Fortville High School - Silhouette Yearbook (Fortville, IN)

 - Class of 1949

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Eugene Adam Jimmie Johnson Junior senlor Fl y Cavalcade if Chorus 3 1+ L ebal Countj Festival 3 '+ a r Qfayfl Lkxgforpo Along with the usual air of expectanc and confusionof the f1TSt day, twent ei ht eager, llttle bovs and glrl te ed the doors of Fortville Cchool on a Sebtembermornlng 1D 1937 Iith Miss Addlsod as thelr bcglnnlng teacher, the chool year started wlth a bang A party was given t e f1rst day for these boys and girls If school were like thls, it was golrg to be fun It was soon troug t differently At the end of the first year, most of the students Ven tured together into the s cond grade Much ecperience was ln store for them, and surely much was learned That w the year that R1ley's home was honored in be ing JlSlt6d b this llttle herd It was also durlng th1S eventful ye r that the Rhythm Band made lts debut under the dlrectlon of Miss Fhomas when the t sks of learnlng the 23rd Psalm and countlng to one thcus nd were acco nlished, some students beca e famlliar Wlth the fir t notewrlting igence in this clas there ha always been one allbi whlch was exrressed There was always some doubt as to whether or not muck 1 s achieved tUlS year due to the necesslty of three dlffcrcnt tc cher Ihen nrogress was made on to the fourth r de, it was only natur l that the lDdlViGUa1 health ch rts were always acknowledged Thls wa the year that book review contests xere sllghtly enfoyed and regular dictionary contests were ratler dlsgustlng he flfth g de was fllled to the brim wlth events Tvcrythlng from a weddlng, declarlnv of war, and an oper tta w re exn rienced Of course a clrcus narty, given at the home of the teacler, Mrs F rn Barrett, wa vcll remembered lt w HllHP th s year that the Ne t Bakery and Children's Museum w c vislted Donald Vellermeyer left Fortvllle and move to West Mllton, Oh o Upon enterlng the slxth grade, WhlCh to some w s known as a reparatory cla s for hlgh school llfe, to others lt was a orenaratlon for cosmetoloav -F ' fl - '3,, 1 U Y - - Yell-Le de 3 7 L1 , " .J , Tv? ' y- g, Q ' U ,' s en- crs ' U .. A, ' c' , . A . . . A A S r , ig El . C .J . . ar f V . e . 1, 7 . A ' . 's ' . - - - " ' I' ' . . ' ' a l . . . , I YT N - ' ' . cl . , ' cmnl - . e m H' ' , . s ' . Whenever there was a comment upon the lack of intell- n 3, A . s R ' - ' , . . .. A 'IA J. 1 . ' ' Ha s. U A . g a 'N " ' " 'K ' .V Cl Q. . , I ,Q . .,S L 1 . . . T . ra . . . . , . . . O rl , .. , , , V e e -, , , ' .V f Q r . ' A . ue s X3 . , . as 4 -' .j, W V 5 , Q" . g p. . d ' 1 , ' ' ' - A a n s ' ' A , ' . . . .,. 0 'hen lt was tlme for the tra sf r from t e ele entary Slap of school to Junlor Hlgh, ev ryone was thrilled The class started the year rolllng by electlng Sue CHmm1HS as PT9S1d9Ht, Gay Bee Goudy as Vlce President, and Bob 'dams as ecretary and Treasurer hiss Blind recelved the honor of belng class sponsor This was the year the seventh graders blessed the Old Soutl by impersonatlng Southern belles and dlstlngulshed gentlemen in dancing a minuet in the Patriotic Pageant It seemed strange that rather suddenly arithmetic be came the favorite subgect with most of the s udents while in the elghth grade This couldn't be because of access to the answer book could it9 A book entltled, Revlews .nd Previews of Fortville, w s COmGll6d by these students in the eighth grade under the SUDGTViSlOH of Miss flSh3Td standlng green freshies The class started the freshman year with several new students from Center and Ingalls Thls flrst year of high school began with students Joinlng as many actlvities posslble, to gel out of class The glrls eagerly joined the Sunshlne Society The boys were soon making plans for the terrific appearance in the memorable, 'Womanless Iedding It was this pantcmine of the l9H5 Folloween Carnlval, that rocked Fortvllle with laughter Along wlth these opportun itles to be a part of high school activlties, the talent of this freshman class began to bloom The operetta, UBand Wagonn, will always remaln in the memories of those who partlclpated in the production The seniors of M5 complimented these freshies by stat ing in thelr annual that effort had been made to write all their Jokes on tlssue aper, so that the freshman might see through them This extraordlnary class of 1949 rather slid through the sophomore year with a speclal skatlng party, and the fOTV3t1OH of a Social Studies Club At the beglnnlng of the jHH10T year, curiosity pre valled about the ideas of the new principal, Mr J B Good As the new year moved along, it was soon learned, that Mr Good was very co operative and understnading with allstudent problems These jolly junlors have never forgotten the absurb movles of Frankinstein and his son Perhaps the reason for this memory is due to a double feature The thought of the comlng play ent1tled, NTattletale' brought excitement to the students. It was during this year that some students becamecharter members of the new Latin Club. During the last of March in 193-+7 some of these students were sent to Anderson College as delegates to the model United Nations Security Council. M ' ' 1 c h m .' .uv . . C . . . - A ffl .' ' .L . O . I . . G L , n . C 21 ., L Y ' YV, ' As usual, the class of H9 entered high school as out- . O . . . , A . .L . as . , C . . 4 0 - - ,- H . 'f 2 X .W L . . . - I O O 1 - . . H . . O . . . Q . O U 0 O O . I I . . , 7 The class received thelr long amalted x aters ln thls same w 1ter The class of H9 began the suppo edly fi l chool fear at Fortvllle, by electlng Robert Lu m1s aspresident,Clarence Humbles, vice presldent, Sherry Rash, secrctany,Sue Cummin treasurer, Mlss Bower was elected as class sponsorthesecond consecutlve time Homer ROblUSOH and Jlm Hardin left this class Homer Jolned the Marine Corps, and is now bound toward the west coast Jlm joined the Army and has been statloned 1n Japan for some time Plans we e amde and actlon lmmediately begun or the The boys got together and formed the H1 Y Club with Mr Youngblood Near December, these decided to have thelr pittures taken at Towers Studio in Indianapolls Be havlng an early appointment, there was hope in recelvmng the pictur sinti e for Chrlstman Upon receivlng these pictures, there was the usual air of disappointment happened to be of nature The enthuslasm for the basketball fans re ched a new peak at the Regional Tourney Mr and Mrs Rickel sponsered and directed a Cavalcadeof America Many of these seniors participated in this muslcal productlon In March, the senlor girls were entertalned by the Business and Professlonal Women's Club at the CannaryCottage Mlss Irma Zook from the Indlana Central College of Beauty Culture, was the quest speaker Cl 3 Csegfamenf The class of l9M9 wllls its prosperous and Joyful year to the class of 1950 Bob Adams wills his ability to go steady at the edge of a whip for several years to Jack Whelchel D1ck Adams wills his abillty to carry on an intelligent conversation in Physics class to Bob Norris Mariann Trennepohl wills her curly hair toClaud1aGinn. Mary Lou Brandom wills her first chair in band to Roma Sharrett. Eddie Brattain wills his shop ability to Russell Himes. Rosemary Spaur wills her ability to go with a McC!ords- ' s na s 1 class play, nBing A Song of Sixteen.N V A cf i an ville boy to Judy Sylvester. Robert Lum 15 wllls hls ablllty to et 1D studf hall wlthout turnlnv around to Johnny Bohall Georgina Baker wills her lovefku'cookinp to anyoruewho wants lt Jack Orr wllls hls ulPtHDS to Alliswn Mollenkonh Joan il lS wllls h helght to Patty Lindamood Don Kell rmeyc wills hls spe d on the bascetball floor to Don Coons Clar Gruel wllls her ablllty to vet out of clas t helm CHS county nurs to anyone vho can vet by wlth lt Joan mble ills her bookkeeoing ability'toD1ck Collins Sue Cummins wills her alto volce to Mr Brown sherry Rash wllls her dl les M larrls Nyda Caudell wlllsherablllty babyslt to Sue Gamble Marllee Boren wllls her mall stature to Nancy Brown Jlr inia Kellam wlllslun'yell leadlng ab1lity'unBhillib Rugene Adams wllls hls curly black dalr to J1m DeaKyne Juene Hunt wllls her willlngness to study to Bev rly Dowden Joretta Kelly wills h qulet tr d to Sharon sivler Turnan Rushton wllls hls ize J R Plank Teddy Rushton wllls hls kHOJ19dg9 of wiHSt9lHS th o of relatlvlty to Mr Youngblood Pev rly Mood wllls her drum ma or blllty to Carl Jefry Margie Sylvester wlll her abillty to orkln the OfIiCe the last period to Jack Allen R a'f 1 ll ls ablllty to drlve an old car to Dlck Low rv Gay Bee Goudy wllls her trump t ablllty to Le Molne Combs Clarence Humbles wllls hls abillty to drlve a tractor without runnlnv lnto corn crlb to J net Ma tln Nancy Duzan wills her ablllty to be eng ged at lxteen to Nancy Sylvester Jlmmle Johnson wllls hls b own eyes to Mrs Je ry M. . . . . 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Q31 99 P9 fe Dear Miss Bower, Having earned a vacation f om the Los Angeles Hosoltal where I have been worklng slnce graduation from Indiana Unlv rsity, I declded to ViS1t my high school graduatlng classmates I left Los Angles 1n my jet plane, stopolng first 1n Arizona to VlSlt Ted Rushton,cwner ofa large ranch Ted decided to go wlth me on the journey After we landed at the Fortville We declded to go to Wyomlng where Ranger He is in charge of 60,000 sequently he was too busy to accompany Indlana Jack Orr 1S a forest acres of trmber, con us, so we advanced to Alrport late the same evenlng, we stopped at a large restaurant on the edge of town Imagine our surprl e to flnd that thls fine enormous quite a while, f1nd1ng that this was the head office of his Chaln of restaurants Beverly Wood was hlsgrlvate secretary, taklng care of the great amount of Eddie's business Eddie sald lt was largely due to Beverly's good work that he had enpanded so rapldly Drlving around the next day in Eddie's convertable, we visited Georgina Beyers on her farm southwest of Fortvllle ClTCllUg farther west,we arrived at the large farm of Turman Rushton Ted visited for qulte sometime with his brother As we came back to Fortville, we stopped at Clara Bolander's who still lives in town We next visited our almamater, where Bob Lummis is now principal The school has grown to an enrollment of lO0O students We decided to go up to Chicago to see Bob Adams who succeeded the Mayo Brothers and has moved the clinic here Arriving at the Fortville Airport we met Jimmie Johnson who runs the airport He showed us some of the new planes in the hangals Bradford Shull designed.themand many more that are in all parts of North and South America Jimmie said he would tale us in a rocket plane to see Bob When we reached Chlcago we discovered that Bob has the best clinic bulldlngs in he world, and they should be, because his brother, Dlck, engineered them Bob has three class mates as head nurses Joan Willis is head nurse of the children's ward, Marjorie Sylvester is superintendent of nurses, and Gay Bee Goudy is Chlef of the emergency ward Gay Bee plays the trumpet on the side She plays when Harry James is a As we way We went next to the University Royal, largest and new est university in the world Juene Hunt is an instructor there and is writing and she is writing a novel she is gainlng fame from the books of poetry she Sue Cummlns is Dean of Girls at the university, were preparing to leave the university, we saw a golden streak coming. We discovered that it was Clarence Humbles in his yellow Pontiac rocket car. He said he had been out checking on his rocket space ship. It seems he had discovered a new fuel for rockets while working at the university, and so he made a rocket space ship. SS PO 6 restaurant was owned by Bddie Brattain. We talked to Eddie Eugene Adam was circling the planet Mars on a test flight, We flew to New York City where Joretta Kelly, Joan Gamble, and Mary Lou Brandon are secretaries of chief dele- gates. Nancy Duzan and Nyda Caudell are housewives at the edge of New York City. Their estaies are sightseeing places for world tourists. Also in New York, we met Sherry Rash, w o 15 Q costume deslvner Nerllae oxen molel tnen for , and tfve twev have de fortunes Rose arg Snaur nas been tnerr successful busrness never As we left New Yorl, we thought about another class mate we couldn't see see s he flrv n a rellan e Pres1dent's se ret ry, 3CcO'D3'lnd the Presldent on a tour to Europe. le armlved in Arlzona a few fours later Here I drop ped Ted off and contlnued ny 3 ulney one A former student from the class of HM9 , Don Eellermeyer ACKN OJILBDGEMIINTS lshe nrcs Ur titzde to r HenrxC vCh3lbl9, ho ga C M P Het J r ll nvotoer o X of 1s book The lmdl ldutl ole W' or on by TwwQp'5 Stldio lndlan nolls L slr- 5' 'Won byl L L, eng fx l3l3pOllS h ' , ' . s', , . .al'lw F is A f, s I 1 her a,ether ,hed Qu s na' .,'. m f c 4 . It TTT t,.,.t ' ' ri- l 'ie 5. , th ' s c u had c ,A l', L J '. -AI 'I Q -L ' li . ' , 1 Y o r h M . ' 11 . Z lr . The l9'+9 rtradmetlur class of tke Furtville Hich School w' .s to K: :sz its Y no 1 , Ml. f j , C ' wh y'? sue: if ,:'s Mel, 'z the Ah V a,hj iQ', , , . D ' 'I at , 5 ' Tl, Q 'S Ml lf' fill, 5 3 in The f rst 'dt , adds were tum- . J. . Ute ,f lnd- Cf1HJP Y 23 The senior play, 'Sing A Song of Sixte , was giv n Octover 90, l9M3, and directed by Mlss Crouch The story of the play takes place in Professor Robln son's ho e He recelves a telegram whlch tells him that he must vo to the estate ol hls brother who is dead, but later in the play turns out to be true It was the DO1lCY, or Hanov r Academy to enter the Trl State Music Contest The fun starts when GGOTZIHS Doray nd Ken Robinson arrived at the Robinson household at about the same time Miss Doray represents a New York theatrlcal agency which to rylng to entice Hanover Academy to give a muslcal comedy at the Trl State Jlth theLr f ther, Profes sor Robidson, professor of music at the academy, gone, J.ne the contest The play ends wlth Hanover Academy winning the State for the flrst ti e ln a numb of years an rofessor Roblnson comlng home to flnd that h1s dead broth r really wasn't dead, but who had drlfted lnto the Robimson home 1 the disgulse of a tramp The cast 1S as follows David Roblnson Uncle Ben Miss Stewart Marcella Jane Roblnson Ken Robinson Georglne Doray Ellen Summers Miss Williams Plp Tony Spaghelli Mr Dick Henry Goddard Addie Teague Mary John prof ssor of music Dick Adams his colored servant Don Kellermeyer principal of Hanover Nyda Caudell Academy her niece Sherry Rash the professor's Sue Cummins daughter his son, a freshman Bob Lummis at Harvard from New York City Juene Hunt a student at the Joan Gamble Ac demy and elderly s lnster Ellen's kid brother Eddie Brattaln a nice man Clarence Humbles a stranger LH dlsgulse Bob Adams a sophomore Bradford Shull another sophomore Mary Lou Brandom a class mate Nancy Duzan a sophomore Jimmle Johnson Bev rly Wood - 196 i ' S en H e , , Q vw . 1 A Q 4 , . e3 f O g. - A Q .- . 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I Q M'HlOP fa 8.1 The Junlor play "Fattletale" a given on May 6, 19M- Mis Bower directed the play The story o the plaf 15 th t tt Blaine, nlafed b Sue Cunmi1s,is a Q ga school Cl 1 13 ls rltlrg a nasslon ate love story, and suggests to bo f 1 n od nlaved bv Donal Kellerne, r txat he 'bor own the nr1nc1nle's new typewrlter so that she mar flnlsh her nov l The hllarlous mixmp beglns when she sends her story into the local paper to vet en ugm oney to nay for the t pewrlter waich sne had accldentally broken She get her dlarv, 1U whicn sae tells only true facts of the townspeople 1U an effort to curb her wlld lmavlnat on, swlt hed wlth tae novel, and the diary 15 de Lacey, her en name The nlot thlckens when Mr Nixon, tne DT1DClD l, played by Bob Adams, olf rs 100 reward for anyone discov rlng who rnlntrude lS Under the dlT9Ct1OD of Tod and Patty's girl frlend, Ida May, played b Mary Lou B andom, the only ones who Vnow the true author of Her Secret Heart, the hlph school students form a parade with Brmlntrude 1D efrlvy and Pattv leadlnv the parade to detour su p1C1OH from her In the end all worled out well because the sleepy town of P3lTVlPW wakes un and decides that the thlngs ln thediary w re really true The ca t is as follows Patty Blaine Mrs Blaine Mr Blaine Artle Blaine Ida May I abel Paul Cunmlngs Mr NlXOH Tod Mrs Nixon Mlss Ulggam Walt Kennedy Louella Monica B ney Mr ditaker Mr Llxley Mrs Lorimer Qulz tne tattletale her mother her father Pattf's kid brother her girlfriend her older slster edlto OL tne local paper the xlgh school princlnal Sue Cu lns Juene Hunt Robert Lummis Dick Adams Mary Lou Brandom Gay Bee Goudy Clarence Humbles Bob Adams her bojfrlend Donald Kellermeyer hls wife Joan Willls a blond schoolt cher Beverly Wood detectlve Homer ROblHSOD student Marlann Trennepohl student Virglnia Yellam student Ted usaton nresrdent o the Bradford Shull scnool board buslness man nddle Brattaln nresldent o vomen's argorle Sylvester club a reporter Sherry Rash , Igy Q u Q 5 J A 1 , , w,s J . . 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' ' I , 1 , . 1 " ., I I P Q ' I Q A fl Et!! . sl g , lm- X 7 Y 9 , 'A ,, an f 6 Nth Row left to rlvnt Peggy Cushman, Ruthann Griffey, Kyradee McKay, Beverlf Lakll, Joe Bohn, Lois Brandom, Karen Gross, David Brooks, Pay 'anship, Alan Helms 3rd Row left to rlvut Mr Leavltt, Jerry McFarland, James Morse, Rob rt Drake, Kennetn Melto , Phyllis Falr leki, Ruth Ann Hutsell, Nancy Davls, Jerry Ward Abney, Janet Roblnson, Janice Trueblood, Barbara Sylvester, Billy Bell, Polly Schlnlaub, Peggy White, Larry Godby lst Row left to right Wayne Alford, Hugh Griffln, Billie Dyer, Jack Davls, Ronnie Sheldon, Alvln Connor, Jack Yastor Nth Row left to right Jerry Petty, Charlene Jarret, Allen Rees Mary Noel, Jarre Zies, Rhonda Lewls, Charl s Sewell, Jane Robertson, John Applegate, Dick Harden 3rd Row left to right Georgia Wood, Mrs Radar, teacher, Ralph Neffle, John Sylv ster, Darlene Sparrow, Sandra Rens forth Billy Smith, Lou Ann Hawk, Norma Webb, Doris Rich creek, Donnie McClintock 2nd Row left to rlvht Jerry Wolfgang, Sandra Kellam, Linda Helbert,Barbara Manshlp, Bobby Owens, Alzettia Mollen kopf, Lorece Osborn, Virginia Pearson, Regena French lst Rox left to right Mickey Alford, Ronnle Stafford, Charles Brandle, Jimmy Short, Jack Lockridge, Robert Davld son, Charles Call, John woods 'ztd 2nd Row: left to right: Sue Thomas, Mildred Bell, Nancy 44:4 , - 1 lilllll' -af. 40 3:- ff Mth Row left to rlvht Larry Huber, Jlnmle Kast r, C' le Ada , Judlth Alley, Richard Drake, Doris Cook, Marv Jane Oxon Tom Brown Galr l 1sborn, ax all, Pon ld Olvey, L vodne Huff, t c r 3r left to rlght Davld Colson, ar Tv Franz ,Nartha Welsch Nor a Durham, Janet Spaar, e ulua, Sue Ul n Klnpen Lester Johnson, John 71lll3WSOH, oy Lee Qulck, Bonnie Huber Dnd Row left to rlght Anna Fi her, Hlberta Pearson, Lewis Garst, Allan Wllson, Carolyn Hlday, Dianne Prown, Yay Shel don, Jo Anne Hutsell, Dee Noe, Jane Anne Fausset lst Pow l ft to right Harry Odom, Bruce orse, Davld Farland, Tarry Wood, Wayne Klqg ry, Harold Jayne Woe, Jim McFarland like lanagan, Jan Helbert 3rd Row Frances Apolegate, Donald Jebb, Leo Ann Norris, Douglas Fugett, Sandra Manls, Thomas Branlgln, Linda Suiter Jerry Gimple, Miss Sewell 2n Mrs Rickel, Hicaey Thomas, Bruce Flanagan, Jane Hudson, Stewart Rafert, Billy Helton, Sarah Jane Crouch Karen Griffey, harcia Gross, John Cook lst Row Bette Brown Jerry Brown, Jana Ferrell, Brenda Lee Mary Jo Elsbury Wen ell Brandom, Jerry Owens, Janet Craw ford, Larry Dav s, Allce Van Zant 9 1 : u , : . , Q Ia . , . , x T'Y J ' . . 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A 5 . . e 1 l . . . 7 O Q 'I d 1.07-J: g - L - 9 va I : A .. 1 C 3rd Row left to rivnt Glenn Petty, Jerry McFarland, Allen Davls, Larry Nanis, Johnny Hendrlcks, Charles Richwine,Steve Campbell, Bill Johnson, Tommy Wood, D vld Cash, 'rs Caster line 2nd Pow left to rlght Davld Caudell Jimmv Godbey, Larry Frazer, Margie Reese, Phyllisanne Rat s Delorice Durham Shirley Thompson, Roma Cook, Glenda Frenck, Larry Lawson, Billy Giddings lst Row left to rlght Johnnie Brandon, Tommy McCord, Junior Elsbury, Georgianna Jones, Agnes Garst, SharonHutsel, Rita Sue Young, Carolyn Robertson, Patricia Davis, Bill Col Absent Phil Penforth, Linda Ferrell, Ann Short, Sally Ferrell, Martha Shively, Dixle Overton, Richard Hiller, Larry Cooper, Dennis Cozart Nth Row Mrs DeVaney, mlm Thomas Sharon Caudell, Mary Alice Durham, Billy Stommell, Jlmmy Jarrett, Ned Griffin, Jimmy Cross, Raymond Gruel, Sandra McCord, Kay Hunt 3rd Row Paul Spaur, Ronnie Mack, Jeff Hudson, Larry Cannaday, Billy Godbey, Shall s Burk, Carolyn Sue Martin, Wayne Cox, Gloria iley, Wllma Morrow, Bobby Vebb 2nd Pow Paula Sue Dean, Lynda Trennepohl, Carolyn Ann Hibbs, Ellen Jane Graham, Susan Griffey, Linda Lou Brown, Charlene Heiden, Sara Jane Howell, Nancy Moore, Karen Olvey, Barbara Garst lst Row Barry Lee McKay, Charles Alan Harper, Derrell Overton, Jessie Cool, Bobby Young, Jimmy Stanley, Jan Dobb ins, David Branlgan, Davld Edenfield : 1' : A A A Q ' .' .. a n . . I A L , ., 1 I - son, Wilfred True. : r 0 : . l'u ', , . . , : ' Z7 L : I 1 . ' - .I . . 7 J 46 417 Sb ff CV IZIETIVITIES 1 'W' W sf:-+ ff 'at f if 1- In 44,4 ,, -Jim. Q . , ' , V V 7, ut i if -5' ' ' ' '14, w .:7.. . ' Ki La K - 5 5 ig' it pu- 3 as gg., 2 I qjW,qf"31' ali 3A.3fiN ff i.s Q'b34 Q " if. .-3 ' -27 REEL x nf. 4' I I, A rl g!! ul I t "L ve. SSS Sth Row left to rlvht Targle S lvester, Clara Cruel, Betty Bland Kay DaV1S, Mary Lou Brandom, Gay Bee Goudy, Erllne Lumm s, Joan Wlllis, Nancy Duzan Nth Row left to rlght Mildred Brandon, Alberta Cramer, Betty Riddle, Judy Sylvester, Juene Hunt, Helen Sharrett, Janet Martin, Gwendolyn Crickmore, Nyda June Caudell,Georgia Fort, Patrlcla Argabright, Joan Sharrit, Gertrude Crouch, sponsor 3rd Row left to rlght Joan Gamble, Jewel Richwine, Sharon Sigler, Wilma Hines, Jane Lindamood, Myrna Cowden, Margie Duzan, Joretta Kelly, Georgina Baker, Bev rly Dowden, Faith Vail, Nancy Brown, Claudia Ginn, Margorie Mahoney 2nd Row left to right Virginla Kellam, Joan Gldgel Alberta Denny, Frances Vaughn, Nancy Sfartz, Rosalie Vernon Nancy Sylvester, Beverly Denger, Mariann Trennopohl, June Cannaday Marilee Bowen, Ruth Ellen Noel, Leota Cramer,Willo mene Les er Goudy Alllson Nollenkopf, Sherry Kellermeyer, Sherry Rash Roma harrett, Carolyn Sulter, Beverly Wood Judy Kellam Janice Cas , wilma Goff, Janet Artlur Absent Sue Cummins Mth Row left to right Bob Lummls, Jim Deakyne, Teddy Rush ton, Jack Colson, Peter McKay, Bradford Shull, Turman Rush ton 3rd Row left to right Sam Myers, Robert Lacy, Bob Norrls Charles Youngblood, sponsor, Bob Adams, Don Cushman, John Joe Hlday, Dick Adams 2nd Row left to right James Fisher, Leroy Reger, Bob Bland, Don Coons, Tommy Dean, Richard Lowry, Bob Smith Kenneth Graham, Lafe Shultz lst Row left to rlght Don Kellermeyer, Dick Collins, Danny Noe, Dale Cannaday, Tracy Trueblood,RodericHJQzdr1ck Donald Jenklns, Russell Hlmes, Bruce Cor an : Y: ' . 1 , U . Y' , lst Row: left to right: Nila Richards, Sue Gamble, Patsy J, X , 5 v U v 9 fins : : ' , 1 n 0 ' , Under the guldance of Mr Charles Youngblood and the Y M C A of Indiana, the Hi Y organization was launched for the flrst time at Fortville High School The officers were president, Robert Lummis, vice president, Jim Deakyne, secretary, Robert Lacy, and treasurer, Robert Norris During the year there were several outstandlng speak ers, Miss Marie Adams, a local missionary who has worked in China, Moses Mahoi a native from Africa who is studying at Indiana Central Co lege, and Rev Estal Taylor, the minister of the local Chrlstian Church In the fall, the organizatlon sent a large dellgation to the Fall Dlstrict Meetlng at New Castle It was voted at this meetlng that the Sprlng Conventlonbe held at Fortville The Sprlng Conventlon was held on March the 22, at the high school building There we e seventeen schools repre sented from Distrlct 5 The topis of the conventlon was, 'It's Your Life ' This toplc was declded upon in a meeting Indianapolis the preceeding January From thls maln topic there were s1X dlSCHSSiOH groups that presented the diff erent phases of the main topic The evening meal was held ln the high school gym The Band Parents prepared the meal and the Sunshlne Society served The special music was fur nished by the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Muslc and Mary Lou Brandom Donald Kellermeyer, a member of the H1 Y, gave the welcome address Mrs Rickel led the group singlng Rev stal Taylor gave the address of the afternoon night a panel on the toplcs discussed in the afternoon was given by some of the flslting organizations Amo g the other activitl s the organlzatlon undertook were a bake sale and hat ard coat check system atthe home basketball game Ak? ' .I . u 4 of the districts presidents and advisors which met in ' . Ai SSS Thls year marked t1e tenth annlv sary of tne Sunsqrne Society ln ortvllle Hrgh School Oflic rs for the year l9H8 H9 ere president, Sue Cuw lns, vlce president, Mary Lou Prandom, recordlng s cretarv, V rv La Kellam,treasurer, Gay Bee Goudy, corre ondlng secretary, Nyda June Caudell Janet Wwrtin and Alb ta Denny x re anpolnted to act as soclal hairman and Claudia Glnn was selected to be Sunsarne Chair an September October November Dece ber January ebruary March Aprll Tay Sunshine Calendar Hivh School Fixer Initiatlon of 2? rreshman glT1S Sth grade party Irs Hollenbach wasspeaker Riley fund collectlon was 251110 32 Dlstrlct conventr n at Center Grove Cfficers decorated Christman tree H1 Y and Sunshine had chill suuoer in cafeterla and later went c lol ng to varlous shutins kiss Narle fdams sooke to the glTlS on Culna xecutlve board meetlng State Sunshlne comventlon at New Castle Birthday party for 'others Elect on of officers normal dance at Levaon Hall Charles Hull' orchestra The Sunshine Society last summer, sent presldent and vlce president Sue Cumm ns and Mary Lou Brandom, to St te Sunshlne Camo at Ca p Tecumseh near Delphi, Indiana Under the soofsorsalp of Niss Crouch, the Sunshine feel that the year has been a successful one . . , . . . . , . V Y 5 I' l , . . ,., . . - J I' 0 - 'ff . .WT . A ,J . G ' M 1 . 131 . S T7 ' o r ,V f . 9 In '.'Q A . . , . C. ' L vw U , O ' ' . v-, . - a A, , U , 1 ., 4 -1 o 1 ' -I f . A .J o V . 9 ' A A I ,-- 1 t . ' - - U , . . - . '. . .x 5 I a D E ' ' ' . 1 I . 1 A rg , g 3. 0 1 H . .X . OA , S 0 , 3. 5. . m . -H. 1 1 0 ,W . . . 1. , . . A . 1 , w ar 2nd Row: left to right: Howard Harris, Turman Rushton, Nancy Brown, Joan Gamble, Margie Duzan, Franklin Crosely, Floreen Jefry. lst Row: left to right: Dale Cannaday, Charlotte Durack, Frances Vaughn, Ned Brown, Rex Brown, Roselyn Kelly, Jack Whelchel. Jew GMU The Latin Club was organlzed 1D l9M8 under the sponsor ship of Miss Crouch, temporary cnair an, Clarence Humbles, and secretary, Gay Bee Goudy It lS stated 1U the constitutlon that there are to be slx meetings per year Tae o lcers ar elected the last meetlng of the calendar year, and the new officers take office the first meeting of the new calendar year The purpose of the club is to give the members a better understanding of the Latln language and of the Romans who spoke it The first offlcers were plesldent, Clarence Humbles, v1ce president, Juene Hunt, secretary, Sherry Rash, treasur er, Jim Deakyne, and social chairman, Sue Cummins The vlce president is also the program chalrman Officers elected for the present year are president, Bob Norrls, vlce president, Jim Deakyne, secreatarv, Helen Sharrett, tr asurer, Peter McKay, and social chalrman, rl ne Lummis the SUDeTViS1OH of Miss Crouch and Mr Owens The purpose of the student council is to advise the student body ln thelr class problems and to vote on new mea sures brought up by the individual classes from the grades seven to twelve Each class is represented in the council by twomembers, one boy and one glrl, and they are chosen by their class members Two faculty advlsers are appointed each year to help conduct the meetings The members of the student coun cil are choosen on their ab1l1ty to fit the position and their willingness to speak for their class The officers for the student councll organlzatlon are the President, Vice Presldent, and the Secretary The offi cers are selected by the student council members and are voted upon by the entire high school student body The student council holds their meetings the first Tues day following the six weeks grading period The meetings are held under the supervision of the two facutly advlsers, Mrs Jefry and Mr Harris The two important measures voted on this year the Student Council were the purchasing of class sweaters he sophomore year and the purchasing of class jewlery the junior year These two measures were favored greatl he student body as well as by the council members The officers of the student council are President Turman Rushton Vice Presldent James Whelchel Secretary Margie Duzan I I Q ' m A . ' . I f f' e 1' 0 O Q . " L O I l. A , S 0 The council was organized in nineteen forty-one under O . - 1 - . 1 ' O Q ,- I 0 l l by . A Q ' in t K in . v by t 0 Q0 3rd Row left to right Don Kellermeyer, Bob Adams, Bob Norris, James Flsher, Peter McKay, Clarence Humbles Bob Lummis, Jim Deakyne, Don Coons, Roderick Kendrick Dick Adams. 2nd Row: left to right: Juene Hunt, Georgia Fort, Helen Sharrett, Janet Martin, Gay Bee Goudy, Erline Lummis, Nancy Brown,Nancy Swartz, Rosalie Vernon, Gertrude Crouch,sponsor. lst Row: left to right: Joan Gudgel, Alberta Dennr, Frances Vaughn Sherry Rash, Wilma Himes, Kay Davis, Carolyn Suiter, Patsy Goudy, Allison Mollenkopf. A group ol seventeen hlstory students,under the leader s 1 of Mrs Jefry, 'net arch 9, 191-P9 ln the history room of Fortville High School,and formed the Fortville History Club lhe maln purpose of the club is to create a keener in tere t ln social studles and current events Another pur nose 13 to aid the students who attend and participate in the annual model United Natlon Assemblyat Anderson College were re d by Mrs Jefry and approved unanlmou ly by the stu dents present The tltle, Fortville Hlstory Club, was se lected as the name of the club At thls meeting Jack Taylor of And rson College gave lniormatlon pertaining to the Unlted Natlons Assembly f 199 The office s for the club were elected as follows presldent, Don Kellermeyer, vice president, Robert Lacy, secretary, Alb rta Denney, and treasurer, Sherry Rash 1, K' ' A- - At the first meeting the articles of the constitution n - n N Q O 1' First Row: left to right: Sherry Rash, Francis Vaughn, A1- berta Denny, Janet Martin, Juene Hunt, Nancy Duzan, Georgina Baker, Mrs. Jefry. Second Row: left to right: Donlad Kellermeyer, Bob Norris, Dick Adams, Richard Lowry, Bob Lacy, James Fisher. Third Row: left to right: Bob Adams, Peter VcKay, James Dea- Kyne, Robert Lum is. and Mth Row left to rivht Donald Kellermeyer, Jack Allen, Donald Coons, Dick Collins, Gay Bee Goudy, Claudia Ginn, Max Griffey 3rd Row left to right Marvin Riddle,Raymond Doty Clarence Humbles, Janet Martin, Erllne Lummis, Helen Sharrett, Joan Gudgel, Nancy Swartz, Alberta Denny 2nd Row left to right Sue Ellen Hlday, Joretta Kelly, Mary Lou Brandom,Charlotte Durack,Juene Hunt,Roma Sharrett, Martha Ann Owens, Rosalyn Kelly, Patsy Goudy, Band Dlrector Mrs Rickel Trueblood, Jack Humbles, Pat Jarrett, Marlene Wilson, Polly Schlnlaub, Ruth Ann Griffey, Karen Gross Twirlers 2nd Row left to right Carolyn Hiday, Sidney Adams, Janie Hudson lst Row left to right Nancy Brown, Beverly Wood, Julia Kellam, Allison Mollenkopf Flag Bearers lst Row left to right Betty Smith, Faith Vail, Janice Cash, She ry Kellermeyer lst Row: left to right: Judy Fuqua, Le Moine Combs, Tracy Y Nth Ro! left to right Robert Lacy, Bob Lummis, Jimmie Johnson, Bob Adams, Jim Deakyne, Peter McKay, Jack Colson, Dick Adams, Richard Lowry 3rd Row left to right Donald Kellermeyer, Sam Myers, Joretta Kelly, D ck Collins,Bruce Corman,Jac Allen, Russel Himes 2nd Row left to right Sharon Sigler, Janet Martln, Erline Lummis, Helen Sharrett, Alberta Denny, Georgia Fort, Janice Cash, Claudia Ginn, Nancy Brown Roma Sharrett, June Canna day, Frances Vaughn, Beverly Riciel, director lst Row left to right Rosalie Vernon, Mary Lou Brandom, Juene Hunt, Nancy Swartz, Patsy Goudy, Allison Mollenkopf, Beverly Wood, Sherry Rash, fllma Goff, Faith Vail, Carolyn Suiter, Julia Kellam, Gay Bee Goudy Clarence Hnmblesl Bob Norris, Nyda Caudellkz Joan Willisi Piv- dll' r 544 ,,. rw Q' f 1 1:- QL'- . ,V 2 ww ' Lf pm T0 fin, Jr --di. 4 4 Q tariff' ti s 6114? if 'gf ff, f 'S i 4 fr '35 QV ik gi y 't 5 Y Q? wfxqqqh i ff -sf 9 L aw-x YAG- rf A-f L "-Fifi , Jixf' eu .401 v -. ,V n Y' Q' if 1553? 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'l 1 :-ff" ' N' V:1 V.--11" 6609 2nd Row left to rleht Danny Noe, Kenneth Graham, James Bob Lummls, student manager, Peter McKa , Dlck Adams lst Row left to right Robert Lacy, Jlm Deakvne, Teddy Rushton, Turman Rushton, Bob Norris, Donald Kellermeyer Fisher,. assistant student manager, Lloyd O. Brown, coaoh, . V . . Season Record Markeleville Middletown Greenfleld Summitv1lle St Mary's Pendleton Mt Comfort Clayton Marklevllle Morristown Walnut Grove County Tourney New Palistine Wilkinson Charlottesville LCf1nalsJ windfall Noblesville Danville Pendleton St Iary's Sectional Tourney Wden Greenfield Franklin Twp wffinalsb Regional Tourney Amo Summitvllle Cfinalsb A new local record was set by the Demons at Fortville A score of 82 noints was converted t set this record and was set while playlng against windfall Fortville had an offensive total of 1268 points whilethe opponents were held to lOH7 nolnts Thls was an offensive average of SO 72 noints ner game while the defensive avera e was H1 88 oolnts ner game, making an average margln of 8 points per game F. 45 M3 w' 51+ Ng M 50 ' 3 W 39 ' 60 W M6 . M3 an 35 32 W 50 . 26 W 64 30 w M3 ' M6 LQ 51+ 50 J' 62 f 29 VV 57 So N' M8 no W' M8 52 SN Fairmount M7 Agn 82 So f 39 vif 53 32 W H9 5 wr 3M , -1 19+ ,- gl J 3h.vV N5 39 'V 53 . 32 69 53 VV Ml ' 61 L A . 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D ak Rob Herman Regional Tournex Fortville 69 Summitville 61 Amo 53 norivllle Ml Coach Ted Toro 6400 Name Heivht elvht Pos Grade fge Rushton, Teddy N 1 Rushton, Turman Kellermeyer, Donald Adams, Dick Norris, Bob DeaKyne, Jim Lacy, Bob McKay, Peter Noe, Danny DDY HUSHTON Will receive 257 noints durlng season and II OH I 1 O 1 1 1 O 1 O 1 2 1 O 1 O tvo service strlpes He scored tourney play TURMAN RUSHTON Will also receive two service stripes scored 289 DOlDtS during season and tourney play DON KELLHRMEYFR will receine two service strives He scor ed 156 points during play this season JIM DEAKYT Being only a Junior,he will b back next ye r This is kms second year on the varsity squad He scored 366 pornts this season He will probablv be deoedded upon to a great extent next ball season BOB NORRIS JUDlOT also, second year on varsity team scored 166 polnts this year Will probablf be a very valu able nlayer next year BOB LACY A Junior seeing only llmlted action this year but proving to be an efficient reserveand could play elther for ward or quard Should make a good man on the startlng line up next year 3 No. C, 'O . 1 5 6' 1 68 F Sr. 18 8 6' 20 6 C Sr. 11 5' ev 35 G ST. 7 5' 9U 37 F ST- A 3 5' 10 5 G JT. 10 6' ln 8 F Jr. 12 5' 1 3 G Jr. 9 6' 1' 6 F JT. Graham, Kenny 6 5' 8U 158 G Soph H 5' 6U 3 G FT. . - . He ' - ' ' . He 1 tux G P 4 Front Row left to rlght B111 Stevens, Jack whelchel, Dale Cannaday, Tom Dean, Danny Noe, Bob Orr, Dick Griffey Second Row left to rlght Bob Lacy, Clarence Humbles Bob Norris, B111 Caldwell, Sam Meye1s, Lafe Shultz, Donald ell ermeyer Standing left to rlght Teddj Rushton, Coach L O Brown Jim DeaKyne, Jack Orr, Turman Rushton, James Fisher, Kenneth Graham, Peter McKay Date March 6 March 18 March 21 Nth week of April May 3 May 15 May 13 Opposltion New Palestine NcCordsv1lle Greenfleld Mr Comfort County Track Meet Noblesvllle Relays halklefille Sectional T1me 30 Place Here Here Here Greenfield NOblPSV1119 There : ' : 1 . . , -4 ' 2:00 March 14 Wilkinson-Eden 2:00 Here ' 2:00 ' 0 X ' , 7:30 . ' f ' 1 2: -4 Y f 'N vc 'bw -5-,re Q9 id! HHH SM: HS P? 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