Elberfeld High School - Elite Yearbook (Elberfeld, IN)

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QC. 2 O 2 School Administration Town ....................... ......... E lberfeld Township ........ ,... .............. Greer County ............. ..... ........ , ..... ........... ........... W a r r ick State ....................................................... ....................................... I ndiana Year ............................................................. .................................. ............... 1 9 52 County Superintendent ............ .i ....... Harvey Hendrickson Township Trustee ..................... ........................ N orman Bertram School Advisory Board ............. ........,. ,,........,. A d olph Geiselman Q Alva Miller, Leroy Schultz Faculty Principal .1 ..,.................................................. .... Mathematics ..,......... ......................... . ........... . Commercial and Physical Ed. ......... . English and Latin .............. , ................. . Home Ec and Physical Ed ........... Music and 7th and 8th ............................ Social Studies and Biology ..................,.... ..... Industrial Arts and 7th and 8th ......... , ........ 5th and 6th ........................................................ 3rd and 4th ..................................................... 2nd and 3rd ......... lst ............................. William Baker William Baker Max Cain Martin Blesch Mary K. Holtz Evelyn Ketcham Robert Ahrens . Wilburn Kifer Wilfred Wheaton Mary Colvin .. Dollie Hebbeler .... Bertha Morris Editor ................................................... Assft. Editor .............................. STAFF Buslness Manager ............................... Ass't. Business Manager Class History ..................................... School Calendar .......................... Class Prophecy ............ Class Will .................,.............. Class Characteristics ........ Society Editor .................... Class Degrees ............... Sports Editor ..... ..................... Ass't. Sports Editor ........... Biographies .................................... Picture Arrangement ............ Typists ............................................ Sponsor ..................................... Doris Walker Barbara Holmes James Miller . Clyde Stratman Dolores Niederhaus Barbara Arendell .. Sharon Trible James Anderson Eddie McDaniel Jess Butcher Gyneath Gwaltney Dewey Colbert Gerald Thene Everyone Senior Girls Senior Class Mr. Baker he Mr. Norman E. Bertram, Trustee ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To Spieth Studio of Olney, Illinois, who took the pictures, provided the Annual covers, and put the Annuals together. To The Farina News, Farina, Illinois, for printing the Annuals. 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Qiiliil 0000000 We're the guys who give the word, f,',',',',',',f We hope you do agreeg v We're glad that you have come to school 'o'o'o'o'o'o'oj 0 0 0 0 0 0 Quoin 0 For knowledge here is free. ',',',',',',',' fojojojofojojo o o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,o,o,o,o,o,o 0, . ,o,o,o,o no onto 601 0 0 0 o'o'o'o'o'o o.0.c.0.0.0.o.o wwixxv 0' Q 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 KNOWLEDGE!! ' o'o'o'o'o'o'oj 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,o,o,o,o,no, 0 Q 0 0000 ppgpqpq 0 0 PVUNCJPA1. FFICULTY wa QE- 1952 4715. 11 4714 ki 411 V 4 Wm 6'4z2z Q? Wa? I X f nv Nm W v- -. 3 + ., 1 ,L . Q 1 i, 5-.u yr G A Q . mf 1 1 2' xi- ev I g . Q lr: m ,L Z., 5: 'x uf rl. .4 A L, m Q 6 1,, ,. ggi? ' if wi. Q Em Our Teachers WILLIAM A. BAKER 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. Degree in 1928. He received the A.M. Degree from Indiana University in 1933 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 at Leland Stanford University. Mr. Baker has taught for 23 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 Qlndianaj High School for two years and principal for one year. He was principal of the Almo High School CMontgomery Countyj for six years, principal at Kingman fFountain County! one year after which he returned to Montgomery County and served as principal of 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 instructor in the Graduate School of Education at Indiana State Teachers College for four consecutive summers. This is Mr. Baker's fourth 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 in 1933 with a B.S. Degree. He has done all 29 years of his teaching in Greer Township. He has coached the grade team and high school team during his teaching career. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE WILBURN KIFER graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1918. He attended the Central Normal College at Danville, Indiana, for one year. He received his B.S. Degree from the Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute, Indiana. He has taught for twenty-two years, five years in Vanderburgh County, one year at Mackey and the remainder at Elberfeld School. He has coached the grade team for five years. HOME ECONOMICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MARY KATHRYN HOLTZ graduated from Tell City High School in 1940. She attended Indiana University and graduated in August, 1943 with a B.S. Degree. Having taught at Troy, Indiana, for two years, she journeyed to the Hawaiian Islands. There she accepted a position with the Department of Public Instruction, where she taught in the Public Schools. She then came back to the States, where she went to Corydon, Indiana, to teach for one year. This is her second year at Elberfeld. fContinued on next pagej Our Teachers COMMERCIAL AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAX CAIN graduated from Decker Chapel High School in 1943. He graduated from Oakland City College in 1951 with a B.S. Degree and he is teaching his first year at Elberfeld High School. SOCIAL STUDIES AND BIOLOGY ROBERT BRUCE AHRENS graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1946. He then attended Evansville College, Evansville, Indiana, where he received a B.S. Degree in Education. He then returned to Elber- feld to begin his teaching career. This is his second year. MUSIC AND SEVENTH ANDAEIGHTH GRADE EVELYN C. KETCHAM graduated from Wheatonland High School in 1920. She graduated from Indiana State Teachers College in 1926. Evelyn taught Music in Monroe City, Indiana, and Dugger, Indiana. She was Supervisor of Ssawswick Township, Bedford, Indiana. She began her teaching at Elberfeld in 1939 until 1942. Evelyn started teaching again this year. -: '- 1ve'f 'm,. Nz ' ' 1 - '4 'i"G4'f 1 5 5 am W 4 1 1 wk '.-'wg ,L .rl mn- 5. I A SENIORS A041 'z e X ' J ' AVT 5 fl if Q We're called the "Seniors of '52," We hail from Elberfeld High, We've done our work and had our fun, And so we say good-bye. 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The twenty-one "Green Freshies" were: Ronald Oster, Gordon Limp, Jim Enlow, Clyde Stratman, Jim Miller, James Anderson, Dewey Colbert, Eugene Green, Gerald Thene, Donald Sellers, Jess Butcher, Bill Hurt, Dolores Campbell, Addie Stewart, Bar- bara Arendell, Gyneath Gwaltney, Sharon Deneke, Betty Miles, Doris Walker, Barbara Hadfield and Nellie Houghton. During the year we lost three members, Barbara Hadfield and Betty Miles, who are going to Reitz, and Nellie Houghton, who quit school. We gained two students in the second semester, Belvia Scott, who came from Central, and Max Mikell, who came from Memorial. Now we are back for our Sophomore year with eighteen students. During our Sophomore year we lost three students, Jim Enlow, Max Mikell and Belvia Scott, who quit. We gained two new students, Betty Hurt from Central and Barbara Holmes from Bosse. Back again for our Junior year, we have seventeen in our class. Bill Hurt and Betty Hurt moved away, and Gordon Limp dropped out of our class in the last half of our Junior year. We gained one student, Eddie McDaniel, who came here from Memorial. During our Junior year we had quite a lot of excitement. We had our magazine sale in order to give a Junior-Senior Banquet. Then we gave our Junior Class Play, "Comin' Round the Mountain", so all in all we had a very successful Junior year. Now we are "Dignified Seniors". Out of the twenty-one students that we started with here are sixeen "Dignified Seniors" left to graduate. They are as follows: Jess Butcher. Ronald Oster, Dewey Colbert, Eddie McDaniel, Clyde Stratman, Donald Sellers, Gerald Thene, James Ander- son, Jim Miller, Eugene Green, Gyneath Gwaltney, Dolores Niederhaus, Barbara Arendell, Doris Walker, Barbara Holmes and Sharon Trible. Now is the time for the "Seniors of 1952" to bid old E. H. S. a fond farewell. We have all enjoyed the years we have spent here. So to all the students and teachers we say, HFAREWELL AND BEST WISHES TO EACH AND EVERYONE." Written by Dolores Campbell Niederhaus Biographies JAMES JOSEPH ANDERSON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, was born on March 19, 1933, in Evansville, Indiana. He lived there for five years and then he moved to his present home, two miles west of Elberfeld. James went to grade school at Scott Township School. He started to sclhool at Elberfeld, when he was a Freshman and finished his educa- tion ere. He was on the basketball team for four years. James played the part of "Ed Small" in the Junior Class Play, and he also participated in the Senior Class Play. He was Vice-President of his class in his Senior year and he was on the Annual staff. BARBARA LOU ARENDELL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Arendell, was born on July 5, 1934, in Elberfeld. She received all twelve years of her education at Elberfeld. J Barbara has been a member of the Glee Club for six years and she has been a mzember of the Sunshine Society for four years. She served as Vice-President of the S. S. Society in her Junior year and President in her Senior year. She was Secretary of her class in her Freshman year and Treasurer in her Sophomore year. She participated in "The Beauty Contest" and "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel". She had the part of "Doris Dean" in the Junior Class Play and a part in the Senior Class Play. Barbara also kept the school calendar for the Annual. JESS EDWARD BUTCHER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Butcher, was born on May 20, 1933, in Elberfeld. He received all twelve years of his education at Elberfeld. Jess has been a member of the basketball team for four years. He played the part of "Zeke" in the Junior Class Play. Jess was Senior candi- date for king of the Fall Festival. He was appointed to the Annual staff in his Senior year. DOLORES ILLENE NIDERHAUS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell, was born on March 6, 1934, in Evansville. She attended Baker and Centennial grade schools in Evansville. She enrolled at Elber- feld in the last half of the eighth grade and completed her education here. She was a member of the Glee Club and the Sunshine Society for four years. Dolores was Secretary of the Glee Club in her Senior year, Secretary of her class in her Junior year, Vice-President of her class in her Sophomore year and candidate for "Fall Festival Queen". Dolores played the part of "Corney Belle" in the Junior Play. She also participated in "The Beauty Contest" and "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel". Dolores was typist for the school newspaper and she wrote the Class History for the Annual. Biographies DEWEY BILL COLBERT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Colbert, was born on September 27, 1932, in Boonville. He went to Buckskin School for seven years and then moved to Elberfeld, where he started in the eighth grade and finished his school career. Dewey has been a member of the Glee Club for four years. He also served as student manager for four years. Dewey was stage manager for the Junior Play and during his Senior year he was sports editor for the Elite. . ill-.iv SHARON RAE TRIBLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Deneke, was born on December 16, 1934, one-half mile north of Elberfeld. She received all twelve years of her education at Elberfeld. Sharon has been a member of the Glee Club for six years,-a mem- ber of the orchestra for five years, and a member of the Sunshine Society for four years. She served as a class officer for four years, and as Secre- tary of the Sunshine Society during her Senior year. She was candidate for Fall Festival Queen during her Freshman year. Sharon played the role of "Dizzy Mae" in the Junior Play. She also participated in "The Beauty Contest", "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel" and the Senior Play. - . ..- EUGENE GREEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Henry Green, was born on June 5, 1933, at Elberfeld. When Eugene was three his father died and his family moved to Stanley, Indiana. Eugene received all twelve years of his education at Elberfeld. Eugene has been a member of the basketball team for six years, two years in grade school and four years in high school. In his Senior year he was appointed to the Annual staff. ,i....l-..-,- GYNEATH LORENE GWALTNEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Gwaltney, was born on August 8, 1933, eight miles northeast of Elberfeld. She moved to Gibson County, where .she enrolled at Buckskin School. She then moved back to Greer Township, entered Elberfeld School in the sixth grade and completed her school career. Gyneath was a member of the Glee Club for four years. She took part in "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel" and "The Beauty Contest". In the Junior Play she played the part of "Ellie Lou". Gyneath wrote the class degrees for the Annual in her Senior year. ' Biographies BARBARA MARIE HOLMES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Holmes, was born on September 5, 1934, in Constantine, Michigan. Bar- bara changed schools a dozen times, before she entered Elberfeld in Feb- ruary of '50 in her Sophomore year and finished her school career. Barbara has been a member of the Sunshine Society and the Glee Club. She was Treasurer of her class in her Junior year and Secretary in her Senior year. She was candidate for Fall Festival Queen in her Junior year and Senior year. In her Junior year she also played the part of "Maw" in the Junior Play. Barbara was appointed Assistant Editor of the Annual in her Senior year and she participated in the Senior Play. PAUL EDWARD McDANIEL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. McDaniel, was born on June 18, 1934, in Evansville. He attended Howard Roosa School and then moved to St. Phillips where he went through the second grade and then moved back to Evansville. Paul graduated from the eighth grade at Chestnut-Walnut School. He then entered Central High School as a Freshman. During his Freshman year he was a member of the Central Glee Club and he took part in the operetta, "The Mikado". His Sophomore year was spent at Memorial and his Junior year he enter- ed Elberfeld. Paul has been active in .sports in his Junior year and Senior year. He was a member of the -Glee Club in his Senior year and he was appoint- ed to the Annual staff. JAMES ROY MILLER, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Miller, was born on September 2, 1933, in Evansville. He entered school at Lodge in the first grade, from there he went to Columbia. Jim entered Henry Reis in the third grade and then entered Elberfeld in the fourth grade, where he finished the rest of his school career. Jim was active in sports and Glee Club work throughout his four years of high school. He played the part of "Paw" in the Junior Play, participated in the Senior Play and was President of his class in his Junior year. Jim took care of the movie projector all through his high school career. He was Editor of the school paper in his Senior year and was appointed to the Annual staff as Business Manager. JOHN RONALD OSTE'R, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Oster, was born on June 8, 1934, in Boonville. At the age of three months he 'moved to Evansville, and stayed there until he was ten years old. He then moved to a small business establishment three miles northeast of Elberfeld. Ronald started to school at E. H. S. in the sixth grade and finished his school career here. Ronald was a member of the orchestra for four years, from '45 until '49. He was in the Glee Club during his Freshman year, class Presi- dent in his Freshman year, Reporter when he was a Sophomore and class President again in his Senior year. He took care of the movie projector part of the time during his high school career. He took part in "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel" and the Junior Play. He was appointed to the staff of the Annual and the school paper during his Senior year. Q Biographies . DONALD SELLERS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sellers, was born on December 30, 1933, six miles northeast of Elberfeld. He received all twelve years of his education at Elberfeld. 1 Donald has been active in sports for six years, two years in grade school and four years in high school. He has been a member of the Glee Club for two years, during this time he took part in "The Georgia Jubilee Minstrel". During his Junior year he played the part of "Curlie" in the Junior Play, "Comin' Round the Mountain". Donald was on the staff of the school paper and the staff of the Annual during his Senior year. CLYDE STRATMAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stratman, was born on September 17, 1933, one fmile west of Elberfeld. At the age of three he moved to Earl, Indiana. He later attended Scott School and then moved back to Elberfeld where he finished his school career. Clyde was in the Glee Club for four years. He took part in the Junior Play and also participated in the Senior Play. During his Senior year he was on the school paper staff and the Annual staff. GERALD LEE THENE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thene, was born on July 14, 1933, in Elberfeld. He has received all twelve years of his edu- cation at Elberfeld. Gerald has been active in sports during his high school career and he has been a member of the Glee Club. During his Senior year he worked on the school paper, was appointed to the Annual staff and participated in the Senior Play. 11 DORIS JEAN WALKEIR, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Walker, was born on November 16, 1934, near Central City, Kentucky. She attend- ed two grade schools, Central City Grade School and Mount Elliot Grade School in Detroit, Michigan, before she entered the sixth grade at Elber- feld, where she finished her school career. . Doris was a member of the Glee Club for six years and a member of the Sunshine Society for four years. She was President of her class in her Sophomore year, Treasurer in her Senior year and also Treasurer of the Sunshine Society. She participated in the operetta "The Beauty Contest", played the part of "Carol Hughes" in the Junior Play and also participated in the Senior Play. During her Senior year she was appointed editor of the Annual. ' Class Prophecy Over the loud speaker came this message: time, 9:00 'o'clock p.m., date, December 31, 1962. Plane leaving for New York at gate five. As the passengers board the plane a young stewardess greets them. She sees that they are made comfortable for the trip. Hours pass and the Statue of Liberty is soon in view. A few minutes later the stewardess asks the passengers to fasten their safety belts as they are approaching La Guardia airport. Due to the fact that the plane has been grounded for a period of twelve hours, the stewardess took a taxi to uptown New York. She walked to a garage to rent a car for the day. As she walked into the garage a tall, goodlooking man greeted her and to her surprise it was Dewey Colbert, now the owner of this large garage, one of her classmates of '52. Dewey Bill in- formed her that more of her former E. H. S. classmates also lived in New York. She made arrangements at once to see them. A few hours later our stewardess is attending a baseball game at Yankee Stadium. The New York Yankees are playing the Brooklyn Dodgers. After the game was over she went to the dugout to congratulate the winning pitcher, Eugene Green. They were talking and Eugene and his wife igvited her out to dinner, so he suggested that they go to the Stork Clu . Soft music is playing, the food is delicious and they were seated at a ring side table, because two of our former classmates, Doris Walker and Barbara Arendell are the proud owners of the club. Doris and Barbara joined them for a while, but then had to leave because some important business had come up. After they were through eating, Eugene and his wife drove the stewardess back to Dewey's garage to rent a car to drive to Newark, New Jersey. When she arrived at Newark she decided to stop and do some shopping. As she was walking along the street the stewardess met Dolores Campbell, or as it is now, Dolores Neiderhaus. She told her that she, her husband, and children were living on the outskirts of Newark. The stewardess and Dolores had some laughs about their high school days, then the stewardess parted with her and started back to the airport. When the stewardess arrived at the airport she sent Ronald Oster, another former classmate, a telegram to tell him to meet her at the air- port in Miami, Florida. The plane then left New York for Florida. After a few hours of flying they landed at Miami. After all the passengers had departed from the plane the stewardess went into the coffee shop where she was to meet Ronald. As she walked in she saw Ronald, Arlene and three wonderful children. After she had talked with them for a while she learned that they lived in a large home on the shore line, and that Ronald was now a famous painter. They insisted the stewardess go out to dinner with them, but the plane left in an hour for Lexingon, so she kindly refused. iContinued on next pageb Class Prophecy A few minutes later the stewardess was helping the passengers on to the plane for their flight to Lexington. On the plane the stewardess overheard an interesting conversation about a basket ball game involving the U of K. As the stewardess was very interested in basket ball she de- cided she would attend the game. The fact that they would not leave Lexington until 12:00 o'clock p.m., she would have enough time to see the game. When they reached the airport she took a cab to the gym. She bought her ticket at once and went to her seat. As soon as she was seated the game started. She sat there looking at the game and she noticed a familiar face. The stewardess looked again and saw it was Donald Sellers, a former classmate of E. H. S., who is now head coach of U. K. She could very well see how he became head coach of U. K. because he was very interested in the game at high school. After the game she went to talk with Donnie. They were talking about some of their former classmates and Donnie told her that Barbara Holmes, or Mrs. John Reeb, lived in McCutchanville. Donnie then said he had to go to the dressing room with his players, the stewardess bid him goodbye and went back to the airport. She then called Barbara and asked her to meet her at the airport in Evansville. When she reached Evansville Barbara was there to meet her, Barbara then insisted on her going home with her for dinner. When they were driving home in her cadillac she said she now lived in McCutchan- ville and had two children. After they arrived at her home and had a de- licious dinner, Barbara told her that three other classmates of E. H. S. lived in Evansville. Barbara drove the stewardess to Deaconess Hospital to see Gyneath Gwaltney. As they walked in the hospital a young nurse met them.. The stewardess immediately recognized Gyneath. Barbara and the stewardess stayed with Gyneath for a while, then Barbara suggested that they go see James Anderson. They then went to Servel where James Anderson is President. When they went into his office the secretary said they could go right in. As they walked through the door they saw a tall, Well dressed man sitting behind the desk. The stewardess learned that Jim was married and had three lovely children of which he was very proud. After they left Jim, they went to eat lunch. When they walked into the cafe they saw Gerald Thene and he asked them to have lunch with him. After they ordered, the stewardess asked Gerald what he did now. He said that he owned the Courier and Press and that he was not married, but engaged to a wonderful girl. Gerald has really come up, when they were in school he was just a paper boy for the Courier and Press. CContinued on next pagej Class Prophecy It was then time for the stewardess to be back to the airport, so Barbara drove her there. The plane was going to Chicago, so she thought she would try and look up James Miller. When the plane arrived in Chicago, she took a cab to the Wrigley Building, where Jim was a prom- inent lawyer. As she walked down the hall she saw written on a door, "James Miller, Attorney at Law". Just as she walked into his office he was leaving for the court room. He asked her to join him. As they were walking through the hall he said that he was now married to a lovely model. The stewardess only stayed for a few minutes at the court room, then she reported back to the airport. The plane left in an hour for St. Louis. After all the passengers were aboard the plane left. They arrived in St. Louis at 2:00 p.m. They didn't leave for Dallas, Texas, until 9:00 o'clock so she decided to do some window shopping. As she was walking by one of the large depart- ment stores she saw a familiar face and she looked again and saw it was Jess Butcher. The stewardess went over to greet him and Jess was very surprised to see her. He asked the stewardess if he could show her around his store. After they had walked around the store, she went back to the airport, where the plane was just about ready to leave for Dallas. When the plane reached Dallas, the stewardess took a cab out to the R Sn C Ranch which Clyde now owned. When she arrived there, Clyde, his wife, Rosemary, and their three children came out to meet her. After she was there a while she learned that the only classmate that she hadn't seen was Eddie McDaniel, who was now a general in the Air Force and was stationed in California. After they had eaten dinner Clyde drove the stewardess back to the airport. The plane left in an hour for California. After they arrived in California, the stewardess went to see Eddie. She and Eddie had talked for a while and she learned that he was married to a Waf. and they were both stationed at the same base. You probably have guessed who the stewardess is by now, but if you haven't, she is Sharon Trible, another Senior of '52 at Elberfeld. Sharon is quiting her job as a stewardess to go to Pennsylvania to meet her husband, Terry Trible, where they have a large new home awaiting them. . Written by Sharon Trible -- rf Class Poem Our studies are upg the future is bright, Our minds are full and fitg We're on our own after tonight, Let's make the best of it. The world is getting all war torn, Our boys may have to go, P But their minds are full of knowledge So they won't mind it so. If the army doesn't take them The boys will be so glad, Let's look at the class of '52 And see just what we had. First there's Clyde and Jess, Great iarmers they will beg Donald and James Anderson Will own a factory. Now probably old Jim Miller As a lawyer will be grand, And Dewey and McDaniel will Have a popcorn stand. Gerald Thene will own a newspaper, Green will be his copy boy, And I, Ronald Oster, won't amount to much, For I'm a lazy boy. Now for the Senior girls! This is what they'll do: Doris will travel around the world And so will Barbara Lou. In our class we have two housewives, Dolores Niederhaus aniSharon Trible. They will spend the re of their lives Making their husbands happy - not irritable Barbara H. will be a housewife too And have a little kid or two 5 Gyneath's ambition is to be a nurse And this is the end of this little verse. By John R. Oster H... ,-,f-Q Class Will We, the class of 1952, of the city of Elberfeld, of Warrick County, the state of Indiana, being of sound mind and body CYD, with the exception of test time, will the following things to our friends and classmates. We claim this to be our last will and testament of our well being. First, we will to our teachers the following hopes: Mr. Baker, we will the right to have a neater office next year. Blesch, we will the right to have a smarter English class Mr. next year. A 1 Mr. Cain, we will the right to have a spelling class. Mr. Kifer, the right to have a better Industrial Arts Shop. Mr. Ahrens, the right to have a better grade team. Mrs. Holtz, the right to have a modern Home Economics department. Mrs. Ketcham, the right to have a larger Glee Club. ' Second, we will to the classes: First, we will to the Freshmen the right to grow up someday. To the Sophomore class the right to beat the Seniors of 1953, in the class tourney. To the Junior class, we will the right to look like Seniors. To the cooks at dear old E. H. S., we thank you for your patience and will you the right to have the same patience with the Seniors of '53. We, the Senior boys and girls of '52, that worked so hard in making the dirt room into the paper room, will the Seniors next year the right to put out the school paper, if they are able and willing. We, the class of '52, will the following to the students: I, Ronald Oster, will my gifofessional ability to tear up a car in six months to Richard Lochmueller. I, Barbara Arendell, will my right to be President of the Sunshine Club to Sharon Poiles. I, Doris Walker, will my right to be Editor of the Annual to Eugene Wheaton. I, Eugene Green, will my place on the first five to Richard Loch- mueller, in his Sophomore year. CContinued on next page! Class Will I, Sharon Trible, will my tallness to Arlene Halwes. I, Gerald Thene, will my tallness to Tom Derrington. I, Jim Anderson, will my tallness of 6'3" to anybody who wants git. I, Dolores Niederhaus, will my right to go steady to Nigra Lea Roberts. I , Jess Butcher, will my red hair to Donald Moore. I, Clyde Stratman, will my right to drive to school to Donnie Thene. I, Jim Miller, will my right to be business manager to Doris Skelton. I, Donnie Sellers, will my right to be captain of the first team to Russell Menke. I, Dewey Colbert, will my right to go to Warrenton every Saturday night to Eugene Wheaton. I, Gyneath Gwaltney, will my long hair to Angella Aigner. I, Eddie McDaniel, will the right to give my girl a diamond in m-y Senior year to Jack Harris. I, Barbara Holmes, will the right to be Ass't. Editor of the Annual to Bonnie Whitsell. Thanks to dear old E. H. S. for trying to make us the best. Signed this day thereof: . James J. Anderson Lawyer Class Degrees Flirtiest girl .......... Flirtiest boy ........... Smartest girl ........ Smartest boy ............ Shyest girl ..... -. Shyest boy .............. Stubbornest girl ..- ...... . Stubbornest boy ........... Shortest girl ......... Shortest boy .......... Tallest girl .. .... , Tallest boy .............. Best singer girl ........... Best singer boy ............ ., ..... Sharon Trible Ronald Oster Doris Walker ...- .... -.- .... -.. Jim Miller Gyneath Gwaltney Eddie McDaniel Dolores Niederhaus ..- ........... Ronald Oster Dolores Niederhaus Jess Butcher Barbara Holmes Gerald Thene Barbara Arendell Ronald Oster Most tardy ............................. ...................... J im Miller Most likely to succeed Most athletic boy ............. . Friendliest girl ......... Friendliest boy ..... ,. Quietest girl .......... Quietest boy ........... Neatest girl ................. Neatest boy ...................... Most punctual girl ........... Most punctual boy .......... Dolores Niederhaus Donnie Sellers Barbara Holmes Dewey Colbert Gyneath Gwaltney Eddie McDaniel Sharon Trible Eddie McDaniel ., ........ Doris Walker Jess Butcher Most m-annerly girl I ............ .......... B arbara Arendell Most mannerly boy ......... ............ D ewey Colbert Best personality girl .......... .......... B arbara Arendell Class clown .......................... ..., ..... Ronald Oster CContinued on next pagej G Q Class Degrees Temper girl ............. ..... ......... D o lores Niederhaus Temper boy ........ , ....... , ............................... ............... C lyde Stratman Most picked on by the teachers ......... ...... - ..... B arbara Holmes Most picked on by the teachers ............ ............ D onnie Sellers Biggest feet boy .... Smallest feet girl .. Smallest feet boy ........ , ................ , ....... Most forgetful girl Most forgetful boy Girl's ideal ......... ..... Boy's ideal .......................... Most dignified girl Most dignified boy Most bashful girl ......... Most bashful boy ......... Sleepiest ..................... Gerald Thene Sharon Trible Jess Butcher Doris Walker Eugene Green James Anderson Barbara Holmes Barbara Arendell , ....... Clyde Stratman Gyneath Gwaltney James Anderson Eddie McDaniel By Gyneath Gwaltney NAME Barbara A. Doris Sharon Barbara H. Delores Gyneath Clyde Ronald Donald Eugene Jess Eddie Gerald James A. Jim M. Dewey NAME Barbara A. Doris S haron Barbara H. Delores Gyneath Clyde Donald Ronald Eugene Jess Eddie Gerald James A. Dewey Jim M. Class Characteristics SAYING Holy Cow Gee Whiz My Cow Boy, oh boy I don't care Did you? You bet What's it to you ? Whatta ya know Huh Ya don't say Who cares? No ya. don't You know it too Just let me tell y OU NOTED FOR Blue Eyes Smartness Short Hair Good Looks Smallness Long Hair Laughing Sillyness Basketball Grinning Red Hair Curly Hair Being Clumsy Tallness Being Late Good Time You don't know do you? NICKNAME Bobbie Dorsie Pete Bobbie Dee Speedy Dutman Bill Cricket Buster Egg Head Ed Goliath Jimmie Joe Frosty Andy LIKELY TO BE Old Maid President of U. S. Housewife f Housewife Housewife Housewife Car Salesman P. F. C. Doctor Married Man Farmer Factory Worker Undertaker Bachelor Mechanic Politician AMBITION Secretary Teacher Housewife Secretary Housewife Nurse Truck Driver Jet Pilot Mechanic U. S. Air Force Farmer Bricklayer Newspaperman Married Man To Be Rich Air Force PASTIME Talking Dreaming Talking Acting Silly Thinking of Gilbert Acting Silly Driving Picking on girls Sleeping Writing Notes Fishing Hunting Delivering papers Drawing Stock Car Racing Racing Class Favorites NAME FAVORITE SONG FAVORITE SINGER Jim Miller Barbara Holmes Sharon Trible Dewey Colbert Donnie Sellers Clyde Stratman Doris Walker Barbara Arendell Gerald Thene Jess Butcher Dolores Niederhaus Gyneath Gwaltney "I Like Girls" "I'll Get By" "Stardust" "Be My Life's Companion llcryll Hsin!! "Tell Me Why" "Garden In The Rain" "Cold, Cold Heart" "Rose, Rose I Love You" "Tennessee Blues" "My Best To You" Jerry Lewis Bing Crosby Tony Martin " Mill Bros. Johnie Rae Mill Bros. Frankie Laine Perry Como Hank Williams Guy Mitchell Pattie Page Perry Como Eugene Green "Detour" Pattie Page Jim Anderson "I Love You Because" Frank Sinatra Ronald Oster "Cry"' Johnie Rae NAME FAVORITE ACTOR FAVORITE ACTRESS Jim Miller Dean Martin Doris Day and Jerry Lewis Dewey Colbert James Cagney Doris Day Doris Walker Barbara Arendell Barbara Holmes Sharon Trible Gyneath Gwaltney Dolores Niederhaus Donnie Sellers Clyde Stratman Gerald Thene Jess Butcher Eugene Green Ronald Oster Jim Anderson Robert Stack Robert Taylor John Wayne Van Johnson Clark Gable John Wayne Jerry Lewis John Wayne Cary Grant Gary Cooper Bing Crosby Lex Barker Humphrey Bogart . BY Debria Paget l Judy Holiday Judy Holiday .lane Wyman Betty Hutton Liz Taylor Betty Hutton Shirley Temple Betty Grable Liz Taylor Betsy Drake Ava Gardner Lauren Bacall Jim Miller Can You Imagine Elberfeld, Indiana with a new high school building. Elberfeld, with a new fire truck. Mr. Baker not making a speech every morning. Mr. Blesch not teaching school. Mr. Cain without a grin on his face. Mr. Ahrens teaching a driving trainer course at E. H. S. Mr. Kifer not talking about a better school. Mrs. Ketcham without an idea in her head. Mrs. Holtz not talking on the phone. All the teachers being perfectly satisfied with their students Ronald Oster with a new Dodge. James Anderson not being serious. Barbara Holmes not talking about her feller. Doris Walker not making straight A's. Sharon Trible not being full of meanness. Dewey Colbert acting like he had a brain in his head. James Miller not driving like Barney Oldfield. Barbara Arendell not talking about boys. Dolores Niederhaus without Gilbert. Gerald Thene not delivering the newspaper. Donald Sellers not playing basketball. Gyneath Gwaltney with short hair. Clyde Stratman not going with Rosemary. Eddie McDaniel not being engaged. Jess Butcher with a bald head. Eugene Green not talking to Norma Jean. Class Song of '52 fTune of Slowpokeb We kept the teachers waiting 'Till they got aggravated We were slowpokes. They taught and scolded, But it never seemed to molded In our brains, here. Why should they keep trying to change us, It wasn't the thing to do, Cause we were just naturally slowpokes, too. Seniors speaking - iBut we finally made it.J Senior Class Play The Senior Class presented their play, "X Marks The Spot", April 4, 1952, in the school gym. Their sponsor was Mr. Robert Ahrens. The cast of characters were as follows: Achilles .................................................................................... James Anderson Serpentina ........ Q ...................,.......................................... Dolores Niederhaus Ophelia Coots ................ ............ B arbara Holmes Madame Berteaux ......... ............. S haron Trible Gabby Garson ................ ........ J ames Miller Joe ....,. ............. ,,..,............ ........,... D o n ald Sellers Deedee Daniels ........ .......... B arbara Arendell Nila Berteaux ............... .............. D 'oris Walker Arthur Doloman .......... ..........., J ess Butcher Dan Carpenter ........ ........ C lyde Stratman La Barbe ................. ........... D ewey Colbert Buck Lafferty .......... .......... R onald Oster JUNIOR - SENIOR RECEPTION The annual Junior - Senior Reception was held on May 2, 1952. BACCALAUREATE The Baccalaureate services were held in the Zions Evangelical and Reformed Church, on May 4, 1952. The speaker was Rev. A. A. Susott. COMMENCEMENT The Commencement Exercises were held in the school gymnasium on May 8, 1952. The speaker was Dr. Mearl P. -Culver. The awards were given for the best scholar in high school and for the best sportsmanship in basketball. Junior Class History We entered E. H. S. September 6, 1949 with fourteen "Green Freshies". They were: Angella Aigner, Janice Kost, Donnie Thene, Nigra Lea Roberts, Bonnie Whitsell, Sharon Poiles, Gilbert Humphrey, Edward Kiegel, Doris Skelton, Darrell Skelton, Roy Voyles, Eugene Wheaton, Clenneth Besing and Warren Roettger. We received one new student, James Cheshire, who came to us from Memorial. During the year we lost one member, Gilbert Humphrey, who moved to Evansville, and is now attending Central. We started to school September 3, 1950, with fourteen "Silly Sophomores". They were: Angella Aigner, Janice Kost, Donnie Thene, Sharon Poiles, Bonnie Whitsell, Nigra Lea Roberts, Edward Kiegel, Doris Skelton, Darrell Skelton, 'Roy Voyles, Eugene Wheaton, Clenneth Besing, James Cheshire and Warren Roettger. We received one new member, Bonnilee Besing, from Central. We received our class rings this year. This, our Junior year, we have thirteen students. We lost Warren Roettger, who quit. The activities of this year were: the class play, "The Ready Made Family", the magazine sales and the Junior and Senior Ban- quet. We also received our blue and gray class sweaters. Junior Class Play The Junior class gave their play, "A Ready Made Family", in the school gym, on the night of October 30, 1951. Their sponsor was Mr. Martin Blesch. The cast of characters were as follows: Nicodemus .................................................................................,, Roy Voyles Begonia ........... .......... S haron Poiles Gracie ......................... ........ B onnie Whitsell Marilee ............................ .....,.... A ngella Aigner Henery Turner ............ ............ C lenneth Besing Bob ........... - ...................... . ......... Eugene Wheaton Agnes ......................... .........., B onnilee Besing Aunt Lydia ........ -. .......................... Nigra Lea Roberts Doris ................................. .... . ................... . ....................... J anice Kost Samlmie ............................... ...........................,................. D arrell Skelton Stage Managers ........... ........... D onnie Thene, Doris Skelton Sophomore Class History We began our Freshman year of 1950 with twenty-one students. They were: Rose Barnett, Lowell Bethe, Jerry Bugg, Mildred Butcher, Larry Clemons, Tom Derrington, Audrey Durham, Adrain Gwaltney, Arlene Halwes, John Hammel, Richard Johns, fRuth Ann Kuhlenschmidt, Sarah Mae Lockhart, Jackie Nicholson, Bob Oster, Kenneth Parton, Harriet Peach, Arlie Reed, Shirley Ann Thene, Gayle Williams and Carolyn Zehner. During the year we lost four members. Audrey Durham, who quit school, Jerry Bugg and Harriet Peach, who moved to Evansville and are now attending Bosse, and Rose Barnett, who is now attending Central. We began our Sophomore year of 1951 with nineteen students. They are: Lowell Bethe, Jerry Bugg, Mildred Butcher, Larry Clemons, Tom Derrington, Gerald Farny, Adrain Gwaltney, Arlene Halwes, John Hammel, Ruth Ann Kuhlenschmidt, Jewell Lee, Sara Mae Lockhart, Jackie Nicholson, Bob Oster, Kenneth Parton, Shirley Ann Thene, Robert Thomas, Gayle Williams and Carolyn Zehner. We have four new students. They were: Jerry Bugg, who moved back to Evansville, to attend Reitz, Jewell Lee, who moved back to Kentucky and Kenneth Parton, who is now attending Reitz, Freshmen Class History The "Green Freshies" entered the halls of E. H. S. September 5, 1951. A new member has been added to the class. Logan Kolle moved to Elberfeld from Millersburg. The class is composed of twenty-one mem- bers. They are: Faye Butcher, Harold Cleveland, Bill Cutteridge, Doral Daubs, Dallas Flener, Jackie Harrie, Lois Houghton, Logan Kolle, Norma Kolle, Richard Lochmueller, Clarice Lockhart, Margaret Mabrey, Russel Menke, Floyd Miller, Dallas Peck, Jeanette Seitz, Alfred Tapper, Carol Thene, Carol Taylor, Ralph Walker and Betty Welborn. Class Calendar 1951-52 SEPTEMBER 4 - First day of school. 5 - Barbara Holmes' 17th Birthday. 12 - First Sunshine Meeting. 12 - Seniors first class meeting. 17 - Sophomores ordered class rings. 17 - Clyde Stratman's 18th Birthday. 19 -- Sophomore's class party. 21 - Junior's class party. 24 - Freshmen's rough initiation for Sunshine. 27 - Dewey Colbert's 19th Birthday. OCTOBER 1 - Sunshine Formal Initiation. 12 - Juniors ordered class sweaters. 19 - Fall Festival. 23 - Senior class had pictures taken. 23 - Yell leaders sweaters came in. 25 -- Teachers Institute. tVacationl 26 - Teachers Institute. QVacationJ 29 - Received picture proofs. 30 - Ordered Caps and Gowns. NOVEMBER 1 - Otwell defeated Elberfeld 59 -41. 4 - Seniors got day off to get Annual ads. 7 - Elberfeld defeated Tennyson 51 -43. 7 - Sophomores received class rings. 9 - Elberfeld ran over Millersburg 67 - 31. 13 - NO SCHOOL. 13 - Elberfeld won over Decker Chapel by a small margin 37 - 34 15 - Had individual pictures taken. 16 -- Doris Walkerfs 17th Birthday. 20 - Lynnville won over Elberfeld 50 - 44. 22 - Thanksgiving Vacation. 23 - Thanksgiving Vacation. 27 - Glee Club went to Boonville to participate in a program. 30 - Mackey won over Elberfeld by a small margin 37 - 35. DECEMBER 7 - Lincoln defeated Elberfeld 50-32. 10 - Juniors received class sweaters. 11 - Lynnville and Griffin ball game at Elberfeld, Lynnville 63 - Griffin 35. 12 - Poseyville won over Elberfeld 49 - 44. 16 - Sharon Deneke's 17th Birthday. 18 -- Individual pictures came in. 18 - Senior pictures came in. 19 - Richland beat Elberfeld 58 - 49. 21 - Haubstadt overcame Elberfeld 58-48. tContinued on next pagej Class Calendar 1951-52 21 - Christmas vacation started. 28 - Dolores Campbell became Mrs. Gilbert Niederhaus. 30 .- Donald Sellers' 18th Birthday. JANUARY 2 - Vacation ended. SCHOOL started again. 3 - Magavine salesman was here. 4 - Elberfeld won over Wadesville by a small margin 46 - 41. 8 - Haubstadt and Lynnville game at Elberfeld, Haubstadt 37 - Lynnville 57. 10 - First semester exams. OH! What a day. 11 - Teachers graded exams, NO SCHOOL. 14 - Billfold size pictures came in. 15 - Stendal defeated Elberfeld 60 - 41. 18 -- Chandler defeated Elberfeld 51 - 43. 18 - Sharon Deneke became Mrs. Terry Trible. 25 - County Tourney. 26 - County Tourney, Boonville won. 28 -- Pictures taken for the Annual . 29 - Seniors went to the show with Mr. Ahrens to see "Quo Vadis 30 - Mr.,Blesch took Sophomores to see "Quo Vadis". 31 - Picture proofs for Annual came in. 31 - Mr. Cain took Freshmen to see "Quo Vadis". FEBRUARY 1 - Mrs. Ketcham took Juniors to see "Quo Vadis." 4 - Seniors sent for play books "X Marks the Spot." 8 - Elberfeld was defeated at Newburgh 61--40. 12 - Spurgeon defeated Elberfeld 80--56. 15 - Elberfeld journeyed to Chandler and was defeated 41-30. 23 - Elberfeld defeated Lynnville 46-35. 28 -- Sectional, Elberfeld defeated Tennyson. 29 - Sectional, Elberfeld defeated Chandler. MARCH 1 - Lynnville defeated Elberfeld in Sectional. 6 - Dolores Niederhaus' 18th Birthday. 11 -- Six boys joined National Guard. 14 - Spring Musical Program. 20 - 21 - Class Tourney. APRIL 4 - Senior Class Play. 11 - Good Friday - No School. 14 - P. T. A. and Annual Dress Revue. MAY 1 - Senior Examinations. 7 - Semester Examinations. 2 - Junior-Senior Reception. 8 -- Commencement. 4 - Baccalaureate Services. 8 -- Sdhool term closes. w -,- , , , Q, Q sf -1 v ' 4 S L H 1 " ' . N if P M ' ,.,-LW..,4-fx. V V 4, X , A 1 K A' ' ' M 'f "fA -" "1Q" f WE" fw'1 M fg- 2? 'f 1. - 'A - ,..w,--- Q. -,- A V .0 , , . ,, A 5 , SENIORS AND TUNIORS ?: I SENIORS Top Row - William Baker, Jess Butcher, Ronald Oster, Eddie McDaniel, gtonald Sellers, Jim Miller, James Anderson, Gerald Thene, Clyde ratman. Seated - Eugene Green, Doris Walker, Barbara Arendell, Barbara Holmes, Sharon Trible, Gyneath Gwaltney, Dolores Niederhaus and Dewey Colbert. J UNIORS 4 Top Row - Clenneth Besing, Edward Kiegel, Doris Skelton, Darrell Skelton, Eugene Wheaton, Don Thene. Seated - Evelyn Ketcham, Bonnie Whitsell, Sharon Poiles, Janice Kost, Nigra Lea Roberts, Bonnielee Besing and Angella Aigner. 1,- x vi i ' " Y., v 4 , , ,' "1 1 Q A Y N v Rx ' FQ ,,4 , , 3 1 5,94 ,1 ' x :,.:f!,f , r'Q!Q'5G- , 5 5. f .1 2 . ':.?,' 12:4 1 X SCDPHOMCDRES AND FRESHMEN 5 SOPHOMORES Top Row - Tom Derrington, Larry Clemons, Adrian Gwaltney, Gerald Farny, Lowell Bethe, John Hammel, Mr. Blesch. Seated - Sarah Lockhart, Carolyn Zehner, Mildred Butcher, Ruth Kuhlenschmidt, Arlene Halwes, Jackie Nicholson, Gayle Williams and Shirley Thene. FRESHMEN Top Row - Jack Harris, Floyd Miller, Logan Kolle, Russell Menke, Harold Cleveland, Dallas Flener, Doral Daubs. Second Row - Richard Lochmueller, Alfred Tapper, Betty Welborn, Carol Thene, Ralph Walker, Bill Cutteridge. Seated - Lois Houghton, Faye Butcher, Jeanette Seitz, Carol Taylor, Dallas Peck, Clarice Lockhart and Norma Kolle. 'K 5 V9 44 " " A R . 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Second Row - Wilburn Kifer, Patricia Inkenhaus, Billy Harris, Shirley YJVhitsel1, Charles Scott, Lillian Mills, Donald Dayvolt and Loretta ynn. Seated - Phyllis Sharp, Shirley Baird, Rosebud Alderson, Retta Ramage, Norma Gocker, Beverly Besing and Georgiana Cutteridge. SEVENTH GRADE Top Row - Rodger Strunk, Charles Houghton, James Henson, Downey Thene, Robert Simpkins, Jerry Poiles and Larry Holtz. Second Row - Elaine Sharp, Ronnie Blesch, Raymond Menke, Wilfred Fleming, Sylvia Geolich and Curtis Simpkins. Seated - Frances Morris, Anna Mae Keigel, Virginia Enlow, Luann Nicholson, Norita Oster, Marie Ellerbrook and Janet Welborn. u I x ,fa - ., .4 5 . 1 'f'mx 'TT n U X X 4 f' A ,.r ' r Dk-lg ' f XG' 90 'gf dj ug: L J is If I -17 i 1 I rlxk v f A X i 2 'T f , 4 yi xy 27.3 "1 CT 'W 4' . .an ,Q-,fSE5 - 4 1 Q!! , QI !5 .9 - IAF, 3 eff: FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE Top Row - Robert Ellerbrook, Robert Morris, Henry Vaught, Bennie Menke, Carl Nicholson, Hopson Cherry, Vernon Butcher, Tommy Cutteridge, Charles Englehardt, Roy Fulps, Mr. Wheaton. Second Row -- Beverly Derrington, Coanina Rankin, Jackie Holmes, Marcia Morris, Ruth Kost, Virginia Baird, Sharon Besing, Deloyce Glardon, Peggy Lockhart, Sandra Besing, Shirly Highsmith. Seated -- Dorothy Martin, Doris Grimm, Thelson Volkman, Mary Susott, Elaine Kolle, Doris Houghton, Donna McCoy, Betty Schultz, Mary Alderson, Sherry Lamb, Betty Ellerbrook. Floor - Martin Vaught, Jerry Harris, Marvin Schultz, Vincent Gwaltney, Donald Miller, Jimmy Duffy, Wayne Marx. FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE Top Row - Mrs. Colvin, Shirley Poiles, Norman Walker, Roy Chumly, Robert Vaught, Arthur Schultz, Gale Whalen, Jerry Whalen, James Bonds, Ray Chumly, Bobbie Burns, Millicent Schepman. Second Row - Marilyn Schepman, Maureen Sharp, Linda Lochmueller, Evelyn Garbers, Imogone Mills, Janice Voyles, Laura Johnston, Lena Kuhn, Gloria Smith, Priscilla Moore, Sharon Georges. Seated - Catherine Angermeier, Charlotte Pepper, Brenda Deneke, Judy Ketcham, Sharon Holtz, Brinda Harris, Gail Arendell, Betty Fleming, Mariana Menke, Jennifer Lee, Linda Inkenhaus. Floor - Roger Gwaltney, Lanny File, Ronald Cherry, Larry Core, Finnie Hayden, Roger Kohlmeyer, Thomas Houchens, Cecil Welborn. 'E F! 5 I in Q 'fd F Q 1? gi 'E flaw .. w, Q' igga 1 x K A if 'M 3 S-I1 J 'yy 'Eg .. I 5 J .. V 5? QL 3 SECOND AND THIRD GRADE Top Row - John Enlow, David Moore, Charles Bleckman, Gary Schultz, James Voyles, Kenneth Angermeier, Tommy Duncan, John Stratman, George Alan Corne, Victor Ross, Terry Georges, Gary Menke, Michael Lamb, Miss Hebbeler. Second Row - Helen Strarman, Alberta Henson, Norma Susott, Donna Houghton, Lora McGraw, Barbara Hartley, Barbara Georges, Deanna Butcher, Bonnie Keeker, Ruth McGraw, Dollie Durham, Ruth Graper, Anita Kost, Marian Campbell. ' Seated - Carole Judkins, Marylee Seitz, Linda Miller, Patricia Martin, Charlotte Peck, Dian McCoy, Charlotte Strange, Lucile Barton, Mari- lee Mehne, Laura Goelich, Carol Martin, Gloria Morris. Floor - Gary Henson, David Mabrey, Ronald Enlow, Robert Glordan, Laurence Kuhn, Alan Ahrens, James Lee, Jerry Mabrey. FIRST GRADE Top - Mrs. Morris, Charles Angermeier, Curtis Mehne, Michael Gocker, Thomas W. Young, James Bowling, Thomas V. Young, Jon Strunk, Gary Harris, Stephen Ketcham, Darrel Blesch, Robert File. 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Second Row - Carol Taylor, Shirley Thene, Carol Thene, Dallas Peck, ' h K hlenschmidt, Mildred Sarah Mae Lockhart, Clarlce Lockhart, Rut u Butcher, Carolyn Zehner, Gayle Williams and Mrs. Holtz. t d N rma Kolle Faye Butcher Jeanette Seitz Nigra Lea Roberts, Sea e -- o , , , Bonnie Whitsell, Sharon Poiles, Bonnilee Besing, Janice Kost and Arlene Halwes. GLEE CLUB die McDaniel, Top Row - Jess Butcher, Donnie Thene, Donald Sellers, Ed Clyde Stratman, Gerald Thene, Jim Miller, Clenneth Besing, Dewey Colbert, Eugene Green, Logan Kolle, Richard Lochmueller. Second Row - Ralph Walker, Jeanette Seitz, Faye Butcher, Norma Kolle, Betty Welborn, Clarice Lockhart, Ruth Kuhlenschmidt, Carol Taylor, Jackie Nicholson, Arlene Halwes, Gayle Williams, Lois Houghton, Jack Harris. Third Row - Mrs. Ketcham, Shirley Thene, Sarah Lockhart, Carol Thene, Dallas Peck, Mildred Butcher, Carolyn Zehner, Nigra Roberts, Angella Aigner, Bonnilee Besing, Janice Kost, Sharon Poiles, Bonnie Whitsell. Seated -- Doris Walker, Barbara Holmes, Sharon Trible, Gyneath Gwaltney, Dolores Nlederhaus. za X - if N ,l 'fi Mv H 7? M A 1-O 1? w Qs - - i Q 6 Y K ' 'E ,, .f,,!' ,gif 1 . L . ff Lf: .V LT!! "h I E Q sa A:- 52 51 S 51 NS! 53- W 'f F?" Aida ORCHESTRA Top Row - Ruth Kuhlenschmidt, Marie Ellerbrook, Thelson Volkman, Marcia Morris, Norita Oster, Gary Silke, Billy Deneke. Second Row - Mrs. Ketcham, Barbara Georges, Roger Kohlmeyer, Judy Ketcham, Shirley Poiles, Nigra Roberts, Larry Holtz, Mary Susott, Arlene Halwes. Seated - Sylvia Goehlich, Phyllis Sharp, Jack Harris, Sharon Trible, Jerry Poiles. GRADE TEAM AND YELL LEADERS Top Row - Larry Holtz fStudent Managerj, Bennie Menke, Jimmy Duffy, Don Moore, Robert Simpkins, Marvin Schultz, Mr. Ahrens. Seated - Gary Silke, Melvin Garbers, Charles Scott, Billy Harris, Louis Kost. 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Seated - Donnie Sellers, Eugene Green, Clenneth Besing, Jim Anderson, Darrell Skelton, Doris Skelton. RESERVES Top Row - Donnie Thene, Russell Menke, Dallas Flener, Eddie Kiegel, Alfred Tapper, Richard Lochmueller, John Hammel. Seated - Jack Harris, Jess Butcher, Eugene Wheaton, Lowell Bethe, Bill Cutteridge, Ralph Walker. Basketball . We had a good season this year although the record doesn't show it. We won eight and lost fifteen games on the toughest schedule an Elberfeld team has had to face. We were not big this year but had one of the fightingest teams to come from this school. The boys were young bgtfthley showed excellent teamwork, good shooting ability and plenty o ig t. DONALD SELLERS, Guard Always ready to give his best. Takes bad breaks with a smile and is an inspiration to his teammates. Senior and Captain. He scored 232 points this season. EUGENE GREEN, Guard A hard driver and handled the ball well. Eugene played his best game against Haaubstadt. He scored 150 points this year. Senior. JAMES ANDERSON, Forward A dangerous pivot man and was handy at taking them off the backboards. A senior. He scored 103 points this season. JAMES MILLER, Forward A good reserve who was capable of scoring in any ball game. Jim is a Senior. He scored 11 points this season. JESS BUTCHER, Guard Nearly always scored when in the game any length of time. Jess is a Senior this year. He scored 65 points this season for the re- serve team. GERALD THENE, Center A good man on the backboards and a capable scorer. Gerald played his best game against Tennyson. He scored 109 points for the reserve team. CLENNETH BESING, Center. A star at taking balls off the backboards. An excellent team play- efl-would rather pass than shoot. A Junior. ,He scored 218 points t is season. DORIS SKELTON, Guard A good defensive player and a dangerous long shot. You'll hear from him next year. Junior. Doris scored 75 points this season. iContinued on next pagej Basketball DARRELL SKELTON, Guard A good floor man and guard. Darrell is capable of scoring from any spot on the floor. He has 27 points this season. EUGENE WHEATON, Guard A good hard driver and a dangerous shot. He'll be back next year A Junior. He scored 137 points for the reserve team. ROY VOYLES, Forward A hard driver and dangerous scorer. Plays a good game around the basket. You'll hear from him next year. Junior. Roy scored 88 points this season. LOWELL BETHE, Forward Good enough to hold his own with the best. He should come through next year. A Sophomore. He scored 57 points this season for the reserve team. STATISTICS ON THE ELITES Name Height Weight Class Donald Sellers ............ ........... 5 ' 11" 145 Senior Eugene -Green ............ ........... 5 ' 11" 150 Senior James Anderson ........... ........... 6 ' 3" 180 Senior James Miller ............... .......... 6 ' 1" 180 Serfior Jess Butcher ........ ........... 5 ' 6" 150 Senior Gerald Thene ............... ........... 6 ' 2" 200 Senior Clenneth Besing ......... ........... 5 ' 11" 165 Junior Doris Skelton ............... ........... 5 ' 11" 135 Junior Darrell Skelton .............. ........... 5 ' 11" 138 Junior Eugene Wheaton ......... .......... 5 ' 11" 142 Junior Roy Voyles ..................... ........... 6 ' 2" 190 Junior Lowell Bethe .......... ........... 5 ' 10" 142 Sophomore Basketball RESERVES The Reserves had a good season this year. They won eight games and lost nine. The starting five for the season Were: Eugene Wheaton, Junior: Gerald Thene, Senior: Jess Butcher, Seniorg Jack Harris, Freshmang and Lowell Bethe, Sophomore. Teams Played We They Otwell ...... .......................................... 2 0 21 Tennyson ..................................... 40 33 Millersburg .......... 37 14 Lynnville ................ 25 39 Mackey ................. 33 29 Lincoln ................. 23 31 Poseyville ........... 26 35 Richland .............. 26 35 Haubstadt ........ 20 27 Wadesville ........ 26 23 Stendal ..... , .... 28 34 Chandler ......... 38 14 Cynthiana ........ 20 19 Newburgh ........ 31 40 Spurgeon ........... 33 40 Chandler ............ 30 15 Lynnville ........... 51 37 Basketball VARSITY SCORES Teams Played We Otwell ..... - .................... .. ....................... , ........... 41 Tennyson ........ ,..., ............... ,, .... ,,...l. .............. 51 Millersburg ............ ......,...... ......... . .............. .... .. 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The Elberfeld Parent Teachers Association has been organized for 14 years. They now have a membership of over one hundred. The past presidents of this organization are as follows: Mrs. Bertha Morris, Mrs. Gerhard Ahrens, Mrs. Bill Gibbons, Mrs. Edgar Hebbler, Mrs. Isabel Davis, Mrs. Henry Wheaton, Mrs. Gilbert Deneke, Mrs. Roscoe Stitt, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Robert Vaught, Mrs. Melvin Lochmueller, Mrs. Floyd Kuhlenscmidt, Mrs. John Strunk. The officers elected for the year are as follows: President ...................................................................... Irvin Inkenhaus Vice President .............................................................. Charles Englehart Secretary .................. ..... ........... ........ M r s . Howard Morris Treasurer .................................................................. Mrs. Wilfred Wheaton Their main project for the past year was to buy more playground equipment. FALL FESTIVAL The Annual Fall Festival was given by the P. T. A. October 29, 1951. The main event of the evening was the crowning of the King and Queen, Lowell Bethe and Mildred Butcher of the Sophomore Class. The attendants were: Seniors, Jess Butcher and Barbara Holmes: Juniors, Doris Skelton and Sharon Poilesg Freshmen, Logan Kolle and Jeanette Seitz. DRESS REVUE The annual Dress Revue was held on April 14 in the high school gymnasium, before the parents and teachers in the community. A tea accompanied the revue. Mrs. Holtz, Home Economics Instructor, had ten Freshmen high school girls and eighteen Junior High enrolled in sewing construction this semester. From this number we saw approximately eighty-four completed garments, as each girl had a requirement of three. There were fewer girls enrolled this year than last, but the event was equally as interesting and colorful. ENIU. FHL t4l'1,v 11" E X CAgdldA M f ICE. 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