Freelandville High School - Dutch Echoes Yearbook (Freelandville, IN)

 - Class of 1957

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We are mindful of the lesson taught mn the great thought that, "They also serve who only s1t and wa1t . . We, the Seruors of l957, wxsh to dedlcate th1s 1ssue of Dutch Echoes to Gerald Lee Polk, our former classmate ,. M, ,, A. V RQ! QW 1 F' f N1 4 Qi f,,--4'4" gp. IDA County Superxntendent Trustee Lloyd A Allen W1llard Klutey Next 1n lmportance to freedom and JL1St1C6 is publlc educatlon wxth out whlch ne1ther freedom nor just1ce can be permanently maumtalned James A Garfleld ,a-an fldvlsory Board fox-can "6" if E rnesl Bubenzer A-Rug 'X G i Paul Finke or i147 Ray Singleton S 5 fl-'Q 'Q il: Q 5, fi? .rt -"--'7'fff-e-i-- f ,L - . -M , , . X . J' ' fl 1 Q, ' . ,iff f 41 o , X, fl fi if I ,, if N7 1 rf I ,fe - 1 1 1' f 1' . xg, 'f I , , , - 1 ,yG . 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X t the property generous and noble nund ald and good others Seneca Anal ' FERN BROADWELL General Busxness Typxng Ar1thmet1c Oakland Cxty College Indxana State A B Degree RUTH HEDDEN Musxc Bob Jones College Ind1ana State Jordan Conservatory of Musxc Ind1annapol1s III ' 4 4. 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Band Flag Bearer . .Tumor Play Pep Club Cheerleader Assmstant Lxbrarlan Dutch Echoes Sports Edxtor H ANITA KUHN Dramatxcs Club Band Band Secretary Band Reporter Dance Band Chorus Chorus Reporter 4 H Song Leader Jr Leader Pep Club Beta Club Dutch Data Staff Dutch Echoes Staff Jumor Play ,Z " ............. 2 Z,3,-4 ......,.........l,2,3,4 ..............l,Z,3,4 4- .......................... 1 G.A.A. ................... . 1,2 1,2 4-H ................... l,Z . ........,..... .3 S. .....---.... I, X Ls' 4 ..... .... . Q- 35493 "'4.'?""' 'qi-4-'71 W LORETTA .LIKE Chorus .........,...,,,.,..... 4 Dutfh Efhrmb bt! 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Q FIRST ROW Lou1se Kluesner Mary Chnkenbeard Karen Vance Jamce Buckthal Beverly Hatton Dxna Mzllxgan Paulette VanAntwerp Becky MCC lure SECOND ROW Terry Robbxns Donald Bubenzer B1lly Duzan Sam Wlllxams Charles Woolard Gary Daugherty Steven Klutey Mrs Noltxng FIRST ROW Cathy Horn Susan Koemg Fava Dxckman Ehzabeth Thompson Brenda Fra.z1er Susan Hoke Carolyn Berger SECOND ROW Cynthma Thornburgh Ronald Charlton Max Volle Bruce Horn Warren Purcell Stephen Frederxck Conrue Hxslxp THIRD ROW Mzke Held Kenneth Kopp Lloyd Mabes Stephen Kxrchoff Eddxe Cummlngs Jxmmy Strange Kenneth Carrxco Mrs Volle . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Z 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 , , . . FIRST ROW Penny Gates Jean Mengedoht Slurley Woolard Allce Dlck Mary I-hslxp Charlotte Hatton June Mengedoht Brenda Polk SECOND ROW Steven Koenlg Roger Horn Allen Kucmxller Marcxa R1nsch Cathy Rldgeway Edwxna Kxrchoff Shera Johamungsmexer Myra Patton THIRD ROW Joe Daugherty Fred Webster Jxmmy W1lls Allen Parkes Paul Smgleton Steven Jones Vxckxe Brocksmxth Dav1d Doane Mrs Walker Mark Lammers John Grabbe SECOND ROW Vera Stoeltxng Donna Begeman Brenda Brocksmrth Karen Lmneweber Susan K1xm1ller Glatha McCord Phyllxs Hageme1er Judy Pepmexer Marllyn Held THIRD ROW Llnda Fxnke Rebecca Land Joy Dell Krxmxller Dxann Warner Gale Mzlhgan Jean Sxngleton Jane Smgleton Ahce Begeman Wxlma Rrnsch Becky Kerns FOURTH ROW Donald Woolard Thomas Crow Bruce Trabant Terry Perklns Le she Horst John Koemg Gregory Purcell Tommy Robbms Mrs Snyder FIRST ROW: Stephen Hoke, Donald Van Antwerp, James Doane, Mark Diekman, Fred Hargis, FIRST ROW SECOND ROW ABSENT FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Vxrgxma Kerns Charles Thompson Jane H1sl1p Ralph Charlton Bllly Telllgman Darw1nK1rchoff Jan Byrne John Clmard Ronald Nlewalcl Carla Brocksmxth Lonme Duzan Stephen Horst David Trxnkle Donna Walker Pam Rldgeway Rlcky Shores Patr1c1a Strange Carol Trent Mrs Green Bxlly Schroeder Behnda Grabbe Kenny Begeman Joan Rothenberger Stanley Harbm Elame Fxnke Rxchard Cllnkenbeard Carolyn Perklns Mark Jones Judy Hargms Allan Horn Freddy Robblns Gayle Holscher Sue Lxnneweber Terry Carrlco Evelyn Adams ,L.1nda Ackman M1ss Cummmgs Bobby Woolard Jeffery Mxller Jean Dlckman John F'raz1er John Plelemexer Jane Parkes Walter Hoke - u 1 - , r 1 1 , . 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I n n 1 n , y , . - , 1 , v . u , , 1 1 1 , - Freelandvllle Hugh School llDl AL SENIOR BOY by Mr Keemg When you put togc ther all the traxts that m tm up the typ1eal I' HS be y you really haw a combxnatlon that 15 untque 'I 'ake the physu il prowf ss of LANCE KOENIG put 1t to work wlth a combxnitxon ot thr mtt lla Lt of JOHN HAYDEN and LARRY DDNKERLY and the good looks of JIM SMITli1ndtht persenalmtv of MIKE WARNER y u are thmn pre y well along the way To make the KOFDDIHHIIOTI mplete and some lovt fnature am veople that we fmcl IU WARREN SINCLETON R fresh thls mlxture each mght mth th s Jund sleep of DEAN JONES and you have a typtcal FHS boy IDEAL SENIOR GIRL by Lou1se Rlch The mdell sen1or gtrl ms easy on the eye because she has the ph togc nu qualttu s of SUSIE K CLARA LEE'S beauttful blonde hatr and smile and BOBBIE's dlmples and ye year round tan Her personallty and CIISPOSIIIOH are tops' because from CONNIE she gets tntc lltgenr and appeal from JAN our lleal atqumres great thoughttulness and censmderatu n jr all She lnhertts much amb1t1on 8l'lC1C1I'lVC toward accomphshment fr m JUDY and 1 qulet unassumtng nature from LORETTA PAULA's loxe for wholesom utclo dCt1Vltl6S and LEE's lrnagmatxon and dreams round L ut our 1deal's pe rs mnalmty fmt smgmg volce and respett for cultural values SHARON S's l we ft r ln ox mo wus complete thls phase Our dream IS deftmtely '1l0'iClCI' as exempllfud by SUE J's three years mtmbershxp on the cheerleadtng squad I'h1s well balanced mdxvxdual wlll succeed m her future FIIOILC of 1 career be xt that of a homemaker buslness exec ut1ve or SOLIBIIIL t cause she possesses the followmg traxts BILLIE's tact and dlplomacy SHARON T s abtllty to pxtch ln and master hard work BARBARA K's buslness acumen and appeal to strangers From thls compostte plcture our teeal 1S a popular gal because she ts tntelll ent pretty athletlc wholesome she possesses a pleaslng personallty and IS a reflned courteous and arnb1t1ous young lady CLASS POILM QMoments to Rememberl Freshmen Sophomores Jumors Senlors Pllgll Scnool days th1twe'll remember The day we entered F H S We were so qutet and so shy I ut now those days are gone forever The lHlt1atlOl'1 and the parttes too We had such fun llke we always do Wt 'll have these memortes forever Our Sophomore year found us Back together once agam We seemed to grow much closer Everyone was a frlend Our Junlor year of joys and tears Falth Hope and Flar1ty was our play Our receptlon was I Old Paree Our hlgh school days have come and gone They've seemed se ver long But we wlll love these days forever Our hard work on class prtjects Resulted tn a fme trlp East, These days w1ll lmger on forever School days turn to tht future And the present otsappcars The laughter we we'e glad to share Wlll echo thru the years Wh: n other nxghts and other days May ftnd us gone our separate ways, We 'll haxe Freelandulle school days to remn mber O xl i. U ' ' , . - ' . ' . . .' ' " , 1 1 2 X ' J , - ' '- , ' ' ' ' ,' . v - V - f Y ' 1 ' ' W ' I - o . 2 '- ftt' I C , -f ' v ,U , V . . ,, . 1 ' ' ' . 1 . e 1' ' ' - ' 'L ae ! D 1 J ' 1 I 1 I - 'V' K H ' ' ' I v 1- , s G , '- ' 'l ., , . ' ' ' ' ' , V' ' 1 ' s ,-. ' - ' s sp 3 Av' vv'L H . ' A , S' 4 K 'D ft . I . 4 A A l l I' . I A -f 4 1 l , - , ' C. K- LII' ' , - I U 1 - A 4 I 2 U H' ' 'H x 'A f I . In talent and culture our dream-girl is net lacking. From ANITA she has obtained a ' 2 ' ' ' x - ' ' 1 . , , o ' ' 1 t, I 2 ' . 'ic . ' ' ' C .. f , ' 1 "2 , F ' 1 - ' ' ." .4 -- .' , ' 1- " '1--b:- - , ' ' . . ' . 1 ,Q . ' , I ,, ' ' ' ll'R ll ' ' ' 'U3 ' D -T v 1 v I I A ' ' ' 1 . A 5 -5 , ,- Q ' 2 If , , ' , ' 1 Q ll ' ' ll N . . ' ll n ll- ' 3 , , Y y ' - -. 2 - r - K I-x CLASS HISTORY Time August 31 1945 Place Freelandville School Forty two six year olds marched into the first grade We found our teacher to be Miss Ruth who guided is through our first year During the year and summer we lost the followmg Mildred Lucas Jerry Page Janet Ruth Stark John Joe Pepmeier and Billy Helderman Nww we entered the second grade fully confident that we knew all there was to know about school Mrs Green taught us this year We gamed Karen Robbins and lost Kenny Burr Burt n Hollmgsworth Dean Jones Rodney Kirchoff Roger Stephenson and Roger Reedy It was now 1947 We entered the third grade under the direction of Mrs Snyder Patty Wright juined us Jwhn Brown Janice Hottle Herbert Parham Nancy Porter and Jlm W1lson moved away Rodney Kirchoff returned from overseas and spent a few months with us We were naw nine years old and had recess with the "older kids We had a hard time learning that our teacher Miss Bohmeier was now Mrs Huffer Mike Warner joined us for few months Patty Wright and Jerry Helderman left us We were really excited about our fifth year This year Mrs Volle was our teacher and we had our first class party We galned Dean Morgan Jlm Wilson and Herbert Parham Marjorie Dotson joined us for awhile but because of a new transfer ruling Marjorie and Jane MCC ur-mick left during the year Herbert Parham also left thls year We finally made it upstairs Our sixth grade teacher was Mr Johnson This year we had f n buxlding a medieval castle and dramatuzing a part of Knights of the Round Table' Dav1d Bement J1m Wilson and Gerald Polk left us thls year We welcomed Marilyn Robbins and Walter Dahnke In 1951 we entered the big assembly It was strange and frightening to us at first but after a few weeks we found we llked it Jim Brown Walter Dahnke and Mary Ann Strate moved away Harley Swick joined our class for a year This year under the direction of Mrs Wagner the Jr High presented an operetta called The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin " We gamed a Dean lJones1 and lost a Dean QMorganl high school party and elected class officers Our President was Judy Dlckman Vice President Sue Johnson Secretary Barbara Rlsley Treasurer Sue Klutey Student Council Larry Dunkerly and Connle Trent Our sponsor was Miss Bloebaum John Hayden and Loretta Like Joined us and Marilyn Robbins and Barbara Mabis withdrew 1953' Our senior year looked far away We went on an all day outlng to Spring Mill with our sponsors Miss Bloebaum and Mr Kramer Our class offlcers were President Jan Brocksmith Vice President John Hayden Secretary Sue Johnson Treasurer Connie Trent Student Councll Judy Dickman and Warren Singleton Mike Warner Joined us this year Lawrence Worley also Joined us but left durmg the summer Our Junior year was a very busy one We chose Miss Rich and Mr Holscher as sponsors and elected Larry Dunkerly President Barbara Risley Vice President Connie Trent Secretary Jan Brocksrmth Treasurer Mike Warner and Judy D1ckman Student Counc1l We gained Billie Vance and Roma Postlewaite Joined us for half a year Jerry and Clarence Kirk moved away The class play was "Faith Hope and Flarity For the reception we trans formed the gym into a street cafe scene of Gay Paree Seniors' At last' Miss Rich and Mr Koenig are our sponsors this year Our off1cers are President Larry Dunkerly Vice President Warren Singleton Secretary Barbara Risley Treasurer Connie Trent Karen Robblns withdrew leaving us with 22 ln our graduating class 17 of these Z2 have gone all 12 years together We have been busy makmg the annual and raxsmg money for our trip to Washmgton D C Soon we shall all be gone our separate ways but we shall never forget our school days F H S , ' ' : ' . . . , 1 . . l I . 1 T . Y I ' P ' ' " I - 1 I I I . . A . . . ,, . . . . l u . . . a . , . , - . . . u . . . .. . H . ,i . , . ' Y . . " ' n . ' . We were now green freshmen. This was an exciting year during which we attended our first . . i . . I . - ' , 1 , ' s , : ' . , ' . . ' : ' , ' ' ' , : , : , ' 5 . ' 9 ' . ' ' 2 ' . J . . . . H . - . . . ' II ll ' . 1 ' ' . ' 1 , ' Q . . . . ' u i , at CLASS WILLS We the Senlors of 1957 w1ll to the Senlors of 1958 all our good tlmes class co op eratxon and whole heartedness May your Senlor year be as much fun as ours was We the Senlors of 1957 w1ll to our two wonderful sponsors Miss Rlch and Mr Koen1g our thanks for the good advrce and frlendshlp they have g1ven us 1n the past year Jan Brocksmlth w1ll my ab1l1ty to take home books to Dennle Mengedoht Lee Donna DeMoss w1ll my ab1l1ty to use blg words to Janet Holhngsworth Paula Dlck w1ll my bass drum to Lols Lammers Judy Dlckman w1ll my G A A loyalty to Judy Hayden Larry Dunkerly w1ll my ab1l1ty to have two desks to Brooks Hartmg John Hayden wlll my ab1l1ty to sklp school to Gary Bubenzer Clara Held w1ll my farm l1fe to Karen Frederlck Sue Johnson w1ll my ab1l1ty to go steady to Sharon W1ll1ams Dean Jones w1ll my ab1l1ty to sleep 1n the assembly to J1m McClure Barbara Ke1th wlll my black ha1r to Sherry Dlekman Susle Klutey wlll my ablllty to get along wlth people to Lrnda Brooks Lance Koenlg wlll my ab1l1ty to go steady to Dlck Newell Anlta Kuhn wlll my smglng ablllty to Wllma Sager Loretta Llke wxll my ab1l1ty to be quxet rn study hall to Marllyn Strange Bobble Rrsley w1ll my he1ght to Nacy Koenxg Warren Sxngleton wlll my glrl frlends to Blll Wllls Jxm Smlth w1ll my ab1l1ty to keep my hp from flappmg to Raymond Trabant Sharon Smlth w1ll my saxaphone to Herman Detty Sharon T lllgman wlll my ab1l1ty to run around 1n school to the Rlnsch twlns Conn1e Trent wlll my ab1l1ty to have a lot of dates to Joyce Dugger Blllxe Vance wlll my ab1l1ty to convrnce people to Lynn Jones Mark Warner wxll my cowboy hat to anyone brave enough to Wear lt L . y . ., . i I' y . .. . . . 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I I' . . , . . . . i I, , ' '. 32 CLASS PROPHECY Jan IS a top stenographer wmth a salary of S200 a week She l1ves ln an upper 5th Avenue apartment mn New York and spends her month long Qw1th payl vacatlons travelmg mn Europe and all the excluswe parts of the world After becornmg the head nurse at Methodlst Hosp1tal and makmg a m1ll1on dollars Lee traveled all over the world She lxked It so much she became a nurse for travelmg d1gn1tar1es and as such goes on tours at least twmce a year Paula became a nurse and advanced very rap1dly m the fleld of Physmcal Therapy She lS known and accla1med all over the world for her treatments whxch cure arthrltls She has become very wealthy and several hospltals have been named for her Smce Judy always llked to wrlte storles she went to college and majored 1n Journal 1sm She IS now a world famous novel1st who travels all over the world gatherlng mater1al for more books Her latest 1S Levl Lou Be sure to read 1t' Larry attended Purdue and graduated wlth honors 1n the fleld of Mechanlcal Engmeerlng The government pald h1m several hundred thousand dollars to deslgn a "Turbo Prop Jet' whlch could go anwhere 1n no tlme When lt was belng bullt however a mlstake John who had no wmsh to see the world stayed home He owns a huge modern farm and has a very slzable nest egg 1n the bank He has marrled the g1rl of h1s dreams and they are very happy w1th thelr three chlldren Soon after graduatlon Clara marr1ed Guy They l1ve on theu' huge modern dalry farm w1th thelr set of twms and 100 holste1n cows Slnce the prlce of mllk went up and stayed up they have had no need to worry about money They have qulte a llttle fortune Salted away When Dean graduated he jolned the Army They llked hlm so well that they sent hmm to West Pomt He IS now the fu-st slx star general 1n the U S Army Thls has brought h1m much wealth and fame but he's st1ll the same nice guy he was 1n hlgh school Barbara Jean who always had a talent for managmg people and thlngs lS now a Per sonnel Manager 1n Macy's lH New York She has become rather wealthy but lt IS thought she w1ll soon marry her hxgh school sweetheart Sue and Chuck marr1ed soon after graduatlon are wealthy and have four lovely chlldren as a start on a large farn1ly Susle who always had somethmg funny to say IS now a top comedlenne and qu1z m1s tress She 1S rmch beyond comprehenswn even after the taxes are taken out' Her show IS called 'Dld You Bust Your Husband?" . - . . 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An1ta started out as a grade school teacher She d1dn't get far w1th that s1nce she was spotted by a talent scout from the Metropol1tan Opera Company She lS now s1ng1ng the ead 1n "A1da' Lance l1ked constructlon work so he went at It whole heartedly and now owns the Koemg Constructxon Company He 13 extremely wealthy and happy s1nce he marr1ed h1S h1gh school sweetheart After Loretta graduated she went to Flor1da for a vacat1on Wh1le she was there a rlch uncle dled and left her several m1ll1on dollars W1th th1s money she bullt an ultra modern hotel on the Gulf Coast The hotel IS br1ng1ng 1n the money and IS Sald to r1val all the Conrad H1lfOH hotels put toge her Bobby and Tuffy were marr1ed soon after her h1gh school graduat1on They l1ve on a huge farm and are very wealthy They also have two ch1ldren Warren attended Purdue and after hls graduat1on bought an 800 acre farm 1n Iowa T get r1d of all the beefsteaks he grew he started the S1ngleton Steak House 1n Ch1cago He 1S very wealthy SIHCC hamburgers are 4055 ap1ece J1m also Went to Purdue After h1s graduat1on he bought a 750 acre farm near Warren s There he grows those wonderful Smlth Hams that you pay 1 50 a lb for 1n your nearest grocery store Thls guy 1s really 1n the money' Sharon Sue want to V U and I S T C and graduated wlth honors ln Home Economlcs After a year or two she became the Head of the Bak1ng Department OI General M1lls Sharon T marr1ed Don soon after she graduated from hlgh school S1nce he stayed 1n the army and was moved frequently they have been all over the world In the1r travels they have p1cked up all k1nds of rare pa1nt1ngs and brlc a brac plus about s1x languages They are wealthy and hope to settle down soon 1n the1r own l1ttle Q71 home Conn1e 1S now a famous movle star She l1ves 1n an ultra modern apartment and makes 5 000 a day She has traveled all over the w rld to make dlfferent mov1es and IS well nown 1n all the best places I-I r latest p1cture 1s Mu der Came To See Me Blllle who was always good 1n math and chem1stry after extens1ve study at Purdue and other famous colleges IS now a famous research sc1ent1st at John Hopkms She IS known for her d1scovery of how to care Nosey People or the spec1es Popull Cur1ous1 and for her br1ll1ant advances on curmg Sprmg Fever or Ver Febr1s M1ke 1S an Internat1onal Good W1ll Ambassador He travels all over the world creat1ng fr1endsh1p and good w1ll for the U S He has an allowance of 500 OOO spendlng money plus alltravellng expenses Smce none of the boys IS marr1ed he Warren and Jlm often meet to hash over old t1mes and d1scuss plans for the future I . . ,. . . . . 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Ko ng R G 0 g th R T aba t L Mye 5 manager B Meyer manage Mr Holsch oa h Oaktown Monroe Clty Frltchton Bruc evxlle Decker Edwardsport P1a1nv1He B1ckneH Sandborn Elnora Pleasantv1He BruCev1He Wheatland Oahnwn Carlmsle Decker Chapel Wabash Valley Blcknell Varslty Re C They e serves They FIRST ROW: D. Mengecloht, J. McClure, V. Meier, D. Newell, E. Neal, G. Bubenzer, T. Vance W' 'W 50 51 37 40 Sandborn 46 74 30 37 ' 63 64 31 33 ' 47 62 32 34 ' 44 53 34 31 48 59 37 35 61 47 34 18 ' ' 66 76 57 22 ' 58 68 34 52 43 93 25 38 67 37 39 35 ' 51 63 28 30 ' 58 57 22 30 38 71 50 41 50 56 50 42 ' 39 80 22 30 44 45 31 34 I 46 58 Varsity Basketball Team 1 4 Lance Koenig Center Bob Strange Guard Vance Meler Guard Tom Vancl Forward HL rb Brocksmxth Furward Eddxe Neal Forward Varsity Basketball Team IX Dxck Newell Forward Gary Bubenzer Center Denme Mengedoht Guard l 'Q Jlm McClure Guard Ronald Groteguth Center Raymond Trabant Forward BASEBALL TEAM I 1 - an - FIRST ROW V Hlshp V Meler E Neal T Vance H Bronksmxth B Strange N Held SECOND ROW R Dlck R Groteguth L Koenlg G Bubenzer D Kxxmlller THIRD ROW J McClure B Meyer L Meyers B Hollmgsvwg th H Moody Jr Mr Holscher Three Cheers For The Cheerleaders pls nun.44u ,,.. Sharon Wxllxams Sue Ann Klutey Conme Trent Sue Johnson Reserves mllllil -4 huvfu DUTCH DU TCF DUT ein.. FIRST ROW K1xm11Ier R Duk V Hz, 2 A Blfkfid SECOND ROW Mr Holscher K Koemg ood, H11 Mr SML I I CQ if . A K Jw W V I " fe , , .nw "1 L , I I V I ' 6 ' 534 I' Q, ' Z . j " : , ' ' S I , Qy 'IQ' .1.:. ' : D. ' ' , . ' , , ilip, . - I' 1. ' 1 . - , . ' , H. M Jr., N. f-f, . -key. 43 E IRST ROW SECOND ROW :yer M Horn H Schafnr D Bm-nb W Smglgton R Walters R ra rdbant H Tlllx D Du. man H Kxxmxllex Buc :nlmr R Klausner Doane Purcell B Chnkenbeard Coach Mr Delvioss Joyce Sm1th Barbara Neal Ann Bubenzer ' ' 3 C. MH' , . , . ' , . ', . ' Y 2 , . ', .I ' T. . THIRD ROW: D, Koenig. A- Hagemier- JA Nlayor, K. Cvrotcguth, G. Vance, R. Julian, L.. r ,ff Q6 7. f JY Y A lj" f0 ,ff I0 4 Z W he 5 4 5 S K FIRST ROW V Wagner S Myers B Neal D Bxrnp K Groteguth K Bngeman M Slngleton N Broekbmlth ,T Famrbe -N. DeMobs SECOND ROW R Walters C Klrchoff J Stueltlng, B Hollmhsmmrth A Wagngr S Smlth S D1ekman THIRD ROW G McCord B McClure C HISIIQ C Rmdgeway FOURTH ROW L Kluesner Purcell J Bueschgr J Ixiayor D Koemg J Dugger Bubenzer K Smlth S Wllllams W Kxmxller B Hatton FIFTH ROW P Dxck A Kuhn B Cllrkenbearcl B Hartmng D Bateman D D1c:k N Koemg B Held FIRST ROW S Smlth C Trent S Johnson B Rlsley J Dxckman J Brockmmlth Klutey SECOND ROW ln:-nh D161 mar Fxederm L DeMobs Duk A Kuhn VBTMC Mr K.Jenlg THIRD ROW P VanAntwerp J Faxrsn A DeMo:s 1. Brooks L Lammnr K Smlth I. Bubenzer 1. Dunkerly : . , . , . " 2 ' Y, . ' 1' ': , . f , . 2 . , L. , . 'H ' , . ' , . 2 ' , . , . 1 . r , . . - , - I , - ' - - I ' , S- : J. R " , S. .k 'a, K. " f'k, . P. ', . , B. FOURTH ROW: J. McClure, VL. Dunkerly, W. Singleton, I... Koenig, G. Bubenzer, E. Neal. 1:- A, f - -4. If A flywjl M.. le yi' l ' E' 4 A A . , I, . ?A - 1 ' I ' ' il. I f. y E ,I Q , ' Nyf f x . A , . .. , . ' ,g.gj1j1n '- 1 1. I '- 5- ' 4 V 1+'2g r FIRST ROW L Bubenzer K Sm1th J Dugger S Volle C Holscher B Crabhe L Brooks N Koemg .T Brocksmlth B Vance B Kelth I Mengedoht M Thornburgh SECOND ROW V Wagner C Carrxco .T Hayden L Dunkerly ,L DeMoss M Charlton M Sxngleton M Hollingsworth L Jones J Holllngsworth A Kuhn C Held S Telllgman L Lammers L Lxke E Rlnsch EdxthR1nsch W Sager K Frederlck T Vance H Brocksmmth R Strange B Hartmg J McClure D Mengedoht V H1Sllp J Klrk S Myers W Kxxmzller J Fan-se FIRST ROW Mr Begeman E Neal J Sm1thW Slngleton V Mexer L Myers D Mengedoht SECOND ROW A Burkthal V I-hshp D Kxxnuller J Kerns Jr Moody R Trabant R Groteguth T K1xm1ller R Dlck K Koemg Qlfi THIRD ROW: A. DeMoss, B. Held, S. Williams, B. Meyer, D. Newell, B. Hollingsworth, FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIRST ROW THIRD ROW FOURTH ROW FIFTH ROW E Kirk P Dick S Klutey S Smith B Risley J Dickman J Brocksmith Miss Rich E Rinsch S Volle B Grabbe L Bubenzer J Dugger L Jones Myers M Hollingsworth M Smglemn M Charlton Rinsch W Kixmiller K Frederick S Diekman C Carrico J Hafden Wagner L Dunkerly K Smith Held J Rxnsch No Koenig L Lammers L Brooks S Williams Hollingsworth M Strange J Fairse W Sager Nilliams S Johnson C Trent S Klutey Lammerb B Grabbe W Sager J Hollingsworth M Berger Neal L DeMoss S Smith B Risley J Dickman L Brooks S Diekman Kuhn P Dick S Telligman C Held Myers M Hollingsworth M Singleton V Wagner C Holscher J Hayden Carrico L Dunkerly K Smith Jr Dugger L Bubenzer Stoelting 4. Wagner J Brocksmith L Jones J Fairse M Strange K Frederick W Kixmiller B Held S Voile A DeMoSS A Bubenzer N Brockamith S. , . A , . ' , , , I E. ' ,.",. ' . . ' , . ' , . ' . V. , . , . S . : B. , . ' , . ' , . , . , . ' ' , J. I 2 S, ' ' , . , . , . - SECOND ROW: M. Finke, S. Hollingsworth, J. Ackman, D. Dick, J. Rinsch, N. Koenig, L. 1 B. , . , . ' , . ' '. . A , - 1 - i A. ,.',. ' , . . : S. , . ' , . ' , . , . , - C. ' , , , , ' , . , . . : J. ' , : . . . ' , . . - ' , - v - FIRST ROW V Hxshp J McClure G Bubenzer J Dxckman B Rxsley M1ssBroadwel1 SECOND ROW B Kluesner C Meyer W Kmxmxller B Kelth S Johnson B Grabbe C Trent N Hagemexer THIRD ROW J Brocksmmth S Telhgman l.. Bubenzer L Lammers C Held A Kuhn Edltor ID chlef Ass1stant Edltor Sports Edltor Asslstant Sports Edltor Sports Ed1tor .Tumor Hlgh Front Offlce Edltor Feature Ed1tor Art Ed1tor Exchange Edltor Advxsor Judy D1ckman Gary Bubenzer Jlm McClure Vaughn HISTIP Robert Kluesner Lo1s Lammers Barbara Kexth Conn1e Trent Jan Brocksmlth Mlss Broadwell Humor Editor . . . . . . . Barbara Risley FIRST ROW S Johnson B Vance J Dickman J Brocksmith C Trent Miss Rich SECOND ROW S Smith S Klutey L Like B Risley B Keith S Telhgman L DeMoss Mr Koenig THIRD ROW L Koenig J Hayden D Jones M Warner P Dick W Singleton J Smith C Held L Dunkerly A Kuhn Editor in chief Jan Brocksmlth Assistant Editor Judy Dickman Sports Editor Lance Koenig Business Manager Billie Vance Art Editor Connie Trent Elementary Editor Clara Held Assistant Activities Editor John Hayden Sales Manager Barbara Keith Photographers Loretta L1ke Barbara Risley Widner Township History Larry Dunkerly Class Wills Sharon Telligman Class Prophecies Lee DeMoss Class History Judy Dickman Sue Johnson Class Poem Mlss Cummings Mrs Snider Sponsors Mlss Rich Mr Koenlg I would like to thank everybody who has helped to make the 1957 DUTCH ECHOES possible The Class would also like to thank all who have bought ads and annuals and have nelped us 1n any other Way Your editor in chief Activities Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Johnson ., . , . -. - . , PEP CLUB The Pep Club 1s now 5 years old It 1S made up of the g1rls who support the F1ght1n Dutch team Meetmgs are held to pract1ce new yells and Whlte blouses are worn at the tourneys and at some of the ball games G A A The object of the Curls' Athlet1c Assoc1at1on 15 to st1mulate part1c1pat1on 1n g1rls' athlet1cs and to promote ldeals of health and sportsmansh1p Membersh1p 1S open to all h1gh school g1rls who pay the1r dues Awards of chevrons and letters are g1ven on the bas1s of a State adopted po1nt system F F A The Future Farmers of Amer1ca or F A A IS the nat1onal organ1zat1on of by and for boys study1ng vocat1onal agnculture 1n h1gh school The foundat1on upon Wh1Ch the F F A organ1zat1on IS bu1lt 1ncludes leadersh1p and character development sports mansh1p co operat1on serv1ce thr1ft scholarsh1p 1mproved agr1culture organ1zed recreat1on c1t1zer1sh1p and patrlotlsm BETA CLUB The local Beta Club IS a member of the Nat1onal Beta Club of the Un1ted States of Amer1ca Members of the local club are chosen as a result of scholast1c attamment and character Thelr motto IS 'We lead by servmg othe s The1r purpose 1s embod1ed 1n the Beta Club Creed wh1ch demands serv1ce honesty and leadersh1p on the part of 1ts members SPORTS Vars1ty athlet1cs for Freelandv1lle H1gh School conslst of baseball 1n the fall of the year and basketball dur1ng the w1nter months Track was dropped last year because of the short per1od for track durmg our e1ght and one half months' school year and the unusually cool weather we have been exper1enc1ng 1n the sprmg Athl6t1CS for the Jr H1gh cons1st of basketball durmg the w1nter and "L1ttle League baseball for the summer months DUTCH DATA The Dutch Data IS the school paper publ1shed each gradmg per1od Reporters are chosen by each class Members of the Jun1or and Sen1or classes are chosen as staff members by the Sponsor Mlss Broadwell and the Ed1tor Judy D1ckman It 1S trad1 t1onal that the Assoc1ate Ed1tor Gary Bubenzer become Ed1tor next year News IS assembled under the superv1s1on of the Ed1tor The Advanced Typ1ng Class do the stenc1l and dupl1cat1on work BAND AND CHORUS The Freelandv1lle Band C33 membersj and the Chorus 155 membersj under the able d1rect1on of Mrs Ruth Hedden have enjoyed a successful and prof1table year The band took part 1n the V1ncennes Band Festlval V1ncennes Un1vers1ty Homecommg Purdue Band Day Chrlstmas Parade and presented novel entertamment at four home basketball games Ind1v1dual members from the band and chorus also took part 1n the Solo and Ensemble Contest 1n Evansv1lle Ind1ana W1nners at Evansv1lle took part 1n the "All State" Contest at Butler UHIVCTSIYY Ind1anapol1s Chorus members presented the 'Jolly Mxnstrel' for the publ1c on November 28 1956 Chorus off1cers are the follow1ng Pres1dent Brooks Hartmg Sec't Jan Brocksm1th L1brar1an Betty Grabbe Reporter An1ta Kuhn Band off1cers are Pres1dent Sharon Sm1th V1ce Pres1dent Sherry D1ekman Sec retary and Reporter An1ta Kuhn L1brar1an Lenora Bubenzer Ass1stant L1brar1an Kay Sm1th , . . . .1 . 0 1 . . . . . - . . . . 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N sq, :V I-A - 57, HISTORY OF WIDNER TUWNSHIP In 1804 Colonel Francxs V1go Commander of the Fort at Vmcennes and Samuel Small who was the government gunsm1th came 1nto th1s part of the country on a deer hunt They notlced the great number of walnut trees and other evldences of f1ne land On theu' return home they spoke of thls 1n the presenee of John W1dner who was engaged m the makmg of shmgles for Governor Harrlson s house When th1s work was f1n1shed he obtamed perm1ss1on from the Governor to make a locat1on of land He selected the land and soon had a l1ttle space cleared and a small cabm ready for h1s famlly They came 1n the fall of 1804 W1dner was the f1rst whlte settler ln the townshlp therefore th1s townshrp was named W1dner W1th the W1dner fam1ly came Andrew Wrlkms a brother m law who made a locat1on d1rectly across the road from Wxdners whlch IS known as the Locatlon Number 2 He soon marr1ed and moved onto h1s land In 1805 several famxlxes were added to the communlty In 1806 Captaln Charles Pork came from Kentucky w1th h1s large famrly The Indlans found east of the MISSISSIPPI Rlver by the f1rst explorers were the d1ffer ent d1v1s1ons of the great tr1be of Algonqums The P1ankashaws occupled the terrltory wh1ch IS now Knox County The 1nd1ans l1v1ng m W1dner Townshlp were a part of this tr1be For protectlon agamst these Indlans several forts were bullt one on John W1dner's place Th1s fort covered th ee fourths of an acre and had h1gh towers on each corner Dur1ng the unsettled condxtlons preceedmg the War of 1812 there were no add1t1ons to the settlements 1n the townsh1p Soon after the end of the war a number of people came from Pennsylvanla Ohlo and Kentucky People were stead1ly gatherlng at the Cross Roads' as the settlement whlch later became Freelandv1lle was formerly called Due to thls fact there was a need for a post offlce In 1856 Dr Freeland a lead1ng c1t1zen of that tlme sent to the government for an appl1cat1on for a post off1ce S1nce the commun1ty had to have some name 1t was called Freelandv1lle In the begmnmg of the E1ghteenth Century when the hardy ploneers began to push thelr way from Kentucky and the Eastern States 1nto thls part of the Indlana Terr1tory there were among them a number of Baptzst people As those people had been accustomed to attendmg church they decrded to organ1ze one of thelr own On the 20th day of May 1809 they organlzed the Mar1ah Creek Church The Mar1ah Creek Baptlst Church rs one of the oldest Bapt1st churches m the state of Ind1ana It IS the oldest Protestant church mn Knox County and 1S now the oldest Bapt1st church wxth a contmuous exlstence ln the State The next church to be organ1zed was the Morr1s Chapel M E Church About twelve members entered th1s organ1zat1on The present church a frame structure was erected 1n 1894 A well kept cemetery adjolns the church lot Several wealthy farmers have left an endowment for the purpose of keepmg up" the cemetery Twenty two C1Vll War veterans are bur1ed here The re are flve other churches ln W1dner townshlp one of whlch IS the Bethel Evangel 1cal Church w1th an enrollment of 708 members Many years ago a large sun d1al stood across the road from the Evangelmcal Church The dlal was about two feet m dxameter and stood on a pedestal about four feet hlgh As there were only a few clocks at the tlme many pecple made several trlps damly to the dlal to get the correct tlme , 1 1 , 1 , . 7 . . . . 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Many home Mlsslonarxes have been sent out from W1dner Townshmp The leaders of thrs llttle communlty whlch consrsts of about one sxxth of the townshrp are all church mlnded people The f1rst school IH Wldner TOWHSh1p opened 1n 1808 on the land of John Wldner One of the rooms of the home of John Wldner was used as a school room In the year 1810 when the Marlah Creek Church was bullt It was also used as a school and the puplls who had prevlously attended school at the J hn Wldner home now went to school at the Marlah Creek Church Some years later a one room log schoolbu1ld1ng was erected Thls school bu1ld1ng had no wlndows of glass but long sheets of greased paper were nalled over the open1ngs thls was the only means of llght that thls school had At one end of the room was a large open flreplace In order to keep warm the scholars sat upon a large log placed 1n front of the frreplace The flrst school bulldlng that was bullt ln Freelandvmlle was a frame school In 1874 a three room two story brlck bulldlng was erected where the present school 1s now located Th1s bu1ld1ng was soon out grown and no longer served 1ts purpose In 1912 a new bulldlng was erected followed by the add1t1on of a gymnasrum and aud1tor1um 1n 1926 By maklng numerous 1nter1or Lmprovements through the years th1s school stlll meets the needs of the students of Wmdner TOWHSh1p The currmculum also has steadxly broadened to the place that lt now glves baslc pre paratlon 1n almost all f1elds After the Freshman year there are avallable to students subject cholces that enable them to concentrate on and spec1al1ze 1n the fmeld of thelr cholce In commerce we offer two years of typlng bookkeeplng and shorthand Four years of Engllsh fou years of mathematlcs courses ln chemlstry and physlcs three years of soclal studles complete courses IH home economlcs and agr1culture fwlth shop tra1n1ngl dr1ver tralnlng physlcal educatlon and speclal act1v1t1es ln muslc are all avallable May the progresswe and far slghted sp1r1t of men l1ke Dr Freeland and John W1dner prevall throughout the future to keep our townshlp a lawabldrng God fearlng and energetlc community 1 ' 1 ' - . 1 1 . . 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A ' i 1 if Z " I Q55 ,-1 G' QM QDLLX PU 'U R 'su 45-4 47 0 G F Osterage Lumber Co VINCE NNILS The Home Bullder S Department Store Phone 71 3 INDIANA Comphrnents ARROW CCACH LINES Chartered Bus Llnes Phone 45 VINCENNES, INDIANA -U.. ' of Congratulatlons to the Class of '57 and to Freelandv1l1e I-hgh School SECURITY BANK 8: TRUST COMPANY VINCENNES, INDIA NA Servlng all of Knox County Branches at Edwardsport Freela.ndv1lle Oaktown Indlana. SHASTA COAL -ul 47 I 111 -- - - Congratulations to The Class of 1957 From SCHULTHEIS AND SONS Vincennes Reliable Furniture Store Free Dellvery ln Freelandvllle and V1c1n1ty Each Thursday Courtesy oi Compllments Vmcennes Auto T1p Top Dealers Creamery Assoc1at1on Company Barr Bulck Meadoxw Gold Dany Blyant Chexrolet Producti, K1xm1ller Inc lxleCorm1ck Inc Stdlcr 'xlotors Elson C Suns XM stfall lx otors Blgkntll Inc . . of I O 1 C O Gail Cart Sales . , I. - ' , ' "X" T ' A , l Best Wishes to Class of '57 From Dr and Mrs O Dell AND FAMILY BOOSTERS E andA Betty s Beauty Shop Vlfgll I-Iolhngsworth Bluhm s Barber Shop F1 eelandvllle Super SSTVICC Lmton Sportmg Goods Store Freelandvllle Free1andv111e Freelandvllle Freelandvllle Llnton nd Ind. nd nd nd BUILDERS QEr1ch and Bertj Contractlng and BL11Id11'1g ET1Ch H Tlek Freelandvllle Indlana Albert W T1ek Lawrencevllle, Inchana 1 ' , I . ' , I . ' .... ' , I . Dutch Cafe ...... Freelandville, Ind. . . . Compliments of Blue Bird Lines, Inc. Charter Bus SGTVICG 1418 Maln Street Phone 754 VINCENNES INDIA NA FULLERS I-IATCHERY FREELANDVILLE MILLINCI COMPANY Poultry and Eggs Master MIX FeedS Purlna Chows and Sanltatmons Baby Ch1CkS Custom Crlndlng Phone 16 3 Freelandvllle nd STRA TE PIELEMEIER Phgne 122 HARDWARE Electrlc Apphances Furnlture PHIULS Te1ev1s1on Phone 71 Freelandvllle Ind 3 . , I . Fertilizer . s' V ,i .Q 4 . Q , . Schaefer S Dry Good and Grocerles Free Dally Dohx ery Phone 79 FREELANDVILLE, I NDIA NA Comphrnente, o BETTER BICKNELI.. CLUB Blcknell Indldna f Comphments From FQEELANDVILLE 1 ELEPHONE COR PORA TION fSrn11e When You Telephonej 1 ' S c ' Free Parking J j , W. R. Kixmiller Ship'n Shore Blouses Ball Brand Boots Munsingvvear Lingerie Arrovt Shirts Life Girdles and Bra Dickie Matchrne's Weatherbird Shoes Wolverine Shoes Mohawk Rugs and Carpeting Phone 3 FREELANDNILLE INDIANA B st W1 hes to Class of 57 Freelander Implement Company Lornplete International Harvester Serwic c General Electric Appliances Philg is Scrvice Farrn Supplies K1TChOffGTOC6T1S s BOUSTERS Freelandville Indiana Walter and Gladys Ritterscarnp FI-eelandvlue Freelanclville Recreation F1-eelandvlue M I-I Brocksrnith Agency Freelandvlue SCh1US51CT Freelandville John B Smith Freelandville Indiana Indiana Indiana Indiana 7 I e 's A ' '--A 2 X " " ' , Indiana D n til I l Ol A . I lllllullaunnlll itll l I I . II I n ll I . I Cornphrnents of BA LTIC MILLS KIX MILLER IMP LE ME NT SA LES I Case Sales 81 Servlce BI'1II1OU Implements Chnton Cham Saws De Kalb Corn 81 Chlcks EDWARDSPOR T LUMBER COMPANY Roof1ng Palnts Bullders Supphes 'Let Us Flgure Your Needs Phone 67 Edwardsport nd Cornphrnents of KIXMILLER BROS I-hgh Grade Agrlcultural Llrnestone and Natlve Lumber Phone 124 or 126 Compllments KIRCHOFF BROS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Frcelandvdle, Ind, J. . ' H 'V . - . - . ' . I ' H , L, . V , I . ' ' of NUGENT DA1RY FARMS P1 od' L1L IN 1. L 1 'J 10111 E5 Q 13 Ft Qlcmdx Comp11n1e11Ls of BUCKTHAL S HXRD N XRE 5 11 L 1111111 11 Work 1D1f1OY'1L k UCI F005 111115 L01 L L LIC 4 LIIL L1x111l B 1 km 1 1 f A 1 1 To 111 Q w11fv NK dna, 1-XL OU Now 1 IU 1 - 1' , ,. 1 ' , I V A' Dairy ' LIL: 51-v Us 190: "D1' wt 1'1I'OIi1 1'Qf1 '1 Q1 'aww IO ZViJ1l'1 1'1:1"dxx51 1'v 1'1L11' ' 'Q 'fi ' L1 A 5 'TT Q 1 312 V 1 1 1 v 111- 111111,-Y 1:11. " " '111 1, 1 , J LY' 1'-A V4 --:'r1111. 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