Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)

 - Class of 1948

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1948 RETROSPECT J f- ' 'Q1 33 X1WI RQX Nf'CfY .. X ,. + i Q N N X Q. FX N W N A Q X N x Q -. if If 5 Nik Q Y ELL 'im x. 'L M n tn- v- fb' 41. - ., , ,.. . 'Y W ,J .VL ., p+3W-LiiQf .. W 3? 'hr 0451! CAWKC, -T :Z 5,4 T he Semor Class PRESENTS THE RETROSPECT or IQ!-L8 Of MORT ON MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL alvfla 0 Contentla c9m1m1.1tnat1on boa a emona Page ClAnc9ancQa1..,v..amQn page 40rthQQt1c1.4 page choofl page CQulm page CR acne anon. page 0550151 page Mow 5-Daw aww-2 Dmnactongf o Wlamafm page FV 1 A " ' . . gr 5 S ' . . . 15 . . 23 ' . . 29 S . . . 37' fvvlumc . page 41 . . . 45 ' . . 51 S ' . . . 55 A . . . 67' ' 15 . T5 ' 7eacfnmA logw, lolgwm BOARD GF TRUSTEES fi Wlr Arthur Iemmon Nlr Don nld H Smith I resident I :ct I IONHIQIII I reensburp., Indlan lpoh 6 II -'t?k'I WIN Fdlth .IdLkS0n Nlrs Iuulle Sherwood Secretarw I re uurer Indianapolis Indlanapohw f Ctticanza lolln lt I mlm mlm lx SHN M Fllllt min In N howl N Xiornr lt Slm Nl l v Ntuw ard 4.43 ,I 'V ku!" 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S 4'l,,,.1,!,,:,gl1 H X K.r'1w1g':11'!--r , Ilmwl. ll:-'IL til I 1 FACULTY I11 ss NINID tll IIX N I J xx I1 mth mu Stun N QL X u U Fug, 09" X f MEMBERS OF THE BOARD SCHOOL OFFICE Xk-a..4.f.-:- The Boxrd members of the IIlNt1tLlt1OY'l meet the flrst Tues d Lx of uery month to dlscuss thc problems of the Home They study and approxe all of the l.DIlllCltlOIlQ for xdmlsslon md dlscharges mto and from thc Home The repalrs and lmproxcments are under the NUIXIXISIOU of th1s group The offxcers :nd employees of the Home are responslble to the Bo 1rd The monthly payroll IS checked and approx ed by them The problems of the students of Morton Memorlal are dxs cussed mth Mr Smlth Super mtendent of Schools Mr Smlth d.SS1L,llQ9 the boys to thelr yarl ous trades and works out thelr trade schedules The teachers often go to the school offlce to xsk Nlr Smlth s asslstance wxth thclr dlsclphnary and class loom problems He plans the mmy school conxocatlons glxen md superuses the school pro- gram. 'Nliss Tincher is the school secretary. Lnder the superuslon of Nlr Q NI Chxse Chlef Clerk the FlYldI1Cld.l Offxce handles all the orders for food clothlng., and equipment for the Home The pay roll and the time records for the employees are a functlon of thls offlce The Student Bxnk and merlt system are also ul mlmstered here Employees IH th1S offlce are Mrs Gordon Mrs Blngham Nllss Nera Vlrgne and Mrs Nloor The Recreatlonal Depxrtment of the Home plans and super uses the mam partus ind dances throughout the wear that supplx the students xxlth an nudad IQCILAIIUII loun II ill ind the week and utlxltu LIIOIIN p annul lu our Recrefitxon Dnectox NI 'lodd Nlr Rlchxrd NIcC1e1dx Tll1l1IilX IIISITULIUI 1ss1sts N11 Todd md Nlls Todd xsslstfd Lllltll Hunt FINANCIAL OFFICE RECREATIONAL OFFICE Vksf, -P' 'V Lf? 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X eruon CQQAA Heatonu We all enjoyed the prom too Re member our sponsors 'ylrss Hrcks and Mr Dalrymple' They helped us a lot yyrth the prom Wasnt rt fun when yye started decoratmg for the prom ' Ly ery class looks forward to thrs most of all rn therr Junror year 1nd rt s really somethrng to look for vyard to I can see us noyy makrng the parasols and makrng pretty flovy ers That wrll stay yyrth our memor res of school for years and years to come It yyas also fun gorng to the prom and rnyrtrng frrendb from home or yyhomey er yye yyanted One thrng yye vyrll alyy ays remember rs the song the orchestra play ed as yye came rnto the gym and that vyas Aprrl Shovyers That ended another year of our schoolrng Our Senror year brought us all back rn hrgh sprrrts Eyery one yyas exerted to knovy that vye yyere It last to the top of our goal Berng QI NIORS really made Us all feel good We started the year off that h1ppened yy IS th rt yye vyere rn yrted to Partrcra Cortners yyeddrng Our Senror class took up '1 collectron and got a yy eddlng grft for her After a yyhrle yye elected the Senror class offrcers They yyere Walter Jupp presrdent Leon Toyy ne X rce pre sr dent Frances INrcosra secretary and Norm1 Fllen Terrell tre1surer Our 'ienror class ordered our rrngs and lt vyas 1n January th It yye recery ed them We are all yery proud of them Remember yyhen our yyhole cl 1ss had to yy rrte oratrons and hoyy could yye possrbly forget those lllllllilgll phys" Remember hoyy 'yI1ss Huley got after us yyhen yye vyere tryrng to yyrrte them" For some reason or other our class has been brought closer together thrs year All of the excrtement of gr1du1t mg began yy hen Mrs Guyatt st uted measurrng us for our caps and goyy ns Fhen there yy as the drscussron among the grrls 1nd boys as to yy hether yye yy 1nted colored tassels on our c1ps or not And before long Nlrs Cortner cilled a meetrng of the Senror grrls 1nd yye drseusscd our possrbrlrtres of ng, to the crty to select senror clothrng It yy as so e xcrtrng yy hen yye got them The vyhole store yyas 1t our seryrc It yyasnt long rfter thrs untrl the boys yy ent to 'Ncyy C 1stle lor therr clothrng They are 1ll ready for the banquet but the grrls mu t get to yyork 1nd rlter then slllts and coats Isnt rt nrce they knoyy hoyy to seyy " 'ylost of thrs credrt goes to Mrs Guyatt yy rthout her some of Us yy ould neyer haye lefrrned to scyy The prom rs around the corner the grrls '1re cuttrng out then for m rls Its gorng to be1 1 brreht prom yyrth all the y 1r1ety of materrrls and colors the grrls haye chosen r senror yeu h s ce f l 1 roy trrelyet lter 1 r I R ue o yyrth Leon 1Profl Toyyne 1s our stu dent manager h1ye done 1 good rob rg yyrth the other boy t rrye good basketball seisrrlr 'yN1snt rt 1 hen yye s 1ye H 1 the bectrondsl yye re exerted rn thrs tourn1ment I rt yy rll alyy 1ys be remembered by 1 of Us yont e r or senre pl IX banquet b1cc1l1ureate Com mencement and eyerythrne rs oyer here it 'Horton rndyye yy 1nt to c1rry 'Ill It s memorres yy rth us ls yye go out rnto the yy orld Vte yyrll neyer forget the help the yyelfare offrce md 'llr Qmrth gaye us rn secur lllj., our robs 1nd pl IIIIIIIIAL on yy here yye yy ould eo 1fter yye leaye re rnstutron thr yye yyr member for the XQlls to come ls yye le 1ye Horton 1nd the Home on Nlry Jr, Q18 Q O , ' K ' , , , y L '.- , L.L.' . 7 , . , L. he Ay, 1 'L L- ' I A r' K' E 'L I .1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 'I , l . . l 7 4 el. 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The- class this ye-zu' cmisists ' lily fix' :turl-nts wha ziltl gl ul' high stzimlzu-mls hz " not e 1 - ri-gillzir high si-h l 'f int. f 2 2 ' . Somv ol' the-sv will crmtiniul thuir wlimulirlgr else- II1CI,I-QX , whi -, V ', X thi- utlivrs will fiml 4-niplnyriiviil :ui zlmlv Y U,H4-I, :I Ifnllie-il'X'21l'ifulls21lfilllin-SzilltlIl'z1il1iI1y'. 'l'l14-541 stiuli-rits. . I 4 'L 5' as '1 :is otlu-1' sturlffnts livri-, lizivm- ll'2ll'Ilt'tl 21 irzulv ' I wh' " ' ' -2 'll thi-ir own way iipmilm-1 'i115:. l 1 ,' I C r ' wr A.. Left to right, first row: Maxine Sturker, Betty Hart, Betty Farrington, Deloris Loy, and Jlrkie Ryon. Second row: Peiziry' Scofield, B4-Aulah Browning. Betty Flor, Mary Ilimos, llonawie Walters, Maria- Stnne, Rosa- Hunt. and Helen Heidenriech. Third row: William farpenter. Vern D U, , V , . . . . aus, James Stone, Roy Allison, James Kurtis, Louie Mitchell, .lack Johnson. Tum Ullier, lnd Aaron llnkrr. I UN IOR CLASS There are twenty-one jolly juniors this year, and they are well represented in Choir, Hand, Debate Vlub, National llonor Society. Commercial Flub, Track, I-laskethall and Baseball. Those active in sports are: Jim Fortis, .lack Johnson, Aaron Baker. Tom Ollier, Hill C'arpe-nter, Roy Allison and James Stone. The members of the National Honor Society are Jackie Hyon, Peggy Scofield and William C'arpenter. We hope they will al- ways be proud of this honor. The Juniors are the ones to be secretiVe this year about the decoration of the Prom. "llere's good luck to you, kids." The girls are excited to see which girls will be chosen to be Fadet Sponsors. I know Mr. McCready and the boys will have a hard time selecting the ones to be elected. Peggy Scofield, Jackie Ryon. and Betty Farringeon were the ones to he chosen to go to Girls' State this year. These girls have worked hard for this opportunity. This year the jolly juniors are looking forward to obtaining the title of the "So- phisticated Seniors" or which every junior class looks forward to. The sponsor teachers for this class are Miss Nancy Sherwood and Mr. F. B. Wiley. 25 K i uni X Left to right. first row: Erma Ditton. Pat McVay, Rosaler Dimos, Joanne King, Lila Dnnavon. Harriett Scales, Esther Mullens, and Joanne Hillard. Second row: Jeanette Nicosia. Agnes Winter. Carolyn Foster, Mary Ellen Evans, Leeta Riley, Phyllis Crazue, Gladys Wheeler, .loan Berman. Ruth Malkemus. and Betty Pa.-Hey. Third row: Mary Etta Searcy, Sam Moreland, Sarah Goodwin, Robert Snedaker, Wayne Bea.-raft, Don lmhoff. Marie Hopper. Yvonne Rap:-lje, Donna Conncellor. Leroy Mc-Daniel. and Darl Eckert. Founh row: Rose Snedaker. Jerry Moore. John Erwin, Charlie Lawhom. James Swangu, Lee McDaniel, Donald Hancock. Fred Mitchell, and Bob Moreland. SOPHOMCDRE CLASS There are thirty-seven students in the Sophomore class. They are sponsored by Miss O'Dowd and Mr. Byers. The class is active in the various clubs and organizations that are found on the campus. Several mem- bers are in the band, choir, and debate club. The boys are active in sports with several on the basketball and track teams. Bob Snedaker made the varsity in basketball and Bob Snedaker, Fred Mitchell, and Leroy Mc- Daniel have done well on the track team. 26 The girls have participated in the intramural sports such as hockey, softball, and tennis. The members of the class presented an outstanding dramatic production that in- cluded a play and skit during: the school year The play was about a boy who was trying to marry off his sister so he could have her room and the skit was a take off on the teachers where the students pretended they were the teachers as they had been when they were students. Left to right, first row: Margaret Erwin, Gladys Cooley. Hattie Moreland. Pearl Jackson, Sonya Ullin-r, Alice Strother, Maudelene Smith, and Marian Mclnlosh. Second row: Kathleen Uoryell. Mary Stone, Wanda llavts, Judy Stewart, Joan Scofield, Helen Napier. Norma Mclntoah, Evals McLemore. Ruth Ritter, Julia Etheridge, and Ronella l-Etheridge. Third row: Eugene Bragg. Perry Allison, Robert Long, l'lifford Gerhig, Jane Banks, Leoda Norvell. Alice Johnson, Leotha Norvell, James Strother. .lames Huff. Larry Kardon, and .lusse Knotts. Fourth row: .lack Thompson. Richard Shields, Kenneth Su-ad. George Fonner. Kenneth Bunch. David Hart, Vharles Brannon, Thomas Marshall Homer Gerholdl, Thomas Gerholdl. and Eugene Doss. FRESI-IMAN CLASS ln the freshman class there are 46 stu- dents. They are divided into two groups so the classes will not be too large. In the class elections Clifford Gerbig was elected l'resident, James Strother Vice- President, Alice Strother Secretary, and Margaret Erwin as Treasurer. They did a nice job as class officers. There are several talented members in this class. There are those who are in debate club and they are setting a goal for them- selves so that they may become future debat- ers. One member is one of the peppy cheer leaders and is doing a good job. There are some that have been making good grades and are looking forward to getting in the National Honor Society. There is Joan Sco- field who is musically talented and does a nice job of entertaining the students. Last, but not least, those boys who played on the second team in basketball. We hope some day they will make a good varsity team. Keep up the good work and the students of the freshman class will be very proud of their group's achievements. 27 Thix clww t-oiixixlx of 3" nivnilwiw 'iml tlivx' :ml 4llHllilll't'tl th SE hy BHS .loiivx 'I'lit-hstmligits am' mloiiii: zi fini- juli in lm scliool mill oiitsitlt- zictivilii-s. X zirioiis iiiviiilwix ul this chin uri- iii t'hoii'. 1-ll t'hih. llaihtl. :mtl llziiiviiig' mill tht-5' ziiw doing: ai lim- juli. Thvy :mi looking l'oi'wzii'ml to ht-ing in high suliool lil-xt Xtlill' wht-ii thvy will ht- ohh' to ,iuiii otlivi' chills. 'l'hi1 svwiitli irrzuln- consists ol' 531 stiitlt-rits. Thi- girlw am' liziriiii: tht-ii' first yt-zu' of llomv l'1t-orimiiics mill thi-5 am- doing' ai gmail joh. Some' of tht-sv stutlt-his zirv litlilllgf lap mlziiiuiiig :mtl am- lookiiig' t'orwzml In tht- mlzuict- i'vx'ii-xv. Thi lmys :iw wry zictiw iii i'l-t-wzxtioiizil. stfliool. mill cluh zictivi tivs. Thi- spoiisoi' oi' this group is Miss t'ook. l'l'l'HR l'lll'l'l'Rl'f, l'illill'l'll tQR.Xlll-I. l,1-ft to right, first row: Helm-n Fragur, Yi-rda Young, Betty Riley. llarlmrn llanrnck, lietty tilnze, Wilma Malloy, Norma Williams, Susie' Napivr, and Ruth Srolvs. Svvond row: Varolyn llillnrrl. Vharlottv llnrrinuton. Alive- Jackson. llelty Shower, Miss .lonvx Margaret tirrenlee, Emma Sc-ol:-ra, Mary Sharp. Romaynv Rim-Its. Dorothy Smith. Third Row: Harold Ahney. Lloyd tlstlvr. Ya-rl Form-r, Danny Winter, Dill lmhoff. .limmy llomu-r. 'll-rrp Parks. lllll Dznis, llohhy Kohel, Rohn-rt tl'Xn-al, tmorgu- Stn-phenx and IA-xlii' lfox. lfourth lion: tlmrln-N Darling. Kohl-rl Towne- .Iohnny W'lwn-ln-r. Kinl l'i-flle-5. l'hillip lrwin. Roy Sh-ad. .Iohn Loy. l'r:ink YYootl. l'n-rry llarr. llarry Mft lullzin, Fylu--tvr Norm-ll. :ind Dauirl llvvdi. l,Hl5 ER l'lt"l'l Rl-f, Sl-IYICXTII tiR'lDl'f. l.r'It to right, first row: Wiilma Davis. fhnrlotte King. Nessie Ditton. farolyn l'orhin, Helly Hardman. Shirley Hull. Shirln-5 Long. Nlarjoris- lliliman. llzirharn King. Sorond Row: l-fu-lpn Slrothvr, Marin' Rivlu. Sally l'm-me-3. l,or:u Simmonw, Miss took, llnrharzi Hardman. Mary llc-ni-si, Norma lh-1-raft. l-Ithi-l l'nru-r, Lois look. Third Row: liddie Saunders, Fred tlray. tiilbnrt Whitten, Phyllis Sion:-, Harriett W'oods. liclty llort. Vhurlwa Kardon. Donald Knotts. Ke-nne-th Dossey, falvin 'l'ovwni-, llvnniv l'1-rry. lfourtli row: Mnrrin NlrN:u. .Int-lt Doss. .lohn Wkvorls. Milw Long. livoruv Vllrods, lfronk Anglin, lloh lluli' tbr. .limmv Young. Euilrrlir W'allu-r. Fifth row: Melvin Greer. John Huff, Rusemll 0'N1-xl. Virgil Stone. Richard liifln. .loe Bixlm-r, .lim W'ouds and Billy Frenrh. O vw O gmikaldall BASKETBALL The Tigers finished a successful if not impressive season by downing the New Salem Eagles in Sectional play before falling to the eventual sectional winner, Rushville, who won 43-33 in a last minute rush from a one point lead. Basketball, the most interesting sport to the student body, opened early in October for the basketball squad as they started their training campaign. 30 boys answered the call and with a month's training in fundamentals and scrimmages a starting lineup was selected for the first game with Char- lottesville. Bunch, Johnson, Jupp, Curtis, and Snedaker com- posed the starting five and they continued throughout the sea- son. Sanders and Carpenter saw action in most games and proved to be valuable substitutes. Morton easily triumphed over Charlottesville, 45-31, in the opener. As a member of the East Central Conference, which was formed last spring, Morton did not do so well, winning two of five games. The final record for all games played showed ten wins and eleven losses, the worst defeat being at the hands of the Knightstown Falcons, to The Tigers, however, were almost invincible on their home court, winning seven and los- ing only two, one being to Knightstown by two points and the other to Straughn by seven points. With a lot of support from the fans and with the best cheer leaders in the county leading the yells, the Tigers put forth their best efforts for a winning season. Cricket Bunch led the Tigers with 221 points and an average of 10.5 points per game. Johnson and Snedaker followed in the point col- umn. Le-.ft to right, fl William Carpente James Curtis. Walter Jupp Bob Bunch. Jack Johnson and Robert Snednke Second row: Sam Moreland Roy Allison, Leroy M Da iel Bill Sanders. Stanley Lewl and Donald Rnrd n BASKETBALL The Morton quintet lost a few games on two point de- cisions and the inability to hit free throws cost valuable points. The Tigers managed to score a total of 786 points for an average of more than 37 points per game. The Tigers will miss the loss of Bunch and Jupp, regulars, as well as Sanders, Lewis, and Rardon, all seniors. Other boys seeing action of the varsity were Moreland, McDaniel, Allison, and Conner. OPENING GAME The Tigers won the opening game of the 47-48 season by downing the Charlottesville Eagles 45-31. The game, being played on the Home floor, gave the Tigers an advantage. With speedy passing and shooting the Tigers led at the half mark 22-17. Cricket Bunch led the scoring parade by gather- ing 26 counters. If , nn holdt KNIGIITSTOWN GAME The fighting Tiger quintet lost their first East Central Conference game of the season to the Knightstown Falcons, 28-26. The Tigers, playing a smooth passing game, led the Falcons throughout the game. Morton led at the half mark 18-9. But a split second before the final gun sounded a Falcon hit from far out to give the Falcons a 28-26 victory. Jack Johnson grabbed scoring honors for the Tigers with 16 points. WALDRON GAME The Eder quintet won a close game from Waldron by a score of 36-35. The Tigers had a little trouble finding the hoop in the early stages of play, but found the range in the final minutes. The Tigers were trailing by one point at the half, but when the chips were down the Tigers had the power. Bunch led the Tigers with 12 points, Sanders followed close behind with 11. Baker, :nd Left to right. first r Jesse Knotts. Larry Rard Clifford Gerhig. Wayne craft. Tom Olller. Ds d H t d J k Th p lf Olll Second row: Homer G . George Con Richard Shields, Kenn th Bunch. Fred Mitchell. 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', ' 38 . 38 . 1 ' ' .ll 44 Morton 32 Lewisville 25 . 19 " " S 45 . 35 ' ' J ' 55 A 36 7 35 . 215 ' . 58 if 1' ' 1 1:1 Toiirneyl . 50 .' ' .' 46 . 33 . " 43 Pa . lf! 'l I f 36 lo 24 lh f 22 25 .' . 17 2" 16 7' . ' ' 18 lf 1 . 13 . ll 19 "1 . 26 'll ' 16 "1 2.3 21 .H 20 26 . 13 29 f 14 ll . 36 22 ' 30 20 21 TRACK The Morton Thinlies opened the spring track season with 33 boys answering the cinder call. The Tigers had six return- ing lettermen from last year's County Championship squad. Those champion runners were: Walter Jupp, Leroy McDaniel, Tom Ollier, Aaron Baker, Hob Snedaker, and William Carpen- ter. In the early part of the spring training program the Morton squad was forced to do most of their training indoors. During the time of indoor training, Coach Ralph E. Eder gave the team exercises and other training systems. When the wea- ther finally permitted the team to train on the track it wasn't long until the team was in good shape. When the 1948 sea- son first opened, most of the regular meets had to be re-sche- duled due to had weather conditions, but the thinlies were given plenty of competition as the season got under way. In the opening meet with Knightstown the Tigers put on a greatly improved performance, by downing the Falcons 59-44. Left to right. First row: Jerry Ollier, James Swanzo. Lee Mn-Daniel, Aaron Baker, und Jerry Moore. Second row: Bill Car- penter. Walter Jupp. .lack Johnson, Roy Allison. and Bob Snedakez. The Morton track squad seemed to be lacking most in the field events, as most of the field men were lost through last year's graduation. Coach Eder placed boys in the events as follows, Jupp, Snedaker, Ollier, Baker in the dashes: Mc- Daniel, Carpenter and Curtis in the distance runs: K. Bunch, Shields, Mitchell and Allison in the various field events. The Thinlies represent Morton Memorial in the East Cen- tral Conference, which promotes the athletic standard of the school and at the same time gives the team a chalice for stiff competition with the larger schools. Several of the fresh- men boys are well represented on the track squad, and have shown promises of future track material to help in boosting the school standard. Boys not pictured are: Allison, Hecraft, Leroy McDaniel, Conner, Long, Stead, Towne, Gerliig, S. Moreland, F. Mitchell, K. Bunch, Gerholdt, Rardon, Thompson, Lewis, B. Moreland, Doss, Hart, Shields, Curtis, L. 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' Uollege piefl . me ' ' Jrlome gc. e shool his 1 irge yirety courses and subjects for the students to choose from These subiects consist f science commerciil yocitronil ind other subjects which the student mry tike to suit his curriculum The sciences are physics and biology The physics students under the direction of Mr Wiley are taught the scientific ind practical things rn life Biology taught by Mr Dalry mple teaches the freshmen cl iss the nature of plants animals and y irrous other things that are proyrded by nature Among the courses there are sey rrl m 1th classes which are made up of algebr 1 plane and solrd geometry and gener 1l m ith amatics These are also taught by Nlr Wiley The students take general mathamatrcs in yyrth an ill rround course in practrc rl ar 1th metrc The algebra students learn to solye formulae and many difficult problems which cinnot be soly ed by irrthmctic In geometry the students learn to reason and discoyer things about certain objects used in eyery day life Under the commercial actryrtres they haye typing shorthand bookkeeping filing and are proylded practical ereperience these subjects In typing the students are taught co ordination ind the trarnrng for typrsts After the students can ty pe a cer tain amount of yyords rn a limited time they are awarded pins and certificates of achievement in their class. The students taking the commercial course are required to have four semesters of shorthand which takes a lot of study and practice to master. The students are also given bookkeeping and accounting which is nice to know for your own financial benefit. During the year the students learn how to keep books for bug- inesses and for their own family budget. The school office and financial office pro- yide the commercial students with office experience. They can acquire secretarial training and experience in bookkeeping and accounting through these offices. The school also has the necessary voca- tional subjects which ire shop home econ- omics agriculture senior sewing mechani- cal drawing physical education Spanish and citizenship. The mechanical drawing classes ' - trueteel by 'llr Feler tc iclr the students to dr iw meclrinic 11 deyrces of objects yyhich ire used in cirfferent mxchrnes The stu dent 1lso le er ns 1 little of dr ift engineering yy ich ls helpful rn co ege 1ely1ncec llllllllg ey o to mike se er ryyrngs rnel read pl ins or bluepri s In the yyood shop 'llr Ifder te 1ches the s hoyy to use e rrious pieces ot n ern equipment which rs used for the nr 1k rrrg of objects which they proeluce during the year end sell on legion D ry or 1ny o er time th it inyone yyrshes to buy them After the student grieluates he ni iy become inter ested in wood work und he will lriye some experience in tllls field The girls ire trught home economics in yy hrch they le ir n 1 lot about cooking 1nd b e ilso te rclre seyyrrrg to the girls During the yyrntei they mike dress s uses and 1 1r1e y o t ir s In e s ing 4 ll ne s ni ie rre jue geel The senior girls mike their own fornr ils for the Prom The only foreign linguige taught at 'Norton 1s Spanish It rs trught by N s Kathleen Nlcfullough The students are trught the lrnguige by studying yocibu es 1 UlllIl"l10Ils by rere f books in the lrngu ige 'lhe girls ind boys ire taught phy srcal educ 1t1on by Nlrss ODoyyd and Nlr Eder The girls pl 1y hockey basketball volley- ball ind softball. The boys get 1 chance to learn the fundamentals of basketbill and track. They ilso pl ey volley-b rll ind softball. 'yliss Bailey teaches the freshmen cit- izenship cl iss which is helpful in student guieince. They choose their cireers by studying the different vocations ind taking vocational tests. The student can learn about his career from a lirge amount of informa- tion '1y'ail'1ble in the library. The I ibr'1ry is one of the largest in the state rccording to the size of our school. There are about 500 books drawn from the libriry every week. S icy hall is in use it all hours f the day when students go there to read or study. ' The seniors study government under Miss Bailey. The students learn about Th sc if 2 l2 'ZF' I' of s ' 1 1 K' . '. . 1', 12 1 .' 1 S v , A, ' , L, , K, K2 .2 2 , 2 I ' 22 1 v' 1 hw l 1 1 ky v 1 1 . 1.1 .1 ' .1 o 2 .1 1 ' ' 1 2 15. S - . "2, "2' 2,2 1' 1 2.1 12'.'2 1 'z -1 1? f .' ' 1- .1 ' ' Q aj 2 1 .' ' 'h'- 1 ll1 1 or 2 '2 1l ' , t '2 ' ' f. Th als learn 2 1 .' 'ale ' 3 .1 ' ' l'2 " s 2 2 .' ' 1 'nt.'. S Ls L2 K , 1 ' ,kr ' A 'I J 1 ' 12 I 1.1 1 . ' ', ' 1 ' s lx ' ' 2 boys ' th1 y'2 " .' ' rod- ' ' L2 ' ' . ' 2' 2 - 1 ' 1 ' ' A 1 A1 1 ' ' .1 2 - U 2 ' K- 2 ' I' 1 L- 1 ' - 1.v - ' r A2, 2 ' 2 .2 2 -2 -' s 1:11 'Z K-1 Jxr is' 'E G' ,thx ' 2 2 1 1' 2 1 1. ' 1 2 2 ' 1 'Ib' nk' v 1 . 1' .1 .1 ' .1 2 .' 1 2 ' 1 2 ' 1' 1 ' - Q 2 S52 Ks, 2 ' x 2 1' K1 I ' ' ' ' Q 1 " 2 ' 1 L' 1 2 A2 ' J, , 1 .2 2 - A 1 " 1 1 ' .ir H 1 . 2 2 ' S K2 L2 A D ' r. rl ' L' 2 1 1 2 r 1 ' -I' their freshman year. This provides the1m foods. This class IS taught by Mrs. Guyatt. " ' 2 2 ' 31' "'2 - 'h12.' 12' 1s.'1" f 1f'.'. ' . x I L, A, 4 2' ,- , -' 2 ,J 2 2 SSQL2' 3 1 1 - N' ' ' 1 Q blo .' .' ' 2 V2 "1tj f h' rg.: th ' ' 2 .' ' j 2 ' 1 .'pr" f - 21chie1y'e1nre1nt day is held 21 l . .1 - the llI'tlCl0.' tl1e1y h2ry'e1 2 le 2 ' f l 1 . ' 2 2 ' 1 , . Y J 2 rin I r 1 ' ' .2 S ' . ' 2 " .I ' 2' 2 . 2 1 V' .Iis.' 2' , ' A ' in 2 A ,. ' K2 .2 2 K K2 ' A2. 2 ' by , ns 2 2 1 1 2 Z 1 2 L2 2' 2 2 - - ' ' 2 ' ' ' l21r'1 y'e1r'l ' f lla? t' and j ' 12 ling iv .kv kv. K1 Ku v - 'L' 1 2 Z ' . . X. , , Z . v C . , . Z . A 1 . K ' 1 4 2 1 . ' ' 1 2 2 2 2 . . 12 f r 12 1 1 1 -2 e 3 T X 1 1 4 0 1 K I 1 r I l' f A L B A . Z . 2 K 2 I 1 , . ' 1 1 I K I I ' 2 1 ' X 1 1 K .1 Z ' 1 1 2 2 , e't.L I ' ' 2 ' 0 Y 1 ' L 1 A l v 1 y 2 V I I I w In A 1 1 2 K, , Left to right, first row: Sarah Goodwin. and Agnes W'inler. Second row: Han-l Mullens, Joi-n lleeman. Lila Lee Donaxagl. Joan Hillard, Sam Moreland. and Leroy McDaniel. Third row: Donald lmhoff. Mary Ellen Evans. Leeta Riley, Ruth Malkemus. and Donna founrellor. Fourth Row: .loan Kinz, Varolyn Foster. Erma Dillon. and l'al McYay. Fifth row: Harriett S1-oh-s, Virginia Smith. Rosalee Dimos. Rose Snedaker. and llclly l'cfflcy. Le!! to right: Mr. Dalrymple. Sponsor. Donald Rsrdon. .lark Johnson. Roy Allison. Fred Mitrhell, Walter Jupp. Sam Moreland, Vharles Lawhnrn, Louis Mitchell. Aaron Baker. Neal Foster and Lee Mi-Daniel. Left to right. first row: Phyllis Prague. Tom Ollier. Alnes W'inter, Yvonne Rapelje. Vharles Lavrhorn, and Leeta Riley. Second row: Marie Hopper, Leroy Mt-Daniel. Sarah Good- win, lloh Moreland. Julia Hancock. Leon Towne. Marthene lianks. Darl Eckert. Third row: Ruth Malkemus. Sam More- land. .lf-ann:-tie Nicosia. Waller Jupp. Betty Farrington, Jerry Moore. Louie Mitchell. and William Varpenter. Left to right. first row: Lee McDaniel. Donald lmhoff, farl Bennett. and Wayne BQ-craft. Second row: James Swango. Fred Mitchell. Robert Snedaker, James Stone, and Donald llancock. rl, democracy and the many historical events concerning the constitution of our country. In English the freshmen. sophomores and juniors learn also perform dramatical acts in the classrooms. CTH to use good English and to enlarge their vocabularies. They Among the courses offered by the school the students have several to choose from. The Academic course prepares the students for college or 'for advanced training in what he xvishes to do atter graduation. In the commercial course there are regular commercial subjects. The student that follows this curriculum is taught the necessary things about clerical work. There are several junior boys who are interested and have been doing good work in shorthand and typing. 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'I'11:- s1111l1-1 1: 1'15' C11 s1-1111-15'111-111'1-11111's1- 111-st 2l112l111- :11s11 1'211'1'f1' 11111' 111. 1111- S1'1111111.' 1s1 1-11 111 111s 111- -11s. 111- 11125' 1-11 151' 21 i11111111'111111 11111.'11'2l1 '11-1ix1111-s s111'11 '1s ' 11 -1g- 111'1-11111'111111'5' 1-11111's1- 11' 111: 1?1'.Lf'1111. 111111111, 1'1111i1', 111111 1 . 'hich F1 1: ' 111111115 111- is c11111111l1- 111' il1'1'S11'1l11111Q'S1l1I11'S 111.' "-ss. ' .Zaace gan! ' Gfwa IEW! Z The band won first division honors at the District con- Left to right. first row: James Hopper. Marvin Mr- Vay. Pxry Allison, Calvin Towne, William French. Virgil Stone. Verle Foster. William Davis. .lack Doss. Darl Eckert, and Tom Ollier. Second row: Director Walter Byars, Richard Ricks. Larry Rardon, Kial Peffley. Homer Gerholdt. Jerry Moore, Clif- fqrd Gerhig. Lloyd Ostler. Lee McDaniel. Benny Perry. and Jerry Ullier. Third row: George Conner. Sam Moreland. Sylvelter Norvell. Louis Mitchell. Leslie Fox. Richard Shields. W'aller Jann. Kenneth Stead. Roy Allison, and Robert Sned- alsqr. Fourth row: Melvin Greer. Charles Lawhurn, Aaron Baker, and David Deeds. test held at I-latesville on April I3 and were to compete in the state contest May l at Danville. The band gets many invita- tions to play for ditterent occasions throughout the year The band often plays for the American Legion and other patriotic organizations. They exchanged trips with the New Salem band. The Morton band played at New Salem and their band came here April seventh. The B band, made up of students not yet ready for the regular band. played at most of the home basketball games. The band presents con- certs for the entertainment ot' the students and has played at the Home on such occasions as American Legion Day and Homecoming. Soloists participate in contests and other groups have won honors in various contests. The marching band furnishes music for the parades and reviews held by the Cadet Corps and has competed in contests held for that type band. fbance Eancf The Morton Dance Band is made up of those who like to play popu- lar music and want the experience of playing in a dance band. This band also plays on various occasions although most of its playing is done for the dances held by the students of Morton Memorial in the gym. They have played for dances held by schools in the surrounding community. The dance band was invited to appear on the radio station WHAA the voice of Purdue. The tap and ballet dancers dance to the music of the band which plays special numbers and background music for their pro- grams. . 42 'I Q Q -ul -Q T -ur T 1' CHOIR The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Louise Gabbutt, is one of the bost active organizations of the school. Mr. I-lyers has assisted Mrs. Gabbutt by alternating Sunday Chapel services with her. During the school year, the choir made many persollal appearances. They sang twice over the radio at Indianapolis, and 8211111 a Sunday service in one of Greenburg's prominent churches. 4 I A ' Left to right, first row: y F ' ' I lie-aulah Browning. Leeta ' if , l l , Riley. Mary Ellen Evans. f i 'l j T Farolyn Foster. Juan King, .1 5' ' ,. , 1 Mrs. liahbutt. PerryAIlison, Q A I Q. X luuxzvflf Bfililll. Leon Towne. O 5 m ' .lerrp Ullier. Judy Stewart. A ' - X ." Y and Marion Mclntosh. i A L Second row: Julia Ether- T' ' ' ' 1 ' idge. Harriet Scoles, Gladys . ' i 3 Cooley. Mary Dimos, Fran- K, 'f j 11, - ces xii-asia. Rosella Ether- ' - ' . - " ' - - idlze. James Swango. Dayid NJ 5 I. 5, M Sd Hart, Thomas Ullier. Joan Scofield. Donna founcellor. and Joanne Irwin. Third row: Marie Hopper, Rose Hunt. Ruth Malkemus. Jackie Ryon. Aaron Baker. Leroy Mm-Daniels. Roy Alli- son. Jerry Moore. flifford Gerbig. Yvonne Rapelje, Marie Stone. and Betty Hart. Fourth row: Norma Ter- rell. Jeanette Nicosia. Lila Lee Donovan. Neal Foster. Robert Long, Sam Moreland. George Vonnor. Yugi!! Sco- field. Helen Napier. Hui Lee Mt-l.emore. and Leotha Nor- vcll. There was a slight change in the traditional Easter cantata. Stu- dents from Knightstown and the Mays High School joined our choir in Sllljlllltl' a series ot' songs for the sunrise service, directed by Mrs. Mercer ot' the Knightstown high school. Usually. early ill the spring. our choir participates in the annual Spring Festival, Zlllfl the district and state contests. Around that tinle. there is no time for play. It is a lot of work to learn and sing the songs that are required. During the busy part of the year, new members are taken into the choir: new talent is discovered. Those not pictured are: Jim Curtis Kenneth Stead, Lee McDaniel. and Louis Mitchell. The choir has two practices every week and sings for the llome's religious services every Sunday afternoon. Morton takes pride in hearing the choir. alld in hear- ing other people exclaim over the beauty of their singing. so students take your hats oft' to the choir! The choir will .ioin you in giving a long hurrah for Mrs. Gabbutt's fine leadership, Zllld to Mr. Byers ill assisting her. piano Students in junior high alld high school are llllllllllxltll among the piallo students. l'nder the direction ot' Mrs. Gabbutt several of the girls have developed into talented players. Prizes have beell won by girls competing ill solo C0llt0StS. Some of the better students are Lila Lee Donovan. Marie llopper. Jeannette Nicosia. Yvonne Hapelie. .loan Scofield. Betty Peffley, alld Betty Riley. 4 3 DRAMATICS ,- 1 ,- ,- ,- . gg MQ, wx AXIN--' A- Xl! '- . El! ' Ewvf Xxx .J41 ' ,' v1'..".' l - X 1 L' " ' " '1!'vXv'.'.1'. fx 'f" QA "N ' x MLM". 'MILK I' T'. X", V " ' Y t ' twvmrmtr x"'fEX'.' L' M gl .. A 1 ' ,L xx! 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Bet- ty' Daebelliehn, Delores Loy, Hill Sanders. Donna Founrellor, Judy Hanrork. Anna Glaze, Ruth Ile:-ds. Helen Heidenrz-ich, and Betty Far- rington. Third row: Aaron Baker, Mary VVebster. Joanne Irwin, Peggy Sco- field. lie-tty Flor. Frances Nicosia, Pauline Sturker. Georgia Vurtis. Ysonne Rapelje. Walter Jupp. und Jeannette Nicosia. Fourth row : Donald Rardon. Jerry Hllia-r. Roy Allison. Jimmy furlis. Norma Ellen Terrerr, Hob Bunch. Stanley Lewis. James Mitchell. Bob More-land, Leon Towne. and fharles Lauhorn. Xkfyw mm, ew uldfzalawi Left to rixrhl. first row: Max- farolyn Foster. Joan King. Mar- :ln Ffh:-3 gtucllent .Stone ,,,.---- 1 ul N uanlahlq nn lemn llall for recreation the Student Ninn 1 1 IN x the mot pupu ar lhe -mlllng coupu tht to 1 mr NUlN'll9N and all the chltter about t 4 lllcxt romance nr Nportx nent nrt txpn ll drug, store ntmmphsrn w ara thx hugh Nthlblbl gang hangs out lk 1, . 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Iiach division usually spends a day at camp some- time during the school year. llik- ing. games ot' all kinds. and swim- ming are all on the activity list here: plus loafing. which seems to he popu- lar. This year wc have done something dit't'erent at camp. One Saturday the first eight grades enjoyed a wei- ner roast and group games. The fol- lowing Saturday the high school stu- dents enjoyed the same festivities. This is one place where the girls can la-t their hair down. take oft' their shoes. wear oltl clothes and really re- lax ami have ll wonderful time. Boy Saou!! This small hut cooperative group is under the supervision of Mr. Lee Pride, who is also our sixth grade teacher. The scouts this year are few, but still they enjoy various activities such as hiking, camping, tieing knots lwhich is very complicatedll and best and most important, learning to do good for others. We are hoping to have a larger group of boys next vear. n fu, era This is the second year that the Photography Fluh has functioned since it was discontinued in 1942. The organization is sponsored by Mr. Forrest Wiley, who is also the math. and physics teacher. The cluh consists of boys of the 11th and 12th grades. They learn to develop films, print pictures and car- ry on any work that you might find going on in any studio. This year they have developed films for the students here on the campus and have done a good job of it. Only those hoys from the Junior and Sen- ior classes are eligible for this club as space is so limited. We hope for a larger developing room so that the organization may expand. The cottage at the Home Camp serves as heat' guarters forthe chil- dren and as their dining room. 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Slucfenl Rank ' 7Gf.2 ancf Eaffel' Q fbzwamn .848 cheat Lincoln llall, popularly known as the Chapel, has long been the center of religious activities for the students of the llome. livery Sunday the students from grzult s one to twelve have their Sun- day School classes and their regular Vhapel services. Both of these ser- vices are arranged by Mr. Paul Todd. The students in high school are divided according to classes and hold their Sunday School in the new school b1ii'ding. The students in junior high and grade school are also divided according to grades and they ho'd their meetings in the old school p building. These high school classes are taught by people from the sur- rounding communities who are in- terested in the children and the lower grades are supervised by Mrs. Ile- XVeerd who is assisted by the girls ot' the school. Immediately following Sunday School the children go to the Chapel where they are given a sermon by a minister who has been selected from one ot' the nearby communities. The ministers change from time to time so the children may hear different protestant ministers. Children of the Catholic faith attend services in Knightstown. The high school choir plays an important role in the weekly Chapel services by singing special songs and leading the students in the sing- ing ot' hymns. Iiven though the religious services is the principle use for the Chapel it is also used for various meetings and activities of the students. Included in these are special holiday services, convocations, plays, band concerts, honor day, Commencement and Baccalaureate services. The Chapel was recently equipped with new moving picture machines which included two new projectors and a new screen. Usually the students are privileged to attend a popular movie at least once a week. 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RICH 1'1i1'1iS 1421511 1111 1121111 11,602,117 T 1J1'1111si11111 111 1"I4'.11 s Nat' 11 '1111i -1.11-15.8.1 11111111si11-11 111 First N111i111111 1-311111 -1,21IX2,.11' 111'I11,'l11'11 111 1"1111111'11 H1 "111s 1 1 11111111 Ass11-11111111 5,111111,lIlI Sl'1'1l'S "19" 131111s 22.1111111111 1111111 1:1'541111'K'l'S ,f'l1',-11'1l,f1j2 1,1A1-!11,1'1'11'IS S11 -111s' V1 1-11' f 1711 .'i1.' 55,123.22 S111l1'111S. Q1 " IJ-1 ."ts 5,41,1,551 S11 1'1115. Y -11'1 s . ' '11' 111-1-Hsirs IS5,1'1l,531 I111l'1'l'51 1'I11'11-11 .1, 2,58 11111211 1,11 "tics -113,111,512 V, A --Q , . ...L i ,. MEDICAL CARE Ralph Dreyer , . . , . . . - MD Ralph McCoy , I e DDS Mrs. Anna Armstrong ,- - f RN The Knightstown Home children and its employees are proud of their hospital and grateful for its modern equipment and facilities for treatment of the various ailments they are subject to. To give an idea of the use made of the hospital there were 13421 bed patients and 1200 patients treated for colds, bruises, cuts, etc., during the last fiscal period. Major surgery and other serious illnesses are taken to one of the Indianapolis hospitals when advisable and other patients are taken for special treatment, examinations, etc. SOCIAL SERVICE The Social Service Department of the Home is concerned with the welfare of the children being admitted and discharged as well as those in the Home. When application for admission is made a social worker investigates and reports to the Board of Trustees which makes the final decision. The children in the Home are counselled and advised concerning their family problems so that their adjustment at the Home may be easier and quicker. The task of finding a job for every member of the graduating class each year is taken care of by the Social Service Department. They call each senior to the office and ask him what he is planning to do. According to the young man's or xvoman's desires and abilities they find an agreeable situation where he or she may become adjusted to the com- plexities of making his or her own way. They plan vacations for the students who would not otherwise be so privileged and find temporary summer employment for the older stu- dents. ss ,, ome d'IoA1pLtaII ,. Qlnlla fit Ho me The girls' cottages are located on the north side of the lake. They are numbered in this manner: 24's, 20's, 2l's, the nursery, 22's and 221's. Then there are four divisions in the main building: 4, 7, 2. and 5's. The nursery consists of smaller boys and girls under school age while 24's have small girls, ages ranging from 6 to 9. In the other cottages and divisions in the main building the ages differ from 9 to 19. The girls usually get up about 5:45. Then they begin their daily duties wliich has been assigned to them by their governs-ss. One main duty is the kitchen force. It consists of six girls with the help of the as- sistant governess. Then there is a girl who takes care of the dining room. These girls prepare three meals a day. Each duty must be done neatly before they go upstairs to get ready for school. At night, when the girls return from school, they go to the kitchen or another trade, while the ones that don't have trades. listen to the radio, wash, iron, etc. After supper the girls may do what they desire. Some of them do the things they didn't have time to do before supper, and some get ready for town hall. Study hour is a great event though some nights there are no lessons to be studied. Study hour lasts from 7:30 to 8:30. After study hour is over the girls rush up stairs to do up their hair and other essentials before going to bed. At 9:15 they usually "turn in" with "lights out" at 9 530. Most Saturdays are spent cleaning out personal things and putting things into order. On Sundays, some of the girls go up to Knightstown to church. The ones that stay home work on their lessons, list-en to the radio and rest. Once in a while some one will pop corn for the girls. 1 bil Oiloufa' Home .fits August 29 saw the children coming back to the Home and go- ing to the office to find out what division they were going to be in for the coming year. The children are put in divisions according to age or grade and are under the supervision of a governess or governor, or both. Each boy has his own division work to do before he goes to school. Each division is sponsored by a post or unit of the American Legion or the American Legion Auxiliary. Throughout the year these posts or units send their divisions treats such as fruit, candy, money and magazines. During the year each division usually has at least one party To these parties they can invite their favorite girls to help them eat ice cream, cake and drink pop and dance. Division life at night is pretty rugged just like home. The radio is going and everyone is trying to talk at once. Then comes study hour. The radio is shut off and everyone grabs a book and starts studying, or at least tries to. They usually find something to do though besides studying. Then the next day when a test slaps you in the face you say,"Why didn't I study last night instead of messin' around." At 9:30 the lights are out and everyone retires for the night. Did I say night 'K "Hey, you down at the other end, shut up will you? I want to get to sleep sometime tonight." Again you try to get to sleep. But all too soon on goes the lights and the governor is tear- ing your bed apart trying to get you up. Then everyone remem- bers drill and Datenight and up they pop. "Oh, why do they have to have drill 'K Gosh, I'm sleepy." Then you find yourself out on the drill field half asleep, but when you take that hike and do the exercises you are wide awake and feeling pretty good. Then comes breakfast and you are happy until after breakfast, then you do your work and start off for trade or band. Flap and Clfkattst Dancing classes began again for the first time in about five years in September of 1947. The students have Tap. Ballet, Acro- batic and soon will begin on Toe Dancing. Mrs. Kathryn Havens. dancing teacher, hails from Richmond, Indiana. She is assisted by Miss Marie O'Dowd, Physical Education teacher. Every Mon- day Mrs. Havens and Miss O'Dowd have dancing classes together. Then, in various evenings of the week, Miss O'Dowd has rehearsals and much too often, the time passes quickly, so quickly that the dancers barely go through a number and it's time to go. For the first dance trip this year, the Tea for Two, as well as the Military tap number, was included in the program for the Indianapolis Ipalco Club. Then too, there will probably be more trips before long. At present they are gettin gready for the Spring Dance Review, which will be held in the latter part of May in the Spring Valley, if weather permits. About 67 girls take the var- ious kinds of dancing and of these 67 about 15 are in high school. Many of these girls are in Tap and Ballet. They enjoy their dancing so much that they practice faithfully and practice makes perfect, so there should be some perfect dancers. The girls were hoping that they could again have older boys in their dancing classes. but after practically drafting them, they couldn't get anyone interested. Here's hoping the boys wake up soon and that the girls get some response from them before too long so that they can again have some teams. Good luck to the future dancers of Morton. Left to right, first row: Pearl Jackson. Erma Ditton. ond Lila Lee Donovan. Second row: Carolyn Foster, Mary Ellen Evans, .loan Scofield, Marion Mrlntosh and Leeta Riley. Third row: Jeannette Nicosia, Betty Peffley. Betty Floe. Eva Lee McLemore and Frances Nicosia. Fourth row: Rose-lla Etheridge, Helen Napier, Sonya Ollier, Marie Hopper. Alire Strother. Judy Stewart and Ruth Malkemua. Left to right. first row: Phyllis Stone. Sylvester Non-ell. Second Row: Alice Jackson, Mary Stone. Lenlha Norvell. Third Row: James Stone. Marie Stone. Mrs, Havens. tinstruetorl. lim-tty Hart. Virgil Stone. 61 1 47' 1-...W h-I-J....,..-.-.... Tra1211'11g The Home has a trade program where students of thirteen years and older may work and learn. The students of Morton have a decided advantage over the students of other schools in that they can work at one of various trades. They learn the trade through their apprenticeship and their on- the-job e:-zperience. p . . If a student is interested in printing, for instance, he works there for several years, learns to run the linotype, and after gradu- ation may go directly to work on a linotype without further apprenticeship. It saves several years of working as an apprentice after graduation which is a decided advant- age. The Bakery is another of the important trades of the Home. The trade teaches the student bakers to make and wrap bread, mix the dough, make rolls, cream puffs, pies, cakes, cookies and many other delicious pas-- tries. It teaches them to bake on a large scale. They learn the proper amounts of flour, yeast and other ingredients for bak- ing. The head of the bake shop is Mr. Lay- mon Lowder, an ex-pupil of the Ilome, who received his training in baking here at the Home. Baa Below the old school building is located the Barber Shop. It has recently been improved. The apprentice barbers are: Robert Bunch, James Mitchell, James Swan- go, James Strother, James Huff, and Fred Mitchell. These boys are taught the differ- ent strokes in shaving, how to cut hair. and the different scalp treatments. By work- ing in the barbar shop the student can ac- quire a license providing he has 1.000 hours. They also must pass a test given at Indian- apolis by the Indiana State Barber Board. Of course all the boys in the barber shop do not get 1,000 hours of barbering, but they may subtract the number of hours they have put in here. from the required time and attend a regular Barber College if they wish to get a license. The Dairy Barn is very important in run- ning the Home as well as a good vocational trade. The large dairy herd supplies the Institution with fresh milk and most of the fresh meat used daily. Just recently a new Pasteurizer and bottling machine was in- stalled in the Pasteurizing room. The boys having this trade learn to control the pasteurizer and bottler and also to oper- ate them. They learn at what temperature to heat the milk and how long to hold it so harmful germs and bacteria are destroyed before bottling it. They are taught how to run milkers, how to drive tractors. and other information pertaining to a farm. li ,., L, FJ! sl I' l w X. 'il 'Sage ,K .f I ' ' T744 Left to rizht. Ruth Mnlkemus. .loan Kina. Esther Mullen, Mary Ella Searcy. Mis-4 Jessie Munden, Supervisor, Gladys W'heeler. and Margaret Connor. TRADES Beauiq eullufze The girls in Beauty Culture learn how to keep themselves beautiful at all times. They learn the proper care for their hair, how to put it up and how to wash it. The Beauty Shop of the Home is in the room adjacent to the Dancing Room in the old school build- ing. There are in this room the machines necessary in giving a permanent also dryers and other equipment. J! In Housekeeping the girls do just what the name implies-they learn to keep house. Different periods of the day are set aside for them to work in the W. R. C. Hall. in the Hospital. in the Service Building and in the Main Building. Slaamaom The fruits and dry foods, such as cereal. sugar and all canned foods are kept in the Storeroom. The boys working at the Store- room fill out the orders from Kitchen I and Kitchen Il and the kitchens across the lake in the girls' cottages. They also learn the proper cuts in meat cutting such as chops, steaks. roasts, etc. Since Repah Ot' course the shoes are bound to wear out so there is a Shoe Shop in which to repair them. The shoe cobblers re-sole. put new heels on shoes. and grind and buff soles. They stitch the torn places in the leather, also. They learn as much working in the shoe shop as they would in a commercial shoe shop. They also learn to fit shoes. VVe have a large quantity of new shoes to replace the old condemned ones. Rugs are also mended there. 0 A hard working trade is the carpenter shop. The refreshment stands for Legion Day. on the Chapel Lawn are erected by the apprentice carpenters of the Home. The car- penters do some of the minor repair work around the Home. such as repairing the furniture in the divisions. They prepare Spring Valley for the different programs throughout the year. such as Legion Day, Homecoming, and Easter. WWW The boys in the Pipe Shop receive helpful instruction on electricity, radio and plumb- ing. The damaged radios are sent to the shop for new tubes, wiring or other repairs. Leaks in the plumbing system of the Home are fixed by the student plumbers. They do all the electrical repair work of the Home. I T I I Y I I I I I I Uileautl LLQ .fake naham Thzs beautzful sane uzll long nmazn among the pleasant memorzes our studmts htm thi home and zts beaurz ul campus 1 Ei .' Q Vx " , . 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The LQHIOHHRITQS gaxe us some monex to spend too VS 1snt that sxx ell of them September 20 Homecommg W hen '1ll xou1 old fllLIN1N come b1ek and haxe a b1g t1me October 15 Clasa electlons Th1s IN the t1me xxhen NOINK of the stu October 22 Our annu1l h1xr1de It xxas 1 t11p ilflllllfl lxmghtstoxx ll and XHTIOUQ other towns 1n th1s x1c1n1tx The klds xxere shout1111, IH 1ll 1rect1ons Hey you dont f1ll off that xx neon I' en f dld tl around hay xx as fiylng your xx ay Here 1nd there xou xxo11ld h1 I1 somebody pohtely Qav Would you be k1nd enough to gmt out of mx xt 1t ' October 23 24 25 Teachers State Conx ent1o11 Hue xxe eo lett 1, our mmda Ql1p up on ua agam The teachers h 1d to go 1111111111 th111 l'I11I1t1's but xxhat about the Studento Whlle they xxere gone xxe h 1d om s to1n doxxn agam trylng to get out of school some mo1e October 30 Halloxxeen To remember th1s d1x 1ll xxe h1xe to do IS get out that old false face or llpstlck 1nd burnt eork 1nd st 11t Il modellng, our face Noxember 10 Senlor DlCtLlI'ES Does mx h 111 look 1ll 111,ht Hold st1ll or dld I break the camera' Th1s IS the d 1x xx he Il the 81111018 got all shmed up and took the long, tr1p to Henlex 5 studxo nt h111ghtstoxx11 to haxe thelr faces framed Nox ember 27 Thanksgnmg On th1s day xse gobbled the turkex up and crammed down the berry sauce O V V VV V . 1 V V V. 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Chnustmaa, clflew semi: SD lf De cember 5 6 The Debate Llub Trip-The Debate Club made a trip to Purdue Lnix ersity to attend the Txxenty first Annual Debators Con ference and the Plftll Annual Student Leglslature Georgia Lee Curtls Leon Tovx ne Peggy Scofield Joan Scofield Darl Eckert and Yxonne R 1pel.1e xx ere among the group that vxent Georgia Lee Curtis the Repre se ntatlxe and Leon Tovx ne the Senator attended the Student Leglslature The rest of the group attended the Debator s Conference December 24 Christmas Play Why The Chlmes Rang December 25 Christmas D ay This IS a big day for all We gather around the tree and peek at the gifts and start counting the one s that belong to us Then a thunder of heels and the ringing of bells and in pops Snnta Cliuse You holler out There s mme in the mlddle That even ing IS the dance so xxe climb into our nexx duds and truddle off for the nexx gym January 1 Nevx X ear s Dax We slept in the day time fusuallv IH the cl rss roomy and d mced the night axx ay At 12 00 midnight vxe rang in the nexx xe xr and threxx the old one axx ax Also on this dax another blg ex ent happened to the boxs of Dixision 27 They vxent to Anderson and enjoyed a good supper and afterxx ards attended a basketball game betvx een the An derson Packers and the Ind1anapol1s Kautskys . 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N I 4 I 11 Ll 1 1111111 411 11111111111 ' 1 1 4 1111 11111111 tl 11 1111 1111 111211112 lxlx 1 1 1 1 111 1115 1 4 11111 1141111 1 4 1111 111 1 1 J 1 1, 41 1 Nl 1 Q N 11114 114 1114 111111111111 I 1111 11441 1 1 f1 1 1111 I 11 11 11 J I J 9 4 1x1 1 1 N 1111711 1 ll 11 ' 47 11 L111 h K 111 1 1 1 1 11411111 11 111.1 11lN1111 1 11 11 141 1 4 4 1X 1 N1 11 1 11 1 N11 401111 411 1 1 11 L1 f H N 11111121111 DIRECTORY butt LOUISQ NI1 te xchel 8 4 Gxrrlot Almedl NI s 18 Gerblg Chfford treshmm 3 2 31 34 42 43 Gerholdt Homer freshm U1 7 31 37 34 Gerholdt Thom 1s treshm m 27 Glaze Anna semor 16 20 2? 23 44 46 Glaze Betty elghth grxde 8 Goodyym Sxrth sophomore 26 39 11 Gordon Nlrs stenographel 13 Gray Fred seyenth grade 28 44 Greenlee Nlargxret elghth grade 28 Greer Nlelxm sexenth gl xde 78 1 Guyatt Lucllle NI s te lLl1L1 11 19 .38 Hancock Donald sophomore 26 39 44 Hancock Judy senlor 11 22 23 '39 41 48 Hardman Barbara sexenth grade 28 Hardman Bettv sexenth grade 28 Harrlngton Ch zrlotte elghth grxde 28 Hart Barbara sexenth grlde Hart Betty Junior 29 43 61 Hart Daxxd freshman 21 31 34 4'3 Hart 'Nllss Soc1alVNorke1 44 Hayen Kathryn Nlrs te xcher Hazelwood wllllam 63 Heldenrelch Helen Jumor 25 Hemsa Nlary sexenth grade 28 Herkless John Nlrs teacher 10 Hlcks Loklle 'NIrs 19 Hlllard Carolyn elghth grlde 28 Hlllard Joan Qophomore 26 33 Hopper James elghth grade 28 Hopper Nlarle sophomore 26 39 4 44 61 Huff James freshman 27 63 Huff John sexenth grlde 28 Hull bhlrley sexenth grade 28 Hunt Rose Junlor 29 4 41 49 Hunter Fred sexenth gride 28 Imhoff B111 elghth grade 28 Imhotf Don sophomore 26 39 sm 4 9 un lhllllp elghth gr ide llekson -Xllee elghthgrade 98 61 Jzekson 1 h NI s mhez o lt I3 n J xekson Ie 1rl lreshm in 4 21 F1 e Jumox 23 es ss e e er up W llter emor 1 9 4 46 48 49 Johnson Kobel hobby sexenth grade 28 K lg Blrhux sexenth grlde 8 1g Chulotte sexenth gr ide lx lg Join sophomore 6 .J 43 44 7 Knotts Jessle freshman 71 sxhorn Chules s phomole 26 31 4 48 49 Lemmon Arthur Nlr member of the Bo nd 6 ms Stmley semor 16 18 19 P0 22 23 0 34 5 long Nllkf sexenth grlde 28 ng Robert shmin 21 4 Long Shnley sexenth glade 28 Iouder Lxymon Nlr Baker 63 Loy Delorls Jumor 25 49 Ioy lohn elghth grxde 28 Nlxlkemus Ruth sophomore 23 26 39 4' 61 64 Nlzlloy W1lm1 elghth grade 28 Nlmrshall 'lom treshmm 27 Nleflellxn Hury elghth gride 28 NIeC oy Ralph Dr Dentlst 58 NleCre1dy Rlchxrd Nlr mllltxry Instructor 13 52 3 Nlefullough Kathleen Wllss te zehex 9 32 44 Irv' , .Iozume-, senior, 17, 21, 22, 233, -133, 44, 46 7, 4 . Irs" , 3 ' ' , Vf f'z 1, 28. Gab , 1, . 32 , 33. 44- 2 , 2, 1 rs., . 'r, ' , 1: 2 , 22 , 7, I , f , 235, 5 4 . . . 'L -f f. XL . . , . fp - -- - 0 ' , . ' ' .' 3 3 v '- 1 ' - -' v "-" "1" 2 ,luelt ,. I'.'., me' " I tl ' 'oz 'el, 6 ' 1 x , as, 1 , . 12. ' 1 - , ,f "' , ,., ! lv 'l v v t v A-'V .Yv v v Lily 21's ' 312 , L' 2 ' 2 ' ' , I 49- .- ,Ja-k, ' ' :ao,:s2,:a4, 239, 47. 1 ' 1 ' - , .y ' ' ' f 5 3 - Jon Hazel, Mlm, tea-h1', 10, 28. f' . . 1 ' ' ' v - r- , , , , 1 f 1 1- 3- v ' - Jul , 'z ms- , 1,18, 19, JJ, 22, 2.3, .30 3 A -, -' ' -- 334, 335, i39, 42, '4, , , , 68. y v -H v r l xv y ' , . ' fa , f f 1 1, - . ' ' f'z ni..-2. 1 , , .1-f.. 2- . A .-14, Y , 46. . S 3 '3 Y M - uf, 2 z'z,.'1'2 fz 1,2. Kirf, ' z' f, f'z 1.28. 'lIf, 2,3 22,232 I, e,4,49 64. Hancock, Bm-bam, eighth grade, 28. Knotts, Donald, seventh grade, 28, 231. Y 1 v 1. ' 1 4 5 F. . , . ,' ,Q ' ' ., A. ', A 1 ,... ' V' n P' 9 Y! 7 Y "3 ' ! ' U 9 749' , . .y L. . , . 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'1 .' 1 '1 f ' , , 1 . 1 ' z 1, 11' j, .' 1, ' , 330, 2', 234, 535, 3 1, . ., 1 '., ' , , . 539, 433, 4, 653. 1lcG , 12, 1 rs., 12' 1', 9. J . 1 ' , ' , 7, 5, 6 . , 1 J , 1 ' 1, 1.1 2 , , . , , 1' 1 JY U, 2, . .,47,61. 1 '.'1 111' 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 ,Q '1 fz 1, , . 1 1 , A 1 'gtg 'Q , Q 1' , f, , , . 2 K 1 1 -' 1 1 1 - 1 3 , 4-'M - . 39, , v ' , y X- 1 1 v f 1 1 . 1 '1,.z 1.',.1 , , , ,f,49,63. , 11'f 11 111 1 ' 1 1, 1 1, , .,.,f39,1,4I3. , 11 , ' 1 - 1 '. 1 .1 1 V2 1 , .. . , '-' '1 ' ' ' - - A 1' 1 -uv, L, Y V ' , 1 v ' 1' 44. ' .', .-1 3 1' 1 , . - 1 -. ' 3 ' 3 ' 1 11 , ,. 1, ,.,f.,1, , ,-1 -1 r r 1 1 " A 32 v 1 . 1 nl ' 1 F1 'Y' 1 ' '1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1- . S 1 . , 1 , . , ., , . , . , . , - .o, I , 4', 3, 1. . 1 A1 l 1 -' , , 1 , , . 1 1 .. 1.'.' 1, 1 .'1', 1: 1 1 , , , . K 9 lqy - Q K 'Y 9 Q U Y Y Y 7 3 7 ,-, . L nw, , 1 7 r y . ' V' ' . 1 L' I 1Nap1er, Helen, freshman, 24, 27, 423, 47, 61. ' . ' 'V . . ' ' 1' ' ' '. ' ' .' , ' ,- ,--1 , 0. K v V Y r, v , 1 1 v 1 v s v 1 1 , A . , c , ... . ,. , , . ' 1 2 . . , , ,... -. N . -T Y 433, 44, , 4 , 8, ,61. K " ' . 1 W ' " 1 .'2,1'2 ,.,..,.., ., ' " 'fr V' "' ' ' 44.- 1,1 , . , . ' " ' ' ' 1' ' . 11 2. S 1 .-". K ' 1' . "' ' ' ' ' ' l v T ,- 1' '1,11e 1, 1.1 z,L,1I,1.,61. ' ' 1' -' , ' ' v 1 v ' v v 1 4 l sq K l I V r r 1 A 3 , n 1 , r 7' 4 1, , , . v ' ' 1. 1 Q Y A "U Y 6, 12. L I V a A .vi A H11 Q 0 7 V ' ' ' P' . 1 s, 1 , .1 , ,. , , 1 , . ' ' I ' x '-- 1 1, ' S. -Wu v 1' 1 v . , A 1 , 1 1.1, 1 , , , 1 , . . ' v v ' "' F , . Ull , 1 , , se , , , ., , I, 34, 230, K IQ 1 1 1 1 42, 433, 1, 49. , 1 , ' 't v P 51 y vq r y Q , , r , - 1 v . 1 1 . 1 1 . , ' OH ' 'I v 1, 1,1 Y 32, 34, 35' 39, 1 Z- ., 1 .. g . -, 1 1 .. 4 Q 1 , v 1 1 Y s . A . A 1 ' I ' r I ' s U - 1 4 1., . '1'z, ,Q '1 12 1, . 1 , 11N - J Y .V , 7 Y 1' ' X, Y . K u T y L y I y a K 1 v v 1 v v ' 1 ' 1 v 1 1 . . 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W1 111. 111l1'1'11'1. s111' '11111 g1'1111 1. 214 '1'111'1 11', 1'I1iz111111111, Miss. 5111" 112lI'f', 111, 12, -1-1. W 1. 11111, 51-1111111 1I'1l111'. 28, 'I'111111, 1121111 Ii., 3112. R111'1'11z11i 111211 IJi1'111'1111'. T, 153, W 1, 11111 , .111111111 ':11l11, 214. 4-1, 52. 531, 513. T11111, P11111 E., Mrs., 121. 52. 513. 'I'11x' 1, '1111'i11, .'111'1111111 jIl'211111, 2S, 112. 'I' ' 1, L111111, 1 ', 17, 18, 151, 21, 22, 221. I1-1, 215, 2111, -131, -1-1, 111, -17, 111, 1311. Y 11 f, I 1111, S111 '11111 g1':11l11. 28 T' 1' '- 11 "Tv '111111 1I'2U111- 33- XR f. Y1'1'11Zl, 11ig11 1r1':11111. 214. V211 D115 11 . 1111I'.'1'1111, .11'., 11z1c1111r. 11. 18. VI' 1. .1'.'.', I 1 f 211111 131. Z11 1'. 1,111.1 .'11X'1'l111 p'1':11111. 2S. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ENGRAVINGS Indlanapohs Engravmg Co Indxanapohs Indlana PHOTOGRAPHY Henley Studxo Kmghtstown Indlana PRINTING Prmtmg Department Kmghtstown Ind1ana INIDIAXNX SULIJIICRS' AND SXILORS' l'lIIl,llRI'lN'S HOME


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