Fort Branch High School - Key Yearbook (Fort Branch, IN)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 92
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1955 volume:
RAYMOND J. KUES TER
41 INN MOTEL
Charles Fougnies, Propr. P
BEN F. WALKER
Ass't. Coach, Science
Ft. Branch, Ind.
IDA E. BERGER
MARY C. BROWN
Math. , Latin
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INEZ G. PUMPHERY
English, Phys. Ed,
Cornplirnents of THE MODEL. 4
"Clothes for Dad'r1'Lad"
Phys. Ed., Social
EDITH E, PIERCE
VAUG HN WATERS
J. T. WILLIAMS
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1925 Frieda Graper Klusmeier fDeceasedJ
1926 Olevia Stull
1927 Marjorie Stone Dixon
1923 Josephine Laib Mower
1929 Rose Elpers McCloskey
1930 Ida Berger - Alma Meyer Fauth
1931 Robert Delong
1932 Nellie LeGrange Yeager fDeceasedD
1933 Inez Graper Pumphrey
1934 Charlotte Brumfield Phillips
1935 Margaret McGuire Greubel
Betty Humphrey Geier
Louise Hemmer Hill
Ruth Roberts Anderson
1939 Glen Wallace
1940 Genevieve Adams Blackard
Kathryn Hickrod Gwaltney
Genaldine Mclntyre Camp
Voila Sollman Schwerisch
1944 Rebecca Saddler
Bernice Sollman Tirmenstein
Joyce Carter Schneebeli
Mary Lou Miller Borders
Patricia Westerman Garbers
1953 Lavonna West
1954 Marilyn Barrett
1925 Mary C, Douglas Brown
1926 Henry Graper
1927 Richard Brurnfield
1923 Opal Singleton
1929 Marie Sollman Kuester
1930 Lilias Stone Pelz
1931 Jack Swinney
1932 Wallace Williams
1933 Velma Sollman
1934 Virginia Mcllree Callis
1935 Ben Williams
1936 Lloyd Yeast
1937 Estelle McReynolds
1938 Elizabeth McCarty Susott
1939 Mary Aline McReynolds
1940 Eliza Pumphrey Kruse
1941 Grace DeLong Williams
1942 Paul Williams
1943 Ruth Mcllree Jones
1944 Helena Hacker Morrison
1945 Mary Jane Emge
1946 Eileen Elpers
1947 Loretta Weber Brahm
1948 Viola Weiss
1949 Mary Margaret Boren
1950 Juanita Dilbeck
1951 Eleanor Blake
1952 Barbara DeLong
1953 Marita Reising
1954 Ann Reinhart ' Rosalin We
P rinc eton, Indiana
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JAMES DILBECK "It's nic
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"Ambition has no rest, " you're just naturally nice, "
"She may be little in size, but
mighty when it come to the
friendship side, "
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ELIZABETH FERRY "He has been a real sport and we
"I take all knowledge to he my will always remember how he
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PEGGY Grids hex lowme'
"Iam a part of all Ihave met,
"The way to have a friend is to
JOANN JENKINS LORA LOU HARMON
"A very likeable person with a " A merry heart maketh a
smile for every one, " ful countenance,"
GENE LEXSTERPWP is new
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MARCIA JANE HOAR
"A willing worker and friend in
time of need, "
"Away wirh books, I am here for
JERRY KING LARRY KING
"The rolling stone gathererh no "Eat, drink, and be merry for
H1053-" tomorrow we go to school,"
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"To do easily what is difficult for
others is the mark of talent. "
"Had tongue at will, but was
never loud. "
"Small, but mighty, "
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bered even when she is away,"
MARY ANN MCCLOS KEY
"She is so kind and constant to
MARILYN MICHEL "If worry were the only cause of
A hght heart llves much longer, " death, he'd live forever,"
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"He that has patience can have
what he will,"
NAOMI JEAN PITCOCK
"The observed of all observers.
ADRIAN REINHART .TERRY SCHMITS
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the day after, " "To be great is to be
"B1ushes are the rainbow of
"He is a person when asked, a
willing helper in a great task."
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six' me some Ciiiend-S She
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"An enthusiastic worker and
plenty of pepg she will not be
forgotten by the many friends
she always kept. "
CAROLYN SUE WEISS
"There's nothing so kingly as
kindness and nothing so royal
as truth. "
" We have named him our
friend who will always be
CLASS MOTTO-We'1l dc
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After eight years of hard campaigning, our 1951 Legislature which consisted of fifty three members was
finally in session. To begin our four year tenure, we elected the following officers: Jerry King, President,
Bob Huelsman, Vice-President, Arlene Mayer, Secretary 8: Treasurerg and Kenneth Odom, Reporter. Our
cabinet was composed of two members, Mrs. Virginia Callis and Mr. William Hopping. Naomi Pitcock and
Jim Veach were elected to the student legislative body, better known as the Student Council. We the Legis-
lature approved Bill 41, Republican candidates Mary Ann McCloskey and Bill Martin for the annual Oompah
festivities. They were elected by popular vote of the people to reign for that fiscal period. To aid her high-
ness, "Miss Basketball, " we elected Barbara Westerman and Jackie Fulton. Thus ended our first year inpower,
For the second year Jim Veach headed the administration with Barbara Westerman as his assistant. Serving
in the administrative post of secretary and treasurer, respectively, were Lora Lou Harmon and Lela Mae Soll-
man. Our faithful cabinet members were still with us from last year. Again our party proudly watched while
Larry Georges and Lora Harmon were crowned Mr. Sc Miss Oompah. Our party was further honored by having
Donna Turping elected as one of the cheerleaders. She will keep this position until she graduates. Rita
Chandler and Larry King were our Student Council representatives. Naomi Pitcock and Phyllis Meier were
our class attendants in the annual basketball queen coronation. This year it was not a strange sight to see one
of our members proudly showing off our class rings and jackets. We had a swell time trying to relive the old
days in our Roaring Twenties party. As in any legislature, some members resign. The following members of
our party resigned during our second year: Judy Hooker, Mary Reed, and Bill Mason, but we gained a new
legislator, Daisy Mae Prince.
In our third year as the party in power, we had added responsibilities on our young shoulders--the Jr. -Sr.
Prom and the Junior Class Play. The theme of our prom was a, "Garden of Memories." During the reception,
Donna Jo Lutz and Richard McGuire were chosen from the senior class to reign as king and queen. Bill 43,
Father Was a Housewife, proved to be the most successful accomplishment of the year. As in previous years,
we maintained the tradition of electing aides to the basketball queen. These aides were Peggy Gwaltney and
Lora Harmon. As student council representatives, we had Charles Maas and Mary McCloskey. Of course, we
could not keep everyone together during four year period. Mr. Robert Lochmueller replaced Mr. Hopping as
our new cabinet member. We we had roll call, we found that Genevieve Weber, Alberta Elpers, and Daisy
Prince were absent. To help balance the exchange, we welcomed back an old representative, Gene Boyle.
We were privileged to have two of our members, Judith Lockwood and Mary McCloskey, to have the honor
of attending Hoosier Girl's State. We had some administrative changes: Charles Maas, President, Barbara
Westerman, Secretary of Stateg Jackie Fulton kept our recordsg Lela Sollman, Secretary of Treasury, and
Kenny Odom reported our news. On the day after our class play, we journeyed to Indiana University to at-
tend a football game.
-After four years of hard administration, we are finally on top. As with all promotions, more responsi-
bilities are added. For our final year we chose the following to put forth our laws and principals: Larry
Trible, President, Jim Veach, Vice Presidentg Jackie Fulton, Secretaryg Judith Lockwood, Treasurer, Rita
Chandler, Reporter. We had another new face in the cabinet, Mr. Wayne Norrick, who had taken over the
post formerly held by Mr. Lochmueller. We had lost Adrian Reinhart, but gained Delbert Oldham. For bas-
ketball queen this year, our own legislative member, Arlene Mayer was elected with Naomi Pitcock and
Peggy Gwaltney as her maids of honor. We had another queen in our ranks, Phyllis Meier, who was chosen
Snow Queen at the annual Christmas Dance. Arlene Mayer and Naomi Pitcock were her attendants. Lela
Sollman was very deservingly chosen as the Good Citizen of our school. Our last few weeks at old F.B. H.S.
were filled with many pleasant memories. We'd worked very hard to make enough money to go to Washing-
ton to see our government at work. Our senior play, "Girl-Shylj proved to be very successful and we were
kept quite busy in general, trying to sell our annuals, working on the school paper, attending the various
parties held in our honor by the colleges, and getting ready for the four main final events- -the Prom, the
Alumni Banquet, Baccalaureate, and Commencement Programs.
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A Comedy In Three Acts
Fort Branch I-Iigh School
Friday, April 1, 1955
Eight O'clock P. M.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Tom Arsdale, who is girl shy .
Oke Stimson, who isn't . . .
Caroline, Tom's aunt ....
Anthony Arsdale, Tom's father . .
Sylvia Webster, Tom's pet aversion . .
Dean Marlow, dean of the college .. . . .
Peaches Carter, Oke's present weakness. . .
Asma, a colored "wash lady" ,,..., ,,
Birdie LaVerne, a movie aspirant .....
Alfred Tennyson Murgatoyd, the college poet .
Chuck Mayo, Birdie's late affinity ,...
Barbara Sanford, herself ......
ACT I: Tom and Oke's apartment. A day in Spring.
ACT II: The same. The next afternoon,
ACT III: The same. Evening of the same day.
TIME: Present. Graduation Time.
. Larry Trible
. . Jim Veach
. Arlene Mayer
. Charles Maas
. Raymond Seib
PLACE: Living-Room in the bachelor apartment of Tom and Oke, in a
PROPERTIES: Lois Emge, Joann Jenkins, and Mary Deweese,
PROMPTER: Shirley Kramer.
TICKETS 81 SALES: Donna Turpin, Kenny Odom, Jackie Fulton, Jim
WARDROBE: Mildred Schuessler, Marilyn Michel, Lela Mae Sollman,
MAKE-UP: Naomi Pitcock and Peggy Gwaltney.
STAGE CREW: James Dilbeck, Larry King, Jerry King, and Gene Leister
ADVERTISING: Larry Georges, John Stone, Delbert Oldham, Bene Boyle
Wayne Beeler, and Bill Martin.
IN-BETWEEN ACTS: Sonny Stallings and Sandra Bartlett.
USHERS: Mary Ann McCloskey, Barbara Geiselman, Carolyn Weiss,
Marcia I-Ioar, and Mary Joyce Esarey.
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Ten years ago today we graduated. Since this is the anniversary of the
Class of '55, the plans for the class reunion are in the final stages. We were
chosen to notify everyone of the time, place and date of this great occasion.
After getting in touch with all of our former classmates, the day of the reunion
has finally arrived.
As we arrive, BARBARA WESTERMAN is preparing the table for the food.
After a friendly greeting the subject turns to all the good times we had in
school and many of the life-long friends we have made. We are sorry to hear
from Bobby that RAYMOND SEIB, DELBERT OLDI-IAM, MARLA REYNOLDS,
and BARBARA GEISELMAN will not be able to attend because they are now
serving in Uncle Sam's Air Force. She mentions that she is now secretary to
JERRY SCHMITS famed engineer. She adds that SHIRLEY KRAMER, MARY
ESAREY, and PHYLLIS MEIER work as secretaries in the same building. The
rest of our old classmates then begin to put in an appearance, so we leave
Barbara and join the rest of the group. Y
We begin a conversation with BOB HUELSMAN and LARRY KING, two
well-known lawyers. As the conversation progresses, Larry tells us that
JERRY KING has joined the Foreign Legion. As we stand talking, NAOMI
PITCOCK joins our group. She tells us that MILDRED SCHUSSELER and
JOANN JENKINS work as nurses in the same hospital as she. After talking to
Naomi for awhile we wander over to the next group, who seem to be enjoying
themselves tremendously. We soon discover why, SONNY STALLINGS, now
a millionaire is the center of conversation. We look around and are not sur-
prised to see wedding bands on the hands of ARLENE MAYER, LOIS EMGE,
MARY DEWEESE, DIXIE LIKENS, MARCIA HOAR, and MARILYN MICHEL.
We are sure they will make outstanding careers in marriage.
As we three stand talking, DONNA TURPIN joins us. We can tell by the
way she is dressed that she is president of a ladies' fashion shop in New York.
Donna informs us that KENNY ODOM and JAMES DILBECK are in the Marines,
and GENE BOYLE is in the Navy. We also find out that JACKIE GREGORY and
CAROLYN WEISS are airline hostesses. We are shocked but pleased to hear
that WAYNE BEELER is a big game hunter, and LARRY GEORGES is now
coach at Fort Branch. Also on the teaching staff at Fortsie are LELA SOLLMAN
and ELIZABETH FERRY. We're glad to see that RITA CHANDLER and
JACKIE FULTON are able to close their beauty shops for the reunion and
JUDITH LOCKWOOD has managed to get away from her jewelry store. LARRY
TRIBLE, JIM VEACH, CHARLES MAAS, and BILL MARTIN have fulfilled
their life-long dreams and become successful engineers. It seems that DICK
EPPERSON and GENE LEISTER are now prominent farmers. PEGGY GWALT-
NEY is a social worker and MARY ANN MCCLOSKEY is working at Riley
Hospital as an occupational therapist. JIM WOLLSTON is salesman for General
Motors and JOHN STONE is a test pilot for the Lockheed Jet Corporation.
As darkness begins to fall we separate and go our own ways: SANDRA, back
to teaching her primary classg KATHERINE, to herjob as buyer for Macy'sg
and LORA, back to her nursing career. We all leave with the same thought in
our minds. We are glad to see that all our old classmates have gone so far and
accomplished so muchg still we can not help but wonder what the next ten years
holds for us. We only hope that it will be as wonderful and just as exciting as
the first ten years after graduation.
Lora Harmon, Sandra Bartlett, and Katherine Maas
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SEATED: Naomi Pitcock, Dick Elpers, FIRST ROW: LoraLou Harmon, Sandra Bartlett, Katherine Maas,
Mary Ann McCloskey, Rita Chandler, Jackie Gregory, Donna Turpin, Lois Emge, Barbara Geiselman,
Arlene Mayer, Phyllis Meier. SECOND ROW: Mr. Norrick, Judith Lockwood, Dixie Likens, Barbara
Westerman, Marcia Hoar, Carolyn Weiss, Lela Mae Sollman, Mildred Schuessler, Mary Joyce Esarey,
Peggy Gwaltney, Mr, Walker. THIRD ROW: Dick Epperson, John Stone, Larry Trible, Jerry Schmits,
Sonny Stallings, Raymond Seib, Jerry King,
Editor-in-chief. , Naomi Pitcock Social Editor . . Marcia Hoar
Business Manager . . . Mary Literary Editor . . , Lela Mae
' McCloskey Sollman
Production Manager . . . Judith Historian , Mary Joyce
Photography Editor . Phyllis Calendar .... Raymond Sieb
Meier Secretary . Barbara Westerman
Snapshot Editor . Donna Turpin Art Editor . . . Dick Epperson
Distribution Manager . . Jerry Prophecy . . Katherine Maas
Schrnits Faculty Advisors . . Mr, Walker
Sports Editor . . Larry Trible Mr. Norrick
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Magazine Sales begin
S. S. S. initiation and meeting
Convocation - Rev. Cronenberg
Individual pictures taken
Magazine sales end
Freshman Initiation Dance
Basketball pencils go on sale
Election of freshman yell leader
S. S. S. meeting
Junior class play
S. 5. S. district convention
Convocation - Rev. Gouwens
Magazine Sale Dance
Group pictures taken
Beta Club bake sale
F. F. A. Dance 8: Chile Supper
Pep Club organized
I-Iazelton game, we won 70-52
S. S. S. meeting
Lynnville game, We won 60-46
Convocation - Rev. Hancock
Booneville game, we won 47-43
Mt. Olympus game, We won 46-43
Annuals go on sale
F. F. A. meeting
Bicknell game, we won 64-41
Oakland City game, We won 58-53
Beta Christmas party
S. S, S. dance Sz election of Snow Queen
Convocation - Rev. Lemons
Mater Dei game, we won 59-46
Christmas vacation begins
Holiday tourney, We won! !! !!
Back to school
Spurgeon game, we won 51-46
S. S. S. nieeting
Rockport game, We1ust49-54
Convocation - Rev. Morgan
Haubstadt game, we Won 67-49
Princeton game, we lost 37-35
Francisco game, we won 61-39
Crowning of B. B. Queen Sz Sock Hop
Holland game, we lost 51-76
Beta Club meeting
Monroe City game, we lost 67-64
Called S. S. S. meeting
Dale game, we lost 67-64
Pep Club rrxeeting
Patoka game, we won 47-43
Book review by Mrs. Pumphrey
Winslow garne, we lost 44-46
Convocation - Father Stone
Band 81 Chorus Festival
Convocation - Rev. Weir
S. S. S. meeting
Band and Chorus concert
Mother 81 Daughter Banquet
Senior class play
F. F, A. donkey basketball game
Convocation - Rev. Cronenberg
Beta County party
Senior trip to Washington
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Hasselbrink, Fred Lucus, Windell Logston, Jerry Williams, Curtis Lucus, Bobby Joe Douglas,
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Jeanetta Bryant, Shon Hooker, Bonnie Odom, Joan Meyer, Ruth Heldt, Nancy Finney, Mary
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Barbara Howell, Eldon Scott, David Murphy, Harry Christmas, Eddie Morris, Joan Kramer, Hattie
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1ST ROW: Kenneth Ritchie, Donna Ingram, Raymond Odom, Bobby Braxton, Mickey Gayer,
Charles Broshears, Bobby Dejournett, and Donald Martin. ZND ROW: Henriettat Michel,
Edwin Kruse, Billy Askren, Jimmy Kuhns, Roger Morris, Donnabell Jones, Beverly Yeager,
Paula Sue Bush, and Sue Boyle. 3RD ROW: Ann Williams, Sharon Oexrnan, Judy Cotner,
Gary Avery, Mary Louise Gilpatrick, Nancy Thompson, Diana Wagner, Ida Marie Michel,
Patty Conner, and Bobby Emge. 4TH ROW: Cassie LaGrange, Geraldine Michel, Wilma
Newton, Wayne Biel, Franklin McIntyre, Helen Christmas, Lowell Kuester, Linda Swin-
ney, Diana Poole, Marilyn Townsend, and Mrs. Edith Pierce.
President . . Ann Williams Reporter. . Sharon Oexrnan
Vice President ..... Sponsor . . Mrs. Pierce
Secretary-Treasurer . Paula
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FIRST ROW: Martha Riddle, Ruth Underwood, Judy Gregory, Jackie Gregory, Phyllis Meier, Anna Marie
Carter. SECOND ROW: Naomi Pitcock, Glennis McGuire, Rita Chandler, Mary Blevins, Barbara Westerman,
Betty Sollman, Jeanetta Buck, Marlene Kuester, Carolyn Weiss, Katherine Maas, THIRD ROW: Barbara
Hacker, Carol Hartig, Sharon Endicott, Nancy Odom, Sina Utley, Judith Lockwood, Mary McCloskey, Mary Esarey
Lela Sollman, Miss Berger. FOURTH ROW: Dorothy Michel, James Schuessler, Dick Epperson, Jim Veach,
Larry Cunningham, Dick Elpers, Vincent Baehl, Danny Neufelder, Donnie Naas, Donnie Woolston,
, , , STUDENT COUNCIL
SEATED: Sonny Stallings, Larry Cunningham, Dorothy Michel, Phyllis Meier, Bobby Braxton, STANDING:
Anna Carter, Mary Ruth Keegan, Sara Pyle, Ann Williams, Mrs, Pumphrey, Danny Neufelder, Bobby
Douglas, Wayne Brumfield, Kenny Odom, Barbara Hacker, Mary Ann McCloskey,
Compliments of STEEL BUILDING SALES, Inc.
Exclusive District Representatives of Martin Steel
Phone 7-1579 2353 Division Street, Evansville, Indiana
E. T. Hunter L. M. McCloskey
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FIRST ROW: Phyllis Meier, Sandra Bartlett, Jackie Gregory, Naomi Pitcock, Glennis McGuire, Jane Gentry,
Marilyn Woolston, Julia Hillyard, Jeanetta Buck, Judy Gregory, SECOND ROW: Martha Riddle, Arlen Mayer,
Barbara Gieselman, Mary Joyce Esarey, Mary Ellen Blevins, Joyce Townsend, Marlene Kuester, Margaret
Martin, Deanna Emmerson, Peggy Blackard, Carol Douglas. THIRD ROW: Wanda Mae Graper, Sheridan
Reed, Mary Deweese, Joan Jenkins, Nancy Wilkerson, Marjorie Huelsman, Sina Kay Utley, Rosemary Martin,
Nancy Odom, Patsy Trainer, Joyce Jenkins, Evelyn Moore, Helen Weber, and Gwen Tate. FOURTH ROW:
Sharon Endicott, Judith Lockwood, Janet Weber, Eva Mae Spindler, Paulene Meny, Peggy Gwaltney, Barbara
Hacker, Barbara Westerman, Carol Hartig, Mary Ann McCloskey, Miss Rice.
FIRST ROW: Phyllis Meier, Sandra Bartlett, Jackie Gregory, Naomi Pitcock, Glennis McGuire, Mary Ellen
Blevins, Jane Gentry, Miss Rice. SECOND ROW: Arlene Mayer, Barbara Gieselman, Mary Deweese, Joan
Jenkins, Marjorie Huelsman, Judith Lockwood, Peggy Gwaltney, Mary Joyce Esarey, Barbara Hacker, Barbara
Westerman, Mary Ann McCloskey, Max Hanold, THIRD ROW: Richard Gladings, Ronnie Gayer, James Dilbeck
Jim Woolston, Donnie McNair, Charles Maas, Gary Bartlett, Sonny Stallings, Alan Titzer, Robert Weber, Albia
Yeast, Bobbie Bell,
FIRST ROW: Alice Smith, Sara
al- Pyle, Laura Jane Hefley, Sandra
'H Reed. SECOND ROW: Joy Ann
Heuring, Mary Ann Hoefling, Edna
Carolyn Woodruff, Marilyn Meier,
Joan Wallis, Mary Ruth Keegan,
FOURTH ROW: Miss Rice, Nancy
Laib, Rose Marie Adamson, Mildred
Odom, Peggy Corner.
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Compliments of PRINCETON TELEPHONE COMPANY ,
Sieb, Phyllis Schmits. THIRD ROW:
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all out for the b
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all plans. Word
there may be a
reign over this
Guests may be in
side our school
proval of Nr. Wa
girl will be with
There will be a
with music from
the highlights wi
march, attenda ce
Co-Editors . . . Judith Lockwood
Mary Ann McCloskey
Feature Writers . Katherine Maas
Interviews . .Barbara Gieselman
Teen Time . . Mary Joyce Esarey
Artist . .
Sports . .
Snoopy Sc oop .
Circulation . .
Sponsor . . .
. Donna Turpin
, Phyllis Meier
. Lora Harmon
. Dixie Likens
ave been hearing
ut the Sunshine
rogram last year
gram with a very
y hope that it
t many accidents.
f the things the
doing. They have
the family car.
ture you will be
Boys at the cor-
also a safety
given the Sun-
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ed out. Marilyn
spread by the
. . Mr. West
sts each month for
answer. They also
fefng to have
A? safety li-
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utee is in
oeth Ferry, has
.ined to go to the county
plates and a pro-
to Paee 3
FIRST ROW: Naomi Pitcock, Katherine Maas, Martha Riddle, Sharon Floyd, Sharon Endicott, Ann
Williams. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Meier, Rosemary Martin, Dorothy Michel, Shon Hooker, Ronnie
Gayer, Larry Hanold, Jerry Williams, Marilyn Michel, Wayne Brumfield, Judy Kuester, Cassie LaGrange,
Marlene Kuester, Phyllis Meier, THIRD ROW: Miss Froman, Nancy Karnes, Jill Gentry, Jane Genny,
Marcia Hoar, Mildred Schuessler, James Schuessler, Donnie McNair, Elizabeth Ferry,
Phyllis Jones, Louise Bowen, Beverly Jones and Patty Marshall,
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1ST ROW: Phyllis Ann Meier, Rita Ann Chandler, Marcia Hoar, Sandra Bartlett, Judith Lockwood,
Katherine Maas, Mary Ann McCloskey, Barbara Westerman, Mary Deweese, Elizabeth Ferry,
Donna Turpin, Lora Harmon, and Naomi Pitcock. 2ND ROW: Marla Reynolds, Jackie Fulton, Mil-
dred Schuessler, Lela Mae Sollman, Marilyn Michel, Mary Joyce Esarey, Peggy Gwaltney, Joan
Jenkins, Dixie Likins, Shirley Kramer, Lois Emge, Jackie Fulton, Arlene Mayer. 3RD ROW: Mary
Ellen Blevins, Judy Carter, Judith Woolston, Sharon Michel, Joy Ann Heuring, Laura Jane l-lefley,
Sandra Reed, Martha Jean Riddle, Joan Douglas, Joyce Townsend, Phyllis Jones, Phyllis Kramer,
Beverly Jones, and Sharon Floyd. 4TH ROW: Lois Askren, Phyllis Finney, Marilyn Meier, Sara Ann
Pyle, Alice Ann Smith, Jane Gentry, Dorothy Michel, Joan Wallis, Nancy Laib, Nancy Odom,
Glennis McGuire, Marilyn Woolston, Gwen Tate, Joyce Wagner, Louise Bowen, Linda Eaton,
Glenda Georges, Anna Marie Carter, and Mrs. Brown, 5TH ROW: Ruth Underwood, Carolyn Wood-
ruff, Kay Georges, Mary Ann Hoefling, Edna Mae Seib, Rosemary Martin, Mariruth Keegan, Carol
Hartig, Sina Kay Utley, Helen Ann Weber, Bonnie Crow, Deanna Emerson, Barbara Wagner, Mar-
garet Ann Martin, Minnie Trainer, Evelyn Moore, Jeanetta Buck, and Betty Ann Sollman, 6TH
ROW: Helen Hoefling, Pauline Meny, Judy Gregory, Priscilla Deal, Peggy Cotner, Rose Marie
Adamson, Mildred Odom, Janet Weber, Sharon Endicott, Marjorie I-luelsman, Nancy Wilkerson,
Patsy Trainer, Carol Douglas, Eva Mae Spindler, Peggy Blackard, Janice Bunting, Barbara Hacker,
Julia Ann Hillyard, Marlene Kuester, Joyce Jenkins.
President ...... Financial Secretary ....
Mary Ann McCloskey Marlene Kuester
Vice President .... Recording Secretary ....
Joyce Townsend Joan Douglas
Treasurer . Phyllis Ann Meier Sponsor . .MrS. George Brown
Compliments of WILSON FURNITURE STORE
East Side of Square Princeton, Indiana
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
1ST ROW: Ronnie Woodruff, Gene Leister, Vincent Baehl, Max Fauquher, Raymond Seib, and
Rudy Roy. 2ND ROW: Ray Pifer, Donnie Woolston, Loren Heldt, Alan Titzer, Terry Kruse, Dar-
win Holzmeyer, George Beloat, and James Schuessler. 3R.D ROW: Kenneth Woolston, George
Krieg, Larry Stone, Larry King, Bob I-Iuelsman, Jerry King, Robert Baehl, David Douglas, and
Mr. Schiffer. 4TH ROW: Bob Weber, Leland Mclntyre, Frank Sollman, Wayne Brumfield, Fran-
cis Sollman, John Stone, Ray Money, and Eddie Huelsman.
Pres. . . . Vincent Baehl Treas. .Raymond Seib
V. Pres.. . Max Fauquher Rep. . . . Gene Leister
Sec. . . Ronnie Woodruff Sentinel . . Rudy Roy
This page compliments of
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Princeton Indiana West Side of Square
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
"BOOKS AND CROOKSN
A t'0MI'IIJY IN THREE ,tors
PI? ICSICNTE IJ BY
.I VX IOIT CLA S S
FUIVI' ISRANVH HIGH SCHOOL
UN 'I'I'Il,'HSIJAY. OVTOBER 1-1. 195-L
7:30 U'l'I.0l'K P. M.
VAST UF l 'HARAI 'TERS
Larry Malone Students V V
Goody Gulfhopper 'Q
Arnold Q.'Henly, principal
Helen Ann Weber
V ,,....... Dick Elpers
Raymond "'I he Prof" Nichols, at large
Franis, his partner, also at large .,,,..,...... .,,......,. K enny Sides
Oliver P. Burkhol.ler, president of bank .. ,.,.,,, ,,,,,,.,,. D On McNair
Miss Irene Ilamilton, principals secretary . ,,.,,. Carol Jean Hartig
Mrs. Mildred Gunklock B d I . Joyce Townsend
Mrs. Margaret Brickle an mot WIS ' Sharon Endicott
Lieutenant Shaw, of police department .,,,.,.,
Members of the band ,,,,,,
PLACE: The outer office and principals office of the Alexander Hamilton High School.
TIME: The present. Spring.
Compliments of the BOWL
Join in the sport that twenty million people enjoy!
Alice Ann Smith, Phyllis Jones, Jane Genuy, and Donna Turpin.
FIRST ROW: Terry Kruse, Larry Oexrnan. SECOND ROW: Raymond
Dilbeck, Dick Dilbeck, Sam Smith, Eddie Hacker, Jack Foster,
and Mr. Roettger. THIRD ROW: Jan Messersmith, Frank Sollman,
S E C 0 N D T M Garcy Bartlett, Richard Weber, Francis Sollman, and Donnie Town-
FORT BRANCH MILL. AND ELEVATOR Master-Mix Feeds
Phone 3-3561 "Always is the market for grains'
Hazleton 70 52
Lynnville 60 46
Boonville 47 43
Mount Olympus 46 43
Bicknell 64 41
Oakland City 58 53
Mater Dei 59 52
"'Oakland City 56 42
'l'Owensvi11e 62 45
Owensville 52 38
Spurgeon 51 45
Rockport 49 54
Haubstadt 69 49
Princeton 35 37
Francisco 61 39
Holland 51 76
Monroe City 64 67
Dale 52 72
Patoka 63 47
Winslow 44 46
4'Princeton 38 39
'lfstands for tourney games
This page sponsored by
LOMAX gl DOERNER
Larry Trible Sr. 4"""'
Larry Georges Sr. ""4"9'
Bob Huelsrnan Sr. 'N'
Jim Veach Sr. :ff
Marvin Pitcock Jr.
Charles Scott Jr.
Larry Cunningham Jr.
Don Kiefer Jr.
Paul Odom Jr.
David Neufelder Jr.
Joey Scott Jr.
PARKER 81 HEISER
FIRST ROW: Terry Kruse, Ronnie Gayer, Mariruth Keegan, Nancy Laib, Larry Oexman, and Allen Blackard,
SECOND ROW: Max Hanold, Richard Gladings, Larry Wittman, Albia Yeast, Jack Foster, Donnie Townsend,
and Mr, Norrick, Coach, THIRD ROW: Bob Weber, Jan Messersmith, Gerald Allen, Gary Bartlett, Eddie
Hacker, and Raymond Martin.
FIRST ROW: Judy Corner, Marilyn Townsend, Shon Hooker, and Mary Kuhns. SECOND ROW: Donald Bro-
shears, Larry Blackard, Jerry Williarns, Dikie Warren, Gordon Sides, Leland Hasselbrinck, and BobbyDouglas.
THI.R.D ROW: Mr. Roettger, Coach: Donnie Rohl, David Murphy, Harry Christmas, John Neidig, Eddie Morris,
and Eldon Scott,
Compliments of WHITE LUMBER CO.
Princeton, Indiana "Your Lumber Number" Phone Z2
FIRST ROW: Gerald Allen, Marvin Pitcock, Frank Sollman, Ian Messersmith. SECOND ROW: Mr. Roettger, Bob
Huelsman, Kenny Odom, Sam Smith, Bill Schmits, Larry Cunningham, and Charles Maas. THIRD ROW: Jerry
Wilkens, Richard Weber, Francis Sollman, Larry Georges, Gary Bartlett, and Gene Boyle.
FIRST ROW: Marvin Pitcock, Bob Huelsman, Larry Georges, Larry Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Terry Kruse,
Donnie Townsend, Gary Bartlett, Eddie Hacker, Jan Messersmith, Larry Oexman, and Mr. Norrick. THIRD
ROW: Donnie Woolston, Sonny Stallings, Francis Sollman, Danny Neufelder, Donnie Naas, Jack Foster, and
TRACK , y4Ky,
Compliments of I-I. D. "Pappy" Hefley
FI..OYD'S GRILL Princeton, Indiana
We wish to take this opportunity to thank all of our advertisers, without
whose help, this 1955 volume of The Key would have been impossible.
'M "H .4 I.
M . A.
Serving Reed gl Bell Root Beer
Sandwiches Kr Ice Cream
C. HAROLD GRAY AGENCY Compliments
302 E. Vine Street
Fort Branch, Indiana
THE VENDALL COMPANY
Fort Branch, Ind,
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1955l!
FORT BRANCH GARDENS
ATTEBERRY'S MARATHON STATION
1 vs - 1.mv1,,f
With the passing of time, the echoes of our school
life will grow fainter and fainter, and then die away.
Gone forever will be the routine of school life, the
fun we had, and friends we made. It is the hope of the
1955 Key Staff that this book will serve as a key to re-
capture those memories as you glance over the pages
in years to come.
SENIOR CLASS OF T955
FORT BRANCH HIGH SCHOOL
FORT BRANCH, INDIANA
Swear AND TENUER. . .
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5,51 FE.-f + nennov -ro en
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EMGE PACKING C0., INC
Fairview Farm Brand
U.S. Government Inspected for Your Protection
Fort Branch, Indiana and Anderson, Indiana
Phone - 3 -4431
Fort Branch, Indiana
"A Good Place to Eat
Just Any Old Time"
Gas -- Oil
1 Red Bank Road Ft, Branch
GARBER 'S BEAUTY SHOP
Your modern beauty center.
Fort Branch, Indiana
WALLIS SERVICE STATION
Wishing the class of "55"
High Quality Meats
the best of Success' Phone 18-L Haubstadt, Lnd.
DEWIG BROS. J0AN'5
PACKING co. BEAUTY SHOP
Custom Bmchering Hair Cutting and Cold Waves
are our speciality.
Fort Branch, Ind. Call 3-3811
Dr- R- C- Ceick James Leroy Holder, D. D S
Fort Branch, Indiana
G. W. THARP
WOLF CHEVROLET CO. , INC
Buick Sales and Service
Phone 130 301 N. Main St.
76p 7071 G
Meadow Cold Products
For good listening tune
1250 on your dial
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I W. B. JOHNSON
Insurance for every hazard
Real Estate- -Loans- -Notary
Office 4-2355 Residence 4-3051
Compliments of THACKER'S APPLIANCE STORE
Owensville , Indiana
Maytag - Frigidaire
Sales - Service
YVest Side of Square
I. HERSHEL MONROE
Princeton, Ind. Phone 46
86 SERVICE CO.
MILLER TRUE VALUE
for Gibson County
Keepsake -DIAMONDS - Prisilla
Elgin - WATCHES-Gruen
Princeton Phone 232
THE CARD SHOP
Greeting Cards SL Gifts
"Norcross Cards of Course"
Read All the Latest News in the
GIBCO APPLIANCE CENTER
South Side of Square
RCA - Crosley - Thor
Bendix - Caloric
Sales and Service
GREEN'S CLEANING SERVICE
Renew the Beauty of Your Garments
Free Moth Proofing
Phone 699 110 East State
For Good Food
THE COFFEE SHOP
East Side of the Square
Princeton Your Walgreen Agency
Dining Room for Private Parties Princeton
Compliments TRETTER LUMBER co.
of Your profit sharing
BENTS SERVICE GARAGE Phone 3,4442
Phone 3-4561 Ft. Branch Fon Branch' Indiana
R. M. STORMONT
FORT BRANCH, INDIANA
D. T. Woods Orchard
Phone 2096 Highway 168
Wholesale and Retail
' EMMERVS STORE
of Ice Cream
Open 7-days a week,
ARROW COACH LINES
Phone 16-F-12 Haubstadt
LAKEVIEW BEATTY'S 56 to 31.00 sToRE
Restaurant Mgtel Candies Always Fresh
Standard Station Good Tasty Pop Corn
U.S. 41 Ind. 68 Phone 195
ROSEMEYER 81 BROWN
108 S, McCreary, Fort Branch
BLACKARD AND CHANDLER
Clothing for the Entire Family
Fort Branch, Indiana
HOEFLINCS SERVICE STATION
MCINTIRE AND CRECELIUS
104 Railroad St. Phone 23-33351
ll 1 Jafwxfnf time
SWINNEY PRINTING CO.
Fort Branch, Ind.
MARSHALL 'S GROCERY
Biggest Little Store In Town
Free Delivery Phone 3-5701
1,G,A, Food Marker
WEBER'S TRUCK AND
Sand, Gravel, Coal 8a Chat
Phone 3-3481 Ft. Branch, Ind.
WILKINSON LUMBER COMPANY
The House of Homes
Fort Branch Phone 3-3631
GIBSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU
COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC.
Complete Farm Supplies
Phone 3 -5811
Ft. Branch Francisco
L. P. WOOLSTON
FORT BRANCH CLEANER
RAYMOND JR. KUESTER
Sand -Gravel -Lime -Fuel Oil
Phosphate -Fertilizer -Coal
Phone 3-3401 Ft. Branch
Zenith-Emerson -Motorola -Philco
WRIGHT MOTOR CO.
Sales and Service
MUNNIER ELECTRIC SHOP
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Phone 3-3791 Ft. Branch T T 'Tm' "
Phone 3-5611 Fort Branch
MCCARTY' HARDWARE CO.
Best of Success
Class of "55"
Come and See Us Often
Bring your Friends
Phone 3-7631 Ft, Branch
Pure Milk Company, lnc.
You'll like trading at Schultheis'
Congratulations and Best Wishes
AND S o N 5
Vincennes Reliable Furniture Store
Free Delivery in Ft. Branch and Vicinity Every Friday
Compliments of SPROWL. BROTHERS
Fort Branch Seniors
PRINCETON AND ROXY THEATERS l
Ed Thies William Green
WHO DOES THE WORK
IN YOUR HOUSE?
Senior Class of 1955
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
Fort Branch, Indiana
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
Deposits insured to 810,000.00
for each depositor
Ill' iv O
lIl:'I'll ofowoo ,fa
If you say "Reddy Ki1owatt" you score
100. Reddy is your electrical servant
who is always ready to take over your
household work at the flip of a switch.
Reddy also works for the lowest wages
in town - less than 3 cents an hour, on
the average, and think of all he does
GAS AND ELECTRIC
Compliments of NUSSMEIER ENGRAVING of Evansville, Ind. '
We, the Class of 1955, wish to dedicate our yearbook, The Key,
to Mr. Ben F. Walker in gratitude for time so unselfishly given to
us, and for his genuine interest that has guided and inspired us through
our four years of high school.
We would also like to express our appreciation and esteem to
Mrs. Virginia Callis, who has been our sponsor for the four years, and
to Mr. Wayne Norrick, our co-sponsor during our senior year.
WorId's Finest Popcorn
Michel Sales 8. Service
Your Oldsmobile Dealer
Rockets "88" and "98"
Phone 325 112 N. West St.
Garrett Brothers' Mill
Dealers in grain, feed, fertilizer and seed corn
THE HELDT 81 VOELKER COMPANY
Seeds, Binder twine,
Hardware, and Implements,
2100 West Franklin Phone 2-2052
Compliments of ,N
THE FORT BRANCH FEDERAL E,
SAVING 8 LOANS ASS'N. 0
100 McCreary Phone 3-3622 Fort Branch, Indiana " Q
ELPERS MOTOR COMPANY
"UTLEY'S BETTER SERVICE"
Highway 41 Phone 3-5795
Fort Branch, Indiana
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT
George, Grace, and wimpy
This page sponsored by HONEY KRUST BAKERY of Evansville, Indiana
CITY MOTORS, INC.
M. T. JONES
H. G. LaMar
"Your Dodge Dealerv Your D-X Agent
I Distributor of Firestone Products
Princeton, Indiana Phone 129 Princeton, Indiana
EVERETT HALWES MOTORS
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Chryslepplymouth
Princeton, Indiana Phone 1 1202 South Main Street
MANNINC IMPLEMENT SALES
I. I. Case Farm Machinery of
G.NI.C. Farm Trucks
Phone MHF7 R. J. OIL AND REFINING COMPANY
WRIGHT 81 KENDELL
SEARS ROEBUCK 8- CO.
Phone 371 Princeton, Indiana
WHY LOOK FOR A JOB?
Become a Lockyear graduate and
the job will look for you.
National Association Sr Council of Business
Accrediting Commission for Business Schools
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
Evansville Indiana INDIANA I
This page compliments of I-IEWETT STUDIOS
Be STVLUIT - Cook Wifh
N U - C A S
CONSERVATORY OF FLOWERS ,
And Get Your Money s Worth
"Flowers of Distinctiorz for All Occa.sions" THE NU-CAS CO., INC.
"Our Busine.s'.s is Blooming"
i I Burton Wilhite, Servicemen
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Phone 639 imceton, Inc im 1 Princeton, Indlana
Compliments of 5 C R 'I' Y F E
DARWIN S. BOYLE 8. SON 1
Contracting -- - , ..
Brush-Painting. .Decorator-Spray The Home of Five cent Coffee
Paper Hanging 84 Steaming
Phone 24Fl4 Fort Branch, Indiana
R.F.D, Princeton, Ind,
PRINCETON out COMPANY Compliments of
Distributor Mobil Products B I I- I- T 0 S E N D
phone 55 I Plumbing and Heating
Princeton, Indiana Phone 3'76O1
Fort Branch, Indiana
OING ELECTRIC COMPANY
103 W. Broadway
303 East Vine Street
Phone 3-4184 Fort Branch
Phone 1254 Princeton, Indiana
Princeton Awning 81 Shade Co
, ' '13 Ez E Shi
Phone 1061 Day or Night
Alsco Aluminum Storm VVindows.
Phone 132 Princeton, Indiana Doors R Perch Enclosures
I. L. Tedford. Owner
Gibson, Pike, Posey
This page compliments of ROMER'S RESTAURANT
Phone 3-7685 Highway 41 Fort Branch, Indiana
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