North Putnam High School - Hawkeye Yearbook (Roachdale, IN)

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Dedication To the many memories of our days at R.H.S. and to all alumni and teachers of our Alma Mater, we, the class of 1952, respectfully dedicate our year- book, the OMEGA, to the OLD SCHOOL BUILDING. 1 MARYLOU GARRIOTT Home Economics Phys. Ed. English A.B. Hanover Grad. Work, Butler, I. U. 'Faculty WALTER DODD Phys. Ed. Dir. Athletics B.S. Butler U. Grad. Work B. U. RICHARD HUTCHINS Biology M athemati cs A.B. Wabash 5 OLIVE M. HARSHBARGER Commerce Mathematics A.B. Manchester Ball State HENRY E. DELONG ROBERT LEE GILLAN JAMES RISK Social Studies Gr. School Music Latin Science Band 8a Chorus A.B. DePauw Voc. Agriculture English M.S. I. U. B.S. Purdue Ind. Central College 4 nfzzz 11111 11111 TIIY IZJZIICI A W N N N 1 N N l LARRY JONES Pres. -Senior Student Council C11 Annual Adviser Basketball C23 Baseball C33 Track Q39 R-Mens Club D.A.R. Award N E Q3 is ii BOB THOMPSON V. Pres.-Senior Dramatics Club Stu. Council Pres.-Sr. ' N Co-Editor-Annual N Junior Play Basketball C35 l Baseball C21 T rack CZQ N R-Mens Club P 1 N II IIZIC ID N BOB ALLEN Reporter -Sophomore Sports Editor -Annual Baseball C41 Track Q41 Basketball Captain-Sr. Basketball 133 Pres. R-Mens Club Geometry Contest BRUCE BARTLETT Annual Staff JAMES CARRINGTON FFA President-Sr. VIRGINIA BOLLER Production Ed. -Annual Tatler Staff Operetta C-il Chorus Q47 Sec. 8: Treas.-Freshman V. Pres.-Junior Dramatics Club FHA 121 Student Council C15 Junior Play Yell Leader 121 WILMA BONIFACIU S Tatler Staff Operetta Q21 Chorus C41 Junior Play Typing Contest Annual Staff GLADYS BROOKS Adv. Mgr. -Annual Tatler Staff Band C31 Chorus C35 Operetta Q37 Band Contest Q21 Junior Play Dramatics Club Snapshot Mgr. -Annual Junior Play Basketball C15 R-Mens' Club Baseball C25 Track C35 SHIRLEY CARRINGTON FHA 111 Band Q21 Sales Mgr.-Annual Tatler Staff Operetta C21 Chorus C21 Junior Play WILBERT CLARK V. Pres. CLadogaJ -Fresh Student Council CLadogaJ FFA V. Pres.-Sr. Hi-Y fLadogaJ Basketball QU R-Mens Club Chorus QLadogaJ Track KD DOYNE LEE COOPER Band C33 Chorus Q33 Operetta C33 Junior Play Basketball 115 Baseball Q31 R-Mens Club RICHARD CROSBY EDNA HARMLESS Dramatics Club FHA 113 Tatler Staff Operetta C42 Chorus Q45 Annual Staff JUNE HOLLAND Art Mgr. -Annual Chorus C11 - A. L. Oratorical Contest Chorus Q25 Operetta C23 Baseball 14, MARY EGGERS Basketball Q21 V. Pres. R-Mens Club ' Tafler Staff Track cap ffsff Operetta Q43 Junior Play ESTHER KELLY RICHARD HOLLAND FHA up Band C31 Band in Operetta 145 Chorus Q25 Chorus M, Operetta Q25 ' Basketball C15 Baseball Q31 R-Mens Club Annual Staff 7 NANCY ANN HUBER Reporter-Freshman Sec. Sz Treas.-Sophomore Pres. -Junior Reporter-Senior Office Secretary FHA President-Sr. FHA C21 Honor Society Student Council Q17 Band 8: Chorus 141 Operetta Q45 Music Contest Q31 Typing Contest Feature Ed. -Annual Tatler Staff FRANKLIN PLUNKETT Basketball 131 Basketball Captain-I r. Baseball 111 Track 141 R-Mens Club ARLENE SI-IUEE Editor-in-chief-Annual V. Pres.-Freshman Pres. -Sophomore Sec. Kr Treas.-Junior Sec. Sz Treas. -Senior FHA President-Jr. FHA 121 Honor Society Girls State Typing Contest Algebra Contest Office Secretary Tatler Staff SHIRLEY ANN OAKES Dramatics Club FI-IA12D Tatler Staff Annual Staff Operetta13J Chorus 131 LOLA PICKEL Dramatics Club FHA 121 Tatler Staff Annual Staff Chorus 141 Operetta 143 CHARLES RADY SILAS RONK Basketball 111 V. Pres.-Sophomore Baseball 131 Track 125 R-Mens Club ' MAX B. PICKEL Pres. -Freshman FFA Reporter-Sr Student Council 113 Operetta 131 Junior Play Chorus 131 RAYMOND WILSON Photographic Mgr Annual Junior Play Geometry Contest A History Toward the last of August, 'way back in 1940, thirty and six semingly bright-looking, bewildered little kiddies came to school with their mommies, brothers, sisters, or friends. Of these little seekers of knowledge, eleven have remained together throughout their twelve years. They are: Virginia Boller, Shirley Carrington, Doyne Cooper, Richard Crosby, June Holland, Esther Kelly, Lola Pickel, Max Pickel, Charles Rady, Arlene Shuee, and Raymond Wilson. We all made it safely, except Evelyn Witt who left us, through the first grade. In the second grade, Wilma Bonifacius and Edna Harmless came to join our adventure in the world of learning, but we lost Glenn Cope. We gained four new members in our third year. They were: Dianne l-Ienley, Joan Green, Barbara Zachary and Frank Plunkett. Little did we .know that little Frank would later become a 6 ft. -4 in. senior. This year, we lost Dickie Robbins, a heartbreak to a lot of little girls. Well, it seems our 'class 'can't gain for losing. The fourth year, Wilbert Clark, Jean Green, and Wilma Bonifacius left us, but we gained James Miller, Lola Webb, Robert Abrams, and Bob Allen. Bob has remained with us through the rest of our school years. In the fifth grade, we gained two, Martha Jones and Samuel Pratt, but we lost Robert Abrams, James Miller, Barbara Zachary, Imogene Anderson, and Ina Lou Rector. At last we are the leaders of grade school. This sixth year, Virginia Gibbs left us. Nancy Huber moved from Indianapolis and joined our class. Our grade school history wouldn't be complete without mentioning the teachers who directed our study and play and to whom we are indebted for the fundamentals of our education. First of our teachers was Gladys Sutherlin, who is now teaching in Greencastle schools. Our second grade teachers was Mrs. Ruby Perkins Everman, now teaching at North Salem. In the third year, we had Mrs. Helen Hanna, now a homemaker in Roachdale. Our fourth year, the class was divided with Mrs. Hanna and Miss Verona Clampitt as our teachers. Miss Clampitt, the only one of our grade teachers still teachingin Roachdale, also directed us through our fifth gear. In the sixth grade, we had a strong and firm hand to guide us through a tough year, Mr. Eston Cooper, who taught at Roachdale 17 years. Then came the big thrill--our first year upstairs and Junior High--what a class, the largest known in our History. All additions and no losses this year. Wayne Kelly, Melvin Lanham, Virgil Asher, Betty McCloud, Don and Jim Robinson, Kenneth Moore, Roe Webb, Bob Thompson, Richard Holland, Gladys Brooks, Evelyn Witt and Eddie Thompson joined us, however, only Bob, Richard, and Gladys are among the 26 graduating Seniors. During the eighth year, we gained one new member, Sue Thompson. August 1948 rolls around. Now we are actually green Freshmen. All the Barnard Freshmen entered R.H.S. that gear. They were: Mary Eggers, James Carrington, Helen Falconbury, Silas Ronk, Larry Jones, and Marguerite Page. Evelyn Witt also rejoined our class. As confident Freshmen, we set to work. We felt ourselves a power in the school. With feverish class spirit, we enter- ed into school activities. Our part in the Halloween Carnival set us on the way to financial success. We were duly initiated and became full-fledged members of R.H.S. We achieved success in all our efforts this wonderful green year of ours. We, being young, learned fast and soon. ' f 9 Out Sophomore year dawned forth, we now moved to the assembly and fought on and contfmied to gain victories for ourselves at R.H.S. Remember the sublime condescension with which we showed the "Freshies" the rope? Also how the Juniors lorded over us. This year, Wilma Bonlfacius moved from Eubank, Kentucky and rejoined our class. Shirley Oakes from Bainbridge and Bruce Bartlett from Indianapolis also joined our class. 'nrree of our class- mates made the Varsity team--Bob Allen, Bob Thompson and Frank Plunkett. Again welost some of our members--Lola Webb, Evelyn Witt, Marguerite Page, and Sue Thompson. , Suddenly we realize we are Iunlors. In this third year, new fields are opened and there are now only twenty-eight of us to assume leadership. Class rings, Junior Play, llagazlne Sales, etc. Toward the end of the year, there were the delightful secret of Junior and Senior Reception--holding the Seniors in suspense and for the first time Commencement held a significant meaning to most of us. That year Dianne Henley and Betty McCloud left us. I Summer vacation, then Senior dignity! This year was pretty smooth QU sailing--"lt's in the bag". For once we had no additions nor subtractions-- just a few cumpllcatlons. Softball games, Assembly Program, basketball games, deep-snow and ice, no school, square dances, skatlng party, a touch of Senior- iteous, Semi-formal Dance, tourneys, Senior credits, Anmxal, Senior play, .Tun- lor and Senior Reception--Graduation exercises and Senior happiness. Thus on the 22nd day of April, 20 of us pass into the waiting arms of the future. The past is gone--often to be recalled but never to be remade. Wilma Bonlfacius Prophecy A 'fGrow old along with meg the best ls yet to be: the last of life, for which the first was made..." Browning had the right ideas there. So, for a fewsnin- utes, grow a little older with the class of 1952. We now take the class into the future year of Yehudl: We see all, hear all, know all and Leg everything. Bob Thompson has been chosen "Salesman of the year for his outstanding ability to sell his newly invented refrigerators to the Esklmos at the North Pole. They make a warm place for them to sleep in on cold nights. Max Pickel is llayor of Carpentersville and resides on Corncob Avenue. As a side line, he is a sudcessful Auctioneer. He also courts the Belles of Carpentersvllle. Ilm Carrington is looking for a car that can be directed by reavte control to bring him home from Indianapolis as he is still traveling the familiar road to Barbara's house. Dick Crosby ls now the most nromlnent billiard player ln our locality. He ls also head of the Information Bureau. Silas Ronk, a big game hunter in Africa, hunts field mice for scientific research. Wilbert Clark ha grown a small mustache, about a foot long, and is now tellhg the younger generation how hard he worked at school. Ray Wllson, we are sorry to say, has met a sad end. While working ln a circus he tied himself into a knot with the circus fat lady that he cannot get19 untfed. June Holland ls kept busy all day trying to keep tab on her husband from Hollywood--Lou Costello. 10 Dick Holland is now a mechanic in Stumptown working on old luggages-- baby luggage that ls. ' Frank Plunkett is having a housing problem, since he is now six feet fourteen inches a.nd still growing. Charles Rady has returned from a two year hunting expedition in South America. Charles is still single and by the way still looking for the one and only. Shirley Oakes is President of the Green Thumb Society. She and Johnny, the new heads of the Raccoon Greenhouses, have settled down to raise their slx children. V Wilma Bonifacius has finally consented to marry Speedy. They are moving to Kentucky to make their fortune on "stllls". Nancy Huber, Personnel Manager for Ayres Department Store, flies to New York every weekend to buy new clothes. Lola Pickel is now playing in the Broadway Hit "I Caught My Man." She is married to John Crosby. Mary Eggers has gone West to claim her gold mine, which she inherited from her uncle. She spends her spare time counting her income. Esther Kelly is a hearty worker for the Salvation Army. Any school-mates who wish to see her will find her standing on the main street at Roachdale with her little Copper Kettle. Gladys Brooks, head librarian at the Roachdale Library, is married to Harold Bookworm and is raising their four children. Virginia Boller, after graduating from Nurses College, has volunteered to go into the African Jungle to take care of the sick natives. She is flying there in her own plane. Edna Harmless turned traitor to the Army---she married a Sailor. Bob Allen now owns a mink farm in Stumptown and is making very good money. He and Pat reside there with their two children. Arlene Shuee has finally settled down to the quiet farm life with Melvin and their sixteen kids Cgoats, that ish. Shirley Carrington is now living on the West Coast, so she can keep an eye on LeRoy who is still seeing the world from the Navy standpoint. Bruce Bartlettt is now studying the Moon from his cabin in the woods ---alone. Larry Jones is now giving Goose Tatum a run for his money at basket- ball. He ls still running--from Milna Beth. Doyne Cooper is stlll making his week end runs to Kentland to see Sue. They are to be married when he is financially able. This peeping into the class was done by two old Bachelors of the class. ---Charles Rady and Silas Ronk. Class Will L We, the Senior Class of 1952 of the Roachdale High School, being without doubt of sound mind and ready memory do hereby make this our last will and testament. E This will shall be divided into two sections namely: Bequests from the class and bequests from individuals of the class. SECTION I To our dear Alma Mater, we leave a new building, which will not bear our trade marks. 11 To the Faculty, we will a quiet state of mind until September. To Mr. Espey, we will a new quiet and well-behaved Senior Class. To Mr. Dodd, we will a new theme song--"O Where Are My Wandering Boys Ton1ght..' ' To Mr. DeLong, we will all knowledge and facts of Civics we have learned this year. y Im. Mrs. Harshbarger, we will a few innocent Sophomores for begimming typing. To Miss Ward, we will our ability to make the most of arguments. To Mrs. Garriott, we will our ability to cook and to digest it. To Mr. I-Iutchlns, we will our love for the song, "Sundown". To Mr. Risk, we will our ability to pick corn and to make pure oxygen. To Mr. Glllan, we will a more co-operative Chorus. SECTION II I, Bob Allen, will my position as captain on the basketball team to Rommie Hale. I, Bob Thompson, will my ability to go with girls to Bob Page. I, Edna Harmless, will my shortness to Mary Stewart. I, Bruce Bartlett, will my red, curly hair to Milna Beth Farlow. I, Wilma Bonifacius, will my love for one man to Marylyn Copner. I, Shirley Oakes, will my ability to snag a man to any girl who can see lt to their best advantage. I, Dick Crosby, will my ability to be late to class to Fred Berry. I, Raymond Wilson, will my height to Jim Bob Steele. I, Esther Kelly, will my giggles to Jane Winslow. I, Silas Ronk, will my quietness to Eddie Mclntosh. I, Mary Eggers, will my brown eyes to Alice Coffman. l I, June I-lolland, will my phce in aeronautics class to any girl in the Junior Class, who has the knowledge. We, Nancy Huber and Virginia Boller, will our ability to drive a car to Shirley Bartholomew. I, Charles Rady, will my love for trig. to Dorris Sue Hymer. We, Doyne Cooper and Richard Holland, will our ability to make A's in aeronautics to the Junior boys. I, Larry Jones, will my athletic ability to Jane Irwin. I, James Carrington, will my ability to have week-end dates to Elven Holtorif I, Gladys Brooks, will my taste for cinnamon balls to Judy Gough. I, Wilbert Clark, will my ability to be here and yet not be here to Irwin Taylor. I, Max Pickel, will my auctloneering ability to Hazel Davis. I, Lola Pickel, will my Topaz hair to Bob McGaughey. I, Arlene Shuee, will my ablllty to co-operate with sponsors to John Van Vactor. I, Frank Plunkett, will my ability in the field of romance to Carol Hays. I, Shirley Carrington, bequeath the ability to catch a man and hold on to him to Jean Ann Van Vactor. We hereby appoint Mr. Espey as executor of this, our Last Will and Testament. We declare this to be the final Will of the Senior Class of 1952 as written by Mary Eggers. Senior Class Of 1952 I 12 August 24 27 September 4 5 October 5 10 24 25-26 27 November 2 9 12 16 22-23 December 3 18 31 January 11 19 ' 25-28 February 14 16 20 28-29 March 1 Diary Organization Day - 8 112 months of school. Back with our noses to that old familiar grindstone. New teachers, new classes, and new schedules combined to make first day inter- esting, if hectic. But even on this dark day, there is something to look forward to - only 287 more school days till liberation. Beginning of softball schedule - started off with a big banglll! Well enough for that-- Schools out for a big day at the Indiana State Fair. Report cards come out. Twenty-six Seniors confined to quarters. Change in room schedule of classes, due to preparing stage for Junior Play. Several students discovered wandering about halls in state of coma, due to confusion over location of rooms. Performance of Junior Play, other than a few broken limbs and a wet seat or two, they brought their play to a great success with Mrs. Garriott as director. A very much needed 4 day vacation, due to the ,Indiana State Teachers Association. Our first Square Dance was held at the school gym. A good time was had by all,,regardless of aching joints the next day. Our first basketball game of the season with Waveland. Hawks being defeated several points. Alas the game with Bainbridge "Our old rivals" had arrived, with Roachdale outscoring 21 points. Making up for our poor start. Also had Senior pictures taken - Joy, Joy, no classes!! National Education Week - Observed by all I!! Our third game of the season, with another victory over Reelsville. Pretty tough team to beat. Thanksgiving Vacation. A very impressive Christmas Program was given by the elementary grades for P-T-A Meeting. Vacation! starts a week early due to bad weather. Disappointment to alll Return - Exams - No serious casualties among the students. Photographer took pictures for the annual. Another confusing day!! But we don't mind, again we had no classes. Semi-Formal Dance. Dick McKinsey and his orchestra furnished the music. Everyone seemed to have a good time. County tournament held at Greencastle. Our boys played a thrill- ing game agalnst Russellville. Hawks being beaten by only 4 points. Incldentally Russellville came out on top, beating Reelsville by 4 points the final game. Valentines Day. Mail service clogged. The question?s whose been sending the strange letter to Frank. State solo and ensemble contests at DePauw. We had 79 entries this year. Pretty good. Senior exams - This is, a day we've all been waiting for. Ugh! our last time to worry about exams. Sectional Tourney at Greencastle. March always comes ln like a lion and with it comes the monsoons. 13 March April End of second grading period-just 6 weeks and 26 students will turned out to struggle through life, and it will be a Qtrxggie. FHA and FFA Dancer Operetta Senior Play - We all wondered if certain characters would ever learn their parts or if they would appear that night with their play books. Junior-Senior Reception. Every year they seem to get better. COMMENCEMENT Nancy Huber How We Looked Then 14 ,Zi i I I. A 017 0 1:4 ft-I P 2 1 Z ' Z V U 1429 ..-I MQEKQQQSSPIQS 8 I I I I I I I Q I I 3 ! I I 2 2 Q00 0:039590015110100UlCllUDlDDDIlDCf 2 I I I I 2 I I 2 3 2 I 2 I I I I- Juniors Top Row- Judy Gough, Jean Van Vactor tReporterJ, Marylyn Copner, Fred Berry, Robert Page, Elvin Holton, Hazel Davis, Jim Bob Steele. Middle Row- Mrs. Garriott, Carol Hays, Doris Hymer, Alice Coffman, Jane Irwin, Jane Winslow, Shirley Bartholomew CV. Pres.D. Last Row- Milna Beth Farlow, Irvin Taylor CPres.J, Ronnie Hale, Jack Van Vactor, Bob McGaughey, Mary Stewart CSec.l, Eddie McIntosh. Class Motto: "Out of school life into llfe's school" Class Flower: White Carnation Class Colors: White, blue, silver This has been a very busy and a very successful year, financially speaking, for us Juniors. To begin with, we sold refreshments at the softball games in the Roachdale Park. Next came our magazine drive, and we were successful in reaching our goal of one thousand dollars. The losing side of this drive entertained the winners with a turkey dinner ln- November. As a re- sult of a lot of hard work, we cleared one hundred dollars from our paper and scrap-iron drive Next came the Junior Play, "Love Your Neighbor." All class members were included in the cast. During the year, we also gave away three sets of Emmon's jewelry. Our class party was held at Judy Gough's February 20. Last but not least was the J unior-Senior Reception on April 14. Our sponsor this year is Mrs. Marylou Garriott and our assistant-sponsor is Mr. Henry E. DeLong 16 Sophomore: First Row-Sarah Myers, Patricia Henthorn, Leann Allgood, Faye Bonifacius, Bill Hughes, Donna Buxton, Marilyn Asher, Peggy Van Vactor, Berta Graham. Second Row: Patsy Brown, Vera Booker, Shirley Witt, Carolyn Farrow, Patsy Bridges, Marna Reiter, Lenora Roe. Third Row- Mr. Dodd, Saralea Young, Marilyn Buser, Donna Harmless, Betty Holton, Maxine Booker, Ethel Rady. P Fourth Row- Jim Hedge, Eddie Hart, Philip Clark CV. Pres.J, Bill Nelson, David Stevens QPres.J Jim Page fReporter, Marvin Kelly CSec.l, John Berry. Freshmen First Row- Wilma Brooks, Beverly French, Donna Carrington, Richard Farrow, Wilma Taylor, Annabelle Boswell, Nancy Boggan, Bob Keck QV. Pres.J. T Second Row- Jack Davis, Martha Stewart, Shirley Carpenter, Annette Radford, Janet Myers, Janet Jeffries CReporterJ. Third Row- Bonnie Duncan CSec.D, Harvey Graham, Ronnie Gossel, Sandra Crosby, Marilyn Williams, Glenn Evans, Mrs. Harshbarger. Fourth Row- Norris I-Iarbison, Richard Nelson, John Martz, Everett Curran, George Radford, Raymond French, John Kessinger iPres.J . 17 e Eighth Grade ..-.-- .,,,.. ,mn , Y K First Row- John Frazier, Raymond Keck, Tommy Gatlin, Kermit Hartman, Larry Corbin, Walter Stevens, Marvin Plunkett. Second Row- Delmas Abbott, Darlene Shillings, Wilene Hart, Joyce Duncan, Wilma Kelly, June Abbott. Third Row- Mr. Risk, J oed Case, Deanna Cooper, Joanna Boller, Janet Hays, Julia Brooks. Fourth Row-Bill Blue, Paul Gibbs, Margaret McCloud, Paul Shillings, Donald Perkins. Seventh Grade 1 First Row-Marcia McFerran, Carol Young, Edgar McFarland, Byron Gough, Roger Clark, Bob Boller, Shirley Simpson. Second Row- Freddie Huber, Judy Farrow, Junior Copner, Patsy Jeffries, Barbara Reiter, Geraldine Hartman, Patty Hicks. Third Row-Everett Carson, Gary Bennington, Jerry Rusk, Hubert Hyten, Richard Graham, Jimmy Boller, Mr. Hutchins. Fourth Row- Bob Taylor, Leo Davis, Lucy Howard, Judy Van Vactor, John Curran, Judy Witt, on eynos 18 JhR ld. W A 'G QN KV X 9 '. V o ' ' 4 N 1 4 I 4 4 4, 1 . I fi f? 'R 5 JN N fl Student Council Standing- David Stevens Qlleporterj, Bob Keck, Miss Ward CAdv.J, Patsy Jeffries, Larry Corbin, Philip Clark. Seated- I ohn Kessinger, Freddie Huber, Larry I ones, Bob Thompson CPres.D, Mary Stewart CSecJ, Delmas Abbott, Irvin Taylor QV. Presol C Fire Patrol Mr. Espey, David Stevens, Irvin Taylor, Philip Clark, John Kessinger, Bob Keck 23 F.H.A. 1 T02 Row-M arna Reiter, Jean Ann Van Vactor lllistorianb, Marylyn Copner, Marilyn Asher, Mary Stewart, Arlene Shuee, Lola Pickel, Shirley Oakes, Nancy Huber tPres.D. Middle- Virginia Boller, Shirley Witt, Sarah Myers fSec.J, Leanne Allgood, Patricia Henthorne, Peggy Van Vactor, Patsy Bridges, Judy Gough. Last Row-Mrs. Garrlott, Ethel Rady, Betty Holton, Patsy Brown, Alice Coffman, Jane ol Hays QV. Pres.J. F.F.A. To Row- John Martz, Jim Carrington tPres.7, George Radford, Everett Curran, Max Pickel lReporterD, Bob McGaughey. Middle- John Berry, John Kessinger CSec.J, Wilbert Clark CV. Pres.J, Norris Harbison fSentineD, Jim Page. Last Row- Bob Keck, Fred Berry fTreas.J, Mr. Risk, Bill Hughes, Elvin Holton. 24 Jr. Band IXCJ Cllbfll 26 ROACHDALE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1951-52 Date Opponent Where Played ll-2 Waveland Waveland ll-9 Bainbridge Bainbridge ll-16 I-leelnville Bainbridge ll-2l Russellville Bainbridge ll-30 New Winchester N. Winchester I2-I Ladoga Ladoga 12-5 Fillmore Bainbridge I2-7 New Market C'ville Armory I2-ll North Salem Bainbridge 12-I9 Brownsburg Brownaburg I2-21 Ladoga Ladoga l-4 Bainbridge Bainbridge I-9 Belle l'nion New Winchester I-ll Amo Amo I-25 and 26 County Tourney Greencastle 2-I Linden Ladoga 2-H Fillmore- Lldllll 2-15 Russellville Marshall 2-23 Cloverdale Greencastle 2-28-29 3-1 Sectional Tourney Greencastle WALTER DODD 1-Coach ' HUGH M. ESPEY-Principal LZZIYZILZIIZ X PQRTS Fight Team Fight Qur Team in Action Jr. High Cheerleaders 30 Freshmen Team first Row-Glen Evans, Harvey Graham. Second Row- Bob Keck, John Kesslnger, Everett Curran, Mr. Dodd, Bill Nelson, Philip Clark, Ronnie Gossel. Jr. High Team - Walter Stevens, Everett Carson, Junior Copner, Hubert Hyten, Marvin Plunkett, Delmas Abbott. Second Row- Larry Corbin, Raymond Keck, Tommy Gatlin, Mr. Dodd, Paul W. Gibbs, Buddy Hartmann, John Frazier. 31 Baseball First Row- Bob Allen, Bob Thompson, Larry Jones, Jim Bob Steele, Jim Page, Charles Rady. Second Row? Mr. Espey, Eddie Hart, Dick Crosby, I ack Van Vactor iMgr.l, Frank Plunkett, Irvin Taylor, Mr. Dodd. B Track First Row- Bud Holton, Bob Allen, Bob Thompson, Bob Page, Fred Berry. Qecond Row- Jim Carrington, Irvin Taylor, Larry Jones, Mr. Dodd, Frank Plunkett, Dick Crosby, Eddie Hart. 32 Custoclians Q Mr. 8: Mrs. Luther Steele . Hot Lunch Force Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Carrington, Mrs. Van Vactor, Mrs. Evans, Manager Mrs. Garriott Qcenterl. 33 L . E N 1 35 '. eo . 4 VBS N5 'Q s 4 , n Q9 I. 'Q . . . Q v 4. . v 4 Q '. v Q 1 4 v -rl! If,f 'A n 1 1 I. 5 J-,fir "' 1 ,,f -. ,tb-W 4 0 ,- ,,,. 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We believe that if we are to serve, grow, and profit, we must bend every effort to help you to serve, to grow, and to profit ---- Roochclcale Bunk and Trust Company 'SINCE 1892 MEMBER F. 'D. I. C. J-A" ' p i , ' ll limi , Compliments Of . IVANHOE Congratulations Compliments I Of For FALLER cLo'rHING STORE Soda Fountain Service Go To IRWIN S Roachdale, Indiana CREEKBAUM MARATHON STATION Roachdale Congratulations From I ONES' GRGCERY Roachdale Roachdale Indiana Compliments REED Sz SANFORD Barber Shop Roachdale Compl1ments BELL GARAGE Tune Up Roachdale General Repaurs And Sharpemng JOHN BULLOCK Congr atulat1ons Semors From HENRY DELONG Of P O Box 240 Phone 100 Compliments From LOU' S GRILL Plate Lunches All Sunday Dinners Luella Wertz Roachdale Compliments Y PALACE 24 Hour Service E Gilbert O'Hair MOORE 'S SUPER SERVICE Standard Products Case Farm Equipment Roachdale Compliments From HANKS BROS Complete Food Center An Locker Service Bainbridge Oil d Steaks ---- Short Orders Of d Compliments Of CH AND C VARIETY STORE Roachdale And Bainbridge V Fine Class Rings Announcements Compliments Yearbooks Awards of JOSTEN'S Since 1897 FRIEND Representative: Ken Eslinger 2019 Crawford Terre Haute, Indiana Athletlc Equlpment Cameras And Equlpment Chrxstmas Novelties Sportswear Luggage Hunting 8: Fishing Equlpment 115 Fulton Street And Licenses 126 East Main Street New York' New York Crawfordsville, Indiana SUNSHINE ART STUDIOS SPORTSMAN'S SHOP Distinctive Greeting Cards "Good Luck Seniors" A. 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HUBER Plumbing And Heating Contractor Bainbridge Indiana ' c' 11 lt omp men S Congratulations of From B N-'roN DINER BAINBRIDGE O LUMBER ' COMPANY The Mark's Bainbridge Bainbridge Compliments Ladoga Indiana Of HERMAN DAVIS CHEVROLET BOUSE PHARMACY Phone 96 Ladoga, Indiana The Prescription Store Compliments From WENDALL BLAYDES Ladoga A Complete Line Of Furniture H C BRUNST Meat And Groceries Indlana Compliments Of LADOGA DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 62 Ladoga Compliments Of LADOGA GRAIN AND p FEED COMPANY Ladoga, Indiana Compliments HE NLE Y' S RESTAURANT Don And Merle Henley Congratulations From Phone 155 Charles R Rady Roachdale OCCO Compliments Of ALLEN'S BILLIARD HALL Roachdale Roachdale B R QUINN Dentist Phone 81 Saturday By Appointment Roachdale Thursday, Friday And Compliments From C6?mpllments Of HAN'NA'S HARDWARE The Place To Buy Roachdale L ROACHDALE DRY CLEANERS Courteous And Dependable Service Nothing Too Small Roachdale PREVO'S of Greencastle .Serving Putnam County Over 50 Years Congratulations From I Old Reliable WHITE CLEANERS 24 Hour Service Specialized In Dry Cleaning Only Greencastle, Indiana PI'9SC1'1Pt10HS A Specialty DEEM SHONKWILER IEWELERS Insecticides Pure Drugs Diamonds China MULLINS DRUG STORE Watches Crystal N L Donelson Sterling Gifts 13 S Indiana Street Greencastle, Indiana Greencastle Compliments Of MILLERS' GRILL Junction 36 43 Compliments BOB MYERS AUTO SALES Greencastle, Indiana MCMILLAN Athletic Goods Co , Inc For Over A Quarter Of A Century Terre Haute Ind1 ana For Better Plumbing And Heating Call KRUG PLUMBING COMPANY Crawfordsville, Indiana Outfitters To Champions New Idea Implements Complete Lme Of Parts C A. STEVENSON New Market, Indlana Compliments From COCA-COLA Bo'r'rL1NG co Crawfordsville Indiana Compliments Crawfordsville, Indlana Of T 8z R GRILL B.. F. SUVERKRUP, D.C. Chiropractor . . I Crawfordsville, Indiana ' ' -' --. - , ., . WILSON BROS. ' Geraniums I 1 . , ., I African Violets Novelty And Bedding Plants . Member Of Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association Flower Shop Raccoon Greenhouse Phone Phone 2 on 44 - Roachdale 15 On 209 DUNCAN AND GORDAN Compliments Of Massey Harris And Ferguson Tractors McFARLAND AND MILLER Farm Machinery MONUMENT WORKS f I And Electrical Appliances Crawfordsville Indiana North Salem Phone 90-A Compliments COIHPIIIDGHIS Of COLLEGE INN THE GOLDEN RULE 129 S Washingtgn Your Fashion Store Cr awfordsville CI' awfordsville Indl ana Indialla HALL'S HARLEY DAVIDSON SALES Harley Davidson Motorcycles Parts And Accessories Riding Equipment E College Street Crawfordsville .X l YOUNG BROS. MARKET ' Phone 94 Ladoga Compliments I I e Compliments HOME APPLIANCE STORE L F GWALTNEY, MDI Burkett Goslin Roachdale Roachdale COM PLIMENTS OF Roochdole Elevator ROACHDALE INDIANA of Of Owner ' ' ' ' FLEENOR' S REXALL DRUGS Compliments Prescriptions of A Complete LIne Of BOB DEAN'S FOOD MARKET Drugs And Merchandise I Greencastle Greencastle KERSEYMUSIC CO Compliments Of MOORE 'S SHOE STORE Best Shoes For Everyone Everything In Music Always Latest Styles, Patterns Phone 113 HARRY MOORE 3 North Indiana Street EastsIde Of Square Greencastle Greencastle All Prices - All Sizes The Smith Studio on Comero Shop HIGHWAY U s 41 soU'rH ATTICA, INDIANA Company GO0DMAN'8 McCormick - Deering Tractors And Department Store ' Machines International Trucks Crawfordsvllle Russellville HESTER sl COOPER L. G. ETT R Zz SONS Compliments E of Authorized Dealers S2168 5 S61'V'lC6 Ford Cars STONE Trucks, 2 COMPANY And Tractors - New Market Indiana WHITE CQTTQN HARIJWARE MOTORCYCLE SERVICE John Deere Implements INDIANA MOTORCYCLES Maytag Washers "Red" Chaney Hot Point Appliances - Ph0n62 549 p 201 E South Phone 27 Wavelgnd Crawforddville Furnaces 8: Plumbing And Equipment Compliments Congratulations of From HOLLY'S FIRST CITIZENS Friendly Sales 8: Service p Oldsmobile And Pontiac Bank And Trust Company General Repairing A11 CHS Greencastle Anytime Indiana 115 N Indiana Phone 297 Greencastle, Indiana HOME SUPPLY INC Compliments Of Norge And Deepfreeze Appliances Sylvania And Arvin Television GREENCASTLE TYPEWRITER Siding And Roofing of All Types Sales And Service GREENCASTLE KING, MQRRISON FOSTER C0 C B HAMMOND IEWELER "Fords Since 1910' Phone 268 Greencastle Greencastle 2 11 East washington st. PUTNAM MOTOR SALES Dodge -- Plymouth 110-118 North Indiana St. Phone: 648 Greencastle CLOVERLEAF DAIRY Your Surety Of Purlty Pasteunrized Dairy Products Cottage Cheese Buttermllk Chocolate Waynewood Co , Inc Phone 1150 Cr awfordsville, Indiana Compliments Of I C PENNY CO Comphments Of SCHLOOT FURNITURE Indiana Congratulations From IDLE HOUR Skating Rmk Crawfordsville Compliments Of METZGER LUMBER COMPANY Cr awfordsvllle Greencastle Cl ' Q! Cream CO. Crawfordsville GREENCASTLE Compliments Of TRACTOR SALES R AND s Boor SHOP Your Ford Fine Footwear For A11 Occasions Tractor Dealer Greencastle The Bornord Gram Company, Inc GRAIN COAL SEED FARM SUPPLIES FERTILIZER GRINDING AND MIXING "ONE STOP SERVICE ' , O O GOOD - RICH FEEDS 3 From INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Insurance Sz Auto Financing Hess Sales And Service Greencastle Greencastle C0mP1im9HfS Of Congratulations HUDSON CARS AND- cox AND MATTHEWS Comphments Of KIGER AND COMPANY, INC Indnana Headquarters For School Supplles And Equipment 54 58 W New York Street Indlanapolis, Indiana Your Kiger Representative Dlck K1ger Comphments "The Best Sold Is Meadow Gold' WILLIAMS SERVICE STATION Compliments 601 South Washlngton Crawfordsville, Ind1 ana MEADOW GOLD Compllments DAIRY SERVICE LAUNDRY Milk And Ice Cream AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY Crawdmrdsvllle Cr awfordsville, Indiana Low Prlces Everyday We Feature SWIFTS QUALITY MEATS 416 E. College Street L. E. West, Owner Crawfordsville Of , 9 Of Of BOND AND HAMBLE N Barnard Grocery Good Meats And Vegetables Barnard, Indiana Congratulations From HGCSIER PETE :M 19 PAGE INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance 710 North Jackson St. Phonezvo Harold Eastham, Mgr. Ngrth Salem Greencastle Compliments Of MONON GRILL Everybody Read Steaks - Chops Homer?-l5?a3eSPies um-IE DAILY BANNER' Glenn Deem Open 24 Hrs. "It Waves For All" Greencastle Greencastle 0. L. VAN CLEAVE, Jewbsler CANN0N'S A Good Place To Buy Your Watches And Dlamonds Bainbridge In Putnam County 61 Years Compliments Of THE JAMESTOWN PRESS Harold F. Miller Established In 1873 .T amestown From DEEM'S STEAK HOUSE Steaks Lunches Short Orders 103 East Washington St. Greencastle Congratulations JAMES A. SI-IUMAKER General Construction Phone: Roachdale Raccoon CHARLES -KERSEY MOTORS 22-26 S. 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BOOK STORE Gifts -- Stationery ELSTON BANK AND TRUST CO Books U Records Crawfordsville School And Office Supplies Member Of Federal Deposit Crawfordsville Insurance Corporation Best Of Luck Seniors LA DON THEATRE Roachdale, Indiana T0 ROACHDALE SENIOR CLASS FROM Hacks Body Co , Inc BUILDERS OF ALL STEEL ARCH BILT SCHOOL BUSES LEBANON INDIANA CONGRATULATIONS O 3 COMPLIMENTS OF I O I Williams, Beck 81 Hess GENERAL CONTRACTORS ROACHDALE , INDIANA SHERMAN THOMPSON Sz SONS Bulldozer Servi ce Gravel And Sand Delivered Basements And Ditching Phone Roachdale, Indiana Phone 125 Compliments RAY C. HE NNON Builder And Roofing Contractor M Sz R SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Road Service Phone 132 Roachdale, Indiana OLIVER DEALER Russellville WEIR SHOE STORE - Crawfordsville ENNIS CLODFELTER - Russellvile WESTERN ATUO ACCESSORIES Crawfordsville BEN HUR SPORTSMAN SHOP Crawfordsville C. O. HAFFNER - Crawfordsville BOOSTERS Excavating-Crane And Tires-Batteries-Accessories Roachdale Indiana


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