Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)
- Class of 1957
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Last Will and Testament
l. Robert Rupp. having the nickname ot
"Huck", being ol' creative mind and destruc-
tive body, do hereby will to my big brother.
Larry, my ability to leave girls alone and to
get into trouble and out again with ease. Mv
place in the butcher shop to anyone Who has
the ability to become a butcher. Anil to the
future athletes of Morton. I wish the best of
l. Daisy "Day" t'orbin. being ot' sound
mind and body. do hereby will and bequeath
the following things to the following people:
To Rose and I-Beverly, my bookkeeping books.
To Itetla and Mollie. my ability to graduate.
My chest to the first girl who gets there. My
dishpan in 21's kitchen to the unlucky girl
who can't get away. 'l'o Jackie and Jeannie.
the best of luck. To the Seniors of Morton, the
best of luck.
I, Jo Ann Weatherbee, having the nick-
name of "Beefy", being of sound HJ mind
and body, leave to the following fortunate
people: To Sharon Lovett, my ability to get
and keep a good looking guy. To Pee Wee, my
lovable place in the kitchen. My bed I leave
for the nearest junk collector. To 23's I will
the key to peace. To Elaine and Jeanne all my
love and to all my friends at Morton, I wish
the best of luck.
I, William Jordan, having the nickname
of "Red", being of medium sized brain and
small mouth, leave my ability to be cool, calm
and collected in time of crisis to Donald
Towne, my habit of sleeping late to Lingo,
my art ability and best wishes to "Bug", my
two lockers to Frank and Wendell, and to the
potential seniors may you realize sooner than
I, just what it is all about.
Last Will and Testament
I, George Scott Wheeler. sometimes
known as "Chin", being of sound mind and
body, leave my ability to grow to Jerry San-
ders. Good luck, boy! To the future basketball
team the ability to beat Mays. To the barber
that takes my place. my ability to Hsnip 'n
nick", as well as I. To all future teams of Mor-
ton, the best of luck.
I, Gladys Hamilton, having the nickname
of "lcky", and being of small mind and body,
leave to the following: To Beverly Bragdon.
my ability to get up in the morning. To Betty
Craft. my personality tbig laughl. To Clif-
ford. all my love and good luck to him in
track. Good luck to the class of '58,
I. James "Jug" Hart, do hereby wish to
leave to the bright up-and-coming youngsters.
my magnificient ability to work hard at
all times. I would also like for Daniel Beard to
have my "How to Stay Skinny" book. I be-
queath to someone with feet as large as mine.
my heel plates to walk quietly down the school
halls with them.
I, James Martin Draper, nicknamed
"Dink", being of immense mind and short
body, hereby leave as my last will and testa-
ment: To Moosey, I leave my good paint
brush and the ability to use it. To Jeanne and
her many loves, I leave my seat in the date
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Guarcl I-23 National Honor
Society -lg Student Council
l-Sl-43 Photography Club -13
Retrospect Staff -1.
4-H Club 1-2-Il--lg Art Club
I-2-IS-43 Ilance Band 2-Il--lg
Choir I-2-3-43 Girls' State
Il, Dancing 1-2-113 Girls'
Quartette 353 Mixed Quar-
tette 41 Christmas Play 4:
Senior Play 43 Echo Staff
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Student Council Il.
Football 1-2-3-43 Basketball
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Track 1-ZZ-3-43 Boys' State
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Band 1-12-Il-43 Dance Band
I-2-24-4 Photography Club
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Football 2-3-41 Basketball
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Chorus I-2-3-45 Senior Play
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National Honor Society 3-
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Echo Staff 33 Oratorical
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3-43 Student Council 1-2-33
Retrospect Staff Editor -1.
Football 1-2-I!--1: Basketball
I-2-Ii-lg Volleyball 1-2-I!-4:
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State 33 Photography Club
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Football 1-2-33 Basketball
1-2-3-43 Volleyball 43 Track
41 Choir 343 Boys' Chorus 2-
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gan 23 Dancing Ig Echo
4-H Club 3--lg Girls' State
Sig Choir 1-ZZ-3--15 Piano I-2g
Orchestra 1-23 Senior Play
45 Oratorical Contest 4:
Retrospect Staff 4.
Football 1-43 Boys' Chorus
I-ZZ-3-43 Band 2-Sl-45 Echo
Staff 2-4g Christmas Play
45 Retrospect Staff 4.
Last Will and Testament
l, Ernest XVillie Minton, also known as
"Rig I'Irn", being of sound mind and sound
body, hereby pronounce my last will and test-
ament. My ability in the music world I leave
to Don Buckley tmay lie pi'oduce better notes
than IJ. My lockers and their contents. I leave
to the junk man. 'l'o David Sanders. my 20
cents an hour barn pay. My knowledge I
leave to the birds. To the future sportsmen of
Morton Memorial, best of luck.
1, Albert Reginald Stone. better known
as "Preston", being of sound mind and body,
do hereby will the following: I leave my
basketball ability to Hob Miller. To Jerry
Sanders, I leave my height. My ability to
sleep late to Frank Strother. The wonderful
ability I have of getting along with the em-
ployees, to Frank Riggs and Larry Rupp. My
musical ability to the one and only. Daniel
I, Diana "Di" Bragdon, being of sound
mind and body bequeath to the following: To
my sisters, Beverly and Lois, and to my bro-
ther, Don, I leave all my love and wish them
the best of luck for the future. To Sharon,
I leave my ability to be seen and not heard.
To Pee Wee, my ability to sleep late. To Flo
and Judy, I leave my ability to keep calm. To
Division 23, I leave some peace.
I, John "Butch" Markovich, being of
small features fexcept feetj, will my abilities
to get along in the storeroom to Verne Doug-
las. I also will the job as assistant projector
operator to anyone who can afford to miss
date night. I will my lockers to anyone who is
fast enough to grab them, and to the future
graduates of Morton, good luck.
Last Will and Testament
I, Charlene Flint, nicknamed "Ducky",
being of absent mind and large body, leave as
my last will and testament to the following
To Charlie, lmy brother! all my love and luck
in his following years here. To "Curt", my
bottle of peroxide- To Evelyn, my ability to
overlook unimportant things. To Sharon Pad-
gett, all my meanness. To Mollie Brannon,
my ability to charm the boys. lHalJ To the
Seniors of good luck in all you do.
I, Albert Harrington, often known as
"Big Al", being of small body and large brain,
leave the following: To Don Dawson, my gig
and basket in the greenhouse. To Arnold
Harshman, my ability to get out of work. My
locker to whoever finds the key to it. To
Charles Flint, all my meanness. My ability to
take a joke, to "Blunt". My ability to be
a miser, to Don Buckley. To the next Seniors,
all the luck in the world.
I. Anita Smith, being of sound mind ami
body, leave as my last will and testament the
following: To Della, the very best of luck. To
Curt, my ability to get along with "Waldo".
Those two steady datenight seats to .loice
and Frank. My many drawers, bunks and
shelves to the one that can fill them. To
Linda Garrett, l leave my place in Cheerlead-
ing. To the Seniors of the best of luck
through your last year at Morton.
I, Norman "S-keeter" Goins, being a phys-
ical and mental wreck, leave to my brother.
David, my lockers and everything in them.
Also. I leave him my ability to make good
grades with a minimum of effort. To my little
brother, John, I leave my ability to get along
with everyone and the talent of getting out of
work. To Gladys, I leave her camera and
anything I borrowed and forgot to return.
I-Il Club I-2-34--I3 Choir l-
!-il-43 Senior Play 43 Stu-
dent Council 533 Christmas
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ZZ-Il--I3 Christmas Play fi-43
Senior Play -1.
4-H Club I-2-Ll-43 Art Club
Il: Yell Leader I-Z2-I1--I Stu-
dent Council 3-213 Dancing
l-2-3-43 Christmas Play 3-
13 Senior l'lay 43 Girls'
State 33 Choir I-2-Il--1 Ret-
rospect Staff -1.
Football 1-23 Basketball 1-
23 Track 1-2-3-43 National
Honor Society 3--13 Senior
Play 43 Christmas Play 43
Oratorical Contest JI-4: Art
Club 1-2-Il: Boys' State 33
Boys' Chorus 3-43 Photog-
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1-2-33 Christmas Play Il-4:
Student Vouncil I-Z: Girls'
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4-H Clllbii-41 Fhoir I-2-Il-1.
Football I-2-I4-43 Basketball
I-2-Si--Ig Volleyball 243 Track
I-2-33 Boys' Chorus 1-2-ZZ-43
Choir 1-2-33 Color Guard
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Last Will and Testament
l, Mildred "Millie" Oldham, being of
sopand mind and body, do hereby leave the
following: To .Indy Shaw, my drawers, shelves
and closet space. My comfortable bed to the
first one tlnre. My ability to get up early in
the morning to Hetty Hardesty. My wonder-
ful t'.'J voice and place in choir to Mickey
Miller. To Kaiser Kate, my trade at the hos-
pital tshe'll be a good nursel. And I leave my
love to my sisters and brothers.
I, t'arl "Froggy" Gilmore, being of large
body and little head, do hereby will my ability
to keep my mouth shut to Jerry Blair. To
Daniel Beard. I leave my skill in typing. To
the Bakery boys, I leave this motto. "Always
do better next time."
I, Marilyn Browning, also known as
"Weensie", being of wee body and big brain,
leave the following: To Ronnie, I leave all my
love and the best of luck to him in his senior
year. To my sister, Garnet, the wish to make
her junior and senior years her best. May she
do better than I. To the seniors of '58, good
I, Charles Raymond Bragg, nickname
"Scabs", leave my ability to play basketball to
little Scabs or Wendell, tmay he have better
luck than IJ. To Larry Rupp my ability to get
up to go to the barn. To Jim Jack and my
brother Wendell, my locker locks.
Last Will and Testament
I, John Ilenry Ilull, usually known as
"Johnnie", being ot' sound mind and body, up-
on this day leave the following: 'I'o Frank
Strother. I wish the best of luck in school
and athletics. may he do better than I. My
lockers I leave to a future dashman in track.
'I'o Fred Searcy, to have the patience through
his senior year and to grow five inches so that
he can play basketball. To the oncoming sen-
iors and athletic teams, I wish the best of
I, David Leth, familiarly known as "Pop-
eye", being of large mind and body, leave my
lockers to the highest bidder. I leave my place
in dance band, band and choir to anyone
who likes them. To Janet and Florence, my
two sisters, I leave all my love. To "Boy"
Green, I leave my barn clothes, my ability to
milk cows and to use the pitchfork. And the
best of luck to next year's Senior Flass.
I, Richard "Slew" Moreland, being of
sound mind and body, leave as my last will
and testament: To George Smith, I leave my
art ability. 'I'o the lieth girls, my ability to get
along with Judy Jordan. I leave my locker to
the first person able to clean it out. I leave
my traps to Gene Vaughn. To the Seniors of
future years the best of luck.
I, James Doherty, also known as "Caes-
ar", being of sound mind and body, do hereby
will to the followng persons: To Buckley and
Paige, Rupp's and my locker. To Blackie San-
ders, I leave my ability to get out of work
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spect Stuff fl,
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Sig Choir 3--I: Boys' Chorus
1-2-Sig Band 1-2-3-43 Dance
Band 2-Si'-Ig Boys' Quartette
243 Christmas Play 4.
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I. .lane tflaze, more otten known .tr
"Wagon", In-ine' ot' sound hotly antl question-
:tlile mintl. leaye my hunk antl shelt' to anyon-
who frets it tirst. although I hope it is Shar-vi
t'urtis. .Xlso to Sharon. anything: I leaye 1-.--
hintl. May she get in enough praetiee to wir :1
game ot jacks. tiootlliye tn lxalser lxate. Lot--
ot' luek to the Seniors ot' may they he st-1
tort unate as I.
I. tleraltl lirexyer. sometimes known
"lIrewk". ht-ine' ol' souncl mind and rounl
hotly, tlo herelry will my huilcl to Roh Greene.
I leave my alrility to get places on time ' I
"little ln'other." I leave my haritone to Jam-'-f
Woods. To the stroinfest one I leave my lock-
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Semor Class History
I IS sprmg, oi 1957 and the tlme IS near
mg when we vull leaxe Morton Memorxal
We the semors vs ould luke to share wlth you
1 few of thg hdpplest dau of our llx Cb those
d us Wh1Ch h ue Lone but mll nex er be for
In 1953 we mug treshmen Phe class was
huge compared mth the number who are
xbout to flI'llSh the course of studx m oul
Ll wx Lpon retulmm, to the Home from our
summer x nc ation we xx ere surprlsed to see
N0 m mx fmshmen bows out for football A
xchool xtirted there seemed to be an an' of
enthusmsm mth all the students puttmg
foxth full Qffort knoxung that thelr work
hom thu xtlge through the semor year
would CdNt i stmng bedrlng on the Ines of
1 uh md exuwone of them
DUIIIU., thy hut dau ot September 41
tughtened mde ew ed freshmen entered
the meat open doors of Horton Nlemorlal
Hlgh Qchool to st xrt than last four years of
sghool Ex CINOHQ was lookmg, forward to
m my new lLt1Ylt16N and pl-1x lleges that would
by gn en hlm Included m these NOCldl dCtlXl
tles were the prlxllegex of gomg, date nlght
md to Tow nh ill xuth the blg klde
'lhe xen seemed to fly Before we knew
lt football w .as ox er and basketball w as IH full
using' The second semester seemed to flw
eun faster than thy flrst Basketball was
ox er track vu is stdrtlng The weeks flew
Award Dax had come Many of us recelxed
unudw for our lthletlc or muslcal abllltlee
A1,,.11n lt IS the fall season but one sea.:
litu' On our return ue xx ere xery sorry to
wee that all of our classmates could not make
It back There xx ere onlx 34 out of the
Oflgllldl 41 xx ho had Qtarted IH our hlgh Qchool
ranks mst one short wear before
Sexerfzl of our bow dgdlll returned for
tootball Also the band had been DI'3Ct1Cll'lg
for the State Marchmg Context and sex eral
of our sophomores were ln the band When
school started mam of the gurls were taken
mtn the 4 H Club We were well represented
m All sports clubs .md mumcal orgamzatlons
of the wchool When the Yule Tlde Season
reared Qex eral of our sophomores were honor
ed by bemfz chosen to be In the Chrmtmas
We were taught many thmgq thlq vear
md our sponsor teachers Mrs Whlte and
'Vit Davis were xery helpful mth thelr en
vo uraglng' and vnllmz aid
School dgdln closed and as we went
our may for the summer vue reallzed that
mam of our school mates and teachers would
not leturn thc folloumg fall to gulde ue
thxough one of the most Important years vue
mll ex er encounter Our Junlor year started
mth 4 xery good shomng The football team
had 1 mnnmg, season Sex eral weeks before
football season was oxel work was started
to perfect the ent rtalnment for LQQIOH Dax
md Homecommg, 'Slam Juniors were xerx
mme m the two p1ogramQ
After Home-Lomlng th1m,s settled dovsn
.md the next mfuor exent was not untll
Chrlstmas tlme Agam Qexeral of our Qtu
dents were m the plav cfwt The plaw was
xerx Nucnuxtul md was cntltled Come Let
Ls -Xdole Hlm
Ax the second semextu started xxe had
mothel xerx IITIDFQSSIXG athletlc trlumph
Thu was the basketball teams wunnmg, sea
Non VS e Hue not too fortunate m the Countx
or the Sectlonal Tournaments but nex erthe
lew xxe had 1 uolthvuhlle season
The next memorable dax as fal as holl
dax s were concerned was Easter The cholr
xx 1th manv Jumors 1n lts membershlp gaxe .1
xerx mce Cantata Follomng, the Easter re
cess track lmmedlately resumed The track
team albo brought home honors to the school
Wlth .1 ulnnlng season Another hlfzhllght
of the Xen sm-Q the Athletlc Banquet
As the days went bx we began to rea
me that thls xear too would soon be oxer
The most memorable actlxltv of the Junlor
dass xnxx the Prom One xx eek before
xt was to be g,1xen a mam Qcaxenger hunt
xx M on .it the school IdeaQ were many and
we knew that only one was to be chosen
After the ldea was chosen the propertles had
to be gathered Crepe paper cardboard wood
nalls mre palnt and many other thmgq be
gan to pour lnto the gym No one except the
Jumorw knew the motlf m WhlCh the gym uae
to be decorated It was hard work but a lot
of fun When the mght came for the Prom
and we saw exeryone enjoymg themfzelxes
wi linen that we had done qomethmg worth
Before the summer was ox er we were
more than anxlous to return to school We all
knew that we would be on the last lap when
school fmally opened m the fall of 1956 Soon
our daye at Morton would come to an end and
we would not have the guldance of our teach
ers officers and school chums It would be up
to us to make the declsxone
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we ws ould hke to thank .ill of the people who
haxe helped flll our years at Morton wlth so
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Wanita Beard. Sharon Lovett, and Mrs. Wogerman, Sponsor.
lion three: Frank Strother. Donald Towne. Fred Searcy. Roland Jack, Frank Oldhain, Hill l'aig'v.
and James Smith.
HE JUNIOR class, sponsored by Mrs.
Wogerman and Mr. Brewer, started their
third year of High School with a grand total
of twenty-one members. They have partici-
pated in almost every school activity.
There are two very outstanding scholars
in the Junior class who are members of the
National Honor Societyg these students are
Betty Craft and Donald Towne. Other out-
standing scholars are: Clifford McDermitt
and David Goins.
In the field of athletics the class was re-
presented by Clifford McDermitt, Frank
Strother, Bill Paige, Frank Oldham, Fred
Searcy, Vernon Grubbs, and Donald Towne.
James Smith was student manager for the
football, basketball, and track teams. Betty
Craft did an excellent job as one of our cheer-
Those who have done excellent work in
the Dancing classes are: Betty Craft, Wanita
Beard, Carmen Harbert, Florence Leth, and
There are also many Juniors in choir
and boys' chorus- These are: Judy Jordan,
Carmen Harbert, Wanita Beard, David Goins,
Clifford McDermitt, Vernon Grubbs, Ben
Hayden, and Roland Jack.
Those in 4-H are: Esther McCloud, Judy
Jordan, Janice Leth, Florence Leth, Wanita
Beard, Evelyn Smith, Carmen Harbert, Betty
Craft, and Sharon Lovett.
One of the biggest events of the Junior
year is the honor of decorating the gym-
nasium for the Junior-Senior Prom.
Row one: Beverly Bragdon, Mary Ann Sage, Fharlotte Skelton Betty Haidesty 'N mu I ek
Loretta Gossage, Evangeline Smith. and Sharon Born
Row two: Mr. Elliott, Sponsor: Freda Grubbs, Rose Smith Ina Shauel Shnon Cuiti
Rosemary Miller, Joice Craft, Frank Riggs, and Miss Piphel Sponsor
Row three: Sam Frye. Charles Krivanek, Daniel Beard Donald Buckley I un Hiishman
William Tuttle. and Larry Rupp.
HE SOPHOMORE class is composed of
twenty-three members sponsored by Miss
Pipher and Mr. Elliott.
This class is well represented in the
Honor Society by Larry Harshman, Donald
Buckley and Sam Frye. Other outstanding
scholars in this class are Sharon Curtis and
There are many students in the Sopho-
more class who are active in athletics. These
are: Sam Frye. Larry Rupp, Frank Riggs,
Charles Kriyanek, Daniel Beard, and Larry
Students taking part in musical organiz-
ations such as choir, boys' chorus, band
dance band and dancing are: Joice Craft,
Sharon Born, Freda Grubbs, Evangeline
Smith, Garnet Browning, Larry Rupp, Frank
Riggs, Daniel Beard, Bill Tuttle, Sam Frye,
Verne Douglas and Donald Buckley.
Evangeline Smith and Joice Craft have
done a wonderful job this past year as cheer-
Girls in -1-H and Art Club are: Sharon
Curtis, Beverly Bragdon, Nancy Jack, Joice
Craft, Evangeline Smith, Rosemary Miller,
Garnet Browning, Sharon Born, Mary Ann
Sage, Freda Grubbs, Loretta Gosage and
Rose Smith. Among these Freda Grubbs is
a Junior Leader in 4-H.
Row one: Donald Bragdon, Robert Collins, Martha Brewer, Elizalmeth Parsons, .Indy Shaw,
Mary Walters, Judy McCloud, James Jack, and Wendell Bragg.
F h Row two: Mr. Moon, Sponsorg George Smith. Jerry Blair, Robert Miller, Carl Billman, David
Lemons, James Childers, Frank Smith, James Woods, and Mrs. Guyatt, Sponsor.
Row three: Donald Dawson, John Grubbs, Keith Decker, Jack Darling, Eugene Vaughn.
Ronald Schuesler, Charles XVeaver. Ralph Curtis, and Charles Flint.
RS. GUYATT and Mr. Moon sponsored
the Freshman class through their first
year of Senior High School.
Adding to our Schools' High Scholastic
standings are the following Freshmen: Mary
Walters, Charles Weaver, Jim Woods, and
This class has shown much promise in
athletics in the coming years. They lost only
two games in their basketball season and are
proving themselves in other sports such as
track and volleyball. The athletes of this
class are: Ralph Curtis, Wendell Bragg, Jim
Woods, Eugene Vaughn, David Lemons, Jack
Darling, Carl Billman, Charles Flint, Keith
Decker, and George Smith.
The Freshman class has also contributed
largely to extra-curricular activities such as
band, dance band, dancing, boys' chorus,
choir, 4-H, and art. Members of the Fresh-
man class in these organizations are: Mary
Walters, Martha Brewer, Jim Woods, George
Smith, Jack Darling, Ralph Curtis, Wendell
Bragg, James Jack, Jim Childers, Charles
Weaver, Judy McCloud, Jerry Blair, Don
Bragdon, Eugene Vaughn, Charles Flint, and
From the participation and sportsman-
ship shown by this class it is obvious that
much can be expected from them in the years
Now one: l.:ii'ry Rupp, Carl lgllllllilll, Frank Uldliam, William Jordan. lfrank Strother. James Woods.
Ralph Curtis. Wendell l'lragg', and lien Hayden
Row two: .lames Smith. Student Blanager, Frank Smith. Daniel Heard. George Smith, John liull.
Charles XYeaver, Richard Nloreland. Clifford Mc-llerniitt. Sam Frye. Fred Searcy. Eugene Vaughn.
.lack llailing. and David Moms. Student Managti.
Row three: Mr. Brewer. Assistant Coach, Albert llarrington, Robert Rupp, John llarkovieh, James
Draper, .lames Hart, George XYheeler, Donald Buckley, Bill Paige, Charles Bragg, Ernest Minton,
and Mr. Moon, Coach.
NDER the excellent guidance of our new
Coach, Raymond Moon, and Assistant
Coach, Bill Brewer, the Tigers had a very
grueling season. Having lost several boys by
graduation last spring, the team lacked in
depth and experience in some positions. The
boys worked long and hard throughout the
season and came up with three wins against
The season started with the Kirklin
game. The Tigers fought hard and were tied
7-7 at the half. In the second half the
Tigermen couldn't score, while the Kirklin
team tallied twice to bring the score to 20-7
for our first defeat. We next traveled to
Brookville for a 12-6 victory over the Grey
hounds. The next game proved too much for
the Tigermen and they lost to Batesville, 25-6,
then to Cambridge and another heartbreaker
with Morton coming out on the small end
of a 14-6 verdict. But Morton came back
strong with a 40-20 victory over a small
Charlton team. Our next game proved that
the Tigers had power by defeating Jackson
Central 26-7. Our last game was lost to Alex-
andria 19-0. Despite the four losses, Morton
had a fine team and the boys tried their best
in every game.
The following senior boys represented
the team very well and they will be remem-
bered for their athletic accomplishments.
James Hart KLEJ James was one of the
best ends in the Conference, a hard runner,
fine pass receiver and a good defensive man.
Ernie Minton KREJ Ernie was perhaps
one of the hardest charging linemen Morton
had, he was always in the other team's back-
field making many tackles.
George Wheeler KQBJ George was per-
haps Morton's most versatile ball player, not
'iniy could he call the signals, but in the last
four games he played fullback and called the
signals too, a good hard runner and pass re-
Bob Rupp QLHJ The team had a fine
hard running ball player in Bobby. He could
always be depended upon for that extra yard.
John Hull QQBJ John finished the season
as the Tigers quarterback. He did a nice
job of running, blocking and passing
Albert Harrington CGD Al was plagued
with injuries this year, but did his best to
help Morton win.
James Draper CCJ James broke in at
center and filled a big hole very nicely. He
also did an excellent job at line backer.
Charles Bragg QGJ Chuck was always in
there opening holes and giving all he had. He
was a fine aggressive ball player.
John Markovich CED John never missed
a practice and was always in there trying to
help his team win.
Richard Moreland CCD Richard was al-
ways in there pitching. and could be de-
pended on any time he was called.
William Jordan IT-GJ Bill alternated be-
tween Guard and Tackle positions last fall. He
did a commendable job at either position.
Ifnderclasmen who deserve much recog-
nition for the past Football season were:
Donald Buckley. Daniel Beard, Sam Frye,
Fred Searcy, and Frank Strother.
HESE girls are very important in our
sports schedule. It is their duty to keep
the team's morale high and to organize the
student body in backing the team.
This year the cheerleaders, under the
guidance of Mrs. Brewer, led the students in
forming a cheering block for the County
Tourney. The block proved such a success at
the County, that a card section was added
for Sectional play.
This combination made its appearance
at the Sectional Tourney with the cheer-
ing block giving yells during the game and
the card section displaying a very large tiger
with the words Morton Tigers above.
Anita Smith, Joice Craft, Evangeline
Smith, and Betty Craft are to be congratf
ulated for the enthusiastic school spirit and
sportsmanship that every Morton student
showed throughout the past school year.
Kneeling: James Jack. Student Manager' Frank Strother .Iohn Hull. James Ilraper, Roluit Ri
Sam Frye, flhlll'l0S Bragg. and James Smith. Student Manager.
I Standing: Mr. Moon, Assistant Voaehg llziniel Beard. Bill Vziige. George Wheeler. .lame H
Reginald Stone. Ernest Minton. and Mr. Brewer. Coach.
HH MORTON Tigers started their third
season under Coach Bill Brewer late in
October with twenty-fiye boys reporting for
the first practice.
Making up this year's squad were senior
lettermen: James Hart, George Wheeler, Bob
Rupp, and Ernie Minton. Other seniors in-
cluded: Reginald Stone, James Draper, John
Hull, and Charles Bragg. Underclassmen on
the team were: Hill Paige, Frank Strother,
Sam Frye, and Daniel Beard.
The Tigers started the season rather
slowly, losing two of their first three games
by a total of four points. In losing these
games the boys gained valuable experience
and teamwork. The Tigers then had a winning
streak of four games before the season was
interrupted the last of December for Christ-
Returning from Christmas Vacation the
boys had three practices to prepare for their
game with Arlington, which they lost by a
margin of four points. The Tigers went on to
win the last game before the County Tour-
ney. Morton entered the County yery strong-
ly, reaching the final game only to be put out
Following the tourney the Tigers won
over New Salem, but lost their next game to
Morristown. Although losing to Morristown,
the Brewermen were not disheartened and
went on to win the next five games only to
end their season by losing the last two games
to very strong Waldron and Connersyille
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Row three: James Smith, Student Managerg James
George Wheeler, and James Jack. Student Manager
FTER completing a successful season in
basketball, the Tigers made preparations
for track. On Coach Eder's call, 29 boys re-
ported for practice. Several of these were
lettermen from last year's squad. Those re-
turning were: Ernie Minton. James Hart.
Bob Rupp, George Wheeler, Bill Paige, Sam
Frye, Clifford McDermitt, Norman Goins.
and Donald Buckley.
The 1957 season was slightly delayed
with the first four meets canceled because
of bad weather. On April 16, permissable
weather allowed the Tigers to open their sea-
son against Rushville. The first meet proved
to be very successful with Morton winning.
Morton track men captured several first
April 18, the Rush County Track Meet
was held on the Morton cinders. Those who
participated were: Carthage, Mays, Milroy,
New Salem and Morton.
The Tigers showed considerable strength
as they won 12 out of 13 first place ribbons.
James Hart of Morton set a new school rec-
ord in the Broad Jump with a jump of 21' S",
ry Rupp, VVendell Bragg, Frank Riggs, and Daniel
Ernest Minton, Charles Krivanek, and Clifford
llart, Bill Paige, Donald Buckley, Reginald Stone,
Tim Brown in 1955.
On April 213, the Tigers were hosts to
Wilkinson and Centerville in a tri-meet. Mor-
ton took top honors by a score of 69 to Center-
yille's 47 and Wilkinson's 19.
On April 26, the East Central Conference
meet was held on the Morton cinders. The
Edermen beat out second place Morristown by
2' 3 points and thereby won their second
trophy of the year.
April 230 was the date of the Tigers win
ov-er Cambridge City. Morton took 9 first
place while the Wampus Cats were winning
Morton ended the year unbeaten by down-
ing Deaf School 60-49, May 7. The meet was
the first held under the lights, and proved to
be very successful.
Two other school records were set during
the year. A 16 year old record was broken by
George Wheeler in the High Hurdles. The
record time now stands at 16.05 seconds.
Clifford McDermitt broke the other record by
lowering the mile mark to 4 :44.3.
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Frye, .lerry Brewer. Janie-s Woods, and John Markovich.
Row four: Larry Rupp. VYilliam Tuttle. liugene Vaughn. Vernon liriililis, and Yi-i'iie Ibong-lass,
NF UI" the music organizations that
plays an important role in the life at
Morton Memorial is the band. under the
direction of Mr. Walter Byers.
The band returned two weeks before
school began and started to prepare for the
State Fair Marching Contest. They did very
well in this contest placing twenty-third
among the ninety bands that participated.
The Morton Band is also honored on Legion
Day to play for the visitors and lead the
competing Legion Bands. Drum Corps, and
Drill Teams on the athletic field.
October brought another contest. the
State Marching Fontest which was again
held at Southport. The Morton Marching
Band received a second division in this con-
On March 15, the band participated in
the first Rush County Band Festival held in
Rushville Memorial Gym.
On April 6, the band completed the
year's activity by going to Centerville to
participate in the annual State Music Contest.
and received a first division rating.
llli IJANKF band is a very important
musical organization at Morton. lt is very
capably directed by Mr. Walter l-lyers. The
dance band participates in many ofthe school
The dance band is made up of advanced
members of the marching band interested in
The dance band's main activities are
playing for the Dance Revue and taking part
in the Legion Day and Homecoming activ-
ities. It also provides music for various school
activities and programs.
The dance band also gives programs,
along with the dance groups, before outside
organizations such as the IPALCO Club at
Indianapolis. The band also played two fea-
ture numbers at the Rush County Band Fes-
tival on March 15.
Row one: Miss Garrison. llirectorg Marilyn Browning, Judy Jordan. Diana Bragdon, Mary Walters.
Mary Ann Sage. David Goins, Donald Biagdon, Betty Craft, and Miss Chowning, Director.
lion two: Martha Brewer. Garnet Browning, Beverly Bragdon, Sharon Born, Loretta Gossage. Joice Craft,
.lane Glaze, Wanita Beard, Nancy Jack, and Carmen Harhert.
Row three: Gladys Hamilton, Mildred Oldham, Sharon Lovett, Anita Smith, Evelyn Smith, Joann
Weatherlee, Charlene Flint, Vernon Gruhbs, Albert Harrington, David Leth, and James Draper.
Row four: Jerry Brewer, George Smith, Daniel Beard, Jack Darling, Eugene Vaughn, Ronald Schuesler,
James Woods. Clifford Mt-Dermitt, and Richard Moreland.
HE MOST active organization in the
Morton music department is the choir.
The choir is directed by Miss Mamie Garrison
and Mrs. Dorothy Wright.
This organization plays an important
role in our religious program every Sunday.
It also presents the annual Christmas and
Easter Cantatas. Other activities in which
the choir participates are: Legion Day, GAR
Day, and many special trips.
On April six, the choir traveled to Cen-
terville to participate in the annual State
Music Contest. There it received a Second
OYS' CHORUS had a late start this year
due to the number of boys engaged in
athletics and other extracurricular activities.
Under the direction of Miss Chowning the
Boys' Chorus started practicing, late in the
first semester, on new songs for the contest
and other activities.
At the begining of the second semester,
Miss Carol Chowning passed away to every-
ones regret. Mrs. Dorothy Wright took over
the Boys' Chorus.
On the sixth of April, the Boys' Chorus
went to Centerville to participate in the an-
nual State Music Contest in which the boys
came through with another first division.
for the fifth straight year.
Row one: Gladys Hamilton, Evelyn Smith, Sharon Born, Reginald Stone, David Goins. Ralph
Curtis, Charles Weaver, Sam Frye, and Bill Paige.
Row two: Betty Craft, Ernest Minton, Larry Rupp, Mr. Byers, Director: James llart. llavid
Leth, Frank Strother, James Smith. James Woods, und Jerry Brewer.
Row one: Betty Craft, Accompanistg Lorenza Beard, Robert Rupp, Roland Jack, Charles Bragg,
William Jordan, Norman Goins, Gary Lemons, and Miss Chowning, Director.
, Row two: Eddie Ferguson, Wendell Bragg, Jerry Brewer, Robert Mullett, Clifford Mcllermitt,
James Draper, Richard Moreland, and James Jack.
Row three: Albert Harrington, Jerry Blair, John Markovich, Ronald Schuesler, Eugene Vaughn,
Carl Gilmore, John Hull, and George Smith.
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tlR'l'tlN'S seniors presented their annual
play on March 28 to a large audience
composed of the student hody and outside
visitors. This play, entitled 'The Green Man"
was very capahly directed hy Mr. Vraig who
also did an excellent jolt with the actors'
This year's play was entirely different
front any given previously. lt was a first
class inystery. eoinplete with a murder and
plenty ot suspense.
The audience was kept on edge during
the play with a murder in the first act. an
attempted murder in the second act. and the
l'1'X't'2lllllQtll the killer in the last act.
The play proved a success with everyone
trying: to solve the mystery.
HIC l'HO'l'0tiHAI'HY Vluh was directed
this year hy Mr. lilzey. The fourteen hoys
who were interested in photography were
divided into two groups which met on Monday
and Thursday evenings. They were taught
how to develop film. make prints and enlarge
This cluh has proved to he very helpful
in the work on the Retrospect. Also, the boys
developed and made prints for students in the
This cluh has proved to he very successf
ful and is very useful for those hoys not part-
icipating: in sports. who need a holmhy for
their spare time.
HE MORTON Echo is edited and printed
semi-monthly during the school year hy
the students. The Echo staff has done an
excellent jolt this past year in covering: all
events which have taken place in or around
the school. Some of these events were: Fluh
meetings, Sports, Trips, Dances, and other
types of school interest stories.
Our faculty advisor, Mrs. Post, has done
an outstanding jolt in guiding: the students.
The Editor of the staff this past year was
,Io Ann XVeatherhee. The following students
helped as reporters: Gladys Hamilton. Hill
Jordan, Varl Gilmore. Norman Goins. John
Blarkovich, and Reginald Stone.
Your Arouiid Activities
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llE CENTER for social activities for stu-
dents of all ages at the Home is Townhall.
lt is here that one can enjoy anything from
a fast basketball game to a nice slow dance
with his favorite dancing partner. Townhall
is equipped with a large gymnasium, pool
room. visiting room, student store. dancing
room and the club meeting room in the up-
The pool room has two tables, on which
Senior High School boys can pass the eve-
ning with a round of billiards or rotation. lt
is a lot of fun to try even if one is not a pro-
The dancing room was redecorated last
winter. and with the juke box, it is a good
place to forget one's cares and have a lot of
The Student Store is probably the most
outstanding part ot' Townhall. lt has a soda
fountain and booths that are equal to any
other in usefulness and style. One can buy
candy. gum. ice cream. pop. and pop corn at
the counters in the front part. ln the hack
room cosmetics. trinkets. and many other
things are sold.
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for the .lunior Vhapel. dance practice rooms.
the lloy Scout and the l'liotof'lul1 rooms.
The lloys go at regular intervals to the
llarber Shop which is located in the lower
part of the building. Adjoining the Barber
Shop is the lleanty Shop where the girls can
go to have their grooming needs attended.
OR THE first time in the history of the
Home, the students enjoyed a Christmas
vacation off the campus. Some went to par-
ental homesg others were taken into the
homes of the American Legion members and
given a wonderful Vhristmas vacation.
On Friday evening, the day before leav-
ing, the students attended the annual Christ-
mas play, which was very ably directed by
Mr. Vraig. After the play Santa Claus came:
then the senior boys went caroling around the
Home campus. Early Saturday morning the
students prepared to leave for a week of re-
laxation and pleasure.
Homecoming the following Sunday was
a happy affair with a movie at Lincoln Hall.
The t1'aditional New Year's Eve dance was
held on Monday night.
HE SUMMER Camp is enjoyed by all
students who do not have the privilege oi'
enjoying a vacation for the summer. They
have all kinds of activities. such as swime
ming. fishing. hiking in the woods. volley
hall, liasehall. and various other sports. if
they wish to participate.
The students spend at least one week
at camp. if they wish to do so. There are
many good times had there during their stay.
The summer camp was operated by Mr.
and Mrs. McGinnidy. of Fonnersville. last
5 IYISIUN lift- is wry' importziiit tu Mm'-
tmfs stitch-rits. It is whorv they live. spomi
must ut' thvir lvisurv time and do their
sttidit-s. The studs-nts art- under thv guicizmce
tif ai gmc-i'iit-ss, ui'z151rJX'vriiur and goveriwss.
'l'ht-sv pt-tiplv do am excelivnt job in
see-ing that the students do their part in
ketpiwg thc division clvzin and in hvlping
tht-:ti gt-t nlumr with each other. Hi
hospital for good medical attention
l'ntler the capable supervision ot' Dr
Leonard Wiatt. Mrs. Vollins and tht
stall. such minor ailments as cuts
ne-ssc-s are cared for at Indianapolis
We also have a well-equipped Denta
tltiice under the direction ot' Dr
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VERY Sunday afternoon the students at Morton Memorial attend
church services at Lincoln Hall. Mr. John Bennett, the Home Chaplain,
conducts the service. Mr. Bennett also counsels with the students who wish
to talk over their religious and personal problems.
After the regular church service, the students attend Sunday School
classes held at various locations on the campus.
The students of the first five grades meet each Sunday afternoon for
a forty-five minute service in the Junior Chapel. There they sing hymns
and have their Sunday School lessons. This group also participates in
Bible memory work.
The Junior and Senior students have the privilege of attending the
church of their choice, on Sunday morning, at Knightstown. The Catholic
students may attend Mass at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church.
llli MURTON students can al-
ways look to our well-equipped
bruises. and stomach aches are cared
tor. 'l'host- students with serious ill-
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