Wabash High School - Sycamore Yearbook (Wabash, IN)

 - Class of 1946

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lVlr. Carpenter, Ruth, Pat, Margie land Teddyl selor for high school students that he has always been. Congratulations to Mr. Carpen- ter from the Class of 1946. Mr. Phil N. Eskew, our princi- pal-elect, will, we feel sure, con- tinue the friendly, co-operative relations established by Mr. Carpenter. Mr. Eskew has served for several years as a capable and progressive tea- cher of the social studies and as boys' advisor. .geealell dv. edflffleltliefl pfzincifza-I of wanna JM. sam: While all good things were happening in the Wabash High School during 1945-'46, there was one thought overshadowing the minds of the faculty and stu- dents, It was that, after eighteen years as principal of the high school, Mr. Leewell H. Carpen- ter, under whose careful guid- ance Wabash High has become one of the finest schools in Indiana, was completing his service as the head. We are happy, however, that Mr. Carpenter has attained the high position of the superinten- dency of the Wabash City Schools. In reality he is not severing his connections with our school, only changing his responsibility to it. And We know that he will continue to be the understanding, kindly coun- 147aiL V s to Miss Cornelia Blayney, who is retiring this year after many years of un- excelled teaching in the Wabash schools. Her presentations of both Latin and history have inspired all of those students who have had the privilege of studying under her. Her preservation of order, her open-mindedness, and her understanding of our problems have helped us to personal discipline and stimulated our minds to independent thinking. Last but not least among Miss Blayney's admirable qualities is her unfailing and subtle sense of humor, which has helped to make her one ot the most popular teachers- f t " ez' ,jg-f ,inf l l l if I. AUSTIN HOLLOWAY B. S Ball State Teacher's College Shop, Mechanical Drawing Track Coach A R. IINKS A. B., Hanover College Arthur Iordon Conservatory Band, History RUTH IONES A. B., DePauw University Assistant Principal English RANDALL LAWSON A. B., Butler University Educational Guidance, Health Basketball Coach n I at .. ELDON E. BARNHART Ph. B., University of Chicago Assistant Principal Commercial LEONILA BADGER A. B., Indiana University Spanish, English CORNELIA BLAYNEY A. B., Indiana University Latin, History AVIS CLARK, R. N. Grant County Hospital of Nursing Indiana University School Nurse PHIL N. ESKEW A. B., Oakland City College M. S., Indiana University Social Science, History Boys' Advisor MILDRED HIPSKIND Ph. B., University of Chicago History, English CLAIRE MILLER 1, ' A. B., University of Illinois Home Economics ' 'MWA A. B., Manchester College Biology GALON R. MILLER , "I1i gn. .R Q zz Y N f..-......,,A .Az Q' W 2' 5 f C IOHN R. TATUM B. S., Indiana University Physical Education Football Coach THERON R. TEWKSBURY B. S., Colgate University English, Speech VERA V. WILSON B. S., Columbia University M. A., Columbia University Art LUTIE YOUNG A. B., Oxford College M. S., Indiana University Girls' Advisor Mathematics .- . .,,' .N ,-.. .- . . si ff, iff, I .- W CECILIA E. MILLS A. B., Manchester College Mathematics ODETTE NEEDHAM Valparaiso University Indiana University University of Chicago Colorado University Commercial PATRICIA PETTIBONE A. B., Indiana University Peabody College Librarian ROBERT L. RITCHIE A. B., Manchester College Science REX SIMS Indiana University Indiana State Normal Central Normal Shop BETTY IANE STONE B. S., Manchester College Physical Education YZ Q-'O Q J - zfd. I L3 ff? ---I-, -.. HAROLD L BAKER Commercial+Industrial Rhinie Club: Student Council 4: Club Football 4: Basketball 4. PEGGY BARRETT Commercial G. A. A.: M. F. F.: C. D. S.: Library Club THOMAS S. BOWMAN Academic Rhinie Club' Oran e and Black Hi Y Sec , q 1 - , - retary-treasurer 4: Student Council, Vice- president 4: Dramatic Club: Library Club Science Club, Vice-president 4: Club Basketball 3, 4: Class Vice-president 2, 3 All conference Second Team 4. lOE BOY Academic Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black: Hi-Y Student Council: Club: Football: Basi ketball: Track: Senior Play. BETTY ADDINGTON Academic Entered 1944 from Cooley High School, De- troit, Michiqan: Sycamore Staff: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: M. C. L., Secretary 4: Science Club: Spanish Club, Secretary 4. IEAN M. ALLARD Commercial Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: G. A. A., President 4: M. F. F., Secretary 4: Debate: Home Economics Club: G. A. A. Award, 1946. BURTON P. ALLEN, lr. Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Hi-Y: Dra- matic Club: M. C. L.: Science Club: Iunior Play: Senior Play. ANNA LEE BAER Commercial Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: G. A. A., Vice-president 4: M. F. F., President 4: Dra- matic Club: C. D. S.: Band, Captain 4: Sec- ond Lieutenant 3: Yell Leader: Class Sec- retary-treasurer 4. ff! f-5 A ' A ' , Amy? ff : . 1, sf 5?-is . -Q1 . 22?-6 Eff: . N. , 0 "'2"'?2?" MELVIN BRILL Hi-Y, Chaplain 4: "W" Club, Sergeant-at arms 3: Dramatic Club: Football 3,4, Sec- ond Team All Conference Tackle and Guard: Science Club. SAMUEL I. BUTTERBAUGH Club: Football 3, 4: Basketball Mana- ger l, 2, 3: Hi-Y, President 4: Sergeant-at- Amis: Iunior Red Cross Council, President 3, 4: Dramatic Club, Vice-president 4: lun- ior Play: Thespians: Library Club: May King 3: Class President 2. BARBARA ANN CARNEY Commercial Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: G, A. A.: M. F. F.: Iunior Red Cross Council 3: C. D. S.: Band. IANET IRENE CARTER Commercial Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Student Council 2: C. D. S. IESSIE M. CLARK Academic Entered from Rockford, Illinois, 1944. Spanish Club. IOSEPHINE CLUPPER Academic Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Dramatic Club, Secretary 4: Thespians: Home Eco- nomics Club: Band, Majorette: Iunior Play. MICHAEL TERENCE COWEN Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Hi-Y: Dra- matic Club: Science Club, Secretary 4: Spanish Club, President 4: "W" Club: President 4: Football 3, 4, Honorary Cap- tain, Honorable Mention All Conference 3. First Team All Conference 4: Athletic Board 3: Senior Play. ALICE CRAMER Commercial Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: C. D. S.: Home Eco- nomics Club. GALE CRUMRINE Academic j Sycamore Staff: NL C. L.: Band, Sergeant. DONNA IEAN DAWES Commercial Rhinie Club: Iunior Red Cross Council 4: C. D. S.: Band. ARTHUR G. ELTZROTH Academic Rhinie Club: Orange and Black Staff: Band: Club? Football. EMERSON C. ERB, lr. Academic Sycamore Staff, Assistant Business Mana- ger, Hi-Y: M. C. L.: Science Club: Spanish Club: Senior Play. STANLEY W. FORD Academic Rhinie Club, Treasurer 1: Orange and Black, Sports Editor 2: Hi-Y, President 4: Student Council 2: M. C. L., Treasurer 3, 4: Science Club, President 4: "W" Club 4: Basketball 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Class Secre- tary-treasurer 1: Gridiron Medal 3. HELEN MARIE GILLESPIE Commercial Sycamore Staff: Dramatic Club: C. D. S. DONAL A. GRIMM Academic Rhinie Club: M. C. L.: Student Council: Class Vice-president 4. CAROLYN L. GRINDLE Academic Art Club. RICHARD HIPSKIND Industrial Course Rhinie Club: Hi-Y: Student Council: Dra- matic Club: Thespians: Library Club. PAUL C. HIPSKIND Academic Rhinie Club: Orange and Black Staff: Hi-Y: Student Council 1: Library Club, Secre- tary-treasurer 4. IAMES E. IONES Academic Rhinie Club: Orange and Black Staff 2: Library Club 4: Science Club, Vice-presi- dent 4: Club, Vice-president 3, Sec- retary 4: Football 3, 4: M. C. L. 4: Basket- ball 4: Track 3, 4: Senior Play: All Con- ference Third Team 4. PHYLLIS I. KNOTTS Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black Staff: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: M. C. L.: Band, Sergeant: Iunior Play. VIRGINIA L. 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MILLER Academic Rhinie Club, President: Hi-Y, Vice-presi- dent 4: Student Council 2, 4: Library Club: Spanish Club: Club: Basketball 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Athletic Board 4: Senior Play. RICHARD K. NICCUM Industrial Senior Play. IOHN R. NIXON Academic Orange and Black Staff 4: Quill and Scroll: Hi-Y, Chaplain 4: Spanish Club: Senior Play. OMADELL MARIE OSMON Academic Entered from Chippewa High School, 1945. Orange and Black Staif: Library Club. ROSANNA MCALLISTER Academic G. A. A.: Dramatic Club: Library Club: Home Economics Club. IACQUELINE MANNING Commercial Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: Debate: C. D. S. ROBERT MARTIN Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Hi-Y, Ser- geant-at-Arms 4: Iunior Red Cross 4: Li- brary Club: Science Club, Secretary- Treasurer 4: Senior Play: May King. DONALD MATHER Industrial ALBERT PARKER Industrial Sycamore Staff: Hi-Y: Science Club: "W" Club: Football Manager 4: Senior Play. ELIZABETH ANN PEARSON Academic Entered from Linlawn High School, 1944 M. F. F.: M. C. L.: Science Club: Spanish Club: Band: lunior Play. WILMA IANE PETRY Commercial Rhinie Club: Band: C. D. S.: M. C. L.: Sycamore Staff. WILLIAM L. REYNOLDS Academic Rhinie Club: Band: C. D. S.: M. C. L.: Sycamore Staff. MARGARET A. ROSS Academic Entered from Peru High School, 1944. Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black Staff 3, 4: Quill and Scroll: M. F. F .: Library Club: G. A. A.: Dramatic Club, Secretary 4: lunior Play: I. H. S. P. A. Press Conference 4: Senior Play. IOHN R. ROCKWELL Academic Rhinie Club: Class President 3: Hi-Y: Stu- dent Council 1, 3, 4, President 4: Inter Nos, Vice-president 3: M. C. L., Sergeant-at Amis 4: Library Club: Science Club: Club, Vice-president 4: Football 3, 4: Third Team All Conference 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Honorable Mention All Conference 2, First Team All Conference 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Spanish Club: Gridiron Medal 2. PEGGIE IEAN RIDENOUR Academic Rhinie Club: Science Club: Home Econom- ics Club: G. A. A. GORDON I. GRAYSTON RIDENOUR Academic Entered from Linlawn High School, 1945: Dramatic Club: Senior Play. VIRGINIA SCHAFF Commercial G. A. A.: Library Club: M. F. F.: Orange and Black Staff. IANE ANNE SCHEERER Commercial Sycamore Staff: G. A. A., Sergeant-at Arms: M. F. F.: lunior Red Cross: C. D. S.: Home Economics Club. LAWRENCE HENRY SCHEERER Academic Iunior Red Cross 4: Band. PAT SCHLEMMER Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black, Editor 4: Quill and Scroll: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Dramatic Club: Spanish Club: I. H. S. P. A. Press Conference 3, 4, Executive Board Member 4: lunior Play: Senior Play: Thespian. t .." Q Q- I . waging, ROLAND E. SCHUL Academic Rhinie Club: Hi-Y: Inter Nos: Science Club. HELEN E. SELE Academic Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: Home Economics Club: Science Club: Spanish Club. IAMES REX SIMS Academic Rhinie Club: Hi-Y. IOHN P. SMITH Academic Entered from Urbana High School, 1944. Hi-Y: Dramatic Club: Thespians: Library Club: Science Club: Band, Second Lieuten- ant 4: Club: Football: Iunior Play: Second Team Conference Football 4: Sen- ior Play: Track. 395- DOUGLAS L. TILLOTSON Academic Entered from Huntington Park, Caliiornia, 1943: Sycamore Staff, Editor: Orange and Black Staff: I. H. S. P. A. 4: I-Ii-Y: Dramatic Club: Art Club: Thespians: Library Club: Science Club: Spanish Club: Club 4: All Conference Third Team 4: Senior Play. MARGARET IO TURPEN Commercial f Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Debate: Library Club: Band. IEAN VICE Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black: G. A. A.: Student Council, Secretary 4: Iunior Red Cross: M. C. L., Secretary 3: Library Club, Treasurer 1: Senior Play: Thespian. BETTY LOU WHITESIDE c Commercial G. A. A.: Student Council, 2, 4: Iunior Red Cross, 3: C. D. S., Doorkeeper 3, 4. RUTH H. STORY Academic Rhinie Club: Sycamore Staff: Orange and Black Staff: G. A. A., Treasurer 3: M. F. F., Vice-president 4: Dramatic Club: Home Economics Club, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4: Science Club: Iunior Play: Hi-Y Queen, 1946. TRUMAN STORY Industrial DORIS SUNDHEIIVIER Commercial Rhinie Club: G. A. A.: M. F. F.: Library Club: Home Economics Club. EVA THOMPSON Academic Art Club: Spanish Club: Library Club. Q ..,, , 9: '-' -.., U Q:--13.4 l .. J -1 ' BILLIE ERNESTINE YOUNG Commercial Rhinie Club: Iunior Red Cross 2: C. D. S., Treasurer 4. IACK R. YOUNG Academic Dramatic Club: Science Club: Iunior Play. In addition to those seniors pictured on preceding pages, the roster of the Class of 1946 includes the names of six veterans of World War II, whose scholastic work was interrupted by the call to serve their country. IOHN W. COON Senior PIUY7 Band' RUSSELL VAUGHN SNOWBERGER ROBERT VERNON IDEN DONALD KEITH WAITE CHARLES RAVENSCBOFT Entered in 1945 from Findlay. Senior Play. Ohig. ROBERT ROLLAND SHEPHARD Sem' Play' Football. SOPHOMORES Don Rhamy President Peggy Moore Vice-president Corinne Beitman Secretary George Coon Athletic Board Member FRESHMEN Richard Carpenter President Winifred Cales Vice-president Phyllis Renbarger Secretary lack Christle Athletic Board Member IUNIORS David Harvey President Ben Ohmart Vice-president Robert Hale Secretary Iames Parks Athletic Board Member Mary Jo Alexander Betty' Bakehorn Robert Banks Dalton Barnett Marilyn Baumbauer John Beamer Nancy Bell Richard Bennett William Bird Marilyn Bowman Betty Brauneller Effie Brill Jane Browne Lyda Burk James Cairns Jack Cattin Cyril Clupper Mary Clupper Veva Crumrine Dortha Degering Jackie Delaplane Shirley Driscoll Janet Emrick James Emrick Charles Ferguson Mary Lou F'errie Marjorie Flynn David Ford Elizabeth Ford Richard Fox Don Fraustein Glen Frieden Jerry Garrison Rolland Gidley Robert Hale Dave Harvey Dorothy Hattabaugh Janice Hauk Robert Heizer Sarah Hipskind Willard Holloway Virginia Hoppes Lenora Jacobs Joan Kinney Robert LaSalle Ned Lavengood Frances Lehman Glam Richard Lavengood Marjorie Lynn Joyce Marks Joan McCune Wilma McDaniel Mary Miller Joan Mowrer Jim Ogan Ben Ohmart Nancy Oldenkamp Jack Overman Adaline Palmer Tom Parker Jim Parks Pat Pease Tom Peterson Jay Prewitt Don Reynolds Alice Ross Dick Ross Forest Ross Ella Russell Cecil Sailors Ann Schlenuner Mary Alice Scott Bill Sellers John Simmons Waylene Smyers Jane Stephens John Stineman Jack Sullivan Lois Swan Mary Ella Teusch Mary Jane Tomson Juanita Treckmann John Troxell Jim Turpen Beverly Vrooman Ann Walter Richard Wardwell Maurice Watson Thomas Weesner Na.ncy Willmert Phillis Wilson Jack Ybunglove Joan Zumbaugh James Alexander Ruth Arnett James Backus Truman Bakehorn Arthur Bane Beatrice Barnes Jack Barrett Rosetta. Beamer Bill Boardman Patricia Boardman Patricia Burk John Bitzel Gene Bryant Mary Brinson Norma Brown Orville Brown Marie Buchtel Virginia Caldwell Winifred Cales Richard Carpenter Shirley Cassiday Jack Christle Martha Christman Harold Clupper Jeanie Clark William Clark Le Moine Collins - Philip Cramer Carolyn Cross Phyllis Crull David Davis 1 Robert De Vault Phyllis Draper Norma Du1'ham James Forbes Lewis Everroad N Helen Ford Jack France Virginia Garpow Barbara Geeting Clementine Gill Marjorie Graebner Virginia Gray Dean Guhl ,Q Danny Haines Margaret Hanna James Harris Dorothy Hetzler Zlaeah ,,f -LJ -.nf S? wp! ,Q .af ,J ,fs 'qv QT! wi' ts-4-I ff ..,..1 3-ef -.f James Hickey Barbara Hiner Betty Hiner Joseph Hipskind Jerry Hodel Gerald Hopkins Charlene Hornaday Colleen Horner Jim Jacoby James King Anna Knott Virginia Kuffel Martha Lamm Mary Jane Landis Richard LaSalle Louise Lavengood Joann Layton Rhoda Lightfoot Jacqueline Lower Don Martin Jerry McVicker Frank Merritt Jackie Mettler Joan Milam Norma Milam Betty Monce William Mooney Frederick Moore Dorothy Nix Sharon O'Brien John Oldenkamp Dennis Parks Virginia Parrett Joe Patton Patricia Pegg William Pence Don Perry' Robert Powell Phyllis Renbarger Dick Reynolds Sharlene Russell Paul Ryan John Sager Barbara Schaaf William Shepherd Geneva Smith Rosie Smith .w ny, . 5 1 .sw 'x 3 ,gf 'M will ll Y: - , qi. 'J uf ., .. . ,, 41.3 - ' v. w 'J 'R , I HH , '- ' "w ' 1, N, ' . V 13.- 3, 1 ,, v I M s v i .'f ' w . r 'I "ff, V , .. .. we ' .w,m- - '1?"' 14. 4 mv x- -2- n .- Q ,.. , .Q 1 f -.M w- g-.-. ,pp N v, . A, ,V N, QI, 5. M,M1':g, .. f' 2 ' "1'1p '11"'.'.f' 3 1-, ' , .c..'w .L ' :Q 'J .' 5' " . ,, , . H .4',,-HN, 'Hwyi f""U w ' 1, -1: ,Q A " .7 ffl: -1 1 , 1. a ., 4,.. H4 1 1 X I L . fn. 1 ,W i. 'I .1 , , . ,lb . YV! , ,L , 41 . I .1 I'- lilllzntlnilallvmlu 1 Shirley Smith Richard Snavely Verna Sparks Doris Suddarth George Thomas Betty Thompson John Thompson Joyce Touscany Victor Treska Carol Trisler Quinneth Vrooman Susie Widmeyer Norma Wilson Phyllis Wood Qaeahman 66:44 1 V 3 1, L Yivlflix s.:",ZXx.lP',5XN1",2N.!L2v!,2 x.!,5Xx.3L5X Q. icf- Ween aaedfunen Row one: Dorothy Forbes, Gloria Scarborough, Norma Walters Nancy Bender, Thelma Eltzroth Row two: Doris Conrad, Jessi: Cassiday, Donna Richwine, Bettl Penniston, Marilyn Hayes, Bettj Cash. Row three: Richard Tris1er,Rober1 Stevenson, John Thompson, Ray- mond Martin, Lawrence Yost Danny Starbuck. Row four: James Ross, Willian Strickler, Gale Sloop, Leolyr Pressler. Row five: George Unger, Boi Middleton. X gr 5' 1' , -fu sql fs, 1:-. . , U ,Dis Jean Allard, Emerson Erb tstand- ingb, Phyllis Knotts, Pete Allen, Sqcczmaae SZQM 'With deep appreciation the Sycamore Staff Wishes to thank Miss Ruth Iones for her leader- ship in the editing of the 1946 Sycamore. lust like all the other staffs, We had our difficult- ies, such as choosing the cover, getting all the pictures taken and, the most important, getting it off to the printers. The staff this year was led by Editor l Doug Tillotson and Associate Editor Margie Ross. Working in the Vari- ous fields Were the following people: Phyllis Knotts, Business Manager: Emerson Erb, Associate: Robert Mar- tin, Circulating Manager: lean Al- lard, Associate: lean Vice, Art Editor: Betty Addington, Assistant: Gale Crumrine, Snap-Shot Editor: Albert Parker, Assistant: William Reynolds, Photography Editor: Pete Allen, As- sistant: Barbara Carney, Typist: lane Scheerer, Helen Marie Gilliespie. Wilma Petry, Anna Lee Baer, Assist- ants: Terry Cowen, Athletics Editor: Margaret Io Turpen, Assistant: Ruth Story, Club Editor: Pat Schlemmer, Assistant. EDITORIAL STAFF Robert Martin. . BUSINESS STAFF Row one: Betty Addington, Jean Vice, Pat Schlemmer, Ruth Story, Margaret Jo 'I'Lu'pen. Row two: Helen Marie Gillespie, Jane Ann Scheerer, Anna Lee Baer. Wilma Petry, Barbara Carney. Row three: Albert Parker, Gale Crumrine, Terry Cowen. szswxsszzv-:,, Q Q sig -2. args-vs gf. ,Q ,sf -is-se ,mr wt -we cw- .- , ,-v.'frws:,5s-rkws - 531 X V .Q-My awk: as ki' YS? Q' , gas., :fr 1 , 2 X r XV , 2 ,i ,X X-QXX 3 is , S 3 ogre,-,r.a " -, Q.-f.fs.s . '- Nv -fx, -.X ,f-'- w.feew.x-WN - X ss 'V ff-Zz: qwtfftzfi 1 tty' Willfyigff f ..,:..5:Q, 'f' si . 0257? Th ,QW 413 ,... 8 b-1 .4554 X Va- . . y :Whig an t , Q -- Doug Tillotson ,, x X .-vt, 1 'QNX , ks. V P E 3 ' 'V if Afjwi ..,. is i f Margie Ross V. ,:,. L Et Associate Editor , J 1 - r -Wm . ss t p we orange we mar "Head1ine," "dead1ine," "copy," "dummy" and "beat" may be just words to the disinter- ested bystander, but they are of utmost importance to members of the Orange and Black staff, pictured above. Under the discerning guidance of the editors tPat Schlemmer, Edi- tor-in-chief, Iohn Nixon, Associate, Mar- gie Ross, Feature and David Harvey, Sports? the staff published the Orange and Black every three Weeks during the year. Other staff members include Alice Ross as business manager: Iane Wimberly, circulation: Helen Pearson, advertising: Don Rhamy, Lyda Iane Burk and Bar- bara Bloxson, their respective assistants: Corinne Beitman, copyreader: Iean Vice, cartoonist: Ruth Story and Omadell Os- mon, typists. Pat Schlemmer, Editor John Nixon, Associate Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Ruth Story, Phyllis Knotts, Janet Dwyer, Jim Heizer, Margie Ross. Charles Ferguson, Omadell Osmon, Barbara Geeting, Jerry Durnbaugh. Ann Schlemmer, Sara Waye, Jean Halderlnan, Bob Heizer, Juanita Treckman. BUSINESS STAFF Row one: Barbara Bloxson, Jane Wimberly, Don Rhamy, Alice Ross, Corrine Beitman, Jerry Durnbaugh. Row two: Helen Pearson, Jean Halderrnan, Lyda Burk. fgifacfenf eaancif Row one: Mr. Carpenter, Jean Vice, John Rockwell, Toni Bowman. Row two: Jay Prewitt, Mary Jo Alexander, Jo Mc- Cune, Anne Wiles, Ann Schlemmer, Colleen Hudkins. Donna Mather. Row three: Cyril Clupper, Frank Merritt, Jack Sul- livan, Harold Baker, Virginia Pearson, Jack Young- love, Beth Whiteside. Whenever any weighty problems con- cerning VV. H. S. students were to be solved, the Student Council solved them. They pondered many problems during the school year, ranging from selecting cheer leaders to deciding who would sponsor the Friday night school parties. Somewhat cramped in Mr. Carpenter's office every Monday during activity period, the Student Council made its decisions, which became, more or less, law. Under the leadership of Iohn Rockwell, president: lean Vice, vice-president and Torn Bowman, sec- retary-treasurer, the Council was spon- sored by Mr. Carpenter. aniaa Rec! 04044 'I' he Junior Red Cross Council this year, in addition to its regular work, contin- ued the sale of stamps and bonds. Recently our school was awarded the "Well Done" insignia for its part in the Schools-at-Vllar program. The sending of cheerful get-well cards to students who are ill was one oi the activities most appreciated by students. Valuable assistance was also given in the Victory Clothing Drive. Officers of the lunior Red Cross Council are: Richard Fox, president: David Ford, vice-president: Marjorie Flynn, secre- tary and Peggy Moore, treasurer. Miss Mildred Hipskind is sponsor of the Council. Row one: Sain Butterbaugh, Jim Parks. Row two: Martha Kuffel, Peggy Moore Miss Hip- skind, Bud Fox, Bill Bird. Row three: Bob Martin, Larry Scheerer, Lowell Hor- ner, David Ford, Bob McDaniel, Richard La Salle. fbaamaiicd Glad Row one: N Dick Reynolds, Dave Harvey, Jim Parks, Sam Butter- baugh, Bob Hale. Row two: Wilma McDaniel, Jeanie Clark, Louise Ford, Colleen Hudkins, Jane Wimberly. Rhoda Lightfoot, Ann Wal- ter, Anne Wiles, Janice Hauk Row three: Bob Heizer, Jane Stephens. Marjorie Lynn, Barbara Bloxson, Rosetta Beamer. Jane Chamness, Carolyn Cross, Helen Pearson, Cor- ine Beitman, Virginia Cald- well. Row four: Joan McCune, Jackie Dela- olane, Jane Brown, Mary Lou Ferrie, Rebecca E'lshire, Mary Jo Alexander, Anna Lee Baer, Robert Ply, Jack Gardner, David Martin. Row one: Janice Ha.uk, Ann Wal- ter, Peggy Moore, Mari-- lyn Bowman. Row two: Lois Swan, Jim Parks. Susie Widmeyer, Melvin Brill, Pat Schlemmer, Don Reynolds, Ruth Story. Three days a Week during activity period the closed doors they rehearsed, rehearsed, and duced as Well as the annual Christmas play. tion of "Pinafore", an operetta by Gilbert and Miss Cecilia Mills, sponsor, divided the club to be actors and the board composed of those tumes. Dramatics Club held forth in 210. Behind rehearsed. Several one-act plays were pro- The high light of the year was the presenta- Sullivan, April 28, 1946. into two groups: the actors or those aspiring who hung curtains, hunted furniture and cos- Ex:7'fAv!,6iX.!,6iXv!16:Xv!16:Rs1'1-5sXv!J2v!,i'9. fbedaie The question debated this year was "Be- solvecl that every physically able male American citizen should be required to have one year's military training before reaching the age of 24." The debaters were Thomas Weesner and Quinnette Bol- sover, affirmative: lack Thompson and James Heizer, negative. This Debate Class participated in two Iu- nior Town Meeting programs, sponsored by station WOWO. Mr. Tewksbury was the sponsor of this group. Left to right: Mr. Tewksbury, Calvin Greiner, Lawrence Gray, Phillis Wilson, Thomas Wees- ner, Jim Heizer, Jack Thompson, Quinnette Bolsover, The Inter Nos, a club composed of stu- dents Who have studied Latin for three or four years, is ably sponsored by Miss Cornelia Blayney. The purpose of this club is to arouse interest in the classics and provide social enjoyment among its members. This year the club has enjoyed entertaining sophomore Latin students with a taffy pulling in the fall, a Christmas party, and a picnic in the spring. Officers this year are: Rich- ard Fox, president: Dave Harvey, vice- president: Marilyn Bowman, secretary- treasurer. alllaa lst row, seated: Dave Harvey, Miss Blayney, Richard Fox, Marilyn Bowman. 2nd row: Alice Ross, Jane Stephens, Marjorie Lynn, Roland Schul, John Rockwell. seX1',iv!13vf13v!12x1'J5bTv!13v!1gvf1 . fad 14014204 Row one: John Nixon, Bob Heizer, Jane Browne, Juanita Treckman, Helen Sele. Row two: Terry Cowen, President, Don Reynolds, Joyce Marks, Elizabeth Ford. Row three: Jim Cairns, Richard Miller, Emerson Erb, Joan Kinney, Ann Walter. Row four: John Beamer, Thomas Weesner, Nancy Willmert Mary Ferrie. Row five: Jim Parks, Pat Schlemmer, Miss Badger. One of the newest organizations in Wa- bash High School is Los Amigos, the Spanish Club, incorporated last fall at the suggestion of students in that de- partment. Having survived for several months without any oiiicial title, the club was finally named "Los Amigos" lthe Friendsl after a club pin bearing that name had been chosen. The purposes of Los Amigos are to provide Spanish students a greater op- portunity to use and learn that lang- uage and to ioment the ideals of Pan- Americanism by becoming more con- scious of Latin-American culture. Officers who were elected at the initial meeting were: Terry Cowen, president: lim Iones, vice-president: Betty Adding- ton, secretary. .fidaaaq Glad In the past years there have never been any special qualifications for membership in the Li- brary Club, other than the students' interest. This year, however, Miss Pat Pettibone, spon- sor, has changed it. Since the library has been arranged differently, the members earn points by shelving, cataloging, and repairing the older books and preparing new books for circulation. In this Way they gained valuable information concerning the library. To be able to vote and receive a pin one has to earn a required number of points. The club en- joyed various educational and social activities throughout the year. The following officers kept the club in running order: Sam Butterbaugh, President: Iohn Corso, Vice-president: Peg- gy Moore, Secretary-treasurer. Row one' John Stineman, Paul HlDSk1lld,JlHl Parks, Charles Ferguson, Richard Miller, Jun Jones, Richard Fox, Lawrence Martin, Law- rence Gray. Row two: Barbara Bloxson,Lo1s Swan, Mary Lou Ferrie, Jane Browne, Rhoda Lightfoot, Dorothy Hetzler, Ann Walter, Shir- ley Smith, Marilyn Bowman, Anna Wiles, Bob Heizer, Don Rhamy. Row three: Bob LaSalle, Bill Sellers, Dick Reynolds, Miss Pettibone, Sam Butterbaugh, Peggy Moore, John Corso, John Smith, Jerry Garrison, Jack Younglove, Bob Hale. Row four: Bill Reynolds, Marilyn Baumbauer, Betty Brauneller, Margaret Lewis, Verna Sparks, Bonnie Winegardner, Mary Heyde, Betty Barrett, Norma Durham, Jack Gardner, Jean Vice, Ann Schlemmer, Peggy Barrett, Joan McCune, Ben Ohmart, Dick Wardwell. Row five: Quinneth Vroo- man, Virginia Garpow, Virginia Gray, Sue Wake, Donna Mather, Omadell Osmon, Janet Dwyer, Barbara Geeting, Margie Ross, Ruth Story, Alice Scott, Joan Zumbaugh, Veva Crulnrine, Mary Jane Tomson, Martha Miller, Janice Hauk. '6v!,5Xv!,2N2f,2v!,-6qXv!,2Qi,5Xv!,5.Xv!,2x,Y,Q5nXv!,5W u ll Iohn Tatum, football coach, and Randall Lawson, basketball coach, are co-sponsors of the Club. Only the fellows who have earned major awards in the three major sports: namely, football, basketball, and track, are eligible to join. A few of their activities this year were: keeping the trophy case in A-l condition, arranging for a Club faculty team: boosting school spirits by selling football and basketball booster pins, and closing the year with an annual banquet. Officers: Terry Cowen, president: Iohn Rockwell and Iack Younglove, vice- presidents: Iirn Iones, secretary-treas- urer. Row one: Charles Ferguson, Tom Bowman, Jim Parks, Sam Butterbaugh, Doug Tillotson. Row two: Lawrence Martin, John Smith, Jack Younglove, John Rockwell, Mr. John Tatum, Richard Miller, Terry Cowen, Jim Jones, Stanley Ford. Row three: Don Reynolds, Richard Fox, Mel- vin Brill, Jack Sullivan, Jing Cairns, Harold Baker. I 19144. "Me am an Ickeroo Woo Woo" "Pledged am I too Boo Hoo" All M. F. P. members know well the above lines and more too. Yes, there's more to it than this. Before ct junior and senior girl can become a member, she must go through a period of pledging. This consists of dressing up in the strictest sense and learning the Ickeroo poem backwards too. The M. F. F. gave the football team a hamburger fry with the lowly pledges doing the kitch- en work, of course. In order to finance this they gave a dance and sold the C. I. A. C. con- ference handbooks. They are sponsored by Miss Ruth Jones, and the president is Anna Lee Baer: vice-president, Ruth Story: secretary, lean Allard: treasurer, lane A. Scheerer. Row one: Ruth Story, Anna Lee Baer, Jean Allard, Jane Scheerer. Row two: Pat Schlemmer, Barbara Carney. Row three: Beverly Vroo- man, Wilma McDaanQiel, Phyllis Knotts, Josephine Clupper, Mary Alice Scott, Peggy Barrett. Row four: Joan Mowrer, Jane Stephens. Marilyn Baumbauer, Joan Zum- bfaugh, Janet Carter, Virginia Guth- rie. Row five: Pat Pease, Marjorie Lynn, Elizabeth Ford, Margaret Jo Turpen, Jackie Delaplane, Joan Mc- ' Cune, Doris Sundheimer. 'GCLPLZ vL",6?vl",ix.Lf,Zvl",2vL",5Xx.lP',5XX.L',5?-T,l ,MLW The Hi-Y, whose creed is "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, clean living," is a very active organization. The outstanding social functions were a hayride and Best-Girl Banquet. The local club sent several delegates to Terre Haute to the annual Hi-Y confer- ence. The Hi-Y is sponsored by Mr. Robert Ritchie. Those serving as officers for 1945-46 were Stanley Ford, president, Iames Iones, vice-president: Iohn Nixon, chaplain, and Charles Fer- guson, sergeant-at-arms. Row one: Tom Weesner, John Stine- man, Terry Cowen, Melvin Brill, Sam Butterbaugh, Richard Miller, Robert Martin, Jim Jones, Stanley Ford, John Smith Row two: Bill Rey- nolds, Jack Sullivan, Emerson Erb, Bill Bird, Mr. Ritchie, John Nixon, Doug Tillotson, Don Reynolds, David Ford, Lawrence Martin, Jerry Durn- baugh, Charles Ferguson. Row three: Roland Schul, Jack Gardner, John Beamer, Bill Sellers, John Rockwell, Bob LaSalle, Bob Allison, Albert Parker, Bob Hale, Richard Fox, Dave Harvey, Lawrence Gray, Frank Stephens, Don Rhamy, Cyril Clupper, Jerry Garrison. Row four: Ben Ohmart, Dick Wardwell, Pete Allen, Lowell Harner, Jack Thomp- son, Tom Bowman, Dick Ross, Bob Heizer, Jack Baber, Jim Heizer, Dick Hipskind, Richard Lavengood, Dave Martin, Jack Younglove, Paul Hip- , skind, Bob Ply. Meme. The M. C. L. is composed of students who maintain an active standing on the scholastic hon- or roll. Throughout the year, various members of the club have helped with the programs of the Parent-Teachers' Association. The club took up the project of making handbooks about W. H. S. for distribution to the freshmen. The M. C. L. also added name-plates to the bronze plaque they dedicated last year who made the Supreme Sacrifice in World War II. lane Stephens, president: Betty Addington, secretary-treasurer: I ohn Rockwell, sergeant-at-arms. Miss Lutie Young, sponsor. Row one: John Rockwell, Miss Young, Stanley Ford, Betty Adding- ton, Jane Stephens, Alice Ross. Row two: Beverly Vrooman, Mar- jorie Lynn, Pete Allen, Jean Vice, Helen Pearson, Jane Wimberly. Row three: Dave Ford, Frank Stephens, Jack Baber, Emerson Erb, John Beamer. 'f':s:771:'X-1'L5Xfl6Qs-!JQvl'1-5'mXs-!163-a'L-5mXs-16 J, The C. D. S. is another honor society of the Wabash High School. Qualifications tor mem- bership are that the student is taking a commercial course and is maintaining a high scho- lastic standing. Miss Odette Needham sponsors this Commercial Department Society. Wilma Petry, presi- dent: lane Scheerer, vice-presi- dent: Helen Marie Gillespie, sergeant-at-arms: Betty White- side, doorkeeper. Row one: Helen Marie Gillespie, Jackie Manning, Adaline Palmer. Row two: Billie Young, Betty White- side, Miss Needham, Wihna Petry, Janet Carter, Jane Scheerer. Row three: Ella Mae Russell, Donna 1 Dawes, Waylene Smyers, Effie Brill. Row four: Peggy Barrett, Alice Cra- mer, Anna Lee Baer, Barbara Car- , ney. Mrrroaotoer RADIO l same ew Under the sponsorship of Mr. Robert L. Ritchie and Mr. Galon Miller the Sci- ence Club Was divided into three scien- tific fields-Photography, Radio and Meteorology. Since such a division created a livelier interest, the sponsors will continue on the same plan and they hope to enlarge the divisions in R the future. The members were taken through the General Tire Company to see the ma- chines in operation. After the tour they heard an interesting talk on the history and progress of rubber. Officers for this year Were: Stanley Ford,president: Iames Iones, vice-president: Terry Cow- en, secretary-treasurer. METEOROLOGY. Row one: John hi Beamer, Ned Lavengood, Richard Lavengood, Robert Martin, Jim Jones, Terry Cowen, David Ford. Row two: Roland Schul, Thomas Weesner, Jerry Durnbaugh, John Stineman, Pere Allen, Albert Parker, Marjorie Lynn, Elizabeth Pearson. Row three: Bill Sellers. Mr. Ritchie. Mr. Miller. RADIO. Tom Bowman, Mr. Ritchie. John Smith, John Rockwell, Bill Reynolds. Stanley Ford, Jerry Garrison, Melvin Brill, Emerson Erb. PHOTOGRAPHY. Row one: Dave Har- vey, John Corso, Richard Fox, Charles Fer- guson, Bob Hale, Jack Gardner. Row two: Don Reynolds, Ruth Story, Ann Schlemmer, Alice Ross, Betty Addington, Margaret Jo Turpen, Helen Sele, Doris Harmon. Row three: Mr. Miller, 1VLr. Ritchie. Ev!,6iXw!,52Xvf,ZtV C!,-5qxv!,5Xv!, '-1 aqaane Zccmamicd Gad Do you remember the fragrant aroma of hot dogs drifting through the halls one evening after school? The hot dog sale and one of home-made ice cream were only two of several activities of the club this year. Another Worthwhile project was the making of costumes for the cast of "Pinafore." Officers of the club are Jackie Dela- plane, president: Ann Schlemmer, vice- president: Doris Harmon, secretary: Ruth Story, treasurer. Row one:-Jane Scheerer, Martha Miller. Row two:- Jackie Delaplane. Ann Schlemmer, Miss Miller, Doris Harmon, Ruth Story. Row three:-Veva Crurnrine, Alice Cramer, Peggy Moore, Helen Sele, Mary Cloud. Q. ,4. 4. Like almost every high school in Indiana, we have a Girls' Athletic Association, Whose pur- pose is to promote good sportrnanship in every field. By the point system the girls may win numerals and letters. To earn these points they must participate in intra-mural sports and skill tests. Each year at the banquet an Honor Award, a silver cup, is presented to the senior girl cho- sen as the most outstanding G. A. A. member in scholastic, athletic, and other extra-curricu- lar activities. In 1945 Nancy Morrow received the cup. This year the cup was awarded to lean Allard, the president of the association. Anna Lee Baer, vice-president: Alice Ross, treasurer: Iane Wimberly, secretary. Miss Betty Stone, girls' physical director, is the spon- sor. N Row one: Wilma Hettmansperger, X Norma Durham, Muriel Fisher, Mar- garet Jo Turpen, Janet Carter. Rfow two: Patsy Foust, Rebecca Elshire, Miss Stone, Jane Wimberly, Anna Lee Baer, Alice Ross, Doris Harmon, Joan Kinney, Mary Brinson, Doro- thy Nix. Row three: Patricia Pegg, Mary Heyde, Bonnie Winegardner, Clementine Gill, Norma Milam, Vice, Betty Addington, Jeanie Clark, Pat Schlemmer. Row four: Martha Martha Miller, Lyda BLu'k, Jean Modricker, Winifred Cales, Martha Christman, Carolyn Cross, Joann Tate, Connie Purdy, Sue Wake, Donna Mather, Barbara Carney, Margie Ross, Ruth Story. ' Row one: Virginia Guthrie, Phyllis Knotts, Betty Hiner, Martha Lamm, Joyce Touscany, Sharlene Russell, Do1'is Suddarth, Rose Smith, Virginia Kuffel, Louise Lavengood. Row two: Jane Scheerer, Betty Barrett, Cleo Williams, Joan Milam, Rosetta Beamer, Norma Browne, Phyllis Renbarger, Dorothy Hetzler, Alice Cramer, Peggy Barrett, Colleen Hor- ner, Margaret Hanna. Row three: Barbara Geeting, Janet Dwyer, Pat Burk, Norma Wilson, Rachel Fer- guson, Betty Miller, Margaret Lewis, Virginia Caldwell, Virginia Gray, Dorothy Eltzroth, Elaine Keller, Onolee Harmon. Row one: Dorothy Hetzler, Shirley Smith, Waylene Smyers, Willard Holloway, Phyllis Knotts. Row two: Quinneth Vrooman, Joan Sundheimer, Josephine Clupper, Harold Clupper, Anna Lee Baer. Row three: Gerry Gabel, Robert La- Follette, Gale Crumrine, John Smith, Howard Harlan, Dwight Hentgen, Cyril Clupper. Row four: Robert Purdy, Calvin Greiner, David Martin, Quinnette Bolsover, Glen LaFollette, Don Reynolds, Bob Ply, Jay Prewitt, Carol Jo Ferdinand. A. R. IINKS, Director duh eff cfzaal The members of the Wabash High School Band, Whether playing for students or giving a public per- formance, always present a pleasing program. Par- ticularly impressive have been such marching per- formances as were demonstrated between halves of football games. The band presented its annual winter concert in March. Work then began on numbers to be played in competition with other Indiana schools in contests. At the district contest, held April 13, our band was awarded first place in the BB division, which meant ever harder practice for the state contest of May 4. Mr. Iinks, director, again deserves to be congratu- lated upon producing such a talented band. BAND OFFICERS Row one: Wilma McDaniel, Beverly Vrooman, Phyllis Knotts, Anna Lee Baer. Row two: John Smith, Ned Lavengood, Wil- lard Holloway, Gale Crumrine. Congratulations to the band for having won first place in the state contest in the BB sec- tion, which includes the schools with enroll- ments of two hundred fifty to five hundred stu- dents. Our band com- peted at the contest with Warsaw, Colum- bia City, Chesterton. Crown Point, and Ren- sselaer. Wabash rated as Superior. ln the solo contest, lack Amick and Anna Lee Baer were rated as Excellent. DRUM MAIOBETTES Drum Majorettes: Josephine Clupper, Louise Lavengood, Mary Fulton, Quinnette Bols- over Barbara Greeting, Colleen Hudkins. VI' p f Row one: Beverly Vrooman, Barbara Carney, Art Eltzroth, Jean Ann Halderman. Row two: Lyda Burk, Marjorie Ross, Cleo Williams, Martha Hindel, Wilma McDaniel. Row three: Mary Fulton, Wilma Hettmansperger, Norma Brown, Dick Wardwell, Ned Lavengood, Bill Woodward, Jerry Durnbaugh, Jack Amick. Row four: Phyllis Renbarger, Mar- garet Hanna, John Coon. Row five: Bill Highley, Raymond Martin, Bob McDaniel, Larry Scheerer, Louise Lavengood, Jim Turpen, Mary Clupper. ff! .Quill anal Small Dave Harvey, Pat Schlemmer, John Nixon, Margie ROSS lust as athletes dream of the Club. ambitious scholars of M. C. L., and ama- teur actors of Thespians, neophyte high school journalists aspire to see their names inscribed on the roll of Quill and Scroll membership. This organization, with the sub-title International Honorary Society for High School Iournalists, has chapters in most high schools to en- courage and recognize outstanding journalistic accomplishments. Mem- bership is limited to upper-classmen who, in addition to ranking in the upper third of their class scholastically, have done outstanding Work in some phase of academic journalism. Members of the Quill and Scroll for the present year are Pat Schlemmer and Marge Boss, lboth elected last yearl and David Harvey and Iohn Nixon. This organization is sponsored by Miss Leonila Badger. Ev!,2v!,2v!,5.Xv!,6uTvlY,2vg,-5qXw1',5.XvlY,6.T51 '7!re471ir.n4 Row one: John Smith, Dick Hipskind, Sam Butterbaugh, Jim Parks, Doug Tillotson. Row two: Miss Mills, Norma Chamness, Mary Jo Alexander, Mary Lou Ferrie, Jane Browne, Dave Harvey. Membership in the local chapter of the National Thespian Dramatic Honor So- ciety is the goal that each dramatic club member strives for. The Thespian Club has been inactive socially this year due to the lack of members, but meetings were held at the regular dramatic meet- ings. To join the Thespians, a student has to have taken a major part in a three-act play or the minor part in sev- eral. He may also join if he has a ma- jor part in a one or two-act play. An- other Way, if he is not a player, is to be an assistant director or a stage man- ager: Each year the Thespians choose a Star Thespian whom they consider outstand- ing in the Dramatic field. This year Douglas Tillotson and Richard Hipskind were chosen. The Best Thespian A- ward was earned by Richard Hipskind. l. Smile, George. 4. Shop fellows. 7. Pretty boy Hipskind. Z. Some of the Commercial girls. 5. Annie ond Bob. 8. The noon crowd. 3. 46 cage boys. 6. Cozy bunch. 9. W. H. S. men. a 10. Hip, two, three. 13. Hubba, Hubba. 11. Fred and Punk. 14. Cute, aren't they? 12. Doug and Marge. 15. Hen party. ,X- The Reverend Dr. Harper, Char- les Ravenscroft, is enlightening the two sweet Brewster ladies on the ways of the world. Miss Abby, Pat Schlemmer, and Miss Martha, Iean Vice, seem to be very intently listening. Mortimer Brewster, Keith Waite, a dramatic critic, is in love with Elaine Harper, Margie Ross, the minister's daughter. Seniors in nfqaftenic ancf glcf .face " By Ioseph Kesselring '7u.M.afay, iqfllil 9, 1946 M M f -1 - 1 V i 12155 1 . . ,L X., V 'xr f X . '- 'W me ..f:E2. J' v - - f?.s2i"f Teddy Brewster, Doug Tillotson. X jg who thinks he's Teddy Roose- ef. -Qu 9, Kg velt, summons his cabinet to go a, X T., to SO1.1tl1 Af1'1CCt. gf ' z ' x x, -X it . Nas ' A "il P- " f 1 Mortimer painfully listens to Offcer O'Hara. writing. Iohn Nixon, as he relates his verson of a coming Broadway success, which he is Mr. Gibbs, Bob Martin, would-be victim of the Brewster sisters' kindness, is urged by Miss Martha and Miss Abby to drink the elderberry wine. Ionathon Brewster, Iohn Smith, notorious killer, is knocked un- conscious by Officer Brophy, Terry Cowen, cmd Officer Klein, lim Iones. In the background is Lt. Rooney, Iohn Coon, rather annoyed at being delayed by the crazy Brewster family. Dr. Einstein, Emerson Erb, and Ionathon tie Mortimer up in or- der to give him the "Me1bourne method". 1. A bunch of the boys-Ieep, 4. Doug and Nick show off for the 7. Who has her back toacameral Rocky, Fred, Tom, Tico. girls. 8. May Queen, 1946 I 2. Randy. 5. What's Wrong, Alice? 9 A bunch of the girls-Anne 3. lack and Iohn pose. 6. Look purty, Ianet, lane, and ' Peg, Janice' Marilyn. ' The others don't care. Peg. 10. Jean, lim, and Betty are ready 12. Sort of resembles Nixon to graduate. ll. "Carpy". 13. Cute toes, Alex. 14. You look unhappy, fellows. 1 53' ggkggsi H , . fx y3A5"N . 9 sf '45 r if x- Eeffff, . 2 is of .w ny, . 5 1 .sw 'x 3 ,gf 'M will ll Y: - , qi. 'J uf ., .. . ,, 41.3 - ' v. w 'J 'R , I HH , '- ' "w ' 1, N, ' . V 13.- 3, 1 ,, v I M s v i .'f ' w . r 'I "ff, V , .. .. we ' .w,m- - '1?"' 14. 4 mv x- -2- n .- Q ,.. , .Q 1 f -.M w- g-.-. ,pp N v, . A, ,V N, QI, 5. M,M1':g, .. f' 2 ' "1'1p '11"'.'.f' 3 1-, ' , .c..'w .L ' :Q 'J .' 5' " . ,, , . H .4',,-HN, 'Hwyi f""U w ' 1, -1: ,Q A " .7 ffl: -1 1 , 1. a ., 4,.. H4 1 1 X I L . fn. 1 ,W i. 'I .1 , , . ,lb . YV! , ,L , 41 . I .1 I'- lilllzntlnilallvmlu 1 af. .9 4aaZ6a,lZ .same Row one: Jack Younglove, Sam Butterbaugh, Jim Heizer, Robert Ply, Charles Dwyer, Lawrence Martin, Charles Ferguson, Jim Turpen, Don Spence, James Emrick, Dick Fox. Row two: George Coon, Robert Allison, William Woodward, James Hett- mansperger, Robert McDaniel, Robert Heizer, Melvin Brill, Richard La- vengood, Don Reynolds, Lorin Sparks, Tom Parker, William Bland. Row three: Assistant Coach Lawson, Walter Runkle, Art Eltzroth, James Cairns, Robert Hale, Jim Jones, John Rockwell, John Smith, Jim Parks. Terry Cowen, Doug Tillotson, Harold Baker, Coach John Tatum. .X-, .'N.,1:f:5:'LE sTQ:g:fgL: 1, COACHEIOHN TATUM The 1945 Wabash football season got off to a dismal start when the Apache eleven dropped their opening game to Kokomo 21-6 on their home field. Early in the game Sam Butter- baugh was put out of the game by an injury and did not return the remainder of the game. A different story resulted the next week when the Apaches walloped Elwood 33-l2 with the reserves playing much of the game. Parks scored the only touchdown and extra point to win the next game over the Huntington Vikings 7-6. A week later the Plymouth Pilgrims came to Wabash and left with a 22-6 victory under their belts and the C. I. A. C. championship cinched. Peru journeyed to Wabash for the next game to be trounced 35-19 by a hard hitting backfield and a hard charging Apache line with Tillotson and Parks making the touchdowns behind su- perb blocking. Wabash met Warsaw the next Wednesday and came out victor with a 21-13 score with little "Chuck" Ferguson faking the ball and piloting the Orange and Black to a hard fought victory. Two 40-yard touchdown treks by Parks and the defensive line play of Runkle, Younglove, and Smith were deciding factors in the victory. Wabash set a new record against Alexandria the next Friday when they piled up over 200 yards in the combined penalty of both sides. The Apaches won 35-U. Marion won the "Bell" from Wabash in defeating the Scalpers 13-12 due to a last quarter fumble with a completed pass to cinch it. The Mooseheart Ramblers came to Wabash to put on an exhibition of how football should be played with the Wabash eleven responding by giving the boys from Illinois a good stiff fight all the way. Both teams gave all they had in the best game of the year with many of the Wabash reserves giving a good account of themselves. Runkle, Cowen, and Parks were voted to the first team in the all-conference selections, with Smith and Brill making the second team. Rockwell, Tillotson, and Younglove were voted to the third team. Parks received honorable men- tion in the all state selections. Terry Cowen was eleced honorary football captain for the year by his team- mates to end the 1945 season. Those playing their last game for WHS were Iones, Smith, Rockwell, Runkle, Brill, Cowen, Tillotson, Butterbaugh, Hipskind, and Baker. The Apaches finished their season with a record of five wins in nine starts and placed second in the conference with tour wins and one loss. 1f5v!,5Xv!-5-Xvl'14v7v!,Qv!f5Xvs'16s7w1'12v!J27,1 Seadowi Recon! - 1945 - Wabash 7 ..... ....... .... K o komo 21 Wabash 32 .... ..... E1 Wood 12 Wabash 7 .,..s .... H untington 6 Wabash 21 .... .... W arsaw 13 Wabash 7 ...,. .... P lymouth 22 Wabash 35 .... ....... P eru 19 Wabash 35 .... ......... A lexandria 0 Wabash 12 ,... .............. M arion 13 Wabash 0--- .... Mooseheart tlllinoisl 13 SAM BUTTERBAUGH senior - halfback ABT ELTZRO-TH senior - tackle HAROLD BAKER senior - halfback sr A sii' "N MELVIN BRTLL senior - tackle second team A11 Conference Yfafuiiq F97 IOHN STINEMAN junior - guard TERRY COWEN senior - center first team All Conference t .feileamen IOHN ROCKWELL senior - end third team A11 Conference hm A W DOUG TILLOTSON senior - fullback WALTER RUNKLE third team A11 Conference senior - tackle first team A11 Conference FRED PARKS junior - halfback first team A11 Conference Honorable Mention A11 State A 3 ,iff 4 , IOHN SMITH LARRY MARTIN Senior - end Sophomore - halfback second team A11 Conference gig' CHUCK FERGUSON junior - quarterback HM IONES senior-guard and quarterback BUD FOX junior - fullback TACK YOUNG-LOVE junior - guard third 'team A11 Conference ALBERT PARKER senior - manager E Baakeiddl E Seated: Don Reynolds, Bud Fox Row one: Jim Jones, Harold Baker, Tom Bowman, Jim Cairns, Stan Ford, Jim Emrick Row two: Coach Lawson, John Smith, Rich Miller, John Rockwell, Jim Parks, Dave Harvey, Don Winterrowd The basketball team of 1946 will be remembered by fans of Wabash as one of the greatest teams to come from Wabash High. For the first time since the establishment of the Central Indiana Athletic Conference in 1934, Wabash had a team that captured the crown. They finished first in the 1945-46 conference race with a total of ten wins and two defeats. The season record with eighteen games played was fifteen games won and three games lost. Cage play opened with North Manchester on the Apache home court where the scalpers rolled to a 34-23 victory with a preview of the type of red hot basketball they were to display all season. Huntington was the next Scalper victim succumbing to the locals with a 45-38 score. Iohn Rockwell, W. H. S. pivot man, tossed in 23 counters to pace the cagers. A week later, the Linlawn Pirates came to Wabash to be overrun by the Apaches 55-40. The following week, Alexandria pushed the Wabash five all the way, but with a last quarter spurt the Apaches put the game on ice with the final score stand- ing 5l-44. Monticello fell next to the Apaches 56-38 when the home five dis- played a really fast and exciting type of ball. A week later Rochester, the team that had been the Apache downfall in the conference a year ago, received the full force of the avenging Apaches when Rockwell scored 32 points to tie the conference individual scoring record for one game and Miller, Iones, Ford, and Bowman helped him stack up a 52-19 score. Tipton came to Wabash the next day only to fall before the same flash and spark that the Scalpers had in all the previous games with a 64-47 score. Logansport was the scene of the next Apache victory. This game proved to be one of the most thrilling of the season's contests when "Tico" Miller tossed a 2 pointer in during the waning seconds to win the game 50-49. Huntington handed Wabash their first defeat in the New Year's day tourney after the Apaches had won over Peru in the first game 33-30. The final game score was 47-39. Peru came to Wabash the following week to bow before the Apaches to the tune of a 43-35 score. Marion was downed in the next game in much the same manner with a 44-33 score. Burris of Muncie was the next in line of Wabash wins with Bowman highlight- ing the game with his defensive play and the remaining four Apaches scoring to win 42-32. Elwood rung up the next Wabash victory with a 51-29 final tally. The first conference defeat was handed the locals when Rochester played a hard and revengeful game to win a close 40-38 contest. But the Apaches were to bounce back into the conference lead the following game when Plymouth lost a wide open game 70-51. Again it was Bowman who paced the Apaches with his brilliant defensive antics. The Circus City team fell to Wabash for the third time when the locals gave Peru a 44-38 beating. However the victory streak was broken first by South Side of Ft. Wayne over the Apaches 49-43, then by Kokomo with a 33-48 loss. Wabash went into the sectional tournament with a record of sixteen wins and four losses to defeat South Whitley, Urbana, Chester, and Lagro to cop the sectional crown. At Marion the regional champs, Gas City, defeated Wabash in the first game 36-34 to end the Apache season. Iohn Rockwell was voted to the all conference first team, and Tom Bowman and lim Iones were chosen as second and third team players respectively. Major award winners for the season were Rockwell, Ford, Bowman, Iones, Miller, Caims, Baker, Harvey, Smith, and Parks. Retuming next year will be Cairns, Harvey, and Parks. CHEER LEADERS Anna Donna Lee BHEI' Shockey 55 John Nixon ' I Xhv 2"-2525YESNNii A5Yk,X6QNN'!sXxlIi2.-2.22432-1:-yxv-2-acfagwmt-ff, ---- ?,-,...., -..VVVYVV W "W" """"' ""'h""':11wx1f5-if -'-I-1TG-XxvAics:f:Y3 ?'.!BPYx1'539xaeea1e':3'-1'n1'n1'WW- ,. Y "" fn 'N M M - -- . .x -,.,,. .X Q Q 5 Z 3 ? Z: 5' 4 A ? 1 92 A ,Q 21 gi 4 'r if 2 3 ? g E Q Z 2 Q 9 Z 5 5 Li 2 52 1 :ax-1vv.'rz,::1s:oQmmv4r412.-1.4wrwam:.v.:v:bm.zz'imm.a-r':.enx,z'4usmxzvsw. A 'Hamm-2-xn.:':frzx.-:wr-v in H , . f .-.fa-.f .mv V' - yr-2 1 A f , 3, .1 1'-' ,fi 5' -,.. ,l w. ry- -1 Y.: .": V , v A H iw.,f 1, .4 ,gf f W, X. bl, V' v "".' ,K x , ,. v '-441, '..,..,I Q 'af 'vw lm ev .' VN. N X .,. 4' ,nf--H Q ,Li ,.,, A. 7-' f-F, ,. H., , ,Lf 'lt ' .wx -':', -. , . -.9 ,. 6,1 wif! -Q 1 nv ww. '- ' " x"+:-, .. ,.L ',,!.,A. wav-usp: . ,51 x., "B" '7eam ,, Bukeldali The Wabash "B" team, known as the lunior Apaches, were slow in starting at the first of the season dropping iive of their first seven games. Although the team won only four of the eighteen games played, it served its main purpose in giving the younger players the necessary experience needed when in the future they will be the varsity cagers. Stimulated by the traditional rivalry, the "B" squad defeated their old rivals, Warsaw and Plymouth. They displayed an exceptional brand of basketball in their wins, giving the fans a prospect of good seasons in the future. H- YJLZXQ "8 " '7eczm Scfnecfule Wabash 16 .,.. ..... N o. Manchester Wabash 9 .... Huntington Wabash 31 .... .... W arsaw Wabash 23 .... ---Linlawn Wabash 23 .... Alexandria Wabash 26 .... .... M onticello Wabash 29 .... -Rochester Wabash 26 .... ...... T ipton Wabash 15 .... Logansporl Wabash 15 .... ,,,,.. P eru Wabash 7 .... ........... M arion Wabash 25 .... ..,. B urris of Muncie Wabash 22 .... .... ........... E 1 Wood Wabash 16 .... - ..... ..... R ochester Wabash 37 ..... Wabash 12 .... - - - Wabash 19 ..... .... Wabash 17 ..... YKLQXJQYLQS'-J. - -Plymouth --------,--Peru S. S. Fort Wayne --------Kokomo 26 24 23 24 33 27 20 18 29 17 15 27 33 17 23 20 27 24 7aac!z Seated: John Beamer, John Bitzel, William Pence, Lawrence Martin, Pete Allen. Kneeling: Howard Harlan, Jack Sullivan, Richard Miller, Stanley Ford, Jack Younglove, John Oldenkamp, James Hickey. Standing: Darrell Sanders, George Coon, Jim Parks, Jim Jones, Terry Cowen, Dave Harvey, David Ford, Albert Parker, Coach Austin Holloway. Absent from picture: John Smith, John Rockwell. As this is written, the W. H. S. track men are in the midst of their '46 season, having eight meets behind them, two ot which were wins. They have had meets with Chester, Hartford City, Peru, Warsaw, Marion, Huntington, Central Fort Wayne and have competed in the Muncie Relays, and the Kokomo Relays. Remaining are the sectional meet at Kokomo and the conference meet at home when Wabash will defend their last yeczr's C. I. A. C. Championship. The conference meet last year was held at Peru with Wabash competing in a field of ten schools. Wabash Won with a score of 52Vz points defeating the closest school, Huntington, by 18 points. Barnhart and Sullivan placed first and second in the mile run. Marks copped a second in the 440 yard dash. Gurtner won the high hurdles and got a second in the low hurdles with Ford taking a fifth in that race. The mile relay team, composed of Marks, Kelly, Gurtner, and Miller garnered second place while Barnhart came in first in the 880 yard run with Miller taking fifth. While Iones and Schlemmer tied with 3 others for third, fourth, and fifth in pole vault and Rockwell and Weaver received first and second in the shot put. Marks placed second in the broad jump to chalk up the final points to enable the Wabash team to win the C. I. A. C. championship for 1945. 1946 7aaa!a Schedule March 28 - Chester: Wabash ..... ---Here April 3 - Hartford City: Wabash ..... .... T here April 5 - Peru: Warsaw: Wabashh ......, ---,- Q t Peru April 19 - Fort Wayne Central: Wabash .... ---Here April 24 - Marion: Wabash ------------ ---- T hero April 27 - Muncie relays ------- -U There May 12 - Warsaw: Wabash ----- ---Here May 4 - Kokomo relays ---------- U- There May ll - C. I. A. C. Track meet ----- ---Here May 18 - Sectional Track meet ---- n Kokgmg 1 45 -gf Q wv, T fm T K NX ,J -XC Q ix Fgiwe k"' f R X , E x :...., HE 5335 ' TQ I3 Q T1 ss?g2l 'Qk, f K I 0,51 '5 QE I fx 3 M ., fl I ITT' 0 'Q , - AFTER LooKiNG FORWARD To THIS Mvmem' FOR FOUR YEARS, ,105 SUDDENL7 REALTzE5 How MUCH HE WILL miss THE FOOTBALL, AND BPSKETBALL GAMES, THE PEP SE5SloN5,THE coNVOcATlUN5., THE FRIENDS LEFT BEHIND,HND THE cRowDED HALLS oF w.H.S. BUT WHEREVER HIS PATH LEADS, ITWILL FOLLOW THE FORTUNE5 oF THE OTHERS OF THE u.Ass QF '46, 1946 Sq Sponetau MANUFACTURERS American Rock Wool Corporation B. Walter 6 Company, Incorporated Container Corporation of America L Eagle Picher Company Ford Meter Box General Electric Company General Tire and Rubber Company G. M. Diehl Machine Works, Inc. Laboratory Specialties Company Minneapolis-Honeywell Company Standard Foundry Company Standard Machine 6, Tool Company Vice Brothers' Pattern Shop 6: Foundry 5454545353543-15423 MERCHANTS Airgood's Cash Grocery A. 6 P. Tea Company Annie Brothers Baber Motor Supply Baer Lumber Company Baldwin Texaco Service Station Beitman 6 Wolf Bickel Shoe Repair Bill's Barber Shop Boston Store, Incorporated Bradley's Rexall Drugs Bromley Chevrolet Sales Brown Trucking Company Butch's Men's Store City Meat Market Cross's DeSoto 6 Plymouth Denney Motor Sales Dick's Men's Wear Dr. Arthur I. Steffen Dr. Edgar K. Black Dr. F. M. Whisler Dr. George B. Fults Dr. G. F. Kintner Dr. H. A. Pfeifer Dr. lames Pearson Dr. L. W. Yoder Dr. M. F. Iordan Dr. W. F. Warrington Durnbaugh's Hardware Company Eagles Theatre 5 qcamoae Spanien, coniinuecf . Eddie Allen Music Company E. O. Ebbinghouse Fashion Shoe Store Fasnacht's Iewelry Store F. I. Rettig F. M. Plummer Franklin Security Company Frank S. Gurtner F. W. Woolworth Company Gackenheimer's Pharmacies General Credit Corporation Good Housekeeping Shop Guthrie df Guthrie, Printers Gurtner's Locker Plant Halderman Farm Management Service H. O. Goodlander Homer T. Showalter Hoover Funeral Home Howard Cleaners Huff Brothers, Printers Hutchen's Laundry Iames W. Rhodes I. C. Penney Company Iohn Richard's King-Hipskind Company Kinerk Standard Service Kothe-Wells 6 Bauer Lewis 6, Lewis Lewis Paint Shop Local Finance Corporation Lutz Fumiture Store McNarney Brothers Meeks Bakery Mossman ci King Mrs. Bert Martin Meyers 6: Son, Iewelers Northem Indiana Public Ogan's Grocery Store Ohmart's Iewelry Store O. T. Swan P. K. Department Store P. L. McGrifi Service Co Sqcamafze Sfzandaful, eancfafef . Pontius Drug Store Public Service Company of America Reeves and Ferguson R. L. 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