Mount Vernon High School - Hoop Pole Yearbook (Mount Vernon, IN)

 - Class of 1959

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Barbara Judith Ranes BUSINESS MANAGER 3 Edward Lee Lutterman The eTTorT and supporT of many In dlvlduals are essenhal To The success of a class We feel ThaT many people have been more Than loyal during The pasT Tour years ln appreciation The Class of T959 dedncates This ednhon of The Hoop Pole To all Those who have in any way alcleol us in our many endeavors currlc ular and exTracurricular D' . . . .. I . I I I . I In The pages of This, our annual, we have aTTempTecl To add variefy and color by The use of inspirational prose and poeTry. IT has been our endeavor also To show ThaT The wisdom of ages pasT is applicable To our day. We hope you Teel, as we do, ThaT This meThod spoTlighTs To The besT advanTage This our Senior year. THE STAFF 4 Phyllis Mathew N. O. M. A. Emily Uhde Edna Welte Viola Welte Salutatorian Valedictorian Epsilon Sigma Alpha Coterie Literary Scholarship Lions' F, T, A, Carolyn Upshaw Legion Citizenship Paul Goodwin Nat. Arion Foundation Dorris Smith Kiwanis Home Ec. D. A. R. Citizenship Houma Twowadsdwmgedfwafwoodf, ami! I toobflwoswlessbiaueiedfbg, audfdwb has l2.obe1dGFw.st NAHONAL HONOR SOCIETY DMYI Deig SENIORS Legion Citizenship Marvin Adams, Benford Deig, Daryl Deig, Phyllis Mathew, Richard Roehr, Ferris Yates, Gayle Ashworth, Judy Rinnert, Dorris Smith, Emily Uhde, Carolyn Upshaw, Edna Welte, Diane McDonald, Yvonne VanZant, Cynthia Price, Betty Feldbusch. JUNIORS ' Bonnie J. Blackburn, Carolyn Uebelhack, Elvera Kleinschmidt, Phyllis Bottomley, Frederick Van Haaften, Gary Roehr, Alan Curtis, Jill Mangis, Alice Boyer, Mary McClellan, Marilyn Mathes, Judith Kelly, Marla West, Barbara J, Ranes. SOPHOMORES Betty Keitel, Nola Ellis, Betty Lurker, Richard Oliver, Charles Naab, Jon Anderson. , Marvin Adams Bausch and Lomb Science Award fl Judy Rilmeft Gefald AHYU Cynthia Price Kiwanis Athletic 5 Kiwanis Athletic Coretta Literary "I Unughfal aw dawkb aw tollefdf and Pn1messAmeJli1yNk Boarding the Avalon, we passed down the receiving line to begin a memorable evening ------- OUR PROM, Leading the grand march was Betty Feldbusch, crowned Queen by Gene Pfeiffer. Four groups of dancers and a girls' sextet performed before the Queen and her audience. To translate into reality our dreams of "Dancing in the Dark, " we had spent many happy hours planning and cooperating on fund raising pro- iects, worrying and working ------- and now our fond- est aspirations and expectations were realized. WE HAD FUN!!l!!!! 'Musrcalbtfuziuing fswuwwpoteubursbumenbdaawmrg otiwfu,becousw1u5tluwamL k0lUNOM5 ywitlwmwag mtutlwuwrofulfpdaoes Pictu WETRAVELED ..... Armed Forces Parade ..... Chicago ..... I.U. .... IMcLeansboro ..... North ..... and those routines. .! ll If you happened to be around the athletic field fwhat WERE you doing there 'Pl last fall, sixth period, you saw why our band is able to perform with such precision ..... WE WORKED!!!!!!! J it Q Q H E xx Q' :hz :L ef f"':Z:'i . ' , ' Q 1-I 11 'xl-gf 4::,.' 2:3 Q- V- 'QQ J. Stephan, D. Walton, A. Wiginton, D. Noon, Mr. Bryant, Director B. Vance, li. Jeffries. 7 B. Duckworth, D. Mounts, R. Reineke, D. Anderson, R. Meredith, K. V. Carroll, N. Eckerty, S. Wheaton, N. Duncan, S. Naab. J. Andersen, J. Waller, C. Pierce, G. Rothrock, M. Simmons. J. Mathes, J. Carr, V. Vance, D..Waller, B. Clevenger, H. Carter, S. Cross, B. Smith. Allen, B. Moore, M. Seifert, P. Pool, S. Dempsey, P. Nix. R. Burkhart, P. I-linderliter G. Stallman, R. Oliver, N Coulter. D. Givens, S. Vogel, P. Schaffer, B. Price, J. Baxter, B. Kappus, R. Brown, M. Williams, R. Cox. Y ? K. De Kemper, S. Lindley, C. Schneider, J. Aud, M. McClellan, B. Reinilz, J. Rowe, G. Darr, G. Carr, N. Givens, G. Schaffer, A. Curtis, P. Hackett, F. keinitz., M. Slygh, K, Stremming, 11. Migliaccio, 5. Dickey, D. Hansier, B. Lanman, D. Dunigan. L. Burkharr, A. Curtis, P. York, J. Overby, M. Bryant, ,I Andersen, M. Goodwin, C. Graddy, B. Bryant, A. Vogel. lwdwwiudxj C35- f 'Y Y .Fw-nun-nu We if 1 rj , 1 4443" . ,..-- 3 -..,.. , I .p-' ff.z...1,f.....1-.f!...:u...-- " ,dmv-"', -1-"" .Ju-" f. av" g"" A,,ur-rv" 'av' av uv R SA 3 , L '52 1, ,. ., A S 1 . 4 P 5 ffm. fe - 1-21f?9i:fiQ. -ia.: S ,I 5 3 if 'yg.ff,:" "'. :r-,Q A .- A. - L Simi Q' 2 ' gf K xml' -- .y . 5: 1.5. 1, X - , 1Azk AA , M any L L, J f- 'K' K .,. -N 4. qu-NX' M' 4 .V a: 2 ' .N 1 - ' 13415-5M ,F . 1, 512'-o MM . -- " . "'-M iff? Y 'N if 'Nm ef bf ,saw Q . V 'Q , hu-sm 5 Ji mg. ,.,. af . .. is .ai- r L . N5 1 x X. 5 :Y R Q r rx V 5.3 ' ' ,sq f, A A y 5? f ' x V2 M A 5 2 fwss ' H 4, J . 'M As 1 1 M T' any 5, I EL, o it f HQA f y , xg? J. Q JL, wiki: lv if ESS L ws N ww Q wigs Q Q gif . 1 2, is wp pf XS ' Tlwsweetest gwilmwbtatlwswwtast Tl1omaAT1:le!e For the second time in its history the Class of i959 was dealt a queen, as Dianne Norvell was chosen to rule over the gridiron fortunes ot the i958 football team. On a brisk tall evening in October, atter being crowned by David Wiginton, Queen Dianne assumed her position as the "Sweetheart of M.V.H.S, " Her attendants, Freshman, Doris Eckerty, Sophomore, Charlotte Jensen, and Junior, Nola Ellis, along with the football and crown bearers, composed the royal court. The gala event was the high point of the annual Home-coming activities. .allbtlwwoaldls onstage, andfallbtlwmevvmwlwouwwmeaslij p0n5ws." Qkalwspeaw "The Unguided Miss, " by William Davidson, was presented by the Footlight Performers on November 20, l958. It is a comedy about a beautiful young "exchange student" suddenly brought into an American household. The American family is loaded with teen-agers, and the imported beauty has a point of view that is all her own. Susan Bryce . . Clint Bryce . Madge Bryce . Buzzie Bryce . . George Mathews . . Betty Warren . Jim Warren . . . . - ,. f . . .Jill Mangis . . . John Robb . Dianne Norvell . . Sharon Cross . . Jon Andersen .Martha Bottomley Harvey Niednagel l" CAST Molly Warren . . . . Bonnie Huck Carlos Delgado . . . .Arnold Bridgeman Lucia Ferrari . . Donna Fuelling The Judge . . Mary McClellan Mrs. Riley . . . Emily Stevens Prompter . . . . Sandra Perry Make-UP Chm . is ' f""'A . Vicky Vance DIRECTORS Marilyn Matlies . . . student Director Miss Wade . . . Associate Director Mr. Litscligi ..,.,. Director QR fi' . f mf fi T5 A 3 W--,ff .Af ?Ti4xQL'Eif X Y. 65 vs mv Q? 5 -sr gi QE W I avi iw if B Me. is X 5 is is 'iii wwf? ' -I . fag' 5 k5sQ,.,,m . - E xt -- gg Q gf sf u wx. My-HHQW "tem wbdwtg drugs welzlwwda, bwblflwrg tlwtlaugs we lwwtada, tlwif makes ltle blessed." Goldie The Student Council, operating under a revised constitution, has greatly reduced its membership. Under the new plan, members are elected on o class basis, rather than from homerooms as pre- viously done. After tiling petitions signed by five members of their class, three girls and three boys may be elected.'Through a reduc- tion in membership, it is hoped that the proficiency of the organi- zation will be increased. lilRS'l' ROW: N. Walling, E. Migliaccio, B. Lanman, li.K. Bottomley, R. Burkhart, C. Graddy, R. Inncker, President, M. West, Vice President, D. lfnelling, Secretary, l. Kelly, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: E. Klcinscliniidt D. Roos, G. Baldwin, N. Duncan. 'l'lllRD ROW: D. Noon, S. Proctor, B. Saltztnan, Miss Redman, Sponsor. lfUllR'l'll ROW: M. Marx, G. Roehr, P. Saltztnan, G. Byrant. fuel' I wif V450 5' "K bi . Qlwwollms . " LoadfB5wn Tastefully attired in white with a crown befitting the occasion, Marilyn Mathes, a Senior, began her reign as queen of the 1958 - i959 Hardwood season. Escorted to the center of the assembled court by Bud Wright, the crown was placed on her head by Charles Brauser, game captain. Members of the court were Donna Fuelling, Maid-of-Honor, Sondra Naab, Sophomore, and Gloria Neu, Freshman. Each was escorted by a Senior boy. Honoring Her Maiesty the boys went on to win from their traditional rival New Harmony, 86 - 39. 00 f MW fwgjmww Qi fb? Mr. Harold McCutchan Dr. Gerald E. Dunigan President Vice-President Dr, L, John Vogel Mr. Oscar Reis Mrs. Emory W. Mangis Secretary Treasurer TkeBoafrdfo6v In the hands of the first elected Board of Education of the Metropoli- tan District lies the Future of our educational needs. They have completed the plans ot the previous Board in that the new elementary schools are in operation. They are continuing the plans tor the new high school to be located on a recently purchased site at the east side of the athletic Field. Our gratitude is extended to this group who is providing for the needs of our education loy their sacrificial service. 20 Own To Mr. Price, as Superin- endent of the Mt. Vernon Metro- molitan School District, has fallen he task of consolidating separate chools into a Metropolitan sys- em, building the necessary mhysical plants and administering 1 new type of educational system n our community. or Mr. Hames, serving as principal for his 20th year, has seen the high school grown from approximately 395 students to 629. It has been his obligation to adjust the limited fa- cilities to the needs of this large increase in the student oody and to attempt to keep both students and faculty happy. 21 Mrs. Tomlinson Secretary Principal 'S Office Jeakers awe" 26 az Lvxpfvlvxfll xl., X114 ichool Uedlcatlon Among Those C, West chool Dedication 1 In Pro ram Of Education Y9'XffWU I! Siilllfiirm rmmx 4m?y nas-'mblzxgv-, u'14E4'h uwrf!.4v4'4-vi tho 11441114 infn Un- halls, mwlzvzlrxcvmx 4'4-rs-m4mi4-s of XV4-sv !4IIr'1n4-mn1'y t1l'hUHi uf th- r, Y I.. 4 . . , " "J 54-hoo! TM:Q'r14'r wi VY. X4'x'mm xw-rv siznzvd Vt'.4l+'NfiiV :1ft4frn.w4m. , As ArnP:,'if'u:1 Iffxltzxmlrww XX'4'4lk iw Supwrirvivrzflr-ut I's'1w izxvin-lv4l.XIx:'. I.m.1- A 5 h4'g4w', the Bw: of t?1:4-if 'um Lwgui HYVVI 'lf Swffm uf tha- !.vs'f'1 VV. S4'hm4'.'r'r. l X 3 1 ,N ,.. . ., ,. . vo. ci4'1z4,'LzH4m-1 mich-1 tho Mmm A X 'ml 'H I" ' "fl'mu 4 ,. Dr' Mmm!! 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Clmuwu MR, SOLOMON - Social Studies, Physical Education MRS, MARTIN - Social Studies, Psychology ll MR, RUSSELL - Graphic Arts, Woodworking MR, HALE - Shop, Metals MR, HANNAH - Mechanical Drawing Metals, Building Trades MR, SCATES - Art MR, K,V, BRYANT - Band MISS LAWRENCE - Chorus 'K IRS, NIEDNAGEI, - English, Physical duczrtion, Health Education IR, BYRD - Biology, Physical Education IR, NEWMAN - Social Studies, Driver ducation, Athletic Business Manager RS, CARPENTER - General Science, Foods ISS BARKER - Clothing, Housing, Home ursing R, REIBOLD - Agriculture, General Science, udio-Visual Instructor omgr'a,w:uv gQw,abaULlwisj0I2e6 6owman5ofjobzlw1Llw. MRS, RENSCHLER - Spanish, Typing MISS BARGER - Typing, Stenography MR, BROWN - Bookkeeping, Junior Business, Salesmanship or mc J! MISS HOWARD Composition MR, LITSCHGI MISS REDMAN MRS, HANNA - L1brar1an MR. SIMNICK - I i "Amac!wva66edzmn1f5 lwcawnwwublluwluuwkls WWW fbvvv'-'J "', X. 3 3 x Q Qgmfqp W GL!-X990 1959 BARBARA JUDITH RANES Presldent H. GARY ROEI-IR DIANNE NORVELL Vice-President Secretary 'Todmj I lwwgwwwtaww Wmlsow ALAN M. CURTIS VICKY VANCE Treasurer Historian These past four years have involved many decisions con- cerning matters that influence our future. It would have been impossible for us to have capitalized on many opportunities without the invaluable help of our sponsors. Three of these have guided us through all four of our high school years. We feel we are better prepared from having had the advantage of their experience and interest. As a token of our gratitude and esteem we, the Class of 1959, dedicate this Senior section of our annual to you: Miss Howard, Miss Barker, and Mr. Reibold. 9 1 1 PAUL BAUER -J 'E PHY LLIS BENNER -'wwmmuw wwwmwwvama., BONNIE BLACKBURN DONNA BOTTOMLEY -pf" KENNETH BRAKIE 'wh' KATHLEEN BOEHMAN MARTHA BOTTOMLEY C ARO LY N BRAUS ER DON BERRY dingy , get getffug gd Psalms ELIZABETH BOERNER PHY LLIS BOT TOMLEY C HARLES BRAUSER 29 JUDITH BERRY HILL I I 'v-"7 isis TEDDY BONDS ALICE BOY ER PHY LLIS BREEZE BEVERLY BRYANT LARRY BURKHART LINDA CAPES CHARLES CHAPLIN lmwnobconwuwdftlwbllwuww ,ImwcwwwedfLowlma56ibm5sa0Mwmw Imwcouwuedfdiatlmwwbwdlluwww, lseebfi'abwwoa1Hu5hvbehwww." AuH1ofuUml2M0ww LARRY CLARK DONNA CROCKER BETTY DAGES CHARLES DEFFENDOLL JUDY DRAKE STEVEN EDGE RONALD EMMONS JOYCE ERWIN ,Q DALE ESCHE SUSAN FORTHOFFER SAMUEL A. GANDER ROBERT GENTIL 30 CAROLYN GIVENS MICHAEL HAAS PHYLLIS HACKETT MILDRED HANSHOE "LoobHwwwitlvIw: wiflaiwdawfstlwsouutalwogvgoodf, Anfdtffwillbwwuspdug, Mamas Awceflws PHILLIS HARDY ATRESS HARRISON, JR LARRY HIGGINS CAROLYN HOENERT SHIRLEY IRVIN GARY JENSEN THOMAS HESS RIC HARD HO WERY BRENDA JOHNSON BEVERLY HESSLER LEE HUN TS MAN DONNA JONES JERRY JONES JUDITH KELLY DORIS KING MARY KING 'TMS abovealffz fovflsiwowuwikbebuw, Andfibmusbbolfow, as Tlaowcansbnobflsewbwwwtamuj WAYNE KING GEORGE KIRK f-ff' BEVERLY KOLB KENNETH KUEBLER 55s-1-'qi' EDWARD LUTTERMAN MARY MCC LELLAN ELVERA KLEINSC HMIDT GAYLE LEWIS JOY MCCOY Qlwkespeaw SUE KNIGHT MARTHA LOEHR ANN MCGENNIS CAROL MCNEELY HAZEL MALIN JILL MANGIS MARION MARX MARILYN MATHES "Nothing gm was www wfawuzwuw5m.w." C AROL MEINSC HEIN JULIANN MULLER 1 AGNES ORTH 4' If T T 33? TQ 6 IUDITH MUNSTERMAN MARY OSBAN - , D b k I .,,. , XI fic: :Sy Y' 3 I Q Ie I I WALTER MILLER THEODORE MUNSTERMAN ffm STEVEN OSBORN Emluasow ELMER MILLS -.ng -?' 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WRIGHT, IR IUDITH YORK MARY YORK M0110 We Are Americc:'s Future Flowmf Red-tipped White Carnation Coloma Red and White 36 xx n-9 rx .gx 5 Q-'53 .AAA 'rf QE 'lu W! ' -.C .f L '43 uf' -4? :mf f A 'X CQ ".'A:'J"f.z , - rv:-LL ......vSff 'Fill 'BNI' 5 i liif "Ill lb i iirSI"'u Iiliiglrliil .... mm Hag aasamgme ggrrrsggggg .ffffgg we s frm iw. BIIBMEUR llilllllifii 2132 52522551 "Gee, the place hasn't changed much in ten years. The cracks in the hallway are in the same places. I don't remember for sure, but our cohorts probably added a few between I955- I959. " "Do you remember how these M.V. H.S. halls bulged when I85 freshmen invaded its peace? Our size broke all records." "Yes, I suppose it sort of got to be a habit with our class. We iust kept on breaking record after record." "But, of course, we always made a success of the traditional tasks, such as: basketball concessions, in our Freshman year, the donkey basketball game, as Sophomores, magazine subscription campaign, in our Junior year, and the Christmas card sales, as Seniors. We even added a few." "Oh, yes, I remember that. We sold name labels when we were Sophomores. " "Even with all these pavement-pounding activities, I doubt that we were the wealthiest class ever. But we were unquestionably the richest class in intelligence and personality. " "We surely weren't left out in the sports department either. Do you remember that Sec- tional in l958? I guess l'll remember that 57-58 defeat as long as I live." "Really, though, I never did consider it a defeat. We played a wonderful game. I al- ways felt if ever a team played a game on heart and intestinal fortitude that was it." "Probably if we mentioned a County Tournament to any of these Junior High students here today, they wouldn't know what we were talking about. That's a thing of the distant past! But I imagine that a few people remember that we won the final tourney to add to our record of nine previous championships." "We broke quite a few records in sports. Those IOI points we scored one night in a bas- ketball game was one of them. " "We had our share of beauty, too. We had two basketball queens and one football queen in our history." "l always thought that one of the reasons for our success was that we had such fine sponsors-three of whom guided us through our entire four years. " "That Prom we gave the Seniors of I957-I958 was pretty elegant. Everyone remarked how excellently the entire program had been planned. " "I think it was the most memorable affair I've ever attended, even in all my parties after graduation. " "I know what you mean. The Avalon added a lot to the evening, but I have always had a feeling we would have had a wonderful evening no matter where it was held. " "As usual the thermometer soared the day we got our iackets, nevertheless, the dauntless class of '59 wore them proudly. " "You know, I've still got my iacket and my ring. I'm just as proud of them now as I was the day I got them. Susan and Kent, my four and six year olds, are always peeking at them, 38 'Lin iifi'lgI' u4.5If.n, longing for the day they'Il have one for their very own." "It seems such an amazingly brief time since that first day of our Senior year." "Yes, and it seems a surpris- ingly short time since we bade farewell to this place." "But as I think back, it cer- tainly is astounding how much we have squeezed into that Senior year." 1-f -be "Sa , do ou remember that fantabulbus Christmas card sales we sponsored?" "I recollect that we made S600 profit! That was another record we broke." "I remember the glorious day all the "Ten O'Clock Scholars" began their iourney to Cincinnati. It wasn't that the trip was the absolute epitomy of our dreams, but, gee whiz, we got a two-day vacation from school!" "I bet Cincinnati hasn't recovered yet. We really gave that fair city a whirl for our money. But those are two days I shall never forget. It made us all feel like members of a large family. I guess I really realized than how close we had grown in four years." "The last week finally came. I remember what I was thinking: 'Now, I'm my own boss, nobody to tell me what to do and when to do itl' I can't count on my hands the times when crucial decisions had to be made that I wished I had had someone telling me what to do." "l think the things I remember most clearly about that final week were the challenging address, delivered to us at Baccalaureate and the varied expressions on the faces of our classmates after Commencement. Some of them looked as if D-Day had finally come, some looked relieved, and some looked as if the entire world had collapsed right in their faces." "ln all my associations in these years since graduation, I have always felt I have had an advantage in every situation because I got a good start in life and its problems here in this building." 39 :Sal ' "4 Hoop -Pole Business ROW ONE: E. Lutterman, Business Manager, D. Jones, M. McClellan, M. King, A. Orth, C. Hoenert, M. Bottomley, V. Vance, S. Forthoffer, P. Bottomley, T. Smith. ROW TWO: A. Curtis, L. Burkhart, S. Walling, N. Schuessler, G. Roehr, D. Ritzert, P. Saltzman, G. Pfeiffer, J. Wright, S. Noon. J. Mangis, Judy Kelly, Editor, I. Ranes, Mr. Pence, Sponsor, M. West, D. Notvell, M. Mathes Turtle 9066 C. Uebelhack, Head Typist, C. Wagner, S. Knight. Am of AMW Q5 -Q 7 egg " fa' 'I 9 I il X 4? "Q- - tam, t ,,.......,-- 3 sig A, NAT 353 ., , , -, -,,,, 1 Ml' 'yi' 39,515 , 'K 1 J' 1 if f I-in 0 X? Ami . 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G3 J s to V, r R , r ii As 1 , ' ' C ai -,ss L' ,G g :gig x.:, K K' K f ' f .em , ' X I 5 ef we-is in I:-,sl - xl ri :Q fl lj .4 4? Rl 1' Xt , , - fs fr I l ': 'Q s as sid? ' 'M i to - Mi 51 he Honorable Mention Sharron Stewart - captain Teresa Cotner Wanda Head Rose Robinson sees smwtnslv begun, Long6ellow Mr. Halcomb, Mr, Kishline, and Mr. Walls. Besides keeping our school tidy and clean, these three men very indulgently listen to the moans, groans, and troubles of many of the six hundred peo- ple in our school. They have become a part of our memories of the school. It is our purpose now to tell you that we do appreciate all you have done for us. Window decorating was a project of Salesman- ship class taught by Mr. Brown . . . look who won the prize! I l First Place Fred Reinitz - captain Don Heberer Roy Baker Ronald Adams William Thompson ,qi A, 3 Z K ' f ,Wxz. M . 'X ,Mia X! .W X . ff 1, If A. 1 'ul 1635, 0994 8 f! J o ' 0 0' 994' ' s .1111-1. ?..1-l go O 9? :..4.,.m.2zazq4l I .11 L Barbara Lanman Judith Kelly Susan Wheaton Betty Lurker Hoftoaswweswwetaiwpw1powwlxowl3stamdAm1d1clwmA." Hewuj B.Adams . E l l 1 l FIRST ROW U. to r.Jg F. Dickens, G. Allyn, J. King, G. Roehr, F. Adams, K. Creek, B, Kappis, M. Stewart. SECOND ROW: Managers--D. Causey, G.-Wilson and R. Turner. THIRD ROW: K. Brakie, S. Walling, C. Naab, N. Curtis, S. Gander, C. Brauser, Coach Soloman, J. Challman, M. Haas, G. Bryant, B. Deig. "wf.....11.s..sb00.fa..g.Lm..1a.0..s..,..s....." Aa1...sp.m......, During the l958 baseball season, the Wildcats won four and lost three, but the amazing part of their record is the fact that six ofthe seven games were decided by a lone tally, either for or against. The Elks batting trophy went to Dickens. This award is based on a rule which calls for an average of two and one-half appearances at the plate per game. In the pitching department, Deig won two and lost none, and had an earned run average of 2.66. Winning a pair but losing three times, Brauser compiled a 2.3l earned run average. Seniors, all regulars, were Allyn, Deig, and Challman. 4. f- rl SEASON'S RECCRD BATTING AVERAGES MVHS OPP. Wadesville 3 2 Dickens 6368, Central 3 2 Stewart 294D Lincoln 7 6 Deig 238j Mater Dei 2 l Brauser 2l7l Reitz 3 4 Challman 2001 Harrisburg, Ill. 0 3 Memorial 3 4 F Foster gamers points. Wr in ight - Stewart the 220 Qweob 'NCiw1e1uS pf Allyn sklms ern. -aw Scheller - Waller- they didn't drop it 5+ A 'if 1 Scheller finishes another mile. 1 i ,wsu f 4 3 Q FIRST ROW: M. Stewart, G. Allyn, C. Brauser, J. Wright, F. Foster, G. Jensen, D. McFadden, R, Adams. SECOND ROW: Coach Baxter, J. Jones, D. Stevens, G. Bryant, H. Bauer, F. Parks, F. Reinita, D. Roos. THIRD ROW: D. Scheller, C. Naab, E. Woolsey, D. Waller, D. Noon, D. Ritaert, J. Deckard. FOURTH ROW: Managers--R. Turner, D. Causey, M. Price, F. Van Haaften. 'Todag tlwwazlallbwmwes coma, Qlwuldew gow I-lowsmnw The l959 track season saw three school records broken, along with a P.A.C. title for the sixth time in the past seven years, first place in the Linton Relays and a third place in the sectional behind Bosse and Reitz. Wright in the broad jump f2l-3 3741, Allyn, Deckard, K. Stewart and Wright in the 880 relay fl:34.3l, and K. Stewart, Wright, Scheller, and Brauser in the mile relay 13:36.85 established the new records tor M.V.H.S. Senior lettermen included Allyn, K. Stewart, Scheller, and Foster. E 4 SEASON'S RECORD INDIVIDUAL SCORES Mt. Vernon 74, Petersburg 35 Wright ll4 IX2 Mt. Vernon 66 lf3, Reitz 79 2f3, Memorial ll Mt. Vernon Sl lf5, Mater Dei 4l lf5, North 34 375 Allyn 92 576 Mt. Vernon 55 points in Linton Relays fwonj Mt. Vernon 54 lf3, Boonville 54 273 K, S1-ewqrt 73 IflO Mt. Vernon won P.A.C. title with 66 points Mt. Vernon l7 points in Petersburg Relays Deckard 41 Mt. Vernon third place in sectional, 24 points, Bosse 42, and Reitz 30 lf2 Scheller 32 lf4 Mt. Vernon 7 points in regional Foster 32 1 ,mi X di E 5 ? 1 5 1 in f - 4 s To T l 41? T' 57 56613 2 67: BE 7: 742.353 BEESQFB' 5.191 55 578 we 'l2S6'7l3"' gfrc u 79 N.-vi' FIRST ROW: T. Byrd, Coach, S. Gander, G. Jensen, C. Naab, I. Deckard. I. Andersen, F. Adams, M. Haas, S. Edge, S. Walling, M. Price. SECOND ROW: W. Scates, W. Russell, J. Robb. I. Jones, S. Ioyner, R. Stratton, D. Berry, M. Wood. D. Wiginton, D. Haas. J. Jones, F. Van Haaften. THIRD ROW A. Miller, I. York, N. Curtis, T. Barnes, K. Sherretz, M. Stewart, R. Hackett. FOURTH ROW: K. Lee, D. Allyn, D. Roos, R. Wade, G. Bryant, N. King, K. Clark, A. Harrison, M. Seifert, S. Noon, F. Dickens, T. Weilbrenner. "GIuemaflwlsea1d'fta6igl1b - Uutwwgayu This year's football season marked the Wildcats first attempt at eleven-man ball since 1932. The season was spent in adiusting to the drastic change from eight-man ball. Teams from Illinois and Kentucky were among the Wildcats' opponents for the first time in twenty-seven years. Ten seniors will be lost by graduation, but Coach Byrd expects much from his sophomores and Juniors. Charles Naab tallied thirty of M.V.H.S. 's total seventy-eight points. For this and many other reasons, Naab was presented the Elks' Trophy tor Player of the Year at the annual Football Banquet. Mt. Vernon O 49 Boonville Mt. Vernon 19 47 North QE'villej Mt. Vernon 6 12 McLeansboro, Illinois Mt. Vernon 7 19 Bicknell Mt. Vernon O 19 Lincoln fE'ville1 Mt. Vernon 13 19 Henderson Co., Kentucky Mt. Vernon 33 21 Christopher, Illinois Mt. Vernon O 65 Central lE'ville1 TOURNAMENT WINNERS Cynfhiono '25-'27-'38-'46-'57 Griffin '28-'29-'34-'47-'49 MT. Vernon '22-'33-'36-'43-'44-'45-'48-'52 '57-'59 New Harmony '32-'35-'42-'51-'55 Poseyville '23-'24-'26-'30-'31-'37-'39-'41 Steworfsvil le '40 Wodesvil le '5O- '56- '58 Mt. Vernon did not compete in '37-'38-'39 ""ll ,.- "FW ai FIRST ROW: S. Gander, Coach Solomon, C. Brauser, J. Wright, S. Vogel, D. Stevens. SECOND ROW Coach Gravette, S. Noon, R. Gentil, D. Noon, D. Keitel, N. Curtis, J. Deckard, R. Wade, M. Stewart, C. Naab. TlwlndimwrAfmbutus Rebounding, after losing six of the first seven games, the boys ielled as a team. With Coach Solomon at the helm, the team came far after their uncertain start. Employing a full court press and a running offense, they were considered outstanding in this type of game. Scores ran high and spirits soared as the 'Cats came home Posey County Champions, set a new scoring record with 101 points against Richland, tallied 61 points in the first half against Reitz, and finished the season winning eleven of the final thirteen scheduled games. MT. VERNON OPPONENT MT. VERNON OPPONENT 72 57 Cynthiana COUNTY TOURNAMENT 56 76 Rock ort 92 66 Griffin 46 47 Nortl: fE'ville1 74 58 Cynthiana 53 63 Memorial fE'ville1 71 55 Owensville 51 89 Mater Dei fE'ville1 61 59 Lincoln fE'ville1 64 66 Boonville 81 74 Oakland City HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 101 44 Richland 58 61 Ft. Branch 58 61 Princeton 56 54 Owensvil le 92 67 Reitz fconsolation game, 64 52 Dale SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 76 72 McLeansboro, Illinois 83 71 Poseyville 86 39 New Harmony 61 73 81 Memorial fE'ville1 r FX fa? FIRST ROW: C. Wade, J. Price D. Goss, L. Bryant, Coach Brown, G. Carr. SECOND ROW: D. Jones, T. Maynard, R. Burk- hart, R. Russell, J. Steward, A Tippitte. Won 5 Lost 7 QGCOMLTQOMV FIRST ROW: D. Stevens, S. Vogel, R. lones- Managers. SECOND ROW: T, Hammer, D. Smith, W. Kappus, F. Adams, Coach Gravette, F. Ricketts, R. Simpson, G. Bryant, D. Roos, B. Kemper. Won 8 Lost 9 Teams FIRST ROW: C. Dick, H. R. Schroeder, M. Curtis, A. Tipitt. SECOND ROW: D. Clevenger, J. Rainey, Coach Jerry David. THIRD ROW: L. Orth, C. Trent, R. Chilcote, K. .Cu1lum, G. Brumley. R. Ritzert, R. Berry, D. Goss J. Steward, W. Lathom, W. Menikheim. Won O Tied 3 Lost 7 Iliff: " Logan, D. Woods, B. Collins, Jones, L. Bryant, I. Price, C. FOURTH ROW: M. Claybrooke Q Q Q' 3 7 ,M . . I .I 5+AJJWF CWM MMS 71613 2150 X! lw dw Haflwaijs HJPM FIRST ROW: Mr. Hannah, Sponsor L. Ricketts, M. Coon, M. West, A. Orth, N. Duncan, M. King. SECOND ROW: A. Bridgeman, A. Curtis, N. Schuessler, J. Dailey, C. Uebelhack, P. Bottomley, K. Hughes, R. Phillips. THIRD ROW: C. Brauser, J. Rheinhardt, P. Saltzman, J. Althoff, G. Sherretz., M. Marx, E. Slygh. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hanna, Sponsor: L. Pickard, S. Perry, D, Korff, N. Ranes, J. Reich, B. Dages, G. Wilson. SECOND ROW: A. Gibbs, M. Wolfe, J. Tenison, M. Harp, B. Templeton, K. Hughes, A. Bridgeman. THIRD ROW: S. Rheinhardt, J. McCoy, D. Crocker, C. Wade, S. Knight, C. Hoenert, E. Boerner, B. Storey. lwffwD0aw'S O ' lwflw B. Lurker, S. Cross, Miss Redman, Dean of Girls: J. 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F 'R aa nk.-w .. N- .v..- -.Ny .K fs tix 4' Am M Q in gig Q3 ,. sr 4 B F. if an " ' .f - 1 lei.: ,k-VJ' 1 X -2' . Q. ,J H M, ,, mv EQ f if 5 ifim What 'wwhew PAUL BAUER Social Studies 4g Baseball lg Attendance Award 1. PHYLLIS BENNER Booster Club 1, 2. 3.4g F. T. A. 4g F. L. P. lg Journalism Club 2,3g Choir 2g Attendance Award 2. DON BERRY M Club lg Football l.4g Track 1. JUDITH BERRYHILL F. L.P. 4g Russell High School, Russell, Kansas lg Mc- Baln High School, McBain. Michigan 2.3. BONNIE BLACKBURN Secretary 3g Booster Club 1,2.3.4g F.T.A. l.4g F. L.P. 1.2.3.4g National Thespian 2,3,4g Journalism Club 2. 3g Student Council l,2.3g Choir 2g Attendance Award lg Freshman Scholarship Award lg National Honor Society l.2.3.4g Honor Certificate 1,3g Hoosier Girls' State 3. KATHLEEN BOEHMAN Choir 4g Ferdinand High School 1.2.3. ELIZABETH BOERNER Librarian 4g F.B.L.A. 3.4. Vice-President 4g Sunshine Society lg Choir 2. TEDDY EARL BONDS Booster Club 3g Social Studies 4. Treasurer 4. DONNA BOTTOMLEY Treasurer lg Booster Club 2,3,4g F.T.A. l.2,3.4. Sec- retary 3. Historian-Librarian 4g F.L.P. 1. MARTHA BOTTOMLEY Booster Club 1.2.3.4g F.L.P. 1,2,3.4g National Thes- plan 2,3,4g G,A.A. 2.3.4, Secretary 4g Sunshine So- ciety lg Hoop-Pole Staff 4g Choir 2,3,4g Starlits 3g Attendance Award 1. PHYLLIS BOTTOMLEY F.L.P. 1.2.3.4g National Thespian 3.4g G.A.A. 2,3,4g Student Council 3g Hoop-Pole Staff 4g Attendance Award 2g National Honor Society 3.4g Monitor 3.4. ALICE BOYER Booster Club 2,3,4g G.A.A. 4g Journalism Club 3g Stu- dent Council 2g Band l,2.3g National Honor Society 3.4. KENNETH BRAKIE Football 1,2g Basketball 1.2g Baseball 3g Track 1.2. CAROLYN WAGNER BRAUSER F.H.A. 2,3g G.A.A. 2,3g Hoop-Pole Staff 4g Choir lg Attendance Award l,2.3g National Honor Society 1. CHARLES BRAUSER M Club 3.4. President 3.4g Choir lg Football l,2.3g Basketball 1.2.3.4g Baseball 1.2.3g Track l,2.3g Hoosier Boys' State 3g Freshman Athletic Award 1, PHYLLIS BREEZE Booster Club 4g F.H.A. 3.4g Sunshine Society 1.2.3,4. Secretary 3g Choir 1,2.3,4. BEVERLY BRYANT Booster Club 3g F.L.P. 1.2.3,4gG. A.A. 2,3gJourna1ism Club 4g Sunshine Society lg Student Council 2g Choir 1, 2g Attendance Award 1.2.3. LARRY BURKHART Booster Club 1,2.3.4g F. L.P. l.2.3.4g Social Studies 4g Student Council 2,3g Hoop-Pole Staff 4g Band 1.2.3. 4, Treasurer 4g National Thespian 3.4g Boys Glee Club 4. LINDA CAPES CHARLES Cl-IAPLIN F.F.A. 1.2,3.4. Treasurer 3. LAWRENCE CLARK Attendance Award 1.2. DONNA CROCKER F.H.A. 1.2,3.4gG.A,A. 2,3,4g Sunshine Society lg Choir lg Monitor 3. ALAN M. CURTIS Treasurer 3.4g Math-Science Club 2,4g F. L. P. l,2.3g National Thespian 3g Journalism Club 3g Key Club 4. President 4g 'Student Council 1.2.3. Treasurer 2. Vice- President 3g Band 1.2.3,4g Attendance Award 2,3g Na- tional Honor Society l.2,3.4g Honor Certificate 1, 2,3g Monitor 3.4g Freshman Scholarship. BETTY LUCILLE DAGES F.B.L.A. 3.4. Secretary 4g Sunshine Society lg Librarian 4g Reitz High School. Evansville, Indiana 2. CHARLES DEFFENDOLL JUDY DRAKE Vice -President 1.2g Booster Club 4g F.H.A. 2.3.4, Dis- trict Vice-President 4g Sunshine Society 1.3.4, Vice- President 4g Choir l.3.4g Basketball Queen 3. L. STEVEN EDGE M. Club 4g Social Studies Club 4g Student Council 2g Football l.3.4g Attendance Award 2g Monitor 1.2.3. RONALD EMMONS Social Studies 4. MARJORIA JOYCE ERWIN G.A.A. 2,3g Sunshine Society 1. DALE HERBERT ESCHE F. F.A. l,2,3.4, Sentinel 4g Attendance Award 1.2.3. SUSAN FORTHOFFER Secretary lg Booster Club l.3.4g F.H.A. 2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,3,4g Hoop-Pole Staff 4g Band 1. SAMUEL A. GANDER Football 1.2.3.45 Basketball l.2,3.4g Baseball 1.2.35 Track 1.25 Attendance Award 1.2.35 M. Club 3.4. ROBERT ALLEN GENTIL Social Studies 45 Football lg Basketball 1.2,3.45 Track 1.25 Attendance Award 1, CAROLYN SUE GIVENS Booster Club 1.2.35 F.L.P. 15 G.A.A. 1.2.3.45 Sun- shine Society 15 Band lg Choir 1.2. MICHAEL HAAS F.L.P. 2.35 Social Studies Club 35 Choir 35 Football 1, 2.3.45 Baseball 1.2.3. PHYLLIS HACKETT Booster Club 45 F.T.A. 1.2.3.4. Historian-Librarian 35 Band 1.2,3.4. Librarian 4. MILDRED HANSHOE Booster Club 2.3.45 F.T.A. 1.2.3,4. Vice-President 3, President 45 Attendance Award 2. PHYLLIS HARDY 5 F.H.A. 45 G.A.A. 25 Student Council 3. ATRESS HARRISON JR. Football 45 Basketball 1. THOMAS LESLIE HESS Boy's Glee Club 4. BEVERLY HESSLER Booster Club 2.35 F.L.P. 1.2.35 F.H.A. 45 G.A.A. 1. 2.3.45 Sunshine Society lg Student Council 25 Band 15 Choir 2.3. LARRY HIGGINS Football 15 Basketball 1.25 Track 1.2. CAROLYN HOENERT F.B.L.A. 4, News Reporter 45 Sunshine Society 2.3.45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Librarian 2.3.4. RICHARD HOWERY Social Studies 3.45 Attendance Award 1.3. ELZORIA LEE HUNTSMAN Choir 1.2, SHIRLEY IRVIN Choir 1.2.31 Starlits 3,45 New Harmony High 1. GARY L. JENSEN Math-Science Club 2.3. President 35 M. Club 4. Presi- dent 45 Social Studies 2.3.45 Football 1.2.3,45 Basket- ball 1.25 Track 1,35 Attendance Award lg National Honor Society 1. BRENDA JO JOHNSON Booster Club 2,35 Attendance Award 3. DONNA JONES Booster Club 1,2.3.45 Journalism Club 3.45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 1.2. JERRY WAYNE JONES Football 15 Basketball 15 Track lg Attendance Award 1. JUDITH ANN KELLY Booster Club 3,45 F.H. A. 2,35 Student Council 3.45 Cheerleader 3,45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Attendance Award 15 National Honor Society 3,45 F.T.A. 3. DORIS IRENE KING F. T.A. 35 Sunshine Society 1.2. MARY ELEANOR KING Booster Club 2.3.45 F.L.P. 15 F.H.A. 2.3.45 G.A.A. 2.35 Social Studies 45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 25 Attendance Award 1.35 Monitor 3.4. WAYNE EDWARD KING F.L.P. 1.2.35 Social Studies Club 3.45 Attendance Award 1.2. GEORGE KIRK Basketball 1. ELVERA KLEINSC HMIDT F.T.A. 3.4, Vice-President 45 F.L.P. 15 F.H.A. 2.3.4 Secretary 45 Sunshine Society 1.2. Vice-President 25 Student Council 45 Attendance Award 1.2.35 National Honor Society 1.2.3.4. Librarian 3. PATRICIA SUE KNIGHT Booster Club 35 F.B. L. A. 3.4. President 45 Sunshine So- ciety 1.2,3,45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Attendance Award 2. 35 Librarian 4. BEVERLY KOLB Sunshine Society 35 Choir 45 San Angelo High School 2. KENNETH KUEBLER F. F.A. 1.2.3,45 Track lg Boy's Glee Club 4. BARBARA GAYLE LEWIS Booster Club 2. 3. MARTHA LOU LOEHR F.H.A. 3.45 G.A.A. 25 Social Studies Club 3,45 Sun- shineiSociety 1. EDWARD LEE LUTTERMAN Booster Club 3.4. President 45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Attendance Award 1.2.3. MARY ALICE MCCLELLAN Booster Club 1.2,3.4. Vice-President 45 F.L.P. 1.2.3. 4. Secretary 45 National Thespian 2.3.45 Journalism Club 2.3.4. President 45 Student Council 25 Hoop-Pole staff 45 Band 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 45 National Honor Society 3.4. JOY L. MCCOY F.H.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 3.45 Sunshine Society 1.25 Choir 15 Librarian 45 Football Queen 'Candidate 3. MARGUERITE ANN MCGENNIS G.A.A. 1.2.4. Historian 45 Sunshine Society 1. CAROL JEAN McNEELY Sunshine Society 1.2,3.4. HAZEL FAY MALIN Sunshine Society 3.4. JILL MANGIS Booster Club 1.2.3.4. President 35 F.L.P. 1.2.3.45 Na- tional Thespian 2.3.45 Journalism Club 2.3.4, Treasurer 35 Sunshine Society 15 Student Council 15 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 1.2.3.45 Starlits 3,45 Attendance Award 1,25 Freshman Scholarship Award 15 National Honor Society 1.2.3.45 Honor Certificate 1.35 Hoosier Girls' State 35 Monitor 2. MARION MARX Student Council 1,2,3.45 Basketball 15 Attendance Award 1. MARILYN AURELIA MATHES Booster Club 1.3.45 F.L.P. 1.2.3.4. President 45 Na- tional Thespian 3.45 Journalism Club 2.3.4. Secretary 3, Treasurer 45 Sunshine Society 15 Student Council 1.35 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Attendance Award 25 National Honor Society 1.2.3.45 Hoosier Girls' State 35 Basketball Queen 45 Football Queen Candidate 15 Monitor 3.4. CAROLYN SUE MEINSCHEIN Booster Club 1.2.45 Joumalism Club 3.45 Sunshine So- ciety 1. 2.3. WALTER A. MILLER ELMER EUGENE MILLS Choir 1.2.35 Basketball 15 Track 15 Attendance Award 1.2.3. IULIANA ERMA MULLER F.H.A. 2.3.45 Sunshine Society 15 Attendance Award 2.3. IUDITH MUNSTERMAN F.L.P. 15 F.H.A. 2.3.45 G.A.A. 25 Social Studies 45 Sunshine Society 1. THEODORE MUNSTERMAN STEPHEN NOON M Club 3.45 F.T.A. 15 F.L.P. lg Social Studies 45 Stu- dent Council l5 Band 1.2.35 Choir 45 Football l.2.3.45 Basketball 1,2.3,45 Track 2. DIANNE NORVELL Secretary 45 Booster Club 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 3. Secretary-Treasurer 45 F.L.P. 3,45 National Thespian 45 G.A. A. 1.2,3,45Journa1ism Club 1.25 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Band 1.25 Choir l.2.3,45 Football Queen 45 Staunton High School, Staunton. Illinois 1.2. AGNES LOUISE ORTH Booster Club 45 F.T.A. 1.2.3.4. Treasurer 35 Student Council 35 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 1,25 National Honor Society 15 Monitor 4. MARY ANN OSBAN F.H.A. 2.3.45 G.A.A. 25 Sunshine Society 3.4. 75 STEVEN OSBORN Math-Science Club 2, 3.4. Secretary-Treasurer 45 Booster Club 35 Social Studies 3.45 Football 15 Track 15 Attend- ance Award 15 Honor Certificate 2.3. GENE PFEIFFER Vice-President 3. Treasurer 25 Math-Science Club 3,45 Booster Club 3.45 Social Studies 3.4. President 45 Stu- dent Council 35 Basketball 1,25 Hoosier Boys' State 35 Monitor 1.2.3. MAPJORIE PHELPS F.B.L.A. 4. Treasurer 45 Sunshine Society 1.2.3.45 Choir 15 Attendance Award 2. LAURA A. PICKARD F. T. A. 45 Sunshine Society 1.2.35 Choir 15 Attendance Award 25 Librarian 3.4. MARGARET PIERCE Sunshine Society l,2.3.4. President 4. BARBARA JUDITH RANES President 3.45 Booster Club 35 F.H.A. 2.3.4, President 45 Sunshine Society 1.2.3.4. Secretary 35 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 1,2.3.45 Starlits 35 National Honor So- ciety 1.2.3.45 Honor Certificate 1.35 Hoosier Girls' State 35 District F.H.A. Secretary 4. JAMES REDMAN Social Studies 45 Band 1.2.3. SERENA REDMAN F. H. A. 35 G. A.A. 25 Social Studies 45 Sunshine Society 1,2.3.45 Cl'10ir 1.2.3.45Star1its 3. SHARON RHEINHARDT Booster Club 45 F.T.A. 3.4. Treasurer 45 F.L.P. 45 Sun- shine Society l.25 Band 1. 25 Attendance Award 3. HENRY EMANUEL RICKERT F. F. A. 1.2.3.4. Vice-President 3. President 4. DAVID RITZERT F. F. A. 1.2.3.4. President 3. Vice-President 45 Hoop- Pole Staff 45 Football lg Track 2.35 Attendance Award 1. DALLAS LEE ROBINSON F.F.A. 1.2,3,4. Secretary 35 Baseball Manager 25 Track Manager 2. H. GARY ROEHR President 25 Vice-President 45 Math-Science Club 2.3.4. President 45 F.L.P. 15 Key Club 45 Student Council 3.45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Baseball 2.3.45 Attendance Award 25 National Honor Society 1.2,3.45 Honor Certificate 15 Hoosier Boys' State 3. JENNY RUSSELL Booster Club 15 F.L.P. 15 F.H.A. 35 G.A.A. 25 Sun- shine Society 3.45 Student Council 15 Choir 1.2. JEROME RAY SALTZMAN F.F.A. 1.2.3.45 Track lg Attendance Award 1. IUDITH SALTZMAN F.H.A. 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Sunshine Society 25 Choir 1,2. PAUL SALTZMAN Math-Science Club 45 Key Club 45 Student Council 1,2, 45 Hoop-Pole staff 45 Attendance Award 35 Monitor 2,3,4. ANNETTA SCHMIDT F.H.A. 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Attendance Award 1,25 Honor Certificate 1. NORMAN G. SCHUESSLER Social Studies 3,4, Vice-President 45 Hoop-Pole Staff 4,5 Monitor 3,4, MARION F. SEIFERT Booster Club 45 M. Club 45 F.F.A. l,2,3,45 Band l,2, 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2. BARBARA STOREY SHEPHARD Sunshine Society 25 Choir 2. GLEN SHERRETZ Monitor 4. MARJORIE Sl-IERRETZ Booster Club 2,35 F.L.P. 2,3,45 Sunshine Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 35 Attendance Award 1. TWYLA SMITH Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 45 F.H.A. 1,2,35 Luce Town- ship High School 1,2. 3. CHARLOTTE STEVENS Booster Club 2,35 F.L.P. 15 Journalism Club 2,3,45 Sunshine Society lg Band 1,2. EMILY FERN STEVENS Booster Club 3,45 F.L.P. 1,2,3.4: National Thespian 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Sunshine Society 15 Choir 2,45 Attend- ance Award 3. DOLORES STOLZ Booster Club 15 F.B.L.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Sunshine Society 1. LINDA STONE Journalism Club 35 Choir lg Attendance Award 1,2. FRANCIS TOMLINSON Social Studies 45 Basketball 1,2. HERBERT TOMLINSON Social Studies 45 Football 1,35 Track 1, 2,3 SHEILA ANN TOOTHMAN Booster Club 3,45 G.A, A. 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,45 Attend- ance Award 2. 'IDU I dia 603.11 CAROLYN RUTH UEBELHACK VICKY VANCE Historian 1,2,3,45 Booster Club 2,35 F.L.P. 1,2,3,45 National Thespian 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 45 Student Council 25 Band 1,2,3,4. FREDERICK WAYNE VANHAAFTEN Math-Science Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Booster Club 3,45 Social Studies 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Attendance Award l,2, 35 National Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Track Manager 35 Football Manager 4. CAROLYN SUE WADE G.A.A. 2,3,45 Sunshine Society lg Attendance Award 1, 2, 3. JUDY WALKER Sunshine Society 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN EARL WALLING M. Club 45 F.L.P. 1,2,35 Social Studies 45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Football 3,45 Baseball 3. SHIRLEY WALLS Band lg Choir 3. CAROLYN WARD F.B.L.A. 3,45 F.L.P. 15 Sunshine Society 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2. HERDIS LEE WELLS Choir 1,25 Boy's Glee Club 45 Track 2. MARLA WEST Booster Club 1,2,3,45 F.L.P. 1,2,3,45 National Thes- pian 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 Student Council 1,4, Vice-President 45 Hoop-Pole staff 45 Choir lg Attendance Award 1,25 National Honor Society l,3,4g Honor Certificate lg Monitor 4. DAVID WIGINTON M.Club 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Social Studies 45 Band 1,25 Football l,3,45 Basketball lg Track 15 Attend- ance Award 1,2,3. JESS WRIGHT M Club 3,45 Social Studies 45 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track l,2,35 Reitz High School 1. IUDITH DEKEMPER YORK Booster Club 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Choir 15 National Honor Society 1. MARY ROSE YORK G.A.A. 2,3,45 Sunshine Society lg Attendance Award 2. F.H.A. 2,3,4, vice-President 45 sunshine Society 1,25 Tha quid Sfwiiiug, 0610 bg one og JAMA." Student Council 35 Hoop-Pole Staff 45 Choir 2,3,45 . Attendance Award 1,35 National Honor Society 1,3,4g Monitor 4. I-lagedow coa1ddow06gew15, Q SM 3 wwf 4 M WJ F "1" X L Osborn Plumbing 8. Heating Duchess Beauty Shop Kappus Kut 8. Kurl Bantle's Drive-In Cleaners Shrode Agency Hester's Grocery Harry Russell 8. Sons Shampoo Bowl Junior's Skating Rink Gentil 's Cafe McFadin's Furniture Store Estelle Beauty Shop Oliver Jewelers Mt. Vernon Farm Equipment Holder Building Supplies Schmuck's Cafe Parkett Drive-In Pioneer Seed Company Dailey's Shell Service Steve Bach Ewing Tire Service Lutterman Market Miller's Gulf Station Eilert's Repair Shop Wl1eaton's Pharmacy Utley's Excavating Co. Bee Nix Chevrolet Paul O'Donnell Plumbing Bishop's Pool Room Mt. Vernon Drive-ln Theatre We Backed Tlwf l-loop-Pole iw '59 Robison's Men's Wear Niblo's Roth's Department Store Weisinger's Funeral Home Martha's Beauty Shop W. P. C. O . Naab Farm Seeds Style-Rite Shoe Store Almonette Beauty Shop Dr. Dunigan A. 8. P. Food Store Hasting Equipment Co. Ohio Veneer Lumber Co. Short's Funeral Home Advance Manufacturing Company Neu-Way Cleaners Mt. Vernon Democrat K. 8. R. Furniture Store Kuhn Truck Line and Koal Ko William Espensphied Staples Foundry Alles Bros. Furniture Co. Burnett's Grocery Huber Realty Co. Buchanan Meat Processing Plant Ted Winterheimer, Contractor Lucille Utley Standard Oil Company-A.H. Blubaum, Agent The Model Moll Wholesale Grocery 78 Parkmore Drive-In Dr. H.F . Watson Hironimus Food Center J. 8. J. Welding Works R. 8. M. Cafe Smitty's Service Station Rosenbaum's Apparel Gerber's Super Market L. 8. L. Fuelling Co. Mt. Vernon Creamery Co A Friend De Fur Paint Store Benthall 8. Sons Dairy Advance Drilling Co. Dr. Turber, D.D.S. Fuhrer-Ford Milling Co. Barlett's Grocery Schmidt's Marathon William's D-X Todd 8. Lowman Barber Shop Woodward's Ashland Oil Co. Yaggi Plumbing 8. Heating Service Reinitz Garage Krauss Cleaners-Launderers Phelps Heating Stein Cleaners Juncker Bros. Sales 8. Service Wehr Greenhouse Mt. Vernon Milling Co. Lloyd's Service Station Otis B. Allyn Renschler Farm Equipment Klein Refrigeration Service Helen 8. Tottie's Cafe Boyer's Drug Store S.l.G. 8. E. Company PeopIe's Bank and Trust Co Doane Studio Posey County Farm Bureau Cooperative Assn Noon's Dairy Queen Hi-Fi Music Center Dr. Crist Dr. Eckerty Verne S. 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