Arlington High School - Rambler Yearbook (Arlington, IN)

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' ' 1 w - 1 N X I ' y r 4 4r I " fm, ' . af M 'W V 4 1 4 Q A Q . :- 1 1 1 ' y A .',Q4ff:f , Vg, , ' 4 ,- ug..-ga." :I.Ir,?i -ll 'H-Y , 4 I .I Tk Q Q ' 2 .' 1? .CI "I' ,ii if Ian ' an -.--J , ' -F , . ,G -' -4 I . .,,f-'5 ' ' -if : Vi , -51 . ff ,vw ,II. -E .-2 ' 'jf- . '11 -5 .lg-1 hirfdinn We, the Senior Class of 1959, are happy to dedicate our yearbook "The Rambler" in the memory of Lloyd Tucker, our janitor for three years. We also wish to dedicate this book to our parents. We want to thank them for their co-operation, advice, and inspir- ation through the years. Mr. and Mrs. Earl David Stout Mr. and Mrs. Fredric E. Patterson Mrs. Lois Kennedy Mr. Robert Kennedy Mr. and Mrs Delbert Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolf Mr. and Mrs. James R. Emmons Mr. and Mrs Loren Baker Mr. and Mrs Joseph Kramer Mr. and Mrs Merle Kemple Mr. and Mrs Lowell Cooley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Faurote Mr. and Mrs Leland Van Osdol Mr. and Mrs Wilford Catt Mr. and Mrs Rigsbee Farlow Mr. and Mrs Freddie Mann Mr. and Mrs Paul Van Scyoc Mr. and Mrs Sherman Buchanan PRINCIPAL SPONSOR MR. WILBUR HARDIN MRS. MARIAN WHITE TRUSTEE TRUSTEE MR, VIRGIL PARKS MR. CLARENCE NORTHAM ACULTY NORMAN L. MORRIS Commercial Ball State, B.S. LEWIS THOMPSON Mathematics Indiana Central, A. B. EDITH L. KUHN Librarian Indiana University B. S. MARIAN WHI'I'E English De Pauw, A. B. Indiana University, M. A. RALPH E. JOHN History Indiana University A. B. WILBUR M. HARDIN Principal Earlham, A. B. Indiana University, M. S. THOMAS PAUL POTTS Vocational Agriculture Purdue, B. S. A. WILLIAM H. WILT Indiana Central, B. S. Picture not available NEYSA V. WILT Carthage Cnllenre. R. S. FACULTY BETTY B. HARCOURT Art Indiana University A. B. DONALD E. CLEMENTS Music Ball State, B. S. MARTHA KESLER Sixth Grade Central Normal MARY BECKNER Fourth Grade Butler MARY ADDISON Second Grade Ball State MARY BENSON Fifth Grade Indiana University REBA MACY Third Grade Marion FRANCES PITTS First Grade Teachers College of Indianapolis Butler ME LVIN KEITH WOLF President 45 Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Cho- rus 1, 25 JuniorPlay - Cad- walderg Senior Play, Stunt Night 33 Rambler Staff, Class Editor. 95 'Y ROBE RT H. COOLEY Vice-President 4, President 3, Secretary 2, Treasurer 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4g Base- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,2, Special Mu- sic 1,2,3,4g Boys State Alternate 3, Junior Play - JerelgSeniorPlayg Rambler Staff, Advertisment Mana- ger. LINDA LOU WINKLER Vice-President 1, S e c r e- tary 2, 4, Chorus 1, 23 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, Studio Band Vocalist 4, Latin Club 1 g Junior Play - Gertieg Sen- iorPlayg 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Stunt Night 33 Ram ble r Staff, Proof Reader. K JO ANN KRAMER Treasurer 4, Vice-Presi- dent 1, President 2, Vice- President 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club 15 Junior Play - Opal, Senior Play, 4-H lg Stunt Night 3, Rambler Staff, Business Manager. DAVID MANN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus l,2, 4-H l,2, Jun- ior Play - Mike, Senior Play, Rambler Staff, As- sistant Advertising S a 1 e s Manager. MARJORIE KAY VAN OSDOL Band 1,2, 3, Chorus 1,2, Triple Trio 2, Special Mu- sic 1,2, Junior Play - Betsy, Senior Play, 4-H l,2, 3, 4, Junior Leaders 2, 3, 4, Ram- bler Staff, Alumni Assistant. ROSEMARY MILLE R Spiceland 1, Treasurer 2, Chorus 1,2, 3, Special Mu- sic 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Sweet- heart 2,3,4, Latin 2, Jun- ior Play - Miss Eudosia, Senior Play, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Ram ble r Staff, Lay-out Mat Super- visor. JANE ANN KEMPLE Cheerleader 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, Art 2, Latin Club 1, Junior Play - Bessie, Sen- ior Play, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 1, 2, 3, Stunt Night 3, Rambler Staff. Alumni. GEORGE VAN SCYOC Morristown 1, Basketball 1 2, Baseball 2, 3, Softball 1 Track 1, Cross Country 1 Chorus 1, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 JuniorP1ay - Uncle Podger Stunt Night 3. A. LYNN CATT Chorus 1 Art 1 F. F.A. 1 4-H 1, 2 Junior Play - Sam Senior Play Stunt Night 3 Rambler Staff Social Editor CAROL ANN BUCHANAN Mays High School 1 Secretary 3 Chorus 2 Band 3, 4 Triple Trio 2, 3 Studio Band 4 Special Music 2, 3, 4 Girls' State 3 D.A. R. Award 4 Junior Play - Mimi Senior Play Stunt Night 3 4-H 2 Rambler Staff t ik, CAROL DIANE STOUT Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 3 Special Music 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Art 2 Junior Play - Ruth Senior Play Stunt Night 3 Rambler Staff Photographer Co-editor REBECCA ANN STEVEN OWEN KENNEDY PATTERSON Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Chorus 1 Chorus 1,2 Special Music 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1 Band 1, 2, 3,4 Junior Play - Jack Treasurer 3 Senior Play Triple Trio 3 Rambler Staff Art 2 Sports Editor Latin Club 1 Cheerleader 3, 4 Junior Play - Peggy Senior Play Rambler Staff Typist JACK WEBB Windfall 1 Track 1 Basketball 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Junior Play - Speedy Senior Play Stunt Night 3 Rambler Staff Sales Manager MARGARET FAY VAN OSDOL Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2 Triple Trio 2 Special Music 1, 2, 3 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior L'eaders 2, 3, 4 Junior Play - Letsy Senior Play 4 Stunt Night 3 Rambler Staff Typist JAMES R. EMMONS JR. Treasurer 3 Basketball Student Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball Student Manager 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Studio Band 3, 4 Special Music 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. 1. 2 Vice-President 2 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary and Treasurer2 Vice-President 3 Junior Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4 Hoosier Boy's State 3 Junior Play - Botsford Senior Play Stunt Night 3 Rambler Staff Editor-in-chief IVANNA CAROL Band 1 Chorus 1 Art 1 FARLOW Junior Play - Maudie Senior Play Rambler Staff Art Manager ROBERT S. BAKER Carthage 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Track 1, 2 Cross Country F, F. A. 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 4 Junior Leaders Senior Play Rambler Staff Social Editor ,4 ,4 2,3 1,234 CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1959, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, pub- lish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by us. Article Article We, the Seniors of 1959, will our ability to attend the State Fair on school time, and the last row of seats to the Juniors. We, the Seniors of 1959, will our ability to get good grades and the ability to stay off the Honor Roll to the Sophomores. Article We, the Seniors of 1959, will our ability not to be initiated to the Freshmen. Article We, the Seniors of 1959, will our good behavior, our angelic ways, and our ability to get out of trouble to the faculty. Article We, the Seniors of 1959, will our calmness, absent-mindedness, and the ability to keep peace in the school to Mr. Hardin. Article We, the Seniors. of 1959, do hereby bequeath our sincere thanks to our par- ents, teachers, and the entire community for all the help and inspiration they have given to us through the past twelve years. PART TWO I, Becky Patterson, do will my slimness and my winning smile to Carol Offutt. I, Linda Winkler, do will my nephew, Bill, to Brenda Dalrymple. I, Steve Kennedy, do will my height and my ability to play basketball to Ronnie Linville. I, Carol Buchanan, do will my curving figure, even temper, and angelic ways to Patty Van Scyoc. ' I, JoAnn Kramer, do will my shyness, and timidness to Marjorie Hill. I, Rosemary Miller, do will my height and naturally curly hair to Bonnie Heath. I, James Emmons, do will my lovemaking and my good grades to Harlan Burris. I, Bob Baker, do will my ability to stay away from Sara Miller to Johnny Twigg. I, Diane Stout, do will my short hair and my desire to ride in green Chevies to Janet Veach. I, Pat Wolf, do will my good grades and my ability to flirt with the girls to Emanuel Goode. I, Jack Webb, do will my ability to get along with Mrs. White to Bill Beckner. I, David Mann, do will my popularity with the girls to Richard James. I, ,Kay Van Osdol, do will my wavy hair and my ability to get excited to Betty Van Osdol. I, Fay Van Osdol, do will my work in the cafeteria and my ability to play the clarinet to Sharon Beebe. I, Lynn Catt, do will my ability to take dictation at 150 words a minute to Max Maple. I, Bob Cooley, do will my ability to get along with the teachers and fellow classmates to Jeri Seitz. I, Ivanna Farlow, do will my ability to "Live it up" to Jack Doddridge. I, Jane Kemple, do will my ability to stay slim when eating more than my share, and to refrain from biting my fingernails to Jeannie Hull. I, George Van Scyoc, do will my good looks to Bill Beckner. Linda Becky 3. I I il if Diane Jack Jane Jim Linda Kay Fay Rosemary Bob B. ee N Ieee George I W , JoAnn Pat :n f is .. 1 .- 2 N 'K iw 5 5, g GLX any ' 3 Jim Phil Jane CLASS HISTCRY It all started one sunny day August 29, 1947, when thirteen little boys and girls marched proudly up the stairs to the first grade. The school has never been the same. Sitting at her desk, almost no bigger than the rest of us, was Mrs. Frances Pitts, who very patiently pulled us through the first grade. During the next several years, our little march-ing group steadily progressed to higher education. To help us with our education were the never tiring, always under- standing teachers, Mrs. Vera Mae Pitts, Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. Pike. In these years, Carolyn Six, Richard Andis, Sherry Nickles, Patricia Wilder, Don Roberts, Preston Thompson, James Hiner, Mark Stockwell, Bessie Noble, Ruth Enyart, Richard Paul, Tony Hauntz, Nancy Earnest, David Mann, and Jim Emmons came and all departed except Jim and David. ln 1955, we enteredhigh school lookingforward to initiation, but something happened, perhaps we were too tough for themg anyway, initiation never developed. We elected our class officers who were: President, Nancy Earnestg Vice-President, JoAnn Kramerg Secretary, Linda Winkler, Treasurer, Jim Emmons. Mrs. Potts was our sponsor. The highlight of our Sophomore year was choosing class rings. We sponsored a formal Valentine Dance, the first event of this kind for our school. Decorating was lots of fun and the dance was more of a success than we had anticipated. Four more members joined our class, they were: Carol Buchanan, Rosemary Miller, George VanScyoc and Jack Webb. Our class officers were: President, JoAnn Kramerg Vice-President, Linda Winklerg Secretary, Bob Cooleyg Treasurer, Rosemary Miller. Mr. Hine was our sponsor. The Junior year was the year for which we had been waiting. lt brought fun, but also work-making money for our Senior trip. We presentedaplay entitled "Beans For Breakfast." We also gave a skit, "Baby Blues." Winning first prize was helped considerably by our two "babies," Jim and Jack. This year our class officers were: President, Bob Cooley, Vice-President, JoAnn Kramerg Secretary, Carol Buchanang Treasurer, Jim Emmonsg with Mrs. White as our sponsor. We had one new member, Bob Baker. Our marching group finally reached its goal. We were Seniors! We chose Mrs. White for our sponsor. The officers were: President, Pat Wolf, Vice-President, Bob Cooley: Secretary, Linda Winkler, Treasurer, JoAnn Kramer. This year was a busy year for us, we had many things to accomplish. We presented another play and pro- duced our Rambler. Our big event was the Senior Trip. Then last but not least came our Graduation. Eleven of our nineteen completed all twelve Wonderful years together. PRO PH ECY Amid the uproar and the shouts of the fans, I sit watching a basketball game between Arlington and Morristown. However, my mind is not on the game. I am remem- bering Arlington as it was twenty years ago whenl graduated. I was in the class of '59, As I sit here, thinking about the "old days", I suddenly notice that three of my classmates are here. There's Steve Kennedy. "Hello, Steve. How has the last twenty years treated you?" "Oh, just fine. I'm the head Santa Claus at Macy's department store, and if all goes well, I may get promoted and sent to the North Pole branch." See: there's Bob Cooley with his thirteen children. "Hi, Bob! How are you tonight?" "Oh, I'm pretty well snowed under with diapers and baby bottles. Look there: Bobby Junior just fell off the bleachers! I've got to run." "My, how he has aged! He should take some of Rosemary Miller's special brand vitamin pills. Rosemary takes them and she says that they work wonders. Oh, by the way, poor Rosemary is confined to her bed." There's George Van Scyoc. I hear he's a big fashion designer in Paris. He's home on vacation. "Hello, George. How are things in the fashion world ?" "Fashionable." Let's meet at Joyner's for a coke like the "old days" after the game. fLater at Joyner'sD "Have you seen Jo Ann Kramer lately?" "Oh, yes, but her name is Bridget Barlow now. She's a fiery movie actress, and I hear that she has all the qualifications for being a star!" "Have you heard about Jane Kemple? She's a gun moll, shoplifter, and accomplice to Bob Baker, who is a professional safecracker. I guess they're having a bang-up time." ' "Everyone in the class is proud of Jack and Fay Webb. Such sweet people! He is in the ministry and they are doing missionary work in darkest Africa. I asked them if they thought it unsafe, but they said, "No, the darker, the better." "Have you heard that Lynn Catt has a title? He's Mr. America, and I hear that all the girls are crazy over him. They call him "Killer Catt"." "I took my son to the circus the other day, and I saw Kay Van Osdol there. She is billed as the fat lady, and also the elephant trainer. She said it was a wonderful occupation if she could only train the elephants not to step on her feet." "One that really surprised me is Pat Wolf. Because of a broken heart over a. love affair, he has turned very studious. He is now an English professor at Harvard. I hear that he's tutoring Mrs. White's grandchildren." "What nerve that Diane Stout has! She's an alligator wrestler in Florida. Those poor alligators haven't a chance." "Linda Winkler is a professional witch. She spends her time riding around on a broom, making brew, and frightening innocent children. Poor little things." "I hear that David Mann is having an awful time. He just secured his tenth bride. The only trouble is that he forgot to divorce the other nine." "I saw Ivanna Farlow the other day. She's been spending her years riding on freight cars and eating from tin cans. She says that it's a nice occupation, except that she's too short to jump on the cars." "Becky Patterson has married a mortician. She keeps house in the mortuary and has raised a bunch of fine little undertakers." "I heard that Carol Buchanan is leaving soon for her vacation. She is going to be the first lady to go to the moon. They say that she's a demon in a rocket ship!" "Oh, here comes Jim Emmons. I guess it was meant for Jimmy to be the black- sheep and Don Juan of the class. Of course, he isn't used to working. Now he's only a bum, but he sure makes a hit with the girls." "Time really flies when you are reminiscing. It's time to "bug out", as we used to say. But maybe in another twenty years, we can all come together from our different walks of life, and meet again." Hr Gang . HARD nf WORK D15 f'lNGu.15hEd Loolime . ! .URI WI-Inch haii fhET3Ni? P uSeY1ior-C.f0.55 P07119 U MPP! Love" 2 L , ,X AM: Q ' if H,..,, , CHLLGHT MALI...-l 5ocK AND COMPHNY Where is - - -"' Her'0CK "Bossa - Bde DEAL .Y '-L99 Llftle Coqcim Sfffs -Cane KECR f xL,oynerSPCCi0.ln .Tag SENIOR ACTIVITIES enior Class Play The Senior Class, divided into two casts presented the three-act comedy, "A Ready Made Family" on April 16th and 17th. Agnes Martyn, a widow on vacation, met an old sweetheart, Henry Turner, a widowerg and they became engaged. Neither told the other of the children at home: three in one household and two in the other. The youngsters, having heard of the big surprise, became antagonistic to the marriage and planned to upset the matri- monial applecart by acting their worst before their prospective stepparents. After spells of baby talk, fits of epilepsy, kleptomaniac actions, and persistent talk of an operation, Henry emerged victorious and the "kids" accepted their new parents. Agnes Martyn Bob Martyn Marilee Martyn Gracie Martyn Miss Lydia Henry Turner Doris Turner Sammie Turner Begonia Nocodemus THE CAST JoAnn Kramer Lynn Catt Becky Patterson Kay VanOsdol Ivanna Farlow Pat Wolf Linda Winkler David Mann Jane Kemple Bob Cooley Diane Stout Bob Baker Carol Buchanan Kay VanOsdol Rosemary Miller Jack Webb Fay VanOsdol Jim Emmons Jane Kemple Bob Cooley Senior Trip Saturday morning May 2nd, the seniors left for an eight day trip to Washing- ton and New York City. The first night was spent in Pittsburgh. Sightseeing in Washington kept us busy until noon of May 5th. We journeyed on to New York and spent an enjoyable three days seeing the Statue of Liberty, Radio City, the United Nations Building and Manhattan Island. Visits to New York's stores, restaurants and theaters resulted in much pleasure. New freindships, slumber parties, pillow fights, and midnight snacks will be long remembered by the Seniors of '59. JU IORS My-S, Win R. James M. Maple B. Beckner J. Twigg President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Mr. Wilt J. Doddridge B. VanOsdo1 J. Seitz B. Heath J. Hull E. Goode M. Hill H. Burris B, Dalyrmple C. Offutt R. Linville J. Veatch P. Van Scyoc S. Beebe 13 , :V,. di . ,-: K SCJPHGMO RES K . Steffey Vice-President Mr. Potts C. Patterson President J. Thr-all A. Irvine J. Binder t S. Whipple P. Kemple V. Long G. Linville L. Kennedy E. Van Scyoc Absent when pictures were taken: Tommy Swain S. Miller A. Addison Secretary Treasurer C . Henby S. Miller A. Beckner N. Gowdy U .H BIG ??e?---Q Wh: wlggfs .Fi X"'!f QQSQQWI xk,'Bse?, XVWQQ i' r2's C.ynL'hm- 27? 7 g tl! pOYN'6 C0-Ke lt, 50 hard fl Vi 11 Z : ,,, 1 P 5 ii Q: x2 "New Actions gf " ,jak mu'-vt ,icQ1i l"'f9 X KlWflQf3 Going Oni' Ou.r ,L OIVECLOF ' O Hey JQCKI Dorff, 90 I away Mari I 'u.Si vzuvo. , FRESHME Mr. John B. Kramer V. Hendershott S. Stout P. Vacok President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer E, Vandeventer J. Readle V. Linville L. Webster D. Schondelmayer t C, Truner J. Winkler A. Burris S. Ward T. Tucker M. Starkey G. Chrisman V. Cloudus L. Moore J. Moore Absent when pictures were taken: Sandra Pitts, Mary Lou Van Duyn. , A as A , 4 mg , K' ' --" ' ' ,, 5 - ff if ' L X A l . PM 2 'lg :iz .11 W-, . :-x . ' - I - 59: 'el , 11 ' FN Mrs. Kuhn K. Davis E. Wooten G. Whipple L. Hill " ' J Q -- S l i., ' L . -' X 1 z 1 ' - . J. Parks S. Benson M. Beckner R. Addison P. Schondelrnayer K if llee A A A 1 'PP' elel , . P. ' .. ,..5v,, ' ,-' .. B gh- K K lhlf . N A ' , L 1 el J. Smith P. Dalrymple J, Henby S. Addison B. Kramer . . 5 QL: kkkk F , kk: , . ,W M k ..,. ...,..., M, .. ., A b ie K .I hrkk K i V... iff: A A i 4, .1-,?.t?3 b sn.. , Q ' -- ', P w wf-'H 1 A A L it" 2122 ff' if ' .4 . W e-ix? . A. Burris C. Maple V. Irvine L. Nelson F. Hill EIGHTH it 2 A? 5. 1 'ff 1 an X ,. A in Ss, ai.. lf. R 53? , .30 H 51 We x f . A. is Myers J. Davis 9 ' fl i U X V XJR. ' 7 E315 ' .-k-. ??I?'H'5: E . Beckner .K A R Jail xx A f S. E Macy YS ' ,ff I I ' J Wolf B Farlow SEVENTH Mp, Clements C. Bitner D. VanOsdo1 J. Ronan i 4 1 j C. Davis W. Kemple M. James J. Baker R. Higgins D. Nelson F. Jones B. Hampton A Wooten J Wells F Renegar P L1nv111e ',,. W . N. Goode A. Chrisman A. McFatridge D. Walke 1 M. Kennedy S. Sunman 4 2 N ' 1 J. Catt S . Thompson SIXTH Mrs. Kessler M. Goode K. Norris A. Kramer D. Kramer J . Irvine B . Hammond H . Mull C 'NTA1,-.-U. L K ' 5' --""'f"" f .Q C. Wicker D. Mann L. Macy F. Fancher M- Macy i J. Tucker E, Kennedy M. Wainscott T. Steffey D. Readle J, Kernple R, Cline J, Burris H. McFatridge L. Hendershott Absent when pictures were taken: Robert Hammond, Harry Smith, James Hawkins, Pamela Swain, Kenneth Thompson. i TX YKIAAH Q My iiffn- Z F 1 gigs' -M. 1 J, wg! L. A .... , ,X ,. si: 5251121 'X A up ,sw W Q-" ,yi f' Y- " ' , L AW www: A .Ni is 'Qvlfw N' , Am 15, ff 1-uf E k AA.. sievx -WMS? 'N 1 . , My , , N asa? is Q I v if -fm ,, Q I Q s NZ' , 13223 V +- : 1 531 5 Q if A? Q .W ii" ww m THIRD M. Stout B. Kuhn J. Hannigan P. Merritt K. Hammond Mrs. Macy M. Linville N. McMichael V M. Rumple R . Montgomery EPMI . xt- :lr . ' 4 R, Chrisman P. Hamilton P. Anderson P. Buchanan M. Cox Absent when pictures were taken: Jeffrey Hawkins, Marilyn Vakoc. .1.,-.l SECOND Mrs. Addison D. Mitchell M. Potts A. Ronan D. Schrier R. Springrnan S. Johnson D. Linville D. Bosham F. Lee M. Norris S. Swain B. Higgins K. Linville D. Grinstead R. Rigsbee P. Alexander M. Steward M. Fancher G. Cooley T 'Dwar ,T Davlzc J 1 ff. . " i. if 1 - n 13.51 .xi ."-M ,Z ' Q wi' 'Ti' J Q' ' f .., if W .Q ,wt :X 1 i E vs. 1 rn 'N-I -...assi 5 X Mrs. Pitts G. Beckner FIRST i .5 A ia, M 1.5 . ,3.g.:vg w +- .45 ' 7 'if Sy. X L. Hutchinson K. Steffey R. Kramer -ik. gi 1. ,,, , y In A' i x .5 ...... J J " ' ig .J or Q g A A in? . VLLZ i . . , . ii ir. . i9 ,A i1f,L.,"' ,'-Qffjlg 3 1253. 0 ' fi-L s. fV '-'I-li-1' !If'fi?f:5'.- 'K . . K K X 1A sh rg? V A khkry - A 1 :Q ,Sim Air' ' im.: ,,-I5 T' fs .:', .fig U' , S ETL Q' 'I 5 " "ff3'S2:. J . Cox J . James 5 V . . . e H A,: 5 Q..'. Milfs? 1, J 1 2 , - , m m . . . h J. Logan C. Johnson M. Dyer G. Workman 'ff' f Ja C. Burris E. Hannigan Absent when pictures were taken: Eliza 9 Q J." 'OE' , Q 1- W: 4 S ,lv wa H if ik H ... -L ' 1 poafnfi f i E vH"f"" ' , ms ' E. Rumple C. Stout J. Sullivan L. Irvine P. Swain D, Ward f AE 1 'S sl" Q , B r 5 . V , . .hqq I .h Q ,S ' M .fl s x 'X J. Israel M. Kuhn M, Kuhn 2 :A I J m r S M B. Lord K. Vakoc beth Hammond, Jack Hawkins. ROW ONE: J. Kemple, K. Norris, R. Addison, A. Addison, K. Steffey, S. Benson. ROW TWO: J. Emmons, S. Addison, W. Kemple, S. Nelson, M. Kennedy, T. Steffy T. Swain, E. Kennedy, H. Mull, B. VanOsdo1, C. Wicker, J. Kramer, G. Chrisman J. Kemple, B. Patterson, J. Hull. ROW THREE: C. Offutt, B. Cooley, R. James, M Beckner, S. Sunman, E. Wooten, D. Woods, H. McFatridge, E. Beckner, P. Kemple, B. Beckner, J. Sietz, A. McFatridge, B. Heath, C. Patterson, P. Swain, D. Walke, C Buchanan, J. Veatch. ROW FOUR: J. Twigg, J. Thrall, A. Bechner, D. Clements, T. Tucker. J 1 BA D OFFICERS President ..... Jimmy Emmons Vice-President . . . Jo Ann Kramer Secretary-Treasurer. Jane Kemple Librarian ....... Janet Veatch IUNIOR BAND FIRST ROW: D. Mann, E. McFatridge, S. Wooten, J. Hawkins. SECOND ROW A. Wooten, J. Tucker, F. Jones, M. McFatridge, K. Beckner, M. Ward, K. Chris- man, R. Cline, H. Smith, J. Sullivan, S. James, E. McMichael, C, Bitner, M Steward. THIRD ROW: S. Bitner, J. Ronan, F. Fancher, M. Wainscott, D. Readle D. Clements, F. Renegar, S. Boucher, K. Wainscott, S. Price. MAJORETTES M. James, S. Sunman, B. Dalyrmple, R. Pat- terson, S. Benson. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Beck- ner, S. Sunman, E. Wooten. CORNET TR O LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Swain, C. Patterson, C. Buchanan, J. Veatch. CORN ET TRIO LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Ben- son, J. Hull, K. Steffey, B. Patterson. SAXOPHCNE QUARTET LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Offutt, B. Cooley, R. James. CLARINET QLIARTET BRASS QUARTET FRONT ROW Left to Ri ht , E I C. Offutt, B. Cooley. SEC- OND ROW: J. Emmons, B. Beckner. TROMBONE TRIO LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Em- mons, W. Kemple, S. Addison. WOODWIND ENSEMBLE FRONT Row, Left to Right Steffey, A. Addison. S. Benson, J. Hull. SEC- OND ROW: R. Addison, K F. F. A. JUNIOR STUDIO BAND SFNIOR STUDIO BAND I I ali VOCALIST ..,... ,u SHOP Don't stand and stare at Pat you boysg get busy! Watch those fingers Pat! SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS Who's the Booties for Bonnie? Watch those fingers Brenda! How is the Feed Sacks coming Ivanna and Sharon? We don't know what you're do- ing But It will never work! Bus DRIVERS W Terry Wooten, Marlin Benson, Wilburn Ward, Virgil Parks, and Freddie Mann. Fritz Patterson became bus driver when Virgil Parks assumed the responsibities of Trustee. TWINS l Q Kay and Fay Jerry and Larry Delbert and Albert Karen and Carol Marleen and Michael RAMBLER STAFF Jim Emmons . . . . .... Editor Fay VanOsdo1 .......... Typist Ivanna Farlow ....... Art Manager Rosemary Miller. . Layout Mat Manager JoAnn Kramer .... Business Manager Steve Kennedy ....... Sports Editor David Mann . . Advertising Sales Assistant Bob Baker: ....... Activities Editor Lynn Catt ......... Social Editor Jane Kemple ...... Alumni Manager Bob Cooley . . Advertising Sales Manager Diane Stout ......... Photographer Becky Patterson .......... Typist Carol Buchanan . . .... Co-Editor Jack Webb . . . . Sales Manager Pat Wolf .... . . Class Editor Linda Winkler . . . . . Proof Reader Kay VanOdse1 . . . Alumni Assistant COOKS LORAINE BUCHANAN "Chief" ALTA GARDNER "AsS't. Chief" CAFETERIA WQRKERS KEMP LE BURRIS WINKLER JAMES BUCHANAN WOLF I. FARLOW F. VANOSDOL S. WHIPPLE C . HENBY L. KENNEDY N. GOWDY VARSITY BACK ROW: Coach, Norman Morrisg Student Manager, Jimmy Emmonsg Steve Kennedy, Bob Cooley, Bill Beckner, Jack Webb, Pat Wolf, Jerry Thrall, Jerry Binder, Sammy Miller, David Mann, Bob Baker, Student Manager, Johnny Twigg, Alan Beckner. FRONT ROW: Cheerleaders, Becky Patterson, Kathy Steffy, Cynthia Patterson, and Jane Ann Kernple. KKBII BACK ROW: Student Manager, Jimmy Emmons, Jimmy Readle, Phil Kemple, Jere Seitz, Jerry Thrall, Bill Beckner, Richard James, Tom Swain, Eddie Vandeventer, Coach, William Wilt. FRONT ROW: David Schondelmayer, Everett Van Scyoc, Bob Kramer, Jerry Winkler, Gerry Chrisman, Tommy Tucker, Virgil Hendershott, Student Manager, Alan Beckner. I sw . L, A KLLA W My. wg X wmv W -ffm M s :mb ,fm -gf, afiffsgis 5 H .E r s Ziff? 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Beckner, B. Beckner, J. Seitz, T. Swain, D. Mann, S. Miller, E. Vandeventer, B. Baker,J. Twigg. THIRD ROW: N. Morris, J. Emmons, J. Webb, P. Wolf, B. Cooley, R. James, J. Binder, W. Wilt. JUNIOR HIGH VARSITY ZND T EAM FIRST ROW: M, Beckner, A. lVIcFatridge, W Kemple, E. Beckner. SECOND ROW J. Parks, R. Higgins. THIRD ROW: S Sunman, K. Davis, S. Benson, L. Nelson, S. Addison, W. Wilt. V. Irvine, E. Wooten, J. Wolf, B. Kramer, FIRST ROW: J. Baker, F. Jones P. Schondelmayer, P. Dalyrmple SECOND ROW: K. Beckner, S. Nel- son, F. Hill, J. Tucker, D. Kramer THIRD ROW: S. Sunman, A. Kramer V. Irvine, W. Wilt, R. Higgins, K Davis, S. Benson. BA KETBALL We They We They Triton 60 61 Morton 51 48 Morristown 81 66 Carthage 59 43 Straughn 73 71 St. Paul 68 70 Mays 74 65 Clarksburg 59 48 Milroy 82 54 Lewisville 55 73 New Salem 52 65 Waldron 51 58 Carthage 85 90 New Palestine 54 79 Manilla 58 44 Spiceland 57 61 Charlottesville 68 61 Alquina 75 53 County Tourney Sectional Tourney New Salem 59 64 Charlottesville 70 68 Manilla 60 57 Rushville 68 77 All County Selections All Sectional Selections Steve Kennedy Steve Kennedy Bob Cooley Players Goals Per Foul Per Total Avg. Times No. of Cent Shots Cent Points Fouled Games Out Cooley 142-381 .370 106-166 .640 390 17 8111 3 22 Kennedy 121-341 .360 122-154 .790 364 21 7117 5 17 Binder 80-211 .375 51-75 .680 210 9 6111 6 22 Thrall 57-150 .380 18-39 .470 136 6 415 0 20 Miller 49-152 .320 17-23 .740 115 5 5122 0 22 Baker 35-146 .240 42-82 .510 113 5 3122 4 22 Wolf 21-86 .240 28-46 .600 70 4 2117 5 17 Beckner 5-21 .240 3-11 .275 13 2 315 0 5 Webb 0-10 . 000 6-10 . 600 6 617 1 7 Mann 1-4 . 250 1-2 . 500 4 213 0 6 Second Team Games Triton 23 39 Morton 38 32 Morristown 26 3 1 Carthage 59 43 Straughn 30 28 St. Paul 34 35 Mays 43 28 Clarksburg 29 22 Milroy 45 23 Lewisville 42 36 New Salem 41 35 Waldron 24 45 Carthage 38 51 New Palestine 32 36 Manilla 24 37 Spiceland 28 41 Charlottesville 27 36 Alquina 53 32 The Arlington basketball team proved their ability to play ball in the sectional tourney. They won their first two thrilling games by close margins. In the final game of the tourney, although they were beaten by Rushville, the Wildcats played excellently. They came within three points of the Lions four times during the last half of the game. The Arlington fans were very proud of their team and its coach. 'I' Steve Kennedy - 1000 Point Club August September 19- October 20- 23- November December Dec. 25-Jan. January February 12- 25- March April 16- May School Calendar School starts Senior Car Wash Fish Fry School Pictures Senior Chest X-ray Land Judging Contest 8th Grade Class Party Senior Class Party Junior Play, "Stop the Wedding" Yell Leader Election Freshman Class Party Senior Pictures Teacher's Association High School attends I. U. Football Game 7th Grade Class Party Sophomore Class Party Triton Basketball Game Senior Ham Supper Morristown Basketball Ga.me Straughn Basketball Game Mays Basketball Game Livestock Judging Contest Milroy Basketball Game New Salem Basketball Game Produce Show and Achievement Program Carthage Basketball Game Manilla Basketball Game Charlottesville Basketball Game Christmas Program Christmas Vacation Morton Basketball Game Seniors entertained for P. T. O. County Tourney Carthage Basketball Game St'. Paul Basketball Game Clarksburg Basketball Game Vocal and Piano Contest County Spelling Bee Contest Solo and Ensemble Contest Waldron Basketball Game Junior High Tourney New Palestine Basketball Game County Sweetheart Dance-Linda Winkler A H S Contestant Spiceland Basketball Game State Solo and Ensemble Contest Sectional Tourney Poultry Judging Contest Basketball Supper Rush County Band Festival Senior Sock Hop Dairy Judging Contest Band Contest Senior Play, Ready-Made Family Band Concert Senibrs Leave on Trio You Lucky People, Seniors Come Baccalaureate Commencement School's Out Back NAME Richard James . . . Jere Seitz . . . . . Sharron Beebe . . . . Emanuel Goode Patty Van Scyoc Carole Offutt . . . . . Janet Veatch . . . . Bill Beckner . . . . Marjorie Hill .... . Betty Van Osdol STOP THE WEDDI CHARACTER Mayor Wilson . Bill Jones Verna Wilson . . Clarence Maggie Jones Lorie Wilson Kristin Jones . Brisselbean . . . . Susan .....Pat The Junior Class presented their play, "Stop The Wedding", October 9th and 10th with Mr. and Mrs. Wilt as directors. NAME Johnny Twigg. . Jeanie Hull . . . Max Maple . . . Bonnie Heath . . . Jack Doddridge . Brenda Dalrymple Ronnie Linville . . Harlan Burris . Harlan Burris . Ronnie Linville . . CHARAC TE R .......Oscar . . . .Dean Dibble Captain Henderson Snow-In-The-Face . . . . . Minister . . . Mrs. Cooney . .Police Officer . . . . . AMarine . . . . AFireman . Navy Lieutenant The return of "Popcorn" Jones from the navy on the day of Lorie's wedding starts a series of gay events that includes stopping the wedding, the arrival of a crate of monkeys, the advent of an Eskimo from Alaska, and the taking over of the Mayor' s office. But the last straw comes when the students of the local college take over under the direction of "Popcorn" and plan to overthrow the politicians, of whom His Honor, the Mayor, reigns supreme. However, the Mayor had a plan of his own and carried it out on the day of Lorie and Popcorn's wedding through the use of a record player. The characters were well portrayed, and the play was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. "Popcorn Darling" "Yes, YES" "Let me out of here" 1906 Zula Addison Houston Gernie Swain? Roy Swain Flossi Addison? Ralph Munden? 1907 Mossilene Hester Swain Leslie Allender 1908 J. C, Bagley 1909 Ethel Alexander Tribby? Grace Shaffer Sullivan Mabel Linville Leasure? 1910 Ethel Northam Hufferd? Gladys Gardner Drake John Hufferd? Albert Reddick Edmond Foust? Clark Offutt Lesner Allender 1911 Chester Northam Eunice Gardner Hardin? Goldie Shaffer Beckner? Frank Gardner? Vida Swain Beckner? 1912 Blanche Spencer Bogue Eston Macy Darst Beckner? Oneta Macy Richardson Maud Spencer? 1913 Margaret Edwards Swain Leland Gardner? Edith Hardin Higgins LUM I 1914 Jennie Macy Graham Zeno Hodge? Ralph Hufferd? Nellie McMichael Hardin Everett Hester 1915 Elizabeth Nelson Cephart? Clara Sunman Addison Mary Woods Dearinger Nellie Woods Rose? Beatrice Bagley Foster 1916 Omer McKibben Effie Offutt Bagley Thomas Saunders Della Hufferd Orme Mae Garner McKibben Arthur Conaway Emma Posey Six Mary Conaway Gaylor Everard Johnson? 1917 Clarence Northam Edna Hardin Ewing Mary Northam Hester Lillian Lee Junken Lillian Jorden Nelson? Melvin Woods? Weldon Beckner Swain Barnard Charles Sullivan? Daniel Merrill? 1918 Leon Stanley Wilmer Blanton Wallace Brown Charlotte Tribby Downey 1919 Wilma Newman Andrews Fon Miller Blanche Hardin Miller Edna McMichael Dooley Nola Barnard Linville Oren Veatch Thomas McCoy 1920 Vivian Hinton McCloskey Alta Lee Jordan Lorrayne Kennedy Gephard? Mable Mitchell Phillips Dale Ronan Tom Hufferd Mildred Woods Hyatt Emma Allison Benner 1921 Stella Irvine Souders? Nina Seward Taylor Russel Macy Roxy Kuhn Long? Iris Gardner Frasca Velma Ronan Fisher Arnold Birt 1922 Denning Nelson? Nelda Arnold Mohr Marie Alsman Schumeman William F. Marshall Donald Birt Mildred Casterine Sullivan Lee Mitchell Florence Shaffer Cooley Dwight Beckner Mable Lee Whitman Lowell Offutt? 1923 William Barnard Ernest Beckner Marjorie Winslow Cherry Ruth Arnold Dyer Mary Sharpe Hill Kathryn Readle Hufferd George McCoy Auvie Ruff Roe Lowell Poer 1924 Everett Sunman LaVaughn Hardin Mae Addison James Francis Readle Zelda Hutchinson Offutt Maud Woods Paul Kennedy Mary Barnard Enyart Celia Kelso Pittenger Constance Noble Pearl Macy Helen Downey Beckner? Anna Ridlen Oldham Harlan Lee 1925 Margaret Bitner Seitz Veva Seward Fisher Donald Price Jesse Woods Alta Tweedy Miller Worth Brown? Juanita Brown Morgan Russell Beckner Pauline Macy Schwartz Louise Enis Edwin Stark Owen Gowdy Grace Addison Newhouse 1926 Stanley Williams Lowell Ritter Virgil Ronan Lucille Nigh Wall Joseph MCC oy't Raymond Overleese Mary Baldridge Williams Beryl Wicher Kennedy Harold McFatridge Leota Ritter Crim Ruth Ramsey Wilson 1927 Helen Collins Bagwell Herman Bundy? Cedric Carwein? Opal Bundy Gergusonif Frank Downey Howard Haywood Miriam Woods McDaniel Mary Bird Heath Florence Houston Kemple Merle Kemple Hugh Kennedy Opal Ennis Readle Marlin Sharpe 1928 John Barnard Phyllis Noble Hill Roy Kennedy T, S. Macy A John McDaniels Paul Miller Vivian Northam Ritter Kathryn Marshall Stark Virgil Thomas 1929 Carl Carwein Marguerite Addison Daubenspeck Marceille P . Henby Lavern Houston Fred Gufferd Marjorie Macy Iverson Evelyn Wicker Kemple Wilbur Mann Graydon McFatridge Darrel Ronan Howard Tribbey? La Vaughn Ryse Mix Helen Edwards Sunman 1930 Alta Addison Irvin Bitner Marguerite McDaniel Farlow Muret Frazier Marshall Gardner Wilna Woods Gardner Evelyn Kemple Beggs Max Long Crystal Macy Joy Downey Randall James Rigdon Clyde Rucker Merle Stout Fred Thomas Frank Tribbey Eileen Macy Thorburg Cyrus Winkler 1931 Franklin Addison Mary Marshall Addison Ora L. Addison Marjorie Tribbey Beaver Earl Carwein Bevan E. Dearinger Howard Earnest Floreine Sharpe Haywood Mary Bitner Hester Wilna Tribby Moore Vera Hauk Kehl Constance Pierce Schwartz Helen Long Warfuelft Samuel Webster Max Williamson Eileen Barker 1932 Laurel Gardner Bradburn Rhoda Rigdon Brewer Ruby McConnell Lockwood Opal Bogue Cooley Wayne Price Catherine Macy Omer Richey Mary Houston Ryan 1933 Bill Guy Addison Anna Louise Corn Bitner-'P Spencer Bogue Dallas Earnest Gail Ging Robert Gosnell Helen Beaver Hardin Paul Joyner? Tommie McConnell Mary Stout Myers Miriam Peirce Rhodes Frances Winkler Rucker Howard Stout? Gilbert Tinsley 1934 June Fancher Ball Lois Carwein Beckner Jean Brown Goslinft Bernice McMichael Deainger Beatrice Draper Kenneth Earnest Morris Kendrix Ermadell Eaton Boyer James Kemple Howard McMichael Janice Downey Renegar Frank Riddlen Hazel Marshall Ritter William Ryse Louise Nelson Herberg Thomas Webster Mary Ellen McDaniel 1935 Carl Adams? Tommie Alexander William H. Beckner Willetta Winkler Beckner Byron Bitner Maribel Marshall Coates Nellie McCloskey William T. Hufferd Fred E. Lee Caroline Macy Linville Margaret Richey Mclntyre Charles W. Nigh Maribel Readle Maross Ralph Ritter Kathryn Earnest Swain Wendell Tribbey Ferald Ward Mary A. Dearinger Ward Helen Maple Wilson Marjorie Gahimer Van Scyoc 1936 William F. Catt Bueford C. Downey Claribel Dyer King Floyd Glenndenning McConnell Lloyd Gosnell Gladys Steele Kemple Ruth Richey Mitchell Edwin Northam Charles Ryse Kathryn Beaver Smith John W. Swain Norma Haehl Walke 1937 Virginia Bennet Kathryn Stout Blanton Maxine Kennedy Darmer Edna Downey McFatridge'l' Wayne Draper Helena Dyer Brown John Paul Essex Robert Earnest Francis Fancher Mary Steele Fancher Marjorie Houston Richard G. Cecil Roscoe Newhouse Dorothy Sharpe Norris Doris Winkler Northam Thelma Ryse King Russell Siders Dorsey Slain Delphia Collins Smith Loretta Tribby Guffin Albert Jack Wedding Helen Drake Wilson 1938 Nadine Tinsley Bogue Fern Brown Pearson James Cadwallader, Jr. John E. Coffin Robert Macy Ralph McFatridge Evelyn Newhouse Russell Northam, Jr. Zelda Drake Patterson Dorothy Richey Carlos Tribbey Maxine Lee Van Osdol Marjorie Ray Wagner Wilburn Ward 1939 George Ball Norma Fancher Brown Wilfred Catt Maurice Coffin Betty Colestock Eloise Ging Davis Donald Drake Lloyd Dyer Gene Long Juanita Winkler Long Lowell -Nelson Pharaba Slain Nichols Charles W. Northam Fritz Patterson Earl Robbins Maxine Swain Wilson Jean Gardner Vandeventer Frances Jean Woods 1940 Norman Alexander Phyllis Beckner Wilt John Brugge Virginia Stout Catt Carl Gaylor Marjorie C. Johnting Howard Hauk, Jr. Leroy Hauk John W. Hester Hubert Hufferd Marcella Downey Kalp Norma Alsman King Jenny G. Leisure Bernadine Macy Philips Carson Jean McMichael? Bert Redden, Jr. Alfred Rigsbee Harold Stark Edwin Wedding Robert Demunbrum 1941 John Downey Luster Gaylor Roscoe Ging Doris Coffin Hamilton Frances Miller Hardin Rosemary Northam Johnson Robert Hyatt Eugene Kemple Jack Long Marcelia Hutchinson Maxe June McMichael Crisman Ralph Mohler, Jr. Arnold Parks Betty Heifner Reuille Dale Siders Robert Woods 1942 Kathleen Alsman Callahan Francis Dyer Clyde Fisher Robert Cadwallader Beulah Jordan Lord Edwin Macy Joe Macy? Mildred Jordan Merritt Roy McDaniel Helen Sanders Anabel Starks Walter Lee Swain Mary Stout Swain Melvin Tinsley Ann T. Brown Jean Wicker Miller 1943 Betty Kemple Atkins Janet Coffin Justus Betty McDaniel Eunice Adkins Sparks Robert Enos Loretta Six Rosaline Newhouse Ramsey Pauline Addison Kemple Norma Shockency Rigsbee Sarah Six Sprigman Sylvia Noble Stalker Lova Ward Wooten Leota Robbinson Stevens James R. Hamilton Jesse Bob Nelson David Gurley, Jr. Robert Stout Elmer McMichael, Jr. Forrest McMichael Thelma Macy Riley John H. Rigsbee Bernard Hoff, Jr, Robert Gaylor Charles Greenupft Vernon Parks Carl M. Hutchinson Vernon Riley, Jr. Lucille Moore Woods 1944 Dorothy Adkins Ora Callahan Helen Muden Cameron Thelma Colestock Wilma J. Cobb Roe Florine Christian Logsdon Alta Downey Wainscott Kellas Drake James Geise John Heifner Barbara Hyatt Miller Norman McCloskey Richard Northam Jeanne Sparks Ridout William Ross 1945 Louise Adkins Piles H. Ray Anderson, Jr. Ester Dearinger Bateman Morris Gardner Laura Hester Dean E. Hodge Betty Jo Hoff Sarah Hoff Clemadine Hutchinson Barnard Ellena Myers Margery Orme Drake Edith Tribby Rouse Raymond Keith Wicker 1946 Donald Bright Morris Fisher Harold Logan Billy Long Carole Moore Rigsbee Lowell McMichael Opal Reynolds Dalrymple Clara Rigsbee Rodebaush Katherine Ross Ellison Bill Schmauss Tom Stapp Roberta Stark James Tulz George Wedding 1947 Lois Mitchell Anderson Beatrice Coffin Johnson Evelyn Hill Cole Rema Nelson Cotton Leatha Carwein Starrett Rose Marie Orme Gordon Eileen Gardner Lutton John W. Nelson Robert L. Rouse John Shauck Robert Veatch John Winslow Joseph Swain 1948 Verlin Fisher Virlin Goforth Malcom Fancher Robert Williams Myron Hyatt Richard Thrall Richard Oldham Charlotte R. McCarty Ruth Logan Osborn Billy Wilkes Noel Callahan Phillip Cherry Marvin Beckner Donavan Kennedy Romona Noble Lewis 1949 Franklin Henby Margorie Henby Santoro Donald Hill Patricia Long McClurg Elizabeth Moore Smith Kathleen Orme McJunkin Martha Stultz Johnson Raymond Turner Miriam Wedding Hultquist Lavon Wilkes Una Clarkson Harlan? Mary E. Rigsbee White Marion Beckner Thomas Hinton 1950 Billie Mitchell Mary Ritter Thrall Clark Goforth Jane Martain Werking John Newhouse, Jr. Kathleen Williams Hine Marvin Beckner Bonnie Mitchell Jackie Love Earl Noble Mary Louise Mitchell John Reynolds Josephine Davis Reyn Robert Beckner William Moore Wanda Newhouse Liggett Glenn Stout 1951 Carolyn Wicker Callahan Joan Gardner Williams Gene Clarkson Mary Elizabeth Addison Paul Enyart, Jr. Revenna Hunt Davis Max Fancher Christine Adkins Self Robert Coffin Marlene Moore Wesling 1952 Ira Turner Mona Robbins McDaniel Ruby Gowdy Sheppard John W. Nelson Kathleen Goforth John O. Moore Rosalyn Heath Webb James Maple James Wagner Larry Tucker Marilyn Miller McMichael Mike Wolf 1953 Helen Rouse Montani Philip Stultz Theodore Wagner Robert Stout John West Helen Logan Perkins James Whipple Virginia Bright Wesling Peggy Hill Wycliff Randal Hinton Robert Buck, Jr. 1954 Lula Nelson Kuhn Garth John Richard Heath Roxie Earnest Reuman Martha J. Tucker Branson Ray King Betty King Jackson June Posey Patricia Kennedy Meyers James Martin Bob Fancher Shirley Bailey Porter Richard Moore Arlene Maple Spence Roberta Rnegar Pratt Colleen Moore Wesley 1955 Jeannie Van Osdol Betty Heath Long Ruth Ann Turner Priscilla A, Offutt Martin Rodger Young Norman L. Winkler Ronald L. Coffin Ronald E. Rucker Ronald L. Haywood Glenn R. Orme Calvin Eugene Wagner Lawrence William Cherry Willis Edward Ronan David E. Henby 1956 Judy Love Haywood Betty Carol Cooley Anita Haywood Orme David Fansler Norma Hunt Cull Elaine Wilson John Sandra Kennedy Howe Marilyn Kramer Phyllis Schrier Snider Lossie Bailey Charles Kemple Bill Sunman Fred Earnest Janet Binder Earnest 1957 Paul Richard Joyner Ralph J. Kramer Sandra Webster Heck Caroline Burris Warren Nelson Lloyd Gates Kennedy Robert Olen Beach Lynda Pitts Betty Hauntz Burkhart AUTGGRAPHS Lynn Turner Harold Maple DelMonte Wagner Alma Noble Gwendolyn Moore Carolyn Ritter Ronan 1958 Bonnie Rucker Parks Lawrence Parks Philip L. Hester Florence A. Parks Stephen Wooldridge Ethel M. Vantyle Jon K. Fansler Janet Heath Donna K. Joyner Joy Irvine Rosemary Henby Phyllis Logan Joyce Mann William Smith JoAnn Binder -1. , ., - 1 ML. , , 1 A ,, n T X v I 1 ' L, Lum., T , ,. , ,, .. Ya,-. M , ,. , 71 "N, - " f MQK , .., M ,E I I . v "2 ' . r fl 1 v L51 flu x, .,,. ' "Fi 1 4. 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INDIANA Rush ounty National ank Member Federal Reserve System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAIN OFFICE - RUSHVILLE, INDIANA GLENWOOD BRANCH - GLENWOOD. INDIANA Fine Photography Record Shop CHAFEE STUDIO Broadway Exchan SHELBYVILLE. INDIANA BAUSBACH FERTILIZER CU R. R. 44 HELBYVILLE, INDIANA RUSH COUNTY FARM BUREAU CORPORATION Farm Supplies Feed Mixing LINGTON - MAYS - I-IOMER - RUSHVILLE ROY KEN N EDY'S ABATTOIR Custom Slcrughiering Curing - Smoking ocessing for Free ers Phone 2-29 LINGTON. INDIANA Compliments oi ORIGINAL TRACTOR CAB CO., INC. Phone 4 ARLINGTON. INDIANA HUTCHINSON 8. SON Grain - Seed - Feed - Coal - Fertilizer Phone 3804 ARLINGTON. INDIANA SCHAEKEL'S COMMUNITY GROCERY Low Prices Everyday Phone 1 ARLINGTON. INDIANA Good Luck Wildcats 119 E. Third St. Phone 3484 M ' INDIANA Complete Cleaning Service RUSHVILLE, INDIANA BROWNING'S SHELL SERVICE lst and Main Compliments ot Open 24 HOUIS G00dYefIf Tires RUSH COUNTY R.E.M.C. RUSHVILLE. INDIANA Congratulations and the Best of Luck to the Graduating Class RUSHVILLE N ATIUN AL BANK The Oldest Bank in Rush County 1858 Q 1959 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Rf! X -I V R if I I XX 4 K0-WE-BA 5 'Meanslhe Bestffff ij KO-WE-BA MEANS THE BEST IN CANNED AND FROZEN FOODS SPORTSMAN'S STORE 1013 Grand Avenue CONNERSVILLE, INDIANA This is one oi Indiana's best stocked Sporting Goods Stores. Come in and look ai our merchandise. You'l.I be surprised at the large choice of quality merchan- dise economically priced. Lloyd E. Vail. Owner GWYNNEVILLE FEED AND SUPPLIES G INDIANA Compliments of GEORGE E. KING Veterinarian 205 West 3rd RUSHVILLE. INDIANA MARATHON PRODUCTS NOAH BROOKS Distributor RUSHVILLE. INDIANA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY MOSTER 8. SONS MORTUARY RUSHVILLE. INDIANA RUSHVILLE, INDIANA WAITE DRUGS Hwhen his Flowers Can., Dependable Prescription Service FORTNEY'S GREENHOUSE Kenneth Waite, R. H. 359 B Sixth S" Phone 2409 102 E. 7th Crt Main Phone 2408 RUSHVILLE' INDIANA RUSHVILLE. INDIANA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 8. LOAN ASSOCIATION 315 North Main Street RUSHVILLE, INDIANA R. E. NEFF FLOWERS LOWELL COOLEY ARLINGTON GARAGE General Repair Garage Phone 1-28 Residence Phone 3-28 ARLINGTON. INDIANA Compliments of JOYNER'S CAFE Home cooked Meals Loren Orme GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY ARLINGTON STATE BANK Phone 45 or 10-77 ARLINGTON, INDIANA Sandwiches - Home Baked Pies Cold Drinks ARLINGTON. INDIANA Superior Quality Feritlizer Bag - Bulk - Liquid R. W. JONES COMPANY ARLINGTON. INDIANA A Complete Floral Service We Telegraph Flowers A Successor to Worthington Gardens 130 E. 10th Street Phone 3228 RUS!-IVILLE. INDIANA JOANN'S HOME BAKERY Home Made Pies and Cakes Phone Arlington 41 Virgil and Ioann Parks ARLINGTON. INDIANA NELSON'S LUMBER AND HARDWARE CO. Phone 4-24 ARLINGTON. INDIANA Compliments of STATE BANK OF CARTHAGE CARTHAGE, INDIANA KlNG'S RESTAURANT Featuring Chicken and Shrimp CARTHAGE, INDIANA. FAIR LADY DRESS SHOP Toni Todd and Vicky Vaughn Dresses for Juniors We Give S :S H Green Stamps CARTHAGE INDIANA Compliments of HAMPTON MORTUARY CARTHAGE. INDIANA GEORGE B. MOORE 8. SONS Native Lumber Logan 5-4665 CARTHAGE INDIANA CARTHAGE JEWELERS Bulova-Watches--Elgin Quality - Prestige - Price Diamonds License Branch CARTHAGE INDIANA CHESTY POTATO CHIPS "The Food It's Fu.n to Eat" INDIANPOLIS. INDIANA Compliments ot WYATT MOORE MEMORIAL RUSHVILLE, INDIANA VAKOC MOTORS 1145 West 3rd Street Mercury - Edsel - Studebaker RUSHVILLE. INDIANA PITMAN-WILSON CO. Phannacists The Rexall Store Phone 2038 RUSHVILLE. INDIANA ABERCROMBIE .IEWELERS Phone 2649 RUSHVILLE, INDIANA DUSING CLEANERS For Those Who Care RUSHVILLE. INDIANA For the Best in Milk Products MEADOW GOLD MILK PRODUCTS New Castel - Phone 2443 Greensburg - Phone 36401 Connersville - Phone 425 Rushville - Phone 2335 For Good Grades of Coal and Fertilizers Also General Tmcking DON BERKEMEIER Phone 3027 or 2445 RUSHVILLE. INDIANA CARTHAGE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY CARTHAGE, INDIANA TWEEDY LUMBER CO. Since 1908 "Think of Lumber, Call These Numbers' LO. 5-5785 cmd 5-5645 CARTHAGE, INDIANA NORTH END GROCERY Open 7 Dcrys 8 - 9 Thos. M. Gonnan CARTHAGE, INDIANA PATTON'S I.G.A. Free Delivery Quality Groceries and Meats KNIGHTSTOWN, INDIANA RUBY'S CORNER MARKET Quality Meats Fresh Vegetables - Frozen Foods CARTHAGE. INDIANA CARTHAGE HARDWARE Complete Stock of Hardware and Paint Phone LO. 5-2485 CARTHAGE, INDIANA H. L. HENSLER Veterinarian, CARTHAGE, INDIANA HEIM Oll. CO.. Highest Quality Petroleum Products Phone LO. 5-4385 or Res. LO. 5-4615 CARTHAGE, INDIANA LEADBETTER PHARMACY Your Prescription Store Sodas - Lunch CARTHAGE, DIDIANA FRANK WILSON Good Clothes for Men and Boys RUSHVILLE, INDIANA CURTIS BROS. Furniture Television - Appliances Home Furnishings Sales Phone 3366 Service Phone 3183 RUSHVILLE, INDIANA STEVENS BROS. Men and Boys Clothes and Shoes 107-111 West 2nd Street RUSHVILLE, INDIANA 1 1 FRANK ALEXANDER GRAVEL CO. QUALITY BAKERY SHOP Sand - Gravel - Cement Blocks Phone 93-1 205 West 2nd Street L. V. HAUK MORRISTOWN. INDIANA Compliments of DR. O. B. CURRY MORRISTOWN, INDIANA BLUE BIRD RESTAURANT MORRISTOWN, INDIANA BROWN'S POULTRY MARKET Live and Dressed Poultry Wholesale cmd Retcril Phone 33211 U S. Road MGRRISTOWN, INDIANA E. L. FRAZIER MORTUARY Phone Rockwell 3-27ll MORRISTOWN. INDIANA MORRISTOWN ELEVATOR CO., INC. Mnnnmvonwn INDIANA HENDREN-FOSTER FURNITURE 3rd and Main RUSHVILLE. INDIANA Compliments of PUBLIC LIBRARY 130 West 3rd Street RUSHVILLE, INDIANA DAIRY QUEEN RUSHVILLE, INDIANA MILROY FROZEN FOODS Iohn B. Leising Phone 92115 MILROY, INDIANA HOMER LUMBER CO., INC. Phone 8101 - Arlington HOMER, INDIANA CARTER LANNING Most Complete Paint Store Paint - Wallpaper - Art Supplies 120 W. 3rd Phone 3225 RUSHVILLE, INDIANA Compliments ot RUSH COUNTY HATCHERY 101 N. Main Phone 2276 RUSHVILLE. INDIANA HOWELL BROS. Tire Recapping and Repairing Road Service Phone 3059 RUSHVILLE. INDIANA CALDWELL BROS. RUSHVILLE, INDIANA If It's an Auto Part - We Have It" Phone 3941 - 3942 FARMERS TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO Wm. S. Winship You'll Like our Low Prices 305 East Second Sued PATRONS Dr. R. C. McNabb Knightstown, Indiana Munden's Grocery , ......,.,.,.., Knightstown, Indiana Dr. William I. Meyer, Veterinarian . , . . t Rushville, Indiana Robin Lee Dress Shop . Knightstown, Indiana The Garment Cleaners . . . Kniqhtstown, Indiana Robert Heck .......... Morristown, Indiana 0. K. 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