Fort Branch High School - Key Yearbook (Fort Branch, IN)

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' iii-111 Sx I , L GRATIA VICTORIA 'Q E J HEMMER J M SELLERS SCWVU-'6 Sczence AB I1Ld1,U,71,a State T60,ClL6'7'.S AB Indiana State Teaghefrs AM hzdzrma, Dvzzzerszty A M Imimng, U-nweqgg-ity Chicago Um1,e'rszty up EVERETT SMITH MARK LOCKWOOD M athewmtzcs Enghsh AB Oakland Czty College AB Evamsvzlle College M S Indzana Unwermty Indzana Unwefremty 6 ' m ll f, E ' ' A fi' .v ku 1 ,! I RAIIA WICI ORIA C L BECKNELL CHARLES EPPERSON Commerce and Coach Soczal Sclence and Manual Tframmg BS Evansvzlle College A B DePauw Unwe,-mgy Indzana Umverezty Indmml University Mwsoun Unwerszty MARY ALICE PLASS ALMA ALCORN Muszc amd Art Latin B.S.M. DePauw University Ijmdenwood College A.B. Indmna U'n1've'rsity 7 GRA FIA VII TORIA ROSE ELPERS BERNARD G WEAVER BS Indlfnf-fl Umvm'-Sify BS I11d1a1w,State Teachers College MARY McCREA J unzor Depaxrtment Ivzduma State Teachers College Wmema College ami Oakland Czty College 8 " A ' . Q A p6:' l Home Economics and Englzbh Junior Depafrtment l ' 7 9 GRATIA Vll ITURIA CRXIIA Vll IURIK I0 PAUL WALLACE Presldent 32 3 34 VICE-PF6S1dEHt 33 Presldent 34 Jumor Sen1or Play Interlude 34 Jumor R6CEptl0D Play 34 Publlc Speakmg 35 Indeed many ldeals has GENEVIEVE WOOD Vlce Pres1dent Glee Club 32 Jumor Semor Play 34 Sunshme Soclety 35 Sunshme Play 35 Fond of mnocent amusement but wlth a naughty twlnkle 1n her eye MARGARET McGUIRE Secretary Treasurer Glee Club 32 Latm Contest 35 Secretary Treasurer 33 34 Secretary Treasurer HlSt0Ty Club 35 Treasurer Sunshme Soclety 35 Jumor Sen1or Play 34 Only the truly wlse can have a great deal to say and keep s1lent MARION CAIN Vlctorla Staff fJoke Edltorj I never felt the klss of love nor MB1d6nS hand ln mme CHARLES DAVIS Jumor Sen1or Play 34 Hlstory Club 35 A mlnd not to be changed by tlme nor place' B.B. " , '3 , ' , '35 'Z ' ' ' ' y . . , ' ' I . . , ll ' Y! 7 ' - ' 2 Vice-President History Club '35 . . , . , , if ' YY ,. ' I - ! 7 3 7 . . , . - . , ll ' ' If ll ' ' 1 ' ' 77 Y O . . , ' U Y ll ' ' 7 I RA'lIA VII TORIA WILLIAM KELL VICIOTIG Staff B 33 34 5 Junlor Receptlon Play 34 Hlstory Club 35 Pubhc Speakmg 35 A man w1th legs a llttle longer than the ordinary plan HULDA SOLLMAN Sunshme Soclety 35 The sunshme of her laugh ter sheds happlness 1n every way' MURIEL CHAMBERLIN Vxctorla Staif Presldent 32 Presldent Sunshme Soclety 35 Jumor Receptlon Play 34 .Tumor Semor Play Interlude 34 I dont want all the Joys to hold I only Want a share BEN WILLIAMS Secretary Treasurer 32 Latln Contest 32 Geometry Contest 33 V1ce Presldent 34 HISUOIY Club 35 Pubhc Speakmg 35 A small chap wh dellghts ln sleepxng 1n class DONALD BROSHEARS BB 34 Love grows more entrancmg every year N .B. ' , ' , '3 . . , ' 1 . . , H . . ' ,Y . . , u ' - , . . 1 ' r . . ,. , Sunshine Play '35 . . , . - . , U 1 ' H , . - Q ' ' , '33 7 . . , . A , . . , Il 0 ' . . . ,, 7 fl ' 71 I R-KIIA WILTORIA DOYLE RISINGER V1CtOTl3 Staff Vlce Presldent 32 Presxdent 33 Publxc Speakmg .55 Naught a word spoke more than needed LA VON LEWIS Vlctorla Staff Jun1or Semor Play Interlude 34 Sunsh1ne SOC1ety 35 Sunsh1ne Play 35 Juruor Receptlon Play 34 Gather ye rose buds whxle ye may Old tlme IS st111 a flying CATHERINE McCLOSKEY Jun1or Receptlon Play 34 wlth me along Ilf9S merry way? MARGARETMONROE YAGER Vlctorla Staff Glee Club 32 35 Orchestra 32 33 34 35 Junior Semor Play 34 Jun1or Receptlon Program 34 Sunsh1ne SOC1ety 35 Sunsh1ne Play 35 Publlc Speaklng 35 Well can she play and well compose She IS a glrl of fame FRANK LA ROSE Admlratlon for all who look upon hlm -- -we ' ' 1- ' 1 . . N u he 11 . . , . . , .. ' 1 . . , U ' . . . . ,, , - . ' ' 1 "Oh! 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M : F : K NNW M l M O X W M u .5 V . I . E A Q M C V : 4 K W K A M H M G M 5 M M W M 1 H ' M M UQ M . H M i A mnscogo 55635 wikggm M M NNE pogwgg V 3 A M M M K M A M H2 M .M .O 1 A ,I .H :V M : M M i Q M A Kham WE : u A ka W M M I Q nm M . M A M M M H M M W 0 M M D M H M M M Donald Broshears Mar1on Ca1n Mu11el Chambellm Chfules Dans B1lly Kell Frank LaPose LaW on Levs 15 Latherme McCloskey Margal et MCGUIFQ Doyle P1s1nger Hulda Sollrnan Paul Wallace Ben Wl111amS Genevleve Wood M argaretmonr oe Proudest Person N01S16St Pel son Teachel s Pet Best all around sport llandsomest Boy Most Stately Person N6I'V19St Person Brlghtest Person T1redest Person Happ1est Person Blggest Bluffer Grouchlest Person CRAIIA Xl! IURIA CAN YOU IMAGINE In Overalls Not the Center of Attlactlon Yager WHOSWHO INF B H Most M1sch1evous Person Best BIUSICIHH Best Vocahst Most Concerted Person Most Talkat1ve Person Tlmldest Person Quletest Person B1ggest Tease Blggest Pest I4 A Fm Dancer As an O1ato1 Behavmg Talkat1ve A Gold dlgger Angry Wlthout Bob Teel In a Hurry A Chorus Cul A Sobel Young M Ln lN0t Argulng Qulet Losmg her Dlgnlty Donald Broshears Marxon Ca1n Challes Dav1s Bllly Kell Frank LaRose LaVon Lewxs Catherlne McCloskey Margaret McGu1re Doyle Rlsmger Hulda Sollman Paul Wallace Ben W1ll1ams Genevleve Wood Margaretmonroe Yager James Wallace Walter D1lbeck Martha Beloat M3TC13 Sm1th Martha Edwards Albert Hemmer Ralph Carter N Q h r w A xy If w A m ' . . , S. Biggest Flirt .........,,............e,......l.ee...,,.,..e,..,.,,...,...... .....,....,... M uriel Chamberlin IRAIIA VH IURIA Senwr Calendar SEPTEMBER School opens with only fourteen members in the Senior class Two new members of the faculty Mr J M Sellers and Miss Pose M Elpers Everyone ready to start the last year of High School Seniors have a class meeting to elect oflicers Mr Sellers and Mr Beck nell are elected as sponsors for our class We selected and ordered our class rings OCTOBER The Sunshine Society was organized today Miss Alma Alcorn was appointed sponsor NOVEMBER Received our rings today and are we proud of them'7l an evening' The churches in town are giving a Thanksgiving program The Sun shine girls will usher DECEMBER Mr Sellers organized the Parent Teachers Association today The First Day of School to be given by Sunshine Society Everyone wishing for a large stocking Everyone back to spend the last day of the old year at school JANUARY New Year s Day All back except Ben Wonder why? 9 10 11 Extrall Announcements made for exams 15-The Parent Teachers Association IS meeting today 24 Today is the last day for Mr Sellers Mr Hemmer resumes his place 31 Everyone had a good time at the class party last night FEBRUARY 4 Parent Teachers meet today Rev Amos Boren is speaker 6-Senior Class met chose flower and motto 11 Sen1ors golng to Evansville to have pictures taken I5 g Q A ' ' A ' Vj' ' A a 14- . . . I Y 17- ' ' , 24- ' - ' - , , l , - 26- ' ' . 24- . . . 0 . 9- ' ' - . . 14-The Juniors are giving a play tonight called "Adam's Evening." What 27- . . . . . i - 11- . ' ' - ' ' ' . 19-K, . ,,, . . . g 24- . . . ' 31- . 1- ' . . . 9q QR,g'l'lA ylqj'l'0HlA pg MARCH 12 We p1cked After you I m next as our class play 27 Publxc Speakmg Class IS g1v1n0f a debate today APRIL 1 Aprll Fool 18-We the Semors present our class play After you Im next to- nlght We are expectmg a huge crowd 24 Green Cheese the Hlgh School operetta w1ll be presented by the Hlgh School Glee Club 28-Tomght IS Baccalaureate 29 The J unxor Sen1or Receptlon IS to be glven MAY 2-Tonlght IS commencement It seems lmpossxble that we w1ll meet as a class for the last t1me A dollars worth of carbollc ac1d please requested the de- pressed look1ng Mr Weaver 'Th1s IS a hardware store Mr Weaver declared Marlon Cam re- gretfully so we dont handle lt you ln our speclal l1ne of ropes razors or revolvers'7 Margaret McGu1re Cto street car motormanl W11l I get a shock 1f I step on the track? Motorman No M1ss not unless you put your other foot on the trol ley wlre Margaretmonroe Yager I want a mce novel Clerk Somethlng l1ght'7 By Hulda Sollman Margaretmonroe It doesnt make any dlfference I have my car w1th me M1ss McCrea fentermg assem blyb Order please' Doyle R1s1nger fjust awaken mgj Egg sandwlch and a cup of coffee Mr LEWIS I heard a nolse last nlght when you came ln LaVon What was 1t'7 The mght fallmg? Mr Lewxs No It was the ay breaklng Bllly Kell We re 1n a plckle Catherlne McCloskey A regu lar Jam B1l1y Heaven preserve us ' as , 1 n i v a - .. O . I if f I7 1 1 1 1 . . H ,, . . ... , N . . . 1 I 45 1 ' , L6 1 . - n ' y r 9 . . ,, . . . K ' ' , , . . . I1 ' ' ' I , KK Y, il Y ' I , ' Y ' n n Q But IS there anythmg I can do for , U , ' ' u ,I n , . ' . as - ' 4 ' rr ' H I I ' as l n : ' , ' - 11 . ' H I ' as ' - 1 r . 3 , d - ' n . ' n . ' u U 7 ' ' 77 ' I - N ' . u . . , ' ar . ,, ' . : u ' ' '77 - Z H .H f RAIIA VICTORIA PRUPHILLY When the class of nlneteen hundred and thlrty five rece1ved the1r dlplomas each went out 1nto the world to become master of h1s professlon The day came the twenty fnfth of Aprxl 1945 ten years after the class mates had bade each other farewell at Commencement exerclscs back ln 1935 I had communlcated Wltll every member of my old class and had asked each and all to come to our old home town for a reun1on Oul meetmg place was the mstltutlon where we had recelved our h1gh school educatlon name ly Old Fort Branch Hlgh School I had Just seated myself ln the rest room of Fort Branch Hlgh to revlve old memorles when I heard a knock on the door It belng early I dldn t expect any classmate I opened the door there stood Murlel Cham bexhn I 1nv1ted her 1nto the SDZCIOUS rest room Wh1Ch was luxuuously fur nlshed and after talkmg a short tlme I leal ned she had been away from Fort Branch qu1te avu h1le also l1ke myself She sa1d she had gone South accepted partnersh1p w1th a young man who was an expelt 1nter1or deco Whlle talklng of school days I reached over and tuned 1n on statlon WGIN I heard thls sentence M1 Donald BlOSl193,l'b an expelt mechanlcal engmeer w1ll not speak on New Inventlon unt1l next week at the same t1me The next one to arr1ve was Frank La Rose He had become the man ager of a large prmtmg firm m St Louls Whlle Frank and Murlel were talkmg I walked over to the wmdow and I saw two men and two young lad1es commg down the street I rushed to the outsxde door opened It and m walked B1lly Kell and Doyle Rlslnger and thelr WIVGS B1lly sa1d he was a basketball coach at Indlana UHlN8TS1ty and Doyle was a pol1t1ca1 leader and was progressmg very rap1dly Slowly the rest room door opened and 1n walked Donald w1th a charm 1ng young lady who was h1s W1f9 He told us he had a very prom1s1ng fu ture 1n radroland as well as 1n Mechan1cs The mmutes were stored Wlth laughter when an orchestra broke forth 1nto a snappy Jazz We all ran to the gymnas1um from whence the mus1c was soundmg and to our surprxse there was Margaretmonroe Yager at the plano and Genevleve Wood was render1ng the vocal number along w1th a large fifty plece orchestra After awh1le we all heard a blg buzzmg noxse all havmg run outslde we dxscovered Ben had m1grated from New York mtendlng to return to Indxanapohs to h1s buslness of the Delsel Motor Company We learned Charles Davls was hxs partner and both were planmng on entermg a five hundred mile race at Indxanapolls I7 c6q Q " ' I ' m - ' 7, - - .1 V - H . . . . . y h - ' v u 7 - I . Y v y . . . . , rator for the movie stars of Hollywood and they were both making good. V ' -J , , , , ' . . , , . , . . ,, . 7 7 7 I RATIA VII TORIA Soon a messenger came runnmg to me w1tl1 a telegram from Margaret MCGUIFG and Catherme McCloskey saymg they had had trouble 1n Mt Car mel on the1r way over from Enfield and would be unable to be present at the party I 1mmed1ately told Ben to go after them It only took twenty mlnutes w1th the speed of h1s car Margaret sald she was marrled and was well satxsfled and had not taken the place 1n l1fe w1th a crooner as every one thought Catheune also had marr1ed and was the same qulet old g1rl we all knew Whlle we had been wa1t1ng for Ben to return w1th Margaret and Catherlne Charles Dav1s had appeared and we were begmnmg to wonder lf Hulda and LaVon were comlng We were danclng and s1ng1ng Joyfully when a sllent hush fell over our crowd as LaVon and Hulda tr1pped 1n They were exclus1vely dressed 1n the latest Par1s style gl1tter1ng w1th Jewelry La Von sald she had 1ntent1ons of rema1n1ng an old maxd and was runmng a boardmg house 1n the h1lls of Cal1forn1a Hulda Sollman had offered her hand 1n marr1age and her husband was runnlng a large n1ght club 1n Chlcago There was st1ll one to be DTGSGHU-MHHOD Cam We had g1ven up hope and were eatlng sandw1ches when 1n walked Mar1on carrylng a large plate of sllced on1ons He had plenty to supply all our sandw1ches wh1ch we certalnly couldn t refuse MHFIOH ln h1s usual laughmg bolsterous manner told us he was 1n bus1ness w1th h1s father ln the electrlcal field and was do1ng very well Now all havmg arr1ved I told them that I had been worklng 1n Chlcago for the Armour and Swlft Company as a government meat 1nspector and At last the dawn found each of us saylng we should meet aga1n three years later on the same date so all departed much happler than ever before lookmg forward to the next meet1ng of the class of mneteen hundred and thlrty five MISS Alcorn Ralph what are you do1ng Wlth your feet on the desk? Ralph Carter I lost my eraser so I m uslng my heel M1ss Elpers John what 1S work? John Challle Everythlng IS work M1ss E Do you mean to tell me that th1s table IS work? John Sure woodwork By PAUL WALLACE Mlss Alcorn Charles g1ve me the present pass1ve subjunctlve tense of a verb Charles Blackard Oh 1f I were loved Hulda Sollman What are you do1ng now? Murlel Chamberlln Im black sm1th 1n the cafetena Hulda Blacksm1th'7 Murxel Yes Im always shoe- 1ng H163 ! 7 . , . . . . . was now on a vacation and was visiting my brother here in Fort Branch. ' , 66 Y' . ll ' . . I , 0 4 , 1 q 79 If , as . as -' 7 ' . I! 77 . ' , It ' , KK . , . ll ' 71 ' , u ' ' ' ' . 44 1 - 17 ' ' ' l H ' , u , u ' n ' ' I" ' , u x ' 7 , sa n ' ' n . , . . I8 ceq GHATIA VICTORIA pq Miss Plass: "Why don't you ever wash your hands before you come to school ?" Eugene Polk: "No use, I never hold them up anyway " Mr Epperson How long does It take you to dress in the morn ing? Walter J Dilbeck About half an hour Mr Epperson fbraggingl O ly takes me ten minutes Walter James I wash Mr Becknell was fumbling at the keyhole of his front door in the wee hours of the morning Albert Cleveland seeing his difliculty came to the rescue Can I help you find the keyhole sir? he asked Thash all right old man you hold the house still and I can man age Sald Mr Becknell Mr Weaver And Donald what kind of a radio have you? Donald Broshears A railroad type-it whistles for every sta ion Mr. Hemmer fin physics classl : "When two bodies come together is heat generated?" Charles Davis: "Not alwaysg the other night I got knocked cold " Frank La Rose I spent nme hours over my geometry last night Mr Smith Really' Frank Yes It was under my pillow Genevieve Wood fadjusting her sashj Where s my bow? John Davis Im coming Mr Lockwood What IS the Liberty Bell? Ben Williams The bell that rings at the end of the ninth pe riod Paul Wallace Do you like mu sic? Maxgaretmonroe Yager Sure Paul Listen to the band around my hat ,Iunwr Class Play, 6Adam s Evenmg CHARACTERS Adam Adams .Robert Teel Anna Mrs Bean Gertie Dr Fragoni Rosita Elmer Green Mr Cokes Mrs Cokes Alice Call1s Betty Jane Humphrey Neva J Cleveland Olen Pumphrey Virginia HOUCh1DS Ethan Gwaltney James Wallace Eunice Singleton Time The present Scene Living room 1n the Adams home Type Play Comedy I9 ' . , H . ' ' . . U ' ' YY ' ' H ' , u . U ' ' ' , as n , , lf ' . : " n- , - f , ,, .99 , sa H , . , ax 7' rr . . ' ' ' , u 7 ' 97 A . l , sz ' . . H ' H , . .xr . , , . H . cc ' - - 9 7 . - ' - ' n Y! ' l , . . . H - " ' - 1 u ' - . ,, ' 97 u . . , ac nr I If ' l . . . 1 . H . t' 77 9, ' 5 9 ' 99 . ............,,.............. - ............,.........................., -... 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I KIIXNI1 I0 Senwr Class Play, 4 ter lou I in Next" CHARACTERS Paul Delmon a. young noy ehst Vvlllldlil hell Nlarle Delmon h1s yy 1fe NI L1g3.16t NICCuue George 'L study IH bl uk P 1ul W LH Lu Henry Jones 9 9Doy1e I lslnger 'NI uy Jones :Just married !La.Von Lexus Ph11 Xoung a cub reporter Ben W1111 uns Peaches 1 iemale leporter 14111191 Chambellm Pat 'L crook Don 11d Lxosht us Pansy Delbor a chol us gxrl Ceneweye VX ood Hrs C L Later mother oi Mane Mfmrgaletmomoe H1 er Camllle I frul s mece Msuth 1 Belo LC Kate O Pellly a pohcevy oman Hulda Sollnmn Tlme The present Scene L1V11'1g' room of Paul Delmon s country home near New York C1ty Type Play Comedy 20 pa-1- . fs cf " - 2" nu --.-----l-EW-pfst ' C' . . cc ' f 9 t T ' l , 4 I , A Y . Ayy. 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Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Branch Decker FTHHCISCO Cynth1ana Stewartsvllle Poseyv1lle Owensvllle Haubstadt Hazelton Oakland Cxty Newburg Mt Olympus Lynnvllle Oakland Clty New Harmony Mackey Elberfeld Newburg Patoka Owensvllle Prlnceton Here Here There Here There There There Here There Here Here There Tourney Here Here Here Here There Tourney Tourney , . , , 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 2 ' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1934-35 , ,,,,,...,..........: 20 ...r........................ 19 U., ............... 40 ' .............. .......... 2 0 A Fort Branch .................... 34 Griflin ..........,,..,.......,....... 26 There A ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 29 . ..,, - ,.,,.,.....,.., 31 GRATIA VICTORIA nf' -A rl- 3' N' EE: .n..x x 2, f fi'- LTV KT '5 EWAA TNEI' TEEL cafwvgg ffgg, L D06 148 770 5144! WALLAJE Jafvfif DIABECK 554141 Jill yfpf Ethan Doc' Gwaltney Our underneath the basket man He rarely mlssed J un1or Robert Bob Teel Our runnlng guard who was a good goal shot and defensive man Jun1or Marcus 'Tld Conner A chunky httle forward and the fastest man on the squad Junlor Wllllam Billy Kell Our center a tall man and a good Jumper who spec1al1zed on txp 1ns Senlor Paul "Esau" Wallace A sub who was always ready to do his part. We are sorry to see Paul go. Semor. James "Jim" Jones Our flashy l1ttle forward, our long shot speclahst. He IS only a sopho more. 22 N ' N g ' ina... A -f. ' - -, h 4-7.':j E3- - , :Agia-A -.97 .. 'Q 4 '-'N dl - L :frog ,, A L4 . ff- V ', s "'," '1 if ' "ft U :L - 'l -md A -' fb ri! aa- - - r - an D "T 1 "Ir 1' inf -r 'N ' - - ,V 'T a- '- CV limi -'l" "lk1l -V 1 fs Nj' if A --im' .. 'SQ .V 'J ..-- .W I I I -.. -rv--fx, - - A fl n W 11 4 ,, n ,, . . , .1 .1 ,v ,, cs 7 as n 6 ' as ' ' sc ' 79 , ' . I RATIA VICTORIA BASKETBALL 1934 3:1 Our team th1S year was fa1r wxth several close games We had our good and bad nlghts w1nn1ng eleven and loslng seven 1n our scheduled games Our best game was played agalnst New Harmony Posey County Champs and we beat them to the tune of thlrty five to twenty seven Our worst game played was agalnst Patoka who beat us thlrty three to fifteen lead 1ng seventeen to nothlng at the half Our chances for next year are exceed 1ngly good as we lose only two men Kell a regular and Wallace a reserve through graduatron We also had a successful season 1n a flnanclal way sellmg over S150 worth of season tlckets In tournament play our team was falr w1th 1nexper1enced men After gettlng beaten 1n the county tourney by Oakland Cxty we came back 1n the sectlonal and defeated Owensvllle who was consldered as one of the few teams havlng a chance to w1n We were bumped off ln our second game by Prlnceton sectxonal champs who went on to the state In the sectlonal Prmceton won the Fxnals beatlng Franclsco by a larger score thlrteen pomts than they beat our team n1ne pomts Second Team WON 11 LOST6 SECOND SQUAD FIRST P1OW Wallace, Symonds Blackard Weeks Carter SECONDFGOIN Sndes Gwaltncq Chaslle, French Adams YELL LEADERS Dorothy Mounts Fern Jones Mlldred Emge 23 ' ' ?Q-------l- 1 , ---------D65 Y , - ' . . . , . ! 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I I 1 ' , " 4 I I I I R-KIIA VIVIORIN YLLL LEADERS -Xt the beginning oi the B isketball se lson 'ls is the custom the leadeis for the cheering t ins w eie selected John Chaille and Dorothy Mounts were selected to le id the tins in stiuing yells which would uige the bovs to Victory At the end of the semestei John being eligible to play with the team suuendei ed his position to Nhldled Emge and Fern Jones who re mained until the end of the season SLNSHIINE SOCIETY The Sunshine Society was organized at the beginning of the school ing ofhcers Muriel Chamberlin president Neva June Cleveland vice president Mildred Emge corresponding secretary Georgia Helen Reed recording secretary Margal et McGuire treasurer and Miss Alma Alcorn acting as sponsor The purpose of the society IS charity and helpfulness An entertain ment was given in the High School Auditorium by the girls on Decembei 18 to raise funds for the society PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Parent Teachers association whose purpose is to promote child welfare in home school chuich and community to raise the standards of home life and to bring into closer relationship the home and school was organized with the following officers Madge Poberts president Mrs Dean Hickrod secretary Mrs Herschel Douglas treasurer JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross was again organized this year under the direc t1on of Miss McCrea Ann Swinney was elected as president John Mc Cormick vice-president Juanita Cain as secretary Charles French as treasurer The purpose of the organization is to create an interest in geography by corresponding with foreign countries to make good c1t1zens and to remember the sick and needy 24 N Q 4 ' ' - ' ' A. 1 'Y . 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S Y 6 GRATIA VICTORIA 5a JUNIOR CHORUS Back I ow left to right Katherme Stewart Jean Challle Genevieve -Xdams Challes Yeast Arthur White Frederick Stone Billy Reed Marie Hacker Barbara Jean Stone Front Row Juanita Cam Martha Belle Yeast Eliza Rose Humphrey Way ne Mounts Jimmie P16109 John McCo1 mick Frank Davis Irma Lintz Dorothy Nelson Ida Wallace SENIOR GLEE CLUB Front Row left to right Mary Ruth Emge Veneta Sollman Marcia ney Doyne Franklin Miss Plass Jimmie Wallace Robert Teel Antony Wittman Georgia Helen Reed Mary Jo Wllhxte Stella Faye Wright Alice Marle Callls Viola Sollman Mlddle Row Ruth Roberts Elizabeth McCarty Mable Hale Mary Louise Hickrod Charles Blackard Ethan Gwaltney Albert Hemmer Eunice McElroy Max tha Beloat ltuth Meyer Neva June Cleveland Nina White Dorothy Mounts Eunice Singleton Mildred Emge Pauline Mclllree Top Row Margaret Dilbeck Vera Polk Malgaretmonroe Yager Robert Weeks Floyd Adams John Chaille Fern Jones Katherme Symonds Mary Katherine Neipert Louise Hemmer 25 , . . . . 5' 1 " 1 1 4' 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 ' I L . . 1 1 . 1 V I V 7 D 7 . 7 7 7 7 ' 1 . "' 1 1 l Smith, Virginia Buck, Mildred Sides, Charles Attebury, Lawrence Gwalt- 7 A 7 . 7 . l 7 7 7 7 7 7 , . . " 1 l 1 1 7 7 7 1 7 . , , . 7 7 I 7 7 7 7 7 ' L . 1 1 ' 1 7 7 7 7 7 , . GRA FIA Vll 'I ORIA ORCHESTRA Front Row left to rlght Kathryn Johnson Irma Lmtz El1zabeth Mc Carty Mlldled S1des LOUISE Hemmer llrI3.1C13 Smlth Martha Beloat Dor othy Mounts Margaretmonroe Yager Back Row Eugene Polk Albert Hemmer Paul Anderson Rlchard Lmtz Johnson Emery Douglas Gordon V1ckery Jack Stewart Aaron V1c kery Marcus Conner J1mm1e Plerce James SldGS John Challle Genevleve Hemmer Mary J o W1lh1te Stella Faye Wrlght Mlss Plass at the p1ano HISTORY CLUB Front Pow left to rlght Genev1eve Wood Ehzabeth Davls Margaret McGu1re Hlldred Beck Betty Jane Humphrey LOUISS Hemmer Mlldred Emge Mary Lou1se Hlckrod Estelle McReynolds Back Row Kenneth Blum Walter James Dllbeck Ben W1ll13mS B1lly Kell Loren Yager Charles Dav1s Charles Blackard Mr Epperson 26 ' 7 ' X pa-l--L. . -l-----Vs 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 ' , . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 - . V 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 - 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 ' - IRXFIA VH IURIX WM 1' KUESTER 8 b0N GIBBY S SMOKE SHOI The Home of Good Sand Gravel and Loal Haulmg Q lean Recreation Ihone 83FZ F1 BRANCH Inn 'Meet Me dt qlbbys We the semor class of the Fort Branch H1gh School 1n the year of our Lord one thousand mne hundx ed and thlrtj, flxe be1ng adjudged of sound mmds do bequeath the followmg property chattels real and chattels stolen To Mr To Mr To Mr sta1rs SIX at To Mr c1s1ons To Mr Hemmer a class that knows Chemlstry Smlth blocks to play w1th ln Geometry class Lockwood under classmen who vull not attempt to descend a t1me Epperson a semor class that w1l1 not talk hun out of h1s de- Becknell a group of semors that have read and learned the Book of Et1quette To Mr Weaver a detectlve badge and a pos1t1on on the Ft Branch pohce force To M1ss To MISS To MISS To M1ss Plass an orchestra that can play the Star Spangled Banner Alcorn a Senlol Class to d1sturb the assembhes Elpers a grocer who dehvers orders on tlme McCrea-a semor that wxll not thmk so h1ghly of hlmself Measured by what xt does for you noth mg costs as httle as a telephone POLK GENUNG POLK C0 FORT BRANCH IND PRINCETON TELEPHONE CO 27 1 7 "W pq , 1. 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IRATIX Wll IURIA Compliments DQLOING Q, STORE Established 1895 FOWLERb BAKERY Dependable 'Nlerchandlse QU KLII1 Phone 31 FORT BRANCH IND Donald Broshears will my ability to get in class I to Carl Adams Marion Cain will my ability to throw chalk to Wilfred Kruse Muriel Chamberlin will five pounds of fat to Eunice Singleton Charles Davis will my position as teachers pet to Eugene Polk beck Frank LaPose will mx refined manners to Dorothy Mounts LaVon Lewis will my position in the office to Vera Polk Catherine McCloskey will my lovable disposition to Neva June Cleveland I Margaret McGuire will my ability to be elected Secretary Treasurer of my class and clubs to Mildred Emge I Doyle Rislnger will my ab111ty of getting to school Just in time to Ethan Gwaltney Hulda Sollman will my happy go lucky laughter to Howard Good son Paul Wallace will my smiles giggles and chuckles to Martha Ed wards Ben Williams will my streamline strut to Ralph Carter Genevieve Wood will two feet of my height to Mildred Sides Margaretmonroe Yager will my first position of violin sectlon of the orchestra to Martha Beloat WOOD S LUNCH FT BRANCH DRY CLEANERS SHOPPE It s Like NEW When We re Through For Everyfhmg Phone 42 FT BRANCH INID 28 cc Q A ' 1. ' 1' ' A 5 of . I, . . . . L L . . . v .. v v . i L . . V. . . 1 L I v. V. Y . . , n I, William Kell will my ability to sleep in class to Walter James Dil- I, 'L 'l M' . I, . . . . . ' I, . . . . . I, ' - - - I1 l 1 9 l 1 1 " L . . . . . I, . . . . . . L . . . . . g . ! n KRXIIA Nl! 10 IX .IOP GILPA'lRICK HMIML UJNIRKCIHR We liulld or Rebuild with BRILR HOOD BLUCIX Ill! IIIL See me for est1m ite To the Class of 1935 e Vllsh Xou Health Happmess .md Prospcrlty LOUIS ROTHERT The busy Qtore opposlte tha tvxo bmk STORMONT S DRUG STORE DEW DROp DNN School Supplles Soda fountain U S 41 Candles on Ice COTTAGE 5011A bH0PPL CHP-S B RUNCIE We Seng Cut Rate DTUgg1St GOOD EXTS Complete Llne of DrugQ Tollet Articles U S H h 41 and btatlonery lg may Establwhed 1894 29 l 'l H' J4.-l-i- 1 ,b . . li .l -l---- -V+-D45 1 . . 1 . V. u.. IJ A 1 f L I t Z F. W V, ' ' -- . , , ,. 1 ' . ' 1 v . ,Q 1 7 1 1 , X. 1.. 1 . . . . - 1 , , , . ' 1 1 H411-X Nl! IURIX 9011 th? Iicst 1 Radio'-1 Vhlbhcrb Iurmturs Stoves, I untb and Unis 0 I BREINTON FORT BRANCH Vw Dentist FI OKI I- Rs Flrot N ttlonul B mk Bldg, For Kll Occasions Ihone 131 Qompnmfnfq of CARTI4 R 5 SLRX ILE GARAGE Qulok Courteous Scrucm Lhono balm! kr BKANQH INTD ALLLIN A WILKINSON RILHIES bERVICE STATION Housc of Homes Complete Quaker State Lubncitlon J H IAII3 Agt FORT BRANCH IND Phone G4 30 cm A ' ' A ' 1' I A, NVQ .I , 1: .Il L- P- WOOLSTUN DAUBLES GREEN HOUSE w 3 N 1 ' Y I I IR-IHA WIC IORIN PRIWI ETON XND ROXY THEA'I LRS PlCh of PICIIIN e OSI AR I INT! Dealer IH BLII DINQ 'Sl ULRI XLS We Nleet Your Nu-ds S XI If S SI' RX ICP WRIGHT 8. IOINES MOTOR FOR'I BRANCH INDIANA J L HICKROD SHOE REPURING We Sell and Rmpalr Harness Stul Highway Hrldges Steel Ianke-Steel Roof Trusses Steel Smoke Stackfi ARCHITECTURAL IROIN WORKS H IIN Fl Kr SONS PTODYIBIOTS FORT BRANCH INDIAN-X SLINGFR S RES'l AURANT We Carry the Beet of Fverythmg m Candy Ice Cream Soft Drinks Tobacco and Cigarettes Home cooked Meals and Sandwlches of All Kmdq Oysters ln Season 3I DR J A BRUMFIELD Dentist Office at reeldence acrow from I-hgh School buxldmg SPQCIHIIZIIIQ, m All Ixmde mf Plate Work Office Houre M to 5 P Exenmg 6 to 8 by -Xppolntment Phone 66 At Haubetadt Wed M to5 r1 I N to5P 1 V. v .V- pqe-ql , . . . , lui..- 1 x ' r 1 1 7 I , AL 4 .L ' I A I ww 1 L . K . y . ,vu 1 . . 'J 1 . x 4 A . A, u ri ' 'i ,vs f ,,,, , L ,, r.g,., 1- 1x y 1 ' ' L.: 11. I 4 1 w 1 . V Y Y C0 - J A 1 A, u I 1 I ' v I w A x FORT BRANCH, INDIANA L' I1 ' - 1 ' 1 rw. I . 1 K x I I ,., 1 1 vv v . . JI I I , .Iv , Iv II- . 0 . R1 Y 'Y Y . J K . J I O ' . . . r . Y. I 1 - Y ' 1 wk Q SA. . .M. Y A Y . VA . - - .8A. . IKM. F .1I..I. .M. IR-KIIA NIVIOHIS Safe and Deslrable Place to Bank For years th1s bank has proved xts strength by Contmuous Servlee To Its DBPOSLIOTS Under ALL Condltlons There IS more m thls slngle fact to g1V6 you confidence as a deposltor than 1n any words that can be wr1tten Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION THE Farmers and Merchants Natlonal Bank FORT BRANLH INDIANA 32 ' 7' 7" pQ ,AA A A. I I I I l Ol , 0 , , 9 Ask for IIEMGIHE S IFAHIRWME W FARM BRAND MEAT PRUDLCTS IIEMGIIE Sz SONS 1 GHA'l'lA ylflffjl A ' F' 9 I X 1 Y I ' 1 A 1 O I RATIA VII 'IORIA WRST. IIATXIQIINAPABANK The Bank 0 Personal .Serv BIILD LP YOUR BANK ACLOUNT An mcreas ng bank account contrlbutes I Temporary Federal Deposlt Insurance Fund DEPOSITS INSURED 355 OOO 531 ETS 2312322 S5 OOO Chas B Runce Presldent W S Hoffman Cashler S R Lockwood VICE Pres1dent James W DeL ng AQSlSt3Jlt Cashler ELECTRICITY YOUR TIRELESS SERVAN T Works for the lowest wages of any servant ln the world SOUTHERN INDIANA GAS 81 ELLCTRIC COMPANY FORT BRANCH INDIANA 34 PQ Q A ' Q ' A - 1 V 1 j N v v 4 , - ac , ' ' ' 99 j lce ' y 1 I N ' w f ' - I - A A I . i . to your success and accomplishment. ,Uember of he i 7 I 7 , . ' , - . o , . 0 0 0 C? 97 Y 1 1 IRAIIA VII IORIA PKI ERT Ab FO RFI URS Os erhauhng Our Speclalty AI L WORK GUARANTEED' I Zplmn lfll We Never Close MENY 81 COMPANY N Tlres 1 ubes Auto Accessones Route 41 FORT BRANCH IND VICKERY 8. KNOWLES AOEN LY Real Estate and Insurance Try Our QCFVICIS Farm Loans-Security Bonds FORT BRANCH INDIANTA GEO W REED MOTOR Authonzed Ford Dealers Genuine ford Iarts and Accessorles FORT BRANCH INDIANA Phone 35 DEWIG BROS MEAT PACKERS Markete at BRANCH HAUBSTADT POQEYVILLF PRINCFTON FINANCE CO LOANQ S25 00 to S300 00 On Peroonal I roperty North Slde Square Phone 240 I 'I "I --9 , 4 . , L-T+Q ,-pe, wr w vf , . A ,1 4 1 I w 1 J ' ' 'V K. 1. V 57,1 ,Y 1 ,I L. . V ,, . , . v CO . . . Y V1 . , , . ' 1 I Y . . , , . ' 14 1 Q . I- -. . I ' . 3 . l 1 I 4 I 4


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