Mount Comfort High School - Athenian Yearbook (Mount Comfort, IN)

 - Class of 1948

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UEUiLQTHNW To Mr. Clerenoe E Harrls who through hls ervloes, Gm t, su oft an Wptewe o vot o to L10 NO hos we e ovr eeHooW llfe nwre e gofable and erfe ed hlmsoll to all of uf we m,ot respectfully do 1 cate thvs book is-3 'Nix lffxh X 1 f .i"pA-J"4.x ?URUJTRU We the oenlot , Q e greed tnxt the puol1o1tton of this annual wo'lH have befn lUDOSS1bl0 had not been tor the 9SSlStqHC8 OL o S 'e WlSQ to Liup ovr te flers Jlo have lelied ue w glx W both fl? tame and fnowl Lfo L a1l the o her momoe of fDlS COmWhH1tJ moo hwve 31 Q us lH iny Wuf, wo offer our thanks an :Jr clit OF fN , CA- A f. Y ' 7 O ' S, :-V in- t test jp 'hd sQ.:eie de- ti H F'O ' Ik, Le A d g " M x hh ' Tx y YN ' fl H - fx "A Z 'n-.,SI' L. ,- - ' , Q9 'Af pc' vc' " ' vfxd'- -1 ... 0 W it Aww 6123- '4 Li Tk -tf jj og Qg, e we ., ' ' ,f +ygNMP,5w f xfirblp'-, X Wftt T fUHK54I X ' 'vHf?7AX X514 ', V 4M ', , "H ' ,f ,l M 1 5439 'f xi ,J K -X1 2, , lx 1 'Ht X gl ?, X' M L' , , K V do XIW X 23 ffxv NX, -i' f , f . 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'A 1 .w.f3:,53g 3, U . l I-Atkv . r I ig Q CECIL E ELLIOTT Mr Elllott is servlng h1s f1PSt term as Superintendent of Hancock County's Schools He' sa most capable and efficlent school man He has been a successful teacher and school admlnlstrator ln Henry, Rush and Hancock Countles He recelved a B S degree from Ball State and an M S degree ln education from Indlanalhnyerslty PAUL MURPHY Mr Murphy is serving h1s second term as trustee of Buck Creek Township He has always been interested 1n the betterment of the school and has made several improvements ln the school system He is making plans for further improvements because h1s one amb1t1on is to make Mt Comfort School the best posslble CLARENCE HARRIS Mr Harrls, Prlneipal, came to Mt, Comfort ln 19'-I-'7 He was principal at Union Township before comlng here He received an A B degree from Central Normal College and a M S degree ln edu catlon from Indiana Unlversity He teaches English and soclal Stud1GS Mr. Harris has proved hlmself to be a most competent, efficient, and popular prlnclpal ORVILLE C TRUE Mr True 1S presldent of tne AdV1SOPY Board He has be n a member of the Advisory Beard for the past f1ve years and is ln terestcd in the tax payers of Buck Creek Townshlp H 15 very much lnterested ln the school and attends many school act1v1t1es E ALLAN SNYDER Mr Snyder 1S secretary and servlng h1s second term on the Advlsory Board He is deeply lnterested 1n Mt Comfort Schools, and is always 1n favor of anythlng whlch wlll make for a better school EARL WILLET Mr Wlllet is servlng h1s flrst term on the Advlsory Boardu He lS school mlnded and is always delng everything posslble for a better school He is a former trustee of Buck Creek Township. l . . . . 0 . . 5 . . . Q 1, . Q Q U I , . . . 0 I 0 . Q . Q K . 0 . . . . 0 0 . . - 0 I C . 0 . 0 s n 0 O " - . - s . . 0 . . 0 U . . Q . 0 ' 0 VC . . Q . A . ' ' 4 V . . . . . , , . ...no . . . . . . . . Q ' I I . . . . O . Jil ...I . . . . e M . . . . 1 . . . . ef im! V7 i4' GLADYS HANCOCK wal' MERVIN HOLZHAUSEIN 'Q WILMA WELLING "E"7 RUTH LOCKWOOD 'Km "7" BETTY CARMICHAEL ARTHUR TERWILLIGER GERTRUDE WARDEN MATILDA RODEBECK MALCOMB FENTER RUTH RHYNEARSON 3 -5- N JEANNE BREINING . ar ' T' V "TA 2 e- 'I ,T 1 .rg 2 . 1, T. .. F " 5' E "E V ,K 2, W' 5? I ILM 5,5 Zi ' -'A-.f . A 1 . ,f ' ' nk' 'R U 3 ' ,vi ' . .f I 1' 5 gf, 5 1' , Q H Jw, . U X b fx GLADYS HANLOCQ M155 Hancock 15 a graduate of Mt Comfort H1gh School and has an A B degree from lnd1ana Certral Colleg S h1 tdkfu tft t1onal work at Ind1ana UDlV6TS1tY and Butler UD1 PTSltV She c me to Mt Comfort to teach 1h l93O She teaches m3tlCmTtlPS, L t1h, and g1rl'5 phySlC8l ed She lS seohsor of the SQIlOT las and SUpSTVlSSd the p1cture make up for tHlS year book MAWILDA RODVBECV M15 Rodeleck, commerc1al and PUSlC teacher, came to Mt Com fort 1D l929 She has an A d gree from Butler Uu1vcr 1ty and Central Normal College and a M degree LH educat on flOl lnd1aha Un1vers1ty he attended Art1ur Jo1dah Con ervatory She teeches bookkeef1ng, typ1n , gr de mu lC, and 1 d1r ctor of the orch tra and chorus She 1 sponsor of the JUUlOT clas and has bcen a great h lp to the SGDlOT 1D pr1dt1hg th r ahru l MEPVIK HOL HAU Y fort Hlgh School H has a B degree from IDdll11 Cent nl Col e a d a S d erec 1U e uc t1OH from Parduc UDlVel 1tf He tc ches health, safety, hlstory, and ooy's 1hy 1cal el He cawe to bt Comfort to teach 1n lgliig He lS pac or of the everth grade BETTY CARIICHAEL M155 Carmlchael, Engl1 h teacher, graduated f1Om Sol harry H1gh School and has a B S degree from IH1l H8 UUlJ9T 1ty She came to Mt Comfort to teach 1h l94H She 15 lJbTTTl8H, Sun hlDQ DlTQPtOT, and soonsor of the soclomorc class She lS much lf tere ted 1h our l1brary and has made a very good start toward 1m pFOVlHg lt MALCOLM FENTER Mr Fenter 1S a graduate Ol ht Comfort H1gh School He ha a B S degree from Ball State Tea her ' Colle? He came here as a teacher lH l9H7 He teaches h15tory, matheratlcs, u1ys1c , and General SClSHCG He 15 sponsor of the elghth grade He has charge of the VlSU8l a1d program and has clanhed much for next yea W T .L . . . 3 U J. ' C1 A - . - -- s a - 1 C. Qc T3 1 S .r, ,F 1, lil" . ' ' I v QQ' U fa - V .1 J I LL - .L . . r . 0 u ' ' l Q . .1. 0. ... - . C, . I . . . L .. 1 c L4 '5 ' ' ' r -, ' -1 r- ' .L . 0 I -, - ...fl A. . H 5 . . l 3 O B4 1 A1 - 1- 1 ' 0 " - D . . o s Us G ... 1 1. -. ' S L. ,-1 g. . M . 1 a LJ- 3- 1 11 , ' ' M w I L-7 . ai -. L 1 Sv Q ' XC. . 'A . . . A. . f , I J g al . 5 5 e , es, 0 S - ' 1. .1 S ' C 3 . . . . . e S ' . J. In L 1, F 1. as 0 f f-rr f fjw-vm 1 ' 1 111 LJILLX ,- r 1 Mr. Holzhausen, basketball coach, LS a graduate of ht. com- .- 1' Q ' 1. 1. A 4.0 e 4 LJ! ' 1 .V L I E 1 TC. J " leg H M. -. eg d 2 1 11 1 Q e'S' '. ,N . -' 7 -A ' W 3. 4 1 . is S . C . .fc U ' ' ll ff ' ' c' f 4- r- ' L 0 1 1 ' ' 0 - .J x 1-0 J .J .L 1 I p . 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Q 11 L I S . - ' Q ' O Q J e o 1 , c' O . . ,W ' -L ' .1. s WILMA WELLIDG Mlss Welling, second grade teacher, 1S a graduat of Mt Com fort Hlgh School She has a B S degree from Indlana Central Col lege She came to Mt Comfort to teach durlng the last emester in l9M7 She enjoys sewlng durlng her lelsure tlme ARTHUR TLRWILLIGER Mr Terwllllger came to Mt Comfort to teach ln lQH7 H teaches agrlculture here and at New Pale tlne He IS a graduate of Wlndfall Hlgh School and has a B S degree from Purdue Unlver slty He has attended Indlana Unlverslty He lS the Boy's H H Club Leader He has carrled out many progects ln h1s farm shop classes RUTH RHYNEARSON Mrs Rhynearson, teacher of home CCOHOU1CS and blology, came to Mt Comfort to teach ln 1945 She 15 a graduate of Madlson Hlgh School and has an A B degree from Ball State Teachers' College She has attended Clnclnnatl Blble Scmlnary and Butler UHlVGTSltY She lS sponsor of the fre hran class and G1rl's M H Club Leader RUTH LGCKWOOD Mrs Lockwood, flrst grade teacher, came to Mt Comfort to teach lH l9H3 She graduated from Smlthvllle Hlgh School nd Cen tral Normal College Teacher's Wralnlng Course She has ttended Indlana Unlverslty and Butler Unlverslty Mrs Loclwood 1S qulte busy keeplng her boys and V1TlS em loyed GERTRUDU WARD N P Miss Warden, flfth and S1Xth grade teacher, came to Mt Con fort to teach ln l9M3 She 1S a graduate of Maxw ll Hlgh School and Teacher's Tralnlng Course of Ball State Teachers' College She is new attendlng Butler Un1vcrs1ty JEANNW BREINING Mrs Breinlng, thlrd and fourth grade teacher, came to Mt Comfort to teach 1n l9M7 She 15 a graduate of Llncoln Hlgh School and Vlncennes Unlverslty Teacher's Tralnlng Course She engoys Swlmmlng and fishlng durlng her lelsure tlme T , . 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LUHQT IS SUCCESS? t' dolng your Job the bo t you Gln An bO1Pg Ju t to your follow mon Not maklng xonoy, but holdln frlonds, An taylng true to your alm ond end 'S figurlng how and learnlng why, And looklng folmard and thlnklng hwgh, And dream ng llttle ind dolne mach I+'s leaping alwqy n clo C t +o1cq YJ1th what 13 flue t ln Moro ind oe d lt' darloy bllth lv tb flold of chance Whlle W YlHg o labor a Jmnvo rowarfo lt's golng OUIdId de plte def d And flghtlHg staunchlv, but keeplnp sweet lt's belng cl an and 1t'S l flag ialr, lt' lauvblnr lvghtlx at Dome De palr, ILYQ 7COklHf up D the star ab vc, And drlrklng d eply ol lllc nd lovo 'S rugvlvr on ml 1 t c lll to 1U But t klng lo wlbh 1 ch orful grlw 'S sh rlng o ICX 101 d llr , And makmng bot er thl good old clrtn It'S or lng, Qtrlwlvp ohvou h Q 1 ln ann r 5 , IL' dOl1g youl noolo t that lccos Uxhnown C I N x I Q I 0 ' ' fa rw' ' ff Q 1 A ' Q AL. 9 . . cv Y 0 . d - J - SL. , . Y, . H . I 4 LL .1 5 d S V , ' is Q S. It ' ' ' " "' -- . 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JH SCGUUCHL fNQFW K Shiv ,PUUQQW W S3 HQFQV K I M H1 ff: MESH E53 lkii Vx N 1 ,M 1Qf'7x1TU 5 TQ 5 E171 ORS its "f"" wx., JACK FENTZ JUANITA STRIEBECK -M 1 QR ARNELLA WHITESIDE. JOHN STADER irq JAMES R LANSINGER o ff' BARBARA .11-:AN sn-:WAR M MARY KATHRYN BROWN tav- CHAR LES F SAN FORD 5 EIIIORS BILL CAIN RICHARD KELLY JUNE MARIE SPARKS RICHARD STEELE DAVID BARNETT LAVETA MAY SMITH EDNA KINCAID CHESTER DAVIS I 'Q--' f 1:4556 H3 OTHERS SEE US Dav1d Barnett entered Mt Comfort 1D February, lO37, lTOm Bo hart, lnd1ana. Dave has played the V101lP lh orche tra for three years Dtfllc h1s SDHlOT year, ne played tue bass drum ie has pleved on the VaTSltY team for tHlPG years as a iorward Dave also partlclpated on the trxek team 1n 'UK and He was on the W1 CLP' F119 1elay Jr '47 He slngs bar1tone 1n the Cowfort Four qua tet hat has part1c1patcd on Nrogrnrs throughout the com manlty ard state. Dave has been a U Club menbfr for elgnt years and 1n tre past year won the Da1ry PTOdUCtlOD Award Nary Kathryn Brown 1S remembered for her sudden change of ro m1Dt1C 1FtBvOQ s Sne entered CHS 1H 194k Prom warren Centrab he was promptly n1cknaned ' 1t1tH, and she his pe1t1c1pat d 1n Cl IS for three yo rs QUQ orchest1a one and one nal1 yeal K1 19 who lS a ve. ool coo , as e eel el n her fa.or1te snbwect eh lS Pena ecoww ncs L e as 0 In the Cb mD1OH Gum Cheftr o e olds lar al ln F01 sen1or year, sub w s 1 ores 1d nt of the G1 e 1ee nlJb, p rl1e n 1.1 n ard leiorter of e W1ll1an C.1n, the noted treasurer and candy deller of our class, LS sne1l but powerpul Hls qu1e ness 15 arnrec1ated by tho uno enjoy sllenee B1 l has leon Jn mt Cowftrt the en+1re years HP las alwey be n qu1et and never had mucb to say, r he has always been fTlGDd1V v1+n QVUIJGDC. B ll hr wars been very good 11 all of hrs suagects, h1s favorwto be1ng mathemlulcs B1ll has played or the V3TSlty for thlee years. He has been a H F Club member for f1Ve years, art1c1pat1ng on the Da1ry Judg1ng Team Jast year Chester Dav1s w1ll never be Forgotten because of h1s ab1l1ty to keep up our sp1r1ts w1th h1s Wlt and also because of h1s great sxall 1n kce,1ng the fenders of hlS car free fron palnt. Chet lar w from Oaklandon and entered Ht Comfort 1n oar secoad e. Chet was al1ays a good fr1end to everyone and Ilo e1e1 to acqua1rted w1t1 Cespec1ally tne g1rl D c has born 1n t1dC for tvo years. C et lS a good dramat1st .nd h1s f3VOTlT suogect 1s rrgl1sh Chet 1S 1n the Army Reserve, and 515 amb1t1on LS to become an avlator. Jack Fentz w1ll be remembered for h1s ab1l1ty to get along w1th the teachers, for h1s Praondlf sm1lt, and h1s research 1n the art of love and h1S appl1cat1on of that study Jack entered Nt Comfort ln the second grade from Ind1anapol1s H start d Ul9V1Hg an the orchestra 1n the seventh grade. it has been 1 member of the chorus for two and one nalf years and alsoa.member of the HComfort Fourn quartet for two years. Jack has play d on tho VaTS1ty for four years and has been on the track team for two years. During our senlor year he was pres1dent of the Student Counc1l. . , ,., J 0 .. - f' . '- V l V - - 'JK - . '. '- HC' . A -. R. 4 NJ I ' ..- i . ggi Y- . I .,- Q V., . . , v , 1- 7 , . 9 t . bi, . V , 1 .J J .., 0 .L 4 ' l ,Y " 5' A ' 1 I 5 r- ' X vu., v 1 -. 1. J 1 , . . 0 . . . h , r . ,- ,M 8 , ' ' XJ J c X. . f "t' e 1 .J f C C' ' ff, -' ,Y , ' 1 ' ' . F ' 5 ' H H - - - H J-4. . -J .1 . A O .J J 1 J 4. . J- . - - w 'fr 1 A - . -L. .L u L1 .. ' . ' 5 . 'J ,. r.. L . ' " .' 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Rlchard Kelly wlll be remembered as our class wrtlst, for h1S silly serlousness and, too, for h1s version of Booele Uooele on the plane He entered Mt Comfort 1n our 1Xth grade Ie went to G0OTgl3 n 1943 and re entered here ln lj Pe trdnsferr e to Lawrence Central ln l947 and returned here ln 1948 Dlck was the plteher ln oft ball durlng our sophomore year Dlck, who lS ln terested ln sclence and mGCh3U1CS, h s excelled ln h1s favorlte subgect physlcs Dlck, belng a very good drar tlst, has been 1n two JUH1OP plays and one senlor play Edna Klncald, whose pretty auburn halr always dwells 1n our mlnds, lS remembered for her lnterest 1n the opposlte sex Her danclng lS very good, too She entered it Comfort 1D the fourth grade from School 28 ln Indlanaoolls Edna has been 1U chorus for four years She slngs ln the G1rl's Scaxitezt rhlch won flrst ln the DlStT1Ct MUSlC Contest and second ln the State bUS1C Cmnnst Her favorlte subgect s tyenrg and her ambltlon lS to become 1 secretary She 1 also very much lnterested ln motor vehlcles that fly low Edna was 1D th JUH1OT plaj of '46 James Lanslnger 1S noted for hls thoughtlul answers 1U class He entered It Comfort ln the second grade and moved to Knwgtts town ln theelghth grade, returnlng when he wa a freshman He 1as played the clarlnct ln orchestra for seven ye rs Jlm has b en on the varslty for three years and the track t am for two y ars, w1n fort track me t in 47 He wa on the wlnnlng ralf mlle relay and also the two hundred and wenty yard dash of the same meet Jlm has been on tne honor roll for all of h1s senlor y Charles Sanford entered Mt Comfort 1U 1939 He was Lnfor tunate 1U havlng rheumatlc fever ln l94O He then golned the class of H480 durlng our flfth grade H has proved to be a star basket ball Jlayer and also a good 31 cder 1U H3Td ball He placed ln the tracl meet of '46 at New Talestlne ln the shot out ChQT11C lS the secretary of our senlor class He played the role of ado tectlve ln our SPD1OT cla s play H15 favorlte subgect lo the graveyard H 'll be remembered by those whose nerves hav been wrecked whlle rldlng 1D hls '47 Hudson Laveta May Smltu lS very talent d 1n muslc She has played the accordlan wlth June M3T1C Sp rks for ten years, entertalnlng throughout the communlty nd state Snt also plays the oboe and plane and has won mCT1+S ln contests vlth these lns ruments She slngs ln the mlxed chorus and G1r1'3 Sgxtgt Lavgta, t Q9 1C a twelve year member of the class She won a Jopularlty contest from tnls school Laveta has been very actlve ln 4 H work and has won lst placlngs ln ClOthlHg and baklng at the State Falr She has played roles ln two junlor plays and one senlor play June Marlo Sparks 1S another twelve year member of the class She started playlng the v1ol1n ln the second grade and entered tre orchestra 1n 1939 See also yl ys the clarlnet and plane She . . . . ' ' 1: . . . 1 . I 0 ' A o . . ,, u ' 0 S ... a 1 .t ' x , , ' i l, -J 9 f ' C++, , t x el I . . 1 . V - Q V V . - . C . , . . . u ' .1 f O ' . . . A . . . , . , L Q , ,J I , - . . . . . o ' xil . . . , . . . . . . ' , K . . . . . , , L . . . 1, 4- . 1 0 ' "i 0 Q . . . . A I -K u l J' c ' Y D 6 l ' u 1 uf. . . . . . .. . . 'A 1 . L ez L x . . 4 . . . . Y ' J. . - . f . F . . . ' 4 .9 - , ' fr, ' ' - f- 1 I ' K4 Q . . . 1, . ' o ' '1 Q 5 4 ,.. .1 - . . . ... Q.. X S 0 V 1 . . . , . ' ' St 0 C . J- . J ' 1 C . O - '- nlng flrst place ln the broad Jump ln the New Palestlne-Mt. Com- e ' . - s ' ' H -.' ,L . . . " C U 1. A ' u , . . ' Ct-II' n 1, ' I" ' U 0 A 0 -1 " . . ' . . , . . - ' " N- J. I A . . 3 5 , , .L Q J L1 .A - ' 4- .' ' v V 1 1 Lf J. - 0 n Y ' ' A J.. ' f ' ' 1, ' Ja - ' 'I s L 1 U l... ' w ' ' ' , " s f f . -' ' ' " H If . Q -- L 5 'H E , - 'E C . . ,. . . l a I y I - I U 9 1 C 0 -- c i 1 Q C ' ' h 3 - 1 9. Q f' . . . . . ,L ' U ft . M 0 . . . . . . ' 4 'X O .. g D. 1 o ' 1 1 , . r . . . . 'N 4 ul . . . . 1 . L C- 4 J I ' e ' .4. . Q . . .u . g .. . Q . . . . . Q - , ' . ' L, iq . , -i A . . ' 0 L ' cl. YJ I entered the band in 1940. She has been in the chorus for four years and during her senior year sang in the sextet. She is a member of the Booster's Club and the Sunshine Society June has been in 4 H for nine years, exhibiting at the State Fair and par ticipa ing in the State Dress Revue She has played ro es in three h gh scne l plays Her mind seems to ever dwell on Purdue John Stader will be remembered for his interest's's's in War ren Central He is remembered for his liveliness at school and partie John has also been here for the entire twelve vears ie was student manager for tno years, and played on the first team du ing his iunior and senior years He has been on the track team for two y ars Jonn has alway liked subgects dealing science, particularly biology Of course, John is interested som thing else, his love affairs and aviation Both are a good vocation, John Richard Steele entered ht Comfort in l932 He withdrew the fall of 1943, re entering to graduate with the class of H484 During his time in school, he has played the saxophone in orches tra for four years He was in the junior class play of l942 and the senior play of '48 He is a member of the Booster's Clwib and has attended most of the home games with a little girl named Lois Congratulations' We have all seen Lo1s's left hand Dick will always be remembered for his HTe Hen laugh He has been a member of the 4 H Club for three years Barbara Jean St wart entered Mt Comfort from Warren Central in 1943 Barbara has a very pleasing personality, and her favor ite subgect is bookkeeping She has been in chorus for four years Barbara is chairman of the finance committee of the Home Economics Club She has played roles in three high school plays the Junior play of 46, the Junior ulay of '47, and the senior play of '48 ities Her ambit on is to become a stewarde s for an airline She 1S very fond of horses and loves going riding Juanita Striebeck entered Mt Comfort during our freshman year from Arsenal Technical High School She ha participated in chorus for four years and in her senior year sang alto in the G1Tl'S Sextet which placed in the District ard State Music Con test Juanita is president of our Sun hine Society She ixs acted in the Junior play of '46, the Junior play of '47, and the senior play of '48 Her favorite subgect is Al Greene s Place , her favorite past time is flirting, her favorite sport is roller skating Arnella Whiteside, another twelv fear member, is remembered as the best Wbanana split makern in school Nellie wa rather quiet in the grade but grew out of that during ner high school years Arnella na been in chorus for fot years She has been a verj good booster at ll of the bask t ball games and nas proved to be a v rj good sales lady of co c s ions Because of her acceptable personality, she 1 beer abletn make many friend She engoys thrilling and exciting rides, especially tue UF1ashU, which seem to be plentiful at amusement parks . . C .L . . t. .L q . , A 1 , lf 7 O -M 0 ' L H H . .t. I . ' ' .7 ' E Q . V . . . , ' s. T ' - J . J . 7 ' ' ' ' Q . T. . J E, . . g L f ,n Q . . . . ' e . s - , Q in ,EL . - fe - , C .L . u . o 0 ' - A I . ' . ' in 1 . - I . . ' A I 7 .4- . I . U ' O . . "' 0 " 0 4' O Q " ' . I l 1 n ni o 4 0 C ' . V . : . . , . . A . A. Barbara has always been very willing to help with all class activ- . 0 b . 1 . A S . . . , Q ' . . . X . . . . LS . . 4 . . . , . . . A U 1 L C s - g . - . ' SL ' V I ' 0 A 5 - V' - , -, - n ,v n. . , . 0 ' . A ' ' C' X 1 . . ' ' "' ' L . I 'vl ' S . ' . . S A L I . , .D A Q .L S ' ' 0 . ' 1 - a ' e'- . ' I A e ' n e.s' . A - ' -'sas i ' s. . . , . . . . , . ' . -x. O f V L , W Qu JJ! Q1 'f ... 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I 1, 75: A ggi . f' ' N- .. f , ALA' 1 f . .- FLEA Q' 5' -Q2 SUPHUWURES CLASS OFFICERS fvmoe Presldent Rolene Woodward Secretary T easurer Maroue Sharror Student Counoll Represeotatlve Arnella Murphy LHB CLASS Albert Hartman Row 2 Betty Jo Arthur, Betty Scalf, Phylll Sanford Row 3 Jacquellne Strlebeck, Betty Lou Glenn, ROS19 Stvm 'Pres1dent Wllllam Strange moved durlng flTSt omester 4 I ... 'I' L V Row 1 Rolene Woodward, Marcus Sharrer, Arnella Murphy, , ' S . . - . . A A 1 . . S M. 5 OP MORES W? 'ft ft 'E' ix 'Q 1 '35 3 A I 'fs ,., V ' 1' R " ' M , . 5 A f ., M J Vg' Q L .fE35b,. , Q 1, T vi- f ff ,5-Y' . L2 -f 6 .Y ' V ' i' n '- 1 f 1 W 1 pk X , YLVL f 1 R Y 54 'P T '6',, , . . 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A ' -Z-,-.-l - , . , , .L -F Q .Q Y , 'N 51' Q .. f .1 4 U V 1 5, ,,. .av B 5 X - V I '- A . .L',,f fe 'Jap A Q, 55.24 -- ' 2 ,. . , u if WI 5 . , 'I .J X l If W O E 06207 UI'd llke to be a kld wg ln, for Ju t one summer's day Wlth Jlmz my falthful pal agaln, we'd run away to play A dowu THE yellow orchard lane and by the r1ver's Tl And brlng a lvne and fish hook, too, b t flr t we'd have a SWlW And omehow, I lmaglne, that the swlm would wa n away The rust and blood and canker und tue nary year's decay Of lm3UGS and ldols and dreams of lone ago, And drencr the world wlth star dro the 1 y And And And The U dtobow I'd watch the llttle rlpples go SWlT1lHg down to sea saeculate and marvel on +he great nan I would e wonder what the bla world Feld the world ralzlng me world of llvery dream dust the world I oouldn't soe And then I wlsn the grimy hade of what I am today, Could steal b lde the dreamlrg boy and watch oln as he l y, And se bhe velvet t r shlne 1D the clear, un taIn1sh d eyes The eyes that oouldn't see the world that only saw the S1103 H . O I . .. if L ! O - . . . 4 3. S . . . . I 1 - . - .. " .L 1 1' I Y , . ' bl m, ' ' . - . I T1 . H I... J ... V W Q . .ce .1 Q . . I . , S Q I A ' S 'C 1 L. ' LJ. L .1 4. 7 s. . . . O 'L " A Q . 7 - 3 . . ,. 1 ' C - ps ln - Jag lt .Se el . . . . . , A , E' A nf..- b - e ' f 1 r Q " ,. J. . -. l s o V' . . . - ala . o a o .., .' A S 1" 0 0 0 0 ' 0 . . Q - ' S . - . . , . QS .I J.' c - 1 3' , Q J- A 'J . . - I, .L 0 QA "' M Q J Q a o ' 9 s 5 .I . . 7' , ' ' A O I .ffl I i . W 7 Y .ffx 1 T 1 P . 3 i . , J' i 9 .Y ' fl I 7Of shelby, Claude vt Ht, Pearl fx x,J,y Jay, H rry Jones, lhomes Leslle, John Roudcbush, ldt scott P, Guy CDecf1 ed yo 'r Hurley, Chester h nts, J s e ylHtS, Wlllle Shelby? Carl llcer, ou CD ea W6lllWV, VlOtOO QSO Arorhalt, Cuy G Scotteh Chtuhcey Klh , Lemme F CShelbyD Leslle, lreh QLUVUUI cfs! QU Colllrs, Wlll Dunn, Sarah CGodfr yj Eastes, Dore CPorcyD as James estes Ruby CLendJ Ostermejer, flOTl8 CU ncockl Shelbv, erace Cnlllotbj so , A le Uorlef, Pos oe L rd, Joseph Pa her? Floyd Q hford, Nettle Snyd r, E Alle 700 CROIGYD Crlder, Jes e N CDece1seJ5 VO! Ca tes, Beryl CGoodD Hurley, FlOSSl9 CDeceasedD Keller, hdlth Clruel CDec a Klrr, Pelrl CSWldPT lu sel or or Dece Ncw P, Frank MT COMFORT BQCOVES COMMLUSIONLD HICH SCHOOL Untll l909 only three years Ol nlsh chool were glv h, but slhce then there ha been glveh the regul r four year course The puplls of the verlous other olstrlct schools 1h the towrshlp were sent to the Mt Comfort school lh l9l9 the school was OTg3PlaGd G fx ft P V ...-J N . V. A, T 3 . f f 9 , x 4: T' P K L' tes, L T1 7 2J is V -, l . - it . . A xv ll A 4 lla. 4 1 fi 'C1 7-1 ' .Lx J f C, .Jo - .. . 8. FTW ' C A 4. L Q 1. v. JCS D 77 '. hestes l n KN I 111. X X. .., 3 lt.. ' A I' fi 5 ' Qt Nl 'I 1- O -" 63' Q- Tl Vi e s ' . 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L.. 1 4 'rv I O C A fllllfillll 1D a plan called the slx slx plan fherelh thc eventh and elfhth gf des were lncluded 1G th hleh school Owlng to the crowded COHd1tlOHS 1D l925 a few ddltlons t the bulldlng were ne essary The rew r c t blOH rooms L11 a laree assembly room were bullt on the thlrd floor much 'better and larger gymU3SlUm was bullt Along wlth the ac11t1ons to and lW orovements ln the bulldlng have come addltlon to the CUTTlCHlJF nt Comfort lS now a ontlnuou COWml 1 n d hlgh school and lS one of the best 1U the county It h bv no means reached per fectlon and much lS stlll bSlHE done by way of lmprovements fo JJ, Eastes, Beryl CGOOGD Ashcraft, Merle CSnowdonD Harley, Flos 16 CDeceasedD Jay, Dpllq QBQ Very Keller, dlth Clruel CDeceasedD Qggtten, nrry CW rverl Kms, Pearl Cenlderl smder, Stella Csmltm Newham, Frank gpglly John Stoner, Qtnlla CEastesD Wellln ffle COstermeyerJ Wrleht Florence CTrueD Byers, Lenna CTr1tt1poD I jjj Grlfflth, rlbert f Shelby, Hazel CF1nkD SH1jGT, Ethel CShortD making, Lgoma Stoner, V1CtOF E tag, Legg Grlffwth, Columbus NO Graduates 1D 1913 +Ple lnger, M TEUGT1tQ cH3Td1H5 Scot cn, Goldlo Deceased Scotton, N oml Chastesl . . . . - ' L " 7 xv' A EJ r'a -D 1 e D . . . . . . . l ,, , a o . . 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M1 LA. I , UJLEUDQH Farm shop boys put up two new basketball goals in gym. Boys glving them a good work out Clyde Harting spilled sulphuric acld in sclence room A hlgh o tlme for the freshman ton1ght,they had a class party Paul Schmldt, Natlonal Studlo plotovrapner took everyone' plcture Another blrthday, tHlS tlme, Jacouellne Str1ebec"s Mr Hlsselgrave of Soclal Securlty Admlnl tratlon po e to the senlor class Seventh and evghth graces lad a class party Wh t fun" St te Teachers' A soclatlon Lucky Clyde 1 rtlng, he h blrthday when there 1 n't any school State Teacher ' ASSOCl8tlOD Everyone came to scnool looking sleeny after allttle vacatlon Mrs M C Gllllcuty, Home ECOHOm1CS supervlsor V1S1tS school Yell leaders chosen NOVEMBER Marcus Sharrer's birthday Mrs Hollenback, State Dean of Sun shlne, addresses the hlgh school blT1S Election Day Ufoters Lawl Mrs V H Penrod shows fllms nd glve talk on alcohol Farm Bureau Meetlng Basketball game at Maxwel Another 9XCltiHg fire drlll F M Marshall blV8S mlscellaneous nrogram Never l ughed so hard ln all our llves fur ors are honored with a rew boy who enters school from Greezsburg H1 name, Oh, Ve , Don Llnk Ann Postma V1SltS chool HG g Jes an 1H+Pl + ng talk Basketball game here xlth Eder Dram l Cla s ve play The Slmple Llfe' Back to sclool wlth our n e to the grinl one after wonder S8DlOTS recelve rame Betty Scal1's bvrt Basketball game 1 f ed Feart X Tom Breneman sh lehes ol Buck C eek Township. Junlor play dre H Frye H sale man from chlo or Blos calls at school Jun1 present Hwlld Oa s Boyn, a very entertain lng pl I Basketball fare here wlth W1lklD5OH Advanced Home Ec glrls give sup,er X55- . I . . I . . . f' 1 ln v Q. O . . . , "' ' 'W .4 F . ,. J . . L 2 f U . . A , 0 I. . . , L lk I . . . . .0 L. F V , l 4 .J O ax, . . , A O A ,, , L O a I I , . . l, . Lua. ' S 0 .L CL a ' s . s L ' . , . . L . I . . . . . . C I O O O X . 5 s O - . . 0. A ' O . . A . F O O O .L Cl. J O . r n K- 1 . . .Lo 0 . . 0 0 1. U 1 , A ll 3- . . . . Q 1 l.L , ' 5 , 1 . "s A as ' . . l M L . . 0 . P:, . ,Aw , 1 .a .z. 3 L V - qu: ,,.1. a . .. S, - fJ lx -. lat cs s. gl s M ll 1 ' ' 1 f 1 O 1 ' J. . - A os-s . Q-sf - f' , . ' 1 ' ful week-end. Edna L1ncald's olrthday, , . . . - Q I .L A C'L'lTr.LSO o - ,-v,.,1ga, .. 1iw.i.L- c ,,--, , . ' 1-1, "M h ' Q 'l'.:lV,3 '..'l.l,,!'1 ..Jf.Lel" 1" o . ' -- , L.-A. - ow bv ohh? r- D , 0 4 1 .- - ss rehearsal. B. . e, lCG creat S A ss. 1 . . 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Q " 4 .V . , on V, f' H ff ff' ,- ff ,W 'X 4 DLCEDIFR Lewl Caln bro'e ha a m ln b sfetball nr CtlCG CROJ h a e ADOtHCl flre drlll, JHHlOT and sen or glrl wozk at Scottlsn Pate TUU1OT celve class sweater Ba 1 tball at D1 hers fkough Clll work tg ln S ot tlsh Rlte John Stader, year older today, it' hls olrthday TUHlO s recelve thevr cl s 1 np Ba ketba l JT v1lle ulS Ro ebcck and C0HFl tee provla he movle HVe1rs or Progrcs Ba ketbdll ine here wlth blrthday WIDC Dlxle Four program ta Pecelve olctures fror Poyal are working very hard on Chrl ima hown w Pale tlne wayne Ha t1ne ll po tponed because of deem nom S+Hd1O5 ev r ore xloased 1 Bask tball Same t NCCOFdSVll19 Chrlstmas Program Advanced Tore Ec Fl l have ea Parry Laveta Jnlth has a blrthday Fdna Klncald taken to he vltal for n appendcctomy Sun hlne lnltiatlon oostponed Basketball game here wlth Urlon lown hlp Sant Claus 3WT1V6S at noon Vveryore happy, vacatlon bevlns Chrlstma Day Sen ors have palty at Va y Kathryn rrown' JANUARY Back to the am old erlnd after a wonderful Chrl tma faca t1OU All New Year Resolutlon broke N Brown, coulty nurse, 51VGS pat h te t to grades on two, seven, and elght Semester exams Semester exam Second Semester beglns Senlors starting to work on the anrual at last Students look over exam capers Blues"' Mr Holzhausen very busy handlng out T shirt Cmust be qulte a salesman wlth such an order for 1 shlrt D Mls Rennels, county nurse, VlS1tS school County Tournament, County Tournament, Senlors racklng their bralns to flnd a name for the year book Richard Kelly came back to school CJust can't get rid of him? Farm shop boys prepare a table for table tennis. Fire drill, but no fire, Basketball game at Silent Hoosiers. Mr. Virgil Mullwns of Denoyer-Jeppert Co, pays visit. Q ' 'N I r l 1 t . K 'I- - I I I . L.. ' l 'NJ Q I .vm 5 2 ' 11 VLAJLJ . . . . . Q A f. 1- J. AN s x. .s -r a - -l , a . - wg- Q-m, 1 U I ' H 1 - . . . -. , . , . .L -.L S 7- .. .. L . ' 0 1. A Te' " Q. Sa - 5 1 . A 11' ' 'I ' 4. 'sie- -game src.. ,... ', f 's- 5-21, ac.c. - . . V - Q - rx -. 1. -, F. . -. . ' C1 V 'C v 6 ,. S .211 Q . . . . . -1 ,ul . .5 -'1. J- L 11 ' I 1 ... ua S 'l .150 ' S ,,..L. 211,212-:J fi... bi .- Lf' . . 11' 3' -4. - - , . V S "'- . alll. L, ' -, 1 - .Sufij as m. F1 ' I' If ' .L lx ... c ' " ls S A Q -. . - . . r ,J J-' - . 'NS c gcll . ' U9 r S ,Q Lx -JT .... 0115 - L I 'N ' ' .. 4. ' E 1 'V S S '-. , r, . Q ' .7 Sl y rg ' . ' ' V ' ' Q 'r 1 . A u . u I, r,.3f L Q., 'Q to . Q " " Fl 1 a . 1 . rf, . - 1 0 L.. '1 Q 3 F 'J ,L '..,.1'9 ov . . . . D . L .. . Q in 1' C 'Q JSE . 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O . . - - - -I EULHWWR Senlors plenty busy on School Annlal Ir Crump takes plctures for annual Basketball game here wlth McCordsv1lle Jack Fentz grow1ng older every day, speclally today, 1t'S h1S blrthday Mrs Rhynearson's blrthd y Everyone orderlng Buccaneer 31DS RPCG1V9 UTOOIS from plcture taken by Mr Crump B ketball game at Wllklnson The movle HColorado Rlveru shown Sun hlne lnltlation Senlors choose thelr motto 'Today we follow, tomorrow we leadn Everyone looklng at the b1rd1e today, more plctu es taken for annual by Mr Crump Basketball game at Moral FEBRUARY Mr Grlfflth and Mr Harden from Chesapeake 6 Ohlo Rallroad helps JuHlOTS and senlors declde on a trlp More U1CtUT8S taken for annual Max Steele makes vocal and lnstrumental recordlngs of ones competlrg 1D the solo and ensemble audltlons at hHHC1S Mat Steele makes T6COTd1Hg1Ufh1gh school clorus at Farm Bureau meetlng Barbara Jean Stewart's blrthday The senlors also declde on wearlng formals and sults at the Commencement Basketball game at New Palestlne Solo and Ensemble Audltlons at Muncle Everyone busy orderlng plctures Look at all the blue rlbbons that were won ln the contest at MUHC16 lovl shown HRubber lends a handn Bask tball me here wlth Maxwell Movve 'Polltlcal P 1L1 sn shown Arrella Whlteslde has D rtj for SSH1OTS and thelr guests Jun lor hlgh tournament Three comedy movles slown by the gunlors qGH1OTS uslng every e tra mlnute to catch up on thelr sleep I wonder whf? Everybody's unlucky day Bascetball g me at Carthage Senlors have class m0QtlHb Mlss Hancock's blrthday Advance Typlnb Class nuts out school caper Senior recelve commencement announcements Hlgh school chorus presents program for Lenten ervlces at McCordsv1lle Church Buffet luncheon at Mrs Rhvnearson's Patty Fentz hart her ankle ln Phy d Lewls Calr taken to hospltal Ior operatlon Basketball game at Plke Township James Lanslnser vas taken to hospltal after same State Solo and Ensemble Audltlons at Terre Haute Teachers Instltute . . . 1 ,fu - L 0 A l . . V o 0 . . . . . . 0 . . - . o fl o . 1 0 . ,. h . 1-. 1 . ' VS .C Q Q F . Y. . . 3.0. ' p . . . . . . , - g y-1 H 5 Q .... ' 1 ' o . . . Q . M 1 .L - " 0 Q , 0 . . . . I 0 I . . . . . . ' JL 0 ' . . . . V . . '. . . l ' A ' 0 . . , - l Al o c "' ' V c . . . . L - 'L .L O . ' 0 . . . . 0 . . . o . -. . . ,, . . Q . 1. 9 .- 0 . . , . . 4' . -e ga f- . l a'. e W 0 . . 'U . . 1. L U. X r -. 0 " . . J- C . A . . . . f al L 0 k 1' - . . 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L Q . 0 EHLHWR Mr Crump VlS1tS school More blue lmbbons won 'tTe reqaute Basketball boys pra tlce at Greenfleld for Sectlonal Tourney Reoort cards lssued Look t all the long faces Sectlonal Tournament Sectlonal Tournament Sectlonal Tournament WARCH Seriors worklng hard decldlnv on thelr play Mrs M C Gllllcutty, Home Ec Sapervlsor v1s1ts school Home Ec Club mGG+lHg Characters 1D senlor Jlaf chosen Rehearsal for County HLSlC WQStlV l A tur'ef 11 school today Serlor boys put one 1D the llbrary Home Ec Club meetlro Elmer LcDon ld enters school from Rushvllle James Lans1nger's blTbhQ 1 Basketball b ncuet lovwe shown to the lrls Ctoo b d boysl Hlgh School Fome Ec Club soonsor Stanlev party at Nt Comfort Church Orchestra pre ents program.atREMC meetlnv at Greenfleld Home DC room belng palnted JUDlOT and senlor blTlS and several mothers serve at SCOttlBH Home c Clubs snonsor katlng oalty t Founta1ntowr Oh, achlnb back Junlor and en or lT1S ard s veral mothers apaln serve at GCOttlSh RltG Palm Sunday Hlgh sclool chorus S1Hg at Nt Comfort Church Senlors WOTk1UU very n rd on annual Movle UIt's all Your' H shown Junlor hlgh glTlS sing at Mt Comfort Church Forty two students wenl to ureenfleld for che t X ray Sun shlne banquet Good Frlday program Easter Sunday, servlces n all churches JUH1OT Home Economlcs Club lect dlSHGS for Home Ec deoart ment Mr Harrls and sever l senior boys went to lndlanaoolls ln behalf of the anrual Skru Ball game hrs kthey, county attendance offlcer, v1s1ts school Everyone back ln school, no C3SU8ltl6S l st nlvht CSkru Balll, but posslbly a few sore Jolnts and bru se Flre Drlll . . . - Ti 0 Q .... -q. :J ' -l .L .L Q I 6 a 0 0 - U . . 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' .L D 0 1 CQLWUUI1 APRIL Aprll Fool's Day The All County MUSlC Festlval at hortvllle The Mt Comfort Ch rch has Dasket Supper and a whlte elephant ale H1vh School Home F and M H Club meetlng Gladys Prlckett and Romona Bryant VlS1tS setool Party for JUHlOlS and SGH1OTS at Arnella Wnltes de's Back to the same old vrlnd fter a wonderful 'week end Plac t1ce really starts on senlor play Army Day No school because of heavy raln Flrst nlght practlce on senlor play Everyone be lng down Senlors are guests of Rural VOUthEH1GTGGUfl6U.MGmOTl l Bulld 1H D1k1G Four Quartet presents prooram ln chool AUdltOT1UN Sen lors go to Creenlleld for Vocational Conference Drapes out up ln Home Ee Department Improves the room State Sunsllne meet at Lafayette ht Comfortrwell represented Mlss M C Cllllcuty V1SlbS Home Ee Department ell pleased wlth our lmprovements Dress Rehe rsal ior senlor play Mr CIUND takes play ulcture State Inspector, Mr Jaclson, vlslts school endance Arnella Wn1teslde's blrtlday Maxwell and MCCOTdSV1llG LT ck meet Jurlor Hlvb party Paper Drlve by Junlors and enlors Gee, what fun' Wllklnson Track meet All Senlor Hlgh p rty M Cord vllle Tra k meet + For M1119 dlgh School Cholu g1VeS profram at A lty Chu ch Wllllam Ca1n's blrtzday County 'rack meet at Greenfleld Honow Nlght Leap We r U rty at Patty 1entz's Sponsored by Hlgh School Home Ee Club MPV Baccalaureate New Palestlne Track meet Ctentatlveb Last d y of school for SGHlOTS Senlors hoplng thelr dlplomas are slgned' Commencement Theme The World Is Ours Last day of school Hurrah' Chester Dav1s's blrthday SGU1OPS and Junlors st rt on thelr trlp to Washlngton D C , New Yo k ul+V, and lagara Falls . 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Q ORGHES 7'RA " "f"-:-f- 010905 JV The Mt Cowfort orchestra h urnl hed nu Je lor the chool aye, LHTLSLJW ere , and have Q rtlcw Uted 1F the Co T M510 Teetvfo re o e stra owes rucl ofeclatlon and erltl u e o owl dtrcct r, M1 Padebc us the nest y s fue menaels o Row l June herlf Snark , Rlehs d K, who , oatlently the orchestrw ppedr Steele, George Stum worked vlth as pollofs Botti Sealf anete Sm 41 Jacl Fen z FISIWOS se e , Ilofl mrue Chsrles Scqlf, John Stader, Do thy Gnu Drown, er! lou Row 2 Paste Jones L sln er Row 3 Rodebecl Wayne dertlne 11rv Tathryn Brown, Phjllls We +, A'lCll3 Vurptj, D v d narnett T10 Tl -we Pe eent et U e 1 e presen e e ra lVL+y Ol Flfl S rtq for layee v +1 he ent nce o e e et ' e 1 cr t o 11se vol we f fn Q o le C I SEND Story d Curlstn mUo1C bv 1UdlVl .1 'If dJels wld the hlen school m1XGi chor1e ne reces lonll wesc-ver bedutlftl scfne wlth the entlre group of part1cln1nts leav ne the dark 11liOlu n Wltb llghteo caneles, slng ng Sllent 51' t Tn s wwe one of the larger WCtlJ1tl0S of the fee presented of the MJSIC depurtment The H gh School Chorus 15 one of the best musrcel OTg3Hl73 tlons 1U our school Durlng the year, nembers have taken part ln the State Chorus, programs at the dlfferont churches, the County Muslc Festlval, and the Chrlscwas Peeeint. They afpear ln the plcture as lollows Row l Laveta Smlth, Arnellu Whlteslde, 'dna Klrcald, Eugene Rlch ardson, Charles Scalf, Marx Shwrrcr, Lloyd True, J1ne Ierle Sparks, Juan1t1 StT1Sb6CL, ery Lou Eastes Row 2 Wartha Prlckett, Barb ra Jean Stewart, Jgmee S rnett, clyd Heltlng, Jack Fentz, Weyne Hertlng, Davld Barnet Patty Fentz, Dorothy Ann Brown Row 3 Janet Ross, Lols Amy Lee, Maryann Schuyler, JQCkl6 Strle beck, Betty Scalf, Leola Kemerly, Lols Ann Farmer, Rolene Woodward D . . - . - . M V n as l s D A s., ' J J s M t fi .- 4. , . .: -.A - . , '. pl, s the ,,l ,res Puioant , L ,a,u. -p,,e A J C an,y ' 'I V J ,. " FYI .- E., 7 .. . ' -7 - ,-!- ' h gesoltvlw lg :Chee f to 4 2 ap-3- fn Orr ?- L Q l . . L. . , . t do t .1 ,,.- -o. ss Lf , fc J ha: -' 4 -, H U f f , ' V i7 ear . 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" . - A. vs .1 , SEX767' OUARTE7' .fLrCEM.o.,.c.S The boys' quarte+ known es the UConfort Fouru, cons1st f Cas they appear ln tne,p1c+ureJ Uay1e Hartlne, Jack Barnett and Charles Scalf, wa o ganlfed ln the fall dfr ' e d T9CflOD of N15 Rodeoeck, to QTOX14 erte J r F C 1 play Slnee that tnme they ravc sur pro fs, lhclalnng church, chool, Farm Bure 1 ard In add1t1on to the bove, the! reee1ved Pentz, D3V1d of 'I 946, an ta1nment for on numerous QT' f pl horo 11 the otate Rural Youth entert 1UmC1t contest at tae Ind laua State ral WTFTHV the past school year they 9C9lV9A blae rlobons both the Dlstrlct and State Ensemble Audltlons by pl ClHV 1n f1TSt dlvlslon J ck and Dave, who graduated this year, wlll be greatkynussed but we hope they wlll contlnue with their group Several students partlclpated ln tne D1str1ct Nlsic Contest at Munc e th s year The p rt1c1oants and thelr plac 1 s re as follow boy's quartet CODSlSt'HF of Wayne Hartlr , I ck F ntz, D v Sarnett, and Charles Sealt, flrst, glrls sextet co of Ldve Sml h, FGWH Klnca 6 Role e Voodward, Junnlta Strlebeck, June Marle Sparks, flrst, Charles solo, flr t, Wayne Hartlng, vocal solo, flr t, June vlolin solo, first, Laveta M13 oml h, oboe olo, dartlng, plano solo, flrst, Laveta Smwth p13nO olo, Betty Sc f Scalf, vocal Marle Sparks, flrst, Wayne second Students placlng ln flrst dlV1blOH in the Distrlct Solo and Ensemble Contest were ellgible to oartlclpat 1n the State audl tlons held at Terre Haute on February '91, l97+8 Those placing :m f1TSt dlvision were boys' quartet, Charles Sc lf vocal solo, wayne Hartlng, vocal solo Laveta Smlth, oboe so o, June Mar1e Sparks, v1ol1n solo, second dlvlslon Wayne Hartlnv, P113 solo, glrls' sex+et The group was ceo W nled to these contests'hyAi s Matllda Rodebeck and hrs H rvev Sparks Thls year, fo the fwr t t re a vnrls' s tet from Mt Com fort School, oarticlpaied 1n the 51St lct Ensemble Tusic contest whlch was held t rtncle, Febru1ry 7 RG061VlHg flr T 61V S on honors, qualllled them to compete ln the Stw+e EHSPIkl9 Contest, two weeks later, at Terre iaute H re they recewveu second dlv islon May other contlnue the hood work The group appear ln the ploture ss follows Laveta May Smlth, June Marle Sharks, Betty Scalf, Ja n1t Strle beck, Edna Klncald and Rolene Woodward , - ' - o O .1 - . 4 ... .J . - . , Q A. 4 - . 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UI i ' . 0 ' I I dv I ffm V OLIU QCCURDSUU DUO For nearly eight years June Marie Sparks and Laveta May Smith have been playing together and have become one of the most out standing and popular musical ensemble of the community June playing the violin, and Lnveta the accordion, have had prominen places in the Farm Bureau and 1 H Club pro rams, have entertained for banquets, wedding , receptions, and variou other program in side and outside the state of Tndiana Besides being entertainers, they have played in numerous church services They have given un selfnshly of their time and talent for the benefit, pleasure and insp ration of others In recent years they have participated in District and State Solo Contests and there Laveta, playing the oboe and June, the violin, have again won honors by placing in first ivisions. Thus have they not only added to themselves but to the school and com- munity honor and achievement. In 19h1, June participated in the National Music Contest at Flint Michigan and winning first division. Since then the Na. tional Auditions have been discontinued. we congratulate June and Laveta on their splendid work and wish them the best of luck for the future. HONOR 1937 1933 1939 1939 19wO 1041 91 1 +1 91+ 1941 194 1 11,1 1 U1 lf'7+l 1911.2 1942 19H2 40 fJQCJ?I'lY Cfxfw' PIAQUE Senlor wlth h1gh9St averave for four years h s name placed on plate Band, lst dlvlsion, Dlstrlct, Westfleld Bookkeeplng, lst dlVlSlOH, County Comp rolal Corte t Or he tra, lst dlVlS1OH, D1 trlct, T o1e t r Band, Best marchlng, D1StT1Ct, Ulr hester Orchestra, lst dlVlS1OH, D str1ct, C morldge Clty Shorthand, lst d1v1s1on Cotntf Commerc1al Contest Orthe Band, Ban1, Oreme Bant, Grohe Banu, Binf Band, Orche Band, stra, lst d1v1 lon DlSbT1C1, Un on olty lst dlVlSlOD, Dlstr ot, UH1OH C1ty Sweepstakes, D1S+TlCt, UQ1OH olty stra, lst d1v1s1on, State, Hunt ngburg lst dlvl lon, State, hurtlrebwrg tra, Best playlng, St te, Hun11ngburg Best playwng, State, Huntlrsburg Sweepstakes, State, Hunt ngburv lst dlVlS1OH, D1 ttlct, Cambrldge Clty stra, lst d1v1s1on, D1StTlCt, Ca brldge Clty lst divislon, State, Greenfield ,,,, , ,.,,, . lar, 192 1 'H " . ,' N L 1 1 .1 1 3,15 1 f,s s r at A 1 ' -31 1 1 Q ' , .s -- . 1 11 Qi 3, 1 Lf' 1' 1 , . 1 . af Y' i A -711 1 - y. 2 Q' V, . -, "wt '.,. 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TCW U John Fentz Senlor HJackU has played leur years on the varslty He has been one of the big men ln gcttlng rebound and 1 a very rel1able p1vot nan He has al o devtldped a very accurate plvot shot, and H15 place w1ll be hald to f1ll Fha les Sanford Sen1or 'Charl1e' 15 a Forward and he b played tn ee years on the V3TS1LY He has a keen ab1l1ty for get tlng rebounds a well as belng a leadlng scorer M13 henght, ex perlence, and ball h ndllng ab llty w1ll be m ssed neat year D v1d Barnett Senlor 'B1g Dave' has played three ye rs on the var 1ty be has b en ore of the be t defensvve rorwards on tne team TllS ve r H1 SPOTlDg on t1p rs has be n h1ghlf 9fllCl9lt H13 s e ard snoot1ng accuracy w1ll be v ry hard to reola J mes Lanslnger Qen1or HJ1WH 13 one of the scrapp1est gu rds cr 1X frn, and lt was Jln as lenment to handle the hot nots of tn etrer team H13 pre ence w1ll be m1 ed next year Wllllam Ca1n Sen1or HB1llH has played three years on the var 1ty nc 1 a v ry aggre ve guard and a good drlbbler too H h s been very good defens1ve man Hws calmness and experlence w1ll be WlSSGd by next year's team Uryal Wn1tes1de Junlor NWh1t1eH ha be n on the varsity for two years H15 accuracy from the f1eld and the free throw tr1pe has be n extremely lmportant 1n many games As a guard F13 long range hoctlng and hlS ball handl1ng w1ll be important to the team next year John Stader SGDIOT nJohnnieH has pl yed two year as forward on the var 1ty He has plenty of f1pht and has played very well Ol fre re rve team Before Johnnle cmqe out for b8SAGtbJll, he prov d to be a very rellable student manager He w1ll be N18 d next year George Stum JUHlOT NGeorgeN has played two years as a guard on the V3'SltY George has been very tough on rebounds and he also has plenty of scrap too He has been a very rellable re ervc and should prove to be a very tough regular next year H13 S120 and experlence wlll be very helpful too Lloyd True JUnlOT UOttU has played two years a a forwald on the va s1ty and 1S a very good ball handler He lS 1 good offen slve player as well as belng tough on defense He 1S one of the best prospectlve basketball players we w1ll have next year - i 0 o In . an A D - . A C . fn . . 1' 'Y 'I " S . S . . 1- E . A Q ' S ' 7? f -' . . . , A -L N, 1 A , . . 7 ! ' - .1 ac..-,F " - . J. -as . M . - . . l J. .- ' C. Q - ' , ' ' 4 1 6 . . f. . . A Q x J , ' 9 4 " . A . 4 . . . W 1 U. ' .L 1.1. ., 'J o . . - I ' I E1 -1 - - Il l . Y . A , .. S 4 Q - - - A. ' 1. ... ' s. up - - . . . , . Q A . - W ' I L Q Q S 1 - "TL J. I 1134 S ' 1. a . . . 1 . . 3.23 - . ' 9 - Q. 'X ' CG . . - . . . . ,L 8. 'LJ "' A: ' 4. . A ,J Sa. F' - 4- .- 1 +V ' ' - ' Mt. Com.o:t has on une team tnls year. He was a very tough def- . V . .V ! . - , -' .3 fe me ' 1 s s D f W s - . r -L . . .A 3 an . a 5 QS ' - Q . . - . . ... -. C -. f-1 ' Tv . ' C' A nn-1 ' Q . " .3 C ODA. 1 .. Q 8 . . . -Q 2' -- Q - ' ' ' . . la n y . . . . . J- . S- " S G . . . . . at - s A . . W . Q A . Q .L 0 . F . . . Q , . I O .. ' .. Q 4' ca. Q ' H . . A, CA. D 0 -7 C. .1 ' . Y. . - . - 1 -, L .1 1 K A Q ' ' L A . ' :- . . . Go Q A O A g ', A Qv . s . J -. - A - 1 ... 0 Q - . cg . .f ' .J . . o Q . . - a ' I rw 1 " " c r. Q nn . . - .L L o C. " . . I . I . . lv 4. - 0 'N 99 SX? Ffa x E av 5 'xi 5 f 9. 4. Ho1.zHAus4-:N N I . 5 K ' A FENTZ LANSINGER BARNETT SANFORD 2,5 CAQN WHITESIDES STADER 'Nw STUM MARY K MARY L TRUE rg NX S ' IQ Q 88 Q ,fx 5X ,f A E A is 51 .Fw , f N g f- 'I arc' 9 Q I I sf x w , 1 ' . 5, iw.: , Y k fi s ,Q ' 2 1 W . A 44 ' . l t -A -fiffis- . f f A C3009 SKA LMA1 I Stands lor f lrnes 1n games or argument Works for hls te n rather than hlmSGlf Follows the rule of tho game Is courteous to opponents Is a good loser The Athletes What do you thlnl the attltude of the playe s should be9 Is any one player ever to bla e rc C loss of a team game? If you were havlnb poor lucl or fulbll would you rather have, encoura emeut or Jeer rlune a vou and w1y9 The Spectator How should a peetator act toward the OppOSl1U S1569 Do you thlnk lt lS poor sport man hnp on the part of the crowd to geer at a player' W1 taae or bad luck? Whyo How can a spectator spoll a gaue or nov can he help wln a game? How can a team wln even though lt loseso what lS coarte y ln the bleacher 9 Rate Your elf I-J tri N o cb I-1 1-4 cn I5 4+ NC ro C1 o o Q- os 'U o o v-1 -ll' fl co I-s Q. Hd o o '-s FOI-' -Fw GNN-V1 NJ Courteous A good sport ln everythlnv Stand for falrres ln games or ar uments Work for your team rath r than yourself Follow the rule of 1 g me Are courteous to oaporents Are a good lo er I fhx P - I XX ' - N D . . l. a s 4 1 s, . . 2. 8.1 ' - . Li . .L 3. s e . . L, - X U L l 5- - C O . V . .W - x 4. i ' - J. . ', fs 4,1 -1 ', X o - JT ofli , . . . rr " Y 'Po' lx . -1 ll ' Q' ,x ' rw -D -3- O ' . U 1 .L .J O L, U, l . S2 F .- . Q 1 D . v . . . F B I . a .. L Q D . ' 0 ' cf 1- rw ' LJ J.- Q Q - Q - , - K i 1 ' 45 .. ' . . - . ' I .. s , - . " S 3 S . S -n 9 nu ' nn 9 -. ' . o . . . l ' Q 0 . F . H A 9 -L D Q. - ' 0 . - A f G s . 0' 0 .L ' LJ C 3. 0 f .' ., - o J. a . S . I HRST TEHVU Row 1 Stu Mgr Collins, Coach holznause Stu Mgr Mattick Row 2 L Caln, B Caln, Stum, Stader, Sanford Fentz, Barnett, True, Lensinger, WhltCSid6S Maxwell Eden Sacred Heart W1lkinson FlShQTS Fortvllle New Pal tln UhlOh Two Charlottesvllle Co Tourney Sllent HOOS1GTS McCordsv1lle W11k1HSOH Moral New Palestlne Maxwell Carthage Plke Twp They O m County Tourney We They New Palestin McCordsv1lJe Sectional Tourney We "1 ey W11KlnSOn lOTtVlll9 40 N , - ,ve . . . . ' 1 A n, '. . . 0 r I t . K ' , We 36 20 61 2? y 33 3 C .H ' ' ' no H3 ' .- 21 31 - ' ' 28 - . 7-+2 27 es ' G 35 30 ' . 37 31 McCordsville 36 Fortville 21+ 51 Cfinali . L . 3,, - - 35 ua -' - - Qu- 31? -- ' ' 32 30 ' ' 26 39 -- mh U 7-+3 51 ' ' ' 37 35 ' H2 M6 ' ' - 55 UUW QUIT When thlngs go wrong, ao thnv sometnmeo W111, When the toad you'ro t udg ng ueoas dll up hlll Whom the Ilndo aio low Quo two dobts are Dlgh Ani ou wont to srllo but ou bovo to S1 n 7 9 Wnev foto 1 D1o Jou mown 3 blt, Ro t, lf you mu V but donft you qu t L4 e 15 oueot Wlth lt twm to auo turns As ovoryoro of lg so ftlr loaruo, An Loy 1 f'llUTC towns about Inen ho lftt huvo von h d he otuok lt out, uon't glVD up, thouob the pace so ms slow You nlgnt ucceed with another blow Often the goal 13 nearer than It Qecms to Q falnt nd faltering man, Often tho Qtrugglar has glven up When he Wlgff huvv cuotui d lho VlCtOF'S cup Ard ne logrned too lato wtof hp n gmt 11D How cloeo he was to tue goider crown Success 1G i911UVG turnnd LD Loo out The Qllver tlnt of two cWoudO of doubt And yol nfver can tell How close you are t wiy e ntor wuer 1 somm 1 or So StlCf to tht fnqot when vour bwrdost tlt It's when f0lHgo deem worst th 1 501 mustn't ped down, qu t N. . 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Y V r- c- fi ' r 1 - , 1 ,L 1 M4 1.4, 1 o .1 - ... 9 SEEUUU TEQVH Row l F Cain, Harting, J Barnett, Kessler, Scalf Bow 2. McFarland, R1chardson, Blue, Hutcheson, Sharrer, Coach Holzhausen Maxwell Sacred Heart Wilkinson Flshers Fortville New Palestlne MCCOTdSV1l1e Union Twp The Y Charlottesville McCordsv1lle Wl1kinS0n Moral New Palestine Maxwell Carthage Pike Twp They ' f 1 gif 'Q H I - Eff 16 A Yi 20 Eden 19 11+ Silent Hoosiers ll 29 13 15 ' 17 22 28 22 n ' I lk 20 ' ' 19 27 ll 17+ 18 16 - ll 20 ' 18 l 16 ' 33 20 ' ll 18 - 15 27 o 28 . 1 ll 21 Q Ji ef ,fm so f ing' 'K' 5?'1'3 VN? .- N a w l S X I I ' N w Q P, X 1 , Dwi- if , x s.r- M ,HL xr ,, . h Q I", , X x . A ' 1 - 'f A if , - L--- deff' -- TLC" h E. 1 ,- J -. "WYE" ' " . W t q Ehril X 1 , X , Yi N " 1 'y- - . S l' I Q'Wff'wi - Vi. ww Q ' I - ...gg .- ' i V- if V3,1g . . l-' i 9' ii " s 1 I :M L ' L FJ i Q! iw,, 5 A ltf2Y5r at :M-V f l s 3 2 l r i Q -J M- i lx - v ,.-.I 1 x I 4 I, 4 N L gi! 3, s ,, f, I -, A h t Y x . . L , .. ,VL 9 Tfiywt. J V f ,zz f : 3' f 4 J - M ,, '3fQ f . A ' 5 . 'N ij yis ' -14 .- , K. I -L 0 ' ' ky . 1 LU ' 4. if Q . "K ' 1:-, fp Q1 A ' V , V " fr? , X V 5.5 ,514 . CD y fl ff . ' , - ' K,-I ,f ' V , Q 4 V , ...... I A 54 'f"lTl""K-"K f' "'l K5 "' P riffirl bor KJQL .of oldf ..,., McCordsv1lle Fortville 2 7 New Palestine 10 9 Wilkinson 3 20 Pendleton 7 12 McCord sville 3 New Palestine 7+ 5 This was the first year that Mt. Comfort has had a baseball team. They did very well this year by winning two of seven starts and lost some very close decisions. Watch for them next year! fb mm '54 42 IJJQACK far N Row 1 Lansinger, True, Stum, Sharrer Row 2 Scalf, Whitesides, Richardson, McFarland, Harting, Kessler Row 3 Stader, Blue, Sanford, Davis, Fentz, Barnett, Coach 'Holz hausen TRIANGULAR MEET Mt. Comfort 110 McCordsvi11e 27 Maxwell 2h Mt. Comfort's fleet footed track men opened their season with an overwhelming victory. They placed first in all events. Watch for their heels in coming track meets. Shot put - Sanford 220 yd. dash - Sharrer Pole vault - Fentz 220 yd. low hurdles - True Broad jump - Lansinger 880 yd. run - Stum 120 yd. high hurdles - True Mile relay - Fentz, True, Blue, 100 yd. dash - Hutcheson Cain. Mile run - Stader Half-mile relay - Lansinger, High jump - Sanford Sharrer, Stum, HMO yd. dash - Sharrer Hutcheson. n a an , . '5 1' : : sl KY v ' A ' I NL' 1 "ii: Q 1- X I 4 1 F 2 fc 7 t I. s I . 1 -2 ' L : 4 1 A . N wf ' 'Ne ? 15" 1 K :I K Q., 5 Ks' 2' Q . Q- 5 "X, ' ' ' ' 'J 'X I . . n I JR. -HIGH NFUIM D SmKmd,J L mb, D Marx Meloon, D Lowder L bnaifer, I Kem e ly H C o STAND G R u enn, D S lto, L Helny, I P IVMGT, W Small, R SL lebeck, D Sxor , J Lowder F81-SL?-f-1-v NG J Lowder, D Sanford, H Crock, L Shaffer, I Kem erlj ING R Glenn, D Stoner, D Lowder D Molton, D Sml h ANDING D Marx, L Helny, W Shull, I Plummer, R Strle beef, Coach M Holz hausen N .Lf Z Q s 8.4 ' o , Dc x 4. A s, O 7 l' W 0 Q ' r , . 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Q '--xv-. +5 x 1 'V cJKC1f-XNILAI' UNJ The Student Councll was organlzed 1n October 19197, by the student bo f, W1+h Mr Har lS as faculty aoxlser ine Student Cou c l 19 ade up of two relre entatlves i om ch class One reor entat ve lS chosen by the class, a d the otae senta tl e 1 we C s Pre ldent The seventh and elglth g des have ore r presonta ve each Th COHSt1TLtlOH for the Student Councll was posted on the board and re d by everyone Then at the meetlng on October 10, l,+7, t1e Student Councll adopted lt The Student Councll p omotes many useful act1v1t1es durlng the school year It arranged for Mls Ann Postma o speak to the st dont body Her talk was engoyed by eve yone It lso sponsored a t lte tennls game which all the students have ea yed durlng the nool hour, and V1TlOUS assembly programs glven by each class from the sew nth through the twelfth Nembers of the Student Councll for l0H8 are the followlng Row 1 Rolene Woodward, Sophomore Arnella Murphy, Sophomore, Jack Fentz, Senlor, Mary iathryn Brown, Senlor, Patty Fentz, Freshman Row 2 Harold Crock, Seventh Grade Uryal Whltesldes, Junlor, Wllllam Shull, Elghth Grade Eugene Rlchardson, Freshman, Lloyd True, TuDlOT The Student Councll also organlzed the Booster Club' The Booster Club lS the pep club of the school It 1 the purpose of the club to boost all 8Ct1VltlGS of the school Its m noe s felp wlth athletlc event such as decoratlng the gym, orgunlzlng the cheerlnv sectlons, helplng the cheer leaders and lso lplng wlth other work durlrg 1 basketball game or oth r et 1 1 woot nvs e members of the Booster Club also help to organl c g ouns t attend games away from home The Club 15 open to all students who wlsh to become real boosters of the school fx 1 4 1 - J N- xx . . . .- J , - . . - . rw 1 v L: 0 I' ... .1 . 7 o , LJ ' , : ' , . . . .:. - .-., 11-1 . 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Th ' 17- fn fx I ' 1 4-1 -, SJ KA. - R- - n ' c ' .L o WV' mw g -'SW' Y Y W .V ,yN.-.....- , i W K A l ' .5 1 ,. ., f ,5 ,V , ' 'A 'Q -fi-f',.,'f ,,i5,1v,1,::f ff' Q YT L4-fl C 3,U"d In 197-V7-l9'+8 the Junior Homemakers 7+-H Club of Buck Creek Townshlp had as thelr leader Mrs. Ruth Rhynearson She has done much for the club durlng her time as leader The club has re celved ten gold s als for thelr ch rter In order for any club to recelve one of these seal , lt must have at least 857 completlon of members for th t year The member for l,l+7 191-+8 are Row l M ryann Erwln, Dlan Steele, Rlta Crock, Ethel Chastaln, Batty Halnes, Patty Wal on, Shlrley Mcnarland, Dotty Scalf, Karen H nes, Rhea Lowder Row 2 Vlfglhlq Brown, Ellnor Ca1n, Phyllls Barnett, Vlfglnla Scalf, Wllma Boucher, Barbara Lowe, Joyce Sanford, Patty Merlau, Hazel Murfln, Gladys Hartlng, Marlene G llmore, Jackle Bee on, Doris Jean Foltsapple, Charlotte Flsher Row 3 Laveta May Smlth, Lo1s Amy Lee, June Marle Sparks, Betty Jo Arthur, Betty Scalf, Arnella Murphy, Betty Lou Glenn, Patty Fentz, Rosle Stum, Phyllls Sanford, Janet Ross, Dorothy Ann Brown, M s Rhynearson Club offlcers for l97+8 are the followlng Pres1dent June Marle Sparks Vlce President Betty Scalf Secretary Treasurer Laveta May Smith Asslstant Sec Tre s Patty Fentz Song Leader Lo1s Amy Lee Recreatlon Leader Virglnia Scalf News Reporter Phyllls Barnett Health D1TGCtOT Marlene Gallmore Cltlzenship Dlrector Elinor Ca1n In l9H7 our club was fortunate enough to have several glTlS exhlbitlng at the Indlana State Falr These g1T1S were Ellnor Caln, Laveta May Smnth, Betty Lou Glenn, and Betty Scalf Betty Scalf placed ln thlrd d1v1s1on 1n b klng, Betty Lou Glenn placed dlVlSlOH lr baklng and ClOLHlHb June Marie S arks reure erted Haneock County 1U LUG State Dress Revue at the Audrtorlum of the M H Club BUlld1DECMltHG ot t Falr Grounds lH Scptembcr of l,M7 She modeled red wool sult whlch she had made an her ClOth1Hg progect The County Achlevement Provr m was held Febru ry , laH8 At thls meetlng several awards were won bv glTlS ln our club Ruth Ann Caln won 1 schol TSh1D to Purdue Unlferslty, L vet M y Smlth won the County B klng Award and the County Clothlng Aw rd, and Betty Scalf won a olaque for the Wood Prcparatlon Jud Jag Conte t +Members not ln the plcture are Nelle Prlckett, Betty' Bother, Shlrley Boucher, nd Erma Llvely . . D . . u e a . ' Q . . . ' c S 0 ' 4 , a . :zz ' S C " f. .2 , . . , . A . a . F . . . , . , S 4, L U f- -1 CLA.- . , ' 0 . . . . . . . . . Cf- .L ... n . L C. ' . . q . C. A CL . , . - s L A A I , . . I' I I . . O . . . - . bn 1 - - ' u " 0 " L . . - h . . . , - . . . . - . . . . . . I 0 I . i I . . . . . . A . w a . . . . . . . . . . . ,. ln flTSt d1v1s1on ln baklng, and Laveta May Smlth placed 1D llTSt . . . . . . .L ' 1. 'T 4 ' T ' .1 .L p . A ss. B .f , . a . . . , T . . ,J C ' , . '-Q , L M Q. E3 ' ' 1 ' 2 0 . - a e ' . , . M . . ., 4. ' Q - U al L - a 2 C . . . . . ' L. L L ' U 7 . Q a r a A " . G a 2 a aa L.' 4. 1 - F.. . ' 1... . Q. f' L.. , ' ' . J- J A. L K Q A' F . -h H C- -1 ,I S 0 , - . I s . 8. 0 BOYS 4-17' CLUB 410067111 6' TEAM ..J ..J In l9M7 the Buck Creek Bucls 1ns were pT1VlLCgCd to have as thelr leader Mr A A T0TWllllgCT He has lncrea ed our enroll ment conslderably 1U the hort tlme that he h s been Wlth u In l9H7 the club had a gudglng team to place econd 1U the County D ary Judglrg Conte t Thev were then prlvlleved to go to the dlStTlCt contest leld at Noblesvllle The members of our club dld very well ln the county M H ex h1b1t JlmmlC Barnett had the champ oa Jersey cow and wed two flr U wnlle Donald Sp rks won flTSt vlth h1s Angus heafer NOlTlS and Davld Barnett each won a flTSt 11 th d lry cl ses The rest of the members had very nlce GXhlb1tS Club members for l9U8 are the followang Row l Donald Spark Jlmmle B rnett, P trlcla Merlau, Jackle StTlGb9Ck, Pnyllls Barnett, Davld Barnett, Wnlllam Calr, Roland Crock, Mr Terwllllger Row 2 Phllllu Sparks, DlCy16 Reeves, Johnnle Steele, Phllllp Low der, Doyne Lowder, Franklln Caln, Dale Sanford, Louls CW1D, Bobble Glenn beck, Donald Smlth, Sldney Weedman, Danny Re Vee, NOTTIS Barnett, Harold Crock Th1S year's OfflCOT are the fO11OW1Hg Presldent Wllllam Caln Vlce Presldcnt Franklin Caln Secretary Tre surer Jlmm1G Barnett Song Leader Louls Caln At the County Achlevement Provram held February ?,lK1Lb, D vld B rnett TGCG1V d the county H H D lry Productlon Award ine club as a whole 1 lOOk1Hg forv rd to a very suece sful year We ow have an enrollment of twenty four The l9H8 graln gudglng te m von thlrd place ln the County Gr ln Judglng Contest held March 3 The members of thls team V910 the followlng Narcus Sharrer, Eugene Mattlck, Cha les Hartlng, and Louls Caan The dalry gudglng team that wlll replesent Buck Creek Townshap ln l9M8 lS composed of Franklln Calh, M1111 Caln, J1mmlQ B rnett, nd Davld Barnett lhe motto oi these boys s NOn to the State Contestn Membcrs or the Dalry Judglng Te m at left are Row l Franklln Caln, Wlllnam C ln, D1Nld Barnett, Jlmm1G B rnett Back Row Mr Terwllllger f 'lf ' , ' ' " , , 4. . . L .LL . ' 4. u a . .1 ' ' u ' h S ' ' . . -. . . S a A . s. , . . , . ' C1 S J .L a. . s . , - B ' ,D . . , . 'I .,- JN ' 0 " 1 ' . 1' ' -L - Q 1 . ' c. . Q 1 Q 'T . . . . . . . , . s 3 - a a V H ,Jr . ' ' so - a e a as . - Lt. 0 . . - ' : e.. S 9 El Z1 ' Q . . . . . . . ' c. . ... c 1 C- o 1 o A C x. " D L' O . , . , , . . Row 3 Eddle rentz, Freddle Schutts, Cnarles Merlau, Booble Strle- . . V ,V A C K , . 41 O - S t ' 2 x . - . .C . . . . - . - Q L .. 3' .. ' ' . -5 I W -an - . O L - , , . 1 c.. ' .- - ra' 8. Q " O. L 4 ' - S ' ' Z1 .. S c . - ll 1. ' n , . . . . . ' T C. vu - . 'H ' ' ' r 1 CA. ' g ' 4 D ' . O , . ,-, Q le C - B C r - . . . . . . . ' ' 1 - . Q - ' C. - - .1 1 1 Q . . . . . ,. .Cm , . . W . . 9. Dx. I ' .L ' Q rn i - 3 el i B . 9 O X . . . 0 " .f Q PJ - . . . . . . . . L C. c' . U. c. ' - 2 U. - Q . . V O ' 0 ,wo- E V I B Junior Class Play, November 25, 1911-7 CAST OF CHARACTERS AUNT ANNE Housekeeper in Uncle George's House Laveta Smith DELLA . The Maid Barbara Jean Stewart JUDY Uncle George's adopted daughter Mary Lou Eastes DANNY MURPHY The cook maybe Charle Scalf PATRICIA GILDEN Judy's friend Dorothy Melton EVE MARTIN Another fr end more of less Juanita Str1ebeck EDDIE The Wild Oats Boy Wayne Hb ting JAKE PETERS The cousin rom New York Lloyd True PRUE The country cousin June Marie Sparks CHUCK BENTON The ex prize fightfr cousin Gearge Stum TROUT . Prue's pestifcrous son Donald Collins SETH. . . . . . . . The Uncle from Maine . . . . . .Louis Cain MCSE. . . . . . . Uncle George's darky servant . . .Eugene Mattick Tickets - Charles Kessler Ushers - Uryal Whitesides, Don Link, Wayne Hutchinson Director - Betty Carmichael E 4F'i" ' ' , - '- im ' F I, , 1- . ,. r 'Ry fv 4, :L . s .4 L N h :X v i N, ' F U . L s ri ' U i . 3 V A , '- , 'W 1 ' "Y " . 'I " .. 1 - ' - 4, ., 1 . , ,Ly 1' a ' ' 3 , 4. - 1. Aim f . k , . A F 'N V : 'Q .J .f v- A , . ' '-"VY , 'JI C' gi 1 - A 1 A ' ' ' ii T, , . 3 1' '- ,I 5 Tw. ' i A. 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Q , , H ,, .Q ,,Hg,..1:v,y,' 1 1 X 91 HUWE Et CLUBS The Hlgh School Home Ee Club wa organlzed January 10, l9H8 and wlll be afflllated wlth the Futawc Homemake s 31 Amerlea The OlflCGTS ele ted were the lOl10M1Dg PPGS1dGDt Lol Ann Farm r Vwce Presldent Dorothy Ann Brown Se retary LTGQSUTGT H0310 Stum B rt epo or Parllmont Tlanj Mary Yathryn Brown H3 torl n June Marlo Spark Clue I ther Mrs Joy Stun Cluo Sp e or Mrs RDYHCWISOH The club sion ered a katlrg U rty t FOUDt1lDtOWU for the purpose ol m k1 P money to make nwlotements 1U the lore CLQOH1CS Department It 'so sponsored a Stalley Brush Party and o'a olas tle apron , t blecloths, etc nd b ked cakes and cocalc lhe membc are the lOllOWlHg Row 1 Jule H 1 nark Betty To Artrur, Maryann Schuyler, Bar barn Jean Stew rt, M ry iathryn Brown, Ol fnn Farmer, Dorothy Ann Brown Row 2 Lows Any Lee, M rtha Prlckett Leola Kemerly, P tty Fentz, The Junlor Hlgh Home Ee Club was org nlzed January Q-SL, l9l+8 The followlng otflcrr were elected Pre ldent Elalre Stoner Vlce Presldent Pattf WllSOD Secret ry Tre arer V 1n1a Brown Cleo 'other M s Lcore d Jtcner ue eonsor f s 3 1 rs L The club worked wlth the T wh School Club for the skatlng party nd L ked c OKlCS The glTlS h we purchased a set of twelve Blue BldFC Pottery D1 hos ol tne 111 color P ttorn and glq ware for the Home E onomlc Dep rtnont The memt r re the follo lnp Row l Wllma Boucher, Hazel M1rf1n, Marlene Gallmore, V1TVlDlQ Se ll, Ll1lHQ Stoner, Patty herl u, P tty M11 on, DOTlS Holt ppl , Betty Botner Row 2 Naoml New an, Hema Mattlck, Jaekle Beeson, Allce McDonald, Gl dys HQTtlHg,E11DOT C8lD,'V1TUlHl8 Brown, Jelle Prlckett, Phyllls Barnett . . . -, 1 J U L.S .C f - J . . . 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C ' ' ' - G E U KMRIHIW ir 5 Row Dorothy Melton, Donald CO111US, Juno Marle Sparks, Mary Lou Eastes, Wayne Hartlng Row Edna K1HC31d, Juanlta Strlebeck, Lloyd lrue, Laveta Smlth, Charles Kessler Row George Stum Uryal Uhlt sldo , Charles Sanford, Arnella Whlteslde Row Eugene MdttlCk, Wayne Hutcheson UMD U 5 Row 1 Jlm Lanslnger, Mary Lou Eastes, Louls Caln, Dorothy Melton, Wayne Hartlng Row 2 Arnella Murphy, Phyllls Sanford, Rolene Woodward, Betty Scalf, Betty Jo Arthur, Jackle Strlebeok, Mary Stum, Betty Lou Glenn Standing Mlss Hancock T S 5 SE!!-I D Q , , V- f V A Q .. -.N . rw -- E-rs TJPE , U L- 'IDS X 1 .g V . 2 5 I I 0 I I s m Q 3 p 1 7 R. Q O u S 4 h I - - - ,+ . , . 1' .tg V ' f F T' me 1 - ' L, 5 K . SUNSHINE SOUTH The Sunsh1ne Soclety 13 one of the most worthwhile OTguH1Z8 tlons ln the scnool It tTlVlHg toward m klng 1ts members better 1HdlV1dU3lS splrltudlly and socnwlly Among the lms of thls OTg8HlZ8tlOH 15 the deslre t help others and to g1VG lDtC1llbCHt se J1CC to both rlch and poor works toward hrlnging SUHShlHG to the people of the COmmUHlty The Mt Comfort Sun nlne oOClGt5 was started November 7, l9L7 and the members were 1n1t1 ted on J nu r 9, l M8 13 the phllosophy of r1eh luv ng b lnglng out each penxnfs good polnts as they carry out tre Sur hlne Creed The sponsor for our oclety lS Mlss Letty Carmlchael The member for l9L+8 are the folloum Row l June MTTIC Spark , Planl t, M rwenn Schuyler, Betty Lou Glenn, Arnella Murphy, Jeckle StTlGbCCk, R COTd1Hg Secre tary,Bett5 Sealg Bettm Jo Arthdr,Mary K thryn Brmmn V1ce PPCSldGHL, Juanltd StTlGb9Ck, Pres dent, Do1othy Melton Row 2 Lols Amy Lee, Lavet M Sm1th,Treasurer, Dorothy Ann Broun, Lol Ann. Farmer, Rosle Stun, Phyllls Sanford Md1y Lou E stcs, Jwnet Ross, Patty Fentz, Correspondlng Secretary, Leola hemcrly - . . . Q . . , - . .. , , . 1 . . . .. 0 15 S ' . E.. ' . . . . . . C .L .n. c . . . . . , . a . - 1 o . . . . . C' G' rv ' 1 4. Q ' f . - - .L - ' a rv' '- - ' r .', , ' ' O D Q LJ J C . . . A S ..H Q - - e , Q .e y 2 g . J- 1 . Q pq- -j t 1 a H The study for thls year 15 nine house that J1lllBu1lt . It . . . . . .m . 4 h . 11 I' f ' . l, . lf LS ' o ' -I S O - b 0 ir 0 'QI Q 1 . rw . - , ' . s - T- r rc. - C s n h S Q IS 5 cr ' , 0 - 0 . o . ' - ' , 9 ' - . . - . 0 7' 0 Jr 1 1 A gl ... -' c A 1 ' " -L 1 Q ' ' o . "L V I N , 0 . S ' . 1 ' A D c. " :rl 3 n L 0 'L ' " k I f 4 ' O 'V 1 Dol Our Caretaker ,'L3f'i3i,e Dobbins "Artic" Q yum' LNOW ,X fi J m V Q ,- irg, QLLVQf NTU' 25 1+ ,Q P4 I. 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'1'1 l ,EQ 1-' 1f ',-1 1 ,-'1 ",,," 5 .-1- if I BHCUMIUREUTE Sunday Evenlnf, Mav 2 lOM8 school Audltorlum Prelude Congregatlonal Hymn Invocatlon Sermon HGod So Loved The Worl U Candlellghtlng Service Benedlctlon 8 OO O'clock All Hal The Miuced Cnorus Mixed Chorus Ik Wavne Hartvng Power Of Jesus Name Rev Robert Johnson Rev Ralph Adklns fal ter Shawlqer Rev Robelt Johnson Mlfced Chorus Q H 4' -A. 3-j uhva .f : -M - I U "Lift Hp Yonr Heads" . . . '. . 1 1 U . . Emerson VUHMVEUVEWW Thur dey, M y 6, 1919 8 O0 P M Orchestra Processlonal IHVOCQtlO1 VLOl1H Qolo Juunlta Strnebeck Jxne Merle 'parks Theme The World Is Ours Fave Have Have Heve Educa+1on Frlend hlp V1s1on Fawth Cbalrmaw Laveta Var 'w1+h nlehare hellf Jun M T10 oo rk T n 1U Ja k 1en+z Quartefte Wayne Fart Pg Dev d Iernet+ Jaew Tentz C rle Soelf Presentatmon of Awaids and D1plOma Vlolln ACCOTdlOn Duet Benednotlon Recesswonal Valedwctor an S lUt1TOT18H lo C Har 1 1ne Iarle Searls eve 3 T1 Jw L J vm ++ June Marzo ob T1 L Jetw May Qn1tI Pk P' 9,- Luslc by Mt Corport School Ietllda Rodebec', D rectol rw 'N I ' l I S L 3 ' +0 ""' 2 0 o . . . . C .L s a x o o L . C , ', .' ' , 1, ' . L. . Q Q - o a o Q 4 ' Q . I I . . Q . If .. ' J... U A o f I QL: ..f Ifwe- f' S ' . . .'."U... 1' ' -5 ., , . . W . r, I1 we . . . . . e a , me us If We o .N . . . . James ea 5 -ger ' '11 A A L 0 a u s s Q s C C 1 3 u V Q 4 7 . 1 w n 0 u ' .. -c -,- - . . .L , J A J .1 ' 1 - ' 113 ,S n V ' r "ff "N c- - .N -.1 . . Pr M. . E. ,M r,s . . . I, . , - .. . . JI, ., 'L V C. J- I' 'I " . L Q M' DJ" Y f xl h . . . -, , . . . . Da11d 5a--eoo . if PF 41 Pk wk ' ' : . . . , + lc , x -, G-,Fl IS r. f . .L EL' ', .f, pl . .1 J, -V, 4 ,,. ,c ,,. r .' X a 11.1. . . . fl .LC 1 ,- " mn A L THE QHTICS UF QUURELU Petunia, Andrew'e darky coo? Laveta Smlth Andrew Brown , A senior 1H F meron Colle e James Lanslnger J Q cs, 1 Ur n h Pxtler 1nd xvlet Chester Davls E roll H dley , Arvtber nal Ricndrd Kelly Altlea lho nc, della' nic c Juanlta otrleoock 5111 Boynton, n rol Jr thowrt Nary Kathryn Brown Betty Bovntor, Wll11P'S sweetnrart Barbara Jean Stew rt Dean Socrate Bo,nton, De 1 of C neron College Davld Barnett I ac Zlmmelman CUncle I eacb And ew' m11l1onaire uncle from New Zeeland . , . . . . John Stader Mlss Prunella Thorne,A maiden lady in love wlth the dean June Marie Sparks O'F1arity, A detective from headquarters Char1es Sanford Royle, H15 shadow . . . . William Cain Reverend Doolittle, A man of mystery . Richard Steele ff r 1' 4 A 'A " ' v ' 6. I , QI' ,v-2 T , . , f ' V Y A V . A 1 f AQ J gm ' ' .D ' - , , .'.x' . . ,, . ' Q . L- . I I I U l . U I U I ' 4 -, V . Q . L G 'H . ua vg 9 c ' -v. . ac -UN 1' 1.5 .L S C J if E . YC.. o l n n s ' . . -. - f . Wlllle Waldo, dls pal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack Fontz -r . 1 -3 4.2-I-. . Cp tg... ' L'- 1, M "' . 0 s 0 0 0 0 I U 0 F 1, 1- ., 'uv' , ve- . '.L. qu- .' 1 .L .V . A. L .Lx " i'llf.13 I'.i'1.,u .-. ic " 4 3 Q Q a L1 C, ' 1. e 3 I .o. ,C1'S in -Q ee . . . . ,. . A .f . JA - . . , I ' u t ' 4. .. 1 JL 0 I o A 1 "' a 4. 4. 1 ' S Q' 3.1 an o Q a o r fa . 4 . . L ' Q S T S H . I U 9 U . l . . . . . . . . lv . . l I I U . U f 0 I I U nn . Q . U Q U Q I I - ' U . I Q I THE UUTILJ UF QUURFLJ Andrew Browne, a glddy college youth, has been llving 1n a comfortable apartment on the campus of two pals, W1ll1e Waldo and Harold Hadley fortable, the boys engoyed the servlces ler and valet, and Petunla, a darky cook The boys were able to afford these Cameron College wlth his To make llVlHg more com of Jacques, a French but luxurles only because An drew was able to persuade h1s mllllonalre uncle Isaac 1n New Zea land to send hlm an allowance for a purely lmaglnary wlfe and a f1Ct1tlOUS mother ln law Uncle Isaac suddenly decides to pay h1s nephew a v1s1t w1th the expectatlen of seelng Andrew's wlfe and mother ln law Andrew, who has been trylng to get h1s sweetheart, Althea Thorne, to marry hlm but found lt lmposslble without the consent of Althea's old mald aunt, Mlss Prunella, lnduces hls pals, Wlllie and harold, to masquerade as h1s Wlle and mother 1n law Andrew lntroduces WlfGJ and mother respectlvely 1D law at a dlnner he 1S givlng 1n honor of hls b1T+Hd3Y Althea and Harold's Boyntonl are Harold, Dr Socrates jealously ot 15 heartbroken, W1ll1e's Boyrton, nleces of Dean not belng there ladyleves C ulle and Betty resentful ove the tvo boys OVPTdO1Dg the part of a wlstful wldow, fllrts with Boynton Dean of Cameron College, and arouses the Mlss Prunella, Engllsh teacher at the College, who has secretly' admlred the Dean for qulte some tlme Uncle Isaac, who turns out to be an lncorrlgible hick, woos Harold fthe mother ln law? in caveman style and trles to rush him lnto lmmedlate marrlage by brlnglng Reverend Doollttle on the scene The dinner is stolen by W1 Ch1OVlOUS freshmen, and the party is ralded by two pollcemen O'Flar1ty and Royle, who are huntlng someone selllng llquol wlthout a llcense lhey proceed to scare the dayllghts out of Mlss Prunella by brandlshlng what Qmzcalls a machlne gun ln each hand After O'Fla 1ty and Royle flnd the Dean of Cameron College 1S there,they leave lmmedlately lng reduced ln ranks by h1s lnfluence Uncle Isaac really kn w about Andrew's plan persuades a group of fleshmen to steal the dlnner ture of root beer and qulnlne ln a wlne bottle to for fear of be all along so he and send a mlx Andrew in hopes the policemen wlll f1nd lt 1n his pos esslon lhe boys 1n a tan trum glve the bottle to Jacques who hldes lt ln the coffee pot Mlss Prunella belng very nervous after the VlS1t by the pollce asks for a cup of coffee to steady her nerves Petunla g1VeS her the dreadful mlxture by mlstale Uncle Isaac pulls off W1ll1e's wlg when Wlllie gets sick from swallowlng a chew of tobacco Everythlng comes to light and the play ends by Andrew marrylng Althea W1ll1e belng engaged to Julle, Harold belng engaged to Betty, Mlss Prunella belng engaged to the Dean, and everyone belng happy 'x C' S . , 4 I Q Q Q Q x Q Q Q Q . an Q 1 Q F -Q . . 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If Io A QQ Hancock, vo mathoWa+1oD ard ou1 Gk1ll To N155 Rodobeck, we Max kfLp ou? hoorful and bequoLth all of our lnowlodgo gf LQLLH7 LO make fW1CDda- boouoath tho undorolasar U and hope they OpllnlS11C attltudes To 'Was Carm1fhael, wo beauoafh our HIQ3t thoro's Hth1a IT 'O' Sha nope sh dJosn't have as wuol Lroabl Il+h th JQIQTS QI, 111131 T Holzhausen, wo boouoath our achos and palUS from do1nv c1l1Q+qoh1os and hope ho has aa Hood ball players nfxt yoar as ho hlf Illlo ar ohfa1Ia L Q Qld w1th us aaa and hopo hf ooosn't HHJW as muoh trouhl U1th the 'fs. 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Da ' , bG..Cf+1 ay o'aht oO CLF..oa Xos:'o and 1 D ' 'P fr 11 ff't , , 1 7L,: 5 ofa t . in has it IIES och t inc I J , outa, loc of,. y G :oi ,1'ds to Toi Elh 1.1, ho is .: p 11.1 ' 1 fa Cr I mm. I, Dick Kelly, bequeath my ability to be a bachelor to Lloyd True. I, Edna Kincaid, bequeath my ability to go with the boys from McCordsville to Janet Ross. I,Jim Lansinger, bequeath my I, Charles Sanford, bequeath nicknameUFrostyH to George Stum. the decorations in my Hudson to Miss Hancock for her Studebaker. ton and to take June Scalf and my I, John hope he gets I, Laveta Smith, bequeath my my knowledge in physics to any underclassman musical ability to Dorothy Mel- silly enough Marie Sparks, bequeath my chair in orchestra to Betty locker to the mice Stader, bequeath my girl in every port to Tex and along with them better than I did I,D1ck Steele, bequeath my laugh UTee heeu to Eugene Mattick I, Barbara Jean Stewart, would will because I'm willing but don't know what to will I, Juanita Striebeck, here by bequeath my argumentative abi lity to fight for and over the opposite sex to Patty Fentz and Urs Ann Farmer I, Arnella Whiteside bequeath my interests at night and late hours to Jaret Ross In witness thereof, we, the Senior Class, have to this, our last will and testament, subscribed our names and affix d our seal this the Twenty third day of April in the year of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty Bight Signed mfwacfhef 1 gfqfftjkaf' fff,2iZ'-rgjh A 41 W sJ'se uf T AJf"77...Q 4' 411,42 Zfaf 1 LA, lfkszfc-RJR .5171 Zflfnmf C fn J 49uAfeff K3 ftaqa,Z1f 5Z.f1,LfClnnff!f!EfQpJ.5f?Agv Oflf Ute QU Jia of fifa Lf lf!! 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Qs f U I - --t 1 -"cf 'W 4 , , J f' fi ' KT I , 'X - I X ' f Y ' gg, , ,Q , ,f, ,h -LN , ,LL f., L I ,J J , I H Lf, Q All UJHXZMSLQ Wc, the pre ent Senior Cla of l9Ho, ft proud Unpresent our oart in the History of Mt Comfort High School In the school year of l936 37 we were united as a class by oar first grade teacher Miss Dunlao There were sitteen at the be ginning of the year Five of those sixteen have spent all their school days at Mt Comfort These five are William Cain, Laveta Barnett entered in February of l937 from Bohart, Indiana Miss Dunlap was teacher of sixteen second graders in l937 38 Ch ster Davis from Oaklandon and James Lansinger from Indianapolis Joined thc class at the beginning of the year November 2, T937, John Fentz entered from Indianapolis under the supervision of Miss Heath sixteen started as proud third graders in 1938 39 We had a few entries and withdrawls, but none of the present class members entered in that year Eighteen started in our class in 1939 no as fourth graders Mr Saxton was our teacher Edna Kincaid was among the new ones to enter at the beginning of that year In l9MO Ml our class was divided alphabetically, and part of the nineteen were taught by Mr Saxton and the rest by Mr Stoner Charles Sanford Joined us at the beginning of the year after being ill for quit some time Charlie began at lt Comfort in l935 After a very nice summer vacation twenty one sixth graders enrolled for the school year of l94l M3 Nc w re taught by M1 s Cathy Richard Kelly Joined us at the beginning of the year from Lawerence grade school Thr eventh grade is one that is looled forward to by most students for the simple reason that it is their first year to be in the ass mbly At the beginning of the school year, l9 9 43, t e assembly had twenty three newcomers Our class officers whom we elected for the first time were President, James Lansingerg Vice- President, John Fentzg Secretary, Laveta Smithg and Treasurer, John Stader. Mr. Havens was our sponsor. There were twenty-two in the eighth grade class of 1943-MM. Among the new students to enroll that year was Barbara Stewart in September from Warren Central. Richard Kelly re-entered Febru- ary l5 after a short stay in Georgia. The class officers for that year were President, John Fentzg Vice-President, Bill Cain, Sec- retary, Laveta Smith, and Treasurer, John Stader. Our sponsor for that year was Mr. Clements. . A , 3 I , 0 . Q U 3 - , ' ' XX X' .x ,. J 11 ffil I A, : 3 XE. X , V Ng 3 A .4 1 . - H by . "1 ' -I r- , u to 3 3 Q a sa . '.- e A ' -sk- 1 ss M, J a 1 V if C '. I . A ' A 1 ' ' 5 1 . 'W , w ' J ,. ' 0 o 1 I J n , . . . I , . . Smith, June M. Sparks, John Stader, and Arnella Whiteside. David V ' ' - h X K . 0 Q f Q . i J . x . . . ' f 5 U . c 1 1 4 ,y A - . . . ,- ,I 1 .. w. . AA F . . I . . . L . . . . U A . . . 8 A . . C . , . 1. 1 . . 1 K . A - . 7 ' - '. 'e e 's ' o , J s , 3 ' ' C 3 1 . M . . L . . 3 F . .. ' Q 0 . . , ' 4 ..."' ' , - . . ' . . The fall of the 1944 45 school year found nineteen freshmen at the doors of Mt Comfolt Hlgh School Mary Kathryn. Brown 110m Warren Central Hlgh School enrolled ln September James Lan lrver re entered after spendlna hls elghth grade at Knlvht town Spofsor for thls year was Mlss C3TmlCH3Cl We elected the fol flng cl offlcer Presldent, Rlchard Kelly, VlCF Pre ldent, Jorr Frntk, and Secretary and Treasurer, Mary Kathryn BIOWI Elgnteen ambltlous sophomor s enrolled 11 l945 H6 Mlss Car mlchael wa aga1n.our:qen or F bruary 28, Juanlta Strlebeck JOl d our class The ones elected as class offxefr were Ples John Fentz, Vlee Pres1dent,J1m Lalslnger, and re ary and L urer,Mary KL Brown Gur class tre sury belng a l t lc low 1D 1 is gave us the ldea of selllng popcorn at basketball games and glVlq9 a paper drlve ln the sprlng Sponsored by Mlss Hancock elghteen started at the bGglHH1Ug of our JUU1OT year, 1946 77 Class offlcers for that year were t e followlng Presldent, Rlehard Kelly, Vlee Presldent, James Lan s deer, and Secretary and Tr a urer, Wllltam C11n We d c1ded to take a trlp when we graduated, so we contrwbuted ploflts to our hungry treasury from selllng lee cream, work ng at the Seo e ln Deeemb r and March,and g1VlHg a pl1y,"he Sun hlne Twln U The year, l9H7 HS, our last year of hlgh school has flnally arrlved Joe Settles left the class to attend RlVQTSldC h1l1t f Academy ln Florlda Rlchard Steele re nter d lt Comfort Il h School a 1 senlor alter wwthdlawlng at the end of hts JUDlOT ye r 1U l9H3 Gladys Prlckett and Rlchard Kelly wlthlr w but Rlclard re entered the second semester after attendlng Laf ence Central Hlgh School, so that he rlght take acourse that was not offer d at Comfort Thls left the Senlor Class of l94o wlth sn teen members Mls Hancock was agaln our spon or Clas offlce s for th1S year were Pres1dent,John Fentz, VlC Presldent, Joan Stud r, Sec et ry, Cwdrles Sanford, and Trea urer Wllllam C Jn We have worked v y ha d nd proceeded to flll the trea ury to lts flnal l1m1t Tue va lous ways of maklna money were selllnf candy, worklng at the Scottlsh RltC 1n December and Marcn, havln a paper dllV0 elllng magazlnes, meehanleal penclls, CHTLSTIQS and mlscellaneous e rd , cor esslons at the County Tournament, eoncesslons at Juntor Wlfh Tournament, SpODSOTlHg a Skru Ball U me, ani UlVlDg the play HThe A tt s of Andrewu Members of our cl s 1 Ve dere e ceedln ly well 1n taklng a magor part ln all the cktr cur lcular a t1v1t1e Accompanled by the JUHlOT class, who h worked wlth 1 to obtaln enough money, we are plann ng to tale 1 rlp at the end of the school year to Washlngton D e , Iew York Clty, and Nlabra F lls Z-Z,-1 fell, N fxkx X if'xN X ' .1 'I . p 'I A o ' . . 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If It was seniors had to receive last twelve it had been tions with the land of in the month of May, 19'-I-8. The night before sixteen strolled up the aisle to the tune ofa.graduation march the Usheepskinsn for which they had worked during the years. I was meditating dreamily of what a great class and how much fun we juniors haihad during our associa- them when I dropped off to sleep and found myself in dreams It seemed that I was walking down a long cor ridor of time with doors on each side marked with the number of a certain year, such as l938 on one, the next l,39, etc I decided the one marked 1958 should be interesting so I opened the door In tead of stepping into a room a I had expected, I found myself stepping into a bus with a sign on the front saying that it was going to Indianapolis All I could do was go ahead and get in as I sat down I no ticed a newspaper lying in the seat beside me Picking it up, I f und t to be HThe Indianapolis New I canned the columns hungrily, hoping to see some name I would recognize when suddenly I noticed a short society it m saying HThe cla s or IQM8 of the Mt Comfort High School is holding its annual dinner Ihur day eve ning in the Claypool Hotel This is certain to be a most distin vuished gathering, for the members of this class have made out tanding achievements In their respective fieldsn I was certainly glad to see this news, and since I haveaacurious nature, I decided that while T wa in Indianapolis I would look up all the members of this class I could andfdnd out what their Houtstanding achieve mentsn were Ihe answer for two of these people popped up at me when I turned the page for there in bold print was a large advertisement saying that Jack Fentz and his orchestra, UThe Perky Jerks from Perkin villen, were appearing with the delightful young singing star, rdna Kincaid, at the Circle Theatre next week A I e flected on what a great thing these people had done for themselves, I was inter upted suddenly, the bus was coming to a grinding top Evidently something had fone wrong with the motor After examin ing the motor, the driver told us that it would be awhile before we could go on, so we'd better go to the nearest farmhouse and est hou e, we were soon able to tell that this wasn't a common kind of farm for there were well kept fences, a very b autiful hou e and se mlngly barns and barns Aftfr bfin admitted into the nouse by a neat looking maid, we asked the nam of the owner and were told that it w s William Cain when we finally arrived in Indianapoli , I felt hungry o I stepped into a crowded restaurant by the name oIHBarb' Barbocueu Sure enough it was Barb, with her cheery smile, as manager While we w re talking sh mentioned that Arnella Vhiteside 1 nor n New York and ra con idered one of that city' best beauty ox perts, especially since she had become the hetropolitan Ope11's main hair dresser 0 . 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'I qc "' . s 0 1 Haven t you heard , she asked, Nthat Laveta Smlth has her exclusively to flx hers?U Seelng me look a llttle blank, she ex plalned that Mlss Sm1th was one of the Opera's most dlstlngulshed slngers' I was qulte stunned at all thls news nd would llke to have heard more, but I declded to go on uptown Leavlng the cafe, I halled a taX1 The cabby had h1s radlo blaring wlth some fast talklng suorts announcer, but I wasn't paylng much attentlon untll I thought I heard hlm mentlon the name of Charles Sanford He was saylne, HThe greatest baseball pltcher Indlana has ever produced, Charles San ford, has new slgned up as pltcher for the New York Yankees All of the bl league teams have wanted hlm very badly, but he fl ally a reed to pltch for the Yankeesu I wms surprlsed, but lnwardlf I congratulated hlm on hls success Arter leavlng tne ta 1, I was walklng around monument clrcle when I notlced a lovely llttle French looklng shop wlth a slgn saylng HStriebeck's Strutworthy Hat Snoppe, Madamolselle d la Str1ebeek,Propr1etressH The name aroused my curloslty, so I step ped ln, and there wlthout a doubt was Juan1ta,look1ng llke a model who had stepped out of a Parlslan show wlndow We talked over old tlmes, and I told her I was trylng to flnd out about her class because of tne newspaper artlcle I nad read She sa1d he coul'n't help me much, but she dld know that Mary Kathryn Brown had mQTTlCd around the world She also hlnted that I mlght flnd somebody I knew over at the mayor's offlce, but she wouldn't tell me who, so all I could do was b1d her goodbye and hurry over to the Clty Hall When I was ushered lnto the Mayor's OfflC9 by a gorgeous blonde secretary, my eyes nearly popped out of my head, for there s1tt1ng calmly at a huge mahogany desk was Davld Barnett and none other' He was talklng serlously wlth some other V1S1tOT, when I looked to see who lt mlght be, I saw a tall, dlstwngulshed looklng gentleman whom I reeognlzed as Chester Davl I told them not to let me lnterfere wlth thelr buslness, but they sald that they were done for the tlme belng anyway It seemed that Chester had several garages ln th clty and was trylnv to get the Mayor to let hlm have a lease for another I couldn't get over how serlous and buslness llke they seemed After a few mlnutes of conversatlon, Dave showed me a letter he had recently recelved from RlCP8Td Steele It was wrltten on Harvard UHlVGTSltY statlonery, and 3CCOTdlUg to the letter, he had Just been appolnted the presldent of the unlverslty The nest ln terestlng thlng, however, was the way he had to sign h1s name He had to tart completely over at the left slde of the paper so that he mlght have room enough to get all of hws degrees on, and then he had to wrlte on a curved l1ne In a po tSCP1Dt he sald that slnce Boston was not far away, he would probably be able to hear June Marle Sparks in her f1TSt vlolln concert slnce her return from her recent concert tour 1U Europe I asked Dave when that was to be, and he sa1d that lt was to be that vrry nlght He sald 1f I wanted to go, there were some very fa t planes avallable at the Stader Internatlonal Alrport n , r n - . . K . , . . . . . a . 4 O . 11 O f . 1 . i . 1 . V . . O . , . 0 'D'- . ' . 'Ya Q I . n gg . L 0 C: . ' . '- T Q ' U L' 9 . ,W v. . . ' : e ' ' l e . . . . . ""'f"'- . . . . g g '- ' ' I . -- ' s a . A - . . - Q gr I a very successful businessman and that new they were on a trip . . , . . , ,' - A . - 'So K . . . . L . 3 . . C . U J Q A . A . , . . NJ O . ' . J . - . W O . . I J. . . . . . . . g L . G D . . Q . H. s V - I Q ' C . . . S .A g . ' .I -4. D a . . E . Q ,. . A O A , S .C . . . . X Chester said that I probably wouldn't get to talk to John because he was up testing one of his newest jet planes. Thanking them both, I rushed out to the airportg and what a huge thing it was! Hangar after hangar and hundreds of planes! One verylig hangar was in the process of being built and on the front, on a great big sign it said: Kelly, Kelly, and Kelly, Contractors. There was a great crowd Hohing' and Hahingu at Johnfs daring test stunts. I heard someone say that this was a new type of jet plane' the exhaust came out of the front end! After he landed I w ited for the photographers to get through taking pictuic , then I asked him if he had a pl ne th L would take me ri ht away He s id, N ure, I ll take you myself' On the w he told me ta t Richard Ielly w s the building of his now hang r It was to he the l of its kind in the world He s id th t he had had a lot getting Congress to giv their consent to let him tairu it, out through thc brilliant inrluence of a n tionally famous Sena or Lansinger, he hed gotten his contract Jim, ure enough, h d be como one of the most influential congressm n in the Senate Just as the speedometer of John's pl ne slid over 990 MPH I awoke from my dream with start Even though I might be ccused of being a sleepy head, I w s certainly gl d I h d gotten to look into the future nd see what great horizons l y ahead for the stu dents in this reat class of l91+8 And wh t I saw' to Boston one dowg L h I t ourle f ' ,LJrf27V'f'ff fq IIN F33 f UNQJTRH fw SUFMB f7f t W. S.. 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