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

 - Class of 1950

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Q-fha .Coat clllfillll and Cfeatament . at the Clan at 1950 Know all men by these presents, that we, the members of the class of '50 of Fort Branch High School, Fort Branch, Indiana, being of lawful age, of sound mind and disposing of all our property, both real, personal and mixed, prior to our graduation and being conscious of the certainty of graduation and the uncertainty of our whereabouts in the happy days to come, do now make, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills heretofore by us made. .Stem Cnc It is our wish that all should have due respect for us and hold dear memory of us, and that all the expenses of our gradu- ation be paid as soon as possible after our departure from these hallowed halls. ,Stem rfwo We further wish and desire and we do now give and bequeath to our very dear and various friends the following: Charles Adams ........ Phyllis Beasley ......... Joe Beck ................. Marilyn Bell ....... Bonnie Blum .......... Roger Borders ....... Melvin Burger ....... Pat Carithers ........... Kenneth Carter ........ Juanita Dilbeck ....... Earl Dorsam .......... Joe D. Floyd ....... Joe French .......... Max Gentry ............... Donald Graper ......... Kenneth Holzmeyer ........ Rollan Jones ................. Vonda Jones .............. Lucile Kulms ......... Jerry Keifer ....... Nina Martin ........ Edward Meny ........ Mary Lu Miller ......... Bob Phillips ............... Norman Rexing ........ Lois Roberts ............. Rosina Robeson ........ Betty Rohl ................. Carolyn Titzer ......... Sue 'Irible ............... Jean Shepard ........... Verla Smith .................. Edgar Wilderman... Bud Wllhite ............... Jack Wilkerson ....... Shirley Woods ....... position as captain of the basketball team to a lucky junior. .........Her ability to go with one boy to Ruthie Riddle. ,.........His good attendance record to any one who needs it. ....,.....Her ability to get along with Mr. Weaver to Lee Rexing. Her right hand swing in volley-ball to Carol Dunkel. .........His ability to get along with the teachers to Kenneth Borders. .........His afternoons off from school to some lucky junior. .........Her ability to play the piano to Charles Kramer. .........His "Beta president" job to Paul Hasselbrinck. .........Her job as assistant editor of the annual to a junior. .........His ability to write prophecies to Carol Poole. ..........His position as yell leader to some lucky person. studious attitude to all freshmen. ..........His job as student manager to Bob Wallis. .........His small feet to Jack Reeves. .........His job as "sign painter" to Donald Gwaltney. His seat in the assembly to some junior. .........Her place as artist of the school paper to Bonnie Bell. ,.........Her love for Physical Ed. to Beulah Woolston. .........His curly hair to Bob Herendeen. Her unsophisticated ways to Donna McAnally. His quiet ways to Bill Fougnies. ,.........Her ability to go steady with one boy to Pat Beloat. .........His laugh to Gordon Small. ........-His height to Bob Garbers. .........Her government book to some unfortunate junior. .........Her ability to write essays about chewing gum and teachers to Sherrell Marginet. ..........Her Jersey cows to Jimmy Woolston. .........Her bashful ways to Priscilla Sturgeon. .........Her chemistry book to anyone that's silly enough to take it. .........Her job on the Twigs Twitter Staff to some junior. Her gracefulness to Shirley Fougnies. .........His one gallon gasoline jug to Carol Poole for his Ford. Twenty pounds to Paul Hasselbrinck. .........His seat in the back of the assembly to John Wilkerson, if he will fix it. .........Her position as Sunshine president to Doris Weber. Stem 'Thnee Should we acquire any other property which we do not own at this time fit is our wish and our earnest desire we shallj that all of our after-acquired property of every kind shall definitely not descend to or belong to our various friends as listed in Item Two of this, our last will and testament. .Stem qoun It is our wish and we do now appoint Mr. Bruce West to serve as the executor of THE CLASS OF 1950, Testator. Signed at the request of the Testator, in their presence and in the presence of each other, have hereunto affixed our seals this the 21st day of March, 1950. this, our last will and testament. -Qyamaixw Ui M i i If ,v 7f1'-M fp-13-f Witnesses w. I 4.. xi 1 wiiwvw V K, '- 'f 'Z , ,y 5 ' Q nn ' 'J-1 .' -.: . 1 . . ...J . f. . '-g....,,' , ,,,- .D .f-an Mrk., , .Q Y. 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U is - ' .I..1L 'Ll' 7 '-511-I . 225 . , . g 1-.' .X Q. .,. .,.. 1 Ji D11 I L- fQI?Wi' '41.1 I Q 1 1 .2 1 .2 - ,. 114147, .1 y ri 'r'- ,slsi fl ,ffl .Ay . , we -. .1-1 ..f,.,, ll 5 . w W E: qonewondl Out of the mist we call the past A stately Roman doth appear. In his hand a scroll there is By name, ' 'The Benedictus". Meaning vague, 'tis not strange For scroll and man were dust from whence you sprang And so to reader I do explain The meaning-That which has gone before. QA.G.H.j 1 Dedication VVe, the Senior Class of 1950, would like to dedicate this volume of the Benedictus to our parents who have given us their time, efforts, and encouragement that We might have this education to enjoy and use throughout the remainder of our lives. 2 J X ,IJ gf IW - -i- . W f X X we?-Z I l RS. MARY F, BROWN ,atin and Matliematics RS. GLAIPYS ELPERS English RS. RAVH El, KELLAM Music BEN WALKER BRUCE WEST WILFRED DOERNEI Principal Commerce Physical Ed. unel Comm Assistant Coach Coach aculltlg 1 B. G. VVEAVER MISS IDA BERGER FREEMAN N. llIl'K Social Studies Home Economics All'l'il'llllll1'l' Scicnco W . MRS. RUTH E. BLAKE MRS. EDITH E. PIERCE INEZ G. PUMPHRE' English 4 Sqycial Stuqlipg Pl'lySiCill EllLlCkltl0Il Mathematics W. G. BENT Trustee ,J gf -I Q.. , f -u Z Y A x - , ". Q 71: -' f I.. --.gf Q 1 .1551-5 " -' 41' ' Nt .1 Ti: , i JOYCE STONE Library VIRGIL MCINTIRE Secretary Custodian High School Building Bus Drivers Gym 5 wwfflw' September September September September October October October October November November November November November November November December December December December December January January J anuary January January January February February February Feb. 23 Sz March March March March April April April April April May May May May May Callencllan 6-Back to school! 24-Beta Club meeting. 20-Sunshine Meeting and Initiation of Freshies. Conservation Club meeting. 28--Senior Class Party in Old Gym. 5-T. B. X-rays taken. 12-Beta Club meeting-Installation of officers. 14-Oompah! Rayburn Dilbeck and Valada Lutz were elected Mr. and Miss Oompah. 18-Sunshine Meeting and Conservation Club Meeting 4-First Ball Game. Fort Branch 505 Hazleton 29. Juniors present new scoreboard to school. 57-District Sunshine Convention at Osgood. 8-Junior Class Play, "Meet the Middletonsf' 9-Beta Club Meeting. 14-County Beta Club Party in Old Gym. 15-Sunshine Meeting and Conservation Club Meeting. 30-Coronation of Basketball Queen. Winslow 795 Fort Branch 37. 12-Sophomore sweaters arrived today! Aren't they nice? 14-Beta Club Meeting. 21-Seniors toured International Harvester and Servel. 23-School dismissed for holidays. 29-Invitational Tourney at Evansville. Bosse beat us. 3-End of vacation. 11-Pictures taken for annual. Watch the birdie! Beta Club Meeting. 12-Exams. Worry! Worry! 23-Seniors selected name cards and invitations. 24--Sunshine Meeting and Conservation Club Meeting. 31-Lost a swell game to Princeton. We 57g they 63. 8-Beta Club Meeting. 11-Beta Club Bake Sale at Ideal Market. 14-Sunshine and Conservation Club Meetings. All School Party. Thanks, Sunshiners! 26-Sectional. Fort Branch beaten by Haubstadt 41 to 38. 6--Mother and Daughter Banquet. Remember your diet! 8-Beta Club Meeting. 14-Sunshine Meeting, election of officers. Conservation Club Meeting. 25-State Sunshine Convention at Crawfordsville. 12-Beta Club Meeting. 14--Senior Class Play, "Springtime for Patsy." Alan Hickrod presented curtain and cyclorama in behalf of Classes of I '47, '48, '49 and '50. 18-Sunshine Meeting, installation of officers. Conservation Club Meeting. 26-Fashion Show presented by Home Economics Department. 28-Lilac Festival. 5-Last day for Seniors. 6-Junior-Senior Prom. 7-Baccalaureate. 8-Commencement. Goodbye to school days. 12-School is out for everyone Cexcept those who have time to make upl. 6 f fffff JA' J X if ii XX X M 1 X X V9 , kk X gf, M :sv 'A F xvx r I I XY L nl Jak: 'll' ' I 031:-1 ring .Stott First row, left to right: Joe French, Melvin Burger, Verla Smith, Rosina Robeson, Lois Roberts, Kenneth Carter, Juanita Dilbeck, Betty Kohl, Shirley Woods, Carolyn Titzer, Jean Shepard. Second row: Mrs. Brown, Ma1'y Lu Miller, Phyllis Beasley. Marilyn Bell, Bob Phillips, Rogcsg, Borders, Joe Beck, Vonda Jones, Nina Martin, Lucile Kuhns, Bonnie Blum, Mr. est. Third row: Bud Wilhite, Norman Rexing, Max Gentry, Edgar Wildernian, Earl Dorsam, Jack Wilkerson, Charles Adams, Edward Meny, Joe Floyd, Kenneth Holzmeyer, Don Graper, Terry Trible. Sponsors: Mary C. Brown and Bruce West. 8 JOE FRENCH, Vice President "I love work? It fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours." Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Class President '47, Class Vice President '49, Class Vice President '50, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff '50, Student Council '50, Senior Class P ay. BONNIE BLUM, Secretary " Small, but mighty." Flower girl '49, Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Girls' Ensemble '48, Glee Club '47, '48, Sunshine Treas. '50, Sunshine Corresponding Secretary '48, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Beta Club Secretary '50, Class Vice President '47, Basketball Queen Attendant '47, Basketball Queen '50, Junior Class Play, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Annual Staff '50, Student Council '49, Senior Class Play, Class President '48, Class Secretary '50, CHARLES ADAMS, President "Strong, manly, an ideal athlete." Basketball '47, '48, '49, '50, Basketball Captain '50, Student Council '50, Class President '50, Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Conserva- tion Club Secretary '49, Class Treasurer '47 , Baseball '47, '48, '49, Annual Staii' '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Senior Class Play. ROGER BORDERS, Treasurer "He stands at the brink of a great career. Won't somebody please push him off." Class Reporter '47, Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Vice President Conservation Club '47, Treasurer of Conservation Club '48 , Vice President Class '48, Baseball '47, '48, Junior Class Play '49, Chorus '49, '50, Class Treasurer '50, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. LOIS ROBERTS, Reporter "Indeed she has her opinion in all things." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Beta Club '48, '49, Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Glee Club '47, '48, '49, Girls' Ensemble '48, District Solo and Ensemble .Contest '48, Class Reporter '50, Twyigs Twitter Staff '50, Annual Staff '50, High School Sextet '48, Junior Class Play, Band '49, Senior Class Play. 9 ix 5' .L .,-,' ,311 i' 9,2 an . PHYLLIS BEASLEY "A student true and a good pal, too." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Chorus '47, '50, Annual Staff '50, Junior Class Play '49, Basketball Queen Attendant '47, Oompah Candidate '46, Glee Club '47, '48, '49, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Sunshine Society Recording Secretary '49, Class Secretary '49, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Senior Class Play. JOE BECK "A genius in his own way." Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Band '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50. MARILYN BELL "Fond of innocent amusement but with a naughty twinkle in her eye." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Girls' Mixed Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Annual Staff '50, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play. MEL BURGER "Had sighed to many tho' he lovcd not a one." Basketball '49, '50, Conservation Club '49, '50, Chorus '49, '50, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff '50, President of Junior Class '49, Senior Class Play. At Huntingburg-Chorus '47, Football '-17, Vice President of Class '47, Aeronautics Club '47. KENNETH CARTER "He hath a serious look, but looks are often deceiving." Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Class Reporter '49, Editor of Annual '50, President of Beta Club '50, Oompah Candidate '50. JUANITA DILBECK "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Girls' Chorus '48, Annual Staff 50. EARL DORSAM "I like my own way, I find it so nice." JOE DOWNEY FLOYD "Be wise today, you don't know how foolish you may be tomorrow." Band '47, '48, '49, '50, Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Junior Class Play, Chorus '48, '49, '50, Yell Leader '50, Pep Council '50, Senior Class Play. 10 MAX GENTRY "He goes his own way." Student Manager '47, '48, '49, '50, Conserva- tion Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Boys' Chorus '48, '49, '50, Beta Club '48, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, DONALD GRAPER "He never raised a dust storm, but he got there just the same." Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, F.F.A. '50, Vice President of F.F.A. '50, Annual Staff '50, KENNETH HOLZMEYER "Naug'ht a word spoke he more than needed." F.F.A. '50, Conservation Club '49, '50, Annual Staff '50. ROLLAN JONES "Worry never made men great. Why worry?" Chorus '50, Conservation Club '50. VONDA JONES "What care I for the stars when I can gaze into his eyes." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Pep Council '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Benny Staff '50, Junior Class Play, Girls' Chorus '48, '49, Girls' Ensemble '49, Senior Class Play. LUCILE KUHNS should I "She knows her tasks and does them well." Youth Center Rep. '47, Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Basketball Queen Attendant '47, '48, '50, Class Treasurer '49, Girls' Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Girls' Ensemble '48, Girls' Glee Club '48, '49, District Music Contest '48, Pep Council '49, Beta Vice President '50, Junior Class Plav, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Anrmal Staff '50, Senior Class Play. NINA MARTIN "I have a heart with room for every joy." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, EDWARD MENY "He that can have patience can have what he will." Conservation Club '48, '49, '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Annual Staff '50, ll MARY LU MILLER "Happy am I. From care I am free, Why can't they all be contented like me." Chorus '48, '49, '50, Sunshine Society '48, '49, '50 Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Junior Class Play, Glee Club '48, '49, Girls' Ensemble '48, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, District Singing Contest '48, Delegate to Vocal Con- cert at Teachers' Institute '50, High School Sextet '48, Senior Class Play. NORMAN REXING ROBERT PHILLIPS "He may be small, but he has big ideals." Annual Staff '50, Band '47, Conservation Club '47, '48, '49, '50, Always happy, always gay. We know Nor- man will win his way." Conservation '47, '48, '49, '50, Candidate for Mr. Oompah '48, Student Council '49, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. BETTY ROHL ROSINA ROBESON "Best things come in small packages." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Chorus '47, '48, '49, Glee Club '48, '49, Flower Girl '49, Oompah Candidate '48, Basketball Queen At- tendant '49, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. If you're happy you'll sing. If you sing you're happy." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Pep Council '48, Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Girls' Ensemble '47, '48, Glee Club '47, '48, District Solo and Ensemble Contest '48, High School Sextet '48, Junior Class Play, '49, Secretary of class '47: Asst. Editor of Twigs Twitter '50: Basketball Queen Attend- ant '50, Band '49, '50, Choral Concert at S.I.T.I. '50, Swinfferettes '47, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. JEAN SHEPARD "Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far aboye rubies." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Chorus '48, '49, Senior Class Play. VERLA SMITH "Her tongue is just like a wheel, one spoke after another." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Annual Staff '50, Glee Club '49, Oompah Candidate '48, Basketball Queen Attendant '49, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play. CAROLYN TITZER "Always courteous, pleasant and kind. better friend is hard to find." A Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Chorus '48, '49, Annual Staff '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50, Senior Class Play. 12 SUE TRIBLE "Sugar, spice, and dynamite." Sunshine Society '48, '49, '50, Junior Class Play, Chorus '49, '50, Glee Club '48, '49, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. At Indianapolis-Indianapolis Dramatic Club '47, Indianapolis Junior Radio Club '47, All School Operetta '47, GARLAND WILHITE EDGAR WILDERMAN "A jolly, friendly sort of lad. He's sometimes good and sometimes bad." Basketball '48: Conservation Club '48, '49, '50, Annual Staff '50. At Mt. Vernon-Basketball '47. A mind not to be changed by time nor place." Student Manager '47, Scoreboard Operator '48, '49, '50, Benny Staff '50, Stage Manager of Junior Class Play. JACK WILKERSON "Lessons? No time." Basketball '47, '48, Conservation Club 47 48 '49, '50, Twigs Twitter Staff '50 Annual Staff '50. SHIRLEY WOODS "A person with friends is worthy of friend- ship." Sunshine Society '47, '48, '49, '50, Editor Twigs Twiter '50, S.S.S. Vice President '48, Pep Council '50, S.S.S. President '50, Chorus '47, '48, '49, '50, Yell Leader '50, Junior Class Play, Girls' Glee Club '47, '48, '49, Treasurer of Girls' Chorus '48, Beta Club '48, '49, '50, Beta Alumni Secretary '50, Annual Staff '50, Senior Class Play. PATRICIA CARITHERS JERRY KIEFER "The day is always his who works in it Winn sincerity and great aims." Conservation Club '46, '47, '48, Basketball '46, '47, '48, Contmual cheerfulness is a sign of wisdom." Missionary Volunteer Companion Club '47, Conrad Club '48, Master Conrad '49, Music Club '47, '48, '49, Chorus '48, '49, '50, Secre- tary and President Missionary Society '46, '47, Sunshine Club '50, Band '50, Y. Teens '50, Girls' Athletic Association '50, Mixed Chorus '50, Candidate for Miss Oompah '50. 13 Clam Histone We entered the first year of high school as green freshies with Miss Niekamp and Mr. Taylor as our class sponsors. The following students were elected for our class officers: President ............... ..,...... J oe French Secretary ....,.... ,........... . Betty Rohl Vice-President ................ Bonnie Blum Treasurer ...........,.,...... Charles Adams Our Oompah candidates were PhyllisBeasley and Robert Titzer. When the basketball season rolled around our attendants were Bonnie Blum and Lucile Kuhns. At the beginning of the Sophomore year we had three new members to enroll in our class-Edgar Wilderman, Sue Trible, and Mary Lu Miller. We elected the following class officers: President .......................... Bonnie Blum Secretary and Treasurer ...,.............. Vice-President .............. Roger Borders ,......,..,....... ...... .......... G e orge Johnson This year Miss Graper and Mr. West were our sponsors. Our Oompah candidates were Verla Smith and George Johnson and our basketball attendants were Phyllis Beasley and Lucile Kuhns. At the beginning of the second semester another new member, Melvin Burger, en- rolled in the class. With the beginning of our Junior year, we lost six of our classmates-Kenneth Reising, Geraldine Fougnies, Joan King, Edwin Sieb, Robert Titzer, and Lillie Pearl Odom. That year our officers were: President ........,.................,, Mel Burger Secretary ..............,...,. Phyllis Beasley Vice-President .................... Joe French Treasurer ...,..,.,............... Lucile Kuhns Reporter ...........,,......... Kenneth Carter Mrs. Brown and Mr. West were our sponsors that year. We received our class sweaters and class rings. Were we proud! The Oompah candidates were Rosina Robeson and Norman Rexing. Our basketball attendants were Verla Smith and Rosina Robeson. On December 2, we presented the comedy, "Make Yourself at Home." At the end of the Junior year we donated S200 to the curtain fund. On May 3, we held our Junior-Senior Dinner-Dance in the old gym. It was quite an affair! Finally we have reached our last year! We are now the sophisticated Seniors! Pat Carithers enrolled and stayed with us two months. She returned to Florida for the winter months then came back to F.B.H.S. on February 14. Our class officers were the following students: President ....,........,.,,..... Charles Adams Secretary ...,...................... Bonnie Blum Vice-President ..............,..... Joe French Treasurer ..................,... Roger Borders Reporter ...,..,.........,........... Lois Roberts We elected Pat Carithers and Kenneth Carter as our Oompah candidates. Bonnie Blum was elected basketball queen and her attendants were Betty Rohl and Lucile Kuhns. Two of our members, Joe Downey Floyd and Shirley Woods, were elected Yell Leaders. Finally we began work on the Benedictus under the direction of Mrs. Brown and Mr. West. This ends our four joyful years of high school. We wish the same to all the under- classmen. 14 Clash Uanolphecmg at 1950 Enroute from New York to Brazil by Pan-American World Airways Flight No. 10, I suddenly learned from the stewardess, VERLA SMITH, that we were to be grounded in New Orleans. I was dreading the delay, which was caused by a hurricane over the Caribbean Sea, when suddenly I realized that it was the Madri Gras season. This colorful festival was introduced about 1857 by the French colonists who settled here. Strolling along the bustling waterfront, I noticed a sign, "World's Largest Market", NORMAN REXING, Proprietor, and I knew that one of my classmates was on the road to success. Hurrying to the outer office I was amazed to find CAROLYN TITZER, his private secretary, pounding an electric typewriter. She told me that Norman had a business deal with some world famous scientific producers. The inner office door opened, and the two kings, DONALD GRAPER, King Hybrid Corn of 1960, and EDDIE MENY, King Wheat of 1960, stepped out. After visiting with Donald and Eddie, I con- tinued reminiscing with Norman. About that time the phone rang and PHYLLIS BEASLEY, you guessed it, Norman's wife, was telling him a list of groceries to be purchased on his way home from the office. . At closing time we drove Norman's car, "The Wilkerson Custom", built by the Wilkerson Corporation of which JACK WILKERSON is president. Jack's hobby of race driving paid off this year. In addition to winning the 500 mile Memorial Day classics at Indianapolis, he was given a kiss by ROSINA ROBESON, now a famous movie star. Riding down French Market Street to the local Kroger Store, I was very much amazed to learn that JOE BECK,' who had married VONDA JONES, now managed this and 456 other Kroger Stores. We then continued to Norman's borne in "'Garden District." After dining I suggested that we go to the concert where two famous Metropolitan Opera stars, PAT CARITHERS, pianist, and BETTY ROHL, soloist, were starred in a musical production. Although Betty had been engaged to CHARLES ADAMS, who plays professional baseball with the New York Yankees., she now seems to favor the oil-magnate, EDGAR RAY WILDERMAN, with his dirty millions. Going to the "500 Club", we found JOE FLOYD conducting a jazz band. Then the Mistress of Ceremonies, NINA MARTIN, announced that the famous movie star, MIGAX GENTRY, whose latest film, "Jolson Did It Again", was playing there, would sing " ammy'. At the Old Absinthe House we found ROLLAN JONES and his business associate LOIS ROBERTS. These two charming people are now playing Fibber McGee and Molly on the television station YUC located in the thriving metropolis of Fort Branch. They said that BOB PHILLIPS was now Chief Television Engineer at YUC. Phyllis said that BONNIE BLUM had married a certain professional basketball player, and was living in New York City near the Madison Square Gardens. MARY LU MILLER succeeded in becoming a Laboratory Technician but lost ROGER BORDERS. Roger, who wanted to be the friendly undertaker, became Borders the Barber, now giving close shaves in New York City. JEAN SHEPARD is now a Missionary to China and MARILYN BELL seems quite happy as a nurse in the New York General Hospital. JOE FRENCH is looking for young men interested in a career of swabbing the decks of the ship U.S.S. Missouri, which he now commands. Let's hope it doesn't go aground again. I was very much shocked but pleased to learn that MEL BURGER had settled down to become one of the finest priests in this country. KENNETH CARTER is still at Purdue. No, he isn't a student, he's a Professor of Psychology. GARLAND WILHITE, who also is at Purdue, is coaching the basketball team which has established a iine record, undefeated no less. J UANITA DILBECK now teaches Social Studies at Fort Branch High School, taking Mr. Weavers position after his retirement. The students seem to like this arrangement very we . . - SUE TRIBLE and SHIRLEY WOODS, both Interior Decorators, are now redecorat- ing the home of the United Nations at Lake Success. KENNETH HOLZMEYER is the United States Consul to Russia. LUCILE KUHNS gained recognition by becoming the first woman Governor of Indiana. The next morning the weather cleared and I was again on my way to Brazil, happy to have heard from my former classmates. South America take it away! EARL DORSAM and PHYLLIS BEASLEY. 15 ,fx fn' QQ- C55 1' 'fllwhfl , -- i N W l it HSPRINGTIME FOR PATSY" A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS PRESENTED BY SENIOR CLASS FORT BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1950 EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. CAST OF CHARACTERS Janet Holliday, the mother ...................................................... ,,,., Sally, the maid .................................................... Patsy Holliday, the adorable daughter ......... Taffy Wilson, her friend ................,.............. Chuck Ramsey, Patsy's boy friend ......... Stubby Parker, Taify's boy friend .......... Bunny Rice, a high school girl ............. Lucybelle Lea, a southern belle ........... Todd Burke, a writer ......,...,. . ......... ........ . Ginger Holliday, the "kid" sister .......................... Fluffy, her friend ..........................................,............... Announcer, a sissyfied voice on a P. A. system ......,. David Holliday, the father ..........................,...,........ Mary Austin, an English teacher ......., Claire, a high school girl .................... Barbara, the same ......,....................., Muggs, the same .......... Bea, the same .............................. Sue, the same ................................. Doctor Foster, an old doctor .......................................... Rodney Baxter, the coach ..............,...............,...,.......,....... PLACE: The living room of the Holliday home. SYNOPSIS ACT ONE: A sunny afternoon in May. ACT TWO: Scene One: Afternoon, three weeks later. Scene Two: Evening of the same day. ACT THREE: Late that night. Stage Managers-Bud Wilhite, Jack Wilkerson. Prompter-Juanita Dilbeck. Property Lady-Nina Martin. Tickets-Mr. West, Kenneth Carter. Advertising-Don Graper, Kenneth Holzmeyer. 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C' Zag gg, msgs- gmmmwgig OE gag mann Uggs, H. C. zwmg Q53 Fd? eggs. gag-N mg naw HYETMP 60253 BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FORT BRANCH, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1950 EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. Processional-Piano Duet ........ ......... E linor Woods, Lavonna West Invocation ............... "Angels of Jesus" .................... Scripture and Announcements ........ Sermon ......................................... "Faith of Our Fathers" ....... Benediction ......... .............. Recessional-Piano Duet .......... ,.....,. ........Rev. A. L. Beatty .........Girls' Ensemble ...,...Rev. Temas Taylor W. F. Whitledge ................................Audience .-........Rev. Howard T. Murphy Elinor Woods, Lavouna West COMMENCEMEN T PROGRAM HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FORT BRANCH, INDIANA MONDAY, MAY 8, 1950 EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. Preoessional-"Trio from Pomp and Cireumstancen-Edward Elgar ........Caro1 Poole, Barbara DeLong, Barbara Ricker lnvocation ...... ....................... ............................... M r . W. F. Whitledge Piano Solo-"First Arabesque Introduction of Speaker ......... Address .......... "God Keep You Everywhere" Presentation of Awards .......... Vocal Solo .............................. Presentation of Diplomas .......... Benediction ....... Recessional ........ ' '-Claude Debussy ,..,,,,... Eleanor Blake ,---......,,....Principal Ben F. 'Walker William Norwood Brigance Professor of Speech, Wabash College Moore .,,.....,...,............... Girls' Ensemble .....--.-Principal Ben F. Walker .....,.....,.....-..Glenna Williams .......County Supt. E. J. Hemmer ........Rev. A. L. Beatty ........High School Trio 20 I I I R -Q H gi V '-"gd- I ', gg' K .2 M rfll MII 5 T kI' Ijff fl 'II S4 e If 1 4 'fx lflf IKUU I" W Hf gg ,af I 1 ll WW union CMM First row, left to right: Eleanor Blake, Doris Weber, Valada Lutz, Nancy Dilbeck, Phyllis Gray, Jeanette Weber, Patsy Westerman, Elinor Woods, Beulah Woolston, Joy Schmittler, Donna McAnally. Second row: Mrs. Elpers, Barbara Reed, Cyetta Ferry, Bonnie Bell, Bob Garbers, Carol Poole, Robert Jenkins, Robert Schuessler, Verna Kramer, Barbara Ricker, Bert Neufelder, Glenna Williams, Mr. Doerner. Third row: Bob Herendeen, Rayburn Dilbeck, Bud Bradshaw, Bill Fougnies, Jack Reeves, Marvin Kramer, Paul Hasselbrinck, George Connor, Dewey Smith, Carlos Wilkerson, John Wilkerson, Billy Sides. OFFICERS President ........,,.,,.,... ...,.,,...,............ ..,....,. P a tsy Westerman Vice-President ........ .......... J eanette Weber Secretary ...........,.. ......, ,..,.. ..i........ E l i nor Woods Treasurer ....,...... .,,.i...,....,..... .,..........., D 0 ris Weber Reporter ..,,.... .....,.,.,.,..,.,...,...,..,,,,.,,.... P hyllis Gray Sponsors ....,.... ..,..,. M rs. Elpers and Mr. Doerner 22 "MEET THE MIDDLETONS A COMEDY IN THREE ACTS PRESENTED BY JUNIOR CLASS FORT BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL 99 ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1949 EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. CAST OF CHARACTERS Myra, the widowed m-other ..,........,.........,................................. Elinor, the oldest daughter ......... ..... Gladys, the middle daughter ........... Teddy, the youngest daughter ........,. ....,......Doris Weber ..,.Jeanette Weber .,......Phyllis Gray ........Nancy Dilbeck Johnny, the older son ................... ....... R ayburn Dilbeck Allen, the youngest ...................... ..,............... B illy Sides Cynthia, Myra's sister-in-law ........ ,........ P atsy Westerman Merle Potter, Elinor's husband ..,...... ............. C arol Poole Edwin Westrate, Gladys' husband ..,.... ....,....... J ack Reeves Bobby Haines, Teddy's boy friend .......... ..... Enid Oakley, Gladys' girl friend ...........,. Mary Marvin, a Salvation Army girl ........ Hector, the Junk man .....,....................... .,.... 23 .....Bob Herendeen .........Valada Lutz ..I......Eleanor Blake ....Marvin Kramer S063 PLO' YYIOTLE, CQCLAA First row, left to right: Ruth Riddle, Carol Dunkel, Margaret Ferry, Joy Gentry, Phyllis Woolston, Barbara DeLong, Barbara Clayton, Shirley Fougnies, Patty Jo Avery, Carolyn Wright, Imogene Sollman, Miss Berger. Second row: Mr. Weaver, Kenneth Borders, Bill Elpers, Doyle Wilhite, Gordon Brum- field, Glenn Broshears, Rollie Lynn, Herschel Silkey, David Armstrong, Claude Walls, Billy Dejournett, Francis Rilfert, Franklin Douglas. Third row: Richard VVagner, Lee Rexing, Melvin Michel, Eugene Kuhns, Sherrell Marginet, Jerry Richie, Donald Georges, Donald Thompson, Paul Wagner, Earl Weber, John Carter. OFFICERS President .....,.,......,.., ,,.,,.4,,,,r..,,.,.r.,.... ,,....,.,..,.. E a rl Weber Vice-President .,...... ....... S hirley Fougnies Secretary .........,..... ....... ..,....,...... P h yllis Woolston Treasurer .........,. ,.,..,...,.,..,r,.....,,,.,..,...., R uth Riddle Reporter ......,... ....,...,,....,...,.................... J ohn Carter Sponsors ......... ..,.... M iss Berger and Mr. Weaver 24 'Inwhman Clam First row, left to right: Dianne Marshall, Bonnie Dejournett, Anna Catherine Weber, Carol Woolston, Marjorie Holzmeyer, Dorothy Smith, Meda June Allen, Lois Dean Smith, Pat Beloat, Anna Spindler, Maxine Hillyard, Mary Lou Weber, Joyce Arm- strong. Second row: Mr. Hicks, Bobbie lVallis, Jack. Barrett, Gerald Douglas, Jim Karaff, Claudette Richie, Priscilla Sturgeon, Betty Heldt, Naomi Ferry, Marnica Underwood, Lavonna West, Bob Hoar, Jerry Bradshaw, Bob Munnier. Third row: Max Laib, Cletus Michel, Delane Robinson, Kenneth Kramer, Leland Kensler, Paul Williamson, Wendell Land, James Mason, Charles Allen, Donald Tate, Dale Heldt, Charles Huelsman, Loren Reed. OFFICERS President .........,.,.................. ,....,.....l.......,....,, ......... L e land Kensler Vice-President ....,,.........,..,... ..,...,...... D onald Tate Secretary and Treasurer ...... .....,.................l..... B ob Munnier Reporter ..............................,... ..............l......,... D elane Robinson Sponsors .......,...................... .,..... M rs. Kellam and Mr. Hicks 25 Giqhth Quads First row, left to right: Marilyn Graulich, Sharron Herendeen, Bettye Gray, Irene Dixon, Betty Beard, Emma Wagner, Pauline Wilkerson, Joyce Reed, June McNair, Joan McNair, Dixie McAnally, Alice Sue Woods. Second row: Charles Kramer, Jack Hess, Nannette Thompson, Jeanette Leister, Vivian Allen, Joan Trainer, Tomie Klusmeier, Joan Cleveland, Beverly Sides, Emily Sweazy, Clarence Carter, Gordon Small, Eugene Jones, Mrs. Blake. Third row: John Conner, Keith Wilhite, Gene Leister, Jerry Graper, Larry Bayer, James Beatty, Bob Gieselman, Darvin Buck, Raymond Kuester, Don Guymon, George Waddle, Jerry Woolston. OFFICERS President .......,......,.. ...,............................. ...,.,.,,, J 0 lin COIIHGI' Vice-President ...,... .,................ J Oan Cleveland Segrgtary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,..... M arilyn Gl'8.UllCl'l Reporter ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,....... T Omie Sue Kll1Sm0l9l' Sponsor YV,,,, ,,,,,...,,....,.,........, M l'S. Blake 26 Sw:-:nth Cgnadlz-1 First row, left to right: Wayne Gibson, Bill Kramer, Marla Sue Reynolds, Joyce llill- yard, Shirley Jones, Marsha Hoar, Shirley Kramer, Lela Mae Sollman, Mildred Sehuessler, Phyllis Meier, Lois Emge, Donna Tu1'pin, Barbara Westermun. Second row: Mrs. Pierce, Barbara Gieselman, Naomi Pitcoek, Rita Chandler, Judy Hooker, Mildred VVaddle,,EliZabeth Ferry, Joan Jenkins, Marilyn Michel, Sandra Bartlett, Carolyn Sue Weiss, Mary Elizabeth Reed, Lora Lou Harmon, Katherine Maas, Judith Lockwood. Third 1'OXVI Jimmie VVoolston, Jimmie Veach, Larry Georges, Jerry Harris, Larry Trible, Charles Bell, Raymond McIntyre, Richard War1'en, Jerry King, Charles Maas, Larry King, Paul Odom, Kenneth Odom, John Moye, Bill Mason, Dick Epperson. President ,.,........,.....,..........,,.........,,.......,........,.,........,....,...................,,.,,.... Jimmie Veach Vice-President ,.,..,. ....,...... C harles Bell Secretary .,.....,.,... ...,.,,.. N aomi Pitcock Treasurer ....,,, .......... L arry Trible Sponsor ..,,.. ..... Mrs. Pierce 27 l Let? Dance, LoveA1'l'cf5 Class Nec 5,313 1- 'U '61- Kenny Joe Ek Luoife Stag Pa 1-'gy 6 Q, 1- r' v 4 .222:E:1:zf' YN- A 'LX 4 nf, A ki - ' 9 - nun. . . ze.. ,vi B-BILUY1 Nernd'Lee Bud Roshy BCIS Juanita, C. hfAd.1r-fs Jfi na wAere3 Norm? - 63 ,J- Poor .. l vs Sfx L X gfars Ag T Vondi Joe R8 I ., ., X ly? Roger Y. o-- Tfutg Us 1 t , S hi rley Phyllis NL u cj " 'C.R.A. 5 BETSU Mm A emu me 1.f,-NF Deaf fn Tlmght 28 wx!! ,.':Ii'f'W12:ZvW'3'Q . 1593 V? V .cult-3 ' 1'-SVI? 1, , ., R gl Lv . 1 ,A AA' 'C4"6 Q 'V 'llg 'EM' "W ' N5 x C K 1 x - x W . lo 2 4, ffnf , M' fu '42 Sunahine Society First row, left to right: Jean Shepard, Carolyn Titzer, Vonda Jones, Betty Rohl, Verla Smith, Rosina Robeson, Lois Roberts, Bonnie Blum, Mary Lu Miller, Lucile Kuhns, Phyllis Beasley, Juanita Dilbeck, Nina Martin, Sue Trible, Marilyn Bell. Second row: Diane Marshall, Anna Catherine Weber, Meda June Allen, Lois Dean Smith, Pat Beloat, Shirley Woods, Dorothy Smith, Carol Woolston, Bonnie Dejournett, Naomi Ferry, Marjorie Holzmeyer. Third row: Mrs. Brown, Cyetta Ferry, Pat Westerman, Jeanette Weber, Beulah Woolston, Nancy Dilbeck, Valada Lutz, Phyllis Gray, Elinor Woods, Joy Schmittler, Donna McAnally, Barbara Reed, Carol Dunkel, Barbara Clayton, Betty Heldt, Joyce Armstrong, Mary Lou Weber, Anna Spindler. Fourth row: Patty Jo Avery, Carolyn Wright, Imogene Sollman, Shirley Fougnies, Barham DeLong, Eleanor Blake, Doris Weber, Verna Kramer, Barbara Ricker, Bert Neufclder, Bonnie Bell, Glenna Williams, Lavonna West, Maxine Hillyard, Claudette Richie, Margaret Ferry, Ruth Riddle, Phyllis Woolston, Joy Gentry, Priscilla Sturgeon, Marnica Underwood. OFFICERS President ,---.,.,.,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A ..,.,,. S ll irley Woods Vice-President ...,........ .......,,..,........... -..----.. E 1 ifl0!' Woods Treasurer ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,.,,,, .,,........ B onnie Blum Recording Secretary .,.........,..... ....,.... J eanette Weber Corresponding Secretary ......... ..A.....---- R Uth Riddle Sponsor ,,I,,,..I,.,,..,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .....,,.. M l'S. Brown 30 Co naenoatlon Cllub First row, left to right: Gordon Brumfield, Melvin Michel, Jerry Richie, Earl Dorsam, Bob Phillips, Charles Adams, Bob Jenkins, Jack Wilkerson, Rollan Jones. Second row: Franklin Douglas, Billy Elpers, Earl Weber, Bob Garbers, Joe French, Kenneth Carter, Kenneth Borders, John Carter, Sonny Rirfert, Doyle Wilhite, Lee Rexing, Bob Schuessler, Donnie Graber. Third row: Joe Beck, Rayburn Dilbeck, Bud Bradshaw, Joe Downey Floyd, Edgar Wilderman, Mel Burger, David Armstrong, Glenn Broshears, Richard Wagner, Kenneth Kramer, Jim Karalf, Cletus Michel, Dale Heldt, Kenneth Holzmcyer, Ed Meny, Leland Kensler, Roger Bo1'ders, Claude Walls, Mr. Hicks. Fourth row: Ter1'y Trible, Norman Rexing, Herschel Silkey, Paul Wagner, Sherrell liflarginet, Bill Fongnies, Donnie Thompson, Marvin Kramer, Paul Hasselbrinck, Jack Reeves, George Conner, Bob Herendeen, Carlos Wilkerson, Dewey Smith, Max Gentry, John Wilkerson, Bill Sides, Bud Wilhite. OFFICERS P1'0Si4l0I1iC ---,,,......., .,.................... ,i.,,. ,,..,,,,,,, J 1 1 lin Carter Vive-President .,....... G ,...... ...R0lJl'l't unrlwl-rs SOCl'0f2ll'y ',,-Af, --,-,---- ...... l ' :nil llassellirinck RCI-7Ul'f01' ---,-----.,- ,.... . Enrl llorsann Sponsor ........ . M1-.llit-ks 31 .Stucllz-:nt Counclll Front row, left toiight: Jeanette Weber, Pat Westerman, Joe French, Charles Adams, Mr. Walker, Principal. Back row: Shirley Fougnies, Earl Weber, Leland Kensler, Donald Tate. Cfwlgya 'Twitten .Stott First row, left to right: Verla Smith, Circulation, Lois Roberts, Snoopy Scoop, Betty Rohl, Ass't Editor, Shirley Woods, Editor, Carolyn Titzer, Reporter, Jean Shepard, Circulation. Second row: Mary Lu Miller, Feature, Phyllis Beasley, Editorials, Marilyn Bell, Inter- views, Vonda Jones, Artist, Nina Martin, Reporter, Lucile Kuhns, Editorials, Bonnie Blum, Snoopy Scoop. Third row: Bud Wilhite, Interviews, Max Gentry, Jokes, Jack Wilkerson, Mimeo. Operator, Charles Adams, Sports, Edward Meny, Mimeo. Operator, Terry Trible, Feature, Mr. West, Sponsor. -2.3 qont Uilncmch Gland? lust 1-.my lvfl to right: iivorgv l'1'z1ig:, l,111'1'y 1'lllll1il1i1'l!21ll1, llivlaiv lbillwuk, Inu Yo:1vI1, BIIIVHXII Michvl, Rim C'h:msllc1', Diillll' Nl2l!'Sh2llI, Vzxrnl Vuolm-, .luv lhm Floyd, IA-is Smith. cum! rwxx: Xzwmi l'itwc'li, li:1tl1yl'n Mamas. Mzxrilyll Nloiw. Dowrllly Mivhvl. Nl:1l'1lx11 ilmlllirlm, llixiv KIUJXIIZIHY, Kuith Willlitv, Iivtty Kohl, Vat, 141-lmnt. lllml wxv: liuylv Ullhltv, Judy llookn-:', A'l1ll'll'll0 IXL1UStUl'. I3z11'lr:11'a1 Nlk'lil'I', liznrlwux llL'lAll1Q. Vllyllis NIL'iL'l'. luurlh ww: XR-1'n:1 Kl'2llNl'!', Wuynv Hl'LllUfilklti. Mzwvin Pitcuuk, f'Il21l'll'S lh-ll. Jimmx XR-:1vh. l.:u'n'y l:IlXl'l'. Hill lflllu-rs. Illtlm wxv: Nlilmilw-ml SL'hlIUSSll'l', i'hgu'lus Mums, Phyllis Gray, -luv 114-vk, Al2lI'ShIl Hman lW11m'lm': Mrs. RllL'hl'l livllzxm. diatom wlnQenA Luft to light: Joy Schmittlcr, Hurt NOLlf.0lli0l', Ihwnmx McA11ally, .yy ab-D 'Futuna qanmenb First row, left to right: David Armstrong, Leland Kensler, Marvin Kramer, Paul Hasselbrinck, Don Graper, Claude Walls. Second row: Mr. Hicks, Bobby Wallis, Cletus Michel, Paul Wagner, Paul Williamson, Jimmy Karaff, Richard Wagner, Charles Huelsman, Jim Mason. Third row: Gerald Douglas, Melvin Michel, Herschel Silkey, Earl Weber, Gordon Brumfield, Bob Garbers, Bob Schuessler, Kenneth Holzmeyer, Kenneth Kramer, Dale Heldt. OFFICERS president ,-,----,-,, .----- -,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,., P a u 1 Hasselbrinck Vice-President ..,..... ------'-ff--e-- D PU Graver Secretary ,--,------,-. ,,,,,,,. M arvm Kramer Treasurer -----.,,- ,,,,,,,,. ..,, C l aude Walls Repo,-ter -,-,-,-- ,,,,,,,,,,,, L eland Kensler Sentinel -,-,,,,-- ,,,,,,,,. D avid Armstrong Sponsor V,,,,-,,-,,--,.,,.,.---,--,,-,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,A ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,r, .....,. M r . Hicks Clileta Cilulv First row, left to right: Doyle Wilhite, Bill Elpers, John Carter, Kenneth Carter, Earl Weber, Bob Garbers, Paul Hasselbrinck. Second row: Beulah Woolston, Elinor Woods, Phyllis Gray, Jeanette Weber, Betty Rohl, Doris Weber, Patsy Westerman, Eleanor Blake, Mary Lu Miller, Miss Berger. Third row: Bonnie Blum, Phyllis Beasley, Lucile Kuhns, Shirley Woods, Carolyn Wright, Barbara DeLong, Margaret Ferry, Barbara Clayton, Juanita Dilbeck. OFFICERS President ................. ....,,.,,.,,,...,,.,.,.. ,,..,,.. K e nneth Carter Vice-President ......,.. ..,,...,, L ucile Kuhns Secretary ............. ,..,.....,.. B onnie Blum Treasurer ...,...... .,......,. .....,.,... M a ry Lu Miller Reporter ......... ................. ....... P a tsy Westernian Sponsor .....,.. .......... 5 ..,....... .............. M iss Berger .ii Chonua First row, left to right: Phyllis Woolston, Lois Roberts, Patty Jo Avery, Carolyn Wright, Lois Dean Smith, Dorothy Smith, Diane Marshall, Mary Lu Miller, Bonnie Blum, Lucile Kuhns, Priscilla Sturgeon, Shirley Foixnies. Second row: Mrs. Rachel Kellam, Director, Ruth Riddle, Patty Beloat, Betty Rohl, Cyetta Ferry, Joy Schmittler, Donna McAnally, Alberta Neufelder, Phyllis Beasley, Bonnie Dejournett, Joyce Armstrong, Mary Lou Weber, Lavonna West, Eleanor Blake, Phyllis Gray, Nancy Dilbeck, Sue Trible, Marilyn Bell. Third row: Margaret Ferry, Doyle Wilhite, Rollan Jones, Norman Rexing, Sherrell Marprinet, Rayburn Dilbeck, Jack Reeves, Max Gentry, Eugene Kuhns, Roger Borders, Joe Floyd, Mel Burger, Carol Poole, Kenneth Borders, Barbara Clayton. 35 Gly-fs am! more Gu-ls fqu'SC1eS 'DUL5'l'i '13 A PC7131 I paper goes to Press f! L. Y- Xfnp Hungvrfy GDL5 3" Kmeck CUPE A 1345 QB. 25 SM. C o ack , A I . ' 1 'f 1, TQl51oY"S Tots ' 5- Zfwzl X W' , 'F 1 Cl-no-Cfzo-v OOM PAH" Summer TYMCS M, 'S Be H wllkr "' ' M Sefnioy B535 ' Dale Gina QfCl5 Cz Q in RR Af-'C fi' - YR , , Q--4-ff' ff K Q g 37 i WW Q L ff' clfanbitld First row, left to right: Terry Trible, Melvin Burger, Bob Herendeen, Rayburn llillmeek, Sherrell Murginet. Second row: Gus Docrner, Coachg Charles Adams, Jack Reeves, Paul Hasselbrinek, Bud Bradshaw, Bill Fougnies, Max Gentry, Student Manager. Seca ncf CT:-:am First row, left to right: John Carter, Doyle Wilhite, Delane Robinson, Eugene Kuhns, Jerry Bradshaw. Seqvond roxy: Mr. West, Coach, Donnie Thompson, Donald Georges, Paul Williamson, George Conner, Leland Kenslcr, Robert Sides, Student Manager. 38 ll llzlssvllwillvli 1001111-1'b Kllyblll'Il liillwck 1GLu1nll Shcxrvll M:1rg'im-L lflllillllf limi Iirzulshznw 1l"m'w:1r4 Junim' Junior Sophomore Junior wglm LWVCM4 vin lhlrgvl' lfillllllly Pouch Wilford IJOL'l'll0l' and Czlptzxixl Adams f'h2Il'lCS Adams 1l"urw:u Sm-nior Sc-nim' Ill l"0lll4'Hi1'S fl"Ul'W2ll'lU Bob lion-mlcvn Qlluzmlb Terry 'Friblu CForxvzmU .luck Reeves 10-ntvrl I Jlllliw' Junior , Jumox' Junior . Q uh Fort Branch Fort Branch Haubstadt ...... Fort Branch Winslow .......... ..... Fort Branch Boonvllle ........ ..... Tell City ....... ........ Bosse ......... Central ..... Petersburg .......... ..,,, Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort ,Branch Prmceton . ........... Fort Branch Mt. Vernon Cannelton ..... ..... Haubstadt ....l. ..... 4 1 Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort Branch Winslow ............. ..... Fort Branch Boonvllle ........... ..... Fort Branch Tell City .......... ..... Petersburg Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort Branch Fort Branch Prmceton ........... ..... Fort Branch Fort Branch Cannelton ........ ............................. VARSITY SCORES Hazleton ..... Lynnville ..... Fort Branch . Poseyville ..... Fort Branch . Mt. Olympus Fort Branch . Fort Branch . HOLIDAY TOURNEY Fort Branch . Fort Branch . Fort Branch . Owensville .... Spurgeon ...... Mackey .......... Dale .............. Fort Branch .. Francisco ...... Fort Branch . Fort Branch . SECTIONAL 1950 Fort Branch . SECONDS SCORES Hazleton ....... Lynnville ..... Haubstadt Poseyville ..... Fort Branch . Mt. Olympus Fort Branch Oakland City- Fort Branch . Fort Branch .. Owensville Spurgeon ...... Mackey ...,...... Dale .............. Fort Branch . Francisco Mt. Vernon . Fort Branch . POINTS MADE BY INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS Charles Adams, ?30: Bud Bradshaw, 172: Melvin Burger, 158 Paul Hasselbrmck 1421 Sherrell Marginet, 1003 Rayburn Dilbeck, 77g Bill Fougmes 57 Bob Herendeen 38: Jack Reeves, 28. 'Q Q if :F 14 , S xg! - ,+ v,,,, ,...:, M A, G, U Q f v A we H ' L - L I 5 whfw ki 4 - ., Ai ,, 1 A '5 uk F L fe rl yi. ,,l....T. ........1L......,,... 11 up r Cononatlon ot Uiaaleetban Queen First row, left to right: Dean Allen, Bonnie Blum QQuec-nl, Tamara Kenmlle. Second row: Anna Fatherine Weber, Phyllis Woolston, Patty Jo Avery. Lueile Kulms, Alberta Neufelcler, Joy Schmittler, Betty Jane Rohl, Jeanette Weber, Donna Mc-Anally, Meda June Allen. Cfellll fa-zacllenh Left to right: Nancy Dilbeck, Carol Poole, Joe Downey Floyd, Shirley Woods. 42 fi: Donald Barrett Mary Margaret Boren Pat Carter Clarence Cleveland Bernitta Dilbeck Francis Ferry Robert Gent? Eugenia Hac er Don Hill John Johnson John Kramer Lodema Kramer Anna Louise Kuester Betty Ann Lutz Roger Mayer Theresa Mayer Ted Neufelder Phyllis Reynolds Coleen Riffert Jeanette Rose Doris Jeanne Scales Pat Trible Ada Marie Vaught Doyle Wallis Carl Weber Betty Wilkerson fMillerJ Eddie Bales James Barrett Mary Ann Bayer Betty Beadle ALUMNI - 1949 Home Indiana University Purdue University Home Nurse's Training Home U. S. Army Home Home Farming U. S. Army Sunshine Feed Store iPrincetonl Nurse's Training Emge Packing Co. Home Home U. S. Air Force Home Emge Packing Co. Home Y. W. C. A. fEvansvillel W. A. A. C. Nurse's Training Home Farming Housewife ALUMNI - 1948 U. S. Navy Emge Packing Co. Emge Packing Co. Hanson lPrincetonJ Mary Ann Block fSchuesslerJ Housewife Mary Lou Borders Jack Boren Norma Boyle Rovilla Carter Nurse's Training Evansville College Home Nurse's Training lWelbornl Eleanor Douglas lBrittinghamJ Housewife Don Elpers Marjorie Lou Gray Harold Gwaltney Ruby Hamilton Carol Heldt Alan Hickrod Kenneth Jackson Betty Kruse Bob Lockhart Jack McCarty Pauline McCarty Aline McIlree lHueyJ University of Notre Dame Emge Packing Co. Trinidad Junior College Emge Packing Co. Farming Wabash College International Harvester 41-Inn ? ? ? ? Ass't Postman Nurse's Training Indiana University Bernadine Mclntire fCreceliusJ Housewife Mildred Meny Arnold Michel Emge Packing Co. Farming 43 Fort Branch, Indiana Bloomington, Indiana Lafayette, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Vincennes, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Knox, Kentucky Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Knox, Kentucky Fort Branch, Indiana Vincennes, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Scott Field, Illinois Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Camp Lee, Virginia Louisville, Kentucky Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana New Jersey Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Louisville, Kentucky Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Evansville, Indiana Princeton, Indiana South Bend, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Trinidad, Colorado Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Crawfordsville, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Detroit, Michigan Fort Branch, Indiana Louisville, Kentucky Bloomington, Indiana Bloomington, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Robert Neufelder Jean Reed iMaddenJ Roberta Reeves QStunkelj Ruth Rexing Lois Riddle Jean Rohl fSollmanJ Kenneth Romershausen Evelyn Schuessler Robert Sides Floyd Silkey Wanda Silkey Norman Thompson Don Wallace Kenneth Weber Viola Weiss Carl Westerman Ray Williamson Phyllis Woods Genevieve Adams fBlackardl Roy Adams Neva June Bilderback fFreudenburgJ Charles Block Mary Blum fDewigJ Vivian.Buck fFrenchJ Juanita Cain fJonesJ Robert Elpers Charles Emge Walter Emge Robert Gwaltney Hazel Harmon iGiese1manJ Warren Thompson Norman Mason Betty Robinson fGwaltneyJ Dorothy Lewis Jack Stewart Adrain Rhinefort Eliza Rose Pumphrey CKruseJ Kenneth Robinson Eldon Woods Genevieve Hemmer fCarrj Arthur White Anna Katherine Stiehl fChiffinl Jack Kiefer Katherine Stewart 1Hughesl Henry Kiesel Bernard Moll ALUMNI - 1948 U. S. Army Housewife Housewife Princeton Gardens Lintz Building Supply Housewife Farming Home Seeger Farming Emge Packing Co. Farming Evansville College Farming Barrett's Drug Store International Harvester International Harvester Emge Packing Co. ALUMNI - 1940 Ass't Postmistress Barber Housewife Bank Employee Housewife Housewife Housewife Emge Packing Co. Emge Packing Co. Emge Packing Co. Instructor fOwensvilleJ Housewife Emge Packing Co. Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Atteberry and Hanold Garage Housewife Telephone Operator Minister Emge Packing Co. Housewife Farming Ford Garage Secretary to Engineering Firm Kuester Trucking Co. Farming Emge Packing Co. Emge Packing Co. Deceased Charles Yeast John McCormick Wayne Mounts David Parker Court House fPrincetonJ Traveling Salesman Dentist Electrical Engineer 44 Knox, Kentucky Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Princeton, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Crawfordsville, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Chicago, Illinois Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Princeton, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Livermore, Kentucky Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Newark, New Jersey Fort Branch, Indiana Tucumcari, New Mexico Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Fort Branch, Indiana Evansville, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana -Swampscott, 'I' 525 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 if 'U' Compliments of 4 -If EMG-JE PACKING COL, INC. 'I' 'I' Packers of PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS U. S. Government Inspected for Your Protection 'I' Tel. 11-F-3 Fort Branch, Ind. 4 'U' 'I' 'U' 'uf Congratulations and all-good wishes to the class of 1950 f th rom e 4 " JQCIIFAIIR 5lli'llEiIlllI:Tf114X6llfllE5ilLK We are here to furnish to you and this community and city in motion 4 4- pictures entertainment every day of the year. THE GWALTNEYS 'I' 4 ,gi 4-' V 4- 4- 4 4- 4 4- 4 4- A gg 45 .4-155 555 4- 4- 4- - 4- 4- 'U' 'U' We wish to thank the SENIOR CLASS 'U' 'ui for their patronage and wish them success in their future endeavors 4- + ffllflff rgfuab Phone 941 PRINCETON, IND. 'D' 'U' 'U' Congratulations lb 4, Class of 1950 From gas Bazzaffh 'U' 4' smug AN rv QTL J one SCHOOL SUPPLIES 0 4. SUNDRIES PORTRAIT AND CUMMIGRCIAL PHUTOGRAPIIY 115 MOC1'ea1'y St. Phono 172 Fort Brznwli, lml. lu. 'D' 979 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- R 46 FE 4- 4- f 4- 4- 4- 4- 15 'D' 'I' Compliments of Congratulations to the TING co Class of '50 SWINNEY PMN ' nnvon a RAYNOLDS co., Inc. 4 Fort Branch, Indiana Princeton, Indiana 'l' 'U' 'I' FOR REFRESHMENT DRINK MIGHEL'S SALES 8 SERVICE ul- Your Oldsmobile Dealer ' It's Smart to Own an Olds Phone 325 112 N. West Street Princeton. Indiana """"""' 'I' IN BOTTLES 'I' 551 -F 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- gg 7-gg 4- His 4- 4- 4- 4' 'G' ei' 'U' 0, CONGRATULATIONS Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1950 Class of '50 FARMERS AND MERCHANTS WILKINSON LUMBER 4 NATIONAL BANK COMPANY FORT BRANCH, INDIANA Phone 64 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Building Material of All Kinds Corporation 'U' 'U' only Compliments of IDEAL ELPERS E Hrcxnon + DAIRY PRODUCTS Ford Sales and Service are Phone 21 Fort Branch, Ind. Quality Checked ND JDO TDD LARGE DR TDD SMALL BILL TCIWNSEND IDS WEST LUUUST BT. 'P Compliments of 'DRI 'RANCH' 'ND- NELSON FEED an EQUIPMENT STORE HEP-T'NG MODERN Your Master-Mix Feed Dealer SHEET METAL G 4 Phone 2 Princeton, Ind. "' Q I 217333 gg O DERATILY . m-cans. 72 B INSTALLED 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- R FBS 4- -e- -o- 'Q' 4' 'D' 'ul WRIGHT MOTOR CO. Service fl ldllnuhal finnlfnrlllhl Sales Complete Service on All Cars 0 Phone 30 Fort Branch, Ind. HITCH PACKING CO. "Hickory Smoked Hams A Specialty" PRINCETON, INDIANA For Health Sake - Roller Skate 'D' STARLIGHT ROLLER RINK HIGHWAY MACHINE Where you meet old friends and COMPANY, INC. make new ones . . Adjoining Industrial Supplies + Repairing and Manufacturing TEEN TOWN Mining and Oil Field Work DANCING - TABLE TENNIS A- POOL . Sandwiches - Fountain Service Route 41 South Prmceton, Ind. CUC,-,ld Drinks ' RB SERVICE L' Galambos Phone 957 Dutch and Mary Outer E. Christian St. Phone 1160-R PRINCETON, IND. 4 SEE NORGE BEFORE YOU BUY MUNNIER'S ELECTRIC SHOP Phone 76-B Fort Branch, Indiana 1 HERFF JONES CO. Designers and Manufacturers of School and College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements, Medals, Cups, and Trophies Jewelers to Fort Branch High School 41 E. R. Smith, Representative Indianapolis, Indiana FORT BRANCH MILL AND ELEVATOR "Always in the Market for Grain" + Phone 55 FT. BRANCH, IND. EVERETT HALWES MOTORS + Your Chrysler and Plymouth Dealer PRINCETON, INDIANA a -For -:- -:- -e- -e- -o- gg 5-5 'G' 4' 'il 4' 'Q' WEBER'S TRUCK SERVICE 4, DRINK SAND - GRAVEL - coAL PEPSI COLA John E. Weber, Prop. Phone 18 700 E. Locust St. Fort Branch, Indiana + RAYMOND J. KUESTER 4' NU'GAS Dealer in The Leading Cooking Fuel in SAND Gibson County GRAVEL LIME THE NU-GAS CO., INC. COAL Phone 8 + Compliments of + GIBSON COUNTY FARM THE WILBERT VAULT CO. BUREAU COOPERATIVE Fort Branch, Indiana ASSOCIATIUN, ING' Quality Products FT. BRANCH, IND. Phone 7 'I' THE HOMESTEAD MERRICK'S DRIVE INN "Home Cooked Meals" Our Motto CleaIlll1leSS - - Service "' L' T' STEVENS' Prop' Princeton, Indiana Compliments of GREEK's CANDY STORE BENT'S SERVICE GARAJGE , "Where Friends Meet" 504 E' Locust St- HOME MADE CANDY AND 'D' AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING COMPLETE MOTOR REBUILDING ICE CREAM gag -:- -a- ' 4- 4- -al, gg 555 4- 4- 4- 4- 4---4-5 SKELTON'S GREENHOUSE "Flowers of Distinction for All Occasions" ' We Telegraph Flowers + Phone 639 Princeton, Indiana Compliments of HUNT MOTOR CO. lu- Outer Broadway Princeton, Indiana Compliments of THE PALACE 4 Sports Results Princeton, Indiana CITY MOTORS, INC. H. G. LaMAR, "Your Dodge Dealer" 0 Princeton, Indiana R. J. OIL AND REFINING CO., INC. Quality Petroleum Products 4' Phone 391 Princeton, Indiana Read All the Latest News in the CLARION-NEWS AND DAILY DEMOCRAT Princeton, Indiana MARSHALL'S GROCERY 0 "The Biggest Little Store in Town" Free Delivery Phone 19 'D- V. J. Meny SCHULTHEIS STORE Haubstadt, Indiana Phone 51-B C. HAROLD GRAY Personal Insurance Service Fort Branch, Indiana King's Coal PRINCETON MINING CO. ln- Phone 892 ggi' 'Q' 'Q' I 'O' 51 4- 4- gg Ei-3 4- 4- 4- l 4- 4- 5-if Compliments of GAYER'S BARBER SHOP Downstairs Savings dz Loan Bldg. Good Luck to Senior Class of '50 FT. BRANCH CLEANERS Quality Cleaners FT. BRANCH, IND. Phone 42 Compliments of SOUTHERN INDIANA GAS 8x ELECTRIC COMPANY ELE CTRI CITY "Your Tireless Servant" MGCARTY HARWARE CO. Best of Success Class of '50 Come and See Us Often Bring Your Friends STEVENS 5c, 10c to 31.00 STORE Your Shopping Center for All Your Needs FORT BRANCH APPLIANCE COMPANY Complete Electrical Service APPLIANCES - WIRING - FIXTURES REPAIRING FORT BRANCH, IND. Phone 20 Fort Branch, Ind. Compliments of I I BARRETT'S BARBER SHOP CITY CAFE The Place For Quick Courteous Service also Tailor Made Suits Lots of Luck to the Class of 1950 "Where Good Friends Meet" Congratulations to the Class of '50 107 Vine St. Phone 123 BLACKARD 85 CHANDLER Clothing for the Entire Family See Our GIFTS and TOYS Fort Branch, Indiana Compliments to the Class of '50 ATTEBERRY 6 HANOLD General Repair and Body Work E. Locust St. Phone 129-B W 'Q' 4' 'Q' 'Q' 'Le QR H35 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- Zi-if Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '50 THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK PRINCETON, INDIANA Compliments of PRINCETON TELEPHONE CO. A Home Company Owned and Operated by Home People Phone 168-B KNAPP'S STANDARD SERVICE ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Fort Branch, Indiana Phone 95-X TRETTER LUMBER CO. "Your Profit Sharing Lumber Dealer" 704 East Locust Street Compliments of RALPH LEASER JEWELER BEATTY'S 50 to 31.00 STORE Candies Always Fresh - Lots of Good Tasty Pop Corn Phone 195 Princeton, Indiana Compliments of IDEAL MARKET Phone 114 Fort Branch, Indiana BIEL'S GROCERY 105 S. Walters Street Phone 43 Fort Branch, Indiana G'rARBER'S BEAUTY SHOPPE The Shop for All Your Modern Beauty Needs Phone 123-L Fort Branch, Indiana Compliments of VIRGIL McINTIRE REAL ESTATE Phone 102 Fort Branch, Indiana 535 4- 4- 4- 4- -oi. 15,5 53 'Q' 'G' ' 4' 'Q' 'O' CARL G. APPLEGATH QUALITY JEWELER Gruen, Elgin, Bulova, Hamilton Watches Keepsake and Pricilla Diamonds Phone 232 PRINCETON, IND. Compliments of KUESTER'S GROCERY Phone 94 306 S. Main THACKER 'S APPLIANCE STORE MAYTAG - FRIGIDAIRE Sales - Service West Side of Square Phone 160 Princeton, Ind. Princeton Phone 737 Ft. Branch Phone 58 BURY MANUFACTURING CORP. Metal Fabricators and Manufacturers of Iron and Steel Products J. 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Haubstadt, Indiana Compliments of LAIB FUNERAL HOME Compliments of PRINCETON FARMS Elza D. Zimmerman, CITIZENS FINANCE COMPANY 104 East State Street Princeton, Indiana Manager Martha Wilson, Cashier U. S. 41, North Compliments of PARKER an HEISER "Your Massey-Harris Dealer" Princeton Phone 1100 'D' + 'D' ' 55 'D' 'Glo SES 114- 4- 4- 4- 4- ra- Compliments of LINTZ BUILDING SUPPLY "Everything to Build" Fort Branch Phone 10 LIL'S CAFE PLATE LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS 1 Red Bank Road POLK GENUNG POLK CO. FORT BRANCH, INDIANA Fine Commencement Invitations Personal Cards Wedding Invitations NUSSMEIER ENGRAVING CO. 23 S. E. Second St. Evansville, Indiana BARTLETT 'S BARGAIN HOUSE "We Don't Have Everything' But Almost Anything" U. S. 41 and John St. Phone 159 LOMAX 85 NICHOLSON SPORTING GOODS 126 Locust St. Evansville, Ind. 41 INN TRUCK STOP Modern Steam Heated Cabins Plate Lunches and Short Orders 5 Miles South of Princeton on 41 Phone 19-F-2 FT. 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