheerleaders, Frank Highly over the Hurdles. Dan Walsh pole vaulting. 64 ir.:Ts«aiae3SEr58l lE : m » P " ____ 1 1 J i 1 1 — 1 — i Girls Athletic Assn. Like the pioneer women of 1849 who were strong and heal- thy, the girls of the Girls ' Ath- letic Association of Valparaiso High School in 1949 are devel- oping their bodies to also be- come strong, healthy, and co- operative members of their school and community in later life. The girls who participate in G.A.A. get all those advantages and many more. Along with all the exercises and team work in the games,, the girls also enjoy planning the annual spring bas- ketball banquet and " Sadie Hawkins " dance. The sports are divided into after-school and noonday ac- tivities. Speedball, the first ma- jor sport, was played outdoors under the direction of Jean Cris- man. Next came volleyball, guided by Mary Jontz. The girls were placed on six teams for the round robin tournament. In a close win over the seniors, the juniors emerged class cham- pions. Basketball started with the second semester, with Joyce Vietzke in charge. The eiaht teams were divided into " A " and " B " groups. As always, the class tournament was exciting. Baseball finished out the major sports for the year. The minor sports, which consisted of tumb- ling, track, and tennis, and the noonday league games, sup- plied the balance of the well- rounded girls ' sports program at V. H. S. Top Row: A volleyball game in progress . . . Darlene Frazier jumps the " horse " . . . Juanita Borg and Vernette Dolke are en- grossed in a game of shuffleboard. Second Row: A point is about to be scored in a fast moving speedball game . . . Third Row: Darlene F. turns a cartwheel . . . loyce Vietzke fries her skill on the rings . . . Darlene Frazier and Margaret Zimmerman re- trieve the arrows . . . Joyce, " skinning the cat " on the rings. JUNIOR AND SENIOR G. A. A. Top Row; M. Shmabarger, E. Dahl, P. Hepner, O. Bair, M. Weller, B, Claudon, J, Townsend, M Niequist, M. Brown. Second Row: D. Frazier, M. Jontz, B Benson, P. Blaney, S, Burns, R. Mcllvam, ]. Scribner, P. Lawler. Third Row: M, Griffm, R, Robbins, S. Nichols, E. West, D, Giltos, T. Pappas, J, Whitton, B. Balhnger. Fourth Row: J. Borg, B. Aigner, T. Siddall, M. Schroeder, J. Bauer, M. Gray, N. Reason, H. Miller. Fifth Row: A. Walsh, D. Upton, M. Eigelsbach, E. Miller, M. Zimmerman, J. Crisman, J. Thune, J. Meyer, L, Bond. Bottom Row: Miss Smiley, sponsor; C. Klein, S. Huelat, J. Vietzke, Mrs. Rogers, sponsor. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE G. A. A. Top Row: L. Ashbaugh, S. J, Brown, I. Fitzgerald, S. Allen, I. Maxwell, A. Phillips, E. Rutherford, V. Dalke, D. Ehihardt. Second Row. E. Kuhrts, B. Wilson, M. Gill, M. Brobeck, C. Orange, S. Flick, C. Doran, J. Trulock, B. Ellis. Third Row: B. Eigelsbach, P. Peters, D. Blackmon, H. Sheets, B. Blaney, R. Ehrisman, R. Mills, M. Uban. Fourth Row: S. Brownell, S. Brown, A. Court, B. Crum, M. Sullivan, J. Glaus, E. Braun, E. Squire. Fifth Row: B. Nuppnau, N. Kuehl, E Spratley, J. Dittmon, R. Horner, M. Gibbs, D. Grieger. Sixth Row: M. Landrey, J. Pappas, M. Swift, L. Benke, J. Parry, M. Seiple, J. Bartz. Seventh Row: M. Bartz, M. Wells, C Ingman, M. Hull. Eighth Row Miss Smiley, sponsor; E. Keyes, C. Meyer, M. Swenson, Mrs. Rogers, sponsor. The G. A. A. Basketball Banquet is held annually in the library of the high school. The main purpose of this banquet is to give awards which the girls have earned during the year. The points are earned for participation in all the sports along with being captain and winner of the round robin or class tournament. A numeral is awarded for 250 points; a monogram, for 600; and a sweater, for 1.500 points. For each additional 500 points a chevron is given. Top Left: Florence Dillingham and Mrs. Mary Jo Rogers at the annual spring banquet . . . Right: Music by eight G. A. A. girls at the banquet. Bottom Left: Archery skill demonstrated by Betty Aigner, Mary lontz, Susan Nichols, Darlene Frazier, and Margaret Zimmerman . . . Right: G.A.A. Board — Top Row, Jo Ann Townsend, Barbara Claudon, Melville V ' eller, Marilyn Niequist, Barbara Benson. Second Row: Ruth Mcllvain, Mary Jontz, Toni Pappas, Susan Nichols, Darlene Frazier. Third Row: Janet Scribner, Joan V hitton, Helen Miller, Margaret Eigelsbach. Fourth Row: Jean Crisman, Margaret Zimmerman. Front, Joyce Vietzke. STUDENT INDEX Able, Warren 14, 34, 47, 48, 64, 65 Aigner, Betty Mae 14, 36, 38, 68, 89 Allen, Shirley 26, 37, 38,, 43, 51, 68 Allison, lacquelyn 26, 37 Amsterdam, Eileen 28, 37 Anderson, Bstly 26, 37 Anderson, Lee Roy 28, 43, 51, 58 Armstrong, Margaret 26 Arndt, Dorothy 26 Ashbaugh, Laurel 28. 37, 44, 45, 50, 68 Ashbaugh, Roger 24 Athens, Shirley 28, 37 B Bach, Ralph 24, 47, 48, 58, 60, 63, 65 Badcmon, Jean 24, 36 Bailey, lack 12, 14, 34, 46, 47, 64, 65 Bailey, Robert 26, 46, 47, 58, 59, 60, 63, 65 Bair, Opal 24, 39, 40, 41, 68 Baker, leanette 26, 39 Baldwin, Connie 28, 37, 39 Ballinger, Betty 24, 36, 39, 48, 68 Barboul, Bettie 14, 42, 43 Barboul, Dorothy 24 Barboul, Lillian 24 Farkley, Harold 14, 64, 65 Barkley, Robert 26, 45, 64 Barnes, Bernard 14 Bartholomew, Harold 14, 34, 38, 44, 45, 47, 61, 62, 64, 65 Bartholomew, Paul 26, 34, 39, 40 Bartz, Jo Ann 28, 37, 68 Bartz, Maxine 28, 68 Bauer, Joanne 24, 36, 38, 68 Bauer, James 15 Beach, John 24, 34. 35, 42, 43 Beach, Richard 26, 34, 38, 58, 59 Beik, John 24 Becker, George 15, 34, 45. 64, 65 Benke, Lucille 26, 37, 38, 40, 41, 43, 68 Benson, Barbara 15, 36, 38, 43, 68, 69 Bieker, Jane 15 Bieker, Leldon Bigelow, Joseph 28, 51, 58 Birmingham, William 15, 43. 51 Black. Barbara 24. 43. 48 Black. Donald 28 Black, Susan 28, 37, 39 Blackman, Daralee 26, 37, 43, 68 Blackney, Earl 28 Blake, Eugene Blake, Jeanette 38 Blaney, Betty Ann 26, 37, 38, 43, 68 Blaney, Patricia 15, 36. 42, 43, 48, 68 Bloeman, Nancy Bond, Janet 24 Bond, Lois 15, 68 Bond, Richard 24, 34, 45, 47, 48, 56, 58, 60, 61, 62, 65 Book, Thomas 28, 43, 58 Book, Vernette 24, 42, 43, 51 Borg, Juanita 24, 36, 37, 38, 39, 48, 67, 68 Bornholt, Robert 24, 34, 48 Borth, Phyllis 26, 37 Bozarth, Joyce 15 Bozik, James 28 Braun, Evelyn 26, 64, 68 Braun, Gene 15, 34, 37, 47, 58, 59, 61, 62 Brejcha, Dorothy 24 Brennan, James 26 Briggs, Fred 24, 40, 41, 48 Brobeck, Mary 28, 37, 41, 68 Brobeck, Vergene 15 Brown, Charles 28, 63, 64 Brown, Donald 28, 46, 51, 58 Brown, Gene 28, 58 Brown, Marguerite 24, 36, 40 68 Brown, Sara Jane 26, 37. 38. 43 68 Brown. Susan 26, 37, 38, 60, 68 Brown, Virginia 15, 32, 36, 38, 48 Brownell, James 26, 34, 38, 51, 58, 59 Brownell, Susan 26, 37, 38, 68 Bryant, Russell 15, 34, 45, 48 Bucher, Bonnie 26, 37, 38, 60 Bucher, Rex 16, 34, 65 Buck, Bernie 24 Buls, Ronald 26, 34, 58, 59 Bundy, Richard 28, 58, 63 Bundy, Joan 16 Butcher, Laurellen 28, 42 Burke. Joseph 24, 48 Burns, Shirley 16, 36, 68, 69 BurruE, Idamae 24, 44 Buzalski, Doris 26 Buzalski, Maurice 28, 45 Cain, Robert 16, 64. 65 Carichoff, Phillip 26, 58, 59 Carlson, Roy 36, 45 Casey, Joan 28, 37, 39 Cass, Margaret 26 Cavanaugh, James 28 Chess, William 26 Chumley, William 26, 63 Clark, Dorothy 24, 45 Clark, Eugene 28 Clark, Jo Ann 24 Clark, Patricia 24 Claudon, Barbara 16, 32, 36, 38, 52, 68, 69 Clous, Jenny 28, 39, 68 Clifford, Helen 26, 37 Clifford, Ruth 16, 35 Clifton, David 26 Cochran, Joanne 16, 36, 38, 42, 43, 51 Comeford, John 16 Coulter, Kenneth 24 Court, Arliene 28, 68 Covert, Ellen 24, 36 Cristman, Jean 16, 36, 38, 44, 45, 67, 68, 69 Crowe, Marilyn 16, 36 Crum, Bonnie 28, 67, 68 Czamanski, Gerald 26, 64 Daehnke, Naomi 24 Dahl, Evelyn 24, 36, 38, 43, 68 Dalke, Betty 16 Dalke, Rita 28 Dalke, Vernette 26, 67, 68 Daniel, Betty 28 Daniels, William 26, 38 Davis, Norma 26, 45 Davis, Robert 26, 34, 45 Dawson, Joyce 26 Delcourt, William 24, 38, 45 Del Mastro, Richard 26 Demack, Joseph 16 Dick, Patricia 17, 36, 44 Dick, Ruth 17, 36, 42, 43 Dicksen, Buth 24. 36, 50 Dillingham, Beverly 26, 37, 40, 43 Dillingham, Robert 24, 58, 63, 65 Dittman, Joan 26, 68 Dobbins, Kenneth 12, 17, 34, 46, 47, 58, 59, 61, 62 Dobbins, Thomas 24, 34, 44, 58, 63 Dolson, Robert 17, 34, 64, 65 Dolson, Thomas 64 Donley, Sharon 24, 36, 40, 41 Doran, Cynthia 28, 37, 38, 68 Dorris, Alvin 6, 17, 43 Doud, Robert 28 Douglas, Herbert 28, 58, 64 Dowd, Charles 28 Dowd, David 28 Dowd, Lila 26 Dowd, Marlene 26, 64 Dowd, William 17. 38. 45 Dunn, Kenneth 26 Eckert, Ronald 28, 45, 64 Edwards, Christina 26, 42, 43 Ehrhardt, Dorothy 28, 68 Ehrhardt. Marian 17, 36, 44, 45. 51 Ehrisman, Ruth 26, 37, 38, 60, 68 Eichelberg, Richard 26, 45 Eigelsbach, Barbara 26, 37. 68 Eigelsbach, Margaret 24, 36, 38, 42, 43, 50, 68, 69 Eigelsbach, Robert 28 Ellis, Barbara 26, 37, 38, 43, 68 Ellis, Dale 28, 45 Ellis, Glen 17, 34, 38, 44, 45 Ellis, Joseph 17 Ernst, Opal 24 Fabing, Kathleen 28, 37, 39 Fehrman. Mary 24, 45 Findling, Philip 6, 24, 34, 46, 48, 58, 63 Fischer, Mary Lee 24, 36, 44, 45 Fitzgerald. Jean 26, 68 Fitzgerald. William 17. 34, 38, 48 Fleenor, Leslie 24, 34, 48, 58, 65 Fleenor, Wilbur 24, 34, 47, 58, 60, 63, 65 Flick, James 26, 38, 45 Flick, Jack 24, 36, 38. 45 Flick. Sharon 28, 42, 68 Flynn, Jacquelyn 17, 69 Foster, Shirley 24 Frank, Phyllis 26, 37, 38, 43 Frazier, Darlene 24, 36, 38, 66, 68, 69 Gannon, Edward 24, 34, 47, 58, 59 Gast, Charles 26, 58, 59 Gast, David 28, 39 Gast, Lyn 24 Gessler, Bettymae 17, 45 Gibbs, Mary Lou 28, 40, 68 Giftos, Dora 24, 36, 38, 50, 68 Gilbert, John 28 Gilbert, William 18 Gill, Marjorie 28, 37, 45, 68 Gingerich, Robert 28 Gorrell, Dale 26, 37 Gray, Mary 24, 68 Green, Wilma 28, 42 Greene, Ross 24, 43 Gregory, Gordon Grieger, Donna 26, 37, 38, 43, 46, 68 Griffin, Mary 12, 18, 36, 52, 68 Groezinger, Loretta 24 H Hall, Helen 26, 42 Hall, Richard 25, 43 Hansen, Edward 34, 48 Hardesty, Charlotte 18, 37 Harrison, Richard 18, 34, 47, 58, 59, 65 Hartmann, James 25, 34, 47, 56, 58, 60, 61, 62 Hartnup, Robert 25 Hawes, Allen 26 Hendricks, Edwin 25 Henneinke, Geraldine 26, 45 Henning, Harold 25 Hepner, Patricia 25, 36, 38, 68 Hermance, Dan 28 Hermance, Donald 25, 46, 65 Hermance, Lloyd 18 Hershman, Arthur 18, 32. 33. 34, 38, 44, 45, 48 Hershman, Clara 26, 37 Hibbets, Iris 28, 37 Hibbets, William 25, 34, 45, 48 Highly, Frank 18, 34, 43, 45, 46, 47, 58, 59, 61, 62, 65 Hobson, Van 27 Hodshire, John 25, 34, 40, 45, 48 Holmes, Robert 18, 32, 34, 38, 48 Homan, Dale 28 Horan, Genevieve 5, 18, 36, 45, 48 Horner, Ruth 28, 37, 68 Houghland, William 27 Houser, Robert 25, 36, 38, 45, 48 Howell, Genevieve 27 Hudgins, James 25, 34, 45 Huelat, Shirley 25, 36, 40, 68 Hull, Marilyn 28, 68 Hundt, Eugene Hurley, John 28, 64 Ingman, Carol 28, 40 Inman, Jeffry 28, 68 Irons, Martha 28, 39 I Janis, Rose Johnsen, Richard 18, 34, 41, 64, 65 Johnson, Frances 27 Johnson, Margaret 28, 45 Johnson, Marjorie 27 Johnson, Mary 28, 37, 42 Johnson, Patricia 27, 37, 40, 43 Johnson, Phillip 25, 46 Johnson, Raymond Johnson, Robert 28, 46, 58, 63 Johnston, William H. 27, 45 Johnston, William J. 24, 25, 34. 47. 48. 51, 60 Jontz, Mary Jane 18, 36, 38, 52, 68, 69 Julian Donna 25, 36 Kassanitz, John 28 Kauimann, Marilyn 18, 36, 40, 43, 51 Kaufmann, Violette 27, 37 Kazlauskl, Maryanne 28 Keehn, Mary Jean 28, 37, 39 Keene, Richard 28 Kelso, Carlo 28, 37, 51 Kerr, Robert 28 Ketchmark, Paul 19 Ketterman, Lee 27 Ketterman, Wayne 19 Kilavas, George 34, 47. 58,, 59, 60, 63, 65 Kilavas, John 25 Klahn, Caroline 27, 39 Kleehammer, Daniel 25, 34, 38, 48 Klein, Carrie Mae 25, 36, 38, 68 Klemz, David 28, 64 Klemz, Roger 27, 34 Klukas, Beverly 25, 36, 45 Knoblock, Joyce 25, 38 Knopp, Fritz 27 Kosier, Frank 27 Kotelka, Wallace 25 Kraft, Charles 28, 64 Kraft, Marian 19, 44, 45, 51, 58 Krueger, Gerald 25 Krueger, Joseph 28 Krysa, Loretta 27, 37 Krysa, Stella 27, 37, 43 Kuehl, Nanette 28, 37, 68 Kuhrls, Edith 27, 68 Kyes, Edna 27, 37, 68 Landrey. Marilyn 28, 39, 68 Landrey, Robert 28, 39 Lansdowne, William 19 Lansing, Ruth 28 Latek, Florian 28 Latek, Walter Lawler, Phyllis 25, 38, 43, 50, 68 Lembke, Charles 25, 34, 37, 45, 47, 58, 59, 61, 62, 65 LePell, John 25, 34, 47, 58, 60 Lindstrom, Betty 27, 40, 42, 43 Ling, Jeanine 27 Looft, James 29, 44, 45, 58 Louderback, Harold 27 Luckenbill, Betty 19, 33, 36, 39, 42, 43 Ludington, Wilma 29 M MacGillivray. Ethel 27. 37 Magnor. Clifford 29 Manage. James 19 Manoles. Gus 27 Marine. Richard 27 Marshall, Myron 27 Martens, Audrey 29 Martens, Merlyn 19 Martin, William 25 Mason, Marcella 27, 37, 43 Masters, Thomas 29 Masters, William 25 Mathias, Helen 29, 45 Maudlin, Donna 27 Maudlin, Evelyn 29, 37 Maxwell, Jane 27, 37, 38, 43, Mayer, Catherine 25 McClellan, William 19 70 STUDENT INDEX McDaniel. Jerry 27, 58, 59 McDaniels, Marvlene 25, 36 McDowell, Darrell 24 McFarland, Ruth 27, 37 McGarvey, James 27, 34, 47, 50, 58, 59, 60, 63, 65 McGill, Patricia 27, 37, 42, 43 Mcllvain, Ruth 19, 36, 38, 44, 45, 67, 68, 69 McHugh, Sharon 29, 37, 42 McMeans, Flora Melka, Patricia 19, 42, 43 Meyer, Charlotte 29, 68 Meyer, Joan 25, 45, 68 Meyer, Loretta 25 Michiaels, Earl 29 Milby, Leslie 19, 45, 47, 58 59 63 Miller, David 28, 29, 58 Miller, Eva Lou 25, 36, 38 46 68 Miller, Helen 19, 32, 36, 38 49 52, 68, 69 Miller, Marilyn 20 36 43 Miller, Robert A. 27 Miller, Robert R. 29, 58 Mills, Roberta 5, 27, 37, 38, 68 Mohler, Loraine 20 Moneypenny, Asaneth 29, 37 Moneypenny, Owen 20, 58 Monroe, James 29 Morris, William 27, 34 58 59 Mueller, John 29 Murphy, Terrence 27, 46 Murvihill, Charles 27 64 Muster, Jo Anne 29, 37 40 41 42 Muster, Josephine 29, 42 Myers, Robert 25, 44, 45 N Naillieux, Wanda 25 Nelson, Donald 27 Nichols, Susan 20, 33 36 38 68, 69 ■ . . Nicholson, Marguerite 25, 36, 42, Nielsen, Richard 20, 51 Niequist, Marilyn 25, 36, 38, 43, 51 , 68, 69 Nuppnau, Belle 27, 37, 38, 68 O ' Brien, Quentin 29 Ohliest, John 29, 45 Oliver, Janet 20, 32, 33 36 39 42, 43 Oliver, Thomas 25, 34, 48 Olsburg, Shirley 25, 42 Olson, Virginia 20 Orange, Charlotte 29 37 44 45, 68 Otto, Beverly 25 Owens, Geneva 20, 36, 42 43 48 Oyler, Charles 29, 58 Pap pas, Anionic 20, 36 38 44 68, 69 Pappas, Julia 29, 37, 68 Parks, John Parry, Janet 29, 37, 44, 45, 68 Parry, jeanine 27, 37 Pearcy, Gene 20, 40, 41, 48 Peck, Wayne 29, 58 Pedavoli, Joseph 20, 34 Pedavoli, Mario 29, 64 Peters, Patricia 37, 68 Peterson, Arthur 29, 58 Petralis, Pauline 29, 37, 42 Phillips, Anita 27, 37, 38, 68 Phillips, George 29, 58 Platts, David 29, 39 Polarek, Josephine 25, 42 Pollock, Lester 29, 58, 61, 62 Pollock, Ronald 20, 34, 64, 65 Polo, James 29 Pool, William 21, 34, 48 Popp, Anganetha 25, 36 Poweska, Dorothy 25 Prentiss, Betty 50 Pretntiss, Dorothy Prentiss, Patricia 27 Price, Justus 21 Price, Kenneth 27, 45 Principe, James 27, 58, 59 Pullins, Walter 29 Query, Cecil 25, 34, 40, 45 R Rader, James 27, 45 Ransom, Eugene 21 Reason, Nancy 21, 38, 48, 68 Reynolds, Betty 29, 42 Rice, Wayne 29, 64 Richardson, Janet Ridgway, Glen 27, 34, 58, 59 Rippe, Evelyn 29, 41 Robbins, Rickie 21, 36, 38, 68 Robinson, Wayne 29, 58 Ronco, Mary 29 Russi, Lee Roy 29. 58 Rutherford, Edith 27, 40, 68 Ryan, Cynthia 29, 37 Ryan, James 21 St. Clair, William 21, 34, 47 64 65 Sandberg, Winnie 39 Sanford, Charles 27, 58, 59 Schau, Charles 34 Schau, Richard 29, 64 Schoenbaum, Emily 25, 36 Scholl, Carolyn 29, 37 Scholl, Twila 27, 37, 43 Schroeder, Edward 29, 58 Schroeder, Lawrence 27, 58, 59 Schroeder, Lois 21, 36, 48 Schroeder, Martha 21, 33, 36, 46 48, 50, 58 Schroeder, Richard 27, 58, 59 Schultz, William 27 Schumacher, Belly 29, 39 Scott, Howard 21 Scott, Robert 29 Scribner, Janet 25, 36, 38, 68 69 Seipel, Mary Helen 29, 37, 39, 68 Sexton, Sharon 29, 42 Shannon, Patricia 29 Shalz, Dale 29, 43, 58 Sheets, Helen 29, 37, 68 Sherman, Gene 29, 50, 58, 64 Shinabarger, Marilee 25, 36, 38, 68 Shuiflebotham, Nancy 29, 37, 39 Shurr, Marilyn 29, 37, 51 Shutts, Bud 29 Siddall, Therese 21, 38, 68 Siemion, Edmund Sievers, Carole 25 Silhavy, Raymond 25, 58 Slagle, Raymond 29 Smith, Gene 29, 44, 45 Smith, Janet 27, 37 Smilh, Vernon 21, 34, 35, 48 Snyder, Harley 34, 40, 43, 64, 65 Soliday, Ernest 25, 45 Somner, Ruth 22 Spencer, Helen 27 Spratley, Elsie 27, 68 Spratley, Margaret 22, 36, 45 Squire, Elsie 27, 37, 38, 43, 64, 68 Standiiord, Donna 27 Steel, Raymond 22, 64, 65 Stevens, Charles 22, 34, 47, 48, 58, 59 Stewart, Ruthann 29 Stinson, Caroline 29, 37 Stipp, Eugene 29, 46, 58, 61, 62 Stoner, George 22, 34, 38, 48 Stoner, Marvin 25, 34, 38, 48 Stump, Eugene 27, 58, 59 Sullivan, John 25, 44, 45, 47, 58, 59, 63, 65 Sullivan, Marilyn 29, 37, 67, 68 Sundin, Carolyn 25, 36, 38 Swenson, Jean 22, 36 Swenson, Mary 29. 45. 68 Swift, Harlan 58 Swift, Marilyn 29, 39, 67, 68 Swynenberg, Charles 26, 27, 34 38, 58, 59 Tarnow, Anna 29, 39, 42 Tarnow, Herman 27. 58, 59, 65 Tarnow, Mary 25, 45 Tauck, Ernest 25, 43, 47, 56, 60, 61, 62, 65 Thomas, David 22, 34, 39, 44, 45 Thomas, Jack 5, 22, 34, 37, 42, 43, 47, 58, 59, 65 Thune, Jo Ann 25, 36, 38, 68 Tilton, Betty 22, 36 Tilton, Melvin 29, 58 Townsend, Jo Ann 22, 36, 38, 68, 69 Trenkle, Charles 29 Trulock, Anne 27, 37, 39 Trulock, Juanita 29, 37, 39, 68 Tucker, Harold 25 Turner, David 22, 34, 38, 48 Turner, Thomas 29 Tuthill, Fred 56, 61, 62 Tuthill, John u Uban, Margaret 29, 37, 68 Underiner, Thomas 25, 46, 63 Underwood, Ruth 22, 40 Upton, Donna 25, 68 Van Loon, Marjorie 29, 42 Van Ness, Joseph 23, 33, 34, 46, 47, 58,, 59, 61, 62, 64, 65 Vietzke, Joyce 12, 23, 32, 33, 36, 38, 45, 52, 66, 67, 68, 69 Visnow, Edward 29 Vitoux, Robert 29 Vogt, Patricia 27, 37, 43 W Wakeman, Belly 25, 36, 48 Walker, Cloyd 23, 45 Walsh, Arlene 23, 68 Walsh, Dan 23, 34, 35, 47, 58, 59, 65 Walsh, John 29 Walsh, Melvin 28, 29, 58 Wareham, James 27 Waymire, Harold 27, 40, 58 Webb, John 27, 34, 58, 60, 65 Webb, Willord 23, 58, 60 Weber, William 29, 40, 41, 43 Wehner, Joan 25, 40, 41 Weller, Melville 25, 36, 48 50 68, 69 Wells. Mary Lou 29. 39, 68 West. Elizabeth 25, 36, 38, 68 West, Eugene 29, 58 West, William 23, 34, 48 Wheeler, Richard 25 Whitlon. Joan 23, 36, 38, 44 68 69 Williams, Omnalee 25, 36 Williamson, Marylin Wilson, Barbara 29, 37, 42, 68 Wilson, Bettimae 29, 37 Wilson, Charles 23, 45 Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, Randall 25 Winchell, Martha 25 Wirth, Donald 29, 45 Wolfe, Charles 23, 58 Wolfe, Delores 23 Wolfe, Marlene 29, 42 Woodruff, Kenneth 27, 34, 38 46 47, 51 Wright, Jeanne 29, 37, 46 Wright, Warren 25 Yelton, Marlene 29, 42 Young, Edgar 29, 64 Zell, Joyce 25 Zell, Robert 29 Zimmerman, Alan 29, 51 Zimmerman, Margaret 23, 36, 38 46, 47, 52, 67, 68, 69 Zimmerman, Reginald 27 71 The Fort Wayne Engraving Company FORT WAYNE, INDIANA The Defiance Printing and Engraving Company DEFIANCE, OHIO ■ Dave Chaney of Fotog ' s, Photographer VALPARAISO, INDIANA 72
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