Huntertown High School - Citadel Yearbook (Huntertown, IN)

 - Class of 1950

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awe p'za,e4eag The year of 21511 finds the senior class of "Nl" starting' thei1' expedition for the unknown planet of Mars. 'llhe roeket was invented by the well know11 seientist. Charles Uyerly, who has tried for over 100 years without sneeess. to ereate a ship that would export every human being' from this planet into the world of tomorrow. The roeket, whit-li is square like an egg, is being' shot by our humorous, good looking' Diek Bower. who is trying at the moment to drag his little angels who happen to be Eddie Tom. Jr. and Tom llenry, Sr., away from the window before they fall out into the elutehes of our little. gruesome Mary Ann Grosjean, the dying monster. She was dying around threw the air with the greatest of ease. The eo-pilot, Dorothy Freeman. was paying' due respeet to her knitting' whit-li she was doing' for her little. unknown bugs on Mars. As we were exploring' the roeket we walked into the pit v. here we found hanging' by their feet none other than Kathie Shew and -laek Flaigg who seemed to enjoy sleeping' that way. As we walked on in a little farther we found pretty. little Gladys Guitf and Betty Fox working' on the motor. Then we went to the window to look out: here we saw our handsome Ned Keener and Lois Siples, sitting on top, enjoying' the sun light from the stars. So we joined them for a little minute. Oh. there 's the milky way and there is Mary Patterson, Ray Konger. Charlene llc-Kinley. and Jaek Bowser riding a1'ound on a iee ereani eone! XVe rode on a. little farther then we eame to the dipper. llere was -Tim Clark and Ray Cummins trying' to g'et a drink of water out of it. lVe rolled on in and around the stars and stripes until we finally reaehed Mars. NVe parked our roeket in the yard of Hill Till 's famous mansion known as the Ted Hawk raneh. lt was all feneed in by a great. big eloud in whit-h we saw g'reen-eyed Russell Green riding' on a pair of seissors. Getting' out of our roeket we started our expedition of Mars. Running' into Mary Roth's store we saw she was selling our famous lietty Thomas' apple seeds, Exploring' a little farther, we saw a sign which read. "This way to Sillie Phil .lohnson's baby setting' ag'eney." Curious as We were we went down to see it and found two little orphans which were none other than g'rog'g'y Norma Croxton and lanky Burl Gause. As we hurried on we found a pieee of paper whieh head, 'tSee the moon through Vaughn llarsi-hand's sight seeing' lslandf' So finding it we looked at the moon and saw that Virginia f'hampan was the woman in the moon. Looking' around we saw Ann Kell and Ann Arnold enjoying a moon bath on the beach of Charles Freeman 's lake. As the sun was melting' in the north, we all jumped aboard our ror-ket and started baek to our fair eity of Huntertown. Un our way We saw Donald Shultz frying red eggs on the Sun. 'l'here's the North Star and what do we see, but none other than Rose Ann Peters swinging on it by her teeth. As we glide through the air we see VVilma Genth and Lee Gordon wondering around in the breeze, trying' to find Fred Streets and Bill Fritz, who were enjoying a green eheese sandwich. Sitting' on a streak of lightning, having a game of cards were Allen Gillum and Owen Gross. Coming' on in to our school yard we were greeted by a wonderful stoogie Bob NVise. With a hit and a miss we found ourselves situated in the halls of H. II. S. Which goes to show that anyone can make believe. 18

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iatwzq 614445 Looking baek i11 tl1e year 1938, seventeen students ill tl1e class of '50 started tl1eir first year studying their ABC's and learning to write their numbers. Those well inannered little stars included Ann Arnold. Lowell 4.'u1nn1ins, Betty Fox, lfliarles Freeinan, XVillia1n Fritz, 'Wihna Genth, Maryanii Grosjean, Owen Gross, Russell Green. l'hil -lohnson, ghllll Kell, Charlene McKinley, Vaughn 3I?1I'St'ilHllll, Charles Uverly. Kathie Shew, Donald Shultz. Hlltl Fred Streets. lVe left our first grade with our 1-eport eards tl1at said "Dl'0lllOlPtlH which put a sparkle i11 our eyes. Starting tl1e set-ond grade Reginald f-lellalian with his red hair brightened the year with Betty Thomas. Hose Allll Peters, Lois Hiples. illltl Xorina Vroxton gliding into tl1e third Hlltl i'iUlll'til grades. Yo stars were added to the fifth a11d sixth grades. ln order tO tinish o11r elenientary years .lack Flaig. Mary Roth. Gladys Guiff, Lee Gordon, -lllll Clark. and l'lieha1'd Bower joined ns i11 lll2'l1't'lllllg' to North Side High School to reeeiye Olll' blue covered diplonias. Vile began Olll' eourse ot' lligh S1-hool work with Jack Bowser, Virginia t'hapn1a11, Dorothy Fl'G9lllHll. Burl Gause. Allen Hilliun. Ted Hawk. Ned Keener, Rayinond Konger, Eddie Toni. illltl Robert NVise. Ulll' first i:l'l'SlllllHl1 1-lass party was a pot-luck supper with Mrs. llostettler Rlltl Mr. Fee at-ting as ehaperones. Entering Olll' soplioinore year we eleeted Bert Freenian. To111 Henry, iillll Virginia Chap1na11 for class otl'iee1's. Toni Henry was tl1e only star to enter our soplioinore class. NVe enjoyed the History Vlub parties Hlltl Ulll' class sponsors were Mrs. Palieki and Mr. Appleinan. Bill Till Hllll Mary Patterson were the two lueky stars that inade the light brighter during Ulll' junior year. Miss Enley and Nr. Sihle lltitl llliflllf' headaches as Olll' sponsors. This year we lliltl two 1-lass parties and gave a banquet i11 honor of tl1e seniors of '-L9 with the tl1e111e based on "The Gold Rush of the '49ers." XVe also ordered Olll' 1-lass rings and gave "A Ready Made Family" as Olll' class play. Finally in tl1e year of 1950 we are seniors with "Let l's Ile Seen By Our Deeds" as Olll' class inottoq Olll' class tlower a white earnationg a11d our colors were green Hlltl silver. 0111' class play was "Girl-Sl1y" and our delightful sponsors being Mrs. Smith and Mr. Prible. Two ot Olll' respoiisibilities was the publishing of tl1e Black and Gold Flash a11d Olll' year book the Citadel. VVit.h Ned Keener, President: Virginia Chapinan. hvlL'9-Pl'4lSllll'lltZ Lois Siples. Seeretaryg a11d Ann Arnold, '1'reas11rer, we ordered o11r eaps and gowns. pictures. invitations, a11d 1131119 cards. UOIIIIIIPIICPIIIPIU was held May 16. Hilti Baeea- la11reate the preceding Sunday. As we leave H. II. S., each going o11r separate ways and not knowing what Olll' goal ill life will be, we hope X011 will reineniber us by our motto. "Let Us Be Seen By Our Deedsn. 17



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Elena 7066! af 7?50 ARTICLE I I, Ann Arnold, will my majorette ability to Janice Mountz. I, Dick Bower, being of sound mind and body do will and bequeath my ability to study to any hard working freshman. I, jack Bowser, will and bequeath my ability to go with Mary Roth to any lucky guy. I, Virginia Chapman, will and bequeath my enthusiasm for basketball and my ability to blush to Dora Whan. fNot that she needs themj. I, Jim Clark, being of sound mind and body qif anyone can be after IZ years at H. H. SJ do will my ability as a canasta player and my part of the harness of the Mule Train to jim Martin. I, Norma Croxton, will my ability to get out of Sociology and Government class to my sis, Mary. I, Ray Cummins, being of sound mind and body fif anyone can be after 12 years at H. H. 5.9 do will all my ability as a Canasta player and my part of the harness of the Mule Train to jim Martin. I, jack Flaig, will my ability to be in a joyful mood to Mrs. Burns. I, Bert Freeman, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to keep quiet in class to Bruce Bower. I, Dorothy Freeman, will my ability to play the part of the Negro in the Senior play to Ruth Sloffer. I, Bill Fritz, will my ability to be good on the school bus to Jim Blessing. I, Betty Fox, being of sound mind and body will my ability of being a cheer leader to Virginia Shank, Ann Gump, and Bennie Grimm. I, Burl Gause, being of sound mind will my ability to keep quiet in Agriculture to Don Surface who does not need it. I, Wilma Genth, hereby will and bequeath my baton twirling to Vincent Sherwood. I, Allen Gillum, will to Dick Gordon my ability to get along with Guinther in agriculture. I, Lee Hannah Gordon, will and bequeath my bashfulness and ability to keep quiet in government to any jumpy junior. I, Russ Green, will and bequeath my ability to keep my mind on my own business to Nancy Deetz. I, Owen Gross, will to Richard Gordon the cast on my leg and the steel collar on my neck. I, Mary Ann Grosjean, will my ability to get out of Study Hall to any underclassman who finds them as boring as I did. I, Gladys Guiff, will my freshman math book to any unfortunate underclassman who may need it. I, Ted Hawk, will my ability to play Euchre in Speech class to Louie Till. I, Tom Henry. will my ability to play snooker or: school days to jerry Miller, Don Hurst, and Bob Spangler. I, Phil Johnson, will my ability to drive at night without lights to Owen Gross, Bill Fritz and Mary Patterson. I, Ned Keener, will and bequeath my ability to be kind to Mrs. Burns to Marvin Martin. I, Ann Kell, will my height and size to ,loy Steager fshe needs ith. I, Ray Konger, will my diploma to the juniors that are aching to graduate. QDon't rushj. I, Charlene McKinley, hereby will to Marjorie Pepple, my geometry book and workbook providing she uses them. I, Vaughn Marschand, being of sound mind and body C I thinkj will and bequeath my ability to figure out and get along with my teachers to anyone in the junior class. And to Holland Thompson, I will my "lip" for a trumpet and my Basso Profundo voice, so he may make love to the girl of his dreams with music. I, Reginald Harry McMahan Jr., being of sound mind and body do hereby will and bequeath my ability to type with one finger to Monica Kell. I, Charles Overly, will my great ability in Speech class to any tongue tied junior. I, Mary Patterson, being of sound mind and body do hereby will and bequeath my ability to flirt to Louise Tonkel and Phil johnson. I, Roseann Peters, will my ability to keep a man more than a week to Nancy Peters who needs it! I, Mary Roth, being of sound mind and body will my sickly grin after failing .a test to my sister, Joyce Roth. fContinued on page 541 19

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