Elberfeld High School - Elite Yearbook (Elberfeld, IN)

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E : .-zz-zz-: ghe Nognet :-::-::- z Dedication We, the Seniors of 1957, realizing the numerous res- ponsibilities and obligations of our parents in making it possible for us to attain a high school education, and also the prominence of the counseling, endurance, and inhala- tion of all of our teachers, we wish to dedicate our Annual to them as a symbol of our deepest appreciation. o,oo 430.- sos can glze .fwlofznet Annual Staff Editor ..,....,..........,4 nggnpo, nausea Larry Holtz Ass't Editor .,........,...,.....,..o4...A ........., C urtis Simpkins Business Manager .......o.o..r...... ..........., N orita Oster Ass't Business Manager ....A,.. ............. M arie Ellerbrook Class Will ........... ,........o.......,......,... ......... L e Moin McKinney Class Characteristics ......... .. ,o...A,A.,...... Joyce Miles Class History A..,......A.,........,.,... ........ E laine Sharp Sports Editor ....e...o......uA.o.A .....e..... 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HOME ECONOMICS AND BIOLOGY RUBY BERTRAM graduated from Elberfeld High School in 1927. She attended Purdue University for two years. After transferring, was graduated from Indiana State, Terre Haute, Indiana, in 1932 with a B. S. Degree. Mrs. Bertram has taught sixteen and one-half years in the Elberfeld High School. COMMERCE AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION ERVIN DEE WHITEHEAD graduated from Mackey High School in 1947. After graduation, two years were spent in Uncle Sam's Navy. Then in 1948 he enrolled at Oakland City College and received his A. B. Degree in the Summer of 1951. Work is now being taken by extension from Indiana State Teacher's College, at Oakland City College to apply on his Masters. Mr. Whitehead has taught two years at Millersburgh, three years at Selvin, and one at Elberfeld. MATHEMATICS CHARLES ROBERT HEILMAN graduated from Millersburgh High School in 1952. He enrolled in Evansville College in September of 1952. In June of 1956 Mr. Heilman received the B. A. Degree from Evansville College. Soon after graduation he accepted his first teaching position at Elberfeld High School for the school year 1956-57. He has not as lyet been a target for the piercing arrow of Cupid, and consequently is sti sing e. K Continuedl 19 :-::-::-::- :-::-: Zhe -Hoqnef :-::-: :az-: Our Teachers ENGLISH AND LATIN CLARA HEBBELER graduated from Mackey High School. She received an A. B. Degree from Oakland City College in 1931 and later at- tended Indiana University. This is her second year at Elberfeld after having taught 24 years in the Mackey High School. MUSIC AND HEALTH RUTH WANDA SIEBE graduated from Richmond High School in 1925. In 1929 she graduated with honors from Earlham College in Rich- mond, Indiana, receiving the A. B. Degree. Later she did a year's grad- uate work at Indiana State Teacher's College and Indiana University. She taught at DeLand, Illinois for two years. She taught at Otwell for four years, and at Ireland for four years. She taught at Holland for seventeen years. This is her first year at Elberfeld High School. DENNIS E. TYRING graduated from Spurgeon High School in 1928. In 1933 he graduated from Oakland City College with an A. B. De- gree. Later he attended Indiana State Teachers College and completed the required work for an Industrial Arts license. In 1947 he graduated from Indiana University with an M. S. Degree. Mr. Tyring has taught school for fifteen years, eight of which he has served as principal. His teaching career began at Spurgeon, where he taught for two years. He then taught at Millersburgh High School for two years. Then he taught at Petersburg High School for one year. Then he served three years in the United States Air Force. At the close of the war, he returned to Millersburgh and taught six more years, five of which he was principal. For the next three years he served as principal at Follsomville. 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He has received his entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During his J unior-High years he played on the grade ball team and belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club. Ronald has been a member of the Glee Club for two years and the Pep Club for four years. He was the Vice-President of his Junior Class, and the "King" candidate at the Fall Festival in his Junior year. He has played basketball and baseball for four years, and received an Honor sweater in his Senior year for his activities in athletics. He participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out", and the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home". He was the President of his Senior class. At present, he is a Pfc. in the Marine Corps Reserve. LANDER HUMPHREY DORSEY, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gran- ville L. Miller, was born June 8, 1939, in Evansville, Indiana. He received his first eight years of schooling at Lincoln Grade School in Evansville. Then he moved to Elberfeld and attended high school here for four years. Lander has played on the high school basketball team for three and one-half years, also on the baseball team for two years. He participated in the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". He has been a member of the Glee Club for four years and the Pep Club for four years. At present he is a Private in the Marine Corps Reserve. MARIE ELLERBROOK, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eller- brook, was born July 1, 1939, three miles east of Elberfeld, Indiana. She has received her entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During her J unior-High years she belonged to the School Orchestra and Junior-High Glee Club. She was also a grade school cheerleader in her eighth year. Marie has been a member of the Glee Club, Pep Club, Orchestra, and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. She received a letter in her Senior year for her music activities. Offices that she has held are: Class Secretary for four years, and she was Ass't. to the Senior Editor in her Junior yearg this year she is Secretary of the Pep Club, Treasurer of the Orchestra and Sunshine Society, and Ass't. Business Manager for the Annual. She was Queen of the Fall Festival in her Sophomore year with Robert Simpkins as her "King". She participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior play, "Grandad Steps Out". SYLVIA MARIE GOEHLICH, the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy L. Adams, was born December 9, 1939, in Evansville, Indiana. She has re- ceived her entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During her J unior-High years she belonged to the School Orchestra and J unior-High Glee Club. She won the Warrick County Spelling Cham- pionship in her eighth year. Q fContinuedJ I9 :-zz-:zzz :-::-: Zhe Hoqnet :-::-::-:: :-ze: Biographies Sylvia has been a member of the Pep Club, Orchestra, Sunshine Society, and Glee Club pianist during her four high school years. She re- ceived a letter for her music activities in her Senior year. This year she was Secretary of the Sunshine Society and the Treasurer of the Glee Club. She was Ass't. to the Senior Business Manager in her Junior year and this year she was the Advertising Editor of the Annual, wrote the biographies and the class poem. She was a varsity cheerleader during her Junior and Senior years, receiving an Honor sweater in her Senior year. She partici- pated in the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior play, "Grandad Steps Out". She won the Betty Crocker - General Mills Homemaker of Tomorrow Award in her Senior year. LARRY HERBERT HOLTZ, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn H. Holtz, was born May 21, 1939, in Elberfeld, Indiana. He has received his entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During his J unior-High years he played on the grade ball team and belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club and School Orchestra. Larry has been a member of the Glee Club for three and a half years and the Orchestra for four years. He received a letter for his music activities in his Senior year. Also he has been a member of the Pep Club for four years. He has played basketball and baseball for four years and received an Honor sweater in his Senior year for his activities in athletics. He participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". He was the President of his Sophomore class and the Vice-Presi- dent of the Senior Class. At present, he is a Private in the Marine Corps Reserve. He was President of the Glee Club and Editor of the Annual. KATHLEEN VELMA HORN, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lard M. Horn, was born October 9, 1939, in Sullivan, Indiana. She attend- ed Meadowlake School near Wolcott, Indiana for five and one-half years. Then she moved to Bruceville, Indiana, where she attended school during the last semester of the fifth grade and first semester of the sixth grade. At that time she moved to Millersburgh, Indiana, where she finished her grade school education. Kathleen came to Elberfeld during the last semester of her Junior year. She has belonged to the Glee Club for one and one-half years. She received a letter for her music activities in her Senior year. She partici- pated in the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". ANNA MAE KIEGEL, the daughter of Mrs. Albert P. Kiegel, was born June 29, 1939, in St. Wendell, Indiana. She attended school at Hat- field, Indiana for the first semester of the first grade. Then she moved to Elberfeld, where she has received eleven and one-half years of schooling. During her J unior-High years she belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club. Anna has been a member of the Glee Club, Pep Club and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. She received a letter in her Senior year for her music activities. She was the Society Editor for the Annual. She participated in the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". fContinuedJ 19 :-::-::-: :-nc:-: She Noqnet :-zz-zz-: -::-:ze Biographies ALVIN LeMOIN McKINNEY, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. McKinney, was born August 1, 1939, in Princeton, Indiana. He attended school at Lynnville for seven years. He moved to Elberfeld, Where he finished grade school. LeMoin participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". He wrote the class wills for the Annual. RAYMOND WARD MENKE, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Menke, was born December 8, 1937, in Elberfeld, Indiana. He has re- ceived his entire schooling at Elberfeld. During his J unior-High years he played on the grade ball team and belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club. Raymond has been a member of the Glee Club for four years and received a letter in his Senior year for his music activities. He was Vice- President of his Sophomore class. He was the "King" candidate of his class at the Fall Festival in his Sophomore year. He played basketball for two years. JOYCE ANN MILES, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miles, was born March 16, 1939 in Evansville, Indiana. She attended Elberfeld for her first four years. Then she moved to Vandeburgh county, Where she attended Scott Twp. Grade School for two and one-half years. Then she moved back to Elberfeld during the last semester of the seventh grade. During her J unior-High years she belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club. Joyce has been a member of the Glee Club for four years and re- ceived a letter in her Senior year for her music activities. She belonged to the Pep Club and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. This year she was the author of the Class Prophecy and the Class Char- acteristics. She participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss" and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". She was the Basketball Queen in her Senior year and she won the Good Citizenship Award in her Senior year. LUANN E. NICHOLSON, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Nicholson, was born February 10, 1939, in Evansville, Indiana. She has received her entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During her Junior-High years, she belonged to the School Orches- tra and the J unior-High Glee Club. ' Luann has been a member of the Pep Club, Orchestra and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. She received a letter for her music activities in her Senior year. This year she was Ass't. Picture Editor of the Annual. In her Junior year she was reporter for the Pep Club. This year she was reporter for the Glee Club. During her first and third years of high school she was "Queen" candidate at the Fall Festival. She participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". fContinuedJ 19 :-::-:sez :-zz-: ghe Hoqnet :-::-::-::- :-:ze Biographies NORITA GAYLE OSTER, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Oster, was born May 14, 1939, in Evansville, Indiana. She has received her entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During her J unior-High years she belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club and School Orchestra. Norita has been a member of the Pep Club, Orchestra and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. She received a letter in her Senior year for her music activities. In her Sophomore year, she was President of the Orchestra and Treasurer of the Glee Club. She was Teasurer of her class in her Junior year. This year she is President of the Sunshine Society, President of the Orchestra, Treasurer of the class and Pep Club and Business Manager of the Annual. She was the Maid-Of- Honor in the crowning of the Basketball Queen in her Senior year. She participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". ELAINE ANN SHARP, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loral W. Sharp, was born November 25, 1939, in Elberfeld, Indiana. She has re- ceived her entire twelve years of schooling at Elberfeld. During her Junior-High years she belonged to the Junior-High Glee Club and was a grade school cheerleader for one year. Elaine has been a member of the Glee Club, Pep Club and Sunshine Society during her four high school years. She received a letter for her Glee Club activities in her Senior year. She was Vice-President of the Sunshine Society, reporter of the Senior class, Class Historian for the Annual and Picture Arrangement Editor. She was a varsity cheerleader during her Sophomore, Junior and Senior years and received an Honor sweater this year. She participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", the 1956 Christmas play, "Christmas At Home", and the Senior play, "Grandad Steps Out". She was the "Queen" candidate of her class at the Fall Festival in her Senior year. CURTIS HOWARD SIMPKINS, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester W. McCoy, was born July 8, 1939, in Vandeburgh County. He attended schools at Evansville, Vincennes and Scott Twp. in Vandeburgh County before enrolling here in the fifth grade. During his Junior-High years he belonged to the J unior-High Glee Club and played on the grade ball team. He was President of his class in his eighth year. Curtis has been a member of the Glee Club three and a half years. He has played baseball for four years. He was a member of the basket- ball squad for one year. In his Sophomore year he was Vice-President of his class. This year he is the Ass't. Annual Editor and sports reporter. He participated in the Junior class play, "M'liss", and the Senior class play, "Grandad Steps Out". He was the "King" candidate of his class at the Fall Festival in his Senior year. At present he is a Pfc. in the Marine Corps Reserve. za:-: ahe Hognet :-::-::-: :-: Senior Class History We entered E. H. S. in the year H53-54" with twenty "Green Freshies". We were very happy to have Robert Simpkins and Lander Dorsey enter our class. Lander came to us from Lincoln High School in Evansville. These two entries made our class as follows: Ronald Blesch, Lander Dorsey, Marie Ellerbrook, Sylvia Goehlich, James Henson, Larry Holtz, Charles Houghton, Anna Kiegel, Bill Malone, LeMoin McKinney, Raymond Menke, Joyce Miles, Luann Nicholson, Norita Oster, Elaine Sharp, Curtis Simpkins, Robert Simpkins, Marjojrie Speers, Roger Struck, Downey Thene, James Turpin and Janet Welborn. We entered our Sophomore year with twenty-three "Silly Sophomores". We lost James Henson and James Turpin during the summer months. We gained Charles Griffin, who came from Reitz in Evansville, and Clarence Barnett, who came from Millersburg High School. We were sorry to lose Marjorie Speers right after the school year started. This made our class have twenty members. We received our class rings December 17, 1954. As we entered our Junior year we had with us eight- een "Jolly Juniors". During the summer we lost Clarence Barnett, Janet Welborn, who is now attending Bosse, and Rodger Strunk, who is attending Mechanic Arts in Evans- ville. On December 6, 1955 we received our class sweaters and jackets. We presented our class play on November 29th, which was entitled "M'liss". So we end our Junior year with fifteen members. We began our Senior year with fifteen "Dignified Seniors". Having lost Bill Malone, who quit school, we end our Senior year with the following students: Ronald Blesch, Lander Dorsey, Marie Ellerbrook, Sylvia Goehlich, Larry Holtz, Kathleen Horn, Anna Mae Kiegel, LeMoin McKinney, Raymond Menke, Joyce Miles, Luann Nicholson, Norita Oster, Elaine Sharp, Curtis Simpkins. o :-zz' :-zz-z Ghe suognet az:-z ' Society Page FALL FESTIVAL - The annual Fall Festival was held on November 19, 1956. The candidates for King and Queen were as follows: Freshmen - Robert Vaught and Priscilla Moore, Sophomores - Carl Nicholson and Betty Ellerbrook, Juniors - Dave Sultz and Judy White, Seniors - Curtis Simpkins and Elaine Sharp. P.T.A. TEA AND SHOP DISPLAY - The tea and shop display was held on November 15, 1956. Mrs. Pumph- rey gave a book report. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY -- The Juniors presented their class play entitled, "Take Your Medicine", on Novem- ber 9, 1956. BASKETBALL CROWNING - Joyce Miles was crowned basketball queen on January 18, 1957 at the Millers- burg-Elberfeld ball game. BASKETBALL BANQUET - The Sunshine Society gave a banquet for the basketball boys on March 19, 1957. SENIOR CLASS PLAY - The Seniors presented their class play, "Grandad Steps Out", on April 9, 1957. BACCALAUREATE - The Baccalaureate Service was held on April 28, 1957. Rev. Barker was the speaker. JUNIOR AND SENIOR BANQUET - The Junior and Senior Banquet was held on May 2, 1957. COMMENCEMENT - The Commencement Exercises were held in the Elberfeld gymnasium on May 3, 1957. Rev. Carl Scherzer of Deaconess was the speaker. The Valedictorian Award was presented to Sylvia Goehlich and the Salutatorian Award was presented to Elaine Sharp. : z-zz-: Ulm Hoqnet :-::-::-: :-:' Senior Class Will We, the Seniors of 1957, being in sound mind and body, do solemnly declare this to be our last will and testa- ment as follows: To the entire school we will the right to dream of a new faculty. Mr. Tyring, we will you the right to have two more wheels next year. Mr. Heilman, we will you the right to have the audi- ence you deserve. Mr. Whitehead, we will you the right to have another excellent ball player like Larry. Mr. Armstrong, we will you the right to have a smoke- stack installed in your car. Mrs. Bertram, We will you the right to get ahead of the hounds. Mrs. Siebe, We will you the right to have a water foun- tain erected in your study hall. Miss Hebbeler, we will you the right to get the MRS degree. Juniors, we will you the right to have a better attitude next year. Sophomores, we will you the right to cut the "Brain's" grades down. Freshmen, we will you the right, for when you are Seniors, not to have to clean up the guys you initiate. Ronald Blesch - I will my right to kiss the basketball queen to "Socky", my right to be a Marine Reservist to any guy that's man enough, and my ability to not drink alco- holics to Bennie Menke. Lander Dorsey -- I will my ability to make A's and B's in government class to Dave Sultz. Marie Ellerbrook - I will my right to be crowned Fall Festival Queen in my Sophomore year to Gloria Jean Smith, and my right to get a diamond ring in my ,Senior year to Mary Ann Susott. KContinuedl z- :-zzz:-: Elle Hognet sz:-::-2: -zz Senior Class Will Sylvia Goehlich - I will my two years of cheerleading to John Schulze, my right to play for Glee Club for 4 years to Roy Chumley, my special ability to make HORRIBLE tariff to Sharon Holtz, and my place in the office to Thelson o man. Larry Holtz - I will my reserved parking spot on Reitz Hill to Kenny Miles, my catching spot on the baseball team to John Schulze, and my right to listen to Arm- strong's radio the last period to "Brown", Kathleen Horn - I will my ability to make noise in the study hall to Linda Lochmueller. Anna Mae Kiegel - I will my special giggle to Sandy Higgins. Raymond Menke - I will my side-burns to "Enos". LeMoin McKinney - I will my whiskers to Roger Kohlmeyer, my right to have a car in my Junior and Senior years to James Bond, and my UNIQUE way of flirting with the girls to Bill Helderman. Joyce Miles - I will my A's in World History to Roger Kohlmeyer, and my right to be elected Basketball Queen to Gail Arendell. Luann Nicholson - I will my right to have the candi- dacy for Fall Festival Queen in my Freshman and Junior years to Lora McGraw, my right to go steady in my last 2 years of school to any Junior girl, and my right to play in Orchestra for 6 years to my brother, Carl. Norita Oster - I will my ability to get the car any time I want it to Thelson Volkman. Elaine Sharp - I will my space between my teeth to the lucky person who happens to be born that way, my ef- fort to run Mr. Armstrong the rest of the way crazy to Ginger and Helen, my three years of cheerleading to Eddie Geis, and my chair in the office to Martin Vaught. Curtis Simpkins - I will my ability not to go steady to Wayne Marx and my unconceitedness to George Yancey. : :az-: 5113 Nognet :-::-::c Can You Imaginc-:PPP Mr. Tyring - Not trying to be a dictator. Mr. Armstrong - With a flat-top. Mr. Whitehead - Coaching ice hockey. Mr. Heilman - Boring. Miss Hebbeler - Being married. Mrs. Seibe - Without glasses. up o a Mrs. Bertram - Being a Home Economics teacher. Joyce Miles - Not staring at Mr. Armstrong. Elaine Sharp - Being sane. Sylvia Goehlich - Being satisfied. Luann Nicholson -- Not losing her temper. Marie Ellerbrook - Not writing to Bob. Norita Oster - Without Bill. Kathleen Horn - Talking. Anna Mae Kiegel - Weighing 85 pounds. Lander Dorsey -- Revealing his middle name. LeMoin McKinney - Clean shaven. Raymond Menke - Without a car. Curtis Simpkins - Going steady. Ronald Blesch - Working at "Bud and Kay's" Larry Holtz - Not having his way. fHumphreyJ 2-22-22-I 52I-2'-2'-Z!-'Z-'Z-2!'2!'!3 Class Poem GRADUATION DAY ---- 1957" We Seniors have been waiting for Our day of "Seventh Heaven", This day means so very much . . . . Graduation Day - - - - 1957! It always seemed so far away, Now suddenly it's here. Each Senior lays his books aside And gives a gleeful cheer. We're happy, and ready, to face the world But some sadness still remains, Through these halls, we'l1 never pass As high school students again. Secretly, we'd all admit Our teachers have been swell. We will remember in years to come The lessons they've taught so well. We Seniors want to give our parents Our heart-felt love and praise, They've sacrificed so many times To help us through "school days". On Graduation Day 1957 We'll say goodbye and part, But E. H. S. will always remain In every Senior's heart. I9 I-232 2-32-1 we I-22-23 .-133 Que Sera, Sera I had been in town only two weeks when I injured an already damaged tooth by eating corn off the cob. In the short time that I had been there I had had no chance or reason to inquire about dentists. However, after two days of agony, my girl friend suggested going to see her dentist. I did not connect his name at all with my past because it had been ten years since I had heard such a name. She Warned me that I should be quick on my feet for her dentist was very - - shall I say - - chummy? So on the following morning I did about a mile of road work to get in shape and then called a cab. Very soon my cab halted at the curb. I climbed in and we took off. The driver said he was saving his money to buy the cab company so he could fire his boss. At that particular time he lacked only S149,900.00, so I figured he had about 3100.00 saved. He either hadn't been working very long, didn't know how to save, or got a heck of a poor paycheck. I didn't ask and he didn't bother to tell me which it was. Soon our talk was ended by a loud crash and jolt! Our cab turned completely around and came to a halt against a stop sign. I climbed out to see just who the guy was who couldn't read signs. It wasn't a "guy" at all, but Sylvia Goehlich, a former classmate. She had been cruising her graceful Cadillac down through the heart of Miami and was so impressed with everything she "just didn't see the stop sign". She had come South to meet her husband, who would soon be in from Havana, where he had been settling a business dispute. Judging from her car and clothing, she was surely doing all right. I learned from her that Elaine had been mar- ried for eight years and had eight kids to prove it. She and her family lived on a ranch in California and were getting along wonderfully to- gether. That was nice, I thought. From Sylvia I also learned that Ray- mond Menke had quite a deal going for him in the garage business. His main interest was Cadillacs fwhose isn't?J and he seemed very successful. He wasn't only successful in the garage business for he had a date book two inches thick. Gt figures.J By this time the accident was straightened out so I continued to my destination. But Lady Luck was against me all the way and the cab driver slip- ped through an intersection on a yellow light, so he said. After the motorcycle cop, who incidentally was Lander Dorsey, stopped us and heard the driver's story, he took us back to the intersection and proved that the light hadn't been yellow. You see, there was no yellow light at this parti- cular intersection. After conversing with Lander, We learned Larry Holtz was one of Joey Chitwood's Hell Drivers. Well, knowing Larry as I did, he should have made an A-1 Hell Driver. At least he was experienced when it came to wrecking cars. We took our ticket and journeyed on. By this time I was already two and a half hours late for my appointment and my jaw was quite swollen and numb. Q In all this time we had traveled five city blocks. Only five more to go! We might make it if we hurried! On second though, maybe we had better not hurry. One ticket proved sufficient. lContinuedJ I9 331- .3324 I-Z!-Z2-I! '233 Que Sera, Sera Over the cab radio came a call to pick up two ladies at a store. To my surprise, I learned the two ladies were Norita Oster and Luann Nichol- son. I learned Norita was fresh out of medical school and was planning on buying a hospital in Miami along with two doctors. I never did figure out what she wanted with two doctors. As for Lu Lu! That poor kid was distressed to tears. She and her husband had planned to come to Miami for their honeymoon and somehow their tickets got confused with another couple's. While Luann was in Florida with a stranger, her husband was in Mexico. What a honeymoon! Butt laince she had already waited ten years, a few more days passed quic y. Finally my destination loomed before me. As we stopped, I told my three friends good-bye and walked into the building. I told the reception- ist my name and she stated that I was three hours late. I considered that a very brilliant deduction. As I took a seat, I thought she looked familiar. Upon inquiry I discovered her to be Kathleen Horn. We both flipped. My! I had changed! My! She didn't even recognize me! My! - - - Our conversation was rudely interrupted by a couple who entered the office with a small boy who kept insisting that he didn't want his teeth pulled. They were his and he wanted them. Just when I was about to shout and ask why they didn't do some- thing to that kid, I saw the frantic parents were none other than Bob and Marie Simpkins. They had three children and the one so attached to his teeth, decayed or not, was the middle-sized one. They said Curt was a prominent figure in the stock market. Still that's no sign he was a big deal. Some cows I've seen have the same rat- ing. However, Curt mixed well with his Wall Street friends. I had read of his escapades quite frequently in the paper. They also informed me that Ronnie Blesch was a traveling sales- man. After trying to sell some of the products he did, it was a good thing he could travel - - - and fast, too! After the man ahead of me had gone into the office, only to be heard screaming "bloody murder" a few minutes later, I suddenly lost my desire to gossip. With a shiver I sank onto the couch and absently gazed over the day's newspaper. Suddenly the screaming in the next room stopped and the door opened. Kathleen said it was now my time so on nervous feet I walked in and sat down in a huge chair at the request of a dark-haired nurse. I asked if I knew her and she said her name was Anna Mae. It wasn't Kiegel any- more. I marveled at how thin she was. She explained by saying she had worked for this "chummy" dentist for five years and had lost all of her weight running around the office. She said that I should remember the dentist. His name was LeMoin McKinney! I rose from the chair quickly exclaiming that I felt fine and had no toothache at all. I'm not a coward, you understand, but - - - LeMoin McKinney! I went home then feeling fine knowing that I once again was up-to- date on the whereabouts and happenings of my classmates of '57 - - - the famous and not so famous. If you don't know who I am as yet, you should. I'm that elevator operator who never quite waits until you get your "better half" in before closing the door. My name is Joyce Ann. o op 0,4 s sou Flirtiest Girl Flirtiest Boy N oisiest Girl ..,..... N oisiest Boy Smartest Girl .,... Smartest Boy .... ,. Shyest Girl ........,.. Shyest Boy ......,,.... Stubbornest Girl Stubbornest Boy Shortest Girl Ulze .Hoznet Class Degrees Shortest Boy .....,.,.... Tallest Girl Tallest Boy ......... . Best Singer Girl Best Singer Boy Most Tardy Girl Most Tardy Boy an op 0,1 op: ness: so. Luann Nicholson LeMoin McKinney Elaine Sharp Larry Holtz Marie Ellerbrook Larry Holtz Kathleen Horn .. Raymond Menke , Joyce Ann Miles 4. Curtis Simpkins Elaine Sharp Curtis Simpkins Sylvia Goehlich LeMoin McKinney Norita Oster Raymond Menke Most Likely To Succeed ......., 4 Luann Nicholson Ronnie Blesch Everybody Anna Kiegel Lander Dorsey . Luann Nicholson Friendliest Girl ......l. , .....l,.,.. Friendliest Boy ......... Sleepiest Girl ..,........ .........l Sleepiest Boy Quietest Girl 4.., ....... Quietest Boy . .,,. . fContinuedJ Ronnie Blesch Kathleen Horn Lander Dorsey o,oo oops.: son coon glze Noznet Class Degrees N eatest Girl .A..... vflnvpo Q -...qos o Marie Ellerbrook Neatest Boy ...,......,...,.., ..,........ R onnie Blesch Most Punctual Girl .e........ ,.....A,.,A.,.,.,... A nna Kiegel Most Punctual Boy ,,....,e,...,.A..AAA..e.4.4..,...,..........,...,..... LeMoin McKinney Class Clowns .......A..A...........4,.l. Sylvia Goehlich and Ronnie Blesch Most Temper Girl ......... .,..,4........,... .,......,.,.....,....4..... L u ann Nicholson Most Temper Boy .,.........,............., . ...r.. ..., C urtis Simpkins Most Picked on by Teachers .r....... . P, .... Luann Nicholson Biggest Feet Girl Biggest Feet Boy Smallest Feet Girl Smallest Feet Boy Most Forgetf ul .......,r G1rl's Ideal ..,r...,.,...... Boy's Ideal ....r.,,..,.,.,i.... Most Athletic Girl . Most Athletic Boy Teachers Pets ...,,..,.. Clumsiest Girl ....,,,. Clumsiest Boy .. Most Popular Girl Most Popular Boy Most Mannerly Girl Most Mannerly Boy Norita Oster LeMoin McKinney Kathleen Horn Larry Holtz Ronnie Blesch Ronnie Blesch Luann Nicholson Luann Nicholson Ronnie Blesch Elaine Sharp and Sylvia Goehlich Norita Oster Raymond Menke Elaine Sharp Larry Holtz Joyce Ann Miles Ronnie Blesch :-::-: +. Q. -:sz Zhe Jlognet :-::-za:-:sez-za::-::-zz-:z-2:-2:-zz-zz-:azz-zz-2 Class Characteristics NAME NICKNAME SAYING NOTED FOR Ronnie Blesch Flash lNot printablej Sleeping in Miss Heb- bler's Study Hall Lander Dorsey Sunshine That's bad, alright! His women Marie Ellerbrook Bee Oh, Mercy! Acting dumb Sylvia Goehlich Syl My goldfish are Her piano playing callin' me Larry Holtz Brando Dat sure is bad His pride alright! Kathleen Horn Kay I don't know Her quietness Axma Kiegel Annie Oh, you clown! Her giggle LeMoin McKinney Tiny Mercy!!! His whiskers Raymond Menke Ray Holy Cow! His driving Joyce Miles Ne Ne I'll Swear! Her talk Luann Nicholson Lu Lu Oh, you little devil! Her laugh Norita Oster Tom I couldn't care less Telling jokes Elaine Sharp Shorty Ya ole Heifer!! Asking stupid questions Curtis Simpkins Purty Curty Yoo Hoo, Lady! Sleeping in Miss Hebbler's classes NAME AMBITION LIKELY TO BE PASTIME Bonnie Blesch Aint got none A Has Been Women Lander Dorsey Lawyer Coach Loafing Marie Ellerbrook Beautician Housewife Writing to Bob Sylvia. Goehlich Designer Career Girl Working in the Oifice Larry Holtz Billionaire Engineer Judy P1aYb0Y Kathleen Horn Accountant Housewife Tony Anna Kiegel Nurse A Maid Fighting LeMoin McKinney Traveling A Preacher Thinking? ? ? salesman Raymond Menke Mechanic Mechanic Peggy Joyce Miles School teacher A Teacher's Wife Writing letters Luann Nicholson Beautician A Barber's Wife Writing letters Norita Oster Dental Ass't. Mrs. Bill Martin Thinking of Bill Elaine Sharp Beautician Mrs. Jerry Harris Working in the oifice Curtis Simpkins Commandant Mess Sergeant Tormenting People of U.S.M.C. 19 z-:sr -. NAME Ronnie Blesch Lander Dorsey Marie Ellerbrook Sylvia Goehlich Larry Holtz Kathleen Horn Anna Kiegel LeMoin McKinney Raymond Menke Joyce Miles Luann Nicholson Norita Oster Elaine Sharp Curtis Simpkins NAME Ronnie Blesch Lander Dorsey Marie Ellerbrook Sylvia Goehlich Larry Holtz Kathleen Horn Anna Kiegel LeMoin McKinney Raymond Menke Joyce Miles Luann Nicholson Norita. Oster Elaine Sharp Curtis Simpkins me Jawa Class Favorites SONG When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again Garden of Eden Friendly Persuasion Two Different Worlds Love Me D0n't Be Cruel Mutual Admiration Society Garden of Eden Poor Boy True Love Love Me Tender Friendly Persuasion Friendly Persuasion Young Love ACTOR Tab Hunter James Dean Aldo Ray Rock Hudson Marlon Brando Jerry Lewis Walter Pidgeon .Tack Webb Jerry Lewis Richard Widmark Tony Curtis Richard Widmark Rock Hudson Richard Widmark -.-. :ez-z SINGER Elvis Presley Tony Bennett Pat Boone Perry Como Elvis Presley Elvis Presley Perry Como Tony Bennett Elvis Presley Perry Como Dean Martin Pat Boone Pat Boone Tennessee Ernie Ford ACTRESS Natalie Wood Flicka Jane Wyman Elizabeth Taylor Lili St. Cyr Diana Lynn June Allyson Polly Bergen Sharon Lee Grace Kelly June Allyson Jean Peters June Allyson Debbie Reynolds :-::f::-: Gite Hoqnet :-z:-::-: -: School Calendar 1956-57 SEPTEMBER School started. Election of class officers. Sunshine Society's first meeting. Sophomores ordered rings. Juniors ordered jackets. Elberfeld defeated Lynnville in baseball game. A few boys went to Purdue farm. Elberfeld defeated Chandler in baseball game. Sunshine formal initiation. Seniors sold ads for Annual. Election for fall festival candidates. OCTOBER Juniors received jackets. Sunshine entertained Lynnville Lion's Club. Fall Festival. Senior girls received Sunshine pins. Elected Pep Club officers. Mr. Davis visited school. NOVEMBER Basketball season began. Senior pictures were taken. individual pictures were taken. Hornet's defeated Stendal in basketball game. Home Ec. classes gave a tea for mothers. Hornet's defeated Chrisney in basketball game. Hornet's defeated Mackey in basketball game. DECEMBER Raymond's 19th birthday. Sylvia's 17th birthday. Hornet's defeated Haubstadt in basketball game. Annual Christmas Program. Hornet's defeated Newburgh. fContinuedJ 0,00 ooo 'z-2:-: Ulm Noqnet szfzzez School Calendar 1956-57 JANUARY 8- 11- 14- Hornets defeated Richland in basketball game Elected Basketball queen. Not much school -- COLD DAY. 18 -- Crowned Joyce Miles, Basketball Queen Won the game over Millersburg. FEBRUARY 1 - Hornets defeated Wadesville. 8 - Hornets defeated Cynthiana. 10 - Luann's 18th birthday. 25 - Sophomore girls toured Deaconess Hospital MARCH 1 - Sectional at Lynnville. 15 - Class Tourney. 19 - APRIL 6 9 12 14 15 19 28 MAY 1-2 2 3 4 Sunshine Girls gave basketball and baseball boys a banquet. Sunshine Convention at Reneselar Senior Class Play. Spring Program. Spring Concert at Huntingburg. Dress Review and Shop Display. Good Friday - - NO SCHOOL. Baccalaureate Services. Exams. Junior and Senior Banquet. Commencement. End of School. z-zz-: Ulm Haque! 1-zz-zz-: sz: Junior Class History We began our Freshman year at Elberfeld High School in the year H54-55" with twenty-three "Green Freshies". Our class was as follows: Ernest Aldridge, Virginia Baird, Sandra Besing, Sharon Besing, Beverly Derrington, Jimmy Duffy, Wilford Fleming, Doris Grimm, Vincent Gwaltney, Jerry Harris, Charles Jackson, Peggy Lockhart, Dorothy Martin, Bennie Menke, Helen Merkel, Marcia Morris, Jo Ann Nave, Coaina Rankin, Marvin Schultz, Hemy Vaught, Martin Vaught, Suzanne Waters and Judy White. We were sorry to lose Dorothy Martin and Jo Ann N ave. We entered our Sophomore year with twenty-one "Silly Sophomores". We were very sorry to lose Ernest Aldridge, who quit school. ' We received our class rings December 12, 1955. We entered our Junior year in 1956-57 with eighteen students. Our class was as follows: Ernest Aldridge, Vir- ginia Baird, Sandra Besing, Sharon Besing, Beverly Der- rington, Jimmy Duffy, Doris Grimm, Vincent Gwaltney, Jerry Harris, Peggy Lockhart, Bennie Menke, Helen Mer- kel, Marcia Morris, Coaina Rankin, Marvin Schultz, David Sultz, Henry Vaught, Martin Vaught, Judy White and George Yancey. We are glad to add to our class Larry Pennington from Millersburgh and George Yancey from Evansville. 19 :-zz-zz-:: :sez-: Zhe Jlognet :-zz-::-zz :azz-z Sophomore Class History We entered Elberfeld High School as Freshmen in the year U55-56" with twenty-seven class members. We were very sorry to lose Sherry Lamb, who moved to California. Our class members are as follows: Mary Alice Alderson, Diann Brown, Vernon Butcher, Hopson Cherry, Betty Ellerbrook, Robert Eller- brook, Charles Englehardt, Donald Feistel, Eddie Geis, Evelyn Garbers, Carole Griffin, Shirley Highsmith, Sandra Higgins, Joanna Kingsbury, Roger Kohlmeyer, Linda Lochmueller, Donna McCoy, Carl Nicholson, Imogene Mills, Bettye Schultz, Marilyn Schepman, Mary Ann Susott, Maureen Sharp, Doris Tomes, Thelson Volkman and Gale Whalen. Our candidates, Joanna Kingsbury and Eddie Geis, were crowned Fall Festival Queen and King. We entered our Sophomore year with twenty-five "Silly Sophomores". We added to our class, Bill Helderman from Wheatland and Helen Yancey from Evansville, while losing Mary Alice Alderson, who moved to Florida. Freshman Class History We entered Elberfeld High School as Freshmen in the year "56-57" with thirty-one class members. Our class members are as follows: Catherine Angermeier, Gail Arendell, James Bond, Mary Lee Broshears, Bobbie Burns, Ray Chumley, Roy Chumley, Brenda Deneke, Betty Fleming, Sue Gardner, Sharon Goerges, Roger Gwaltney, Brenda Harris, Sharon Holtz, Linda Inkenhaus, Laura Johnston, Judy Ketcham, Jennifer Lee, Marianna Menke, Eva Merkel, Kenny Miles, Priscilla Moore, Charlotte Pepper, Michael Rankins, Millicent Schepman, Arthur Schultz, John Schulze, Gloria Jean Smith, Esther Sultz, Robert Vaught and Jerry Whalen. We were glad to accept Jerry Stroud as our thirty-second class member. 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QQ. . .Q ,,. ,.,.,,.,.,.,., .. 4 4 oo o4voonsvQ CLASSES fhnmfis H-. lx E9 000900000000000000000000000000000000000000000O00000000O0000000000000000 0,0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0 0 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 0,q0,0,0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0,0,0,0 0,0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0, 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000'0'00'0'0'0'00000'00'00000000 00000004Q0000000004000000000000000v0000000000000000000000000 ao 0 0 0 0,0,0,0,0,0,0 0,0,0 0,0 0,0 0 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0 0,0,0,0 0,0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3:0 0 0 4 o 0 o o A 4 .. o 4 a 0 n Q 4 Q Q o 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 A 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 o 0 o 0.0390.0.0.o.0.0.4.0.0.0.0.0.0.o.Q'0.o.0.0'Q'o.0.0.0'O.0.0.0.Q:0:03O:4:0g0.0.0.4'o'0.0.o.0'o.0.0.o.0.o.a.c.o.4'0.o.0.o.+.o.o.o'Q.4.Q.o'Q.4.+.a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 4 4 A Q 0 o o o Q 0 ,0, ,0,00,00,0,0,00,0,0,00q00,00,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0, , , , , , ,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,000,0000,0,0,000,0,0,0,000000,0 n -::- ze:-: Zlge JJ0:-,net ez:-z -zzz: OUR FIRST YEAR 1945 Top Row, Left to Right - N orita Oster. Second Row - Raymond Menke. Third Row - Luann Nicholson, Joyce Miles. Fourth Row - Marie Ellerbrook, Donald Blesch. Fifth Row - Larry Holtz, Elaine Sharp, Sylvia Goehlich. OUR LAST YEAR 1957 Top Row, Left to Right - Norita Oster, Larry Holtz, Lander Dorsey, Raymond Menke, LeMoin McKinney, Ronald Blesch, Curtis Simpkins, Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Tyring. Bottom Row - Kathleen Horn, Anna Mae Kiegel, Joyce Miles, Elaine Sharp, Sylvia Goehlich, Luann Nicholson, Marie Ellerbrook. QU? I wh: ' .ep E? V 2 E-NI' f 5' gl, fu Y as fav . I , ,VFV :V ,, A WV' ,' lx .. 'J fr, 1 :I 'JI' I K. inf" L, N . 6 . Ri, WW Q .-W'-3 ' '1 5 K 19 sz:-:zesz:-:azz-zz-::+::-zz-:sz-zz-zz-zz-: Hoqnet :-::-::-::-::-zz-az-2:-zz-:z-::-::-ns:-zz-zz-as-: J UNIORS Top Row, Left to Right - George Yancey, Dave Sultz, Bennie Menke, Vincent Gwaltney, Martin Vaught, Jimmy Duffy, Larry Pennington. Middle Row - Mr. Whitehead, Mrs. Bertram, Helen Mer- kel, Sharon Besing, Beverly Derrington, Henry Vaught, Marvin Schultz, Wayne Marx, Jerry Harris. Bottom Row - Doris Grimm, Coaina Rankin, Marcia Mor- ris, Sharon Miller, Sandra Besing, Peggy Lockhart, Judy White, Virginia Baird. SOPHOMORES Top Row, Left to Right - Donald Feistel, Vernon Butcher, Bill Helderman, Carl Nicholson, Gale Whalen, Robert Ellerbrook, Roger Kohlmeyer, Charles Engelhardt. Middle Row - Diann Brown, Donna McCoy, Mary Ann Susott, Maureen Sharp, Thelma Christopher, Thelson Volkman, Eddie Geis, Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Heilman. Bottom Row - Linda Lochmueller, Betty Ellerbrook, Shirley Highsmith, Helen Yancey, Doris .Tornes, Bettye Schultz, Marilyn Schepman, Sandra Higgins. is si as I lt, sz-'z-:z-:az-2:-zzwafzzasz-:z-:sez-: Hoqnet :-::-::-::-"-:""'-' -::-:sez-z FRESHMEN Top Row, Left to Right - James Bond, Ray Chumley, Jerry Whalen, Jerry Stroud, Michael Rankin, Arthur Schultz, Roger Gwaltney, Bob Vaught, John Schulze, Bobbie Burns, Kenneth Miles. Middle Row - Mr. Heilman, Gloria Jean Smith, Brenda Deneke, Laura Johnston, Esther Sultz, Eva Merkel, Millicent Schepman, Jennifer Lee, Charlotte Pepper, Brenda Harris, Mariana Menke, Betty Fleming, Pris- cilla Moore, Mrs. Siebe. Bottom Row - Sharon Goerges, Linda Inkenhaus, Mary Lee Broshears, Catherine Angermeier, Sharon Holtz, Judy Ketcham, Gail Arendell, Sue Gardener. EIGHTH GRADE Top Row, Left to Right - Terry Flowers, Clarence Tomes, Jerry Mabrey, Gilbert Miller, Gary Rankin, Bill Kings- bury, David Moore, Oliver Trible. Middle Row - Donna Flowers, Carole Judkins, Norma Susott, Helen Stratman, Barbara Hartley, Alan Ahrens, Michael Fritz, Mr. Armstrong. Bottom Row - Jacqueline Brown, Ruth Graper, Marilee Seitz, Alice Marie Kuhlenschmidt, Lora McGraw, Marian Campbell, Deanna Butcher, Bonnie Keeker. J Q n , . new 3 I -A L 1 .fs W I 1 U I4 , xf- YYA X' ' 'A' ,rw 135' ", ,. ' -4 4' H YN? 19 -:zaze::-::-::azz-zz-zz-2:-x:-z:-2:-::-zz-zz-: Noqnet :-::-:z-:z-zz-:x-:se:-z:-zz-zz-:z-2:-zz-zz-zz-2:-as SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES Top Row, Left to Right - Tommy Smith, Gary Schultz, Darrel Blesch, Norman Tomes, Gary Menke, Victor Ross, Donald Harris, Gary Harris, Alan Besing, Ronald Fritz, James Lee, Terry Goerges, Charles Bleckmann, Steve Ketcham. Middle Row - Donna Keeker, Sue Schultz, Linda Thomp- son, Donna Nicholson, Janice Lochmueller, AlmaxHig- gins, Connie Menke ,Charlotte Strange, Jane Aldrige, george Derrington, Curtis Mehne, John Stratman, Mr. esch. Bottom Row - Martha Arendell, Charlotte Peck, Linda Miller, Marilee Mehne, Doris Gardner, Barbara Bethe, Betty Francis, Dian McCoy, Laura Goehlich, Karla Harrington. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES Top Row, Left to Right - Jack Smith, Darrell Reinbrecht, Steve Matthews, Michael Maikranz, Charles Feistel, Jim Gardner, Michael Harbison, Darrell Johnston, Marvin Menke, Ronnie Morris, Paul Huntsman. I Second Row - Mr. Gerichs, Denny Flowers, Kevin O'Neil, John Enlow, Gary Brown, Steve Fritz, Robert Wel- born,1 J im Rankin, Mike Yancey, Phillip Aldridge, Bill Schu tz. Third Row - Karen Kuhlenschmidt, Donna Lochmueller, Carolynn Waters, Betty Shanks, Cassandra Tomes, Maella Schultz, Dorothy Stroub. Bottom Row - Billie Simmons, Phyllis Wheaton, Boxmie Holder, Margaret Deneke, Donna Wood, Margaret White, Delores Yancey, Vera Rowland, Linda Deneke. qssyr. HN Q 1 V , .RQ ax -A.. M 1' " Ng ..'. 1 .. li ll . I' .nf 1' JA.. 3 US! 9 V 'Lf if-?f-Az 1 'WL 'Nbr 4 5 1 X f ' I I ' H 5' f X UH 3- 7:5 ' X '22, lf . ' . - , zf N -. gg ' , M Q 1, 4,1 ri ,-.v,'y, ' far "N,"-r-. ww 'H ,- if wgvfnziw, ,ng si: A V f C32'..."T1' fi' 1 F W i, . ,A ul ze ' :.. . .42-22-2 2 She .Noqnef sz:-::ez-z:-zz-:azz-:azz-axes:-::-zz-zz-23 FOURTH GRADE Top Row, Left to Right - Robert Susott, Dallas Melme, Kenneth Chumley, James Maikranz, Billie Wiggs, Steven Wheaton, Dwayne McCoy, Charles Shanks, Richard Ross, Kenneth Harris. Second Row - Linda Harbison, Nancy Feagley, Franchette Walters, Jack Busing, Jerry Aigner, James Mabray, Don Roberts, Marvin Garbers, Gary Kingsbury, Jimmy Waters, Mr. Wheaton. Third Row - Beatrice Welborn, Evelyn Brown, Patricia Nicholson, Betsy Schulze, Sandra Lou Beal, Barbara Derrington, Sandra Butcher, Marsha Morris, Beverly Highsmitlr, Sharon Rowland. . Bottom Row - Bonnie Arendell, Judy Miller, Sandra Wood- ward, Karen Susott, Dagmar Wohlert, Doris Bro- shears, Gayla Lockwood, Mary Alice Harris, Mary Nan Kuhlenschmidt, Dixie' Harris. THIRD GRADE Top Row, Left to Right - Donald Ray Walters, Ricky Allen Goerges, Melvin Daub, Terry Hunt, Paul Malone, Darrell Putler, David Matthews, Billy Bay Nelson, Ronald Lee Engelhardt, Jerry Feistel, David Derring- ton. Middle Row - Mrs. Warren, Donna Lee Brown, Diane Stratton, Deborah Tomes, Joyce Lee, Lois Gwaltney, Derral Mabrey, Leslie Huntsman, Stephen Geis, Tony Welborn. Bottom Row - Connie Simmons, Cynthia Pride, Kay Snow, Jo Ann Walker, Diana Lee Mabrey, Nancy Kuhlen- schmidt, Elaine Burns, Betty Reinbrecht, Donna Jean Hust, Virginia Harrington, Linda Adams. F EW ? K 232 a 9 OO 09000000 010000 O C O 0009 0000900 O OOO 0900 .-. .-..-.aaa-,.-..-..-area:-2:-.z-. 2 sffoqnef s..-.. '..-N..-.:-.2-..-.:-..-.. Zu SECOND GRADE Top Row, Left to Right - Terry Blesch, Terry Aufterhall, Dennis O'Neil, Thomas Nicholson, Alan Graper, Larry Maikranz, Gerald Matthews, Steven Oeth, Gilbert Burns, John Harrington, Herbert Kuhlenschmidt. Middle Row - Miss Hebbeler, Keith Miller, Andrew Love- less, David Schultz, Patricia Yancey, Wanda Shanks, Jane Menke, Victoria Higgins, Thomas Rankin, Charles J udkins. Bottom Row - Gwendolyn Daywalt, Beverly Keeker, Bar- bara Feagley, Judy Keeker, Diana Woodward, Barbara Montgomery, Linda Susott, Carolyn Reinbrecht, Gloria Johnston, Deborah Zimmerman. FIRST GRADE Top Row, Left to Right - Gerald Stroud, Jack Ross, Daryl Schultz, Robert Harris, David Patterson, Dennis Aigner, Michael Mabrey, Kenneth Schepman, Robert Graper, Edward Simmons, Michael Oeth, Stephen Besing, Joe Harris, Robert Hollingsworth. Middle Row - Sandra Welborn, Judy Marx, Alice Blesch, Joyce Bertram, Pamela Byard, Dennis Englehardt, Randy Schulze, Ottis Putler, Stephen Feagley, Nathan Simmons, Larry Kingsbury, Hubert Kruse, Jerry Cundiff, Mrs. Morris. Bottom Row - Cecilia Trible, Darlene Kuhlenschmidt, Jane Ann Lee, Brenda Butcher, Deborah Hust, Ray- anna Alderson, Brenda Smith, Diane Highsmith, Carol Enlow, Shannon Horn, Brenda Green, Deborah Wiggs. G S 5 1 IIN 22 1 1 E "15r?' -2.2.11-A-v Wa q, -uf Lf ' ' 1 . x.f.-- L' Q .M ., . Tff'3-2,21 -1.1! 1 2 " 3" u . , -, 4- ' ' -,,., :- A, i H ' .. rf 4, 4 . ., :gwn -1 f. 5 - :rife 5 . N "1-i"' Qf?1""2 1 Aft- "fi-, . .w, - LL ' ff' :fain 'N ,-r' NV-','."a2, ,Jxl -. - ' , ' . K .!' 4- .ini 1 'ff' gf, "4 ' 'W A 'lifuil fm' 1 'wnfliw " .if , ,. -Vi - -v4.8-f.'F., ' 'fifai iff .Q - .:' M . .i - 11 ., VM 1. ' : ' fi -a. ' , 1' 1 :'r.4:: ,. 1 1. -A my f . J .." ,-I -A nj' Q 1, ANZ, .,, , V,- 'JJ .xx IT ' - ' n' 1 ., . vga. H .,.- . L - 1 x , 'e . , f ' 1 5. . 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Second Row - Peggy Lockhart, Maureen Sharp, Catherine Angermeier, Esther Sultz, Eva Merkel, Brenda Harris, Mary Lee Broshears, Charlotte Pepper, Laura Johnston, Millicent Schepman, Priscilla Moore, Sue Gardener, Betty Fleming, Linda Inkenhaus. Third Row - Mrs. Bertram, Evelyn Garbers, Doris Grimm, Coaina Ran- kin, Marcia Morris, Sharon Miller, Sandra Besing, Helen Merkel, Virginia Vaird, Gloria Jean Smith, Brenda Deneke, Anna Mae Kiegel, Joyce Miles, Sharon Besing, Beverly Derrington. Bottom Row - Thelson Volkman, Gail. Arendell, Norita Oster, Sylvia Goehlich, Marie Ellerbrook, Elaine Sharp, Luann Nicholson, Kathleen Horn, Judy Ketcham, Jennifer Lee. GLEE CLUB Top Row, Left to Right - Jerry Whalen, Robert Ellerbrook, Larry Holtz, Raymond Menke, Gale Whalen, Carl Nicholson, Jimmy Duffy, Larry Pennington, Vincent Gwaltney, Martin Vaught, Henry Vaught, Mar- vin Schultz, Charles Englehardt, Bobbie Burns. Second Row - Vernon Butcher, Eddie Geis, Sharon Holtz, Mary Ann Susott, Linda Lochmueller, Donna McCoy, Marilyn Schepman, 'ghelnzla Christopher, Sandra Higgins, Roger Kohlmeyer, Jerry trou . Third Row - Shirley Highsmith, Betty Ellerbrook, Peggy Lockhart, Maureen Sharp, Catherine Angermeier, Esther Sultz, Eva Merkel, Brenda Harris, Mary Lee Broshears, Charlotte Pepper, Laura John- ston, Millicent Schepman, Priscilla Moore, Sue Gardener, Betty Flem- ing, Linda Inkenhaus, Diann Brown. Fourth Row - Sharon Goerges, Evelyn Garbers, Doris Grimm, Coaina Rankin, Marcia Morris, Sharon Miller, Sandra Besing, Helen Merkel, Virginia Baird, Gloria Jean Smith, Brenda Deneke, Anna Mae Kiegel, Joyce Miles, Sharon Besing, Beverly Derrington, Mrs. Siebe. Bottom Row - Thelson Volkman, Gail Arendell, Mariana Menke, Norita Oster, Sylvia Goehlich, Marie Ellerbrook, Elaine Sharp, Luann Nichol- son, Kathleen Horn, Judy Ketcham, Jennifer Lee. ORCHESTRA Violins - Doris Grimm, Donna McCoy, Thelson Volkman, Coaina Rankin, Marie Ellerbrook, Marcia Morris, Judy Ketcham, Deanna Butcher, Helen Stratman, Roger Kohlmeyer, Linda Inkenhaus. Cello - Sylvia Goehlich. Piano - Jennifer Lee. Bass Drum - Carl Nicholson. Snare Drum - Robert Ellerbrook, Cymbals -- Norma Susott, Bells - Luann Nicholson and Sharon Holtz. Saxophones - Gloria Smith and Charles Engelhardt. Trombones - Stephen Ket- cham and Norita Oster. Trumpets - Martin Vaught, Brenda Deneke, Marvin Schultz and Jerry Whalen. Tuba - Gale Whalen. Clarinets - Larry Holtz, Mary Ann Susott and Beverly Derrington. Director - Mrs. Ruth W. Siebe. 19 :-:az-::-::-2:-::-2:-2:-::-za-as-nfs:-::-::-:z-zz-: Jfognet :-::-::-zz-zz-2:-:ze:-zz-z:-:sz-::-:z-:z-2:-2:-zz-: PEP CLUB Top Row, Left to Right - Kenneth Miles, James Bond, Ray Chumley, Terry Flowers, Vernon Butcher, Roger Gwaltney, Wayne Marx, Mar- tin Vaught, Larry Pennington, Jim Duffy, Vincent Gwaltney, Gale Whalen, Eddie Geis, Charles Englehardt, Bobby Burns. Second Row - Connie Menke, Alma Higgins, Ruth Graper, Marilee Seitz, Alice Marie Kuhlenschmidt, Donna Flowers, Marian Campbell, Helen Stratman, Ronnie Blesch, Larry Holtz, Bob Vaught, Jerry Stroud, Lander Dorsey, Arthur Schultz, Roger Kohlmeyer, Bob Ellerbrook, Marvin Schultz. Third Row - Mr. Whitehead, Mr. Heilman, Betty Ellerbrook, Shirley Highsmith, Norma Susott, Gail Arendell, Judy Ketcham, Sandra Besing, Marcia Morris, Thelson Volkman, Maureen Sharp, Eva Mer- kel, Esther Sultz, Brenda Deneke, Gloria Smith, Luann Nicholson. Fourth Row - Brenda Harris, Charlotte Pepper, Helen Merkel, Virginia Baird, Lora McGraw, Janice Lochmueller, Linda Thompson, Norita Oster, Marie Ellerbrook, Anna Kiegel, Joyce Miles. Bottom Row - Priscilla Moore, Mary Ann Susott, Linda Lochmueller, Jennifer Lee, Elaine Sharp, Sharon Holtz, Sylvia Goehlich, Dian McCoy, Laura Goehlich, Sandra Higgins, Barbara Hartley. CHEERLEADERS Left to Right - Elaine Sharp, Sylvia Goehlich, Sharon Holtz. f E2 ,jx W Q,'iis E 5' u u '59 e 0 U' 19 :-:aes:-zz-zz-zz-:sez-axes:-2:-::-zzwzzcxaza Jfognet :-::-::-::-zaeae:-x:-::-:zs:a-::-:sa::-::-:ss BASEBALL Back Row, Left to Right - Mr. Whitehead, Curtis Simp- kins, Ronnie Blesch, Lander Dorsey, Jimmy Duffy, Arthur Schultz, Bob Vaught, Larry Holtz. Front Row -- James Bond, Jerry Whalen, Wayne Marx, Henry Vaught, Gale Whalen, Eddie Geis, Marvin Schultz. GRADE TEAM Back Row, Left to Right - Ronald Fritz, Mike Fritz, Clarence Tomes, Terry Flowers, David Mabrey. Middle Row - Mr. Gerichs, Ronald Enlow, David Moore, Steve Ketcham, Donald Harris, Gary Harris, Ralph Trible. Front Row - Dian McCoy, Donna Flowers, Laura Goehlich. .:c:-::-::h::-:s::e:-:s:-:s-::-::c:-::-::-::4 ,floqnet mx:-zzeszzczax-zz-zz-::-x-zz-sz-zzezszss SECOND TEAM Back Row, Left to Right - Bob Vaught, Eddie Geis, Gale Whalen, Arthur Schultz, Roger Kohlmeyer, Roger Gwaltney, Robert Ellerbrook, Mr. Whitehead. Front Row - James Bond, Ray Chumley, Bobby Burns, Jerry Whalen, Charles Englehardt. VARSITY Back Row, Left to Right - Bennie Menke, Larry Penning- ton, Jimmy Duffy, Vincent Gwaltney, Martin Vaught, Lander Dorsey, Henry Vaught, Mr. Whitehead. Front Row - Ronnie Bleach, Wayne Marx, Larry Holtz, Marvin Schultz. WW 4 af ZEX 03000, 030.90301 0000.0 ,sooo 30, , 000 000 19 .......s:-.a..:..-..4:..: Jloqnet :-::-::-::':z-zz-zz-zz-zz-zz-:: :-:zzz-..-.sm Team Roster VINCENT GWALTN EY - 6'1" Junior forward. Good all around ball player. Leading rebounder, good jump shot, good one hand shot, good feeder, and gets ball out well for fast break. He should be one of the better players in the county again next season. BENNIE MENKE - 5'11" Junior forward. He has a good jump shot and one hand push shot. He is the leading free throw shooter on the team. Good rebounder. He has a tendency to forget training rules. In condition he makes team click. Watch him next year. JIMMY DUFFY - 6'1" Junior center. A good rebounder, good jump shot and connects well with long one hand push shots. He has a great de- sire to win. He could be the key to a very successful season next year by working hard on defense. JERRY HARRIS - 5'6" Junior guard. He is a good ball handler and jump shooter. A pressure defense will probably not bother this team. A good man on the fast break. Would be a greatly improved ball player if he could keep from getting mad at himself. MARVIN SCHULTZ - 5'7" Junior guard. His specialty is a long one hand shot. Has a good jump shot and can drive. Has a great desire to win. Teamed with Harris, they are two of the smallest, but best guards in the county. RONNIE BLESCH - 5'10" Senior. A first class reserve at either for- ward or guard. The only reserve to play in all games this year. A very good rebounder despite lack of size. Has a good push shot and jump shot. Being a Senior probably kept him from starting line up, although he started several games. He crowned the Basketball Queen. WHEW! LARRY PENNINGTON - 6'0" Junior forward. A transfer from Millers- burg. A good rebounder. Needs to practice hard on hitting baskets. Has possibilities as top reserve next year. WAYNE MARX - 5'8" Junior. Plays both forward and guard. A good shot and hard worker. He needs more experience at guard. Should be very valuable next year. MARTIN VAUGHT - 6'0" Junior. Reserve center. A left handed shooter, saw little action. Could be most improved player next season. LARRY HOLTZ - 5'7" Senior guard. One of three Seniors on squad. He saw a lot of aution and improved his shooting and ball handling during the year. He tried too hard, which probably held him back. HENRY VAUGHT - 5'10" forward or guard. He is a good one hand shot. He could be a man for spot assignments next year. LANDER DORSEY - 5'10" Senior forward. The first negro to make varsity at E. H. S. Last varsity played to score. Well liked by all players. Nicknamed "Sunshine". gs Q, so Q 19 :-:sz-: ghe Noqnet :-::-::-: Teams Played Lynnville ...,...,.......... Stendal .A,,....,..., Chrisney .,........ Mackey ...,.4..e.,.., Mt. Olympus Francisco .......,..... Tennyson .,.......... Haubstadt .,..,.,.,. Newburgh ..,....... Basketball VARSITY SCORES HOLIDAY TOURNEY Grlffm .....,..,.,,,..,... ,.l......,. ................. .,..l....,,........4...,........,...,......... Wadesville ..... Otwell ........... Richland ...,..,..,. Chandler .,44...4..........,. Millersburgh Poseyvllle .....,.,.... Wadesville 4..., Cynthiana ,4..,.. Holland ......,,.e.,. Hazleton ........,. Tennyson ...,..... Newburgh ....... SECTIONAL They 57 50 46 31 50 70 73 36 42 67 66 45 58 50 54 55 56 36 65 32 43 44 0,04- sooo Teams Played Lynnville ,..,.,.,,......... Chandler .....,.,.. Mackey ,....,....,.. Cynthiana ....,.,..... Lynnville ........ gaps.: sooau glze .Hoznet Baseball FALL 1956 Chandler ..,..............,.................. The line-up as f Pltcher ,.., . ,,..,..4.....,..,......,.l.l....l.,l....l..l.l. .... Catcher ,. ......4. .. First Base 4...,...,., Second Base .......... Third Base ,..,..... Shortstop ..,.......... Left Field ...,........ Center Field ......,... Right Field ..,...... Utility Players: Lander Dorsey a......l.,. Henry Vaught James Bond ........l. Jerry Whalen ...,,..t,,., Gale Whalen .l..a...,...... Arthur Schultz Bob Vaught .l.,...,.... ollows : pgsog Q sonata 4 We They 5 4 14 5 8 7 4 7 5 11 5 6 Wayne Marx and Eddie Geis Larry Holtz Ronnie Blesch Jerry Harris Curt Simpkins Marvin Schultz Jimmy Duffy Ernest Aldridge Mttqtuvincent Gwaltney Outfield First Base Outfield Outfield Outfield Catcher Outfield N , .-4 KA-fHle.e,M ff" 1 Rolvlvie. H 7 s N af f-.T MAR,ie, Z f-- - I iq, 44 -1 1- uf.- -, 4. 'I f 5 5 O CL jxxh. ff0R.1"l'Fl Ellxinrc, 0 HC-hfltlf LARRY pq, C, u. Ri 5"""-.f din Y V , 4 E"1 9 f' , I Af-fnrlx Mme, L. u. A Af lv' ' .j.."3g-'2 4-' , D. 7 'gift-eff' PM A A-1 f "I '5 "Q 1 s T i MY A ,, , V .5 V "' L A MDG lL L I . - S lvilk S1'eAIin' 'Hlc Ngf Cause: 3-,rf ' Hnrevifff 'J T115 .Loans CO'-0 g4.y440lV0 HARD w onxnle Enn-of QHnis1'MAs PJA 7' W kl,h'r 4 .jsiecfv Quee +QuceN- 5-b-5-7 ZZ -try K N31 - fs' . 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The Elberfeld State Bank Elberfeld, Indiana Large Enough To Serve You Strong Enough To Protect You Small Enough To Know You So Come In and See Us Member of Federal Reserve System I '32 95 mousoooouoooooou ono ooovoooo ag evacuees osouooooovoonoooapgn uuaeooososoeo ososnoooocosoooco one e nnoocooosooo ooooosoooso aoooooosooa Compliments of Ingle Coal Corporation and Ditney Hill Mine Store Elberfeld Indiana 9 36- 'Z2'22'ZZ'232'!Z-2Z'!Z'22'22-ZZ-II-II-2242428232-2242'!2452Z4!'Z2-2!'2!'2!'!Z-22-I!-2212324!'ZZ'23Z-25232-IZ-I2-Z2 " ui-2522'23!'2Z4 I2 P nooooooooooooosooooonoaouoo00000000 0,aooo,oou,oooo,oono,oooo9ooo,ooco,oooo3oa 5 7 fo s'o o'v Q'o c3Q'oo'o o'oa'o o'o o'oo'o Co do Q'oo'o Q5 fo h e N t Q oo'oooo'oQoo'o s oo'osoo'ocoo'o o oo'ocos'oooo'o "Serve Yourself and Save" At 'Seen C. Nicholson Store . Elberfeld, Indlana , ounupgsoeuooooouov 1,noon5v3o,soooooooognoQopen:oo,oo,oo,o1upopnoooaquoo,upo,u,oa,u,npo 42-23242-25222!'w.'..'.....c..w.wa..-.v.I'2...'..'........s.w.a.-....'....s.'f...Mns....c..s.'n..'...............33 :-::-:: :-::-: 6,33 Noqnet :-:: as-: Come To Bud and Kayxs MARATHON SERVICE STATION For Washing - Lubrication - Tune-Ups Expert Wheel Balancing "Servicing Is Our Business" Phone 68 Elberfeld, Indiana 633332-22-23333242-Z32'!2'233Z-ZX 3324242424522-21-22-23242-2 I-2 '. -. 1 32'!Z-3332-22-23 he .Hotnel 33' ' ' 33 Congratulations to the Class of '57 from the Ideal Pure Milk Co., Incorporated Makers of Quality Chek'd Dairy Products "First In Good Taste" l G s '. 233 2-I 24 3 -. :sz -fg- ,eopopo 9 I9 r...... :-::-::-:za Nognet :-::'::-::- z:-::-:z-: 57 Compliments of HOTEL VEN DOME Perpetually New Evansville, Indiana Over 60 Years of Continuous Service PEOPLES TRUST 81 SAVINGS BANK If You Bank With Us, You Can Bank On Us Boonville, Indiana 'EG' C32'Z2'!33Z'Z33'2!' ei!-33'23!'Z32'22'Z2'2922'22-'s " '2 -.E '-".'s!-.s 3'9" x -wc.333-RIG :ez-::-:ze Noqnet :-z:-::-::- Compliments of S. S. 8: S. MANUFACTURING CO 200 E. Morgan Avenue Evansville, Indiana EVANSVILLE WASHER PARTS 81 SERVICE Washer Parts All Makes and Models Service Phone HA 3-8867 918 - 920 W. Penn. St. Evansville, Indiana if M 2 3 we r,s ap ops ,Q 0,0 op op uoooos ooo-ooo eye- -:x-2:-:azz Compliments of FIRST AVENUE TRIM SHOP Custom Made Seat Covers, Sport Tops and Complete Trim 2508 First Avenue C. E. Steele, Prop Phone HA 4-2190 Evansville, Indiana CHAS. A. MORRIS Agent Insurance and Bonds Elberfeld, Indiana Elie .Hoznet :-1:-me 3 '-. sa X4- z-z:-::-zz-: Ulm Nognef :-::-::-::- R. H. WILSON LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Millwork - Building Supplies Sheet Metal Shop - Plumbing Materials Phone 38 Elberfeld, Indiana Compliments of BOETTICHER 81 KELLOGG CO INC. Wholesale Hardware Evansville, Indiana if "' Ji? I9 he .fvloznet Iwrfi- 22-2222-2 Compliments of THE HORN ET'S NEST Restaurant Serving Delicious Chicken and Steak Dinners Phone UN 7-2386 McCutchanvi1Ie, Indiana Compliments of MORRIS' STANDARD SERVICE STATION Elberfeld, Indiana id- 82483332-233-23 '2!'!2'!33'J 85-332-!2'2332'232'33Z'232'12-2!'22'!932'3I-332'2!'2!-32-3522-ZZ-22-22 -. 33522-I 19 . .:-::-:za Zhg Ngqnet :-::'::-: . . -:zzz-zz-: "You,ll Enj oy" . MILK - ICE CREAM Evansville, Indiana HAN DY FURNITURE CO. 110 N. Main Street Evansville, Indiana Handy congratulates you Seniors - - lots of good luck. If in the future We can serve you or your parents or friends, it will be a pleasure. ogg. so so z-zz-zz-: -age rp op o oo, nga 0,0 op Q, o Q I9 Zine Hoinef Im! MORRIS' LUNCH Lunches - Ice Cream - Soft Drinks School Supplies and Gifts Elberfeld, Indiana NORTH SIDE FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION Insured Savings - Real Estate Loans Current Rate On Savings 37, Per Annum 120 N. Main Street Evansville, Indiana age- -zz-zz-zszesz-::f::-::-zz :-:ses ghe Hgqnef :-::-::-: For a real thirst- quenchea.. Nothing Qgg Q 1..,h M A, . lp Seven-Up! i SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. Phone HA 5-7755 218 Olive Street Evansville 9, Indiana VOLKMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 54 Elberfeld, In'diana 60 95' V3 'P 'P 0,0 0,4 0,0 05 0 0 0 A 0 Q 19 Hognet Compliments of WILKINS TRUCK STOP Good Food Phone UN 7-2180 Hwy. 57, Route 3 Evansville, Indiana Compliments of MARILYN 8: DAVE'S CAFE Family Room Available Elberfeld, Indiana ie- -::-::-..e".-.:-::-::Q::-::- -. -. -. -. -.-. -. -. -. -. -.:-:ram-: -og o o oooooo o o.u,oo,u n so 50.05 19 :-::'::-::-::"' ' .. :-: he Hoqnet .... . .. 5 7 C011zfwIz711zcnts of J. VOGEL 8: SONS BOTTLER Evansville, Indiana ELBERFELD AUTO S LES Sales Ford Service Elberfeld, Indiana ec . 2-:zzz-: -Q :-: -:ze 5,13 Hoqnef :-::-: z-zzz:-: Woods Rexall Stores Woods Rexall Drug Stores Have Filled Over 2,000,000 Prescriptions Evansville, Indiana Complim ents of Federal Produce Evansville, Indiana Compliments of Emge Packing Co., Inc. Meat Packers Ft. Branch, Indiana ,ABLE M5430 COLA 0 "HL: PLE P59 05 W sf? Qnuums More For Your Money! Boonville, Indiana .3'32'!2'!Z-ZZ-I82'2!'22'13Z-33-225 - -. 26922-22-22-Z2-23' s " '. 33 -Da- zz- :-2:4 Uhe ,-Hgqngt :'::'::-zz Boonville National Bank Member of Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Boonville, Indiana Fisher Bros. Lumber Co. Complete Line of Building Materials Specializing In Fir Dimensions New Homes For Sale In Chandler Phone WA 5-3331 Chandler, Indiana Ray O. Wilson Supplier of Sinclair Products Phones: Office 525 Residence 726 South Second Street Boonville, Indiana W. T. Grant Co. Your Friendly Family Store You Must Be Satisfied or Your Money Back 509 Main Street Phone HA 2-5544 Evansville, Indiana ,gg 'v.w.vv'.v-e , ,. v. 0. g.gg.gg.g ,oo,oo,so,e oooouu z-:sm -ago :,ao,o apo ro . :sos sw Ulm Jvlomet :-:z-2:-: J. Hershel Monroe Your Jeweler Phone 46 Princeton, Indiana J. C. Erwin Feed Mill Buyers of All Kinds of Grains Custom Grinding and Mixing Molasses Blending - Fertilizer and Phosphates Delivery Service - Stanley's Feeds - Erwin's Feeds Sa1sbury's Sanitation Products Phone McCutchanvi11e UN 7-3533 Baby Chicks Hatched Every Week Compliments of Royal Crown Cola Best By Taste Test Evansville, Indiana apps- -::-zz-2:-:ex ov gs o.1u,uo,ovp op v,- dnsnsibooboaulan Lomax 81 Doerner Your Athletic Equipment Sporting Goods Headquarters 20 S. E. Second Street Evansville, Indiana :-2:4242-:sea ag.- zzz: ze:-zz-2 ghg ,Hgqnet 14:4 '- :sc For Fine Flowers Kleitz Flowers, Inc. 721 Main Street Phone HA 2-1164 Serving Evansville and the Tri-State Since 1927 R. R. No. 2 Compliments of Oster's Motel Junction Highway 57 and 68 Elberfeld, Indiana Compliments of Princeton Farms Compliments of Federal Produce Evansville, Indiana o oouoo Q on ,Q soousooopoorp posoo you Q gooooo 026 !'3!-Z!-22'-!2'I33!'!.'2Z'..-..'.!-.!-2!- . . nuvns.-...e.0!.c.c.2'..us3s2s1!'2.n'..s 333 :-: 57 :-zz-2 -aa I3 0,4 apo.: o o s oooooo 33 Ulze .Notnet 222-22- Compliments of Roth's Department Store Phone 100 Boonville, Indiana Compliments of Mrs. Daniel C. Sherick Lynnville, Indiana Compliments of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company "The Light Refreshment" Quality Distributors, Inc. Evansville, Indiana Best Wishes To The Graduating Class of '57 Leslie H. Hendrickson Attorney At Law Boonville, Indiana l2Z'!!'Z!s!2-Z2-I!'!32'I 32-292 23!'222.'2-I op-Q. Q Q , 's ...ass 55.1-25226522626I-25224832-Z!-2!'!3!4. oz? :-::-: Gite Hognet :-::-: -zz Congratulations to the Senior Class From Purcell Seed Co. Home of Purcell's Scientific Balanced Hog and Poultry Feeds Home of Tru-Val Quality Tested Field Seeds 301 E. Illinois Street Evansville, Indiana Scheer's Electric Hatchery Home of Southern Indiana's Finest Chicks Boonville, Indiana we C0mPl1ment.v of ' 'I ""' 5, V .,,.,,, -I Evansvluei 35 ki f - ' Indlana -" ' Roy M. Hullet and Son G. M. C. Trucks - Oldsmobile Cars Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment Phone 82-J 414 South Street Boonville, Indiana '30 2 w K-0 03 4,0 0,1 o os oooaoo ze:-:ze 51,3 Noqnet :-zz-zz-: .- Compliments of Beard's "It Pays To Play" Grusin's Department Store Top Quality Merchandise At Popular Prices Open Every Friday and Saturday Until 8:30 p.m. "We Give Top Value Stamps" Corner of North Main and Iowa Street Evansville, Indiana Compliments of Riverside Auto Parts "The Home of a Million Parts" 5 E. Riverside Drive Evansville, Indiana Princeton Mining Co. King's Mine Deep Vein Coal Phone FU 5-341 Princeton, Indiana 3824 . 0 !a!'Ze2 3332-23 S! ZZ-2 2'!!'!!'233 If!!-23 241-22-2 Z-32-23 so 030,049 osvov 8'5" Zine .Hotnet John H. Chappell Optometrist Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted 211 W. Morton Street Oakland City, Indiana Compliments of Everett Roadwell and William Thomas Derbyshire Pharmacy Prescription Specialists "Make Our Corner Your Corner" Corner Main and Broadway Princeton, Indiana Kenny Kent Chevrolet Co., Inc. At 8th and Main Lot Phone HA 3-4049 See Our Salesmen Mac Shaw - Cletus Whittner - Cliff Johnson Mac McCormick - Les Compton and Paul Drain, Used Car Manager in za 1 -: ah 19 :-zz-z: :esac-: Zlle Hognet :-::-::-: Compliments of Merry Go Round Drive-In Highway 41 North Evansville, Indiana Compliments of Windmill Restaurant and Service Station 24 Hours Service Jct. Hwy. 41 - 57 Phone UN 7-2121 Barclay's Marathon Service Fourth and Main Phone 165 Boonville, Indiana Nussmeier Engraving Company Fine Stationery Engraved For Social, Professional and Commercial Use 23 S. E. Second Street Evansville, Indiana -Q0 'Z !'!3!'22'23Z'Z33!'!3'!Z-2 24 333332-224Z'Z 62'!!'!!-232-2292-ZZ'243626242482-2243-2562 Bi? ogg qpopop , cop ooop Zlze .Hotnel 222-M Compliments of Wright Packing Co. For Red Meats: That shortens the belt line, lengthens the life line. Phone Chandler WA 5-3371 Chandler, Indiana Eissler Auto Service Wreck Rebuilding Phone HA 2-7819 Heidelback and Walnut Evansville, Indiana West Side Grocery Ame and Earl Murray Quality Meats and Groceries Elberfeld, Indiana Oakland City Furniture Company Complete Home Furnishings Phone 166-J South Jackson Street Oakland City, Indiana ..-...un . '. 2' - 3 saw -2 ' 33 nov Xue. Q"J sooo 2-2-9? 19 z-::':: :-::-zz-: alle Hggngt :-zz-z:-: Read The Boonville Stand ard - Since 1875 - "Just like a letter from home." Compliments of Ben Franklin Store Ft. Branch, Indiana Strickland Flower Shop We Deliver Flowers For All Occasions Day Phone 381 Night Phone 273 Specializing In Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays and Funerals 133 N. Main Street Oakland City, Indiana Ritchie's Standard Service Tires - Batteries - Accessories Junction 57 and 68 els- iz:-zz-:ass-::+::+:z'::-zz-:sz:-2:-:aes-zz-zz-zz-:sez-:sn z ai? 2: :-::-: Ulm Naqnet ez:-::-:' zz Miller's Shell Service Plate Lunches - Short Orders Junction 57 and 68 Elberfeld, Indiana Some Feature Quality - Some Feature Quantity We Feature Both Try Us and We'll Be Friends For Ever More Parkette Drive-In Phone 6824 Boonville, Indiana Huffman Enterprises, lnc. Studebaker Cars and Trucks Hwy. 61, 4 Miles North of Boonville Phone 38-J-1 Charles W. Huffman, Sales Manager Ed Henager Planing Mill Lumber - Millwork - Cabinets 1064 E. Morgan Avenue Phone HA 5-2255 Evansville, Indiana ep . .-':f::-::-::-::- ego : :cz-:ze Ulm .Hoqngt :-:sz-z :rw Kimbrough Jewelers Diamonds - Watches - Silver We Specialize In Watch and Clock Repair 167 N. Main Oakland City, Ind. Compliments of Oakland City Journal Nossett Building Oakland City, Indiana Compliments of Deluxe Cleaners Pick-Up Service On Tuesday and Thursday In Elberfeld, Indiana Princeton, Indiana Manning Implement Sales J. I. Case Farm Machinery G. M. C. Trucks P. O. Box 307 Phone FU 6-6323 Princeton, Indiana Q 4 Q is 2432-ZZ-228332-Z!-2Z-22-2248!-22-Z!-Z2 242-22-IA33352921-224315!'22'2Z'2.'!Z!!!'.'Z-2'-"' I'22'23!'!!'2!'I ms- was Hoqnet z-zz-: z lVIeny's Store, Inc. Dry Goods and General Merchandise Gas and Electric Appliances Haubstadt, Indiana Drive Carefully! Krause Body Works Lloyd's Motor Sales Studebaker Cars - Trucks Champion - Commander - President 2214-18 W. Franklin Street Phone HA 3-5438 Evansville, Indiana The Big Swing Is To The Boonville Enquirer Warrick County's fastest growing newspaper. If you are not now a subscriber, we urge you to take a trial sub- scription and compare it with any other Warrick County paper. e 0 0, una. , ,nu Q 3!'!35!32'.2'2!we2..Isaac!!-22 .c..-2!'.!'2!f224!-232 243 up abuopo no s :ooo ::-:za Ulm Hognet :az-:z-: -zzz:-: The Better Jobs Go To The Better Trained Lockyear's Business College Evansville, Indiana Compliments of GARLAND'S RADIO 8z TV SHOP Boonville, Indiana Compliments of LEROY GHORMLEY Phillips 66 Service Station Boonville, Indiana C01llfJll1l181'll'S of DR. DIMMET AND DR. RUDOLPH Compliments of McCARTHY HARDWARE Furniture - Floor Coverings Stoves Ft. Branch, Indiana LEWIS QUALITY SERVICE Zepher Gas and Oil Tires - Batteries Road Service Open 7 Days A Week Daylight, Indiana W- 283332-2!'233Z'22-2 2-22-2 !'!!'22s!2s252!-Z!-23 2' WALTER S. ADDINGTON Your Nash Dealer Phone 595 227 S. 3rd Street Boonville, Indiana 1 novo.. 1 as .5 sm 245324 5252 2-2 2-:iq 52 -95- rp 0,0 ooo, 0,0 09 2 3 I9 nosoo'oo 'ooo UTTERBACKS Lunch - Fountain Service Magazines - Greeting Cards Frankoma Pottery Packaged Drugs Main Street Oakland City, Indiana .Hoznet Sf' OAKLAND CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Oakland City, Indiana NEWS AND GIFT STORE School and Office Supplies Cameras - Film Service Toys - Hobby Craft Greeting Cards Oakland City, Indiana Compliments of Jr. - Ott FRANCISCO AUTO SALES Compliments of REX BESING 66, ,cog o o 1, ng sanyo , ng po.. N. . . .4 Q GERALD MATTHEWS 8z SONS Portable Feed Mill Grinding, Mixing and Feeds Elberfeld, Indiana Phone Elberfeld 44 Compliments of Tom and Vivian Durham GAR'S Wheatonville, Indiana POWER'S RADIATOR SERVICE Lowell Powers, Prop. Radiators Cleaned Repaired - Recored Phone 45-11 Lynnville, Ind "2-22-22452352324 3332 19 ez:-:sez-z: :mx-2 Hound :-zz-::. :-::-::-: 57 RAUTH GROCERY DAYLIGHT BETTER FEED Master Mix Feeds Sm I Grinding - Mixing TUFDII1 H111 Molasses Blending In Phone UN 7-3768 Turpm VIH Daylight, Indiana AUSTIN'S STANDARD Tires - Batteries - Accessories Washing - Lubrication Tire Repair Jct. 68 - 61 Lynnville, Indiana f.'07'I1f71iI'IlEHf5 of A FRIEND C,'011zpli111e'nts of JESSIE'S BEAUTY SHOP Compliments of FRANKLIN PASTRY SHOP Specializing In Wedding and ' Birthday Cakes Bread, Rolls and Pastry Phone HA 4-1745 Evansville, Indiana DR. A. C. STOCKER Optometrist Visual Training Contact Lens 2311 W. Franklin St. Evansville 12, Indiana Phone HA 4-8898 SHURIG HARDWARE Since 1892 Complete Line of Kurfees Paints Oakland City, Indiana 026- Q22332432433if!332-!2'!!v22'23!'Z!-22-22-25 C2-2'-2922-2!'32-232'2."4522C2'!3!'!3-.'!C3!'!52!'2!'22'3!'!2'22-2I-3333!-28 QQ' ov apo, 0,003 ooo .ooo e PAUL FORSTON Jeweler Expert Jewelry and Watch Repairing 15 S. E. Third Street Phone HA 4-8373 Evansville, Indiana .Hoqnet :-::-: -zz-zz-:z-: MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO 604 Main Street Next Door To Loew's Treatre Phone HA 2-4812 Evansville, Indiana Compliments of JIM 8: BERT'S Family Room Available ASTER NUT PRODUCTS CO., INC. 1004 Main Street Evansville 8, Indiana Congratulations GOEKE'S DEPT. STORE On The North Side 700 North Main Corner Delaware Evansville, Indiana Save The Difference Loans Arranged Evansville New and Used Car Sales PUCKETT REALTY CO. Joe Puckett, Mgr. 1008 Main Street Phone HA 4-2996 Evansville, Indiana Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK AND COMPANY Princeton, Indiana ..... ,...., .. , , .cams-:azz-::-2:-zzw..-. :-::.e...:-2.-.:4::::: -2:-:z-:sez-:z-.'-2 ago Q 43 up ,Q up op a sooo ouooo e Compliments of MARILU'S BEAUTY SHOP 1 Mile East of 57 - - On 68 "Where Hair Is Handled With Care" Compliinents of DR. R. V. BROWN Oakland City, Indiana Jfoqnet :-::-::-: :-zz-2:-: Largest Stock of Guns In Seven States DICK MILLER Complete Line of Sporting Goods 215 W. State St. Phone FU 5-3447 Princeton, Indiana C. M. MILLER GROCERY 8: HARDWARE Sinclair Service Mal - Verena Motel On Highway 57 1 Mile North of Highway 68 Open Sundays Compliments of BROWN 'S GROCERY General Merchandise "Stop and Shop" Millersburg, Indiana Cfompliments of DR. LEO H. SANTINI Chiropractor 807 N. 3rd St. Phone 281 Boonville, Indiana W. L. S. WOOD AGENCY Ralph W. Wood James Y. Wood Serving Princeton and Vicinity Since 1895 Insurance - Real Estate Mortgage Loans Dial FU 5-2977 Princeton, Indiana Phone Us For Guaranteed Service PRINCETON APPLIANCE 8z SERVICE CO. West Side of Square Phone FU 5-2023 Princeton, Indiana Q6 3 3522-' HF!-!'4"Z '-' """""" 'f' "'32'!3!'2I'2 32s221!38Z'22'2333Z'2 3 2-22-Z38!'2!'2!'!3'232"' ' ' "!2'333Z'3 acpopog 22-22 1-23 Che .Hounet 1-222 57 Compliments of BEAUTY NOOK Edith Geiselman Boonville, Indiana PEMBERTON HARDWARE Red Spot Paints Philgas Bottled Gas Hoffman T. V. Complete Line of Hardware Lynnville, Indiana Compliments of DR. J. W. LUCKETT Boonville, Indiana ROTH MOTORS, INC. Ford Farm Tractors and Industrial Equipment Sales - Service Crosley - Bendix Home Appliances and T. V. Boonville, Indiana VERNON W. GARDNER Hobart Sales and Service Phone HA-32984 900 W. Columbia Evansville, Indiana Complete Line of Food Machines ALVIN DEUTSCH Home Building and General Contractor Phone 2-11 Elberfeld, Indiana Q Q u - , Q.,-,. u oolo:g:':vo:'o::a nuis- LYNNVILLE FEED STORE Crushing - Shelling Grinding I Co-Op Feeds Henry R. Wheaton, Mgr. Lynnville, Indiana Compliments of MILLER'S ORCHARD Apples - Peaches Lynnville, Indiana eye '-. z -2: ':':-::-::-::-::- :-zz-: -sie vp op 0,0 ,Q no op I9 so-no :Jon E H. F. METZ International Harvester Farm Machines and Motor Trucks General Electric Appliances Wayne Feeds Phone 155 Boonville, Ind. J AMISON MONUMENT COMPANY Boonville, Indiana Phone Lynnville 283-2 Rep. Oscar Panhorst Elberfeld, Indiana C01-rl pliuzffnls of A FRIEND Jfoqnef :-::'::- :-zz-zz-: THE FLOWER SHOP Personalized Flowers" Delivery Service Anytime - Anywhere 108 W. Division Boonville, Indiana Evelyn Vote Clara Tobin PILKINGTON'S GENERAL STORE Best Prices On Furs Millersburg, Indiana Co lfif 1 pliments of DR. JOHN E. NORMAN Optometrist Phone HA 5-3603 616 N. Main Street C'01npIi111ents of MEAD'S GIFT SHOP Lynnville, Indiana Why Go To The Store When We Deliver To Your Door The Bakers of Harvest Queen Bread NELSON BAKING COMPANY Vincennes, Indiana QE- '-333331-23522624 3 Z'Z3'2!1!2'23!-II-232-23242-35-3 2-22433332-29233523352523532-2242'!!'Z2'22'22'22'!2'32i.'2'2N 19 .-::-:z- :-:z-: Zyhe Compliments of SEAT COVER CENTER 1614 South Kentucky Evansville, Indiana Hgqnet :-zz-: -::-::-::-: 57 Compliments of DE VRY'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 28 Main St. Evansville, Ind. Phone HA 5-8505 or HA 4-3596 JONE'S CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE Quality Merchandise Oakland City, Indiana D. W. STEARLY CO. AND MATHES HEATING 8z AIR CONDITIONING, INC. 201 N. W. First St. Phone HA 4-4289 Evansville, Indiana FLOWERS BY TOLLIVER Largest Display of Flowers In The Tri-State Phone HA 5-2271 611 Main Evansville, Ind. Compliments of ARTHUR WILSON Attorney At Law BECKNER JEWELRY STORE Watches - Diamonds Jewelry North Side of Square Princeton, Indiana Compliments of DR. LAWRENCE W. GLADISH Registered Podiatrist ge -zz-:sem-zz-zzz:-zzazaz z 24:-: gg. -age '-.'e:-xx:-:sez-zz-:: I9 -::-::-: Compliments of BETTY ANN Pastry Shop e Hoqnef :-::-::-: :-:: POWELLS Your Friendly Keepsake Jewelers South Side of the Square Boonville, Indiana Today and Every Day" RHODES' CAFE Open 5 a.m. Daily 'till Midnight Boonville, Indiana HESTER MOTOR CO. Dodge - Plymouth Sales "Job-Rated" Trucks First Choice Used Cars Boonville, Indiana THE MODEL DEPT. STORE Boonville, Indiana LYNNVILLE ROLLER RINK Come In For An Evening 'of Fun Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Private Parties Accommodated GEORGE RINGHAM Water Hauling Phone 2842 Lynnville, Indiana Compliments of THE LA RENO Under New Management Dave and Anna Mae Stone 'ISI-231-2243!-ZZ-I!-E!-22' 23332-22s2!'2Z'2!1I2f!-2 I-2 I-2 S!! 1 :-zz :-:ze Ulm ALAN'S The Diamond Store of Evansville 607 Main Hggnet :-::-:z-zz :aes-: 57 Compliments of GERHARD AHRENS General Merchandise Elberfeld, Indiana ROSEMEYER 8: BROWN Real Estate - Insurance Bonds Phone 3-4471 Ft. Branch RIDGWAY'S OPTOMETRISTS Established 1882 Dr. George V. Ridgway Dr. M. D. Cooper Dr. J. Royston Victor Dr. Charles A. Brizius Phone HA 5-2441 313 Main St. Evansville, Ind. Prescriptions CHANDLER PHARMACY Chandler, Indiana and SCALES PHARMACY Boonville, Indiana MILLERS FEED AND HARDWARE Paints - Plumbing Supplies Farm Bureau Feeds and Seeds Phone 94-11 Elberfeld, Ind. Compli111ents of DR. MARLIN INMAN D. D. S. Boonville, Indiana For The Finest In Ladies Wear Visit THE SMART SHOP Ft. Branch, Indiana -ge :es -: -:sez-:ze -ego P 4,0 up op og o op 0,4 ososooooo ovooo e JOHN G. STRATMAN HARDWARE COMPANY Shell Gas and Appliances Hardware and Red Spot Paints Nognet :-::-::-: -:: DERRINGTON BLOCK COMPANY Quality Concrete Products Chandler, Indiana HITCH PACKING COMPANY Fancy Meats Custom Killing and Processing Princeton, Indiana HELM'S MARKET Chandler's Complete Shopping Center AN GEL'S SERVICE STATION Welding and General Repair Work Phillips 66 Gas and Oil Highway 62 Chandler, Ind Phone WA 5-7389 Compliments of GEO. J. ROTH AND COMPANY Boonville, Indiana IRENE'S CAFE Fountain Service Lunches - Dinners Sandwiches Holland Ice Cream Drinks of All Kinds Lynnville, Indiana QQ- 933338I-23532'32'!242-252262624862-23242- 262292382-22-23 Compliments of DR. L. S. TAYLOR Elberfeld, Indiana 2-22-Z!-22-23!'3!'232-IZ-22' 2 - Z-.2 2532 BQ ooo oo 00.00301 I9 .2-224 -2-23 Clze .Notnet 2-2-0 DEWIG BROS. Fresh and Smoked Meats Country Style Sausage and Lard Custom Killing Haubstadt, Indiana Compliments of BILL'S BARBER SHOP Elberfeld, Indiana THOMPSON GROCERY AND FILLING STATION Highway 68-41 Phone 68-L Congratulations to the Class of '57 KUEBLER FLOWERS AND KIBBY Now At One Location 214 S. E. 4th Street Phone HA 3-4448 Evansville, Indiana Compliments of REA'S BEAUTY SHOP Specializing In Complete Beauty Service 2106 West Franklin Phone HA 4-6240 Evansville, Indiana Compliments of PECK'S CAFE Elberfeld, Indiana Compliments of THE X-MARKET Groceries - Meats - Produce Frozen Food Locker Plant Boonville, Indiana Compliments of THE HAUBSTADT STATE BANK Haubstadt, Indiana so , opvpooasavo opopoooo ooooosooo eye .. '. -. .. .....w.:e.-..-..-..-.f .' . . .2-zz-::-2:-zzczasx-szcsxe do pp op 0 Q 0 00,0 i op 0,1 "U" "M Zlle .Hotnet 35 "" THE SENIOR CLASS UF 1957 Ronald Ray Blesch Lander H. Dorsey Marie Ellerbrook Sylvia Marie Goehlich Larry Herbert Holtz Kathleen V. 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