New Market High School - Flyer Yearbook (New Market, IN)

 - Class of 1947

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'u C .Il 9 ,ni :ig " I x w ' .W . , .A . n 5 w '11 n 1 1 HISTORY OF CLASS CEE' '47 "What is all the commotion in the downstairs hallway this morning?" could have been the inquiry of any one present when the members of grade one of New Market High School scurried to their room one September morning in the fall of 1935. Yes, that is the way they began their school career, and for the next twelve years they managed to contribute their share of the classroom uproars. If you don't believe me, read further. It seems that Carol Henry demostrated her barber ability in grade one by cutting Roy Sarver and David Rice's hair. Then Christmas cautiously crept a- round and Tom Webb proved his NHe-Man" strength by upsetting the Christmas tree. But he had nothing on Roy Sarver, who insisted that he use Barbara Wray's name for his own. . Luetna 6'Tyke" McMahan, poor girl, died of over-exhaustion while in the second grade and was buried by her saddened classmates. They decided that the grave of their late friend should be decorated with dandelions. They progressed without too much turmoil through grades three and four, however, the lost time was efficiently paid for in grade five. Besides the wedding of Carol Henry and Willard Bonwell, the class participated in a snowball fight against the sixth grade. Katy Keys received the blunt of this undertaking but as always she soon recovered. It was during their sixth year of school that two of the class members learned to use Hsky hooks" and Hplank stretchersn. Yes, you guessed it, Katy Keys and Letty Eskew were the victims. The next year they were in grade seven and the upstairs teachers had the opportunity to make the acquaintance of the well-known group. Nearing the close of schooli Mr. Smith's history class was interrupted when several seventh grade girls took the afternoon off for a little hike. They had fun, but so did Mr. Smith the next morning. Then came the eight year of their school life. The class encountered one of their greatest hardships this year, as they failed to develop a friendship with one of their new teachers. Consequently, Delores Steele received a spanking and several girls were sent into the office for a visit with Mr. Kirkpatrick, they had joined a new club whose initiation was a bright red kiss on the cheek. But that didn't end their experience with lipstick because the sophomores initiated them into high school by marking each freshman with a X or O of very colorful lipstick. Mr. Douglas served as their ninth grade class sponsor. During their tenth year of school, Mr. DeBu.sk sponsored the class. Also it was this year that three class members participated in State Educational Contests. Their junior year was a busy one, too. At the first of the year, they sold little purple and white caps bearing initials of N.M.H.S. Also, they helped to pro- duce New Market's first school annual. "The Nutt Family" their junior class play was an outstanding success, even though one girl of the Cast experienced a moSt embarrassing moment. Do you wonder that Mrs. Husted refused to teach them literature, after endeavoring to conduct an English class amid a snowstorm of erasers, paper, and corn cobs? It might be that she heard about the mice being coaxed under the door of the Home Economics room in hopes of scaring some girls in the assembly. Katy Keys supervised the experiment from her position atop one of the tables while her assistants, Marilyn Brattain, Phyllis Jacks, Margaret Swank, Louise Wininger, and Luetna McMahan, performed the task. -1-Q LAu.,.v .. 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By this time only thirteen of the original class still clung together. They were: john Etter, Carol Henry, Glenn Himes, Lois Kessler, Katherine Keys, Luetna McMahan, David Rice, Roy Sarver, Delores Steele, Emery Steele, Margaret Swank, Thomas Webb, and Barbara Wray. Other members were: jerry Briggs, Marilyn Brattain, jesse Delano, Ioan Dunbar, Christian Graha-m, Phyllis Jacks, Berdena jones, Alma Long, Don Rendfeld, Billy Whitecotton, and Louise Wininger. New class officers were chosen at the first of the year: john Etter, president, Marilyn Brattain, vice-president, and Margaret Swank, secretary and treasurer. Iohn and Marilyn were also student council members. The class was proud of its muscle men, Billy Whitecotton and jesse Delano, who so faithfully served their school on the baseball and basketball teams respectively But they were equally proud of those who were members of the band: Lois Kessler, Katherine Keys, Phyllis jacks, and Barbara Wray, and glee club, Carol Henry, Phyllis jacks, Lois Kessler, Katy Keys, Marilyn Brattain, and Barbara Wray. Forgetting the girls who represented the class in the donkey basketball game sponsored by the Hi-Y club, would be out of the question. They were Katy Keys, Louise Wininger, Marilyn Brattain, and Luetna McMahan. On November 26, a three act farce, "Dough Crazy", was produced by the class. This, as did their junior play, provided entertainment for a large audience. May 2, 1947 was the day that the teachers of New Market High School heaved a sigh of relief, because at least they were rid of a few of their pests. But the Class of '47 was very proud that they had completed the necessary requirements entitling them to the precious piece of paper for which they had struggled for twelve long years. . CLASS WILL lt was a sad but memorable day, The New Market chimes tolled a mournful lay, The High School Flag drooped to half-mast, The Class of '47 was breathing its last. The teachers' eyes were moist as could be Probably some of them couldn't even see, Their favorite charge was passing on, What would they do when it was gone? 3 This group for twelve long years had been, Unblemished by any form of sin, And excelled in scholarship how could they be, When each knew his letters from A to Z. 4 ,ik f x 1 1 , , Qkqiullg 1 'QV' fir .- if-f':,4fI' . , 4 , . t . ,G ,. FT' ,Q . 9 . 4 ,.' V 1 u J, 1'-ly ily' N 1 u 'iff' 4HFH981PI H, 4- FL 'vena HM 1 , 5 I . 1' iv-N1 L+' ', Wa 1 v1, 1'-Us x .-v- .ii sum A 1' www-55 L44 1 4' 'Zig54'!d-Q ' 'mini Jr . . u .. . 8 41 sf ..f-:fo rw! f A .'.,r.+J '4 'J V -Y- 1 ' 'IQQILKFQQ ..5 , 1 " '-'. 'Hg . . . T ' ff . Q .1 34.5 2,319 -. g I' ml .,.- -ll , vig--,JC -I . At . Class Will C Continuedb The thought foremost in the Juniors' minds, Was what do you suppose they leave behind, And won't we be heirs to their estate, Whether it be small or great? Then suddenly the news boys cried, HBuy an extra, a class has died"l Headlines in boldest black affirmed, That from the truth they hadn't turned!- They read, 'gThe greatest class in town, lots many-burdens has laid down,' And the millions it has amassed, Now to others will be passed.-9' "This fortune doesn't lie", they said, "Entirely in coins of gold or lead, But in the many charms and graces, That have enabled it to set the pacesf' An attorney says there is a will, Which many hearts with joy will fill, This, he announces, is to be read, Soon as the bereaved faculty can be out of bed. With mingled emotions we face the task, Of learning the wished of this illustrious class, So now if you'll be attentive and still, We'll acquaint you with this momentus will. The Last Will and Testament of the Class of 1947 of New Market High School. October l, 1946 This has been a hectic day, The azure blue skies seemed a dismal gray, When the teachers asked the size of our heads, We almost wished that we were dead. Had we developed to the proper state, So a cap whould sit upon our pate, Or must we labor at school and home, Until we possess a larger dome? Finally, the verdict has been received, Our weary minds are greatly relieved, The decision makes life seem happy and bright, We'll steer the tassel from left to right. 31vIg'. 'nUgI'zc'.4-'1i"11x'1"W1WI' AZT-'yt 'wff 'gvgu-'w 'III.-5 I' Nqqxzff' qv' " ' ' I I, ' 2 ff F3 1 I. I,1:17q1:- I1.g1 1 I Quik' iff- 1-9.-HW. '.'1'f ' 11:4'1u'.j1,'4'-'WIT 4'-L f '1.f7q'X-W ,J mi 'I . J' 1 . 'lffysr 1 ' "' fig! ' 5:15 , ' I' 11...-11-f'.'f,,,: 1-.-I. ,.,4I.-.-p',.1.'-1,- "'1 '1 Q, -1" , ,,-,,'11, -- f-- 1115 , '-1.'V.'? ...In R-1..?, -,-.3 I--I,1sj,f.II1-1q.f,-"Q, I1 - 1' - 11,5 " 1. . 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H. 4' v .5 , ,',1 ,yu nlr '. . fx - 4 Class Will CContinuedD Now as our fortune we will to thee, Very fair we shall try to be, So first of all to be endowed, Are those whom to us have humbly bowed. Emery's bulging biceps second to none, Are willed to Virginia Wray, just in fun, Though at first this may seem overdone, Remember child, your race isn't won. Alma, the peacemaker, quiet and true, Now that her High School role is through, To avoid discussions that might end in a fuss, Gives Gylith her seat in the Parkersburg bus. Luetna's ability to get and keep her man, Which beats anything yet in this land, ls yielded with her ready-made fame, To one deemed needful, dear little jane. jerry makes friends with his Southern drawl, Which he perfected while learing to crawl, This, with his sentences that flow like a stream, Goes to Bob Wilson to give him more steam. Lois' perfume wafted on the air, Has made life for many, gloriously fair, Ernestine, please keep. up this tradition, For yours is an enviable, lofty mission. Pres. john Etter's good manners and looks, His wavy blond hair, and way with young cooks, Go to Charles Smith, with his seat on the bench, At least, that's better than sitting on the fence. Don Rendfeld's bequest will make head turn, Will cause mouths to water and hearts to yearn, His giant doughnuts are gems beyond price, His skill as their maker goes to Alfred Rice. Margaret, when sometimes a little forsook, Would display the 'gl didn't do it" look, ' This rare talent goes to Judy Quigg, It'S helpful in ordeals both little and big. How thrilled were Luetna's friends when they found, She could ride donkeys equal to a clown! She chooses Lois Baker to succeed her in this, It insures a life of great comfort and bliss. 'Ii-soma: 'Nil . . ' 5 Wm- -1.4 4- - L f . 'sl ffm'-f'q'1f4 X V - r. G 4, 4 f . .4 ' d , 4 J., ' -J 'I ?U'v N , , , , ... Y o,"'?. ' fl -' 4 .Lu , E,:v, U, r s 1.1.0 5'-rklffjkl if ,- , V , vm- I M1111- - f V L eil?-41 ' an Class Will fContinuedD Katy Keys claims great dignity and grace, Are attained by meeting the officials face to face, As her trips to the office come to an end, Se bequeaths them to Charles Sanders, a very good friend David's prized possession, his knowlege obtained, From lectures in algebra, though sometimes they pained, IS thoughtfully conferred upon Ruby Bymaster, T'will help him give the answers faster. jesseys oratory holds many spell-bound, This talent as pleasing as rarely found, ls kindly bestowed upon Darrell Hockersmith, May it bring pleasure and a monetary lift. Berdena breathes heavily as from her gift she parts, lt's her precious hope chest, the idol of her heart, Still jason needs it badly to keep love letters in, Striving to keep it from him would be akin to sin. Roy says it's society that makes the world go round, He's investigated and knows his judgment's sound, To junior Surface goes the place he has attained, Accept this Junior, you too, may become famed. Phyllis, after pondering long and well, Upon what makes her the Senior belle, Yields to Barbara her dimples rare, Her "figger" slim and her beautiful hair. To jim McCammack we must be fair, He is one of a famous pair, So to him Iohn leaves some height, To help make baskets, left and right. Barbara's great ability is her way with red-haired men, She has her choice of many, she says at least of ten, Irene becomes heir to this unusual charm, May it bring happiness and keep her from all harm. Lois' half interest in the Burkett brooder house, fIt's brand new, without a single louse.D Goes to Velma Demoret, with one slight provision, lf a Purdue chicken major, she may change her decision. Ioan knows the value of a sunny smile, It softens teachers' faces that are about to rile, Mary Graham is heir to this divine estate, It will help in school days, and assure a mate. iw . , a- f ' 9 -'nf H P if 91 - :ina-Lgfxmi . ' -,1 I Y In .L 5 ' , ' +.' fv' . WSWS 5""" ' " -a .f.f+ ' RA . -l P: gf A -1- Hm- . Q , ,. X wr L , B . . ff 4 . ' ' '- .L -' TT a-' U-Q-:A , 1 ,.'rH1, f . Rl, -- 7 'pf' . if ,,-.,. 4.1 f.-,3 X U, -f'i'lvq,,f Jyrj fx? Aff av Quai' v .MJ , '3- 3 - Uqrn- ui! 991 ' -, 'il gvsunmuy M-"H -FU' Q.. Ww IHIRQSQ Class Will CContinuedD Roy has a technique that is the marvel of all, lt's a come-hither look, for which girls swoon and fall, Herbert Swindler is chosen for this magic art, Roy's free demonstration will insure a glorious start. Lou.ise's bequest may lead people to think, That we are small characters down by the brink, But the title of "Wormy" which upon Dick she bestows, ls just an endearment that with school days goes. Mary Dunbar inherits an easy way to fame, Though to those less limber it could prove a pain, lt's Carol's text book on the Rhumba Dance, And must be mastered to prevent a trance. As Mr. Cassidy believes that weeds are foes, May a scythe, self-propelled, bring an end to his foes, lt will not only keep his fence rows clean, But furnish a prop, should he want to lean. Mr. Douglas though quiet as a mouse, Helps make anything from a hammer to a house, Hence to him goes our share in the tools, If all agree its breaking no rules. Mrs. Hulbert is an expert cook, She can make gravy without using a book, Our sugary ways upon her we'll bestow, If she can use them without making foes. Mr. DeBusk says "Stand on your head, If you'd be famous after you' re dead"I To him we leave our agile ways, They may be helpful in his latter days. Upon I. D. Bullock, Carol Henry bestows A very choice heirloom, free from worldly woes, lt's her secret parldng places in the Balhjnch hills, Where love and romance abide among the rills. ! Gleen says there's protection i.n being a little shy, lt makes you take a second thought before life's games you try This, with his stature that helps him see ahead, Goest to Catherine Maxwell, to keep her safely led. Bill Whitecotton, our big game man, One of the bravest in all the land, Confers his wolf's license upon Bobby Ross, May Bob, too, prove the woodland's boss. 4 .ff-jwnralfe-19IH N M ww , wwwfvmnigffgif ar in , D ' gk, . ' ws' -1 - we-41 mit U- , , . , . , ,. -A-.-wg' V V 'irc N81 L Q , 0.12 V I w I 1 1 1 v U ,. , u 3. f1'1"m -. 'v ,. 4- .'. ' -4' 4 ' ' A in V "- -"a 'vnrfifi p- ,L 14 ull" 9'g5,fz -wwf PTT U - - A A-fwfr ,iff .Q .1---"',of'r m ,. ns-C3 W We-.-fmw 415 Class Will fContinuedD Fortune really smiles today upon Veda Jones, Heir to Margaret's girdle with broken supporter and bones, This rare, unusual gift will prove a timely token, When in the Senior play Veda's lines are spoken. Alma is bequesting a portion of her brains, CShe even knows when it's going to rain.D To Virginia Shepherd, that she may not pine, For the Crawfordsville school recently left behind. Tommy is known as a horseman of fame, There's no steed too wild for him to tame, Darrell, you're heir to this risky mission, But if you can't hang on you may take up fishin'. Chris Graham has a treasure he refuses to sell, lt's his bell bottom trousers which have served him well, As he no longer needs them to Don Yount they go, May they help you Donny, become somebody's beau. Marilyn is day-dreaming as her bequest she makes, It's an atomic-driven lawn mower, we hope it's not a fake, This goes to Margaret Booher, so she can really mow'em down To avoid misunderstanding, we mean the lawns in town. Delores claims there's security in being a little plump, It reduces the shock of falling if by chance you bump, Hence her gift is calories, they go to William Sheets, lf you use them wisely, Billy, they'll help in many feats. That the New Market school may keep its ball fame, Jesse Delano, who really knows the game, Wills his skill and wisdom to jimmy Lester, Uphold the tradition jim, in every turn and gesture. Mr. Wilson will like his roller skates fine, I-le'll glide into class exactly on time, Also for him, "The Monday Morning Blues", To keep him posted on taxes and dues. Mr. Mcl-largue here's a skeleton rare, lt hasn't any teeth and it hasn't any hair, While we admit it's not ga pretty sight, To your health class it may bring some light. Mrs. Gabbert really likes to type, And believes in doing her work jugt right, We're adding our ability to what she knows, Then she can type with her fingers or her toes. 1 A Q. H "A-ai' I A .Aa-. -1 VW I' Nuff -'wvzhh' gal , -, Ubud, "W," gg, ', 'ff-1' ' V, .-49 AEP' .gg . 1A-Eno x I 1 in ' , 4 it' 4 . , . .4 3 , D I Vw 35' 11 . :dvi LN Ltila LK' fr f 7 J! I '56 6. 5 1 -Jgfjj ill: ! ' c-+44 'vlflhlnff IL-4 Lu QM mm mega! Jil' Class Will fContinuedD Mr. Melvin is a very fine coach, His reputation is beyond reproach, May the "Suzie" to which he is heir, Inspire his team to do and dare. Mr. Risley teaches us to talk, just as babies must learn to walk, He knows some wordsqwe can't quite reach So to him goes our permission to teach. 9 Mr. Bucklew, may you and your band, Glean much pleasure from the cheering hands, But knowing even masters at times feel forlorn, For you, here's our motto, "Toot your own horn". Now Miss Harrison and Mrs. Quigg, As your proteges, we've become too big, But should the class of '48 be rude or wild, Donyt spare the rod, lest you spoil the child. Lastly, to the faculty, that has labored hard and long, To pave the way of lmowledge for our youthful throng We leave our greatest gift, one money can not buy, It's our love and gratitude, which shall never die. Now with our treasurers all willed away, There is little left for us to say, As even good things must come to an end, We bid you adieu, your idol and friend. Signed : Class of 1947 Attorneys: Marilyn Brattain Luetna McMahan Louise Wininger Witnesses: Harold Seaman Fred Whitecotton Fred Houlehan 31vIg'. 'nUgI'zc'.4-'1i"11x'1"W1WI' AZT-'yt 'wff 'gvgu-'w 'III.-5 I' Nqqxzff' qv' " ' ' I I, ' 2 ff F3 1 I. I,1:17q1:- I1.g1 1 I Quik' iff- 1-9.-HW. '.'1'f ' 11:4'1u'.j1,'4'-'WIT 4'-L f '1.f7q'X-W ,J mi 'I . J' 1 . 'lffysr 1 ' "' fig! 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We rounded a corner and bumped into I you guessed itl Wormy Wininger. She was pulling her henpecked husband, Sad Sarver, by the ear in an effort to get him away from a certain picture in the picture gallery. We entered the "Room of Egyptian Tombs" and were stunned to see Peewee Steele guarding the door. Standing to one side was Romeo Delano completely surrounded by admiring lasses: Kessler, Swank, Maclvlahan, and Dunbar. Tommy Webb was watching this scene wistfully. Proceeding further into this huge home of relics we entered the room of "Human Brainstormsu- Standing behind the atom driven do-nut cutter was Professor Rendfeld. Gazing at him with awe were those two gals, Beauteous Brattain and jolly jones. jerry Biggs and spouse, Carol, were there trying to hush screaming jerry, jr. We walked around some kind of contraption and were shocked speechless to see Etter frantically picking up cigarette stubs and storing them in his pockets for future use. Apparently, he was trying to beat janitor Graham to them because here HE came pushing a 6-foot broom in front of him. As you all know, all dirt goes out in front of the broom. Unable to see because of the dust we bumped into two large objects, which, when we took a closer look turned out to be Two-ton jacks and Pie-Dough Steele Moving on in the fog we saw Scrub-lady Long trying to get Bird Brain Wray to do her scrubbing for her. Thinking we had seen enough and received enough shocks for one day we left the museum. But suprises have no end. On the corner stood Windy Keys selling balloons. She had finally put her wind to a good use. But that's not all folks! Willie Whitecotton was scrambling around on his knees trying in vain to get children attracted to the balloon lady. CLOSING OF SCHOOL EVENTS April 26, 1947 Iunior-Senior Reception April 27, 1947 Baccalaureate May 2, 1947 Commencement May 2, 1947 Close of School r --. fl? 1 5 -1 rw x 1 x 1 9 . 5 n U NDE R Gr 1Q ADS W 1 1 1 11 ' -51 'x,.pk,. 1 4 1. 11 1 ,151 ' 1 J . 1. J ' 1 1 1.1 1,,:1, I 1 'Y 1 g.-. 1 A -4 WV. 1 .1 H1-V. Q". - m1 G' . 1 1,,,-1.1 A 1 I-1. .411-I II, a 1- 1: , .1 ,, .1 111 J 11 11111. ', I xl 1 .I 1, 5 1 . 1 1. 4 ' 14 '- 1 1111 M5114-41 11 '.1 . -1 ,1 ' s 1A, 1 1 1 1 , l Q1 51, ..'r,v v- ,, '- u , . M 11 -11 11 ' 1 1 1. 1' 1 . 11.'H 1 1 ' 4 1 ,, 1 1 I .J 1 ,."11! 111 A 1 , . .L YU 'Nb- .,, 1. 1 1 . 1 . dn 'J I-S n'," 1' .W 1 S. + : ' 1 . 1 1.1. 'Q 1 " -11 ' - ' ' ' "I 11, 11 . .111,. -". 1 , 1 I5 1- , ,.-11 111. W 1 1 1, X4 I .,. . - I .+.'fa lf. 1-19 I Class of '48 Fourth Row: William Sheets, Darrell Patton, Junior Surface, jim l!lCCemmacl-1, Charles Sanders, Ruby Bymaster, Bob Wilson Third Row: Mr. Risley, Herbert Swindler, jane Gardner, Ernestine Hix, Mary Graham, Judy Quigg, Gylith Britton, Margaret Booher, Irene Toby, Mrs, Gabbert. Seconi Row: Don Yount, Dick McCammack, Veda jones, Velma Demoret, Catherine Maxwell, Barbara Beecher, Virginia Wray, Lois Baker, Mary Dunbar. First Row: jason Keim, Darrell Hockersmith, Russell Baldwin, Bob Ross, Charles Smith, Jim Lester, Alired Rice. ,7 '-wlr 9,4 ,A 4' f -'U - rg' u Q D 1534 ?:"b , 'xii ,vf 1 1 'l ,I .Ki-1 . .,,... - A 4- vM'h"- , G , , ,1-A , '-.- ' '1 . . ., - . -P,'-T3 Vfff 03,4-'1:,-,Ag 7, ", .I 1 ., M,-, 1 -' -- . -wmxf '. ' .9 I. . ' ' '.f',!"'lr- f . ,, , L, - , j"'kggi'3": vs ' fini., A, f"!,.fg' I: wr! gg"- , ' -pf' ' ' "1."f 1 , 545- 4, . -. ... fum , HISTORY OF CLASS OF '48 Glancing back just eleven years ago when we, the juniors of 1947, were in the first grade, we had a total of twenty members in our class. We have seven left from the original twenty, however, we have lost and gained until we now boast of thirty-two members. Now, let us take up the history of our class from the beginning of the eleventh year. We started by electing officers, namely, jim McCammack, President, Velma Demoret, Vice-presidentg and Margaret Booher, Sec. and Treasurer. Our sponsors are: Mrs. Gabbert and Mr. Risley, who have proved to be very capable of the job. We then decided to sell ice-cream to help us out of our financial difficulties. The project, l might add, is doing very well. On the night of October 23rd. we had a skating party at the skating rink in Crawfordsville. Each member was allowed to take one guest. We had a hilarious time and were all reluctant to go home. Now a little about our athletic activities. We are proud to say we had the largest number on the baseball team and have eight boys from our class on the first ten of the basketball team. ln the class tourney we defeated the sophomores and then the seniors, claiming the championship of the high school. And, if I may say so, we considered defeating the seniors quite a feat, since lower classes seldom accomplish this. For the remainder of our year as 'gjolly juniors", we plan to give a play and, of course, the junior-Senior Reception, which we intend to be one that will be long remembered by the "Seniors of 19477 CLASS PLAY The junior Class, in February, began work on its class play which was presented in March. The play was directed by Mr. Risley who was assisted by the other class sponsor, Mrs. Gabbert. 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Hazel Harrison , , , David Rice , , ,Lois Kessler Alma Long , Katherine Keys , , Glenn Himes . .Thomas Webb Bill Whitecotton . . . Carol Henry Luetna McMahan , , john Etter Phyllis Jacks Marilyn Brattain Margaret Swank Louise Wininger 1 ., . 4 A 3- 11' ,Q-'W 'Q . X A W A W nb. .Y '25iff"1g 2 "+I, . ""' .H ' z -Q 5 2 n 4. 1 ' A- .' ff' iff" f 4. jg-, . F .fl my ,rl.Ah , , ,., -, ,hm -W LAM 5' T-jf .-44,4 ' 0 . f ff' , ' - X-N I I ,fgixrn . W..:gcL,, . I . Y , , . s Q 1- 1 A . 4.1 ,4.K..L Y Y 'vi' : r .Y ' , ' Y: 'W ff. ', ' -f if !i,,V ., ,i, :...i J. -.4 W: N , V .Q ww ' I . V 1 h , -. 1 1-3, Y. v v , , .W Q- N YV 'f' f, - :B , . . V--, .4 -- gh., , .V . Q. ,I - ,J 5 - .Qggun X4 - . Q- 1, ' ' 32.2, .U n. l ,gi 5 N , , ' 1':- - 9' It . T- , ,z W ,' 'L ' ' ' '. ' ' F 6- Y Y Q 5 - . Q . D 1 , . jgw L. 5 . . .f X .. V. 4, -.Q 9 ' K-Z: 411 I I , 4:4 . A Y W ' bb' 'S ' N r 1 ' '-65.3 , gf '-,. 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Our class party was held in Scott's woods on a September afternoon. A weiner roast, followed by a major league baseball game and a rousing, but bruising walnut fight, was enjoyed by all. ln the class tourney we were defeated by the seniors, but won a victory from the sophomores. Seven boys, namely, Jim Thomas, Malcolm Scott, Homer Stickler, Billy Hamm, Richard Rush, Wesley Maxwell, and Dean Wininger represented our class on the "B" basketball team. Royce Armstrong, Malcolm Scott, Richard Rush, Bernice Stewart, Reita Brattain, and Pat Baker are member of the band. We could rattle on all day about our class history, but for now we will say our aim is to change our title from "Green Freshiess' to "Silly Sophomoresw. SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY The so-called "Silly Sophomoresw started the school year of 1946 and 1947 still hoping to be '6Jolly Juniorsw and still wishing further to graduate as the 5'Class of '49.H ln the beginning we elected the following officers: John Olson, President, Laura Burnside, Vice-president, and Patty Smith, Secretary and Treasurer. Six of our high flying Sophies are in the band. They are: Laura Burnside, Jeanne Mullen, Rugh Webb, George Obenchain, Mary Frances Stewart, and John Olson. Also, there are seven boys on the basketball team, including our precious, one and only representative to the "AH team, John Sanders. While we are thinking of basketball, it reminds us of the Class Tourney. We drew the Juniors and lost to them. Then we played the "Green Freshiesv and also bowed to them in the best game of the tourney. This final score was 21 to 20. 6'Believe it or not" by Gbenchain, we may have two mathmeticians from our class. lsn'tthat right Mr. Cassidy? 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ATI-IL E "A" Basketball Team Baseball Team HI! him! I I . A . li xi Y' I . H dm " 1? 5? 'wx F .I YP ', 'I 5 1 ' 4 ,ay 14- .I KI' V IT .PM lv..- v . Cheer Leaders Sz "B" Team I5 , A 4 555,13 " I k . f f A P l S P O R T S BASEBALL The New Market baseball team boasted five victories for the The following were the games played: New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market Alamo Waveland Ladoga New Ross Alamo Darlington Waveland Kingman CLASS TOURNEY baseball The juniors upset the Class Tourney with a victory over the Senior Quintet However, the Seniors did score a victory over the Freshies in the first game. The consolation game was played by the Sophomores and Freshmen with the Sophomores as victors. Sophomores Seniors Sophomores Juniors 44 juniors - Freshmen Freshmen Seniors COUNTY TOURNEY At the time of the release of the annual for publication the Flyers boasted eleven victories with only three defeats including that of the County Tourney The games were as follows: New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market New Market 26 46 26 47 25 44 Ladoga Waveland Waynetown Alamo A Hope Linden Russellville New Ross Darlington Richland Twp. Waveland Alamo Ladoga ul -. fir" ' . fri P c 'Fw .fl i"Wa?fZ'3'9 'ffl ."1 HMif'1' A PZ 'J is-sniff B v!l"MI,1i.u ju .Huv YI! hgihiatgf -z " 1 V , an- K-'rf? -mi-mb! -A A , "WI 1 ' wjf. Jr 3-P, ZF I rp-Lg, ,tl 1 Q. . . 11' M fn-9' ,-1 " sf ' , 7' V - K v ww- n 'f,R'l 'BL 4 3 A! V ' 1-"I U- qi!" e 'qi' r , 7x r'L7 1'y"i" Z .'- ' ' "-1L1P- . '75 WF' . ' F 4 I , Y, - 1 ' 1, 7 ' in vim! , -s' ' :Q .V y.. X-v -.m:14F ,-ggfpi 5 V ., I ,. 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They are in competition with another doughnut company owned by Mr. Manners who tries various devices to hinder Dolly's business and forces her to sell out to him because he knows the land is valuable where the factory is located. jack Hanley is the young man who loves Dolly, but works for Manners. Martha Marlin and her brother Larry, are also young associates of Dollyys. A mysterious mild mannered comic calling himself Mr. Mayberry appears on the scene with his atomic energy Miracle Dough Machine that can produce one dozen giant doughnuts from one ounce of dough. With this he proceeds to scare Nina, the cook, out of her wits and also to wreck the kitchen of Dolly's Doughnuts lnc. Miss Beal, who is in the employ of Mr. Manners, visits Dolly's doughnut factory and plans to write a series of hostile articles about it. She becomes sympathetic because of the difficulties young people are facing in the doughnut business and turns on Mr. Manners accusing him of instigating accidents which killed brother and made her father an invalid. To complicate the situation even more, Mrs. Oliver bursts into the office looking for her husband, Henry, who at the end of the play turns out to be Mr. May- berry. Mr. Mayberry, in order to square himself for the rumpus he has caused, manages to expose Mr. Manners and his schemes, to patch up the romance between Iack Hanley and Dolly, and also to pull the doughnut factory and its young associates out of financial difficulty. It is Nina, however, who produces "one dozen giant doughnuts" after Mr. Mayberry has laid down the claim that the atomic energy Miracle Dough Machine was only a ruse and would "never work". All of the parts were handled superbly and the cast had an enjoyable time working together on the production. There is always an unseen force which helps to make a smooth performance. They were Bill Whitecotton, Gleen Himes, Barbara Wray, jerry Biggs, and Mr. DeBusk. Other members of the senior class made posters, sold tickets, served as ushers, and put up scenery. THE CAST OF CHARACTERS Dolly Ransom, who makes doughnuts Lois Kessler Martha Marlin, WhO helps Marilyn Brattain Jack Hanley, who advertises them David Rice Mr. Mayberry, who invents them Donald Re-ndjeld Nina, who bakes them Alma Long Ted Ransom, who delivers them john Etter Larry Ma lin, who eats them Thomas Webb Mrs. Oliver, who hates them Katherine Keys Miss Beal, who writes about them Carol Henry Mr. Manners, who sells them Chris Graham ff 4.: , 4 .xglg ' In X" w :G ,515 -.f -yr-if 1.5 ff- PR: -.JH in mquqgg ,. .4 , IU' , - - V 5ft'.2.t+,.-Q 'SM ,., -a-sjm-11399 1 , N-'fp x-.Jaffa - qv, I-O,-zvwigfigiql-Ir.,-,z VLH, -- JI v4 ' f1"..r:'-wi' wif Rlifjif . nr, 1, FI if' V' nr' '10, .ff ,q QR -1. rr nz md' . , f ,x"sx,'EL!m'3f .Q5!1Q:'fT'Q? ' v ' ' 1 'v , ' ,M f .lj , ju'-onli, , .1 1 ?"'if-'vngzgv' ,ilk -591i - ' 'L " ' ' fp-1 A ., If fn ",q5J'L,ea7 'nhl 'nji' 'V fp ' .' 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NEWS OF SUNSHINE SOCIETY The New Market Sunshine Society, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Hulbert, began their seventh year as members of the State Sunshine Society. The officers for this year were as follows: President, Marilyn Brattaing Vice-president, Margaret Booherg Secretary and Treasurer, Ruth Webb, Song Leader, Aline Sowersg and Pianist, Jeanne Mullen. ln September the first meeting was called and candidates for membership were registered. After the new candidates had registered it brought the total number of members up to 43. Cn October 17, the candlelight initiation service was held at the Christian Church. The church was decorated with yellow and white mums and other fall flowers. Special music was furnished by Ann Early, Phyllis jacks, and Jeanne Mullen. As Miss Mullen played the processional the candidates were led down the aisle by the officers. After the initiation a short talk was given by Mrs. Ruth Gabbert on Sunshine work and its meaning. On October 18th, the new members were put through the informal initiation. They were dressed in overalls, shirts, work- gloves, clod-hoppers, and were not permitted to wear make-up or have their hair curled. As in years before, they were subject to do the wills of all upper classmen. All the members of the society chose Ideal Ladies and also exchanged names for Sunshine Pals. On December 17, the annual Christmas Party was given at the school building. After a visit from Santa Claus, who distributed the gifts, refreshments were served. Cheer baskets were delivered to the shut-ins. The money-making activity this year was the selling of Christmas Cards. HISTCDRY OF HI-Y CLUB On November 14, 1946 a meeting was held to organize a Hi-Y Club in the New Market High School. There were eighteen members enrolled at this first meeting. The officers and one permanent committee were elected for the following year at this first meeting. They included Floyd "Doc" Surface, Presidentg Iim McCammack, Vice-president: Iason Keim, Secretary and Treasurer. The induction committee included Charles Sanders, james Lester, and Malcolm Scott. At the next meeting there were twenty-one new members enrolled, making a total of thirty-nine in the club. On December 23rd. the Hi-Y sponsored a Christmas Dance to which all of the l-ligh School were invited. Refreshments were served to everyone. On january 2nd, the Hi-Y sponsored a Donkey Basketball game which proved humorous to everyone who attended. These two entertainments made a very prosperous start for the newly organ- ized club. ' .nh K ,,. ,. , W ...F " , ' - X eqxl 'llfye Ji, eq-,f U , . af L I' 4 gf., nr. , .. . 1 1 -Q - x , , imp f. L-"twink ' .ea-Q' -' V, A., 'u ! 4 12 L gfd X F . N ... +I ,I '- . e ' , r 1 ' . 1 ' , 'x X 1 ' , O' 1. - uf . 1 'D s ' A lv l,. . ' I ' 1 1 P' 1.32,-4. 4 LVN. 31 l. '? '-Pg. .. it -' fu -. SPEECH CLUB Among the many new activities added to our school program was the Speech Club which contained thirty members and was sponsored by Mr. Risley. The purpose of the club was to acquaint speech students with the methods of parliamentary procedure and various phases of the speech field such as radio, dramatics, de- bate, oral reading, and oratory. Members obtained further ex- perience by appearances in assembly programs, plays, and before the speech club itself. The club adopted a constitution with by-laws, a slogan, Hspeak unto others as you would have them speak unto youn, and a symbol which is a large S within a larger C. The following officers were elected: president, Charles Smith, vice-pres., Carol Henryg secre- tary, Margaret Swank, treasurer, Ann Early. On December 7, 1946 members of the speech club attended the Drama Clinic held on the Indiana University campus in Bloomington. The program included demonstrations in the technical use of the theater and also a complimentary performance of the melodrama, "The Drunkardn. Those making the trip were Darrell Hockersmith Herbert Freund, Russell Baldwin, George Obenchain, and lim Mc - Cammack. Further events planned by the Speech Club were a trip to Indiana State Teachers College and the radio station WBOW in Terre Haute, a speech banquet to honor the basketball team, and a radio program to be given before the assembly. X w N . Y Lg gr- -. I 'HI J, 7' f , ' 1 "sV.,.,2 , - -- L- Q'-Q' A 1 W 0 4 ' 'f' wg: V391 a 1 " fr - .Q ij' X i we-ff ' ""' V' " 'VL' flfald -' ' ' 4 'HH YTPA-J'FU-sptkq ' 1+ yilfwgqjffc' I , . N , l HE. at I M. 2 'H V 'sees-gm I . ff! ffm' 51-all .afyr A r' I 9 .vi 'u I n - ' lm ' M l - -4. ,A -'ff may - - V- wav 1 +1 :--mu U ,, .' nf ' , 'J -4 -I .1"f"?"J-2-PQ' .2-wwf Ay-.fav , ' Q5 pf, Enix.-'T . . all v-,ell .I J'-w ., l 'W'-51.5 any 1 A! ' 179 I ' 'N 7 'iflfi ,. Ar 1 ,ABQ 5 . I A 'flat ' Q b X 1, Q,-J ,I . - ,A --sf 'e' QL 'S' K.,-f f o 4 f lg ' 1 , - 'x 4. , + Brass Quartet Sax Quartet The Annual Staff Brass Quartet Hungry Five 'fb 1 ',w, Q I 41 1 , .,-.. S 'v1, , v V , 1 , 4 . bf .EN lr 4. 1 s 1 x . ' 'S- -Q' 4 U H. vhs pl. .--, A ,, Y.,- X w. -. . -'TIL' 'L Band Chorus s K Q , . ,,. 'H BAND HISTORY Beginning last summer when Merle Bucklew began directing the school band, the calendar of activities for us has been comparatively full. After practicing during the summer vacation, we were ready for our first public Performance under the direction of Mr. Bucklew, which was the annual fish fry at New Market. We played on both Friday and Saturday nights. When school began the following officers were elected: President, Lois Kessler, Vice President, Don Yountg Sec. Treas., Margaret Booherg and Librarian, Royce Armstrong. During the summer and early fall we had our first experiences of march- ing. We first tried our luck on the gymnasium, then we graduated to the ball field, and, finally, one day we proceeded to go downtown. Since we knew the basic fUI1dHHlG1'1t2l1S of marching, we were eligible to participate in a band contest at Linden on September 21. This was our first time to march in public. Four bands were entered in the contest, we placed third. However, it was said that had we had uniforms we probably would have placed higher. Therefore, we immediately began discussing uniforms--where we might buy them, various patterns and colors of uniforms, etc, but our greatest problem was to find a way of obtaining sufficient funds for them. It was decided to canvass the come munity with the idea that we might receive enough for the down-payment. Three days later when the money was counted, we were amazed to find that the entire cost of the uniforms had been collected. As soon as possible the order for our long-desired uniforms was on its way. On September 27 the band was asked to go to Advance to play for a fall festival, After our performance that evening, they invited us to return on the following afternoon, when we gave our second concert for them. The Ladoga American Legion Organization invited us to play at their Barbecue on October 4 and 5. Since the Triple Trio is a subdivision of the band, it might be well to mention that they won first place in the amateur contest at this occasion. On October 9 we members received a vacation from school because Mr. Bucklew took us to Terre Haute to hear the United States Marine Band. We went ona school bus, and the good times we had that day will long be remembered. Another of our performances was on the evening of October 19, when we gave a concert in front of the courthouse in Crawfordsville for the Republican Cone vention. From then until October 29, we all helped prepare for the Halloweyen Car- nival that we sponsored in the gymnasium. Our hard work, arguments, and head- aches were soon forgotten when we were told the surprisingly high amount of money that we made. The band and high school girls? glee club presented a concert on December 13, and on Ianuary 18 the band played at the County Tourney. On February 1 the girls' glee club took part in a radio broadcast from station WIBC of Indianapolis. Many other dates of our calendar have been taken by ballgames. We have played and marched at all home games and have been invited to play at some games away from New Market. Lxthognphed 81 Bau d b WAISWORTH BROTHERS Marceline. Mo., U. S. A 'du 'WW uf wvvdwmv www s-er ff-'ffJia1Gb men' sue 1 fi M02 'QAQTW -4 Nfl!-:JE H+ M 7 41,4 Uv Q 'C -1. "A.x', .Us .1 '-.Ni 1 v 1" w vm -v 44. .Ml -wg, L11 an ?hFl!?kVin " 5251? twffigf 2 vw .Y . H -. A " .lkl -J-R: . ,A. 4 4 i Qlxfzflf 0 4 'n31"1i YH-f Q! I H . wt mu ',r'a z.mw' 1 ' .ga W . 1 I n' 1 N +L-is -innate ' or N 1- ?"ns 51 nw-QI?-Amar v ' wb ul-wil? 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P A J , -J -QV Goodman 5 Dept Store 9 SEE OUR COMPLETE APPLIANCE STGRE COURTESY The Cravvfordsville Trust C0 THE CLASS OF 1947 DEDICATES "THE FLYER" TO ThoseWhoSe'rved UncIeSam m Worl d War H The Citizens National Bank SAP ETY AND SERVICE Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon FEDERAL RESERVE BANK CRAWFORDSVILLE IND O 0 1 Y I T7 , . SEE Bob La ne FOR INSULATION - FURNACES OF ALL KIND-S - OIL BURNERS ROOFING - SIDING - ALL TYPES OF SHEET METAL WINKLER .STOKERS 209 -SOUTH WASHINGTON PHONE 7 37-W CRAWFORDSVILLE, IND. Ulestem Huto Hssociate Store DAVIS SAFETY GRIP TIRES - TRUETONE RADIOS WIZARD BAT FERIES - WESTERN FLYER BICYCLES PAINTS 174 NORTH WASI-II QGFON TELEPHONE 194 CRAWFORDSVILLE IND V 1 11 'W X '1 1 4 K., 5 T V FTW A-4 .L .L L , 0 TIRES BATTERIES B. F. Goodrich 122 N WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 213 CRAWFORDSVILLE IND FRED F LAMB MANAGER RADIOS BATTERIES FT . , . - a Compliments of SCHLOOT FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 178 Crawfordsville, Ind. Compliments of G. T. 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