Eden High School - Zephyr Yearbook (Greenfield, IN)
- Class of 1949
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We the Senlor Class of Eden Hlgh Qckool, dedicate
this, the nineteen hundred and forty nlne edation of the
Zephyr to Mrs Rutre Oneal She has been both patient
and kind in administering to our educational needs Her
abilities are far reaching, both 1n actual work and ef
fect Besides being head of the social sclence and Eng
lish departnents, she also takes time to coach cl ss
plays, direct the publication of our school paper, and
to supervise the making of our school yearbook In de
dicating this edition of the Zephyr to her, we sincerely
hope that we can convey our feeling of friendship, d
miratlon, and respect to her
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It was a lovely spring morning of April 8th, 1960, as I sat in my beauty shop
o Capital Avenue in Indianapolis, Indiana I sat there thinking of eleven years
ago and m Senior year in Eden High School A I sat wondering what had become
of my nine schoolmates the shop door opened and I arose to face a young woman who
was none other than my old schoolmate Susie Rash Susie told me she was a private
nurse but worked most of her time taking care of her husband and 16 months old son
We sat talking for a while and during the time we heard an ambulance go by
with sirens screaming Susie and I rushed out of the shop and down the street to
where a crowd was gathering Two cars had crashed together and several people
were hurt As we were standing there watching I noticed a young lady questioning
one of the uninjured passengers of the cars As I glanced more closely I dis-
covered it to be another schoolmate Kay Oneal She soon finished and as she
turned around I caught her attention She hurried over to us and told us she was
the chief reporter for the Chicago Tr1bune It seemed she had gained her goal in
life She said she was in Indianapolis covering a story for the Tribune when she
heard of the wreck It seems that two of the people who were hurt in the wreck
were fro Chicago
We walked back down the street to my shop and Kay phoned her story of the
wreck to Chicago We then decided we'd try to round up the other members of the
1949 graduating class and have a reunio Susie said she knew where Doris Alford
was, only now her name was Ward She had married another schoolmate Gene KShortyl
Ward in 1950 and was now the proud mother of three young boys She and Gene were
living on a large farm near Eden and Susie proceded to call them It had been
decided we'd meet at m home and Doris said if Effie would keep the boys she and
Gene would be there She also said she would get in touch with Earl Garriott who
was a veterinarian in Greenfield She said Earl was married and doing well in
I them put a call through to Fortville where Virginia Bennett lived and in-
vited her and her husband to our party She had married Gene Alfonte in June of
1950 and she was now the mother of a small boy and a five year old girl She said
she and Gene had planned to come to Indianapolis to a show that night but they
would gladly come to the party instead
The last phone call went to Shelbyville where Carolyn Snider lived Carolyn
was now Mrs Charles Monroe She was married in December of 1949 and had two
s all girls She answered the telephone and was very much surprised to hear fro
She said she and Charlie would be there if nothing stood in their way
Susie, Kay and I then got on a bus and went uptown to one of the biggest
Radio Technician Schools in Central America It was owned by Lester and Chester
Bedell We entered the school and found Chester and Lester both working hard at
their desks It seemed Chester was married and Lester was anticipating marriage
in July They both said they would be there, so Kay, Susie and I left and each
went to our separate home
Each member of the class and their wives, husbands and fiancee were at my
home at 7 30 Each member introduced their unknown members to the rest which in
eluded my husband who no one knew but Virginia
We had a wonderful time reminiscing of the days in Eden High School until
1 30 when everyone decided it was time to part But each member left with the
feeling that the 'good old days in Eden High School' will never be forgotten
By Kathryn Land
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Motto---- -- - Green but Growlng Carolyn Snider
Virginia Bennett Chester Bedell
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Glee Club 1
Glee Club Pianist 2,3,4
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Editor-in-Chief 4
Class President 4
Class Vice-President 1
Class Treasurer 2,3
County Music Festival 1,3
State Music Festival 4
Glee Club 1,2,3,1. '
Dramatics 2 3 4
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Extra Curricular Editor 4
Class Secretary l
County Musical Festival 1
Glee Club l,2,3,4
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Literary Editor 4
Class Secretary 2,4
County Music Festival 1,3
State Music Festival 4
Paper Staff High School Reporter 4
Baseball 3 4
Annual Staff Sports Editor 4
Paper Staff Reporter 4
Glee Club 1,4
Annual Staff Circulation Manager 4
Glee Club 3,4
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Extra Curricular Editor 4
Class President 3
Class Vice-President 4
Class Treasurer l
Cheer Leader 2
Paper Staff High School Reporter 4
Glee Club 2,3,4
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Typist 4
Class Treasurer 4
Class Secretary 3
County Music Festival 3
State Music Festival 4
Dramatics 3 4
Annual Staff Art Editor
Glee Club 1
Annual Staff Advertising Manager 4
Class President 1 2
Class Vice President 3
Glee Club 3
Sunshine Society 2,3,4
Annual Staff Composing Editor 4
Paper Staff Reporter 4
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In H377 we started up
we, the Senior Class,
We've worked together, and had much fun
And now, we're here at last.
Now, it won't be very long
Till we'll all go our ways,
And if we ever chance to meet,
We'll talk of NThe good old days.n
There were only four of us
When we started in,
But we've come and gone and come again
Until there are now ten.
We have always worked together,
And our teachers have been swell,
I don't believe there's another class
That has gotten along so well.
We've always looked forward to 49
The years have flown so fast,
It's very hard to realize
That this year is our last
Now that we have reached the top,
We really would like to express,
Our gratitude to our nAlma Mater
Good Old E H S
By Doris Alford
Started in high school
Class party at Greenfield saw nwilson
Class party at Pendleton rollerskating
Class party at Vlrginia Bennetts'
Received class sweaters
Opened noon concession stand
Ordered class rings
Received class rings
Class party at Indianapolis ice skating
Class play nWhere's Grandma U
Won stunt for Class Night
Junior and Senior New York Trip
Ordered class pins and com encement announcements
Received name cards
Class play WA Ready Made Family '
Class party at Indianapolis rollerskating
Received class pins
Class party at Virginia Bennetts'
Junior and Senior Chicago Trip
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We the Class of 1949, of Eden High School, Hancock Colmty, Indiana, being
of sound mind and disposing memory hereby declare this to be outlast will and
testament, hereby revoking an and all wills by us heretofore made.
ITEM lst: We direct all our petty expenses, debts and excess merchandise
to be duly paid and accepted by the class of 1950.
ITEM 2nd: We will to our loyal faculty, all x marked test papers, com-
positio s, and written assignments and all records of below B grades.
ITEM Brd: We bequeath to the general fund all excess money of our class
fund after all just debts and expenses are paid. .
ITEM 4th: We will to our beloved schoolmates the new stage curtain and
also the following personal possessions:
DORIS ALFORD, will my typing ability to Herbert Curry
VIRGINIA BENNETT, will my small figure to Joyce Lykins
CH STER BEDELL, will my mechanical ability to James Dunlavy
SUSIE RASH, will my curly hair to Glorine Olive
CAROLYN SNIDER, will my Sunshine Society job as president to some in-
EARL GARRIOTT, will m skating ability to Larry Jackson
KATHRYN LAND, will my talkativeness to Jo Springer
LESTER BEDELL, will my worries of art editor of 1949 annual to Bill
KAY ONEAL, will my freckles to Ruth Holliday
GENE WARD, will my basketball tricks to future members of Eden Flyer
ITEM Sth we do hereby nc inate and appoint the Clase of 1950, Executor
of this, our last will and testament, and if for any reason, they should re-
fuse to accept said responsibility, or for any reason fail to fully andfinally
settle our requests, then we appoint the faculty of Eden High School, Executor
of this, our last will and testament
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, WE, THE CLASS OF 1949, Of Eden High School, Hgnggck
County, Indiana, have hereunto signed ournames tothis our last will and tes
tament on this 4th day of May, 1949 W 951, "'-'L
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Signed, sealed, declared and published by said tesator, the Class of 1949,
as and for their last willand testament, in our presence, who at their request,
in their presence, and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed
our names as witnesses there oi this 4th day of May, 1949
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Four members of the 1949 graduating class started to school together on Sept-
ember l3, 1937 They were Kay Oneal, Susie Rash, Virginia Bennett, and Eugene
Ward Others who enrolled with these four were Mary Lou Crist, Juene Hunt, Ray
mend Hunt, Virginia Roberts, Charles Schmidt and Jerry Surber During the year
and Eugene missed the second semester because of illness
Our second year, five new members enrolled and John Wechsler came back Th
new members were Doris Alford, Virginia Glass, Keith Main, Donna Rum ell and Jack
Randolph John, Virginia and Juene left us during the year and so we were 'four
teen ' Mrs Mary Mohr was our teacher during the first and second grades and now
we look back and appreciate her genuine love for children that manifested itself
in her kindness and patience
Upon entering the third grade there were two new members added to the class,
Freddie Jones and Evelyn Foust Virginia Glass came back during the year and
Keith Main moved away Mrs Hildred Lane was our teacher
On September 9, 1940 we entered theiburth grade with Miss Esther Cook as ur
enrolled, making our class enrollment fifteen
When we entered Mrs Humfleet's rodm on September 8, 1941, only eight of that
fifteen was present Mary Lou Crist left during the year but was replaced by
Robert Remsburg Leaving us still eight members
Our sixth year we added Flossie Mason, Dallas Marshall, Donna Sparks, Kathryn
Land, Marilyn Delay, Chester and Lester Bedell to our class and that made our
September 17, 1943, we went upstairs as beginning seventh graders Jack
Randolph left us during the summer, so when Carolyn Snider came in December and
Dallas left in February our seventh grade ended with thirteen
At the beginning of our eight year Beverly Gahiemer, Bill Huffman, Keith
Clevenger and F1qpdHcC0rk1g were added to our list But Bill left us in November
and Donna Sparks, and Donna Ru mell left in March which left us with only thirteen
Carolyn and Keith left during the summer
We started our high school years with eleven in the class, Doris Alford,
Virginia Bennett, Chester Bedell, Kathryn Land, Lester Bedell, Kay Oneal, Susie
Rash, Anna Reynolds, Eugene Ward, Henry and Betty Gregg Henry and Betty left in
October and left us with only nine students
We started our Sophomore year on August 30, 1946 Carolyn Snider came back
and that made ten of us beginning aut Donald Farnu and Barbara Ferguson upped our
total to twelve
We lost three members before our Junior year began Barbara and Donald moved
and Anna decided o marriage Earl Garriott entered to make four boys and six
girls our total during the remainder of our high school days
September 3, 1948 we started our final year as Seniors The ten members who
have come up the long path are Doris Alford, Virginia Bennett, Kathryn Land, Susie
Rash, Kay Oneal, Carolyn Snider, Chester Bedell, Lester Bedell, Earl Garriott and
Our twelve years have been enjoyable as well as educational and we hate to
say good bye
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wish them luck in the comnng years
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BOB MARTYN ....
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READY MADE FAMILY
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...... ....Henry's daughter....
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colored servant .... . . ..
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.Agnes's older daughter ...... ....
Agnes Martyn, a widow, meets an old sweethear , genry Turner, a widower.
They become engaged without knowing of eack other's children. The children
hear of the engagement and not feeling very happy about it, plan to upset the
matrimonial apyle-cart. Bob has fits Narilee talks baby-talk. and Gracie
plays the role of a holy-terror while Aunt Lydia mourns over her poor, dead
brother, Horatio. Sammie Turner becomes a kleptomaniac and Doris havinf ha
an operation harps on her incision. Begonia, the colored maid and Nicooemus
Pipp, the colored servant add to the fun.
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Harry and Mabel Savage are a pair of newlyweds deliriously in love with
each other Harry writes poetic stories, which no editor seems to appreciate,
and lives on an allowance from his Uncle Otto The money which provides
this allowance really belongs to Harry, his father had left it to him when he
died, appointing Uncle Otto in his will to be custodian of the family funds
Now, Uncle Otto is a sour old w man hater, very much against the idea of
Harry's ever marrying, therefore the young love birds have had to keepjt a
secret from him Mabel's Aunt Ermintrude, on the other hand, is all in favor
of marriage, thinks it a great institution and thoroughly approves of the
young couple The fun begins when both Uncle Otto and Aunt Ermintrude
arrive unexpectedly at the Savages' tiny apartment Mabel and Harry have
told them two different stories and have to keep them from comparing notes
This is made a little easier by the fact that both Aunt Ermintrude and Uncle
Otto are very hard of hearing' Other characters are Mabel's sister Gracie
and her bashful beau, Jasper Wilkins Gracie is trying to wangle a proposal
from Jasper, but the latter is one of the shyest youths on record and simply
won't pop the question, their scenes together will prove hilariously funny
Then there are Officer Longfellow I Butterfield, a poetic policeman, an
Smokey McGee, a desperate criminal who wanders into the Savages' apartment in
his flight from the Law It's all good clean fun, and it comes as close
being a really 'sure-firen play as any we know of
OTTO B SAVAGE
a young writer
her bashful beau
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a poetic policeman
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ht row: Carolyn Sider, Preeidentg
MII Pope, Vice-Pralidentg hay
Treuurer, Joyce lqkina, Cor
Secretary, Jonny Rayner Recording
Secretory Sharon Snider, lhry Hays,
Barbara Hhetsel, Audrey Fillm
2nd row hrs Di, or, Carol
Martin, lah, 711' Bennett,
Ponnie O1iQ Jil Sprihgtr, Jeanne
hnider, May illllnder, Sul Holliday
his row Lois Dennett, Betty Lykil-a, num
Holliday, Jxme Snidnr, Kathryn Land vetha
Kinnaman, Dario Alford
lot chown: Roberta Hiller and
lst row Betty Lykins, Ruth Jiollioay
June Snider, Doris Alford, lxenist,
Chester Bedell hathryn Lino Vetha
Klllilllfll, Carolyn Snider, Audrey '-
Znd row Carol Vartln, Lois Bennett
Susie Rash, Virginia Bennett Joyce
Lykins, enny Rayner, Julia Spxing-ez,
3rc1 row Sharon Snider Sue Holliday, Mary
Alexander, Mary Hays Jeanne Snider Barbara
Wxetsel, Ann Pope
Not shown Roberta Miller and Barbara Benr
STATE CHCHUS--Four girls were chosen by Miss
the Music Instructor to represent our school at the
Shi! Choral Festival held Pt Indianapolis, October 22
1948 They were Carolyn Snider, Doris Alford, lhihryn
Land, Joyce Lykina, Miss Clifford, Instructor
OFFICE ECRCE-Doris Alford, Carolvn Snioer, Virginia
Bennett, and Mr Havens, Prine pal
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Row 1 Ronald
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Trennepohl, Judy Biker Mi ha 1 '
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Row L Daniel Dunlavy, Russell Ehzgene Van
Dlqn, Linda Murphy, Phillip Walker, Kenneth
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4 eanna Lloyd, Donnie Havers Jar
Row 1 Diane Hasler, Viche el Om-al Lircc LPTUF G
Judy Baker, Barbara nur .mide-ry and-T Eronnppberg'
Deanna Lloyd, Picks.: Tice
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Mary Jean Trennepohl, Ru se 1 LM 9139 Var DW-'YU Dm'
ng Van Duyn, 1atr'c a Bowyer, Sff0phlBiO Lane
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sang an uarcec bet eer ct of L e enior me
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BATOI HOU! 5 n girls from let
grade to 7th grade They were trained under the di
rection of Mr: Frost
Row 1 Francie Jackson, Gerald Titus, Linda Bar
nard, Michael Qaenl, Dennis havens
Row 2 Mary Ann Davie, Carolyn Dnmlavy, Shirley
Apple, Ann Moore, Ruth Ann wah, plapbearers
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RW3 Larry Wisenun
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Apple, Patricia hu-vg11 Bug,-
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U-f01'd Barbara Swartz Nancy Bennett N
Martin Judy Bak Donna v
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Mr Fvvens Mr A110 d
Fern Iinnaman Sherry Hunt Ruth Holliday Ann Pope
JUNIOR HIGH HICH SCLUOL
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Second Row Bob Perkins, Hbhortgn ward, Herbert Curry, Dlck
Haymer, Bob Reger
Thlrd Row Earl Garriott, Andy Maroska Bill Every, Larry
Jackson, Tom C'Neal, Coach nPooH Havens
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to Wilkinson and gave them a 'shellackingn in the first game of the season
Shorty w our leading pitcher with Freshman Ton O'heal working the rellef
ro l As in basketball, most of the boys are young and show much promise for
the future bembers of the team who graduate are 'Shortyn Ward, Lester Be
dell, and Earl Garriott
Mr Havens, who is serving his second year as princnpal and coach, i
planning an elght or ten game achedule in baseball next fall 1f he can find
he competition nGood Luck, Flyers'
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Middle Row: Bob Perkins, Tom Oneal, Orville Bell, Shorty Hard, Herb Curry,
Puck Row: Earl Garriott, Bill Every, Andy Maroska, Bob Baker, Larry Jackson,
Throufnout the season our Flyers lookei grofressively ret'er. rofh the
irst uni seroni teams have the earmnrks of a qood basketball tear more Any.
H?ile the first team was winninf seven ind losing eleven, the ueouni reap vor
six and lost ten. In spite of the short number of wins, our Loan al :yi zis-
jlayei Q lot of fifht end went noun stubbornly. Unly two Lupe ere cat from
the entire sonar anl next yefr's team will be loaded with revukfrf and boys
wit' one and two yefrs of experience. U0ur times a'ccminH.
SCHLDULE OF l94?-l9A9
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'ilkinson-T .r.' 27 AO NcCordsville-f AL LQ
Maxwell-'F 33 43 'llaarlotiesvlll ,33
Kennerd-E 3L 30 'Ferlottesvi2TenI 37 LQ
KcCordsville-T 49 37 Qalnut Grove H ec Sf
Charlottesville 16 30 Yaldron-T 37 EQ
Fishers-U 43 3? Voxvflf-Y 51 rl
Walnut Grove-T 55 47 Fisnere-T 39 P0
Wilkinson-U 23 35 Fortviiif 34 QQ
County and Qcetion
ANDY MAROSKA BILL EVERY
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BIB PERKINS of the poet season were a LRF, JACPCON
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Although winning only seven ganna,
thy shoved a fighting spirit at all
time and season
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they ahouln be a definite throat to
the county and sectional titlo
next yearX1fe'1!."6 praud of
our 'team so mor! paver
LARRY Anxms umm. CURRY
these boys for their
record of the season,
and the winning f
the County Champion
Row l Paul Jones Jr ,
Bill Hatfield, Junlor
Albee Bill Jones, Cleo
Row 2 Richard Boden,
Floyd Snider, Kenny
Pope, Larry Parker
Row 3 Ro ald Boden,
Bud Holliday, Melvin
Jackley, Hugh Elsbury,
Richard Rite, Mr Floyd
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These boys are small
played only two games
They beat Ingalls by
wide margin and
lost to Wilkinson in
1 close flght
Row 1 Robert Kinnaman
Row 2 Don Hasler, Carl
Martin, Ronald Jones,
Nemuel Ray Albee, Rich
Row 3 Carolyn Dunlavy
lYell Leaderl, Bruce
Filson, Robert Field,
James Reynolds, David
Bartlow, Charlotte Sni
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FOR THE BEST COMPLIMENTS
THE FORTVILLE TRIBUNE
Fortville Indiana Greenfield Indiana
With the co ing of May 7, 1949, comes the close of another pleasant
and successful school year The students themselves are to be co pli
mented in the part they have played in helping the year to be a good one
It is important that a sense of pride in their school be developed among
the student body Students who are proud of their school will continu
ally strive to make it better The school and the church is the vital
life of any small community and should be preserved as carefully as one
preserves his health One booster can do more good then ten knockers
Therefore, we hope that all our students will be boosters Our c mmun
ity should be proud of our school although it is small The importan t
thing is not size, but the attitudes toward life developed here
A L Havens, Principal
UGUTHIERIS INC n SUMMER KINDERGARTEN
OUT FITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS
EIGHT WEEKS TERM
FOOTWEAR Fon ENTIRE FAMILY May 9 June 30
ENROLL YOUR cH1Ln NOW
GREENFIELD INDIANA Veda Frost
SEE SEARS ROEBUCKS
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