Fayette High School - Falcon Yearbook (West Terre Haute, IN)

 - Class of 1958

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Miller Mrs Poole mss Heian 1' Mrs Skelley Hrs Spur' Hrs Stanfield Hrs Williamson 5 rs Wright Principafs Message Fayette 5e11ors of 1918 Graduation from High School means th t you have reached anoth r mil stone on the pathway of life lt has been said that youth is a time of carefree happiness and Joy, a glorious age lour parents and teachers have been your let them down Regardless of what the tuture may have in store for you, your friends at Fayett High School h pe that you will always ch rish the years spent here May your phllosoohy of life include loyalty and service to your God, to your home, and to your fellow man Best wishes ' 606 arl Jordan Prlncloal . . ' ' e n ' .e e guides. They have been interested in your welfare and will so continue. Don't e , . .o ' , 1 , e . . A K - V 4 C illll 01' -,Www 'C--7 N. ,gf-+ XX.. mga Pro gectlonl is Hu r 4. ar- Qif' W wi' MAO President V10 President Peggy Vernlllion Don Meadlo me www Q Q gn Secretary Jerry Lloyd Treasurer News Reporter Wilma Barnard Larry StrOle I r Wilma Barnard Commercial Student Council 1 Band 1 2 Chorus 1 2 Class Officer 3 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Librarian l 4 H l Prom Attendant 3 Secretaries Helper 3 4 Regional English Contest Pep Club 4 Basket Ball Queen 4 Homemaker of Tomorrow 4 Dick Baum College Prep Boys Chorus 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Class Officer 3 Newspaper bt ff 3 4 Cafeteria 3 Regional English Contest 3 Chorus 3 4 Cafeteria 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Junior Carnival Queen 3 Prom Queen 3 Bob Branaman General Virginia Connor General Chorus 1 3 4 Girls Ghorus l 3 4 Cafeteria 2 3 4 Librarian 4 Fred Crosby Commercial Bask tball 4 Chorus 4 Newspaper Staff 4 virginia Boatman Commercial Student Councll U Basketball 1 2 Charles Denham Commercial Basketball U Jack Dispennett General Baseball 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Bob Edwards Commercial Class Officer 2 Band 1 Band l 2 Chorus 1 2 Student Council 3 blass Officer 3 Pep Club 4 Judy Farmer College Prep Newspaper Staff l 2 3 M Dallas Goodwin General Baseball 1 2 3 U Basketball 2 3 M Cafeteria 4 Don Harmon General ,oo- Baseball 2 3 U Class Officer l 2 3 4 Deloris Piker Commercial Pe Club U Beg Cross 3 Newspaper Staff 4 Chorus 1 2 Prom Attendant 3 Student Council 4 Basxet Ball Attendant U Terrance Robinson General Student Council 2 Chorus 3 U Marvin Manley General Don Meadlo Commercial Rita Joy Commercial Cherus l A 3 M Girls Chorus l 3 3 4 Yell Leader 3 M Newspaper Staff 3 4 Class Officer 3 Bed Cross 4 Jerry Lloyd College Prep Baseball U Band 3 U Class Officer 4 Band Officer 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Bays btate 3 Prom Attendant 3 if is Cafeteria 2 3 Ummm 34 Prom At'endant 3 Librarian U Chadwena Stewart Commercial Chorus 1 ? 3 U Joe Rogers General Baseball Manager 1 2-3 Basketball 2 Ronald Salmond General Basketball 2 Coy Sh ll General Ella Shell Commercial Band 2 3 4 Cafeteria 1 ? 3 4 Newspaper 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Larry btrole General Class Officer 4 Chorus 3 M U H 8 Newspaper Staff 4 ll Margaret Vermillion College Prep Chorus l-2-3-4 Girls Chorus l-2-3-4 Newspaper Staff 2-3-4 Yell Leader 4 Class Officer 3-U Prom Attendant 3 2 Q 4-H5 I Chorus 1 2 3 U Student Council 2 3 Class Officer l Bask tball l 2 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 btate Music Contest l 2 3 4 Tom wheat General Bed Cross 2-3-4 Basket Hall Attendant 4 Marion Vermillion General Larry Wheat Commercial Don Wilson General Baseball l 2 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Jerry Yates Commercial Prom Attendant 3 Newspaper Staff 4 - - - - - A .- .. 1 .. - .. 5. , - lm uzaFl 2 M f if ' , . , 'gn , .ir kv 3 X 17 ' X. . 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MAXQU Class Ill tory We arrived at first base with 49 players and Mrs Miller as coach the squad Offic rs for the season were President, Judy Hayne, Vice President, Rita Joy, To schedule the games and keep records we chose Sandra Nelson, we relied upon Donald Meadlo to care for the expenses Counoellng the players were Jesse walker and Wilma Barnard with Patricia Neal to report the games During the season we gained two players, Ilene Lambert and Georgia Lambert To celebrate two of our important games we held the 'Shine On Harvest Moon Dance' on November ll l95L and the ubweetheart Ball' on February ll, 1955 At the close of the season we lost one player, Larry Ferguson Stealing second base by coach Merrill Carr's signal we arrived safely walker, Vice President, Larry Wheat, Secretary, Bob Edwards, Treasurer Gilbert Evans, News Reporter Council Members Judy Hayne, and Terry Robinson acted as Advisory Board During the season we gained Glenda Herman, Larry Ferguson, and Dick Baum On January 27 1956 we had a party to celebrate our second year on the team During the season we lost Nancy Yates, Glenda Herman, Gilbert Evans, and Kenny Graham We slid into third base with U2 members coached by Mr Carr and assisted by the President, Dick Baum, Vice President, Rita Joy, Secretary, Peggy Vermillion, Treasurer, Wilma Barnard, News Reporter, Judy Farmer, and Council Members Judy Farmer and Larry wheat Upon winning the final game the team ordered rings as a memorial In order for the teams pictures to be published in the top magazines, we organized a magazine campaign on September 27 1956 To raise money for equipment and to pay our team members, we nad a dance on November 30 1956 and the following April 5 1956 a Junior Carnival The royalty for the Carnival was Virginia Boatman and Richard Wagner The new members to join the team were Bill Lang and Jerry Lloyd. The finale came on May 10, l957 in the form of a Prom entitled 'Star Dust.' The colors were blue and silver. The royalty for the Prom were Vlrginia Boatman Queen and Tom wheat King with Wilma Barnard, Ella O o . e . ' ' K ' ' J I I ' ' ' with 46 teammates. Don Meadlo was President of the association with Jesse l , 5 M o , I 9 ' ' Q ' 1 i Shell, Peggy Vermillion, Deloris Picer, Don wilson, Jerry Lloyd, Jerry Yates and Jack Dispennett as Attendants Our motto for the seasons was 'Sucess Awaits at Labor's Gate As the Team departed we lost Beverly Pine, Bill Lang, Larry Boatman, Georgia Lambert, Ilene Lambert, and Marlene Conner Upon having a good year at bat we arrived at home with 30 members and Mr Carr remaining as coach The seasons officers were President, Peggy Vermillion, Vice President, Don Meadlo Secretary, Jerry Lloyd, Treasurer, Piker and Bob Edwards To celebrate our last year together we neld a 'Senior Mixer on September 27, 1957 For publicity of the years event we made an annual, the Editor was Wilma Barnard, Ass1s+ant nditor, Don Meadlo, Business Manager, Jerry Lloyd, and Assistant Business Manager, Larry wheat On the final inning we lost Leonard Meadlo 1958 ll 0 s I 0 Wilma Barnard, News Reporter, Larry Stroleg and council members Deloris n Q J We the oerior Class of 1958 of Fayette High School, Town of New Goshen, County of Vigo, being of sound mind and body, do hereby publish and declare on this 19th day of May 1958, our last will and testament ARTICLE I the Faculty another studious cl ss like we have been the Janitors another class as helpful as ours the Books another hungry class like we have always been the Junior the ability to wear yellow cords the Sophomores ou good behavior the Freshmen the hopes that they will some day be Seniors ARTICLE II Each student wills his final possessions Wilma Barnard, will my ability to get out of study halls to Larry Goodwin Dick Baum, will my ability to do Math to Mr Carr's future Math Classes Virginia Boatman, will my soft voice to Shelia Hammann Bob Branaman, will my abilitv to arrive and come home from ohepardsvllle to Larry Wheeler Virginia Conner, will my ability to reach the Senior year to Gail Conner Fred Crosby, will my curley D A to Bobby Strole Charles Denham, will by ability to g t along with women to Ronnie Lamb Jack Dlspennett, will my ability to get thrown out of Home Boom to Kenny Wagner Barnard Judy Farmer, will my little yellow Jeep to anyone who can drive it Dallas Goodwin, will my position as cleanup batter to Billy wardle Donald Harmon, will my shotgun to Larry Bales Rita Joy, will my cheerleading ability to Gloria Dispennett Jerry Lloyd, will my baseball fielding ability to Jury Joe Vaira Narvln Manley, will my slow attitude to Mike ward Donald Meadlo, will my perfect attendance record to anyone who wants Deloris Piker, will my brown ey s to Sue Williams Terry Robinson, will my funny laugh to Dennis Laveney Joe Rogers, will my front seat in Civics Class to Tom Sweitzer Ronald Salmond, will my muscles to Mr Hilton Coy Shell, will my squirrel hunting ability to Pitch Livingston lla Shell, will my bashful ways to Sue Dyer Uhadwena Stewart, will my ability to giggle in class to Brenda Crist Larry Strole, will my long whiskers to Ronnie Judy Marion Vermillion, will hy ability to wear big sho s to Bichard MacLean Peg Vermillion, will my ability to lead the Alto Section in chorus to Carolyn Vermuelion Larry Wheat, will my singing ability to the boys in chorus Tom Wheat, will my ability to flustrate Mr Carr to Garry Hiddle Don Wilson, will my old car to Charles Cummins Jerry Yates, will my coon dog to Glenn Conner O Bob Edwards, will my ability to get along with the teachers to Harold A , J , H ' it. The Class Prophecy In May 1988 the Vice-President of the United States, none other than Jack Dispennett, came to visit the now prosperous oil-town of New Goshen. Larry Strole, Mayor of New Goshen met Jack's plane, 'The Yellow Jacket,' upon arrival at the Robinson Air Field. As Jack was checking into the Conner-Stewart Hotel, he met the Coroner, Fred Crosby. Fred invited him to a dinner meeting at the swanky Harmon's Diner where the famous night- club slnger, Rita Joy, was entertaining. The next celebrity to return to New Goshen was the world-renowned artist, Judy Farmer. Her lawyer, Wilma Barnard of the W. L. B. Law Firm, who was in town for a Lawyer's Convention met the train. They were re- laxing on the terrace of the Conner-Stewart Hotel when two black Cadillacs chaufferred by Dallas Goodwin and Charles Denham, came to a screeching halt In the first Cadillac were Peggy Vermillion a grade teacher in Michigan, and Dick Baum, owner of the Baum's Department Store in near by Chicago In the second Cadillac were Ella Shell and Virginia Boatman who had teamed with Ronald Salmond in organizing Salmond's Salmon Cannery State Trooper Bob Edwards stopped at the hotel to tell us that two star baseball players, Tom Wheat and Don Wilson, were involved in a slight accident and were taken to Coy Shell's Private Hospital in a Manley Ambulance where they were treated by the famous physician, Doctor Jerry Yates, and his nurse Jane Piker, who had just returned from world wide travels with the United States Nursing Corps We were glad to learn that the boys were releas d after obse vation Ebb had his radio tuned in to Jerry Lloys's Jive Jumpers Review where Larry Wheat's latest hit 'Shake, Daddy, Shake' was rocking at a nervous tempo The remainder of the 'Class of l958n were still at Fayette High Bob Branaman was the very effecient principal, Marion Vermillion was teaching a 'Hot Bod' Drivers Education Class, Don Meadlo was teaching Commerce,aHL Joe Rogers was teaching Civics VMS faiyiijmwfl Mm an se Q Allbier Backward Best All Around Best Dancer Best Liked Best Personality Biggest Arguer Biggest Clown Biggest Cramm r Biggest Eaters Biggest Feet Biggest H lp Biggest Talkers Blushes Most Class Skippers Cutest F mlnine Forgetful Friendliest Gayest Giggllest Gum Chewers Handsome Happiest Independent Lazybones Leas+ Studlous Loudest Brains B Mama's Girl and Masculine Mlschlevous Most Ambitious Most Carefree Most Courteous Most Coy Most Dated Most Devoted Most Dignlfied Most Mod st Most Studious Most Talented Oldest Pretti st Prettiest Prettiest Prettiest Hair Legs Smile Don o o 0 l r .J ,- - , , , W c C . 1 s , 6 . c . c - - -O , - 5 g - . , A , L . 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Quietest Scatter Brain Shortest S1 eplest Small st Feet Temper Venus Apolo Wlndiest Worry Wart Wittlest Youngest Tallest Oy 0lll0l' tatlstws Rita Joy Virginia Boatman Wilma Barnard Rita Joy Wilma Barnard Judy Farmer Rita Joy Coy Shell Deloris Plker Peg Vermillion Judy Farmer Wilma Barnard Senior Girls Delorls Piker Peg Vermillion Rita Toy Senior Girls Virginia Conner Ella Shell Wilma Barnard Virginia Boatman Chadwena Stewart Rita Joy Chadmena Stewart Virginia Boatman Peg Vermillion Senior Civics Class Senior Home Room Judy Farmer Wilma Barnard Jud y Farmer Ella Shell Deloris Pik Judy Farmer Virginia Conner Delorls Piker Judy Farmer Virginia Boatman P g Vermillion Chadwena Stewart Ella Shell Deloris Piker Rita Joy Virginia Boatman Virginia Conner Ella Shell V1 glnia Boatman Chadwena Stewart V1 ginla Conner Deloris Piker Chadwena Stewart V1 1 1 cnggwgng 'igrvigf-t Wilma Barnard Wilma Barnard Ella Shell Virginia Conner Peg Vermillion Peg Vermillion Tom Wheat Coy Shell Bob Edwards Charlie Denham Marvin Manley Bob Edwards Tack D1 pennett Charlie Denham Dallas Goodwin Joe Rogers Dick Baum Larry Strole Dallas Goodwin Coy Shell Jerry Lloyd Jack Dlspennett Ronald Salmond Marvin Manley Jerry Yates Larry Strole Bob Branaman Senior Boys Larry Wheat Don Wilson Joe Roger Larry Wheat Larry Strole Tom Wheat Don Meadlo Don Wilson Terry Robinson Don Harmon Bob Branaman Fred Crosby Marlon Vermillion Terry Robinson Jerry Lloyd Fred Crosby Jack Dispennett Marion Vermillion Fred Crosby Bob Edwards Don Meadlo Perry Robinson Jerry Yates Larry Strole Bob Don Don Branaman Meadlo Wilson Wilson Dallas Goodwin Don Meadlo Charlie Denham Dick Baum Ronald Salmond Wh H10 Name what They Want lo Be Wilma Bernard Dick Baum Bob Branaman Virginia Bo tman Virginia Conner Fred Crosby Charl s Denham Jack Dispennett Bob Edwards Judy Farmer Dallas Goodwin Don Harmon Rita Joy Jerry Lloyd Don Meadlo Jane Piker Terry Robinson Joe Hogers Ronald Salmond Coy Dhell Ella Shell Chadwena Stewart Larry Peary Larry Tommy Strole Vermillion wheat wheat Don Wilson Jerry Yates Fashion D Glen r Jet Pilot Building Contractor Secretary Join the Service Hot Rod Builder Typist State Troooer Truck Driver Dr Of Phsycology Air Force Cadet Work on Typ writers Airline Stewardess Social Studies Teacher Bookeep r Nurse F B I Agent Gas Station Owner Truck D lver Game Warden Cab Driver Recptionist Farmer Elementary Teacher Commerce leacher Electrician Policeman Pitcher for t Professional Guitar Player what We Think They will Be Editor of the New Goshen Star Another Ceaser Romero Another Longfellow Mrs Roger Usleman Mayor of Sandford Married Han Another Charley Chann Another Mr Carr Ballet Famous Ping Pong Another Fats Polo Another Hedda Dan er Player Domino Player Hooper Anoth r Flvis Pr sley Red Skeleton Art Jitter the Second Fire Eater Instructor Bug Dancer President of the U S A Another Lone Ranger Lady Wresler Mrs wayne Naugle Snake Charmer Another Mrs Miller Princioal of Fayette Mombo Dancer he Tecumseh Bed Shoes Work for Mac Donnelly I I 0 Gs ... ... . e- O e ....... . 0n00 000' 0041000400 000000000 . .... ... 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Don Wilson Att ndant Jack Disp nn tt Attendant Rm Jerry Lloyd Attendant J rry Yates Att ndant Jumor Class D3 PAYEF WAGE 1957 I958 eg Vv fw -6 'F' X l Maurice Harney, Donna Cooper, Billy Boatman, Joan Hargle, Bill Hargr v Shelia Hammon, Ben Branaman, Nancy Elbrink, Bill Stewart Susan Fisher, Donald Vermillion, Janice McDaniel, Shar Larry Marshall, Barbara Hill 3 Gleen Connor, Janice Poole, Frank Beal, Leotta Mayo, Per Edinvton, Wayne Forsythe, Georgia Funkhouser, Frank Garzollni U Barbara Drengcras, B111 Wheat, Peggy Cox, Roy Mattox, M Carolyn V rmullion, Joan Neal, Su Dyer, Su Williams President Roy Mattox Vice President Sue Williams Treasur r Nancy Elbrink Secretary Janice Poole News Reporter ....... Barbara H111 Student Council ...... Glenn Connor Student Counc1l.....Susan Fisher on Van Houtin, ry Pine, Betty artha Gossett, I f' .om y .s st- ' V' X ,' ' K ' 'N " mi , S" , L , 1 '- Q' , -Si ' 21 , af , X ' P Q, P 9 P -0 -2 ' ,' 'J n-' " Mk Sw xfff lf fe M I I 1 ' yey. ggi 'e: W. 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QL, J A ,, . - ' ', ,.Q , f ,.- A C' , . Q . Q f , f h , , . -'e Jucsurtad y Tom JH . L,y C3 ' 7 D 1 -. W , , ,L . ,. , 0 J. 2 2 he C O c Q ' ' 9 .x. A 1 H, . V M , Wilma Barnard Basketball Qu en Peg5y Vermillion Deloris Piker Att ndant Attendant , , 3 n o V - Snnlorq who won the Athletic Awards Don Wilson Dick Baum Jack Dispennett Don Meadlo Tom Wheat Rita Joy .gEQQgQEl Qf '..' +1 W 1 7 S, ii'.K,,.f U, s y ,rf 'mf , ,,, .. ..,:. L l fa i My 3 ,J 3 if Dallas Goodwin Ba ehall Team Don Wilson Pitcher Dick Baum Catcher Dallas Goodwin Third Base Jerry Lloyd aight Field Tom Wheat Left Field Don Meadlo Center Field Jack Dispennett Bight Field 'X YJ' . XT .W " 1 yr: , 5 shin -A,-Q...,,,.,,.,,,,m, ,, tw Q 1 X fs Arr ' W K s . J - K ' Y fn' K W y .Q , M - jr, A v.... 'Q ' an-u' ...wAh , 1 ' an 8? 8 '79 If N H , .W .v 4' " ,. I XZ fs 'H' 'S N38-5 Q ' .. i by f., , 1 Mr'-f 15, J I Q ' a 4 ' . 'E wfix K va-g l X X ,f A 'M eh .- x ' Q " ,.. , x , A 4' V,-,.L, -.,. 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I 'Y ssfir f is Jvwmb 2 FAYETTE "' H' GRADE 957 958 f,f-cv It s Y ' 4 .I xx- ll, A99 I9 im i +24 ' - Q n 23: 13' JL 2 H 1.-, V Q ,k:EY1 !ETgTr5. . Q .Ir W V ., qi: N - oi 4 if Q PAYE TTE GRADE 0 N, 0 S ..-we-Q 957 1958 'UN' 4' ll ,f lqn. All m,.,' A 'X' AIP' F YETTE 957 I958 Q 'F I 2 ' 'Xlp f fl EMF! Y 4, 4' Q 6 5 - Q K 1 HP Q a 1 U X15 , , ' Q- "+ii1f2?i5QfvQ Y ,fm 3-,K -5' N752 5 Puddnt BI U h an-yum wquwu RRWUUHW A-uns n buns mn 1 G' llllllll cfm, Jia quid han ru. r-ug L IDJCHJI VIIWI Chl I lbfltll np... rv rn F YETTE TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL XX Kwik 3 2 5 2 f 2 u- sa-...n nn-,rv-.4 ll-Nanny I fwf lMluBgon lonlnllrh-vm lauutaan Lula Puff Demi!! lv I A lvqnuround Chnl! ftbv' iullv hid Stull lui w A I . l Vu: Ke-Air.-I , I A1 lrrllnrff' hu:-il Kiln: . .. a 1 "' ' - ar 5 - L .Q K f 9 1 . l .ww vm. ... gwl. nu--. rv-an qu n- I r.u.u--v - 1 1 Q Q' K. ' I , K ' 1 .Q ,A . "I-U" 4:.m.:I'A xr rs-rn ' vm: gum.-., n A 2 A ' LN- I V 5 V" x ' , . 1 ' I ' .5 T V ' ' f 2' ,, .1 f .fa 4' ' V Z 5. '. 5 n 2 E 2 . 45 -W, 5 K is its Q.. . ,. - i A I ' 2 ri .gulf V KSN- -- A ' A 1 - 1- .. 5' nk .: f u , .Q Q . , A Q K Y f 1 X X W K I I would like to take this opportunity to express my grati- tude to all the people who were so helpful in the publication of this Annual. Many of us can breath a sigh of relief now that it is completed, for we have spent many hours dedicating ourselves to this Annual. we hope we have captured in this Annual everything you had hoped for. If we haven'tg please accept our deapest apologies. Wilma Barnard, Editor, J rry Lloyd, Business Manager, Mr Carr, Sponsor, Larry Wheat, Assistant Business Managerg Donald Meadlo, Assistant Editor Comphments of MARATHON SERVICE Phone D-3306 Grocenes Bcrttenes Fresh Mecris Hardware Super Kemtone Pcunt Tues NEVV GOSHEN, INDIANA JOE VARIA'S MIKE'S MOTOR CO. Dodge - Plymouth - Imperial RIVERSIDE MILLS Dodge I0b'Hfffed Trucks Your Feed and Grain Decxler Wrecker 158 Water Street CLINTON. INDIANA 111 Elm Street Used Cars Service Sales and Servmce Phe CLINTON. INDIANA me 9 SPEED GRILL 117 N Mcnn CLINTON INDIANA IDEAL FURNITURE STORE 228 Wabash Avenue TERRE HAUTE INDIANA EVAN S GROCERY Phone D 5919 WAUGH S GROCERY Grocer1es and Meats SHEPARDSVILLE INDIANA Tr:cUMs1:H, INDIANA Gasoline 'md Gil Phone Drexel 2415 THE BEDINO'S Valley Flower Shop Phone Drexel 7885 Chapel of the Valley BEST WTSHES DR R J SLOAN ALLEN I STEEN ACCEPTANCE CO DGHUSI 28 South 8th Phono L-6221 21 N Seventh St TERRE HAUTE INDIANA WEST TIIRRE HAUTE INDIANA HILTON CONCRETE PRODUCTS STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY 1400 Spnnghlll Road 103 E Pans Avenue TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA WEST TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA TERRE HAUTE KIRKMAN S FASHION SHOP FIRST NATIONAL BANK Thlld Gnd B1CICk1I1ClI1 TERRE HAUTE INDIANA CLINTON INDIANA a 4 a 1 A a u I I , ,, , :Yi . . . I 1 I Comphments of DR LOVING AND FAMILY MID WEST OIL CO INC WEST TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA Compliments of - O, I TWIN LAKES ROLLER RINK Mr and Mrs Wm W Sutton STATE ROUTE 1 PARIS ILLINOIS Pnvate Partxes Cordrally Welcomed Phone 4-1604 and 4-6496 EDGAR COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF PARIS Member F D I C PARIS ILLINOIS Comp11ments of A FRIEND FENOGLIO S SHOE AND CLOTHING 218 South Mcun Street CLINTON INDIANA TERRE HAUTE MONUMENT CO 109 11 Wabash Avenue TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Comphments of POWELL PHARMACY CLINTON INDIANA VIQUESNEY S 813 6th Street TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA BRADHAM JEWELRY Formerly Gables Hamxlton Elgm, Bulova Colum.bus Dxamonds Qulck, Accurate Watch Repalr PARIS. ILLINOIS Compliments of I I SPURR'S SUPER MARKET Phone D-7218 NEW GOSHEN INDIANA HAYES SINCLAIR STATION Battery Chargmg Grecxsmg Gas T1re Repaxr D-7546 U S 150 NEW GOSHEN GARAGE Gas O11 Accessones General Auto Repau' cm Wh1tese1L Prop NEW GOSHEN INDIANA Comphments of U Us U Q 1 Q cosm Gnocenv BONACORSI BROS We Trlm Our Meat and Not Our Customers 245 S Mam Street CLINTON INDIANA Complunents of TERRE HAUTE PRODUCE TERRE HAUTE INDIANA SAWYER S FLOWERS 248 Blackman Street CI.INTON INDIANA To the Future of Our Young Amencans KAMARATA S PLUMBING 8. HEATING CO 126 S Mam CLINTON INDIANA 431 N 10th Street CLINTON INDIANA CLINTON PURE MILK CO Grade A DCIJIY Products But You Cant Beat Our Mxlk Phone 46 for Home Dehvery 121 125 N Ma1n Street CLINTON INDIANA RIGSBY AND CATTERSON 142 South Mcnn CLINTON INDIANA FARACO S ART JEWELRY SHOP 215 S Mcnn Street Thomas A McLe1sh, Owner CLINTON INDIANA THOMAS MONUMENT CO. "You can WMP our Qfeam l MODEL MILK 540 Norih '7th Street TERRE HAUTE INDIANA RAY OLIVERO SHIRKIEVILLE 6 NEW GOSHEN INDIANA THE STATE BANK OF WEST TERRE HAUTE Member of F' D I C WEST TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA 1 WESTWOOD S COLOR PAINT WALLPAPER Is Ou: Bus1ness 672 Oh1o St Phone C 3971 TERRE HAUTE INDIANA ROSENBLATT S Western Indmna s Greatest Store 335 South Maln CLINTON INDIANA PASTORE BROS CONSTRUCTION 102 North 9th Street CLINTON INDIANA FOSSI BAKERY Pastnes Weddlnq Cakes Cakes for A11 OCCUSIOHS 456 North 9th Phon CLINTON INDIANA 6 MID AND HUB S MOBIL SERVICE STATION NEW GOSHEN INDIANA CLINTON FORD SALES Complete Auto RGPCIIIS Ford Cars and Trucks Your Fnendly Ford Dealers Phone TE 3584 CLINTON INDIANA NICHOLS LOAN COMPANY CLINTON INDIANA DR CHITTICK 114 S Mam Street PARIS ILLINOIS 9TH STREET LUMBER 81 SUPPLY IICIIICII1 Bread - Bfefld Sticks FASHION CLEANERS 20 South Sth Street - Terre Haute, Indiana 615 National - West Terre Haute, Indiana WAKE STUDIO Conrad Klte Owner Portra1ts and Commerc1a1 Photography Spec1ahsts 1n Chlld Photography Completely Au'-Cond1t1oned 235 Blackman Phone Temple 2-B183 CLINTON INDIANA ACE IMPLEMENT CO 24 North 6th Street Sales and Service Chcmucleer Bmldlm' North Mam Street at Lake Dnve TERRE HAUTE INDIANA PARIS' ILLINOIS FORREST SHERER AGENCY Allis-Chalmers U Massey-Hams MEDLOCK JEWELRY CO. 231 South Main CLINTON INDIANA Compliments of DOUGHTY'S FURNITURE Floor Coverings Appliances BOT'I'I.ED GAS SERVICE IStan.1ey Crist. New Goshen Hep.D Phone Temple 2-3613 234-43 Elm CLINTON INDIANA HARRIS FOOD STORE 101 South Mmn CLINTON INDIANA If It s Tlres or Battenes See JOE GIACOLETTO Goodyear Serv1ce 901 North 9th Street Use Our Easy Pay Plan CLINTON INDIANA JOHN J GROPP HARDWARE 227 229 West Pans Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Sportmg Goods Tools Glass Seeds Wallpaper Cutlery Comphments of ERNIE S TEXACO STATION WEST TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA WILLIAMS SERVICE AND APPLIANCE SALES 225 Pans Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA DRESSER EQUIPMENT CO We Sp C1U11Ze m New and Used Dump Bodles Expert Serv1ce for All Makes New and Used Parts mn Stock Welding and Mach1ne Work Unlversal Iomts df Power Take-Offs 124 Pans Avenue Phone D-5725 WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Paints Dairy Supplies LEE SCHOOL SUPPLY CO INC Compliments of PERSONALITY BEAUTY SALON 119-183 South Thlrd St:ree1 TERRE HAUTE INDIANA TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Comphments of FUQUA HARDWARE 8. VARIETY CO Ln Hardware Mer handle Pleasmg 15 Our Pleasure TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST Carrying Over 1500 Items , f' ' .P Comphments of TAVERN S VARIETY STORE Phone D-3345 121 Pans Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA BLUE BIRD CAFE Plate Lunches Short Orders SCIIldW1CheS Phone C-2575 2 Pans Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA STATE FARM INSURANCE CO 314 Ncrtxoncrl Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA LAKE SIDE COAL CO Phone D-3355 400 N Market St WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA JIFFY CAR WASH Automcmc Cham Conveyor 60 Cars Per Hour Phone L-6018 27 N 2nd Street TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Comphments of ELMER NELSON S GARAGE 1439 North 9th Street TERRE HAUTE INDIANA GILLIS PHARMACY 211 South Mcnn Street CLINTON INDIANA THE CITIZEN S STATE BANK Member of F D I C CLIN TON, INDIANA Waxing Polishing - - 1 I COCA COLA BOTTLING CO TERRE HAUTE INDIANA CONGRATULATIONS To the Graduatmg Class! Also Bottlers of Dehclous Royal Palm Flavors and 76 FRIST FUNERAL HOME A Name You Can Trust DISLIHCLIVE Serv1ce Day or N1ght Ambulance Serv1ce Phone 108 F1fth at Blackman CLINTON INDIANA GRAHAM GRAIN CO Farm Store Gram 6 Feed C 2616 C-5218 Fourth and Poplar Street TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA HILLMAN S Terre Haute s Most lnterstmg Store Waiches Diamonds Jewelry GITLS Sxlver Chma 612 Wabash Avenue TERRE HAUTE INDIANA ' Q 1 11 ll 1 - - u ll I a I . 1 KIBLER FEED MILL INC WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Compliments of W MORRIS SHELL SERVICE Third and Ncrhonal Avenue Phone C-9067 WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Compl1ments of LOE MINNICK S GROCERY Comphments oi O DAY S LUNCHEONETTE TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Complunents of DANDEE BREAD BELL BAKERIES INC 207 Oh1O Street TERRE HAUTE INDIANA Comphments of S 8: R SALES 328 Wabash Avenue TERRE HAUTE INDIANA MAX SHOWERS DEPARTMENT STORE C1oth1ng Shoes Furnxture TERRE HAUTE SAVINGS BANK Phone C2282 417 419 Wabash TERRE HAUTE 'NDIANA TERRE HAUTE, INDIANA I ' 0 NEW GOSHENI INDIANA 412 Wabash Avenue , . BERRY S PHARMACY BERTHA S DINER Prescnphon Druggxsts 809 West Ncmoncxl Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA VIGO FARM BUREAU CO-OP DODGE DRUGS Othce 120 I-lardlng Avenue Phone 01572 6 L0731 607 NCITIODGI Avenue WEST TERRE HAUTE INDIANA THE MERCHANTS MODEL CLEANERS NATIQNAL BANK 340 Walnut Street 7th G Wabash I2 Points Phone Temple 2 2438 6 Temple 2 2439 TERRE HAUTE INDIANA CLINTON INDIANA ' WEST TERRE HAUTE. INDIANA BOWMAN BUICK "The Little Dealer With the Big Heart" 205 Elm Street CLINTON. INDIANA Congratulations and Best Wlshes MARSHALL PONTIAC 216 North Main Street CLINTON INDIANA MILADY BEAUTY ACADEMY ZOSM South 3rd Street TERRE I-IAUTE INDIANA Complete Instruction in All Branches of Beauty Culture Day and Evening Classes Postgraduate Courses in Advanced Hair Styhng Budget Terms Arrccnged xy INTER COLLEGIATE P S FMTO E Kunsos Cnty FUN ,hem fnev Mu"J'urYuv9' BNI Bfvdfx RY HUM OFFIEE YYKJINYEYJ 'A AV 5 I ,fgyf-Mv-xv-ay .--ng fy 5 1 , , '1-wkvmg-H-.-'G+-'fl'Slfislufuucf an newru.,,,,.,,4g,,,,,,,,,,, , , , A, ,.. ,.,f4L1-:-1-mr..,,vvnlix-g5,x,.4,,,,,,...vA----..p4-Ah-:uan.nqqhy-..,ue:1l""- -' ' -3 --..LL4 f-f,,... X ... ...... .,...1y..-U...-...H....-... 41 wr , V Ag V . 1 1,


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