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

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f J DEDICATION WE DEDICATE THE 1953-54 EDITION of the FLYER TO: YOU-our parents-because your devotion, in- terest, and guidance have inspired us to the higher ideals of lifeg and in order that we may obtain our education, you have provided us with all the neces- sities of life. YOU-our loved ones in service-because you are giving years of your youth in order that we may have an education in our country of freedom. YOU-our class sponsors-because of your endless hours of service and tireless efforts on be- half of the youth of our community. Words can not express our highest esteem and deepest appre- ciation for the unsurpassed examples of Cbrixtifzn Living you have ser before us. n Y.-.N .ff ,A- 1 K "". SMQWESS -.S .3 - ' v M is N -Q ,. i N I A K X ,. Q. ,f-vu.,-Q XL -tif. K vwqpnqx MQ A x , wg L, x Q- - hifivifxls f i ml! Q, K :QR ' 555 Yysgs Q 2 xv MMQQ 'MQJQ A X -,SQMQQAX X, Af KE St X 6 Ns! X X X we 'X Staff of the 1953-1954 Flyer litlitor-in-cliicf .... Assistant -- Salvs Xlanaqc-r --- . .Assistant --- Bnsinc-ss Nlanagcr --- Assistant .... Litvrary Eclitor -- Assistant -- Sports Editor - - - Assistant -- Art litlitor --- Assistant - -- Class Eclitor -- - Assistant ....... .lnnior llt'pr't'st-rrtatix't- - - - Trcasnrcr ....... Arlic Thompson -- --Nlona Bakvr -- - -Holm XVilkinson - - - Dalc Norman -- - -Nlarilyn Ilvclricli - -Lcota Norman - - - -jc-an Zac-liary -- -Suv Svr'vit-s --- --Tom Ross - - - -Dick Hlioacls -'lc-wvl Xlvaclows - - -Nlaclonna Dm-ck - - - - -Sllirlvy Hay - - -Virginia Patton - - - - Larry Zacliary Carolyn Lvonarcl Faculty Sponsors --- ---Mr. Bncklcwg Nlrs. Qnigg Connsclor ----- -- --- ---- .lag-lg Dt-Bugk Ijllgl' Fr New Market High School Faculty E. P. CASSIDY MRS. BESSIE HALL PAUL A. WILSON Principal. Connncrciul English, LilJl'11l'lllll, Nlor- Sociul Stuclics. Connstl Law. PSY'-'ll0l0gy'. lncliunn glllltUVVll, Ky., XVcstcrn ing. Ncw Nlurkct II. S N U., Nl.S.li., Nlnrion Norm- Statc Tcuchcrs Collcgc, lVa1liusliB.A.,lnclimm Um all. ll.S., hhlilllllfill. B..-X.. Lal- KV., B.A. lmliuim Univcr- vcrsitv NIA. Sullc lixtcnsion Unixcrsitv sitv. KLA. l i..L.1a. ' ' iv X A 5 jon YOUNG MERI.IE O. BUc:KLEw Mus. ETHEI. QUIGG Nlutlwnmtics. Conch. Nlusic, Band, Coal City Conimvrcc. Nvw Nlurkct Bloomington lligh School. High School, -Iortlnn Col- lligh School, Ccntml Noi llntlci' Unix'crsity, li.S. I4-gp of fylugic-Q 13.31. Imli llllll. l3.S.C.. :X.l3. anal Staltc Tcuclicrs Collcgc. CHARLES DEBUSK Eighth Gruclc Sponsor. Ilopc lligh School, Ccntrul Norniul lilcin.. lnclinnu Static 'l'cz1clu-rs Collm-gc. ll.S. MRS. NELLIE HULIZIZRT llomc Economics. Physi- cal Training. Cruwtorcls- xillc lligh School, Pnrclnc Unixcrsity. BA. DONALD D. DOUC9I.AS :xQ'l'lClllflll'L', B i O l o ff V Ncxi' h'2lI'lil'f lligh School Purclnc Unix'ci'sity, l5.A. Univcrsity ol' lllinois, NIA Mus. Viom FORTNIEY ELTON MlLI.1csAN MRS. MARY MciCAiz'rm' Sm-ini Studia-S, Slwvcii. SmwvlitliCl'z1civSpuiisoi'. liiigiisli, Latin. limitin- Cl'aiwi'm'cisx'iil4' il. S.. ln- XVUYUIRIIKI High School. claim' iligii Sciioui. Buiivi ImamU11ix'4-rsity.li..-X..NVis- Purcluc- Uiiix'ci'sity, illliizlllil UlIiYi'l'Siff', BA. lSi'UIlSilllilliYl'l'Sity'. Stzlli- Tl'2lCill'liS Colivgv. BS. New Market Gracie School eaciiers Xins, Xlc1XIlinm' Xlns. IDINNVIDDIIC Xllss ,Xxnlcizsox Xliis. li'i"l'i'in ifiixi Clrxuii- Svvuiici flrauis' Sm-mini Clrauim- 'Viuircl Clraulm- Xlns. Coovicii Xlns. I,Us'l'lcn Nlns. Di-:BUSH Xliss G,-umxi-in iflillliiil Clnuiv ifii-til Cralcii' Sixtii Klrauii' Ximia- Vugr' Six , i JACK DEBUSK Basketball, 4 years, Baseball. 4 years, Track, 4 years, Band, 6 years, 4-H, Club Work, 9 years, 4-II, Junior Leader, 4 years, Jun- ior Play, Student Council, 11th be 12th years, Class President. 12th year, Band President, 12th Year, Senior Play,Annual Staff. Nlath Contest. DALE NORMAN Basketball, 1 year, Basketball. Student manager 1 year, Chorus, 2 years, 4-H, 5 years, junior Play, Vice-president 12th year, Senior Play, Annual Staff. CAROLYN LEONARD Band, 5 years, Chorus, 2 years, Class yell-leader, 3 years, Class President, 9th year, Junior Play, Senior Play, Secretary 12th year, Annual Staff, 4-II, 1 year. MONA BAKER Band, -1 years, Chorus, 3 years, Sunshine Society, 4 years, S.S.S. Secretary. 9th year, Class Viee- president, 9th year, Class Treas- urer, 12th year, Junior Play, Sen- ior Play, D.A,B. Citizen, 12th year, School Beporter, 12th year, Annual Stall, Volley-ball team, 1 year, -I-H, 2 years. BOB W11.K1NsON Band, 6 years, Chorus, 4 years, Traek, 3 years, Baseball. 1 year, Basketball, 3 years, 4-Il, 9 years, -l-ll, President, 1953, Class Vice- president, 11th year, Junior Play, Student Council, 12 vear, Band Viee-president, 12th 'yearz An- nual Staff, Senior Play. ARLIE THOMPSON Basketball, 4 years, Baseball, 2 years, Track. 4 years, 4-II, 3 years, 4-II, Secretary, 1953, Jun- ior Play, Student Couneil, 2 years, Class president, 11th year, Senior Play, Editor in ehief. An- nual. X CIIIOYIIS, 2 yvursg .'xSSiSt1lllt Li- IBl'kll'iillI, lltll yvurg USIIUIQ junior Pluyg Uslwr. Svnior Plalyg Art, 12th yvur. lNlaz HICQCQINS -W' ! SHIRLEY RAY A Slwvclu Club. l f'K'ill'1 Sunsllim' at 5 Soc-ivty. 4 ycarsg 4-II. 1 ya-arg X Spf-coll Contvst. 10th yvm'g jun' 'I im' Plzlyg Svnim' Pluv: .Mmllzll 'NT Stuff I ' :-'. xqxf . lhllucl,-131.115, c1ll0lll5....fl.ll5 Art, 2 vvursg unim' Pluvg Stage- ILARI. bl1,l.ANn 11'l'Sc'1iV la ' ,di 5 Almxflal- MEADOWS ,K . I . K K C,r1-xv .llllliOI' Plilyl Svnim' Plan'- a -5, N, D! fxnnuul Stuff. V1Rc,lNlA PAI ION .nc, ., , ., Chorus. 2 vcursg Sunslum- So- wllinc ' civtv Yi'ill'S' Yol- 1 . ,X mal MAIDONNA Duck 5, lc., .. I vc-arg .'xSSiStilllt Liln'au'izu1, 9th , -K J 'g ' "tics amcl Stags, Alun- lm' Pluvg Uslwr and ma1k'- . Sm lim' Plalvg .-Xnnuul .' Q . if 7 1 TOM Ross Basketball, 2 years, Track, 3 years, Baseball, 2 years, Class Secretary, 11th year, Junior Play, Stage Crew, Junior Play, Stage Crew, Senior Play, Annual Staff. JEAN ZACHARY Chorus, 4 years, Sunshine So- ciety, 4 years, 4-H, 1 year, Vol- ley-hall team, 1 year, Class Vice- President, 10th year, Student Di- rector, Junior Play, Student Council, 12th year, Senior Play, Annual Staff. MARILYN HEDRxcK Speech Cluh, 1 year, Band, 4 years, Chorus, 4 years, Volley- ball team, 1 year, Student Coun- cil, 1 year, Business Manager Junior Play, Band Librarian. 12th year, Senior Play, Annual Stail. HEIRMAN KLQLLER Stage Manager, Junior Play, Stage Manager, Senior Play. BILL CALDER Basketball, 1 year, Track, 1 year, Stage Crew and Usher, Junior and Senior Play. ELIZABETH Hoc:KERsM1T1-1 Chorus, 2 years, Speech Cluh, 1 year, Librarian, 1 year, Senior Play, Speech Contest. SUE SERVIES Band, 4 ycarsg Chorus, 4 ycarsg Sunshine Soc-ic-tv, 4 vcarsg Vol- lvy-ball tcam, 1 yvarg Lilmrarian. l vcarg Class Svcwtarv, llltll yc-arg Class vcll-lcaclcr,'10tl1 is lltll yvarg Sunshine' Socivty Vicv-prvsiclvxlt, lltll ycarg jun- ior llc'pl'vsv11tz1tix'c Annual Stalfg Stuclvnt Council. l2tl1 yvarg Prvsiclcnt. 12 yvarg Hand Si'Cl'l'till'V, 12th vcarg Svnior Plavg Junior Playg A-x.'.mm1 Staff. I MERL12 Rmivxss 4-H. 3 ya-arsg Stagv Crcw and Uslwr, Junior and Sc-nior Playg junior Class play, 1952. DICK RHOAns liaskc-tlmall, l yn-arg Track. 1 yn-arg 4-Il. 2 yvarsg Stage' crvw 6: llSlll'l', Junior Playg Stagv crcw CQ Uslwr. Scnim' Playg Annual Stall. LHOTA JONES NORMAN Chorus, 2 yvarsg Sunslnnc SO- cicty. 4 yvarsg 4-H. 2 ya-arsg VOI- lcy-lmall tvaln. 1 ya-arg junior Playg Stuclvnt Director Svnior Playg 'l'l'vas1m'1', 12th yn-arg :Xnnual Staff. DIOAN EDWARDS .-Xt CZLIVKIQLI-'cl..'x.A.. 2 vvarsg Chorus. yvarsg Baskvtlnall. 2 ycarsg Track, 2 yn-arsg Basvlmall. l yvarg Vicc-pw-siflf-nt 9tl1 :X l0tl1 vc-ars. DONALD DYE hl-ll. l vvarg Stain' crvw, lun- im' Plavg Svnior Play. JEANNE WILLS ciety. 311g yeursg Volley-ball twun, 1 ycurg 4-H, 2 ycursg Stu- dent Council, 10th ZS: 11th years. SENIORS 12 YEARS AGO 1'ugvl'IIv r'1' n Chorus, 3 yeursg Sunshine So- CLASS HISTORY 1953-54 In September 1942, a very intelligent looking group of boys and girls entered their first day of school. Of the original class there are nine who are still with us. They are. jack DeBusk, Madonna Deck, Donald Dye, Leota jones Norman, Herman Keller, Dick Rhoads, Sue Servies, Arlie Thompson, and Bob Wilkinson. Bill Calder joined us at the end of the first semester while Carolyn Leonard and jean Zachary left us. Does anyone know what soap tastes like? If not, ask any senior who was one of Mrs. Widener's victims during our second year of school. ln the third grade Mrs. De-Busk tried to teach us to tell time. It seems as though she wasn't too successful from the hours that some of us now keep. The new members of our class that year were Mona Bake1', Inez Higgins, and Shirley Ray. Since many of us didn't have our lessons during the fourth grade, Mrs. Cosby supervised our recesses. fWe all stayed inside.l Earl Cilland and Virginia Patton joined us during the fourth year of school. We began to settle down to business in the fifth grade. Why? Ask Mrs. Haines or anyone she has ever taught. Carolyn Leonard came back with us after leaving in the second grade. You have heard that old saying, "There are seldom any gains without pains." It happened true to form six years ago when Mrs. DeBusk had the contaminated class. This was a bad time for Marilyn Hedrick and Dale Norman to join us. When we reached the seventh grade, we began to feel important. Mr. Mil- ligan, our home room teache1', had to have a lot of patience with a group of adventurers who kept their teacher in suspense. EIGHTH GRADE I can see the Seniors of 1954 as they entered the eighth grade-thirty-one in number. After the Hrst few days, I opened my eyes to the pairing off among them and they have stuck to it all through their high school days. Of course, the pairing then, for the most part was with the same sex, but a few years have changed all of that. At Hrst I thought this might be temporary, but it has become perma- nent for some. The boys of the class were sports-minded and they made a good showing with their basketball team. Arlie, Tom, Marvin Servies, Charles Servies, Dick, Dale, Bob, and jack played on the team that won the County junior High Tourney. Page Twelve Everyone expects a boy to play cowboy sometime in his life, but one of these eighth grade girls showed a liking for the same, so, where do you think she landed-why "Deep in the Heart of Texas." Yes, there she could be the Lone Star Ranger. That was "Little" Adia Cuire. I made it a point to see that Mona did not forget Ora Lee Lyons. Inez was named the "Belle of Parkersburg" and meek little Shirley-the "Brier Hopper of Balhinclf' danced to the tunes of our fiddler, Herman, of course. Then Merle and I had our daily farm conversation. Leota had that eighth-grade giggle, and Sue,s face was always red, she blushed so much. Dale was such a quiet and shy lad that I could hardly imagine him asking for Leota's hand. Marilyn went by "Redv as she still does. A part of the class was tooting his or her horn in the high school band. Oc- casionally there was an outburst of sour notes. Who could have made them? Carolyn? Bob? jack? Earl? Mona? But through it all Mr. Bucklew survived and even found space for them on the Band Bus to Washington D.C. I have often wondered what Cecil Rhoads and Lloyd Thompson fed Dick and Arlie to make "menu out of those eighth grade mites. The whole class was a most enjoyable group-fair minded, well-behaved, and respectful. By CHARLES DEBUSK. We became a group of very green freshies who felt very important because we helped to occupy the assembly. We enjoyed ourselves at the fishfry that fall because we looked and acted like Indians on the warpath. jean Zachary came back with us after leaving us in the second grade. In our Sophomore year we made the school shine with our green and gold sweaters. Some of the sweaters have been misplaced by now. How about that, jack? Jewel Meadows entered our class this year. Our junior year was the most exciting year because of our play, "Stranger In The Nightv and the Junior and Senior Reception at the Masonic Temple, dec- orated as a Hawaiian scene. Also, during this year we received our class rings. Joann Edwards and Merle Reeves entered our class this year. At last we made it! Now we are Seniors, one of the happiest groups of seniors ever to graduate from New Market. The Senior Year has been very exciting. The first of the year we conducted a magazine campaign and started practicing for our Senior Play on October 16. We also held a chicken supper on December 10. Our Senior Trip will include New York, Toronto, Niagara Falls and Detroit, Page Tliirleen Senior Class Will A grand parade of seniors is about to begin We're stepping through the same wide door Many have seen us all from beginning to end We're the seniors of It may seem weire each a lost chord But we have each been looked upon by the Lord. Our road may be rough but until our stop We'll all fight to stay on top. Here we begin the beginning of end And to the juniors we're going to lend, The things we surely think they'll need And hope they'll appreciate just what we leave. Bill Calder has the ability for going steady. Which he is leaving to Bill Sanders, who is always ready To jane Oney, in the Iunior class, From Marilyn Hedrick, Olll' red-headed lass, Goes solo chair in the clarinet section Now, Jane, add That to your valued collection. Shirley Ray is in the market to give away Her dancing ability, to Martha Soliday. Now, jack has the ability for spying, But he doesn't want anyone crying. But, Larry, did you catch a coon, While parked under that big yellow moon? Katie Leonard's ability to get a diamond Coos to Betty Servies, whois really climbin', In Wilfred's date book. We know you rate, So why donit you two set the date? Arlie has fallen for algebra hook, line, and sinker. So he's leaving his book to Sam, the junior class stinker. Shirley Miles is the one to receive What Sue Servies wants to leave. Itis the ability to get a red face with ease, When embarrassing situations she sees. Page Fourteen To Harold Reeves, whose mind is a fog Dick would like to leave a seeing eye dog. Jean's ability to spell, she leaves to Mary Ann Kochert, So Mary Ann can give Mr. Wilson a lot of comfort. From Tom Ross, who quit going steady, To someone whom we think is ready. The ability to get married goes to Leslie Dove, So he can settle down with his favorite love. To Martha Crimes, to add to her wiggle, We wish to leave Mona Baker's giggle. Bob Wilkinson has a box of speed tickets collected. For Bob Young! C This ability has been specially selected.l Our girl, Jewel, is romantic, But it's a trait she has just recently tried. She thought she would leave it to Nancy But Nancy is already a bride. Madonna Deck wills, without cost, Her hips to adorable Mary Ann Hoss. To johnny Stull, the chorus bass Earl leaves to him a great, big case. So that johnny can "carry,' a tune And maybe rate higher in chorus soon. From joan, to whom graduation canit be too soon, To Carolyn Hampton, joan leaves her place in the senior room Merle Reeves is giving away To Jerry McCarty, for the future day, His ear, a big, black limousine. VVe hope jerry can afford the gasoline. For Jean Wiatt, because in a height contest VVe know she would lose, Virginia is leaving a pair of her high-heeled shoes. Hermanis ability to use a wrench, He'd like to leave to Beverly French. Page Fifteen Cood grades which are in great demand Are being left to one whose I.Q. will expand. This ability is given away by Lizzie To Don Maxwell to keep him busy. Dale's ability for getting married Goes to Freddy Fruits, who can,t be hurried. Leota doesn't want to be extravagant, But there is something she'd like to lose. What she is going to leave behind Is a few pounds for Norma Axsom to use. Don Dye's love for electric trains He'd like to leave to Cordon Rains. Inez leaves a bottle of Hadicol To john Wilson, who has had a fall. We hope this gives John enough cheer That he'll be back again next year. To Richard Douglas, everyone's pal, Norma would like to leave a jersey cow. A little advice to Joann Frame just make your favorite guy think it's a game It won't be long until it is spring And he'll be buying you an engagement ring. We will to Mr. Wilson, whose hair line is declining A bright red cap with a sheep wool lining. Now to Mrs. McCarthy, a great long pole To use on the kids while she takes the roll. To Mr. Cassidy, who has done his best, From all of us, a nice, long rest. We will to Mrs. F ortney, a bright red sedan So she can go to Florida to get a sun tan. To Mr. Milligan, and he'll like it, we bet, We will him a frog to keep as a pet. Page Sixteen To Xlrs. l'lnllwrt uncl wc know slic'll nvccl itg XVLX lcuvc gi Hoinv EQ. lxook and liopc sl1c'll rc-sul it. NVL- lvuvv to Nlr. Young, il vvry loncl elim-r ln liopcs lu-'ll lianv an bt-ttcr tcznn next ycur. To Nlrs. llull, wliosc lists nrt- in clc-inuncl. A boxing glow- to wean' on vucli liuncl. To aulcl to tliait: for cucli slioc u stool plate-. So tliv kids can livin' lim' coming lmolorv it's too lutv. XXI' will Nlr. Douglas. il Class in which Tlivrc is iicvci' livin-d Froin any of tlio lmoys, just onc naughty worcl. To Xlr. Dvllnsk, so lw can write it clown. A note book to lic fillc-cl with tlu- gossip of tlit- town. Oni' sponsors, Qnigg uncl lincklcw, XVlio liuvc frcttccl OYCI' our trip, 'Wcll likv to lcaiw ll big bowl Of Lipton tm for tlivm to sip. XVitncsscs: Attorncvs: NHS. Qlligg Lcotu Nornuin Nlr. Bnclilvw Virginia Patton Tllli SENIOR CL.-XSS Pugr' st'tTl'Ilfl'l'Il THE SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY ln the year 1964, we the juniors of '55 decided to take a sight-seeing tour through the fabulous inland city of Crawfordsville. As we board our chartered bus, we find the driver is none other than Thrill-a-Minute Wilkinson. Our brilliant guides are Lightning Dye and Gabby Ray. Entering the suburbs, we see a flock of Doves making their way to DeBusk's Dove Farm. As we pass the TV studio, we see Curvaceous Deck and her Chauffeur, Frenchie Thompson, pulling away from the curb in Deck's solid-gold Crosley. Sailing down six-lane Cassidy Boulevard, our eyes rest upon mademoiselle Sue Serviesis Lonely Hearts Club. We see Casanova Gilland and Don juan Norman entering the elaborate club-house. Speeding toward us come two rival taxies driven by Hot Rod Rhoads and Speedy Calder t1'ying to see who can get to a customer first, the customer being the oil tycoon, Herman Keller, who struck oil in Bal Hinch. As we breeze past the beautiful Wabash College Campus, our guides point out the president's mansion. The president is an old class mate, now Prof. Reeves, who got his start teaching history. We see it is time to have lunch and the guides recommend Sourdough Pat- ton's Hash House. The menu is day-old squab dipped in Yogurt. Our program for the afternoon is a VVater Show at Mudhole Lake east of Crawfordsville. We arrive in time to see the contestants of the bathing beauty contest narrowed down to Gag Mar Higgins and Roxanne Meadows. The judges are Curly Mills and Smiley Patton. In the lake, we see Merle Bucklew swimming after the shellacked toupee borrowed from Paul Wilson. The handsome life guard is Cuddles Ross and sitting beneath his chair swooning their heads off is Dazzling Zachary, Lucious Hockersmith and Wild- Athenian Wills. The music for the occasion is furnished by the all-girl Vagabonds led by Maestra Leonard. The theme song is the "Bucklew Bluesf, For our evening entertainment, we have tickets to see the All-County Tag Match featuring the Grapplers, Two-Ton Baker and Five-by-five Hedrick, versus Muscles Jones and Gorgeous Georgiana Edwards. Presiding as ring referee is Ethel "The Babei' Quigg. The day in Crawfordsville has been thoroughly enjoyed bv the class of i55. Page Eighteen Name Mona Baker Earl Gilland joan Edwards Madonna Deck Jewel Meadows jack DeBusk Bill Calder Marilyn Hedrick Elizabeth Hockersmith 11102 Higgens Leota Norman Herman Keller Donald Dye Dale Norman Merle Reeves Norma Wills Carolyn Leonard Virginia Patton Dick Hhoads Shirley Ray Tom Ross Sue Servies Arlie Thompson Bob Wilkinson jean Zachary Know Your Seniors Nickname Porky Dorsey Ionnie Hips julle I- l- NVilcl Bill Duroc Lizzy Inna Oda Mechanic Herm D. D. Daley Lightning XVillsy Katie Ginny junior Reb T-Boy Susie Governor Senator Jeanie Favorite Saying That just slays me. NVl1atis it to you. I donit know. Oh Corn! Heaven F orbid. For Corn Sake. Unprintable. Big Deal. Heaven Forbid. Oh Boy! lim Married. I havenyt got that problem. Let me see. I do. COIIIQ' Oll yOU gllyS. Sacre Non! For Pete Sake! Oh For Goodness Sake. lill Fight Him. Censored. Oh my achini ? Mercy Me. Cheese and Rice. Oh My! Oh No! Page Nineteen Can You Imagine Smoking cigars. Getting married. Flying low. Dressed up. With short fingernails. Finding him at home. As a preacher. Tall and Skinny. Dumb. As a model. Without her husband. Without a wrench. Talking fast. Without Leota. WVith a girl. ln a roller derby. NVithout Norman. As a Hula Dancer. Going steady with ln Alcatraz. Single. Without a friend. less than 4 girls Getting home in time for breakfast Driving slow. NVith0ut her Old Golds. NORMA AXSON ii . Tp' FRED FRUITS CLASS 0F '55 GORDON RAINS MARY ANN KOCKERT LARRY A. ZACHARY NORMA WIATT President Vice-President I Secretary Treasurer RICHARD DOUGLAS MARTHA GRIMES DON MAXWELL SHIRLEY MILES SAM R. SWANK BETTY SERVIES LESLIE DOVE CAROLYN HAMPTON JANE ONEY 1 :lj 31. JOHN STU LL JOAN FRAME MARY ANN HOSS 1 E, L... l Q1 ,, A , HAROLD RAVES JOHN WILSON up : D -.-.4 3 Q, f I BEVERLY FRENCH 1 OU! .1 Q JERRY McCARTY N I if A ..,. P . mar' BILL SANDERS E 'CT E BOB YOUNG CLASS JERRY STEVENSON FR ED BARTH DAVID BAKER PHYLLIS DYER MARILEE JOHNSON SHARON MAY RONNIE SEAMAN President DELORES BALDWIN LARRY GENTRY QC!! IUNE KELLER E f R Y W S E ...E 1 w. V "I "" .. Q I Q 5 Q TOMMY MILLER JOHN SWEARINGEN Vice-President BILL CHAMNESS CHERYL HAMPTON KENNY KINCAID SHERMAN MORRIS CF '56 SHIRLEY POWERS KEITH BRITTON Secretary Treasurer x qgt f X 5 BOB DECK GLENDA DOVE DICK HARGIS DON HULTZ , ,- .: .I,, I ..,., .im .w Q. X -:,:g...:-I-Q. - 1: .+ . .5 .N Q!! X i I 57" Q .E ANTHONY Kocxsnr same ANN uvesn SANDY POWERS 5:2 -31:5 G. mwm sruu. Lvu: QUIGG I DORIS DYER BUTCH JARVIS BYRON LEWELLEN ALICE SADLER ELEANOR WIATT RACHEL YOUNG H ' J IM KELLER President HERSHEL BEECHER Sq,-f 'WA HAROLD KELLER BYRON MCCARTY CLASS OF '57 ANNA FRUITS PATSY WILHITE CLIFTON CARR Vice-President Secretary Treasurer TOMMY DE BUSK EDNA KOCKERT NANCY LAWLER MARION MAXWELL FREDDIE MILES "'I "Q' - A . ,A"' 1 W ,, , M., eww , 'wif Q "-: I"2 Z mmm, K 1335 DAVID SOUTH DEAN WILLIAMS DALE HESTER A CLYDE JONES nw' 'D--.Ar R EX LAR EW ELAINE RAINS N fliiiiilii uri HGHTH GRADE l"ir.xI HOU'-AIUIIII Kilwalicl, -Iulm Siilvs, Stun! Young, CHUIIII ldxvsalj, .IUIIII Lytlv, -lulm Suylvr, Bob Swank lcl Sll'lll1'll5. Dauial llunl. Dzllv Bulclwin, Dcum- B'nkcr, l Swmul RUILA-'lliilllllil Nlcilnrly, Ruth Dyc. Marilyn Bain, lmnlmn Klan' Axsmn. Putty l"n-lncll, Samclm lislm-Ill' liulmru Simlvr, EZLIIAUIYII lJUllQIIl'l'tX', Bull XVill1itc'. lDill'Yl Frxx 'I'l1irfl Iinu' f-'- Cfalrulll Nlurglun, SYIISIIYIIIL' ZllClllll'y. Nmuncy Stiuklwg 'Indy liny, liilu XVillmr, Hulplu Vlurvis, .luyu Ilullx, Kllllifyll Xippvr, Cmmic lh-laum, EIIIEIYIUS D1-Bllsk. l"uurIl1 linux-Kcilll 1,1-Wm-llvn, Carolyn Swamkv, NI2llgill'l'l lhwltnm, llvmnin xvfily, lfclcliv Krug. l'1l'4'tlllil' Dm-lx 11 fc-1' Dm-k, .-Xlicv S1llllIl'l'S. Null: Nlvnduws. w.i SEVENTH GRADE l"ir.xl Hun' Ilaunivl listullc, 'llrmmx l'!I'llilS, Inc-kim' Ilalrwmwcl, 'If SliL'kIl'l', XillIl'Y Svlwiws. Ivan: lillkcr. lmlx NN llllilv, l.1ll'l'y l'mx'v1's, xvllllgllll PHYIIE-i'l', clI't'g1lI'X' Kilxcnid, Smwunl linu' In-nm-ltv Ruins, Blll'I3ill'il Bouts, Pulsx' XX'illia11m, lumix l"rmm', nlllll lillvn Ilvstvr Kan' Znclmrx K lun: Onvx. lamlmlu- lllgqcm. vIv,lil'1l.HlVl4' IUIlllAKk'll1'l'. Nliq-Inu-l Ilm-kmwsnlillm, Iluxicl Anglin, lh-rrill Xippvr, Ivmuunullu Ium-s, Palttx Ilurlwl xml M13 Milligan., h 1 IJUIVIN' l,l'XYl'H1'lI..PIIYIHS llallllplull, Nallluj' X'1lllgIlll,jlll.llIil1l KHi'lAlL'l'l: lilllll Ann Slll'f.klL'l', Dmnwwllly lilltl'IIillSUIl: SXTH GRADE I',il'.N1 HIIIIA-Hill? -lm' NYiuilugc'r, llwscllcll -Iauwis, Nauru' Szlcllcr, Slurlvl PUFIltK'l'. Suv l,iu'sa1y. .Mm Dougla- 1-rly, AIK'1lIl lim-1-L-llm'1', Ilwaun Nlll'lllLlll. ' Sfwlrzrl lfrlu'--Iulln Byrd, lillssvll Kvllvr, cli'llI'Illilli Krlulwrl, llallv IIUL'li4'l'5lllitlI, Curl lixxvy, Daniel xvilkill' vm, Hull Young, .-Xrlmlcl Ilnlmsml, limba-rl llwry. 'l'llil1l lilvrl'-Nallwy llvrr. I,illl'ii'i1l 'I1IIllIlIilS, Imuim Hamm, -lllllllll Hullm-k, Nlllff' Hmm- llaunptmm, Xlaxry :Kun Axwxn. llv1'sL-lu-I Hzunplun. F!'l'Ll 'fum-s, Frm-cl Nippcr. l"uul'!fl Rml'-Szllnlll Curr, l':lllliCK' I'n'uw11, Nlrs. IDUBIISIQ, Larry ll:1HLm'1', SU'P1lL'llStillllpbll HFTH GRADE l'11PllI'llI HHH'-xlilfikl c:1lXiUl1l. Hum- clllflilllll. jaw lyfllllill, 'lvrry Bfllfklll, l'z1triuia1 Smith. Sllilflbll Young, U4-ily Xlnxwvll. 'l'l1ir1l HUII'---I1lL'l'i llvvk, Ril'llAll'Kl llzlrwuucl, IJi'lllliN l5'mnxx'vH, Illlllkllil Ilunl, mlm- Fruits, 'Iimmiu livml, Sh-xl l'mx'v1's. Xlrs. Nlalrin- StHXl'l'. SVVUIIII Iimr-'I'muy Iliglmiv, lls'1'scl1r'H SllilUl'S, Dmmlcl Fl'1'Ili'll, lim-tty listvlh-, livnialnlin llunim-ls, Billy lim-ll Clurclmn llmlglaxw, liussvll IIIIHIISUII, Alimmic' Sic-vc-vvwlu. lfiltsl l1HH"lJlllllly VIQIIUIIIPSUII, Kam! Sinlpsml, ,Iulm llulmscm. Bmmim llnlwxuml, -In-am Bain, -Ium' l3'alkm'l' Y l7Lltl'i1'ill Suutlu, Franklin Imw-l'n. 'I ww sum... FOURTH GRADE l"il'.vt Hmm'-l,iml11 Bill'k1'l', Ulu-ryl Olmvllcllalilx, Cay Fraum-. iltilllllii' Smilll, lin-tty l,UXYl'l'N. .I2llN't liillcllm' Ilmmlcl Kim-alicl. ljilll' Nlillvr. S4'r'mul limi'-Nlux Gentry, Nlyrllc Livvsuy, NIill'glll'l'ili' Nippcr, Vanity Swank, Lillllil Yllllgllll. Cllau'l1's Km'llm'l'l limmim' Swunkv. Alucly llvck. Tflirll lfvllv' Hrs. CUOPl'l', c:l'lll'gfil Szlcllvly Fully Lum-. Lilmlwiv xvl'ilYL'I', Hulk-rt Awmn, lhmuic I,a1n'w, lillllllX lhwls, Slumm f:t'l'lllilll, Num-x' Cord. I"uurll1 Rflllxglpllllllll Huy, Clmalrlvs Davis, All'l'l'f'. Krug Kvnnctlu Angliu, Nlilfillll Curr, f1llll'l'llL'l' llaunplun. Lu1'1'ySnylv1'. I wi THIRD GRADE l"ir.xI lima' -lhumiv Nlilw. l.au'ry 'l'lum1psu11, Nl7l'lllilIl Chxxviuln, Crum- Kullvr. SlI.ll'Ull Bllkl'l', litlu-I Dy-. Cmn- niv NVriglll. lircmlal lim-ml. SUVIIIIKI RUll"vlUllllllf' NVQ-any-1', IJOIIIISI Brown, Aluclillu llxmiclm, Iuclx Riu-, llalrlxun XHUIQIII, lulll1Switlm', lim:- ulml Cupolaunl, -lzum-s KlK'lli'l't, Tummy BL-rrx'. Archie- iXll'XllllCli'l'i - 1 'l'l1ircl Hou' f-liutlx Km-lnurt, Clwryl Young, 4l'z1l1'ic-in Sn-ull, Durullay Svrxivs, blimmy liuulmm, Iimmx' Stvwmt liivllxlnl llzunplmx. 'Im-fry Xwilllgllll, Hrs. lfttcr. l"1PlH'fll HHH'-DIUIIII Cf. S2lyll'I', Putty Morris, QZKITUIYII lhlllrmln, l5:u'lx11'a1 Fry, Philip Curr, Cmnuic- Html, -lllllll Damim-ls. ::. 3-- l fl!!-'S s-.tl-"I 'IBB ll' 2-If SECOND GRADE 1 Ifilxsl liurlvlik-tty Um Xlnrrin, Sh-xcn 'l'lmlnpmn. Cary Nlillvr, 'IR-cl Px'ivln', lilsiv Smilln, Sully B. I. 5ilIlKlllSkY, balllx' laum- lulmsun. Sl'l'lHlfi Rfllfgltllillf' Swvllkv, Putty Coral, Sully Mih-N, Sllilfllll Salcllw, Dizllmal Hum'cly'. Kay' VIQIIUIIIPSUI l,1u'mu, 'I'l1irrlIinrr-l3nImlmy Nhmxwvll,Cnnlcx'Slan11pn'l', Miss uXl1cla'1'xu1n, -ll'Alll .Mm Slll'filL'l', VIRIIIIUN xvllflll Kvllvr. H. SECOND GRADE 5 llvrr. lm Jaxx in l"i:.sI Hflll'-l,illI'iCi1l lJm1glnn'l'lx'. Kamm D1-lzum, lhlthuxnlnu Bmlwm-ll, Bmw:-rlx Cnwnw. Num-x llurris, Bvltx ilrinu-s. Sta-xiv lJl'lIlUI'l'l, Lalrrv Uraitc-1'. I Szwmlrllimit--AHQII Ilnrwmul,lik-1'1mu'clID1-utun,I,4-wis Bnkvr, liulmlmy lla-clrick, Hmwll Hrmvn. .-Xllvu Dm-ck 1,4-luml .-Xxsmn, linlcliv lluvis, Kvilll l3luycl4-s. 'I'l:i1rl Ram' Nlrs. Dillwiclcliv, llurlwalrzl Cialklxwll, Nillllv' lfruils. Slwrry cll'iIlIl'S. .Indy Ilinm- Claunpitt, Sllilfllll lla-ck. Lush, C.1l1'nl C.v1'lnaun 1. llwllclal FIRST GRADE Filzst liow-Tn-rry XVright, jerry VVright, Kirby Fry, Dzlvicl Kinunicl, Dir-kic llnnt. Tony Hoc, Nathan Hcstcr john Fostvr, Stnnlvy Clampilt. SL'f'0lIll Hou:-Paurlan Smith, juditlr Myers, Ralph Fry, juni-t LL-wa-llcn, Ruth Sanulusky, Linda M. llobson Morris 1'a1w.-y, Niurciu Wlngm-r, Donald Koclrert. Third Row-Riclrarrcl Frcnch, Bobby Stull, Madonna Bark:-r, He-rnicc Guriolu, Philip Boots, Randy Blvv lin-mlir Czlviolal, johnny jacks, Betty Barker, Ann Bell. I Fourth Row--Inrly Ann Noland, Linda Lurow, joyuc Dvck, Eu-lyn Zachary, Carolv Watson, Debbie Stevens Linclu Bruton, Mary A. Vuuglnr, Rusty Stewart. PUNK' Tiuvntz -scum: 5 . BASEBALL After winning three out of four conference baseball games, New Market, Ladoga, and New Ross had to play-oft the Southern Conference since each team had three victories in four starts. New Market defeated New Ross in the Hrst game of the play-off six to two, but was later eliminated by Ladoga sixteen to one. Also New Market won an exhibition from Linden seven to one. First Rau--Kit-tli Britton, jerry Stevenson, Tom DeB'usk, Sam Swank, Leslie Dux e. Seeoull Hou:-Bob XVilkinson, Ai-lie 'l'hompson, David Stull, Tammy Miller. Fred Fruits. Tllirll Hour-Larry Zachary, Fred Barth, Coach Young, jack Dm-Busk, john Stull. john Swearingen, jolm Wilson not in picture. af , -'f 4--fx N ew Nl arket 7 .... .... L inden l New Market 6- - - - - -Alamo 1 New Market 4--- - --Ladoga 5 New Market 6--- ---New Ross 2 New Nlarket 9- - - ---- New Ross 2 New N1 arket 1- - - - - -Ladoga 16 New Market l ---- ---- W aveland 0 Page Twenty-eight BASKETBALL Nm Nm Nm Nm Nm Dee Dee Dee Dee. Dee. if 7, Q 0 1 J N2 ll I 3-24- SCH EDU LE 1953-54 Us Them Klondike 41 62 Alamo 42 46 Linden 37 45 Coal Creek 59 48 Luclogu 35 -18 Zionsville 35 51 Four Team Houelrdule Tournament Richland Twp. 47 51 XV1n'eland 39 46 Page jun. jun. jun. jun. .lan 1. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Twenty-nim' Schulte New Ross Bowers 21, 22, 23. County Tourney VVaynetown Covington Thorntown Brownsburq 1 Darlington Them 37 60 52 45 66 53 55 65 New Market had a "hard luck" season winning only four games while drop- ping seventeen. Although the records clon't show it, the Flyers have one of the roughest schedules of County teams. With our new coach, Joe Young, the eluss of '54 leaves much experience behind for a coming team in 54-55. Fira! l'low-David Stull, Arlie Tlioinpson, -Iaek Dc-Busk, Keith Britton, Tannny Miller. Sceonrf Hou'-Sam Swank, Holm Young, Don Maxwell, Coaeh Young, Leslie Dove, Fred Barth, john Stull. Page Thiriy B TEAM l"il'4NI RUll'f.IilIl Koller, 'DOH llulll, .l4'l'l'f' Stl'Yl'HS4lll. llczul Xvilliilllw. Tmn Dvliuwk amd llllllly Miller. S1'1'm11l Hflll'--Nlilllllg ll li llllil' Sczllmwm, liutclu Iznxis. Slll'l'lll.lll Nlurris, Bula Young, Conq- Im- YUllIlg. Fu-cl Fruiis, Nlklfillll Nlalxwm-ll, :mtl Duvicvl Stull FRESHMAN TEAM l"ir.xl Ruff'-lla-un NYilliau11a, lfrvrl Milvs, Tum Dm-Busk, Rvx L111'uxx'. Sl'l'Ulll1Iiflll'-AIDRIIK' llvsic-1' XI'll'llHl 'Xlwxwvll Vliftm n K 1 . ,.. ... Pugc' Thirllf-nm, , , 1 Till", llox'sL-llvl Bl't'L'llL'l', llim Kcllcr. JU N IOR A-TEAM lfifxsl llull'-liclmliv Stn-plu-ns, Ralph -Iurvis, and -Iulm Lytlv, SITYJIIII RUIL'-StCY1' Young, .lnlm Salylcr, Rugvr Dc-ck. xIiL'Il1li'l Ilm-kwslnitll, mul lwlm Swalllk. llzirrl Rnuv-Dc-nnxis NV1'aly, Cfuuvln llvlillsk, mul Frvdclim' lim-k. Fil JUNIOR B-TEAM tsl limL'-Ulm' l,iu-saw. Lurrx' Pmvvrs, and Cla-n Om-xx Srwmzzl linu:-Al. T. Stii-klvr, -lulm Suylvr. Alulm K1-llvrl Xliclmvl IIUL'kl'l'Slllitll. and 'Ibm I' l'lIllS, llliul Hou' -Slmv Ymmg, Cum-In lJl'BllSk amcl -Iulm Slilmw. Pugc' Tlrirly-tum TRACK l'ir.sI RUlL'flAlI'l'y Zum-lmry, .luck Dvllusk, Arliv 'l'llUlIlPSUll, Dux-ill Stull, Frm-cl lialrth. 961111111 Rau'-Bob xVilkill5Ull, Bula Young, john Stull, Frm-cl Fruits, Sum Swank, L4-s Uuxv. CLASS CHAMPS lfiml 1iUll."'l4lll'l'y Zan-llz11'y, F11-cl Fruits, tlolm Slull, Svvrulrl HHH'-Sillll Swank, Dun NIRIXXVUH, Ln-sliu Dm v, Iiulm Young. Pngz' 'l'l1il'ty-lllrm' YELL LEADERS A TEAM B TEAM rlm-5' Nlilm-s, l,nrry Zuclmry. lima-lu-l Young lilalim' Rains, Snmlrn Powcls FRESHMEN JUNIOR HIGH l xtsx XYill1itm'. Nancy Lzm'lcr, ixllllil -lcun Fruits Xlurilyu Bain illlll Patsy YVillin l'u,gr' 'l'l1irly-fmn' XI urilec bil DD A - 61 o .-.. P. ,-I 5. r: ll? 11 y ,J C: 'ff P. .-1 .-. -,-4 fn --1 F' V .H 4.1 ,- dl ,-1 .4 I 'JL I-1 :- f P . L f- fx Nl 521 ,- . 121 H l ei .: ,.. .., Cb I , .- ... -1 7 .. c I -A.. 54 A --. V P-L A .- .- JI E t" 5 5 3 24 32 :E 1 If . 'it Q5 ,ig -,f .-If 3- 'DE 2-'N-4 :tri 3, +5 -9-1 I-'S ., LEA 3 -'E -DS - 5325 v-J ,c QQ '2- 'fc 3721 W-E 2.3 595 Sid .-dv: U2 3,-. -5 0: 71 ALI-I :-S St' Cai CCI -.g :Q cr QQ xi E E+ '5,E' PTQ-1 -'JI fn Q: 9 4:-, US: gg.--1 n-,CDS -519.5 .2215 2-4.7" Eiga 2123.3 Exim F.: f 54:3 Avia ..-. m--U 53.2 gunz org' I3-4':-'ff F-EE ilifis 119. E1-fr? 05253 .-i4"" 5,25 15 :NTB " fx 42m gms, :Z15 ra ,: ' CDDB Ace, :'gQ sw ,U c: -gig 9.1 mid 5551'E .25-E av vf E65 gag 3.1 Nga .Nvw E'4 ii? or HAD 5.2 7,-. SUNSHINE SOCIETY Ifiltxl Hun?-Billim' fxllll I,iXl'S1ly, Halclwl Young, S110 S1'rx'i1'a, NlPl'lllAlll XVialtt. Clvmlal Umm-. l'1tw XViIl1it1-, Sl1i1'l1'x' Niilvs, Iauw c,lll'Y, Elililll' Haxins, Sa111d1'11 Powcrs. D AS1'1'f111rl li111L'-Vi'1'gi11i11 Izfttun, IXIIIIIAI Fruits, SI11111111 May, -llllll' Kc-llvr, Lvutax Nlbflllllll. Aliu' lHt'lx, N111411111 1-Xxs11111, xlilftllil cll'i!lll'S. NI111111 Bzlkvr. f:lN'I'yl ll11111pt1111. Bcity Sc-Mics. Iidllll 11-l11'1'l. 'l'l1i1'rl R11114--Sl1i1'l1-y l111wvrs, Mary fxllll K11cl11'1't, 4l1'illl ZklL'lllll'f'. Shirlm-y Ray. Nl11cl11111111 llvck. alrilrm- II11l111so11, Doris lJyL-r, Mrs. ll11lI1c1't, Mary A1111 lluss, Phyllis Dycr. -lllllllll FI'Rll'l1l', c:ill'Ul?'ll ll 111111t1111. I':ll'ilIiUl4 NVi11tt, Nancy Lawler, Dclows Baldwin. STUDENT COUNCIL Film! Ii111L"li11c-111-I Ytlllllg, P11111 xVill'iiIl5UlI, Hrs. F011111-y, Sl1i1'lL-5 Nlilw. liiclmrcl IDUIIQLIRI5. It .lll La11'l1a11'x'. S1'r'n11lf.limi'-fI1'1'1'x' Slum-11s1111, Sllk' S4'1'Xi1's, luck D1'l3l1sk, llu1111i1' S1-a1111z111, XLIIILW La1wl1-13 I1 ITF' Xyilliillllh. 1 ' h I Page Thirtly-.1-ix HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS l"ir.xl lIUIl"fx'Il'gIIlIll Putluu, Marry Arun Iluss, Nlmm Baku-1', Itllll Zau'Iuu'x'. Num-x III-mIrinIx Rlurilyu Ilcclrick. Iivtty Sc-nies, Suv Svrvius, Annu Fruits, .ruw Urn-r, Nurmu XViz1tI.- I SVVIIIIII Iirul'-Slurlvy Puwa-rs, IXI1Il'lIL'l' -lulursuu, Palsy XViIIrilv, Billir- Auu I,ix'e-sur, 1,4-utr Nurxuaur, hllllll' Kvllvr, Szuulru I'mrc1's Clvuclu Dmv, l'IrvIIis Du-r, Nlalrv :Kun Kur'Iu'rI, Iuzunu I'1I'1IIlll', RIAIYIIILI Crirucs, Ca11'uIx'u Ilzuuptuu, SI1irIvx' NIIII-sf ' ' h Tflirrl linrr--I.yIv Quigg.'Dz1xc Stull, l,111'ry flcutry, l,urx'y Zau'Irury, Hia-Iuml Duuglux I'I.uI Clillruul. Slurrumu Morris, Bula Young., vlulur Stull, Dah- Nurruuu, Sauu Swank, David Baku Iiulm NYiIkiusuu, Dirvctur Mr. Iiircklcw. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS l"ir.xt Ruff- Phyllis Ilauupluu, GIcu Oucy, -Indy I'1I'LlIIIl', Sims- Yuuug. Num-y Svrwivs. Dux Iluut, Larry' I'uxx'm'rs. IIIIII1 Iillvu IIOsIv1'. Dah' lIuIcIwiu, liulm' I3alIwr. Sl'l'UIIll HUII'-IIIIIY Iluv. Cau'uIx'u IJUIILZIICYIY, PAIN' l3urIu'l', BiIl'IIlll'il Hunts, Iiilal XViIIn1 Alivr- SRIIIKIUIB, Lvrum Xlau' JRXSUIII, N'IAu'iIx'u I5'a1ir1.'IIlltIl Ilvv, Dalrxl Ifrx. Tllirrl Iiuu'-,lmum-c IIuIIf. Iiullr NILRQIKIIIXYS. KuIIu1'y11'Xippvr. Dulximl .-Xugliu. Iiugr-r D1-Lk Iidrlir- Krug, I"rvcI Us-n-Ii, Mrs. CurrIm'r, Nlin-Inu-I IIm'kvr's1'.ritIl, 'I'mu Ifruils. Iulnu KVIII-r. lulur Slicklm-r, I ' I'f1,ggz' T,IIl'fIf-Nt'lCl'lI LIBRARIANS lfiml Run' -fSlli1'ln-y Huy, Virginia Palllml, Sun' Sm-lwivs. Hrs. Hull. Frm-cl lfruilx. mul Alum- Km'Hc'l'. Sr'r'm1-rl liuu'-Kiln-ryl llaunptmu, .Immun Fl'AlllIl', Kvnm-ilu Kilnruid, Slnmm Nlaxy. and Larry ilc'nlI'x'. CLASS OFFICERS BAND OFFICERS num, Nlmm l5'.lLm', ,lurk Dvlfluk :mil fzllflllyll Alum- Ong, Bula XVilkinscm. -lun-ls IM-liuxk. Sm- Svrxin l.m-mm1'rl. auucl xlllfllfll llvclrlvk, PIIPQI' 'l'l1irty-vigil! N -N-A Q in :J I N a 'l x ful J. M. DOUGHERTY NEW MARKET DRUG SUNDRIES Luncheonette 8. Fountain New Market, Indiana v4 vNAwlNlNl'vkAXkl'viiAvAwlNl'vk4vAv4-Av'Nl'vAvA viAvA1lSlNl'vNAvlNl'NlNl24vAvAvA-lNlNlNlNlziAvA fo 5, VX -CX! X v X . X. .X, NX X, X,X.X,X,vX .X,-X,X,X,v'X,X,X,XAfVN,XfX,XfX,X,fX,X,XfX,X,X fX,1,X,XfX,X ,X,X,.X,X,XfXfXfXfX,XfXfX,Xf-X,X, LAYNE 8z THOMPSON Grains and Feeds New Market, Indiana v vv vvvvv .Azvvv-vvvvvv I XQQQIXQ MK ,,x,,f, ,M X. ,, ,,5 X - X X X X X X,X X X f .X X,X X.X,X X.XfX,.X,X,X DONALD K. MARTIN Groceries - Meats Miscellaneous Merchandise and Key Work Clothes Wolverine Shoes Ball Band Rubber Foot Wear PHONE 29 New Market, Indiana Compliments of DR. P. F. SCOTT DR. D. L. HUGHES NOBLE REEVES Noble Reeves - Pauline Reeves Funeral Directors New Market, Indiana , X , X .wi-'fvfvfffvTvfvf-4S'5'5'Tvfvfv'"'5'5'54Tvf"'f'Zii"'5'?'f'T'f'f'ff55 L. G. ETTER 8: SONS Authorized Dealers Sales - Service Ford Cars - Trucks - Tractors New Market, Indiana .. ck. , ,. . ., ., 4 . . 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S X - ewx X X e X X- N X,- fx,-X,E.,x,xf-,fe fxf e,,x,efe ,-,x --Xxx . fee- -'w,X.-x,- -,- are Mt-efxxfx, S 3 2 5 Compliments of X WEIR SHOE STORE NEW M ARKET A Home of Fine Shoes LUMBER CO- N Crawfordsville, Indiana Lumber and Millwork tg Phone 12 New Market, Indiana 1 Q12 fri iy Compliments of 15- F ood-Locker Grocer 'I fp , I , by 55 THOMAS' :Ek K1Illng-Curmg-Processnng 5:3 MARATHON STATION 1, Phone 136 . il Waveland, Indiana waveland' Indiana 2'vf"'f'f'T-'TvAv?vffYT'T'fJN4'7'ff?f'f?Y5Q'f 'Ya fYT e N-eXee x A, N , X Compliments of S Compliments of S H E L L X WILHITE SERVICE 'x 2 SERVICE STATION Garage az Grocery XX Brownsvalley, Indiana i , I - Parkersburg, Indiana Z e-e- ----X X - OBENCHAIN BROS. X A I Qume SHOP Gmcerles and Meats The Store For Young Men X Parkersburg, Indiana Clothes for Young Men R Phone New Market 13-R-1 l 2101 E' Main SL. 5 Q Crawfordsvllle, lndlana N X Xfsfef,-.A-fvvxfxfxf-' ' :Ag-.w ' P C-Q-gf-Q-Q-.rv-P ' Q-Qxw ' E :S p ' P P X V ' ' ' P E' fly-llurz V44 A.4x,Qfef Jef 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 ,J 5 5 5 5 I 7 Q 2 E 5 1 7 2 XX, 55 5 5 5 5 X1 AFI 4 if X I F P 55 52 54, sa 5 5 1 1 1 ,1 P, i ,1 li r, 1,1 1 1 1 1 I 1 Iv 1 fi 1 1 111, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Xi, 'n 1 7 1 fp 'r .1 1 11 1+ 31231125if-2'1vT'Rv'57v?v?t?f?1i7?27 v!fucxvevj-Rte -we-Yf-7:-Yf'A,' -x,f4 x ev X-2-texte,-www 1- f-,x,x,-I A ,X .R - N ,- Aw 4'1' ,,,. i.. 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I U vm , AA, AMW, , Xl, 1'. '1 ,PY 1, 1, 1' '11 11 1: In 11 . ,L ,I Compliments of E S K E W HI: 'rf' 1" '1' 11, wb 1:1 : FURNITURE STORE 11 ,1 B O R D E N 1, I . 'IS If . . i Ig ICE CREAM CO. II? Electrrc Applrances -if 1:2 135 31 '15 1', 1 PIIODC Phgne 5 11 11, .1 '11 'E 1 1 . . , 1 Crawfordsvxlle, Indiana New Market, Indlgna 1:1 :UE FZ 1,1 ,iq ,Q 1,1 ,iq qi '19 11 11' ikrxl-IX' 'ICACA!-J-Z-if-5-l3l4L"s1xl-X'x'XJAl3x 'IJV "'!4i4:33-?53f5QA7-145-i -Y-341-2-Ylxi' "IJ-9314!-3141-24:31-Lxkxl-Q- 7, Page Forty-four vf,,N,.-.,---,.,V.------- .v.'.v.vN,,,.-.v.L1n.v.v.,,,V,,Lk.v.v.v.,,,.v.v.v. .,.v.,,,,. - - ., - .... - - - - - - A - - - - - - tgg,cts,.,t.. --ca,,-xx-xxcgx,a,,X,xx:,t RUSSELLVILLE BANK Checking Accounts: No Service Charge Advantageous Loans to Suit Your Needs Travelers Checks- Insurance Service Sixty-One Years of Conservative Banking Service Russellville, lndiana 4:3 gv N l X 4:' Q iQ 4:4 X vv-, ff 1 X, X , X. xx' AY - ,- -1-Y -Y V-YT' Xi -'-SEQ? X' wx' vvfblfwwfv-wavcfbf Tv? -- of ' Z'--" ' ivv""' ,, tw' ,qffgrx f K g NEW MARKET COAL YARD E. R. UACKJ SANDERS Phone 26-W New Market, Indiana S .- .1 - .v v v, v v - y y V Y v-.-.+AAnv-.fvvvy--ve.-.-Jsfyav-v-ve., RUSSELLVILLE ELEVATOR Phone 43 Grain Feeds Seeds Cool Fertilizer Custom Grinding and Mixing Russellville, lndiana ,V lb, I v-vaexr xAAfxfemfxAfvvvv Nz- - -vvvvxr - -fvxfvxf A +.zxA,-v-v-- RUSSELLVILLE STONE CO. INC. Agricultural Limestone 8. Road Stone Russellville, lndiana Page' ,C X X,,t,x t X 5 -.xxx-.-v-v-.Av-gf. THE SPORTSMAN'S SHOP Featuring the Finest Names Luggage Sportswear Photography Hobby Supplies Hunting 8: Fishing Athletic Equipment Crawfordsville, lndiana GOODMAN'S Department Store CRAWFORDSVILLE 8: ROCKVILLE ,.,.,. . l"4u'ty-fin' fi' 1 P 58 X7 4 4 4 T X in 4 Q 4 l 5 X ,JJ-Q 4 P Kip 41, .11 P lil, Sly P 'r A P i rib N4, 'r 94 41: 4 1 C+, ,Z 4 P fi uh P 'r l in lx 4 W P Sly y lr 4.4 li P 4 r 'r 4 fi 44 fr at 4 3 in 4 tr tv r lr In r 'i In nr 1 r 'r 4 tr v lr 4 1+ tr tr 1+ n in l tr r lr 2 '4 li P r 4 42 3 - - .fi gg K 4 1- --g- .V4 1 bAfgQx Aux Q- 4- x4gQNQ .-g-41 QU4-Q-4x4.xQ-2 :MAMA-Qxgvglfg-2-gvgvg-Q gv.v4-Avg g-gIg- xv- --,Yi .- I . 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Av Ii 4:4 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4 SCHULTZ 8z SCHULT-Z 4,4 EE I "The Book Store" 4:4 1 Phone 1400 :I 105 North Washington Street I1 1 ,I 1:2 4'I Crawfordsville, Indiana 'I 'I 'I :I ,I R. M. HORNER INC. BUICK PDNTIAC Crawfordsville, Indiana PII I,I II 4, 1 I I I 4, Page Forty-six Ig XII 'I,I I,I 44 x'I III I" I S'I 44 I Ig, 'I I I'I 27' II 4 II ,FI 41, III 'I 4 I I I I:I H, N I 4 2gI S,I ,I WI 1 ,I ., , x1, .,1, I I 1 I I E1I I:I I I I I QI II - 44444414 'I Ig. HI I I 'I I ,, 'I I1I I1I 4 ,I I 1 'II 1 x,I 'I 4 TI I1I FI I1 4 ' I 4 ,I ,I ,I I,I 'I RQ' 4 ,I X X ,X , Y, C fX,x,X,X,x, xfX, X,x,XfX,X,X,fX,,X f X A X,X,fX,X.fXfxfVX,x,-XfX,X 5 I MQ "The Store for Men" Crawfordsville, Indiana I wfxfsfsfxzxzvxfx,-Xfxfx, , . X X X X X X . . X X,X, X X X X, f ,fX,X,x,XfxfX,x.xfX,X, I RALPH ROSS as SONS I Cities Service Products GENERAL REPAIRING Parkersburg, Indiana X ,xffcf-XX, ff .,, 5 XA,A, I K , ,cf fX,X,,X ,X,- AA,-C frfcgeffs , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Irie x,X,X,X, Compliments of S C H L O O T FURNITURE CO. Crawfordsville, Indiana Compliments of SHAVER'S HATCHERY Crawfordsville, Indiana Compliments of I THE RUSSELLVILLE STATE BANK Member of F.D.I.C. Russellville, Indiana , , L .. XXC ,X.,nX .X-XXX,-.XXXXXXA fXX-,X,XfxfX,-X I R. 8: M. BOOK STORE Gifts - Stationery I School 81 Office Supplies Crawfordsville, Indiana 1 I ft 1 G A fl '4 I i4 4 Q 1 4 it f 114 f 4 5. Z4 C1 K1 5 r G S4 4 5. 31 9 ----------- -AJ ' ' ' ' 5 517-'f-x'9xYfXfX fXfx1wf?fx7.f :I I it Ei x -- --- .... ---- -- -- -Az-v-.-va-Y-v-f .-.- v-.-v- v-v-vA.A.-ff -v-v-v-v - VA, --- XXX--X,.X,X, :CX fx. Q X A .f X,fX, X, X fX,X,Xv,X, X,X,xfX,-A Raise Sheep For Profit MR. 8: MRS. PAUL LEONARD 8: FAMILY Registered Columbia 8z Montadale Sheep Also Commercial Ewes 8: Rams HARVEY B. SAYLER Licensed real estate broker Office in home Phone 135-W New Market, Indiana K C - -Jv- Compliments of HOCKERSMlTH'S ELECTRIC SERVICE , ..se.e ,X I' P FARM BUREAU f INSURANCE 5 MAX w. JOHNSON, General Agent 3 Q K I Phone 272 Crawfordsville, Indiana I E 2 I I Page l"r1l'ly-.scwrz fvvsw XVXY xfQf5!Tt x 3 UVJCZFIQKE vfsxt X", XY bak 5 - - - - A - axe -:vszx4zA.-ve: n-frffrfffffrrff.-.ann-r:f.n-v A -ff.-.n-rf.-:f , -,., Q gg gX,t,X - A,-,V-, - A ,X A - A,-., A,-XA -xfxfxfx, LAAAA. X A-A Af f- ,-X A A A,Kfx,1 ,Af-.fxfxf-' A 1 .AJ ,x fxfvxfxfxfxfxf-.fxfxfxw .fx,xf1.1xfxfxf , SAM FAIRFIELD Your Friendly ' 22 :E P2 4:4 1,2 I 'r HAROLD MILES GENERAL TRUCKING Moorman's Dealer Phone 90-W xfitiviiiiifvfifvffvb?1? '7?2 Y27fYiU?fx'f?Rv77T i?5i f?f?Rvfvf'?'iff ED SWEARINGEN :E Compliment, of HBEARH AXLE 8' 7 THE DONUT DUNK WHEEL ALIGNING SERVICE Phone New Market 121 A B I? IQ P 'E :Is 4,4 Crawfordsville, Indiana Compliments of CRAWFORDSVILLE Ei Paint 8: Wallpaper Co. 221 E. Main Phone ss tvfx 2 -Yfxtf-via:-X we cow H66 cxvvfc vcxtwvxt QNA BALLARD ANTIQUES Buy and Sell Antiques Shop address Parkersburg, indiana State Road 43 or US 231 Ref Y It-'A'-x'xK-QV fbifv5-YA'n'f-'f5f3v-vxifv-'5553t-'ft-vxv-'AWAY o?iiiQ2fiv?'f??:52iv?v5,?kz -we wavxtfvfv- ' ' PAUL TIPPETT, INC. CHEVROLET CADILLAC CRAWFORDSVILLE I7 1 :IS 45' 4? I 4,4 p 1,4, 4,4 fx K , ',,,f"' ,ff I EWS., Compliments of ' PAUL V. HESTER INTERNATIONAL A HARVESTER A DEALER I 46? .XX 4 4 4:4 :I ,Q SR 4,4 if 1,5 if as - 24 4,4 4,4 Ii 1:4 1? P In 1, 4 International Trucks IE 81 Refrigerators 51 if, Russellville, Indiana 'r '6 4 N. .,.M...,-,..,, M 'QPEN 1 i ' E 4 0 , to 19, 9. G HOUR , STI S 'Q ' Wi ToTl1e G .,.... Kuff ee uf ff I iNSrifrIrs:n.e.,.SmiT1FL . 'Er' 5 . 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