Beech Grove High School - Hornet Yearbook (Beech Grove, IN)
- Class of 1953
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CLASS OF NINETEEN EIETY-THREE
BEECH GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
BEECH GROVE, INDIANA
Editox - - - - Priscilla Winklepleck
Assistant Editor - - Gerry Charnley
Business Manager - - Paul Baier
We, the Senior Class of nineteen fifty-three, dedicate the Llamarada
to Mrs. Holwager, our annual sponsor, in appreciation of her helpful advice,
her excellent guidance, her constantly pleasant disposition, and her confidence
In addition, Mrs. Holwager teaches the commercial subjects.
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C. V. KINSEY
O. l.. VAN HORN ALMA CRIPE
Principal Secretary to Mr. Kinsey
Orla Easton, Secretaryg Louis A. Lukenbill, Treasurerg
Clarence V. Kinsey, Supt. g John F. Johnson, President
MR, H, E, NICKELS - assistant Principal,
Guidance Director, Civic, Biology
MR, EARL ALBERTSON - Choir, Band, Ir.
gadjgj-Physical Education, Assistant Coach
MISS HAZEL CRABB - H. S. Social Studies
MISS ANNA GUILL - Librarian
MRS. LOIS LAING - Home Making
MR. F, A, MCMASTERS - Science, Mathe-
MRS, PATRICIA MILLER-Art, Socia1Studies
MISS SHIRLEY MOREN - English, Physical
MISS KATRINA RAGSDALE - English
MR. KENNETH REED - Shop, Mechanical
MRS. BETTY STOKESBERRY - Latin, English
MR. ERIC YEAGER - Physical Education,
Health, Social Studies, Football Coach,
,Freshman Basketba Coach.
V Annual Staff, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Hi-Y 1,2,3,4,
Class Play 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball l, Football
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AnnualStaff, Library Club 2, 3, Beech Leaf2, 3, Cldmir
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Annual Staff, Ir. Class Sccrctaryg Student Council 1,
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Annual Staff, Beech Leaf 2, 8,45 Sunshine Society 1,
2, Historical Society 2, 3,45 Honor Club 1, 23 GAA 1,
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Hl-Y 1, 2,3,4g Basketball 1
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CHARLOTTE BRA DY
AnnualStaffg Honor Club 1, 2, 3,4g Class Play 3, Stu-
dent Council Zg GAA 2,3,4g Historical Society 1,2g
Jr. Class Treasurer, Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3,4
Annual Staff, Beech Leaf 1,'2, 3,4g Choir 1
Annual Staff, Shop Club 3g Conservation Club 3, Track
1, 33 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 fPres.4J Football 1, 2, 3,45
Basketball 1, Baseball 1
AnnualStaffg Shop Club 4, Football 1, 2, 33 Conserva-
tion Club 3
Football 1, 2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,4
MARIE HINSHA W
AnnualStaffg GAA 3,4g Beech Leaf 3,4, Dramatics3g
Choir 3, 4
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Beech Leaf 3g Annual Staff
HI-Y 3, Conservation Club 35 Shop Club 4
Annual Staff, Beech Leaf 4, GAA 2, 3,4
Conservation Club 35 HI-Y 4, Shop Club 4
CAROL ANN JOLLY
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Conservation Club 35 Shop Club 3,4
FHA 3,4 fPres. 41 GAA 1,25 Sewing Club 1,25 4-H
PA TRICIA LACEFIELD
Beech Leaf 35 Library Club 3,4
Lettermen's Club 3,45 Baseball 15 Basketball 1 2 3
Student Council 2,4
LEE LITT LE
HI-Y 1, 2,3,45 Basketball 15 Science Club 3
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student Council 3,4 mes. 41 H1-Y 2J3,ffPres. 41
Class Play 35 Lettermen's Club 3.45 Foqtball 1,114
LEE PORTER 1 ' .
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KENNETH SUSSMAN X
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GAA 2, 3,43 Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3,4g Choir 1
Annual Staff, Class Play 3, Historical Society 2, 4g
GAA 1,2,3,4g Dramatics1,2,3g Honor Club 1, 2,3,4
GAA 1, 2, 3,4g FHA 3,4
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AnhualStaffg Sunshine Society 3, GAA 3, 4, Class Play
HI-Y 1, 2, 3,43 Historical Society 3, 4, Traffic Patrol-
man 1, 2, 3,4g Track 1, 2
Cheer Leader 45 GAA 2, 3, Beech Leaf 1, 2g Sunshine
Society 1, 2, 3, 4 fPres. 41 Annual Staff, Block's Fash-
ion Boardg Choir 1, 2, 431-Iistorical Society 1, Ir, Class
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DONA LD WRIGHT
Annual Staff: Lettermen's Club 3,43 Football 2, 3,45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 3
Sketch Club 3,4g Conservation Club 3
HI-Y 33 Conservation Club 33 Shop Club 4
Conservation Club 3, Sketch Club 3,4
Annual Staff, Choir 1, 2,33 Band 2, 3,4g Beech Leaf
1, 2, 3,45 Honor Club 1, 2, 3,43 Sunshine Society lg
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Club 2,3, Class Play 3, Historical Society 13
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In September of 1949, 53 timid Freshmen students began their high school careers at Beech Grove High
School. That was us ..... I suppose our Freshman year was much like everyone else's first year -- kind of ex-
citing for us because we thought it was great to be in high school . . . at last!
As our Sophomore year began to pass, much like the first year, some changes became evident. First of
all, our number began to dwindle. Several people left school for various reasons -- some had jobs that they wanted
to work at full time, others changed schools. Following are the people who left during our sophomore year. Paul
Barton, Larry Horner, Prince Herzog, Roselyn Sells, Edith Clunie, Barbara Smith, Barbara E. Clark, Betty Orebough,
Carolyn Belcher, Joyce Hines, Arnold Purvis, Ruby Collins, Barbara Myers, Arlene Lady, Nancy McA1haney,
Catherine St. Clair.
In our Junior year we lost, by means of transfer to other schools, Chris Riemer and Jeanette O'Donoghue,
who had come to Beech Grove the year before. However, we gained seven new class members during this year,
and our number was on the upward trend once again.
The class worked teogether diligently for the prom, and we think we've had the best prom yet. We also
sold more magazines in our Jtmior year than any Junior class had ever sold. We were very proud of our accom-
plishments as Juniors. We gave a very successful class play, and we were all ready to work even harder to make
our Senior year a 'best Senior year. "
Maxine Grdolnik was the only class member who failed to return for her Senior year. She was one of the
most diligent people who helped to make our prom a success.
Our Junior Class officers were as follows:
President: Doyle Ogden
Vice-President: Nancy Schoo
Secretary: Gerry Chamley
Treasurer: Charlotte Brady
Now that we have achieved that "all time greatness, " which once seemed so important to be a "senior, '
I think that most everyone is reluctant to say that last goodbye to 'ye olde halls. " Our class now consists of 42
people, twelve less than we started with in our first year at Beech Grove. Our class officers this year are:
President: Earl Gray
Vice-President: Paul Baier
Secretary: Patty Wickens
Treasurer: Shirley Weathers
We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty-three, are proud of our accomplishments in high
school, and we hope that the classes of the future can achieve their respective goals, and also have as many good
times as we have had in our high school years.
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Patty W. Jim w.
Carol Ann and Jack Sleeth did a solo Char1eston???
We had another session of "arms 1ength"P????
Priscilla went sledding????
Frank and Doyle went hunting and made a big catch --- of poison ivy????
We had "tasty" duck at the junior picnic????
The fellows declared a "tramp day" 2722
Vernon stopped up the drains at his home with duck feathers?
Barbara swallowed her toothP???
Nancy had braces on her teeth????
John decided his car needed cranking????
We had a "scavanger hunt" at the senior party? P P P?
Charlotte tried to grow petunias????
Everyone was surprised about the House of Blue Lights? P?
All the beds collapsed at Carol's slumber party????
Earl led a snake dance down Main Street and through the storesP???
Our fellows lost the Inter-class Tourney to the seniors by one point????
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Paul Baier, will to future students the rights to the use of all the school, not just the register in the main hall.
John Basso, will my ability to 'stay' in Hi-Y to my two little brothers.
Virginia Bloir, will my ability to get government in the library to my sister, Barbara,
Charlotte Brady, will my ability to ride with John Ferree or Arnie Myers to anyone who is brave enough to try it.
Betty Camp, will my ability to be the fastest, fnot the bestj soda jerk at Iverson's to Joanne Newerth.
Jerry Carmichael, will my ability to play pool to Walker Sandlin.
Gerry Chamley, will my two-way stretch to Jim Little.
Barbara Clark, will my ability to drag my foot in order to stop John Ferree's car to anyone who has thick-soled
Vernon Costelow, will my dirty practice jersey to any member of next year's football team who thinks he can
stand the smell.
Marlene Cunningham, will to Mrs. Holwager one giant pair of ear-muffs, incase Emily turns out like Vivian.
Donald Davis, will my ability to get to school on time to my brother, Kenneth.
Vivian DeLay, will my sister Emily, who is very quiet, to Mrs. Holwager for the next three years.
John Ferree, will my 'ability' to shoot a shotgun to anyone who doesn't know how.
Charles Fox, will my ability to get a new pair of sweat socks for every game without getting caught to any
member of next year's football team.
Robert Gordon, will my ability to get into trouble to my brother, Chick.
Earl Gray, will my brains to anyone dumb enough to have them.
Frank Hearrell, will to every "sane person" my ability. to ride with John Ferree and Doyle Ogden and still re-
Marie Hinshaw, will my ability to go with a first string football player and keep him in training for two years
and wear his letter sweater to my little sister, Myra Louise.
Carol Ann Jolly, will my ability to 'tango' with Paul Baier to anyone who can endure.
Patricia Lacefield, will my two moming library periods to anyone who needs them.
Lee Little, will my 'steel nerves" and nickname, "guts", to Bob Kroening.
Howard Luellen, will my ability to beat the pinball machine to Kenny Byland.
Richard Midkiff, will the ability to go with one girl for two years to my brother, Mike.
Tom Morrison, will my ability to play snooker to Harry 'cat' Fisher.
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Lee Porter, will to Gary Alford my ability to keep a straight face when I talk about interplanetary travel . . .
also I give him the 'Secret of the Cosmos", which I hope e will guard with his life.
Betsy Redding, will my silent nature in the library to Mary Hess.
Sharon Rudolph, will my extra half credit to Anna Vandergrift.
Carol Searcy, will my position on traffic patrol to anyone who wants to stand in the same place for 4 112 years.
Nancy Schoo, will the bookstore to any poor little mixed up kid.
Jim Simpson, will my ability to type 15 wpm to Spike Fallowfield.
Kenneth Sussman, will my ability to never be tardy to Larry Johannes.
Laverne Switzer, will my height to Gordy Bailey.
Alice Terhune, will my ability to get a bottom locker all four years in high school to my sister, Beverly
Ronald Vollrath, will my ability to get my physics assignment in on time to Gary Alford.
Paul Ward, will my excellent typing ability to my brother, Lane.
Shirley Weathers, will my ability to get 2's and 5's in studyhall to my little brother, William.
Bob Webber, will to Beech Grove my love for conservation.
Patricia Wickens, will my love for sports to Mary Bauer and the Sophomore girls.
Priscilla Winklepleck, will my long, long hair to Sharon Weiger.
Jim Withem, will my ability to sit on the bench in football for four years to Dale Schoo.
Don Wright, will my Crosley 'Cadillac' to Marilyn Prather.
Everyone likes to predict the future. Wou1dn't it be interesting if one really could foresee what his future
work is to be?
Since we are not prophets, we cannot do this accurately, but let us pretend that we are prophets by look-
ing ahead into the year 1965.
Upon venturing into the field of entertainment, we find our friend Jerry Carmichael, who is the announcer
for several "name" T. V. shows - including the show of that top T. V. and radio singer Nancy Schoo. Nancy has
certainly come a long way since her well-remembered stay in "ye olde halls. "
As we continue our sightseeing trip, we run into Don Davis, that famous playboy. All of the eligible
socialites have their eyes on himg but unfortunately Don is a "confirmed" bachelor.
Many have gone into the manufacturing business. Bob Gordon is the manufacturer of a famous new soft
drink. In competition with Bob is Chuck Fox, who has discovered a new way to make apple cider into a more
Speaking of lawyers, PaulBaier is now avery famous lawyer. He interviews all spy suspects of the govern-
ment. Listening to Paul cross-examine suspects is as amusing as it is educational, but he gets results.
As we move along the business section of the world, we find still more of our classmates. Alice Terhune
is the head buyer for Macey's Dept. Store. Laverne Switzer is Macey's personnel managerg she insists on expert
accuracy from her workers. This is allwell and good for her head typist in the office in Sharon Rudolph, who types
at least 150 words per minute.
Across from Macey's is a beautiful barber shop. Its proprietor is none other than Tom Morrison. When we
enter he is trying out a new style hair cut on his ever-faithful model, Jim Withem. When Tom wants any painted
or drawn advertisements, he consults the ALL PURPOSE ADVERTISEMENT CO. This company is owned by those
three world-renown artists -- Betty Camp, Bob Webber and Ronald Vollrath.
Several of the male members of the class were interested in cars while in school, and they carried that
interest into their future. Jim Simpson is going to race his Ferree Special at the 500 mile race on MemorialDay.
Jim's mechanic is none other than John Ferree, who keeps Jim's car in tip-top shape and designs race cars. Don
Wright often comes around to see the race cars, but his main interest is building a car of his own. He'd like to
build an even "smaller" car than the Crosley.
Of course, Lee Porter doesn't waste his time on cars -- his interest is in the stratosphere. Already he has
built a space ship which he flew to Mars.
Everyone needs a little relaxation, and Howard Luellenprovidesit. He owns several billiard parlors, which
Dick Midkiff is the proud ownerofhis own chain ofgrocery stores. He efficiently keeps everything in order
with the help of his bookkeeper-secretary, Marie Hinshaw. Earl Gray's Milk Co. supplies all of the dairy products
for Midkiff 's stores, and Vernon Costelow's stock famis supply the meat.
Everybody who is anybody goes to Gerry Charnley, the famous dentist, for dental care. Now, if one's
sick, the only person to see is Dr. Vivian DeLay. However, if one has to leave the earth fand we all must go
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- - Anna Vandergrift
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Wickens, Club Ed.: Barbara Clark, Literary
Ed.: Priscilla Winklepleck, Editor.
ROW 2: Gerry Charnley, Assistant Ed.:
Charlotte Brady, Senior Ed.: Betty Camp,
ROW 3: Caro1,Ann Iolly, Club Ed.
ROW 1: Paul Baier, Business Manager: Nancy
Schoo, Art Ed.: Bob Gordon, Sa es: Marie
ROW 2: Don Wright, Sports Ed.: Richard
ROW 3: Earl Gray, Sports Ed.: Charles Fox,
ROW 1: Marlene Cunningham, Sales: Vivian
ROW 2: Alice Terhune, Typist: Sharon
Rudolph, Typist: Mrs. Holwager, Sponsor.
lIl,ll'l'lZ: Charles Goarheartg CLARINETS: Tom Moriarity, June Krug, Dallas Warrurn, Robert Lcffler, Dorothy
bvonncll, Sandra Griffith, Donna Stratton, Don Singer, SAXOPIIONE: Fred Boyles, Glen McClaing CORNETS:
'obcrt Lerirnan, john Pritsch, Jann Elliott, Mike Midkiff, Mary Bauer, Paul Harmon, Ray Stampler, George
llultnmng FRENCH HORNS: Joe Rice, Gordon Bailey, MELLOPHONE: Joan Hosimerg TROMBONE: Duke Demeree,
Dick Lockardg BARITONE: Richard Bunnellg BASS: Mary Etta McMasters, Richard Ridpathg BELLS: Joyce Smithg
BASS DRUM: Patty Davidson, SNARE DRUM: Donna Cunninghamg CYMBALS: Art Sims: LlBRARIAN:Priscilla
Winklcplcckg DIRECTOR: Mr. Albertson.
Sharron Weiger, Pat Matkins, Carolyn Harvey, Marilyn Prather, Frances King
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ROW 1 Mrs. Holwager - Sponsor, Beverly Messer, Patty Wickens - Editor, Joe Geshwiler - Assistant Editor
ROW 2 Freddy Boyles, Thelma Hunter, Sharron Weiger, Carol Morgan, Joyce Smith, Rita Conway
ROW 3 Marie Hinshaw, Betty Camp, Bill Geshwiler, Vivian DeLay, Barbara Clark, Priscilla Winklepleck
NOT PRESENT Miss Moren .- Sponsor
BEECH LEAF STAFF
The Beech Leaf Staff of Beech Grove High School is an organization with the main purpose of collecting
and publishing news of school activities and presenting it to the student body in the form of a paper.
Wilma Brown, Marie Hinshaw, Thelma Hunter, Nancy Schoo, Rita Conway, Faye Paugh, Janice Murdock
Linda Cook, Nancy Hartzell.
Joyce Smith, Shirley Simpson, Patty Davidson, Carolyn Harvey, Carol Webster, Pat Matkins, Judi Elliott,
Doris Davis, Jan Cammack, Martha Burpo, Mr, Albertson
Harold Laine, Fred Farber, David VanMeter, Joe Rice, Patsy Pace, Mary Etta McMasters, Dorothy Smith
Janice Emmert, Beverly Messer, Sharon Weiger
Bill Smock, Harlan Finley, Charles Gorden, David Smith, Douglas Robertson, Art Jessup, Steve Smith,
Bill Geshwiler, Norman Thompson, Joe Geshwiler, Jerre Thompson, Kenny Byland, Travis Terhune
The Beech Grove Choir is a regular class subject in the school curriculum. A few programs outside of
class periods are given by the members. The purpose of the Choir is to encourage and develop the music talent
. Membership is attained by signing for Choir as a minor subject when constructing the school schedule
ROW 1 Gary McElroy, Tom Ruesh, Kenny Vice, Kay Myers, Jan Cammack, Janice Murdock, Miss Ragsdale -
ROW 2 Harold Laine, Phil Lenard, Fred Boyles, Joe Rice, Linda Cook, Carole Webster, Pat Jessup
ROW 3 Wayne Lenard, Sandra Costelow, Judy Sare, Sally Taylor, Dot Sells, Barbara Wheeler
NOT PRESENT Bob Graybill, Ruth Beikman, Ronald Sandlin
The Dramatic Club of Beech Grove High School is an organization with the main purpose of developing
and increasing interest in the art of acting. The members present plays for the public to increase their own
knowledge of drama. This club has been in Beech Grove High School activities for two years.
1 Carole Webster - Editor, Gladys Catton - Vice Pres. , Carol Ann Jolly - Pres. , Janice Murdock - Sec. ,
Shirley Simpson - Trea. , Marilyn Prather - Historian
2 Kathleen Brown - Parliamentarian, Barbara Bloir, Helen Webber, Carolyn Harvey, Pat Jessup, Nancy
Hartzell, Patsy Pace - Song Leader
3 Faye Paugh, Mary Hess, Georgia Gray, Virginia Bloir, Mary Etta McMasters, Mrs. Laing - Sponsor
4 Sue Myers, Wilma Brown, De ores Herzog, Evelyn Vogel, Marlene Richardson, Betsy Redding
PRESENT Doris Harmon, Pat Matkins
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Future Homemakers of America in Beech Grove High School is an organization with the main pur-
pose of teachingl and promoting happier family living and relationships. The club is a chapter of the national
organization. T is chapter is in its second year here at Beech Grove. Membership may be attained by signifying
a desire to be a member and qualifying to a few set standards of the f-huh.
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- Secretary, Vivian DeLay - Intramural, Judy Sare - Secretary, Gerry Ciarnely - Vice President, Sandra
Costelow - Treasurer, Patty Wickens - President, Janice Emmett - Secretary, Marilyn Prather - Intra-
mural, Miss Moren - Sponsor
ROW 2 Laverne Switzer,Kathleen Brown, Betty Collins, Martha Burpo, Phyllis Fisher, Barbara Wheeler, Dorothy
Sells, Kay Meyers, Mary Bauer - Vice President, Alice Terhune, Hancy Hartzel, Georgia Gray
ROW 3 Betsy Redding, Beverly Messer, Carol Mor an, Rita Conway. Dorothy Smith, Marie Hinshaw, Sally
Taylor, Beverly Terhune, Sharon Rudolph, gay Porter, Donna Foust, Fay Paugh
ROW 4 Barbara Clark, Judi Elliott, Patty Davidson, Joyce Smith, Thelma Hunter, Jane Short, Wilma Shilling,
Etta McMasters, Sharron Weiger, Margaret Dension, Mary Hess. '
The Girl's Athletic Association of Beech Grove High School is an organization with its main purpose to
give girls of Beech Grove an opportunity to participate in athletic activities.
ROW 1 Patty Wickens, Gary Alford, Miss Crabb- Sponsor, Gerry Charnley - President, Barbara Clark - Board
Dir., Alice Terhune - Sec. Trea.
ROW 2 John Spears, David Dietz, Ioe Rice, George Hinshaw, Lee Porter - Vice President, Carol Seary
ROW 3 Harold Laine, Kenny Sussman, Walker Sandlin, Kenny Davis, Gary McElroy, Paul Baier
NOT PRESENT Art Jessup
The Historical Society of Beech Grove High School is an organization with the main purpose to promote
interest in the history of state and nation, through programs, trips, and study.
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1 Larry Johannes, Bob Ford - Sgt. of Arms, Bob Rudolph - Trea., Gary Alford - Chaplin, Carol Searcy -
Sec. , Earl Gray - V. Pres., Doyle Ogden - Pres. , Richard Midkiff, Joe Geshwiler, Mr. McMasters -
2 LeRoy Age, Walker Sandlin, Jerry Carmichael, David Deitz, Norman Thompson, John Ferree, Paul
Baier, John Spears, David Smith, Danny Challis
3 Charles Lynch, Jim Low, Terry Sedinger, Jimmy Ray, Bobby Locke, Howard Luellen, Bi11A1exander,
Buddy Followfield, Ed Showalter, William Smock
4 BillClark, David VanMeter, Ronald Harmon, Jack Harlan, Dick Utterback, Jimmy Hart, Ed Loughmiller,
Jerry Tex, Douglas Robertson, Fred Farber
5 Bill Baker, Roger Newman, Warner Wiley, Charles Gorden, Harlan Finley, Steve Smith, Jerre Thompson,
Kenny Byland, Art Jessup, Bill Geshwiler
PRESENT John Basso, Larry Mequire, Mark Muncie, Jim Little, Jim Sare, Bob Norton, David Carey
The Hi Y Association of Beech Grove Hi h School has its main purpose to create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school high standards of Christian ciaracter.
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ROW 1 Kathleen Brown, Sylvia Prather, Beverly Terhune, Sandra Costelow, Dorothy Sells, Kay Myers, Sally
Taylor, Barbara Wheeler.
ROW 2 Alice Terhune, Pat Davidson, Bob Wagner, Art Jessup, Gary Alford, Charles Grubbs, Priscilla Winkle-
pleck, Evelyn McHenry, Miss Guill.
ROW 3 Judy Sare, Gerry CharnleY. Janice Murdock, Joe Rice, Bill Geshwiler, Joe Geshwiler, Mary Etta
McMasters, Charlotte Brady, Linda Cook.
The Purpose of the Honor Club of Beech Grove High School is to promote the development of character
of the individual, to encourage service by the individual in home, school, church, and community activities,
to develop leadership, and to encourage high scholarship.
ROW l lim Witliem, Paul Baier, Vernon Costello, Chuck Fox, Lee Little, Don Wright, Earl Gray.
ROW 2 Larry Iohannas, Mike Malone, Frank Hearrell, Richard Midkiff, Doyle Ogden, Bill Clark, Harry Russell
ROW 3 Mr, Yeager - Sponsor, Joe Geshwiler, Spike Fallowfield, Bill Gcshwiler, Charles Grubbs, Warner Wiley
The Lertermen's Club of Beech Grove High School has the main purpose of maintaining good Christian
sports and developing a higher degree of intelligence toward the art of sports.
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ROW 1 Mike Malone, Bob Webber, Martha Burpo, Mrs. Miller - Sponsor, Beverly Terhune, Richard Boles
ROW 2 David Purvis, David Roessler, Ronald Volrath, John Cravens, David Elmore
ROW 3 Roger Cline, Mike Morrison, Bill Smith, Charles Jones, Gary Schroeder
NOT PRESENT Jim Newport, Dale Schoo
The Sketch Club of Beech Grove High School is an organization with the main purpose of encouraging
interest and developing for students their artistic ability. Membership can be attained by signifying an interest
in art work and attending meetings during Activity Period.
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SEATED: Sandra Costelow, Susie Prather, KathleenBrown, Doyle Ogden, Sylvia Prather, Mike Morrison, Fred Boyles
STANDING: Mrs. Stokesberry and Mrs. Laing - Sponsors, Pat Davidson, Paul Baier, Kay Meyers, Steve Smith,
Lee Little, Bill Geshwiler
NOT PRESENT: Bob Leaman
The purpose of this organization shall be to raise and maintain the standards of the schoolg to foster
school spirit, to bind the faculty and student body more closelygand to develop leadership, initiative, and coopera-
tion throughout the school system.
SEATED Kathleen Brown - Secretary, Doyle Ogden - President,
Mike Morrison - Vice President
STANDING Paul Baier - P. T. A. Representative, Sylvia Prather,
ROW 1 Mrs. Miller - Sponsor, Nancy Schoo - President, Laverne Switzer - Secretary, Sylvia Prather - Vice
President, Donna Foust - Treasurer, Patricia Davidson - Chaplain.
ROW 2 Pat Brady, Betty Collins, Sandra Costelow, Judy Sare, Sally Taylor, Dot Sells, Barbara Wheeler, Kay
ROW 3 Beverly Terhune, Gertude Hollander, Doris Davis, Evelyn McHenry, Lorita Neal, Sonja Beckett, Nancy
Wright, Vonda Richardson.
ROW 4 Martha BurP0. Jewell Foltz, Gay Porter, Tiny McFeely, Margaret Denson, Linda Cook.
NOT PRESENT Charlotte Brady - Program Chairman
The main purpose of the Sunshine Society is to raise money for the Riley Hospital Fund. This organi
zation is open to all high school girls. The girls get social, cultural, and religious training through this organi
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ROW 2 Mike Morrison, Tom Morrison, Norman Thompson, John Ferree, Bob Wagner, Jim Fisher
ROW 3 John Danehy, Luther Wright, Bob Norton, Jim Simpson, Jim Withem, Ronald Alford
NOT PRESENT: Don Davis
This club is for the boys who enjoy woodworking. They are free to choose their own project.
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Marney MacDonald fat 175, , ,
Milly MacDonald ,,,,,,
Burney MacDonald ,,,,
Robert MacDonald . .
Mary Wilson fat 591 . .
Mary Wilson fat 363 . . .
Jenniter Carston fat 413 . .
Jennifer Carston fat 181 . .
Jack Rose .......
Bud Blasier . .
Franny Crane .
Henry Wilson ,
Mrs, Drake . .
William Stone , .
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. . Charlotte Brady
. . . . Maxine Grdolnik
. . Jeanette O'Donoghue
, , , , ,Chris Reimer
, , , , , , Lee Porter
. . Priscilla Winklepleck
, , , Alice Terhune
, , , Pat Wickens
, , Sharon Rudolph
, , , Earl Gray
. Richard Midkiff
, , Nancy Schoo
, , , Paul Baier
, Marie Hinshaw
. . Doyle Ogden
The Junior Prom of 1952
was held at the Riveria Club
on May 9. The "Commanders"
was the orchestra that played
for Lhe dance.
Grand March of the Mardi Gras Prom
Crowning of the
King an Queen
King and Queen of
the Prom were
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Paul Baier, Earl Gray, Bill Clark
Dick Lester, Bill Geshwiler, Fred Farber, Charles Gordon, Jim Withem, Bob Ford, Charles Grubbs, Jim Sare
David Smith, Kenny Byland, Danny Challis, Dale Schoo
Iimmy Newport, Bob Wagner, Charles Jones, Steve Smith, Mike Malone, Walter Fallowfield, Bobby Lock
Harlen Finley, Kenny Vise, Bob Lee, Ed Showalter
Mr. Brunoehler -- Track coachg
Assistant Football and
Mr. Yeager -- Football coach
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Mr. Erice Yeager, a Purdue University graduate, was head football coach for the 1952 season. He was
assisted by Mr. Richard Brunoehler and Mr. Steele Roberts.
Approximately 20 boys came to our first practice on August 15. Before school started an additional 20
were gained. Frank Hearrell, Don Wright, Vernon Costelow, Earl Gray, Dick Midkiff, Paul Baier, Doyle Ogden,
Bill Clark, Bob Ford and Chuck Fox were the 10 lettermen who returned.
On September 5, Greenfield ,traveled to Beech Grove. In the first half of the game Don Wright made a
touchdown, putting the Hornets ahead '7-0 at the end of the half. The game ended with a 13-'7 victory for Greenfield.
The following week we played Franklin Township. The game remained scoreless until the last minute of
the fourth quarter, when Franklin caught a pass and went about 60 yards for a touchdown, making the score 6-0.
We lost the next two games in succession to Sacred Heart 20-0 and to the Deaf School 20-0.
The first game in October found the Hornets almost upsetting the favored Bears of Lawrence Central.
Lawrence scored in the opening minutes, but the Hornets came right back and droveall of the way to the Lawrence
one yard line, only to be halted. In the second quarter Jim Sare caught a pass from Bill Clark for a touchdown.
Don Wright made the extra point. A safety was also made by Chuck Fox. Lawrence won 19-9.
Our next game was played with Pike Township. Don Wright made two touchdowns for the Hornets, but
Pike defeated us 39-13.
Earl Gray and Bill Clark tallied for the Hornets in the Speedway game which was won by Speedway 42-14.
The Warren Central county champs downed us witha score of 66-6. Bill Clark scored the touchdown, and
the extra point was blocked.
The Hornet's victory of the season came in their last game with an undefeated Carmel team. It seemed
Beech Grove was really geared for this game. The Homet's received on the kick off, and after about four plays
Don Wright broke loose for about 45 yards for the first Beech Grove touchdown. Carmel came back in the second
quarter and scored. However, the fighting Hornets refused to give up and after marching about 53 yards, Don
Wright put the team ahead 13-7. In the second half Harry Russell broke loose and ran for about 40 yards for a
touchdown, but it was called back by a penalty. Vemon Costelow caught a pass from quarterback Bill Clark on
the five yard line and ran the touchdown but was called back by another penalty.
With about three minutes left in the final quarter, Dick Midkiff recovered a Carmel fumble on Carmel's
40 yard line. Bill Clark made a 35 yard rung Don Wright went over for the touchdown. He kicked the extra
point which made the score 20-7 for the Hornets.
We seniors wish next year's team the best of luck, and hope they are undefeated.
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Pike Township 66 34
Decatur 56 87
Park 45 47
Carmel 39 46
Deaf School 38 40
Center Grove 52 56
Warren Central 48 42
Speedway 60 51
Lawrence Central 51 38
Southport fCounty Tournamentj 55 45
Sacred Heart 56 37
Clark Township 39 37
Manual 52 43
Franklin Township 57 39
University School fBloomingtonJ 64 52
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ROW TWO: Coac Dick Brunoehler, Charles Grubbs, Steve Smith, Kenny Vise, Bill Geshwiler, Larry Meguiar
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ROW ONE: Jack Lewis, Harlan Finley, Fred Farber, Jim Newport
ROW TWO: Manager Jim Little, Ed Showalter, Torn Ruesch, Terry Sedinger, Bob Locke
ROW THREE: Coach Erich Yeager, Kenny Vise, Bob Wagner, Steve Smith, Manager Bud Fallowfield
EIGHTH GRADE TEAM
ROW ONE: Jerry Sarc, Bill Schlicfelbein, Wayne Naylor, Arthur Simes, Glen Mason
ROW TWO: - Coach Foster McMasters, Jan Elliott, John Brown, Charles Gearheart, Joe Byland, Bill Weathers
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ROW ONE: John Lester, Richard Sharp, Wayne Spencer, Richard Burnell, Philip Farber
ROW TWO: Troy Totty, Richard Flancer, Tommy Moriarty, Bill Barnes, Roger Smith, Tommy Ford
ROW 'I'IiRI5Eg Dallas Warrum, Glen McClain, Gary Eytchison, Larry Pierson, John Longe, Coach Kenneth Reed
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ONE: Coach Murray Mendenhall, Don Wright, Ross Page, Charles Hunter, Wayne Sigman, Earl Gray, Assistant
Coach Jim Tate.
TWO: Manager Travis Terhune, Harry Russell, Larry Johannes, Vernon Costelow, Bill Clark, Charles Fox
THREE: Manager David Dietz, Danny Challis, Joe Geshwiler, Bill Geshwiler, Bob Ford, Mike Morrison.
FOUR: Charles Grubbs, Warner Wiley, David Smith, Bill Baker, John Spears, Jerre Thompson.
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victories and one defeat. Meets were won
from Charlottesville, Mount Comfort, Decatur
Central and Pike Twp. We lost to Manual and
Franklin Twp., and finished last in the Capi-
tol District. However this was our best record
since 1949. Wayne Sigman, who was our most
outstanding performer, was the point-getter
for our team.
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much publicity for their exciting exploits. ' , - 1 ..,i P
lf one has read the papers lately, he couldn't have missed reading about Pat Wiokensyfhe
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She just won the Davis Cup for the U. S. last week. Patis good friend is socialite Shirley Weathersg Shi!!
only original clothes designed for her by Mme. Carole Jolly. Mme. Carole has several able assistants
Ogden Qher store managerj and Patty Lacefield, who models all of the latest creations. ' S
If we were to go to Africa, we should probably see our good friend Frank Hearrell. Frank is a we
sportsman who supplies the Ringling Bros. circus with wild animals. As we board our plane and head be
U.S.. we may by chance see Barbara Clark who is a Trans-World airline Hostess. S S
A few of our class are in the teachi field. Prisclllawinklepleckis now a professor of English a
Also at Purdue is Kenny Sussman who coaches the Boilermakers. If one should venture to Butler, he w
Charlotte Brady teaching the History of Civilization, and Betsy Redding and Virginia Bloir Qwho are well lf
co-authoring several booksj teaching commercial courses. '
While speaking of authors, we come upon the remaining two members of our class. Marlene Cu:
and Gloria Jones are authors of some of the best-selling fiction novels of the year. y C '
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