Mooresville High School - Wagon Trails Yearbook (Mooresville, IN)

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SUPERINTENDENT PRINCIPAL ULU' .14 ge OFOOL5 1 ' " '-'H -anniv- L , ,, in ' -in 1 l I 4 . - -- -- Ju- ,L 12 -ff----M Au:-'-'Z A-411 ,. jo egb Olga em SCHOOL BOARD President: WALTER SMITHERMAN Secretary: FRED GLIDDEN Treasurer: IEAN HENDERSON Secretary to the school: CHARLOTTE PARK 41 5 Our uperinfenclenf Seniors! The day of your graduation is rapidly approaching. To you it will mark a major milestone along life's pathway. To mod- ern civilization your generation has a respon- sibility equaled by none in history. After cen- turies of what we call progress, world affairs are in the greatest muddle of all times. You will be going out into an entangled state of human affairs. We are relying upon you to help solve many of the problems which have come about through no fault of yours. Many of you, I know. are planning addi- tional training after leaving high school. The rest of you will be plunging immediately into the pool of new responsibilities. Regardless. never lose sight of an old truth, "Education starts with the cradle and ends at the grave." As you study for future possibilities there should be something to constantly remind you that people in general look wistfully at that talent which belongs to someone else. Don't let wishfulness for the talents others cause you to overlook your own. Do those things which you can do well whatever they may be. I-'ind the one which satisfies your mind and brings the greatest inspiration to you whether it be technical work or a simple living. When it has been found. hold on to it and cultivate it until it is your slave. Many successful people have tried their hands at more than one thing. lf you should find that you cannot be satisfied with your first choice, make a change. In making your second choice use the pitfalls of your first to make your second a greater success. Humanity has traveled an endless road from the very beginning which can be reached forward through history. First, very slow on foot. then on muleback. Then by rude carts, and then better carts drawn by horses. Then clumsy motors on lighter vehicles and finally motors so powerful and vehicles so light that with wings they leave the ground fly through the air faster than sound. So go forth SENIORS OF MOORESVILLE into this fast moving world of 1949 and make your path to add to the road of civilization extending forward into the future. Dale E. Brock O ' ' As another class of graduates emerges from Mooresville High School, we ur prlnclfoa are again reminded that time moves swiftly. Only a few short years ago the Class of 1949 was entering upon the first year of its formal education. Between that time and now, many precious moments have elapsed. It is my hope that none of them have been wasted. but that each one has contributed something toward making you a better individual, or toward making the world a better place in which to live. Life consists of moments. not years. Mo- ments are all that we're sure of. Time is ever- lasting, but you and I have only a tiny bit of it. lf we would accomplish something. we must do so quickly. Moments are life's jewels, so precious and so very scarce. We dare not waste them: we need to use everyone of them in building our lives. And while we are busy building a life. let's try to end each day with a little friendship, or music, or study, or fun. or family sentiment, or prayer. Never a day without a laugh, except when sorrow comes. Never a day without a book. Never a day without a friend. Never a day without God. In this way we will be sure to find "peace of mind" and the end of a "perfect day". O. H. Finke. alfukg MARIORIE DAILEY B.P.S.M.- Indiana University Music Commerce WALLACE R. POTTER B.S.-Butler University Working toward a Mas- ter's Degree there now with a major in Education Social Studies Physical Education BASIL B. BOWMAN B.S.A. Purdue Vocational Agriculture MARY E. MCCLEARY B.S. Butler University Working toward Master's Degree there now with cz major in English English IEAN EGGLESTON B.S.eIndiana State Teachers College Commerce EILEEN GUNDERSON Social, Studies, VIRGINIA RICE Butler U. Latm-English A.B.-Omaha University LAVERNE OSTEHMYER B.S.-M.S.-Butler University Physical Education Biology RUTH E. SPROAT B.S.-Purdue University Home Economics ELIZABETH VAN LIEW A.B.-Milllkin University. Graduate work, Chicago University and Indiana University. Mathematics 6lCuAy 'UF IOHN M. VAN LIEW B.S.-University of Illinois M.A.' Degree - Columbia. Further work at Indiana University and the Uni- versity ot West Virginia. Coaching Physical Education Health and Safety grade SCLOO! jalfuky LEWIS TRUAX B.S.-Indiana State Teachers College. Graduate work, Indiana University. Industrial Arts TEXA SMITH REVA THUAX 6th Grade 5th and 6th Grades f I i E. W. WARRINER DOROTHY PIEPER DOROTHY RAGSDALE Mr. Warriner, supervisor ot the grade school. successiully 4th and 5:11 Grades 3,-d and 4th Grades carries out his executive duties and teaches Math in the 8th grade. grade SCAOOK jadlhy MARTHA COPELAND EVA ANDERSON CECILE RAINBOLT MARY MCKAMEY 3rd Grdde 2nd Grade lst and 2nd Grade lst Grade STUDENT COUNCIL President. Mike Forester: Ieanette Barker: Pete Scott: Ieanne Marine: Mr. Brock: Bruce Smitherman: Dorothy Belle Riggs: Vice-President. Lowell Swinney: Secretary. Rosemary Van Hoy. Each year the students elect twp members from their respec- tive classes to represent their interests in school activities. The student council engages speakers and various perform- ers to inform and entertain the student body throughout the year. This year the student council has been putting forth all pos- sible effort to raise enough funds to provide bleachers for our new football field on Me- morial Field. OUR R. N. In the hands of our capable and efficient school nurse lies the physical welfare of the student body. We are most fortunate to have Mrs. Aldrich, R.N., who takes a personal interest in each individual student of our school. Throughout the year, she assists in carrying out the immunization program to guard our health against disease and to insure a better daily attendance record. The students of Mooresville realize their indebtedness to Mrs. Aldrich for her services. longing .gnfo file jufure I ' 4 1 1 4 I Q v m 4 ti T - ' 1 WX S . L Y ,I L I HERBERT ADLER Track l, 2, 3, 4, Lettennans Club 4: Speech Play 4: Annual Staff 4. EUPHEMA ALLRED G.A.A. 2: Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 3. 4: Paper Stall 3, 4: TOM BAIN Track 3: Ir. play stage com- mittee: Prom committee. GRACE BLANKEN SHIP Band 2. 3: Chorus 3: Glee Club 2, 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Paper Stall 4: Class Officer 3: Annual statl 4: Iowa Falls H. S. 2, 3. IANET CARLISLE Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Class Play 3: Paper stall 2, 3, 4: Assistant Editor ot paper 4: Co-editor of annual 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Speech Play 4. eniord 12 HUGH ALLEN Football 3. 4: Baseball 1.12. 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Iunior Play 3. RICHARD BAIN Ir. play stage committee: Prom committee. BETTY BEASLEY G.A.A. 2, 3. 4: G.A.A. Vice- Pres. 2: Paper Stal! 3. 4: Li- brarian 3. 4. CHARLES BLASCHKE 4-H Club 3. 4: Ir. play stage committee. CHARLES CHENOWETH lr. Play stage committee: Prom committee. MARTHA ANN DAKE Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Majorette 2, 3. 4: Annual staff 4: Iunior Play 3: Paper staff 4: 4-H Club l. 2. VIRGINIA FRANCIS Paper stall 3. 4: Librarian 2. 3: Annual stall 4: Ir. Play 3. TALMAGE GOLAY F.F.A. 3. 4: Ir. play stage committee: Prom committee. GERTRUDE GUNNELL Chorus 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Annual stall 4: Student Council 1. 3: Class officer 2. LAEL HARSHMAN Band 1. Z: Chorus 4: Ir. Play 3: Speech play 4: Annual staff 4: Paper stait 3. 4: Glee Club 4: Sextette 4. eniora 13 DOROTHY FARMER G.A.A. 2: Annual staff 4: Paper stall 3. 4: lf. PIUY 3- MICHAEL FORESTER Baseball 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Football 3, 4: Lettermans Club 3. 4: Student Council 3, 4: Ir. Play 3. OTIS GREGORY It. play stage committee: Prom committee. ELIZABETH HADLEY Chorus 1, 4: Paper Staff 2, 4: Editor of paper 4: Ir. Play jS. DJ 3: Annual Staff 4: Glee Club 4: Librarian 3. BARBARA HAWORTH Majorette 4: Chorus 3. 4: Glee Club 3. 4: Annual stall 4: Paper stali 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2, 3. BOB IONES Football 3. 4: Basketball l. 3. 4: Baseball 3. 4: Lettermans Club 3. 4: Speech play 4: Band l. Z. ROBERT MADGE Class President 4: Baseball 1. Z: Basketball 1. 2. 3: Football 3: Track 1: Lettermans Club 2. 3, 4: Pres. Lettermans Club 3. BOB MARINE Student Manager 1. 2. 3: Track 3: Football 3. 4: Lettermans Club 3. 4: Rushville H. S. l. 2, 3. IVAN NEITZEL Ir. play stage committee: Prom committee. IOANNE PLUMMER, Chorus 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Annual stall 4: Paper stall 3. 4. eniora 14 gnh' ' . lRlS KELTNER Class officer 3: Student Coun- cil 2: Majorette 2. 3, 4: Cheer Leader 4: Chorus l. PHYLLIS MADGE Librarian 4: Prom committee. BETTY MODLIN Class officer 1, 4: Paper staff 1, 2. 3:- Cheer Leader 4: An- nual stati 4. ALICE PEASE Cheer Leader 1: Librarian 4: Class Play 3: Class oiiicer 3: Monrovia H. S. 1. 2. 3. RONALD PHITCHARD Basketball 1: Ir. play stage committee: Prom committee. CALVIN RECORD Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 3: Track 3: Football 3. 4: Let- termans Club 2, 3, 4. MARY ANN SELLARS Paper staff 1: Annual staff 4: Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Chorus 4: Class officer 3. 4: Sextette 4: Ir. Class Play. CHESTER SMITH Ir. Play ,stage committee: Prom committee. BILL TERRELL Ir. Play stage committee: Prom committee. ROSEMARY VAN HOY Chorus 4: Glee Club 4: Sex- tette 4: Student council 4: Paper stafi 3, 4: Annual staff 4. eniord 15 DELBERT ROSS Class President 2: Band 1. 2: Chorus 4: Ir. Class Play: Bas- ketball 4: Paper stafi 3, 4. PHYLLIS SICKEL G.A.A. 2: Librarian 3, 4: Paper staff 3, 4: Annual staff 4. MARTHENA SMITH Paper staif 3, 4: Chorus 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Annual staff 4. MARGARET VAN HORN Sunshine Society 3: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Sextette 4: Shortridge H. S. 1. 2: Center Grove H. S. 3. MARY LOU VARNER Chorus 1, 2: Glee Club 1. 2: Class officer 3. 4: Annual stati 4: Sextette 4: Librarian 3. -If -.9 ., . Y - .rt -:.- .msn Sniord CURTIS WILCHER DELOIS WILLHIDE Chorus 2, 3. 4: Annual stat! 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Paper stat! 3. 4. Chorus 4: Football 4: Letter- mans Club 4: Basketball 1. 3: Class President 1. 3: Student Council 2: Ir. Play: Paper stall 2. STANLEY ZIEGLEH Football 3, 4: Letterrnans Club 3. 4: Tech 1. 2. EARL BUSH Ir. play stage committee: Prom committee. MOTTO: Fortunes Wait at Labour's Gate COLORS: Maroon 6. Gray . FLOWER: Rose Y ofooLing info fhe pad T ,. .E Cfaaa .Malorg In the fall of 1945 the doors of Mooresville High School were opened to sixty-six wide-eyed and bewildered freshmen with high hopes of attaining a secondary education. It was a gruelling test of our stamina, but we all survived a merciless initiation at the hands of the formidable seniors. To start us oft on our four-year educational joumey we chose the following class officers: Curtis Wilcher. president: Iohn Mann, vice-president: Betty lean Modlin, secretary- , treasurer: Kathleen Crutchfield, historian: and Nick Cordray and Gertrude Gunnell, student council members. Miss Tanner and Mrs. Biqgers were our class sponsors. Fifty-seven ofthe freshman class returned for their sophomore year in quest of further knowledge. As leaders of our class during this crucial year we chose: Delbert Ross, president: Nick Cordray. vice-president: Gertrude Gunnell, secre- tary-treasurer: Kathleen Crutchfield, historian: and Iris Keltner and Curtis Wil- cher. student council members. Mr. Bisesi and Miss Mulvihill were our class sponsors. The social highlight ofthe year for us was a "Backwards" party which our class sponsored for the high school. I I 16 .. I 4. , .......A.. -.n-n um..-.....,..... 4 ' ' "4 e following year found fifty students still enrolled, with the following officers becoming real leaders: Curtis Wilcher, president: Mary Ann Sellars, vice-pifgsident: Iris Keltner, secretary-treasurer: Kathleen Crutchfield, historian: and Mike Forester and Gertrude Gunnell, junior representatives on the stu- dent council. As we had become upper classmen now, we were taking on more and more responsibility. The noon hours and football and basketball games kept us busy selling popcorn, hot dogs, soda pop, and other refresh- ments. The stage-minded members of our class demonstrated their dramatic ability in a three-act comedy entitled "A Little Honey." The last semester was spent in preparation for the junior-senior prom and reception. We were busy decorating, listening to bands, preparing menus, and attending to all the other details connected with this pleasant occasion, not the least of which was the crowning of the Prom Queen, Maxine Park. In the fall of 1948, forty-four members of our original freshman group entered their year of distinction, the senior year. Our first act was one of revenge -the initiation of the freshmen-the occasion for which we had been waiting for three years. Much to the chagrin of the freshmen, we summoned up all the ingenuity and mischievousness in us in planning an initiation that equaled and perhaps excelled our own in halarious nonsense. Climaxing this two-day ordeal was a party in honor of the new full-fledged scholars. As leaders in this most important year of our high school career, we chose: Robert Madge, president: Mary Ann Sellars, vice-president: Betty lean Modlin, secretary-treasurer: Mary Lou Varner, historian: and Mike Forester and Rosemary Van Hoy, senior mem- bers of the student council. Mr. Truax and Miss Dailey were our sponsors. As one of the many activities of this busy year we sponsored dances after football and basketball games, including a gala Halloween dance. In preparation for graduation we spent much time in selecting commencement invitations, having our pictures taken, and organizing and publishing our annual. Several mem- bers of the class attended College Day at Martinsville High School. The senior class, along with the junior class, took a trip to Indianapolis and visited the State Legislature and other places of interest. It was our pleasure this year as seniors to be feted by the juniors at the senior reception. Memories of the banquet and prom will linger long in our memories. With mixed emotions we all looked forward to the final scene that was to find the curtain falling on our high school career-on four full years holding memories of pleasant associations and good times and of studies which had awakened our minds to the ways of wise and fruitful living. CTT l 1 f var-v--W ' 17 lorogrezid .95 Our .fdim SJR JUNCTION 5 .3 Som-1 Ave .5 --1 5 FREE:-f. ST. N0 ZW-OCD If-D-l'CD2l"'I n:un3300 :nO -I UT' Z . N M! Qi? ' liiflilgz- i l ' up W!! 'ix gVfTT, . , -A Q Q 4 ,.v K iij,.ii3g - -,-,, -I -M, V ' xii.k: ,sh ' kg HOME ROOM OFFICERS President: D. Quillen Vice-Pres.: N. Iohnson Sec'y-Treas.: M. Emerson Historian: B. Stembel Student Council: I. Marine Swinney A-L Front Row: Keller, ln' Bean, Kellum, Craw- ford, Iohnson. 2nd Row: Emerson. DeHoney. Duqqer, Hart- man, Kershaw, Kennett. 7-1 3rd Row: Gunnell, Goldman, Gibbs, Lewis. Hackett, Hiser. 4th Row: Cox, Iohn- son, Keller, Fields, Ha- gee. Standing: Mr. Potter. Sponsor. HOME ROOM M-Z Front Row: Renner Marine, McCoy, Smith Madge, Rose, Znd Row: Van Horn Smith, Perry, Remster Shafiner, Ringer, Miller Grd. Row: Stevens Yarqer, Taylor, Over peck, Stembel, Macken zie. 4th How: Pearcy Truax, Swinney. Standing: Miss Os- termeyer. Sponsor. -1 --1 M' P Ol? I Olll 0I'I'.5 ' x "fa ga. N.- OFFICERS President: Elwood Wilcher Vice-Pres.: Beldon Wade Sec'y-Treas.: Mary L. Carlisle Historian: Constance Laudig Student Council: Dorothy Bell and Bruce Smitherman it e Riggs Q'- 21 l 9 HOME ROOM A-M Front Row: Laudig. Carlisle, McDaniel, Lu- gar, Bowman, Gregory. Francis. 2nd Row: Iohnson. DeGroot, Lane, Dyer. Fields, Blunk, Cook. Beasley. 3rd Row: Forester, Murray, Brown, Hamil- ton, Gentry, King. Moore. Standing: Copeland. McKamey, Carson. Mead, King, Gregory. Brewer, Monical, Mrs. Van Liew, Sponsor. HOME ROOM N-Z Front Row: Pygman, Wilcher, Smithermcm, Spoon, Shipley. Znd Row: W a ci e. Sl o a n, Wrightsman. Rice, M. A. Parks Scroughams, Willhide. 3rd Row: K. Parks Twa, Riggs, Schell Plummer. Standing: W ri g h t Booker,We1sch Shrake, Mr. Van Liew Sponsor. HOMEROOM AL Front How: Beck. Hilt, Ballard, Hughes. Znd How: Bingham, Bush, L. Allen, Greg- ory, Sawyers, R. Allen, Bennett, Keltner. Golf, Cronkhite. 3rd R o w: Isaacs. lohnson, Farmer, Bar- ker, Goldman. M. Bush. Allman. 4th Row: Dobbins. Henderson, L a u d i q. Dyer. Earles. Comer, Elkins. Sth Row: Harrison, Bailey. Lunsford. Lee. Gentry, David, Allen. Standing: Armstrong, Sponsor, Miss Sproat. HOMEROOM MZ Front Row: Terrell, Tapscott, I. Scott. 2nd Row: Mathena, Raridon. Zigler, L. Soots, Mann. Rhoades. Third How: Witcher. Maqenheimer, Vinson. Modlin. Sawyers, Pear- son, Storey. 4th Row: Swinney. Robinson, W. Soots, Sheets, Perry, Spoon. 5th Row: Patrum, P. Scott. Williams, Wise. Standing: Settle. Whitlow, Mincy, Spon- sor, Mr. Bowman. War- then, Willhide. s. President: Robert Dobbins Vice-President: Audrey Modlin Secretary: Barney Perry Treasurer: Phyll Ann Isaacs Historian: Bill Williams Sponsors: Miss Sproat, Mr. Bowman if 'fi 22 jl"e5Ll'Yll K. K -QL 1 euenfA 8' gglzfh gracfea OFFICERS President: Harold Weddle Vice-Pres.: Robert Hagee Sec.-Treas.: Carol Poe President: Pat Shephard Vice-Pres.: Fred Isaacs Sec.'Treas.: George Record b"'1h.-, X 23 Front Row: Arvin. Haqee, Haught, Cox. Benner, Mincey. Kin- nett, Weddle, Parks. 2nd Row: Beasley. Spangle. Moore, M. Rusie, Wise, Hutt, N. Rusie, Poe, Barker. Nowlin, Hart, Rigdon, Martin. 3 r d R o w: M a n n. Ragsdale, Wrightsman, McHaftie, Lewis, Welsch. Huggins. Leach, Poe, Rairdon. Smith. 4th Row: Pease, Nev- ins, W o o cl, Hughes, Hensley, Gittin, Mc- Clure. Murray, Rooker. Bain, Pease. 5th Row: Almond. Davenport, H a d l e y. Koehnlein, R a i r d e n. Whitaker, S win n e y. King, Clark, Lockhart, Antrim. Front Row: Poe Spoon, Hadley, Byers Lopossa, Record, Via Van Meter, Marine. 2nd Row: Bennett Plummer, Kinnett Isaacs, Hensley, Hut ledge. Greeson, Horna day. 3rd Row: Rhoades Bennett, Hamilton, Mac- kenzie, Martin, Shep- ard, Bingham, Rey- nolds, Ulrey. 4th Row: Keltner, Coleman, Hairdon, Spangle, Moon, Brown, Bollman, Fields, Har- vey. I i 4 'W 'F 'X' SOCIAL STUDIES These students are becom- ing acquainted with histori- cal events in American His- tory and the processes and problems of American dem- ocracy in the government and sociology class. American history, a re- quired course for juniors, is taught by Mr. Brack and Miss Gunderson. Seniors meet the requirement of two citizen- ship credits in the first sem- ester government class and the second semester sociolo- gy class taught by Mr. Potter. SCIENCE Students who yearn to delve deep into the mysteries of chemistry and physics are welcomed to Mr. Finke's science classes. Those who are taking these courses learn about the properties and composition of matter in an effort to understand more readily the various functions of the world about us and the whys and wherefores of the realm of nature. ADVANCED LANGUAGES Advanced languages con- sist of the junior and senior English classes and the sec- ond year Latin class. Iunior English is required, while senior English and Latin Il are electives which prove very useful to the student who intends to go to college. English is also beneficial to the student who doesn't in- tend to further his education in college, as it assists him in gaining facility in express- ing himself. This class is taught by Miss McCleary: second year Latin by Miss Rice. X f g, 1, Mm V.-J, Q . aa la lm Il il. F INDUSTRIAL ARTS The shop has taken its place among the other High School subjects and is recog- nized as a place to learn by doing. As the boys build their various projects they see their learning turn into concrete forms. The shop is also very valu- able to the school, as it does many jobs of repair and maintenance a r o u n d our school plant. In order that students may learn the language of con- struction and industry, a course in Mechanical Draw- ing is also offered. This de- partment is under the super- vision of Mr. Truax. FHESHMAN ENGLISH In Miss Rice's class the freshmen are launched on their three-year state required course in English. Aiming at increased command of oral and written expression, the freshmen English students, having familiarized them- selves with the fundamentals of grammar, are given num- erous opportunities to apply them in a practical way in composition work and oral activities. Familiarization with some of the world's nob- lest written expression is gained in a study of literature which is integrated with the other language activities throughout the year. HOME ECONOMICS What's cookin'? - Shall it be a cake, a dress, caring for the sick, or just caring for the home? All these and more are taught to the girls in our Home Economics department by Miss Sproat. Courses yielding enormous informa- tion in foods, clothing, home planning, home nursing, and others are offered girls who enroll in this department. Miss Sproat, who is direc- tor of Girls' 4-H has a great number of girls enrolled who have won for themselves sev- eral honors. GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION "A sound mind in a sound body." With this as a motto, the girls' physical education department provides a va- riety of body-building activi- ties including conditioning exercises, folk and ballroom dancing, numerous sports, and other activities. Many athletically minded girls, after completing the required year of gym, elect to pursue an advanced course of train- ing in the physical education department, directed by Miss LaVerne Ostermeyer. BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Freshmen boys not only keep up in physical fitness but also derive a great deal of pleasure from basketball, baseball, and other sports which are played in this re- quired subject for freshmen. Mr. VanLiew directs the activities of this department. COMMERCE With the aid of Mrs. Iean Eggleston and Miss Marjorie Dailey, the commercial de- partment offers typing, book- keeping, and first and second year shorthand for all stu- dents interested in finding a place in the business world. Not only are the fundamen- tals of these subjects taught but also the essentials of business relationships. -.. s ft SOPHOMORE ENGLISH Sophomore students pur- sue at greater depth the fun- damentals of expression be- gun in their freshman year, aiming at increased facility in the art of oral and written communication. Students board the magic carpet of literature and travel back to the proud days of Home to witness the assassi- nation of Iulius Caesar in the great Shakespearean drama and soar forward again to picturesque England where they become acquainted with a classic example of the novel in Silas Marner. This class is taught by Miss McCleary. SOPHOMORE AND l UNIOR HISTORY The great panorama of human events through the centuries is reviewed and brought to life in the world history and American history classes. Wise students come armed with good arguments to this class, ready to defend their opinions in what we under- stand is often a quite anima- ted and thought-provoking exchange of ideas. World history, a sopho- more elective course is taught by Mr. Potter, while the American history class, a course required for all juniors is taught by Mr. Brock and Miss Gunderson. HEALTH Of preeminent importance is a knowledge of good health habits. With the pur- pose in mind obacquiring such knowledge, the mem- bers of the sophomore health class study physiology and acquaint themselves with the ways of Wholesome, health- ful living. This course is taught by Mr. Van Liew. AGRICULTURE Agriculture is a big busi- ness. The outlook for its fu- ture is always brighter for those who are well equipped with scientific knowledge to solve the problems as they occur. Vocational agriculture is offered by Mr. Bowman to all four grades in high school and to the seventh and eighth grades. Mr. Bowman is director of the 4-H club work, and his students have made a creditable showing of which we are justly proud. MATHEMATICS Two semesters of mathe- matics are required for every freshman. The choice may be made between general math- ematics and algebra. Stu- dents desiring to continue their study in the "world of figures" may take a course in geometry or advanced al- gebra. All of these classes are taught by Mrs. Elizabeth Van Liew. VETERANS' AGRICULTURE The Veterans' On-Farm- Training program of the Mooresville district was ini- tiated in early February of 1948 when Mr. Wayne Iohn- son, graduate of the Purdue University School of Agri- culture, was chosen as the instructor. The class of veterans, whose eligibility is deter- mined by the Veterans' Ad- ministration and local au- thorities, meets one night each week for a four-hour class period. In addition to the instruction received in the weekly meetings, each veteran is visited twice a month and advised by Mr. Iohnson on individual farm problems. .gf Ei flue- guerfadfing ECIWEWOPL , 'i r , . x f .M .1 'W '-- - ,M H ... Aff. -' , f . ih Q Aiijiifi ,-P - 1 ' - ld in ,Lf . , , . . . ,,.?Aq.l U V-. ,. FX., 5 Q:-I ng.. , 1 3 A , X! 1 . , A I ' A , Q , ,,-- ,. Q n..'. I 4 I 51 'r V -., , I Ms.. . Qswn ig... ' "'v7 ,.. . 'iv 5 Q it ,T -f1'gW" ' -V .. .. -af : - Y ,, ' ' 'fa fl .. .- Y -, Iv- 53 nv N N E E SF , E.. 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Seasonal Record MHS CPP, Kung of Sports 52-mamnslnue """"' """"" Z Z We of M.H.S. are ever mindful of King Basket- 26-C Otrflrodlilal """"' """"" 3 1 44 ball who ascends the athletic throne in Novem- 3-BG e ba """' """"" 3 4 39 ber, and reigns supreme until early March. 4-Cfwas mg """"' """"" 5 6 32 The enthusiasm was kept at a high pitch 10-3 mdona """""""""""""" 51 49 throughout the season because of the seeming 15:LgSVie:ceY6g5gai """""" 38 36 ability of the Pioneers to bump off the tough 17-Eueusviue """"" 46 43 ones. This fact was well demonstrated by our 1-InvitGtiona1",i1gHglg "" giblainheld quintet in handing conference champions, Law- M movia Y 39 43 rence Central, its lone conference defeat at the Pls, H ld """""""""""" 43 51 Bears' goal hall. Speedway also fell in defeat 5-Deggt e """""""" 27 24 before the Pioneer sharpshooters in an over- 7-Dcmvilire """"""" 42 32 time ball game. In sectional play, Coach Van 15-Zionsvmel ""'""""""""""" 38 ' 51 Liew's boys were extended in overcoming Mor- 21-Universit """"""' """"" 4 9 41 gantown and traditional rival, Monrovia, only 28-Greenwolgd """' """"" 3 0 36 to go down in stubborn defeat before a vaunted 4-Clayton """"' """"" 5 7 49 Bloomington five in the final game of the -Plainfield ......,.. .......... 4 3 46 ""umeY' 8-Spencer ,.,,,,,, .,,,,,,,., 3 3 39 Letters were awarded to the following mem- , ,,,,.,,,,, 45 38 bers of the first team: Calvin Record, Mike . .......... 45 47 Sectional Tourney- Morgantown ..... ......... 5 1 49 Monrovia ....... .......... 4 7 44 Bloomington ....... .......... 4 3 53 Forester, Iack Mackenzie, David Quillen, and lack Wrightsman. At the end of the current season Mike Forester was elected honorary captain for the year. 85 QPU? ealffl Martinsville Monrovia Cathedral .......... Brownsburg ......... LEFT TO RIGHT: Dugger, Copeland, Sheets, Miller. Ross. Wright, Hooker, Cox. Perry. Standi-ng: Mr. Van Liew, Haqee fMgr., Mr. Potter. Scores MHS .......23 .......l8 Charlton ............... ....... 2 9 Speedway ............... ....... 1 9 Lawrence Central ...... ....... l 2 Elletsville ................. ....... 1 4 Decatur Central ........ ....... 1 9 Danville ................... .......... 1 9 Zionsville ............. .......... 2 4 University ........ .......... 2 7 Greenwood .......... 26 Clayton ..... .......... 3 0 Plainfield ........ ..2l Spencer ..... .......... 2 9 Monrovia ........ ..19 Avon ........... OPP 30 14 14 22 18 18 16 27 21 22 20 25 22 24 10 25 13 11 At the close of the basketball season each year, the American Legion Post presents a trophy to the player on each team who during the season has displayed the best sportsman- ship. This year the awards were given to Cal- vin Record, varsity: Hollis Miller, reserve: Bar- ney Perry, freshman: and Dale Almond, Ir. High. CONFERENCE STANDING Won Lost Lawrence Central ...... ........ 6 1 Decatur Central ....... ........ 5 2 Moorseville ........... ..,..... 4 3 Speedway .......... ........ 4 3 Greenwood ........ ........ 3 4 Plainfield ......,.. ........ 3 4 Brownsburg ........ ........ 2 5 Danville .......... ........ l 6 36 TOP ROW: Mr. Van Liew, Settle. Story. Methencr, Wise, Robinson, Goldman. Mr, Potter. lst Row: Dobbins, Spoon, Scott, Swinney, Modlin. TOP ROW: Mr, Von Liew, Hooker, Almond, Rcirden, Whitaker, Beasley, Pease, Mr, Potter. Znd Row: Davenport, Nowlin, Iscrclcs, Greeson, Huge-e, Rczqsdcle. lst Row: Smith, Cox, Hadley, Parks, Weddle. iooyd zzoyd. 440 yd 880 yd Dash Dash- dash dash -Truax, Keller, Fiscus. Truax, Keller, Fiscus. -Ferguson, Allen, Adler, -Ferguson, Wrightsman. Mile Hun-Van Hoy, Wrightsman. High Hurdles-Stevens. Low Hurdles-Truax, Stevens. Jael SEASON'S SCORES, 1948 Triangular meet with Martinsville and Franklin. Martinsville -81Vz: Franklin-50Vz: Mooresville-25. Mooresville-71: Charlton-29. Triangular meet with Decatur Central and Plainfield. Moores ville-59112: Decatur Central-49V2: Plainlield-32. Speedway-61 96: Mooresville--46 96 . Triangular meet with Columbus and Greensburg. Columbus -91: Mooresville-e50: Greensburg-14. Conference meet at Washington. Lawrence Central-85: De- catur Central-32V2: Mooresville-23: Speedway-21: Dan- ville-16: Plainfield-10: Brownsburg-7 V2. ROSTER Pole Vault-Record, Wright. High lump-Truax. Pearcy. Shot Put-Shrake. Broad lump-Pearcy. Half Mile Relay-Truax, Miller, Keller, Fiscus. Mile Relay-Wrightsman, Record, Stevens, Ferguson. Miller. Student Manager-Adler. Baieiaff 1949 SEASON'S SCORES Mooresville I4 .......................................... Brownsburg 4 Mooresville 2 ......... ........ La wrence Central 7 Mooresville 4 ......... .......... D ecatur Central 14 Mooresville 16 ...... ............... C harlton 15 Mooresville 0 ......... ......... P lainfield 7 Mooresville 4 ................................................ Danville 16 Mooresville 10 .......................................... Greenwood 13 UTILITY ROSTER Johnson .................................... So. Remster ....... ........ So . Mackenzie ........ So. Hart ................. ........ S o. Smitherman .............................. Fr. VARSITY ROSTER Iones ....... .............................. Pearcy ........ ......... Carlisle ...... ......... Forester ....... ......... Shrake ............ ......... Copeland ....... ......... Wright ........ ......... ...........Left Field Sr. ........ ......... C enter Field Sr ........ .............. Ca tcher .........Short Stop Base .. ....... ........ S econd Base .........Third Base Van Hoy ........ ......... ........ ........... L e ft Field Record ............ .......,. ........ ........ R i g ht Field Percifield ........ ......... ........ ............. P i t Cher emoriaf jiefd The Memorial Association was organized and Incorporated about two years ago as a result of a series of meetings to plan for a memorial in honor of the servicemen who died during World War I and II. Plans for a "living memorial" in the form of a recreational center were formulated at public meet- ings. In addition to the center, a monument bearing the names of the honored veterans is to be placed on the school campus. Additional ground was purchased adjoining the school campus on the west. The grading and con- struction began in late summer and continued at a rapid pace. After the field and track were in condi- tion, lights were added. The dedication of the "Memorial Field" was held prior to the Mooresville-Greenwood football game one October 27. It was a colorful affair with the school an d community sharing in the ceremony Further development of this area is intended in the future for many other forms of recrea tion. With the whole-hearted support of the entire co mmunity, through personal contributions and donations of labor. we know this center will grow into a memorial of which we can be iustly proud. SCENES WHILE U NDER CONSTRUCTION ,45 ww w,,.L,4,,C1fQfa, 30964 FFA G4 xx 3 ggizag. 1 4 a 'M wi 3- W .M Q 94 PM r 5 5 M, 1 1 -' 1 Wx - Mm-sew Ja Minnow '?""'1 Q2 3 . e 1? ajore H045 IRIS KELTNER f A... MARTHA ANN DAKE 'rx HELEN POE -on 4 L ,Q R r I lr ' a - , ? ' v ir- " ,J - vows. QB-'50 - ' 1'-" -L f"-- O " ,,?,. S , 4- I wil D A 7 'Q 5 1 rl - . l QUII ,vlln V L gli? C FRONT ROW: Taylor, Carlisle, Yarger, Keller, Bennett, Welch, McHaiiie, Sellars, Story, Lewis Sloan. SECOND HOW: Nevins, Husie, Almond, Mackenzie, Patrum, Davenport. Hauqht, Pearson Poe, Hensley, Carlisle. THIRD ROW: Malhena, Koehnlein, Greeson, Lopossa, Hooker, Raqsdale Spangle, I. Hensley, Wade. STANDING: Kerkendall, Keltner, Dake, Haworth, Hose, Mr. Casner Storms, Swinney, Antrim, i 1-,,, ....1,- .., , -E af ws I3 Eva itliia 9 3 QQ? ? Q Q Q' 2 if ag' Qaesf vi Q 31 88.135.13.333 ' 'W 11 I Q I L, I I J 1 ff ,w,,..'f fd-. W A A mn -L ' V na ,.Q,,, K fa. -me-N f,.1 A K L., W All U- Q, ' 1 MMS' ! 1 5 tl is-A , Q E. S. :IM 414127. .- '-3 ., ., xt, . , .ff-Z., Qin . ,N-Ig.,.'. Wh" F '-f' K , - . .ww mv' ' ' .1 .af ,, -,-. Q .1 P ian X 4 ,KX Y. " ' ' I 7. I f, A X, X -'Q' , ,V 6 NY xvx My f F. F. A. Front Table: Wright, Scroug- hams, Robinson, Park, Ship- ley. Second Row: Elkins, D. Swinney, Wise, L. Swinney, Smitherman, Moore, Dyer, Degroot. Standing: Sponsor, Mr. Bowman, Lane, Welsch. G. A. A. First Row: Smith, Beasley, McCoy, Sponsor, Miss Oster- meyer, Goldman, Gunnell, Marine. Second Row: Biggs Laudig, Lugar, Bush, Allen, Tapscott, S. Laudig. LETTERMEN CLUB Sitting: Keller, G r e g o r y. Wrightsman, Copeland, Pyg- man, Shaffner, Hagee, Cox, Truax. Standing: M a d g e, Quillen, Record, Iones, For- ester, Mackenzie, Adler, Zieg- ler, Marine, Wilcher. 4, liiggm' 1 it 5 .A-I I 66 01206 Ierry Minton ........ ........ M ary Ann Sellars Albert Parker .......... ............. M ike Forester Scoots ............................... ............ I anet Carlisle Diana ........................................ Martha Ann Dake Delores Megglehammer ...... Kathleen Crutchiield Tom Corning .................................. Curtis Wilcher .Honey v Mrs. Minton ....... Mr. Minton ......... Grandma .............. Eve Tyler ,................. Martha Simmons. The Extenninator Student Director--Elizabeth Hadley ML! Obll' l U19 HQ - y Jw. H Mrs. Mary Budtord ................ Mary Ann Sellars Betty Anderson ........ .......... D orothy Famer Evelyn Boyd .......................... Rosemary Van Hoy Dr. Mel Shannon ................................ Delbert Ross Winston Budtord fWinniel ................ Hugh Allen Thomas Patton ................................ Curtis Wilcher Binnie Budford ...................... ......... I anet Carlisle David Spivey Whitten tSpikel ............ Bob Iones Iames Horton Travis .,..... ........ M ike Forester Miss Sophronia Budiord .............. Lael Harshman lean Owen ................., ............... L ibby Hadley Camilla Dusenberry ................ Martha Ann Dake Student Directors-Betty Modlin. Herbert Adler billfff ..... I I M. .Dorothy Farmer .......Delbert Ross ..Lael Harshrnan ..............Donna Rose Virginia Francis .........Hugh Allen onf C C1 men! el' SEPTEMBER 9 First day of school 18 Class elects officers Zl Yell leaders try outs 21-22-Freshman initiation. 22-Senior-Freshman program in assembly. OCTOBER 1-Pep session. 19-Assembly program. 21-22-State teacher convention. 21-22-Seniors had graduation pictures taken. 30-Halloween Party. NOVEMBER 5-Iunior Class Play-"We Shook the Family Tree" 9-Magic Show. l2HFreshman Party. 22-School had pictures taken. 25-26-Thanksgiving Vacation. 24-Senior Class gave Thanksgiving play-"When Elmer Played Iohn Alden" .F"1 Ol!! C a lllelll el' SEPTEMBER 9-First day of school. 18-Class elects officers. 21-Yell leaders try outs. 21-22-Freshman initiation. 22-Senior-Freshman program in assembly. OCTOBER 1-Pep session. 19-Assembly program. 21-22-State teacher convention. 21-22-Seniors had graduation pictures iaken. 30-Halloween Party. NOVEMBER 5-Iunior Class Play-"We Shook the Family Tree" 9-Magic Show. 12-Freshman Party. 22-School had pictures taken. 25-26-Thanksgiving Vacation. 24-Senior Class gave Thanksgiving play-"When Elmer Played Iohn Alden" gd' 311. jun DECEMBER -Ordered caps and gowns. Big Rich-A. E. Richardson -Annual staff chosen. Iohn I. Boggs gave a talk. -Christmas concert. -Christmas Vacation starts. Christmas Dance. IANUARY -School began again. -Cole Marionetts. -George Campbell. -Final Semester Exams. Speech Class gives panal discus sion on "Teen-Canteen" FEBRUARY Oratorical contest CBetty Modlml Speech Class attends "Man and Superman" College day at Martinsville Ir. and Sr. visited the State Legis lature. -Valentine Party. King and Queen at Big Athletics Dance. s-I1 . af ,xi La.. R 5.71 AJ! ,., ,fa ,. fffw: 5142 gp, jg V V ' Q. 5 lu I O ..I " "GU " 11'.4 ' '15 'N F,-9,9 uv I 3 , ,A,: .kg firsi '41 1 L is ,l .g. Q iv I f n i Q f W 'E i 'K -'P 7' I L x r u f ' f .lj f , A A :V I ,,,..,f.,i.J'j,, -' 1 ,.....J7 kv? Ee Y ag 3 'X F 5 if ak ff- ' Nr ,W .' 2,5 , I N, ,QL " ' Q? , ,f -may vs .Av .JV V , A Qi- " I 1 4: H yt' QFBBII 2 SFGJA lf! PM These were familiar scenes to students on the campus during "Prosh" initiation, Septem- ber 21 and 22. The memories of this occasion will long linger in the minds of both the fresh- men and the seniors. STANDING: Modlin, Willhide, Adler, Francis, Blankenship, Hadley, Forester. I. Carlisle, Iones, Farmer, Gunnell, Dake. Golay. SITTING: Sickel, Varner, Van Hoy, Harshman, Sellars. Haworth, Plummer. Sponsors: Miss Dailey and Mr. Truax. SITTING: Comer, Rice, Van Hoy, Harshman, I. Carlisle, Miss McCleclry. Hadley, Haworth, I. Plum- mer, Ziegler. Madge. Znd Row: Sims, Lugar, M. Plummer, M. Smith, Yarger. Iohnson, Crawiord, Stevens, Pearcy, Kellum, Farmer, Mrs. Eggleston, Willhicle, Allred, Fields, Stembel, McCoy, P. Smith, Swinney, 3rd Row: Parks, M. L. Carlisle, Rose, Taylor, Wade, Gregory, Lewis, Shaftner, Ross, Sickel, Storey. Sponsors: Miss McCleary and Mrs. Eggleston. A if 1 J - 1 ,eff A I K A 'wmv K , .' 4? N NR e " .mwxxf-X W. r A Q - :Q " - ' QW if, I :L 'E - 1? 4 pr. ford .lx y F5 efaififx W , gk D .r - , pf' - : , ' L ' , ,, , f A.,1 A , M N 0.9 - my x Zfw . - ff . 1 C' SALE A 'A ' -A 'A . ,,..,.,.., fv.-4-rvffw -X . Lk .11 4 A 'km , . , . A- 1+ 4 ' K W X , - aw ' - . L fry- T'-2. A ' ,Ag 8 Q 3 Fi' A -Lf' if-:ai gs' i , ,," ,wifi 5 V? "Sw,,,,,WMi . I W A V 1, , .-,, , ' ,g4.1sj, FKWKQFW, -1 ,, Q -fkf ' QW" L. , ,,,,w,f,e,Wk-W m P P- - Y ri' , Sn 19 I ,, V' 41' , ,,..A 1 Y, . .QQ wh., x K -I I. 2,1 1 - 1+ Q'rY' .'!',w AQ T M. 41 J U C0lYll9Al'Yl2l'lt5 of SPANGLE MOTOR COMPANY YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER BELLOWS S JONES BELLOWS and JONES DEPARTMENT STORE D. C. JESSUP 81 SON John Deere Implements and Service Hardware 81 Farm Supplies Goodrich Tires 81 Batteries COMPLIMENTS OF MO0RESVIllE PUBLIC SERVICE CO. LIGHT-POWER-WATER There's A Lift To Living Electrically Phone 134 Mooresville, Indiana Phone 'll6F2i Mooresville, Indiana K ll I- li Y ' S Sf? Short Orders - Sandwiches Steaks - Home Made Pies Ice Cream - Dinners Si? Phone 96 Mooresville, Indiana Phone 41 Mooresville, Indian Mllllllfsvlllf SALE Bllllll MARCUS PARK 8. JIM VAUGHN Sale Every Saturday O KOIHPEIIIQIIE5 of pau! 9 :Le .jvleacl MOORESVILLE INDIANA GIBBS REGAL STORE HAYES llllllli STIIBE VESTAL MOTOR C0., INC. CHEVROLET Sales 81 Service INVITATICN By becoming a depositor of this institution, you open your way to many privileges which lead to broader business relations. If you are not a depositor here we will be pleased to have you with us so that you may find out by actual experience what it means to be affiliated with a real bank. HADLEY 81 COOK AGENCY Insurance Real Estate WELCH ELECTRIC CITIZENS BANK SERVICE MW'eS'i"ef "'di""' HOTPOINT a. sENnlx DEALER SERVICE SALES Member of Federal Deposit l"1SU"0f1Ce COFPOFGHOU Phone 82 Mooresville, Indiana P. 0. KELLER 81 SON HIGHWAY PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE 31 East Main St. Phone 226Fl l Mooresville, Indiana W. O. DENNY 8. SON GENERAL Au1'o REPAIR 247 East Washington Street Phone 72 Mooresville, Indiana ,M E. , MOORESVILLE Feed 5 Lumber Co. JQNES' HARDWARE ALLEN'S BODY SHOP 24-Hour Wrecker Service Plumbing 8. Electrical Supplies Glass Installed Automobile, Truck, 8. Tractor Painting HOOVER SWEEPERS WFSCICS Rebuilt SKELGAS DEALER We Have a Complete Line of Grills Phone 324 178 N. Scruggs St. phone 168 Mooresville, Indiana SERVICE CLEANERS We operate our own dry cleaning plant with the latest modern equipment Phone I5 Mooresville, Indiana GUY MYERS, Proprietor SAVINGS EARNING 2Vz'W' J. E. Albertson 81 Son Telephone 1lF20 FRIENDSWOOD FEED 81 LUMBER COMPANY Telephone-West Newton 1012 ALI-'SCN TIRE co. PHONE 85 Standard Oil Products Good Year Tires COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF CARLISLE 81 SON HARVEY FUNERAL Funeral Directors Mooresville, Indiana Phone I9 Mooresville, Indiana 60 Custom Curing 81 Processing PURE OIL SERVICE STATION Tires, Batteries, 8- Lubrication BREWER 8- SON Locker Space Phone 'I'I6F20 krrr is RRR f,:: Nkiry. G , - . H K VVY' im "fl- are o W COMPLIMENTS or ' ' A ulllll 5 ' lf VOELZ 81 SON . fwe A W V -. 1- Morgan County Farm Bureau Co-op Phone: Mooresville 25 Martinsville I77 COPELAND APPLIANCES Complete line of Frigidaire Appliances Radios - Records - Cabinets Washers and Laundry Equipment AII Small Appliances Garbage Disposal Units Phone 338 I6 E. Main St. Mooresville, Indiana JESSUP-BUFORD HARDWARE GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES McCormick-Deering Farm Equipment NELSON 8- SON HARDWARE FILTER QUEEN AIR PURIFIERS Phone 49 Phillip C. Johnson Howard V. Johnson JOHNSON ORCHARDS COMPLIMENTS OF AUTOMOTIVE ARMATURE COMPANY ii ANTRIM MACHINE CORP. Massey-Harris Farm Equipment Phqne 213 COMPLIMENTS OF SUPERIOR BEARINGS R LAB0gg,g,'gbf3,g'gMfNf C0...,0m.0N Mooresville, Indiana TOWN 81 COUNTRY SHOP CAROLE KING DRESSES SHIP 8. SHORE BLOUSES Phone 63 Mooresville, Indiana . ADLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE E. A. FREEMAN FLORIST P L A S T E X Phone II3, Res. IO3 Mooresville, Ind. STEEL PROTECTION 8. CHEMICAL CO., INC' Compliments of MOO'eSVi"ef "'di0"0 DR. R. w. VAN BOKKELEN 62 -i iw A- . M, 45. -Q-ff -ll-I-ax-ln.-maui TOMPKINS JEWELRY STORE Mooresville, Indiana The Lester Park Company Mooresville Kaiser 81 Frazer Dealer Official Auto License Branch Phone I62 Mooresville, Indiana Compliments of COLEMAN AGENCY Phone I5I Mooresville, Indiana ZIEGLER'S BARBER SHOP Bank Basement Mooresville, Indiana CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF I949 SOHIO PIPE LINES CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 32 E. Main St., Mooresville, Ind. Home Owned . . Home Operated BURTON'S D-X Tires 81 Batteries CONNELL SHOE SERVICE Phone 68 Mooresville Indiana I3 N. Indiana Mooresville, Indiana SHOP Plate Lunches - Sandwiches - Short orders co' Phone 62 Mooresville, Indiana coMPuMENTs or DR. PAUL E. CARSON Mooresville, Indiana DALE'S RADIO Radio 8. Electronic Service Phone 26 I8 N. Indiana Mooresville, Indiana MOORESVILLE COAL 8: THE CRADLE Co. Infants' and Children's Wear QUALITY coAi.s. CEMENT si.ocKs Showef Glffs Phone 131 Mooresville, Indiana Phone I37 Mooresville, Indiana REXALL DRUG STORE HALTOM-SCEARCE LUMBER CO. Oakley W. Brown Mooresville, Indiana Lumber 8. Building Material Phone 4 Mooresville, Indiana A .L.... Moonesvme WELDING voN's D-x senvics SHOP General Repair - Blacksmithing - Oxy- FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO Acetylene - Electric 'Arc - Structural . SUPPLIES phone 305 Steel Fobncohggsidence 122 Phone 240 Mooresville, Indiana WE WISH TO THANK ALL THOSE WHO IN ANY WAY HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO MAKING THIS ANNUAL A SUCCESS SENIOR CLASS OF 1949 .!4ut0gl'dFA5 64 L hoprimed by Imlwards Bro! Ann Arbor. Michigan, U ,. ..,, Aa.: Y , 1 ME " 1 ,.,., M, ,,, M M- , 5,-fl, .,.1 5A 4 ia. ,K -..:f173:f- 4. '-51: 1 11' 'ay 11. 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