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

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lr MGGIQESVILLE HIGH SCHOGL oqon Po s f 1950 SLV LLQH1 qr.n1LL,l11 Q 9 iv V9- UNS Oh . Mooresville High. we love your nameg to your colors we 11 be true. We'11 always try to keep the fame of Dear Old Gold and Blue. Q.- .q,3J' Jr .Anniv- ,1-- L .-,QL The students on the playground the pathways that we knew, the archway wh1ch we enter to grow 1n w1sdom, too 1' -nm, rn.. ilk. ' r I we ,x , A' f x , K 4 . -. X ' A . I . 4, -3 ,, ig, I : v ' 55 ' -am- if I 'qi 'i':..'.1 2 .ii 7 "K I wi M -Myth W . " if 7 ,-r"'f ' f 7' if fm L.:"""'1g3i4?." ,' mf' ' gL...,',,,,ff"'7f"",, if- "' 5 h -,,ef:'ft'ff-' :V , . s I ' My I My ' 'A -Lx 4. In 3' ., -. ff w , rf K . Y K X N k .X , g. . " IVR - 0- N " I j we f ' k e . ' ' fx ' R . 5' ' .1 ' ' K' F v-.g W V , :V . . " N 5 ,, 4 j' -'h' 4 AA -' w f Q 'r'r YNTF b . 5 ,V .V Q . 4""'-'-f'f,.,1. MLJV' i, , AP' ff' -- 'wig' A, . '45 .n f' W K . ' - ' X f 'v ' , ' , . 4 7 '- - . L- , V I 'A , 5 Y K. r s, ' j b , I ,sf . Yr.. K ,. A h 'Y 4r 32 gn Oh Mooresvmlle High we love your name to vour colors we ll be true We 11 alway-2 Qtrlve to keep allve our trust and love for you N 1. -Q,-er v-. 'u Y A rl V , 'K 4 1 K lv f , A N N f V' , .C .. ' , " 1,1 ' I' . , w' . f ., ', . f F K . ' , Y ' 'T ' a k I V 1 ' f ' L M s I ' - :A A A V , S 1 4 - , .lf I 1 P. L ' - L .'. f , ' 5 , v e - ' , x A . , . S ' ' Nr- . R.. " .. ' mx ', .-, , Pl ju K Q K' N F Y ra N. Y . - Wg'Wqv ' A, . -M-. . . , . , , , . , . . .... i JlTllf'llSiPGiIOI'l GCU tschoollgourd . ale V i. - Walter Smxtherman Pres1dent FredR Ghdden Secretary B F Jones Treasurer fu Qnfilouna Standmg Harold Vkeddle Allen Kmnett Dugger Sheets Merle Goldman Boyd Head S1tt1ng Glorla Perry Sandra Armstrong Amta Sloan Tim Johnson Patsy Spangle Marcxa Emerson OUR PRINCIPAL Mr Truax who for many years has been assocxated wlth Mooresv1lle I-hgh School 1n the capacity of teacher th1s year became our prm c1pal He not only carrles out th1s added responsibillty successfully and mtelhgently but he also teaches phys1cs electr1c1ty and 1ndustrlal arts Mr 'lYuax's fun lovmg d1spos1t1on makes every asslg 1ment entertamment and everv dutv a pleasure We apprec1ate tus sp1r1tual moral and 1ntellectual guidance OUR SUPERINTENDENT Merely to say that we are fortunate U1 havmg such a man as Mr Laughlxn as our suprem tendent IS certainly an understatement For in the person of Mr Laughlm we have all the quahtles that could posslbly be asked for m a supermtendent or a frlend We feel that having such a leader of our school wlll s1u'ely have a fine effect on the character and future success of all the students i' 1-.-1 OFFICE GIRL Mrs F1e1ds IS our very capable and eff1c1ent office glrl a.nd secretary She very generously helps us With our problems and cheers our days wlth her friendly manner BASIL BOWMAN B S In Ag Purdue Umverslty teaches vocational agrlcul ture GCU HAROLDBELL BS Han .TOHNVANLIEWBS I1l1no1s Over Uruverslty MA Columbia Siiifiafkfewachidsiiit fgfvfefjllty Our, iucjlmeghdgggn studxes and health JEAN EGGLESTON B S Illil ana State Teachers College 19 head of our commerclal de partment RUTH SPROAT B S Purdue Umverslty teaches home eco Q7 and health and safety 90' J++' nomics LORNA WALKER B P S M. Indlana U mverslty teaches muslc to the grade school and dlrects the hxgh school vocal groups HELEN GUSE B S Purdue Umversxty teaches blology chemlstry and c1v lcs 66: EL1z.ABE:mvANL11sw AB MIRIAMHASSAN BS AMB Elimbethtovm College teaches 'V Millllilh Universlty teaches mathematics Enghsh blology and physlcal educatlon 3 , BETTY NAV, A-B-' Bum' VIRGINIARICE AB Butler University, M.A., Texas University, teaches Latin and Christian University, teaches English English. ROBERT REYNOLDS B S Indiana State Teachers College is our band director GRADE PRINCIPAL GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY MR WARRINER FORREST SCHEP - PER B S Indiana State Teachers Col lege teaches mdus trial arts CIVICS and U S history nw'-"fr Ili 1 -D it 90' BACK ROW CL to R J Ned Smith Dollyne Pollock Texa Smith Eva Dell Anderson Earl Warriner FRONT ROW Cecile Johnson Dorothy Ragsdale Mary McKamey Martha Copeland , ! ' '! . ' I . V ., . 5 - ' ' I v 1 Il Q , ...M fy T I 9" H ag ' gg' 0 ' 1 55" 4 v -I ,-, .. 'X , , '- , l?"" ,. , X fn ' ' X -Q X' , . X. 'hifi . .: ' , , ' , f-'H ' S p n ., HE 71 fr . . 'V-Cl. C ,ef Y, ' .,," sv 5 rl l . . , , -. Tf f 2 . - R A 1 ,,,.v,Qi THE COOKS The old familiar adage. 'fThe shortest way to a studentls heart is through his stom- ach', has been adapted by Mrs. Myrick and Mrs. Harshman who have endeared themselves to us all bv their culinarv art. :Qi X e. T' tv veg l 6, Qs.. THE EEEDEIQS These students are invaluable help during the noon hour in serving the hungry hordes. They are left to right: Alice Pearcy, Ioan Keller, Hollis Miller, Loretta Stevens, John Cook, Evelyn Kellum, Carl Keller, Nancy Van Hoy and Carolyn Rice. JANITORS L 3.6mm THE NUIQSE Mrs. Aldrich, a friend to all students of M.H.S. in time of aches and pains, capably administers healing potion. '-1 The patient endurance of the DeHoney janitorial duties without complaints. I: 1.-fffg Jim and Denzel enables them to perform X. Tl"lQ SQYIIOPS gd' f-4" .1 4311 SAROLTA ANN BEALL Band 3, 4 Chorus 4 Library 4 B.0.0.T.S. 2.3.4 Paper Staff 2, 3. 4 Latin Club 4 Gir1's Glee Club 4 G.A.A. 1 Majors: Home Ec., Science, English BILL COX Football 2 3 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Class play 3 4 Letterman s Club 3 4 Annual staff advertising editor 4 Majors English Math Sci ence Industrial Arts DIANE DEHONEY Latin Club 1 2 Sunshine Club 1 2 Annual staff 4 Martlnsvllle H S 1 2 Majors English Hxstory Commerce DON DUGGER Football 3 Basketball 3 Trackl 4 Baseball 4 Washington High School l 2 Majors English Histor MARY JANE FIELDS Class President l Paper Staff 2 3 4 Class Plav 3 B O O T S 2 4 H 2 Majors History Engllsh Home EC Commerce WILMA BEAN Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 B.0.0.T.S. 3, 4 G.A.A. 1 Secretary of Class 4 Latin Club 4 Girl's Vocal Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4 Gir1's Trio 3, 4 Junior Class Play 3 Majors: Home Fic. English MYRLE CRAWFORD Girl s Vocal Sextette 1 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 Girl s Glee Club l 2 Paper Staff 1 2 3 4 Junior Class Play 3 G A A 1 Latin Club 4 B O O T S 3 4 Majors Commerce Home Ec English EVELYN DENNY B nd 1 2 3 4 Chorus 4 Girl s Glee Club 4 Paper Staff 2 3 4 O T S 2 3 Speech Play 4 A 1 Majors Erghsh, History Home Ec Commerce MARCIA EMERSON Chorus 2 4 Paper Staff 3 Class Secretary 3 Class Cifloer fStudent Council! 4 Annual Staff 4 Jumor Class Play 3 Majors Commerce English DORIS GEBS Glee Club l A Sec Treas of class Annual staff 4 Majors History Home Ec Commerce English BETHEL GOLDMAN Class Play 4 A 1 2 G A A Presxdent 3 Annual staff 4 Majors Commerce Enghs Hlstory Home Ec JAMES HACKETT Annual staff 4 Majors Engllsh Industrlal Arts DOROTHY HARTMAN Library 3 4 Chorus 1 Glee Club 1 Majors Enghsh Home Ec Commerce H1story ROSALE E JOHNSON Chorusl 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Latxn Club 4 Paper staff 3 4 G A 1 4 Student Councll 1 Student llbrarlan 4 Majors Home Ec Engllsh JOAN KELLER G1rl s Vocal Sextette 1 2 3 4 Clar1netQuartetl 2 3 B nd l 2 3 4 Chours 2 3 4 Paper staff 3 4 B O O T S 3 4 Class Play 3 Class Secretary 1 Student Councxl 2 Band Treasurer 4 Annual Staff Treasurer 4 Latxn Club 4 Majors Sc1ence Enghsh JOANN GUNNELL A 1 2 Class Play 4 Choursl 2 Glee Club 1 2 Majors Commerce Home Ec History Engllsh CHARLES HAGEE Letterman's Club 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 3 Basketball Manager 3 Annual Photography Editor 4 Paper Staff 3 4 Class Play 4 Majors Enghsh, Math Science Industrial Arts NORMAN JOHNSON Track 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Football 3 4 Football Captain 4 Student Council 4 Letterman s Club 4 Majors Industrlal Arts English CARL KELLER Chorusl 4 Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Boy s Glee Club 4 Class President 2 Co-clmirman of Jr -Sr banquet Majors Engllsh Industrial Arts EVELYN KELLUM G1rl s Vocal Sextette 1 2 3 4 Chours l 2 3 4 Gxrl s Vocal Trxo 3 4 G1rl s Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Paper Staff 2 3 4 Jr Class Play 3 Class Hlstorlan 2 Sec of Latln Club 4 Co Literary Edxtor of Annual 4 Majors Englxsh Hxstory Home Ec VANNALEE KINNETT Paper staff 2 3 4 Annual staff 4 Mayors History English Home Ec Commerce JACK MACKENZIE Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseballl 2 Track 3 4 Class President 4 Chairman of play settlng 3 Letterman s Club 2 3 4 Majors Industrlal Arts English J E ANNE MARINE 'Y' Teens 1 2 Annual staff 4 Student Councll 3 Speech class play 4 G A 3 4 Student Llbrarlan 4 Rushville H S 1 2 Mayors Enghsh Commerce Hlstory Home Ee HOLLIS E MILI ER Chorus 1 2 3 4 Football 3 Basketballl 3 Baseball 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Boy s Glee Club 4 Manager of Football 4 Majors. Eng11sh,H1story ALICE PEARCY G.A.A. 1, 4 G.A.A. Reporter 4 B.0.0.T.S. 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Vocal Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's Vocal Trio 3, 4 Paperjtaff 2, 3. 4 Latin Club 4 Student Director of Play 3 Co-chairman of Ir.-Sr. ban- quet 3 Majors: Home Ee., English 19" ROBERT LEWIS Football manager 2 Annual 4 Majors English Industrial r s BARBARA MADGE Annua14 Majors History Home Commerce English BARBARA MCCOY Vice Pres of G A A 3 A 1 B O O T S 2 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 3 Nhjors Engllsh History Home Ec Commerce MARY LOU OVERPECK G A A 1 O T S 2 3 Paper staff 4 Girl s Glee Club 4 Chorus 4 Majors English History Commerce Home Ec LOIS PERIGO Spanish Club 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Double Sextette 2 Sunshine Club l. 2. 3 Band 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 2, 3 Brass Sextette 2 Chorus 4 Boonville High 1, 2, 3 Ivhjorrs: Ekglish, History, Com- merce DON PERRY Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Baseball 4 Letterman's Club 4 Majors: Industrial Arts. English THELMA RENNER B O O T S 2 G A A 1 Class play 3 Majors Commerce Home Ec Engllsh History JAMES RINGER Basketballl 2 Football 2 3 4 Junxor Class Play 4 H Judging Team 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 1 Majors Agriculture English Industrial Arts JOHN SMITH 4 H 3 Annual Staff 4 Majors Sc1ence History English BARBARA STEMBEL G A 1 2 Paper staff 3 4 BOOTS off1cer2 3 4 Annual staff co-llterary editor Class Historlan 3 4 Latin Club 4 Majors Englxsh Home Ec Sc1ence iw DAVID QUILLEN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3 Amual staff - Business rmnager Class President 3 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4 Majors: Industrial Arts, English, Science. Nath. MARIORIE ROSE Chorus 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 O T S 2 3 G A A Treasurer 1 Paper staff 1 2 3 4 Annual staff co edltor Band 3 Latin Club 4 Class historxan 1 Class treasurer 4 Majors English Nath C1 ence WAYNE REMSTER Baseball 2 4 Majors English Agriculture PHYLLIS SMITH A 1 Chorus 2 Glee Club 2 B O O T S 2 Paper staff 3 4 Majors English Commerce Home Ec LORETTA STEVENS Band 1 2 4 Chorus 2 3 4 B O O T S 3 4 Girl s Glee Club 2 3 4 Paper staff 2 3 4 Asst Edltor of Paper 4 Band Librarlan 1 2 Band Vxce Presldent 4 G A A 1 Majors Commerce English LOWELL SWIINNEY Student Councxl 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent4 FFA 23 H3 Lxvestock Judgmg Team 2 3 4 Co cha1rman of Prom Class Play 4 Mayors Engllsh Agrxculture lndustrlal Arts PHILIP TR UAX Basketballl 2 3 T ackl 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Co cha1rman of Prom 3 Sec Treas Lettermen s Club Annual staff Lo edltor Majors Math. Sclence El'lg11Sh VIRGINIA WARTHEN GAA1 Annual staff 4 MaJors Home Ec Englxsh Hxstory Commerce Front Rom Second Row Tlurd Rovu Fourth Row Top Row- T Smlth Shaffnel Hackett Rim ter Haeee Perrx Nan Horn Pelrcx Kellum J Kellex Ytrgser Twlor Stexen. Rose Bean Dehones MISS Nay Flelcls R Johnson Marlne Madge Fmerson P Smlth MrCox Gxhhs Denny Craw ford M159 Guse Cox Wxrthen Gunnell Goldman Perlgo Oxerpeck Stembel Kershaw lunnett Hartman Truax Levns N Johnson Oulllen Mackenzxe Nllller C Keller Svunnev 1 ANIN 'I AYLOR nd 1 2 3 Chorus 3 4 Glrl s Vocal Sextette 1 2 3 Clarmet Quartet 1 Glrl s Glee Club 3 Latln Club 4 Paper staff 2 3 4 H Club l 2 B O T S 3 4 Mayors Hxstory Englxsh JERRY VAN HORN Football 1 Shortrldge 1 Center Grove 2 Majors Englxsh Commerce Shop PATTY 'X ARGER Chorus 4 Glee Club 4 nd 1 2 3 Paper staff 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 Latln Club 4 B OTS 3 4 Class Plav 4 Mayors Fngslxsh Homf Er CLASS HISTOIQV 2191411-vic,:.:p1-: 1 14 izixiz As wide-eyed, green "froshies" we, the Senior Class of 1950, entered the portals of M. H. S. early in the fall of 1946, seventy-eight strong. According to time honored custom we were duly initiated. We wore our clothes Wrong side out, learned a speech crammed full of hard words, and in various other ways showed our respect for the seniors. As a reciprocal of our initiation party we gave a barn dance for the school. On September 13, 1947, we, Our class officers were: President, Mary Jane Fields, Vice-president, Duane Blascheg Sec.-Treasurer, Joan Keller, Class Historian, Marjorie Capably advising us were faculty Rose, and Student Council members Rosalee Johnson and James Ringer. members Miss Betty Nay and Mrs. Helen Harvey. as Sophomorcs, elected the following people to lead us: Carl Keller, Pres- ident, Donald Perry, Vice-president, Doris Gibbs, Secretary-Treasurer, Evelyn Kellum, Historian, and Joan Keller and Lowell Swinney, Student Council representatives. Our faculty advisors that year were Miss Mary McCleary and Mr. John Van Liew. During this year we sponsored a "Jive Town Party" for the high school. As Juniors we presented our class play "We Shook the Family Tree" by Hildegarde Dolson. We earned money by selling refreshments during noon hours and at football and basketball games. Leading our class were: David Quillen, President, Norman Johnson, Vice-president, Marcia Emerson, Sec.-Treasurer, Barbara Stembel, Historiang Jeanne Marine and Lowell Swinney, Student Council members, and Miss LaVerne Os- termyer and Mr. Wallace Potter, Sponsors. At the end of the year we entertained the Senior Class with a banquet and prom. We decorated the banquet in maroon and gray, the colors of the Senior Class. The motif of the prom, "Friday the Thirteenth," was carried out by using horseshoes to represent good luck. The most eventful year of our school career was, ed upon our shoulders. It was our duty not only to live initiate the freshmen, to sponsor dances after games play, and, above all, to make plans for graduation. At people to lead us, Jack Mackenzie, President, Lowell of course, our last. That year weighty problems rest- up to our glorified position as seniors, but also to as a money making undertaking, to present a class the beginning of the year we elected the following Swinney, Vice-president, Marjorie Rose, Treasurer, Wilma Bean, Secretary, Barbara Stembel, Historian: and Marcia Emerson and Norman Johnson, Student Council members. Our class sponsors were Miss Helen Guse and Miss Betty Nay. During the year we chose our class colors, blue and white, our flower, the yellow rose, and our motto, "We have crossed the bay and are now headed out to sea." VQCIFS l"lUVQ PCISSEII . JUNIGIQS Qi rn' Front Row Charles Gregory Beldon Wade Darrell Sheets Ronnie Trester Elwood Wllcher Mackie Pygman Allen Momcal Charles Shrake Bruce Smitherman Larue Brewer Second Row Dwayne Copeland Mars Alice Parks Connie Laudig, Ruth Long Dorothy Belle Riggs Peggy Baa 115 Pat Lugar Jo Simms Phyllis Park Third Row kenneth Park Jacob DeGroot Charles McKamev Margaret Plummer Beverly Greg ors Marv Lou Carll le Imogene Forte ter Elsie King Bonnie Twa Lillie Gentry Fourth Row Jimmie Sloan George Boyer Bill Shipley Carolyn Rice Hazel Hamilton Marilyn Jo Mtllimtl Normin Blunk Jovce Francis John Cook Rhea Broun Mrs Yan Liew Sponsor Fifth Row Pobert Dyer Jael Wrlghtsman Bob Bowman F1 mais Whilhlde Sixth Row Wir Reynolds Sponsor Kent Rooker Loren Spoon Kenneth Wright Dewaid King Ilon Moore Charle Sehroughams Walter Welch Charles Meade Bill Fields Jesse Horton CLASS OFFICERS Front Row CL to RJ hiafllyfl lo McDaniel Student Council Mary Lou Carlisle Treasurer' Connie Laudig Secret'iry"VIary Alicl Parks. Historian. Back ' gd ' Row: Beldon Wade, Xice-pres 1 r 3 ident' Darrell Sheets, Student ' A Council' Flwood Wilclitr Pres- iic t. N I . , C , ' 1 ' , is ,At . N . ' ' V ' , Q V N. V-p-. , ' hr' me ' - 'V , f . , ' ' y 4 ' x A ve ' v , 1, ro, 71 - 1 - f . l V I f -. SGDHGMGIQES 2: 'R fo Ni' x l -1 ....,....----uv:-f . Front Row: Mr. Bowman, Sponsor, P. Scott, I. Scott, C. Sawyers, L. Soots, M. Bush, L. Johnson, C. Tapscott, D. Stanley, P. Henderson, Miss Sproat, Sponsor. Second Row: P. Rairdon, P. Terrell, J. Sawyers, V. Mann, M. Whitlow, D. Earles, W. Farmer, P. Chase, S. Armstrong, B. Capito, R. Allen, B. Story.Third Row: S. A. Hughes, C. Bean, M. Vinson, N. Van Hoy, K. Bennett, S. Laudig, L. Rhodes, B. Keltner, L. Allen, P. Lunsford, K. Comer. Fourth Row: R. Olleman, J. Wise, S. Set- tle, H. Elkins, M. Spoon, B. Dobbins, D. Bingham, R. Beck, E. Magenheimer, J. Goff. Fifth Row: J. Mincy, C. Sheets, D. Swinney, J. Allman, B. Williams, M. Goldman, A. Modlin, R. Allen, E. Mc- Cammack. Sixth Row: D. Allen, C. Bailey, E. Gregory, H. Bush, C. Johnson, R. Lee, L. Shupe, C. Warthen, M. Gentry. Seventh Row: A. Harrison, D. Willhide, D. Pearson, B. Perry, C. Snyder, C. Earles, N. Patrum, J. Zigler, E. Hilt. CLASS OFFICERS Seated CL to RJ: Donald Swin- ney, President, Kay Bennett, Historian, Merle Goodman, Stu- dent Councilg Sandra Arm- strong, Student Council, Jack Wise, Vice-president. Standing: Bob Dobbins, Secretary. Deceased: Barney Perry, Treas. LSI.. FIQESHMEN rv, Q1 , as alll 3 15 . z' E.. 1-1 Jensen, B. Welch, M. Hensley, N. Rusie, C. Poe, ilcher, H. Giffen, Mrs. Hassen, Sponsor. Second wlin, M. Swinney, S. Spangle, S. Perigo, M. Rusie, man, B. Wood. Third Row: J. Pease, D. Renner, lark, T. Rigdon, B. Smith, J. Markham, E. Daven- R. Arvin, J. Hadley, L. Bocock, D. Byers, G. Perry, R. Dyer, R. Delap, J. Martin, R. Kinnett. Fifth R. Hagee, H. Weddle, R. Parks, P. Sawyer, C. Hughes, D. Whitaker. Sixth Row: D. Olleman, urley, N. Ferguson, C. Gentry, D. Cunningham, J. Hart. Seated Glorxa Perry Student Councll Standmg Harold Wed- dle Student Councll J1m Hadley Vlce presldentg Marvin ?i 3: fw- I-ur' -Qui? ..-f"' -I-I1 CNCISSQS L GFIQUCIQQS . Three years of English is required for graduation. An additional year of English and two years of Latin may be elected by those who desire further work in this field. Students pursuing these courses are pictured below. X -4 sg AX sl 2 -was 11 N Ke- .bf-. X-xr ,M ii H 1 'I X " X Q x 1 ' if , I' ...Q 1' -W4-ia. x ' .nl at ' 'f ' 1 452 E.: 1 J' Massa. X ,3... i sl i .4 I U . .f s W-. 3 vyw. 129 fd. -4 1 m .X L. h I'-,- ak ff" z 'Q ,IW m ,X..- S135 wa l 1.53 s. Y '5 fn Q K .r 42 L, 3 , ggi ,,,.,... Em f-ala' Q 11 - r if " . , amz-4 FW- -W' , , 5' l. ,., 3 ' Q Q. "' . nil" . ' 'fauna-.,,i 1? . . ,ww-f M ' Y' vv ,..,1f: ,V L . W -.M M . W, x ?x: ,st: .QQ . , A E I? - 5 A Eflig, ' ' "T, .',' V415-, v ' - -1568 . , :Ltr - + I'AQ ??12i'i Q- TI' lv f umm 4 Je T' " pm , ,y ,. ' , I I s V 'E H rf I I ! A x ? ,f xi f A ,, f ,. Fa 'i' W In A :hw I, 'f ITSG' 't jiwff 'i f 4 x - i ' 1 z,,- Q wk 1 Why NNN v.. aff' ' V 2' - ., N63 Q: 92 fi I Q gf" 5 4 f 5 5 '-E A , Q t ' vi QF' F' Jil' f 0 , -1, Z . f X yi X, s., i S wily' -fs' ,V f. ' 1' t . COmmQPC9 Included in the commercial course are one and one-half years of typing, two years of shorthand, general business, and bookkeeping. This year Loretta Stevens and Mar- jorie Rose entered the first annual commercial contest at the Indiana Central College. Each girl placed third in her division. They are shovsm below receiving their awards. Also shown are pictures of the classes at work. -A-u ,fi 1 V, f ga ' i -, -... ' . f ' 'T' 'Z ,gm ff- 'W' 'W ., fzfwnip' gi 'Z rf Tig, 5 Q K ,ruff i. N 'U Q I an 7 4 " ' 1 w ' V Th - . , 11 ww 1 2 U ' 4 F 4' Mg: 2 ,ll ff' ' '15 5. al . Aqviculfuve Vocational agriculture is offered to all four grades in high school to train the boys to be future farmers. Much practical experience is gained through field trips to near by farms where they observe plant and animal life. Commendable work has been achieved by the various judging teams this year. QN Xi 'E ,,,. 2.54. ' ' ' in' H 'hr Une Seas gif' -,em W' f--9' 55, ll Home Economics . Three courses are offered to girls of M.H.S. to train them for their future roles of housewives and mothers. The first year. consisting of sewing. color harmony. and foods. is compulsory, as is the study of hygiene in the first semester ofthe second year. In the second semester of the second year and during the third year. foods. housing. and advanced clothing may he studied. Two classes of elementary home economics and one of each of the others are shoum below. 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B- TEAM SCORES MHS OPP 19 32 18 29 34 19 31 15 24 26 18 35 28 15 29 37 28 26 35 34 27 39 22 16 59 43 37 23 34 24 25 26 40 29 41 19 'L 22- gl. Q-4 2.4 if f, if '95 f 4l 1,3 l ff . ' - ,Ah 5 1 , Rua, T, N. - y -N..v -4:-4 4',, K! -- 74' , wg: f. ie 1, v u si.. i Xi. X. 5 U .Kp E '-2? 5 2 -Q 1 if W7 ld-sv - ', -'ries w - . J ' L I -- .004- 4- ., ,.::3"f'f'g- . - -A .um I, .. ,4.'z ,. FRONT ROW: Robert Story, Charles Gregory, Dwayne Copeland, Audrey L Modlin, Bill Cox, Carl Keller. SECOND ROW: Charles Hagee, Manager, use 0 Hollis Miller, .Tack Wrightsman, Norman Johnson. Darrell Sheets. Mr. Van Liew, Coach. SCORES 1949 Lawrence Central- ...... ...... MHS OPP 2 13 Decatur Central ....... ...... 1 7 Danville ........... Plainfield ,,,,,, Brownsburg ,,,,, Greenwood ..... 17 ..0 13 ....-'7 14 ....1 8 Pitchers ..... Catcher ...... First Base.. Second Base Third Base ....... Short Stop... Left Field. .. Right Field ....... ROSTER ......-...f..... Forrester, Johnson .............................Gregory ......Mod1in .............Cox ............Keller ......Wrightsman ...........Mi1ler sv 'ii' gmsvung 100 ..... l20 ..... 440 880 High Jump.. Pole Vault.. 1 Y Broacl.lumgJ.... ., Shot .. 880 Relay... Mile Relay. ....... . Fr. 880 Rela PIDNCCR9 1 frfsha- W. . fi ""'NLEhll' 1, C? 2' FRONT ROW: Hollis Miller, Robert Dyer, Jack Wrightsman, Richard Allen, Audrey Modlin. SECOND ROW: Phillip Truax, J'ack'Mackenzie, Norman Johnson, Carl Keller, Don Stanley, Kenneth Wright, Mr. Potter, Coach. Tmet ROSTER .......,.......Truax, Keller, Allen Keller, Allen .........Miller, Spoon ...Wrightsman, Dyer ..Wrightsman, Hagee ....Truax. Mackenzie ..................Wright .......Miller, Stanley .. ...,.......................... Johnson ..,.......... Miller. Allen, Keller, Truax Dyer, Spoon, Wrightsman, Stanley y. Bob Allen, Rich Allen, Settle, Modlin SCORES 1949 Mooresville ................. Speedway ........... Triangular Meet Decatur Central ...... Mooresville ......... Plainfield... Linton Relays Mooresville ..... Triangular Me Martinsville ....... Mooresville Franklin ..... Mooresville ...... Danville ...... Sectionals Mooresville ............ et ..... Mid-State Conference Mooresville .............. i fi ,qv RGW' 2 l Y! tm uf' 42? x x-' N Z ? dx BONE' .... Lv' ' Butcher. Bennett, Welsch. McHaffie. SECOND ROW: Nevins. Rice. Rusie, Almond. Mackenzie, Coleman, Perigo. Bowman. Monical. Koehlein, Greeson, . SEATED, FIRST ROW KL to Rb: Taylor, Carlisle, Yarger, Keller. Lewis, Lopossa. THIRD ROW: Gregory. Patrurn, Pearson. Poe. Van Hoy, Ragsdale. X V M. Hensley, Story, Haught, Sloan, Spangle, J. Hensley, Comer. Wade. STAND wi v0Ce' 5 ING: R. Reynolds, Director, Kirkendoll, Stevens. Denny, Beall. Antrim, Z Ulrey, Swinney. Wy. rw Vim L3 , 5 ,.-'af Q21 'gf ' ,,fl ?f,X Qka- i 8 : 2229354 K4 A 6 1 . x V9.5 5 0 Y 4' G1 f' ab 2 ' A 1 . ' 'Q -'.. to . 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E E 2 r ...Qu I f.I1 E' I 3 --5 ,-xg Best W1shes to the Class of 50 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES CHARLES AND SARA HARAD Sportsman Truss Comphments of Comp11ments of B F JONES SPANGLE MOTOR DEPARTMENT STORE COMPANY ' I Mooresville, Indiana YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER INVITATION By beco g o depos to of th s ns! rut on you gpg yo Q to leges hch leo to code b s e elcz o to ho e y th s so that you may fnd out by olepeec hottmeosfobeoffloe th o eol bo k CITIZENS BANK Mooresvllle Indlana Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporotlon GIBBS REGAL STORE COMPLIMENTS or VESTAL MOTOR CO INC MOORESVILIE PUBLIC SERVICE C0 CHEVROLET SALES LIGHT POWER WATER SERVICE There's A Luft To Lnvung Electrecolly Phone I34 Mooresvulle, lnduono Mooresville, Indiana min i r i i i i , n ur w y mony privi w i d br r u in ss r ti ns, lf you ore not 0 depositor here we will be pleosed v ou wi u i ocfu xrinew i n iitd wi r n . I ., . I Compliments of HARVEY FUNERAL SERVICE ADLERS DEPARTMENT Phone 19 Mooresville, Indiana STORE CDITI-OPI I'l1IUO-ICD CDCZUU MOORESVILLE FOOD MARKET 8 West Mam Phone 30 Comphments of SMITHERMAN HATCHERIES Phone 24 Mooresvllle Indlana Standard O11 Products Goodyear Tlres Phone 85 ALLISON TIRE CO MOORESVILLE UPHOLSTERY SHOP Furmture Custom Bu11t Est1mates Gladly G1ven Expert Workmansh1p Establlshed 1914 Prompt Servlce H Stevens Prop Phone 485F12 p 0 KELLER 8: SQN R R 441 Mooresv111e Indxana . 4 559,- . . . , If nw .AI .ff I I I I I . . l , ' L.. - . . . . . . 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