Morristown High School - Booster Yearbook (Morristown, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1952 volume:
Morristown High School, Morristown, Indiana
We, the class of 1952, do hereby dedicate this o 1
, ur 952 annual, ECHOES OF . .
S. , to our beloved '
class sponsor and teacher, MRS. LAVAUGHN HARDIN.
Mrs. Hardin is completing her twenty-first year as instructor of commercial subjects in our
school. Through her insistence that each student achieve near perfection in his work and by
quiet, dignified, inspirational guidance, hundreds of alumni have successfully obtained and
held important positions in business offices. We feel sure that all of our alumni join in this
small tribute to one who has meant so much to each of us. Mrs. Hardin, again we say thanks
from the bottomof our hearts. You will always be remembered by each one. Good luck, always!
The fairest rose in the arden of life
Is the Fellowship of griendsg
Time but lorifies its beauty
With a Qragrance that never ends.
No cloud can shade its loveliness,
No storm its etals art
For the flower 0? frienihip dwells forever
In the shrine of the human heart.
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We've need in the world of some teachers today,
Some teachers who can smile as they teach
Who will buckle down in the heartiest way
And prepare us for that which we reach.
So here's to the teachers whom we do fawn
Mr. Shelton, Mr. Pope, Mrs. Hardin and Mrs. DeBaun.
Keep up the good work and be a shining light
And help that the gloomy day may not tum to night.
And here's to some others who've helped us to grow
Miss Stirwalt, Miss Meyer, Miss Good you all know
Are the busiest in trying to make us all leam
And make the flame ofknowledge in our heads to bum.
Mr. Kelley as he directs the trumpets and horns,
Mr. Stevens with his study of the solemn new born.
Mr. Gardner with physics book in hand
And Mr. Milam, he's simply grand.
We musm't forget the teachers of the grades
Who prepared us for our high school parades
Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Wortman, Mr. Cochran, and Mr.
Yes, these are some who over ushave shaken the stick.
Then there's Miss Kraft, Mrs. Brown, and Mrs. Moore
Who, I'll guarantee, are never a bore.
And the two that completes them, Miss Tague and
Are really a blessing, and to our family belong.
And to our principal, who has oft-times thought us
We have a few words that we'd like to add
You've guided and helped, and that is a task
And we beg you tell us, what more could we ask?
In summary we would like to say,
God bless all the faculty that we have today.
me want them to know we appreciate all they've done
And now all we have left is to finish the run.
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Bubbling over with laughter
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Vice President 2-4
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FOST ER ADAMS
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"With that merry and carefree air, you can al- . M,
ways tell he's there. " ' may
Hi-Y 2-3-4: Hi-Y Pres. 4: Pres. 3: Vice Pres.
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"Winsome and gracious always a lady."
Chorus 1-2-3: S.S,S, 3-4.
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PAUL CALDWELL "
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"Slow explosive: but heap big boy. "
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I came I bluffed I graduated
H1-Y 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Softball 2-4.
ERM ADEN E PERRY
"No words can express her infinite sweetness."
S. S. S. 1-2-3-4. Rec. Sec. S.S.S. 4: Newspa-
per 3-4: Yearbook Ass't. Editor 43 Harmonetts
3-4: Harrnenetts 4g Chorus 1-2-3-4g Choir 2-3-
'He seems so independent and he has a great
deal of faith. "
Student Mgr. 1-2-3-4: Hi-Y 2-3-4: Chorus 1.
"I'm going to tell that Einstein a few things. '
S. S. S. 1-2-3-4g Vice Pres. S. S. S. 4: Asst.
Editor News Paper 3-4g Choir 45 Chorus 1-2-3-
45 Year Book Sales Mgr. 4.
"A young man with plenty of dash!
He chose his gal from the senior class. "
I-Ii-Y 2-3-4g Cross Country 2-3-45 Track 2-3g
"They say love makes the world go round.
Catch me I'm getting dizzy. "
S,S.S. 2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-4g Choir 2-3-45
Orchestra l-25 Band 1-2.
"Possessor of personality, ability, and tact.
She's popular. How could she help it, being
like that. "
S. S. S. 2-3-43 Chorus 1-2-3.
"He shifted his brain in neutral and let his tongue
rattle on. "
Hi-Y 2-3-45 Choir 1-2-3-4g Chorus 1-2-3-45
Year Book Bus. Mgr. 4g Baseball 3.
"Hazy is her mind since he lives away. "
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"He's as fleet footed as a deer.
But bashful when the girls are near. "
H1-Y 2-3-4g Cross-Country 2-3-4: Track 1-2-3-
4g Student Manager 3-4g Volleyball 3.
"I'm here even ifI don't tell everyone."
S.S,S. 1-2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3.
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"A lassie witha gracious and pleasing manner. "
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a better, truer friend never coulgobe found. "
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Managerg Chorus l-2-3.
"Pursuit of happiness, that's her arm."
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3 WALTER LENNING
"Never speak sense when nonsense will answer
4 WM' the purpose as well. "
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"He is interested in leaming the ways of a
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"Looks pious- -but looks are deceiving."
Variety is the sprce of lrfe don t try one, try
them all. "
Hi-Y 2-3-45 Choir 1-2-3g Chorus 1-2-3g Track
3- Cross Country 2-3-4- Yell Leader 3-4
- C 'Quiet but well meaning and understanding."
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"In school a quiet lass she seems to be, but who
knows if it's tnie when she is free."
S.S.S. 2-3-4: Orchestra 3.
Graceful and useful in all she does.
"One way to get ahead and stay ahead is to use
a head "
H1-Y 2-3-4, Newspaper 3-45 Baseball 3.
- IO ANN DICKINSON
"Next to my head I like my red hair best."
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Her mind is here but her heart is elsewhere
S.S.S. 2-3-45 Newspaper 3-4: Chorus 2-3-4:
C K Choir 2-3-45 Harmonetts 3-43 Harmenetts 4.
Honor hes rn honest toil.
Hi-Y 2-3-4: Track 3-4: Chorus 1-2: Student
"A blmh, beautiful but sometimes inconven-
LEROY ROG ERS
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"Minds are like horsesg one must exercise
them if you wish to keep them in working order."
Quiet? You should know her better.
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3-4: Chorus 1-2-3.
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"Lifeis easy smooth and slow do what
comes and let the rest go. "
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and sound: a better, truer end
never could be found. "
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We again as seniors of Morristown High School wish to leave a memory of our past with the under-
classmen. Many of us have spent twelve short years in Morristown. lnto these years we have crowded
many helpful and happy experiences. We are now leaving our dear high school days to go into the world
to continue our education or to work, hoping to be successful citizens of America.
ln the year 1948, we entered Morristown as Freshmen. We' came from Union, Marion, Fountain-
town, and Westland. Our teachers were Miss Griffin, Mr. Furr, Mr. Shelton, Mr. Ellis, and Mrs. Ellis.
Our class officers were Lynn Cox, president: Philip Nelson, vice-president: Sue Ann Myer, secretary. and
Jayne McMurray, treasurer. Miss Griffin as sponsor, gave us a good start. Our activities that year were
The next year we entered school as Sophomores. That year our sponsor was Mr. GetlFurr. The
class officers were Philip Nelson, presidentg Foster Adams, vice-presidentg Jerry Fun, secretaryg and
Jayne McMurray, treasurer.
Jo Ann Dickinson, Don l-ledges, Deloris Fischer, and LeRoy Rogers all came in new that year.
Our Junior year was full of activity. Our sponsors that year were Mrs. Lavaughn Hardin and Mrs.
Betty DeBaun. Our officers were Foster Adams, presidentg Philip Nelson, vice-presidentg Doris Wicker,
secretary: and Jayne McMurray, treasurer. We busied ourselves selling magazines--breaking all previous
records--and taking charge of the ball game concessions.
We took the seniors to a reception that none of us shall ever forget. lt was held in the Hotel
Severin at Indianapolis, Indiana.
Now as we are seniors, we think back over the last three years of our life and high school career.
We have no doubt had hard knocks and bumps, but we have enjoyed each year as we will never enjoy
uture years. '
This being our senior and last year, we have had the most enjoyable year of all. Wewanted an
annual and we have one. We worked and slaved, but we are happy, for we did it willingly.
We were glad to welcome to our senior class, Bill Wagoner and Betty Smith this year.
Our sponsors are Mrs. Lavaughn Hardin and Mr. Herman L. Royer. Our class officers are Philip
Nelson, presidentg Leon Voris, vice-president, Doris Wicker, secretaryg and Jayne McMurray, treasurer.
We must and want to say that we would not and could not have attained this great height if it had
not been for the wonderful parents, teachers, and principal along our way who have encouraged us and
helped us with untiring strength.
Phyllis Harding, Historian
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Ain't nobody gonna forgit ya,
Dear old M. H. S.
Ain't nobody gonna forgit ya,
Or else I'1l miss my guess.
All the love you showed us
As we filled up with knowledge,
Just kept us on the bus,
That registered all the mileage.
But as we raced through the freshman year
And on through the Sophomore, too.
We wished that time would hurry,
To take us right on through.
It wasn't that we were tired of leamin'
No, that wasn't it, I know,
But we sure were a yeamin
To be in its senior class, "by Joe".
Now that we have arrived here
With all things almost o'er,
We have a w1sh to offer
And that's we had four more.
Now listen, underclassmen,
Be cgood and may God Bless,
An don't forget, underclassmen
Take Care of dear old M. H. S.
XTIS WILL I
We, the undersigned, being members of the Senior Class of 1952 of Morristown High School, and being
adjudged of sound mind and memory, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, in
the manner following:
ITEM I ----
ARTICLE I, TO Tl-IE FACULTY
-To our principal, Mr. Royer, for his helpful understanding, we leave our gratitude.
ITEM II ---- To Mrs. Hardin we leave our best wishes for a bigger and better commercial department.
To Mr. Pope we leave a new modem helicopter as a means of transportation.
To Mr. Shelton we leave another successful group of basketball boys.
ITEM V ---- To Mr. Gardner we leave another class of chemistry-minded students.
To Mr. Stevens we leave another class of quiet and better boys.
To Mrs. DeBaun we leave the memories of the year she was our home room teacher.
ITEM VIII--To Miss Stirwalt we leave a class that does not think that Shakespeare is funny.
To Miss Good we leave a long life of fun.
ITEM X ---- To Miss Myer we leave an eligible bachelor.
ITEM 1 ----
To Mr. Milan we leave another successful group of shop boys.
To Mr. Kelly we leave a good band like the present one.
ARTICLE II, TO THE CLASSES
-To the Juniors we leave our home room with our best wishes.
ITEM II ---- To the Sophomores we leave our seats, pencils, and books.
ITEM 1 ----
To the Freshmen we leave best wishes for a good high school career.
To the classes, in general, we leave a new and better school.
ARTICLE III, T0 INDIVIDUALS
-Sharon Dismore wills her ability to tip the scales to Carol Roberts.
ITEM II ---- lack Wilcoxrn wills his knowledge of basketball to Rex Stevens.
Betty Smith wills her ability to get shorthand to anyone who thinks they can get it.
Maevern Fallis wills her high typing speed to Audry Dunham.
ITEM V----Donnie Kulm wills his shaving kit to Don Foreman--he needs it.
Jimmy Willard wills his skill to roll a car to anyone who wants to leam except Mr. Stevens.
Lynn Cox wills his ability to farm no Rex Stevens.
ITEM VIII--Paul Goble wills his coaching ability to Keith Shelton.
Tom Pruitt wills his ability to run and not give up to Arthur Cole.
-Max Steffy wills his curly hair to Paul Daniels.
Jayne Fording wills her ability to be the most confused person in high school to whoever would
like the distinction.
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Eddie Boring wills his ability to run into parked cars to Stanley Hedges.
Norman Muman wills his great ability to jitterbug to Jessie James and Harold Byers.
Doneda Hall wills, willingly, her quiet disposition to Marjorie Short.
Walter Lenning wills his ability to be a basketball star to Floyd Schackel and Art Pope.
Sally Smith wills her ability to yell at ballgames at all times to Peggy Tracy.
Gaylord Cole wills his ability to resist girls to Kenny Harper.
Norman Bassett wills his ability in Industrial Arts to Lester Fox.
Annabelle Myer wills her engagement ring to Donna Justus on the day that she is married.
Kent Gordon wills his drawing ability and equipment to Harold Myer and Ronnie Maynard, if
they will take good care of it in future years.
Ermadene Perry wills, willingly, her temper to Carol Ann I-lite and Annet Short.
Donnie Wortman wills his slim figure to Judy Ross because she doesn't have one.
Leon Voris wills his speed to Rose Robbins so that she can catch a boy.
Foster Adams wills a pair of gymshoes to James Smith so that he and Mr. Pope might get along
better with less noise.
Jayne McMurray wills her ability to play the field to Rose Robbins and Shirley Nugent.
Earlene Coyle wills her big seat in the band to anyone that can find room for it.
Gene Paul Springer wills his weight to Bill Jones and his ability to fight to Ed Handly.
Jo Ann Dickinson wills her ability to talk about something besides boys to Lois Smith.
Deloris Fischer wills all of her boy friends except the one in the Air Force to Peggy Tracy.
Philip Nelson wills his ability to stay away from good-looking tomatoes that you don't can to
Bill Jones and Jim Knopp.
Dave Hauk wills his car to Jim Smithso that he can take Rose Robbins home for dinner and back
in 15 minutes.
Irene Holt wills her place at the typing room window to anyone who likes the view.
Paul Caldwell wills his ability to bring his father to school to get educated to Don Foreman.
Dorothy McAhren wills her ability to blush and be embarrassed to Rose Robbins and Peggy
Tracy--they need it.
ITEM XXXV---Doris Wicker wills her ability to understand boys, especially one, to any irls who think it
possible, and also her blushing abilityto Rose Robbins, maybe someday she be embarrassed.
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Don Nigh wills his ability to let Joyce Miller drive his car 80 to 90 miles an hour on country
roads to Don Foreman and Larry Wilson.
Kathleen Caldwell wills her ability to know whose car she is getting into to Alice Fischer.
Phyllis Harding wills her ability to tease Mr. Pope to Mrs. Hardin.
Don Hedges wills his ability to stay awake in Mr. Pope's classes to Don Foreman.
Leroy Rogers wills his ability to always have an opposing idea during a class meeting to any
Sue Ann Myer wills her short, slim frame to Lou Annette Tracy.
Harold Schaekel wills his shyness around girls to Carl Justus.
Bill Wagoner wills his long, lean figure to Harlan Huffman.
Jan Long wills his quiet manners and his ability to stay away from girls to Kenny Harper.
We, the Senior Class of Morristown High School, the testator, have set our hand and seal hereto this
fourteenth day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two 119525.
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On this fourteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord Qne thousand nine hundred and fifty-two, the
members of the senior class of 1952 appeared before us and. signed the foregoing instrument in our tpresel1CQ.
and declared it to be their last Will and Testament, and in witness whereof, at their request an in their
presence, we hereunto set our names this fourteenth day of May, in the year of our Lord One thousand nine
hundred and fifty-two.
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As I stepped out of the press box at Yankee Stadium in New York after broadcasting the opening game of
the 1967 World Series, I tumed to find my faithful friend and companion, Eddie Boring, waiting for me. Eddie,
who had always loved baseball and was determined to find his fortune from the game, was now the star peanut
seller for the Yankees. Failure to make the grade as a ballplayer had driven him to this. Together we left
the stadium and walked to the street to hail a taxi. When we stopped one and got in, we were surprised to find
Dave Hauk as the driver. Dave said that he had started driving a taxi so that he could keep in training for his
hobby of driving a race car. He said that he had finally settled down and was happily married to the former
Doris Wicker. Arriving at our hotel, we paid Dave and went in.
We went into the hotel dining room and were directed to a table by the head waiter, Norman Bassett.
Norman had accepted the position seven years before and was now married to the former Doneda Hall, who
was the head of the kitchen. When our dinner was served to us, we found that our waitress was none other than
Deloris Fischer, who had come a long way from her days at the Blue Bird. Deloris said that she had married
Wayne Cash, who was now at the head of the largest Chevrolet sales company in New York. When we had
eaten and paid our bill, we walked to the elevator and found Bill Wagoner as its operator. Bill had overcome
his natural shyness long enough to marry Irene Holt and now had three children. Bill said that Max Steffey,
world famous hair stylist, also had his office in the hotel. Max is assisted in his business by the former Kathleen
Caldwell whom he married several years ago.
Arriving-at our apartment we found Kent Gordon, the Texas Cattle King, and his lovely wife, Earlene
Coyle, waiting to see us. Kent and Earlene had come to New York for a much needed vacation. When they
left, we turned on our television set to our favorite program, starring comedian Walter Lenning and singer
Ermadene Perry. Walter's jokes and cracks had finally paid off. and Ermadene was one of the most famous
singers in the country. Ermadene had married Philip Nelson, who was the sponsor of their television program.
After their program came the prize fights. The main fight was between heavy weight champion Leroy Rogers
and his challenger, Harold Schaekel. Both Leroy and Harold said that they chose prize fighting to keep ahead
of their wives, the former Sally Smith and Sharon Dismore. Leroy's manager and trainer was Don Nigh, who
had decided that the job couldn't be beat. The announcer of the boxing match was none other than Foster
Adams, who had finally put his gift of gab to work. Foster was now married to the former Sue Ann Myer and
was employed in his spare time as an auctioneer. Foster gave us the decision of the match which ended in a
draw and then signed off for the night. The next program on T -V was a dancing show with Tom Pruitt and
Betty Smith among the many stars of the show. Both Tom and Betty were very well-known dancers.
Later in the evening we went to an athletic program and among manv of the great athletes of the country
were Lynn Cox, Gene Springer, Paul Goble, and Paul Caldwell. Lynn was now the highest paid player in the
major league baseball circles and Gene was the star of The National Football League. Paul Goble was the
new crowned Olympic Mile Champion and Paul Caldwell was playing for the Indianapolis Olympians basket-
ball team. Leon Voris, the famous Indiana University basketball coach was also there with his wife, the for-
mer Jayne McMurray.
On our way back to the hotel, we met Lieutenant Commander James Willard of the U. S. Navy and his
very beautiful wife, the well-known model Dorothy McAhren. As we walked along the street, we were en-
countered by a very pitiful looking bum that we soon recognized as Donnie Wortman. Donnie said that he had
grown too tired to work and by begging he had kept from starving: Fortunately, however, a big cop by the
name of Norman Muman came along and took Donnie to spend the night at home with him. Norman said
that about once a week he saw Don Hedges, the wealthy owner of an automobile insurance business. Don had
never married and reports were that he was very happy single.
In the lobby of the hotel we were happy to find two more old classmates and their wives. I an Long, the
well-known airplane designer, and his wife the former Phyllis Harding, and Gaylord Cole and his wife Jayne
Fording, were all planning to stay a week at our hotel. Gaylord said that Jayne taught at one of Indiana's
larger colleges and he took care of the children. Later on that night, we took Jayne and Phyllis to the well
known New York dress shop on Fifth Avenue owned by Io Ann Dickinson and Maevern Fallis. Both of the girls
were very well-known as the foremost dress designers in the country. The last of the classmates that we saw
were Donnie Kuhn and Annabelle Myer. Donnie and Annabelle had been married soon after they left school
and now run a store in Ohio. When Eddie and I finally left them to go back to the hotel, we decided that the
best part of the class had been very successful in life.
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Designers and Manufacturers
School and College Jewelry
Medals - Cups - Trophies
Iewelers to Morristown
Iohn Marshall, Representative
Good Luck Seniors
Shelby Oil Company
Wholesale and Retail
Gasoline - Kerosene - Oils
Greases - Distillate - Fuel Oils
Phone 195 253 E. Washington
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The Peoples Choice
E. O. Zimmerman
Thirst, Too, Seeks Quality
Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc.
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Upholstering and Ref1n1sn1ng
Phone 2 134
Zikc jersey Farm
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Phone Morristown 8-152
Admiral and Philco Appliances
Roper Gas Ranges With Dri-Gas
Complete Line of Electric and
3 Miles South of 52 on Road 9
Mary Lou Shop
Dr. R. M. Fleming
Iohn E. Sigler
Grinny's Soda Shoppe
Village Belle Shoppe
Hugh L. Collier
Again, as in all former years
To bring you all the schoolhouse
From feature fun to flash
These merchants form the
From which our sheet has grown
So now in turn this senior class
Give thanks ere it has flown
We wish to express our thanks to each person who has had
a part in the publishing of our 1952 Echoes of M. H. S
We are indebted to Mr Gergahty, of Blocks' Photo Shop for
his fine pictures and suggestions in arranging them.
It IS our hope that the Echoes of M. H. S. for 1952 will be a
source of pleasure to you now and in years to come
The 1952 Staff
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