Wabash High School - Sycamore Yearbook (Wabash, IN)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 70 of the 1948 volume:
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' A record remlnlscent of the
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of our Apache 1947-1948 school
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,Miami University, A. B.
'f University of Chicago, A. M.
University of Michigan
Phil N. Eskew
Oakland City College, A. B.
Indiana University, M. S.
Rettig Fults Beamer
goarc! aicluca fion
President ?-.W Nh. John V. Beamer
Secretary -?4T Mr. Frank Rettig
Treasurer .Pj Dr. George B. Fults
Nlrs. Dan VVilson
Nlrs. XViIlis A. Lightfoot
A. B., College of VVooster.
INI. A.. Columbia Univer-
Eldon E. Barnhart
Ph. B.. University of Chi-
Avis llletzger, R.
Grant County Hospital of
A. A B., Indiana University
Lewis IVI. Kauffmann
B. S., Ball State Teach-
Boys' Adviser, History,
A. B., Indiana State
Ph. B., University of Chi-
A. R. Jinks
A. B., Hanover College
Arthur lord an Conserv a-
Band. Glee Club. History
J. Austin Holloway
B. S., Ball State Teach
A. B.. DePauw Univei
B. S., Butler University
Galon R. Kliller
.-X. B., Klanchcster Col
B. S., Ball State leach
Robert L. Ritchie
.-X. B., Nlanchester Col
John R. Tatum
B. S., Indiana University
Ve ra V. XVilson
B. S., Columbia Univer-
BI. A., Columbia Univer-
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A. B., University of llli
Home Economics .
Cecilia E. Mills
A. B., Xlanchester Col
University of Chicago
Indiana State Normal
Theron R. Tewksbury
B. S., Colgate University
A. B., Oxford College
KI. S., Indiana University
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A GLINPSE OF THE CLASSES
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Klartin, Vice-Presidentg Bob NIcDaniel President.
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The embers of the dpache campfire are slowly dyingf and as they flieleer for the
last fleeting moments, there is little time for a pause or a backward glance.
In the fading glow of the firelight, as we senior Jpaches reflect upon the events
of the past, we sense the value of experiences shared with one another. Our lives
hafz'e been enriched by the association with our teachers and our classmates.
0ur best wishes to you freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Jlay your high school
years be as pleasant as ours hawe been.
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Robert Allison - Academic
Hai-Yg "VV" Club, Science Club,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Dramaticsg Or-
ange and Black Staffg Thespian 3,
4, Los Airiigosg Football 3. 45 Junior
Play, Sycamore Staff.
Jack Baber - Academic
Hi-Y, Science Club, M. C. A L.,
Camera Club, President 43 Los Ami-
gosg Orange and Black Staffg Bas-
ketbball 45 Sycamore Staff.
Donald Louis Baldus - Academic
Entered from Galveston, Indiana,
January 24, 1947. Hi-Y, Debate.
James Barnes - Academic
Betty Barrett - Commercial
Tri Hi-Yg Library Clubg II. F. F.g
G. A. A., president 33 Sycamore
Staffg Junior Play.
Corinne K. Beitman - Academic
M. F. F.g G. A. A.g Dramaticsg
Thespian 3, 4g Orange and Black
Staffg Class Secretary 23 Sycamore
Staff, Los Amigos.
Barbara J. Bloxson - Academic
Tri-Hi-Yg G. A. A., Library Club,
Chorusg M. C. L.: Dramaticsg Thes-
pian 3, 45 M. F. F.g Orange and
Black Staff, Junior Play, Sycamore
Jacqueline M. Brauneller - Academic
Bandg Los Amigosg G. A. A.g
Majorette 2, 3.
Betty Browne - Academic
Entered from Somerset, Indiana,
September 1946. Band, Chorus.
Robert G. Browne - Industrial
Entered from Somerset, Indiana,
Dean Cassiday - Industrial
Hi-Yg Science Club, "VV" Clubg
Track 3g Basketball 4.
Mary Cloud - Commercial
G. A. A.g Home Economics Clubg
Bill Conyer - Academic
Entered from Tilghman High
School, Paducah, Kentucky, Feb-
ruary, 1947. Hi-Yg Sycamore Staff.
George Coon - Vocational
Hi-Yg "VV" Clubg Dramaticsg Thes-
pian 45 Athletic Board 2, Football
3, 4,3 First Team All-Conference -lg
Honorable Nlention All-State -lg
Basketball 3, 45 Sycamore Staff.
John W. Corso - Academic
Science Clubg Camera Clubg Library
Clubg "W" Clubg Junior Red Cross
Councilg Student Councilg Football
Managerg Basketball Nlanager.
James Crull - lndustrial
Gene A. Crumley - Academic
Hi-Y, presidentg Sgt.-at-Arms -l.:
Dramaticsg Junior Playg Treasurer
-lg Thespian -l Starg M. C. L.g Sy-
Jerry Durnbaugh - Academic
Hi-Yg Bandg Dramaticsg Thespiang
Orangs and Black Staffg Los Ami-
gosg Science Clubg Camera Clubg
Student Councilg Junior Red Cross
Charles Dwver - Academic
Dramaticsg Thespiang "VV" Clubg
Basketball 3, -lg Football 3, -l.
Janet Dwyer - Academic
NI. F. F.g Editor-in-Chief of Orange
and Black -lg G. A. A.g Library
X Clubg Los Amigosg Cheer Leader
Dorothy Eltzroth - Commercial
G. A. A.g Chorusg Senior Scout.
Carole Jo Ferdinand - Commercial
G. A. A.5 Bandg Library Clubg
Orange and Black Staff.
Sharon Louise Fishback - Commercial
Entered from Lagro, Indiana, 1946.
Muriel Lee Fisher - Academic
G. A. A.g NI. F. F.g Dramaticsg
Thespiang Chorusg ll. C. L.g Sci-
ence Clubg Sycamore Staff.
Louise Ford - Academic
G. A. A.g NI. F. F., president -lg
Thespiang Dramaticsg Los Amigosg
NI. C. L.g Junior Playg Sycamore
Patsy E. Foust - Academic
Tri-Hi-Yg G. A. A.g KI. C. L.
Donald Fraustcin - Industrial
Mary B. Fulton - Academic
G. A. A.g Bandg Chorusg Los Ami-
gosg Klajorette 2, 3, -I-3 Senior Scout.
Jack 'Otto Gardner - Academic
Hi-Y Dramaticsg Sergeant-at-Arms
Z9 Student Councilg Library Clubg
Science Clubg .Associate Editor of
Orange and Blackg Inter Nosg Ser-
geant-at-Arms -lg Junior Playg Ten-
nis -l-: Sycamore Staff.
Barbara Geeting - Academic
G. A. A.g Rl. F. F.g Library Club:
Los Amigosg Junior Red Cross
Councilg' Circulation Klanager of
Orange and Blackg Nlajorette l, 2,
33 Cheer Leader -I-.
Lawrence A. Gray - Academic
Hi-Yg Science Clubg Library Clubg
Los Amigosg Debateg Circulation
Manager' of Orange and Black -l:
Tennis -I-g Sycamore Staff: Cheer
Calvin Greiner - Academic
Hi-Y, vice-president -lg Band: Sci-
ence Club, president 4.
Ann Gurtner - Academic
G. A. A.g lll. F. F.3 Chorusg Dra-
maticsg Thespiang Orange and Black
Staffg Junior Playg Sycamore Staff.
Jean Halderman - Academic
G. A.. A.3 Science Clubg Bandg Dra-
maticsg Feature Editor of Orange
and Black 33 Quill and Scroll: Sy-
Onolee Harmon - Commercial
G. A. A.g Chorus
james H. Heizer - Academic
Hi-Y, president -lg Debateg Football
4: All-Conference Second Team -l.
Gerald Hopkins - Industrial
Dramaticsg Thespiang Tennis.
lVIarv Elizabeth Heyde - Commercial
GIA. AJ Library Clubg Camera
Thomas Houlihan - Commercial
Rita Colleen Hudkins - Academic
G. A. A.g M. F. F.g Library Club:
Student Council 33 Tri-Hi-Y:
Dramaticsg Thespiang Orange and
Black Staffg Chorus: Junior Play:
Drum lllajorette 2, 3.
Elaine R. Keller - Commercial
G. A. A.g Library Clubg Chorusg
Robert E. LaFollette - lndustrial
Hi-Yg Science Club.
Charles Leeka - lndustrial
lVendell D. Leland - Academic
,Hi-Yg Orange and Black Staffg
Mary Ann Lux - Academic
Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer 3, -lg Red Cross
Councilg BI. F. F.g Los Amigosg
Dramaticsg Thespiang Sycamore
-lames David Xlartin - Academic
Hi-Yg Bandg Dramaticsg Thespiang
Red Cross Council: Science Clubg
"YV" Clubg junior Playg Football -l-.
Larry Nlartin - Academic
Hi-Y, sergeant-at-arms -lg "XV"
Clubg Library Clubg Student Coun-
cilg Camera Club, vice-president -lg
Class Vice-President -lg Dramaticsg
Thespiang Junior Playg Football 2,
3, -lg Second Team All-Conference
-lg Sycamore Staff.
Donna Jean lvlather - Commercial
G. A. A.g Library Clubg Student
Council 2, 3g Class Secretary 1, 35
Sycamore Staff, Assistant Editor.
Bob KIcDaniel - Academic
Bandg 6'Wl' Club, president 3, -lg
Red Cross Council: Student Council,
vice-president, 3g Class President 1,
-lg Junior Playg Football 3, -lg Cap-
tain -lg First Team All-Conference
4-g Fourth Team All-State -lg Basket-
ball -lg Athletic Board 3g Sycamore
Robert V. hIcVicker - Academic
Hi-Y, vice-president lg Student
Council -lg Class President 3g Art
Clubg Sycamore Staff.
Betty Lou llliller - Commercial
G. A. A.g Senior Scout
Martha Ann Miller - Academic
Entered from Urbana 19-l-55 Library
Clubg lil. C. L.g Home Economics
Clubg Tri-Hi-Y: Science Club. sec-
Peggy lVloore - Academic
lll. F. F.g G. A. A.g Los Amigos,
Dramatics Clubg Home Economics
Clubg Red Cross Councilg Student
Councilg Class Vice-President 2, 35
Library Clubg Orange and Black
Staffg Sycamore Staff.
VVilliam Stewart lilyers - Academic
Entered from South Bend Riley 1946.
Hi-Yg Bandg Science Clubg Camera
Clubg Dramaticsg Junior Play.
Helen C. Pearson - Academic
G. A. A.g lil. F. F.g lll. C. L.g Tri-
Hi-Yg Library Clubg Dramaticsg
Thespiang Science Clubg Orange and
Black Staffg Sycamore Staff.
Robert VVesley Ply - Academic
Hi-Yg Bandg Dramaticsg Thespiang
"WH Clubg Junior Playg Football 3.
45 Second Team All-Conference 4.
Earl Potter - Academic
Entered from Cedar Rapids. Iowa.
1947. Football -lg Basketball 45 Hi-
YQ "VV" Clubg Orange and Black:
Student Council -l.
Constance Joan Purdy - Commercial
G. A. A., president -I-3 T'ri-Hi-YQ
Red Cross Council: Senior Scout.
Jerry Bernarr Rife - Academic
Los Amigosg 'KVVU Clubg Inter Nos.
president -lg Nl. C. L.3 Library
Clubg Orange and Black Staffg Quill
and Scrollg Track 3. -lg Sycamore
Staffg Junior Play.
Klarjorie Lois Ross - Commercial
Bandg G. A. A.g Library Club:
M. C. L.
Shirley Ross - Commercial
Library Clubg G. A. A.. vice-presi-
dentg Tri-Hi-Yg Student Council.
Darrell lf. Sanders - Academic
Science Club, vice-presidentg Red
Cross Council, vice-presidentg Los
Amigosg HVVU Club: Track 2. 3. -l:
John Schetzsle - Industrial Vocational
Jack A. Scott - Academic
Science Clubg Hi-Y. Chaplaing Los
Amigosg Sycamore Staff. Business
Pat Smith - Commercial
Library Club, president 45 G. A. A..
Point lllanager 4.
Rosie Helen Smith - Academic
G. A. A.g Library Clubg Orange
and Black Staffg Home Economics
Sarah Katherine Siders - Commercial
Los Amigosg Library Clubg Glee
James A. Sterling - Academic
Hi-Yg Orange and Black Staffg
Football: HYVH Club.
Frank S. Stephens, Jr. - Academic
Hi-Y, secretary-treasurer -I-3 Ml. C.
Lg Science Clubg Inter Nos, vice-
president -lg Orange and Black Staff,
Sports Editor 4-g Quill and Scrollg
Frances Lucille Snyder - Commercial
G. A. A.g Library Club: Orange
and Black Staff: Home Economics
Alice Strickler - Commercial
Joan Sundheimer - Academic
G. A. A., Band 1, 2, M. C. L.,
Spanish Club, Ni. F. F., Tri-Hi-Y,
vice-president 35 Sycamore Staff.
Peggy Joann Tate - Academic
G. A. A., Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross
Councilg Junior Play, Science Club,
Library Club, Senior Scouts, presi-
Sue Wake - Commercial
G. A. A., Library Club, Orange
Doris Ludean Weaver - Commercial
G. A. A., Senior Scouts.
Anne Wiles - Academic
Class Vice President, 15 Library
Club, Student Council, Los Amigosg
Dramaticsg Thespian, vice-president
-I-5 Junior Play, Tri-Hi-Y, Syca-
llorris D. Williams - Industrial .Arts
Orange and Black
Jane Wimberly - Academic
G. A. A., secretary 2, M. C. L.g
Orange and Black, Circulation Man-
ager 25 Los Amigos, Dramatics, sec-
retary 3, 45 Thespian, secretary 43
Student Council, vice president 45
Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 3, secretary 43
M. F. F., secretary -I-3 Junior Playg
Bonnie Joan Winegardner - Commer-
G. A. A., Library, secretary-treas-
urer 35 Tri-Hi-Y.
William G. Woodward - Academic
Football 3, 45 Bandg Red Cross
Council, Science Club, Los Amigos,
Hi-Y, "W" Club.
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The boys shown here laboring in the machine
shop may he our future industrialists.
If you have any leisure time, you may spend it
here in quiet study.
Concentration and rhythm produce speed and
accuracy, which are most essential to good typing.
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something about sewing even
though she rnay not become a housewife.
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Landis, Mary jane
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Kiefaber, Mary Esther
La Follette, Glen
Nangle, Mary Ann
Rish, Mary Ann
Ross, M artha
Shaw, Mary Donna
Van Dielen, Robert
VVoodward, Jo Ann
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Hettmansperge r, Richard
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Larry Martin, Jack Ba-
ber, Jack Scott, Jane
Wimberly, Gene Crum-
ley, Betty Barrett, Bob
McDaniel. Helen Pear-
Ann Gurtner, Barbara
Bloxson, Mary Ann Lux,
Colleen Hudkins, Jerry
Rife. Corinne Beitman,
Jean Ann Halderman.
Donna Mather, Joan
Sundheimer, M u r i e l
Jack Gardner, Jim Heiz-
er, Larry Gray, Wendell
Leland, George Coon.
Bob Allison. Bill Conyer.
Peggy Moore. Anne
Absent: Louise Ford.
Qui! ana! Sci-0
Rosetta Beamer, Jerry Rite, Mrs. Adams,
Janet Dwyer, Frank Stephens, Helen Ford,
Jean Ann Halderman.
Row 1: Dorothy Rey-
nolds, Norma Henry,
Judy Sinclair, Jack
Gardner, Janet Dwy-
er, Mrs. Adams, Frank
Stephens, Helen Ford,
Peggy Moore, Shirley
Row 2: Ronald Holloway.
Mary Jo Gillen, David
Watson, Pat Pearson,
Dorothy Hetzler, Phy-
llis Renbarger, Steve
Row 3: Wendell Leland,
Dick LaSalle, Jim Hip-
sher, Carroll Voss, Je
ry Rife, Jim Vice.
Row 1: Anne A eau-
champ, Martha Ross.
Rosetta Beamer, Janet
Dwyer, Jack Gardner,
Mrs. Adams, J erry
Rife, Louise Laven-
good, Barbara Geeting,
Row 2: Virginia Gar-
pow, Pat Burk, Mar-
garet Hanna, Helen
Pearson, John Olden-
kamp, Frank Stephens,
Row 3: Earl Potter, John
Sager, John Thomp-
son, Larry Gray, Frank
Absent: Jerry Hodel.
The zealous hope of every young journalist
is to become an active member of the national
organization, Quill and Scroll. The requirements
for this honorary organization are comparatively
few but difficult to achieve.
As a reward for working diligently on the
Orange and Black staff, four students this year
were made members of the Quill and Scroll: Ro-
setta Beamer, Helen Ford, Jerry Rife, and Frank
The Hi-Y club. under the able
sponsorship of Mr. Kauffmann,
was one of the most active clubs
this year. They started with their
annual hayride, sponsored several
dances, collected the largest
Christmas food donation ever giv-
en by VVabash students, and
wound up with the traditional
Officers were: Gene Crumley,
president: Calvin Greiner. vice-
presidentg Frank Stephens. secre-
tary-treasurer: Jack Scott. chap-
lain: and Larry hlartin. sergeant-
Row l: Mr. Kauffmann.
Jack Scott. Robert Mc-
Vicker. James Heizer.
Gene Crumley. Calvin
Greiner, Frank Steph-
ens. Larry Martin.
Row 2: Robert Allison,
James Sterling. David
Martin. Larry Gray,
Earl Potter. Robert
Ply. William Conyer.
George Coon, Jack Ba'
Row 3: Don Baldus,
Dean Cassiday, Jerry
Leland. Stewart Myers.
-Jack Gardner. Bill
Row 1: James Jacoby.
Fred Moore, Joe Pat-
ton. Bob Sundheimer.
Don Williams. Larry
Smith. Galen Weaver.
Gary Weesner. Ted
Row 2: Dick Carpenter.
Bob Yeater, John Old'
enkamp. Dick Rey-
nolds. Vernon Leland.
Bill Ply. Lemoine Col-
lins. Steve McVieker.
Row 3: Joe Welty, Jim
Forbes, John Sager.
John Thompson, Bob
Ogan, Kaye Wilson.
Absent: James Bean.
Phil Cramer, Floyd
Fields. Jerry Hodel, Jer-
ry McVieker, Bill Rife,
Donald Ross, Bill Strick-
The Girls, Athletic Association
is open to all high school girls in-
terested in fun and good sports. A
total of twenty-five points must
be earned each six weeks in order
to remain in the organization.
These points may he earned by
participating in intramural sports.
This year's G, A. A. was under
the capable leadership of Con-
stance Purdy, the senior president:
Carol Trisler, vice-president: Phy-
llis Carpenter, secretary: Sally
Reahard, treasurer: Pat Smith.
point manager. llfliss ltloreland
is the sponsor. g
i Row 1: Dorothy Wasson,
Mary Helen Simons,
Lois Hornaday, Aleda
Leland, Barbara Cat-
tin, Vendetta Leland,
Constance Purdy, Phy-
llis Carpenter, Carolyn
Bellock, Virginia Coon,
Norma Henry, Peggie
Row 2: Sonya Popowski.
Marcia Wake, Jo Son-
da, Jean Strine, Vir-
ginia Caldwell, Lutri-
cia Blockson, Sheila
Kelly, Donna Shaw,
Nancy Bramlett, VVil-
ma Oswalt, Joan Wood-
Row 1: Sally Reahard,
Barbara Schaaf, Mar-
tha Ross, Janet Dwyer,
Betty Hetzler, Shirley
Scheerer, Loretta Ga-
rison, Flossie Frazier,
Phyllis Gray, Patricia
Adkins, Barbara Bel-
Row 2: Dorothy Hetzler,
Rosetta Beamer, Shar-
lene Russell, Jessie
Cassiday, D o r 0 t h y
Forbes, Margaret Car-
penter, Mary Ann
Thomson, Jane Hett-
Strickler, Patricia Pegg.
Row 3: Phyllis Renbarg-
er, Patricia Burk, Mary
Esther Kiefaber. Doris
Conrad, Bettv Barrett
Donna Mather, Shirley
Ross, Cleta Brauneller,
Joann Tate, Wilma
Lower, Carolyn Baker.
The organization that recogniz-
es outstanding students in the field
of dramatics is Thespians. This
year for the first time a formal
initiation was held for all new
An active and ambitious organi-
zation which always seems to have
plenty to do is the Dramatics Club,
whose major production this year
was Gilbert and Sullivanls "Pi-
rates of Penzancefl
Officers of the club this year
were: President, Larry Nlarting
vice-president, Anne Wilesg secre-
tary, Jane Wimberl5'g treasurer,
Row 1: Carolyn Cross,
Muriel Fisher, Virginia
Caldwell, Jane Wim-
berly, Larry Martin,
Anne Wiles, Gene
Crumley, Rhoda Light-
foot, Peggy Burns-
Worth, Corinne Beit-
rnan, Colleen Hudkins.
Row 2: Barbara Blox-
son, Mary Anne Lux,
Jeanie Clark, Joyce
Touscany, R o s e t t a
Beamer, Charles Dwy-
er, Robert Ply, Jerry
Row 3: George Coon,
Helen Pearson, Ann
Gurtner, Robert Alli-
son, David Martin,
Row 1: Martha Pearson,
Margery Martin, Joan
Crumley, Mary Esther
Kiefaber, Dorothy Nix,
Dorothy Wasson, Ven-
detta Leland, Mary
Ann Naugle, Doris
Haupert, Sheila Kelly.
Row 2: David Watson.
Gene Overman, Bill
Ply, Richard Leonard.
Joe Patton, Steve Mc-
Vicker, Stewart Myers,
Lemoine Collins, Galen
Weaver, Don Williams.
With Dick Carpenter as presi-
dent and lllr. Eskew as adviser,
the Student Council has tried this
year to bring about more coopera-
tion among the student body. Its
first-semester project was the pre-
sentation of the Kryl Concert on
November 4, and the second se-
mester it sponsored a courtesy
Other officers are: Jane VVim-
berly, vice-president, and blary
Donna Shaw, secretary-treasurer.
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blembers of the Junior Red
Cross Council engaged in the
usual activities this year. They
conducted the annual membership
drive, sold tuberculosis tags, and
solicited a substantial amount for
the Community Klarch of Dimes.
Students who were ill or suffered
bereavements received cards from
the council. The newest projects
were the purchase of a Nativity
Scene and the making of posters
for the lllarion Veterans' Admin-
istraticn. bliss Hipskind is the
Row l. Shirley Ross.
Donna Shaw, Dick Car-
penter, Mr. Eskevv,
Jane Wimberly, Rita
Row 2: Martha Lamm,
Bob Yeater, Steve Mc-
Vicker, Jim Vice, Mary
Ann Naugle. Mary Ann
Junior Red Cross
Row 1: Anne Beau-
champ, Darrell San-
ders, Miss Hipskind,
Judy Sinclair, Nancy
Bender, Doris Haupert.
Row 2: Jim Vrooman,
Mary Ann Lux, Roland
Holloway, B a r b a r a
C o o k s e y, Winifred
Cales. Marjorie Graeb-
Absent: Mary Ann Rish,
Mary Ann Lux, John
Tri-Hi-Y, one of the most out-
standing organizations in school,
was organized in February, 1947,
for sophomore, junior, and senior
girls. They sponsored the Har-
vest Ball in November and gave
a Christmas party for the girls at
Whitels Institute. In December
they helped the Hi-Y collect can-
ned foods for baskets for the
needy. The second semester the
girls campaigned for money for the
World Youth Fund and held a
carnival, which they would like to
make a traditional affair.
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The adviser for Tri-Hi-Y is
Miss Morelandg president, Shirley
Smith: vice-president, Joan Sund-
heimerg secretary, Jane Wimber-
lyg treasurer, Mary Ann Lux,
chaplain, Patsy Foust.
Smaller this year than in former
years, the Library Club has striven
to keep each member actively en-
gaged in assisting the librarian
with her routine tasks. These
members have profited individual-
ly rather than in an organized
group in learning proper library
Row 1: Colleen Hudkins,
Rhoda Lightfoot, Jane
Wimberly, S h i r 1 e y
Smith, Joan Sundheim-
er, Mary Ann Lux, Jo-
ann Tate, Shirley Ross,
Row 2: Nancy Bender,
Connie Purdy, Martha
Lamm, Phyllis Ren-
barger, Jo Sonda, Mary
Ann Naugle, Sheila
Kelly, Bonnie Wine-
gardner, Barbara Blox-
Row 3: Shermadean
Ridenour, R o s e t t a
Beamer, Dorothy Hetz-
ler, Martha Christman.
Martha Miller, Helen
Pearson, Betty Barrett,
Absent: Patsy Foust,
Mary Ann Rish, Quin-
Row 1: Jackie Lower,
Virginia Parrett, Wil-
Susie Widmeyer, Bar-
bara Schaaf, Sally Rea-
Row 2: Sharlene Horn-
aday, Virginia Gray.
Virginia Kuffel, Nancy
Seated: Barbara Schaaf,
Virginia Gray, Larry
Martin, Jack Baber, Bar-
bara Schlemmer, Harold
Standing: Jerry Durn-
baugh. Stewart Myers,
Mr. Miller, John Corso.
Rosetta Beamer, Jerry
Rife, Mrs. Adams, Frank
Stephens, Jack Gardner.
The Camera Club, under the
direction of Mr. lNIiller, was or-
ganized for the first time this
year independently of the Science
Club. The members worked hard
selling ball-point pens and taking
pictures in order to raise money
for photographic equipment which
the club needs.
Jack Baber serves as president:
Larry Martin as vice-president,
and Virginia Gray as secretary-
,gn fel' W05
Inter-Nos is composed of third
and fourth-year Latin students.
Their purpose is to arouse interest
in the classics and provide social
entertainment for themselves.
This year they admitted deserving
second-year Latin students as asso-
ciate members. These members
attend the meetings but are un-
able to vote or hold office.
Jerry Rife serves as president,
with Frank Stephens as vice-presi-
dent, Rosetta Beamer, secretary-
treasurerg Jack Gardner, sergeant-
at-armsg and lWrs. Adams, spon-
This year lll. F. F. organized
as a booster club for junior and
senior girls, had the largest mem-
bership it has had in several years.
At the close of football season.
the girls served the traditional
banquet for the lettermen and
senior football boys. llliss Jones
is the sponsor of the clubg presi-
dent, Louise Ford: vice-president.
Anne VViles: secretarr -treasurer.
Among the clubs of XV. H. S.
is the llfl. C. L., the honor society.
Its membership consists of stu-
dents who have been on at least
one of the two six Weeks' honor
rolls and on the semester honor
roll ot the same grading period.
llliss Young is the sponsor of
M. F. F.
Row 1: Louise Laven-
good, Barbara Geeting.
Barbara Bloxson, Vir-
ginia Caldwell, Jane
Wimberly, Anne Wiles.
Colleen Hudkins, Peg-
gy Burnsworth, Joan
Fisher. Rhoda Light-
Row 2: Phyllis Renbarg-
er, Jo Sanda, Norma
Durham, Dorothy Nix.
Dorothy Hetzler, Caro-
lyn Cross, Betty Bar-
rett, Corinne Beitman.
Helen Pearson. Janet
Row 3: Ann Gurtner.
Shirley Smith, Wini-
fred Cales, Jeanie
Clark, Joyce Touscany.
Rosetta Beamer, Mar-
tha Christman, Helen
Ford, Peggy Moore.
Virginia Garpow. Mary
Absent: Carol Trisler.
Quinneth Vrooman. Lou-
ise Ford. Norma Brown.
M. C. L.
Row 1: Doris Haupert.
Barbara Cattin, Patri-
cia Pegg, Sharlene Rus-
sell, Rhoda Lightfoot.
Jerry Rife, Anne Wiles.
Phyllis Renbarger, Dor-
othy Nix, Betty I-liner.
Row 2: Isabel Wimberly.
Mary Ann Naugle.
Vendetta Leland, Hel-
en Ford. Joan Crum-
ley, Mary Esther Kief-
aber, Rosetta Beamer.
Dorothy Hetzler, Wini-
fred Cales, Marjorie
Graebner. Sheila Kel-
Row 3: Dick Reynolds.
Galen Weaver, Gene
Crumley, Frank Steph-
ens. John Oldenkarnp.
David Smith. Larry
Smith. Ronald Hollo-
Row 1: Jerry Durn-
baugh, Jim Heizer,
Martha Miller, Muriel
Fisher, Barbara Blox-
son, Helen Pearson,
Phyllis Renbarger, Dor-
othy Hetzler, Joann
Tate, Bill Woodward,
Row 2: Mr. Ritchie, Cal-
vin Greiner, Frank
Stephens, Dick Rey-
nolds, Bob Allison,
Jack Gardner, Bob Ply,
Row 3 John Oldenkamp,
Darrell Sanders, Jack
Babei Harold Clupper,
Stewart Myers, John
Thompson Jack Scott,
David Martin, Larry
Karl Thompson, Hugh
Landis J 1m Vice, Mr.
Gray Winifred Cales,
The Science Club, whose pur-
pose is to promote extra-curricular
interest in the advancement of
science, worked on several proj-
ects this year in order to sponsor a
trip to Chicago in the spring. Cal-
vin Greiner serves as presidentg
Darrell Sanders as vice-presidentg
Martha llfliller as secretary-treas-
urerg Bob Allison as sergeant-ab
arms. lllr. Ritchie is the sponsor.
One of the most time-consum-
ing of all high school activities is
debate, sponsored by hir. Tcwks-
bury. The question debated this
year was, i'Resolved that the Fed-
eral Government should require
the arbitration of labor disputes
in all of the basic American in-
In addition to its regular sched-
ule, this group participated in a
number of Junior-Town lyleeting
programs, which are sponsored
by station WOXVO.
This yearls debaters were Karl
Thompson, .Tim Vice, VVinifred
Cales, Don Baldus, and Hughie
Row 1: Norma Brown, Rlarjorie Ross. lllartha
Row 2: John Bracken, Lowell Bain, Jim Petry.
lVlarlin McDaniel, Betty Hetzler.
Row 3: lllarjorie Martin, George Keller, Jack
,Amick, Jerry Durnbaugh, Flwood Thomas.
Row -P: Betty Browne, Richard Hettmansper-
ger, Richard Sloop. Jacqueline Brauneller.
Drum Major and lwajorettes
David Wat.'o:i, lllary Fulton,
Irene Pegg, Jackie Brauneller,
Lutrieia Bloclzson, Louise Lavengood
Captain --R, ..r,i Harold Clupper
First Lieutenant .? Shirley Smith
Second Lieutenant W,.-...l Jack Amick
Sergeants ?.,..? Norma Brown, Jerry
Durnbaugh, Phyllis Renbarger. Robert
Corporals ..,. Dorothy Hetzler, Calvin
Greiner, David lllartin, Stewart Nlyers,
Drum lVlajor i,,,,-..4, David lVatson
DiI'CCf01' - 7 fn-, ,.,,Y,,,.. lllr. A. R, links
Roxy 1: hlary Lou Osyyalt, U-orothy Hetzler,
'low 2: Barbara Pressler, Harold Clupper.
David Wvation. Jim Vrooman. Phyllis
Pow 3: Robert LaFollerte, Kenneth Hettman-
sperger, Tom Bell, Robert King, Fred
Lintner. David Smith. Jack Clupper.
Roxy -l-: David lllartin, Kelly Eltzroth, Calvin
Greiner, Ronald Holloway, lVIr. links, dir-
SCHOO BA D
Row 1: llary Oswalt, Dorothy VVasson, Sharlene Hornaday, Virginia Caldwell
Caldwell, Colleen Hudkins, Cleta Brauneller.
Row 2: Ruth Arnett, Barbara Knotts, lllarcia Wzike, Carolyn Baker, Betty Browne
Because Cornelia has the measl-
es, Leo and Dick devise a plan to
smuggle her off the ship.
' Cornelia and Emily try to im-
press llonsieur DeLa Croix with
their recitations and ballet.
Cornelia Comforts Emily, who
believes she has killed a man.
HOW' ,irlearfd mre youu an ag
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WMA 30, 1948
Cas! of CSIIIIFIICIFFS
Steward MM Jerry Durnbaugh
lN'Irs. Skinner M. Helen Pearson
Cornelia Otis Skinner -M Anne Wiles
Otis Skinner M Jack Gardner
M-. Louise Ford
Stewardess M Jean Ann Halderman
Dick Winters M Bill Conyer
Admiral M David Martin
Harriet St. John
M Jane Wimberly'
Leo McEvoy M Larry Gray
Inspector M Joann Tate
Therese M Colleen Hudkins
Madame Elise ...M Betty Barrett
Monsieur DeLaCroix M Jerry Rife
..-...M Larry Martin
Director ...MM lllrs. Vera Kinerk
Stage Set Design -M.. Gene Crumley
Stage Set Decoration Committee: Mary Ann
Lux, Shrley Ross, Connie Purdy, Bonnie
Winegardner, Joan Sundheimer, lVIorris Will-
iams, Carol Jo Ferdinand.
Stage Manager M Jack Scott
Stage Crew: George Coon, Jack Fearnow, Cal-
vin Greiner, Darrell Sanders, Gerald Hop-
kins, Jim Sterling.
Properties: Patsy Foust, Ann Gurtner, Robert
Borwne, Muriel Fisher, Barbara Geeting,
Prompters: Corinne Beitman, Donna lllather,
and Frank Stephens.
Make-up: Miss Cecila Mills, Miss Ruth Jones,
Mrs. E. A. Ford.
Music by Hiarold Clupper, Dorothy Hetzler.
Don Hapner, and Ronald Holloway.
Faculty Advisory Comlmitteez Miss Ruth Jones,
Miss Cecilia Mills, and lVIr. Phil N. Eskew.
Sensing the need for a more
wholehearted and concentrated
cheering section at football and
basketball games, a group of sopho-
more girls organized the Booster
Club in November of this year.
Beginning with its eighteen char-
ter members, the club appeared in
a bloc at manv games, and the
srirls could easilv be identified both
bv their white blouses and bow ties
and bv their effective and enthusi-
Officers of the club were:
lflary Esther Kiefaber, president:
,loan Crumlev, vice-president'
Nanci' Bramlett. secretarvtreas-
urer. ll-'Iiss Badger serves as soon-
Row 1: Nancy Bender,
Margery Martin, Joan
Crumley, Mary Esther
Kiefaber, Nancy Bram-
-lett, Martha Ross, Bar-
bara Schaaf, Sally Rea-
hard, Mary Shaw, Dor-
Row 2: Barbara Schlem-
mer, Virginia Gray,
Sheila Kelly, Doris
Haupert, Mary Ann
Naugle, Isabel VVim-
berly, Martha Pearson,
Rita Frehse, Patricia
Pearson, Phyllis Car-
Row 1: Earl Potter
James Sterling, Darrell
Sanders, Jerry Rife,
David Martin, Robert
Ply, William Ply, Bill
Woodward, John Cor-
Row 2: Dean Cassiday,
Charles Dwyer, Robert
Yeater, Larry Martin,
James Heizer, Robert
McDaniel, L e m o i n e
Row 3: Bob Allison,
Dale Thomson, Jim
Hipsher, George Coon.
Absent Jerry Hodel.
All boys who win their awards
in one of the three major sports?
football, basketball, and track-
are eligible to become members
of the "VV" club. The club func-
tions under the able sponsorship of
Mr. Tatum, football coach, and
Xlr. Lawson, basketball coach.
Officers this year are: Presi-
dent, Bob lWcDaniel: vice-presi-
dent, Bob Yeaterg secretary-treas-
urer, Larry Martin, sergeant-ab
arms. John Corso.
THE DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETIE5
Row 1: Woodward, LaSalle, Sager, Dave lliartin, Leeka, Drook, Amick, Hettmansperger, Ster-
ling, Herrell, Eltzroth.
Row 2: Larry 'lVIartin, Hipsher, lXIcDaniel, Heizer, Hodel, Thompson,,Dwyer, Spence, hic-
Vicker, Guhl, Alexander, Collins.
Row 3: Assistant Coach Kauffmann, Thomson, Strickler, Potter, Fearnow, Coon, Ply, Sparks.
Harris, Bland, Allison, DeVore, Coach John Tatum, lklanager Bill Ply.
Losing only two contests of the nine games scheduled, VVabash High enjoyed its most suc-
cessful football season since l9-IPZ. One of those defeats was to the Plymouth Pilgrims, who be-
came Conference Champs. The Apaches' second loss was to their formidable rivals, the lNIarion
Back of our successful season was the excellent combination of Tatum, Kauffman, and Law-
son, our head coach, our assistant coach, and our scout, respectively. The efforts of these men,
combined with the Willingness of the boys to work as a team, made the 1947 season a great
Assistant Coach Kauffinann
Concordia 0 22
Elwood 0 13
Huntington 0 21
Howe 7 40
Plymouth 32 Z8
Peru 0 13
Hartford City 18 34-
Bluffton 0 14
llarion 1 8 7
Next year Coach John Tatum will be fac-
ing the serious problem of replacing the boys who
graduate this year. To compensate for this loss
he has a few returning lettermen who have
shown ability and willingness to work. ln spite
of this fact, the boys who are graduating will be
greatly missed on the gridiron next year. Mr.
Tatum's problem is much greater than in the
past years, for he is losing nine of the starting
Among those graduating are Bill Bland,
Total score 192 75
First downs 118 67
Passes attempted 56 73
Passes completed 28 22
Pass percentage .500 .301
Yards passing 337 300
First downs passing 20 12
Penalties -11 19
Yards lost 310 155
Punts 18 28
Yards per punt 32.2 32.7
Yards rushing 2470 1280
Total offense 2807 1580
David llartin, George Coon, Jim Heizer, Bob
Ply, Bob ll1cDaniel, Chuck Dwyer, Jack Fear-
now, Larry Nlartin, Jim Sterling, Earl Potter,
Bob Allison, and Lorin Sparks.
Those who will return to bolster the next
year's team are: Dale Thomson, Jim Hipsher,
Jerry Hodel, Jim Harris and Lamoine Collins.
For these boys and Coach Tatum, we, the sen-
iors, sincerely hope that the next season will be
a successful one.
Bill Bland Dave llurtin Jim Heizer Hob Ply
Senior-tackle Senior-guzrrd Senior-guard Senior-guard
Second Team Second Team
Jim Hipher George Coon Dale Thomson
Junior-end 9enior-center Sophomore-end
f' "-'Vf1iez"-wee A'l-Conference .A.1l-Conference
Second Term Firm Team Second Team
Larry Mzxrtin Chuck Dwyer Hob McDaniel Jack Fearnow
Senior-halfback Senior-halfback Sen?or-quarterback Senior-fullback
All-Conference All-Conference All-Conference
Second Team First Team First Team
All-State fourth team
olz ffQI'l'I'l ell
Lorin Sparks Earl Potter Lamoine Collins Jim Harris
Senior-end Senior-tackle Junior-guard Junior-guard
Jim Sterling Bill Ply
Bill Woodvx'ard Bob Allison Bob Yeater Jerry Hodel
Senior-quarterback Senior-halfback Junior-halfback Junior-halfback
Eaffefdaff - lzjamify
Row 1: Galen Weaver, Dean Cassiday, Bob Sundheimer, Charles Dwyer, Jack Baber, Bob lVIc-
Daniel, VVendell Leland.
Row 2: Coach Randall Lawson, Earl Potter, George Coon, Jim Hipsher, Frank Nlerritt, Dale
Thomson, Hugh Landis, Klanager.
The VVabash Scalpers opened their '47-4-8
basketball season none too impressively, falling
to Central of North Manchester 38 to 35 in a
hard-fought struggle. The Lawsonmen couldn,t
find the range against Kokomo the following
week either, and they came away on the short
end of a 38 to 18 score.
After an intensive drill on fundamentals,
the Orange and Black came back strong against
the next four opponents. Huntington couldn't
stop the determined Scalper crew in the last half,
therefore, they dropped a 48 to 38 decision to
them. Wabash journeyed to Hartford City and
came back victorious, to even the seasons record
to date at two even. Wabash continued on its
winning ways with a 30 to 28 victory over Tip-
ton. It took a 12-minute stall by the Scalpers
to stave off a last ditch rally by the Blue Devils.
ln one of the hottest ball games of the year, El-
wood fell -I-3 to -ll the following week.
In regular season play, the Scalpers dropped
the next three to Rochester, Auburn, and Peru.
However, on January 3, the Apaches entered
the four-way tourney at Hartford City. They
lost the afternoon game to the highly-touted Ti-
gers of Alexandria but won the consolation af-
fair from Hartford City Airedales, 40 to 36.
The conference race wasn't decided until.
the last game, in fact, the Scalpers turned the
tide two times before by dropping the Plymouth
Pilgrims in a grudge battle 46 to 44, and by los-
ing the final game to Alexandria, giving them
C. I. C. honors instead of Peru.
James Hipsher, Bob McDaniel, and Dale
Thomson led the team scoring througrout the
year, for the most part. George Coon kept
things moving with his vicious rebound tactics,
while Galen Weaver, the play maker, added
timely points when they were most needed.
Charles Dwyer, the diminitive guard replace-
ment, along with WVendell Leland, top substi-
tute at a forward slot, sparked the team in many
Sectional time saw Wabash take the first
game from Lincolnville 61 to 38. The LaFon-
tain? Cossacks gave the Scalpers more trouble
than was expected hut didn't have enough to
win. They fell 49 to 30, because of a last-quar-
ter scoring spree by the Apaches. The Linlawn
Pirates gave the Orange and Black another
scareg but when the gun sounded, it was 59-50
Wabash. The winning column stopped here as
they fell to the Sectional favorites, Chester. 51
With Hipsher, VVeaver, and Thomson re-
tuxning next year. our chances look very good
for winning our second CIC crown. Coming up
for duty on the first two fives will be lwerritt.
VVilson. LaSalle, VVilliams, and Ogan, who will
bolster the squad considerably.
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Row 1: Gary Weesner, Ronald Holloway, Dick Driscoll, Vernon Leland, Bill
Scheerer, Larry Smith.
Row 2: David Smith, Don Williams, Bob Ogan, Kaye Wilson, Dick LaSalle.
Wabash Papooses had a very successful sea-
son losing 7 and winning ll. However, the last
defeat of the season to Alexandria enabled the
North lllanchester 24 I2
Kokomo 23 15
Huntington 18 19
Hartford City 16 29
Tipton 25 29
Elwood 27 28
Rochester 30 22
Auburn 33 22
Peru 18 23
Peru "B's" to be Conference Champs. Wabash
ended the season in second place. If this is any
indication of the seasons to come, Wabash can
look forward to a bright future.
Winamac 18 30
Burris fllflunciel 19 Z9
lllonticello 19 14
South Side Ft. Wayne 31 15
Marion . 19 31
Plymouth 23 33
Peru 21 28
Plymouth 29 3 I
Alexandria 24 23
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mvsu-w.n fi wnvm
: Leonard, Oldenkamp, Fields, Smith, Bill Scheerer.
: Rife, Dwyer, Cairns, Mr. Holloway, Ferguson, Parks, NVilliams, Fox.
: Spence. Scott, John Oldenkamp, Holloway, Hickey, Sullivan, Barnett.
Row 4: lklerritt, Ford, Emrick, VVilson, Bean. Sauders, Ogan.
Row 5: Cassiday, Leland, Driscoll, Jones.
The Wabash track team of 19-17 came
through with a better than average season. James
Parlzs, David Ford, Jack Sullivan, Darrell San-
ders, and James Cairns, all returning lettermen,
comprised the nucleus of the track squad.
Although the team was the smallest in years,
it was also the most powerful for its size. Add-
ing Jerry Rife, dashman, and Burton Jones, a
sophomore speedster, to the line-up gave Austin
Holloway his crack half-mile relay team. With
Dalton Barnett and James Emrick in the middle
-distance, it was easy to get together a good mile-
relay team. Dean Cassiday worked tirelessly in
the half-mile, and James Bean, John Olden-
kamp, Charles Dwyer, and Jim Hickey helped
bolster the squad in their respective events.
The Scalpers started things rolling with a
convincing win over Chester. Wabash garnered
7716 points to the Panthers' 4156. The follow-
ing week the Scalpers met much tougher compe-
tition. The South YVhitley Bulldogs journeyed
to VVabash only to be turned away 63 to 47. The
meet was undecided until the half-mile relay
team clinched the meet with a walk-away vic-
Wabash continued its winning ways, top-
ping Central Catholic of Ft. Wayne by M point.
The Scalpers met real trouble against Marion in
a triangular affair along with Huntington. The
lllarion thinly-clads, who couldn't be stopped.
walked away with 76 points and the meet.
The only dual meet loss was an upset to
Hartford City. The Airedales edged the Scalp-
ers 56 to 53. VVabash had more trouble than
was expected in taming Peru 5756 to 5156. This
time again, both relay teams had to come through
in the grand finale in order to win.
Burris of lVIuncie proved too much for the
ten teams in the "B" class at the Muncie Re-
lays. The Scalpers grabbed third place, how-
ever, after a hard struggle with Warsaw. The
'Orange and Black squad found the going tough
at the Kokomo Relays also. Here with 22 teams
entered, VVabash nabbed only seventh position.
The home team gained revenge over Hartford
City in the conference meet held in Muncie.
Though again, none were powerful enough to
stop Burris' bid for top honors.
The Scalpers walked away with the county
track meet with 74 points. Chester and Central
finished second and third respectively.
VVith only veterans Jerry Rife and Darrell
Sanders returning, the track outlook may not be
too promising for Coach Austin Holloway in
'-l-S. However, there are more than a dozen un-
derclassmen coming up with possibilities, so we
will just wait and see.
Sliller, Leonard, Holloway, Xlerritt, Sanders, James Bean, Backus, Jerry Oldenlcamp,
Bikzel, John Oldenkamp, Smith, Ed Bean, XVilliams.
During the last four years cross-country, an only -l- in 2-l meets.
old sport, has regained its popularity. Klr. This year's harriers hrought many honors
Holloway undertook the task of coaching cross- to XVabash High, such as the CIAC champion-
country in the Apache camp, and he did a marve- shipg second place in the sectionalg and twelfth
lous job. In the last four years the team has lost in the state.
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John Corso, Janet Dwyer, Barbara Geeting, Larry Gray
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C. I. C. Cross Country runners dash for the pole
Stay with it!
Only one more mile.
Our future gridders
"lX'Iac" and Larry
Look at the birdie!
Are you ticklish, jerry?
Bobbie and Ginnie, two glamour girls of
Wabash High School
A typical VV. H. S. student
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