Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)

 - Class of 1949

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.p- -pu' 7 J Y' Y' l l 4 1 'T 'H I The Retrospect presented by Seniors of '49 Mann Entrance f Lf? I ,ff , SX V v 1 Y ef , K X 1 . , X X X ' XX XXX X x .t X-, V K Mfr T1 X M 'af ,W ffgfff ind 3.331 T Cpnoqnam gon Ffh Gila Show Dedication . . . Administration . Seniors Underclassnien Athletics Activities Work and Recreation 4 5 :f4r9l'4 J' H UMW? W HZ? W VW 0 O 0 ' U R ' Jkvlfxx Kfx o 'v C3 . . e ' ' 9 . O O Dedication ,tc ltccetlctfelccmw Y if A 5 , I Nlrs I uulle I uw itt XY' SV We thc QCIIIOI Claw ot 1949 txke great Dl9'INLllC Guv ltt lm hu mmy xc us of sexxlce to OLII School She has LIXQYI thus serxlcc luthfully and unseltnhlx md we lccl lt only httmg, th lt she xccept thu token ot om xpprecldtlon and gratltucle 4 4 l gf l ll l 5, l lk V T9 l l V353 I M 1 U 1 l V ? , l S ll . , -- 1 A in e -YV cc cc - ,c e - qw, v , f x I ' I 1 -qt' ' , 2 ' X 7' . U c Q' . . in dedicating this. our Retrospect, to Mrs. Lucille U c Q L' ri Y c A .ix .D vt. -2 4 R I . .' 2 '1 'rr ' ' ' ' 'f" 2 4' Z . 'E .r . r . 2 T Under the Big Top the Ringrnasters I Crack their Whips, and so in 1 Suhtler Fashion do our Administration and Teachers Jeff 1 T'zkI'i57"f i ' Ji 'fi...LlKt.',.' l fi Q X 'ff sf XE, i gi " "' se XX ,7 x xi ' 7 X x X Ig JJ QM? Xt 1 Jil, Cfloandl at C-fnuateab , . . k..Y'-., Wir Donald H Smllh Wlr Russell R Rhodes Y rewldeni Y Ice I rc :dent Illdldndplllh I ern KW kenaf 39 AN! Wire Fdlth Jackeon WIN Iucllle Sherwood Secretarx Tre lsurer Indianapolis Indzanapoll I I I ' 5' ' A 0 Lani Q K' ' " ' 'S' 'f 1 ' . l , , Q ' 'f H+ f in fi' ", I 4 I .' . ' if . 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' M o1'ton's H eaclliners Are H er Energetic SEN I GRS enlona ua' E JIM CURTIS MMI' RLIAL' Baseball 1 Z Il '-ketball 1 Z l 4 l' mk K 1 Football 1 M nton lwho l Retroapett 4 Commercial Club 3 4 Rfe Club 4 Cadet Captain Adjueant 4 Lholr l 4 Club I Claw Ofiicer I HELEN HEIDENREILH HOMI' PLONOMICS Morton Iwhu 4 1 Retrospect 1 A culacy Club 7 K ladtt Sponxox 1 tub 1-autv u ule utn runml R e 'VIARY DIMOS COMMFRCIAI Choir 4 4 Commercial Club 4 Retrospect 4 Sunday Smhool Teacher 7 tndet Sponser 4 Smhool Office 3 4 4 H Club l I 4 Student Council l lieiut tultulv. TOM OLLIER ACADEMIC Rifle Club 4 Spanlah Club 2 i 4 Retrospect 4 Cadet Ollucr 4 Boy Stouts Nketball I 2 I 4 Baseball I 2 Track 2 ootball 4 Morton Ptho 1 H C ui Student Council l 2 Cla-s Officer Z 3 Choir l nt me Uithestia Z Marching Il nd l 2 4 4 C' JACKIE RYON COMMERCIAI Retrospect 4 Cadet Sponsor 4 Honor S uety 3 4 Common 1 il C luls School OtTiLe I 4 Alcuracy Club 2 I Student Council 4 lieauty Lultun I 1 4 mr ano S 4 Orxzon LOUIE MITCHELL 'ADEMIC Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Cadet Ufiicer 4, Hoy Scouts l. ll:sk4-tlmll l, :ist-ui . rack 3 4, - lui , , ass ver , T oir I, V, ru , Z., 2, r, 1 -2 1 L, I', ., Orchestra 2. A QBETTY HART HOME ECONOMICS Morton Echo 4, Retrospect 4, Choir Sl. -1, Spanish Cl ll Z., -wur: ' u L, Tap Dancing: 3, 4. ROY ALLISON COMMERCIAL Retrospect 4 Cadet Officer 3, 4, Commorvful Club Il, 4, zskotlmll 1, L., 2', ., Baseball I, 2. Football 4, T ack 2, 3, , or on Il- o 1, T oir , Z., Z, , - ' 1. hd I 2, 2, , ance C GRUB l, , ., , i C I ', I, , f uit-nt ' uni-' ,i Ji arching: Rand I, Z. 3, . BETTY FARRINC TON ACADFMIC -Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club il, 4, Retrospect Cadet Sponsor 4, Honor Societry 4. Girl Scouts l. 2. Student Store orton Echo 3, -1, 4-H Club I, 2. 3, , Choir , L, lass Officer Student Council 3, 4, DONAVIE WALT COMMERCIAL- Rifle 2, Retrospect 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Hank 2, 3, 4, Morton Echo 3, Debate Club 3. 4, Financial Office 2 4, Accuracy Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class Officer 4. PEGGY SCOFIELIJ COMMERCIAL Rifle l, 2. Ret:-u. 4, Hmmm' Society Il. 4, Ulilllllli-'l'l'lill Club Sl, 4. Slunls-ul SUIN' Il. 4. Morton Kuhn Zi, Debate Club Il, 4, Svhnml Otlivc 4, 4-H Club l, 2, Il, 4, Sturlt-nt Hank Zi. Am'1'urun'y Club 12. Student Council 4, Cluss Ullirvr 2, fl, 4, Cbuir l. 2, 24, 4, l'i:inu l. Urvhestmx l, 2. CZ. 1, llenuty Culturv I, AARON BAKER COMMICRCIAL- Trark 2. 34, 4, Basclmll l. 2, Bziskmlmll l, 2. Il, 4, lizxnd l, Z. Il. 4. Chfvil' l, 2. 54, -l, Ibzlm-e lizuul l, 2, Il, 4, Ort-hostvr l. 2. Student Count-il -l. JACK JOHNSON COMMERCIAL 4-H Club l, 2, Rc-tmspurt 4, Caulct Ollivcr l, 2, Il, 4, Cuninierciul Club il, l, liuskeftbzill l. 2 Il 4, llusebull l, 2, lfmmtlmll -1, 'l'r:u-k 2, Ars-umvy Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 1, 2. Suns of Amerivun Legiun l 2. MAXINE STUCKER COMMERCIAI. 4-H Club l. 2, Sl, 4. Hunan' Society -l, Girl Ss-nuts 1. ZZ. Caulct Sponsor- -1 Student Sturv l, 2. Il, Cumnrerrizil Club 34. 4. Hrlm Ci, 4, lletimsllel-t 4, Stunlvnt Cuum-Ql ti, Un-ht-slru l, 2. Il. l. lh-uuly Cullurv l. l-'inzxm'iul Otlivc- 25. 4. BEAULAH HROWNING HDMI-I HC. Cbuir I. 11. fl, 4, lmrivv llnuml l. 2, 4-H Club 1, Z, il, 4, Siullvnt Cuunrll l, livzubv Culture 2, Czulet Swuisvi' 4. Avvlllztcy Club 2, Rvtru. 4, Piano l. NEAL FOSTER COMMICRCIAI, Rillc Club 2, Il, Roh-Lapcrt' 4, Czulol 0Hic0l' l, 2, Il, 4. CumrnL:'n'i:il Club Il, 4, Huy Sl-mils l. Choir 2, Il, l, Buskctlmll l, 2, 'l'rzu'k 2, Il, Murtun liuhu 24. 4, 4-H Club l. 2. Ava'ul':u'y Club 2, Il, Clam Ullivcrr l, l. lfuutlmll -l, liusoball I, 2. Yell Imzxtlcx' Il. l'i:xnlv l. WILLIAM CARPENTER ACADEMIC Hunur Sm-m-ly Il, -l. liuskvlball l. 2, Il. 4. lhiselmll 1, 2. Football -l. 'l'rac'k 2, Zi. 1, Student Council l, 4. Class OHM-vr 1, 2. Spanish Club 2, 3, Rifle Club 3. Zi. Relrnspcvt l. Calle! Captain 12, 15, l-H Club 1. 2, llunml l. Sona nf Amerivzm L:-prion 2. Ci. lloy St-uuth l. ROSE MARAE HUNT CUMMICRCIAL Chuir l, 2, fl, 4, Caulvt Spunful' 4. Culnlnvrviaxl Club Il, 4. Rvtruspcvt 4, l-ll Club l. llnnnx' linml 24. 4, lim-uuly Culture l. 2. l'iuuu l. l.ibr:n-5' Club Ii. BETTY CLOE HOME ECONOMICS 4-H Club 1, 2, Il, 4. Rifle Club 2. Stunle-nl Stun- l, 2. IS, 4, Sunday S-'lmul Tvuvhm' l, 2, 4. Czulut -l. livhu fl. -l, ltetivuspcvt l, Tull lizuu-ing II, l, lim-:nity Culture 1, ZZ, anlona ,y- 4? ,-an 493' N . N . 1 I ,flncq w,xtniaQ CQQAA N UN unix 1 N N l Ill LIN ll NN 1 in LUIININ N ot U t nu tuck nt 11 ho ilthough ot 11511 114 1 not Ulfllllittt + 11- Q 11141 1equ11Qn1entN ului S 11a t thKNl will wntiiiue t Lhflllillll UNL xx hug while thc 0thG1N will timl mniplm nu nt Nuit ihli to then N N mc ti imins, T 1 ment 1 othfi Ntuui Q xe ti ide which 1 1 h 11 u 111 1 IPUIHX NORNPII X If RDI X X01 N1 -N.. --N NI XI I This j't'ill'. as zilm st -"' j jezir. - uui' :cliuul has 'ts I i .'ti"zl C'lz1.'.'. 'l'i1- class this yu ' ' ' nly I N - N ' z ' I' I sta lzirds 11:1 'v ' 1 ld thi l't'jIlli2l.l' I 'gh s -I I 'K 1 .' fm' gm ation. fm fo' -3' " ' ' 1 heir N- gwr' 1-1, ' - Y, , , , '. . X y' A S . 2 L . ' A .' 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JR ,l,I, 1 ' CQQAA Jdtatonu e are all rnxrouslx xxartrng for Com mencement to come around but lets look back at our past hrgh school days and remrmsce oxer thtsc hlghlrghts for rw hrlc Frrst 1n hrgh school wrs our exentful freshman year when we xx ere Just startmg on our xxay to berng semors It xx as a lug thrlll to become freshmen and to knoxx that vou were alloxx ed to partlcrpate rn the hrgh school actrxrtres We started thrs year out rrght by becomlng xctrxc IH such erctr 1 currlcular actrxrtres as sports band chorr 4 H clubs etc Our freshman year was also the first trme for date nrght for most of us That xxas a brg prrxrlege then and strll rs Our freshman year first and last was the xe rr for rnrtratrons VX e h rd to do all sorts of crazy thrngs before the other hrgh school students We rexlly got It but rt w as a lot of fun Our faxorrte class as freshmen rn hrgh school w rs lJl0l0f.,j Mr Dalrymplc was our teacher rnd xxe studred ex ery thlng from brology to goxernment CRemember the Preamble 'J We had some good tlmes ln that class As we thrnk of our hrgh school classes we wrll remember those days ln blol ogy class as some of the best Next rn our ex entful xcars xx ts the Sopho more year xx hrch was perhaps one of the most routrne yerrs rn all the four years of hlgh school We hrd to studx h ud because rn thrs xear wc had to p1ck our course and get started on lt The most outstandrng exent of that vear was the xalentlne partx The emplox ees put on a shoxx for us Thex had r band and a craay basketball game We saw the mox re Blue Skres too It xxrll be remem bered as one of the best partres ex er As for the basketball members rn our class re member those two glmes we xxon rn our sophomore year? As we come to our Junror year we find many memorres here too The County and Sectronal tourneys mean more to us thrs year because we are older and able to ap precrate them Saturday afternoon of the sectlonals we stayed 1n Rushxrlle untrl the ex enrng game That afternoon we took rn about ex erythrng shoxxs food the drug stores and shopprng Decoratlng for the Prom lb the most excltlng ex ent of all It takes a lot of tlme and lots of xx ork to get rt done but we had prles of fun Hard work and fun nothrng better Then prom nrght rtself The prom started late and lasted long It xxas the nlcest prom of anx All the bovs and glrle looked sO handsome and pretty The gym xxas decorated to represent an occur wrth shrps on rt Just th1nk of that nrghtl The grand march danclng meetlng new frrends and of course the goodnrghts too There wrll be another one thrs year but It xx on t be as nrce as our prom We guess exerx class says thrs though Now guys and gals we are here we haxe We all feel good because we thrnk of all the xears xxe worked to be Senrors and now we frnallx are You feel a llttle proud too berng one of thrs class The Senlor year IS the most ex entful of all years rn school Gettrng our class rrngs really made us senrors CWe dldn t thlnk they would ex er get here I Thex are the mark of drstrnctron of all semors The 40 et 8 club took us Chrrstmas shopprng at Indranapolrs Thex treated us to a lus crous steak drnner and showed us a grand trme Then too there were our trrps to Indranapolrs and New Castle to get our sen lor clothes Thrs xxas reallx a hard Job trx 1ng to get rust the rrght thrngs Work on our senror play The Nrght of January 16th started Aprrl 5 We hardly had tlme for anx thlng else trylng to learn our part rn thls plax It xxont be long and well be leaxrng We strll haxe the senlor banquet the senlor plax and the Prom Then wrll come Baccalaur erte The Son of If-rrexxell sung by the chorr wrll add another' pleasant memory The followlng Saturdax wlll be THE DAY l CIA! . . 2 ' K. 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" ja " ' " U2 'iz A , ' 1 lz r- L v C V 1 2 2 ' 12 -It , I- . 1 . ,J 2 3 I 3 . . at 1 let- 'z ' ' .' , , , ' NAME PEGGY SCOFIELD Nllckname Scotch LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 1 Peg Scoheld belng iquestlonablyj sane of mlnd and Cundoubtedlyj sound of body do make these requests After I start sleeplng on palk benches I xx ant mv better half Joan to have all my ab111t1es faheml of course acqulrmg round shoul ders To BQSSIG Dltton I yxlll my long lustrous thlck curly ha1r To my suc cessor Marxe Hopper my ablllty to h1t 1 wrong note ln orchestra wlthout dlstract mg, the maestro To Mary Evans I w1ll my standlng author1ty for any phllosophy glx en to the younger k1ds ln 21 s Llkes Readlng, and draxxmg D1SI1k9S Asparagus bread Hobby Gosslplng., Faxorxte sport Talkmg F avorlte food Coffee Favorlte bands Morton Hot Shots and Splke Jones Ambltlon Haxe thlck ha1r Fax orxte song Smoke Gets ln Your Eyes Looklng ahead 20 year Chee a washer vxoman Fax orlte subject Myself Ixax orlte slnger Joan Scofield NAME BETTYJEAN FARRINGTON Nlckname Baya LAST WILL Sz TESTAMENT I Bettyjean Farrmgton belng., all here physlcally and mentally do hereby be queath the best of ex erythmg to my best frlends Jan and Gus To Ioan Scofield I vxlll my ablllty to go to bed at the crack of dawn and get up at sunset To my tvxo llttle brothers Bobbv and Johnny I xx1ll mv ablllty to get good grades m school Llkes Monev Dlsllkes Bemg poor Hobby Readlng Faxorlte sport Playing xn snoxx Favorlte food Cherry cokes Ambltlon To be a nurse Favorlte band Byers and h1s hot shots Favorlte song Forever and Ex 91 Looklng, ahead 20 years I S S C Home head nurse ln nexx hosp Faxorlte subject Flghtlng xxlth the boys 1n Physlcs Faxorlte slnger Frank Smatra NAME BETTY JO CLOE Nxckname Jo LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I Betty Joanne Cloe WIII my ablllty to fix halr to Aunt Mae to Shnley Hull I xxlll my ablllty to sexx and to Jeannetta Opp I xxlll my place IH Cottaga 22 And Mrs Skldmore don t forget that bet About Q-fha Sturm L1kes Food Dlsllkes Gettlng, up 1n thc IYIOIIIIHQ., and golng to bed at mght Hobby Sexxlng Fax ollte sport Sxxlmmmg, Fax orlte food Banana spllts Ambltlon Beautx xx ork Fax 01 lte Looklng., Fax or lte Fax orltc Fax ox 1te band Vaughn Monroe ahead 20 years Beautx shop of mx oxx n subject Home Ee slngel Buddx Clark song For Ex 81 and Ex 61 NAME BEALLAH BROWNING N1ckname 'VIoll1e LAST WILL AND TFSTANIEWT I Beaulah Leona Broxxmng., belng of sound mlnd and bodx at present do hereby lecord thls last xxlll So to Ruth Mae my solo spot ln chon to Phxllls I xx 111 mv ablllty to carry on an lntelestlng conxe1sat1on xx 1th Nlollle Coxtnel and to enjoy the xx ork at Cortner s house Also to my brother and slsters mx abllltx to make the klds laugh at my jokes D1sl1kes Gettlng., up early Hobbv Dancmg, Faxorlte sport Skatmg., Faxorlte food Noodles Amblt1OD To be a successful smger Fax Oflte band Looklng., ahead 20 years Fax orlte Fax Oflte Fax orlte NAME subject slnger song I ll Strlng, BETTY HART Tex Benekc A successful xx lie Boys Perry Como Along W1th You lN1ckname Betts LAST WILL AIND TESTAMENT I Bettx Jean Halt bemg, of sound mlnd and body do hereby xx1ll my long, black curly han to Balbarm mv s1ste1 to mx brothers James and Ddxld mx abxlltx to tap dance to Allce mx abllltx to sa xx max she do bettel th in I md to Nlltzx the contents of my draxxer To the D1x1s1on mx three xxay plug, and to the Semols of 51 all the luck ln thc xxorld Llkes Boxs Dlsllkes VN ork Hobbv Readmg Fax orlte sport Basketball Fax orlte bind Llonel Hampton Ambltlon To be seen and not heard Fax orlte food Frled chlcken W 1 .... 1 ' Y , . . 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"1r1 1 " 1' 2 C2 L 5'1211's 'Q 1' " 1 1- ' I 1 F2 ' 'itv .1 .'11 .- ' 1' 1' ' 1 ' ' mu Ifzu' 'II21 1' I .1 ' , -11 Behind the Big Show Are those who Cwzll Be the Stars O Tomorrow THRQX fl ' f'lf7pj N Q63 1:5 5? Ag 5 S - x Lx A '23- N F , 7 ' f ' , r V o 1 y f obfq g of .ajft if J 5 1 ' Q ,o, 4 xf1, 5" , 5 ,. QSQ Q' M Q In Their Day Of Glory Lies Ahead We Present Qur Underclassrnerz uniona Left to riiznt. first row: I-Irma Ililton. llarl Eckert, .leannelle Nicosia. Rose Snedaker. Mary Scare,-. Second row: Lila l.oe Donovan. Marie Hopper. Gerald Moore, Yvonne Rapelje-, Charles Lawhorn. Ruth Mnlkemus. Sarah Goodwin. Third row: Haul Mullen. Betty Pefflvy, Leeta Riley. Mary Ellen Evans, Harriett Seoles. Carolyn Fnsler. Pat MeVay, .loan King. .loan lieeman. Fourth row: Roh Moreland. Hob Snudnker. Sam Moreland. Fred Miiehell. Lee Mellaniel. Leroy Ms-Daniel, Donald Hancock. John l-Irwin. and Virginia Smith. here are thirty-two jolly juniors. They are sponsored by Miss McCullough and Mr. Hedges. Their class president is Bob Moreland: Vice-president, Jim Swangog Secretary, Phyllis Crague: and Treasurer, Darl Eckert. This class participates in different clubs and other activi- ties. with members in the band, choir. tap dancing, debate, 4-H club, library club, photo club, and student council. Outstanding members in this class scholastically are: Jeannette Nicosia. Yvonne Rapelje, Sarah Goodwin, Leroy McDaniel. and Marie Hopper. The students have been initi- ated into our National Honor Society. Marie Hopper. Lila Donavon, and John Erwin are among' the musically talented of this class. Marie Hopper and John Erwin went to the district and the state contest and won a first and second division rating: respectively. The boys are also active in various sports. Some of these boys are Bob Snedaker. Leroy McDaniel, Bob Moreland, Sam Moreland and Fred Mitchell. They are on the basketball, football, and track teams. Scalp homonea Ln-ft to right, first row: Hattie Morelmid. Vlifford Ge-rhig. Larry Rardnn. Eugene Bragg. Alice Strother. David Hart. Second row: Perry Allison. Mary Stone. Ruth Ritter, .loan Sroticld. Judy Stewart, Kathryn Corycll. .lane Hanks. Third row: Alice Johnson. Lx-oda Norwell. Marian Mrlntnsh. Yfanda Davis, Maudclcnc Smith, Gladys l'oolcy. Eva Lee Mrlmmore. Lvotha Xorvell. Fourth row: Homer G4-rholdt. Robert Long. George t'onnc-r. K4-nm-th liunvh. Richard Shields. 'l'om Marshall, W'ayne llynll. Vhurles Brannon. James Slrolhrr. here are twenty-nine members in the sophomore class. They are sponsored by Mrs. Guyatt and Mrs. Eder. Many members are represented in the band, choir, photo club, Echo staff, student council, dance band, tap dancing. orchestra, piano, organ and student store. The boys in this class are also active in sports with several on the basketbal, football. and track teams. The class president is Clifford Gerbig: Vice-president, Richard Shields: Secretary, Alice Strother: and Treasurer, Jim Strother. .Ioan Scofield brought honor to the class with firsts in dis- trict and state voice contests. Three members of the class are cheer leaders. They are Hattie Moreland, Marian McIntosh, and Eva Lee McLemore. I-'irst Row, lrft to right: Betty Kiln-3. Delores Minton. Barbara Hancock. Helen Urzuruc, Delores Smith. Ronulyne Ricks, Dorothy Smith. and Danny Winters. Second row: Ruth Scoles, David Deeds, Fharlutte Harrington. Ycrdia Younz. Bessie furtis, Susie Napier lietty Glaze. Wilma Malloy, Sallv Harhert, and Bill Davis. Third row: Mary Sharpe. Be-tty Miller. Emma Scoles, Norma VVilliams. Betty Shauer. llarhnru Hilleary. Margaret Grccnlcc, John Katzor, George Stephens, Verle Foster. and Leslie Fox. Fourth row: Harold llvcrat't. Kenneth Fhamllers. Tom Gorholmlt, lioh 0'N4-nl .Perry Barr, John VYhc-eler, George Brannon, Roh Kobcl. Charles Durlinyz. Sylvester Norxell. Homer Dnnford. and James Hopper. qneahman n the freshman class there are forty-two students. They are clividecl into two groups so the classes will not he to large. The class officers are: John Wheeler, President: Vice- president. Verle Foster: Secretary. Betty Riley: and Treas- urer. Dorothy Smith. There are several talented members in this freshman class. The class is active in various clubs and organizations. Sew-1111 members are in the lmnd. choir, dancing and fl-H club. These are some of the boys active in sports: John Wheeler. Verle Foster. Charles Darling. Bill Davis, George Brannon, and John Katzor. The class is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Raisor. High in the Air the Acifobats Per oifm Their O I Amdzln AHKZCS -7525 gf o b o ' fii 5 if TL ,.,:,'fji3iEfX5gg in g am' L 5 Z' ' V' 'if " fmf,f5'1" W , i 3 i A5 on ie if E " Wy X - E KX Xmiccli c Q i f ibn?-kC!Q.:i fd? 4 P 55, N VH i Qi W Y TL 617' WOO X i X1 fin fi 9 if 4 X' 42 H D if 0 O7'fO7'l S 1 42 ' X K , 3 ' ik 0 5 X :K x kxk- xg ir ?j::! X A Q ,f Xxzff' can f I Q ATH LETE ROY ALLISON BOB MORELAND CLIFFORD GERBIG FRED MITCHELL BOB SNEDAKER BILL CARPENTER JIM l'l'RTIS TOM OLLIER LEE McDANIEL NEAL FOSTER JACK .JOHNSON JIM ' ROVSH Cgfootli-'JCLQQ Since 19453 the High School of Morton Memorial has been With- out a football team. 1948 saw the students' hopes for a team come true, though the boys were Without previous experience. Of the three teams played, only one, the Bears of Lawrence Cen., managed to defeat the Tigers by a large score. The boys played inspired football Linder the new coach, Jim Roush, who graduated from Ball State. We have hopes that in the years to come, Morton's football team will again be as respected as they once were by the large schools of the state, The usual starters for the games were: Backtield, Carpenter, Gerbig, Snedak er and Ollier. Ends, McDaniel and Conner. Tackles, Johnson and Brannon. Guards: Moreland and Mitchell. Center: C'urtis. Other members who saw some action were: Swango, Hart, Kardon, and Moreland in the back- field. Filling in the line were: Tackles: Long, Shields and Allison: Guards: Huff and Hancockg Ends: Foster and McDaniel: with Gerholdt at Center. Wheeler was out because of injuries most of the season. Several boys who were light for varsity competition practiced with the squad and scrimmaged to gain experience. qootlvailt First row, left to right: Larry Rnrdon. Harold lh-craft. Ln- lylfllggnigl J s N Foster. Robert Long, Vlifford Gerbig. and James Furtis. S1-cond row: Sam Moreland. Homer Gerh George Brannon, Bch Moreland. Luroy Mrllaniel, Tum Ulliur, Huh Snvdakvr, llnvirl Hurt. and P Allison. Third row: Eugene llrzuzxz. George fonner. William Varprnter. Fred Mitchell. Kc-nm-th Bu Jack Johnson, llonald Hancock, Roy Allison, Harold Alzney, and Sylvester Norvell. GREENWOOD 12-MORTON 6 Without previous experience, the Morton Tigers went down to defeat before the Woodmen of Greenwood in their opening game on Greenwood's football field. The Woodmen broke through for a touchdown in the second and third quar- ters, while Snedaker broke away around end with a sixty-five yard run for the Tigers only touchdown. Outstanding players for the Tigers were Snedaker, half-back, and Mitchell, guard. LAWERENCE CENTRAL 46-MORTON 6 The Tigers' second game proved to be one of their rough- est contests of the season. The Bears of Lawerence Central plowed through the Tigers almost at will, scoring twenty-one points the first half and twenty-five the second, and sending several Tigers to the bench wth injuries, but the,'Tigers had their moment of glory in the third quarter, when Snedaker, carrying the ball on an around end play. ran eighty-five yards. for Morton's only touchdown. ARCADIA 26-MORTON 18 The Tigers, playing their first game on the local gridiron since 1943, went down to defeat before the Eagles of Arcadia in a hard fought battle. The Tigers scored once on a line plunge by Gerbig and twice on end runs by Snedaker, while the Eagles collected four touchdowns and two extra points. The outcome of the game was in doubt until almost the last minute of the game. Outstanding was Snedaker, who ran 65 yards for one of his two touchdowns. Olaf.: lfaetballll I-'irst row. left. In right: Aaron Baker, liill farpvnter, .lark .lohnson. Leroy M1-Daniel, Jim l'urtis, ,ma lgnh Sm-dak.-r. S d T llll' 4 'VI I d I' rl 'Vl't h ll K' L I' R All' llanid Hart. and M r 'econ row: om is-r, .am . on-an . ln- L lc' 1- . -corn' onner, oy lson, lim Roush. he Morton Memorial varsity basketball team opened its practice Monday, October eleventh, under the direction of the new coach, Mr. James Roush. Mr. Roush is a graduate of Rall State Teachers' College. He is also the new football coach at Morton. Mr. Roush announced that practice was being conducted in two sessions or groups. One for the Jrs. and Srs. and one for the Freshmen and Sophomores. After two weeks the squad was cut to 25 members. Five of these were to be from the freshman class which has its own team, and plays scheduled games. Morton Memorial had a tough schedule of seven games in the East Central Conference as well as the usual tough competition in the county and surrounding community. This year the team's height was cut sharply by the graduation of three players last year. Not one of the starting members had a height of six feet. The Mortonites depended upon their speed and endurance most of the time, with some sharp hitting ability from the front line and underneath the basket. The returning lettermen from last year were James Curtis, Robert Snedaker, Jack Johnson, and Bill Carpenter. These four and Aaron Baker composed the usual starting lineup, although Allison. Conner and Hart were in the starting five on several occasions. They were hard pushed by the Gilda kat lffctilil SECOND TEAM First row. left to right: Yu-rle Foster. Vliniord Gerhfxr. Harold Bo" Davis, Larry Rardon. Danny Xl'inlcrs. :md .lohn Kzltmn Ser-nd row: Mr. .lim Wheeler, George Brannon. Kenneth Bunch. Rivhard Shields, Bob Long, Homer reserves who saw much action and contributed a great deal in the scoring columns to help Morton Memorial have a fairly good season. The reserves were Roy Allison, Fred Mitchell, Leroy McDaniel. Aaron Baker. George Fonner. Tom Ollier. Sain Moreland. David Hart. Homer Gerholdt. l-Bob Moreland. Kenneth Bunch, and Robert Long. Johnson, Farpenter. Al- lison, Curtis, Baker and Ollier were all seniors. The Tigers opened their playing season by losing at home against the strong Carthage Raiders. who sported a strong team this year as evidenced by their winning the county tourney. But Morton came back sharply to win the next two encounters from Mays and Manilla. They continued fairly strong until the county tournament. losing to Milroy 43 to 34. The Tigers were unable to beat the Milroy Cardinals in three encounters this year. The Tigers lost several close ones after the county tourney dropping a four pointer to Morristown and a one pointer to New Salem. New Salem was the runnerup in the county tourney and in the sectional, which was won by Rushville 54 to 50. Morton was ousted in their tirst game of the sectional by a sharp hitting Arlington quintet 41 to 39. The Morton Tigers again lost to their old rivals, the Knightstown Falcons, with Morton playing the host. by :1 score of 27 to 26. It was the last game of the season for the Morton Tigers, and also for the Falcons. The Tigers led throughout the first half and ran the score to thirteen to seven in the second period. The Falcons came back and trailed only thirteen to eleven at the half time. The Tigers defense broke in the third period and the Falcons made over half of their game total by bucketing fourteen points. The Tigers raft. fhurles Darling. Bill Roush. Huh Moreland. Jnhn lin-rhnldt. and YVayne Hyatt. Uilalalfaetlvallll xx ere held to e1fht eounters At the hn 1l of the th1rd qu 1rte1 the seore read Knlghtstoxxn Zo Nlorton 71 Phe I 1leons bcored e1rlx 1n the fourth per1od and etalted pl1x1ng a keep '1xxay g1me The Tlgers edged closer to n11ke the sco1e 71 to 2-1 There xx e1e seconds left to plax xx hen Johnson seored mak1ng It onlv one 1lO1Ht behlnd 21 to 26 and It looked for a m1nute HQ 1f he xxould get a free one too It xxas not called hoxx ex er and the gun went off leaxmg It one pomt 1n favor ot Knlghtstown The Tlgers xxon sexen a11d lost nlne of the1r scheduled games They lost one IH the countx tournex and also one ID the sect1onal to make It elex en losses and sex en xxme It xxasn t 21 good record but not a b1d one W1th 1 fexx breaks they could haxe 8dS1lY xxon sue more and had a really good record .Sr-:condl cam The second te 1n1 OI NIo1 ton Ixlts comp1led 1 1eeo1cl ot 10 xx111s 1nd s1x losses Klllllllf., the 48 10 se ls I1 Fha lxlts n1 ule th1s nne 1eco1cl Cl9S1J1t9 const1nt ehmgees 111 the squ 1d xx 1th hoxs gl 1du1t1n to the x 11s1tx Ol lo me out xx he11 the sqll ul xx ls cut oxs 1e11esen 1112, 41 t1es1n1111 e Iss xxe1e o ll Vx 1eele1 John Ix1tfo1 D 11nx xVlInlttlN Xe1le l 1ste1 C o 1 B1 1nno11 Ch 11les D11l1ng 1nd Sx lxeste1 XOlXLll Sophommes xxe11e Cllfffllfl Gtllllg LIIIX hudon Robe1t lholdt 1 l W 1x11e llx tt 11o1s xxe S Nl Nou 11 1 1 IOIf,llI1ll ltllx OUIQ lf Dlll Pe e Ix1ts pl1xed the 111e1n11n111e to t e x llN1tX emu 1, lllltfl x 1lu llllt ex1e1 enee 1 11nst the 111111 xxhen 11x ulcl pl1x on the n1 e 11x o t e game x e e e s me ls he1eelx toueht 1 the x llsltx gllntls lhe Klts lost thell opene11 to C' 11tl1 12,6 and then xxo11 flllll st1 ugeht hefo1e lflslllf., the11 second one to h 1le11:h 'lhex lost 1nothe1 then cloxxned ClITllJl1ilg't Cltx one lliblllt 1nd ol 1x1d ookx1lle 1n 1 couhle oxe1t1n1e to XXIII ax xxo 1o111 s 1 Klts h 1d tldllell hx 14 polnts at the end ot the thnd qu 11te1 1n th1s one CJtllCl teams the Rlt doxx ned xxe1e Allllljatflll exx1sx1lle Illlflx Ixmgehtstoxx 11 NI1x N 111ll1 Stl 111 111 lllfl xllllllk 1 seeond t1me v x .L u hw. 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Foster, and R b t l pr. wenty-four boys reported for track when Mr. Eder, the track coach, issued the first call for boys to draw equipment for the track season, Monday, Mar. 7. Several boys came out later to add strength to the squad. Snedaker, McDaniel, Curtis, Allison, Baker, Connor, Carpenter, Bunch, Mitchell, S. Moreland, B. Moreland, Long, and Foster were all back from last year. Oiiicials for the Home meets are as follows: McNamera, of Rushville, Starterg Mr. Pride, Mr. Van Dusen, and visiting coach, Timers, Mr. Todd, Mr. Jones, Mr. Hedges, in that order, Judgesg Mr. Raisor, Clerk, assistant John Wheeler, Mr. Dalrymple and Mr. Wiley, Judges of field events, Announcers are John Erwin and Neal Foster. The coach of Morton's track team is Mr. Ralph E. Eder. cwlonton 58, Cwlonniatown 69 The Morton Thinlies opened their track season against Morristown, April 1. They were beaten 69 to 59. The meet was held at Morton. Firsts for Morton were made by S. Moreland in the 440, McDaniel in the 880, Baker in the low hurdles, Connor in the pole vault, and the 880 relay team. 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Verle Foster, Jerry Moore, l'litl'ord Gerbiz. Lee McDaniel, Tom Ollier Second row: Gilbert VVhitten, Ray Harrington, Everett Stone. Eutlene Bartholic, fharles Snnders James Hopper. Bill Sylvester. Calvin Towne, Earl Lambert. Larry Rardon, Bunny Perry, Richard Seaver Third row: Aaron Baker, George Connor, Robert Frdft, Thomas Jordan, Hill Craft, Robert Long Robert Snedaker. Roy Allison, Perry Allison, Leslie Fox. Sylvester Norvell, Richard Ricks, John Irwin Standing: David Deeds. William Davis. Charles Rardon. nnd Director WV.':lter Byers. They went on various trips, which included a massed band concert at the Knightstown High School gymnasium. The Knightstown and Morton Memorial bands played a concert under the direction of Mr. Nilo W. Hovey, noted instructor at the Arthur Jordan Consevatory of Music at Indianapolis. They again exchanged trips with the New Salem band. The band gets many invitations to play at various occasions throughout the year. They present concerts for the enter- tainment of the students and play at such Home occasions as Legion Day and Homecoming. The band also doubled as at marching band. nder the capable direction of Mrs. Louise Gabbutt, who is very ably assisted by Mrs. Betty Mercer, the choir is considered one of the most active groups in the school. During the past year, the choir made many appearances, along with the regular Sunday religious services, at which time they provide a most important part of those servces. In addition . - f . xxf . Lf LJ , E I L J Z-1 Q ' -J ' g ca tl 5 . . Q: ' 'i 3 W rf xx its EW .ri sans +""""3 ' l . 1 ont rm left to rizhlz Les-ta Riley: lleulah Browning. Carolyn Foster. Mary Ellen Evans. Icotln 'Norwcl Iwa lu' Mrhcmore, Mrs. Ili-tty Mercer. Perry Allison. Eugene Bragg. Floyd May, David 'Art N il Stroud row: Marion Mvlnlosh. Judy Stewart. Harriet Svolcs, Gladys Cooley, .loan Rini. Maru Hopper Join Sfoun-ld. Vhnrles Lnwhorn. Thomas Ollirr, Fred Mitchell. Sam Moreland, Louis shall crrv our lliflurrl Gorhig. Thirll 'ow. .leant-Ile Nicosia, Ruth Malkemus. Jacqueline Ryln. 4 nl lil: llonoum, H1-My llarl. l'4-guy Scofield. Roy Allison, Aaron link:-I. Leroy Mrllaniel, Ivory- lonnor Jlm lurtis, Robert Lomz, Harold Ahncy. to the traditional Easter Contata held again his year was the Second Annual Easter Sunrise Service, with members of choirs from surrounding communities participating on Easter morning. The choir participated in the annual district Spring Festival. Earler in the year, nine members of the choir parti- cipated in the All-State Chorus at Indianapolis. Toward the end of the year. new members are taken into the choir to replace the seniors and industrials who will soon leave the choir. Those not pictured above are: Charles Lawhorn, Fred Gray, Mike Long. and Loring Seaver. Morton takes special pride in one of her singers this year. Sophmore .Ioan Scofield, was awarded a first division rating in the district. southern state. and all-state music contests for her soprano solo, I Love Life. Chain cvvlllblc Qncatan and Cptano he P11110 llltl Orgm cl 1sses ha1e 17101611 to be '1 11t l p1rt of 'NIo1to11 s TNLISIC schedule These cl'1sseQ are under tht 1ble s11pe111s1o11 ot X118 LOUISE G1bb11tt and Mrs Bettv xlLlLtl I11elud1d 111 the glll s musle 1l tl 11111ng1 lnogxam 111 pl111ng. for the cholr enterlng 1nd111dual solo contests 1nd pl esentlng IHUNIL 11 1110111 1ms for the student body H1gh school gllls belongmg ale L1l'1 Lee Dono11n M1111 HOIBDQI Jemnette N1coe1a Leeta Rlley Betty Pef flev Y1onne R1pel1e Jo 1n Scofield Betty Rllev and Jaek1e H1011 G1 ades TOL!! to e1ght a1e aleo 16131 esented CLYLCE diflfld he Nlorton Nlemo111l Royal Cadets D mee Orchestla nnds 1ts ch1ef use IH the 11101 1d1ng of musle tor 1ar1ous school d 1ntes 1nd fox the t 111 1nd ballet groups Thls organ17'1t1on eons1sts ch1efl1 of hlgh school bovs and glrls 11ho enjoy plaung, pODLlld.1 INUNIC ls a sldellne to the regular field of HNINIC The1 h111 t1ken se1 eral tI'1lJS to Xd.l10L1b places th1s 1e11 1 111 the p1st 1nd h11e pla1 ed at HLIHICIOLIB occ 1s1on ll0llf., 111th the tap 1nd b1llet programe at the Home TIIDS taken 1IlLlllflt those to the Claypool and AIltlE.lN Hotels and the Ipalco Club 1n Ind1anapol1s Cfalp cmdl Clzlalwet he Tap and Inllet d 111e1ng classes Lllldtl the able glllll Doroth1 Slemmons 11as ag,a1n one ot the outstandmg spec11l f t 1 1 ules of the Home s man1 act111t1es Dllflllg' the 1ear tr1ps to XRFIOLIS Cltles 11e1e take11 11 hele d111e1ng 1710151 1ms 11e1e g,11en The t11ps XKLT6 made to the Ip1lco Club 1n Ind1an1pol1s and to Bates11lle 11 here the pxo gram 11as D16SCY'lttfl 1n the h1gh Qchool The da11c1ng 1e11e11 NX 18 presented bLf0IL the Wom IN s Aux1l1a11 Aprll 12 The annual dance IGXIQVS 18 to be ple t l b sen ec efore the eh1ld1en of the Home 1nd employees somt tlme l1efo1e Comm1ne1ment The 1510111 1m 11as p1esented to the Leglonnalres Legrlon Da1 and 1t the annual Home comlng The meetlng of the Ass INlJl1 Womens Club 11 IS mcluded 1n the 11st of 1ppe11ances bY the dance re11e11 Stmnq Qumtet qjindex the fl1l6Ltl0Il ot NI1s Betty NILILCI the strlng qlllll tet 11as organwed 1ga1r th1s 1ea1 The glrla belongmg, to the qlllflttt 11e11 IlCkl6 R1on E1el1n Bt1othe1 Llla Lu IJono1 LH Joan Beofield 1nd Peggy Sconeld These glrls entered lnto the D1StIlLt contest at Althlll lord 1n Co t DSSTX 1 OIR IH lHCl13IllDOllS the st 1te contest It l'e11e Haute 1nd the All bt1te contest at Iord1n C'onser1 1to11 Ihe1 represented thelr school 11ell by 1eee111ng f1rsts 1n the D1str1ct and 3t1te 1nd then plf1c1ng tllllfl 111 the All bt1t1 lontest . . 1 z z z 1' "1 ' ' If il , . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 111 1, ,. 1 131' ' .1 '1 1 1 ' w 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1. -V . 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M gf 1 ' f -, r H If ' -v 'I iv ' f Y I 1' 'A I 1 I r f , 1 -e g 5 A 1 j ' - ' - V, w , f ' eff , W X 1 fe 1 e ' : e "if If E ' X 5 4 , , , . ' 1 ' I 'T 1' L ' . f A fi ixfegk'-Ni 4. f .A . , , A. x , 2,77 -4 , ' fu ' 4 , ' ,W . I K 5 , XX f M A A .L v , I, Vex fi, X 1 , R ' f- +ve' M 1 f + ,5 e Q x -- - 1, Rv Jr'-f5XV,fj QQ' ff X . .K V1 A. .f ,V 'fu' W., , fx-J, j '!z,' Likewise the Hamas Inhabitants Work And Play clfocatio nail C-fnaininci he different departments assist in the maintenance of the Home and at the same time offer training to the boys and girls in a vocation. It is important for the boys and girls to know how to do some- thing as they must start earning a living upon leaving. The trade assignments pro- vide on-the-job training and are separate and distinct from the academic work at Morton school. In several instances the training approaches that of a trade school or vocational education. In others, the training is entirely of a practical nature but at the same time enables the student to obtain a job in this field. qanm cmdl Dain? The boys receive an adequate amount of training in farming and dairying. First they learn to run the milkers. strip the cows, weigh the milk, and to pasteurize and bottle the milk. After they learn this. they are taught how to drive tractors and trucks. They learn how to plough and cultivate the fields, sow the seed, plough the crops while they are growing and to harvest the crops. Mr. Herman Johnson. who has been here for the last six years, is farm manager with Mr. Fred Sears as his assistant. The farm is one of the most successful of the departments and offers unlimited opportunities for the boys to learn about farming and dairying. flgnintinq The printing trade provides opportun- ities for the boys to learn different phases of the printing trade. In the beginning they learn to set type by hand. Later on they learn about the platen and cyl- inder presses, and how to operate them. Later they have the opportunity of be- coming linotype operators. The boys also learn make-up and imposition. With the Home Journal and school pub- lications to work on the boys learn front oflice work as well as the mechanical department. Programs, stationery, req- uisitions, orders, report cards, menus, checks, billheads, inventory forms, daily reports, and many other types of jobs give the boys a variety of experience in the handling of job work. Mr. Hershel Van Dusen is the head of the department. Clflaleinci Baking is one of the trades learned by the boys. In this department the boys are taught how to make and wrap b1'ead, mix the dough, make rolls, cream puffs, pies, cakes, cookies, doughnuts, and many other delicious pastries. He learns the operation clf the mixing machine, the bread slicer, the bread wrapper, and the ovens. The products produced by the bakery are used by the entire institution. Clzlcinlneninq Barbering is taught to the boys during their first year of high school if their schedule can be arranged for it. By the time they are seniors in high school, they have a rather thorough knowledge of barbering. The boys are taught the different strokes in shaving, how to cut hair, and the different scalp treatments. If the boys have 1,000 hours of training completed, they may apply for licenses at the Indiana State Harbering Board at Indianapolis. Mr. Ervin E. Kendall is in charge of the barbering trade. clfocatlo nail Flonainlnq Stonenoom The Storeroom supplies the Home with meat, clothing, and dry goods. The boys learn to fill the orders from different departments and kitchens and thus learn the operation of a store. Mr. Delmas Garhart is in charge of the Storeroom. Under the instruction of Mr. Garhart the boys learn the proper cuts in meat cutting, the use of different meat knives and hand saws. They also learn to use the automatic meat slicer and the power meat saw. Shoe CRa5Jaln In the Shoe Repair Shop the boys do just what the name implies-they learn to repair shoes. The boys are taught how to resole, put new heels on shoes, dye, buff. and grind them. They also learn to sew and patch ripped places. They learn to get correct sizes of shoes and to fit shoes so they are comfortable. In charge of the Shoe Shop is Mr. Frank Lucas. Cfieautlff Culltune The Home Beauty Parlor is located in the old school building. Here the girls come in during the day to take up regular classes. They learn to give machine permanents. machineless permanents, and tonis. They also cut hair, set hair, give shampoos and manicures. They must have book work, too. Certain days of the week are set aside for study and discussion. Canlpentnu Carpentry is one of the most practical trades available to the boys. The boys work hardest during the fall and spring. In the fall they build the refreshment stands and the platform stage in Spring Valley for Legion Day and Homecoming. The boys learn to operate planers, routers, rip saws, band saws, and lathes. They do repair work on furniture and buildings. They make sand boxes, toys, benches, tables, and many other articles. In charge of the carpenter shop is Mr. Horatio Davis. fplfumltwlnq In the pipe shop Mr. Coy and his assis- tants teach the boys the tricks of the trade. They learn radio repair electrical repair. and plumbing repair. They learn the use of various tools necessary in this work. The boys can repair sweepers. irons. toasters. etc. They learn to cut and thread pipe, splice wires, replace fuses, clean drains, replace pipes and plumbing equipment. Cttlcca Here in the school oflice the girls come in at their different hours and report to Miss Tincher, who assigns them to various tasks. They may type letters or notices and file and send out notices. fliiecneation 05 oys and girls have plenty of activities for the use of leisure time. Town Hall is the center of recreational activities during the school year with the Graham Lake and the Home Camp sharing the honors during the summer months. Mr. Todd, the recreational director, Mrs. Todd, Miss McCullough, and Mr. McC'ready have all worked together during the past year for the administration of a successful recreational program. Mr. Todd and Mrs. Todd are in charge of recreation at this time. Studlent .Stone During the school year the students find one of their favorite pastime at the Student Store. It might be loafing with a coke or chatting with friends but the students find relaxation and companionship after a long day at school. Candy, popcorn. soft drinks, and toilet articles are on the list for purchasing. Also in Town Hall is the dancing room and the game room. Students find pleasure dancing to the music of the juke box or playing one of the games such as ping pong in the game room. The old gymnasium, a part of the building, comes in for basketball and roller skating. QBCLIQE, q7'LCLt'1CLYYl Lake Graham is the center of many activities during the summer vacation. Fishing. swimming, and boating are very popular with the children of all ages and times are provided when all groups have their chance to engage in these activities. The younger children have competent supervision that eliminates the danger of deep water and the older children have to prove their ability to swim well before they are allowed to venture into deep water. CRecna-:ation OYYIE CQYYIP With a few modern additions such as electric lights. and modern kitchen facilities the children rough it at the Home Camp in week long summer trips. The camp is available to all age groups and the hills and valleys that may resound with older children's yells and whoops of joy one week may echo the crys of the young ones another . Fishing, games, hiking, and swimming are the main activities there. Uohotoqnaphlg Qilub The older boys in high school are members of the photography club which has two cameras. an enlarger, a print dryer and various other photographic equipment. The boys spend much time taking and developing their own pictures. They also operate a developing service for the children on the campus and thus augment their funds so they can purchase additional equipment and film for the club. They also subscribe to photographic magazines that contain the technical know-how required in taking pictures professionally. 021013 .Scoutza The troop of Boy Scouts on the campus engage in the usual activities of scouting. They work for their merit badges, take hikes, spend days at the Home Camp, act as messenger boys and escorts for guests at the Home, and practice the teachings of scouting in their daily lives. Student Councifl The different cottages on the campus are represented by two members chosen by their own fellows. The members of the council assist Mr. Todd in conducting the dances and parties given for all age groups. They put up decorations and handle refreshments. Hobby Ltafl o get an idea of the importance of the Hospital to the Home there were one thousand two hundren and sixty children admitted to the hospital as bed patients. At the daily clinic three thousand nine hundred and eighty-six child- ren were treated for minor injuries, cuts, bruises, colds, etc. Dr. Dreyer remained the Home Physician and registered nurses continued the supervision of the patients in the hos- pital. More serious cases, as in the past, were taken to one ol' the hospitals in Indianapolis for teatment and care, as are patients needing special treatments, examinations, etc. l.L.L. :Mm f...h.. 1... .. g,Q,. ,sf ... . -,1,..- -- A - Socicdl .Sz-:noice he social workers help interpret the emotional life and interests of the boys and girls to teachers and em- ployees and thus aid in the adapting of the children to lil'v at the Home. The children are counselled and advised and their personal problems given quick attention. The worker investigates the applications for admission and on their advice the board of trustees admits the children to the Home. The worker also aids the leaving graduates in finding employment and keeps in touch with them a year after they have left. They also find temporary employment for older students and plan summer vacations for those without families. Ctcllmlrutttnatton 03lu.LQcllLnc'1 .rr Q "".P 1 .4 I I 4' OQEQLQLC7 LLA L regulai Sunday School and Religious Seixlce are a pait ot' the Sunday religious program. The services are non- denominational with the accent on the study of the Bible and the belief in Christ and His teachings. Various ministers from the surroundng communities assist in this work. The Protestant boys and girls are privileged to attend Sunday Morning Church services at one of the churches in Knights- toxvn and the Catholic children attend Mass at the Catholic church. Mr. Todd, the recreational director, supervises the functioning of these activities. Clfflows Cottagiea mf: adio-phonograph. magazines. puzzles. games and other activities help the boys pass many happy hours in their cottages. Each group ot' boys live together like a large family LlHd9!' the supervision and help of a governess or governer, or both. Every boy has his own duties in keep- in the home clean. The American Legion and Auxiliary help the children have happy times by sending or bringing them treats of candy and fruit and by having parties in the cottages or taking them on a Weiner roast. Sometimes they are taken on trips to see athletic contests or a circus. Two large cottages house the four divisions in which live the high school boys. Meals cooked in the main Home Kitchen are served by the boys in their private dining room. In addition to the din- ing rooms, the division have a service kitchen, a large living room and a sun porch on the first floor. Dormitories for the students and rooms for the governesses occupy the second floor. 'X ,A Qinlbs' Cottaqaa he girls' cottages are on the north side of the lake. The governesses call the girls at 5:30. The girls have a specially assigned duty to per- form and they have to be dressed. hair combed. and teeth brushed and doing their work by 6:00 every morning. The girls assist in cooking all their meals in their own cottages. After school hours when no other work is to be done the girls sit around and listen to the radio, read, sexi and play games. Study hour is a much dreaded event, although 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 do up their hair, get manicures, and other aids to beauty before going to bed. At 9:15 they usually go to bed with lights out at 9:30. Most Saturdays are spent cleaning out personal things and putting things in order. On Sundays some of the girls go to Knightstown to church. The ones that stay home work on their lesons, listen to the radio and rest. .lim l'urtis. Editor of both the Morton Echo and the Retro- spect. beats out some copy for the yearbook. Ffhe Echo he school paper, The Morton Echo. is published semi-monthly at the ln- diana Soldier's and Sailor's Children's Home during the school year. The Echo staff was chosen from the students in high school who were interested in writing for the paper. A meeting was held dur- ing the first semester andd the various officeres were filled. The staff although fluctuating included the following: Editor ,. Jim Curtis Sports Editor Bob Moreland Exchange Editor Betty Jo Cloe REPORTERS-Maudelene Smith,Eva Lee McLemore. Harriett Scoles. Virginia Smith. Hattie Moreland. Richard Shields, Lee McDaniel, Betty Jean Farrington, Clifford Gerbig, Bob Moreland Lila Lee Donovan, Maxine Stucker, and Betty Jo Cloe. Ugulvlliccttio na The school paper is published in con- junction with the official paper of the Home, The Home Journal. The two papers are printed in the Printing De- partment of the Home. The boys in the printing classes and those studing the trade of printing do the printing. Mr. Van Dusen is publicatians advisor and manager of the Printing Department. Q-fha Retnoapect he Yearbook staff for the Retrospect was chosen at a senior meeting in the study hall during the first semester. The students elected for the various depart- ments helped plan the dummy. take pic- tures. prepare them for engraving, write the stories and articles, and make up and print the hook. Mr. Robert Raisor and Mr. Hershel Yan Dusen served as faculty advisors. The staff was as follows: Jim Curtis Roy Allison ,Aaron Baker Donavie Walters Beulah Browning Peggy Scofield Betty Farrngton . Neal Foster Tom Ollier Maxine Stucker Louie Mitchell Bill Carpenter Jack Johnson Mary Dimos . Jackie Ryon C. Betty Hart Editor Associate Editor Mak-e-up Editor Copy Editor Organization Editor Club Editor Class Editor Trade Editor Sports Editor Special Events Editor School Editor Division Editor Dramatcs Helen Heidenreich BLISIIIGSS Eflilfil' R059 lNIg1'i9 Hunt Personnel C Betty C100


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