Garrett High School - Aeolian Yearbook (Garrett, IN)
- Class of 1951
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GN J COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1833 01809 0149 | GENEALOC £ 977. EOE I EISA, I 1951 J EX LIBRIS ;■,. AEOLIAN 1951 GARRETT HIGH SCHOOL GARRETT, INDIANA Doris Dolan, Editor-in-chief Retha Bloom, Business Manager Patricia Hall, Photography HH§ GARRETT ' S RANDOLPH STREET DEDICATION This book is dedicated to the city of Garrett -- to those forces of Our Town, that have been an in- fluence for good in preparing us for living useful lives in a troubled world -- to the churches, for spiritual and moral leadership; to the business houses, for support in various projects; to the tax payers, for providing us with an excellent building and teachers; and to our parents and friends, for always being there when we needed morale building. ADMINISTRATION MR. E. V. MINNIEAR Superintendent of Schools MR. JOHN E. FLORA Principal of High School PRINCIPAL MESSAGE " Only the very learned people can explain the exact ways in which we have developed our per- sonalities this year but there are some things that even the humblest of us know about it. Well-planned lessons, rounded club activities, home room and class programs and business meetings, sales activity, athletics, music, parties, dances, lunches together, publications, professional assemblies, talent shows, creative work in many fields, and above all, our many personal friendships have been good and good for In the course of a school year, each of us has millions of experiences. Each experience has some kind of effect on our personalities; each kind of effect comes in countless degrees both negative apd positive. You and I have tried to make as many as possible of these experiences the kind that prepare us to live well. Occasionally we miss the mark and perform in a way that is detrimental to us. But how pleasant it is to observe that the vast majority of these events have been to our advantage. We each receive in proportion to our participation. This is about the same as saying that we get out of life what we put into it. All of us have benefited but not to the same degree. However, even a small success justifies great effort. May we all close this year with the honest conviction that the expenditures of money and effort directed to our schooling have been fully justified in that we are better prepared to live well " Mr. Flora. (JSoard of (Lei it cat it D. L. HAFFNER President of School Board JOHN LEECH Secretary of School Board H. D. HEINZERLING Treasurer of School Board MARJORIE NELL School Clerk israelii 1 1 PAUL BATEMAN Voc. Ag. , Biology, Asst. Coach RAYMOND COLE Band, Boys Chorus ROGER CHILDRESS Mathematics, Physics F A HOMER DORRELL Chemistry, General Science GILBERT COBLE Music, Art, Girls Chorus MILDRED EVARD English, Journalism BEULAH FAULSTICK Health, Physical Ed. , Safety MARGUERITE FOUCH Voc. Home Economics EFFIE GUMP Shorthand, Typing 5 ROBERT HARMON Social Studies, Coach O. B. ROSE Mathematics, Mechanical Drawing CAMERON PARKS Physical Ed. , Coach MARVOLINE SCHLECHT Business Education RUSSELL SHERMAN English, Public Speaking HILDRETH SWEENEY Latin, Librarian MARIE THRUSH English GRAY WOODCOX Industrial Arts ! j ' vM - ' .- ' -.-,„-. :--v- ■■•■ " ' " ■■• ■ ■ . ,■:■■•;:..• ■ ■„ ;■■•• , ' ' • ' SENIORS BETTY ANDREWS -G . H . S . I, 2, 3, 4--Comm., B. Tri. I, 2, Sec. 2; Y -Teens 3, 4, Sec. 3, Song Leader 4; G. G. C. 2, 3, 4; Sing- ing Belles 2, 3; G. A. A. 2. JEANETTE ANDREWS -G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4— ' Coram. , B. Tri. 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 4; Sing- ing Belles 3 . RALPH BAKER-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ag. , F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 3, 4; Track I, 2. ROBERT BAUMGARDNER-G. H. S. I, 2, 4— College Prep., Hi-Y 2, 4; Scout Club I, 2; B. Chor. 2; Football I, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Track I, 2; Athletic Club I, 2, 4. RICHARD BEST-G. H. S. I, 3, 4 — Ind. Arts, Hi-Y 3; Scout Club 1,3; Student Council I; Photo Club 1. RETHA BLOOM-G.H.S. I, 2, 3, 4-Comm. , Class V. Pres. 3; B. Tri. 1, 2, Treas. 2; Y-Teens 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Prog. Chr. 4; Stu- dent Council 4, V. Pres. 4; Aeol- ian Staff 4, Bus. Mgr. GLEN CAMP- G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ind. Arts. Hi-Y 4 ' ; B. Cho. 3; Photo Club 2; Aeolian Staff 4, Class Ed. VIVIAN CHRISTLIEB-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4— Comm., B. Tri. I, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 2, 3, 4; " Act Your Age " 4. MARY LOU CLARK- G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4 — Comm., Class V. Pres. I, Sec. 4; B. Tri. I, 2;Y-Teens 3, 4; G. A. A. 3, 4, Aeolian Staff, Co. -Ed. 4. BETHEL CRAGER-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm., B. Tri. I, 2; Y- Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 3, 4; G. A. A. 2, 4. RICHARD DAME-G. H. S. I, 2,, 3, 4--Ind. Arts, Class Pres. i; Stu- dent Council 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3;; Track I, 2, 3; Cross Country 2, 3;; Athletic Club 2, 3;- Boys Cho. 2,, 3. 4- DORIS DOLAN-G. H. S. I, 2, 3 4-Comm., B. Tri, 1, 2, V. Pres, 2; Y-Teen 3, 4, Serv. Chr. 3; Treas. 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, Pres. 3; Librarian 2, 3; Student Council 2, Sec. 2; Aeolian Staff 4, Ed. -in- Chief; " Act Your Age " 4. £ BYRON FERGUSON -G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4— Ag., G. F. A. I, 2, 3. 4, Sec. 4; Track I. PATRICIA HALL-G. H. S. 1,2, 3, 4--Comm. , B. Tri. I, 2,Y- Teens 3,4;G. G. C. i, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3; Librarian 2,3,4; Aeolian Staff 4, Photographer. KATRINA HEINZERLING-G.H.S. 1, 2, 3, 4- -College Prep., B. Tri. 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4. SHARON HELBERT-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm. , B. Tri. I, 2, Soc. Chr. 2; Y-Teens 3, 4;G. G. C. 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; " Act Your Age " 4. MARY HILKEY-G. H. S. 3,4-- HomeEc, Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 3, 4; Band 3, 4. DOLORES HOLLIS-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4 --College Prep. , B. Tri. 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Aeolian Staff 4, " Act Your Age " 4. KENNETH HOLLIS-G. H. S. 1,2, 3, 4--Ind. Arts, Photo Club 2;B. Cho. 2, 3; Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track I, 2, 3; Ath.Club I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LEECH-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ind. Arts, Class Pres. 2;Hi- Y 1, 2, 3; B. Cho. 3, 4; Scout Club I, 2; Student Council 4, Pres. 4; Football 1,4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Track I, 2, 3, 4. FRANKLIN JORDAN -G. H. S. I, 2 . 3. 4. " Ag., F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, 4. JESSICA LEWIS-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4— Comm. , B. Tri. 1,2, Pres. 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Aeolian Staff 4, Class Pro- phet. GEORGE MAYFIELD-G. H. S. 1, 2, 3, 4 --Comm., Class Pres. 3; Scout Club 1, 2, 3, 4;Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Athletic Club I, 2, 3,4; " Act Your Age " 4. RUTH METTERT-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Home Ec. , B. Tri. i, 2; Y- teens 3, 4. KARL MORATZ-G.H.S.4— Ag. Hi-Y 4; B. Cho. 4; F. F. A. 4. A JOANN MITCHELL -G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm. , B. Tri. I, 2, Prog. Chr. I;Y-Teens3, 4; G. G. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Singing Belles 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. i i FRANKLIN MOSSBERGER-G. H. S. i, 2, 3, 4--Ind. Art, Class V. - Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, Sec. 3; Foot- ball 1, 4; Basketball I; Track I; Athletic Club 1, 4. ROBERTA ROSS-G. H.S.I, 2, 3, 4--Comm. ,B. Tri. I, 2;Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 2, 3, 4; Singing Belles 3; G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Council 2; " Act Your Age " 4. SHARON SCHMIDT-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm. , Class Treas. 3; B. Tri. 1, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4, Pres. 4; G. G. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Singing Belles 3; G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; Aeol- ian Staff 4, Club Reporter; " Act Your Age " 4. JUDITH SCHULTHESS-G. H.S.I, 2, 3, 4--College Prep., B. Tri. 1, 2, Soc. Chr. i; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Aeolian Staff 4, Seni- or Act. Ed. , " Act Your Age " 4. REX SIMON-G. H. S. 4 " -Ag. 4. m EUGENE SHAFFER-G. H. S. 3, 4 — Ag., F.F.A. 3,4; B. Cho. 3, 4. PATRICIA STEIGMEYER-H. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4— Comm., B. Tri. I, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Singing Belles 3; G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4. BERNICE STROH-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--College Prep., B. Tri. I, 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. I, 4; Band I, 2, 3; G. A. A. I, 2; " Act Your Age " 4. WOODROW TROSTEL- G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ind. Arts, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Track 2. EDWARD TINCHER-G. H. S. 3, 4-Ag. GEORGE TUTTLE-G. H.S. I, 2, 3, 4 " -Ag. , F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. GWYNN WADE-G. H„ S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm., B. Tri. I, 2, Song Leader 2; Y-Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Singing Belles 4; G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4; Aeolian Staff 4, Faculty Ed. MAXINE WALT-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Comm., B. Tri. I, 2; Y- Teens 3, 4;G.G. C. I, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4; " Act Your Age " 4; Aeolian Staff 4, Typist. BEVERLY WANSITLER-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4-Comra., B. Tri. I, 2; Y- Teens 3, 4; G. G. C. 2,3, 4; Singing Belles 3; Library Club 3- GEORGE WAPPES-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ag., Class V. Pres. 2, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Photo Club 2; Band 2; Football I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3,4; Track I, 2. 3, 4; Athletic Club COLLEEN WILLIAMS -G. H. S. I, 3, 4--Comm. , B. Tri. I, 2; Y- Teens 4; G. G. C. 2, 4; Band i, 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 4; " Act Your Age " 4. DOUGLAS ZIMMERMAN-G. H. S. I, 2, 3, 4--Ind. Arts., Hi-Y 2, 3; B. Cho. 2, 3, 4; Scout Club 2; Band 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Athletic Club I, 2, 3, 4; " Act Your Age " 4. CLASS PROPHECY I ' m the gypsy at the fair, To me come people from everywhere. And as I sit in my canvas tent, Upon the future my eyes are bent. D. Hollis does not have to pull on a harrow, In an escort bureau she shoots Cupid ' s arrow. Woody Trostel is now a night-club owner, And, just like old times, he has pulled no boner. First I take you over the sea To Africa and Beverly. Wansitler is exploring the jungle, Her search for treasures she won ' t bungle. Colleen Williams has her pros and cons, For she is queen of the Amazons. In France we find Champ Heavyweight Ross, While taking time out she embroiders with floss. Over in London we stop and linger To hear Betty Andrews, the famous singer. The Queen ' s new designer is a bright spark. To create her gowns she has Mary Lou Clark. In London ' s Palladium we find Ralph Baker, As the world ' s top comedian he is no faker. Ruth Mettert is honored, for her the bells ring, For she is the one who has named " the thing. " Back in New York the weather is bitter, Still Dolan won ' t quit as a flag pole sitter. Our friend, V. Christlieb, drinks plenty of cider, And then does her stuff as a daredevil rider. Doug Zimmerman has a nice job to do, He educates monkeys for Brookfield Zoo. When Humpty Dumpty has a great fall, Call Steigmeyer for some old Hadacol. Retha Bloom hsa done herself proud as you ' d guess. First woman President of our own U.S. Glen Camp has now the deck to swab, In his sailor suit he ' s a right cute gob. J. Andrews also has done quite well, She is a pianist in a famous hotel. The ' Busco turtle has a new home and name, He ' s called to meals now by handsome Dick Dame. Gwynn Wade is such a successful housewife, She teaches new brides how to run hubby ' s life. Rex Simon is now a friendly mortician, Who gives Digger O ' Dell his worst competition. The girls in Girls School have all they can do, To hang on to their men when Schmidt is in view. Our friend George Tuttle is a Garrett M. D. , A dealer of sickness and doubt is he. At Princeton George Mayfield has a chair, " Old Einstein the Second " they call him up there. Professor Moratz is a well-known speaker, He still can ' t decide which sex is the weaker. Baumgardner, of course, does something new- He ' s the dean of women at old P. U. Bill Leech has plenty of do-re-mi, He ' s now a professional golfer, you see. George Wappes does not stop with being a baker, He went on to become a famous homemaker. Our Maxine Walt is a shy housewife, To knit by the fire is the joy of her life. J. Schulthess, the actress, never is lonely, At her show " Turtle Dove " there is standing room only. " Kick your heels, " says the man, and he speaks not in jest, For training the Rockettes is what Richard does Best. Bernice Stroh is posing for pretty " Cheesecake. " A movie star now, she won ' t have to bake. At the Met Eugene Shaffer sings high and sings low, To hear him croon now costs you plenty of dough. K. Heinzerling keeps a dude ranch with zest, If you know what you ' re doing, young man, go West. S. Helbert has made a new rocket ship, And to the moon makes a daily round trip. About Kenneth Hollis you need not worry, To earn his bread he removed Arthur Murray. All day Mary Hilkey is singing a song, She is the proud ma of a small Hopalong. Frank Mossberger coaches P. Como so dear, When Perry sings now you must plug your ear. Beth Crager ' s a housewife who handles the mops, Her husband and children think she is the tops. Of Mitchell we ' ve lost all trace and all track, On Mars, say the rumors, she ' s driving a hack. Pat Hall is a " sarge " and wears Army rig, Better answer that call or you ' ll land in the brig I have been told by many a friend (??) That this sort of thing should come to an end. Oh, oh, my crystal ball just broke. So that ' s the end of this big joke. Jessica Lewis THURSDAY NIGHT CAST Bernice Stroh Colleen Williams Roberta Ross Dolores Hollis Maxine Walt George Wappes Douglas Zimmerman George Mayfield SENIOR CLASS PLAY " ACT YOUR AGE " GARRETT GYMNASIUM THURSDAY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 3, 195c EIGHT O ' CLOCK Reserved Section Adm. Tax Total FRIDAY NIGHT CAST Sharon Helbert Vivian Christlieb Judith Schulthess Doris Dolan Sharon Schmidt George Wappes Douglas Zimmerman George Mayfield .CLASS PLAY TICKET Cast .. Ready f QI the big production. D ° " g Z. -. D„.-_ V Senior j It Judy -- Ready for her cue. a Mrs. Schlecht--Our patient director v a THE MARDI GRAS JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET, 1950 2 E £ 2 o z a Z s £ S O o o 6 _; E m K B H U J3 tJ •S ° £ o -G ,-H £ .5 H -S H H £ 3 $ 3 nl rt H H ■« t -1 5 •a 4) oj H U H H a, O g o aj E a. M a u 9) c rt 5 a) CJ a J J3 o o O IN £• •= 2 E " " « ' i3 --, -5 a " J 1) ,_ at .£ 3 5 E U 3 J3 ■s o 2 3 2 I s 7J bo O u % With their new class " Rings on Their Fingers and Bells on Their Toes " the inspired Juniors set out to achieve their goal -- the Junior-Senior Banquet. Through wind and rain Juniors could be seen and heard above the commotion of the cheering crowds at G. H. S. football games -- doing what? -- some- times selling ice cream bars in sub-zero weather and at other times, steaming coffee when it was ninety degrees in the shade. Sales boomed! It just shows what good salesmanship can do. No doubt these Juniors could have sold refrigerators to Eskimos. Part of this remarkable sales ability was gained through persuading friends to buy candy bars at the Junior candy case. The shelter of the gym protected the spectators from the winter winds at basketball games, but a familiar sight was a Junior, braving -- not the wind, rain, or snow, but -- stray basketballs and mis- cellaneous flying missiles. The purpose of such endurance? --to sell the now-famous Junior wares. After the games, still more dodging took place, only this time it was on the dance floor. No one minded since all had fun at the Junior-sponsored dances. These money-making schemes served as the means of attaining the goal. For help, the Juniors had competent leaders: Bernard Myers, president; Irma Diederich, vice-president; Gwenn Grogg, secretary-treasurer. Under their leadership, at last all the efforts combined to result in the ultimate end -- the Junior-Senior Banquet --a final blaze of glory and the reward of nine months of work. This more than compensated for the effort the workers had put forth. This was all done by the Juniors. Donna Jeanne Rose THELMA BARTELS SALLY BIXLER RICHARD BOWLBY GENE DAMON ELBERT FAY BRUMBAUGH CASEY CHITTENDEN CHRISTLIEB BETTY CLELAND EVELYN DIEDERICH JACK FEAGLER MAYNARD GRIFFIN JEAN VIOLET DIEDERICH SHIRLEY FULLER ROBERT HAROLD DEIHL THOMAS DIEDERICH RICHARD FURNISH GWENN GROGG HARNER HARPER MARY LOU HILLEGASS FRANK DENNIS THAIS ERVIN . JOYCE GETTS RICHARD HARDING ARTIE HOPKINS RITA HOPKINS SHIRLEY KOEPKE PATRICK LONERGAN GARY KATHLEEN HOYER JOSEPH WILLIAM LOOMIS McPHEETERS MADELINE MILLER Wm THOMAS JACKSON RICHARD KRUGER JACK LUMM CAROL BONNIE BARBARA LANKA RD S t u JUANITA MAGGERT MISER BARBARA MOSS GLORIA MOSSBERGER BERNARD MYERS DONNA MYERS MARY JO NIELSEN y HOWARD NOTT ROMANO VIOLET SHIPE MARILYN TUTTLE MARGARET PRICKETT DONNA JEANNE ROSE SHARLIE SHULL GLENN HARLAND QUINCE KEITH RUGMAN CAROLYN SIMPSON EVAN ROBERTS CAROLYN SCHURR TREESH WARFIELD WEIMER CAROLYN WITHROW SARAH ANDREWS LARRY BAKER JOANN BALDWIN CARLEEN BARNHART KAREN BIGELOW DAVID BISHOP GORDON BLOOM MAX BOCK DONNA BONNETT ALLEN BRAND HARRY BRUMBAUGH JUDITH BURTCH WILLIAM BYANSKI JOSEPHINE CLARK SHIRLEY CRAMER COLA CRAGER SHIRLEY DICKISON PATRICIA DIEDERICH SAMUEL EASTERDAY 25 KENT GORDON s JOHN GREEN ROBERT HAMMOND KATHLEEN HARMON GEORGE HELBERT JACQUES HICKMAN DALLAS JORDAN DAVID HILKEY MARY LOU KING JOHN HOVARTER MAX KOCK H A LARRY LANTZ DUANE LEPARD « BARBARA MALCOLM KAYE LaFOLLETTE A , A., SHARON MALCOLM! FLORENCE MAURER KM GWYNETH MANGES CAROLYN MILLER DORCAS PARKER MARLENE PARTEE JACK RAHRIG JOAN RIMMELL BONNIE SCHORTGEN DEAN SCOFIELD PATRICIA SHIRK SUE SMITH ALBERT SMITH HAROLD SOUDAH JEANNE TODD JANNETTE VOTRIE KATHERINE WALTON TWILA WELLS SCHOOL HI-LITES Sept. 5 School today: classes tomorrow. Sept. 8 Football game, I down 7 to go. Sept. 16 Auburn Fair; hot dogs and lemonade! Sept. 26 Play try outs; " Act Your Age. " Super magazine salesman out to win awards. District Hi-Y Conference at our house. Brittons, the magicians, milked George W. arm. Keith Rugman won magazine sales ' trophy. " The Viper is Coming " at K-Ville Y-Teen Conference. Teachers gone to Association. No School I Oct. 4 Oct. 4 Oct. 12 Oct. 18 Oct. 21 Oct. 26 KEITH RUGMAN Nov. 2-3 Nov. 6 Nov. 14 Nov. 27 Nov. 3° Dec. 4 Dee. 6 Dec. M DEc. 19 Dec. 21 " Act Your Age " , senior production before footlights. Riley authority, Dr. Davis, told " Bear Story " . Open season for Basketball; Ashley won. No school; were we snowed j_n or out? Maroon and Blue Party tonight. Sophomores got their green sweaters. Hot dogs and hamburgers at Y-Teen sandwich sale. Blue Triangle Square Dance Party. Mistletoe Ball Y-Teens and Hi-Y with the guys and dolls ! Good-bye, Mrs. Faulstick. THE BRITTONS DR. DAVIS Jan. 4, 5,6 Reserves win the County Tournament. Jan. 8 Back to the mines after vacation. Jan. 9 Hello, Mrs. Milks -Welcome to G. H. S. Jan. 1 g One half year down and one half to go. Jan. 19 The Hollanders were really wonderful. Feb. Feb. The Cornhuskers helped fill the F.F. A. Senior Treasuries. Sectional Tournament. March April May May May May May 23 24 Donkey Basketball! Lions vs. F.F. A. Albion College Band. Jr-Senior Banquet - " Heap Big Smoke but No Fire. " Baccalaureate Sermon. We made it down the aisle. and back without a casualty. Food! Food! Then they wanted to play ball at the picnic! Class night. What talent in this class of 195 1 ! What do you mean Commencement? This is the end we ' ve been working fori THE HOLLANDERS f iP|fy VERMADEAN ANDERSON CLEOTHA ANDREWS LEOTHA ANDREWS SHARRON ANDREWS LARRY BARNES VIRGINIA BARTELS MARTHA BEST J- .. BARBARA BICKEL JUDITH BONNETT CAROLYN BROWN LOIS BROWN BARBARA BUSZ DENNIS CASEY VIRGINIA CHRISTLIEB JERRY CLARK FRED CLEVENGER JAMES COYER KAY CRAMER BARBARA CURIE DAVID DEIHL DANIEL DePEW SALLY DeWITT ROMA DIEDERICH SHIRLEY EASTES KAr FEAGLER MARLENE FEICK DAVID FERGUSON EVELYN GAREN DON GETTS GEORGE GRISWOLD DOROTHY HANDSHOE JACK HOYER DALE KENNEDY VIRGINIA KRUGER to Lawrence lantz -J; THOMAS LEECH CAROLYN MAGGERT JOHN McBRIDE HAZEL MERTZ JANICE MOONEY JEANNENE MOSES ; ELEANOR NEWMAN MIRIAM NISSLY NORMAN PETERS JAMES RAHRIG FRED ROBERTS i FRED ROBKE s.c U ' ROBERT ROWE AUNITA SCHLATTERBACK CONNIE SCHUMAKbK LONNY SHIPPY MARY ANN SHUTT TOMMY SMITH FRANCES SWANK THOMAS TREESH FRANKLIN TROSTEL MAX WAPPES SUSAN WARFIELD RICHARD WILCOXSON JAMES WITHERSPOON DOYLE WOLF EVELYN ZECCA SALLY ZIMMERMAN ! r Alice Faye Brand, David L Lkari. D.n» V McB«««»- stierma „ Le wu, I»» »aVU, EIGHTH GRADE f»™ . i.f,, oriht: Wue. Robe „ » " " ' Pen, PalrIcla Err- " » •« . D=„„,„„. S C " f ' W ' " " « Bake,, Roge , w ™: s, ? ,o she ' man - 5 rerers, Maurice Geru i n mar, Alson Frost. Max wT 7 Shutt ' N ancy Yarde I ■£« ,. • C,„„ 1 , shatI , ynHayne , Geia]dBow _ SEATED, left to right- Davi d Jay. Diane Cavil] » • SKOND ROW. leftto if metH ° We « Atki m PhyIlis .. »■ lle, Ri chard T aner ,. ' Wi Ha Robert Hensinger Will p a Llver good. Robert Sin, k ™f W. fe J T " E — ■ = h. ° " 8h ' " " " »»- « " ». Pa,,c, a RIdeno ,„ =» " Mason, s„dr, Bickel, Jln _ „ , as ;eventh grade Alfred Hapten. Stephen T H!RD ROW. r , su Z anne Bunch. FaUh Harry Manges. Rae Parke r. Cox. Peter Mountz. Roberta ff A . GILBERT COBLE Music, Art RAYMOND COLE Instrumental jr a cult i j JESSE OBER, Principal Arithmetic LOIS COBLER Music, Art, Geography MARY DEAN English, Reading HELEN ELLERT Grade Three BEULAH FAULSTICK Physical Education LILAH GILBERT Grade One RALPH MANROW Departmental CAMERON PARKS Physical Education ALICE HALL Grade Two WINIFRED PETERS Departmental " I ' - . ' " J ■ ffi .y-:-: • - " •■ - VERA SILBERG Grade One DORIS STUCK Grades Two and Three SIXTH GRADE ffifll " „ Leonard Shaffer, Elvin Grouse, John - ■IHIHIIHH RonaldR athert. Ralph Wilcoxson, Leon ■ paul enour, BELOW- FRONT ROW, left to oj£ Frank Mossbetger, Stephen tZ, I » — . ££ ££- Hardmg. Baumgartne r, Sue Anne a-d . Ronald Wiemer, Ne o utch dith Reed, Norma Brown. yU» J Hennsing er. Patrtcta SECOND ROW: Belva G«b«. J Tad Schmldt , Randy Williams. Michael Mange s, Lou l ]ean R ,se ]uli anneBurtch, CroW Carole Swande, Ma f Harty Peters, Davtd THIRD ROW: Donna Crow D Elin0I Ll vergood, Car y Cummings, John Freeze. Fame Robert Freimuth. . , „ G e Cramer, Melvin r left t0 « U ass sr ■ s=d5 «wS u L- Cy ' Jerr y A nts. Wilma FIFTH GRADE FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW left t0 r - h " ' ■ ' ' ■WaHHBfcMfcfc E enaort - James Getts, SECOND ROW: Vrole tA» Fee , Robert Carroll Jar. Jacky Gingnch d lane Parke, ixie «■ fl Z Frost, Billy White. D th , S Smurr, Clarence Wars tier, Unda Owen. U ]anet Turtle, TO PROW: MyionSm c s a ndr ShieVe W ' " Wilmot, Gary Legg a—sg THIRD GRADE SECOND GRADE f a Sri ? I M ••,J| ( gpp BIIP iwm chard Smith, SBSii " " " riifford Dennison, Davia . ■■■■■■■■■ „• 11 „n Flovd Mason, Clinoiu T nnvua Reusze, Sue Ann james cap in BaIte i s , Nancy Talley. Raymond Hensmger, Thomas Foor. Me Richard Burtch, David Casey. Kay Ua wisn er, Dean Young. Rose ieH " g ' Teddye McDanel. Brenda Grouse, . Alfred Porter, Nancy Shilling. M » Wise. William Murley. Kenneth r, 1 Kru g-. ic BicKel. J ack Haa x ™ ST ROW. le ft t0 r - K Claxton. rami 7- ert -femes Par r i Haa g. Marv 7 ,mh, L ' le rt t0 nght; SECOND row trp 6 ™ ' R ° be « S -oK T J? 7 S ' " Sh r . UndaKelley Sa J ryPe le ' Ka y Reed. D 2h " ' DeL ° res » « S„ e Hazelton . Glenn ? r lS££Ws?iSt , a6. ' S5sa ' 5r FIRST GRADE KINDERGARTEN FIRST ROW: left to right: John Dirr, Douglas Aplin, Janos Ratiie, Kathleen Slater, Sharon Graham, Elaine Denes, Sandra Sithen, Cynthia Sanderson, Nan Alley, Dennis Blaker, Marcia Tharpe, Joe Rowe, and Norman Best. SECOND ROW: Philip Sweeney, Tucker DePew, Mary Ann Sapp, Michael Binz, Peggy Worman, Gary Warfield, Randy Oliver, James Sechler, Lucretia Riedhart, Patrick Nixon, and Joe Mahnesmith. THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Dye, Sharon James, June Harding, Steve Fuller, Dickie Dapp, Tommy Funk, Roger Stroman, Michael Reese, Jerry Clabaugh, Dale Bun n, Lynn Kizer, Sheldon Shalley, Kenijo Brown, Jerilyn Rupp, Danny Haffner, and Carol LaRue. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. James M. Kennedy, kindergarten teacher and Mrs. Edward Walton, chairman of the Tri Kappa kindergarten committee. Absent kindergarten pupils at the time the picture was taken are: Candace Baxter, Michael Jensen, Brenda Langley, Leonard Steward, Anita DeVeny, Georgia King, and Pamela Loomis. Library at Will Franks School Will Franks School Building Book Week Play ACTIVITIES 3. 3. -A. EmS " M om. Dallas Jordan. Doyle Wolf. ■ TED.lefttox , nWin Trostel , Jeny Clark, John McBnde, jack Hoyei. Max Wappes Frank! Raiph Bak£r . SECOND ROW. left to right: Ge0Ige Wap pes, Georg Les Houser. Byron Ferguson. Frankl THIRD ROW. ong Gordon Bloon, Dav . William Maggert. Dale ; Brumbaugh. Thoma Maurer. Max Kock. James Coyer. Karl Moratz. Edward Kennedy, George Heioeii, ™.le fttoright: Will Tho mas Leech. Louis EasfeH ' With «sp on ™«D ROW. left t0 jj y. ter Moun t2 . , ohn ' " • r -err s . fohn Green. Georee Mavfield. Don Co . Richard Wilcox. so " . Mr. Woodcox. SCOUT C L U Getts. Daniel r e 1 O - 1 I B R SEATED, left to right: Patricia Hall, Mrs. Sweeney. STANDING, left to right: Donna Myers, Sharron Andrews, Carleen Barnhart, Carolyn Schurr, Jannette Votrie. LEFT TABLE, left to right: Herbert Maurer, John Green (Treas.), James Koch, Lawrence Lantz, Leslie Harper, Patricia Miser, Janet Atkins, Retha Bloom (V-Pres.), Dennis Casey. CENTER: Mr. Flora . RIGHT TABLE, left to right: William Leech (Pres.), Donna Rose, Irma Diederich, Dick Rimmell, Ste- phen Gaw, Glenn Helbert, David Ferguson, Thomas Treesh. SEATED, left to right: Gwynn Wade, Mary Lou Clark, Doris Dolan, Retha Bloom, Patricia Hall, Judith Schulthess. STANDING, left to right: William Leech, Richard Best, Barbara King, Sharon Schmidt, Dolores Hollis, George Wappes SEATED, left to right: Bernard Myers, Artie Hopkins, Carol Miser, Carolyn Simpson, George Wappes. STANDING, left to right: Beverly Wansitler, Miss Evard, Sharon Schmidt Thomas Jackson, Howard Nott, Robert Baum- gardner, Patricia Hall, Gloria Mossberger. MAROON AND LUE STREAMLI NER STAFF Y - T E E N S R. Mettert, B. Stroh, R. Ross, P. Steigmeyer, J. Lewis, J. Mitchell, M. Walt, S. Schmidt, S. Helbert, C. Williams, P. Hall, D. Dolan. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mrs. Faulstick, M. Tuttle, B. Cleland, F. Christlieb, M. Romano, B. Kees R. Bloom, M. Hilkey, B. Wansitler, V. Shipe, R. Hopkins. THIRD ROW, left to right: M. Prickett, M. Clark, V. Christlieb, S. Fuller, V. Deal, E. Diederich, J. Andrews, J. Harner, S. Shull, B. Weimer, B. Lankard, D. Myers. FOURTH ROW, left to right: C. Simpson, M. Nielsen, D. Rose, B. Andrews, G. Grogg, T. Ervin, G, Wade, K. Heinzerling, B. King, J. Schulthess, D. Hollis, M. Wells. FIFTH ROW, left to right: H. Teegardin, B. Moss, C. Schurr, A. Hopkins, S. Koepke, J. Getts, T. Bartels, I. Diederich, M. Miller, C,. Miser. C. Wi throw, G. Mossberger. Y-Teen Sandwich sale firBi it " " Officers of Y-Teens Y-Teens donated to juke box. BLUE TRIANGLE F. Swank, B. Curie, K. Feagler, L. Brown, V. Anderson, J. Baldwin, S. Malcolm, K. LaFollette, b. Andrews, L. Andrews, C. Andrews, Mrs. Fouch. SECOND ROW, left to right: B. Bickel, J. Bonnett, P. Shirk, E. Zecca, E. Newman, S. Smith, J. Votrie, T. Wells, J. Burtch, V. Christlieb. THIRD ROW, left to right: C. Maggert, S. Wetoskey, C. Schumaker, C. Brown, B. Busz, C. Nodine, D. Bonnett, C. Miller, J. Todd, S. Eastes. FOURTH ROW, left to right: M. Feick, M. Shutt, K. Bigelow, D. Handshoe, R. Diederich, P. Diederich, H. Mem, V. Bartels, G. Manges, S. Zimmerman, Mrs. Schlecht. FIFTH ROW, left to right: S. Warfield, J. Moses, B. Teegardin, B. Malcolm, S. DeWitt, K. Cramer, E. Garen, V. Kruger, A. Schlotterback, M. Partee, J. Rimmell, J. Clark, S. Cramer, S. Dickison, S. Andrews. Christmas card sales Officers of Blue Triangle Square dance party GIRLS ' GLEE CLU! o o SEATED, left to right- «■» ' ««, C. Andrew, ,. „ h " " Malc ° ™. lst- K - w « vx-v- ■ ■■ c - ™-». SECOND ROW, left to right- Y ' Tee g ardl " . M. Feick. Mr - Coble, B Bus? r L Manges, C. WiZ c. C JT ' ' Niel - »• - C Si m «■ HopKins. C. Miller. M mL s T ' " M " Mil1 " - J HiLuT h " ' G " THIRD ROW. left to right- Zimmerman. Kimmell, J. Baldwin, J. Todd D. Dolan, V Bartels C S h is? t sri-iSr E - - ' s :-sZtv H -r- - FOURTH ROW, left to right- ' ' " Schurr V - B- Moss, H. Teegardin, C. ' B arnhart, T Wells En-,, Wade Ts . ' ff ' B - .T ?? • G - Gr °gg. A. HopKins, J. Gem s „ fc d6 ' L $Chuhh B. King. BanelS - L Le ™ J- Mitchell, D. Hollis, K. HeinL g £ ' SEATED, left to s . Cram er, M, ■ s . Malcolm, M. Tutfle. DiedeI ich, D. se, J. Clar STAN DIKC lef- ; g _ , HopUms, I. B Weimei. C. vviui S ' Koepke, T. Battels. _ ,-,. C. Miset, C. Simpson. a itif RLS ' VOICE CLASS (JSoilS u«« L luo SEATED, left to right: Gordon . Karl Moiatz. DicURlmmell. Allan Brand. Richald D ame. Douglas STANDING, left to nght Pat nck Lonergan. Rtchard Zimmerman, ™STRow. leftton ght: Maynard Griffi n Kpir ? _ Lilian, Mag ' Uh Ru g™an, Herbert Ma urer Genr , ci s i dah Do ' e e r r dMyers ' Gienc -p. «o bertBaumRardn THIRD ROW. left t0 ri . ht . —gardner. Larry Woodrow TrosteJ Th HI-Y GARRETT HIGH SCHOOL BAND FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Gordon, C. Miller, P. Diederich, S. Malcolm, S. Warfield, B. Schurr, J. Malcolm, J. Heinzerling, J. Gem. SECOND ROW, left to right: M. Hilkey, R. Baumgardner, K. Feagler, D. Carper, J. Koch, D. Jay, W. Wyatt, L. Barnes, C. Withrow. THIRD ROW, left to right: E. Bowes, D. Fuller, F. Getts, P. Ridenour, J. Cox, N. Barnhart, W. R. Eastes, R. Prinzing, P. Miser, A. LaRue, M. Getts, D. Lankard, V. Souder, T. Ervin, L. Easterday, S. Zimmerman, S. Koepke. FOURTH ROW, left to right: R. Hopkins, B. Busz, D. Casey, D. Getts, T. Diederich, B. Weimer, J. Hickman, Mr. Cole, M. Partee. J. Rimmell, M. Miller, I. Diederich, A. Brand, N. Jackson. JOAN RIMMELL - Drum Major Officers of the band. Twir lers -- MARLENE PARTEE JOAN RIMMELL, MADELINE MILLER COACHES Left to right: ROBERT HARMON, CAMERON PARKS PAUL BATEMAN. CHEERLEADERS 0. ' ' GWYNN WADE -Senior JAMES RAHRIG -Freshman GLORIA MOSSBERGER-Juniot Senior football oLetu .OBERT BAUMGARDNER Center KENNETH HOLLIS Center- -Co -Captain 1950 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1950 DATE OPPONENT PLACE WE OPP. Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Portland Warsaw Decatur New Haven Columbia City Bluffton Hicksville Here Here There There There Here There 7 14 7 6 6 6 18 28 12 12 12 7 21 Oct. 25 Auburn Here 12 54 FRANKLIN MOSSBERGER Center GEORGE WAPPES Guard WILLIAM LEECH Tackle GEORGE MAYFIELD Quarterback DOUGLAS ZIMMERMAN End J FOO Tr }ALL SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Hammond, Jacques Hickman, John Hovarter, Robert Baumgardner, Sam Easterday, Jack Lumm, Douglas Zimmerman. SECOND ROW, left to right: Robert Rowe, Glenn Warfield, Allen Brand, John Waterbeck, George Mayfield, George Wappes, Jack Feagler, Leslie Harper, Dick Rimmell, James Koch, Frank Mossberger. THIRD ROW, left to right: Coach Robert Harmon, Richard Wilcoxson, Harold Soudah, Jack Williams, Melvin Treesh, Dean Scofield, Gary McPheeters, William Byanski, Jack Rahrig, William Leech, Albert Smith, Coach Pau l Bateman. Although the nineteen hundred and fifty football season was not too successful, a brighter future should be in store for Garrett High School because only five of the eighteen lettermen are being lost through graduation. Team work, team spirit, co-operation, and experience were increased during the year. For the first time, the eighth grade had a chance to show their skill and gained experience playing football before entering high school. They won over the Freshmen by a score of 14 to 0. NAME Allen Brand Jack Feagler Robert Hammond Leslie Harper William Leech Jack Lumm Gary McPheeters Bernard Myers Harland Quince Melvin Treesh George Wappes Jack Williams Douglas Zimmerman Harold Soudah VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD VARSITY ROSTER HT. 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-6 5-8 5-n 5-10 5-8 5-9 5-n 5-4 6-i 6-2 Student Manat YEAR 1950-51 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Ashley Huntertown Kendallville Butler New Haven Angola Warsaw Auburn Kendallville COUNTY TOURNEY Butler Ashley Angola Decatur Bluffton Waterloo DEKAL3 COUN MS) RESERVE CHAMPIONS FIRST ROW, left to right: John Hovarter, Glenn Warfield, Dick Rimmell, Sam Easterday. SECOND ROW, left to right: Kent Gordon, Larry Lantz, Harland Quince, Fred Clevenger, Lonny Shippey. The DeKalb County Reserve Championship went to the Garrett " Handcars. " Starting the season with just about the same group as last year, the future looked bright for them because the line-up consisted of nearly all Sophomores. This team broke a twenty-two game losing streak in the first Kendallville game. The team is led by consistent scoring, rebounding, and a scrappy punch which need to go together in order to have a championship team. Trophy won by the DeKalb County Reserve Champions G I R L 3 ATHLETIC G. A. A. OFFICERS: Carolyn Withrow, SECRETARY; Judith Schulthess, PRESIDENT; Artie Hopkins, TREASURER. SENIOR GIRL MEMBERS OF G. A. A. SENIOR CAPTAINS: Roberta Ross; Gwynn Wade; Jessica Lewis. UNDERCLASS CAPTAINS: Gloria Mossberger; Sally Zimmerman; Joan Rimmell. GIRLS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FRESHMAN 3ASKET3ALL TEAM FRONT ROW. left to Rob ert Rowe. navid Ferguson, Lreoig, John Green, Davia re 6 ™ s TRow, leftt0 ymond Andrews, Wim flm c p ■£? ,r sr • ™ — ■ — e Ge,B ' Ge ™ — n- mp! - Ga — — aermanleMs rviJi " Li iUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM Getting pepped up for the Auburn game! um brella Dane after the game. 10f Co " ces S i ons att , ine Football game. The bosses turn on the lights. A football cheer I 1 I Junior stockroom managers. Heinzerling ' s Hardware, Charles D. Maxwell, Erwin W. Hans Dekalb County Farm Bureau Cooperative Ass ' n. Inc. Cotten ' s Dry Cleaning and Radio Service Schlosser Oil Co. -- Bob Duguid, Mgr. Service Finance Co., M. E. Mock, Mgr. Little Hardware -- Devon D. Wilcken Electric Motors Specialties, Inc. Northern Indiana Fuel Light Co. The Garrett Telephone Co., Inc. Walter Kern ' s Service Station Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Central Market — Ora Davis Johnston Insurance Agency Garrett City Coal Company Brinkerhoff Brinkerhoff Dick Erma ' s Squeeze Inn Olds ' Grocery — Altona Riedhart ' s Home Store Boff ' s Battery Shop Lantz Barber Shop Dr. R. A. Nason Heitz Grocery Clark Co. The Lobby Wyatt ' s Owners City Dairy Pet Milk Co. Smith Motors Thome Studio Turney Coal Co. Simon ' s Grocery Limpert Jewelry J. S . Patterson Skip King Motors Schurr Curl Shop Gerig of Garrett Hughes Drug Store Stern Clothing Co. Zern ' s Gas Station Garrett State Bank North Side Grocery Vanity Beauty Shop Creek Chub Bait Co. Burtch Printing Co. Garrett Ice Company The Garrett Clipper Garrett Country Club The Garrett Dairy Bar McLaughlin Auto Parts Chas. Ort and Company Zimmerman ' s Funeral Home Haffner ' s 5c to $1 Store Kratzer Standard Service The Great A P Food Stores Karr and Sibert Country Mkt. Depew ' s Cleaners — Furriers Sisters of Sacred Heart Hospital K. P. Sithen, General Contractor Clinic Gala Theatre Dick ' s Lunch Felke Florist Nodine ' s Lunch Owen Glass Shop Abey Abram Inc. Lumm ' s Tin Shop Dr. N. M. Niles Mountz Mountz Gala Beauty Shop Haffner ' s Office Smith ' s Drug Store R M Motors, Inc . Slater Barber Shop Taylor ' s Shoe Shop Midwestern Foundry The Catherine Shop Clinton D . Williams Machlik ' s News Stand D. M. Reynolds, M. D. Garrett Lumber Company Carlin Appliance Store Dalrymple ' s Barber Shop Insurance Trustees, Inc. Gingery Department Store Mozelle Griffith Grocery Jack Cortese Motor Sales McNabb ' s Appliance Service Garrett Municipal Utilities M. L. Bunn, General Contractor Miller ' s Pharmacy, Ralph K. Miller Meyer ' s Dep ' t Store Harry E. Landy ALUMNI O F 19 5 SUE ANN ROWE ROBERT and MARILYN DAWSON PATRICIA SMITH Barnhart, Beverly--Home Hospital, LaFayette Bartlett, Patricia --McCray Memorial Hospital, Kendallville Bechtol, Barbara--Ball State Teachers ' College, Muncie Bonnett, Howard --Purdue Extension, Fort Wayne Boren, Donald--International Business College, Fort Wayne Campbell, Jerry- -Electric Motors and Specialties, Inc. Chisholm, Robert- -United States Air Force Clark, Jack--United States Navy Clark, Judith--Bowsers, Fort Wayne Clark, Maynard--United States Navy Dawson, Robert—International Harvester, Fort Wayne Diederich, Wayne--United States Navy Dills, Anita --Christian College, Columbia, Missouri Foulk, Robert- -Auburn Clutch Co. Freygang, Pamela--At Home Fuller, Glenna gene- -East Side Grocery, Garrett Gentry, Dona Id --Indiana University Haffner, Marilyn--Mrs. Robert Dawson, Haffner ' s Office Hauck, Raymond --At home Hays, Nancy--Magnavox, Fort Wayne Heinzerling, Gretel--DePauw University, Greencastle Hillegass, Robert- -At home on farm Hollis, Ileen- -Service Finance Co. , Garrett Housel, Frederick- -Purdue University, National Guard Kelley, Audrey--Mrs. Gene Beaty, Auburn Kock, Lois--Student Nurse, Methodist Hospital, Fort Wayne Krider, Patricia --Fort Wayne Tailoring Co. Leech, Phyllis--The Garrett State Bank Limpert, Janet--Ball State Teachers ' College, Muncie Machlik, Valerie--St. Mary of the Woods College, Terre Haute McMillan, Winifred--Mrs. Ervin McMillan-Riedhart ' s Grocery Miller, DeVeta--At home Myers, Arthur- -Hardware Engineering Co. , Garrett Myers, Beverly--John Hancock Insurance Co. , Fort Wayne Noel, Bennett-National Guard Owens, Patricia --Lincoln National Life Ins. Co. , Fort Wayne Rahrig, Sharon --Indiana Service Corporation, Fort Wayne Reese, Gareth--Cincinnati Bible Seminary Rodebaugh, Cleota- -Messenger Corporation, Auburn Rowe, Sue Ann--Gerig Furniture Corporation, Garrett Scofield, Joyce--Mrs. Curtis Crager, Kendallville Shirk, Katherine--Manchester College Shull, Douglas—Indiana University Smith, Patricia --Garrett Telephone Company Steward, Donald--Tokeim, Fort Wayne Steward, Patricia --Wayne Knitting Mills, Fort Wayne Treesh, Barbara --Messenger Corporation, Auburn Treesh, Kenneth- -Flint Walling, Kendallville Walton, Wilma- -Springfield, Ohio Wappes, Merlin--At home on farm Werkheiser, Dorothy- -Manchester College Wilcox, Mary Lou--Dr. Niles ' Office, Garrett Wilson, Mary--Athome MARY LOU WILCOX A U T O G R A P H S WRBWRflOZISE KANSAS CITY 6, MISSOURI
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