Fillmore High School - Echoes Yearbook (Fillmore, IN)
- Class of 1951
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any way to make the Echoes a success:
We are grateful.
The Class of 1951
Fillmore High School
Arthur L. Johnsen, principal
IIARION TOWNSHIP OFFICIALS
Alfred ll. Heavin, trustee
Miss Marcelline Molter
Ellsworth McC1eerey Paul Pruitt
Mrs. Geneva Milhon
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TO MR. CHESTER COAN F GREENCASTLE: The class of 1951, Fillmore High
School, gratefully acknowledges the use of a Duplex 52 camera which you so
graciously loaned to us. Most of the snapshots in this yearbook were tak-
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EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
CLASS OF 1951
DONALD RUARK-Class Officer 1, 2, 3, L. Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Class Play 3.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, L. Softball 1, 2, 3. L. Track 2. D.A.R. History
MARY ANN CASH-Class Officer L. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, L. Operetta 1. Class Play 3.
Typing Contest 3.
JEAN SEISOR-Class Officer 3, L. Glee Club 1, 2. Operetta 1. Class Play 3. Ed-
itor-COHRADE. L-H Purdue Round-up. Algebra Contest 2. D.A.R. Good
DAVID GRIMES--Class Officer 1, L. Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3,
L. Softball 1, 2, 3, L. Track 1, 2. L-H Purdue Round-up.
NORRIS WEBSTER-Class Officer 1, 2. Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Clase Play 3.
PRBTON WEBSTER-Class Officer 1. Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Class Play 3. Stu-
dent Librarian L.
STANLEI SMITH--Student Manager 1, 2, 3. Class Play 3. Basketball 2, 3, L. Soft-
ball 2, 3, L.
GILBERT DUNCAN-Class Officer L. Glee Club 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, L. Softball
l, 2, 3, L. Track 2.
GERALD CARPENTER--Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Basketball l, 2, 3: L. Softball 1,
2, 3, L. Class Play 3. Clase Officer l.
JEANNE THARP-Class Officer 2, 3. Glee Club 1, 2. Class Play 3. Oper-etta 1.
Girls' State 1950. Editor-ECHOES.
FREDA SMITH-Operetta l. Class Play 3. Glee Club 1. Typing Contest 3. Algebra
BETTE CHESTNUT-Glee Club 1, 3, L. Class Play 3. Operetta l. Class Officer 3-
JOYCE BOATRIGHT--Class Play 3. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, L. Class Officer 1. Typing
Contest 3. Iell Leader 3.
BOB BHOADSTREET-Basketball 1, 2, 3, L. Softball 1, L. Cross Country 3, L.
EDWIN JACKSON-Horseshoe 2, 3.
DEVONA HENDERSON--Operetta 1. Glee Club 1. Art L. B.H.S. 3.
CHARLES PHILLIPS--Glee Club 1. Operetta 1. Basketball 1, 2, 3, L.
We the Clase of 1951 of Fillmore High School, Fillmore, Indiana, being of
sound mind, do hereby bequeath on this eighth day of February, the following
We, the seniors in Fhglish, do hereby and forever bequeath to lliss Joseph a
class that has the ability to stay awake and listen to IIACBETH.
le the seniors in Latin I , do hereby and forever bequeath to lr. Craig a
Utraishg A class.
We, the seniors in plane geometry, do hereby and forever bequeath to Hr.
Johnson a class that loves to draw circles.
We, the seniors in chanistry, do hereby and forever bequeath to lies Holter
a class that can understand straight weight problems.
le, the seniors in sociology, do hereby and forever bequeath to Kiss Joseph
a class that doesn't have s cultural lag.
le, the seniors in shorthand, do hereby and forever bequeath to lr. Speer
a class which can remember to fill their pens before class time.
We, the seniors in government, do hereby and forever bequeath to lliss Joseph
a voting machine to use for class demonstration.
We, the seniors in typing class, do hereby and forever bequeath to lr. Speer
typelritere that don't make mistakes.
We, the seniors in advanced math, do hereby and forever bequeath to Mr. Johnson
a class that can do less-if possible.
We, the seniors in bookkeeping, do hereby and forever bequeath to ltr. Speer
a class that can add and subtract.
le, the seniors :Ln welding, do hereby and forever bequeath to lr. Pruitt a
class that has the ability to run a straight bead.
le, the seniors in chorus, do hereby and forever bequeath to llrs. llilhon a
class that can pronounce words.
We, the senior ball boys, do hereby and forever bequeath to llr. Craig a team
that can win the state championship.
le, the senior ball boys, do hereby and forever bequeath to lr. llcCleery a
bottle of nerve pills for use in keeping score.
Individually we will as follows:
I, DeVona Henderson, do hereby and forever bequeath to Letitia Nichols my
I, llary Ann Cash, do hereby and forever bequeath to Martha Iilliemson my
love for blonde.
I, Norris lobster, do hereby and forever bequeath to J. B. llcKaney my nas-
I, Freda Smith, do hereby and forever bequeath to Joyce Arnold my freckles.
I , David Grimes , do hereby and forever bequeath to lax Zaring my love for
I, Donald Ruark, do hereby and forever bequeath to Billy Crawley sq curly
I, Gerald Carpenter, do hereby and forever bequeath to Anna Bryan my ability
to make straight A's throughout high school.
I, Fdsin Jackson, do hereby and forever bequeath to Kenneth Ames my light
I, Preston lebster, do hereby and forever bequeath to Donald Tharp my curly
I, Gilbert Duncan, do hereby and forever bequeath to Bill Sibbitt my ability
to keep my shoes shined.
I, Jean Selsor, do hereby and forever bequeath to Revenna Singleton IU height.
Charles Phillips, do hereby and forever bequeath to Danny Arnold sq curly
I, Bob Broadstreet, do hereby and forever bequeath to Joyce Sibbitt nv coon-
hunting ability. '
I, Joyce Boatright, do hereby and forever bequeath to Joe Anderson one of my
I, Bette Chestnut, do hereby and forever bequeath to Caroline Bridges iw
I , Stanley Smith, do hereby and forever bequeath to Herschel "Percy" Snith
my student manager ability.
I, Jeanne Tharp, do hereby and forever bequeath to Shirley Merritt my abil-
ity to cheer loud and long at ball games.
To the entire student body we the seniors of the class of "Sl", do hereby
and forever bequeath our love for Fillmore High School.
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The undersigned, having duJ.y witnes ed the affixing of the above signatures,
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In the fall of 191.5 twenty ecxcited youngsters entered Fillmore junior high.
It was their real start on the way to the big year when they would be seniors.
llenbers of the group were Preston Webster, Charles Phillips, Donald Ruark, David
Grimes, Norris Webster, Earnest Kendall, Stanley Smith, Bette Chestnut, Joyce
Boatright, Jeanne Tharp, Jean Selsor, Virginia DeVaney, llary Ann Cash, Amy Foley,
Freda Smith, Bobby Broadstreet, Gerald Carpenter, Paul Estridge, Edwin Jackson and
Gilbert Duncan. Hrs. Esther Quick, their sponsor , helped them elect their class
officers who were as follows: president-Don Ruark, vice president-Stanley Smith,
secretary-Gerald Carpenter, treasurer-Charles Phillips , and reporter-Joyce Boat-
The following year when they entered the eighth grade Bob Broadstreet, Bette
Chestnut and Paul Estridge were missing. Bob had gone to Floyd Township, while
Bette had gone to Texas. Bob and Bette came back in the middle of the year along
with DeVona Henderson from Floyd Township. Their sponsor, who was the new coach,
llr. Craig, helped than in selecting their class officers who were as follows:
president-Freda Smith, vice president, -Joyce Boatright, secretary-Virginia Devaney,
treasurer-Jeanne Tharp, and reporter-Jean Selsor. llr. Craig brought this class
much happiness since they won the junior high basketball tourney and were awarded
a trophy. Those on the team were David Grimes, Don Ruark, Gerald Carpenter, Gibby
Duncan, Norris Webster , Charles Phillips , Stanley Smith and Bob Broadstreet plus
some seventh graders. They were also proud to have two manbers of their class,
Joyce Boatright and Mary Ann Cash, as yell leaders.
September 191.7 saw eighteen members as green freshies. They were minus Vir-
ginia DeVaney and Aw Foley. In October Barbara Briggeman joined the group. lr.
Smith was their sponsor and with his able assistance they elected the following
class officers: president-David Grimes, vice president-Don Ruark, secretary-
Gerald Carpenter, treasurer-Norris Webster, and reporter-Preston Webster. Septem-
ber l9, the long awaited day, found barefoot girls, and boys clad in their noth-
ere' dresses and carrying dol.l.s. The day of fun ended with a party in the gymnas-
ium. This started their high school career off with a bang. On December 2 they
had their first high school party. Games and refreshments were enjoyed by all,
the teachers included. The class was proud of their basketball mabersg one of
tha, David Grimes, played on the varsity. Gerald Carpenter, Don Ruark, Bob
Broadstreet, Gibby Duncan and Charles Phillips were menbers of the B team. Norris
Webster was also a member during the first of the year but was forced to discon-
tinue due to an operation. Stanley Smith was student manager.
Eighteen entered the class in the fall of l9I.8. Barbara Briggeman had gone
to Bainbridge. The 13th of September Dorothy Everroad from lluncie entered the
group but stayed only until January. It was on September 10th that they, as
sophomores, got a chance to treat others as they had been treated. Initiation was
climaxed by a party in the gymnasium. Their class sponsor, Hr. Davidson, aided
than in electing as class officers: president-Don Ruark, vice president-Stanley
Smith, secretary-Jeanne Tharp, treasurer-Norris Webster, and reporter-Joyce Boat-
right. Near the first of the school year, a skating party was sponsored at Basel-
wood by the sophomores. Their class party was held on January ll.. February lst
was the date when they selected their class ringsg all looked forward to the fol-
lowing year when they would arrive. The class was proud of the fact that three
members, David Grimes , Don Ruark and Gerald Carpenter, who helped win the softball
championship, also aided in winning both the Wabash Valley preliminary and the
School started August 26. This would be a very active year for the sixteen
juniors. DeVona Henderson left to enter Bainbridgeywhile Earnest Kendall quit
school. Class officers were elected with the help of their sponsor, Miss Holter.
Don Ruark, was named president, Jeanne Tharp, vice presidentg Jean Selsor, secre-
taryg Bette Chestnut, treasurer and Stanley Smith, reporter. There were some ex.-
cited juniors September 9 when class rings arrived. September 21 they began their
magazine campaign. Their goal was 8600. They surpassed their goal by 8216. Dec-
anber 21 found them enjoying a turkey supper prepared by llissltolter. The turkey
was a prize for reaching their goal in selling magazines. On October 25 they gave
their class play 'Junior Prom' under the direction of llr. Pruitt. On December 21
they were surprised by llr. Pruitt and Kiss Holter with a chili supper. Another
financial undertaking was that of the coke machine. The sale of Christmas cards
brought a profit of 860. The class party which was held January 25 was a great
success. A storm put the lights out, but the use of candles made the party more
interesting! In basketball Don Baark, David Grimes, Gerald Carpenter and Gibby
Duncan played on the A team, while Bob Broadstreet, Charles Phillips and Stanley
Smith aided the B team. Joyce Boatright represented the class as a yell leader.
On Saturday, April 22, the junior and senior prom was held at Slcyland Lodge near
Spencer. This being the big event of the junior year, it had been eagerly await-
ed. After a delicious fried chicken dinner, the evening was spent in dancing,
playing cards and admiring the decorations , for the juniors had transformed the
lodge into an old fashioned garden.
Seventeen seniors started the long-awaited year. DeVona Henderson returned
from Baingridge. With lliss Josedm as their sponsor, they elected the following
officers: president-Don Ruark, vice president-David Grimes, secretary-Jean Selson
and treasurer-llary Ann Cash. As soon as school opened., they began their first
money maldng activity by selling books, school supplies, candy and ice cream. The
juniors and seniors sponsored a Halloween carnival on October 2l.. A cake walk, a
variety show, a basketball throw, a masquerade and refreshments kept the large
crowd interested. A turkey, a lamp and a basketball were given sway. On lovuber
18 the seniors held a paper drive and it netted them 331.25 to add to their funds.
This was a busy year for the seniors 3 the class play and the class party are now
being planned. A high school dance will be sponsored by the seniors sometime in
larch. A visit with the juniors on February 13 to Indianapolis to observe the
General Assembly was educational. The baccalaureate services will be held on Ap-
ril 22 at the llethodist Church, the commencement will be held April 26 at the
Christian Church. Their junior and senior prom will be held April 21, and last,
but not least, the senior trip for which they have worked so enthusiastically,
will start April 28. A trip through the Snow llountains, to Washington D. C. , on
to Philadelphia and Pittsburg will climax the year's activities.
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SENIOR CLASS PROPERTY
We had a carnival in our town recently, and just for curiosity's sake, a
friend and I went to visit the fortune teller. We were quite concerned about the
seniors of "Sl" and wished to know how they were thriving in the wide open spaces,
"Well", she said, 'first let's see what occurred that was important during
the first and second year upon graduating. As I look into my crystal ball, the
first thing I see is a happy sight. There are Norman and Joyce and let's see--Yes,
there are the darling twins sitting between them at the breakfast table 3 they
look so happy.
Now the scene is changing and in its place I see a young couple stepping up
to an altar. lliss Jeanne Tharp and Gerald Carpenter are being married by Rev.
Norris Webster. Rev. Webster has made a bright future for himself in the church.
Lois has been a loving wife, full of understanding. Now Gerald is slipping the
ring on Jeanne's finger, and they're off on a wonderful adventure!
Now let's move to the third year after graduating. There he goes down the
floor, and it's a good one! Dave Grimes scores again for Purdue! Great boy that
Grimes! He'll be a wonderful coach if he doesn't decide to enter politics like
My! What's that coming down the road? Why it's Charles Phillips in his old
ford hurrying to see Middy! He's an hour late again. Why doesn't he propose and
get it over with? She can't wait forever.
Goodness! This is about the quietest scene I have seen yet. There goes Bette
Chestnut up to the platform to receive her digloma from the Methodist Hospital
School of Nursing. She looks so gretty in her starched white uniform. I'm sure
they will welcome her to the Putngm County Hospital,
Why, it's Sergeant Robert Broadstreet of the l0lst Airborne Division checking
to see that everything is ready for the take offf No women for Bob. He's come a
long way in his climb up the ladder of success.
While we are in the arm' scene, isn't that Mary Ann Cash going down the
street? Yes, it's she, all right! She is dressed in a brown uniform. She's a-
bout the prettiest WAC I have ever seen, and she looks as if she likes her work.
Still, Bob Gray is stored up in the back of her pretty head, but she'll have that
Gross we had better move on a year or two. What's that I see? Edwin Jackson
is coming into town in his jeep station wagon. Due to taking bookkeeping in his
senior year, Edwin has no trouble with the revenue man taking all his yearly prof-
its! He now owns a too hundred acre farm and is prospering well.
Another year goes by, and into my crystal ball tramp more readin' writin' and
rithmetic' . Preston Webster is standing in front of his English class. Whydoes
he keep looking at the third seat in the second row? Why it's a cute little
blond! We ought to look back on Press a year or two from now!
Whistle! Whistle! What a pretty little red head! This must be Miss Jean
Selsor. She has been away three years in nurse's training and has come to Putnam
County Hospital for her duties. Doctors, beware both Bette and Jean!
I had better watch out here or my crystal ball is likely to disappear as
Stanley Blackstone Smith steps into view. Stanley is on the stage making his de-
but as a magician. He can make a spoon jump in a can by uttering a single, magic
A glad reunion. DeVona Henderson is meeting her soldier boy at the railroad
station. Better say Henderson now, because it won't be that very 1098- Devon
has been ,orldng at Blocks: fer the 15st, few years and has saved quite a sum for
this important occasion.
Another year has elapsed. Gib, after giving up the idea of coaching high
school athletics, is a foreman at Plant 5 at Allison's. He's doing quite well,
too. Still a bachelor, but not for long!
A class wouldn't be complete without an office girl or two. Freda Smith is
the representative, and a red head tool For a class so small, they certainly have
enough bright headsl Freda has just received a promotion at the Mutual Life In-
Eight years have passed by before the big event came for this student. Don
Ruark is now a doctor! There he goes prepared for his first tOHSi1lectomy.'He
looks confident enough. Golly, think I'll have mine removed again.
Well, folks, the crystal ball says that's all we see.U
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25 School enrollment 313. One new teacher. Bookstore sales go boom---with help
of Jean Selsor, Jeanne Tharp, Joyce Boatright, and Freda Smith.
28 Classes begin, little work.
29 Seniors first visitor concerning pictures: Miss Hopkins from Porter's Studio,
5 Softball season opens with Bainbridge--We win.
8 Fillmore beats Roachdale.
12 Fillmore beats Russellville.
13 Freshman initiation. Boy, are they cute! Some sight!!!
15 Fillmore beats Cloverdale.
18 First P. T. A. meeting. Nice crowd.
19 Fillmore beats Reelsville.
22 Gross Country at Manual. Belle Union defeats Fillmore.
26 Senior pictures taken. Good looking group!
28 Proofs arrive. Oh ------- A hl
29 Cross Country with Edinburg here.
30 Preston Webster attends conference at DePauw.
6 7th grade party. What a time!
7 Miss Joseph, Mr. Speer, Jean Selsor, Jeanne Tharp, Joyce Boatright, and Bette
Chestnut attend Press Conference at Indiana State Teachers College.
13 Softball banquet at Old Trail Inn. 8th grade party.
16 Yell leaders elected from fifteen candidates. Lucky ones were Fred Goodnight,
Betty Broadstreet, and Marilyn Boatright.
18 Hr. Hutchins visits school and awards softball trophy to county champs: Fill-
20 Junior play, QUIT YOUR KIDDING, is presented. Cross country with Manual.
21+ School carnival. What a crowd, and what a time!!
26-27 School for teachers! We have a vacation.
30 Back to school again.
1 Cards beat Cloverdale in first basketball game of current year.
6 Individual pictures taken for annual.
8 Waveland defeats the Cards. Good game.
9 Seniors vote to have a yearbook.
10 Seniors receive their pictures. Were they proud!
13 Seniors have paper drive. Brought in a nice sum of money.
20 P. T. A. open-house at school building. Seniors in charge of registering the
fifty two visitors.
27-28-29 Out of school because of snow storms.
13 Juniors have turkey dinner as reward for magazine sales.
18 P. T. A. has Christmas party with glee club singing carols.
20 Sophomore dance. Those present: Rudolf, Santa Claus, Little Lulu, Frank S1-
natra, Frankie Carle, Eddie Arnold, and a trio consisting of Hr. Alexander, lr.
Hccleerey, and Mr. Speer.
20 Grade operetta, 'The Christmas Theives."
21 Out of school. Teachers had a good work-out!
21 Teachers' farewell party for Mr. Harold Pruitt, the retiring trustee of Marion
22 Out for Christmas vacation until January 1. Santa Claus dumped his sleigh on
1 Back to school after long vacation. Santa was good to everyone. Happy New
1 aging school received individual pictures that were taken during first semester.
Results were good.
3 Cards beat Cloverdale 1.2 to 15.
l. Jr. High game here with Reelsville. Cardg came out ahead: 60 to 25.
8 Teacher! party for Hr. Alfred Heavin, our new trustee. A good time by alll
10 Cards tangle with Russellville Bees, an old rival. Score 55 to 35, our favor.
ll Jr. High victorious over Roachdale, but freshmen lose.
12 Ladoga game at Greencastle. Our first game with the Montgomery County teen.
Cards win 1.0 to 30.
18 Wabash Valley tourney starts at Greencastle. Fillmore wins over Charlton:38
20 Cards take over Bainbridge Pointers by score of 50 to 26.
20 Cards meet Roachdale Hawks in final game of Wabash Valley. Hawks w:l.n:l.2 to 1.1,
21. First day of annual sale.
29-30 Out of school because of bad roads. 200 below zero.
1-2 Out of school because of snow and bad roads.
3 Cards battle Russellville Bees for second time this year. Victorious by score
of 1.8 to IJ..
5 Fillmore tangles with Bainbridge Pointers 3 win 52 to 39. Cpostponed game.,
7 Basketball pictures taken for annual.
7 Cards plq Belle Union at Greencastle. Cards win 67 to 29.
9 Roachdale beats Fillmore 1.5 to L2 in an overtime.
13 Juniors and seniors visit General Assemblyin Indianapolis.
ll. Don Ruark and David Grimes take scholarship exams.
15 John Ztintl' Places third in American Legion Oratorical Contest at Greencastle.
16 High school students and basketball boys have X.I-ays at Greencastle gm.
16 Last scheduled basketball game for Don Ruark, Gerald Carpenter, David Grimes,
Gibby Duncan, Charles Phillips and Stanley Smith. Stilesville 58-Fillmore 1.8.
20 Invitations ordered by Seniors.
21 Putnam County seniors take exam as directed by county superintendent.
22 A TOUU3'-118 PGP 39351013 35 sectional opens tonight. Fillmore 1.83 Greencastle 1.7
23 Everyone at school happy over vlctory of night before. Roachdale Hawks our op:
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Bob Broedstreet--C. F.
Don Runrk-------3 b.
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Gerald Carpenter---2 b -c
Ron 1 Gib Duncan, David Grimes, Gary Newman.
Row 2 Mr. Craig, Max Zaring, Joe Anderson,
Bob Broadstreet, Buck Merritt, Edwin Nichols.
Row 3 Stanley Smith, Gerald Carpenter, llarvin
Ross, Herschel Robinson, Don Huark.
Dave Grimes, Gerald Carpenter, and Mr. Hutchins
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JUNIOR HI SOFTBALL SUMMARY
Row 1 Jackie Arnold, Student Manager.
Row 2 Don Beaman, De Loss Greenlee, Tom
Merritt, Fred Cox, Rex Harcourt.
Row 3 Bill Chadd, Herschel Ross, Donald
Tharp, Jimmie Cox, Jimmy Mason, Bob Sib-
bitt, Mr. McC1eerey.
JUNIOR HI BASKETBALL SUMMARY
Darlene Cash, Luella Phillips,
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Row l Marvin B oadstreet, Richard
Stewart, J. B. lcKamoy, Bill Sibbit.
Row 2 Jackie Clifford, Bob Broad-
street, Bill Wilson, John Zeiner,
Billy Crawley, lr. lcCleerey.
FRIBHMAN BASKETBALL SWM ARY
L. to R. Russell Cash, Jack
Clifford, Joe Anderson, Fred
Fisher, Bill Wilson, Max Zaring,
Roy Harcourt, J.B.McKamey,Jerry
Coach Craig and Student Manager
OW 1. Marvin Broadstreet, Jimmy
Arnold, Norman Jones, Bill Sibb-
itt, Manager-Jack Arnold.
BDW 2. Roland Garvin, Virgil Ar-
nold, Bob Dozier. Lawrence Mer-
ritt, Coach McCleerey.
, ,A,j0lFillmore Squeezes Our' 4-
Smfgueggwin pver Reelsville
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X . ml ...fl 0 'zlol to roll semi-any night as Uf4vnl!..B0ibgckk sufgereggjif .
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piiillws . . - - - ' ' " i l A Greencastle last night were Mar- .xxmofe 9 , X
R055 h i X Oilyn Boatright, Betty Broalmreet Fl , to will
swim 2 X 'Band Fned Goodnight Fillmore nwlld . ' 4
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FRONT ROW: Gib Duncan, Gary Newman,
Percy Smith, Dave Grimes, llax Zaring
BACK ROW: Stan Smith, Gerald Carpen-
ter, Marvin Ross, Charles Phillips ,
Don Ruark, Coach Bill Craig.
Wabash Valley Prelims
Fred Goodnight, Marilyn Boatright,
Row 1 lr. Craig, Dave Grimes, Don Rusrk, Gib Duncan, Marvin Ross, Gerald Carpenter.
new 2 Stanley smith, Gary Neuman,
Joe Anderson, Charles Phillips, lax Zaring, Herschel Smith
Roachdale 67 Bainbridge 52
Fillmore L8 Greencastle L7
Russellville Ll Reelsville 35
Belle Union 53 Cloverdale 35
Fillmore 145 Roachdsle A1
Belle Union L6 Russellville LL
Fillmore 1,7 Belle Union 1.1
We're loyal to you, F. H. S. 30, 80 Set the ball, F- H- 3-
We'll always be true, F. H. S. Wyre 53015118 You 811, F- H- 3
We'll back you to stand
Against the best in the land
For we know that you can
Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah!
Our team is our fame protector
On, boys, for we expect
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l G e The Fillmore Cards broke the
Roachdale iinx this afternoon and
S' ce early last fall, when the t
kids were iust thinking about hit- losers.
ting hoops with a basketball,?11t- Fillmore i48l FG FT PY
nam county iam have been tam- Ruam ....A-.. 9 2 deieated the Hawks, 45'--ii, in nd-
ing about the time "when Green- Ross .... --... 1 2 4 Vance lo 116 llmlls Ol 1112 Plll'
castle and Fillmore get-together." 911111195 ----- 4---- 0 1 1 iam county Secllollal basketball
Last night they got-together, Carpenter -,--- 6 2 4 Olimelf' .
ana mace putting it fnuaiy. 'rite Duncan .... ..... 2 0 5 C 'dwls Q Neel "1C101Y 101 We
final decision vvasn't decided until Neuman ..... 0 0 2 M2262 .WRT I1 ad been get 1291
the last l5 seconds, and then it Grimes .. ..... A 'L 3 tbelnlgm if Els: lwo Ollmlgs Wml
tool! a sensational finish to wind 0 ll mlm Cages'
up the battle oi the year. 'rotate ......... ie is zi U P11151 OUP-MBR '
Young Dave Grimes, who lilies --4320419915110 U73 YG FT PF 1111111012 look 1116 092111112 11?
to play the piano and raise high , ,
grade stock on the side, showed F C d I
his versatility by stealing the old I S
ball game from the Tiger Cubs
when it looked like the affair was d I U ' i,
ge e e mon or
AYTEB THE LE-AD had chang-
ed :ands and the count had been N e H
tie a dozen times, Greencastle 't I 1'
appeared the winner a sthe final
gun was 9laFe"l ln me all and Fillmore Cardinals today held ln the semifinals. lt marked t
lgigxeiolgnlglgglgg ilxazllligggsgzi the title oi l95l basltetbeil eham- Second sg,-ating, year- for
W, ,ma .aa eau from the 'rigar Plfrnfxegi :xllfStc'f:jY'SamdaY Cvvvermen 10 18142 Part 111
' Q ' X night when they cogped the an- llllale'
artiixn sio Sallie owing on at rornmg, 131-393 tfxidfiznxgfs 53
Q ' ufinnin the al 9 1
Xa 2 ,Nei Bene umm, night. Although the Cards
A-1,41 ed in seven points beio
2' f1YSi- QNXBYTBT. 9115 I Belle Union machine co
r-'mrnnrew Geruinais won the slim, 21-20, edge Filixnore advanced to the iinais signed, me numbers may
P15111 V' 0011111612 111 1111 1051011111 the hard WvJf11C1'-i112 512911931 to tie the count at 9-a
at Clinton this weekend by de- back. and strong, tle Tiger Cubs Thursday night and Gibson, 53551195 iowqaf
aging at fighting Belle Union arter to cop the then coming in item behind to the gh-sg mga 901,15 im-
ggugd, 41 to Al, Seturdw 1111111 ncastle closed up eliminate their old rivals irom
in the final game oi We GW011' wen ind. Rbachaale in Saturday after-rworfs
,me high ,ami sectional net te. 'B '1"11e Cards lost
wurnawent. The cards V151 :cant - S 9
Quan with oovuigwn. winner 01 ss. 1
as erases eam
tional winners at Clinton will D0 pm-4 Don Rusk ck -- forward
wavorwo and oayuv' 15 1 Did: Bobbin '-,, M' iorward -- .... Belle Union
Fillmore went tn me finals by rx Alben Moms ----- fqrward -"""'f- Fiumgre
eiiinuiattng their previous nam- W I,-rank P1 unkilmi -, fm-ward ""-- R-uSSellVi1re
ala. me rwwnwa news, af. M Gerald gtk an center -'---- Greencastle
to 41. in the first tilt ol the am D Cgipdlliu. - cente ------,--4 -Roschd le
,emi-tingle Saturday nlternoon. A avid Grimes ' an: --..-,,--n Fu a
nan. Unions emu eaauiefa C Gene Ginn "'-' S11 --,,,,- ' Fihwfe
won me measure ot ure nuaeen- ,, GUM c1,df.1i-'g'--- g118Td an "E umore
--tue am, L5 tn an, in a aonteat Gm Duncan H- guard .D .... elle Unign
more exclllng as ll Vlbhel'-5 Perhaps """'-' guna ,.-:::--- 'immune
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Departmental Editor-Don Ruark
Advertising llanager-Stanley Snith
Mary Ann Cash
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Art Editors-Jeanne Tharp
Sponsors-lisa label Joseph
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Associate Editor-Don Ruark
Business llanager-Norris Webster
Track Gerald Carpenter
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CLASS OF 1950
Maynard Miller, Fillmore. Coal Docks. New York Central Railroad.
Wilborn Kendall, Fillmore. International Harvester, Indianapolis.
Joan Cunningham Cash, Otrs. Genel, Coatesville, H.. R. 2
Audrey Walls, Indianapolis. R.C.A.
Richard Dale Neuman, Fillmore. Allison's, Indianapolis.
Norman Custis, Fillmore, Allison's, Indianapolis.
Geneva Dozier, Fillmore. At home.
Keith Greenlee, Coatesville. Ayres, Iniianapolis. Married Juanita Morgan.
Stanley Nichols, Fillmore. Working with father.
Rose Ellen Ruark, Fillmore. Indiana University, Bloomington.
Virginia Foster, R. R.. 1, Greencastle. Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute
John Charles Sears, Fillmore. Farming.
Russell Harcourt, Coatesville. Diamond Chain, Indianapolis.
Beverly Huber Arnold, Olrs. Leonl, Fillmore. Housewife.
Donna Bailey, Greencastle R. R. Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute.
Leon Arnold, Fillmore. Fanning. '
Roy Shoemaker, Fillmore. International Harvester, Indianapolis.
Mary Alice Nichols, Fillmore. Kersey's Music Shop, Greencastle.
Betty Faun Eastham, Fillmore. At home.
Richard Lee Jones, Greencastle R. R. Allison's, Indianapolis.
Noble Sutherlin, Fillmore. A1lison's, Indianapolis.
Kaye Hiller, Fillmore. At home.
Coleen Phillips Nichols, Oirs. Doylej, Fillmore. Housewife,
Fred Girton, Fillmore. Bridgeport Brass, Indianapolis.
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1927 Ivan Lisby. Arm. Germany
1930 Lawrence Smith. Army. Korea.
1938 Joe Pickett. Army. Kentucky.
Kenneth Smyth. Air Force. England.
1939 James Miller. Army. Japan.
191.0 Ramona Kersey. Anny Nurse.
Donald Meek. Army. Texas.
191.1 Chester Wells. Air Force.
19113 Harry Martin. Army. Korea.
191.5 Robert Pell. Army. Gennany.
191.6 Gene Cash. Amy. Kentucky.
Don Estridge. Army. Texas.
Delmus Ross. Air Force. Texas.
Curtis Smith. Air Force. England.
Dow SUPP- Air Force. South Dakota
Don Williamson. Anny.
191.7 Betty Northern WAC
191.8 Richard Girton. Marines. North Carolina.
Marion Miller. Air Force. Colorado.
191.9 Noble Alexander. Armr. Illinois.
Kenneth Carpenter. Air Force. Massachusetts.
Harry Custis. Air Force. Texas.
Gene Deweese. Air Force. Texas.
Thomas McNeil. Ann. Michigan.
Don Thompson. Air Force. Ohio.
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