Elberfeld High School - Elite Yearbook (Elberfeld, IN)
- Class of 1949
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Society Editor.. ..... .... Virginia Englehardt
Class Degrees .... ...Dorothy Kohlmeyer
Snorts Editor .... ....... Don Harris
Tynists ....... ........... Senior Girls
Printers... .... Hammel, Butcher, Nenke
Soonsor.... . ..... .... Mrs. Duffy
To Snieth Studios of Olney, Illinois who took the pic-
tures and Drinted the picture pages along with Uroviding
the backs and outting the annual together
To Mrs. Duffy for the time and effort she gave us in
helping nroduce this annual.
Townsh1p.... . .--- Greer
State .... ...Indiana
Year ............. . . . ...l949
County Superintendent .... .... Harvey Hendrickson
Township Trustee ...... ..... Adrian Butcher
School Advisory Board .... .... Clyde Holder
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Principal .... ...William Baker
Mathematics.............. ...William Baker
History and Physical Ed... ...William Dauby
English and Lat1n......, ...Martin Bleach
Home Ec. and Biology .... ...Eunice Schultz
Music and Commercial ........... ..,.El1nor Duffy
Industrial Arts, 7th and 8th.... ...wilburn Kifer
Physical Ed., 7th and Bth.... .... Ruby Bertram
5th and 6th .... ..,, Wilford Wheaton
5rd and 4th.... .....Mary Colvin
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FACULTY N TE
William gg Qakgg graduated from Mackey High School in 1921,
He attended Oakland City College, Indiana State Teachers College
and returned to Oakland City College where he received the A. B.
Degree in 1927 and the B. S. Ed. Degree in 1928. He receivedthe
A. M. Degree from Indiana University in 1955 and did a year of
graduate work on a Ph. D. Degree at Indiana University since
then. He also did one summer!s work on a Ph. D. Degree Leland
Mr. Baker has taught for 20 years. He began his teaching
career in Gibson County, his home county, after which he served
as assistant principal and basketball coach at Bowling Green
Clndianal High School for two years and principal for one year,
He was principal of the Alamo High School CMontgomery Countyifor
six years, principal at Kingman kFountain County! one year after
which he returned to Montgomery County and served as principals!
the Linden High School for two years. He decided then to return
to his native county and served as principal of the Ft. Branch
High School for three years. He also served as visiting in-
structor in the Graduate School of Education at Indiana State
Teachers College for four conservative summers. This is Mr.
Baker's first year as principal of the Elberfeld High School.
Latin and English
Martin Blesch graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1922.
He graduated from Oakland City College ln 1955 with a B. S.
Degree. He has done all his teaching in Greer Township.
This is his 2Oth year of teaching. He has coached the grade
team and high school team during his teaching career.
Music and Commercial
Elinqg-Dgggy-graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1941,
She received her A. B. Muscial Education Degree from North
Central College, Naperville, Illinois, in 1945. She has
taught at Elberfeld for the last four years.
Qgglce Sghgltg- graduated from Stendal High School in 1937.
She attended Evansville College and graduated in 1941, rec-
eiving an A. B. Degree. This is her eighth year of teaching,
the preceding six being at Huntlngburg High School. She at-
tended Indiana University last summer.
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He attended the Central Normal College at Danville, Indiana for
one year. He received his B. S. Degree from the Indiana State
Teacher's College, Terre Haute, Indiana. He has taught for
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Mackey and the remainder at Elberfeld School. He has coached the
grade team for the last three years.
EgL'Qauby graduated from Enfield Community High School, En-
field, Illinois, in 1925. He received his A. B. Degree from
Southern Illinois University in 1929, and received his B. S.
Degree in 1932. In 1935 he attended Old Post Coaching School.
Mr. Dauby has taught for seventeen years, ten years in Illinois
two years as official in C. C. C. work, one year in Grandview,
Ind. four years in Cannelton, Ind. one year at Orleans, Ind. and
one year in Elberfeld. This is Mr. Dauby's first year of coach-
ing at Elberfeld.
Phy. Ed. and 7th d Sth Grade
Ruby Bertram graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1927.
She attended Rurdue University for 2 years. After transferring
she graduated from Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute,
Indiana in 1952 with a B. S. Degree. Mrs. Bertram had pre-
viously taught 15 years in the Elberfeld High School before
starting again at the beginning of the second semester of this
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The annual Fall Festival was given by the P. T. A., October
29, 1948. The main event of the evening was the crowning of
the basketball queen and king, Virginia Engelhardt and Don
Harri S o
The Commencement Exercises were held in the school gym'
nasium, on May 6, 1949. The speaker was Mr. E. A. Richardson
The awards were given for the best scholar in high school
and for the best sportmenship in basketball.
The Baccalaureate Services were held in the Zions -. Evan-
gelical and Reform Church on May 1, 1949. The speaker was Rev.
C. W. Walmer.
Junior and Senior Banquet
The Junior and Senior Banquet was held on April 29, 1949,
at the Vendome Hotel in the Empire Room at Evansville.
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On September 4, 1945, eighteen WGreen Freshiesn stood gaz-
ing around the hells of E,H.S. wondering where they should' go
next. Just think we were in high school now. The eighteen
students were: Carolyn Eesing, June Bes1ng,Anne Mae Bethe,Bon-
ald Butcher, Carl Engelherdt, Virginia Lee Engelherdt, Don Ham-
mel, Jim Harbison, Don Harris, Dorothy Kohlmeyer, Lester Menke,
Charles Gorden, Gladys Green, Bonnie Reinbrecht, Robert Ralph,
Bob Schultz, Don Silks end Delores Powell.
During the year we lost four students, ' Charles Gorden,
Gladys Green, Carl Engelhsrdt and Delores Powell,but gained one,
Patricia Rankin from Reitz,
Now we are beck again for our second yesr of high school.
We gained two new members Frances Hsdfield from Reitz end Janet
Weaver from South Bend. We are sorry to loose one member Bonnie
Relnbrecht who quit school.
" Back to school again the third year with sixteen "Jolly
Juniors' in our clsss. We were happy to accept 9 new. member
Wilma Ward from Evansville. This yesr furnished Quit s lot of
excitement for us that of selling of magazines M1 order to give
the Seniors s bensuet and giving the Junior pley.The sales were
very successful, We sold more magazines than any other Junior
Class in E. H. S. During the year we lost two members, Wilma
Ward, who movedr.eck to Evansville: and Frances Hedfieldp who
was married. J' .
Now we ere in our lest year of school. During the summer
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Seniorsn to graduate out of the eighteen that started, They are
Carolyn Besing, June Bes1ng,Anna Mae Bethe, Ronald Butcher, Don
Hammel, Virginia Enge1hardt,Don Silke, Jim Harb1son,Don Harris,
Dorothy Kohlmeyer, Lester Menke, Patricia Rankin, Robert Ralph.
and Bob Schultz.
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The Juniors gave their play, NDear Papan, Deo. 8, 1948, at
the school gym. Their sponsor was Mrs. Duity. The cast of
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HERMAN CARR ........ . . Bob Voyled
MRS. CARR. . . . .Irma Oeth
LAINE CARR . . . Patsy Thompson
DICKY TURNER . . .Kermit Miles
GEORGE CARR. . . Clarence Baughn
CAROL RUTH CARR . . . . Janice Duffy
MISS LUCINDA CARR. . . . Patsy Vaught
MRS. ELVIRA MCDUFFIE . . . . .Pearl Sellers
MRS. J. CASWELL DRENNEN. . . . . Charles Poilee
RON DRENNEN. . . Harold Hollingsworth
MR. YEATES . . . . .Royce Speicher
JANET RODEN. . . .Janie Vaugjt
LIZ Esfmzs J. . . . Myrtle Casper
MICKIE STRONG. . . .Marilene Thene
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Here is a review of the Seniors of 049W
We've studied, laughed, and frowned,
But all in all, welve had a grand time.
We may RHVG been absent or tardy, once or twice,
But we still hope you ll think we're just as nice.
We've enjoyed participating in plays,
Societies, basketball end such,
But without our schoolmates and teachers,
We'd soon lose our embitious touch.
We are now going to pass in review,
To show you what we ell plsn to do,
First there's Don Silke who will turn out to be,
A professor of Mathematics, you just welt and see!
Then there is Don Harris, who a horse trainer he'll be,
And James Harblson, a business executive you'll see.
Next come the stenogrnphers, of which we have two,
They are June Beslng and Pat Rnnk n, m
Who are sure to succeed in whatever they
Now for Lester, Don Hammel, ard Ronald,
Who will be owners of rich ferms indeed,
To low prices end corruption, they will pay no heed,
We have s pretty nurse too, which is Carolyn Beslng.
When they see her, their hearts will go Bing!
Now for a beautician who is very neat,
Her name is Virginia Engelherdt and she's all reet!
Next is Robert Ralph who n servicemen he'll be,
Join the Marines and sell on the sem.
Now for n change of Jobs there's Dorothy Kohlmeyer,
A designer of dresses of which youfll never tire.
And then there is Anne Mme too,
Who will become n housewife and bske n fine meal,
And love her husbend like no one could feel.
And last of all is Bobby Schultz who is smart as s tnck,'
For brains as a bookkeeper, hefll never lack.
We have gone through school and now we're going out,-
We'll start on 11fe's Journey
With a strong will end n heart thst's stout.
CAROLYN BESING, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Besing was
born August 15, 1951, five miles north east of Elberfeld.
She has been active in many school activities. She was in
the Sunshine club and Glee club for four years. She was Vice
President of the Sunshine club in her Junior year and Treasurer
of her class, and Secretary during her Senior year.
Carolyn was candidate for Fall Festival Queen in ,- her
Sophomore and Junior years. She was typist for the NVoice' and
the yearbook. She took part in the Junior and Senior plays,
WMamma's Baby Boyn, and nAunt Tillie Goes to Townn. She has
also participated in HTop of the Worldn, UBeauty Contest', and
HGeorgia Jubilee Minstrel.n
WANDA JUNE BESING, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Besing,
was born May 26, 1951, in Evansville, Indiana. At the age of'Q
June and her family moved to a farm northwest of Elberfeld.
June has been active in many school activities. She was
in the Glee club for four years and in the Sunshine club for
four years. During her Freshman year she played the piano in
the orchestra. She was typist for the Nvoioen and yearbook.
She took part in the Junior and Senior plays, 'Mamma's
Baby Boyn, and 'Aunt Tillie Goes to Townu. June also partici-
pated in WTop of the WorldN, HThe Beauty Contestu, and Ndeorgia
ANNA MAE BETHE, daughter of Nr. and Mrs. William Bethe,
was born May 50, 1950, in Elberfeld, Indiana.
Anna Mae has been a member of the Glee club and Sunshine
club for four years. During her-Freshman year she was treasur-
er of her class. She was Society editor of the WVo1ce'.
She took part in the Junior and Senior plays,NMamma's Baby
Boyu, and nAunt Tillie Goes To TownH.Anna Mae also participated
in uTop of the Worldn, WThe Beauty Contestn, and UGeorg1a Jubi-
LLOYD RONALD BUTCHER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butcher,
was born April 5, 1951, three miles southeast of Elberfeld.
He has received all twelve years of his education at
Elberfeld. Ronald took part in the minstrel, WGeorg1a Jubir
lee Ninstreln, and joined the glee club during his Senior year,
Ronald was the grade reporter for the Wvoice' and printer
for the year book.
VIRGINIA LEE ENGELHARDT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Engelhardt, was born August 26, 1951, in Elberfeld. '
Virginia has been active in many school activities. She
was ln the Glee Club and Sunshine Society for four years. She
was Vice President of the Sunshine Society during her Sophomore
year and Secretary in her Junior and Senior year. In her
Sophomore year she was Secretary of her Class. She took part
ln the Junior and Senior plays, WNamma's Baby Eoy,V and WAunt
Tillie Goes To Townn, Virginia also participated in NTop of the
worm, R was
Beauty Contest,N and WGeorg1a Jubilee Mlnstreln.
She was a reporter for the WVoiceW and worked on the year
book. She was elected Queen of the Fall Festival during her
DONALD LEE HAMMEL. son of Mr. and Mrs, Arnie Hammel was
8, 1961, three miles north of Elberfeld. He at-
oak his first two years of school and then came to
finish his High School career.
-an interest in basketball during his last year of
took part in the Senior play WAunt Tillie Goes To
Town.W He was a reporter for the Wvoicen and printer for ,thi
JAMES L. HARBISON, son of gr. and Mrs. Charles Harbison,
was born August 27, 1951, two and one-half miles east of Lynn-
In his first year of school he attended the Buckskin grade
school. In his second year he moved to New Mexico, where he
attended school. He went back to Buckskin where he attended
school for one half of his third year. He then moved to Lynn-
ville where he finished the third grade and half of the fourth-
year. He then moved to Elberfeld where he finished his elemen-
tary and high school education.
Jim played five years of basketball, two years in grade
school, and three years in high school. He took part in the
Junior play, UMamma's Baby Boyn and had a leading role in the
Senior play, nAunt Tillie Goes To TownU. He was class secretary
in his Freshmen year and Treasurer in his Senior year. Jim-wrote
the sports for the Voice for two years and was Business Manager
for the year book, Memoirs.
DONALD PARKER HARRIS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Harris, was
born on March ll, 1951 in Boonville, Indiana. They later moved
to Bucksklng Indiana where he attended school for three years.
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In April of 1940 they moved to Elberfeld where Don entered
the fourth grade and finished his school career. Don played
two years of basketball in grade school and played on the' first
five during his four years in High School. He was Co-Captain
during his Senior year. In his Junior Year he was awarded the
Kiwanis sportsmanship award for outstanding soortsmanship.
Don was elected Vice President of his class during his
Freshman, Sophomore and Senior years. He was Treasurer during
his Junior year. During his Senior year, he was elected King of
the Fall Festival.
He took part in the Junior and Senior plays, NMamma's Baby
Boyn and nAunt Tillie Goes To Townn. Don was business mana-
ger of the Nvoicen and the yearbook, Memoirs.
DOROTHY MAE KOHLMEYER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Kohl-
meyer, was born February 28, 1951, two and one half miles north
of Elberfeld. She went to Black Oak School her first two years.
The school was then consolidated and she came to Elberfeld where
she finished her school career.
Dorothy has been active in many school activities. She
was in the Glee club four years and also in the Sunshine club
four years. During her Senior year she was President of the
Sunshine club. She w s Vice President of her class in her
Junior year. Dorothy was a rerorter for the Wvoicen and the
She took part in the Junior and Senior plays, WMamma's Ba-
by Boyn and nAunt Tillie Goes to Townu. She also participated
in WThe Beauty Contestn, and HGeorgia Jubilee Minstreln.
LESTER MENKE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menke, was bgfn
September lO, 1931, one mile southeast of Elberfeldw
Lester received all of his education at Elberfeld High
School. He operated the movie projector for two years.
He joined the Glee Glub during his Senior year and took
part in the WGeorgia Jubilee Minstreln. He was printer for the
Wvoicen and 'Yearbookn. P
PATRICIA QAE RANKIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, W, Rankin,
was born on September 23, 1951, Outer First Avenue, igvgngvillg,
She started her schooling at Highland, where she went her
first three years. She then moved to IcCutchanv1lle, where she
avndnntpd from -rnde school June Fifth. 1945. at Mhdutnhnnvtlle
She then started High School at Reltz where she spent the
first semester of her Freshmen year, and then was trassferred'm
Elberfeld, where she spent the remaining four years.
Patricia has been active in school activities, she was in
the Glee Club and Sunshine Club during the time she was at Elb-
She took part in the Junior and Senior plays, WMama's Baby
Boyn, and UAunt Tillie Goes to Townn. Patricia has also partip
pated in WTop of the Worldn, UThe Beauty Contest.W and WGeorala
Jubilee M1nstrel.N .
ROBERT RALPH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Ralph, was born
December 2, 1950 at Evansville.
A year later Robert and his family moved to Reed, Kentucky
where he attended school for 7 years. They then moved to Elb-
erfeld where Robert has finished his education.
He was printer for the Hvoicen and Assistant Business Man-
ager for the WYearbookU.
BOBBY LEE SCHULTZ, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz, was
born on May 5, l951, one and one-half miles southeast of Elbbre
He received all of his education here at Elberfeld. In-hls
Sophomore year he was Treasurer. and in his Junior year he was
President of his class. Bobby was Humor Editor of the Voice and
Art Editor of the yearbook.
He Joined the Glee Club during the last semester of his
Senior year. He participated in the minstrel HGeorQ1a Juh1leeQ
and also part in the Junior and Senior plays, NMamma's Baby
Boyn, and 0Aunt Tillie Goes to Town.n
DONALD R. SILKE, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Sllke, was
born on September 4, 1951 ln Elberfeld. At the aae of six he
entered the Elberfeld school and has completed all twelve years
of his education there.
4 Don has been active in all extra-curricular activities. He
has been with the orchestra ever since the fifth grade pplaylng
the Violin and trumpet, and a member of the Glee Club for two
years. He was interlocuter ln the UGeorsia Jubilee Minstrel W
and took part in the opperetta WTop of The World.n
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and 'Aunt Tillie Goes to Town,H He was editor of the Uvoioeu
and the nYearbookH, Memoirs, Don was candidate for King of
Fall Festival during his Junior year.
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more, and Senior years, and Valediotorian for Commencement. Don
has applied for several scholarships and plans to enter eollege
H E STCDKY
This year, their sophomore year, they returned with 21
members. Jean Ambrose moved back to Boonville and Glaybburn
Simpkins started to school here. Louetta York married in '48,
leaving twenty members in the class.
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Ronald Butcher Factory worker
Bobby Lee Schultz Bookkeeper
Lester Warren Menke Mechanic
Donald Ray Silke College Student
Donald Parker Harris Show Horse Trainer
James Lee Harbison Teacher
Donald Lee Hammel Undecided
Robert Ralph Farmer
TELEGJKAMS OF KEG3i'iE'lJ
Last night as I sat thinking of the class reunions we hope
to enjoy together in the future, I found myself imagining the
result if, at some given date, say ten years from now, every
member of the class should be too busy too attend the reunion.
That would, of course, be rather discouraging to the chairman
of the committee, unless ,he, also, were too busy too attend.
But, I thought how interesting if on the morning of the
reunion each absentee sent a telegram in which was stated the
sender's occupation and reason for absence. And how very inter-
esting if these telegrams were collected in a little book and
passed about so that all the class members might get first hand
information about the others. I became so engrossed in the idea
that I even pictured to myself the exact wording of' the tele-
grams the various people would send. Would you like . to hear
Leading dramatic soprano Metropolitan and Chicago C, Opera
Companies. Substantial, but not fat. Sing Marguerite tonight.
Anna Mae Bethe
You wouldn't expect her to count her words, but she is
evidently still careful with her calories.
As an astronomer, am studying the heavens at seashore with
beautiful girl assistant. Stargazing date tonight.
, Donald Ray Silks
At his old tricks, you see.
Am an usher in big movie theater. Only way ' to. see all
shows. Seeing Van Johnson tonight.
And she probably enjoys the picture the twentieth time she
sees it as well as the first. There's a girl who loves her
Civil engineer. Tunneling Rockies to shorten trip for
You notice Bob used just ten words and no more. '.Careful
as ever, but I'll bet 1t's a good tunnel.
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necmne patterns. Most complete designs for holiday gift ties
showing Christmas bill motif.
That's queer. She must have meant bell motif. We're all
familiar with Christmas bells, but bills--Well, we are ao-
quainted with Christmas bills, too, I'm afraid. I guess it
doesn't matter which she meant. The necktles will look about
as bad with either, no doubt.
Am author of two of the six worst sellers up ' to date.
Must finish a third by the first of the month so have to miss
reunion. If any of you carry a spare plot with you, please
loan it to me. Need one badly.
, I always knew Robert would be famous. D1dn't you? Think
of two worst sellers and another on the way!
Am instructor in plain and fancy golf, making lots of
money. Five dollars a lesson. Also give bridge and oil
painting lessons to spectators between golfing efforts. Am
starting a series of evening dancing classes tosnight, so am
unable to attend reunion.
Carolyn always was the most industrious person in the
class, and she evidently hasn't changed any. She d1dn't tell
us what she was doing mornings. Surely she doesn't waste them
Perhaps she takes in washing or gives boxing lessons then.
Just Joined the Navy to see the world through a porthola
Shall think of you all in every port, as I walk through the
slums and see the peculiar people.
I don't think he meant that quite as it sounds, but
merely that he would be homesick in those queer places and
wish to see his friends. Donald is so ambitious he'll prob-
ably be an admiral by the time the fleet gets to Manila.
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meet famous passengers. Ted Williams, Elizabeth Taylor, miie
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train this trip.
Don always did like good society, but I never thought of
being a Pullman conductor to get it.
Keeping a pet shop. Specialize in eels, inheumons, and
elephants. Sorry can't come to-nightg expecting a new shipment
of Japanese beetles.
Wanda June Besing
Well, at least she said she was sorry she cou1dn't come.
Am a farmer. Raise winter wheat and summer squashes.
Can't come because am busy with harvest.
There's something queer about that, but I'm not just sure
what it is. I suppose Lester is a very scientific farmer and
knows all about rotation of crops and everything. I wonder if
he raises shorthorns? I never can remember whether they are
cows are turnips, but he probably raises them, anyway.
Am a Chautauqua lecturer on WBeaut1es of Nature,n and NThe
Value of a Sm11e.W So sorry oan't oomegthe Smile due tonight.
Jim Harbrl S011
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he learned about the beauties of nature I'm sure I don't :know.
When we last saw him he d1dn't know parsley from peppermint or
toads from tadpoles. He must have been doing a lot of reading
Am a steam riveter. Like the quiet atmosphere. Am putting
nuts in new sanitarium, so can't leave.
Ronald always a quiet chap. I am positive he is the most
refined steam riveter in the business.
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was born crazy and had a relapse. Won't give me time off to
come to reunion. I shall write all his letters backward for a
That poor manI' What she'll do to his correspondence! you
remember, she never did let anyone impose on her. I wonder if
she spells any better than she used to--or worse. No, she
couldn't spell worse.
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must admit they do sound like you. Here's hoping you'l1 all be
as successful as they soy you are, ten years, from now.
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LUCINDA TALBOT. .
PAMELA MARSH .
LIZZIE PARSONS. .
ELLEN NEELAND .
RONALD HOWLAND. .
LUTHER LORRIMER .
MERVIN TUCKER .
CHARLIE ONE LUNG.
MRS. TILLIE TUCKER. .
DR. HATTIE BING .
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. . . . June Besing
. .Patricia Rankin
. . Carolyn Besing
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- James Harbison
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First P.T.A. meeting.
Elected class officers.
Sophomores ordered class rings.
Seniors ordered commencement announcements.
Anna Mae broke her chair in Home Ec. class.
Patricia Rankin's 17th birthday.
Juniors had a class party.
Irma Gene Oeth is back from an appendix operation.
Baker talked on WGood Conduct In Classn.
Freshies had a class party.
Sunshine girls gave an initiation party for new
Elected yell leaders.
Seniors ordered annuals.
Received new scenery for stage.
Don Hammel's l7th birthday.
First issue of school paper.
Sunshine girls gave a formal initiation for new
Clinton Lee Haley, graduate of'48,v1s1ted school.
Teachers conference. NO SCHOOL.
Elected king d queen for fall festival.
Seniors took individual pictures for annual.
Seniors received their picture proofs.
First ballgame. Elberfeld defeated Tennyson 51-24
Two girls from Mackay visited school.
Haubstadt defeated Elberfeld 50-27.
Patsy Vaught got a diamond.
Grade team was defeated by Lynnville.
Elberfeld defeated Newburgh 56-46 in overtime.
Some of the Seniors had their pictures taken over.
Lynnville defeated Elberfeld 50-45.
Rev. Walmer gave a talk for our Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving holidays. NO SCHOOL.
--Mr. Bleach had to appear in court. COn the jury.D
Mackay defeated Elberfeld 28-27. '
Grade team was defeated by Haubstadt.
Junior class play.
Seniors received their pictures.
Senior girls out up a Christmas tree in assembly.
Elberfeld defeated Chrisney 59-56.
Harold H. and Bob B. hitched hiked to Florida.
Sunshine Christmas party at school.
Pe Tc Ac meeting.
Elberfeld defeated Poseyville 41-59.
Elberfeld defeated Millersburg 66-22.
Richland defeated Elberfeld 60-29.
Exchanmed Christmas presents. Anna Mae was
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Grade team ylayed Spurgeon. Lost,
7th grade moved upstairs
Mrsa Bertram's first day
Mr. Dauby's birthday.
Grade team played Mackay. Won both games.
Freshies gave a farewell
who moved to Evansville.
party for Barbara Hadfield
--Lynnville defeated Elberfeld 47-29.
Elberfeld defeated Stendal 52-41.
Chandler defeated Elberfeld 58-54.
Grade team played Lynnville.
County Tourney, Elberfeld defeats Chandler 52-51.
The Boonville Pioneers defeated the Elberfeld
Elites 44-41 in the final game.
Elberfeld defeated Cynthiana 55-41.
Chandler defeated Elberfeld 55-25.
--Mary Ann Parton, from Reitz, Joined the Junior
--Started practicing for the minstrel.
Elberfeld defeated Newburgh 54-55.
Had a show in the assembly of last years basketball
--Spurgeon defeated Elberfeld 44-54.
Belvia Scott, from Central, joined the Freshman
P.T.A. meeting. Sophomore girls but on a program.
--F.L.Marshall, a comedian, entertained the Junior Q
Senior high school.
Marvin Hollingsworth, a former student, visited
--Elberfeld defeated Folsomville 88-54.
Sectional Burney. Newburgh defeats Elberfeld 45-51.
Senior boys receive basketball sweaters.
Dorothy Mae Koh1meyer's 18th birthday.
--Class Tourney. Seniors defeated Freshies 84-47.
Sophomores defeated Juniors 58-57 in overtime.
Class Tourney again. Eighth grade defeated Seventh
grade. Seniors defeated Sophomores 65-59 in final
game. Seniors were awarded the trophy.
Junior E Senior high school gave a minstrel show.
Seniors ordered caps Q gowns.
Don Harris's 17th birthday.
Seniors receive play books.
Seniors were given their parts in the play.
Took group pictures for the annual.
Don Silke came to school with sprained ankle.
Sunshine party for basketball boys.
Seniors took snapshot pictures for annual.
Senior play practice. ,
Heshies gave a farewell party for Betty Miles.
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20 - Senior play.
June and Virginia
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27 - Music Q Gommsncial awards given.
29 - Junior and Senior Banquet at Vendome Hotel.
May 1 - Baccalaureate
2-6 - Senior week
6 - Commencement
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My friends, I have called you to assemble here as a solemn
duty, that you, the heirs and assigns of my respected client,
the class of 1949, may hear her last will and testament, which,
as her legal advisor, I drew, as directed by her, 4 immediately
prior to her passing from our presence.
It was her intention and would have been her great plea-
sure to present you personally with these tokens of her esteem,
but, finding her possessions were even more extensive and valu-
able than she had thought, it was impossible, particularly as
her last days were so occupied with social engagements and the
other dates not so social, but of great importance to the fu-
ture, which she was obliged to keep with various members of the
faculty. On these occasions, such wierd and unexpected ques-
tions were addressed to her, an immediate answer in writlng be-
ing required, that the strain left her too weary for additional
Because of this, if any slight discrepancies or apparent
injustice or partiality should appear to you in the distribndon
of her effects, we trust you will pardon it and realize it is
caused, not by exhaustion of her brain, never over-robust.
May I, as well as my lamented client, entreat that you re-
ceive your respective legacies in the spirit of unselfish
friendship with which they were given? I shall appreciate your
courteous attention while I read this duly attested will.
First to the Junior Class. We will the right to be
Seniors next year and have a very good class play.
Second to the Sophomore Class. We will the right to win
the class tourney next year.
Third to the Freshman Class. we will you the right . to
have good ball players and good yell leaders.
Fourth to the teachers we will the following:
To our principal, Mr. Baker, to have as good a senior
class next year as he had this yearg
Mrs. Elinor Duffy, a better typing class next year than
she had this year.
Mrs. Eunice Schultz, to have a real good sewing class
like she had this year.
Mr. Martin Blesch, a better English class for the
Senior boys next year.
Mr. William Daubj a better ball team next year.
Mrs. Ruby Bertram,a real good gym class next year.
Mr. Kifen a period to set in the study hall.
Fifth to the students we will the following:
Anna Mae Bethe wills some of her fat to Doris Jean Walker.
Carolyn Besing wills he: flertiness to Gyneath Gwaltney,
June Besing wills her ability to type to Bob Padgettx
Virginia Lee Englehardt wills her tininess to Humphrey.
Dorothy Mae Kshlmeyer wills her ability of taking the oounx
every morning to Doris A.
Patricia Mae Rankin wills her shortness to Pearl Sellers,
Ronald Butcher wills his seat ln the assembly to Clarence
Bobby Lee Schultz wills his singing ability to Royce Spel-
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Lester Menke wills the right to own a oar to James.Andenmn.
Don Parker Harris wills his ability to play basketball to
Donald Ray Silke wills his ability to play the trumpet to
James Lee Harbison wills his good looks to Eugene Green.
Donald Lee Hammel wills his extra credits to Bob Voyles.
Robert Ralph wills his recklessness ln driving to Ronnie
Beside these bequests, we leave our best wishes to any and
all who may desire them.
Any property or personal possessions of ours that may re-
main in addition to the items specified we give and bequeath to
the Elberfeld High School to use as it sees fit. We can think
of nothing that we have forgotten except our old books, and we
suggest that they be given to the Freshmen class, thus saving
money which may be applied either to the teachers' salaries or
toward the purchase of mouth organs, ukuleles, and kazoos for
the school orchestra. Of course, this is entirely a matter for
the discretion of the school.
Finally, we do hereby name and appoint as the sole exxutor.
of this, our last will and testament, our class advisor, Mr.
In witness whereof we, the class of 1949, the testator,
have set our hand and seal on this 6th day of May, in the year
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The Juniors came into Old E. H. S. as WGreen Freshiesn in
the year of N46W. Their class continued eighteen pupils, Doris
Arendell, Clarenqp Bauzhn, Myrtle Casper, Janice Duffy, Harold
Hollinqsworth, Jeanette Kiezel, Kermit Miles, Irma Oeth, Johnny
Ohninz, Charles Poiles, Edward Renchler, Bonnie Blchardson,
Pearl Sellers, Royce Speicher, Marilene Thene, Janie Vauzht,
Patsy Vauqht, and Robert Voyles. .
Last year they returned with twenty membersfk They had
lost one classmate, Jeanette Kieael, but had Qained three new
ones, Patsy Thompson, Dorothy Hruby, and Robert Padgett. Three
of their members left them during the year. Johnny Ohninq left
because of illness, Edward Renchler quit, and Dorothy Hruby
moved. That left seventeen of them. - W
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aqain. They had lost one of their girls, Bonnie Richardson who
had married in the summer., During the last semester they
zained a member, Mary Parton, from Peitz, but a little later
Kermit Miles moved to Evansville. Now they are left with ten
qirls and six boys.
On the preceeding paqe in the Junior Class picture are as
lst row: Marilene Thene, Patsy Thompson, Patsy Vauqht, Pearl
Sellers, Janie Vauzht, Irma Gene Oeth
2nd row: Bob Padgett, Janice Duffy, Doris Arendell, Myrtle
Casper, Mary Parton, Sponsor Mrs. Duffy
5rd row: Bob Voyles, Kermit Miles, Clarence Bauzhn, , Charles
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Sellers, Jeanene Morris, Margaret Besina, Warren Kohlmeyer, Sue
Colbert, Rosemary Menke, Matilda Harris, Juanita Arendell, John
Reeb, Joyce Padgett, Harlan Karn, Janice Besinz, Clenneth Kohl-
meyer, Patty Harris, Patsy Poiles, Loudtta York, Louis Ward,
Lonnie Lanaford, Beulah Johns, Tommy Barnett and Donald Fisher.
Durinz the year they lost two members, Donald Fisher and
Louis Ward, who moved. They also gained one member, Jean Am-
brose from Boonville, in January of '48.
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as follows: Gyneath Gwaltney, Mary Parton, Joyce Padgett, Caro-
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Arendell, Addie Stewart, Marilene Thene, Mrs. Duffy, Myrtle Cas-
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Pat Thompson, Irma Oeth, Delores Campbell, Sharon Deneke, Marga-
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Darrel Byers, Charles Poiles, Clarence Baughn, Don Sellers,CHyde
Strattman, Sue Colbert, Ronnie Oster, Bobby Schultz, Ronald But-
cher, Lester Menke, Don Silks, Duane Walmer, Don Hammel, Jim dl-
ler, Dewey Colbert.
The Chorus sang for the Christmas program, Spring Program,
The Elberfeld High School Orchestra this year had a total,
of thirteen members. The orchestra played for the Christmaspmo-
gram, Spring program, and Commencement. The members are as
PIANO: Juanita Arendell BASS DRUM: Patsy Thompson
ACCORDION: Sharon Deneke CLARINET: Erma Walmer
TROMBONE: Ronald Oster CLARINET: Nigra Lee Roberts
VIOLIN: Irma Gene Oeth CLARINET: Patty Harrie
Eb SAXAPHONE: June Harris CLARINET: nerr-al Byers
C SAXAPHONE: Arlene Halwes TRUMPET: Don Silks
SNARE DRUM: Janie Vaught PIANO: Juanita Arendell
DIRECTOR: Mrs. Duffy
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nineteen members. They were as follows: Ronald Oster, Clyde
Strattman, Jimmy Miller, James Anderson, Dewey Colbert, Eugene
Green, Gerald Thene, Donald Sellers, Jess Butcher, Bill Hurt, De-
lores Campbell, Addie Stewart, Barbara Arendell, Gyneathi mdtney,
Sharon Deneke, Betty
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Miles, Doris Walker, and Barbara Hatfield.
they lost two members, Barbara Hadfield and
going to Reitz. They gained one student in
Belvia Scott, who came from Central.
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thumb-Doris Arendell with blond hair and Marilene Thenevnlh red.
Juanita A. without Darrel B. or vice versa-Addie working the exp
change without Lester's help-Jim H. calling for Jeanene 'at the
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liams, Rose Barnett.
2nd row, John Hammel, Jerry Harris, Barnard Duffy, Adrian Gwalt-
ney, Richard Johns, Betty Blythe, Arlene Halwes, Wm. Baker,Pr1n-
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Arlie Reed, Tommy Derrington, Kenneth Parton.
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Louis Houghton, Marilyn Flener, Carol Thene, Faye
Jeanette Seitz, Retta Ramage, Norma Gocker, Phyllis
Lillian Mills, Rosebud Alderson, Mary McKinz1e,
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James Duffy, Dallas Fleener, Russel Menke, Franklin
Dallas Peck, Margaret Mabrey, Carol Taylor, Clarice
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Robert Simpkins, Billy Deneke, Don Moore, Norbert Bleach, Gary
Silke, Charles Scott, Stanley Edrington, Donald Dayvolt, Melvin
Garbers, David Sallee, Ronald Smith, and Ronald Simpson.
Earl Johns, Richard Lochmueller, Floyd Miller. Alfred Tanner.
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K1egel, Virginia Enlow, Marie Ellorbrook, Imogene Mills.
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Vaught, Donald Mabrey, W1lford Fleming, Downey Thene, Jimmy Du-
ffy, Jerry Poiles, Henry Vaught, Ronald Bleach.
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Gwaltney, Larry Schultz, Raymond Menke, Clarence Barnett, James
Goerges, Rodger Strunk, Teacher, Mrs. Colvin.
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Reeder, Mary Ann Susott, Deloyoe Glordan, Mary Alice Alderson,
Shirley Poiles, Doris Houghton.
2nd row, Charles Engelhardt, Mariana Menke, Linda Rae Loch-
mueller, Thelson Volvman, Maureen Sharp, Janice Voyles, Evelyn
Barbers, Rosalie Dauby.
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Smith, Brenda Deneke, Betty FiGm1Ug, Priscilla Moore, Mafylee
Seitz, Cather1ne Angermejer Sail Arendell, Sharon Goerges.
2nd row, Ray Chumley, Jerry Whalen, Jud1th Ketcham, Mary Sutton
James Sutton, James Bond, Charlotte Pepper, Linda Invenhaus
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6rd row, Teacher, Mrs. Morris, Larry Corne, Donald McK1nzie
Jerry Mabrey, Arther Schultz, Roy Chumley, Robert Vaught,Norman
W8lVSP, Lowell Hurt, Ceo1l Welborn. '
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The Sunshine Society reorganized September 20, with the
first meeting of the year. It is the rule of the Club to elect
their officers in April at the close of the year. The officers
for this year as follows:
President -------- Dorothy Mae Kohlmeyer
Vice President---Pearl Sellers
Secretary -------- Virginia Lee Engelhardt
Treasurer -------- Carolyn Besing
At the first meeting the members planned a meeting for all
girls in High School to get new members. A party was planned
for the new members on October l. The new members were asked
to wear different kinds of things and put on a program. A
Formal Initiation was held at the Zion Evangelicial Church in
A Christmas Party for December 15, was planned. All fthe
Sunshine Girls drew names and exchanged gifts. After the party
the girls went caroling.
The Sunshine Society make their money by selling Poo Corn,
Ice Cream and Candy at the Basketball games and Fall Festival.
The annual party for the boy's in High School was held
March 25, in the Gym.
The Sunshine Society wishqmo thank Mrs. Schultz for her
co-operation this past year.
The members are as follows: lst row, PattygHarrls,Vlrgln1a
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Janice Duffy, Jeanene Morris, Pearl Sellers, Carolyn Beslng,
June Besing, Barbara Arendell, Addie Stewart, Delores Campbell,
Sue Colbert, and Beulah Johns.
5rd row, Dorothy Mae Kohlmeyer, Marilene Thene, Myrtle Cas-
per, Doris Arendell, Juanita Arendell, Anna Mae Bethe, Janie
Vaught, Patsy Vaught, Patsy Thompson, and Irma Gene Oeth.
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The Elberfeld Elites opened their 1948-1949 basketball seas
son on November 5, by defeating Tennyson. The quarter scores
were as folloWSz Elberfeldwlo-22e55-51, Tennyson-619-ll-24,
Harqis was the leading scorer with 15 points followed by Silva
Wit- 130 I I
November 12, Haubstadt handed the Elites their first defeat
as the Elite five couldn't seem to find the basket. Quarter
scores were Elberfeld-9-l5-17-27, Haubstadt-10-l7-24-30. Harris
led the scoring with 8 points followed by Silks and Potles who
got 7 points each. - -
ELBERFELD 56 NEWBURGH 46
November 19, this was another victory and a great thriller,
Newburgh led by a small margin at the end of each of the first
three quarters-9-63 19-171 62-27. In the last and final period
the Elttes started rOll1ng and had tied the score at 44 to 44 at
the end of the regular playing time. Elberfeld blew hot tn the
5 minute overtime by scoring l2 points, while holding the Wild-
cats to a single basket. -Harris pumped in 22 points for high
LYNNVILLE 50 ELBERFELD 43
November 25, the Lynnville Lindies came to Elberfeld and
handed the Elttes their second defeat of the season. Quarter
scores were Elberfeld-7420-62-45, Lynnville-16-28-56-50. Harris
got 16 points for the Elltes followed by Silks with 15.
MACKEY 28 ELBERFELD 27 .
December 6, this was another great game and a tough one to
lose. The Elttes got off to a slow start and were behind at the
end of the first quarter ll to 6. They came back in the second
and the score was tied at the Half, At the end of the third
quarter the Elites were two points ahead, but at the end of the
fourth quarter when the score really counted, the Elites found
themselves beaten by a score of 28 to 27. Silks was the leading
scorer with 12 potnts.
ELBERFELD 59 CERISNEY 56
December 10, the Elites won over Chrisney by s score of 59
to 56. The Elites took the lead in the first quarter and held
it through the entire gamer Harris scored 12 points for the mn-
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On Deo. 14, the Elites traveled to
the Poeies by a score of 41 to 39. The
the end of the first quarter by a score
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aeoring honors by hitting 8 field goals
a total of 18 points.
ELBERFELD 66 MILLTRSBURGH
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of 14 to 11. The Elites
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and two free throws for
On Dec. 17, Elberfeld defeated Millersburgh in easy fash-
ion by 9 score of 66 to 22. Parris and Silke esch got 15 points
followed by Sellers end Poiles with 12 end 8 ooints respectumiya
RICHLAND 60 ELEEPFELD 29
On Dec. 22, the Elite five traveled to Richland where they
were hended their worst defeat of the season as they were handb-
capped by playing in P small end badly lighted gym. The final
score was Richland 60, Elberfeld 29. Harris and Silke ,got 10
WADESVILLE 54 ELEEFFELD 22
On Jen. 7, the Elites traveled to Wsdesville only to be dr
feated 54 to 22. Elberfeld just cou1dn't break through the Red
Devils Zone defense ss is indicated by quarter scores-1-8-10-23
Wadesville had-6-15-22-54. Harris and Silke were high scorers
for the Elites with 9 and 8 points respectively,
fell to s very much improved Lynn-
to 29. Lynnville was ahead at ell
quarter margins by scores of 7 to 5, 22 to 10, 55 to 21, and 47
to 29. Harris was high scorer for the Elites with 11 points.
On Jen. 14, the Elites
ville five by a score of 4?
ELBERFELD 52 STENDAL 41
' On Jen. 18, Elberfeld defeated Stendal 52 to 41. Sellers
turned in a great game and scored a total of 18 points for the
?1ites. Quarter scores were Elberfeld 15-25-38-52, Stendel .ll-
CHANDLER 58 ELBERFELD 54
' On Jen. 21, the Chandler Panthers handed the Elltesenether
defeat by the smell margin of four points, 58 to 54.. Chandler
led at all Quarters by scores 9-7, 19-16, and 58 to 54. Harris
led the scoring with 16 points.
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Jan. 28-29: The Elites entered the tourney against the
only undefeated team in the County but managed to outsmart the
highly favored Chandler five by a score of 52 to 51. The 'Elite
quintet led at all quarters lO-7, 20-12 at halft1me,,28-27, and
32-31. Harris led the Elites to victory with 17 points.
The second game saw the Elites against the Tennyson Tigers
in which the Elites were never pressed throughout the .entire
game which is shovm by quarter scores 15-9, 50115, 43-25,52-39.
Speicher led the Elite scoring with 15 points followed by Hants
and Silke with 12 points each.
Our third game of the tourney matched us against the Boon-
ville Pioneers which was the final game of the tourney. The
highly favored Boonville quintet won the game and were again
County Champs by the small margin of 5 points 41 to 44. The
Pioneers led at the end of each Quarter 12e7Q.2Oel9, 52-26,Land
44-41. During the fourth quarter the Elites pulled ahead of the
Pioneers by 5 points but were unable to hold it as Harris was
having trouble with Charlie Horses, and fell by the wayside in
another heart breaking thriller of the Warrick Co. Tourney.Hare
ris led the attack by scoring 16 points.
ELBEFFELD 55 CYNTHIANA 41
Feb. 2. The Elites traveled to Cynthiana to trim the Annds
55 to 41. Throughout the first three quarters the score was nip
and tuck but the Anna's couldn't hold the steady pace, and the
Elltes came home with another victory. Harris again was leading
scorer with 22 points followed by Silks with l6..
CHANDLER 55 ELBEFFELD 25
On Feb. 4, Elberfeld traveled to Chandler to keepn from
breaking a contract. Coach Dauby wasn't taking any chances of
getting any of the boys hurt before the Sectional so we dlitook
it easy and Chandler won an easy victory by a score of 55 to 26
ELBERFELD 54 NEWEURGH 55
Feb. 11. The Elltes nosed out Newburgh by The small margin
of 1 point, 54 to 53. The scoring was distributed among I five
of the Elberfeld boys as follows: Harris 17, Silks ll, M11ee'I1
Speicher 8, Poiles 3, and Sellers 5.
SPURGEON 44 ELBERFELD 54
Feb. 15. The Elites met with defeat against the lSpurgeon
five on the Spurgeon floor by the score of 44 to 54. Again the
scoring was evenly distributed among all the team. Speicher and
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Feb. 18. In winding up the 1948-49 basketball :schedule
the Elberfeld Elites romped over the Folsomville Eagles 88to-54.
Scores at the quarters with Elberfeld out in front were 22 to 2,
55 to 7, 60 to 12, and 88 to 54.
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Don Harris, Senior Center, and Co Captain of the team had
a very successful season. He scored a total of 298 points for
the season, which was high for the team. This gave him the
honor of being the Elitss leading scorer for the past three
years. Don was also selected as the outstanding player of the
Warrick Co. Tourney this year.
Don Silks, Senior Ace Forward, and the other Co--Captain,
had a very good season this year also, scoring 212 points. Don
did an outstanding Job on rebounding, and made some ' very
needed points from that set shot: from the side. '
Charles Poiles, Junior Forward, scored 113 points for the
Elites. He was very good with those drive in lay up shots,and
stayed in there fighting until the game was over.
Roscoe Sellers, Sophomore Guard, scored a total of 102
points for the season. Roscoe is a very good guard and a hard
fighter, he was always in there pitching till the very end.
Kermit Miles, Junior, another guard scored 62 points.
Kermit was a good ball handler, who d1dn't shoot often, but
when he did shoot one of those long shots he usually made it
Royce Speicher, Junior Forward, scored 58 points. He was
a very dependable substitute. He was good with those one-
handed shots from anywhere on the floor. .
Jim Harbrison, Senior Guard,scored a total of 33 points,
Jim could always take careaof the ball and could drop in those
one handed shots from anywhere on the floor.
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13 games while losing 5 games by small margins. The seconds
scores a total of 605 points for the entire season for an awww
age of 33.5 points per game. Their opponents scores 397
points for the season for an average of 22 points per game.
Lonnie Langford scored 127 points for the season to lead the
second team scoring. The following are the scores of the
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