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Chalrner Condon - f Cass County Super- intendent ot Schools. Mr. Condon re- cently took over the job, leaving a pre- vious engagement at Washington Township High School as principal. School Supervisors I. Vernon Zieg - - a veteran Cass County teacher, Mr. Zieg has very handily led the Iaclcson Twp. School to Cr successful term. He had previously been principal at Meta High School. Principal - Jackson Twp, High School E. P. Lowry - - lackson Twp. Trustee. This is Mr. Lowry's third year as trustee ot the Iackson Township schools. Mr. Lowry has been connected with schools for 41 years. GALVESTONIA Published by the Class of 1954 DEDICATED TO "All who take an active pafrt in our community? activities" Chalmer Condon - - Cass County Super- intendent ot Schools. Mr. Condon re- cently took over the job, leaving a pre- vious engagement at Washington Township High School as principal. School Supervisors I. Vernon Zieg - - a Veteran Cass County teacher, Mr. Zieg has very handily led the lackson Twp. School to a successful terrn. He had previously been principal at Meta High School. Principal - Jackson Twp. High School E. P. Lowry - - lackson Twp. Trustee. This is Mr. Lowry's third year as trustee of the lackson Township schools. Mr. Lowry has been connected with schools for 41 years. JUANITA ZIEG Logansport Manchester College AB. Degree Grades 7 and 8 MAURICE TOLBERT Hazleton Purdue B.S. Degree Phy. Ed. and Social Studies BEULAH PULLEN Burlington Purdue University B. S. Degree Indiana University Central Normal Coll Home Economics ege awe? Page Three CARL WILLIAMS Young America Central Normal College A.B. Degree. B.S. Degree Indiana University M. S. Degree Mathematics BEULAH GOLDSBERRY Wheatland Butler University A. B. Degree English CEDRIC WISE Elwood Carraberry B.S. Degree Coach JOHN B. RIGGS Francesville Purdue University B.S. Degree, M. S. Degree Agriculture, Science WILLIAM R. CHEEVER Anderson Ball State Teachers College B.S. Degree Prin. Lincoln Grade School Sixth Grade BETH JACKSON Burlington Indiana University Butler University First Grade INEZ SMALL Walton Ball State Teachers College Second Grade CLEO PUNTIUS Akron, Indiana Manchester College First Grade Page Four GRETNA GRAHAM Galveston Ball State Teachers College Fourth Grade MARY BAISINGEB Kokomo Indiana Central College Third Grade VELDA OUINN Kokomo Manchester Butler University First Grade VIRGIL HEBSHBERGER Greentown, Indiana Chicago Musical College B.A. in Public School Mu sic Indiana University M.S. Music Education Music 1-12 SENIOR CLASS WILL We are the Senior Class oi Galveston High School, Iackson Township, Cass County, State of Indiana. In this year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and fifty four, we are found to be at our most sound minds, but because our minds no longer function quite right, we hereby will and bequeath the following: I, Betty Donahue, hereby will my ability to change the color of my hair to Treva Pullen, and my good senior grades to Mary Apple. I, Sue Brown, hereby will my ability to get a diamond my senior year to Nancy Hicks, and my ability to go one year without cutting my hair to Fannie Scaulf. I, Laura Bone, hereby will my ability to have a ride to school every morning to Iudy Crockett. I, Nancy Hart, hereby will my ability to go steady for one year and a halt to Roberta Hol lingsworth. I, Carolyn Clark, hereby will my long, naturally wavy hair to Molly Mote. I, Kathy Greer, will my blue eyes to Carolyn Winslow, and my dimples to Iudy Chambers. I, Marilyn Iohnson, hereby will my ability to get my ears pierced to Iosephine Freeman, and my ability to ride in a new Chevie to Sara Anne Maze. I, Dick Pickle, hereby will my seat by the window Cin the office of coursel to Wilburn Boyd, and my ability to get a new car my senior year to Alan McCoy. I, Ioe Wisler, hereby will my old seat in chemistry class to Wayne Webb, and my bookkeep- ing book to Bob Cuthbert. I, lim Beechy, hereby will my ability to go to Walton six nights a week to Bill Iohnson, and my ability to sleep in the assembly to Gale Fogelsong. I, lim DeWitt, hereby will my ability to flirt with all the girls and yet not date any of them to Raymond Hunt and Bill Cuthbert. I, Charlie Hunt, hereby will my curly hair to Gerald Sullivan, and my ability to go steady to Stan Smith. I, Russell Scott, hereby will my typewriter that makes too many mistakes to Larry Raven- craft, and my ability to blush to Bud Cripe. I, Tom Wilson, hereby will my worn out Ag. notebook to Sam Goldsberry, and my ability to go with a yell leader to Bob Kitchel. Page Five HM BEECHY 4-H l, 2, 3, 4, Siudenl Manager Z, 3, 4, Class Of- ficer 2, Chorus l, 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Annual staff 4. LAURA BONE Sunshine l, 2, 3, 4, Sun- shine Officer 3, 4, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4. SUE BROWN 4-H l, Class Officer 4, Chorus ll 2, 3, 4, Sunshine l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4. CAHOLYN CLARK Sunshine l, 2, 3, 4, Band l ,2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, 4-H 3, Pa- per Sfaff 4, Annual Staff 4. HM DQWITT Eniered from Washingfon Twp. 2, 4-H 3, 4, Baskef- ball 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Softball 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Play 4. BETTY DGNAHUE Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, Annual Slalf 4. DlCK HCKLE 4-H l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Sofi- ball 2, 3, 4, Annual Siaff 4, Paper Staff 4, Class Play 4, Class Officer Z. KATHY GREER 4-H l, 2, 3, 4, Sunshine l, Z, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Annual Slaff 4, Class Play 4. NANCY HART T Sunshine ll 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H, l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Annual Staff, l, Paper Staff 1, 4-H Officer 2. OM WILSON Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, Softball 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Officer 3, 4, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. l OE WISLER CHARLES HUNT Entered from Jefferson Twp. Basketball ll 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, , , Tipton co. 1, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 3 4 Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4. Class Officer l, 2, Class Play 3, 4, 4-H l, 2, 3, 4-H Officer 1, 2, 3, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4. MARILYN lOl-INSON 4-H l, 2, 4-H Officer 2, Chorus 4: Sunshine Officer 1, 2, 4, Class Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Paper Staff 4. RUSSELL SCOTT Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Officer 3, Class Of- ficer l, Annual Staff 4. SENIOR CLASS PROPI-IECY San Francisco, California December 31, 1973 Dear Mr. Zieg: Since it has been nearly 20 years since May 7, 1954, I thought you might like to hear about the people in my class since we have graduated. Iust to inform you how I found this all out, my sister-in-law, Betty Donahue, who is now married to Bob Gillam, was looking through our old annual with me and since it was so close to New Years Eve, we decided to have a party for our class and their wives or husbands. As the party started Laura Bone and her husband, Harold Cook, came in and while we were talking Laura said they had a nice farm with 500 head of cattle. The next to arrive was Marilyn Iohnson and Dick Fickle, who are now married. I suppose you know Dick owns the Fickle Pickle Factory, at Indianapolis. Tom Wilson was talking or bragging about his 600 acre ranch in Texas, where they found oil on all but 250 acres. Russell Scott, who is a big photographer for Look magazine, was showing some of the pic- tures he had taken and they were all of girls in bathing suits. Nancy Hart, who is the great Madam Riley, the famous dress designer, and her husband, Ronnie, came late as usual. Ronnie is half owner of the Pennsylvania Railroad, so they had no trouble getting here. They brought their son along. He is sixteen and stands 6 feet 3 inches. Ioe Wisler, who now owns the Barber Shop Ballroom here in California, is really doing great. His wife is one of the biggest performers. I saw Kathy Greer and Charlie Hunt go into the dining room and I thought I would take a peek, and there they were, litter Bugging. I asked them where they learned to dance like that and they said that they had a dance studio of their own. Iim DeWitt was a little late: it was because one of the machines in his Ham-Salad Factory broke down and had to be repaired. Iim Beechy and his wife Ioyce were a little late because they had to wait on commercial passenger planes to take off at the Walton Airbase. lim owns a private plane. He also owns the Beechy Garage in Walton, Indiana. Last to arrive was Carolyn Clark who didn't think she was going to get away from the hos- pital. Her husband just couldn't get away, he is the great Dr. Kinsey who has been in the news again lately. Since Don and I have a big resort, I take great pleasure in asking you to come and spend a week with us, free of charge. I close with best wishes from the Senior Class of 1954. Sincerely yours, Marion Sue Brown, Donahue. P. S. Happy New Year! Page Eight IN OUR YOUNGER DAYS W. .L, TOM WILSON DICK FICKLE JIM BEECHY JIM DeWITT MARILYN JOHNSON RUSSELL SCOTT JOE WISLER CAROLYN CLARK BETTY DONAHUE KATHY GREER SUE BROWN NANCY HART LAURA BONE SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In September l95U, twenty-tour green Freshmen got aboard to take a long boat ride through high school. At the start of the first part ot our journey was Miss Oppenhiem, our sponsor, to go along with us. As we got aboard one by one she named each of us, lim Beechy, Laura Bone, Dee Brown, Sue Brown, Carolyn Clark, lim Darland, Betty Donahue, Oneta Erwin, Dick Fickle, Kathy Greer, Bob Gillam, Nancy Hart, Charlie Hunt, Carol Hodgson, lane Hosier, lean Hosier, Marilyn Iohnson, Bill Patterson, Iudy Porter, Loudell Rockwell, Russell Scott, Richard Stover, Torn Wilson, and Ioe Wisler. As we started to leave we elected Marilyn johnson, president, Ioe Wisler, vice-president, Loudell Rockwell, treasurer, Russell Scott, secretaryg Dee Brown, reporter. On our journey we had some special events which were freshmen initiation, Sunshine initiation, class party, Sweet- heart Ball, and a biology tour to Turkey Run. We stopped our boat for a rest, then it was time to go on through our Sophomore year. We again had to elect new students to help so we elected Iim Beechy, president, Laura Bone, vice presi- dentg Marilyn Iohnson, secretary and treasurer: Tom Wilson, reporter, and Dale Kingseed as our sponsor. In the middle of our trip Dale Kingseed had to go help Uncle Same so to take his place was Mr. Bojda. As we went along, Richard Stover, Loudell Rockwell, and Carol Hodgson decid- ed not to finish the trip with us. We still went on with our trip, so we ordered our class rings, had a class party, and Sunshine convention. To refill one place Iim DeWitt wanted to go along with us but still three more got oH. They were jean Hosier, Oneta Erwin, and Bill Patterson. To go on with our trip we decided that Bill Shipley would help us through this year with Tom Wilson as president, Laura Bone, vice president, Iudy Porter, treasurerp Marilyn Iohnson, sec- retary. To keep us going we had our Iunior and Senior reception, autumn prom, and our class play "l-Ienpecked Husband", and Betty Donahue was queen oi the Sweetheart ball. Bob Gillam and lane Hosier decided to get oft and let us go by ourselves. As we pulled into the last station to end our trip we had our sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Zieg, Tom Wilson, presidentg Laura Bone, vice president, Sue Brown, treasurerg and Marilyn johnson, secretary. We stopped long enough to go to the Harvest Moon Prom, had our pictures taken at Adamsville, had our Class Play, guidance day, and Sunshine Supper for the girls. From our crew members, Nancy Hart was our Halloween Queen and Marilyn Iohnson, Sweetheart Ball Queen. The ones leaving us in our senior year were Dee Brown, ludy Porter and Iim Darland. It was about time for our journey to be over and as we were getting off the boat Mr. and Mrs. Zieg called out Nancy Hart, Sue Brown, Betty Donahue, Kathy Greer, Marilyn Iohnson, Carolyn Clark, Laura Bone, Dick Pickle, joe Wisler, Charlie Hunt, Tom Wilson, lim Beechy, Iim Dewitt and Russell Scott. Page 1 Ten .n JQW' -...rf , aj 1521 .nx,,"2 Page Eleven JUNIOR CLASS Mary Apple Wilburn Boyd Iudy Chambers Iudy Crockett Bill Cuthbert Bob Cuthbert Gale Foqelsonq Iosephine Freeman Sam Glodsberry, Ir. Nancy Hicks Roberta Hollingsworth Raymond Hunt Bill Iohnson Bob Kitchel Sara Maze Alan McCoy Molly Mote Treva Pullen Larry Ravencraft Fanny Scaulf Marcella Smith Stan Smith Gerald Sullivan Wayne Webb Carolyn Winslow SOPHOMORE CLASS Dan Ault Ioyce Baber Rose Bridqes Sharon Carden Ianet Chambers Connie Clark Mary lane Couk Bill Cripe Donna DeWitt Carolyn Duncan Shirley Ernry Milfred Freeman Larry Gordon Donna Hall Carmen McClain Calvin Myers Margie Naphew Carl Peity Tom Power lack Umbarqer Carol Wilson Ioyce Winters Shirley White l wie Page Twelve 'Swv Page Thirteen FRESHMAN CLASS Lillie Mae Armstronq Betty Atkisson Larry Bevinqton Charles Bowman Vickie Carden Iim Couk Phyllis Day Albert Dempsey Sharon DeWitt Franjean Gordon Rosemarie Greer Rita Hodson Rodger Hollinqworth Donnie Hosier Ronnie Hosier Martha Hunt Bert Lacey Ronnie Lynas Charlotte Merrell Ierry Robertson Sharon Rose Stanley Sallee Larry Scott Mary Verbryck Sharon Armstrong Richard Baber Iirn Crockett Marsha Cunningham Iudy Davis Iohn Dixon Richard Duncan Dale Eaker Iean Edwards Bonnie Fogelsong Mike Goldsberry Ruby Hunt Marcia Huston Carl Iohnson Max Iackson Doug Myers Karen Patterson Phillip Peterson Russell Porter Marion Pullen Ioyce Rice Iudy Robertson David Rodabaugh Lynn Rudolph Ioe Scott Karen Smiley Don Spence Maurice Soence Sharon Springer Max Sullivan Barbara West Paul Wooley EIGHTH GRADE Page Fourteen Page Fifteen SEVENTH GRADE Ronnie Abbott Connie Amos Iudy Baber Mike Barker Glen Bone Marilyn Bone Charline Butler Iirn Carden Iimmy Dempsey Marcia Dutchess Ronnie Freeman Larry Goldsberry Linda Hall Loretta Hodson Linda Hosier Bill Hunt Bobby Iackson Cynthia Iohnson David Iohnson lanet Klepfer Shirley Lacey Roqer Lynas Ioe Munson Virqinia Null Ioan Peterson Hose Ann Rexstrew Patsy Ronk Sharon Rank Nieta Rose Everett Scott Ronnie Springer George Taylor Frank Thomas Iames Umbarqer Suzan Warner Rosie White Patsy Winters Harvey Wirick FOURTH GRADE ludy Bell Mickey Bevinqton Pallas Bowley limrny Burrows Beverly Bullick Larry Burrows lohnny Butler Gary Carden Delores Duncan Clinton Eaker Connie Edwards Kathy Gray Sherry Malicoat left Porter Stephen Rice Mary Lynn Sallee Marilyn Spence Steven Stamper Gary Taylor Rusty Vickers lerry Dean Walker Marjorie Walker lack Warner lerry Mike Weaver Iimmy West loan Wininqer Dewey Wirick Ronnie Woolley Page Eighteen SEVENTH GRADE Ronnie Abbott Connie Amos Iudy Baber Mike Barker Glen Bone Marilyn Bone Charline Butler Iim Carden Iimmy Dempsey Marcia Dutchess Ronnie Freeman Larry Goldsberry Linda Hall Loretta Hodson Linda Hosier Bill Hunt Bobby Iackson Cynthia Iohnson David Iohnson Ianet Klepter Shirley Lacey Roger Lynas loe Munson Virainia Nult Ioan Peterson Rose Ann Rexstrew Patsy Ronk Sharon Ronk Nieta Rose Everett Scott Ronnie Springer George Taylor Frank Thomas Iames Umbarqer Suzan Warner Rosie White Patsy Winters Harvey Wirick Page Fifteen SIXTH GRADE Barbara Amos Carolyn Atlcisson Marcia Attebury Don Benny lanice Bookmiller Iames Bridges Frank Cree Ierry Cripe Iimmy Dean Phyllis Duncan Ianet Edwards lohn Hart Pamela Hollingsworth Roberta Iernaaan Phyllis Kantman lerry Lowe Patty Marshand Sandra Marshand Rosalie McClain lane Ann Moon lack Munson lanet Osborne lamilee Richards Connie Ronlc Kent Rose Charles Scault Marilyn Smiley Sandra Smith Danny Spence Nancy Walker Robert Warner Marjorie West Charlotte White Max Wilson Ierry Wininqer Phil Wooley ludy Wininaer Page Sixteen Page Seventeen FIFTH GRADE Wanda Abbott Billy Ammerman lohn Barger Nancy Barnes loye Bone David Bullick Marcia Couk Harold Crook Dick Cunningham David Dague George Dean Lora lean Freeman Ralph Freeman Donald Gillam Ann Gordon Ellen Hall limmie Harbin Larry Hawkins lerry Huston David Iackson Charles Iohnson Diane Klepher Richard Long Maxine McClain Sharon Naphew Philip Patterson Dan Pettay Dick Bonk lan Bose Phillip Shelly Linda Springer Sandra Stafford Iames Vickers Bobby Wininger ludy Winslow Sylvia Wirick FDURTH GRADE ludy Bell Mickey Bevinqion Pallas Bowley lirnmy Burrows Beverly Bullick Larry Burrows lohnny Builer Gary Carden Delores Duncan Clinton Eaker Connie Edwards Kathy Gray Sherry Malicoat lerl Porter Stephen Rice Mary Lynn Sallee Marilyn Spence Steven Stamper Gary Taylor Rusty Vickers lerry Dean Walker Marjorie Walker lack Warner lerry Mike Weaver Iimmy West loan Wininqer Dewey Wlrick Ronnie Woolley Page Eighteen Page Nineteen 'THIRD GRADE Willard Abbott Bernard Ault, lr. Ann Barger David Black Gecrge Bookmiller Donald Bowman Peggy Bridges Kenneth Bullick Royce Chambers Larry Cripe David Crockett Garry Day Creg Dutchess Becky Edwards Pat Gillam Frances Gish Wayne Goldsberry Diane Hardin Carol Hensell Paula Hollingsworth Donna Hosier Cheryl Iohnson Elaine Kaufman Linda Marr Benny Mize Bobby Mize Micheal Moss lohnny Parks Lee Pettay Nancy Ravencratt Marshan Riley Eddie Robertson Larry Robison Rita Sallee Susie Salmons lettery Sanders Sharon Stattord Phillip Sullivan Cheryl Thomas Merigail Vickers Shirley Wheeler Margaret White Absent: Mike Lindquist Boy Grooms Ellen Neighbors SECOND GRADE Bobby Ammerman Connie lo Amos Kay Armstrong loe Baber Max Bell Charles Bookmiller Beverly Brown Barbara Bullick loe Carden Mary Ann Cree Susan Daque lanet Day Rita Ann Graham Larry Hardin Linda Hart Connie Sue Hawkins Steven Hicks Danny lackson Donna lernaqan Connie Lee lohnson Richard Kranz Bobby Lynas Susan Malicoat lanet Marschand Frances Martin Iimmy Bay Clfirst Grade? Terry Biley Danny Bonk Neal Ronk left Rudolph Billy Scott Ellen Scott loe Spence Marcus Sprinkle Tommy Warner Becky Wininqer lay Winters Page Twenty ' but Page Twenty-one FIRST GRADE Bobby Baisinqer Alice Boring Lucky Bowley ludy Bridqes Phillip Bullick Boqer Bullick Carolyn Campbell Gary Childers Dick Cheever Linda Cree Beverly Cree Billy Duncan Bud Fivecoate Steve Foqelsonq Gary Freeman Kathy Cinder Dale Gray Terry Henninqer Connie Hosier Vicki Hosier lanet Hurley Connie Marschand Iill Munson Beverly Csborn Steve Porter Carol Peterson Ioe Riley Mary Richards Tana Rose Dale Rutherford Boqer Sallee Ierlrey Scott Iudith Scott Linda Scott Carol Sims Sue Ellen Smith Sandra Snyder Kent Spence Susan Spence Christine Spitznoqle Roberta Sprinkle Billy Sonotrank Marsha Stattord Sandra Thompson Iudy Scott Brenda Warner Angela Warner Dennis Wheeler Linda Wilson Brenda While Steve Wininqer Billy Winters Bonnie Wiriclc Marcile Wise 1. Boys in summer check weight ol pigs 4. Looking for crawvdads 2. Taste ieslers in Biology 5. Dick and Charlie work bookkeeping 3, Sam, Donna, Dick 6, Down along Deer Creek Page Twenty-two I , ' , . 1. County soil judging contest 4. The Biology Class collects weed seeds 2. The eighth grade tests milk 5, Marcia gets a lesson from Mary 3, Future farmers at work 6, Pitch them in win them out 7, Caught in the act of climbing a fence Page Twenty-three Page Twenty-tour llNClllN AUIVITIES l. Practical Hygiene A Everyone washes up be- tore going to lunch. 2. A supervised play program is a part ot grade school education, 3. Small students I Big books. The fourth grade in Class. 4. lt's surprising the number ot calls a school gets in a day. Miss Small assures a mother that little Iohnny will bring his boots home tonight. Q w-Wim T- Page Twenty-live 1. The school lunch pro- qrorn is big business in cz school of Lincoln's size. Mr. Ferguson lends o honcl to Mrs. Ferguson ond Mrs. Browninq, the school cooks. 2. lf only school could be crll qym clorsses! 3. lt is better to teach qornes thot have been iried ond proven than to leave youngsters to their own imoqindion. Mrs. Quinn is Working with ihe iirsi qrcrde. Sue demonstrates Wl1o's teaching whom? The Biology Class collects leaves Cement Mixers Page Twenty-si 5 6 7 8 x Physics, such a nice subject The Ag. I class, working on calf shelters Building shelters tor Gene Petty Adams and his helpers Sunshine Breakfast Junior Play Cast Basket Ball Shoot And then someone stole him 5. Seniors oil to see Adams 6, Community Christmas Party 7. Mr. Zieg crowns Halloween Oueen. Judy, Nancy, Vickie! Carolyn 8. Convocation in assembly Page Twenty-seven Sweetheart Ball Queen and Het Court MABJHRIE NAPHEW, Sophomore VICKI CARDEN, Freshman MARILYN JUHNSDN, Senior Oueen SARA ANNE MAZE, Junior Page Tweniy-eight SUNSHINE SOCIETY Our Sunshine ship set sail on September 26 for the years of l953-54. Iudy Crockett, Treva Pullen, Ianet Chambers, and our sponsor, Mrs. Pullen journeyed to Indianapolis to the Marott Hotel to the State President and Sponsors' luncheon. On Sunday afternoon, September 27, our chapter met at the Methodist Church for our formal candle-light initiation. The Freshmen initiated were Lillie Mae Armstrong, Vicki Carden, Phyllis Day, Sharon DeWitt, Franjean Gordon, Rita Hodson, Rose Marie Greer, Martha Hunt, Sharon Rose, Charlotte Merrell, Mary VerBryck, Betty Atkinson, and Norma Rush. On October IO we went to the District Sunshine Convention at Delphi, Indiana. October 3, we held our Autumn Prom in the gymnasium to raise money for the Riley Fund. Early on the morne ing of November 25, we gathered in the Home Economics room to cook our Thanksgiving Breakfast. The Sunshine girls enteriained the high school boys at a Christmas dinner party at the gymnasium on December 23. After the party the group went caroling. In February we sailed over to the county bzrsketball tournament and sold cokes, ice cream, and pop corn to help finance our Riley Fund, Sunshine Camp, and other activities. The big social event of the year was our annual Sweetheart Ball held on February 13. The State Sunshine Dean, Mrs. Claude Potts, Visited our chapter on March 23. The event was the formal dinner for the Senior girls. The girls honored were Laura Belle Bone, Sue Brown, Carolyn Clark, Betty Donahue, Kathleen Greer, Nancy Hart, and Marilyn lohnson. On April IO we journeyed to Wabash, Indiana to our State Sunshine Convention. On April 30 the Sunshine ship docked at the last port. This was the annual Mother and Daughter Banquet. We welcomed the following eighth grade girls into our midst: : Sharon Armstrong, ludy Davis, lean Edwards, Marcia Cunningham, Bonnie Fogelsong, Ruby I-Iunt, Marsha Huston, Karen Smiley, Sharon Springer, Particia Ward, Barbara West and Delores England. First row: Sharon Hose, Phyllis Day, Rose Nell Bridges, Mary Jane Couk, Roberta Hollingsworth, Nancy Hicks, Judy Crockett, Mary Apple, Sara Anne Maze. Second row: Vicki Carden, Franiean Gordon, Marjorie Naphew, Sharon DeWitt, Rita Hodson, Donna DeWitt, Janet Chambers, Treva Maye Pullen, Fannie Scaulf. Third row: Lillie Mae Armstrong, Charlotte Merrell, Martha Hunt, Rose Marie Greer, Judy Chambers, Mary VerBryck, Marilyn Johnson, Sue Brown, Nancy Hart. Fourth row: Donna Hall, Mrs. Arthur Pullen trpon- sorl, Shirley Emry, Sharon Carden, Laura Belle Bone, Carolyn Clark, Betty Donahue, Josephine Freeman, Molly Mote. Fifth row: Caroll Wilson, Connie Clark, Kathleen Greer, Carolyn Duncan, Joyce Baber, Carmen McClain, Joyce Winiers, Marcella Smith, Carolyn Wins ow. SWEETHEART BALL OF l954 l l. A toast to the chaperones at the Sweetheart Ball. 4. Sitting this dance out? 2. Treva, Fannie, and Rita keeping the latest tabulations on 5. The Coronation Dance ol the Sweetheart Ball. the queen. B. The queen and her court. 3. Our queen, Marilyn Johnson, and escort coming through the arch. MUSIC During the basketball season the band played for all the home games. They played the school songs and short programs ot marches and novelty numbers at the intermission between games. Of the band members who went to solo and ensemble contests at Fort Wayne, six were rated Superior and one Excellent. Two en- sembles were rated Superior and one Excellent. Instrumental ensembles performed between the acts ol the junior play and again lor the senior play. The band and chorus took part in the Cass County Festival at Logansport on March 26. The guest director lor the county chorus was Richard Whittington, torm- erly ot Arthur Jordan, and the director for the all county band was Maurice Shadley from Indiana University. Fifty-tive Galveston students participated in the Festival. On April 2, the band and chorus took part in the Kokomo District Music Festival. The purpose oi this was to provide eligibility lor the participating choral students to take part in the all-state chorus at the state teachers' meeting next October. As this article was written the band was making plans to go to district band contest at Remington on April 3. Through the Music Boosters Club, band sweaters were awarded to the senior members ot the band, Carolyn Clark, and Joe Wisler. Betty Donahue, Nancy Hart, Sue Brown, Marilyn Johnson, and Carolyn Clark were awarded chorus pins. Page Thirty . 3? -xx' H . , Y 1 1 V 4 'I 4 Q N' v an . V we ff if ETS? '1 " uf. K ig- X595 . I gg, . f'-f 'U xg Q is 'Q 1 Q" .5 ,Q 15 Q I: 1 , QQ 4g -" W, ' "Y" ' rf", 1, gf inf: J V "W an ,,, 1 wg' hwy! 1 A -:LQ ,, 'K vw fx fi? xg-J IQ QQ, . .NAA gag w ' fm 4, S X .I N. W . ar' N , A Q. n - Q 4. ,kg O Maw lgii f 1 ' -I W Ainfs... The Cardinals played one at their best games at the year against the Westerti Panthers, heat ing them 4584. Cheerleaders SARA ANNE MAZE JUDY CROCKETT MARY APPLE Page Thirtyftnur 'Q-i age Q v e .' - fig hm 5 1 -if if Vs "W .'A s 'QA' tr '-fax 4163 .Saw " 44- Q2 XY 5 1 I ,Z is 4 ' ' za? W , ww ', 1 , as """ W . G5 ff 33+ gi Ei ' X' Y 1' 4 5 45" I' 4 if V, ,Q it kv W 'Y , r' 1. if ' M I fp 'QE WJ -yfhk ' 1 W rag- gk, 5,5 ' ,V-N "Rm I' Egg f 5 , 43 l., M ar , A. K . " Q ' A ' 1 ki, 'hm i an an 2532? my ww? 5951 Qw SPIIIHS BASKETBALL First Team as ai, First Row: Gerald Sullivan, Joe Wisler, Rusell Scott, .lim DeWitt, Ronnie Lynas Second Row: Si. Mgr. Larry Gordon, Sian Smith, Calvin Myers, Milford Freeman, Gale Foglesong, St. Mgr. Jim Beechy Third Row: Coach Credric Wise, Bob Kitchel, Tom Wilson, Dick Pickle. Coach Cedric Wise received the job of coachind the Cardinals from Ralph Rich who had done a fine job in 52-53. After losing eight of the first team of '53, Wise had a job of rebuilding and did a fine job. When the season opened Coach Wise started with the following five, Bob Kitchel fcenterl, Dick Pickle Ctorwardl, Tom Wilson tforwardl, Ioe Wisler Cguardl, and lim DeWitt tguardl. All through the season the team was helped with the fine work of the reserves Russell Scott, Stan Smith, Gerald Sullivan, Gale Fogelsong, Calvin Myers, Milford Freeman, and Ronnie Lynas. The two most exciting games of the sea- son Were the ones with Western's Panthers and the Royal Centre Bulldogs. We won the former game, but lost to Centre in the county tourney in an overtime. All-in-all this team is one which we are proud to claim. By working with what they had, they achieved a better season than most of us had expected. tThey ended with a record of 13 wins and 10 defeatsl. Page Thirty-two Date Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov, Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan, Jan. Jan. Opponent Northwestern Sharpsville Tipton Twp. Camden Bunker Hill Young America Jefferson Twp. Eastern Metea Burlington Lucerne Western Young America 38 47 33 43 67 B3 45 77 38 45 43 VARSITY SEASON RECORD We They Jan. 48 Jan 41 Jan, 45 Jan. 36 Feb 58 Feb 32 Feb 38 Feb 74 Feb 40 Feb 48 35 34 25 Orie at the lata events this year tor the Cardinal team was winning the Galveston lourfway tourney. This we have wart three successive years. New Waverly Royal Centre Windfall Washington Twp. , Young America Twelve Mile Prairie Jackson Central Young America Washington Twp. Won 13 Lost 10 Totals 44 35 SU 40 44 48 45 34 50 43 l07l Average 46.5 Page Thirty-three The Cardinals played arte at their best games at the year against the Westerrt Panthers, beat mg them 45-34. Cheerleaders SARA ANNE MAZE JUDY CROCKETT MARY APPLE Page Thirty four KB" TEAM CARDINALS has low Une: Gerald Sullivan, Gale Fogelsong, Stan Smith, Danny Ault, Bill Cripe. Row Two: Alan McCoy, Jerry Robertson, Millord Freeman, Calvin Myers. llovl Three: Student Mgr., Larry Gordon, Coach, Cedric Wise, Jim Beechy, Student Mgr. SEASONS RECORD - WON 8-LOST 8 Dpponent Northwestern H- Sharpsville ,W Tipton Twp. ,,,, , Camden ,,,,,,, Bunker Hill .,,,, Eastern . ,,,, , Metea -, ,,,,,,. Burlington U, Lucerne ,,,, Western ,,..,,,,, Wrndtall ,,,,.,. .sv Washington Twp. -V Young America Twelve Mile ,,.. Prairie ,,.,........ Jackson Central .,,,, Page Thirty-tive We 20 37 ,A 33 W 24 , 17 V 34 -M 30 42 --- 47 -H 29 A- 36 , 41 --- 32 M, 45 , 35 --- 39 They 44 33 34 21 24 41 29 29 31 45 52 23 45 30 42 32 JUNICDR HIGH Front Row: Bob Jackson, Roger Lynas, Ronnie Freeman, Carl Johnson, Everett Scott. Second Row: Mr. Tolbert, Marion Pullen, John Dixon, Mike Goldsberry, Max Jackson, St. Mgr. Douglas Myers. Third Row: Jim Carden, Mike Barker, Richard Baber, St. Mgr. Joe Scott. The Jr. High Boys were a nice group of boys to work with this year. All were eager to learn and play basketball. It their rm provement continues over the years to come, Galveston will be a strong basketball team. Some ot the boys lack ability, but those that do make up for it in.spirit. There is a lot of ability in the 7th grade as well as spirit. It was a pleasure to work with a group ot boys like these future Cardinals. unior High B Team unior High Team Opponent Lucerne .... Metea ........ Noble Twp. .... Tipton Twp. ........ Washington Twp. --- Young America --- Tipton Twp. ......,....,, Metea ....,...........,,,. St. Joan Arc. iKokomol .... Washington Twp. ..... Tipton Twp. .......... Roosevelt tKokomol New Waverly ....... Central CKokomol --- Logansport Catholic Young America ..... We They 22 33 24 26 25 41 ---- 23 33 ---- 27 H-- 31 ---- 24 ---- 37 --,- 32 21 26 30 26 36 30 30 32 -- - 30 34 24 42 59 35 - - - - 15 26 24 ---- 36 ---- 59 Opponent Lucerne --- Metea ....... Noble Twp. .... Tipton Twp. ........ Washington Twp. --- Young America .... Tipton Twp. ......... - Metea .......,...,,,.. St. Joan Arc. fKokomoD Roosevelt CKokomoJ -- New Waverly ........ Logansport Catholic -- Young America ..... Page Thirty-six They 15 20 20 40 19 12 32 21 17 42 31 47 I6 - - - Defending Cass County Champs r I Sitting: Larry Gordon, Jim DeWitt, Calvin Myers, Dick Fickle, Joe Wisler. Row l: Ronnie Lynas, Bob Cuthbert, Larry Scott, Wayne Webb, Russell Scott, Sian Smith, Gerald Sullivan. Row 2: Student Mgr. Jim Beechy, Roger Hollingsworth, Jack Umbarger, Jim Couk, Miltord Freeman, Bob Kitchel, Alan McCoy, Coach, Maurice Tolbert. Defending the Cass County Championship, the Cards have a nucleus oi the team back, with 440 winner Dick Pickle, Hurdle winner, Ioe Wisle1', l-ligh jumper, lim DeWitt, and U2 mile re- lay team Wisler, Myers, DeWitt, Pickle, also Tom Wilson doing the distance running. l. Dick Pickle clears the bar. 2. Main contenders of last year's Cass County Champs. Page Thirty-eight SOFTBALL . . . First Row: Jim DeWitt, Bill Cripe, Hon Lynas, Joe Wisler, Larry Scott, Dan Ault. Second Row: Jim Couk, Russell Scott, Dick Pickle, Tom Wilson, Alan McCoy. Standing: Jim Beechy, Bill Johnson, Jerry Robertson, Bob Kitchel, Stan Smith, Bill Cuthbert, Gerald Sulli' van, Coach Maurice Tolbert, Although the seasons softball record was not as good as in some years past, the team had a lot of iun playing the game. They made up in spirit what they lacked in experience. The boys did not get a concentrated summer program as did many ot the schools in the county, and theretore were at a serious disadvantage when the school league started. Opponent We They Tipton Twp. ...c. W 8 16 Young America -H 1- 4 14 Washington Twp. n -- 11 1 Tipton Twp. nw, W 8 10 Young America W, ,- 10 13 Washington Twp. N- -- U 13 Page Thirty-nine 4 .pv- l, Lynn demoonftrales lriction 2. Physics Class explores levers 3. Christmas exchange 4. Lilly and Sharon keep library in order ,-E' 5. B. 7. 8. Page Forty-one was sl. Carmen and Sam in spotlighl Safely lilm lor P.T.A. Mrs. Slaflord awards pins Io Carmen, Treva, Mary Jan: Down Yonder ,- 5ih grade girls and some pointers on ring-around-the-rosie. . Sth grade having art? The hell must have rung, Ag. III help construct the quonset. 5 6. 7. 8 Page Forty-two Can't name them all. Nothing like recess! Paper cratt in art class. Ereshman and Sophomore class get instruction from Hossie ynas. Yi' Nl. . ,Y gf sv, LLM,-f.1' Ag. I class fits a steer at Myers The Five Roses Ag. III checks soybeans for maturiiy Clean-up deiail 5 6 7 8 Page Forty-ihree County Iivesiock judging Pig weighing at Jacksons They sure look busy Tom receives showmanshi p award SCHOOL CALENDAR August 21, School Opens September 1, Teachers party. September 2, Softball, Galveston vs Young America. September 3, Hearing tests given. September 4, Softball, Galveston vs Walton. September 16, Freshman initiation. September 21, P.T.A. Meeting. September 26, Autumn Prom. September 30, Convocation, Rev. Stump. October l, Senior Pictures taken. October 7, Home Ec. to Cincinnati. October 13, Visiting day for County school of- ticials. October 15, Convocation, Rev. Arnold. October 16, Iunior Class play. October 19, Dedication of flag. October 29, Muck Crop Home Ec. show. October 30, Halloween Carnival. October 31, Senior turkey supper. November 4, Galveston vs Northwestern. November 6, Galveston vs Sharpsville. November ll, Convocation, Rev. Arnold. November 13, Galveston vs Tipton Twp. November 17, Music Booster meeting. November 19, Senior guidance day. November 21, Band Boosters fish fry. December l, Ag. Classes to International. December December December December tion. Ianuary 4, 5, 4-Way Tournament. tx L 1 ll, Galveston vs Eastern. 18, Galveston vs Metea. 24, Dismissed for Chris Returned from vacation. lanuary 6, Galveston vs Burlington. Ianuary 21-23, County tournament. Ianuary 27, Galveston vs Windfall. lmGS VCICCI- Ianuary 29, Galveston vs Washington Twp. February 5, Galveston vs Young America. February 13, Sweetheart Ball. February 15, P.T.A. Meeting. February 17, Galveston vs. Prairie Twp. February 24-27, Sectional Tournament. March 12, March 17, March 19, March 23, March 26, Freshman Party. Basketball Banquet. Iunior Box Social. Senior Sunshine supper. Cass County music festival. April 2, Howard County music festival. April 9, Senior class play. April 16-19, Spring vacation. April 27, Track Meet. May 2, Baccalaureate. May 7, Commencement. May 8, Alumni Banquet. May ll, School Closes. Page Forty-tive Seniors Tillie Parr in Community Business George Dague makes a sale to the boys at Lumber Yard. Magee's 5 Sz l0 does some busineis with Laura. Joe and Charlie learn the trade at McCoy's Meat Market. Chit-Chat over a Coke at Dutchess Drug Store. Page Forty Bahler Grain gl Feed join hands with our future farmers, Tom and Charlie. Dot sets another wave, while Marilyn assists in running the Beauty Salon. The Post Ottice is busy at all times. Art Scott serves the community at the Shell Station. lllSAl BUSINESS BAHLER GRAIN Sz FEED CO. Grain - Coal - Peed - Seed BILL Sz BILL'S BARBER SHOP BOB INN Russell Maudlin, Prop. BOONE'S TRADING POST Clothing-Shoes-Dry Goods DALE'S GARAGE Phone 3585 GALVESTON DRUG STORE William F. Dutchess, Prop. RICHARDS HATCHERY Feeds-Seeds-Remedies-Supplies JOHN THOMAS CO. Furniture and Funeral Directors GALVESTON LEADER CPub1ishing and Printing? LYLE BROWN INSURANCE General Insurance SPRINKLE MACHINE CO., Inc. Robert Sprinkle, Manager FRED GOODIER Gravel and Excavating GALVESTON LUMBER COMPANY Dependable Building Materials MCCOY'S GROCERY Complete Grocery Service LINCOLN ELEVATOR Ioe Erny, Owner TWELVE MILE STATE BANK Galveston Branch DOT'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 2535 WISLER INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance - Notary Public Illlllllllllll DeMOSS HARDWARE Pinky DeMoss, Prop. GALVESTON TV SERVICE Ioe Grady, Prop. MOTE'S BARBER SHOP Lawrence Mote WEITZEL'S STANDARD SERVICE Donald Weitzel, Prop. SCOTT'S SHELL SERVICE TIRES - Batteries - Accessories MCKNIGHT SALES Sz SERVICE Phone 2945 JOHNSON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Ned Iohnson, Prop. ROTHWELL'S PLUMBING SERVICE Phone 2883 WALTON CLEANERS Pick Up and Delivery AIR BASE CAFE Walton, Indiana TURNER'S SERVICE STATION Walton, Indiana STAMPER MACHINE CO. Walton, Indiana CASS COUNTY STATE BANK Walton, Indiana BREWER'S CAFE A. C. Brewer, Prop. SWINFORD'S SHELL SERVICE Walton, Indiana WALTON ELEVATOR CO. Walton, Indiana BUTZ LUMBER CO. Walton, Indiana KIIKIIMU BUSINESS Illlilllllllll TOM KNIPE FLORIST 501 East Markland HUTTO DRUG STORE Markland at Union HOB,-NOB Markland and Washington FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. 319 North Main St. GALBREATH 8: STEWART Men's Wear - 219 N. Main St. JANE LEE 213 North Main St. ROBERT WOOD, JEWELER 208 North Buckeye Page Forty-se W. H. TURNER CO. 116 West Walunt St. SNEPP KL FAGER SPORTING GOODS 119 East Walnut St. MEYERS RESTAURANT 112 East Sycamore St. SANBURN SPORTING GOODS 434 Armstrong Landon Building S. S. KRESGE KL CO. 116 North Main St. CRESCENT DAIRY 317 West Iefterson St. KIIKIIMU BUSINESS IIIRHIIIIIIY CRUMES ICE CREAM CO. 800 North McCann St. DIETZEN'S BAKERY 113 West Iackson St. BRINEYS JEWELERS 215 North Main St. UNION BANK KL TRUST Two Convenient Locations JIM WHITE CHEVROLET "The Best Dea1 in Town" Union at Sycamore JACK PEARCE INTERNATIONAL 615 North Washington St. THAYNE BEALL TIRE SERVICE Havens at Washington IUSANSPIIRI LOGANSPORT ELEVATOR COMPANY 402 E. Miami Ave, 61 18th St. PERU PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 314 North St. GOLDEN RULE 409 East Broadway BICKEL'S BICYCLE SHOP 500 North St. NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT BAILEY' S 427 East Broadway FARMERS 8z MERCHANTS STATE BANK 421 East Broadway MAROCCO'S MUSIC MART 521 East Broadway RALPH DAVID HARWARE 516-518 East Broadway QUICK FILM SERVICE 524 East Broadway RICHARDSON'S CLEANERS KL DYERS 608 East Broadway HOPE-LUXEM CO., Inc. 111 South 6th. St. LOGAN HATCHERY 824 Michigan Ave. TODDIS 327 East Market St. COURTRIGHT MOTOR SALES 1415 North Washington St. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Ka MACHINE COMPANY 716 North Washington St. REID'S FLORIST Ftowers and Corsages DEANNA JEAN SHOPPE 202 North Main St. COON'S FLORIST 1021 East Sycamore St. KOKOMO TRIBUNE 300 North Union St. BUSINESS IIIRISIIIIW HIATT OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 301 Fourth St. J. L. HAWKINS 18th St. on Highway 35 GREENSFELDER BROS. 315 East Market PRODUCER'S MARKETING ASSOCIATION S East Main t. DILLMAN CHEVROLET SALES Phone 40123 YEATER'S SPORT SHOP 306-A Fifth St. CHARLEY LOWE ROOFING COMPANY, Inc. 514 Broadway BRUMBAUGH'S 330 East Broadway GRAFFIS SHOE CO. 306 Fourth St. ' OLSEN'S East Market St. CASS CO. FARM BUREAU 108 East Ottowa St. RAY'S CREAMERY 131 Burlington Ave. COCA COLA Logansport BIG SHOE STORE 404 East Broadway MOHLMAN'S 309 Fourth St. VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP 326 East Broadway Page Forty-eight Q , ,W , xv v-ng. , , 1,-1 , L . jg' .X 4' , .-. ' V, .-f.s..lf RWE y, 4 . . 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