Goodland High School - Tivoli Yearbook (Goodland, IN)
- Class of 1958
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Basketball lg cholr 1,L: 2,3,4.
Our class had the concessions at the basketball games which helped considerably in procuring money
for the senior trip. Joyce Burton and Jane Gilsinger had the honor of being selected to attend
Well, we finally made it. Seniors at last!! Somehow it doesn't seem possible, but here we
are and it feels wonderful to be a senior. We observe the underclassmen and remember how we did
the same things when we were underclassmen. Jo Ann Lewellen was chosen to receive the D.A.F.
award. Judy Burton was elected cheerleader for the basketball team. In Sepieoler we had a very
successful fish fry which helped considerably in payment For our senior trip. Joyce Burton, Janet
Leffert, Jane Gilsinger, and Ed Shepard went to the I.H.S.P.A. held at Franklin College in October.
At last we will graduate and have these many happy and exciting nowents to carry with us forever.
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1,2,3,Li Iep Club 2,3,L5 LeRoy Royer: Basketball ball 1,2,3,L: Pep Club 23
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Lg Secretary-Treasurer Choir ChOiT 3,Ls Annual Staff 1 2 '
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Robert Lewellen Donald Coty Joyce Babcock Sharon Musser
President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary
As the juniors worked diligently toward a senior trip in 1959, they, too, found some moments
WFinders Creepers' had its moments and was definitely the grandest and most amusing mystery-
comedy ever presented in this school! We will remember inspired performances by the entire cast
and crew--which incidentally included the whole class.
Something new has been added in the lower hallway. It now is possible to get that 'pause
that refreshes'. Business really has picked up in the basement on Friday nights with popcorn
popping, apple polishing, potato chip cracking, and pop opening. They have also assisted the
Pep Club by selling megaphones.
Preparing for their turn at publishing an annual, the class sent three of their staff mem-
bers to the Press Conference at Franklin College on October 25 and 26.
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Julia Babcock Geqrge Biggs KGHnBth Don Bill Donahue
JOB Donahue Paul Godby Janice Light
Did you notice how everyone's shoes shined? This was brought about by
s remarkable shoe polish sold by the juniors this year along with a sweet
smelling air freshener and rust solvent.
Plans for the prom were in the making as this article went to press
but nothing definite could be revealed.
They wish to take this opportunity to thank those who helped them at
their class play and concession stand. Also, they would like to thank their
sponsors, Mrs, Velora Miller and Mr. Merland Beyler.
These moments and many more will be theirs to remember.
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First row, left to right: Mrs. Dart, Sponsor, K. Peck, W. Godby, E. Spur-
lock, J. Popp, S. Schurtter, P. Williams, H. Purton, M. Templin. Second
row, left to right: R. ibKinley, H. Bower, J. Vounts, G. Cochrane, A.
Hoaks, G. Lupke. Third row, left to right: S. Dutea, P. Feid, J. Fw
Connell, K. bhrion, P. Illingworth, L. Cudworth, K. Johnson, F. Henderson,
L. Boyer. Fourth row, left to right: J. Shepard, C. LeEeau, M. Hufty, L.
Holland, V. Burton, M. Alkire, E. Wilson, P. Harper, T. Welsh.
WE WILL HAVE THESE MO-MENTS TO RE-MEM-BEE
The sophomores, with Mrs. Velma Dart their sponsor, started this y9?T'9 mPm0Ti9F by electing
the following officers: Marsha Alkire, president, Karel Peck, vice-president, Leah Holland, sec-
retary, Robert Wilson, treasurerg and Mary Ann Templin, reporter. Y R v
They received their slate gray class sweaters the early part of hovember, and 1hfy af? UO'
easily distinguished from the other students.
Cn Octoher lf, l7f7 they had their first class party of the yvar in fha school gym where
they danced, played games, and enjoyed the refreshments.
They had a very successful bake sale at the Halloween carnival on Octokvr 71, 1057.
Their memories will continue to grow with each passing day.
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First row, left to right: Mr. Davis, Sponsor, R. Musser, F. Pabcock,
P. Eilyeu, W. Hartsock, K. Don, F. Pear, E. Purton, H. Pierson.
Second row, left to right: L. Claussen, J. Mounts, V. Viiller, V.
Miiller, N. Light, R. Donahue. Third row, left to right: J. Burns,
M. Vanaman, C. Miiller, M. Shepard, F. Donahue, M. Welsh. Fourth
row, left to right: S. Lupke, M. Montgomery, P. Watts, F. Minick,
S. Murray, J. Gerrich, C. Gerhardt, J. Godbey, E. Hoaks. Fifth row,
left to right: E. Miiller, A. Cudworth, J. Miiller, L. Fuller, D.
Sigo. Alice Bower is not pictured.
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The freshman class elected Freddy Bear, president, Jim Willer, vice president, James Burns,
secretary, and Rose Mhsser, treasurer in September and they have bw. Davis as t'e1r SPOHSOT- on
October 30th they had their class party. The following night the class had a dart throwmng stand
at the Halloween carnival. The day before Christmas vacation, December 20, they had a Christmas
P yThus far this year, the freshmen have had these moments to remember.
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Top Row, Left to Fight: Sponsor, Mr. McGrath, M. Henderson, L. Honks, C. Dubea, E. Stovall,
J. Rouhier, T. Nnttox. Second Row, Left to Right: D. Schweir, D. Vansman, D. Dalton, P'
Donahue, Third Row, Left to Right: J. Godby, C. Hiller, M. Beard, A. Zimmer, W. Smith, R.
Pierson, R. Cochrane. Fourth Row, Left to Right: J. Benner, J. Sell, F. Harper, S. Yochem,
W. Babcock, R. Jensen, K. Sonders.
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Phe eighth grade has many moments to remember. . .the election of class officers. .
the Halloween festival. . .class parties. . .election of junior high cheerleaders. . .
Russell Jensen was elected eighth grade president. Tom Msttox is vice-president,
Jim Sell is treasurer, and the secretary is Fill Eahcock. They finally sneaked a girl into
the roster when Phyllis Donahue was selected as reporter. .Mr. William McGrath is the
eighth grade sponsor.
On Octoher 31, 1957. the eighth grade made money 'hand over bsskethalln when they
sponsored a basketball shoot to raise money for their treasury. They spent some of their
hard earned cash at their class party November 7, 1957.
A real honor came to the class as all three of the junior high cheerleaders were elected
rom the eighth grade. Sherry Yochem, Phyllis Donahue, and Dianne Schwier were selected to get
rousing cheers from the crowd.
At the close of the 1957-58 school year the eighth grade has these moments to rememher.
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Top Row, Left to Right: T. Burton, P. Henderson, J. Strack, S. Donahue, M. Bear, V- Zimmer,
J, Crane. Second Row, Left to Right: E. Neimeyer, J. BuI't0n, S. Peck, C. Best. Third How,
Left to Right: K, Bramble, J, Cudworth, G. Light, H. Wilson, R. Henderson, S. Mahafey, M.
Alkire. Fourth Row, Left to Right: S. Illingworth, K. Hollingworth, S. Dubea, C. Coty, K.
Burns. Mrs. Pothuisje, Sponsor, not pictured.
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The seventh grade moments have been quite memorable. It ia their first year in junior
high school and they have been getting accustomed to the new surroundings.
They held their first class meeting September 6, 1957 with M s. Pothuisje, their class
sponsor. The officers elected are as follows: Vicki Zimmer, president, Jerry Crane, vice
president, Petty Henderson, secretaryg Martin Bear, treasurerg and Sharon Mahaffey, reporter
One of their most memorable moments was the class party held Noverber 13, 1957. Their
guests were M s. Hawley, M . and M s. Pothuisje, Mr. Beyler, and Mr. Brown. They had a
relay race, basketball shoot and danced to records.
Their memories are just beginning. In the years to come they will have many moments
Gone but not forgotten! what'5 cooking?
Drink to thine eyes.
What A night!
Mean looking aren't they.
No mistletoe needed?
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Mr. Hawn joined the administra-
tion two years ago. He has been
a member of the community for
many years, operating a success-
ful implement business. Since
assuming his duties of trustee,
Mr. Hawn has made many improve-
ments in the physical plant.
He secured a competent faculty,
thus enabling ou school to
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Often during the year our school
is visited by the county super-
intendent, Mr. Norris. Good-
land is always happy to have
him return where he spent nine
years as principal from 1942
to 1951. Mr. Norris has always
shown cooperative spirit in per-
forming his duties as county
superintendent. He is ready
at all times to advise and lend
a helping hand where needed
throughout the county.
Mr. Sharp came to our community
in July, l957, and immediately
assumed his duties as principal
of Goodland Public Schools. He
came to our town from Pulaski
where he had served eight suc-
cessful years as principal of
that school. We hope that our
school will continue to grow
through his leadership.
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Valera Hiller n'i' before 'e' except after 'c' or when goundgd B, vac as in.,.n
The various English classes, taught by M s. Miller and M s. Pothuisje, include grammar one
semester and literature the other semester.
In grammar, students progress from learning parts of speech in the seventh grade, tran-
sitive and intransitive verbs as sophomores, and advanc d composition as seniors. During lit-
erature classes, the seventh grade is contented with short stories while the sophomores read such
classics as 'Silas Marner' and 'Julius Caesar', and the juniors study American literature. Sen-
ior English is slightly different since it deals with the study of draws, public speaking, and
study of English literature.
Regardless of sputnik's throwing the limelight on science, it is in social studies, the area
of people and their getting along together, that the world's fate is sealed.
B,,1des vorld history gn ggggraphy, Mrs, Dart and M . M Grath share the teaching of American
history, government, and economics.
The memories from these social studies classes will continue to make history as the moments
History in the making! Velma Dart
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Throughout the year Mr. Brovn's science students were beckoned to their studies with sputniks
orbiting through space and missiles heading skyward. The seventh and eighth graders found general
science especially appealing as they studied jets and rockets, astronomy, force, power, energy,
machines, and climate. In biology the freshmen learned of the importance of the one celled animal
as well as the cunplexity of the largest mammal. In chemistry juniors and seniors memorized ele-
ments, velences and reactions hoping to see more deeply into the composition of materials.
Experiments and projects will give science students many mcnents to remember.
The math instructors for this year were Mrs. Dart, Mr. Davis, Mrs. Pothuisje, Mr. Brown, and
Mr. Sharp. The seventh and eighth grade studied arithmetic while the freshmen learned algebraic
factoring and equations. In geometry, the tenth grade studied theorems involving planes, and
in college algebra, some juniors and seniors studied a more advanced form of math.
They must have figured it out! 2 + 2 : I, Joyce Pothuisje
Ralph Davis !,3 jllfx Qr'Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country
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Among the more important objectives of the business education department are the vocational
contribution and the developing of economic literacy for all students.
The business department developes competency in marketable business skills to the point of
employability. Along with the vocational training students may select certain courses of a general
nature that will provide them with a proper social business, economic, and consumer education back-
grou d. Business education is taught as an integral part of the total school program. M . Davis
teaches the commercial courses.
The EIG NEWS for the year in home economics is of course the acquisition of n w equipment and
the redecoration of the clothing laboratory. The new fluorescent lighting, rosy beige cabinets,
and bright curtains make Goodland students feel that they are in a new building.
Additional equipment in the foods department has given Goodland a department to rival those
in the newest of schools. New laundering equipment and additional cabinets have been added to the
Pts. Hawley, the home economics teacher, has given the girls many home king tips which will
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QBainAiZZZigEyVith activity. The new heating system, fluorscent lights, and fresh Plint have
made a great improvement in the appearance a.nd comfort.
Since it is the first year for both the seventh and eighth grade, they have learned 1119-V1.7
new skills. While pert of the freshmen students were becoming acquainted with the 150015 of the
shop, the others were learning the basic principles of mechanical drawing. The more advanced
students were busy making useful furniture and detailed mechanical drawing.
This modern dance really wears you out!
'Variety has been
the keynote of the
girls' physical educa-
tion classes," according
to Mrs. Hawley, physical
In the fall the
girls began their activ-
ities with softball and
kickball. Later they
tried volleyball, basket-
ball, and improvised
bowling. As an inovation
this year, the girls
included two dance units
in their work. One
included tap, ballet,
and moderng the other
was folk and square
dancing. They concluded
the year where they had
begun with softball.
Sore muscles from
"p11ye. ed." will cer-
tainly be moments to
bodies is equally as
important as developing
Bood minds. To do this
Mr. McGrath, boys' phy-
sical education instruc-
tor, has used various
followed by a stim-
ulating shower prepares
the boys for more stren-
uous activity in sports
and work. Some of their
activities include cal-
dodge ball, poison baJ.1,
and volley bell.
strong bodies, physical
education can be fun.
This class gives its
students many pleasant
moments to remember.
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words of Mr. 1"bGrath, drivers training teacher, when he is testing the
the students' reaction time.
Besides this nerve wrecking test, drivers training pupils learn to
park, park up hill and down hill, proper right and left turns, and many
other driving skills. It isn't enough to know only how to maneuver a
carg a good driver knows how to care for his machine. Learning the
parts of the car, changing a tire, watching the gauges and indicators
are all facts discovered in drivers training.
Mistakes that nearly kill the class, blocking traffic while
turning around in the middle of the road are all moments that will
be remembered for many years to come.
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F. filings,-:'tt, J. 1531. Thi:-E :-ev, left fc right: 'f. Viller, A. Cudworth, R. Eusser, R.
F. Fe:-:er E. Ei:-s F. '-'etts Y. Yciinlev J. Eileinzer 5. Cochrane. Fourth rcs: left to right:
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Ca.":L Ripley, I.Lbrar.e.: ' J.,e...' "e Yitclzell, Assists.-.t I.i':re.rLa..' .1
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Ee:i effisers fc: the gee: are President Cane Gilsing-
er, Tice Preeiient ki Gcty, Sec:-etfary-T:-easxzrer 5u.za:.ne
fitter., Stziezt Iirectcr ani Quart-ez':.Eter Ralph Musser, Li-
bre.:-ia I-ez-.a Beckley. ani Assistant 1.i"::-ariar. Suzanne Biitter..
SeTe:'al 'nazi e:.i Sfliil' r.e...."l'e:'s were :zz the e:'t,ert.ai::.e':.t '
grcgz-ar. fc: the ju:'.i:: play. Th:-se helping were .lucy Burton,
Patricia '-iezzs a:.:Q :..:se Phaser fro: me ca:-ir and Patricia
':1...e'7e:, Patricia Watts, Joyce Eabccck, er.: .ane uilsmger
iran tie band.
As zaei: ga:-1 L: hose gaze activities, the bani pleyed
g::':s :vi :ushers iurig the intervals between games an: at
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Late: 2. the year the band ani choir participateci ir.
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?i:-st 1-cw, left tc :-ight: K. Jebzlsm, K. Don, R. Phaser, T-2. Eusser, I.. Heel-fs, R. Fitlick, J. Pab-
::':k, E. Ritter., Yrs. l:g.'it':. Second rw, left to ight: E. Purtcm, J. Yitchell, P. Watts,
F. Efellette, 1. ?.:7'er, E. Biggs, C. Ripley, S. 'fu'-ea. '32-A.-3 :-ew, left to right: M. Vammn,
C. .-e:-Ea:-it, F. E-feiinley, Fi. levellen, ?. Shepard, J. Ea?-cock, J. Ezzrtcn.
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First row, left to right: G. Lupke, K. Johnson, D. Beckley, J. Burton, J. Leffert, J.
Leffert, J. Burton, S. Mitten, Mrs. Pothuisje, Sponsor, P, Watts, H. Alkire. Second row,
left to right: L. Foyer, M. Templin, M. Bower, A. Cudworth, P. Donahue, A. Bower, K. Don,
H. Musser, J. Ropp, P. Bilyeu. Third row, left to right: F. Harper, P. Williams, L.
Holland, J. McConnell, P. Illingworth, C. Ripley, J. Levellen, M. Vanaman, F. Shepard,
R. Donahue. Fourth row, left to right: S. Dubea, G. Cochrane, W. Godbey, S. Lupke, J.
Mitchell, S. Ihmser, J. Light, M. McKinley, L. Glaussen, E. Purton, C. LeEeau.
The Sunshine offioere for the eohool year, 1957-53, ll-'C Jane I-effort,
preeidentg Janet I-effort, vice-preeidentg Joyoe Burton, aeerefteryg Judy
Burton, treaenrerg Donna Beckley, reporter: and Susanne Mitten, corre-
eponding secretary. Thirteen freshmen girls were initiated into this
society in September.
Hrs. Pothuieje, Jane Leffe t, and Jndy Bu ton attended the an ull Sunshine meeting Saturday,
September 21, in the Travertine Room of the Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel, Indianapolis. At Thanks-
giving the organisation gave beekete of food to different families :ln Goodland. On December 18,
1957 they enjoyed a Chrietmee party at which they sang carols, plqed oharedee, and had refresh-
ments. These are the moments they will remember in the years to come.
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Cheerleaders left to right: M. Alkire, D. Schwier, G. Cochrane, S. Yockem, J. Eurton, P. Donahue,
S. Mitten. lst row left to right: lk. rbGrsth, LT. Davis, Mrs. Hawley, E. Pierson, P. Iontgomery,
N. Vananan, K. Johnson, G. Lupke, S. Dubea, S. Lupke, J. Purns, E. Shepard, S. Fhsser, J. Light,
H. Darche, V. Miller, N. Hartsock, M. Ravelette. 2nd row left to right: J. Gilsingcr, J. Leffert,
V. Zimmer, S. Peck, M. Miiller, W. Godby, L. Holland, P. Harper, F. Williams, N. Te pl n, M. Nelsh,
B. Lewellen. J. Bjtchell. E. Donahue. A. Cudworth. J. weisnd. R. lmsser. 3rd row left to right:
J Burton, B. Babcock, H. Shepard, J. Godby, A. Power, P. Watts, R. Musser, K. Don, J. Fourier, R.
Jensen, B. Babcock, T. Mattox, R. Harper, J. Sell, E. Cochrane, D. Donahue, E. Donahue. Lth row
left to right: G. Light, M. Alkire, J. Purton, C. Fipley, D. Eeckley, J. Leffert, S. Donahue, J.
Pabcock, J. Babcock, M. McKinley, J. Miiller, D. Dalton, N. Light, R. Donahue, K. Don. Sth row
left to right: F. Shepard, A. Zimmer, C. Niiller, J. Rupp, L. Boyer, M. Bower, C. LeEeau, J.
McConnell, P. Illingworth, R. Donahue, P. Eilyeu, L. Claussen, E. Burton, D. Henderson, M. Bear.
The Pep Club officers for 1957-58 are president Judy Burton, vice PP681GBht QF9'
Suzanne Mitten, and secretary-treasu er, Janice Light. The sponsors are Mr. qmkcgfg
Moor-ann, Mr. Davis, and Mrs. Hawley. A
There are ninety-seven members in the pep club, which makes this the best and
the biggest pep club ever.
There have been SBVBTB1 PSP sessions held on Friday afternoons, which have bolstered spirits
during the games. A silent psp session held before the Brook game will always be remembered fur
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J. Gilsinger, Editorg J. Burton, Asst. Editor,
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The book before you began to take form about seven months ago and has not been laid aside for
an instant since. The lights in the commerce room were often seen burning late at night while the
staff and their 'witty' adviser, Mrs. Hawley, struggled to get the annual out on Mime.
It all began one morning in early December when e frustrated photographer and two of the
editors were rushing aroun taking pictures. From that time on there was never a dull moment.
Carol Ripley, Donna Feckley, Jane leffert, and Jo Ann Lewellen were sent out on a series
of afternoon excursions with instructions to get ads. They did.
About this time the seniors hegan pursuing you until you bought your book.
The 1958 Tivoli has now emerged, a record in picture and print of this year's moments. We
trust you will enjoy it for many years.
Standing, left to right: Mr. Davis, Advisory
J. Leffert, Societyg J. Gilsinger, Asst. Editorg
J. Burton, Editorg J. Leffert, Reporterg C. Ripley,
Business. Sitting first row, left to right:
J. Burton, Societyg P. Montgomery, Reporter.
" Izfz.-Q Second row, left to right: J. Lewellen,
!25,TSS3xs Societyg H. Brown, Sports.
nThat's too much gossipln 'Get the sports news in by tomorrowi' 'Put more ink inlu
nDon't forget to run off enough copieslu
An issue of the Trojan Beacon begins to take form when articles are assigned to the
members of the staff. A knowledge of jujitsu comes in quite handy when the editor attempts
to secure the reporters' articles on the deadline date.
Since articles never need to be rewritten C??J, they are typed on stencils and proef.
read before being sent to press.
Hhen the paper cones out, familiar cries of 'Is my name in there?' 'I didn't know thatl'
'Look at thisl' echo through the halls of G.H.S. as each student rushes to get his paper from the
It was with regret that the paper staff sent their lest issue of the Trojan Beacon to press
on April 25th.
'I don't remember the title a the a thor, but it was about. . .'
iv For a good took, the library is always on
x hand to give you the test. This year the litre-
g ,D 1 ry has added a set of World Book Encyclopedias
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5'N 'L m ! and many other new books to its shelves.
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Xs'd5E .il books and material for research and term pa-
pers. The newspaper and latest magazines pro-
vide students with the opportunity of catering up on current events or
just reading for pleasure.
M s. Miller, school litrnrian, is assisted by several students who
are especially interested in the work. As assistants they gain knowl-
edge of books and the functions of a library. Plans are being made to
send some Goodland representatives to the Hoosier Student Library Assist-
ant Conference in Lafayette next fall.
The many memories you can gain fror books will le lasting.
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"A" TEAM BASKETBALL
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First row left to right: A. Hoaks, R. Musser, K. Peck, W. Donahue, R. Donahue, J. Weiand, J, Don-
ahue- Second POV, left to right! W. Reid, T. Welsh, R. Donahue, K. Don, L. Cudworth, H. Darche,
R. Brown, Mr. McGrath.
Goodland opened the 1957-58 basketball season under their coach William McGrath with eight re-
turning lettermen and a promising group of underclassmen. The lettermen were as follows: Harvey
Darche, Robert Donahue, Ray Brown, Richard Donahue, Kenneth Don, John Weiand, Ralph Musser, and
William Donahue. The starting five had good height with Harvey Darche 6'3", Ray Brown 6'l.", Robert
Donahue 5'll", Kenneth Don 6', and William Donahue 5'10". Robert Donahue and Harvey Darche are the
oo-oaptians this season.
"A" TEAM BASKETBALL
The first game was dropped to Remington, however, after the team had first had a battle with
the flu. In the next games Goodland proved that they had a team to be honored and as this article
went to press they had and 11-5 won-loss record.
The Trojans participated in two four-way tourneys. In the fourdway tom'ney at Kentland the
Trojans lost a close battle to Fowler 52-50. They came back in the consolation to defeat Kentland
60-55. In the Rensselaer fourdwsy tourney the Trojans defeated Lowell in the first game 56-50.
In the championship game the Trojans lost to the Rensselaer Bombers 59-33.
One of the factors that may have caused them some trouble in the tourneys was Harvey Darche's
ankle. Hs was out of practice for a few weeks and missed four games.
Ray Brown, Harvey Darche, Richard Donahue, and Robert Donahue were awarded basketball jackets.
They have been a credit to the team and are worthy of the fine jackets.
This is going to press before the season ends and we will have :Ln our memories the moments to
come as well as those that have passed.
The record as this went to press: 11-5
1.9 Remington 68 There Remington There
67 Gilboa Ll Here Oxford Here
68 ue. Ayr 55 Here Pine NP- Hers
71 Deliotte 6o There Wadene Ther' v
'ro rm- om 63 rum-6 . 1
56 Boswell 40 There Q: gil?
51, Brook 64 Here I
49 Dellotte 65 nm AM K X
50 Fwler 52 -- 1.-way at xenzlam ' I ' X N
60 Kentland 55 --- 1 u I
56 Lowell 50 -1- 4-way at Rensselaer p
33 Rensselaer 59 -1- .
46 Morocco 45 Here W
73 Earl Park 34 mm ' '
59 Kentland 1.1 There
53 Hheatfield 49 Here
"B" TEAM BASKETBALL
First row, left to right: C. Miiller, K. Marion, J. Godbey, M .
McGrath, V, Burton, R. Wilson, M. Shepard. Second row, left to
right: E. Spurlock, B. Babcock, F. Bear, N. Light, J. Burns,
R. Henderson, L. Fuller.
The Trojan B's have had rather a disappointing season thus far, but this is due mostly to
inexperience. The first five have been predominately sophomoresg however, the freshmen have
seen considerable action also. Bob Wilson and Alvin Hoaks at forwards, Vertrees Burton at
center, and Everett Spurlock and Bob Henderson at guards have been the starting five most of
the time. The 'B' team record to date is 1-7. The boys will have to hustle if they are to
improve on that record.
1957-58 'B' TEAM BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
WE THEY The following games were played
after this went to press:
17 Remington 43
A0 Gilboa 28
31 Mt. Ayr 36
22 De Mbtte 32
27 Fair Oaks 33
20 Boswell 27 ngton
28 Brock 47
23 De Motto 26 Pine Township
First row, left to right:
R. Henderson, R. Donahue,
H. Donahue, U. Reed, J.
Weiand, V. Burton, B. Darche,
R. Brown, K. Don R. Musser.
Second row, 1eft,to right:
F. Bear, K. Marrion, Q.
Hoaks, H. Donahue, J. God-
bey, M . McGrath, B. Babcock,
J. Burns, K. Peck, M. Shepard.
The baseball team
consisted of Hay Brown,
Karel Peck, Bill Donahue,
and Bob Donahue in the in-
field, while Kenneth Don,
John Weiand, and Richard
Donahue played the outfield.
Harvey Darche and Robert
Donahue shared pitching
duties, while Ralph Musser
was their battery mate.
Since Goodland High has
no baseball field, all
the games were played on
the road. The team won
over Pine Twp., but lost
two games to Remington.
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track team won the Newton
County track title last
year, this year's team
will be counted upon to
successfully defend their
title. The team will be
led by mostly seniors and
juniors. Some of the boys
will represent Goodland
in the track sectional at
First row, left to right:
R. Henderson, R. Donahue,
R. Donahue, E. Shepard,
V. Burton, H. Darche, R.
Brown, K. Don, R. M sser.
Second row, left to right
K. Marion, A. Hoaks, U.
Donahue, L. Cudworth,
Mr. McGrath, K. Peck, J.
Welsh, R. Wilson, M.
7th 55 Sth Basketball
First row, left to right! R. Cochrane, D. Hende eon, R. Jensen, W. Babcock,
Mr. Franklin, T. Mattox, J. Sell, L. Hoake, M. Bear. Second row, left to
right: G. Light, J, Bu ton, W, Noble, J. Godbey, D. Dalton, R. Harper, M.
Beard, D. Vanaman, C. Best.
The 7th and 8th grade team, at the time this was printed, had enjoyed victories over Morocco
and Mt. Ayr. Although they lost more games than they won, the boys obtained actual playing ex-
perience, which helped build them for the future. Besides coaching the 7th and 8th grade, Mr.
Franklin is kept busy coaching the 5th and 6th grade team. These boys won six games du ing the
season while losing only four.
Sth Sc 6th Basketball
First row, left to right: J. Donahue, R. Holmes, D. Mbaier, R,
395593-NSYST, J. Vanaman, G. Mitten, P. Beyer, R. Illingworth,
J. McGraw. Second row, left to right: Mr. Franklin, M. Light,
E. Souders, R. Sinks, C. Hufty, G. M sser, J. English, L. Jones,
J. Henderson, L. Holmes. Third row, left to right: G. Hoaks,
M. Honn, J. Provo, M. Bruning, E. Fuller, R. White, J. Watts,
D. Mclntee, D. Mahaffey.
Left to right: J. Burton, G. Cochrane, H. Alkire, S. Mitten.
G0 GET 'EM YOU TROJAHS, GO GET 'EMU
If you attended any of Good1end's basketball games this year, you saw the cheerleaders, heed
ed by Judy Burton, leading the crowd in this yell and many others. These girls did much during
the season to keep the morale and the spirits of both the fans and the teams high. The varsity
cheerleaders were also kept busy planning and supervising the pep sessions before s number of the
Left to right: s. Iocnem, D. Schwier, P- Donahue-
Morale boosters are as important
to the junior high and grade teams as
they are to the varsity teams. The
Junior high cheerleaders spent many
hours during the year cheering their
teams to victory.
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First full day of school
10th grade order sweaters
Baseball game at Pine
llth grade started play rehearsals
Baseball game at Remington
Fire Prevention Week
Individual school pictures were taken
llth grade play
Sophomore class party
Scholorship tests given to Senior girls
Freshman class party
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Remington fherej
8th grade party
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Gilboa Cherel
"Sth" 8: "6th" basketball game with Mt. Ayr Ctherel
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Mt. Ayr Cherej
"7th" 8: "8th" basketball game with Brook Qherel
mysterious Lawrence Qmagicianl
"7th" 8: "8th" basketball game with Wolcott CthereJ
Beginning of 2nd 6 weeks
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with DeMotte Cherel
"7th", "8th", 8: "9th" basketball game with Mt. Ayr Cherel
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Fair Oaks fthereb
Beginning of Thanksgiving vacation
Senior girls take Future Homemakers of Tomorrow Test
"Sth" 8: "6th" basketball game with Brook ftherej
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Boswell Kherej
"7th", "8th", 8 "9th" basketball game with Morocco Ctherej
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Brook fherel
"5th", "6th", "7th", 8: "8th' basketball game with Kentland
Sock Hop for classes 7-12
'A' 8 'Bn basketball game with D6 Motto Ctherel
Beginning of Christmas vacation
A-way Tourney at Kentland
L-way Tourney at Kentland
End of Christmas vacation
A-way tourney at Rensselaer
If-way tourney at Rensselaer
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Morocco Choral
"A" 8: 'B' basketball game with Earl Park Ctherej
"5th" 8: "6th" basketball game with Brook Cherel
End of first semester
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Kentland Ctherel
"7th", "8th", 8: "9th" basketball game with Morocco Choral
"7th", "8th", 8: "9th" basketball game with Wolcott Qherel
'A' 8: 'B' basketball game with Uheatfield Choral
"7th", "8th", 8: "9th" basketball game with Mt. Ayr ftherel
"A" 8: "B" basketball game with Remington ftherel
'Sth' sf '6th" basketball game with Mt.. Ayr um-eb
'A' 8: 'B' basketball game with Oxford fherel
'7th" Se "8th" basketball game with Rensselaer Ctherel
"9th' basketball game with Rensselaer fherel
'A' Ke "B" basketball game with Wadena ftherel
21 "A" 8: "B" with Wadena ftherel
26 Basketball sectional begins at Kentland
3 Grade basketball tourney at Morocco
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28 Senior Class Play - Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
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9 Junior and Senior prom I '
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18 Baccalaureate Q ,i
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First row, left to right: Mr. Smith, F. Godby, J. Donahue, K. 0'Hesl, L.
Jones, E. Coty, G. Mitten, P. Shurtter, R. Illingworth. Second row, left
to right: J. Henderson, S. Dubea, J. McGraw, S. Pierson, H. Carlock, C.
Godby. Third row, left to right: J. Watt, J. Ivory, J. Gerrich, J. Lew-
ellen, P. Beyer, A. Zimmer. Fourth row, left to right: R. Seddelmeyer,
A. Constable, D. Mosier, N. Bell, D. Edmonds, S. Noe, B.. Holmes, S. Watt
R. Godby. Fifth row, left to right: O. Reynolds, K. Brown, W. Burns, K.
The members of the sixth grade, besides doing their regular school work, such as arithmetic,
reading, social studies, English, health, and science, have participated in a number of other ac-
tivities. Suse of these activities are the school boys' patrol, I.-H, and Scouting. Most of the
boys are members of the basketball team.
The patrol bays, under the
direction of Mr. Jack Wilson,
the traffic officer, see that
the students cross the highway
safely when going to and fran
school. Rain or shine, they
are always there on time.
First row, left to right: D.
Mosier, G. Mitten, R, Seddel-
Neyer, J. Watt, R. Illingworth
Second row, left to right: P.
B9YG1', J. McGraw, D. Edmonds,
Mr. Wilson, J. Gerrich.
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First row, left to right: Mr. Franklin, P. Smyth, R. White, D. Musser,
E. Souders, S. O'Neil, M. Bruning, S. Miiller, G. Hooks. Second row,
left to right: A. Sainte, S. Reynolds, B. Claussen, L. Marion, G. Mug-
ser, P. Rouhier. Third row, left to right: G. Sinks, S. Butler, M.
Honn, D. Mclntee, G. Bohlinger, C. Hufty. Fourth row, left to right:
P' Vamman, -7- English, G. Alkire, M. Light, M. Fuller, E. Fuller, S.
Sheets, S. Provo, M. McGraw. Fifth row, left to right: M. J. Humston,
W. Brown, S. Gerrich, L. Holmes, D. Mahaffey, D. Schriner,
First row, left to right: Miss McGraw, J. Franson, E. M. Coty, B. Sheets,
M. Provo, G. Oliver, L. Beard, R. Sharp, J. Yarborough. Second row, left
to right: T. Burns, P. Yochem, V. Bear, E. Oliver, M. Illingworth, J.
Boice. Third row, left to right: J. Henderson, R. Marion, M. J. Welsh,
P. Bower, R. Sainte, C.
C. Cochrane, L. Oliver,
B. lewsllen, C. Watts.
Neimeyer. Fourth row, left to right: D. Green,
A. Haste, J. Pierson, M. Hollingsworth, C. Deno,
Fifth row, left to right: W. Mitchell, D. McKin-
ley, M. Godby, P. Schneidt, P. Pasel, J. Welsh. E. Royse and V. Noble
are not pictured.
S5 , , , . . .Tr Q5 Fourth Grade
4' fr, S' f L 1' A C 'Q one of their first
f -- Q -, projects was s westher
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Q reading the outside tem-
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they made transparencies,
h for their classroom doors,
9 1957 1958 ' f ., 1 A to resemble church windows.
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r m, '-" . ,.., , ' X + . - writing business letters.
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fomation from many com-
in., I , p , 3 P, panies. One company sup-
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5, Phelps: P, 0'Ne11,zg. Davidson, J. Messe smith, S. Mclntee
Second row, left to right: E. Souders, D' Godbin K- 595099-s C
Schneidt, J. Horlock, J. Harker. Third row, left to right! T
Pierson, K. Sell, P. 301111112915 B- Durham, D. Uilson, A. Sinks,
E, Reynolds, C. Lintner, A. Burns. Fou th row, left to right. C
amen, J. cm-ua, D. su-wk, 11. Miller, B. McGraw, L- Paul, D
B1-using, v. Bm-bank, R. Dart
Besides regular les-
sons, the third grade has
done several interesting
things this year.
In art the students
have done several free
hand lessons, correlated
with Indian and pioneer
life. The students have
also worked with color
study as related to dress,
homes and products.
In health the pupils
have made nutrition books
of pictu es and the im-
portance of nutrition
For social studies
the student's books are
a collection of art, maps.
textiles, homes and clip-
The pupils are es
pecially proud of their
reading Each pupil has
averaged twenty outside
reading books fo the
First row, left to right! M s West, L Illingworth, A Seddlemsyer,
S Butler, H DeGroot, C Illingworth, M. Sainte, R Constable Second
ES row, left to rights P. Klinker, S. Pendleton, D. Franson, V. Lock, G
S Hollingsworth, K Butler, E Sell, D Smythe, N Zimma , J Fowler
Fou th row, left to right: J Hotler, J Carroll, B Hessersmith, R
Uilliams, P Bower, L Hoaks
The students have en-
joyed using little skits
to portray the characters
in their reading stories
These short plays encou
age the pupils to think
through the plot of the
story and to make up appro-
A store was construe
ted in the room and a va
riety of articles were
purchased and sold. Each
boy and girl had real mon-
ey with which to make the
pu chase and the store-
keeper had to make change
This means was used to
speed up the learning pro-
cess of adding and sub-
tracting in arithmetic
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safety in the home and on ' ' " ' ' ' "'
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First row, left to right: Mrs. Donovan, R. Reynolds, M. Klinker, M,
S0ud91'5s M- Schrinern S- G0dbYa 5- Bausch, K- Garvin. Second row,
left to Pi-2151153 G- Reed, M. Davidson, R. Godby, D. Curtis, M. Bohlinger,
C. Doan. Third row, left to right: M. Smith, J. Vanaman, C. Schneidt,
fx, F. Fuller, N. Harker, L. Illingworth, S. Duttenhaver, D. Illingworth.
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F:Lrat row, left to right: Mrs. Illingworth, R. Hotler, C. Alexander,
J. Boice, B. Miiller, C. Ihyotte, B. Godbey, J. Schriner. Second
row, left to right: M. Harker, J. Ritter, P. Davidson, E. Reynolds,
J. Welsh, J. Phelps. Third row, left to right: C. Hall, G. Jones,
J. Dubea, J. Lock, J. Fowler, T. Morlock, L. Marion, R. Pssel.
Fourth row, left to right: J. Benner, B. Alexander, G. Dano, C.
Reid. J. Miiller and N. Carter are not pictured.
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The combination of
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S Q" GRADE I .V I " " Q twelve second graders have
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', 1957 , 1958 M ferent projects this year.
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: ' . p gather. The postal unit
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.. ' xi" Q ' W2 Q' "TQ Q, W tines Day. The second
,gc l" sf .. i- .,', p ,L Lx , V "W , . grade students read stories
, . ..gk in X X W 4 J ,..,,, before the room. By doing
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with book stamps.
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Left to right: C. Burns, E. DeGroot
From early in the morning until late in
the day, M . Charles Burns and M . Ernest
DeGroot are working to keep the building
warm and clean for the students and fac-
Left to right: John Allen, V. Cloutier,
J. Hall, E. Simonin.
Mr, John Allen, Mr. Vernon Cloutier, M .
Joy Hall, and M . Eldo Simonin ses to it
that the out of town students arrive to
school on time in the morning and 8rriV6
home safely after school. In addition,
they provide transportation to the ball-
games and other extra activities.
Left to right: M. Stombaugh, M, Loge
For a tasty meal, Mrs. Mary Stombaugh
and Mrs. Mary Lowe are always on hand to
serve the students. New trays were added
to the cafeteria for more convenience.
with the new inter-c m, the students en-
joy music while they are eating.
SHERMAN VM-IITE 5160.
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WE WILL HHVE THESE MO-MENTSTO
0 Classes 3-14
0 Faculty 15-22
0 Activties 23-28
0 Sports 29-35
' Calendar 36-38
0 Grades 39-43
Goodland Public Schools Jane Gilsingef ' Edifof
Joyce Burton - Ass't. Editor
Goodland, Indiana Carol Ripley - Business Mg'r.
Joyce Burton - Assistant Editor
Carol Ripley - Business Manager
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The class of 1958 takes this Opportunity no thank all of the
merchants who have so willingly assisted us in ou various
activities throughout our high school career,
Meadow Gold Dairy
Hotler Print Shop
Pasel Shell Service
Gagnon Meat Market
Bales Lumber Company
Crane Flower Bu
Constable Insurance Agency
A G P Tea Company
Fowler Jewlery Store
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WWDORIS ALLENR Music STUDIO
Like many other young people,
line Rouhier is enjoying
lessons at DQRIS ALLEN'S
MUSIC STUDIO. Private instructi
in piano and voice is availabl PHONE 82
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FOR FUTURE SUCCE SS
To THE ENTIRE SENIOQCLASS
CHARLES HOLLAND. MD.
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Meeting of the senior officers and the
620' Our stay in the seventh grade was very thrilling
as we were always hurrying to and from classes for
fear we would be late. It was difficult at times
to find the right room, but we soon learned to find
our way. Doris Peck, Carolyn Spurlock, Jane and
Janet leffert had the honor of becoming junior
high oheer leaders for the year.
The eighth grade was just as exciting as the
seventh had been. Mrs. Cain, the English teacher
at that time, was chosen to be our sponsor Each
semester we had a class party which we all enjoyed
WE WILL HRVEC THESE M0-MENTSTO RE-MEM-BER
Joyce Burton: Annual Staff 43
Paper Staff Lg Sunshine l,2,3,
Lg Sunshine Secretary 3,43
Pep Club 2,3,Ag Choir 1,23
Class President Lg Class Vice
President 2,33 Girls' State
Representative Lg A-H l,2,3g
A-H Reporter 3.
Robert Donahue: Track l,2,3,L:
Basketball 1,2,3,L5 Baseball 3,
Lg Soft Ball 1,25 Pep Club 2,3,
Lg Class President 1,33 Class
Treasurer 23 Class Secretary L.
Lewis Hoaks: Choir l,Lg Class
Secretary 33 Class Vice Pres-
ident L5 Basketball lg Student
Librarian 2s Annual Staff L.
Janet Leffertx Band 1,23 Sun-
shine 1,2,3,4g Sunshine Vice
President Lg Class Treasurer
45 Class Secretary 2g Pep Club
2,3,L3 Annual Staff A5 A-H lg
Paper Staff Lg Student Lib-
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