New Palestine High School - Avalon Yearbook (New Palestine, IN)
- Class of 1950
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CLASS OFFICERS: Harold Van Ree, President,
Peggy Werner, Secretary, Joyce Miller,
Treasurer, Joe Siefert, Vice President.
FIRST ROW: Betty Bertram, Joan Catermyer, Beverly Werner,
Mary Hoover, Dean Armstrong, Betty Mae Rode, Belva Lee Dorrel .
SECOND ROW: Peggy Werner, Jo Ann Smith, Charles Means, Joyce
Miller, Janet Smith, Margaret Mardla, Jackie Matlock.
THIRD ROW: Erwin Laufer, Harold Van Ree, Sam Woodworth,
Ronald Moore, Donald Short.
FOURTH ROW: Paul Curry, Mr. Mc Namara, Richard Arthur, Gene
W1lk1na,Joe Siefert, Mike Larrabee, John Lease, Ernie Bertram .
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On September 2, 1949, twenty-six new seniors entered the NPHS halls
of learning to have many happy times and also to learn a little as we
spent our last year of high school together.
In looking back over.the records, we discover that many things have
happened since 1938, when thirty youngsters started the long journey
through school. Of the thirty who started together there are nine who
have continued together. They are: Richard Arthur, raul Curry, Mike
Larrabee, Charles leans, Joan ustermyer, Donald Short, Janet Smith,
Beverly Werner, and Gene Wilkins.
JoAnn Smith says she started off with a bang by being slapped the
first day by our first grade teacher, Mies Helen Unger.
In our second grade thirty-one mean little boys and girls entered
school. Our teacher was lisa Ethel Jordon, who I guess, either must
have liked us very much or just couldn't get rid of us because she was
also our third grade teacher. The girls liked to play with the boys
and were practically as rough as any of them.
Twenty-seven children entered the third grade. It seemed we just
couldn't keep all, as our class continued dwindling. However, we were
also adding a few new ones as we went along.
Finally lisa Jordon got rid of us, and lies rauline Raper had to
take us for a year. le were very much pleased with her because she
read to us almost every morning.
In the fifth grade we thought we were really big because we were
upstairs, but the thrill of our life was yet to come when we should be
in the seventh grade and be with the high school. Our teacher was
Miss Lucinda Scotton. Whenever she left the room, we acted like cats
and dogs. When she returned and asked who was responsible, of course
the other person was always the one who had made all the noise.
Our sixth grade was a very interesting one with Irs. F. A. Wheeler.
That year we gave a negro minstrel, which was well received by every-
le shall never forget the long, loud-colored socks which Dean Arm-
strong wore in the sixth grade. Mary Hoover had a difficult time
staying in school that year.
Now to the nervous group of boys and girls came the thrilling ex-
perience we had anticipated since we first entered school. There were
twenty-seven little students to be run over and kicked around by those
stuck-up seniors! We had so many different teachers we could hardly
remember who was to come next.
It seemed as though like harrabee and Janet Smith were always throw-
ing, rather spitting, paper wade, trying to see which one could hit
the light, above their heads in the study hall.
The main event in the eighth grade was winning the junior high
county tournament. Betty Bertram and Joyce Miller were our yell lead-
ers that year.
The next year was our 'green-year' when we were considered the mean-
est, green freshmen who ever hit NPHS. uf course John Lease was one
someone to tease. In our
of the biggest ones, who could always find
freshman year we were glad to recelve Erwin Laufer and Betty las Rode
from the Z1on's Lutheran School, and we also gained our one and only
red-head, Ronald Moore.
We had many grand times, one of which was our class party at Joe
Se1fert's home, known as 'Wind Top.' It was at this party we started
to pair off. It was here that Joyce Miller and Harold Van Rae, a bash-
ful little boy from Indianapolis, seemed to discover that they had
something in common, and it seems that they have been hitting it off
pretty well since then. Our class sponsor was lr. Charles Everson.
The class officers were Betty Bertram, president, Marvin Mclllllan,
vice-presldentg and Alex Peynolds, secretary-treasurer.
In our sophomore year our class sponsor was Mr. James loore, and we
had our first class party at Bill Penly's. In case you d1dn't know we
were naughty that night, here are the facts. We B11 left, leaving lr.
Moore thinking that we had gone home, but instead we had just driven
around the block to wait until Mr. loore had gone home. Then we went
back to B1ll's to have a 'high-o t1me.' Our class officers were Char-
les Means, presldentg Ernle Bertram, v1ce-president, Harold Van Hee
treasurer, and Joe Seifert, secretary. The boys tried to run things.
our junior year was filled with many dudlllng events. our class
sponsor was Mr. Carl Wilson, better known as 'Doo.' We had the great
candy store, and sold candy, ice cream, and cold pop-not mom- at the
ballgames. We all enjoyed this. Ha! Hal
Another highlight was the junior-senior reception, which was held
in the high school gym. We gave as our class play, 'The Blg Help,"
and had much fun both at rehearsals and the two nights of the play.
Now we have come all the way to the finish, and most of us are very
gladg however there are a few who intend to continue their educatlonty
going to college.
This year has been a very eventful one and also a very busy one.
We've seen Erwin Laufer showing quite an interest in largaret lardls
and have observed Jackie lBtlOCk escorting Belva Dorrel to typing
class. We were glad to have Sam Woodworth join our class for the last
B8m6St9l" of school.
It seems our
class had the monopoly on yell leaders as Joyce Hiller,
Betty Bertram, and Janet Smith werecheer leaders during our junior
year, and this
We are now
have learned a
lates and also
And now we
year Peggy Werner and Joyce Miller were.
at the end of our high school career and can say thstse
little and had a wonderful time with our fellow stall-
our teachers, even though they had many a headache over
kiss New Palestine High School and all the happy times
TWELVE YEAR STUDENTS
Seated: Donald Short, Beverly Werner, Joan Ostermyer, Janet
Smith, Richard Arthur.
Charles Means, Gene Wilkins, Mike Larrabee, Paul
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W It was a beautiful day,ln May,l96O, when I happened to pass through
dear old New Palestine where I had graduated from in 1950. My how
everything had changed!
I wanted to see just what all had happened, so I decided to stop
first at the 'Corny Cafeu, and who should I see as the head-chief cook
and bottle washer, but our old pal, Erwin Laufer and his little helper
Betty Rhode. My Betty had surely changed I hardly recognized her, she
said she guessed resturant work and Erwin really had agreed with her.
When I had finished talking to Betty and Erwin whom should I no-
tice sifting in the corner booth, but Joyce and Harold Van Ree, whose
hair had turned gray with the years. From under the table,what should
I see bobbing in and out, but the six little Van Ree's. I had re-
membered Joyce having said in the old days that she would never get
married, but I guess we chance our minds.
Outside the 'Gorny Cafeu, I saw a bright red taxi, driven by Jack-
all hope of ever being a race
driver, because he could talk
to take me to the best Music
Gene Wilkins was playing his
ie Matlock, who told me he had given up
driver, and was quite happy being a taxi
to all the pretty women! I told Jackie
Hall in town, and he asked me if I knew
one hundred and fifty seventh consecutive night at The Dragonette ,
and that his star singer was Beverly Werner who was singing 'The Love
When I met Beverly, she told me she had received a telegram from
Peggy Werner telling her that she was now modeling in the'Prench Sa l-
on', in New York City, her designer being Charlie Means, who after
spending five years in Paris, was now one of New York's slezy-satin
gown designers. I suppose you have already guessed that Charlie mar-
ried a cute little French girl, Nanett La Roue.
As I was walking toward the door of the Music Hall, someone hall-
ed me from across the room. Looking up, I saw Joe Seifert, who is now
a professional ball player, with his coach Paul Curry. They had stop-
ped in while waiting for their plane to take off. They told me that
Donald Short, also of the class of '50 had piloted the big Trans.
Contiental Airliner from Milwaukee, and that Margaret Mardis was also
on the plane as a stewardess. While taking over old times with Joe
and Paul I learned that they had recently been in New York and at Mad-
ison Square Gardens, they had seen John Lease, now known as 'Georgeoua
John', who had succeeded 'Georgeous Georgen, in the wrestling field.
His trainer was none other than Mike Larrabee, who had married Mary
Hoover and was now living in New York. Mary was the head seamstress
in 'Lane Bryant', well known as the best place to buy your dresses if
your'e over two-hundred pounds.
After leaving nThe Dragonette', I was walking down the street and
soon I noticed a sign advertising a ballgame for that evening-'The All
Star Girls Zintet-vs.-The Five Belles'. Upon closer notice I saw none
other than our own Janet Smith, who after a long struggle was now-own-
er and coach of 'The
Having made up my mind to stay over for the ballgame I made my way
Only Hotel'. At the desk I was greeted by Dean
clerk in the absence of the owner, Belva Lee Dor-
room I was welcomed by my old pal Joan Ostermyer,
toward the 'One And
Armstrong, acting as
rel. In the dining
who said she had been hostess there for three years. After a delicious
dinner I went to the gym to see the game. When the referees came out
on the floor to start the game, I recognized Richard Arthur and Ernie
Bertram, two of the best referees in Indiana.
During an exciting moment of the game I heard a loud shout from far
up in the bleechers. I turned around and saw Dick and Betty Westlake,
who still were enthusiastic basketball fans.
By now I suppose you have already guessed what my vocation is.
Haven't you read any of the 'Smlth's Gossip Columnsn,1n The MOORE TRI-
BUNE, edited by none other than my old pal, Ronald Moore? -Joan Smith
ful'-vfzif-'N' iufzxr qxYlE?.
Wblll well! look who's here
Through all the riot of joy and fear!
Why, it's the first grade class of '59
Who has shown everyone that they could climb.
Now this has taken twelve long years,
Which probably didn't pass without some tears,
But we have struck it mighty rich,
Worked harder than if we were digging a ditch.
We atarted this trip with a very large number,
But along the way some from our group seem to
We are now six and twenty strong,
Ready to make future decisions between right
and wrong .
The longeat leg of our journey we're still to
Which we hope we can do in comfort and grace.
We must hold our heads high, ani not an eye
should we blink,
For a grand final to all these good things we
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'Dear Hearts and Gentle People.'
We've made some real friends
And gained an education--
These things we'll ne'er forget,
We'll often hear names and recognize faces
That remind us of N. P. H. S.
We give the credit
To our dear teachers--
We're sorry if we misbehavedg
We'll often smile as we look back on
The years we spent in N. P. H. S.
We've been so happy
That 1t's hard to say good-bye,
But we'll all come back real soon
And let you know,
That We miss those real friends,
Those wonderful ball games,
And those years
When we had such high aims.
D I, Deen 'Jewell' Armstrong, will my back seat ln 'he assembly to
ixle Brlce, and ny letermlnatloh not to po to college to Patty ick-
I, Richard 'Slow Pokeu Arthur,
to Russel Waterman and my neltnes'
I, Betty 'Love-to-go-steadyu Be
will my seat on the basketball bench
and clothes to Donald Colestock and
rtram, will my day-dreaming to Kenny
Rarnard,and mv love for men who work at service stations to Mary Ann
I, Ernie 'Abe Lincoln' Bertram,
son and my '48 Chevle convertible
will my curly hair to Bert Hutchin-
to Pinky Matti ly.
I, Paul nTom' Curry, will my No. 12 shoes tongabon Cox and my bas-
netball ability to Albert Toth.
I, Belva Lee 'Bev' Dorrel will
my seat in the study hall to Shir-
ley Helm and my ambition to bw a f1rmer's wife to my slster Marilyn.
I, Mary nBlond1en Hoover, will
my steady boy friend, L. C., to Lois
Redman and my blond hair to Sue Holden.
I, Michael HM1ken Larrabee,w1ll
Mat'ingly and my love for Mr. Terw
I, Erwin uP1ggyn Laufer,will
my love for My. Stanley to Pattymg
1, Johnny Little Jersey Bull'
sembly to Rabon Cox and my positio
I, Margaret 'Ma,:1e' Mardls, wi
Herron and m ability to tvoe to B
my fancy basketball shots to Junior
illiger to Russell Waterman.
devilment to Charlie Joe Herron and
Lease, will my back seat in the as-
n on the bench to Glen Wledenhauot.
ll my desk in the assembly to Muriel
lanch Warve .
1, Jack ugly er 1' Delln Matlock, will my g iving ability to James
Wam ond and my love for studies to
I, Charlie HH1 ya Samn Means, will my pictures on my desk lid to
Kenny Barnard and my girl friends
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Marilyg Jo Hoaner and my loye for
I, onald Love-to-tease Moore
berry blond hair combed, to Billy
troutle to Kenny Barnard.
I, Joan nJoaneyH Ostermeye
desire to to to California to any
I, Betty WLove-'em-alln Rhode,
man and my dreams of a new 'nlcz c
1, Joseph WBLQ Joeu Seifert,
dreams of nla '..f ing Fasketball on Ru
I, Don nDocn Short, will my se
my lore for En lish to Charles M1
I, Janet nTomboyN Smith will my
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I, Jo Ann nTubbr' Smith will my
and my liking to go steady to Dave
I, Harold, nAlways-rendy-For-an
seat ln the study hall to Norman
the bench to Eernari Nichols.
1, Beverly nG1ve-me-a'-ewcusen
ice Raesner and my firey temner to
I, Peggy 'Always-the-semen wer
Jeannette Curry and my love for sc
1, feng WGgt-Henu Wllxlns, will
one who can stand it for a year an
I, Sam 'Sampsonw Woodworth, wi
job at the grocery store to any on
to anyone who can get along with
will my cheer leading career to
a car to Lois Homsher.
will my ability to keep my straw
baugherty and my ability to :et lmm
r, will my height to Lee Endsley and my
one who can afford it.
will my skating ability to Tim Swep-
on ertible to anyone who can afford
will my heizht to Jerry Noe and my
tler's floor to my brothers.
at in the assembly to Rabon Cox and
red and white jacket to Marilyn Jo
o Bert Hutchinson.
carnival queenshio to Wanda Weaver
JOHWSCOR and Frances Munsey.
argnmentn Van Ree, will my front
Woodworth and my ability to set on
Nerner, will my hair-do to Mary Al-
anyone who thinks he can control it
er, will my yell leading career to
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Vice President- Edythe Dugan
Secretary- Patricia Webb
Treasurer- Walter Henderson
First Row: Lois Homsher, Mary Ann Branson, Patty Dickey, Ruth
Leach, Bernie Nichols, and Blanche Harvey.
Second Row: Edythe Dugan, Patricia Webb, Judy Fair, Frances
Munsey, Albert Bowles, and Norman Woodworth.
Third Row: Mr. Wilson, Clyde Stapp, Walter Henderson, Tom
Tegge, and Dave Johnston.
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President: Anna Seifert
Vice President: Carole Schvier
Secretary: Jliy Sundrum
Treasurer: Majorie hleinan
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First Row: Shirley Helm, Norma Jaan Ellis, Carole Schwier,
Betty Stapp, Barbara Hawkins, Richard Short, Phyllis Sleeth
and Hollis Dye.
Second Row: Averil Lease, Charlene Webb, Judy Gunirum, Dixie
Bruce, Marjorie Klieman, Marilyn Sorrel, Joyce Sastleman,
and Phil Nilsen.
Third Row: Bill Hart, Donna Marie Sutherland, Albert Toth,
Carl Hack, Martha Ducan, Anna Seifert, Marjorie Kruv, Hollis
Fourth Row: Nr. Devunbrun, Helen Farmer,Donald KoeIier,Chnrles
Filler, James Bowles, Jim Hammond, Junior Vattingly, and Russel
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worth, Secretary Q Treasurerg Kay Embry,
FIRST ROW: Janet Lantz, Betty Carter, Marianna Huber, Kay
Embry, Shirley Dorrel, Jerry Noe, Patricia Manning, Marilyn Jo
SECOND ROW: Helen Ortel, Tommy Black, Wanda Weaver, Nancy
Mangold, James Woodworth, Glen Wiedenhaupt, Betty Jean Oster-
THIRD HOW: Jamaa Kuhna, Jeannette Curry, Charles Adams, Mary
Alice Raesener, Kathleen Seifert, Anna Lee Mussman, Jeannette
FOURTH ROV: Tim Swevman, Mr. Everscn, Jack Denneman, Donald
Colestock, Raymond Keuthan, Burt Hutchinson.
3. : Ramon Cox,
Larxara Ulndy, Artllr Nhert,
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Kennedy, Eernarg feifert, Paul Yalien, and Iarg 'lli:.
FYRONJ F? : David Henderson, Wayne Ergsier, John Teyla
Alice Tnlow, Judy Van Rec, Pearl Fowles, ani Katheziie Cook
THIRD ROW: Edward Norman, Arlene Wooiwerth, JoAnne Harv
Helen Alfke, Billy Craig, Thomas Erewer, and iarylene fills
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Vernon Smitley, Shells Faubion, Lucil
Spencer, Jack Wilson, and Jerry Keutnen.
FIRFP FWZ: Haroli Coz, Tonali Stl, Sue Holden, Raymond Keane,
Fill Morrison, Philip Pine, Georgia Parnard, Pumn Ann Rosen-
CTCFNT 761: Carolyn owles, Welores warmer, Norma: iaxnriel,
Danny Daviison, Qow y Dye, Gary F tcninsen, Jeunetne Seztles,
THIQD HOL: Lee Wndeley, Kwry nundy, Lulu Eelle 'lee:h, Themes
Hogle, Joe Herron, Kelvin Curry, Willy Daujhw iw, Yrs. Phy-
FUUHFH UO+: Harry Fllls, Cecelia Lease, Phillle Fine, Joan
Vanle, Billy Garter, fwh Zenneman.
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Fvcond ffw: Pyvllie r"p, y'yn Q,j',-
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Shirley Aiams, F :ire Som.
Third Few: Donald 'rPin, 'arrv Tittle, J
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First Row: Marion Urinkui
iams, Loretta Edsaris, ?G"'
Second Fon: Vivo 'Pff rf,
Colestock, Mnrlvmv :1Hf'i,
Third ROW: John fffw, Uillm
Carolyn Sue Csternyar, ani
Fourth Rowg Lwrfniu .Achim
ry Wray, Shirley irkom, 'H'
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F1937 ROW: Frances Raeener, lari Jo Crooke, Dorothea Le-
Feber, Sandy B111 Kleine, Richard Dye, Karen Baker, Carolyn
Colvin, Caryll lidvey, Bneryll Widvey, Robert Grimsby.
5Ec6FD Qonz Dana Boota, Larry Lease, Tommy Utt,narry Gundrum,
Donald Oilbet, Sue Ann Baeey, Judy Farmer, Troy Abbot, Bobby
THIRD ROW: Denny Reasner, Charlene dtateler, Michael narring-
ton, Bokby bcnremser, Tommy McNamara, Carolyn oeifert, Tnelma
Bowles, Jackie heutnam.
FOURTH ROW: Frank Craig, Robert Freedline, Charles nlrod,
Victor BorTn', Mrs. Wheeler, allen Hoiers, busan Trees, Donald
'g U arles Wood Isabelle Brewer, betty Hardie, ndlth
ggsigiggf Tnogas Pierson: Patricia Crook0, Jean COX, and 50557
Svcqyn ROW: Bobby Lease, Marcella Farmer, saundra stateler,
Janet Jocobi, Donna Snort, David Smitn, and Jerry Dewain Hart-
gggap Row: Kay Dugan, Jerry Reasoner, Katny Faltn, Nina Klien
susan Utt, and Jerrel Snaw.
FOURTH ROW: Irs. McNamara, Danny Brenton, Robert Conner, Geor-
gia Dauqnerty, Donald Henderson, and Wayne Gordon.
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Maria Bergmann, Marilvn 5u.1mann, eherry Wood, Jimmy Utt,
plflff WWA: Debby iiersen, Jwvce Bowles, Cynthia Van Rea ,
H'll Sumlrel, Dian binders, Virfinfa Urusier, Nerma Wood.
Tffib ilk: vias swain Richard Wyatt, Joan Gr1c's, Marvin
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qu' Diana Tnth, Charlene Shaw, Loretta Gosaare, Unester
Chwrles Roots, Marilyn Kissell, Jeffery Lantz, John
HOW:Cerolyn Wilkins, Loman edwards, Snerla Crane, Karen
lmry RmrHP3, Barbara settles, Marilyn Ostermeyer.
15: Mrs. Rose, W1ll'am bleeth, James Carter, Manfred
Tele AFMott, marry annrt.
First bcuz Ear nrvf il er, filly vKOufFUFY, Ish: funiy, karen
Farbion, 1Tacy Putivx, -lang Dugan, and Mtevie Sinners.
Seccad Nov: lavi: Jkarmstrcn, Sarglyr Jeap lilkins, Jerry
Shaw, Lancttw qetL1es, Tommy Martin, Carol JzcoN1, Tyler Hyatt
and Miss ieague.
Third Row: StaLley Heliexpmupt, Icwell Wilkins, Ginfer Lim-
back, Lewis Qnlder, jharlemo xstexmyer, ang xurx hun -haw.
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first 12 Irrdn :Casa H, nhssptf Vlaif, Qin IP xnberts
arole Pri-o,Qs:,uel1:c vm. er, lhfl- Z1-rf-. , fawlr Flack-
ford, and Jecil Lnrr.
Second How: Lvelyr Jruxe, hepgell nspm, :ine Lvrrojy, Laria-
ren Lurrmu Ls, Patil -eit1ff, -many Wzuru, ELQ .cngy Lincaid.
Ihird Low: f1lQ .iasl5rg, Larara Uteurfrvaln, Jce IjCLols
Linda harey, Qtiles Lattir L', axd sofr iw 3:nr.
The Tlcn 'vsnzelicsl is
!,f'ff school wvg fjsnoni if vga yn,
I 15575 wifh Pwsttr Vln: ' fiip' 9,
A M way es both minister and mfew.,
fl, Q' for the firft 30 ye'rs. The fri-
f " :inal log school wes rerl' nf ,
V ' thc oresent building lg fha ys-W
T V 1 L.: of N73,
, ' Wuring the sixties Q mgngqfw
' ':!w ' Lahuson come +1 help iqgtcp yuny
f . with toscnlng the school. He stfv-
r, ed .sf :she r:2e1E1nf- home until ons
H rx E: H122' fe le.t .or ports unknown.
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, , :J A back on Psstor Kunz. In lH79the7
l called another teacher. Sevvrql
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'vf-if! v X' 4. vcd the congregation since then.
I ' , 1 Wits on over crowed school of
,Zack - k 49 chilirfan in the one room build'-
-Q. V U -' inf, tnc congregation will be
- - ,,f .rvbuiliing s new school this cominr
, fu .'MJ5? a s1mmer. The old one room school
- - 'hes served very well for the pvst
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dirs' How: Llosa Barge, Irwrlie Jcrxltz, Ksrtha Laufer,
Aichi Yxqnf, Leslie Jnccri, Janet loads, Lsrvln Cruel, Jer-
mlu nlcimqn, Louis Jacoti, mlchwrs Moeller, win 'Curie Woel-
Second Low: Jowoy latczmwn, Marilyn Loeller, Murriezfe We-
pzofi, Jule Kleiman, Psirlzla crtel, Rudolph Augenstoin,
Rickard Lost, Jsultk nlwixar, Vernon hloinar, Tilly Wisden-
haupt, sul Michael walthcl.
ffjpd how: Larry Oriel, Morals Dost, Jenny Ortel, Robert
3CgulLL, Jeorge Lleimah, hen y Qrtel, John Ortel, Xorman
Laufvr, Billy ichwier, Johnny Bestoff, and Bcvcrly hasener.
Folrth how: Joan folxening, Jldith .cLw1er, ghirley oc wler
Merriam kleimah, Dolores JU:9RSCE1L, Lvelyn ilelman, lllnor
gruns, Ellen Loeller, Vernice Icarlinf, Lonali Morris, Pat-
ricia Mcircmry, Xary Ellen Folxcnlni, Davig Tleteman, Phy-
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Stanjlrw: Janet Swith, F,-lva LDP T7:rrnl,Johnny L'8SF,yRT'EZR1"9t
Marils, Ronald Moore, Vary Honv-r, Vichadl Larrnbf-9, Erwin
Laufer, Don Short, Josvph Seifert, Jack Vat1ock,Sn1 Wroiworth,
Haro1H Van iee, Jo Ann Smith.
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Left to Right: Blanche Harvey, lnrzery
Krur, Miss Willis, Janet Lantz, Joan
Harvey, Erwin Lnufer, Billy 'ar'er.
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Mgjorettes: Carolyn Colvin, Susan Trees. Drummers: Michael
Harrington, and Tomry Utt. Triangles: Tommy McNamara, Mari
Jo Crooks, Sand Blocks: Larry Lease, and Charlene Stateler
Bells: Jgckig Kauthan. Bird Whistle: Frances Raesner,
Rhythm Stirks: Phillip Price, Judy Farmer, Frank Craig, Denny
Reasner, Charles Elrod, and Pobby Cox. Castemets: Bobby
Schremser, Harry Gundrum. Tambourine: Karen Pgker, Dorothea
Le Faber. Xylophones: Sue Ann Basey, Sandy Bill Kliene.
Cymbols: Vicky Boring. Director: Mrs. Wheeler.
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First Row: Carolyn Colvin, Isabelle Brewer, Cynthia Van Hee,
Janet K. Jacobi, Donna Marie Short, Kay Dugan, Kathy Faith,
Janet Kay Webb, Marie, Marilyn, and Vildrej Bergmann.
Second Row: LaDonna Settles, Sandra Ellis, Susan Tenge, Laura
Lou Heppner, Shirley Adams, Carolyn Sue Ostermyer, Mardenna
Colvin, Barbra Noelting, Barbara Dugan, Peggy Dye, Geraldine
Hunt, Phyllis Smith.
Third Row: Larry Woodworth, Sue Holden, Alice Enlow, Arlene
Woodworth, Shirley Johnson, Cecelia Lease, Jeannefte Settles
Katherine Cook, Ruth Ann Rosenbaum, and Jerry De Wain.
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Janet Lantz, Berhhfx Mich ls, fuiy
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Eene Jllxlms, Pw"5 Hnnninf, PnnL Surry.
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SEAFLJ: Po fy Auu nerudr, Pafrlca Manninv, Haroli N3P1t1ng,
Joyco Miller, Gene Wilains, Janot Lnnta, Har li Van Wag,
Feverly harm v, Twrmfvi Nichols, Vnv'Qry KrJr, Jo Ann Smith,
SPANUIWE: Jqwag Huhns, Judy Gundrum, Martha Dufan, Anna
Seifert, Kh'h1fhn Seifvrt, Kerrie Klnimnn, Nancy vU'A'1i'
Averil Leave, Dvan Arwstroni, Jonna Marlo Su'hHPlHyg, paul
Curry, Mary Alice Raeaener, Jeanette Curry, Marianna Huwgr ,
Kay Embry, Carcl Schwinr, Charlvnn NeEL, Lois Mae Howsher.
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SY? H' FWIZ V155 Afllls, rver-5 Werner, :QVVF Icluei, :Qygp
Mil.e1, Charles Aeans, Janet Lxith, Cghn L asp, an: ,eun nrm-
FFJ 7 ?'Y: Harg. Tau Fee, Trwim Lanier, Bene Hilaire, and
1953 JUHIOR CLASS PLAY
?IR'T ROW: Uernard Nichols, Vary Ann Uranson, Patty Wisxey
Muriel Herron, ani Patricia Web .
Q?C?N? ROY: Visa Wiliis, Tdythe Wugan, Ruth Leamn. Trances
Muncie, Judy ?a'r, Norman Wooiworth, uni Yr. H111 L.
T?IR7 TO ','.' : Hlancwe Harvey, Tevii JoMnson, Al'crt 'Uwlds, Clyl
Stann, and Pom TQS e.
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necently, from the appearance of the chests loaded with medals, I
.use ozfainez the impression that the music department is fairing quhm
well 'his year, and, I imagine, as a result of pretty hard work.
'hier the able direction and coachlnz of Mr. Vernon Z. Smitley,head
' 'ne mwsic iepartment, there were entered in the District Solo and
x,e1:le T nfes', held at The Jordan Conservatory of Music at Indiana-
l1s,lniiana, eight vocalists, four instrumentallsts, and the male
I Lhe aftern in of February 4, the rroup and their director came
A we.l rexarlei from the contest with seven firsts, Janet Lantz,
:rahwg Jeverly Aerner, sopranog Gene Wllnlns, pianog Cecelia Lease,
g,:ran:g P811 Curry Jr., baritone, Mareery Kruv, contralto: and the
ra.e ,n.r'et'e' - five seconds: Averil Lease, soprano, Charlene Webb,
LN .arcli Jan Rae, baritone, Janet Lantz, fluteg and Patricia Venn-
.. rrantg ani one third, Petty Mae Rode, piano.
n se who received first in the contest were taken to Indiana Cen-
'ollefv one afternwon and criticized by Professor Allen Schlrmer
Anna The Hinton in preparatiin for the State Solo and Ensemble
'A '. The afternoon was quite profitable.
'nrtlh' at an early 6:53 from indianapolis, all contestants went
:re LL te an Tebruary 15. The results of the day were: five
' 1--w Lilkins, Paul lurry Jr., Narrery Hrur, Cecelia Lease, the
A etie ani two seconds: Beverly Nerner and Janet -ant . Those
.pts receivin: first division were :iven and opportunity to try
1 gursnlgs in music to The Jordan 'cnservatory of Music. The
.arrette recclvei two offers tc apgear cn Haiio Stations NFPV
.n'x schsil is permitted to enter for the All-State Contest two car
rQfnLYS who received first division in the State Contest. The two se-
.esrei ter entry were the male quartette and Gene Wilkins. The contest
was ,elz larrh ll at The Jordan Jonservatory in Indianapolis.
'His year's success is a fine accomplishment to be very proui sf.
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.ze juiring team from New Palestine recently won the county Q - H
'rtih juisinu contest which was held at the Nemorial buildinv, Sreen-
fl9l1 In Lana. Nembers on the winning team consisted of Ernie Fertram,
fwa Sieferf, hewis Strahl and Harold Noeltina. Arthur Terwlllirer vn-
Cafgmggl agpipnltural teacher, coached the winninn team.
drnie rertram was the hinh point man of the day, receivinv a score
-v 74W points out of a possible BOO.
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Georve nanes, ani Mr. Lvman Fnrfsn
FIRST RTI: Snorty Hinds, Don Hurenstein,
uUC5ND RTW: Hay Moeller, Henry Alike, Paul
Curry, Roy Faut, Glenn Hopoer
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FIRST ROW: Paul Curry, Ernie Bertram, Gene Wilkins, Joe Sie-
fert, Mike Larrpbee, Dave Johnston.
SECOND ROW: Charlec Varna, Jcrn Lease, Harold Van Ree, Richard
Arthur, Coach MacNnmara.
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?1rsL how: Phillip Pike, Hnhon Jon, daymoni Nnann, Wernard
Jeifert, Tommy rower, Jerry Koutkau, John Kennedy, 3111
Morrlsoa, ani Donald Ctt.
Svcond Jow: MP. LwMunbrun, Billy U9u'Lvrty, Thowws Kokle, :ob
Demnemnn, Len gndsley, bobby Dye, Envy Tufchlnson, Jnzkie L11-
son, and Mr. Lclamnrq.
A surrer was held in honor of the L9-EO basketball teal on Feb-
ruary lj, in :he New Palestine gym. Nine seniors were awarded letter
sweaters. they were: Pichard Arthur, Harold Van Ree, Gene Wilkins ,
John Lease, Joe Seifert, Charlie Means, Ernie Pertram, Mike Larrabee,and
Letters were also awarded to Dave Johnston, Norman Woodworth ,
ani John Nattinxly Jr.
The Dravons finished a successful season by winninr l2 and los-
ing only C sehedualed rames. In tournament play the Dragons won 2 and
This year's team was the stronrest team in the High Schoolstnoe
The second team was very successful this season with a recordof
ln wir: and Q losses.
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The Jr.Hirh team was very stron: this year ending with a record
of lu wins ani 7 losses. The team also won a tournament at Franklin Twp
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N U oe Maxwell 21
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New Palestine E3 Moral QF
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New Palesline L2 Greenwood ,E
N N 25 Nt. Comfort 20
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New Palestine 55 Franklin Twp. if
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New Palestine O Mc3orisv1lle jg
U N 12 Mt. Comfort 2
H H 39 'harlottsville 56
New Palestine oO Flatrock QQ
H N MM Iharlottsville 41
N ' S9 Mt. Comfort 35
New Palestine EE Moral 30
H " . , Clayton 30
N H t3 Beech Grove 51
New Palestine 30 Charlottsville 36
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Del l2ll'llll6lll Store Dresses H Skirts - Blouses
Sweaters -- Lingerie - Hose
I W. Nl: 'n St Greenfield, Ind. 2 N 'slount gt. Greenfield, Ind
Alldreflge Traetor Sales, Inc.
'ord Tractors Dearborn Farm Equipment
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25 E. Main St. Greenfield, Ind. Phone 725
lilerlau Trucking Service
lelephvane No. 82-1 New Palestine, Ind.
S and S Heating and Sheet Metal Co.
Plumbing and Heating - Roofing and Guttering
"Biggest Little S tore In Town"
Fresh Meats -A Lunch Meats --ee Frozen Foods
l'hone 2276 GREENFIICLD, IND. 216 S. Penn.
Greenfield Banking Go.
Delivery Service In Sugar Creek Township Mondays Sz Thursdays
19 West Main GREENFIFLD, IND. Phone 440
Studebaker Cars SL Trucks - Firestone Tires F Willard Batteries
IR. 02362 CUMBERLAND, IND. Harry Ostermeyer
Dr. T. A. Pierson
HERFF - JONES
Makers of the Seniors' Rings, Name Cards and Invitations
I dianapolis Indiana
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1 Mile East of New Palestine
E. L. Frazer Funeral Home
Nlorri tow n Indiana
Mole Pleasumble Houls
Wlth Be luflful Floxxels
DISH I XRDFNTS
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Pl NI' RAI BXSIXPTS and DESII WS
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Rugensteln s Flowers
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Sax It ll 1th Flowers
C OWIPLIMFNTS OF
Coal and Feed Co
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Cumberland and Gem
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Wanamaker State Bank
Autos Iwnanced Farm Loans Personal Loans Busmess
Loans Safety Deposlt Boxes Xmas Clubs
BAWKINI HOLRS 9 A WI to 3 P M
IRXINCTON 2677 WAVAMAKLR INIDIANA
NILWIBERS PLDLRAL DEPOSIT INSI RANCI' CORPORATION
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Hardware Thomas rug Store
Greenfield Indiana fgrwnfield Indiana
When You Fail To Consider Quality, You Buy Disappointment
Dill - Fields Company, Inc.
McCormick-Deering Tractors and Machines
International Trucks as Refrigeration
S. Franklin St. GREENFIELD, IND. Phone 49302
A and P market
Friendly Service Quality Merchandise
SENIORS: We Wish You Success
Greenfield Ice Cream Co.
Green field Indiana
SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES
We Like Every School Kid In Hancock County
Come In And See Us
Mitchells Stationery Store
1 1 N th State St. Greenfield, Indiana
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Christian Quality Chevrolet Co.
201 E. Main St.
I I'I' YFIELD, INDIANA PHONE 360
Eaton Transfer Company
Furniture Moving in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Kentucky
I dianap l's Phone RI 6447 Greenfield Phone 477
K'U5II'I,IMI'IN'I'S OF I CUMl'LI3IENTS OF
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Rodyis Deparimeut Store
Bonnie s Resiaurant
Home Cooking At Its Best
-x ioffee New Palestine, Ind.
H3l'lllCllIllg,S Standard Service
Atlas Tire and Battery Service
Car Washing -- Lubrication - Road Service
3619 IG. Washington St. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA IR. 0904
IOM! LIMENTS OF
Nash Dlgtgrg Sears, Roebuck
Body and Fender Repair
I i ld I d 1 -nfield Indiana
Standard Food Market
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They All Say
f'IT'S BUCKLEY'S FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT"
Lu berland Indiana
Moonlite Drive-In 1 Nleier Food Dlarliet
Enjoy Movies In the Privacy one Store T0 Cflmplete
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FOR YOUR FORD
845 W. Main GREEN!-'1f3l,li, IND. Phone 56
Mayerle Hardware Co.
Farm Supplies Water Systems
Phone 84 New Palestine, Ind.
New Palestine Lumber Co.
Satisfaction Guaranteed - Perfection Paints and Varnishes
New Palestine, Ind. Phone 10-11
Sutherland and Son
General Merchandise e Quality and Price
New Palestine Indiana
BEST WISHES FROM
The Citizens Bank
For Your Furniture Needs - See
Bradley - Hall Furniture Co.
FUR Qli.-XLITY AND SERVICE
Moore s Garage
General Repair - Parts - Batteries - Tires - Tire Repair
Complete Paint Job and All Type Body Work
And All Type Body Work
Zi-HOUR VVRECKER SERVICE
BILL MOORE Phone-Ne w Palestine 18 BILL RECK
c'oMl'1,lMi:NTs OF PATRONIZE
Rodyis Cafe OUR
Irving Mat erials., Inc.
Ready Mixed Concrete Sand And Gravel
Depot St. GREENFIEl.IJ, IND. Phone 655
John Schereris Store
General Merchandise and Groceries
The Gem Elevator
Allied Appliances Co.
Nationally Advertised Gas and Electric Appliances
Sales and Services
lhonc IR 9379 Wanamaker, Ind.
FOR COMPLETE OVERHAUL dk WRECKER SERVICE Go To
c lale tme Ind Harold Trees Irop
Under New Management
STRAF F ORD PHARMACY
For Quality Prescriptions A- Good Food W Sundries
and Friendly Service
I L 1 llilll Sl Greenfield, Ind.
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OF 1950
FARM BUREAU PRODUCTS
t'0Ml'LIMENT'S or THE
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LUX S Pharllldfy PRINTING COMPANY
School and Office Supplies
Newhouse Hardware Co.
Stoves -e Electrical Appliances Paint and Sporting Goods
Main Street Morristown, Indiana
Goffis Meat Market
Quality Home Dressed Meats
ll XY. Main St. Greenfield, Ind.
Hancock County Farm Bureau Co-op.
Petroleum Products - Lumber and Supplies - Farm Implements
Electrical Appliances- Repairs and Supplies
Branch Elevators at Finley and McCordsville
Hunk Mm ,mor com 1 INlI"N'I"s or
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The Rfzufdl qtore Dum Store
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Congratulatlons Senlorb of 10
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NEW PAI ESTIWL ELEV ATOR
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GEORGE and EEAGGIES
General Electric Appliances
Maytag Washers - Gas Stoves
l um herland Indiana
UONCIIIXTITIJATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF '50
H. C. Folkening Insurance Agency
Insure Today NEW PALESTINE. IND. Be Sure Tomorrow
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'QGOOD LUCK SENIORST
Towers Made The Seniors'
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Fine Shoe Repairing
NEW SHOES '
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Good I-'ood, Good Gas, Friendly Service
103 W. Main St. Greenfield, Ind. gg Mil.,-S East uf Qumbe,-land, Ind.
Franke Service Station
Goodyear - Tires and Batteries, Road Service and Rental Batteries
Roy L. BICCIIIIOIIQQII and Son
Building Contractors at New Palestine
Roy McCullough Maurice McCullough
New Palestine Indianapolis
Line 23 Ring 4 IR. 3150
COMPLIM ENTS OF
Kelvinator Appliances - Ironrite Ironers - Zenith and Bendix
Radios and Television - e Tappan Gas Ranges
100 W. Main St. Greenfield, Ind.
Best W1sheQ To The Semors
R058 Dedtlln The Candy Man
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