New Ross High School - Blue Jay Yearbook (New Ross, IN)
- Class of 1958
Page 1 of 60
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1958 volume:
John F. Golladay
MR. RALPH MILLER
A. V. PURDUE
Principal, Mathematics 61 Science
Advance High School
B. S. Central Normal College
Indiana State Teachers College
M. S. Purdue University
Ball State Teachers College
MR. MAX BARNETT
Asst. Coach and Mathematics
Crawfordsville High School
A. B. Wabash College
Indiana State Teachers College
MRS. HULIM HELMICK
English and Languages
Royal Center High School
A. B. Indiana University
MRS. KATHRYN BROWN
Pleasantville High School
B. S. Indiana University
MR. RICHARD DIMITT
Agriculture and Science
Western High School
B. S. A. 6- M. S. E. Purdue University
MISS VIRGINIA SHILLINGS
Commerce - Library
Crawfordsville High School
B. Ind. State Teachers College
M. S. Ind. State Teachers College
MR. DONALD SONDEL
Elgin Academy High School
University of Wisconsin
Western Washington College
A. B. San lose State College
MRS. FRANCES JOHNSON
Medaryville High School
B. S. Ball State
MR. THOMAS SPEAR
Coach and Social Studies
Brookston High School
B. P. E. Purdue University
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In the year of 1946, our Sputnik began its long flight through space to the major
points of interest of our universe. The original crew consisted of David Carver, Gracie
Duncan, Dick Golladay, Bob Meier and Jack Mc Anulty. The chief pilot was Mrs. Meek
Our landing on the Moon was smooth and we stopped just long enough to change
pilots, our new commander was Mrs. Duncan.
Under Mrs. Duncan, we made a quick trip to Venus, upon, landing, Iim Newton
stumbled through the cosmic mist to our camp. We changed pilots to Mrs. Smith and
blasted off for Mercury.
Mrs. Smith got us to Mercury where we changed pilots again, and under Mrs.
Bunnell we flashed off to Mars, upon landing we looked around and met our new com-
mander, Mrs. Barnett.
Mrs. Barnett got us to jupiter and we transferred Mr. Feltner as our guide for the
long voyage to Saturn. just before we took off Grace Keller jumped aboard, As we flew
along a comet buzzed us and the driver, Gary Waston hopped aboard.
We were now ready for the biggest jump of all! The long, long trip to Uranus,
otherwise known as New Ross High School. We switched pilots again, to Mrs. Mason
and blasted off for the hard trip to Uranus. We made a rough landing, but were happy
that leg of the journey had been completed. Now in high spirits we were ready for the
trip to Neptune.
Our pilot, Mr. Harper, took us safely to Neptune where we changed pilots to Mr.
Barnett and started trying to make a little money on our way to Pluto.
By the time Mr. Barnett got us to Pluto, we were starting to meet our expenses.
With high hopes, we took off for the Milky Way under the strong hand of Mr. Dimmitt.
After adding Dick Sosbe,-we now realized that our fuel and time were running
low so we began a headlong rush back to Earth under the direction of Mrs. Brown,
stopping at the asteroid belt to change to Mr. Purdue and add Bill and Buck Henderson
to our crew.
We are now approaching the end of our journey and will soon be landing but when
we end our journey, we will have had some wonderful memories of the good times and
helpful people along our route.
It was a bright, cheery morning when I settled back in my seat on the' new
D. C. 9 Mainliner. The date was May 2, 1973. Fifteen years ago I had gfraduated
from New Ross High School. In fact, that was where I was going now--toSNew Ross.
I had some business with McAnulty's DeLuxe Auto Repairs, Inc. I wondered idly if
the owner were any relation to the Iack McAnulty who had been in my graduating class.
When I I'eaChed New ROSS, I' went directly to the garage. To my surprise, I found
that Iack McAnulty, who had graduated with me fifteen years ago was the president of
this thriving business. While I was there I also found out that Dick Golladay, away
on business, was the business manager for the firm. He was married now and had a
little boy, Dickie Ir.
Since this was my home town, I decided to stroll around a bit. Walking along
Grace Avenue, I almost passed an accountants office that said Duncan Sr Co. on the
plate glass window. I walked in and asked who Mr. Duncan was. I was informed
that Miss Duncan ran the establishment and that it was one of the finest accounting
firms in towm. Iust then, Gracie came out of her private office and invited me to stay
for coffee. I accepted and we spent a pleasant hour talking over old times.
Reluctantly, -I left, and went over to the public library. I found that I knew the
librarian. She was Grace Keller, another one of my former classmates. She told me
that she was married. She also said that she only worked in the library one day a
Coming down the library steps, I saw Iim Newton and David Carver. While talk-
ing to them, I learned that they were special-duty jet pilots who flew important
officials all over the world. They were on their way to the airport now to fly Larry
Gray to Russia to sign a peace treaty and to talk to the Premier about colonizing the
moon. I asked if they were married. Iim said that he wasn't. David said that he was
and had three sturdy sons and a daughter. Iim looked at his watch and reamrded Dave
that they were due at the airport. I said goodby and continued on my way.
I had some time to kill, so I decided to take in a show while I was in town. A
picture that I had been wanting to see, "The Big Man", was playing at.the Bluejay
Before the picture started, someone remarked that it ought to be a good show. I
turned around .nd saw Bob Meier sitting beside me. We talked a few moments until
the show started. When the screen credits were shown, I saw that Bob was the star,
and that he was billed as "The James Dean of 1973. " He told me that Dick Sosbe was
his co-star and was in Hollywood working on a S3, 000, 000 production called "Angel
With A Reason".
After the show, I left the theatre only to bump into Gary Watson. He said that
he had a chain of funeral homes and enjoyed his work very much. For some reason,
business had been awfully good lately.
I left Gary and started on my way to the airport. Coming down the street toward
me was Admiral Buck Henderson. I stopped him and asked where Bill was. He said
that Bill was a successful auctioneer and was auctioneering a large sale in the next
block right now. I asked him if he was married. He said no, but Bill was and had a
little girl and a little boy.
I looked at my watch, and taking leave of Buck, again started on my way to the
airport. Thinking back, I realized that I h vi seen or heard of all my former classmates
On this first day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and fifty-eight, we the Seniors, of New Ross High School, in the city of
New Ross, in the township of Walnut, in the county of Montgomery, in thestate
of Indiana, in the country of United States, in the conyinent of North America, on
the planet Earth, in the solar system of the Sun, in the galaxy Great Wheel, being
of sound mind and body do make this our last will and testament. We hereby be-
queath our most valuable possessions to our school and the following schoolmates.
To New Ross High School, we will our ability to make money, may every
class be rich.
To the Iunior Class, we will our ability to get along.
To the Sophomore Glass, we will our ability to save money.
To the Freshman Class, we will our ability to reduce in number from our
Freshman year to our Senior year.
1, Grace Keller, will my ability to stay home nights to Ruth Duncan so she won't be
so tired in the mornings.
I, Grace Duncan, will the Senior boys, all except one, to the Iunior girls, may they
never be without a boy friend again.
I, Larry Gray, will my ability to have wrecks to Red Wilson, may his father always
be happy. . 'V
I, Bob Meier, will my ability to get in trouble to Ruth Ann Feltner, may she never be
bored again. '
I, Iim Newton, will my mighty Dodge to Iudy Harris, may she always be to school on
I, David Carver, will my DeSoto to Bill Evans :so that he may set a new speed record.
I, Iack McAnu1ty, will my flat top to Myron Brissy, may he never need a haircut again.
I, Dick Golladay, will my lighting to William England, may he always be fast.
I, Bill Henderson, will to Ierry Bannon my ability to keep track of Bainbridge so we
will all know what is going on next year.
I, Gary Watson, will my ability to keep hands off of the girls to Ronnie Durbin, may he
never be lonely.
I, Dick Sosbe, will my conversational ability to Merrill Calvert, so he will be able to
get a word in edgewise when he is with Jeanie.
I, Buck Henderson, will my height to Mike Stewart, so he may never be tall again.
Signed, sealed, published and declared as and for our last will and testament by
the Senior Class of 1958. We have in the presence of each other subscribed our names
hereto on the day and year last of aforesaid.
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THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS FIRMS OF
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE TO
THE CLASS OF 1958
Ace Hardware Company
Anglia 6: Strong ,Plumbing
B. 6: D. Lumber Company
Crawfordsville Paint 6: Wallpaper
Davis, Herman, Inc.
Dellekamp's Dept. Store
Dillman Implement Company
Dreyer's Cut Price Drugs
Dreyer 8: McCreary Rexall Drugs
Ireyer G Sheets Rexall Drugs
Edwards Motor Sales
Elston Bank Sf 'Trust Company
Fanny Bee Style Shoppe
First National Bank Sr Trust Co.
Galloway, O. K. G Son Co.
Golden Rule, The
Hazel's Bo-Ka Shoppe
Horner, R. M. Inc.
Krug Rlumbing Company
Ladoga Federal Savings and Loan
Lewis, Perry Company
Lord's Apparel Shop
Marty's Book Shop
Montgomery Ward 6: Company
Penney, I. C. Company
Rapp, Company The
Stoker's Heating 6: Appliances
Woody's Used Cars G Parts
Wharff's Music Store
MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHAMBER OE COMMERCE
Farmers State Bank
Surplus - 350,000.00
Undivided Profits - 525,000.00
New Ros S 'ftmsf-9 Indiana
New Ross Grain Company
Grain - Seed
New Ross Indiana
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Vegetables - Fruits
Phone 2 l 2
New Ross Indiana
The Sportsman's Shop
"We Outift Your Outfit"
Athletic Equipment - Photography Supplies
Hunting Supplies - Fishing Equipment
Levis - Model Supplies
1 i I
Ma plehurst Jersey Farms
Milk and Ice Cream
201 South Washington Street
New Ross Lumber Company
16 or 60 - Bring Your Sugar To The
The Best In Coffee
Our Food Is Hard To Beat
Novelties and Package Drugs
Sinclair Service - Trailer Court
Independent Bottle Gas Service
2 Miles South Of Crawfordsville On U.S. 231
Baby Chix - DeKalb Seed Corn - Sorghum
DeKalb Agricultural Association, Inc.
Commercial Producers of DeKalb Seed Corn
DeKalb Chix and DeKalb Hybrid Sorghum
General Office, Dekalb, Illinois
Bud Leavenworth, Plant Manager
Walter J. Harpel
Producers and Processors Of
Certified Seed Corn
Phone Shannoudale 63
The Cox Funeral Home
Iames H. Cox
"Dedicated To Service"
24 Hour Ambulance Service
James l. Cox
General Insurance Company
All Old Line Companies
D. R. Feathers
New Ross, Indiana
Day Manufacturing, Inc.
Pallets, Skids, Bases
New Ross, Indiana
and Supply Company, lnc.
Homes - Garages - Remodeling
Easton Indianapolis Road
Standard Oil Company
New Ross , Indiana
New Ross Garage
New Ross, Indiana
Schultz 81 Schultz
The Book Store
105 N. Washington St.
TV Sales 6: Service
Zenith 6. Sylvania
Amana Food Freezers
Wholesale Food Service
Crawfordsville , Indiana
The Eel River Packing Co.
R.R. 1 - Jamestown
The Jamestown Press
Established In 1873
Melvin L. Hiller - Publisher
Phone 1 2 1
Pick-up Stations At
Walkers - Drugstore - I.G.A.
On Tuesday and Friday
Jamestown , Indiana
Hovenmale 84 Hedge
Dependable Service At Low Cost
Make Our Store Your Headquarters
A. l. Houk and Son
A, L. Houk - A. K. Houk
Since 1 9 00
Phone Orange 6-5881
Phone 1 4 6
Tru-lay Block Co., Inc.
Concrete - Lightweight - Limestone
And Sandstone Blocks
Sales 6: Service
Veatch 8: Pinkerton
Pauls Kozy Corner
ladoga Culvert Co.
Phone 12 3
Bouse Drug Store
"The Prescription Store"
Your Business Appreciated
Barko Fertilizer, Inc.
Ladoga , Indiana
Kessler Insurance Agency
H. G. Kessler - R. O. Burgess
Insurance - Real Estate
Youngs Bros. Market
Fancy Home Killed Meats
Russel E. Brown Mortuary
Air Conditioned Chapels
24 Hour Ambulance Service
130 South Green St.
Whitecotton Hardware Compliments Of
Sales and Service Ray Miller's Shoe Store
Hardware Store - 27
Service Shop - 40
Waveland , Indiana
203 E. Main
The Borden Company
For 100 Years,
People Have Been Saying,
"If It's Borden's,
It's Got To Be Good."
Distinctive Arrangements For
Every Floral Need
Our Motto - Our Reputation Is Your
Guarantee Of Satisfaction
The Modern Mart
East On Highway 136
Phone Emerson 2-7305
New Ross, Indiana
Medford 84 Company
Certified Tax Accountants
312 Ben Hur Building
Phone EMerson 2-4540
J. M. Kirtley, M.D.
416 Ben Hur Building
Phone EMerson 2-4940
B. N. lrngaman
419 Ben Hur Building
Phone EMerson Z-1005
Schloot Furniture Co., Inc.
Corner Gift Store
Crawfordsville , Indiana
enver Moore, Livestock Buyer
Leroy Kohl, President
Harris Packing, Inc.
"We Solicit Your Livestock"
Phone EMerson2 -2 1 40
means so much
Good Luck From
"The Home of Wimpy"
: Crawfordsville, Indiana Crawfordsville, Indiana
I Compliments Of
Englewood Berber Shop Pattisons TV and Appliances
Shaves R.C.A. Whirlpool Appliances
Haircuts R.C.A. Radio G Television
Easton U.S. 136
Phone EMerson 2-3016
New Ross, Indiana
Alyey Electric Shop
Electrical Service - Appliances
Philco - Maytag
Super Flame Oil Heaters
New Ross, Indiana
A 84 M Walker
Groceries 61 Meats
New Ross, Indiana
Home Beauty Shop
New Ross, Indiana
S M U G
New Ross, Indiana
New Ross Oil Company
New Ross, Indiana
Phone EMerson 2-3887
Iune 6: Andy Jaeger
Don 84 Jean's Place
Sandwiches 61 Short Orders
Standard Oil and Greases
SteeIe's Furniture Studio
Furniture - Glassware - Refinishing
6 Miles East of Grawfordsville
On U.S. 136
Make A Habit Of Our
Ben Hur 84 C'vilIe
Bantz Drug Store
21 East Main Street
Phone EMerson 2-3040
Keneth G. Walker
Funeral Home Furniture Store
Air Conditioned Home Furnishings
24 Hour Rugs 6: Carpets
Ambulance Service Phone 95B
Jamestown , Indiana
FauIkinbury's Barber Shop
Herschel - Bill
The Store For Men
1ean's Beauty Shop
C 84 S Radio Sewice
Advance , Indiana
Hoosier Beverage Compliments Of,
and Ice Co.
Block - Cubes - Crushed
Salt - Coolers
Charcoal - Grills - Soft Drinks
Ice Cream Freezers
1205 E. Market
Parks Furniture Mart
4 Miles East Of
Crawfordsville On Route 32
Rush Service If Wanted
128 South Washington Street
Dr. Iames C. Schlosser
Eddie Iv.orphew Bottled Gas
B 8: Q Cafe
Union Savings and Loan Association
C. O. Haffner, Dr. of Optometry
Red Chaney Motorcycles
McFarland 81 Miller Monument Works
Henry Endicott-Cities Service
Brown's 54 to Sl.00 Store
Morris Fruit Market
Ladoga Frozen Food Locker Service
Service Lumber Co.
F. B. Graves. S. Son Drugs and Magazines
Ko zy Korner
Waynetown -Tile Co .
The Nicholode Ceramic Studio
Shotts Blacksmith Shop
Tipmont R E M C
Clarks Body Shop
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