Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)

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If Dff' 1 . f fi! I ' r . X21 ZHX647 lf! !.,,1 MWA . ff, if H ifflffiiiy i 'Ta U' 775 gjol Mwwm Q ,adioo-9 ,I G 2, ff W, This is the story of Valparaiso High School . . . in the year l952 . . . its 'growth and development . . . its enthusiasm . . . its joys and pleasures . . . its mem- ories . . . its regrets and disappointments . . . its con- tributions and achievements . . . its school spirit . . . and its individuality . . . all of which will some day be missed so much. First is the framework of the story, our teachers. They are the basis from which we learn and build our lives year by year. Ready to help us whenever we need them, they are behind us in all that we do. Second, are the elements of the story . . . our happy times, memories, activities of the year, clubs, and sports. The crispy fall evening of Homecoming, the snow- flakes and mistletoe of the Christmas formal, Marrin' Sam at "Sadie Hawkins," the -girls' invitations to the "Turn-About-Trot" and "Gold Diggers' Dance," and the swishy formals with summer moonlight at the prom, will be remembered by all. The action of our story is the activities . . . clubs, plays, concerts, and parties. The conflict of the story presents our sports . . . football . . . basketball . . . track . . . G.A.A. . . ., all of which were not only backed by our over-whe1m- ing school spirit, but played with real teamwork in which each man put forth his very best in each sport. Last is the development of the story. We see the classes in action. The students grow year by year from the beginning as bewildered freshmen until they reach the end of their journey as . . . seniors! This, however, is not the end of our story. It is only the beginning, as the seniors step out into the wait- ing world which holds in store for them, college, jobs, and marriage. Editor. 4 J,W fx LQUCQULQ K 7 QL N I QX43Jjbyf Jfzanmwmlf, 0lfhf-5f0'U1- X.-ul. eff - QI N.. N291 Twig Q3 ' I QQ, 2225 M X , WW A 4 1 I 7' 2 f' , VA'. 'P -KII f f 2 W5 ' -r ' " N e,,5?:gf-- . , '15, 3.1 " . v N 46 1.,,Qzi571.:i- " " i5'.'g ., 'X f' ! v , - f.-,. -.Q-f '. -ix E1:5f"NQ7'W'fi. 1 7'f,'F"'?' A gs N . ,7:.1:1--.- H 1 V. 5'1" . Hi f 1 P' 'P 9' fzif ' Qzxffffjc.. 5 G. Warren Phillips King Telle Superintendent A great deal of recognition is due Mr. G. Warren Phillips for the smooth running school system of Valparaiso, For the past eight years, Mr. Phillips has done an exceptionally line job in attending to the numerous responsibilities of his high position. In addition to his regular duties, Mr. Phillips is now faced with the problems of the ever ex- panding school population of Valparaiso, We are confident that Mr, Phillips will carry out this big responsibility with the same foresight and superior ability that he has exercised in the past. Mr. Phillips received his AB. from DePauw University and his MS. from Indiana University. Principal No school could be more fortunate than in Valparaiso High School when it comes to prin- cipals. Beloved and respected by all, Mr. Telle has displayed a rare combination of humor and discipline in his associations with the student body. ln spite of the big load that rests on his shoulders, he has a warm and friendly smile for everyone. In the six years that Mr. Telle has been at this school, he has had a keen interest in school activities, both scholastic and social. He has been accepted by the students as a true friend, always ready to help and coeoperate When- ever he is needed, which is quite often. Mr. Telle received his AB. from Hanover College and his MS. from Indiana University. ll Grace Rickard Marlene Wolfe Secretaries Recently in Mr. Telle's office many students were surprised to find their classmate, Marlene Wolfe, behind the desk formerly occupied by Marilyn Lembke. The student body is justly proud of the efficient and polite manner in which Marlene has so ably adjusted herself to this important position. Grace Rickard, a pleasant and familiar face in Valparaiso High School, has filled her posi- tion as secretary to Mr, Phillips for many years, always cheerful and courteous as she goes about her many duties. Board of Education Behind the scenes in this city's fine school system, three prominent Valparaiso businesse men are working diligently to assure the best educational opportunities to all students, both at the present time and in the future, These men, Orval R. Burns, president, Lynnet M, Cas- bon, secretary, and Walter H. Hathaway, treas- urerg have served on the Board of Education for several years, The job of these men carries a great deal of responsibility and requires them to make im- portant decisions. Their efficient handling of the many problems facing an ever, growing school city, proves that this job has been placed on very capable shoulders. -If "'.i-7 Orval R. Burns Lynne! M. Casbon Ruth Bicknell Cecil L. Bigelow Fred Brock Mary Lee Cavan Conkling, Burton: English, Public Speaking, Dramatic Art - State University of Iowa, A. B., M. A. Dille, Robert: Physical Education - Valparaiso University, B, S., Graduate work, Indiana University, Doeden, Gerald E.: Central Normal College, B. S., Indiana University, M. A. Dykhuizen, Dorothy M.: Monmouth College, A. B.g University of Iowa, M. A. Field. Suzanne: Purdue University, B. S. Henkel, Alfred L.: History, Sociology - Val- paraiso University, A. B., Graduate work, Valparaiso University, Purdue University. Northwestern University, Indiana Univer- sity. FACULTY Bicknell, Ruth: Art - Western Michigan Col- lege oi Education, A. B. Bigelow, Cecil: Vocational Director, Industrial Coordinator - Ball State Teachers' Col- lege, B. S., University of Chicago, M. A. Brock, Fred: Biology - Purdue University, B. P. E., M. P. E. Cavan, Mary Lee: Librarian - Hanover Col- lege, A. B., Indiana University, M. S. Burton Conkling Robert Dille Gerald E. Doeden Dorothy M. Dykhuizen Suzanne Field Allred L. Henkel S2 W, , 77,.,., . FACULTY Hudson. Dessa M.: Commerce - Valparaiso University, B. C. S., University of Chicago, Ph. B., University of Illinois, Gregg, Col- lege. Laiuze. Marian: Purdue University, B. S., Uni- versity of Iowa, M. A. May, Francis: English, Iournalism - Ball State Teachers' College, A. B., University ol Michigan, M. A. McGillicuddy, Clare: Mathematics - Valpar- aiso University, A. B., Graduate work, Uni- versity oi Chicago, Columbia University, Purdue University. M. S. Mary S. Myers Kenneth Pifer Thomas H. Roberts Harold Rogers Ralph E. Schenck Frieda Schiek 24'-2 ., Dessa M. Hudson Marian Lafuze Francis E. May Clare McGillicuddy Myers. Mary: Music - Indiana State Teach- ers' College, B. S., Metropolitan Conserva- tory of Music, Indianapolis Conservatory, Columbia University, Chicago Conserva- tory. Piier. Kenneth: Vocational Arts - Manchester College, B. S., Graduate work, Ball State Teachers' College, Ohio State University, Indiana University. Roberts. Thomas H.: Industrial Education - Ball State Teachers' College, B. S., Iowa State College, M. S.' , Rogers, Harold: Music - Illinois Wesleyan, B. M. E., Graduate work, Syracuse Univer- sity, University of Michigan, Indiana State Teachers' College, M. S. Schenck. Ralph: Commerce, History - Valpar- aiso University, B. Acc't., Indiana State Teachers' College, A. B.g 'University of Chicago, M. A., Graduate work, Indiana University. Schiek, Frieda: English, Spanish - Indiana University, A. B. Audrey Shauer Dorothy Smith Roger Stewart Edith Weems White. Stanley: Mathematics - DePauw Uni- versity, A. B. Wiggins, Iohn: Physical Education, Commerce - Ball State Teachers' College, B. S., In- diana University, M S. Willman, Clyd A.: Social Studies - Valpar- aiso University, A. B., Indiana University, M. S. The Faculty More than a chapter in our "Story," more fittingly the co-authors who have made this story so successful are the faculty members of our school. With seemingly endless patience and always a helping hand, they have shown many a misguided student a new turn on the road to maturity, not becoming discouraged when their task seemed futile. It is they who can proudly take the credit they have earned when, each year, another senior class gradu- ates, having gained knowledge and confidence to take places in the adult world. Shauer, Audrey: English, History - Valpar- aiso University, A. B., University of Colo- rado, M. A. Smith, Dorothy: Public Health - University of Michigan, Indiana University, University of Iowa, Indiana State Teachers' College, George Peabody College, B. S., Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Indianapolis. R. N. Stewart. Roger: Mathematics, Latin - DePauw University, A. B., Indiana University, M. S. Weems. Edith: Home Economics - Valparaiso, B. S., Graduate work, University of Chica- go, Ball State Teachers' College, Purdue University, Indiana University. nf Stanley White Iohn E. Wiggins Clyde A. Willman 6 vIiffw5fv'U+ YN Q A ..... HA,ilLa,of2avm, Mr,TeHe .6 ,X P it -'wx . t-when 2,43 M. V I Q. I ,cr v . - Q 2. n, "fn , Il J The bsjllflfi? reared Gt HUIIICECOIHIIIQ "The Stqf Spqmgled ijqrinsgr ' The Marching Band X . ,A W M :kia .exif . .. ., , xi Q -ff -ew' 'HN- , V Q, ' x L. -' - tx "' ' ' 'w i' "'. L . 1 ' ' - ' ft 5 Ns , ,"'fx"' , - FM: gf -1. f - - -- . .t,.....,,. , P 27 Q fu.. '.. .ah . A' -f' Q ,, . ,W-1 ,U - r 2 Q ff e Mr Brock 'A' - ' l ' ' ' . 9 4' Q. H Rm? ' - 'f' .1 . ,9 K ,P , . 1' I V ' M , , Tom ML'I7OI1d1d A W I ' A f f ,J ,rf- Q! x MX , " -4 Mr Wtthudn - Z5 -1. its-4" Student Courtcrt wen: inssfdlted MFTOFSIIYI entered 'I x K ,. .xldfh ,kL-Q lim Richards school The freshmen found their lockers The operdtiort wds::ucce1:::ful,but . . . r M30 ye-w JN J K. 5 XOOOHQ Homo, Q0 NWS xci N I N ,4 Q? Ian Kncxrr ax N fb, 'W y., N. M Q: 5 15, Konuhq. Dorothy Ehrhcxrcit 35- -of Mary Iohnsson 13 me If T fyn MQUGHU fha 5110073 ' Winter if "The Kncive of Hearts" Daisy Mae and Li'1 Abner GTI Time Out For Lunch Why? 1 I . fx., is i ,ehe .3 K e S' 1 ' X J X y . '-. 1 I Yea Tearnl J' lefi to Right --- Dave lohnston, Mary lohnson, Sheila Maslers, Carla Kelso, Marge Dalke, lanet l-lildrelh, Don- na Doran, and Roger l-lolfertlm 1' All! The Popcorn Man lron 'em Out S-m-O70-t-lm u K X f 14" Valpo 57, Portage 46 Candy or Ice Cream? ,kfgfsf ' -F" z,nu,.f ., n """'+-. 'F' ' wk..-1'3?Za.. , A 1"' 4 V '53 5-ff --f'ma'Sf"Jf'-sgsggwf. Q.. 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Q -fv- ACTION OF THE STORY "To be of help and service at all times" is the slogan of th'e Y-Teen Organization at Valpo. The girls participating in the activi- ties of the club have proved to be ot service both around the school and in public life. Some of these services include such activi- ties as helping pass out the food and doing the dishes at noon tor the hot lunch pro- gram, sending a basket of food to a needy family at Thanksgiving or Christmas, and selling T B seals for two weeks each Decem- ber. Y-TEENS Top Row: S. Black, M. Iohnson, R. Wilson, S. Rob- erts, S. Sievers, L. Miller, D, Slocum. 7th Row: M Keehn, P. Schau, C. Orange, S. Athens, A. Sztankay, I. Kobjak, D. Ehrhardt, A. Maxwell. Sth Row: N. Nelj son, I. Gray, P. Helmick, I. Kacher, R. Lansing, R Sabo, M. Bamesberger, M. Yeltoqn, L. Roher. Sth Row: S, Flick, R. Horner, N. Shulflebotham, N. Kuehl, M. Murphy, M. Uban, M. Endsley, I. Brown, I, Parry, D. Doran. 4th Row: I. Phillips, N. Affeld, M. Henrichs, A. The whole program is not made up of services however. At each meeting, which is held on the second and fourth Monday ot each month at three o'clock, some form of entertainment is usually provided. This en- tertainment consists of such things of inter- est as a home decorator or a florist showing how to make corsages. The activity that is enjoyed most by the members is the custom ot going to a church service as a group. This gives the girls a chance to witness the religions of new churches as well as appear in a group. Iuniors and Seniors Tarnow, N. Pearson, M. Gill, R. Stewart, S. Ander- son. 3rd Row: I. LePell, S. Bauer, G. Stewart, I. Bartz, M, Shurr, D. Bednar, F. Mcliellips, M, Bartz, R. Dalke, M. Irons. Znd Row: Miss Dykhuizen, sponsor, S. Van Asdall, C. Ryan, I. Wright, C. Kelso, C. Ing- man, I. Mann, I, Longshore, I. Prentiss, Miss Shauer, sponsor. First Row: I. Casey, I. Muster, C. Scholl, I. Knarr, E. Maudlin, M. Dalke, L. Bademan, M. Wells, I. Gray, 20 Y-TEENS Freshmen and Sophomores Top Row: L. Fitzgerald, P. Hildreth, I. Hildreth, B. Endsley, M. Iustice, I. Phillips, P. Hildreth, K. Swyn- enberg, P. Lambert. Sth Row: N. Brownell, L. Deck, I. Hildreth, M. Steele, B. Tudor, P. Pearson, l. Ander- son, K. Swynenberg, N. Stoler. 5th Row: A. Urschel I. Brown, S. Vermillion, K. LePell, S. Porter, M. Tack- ett, H. McKinney, M. Kreider, S. Inman. 4th Row: S White, K. Hildreth, K. Lambert, M. Bauer, P. Nicholas M. Scarbrough, D. McKinney, M. Chester, I. Schenk Lower Left: Y-Teen Board - Nancy Pearson, treas- urer, Diane Slocum, secretary, Lois Miller, vice-pres- 3rd Row: F. O'Barr, C. Black, C. Ohllest, I. Kaclicr, M. Brehrner, M. Miller, D. Ienson B. Wienckon, ll Coulter, F. Carter. 2nd Row: A Doelling, I Black, N. Bartz, D. Britton, M Casbon, B McGill, A Doin- rner, I. Schroeder, M. Bademan, l lronzz First Row: I, Case, S. Masters, M. Barkley, S Lloyd, M Gurnz, B. Duncan, B. Kozlenko, S. Bledsoe, D Lamb, N. Swenson. ident, Shirley Sievers, president, Dorothy lihrliardt, Ann Maxwell. Lower Right: Y-Teen induction. Top Row: R Peterson, D. Burrus, D. Brown, I. Bigelow, I. Polo, R. Kuhrts, T. Winebrenn-er, D. Sey- kowski Second Row: R. Borth, G. Phillips, R, Roy, W. Hiller, A. Iox, G. Grieger, K. Downing First How: STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the representative group ot the student body. At the beginning ot each year, a representative or representa- tives, as is the case in the senior homeroom, are elected. These representatives, along with the presidents of the junior and senior classes and the student council president, Officers: Robert Roy, vice-president, George Phil- lips, president, Ioseph Bigelow, treasurer, Lois Miller, secretary. Mr. Willman, sponsor, I. Case, I. Bartz, M. Shurr, L Miller, K. Swynenberg, R. Wilson, M. Kreider, Mrs Schiek, sponsor. meet every Friday night alter school to dis- cuss the problems and ideas presented to them by the students. This group maintains a very important position in the affairs of the school, and each member, who serves during the year as .long as his grades are high enough, feels it an honor to be a representative of the Student Council. Retiring president turns over the gavel to George Phillips Top Row: Iules Dorris, Gerald Gott, Gene West, George Phillips, Robert Miller, Ioseph Bigelow, Dale Shatz, David Miller. Third Row: Mr, Schenck, spon- sor, Richard Bundy, Ronald Eckert, Robert Kerr, Thimas Turner, Thomas Morris, Robert Roy, Wal- lace Weller, Ronald Lines, Roger Hofferth. Second HI - Y The l-li-Y is a boy's organization which Row: Richard Borth, Iohn Taylor, Richard Reed, Don- ald Brown, Robert Eigelsbach, Robert Wright, lack Ohlfest, David Platts, Charles Trenkle. First Row: Charles Keating, Melvin Tilton, Melvin Walsh, Ken- neth Downing, Herbert Douglas, Marvin Roberts, Robert Bickel, Donald Wichman, Ronald Zimmerman. can be compared to the Y-Teens for girls. It is a Christian organization with a devo- tional part in every meeting and the custom of having a minister for a guest speaker once a semester. This club meets regularly once a month, but it also has special called meetings. A boy who wishes to become a member of the I-li-Y so expresses his desireg and when he has taken the Hi-Y pledge, he becomes a member officially. The officers for the com- ing year are always elected at the end of the preceding year. The club for the most part is very active. These activities include the formal installa- tion of officers and induction of new mem- bers, a father and son banquet, the sponsor- ing of a dance which was called the "Stag Drag" this year, attending a church as a group, and having a swimming party. Dur- ing the summer, the club also sends two of its members to the national conference in Cleveland. Officers: Robert Roy, treasurer, loseph Bigelow, David Miller, president, David Platts, Donald Brown, vice-presidentg Dale Shatz, secretary. rf W- me V -, - ' ,. f 'ff ' -1 K F B ' 4 if " A - yi' T xq' 1 '7v" .-,. . ' ' i f I ' I'-if , 1 i T f cb UICIUQ Gnd e T1 hc , duors plfm S US Droble 6 1773. GTC Top Row: D. Grunou, D. Miller. Seventh Row: A Moxwell, D Slocum. Sixth Row: D Brown, M. Bomes burger, R. Roy. Filth Row: D. Plcrtts, N. Shulflebothom M. Ubon. Fourth Row: Mr. Moy, sponsor, S. Lloyd I. Parry. Third Row: R. Shufflebothom, D. Horan, M Murphy. Second Row: C. Simpson, I. Trulock, M Kreidcr. First Row: G, Engle, I. Muster, M. McCollum ln order that some girls may further their Top Row: M. Bundy, P. Schau, R. Wilson, M Domke, I. Schumacher. 3rd Row: A. Magnor, P. I-lil' dreth, K. Swynenbergf I. l-lildreth, L. Fitzgerald, R Endsley, M, Iohnson, R. Sprouse. 2nd How: Mrs Field, sponsor, P. Lambert, W. Green, P. Meyer, M Maxwell, Fi. Lansing, R Stewart, M Wolfe, I Dun- can. First Row: I. Casey, R Pedavoli, D Iensen, C Meyer, I, l-lildreth, L. Deck, N Brownell, R Meadows, B. Kozlenko, B Selman FUTURE HOME-MAKERS OF AMERICA knowledge and interest in home economics, the Future l-lomemakers of America Club was formed three years ago. This year the club is going stronger than ever. The F. H. A. is a national organization, and this year our club sent delegates to the convention at Buck Creek, Indiana. As a re- sult, Marilyn Bundy returned with the honor of having been elected district treasurer. During the year, the club has met every other Wednesday after school in the small room off the foods laboratory. This room is really the office of Mrs. Fields, the new Home EC teacher and sponsor of this organization. This year the club has participated in such activities as having two dinners, spon- soring a semi-formal dance which was called the "Gold Diggers' Ball", preparing a box to send to Korea, and holding a Mothers Day Tea. Standing: Ioyce Duncan, Alycc Magnor, secretary Mrs. Field, sponsor, Marlene Wolfe, :song leader Ruth Lansing, vice-president Kneeling: Beverly Sel mang Huthann Stewart, treasurer, Ioan Casey, presi dent, Ruby Meadows. 5-.fs SCIENCE CLUB Top Bow: D. Miller, B. Boy, E. West, T. Morris, C. Oyler, F Latelc. How 4: G. Clark, D. Burrus, D. Wick- man, I. Bozik, I. Taylor. Row 3: D. Wirth, H. Cham- bers, D Shatz, D Brown, I. Bigelow, R. Bundy, R. Reed. Row 2: D, Swarner, B. Cantway, I. Murvihill, OFFICERS Standing: Ioan Bartz, sargeant-at-arms, Mr. Doed- en, sponsor, Marilyn Shurr, secretary. Kneeling: Dav id Miller, vice-president, Robert McCarran, presi dent. 'Bk Q- N... B. Borth, H. Douglas, I. Looft, R. Zimmerman, R McCarron. I. Richards. Row 1: I, Bartz, M. Shurr C. Kelso, I. Brown, S. Athens,,,N. Nelson, I. Prentiss C. lngrnan, M. Swift, A. Tarnow. Any students taking chemistry or physics who have an added interest in the subjects may become members of the Science Club. The club is-headed this year by a new science instructor, Mr. Doe-den. The purpose of this organization is to further the knowledge of these students as far as science is concerned, 'Many of the new scientific inventions, theories, and de- vices are discussed at the meetings by vari- ous professors from the Valparaiso University or the Valparaiso Technical Institute. Field trips are also taken to such establishments as the Indiana Steel Company and the Mil- ler Laboratory. The biggest field trip of all is a day spent at the Museum of Science and lndustry on the Monday of our spring vaca- tion following Easter. This has proved to be an interesting as 'well as an educational organization. Top How: Vaughn Binzer, Albert Steele, Wallace Weller, Thomas Winebrenner, Gene Grieger. Sec- ond Row: Walter Little, Patricia Hildreth, Barbara 'Wilson, Fern Porch, Robert Brown, William Grittin. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club, which has been or- First Row: Carol Simpson, Sheila Masters, Mariorie Shook, lanet Lindsey, Marie Harrington, Sherry Vermillion, Margaret Chester, Mary McCallum. OFFICERS Standing: Barbara Wilson, Mrs, Schiek, sponsor, Mary McCallum. Kneeling: William Grittin. ganized to add extra interest to the course, meets once every week during the class period, This club is tor the advanced stu- dents in Spanish. ln order that the students may become more acquainted with our South American neighbors and their habits and customs, re- ports on the various Ways of lite of these people are given along with reports on the interesting history which is connected with them. As a project, the club made lantern slides to illustrate a story which the members had written in Spanish. Then, at their annual dance, the "Carnival", this story was read and the slides were shown as an added tea- ture. This proved to make the dance a big success. I . ibm, Tow Row: M. Harrington, Mr. Conkling, sponsor, E. Clifford, D. Platts, M. Gibbs, C. Trenkle, I. Black D. Ronco, M. Brobeck. First Row: M. Magnuson, I. Oldham, D. Dufallo, L. Beck, M. Wells, P. Doolittle I. Wieland, M, Cook. 1 DRAMATICS CLUB Along with taking care of their regular studies in high school, some students have a desire to enter into dramatics. This desire can be satisfied by joining the Dramatics Club. The activities of this club include learning about the theater and make-up, as well as presenting plays to the student body. Each member is given a role in one or more plays, and after it has been learned and rehearsed enough, which includes rehearsals in the evening and in the morning before school, the play is put on before the student body. These plays give the members of the club the experience of speaking and performing be- fore a group as well as that of learning the tricks of the theater. Marie Harrington, librariang David Platts, vice- president, Mr. Conkling, sponsor, Edward Clifford presidentg Marvalene Cook, secretary. Lett: The royal cooks explain. On award day these members received rewards, Right: The King of Hearts called for the tarts. 28 GYMNASTICS CLUB Top Row: I Black, I. Reibly, V. Paxton, D. Hama- cher, R. Brown, E. Clifford. 2nd Row: C. Corneil, G Klein, D. Green, G. Fox, R. Girard, R. Dillingham L. Holterth, R Hotferth, W. Hendricks. First Row: C. Stinchtield, D, Iohnston, M. Pedavoli, R. Borth, W. Benninghotf, A. Hill, F. Kitchen, M. Roberts, I. Doel ling, R. Boyce. OFFICERS Arthur Hill, vice-presidentg Frank Kitchen, treas- urer: Richard Borth, secretaryg Wayne Benninghoff, president. OFFICE GIRLS Standing: Itianita Trulock, Anna Tarnow, Sharon Allis' ' Dalke, Mary Ann Henrichs. Kneeling: Lois Miller, Ian Knarr. -1 ,x xy 1 9 f .23 - ll lf :lf su J' I I V-CLUB Top Row: Mr, Dille, sponsor. K. Downing, W. But- der, C. Dowd, W. Rice, B. Lines, M. Cavanaugh, L terfield, I. Brown, R Tauck, G. Stipp, C. Kraft, M. Pollock, E. West, Mr. Brock, sponsor. First Row: M Shinabarger, 3rd Row: R. Khurts, B. Wiseman, I. Tilton, G. Golt, D. Klemz, I. Loolt, H. Douglas, B Bigelow, B. Bundy, C. Gyler, D. Brown, B. Miller, G. McCarron, R.. Eigelsbach, E, Hamann, Mr. Piler Phillips, M. Walsh. 2nd Row: R, Iohnson, E. Scliroe- sponsor. PROIECTION CLUB Kneeling: R. St. Clair, B. Zell, W. Weidernan, C. D. Green, B, Roy, I. Bonco, Grunau, R. Cantway. Phillis, H. Hesh, K, Berrier, D. Black, M. Pedavoli. 3 ' ' m'l'.E' was .sq f6N,"QF4' 'fel' fr 'X Nwgwriii I- ., f - sf ,ng 335, if f"fsau:Q"!a STUDENT SECRETARIES Standing: Iosephine Muster, Ianet Ellis, Helen Mathias, Laurel Ashbaugh, Martha Irons, Marjorie Gill. 2nd Row: Mary Lou Gibbs, Miss Hudsdn, spon- sor, lack Ohlfest, Audrey Martens, Betty Reynolds. First Row: Sharon Sexton, Marlene Wolfe, Bettimae Wilson, Rita Dalke, Patricia Shannon, Maxine Bartz, Dorothy Ehrhardt. STUDENT LIBRARIANS Shirley Peace, Miss Cavan, librarian. Marie Har- rington, Marie Scarborough, Sharon Dalke, Emil Beeg, loan Schenk, William Dick. l 31 QQ' QQ., 0 6 . K 0900 5 6 X300 Q00 BAND Top Row: H. Chambers, M, McColley, G. Smith R, Eckert, P. Coote, R. Armen, D. Seykowski, R Flude. 4th Row: I. Parry, N. Small, W. Wilson, W Weller, D. Wirth, D1 Ellis, D. Brown, L. Ashbaugh 3rd Row: I. Murvihill, D. Hammacher, A. Mauser, R Kerr, R. Bickel, W, Sherrick, R. Brown. 2nd Row: M Swenson, G. Engel, M. Gill, M. Shook, C, Paul R, Dowd, S. Mdntoney, M. Wilson. First Row: C. Mc- Dowell, S. Vermillion, R, Kaufman, I. Ohlfest, I. ln- man, E. Blackney, M. Uban, M. Murphy. 4 xg- Xoxx Q06 We X0 sip? Drum Muior Maurice Buzalski KX 330609 9 5 6, vlqgx C. wo -fkf Top Row: M. Crumpacker, A. Magnor, M. Domke I. Schumacher, B. Endsley, L. Miller, S. Sievers, I Doelling, M. Wareham. 7th Row: M. Keehn, N. Wal- lace, M. Iohnson, H. Wilson, D. Grunau, G. Brown L. Anderson, M. Crowe, S. Schoenbohrn, M. Endsley. Sth Row: P. Crurnpacker, M. Wiencken, C. Ohlfest D. Britton, G. West, I. Looft, S. White, S. Inman, S. Edwcrrds.5th Row: A. Miller, P. Hildreth, P. Hildreth C. Brown, Fl. Cantway, T. Turner, T. McDonald, M Wolfe, Accompanist, S. Foley, S. Schultz. 4th Row E. McColley, M. Brobeck, A. McFarland, I. Zuher A. Iox, E. Clifford, T. Frank, B. Wilson, R. Sabo, M. Bamesberger, I. Prentiss. 3rd Row: R. Prentiss, I. Skinner, M. Iohnson, I. Highland, G. Bozarth, R McCarron, A. Wilson, C. Scholl, F. Mcliellips, W. Green, L. Beck. 2nd Row: A. Urschel, D. Gaines, I Casey, I. Longshore, I. Muster, D. Smith, D. Daniels C. lngrnan, S. Flick, B. Book, C. Meyer. First Rowi D. Dufallo, M. Magnuson, I. Oldham, S. Dalke, D. Lamb, R. Copas, P. Nuppnau, N. Swenson, M. Wells, M. Cleveland, D. Schneegas, OFFICERS Standing: Marcia Barnesberger, Barbara Wilson, Ioanne Muster, secretary, Sharon Flick, treasurer. Kneeling: Robert McCarron, Edward Clifford, vice- president, Lee Boy Anderson, president. Middle Right: "The Carolersu Lower Right: "The Harmonettes Q'--uf 35 - is 5 2 ' g - ' y: X 5 12 . 'C'- V. Sufi james Brown Lester Pollock Robert lohnson Robert Miller SCHEDULE VALPO l4 - Crown Point ...... ...... VALPO 24 - Griffith ............. VALPO 20 - Rensselaer .... VALPO U - Hobart ..,.,,. VALPO O - LaPorte .,.,. VALPO 16 - Lowell ..,....... VALPO 21 - Plymouth ...... VALPO 32 - Merrillville ..... VALPO 7 - Michigan City FOOTBALL VIKING GRIDDERS WIN 5 - LOSE 4 Head coach Fred Brock, direct from the Purdue University backfield, turned in a splendid coaching assignment by bringing the small, but game, Vikings through a winning season. Coach Brock took over Coach Paul Miller's duties after he was recalled to military service at the end of the 1950 season. The Vikings again ran their plays from varia- tions ot the T-formation. The l95l gridders were small in comparison to other ,Green-and-White teams, but experience, speed, and determination to Win made up for what was lacking in size. Ioseph Bigelow Edward Schroeder Gerald Gott George Phillips Herbert Douglas Melvin Tilton Marvin Shinabarger Charles Oyler is 3f,5iefe5EeRo it ! xl gt " 2 ...Q N - .- -Jfz wiv Q- -ft it l 'i if Q' . is . N Ni 'lsr , 5 r E g ,Z-5. it i .1 Eugene West Donald Brown Charles Kraft Kenneth Downing The gridders opened the season in fine fashion. They spotted the Bulldogs of Crown Point two touch- downs and an extra point before coming to life in the second half with fourteen points to win the game. In the second encounter, Valpo gave the Griffith Panthers twenty points before Bob Iohnson broke through for four touchdowns and a 24-20 win. lronically, the Brockrnen played their best ball in losing to LaPorte and Plymouth. The big Lal-Vorte team was no'match for the small Vikings, who gave it everything they hadp while smooth running, pre- cision. blocking, and a few lucky pass catches spelled defeat at Plymouth. Coaches: Harold Mackg Fred Brock, Head Coachg and Stanley White. Melvin Walsh 1511195 Looff ft .B+ F29 Jxltgsi il It -..M ,jf . .hal fifxdflsg Ye s gi ,li Ny, B tilti- l, Robert McCarron William Butterfie . it 3 IV's GAIN EXPERIENCE The Freshman-Sophomore eleven, tutored by Stan White, played a seven game sched- ule, and carrie through with three wellf earned victories. The Iuniorfvarsity defeated Michigan City, Crown Point, and Lowell, but dropped decisions to the Griffith, LaPorte, and East Chicago Roosevelt reserve teams, and to the Portage varsity. The young Vikings would have won more games, but some freshmen and sophomores were gaining vital experience as members of the varsity. Those that did see action showed promise of developing into valuable players within the next year or two. IUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Top Row: Coach White, G. Frost, I. Van Senus, W. Swift, D. Seykowski, R, Khurts, T. Dowd, B. Douglas, K. Griffin. Middle Row: S Danielson, T McDonald, W. Elastic, C Krebs, M. Halus, E. Treseler, W. Cole. Front Row: T' Frank, R St. Clair, R. Girard, L Hof- ferth, P. Garrison, D. Black, G Spencer. Upper Right: First and ten. Middle: No Gain. Lower Right: Does it hurt? Below: Good Work! Reinie Tauck Gene Rhoda Mick Cavanaugh Gary Bozarth BASKETBALL VIKING CAGERS WIN TWENTY GAMES Experience, teamwork, and balance of scoring power brought Valparaiso into the elite of lndiana high school basketball dur- ing the l95l-l952 season. Coach Bob Dille's Vikings, who were listed as "well regarded" in the weekly United Press polls five times, finished the season losing only five games. Les Pollock Q 1.4 ' x Y j it ,Nita gi .1 Robert Dille, Coach Wayne Rice Dave Klemz chuck Dowd Med Qlsh VALPO VALPC VALPD VALPO ,,,,,,,A,,,A,.,,,,,, VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO VALPO SCHEDULE Crown Point ,,,,.. Portage ,...,,,, Michigan City ..,A. E. C. Washington Chesterton .,....,,,,,,, Hammond Tech. ., Rensselaer .,,,,, ,.,, Froebel ,,., , ,,,,,, A LaPorte ,,,,. , . , Hammond High ., Tolleston ,. ..,,,, Whiting , , . Hammond Clark Horace Mann ,, .A Hobart .. Emerson ,,,, E. C. Roosevelt . Lew Wallace , TOURNEY S Portage ,, . . North Iudson ..,,,, lackson Twp ,, .A Chesterton ., LaCrosse H ,,,. Tolleston .,, , , Hammond High ,... The Green-and-White cagers got otf to a good start with three victories before losing to higheranking East Chicago Washington in a thrilling, well-played game. The Vikings breezed through six more opponents before Gary Froebel caught the Dillemen oft form and handed them their second defeat. The loss of l-'roebel was the beginning ot a slump which found Valpo losing poorly-played 'games to Whiting and Hammond Clark, and barely winning overtime games from Harri- mond l-ligh and Tolleston alter blowing come fortable leads. The Vikes recovered alter the Clark encounter to win the last five games on the schedule. Valpo won the Fourth Annual Holiday Tourney by racing past Portage and North ludson by large margins. This was the tirst year that the Vikes had been able to cop the trophy. Valparaiso won 20 and lost 5, including tourney play, and established a respectable 7-4 record in the West N.l,H.S.C. which placed them in a tie tor fourth place, Senior Les Pollock, a tour time letterwinner, was voted a guard berth on the A.llfConterence Second Team, Gene Stipp, another tour-year man, Gene West, and Dave Klemz all re- ceived honorable mention. Valpo's best game was the 66-Sl con- quest ol Lew Wallace in the last game ot the season. Les Pollock turned in a mage niticent defensive job on the Hornet star loe Capua, who had beaten Valpo single- handedly the previous year. Top Left: lump balll Top Middle: Get in there and 'show 'em how to play balll Top Right: lt's in Left Middle Top: On the bench Left Middle Bottom: Time outl Left Bottom: Watch that scoreboard! BOW IN REGIONAL FINALS ln a new set-up, which gave Valparaiso fans their own Sec- tional Tournament, the Dillemen triumphed in the sectionals, but were beaten in the finals of the Hammond Regional. The Vikes eliminated little Iackson Town- ship by a big margin in the first round of the sectional. The Trojans of Chesterton almost upset the favored Vikings by giving them a good fight before bowing SO-48 in the semi-final game, but the Green-andAWhite cagers had an easier time with LaCroses in the finals. In the serni-final game at Hammond, Valpo outlasted the Blue Raiders of Tolleston in a thrilling battle which saw the lead change hands many times in the last half of the game. The Vikes started off by building up a commanding lead before in- termission, but Tolleston came back strong in the second half to make the game much closer. ln the finals Valpo was stopped one short of the "sweet sixteen" by a much improved band of Wildcats from Ham! mond High. Ir. Varsity: Mr. Brock, coach, W. Weller, T. Winebrenner, I. Brown, A. Mauser, R. Lines, B. Douglas, W. Blastic, K. Downing, W. Griffin W. Cole, C. Gast. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Top Row: H. Hawes, C Martin, D, Kyes, B. Peterson, T. McDonald, W. Swift, C. Krebs, B. Mohlke, B. Hen- drick. Znd Row: D. Black, manager, I. Mills, Z. Sztankay, B Schenk, B. Lines, T. Frank, B. Girard, R. Daniel, G. Bowman, Mr. Mack, Coach. First Row: W. Vietzke, D. Upton, P. Gar- rison, T. Armstrong, I Slocum, R. Schau, R. Stipp, L. Hofferth, G. Spen- ser, P. Nuppnau. Managers: Vern Paxton Ice Rin Iirn Richards, Harold Coates 'l XDQ 5. gi 4""- A. VARSITY TRACK Top Row: I. Cavanaugh, Mr. Brock, Coach, Mr Dille, Coach, Mr. Pifer, Coach. 4th Row: R. Miller C. Kraft, G. Brown, R. Eigelsbach, W. Wiseman, W Butterfield, I. McGarvey, R. Tauck. 3rd Row: L. Pol- lock, G. Ridgeway, R, Bailey, G. Kilavos, W. Morris R, Iohnson, G. Trulock. 2nd Row: H. Tarnow, M. Ca- vanaugh, M. Tilton, M. Walsh, I. Iorgensen, I. Polo C. Oyler. First Row: R. Gingerich, R. Lines, R. Dil- lingham, K. Downing, R. Beach, B. McCarron, R Khurts. VIKING THINLIES UNDEFEATED For the second consecutive year the Val- paraiso High School Track Sguad, under the capable direction of Coach Ken Pifer, was undefeated in dual and triangular competi- tion. The Vikings came out on top in seven regularly scheduled meets, and were pro- claimed winners of the Annual LaPorte Re- lays held at the Maple City track on May 15. Bad weather forced the postponement of some meets and resulted in the cancellation of a few othersy Upper Left: Bill Morris in the High Hurdles, Middle: Bob Bailey wins the 440, followed by Ken- ney Downing. Lower Left: Bob Eiglesbach wins the mile. Below: One lap to go. U . fi 'Lf A i- 4. W, x....n IUNIOR-VARSITY TRACK Top Row: T. Morris, G, Clark, Mr. Pifer, Coach, Mr. Dille, Coach, M Weiss. 2nd Row: I. McDonald, T. Blake, C. Gast, D. Grunau, D, Fry I. Looft, I. Donley. First Row: W. Dick, G. Edinger, C. Stinchfield, V Binzer, R. Hofferth, B. Schumacker, I. Eavey, M. Shinabarger. TRACK COMPLETE SUCCESSFUL SEASON The Vikings started off the season on the right foot by capping 4th place at the Conference lndoor meet held at the Chicago University fieldhouse on March 31. During the course of the season the Pifer- men placed fifth in the pre-conference meet and sixth in the Conference finals held at East Chicago. Valpo qualified thirteen boys for the Regional meet by virtue of their efforts in the Sectional. Bob Bailey won blue ribbons in both the 440 yard run and the half mile at the Sectional. In the Regional the Vikes placed seventh out of twenty-two teams. Bob Bailey, Bob Eiglesbach, and Med Walsh scored points in the Regionals and thus represented Valpo in the State Finals at Indianapolis. Bailey capped a 3rd in the 440 yard run, Eigelsbach placed 4th in the mile, and Walsh tied for fourth place in the pole vault. In the State Finals Valpo's only point was picked up by Senior Bob Bailey who placed fifth in the quarter-mile. Four records were broken during the 1951 season. Bob Bailey set a new half-mile time, 23045 Iim Mc- Garvey clipped three-tenths of a second off the old low hurdle mark of 24:3 which had stood for eight years, Bob Eiglesbach ran the mile in 4:4l.l, and Ronnie Lines went over the bar at ll feet llfg inches to set a new pole vault mark. Upper Right: Kilovas in the century. Middle: Lines clears the bar. Lower Right: The record holding half mile relay team. 43 Q K kvwwimgg ti IV QQ.-1' , ..."' v ' 1 . 1 .7 eff- AIJ5 P I A 1 N .Z V' fa, ,Ss Top Row: D Ifhrhtirdt I Schumacher, M Dozzike I ll il Swv'-r.1 L Miller A M.1xwel.. Sth Row: M' Lud- izxltmn li l.wiiflf':luick D Slocum D Doran, D Ho- :tin B Wilnori Tl Saba, M Bfxmesberger, F McKel- lipgz 5th Row: I Kacher, N Kuehl C. Grange, P Coiiltt-r B Wilson, M Iohnazon, P. Shannon, M Gill 4th How: N Slniffleliotham, P Helmick, M. Murphy M Ubtin, L Ashbaiiah, M llndsley, I Brown, I. Parl ry, L Roher 3rd Row: R. Horner, S Flick, I. Phillips, I. Longshore, M. Hendricks, I. Prentiss, N. Pearson, S Roberts, S Anderson. 2nd Row: Miss Cavan, spon- sor, N, Affeld, I LePell, S Bauer, W. Green, I. Tru- lock, M Dennis, M. Wells, M. Swift. First Row: B. Dowd, B, Book, M Maxwell, C. Meyer, G. Stewart, M. Dalke, L. Bademan, P, Balcom, M. Cook, M, Swenson. G.A.A. SENICRS AND IUNIORS The Girls' Athletic Association has been of long :standing importance to the girls at V. H. S. lt was organized under the guide ance of Miss Helen Schudel in 1930 and has thrived ever since. The girls participate in many extrafcurf ricular activities which help to promote a better understanding of healthful sportsman- ship. The freshman girls who entered G. A. A. this year were confronted with the annual Freshman initiation, which proved to be fun for everyone Lower Left: The Seniors won the basketball tour- ntiinvnt Kneeling: Nita Trulock, Mary Lou Wells, and Pat hannon Speedball started the years' activities roll' ing early in the fall. This was followed by volleyball, Basketball, bowling, and tum- bling concluded the activities for a well- rounded winter. In the spring, track, softball, tennis, and archery provided many hours of fun for. the G. A. A. members. Noonday League also played an important part in this years' activities. All during the school year the G. A. A. conducted business meetings and planned for-the three big events that they sponsor: Standing: Dot lfhrhardt, Marie Uban, Marge Gill, and Wilma Green Lower Right: G. A A Initiation Tow Row: K. Thoma, M. Iohnson, L. Roberts, M. A. Wareham, K Webb Row 7: A, Miller, L Fitzgerald, P. l-lildreth, I. Hildreth, R. Endsley, C. Brown, K. Swynenberg, P. Lambert B. Tharp. Row 6: N. Brownell, L. Deck, I. Hildreth, P, Hildreth, M Iusstice, P. Pearson, l. Anderson, K. Swynenberg, E Crook, N, Walsh. How 5: A. Urschel, I. Brown, S. Vermillion, M. Chester, B. Hall, G. Anderson, S. Foley, V. Peters, L Nickel, M Biqas. Row 4: S. White, K. Hildreth, K Lambert, M. Bauer, M Kreider, P. Nicholas, M. Scarbrough, K. Bauer, N. Wallace, S. Schultz. Row 3: F. O'Barr, C. Black, M. Breh- mer, I Schroeder, M. Miller, D. Iensen, H. McKinney, B. Wiencken, D. Coulfer, F. Carter, I. Wieland Row 2: A Doelling, I. Black, N. Bartz, D Britton, I. Kaclier, A Doin- mer, M. Bademan, P. Meyer, M Hershman, P. Doolittle Row 1: S Masters, M Barkley, S. Lloyd, B Duncan, G. Kaufman, C. Simpson, D Lamb, B Pedavoli, B Kyes. GJ-LA. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES the Freshman Initiation, the Sadie Hawkins Dance, and the annual G. A. A. Banquet held in the spring for the presentation ot awards earned throughout the school year. Moreover, the G. A. A. has proved itself a worthy asset and provides enjoyment for all who participate. GJ-LA. BOARD Top Row: D. Ehrhardt, P, Shannon, N. Shuftlebotharn, A. Maxwell, B. Wilson, D. Doran. 2nd Row: Miss Latuze, Sponsor, W. Green, I. Phillips, S. Anderson, S. Flick, N. Pearson, M. Gill, Miss Cavan, Sponsor. First Row: I. Trulock, I. Brown, B. Horner, G. Stewart, B. Book, B. Dowd, M, Wells. 'fy I 45 5 Ill .X-af 1? ' 'E ex - "-'aw-fn W A-26.4. 4 '- aw. 7? - A X - f.- ,, K .M , o .5 . , ...fl- 4 i ,I 'NV ., p 'fc I , , 'Kx' 4. , Qu 4' X L .W A tm,lkm,fg,,V.. Fa' 1 in Before lhe meet. CROSS-COUNTRY WGN by Q wlugker, Q , .. fm .U-Q-, '- -2" ' ' -+ndn-- --,.E f V r Lkrx Y 'J .3 - 4. -in w ': 51' Sfrikel A " ' ' K - .. 'A' -'JT' f Standing: I Mcxrimon, D, Brownfl. Doris, B NGONDAY LEAGUE- GOLF Chumley, I' Bozlk, M Dodge, Coach Tellel Kneel- I ing: D. Stevens, cmd R Zlmmermcn. K1ck-off Lui side-UL Q J. 2 l Qiwalopmanf, be ffm sm M X Haig' X. chemX5KT'! dass' Wmer , Wmer Smoke in f eve . ryw 11 orc Ri Whok lunny' Xookiml xecves' NOW , is is whm You CON Q b 011. JW! HM 5 . 0 r I Xu-at where wouki be the bf-251 POVW X0 Cm mis? W QS Cleop QF rq ever U1 QF1-fed? 48 Our Classes In A CtiOn: im vs, 11W be 91: mmq mis, po . Jiflguld Cgp 9 how COL you se Do GQ, Ov coke? KN 'Q- ou pm Xu mm L, LQCQIN1 . ,GMC ,H der dkd N1 ch 'Goku xg pow HOW mu 4 X f! MAX now dy, GQ, CCAC , V011 GQ ,A '-J: FRESHMEN Row l: Gail Anderson, Irene Anderson, Karen Io Appleby, Thomas Armstrong, Ma- rian Bademan, Iohn Barber, Norma Bartz. Row 2: Karlene Bauer, Lois Beck, Lorn Benke, Carol Benninghoit, Elaine Bergslien, Mary Biggs, Carol Black. Row 3: Fred Black, Norma lean Blaney, Sharon Bledsoe, George Bowman, Rance Boyce, Marian Brehmer, Dorotha Britton, Row 4: Iudith Brown, Donald Burrus, Frances Carter, Mary Casbon, Margaret Cleveland, Elaine Cole, Ronald Copas. Row 5: Diane Coulter, Larry Coulter, Paul Cross, Marlene Crowe, Patricia Crumpack- er, Robert Daniel, Donald Daniels. Row 6: Paul Davis, Mahlon Deu, Phoebe Doolittle, Della Dresden, Dorothy Dufallo, Donald Edgecomb, Shirley Edwards. Row 7: Gene Engel, Iames Fischer, Rob- ert Flude, Thomas Frank, Robert Girard, Margaret Gold, Norma Gray. How B: Albert Greenwell, Mary Green- well, Edward Guernsey, Marlene Gumz, Barbara Hall, Howard Hall, Michael Halus. Row 9: Duane Hamacher, Harold Hawes, William Hendricks, Mary Lee Hershman, Kay Hildreth, William Hiller, Larry Hofferth. Row 10: Marlene Howe, Donald Howell, Peter Howser, Sally Inman, Irene Irons, Ieanne Iones, loanne Kacher. Row ll: Iames Keating, Charles Krebs, Mary Sue Kreider, Edwin Kuehl, Donald Kyes, William Kyes, Donna Lamb. F RESHMEN Row l: Karen Lambert, Gail Lansing, Robert Lines, Myrna Magnuson, Charles Martin, Allen McDaniels, Thomas McDon- ald, Audrey McFarland. Row 2: Barbara McGill, Helen McKinney, Roy Mertz, lames Mills, Byron Mohlke, Iames Muster, Iohn Myers, Leonore Nickel. Row 3: Paul Nuppnau, Frieda O'Barr, Earl Odle, Carol Ohltest, Nancy Olas, lanet Oldham. Sondra Paulsen, Phyllis Pearson. Row 4: Rita Pedavoli, Virginia Peters, Robert Peterson, Charles Phillis, Robert Poehler, Sue Porter, Anne Rader, Carol Ralston, Row 5: Bernard Redmon, Peter Reed, Harold Resh, Robert Ritz, Loretta Roberts, Marian Robinson, Robert Rockwell, Daniel Ronco. Row 6: Kenneth Schau, Ronald Schau, Robert Schenck, Sandra Schultz, lane Scott, Sue Shelton, loseph Silhavy, Virgil Slagle. Row 7: lames Slocum, Patricia Small, Ola Mae Somner, Gary Spencer, Mary Ann Steele, Ronald Stipp, Nancy Stoler, Nancy lo Swenson. Row 8: Wayne Swift, Kay Swynenberg, Zoltan Sztankay, Marcia Tackett, Betty Top- per, Edward Treseler, Ella Tucker, Eliza- beth Tudor, Row 9: Rosalee Tudor, Stephanie Um' bach, Ann Urschel, Iohn Van Senus, Wes- ley Vietzke, Nancy Walsh, Mary Alice Wareham, Karen Webb. Row 10: Gladys Weideman, Sharon White, Iacquelyn Whitton, loan Wieland, Mary Wiencken, Roberta Wiencken, Arlen Willing, Gary Young. Freshmen Class Officers: Kay Hildreth, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Roberts, sponsor, lames Fischer, president, Frieda O'Barr, vice-president. SOPHOMORES Row 1: Richard Babcock, Paul Bach, Margaret Barkley, Roland Bauer, Emil Beeg, Marshall Berndt, Leonard Berrier. Row 2: Robert Bickel, David Black, lanet Black, Wade Blastic, Carol Brown, Iames Brown, Robert Brown. Row 3: Nancy Brownell, Marilyn Bundy, Ianet Case, Margaret Chester, Beverly Clark, Dillard Clark, Ianet Claussen. Row 4: Eugene Clifford, Harold Coates, Wayne Cole, Philip Coote, Charles Cor- neil, Eleanor Crook, Margaret Crumpacker. Row 5: Steve Danielson, Mariann De- Armitt, lames Deck, Linda Deck, William Dick, Richard Dillingham, Monte Dodge. Row 6: Amanda Doelling, lanet Doelling, Audrey Dommer, Iules Dorris, Bruce Doug- las, Tow Dowd, Roberta Duncan. Row 7: lack Eavey, Royann Endsley, Margaret Evers, Lydia Fitzgerald, Shirley Foley, Iacquelyn Foreman, George Fox. Row 8: DeLoss Fry, Donald Fuhr, Donna Gaines, Myron Garrison, Carroll Gast, Gene Grieger, William Griffin. Row 9: Eugene Hamann, Marie Harring- ton, Tom Hauff, Carl Highlan, Ianet Hil- dreth, ludith Hildreth, Pamela Hildreth. Row 10: Patricia Hildreth, Arthur Hill, Mary Hutson, Dianne Iensen, Mary Iohn- son, Maxine lohnson, Barbara lones. Row ll: lacqueline Iones, Marilyn Ius- tice, Glenda Kaufman, Charles Keating, Dorothy Kerns, lune Ketterman, Frank Kitchen. SOPHOMORES Row l: George Klein, Barbara Kozlenko, Claus Kruse, Robert Kuehl, Raymond Khurts, Betty Kyes, Phyllis Lambert, Kay LePell. How 2: Ianet Lindsey, Ronald Lines, Su- san Lloyd, Alyce Magnor, Iohn Marimon, Richard Massom, Sheila Masters, Mary McCallum. Row 3: Dorothy McKinney, Ruby Mead- ows, Phyllis Meyer, Donald Miles, Anne Miller, Mary Anne Miller, Phyllis Nicholas, Dieter Nickel. Row 4: Clarence Paul, Verne Paxton, Ioan Phillips. Fern Porch, Harold Prentiss, Rita Prentiss, Richard Prinicipe, Iacquelyn Redmon. Row 5: Eugene Rhoda, Lulu Io Riley, Gerald Ronneau, Robert St. Clair, Dorothy Sandberg, Marie Scarbrough, Ioan Schenk, Iudith Schumacher, How 6: Arden Selman, Harry Sexton, Donald Seykowski, Wallace Sherrick, Mar- vin Shinabarger, Mariorie Shook, Ronald Shutflebotham, Carol Simpson. Row 7: lanice Skinner, Donald Smith, El- mer Soliday, William Starkey, Albert Steele, Lou Stinson, lrene Storey, Karen Swynenberg. How 8: Betty lean Tharp, Charles Ticknor, Wilbert Toms, William Urschel, William Vergin, Sherry Vermilion, Norina Wallace, Tom Walsh. Row 9: Norma Weideman, Wallace Wel- ler, Iack West, Iune Willing. Row 10: Alan Wilson, Tom Winebrenner, William Wiseman, Edward Wittenberg. Row ll: Karen Thoma, Edward Chatter, Royal Church, George Karampas, Ioyce lsenhour. Sophomore Class Officers: Bruce Douglas, vice-president, William Griffin, president, Stephen Danielson, secretary-treasurer, Mr. Conkling, sponsor. IUNIORS Row 1: Nancy Affeld, Shirley Anderson, Richard Annen, Louise Bademan, Phyllis Balcom, Marcia Bamesberger, Sharon Bauer. Row 2: Wayne Benninghoff, Kenneth Ber- rier, Vaughn Binzer, Beda Book, Richard Borth, Gary Bozarth, Allen Brown. Row 3: Alvin Brown, David Brown, Iu- dith Brown, Robert Burns, William Butter- field, Maurice Buzalski, Roland Cantway. Row 4: Michael Cavanaugh, Howard Chambers, Gerald Clark, Edward Clifford, Marvalene Cook, Phyllis Coulter, Roger Coulter. Row 5: Margery Dalke, Sharon Dalke, Mary Dennis, Mary Ellen Domke, lohn Donley, Donna Doran, Barbarajean Dowd. Row 6: Kenneth Downing, Ioyce Duncan, Ronald Duncan, George Edinger, Marguer- ite Endsley, David Gast, Ruth Girard. Row 7: Gerald Gott, Edmund Gramps, Iacquelyn Gray, Ieanne Gray, Dan Gru- nau, Iune Hayes, Patricia Helmick. Row 8: Darlene Hendricks, Mary Ann Henrichs, Thomas Hines, Roger Hofferth, Dorothy Horan, David Iohnston, Allen lox. Row 9: Ianet Kacher, Robert Kaufman, lack Kneifel, Ingrid Kobjak, Iacob Kulis, loanne L.ePell, Ianet Longshore. Row IU: Katherine Louderback, Herbert Manago, Ianis Mann, Glen Marshall, Charles Masson, Ioyce Maudlin, August Mauser. IUNIORS Row l: Ann Maxwell, Mary lane Max- well, Iames McDonald, Carolene McDowell, Faith Mclfellips, Lois Miller, Shirley Mon- toney. Row 2: Thomas Morris, lames Murvihill. Trent Myers, Nancy Nelson, Katherine Oy- ler, Shirley Peace, Nancy Pearson. Row 3: Mario Pedavoli, Eugene Peters, leanne Phillips, ludy Prentiss, Charles Rea- son, Marlene Richardson, Marvin Roberts. Row 4: Shirley Roberts, Lucille Roher, loseph Ronco, Robert Roy, Roberta Sabo, Phyllis Schau, Sonia Schoenbohm. Row 5: Iames Schroeder, loAnn Schu- macher, Bruce Schumacher, Beverly Sel- man, Martha Siders, Shirley Sievers, Diane Slocum. Row 6: Nancy Small, Phyllis Sprouse, Iames Stachowski, Norman Stalbaum, Gwen Stewart, Charles Stinchfield, Louise Struve. How 7: David Swarner, Reinhardt Tauck, Iohn Taylor, Gene Trulock, Torn Turner, Sharon Van Asdall, Warren Weideman. Row 8: LaMont W'olfe, Robert Berlcowslci, Iames Richards, Margaret Wilson, Ruth Wilson, Walda Wilson, Harold Woelfel, Row 9: Kay Lynne Wood, Ronald Zim- merman, lames Zuber. Row IU: Willa lane lohnson, Philip Mc- Connell, Donna Bednar. Class Officers: Nancy Alteld, secretary, Gwen Stewart, treasurer: Mr, Henkel, 'spon- sor, Charles Reason, vice-president, Ken- neth Downing, president. 7' rv ,X -v 410 X- X 1 R rf' G' CLIMAX OF THE STORY 41 S. . , . X 1 nf t. if .gnu , . - wh'-'.Y - f,, V 2 . .I . , f-u-- - .Mu-t, . .W Top: Mm: McGilliciiddy, :zponsorg lan Knarr, secretaryg Mr. Doeden, span' or, llantild Brown, prfvizideritg Mr. May, sponsor. Bottom: llivid Klwiiiz vice-president, Dick Bundy, treasurer SENIOR CLASS OF 1952 lime, 15352 . . . the time has come when we must leave Valparaiso High School, which we can now proudly hail as our llfliliiia Mater " With us we will carry throughout our lifetime our many happy thoughts and memf aries. Seirteiiibor, H348 . . . how small we .looked . . , a little bewildered, but happy to be in high school at last. Ari sophomores we remember English class with Silas Marner and Iulius Caesar, along with the triangles ot geometry. l'Apple Blossom Time" was chosen as our theme for the lunior Prom. Shiny Class rings were the climax ot our Junior year. At the end of four years. lla, Our hnal year at V. H. S. is one that we will never forget. ln the early tall were . . . football . . . cheers . . . homecoming. ln the winter . . . basketball . , . Christmas formal . . . Sadie Hawkins dance. Highlight- ing all sports during our four years was the cutting down ot the nets after we won the sectianals this year, and our joyous victory in the tirst game ot the regionals held in Hammond, the lirst in i8 years. ln the spring was track . . . prom . . yearbook . , . senior day . . . award day . . . baccalaureate . . . and lune 5, H952 . . . graduation night . . . red roses . . . 'Pomp and Circumstances" . . . tears and excitement. ls it possible that our high school days have ended so quick- ly? Senior Sales. Iacqueline Allison Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Span- ish Club 1. Y 4 loann Bartz GAA, l, Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Booster Club 3: Student Council 4. 645. 5, Lee Roy Anderson Choir l, 3, 4, president 4, ensembles l, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, Noonclay League l, 2, 3, 4. Maxine Bartz GAA. l, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Future Teachers 2, 3, secretary-ireasurer3, Stu- dent Secretary 4: Office Girl 3. Laurel Ashbaugh GAA. 1, 2 ,Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Secretary. Ioseph Bigelow Science Club 2, 4, V- Club 4, Student Council 4, treasurer 4, VALEN- IAN 4, business manager 4: Sophomore Class pres- ident, Football 1, 2, Var- sity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Noon- day League l, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, board member 4. 3 5 Shirley Athens Y-Teens 1, Science Club 4 Booster Club 2, 3, Spanish Club l, 2, Future Homemaker 4. 9 ? 1 . -i .- X-4 S Donald Black No activity. Q3 ,- -Eff Sue Black Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers 2, 3, Choir 2, Glee Club l. Charles Brown V-Club 2, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, Varsity 2, Cross-country l, 2, 3, Varsity 2, 3, Noonday League l. 2 Cneoos Q Earl Blackney Science Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Bancl 4. Donald Brown Science Club 4, V-Club 4: Spanish Club 2, Offie cer 2, Student Council l, 4, VALPOST 4, Class Officer 1, 3, 4, Football l, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, Track l, Noon- clay League l, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 4. Aff? ffl? Tom E. Book Science Club 4, Choir l, 2, Football l, 2, Track l, Noonclay League 2, 3, 4. Richard Bundy . Science Club 4, V-Club 4, Choir 4, Senior Class treasurer, Football 1, Manager 3, Track 2, Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 4. I, iv if - i i CGBC E T Iames Bozik Science Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Golf 2, Var- sity 3, 4, Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 3, :vii SBC' Il 1 nano n o a a Mary Cargo Loretto High School, Chicago, lll. 1, 2, 3. Iacqueline Allison Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Span- ish Club l. Q . 4 loann Bartz G.A.A. 1, Y-Teen l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, sgt.-at-arms 4, Booster Club 3, Student Council 4. E Lee Roy Anderson Choir l, 3, 4, president 4, ensembles l, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. Maxine Bartz G.A.A. 1, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Future Teachers 2, 3, secretary-treasurer 3, Stu- dent Secretary 4, Office Girl 3. 0 I Shirley Athens Laurel Ashbaugh Y-Teens 1 GABA, 1, 2 :Bm-,d 1, 2, Science Club 4 Boo ter 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Clllb 2, 31 SDGVIISIW Club Secretqry l, 2, Future Homemaker Z 4. I of 1 Ioseph Bigelow Science Club 2, 4, V- Club 4, Student Council 4, treasurer 4, VALEN- IAN 4, business manager 4, Sophomore Class pres- ident, Football l, 2, Var- sity 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Noon- day League l, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y 2, 3, 4, board member 4. 69 my W I x4 S Donald Black No activity. Sue Black Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers 2, 3, Choir 2, Glee Club l. Charles Brown V-Club 2, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, Varsity 2, Cross-country l, 2, 3, Varsity 2, 3, Noonday League l, 2 cnaoos 69 fig Earl Blackney Science Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4. Donald Brown Science Club 4, V-Club 4: Spanish Club 2, Offi- cer 2, Student Council l, 4, VALPOST 4, Class Officer l, 3, 4, Football l, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, Track l, Noon- day League l, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Officer 4. wja We Tom E. Book Science Club 4, Choir l, 2, Football l, 2, Track l, Noonday League Z, 3, 4. Richard Bundy . Science Club 4, V-Club 4, Choir 4, Senior Class treasurer, Football 1, Manager 3, Track 2, Noonclay League l, Z, 3, 4, Manager l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 4. , W if 3 D i CGBC K or Iames Bozik Science Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Golf 2, Var- sity 3, 4, Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics Club 3. Q 0090 to Mary Cargo Loretto High School, Chicago, Ill. 1, 2, 3. Ioan Casey Y-Teens l, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, re- porter 2, secretary 3, president 4, Drarnatics Club l, Choir 4. l Robert Doud Band l, 2, 3, 4, Noon- day League 3, 4. '5""' Iames Cavanaugh Varsity 3, Cross-coun- try 2, 3, Golf 4, Noonday League 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4. Herbert Douglas Science Club 4, V- Club 4, Student Council 3, VALENIAN 4, literary editor 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track l, 2, Noonday League l, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4., tee Rita Dalke Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Span- ish Club 2, Student Sec- retary 4. Charles Dowd V-Club 4, Basketball l, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Cross- country 3, 4, Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 4. fb! f fi, Betty Daniel Y-Teens 2, 3, Futu Homemakerrs 2, 3, Ill' it 1 David Dowd Band l. 59 ' Ronnie Eckert Science Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Drainaticas Club 3, Clioir 2, 3, 4, Cross-country l, Noonday League 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. fl Sharon Flick G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, board 4, Noonday League l, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, board 3, Officer 3, Science Club 3, VALENIAN 3, 4, activi- ties editor 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Ensem- bles 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. Dorothy Ehrhcrrdt GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, board 3, vice-president 4, Noon- day League l, 2, 3, 4i Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Student Council 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Secretary 4, Bookstore 4. xxx ., R 74.1. X g Q X Robert Eigelsbcxch Booster Club 3, V-Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball l 2 3, 4, Varsity 3, Track l, Dale Ellis 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, Span- Cross-country 2, 3, 4, ish Club 2, secretary 2, Noonday League 1, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 3, 4. Mary Lou Gibbs Iohn Gilbert GAA. l, 4, Noonday Basketball l, Track l, League 4, Dramatics Noonday League l, 2, 3, Club l, 2, 3, 4, Student 4. ' Secretary 4, Senior Sales 4. 71 Mariorie Gill GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, board 3, 4, Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, Student Council 3, treasurer 3, FHA. 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Student Sec- retary 4, Bookstore 4. I I 4f'Ol,W' Wilma Green GAA 2, 3, 4, board 4, Noonday League 2, ROY Robert Gingerich 3, 4g Sparlifsli Club 25 li, Helen Hall V-Club 2, 45 Basket- HA 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, N ben 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 01101, 1, 3, 4, Officer 4, O C'C'm'Y Cross-country 2, 3, 4 Donald Greaves Ensseinbles 4, Glee Club Cvarsityl, N00 nclay Noonday League 3, 4. lg Student Librarian l, 2 League 2, 35 Gymnastics 1 if' i7 -S f W VIP NA ' 'x Ruth Homer Iohn Hurley C I I GAA, 1, 2, 3, 4, Offi- Booster Club 2, 3, Bas- aff' ngmcm Cer 4, Noonday League ketball lg Track lg Noon- GA A' ,ll Y-Teens: 2' D 1 Hmmm 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 0111- dey League 2, 3, 4, Mem. 3' 41 Scleme Club 31 Q e U Q cer 4, Student Council 2, ager 2. Dmmcmcs Club li Choir NO GCUVHY Choir 45 Student Secre- 4' tary 4. rea ae L 1' I, 'b 4' gk L Q v 61 Ietfrey Inman Band 1, 2, 3, 4. wo w 1, !! ,S - X tx 4 'v A . Mary Iohnson G A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Pl-l.A, 4, Choir l, 4, Booster Club 2, 3. I og? Martha Irons h Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Secretary 4. Robert Iohnson Booster Club l, 2, 3, V-Club 2, 4, president 4, Student Council l, lunior C l a s s vice-president, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Var- fT Margaret Iohnson Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Boos- ter Club 2, 3, Student Council l, Sophomore Class treasurer. Mary lean Keehn Q Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers l, 2, 3, secretary 2, vice-presi- dent 3, Choir 3, 4, Glee Club l. sity 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, Varsity 2, 3, Noonday League l. 3 I+: Marjorie Iohnson No activity. ll I I Carla Kelso Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, pro gram chairman 3, Sci- ence Club 3, board 3: Booster Club 2, 3, Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Sopho- more Class secretary. 'i- Robert Kerr Band l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. f ?fx i Ioe Krueger Noonday League 2, 3, 4. 9 f ff "5 M David Klemz V-Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Senior Class vice-president, Basket- ball l, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track l, 2, Cross-country l, 2, 3, 4, Noonday League 2, 3, 4. Ncmette Kuehl GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, Noon! day League l, 2, 4, Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, VALPOST 4: Choir 2. Ian Knarr ThorntonTownshipl-ligh School, Harvey, Illinois 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Span- ish Club 2, VALENIAN 4, Girls Sports Editor 4, Student Announcer 4: Office Girl 4, Senior Class secretary. Charles Kraft Band l, 2, Projection Club l, -2, 3, 4: V-Club 2, 4: Football l, 2, Var- sity 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Golf l, 2, Noon- dayLeague 2, 3, 4, Gym- nastics Club 3, 4. 0 YV x 71 CABof. Ruth Lansing ' Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: F,H.A. Hanan Lalek 3, 4, vice-president 4. Science Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Football 2, Track 2 Noonday League 4. + ,O Iumes Loolt Science Club 3, 4, V- Club 4, Band l, 2, Choir 4, Football l, 2, 3, Var- sity 4, Track 2, 3, Noon- day League 3, 4. 103 tif f W L, AL l lun. -il Helen Mathias Band l, Z, 3, 4, Stu- dent Secretary 4, Choir 4, Wilma Ludington G.A.A, 4, FHA. 3, Glee Club 2. Evelyn Maudlin G.A.A, l, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, VALENIAN 3, 4, art edi- tor 4, FHA. 2. fi 0 X X XX tx X Clifford Mcxgnor No activity. Robert McCcxrron Parker High School, Chicago, Illinois l, 2, Sci- ence Club 4, president 4, V-Club 3, 4, VAL- POST 4, Choir 3, 4, robe chairman 4, ensembles 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Var- sity 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Var- sity 3, 4, Noonday League 3, 4. 1- "2 Audrey Martens Student Secretary 4. E5 Charlotte Meyer G.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Noon- day League l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, Fil-l.A. 4, Band 1, Dramatics Club 2, 3: Choir 3, 4. David Miller Science Club 4, vice- president 45 Spanish Club l, Z5 VALPOST 4, Sports Editor 45 VALENIAN 4, boys' sports editor 45 Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, president 45 Freshman Class vice- president. Z cnec 'ff Q iff 09 K focmne Muster GAA. 15 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 25 VALPOST 45 VALENIAN 4, secretary 45 Dramatics Club lg Choir l, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4, ensembles 3, 45 Glee Club l5 Major- ette 2, 35 Bookstore 45 Senior Sales. :Qi All 1 1 I V ' ,il 1 Robert Miller V-Club 3, 45 Student Council 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football l, 2, Varsity 3, 45 Track 2, Varsity 3, 45 Noonday League 4. Iosephine Muster Spanish Club 25 Choir l5 Glee Club lg VAL- POST 45 Student Secre- tary 45 Senior Sales. X ao Ascmeth Moneypenney Y-Teens l, Z, 35 Band l, Z, 3, 4, officer 2, 35 Senior Sales. lack Ohlfest Booster Club 2, 35 VALENIAN 35 Band l, 2, 3, 4, secretary-treasurer 45 ensemble 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Student Secretary 4. Z CAB! W Go Marjorie Murphy Teaneck High School, Teaneck, New lersey l5 GAA. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 Booster Club 2, 35 VALPOST 4: VALENIAN 3, 45 editor 45 Band 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Senior Sales. Q, 'Co 44 - 1 Charlotte Orange GAA. l, 2, 3, 45 Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 Booster Club 25 Band l, 2, 35 Senior Sales. Charles Oyler Science Club 4, V-Club 3, 4, Projection Club 3, Football Varsity l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Noonday League 2, 3, 4. X Qx fb . N Vin se Lester Pollock V-Club l, 4, Football l, Varsity 2, 4, Basketball Varsity l, 2, 3, 4, Track Varsity 1, 3, 4, Noonday League referee l, 2, 3. I 613. ' I 'abil P llfill Icmet Parry G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 3, Booster Club 2, 3, VALPOST 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4. Icxmes Polo Science Club 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Track 3, 4: Cross-country 4. 1-534. - George Phillips V-Club 4, vice-presi- dent 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, president 4, Band 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Basketball l, 2, Var- sity 3, Track l, 2, Noon day League 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Class vice-president Iunior Class president. Walter Pullins Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4. David Platts Spanish Club 2, Fu- ture Teachers l, 2, 3, parliamentarian 1, 2, president 3, Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, 4, vice- president 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, board 41 Student Librar- ian 3, VALPOST 4, Sen- ior Sales. I iii fi 2025 Richard Reed Pemberville High School, Pemberville, Ohio l, 2, 3, Science Club 4, Noonday League 4, Hi- Y 4. Betty Reynolds F.l-LA. 2, Glee Club l, Student Secretary 4, Senior Sales. 0 1 Carolyn Scholl Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, Span- ish Club 2, Choir 4, Q0 W' ,.-4 lf-i- Wayne Rice V-Club 3, 4, Basketball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Cross- country 1, 2, 3, 4, Noon- day League referee 4, G 45634 Cynthia Ryan Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club l, 2, Senior Sales. Edward Schroeder Sharon Sexton V-Club 41 FOOUDGH 11 Y-Teens 3, F l-LA. 3, 2, 3, VCIYSUY 4X Basket' Choir 1, Glee Club 1, ball l, 2: Tfflck lf Zi Student Secretary 4. Noonday League 3, 4. l 0 1-' ,N 'Uv V fi Richard Schau Cross-country l, Noon- day League l , 3. Patricia Shannon G A A 2, 3, 4, president 4, Noonday League 2, 3, 4, FHA, 2, 3, treasurer 3, vice-president 3, Dra- inatics Club l, Spanish Club 2, Student Secfe- tary 4, Senior Sales 4. lohn Shatz Science Club 3, 4, VALENIAN 4: Choir l, 2, Student Announcer 4, Football l, 2, Basketball l, Track l, 2, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, secretary 4. Q, ,Dane-ER. ' H-v1Ye:rA6C S if Ruthann Stewart Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, FHA. 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4 Choir 2. 7 1 CA Do - qw 5 I N Nancy Shufilebotham G AA. l, 2, 3, 4, board 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Sci- ence Club 3, Booster Club 3, Future Teachers l, Z, 3, VALPOST 4. Gene Stipp V-Club l, 2, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council l, Football l, 2, Varsity 3, Basket- ball Varsity l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, Cross- 555:-, Marilyn Shurr G.A.A. l, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, secretary 4, Booster Club 2, Student Council 4, G. l-l.A. 2, Choir 3, Office Girl 4. Mary Swenson G.A.A. 1, Z, 3, 4, Y- Teens l, 2, Science Club 3, Band l, Z, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3. country 4, Noonday League referee 4. 1 Gene Smith Band l, 2, 3, 4, officer 2,.3, 4, Track 7, 3: Cross- country 2, 3, Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4, Marilyn Swift G,A.A, l, 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens l, 2, 3, Science Club 3, 4, Future Teach- ers 3, F.H.A. 3, Band 3, Choir l, 2, Student Li- brarian l, 2. Ada Sztcmkay Ligonier High School Ligonier, Pennsylvania l Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A 25 Future Teachers 2, 3 HI -2- CAT 9,3 4 ,DOCP O Y o O Oo O O . X O O o O I O O O o 0 o o O O O O Marie Ubcm GAA, 1, 2, 3, 45 Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 35 Booster Club 2, 35 Future Teachers 35 VALPOST 45 Band 2, 3, 4, band librarian 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Sales. I lil? Melvin Tilton Booster Club 21 V- Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football l, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Basketball l5 Track Varsity 2, 45 Noonday League 3, 45 Gymnastics Club 2. Edward Visnow Spanish Club 25 Dra- matics 45 Senior Soles, 9,5 Charles Trenkle Science Club 35 Span ish Club 25 Choir 45 Hi Y 4. 'Q' iw- Melvin Walsh Booster Club l, 2, 35 V-Club 4, treasurer 45 Freshman Class presi- dent5 Football l, 2, Var- sity 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, Varsity 3, 45 Track l, Varsity 2, 3, 45 Noonday League l, referee 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4. QD Iuanita Trulock GAA. I, 2, 3, 4, board 2, 3, 4, treasurer 45 Noonday League 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 35 Fu- ture Teachers l, 25 Stu- dent Council 3, secretary 35 VALPOST 4, editor 45 Freshman Class presi- dent, Office Girl 3, 4. 9.0 A 4 Iames Wareham Band l, 25 Cross-coun- try 25 Noonday League 3, 4, 3x Mary Lou Wells GA A. l, 2, 3, 4, board 3, 4: Noonday League l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Choir 4, Library Club l, Senior Sales. PUBLIC UM 5 3 Bettimae Wilson G.A.A. lg Y-Teens l, 2, 3, FHA. 2, Student Sec- retary 4. Q frm f , I Eugene West Science Club 4, V- Club 3, 4, Spanish Club l, Choir 4, Football l, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Basket- ball l, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track l, 2, Noonday League l, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Beverly Wilson Parker High School, Chicago, lllinois, l, 2, VALPOST 3: Y-Teens 2. Donald Wichman Detroit High School, Detroit, Michigan 1, Sci- ence Club 4, Band 2, 3, 4, color guard 3, 4, sen- ior property 4, dance band 4, Projection Club l, Dramatics Club 3, Hi- Y 3, 4, Senior Sales. Barbara Wilson GAA. l, 2, 3, 4, board 4, Noonday League 2, Y-Teens 3, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Dra- matics Club 3, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, librarian 3, 4, en- sembles 3, 4. S S 0.0 Y to ig. Donald Wirth Science Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Michael Woelfel Hammond High School, NO0f1ClC1Y I-9019119 2, 3, 4- Hammond, Indiana 1, 2, DA NGE R. Q3 NWN wana! , M-Si 3, Noonday League 4. Mr. Pifer. Rita Dalke wills her knowledge of Marlene Wolfe F.H.A. 4, song leader 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, ac- companist l, 2, 3, 4, en- sembles l, 2, 3,45 Glee Club ly Student Secre- tary 4. S353 li Iecmne Wright Robert Zell Projection Club l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1' 2, 3' 4. Marlene Yelton 41 Track lg Noondqy Booster Club 2, Student Y-Teens 3, 4: Spfmlsh League lf 21 3. 4: Stu- Council l, 2, F.l'l.A. 2. Club l, 2, Glee Club l. Glen! Manager 2, 3, 4. xx xX X Mn 1952 SENIORS sfaaiwdlwtij Iackie Allison wills Ioe to anyone who wants him, if not, she'll keep himl Lee Roy Anderson wills his position as president of the choir to any junior who has the misfor- tune of being elected as such. Laurel Ash- baugh wills her first chair position in band to Leonore Nickel. Shirley Athens wills her straight As to anyone who studies hard. loAann Bartz wills her life and fortune to a Morgan lad, who's not half-bad. Maxine Bartz wills her glasses to Dorothy Dufallo. loe Bige.low wills his pretty teeth to "Babe" Doelling. Donald Black wills his roller skates to Wilbur Toms. Sue Black wills her job in the kitchen to. Shirley Roberts. Earl Blackney wills his drum sticks fthe broken onesl to Mr. Rogers. Tom Book wills his loud socks to Wade Blastick. lim Bozik wills his golf clubs to Ronnie Zimmerman. Charles Brown wills his labor to Chicago Wheel. Don Brown wills the presidents gavel of the senior class to some lazy junior. Dick Bundy wills his ability to be involved in auto accidents to Paul Nuppnau. Mary Cargo wills her Civics grades to Donna Doran. Ioan Ca- sey wills her Washington Township boy- friends to members of the lunior Class. lim Cavanaugh wills his machine shop "duds" to Sociology to Mr. Henkel, Betty Daniel wills her quiet personality to ludy Brown. Robert Doud wills his car to Steve Danielson. l-lerb Doug.las wills his ability to keep awake in classes to any alert junior. Char.les Dowd wills his excellent free throw percentage in basketball to Mike Cavanaugh. David Dowd wills his beard to Paul Garrison. Ronnie Eckert wills his tenor voice to Wayne Swift. Dorothy Ehrhardt wills her homecoming crown to a junior, preferably a girl. Robert Eigelsbach wills his track records to Valpo High for many years to come. Dale Ellis wills his electric guitar to "Daisy" Brown. Sharon Flick wills her ticket selling duties to any girl who his the patience. Mary Lou Gibbs wills her speaking ability to Mary Dennis. Iohn Gilbert wills his nickname of "Farmer" to Gene Rhoda. Marjorie Gill wills her squeak stick Cclarinetl to Wally Weller. Robert Gin- gerich wills his winning personality to Ed Treseler. Donald Greaves wills his hot rod to Tom Morris. Wilma Green wills her alto voice to Marlene Crowe. l-lelen Hall wills her red hair to Frieda O'Barr. Dale Hornan wills his tight levis to Donny Keyes. Ruth Horner wills her battle scars from traffic accidents to Marge Dalke. lohn Hurley wills his conduct grades to Dave Swarner. Carol lngman Wills her Missouri personality to Gwen Stewart. Ieffrey Inman wills his ability to draw birdhouses to Reinie Tauck. Martha Irons wills her seat in Sociol- ogy to the first person who bids, because that class is usually very crowded. Margaret lohnson wills her smile to Sharon White. Marjorie Iohnson wills her faculty for being late to class to Nancy Brownell. Mary Iohn- son wills her shape to Ioan Schumacher. Robert Iohnson will his sports ability to the up and coming freshmen. Mary lean Keehn wills her short haircut to Norina Wal- lace. Carla Kelso wills her cheerleading out- fit to her successor. Robert Kerr wills all the bad words in his vocabulary to Ray Kuhrts. Dave Klemz wills all his aches and pains during the basketball season to the opposing players of next year's team. Ian Knarr wills her student announcing duties to someone who has a pleasing voice, good articulation, and speaks English. Bud Kraft wills his fa- mous hook shot to Wade Blastic. loe Krueger wills his rapid rate of speaking to Billie lane lohnson. Nanette Kuehl wills all her soldier admirers to any one who has a lonely heart. Ruth Lansing wills all her clothes to her sis- ter, Gale. Florian Latek wills his basketball ability to Don Burrus. lim Looft, wills his ex- perience on the bench this football season to Chief Iustice of the Supreme Court, Fred M. Vinson. Wilma Ludington wills her curly hair to Donna Lamb. Cliff Magnor wills his airplane to Dave Iohnston. Audrey Martens wills her tumbling ability to Virginia Peters. Helen Mathias wills her job at Sievers to lanet Longshore. Evelyn Maudlin wills her position as Art Editor on the Valenian to Phyllis Coulter. Bob McCar- ron wills all his girl friends to some other unsuspecting, innocent soul. Charlotte Meyer wills her ability to sing on the rests in choir to Iudy Prentiss. Dave Miller wills his curly hair to Bruce Douglas. Bob Miller wills his bones to the Biology Lab for further study. Asaneth Moneypenny wills her music con- test rating to Pete Paul. Marjorie Murphy wills her Valenian editorship to any junior fpreferably one who can read and writel. Ioanne Muster wills her ability to reach the high notes to next year's soprano sec- tion in choir. Josephine Muster wills her typ- ing ability to Mr. William. lack Ohlfest wills his piano playing ability to Larry Hofferth. Charlotte Orange wills her peroxide streaks to all the blondes in V. H. S. Charles Oyler wills his center position on the football team to Ierry Gott. Ianet Parry wills her piccolo to Howard Chambers. George Phillips wills the presidency of the Student Council to anyone who knows the "Pledge of Allegi- ance." David Platts wills his synonyms for "perhaps" and "it's debatable" to Mr. May. Les Pollock wills his athletic ability to Mike I-lalus. Iames Polo wills his scientific mind to Professor Einstein. Wally Pullins wills his good humor to Mr. Dille. Dick Reed wills his build to lohn Van Senus. Betty Reynolds wills her Office Practice ability to next year's student secretaries. Wayne Rice wills his "slivers" to Orville. tl-le has a cushion.J Cyn- thia Ryan wills her dimples to those who have difficulty in smiling. Richard Schau wills his height to Gary Spencer. Carol Scholl wills her paintings to Mrs. Bicknell. Ed Schroeder wills his middle name to a female member of the Lonely Hearts Club. Sharon Sexton wills her brains to her brother, Harry. Pat Shannon wills her jokes to Nancy Pearson. Dale Shatz wills his lash and cow- boy boots to Chuck "Tex" Martin, and his drivers' license to Karen Thoma. Nancy Shuf- flebotham wills her rabbit instincts to Ron- nie. Marilyn Shurr wills her quiet manner to ludy Hildreth. Gene Smith wills his "power" to Mr. Telle. Ruthann Stewart wills her en- gagement ring to Donna Gaines. Gene Stipp wills his fabulous jump shot to Gary Bozarth. Mary Swenson wills her broken reeds to Bob Kaufman. Marilyn Swift wills her quick wit to Lydia Fitzgerald. Ada Sztankay wills her twinkling eyes to Ingrid Kobjak. Melvin Til- ton wills all his female admirers to Bill Grif- fin. Charlie Trenkle wills his inspiration for poetry due to his posture in health class to Mr. Dille. Iuanita Trulock witlls her guarding ability in basketball to Linda Deck. Margaret Uban wills her drum rolls to the incoming fresh- men. Ed Visnow wills his knowledge of phys- ics to Mr. Doeden. Med Walsh wills his small size, big ears, and big nose to anyone who wants to be appealing. lim Wareham wills his ability to get kicked out of public places to lohn Donley. Mary Lou Wells wills her athletic ability to Sharon Bauer. Gene West wills his white bucks to Mr. Conkling. Don- ald Wichman wills his wisecracks in English c.lass to Mr. May for "blue" Mondays. Barbara Wilson wills her voice to Alyce Magnor. Beverly Wilson wills her bookkeep- ing job at Singer's, to Mr. Schenck. Donald Wirth wills his gait to Ronald Copas. Mike Woelfel wills his build to Mr. Willman. Mar- lene Wolfe wills her life to the school. Ieanne Wright wills her hearty laugh to Gale An- derson. Marlene Yelton wills her house near the Library to anyone writing an English 8 term paper. Bob Zell wills his black hair and dark complexion to Carl Highlan. WE, THE 1952 SENIORS, WILL OUR ESTEEMED STATUS TO THE IUNIORS. Witnessed by jbivi. Falling Action of the Story The falling action of our story of V. H. S, is only lhe beginning of our lives as we step out into the waiting world into college and jobs, followed by marriage. Swdxl - Ar r mime lo e You eqvlleg .sure ,hi College 1 Fw for the future s . do I S 171 17 . Ovh' S mc-4? me WJ! G' XXAGY XE w yov' pda O X bOl' Yknnef? his W Siilll QY l H KO elvl' bl0l"' Cox' will be mes' will bofo' X10 G bei' NN M Slnileg from Ph , G blllilfyegs WOrjd of -i . s sr-i . . e .. ,Q f va. sg K, , 2. " - -i. ,M X ' jr r, A , A , 5- -Q K ,a r in so My - W A A 3 K if x"ZfMi,l 'Q 'w.11ffc , ' 3605 .9 .. lark, S . 1 for the ta 73 n i W' Yin ' The , YH be ne-xt Vjchmb Qing in th Qfly . 9 Ulllql-He Hn I CLASS PROPHECY The engines started, everyone fastened their belts and opened their mouths to keep their ears from popping, and the space ship piloted by Charles Oyler and Clifford Mag- nor, with stewardesses Mary Iohnson and Charlotte Meyer, took off from Earth for an interplanetary tour in the year 2052. The first stop was Marsville, which was an emergency because loan Casey had a severe toothache which was administered to by a Marsville dentist, Richard Bundy and his assistant, Maxine Bartz. David Dowd, Florian Latek, Robert Zell, Bob Gingerich, and Robert Doud went next door from the dentist's office to the barber shop. They were surprised to find Lee Roy Anderson as its owner and Bob Kerr, Tom Book, and Ioe Krueger as his helpers. With the toothache and haircuts attended to, we decided to give the city a once-over. Discovering that we were hungry, we stopped at a drive-inn owned by Wayne Rice and Beverly Wilson for planetburgers and atomic malts. We were waited on by Bettimae Wilson, Audrey'Mar- tens, and Mary Lou Wells. Noticing a billboard advertising a wres- tling match, we decided to attend and found the wrestlers to be "Gypsy Io" Muster and Mary "Mighty Atlas" Swenson. Once again we boarded the space ship, this time for Luna City on the Moon. On the way, we nearly collided with tiny space car driven by Charlie Trenkle. We noticed his passengers were Dick Reed, Iim Wareham, Don Greaves, Wally Pullins, and Dick Schau. Rita Dalke, Marilyn Shurr, Sharon Flick, Io- Ann Bartz, Pat Shannon, and Marge Gill be- came ill with space fever, so we stopped at Saturntown where "Doc" Ioe Bigelow treated them. Also living in Saturntown were Dale "Lefty Frizzel" Shatz, a ranch-owner, his wife, formerly Nancy Shufflebotham, and his cow- hands, foreman George Phillips, Ed Schroe- der, Don Brown, Bob Miller, Don Black, and Earl Blackney. We decided that there was ample time to attend the circus, and saw its performers were Charles Brown, ringmaster, "Dot" Ehrhardt, Margaret Iohnson, Mary Cargo and Ada Sztankay, Aerialists, Dale Ellis, lim Looft, Ed Visnow, Iim Bozik, and Don Wirth, clowns, trick riders Ruthann Stew- art, contortionist, lack Ohlfest, and tightrope walker, Marlene Yelton. At last we arrived at Luna City. We found the citizens, the "Lunatics," to be very friend- ly people, especially since we knew many of them. The first night we attended the opera, "Romiette and lulio," with Ioanne Muster the prima donna, and Ronnie Eckert, her leading man. We also saw the stage show, "Mac and Beth" with its stars, David Platts and Ruth Lansing. We toured the Luna Gazette of which Margie Murphy was the editor, Gene Smith, the printer, and Dave Miller and Bob Mc- Carron, copyboys. We walked past the Law firm of Ryan, Douglas, and Inman. We learned that Nanette Kuehl had won the mayoralty of the city over Charles Kraft, and were also privileged to witness the great Spaceball championship won by Lester Pol- lock, Dave Klemz, Gene Stipp, Gene West and Charles Dowd, under Med "Ears" Walsh's coaching. On our way to a bathing beauty con- test, traffic was held up by a bevy of females, Sue Black, Mary Lou Gibbs, Wilma Green, Ruth Horner, Mary Iean Keehn, and Helen Mathias, who were chasing the dashing movie star, Michael Woelfel. He ducked into the stage door and collapsed in the arms of Carolyn Scholl, an actress. The contest judges, Iohn Gilbert, Don Wichman, Dale Homan, and Iim Cavanaugh had difficulty in selecting a winner from Ian Knarr, lean Wright, Iackie Allison, Betty Daniel, Carol Ingman, Laurel Ashbaugh, Wilma Ludington, and many others. While strolling through beautiful Luna Park, we stopped to chat with Mrs. Evie fMaudlinD Stoner and.Charlotte COrangel Ransom who were giving their children an airing. They informed us that the scientists lim Polo and. Marie Uban had concocted "Uraniyummres," a BANG-up breakfast treat, Shirley Athens and Carla Kelso were oper- ating a hospital for the broken-hearted, Mar- lene Wolfe had worked her way up from office secretary to the position of principal of LHS, Marilyn Swift owned a meat-packing agency, Bob lohnson was manufacturing ba- by powder, lanet Parry finally got her wish, which was to own grocery chain stores or every planet, Bob Eigelsbach had become a universally known track champion, and Asaneth Moneypenny, was directing the Iupiter Orchestra. Wondering about the rest of our former classmates, we learned that Barbara Wilson had been arrested by Sheriff Iohn Hurley for singing too loud and waking up all the planetary inhabitants, that Sharon Sexton, Betty Reynolds, Nita Trulock, Martha Irons, and Helen Hall were kept busy in the drive- in run by Mel Tilton. We arrived home thoroughly thrilled at having a trip such as this and seeing our friends once again, but a sudden thought came to mind that we were the only ones from the Class of '52 who still llived on "Terra Firma." VALENIAN NP 4g dutlwfm, 014 jim. Sony. 519' 9-45. gm 'sf 7 T311 Q- qs., MSN 1 1- lov Sharon X"C.F" Herb Marnie Q, . -' .ff sl Q, Q 5 The oiily way tho iiicmy memories ot our hiitli :school doys can be preserved is through our yenriicnli lt hm: filwcrys been the cus- tom fit V, ll S lor the soriior closs to iyulolish the Vuleriiori The actual work ot ploririiricg the book, tulciriq the picturess, and writiriq tho ctrticles is ccxrriecl ori by G Group ol seniors oloriq with their junior osnaistoiits on the Stott, They Dole 7- rx,-. xp Q ali' .f lofrmif- livie will never forgot the faticlzy rfrizte urns ol the pictures, their coretul thciifrlit 1:1 criiiir flfllflfil the write-ups, cmd the lrizst iiiiriute fl13Sll to meet the cleod-line. The senior closs os rr whole tcrlces port lri puttinq out the book by fzelliriq cfiricly firicl ice creuiii iii sachool during the rioon hour, offer School, cmd ot the oosketlvall VJCIIIICH Below - Top How: llnle Shfztz lhxve Miller Allqn TUX lov limelow llerli lloiiqlusr Mr Stewart Bottom How: lfvvlyrr Miiudliri, Mtriorie Murphy, lotmntg Mug, Below - Left to Right: K'-rr lTffVv'T1lfl'1, filtlIlf'Y fliov ter, Shnrori Flick, Imi Knorr ers, Phylhu Coulter, Nciricy Allffld lp, "" l--1 Q, "5 S 1 Annen, R Afteld, Nancy 20, 44, 54, 75 Allison, Iacguelyn 57 Anderson, ail 45, 50 Anderson, lrene 21, 45, 50 Anderson, Lee 33, 57 Anderson, Shirle 20, 44, 54 ichard 32, 54 Appleby, Karen lo 50 Armstron , Thomas 41, 50 Ashbaugg, Laurel 31, 32, 44, 57 Athens, Shirley 20, 26, 57 Babcock, Richard 52 Bach, Paul 52 Bademan, Louise 20, 44, 54 Bademan, Marian 21, 45, 50 Balcom, Phyllis 44, 54 Bamesber er, Marcia 20, 24, 33, 44 Barber, Idlm 50 Barkley, Margaret 21, 45, 52 Bartz, Bartz, o Ann 20, 22, 26, 57 Maxine 20, 31, 57 Bartz, Norma 21, 45, 50 Bauer, Karlene 45, 50 Bauer, Mary Helen 21, 45 Bauer, Roland 52 Bauer, Sharon, 19, 20, 44, 54 Beck, Lois 28, 33, 50 Bednar, Donna 20, 55 Beeq, Emil 31, 52 Benke, Lorn 50 Benningholf, Carol 50 Benningholl, Wayne 29, 54 Bergslien, Elaine 50 Berkoski, Robert 36, 55 Berndt, Marshall 52 Berrier, Kenneth 30, 54 Berrler, Leonard 52 Bickel, Robert 23, 32, 52 Bigelow, lose h 22, 23, 26, 30, 34, Bugs, Binze Mary 435, 50 Vaughn 27, 43, 53 Blackl:1Carol 21, 45, so Black, David 37, 41, 52 Black, Donald 57 Black, Fred 50 Black, Ianet 45, 52 Black, Gerald 28, 29 Black, Sue 20, 58 Blackney, Earl 32, 58 lohnson, Blaney, Norma lean 50 Blastic, Wade 37, 41, 52 Bledsoe, Sharon 21, 50 Bond, lean 32 Book, Beda 33, 44, 54 Book, Thomas 58 Borth, Richard 22, 23, 26, 29, 54 Bowman, Geor?e 41, 50 Boyce, Rance 9, 50 Bozarth, Gary 33, 38, 54 Bozik, Iames 26, 46, 58 Brehmer, Marian 21, 45, 50 Britton, Dorotha 21, 33, 45, 50 Brobeck, Mary 28, 33 Brown Allen 36, 54 Brown: Alvin 54 Brown, Carol 21, 33, 45, 52 Brown, Charles 58 Brown, David 30, 32, 46, 54 Brown, Donald 22, 23, 24, 26, 30, 34, Brown, Gene 33, 42 Brown, lames 30, 34, 38, 41, 52 Brown, Iudith 21, 45, 54 Brown, ludy 20, 26, 44, 50 Brown, Robert 27, 29, 32, 52 Brownell, Nancy 21, 25, 45, 52 Bundy, Marilyn 25, 52 Bundy, Richard 23, 26, 30, 56, 58 Burns, Robert 54 Burrus, Donald 22, 26, 50 , 54 36, 57, 75 36, 56, 58 Butterfield, William 30, 35, 36, 42, 54 Buzalski, Maurice 32, 54 Cantwa , Roland 26, 30, 33, 54 Cargo, Mary 58 Carter, Frances 21, 45, 50 Casbon, Mary 21, 50 Case, Ianet 21, 22, 52 Casey. loan 13, 20, 25, 33, 59 Cavanaugh, lames 42, 59 Cavanau h, Michael 30, 38, 42, 54 Chaffer, Edward 53 Chambers, Howard 26, 32, 54 Chester, Margaret 21, 27, 45, 52 Church, Royal 53 Clark, Beverl 52 Clark, Dillarc? 52 Clark, Gerald 26. 43, 54 Claussen, lanet 52 Cleveland, Margaret 33, 50 Clifford, Edward 28, 33, 54 Clifford, Eugene 29, 52 Coates, Harold 41, 52 STUDENT INDEX Cole, Elaine 50 Cole, Wayne 36, 37, 41, 52 Cook, Marvalene 28, 44, 54 Coote, Philip 32, 52 Copas, Ronald 33, 50 Cornell, Charles 29, 52 Coulter, Diane 21, 45, 50 Coulter Larr 50 Coulter, Phylhs 44, 54, 75 Coulter, Roger 54 Crook, Eleanor 45, 52 Cross, Paul S0 Crowe, Marlene 33, 50 Crumpacker, Margaret 33, 52 Crumpacker, Patricia 33, 50 Dalke, Margery 15, 20, 44, 54 Dalke, Rita 20, 31, 59 Dalke, Sharon 29, 31, 33, 54 Daniel, Betty 59 Daniel, Robert 41, 50 Daniels, Donald 33, 36, 50 Danielson, Steve 37, 52 Davis, Paul 50 De Armitt, Mariann 52 Deck, lames 52 Deck, Linda 21, 25, 45, 52 Dennis, Mary 44, 54 Deu, Mahlon 50 Dick, William 31, 43, 52 Dillingham, Richard 29, 42, 52 Dodge, Montie 46, 52 Doelling, Amanda 21, 45, 52 Doelling, Iames 29 Doelling, Ianet 33, 52 Domke, Mary Ellen 25, 33, 44, 54 Dommer, Audrey 21, 52 Donley, lohn 43, 54 Doolittle, Phoebe 28, 45, 50 Doran, Donna 15, 20, 44, 54 Dorris, lules 23, 46, 52 Doud, Robert 32, 59 Douglas, Bruce 37, 41, 52 Douglas, Herbert 23, 26, 30, 34, 36, Dowd, Barbarajean 44, 54 Dowd, Charles 30, 39, 59 Dowd, David 59 Dowd, Thomas 37, 52 Downing, Kenneth 22, 23, 30, 35, 36 Dresden, Della 50 Dufialo, Dorothl 28, 33, 50 Duncan, Ioyce 5, 32, 54 Duncan, Roberta 21, 45, 52 Duncan, Ronald 54 Eavetl, lack 43, 52 Eckert, Ronald 23, 32, 60 Edgecomb, Donald 50 Edinger, George 43, 54 Edwards, Shirley 33, 50 , Ehrhardt, Dorothy 13, 20, 31, 44, 60 Eiaelsbach, Robert 23, 30, 42, 60 Ellis, Dale 32, 60 Ellis, Ianet 31 Endsley, Marguerite 20, 33, 44, 54 Endsley, Royann 21, 25, 33, 45, 52 Engel, Gene 24, 32, 50 Evers, Margaret 52 Fischer, lames 50 Fitzgerald, Lydia 21, 25, 45, 52 Flick, Sharon 20, 33, 44, 60, 75 Flude, Robert 32, 50 Foley, Shirley 33, 45, 52 Foreman, Iac uelyn 52 Fox, George 29, 52 Frank, Thomas 33, 37, 41, 50 Frost, Gaius 37 Fry. De Loss 43, 52 Fuhr, Donald 52 Gaines, Donna 33, 52 Garrison, Myron 52 Garrison, Paul 37, 41 Gast, Carroll 41, 43, 52 Gast, David 54 Gibbs, Mary Lou 28, 31, 60 Gilbert, lohn 60 Gill, Marjorie 20, 31, 32, 44, 60 Ginqerich, Robert 61 Girard, Robert 29, 37, 41, 50 Girard, Ruthe 54 G ld M t 50 o , argare Gott, Gera d 23, 30, 34, 36, 54 Gramps, Edmund 54 Gray, Iacquelgn 20, 54 Gray, Ieanne 0, 54 Gray, Norma 50 Greaves, Donald 61 Green, Donald 29, 30 Green, Wilma 25, 33, 44, 51 76 59, 75 ,42, 54, 75 Greenwell, Iames 50 Greenwell, Marg 50 Grieger, Gene 2, 27, 52 Griffin, William 27, 36, 37, 41, 52 Grunau, Daniel 24, 30, 33, 43, 54 Guernseaf, Edward 50 Gumz, arlene 21, 50 Hall, Barbara 45, 50 Hall, Helen 61 Hall, Howard 50 Halus, Michael 37, 50 Hamacher, Duane 29, 32, 50 Hamann, Gene 30, 52 Harrington, Marie 27, 28, 31, 52 Hauff, Thomas 52 Hawes, Harold 41, 50 Hayes, Iune 54 Helmick, Patricia 20, 44, 54 Hendricks, Darlene 54 Hendricks, William 29, 41, 50 Henricks, Mary Ann 20, 29, 44, 54 Hershman, Mary Lee 45, 50 Highlan, Highlan, Carl 52 lean 33 Hildreth, Ianet 15, 21, 25, 45, 52 Hildreth, Iudith 21, 25, 45, 52 Hildreth, Kay 21, 45, 50 Hildreth, Pamela 21, 25, 33, 45, 52 Hildreth Patricia 21, 27, 33, 45, 52 1-llll, Afl'29, 52 Hiller, William 22, so Hines, Thomas 54 Hofferth, Larry 29, 37, 41, 50 Hofferth, Roger 15, 23, 29, 43, 54 Holt, Clifford Homan, Dale 61 Horan, Doroth 24, 44, 54 Horner, Ruth 20, 44, 61 Howe, Marlene 50 Howell, Donald 50 Howser, Peter 50 Hurley, Iohn 61 Hutson, Mary 52 lngman, Carol 20, 26, 33, 61 Inman, leffrey 32, 62 Inman, Sally 21, 33, 50 Irons, Irene 21, 50 Irons, Martha 20, 31, 62 Isenhour, Ioyce 53 lensen, Diane 21, 25, 45, 52 lohnson, Margaret 62 Iohnson, Marjorie 62 Iohnson, Mary 33, 52 lohnson, Mary E. 13, 15, 20, 33, 44 lohnson, Maxine 25, 32, 45, 52 lohnson, Robert 30, 34, 36, 42, 52 Willa Iane 55 lohnston, David 15, 29, 54 Iones, Barbara 52 Iones, Iacqueline 52 Iones, leanne 50 lox, Allen 22, 33, 54, 75 Iustice, Marilyn 21, 45, 52 Kacher, lanet 20, 44, 54 Kacher. leanne 21, 45, S0 Karampas, George 53 Kaufman, Glenda Sue ", 52 Kaufman, Robert 32, 54 Keating, Charles 23, 52 Keating, Iames 50 Keehn, Mary lean 20, 33, 62 Kelso, Carla 15, 20, 26, 62 Kerns, Dorothy 52 Kerr, Robert 23, 32, 63 Ketterman, Iune 52 Kitchen, Frank 29, 52 Klein, George 29, 53 Klemz, David 30, 38, 56, 63 Knarr, lan 13, 20, 29, 56, 63, 75 Kneifel, lack 54 Kobjak, In rid 20, 54 Kozlenko, Barbara 21, 25, 53 Kraft, Charles 30, 35, 36, 42, 63 Krebs, Charles 37, 41, 50 Kreider, K Mary Sue 21, 22, 24, 45, 5 I h 63 rueger, ose Kruse. Claus 53 Kuehl, Edwin 50 Kuehl, Nannette 20, 44, 63 Kuehl, Robert 53 Kuhrts, Ra mond 22, 30, 37, 42, 53 Kulis, Iacol: 30, 54 Kyes, Betty lean 45, 53 Kyes, Donald 41, 50 Kyes, William 50 0 Lamb, Donna 21, 33, 45, 50 Lambert, Karen 21, 45, 51 Lambert, Phyllis 21, 25, 45, 53 Lansing, Gail 51 Lansing: Ruth 20, 25, 63 Latek, lorian 26, 63 Le Pell, Ioanne 20, 44, 54 Le Pell, Kay 21, 53 Lindseyi. lanet 27, 53 Lines, obert 41, 51 Lines, Ronald 23, 30, 36, 41, 53 Little, Walter 27 Lloyd, Susan 21, 24, 45, 53 Longshore, Ianet 20, 33, 44, 54 Loo t, Iames 26, 30, 33, 35, 36, 43, 64 Louderback, Katherine 44, 54 Ludington, Wilma 44, 64 Magnor, Alyce 25, 33, 53 Magnor, Clifford 64 Magnuson, Myrna 28, 33, 51 Manago, Herbert 54 Mann, Ianice 20, 54 Marimon, Iohn 46, 53 Marshall, Glen 54 Martens, Audrey 31, S4 Martin, Charles 41, 51 Massom, Charles 36, 54 Massom, Richard 53 Masters, Shelia 15, 21, 27, 45, 53 Mathias, Helen 31, 64 Maudlin, Evelyn 20, 64, 75 Maudlin, Ioyce 54 Mauser, August 32, 41, 54 Maxw Maxw ell, Ann 20, 24, 44, 55 ell, Mary lane 25, 44, 55 Meadows, Ruby 25, 53 Mertz, Roy 51 Meyer, Charlotte 25, 33, 44, 64 Meyer, Phyllis 25, 45, 53 Miles, Donald 53 Miller, Ann 33, 45, 53 Miller, David 23, 24, 26, 65, 75 Miller Lois 20, 22, 29, 33, 44, 55 Miiieff Mary Ann 21, 45, sa Miner, Robert 23, ao, 34, se, 42, 65 Milles Iames 41, 51 Mohlke, Byron 41, 51 Moneypenng, Asaneth 65 Montone , hirleg 32, 55 Morris, 'lxiomas 2 , 26, 36, 43, 55 Murphy, Marjorie 20, 24, 32, 44, 65, 75 Murvihill, Iames 26, 32, 55 Muster, Iames 51 Muster, loanne 13, 20, 24, 33, 65, 75 Muster. losephine 24, 31, 65 Myers. lohn 51 Myers, Trent 55 McCallum, Mary 24, 27, 53 McCarran, Robert 26, 30, 33, 35, 36, 42 McColley, Elsie 33 McColley, Melvin 32 McConnell, Phillip 55 McDaniels, Allen 51 McDonald, Iames 36, 43, 55 McDonald, Thomas 33, 36, 37, 41, 51 McDowell, Carolene 32, 55 McFarland, Audrey 33, 51 McGill, Barbara 21, 51 McKellips, Faith 20, 33, 44, 55 McKinney, Dorothy 21, 53 McKinney, Helen 1, 45, 51 Nelson, Nancy 20, 26, 55 Nicholas, Phy lis 21, 45, 53 Nickel, Dieter 53 Nickel, Leonore 45, 51 Nuppnau, Paul 33, 41, 51 O'Barr, Freida 21, 45, 51 Odle, Earl 51 Ohlfest, Carol 21, 33, 51 Ohlfest, lack 23, 31, 32, 65 Olas, Nancy Io 51 Oldham, Ianet 28, 33, 51 Orange, Charlotte 20, 44, 65 Oyler, Catherine 55 I Oyler, Charles 26, 30, 34, 36, 42, 66 ParrY. lanet 20, 24, 32, 44, 66 Pasley Mary Frances Paul, Clarence 32, 53 Paulsen, Sondra 51 Paxton, Verne 29. 41, 53 Peace, Shirley 31, 55 Pearson, Nancy 20, 44, 55 Pearson, Phyllis 21, 45, 51 Pedavoli, Mario 29, 30, 55 Pedavoli, Rita 25, 45, 51 I ,64 STUDENT INDEX Peters, Eugene 55 Peters, Virginia 45, 51 Peterson, Robert 22, 41, 51 Phillips, George 19, 22, 23, 30, 34, 36, 66 Phillips, Ieanne 20, 44, 55 Phillips, Ioan 21, 53 Phillis, Charles 30, 51 Platts, David 23, 24, 28, 66 Poehler, Robert 51 Pollock, Lester 30, 34, 36, 38, 42, 66 Polo, Iames 22, 42, 66 Porch, Fern 27, 53 Porter, Sue 21, 51 Prentiss, Harold 53 Prentiss, ludith 20, 26, 33, 44, 55 Prentiss, Rita 33, 53 Principe, Richard 53 Pullins, Walter 66 Rader, Ann 51 Ralston, Carol 51 Reason, Charles 55 Redmon, Bernard 51 Redmon, Iaccguelyn 53 Reed, Peter 1 Reed, Richard 23, 26, 66 Reibly, Iames 29 Resh, Harold 30, 51 Reynolds, Betty 31, 67 Rhoda, Eugene 38, 53 Rice, Wayne, 307 38, 67 Richards, Iames 26, 36, 41, 55 Richardson, Marlene 55 Riley, Lulu lo 53 Ritz, Robert 51 Roberts, Loretta 45, 51 Roberts, Marvin 23, 29, 55 Roberts, Shirley 20, 44, 55 Robinson, Marion 51 Rockwell, Robert 51 Roher, Lucille 20, 44, 55 Ronco, Daniel 28, 51 Ronco, loseph 30, 41, 55 Ronneau, Gerald 53 Roy, Robert 22, 23, 24, 26, 30, 55 Ryan, Cynthia 20, 67 Sabo, Roberta 20, 33, 44, 55 St. Clair, Robert 30, 37, 53 Sandburg, Dorothy 53 Scarbrough, Marie 21, 31, 45, 53 Schau, Kenneth 51 Schau, Phyllis 20, 25, 55 Schau, Richard 67 Schau, Ronald 41, 51 Schenk, Ioan 21, 31, 53 Schenk, Robert 41, 51 Schneegas, Dorothy 33 Schoebohm, Sonia 33, 55 Scholl, Carolyn 20, 33, 67 Schroeder, Edward 30, 34, 36, 67 Schroeder, Iames 36, 55 Schroeder, Ianet 21, 45 Schultz, Sandra 33, 45, 51 Sch'umacker, Bruce 43, 55 Schumacher, Ioanne 25, 33, 44, 55 Schumacher, Iudith 53 Scott, Vonda lane 51 Selman, Arden 53 Selman, Beverly 25, 55 Sexton, Harold 53 Sexton, Sharon 31, 87 Seykowski, Donald 22, 32, 37, 53 Shannon, Patricia 31, 44, 67 Shatz, Dale 23, 26, 68, 75 Shelton, Sue 51 Sherrick, Wallace 32, 53 Shinabarger, Marvin 30, 34, 36, 43, 53 Shook, Marjorie 27, 32, 53 Shufflebotham, Nancy 20, 24, 44, 68 Shufflebotham, Ronald 24, 53 Shurr, Marilyn 13, 20, 22, 26, 68 Siders, Martha 55 Sievers, Shirle 20, 33, 44, 55, 75 Silhavy, losepli 51 Simpson, Carol 24, 27, 45, 53 Skinner, Ianice 33, 53 Slagle, Virgil 51 Slocum, Diane 20, 24, 44, 55 Slocum, Iames 41, 51 Small, Nancy 32, 55 Small, Patricia 51 Smith, Donald 33, 53 Smith, Gene 32, 68 Soliday, Elmer 53 Somner, Ola Mae 51 Spenser, Gar 37, 41, 51 Sprouse, PhyHis 25, 55 Stachowski, Iames 55 Stalbaum, Norman 55 Starkey, William 53 Steele, Albert 27, 53 Steele, Mary Ann 21, 51 77 Stewart, Gwendolyn 20, 44, 55 Stewart, Ruthann 0, 25, 68 Stinchfield, Charles 29, 43, 55 Stinson, Lou 53 Stipp, Eugene 30. 39, 68 Stipp, Ronald 41, 51 Stoler, Nancy 21, 51 Story, lrene 53 Struve, Louise 55 Swarner, David 26, 55 Swenson, Mary 32, 44, 68 Swenson, Nancy lo 21, 33, 51 Swift, Marilynne 26, 44, 68 Swift, Wayne 37, 41, 51 Swynenberg, Karen 21, 25, 45, 53 Swynenberg, Kay 21, 22, 45, 51 Sztankay, Ada Eve 20, 69 Sztankay, Zolton 41, 51 Tackett, Marcia 21, 51 Tarnow, Anna 20, 26, 29 Tauck, Reinhardt, 30, 38, 42, 55 Taylor, lohn 23, 26, 55 Tharp, Betty lean 45, 53 Thoma, Karen 32, 45, 53 Ticknor, Charles 53 Tilton, Melvin 23, 30, 34, 36, 42, 69 Toms, Wilber 53 Topper, Betty 51 Trenkle, Charles 23, 28, 69 Treseler, Edward 37, 51 Trulock, Eugene 42, 55 Trulock, Iuanita 24, 29, 44, 69 Tucker, Ella 51 Tudor, Elizabeth 21, 51 Tudor, Rosalee 51 Turner, Thomas 23, 33, 55 Uban, Marie 20, 24, 32, 44, 69 Umbach, Stephanie 51 Upton, Dean 41 Urschel, Ann 21, 33, 45, 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