Hebron High School - Seneca Yearbook (Hebron, IN)

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S E N PRESENTS FACULTY YOU CLASSMATES GUFKS ACTIVITIES SPORTS C A I us- -------------- SENIORS EST HER WAHI.. We the members of the class of 48 1n your honor do dedlcate th1s our annual When we started th1s long hard chmb you were there to welcome us Dur1ng the hme we were 1n your class you encouraged us gave us gmdance and our class alone but every pupxl tnat has entered school s1nce you entered the profess1on has been1nsp1red by your teach 1ng and the example you gave each 1nd1v1dual As we left your class you gave us the needed push 1n the r1ght d1 rect1on andwlth th1s push we have reached our goal grad uatlon Z l I I , , taught us the necessary fundamentals. Not the members of Sfagf Q Nwfl I X I Xl Xa 3 I' i x I J, ' IMIW. I If . IN: XV '-I1X"I IIDIIIF. ?TI'I'1"'I'IC1 J ..'II1xI I FJTIQC K. ISIIX' IAIAI I INS I II I I.'I.' I 'xx I.I3,. mf'-'I.1 I' SI.5If'N V' Uflf XI'-lli I7 IlIi"I3I Nfl? IIQ5 N",Ii'1' IJI, w.iI.',I'1Y -LOI I KI'-JI"-S -'XXJICI 1.I.Y IF HPI flff AQIQK I III Lili? 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' , if I N 4.1-f ,IX J lf IMS f3I' If II.7,. .ISI2 LAR EIKENBERRY W1th1n these pages you w1ll f1nd a p1ctor1al revlew of the school year of 1948 Unl1ke many of the textbooks that you have used from day to day th1s book whlch 1S the product of the txme and efforts of the staff of the class of 48 15 1n realxty a school d1ary of the 1mportant events of th1s school year You w1ll enjoy the book not only because you w1ll appear 1n 1ts pages but because lt W111 become a source 1n helplng you to re call many of the exper1ences that were yours dur1ng thxs as well as pre v1ous years As the years pass the value of the book w11l xncrease and lt w1ll no doubt be prxzed by you much more 1n the years to come than at present As you leave school many of you w1ll d1scard forever most of your text t1nue to serve as a remlnder of the fond experlences that you had school and part1cular1y w1ll1t help you recall the fr1endsh1ps that you made To the members of the class of l948 there were two years of v1tal 1mportance 1n your school career namely the flrst year and your sen 1or year Even though all of your years 1n school have been 1mportant and eventful these two years more than any others should have been the hxghlxghts 1n your twelve years of school exper1ence The real purpose of a yearbook 1S to lllustrate for the students the most xmportant and s1gn1f1cant events 1n your sen1or year The members of the staff the ed1tor and sponsor are to be congratulated upon th1s productlon It IS my smcere hope as the years pass that 1n scanrung these pages lt w1ll have served 1ts purpose 1nhelp1ng you rel1ve the most pleasant exper1ences of your school career 4 books, but such will not be the case withthe Seneca, because it will con- . . . in P MR WELKER MRS SMITH MISS HASS MR FALLS riff' 4 ...f..U.-.wr ---w -IZ.. MR AHLEMEYER MRS WAHI.. MRS VIERK 5 CLASS OFFICERS Presxdent Bruce Hallberg V1ce Pres1dent Ioan Vxant Secretary Jeanne Wahl Treasurer Sh1r1ey Stokes in 6 ' f 5 2?-Vin J" guag- ld '!'ll5. l BERNIC E B LANK orus 1 2 3 4 Op ta BETTY NORRIS and 1 orus eretta 1 on Seneca Staff 4 Treasurer 2 or ocxety el' BETTY BURNS ALICE MU LLINS A 4 junxor P a 3 H onor Socxety 3 Seneca Staff 4 7 .. M , , - 'Y' Ch , ,3.4: G.A.A.1,2, , 4 - G.A.A.1,2,3,4. et 1,2. 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WWW For the past twelve years our class has struggled to reach 1ts goal graduat1on Now as semors hav1ng reached that goal we can lookback on these dozen years and recall the many unforgettable experlences that we have had durxng that tlme In 1936 fxfteen of us trudged to the httle red school on the lullto start on our road to knowledge Janet Betty Norr1s John P1eph0 Mary Kle1nman Margaret Bob Thurner Ahce Mary Gldley Jeanne Wahl Bernadell Martha Bruce Joan Jean Morrow and Norma started thelr f1rst year under M1ss Wahl s guxdance Th1s IS a very loyal group of f1rst graders that have stuck together to the end We can be proud of th1s be g1nrung class The next year under the ausprces of Mrs Lmg we welcomed Earl from Gary and Bernxce from Chlcago znto our group The h1ghl1ght of th1s year was John Pzepho tr1pp1ng the teacher Un1ntent1onally f course Into the thxrd grade' Here w1th Mrs McM1llen for our 1nstructor our learnlng was more complex w1thmu1t1pl1cat1on tables and mus1c lessons St1ll chmblng we started the fourth grade 1n the new school bu1ld1ng Even though there wasn t a f1re escape to cl1mb we found the h1lls a very good place to play cowboy and Ind1ans Harry John Arend Jo1ned our class th1s year from I..ou1sv1lle Mr Scott and M1ss Nolan were our teachers As fxfth graders we had Mlss Nolan for our teacher agaln Th1S was the f1rst year we partxcxpated ln the Jack tourney In the slxth grade with Mr Scott teachlng us the fundamentals of fractlons and grammar we prepared to advance to the h1gh school s1de We all were undec1ded as to whether we would hke lt over there or not because we wouldn t have recess On to the seventh grade and we re on the hmgh school srde Chang1ng classes and locker comblnatlons bothered us at f1rst but we caught on fast New members th1s year were Betty Bruns from Kouts and Dxck Coffman from Gr1ff1th Our last year 1njun1or h1gh Our class was 1ncreased th1S yearby Myron Bxrky from Kouts and June Slager from Chxcago H1gh school here we come' Belng w1ll1ng to learn we found lrfe 1n the freshman class very exlcrtng and much dlfferent espec1ally1n1t1at1on Soc1al hours were the cluef attract1on Wxth the add1t1on of Pete Ger1cke from Lew Wallace and Shxrley Stokes from Hobart we advanced to the sophomore class Th1s 1S the f1rst year we had taken d1fferent subjects from our fellow classmates On to the year of theJun1or and Sen1or Prom class r1ngs and the Jumor play Jeanne Metcalf from Chlcago became a member of our l1ttle group th1s year The year' The one we ve been str1v1ng for for so long Twenty seven proud and happy sen1ors that have reached thelr goal Two new faces thxs year were Don Sherman and Faye I..1tw1ller from Boone Grove and Mason Clty Ill1no1s respectxvely As the largest class ever to graduate from Hebron H1gh School we would l1ke to thank all the teachers and frlends who have made these years the happ1est and dearest of our l1V8S 14 I I 1 1 1 o 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . - 1 - .. . 1 ' - 1 1 a o .C ,o -7 - 1 0 1 c 1 u 1 . . u .n 1 . u I .- a 4 o u 1 u 1 , . 1 a 1 4 I . . . 1 o 1 u Q o a , . , u a 1 u n 1 a 4 l .. - n o 1 1 1 0 1 1 Haw We!! We the members of the Sen1or Class belng of sound bOd16S and mmds 9 do hereby w1l1 and bequeath Our sponsors Mr E1kenberry and Mrs Wahl to the class most deserv1ng them To the Jun1ors all the thr1lls excltement and dec1s1ons of a semor s hfe ln h1gh school To the Sophomores our ab1l1ty to make thlngs work one way or another To the Freshmen three long K9 years and hope of the future I Janet Ruth Alyea do hereby w1ll my cheery sm11e and unfalllng good mormng to Chuck Sweney I John LawsonArend do hereby w1ll my Charles Atlas flgure to Mlke Wahl I Norma Jean Bell do hereby w1ll my ab1l1ty to th1nk before I speak to Norma Axken I Myron Melv1n Blrky do hereby w1ll my short halrcuts to Harold Button I Bernlce AIICE Blank do hereby w1ll my yelhng ab1.11ty at a basketball game to Muretta Butterworth I Betty Mar1e Burns do hereby w1ll a few of my 1nches to Jeann1ne Wrlght I Bernadell Ann Carpenter do hereby w1ll my domestxc 1ncl1nat1ons to W1lma Hough I Rxchard Homer Coffman do hereby w1ll my calmness coolness and collectedness to Jack Osby I Martha Ann DeKock do hereby w1l1 my athlet1c ab1l1ty to Bernard Mart1n I Jullus Pete Gerlcke do hereby wllla pack of Lucky s' to Bob Felton I Mary Kathryn G1dley do hereby w11l my ab111ty to be on txme ln the morn 1ng to Kathleen W1tters I Bruce Clarence Hallberg do hereby w1ll my exc1t1ng r1des on a motor cycle to Maynard G1bson I Margaret Jane Johnson do hereby wxll my place as edltor of the Hawker to Donna VanVeld I Mary Joan Kle1nman do hereby w1ll the work and headaches of the Annual to next year s edltor I Jean Kathleen Metcalf do hereby w1ll my corny Jokes and fun 1n Home Ec class to Clara Marg1son I Jean Ann Morrow do hereby wlll my ab1l1ty to always flnd someth1ng to say to An1ta Pfledderer I Al1ce Anna Mulhns do hereby w11l my long 1usc1ous locks to Tommy Sweney I Betty Al1ce Norr1s do hereby w1ll my ab1l1ty to crochet 'P to Mary Rathburn I Earl Osby Jr do hereby w1ll my f1rst cha1r 1n band to George Dllley and Cedrxc Berd1ne I John Berton P1epho do hereby w1ll my WO1f1Sh ways to Dean Osburn I Donald Ray Sherman do hereby w1l1 my Sophomore Fan Club toW1ll1s B1rky I A11ce June Slager do hereby wxll my hery temper to Kate Anderson I Shlrley Lee Stokes do hereby w1ll my Enghsh themes to Mary Morrow I Robert Cec11 Thurner do hereby w111 my non essent1al chatter to Charles Wagner I Nancy Joan V1ant do hereby w111 my place on the basketball team bus to the future freshman cheerleader I Jeanne Mar1e Wahl do hereby w1ll my g1r11sh g1ggle to Gerda Kaldahl I Margaret Faye L1tw1l1er do hereby w1l1 my ab1l1ty to sewa crooked seam where a crooked seam 1S necessary to Chrlstlne Anderson 15 U , 1 1-P 1 I I 1 1 . . . . . . 1 . 1 1 1 n 1 1 0 . 11 . .. 1 1 . 11 Q 1 1 Q 1 1 ' Q 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 Q 7 I Q 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 a . 11 11 . . .1 1 1 1 0 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 4 n n Cl W I 1 U 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 Q , , f-5 Q 1 1 -1 Q 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 0 1 1 ' Q 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , o In 1958 I m sure you w1ll f1nd that the members of our class are very mu h 1n the news If you ll just glance through a magazlne l1sten to the rad1o or read your da1ly newspaper you are bound to run across one of the old gang Have you heard the new overture played recently 1n Carnegle Hall? The name or haven t you heard 1t you lucky people you 1S the W1lly Tell Overture or You OpenYour Trap andl ll Plug You It was wrlttenby the sc1nt1llat1ng hunk of fem1n1ne pulchr1tude that mus1cal h1t of the natlon Cleopatra Alyea and her all men orchestra The Red Hot Flames All of the fellows ln the orchestra have red ha1r except .Tan who has bleached hers The crooner Antony Ember s1ngs the theme I Knew It Was Only Puppy Love Because Your Nose Was Cold every Sunday afternoon on the DIS contented Hour Don t m1ss It One magaz1ne that you are bound to f1nd 1n every Amer1can home IS that one txtled The PUTSUII of Happlness If you w1ll glance at the 1ndex page you ll f1nd that the ed1tor of the magazme 15 none other than Jean Metcalf Remember all of those ha1r bra1n 1deas that .Ieann1e used to have 1n h1gh school? Well one of them has f1n ally pa1d off She declded that s1nce we have magazxnes called l..1fe and Llberty we mlght Just as well have The Pursu1t of Happxness It 1s full of homey httle household h1nts and the ma1n attract1on1s a mystery ser1al called Mr Foot K1cks Off wr1tten by the ed1tor herself B111 boards along the hxghways up unt1l now were cons1dered a menace to soc1ety and scenery but now plastered on most of these are adve1t1sements about a new vaudev1lle show tour1ng the country They xehad a great effect on the populat1on too because 1n every town th1S act appears the aud1tor1um 1S full and overflow1ng w1th people try1ng to see and hear Shlrley Stokes ventr1loqu1st and her talk1n0 dummy Sebast1an Edgar Bergen and Charl1e McCarthy are practlcally ext1nct anymore Sebast1an walks remote control he talks courtesy of Sh1rl he s almost human Cvlanclng through Esqu1re and other magazmes of speclal 1ntere st to men yuu w1ll f1nda full page advertxsement declar1ng the f1nesse of Hart Shaffner and Arend tallors The advert1sement p1ctures a well dressed man w1th a red head on one arm a brunette on the other and ablonde cl1ng1ng to h1s lapel When que st1oned about h1s appear1ng 1'1 the adverhsement he repl1ed It s not everyone who can get a Job l1ke that Meanlng of course be1ng able to wear an or1g1nal su1t" Quoted from a newspaper advert1sement Do you hate to go to dances because you can t dance or when you do does your partner step on your feet and scuff your shoes or wear the pol1sh off your toena1ls '7 Well we have a novel 1dea 1f you your husband w1fe brother s1ster father mother or grandfather grandma s too old can t tr1p the hght fantast1c w1th the greatest of ease just lace on your steel toed shoes and run don t walk to your nearest Kookle DeKock Danc1ng School Here IS a test1mon1al from a sat1sf1ed customer M Y Backs Broken New York wr1tes B fore I trled the DeKock way to learn danclng 1n 250 easy lessons I was an outcast a regular B O Plenty After 250 easy lessons I could fox trot waltz rhumba conga samba jltterbug square dance tap dance ballet dance polka and just plaxn dance As soon as I m released from the hosp1tal I suffered a d1slocated h1p wh1le learn 1ng to rhurnba I know that I ll be the h1t of the party Now remember run don t walk to the school nearest you We carry you home w1thout extra charge In your h1gh school days d1d you ever l1sten to Dave Garroway everyafternoon at 5 15? Dave used to play records and offer comment on the var1ous mus1cal styles A very unfortundte thlng happened however one afternoon wh1le a b1g Z0 lnch record was play1ng Dave s necktle became entangled 1n the phonograph and he had to run round and round w1th the record He became so d1zzy that h1s doctor says that It maybe years before he recovers In the meant1me he IS be1ng replaced by h1s best buddy Two Ton Thurner Bob IS sponsored by the Messy Bessy Model1ng School Every afternoon he 1nterv1ews one of the models so that s why he wears dark glasses from the school on h1s program So 1f you re not busy around 5 15 turn on the old crystal set to Two Ton Thurner 16 1 - 1 . ' C 1 1 . . . Y . ' 1 1 1 K 1 - . 11 1 11 11 1 1 11 . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 . . 1 . 11 . 0 1 1 vu u - , - 11 1 . . 1 1 . . en- . . . . . 1 . 1 1 1 . , - 1 1 .F . . . . I. .1 . 11 . 1 1 1 1 , . . . 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' K 7 K ' J ' ' M i U ' ' ' mi.. r , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . 11 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' . . 11 1 1 1 ' 1 " 1 1 1 K V J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . 1 1 l . . . . . 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . 6 . . . . 1 . 11 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 I 1 2 . 1 . . 1 1 1 1 11 n - - 1 1 1 . 1 6 1 , . . 1 ' 1 . 1 M YI 1 There 1sa member of our class who 1S dolng someth1ng for hurnamty 1n thls case It s huwomamty If you re a g1rl who 15 pla1n unattract1ve a b1g fat slob Madame V1ant s beauty culture course w1ll help you get r1d of those extra unwanted pounds Every mornmg Monday through Fr1day Joan broadcasts CXCICISCS over the rad1o You can also wr1te her off1ces and for a prxce fnatch you can recexve a correspon dence course 1n beauty The motto of many women who have successfully taken tlus course 1S I-hp h1p away Howdy all you fr1ends and nezghbors l1sten to the Pr1nce Albert show Next Saturday n1ght 1f you hear the se famxhar stra1ns b1ast1ng out of your rad1o don t turn that d1al 11sten to Grand Old Opery because they have a new star to replace M1nn1e Pearl Th1s new smger 1S a comb1nat1on of Hedy Lamarr Lana Turner and Cass Daley She was d1scovered some months ago at an amateur hour glven by a country school 1n Kentucky where she taught mus1c Now she IS well on her way to be1ng f1rst among the crooners and it s rurnored that she may be 1n the mov1es before long Some day you ll probably see Jeanne Marxe starr1ng w1th Red Ryder and Blg Beaver fL1ttle Beaver s a b1g boy now In the September ISSUE of Scxence Monthly there was an art1cle wrltten by a re porter who had xntervxewed D'mavus Gldley noted psycluatnst She IS famous for her ab1l1ty of putt1ng mental patxents at ease whxle treat1ng them When the re porter asked the doctor her secret of success she replled that her blgge st asset was th1s when a patment enters her 0ff1C8 she 1S always calm cool and collected She 1m medxately puts the pat1ent at ease by asking Now what syour b1g fat trouble 'P She has also eSt8b11Shed a new rest home 1n Vermont called Rest In Peace Pete Ger1cke has become one of the nat1on s lead1ng playwr1ghts He has wr1tten traged1es comed1es and h1s latest IS a mus1cal sequel to Ann1e Get Your Gun called Hortence Grab Your Sl1ngshot " I T Smells cr1t1c says th1s 1n h1s column 1nthe New York T1mes about Pete s latest It s stupendous collossal well anyway lt s dlfferent " Betty Burns 1sn t the only one who IS really up 1n the world anymore Many men who use to v1ew the world from other people s shoe tops are now s1ng1ng pra1sesto Granny because she has been manufacturlng elevated shoes that actually add 5 to 10 1nches to your he1ght CNo one even not1ces that you have elevated shoes on u,nt1l they look at your feet If you turn your rad1o to stat1on F E E T you w1ll hear a commer c1al advert1s1ng her New York Store Two Feet " If It s he1ghth that you are m1ss1n And you d l1ke to add an 1nch or two Granny Burns elevated W1ll add th1s m1ss1ng few to you To the tune ofRuben Ruben J Were you lucky enough to attend the O1YI!'lPh1C games th1s year ? If you 11 remem ber the U S walked or rather shotputted away with the champ1onsh1p The fellow from the U S who brought most acc1a1m was a shotput muscle man named John Plepho He threw 72 1 8 feet Isn t that 1nterest1ng hmmm? For the past few months he s been travel1ng around g1v1ng exh1t1t1ons of lus strength 1n the larger c1t1es of the U S and Canada and It s rumored that 1n the near future he may sa11 for Europe where a certaln Egypt1an pr1ncess 1S b1d1ng her tlme unt1l Johnny arr1ves Do you need a vacatxon '7 Well even 1f you don t take a l1ttle t1me off from the old grmd and come to Norma Bell Sblg resort just 2 mlles out of that teemxng metropohs, Hebron It s complete w1th a huge hotel stables 2 swlmmmg pools and a duck pond Next week for one n1.ght only Cleopatra Alyea mentxoned above, and The Red Hot Flames are appearmg 1n the green and orange Sapphxre Room lnc1dent1y Norma s now 1n Chxcago be1ng treated for color bl1ndness St Lou1s woman w1th all her d1amond r1ngs Remember that old Gershw1n h1t from Porky 8: Bess? It s agaxn the favorxte song of fans from coast to coast and just tlunk xt was aga1n made popular by a torch s1nger who was one of our classmates seduct1ve sentxmental sexy Bernadell She IS currently appearlng at Guss1es 17 . . . . . --. . o I n I 1 Q n n 1 . I I I I . Q . . , Q 1 1 1 1 , ' Q . u . . n I I I . u . . . . n , o a 1 q I n 1 1 ' 1 I I . . . . . . I I 1 n 1 . . , . I c n Q u I I n y 1 O 1 I . - I I , , Q ' - 4 M I ' W I I ' . . u n . 0 A 1 n n n 4 . . . . . 54 . n I I u - . . . . . . p Q . , , - 0 u Q 0 0 . I I . . g . . a - 1 . . - . 1 a .D . . . . - . . . M , 4 u . g . . . g Q . . 1 I . . . . gg a , . . . g s 4 , , 1 I O . y . . 1 Q , - 1 . . g . . . I Q . . Q . . ' I I ' I 0 1 1 u I I 1 . . . Q , , s . K . q sv . . . . 1 0 1 a n - . . . gg . . a s u gp 9 . . 1 . . . . a . ' 1 1 1 I M1ssour1 Kentuck1es brother 1n St Louls She scome a long way s1nce her adven ture as a c1garette g1r1 1n Ch1cago Remember Dash1ell Hammett s f1ct1c1ous detectwe The Fat Man? Well -our former classmate Myron B1rky 15 now natlonally known as that 1n.fa1l1ble detectlve The Plulrxp Man Hlsofflces are located 1n the DuBarry Buxldlng 1nNew York and he recently rece1ved add1t1onal fame by solv1ng the case of the Drano K1d Remember th1s was the case where the man flushed hlSW1fe down the form you own conclus xons Abu1let1n recently rece1ved from France The Amer1can ambassador to France hasjust completed h1s f1rst French mov1e It was prev1ewed last mght and the French women have gone s1mply mad about h1m We now take you to the Rue da la Pae where rn a small cafe we wxll 1nterv1ew a typ1cal French woman MIMI Mad1mo1selle what do you th1nk of Monsleur Rene Coffman? She rephed Ahhhhh and passed out cold xnto the arms of anApache Appearlng wxth D1ck or Rene IS every man s dream g1r1 Jean Russell Janes cous1n A left to the Jaw a rxght to the dr1fty m1d they re m a cl1nch Woo woo now Osby breaks away and w1th a stupendous left knocks h1s opponent out Now the w1nner Klller Osby 1n the p1nk trunks w1th the baby blue tr1m 15 coxrung to the center of the rxng the referee IS ra1s1ng h1s hand and Klller Osby speaks Hello Mom It wasa clean f1ght but I won That horse shoe dxd 1t aga1n When asked about th1s horse shoe angle Earl saxd that he always carrxed xt 1n hrs left glove for good luck One of the most p1cturesque botthng popj plants 1n the M1dwest today xs the one located onU S Hxghway 53 10 mlles south of Hebron It s a hu e w1ndm111 st ucture surrounded by tuhp f1elds In th1s beaut1ful place Royal Hat cola 15 bottled Thxs cola whlch tastes best IS best and does the most for you 15 manufactured by .Tume Slager and her husband If you save 999 Royal Hat' caps you can turn them mn to be Smlle and the world sm1les w1th you frown and you frown alone To keep that sm1le sparkhng and lovely longer use Hotgate toothpaste a product of the Donald Sherman laboratones mn B1scusp1d Cahforma Don s personahty sm1le 1S featured mn all of the company s advertxsements You are hable to see h1s sm1l1ng face any where the se days There goes the gun and another annual Ind1anapol1s Speedway race 1S over The w1nner car No 13 15 turn1ng around now and dr1v1ng 1nto the w1nner cxrcle She s hopplng out of her car and now here comes Mr Ronald P Shooter to present the trophy and pr1ze money Speedy looks raushlng 1n chartreuse coveralls fuslua combat boots and a gold helmet whlch she 15 now removmng to reveal a combxnatlon brush feather edge haircut There are photographers here takmg plctures of th1s event and 1n a few days you ll be able to see Margaret Johnson w1nn1ng th1s race m your ne1ghborhood theater Smoke Sxr Walter s and you smoke the best No more mrrated T zones because they re not only mo1stur1zed they re saturated Here s M F L.1tw1ller ofScratch catchawan N C For years I ve seen the Su' Walter company buy the greenest scrounglest sogglesttobacco grown Because ofth1sIrecommend lughly S1r Walter s to all of rnymany adversaries Faye has become one of the best known tobacco auc tloneers 1n the bus1ness In Toledo Ohio there 15 a b1gwh1te buxldxng ln the center of the c1ty If rt weren t for th1s many young women would be homeless And who keeps them warm? Why Swede Hallberg Yes he s the Jamtor at the local Y W C A Thls has proved to be a paying busxness because 1n h1s spare txme he takes in washxng All of the g1rls say the1r sheets and plllowcases C? are the whltest ever Casey Jones has nothmng on Bermce Blank She s now an engxneer on the Bag Su1tcase l1ne whlch 15 better known as the Grand Trunk She s recently been promoted from the old dxesel type engme to the Jet propelled Jobs This traln IS o fast that lt has 1nsp1red a new sport rac1ng trains from New York to London Sounds sxlly doesn't 1t? We haven t flgured It out elther 18 - -nt - J. . . . - . . . . - . . . .. . .. ,, , . . . . . . , ll I I a . . . u ' I . .. . .. . ., . . . .. , . . ,, I I -- , , ' 1 II 1 At II ' I . . . . . . ' 1 7 . C ' 'J n , c - - 1 1, I w . K Q ,, . . . . ' ,. . . . ,. . I I I I . . . . . . , . . , . u a I u . . . , . . . . , . .. , .. . ll ' crowned. . . . i . . . , , I , . . . . . . .. .- . 1 Q . Q . n Q I , . . D 1 I I I . .. .. b. . . . I l l I ' . .y . . . . I ll u ID . o ' 9 I - a I I u s j l I D - U I I I I I 0 0 7 . . . Q A o I I , . . ., - . . - . . - - o . a I I I ' I I I M D I f Q - . , .... . . , . . . . . . . . . . .. . . - Q . 1 - M II I , . . . . - . D . . S . . . ' . . I a n I 0 s f , . And so 1n conclus1on let me say bla bla bla I..ad1es and gentlemen you have just heard the famed pres1dent of Harvard gxve an address to the Umted Nat1ons Assembly at Lake Success N Y We return you to our statxons A lady presldent at Harvard? We l1ve and learn No wonder the alurnru l1ve from reumon to reun1on and all of the younger fellows are clamormg for entrance to the Unwerslty Next week Mary leaves for a world wxde tour spreaduzg good w1ll for the U S We ll bet thateven the Russ1ans w1ll agree wxth us after Klemman softens them up Are you a d1straught teacher ? Are your nerves shattered from chatter1ng ch11d ren? Then come to Ann Wahl s rest home 1 m1le north of Hebron Mrs Wahl guaran tees recuperat1on ln 4 weeks or else Here 15 a testlmomal from one of herpat1ents I was d1straught d1stracted a total nervous wreck Thenlheard about the work Mrs Wahl was domg and I rushed my apphcatxon spec1aldel1very I graduated 1n 4weeks a new woman My dxploma a s1lver handled bullwlup IS somethumg I shall always treasure I fmd that my puplls do not open the1r mouths when I am present I wonder what they say belund my back? I also f1nd her Judo course works wonders 1n hand lmg pupxls larger than I Exkenberry for Congress? Well It all has come true W E 15 now Speaker of the House of Representatxves I-le recently made the headlmnes as apossxble candldate for the presldency He decllned say1ng that he thought he d be much more successful as a representatlve of the people zn Congress Morrow Mull1ns and Norr1s W L. U if those laughable lovable clowns are st1ll rxght up there on cloud mne th1s txme floatmng around the world chart1ng all of the clean rest rooms If you or any of your fr1ends are plann1ng a tnp around the world the1r book Is Th1s Tr1p Really Necessary? 1S an absolute necess1ty "'We Love Us THE END sf ROW Margaret johnson jean Morrow janet Alyea Alxce Mullxns Exkenberry june Slager Betty Norrxs Bernxce Blank 2nd Row Norma Bell, Jean Metcalf Mary Klexnman, Bernadell Carpenter, Mary Gxdley. Martha DeKock, Jeanne Wahl, Joan Vxant, Darletta Anderson, Shxr ley Stokes 3fd ROW Myron Bxrky, John Arend, Betty Burns, Bruce Hallberg, Robert Thur ner, John Pxepho, Bruce Beeker, Pete Gerxcke, Earl Osby, Don Sherman, Dxck Coffman 19 X sl n 1 H 1 . s Q - C . L . . - . . .. We told you so. Remember when we used to sit in U. S. history class and chant l 1 . 1 . . , ' ' , Mr. m 0608 Bruce 1S our pres1dent w1th l1ght blonde ha1r And mostly for sports he seems to care In basketball he IS a star In baseball too he s golng far To Shu-ley Stokes our greatest scholar Surely w1ll come both wealth and honor Her a1rn IS hlgh and very sure Although to us she seems demure Then there s Betty tall and shy Who evades the boys we know not why In a crowd she 1S always lots of fun And never gxves up txll her work 1S done From tractor to motorcycle to car SIDCC a freshrnan Myron has traveled far That d1spos1t1on sunny and sweet Through l1fe we hope he ll always keep Her ha1r IS red and her eyes are brown She goes w1th a fellow from Wheatfleld town She does very well on the clar1net There s Gus wlth a far away look 1n her eye Of course we al' know the reason why As drurn majorette she s r1ght 1n style Toppuxg all others by many a m1le As for beauty and culture there s none so f1ne As the g1r1 who steps over the rose fence l1ne Tis Ioan whom It s a pleasure to meet And as for a cheerleader she s hard to beat If xt s a good txme you re looklng for Or a coke for a dzrne at the local drugstore The boy you can always depend upon Is none other than our Harry John A11ce Mu1l1ns has changed a lot From the t1me she was a lxttle tot Her long blonde ha1r has qu1te a sh1ne And we all th1nk she s mlghty flne Then there s merry Mary who s never contrary Always so busy she never can tarry A med1c she has vowed to be We ve other 1deas but we ll walt and see She s a g1rl who loves skatlng and dat1ng And never keeps a fellow wa1t1ng She may go to Hollywood you never can tell We know her now as Bernadell Z0 f ' I N . . 3 . . , . . . 1 2 1 . l 1 C D S l -- 9 . I a I , . 2 Yes, you've guessed it--her name is Janet. O M I - 1 L I . . . . , . . . . - . 5 I I O I i , . o V n I - I . I . , . . . I I l 1 Z I - I - , . S . Next we come to a g1rl named .Tune Who spends her spare t1me watch1ng the moon For a g1rl Wlth a sweeter sm1le You d have to look for qu1te a wh1le Martha s the glrl who can really boast Of the qual1f1cat1orns we th1nk of most V1m v1gor and v1tal1ty Plenty of wxt and personal1ty Margaret Jane 1S short and sweet When It comes to danclng she can t be beat To college she 1S plannlng to go For how many years we do not know And then there s D1ck who IS her beau And very dlscreetly keeps her mn tow A future farmer he plans to be That he ll succeed IS plaln to me Bobby Thurner so thorough and true W1ll probably soon go to Purdue W1th such a comb1nat1on of brawn and bra1n The h1ghest places he surely w1ll attaln If Betty Norrxs would cast her l1ne On the hook I m sure she d catch somethmg f1ne She s happy go lucky k1nd and true Another glrl you all know well Is that sweet and charrmng Norma Bell She goes about from day to day But never has too much to say When there s work to be done or money to be ra1sed At h1s energy and dr1ve you are amazed Th1s fme young chap I m sure you know In the red stockxng cap T15 John Plepho Jean drlves around ln a new Chevrolet And has a sweet and charrrung way She s good at cooklng and loves to sew These qual1f1cat1ons w1n a man you know He s a boy who s always blow1ng h1s horn From late 1n the evernng t1ll early morn Hxs most pr1ze POSSCSSIODS are a car and a g1rl And I need not tell you h1s name IS Earl Though a farmer he plans to be Donald Sherman can t fool me To make h1m happy all he needs Is a sweet llttle girl to accla1m h1S deeds Then there s Pete Gerlcke a flne young chap For whom many a gxrl would set her trap But now he s been gomg w1th a g1rl far away And xt s all work and there s very l1tt1e play 21 I 9 1 1 . . Z , . . . U i I 1 Q . I . . . . I l 2 1 1 - - ' . . . - - y And always ready for something new. I I 1 . - Q I i . . . . ' : I . , , . l I - . 5 , . l . 1 - . l 2 I Q . a I U Q a We haven't qulte yet told the half Unt1l we ment1on Jean Metcalf She came to us 1n our Junlor Year And very stunnxng she'll always appear. Now Bermce IS a g1rl you w11l dlscover Who w1th laughter and m1rth IS bubbhng over, Housework farmwork and play she combmes And also some t1me for schoolwork she fxnds The tall fr1endly g1r1 who IS known as Faye Comes to us lately from far away Though the t1me we ve known her has been short She s proven to be a m1ghty fmne sport Mr E1kenberry IS a man Who s done more for us than anyone can We hope he ll not underestlmate The thanks of the Class of 48 In so l1ttle space and so l1tt1e t1rne All the f1ne th1ngs I couldn t tell 1n rhyme I am no poet as can eas11y be seen But love you all affectwnately Jeanne Janet Alyea John Arend Norma Bell Myron B1rky Bern1ce Blank Betty Burns Bernadell Carpenter Dlck Coffrnan. Martha DeKock Bruce Hallberg Pete Gerlcke Margaret Johnson Mary Kle1nman Jean Metcalf Jean Morrow Ahce Mull1ns Betty Norrls Earl Osby John P1epho June Slager Sh1rley Stokes Bob Thurner Joan V1ant Jeanne Wahl Faye L.1tw1ller Don Sherman THE END A Sl1ck Chxck G1ve Me The S1mple L.1fe Somebody s Rose In My Merry Pont1ac A Frlend of Yours I m M1nd1n My Own Bus1ness My Flckle Eye When You and I Were Young Magg1e Them That Has Gets' I Haven t Got A Woory In The World I Wonder Who s K1ss1ng Her Now I Know What I Want Pretty Mary My Dreams Are Gett1ng Better A11 The T1me Talk Talk Talk A Pretty Blonde I ve Got A Pocket Full of Dreams The Young Man Wmth A Horn A1n t No Gal Got A Brand On Me He s Just My B111 I Wlsh I Knew Ha11 Hall To Old Purdue P1cca1o Pete Pet Brunette My Old Flame The Best Man ZZ MaryGidley . . . . . . . . . . .Gus, The Great '7de4Z W Janet Alyea Norma Bell Berruce Blank Betty Burns Bernadell Carpenter Martha DeKock Mary Gldley Margaret Johnson Mary Klelnman Faye L1tw1l1er Jean Morrow Jean Metcalf Betty Norrxs A11ce Mulhns June Slager Joan Vmant Jeanne Wahl Shlrley Stokes V1m Vlgor V1ta11ty Sweetness Sense of Humor D1spos1t1on Dramatlc Ab1l1ty Athletlc Ab1l1ty Sm1le Drmples Danclng Ab111ty Leadershxp Fnendhness F1gure Clothes Hands Ha1r LIPS Personahty Eyes Scholastxc Ab111ty qdeaf gag John Arend Myron Birky D1ck Coffman Don Sherman Earl Osby Pete Gencke Bob Thurner John Plepho Bruce Hallberg Hau- Sense of Humor Athlet1c Ab111ty Frxendhness Musxcal Ab111ty Personahty Muscles Drwmg Ab1hty"7 ' L.eadersh1p CLASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Donna Van Veld Secretary Mary Rathburn Treasurer Maynard G1bson lst Row Gerda Kaldahl Mary Morrow Kathleen Wxtters Mary Rnthburn Mxzs 2nd Row Chrxstxne Anderson Muretta Butterworth Norma Axken Catherxne Anderson Tom Sweney jack Osby Wxlma Hough Donna Van Veld 3rd Row Maynard Gxbson Wxllxs Bxrky Mxke Wahl Bob Felton Charles Sweney Bernard Martxn Harold Button Dean Osburn Charles Wagner 24 Haas, Anita Pfledderer, Clara Margison, Jeannine Wright. 2 2 C LASS OFFICERS Pre sldent Ioan Hewltt Vice Pre sldent James Metcalf Secretary Floramae Fisher Treasurer Mary Buchanan Ist Pow George Dilleg n Row Anne Britzke Dorothy Lazlo im Metcalf Esther Hough Joan Clarice Cocharan fd ROW Marjorie Fry ellie Hough Tom Bell Dale Eichelberger Al an Evans Dean Bradley Durand Searle Eugene Birky Stella Buchanan POW Carol Anderson Don Fickle Paul Eggert Cedric Berdine Her Young james Gerxcke Eugene Robey Connie Vlant Don Fry 2d 1 ' . .J' . . Hewitt, Mr. Ahlmeyer, Mary Buchanan, Floramae Fisher, LaVerne Antrim, 3 I ' ' , N ' . . ' , 1 4th. f - A - - ' ' . b 25 C LASS OFFICERS Pres1dent Dzck Blood Vice Pres1dent Mary De Kock Secretary Mary Applegate Treasurer Bob McCo11y lst r W Walter McDonnel Wendell Birky oyce Garvey Leroy Ellis Ars 2nd row Bernice Callahan Don Piepho Marilyn Sampson Delores Thatcher Don Wilson Mary Dekock Donna johnson Mary Lou Applegate 3rd FOW Carol McGinley Tom Osby Robert HcCol1y Betty Thurner Charles Steffel Wendell Thatcher Walter Stockman Dean Smith Phyllis henning Z6 ,B . Oo l. -1 . ll . - . 0: . ',J , '.r. Smith, Jimmy Knopf, Joyce Reithel, Bonnie Hoover, Dick Blood. 5 ' , lvv' - 1 -' A 1 , I 1 a I lv I 41 .,A' up st ow 1 1s u on n1t'1 Fry Betty Bryan oyce Butterwsrtx rs 1erk Betty 211121 Carol Hanaway Don1ld All3Pl'lllI'lE, Louxs Asher nd Row Tom urp 1y aymonrl 1 e Ar rn ltl xonne 'A1r3or1e Cummxns Marxlyn Po1sel eromc Hollwndsworth Nancy ,IcDonnel larxlyn Burtner Pete Grube ri1'?ow Uft1S 1 son om urns cn xtt Don Bucmnan Lester Burn s Row eannxne Anderson Hownrri H1ck111an a lace Mullxns Nadxne Coff man 'r .1 s can Hero Friwqrd Hren Kent Hoover Robert P16010 nd 10W ll fl au xne weney X ry Bea wflgl 'iarjean Frame aul R1ley ora ae ucrnsn 1910 as 15 er Kqthryn De oc :ne Wahl rd Row ements Van er ee ar :ara 1 son y rh eannette gert August Burns Kenneth Cable iary F1clf.1e es er uzza 11 ley Bxrky Z7 1. R :Plyllf Br: ,A '. , t, J l,F.l,. V' , ' 'f '1v, , 1 ' , '. . 2 J Ll l , R 1 1w11.'th, Jan .- l, Ed' I D' , ,. ' ' ' , ' '- . I 1 - . ' '- . T1 A 31 : C ' W'l , T B , K W' , l. , ser, Ken Gesse, Fay Alice Thatcher. Ronald Lazlo, Curly Osburn. 2 f J ' , . ' , w 1 ' , ' - , nl . F'll , J , 1, . . , ' ,l . P I Billy A t 'm, P 1' 5 ,zla 'lf. 1- ' ' . P ' . Fl M G 'y, NA I l F' h . - K ky If Y : C1 d Z , B l W'l, , B111 U as, J Eg V ' V , ll ' ' 1 I. t M 11. sr 'I'- 2 M CAT to R MISS Mrs M1ss .to R. M155 Mrs. Mrs. GRADE TEACHERS lst Row Henderson Knarr Nolan , , Znd Row Wahl . . Morrow . McM111en Z8 lst Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Znd Grade . .6th Grade 3rd Grade ' fy f ti 2 I are a 1 :fi L. . : L : fs.-J st W ar nn a es G xt e ugene e ar ene Corte a r1c1a Sm1th Caro Hale D1ck Johnson 2nd Row konald West a lHd8 Frame oyce Mrlntyre Carol Bradley av an'eld Irene Albertson Dewey Dxllworth rrl Row enn S1119 na e Dorothy Ol3PllCll1ll1 '21 G Pxe 11:1 u 1 'aro yn rdme D rl Patrmck st ow om eq ur e c e vxn 'ixrky crgx hP Mary ean Herz aul Fxsher lvrrx Bxrky K1y B100 o1nna B 2nd Row onald Lxbson gr ron Mc o y wry auo Cavxn-Pr Patt Lush Nancy Guernsey ayton oove-r r11r rh Tl19l'3ll Albertson rd Row 1m Reed att 1 Q- onnxe ee mer 1:1 xr Carr erry Lloyd ames Re1s111ger JUIIIOI' Jusker ugly ruhe "'olPrt Petr Donald Kxrby 29 df 3 , W A' - E H 1 x n 4. V . I .' 1 1 1 ' . ' 4 . Y' .ik X 'i ' ' U y ' ' j' 2 . D I, 5 . V ' THQ, ' I l A 7 3" 1 ty 951 fa . A .-'At f'.,. J ix! .ux 1 R0 2 M y A B 1 . P gay L' rl . E B ll, m 1 11, P - 'S A A " , 1 " . ' ' . . : N ' ,M1' . , J , , 1, D id V Y 1 , A . 3 V: G1 g'1,, no ld B 11, .' , g 1 ' p , R U Elle-11 Thatcher, Patricia Wnle, C. l I-1. F' , i,g ' ', 1 Q 1 I ,' " ? , 'I . ' 1 1 1 l 1 R :T Aly ., Sl' l y Egg rt. Ml ' 1A . V 'l ' ro. . J , P " , F. Att ' , 1 cl, J: ell. :R " . . Bill V' gin, By 1 C ll , M. J ' 1 f y , ' ' . , C1 H . Ri l. rl U as, 3 : J' . P y R'l y, B ' R cl, Rol t C:,l. H: len e-ll, J . J ' ' . ' 1 . . J 0 . .1 1 y. st nov 11rlenc Arra A ys oover u 1 1 xllxamson Dennxs ICCO ugcno bowarrls onnxe avlnrer o1n orrow R1c1ar Frame Joyce ry'1nt Carol Mclntyre lnet Dxnsmore nd Row Larry Obenchaxn Iyron Fanaway Udllh E1ler Llla Patr1ck Jerr artxn vert Wflglt Dorxs Correll ohn Ross Maurrce Sampson Mxlton Glbson Ronald Hallberg rd W err C1 e rancx 'ar 0 Betty Poe H'JUf1CE Hxckman Larr aylor onald Wflgl A ert P1ep1o mor koger Ashe Gertrude Slns Suzanne Fxckle mg!! st ow ancy W1 e rry glade Davxd Dxerkxng June Koehler Hadonna Douglas jane Henson e 11e S1 Robert Lloyd judlth McKay Joyce Brxcker 2nd Row Jo Ellyn Pelry Helen DeKock Edxth Gxbson Donna Patrxck Joan Lush lxeal Exkenberry Guy Sxms Merlyn B1 rky Leroy Ufaa john Blank 3rd Row Bob Rexsxnger, Ruby Exchelberger, Donald Oehlmar, Alxce Pxepmo ack Fxsher, Ruth Slager, jxmmxe Phxlllps, Sharon Conrad, Glenn Cummxns, Clxfford Poxsel 30 I ikw - 1 1 wff 1 - ' 1 - l L ' A- T .l ,A D. 'va l M W 7 ?, Mm. V 1 , 1 , l .l K 4 lm 1 l my . 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POW Charles Bryant ames Bell Jack1e Leach Roberta Henson R1chard anZ1te eor e tan or 0 crt osent 13 aues atr1 Barbara LIAYIIHIIIS Darlene West e Po1se Lesl1e Fxc e nd ROW Sally omnson 1 1am Woo e onn1e yea Ernest Corte 1 james 1tr111 1 ter K ea p S lv1a Burns ar Mable Leach N011 Albertson momas Potts Larry Alltflm PERRY Wyland Carol 1cG1nn1s rr P014 a e ha ec 1, o ert V51 , nn ruce, av1 :urn , Sandra Pxsher, own utton, 104 .ine en 0, ona :le C 11 Antr , Rhoda Durkee 31 S' A 1 5 . 1 S R - 1 i 1 R 1 1 A i' ' I i Q 'N V v f .. . 1 w , vqifi I Y K T . K- -f-, 9 A' Y I ' " r, A , l ' ,J ., 1 M ' K1 'D , R ' , , J ' ' , , ' 2 I I J ' . l A' . ' ' . ' ' , ' : ' , . J ' . U , J I ' D ' NN , . A I ,.. k Q ff N . 1 f A ' P K 5 - , J . A . ' ' - ' V " . G g S f d, R b R I 1, J 1 . 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Ist Row Floramae Fxsher joan Hewxtt Mary 3uchanan june Slage Welker janet Alyea Carol McG1nley HBFJOYIC Fry Nellxe Hough 2nd Row Mary Rathburn Muretta Butterworth Norma Axken joan Vxant Wxlma Hough jeanne Wahl Norma Bell Stella Buchanan Joyce Garvey 3rd Row Bernrce Blank Dorothy Lazlo Clarlce Cochran Esther Hough Kath leen Wrtters jeannxne Wrxght Mary Morrow Mary Lou Applegate Aargaret johnson 4th ROW Bernadell Carpenter Betty Thurner Dean Osburn Earl Osby Rober Thurner Cedrxc Berdxne Mlchael Wahl Don Sherman Carol Anderson 1st Row janet Alyea Margaret johnson Jeanne Wahl Donna Van Veld Stella Buchanan Martha DeKock Mary Klexnman Joan Vxant 2nd Row Connxe Vxant Kathleen Wxtters Bernadell Carpenter Norma Bell Betty Thur ner Earl Osby Cedrxc Berdxne Kate Anderson George Dxlley Carol McG1nley Mar Jor1e Fry Dorothy Lazlo Mxke Wahl Dlck Coffman 3rd ROW Mary Rathburn Wxlma Hough joan Hewxtt Donald Wxlson Mary DeKock Mar Applegate Paul Eggert Don Sherman Floramae Fxsher Robert McColly jeannxne Wrxght 4th Row Donald Pxepho Myron Brrky Robert Thurner M Welker Mary Gldley Curtxs Wxlson janet Wahl Bernxce Callahan Barbara Wxlson 33 L : ' , ' , . - , r, Mr. ' , . , l . . 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