Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)
- Class of 1959
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Seated: Mrs. Leisure, Mrs. Fort, Mrs. Windsor, and Mrs. Craig.
Standing: Mrs. Mc-Shurley, Mrs. Andis, Mrs. Osborn, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Rhoudes, Miss Allison, Mrs. Wright. Hrs.
Clark, and Mrs. Woods.
Indiana State, B. S.
l'. E., Health
Track and Cross Country
Indiana State, B. S.
Indiana U., L. L. B.
U. S. History, Civics,
NI R. ROBERT W.
Indiana State, A. B.
Texas Western, B. S.
P. E., General Science-
Haselmall and Basketball
Indiana State, B. A.
Indiana U., A. M.
MR. NEIL J.
Purdue University, B. S.
Ball State, B. S.
Ball State, B. S.
Indiana Central College
University of Alabama
B. S. School Librarian
Ball State, B. S.
Earlham College, B. S.
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Band, Dance Band
lnclianu U., B. S.
Ashbury College, B. A.
Indiana University, M. S.
University uf Kansas
B. A. Art
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Indiana State, Central Battle Creek, B. S. Ball Smu-
Normal, A. B.
Health. P. E.
M R. ORYN L.
imlelaiul City C. B. S.
Ball State, B. S.
Indiana L'niversity. B. S.
Indiana State, B. A.
State College, B. S,
Ball State, B. S.
Oakland City C., B. S.
Ball State, ll. S.
Ball State, B. S.
E, THE Seniors of nineteen hundred
and fifty-nine, have in our hearts many
cherished memories gained throughout our
high school years here at Morton.
So, we would like for all of you to turn
back the calendar four years and relive these
memories with us.
August 29, 1955, we entered our Fresh-
man year with twenty-eight students. Miss
Hayes and Mr. Elliott were our class spon-
sors. We sincerely thank them for getting us
started in high school.
Being a "freshman student" each boy
and girl put forth all his effort in new and
different activities Each boy well-represent-
ed the class with his achievement in football,
and Morton won two games out of three.
Before we knew it, football was over and
the basketball season was now in session. The
boys worked their very best and they can
prove it with their basketball record of four
wins out of five games.
The year was really flying. Before long,
we were in the second semester. Basketball
was over for us and track was starting. Half
of the boys in the class signed up for the
team and worked just as hard as the boys
who were older and more experienced and
the track season was a great success.
Then came Award Day. A number of
the students were rewarded for their talents,
interests, and participation in school and
After the first week in June, school was
out and the students were happy and high
spirited after this successful completion of
the first high school year.
enior Class History
Summer vacation passed quickly and we
entered our Sophomore year on August 27.
Much to our regret, five of our class-
mates did not return. These absences de-
creased our class enrollment to twenty-three
Many of the boys returned once more
for football practice. There was also a num-
ber of the Sophomores representing the class
with much hard work and practice in choir.
band, dancing, and dance band.
The second semester went over with a
bang. Morton's basketball team was very
successful and we were proud of the contrib-
ution of our boys. The choir and band receiv-
ed first in the State Music Contest.
Three members of the Sophomore class
were honored by being initiated into the
National Honor Society. They received pins
and certifcates for their scholastic achieve-
ments on Award Day.
It wasn't long until school was dismissed
once again for the summer months.
The three months of summer vacation
went by as fast as rippling water over a water
fall. It was now August 26, 1957, and we were
ready to begin our Junior year. The first
semester found us with nineteen students.
We were still well-represented in the
music department. Two girls were in dancing.
two in dance band, six in choir, and four in
Sports again played a prominent role in
the lives of our Junior boys. On Award Day
four of the Junior boys won letters for base-
ball, one for cross country: four for varsity
basketballg and three for the B-team. We
were represented in track with six members
on the varsity squad.
Senior Class History
Perhaps the biggest and most enjoyable
event of the year was the decorating of the
school gym for the prom. On Prom evening,
we received many compliments on our good
work. But we must honestly say that most of
the credit should go to Mr. Wright.
Two days after the prom, Commencement
came. There were many tears for the friends,
whom we were losing, but we found ourselves
realizing that we, too, would soon be leaving.
So it was with this feeling of loss and antic-
ipation that our Junior year ended.
Summertime passed quickly and we re-
turned to the halls of Morton to begin our
Senior year. We regret that not all of our
classmates made it back to graduate with
us. The class now only had fifteen students.
We wish to thank Miss Pipher and Mr. Elliott
for being such fine sponsor teachers to us,
and we appreciate all of their help.
Being Seniors, we began to think ser-
iously of the vocations that would govern
our future lives.
Each member of the class worked hard
at everything he did. The elected class offi-
cers were: Donald Buckley, Presidentg Joyce
Craft, Vice-President, Frank Riggs, Secre-
tary, and Daniel Beard, Treasurer.
Our class play, like the Christmas play.
went over successfully. We wish to express
our thanks to Mr. Craig for helping us make
it a success.
Among the most enjoyable and out-
standing events of the year were the Senior
Trip, Baccalaureate, the Senior Banquet, and
the Junior and Senior Prom.
Saturday, May 23, brought Commence-
ment. As we sat on the stage, many thoughts
rushed through our minds. We remembered
things that we would have done differently,
if we had a chance to do them again. We
remembered the many friends we had made
throughout our years and how they had
stood by us through our joys and sorrows.
We hope that you have enjoyed reading
our brief high school history. Now, from the
warmth of our hearts, we wish to say thank
you, one and all, and May God bless you
Last Will and Testament
PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER
ACADEMIC. Football 1-25 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 35 Track 1-2-3-45 Volleyball 1-25 Band 3-45 Choir 3--lg
Dance Band 45 Boys' State 35 Art Club 1-2-3-45 Oratorical Contest 45 National Honor Society 2-3--15 Color Guard 1-2:
Christmas Play 45 Senior Play 45 Photography Club 2-3-45 Retrospect Staff 4.
HOME ECONOMICS and COMMERCIAL. Cheerleader 2-3-45 Art Club 3-45 Dancing 1-2-35 Choir 2-3-45 Senior
Play 4, Christmas Play 45 4-H Club 2-3-45 Retrospect Staff 4.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS. Basketball 1-2-35 Cross Country 35 Track 2-3-45 Volleyball 1-25 Photography Club 35 Dance
Band 3-45 Band 1-2-3-45 Christmas Play 45 Senior Play 45 Art Club 1-2-3-45 Oratorical Contest 45 Retrospect Staff 4.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS. Football 1-25 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 3-45 Cross Country 3-45 Track 1-2-3-45 Volleyball
1-2-45 Choir 1-2-3-45 Band 3-45 Photography Club 2-3-45 Christmas Play 45 Senior Play 45 Color Guard 1-2-35
Retrospect Staff 4.
I, Donald Buckley, being of large body
and questionable mind, will all my posses-
sions to my brother Larry. I leave my ability
to play basketball to Larry, and my height
to Jack Darling! I also will my place in the
meat shop to Larry fWatch your fingersll,
and the best of luck to the future athletes of
I, Joice Craft, being of big brains and
larger body, do hereby leave the following:
To Elaine, I leave my place in front of the
T. V. when Bat Masterson comes on. To Patty
Parsons, I leave my sample shoes, may she
find some like them. To Dorothy, I leave my
ability to get along with the boys, also the
governess. To Della, I leave the ability to
find the right boy. To Pat Hardesty, I leave
I, Frank Riggs, being of feeble mind and
even weaker body, do hereby will the follow-
ing: To Mike, I leave my place in the barn.
To Windy, I leave my lockers. Now, if it looks
like I haven't left much it is because I don't
have much, and what I do have I will need
after I leave.
I, Daniel Beard, being of small mind and
tiny body do hereby leave the following: To
my brother, Lorenza, my ability to get along
with people and the keys to my locker. fSo
you won't have to pick the lock, Lonzol. To
Larry Buckley, I leave my locker. To Denise.
I leave my orange jacket. To Mr. and Mrs.
Asher, the best of luck with the rest of the
gang. To James Childers, I leave my "How
To Stay Skinny" book. To Division 27 I leave
peace and best of luck to all.
COMMERCIAL. Cheerleader 2-3-43 Echo Staff 3-43 Art Club I-2-3-4: Dancing 1-2-3-43 Christmas Play 43 Senioi
l'lay 43 -1-II Club l-2-Il-43 Retrospect Staff 4.
ACADEMIC. Football I-23 Basketball 1-2-Il-43 Baseball Ii-43 Track l-2-3-43 Volleyball 1-2-3-43 Boys' State 33
Photography Club l-23 Band 1-2-3-43 Dance Band 2-3-43 Christmas Play 43 Senior Play 43 Oratorical Contest 43
National Ilonor Society 2-Il-43 Retrospect Staff 4.
COIVIMERCIAII. Choir Il-4, Girls' State 343 Dancing I-23 Christmas Play 43 Senior Play 4g Uratorical Contest Ji-43
4-ll Club l-2-Sl-43 Retrospect Staff 4.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS. Football 13 Basketball 1-23 Volleyball 353 Band l-2-3-43 Christmas Play 43 Art Club I-2-Il-43
Senior Play 43 Retrospect Staff 4.
Last Will and Testament
I, Evangeline Smith, being capable of al-
most anything, do hereby leave the following:
To my brother Frank, love and luck in his
senior year. To Della, Sandy, and Reda, my
ability to finish school and make good on the
outside. My cheerleading suit I leave to
Elaine. To Denise Beard, I leave my bigness.
To Phil Locke, the best of luck, always.
I, Samuel Frye, being of monstrous mind
and small body do hereby will and bequeath
the following: To Hawk half of my third of
S. S. Sz B. lockers Inc. To Mulligan, the other
half. To Bent, my "little brother", my ability
to be tall and what few belongings I leave
behind. To Kay my place on the basketball
floor may he play as much as I did. My place
in band and dance band to anyone who can fill
it. To everyone I wish the best of luck.
I, Freda Grubbs, being of sound mind and
body, hereby leave the following: To my
brother, Mike, and 'Judy Shaw, the ability
to graduate. To Gladys Goins, "our secret".
To Reda, the dresser in 22's. May she fill it
as I did. To Mr. Craig, the ability to find
someone to sew on his markers. To everyone
in the Home "THANK YOU" for all you have
done for me.
I, Verne Douglass, being of large foun-
dation and small body, bequeath the follow-
ing: To Frank fSniffJ Smith, I leave my
ability to keep my mouth shut when I should.
To Larry Buckley, I leave my size 12 shoes.
To Larry Tyler and Bill Hartley, I leave my
ability to play snare drums. To the oncoming
Seniors, I leave the best of luck.
ACADEMIC. Football 1-25 Basketball 1-2-35 Track 1-2-3-45 Cross Country 45 Boys' State 35 Photography Club
2-3-45 Christmas Play 45 Senior Play 45 Echo Staff 35 Color Guard 1-2-35 Oratorical Contest -15 National Honor
Society 2-3-45 Retrospect Staff 4.
COMMERCIAL. Art Club 1-2-3-45 Choir 1-2-3-45 Girls' State 35 Dance Band Z-3-45 Christmas Play 15 S.-nior
Play 45 Retrospect Staff 4.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS. Football 1-25 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 3-45 Track 1-2-3-45 Boys' Chorus I-25 Dance Band
1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-3-45 Choir 1-2-3-45 Christmas Play 45 Senior Play 45 Boys' Quartette 1-2-35 Retrospect Staff 4.
HOME ECONOMICS and COMMERCIAL. Art Club 15 Choir I-2-Z3-45 Christmas Play 2-45 Senior Play -15 Retro-
spect Staif 4.
Last Will and Testament
I, Larry "Lingo" Harshman, being of
sound mind and body, bequeath the following:
To my brother Arnold, my lock and keys, and
my ability to get along in school, To Janice,
my sister, the ability to finish school. To
Gladys "Jo Ann", I leave all my love and
hope she remembers me always. I hope she
enjoys her next two years of school and in-
vites me to her graduation. To all my friends,
I leave the hope that the coming years favor
I, Sharon Rose Born, being of tangled
mind and medium body do hereby leave the
following will and testament. To Ruthie, my
place in dance band. May she also be a suc-
cessful soloist. To Della, my ability to get to
dance practice on time. I leave Jeannie and
Mary some peace-make good use of it, sis-
ters. To Division 23, my thanks for every-
thing. To the oncoming Seniors-Good Luck!
I, Larry Joe Rupp, being of large mind
with an exceptionally well talented body, do
hereby will the following: To Jerry Sanders
CLittle Brotherl my ability to sing and dance.
May he do better than I! To the Walters fam-
ily, the best, especially Della and Wesley.
My thanks go to Mr. and Mrs. Cortner, Mr.
Craig, and Mr. Wright, and everyone who has
made the Home very pleasant and wondgrful
for me. God Bless you all.
I, Beverley Bragdon, being of medium
mind and strong body, leave to the following:
To my little brother, Donnie, I leave all my
love and best wishes for his last year at Mor-
ton. To Pixie, I leave my ability to stay out
of trouble. To Jackie. I leave my movie star
collection. To Bert. Midgie. and Sandie. I
leave best wishes for the future. To Danny.
I leave all of my love. To Linda. I leave my
choir robe, and to 21's I leave peace!
MARY ANN SAGE
COMMERCIAL. Art Club lg Choir l-2-Ii-4, Christmas Play 4: Senior l'luy -lg -1-ll
Club I-2-I!-45 Oratorical Contest 43 Retrospect Staff 4.
HOME ECONOMICS. 4-ll Club Il-43 Senior Play 41 Retrospect, Stuff 4.
HOME ECUNOMICS. Choir Zi-43 Senior Play 4. Retrospect Staff 4.
Last Will and Testament
I, Mary Ann Sage, being of fat body and
wee mind do hereby will the following: To
Johnny, all my love and luck. To Di, a reduc-
ing plan whereby she can eat all she wants,
To Dora, sleeping pills. I will to Gladys my
white dress, may she get more "wears" from
it that I. To Mary Walters, the material for
her prom dress. To Della, a piano player for
her dances. Last but not least to Claudia and
Lee, boy friends. Good luck to all that re-
main here after I'm gone.
I, Charlotte Skelton, being of wee brain
and even smaller body, do hereby leave the
following: To Phyllis, my record of "Elvis
Sails". To Janice, my ability to win at check-
ers. To Patty Parsons. I leave my personality
and luck in her future years. To Martha Par-
sons, I leave my good looks. May she do more
with them than I. To Mr. and Mrs. Cortner,
thanks for all they have done for me. To the
oncoming Seniors, the best of luck.
I, Betty Hardesty, being of tangled mind
and big body, do hereby leave the following:
To my sister, Pat, I leave all my love and the
best of luck. To Sharon and Judy, best of luck
always. To Lottie Sanders, I leave my bunk
and drawer. To Patty Parsons, I leave my
place in choir. To Ardeen Dale, I leave my bed.
May it treat her better than it did me. To Mr.
and Mrs. Cortner and all the officals I leave
my thanks. Best of Luck to the future
LIKES-People who are easy to get along with.
FAVORITE or to be rich.
DISLIKES-Two faced people
AMBITION-To go around the world.
SU BJ ECT-Agriculture
FAVORITE FOOD-Pizza and Cokes
FAVORITE SONG-"My Happiness"
AMBITION-To be happiely married, to Frank.
MOTTO-"Do unto others as you would have
them do unto you, but do it first!"
FAVORITE SUBJECT-Office practice
MOTTO-"Anything you do, I'll do better."
G. cars and The Everly Brothers
FAVORITE FOOD-Ice Cream and Ginger Ale
FAVORITE SONG-"Love of Thy Life"
-To be a successful singer.
SUBJECT-Shorthand and Music
LIKES-To mind my own business
DISLIKES-People who think they are better
FAVORITE FOOD-Breaded Tenderloin
AMBITION-To become an Engineer
MOTTO-"When you can't say anything'
MOTTO--"If you want something bad enough-
don't give up-you can win it!"
DISLIKES-People in general
FAVORITE FOOD-Vegtables on bread
FAVORITE SONG-"Devoted to You"
FAVORITE SPORT-Track and basketball
AMBITION-To be a dental assistant
FAVORITE SUBJECT-Oiiice Practice
MOTTO-"That's life-and you have to live it."
about people, don't say anything at all."
LIKES-Pee Wee and sports
DISLIKES-Dogging and gripey people
FAVORITE FOOD-Country fried ham
AMBITION-To be a success in life
MOTTO-"Don't believe anything you hear and
only half of what you see."
DISLIKES-People who think they're better than
AMBITION-To become a "Head Shrinker"
MOTTO-"Success is the colmination of all things
FAVORITE FOOD-Cheeseburgers and French
FAVORITE SONG-"To Know Him Is To Love
AMBITION-To marry and be happy
FAVORITE SUBJECT-Office Practice
MOTTO-"Look to the future. forget the past."
BETTY HARDESTY MARY ANN SAGE
DISLIKES-People who plot against other people. DISLIKES-Unfriendly people
FAVORITE FOOD-Hamburgers and French FAVORITE FOOD-Sardines
Fries FAVORITE SONG-"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"
FAVORITE SONG-"Love Of My Life" FAVORITE SPORT-T1-ack and basketball
FAVORITE SPORT-Track and basketball AMBITION-To have a career and marriage
AMBITION-T0 be 21 farmers Wife- FAVORITE SUBJECT-Driver Training
FAVORITE SUBJECT-Driver Training
MOTTO-"It's a good idea to keep your words
soft and sweet-you never know when you
to eat them."
NICKNAME-"Lingo" and "Squint"
AMBITION-Save up enough money for u home.
MOTTO-"Don't try to he 'something' or 'somo-
one' you are not."
AMBITION-Have a good business
MOTTO-"Take it easy."
LIKES-Girls and sports
DISLIKES-People who think they
FAVORITE FOOD-Steaks and Chili
, "Double", "Golf Club", and
FAVORITE SONG-"All of a Sudden My Heart
AMBITION-To see Mr. Eder Rock and Roll
MOTTO-"If it is worth having. work for it."
MOTTO-"Do unto others as they would do unto
you, only do it first."
LIKES-Just about everything
DISLIKES-Nothing at the moment
FOOD-Pizza and brown gravy
SONG-All of Elvis'
AMBITION-To go to Germany
SUBJ ECT-Driver Training
MOTTO--"That's the way the mop flops."
NICKNAM E-"Pee Wee"
SONG-"To Know Him is to Love
SU BJECT-Driver Training
AMBITION-To be successful
MOTTO-"Live and let live."
Row om-: G1-urge Smith, .lumly Slinw, .lmly Nlvllloilll, .lo Robertson, ldlizulwtli l'zu'sons. Martha llrewer, Charles
l"lint, :intl llonulml liraigdoii,
Row Iwo: Mr. Zook, Spmisurg lizilph Vurtis, .Innws .l:u'lc, Wm-nmlc-ll llraigg, .luck ll2ll'lllljI, Uh:n'l4-s Weaver, and Mrs.
Row thru-: l"rzuili Smith. Furl llillnmn, Keith Ili-vker, .l1lllll'S Childers, and liolu-rt Miller.
HE JUNIOR class, sponsored by Mrs.
Hunsinger and Mr. Zook, has participated
in almost every school activity available dur-
ing the past year.
Members of the Honor Society are: Mary
Walters, Charles Weaver, Ralph Curtis. and
Athletes from the Junior class include:
Ralph Curtis, Charles Flint. Wendell Bragg.
George Smith, Jack Darling, Charles Weaver,
Keith Decker, and Frank Smith. Donald
Bragdon was the Student Manager.
Mary Walters did a wonderful job as
cheerleader during the basketball season.
The class is well represented in such
extra-curricular activities, as Choir, Band,
Dance Band, 4-H, and Art.
Row one: Larry Buckley, Martha Parsons, Ed Ferguson, Sandra Miller, Reda Decker, Sharon McCloud, Mollie
Brannon, and Bill Allen.
Row two: Mr. Post, Sponsor, Pat Hardesty, Gladys Goins, Della Walters, Larry Johnson, Rebecca Oldham, and Miss
Row three: Jerry Vaughan, .lohn Goins, Lorenza Beard, .Ierry Sanders, Bob Allen, and Gary Lemons.
HE SOPHOMORE class, sponsored by
Miss Knowles and Mr. Post, is composed
of twenty-two members.
This class is well represented in almost
all school activities.
Among the leaders ranking high scho-
lastically are the following: Larry Buckley.
Gary Lemons, Jerry Sanders, Della Walt-ers.
and Sharon McCloud.
Much promise has been shown by the
Sophomores in athletics this year. The exper-
ience and skill they have gained should prove
invaluable in sports competition next year.
These Sophomore athletes are: Robert Allen,
Bill Allen, Lorenza Beard, Larry Buckley, Ed
Ferguson, John Goins, Jerry Vaughan, Gary
Lemons, and Larry Johnson.
The class is represented in organizations
such as Choir, Band, Dance Band, Art Club.
Dancing, and 4-H Club. Members of these
clubs are: Robert Allen, Lorenza Beard, Gary
Lemons, Larry Buckley, Ed Ferguson, John
Goins, Della Walters, Elaine Weatherbee.
Sandra Miller, Gladys Goins, Martha Parsons,
Reda Decker, Sharon McCloud, Rebecca
Oldham, and Patricia Hardesty.
Row one: Arnold Ilzirshnmn, Margaret Brewer, Linclu l'zulg'ett, lflluino Weatlierlree, Claudia Hill, Linda Garrett.,
Ruth White, Sharon Panlgvtt, and Vern Hales.
Row two: Mr. l'I1lm-r, Sponsor, Jerry Richardson, James Ditton, Victor Mullctt, Dorothy Crouch, Phyllis Cole,
Madeline Miller, llnrlem- Czunpbm-ll, Graco Cline, and Mrs. Strirklaml, Sponsor.
Row three: llzivid Angel, Bill Brewer, James Frye, Raymond Tincher, Virgil Fultz, Bill Bain, George Cook,
Hob Gl'l'l'lll', Paul Hazelwood, and Mike Grubbs.
OR ITS first year in Senior High, the
Freshmen class started with twenty
members. The class was sponsored by Mrs.
Strickland and Mr. Eder.
During the school year the members with
high scholastic attainments in the class were:
Claudia Hill, James Frye, Arnold Harshman,
Alberta Johnson, Bill Bain and Linda Garrett.
Although the Freshmen team didn't pro-
duce outstanding results in basketball, the
members deserve much credit for the efforts
they put forth in that sport as well as in base-
ball, volleyball, and track.
This Freshmen group is an up and com-
ing power in the field of sports. The members
in the sports arena wcrc: Mike Grubbs, Paul
Hazelwood, Jerry Richardson. James Ditton,
Victor Mullett, Virgil Fultz, Arnold Harsh-
man, Bill Bain, and James Frye.
In the past year, the Freshmen class
members have participated in many school
activities such as: Choir, Band, Art Club, 4-H
Club, and Dancing. The members who have
taken part in these organizations are: Mike
Grubbs, Virgil Fultz, Grace Cline, Linda
Garrett, Bill Brewer, Ruth White, Madeline
Miller, Sharon Padgett, Dorothy Crouch,
Darlene Campbell, Claudia Hill, Alberta
Johnson, Linda Padgett, Victor Mullett,
James Frye, and Elaine Weatherbee.
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Kneeling: l,:n'ry Johnson, Sam Frye, Ralph Curtis, George Smith, Paul Hazelwood, Wendell Bragg, :incl lioh Miller.
Standing: Keith Ilockcr, Student Nlzinagerg James Frye, Larry Rupp, Larry Buckley, .lack llarling, Daniel Beard,
llorenza Heard, and Ed Ferguson, Student Manager.
HE MORTON baseball team participated
in its second season under the direction of
coach Mr. William Brewer and his assistant,
Mr. Neil Zook.
The Morton Tigers opened their season
with Carthage, the the Carthage Raiders nip-
ped the Tigers on the Carthage diamond by a
score of 6-5.
The second game for the Tigers was with
Milroy. Milroy came out on top with a 5-2
The Tigers traveled to Manilla on Sep-
tember 12. 1958 for their third game and re-
turned home on the short end of a 17-0 score.
The Tigers traveled to Arlington for
their fourth game but were defeated by a 5-0
Finally the string of defeats was broken
by a 1-0 victory over New Salem on the New
But again defeat dogged the Tigers in
the last game of the season with Milroy in the
County Tourney. Here the Tigers were down-
ed by a 7-5 score.
This year's squad showed much prom-
ise for the development into a fine squad
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HE MORTON Kits had a fine season as
compared to the last few seasons, winning
8 and losing 10. They too lacked in height in
some departments but made up for it in their
teamwork and fine play which rapidly devel-
oped throughout the season.
HE MORTON Tigers entered the county
tourney with a record of 4 Wins and 6
losses. The Tigers lost their first game to
Manilla, 47 - 39.
HE MORTON Tigers drew New Salem in
the first game of the Sectional Tourney.
The Tigers entered the tourney with a
record of 8 wins against ll defeats. This
record left the Tigers facing the odds against
the Rush County Champs, the New Salem
Eagles. The Tigers lost the game, 77 to 55.
THROUGHOUT the basketball season this
year, the Cheerleaders were to be con-
gratulated for their important role in keep-
ing the team's morale high and organizing
the student body in their backing of the
Joice Craft, Evangeline Smith, Alberta
Johnson, and Mary Walters have helped to
promote an enthusiastic school spirit and
good sportsmanship throughout the school
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Kneeling: .lorry Vaughan. John Goins, Paul Hazelwood, Bill Allen, Jerry Sanders, Carl Billnmn. and Ed F1-i'g'uson
Standing: Mr. B1'0wcr,Coachg Keith Decker, Gary Lemons, Frank Smith, Bob Allen, George Smith, James Frye,
Miko Grulmlms, and Mr. Zook, Assistant Coach.
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Standing: Coach Ralph Eder, Charles Weaver, Bob Allen, Gary Lemons, and George Smith.
ORTON Memorial participated in Cross
Country for the second time in the
history of the school. The squad, made up of
boys who were interested in the sport. was
coached by Mr. Eder.
The members of the squad were: Daniel
Beard, Robert Allen, Lorenza Beard, Jerry
Vaughan, Ed Ferguson. Gary Lemons. and
On Monday. September 8, the squad
traveled to Spiceland to take its first victory
from Spiceland 335 to 24. The Tigers placed
7 runners in the top 10.
The Tigers again showed their strength
and spirit in the following meet with Spice-
land and Middletown by defeating them
33-57-45. This meet was held at Middletown
on September 18.
On October 1, the Conference Meet was
held. With Morristown winning with 19,
Morton received second with 91, followed by
Knightstown 95, and Spiceland 103. Other
teams entered were: Carthage, Centerville,
Union City, and Liberty.
On October 21, the Tigers traveled to
Indianapolis for the Cross Country Sectional,
where they placed 23rd. This ended the sea-
son for Morton. The boys did a fine job. Bet-
ter luck in the Sectional and all your meets
next year. fellows.
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Seated: Gary Lemons, Larry Johnson, Ed Ferguson, Larry Rupp, Sam Frye, Raymond Tincher, Carl Billman, Lorenza
Beard, and Bill Bain.
Kneeling: Mike Grubbs, Arnold Harshman, Charles Weaver, Larry Harshman, Wendell Bragg, Charles Flint, James
Ditton, Ralph Curtis, and Bill Allen.
Standing: Daniel Beard, Keith Decker, Larry Buckley, Don Buckley, Jack Darling, Bob Allen, Frank Smith, George
Smith, James Frye, and Mr. Eder, Coach.
FTER doing a fine job in basketball, the
Tigers prepared for the 1959 track sea-
son. When Coach Eder called for boys to re-
port for track, 28 boys answered the call.
They were: Bob All-en, Ed Ferguson, Frank
Smith, Jack Darling, George Smith, James
Frye, Mike Grubbs, Carl Billman, Bill Allen,
Wendell Bragg, Gary Lemons, Keith Decker,
Jerry Vaughan, Larry Buckley, James Ditton,
Charles Weaver, Raymond Tinch-er, Lorenza
Beard, Larry Johnson, Arnold Harshman,
Charles Flint, and Ralph Curtis. Senior boys
on the squad were: Daniel Beard, Sam Frye,
Don Buckley, Frank Riggs, Larry Rupp, and
Larry Harshman. These Senior boys are to
be congratulated on their fine performance
in the past as well as this year.
The Tigers started their season this
year by going down to defeat before the
New Castle Trojans, 72-37. On April 10, the
Tigers recovered to defeat Middletown by a
score of 61 to 48.
Morton ran New Salem, Rush County
Basketball Champions, on April 14. The men
of Coach Eder proved too much for the
Eagles, and beat them 79 to 30.
The Spiceland Stingers were next on the
list for Morton. The Stingers were easily
defeated by the Tigers, 673-46.
Morton Memorial's track team soundly
defeated Charlottesville on April 21, Ttllg
to 35ln3. The Tigers took 8 of the 13 first
places. Don Buckley of Morton set a new
shot put record of 46' 10' g".
On Friday, April 24, the Morton Tigers
played host to the Rush County schools in the
Annual County Track meet. Schools entered
in the meet were: Carthage, Mays, Morton.
and New Salem. Morton took first: New
Salem, second: Carthage, third: and Mays
fourth. This was the third straight year
that Morton has taken the County Track
Crown. Also in this meet, Don Buckley broke
his previous record, to set a new shot gmt
record of 47' 4".
VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD
MORTON . 50 Mays. .
MORTON .58 Sandusky
.48 Milroy .
SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL RECORD
Morton . . 44 KNIGHTSTOWN
Morton . . 42 CAMBRIDGE C. .
Morton . . 48 SPICELAND . .
Morton . .70 MANILLA. . .
MORTON .85 Laurel .
Morton . . 63 LIBERTY . . .
Morton . . 48 ARLINGTON. .
Morton . MANILLA .
Morton . NEW SALEM
Morton . SULPHUR SPR. .
MORTON Carthage .
MORTON Union City .
Morton . STRAUGHN
Morton . WALDRON
MORTON Burney .
MORTON Cadiz. . .
Morton .... 55 NEW SALEM. .
MORTON Mays ..... 19
MORTON Sandusky . . 32
Morton . MILROY . . . 30
Morton . KNIGHTSTOWN 42
Morton . CAMBRIDGE C. . 34
Morton . SPICELAND . . 37
MORTON Manilla .... 42
MORTON Laurel . . . 33
Morton . LIBERTY . . . 40
Morton . ARLINGTON . . 38
Morton . NEW SALEM . 49
MORTON Sulphur Springs . 18
MORTON Carthage . . . 30
Morton . UNION CITY . . 36
Morton . STRAUGHN . . 29
Morton .... 31 WALDRON . . 47
MORTON . . . 36 Burney .... 25
MORTON . . . 39 Cadiz. . . . 34
CROSS COUNTRY RECORD
MORTON . . .24 Spiceland . . .35
MORTON . . .33 Middletown. . .45
Spiceland .... 57
MORTON . . .29 Spiceland . . .35
Liberty .... 60
MORTON . . .25 Charlottesville .30
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. 0 MANILLA .
. 0 ARLINGTON
Morton . NEW CASTLE 72
MORTON Middletown . 48
MORTON New Salem . 30
MORTON Spiceland . . 46
New Salem .
Morton. .... 5 MILROY. . .
MORTON. . . 73M Charlottesville . 3592
DEAF SCHOOL 67'4 Edinburg . . . 45
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AGROUP that is responsible for the enter-
tainment at different times of the year is
the members of the dancing classes. Under
the direction of Miss Beverly Dickinson, the
group puts on some very professional like
revues and programs.
On Legion Day, Homecoming, GAR Day,
IPALCO Club, and in the Spring Dance Re-
vue, the students of the dance class take part
in the enjoyable task of putting on a program.
The dance numbers include everything
from tap dancing to the graceful ballet.
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Featured with these dance revues are vocal
specials. The Morton Dance Band furnishes
the music for all of the dancing programs.
It is always a pleasure to watch the
dancers in their latest costumes which are
styled by the women of the sewing room staff
of the Home.
Mrs. Pride, Miss Milliner, Miss Pipher.
Mrs. Elliott, and Mrs. Ruby assisted Miss
Dickinson. This group worked hard the past
year and are to be congratulated on their
Row one: Ralph Curtis, Jack Darling, James Frye Virg'le Fultz, Ronald Sherber, Austin Snow, Gary White, and
Row two: Larry Buckley, Gary Tuttle, Sam Frye, Charles Weaver, Steve Padgett, Randy White, Earl Elliott, James
Robertson, and Tim Locke.
Row Three: George Smith, Donald Bragdon, Jerry Sanders, Eddy Ferguson, Charles Cline, Charles Flint, Daniel
Beard, Lorenza Beard, and Mr. Byers, Director.
Row four: Mike Grubbs, Bob Johnson, Larry Johnson, Larry Rupp, Donald Buckley, Verne Douglass, Larry
Tyler, Bill Hartley, and Gary Lemons.
N ORGANIZATION that has for many
years been looked upon with pride has
been the Morton Memorial Band. Mr. Byers
does an excellent job as director of this band.
In August, the band went to Indianapolis
to participate in the State Fair Marching
Contest. On March 8, the band went to
Marion to play a concert for the veterans.
On March 13, the Band participated in
the Rush County Festival. On April 11, the
band went to Edinburg to the State Music
Contest. They received a second division
NOTHER organization which is well
known at Morton is the Dance Band un-
der the direction of Mr. Byers.
The dance band is made up of the ad-
vanced music students from the band and
the girls who participate in playing violin
and piano. The Dance Band provides music
for the dances at Dance Revue time. The
Dance Band also plays for special trips and
Row one: Miss Strother, Director, Martha Parsons, Betty Hardesty, Judy McCloud, Rebecca Oldham. Don Bragdon,
John Goins, Larry Johnson, Ed Ferguson, Jerry Sanders, Judy Shaw. Joice Craft, Gladys Goins, and Miss Garrison.
Row two: Sandra Miller, Ruth White, Elizabeth Parsons, Dorothy Crouch, Bill Brewer, Larry Rupp, Daniel Beard,
George Smith, Mike Grubbs, Darlene Campbell, Madeline Miller, Martha Brewer, and Mary Ann Sage.
Row three: Sharon Born, Elaine Weatherbee, Sharon McCloud, Patricia Hardesty, Gary Lemons, Larry Buckley,
Don Buckley, Jack Darling, Bob Allen, Victor Mullett, Charles Weaver, Claudia Hill. and Tom Sullivan.
NE OF the most active organizations in
the Morton music department is the Mor-
ton Robed Choir. This year the choir was
under the direction of Miss Evelyn Strother
and Miss Mamie Garrison. This well known
organization contributes greatly to the Sun-
day services held in Lincoln Hall and presents
the Christmas and Easter Cantatas.
The Choir participated in the State
Music Contest April 11 under the direction
of Miss Evelyn Strother, and received a sec-
ond division rating.
N SUNDAY afternoon the students of
Morton Memorial attend the church ser-
vices held in Lincoln Hall. The Services are
conducted by Mr. Donald Burkhardt.
After the services are concluded in the
Chapel, Sunday school services are then
attended by everyone. These services are held
in various places on the campus.
A Junior Chapel is provided for the
younger children from Kindergarten age to
the third grade.
Morton Seniors may attend the church
of their choice in Knightstown on Sunday
mornings. Catholic students attend mass at
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Knights-
Row one: Sharon Horn, Sam Frye, Ralph Curtis, Larry Buckley, James Frye, and Charles Weaver.
Row two: Tom Sullivan, George Smith, Don Brandon, Jerry Sanders, Ed Ferguson, Charles Cline, Charles Flint,
and Mr. Byers, Director.
Row three: Donald Buckley, and Larry Rupp.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
N OUTSTANDING organization at Mor-
ton Memorial is the Honor Society. Like
all clubs, this organization has high stand-
ards that must be met during the school year.
To become a member of this select group one
must have qualities of leadership, character,
service and a high scholastic attainment.
Officers elected at the beginning of the
school year were: Donald Buckley, President:
Larry Harshman, Vic:--I'resident: Ralph Cur-
tis, Secretary, and Mary Walters, Treasurer.
ACII YEAR Morton students present the
Christmas Play. "The Other Wise Man"
produced this year was directed by Mr.
Vernon B. Craig, the Superintendent of
Schools. The cast enjoyed giving the play
before an audience.
The Senior Class play of 1959 entitled,
"The Five Dollar Bill" was based on a modern
family situation at a lake resort. The play
had many psychological overtones wov-en
through its plot. Mr. Craig produced and
directed the play. The members of the Senior
class wish to express their appreciation to
Mr. Craig for the excellent direction given
and the experiences gained through the pres-
entation of this play.
RT CLUB was directed this year by Miss
Velma Knowles. This special group of
students participated in many projects dur-
ing the year. The artistic skill displayed in
the scenery for the Christmas play, Senior
play, and the annual dance revue can be
attributed to these students.
Indivdual projects included painting,
drawing, metal enameling, and many other
crafts. Fine examples of these crafts were to
be found in the corridor display cases arrang-
ed by the students during the year.
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HIS YEAR as in preyious years becoming
a member of the Morton 4-H club repre-
sented a special occasion for many girls. The
girls enter either the baking or clothing diyi-
sions of 4-H.
Achievement Day was an exciting day
for the girls. On this special day the results
of the finished projects were on display to be
judged so that each participant receiyrd her
special award. The adult leaders were Miss
Bedell and Mrs. Hunsinger.
LTHOUGH Photography Club has a small
membership, it makes an important con-
tribution to its members and the Home. Be-
sides assisting in the preparation of pictures
for the year book, the members develop many
films for Morton students during the year.
Many members are discovering a fascinating
hobby for future leisure hours. This group
was ably guided by Mr. Jules Elzey.
HE STAFF of the Morton Echo consists
of upperclassmen who Write the stories
and articles for the Home Journal published
in the Home print shop. This staff, was under
the direction of Mrs. Rhessa Post of the
English Department. The Echo staff is to be
congratulated for many fine articles and the
ability to "meet that deadline."
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NDER the very able direction of Mr.
Fred Wright, the recreational director.
and Mrs. Overman, all Morton students have
enjoyed an extensive recreational program.
Many of the activities are centered around
A wide selection of outdoor activities
is offered. These include: sledding, skating,
ball games, weiner roasts, swimming, boat-
ing, and fishing. There also are facilities for
A number of special dances and parties
are held during the year. Dances this year
were: New Year's, Valentine, Easter, and
the high light ol' them all, the Junior-Senior
Prom, on May 21. Special parties have includ-
ed a chili supper, a bingo party, and a
bridge o party.
HE WEEKLY movies, which are shown in
Lincoln Hall on our Cinemascope screen,
are enjoyed by all students of Morton. Movies M93-
of all types are obtained by the recreational
director, Mr. Wright.
SUMMER CAMP ,hu-.ti
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HE HOME Camp, located about five miles A
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west of Carthage, is a very popular place
for the students who do not go on summer
vacation. It is an ideal place for the weiner
roasts during the brisk fall evenings.
The woods surrounding the camp pro-
vide hiking ranges for the students. At camp
the students may participate in many activ-
ities, such as: fishing, swimming. volleyball.
baseball, and other sports.
The summer camp last summer was
under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs.
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OWNHALL is a gathering place for the
students to talk about recent events over a
coke or soda. It is equipped with a billiard
room, dancing room, reception room and a
gymnasium, Above Townhall is the club
The student store is certainly the out-
standing part of Townhall. The soda fountain
and booths are very useful. One may buy
candy, gum, ice cream, pop, etc. at the count-
er in front. The sunary room is open with
cosmetics, stationery. trinkets, and many
The dancing room is a very popular
place for boys and girls of all ages and one
can always see the dance floor being put to
good use. The upstairs rooms of Townhall
serve many groups. It is in one of these rooms
that Junior Fhapel is held each Sunday.
There are Club Rooms for Hoy Scouts and
Photography Vlub. Another room provides
space for dancing practice.
The Barber Shop and Beauty Shop are
located in the lower part of Townhall. lt is
here that the boys come on regular schedule
for haircuts. The girls have their grooming
needs cared for in the Beauty Shop. A full
time beautician is on hand to teach and advise
the girls on grooming problems.
S IN TWO previous years, the students
of Morton had the opportunity to enjoy
a Christmas in the home of parents, friends.
The evening before the vacation. each
student had the pleasure of attending the
Christmas play which was ably directed by
Mr. Craig. After the play, Santa Claus pre-
sented each of the students with their
Christmas gifts. It was an exciting time for
all the students as they prepared for a week
of pleasure and relaxation in a home away
from the Home.
For homecoming, there was a movie
at Lincoln Hall and a lot of talking to be
done about holiday experiences. These werf
never to be forgotten events.
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N THE divisions, the students of Morton
are helped and guided by governesses, or
governors and governesses. The students live,
work and prepare their lessons and spend
their leisure time in their division homes.
Each division is sponsored by the Amer-
ican Legion and American Legion Auxiliary.
On Christmas, Easter, birthdays, and many
other special days these organizations make
sure each student is happily remembered.
Many of the recreation facilities, as well as
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labor saving devices are generously provided
by these organizations.
The governors and governesses help the
students adjust to the normal division life.
They do an excellent job in looking after the
students in their divisions,
Divisions are provided with a wide selec-
tion of recreational facilities such as tele-
vision, radio, and a record player for the
enjoyment of the students.
N THE year of 1952, the doors of a new
clinic opened to the children of the Home.
The erection of this modern clinic has
brought about more dependable service for
the sick children and a better working con-
dition for the nurses.
During the past few years, Dr. Leonard
H. Wiatt, has been the excellent supervising
physician in the new clinic. Miss Elizabeth
Thomas, nursing supervisor, has made a
great contribution to the efficiency of the
American Legion and Auxiliary OWN THROUGH the years the American
Legion and American Legion Auxiliary
have done many wonderful things for the
students of Morton Memorial.
The Legion and Auxiliary of each of Indi-
ana's eleven districts sponsors a division and
sees to it that each child has an individual
sponsor. These individual sponsors send gifts
to the children on special occasions through-
out the year.
Much credit must be given to these two
organizations for their contributions to the
institution. They make possible summer vaca-
tions for the children as well as providing a
week's vacation at Christmas. They provide
Christmas shopping trips, and have made
possible many parties and enjoyable trips
throughout the year.
In early September, the American Leg-
ion sets aside a day of entertainment for all
of the children of the Home. They provide
spending money for the children and encour-
age them to enjoy their time at all of the
Each Commencement the American Leg-
ion and Auxiliary give a number of Scholar-
ships and awards to the outstanding members
of the graduating class who are planning to
continue their education.
They also gave each graduate a cash com-
mencement gift and help many of them with
employment after they leave the Home.
Calendar of Highlights
SCHOOL STARTED .... . . . AUGUST 25
AMERICAN LEGION DAY . . . . SEPTEMBER 14
HOMECOMING Q .... . . SEPTEMBER 20-21
HALLOWEEN PARTY ...... . . OCTOBER 31
SENIOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TRIP . . . . DECEMBER 6
CHRISTMAS CANTATA ...... .
CHRISTMAS PLAY . . . .
CHRISTMAS VACATION . . . .
NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY .........
RUSH COUNTY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT . .
VALENTINE'S DANCE ...........
SECTIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT . . .
RUSH COUNTY BAND FESTIVAL .....
CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT . .
EASTER CANTATA ......... .
BAND AND CHORAL CONTEST . .
SENIOR CLASS PLAY . . .
ATHLETIC BANQUET. . .
RUSH COUNTY TRACK MEET . .
DANCE REVUE .
CONFERENCE TRACK MEET fNightJ .
SENIOR TRIP .
4-H ACHIEVEMENT DAY . .
BACCALAUREATE . . .
SENIOR DINNER .
AWARD DAY .
JUNIOR AND SENIOR PROM .
SENIOR DAY . .
MEMORIAL DAY .
SCHOOL IS OUT .
. DECEMBER 14
. DECEMBER 19
. DECEMBER 31
. JANUARY 8--10
. FEBRUARY 14
. . MARCH 13
. . MARCH 27
. .MARCH 29
. . APRIL 11
. APRIL 16
. APRIL 20
. . APRIL 24
. . APRIL 29-30
. . .MAY1
. MAY 4-5-6-7
. MAY 13
. MAY 17
. .MAY 18
. MAY 19
. . MAY 21
. MAY 22
. . MAY 23
. . MAY 30
. . JUNE 5
Associate Editor .
Copy Editors . .
Senior Editors . .
Underclass Editor .
Sports Editors . .
Club Editor . .
Calendar Editor .
Snapshot Editor . .
Faculty Editor .
. Donald Buckley
. Freda Grubbs
. Mary Ann Sage
. . Sam Frye
. . Sharon Born
. . Frank Riggs
. . Daniel Beard
Larry Rupp, Verne Douglass
. . . . Beverley Bragdon
. Betty Hardesty
Henley Studio, Knightstown
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