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Fourth Fifth and Sixth Grades
Graduate, Two Year Course
Indiana State Teachers College
Leon Orr Principal
Social Science Health and
Ball State Teachers College
Central Normal and Butler
University B S and M S
Latin and History
Ball State Teachers College A B
Iris E Grosswiler
Graduate Two Year Course
Ball State Teachers College
Mathematxcs Science Agricul
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Oakland City College Indiana
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State Teachers College B S
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Grammar Science, and Physical
Central Norrnal, Purdue and Ball
State Teachers College B S
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Mary C Padgett
Mathematics and Home Economics
Earlharn College, B S
Graduate Two Year Course
Indiana State Normal
Graduate Two Year Course
Indiana Universlty B S
Indxana Umverszty A B
Fourth Fifth and Sixth Grades
Graduate Two Year Course
Indiana State Teachers College
Indiana University B P S M
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Sunshine Society 46 48
Chief News Reporter 47
Yell Leader 47 48
Basketball 46 48
Chorus 44 48
Band 44 48
Safety com 47 48
Sunshine Society 44 48
Chorus 44 47
DOYLE GAYLOR Vice Pres
Bllhmlu 44 48
Chorus 46 48
GERALDINE DICKEY Sec Trees
Chorus 44 47
Bond 44 46
Sunshine Society 44 48
Pres 46 47
Bsnd 47 48
Student Mgr 45
Chorus 44 47
Sunshine Society 44 48
Bldgs 8: Grounds Com 47 48
Pres. Student Council 47-48 Chorus 44-48
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News Reporter 47 48
Basketball 44 48
Bldg: 81 Ground Com 47 4
MARY JANE MILLER
Chorus 44 48
Chorul 44 47
Sunshine Society 44 4
Bald 47 48
Safety Com 47 48
Student Manager 46 47
Chorus 44 48
Sunshine Society 44 48
Sunshine Society Pres 47 48
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Sunshine Society 44-48 Bl-ld 44'43
In September of 1944 a group of eighteen eager, though ne1
vous, children enrolled as Freshmen in good old Forest High
School. Among the number were June Alder, lately of Applachia
Va , Rosalie Creager, newly arrived from Galveston, Indiana, and
the native born Norma Morris, Jack Johns, Estol Raney, Betty
Terrell,Harold Moqulnn, Bruce Edwards Geraldine Dickey, Kenneth
Parker, Wayne Mann, Lou Ella Graves, Mary Jane Miller, Virginia
Kanable, Joyce Orem, John Kramer, Dor1s Evans, and Vanda Swem
Having survived the unforgettable initiation ceremony,we settled
down as full time teachers' treasures with Harold Mcguinn
as class president At the end of theyear, believe it or not,
the entire class, bolder and braver by how, was advanced to the
larger and more deeply scarred seats designated for Sophomores
During the sophomore year, Vanda and Doris, amid tears and
for 1 adieus
our gold and
in the study
withdrew from our school to enrich the BCDOO1B of
and Russlaville respectively The rest of us,
black class sweaters, could be seen anywhere around
Again President Harold Mcguinn brought his charges
a creditable record to the diSD1f16dJUH1OT pOB1tlOD
That Junior year, PHICDBBB of class rings and pins, a suc
cessful class play, a trlp in a chartered bus to visit the State
Legislature and the reception for the Senxors these and many
other pleasant though pressing, experiences kept us out of mls
chiei and in the swing of activlty John Kramer, as Pres1dent,
with the help of h1s able vice, Doyle Gaylor, kept us in lmne
while Secretary and Treasurer, Bruce Edwards held the purse
strings in antlcipation of the big 'spree' yet to come in our
Senior year Betty Lou Ella, Virginia and Estol quit school
before the end of the year Mar1lyn Deweese entered the Jun1or
class 1n 1946
Our class including Deane Beebe who came from Burlington
Indiana took possess1on of tD6 slxteen seats nearest the 8Outh
windows oi the Study Hall there to engoy the privileges and re
sponsxoillties for which we had walted patlently, namely
inltiate the freshmen wh1ch we d1d w1th much 'goo' and 'gusto',
to march to lunch at the nea of the l1ne to ofier suggestlons
to whicr students DG teachers alike would pay same heed, to set
a good example for the under sraduates, and to make that 'pxle
of money' needed for a tr1p in the sprlng The class play,
'Socially Amb1t1CuS' netted us a slzable sum, the magazine sub-
scriptions added another nnunk , and the annual'f1n1shed us up'
As we leave Forest High School, we can proudly say UTDSSG past
four years have been the happlest ones of our lxves
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We the Senlors
We the Senior
We the DSUIOPS
We the Seniors will the deeply scared seats along
the windows to the Junior Class.
girls will our ability to go steady
boys will our ability to play pool
success to our sponsor
good attitude to Mrs Cline
aL1l1ty to skip school tu
abillty to make speeches to
will another intelligent Secretarial
to Mrs Davis
will our Bbllltj to plan meals to
will to Mrs Lineback a bigger and
better band nd chorus
We the Seniors will to Mr Ruckriegle a more quiet
fifth period assembly
Roselle Creager wills ber musical ability to Howard
Norma Norris wills her line of gossip to anyone who
thinks he lS qualifled to take it
Deane Beebe wllls her ab1l1ty to be quiet
keeping Class to Pauline Orr
Marilyn Deweese wills her abllity to st y
Kramer's class to Don alder
nary Jane iller wllls her ab1l1ty to fix
Alta Mae Porter
June Alder wills her abllity to go stead,
Harold Ncquinn wills the Frankfort girls to Don
Joyce Orem wills her Vim, VIQOT nd Vital1ty to
Kenny Parker wills flS abi itf to ke bri ht
remarks to Fax Sellars
desk to Bob Cockran
Jack Johns wills tis Wh sker
Bill Kammerer wills tis ri tt
to Don Manual
John Krame wills his ability
ard not et caugkf to anyone
Doyle Gaylor wills ris ahility to play carter to
Bruce Edw ds wills Tis kating ili , to 1 m
to oonnie Ray Coleman
to sleep in the assembly
to et lHtO mischief
who wants to try it
oer ldlne Dickey wills ter bangs to Joan Redman
By Iorma Iorris
Dari yn De'eese
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Whlle traveling through orrental countrles June Alder and
Geraldine Dickey came upon a woman who gave them the power t
look 1nto the future of the Senlor Class and this 18 what they
saw in the year 1950
Jack Johns is now a protesslohal gamoler He 18 owner of
the famous Bloody Bucket Nightclub
Marllyn Deweese 18 a stewardess OD the Trans World Air
lines She really goes for the pllots
Nayne Mann now owns a long CD81n of peanut venders
and H18 monkey COmpBH1On are really
Deane Beebe 1B now Mrs Harold
ive artlst for Paramount Studios 1h
Norma MOIIIB is now manager oi
in Burllngton, Iowa Stop sometlme
Kenny Parker's popularlty has helped h1m to become
ldeht of the United States
Mary Jane Mlller 18 now the personal secretary of
ident Parker and wlfe of Bob Altxo
Bruce Edwards has really made someth1ng of himself
gettlng TLCD last
Eldr1dge SDS is a creat
the Wueen Anne Swap Shop
and we'll swap
now a handsome Professor at the Forest College for G1rls
John Kramer is a orave young man who 18 the lron
for the great Bungler Baller C1rcus
Rbsalle Creager could he HOtU1Hg but a famous mus1c
er andthe director of the New York Symphony Orchestra
Wllliam Kammerer 18 now the owxer of a flve thousand acre
dalry ranch just on the outskirts of Forest
Joyce Orem is now the head nurse 1n EHS Mayo s nosprtal
Harold Mcguinn how owns the largest drugstore ln D6
state He is progressive 1n more ways than one
Hoyle uaylor lost n1s seat 1n congress so Unat LB why
R18 underwear is BOOWIDQ As a result of thls he is now mdnzg
very lmpressive speeches for the office of DOG CATCHER
By June Alder
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Wilbur Caldwell, a mlld man in his forties Harold hcquinn
Millie Caldwell, an impractical, woman Geraldine Dickey
Ann Caldwell an attractive girl of 24 Norma Norris
Fred Caldwell, lmost fifteen Doyle Gaylor
Clayton Van, a woman 1 her fifties June Alder
Tom Hastings, an agreeable young m n of b John Kramer
Wellington, thin, thirty, slow and lazy Kenneth Parker
Susan Brian, a weather beaten woman harilyn Deveese
Florence Wells, perhaps 55, but doesn't loox it De ne Beebe
Mrs Ridgevay Fahrenheit, a social autl r1ty Rosalle Grea
Niss Norton, a business 11K6 young oman Joyce Orem
Jim Palmer, a muscular, blustering man of 30 Bill Kammerer
Theobald Ames, the 'arm of the law' Bruce Wdwards
Nr Orr 'You love to go to sunday Scrool, don't you Doyleo
Doyle G 'Yes sir
Mr Orr ' hat did you learn Sunday9'
Doyle G The date of the picnic '
Jack J WMar1lyn, have you ever been klssed by a b1 strong,
Mrs Cline In Japan lou can buy a Wlfe Po ol rilr
Kenny P 'well, a good wife is worth that"
Victor NDuty calls an to cllr r o umda s le
urges rim to go fishing '
Mrs Victor 'Yes, and Monday he shows an all su Lu ned
Mrs Lineback Nr Lilburn do fou tkinx I will eve b
do anytrlng wit? my voiceo'
Mr Milburn 'hell it riekt come in Pard, ir
Mrs Kramer 'Nobody ever le rd of a senterce without a di P
Harold M 'I have hr Kramer
Mrs Kramer brat is it?
Harold M 'Thirty Days
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June Alder wltn tne new loc ?
Geraldlne Dxckey snort ann I t?
Deane Beeoe not S0105 steaoyr
Doyle Gaylor ulaylng a VlO11HT
Kenneth Parker not making a wlse 0 ask LD
wayne Mann oe1n5 sens1ole?
HOBHLIS Creager maklng less TDHH an
nruce Edwards wltn black nalr?
Mary Jane M1ller as a stenograpnerr
B111 Kammerer arguxng w1tn a teacner?
Joyce Orem welgulng 250 los ?
Harold McQu1nn dTlV1Hg slowly?
lar1lyn Deweese yelllng Ior anotner oall
Jack Jonns wltn a clean snave?
Jonn Kramer wltn nis na1r combed?
Norma Morrls qu1et as a mouse?
Wayne Is Doyle a reckless driver?
Deane 'Say, When the roads turn the same way he does ts
a coincldence '
Bill May I kiss you again?
Mary Jane What do you think I'm waiting for a street car?
Joyce 'Did one of your ancestors come over on the May
Norma Er no But I understand one of them ran for the
boat and gust missed it
Geraldine 'I don't know whether to become a painter or a
Rosalie 'Become a Painterl'
Geraldine 'Have you ever seen my p1ctures?'
Rosalie 'No, but I have read your poems!
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Crystal Ruse, Pauline Orr Betty Baker Rose Alder,
Carolyn johnnon Beverly Timmons
Mn Davis Sponsor Howard Ogle William Robertson,
David Scott, Max Sellars Robert Robertson, Max Miller
William Skxles Don Berry
Row l, Patricia Whiteman, Betty Alter, joan Redman, Virginia Ticen,
Gertie Michael, james Eikenberry, Paul Gravel.
Row Z. Helen Millar, Sponsor, Mrs. Lenora Cline, Alta Mae Porter,
Marilyn Milner, Gladys Jewell, Bob' Grant, Elizabeth Whitlow,
' jovannah Avery, Betty Skiles, jim Kammerer.
Row 3. Bob Eldridge, Don Alder, Bill Vail, Don Manuel.
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The Junior Class of 1947 48 consisted of s1xteen members
at the first of the year Later on Betty Stevens from North
Manchester joined the class and Crystal Ruse quit Our offi
cers were as follows President,Don Berry,V1ce President, Bob
Robertson, Secretary, Betty Baker,Treasurer, Max Sellars The
sponsor was Mrs Madge Davis
The class was represented in tue band by Betty Baker,
Pauline Orr, Carolyn Johnson, Don Berry, and Max Sellers W
were also well represented in the chorus
Dur class rings,which we received in September have been
proudly worn all year
For money, which we all crave, we sold candy at the noon
hour and at the home basketball games Also, we sold the
Bobcat stickers that were left from our Sophomore year An
:ther money making project, our class play, 'The Wild Oats
Boy', was presented in March
The object of our money making was,of course, to enter
tain the Seniors at the annual Junior Senior reception which
was held in April
THE WILD OATS BOY
Aunt Anne Housekeeper Carolyn Johnson
D93-15 T118 maid Betty Baker
Judy Uncle George's adopted daughter Beverly Timmons
Danny Murphy The cook maybe, Max Sellers
Patricia Gilden KPatJ Judy's friend Pauline Orr
Eddie The wild oats boy you Berry
Jake Peters The cousin from New York Bob Robertson
Prue The country cousin Betty Stevens
Charlie BentonCChuckJ The ex prize fighter cousinkstol Raney
Trout Prue's pestiferous son B111 Robertson
Seth The uncle from Maine Bill Skiles and Max Miller
lose Uncle George's darky servant Dave Scott
Mrs Davis Pauline, why do business concerns use Bookkeeping?
Pauline I don't know
Irs Davis What do you know?
Pauline Nothing thats whv I ask you so many QUBSYIDDB
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Eve Martin.........Another friend--more'SQ'iSQQf::.Rose Alter
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
When the school bell rang out on September 5, 1947, twenty
one sophomores rushed into the knowledge factory, Forest High
School for another year of learning, fun, and excitement
short tlme after the opening of school, Robert Grant moved t
To gulde the destiny of the class, the following officers
ere elected President, Narllyn Milner, Vice President, Robert
W1dIldgG, Secretary, Don Alder, Treasurer, Betty Alter, Reporter
Gertle LlCh86l, Sponsor, Mrs Lenora Cline
Mr Orr, the QTIHCI al, wishing that the students mlght par
trcrpate 1D varlous actlvlties, appo1nted the following students
to serve on designated commlttees Student Council, Helen Miller
and Don Alder, Safety, Javannah Avery and William Vail Building
and Grounds, Ellzabeth Whitlow and Paul Graves, Cheer Guild,Helen
Betty SKll6S, Virglnla Tlcen, and James Elkenberry are
members of the hlah school band Virglnia Ticen was chosen
one of the school yell leaders for this year
Durlng the thlrd week of school we spent a few hours try
lng to declde upon class sweaters and their colors After ex
a lnlng varlous styles, we flnally chose kelly green with white
numbers eagerly we awalted thelr arrival,but week after week
assed and st1ll t e sweaters didn't arrive Flnally, after hope
was almost one, the assembly and class rooms were made more
cheerful by the appearance of the sophomores wearlng green and
The funds rn the treasury belng rather low, we sold basket
ball schedule p8DCl1S and conducted a very successful paper drive
Cne cold Hlght 1D early December we traveled to Kokomo to
enwof the ter oartv Comlng home we stopped at the WLighthouseW
Hettf Dor fou're flckle There 15 llpstlck on your cheek
Don Hlaybe lts red lnk W
Bettg Ieah, 1ss prlntl
d nvt 11 e glrls t'at bob thelr halr, use rouse or
Don ovder, r short SK1ItS or roll their socks
JAFQQ havcn't ot a glrl 6ltV6T
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Maxxne Beebe Irena Baker Mary jane Wellxnger Marze
Wlsehart, Maxine Whxtlow Betty Unger, Janie Dow
Mrs Bermce Lineback Sponsor Elaine Davis Deana
Hayden Margaret Whxtxnan joyce Foreman Clarence
McQui.nn johnny Franklin Ralph Hughes
Bonnie Harrison Allen Va1l Nelson Raney Norma Scott,
Sue Milner, Dwalne Tate
Carol McQuinn and William l-laxnilton were absent the day this
picture was taken
. Robert Green, Charles Rogers, Robert Sanders, Herman Tucker,
. Elva Plcco, Marilyn Mitchell, Carol Pollock, Marie Wisehart,
Ramona Avery, Yolanda Coin.
. Ralph jones, Robert Ayers, Louise Vail, Sharon Deweese,
Patty Terrell, Verna Graves, Jessie Graves, Paul Manuel.
. Maxixxe Tlcen, Colleen Avery, Nelma McCarty, Charles Hamilton,
Barbara Smith, Ethel Ellison, Delores Tucker, Patricia Skiles,
Doyle Coonrod, Edwin Jluckriegle, Sponsor.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Again breaning records for a 'vast multitude' of members,
the Freshman class of tventy nine overflowed the Forest High
School ln the fall of 1947 Of the twenty nine, the nine or
iginal were Elaine Davis, Ralph Hughes, Tom Kramer, Carol Mc
Qulnn, 'larence McQu1nn, Sue Milner, Dayne Scott, Dwain Tate,
and Narle wisehart Barbara hodson and Uarllyn Shockley,
jolned our ranks the second semester
With a d6tSImlD8t1OD to outdo the record of classes
before 1t, the freshman class has done much already whlch
proves lt is developlng rroldly Much outstand1ng merlt has
come to llght in the llne of extra curricular achlevements
Several are oartlclpatlnb ln musical OI83H1ZatlOHS The class
15 proud to have Connle Coleman as a representat1ve or the
first basketball team and equall proud to have Irena Baker
as one of the yell leaders '1th everyone StI1V1Hg to be
the honor roll, eleven succeeded and one was Whonorable mem
t1oned A long list of freshman that were exempted fol
lows Tom Kramer, Ralph Pughes, Elalne Davls Janle Dow,
Gonnle Coleman, T8XlD6 hltlow, Deana Uayden, and Mary Jane
WBll1DEGI Althou h the fre hman class have been actlve
thelr procedure of becoming educated, they have been X158
enough to act foollsh when good tlmes were at hand
After much cons1derat1on,the freshman class nomlnated and
elected Allen Vall as thelr presldent Pe has proved to be
outstandlng offlcer, and we venture to say there 13 none otker
llke hlm The other off1cers this year were Sue 1 ln r, Vlce
Presldent, Janle Dow, Secretary, Bonnle Farrison, Treasurer
The freshman survlved the dread 'freshman 1n1t1at1on'
the early part of the term Although we had a fex cases
vlrus pneumonla and a couple of broken necxs, we aren't com
plalnlng for we are ant1c1pa+1he the year when e are
Mr Ruckrlegle mvhat makes you so late thls mornlnv
BOHHl8 H 'You see slr, there are seven 1D our family N
Nr Quckrlegle Nlell W
Bonnle H NAnd the alarm va set for Slfft H
NHXlH6 B UD d you hear the ore about the Jeep that ran out
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THE EIGHTH GRADE
The eighth grade class of Forest School has had many
activities during the year The following people have
been elected and appointed to fill the various offices,
President, Maxine Ticen, Vice President, Bob Green, Sec
retary Treasurer, Carol Pollock, Safety Comm1ttee,Mar1lyn
Mitchell and Bob Sanders,Cheer Guild, Jessie Graves,
Buildings and Grounds Comm1ttee,Nelma McCarty and Charles
Podgers, News Reporter, Walter Baton Yell Leaders were
Marilyn Mitchell, Carol Pollock, and Betty Mitchell
Our party the first semester was a hay r1de followed
by a wiener roast at the home of Carol Pollock The second
semester party was held at the local rink Both parties
were well attended and we enjoyed them very much
The Junior High music classes were included in the
musical program given at Christmas time A novelty number
by the Junior High boys was well received by the
dience They also gave a musical program in the spring
Some of our eighth grade boys help to make up the Junior
High Basketball team They have had a fairly successful
nament at Michigantown and made a very good showing
We thought we were 'grown up' when we entered Junior
High,but we will be glad to be numbered with the High
School students next year
Mr Orr 'Now, can anyone tell me what a myth 1s?'
Marilyn M 'Yes, its a female moth '
Mrs Padgett 'Where did you get your amazing knowledge
of Social and Economic subJects?'
Carol P wrrom my mother's graduation essay
Mrs Kramer 'What would happen if you were to break one
of the Ten Commandments?'
Sharon D 'Well, then there would be ninel'
Colleen J 'Is that a dray horse you have there?'
Ramona A 'No its a brown horse and stop your baby
year. In January they participated in a four team tour-
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Allen Milburn Billy jenkins Larry Robertson
Ralph Foreman Dick Davin
Carol FYa.nklin Katherine Smith Lois Ann Brownln
Nina Alter Barbara Unger Reba Kelly Helen
Bentley Mary Cathrzne Laughner
Bradly Huffer, Betty Mitchell Marxlyn Porter
Paul Vazl Robert Cochran, Donna Robertson
Merlm Stewart, Bill Krarner
McQuinn Cora Bowers Dora Bowers, Mary Harnson
Wilma h-an Rn-fhn Fred Melllng
Row l Larry Lantz jerry Sanders Patricia Bowers,
Nancy Terrell Carol Huffer jean jenkins
Phlllia Wellinger joan Archey, Dele Evans
Teddy Miller, Mrs Milburn Max Seo , Haro d
Elizabeth Davis Phyllis Swem Mr Mxlburn
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ight and early one September 1OPH1HE 1H 1945, ln and he r
Indlana, twenty Qlfht llxely boys and slr s b rr d
yes, and oyened thelr mouths to shout hurrat ' toda
nd ve are seventh rr der
the first class reetlng vlth our spor or, rs rrazer
ark haired ar Iarrlson to b ,r sldent rd lux
to be secretary and tre surer
Sebtember 27, e had a hay rlde fo loweu L wlener
Bob Cochran's fatter drove hls UFdCCOl to
Pay 'c uinn, asslsted by Betty Tltchell and ary arrl on hsd
our next rarty, a Ialloween masluerade tke f of tie
second semester we began CldUO'lHL for another pl s t 1
it as a skatlnp party at the orest FlHP
Je have all pronlsed to co e back a lln H6 t year to carry
on as only seventh come 81 ht graders can
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Wlth members HUHb8P1Hg twenty 61 rt
Nlna and Donna have llttle talks
Whlle Bee Bee hums and Bently Nilks
Cora and Dora slgale every ClF6
That Forelan goes throuvh a monkey sklne
Je have tfo HlTlS whose nares are ary,
They yet sweet glance from Fred and arry
Jenkins, Puffer ind Yraner ral e an UI roar
Iblle through lt all Fuph does shore
Bob and Dlck fear up
lPllB Lols and Carol
Totes are wrrtten by
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our class is very brl ht and gay,
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Je all work well and toe the llne
In fact we're all Just super flne
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Robert Mundell james Wyrick james McCarty Ronald Herr
Charles Davie Mack Trenary Kent Achora
Phyllis Pirco Doris Crurn janet Jordon Mona Gookins
Sharon Derringer Frances Bowers Judith Achors Marilyn
Robertson Linda jenkins Elsie Graves
Sue Browning David Bowers Duane Kessler Donna Derringer
Bonnie Hayden Sharon Redman, Franklin Crawford Eloise
Archey Eugene Graves Roy Bowers, Billy Joe Payne
Max White Rex Berry Rex Hughes Patricia Cochran, Linda
McQui.nn Marion Alder Thelma Ruth Bowers, joann Graves
jean Castle er! Br an
Mrs lnaMi urn r Carl Milburn Teachers
Rgw 1, johnny Castle, Georgia Graves, Marceille Gookins,
Betty White, Nancy Shuck, George Graves, Max
Row Z, William McQuinn, Don Stockberger, Donal Miller,
Carol Mundell, Patricia Scott, jean Bowers,
Darrell Scott, Lonnie Tucker.
Row 3, Walter Wellinger, William DeWeese, Mrs. Grace l
Myres, Teacher, Estes Bowers, Hubert Bowers,
Donovan Webster. Richard Smith.
Tommy Davis james Barnett erry Terrell
ohn Davis Phillip Davis j L Mitchell
Barbara Bowers jane Robertson joan Robertson
Mar e White Clara Damewood Vxrgle Bowers
jamce Thomas judy Browning Barbara Victor
Larry jordan Glenn Payne David Shuck
Larry Manuel jamce Green Lois Ann Archey
janet Kxrkendall jimmy Picco Billy Peden
Buck john s Eddie Bentley Phyllis McCarty
Linda Derrxnger Mrs Grosswxler Bonnie
Huiier Bob Swem jerry Milner Charles
Hill Dale Miller Don Crum
Row l. jerry Simmons, Blaine Burns, Tony Sanders, Harold
Redman, Louie Tucker, Kenneth Webster.
Row Z. Homer Schuckers, janice Kay Bowers. Wanda Gookins,
Wilma Graves, Phyllis Kirkendall, Carol Wright,
Row 3. Harley Lee Pullers, joe Davis, David Young,
Georgia Damewood, Judy Sheets, Marlene DeWeese,
Dale Orr, Teddy Orem, jimmy Orem.
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Deane Beebe Marilyn DeWeese Geraldine Dickey
Norma Morrls june Alder lrena Baker Margaret
Row Z Sponsor Mrs Padgett Marie Wlsehart Mary jane
Wellmger Ehzabeth Whitlow Gladys Jewell
Helen Miller Crystal Ruse Pauline Orr Rose
Alder Betty Baker Beverly Timmons Carolyn
johnson Norma Scott Marxlyn Milner, joyce Foreman
Row 3 Bonnie Harrxson Alta Mae Porter Maxxne Beebe
Maxine Whitlow Elaine Davis jane Dow joan
Redrnan, Virginia Txcen Gertxe Michael jovannah
Avery Betty Skiles Deana Hayden Betty jo Unger
Sue Milner Patricia Whiteman
Ralph Hughes Rosalie Creager Duck Davis
Paulxne Orr Betty Unger Charles Rodgers
Row Mrs Bernice Llneback Band Leader Sue Milner
Norma Scott Bonnie Harrison Carol Pollock
Manlyn Mitchell Betty Baker Betty Slules
Vlrgmxa Tlcen Ethel Ellison janle Dow
Don Berry Donna Robertson
Row Irena Baker Dwaine Tate Max Sellars Harold
McQu1.n.n, johnny Kramer jovannah Avery Mary
Harrison Carolyn johnson Clarence McQul.nn
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THE SUNSHINE SOCIETY
The Sunshine Girls of 1947 48 had a very pleasant and
profltable year Fifteen girls became members of the So
clety at the Initiation Ceremony which was held September
17, 1947 This made a total of forty three girls
In October the Riley Fund Drive for the children of
Riley Hospital was started The girls also drew names for
their Sunshine Mystery Pals
The annual Thanksgiving program was given in the gym
nasium for all the school The Methodist minlster, Rev
Schuckers, was the speaker The girls glee club and the
mixed chorus sang a number each and the first grade boys
and girls also sang some numbers
December brought the Christmas party wlth its usual
fun and gaiety A chili supper was enjoyed after which the
girls exchanged gifts and then went carollng They de
llvered several Sunshlne baskets to the sick ln the com
At the January meeting Mrs Cllne gave a very helpful
and instructive talk on the subject of 'Improv1ng your
Personallty ' The club welcomed two new members, Marilyn
Shockley and Barbara Hodson lnto the sncletv
In February the annual Valentine Party, which was en
joyed by all, was glven ln the gymnaslum
March brought the high llght of the year, the annual
to show thelr Mothers the 1deals for which the Sunshlne
Society stands After the dellclous meal an insplrlng
talk was glven by the speaker of the evenlng Thls was
followed by several speclal numbersby the club
In Aprll the officers for the fOll0Wlng year were e
lected Several glrls attended the State Sunshlne Conven
tlon at Lafayette, April 10th At the close of the busl
ness meetlng a varled program was enjoyed by all The fare
well party for the senior girls of the club was given 1n
Aprll at which the installatlon of the new officers was
held The Senlor members of the club bade farewell to the
It is hoped that the Sunshlne Soclety w1ll continue
in the future to be an lnspiration to the glrls in main
talnlng high ideals
Mother-Daughter Banquet, at which the Sunshine Girls tried
OXASQVA GRAND 01.19 scuooz.
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had another class meeting today only this
First day Oh! what a bunch of 'Freshies All anxious
to see the new teachers
Not a whole
hurrying to get favorite seats and of course
are over by the wlndows
lose no tlme, they had a class meeting today
lot of studylng done, weather is rather warm
was a secret one Some Freshmen are wonderlng if plans
are being made for thelr 1n1t1ation Well maybe
Thls sure 15 gettlng monotonous, the Senlors had another
class m68t1Hg This time they had to stay after school
The Freshmen are gettlng worrled
Several sleepy heads this warm afte noon Senlors order
ed thelr play books
The Sophomores are trylng to agree what colors they want
their class sweaters
Tough luck! Mary Jane Illler was operated on for append
1C1tiS Thls means the Senlors wlll have to order dlff
erent play books
The Sunshlne Soclety had thelr lHlt13tl0H last nlght
The Senlors are beglnnlng to feel lmportant, they order
It seems as though there 18 golng to be an ep1dem1c of
appendlcltls amoung the Seniors Jack Johns, the class
presldent, was operated on thls mornlng
Mrs Davls 15 rather worked up about the bookkeeplng
class not gettlng thelr workbooks
Mrs Kramer seems to be h8V1DQ trouble WltH the play
cast, they gust on't settle down Wlll you Doyleo
Irs ramer thouvht she could smell smoke at play nrac
tlce last Dlght Ask John :hat he knovs about lt
fe had a movle 1D front of the assembly thls afternoon
The Secreterlal TI3lD1DQ class 13 worklng hard on the
play posters and tlCrStS
It has flnally come after man, hours of hard Jork, the
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Everyone thought the play was really good The Seniors
were pretty scared Of course they are dreadlng tonlght
The Senlors remembered thelr parts better last nlght
The Senlors got a vacatlon today They went to Delphl
and had thelr plctures taken
Me had our first basketball game last nlght, the boys
played a good ame but wasn't good enough to win over
Those Senlor boys' 0 Why can't they get ln on tlme after
Mrs Kramer, of Frankfort, gave an lnteresting book re
vlew about the llfe of Abraham Llncoln
The basketball boys and a few other Llds went to Frank
fort and had X Ray's taken
for Thanksglvlng vacatlon
The Junlors sponsored the Dixie Four last nlght They
had a large crowd and a lot of fun
Ve had Convocation the 8Ct1V1tY perlod and lt was very
We played Mulberry on thelr floor last nlght, and they
The Seoreterlal Tra1n1ng class is beglnnlng work on the
Ne played Scirclevllle last nlght on thelr floor It was
a good game but Sclrclevllle won
There was a Communlty Club meeting last nlght in the
We played Jackson, there, last nlght It wasn't a very
good game because they beat us too much
The Sunshine g1rls and thelr Sponsor, Mrs Padget, had a
party last nlght They decorated the Christmas trees and
the assembly, and had a glft exchange
Happy days are here again! We recelved refreshments and
had an Xmas exchange and were let out for the vacatlon
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Our luck has finally changed We won the tourney at
Burlington Everyone including Mr Victor, was happy
There are a few more droopy eyes than usual, but outside
of that everything is the same
The Seniors began the sale of their magazines today
We played Kirklin last night It was a swell game The
score was close, but we won
We played lichigantown in the county tourney They won
they are all wearing them
We played Russiaville on their floor
Everyone is trying to get the school
shape because the State Inspector is
We played Burlington last night on
last night and
building in tip top
supposed to be here
our floor and beat
'My Wild Irish Rose' They must've had a nice time it
was late when they got home Or should I say early?
I :under why some of the Senxors can't get into Govern
ment class on time? Ask John and Bruce they migntlurw
The Sunsh1ne Society had a meeting today
There was a Student Councrl meet1ng today Several were
brought before the Counc1l for breaking various rules
A photographer came to take pictures of the basketball
boys, the senior girls, and the teachers
We played Sugar Creek last n1ght
We played Michigantown last night on our floor, and they
Mrs Kramer is 111 today so Irs Alexander came to teach
The Seniors had a class meeting and took a vocabulary
We played Carrolton last night, here, and beat them
There was a Student Council m88tlDg today and there were
several KldS called 1U
The Senlors soorsored a SYRU FALL game last nlght Every
one enjoyed themselves
sectlonal tourney, whlch is played at Frankfort
gan today and we played Jackson
The Basketball Banquet was held ln the gym last Hlght
It was a very engoyable supper
The JUH1OIS are nervous today because thelr play starts
TOHlght lS the second H1 ht of thelr play They were
really good last nlght
The County Instrumental Music rehearsal was held
The County Chorus rehearsal was held at ROSSVlllB last
Dl ht Thls vas the last rehearsal before the f6StlV3l
The music festival was held ln the Howard Hall at Frank
fort last nlgnt
The enlor sponsored the Donkey ball game last nlght
veryone had a h1l8IlOUS tlme
he Senlors left on thelr trlp to ashlngton and wlll be
home lH SlX days
The Junlors went to Frankfort to the typinf contest
lhe tT8dltlOD8l lother and Dau htcr Danouet w s held
1U the Lym last H1 ht
JUDlOI and QSHlOI receptlon 1lC6!'
The GHIOIS had their Baccalaure te servlces l t DW ht
WH the Qaotlst churcn
The Commencement serv ces are to be meld tonl lH t
gym ThlS xlll be a bla H1 ht for the en ors
hveryone 15 happy today lt 15 the l t d y on scnool
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FGREST BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Tourney at Burlmgton
County Tourney at Frankfort
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Last year under Coach L H Victor the Forest team won nlne
teen out of twenty two games This year Victor was back hoping
to do the same thlng agaln Last year five Senior basketball
boys graduated, three of whlch were on the flrst f1VS That
meant that this year three second team boys would have to take
At the beginning ctthe season Victor predicted that the team
would win at least ten scheduled games But he missed his number
gust a little bit During the 1947 oart of the season Forest
came up agalnst seven opposing teams The boys fought hard but
were defeated every game The second team had a little better
luck and defeated Jackson, in the ooenlng game, 13 to lO and
Russlaville 23 to 18 1n a later date
When the l948 part of the season started the Forest team
started winn1ng On January 3 Forest partlcipated in a four way
l1V1t8tl nal tourney at Burllngton The other three schools re
oreserteo were Burl1ngton, Carrolton, and Ervin The schedule
was for the Bobcats to play Burllngton and Carrolton to play
E v1n ln the afterno n The bobcats defeated Burllngton 44 to 25
nd Carrolton defeated Ervin That evenlng Burllngton defeated
Ervln and Forest defeated Carrolton 3 to 27 The eobcatswmn
the nets and a trophy
The next scheduled game was w1th Kirklin on January 7 After
a very hard and close game we flnally defeated them January
1 and lO was set aside for the County Tourney Forest played the
'lPSt game and was defeated by M1Ch19aDtO n 33 to 28 Then came
anotner loss fter wh1ch the Bobcats defea ed Burllngton on our
In the next four games the Bobcats were defeated by Sclrcle
tlle Wolf x, Sugar Creek and M1ChlE8HtOWH In the last gave of
e se son Forest beat Carrolton
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Max wayne Mlller
Student Aanager Rlchard Davls
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