Warsaw High School - Tiger Yearbook (Warsaw, IN)

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THE TIGER 1956 Published by the seniors of WARSAW HIGH SCHOOL WARSAW, INDIANAOUR WORLD it i encuuf cvotiCcta., it i letUCcf, ute cwviCct Today, transportation and communication have made all the people of the world neighbors. No two people can be more than ninety hours apart. Through the mediums of radio, T.V., movies, and newspapers, we have learned much about the rest of the world. We know about the Appian Way in Rome, the sidewalk cafes in Paris, and the address of 10 Downing Street in London. We send art, food, and clothing and fry to break down barriers of hate by teaching a democratic way of life. Yet, we are almost entirely absorbed by our personal world. Our interest and fear about the problems of today's world are often pushed aside by the interest in our daily routine. Worries about the H-bomb are lost in worries about a chemistry test; concern about a starving child is lost in the concern that a dance or party be a success, and all else is forgotten when the Tigers play a tough rival. By courtesy of James Heaton, Real Estate J. R. Boice Theatre Schrader's Furniture Canada Dry Bottling 2By courtesy of Dames and Yarian i tt utcitt MaC ue tcU Ufr4- one fistotttoteeC OUR AMBASSADORS TO AND FROM Serim and Peter For the post few years we have been privileged to have students come from other countries to live and learn with us. We have also sent several of our students abroad to live for a short time with our foreign neighbors. We have enjoyed teaching our American customs to them and also learning about theirs. We hope they have enjoyed living with us. Only by co-operation with the American Field Service and other organizations of our town, has this exchange of students been made possible. We firmly believe that through this service, a better understanding of our fellowmen in other nations is being made. Heinz Wenzlau From Germany Sabine Bartels From Germany Gensine Schwerdtfeger From Germany Max Truex To Denmark Mary Ann Dunbar To Germany Hartmut Grebe From Germany Phil Weaver To Germany Jack Snell To Germany Bob Moore To Germany Freidl Haupfmon From Austria Carolyn Phillips To Germany Gordon Thompson To Denmark Bob Armstrong To Greece Peter Buffi From Italy Serim Gursoy From Turkey By courtesy of Sharp Hardware Co. Unique Bake ShopAJJCTIC OTHER LANDS CtLF 1 », BOTH 1?., V3N OS trtmt,— : V 'X1' S, j,, tc It .• ' - SOCIALIST -REPUBLICS 'MMC V. S VS -•I u « . feT9 v .• m , ,w»— cipzig fcOMLMIX [unchon Budapei r ««iv( -W«t i6ke»' « Nftpoh » ■L MIIXMX rtttiuiiAeve dedicate o ci tiye We, the seniors of 1956, do wish to dedicate our yearbook Jo the man whose guidance and leadership have been most encouraging in our world. We feel that he is not only skilled in one field, but in many . He has shown to us the importance of knowing our world and carrying our high standards and ideals to the world in which we live. Therefore, it is with great pleasure that we seniors dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Hoffer. By courtesy of Ford Auto Supply 6ASST. EDITORS: Dan Oldfather Judy Hyde Nancy Quiring Delores Stone BUSINESS STAFF: Martha Fawley Susie Shipley Margaret Haney PHOTOGRAPHERS: Janice Reed Bill Siders Marlene Sand Betty Bell PROTRAIT: Pamela Hess Barbara Shaffer Nancy Anderson LITERARY: Sally Wyman Annabelle Amstutz Carol Hill Allegro Kemper Gordon Sand Dennis Schue ART: Ken Carpenter CIRCULATION: Ruth Cameron Carolyn Phillips Darlene Puckett Carol Dykes Charles Hartman Georgia Scott TYPISTS: Brenda See Donnis Johnson Sandra Horn 7WE LIVE IN A WORLD OF MANY PARTS our cvorCct at dc£oo£ our coorCcC o£ varied activities our cvorCd o£ sfrorts our daciaC cverCd our friieudd 9 By courtesy of Eagles Lodge 1339These studious faces are often seen in our world of commerce. As the weeks go by, they become well acquainted with conditioning practices and five minute writings. This is the beginning of many future secretaries. Our world of Home Economics is an important part of training for girls. Better training for the future is the basis of these courses. Under capable supervision the girls learn to make their own clothing, to plan food budgets, to study color, design and textiles. By courtesy of Osborn's Marinehaven Perry's Triangle Service 10 Phillip's 66-Stevens Bradway Carter's Dept. Storecue frCatf cuuC cowi6 One of the mony ways we become involved in our athletic world is through our pep sessions. With the help of the pep band and cheerleaders, we yell and sing to show the team we're behind them all the way. In our world of science, some of our chemists ore deeply involved in one of their mony experiments. Through study and practice, they soon learn to do these experiments without the oid of their handbooks. By courtesy of Gotke Corporation 12OUR WORLD OF ACTIVITIES By courtesy of Fashion Shoe Store 15 Hull Houseeve ivatcA cun, c tevtc icct 6euuC Under the direction of Bozil O'Reilley, the Warsaw band again filled the half time lull of football and basketball games with music and entertainment. A football game would not be complete without an exhibition of playing and marching skill. At least that's what the members of the W. H. S. believe. Twirling the batons and leading the band during the halftime of football games were the high-stepping majorettes. The band is backed by the Band Boosters. This is a very fine organization composed mainly of parents of band students. Due to the efforts of this organization, new uniforms, including white coats for concert, were obtained this year. The Band Boosters also make if possible for the band to take an annual tour. w ' -of - -v . - By courtesy of Levin Scrap Yard Heffner's 5 10 16 Jeans's Beauty Shop Claude Longfellow, Public AccountantCutfett ta oun, co tcent a td After morching season, the Warsaw High School Band settled down to work os a concert band. They had an exceptionally active concert season this year. The winter concert came late in January. This gave the band the first chance to wear their white concert jackets. The concert was presented two nights, January -24 and January 25. Also late in January and the early port of February, the Northern Indiana School Band, Orchestra, Vocal Association, district and state, contests were held. Many band members participated, and came home with superior ratings. In the middle of March the band gave its annual fish fry. The profits from this went to pay for the spring tour. For the Easter program the band presented a concert before the student body. April 6 the the Warsaw band played host to the Salem Band. Later in April the band ’eft on their annual tour. This year they went West. Two days after arriving home from tour, they presented their spring concert. The following week-end they participated in the county band festival to wind up their band activities. Tug and Goldies' Grocery Jet White Grocery — 1 By courtesy of Blosser's Studio Martin Electric 17 CHORAL Quartet High School Girls' ChorusAccomponists DEPARTMENT Dec. Christmos Contoto Feb. Church Concerts March April Spring Tours Moy Spring Festival Tuneromo Soloists Gay Nineties Ensemble Showboat FinaleSeptember 20 October 8 October 23 Dramatics Club Initiation N.F.L. Student Congress Speech Choir—State Teachers Program —Indianapolis Purdue Debate Conference Purdue Exempt Contest ....................Junior Class Play December 2 December 3 December 13 14February 3 March 20 April 13, 14 April 21 . . May 1, 2Martha Fawley Stove Fischer Suzanne Shipley and Marlene Sand . . Jim Snyder Carol Hill and Donna Stiffler Gail Dunbar Beverly Summy Charles Hartman Cossius Clay . . Sondy McDonald Mammy Sally Tamar ......... Auctioneer Ninian Edwards Housekeeper Art Long Dan Oldfather Georgia Scott Linda Gast Howard Dixon Eddie Murray Delores Stone Abe Lincoln ............... Elizabeth Todd Edwords Ann Todd Grandmo Porker Dr. Word SABRINA Maude Lorrobce Sue Gast Julio Word McKinlock . Glendys Wagner Linus Lorrabee. Jr...................... Duke Fisher Linus Lorrabee Bruce Chaney and lorry Polond Margaret...............................Sandy Helsby David Larrobee ......................... Jack Cutler Gretchen larrobco ..................... Lynn Maish Sabrina Fairchild Fairchild ........... A young woman ........ A young mon........... Another young woman Anothor young mon Paul d Argenson ...... Margie Long Gary Claeys Lyn Harrison Chuck Yeager Susie Willits Doug Kehler Peter BuffiETERNAL Mercy Levering Steven Douglas . Conkling ......... Sarah Marshall . . Jane Wott ........ Elizabeth Grimslcy William Stoddard Carolyn Phillips ...... Art Long ... Don Hanft Judy Hyde Darlene Puckett Nancy Anderson Bob Armstrong Tod Lincoln Dr. Haughan Mrs. Haughon Rev. Dresser Mrs. Dresser Stockhole Toxpoyer Stanton Bill Chinworth Mike West Sandra Hale Bill Siders Carol Dykes Bob Clark Georgia Scott Art long FAIR PROLOGUE Anita Eddingfield Bob Cain John Bennent Lonny Mauzy John Kinsey Charles Bearinger John Danielson Marge Yarger Pat Dirck Dorothy Hond Karel Frush Ruby Byrer Pot ValentineRow I: Mrs Broddock, sponsor, Dcvenney, Dunbor, Hyde. Armstrong, Summy. Horn, Johnson, Honey Row II: Phillips, Miller, Fowley, Hess, Shaffer, Basile. See, Stone, Bell, Reed Row III: Puckett, Harrison, Carpenter, Thompson, Fischer. Gost, Anderson. HIGH TIMES A little woter cleors us of this deed. Editor Bob Armstrong Feature Dennis Stouder Asst. Editor Sue Gast Barbara Shaffer Art Editors Janice Reed Cir. Mgrs. Barbara Basile Ken Carpenter Carolyn Phillips Sports Ed. Denny Mulcahy Typists Mgr. Beverly Summy Gordon Thompson Typists Pan Hess News Ed. Darlene Puckett Sandra Horn News Writers Brenda See Donnis Johnson Carol Hill Prod. Aids Judy Hyde Nancy Anderson Gail Dunbar Feature Ed. Delores Stone Sally Wyman Feature Bettty Bell Sharon Devenney Faculty Advisor Mrs. Braddock By courtesy of Derry Auto Body Shop Jet White Grocery st 5 24 Boyd Walton Mobile Service Dorothy's Beauty ShopRow 1: Fowley, Summy, Sand, Phillips. Row 2: Mrj. Broddock, Sponsor, Long, Shipley, Honey, Wyman, See, Hyde, Amstutz. Dunbar. Row 3: Gail, Stone, Anderson, Ovcrmyer, Basile. Horn, Conaway, Lozier Row 4: Quiring, Hess, B Shaffer, Moish, Gost, Bernhardt. C. Shaffer. EX LIBRIS aty a ut 6eont a£o£t aeven front Ex Libris is composed of twenty-eight girls interested m the literary field. A book report is given at monthly meetings held in member's homes. Highlights of the year included the Christmas Tea and the Spring Banquet. Selling Christmas paper was the money making project. Officers are pres., Marlene Sand; v. pres., Beverly Summy,- sec. and treas., Carol Hill; corres. sec., Martha Fawley; program ch., Carolyn Phillips,- and the sponsor, Mrs. Braddock. By courtesy of Endicott's Church Furniture 25 Warsaw Sheet Metal and ElectricRow 1: Bcigh, Froih, Vance, Sloan, Merrica, Mr. Knoop, sponsor. F. F. A. CeantUtty. fo eta Our world is composed of several branches; one of these is agriculture. An organization that plays a major part in this field is the Future Formers of America. This National organization teaches farm boys leadership, good judgement, citizenship, character, as well as farming procedures. The qualified officials of our branch of this organization are Everett Vance, president. Bob Beigh, vice-president; Jerry Frush, secretary; Carry Sloan, treasurer; Oval Merica, reporter,- and Bob Leek, sentinel. Testing milk? By courtesy of Bibler Funeral Home Hyde's Awning and Canvas Co. 26 Fitzpatrick Paints Mfg. Co.Row 1: Wogner, Scott, Gast. Shorter, Reed, Cameron Hess, Burnhordt, Phillips, Ellis Row 2: Reed, Rapp. Erwin, Longbroke, Long. Devenney, Mrs. Reece, sponsor. Row 3: Amstutz, Horn, Morgan, Nice, Kinch, Menzic. Frosh, Willits, Kehoe. Keppler. Cochron. Row 4: Quiring, Johnson, Conowoy, See. Basile. Dykes. Cozzic, Miller. Cook, Gillam, Pratt, Lambert, Dunbar. Row 5: Lemlcr, Hyde, Fawley. lo Garde. Puckett. Van Curcn, Anderson, Shue, Moish, Martin, Shorter, Ekcrs. F. H. A. tocv uC «teev The F. H. A. is composed of 92 girls with Mrs. Reece as their sponsor. Their main purpose is to work for good home and family life for all and to promote international good will. The girls were in charge of the checkroom at the basketball games and sponsored a Courtesy Week. A variety of programs is held throughout the year, and in the spring they held a Senior Recognition Banquet. Two down, one to go By courtesy of Dairy Queen 27 Helen and Ted Weist Row 1: Honey, Stone. Andcrion. Cameron Row 2: Pratt. Kinch, Derry. Mcnzic, Blower. Rcgg'"». long. Erwin, Rice, Mrs. Miner, sponsor. Row 3: Nice, Fawley, Anderson, lender, Wcrtenbcrger, Frush, Cook. Van Curen. G. A. A. ex tci e fotteftciaC The Girls Athletic Association is one of the oldest clubs in Warsaw High School. This year they again sponsored the Sadie Hawkin's Day Dance, and they also had a Christmas celebration. They are active with such sports as basketball, baseball, and volleyball. As a money making project they sell pencils with the basketball schedule on them. Officers of this club are president, Delores Stone,- vice-president, Margaret Haney, secretary, Nancy Anderson; and treasurer, Ruth Cameron. Now il'$ yowr tvrn! By courtesy of Robert Hall Insurance Agency 28 Americon Brattice Cloth Corp.Row 1: Costoldi, Reschor, Myrroy Row 2: Long, Rice. Menzie. Pratt. Focklcr, Rule, Swcdburg. Row 3: Mr. Stafford, sponsor,- Boyer. Hughes, Warren, Silveus, Rodgers, Gilliom, Cook. Row 4: Schulz. Fowley, Van Osdol, Bearinger, Snodgrass, Von Curcn, topper. LATIN CLUB feetexe et i tve«ue e Latin Club, under the supervision of Mr. Stafford, meets once a month in the library. The members must be taking first or second year Latin. The theme of each meeting is centered on Rome, and a Roman Banquet is held in the spring,- there are 33 members, and the officers are: president, David Castaldi; v. president, Phil Eggers,- secretary, Beverly Reschar; treasurer. Bill Murray. Hit 'em harder! By courtesy of Standard Oil Co. Werner Nash Sales 29 Zimmer's Auto Parts ABC Bible CenterRow I: Dykes, Gosl, Wiest, Armstrong, Schue, Schubert, Comeron, Reed, Mr Knoop, sponsor. Row 2: Wymon, See, Harrison, Bristow, Long, Perry Poor, Gigous Row 3: Miller, Yarger, Phillips, Vance, Hudson, Buffi, Frush, Hofler. Row 4: Beeson, Funnel, Anglin, Van Curen, Fischer. GAMMA CHI ti fete t cl cvcCC, cl cvcuf This club is sponsored by Mr. Knoop and has a meeting once a month. These meetings feature programs of scientific advancement. Only those with a science major are eligible for membership. Officers are president, Dan Old-father; v. president, Dennis Schue; secretary, Ruth Cameron,-progrom chairman, Ken Schubert; treasurer, Linda Gast; librarian. Bob Armstrong; reporter, Janice Reed; Parli-mentarian, Mike Wiest; and corresponding secretary, Carol Dykes. The depths of aeronautics By courtesy of Moose Lodge 30Row 1: Hollar. D. Phillips. Fisher. Row 2: Blosser. Gait. Harmon. C. Phillips. Mr. Sanders, sponsor. Zolman. STUDENT COUNCIL civtect uvt uuviieC The countries of the world have established the United Nations os a peaceful means to discuss disagreements and world tensions without the threat of war. Our world aiso has a form of government; it is operated by the student council. This organization runs the affairs of state. The heads of our government are David Phillips, president; lavon Harmon, vice-president; and Sue Gast, secretary. In a lighter moment I By courtesy of Brennen's Drug Store 31 Warsaw Plating WorksRow 1: Yarger, Zolman, Kehler, Long, Sand Go, team, go. By courtesy of Fred Ward, Jeweler Liberty Cafe CHEERLEADERS t ey nc6 t£e tecun Through the basketball and football season, our varsity cheerleaders kept alive the spirit and boosted our school's morale with an everlasting effort. These peppy five—Midge, Marge, Marlene, Jeannie, and Doug—led the students in peppy cheers and bolstered our team throughout the year. These five were the leaders at our pep meetings. The school kept behind them to make a fine cheering section at every game of the season. 32 Jeffrey's Grocery Oram Insurance AgencyOUR WORLD OF SPORTS By courtesy of Winona Dairy 33Jim Warren. End Earl Frosh, Tackle Dick Kelly. Tackle Mike Engel. Tackle Denny Mulcohy. Quarterback Don Bangbart Guard Jerry Rathbun. End By courtesy of Warsaw Cut Glass Factory Stephenson's Apparel Warsaw Trucking CompanyLorry Roberts Guard John i I ! l I i I lRow 1: Ronsbottom. Rothbun, Snyd«r. Leek. Kelly, Gunter. Sensibough, Roberts. Frush. Hormon. Thompson. S. Long Row 2: 8oyd. Warren. Engle. Bonghort. Brown, A long. Phillips. Mulcohy. Boomer, Frazer. Foncil Row 3: Snodgrass. Holbrook. Chaney, Webb. Sloon. Kinsey, Yeager. Miller, Hufter. Hewlett Row 4. Meyer. Shively. Kogin. Dalziel, Perry. Bolmger. Zock, Fitzpatrick, Henderson, Berry Row 5: Pnser. Hollor. Breading. Mitchell. Kodyker, Davis. Brown, Freeman, Nye Row 6: Coach Sanders. Ass't Coaches—Burke and Bock. Managers—Hartman. Snell. Huffer. SCHEDULE Warsaw 6 Plymouth 38 Warsaw 6 Wabash 7 Warsaw 7 Nappanee 13 Warsaw 6 Huntington 21 Warsaw 35 Alexandria 0 Warsaw 20 Rochester 0 Warsaw 7 El wood 44 Warsaw 26 Auburn 30 Warsaw 19 Columbia City 14 Warsaw 0 Mooseheart 39 S‘i Bye now!37 Get him, Steve. The mad scramble.Gordon Thompson. Forward Larry Yarger, Guard Chuck Yeager, Forward Jim Sumpter, Guard Bob Kodyker, ForwardLavon Harman CENTER Art Long GUARD Joe Sensibaugh FORWARD Tom VanOsdol GUARD1956 "Tigcrj" Warsaw 63 Noppanoe 73 Warsaw 69 El wc-od 85 Warsaw 55 Wabash 56 Warsaw 60 Huntington 63 Warsaw 59 Alexandria 49 Warsaw 58 Pierceton 50 Warsaw 65 Syracuse 43 Warsaw 60 Goshen 69 4.Way Tourney Chomps Warsaw 56 Nopponee 48 Warsaw 62 Goshen 55 Warsaw 62 Knox 52 Warsaw 85 Hartford City 69 War sow 52 Monticcllo 72 Warsaw 58 Muncie Burris 71 Warsaw 57 Rochester 54 Wo r sow 42 Plymouth 48 Warsaw 59 Elkhart 53 Warsaw 74 N Manchester 60 Worsaw 80 Auburn 68 Wo r sow 86 Columbia City 65 1956 Sectional Chomps Worsaw 61 larwill 42 Worsaw 73 Syracuse 57 Warsaw 6! Pierceton 55 Warsaw 47 Mentone 45 Regional Warsaw 48 S B Central 51 The lo«9 and short of it Meet the Sectional Champs!!!! 40Row 1: .ippiy, V.crico. Ho brook, Murroy, Sumpter, Yorger, Siefk n. .V est. Row 2; Von Osdol, S Fischer, 0. Fisher, Roland, Schubert. Thompson, Wo’fe, Coach Stauffer 6 zwice ic excel Get ready. Get sot. Go By courtesy of Runyon Dairy Westminster Hotel URow I. Kennedy. Kog.n. Long. Sworn, Clinginpeel. Brown. Secor. Fonc Row 2 Troy - Horn, Trgex. Ellis. Houptmon. Yorger. Schubert Row 3- Mgr Poor. Sensibough. Knee. G Thompson, o and. Harmon. Evans. Elliot. Rorhbun, Webb. Miller. Stone. N Thompson cue one nuucC oun, te z tt The 1955 Track team coached by Kenneth Morris had a very successful season, being undefeated in conference p!ay. Our hats are off to a team which took both the sectional and conference championships. In class A of the Goshen relay we finished 7th. In the Kokomo relay we took 5th place. By courtesy of Walters East Side Drug Store Mumaw Newsstand Town and Country Apparel 12 Hull Hardware04 occi Puzc6 tte t c y ifeete Warsaw 74 7 12 Warsaw 66 Warsaw 51 Warsaw 39% Warsaw 83 Plymouth 34 5 12 Goshen 43 Riley South Bend 55 Elkhart 71% Wabash 28 By courtesy of HofFer's Super Market H H Shoe Store 43 Phipp's Dept. StoreRow I: Mulcahy, Bolinger, Clark, Van Osdol. Kinsey, Gatkc. Sumptc' Row 2: Pinkerton, Starkweather. Mellott, Monoger, F. Phillips, Light, Coach Bock Row 3: Woodi ng, 0. Phillips, Gostoldi, Fisher, Adams, Wicst. Pycheon, Draper. oux cUcutumcC Warsaw 5 North Manchester 1 Warsaw 4 Culver 7 Warsaw 2 South Bend Riley 7 Warsaw 2 Middlebury 6 Warsaw 3 Plymouth 0 Warsaw 10 Huntington 16 Warsaw 3 Alexandria 4 44Row One: Cleoro Blue. Morjorie Yarger. BeMy Millington, Jonet 3owman, and Joon Boumbough Row Two: Brenda Turner, and Barbara Hyde. Row Three: Marty Walgumuth, Merlene Riggenj, and Linda Truman. ocvi cUcutuHteC yinCa. Sponsored by the Warsaw businessmen, the Girls' Baseball team is becoming more and more popular. For the lost four or five years this sport has occupied the summer months of many girls. Under the coaching of Don Grubbs the team has captured several titles in previous years. Although this team has not been well-known, if gained recognition last summer through its outstanding playing ability in the State Tournament. This year they will participate in the State League. Among the teams they will be playing are Logansport, Fort Wayne, Goshen, and Nappanee. Cleoro and Marjorie By courtesy of Robinson's Market Dufur's Drug Store 45 Winona Christian Assemblywe tttitcctfe Another of the new sports lost spring was golf. Former basketball coach, Ken Norris, took time from his busy schedule to help organize this team. Lanny Mauzy, Duke Fisher, Larry Yarger, Jerry Rafhbun, and Larry Kogan were the boys composing this first team. Since the team was only organized this year, there was no set schedule; however they did participate in the conference tournament. We are sure that more interest will be shown in this sport in the years to come. Organized tennis was one of the new sports introduced to Warsaw High last spring. Those composing the first tennis team were Art Long, Dave Phillips, Dennis Mulcahy, and Mike Weist. Although there were no scheduled meets, they participated in the local conference meet. Lack of experience and tough competition placed them fourth in the conference Supported by the student body, we are sure that in coming years our tennis team will be rated among the best. By courtesy of Commercial Investments 46 Gast Fuel and ServiceBy courtesy of Central Shoo Co Stars Over Paris Promising pleasure and excitement, the evening of the Junior-Senior Prom began with a fofmal dinner at the Elks Lodge. The beautiful decorations conveyed the theme, "Stars Over Paris". Reigning over the dance were Larry Elliot and Jo Ellen Hartmen, King and Queen chosen by the student body. The "Satisfiers" provided music for the evening's dancing. Following the dance a special show was featured at the Loke theatre. We were also entertained by a very capable hypnotist and his victims. Breakfast served at the American Legion Hall concluded our all night entertainment. As we wandered home the next morning, tired but happy, we fell asleep dreaming of a wonderful Prom. 40This is like o party to us Welcome home, Sabrina 51 We are the Warsaw girls This is tea??????Our lettcrmcn '«■ rewords By courtesy of Commercial Investments Inc Fitch JewelryCongrotulotions, Dave and Dee—Mr. and Mils Courtesy Rev. McConce brings religion to our world By courtesy of Menzie Motor Sales 53Barb puzzles lavon. Could be. I don't believe it. Sitting pretty. Hand nolding not allowed. Three is a crowd. Bob Improving international relations. What makes Jay tick? Serious business. How long will this lost? By courtesy of 54 F.H.A. Judd's DrugsIN MEMORIAM We, Tiger Staff of 1956, the faculty, and the student body, wish to pause in memory of our friend, Mr. Clarence Cox, who left us March 27, 1956. We wish we could have repaid him for the kindness and service that he gave to our class, to the school, and to the community. The services that may have seemed small at the time grow, magnify, and become dear to us because we remember the sentiment of helpfulness and understanding that accompanied them. By courtesy of Order of Rainbow Girls Wee AcresSUPERINTENDENT SCHOOL BOARD Ringle Furniture : 6 i By courtesy of Humpty Dumpty Horn's SunnymedeJAMES W. RILEY Principal B.S. Manchester College, M S. Indiana University. 'pacct Cty MARY ALICE BERNSTEIN Typing B.S. Ball State Teachers College. HOWARD BOCK Health and Sofety A B. Manchester College, M S. Indiana University. MAMIE BRADDOCK English A.B Ottcrbcin College, M A. Columbia University. 57 By courtesy of Warsaw Investment Co. Hartsock MotorsFORREST CROOP Shop B S. Purdue University. Mississippi University. LOWELL KNOOP Science B S A. Purdue University, M S A. Purdue University. By courtesy of Sfroyer Insurance Agency Tri-State Advertising Coffee Cup—Ed See Engineering Equipment Co. 38MARIE LOVE Commerce A 8. Manchester College, M A. Columbia University. FREDERICK OLDS Art B.F A Ohio Wcslcyon University, M A Columbia University. ARLEEN MINER Physical Education A B. Hanover College. MILDRED PETRIE Speech A B. Asbury College, M A. Peobody University. ESTHER PFLEIDERER Mathematics A B. Manchester College, M S. Purdue University. Bond A B. Indiana Central College. By courtesy of Joe E. Carlin—Airport 59 Little Crow Milling Co.MARY REECE Home Economics A B. Manchester College, MA Ball State Teachers College. FRANK SANDERS. JR. Coach A B. Manchester College, M A In-diana University. ROBERT STAFFORD Latin and Library A B. Wabash College, M A Indiana University. I L. N THORN Attendance A.B. Wabash College. MARGARET ANN VOIROL Vocal Music 8.M. De Pauw University. fiO By courtesy of Anderson GreenhouseReed. Stone. Long, Mormon. D. Phillips. C Phillips Seetco Offifccem President—David Phillips Vice President—Arthur Long Secretary—Delores Stone Treasurer—Janice Reed Student Council—Lavon Harmon Carolyn Phillips Class Colors Class Flower Class Motto Pink and Charcoal Pink Rose What we shall be we are now becoming By courtesy of Warsaw Dry Cleaners Winona Roofing and Sheet Metal Summers' Appliance and Heating Security Loan Co. hldUvu Q ▲ CAROLYN SUE ADAMS Girls' Chorus 2,3; Typing Award 3 ANNABEllE AMSTUTZ Bluffton, Ohio; Prom Comm. 3; Girls' Glee Club 2,3; Mixed Chorus 2.3; Band 2,3; Ensemble 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2.3; F H A 2. 3.4, Tiger Staff 4; Ex libris 4. Ifjl v. NANCY ANDERSON G A A. 2.3.4; Officer 4; la,in n . Class Play 3; Ex Ubris 3 4 HjqK T T.9erSlafi4;P,omCo W ROBERT ARMSTRONG Band 2,3.4. Dromotics Club 3.4, Science 3; Officer 4; Exchange Student 3; High Times Staff 3; Editor 4; Class Ploy 3; Prom Comm. 3; N F L. 3.4, Student Con-giess 4. DANNY BANGHART Football 2,3.4; Intromurol Bosketboll 3; Art Club 3. By courtesy of Winona Poultry Farm Hatchery r»3 Marianne ShopL BARBARA BASIIE Bond 2,4, Twirlcr 4; Dramatici Club 3; CIojs Ploy Comm. 3; High Times Staff 4; T.ger Staff Editor 4; Ex libris 4, Typing CAROLYN BEARINGER Award 3; Prom Comm. 3; F.HA. 3.4. Waynesboro. Pa 2.3; Band 2.3; Chorus 2.3; Girls' Chorus 3; Special Chorus 2,3; Orchestra 2.3. Class Play Comm. 2,3. BETTY BEIL A.A. 2; Prom Comm. 3; High Times 4; T,9er Stoff 4. aCC fuvttte SANDRA BERNHARDT Latin Club 3; F H A 2,3.4; Officer Ex libris 4; Prom Comm 3. 4; k TED BOLINGER Football 2.3; Intramural Basketball 2; Class Ploy Comm. 3. By courtesy of E. W. Parker Electric High Times Warsaw Appliance and T.V. John Cook Equipment HAROLD BROWN Footboll 2,3.4, Track 2,3; Intramural 2, 3,4. Prom Comm, 3; Class Play Comm. 3 JUDY BROWN G A A. 2.3; F H A 2; Class Play Comm 3; Prom Comm. 3. PETER BUFFI Exchange student from Florence, Italy Dramatics Club 4; Science Club 4. Junior Ploy 4. tUl vUy t RUTH CAMERON Band 2,3,4; Officer 4; Science Club 3,4; Officer 3.4; F H A 2.3.4; OFT.cer 4: G A A 3,4, Officer 4; Dramatics Club 3; Tiger Staff 4; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm 3; Porty Comm. 4. KEN A, CARPENTER Band 2.3.4. Manager 4; Pep Bond 3.4,-Tccnage Rood-E-O 3,4, Prom Comm. 3. Science Club 4; Dramatics Club 3; Ploy Comm. 3; High Times Staff 4: Tiger Staff 4. WILLIAM CLEMENT CHINWORTH Band 2,3.4; Manager A. Pep Bond 2.3, 4; Art Club 3; Dramatics Club 3.4; N F L 3,4; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Intramural Basketboll 3,4 By courtesy of W. A. Diddel Insurance Art's Restaurant Chinworth's Appliance MJ;ROBERT E. CLARK Baseball 3.4,- Choir 2.3.4; Dramatics Club 4. NFL. 4; Cheerleader 3; Prom Comm. 3; Intramural Basketball 2.3.4 LORETTA CONAWAY f H A 2.3.4. Officer 3; Party Comm. 3; Chorus 2.3; Dramatics Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm. 3; Ex Libris 4. a ten, ycutte cUutcea (V JANICE COZZI A A 2. F H A 2.3.4; Ploy Comm. 3. EILENE CROY Closs Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3 By courtesy of Power King Tool, Inc. FRANK COOK Wheelwright High School—Wheelwright, Kentucky. Hi-Y Club 2; Library Staff 3. RAYMOND CROY Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. 66SHARON DEVENNEY F.H.A. 2.3.4; G A A 2.3; Dromotics Club 3; High Times Staff 4; Band 2.3.4; Class Ploy Comm. 3. HOWARD DIXON Band 2.3,4; Officer 4, Pep Bond 4; Officer 4; Dramatics Club 3; Prom Comm. 3. GAIL LOIS DUNBAR F H A 2,3.4; Dramatics Club 3.4; Ex libris 4; High Times Staff 4; Chorus 2.3; Class Ploy 3; N.F.L. 4. Cate, Cate frCay frnactceee CAROL DYKES G A A 2; Band 2.3.4; Dramatics Club 3. Class Play Comm. 3; F H A. 4; Science Club 4; Officer 4; Tiger Staff 4. VERA KAY ELLIS F.H A, 2.3.4.- Officer 4; Chorus 2.3; Class-Play Comm. 3. MICHAEL ENGEL Football 2.3.4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3.4. f.7 By courtesy of Warsaw-Winona Bus Corp. Mellencamp's FurnitureDORIS EVANS Art Club 2.3; Closs Ploy Comm 3 MARTHA FAWLEY F H A 2. G A A 2.3; Ex Libris 3.4. Officer 4. Tiger Staff 4. High Times Staff 4; Dromotics Club 3.4, Thespian 3.4. N F I 3.4; Prom Comm. 3 atecuCy coufiCea EARL FRUSH Football 2.3,4; Intramural Bosketball 3. 4, Trock 2.3; Prom Comm 3; Art Club 2. 3. By courtesy of Rodeheaver's Music Company 68 STEVEN M. FISCHER Cross Country 2,3.4; Basketball 2.3; Boseboll 3.4. Choir 2.3; Class Play Comm. 3; Science Club 4; Dramatics Club 3.4, Officer 4 WILLIAM G. FRUSH F.F A, 2,3,4; Officer 3.4; Science Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3.4; Band 2; Prom Comm. 3.LINDA KAY GAST Aft Club 2.3.- Officer 3. G A A. 2; F H A 2,3.4, Officer 4; Dromotics Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Clou Ploy 3; Prom Comm. 3; Ex Librii 4; Closs Officer 3; Science Club 4. Officer 4; Party Comm. 3. MELVIN FOSTER GUNTER Football 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Closs Play Comm. 3. HARRY R. GIGOUS Choir 2.3,4; Officer 4; Science Club 4; By courtesy of Johnson's Lumber Yard r» 9 SHARON LEE GELBAUGH Girlj' Chorus 2,3; Prom Comm. 3. SERIM GURSOY Exchange student from limir, Turkey. Dramatics Club 4; F.H A, 4. L j Union Tool, Inc.Dromofics Club 3; Class Ploy Comm 3 MARGARET HANEY lalin Club 2; G A A 2.3.4. Officer 4; Ex Libris 4; Dramatics Club 3; N.F.L. 3; Class Officer 2; High Times Staff 4; Tiger Staff 4. Prom Comm 3; Band 2,3.4; Officer 4. Class Play Comm. 3. DON HANFT Dramatics Club 3.4.- Art Club 2,3; Prom Comm. 3; Ploy Comm. 3. ARTHUR IAVON HARMAN Bosketball 2.3.4; Football 2.3.4; Trock 2.3.4; Choir 3.4; Officer 4. Latin Club 2; Officer 2; F F A 2. Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Student Council 4. Officer 4; Dramatics Club 3. CHARLES A. HARTMAN Band 2,3,4. Pep Band 3.4, Tiger Staff 4; Teenage Road-E-O 3.4; Dramatics Club 3.4, N F L, 3.4, Class Play 3; Prom Comm. 3. CHARLES F. HARTMAN Footfall Manager 3.4; Cross Country 2; Intramural Basketball 2.3,4; Prom Comm. 3. By courtesy of Ball Beauty Shop Hub Clothing 70 Ralph Myer's Gifts Phillipson's Men's WearJ. EDWARD HAWK Intramural Basketball 2,3; Dramatics Club 3; Art Club 3; Class Ploy Comm 3; Prom Comm. 3; Party Comm. 3. LINDA HENDERSON G A A. 2; Band 2,3.4; Twirier 3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm. 3; Typing Award 3; Shorthand Award 3. PAMELA HESS Art Club 2; G A A. 2.3; F.H A. 2.3.4; Officer 4, Dramatics Club 3; N F L. 3; Ex Libris 4; High Times Staff 4. Tiger Staff 4 ettt uc caAtcc frefc (kuteC CAROL HILL F.H A 2.3.4.- Officer 2.4, Choir 2.3.4; Officer 4; Girls' Trio 3,- Dramatics Club 3; N F L. 3.4; Officer 4; Ex Libris 3.4; Officer 4. High Times Staff 4; Tiger Staff 4; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3 SANDRA HORN F.H.A 2.3.4. Officer 3; Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Ex Libris 4; High Times Staff 4, Tiger Staff 4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. BILL HUDSON Transferred from Wichita, Kansas Basketball 2; Golf 2.3; Math Club 3; Stamp Club 2; Science 4 By courtesy of Landis Funeral Home Warsaw Chemical Company Kroger Company 71CHARLES PATRICK HUGHES Science Club 3.4; Football 2; Art Club 3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm 3 JUDY HYDE G A A. 2.3; F H A 2.3.4; Dramatics Club 3. Ex tibrii 4. High Times Stofl 4; Class Play Comm 3. Prom Comm 3; Tiger Staff 4. Porly Comm. 2; Typing Award 3. NANCY JOHNS Art Club 3. Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm 3. DONNIS JOHNSON F H A 2.3,4; Band 2; Class Ploy Comm 3; Tiger Staff 4, High Times Staff 4 A SANDRA KEENER Latin Club 4. Art Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3. A A RICHARD KELLY Football 2.3.4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; Dramatics Club 3; Art Club 2; Intramural Basketball 2.4. By courtesy of Sport Essig Sport Goods Warsaw Radio Company 72 Ringer Body Shop Lesh Beauty ShopAllEGRA KEMPER F.H A. 2,3,4; Lotin Club 2; Dramatic! Club 3; Tiger Staff 4; Class Officer 3; Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3. PETER KI-ONDAR|S Latin Club 2; Intramural Basketball 2,3.4; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm 3. EDDIE KREBS Class Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. ORPHA JEAN KURTZ Transferred from Mentone, Indiano. Mentone Class Play 3. LEE CASSEl LAMBERT Prom Comm, 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3. By courtesy of Texaco Dealers PHILIP LANDRUM Transfer from Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Intramural 3,4; Student Senate 2; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. 73ROBERT J. LEEK Football 2,3.4. Dramatics Club 3; F F A, 2,3.4. officer 4, Prom Comm. 3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3. JOHN LEONARD Transferred from Appleton. Wisconsin. Band 2.3.4; officer 4; Pep Band 2.3; Science Club 2.3.4. ARTHUR LONG Class officer 4, Football 2.3,4; captain 4; Basketball 2.3.4. Trock 2.3.4; Dramatics Club 3,4; N F I 3.4; Choir 2.3; officcr 3; Prorn Comm. 3,- Class ploy 3; Tcnnis 4; Boy's Quartet 3; Party Comm 2. cvtd ect fan- finaynasttA DALE LONG Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. CORA NELL MARSHALL Chorus 2,3; Typing Award 3; Shorthand Award 3. VIRGINIA IRENE McCLUNG Girl's Chorus 2.3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. 74 By courtesy of McKown Auto Dealer Chief Super MarketNANCY RUTH MILLER Prom Comm. 3; G.A.A. 2,3; F.H.A. 2, 3.4; High Times Staff 3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3- By courtesy of Creighton Brothers Hoffer's Super Market No. 2 J. TODD McCUTCHEON Tronsfer from Monsfield. Ohio. Art Club 2; Prom Comm. 3; Pep Club 2; Intra-mural football 2; Intramural Basketball 2. TOM I. METZGER Prom Comm. 3; Science Club 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Spotlight operator 2, 3.4 JERRY MILLINGTON Intramural Bosketball 3.4; Track 3.4, Closs Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. tuuut JANET MINNEAR Girl's Chorus 3; Class Play Comm. 3. BRUCE D. MITTERLING Prom Comm. 3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3. Donut Hut Post Office CafeDONNA BELLE MORGAN F.H.A. 2.3; Prom Comm. 3; Closs Ploy Comm. 3. DENNIS MULCAHY Football 2.3.4; Baseball 2.3.4; Track 2; Tennis 3,4, Intromural Basketball 2.3.4, Latin Club 2; Dramotics Club 3.4. N F.l 3.4; Student Council 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. FRANCES NINA MURPHY Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Dramotics Club 3,4. ROSALEE MURPHY Dramatics Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Class Ploy Comm. 3. EDWARD M. MURRAY Choir 2,3.4; Dramotics Club 4; Latin Club 2.3; Prom Comm. 3; N.F.l. 4. DANIEL OLDFATHER Band 2,3.4; Dramatics Club 3,4. Science Club 3,4; officer 4; Latin Club 2; High Times Stoff 4; Tiger Staff 4; Closs Ploy 3; N.F.L. 3,4, Prom Comm. 3. 76 By courtesy of Sun Metal Products, Inc. Shade Plumbing and HeatingPATRICIA OVERMYER G.A.A 2.3; Ex Librii 4; Dramatics Club 3; Latin Club 2; Prom Comm. 3; Chorus 2,3; Class Ploy Comm. 3. CAROLYN PHILLIPS Choir 2.3.3; officer 3.4: Student Council 2.3.4; Lotin Club 2. Ex Libris 3,4; officer 4: G.A.A. 2.3; Dramatics Club 3; NFL 3; Prom Comm. 3; High Times Sfofl 4; Tiger Staff 4; Closs Play Comm Girls' Quartet 4; Foreign exchange student 3 DAVID PHILLIPS Class officer 2.3.4; Student Council 2.3. 4; officer 4: Football 2,3,4, Bosketboll 2.3; Baseball 2.3.4, Track 2. Tennis 3.4; Boy's State 3; Dramatics Club 3; Science Club 4. Latin Club 2; Class Ploy 3; Prom Comm. 3. 'lut utty ta t6e c x£et U z JERRY PHILLIPS Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. MOLLY PHILLIPS G A A 2.3; F H A 2.3.4. officer 4 Closs Ploy Comm. 3. Band 2,3,4; Prom Comm 3; Dramatics Club 3; Typing Aword 3. DARLENE SUE PUCKETT Girls' Chorus 2; G A A. 2; Latin Club 3. Dramatics Club 3.4; N F.L. 4. Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm 3; F.H A. 4. High Times Staff 4, Tiger Staff 4 By courtesy of Dunbar Insurance Company Vogue Drive-In Cleaners 77 Missionary Herald Book Store Breedings Cigar StoreGEORGE PYNCHON Tronsfer from Unior City, Indiana Base-boll 2,3.4. Basketball 2; Track 2. Closs Officer 2; Science Club 3 NANCY QUIRING Dramatics Club 3; Class Play 3; Chorus 3; officer 3: F.H A 3.4. Ex Libris 3. 4; Tiger Staff 4, Prom Comm. 3. GLEN RANSBOTTOM Football 3,4; Basketball 3; Intramural Boskctboll 2.4, Closs Ploy Comm. 3. tuMHitcvne co«tvenA4itc Mt4, JERRY LEE RATHBUN Football 2,3,4; Basketball f onager 3; Track 2.3,4; Intramural Basketball 2.3, 4; Prom Comm. 3. JANICE REED Art Club 2.3; G A A 2.3. F H A. 2.3,4; officer 3,4; High Times Staff 4; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Science Club 4. officer 4; Prom Comm. 3; Tiger Staff 4 BARBARA MAY ROBBINS Girls' Chorus 2,3; Prom Comm. 3. 78 By courtesy of Sears and Roebuck Co. Penguin Point No. 2LARRY ROBERTS Football 2.3.4; Art Club 3; Intramural Basketball 2. KENNETH JOE SCHUBERT Band 2,3.4; officer 4; Pep Band 2,3.4; officer 4: laiin Club 2; Science Club 3, 4; officer 4; Dramotics Club 3; Track 2,3.4, Cross Country 3,4; Party Comm. 4; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm. 3. GORDON SAND Prom Comm. 3; Tiger Staff 4; Class Play Comm. 3. quiet 4tudy DENNIS SCHUE Science Club 3, 4, officer 4: lotin Club 2,3; officer 3: Tiger Staff 4; Prom Comm. 3; Bond 2. By courtesy of Elk's Lodge 802 h ▲ MARLENE SAND Cheerleader 4, G.A A. 2,3; Ex Libris 3.4, officer 4: Dramatics Club 3,4; officer 4: lotin Club 2, 3; High Times Staff 2.3. Class Ploy 3; Prom Comm. 3; N F.L. 3. 4; Party Comm 3. GEORGIA SCOTT Chorus 2; F.H A. 2,3,4; officer 4: Dramatics Club 3,4.- officer 4: Tiger Staff 4; Prom Comm. 3; N.F.l. 3,4. 79r BRENDA K. SEE G.A.A. 2; F.H.A 4, Ex Libris 4; Tiger Staff 4; High Times Staff 4, Science Club 3,4; Class Play Comm 3; Prom Comm. 3; Bond 2.3.4 JOE SENSIBAUGH Football 2.3.4; Bosketboll 2.3.4. Track 2,3,4; Prom Comm 3, Class Play Comm. 3; Art Club 2; Science Club 4 cCcuf, 'ie6east aC SUZANNE SHIPIEY Chorus 2,3,4; Girls' Quortct 4. Dramatics Club 3.4; Latin Club 2; Class Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; GAA 2.3; F.H A. 2; Ex Libris 4. Tiger Staff 4. WILLIAM SIDERS Football 2,3.4. Tiger Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4, Lolin Club 4; Prom Comm. 3; N.F.L. 4. By courtesy of Free Methodist Publishing House BO BARBARA SHAFFER F.H A. 2,3,4. officer 4: Class officer 2; Lotin Club 2.3; officer 3: Chorus 2,3.4,-officcr 3,4: High Times Staff 4; Tiger Staff 4; Prom Comm. 3. Class Play Comm. 3, Ex Libris 3,4, Girls' Quartet 4. EARL SNELL Class Play Comm. 3; Football Manager 4; Intramural Basketball 3.4 Arnolt CorporationDENNIS STOUDER Ploy Comm. 3; Prom Comm 3, By courtesy of Center Cafe ; PHYlllS SNYDER F H.A 2.3; Dromotics Club 3; Prom Comm. 3; Class Play Comm 3. cvee ii , t6e tte4- DONNA STIFFIER Cheerleader 2; Choir 2.3.4. G A A 2.3; Prom Comm. 3; Clou Ploy Comm. 3 BEVERLY SUMMY Dromotics Club 3.4. officer 4: Ex libris 3,4. officer 4. Girls' Chorus 4. officer 4: High Times Staff 4; Prom Comm. 3, Closs Ploy Comm 3. N F I 3.4. D A R Award. DELORES STONE G A A. 2.3,4; officer 4 Class officer 3.4. Prom Comm. 3; Ex Libris 3.4, High Times Staff 4; Tiger Staff 4; Girls' Quartet 4. Class Ploy 3; Dromotics Club 3. N F.L 3; lotin Club 2; officer 2: Choir 2.3.4 JAMES SNYDER Football 3.4. Trock 2.3.4. Basketball 3,-N.f.L. 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Class Ploy 3; Lotm Club 2; Chorus 2.3. 81 JIMMY SUMPTER Baseball 2.3.4. Basketball 2.3.4; Cross Country 3.4; Football 2; Art Club 2.3; Prom Comm 3; Class Play Comm 3 GORDON THOMPSON Latin Club 2; Basketball 2.3.4. Football 2.3.4, Track 2,3; Exchange Student 3; Dramatics Club 3; N F L. 3. High Times Staff 4; Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. NORMAN THOMPSON Track 2.3.4. Cross Country 3,4; Intramural Basketball 3,4. tenter cCecuCCttte Ak SUE JANE VANATOR G.A A. 2; Chorus 2; Prom Comm 3 EVERETT VANCE F.F.A. 2,3.4. officer 2.3.4: Science Club 4; Dramatics Club 3. Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Prom Comm. 3; Parly Comm. 3; Class Comm. 3. RUSSEL VAN CUREN F.F.A 2, Intramural Basketball 3,4; Science Club 3.4, Dramatics Club 4; Prom Comm. 3. By courtesy of Buske Lines of Indiana Independent Ice Co. H2 W. R. Thomas Store Hile's Auto ServiceJIMMY WARREN fooiboll 2,3.4; Intramural Basketball 2. 3.4; Prom Comm. 3. JOHNIE WEHRLY Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3. Caatcny. tce«tcU cfr4- BRUCE WHITENECK Dramatics Club 3; Band 2; Prom Comm. 3; Science Club 3; Latin Club 2; Ploy Comm. 3. By courtesy of McHatten Funeral Home MICHAEL WIEST Baseball 3.4; Cross Country 2.3.4, Track 2; Tennis 3,4, Intramural Basketball 2. 3.4, Dramatics Club 3; officer 3 Scicnco Club 4. officer 4: Latin Club 3; Choir 2.3.4, officer 4; Boys' Quartet 3; Closs Ploy 3, Prom Comm. 3; Party Comm. 2; Boy's State 3. 83 SERITA KAY WERTENBERGER G.A A 2,3.4. Girls' Chorus 2.3. Prom Comm. 3. DON WOLFE Dromofics Club 3; Science Club 3. Cross Country 4; Basketball 2.4. Track 4; Prom Comm. 3; Party Comm 3. Westminster Hotel Dining RoomTERRY WOODIING Baseball 2.3.4; Intramural Basketball 2; Prom Comm. 3. SALLY WYMAN Science Club 3,4; Ex libris 4, Bond 2.3, 4; Girl's State 3; Tiger Staff 4, High Times Stall 4; Prom Comm. 3, G.A.A. 2. LARRY YARGER Dromotics Club 3; Science Club 4; Lotin Club 2. Basketball 2.3.4; Track 2,3.4. Cross Country 2,3,4; Golf Team 3,4. Class Play Comm. 3; Prom Comm. 3; cue 'CC aCcutupA We're proud that We finally made it. By courtesy of Playtime Products 81CLASS OF 1957 Duke Fisher Larry Poland . Marge Long Marge Yarger . Bob Blosser .. . Sue Gast President ...... Vice-President . Secretary ...... Treasurer ...... Student Council Student Council t rtee cCokw, o te ta Lawrence Alfcld Allen Anglin Marie Aranguren Joyce Ashman Sue Babcock Judy Baker Dan Bcamcr Charles Bearinger David Beeson Robert Beigh Bob Blosser Vivian Blue John Boice Donald Boyd Richard Boyer Rosalind 8ristow Eldon Buell Max 8uell By courtesy of Warsaw Abstract Co. 85 United Telephone Co. Robert Gilliam Co.Mary Burkholder Richard Corlson Jock Cutler Howard Draper Duke Fisher Elaine Grubbs By courtesy of Ramsey News z eve e£C Owen Burkholder Jenny Carpenter Patricia Dalzicl Anita Eddingfield Bob Frazier Ronald Grubbs Anna Bush Bruce Chaney John Danielson Max Engle Karel Frush Robert Gunter Ruby Byrer Gary Claeys Patricio Dirck David Essig Lonny Funncll Bob Hall Robert Cain Joe Clingenpeel Jo Ann Dobbins jerry Fancil Sue Gost Potsy Hamilton Allan Cameron Donna Cochran Lois Dodson Shirley Finton Ed Gotke Dorothy Hand 86 Warsaw Laundry Companyto teacd, oun, yoala. Terry Harrell Robert Henderson Bruce Hyde John Kinsey Lynn Maish Merrill Miller Merl Harris Joke Hoaglond Douglos Kehler Larry Kogin William Marsholl Thomas Minear Lyn Harrison Jerry Hotter Dixie Kehoe Bob Long London Mauzy Lucille Mitchell Eleanor Hartmon Jim Howlctt Alice Kelly Margie Long Kenneth Meek Ronald Moore Arthur Heeter Max Huffcr Michael Kennedy lynr. Longbroke John Merico John Mort Sandra Helsby Carl Hulton Tanyo Keppler Linda Lozier Dick Miller Norman Perkins By courtesy of Warsaw Grain and Milling 87frCcuf4., cutcC finottt. Sharon Phillips Beverly Reschar Morilyn Smith Bob Von Kirk Karen Pinkerton Kay Salmon Connie Stovropolos Glcnbys Wagner Suzanne Willits Larry Poland Sandra Scitncr Philip Stone Jim Webb Marcia Wolfe Bob Poor Carolyn Shaffer Larry Swope Carolyn Weirick Marjorie Yarger Beverly Randall Steve Silveus Patricia Valentine Mike Weirick Charles Yeager Wendell Randall Cary Sloan Nancy Van DeWater Tom Wiest By courtesy of Warsaw Times-Union 88 (?£ f ?5% President Charles Hollar Vice President Greg Zuck Secretory Jeon Schutz Treasurer Bill Murroy Student Council Max Bolinger. Jconne Zolman yean at e U vi Steven Alfcld Carol Anderson Ronnie Anderson Jerry Baker Lily Barton John Berry Mory Blosscr Max Bolinger Avanell Borders Jonet Boyer Jim Breading Leon Brown Virginia Burke Becky Compbell Ronald Carper David Casfaldi Jewell Christian Estella Claxton By courtesy of Warsaw Printing Co. 89 Crystal Dairy e viCcte'iect z«ui ttetv Thomas Clutter Diane Derry lond Fowley Bob Funncll Larry Hemmcr Charles Hollar Judith Cook Virginia Eckers Mike Fitzpatrick Judy Gillam James Henderson Millicent Horn Douglas Copeland Philip Eggers Gala Fockler Norman Griffin Harley Hilc Gregg Hover By courtesy of Rulo Minear and Son Dirck Welding Mfg. Co. 90 Joy Crow Nancy Engle Patsy Freeman Marlin Grisso James Hile Bill Huffer Douglas Dalziel Solly Erwin Richard Freeman Charles Gross Bob Holbrook Diane Huffman John Dovis lorry Evans Margaret Frush Edith Hotten Fred Holbrook Rita Hughes Steckan Pontiac West End Polishing Buffing Co.cue fKxz ti t£e 6 zCCe Jerry Hutchison Judy Kinch Janice Lambert Truman Lippley Orvol Merico Nancy Morgan Beverly Ingalls Donna Kliever Roberta Lamey Myra Longnecker Dennis Miller Lawrence Murphy Goylord Johnston Lester Knouff Harriet Lawlor Barbara Marks Dale Millington William Murray Bernard Kaim Edward Knox Kathleen Lcepcr Kay Martin William Mitchell Carol Nice Jane Katte Bob Kocdykcr Jean Lemlcr Raymond McDonald Jerry Mollenhour Weldon Nuell Merita Kemper Sheila LaGarde Wally Lepp Sabra Menzie Lorry Momeyer Dove Nye By courtesy of Murphy Medical Center 91fC A in aeant l cCa46e Nonette Protf Carolyn Rice Wanda Rutledge Hugh Siefken Jerry Snyder Flora Todd By courtesy of Krueger Lincoln Mercury Jo Paxton Larry Priser Merlene Riggenj Judith Schultz Diane Silveus Marshall Sparks Larry Perkins Carol Pynchon •Mike Ringer Robert Secor Zoann Sleighte Paul Storm Bruce Perry Jonno Rapp Laura Rodgers Dean Shively Clyde Smith Loretto Sutherlin M.ortho Perry Hobcrt Ratliff Lowrcncc Rose Lois Shrivcr Sandra Smith Betty Swedberg Mickey Perry Carolyn Reed Mary Rule Rebecco Shue Jim Snodgrass Gory Symons 92 Overmyer Mtoor Co.Susan Todd Dove Volentine Soundro VonCuren Connie Sue VonCuren Tom VonOidol Richord Wagoner Jcmcs Warner Carolyn Warren Gloria Warren Denile Wolkins Jeanne Zolman Gregory Zuck Coc£en cuui uci e£ite We've got a dote. Mother's a sophomore? By courtesy of First National Bank 1 3In o rare moment Bock to normal again. Moments to remember. Coal cat on a cold water fountain. We learned about the birds and bees We're leaving. By courtesy of Lake City Bank ‘»iWorking hard?? Best cooks in W H S iou tct our ovorCet Loafing again? Linda has been framed! Picking daisies ogam. Happy birthday, Judy! Keep talkin', big boy Hands off. Peter! I'll show you how We had a secret. By courtesy of Leesburg Lumber Co. Preparing for the big moment. Lake City ElectroplatingWe're modest! Interesting, isn't if? Heave-Ho We con cook; really we con. Howard's hide-awoy. Mocbeth doth murder sleep Glub! Believe it or not By courtesy of Litchfield Creamery WBy courtesy of Walters Drug Store 97 They aren't so dumb At it againCALENDAR Sept. 2 Sept. 6 Sept. 9 Sept. 15 Sept. 16 Sept. 18 Sept. 23 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 27-: Nov. 4 Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Nov. 15- Nov. 23 Dec. 2 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 13- Dec. 20 Dec. 27- Jan. 3 Jan. 11- Jan. 20 Jan. 24-' Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 22, March 9 March 14 March 20 March 23 March 24 March 27 April 4 April 5 April 6 April 11 April 17 April 20 May 1-: May 7 May 15 May 27 May 28- May 31 June 1 Registration Day—we enter our world for the last time. School begins. Bob and his staff present us with the first issue of High Times. Charles King presents W.H.S. with its first program. The band appears in their new uniforms at the first home game. Carolyn, Gordon, and Bob arrive home from their European excursion. Class officers were elected. Barbara Basile was chosen editor of the "56" Tiger. Sophomore and junior pictures were taken. !8 Teachers' Institute. The band sponsors "The Red Heads" basketball game. Open House for National Education Week. College Day. 16 "Tunerama" was presented by the vocal department and enjoyed by large crowds. Thanksgiving program presented by the speech department. Purdue legislature—Warsaw wins many honors. Football and Cross-counfry awards presented to the boys. Courtesy Week sponsored by F.H.A. Dave Phillips and Delores Stone chosen Mr. and Miss Courtesy. 14 Junior class ploy, "Sabrina Fair", scores a hit. Christmas vacation and the program presented by the vocal department. 8 Holiday Tournament at Noppanee—Warsaw wins. Classes resume after Christmas vacation and our world takes another spin. 2 Exams. Larry, Lynn, Sue, and lyn selected for A.F.S. 5 Mid-winter band concert also enjoyed by large crowds. Typing demonstration by Grace Phalan. Gymnastics program presented by "The Schmitts". Safety program. Exchange student program—Carolyn, Gordon, and Bob featured. 23, 24, and 25 Sectional Tourney at Syracuse—Warsaw wins! ! Program presented by Miss Marmein. Vocational decisions were made on Career Day. Our world broadens its views with Junior Town Hall. Spring vocal festival. High School Achievement Tests. Easter program presented by the band and vacation begins. Back to school again. Choir Tour. Our world meets other worlds in the Model U N. at Manchester College. Band goes on a western tour. Spring band concert. County Band Festival. ! Senior class play, "Love Is Eternal", immense success. Lettermen banquet with the Lions, Kiwanis, and Rotary Clubs. Vocal program presented to the high school. Baccalaureate. ?9 Final Exams. Class Day. Commencement—Our world ends, but in our hearts it still continues. fix By courtesy of Bledsoe Buick Warsaw Foundry Companyate you The entire staff of the 1956 Tiger wishes to express to all of our sponsors its appreciation and thanks for their cooperation. We would also like to thank the following who did not purchase advertising space, but who did contribute: McDonald Hospital .............................. $10.00 Band City Oil Co.................................. 1.00 Style Shop ....................................... 3.00 Earl Hines ....................................... 1.00 Gill's Motel 4.00 Becknell Barber Shop.............................. 1.00 Penguin Point No. 2............................... 2.00 Dr. Baker ........................................ 5.00 S. S. Sub Deb ................................... 10.00 Western Auto Associate ........................... 3.50 Hire's Grocery ................................. 1.00 Warsaw Monument Works ............................ 5.00 99I- I » 

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Warsaw High School - Tiger Yearbook (Warsaw, IN) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1


Warsaw High School - Tiger Yearbook (Warsaw, IN) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


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