Wabash High School - Sycamore Yearbook (Wabash, IN)
- Class of 1945
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Lieutenant Paul Bishop
New Guinea-February 19. 1944
Captain Duane Collinge
Burma-September 30. 1944
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Private First Class James Rudolph Kessler
Luzon-Ianuary 28. 1945
Staff-Sergeant Melvin Kuhlow
France-Iuly 12. 1944
Captain Paul Lamale
South Paciiic-February 24. 1944
Private First Class Franklin Machmer
Luzon-February 10. 1945
Lieutenant Dwight McCrock1in
In flight over Italy-September 3. 1943
Sergeant Raymond McPheeters
France-February 4, 1945
Lieutenant Iames Neighbours, U. S. N.
Negros Island-September 13. 1944
Private First Class Bernard E. Plum
Iwo lima-February 27. 1945
Lieutenant George Porter
Philippine Prison Camp--May 21. 1943
Staff-Sergeant Willard Price
Over Germany-October 6, 1944
Sergeant Harold Rudicel
France-December 19, 1944
T15 George Sabo
Mindanao-March 10, 1945
Technical-Sergeaht .George Simpson
Gennany-Niiiixmber 30, 1944
Holland-October 3, 1944
Private First Class Robert Wolff
Germany--December 1, 1944
OWEN l. NEIGHBOURS
A. B., Westem Maryland College
Ph. M., University of Chicago
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Wabash High School appreciates the efficient and enthusiastic direction of Mr. Owen I.
Neighbours, who has been the superintendent of the Wabash Schools for twenty-nine years.
Although his duties do not bring him into direct contact with the students, everyone in W. H. S.
knows and respects Mr. Neighbours.
The School Board is the policy-making body for the Schools. Under the leadership of
Mr. Owen I. Neighbours, the superintendent of Wabash schools, with the cooperation of the
teachers, elected by the board, the educational program is determined.
The present board consists of Mr. Iohn V. Beamer, who has served nine years, Mr. F rank
Rettig, who has served seven years: and Dr. George B. Fults, who has served five years.
These men devote a great deal of time in conscientious service to the schools of Wabash.
Miss Mary Little is the efficient clerk for the school board and the superintendent.
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Mr. Iohn V. Beamer Mr. Frank Rettig Dr. George B. Fults
President Secretary Treasurer
LEEWELL H. CARPENTER
A. B., Miami University
A. M., University of Chicago
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Mrs. Perry Cross
Your school administration appreciates deeply the
sincere spirit of co-operation which you, the students and
faculty, have given during the fourth school year of our
country at war. Countless details have been added to
the already heavy work of the office. These have been
efficiently cleared largely through the loyal assistance
of Mrs. Cross, the school secretary. Thank you, every-
one, for this spirit at Wabash High School.
.f,L,6CW6ll gf. Carpenter
Quite often our school has been praised for attaining high goals and
achievements: and usually the student body is the recipient of the praise.
Thus, the real framework of the school, the faculty, has remained in the back-
ground. Although these times are strenuous for the students, they are prob-
ably more difficult for the faculty. We appreciate the spirit displayed by the
teachers and our principal in endeavoring to cooperate with the students
Wabash High School is tmly fortunate in possessing such a splendid and
ELDON E. BABNHART
Ph. B., University of Chicago
A. B., Indiana University
AVIS CLARK, R. N.
Grant County Hospital of Nursing
E. W. EDELEN
B. E., Dekalb College
PHIL N. ESKEW
A. B., Oakland City College
M. S., Indiana University
MARCII.E E. HAHN
A. B., Manchester College
Ph. B., University of Chicago
I. AUSTIN HOLLOWAY
B. S., Ball State Teachers College
Shop, Mechanical Drawing
A. B., DePauw University
English, Spanish, French
A. R. IINKS
A. B., Hanover College
Arthur Iordon Conservatory
A. B., DePauw University
A. B., Butler University
Educational Guidance, Hea
A. B., University of Illinois
CECILIA E. MILLS
A. B., Manchester College
BERTHA T. PORTER
St. Mary's Academy
B. S., DePauw University
ROBERT L. RITCHIE
A. B., Manchester College
Indiana State Normal
IOHN R. TATUM
B. S., Indiana University
THERON R. TEWKSBURY
B. S., Colgate University
VERA U. WILSON
B. S., Columbia University
M. A., Columbia University
A. B., Oxford College
M. S., Indiana University
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Ever since our freshman days we seniors have looked forward to our
senior year and graduation. Now with one almost over and the other near,
with reluctance and nostalgia we approach our leaving Wabash High. There
are many memories of friends, teachers, and experiences we hate to have be-
come things of the past. But since we are leaving, we will never forget the
pleasures the four years of high school have given us.
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Ioyce Bowlby ..... .... . -President
Dan Cowen ....... Vice-President
Marcella Moore .r.v,.. Sec.-Treas.
Ray Fingerle .l.... Athletic Board
Dan Ray Joyce Marcella
HELEN M. ABSHIRE
Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: M. F. F.
Rhinie Club: Debate.
M. F. F.: G. A. A.: Rhinie Club: Art
Club: Science Club: Band, Drum Ma-
jorette: Senior Play.
DONALD L. ANDERSON
Science Club: Rhinie Club.
Science Club: H.-Y: Football 4.
DAVID E. BARNHART
Library Club: Fleur-de-Lis: Student
Council 4: Band Captain 4: Tennis.
Captain l: W Club: Science Club:
MARTHA I. BARRUS
M. F. F.: G. A. A.: Science Club.
THELMA I. BENNETT
Band: M. C. L., Secretary 4: C. D. S.,
Treasurer 4: Sycamore Staff.
Debate: Orange and Black: M. F. F.:
M. C. L.: Inter-Nos, Secretary-Treas-
urer 3-4, Treasurer 4: Fleur-de-Lis: Li-
brary Club: Rhinie Club: Senior Play.
M. F. F.: M. C. L., vice-president 4:
G. A. A., Point Manager: C. D. S.:
Student Council 3: Class President 4:
Home Economics Club.
WILLIAM E. BOWMAN
Football 4: Hi-Y: W-Club: Sycamore,
Editor: Dramatics: Iunior Red Cross
Council 1: Senior Play.
MARY ELIZABETH BROWN
Basketball: Major Letter 4.
ROBERT L. CONNER
Band, Drum Major 3-4: Student Coun-
cil 3: Junior Red Cross Council 2:
Rhinie Club: Hi-Y: M. C. L.: Track:
Science Club: Sycamore Staff.
BETTY l. COON
G. A. A.: C. D. S.: M. F. F.
DAN CAREY COWEN
Rhinie Club: W-Club: Class Vice-
President l: Sycamore Staff: Science
Club: Iunior Red Cross Council 2:
Student Council 3-4: Hi-Y, Secretary-
Treasurer 4, Vice-President 4: Class
Vice-President 4: Football, All Confer-
ence 4, All State 4.
Band, Sergeant 4.
DARL L. DHISCOLL
Hi-Y: W-Club: Basketball.
Entered from LaFontaine 1943: Band:
M. F. F.: Dramaticsp Orange and
Black, Circulation Manager: Library
Club: Home Economics Club: G. A. A.
LENA MAE EVANS
Home Economics Club: Art Club:
G. A. A.
l. D. EWING
G. A. A.: M. F. F. Vice-President 4:
Library Club, President 3, Vice-Pres-
ident 4: Yell Leader 4: Sycamore
Staff: Rhinie Club: Iunior Play: Sen-
Student Council 3: W. Club: Track:
Sycamore Staff: Athletic Board 4.
Hi-Y: C. D. S., President: Iunior Red
Cross Council 3.
G. .A. A.: Art Club.
Rhinie Club, Secretary l: G. A. A.:
Economics Club: Iunior Red Cross
Council: Science Club: Senior Play:
M. C. L.
Science Club: Hi-Y.
MARY ALICE GOODLANDER
M. F. F.: G. A. A.: Rhinie Club.
President: Dramatics: Science Club:
Orange and Black: Fleur-de-Lis : Home
Economics Club: Sycamore Staff,
Assistant Editor: Library Club: Iunior
Play: Senior Play.
Rhinie Club: W. Club: Science Club:
Library Club: Basketball: Track:
Fleur-de-Lis: Athletic Board: Student
Council 3: Iunior Red Cross Council.
BETTY ANN GURTNER
Rhinie Club, Secretary: Dramatics:
Fleur-de-Lis: Sycamore Staff: Class
Secretary 2: Student Council: Orange
and Black: Iunior Play: Senior Play.
ALICE M. HALE
Entered from Senn, Chicago, Illinois,
1944: Cheer Leader: Dramatics:
M. F. F.
Band: Home Economics Club: G.A.A.
Entered from Kokomo, 1943: Hi-Y:
W. Club: Football: Basketball: Iunior
Red Cross Council: Sycamore Staff.
M. F. F.: G. A. A.: Library Club: Yell
Leader 3: Class Secretary-Treasurer 3:
MARY E. HAWLEY
M. F. F.: G. A. A.: Hhinie Club: Art
Club: Science Club: Orange and
Black: Yell Leader 4: Home Econom-
ics Club: Sycamore Staff: Library
Club: Senior Play.
Entered from Peru in 1942: G. A. A.
PHYLLIS L. HIPSKIND
M. F. F.: Inter-Nos: M. C. L.: G. A. A.
Rhinie Club: Dramatics, Director 3:
Art Club: Iunior Play 1: Iunior Play 3:
Iunior Play, Assistant Director 4: Sen-
NORMA IEAN IEFFERSON
Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: Sycamore
Staff: Senior Play.
Hi-Y: Band, Sergeant 4: Rhinie Club.
M. F. F., President 4: M. C. L.: G. A. A.:
C. D. S., Secretary 4: Rhinie Club:
Student Council: Band, Sergeant 3,
lst Lieutenant 4: Sycamore Staff'
Dramatics: Science Club: Hi-Y: Syca-
more Staff: Track: Senior Play.
WANDA MAE KIEFER
Entered from P. A. Allen High School
Bluffton, Indiana in 1945: G. A. A.
Home Economics Club.
MARILYN IEAN KINTNER
M. F. F.: M. C. L.: Iunior Red Cross
Council: Home Economics Club:
Hi-Y: Science Club: Student Council
2: Library Club.
G. A. A.: Orange and Black, Circula-
tion Manager 4.
IOHN W. LONGSTRETH
Basketball 4: Hi-Y, Chaplain 3, Sec-
retary 4, President 4: Dramatics: Sci-
ence Club, Vice-President 4: Sycamore
Staff: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Fleur-
de-Lis: W-Club: Rhinie Club: Debate:
Tennis: Senior Play.
WILLIAM L. MARKS
Hi-Y, Chaplain 4: Art Club: Sycamore
Staff: W-Club: Iunior Red Cross
Council, Vice-President 4: Rhinie
Club: Football, Honorable Mention
All Conference, Honorable Mention
C. D. S.
WILMA IEAN MARTIN
G. A. A.: C. D. S.: Rhinie Club.
RICHARD E. MARTINDALE
Entered from Linlawn, 1943: Science
Club: Iunior Red Cross Council 3.
RUSSELL L. MEYER
G. A. A.: Student Council 1: Rhinie
Club: M. F. F.
ROBERT L. MILLER
M. C. L.: Science Club, President 4.
G. A. A.: Sycamore Staff: Class Sec-
retary 4: M. F. F.: Library Club: Art
CHARLES E. MYERS
Class President 2: Hi-Y: Rhinie Club,
IAMES LEROY MCCUNE
M. C. L.: Band: Senior Play.
Entered from Urbana, 1942: G. A. A.
Class President 1: Iunior Red Cross
Council, Treasurer 4: M. F. F., Secre-
tary 4: G. A. A., President 4, Treas-
urer 1, Secretary 2: Band, Drum Ma-
jor 2: Library Club, Secretary 3: Rhi-
nie Club, Vice-President 1: Orange
and Black, Business Manager 3: Syc-
amore Staff: Senior Play: M. C. L.
G. A. A.
WILLIAM A. PITTS
IRENE M. POWELL
Entered from Somerset, 1942: G. A. A.:
Hi-Y: Band: Rhinie Club: Sycamore
Staff: Football 4, Honorable Mention
All State: Band, Sergeant: Senior
Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-arms 4: Iunior Red
Cross Council, President 3: W-Club:
Class President 2: Library Club: Rhi-
nie Club: Football, Honorable Men-
tion All Conference: Senior Play.
ROBERT K. RHAMY
M. C. L., President 4: Hi-Y: Inter Nos:
Rhinie Club: Science Club: Eagle
MARGARET ANN ROGGE
G. A. A.: Art Club: Science Club:
Home Economics Club, President 3, 4:
M. F. F.: Rhinie Club: Library Club.
CHARLES A. ROSS
Science Club: Orange and Black, Cir-
culation Manager 4: Hi-Y: Library
Club: Dramatics: Iunior Red Cross
Council 4: Student Council 3: Debate:
G. A. A.: Rhinie Club.
Art Club: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Library
Club: Rhinie Club.
Hi-Y, Vice-President 4: Science Club:
Orange and Black: Sycamore Staff:
Library Club: Debate: Rhinie Club:
G. A. A.,: M. F. F.: Band, Drum Ma-
jorette 2, 3, 4.
C. D. S., Vice-President 4: Home Eco-
nomics Club: Sycamore Staff: M. F. F.
DOROTHY L. SMITH
C. D. S.: M. F. F.: Home Economics
Club: Iunior Red Cross Council 4:
Entered from Urbana, 1944: Orange
and Black: Editor-in-chief 4: Dramat-
ics: Quill and Scroll: Home Econom-
ics Club: Band: Senior Play.
G. A. A.: Art Club: Sycamore Staff,
Assistant Art Editor: M. F. F.: Library
Club: Rhinie Club.
Hi-Y: Science Club, Secretary-Treas-
urer 4: Library Club: Student Council
G. A. A.: M. C. L.: Art Club: Dra-
matics, President4: Orange and Black,
Feature Editor 3: Student Council 3:
Sycamore Staff, Iunior Red Cross
Council 4: M. F. F., Treasurer 4: Fleur-
de-Lis: Rhinie Club: Library Club:
LORIN E. SWEAZY
Science Club: Band: Dramatics: Rhi-
nie Club: Library Club: Art Club:
Iunior Red Cross Council 2: Senior
MARY l. THOMPSON
MARY BETH TURPEN
G. A. A.: Sycamore Staff: Band, Drum
Majorette: Library Club: C. D. S.:
BETTY I. WEAVER
G. A. A.: M. F. F.
TOSEPH F. WEAVER
Football 3: Basketball 1: Hi-Y, Presi-
dent 4, Chaplain 4: Student Council,
President4: Iunior Red Cross Council:
W-Club, President 2, 3: Class Vice-
President 3: Library Club, President
4: Bhinie Club, President 1.
GEORGE F. WILSON
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Spring vacation was utilized in the
usual way by the senior play cast. We
practiced morning, aftemoon, and night
with no let up. Came the gorgeous
weather, we looked on from Room 210:
came the rain, our refuge was still 210.
Many of us lament vehemently the
pleasures we gave up to this cause, but
our complaining was part of the fun.
We all know we'l1 never forget this ex-
perience and will re-live it many times.
"Ah! Men!" had its setting in 2050.
The women had taken full reins of the
government, while their husbands re-
mained at home to take care of the
family. The men had become quite
feminine, even taking a liking to some
frills and color in their garb: the women
wore slacks all the time, and their
tastes were reverting to the masculine
line. Science was exerting an influence
on machines of war, but was unable to
solve the birth problem.
The President was a war-monger,
while a prominent isolationist, Senator
Susan Betsford, was against the third
term for the President, besides being
against war. When the country was
practically in the throes of war, the men
headed by Vicky Lauderbeck tSusan's
husbandl overthrew the government
and saved us from war. Chadwick who
came off the newly-discovered Cor-
regidor, was a descendant of our Amer-
ican heroes of this war: he became
the President of the newly organized
government and married the fonner
Hodges, the butler ............ ..
Hollingsworth, the houseboy .,.. ..
Junior ...............,.....,... . ..
Jetson, Susan's secretary .. .....
Susan Betsford. a senator ...,. Mary
Major Betsford. Susan's aunt .......,
Vicky Lauderbeck, Susan's husband...
Mr. Pfeffer. of the Gent1emen's Civic
League . .,...,..,............... .
Adele Betsford, the senator's sister ....
Lonny Esden, in Susan's employ ..,..
The Honorable Binks, another senator
The Senior Class
April 3, 1945
.. Nancy Morrow
..... Jack Kelly
.. Peggy Fedewa
. James McCune
Snell. one of the Presidents staff Betty Ann Gurtner
Henrietta Mason presidential secretary Eloise Smith
Eleanor Z. Hazlitt President of the
United States Carol Swan
John Chadwick from another century Wm Bowman
Countess Von Nau a foreign dip
lomat Inge Blumenthall
Herr Dittenhofer Homer Purdy
Corporal of the Guards Norma Jefferson
Guards and Members of the Presidential Party
Robert Schlemmer Sam Reynolds Mary Beth Turpen
Barbara Jones Pat Hauk Mary Hawley
Anna Lee Baer
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John Rockwell, President
Tom Bowman, Vice President
lean Vice, Secretary
Terry Cowen, Athletic Board
Mary Io Alexander
Roxanna F eamow
Mary F errie
Priscilla F iant
Mary Alice Scott
Mary Iane Tomson
lim Parks, President
Dick Fox, Vice President
lane Browne, Sec.-Trees.
lim Cairns, Athletic Board
Mary E. Heyde
Bob McDaniel, President
Anne Wiles, Vice President
Donna Mat er, Secretary
John Billinqton, Athleticlid,
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William Bowman, Editor
Mary Goodlander, Assoc. Editor
Barbara Iones, Circulation Mgr.
Margaret Fedewa, Business Mgr.
Betty Ann Gurtner, Literary Editor
Iack Longstreth, Photography Ed.
Dan Cowen, Athletics Editor
Thelma Bennett, Typist Editor
Marcella Moore, Art Editor
Bob Schlemmer, Snapshot Editor
Carol Swan, Snapshot
Nancy Morrow, Literary
Robert Conner, Circulation
William Marks, Business
Mary Hawley, Photography
Phyllis Stephan, Art
Mary Beth Turpen, Typist
Homer Purdy, Athletics
Anna Smith, Typist
Ray Fingerle, Circulation
Iohn Kelly, Business
Dorothy Smith, Typist
Nate Hartman, Photography
Norma Iefterson, Typist
With deep appreciation the staff wishes to thank Martha Goodlander
Lippold for her kind assistance in the photography for our division pages.
senior play spread, and the band page.
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Paul Hipskind, Charles Ross.
Iane Enyeart, Pat Schlemmer,
Margie Ross, Mary Ferrie, Donna
Billington, Alice Ross, Donna
Shockey, Iane Stephens.
Ioan Mowrer, Eloise Smith, Dick
Wardwell, Mr. Edelen, Dave Har'
vey, Corinne Beitman, Elizabeth
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Donna Billington, Mr. Edelen, Elo-
ise Smith, Margie Ross, Pat
THE ORANGE AND BLACK
In its fifty-second volume which represents
twenty-six years of publication, The ORANGE
and BLACK has long stood steadfast in the es-
teem and leadership of the citizenry of Wabash
High. With conscious effort the staff has en-
deavored to produce an inspiring journal em-
blematic of the zeal, patrotism, and forthright-
ness of Wabash students. The year saw Mr.
E. W. Edelen assume the sponsorship, Pat
Schlemmer, Feature Editor, bring honor as the
Executive Secretary of the I. H. S. P. A., five
members attend the annual I. H. S. P. A. con-
vention at Franklin, a rotogravure section add-
ed as a supplement, and a rotating staff system
invoked for the first semester.
QUILL AND SCROLL
As an active chapter in the Quill and Scroll
of the N. S. P. A. since 1941, Wabash has long
been acclaimed in producing creative journal-
ists. Though only four staff members were able
to qualify the first semester, the same time-
honored tradition was upheld. Ln this same
spirit The ORANGE and BLACK was submitted
to the National Scholastic Press Association for
critical service wherein ratings are returned
late in each school year.
Iean Vice, Betty Addington, Sarah
Hipskind, Margaret Lewis, Nellie
Culver, Phyllis Bundy, Frances
Lehman, Sara Waye, Helen Derck,
Martha Hindel, Virginia Guthrie,
Margaret Io Turpen, lean Allard,
Alice Cramer, Peggy Barrett, Wil-
ma Martin, lane Scheerer, Ianet
Carter, Wilma McDaniel, Lyda
Iane Burk, Doris Alexander.
Betty Schultz, Cleo Williams, Phyl-
lis Hipskind, Barbara Iones, Bo-
sana Fults, Pat Schlemmer, Marge
Ross, Peg Fedewa, Alice Ross,
Ann Schlemmer, Margaret Rogge,
Peggy Moore, Anne Wiles, Nancy
Morrow, Donna Shockey, Mary
Hawley, Carol Swan, Pat Hauk.
Dorotha Degering, Iackie Dela-
plane, Mary Lou Fenie, Ruth
Story, Mrs. Hahn, sponsor, Ioyce
Bowlby, Marcella Moore, Doris
Harmon, Ioan Kinney, Anna Lee
Baer, Barbara Carney.
Ioan McCune, Martha Barrus, Shir-
ley Driscoll, Marilyn Baumbauer,
Iosephine Clupper, Betty Coon,
The G. A. A. fGirls' Athletic Associationl is nation-wide and is open to
all high school girls. It sponsors intramural sports in an effort to promote
The point system by which girls may win their numerals and letters is
arranged in this fashion:
First Numeral .... ..l.. l 25 points
Letter re.l...... .l,.. 2 50 points
Chevron tFourth yearl- --400 points
These points may be earned through participating in intramural sports
and skill tests, by bicycling, walking, hiking, bowling, skating, and in partici-
pating in numerous other activities.
Mrs. Hahn, director of girls' physical education, has sponsored the club
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Onolee Harmon, Pat Zumbaugh,
Ioanne Zumbaugh, Peggy Dawes,
Marjorie Flynn, Phillis Wilson,
Quinette Bolsover, Iackie Braunel-
Fern Iune Ellis, Elaine Keller, Mary
Cloud, Dorthea Eltzroth, Priscilla
Fiant, Mary Io Alexander, Veva
Crumrine, Ella Mae Russell, Mary
Betty Miller, Mary Miller, Anne
Short, Ann Walter, Ianice Hauk,
Marilyn Bowman, Lois Swan, lane
Mary Alice Scott, Iuanita Treck-
mann, Martha Modricker, Shirley
Ross, Ianet Dwyer, Donna Math-
ers, Bonnie Winegardner, Barbara
Louise Ford, lean Ann Holderman,
Helen Pearson, Colleen Hudkins,
Hudkins, lane Wimberly, Corinne
Beitman, loan Sundheimer, Mari-
lyn Fisher, Dorothy Phillips.
Ioan Tate, Barbara Bloxson, lane
Niccum, Ann Gurtner, Betty Bar-
rett, Sue Wake, Constance Purdy.
At an annual banquet ofthe G. A. A. the Honor Award a sllver cup IS
given to the girl chosen as the most outstanding in scholastic athletic and
extra-curricular activities. The girls having qualified for 1h1S award rn the past
Dorothy Showalter- -
Frances Hipskind- ,-
Eleanor Logan- -1-1 -
Mary Gackenh eirner .,.. -, - - -
Mary Pinkerton .,...
Lavita Malott ,....
Elizabeth Brant .....
Fred Parks, Dan Cowen, Ray Fin-
Bob Hale, Ioe Weaver, Mr. Car-
penter, sponsor, Dave Barnhart,
lack Gardner, Lawrence Martin.
Barbara Iones, Shirley Driscoll,
Iane Stephens, Marjorie Flynn,
Peggy Moore, Anne Wiles.
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Nancy Morrow, lane Browne,
Mary Lou Ferrie, Sam Butter-
baugh, Doris, Harmon, Ioan,
Rogers, Dorothy Smith.
Carol Swan, Barbara Carney, Dor-
otha Degering, Bob McDaniels,
Miss Hipskind, Pat Schlemmer.
Willard Holloway, Sam Reynolds,
Under the leadership of Mr. Carpenter, the
Student Council has developed into a very ei-
ficient policy-making body of representatives
chosen from the activity period classes. It
meets each Monday activity period in the prin-
cipal's office to study and solve the problems
that occur in our school.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
Activities of the Iunior Red Cross have
centered around the schools-at-war program
Through the efforts of this organization the
school won the Minute Man Flag for purchase
of stamps and bonds by 902 oi the students.
Two successful campaigns for the purchase oi
war equipment were conducted by the Iunior
Red Cross Council. Miss Hipskind is the sponsor.
Don Reynolds, Quinette Bolsover,
lean Allard, Iackie Manning, Inge
Blumenthal, Margaret Io Turpen,
lack Thompson, Mr. Tewksbury.
Pat Schlemmer, lane Enyeart, Al-
ice Ross, Donna Billington, Marge
Ross, Margery Lynn, lane Ste'
phens, Anne Wiles, Marge Flynn,
Dick Hipskind, Ruth Story, Eloise
Smith, Doug Tillotson, Carol Swan,
lack Kelly, Miss Mills sponsor,
Lois Swan, lane Browne, Anna
Lee Baer, Iosephine Clupper, Phyl-
lis Hipskind, Wilma McDaniels.
lack Longstreth, Tom Bowman,
Terry Cowen, Dick Fox, lack Gard-
ner, Donna Shockey, Sam Butter-
baugh, Mary Lou Ferrie, Marilyn
Bowman, Ianice Hauk, Betty Ann
Robert Klinger, Ierry Garrison,
Willard Holloway, Bob Hale, Fred
Parks, Richard Crumley, Alice
Hale, lack Young, Ann Walter,
Mary Io Alexander, Bud Sweazy.
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"Small in size, but powerful in minds", the
members of the "Inter Nos" term their organ-
ization, established in 1923 for the purpose of
enhancing fellowship and knowledge. The re'
quirement tor entering into the protective arms
of its patron, Minerva, Goddess of Wisdom, is
the successful completion of two years ot reci-
tation, such as "hic, haec, hoc". Miss Blayney
sponsors the Inter Nos.
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Miss Blayney, Inge Blumenthal, Phyllis
Hipskind, Iohn Rockwell.
There are some students in Wabash High
School who, because they love to argue, use
Debate as an excuse. This year was no ex-
ception, and longer and louder argument en-
sued on a question that concerned us directly,
"Resolved: That the legal voting age should be
reduced to l8." Mr. Tewksbury is the sponsor
The Dramatics Club consists ot two parts.
One part takes roles in plays and does the
necessary acting: the other part is referred to
as the Board. Members of it take care of pro-
duction, help get props, and do the backstage
jobs. This year the Club helped the War Bond
Drive by putting on a one-act play in convo-
cation. Dickens' "Christmas Carol" was pre-
sented as this year's Christmas play. Three
one-act plays were given to give members ex-
perience: one with an all-girl cast, another with
an all-boy cast, and the other with a mixed
cast. Miss Mills is sponsor.
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baugh, Melvin Brill.
Bill Bird, Bill Reynolds, Iohn Rock-
man, Darl Driscoll, Tom Bowman,
Tom Freeman, Bob Schlemmer,
Doug Tillotson, Iack Longstreth,
Dan Cowen, Bill Bowman, Ted
Gasaway, Charles Ross, Richard
Stricler, Iack Kirby, Don Reynolds.
Richard Lavengood, Rex Durham,
Richard Fox, Charles Ferguson,
Dick Hipskind, Pete Allen, lack
Kelly, Iohn Smith, Rex Sims, Stan
Ford, Dave Harvey.
Ben Ohmart, Charles Myers, Emer-
son Erb, Ed Miller, Myron Baker,
Iim Iohnson, Iohn Stineman, Bob
Conner, Ierry Garrison, Bill Sel-
lers, Paul Hipskind, Tom Parker,
Iack Sullivan, Lowell Harner, Tom
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H YD" time Richard Miller, Homer Purdy, Terry Cowen, lim Iones, Sam Butterbaugh,
Iohn Rockwell, Ben Gurtner, Bill Marks, Ioe Weaver, Fred Parks, SamReynolds, Nate Hartman
lack Younglove, Devonne Cassiday.
lack Longstreth, Mr. Tatum, Dan Cowen, Bill Bowman, Dave Barnhart, Iim Cairns, Ray Fingerle,
Mr. Lawson, Darl Driscoll.
"To create, maintain, and extend through-
out the school and community high standards
of Christian Character". Yes, this has been the
purpose ot this organization of Indiana for titty-
tour years. And a part of this organization is
the Hi-Y Club of Wabash Senior High. This
club is one of the most active in our school,
with a membership of nearly sixty, all of whom
are boys of high scholastic standing from their
sophomore year through the senior year. For
several years the Hi-Y has been sponsored by
Mr. Ritchie, who has faithfully worked with the
Club members to exemplify the principles upon
which the club is founded.
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Successor to the Leather Lungs, the W-Club
is an honorary club for boys who win their
major awards in the three major sports-too?
ball, basketball, and track. Iohn Tatum, our
football coach, is the sponsor, and Randall
Lawson, our basketball coach, is his assistant.
Richard Miller, Homer Purdy, Ter-
ry Cowen, Iim Iones, Sam Butter-
well, Bill Marks, Ioe Weaver, Mr.
Ritchie, Sam Reynolds, Nate Hart-
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Ruth Story, Doris Alexander, Ioyce
Bowlby, Marcella Moore, Anna
Smith, Betty Schultz, Mary Haw-
ley, Phyllis Stephan, Inge Blumen-
thal, Margaret Bogge.
Barbara Carney, lane Enyeart,
Helen Abshire, Dorothy Smith, Peg
Fedewa, Barbara Iones, Nancy
Morrow, Carol Swan, Pat Hauk,
Lois Sampson, Mary Alice Good-
lander, Pat Schlemmer, Elizabeth
Pearson, Betty Coon, Martha Bar-
rus, Phyllis Knotts, Anna Lee Baer,
Phyllis Hipskind, Marylin Kintner,
Miss Jones, sponsor.
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Terry Cowen, Ioe Weaver, Peggy
Fedewa, Mrs. Porter, Ioan Mc-
Cune, Sam Reynolds, Charles "
Ross, Ann Schlemmer, Ruth Story.
Fred Parks, Sam Butterbaugh, Pat Hauk, Bob Schlemmer, Dan Cowen, lack Longstreth, Richard Stric-
ler, lack Kirby, Paul Hipskind, Patricia Mylin, l0C1T1 Wlndle-
Anne Wiles, Ianice Hauk, Mary Ferrie, Marilyn Bowman, Peggy Moore, Ann Walter, Lois Swan,
lane Ann Browne, Virginia Hoppes, Waylene Smyers.
M. F. F. CLUB
M. F. F. is a club composed of thirty-five
girls from the sophomore, junior, and senior
classes. Its purpose is to assist other booster
clubs to create pep and enthusiasm at athletic
games and to help generally in all school ac-
tivities. This year the M. F. F. had the respon-
sibility of keeping the Service Men's file up-to-
date. Miss Iones sponsors this club.
THB LIBRARY CLUB
The library club is organized like any other
school club of a non-administrative sort. There
are no special qualifications for membership
other than the student's interest. The library
club's chief concern is the entertainment and
enlightenment of its members, the encourage-
ment of reading books which have cultural
value and lead to wider appreciations. Mrs.
Porter is the sponsor.
M. C. L.
The M. C. L. is the scholastic honor society
of W. H. S. The name Magna Cum Laude,
means "with great praise". To gain member-
ship into the Club, the prospective member
must be on the honor roll three consecutive
times. Under the leadership of Miss Young,
the M. C. L. has engaged in several interesting
projects beneficial to the school. In a very im-
pressive ceromony the M. C. L. presented to
our school a beautiful bronzite plaque, dedi-
cated to our boys who have made the Su-
preme Sacrifice in this war.
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Ioyce Bowlby, Nancy Morrow,
Marjorie Lynn, lane Stephens,
Elizabeth Ford, Inge Blumenthal.
Marilyn Kintner, Thelma Bennett
Veva Crumrine, Beverly Vrooman,
Miss Young, lean Vice, Barbara
Iones, loan Kinney.
Iohn Beamer, David Ford, lim Mc-
Cune, Iohn Rockwell, Stanley
Ford, Bob Conner, Dave Harvey,
Ianet Carter, Betty Whiteside.
Gene Martin, Tom Freeman, Bar-
bara Iones, Ann Smith, Thelma
lane Scheerer, Alice Cramer, Beth
Turpen, Miss Needham, sponsor,
Wilma Martin, Iackie Manning,
if Row three:
Helen Marie Gillespie, Barbara
Carney, Anna Lee Baer, Dorothy
Smith, Betty Coon.
C. D. S.
The C. D. S. is an honor society of Wabash
High School composed of those students who
are taking the Commercial Course, and who
have maintained a high scholastic standing.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Needham, the
club has undertaken several projects. As a
result of these projects, a few new machines
have been added to the Commercial Depart-
ment. The main purpose of the club is to cre-
ate within the members a desire to develop
good office qualities.
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Iackie Delaplane, Ann Schlem-
mer, Miss Miller, Ruth Story, Mar-
Alice Cramer, lean Allard, Vir-
ginia Guthrie, Iosephine Clupper,
Dorotha Degering, Ioyce Bowlby,
Marilyn Kintner, Donna Billington.
lack Kelly, Ben Gurtner, Bob Con'
ner, Dave Barnhart, Bob Schlem-
mer, Terry Cowen, Myron Baker,
Bill Reynolds, Ierry Garrison,
Charles Ross, lack Longstreth, Bob
Miller, Dick Stricler, Ted Gasaway,
Lorin Sweazy, Don Reynolds.
Dan Cowen, Iack Kirby, Ann
Schlemmer, Doris Alexander, Mr.
Ritchie, Rosana Fults, Ruth Story,
Don Anderson, Ed Miller.
THE SCIENCE CLUB
Science builds the future as well as the
present, and a school would be incomplete
without the proper expression of scientific think-
ing by those who are to create for the future.
So with this thought the Science Club was
formed again this year. Members all showed
willingness to make the club a success, learning
much from interesting demonstrations by the
sponsor and members of the club. Thus ended
another successful year tor the Science Club of
W. H. S. under the sponsorship ot Mr. Ritchie.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The projects of the Home Economics Club
for the last two years have been to assist the
Iunior Red Cross Council in supplying the arti-
cles needed in this time of distress. Utility
bags for the Navy and "Mules" for the Army
were the chief articles made by this group. The
members are girls most interested in home
making. Miss Miller is the sponsor.
CLARINETS: Barbara Carney, Beverly Vrooman, lim Iohnson, Mary Beth
Turpen, Arthur Eltzroth, Bill Bird, Lyda lane Burk, Marjorie Ross, Cleo Williams,
Wilma Hettmansperger. TROMBONES: Dave Barnhart, Don Draper, Iay Prewitt,
Carol Ferdinand, Robert Ply. CORONETS: Gale Crumrine, Richard Wardwell,
Homer Purdy, Ned Lavengood, Robert LaSalle, David Martin, lack Thompson.
FRENCH HORNS: Barbara Iones, Wilma McDaniels, Nonna Chamness, Lenora
Iacobs. FLUTES: Eloise Smith, Willard Holloway, Phyllis Knotts, Waylene
Smyers, Elizabeth Pearson. OBOE: Ioan Sundheimer. BASSES: Robert Purdy,
Calvin Griever. BASSOONS: Iosephine Clupper, Marilyn Kintner. BARITONES:
Iohn Smith, Robert LaFolette. SAXOPHONES: Anna Lee Baer, Cyril Clupper,
Dwight Hentgen, Marthea Hindel, Howard Harlan. DRUMS: Larry Scheerer,
Robert McDaniels, lim Turpen. CYMBAL: Mary Io Alexander. TYMPANI: lim
McCune. STRING BASS: Mary Clupper,
Although the band was unable to travel extensively because of war
conditions it was, nevertheless, engaged in many activities: for it was one ot
the best marching bands Wabash has ever had.
It marched for both the Democratic and Republican rallies, and the large
crowd, which it succeeded in drawing, greatly appreciated the entertainment.
The band played for all the home football games this year except the
last at which the marching had to be called oft because of rain. However, it
marched for the pep session the night before, and much credit can be given
for its stirring up the pep and enthusiasm among the students. It also made
those usually dull halves of basketball games something to look forward to.
Two concerts given by the band this year were very well attended and
appreciated. Several numbers that were especially well received by the au-
dience were "The Thunderer", "The Barber of Seville", "Canadian Capers".
and "His Honor".
The band has held up exceptionally well under war-time conditions: for
instruments are difficult to obtain, and also many students are working. Con-
gratulations should go to Mr. links for his work in making the band a success:
for although the personnel of the band fell from fifty eight last year to forty-six
this year, the quality ofthe playing was not impaired.
Bob Conner, drum major: Homer Purdy, ser-
geant: Iim Iohnson, sergeant: Gale Crumrine,
sergeant: Don Draper, sergeant: Anna Lee
Baer, second lieutenant: Barbara Iones, first
lieutenant: David Bamhart, captain.
ALBERT R. IINKS
W. H. S. Band
Mary Beth Turpen, Ioan McCune, Betty
Schultz, Doris Alexander, Iosephine Clupper.
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How one: Wardwell, Butterbaugh, Hale, T. Parker, Sparks, Hipskind, manager, Brill, R. Laven-
good, D. Reynolds, Smith, N. Lavengood, Carso, manager.
Row two: Fox, Lewis, Tillotson, Stineman, Marks, Wilson, Parks, Younglove, Iones, A. Parker,
Row three: Assistant Coach Lawson, Bhamy, Martindale, Johnson, Ptunkle, Rockwell, S. Rey-
nolds, D. Cowen, T. Cowen, Bowman, Hartman, Baker, Coach Tatum.
The Orange and Black gridmen started their 1944 football campaign by
scalping the Kokomo Kats 13 to 12. The spearhead of the Apache attack was
carried on by "Little Dick" Wilson with "Kato" Marks, driving Apache fullback,
"Fuzz" Butterbaugh, and quarterback "Freddy" Parks. The unspoken heroes
of the game were the linemen, who blocked and tackled expertly although
each was out-weighed thirty-five pounds.
The following week the Elwood Panthers journeyed to the Apache field,
only to be trounced 40 to 6, with most of our second and third team playing
the last half.
Seven days later the Huntington Vikings landed on the Wabash gridiron
and pushed the Apaches back into their tepees by trouncing them 21 to 7. The
Vikings later won the C. I. C. championship.
The following week the Scalpers took to the road, invading the Warsaw
Tigers' field, but the Tigers clawed their way to a 26 to 0 Win over the Scalpers.
After this stinging defeat, the Scalpers felt very much depressed, and
then on the following week, the Plymouth Pilgrims defeated the Apaches for
the third straight loss of the season. This was too much for the Apaches, and
they went on the war path defeating the Peni Bengals, October 13, 6 to 0 by a
spectacular run by Wilson. October 20, theAlexandria gridders felt the wrath
of the Apaches by being scalped 14 to 7. The following week the Apaches
again proved their superior power over the Peru Tigers by defeating them
again by a long run by Wilson in the closing minutes of the game. The final
score being 6 to 0.
The Scalpers climaxed their season with the home-coming game with
Marion Giants with the traditional Victory Bell going to the winner. The game
was played on a wet slippery field, but the Scalpers, having always been
good "mudders," came through with a 14 to 12 win and the Victory Bell.
The Apaches had a very successful season, coming through with six
wins and three losses.
FINAL C. I. C. STANDINGS
Huntington ............................... 3 1
Wabash .... .-... 4 3
Warsaw .... ..... 2 2
Peru ....... ..... 2 2
Alexandria . - - - -- - l 1
Plymouth --- -----2 2
Elwood --- -----0 3
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EQYIILYFCJ' 5511101 llll'
All-conference and honorable mention all-
state. Homer was a valuable man in the
cegter of the line. His place will be hard
All-conference, fourth team all-state. Dan
was a giant on the offense and defense.
His vacancy will be hard to fill.
Bill was the boy who cleaned up the inter-
ference on these end runs. He will be
sorely missed next fall.
Honorable mention all-conference and all-
state. Kato was a hard driving man that
gained plenty of yardage.
"Rocky" was a big boy who did a big job
well. He will be back for another shot
Sam was the smallest man on the squad
but was a steady and capable ball player.
He will be back for another crack next
All-conference: honorable mention all-state.
Honorary captain for the year. Dick was
a fleet-footed Apache who scored most of
He was an excellent offensive blocker and
defensive tackler. Fred also did the kick-
off chores for the Apaches.
lack will be a steady influence and a big
help for the next two years.
"Ernie" was a steady man both on offense
and defense. His pass catching was one
of the highlights of the year.
lim was a capable reserve who will be
back next year.
Honorable mention all-conference. A large
man to fill a big job which he did capably.
Honorable mention all-conference. Leroy's
main job was getting the ball started, a job
which he did well. He will be back next
Honorable mention all-conference. Sam
was a man who took care of his job well.
He will be missed next year.
Coach Tatum promised the
boys that he would walk to
Marion ii they defeated Marion
in the home-coming battle.
They did! So here he is, with
Mayor Showalter, fulfilling his
The scene at right shows him after he has reached
Marion and has been arrested for "stealing a game".
Ctpaclleo in Sgaalgclliullly
The Apaches under the able tutelage of Coach Randall Lawson enjoyed
one of the best basketball seasons ever experienced by a Wabash basketball
Starting with three lettermen, Weaver, Rockwell, and Gurtner, Coach
Lawson built a high-geared, fast-breaking ball team that was good enough to
gain recognition throughout the state several times during the season.
By winning the Sectional the Apaches qualified for the Marion Regional.
Here they defeated Fairmount, their afternoon opponent, but they fell before the
formidable Kokomo "Kats" at night, thus ending the season for Wabash.
The Apaches' first tussle was their annual opener with the North Man-
chester Trojans. The game was a heart-breaker for Wabash fans, for the
Apaches came out on the losing end of the score 26-25.
The next encounter was with the Alex Tigers and was the first confer-
ence game for the team. They played heads up ball all during the game and
used their fast break to good advantage to smother Alexandria by a score of
The Apaches then traveled to Berry Bowl in Logansport to play the
Logansport Berries, who at the time were rated as one of the ten toughest
teams in the state. The game was close all the way through with Wabash
again losing a game by one point. It was after this game that Coach Lawson
earned his nickname "One-point Lawson."
The Apaches' next game was with the highly'touted Huntington Vikings.
This was the game that Coach Lawson said he wanted the team to win ior him.
The boys did just that by bringing home a 49-35 victory. Rockwell, big Wabash
center, scored 25 points in this game before leaving the game late in the
fourth quarter. This game also started the Apaches on their ten-game winning
The Peru Tigers came to Wabash next and were sent home on the short
end of the score 41-40. It was due to Weaver's last minute shot that Wabash
took victory from what seemed to be defeat.
Standing: Richard Miller, lim Iones, Bob Schlemmer, Nate Hartman, Stanley
Ford, Darl Driscoll, Tom Bowman, Coach Randall Lawson.
Kneeling: lack Longstreth, Iohn Rockwell, loe Weaver, Ben Gurtner, Devonne
The Apaches then took on the Linlawn Pirates and handed them a 40-30
lacing. Warsaw came to Wabash with the hope of beating the Scalpers, but
they couldn't quite turn the trick.
The Apaches then journeyed to Elwood and downed a fighting Elwood
team. They then duplicated their previous victory over Peru, but this time it
was more convincing: the score was 52-28.
On Ianuary 17, the Wabash cagers journeyed to Marion and adminis-
tered a sound beating to the Marion Giants. The Burris Owls were next on
the Wabash schedule, and Wabash barely squeaked by. The victory was due
largely to the last minute basket of big Ioe Weaver. The next night Wabash
went to Tipton and played another one of their one-point victories. It was
after this game that little Devonne Cassiday was called into the Navy. The
team had really appreciated little "Cotton's" contributions toward making it a
The Rochester Zebras were beaten by Wabash by a score of 36-34. The
Plymouth Pilgrims proved to be too tough for the Apaches and they sent the
Scalpers home on the short end of a 52-39 score. The next two games were
now conference games for the Apaches. They broke even in them, losing to
S. S. of Fort Wayne 44-40 and defeating Monticello 62-48. It was in the latter
game that Weaver and Rockwell scored 49 points between them.
The next game with Rochester proved to be the climax of the season.
If the team had defeated Rochester, they would have put Wabash at the top
of the Conference. It was a very close game throughout, but Wabash was
eked out of the Conference title by one point. The Apaches then wound up
their season against the Kokomo Wildcats. The Kats proved to be a little
more than Wabash could handle.
The total for the season was eighteen
wins and eight losses: a very creditable
showing for the team.
The team elected DeVonne Cassiday
and Ben Gurtner Co-Captains for the
year. Ioe Weaver and Iohn Rockwell
were the two high scorers in the confer-
ence, and they were both also named
on the All-Conference basketball team.
Ioe Weaver, Darl Driscoll, lack Long-
streth, Nate Hartman and Ben Gurtner,
all graduating this year, will be missed
by the squad next year: but Iohn Rock-
well, Stan Pord, Rich Miller, Tom Bow-
man and Iim Iones will still be there to
play for the Apaches.
COACH RANDALL LAWSON
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Sitting: Charles Ferguson, Dick Fox, manager: lack Younglove, Iohn Beamer,
Standing: Emerson Erb, Doug Tillotson, Richard Miller, Iohn Smith, lim Parks,
Iim Caims, Don Reynolds, manager.
The Apache Papooses had a fairly successful season, winning a majori-
ty of their games. The Reserves showed that they could win where the chips
were down, as shown by the score of a few games.
The highlight of the Reserve schedule is the B. Team tourney. Although
the Apache Papooses failed to win, they gave Huntington, the winner, stiff
competition all the way through.
Next year's varsity team should be a good one if the boys keep the same
spirit and detennination to win as they displayed this year in their cool, steady
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"B" TEAM TOURNEY
Huntington 41 ............... Akron
19 ----- ----- 1- OQUFSPOH 28 wnbnsh 27 .......-. Columbia City
19 ----- ---- 11 un1mg10n 15 Columbia City 21 .........., Akron
18 ----- -------- P em 20 Huntington 34 ..... .... W nbnsn
24 ..... ..... L inlawn 20
23 ..... ..... W arsaw 18
21 ..... .,.. E lwood 16
25 ..... .... P eru 22
20 ..... .... M arion 26
20 ..... ..... B urris 17
20 ..... ..... T ipton 22
26 ..... .... R ochester 24
34 ..1.. .... P lymouth 21
23 ...... .... R ochester 25
15 --------------- Kokomo 18 GLEN COOLMAN
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Dick Forbes, Charles Leeka, Ierry Hife.
lack Fearnow, Fred Moore, Iim Forbes, Darrel Sanders, George Coon,
Lawrence Martin, lack Sullivan.
Bob Hale, Willard Holloway, Iohn Beamer, Bill Sellers, lack Kelly, Stanley
Ford, Bob Schlemmer, Pete Allen.
Dave Bamhart, Lowell Harner, lim Parks, lim Iones, Richard Miller, Iohn
Smith, Homer Purdy, Iack Younglove, Mr. Holloway.
Wabash has had the good fortune of having good track teams in the
last few years, and it looks as if this year's team will be just as successful as
the others have been.
Having competed in only three meets by the time we go to press, the
Scalpers showed good promise of developing into a challenging unit. In the
first meet of the year with Chester, the boys walked off with the meet by a
score of 63 to 47. In the second meet, ct triangular affair with Huntington and
Gas City, the Apaches lost by a close score of 59 to 57M. In the county track
meet at Alumni Field, the Apaches again came through with 75W points to
Lagro's Slh, the only competing county school.
The team boasted of few veterans at the start of the season. They had
a few in Dick Miller, junior half-miler, Dave Barnhart, senior miler, and Ben
Gurtner, senior hurdler. They came up with a good crew of underclassmen
and seniors, such as Ford and Parks in the dashes: Kelly and Marks in the
quarter mile, field events: Sullivan and Purdy in the distance runs and Iones,
Schlemmer, Rockwell, Iones and Weaver in the field events.
As we go to press, the season has not been completed: but we are sure
that the team will give good account of themselves.
For the third consecutive year these manufacturers of Wabash have given
special financial assistance to the production of the Sycamore The Staff oi 1945
greatly appreciates their help and wishes to acknowledge their contributions
to this year s budget.
American Rock Wool Corporation
Asbestos Manufacturing Company
Container Corporation of America
G. M. Diehl Machine Works
Eagle-Picher Lead Company
Ford Meter Box Company, Incorporated
General Electric Company
General Tire and Rubber Company
Laboratory Specialties Company
Spencer Cardinal Cabinet Company
Standard Foundry Company
Standard Lime G Stone Company
Vice Brothers Foundry
Wabash Filing Supplies, Incorporated
Wabash Machine G Tool Company
B. Walter 61 Company
Our sincere thanks to the following business organizations and friends who
have helped make our 1945 Sycamore possible.
Airgood's Cash Grocery
A. :S P. Tea Co.
Baber Motor Supply
Baer Lumber Co.
Beauchamp :S Son, Ins.
Beitman 6 Wolf
Bickel Shoe Repair
Boyts News Stand
Bradley Bros. Druggists
Bromley Chevrolet Sales
Brown Trucking Co.
Butch's Men's Store
Central Cut Rate Drug Co.
City Meat Market
Denney Motor Sales
Dick's Men's Wear
D. M. Ashby
Dr. Arthur I. Steffen
Dr. George B. Fults
Dr. H. A. Pfeifer
Dr. Iames Pearson
Dr. L. W. Yoder
Durnbaugh Hardware Co.
F. I. King
Frank A. Rettig
Franklin Security Co.
Frank S. Gurtner
F . W. Woolworth Co.
G. F. Kintner, Optometrist
G1azier's Furniture Store
G. T. Mahaney
Guynn Shoe Store
Homer T. Showalter
Huff Bros., Printing
I. W. Lutz's Sons
I. C. Penney Co.
I. Ed Hipskind
Iohnson Sales Co.
Lewis Paint Shop
Local Finance Corp.
Mrs. Bert Martin
Myers 61 Son, Iewelers
Northem Indiana Public Service Co
Ohmart Iewelry Store
Perry Cross, DeSoto 6. Plymouth
P. K. Department Store
Plummer 6: Plummer
Pontius Drug Store
Public Service Co. of Indiana
Reeves 6. Ferguson
Rev. Leo A. Hoffmann
Ross Iewel Shop
Sam Maroz df Co.
Schlemmer's Plumbing 61 Heating
Scott 5 6: 10
Sears Roebuck 61 Co.
Service Fuel 6: Supply Co.
Sterling's Furniture Store
Teel's Drug Store
The Home Appliance Store
The Klondike I
Thompson's Dress Shop
Thompson's Electric G Gift Shop
Tremont Barber Shop
Union Coffee Shop
Val-U Dress Shop
Wabash Ice 6. Fuel
Wabash Music Store
Wabash Produce Co.
Wabash Sweet Shop
Wassman's Dress Shop
Yamelle Lumber Co.
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