Staunton High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Staunton, IN)
- Class of 1953
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We, the class of 1953, are proud to
dedicate this annual to our sponsor, Miss
Eva Veach, who has guided us through our
year of termination.
We hope this dedication will convey in
part our appreciation for her patience, kind-
ness, and personal interest in each of us.
1 MISS VEACH
LAWRENCE RICHARD TROUT
Student Manager ........... 3
Hi-Y ............. l, Z, 3, 4
MARJORIE ANN REDIFER
EVELYN KAY BARR
Tri-Hi-Y..... ....... 1. Z. 3
DORIS DIANE ELLMORE
Tri-Hi-Y.... .... ..l,, 2, 3,
Head Librarian. . . .... 2, 3,
H- .............. , , .
ARGYLL L. BURNS
Student Manager. ..... .. Z.' 3
Hi-Y...... ...... ......3.4
Band.......... ...1.Z. 3
Tri-Hi-Y.............. 3, 4
MELVIN THOMAS TURNER
DELORES D. BAYSLNGER
Lib:-arian.............. 3, 4
BILL JOE LEE
Y ... ...4
Hi-Y............. 1, Z. 3. 4
MARY HELEN ROGERS
Commercial Course .
PATRICIA JOAN KENNEDY
Basketbalh...-......... Z1 3
Hi-Y...... 3 4
LELAND ERNEST FAGG
Band..............l, 2. 3, 4
WADE E. CANDLER
CATHERINE JO SCHEID
MADONNA JUNE SIEGELIN
Tri-Hi-Y............l. Z. 3
CAROLINE G. BUTT
ANNA MAE GARRISON
ALICE ANN BROWN
Yell Leader......... Z, 3, 4
......... 3 4
H-Y..............l, Z, 3, 4
SUSAN PHYLLI5 TROUT
Band. . . .-
PHYLLIS JOAN TROUT
Yell Leader.....,... Z, 3, 4
JAMES ALBERT HAYWARD
Yell Leader.............. Z
DORIS I. ARCHER
H-Y................... 3, 4
EDITOR, WADE CANDLER
Catherine Schied Bonnie Baysinger
Tom Turner Mary Helen Rogers
Larry Trout Larry Videll
Early in September of 1949, the thirty-six members of our class became Green
Freshmen. Soon came Initiation Day--the girls were decked out in gunny sacks and
men's shoes, and the boys wore girl's dresses and women's shoesg that night the
class of 1950 "threw a party" for us. That year several of the girls joined Tri-Hi-Y,
and the boys became members of the Hi-Y and the basketball and baseball squads.
Our sponsors were Mrs. DeCoursey and Mr. Payne. The class officers were Kay
Barr, president, Larry Trout, vice-president: Catherine Scheid, secretary: and
Marjorie Redifer, treasurer,
No longer were we "Green Freshmen the next yearf'--thirty-four of us had gone
on to become Sophomores. That year the school yell leaders were all members of
our class--Caroline Butt, Phyllis Trout, Billie Stewart, and Jim Hayward, Bill
Lee and Buddy Candler made the varsity squad in basketball: Diane Ellmore was in-
stalled as head librarian, and Caroline Butt was chosen office girl. We had mem-
bers in Band, Chorus, Hi-Y, and Tri-Hi-Y. In the early part of 1951, Staunton
drew Brazil in the Wabash Valley Prelim: beat them, and went clear through to take
the Prelim Tournaments. Again in the Sectional we Mew Brazil, and again took the
tourney. Congratulations, Mr. Roeschlein! Our sponsors were Mrs. Smith and
Mr. Payne, and our officers were Buddy Candler, presidents Ralph I-lowald, vice-
president: Bobbie Kay Houston, secretaryg and Evelyn Kay Barr, treasurer.
The Junior year began by our electing Buddy Candler, president: Catherine
Scheid, vice-president: Kay Barr, secretaryg and Patty Ballinger, treasurer. Our
sponsors. were Mrs. Meyer and Mr. Scheid. In the fall, we took the class of 1952
to Turkey Run for the day--and two of the girls in our class got lost! The play we
chose and produced was a three-act comedy, "A Case Of Springtime." ln the
Carnival, we produced a Colored Minstrel, as we had done the year before: Caroline
Butt and Phyllis Trout were re-elected yell leaders, along with Margaret Casassa
and Bette Carpenter. Our class rings were ordered early in the year, and came on
November 23, during Thanksgiving holiday. I We elected members of the paper staff
as follows: Sue Bannon, Editorg Diane Ellmore, Business Manager, Circulation
Manager, Phyllis Trout: Sports Editor, Bill Lees Reporters, Caroline Butt and
Marjorie Redifer, Typists, Catherine Scheid, Kay Barr: Joke Editor, Ralph I-Iowaldg
Artist, Larry Videll.
In the fall of 1952, twenty-eightof us entered our Senior year. Our officers
were Kay Barr, president: Larry Trout, vice-presidentg Diane Ellmore, secretary,
and Marjorie Redifer, treasurer. Our sponsors were Miss Veach and Mr. Albrecht.
Again Caroline Butt and Phyllis Trout were elected yell leaders, along with Bette
Carpenter and Margaret Casassa of the class of 1955. In the fall, the class of 1954
took us to Turkey Run. Then came the long awaited time of having Senior pictures
taken, and ordering name-'cards and commencement invitations. The play chosen to
be presented by the Dramatics Class was "Hobgoblin House." The Carnival, in which
all of the classes helped, was a success.
Sunday, May 3, baccalaureate services will be held in the school gymnasium.
Tuesday, May 5, at 8:00 o'clock, commencement services will be held. Then on
Friday, May 8, the twenty-eight members will walk out the doors of Staunton High
School, to return only as alumni. L -
We, the Senior Class of '53, being of sound mind and memory, now about to de-
part from this school life, do hereby make and solemnly declare this to be our last
will and testament.
To our Alma Mater, we will the privilege of always having students that are as
well-behaved as the 'Senior Class of '53 has been through its' twelve years at S.H.S.
To the Faculty, we will the right of giving unannounced tests, and the privilege of
exercising the strict discipline, which it established this year, upon all future Senior
, ARTICLE III
I, Doris Archer, will my health book to Mary Jo Hughes.
I, Susan Phyllis Bannon, will my maidenly ability to blush to Reba Butt.
I, Evelyn Kay Barr, will my privilege of getting to sing at some of the school ac-
tivities to Nancy McDonald,
I, Bonnie Baysinger, will my seat in the assembly to some deserving Junior.
I, Delores Baysinger, will my quietness to Jackie Jones.
I, Alice Ann Brown, will my seat in civics to Mary Jo Hughes,
I, Argyll Burns, will my ability to do nothing and yet make "B's" in physics to
I, Caroline Butt, will my knowledge in health to Jackie Jones.
I, Donald Butt, will my ability to part my hair on both sides to Jim Ollie.
I, Wade Candler, will my ability to struggle by in'civics with a "C" average to
John Evans, who will surely need it.
I, Diane Ellmore, will my civics book to any deserving Junior.
1, Leland Ernest Faggn will my position as manager of the Coke Machine to any-
one who wants it.
I, Anna Mae Garrison, will my right to be the shortest one in my class to Jane
I, James Hayward, will the 1953-'54 basketball team the right to win all games.
I, Ralph Howald, will my right to set the shop on fire to the welding class of next
I, Patricia Kennedy, will my right to get a poodle.cut every year to Jo Ann LeMay.
I, Bill Lee, will my position as Sports Editor of the school paper to anyone who is
smart enough to take it.
I, Charles Myers, will my personality to Marion Burns.
I, Marjorie Redifer, will my hair to the bald members of the faculty ----- including
I, James Ridgway, will my driving ability to John Lorenze.
I, Mary Helen Rogers, will my civics book to my little sister,
I, Catherine Scheid, will Joyce Lynch the right to keep pencils in her desk, even
though Don Kidwell does take them all the time.
I, Madonna Siegelin, will my ability to come to school bright and early every
morning to Barbara Kennedy. --
I, Larry Trout, will any ability anyone thinks I have, to anyone who wants it.
I, Phyllis Trout, will the right to argue with Mr. Albrecht in commerce class to
I, Melvin Thomas Turner, will my ability to go with one girl longer than two weeks
to Don Kidwell.
I, Larry Videll, will my ability to not go to bed over the week ends so as to not
waste any valuable time, to anyone with a cast iron stomach.
Signed this 5th day of May, nineteen hundred fifty-three, h
The Senior Class '
F ifth Grade
Third and Fourth Grades
Second and Third Grades
Principal, Mr. Watts.
Office Girl, Caroline Butts,
Znd Year Algebra
Baysinger, C. Biggs,
Baysinger, D. Ellmore,
Evans, J. Botner,
Maxey, and N. McDonald.
Home EC, Room
One warm Sunday in May, 1963, while Kay and husband were sitting in their
backyard watching their two children about the yard, they saw a light blue Cadillac
convertible pull into the driveway. Kay couldn't imagine who it could be with out of
the state license plates. Who should step from the car but Catherine Scheid, Kay's
After several minutes of excited talking, Catherine invited Kay to have lunch
with her and Sue, whom she was to meet later at the Silver Spoon, a very famous
restaurant. Kay's husband said he would watch the children, so Kay got her hat
and purse and they started off.
On the way, Kay told Catherine that a year after graduation from high school,
she had married a history professor and that they had moved to California. They
had come back to Brazil to visit their relatives and had decided to stay until winter.
Catherine told Kay that she had liked Washington, D. C. so well when she was
there on the Senior Trip, that she had gone there to work after she had graduated
from college in '57, Catherine said that she was visiting her folks now and had left
her twin girls with them.
As they passed through Staunton, they noticed an ultra-modern drug store with
the name "Hayward's Haven" on the front. The name sounded familiar so they
decided to stop to see if they knew the owner. Surely enough, the owner was Jim
Hayward, one of their old classmates. Jim told them that he and Jane Maxey had
been married the year after she was graduated from high school. Jim said that he
had started a drugstore soon after his graduation and that he now had drug stores in
everyone of the important cities in Indiana, but that he managed the one in Staunton
personally. After talking for a few minutes more, Kay and Catherine continued on
They were so busy talking that they didn't notice that the light was red. Almost
immediately, a policeman pulled along side the car. Who was it but Wilbur Warner,
another one of their classmates! He was ready to give them a ticket and a summons
to appear in court when he realized who it was. He told 'them that he had married
Joyce Heiliger in '5'7. They had to move on as they had blocked traffic for two
blocks back on Main Street. They said good-bye to Wilbur and drove off promising
not to run any more red lights.
They had now reached the suburbs of Staunton when they passed a new housing
unit. In just an instant, they discovered they had a flat tire. Catherine pulled over
to the side of the road, and they went up to a cute ranch style duplex house to see
whether they could use the phone to call a garage man. They were greatly sur-
prised when another one of their old classmates, Wade Candler, answered the door.
He offered to change the tire but Catherine said that she had no spare so he called
the nearest garage. H
While they were waiting for the repairman to arrive, Wade told them that he
had married Avilla Hibbs in '58 and they had just moved into their new home. They
asked him about Argyll Burns, and his reply was that Argyll had married Alta
Hibbs in '58, too, and they were living in the other half of the duplex. Wade and
Argyll owned a construction company and they had just finished this new housing unit.
Wade told them that Argyll and his wife were vacationing in Canada.
Just then the repairrnan arrived, and they found it to be Charles Myers. Charles
said that he had just bought the garage a few days ago, and was doing very well.
While Charlie was repairing the tire, he told them he had married Nadine Hayes in
'55. It took Charles only five minutes to fix the tire, and shortly they continued on
They now had reached the restaurant. As they came to a stop, they both re-
marked what a beautiful restaurant it was. Since they were late, Sue had already
selected a table and was waiting for them. While they were waiting for their order
to be taken, Sue told them that she was visiting her parents. She now lives in West
Virginia, where her husband owns a large ship building company. She said she had
a two year old son. Her husband couldn't accompany her and their son, as his
business held him in West Virginia.
As they picked up the menu to give their order, they noticed the name Melvin
Thomas Turner, Proprietor. They asked the waiter whether they could speak to
Melvin. He said he would call him. They hardly recognized Melvin, as he was
smartly dressed and dignified. With Melvin was his pretty wife, the former Joan
Gilbrech. They had been married soon after Joan graduated and they said they h-ad
owned this restaurant for nearly two years. Melvin had to leave for he had some
important business to be taken care of.
Their dinners arrived and they noticed on,the cream pitchers the name "Butts'
Dairy." They wondered whether it could be Don Butts, another one of their class-
mates. A strangely familiar couple was seated at the next table. They were soon
recognized as Leland Fagg and his wife, the former Doris Archer. They came over
to talk to the girls. Leland told them that he owned a large farm south of Brazil.
He and Doris were married in '59, and now have an eighteen months old daughter.
They asked Leland and Doris why Don's name was on the cream pitchers. Doris
said Don had a very large dairy farm south of Brazil and that it furnished all the
milk for Clay and several other counties. She said that Don had been married for
five years now to a pretty secretary he met when he was in Washington getting his
revolutionary new milking machine patented.
After finishing their lunch, they decided to go to a movie. They got into quite
a discussion, and Catherine, who wasn't watching where she was going, backed into
a cream colored DeSoto, denting the front fender. She got out of the car to see
what damage had been done. The occupant of the other car happened to be Larry
Trout. They were all soon busily talking about old times. Larry introduced them
to his wife, the glamorous movie actress June Russell, whom Larry met when he
became chief producer of Paramount Studios. He told them they had four children.
They asked him about Phyllis Trout, and his answer was that she had married .Tim
Brown two years after graduation and that they were now living on South 59. Dur-
ing the discussion over old times, the bent fender was completely forgotten. Time
was slipping away, so they told Larry and his wife good-bye and decided they had
time to visit Phyllis before the movie began.
Phyllis lived in an adorable Cape Cod home. She was very much surprised to
see them. She invited them in, and they were happy to see another of their class-
mates, Caroline Butts. Caroline informed them that she was on vacation from
Panama where she had spent the last five years as a government health supervisor.
Caroline has not married, but she told them she was engaged to a rich plantation
owner in Panama. They realized they didn't have much time before the movie be-
gan, so they wished Caroline and Phyllis the best of luck, and continued on, their
The movie which was decided upon, was at the Brazilian Theater which was
ve ry modernistic, which just had been erected. After parking the car a few feet
from the theater, they went to the box office to buy their tickets. They were
greatly surprised to find the cashier to be Madonna Diegelin. Madonna told them
she had taken the job as cashier in this chain of theaters and that her husband
owned this new theater. They asked her about her school chum, Marjorie Redifer,
who, Madonna said, was married to the owner of a large Standard Grocery Store
Chain, Marjorie married in 1957.
When they went into the theater and sat down, they had no more than got set-
tlcrl, when Kay got a face full of water, for she had been shot with a squirt gun!
Kay tapped the little boy's mother on the shoulder to tell her of the unorderly action
of her son. When his mother turned around, Kay was surprised to see that it was
Mary Helen Rogers. Mary Helen apologized for her son's behavior and suggested
that they go to the lobby to talk. Mary Helen said that she was married to the
manager of the local Bell Telephone Company. She met him when he accidently
overheard one of her two hour conversations when he cut in over the wire while
working on the telephone lines. She said that Alice Brown had married Wayne
Muncie soon after graduation and that he was now manager of the local Public
By the time they were through talking, the movie was over, and they said good-
bye to Mary Helen.
Since the afternoon was warm, they decided to get a coke. As they walked back
to find a booth, they heard someone call their names. They found that person to be
Diane Ellmore. They sat down at her table and began talking with her about old
times. Diane is married to the vice-president of the Murphy Company whom she
met when he presented her with a special award for being one of the outstanding
salesladies of their company. Diane said Bonnie Baysinger was now living in
Indianapolis where her husband, Wayne Hutcheson, is employed at Allison's as
assistant manager. She said that Bonnie had six children, three boys, and three
There was not much time left before dinner, so Kay, Sue, and Catherine were
once again on their way. Catherine discovered the car was almost out of gas. She
pulled in at the nearest gas station, which also had a secondhand car and motorcycle
lot on the side. Ralph Howald emerged from the station to fill the tank. He told
them that he and Jim Ridgway owned the service station. He showed them a picture
of his wife, who was very pretty. He said that she was a WAC whom he met while
he was in the Navy and that they had two small daughters, aged two and three. They
asked him about Larry Videll, and he said that Larry was a well-known artist, and
was married to a rich southern belle from Little Rock, Arkansas.
While they were waiting for Ralph to clear the windows, Jim Ridgway another
classmate, drove up in a new fire engine red Buick, with Hollywood mufflers. Jim
recognized them and came over to talk. He also showed them a picture of his wife,
a former Powers Model, who was very glamorous looking. Jim and his wife have
four children, the eldest being in the third grade. They told Ralph and Jim good-
bye and good luck and drove away.
They decided to drive through Forest Park to see if it had been improved in any-
way. As they drove past the picnic grounds, they noticed two very familiar people.
Catherine stopped the car, and they knew immediately that they were Anna Mae
Garrison and Delores Baysinger. Delores told them that she and her husband own
an insurance agency, and were well pleased with their work. Anna Mae said that
she was kept very busy taking care of her two children, whom she had left with her
parents for the day.
They told Anna Mae and Delores that they didn't have much time left, so they
said good-bye, and promised to visit them in the near future.
While driving from the Park they decided to go bowling. They had heard of a
new bowling alley just opened and decided to go there. As they were paying for
their shoes, they were struck with the familiar face of the cashier, who was
Patricia Kennedy. They asked Patty how long she had been working there, and she
told them that she and her husband had bought the bowling alley three years ago.
She told them she and her husband liked their work and that she had won the Women's
Championship Bowling trophy. .
It was so crowded that there was no vacant alley, so they decided to leave..
They walked back to Patty's counter and told her they had to leave, but they would be
back soon, They wished her luck in winning trophies.
Once again they were on their way. Sue had to be home early, because she had
promised her children a bedtime story. When they reached Sue's mother's house,
they saw a car in the driveway, with an M. D. license. Sue was alarmed and ran to
the house. They found that it was all a false alarm. Sue's father, thought that her
youngest child had swallowed some marbles. But Dr. Bill Lee assured them the
child was all right. Bill said that he had a good practice, and that he had his office
in Staunton, which was now quite a large city, with one of the largest and most
modernistic school in Indiana.
Kay said that she would have to be leaving, for she had to fix the evening meal.
Catherine and ,Kay told them all good-bye and wished Bill success in his practice and
told Sue to visit them very soon. ,
On the way to Kay's, they discussed the day and all of its exciting happenings,
and both agreed that they never dreamed things turning out so well for everyone in
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Bus Dfiqygrs Hunt, Fagg, Dierdorf, Burns, Walt
The group of underclassmen on the basketball team did a very good job
even though they didn't win all their ball games this season, they were full of
pep and played their very best. The season started out kind of slow but as it
went along the team made much progress. The great handicap of the team
was the lack of height: the tallest boy, Bob Burns, being 5'9". David Barr, a
lanky Sophomore of 6'l", started the season but broke the cartilage in his knee
during the St. Bernice game and cou1dn't play the rest of the year. Since none
of the players will be lost and all will be growing taller, "Whitey" is looking
forward to a very good season next year.
The "B" team fared better than their bigger brothers, winning nine games
while losing only five. From the opening game until the final one, the Fresh-
men were improving greatly and are going to help next year with their experi-
The 7th and 8th grade team had a good record of winning ten and losing
only two. They played in the Y. M. C.A. Tournament and beat Rankin of
Terre Haute and then lost to Otter Creek, which is a very good team. The
school is proud of these boys as they will someday make up the varsity.
The Fan Gooster organization was active this year and did much for the
teams and school. A bus was provided for the students to attend all away
games and the boys were treated to a meal at all home games.
The Staunton High School baseball team had a very successful season win-
ning five while losing only two games, and finishing second in the Clay County
Conference. Prospects for the coming season are very bright. Standout
pitchers were Tom McCullough and John Evans. The outstanding hitters were
Bob Burns, Harry Mayle and Max Shaffer. One of the outstanding games was
winning over Ashboro 13 to 1,
Staunton 13 Ashboro 1 Staunton 7 Bowling Green 0
" 5 Fontanet 4 " 12 Coalmont 13
" 3 Van Buren 5 " 5 Clay City 4
" 9 Ashboro 0
Junior Class Play
Phyllis Trout--Carnival Queen
EVELYN KAY BARR LARRY TROUT
President Of Senior Class Vice-President Of Senior Class
Carnival Queen and Her Attendants
Seated, Queen Phyllis Trout
Attendants, Joyce Lynch, Linda Lynch, Ruth Felton,
Ellen Botner, and Janice Hardman.
Senior Square Dance
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KIDD INSURANCE AGENCIES
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BLUE BONNET RESTAURANT
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CLAY COUNTY FARM BUREAU
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Best Wishes to the Class of '53 from
Lawson 8i Son
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Are Answered Promptly.
In case of apparent need, day or night, just dial 2234,
we'd rather be called and not be needed
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502 W. National Ave. Brazil, Ind
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Dinners - Short Orders - Sandwiches M. Sz W. Shoe Store
Homemade Pies - Good Coffee WGS Tots
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112 Mile W. of Brazil, on U.S. 40
We Appreciate Those Donating
For Our Annual
Sincerely Hope That You Are Pleased
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Office Supplies - School Supplies
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BRAZIL ROOFING 81 SIDING CO.
Phillip Carey Materials
Retail or Applied
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MOORE'S GENERAL STORE
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We Have That Something Different
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Furnace Vacuum Cleaning
Armstrong Forced Air Furnaces
Guttering - Metal Flue Tops
18-20 N. Franklin St.
Phone 25766 Brazil, Ind.
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Your International Harvester Dealer
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"Brazil's Oldest Name In Heating"
All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work
217 W. National Ave Phone 9081
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A Safe Place to Bank Since
1885 Complete School Supplies
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Riddell Bank Bldg. Brazil, Ind
In Earle Hotel Congratulations to Seniors
and WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Phone 2232 22 E. National Brazil, Ind.
Operated by Clarence Raab
H. C. ARCHER, JEWELER BRAZIL ART SHOP
Watch Repairing 23 North Walnut Street
21 N. Walnut Brazil, Ind. I Phone 7056
DR. W. E. BERNLOCHR
4 1l2 E. National Ave.
27 Years Same, Location
Say It With Flowers from 7
Ben H. Coffman
25 N. Walnut St. Phone 2384
Sz Goodyear Tires
Brazil, Ind. Phone 2498
John W. Lawson
Your DeSoto-Plymouth Dealer
MOTOR SALES, INC.
930 W. National Ave.
Phone 2369 Brazil, Ind.
"Let Us Care for Your Car"
Pick up Sz Delivery Service
H. PAWLEY LUMBER CO., INC.
Brazil, Phone 2397
Center Point, Phone 74
CENTRAL SMOKE HOUSE
Sodas - Cigars - Pool - Candy
Scores of All Games
Phone 9346 Brazil, Ind
WEST END PHARMACY
H. L. Neidlinger, Prop.
Drugs Sz Fishing Tackle
School Books Sz Supplies
Phone 466 402 W. National Ave.
S. A. RANDALL 8. SONS
Firestone Wholesale Distributor
Furnace 8: Burner Oils
Phone 2205 Brazil, Ind.
Just A Good Place To Stop
Open Day Sz Night, 702 W. National
Good Coffee - Eat A Bite
FRANK CUNNINGHAM 8. SONS
Roofing - Paints - Wallpaper
Floor Sander Rental Equipment
Ice Cream - Magazines 206 W. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
Phone 27131 Brazil, Ind.
l.G.A. MARKET 101 S.
PHYNE MOTOR CO.
Depot Phone 200
CREWES HOME DECORATORS
A Paints - Wallpapers - Draperies '
JACK 81 BUCK
The Old Corner
Shuffleboard - Eats
Floor Covering Phone 5911 Brazil, Ind.
216 W. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
FRANK BAYER 8. SON
Men's Furnishings Sz Shoes
114 W. National Ave.
Phone 26076 Brazil, Ind.
WE I N LAND
Serving Clay Co.
for 80 Years
Steel of All Descriptions
For the Newest, Styles
In Men's Sz Young Menis Clothing
5 W. National Brazil, Ind.
Willys Overland Sales Sz Service
102 N. Walnut St. Phone 2419
We Specialize In
Complete Radiator Service
BRAZIL BEAUTY SHOP
Specialities in Permanent Waves
Corner Walnut Sz National Ave.
Hours: 8:30 A.m. - 5 P.M.
Be At Home With
The Home Folks At The
20 N. Walnut St.
Your Comfort Is Our Aim
Good Luck Seniors
LIBERTY CAFE SERVICE STATION
II4 Mile W. on State Rd. 40
, MORGAN'S CAFETERIA
Where Good Food Is Formost
Chet Sz Martha Morgan, Props.
Phone 2474 Brazil, Ind.
3 W. National Ave.
8 N. Walnut St. Brazil, Ind.
For Insurance in All Forms
Loans - Personal Sz Real Estate
Real Estate Sales Sz Management
WM. PIERCE 8. SONS
Plumbing Sz Heating
Coal - Gas - Oil
Sheet Metal Works
547 E. National Ave.
Phone 9336 Brazil
BEE LINE GARAGE
549 E. Jackson St.
EAST END FRUIT MARKET
Fruits Sz Vegetables
GIRTON FEED STORE
Definate Feeds for Definite Needs
635 East National Ave.
Phone 5911 Brazil, Ind.
Homemade Pies - Sandwiches
557 E. National Ave.
Phone 8341 Brazil, Ind
BRAZIL IMPLEMENT CO.
Ford Tractors - Dearborn Equipment
Iron Fireman Oil, Coal, Gas Furnaces
Hot Water Heaters
711 E. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
Best Wishes from
J. C. SHATTUCK, M.D.
Physician - Surgeon
The Prescription Center
107 W. National Avenue
Brazil, Ind. Phone 5546 Phone 28-406 Lucille Decker
Congratulations Seniors DAMM'S
OEHLER'S Sc 8. 51.00 STORE
Phone 4361 Brazil, Ind.
Music - Gifts
109 W. National Phone 21556
We Invite You to Visit our New Store
Homemade Candies, Fountain
THE KOPPER KETTLE
111 A W. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
BELL INSURANCE AGENCY
Rooms 213-15, Citizens Bank Bldg.
Phone 2283 Brazil, Ind.
"Insure Today, Be Sure Tomorrow"
SHAFFER 81 CO.
Phone 25-926 Brazil, Ind.
Everything for Strip Mining
Quality Gasoline Sz Motor Oils
939 E. Nat'l Ave. Brazil, Ind.
For Good Food - Courteous Service
SILVER STAR RESTAURANT
617 E. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
FRODERMAN CHEVROLET SALES
Chevrolet - the Complete Car
307, E. National Avenue
Phone 6761 Brazil, Ind.
REESE SUPER MARKET
THE BRAZIL GAZETTE
"The Home of Planned Printing"
Commercial Printing Sz Publishing
Phone 2262 559 E. National Ave
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WHITE S GROCERY is " ' mm
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Corner of Forest Ave. Sz Jackson 4 mi
. , Q' l- ' Q.-I. :Fl It 1'
Open After Hours
MILLER 8a SONS
Groceries 8: Meats
Everything Good To Eat
308 N. Alabama St. Brazil, Ind.
STANDARD MACHINE CO.
Sz General Repairs
Franklin St. Sz Penn. R.R. I
TASTY PASTRY SHOP Insurance Unlimited
106 W. National Ave. R. w. GASWAY '
Brazil Phgne 21186 223-24 Citizens Bank Bldg.
Everything That's Tasty In Pastry Phone 5256 Brazil, Ind.
BPDWELI, GENERAL ROOFING 81 SIDING CO.
Sells the Tires 208 E. National Ave.
Phone 2252 Brazil, Ind. Phone 2424 Brazil, Ind. E
Best Wishes to the Seniors
Call Us for Reservations
Service At It's Best
Phone 25426 Brazil, Ind.
CITY COAL YARD
"The Coal We Sell- Sells Our Coaln
125 S. Forest Ave. Brazil
Clay County's Largest
DRS. BAKER 81 BAKER
RAY L. COUGHANOWR 8: SON
110 S. Walnut St.
Phone 99,81 Brazil, Ind
For Complete Insurance Protection
Sandwiches - Coffee - Lunches
Served Six Days A Week
15 S. Forest Ave. Brazil, Ind.
No. 1 Pharmacy, Inc.
The Prescription Store
W. E. SHERFEY FURNITURE, INC.
Furniture Worth Living With
103-105 E. National Avenue
Phone 2402 Brazil, Ind.
HARELD E. CHANEY
Zenith Hearing Aid Agency
Jewelry - Made to Order
xQuality Gems - Watch Repair
3 E. National Ave. Brazil, Ind
SHELL SERVICE STATION
Corner of Depot 8: Main
BRAZIL GLASS SERVICE
Auto Sz Window Glass - Plate Glass
Mirrors - Table Tops
Phone 8256 - Home Walker
16 N. Meridian St. Brazil, Ind.
HAMM 8. CRAFTON
315 W. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
Marathon, the Best in the Long Run
STITZLE MOTOR CO.
419-425 W. National Ave.
Oldsmobile "Rocket 88"
Joseph A. Conrad, Jr. Brazil, Ind.
J. D. SMITH 8g SON
401-411 W. National Ave.
Phone 2288 Brazil, Ind.
Phones: Office, 4591, Res. 27585
T. W. McCAMMACK 8. SON
616 E. National Ave. Brazil, Ind.
DON FRENCH PAINT BODY SHOP
19 N. Depot St. Phone 2454
The Store of Dependable Merchandise
Dry Goods Sz Furnishings
6 W. National Ave. Phone 9516
Your Local A 8g P
Best Wishes Seniors
For The Trim Look
207 W. National Ave.
C. L. McCULLOUGH
6 1l2 W. National Ave.
Phone 26051 Brazil, Ind.
-DR. H. H. THACKER
THE BEAUTY BAR
11 S. Walnut St. Brazil, Ind
Mildred Corbin, Alberta McMains
CITIZENS TE LE PHONE CO.
OF CLAY COUNTY, INC.
"Courtesy On Party Lines
Make Your Calls Brief"
CENTRAL BARBER SHOP
1 W. National Ave.
James Harney CProp.J
DR. RAY MIENHEART
Compliments of Q
BRAZIL STORE OF VALUES, INC.
Men's 8zBoys' Wear
Knight Block- Walnut Sz Main
4 W. Nat. Ave. Brazil, Ind.
Phone 21051 Brazil, Ind.
GI LTZ FURNITURE STORE
Open Evening Sz Sundays -
F01 Your Convenience 2 W. Nat. Ave. Brazil, Ind.
109 E- Nam Hubert Sz Anna Gutz
Phone 21286 Brazil, Ind.
THOMAS M. SMOCK
101 E. Jackson St.
Farm Bureau Insurance
Complete Insurance Service
Life - Auto - Fire - Farm
Brazil Phone 2361
G 81 F CORPORATION
Old Hickory Block Coal
Brazil's Finest Block
Howkins Bldg. Phone 2269
Where The Charm of Newness
11 N. Walnut St. A
Brazil, Ind. Phone 7711
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Samuel C. McQueen, Owner
9 N. Walnut St. Brazil, Ind.
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