Triton Central High School - Tigerama Yearbook (Fairland, IN)

 - Class of 1963

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X 1 "E,'wk57,5efl'fji7'1,Q1i,fW-F115 'L - fi 53fK12?3Sf'7Wf2' S-I . .gm kg-1 fgsff ,Q Q - ' ,GN 'wiifiiiwgv 515,22-xiiflizzkgi y5i1?41ff s tm 4? ' 1 D6d1C3t1OH Thrs year 1963 the frrst Seruor Class wrll be gradu ated from the new Trrton Central I-hgh School We reallze that th1s new burldmg represents much hard work and plannrng on the part of the communrty thereby helpmg many to obtaln a better educatron and rn so domg wrll open more doors to brrghter and brgger opportunrtres We the Senlors of 1962 63 dedrcate our yearbook to all of you who have helped to make dreams become plans and plans become real1t1es To you we offer our srncere thanks and apprecratron Senror Class u o 1 1 ' 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 uperintendent We are living in an age of rapid technological change. Electronic digital computers can, in a few hours, outperform a man's lifetime of work. Telstar and other developments of this "space age" has reduced communication with all parts of the Universe to a matter of minutes. Along with change comes a certain amount of unrest and indecision. This is basically true because of lack of understanding. It is our desire that with our fine new educational facilities that we may help to alleviate some of the misunderstandings through a good, sound educational program. It is out sincere hope that you have been prepared to meet the challenge that faces you as you leave Triton Central High School and make your place in today's society. Congratulations! and Godspeed. --William Curry, Superintendent o 5 , i High lf, Z chool fl in Principal I I May I commend you upon our first successful year at Triton Central High School. We are now looking forward to our first commencement exercise. To many of you, this program will mean graduationg to many others, it will mean a goal toward which your educational plans will lead. In graduation, or your effort toward it, we hope that your stay here has helped in the strengthening of character and in a genuine interest in continuing your educational program. To the seniors, we wish for you the best in health, happiness, and prosperity. To the undergraduates, we wish for you a desire to strengthen your educational background in order to successfully compete in this demanding world. --William Breck, Principal Chool Board Fred Chueden Arthur Coers Herman Gray Roy Stillabower Joseph Rice Mrs. Dorothy Hasler Charles H. Phares Carl Scheffler Jerry Shaw BUILDING CORPORATION Thomas Pfendler Chalmer Miller Robert Barger Wayne Miller Millard Eck Robert Howard Fuculfy If 'N4i-al1"- ARVIL CALLIS Okland City College Teachers' College English Science - Health Physical Education GEN EVA ASBERRY Indiana State ARTHUR D. DOBBINS Concord College Physical Education Social Studies "" " BILL FORD DEXTER FRAVEL MARGARET HASLER Franklin College Oakland City College Butler University Science Social Studies - English Art ,TERRY V, HIGGINS RALPH IOEST PAUL E, KNIGGA Franklin College Purdue University Valparaiso University Mathematics Vocational Agriculture Business Science "' NANCY E. DURELL Butler University Music - English 1 Wm S W1-:.....a., Wh-sw GEORGE W, I-IENSLEY Miami University Industrial Arts BONNIE LAWHEAD Indiana State Teachers' College Home Economics Science EUNICE MCKINNEY JANET MALLOY DONAL MENDENHALL SHIRLEY MENDENHALL Franklin College Asbury College Franklin College Franklin College English - History Home Economics History English Spanish Arithmetic JANICE MORAN GARY L, MYERS MARGARET MARION ROSS Butler University Indiana State PARMENTER Indiana State History Teachers' College Monmouth College Teachers' College Band - Chorus Mathematics - Latin Guidance - Commerce LEWIS SAVINI WYNEMA SCOTT MARVIN TUDOR FRANCES WHITINGER Indiana University Franklin College Butler University Butler U Commerce - English Physics - Chemistry Ggvernmemg - Drivers Library Mathematics - Guidance Education Service Staff MARC IEL LA NE ' LILLIAN RICE 3 MILDRED PERRY MARY ATKINS WAYNE EVERHART JOE STONE . , 5 -.,,., Merrett Borden, Ray Wilkins, Harley Mohr, Noah Brooks, Robert Dake, Irvin Gambrel, Herman Tillison, Wayne Mohr, Denzil Smith, Joe Rice, John Bush, Royse Waltz, Wm. Beynon, Ed Harlamert, Forrest Updegraff, Lester Miller, Delmar Allison. Qezgey, SENIOR OFFIC ERS Jerry Pauls Vice President 'dy 2 Mary Josephine Wyrick President E CLASS MOTTO The Task before us is Judy Wilkins never as great as the Secretary power behind us. Sherry Hill Treasurer C LASS FLOWER Kose CLASS COLORS Powder Blue and White LINDA JUNE ADDISON LYNDA ASHER JOHN BOOTH JENNESS KAY BUSH JOE CA LLOWAY DON CARNINE MARY CATHERINE CAUFIELD NANCY ELLEN CHUEDEN BOB COLLIER SAM DYKSTRA IR MAURICE EADS DIANA KAY ELLIS BUDD ENSMINGER IANICE FISHER JAMES GINN LARRY GRAY PATTY ANN GRIZZLE DAVE HAMILTON RUTH ANN HEPPNER CAROL SUE HILL LINDA LOU HODGE MICHAEL STEPHEN HOLDREN 5. PAULA GAY HOWARD JOHN HUBER JUDITH ANN LANE MAX LARKEY ROBERT LOWES JOYCE PAYE MAY GARRY STEPHEN MCQUEARY KENNY RAY MERRY IR. CHERYL IANNAE MILLER CANDACE SUE MORRISON Nh-M JUDITH ANN NORTHRUP MARY LOU OELSCHLAGER "QS-manga IEANETTE KAY OWENS SUSAN CLARK PFENDLER V ii. W A 'N . , fan Qffw . xxuxxk . 5 , i . J ts V -- - . ,Q- CAROLYN SUE PHARES CHARLES PLYMATE DON RICHARDSON SUSAN KAY RUSCHHAUPT MICHAEL DALE SCOTT JIM SEATON SHANNON MARIE SHELTON STEVE SMITH NAOMI SUE STAINBROOK MERRILL WAYNE STORM IUDITH ANN SULLIVAN JANE E. TAYLOR Ng.-1 , SALLY J. WEAKLEY EDWARD E. WENDELL JANET MARIE WILKINS Senior Index LINDA JUNE ADDISON: Cheerleader 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 25 S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Office Staff 2, 3, 45 S. S. S. Secretary 35 F.F.A. Sweetheart 35 Prom Court 3 LYNDA ASHER: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Annual Staff 45 G.A.A. Secretary 25 S. S. S. Chaplain 45 Pep Club Representative 15 Choir 25 S. S. S. Queen Candidate 15 G.A. A. Queen Candidate 2 JOHN BOOTH: Newspaper Staff 4 JENNESS KAY BUSH: Cheerleader 1,2, 3,45 S.S.S. 1,2, 3, 45 Pep Club 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Student Council 45 S. S.S. Vice President 45 Annual staff 45 F.F.A. Sweetheart Candidate 15 S. S. S. Sweetheart Candidate 35 Prom Court 35 Student Council Secretary 4 JOE CALLAWAY: DON CARNINE: Basketball 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 District Choral Festival 1, 2 MARY CATHERINE CAUFIELD: Saint Mary's Academy 1, 25 S. S. S. 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 4 NANCY ELLEN CHUEDEN: S.S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 15 Library 45 Band 1, 25 Chorus 15 Commencement Usher 35 Student Council 35 Annual Staff 45 District Music Contest 2 BOB COLLIER: Pep Club: Track 1 SAM DYKSTRA JR.: Vernon Twp. 1,2, 3 MAURICE EADS: Pep Club 3,4 DIANA KAY ELLIS: Chorus 15 S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 District Choral Festival 1 BUDD ENSMINGER: Basketball 15 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 45 Choir 1,25 Class Vice President 35 District Choral Festival 1, 2 JANICE FISHER: S.S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1,25 Choir 25 District Choral Festival 1, 2 JAMES GINN: Basketball 15 Cross Country 15 Track 15 Pep Club 25 Lettermen's Club 4 LARRY GRAY: Basketball 15 Track 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3,45 F.F.A. Secretary 35 Dairy Judging 25 Crop Judging 2, 35 Poultry Judging 1 PATTY ANN GRIZZLE: S. S.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Shelby County Choral Festival 1, 25 Chorus 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 DAVE HAMILTON: RUTH ANN HEPPNER: S. S.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4: Library 3,45 Class Treasurer 25 Newspaper Staff 4 CAROL SUE HILL: S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 District Choral Festival 1, 25 G.A.A. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Librarian SHERRY HILL: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer 3, 4 LINDA LOU HODGE: S.S.S. 1, 2, 3,45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Chorus 1, 25 Choir 35 Pep Club 25 Choral Festival 1, 2 MICHAEL STEPHEN HOLDREN: Track 1, 25 F.F.A. 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Chorus 15 F.F.A. Reporter: F.F.A. Par- liamentarian5 Commencement Usher 35 Dairy Judging 1, 3,45 Crops Judging 1, 2, 3,45 Soil Judging 3 PAULA GAY HOWARD: S.S.S. 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Cheerleader 15 G.A.A. Reporter 25 G.A.A. Vice President 35 G.A.A. President 45 Library 15 Office Staff 1,45 Annual Staff 45 Prom Court 35 Girl's State 35 G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4 JOHN HUBER: F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. President 35 County Dairy Judging 1, 2, 3, 45 District Dairy Judging 2, 35 State Dairy Judging 25 County Livestock Judging 1, 2, 45 Basketball 15 Commencement Usher 35 Boy's State Alternate5 Annual Staff 4 JUDITH ANN LANE: S.S.S. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A.A. 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 Chorus 1 MAX LARKEY: Basketball 1, 3,45 Baseball 1,2, 3, 45 Track 1,45 Cross Country 15 Letterman's Club 4 ROBERT LOWES: Cross Country 1, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Track 15 F.F.A.: Varsity Letterman5 Livestock Judging 2, 3, 45 Dairy Judging 2, 35 Soil Judging 35 Crops Judging 25 F. F. A. Vice President 3, 4 ioYcE FAYE MAY: s.s.s. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,a5 Majoreue 2,3,45 chorus 1,25 District Choral Festival 15 Annual staff 45 Office Staff 1 GARRY STEPHEN MCQUEARY: F.F.A. 1,2, 35 Chorus 1 KENNY RAY MERRY JR.: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 15 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Office Reporter5 Letterman 's Club: Letterman's Club Secretary 15 Dairy Judging 2, 3,45 Livestock Judging 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 1, 2, 35 District Dairy Judging 3, 45 State Livestock Judging 3, 45 Baccalaureate Usher 3 Semor Index Connnued CHERYL IANNAE MILLER G A A 1 3 4 S S S 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 DISIIICI Choral Festlval 1 2 Newspaper Staff 4 CANDACE SUE MORRISON S S S 1 2 3 4 S S S Treasurer 4 Pep Club 1 3 4 Pep Club Reporter 2 Class Secretary 3 Newspaper Edrtor 4 Chorus 1 2 Class Reporter 1 D1str1ct Choral Festrval 1 Baccalaureate Usher 3 IUDITH ANN NORTHRUP S S S 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 4 G A A 3 Annual Staff4 MARY LOU OELSCHLAGER S S S 1 2 3 4 G A A 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 3 JEANETTE KAY OWENS S S S 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 G A A 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Cho1r 1 2 Class Reporter 1 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Baccalaureate Escort 3 JERRY PAULS Annual Editor 4 Drstrrct Latln Contest 2 Cross Country 3 4 Track 3 4 Commencement Escort 3 Basket ball 1 Class Secretary 1 2 Class V1ce Presldent 4 Letterman s Club 4 SUSAN CLARK PFENDLER Pep Club 1 2 3 4 S S S 1 2 3 4 S S S Secretary 3 4 Cho1r 1 2 Chorus 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Band Treasurer 2 Commencement Usher 3 Drstrlct Musrc Contest 2 3 4 Dlstrrct Twrrllng Contest 2 3 Drstrlct Choral Festlval 1 2 State Musrc Contest 2 CAROLYN SUE PHARES S S S 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Cho1r 2 Class Reporter 3 Annual Staff4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Band Reporter 2 School Photographer 1 2 3 4 Commencement Escort 3 D1str1ctLat1n Contest 2 D1str1ct and State Math Contest 3 Natronal Scrence Foundatron Award rn Physlcs 3 Drstrrct Muslc Contest 1 2 4 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 Governor s Youth Councrl CHARLES PLYMATE Baccalaureate Usher 3 Pep Club 3 4 DON RICHARDSON F F A 1 2 3 4 Drstrlct Dalry Judge 3 4 County Darry Judgrng 1 2 3 4 Llvestock Judglng 3 4 S011 Judgrng 2 3 Crops Judgrng 1 2 3 4 SUSAN KAY RUSCHHAUPT Class Presrdent 1 Class News Reporter 2 Prom Court 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Cho1r 1 2 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 Band Secretary 1 S S S 1 2 3 4 S S S Pres1dent4 S S S P1an1st3 S S S Drstrrct Muslc Contest 2 3 4 State Muslc Contest 2 3 MICHAEL DALE SCOTT Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Annual Staff4 F F A Letterman s Club 4 Boy s State 3 Class Vrce Presrdent 2 Presrdent Letterman s Club 4 Baccalaureate Escort 3 JIM SEATON SHANNON MARIE SHELTON S S S 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Prom Court3 G A A 1 2 3 4 G A A Reporter Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff4 STEVE SMITH Cross Country 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 F F A 1 3 4 F F A Pres1dent4 Commencement Usher 3 Crop Judglng 2 3 4 Sorl Iudglflg 4 Lrvestock Judglng 1 2 3 4 NAOMI SUE STAINBROOK S S S 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Newspaper Staff4 MERRILL WAYNE STORM F F A 1 2 3 4 Crops Judgrng 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 4 D1str1ctChoralFest1val1 2 JUDITH ANN SULLIVAN S S S 1 2 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Chorus Reporter 2 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Newspaper staff 4 Student Councrl 3 4 Hobo Hop Queen 1 JANE E TAYLOR S S S 1 2 3 G A A 1 2 3 G A A Reporter 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff4 SALLYJ WEAKLEY Cheerleader 1 3 4 S S S 1 2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 S S S Secretary2 G A A Secretary 3 G A A Reporter2 Annual Staff4 Band 1 2 4 Chorus 1 2 Cho1r 2 Offlce Staff 3 4 Baccalaureate Usher 3 Grrl s State Alternate 3 Prom Queen 3 G A A Queen Candldate 1 F F A Queen Candldate 1 D1str1ct Band Contest EDWARD E WENDELL Chorus 1 Pep Club 3 4 IUDITH LYNN WILKINS Class Secretary 4 S S S 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Cho1r 1 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 D1str1ct Choral Festrval 1 2 JANET MARIE WILKINS Class Reporter S S S 1 2 3 4 S S S Chorrster Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff4 Cho rus 1 2 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 Chorr 1 2 MARY JOSEPHINE WYRICK S S S 1 2 3 4 G A A 3 Class Presrdent 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Newspaper 4 Drstrrct Choral Festrval 1 2 . . : ...,, Q...,,,: Q: .,,: QQ" ' ,Q :...,.,S... 3 ,,Q 5 Q 's ,Q z". ' Q ,:...Q :...,.,Q ..., 9 ,,: .,Q" '.. :...,,,Q -.,: ..., s ,Q ',Q ,.: Q c : Q" ' Q ,Q ,Q Q - Q .Q ' ' Q ' : ,,,Q...,,,Q... ,Q ',: ,Q ,. is 3 Q.. . ,. .,: . :...,,,s ,,,Q ,Q 's Q Q ,,,: s Q" ' 1" 9. . . . . ,,g.. .': , . : s . :. ..,,, :" ' .Q ' '.,,Q' ',: . .yi ,,,' Q ' s Q a ,,,Q ,:' QQ" ' ,Q Q...,,.Q... ' Sweetheart Candidate 23 Girl's State 3g Commencement Usher 3g Indiana All-State Band 25 District Math Contest 3: 1 ,,,Q .,,Q .1 Q ' s' Q ' ' il ' Q ...,,. : Q ...,,, : ,,,Q : ,,.: QQ. ..,, ' 1 Q :...,,,Q Q :. ..,. ,Q ' .,:" 'Q A ...,,, Q .Q Q" '.Q ,,,: 9 ',: . :...,,Q ...,, a . z ...,,, z s Q ,,: ,Q 'Q' ,Q Q" Q ' ' 1" . : Q Q , : :....,,: ,,,Q ,Q 'QQ ,,,: : :...,,,s... 's ,..: :- ',Q 'Q :...,,,Q...Q ' .Q .: Q" I 1 Class Histor In the fall of 1951 our parents pushed us out into the "cruel old world" of education. We began as three separate classes at the old Boggstown, Fairland, and Moral schools. At the end of the seventh grade in the spring of 1958, each of the three townships looked forward with anticipation toward the consolidation of the three school systems the following fall. Commencing with the eighth grade, we became acquainted with our new fellow classrnatesg and during the next five years, many close friendships developed. We entered high school as "Green Freshman" and spent most of the year collecting leaves, insects, and dissecting rats for biology. Eagerly studying, we be- came "Clever Sophomores. " We thought ourselves excellent in all subjectsg but soon found that a few subjects, for example, Latin and World History, could cause preplex- ing problems. Our junior year found us strong and ready to take the "bull by the horns to conquer the next two years to attain our goal - graduation. Our activities were many and varied. Among these activities were the selling of concessions at all the home ballgames, and our most important activity, however, was "Some Enchanted Evening, " the Junior-Senior Prorn, which was, as its theme implies, Some Enchanted Evening. In retrospect as Seniors, we view the last five years with fond memories of lunch lines, class meetings, pep sessions, and the hectic rush to and from classes. During the past year in our new building, we have encountered many new situations. Among them is manipulating locker combinations. We, the Seniors of 1963, are proud to be the first graduating class of the new Triton Central High School and thank all those for helping to make this possible. We believe that future classes will make use of the many opportunities afforded them in our beautiful new building. Anderson, Lonnie Asher, Betty Barnes, Michael Berry, Jerry Black, Beverly Bowers, Micheal Brandman, Tom Brooks, Robert Bryant, Eddie Cooper, Carolyn Cooprider, Tony Crum, Georgeanna Deiwert, David Denslow, Roger Dewey, Richard Donnella, Steve Drake, Cheryl Eck, Pamela Gannon, Sheryl Gay, James Kaster, Grey Bartlett, Beverly Cravens, Mary TFCHSUICF Secretary President Giltner, Madaline Grizzle, Margaret Hamilton, Carol Hamilton, Linda Harrell, Larry Harrell, Terri Hendrickson, Jimmy Henson, Jim Huffman, Gary Jones, Clifford 'ff 'wk ' we 1 fw...0iv, 'KW'-' .. 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Ollis, Carol Paris, Donald Pfendler, Mary Jo Phares, Mary Alice Piatt, Bob Plymate, Sharon Qurazzo, David Rice, Larry Rowe, Bob Rund, Linda Scoville, Cyndie Shelton, Norman Shelton, Roger Sizemore, Gloria Skinner, John Smith, Karen Stainbrook, Ruth Stone, Jimmy Stuckey, John Suits, Wayne Upton, David Van Hook, Mary Waltz, Marvin Wayman, Mike Weaver, David Wright, Leilani Young, Randy Wells, Mike Wells, Isaac Winebarger, Jim Witham, Kay Woodall, JoAnne Autographs U 1, ,r x , f J ,Q 2 Q Q QV UK nk Q3 1, 1 N xw J Op my N' gi W X Cf' 4 , LN 17 X X67 yfifj fv pjmifiq I , WWW MM' Ubfjupj! MJ fgwnwjdja VJ ,i J Y ff Mfg! fb MM! M 4 'X ff jgpw WM few,-J XV jj X PM MK! my fy M My M1ff Mg 43 AW .lj IJ GM L W Q WUA LV My I M fpiwff W DW ' fb' 5 jjj V X x. 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Wilborn, Linda Jo Whitha Wright, Judy Yonts, Brenda m, David utographs U X IJ fx-K F ml' 'F QV! Y ,SR U A ,H ' FI. U Q . ,. L 'JX . q. .LU 1 M Al T, , A N ' 9 - 5 , X v W '1 'if IL I QV xg: Lv . J 1 Fl ,I ,VV 1 X 3 2 wily? ' il iff N 'Q' 'Z "ff 'All l s X ' X X 11 U 'X Ivy 'WAV Y 551 mx M A 'AX X ' J LUN , ig l NJ, Tjixx , lu ,NV , 4 ' ' -m 1 , 'EJ 75 P Q! aff! pu if f . J v J i X , ' A T TJ 9 b X M xfwf ,f , X91 Ju F -PVWJ . 1 gf' Q, DXF-Q! Y x -Umm ' S , 1 xX , S Q Q1 YZ x W X wk R Y':1xXlQfQ :L XF fx fqvf Q' xr 4, ,, J, , nm J-4, , ,-f 1 , il gl ' O 'V 1 f M0 YX -X ,. .X x PXCXX W ,N . K v I! X R T555 X: WV 2 N X N5 x f N -MN-L X-I ,. 'x Aix JL ' xx L7 it . gb ' Qx . f f- L3 '52 x T A 1 A x X ,X Q W U L Q X ? - 1 X I I I! ISS! '33 UJKJVL ' A N -X ,X 6 I' :D QS Jam M' Q tw Ki x LU ' 4 A X. K' he N ,,, w . x X5 ri Xu TJ: .4 Q 'R Xi Qi fx' 5 5 N5 Q3 S5 'A K5 U Q Y x Crganizaiions ,, Student Advisors MRS. WYNEMA SCOTT Dean of Girls MR. MARION ROSS Dean of Boys Q Annual Staff J. Huber, C. Phares, Mr. Savini, S. Weakley, J. May, J. Northrup, L. Asher, J. Bush, P. Grizzle, M. Scott, J Owens, P. Howard, J. Pauls, N. Chueden Jerry Pauls, Editor Nancy Chueden, Subscription Manager Paula Howard, Assistant Editor Jeanette Owens, Business Manager Carolyn Phares, Layout Editor Sally Weakley, Advertising Manager Lynda Asher, Literary Editor Joyce May, Class Editor Patty Grizzle, Typist John Huber, Sports Judy Northrup, Typist Micky Scott, Sports Jenness Bush, Activities Editor Mr. Savini, Sponsor x Last fall the Seniors found that they had an extra load on their shoulders because now they were the leaders of the school organizations and had to set the example for the underclassmen . . . They realized that their success in studies, athletics, and leadership would have to be at the peak because there would be no "next year" . . . This year has marked the turning point for many . . . but the seniors will always look back on their high school days as a magic time of life that can never be again. We the annual staff hope that we have captured in this book a few high school memories for the entire student body as well as for this year's seniors. Q Newspaper Staff I STANDING: J. Taylor, M. Caufield, J. Lane, J. Wilkins, R. Heppner, I. Fisher, J. Booth, I. Sullivan, S. Hill. SEATED: S, Shelton, M. Wyrick, Mr. P. Knigga, C. Morrison, N. Stainbrook. Student Council 1 E f I e i 'Y STANDING: T, Wilkins, L. Hite, I. Bush, G. Crum. SEATED:.J, Sullivan, K. Cravens, L. Helms. Library Staff Whitinger. f ROW ONE: S. Weakley L. Asher, L Addison P. Howard S Shel mn. Row TWO: S. Hill, S. Rouse B. Black, P. Eck I. Shoopman r'-fr STANDING: Mrs. Whitinger, B. Lowes, M. Holdren, R. Myers, M. Fisher, G. Miller, C. Burch, B. Bader, R. Heppner. SITTING: A k' , Jen rns, G. Crum, L. Allen, C. Johnson, N. Chueden, C. Bassett, F. Collier, S. li ,Aww ,Q R Weaver S Shelton B Taylor C Rickard - , X Vx I - A Nga : ,kkk,, .. .yr v7,L.,. J V ' ' 4... liifif .,.. M 7 A ' .. - ?-K?5A7F'f5?WWhssflgfsg.. ' rrl . . , . .L ,L., at A ' '- ,-it-Z .2 ' ,. 2 . "Lexx A' A Vddd' J f I b v V, 4 N, , ,k.L L , In A7 A V1 . l ssslrs 2 . ,. .Y ROW THREE: C, O111s, r ..,,' .,,, ,V I . , . - 1 1 Honored BACCALAUREATE ESCORTS: Micky Scott, Jeanette Owens USHERS: Charles Plyrnate, Lynda Asher, Candy Mor- rison, Kenny Merry, Jim Ginn, Sally Weakley. COMMENCEMENT ESCORTS: Carolyn Phares, Jerry Pauls USHERS: Mike Holdren, Nancy Chueden, Susan Pfend- ler, Iohn Huber, Susan Ruschhaupt, Steve Smith. eniors ,I in fall W W MV Carolyn Sue Phares D.A.R. Representative Paula Howard Girls' State Susie Ruschhaupt Girls' State Micky Scott Boys' State 4 F 5 SSS Leadership Frances Whitinger, Sponsorg Candy Morrison, Treasurerg Kathy Robinson, Corresponding Secretaryg Genness Bush Vice Presidentg Susie Ruschhaupt, President, Susan Pfendler, Recording Secretaryg Lynda Asher, Chaplaing Mrs. Wynema Scott, Sponsor. i Girl o fthe Year IENNESS K. BUSH Sweetheart JUDY PATTERSON Sunshine Society The aims of our Indiana Sunshine Society are service locally and donations to our state project - the R113 Fund, All the money for this project is earned by the girls in each society, The extra share of Y kindness and thoughtfulness for the needy, the forgotten, and the ill is worth for more than any estimated tar value The entire organization is one of SERVICE. All sponsors, all district and state deans mone y . serve without remuneration of any kind. The secret of the outstanding success of the Indiana Sunshine Society is that everyone connected with the organization is motivated by the wonderful spirit of giving her best far beyond the call of duty. Triton Chapter Q of Indiana Sunshine Society STANDING: D. Law, L. Storm, D. Bennett, H. Shelby, I. Kroenin , G. Well M g s, . Storm, C. Huffman, G. Brown, T. McDonald, B. Eck. SEATED: E. Rice, I. Huber, B. King, L. Gray, W. Suits, D. Paris, L. Rice, B. Miller, C. Mohr, R. Denslow, D Richardson Mr Ralph Ioest ON TRACTOR . , . . , G, Huffman, Treasurer, K. Merry, Reporter, M. Holdren, Parliamentar' - ' ' ' ' tary, B. Lowes, Vice President. ian, D. Mitchell, Sentinel, S. Smith, Pres1dent,J. Alexander, Secre- THE NATIONAL ' 5' STUDYING vocArloNAL oRGANlzAnoN Fon Bovs "'....f AGRICULTURE RMERS D fi.. F.F.A. Trophy Case Livestock Judging Team Bob Lowes, Larry Gray, Steve Smith, John Huber. Soil Judging Team St Smith, Iohn Hub , Jim A1 d , Larry Ri Dairy Judging Team Ken Merry, Don Richardson, Mike Holdren, Wayne Suits, Mr. Ralph Ioesr, Sponsor. -11.-..m... r-- , 5 T 0 Softball ' O I Mm- l .U l' N A N AA A AA I WQUIW Ii Tumbling Z!! E ff MZ L ,Sig SG 1. f' -A Marching Tigers n X . s -ix BAN RECTOR . y . y L-nm 5 -ENN Chorus FRONT ROW: J. Wright, P. Martin, A. Jenkins, J. Canada, J. Pittman, S. Shelton, B. Asher, B. Taylor, K. Nickleson, P. Capitoe, A. Thompson, P. Eck, D. McQueary, P. Everhart, D. Dickerson E. Wendell, B. Ensingrner, G. Knose, M. Storm, Mr. Myers. Majorettes T 1 x 1 P. Murnan, S. Hill, L. Allen, G. Crum, J. Harrell, G. Miller, S. Shelton, M. Cravens, I. Shoopman, J. May, T. Harrell, F. Collier. 4 W .R Q" , Q 'Un M gig .,, 9 3, , , . '6 Z ,ns - Remember When WQM W , JN, ,V , Wfgg, ' 3, ' X , ' 'F-ff - W f X ei w X Q N X Q x X 4659 .QNX ,M f-1 w fx X Q Q 5 X L2 X Q 1- X I-Q K A 3, f 4, 1 h " s 5 --QQQJ. 3 'YS 7 M s M ,J-f V .QLN..,,,,, . agp?-L 1? if-52 " ' 9415: ..,.-.. .,,,,1., -' K Having won a page in the Annual by selling the most yearbooks, we decided to will our most precious gifts to the underclassmen. SENIOR HOME ROOM 203 I, Lynda Asher, will my ability to rock without a rocking chair to Gene Valentine. I, Linda Addison, will my ability to remain calm, cool, and collected during a Basketball game to Sharon Sinclair. I, Jenness Bush, will the muzzle, that I got for Christmas, to any other blabber-mouth in Bookkeeping class. I, John Booth, will my ability to be the only boy on the Newspaper Staff to anybody that can stand to take orders I, Joe Calloway, will my Sociology book to anybody who can understand it, fand Dobbinsj. l, Mary Caufield, will my ability to blush to Sue Rouse. I, Don Carnine, will my ability to sing in Home Room to Miss Malloy so she can entertain herselfl I, Nancy Chueden, will my vacant seat in Senior Math Class to anyone who decides to try taking it. I, Bob Collier, will the big "48" Ford to anybody who thinks they can drive it. I, Maurice Eads, will my wrecked "54" Chevy to Carol Bassett. I, Diana Ellis, will my ability to change calculators to anyone who wants it. l, Bud Ensminger, will my 443 cubic in. custom built Ford Skyliner and long eye lashes to Elvis Presley. I, Janice Fisher, will my ability to say the right things at the wrong time in Home Room. I, Larry Gray, will my ability to sleep sitting up in Government class to anyone lazy enough to want it. I, James Ginn, will my ability to quit smoking to Larry Mohr, Tim Brandman, and Ralph Harper. I, Patty Grizzle, will Kay Taylor, my ability to make my hair look natural blonde. I, David Hamilton, will nothing to nobody because I need everything l've got. l Bill Harrison, will my fruit boots to Becky Taylor, and my ability in Bookkeeping to anyone dumb enough to think I have any. l, Ruth Ann Heppner, will my ability to find the non-fiction cards to my library partner Linda Allen. l, Carol Hill, will my ability to come to school every day to John McDowell. I, Sherry Hill, will my naturally curly hair and ability to talk to all the boys all the time to Terry Harrell. l, Linda Hodge, will my ability to get out of Mrs. Asberry's first period study hall to all underclassmen. 1, Mike Holdren, will my ability to stay out all hours and my ability to total Corvairs to Gary Mallory. I, John Huber, will my ability to embarrass girls to Jim Alexander. I, Paula Howard, will my nickname " Gabber". to Kathy Robinson. l, Judy Lane, not being of sound mind nor body, do hereby will my ability to laugh at the wrong time to my niece Vickie Jo. l, Max Larkey, will my ability to stay out of trouble with coach Tudor to Pat Martin. I, Bob Lowes, will my ability to fool around to anyone who wants it. I, Miss Malloy, do will much success in the future to the Senior class of 1963. Some Enchanted Evening JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM May 4, 1962 PROM QUEEN: Sally weakley PROM COURT: ,Tenness Bush, Shannon Shelton, Linda Addison Susie Ruschhaupt, Paula Howard ' I W Athletics - L Jenness Bush, Linda Addison, Sally Weakley, Sharon Sinclair. Ken Merry Bob Lowes Mike Bowers Norm Lahey Micky Scott Ron Drake Bob Crafton Jim Gay Max Larkey Mike Wells Iim Hendrickson Bob Rowe aYSi Nov. 9 16 21 30 Dec. 7 8 14 15 19 Jan. 4 5 19 25 Feb. 1 2 8 15 22 fy Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton Triton h 6 6 I' C El C I' S EDULE Mt. Comfort Whiteland Morristown Franklin Central St. Paul Hancock Central Vernon Twp. Beach Grove Waldron Knightstown Trafalgar Wood Hauser Southwestern Center Grove New Palestine Arlington Charlottsville FIRST "TIP" Get that ball COACH Mr. Marvin Tudor Senior Lettermen M i c k Y K S e C 11 O n t Y I M C I 1' I B o b L M 0 a W x e L a r k e Y S Reserve Team B. Lane, J. McDowell, J. Gay, G. Shaw, I. Wells, B. Rowe, G. K Grafton, J. Alexander. n0PP. G. Kaster, A. Amick, R. Shelton, B T CHEERLEADERS Nancy Buehling, Pam Eck, Mary Io Pfendler. COACH Mr. Bill Ford Freshman Team H Shelb , K. Dickman, S. Brockman, G. Brown, C R. King, D. Witham, D. Esters, S. Howard, B. Bolling, . y Huffman, B. Nichols, R. Dillender, J. Trimble, B. Eck. CHEERLEADERS Sherri Barlow, Linda Glackrnan COACH Mr. Donal Mendenhall 1 Junior High T. Curry, F. Ramp, D. Frey, D. Grafton, D. Hill, S. Able, V. Atkins, R. Bowers, A. Shelton, B. Wetter Cheerleaders " .T..W :up off' 8 2 .fK?'19tj,Tlj,' - A 4 A n A f AM Joy Wilkins, ,Tenice Elmore Q I I i 2 i I A J N 6 x l r I Q 'l v Z 1 111-V Varsity Baseball D. Witham, S. Howard, I. Hendrickson, K. Merry, K. Dickman, M. Wells, B. Grafton, R. Shelton. STAND- ING: R. Drake, M. Bowers, I. Wells, M. Scott, B. Rowe, M. Larkey, J. Knoop. Lettermenls Club BACK ROW: J. Knoop, C. Mohr, M. Wells, B. Lowes, L. Harell, N. Lahey, R. Drake, M. Bowers, J. Hend- rickson, M. Larkey, K. Merry, M. Scott. LEFT ROW: J. Hilt, R. Myres, L. Mahorney, G. Kaster, S. Cox, K. Dickman. RIGHT ROW: I. Pauls, D. Esters, M. Muman, J. Bond, I. Henson, A. Snider. Compliments of LORENE'S BEAUTY SHOP TE 5-73 23 Fairland , Indiana HAROLD ASH DODGE SALES New and Used Cars and Trucks P.O. Box 398 EX 2-2841 202 E. Broadway Shelbyville, Indiana . O. PARRISH LUMBER CO. Phone EX 8-4497 Shelbyville, Indiana Compliments of ROSS' 421 SUPERMARKET Shelbyville, Indiana MULLEN'S SERVICE Fairland, Indiana TE 5-7903 Compliments of CHICKEN 8. STEAK INN "Good Food and Quick Service" Shelbyville GERALD F. DAVIS INSURANCE Fire, Auto, Liability, Hospitalization, Life TE 5-7544 F 81M OIL CO. Gasoline Super-Sonic Super Heat Fuel Oil Complete Modern Equipment Goodyear Tires - Batteries Auto - Truck - Tractor Repair Finley, Indiana TO l-4997 DRINK COCA-COLA IN BOTTLES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. She 1byvi11e , Indiana BRADLEY'S SALES 81 SERVICE Fairland , Indiana Phones: TE 5-2582 TE 5-2531 EX 2- 1684 Ref. Oil Heating Plumbing F. E. BRADLEY WM. MCLOUGHLIN Sales and Service MCCALIPS PURE OIL SERVICE KENNE TI-I MCCALIP, Deale 1' uw- , - ff fw ,X ,, UN 2- 6416 Pleasantview, Indiana WSVL 1520 on Your Dial Shelbyville, Ind. Serving FAIRLAND Merchants and Listeners With: News Music Sports Advertising Your Community Station FARMERS TRUST COMPANY Your Friendly Bank Franklin and Whiteland SWINFORD LUMBER COMPANY Shelbyville , Ind . EX 8-9773 STOCKER WELDING SUPPLY All Gas and Arc Welding Needs Hiway 421 East P. O. Box 396 Shelbyville, Indiana EX 8-6518 Compliments of PAULINE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE PAULINE WISSING Fairland, Indiana TE 5-2302 FLINN 81 MAGUIRE FUNERAL HOME Franklin, Indiana BONDED SERVICE STATION 7 Days a Week All Night Service East Broadway Shelbyville, Indiana Compliments of Compliments RAY S. HARRIS WHITSEL ' AGENT STORE Sr SERVICE STATION Auto - Fire - Home Owners Life- Groceries - Marathon Liabilities Gas and Oil TO 1-5020 Carollton, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance ROBINSON'S GROCERY Good Food Reasonable Prices Fairland, Indiana Be Sure - Insure With GEO. A. BOWEN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Package Policies'Our Specialty TE 5-2506 Wanarnaker, Ind. UN 2-6639 SPEARS DAIRY SALES Distributors of 30192173 Grade "A" Milk Shelbyville, Indiana Indiana's Leading Sporting Goods Store EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS CO. 209 W. Washington St. Phone ME 4-3446 Indianapolis, Indiana Compliments of CHARLES D. CAMPBELL HOME 1222233222 coMPANY CHARLES WILLIAMS Agent New Palestine Phone TO 1-4652 Compliments of NEW PALESTINE BANK New Palestine, Indiana MERLAV TRUCKING SERVICE Davco Fertilizers Gravel, Sand, Stone New Pale stine Indiana GLASSON CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Parts and Service ...J .- Li lcnivnomsff jg 309 N. Harrison Shelbyville, Indiana CARTER'S GROCERY UN 2-4035 421 Pleasant View Indiana Compliments of BOB BARGER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. General Insurance and Bonds Fairland, Indiana Phone Office TE 5-2448 Residence TE 5-2248 Compliments of FAIRLAND GRAIN CO Fairland NEW PALESTINE HARDWARE "Gifts for Every Occasion" New Pale stine Indiana TO I-4597 MORGAN PACKING COMPANY Franklin, Indiana Ame rican Beauty Food Products Compliments of CO1'I1P1im61'1fS Of MARTlN'S FARM SERVICE THE CHECKERBOARD GANG Dealers for: Punks 8: Hybrid Seed Corn at the "It's What's in the Seed That Counts" New Palestine and Elevator Vigortone Feed Supplement "Harmony and Profit in Your Seeds" Phone TO 1-4048 RUSSELL L. MARTIN Fountaintown, Indiana TO 1-4512 COHNGSY Of GROFF AWNINGS Aluminum Sidings and Awnings EWING MORTUARY Storm Windows and Doors Shelbyville, Indiana Fairland "Where Prescriptions Are Compliments of Too Important to Be a Side Line" APOTHECARY CRAIG BARBER SHOP PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 120 W. Jackson Shelbyville Shelbyville THE RED MILLS Boggstown, Ind. Feed - Fertilizer WHEATLEY'S MARKET Custom Cut Meats Fine Produce Groceries Custom Grinding UN 2-6622 8900 S. E. Ave. TE 5-2345 Wanamaker BUD'S PURE OIL Pure Gas and Oil Firestone Tires "Speedway Proven" Boggstown, Indiana CARL KASTER Fairland, Indiana Agent for Standard Oil TE 5-2483 TE 5-7577 RUSCHHAUPT'S ROBERTSON'S SEED SERVICE Indiana Certified Grain New Palestine Drugs Wbeat ' Oats ' Swbeans TO 1-4571 New Palestine Registered Berkshire Hogs 24-Hour GEO. RUSCHHAUPT New Palestine TO l-4586 Pre scription Service MARJORIE BEAUTY SALON Complete Personalized Beauty Service by Appointment Closed Monday TO I-4352 New Palestine JOHN H. CURRAN, FRANK D. MOORE CURRAN-MOORE AGENCY, INC. Insurance - Real Estate - Loans 24 W. Broadway Shelbyville, Ind. EX 8-7512 B 8. B SUPER DRUGS BECHDOL 8. SON I I FEEDER PIGS "The Prescription Store" I I Fountaintown, Indiana 39 Public Square Shelbyville I Phone EX 8-4477 TO 1-4638 I Ir I FLEMING I CENTRAL L. s. M. JEWELRY STORE SUPPLY CO., INC. 3 Public square Shelbyville I ALBERT E. MELTON - Owner Gorham - International Lumber and Builders Supplies I Millwork and Manufacturing a d T 1 St li g Su Cincinnati St. and Pennsylvania R.R. n ow e er n ver 5 Telephone 712 Franklin, Ind U Compliments of p I UNION BANK 8 TRUST COMPANY Franklin, Indiana 2 Drive-In Windows Free Parking in Rear Complete Banking and Insurance Service ' CARMONY I FUNERAL HOME Shelbyville , Indiana HlCK'S GROCERY UN 2-4391 421 Pleasant View Indiana Groceries Meats p H. C. FOLKENING AGENCY I I Insurance and Real Estate I TOwnsend 1-4411 I New Palestine, Indiana I I SNIDER FERTILIZER COMPANY JIM SNIDER Fldld Residenc Pl t V' W Ph TO 1 4588 FAIRLAND SERVICE FRAKER3 SERVICE STATION STATION F ldld BggtWn,Ind GOOD LUCK TIGERS Massey-Ferguson - Case - New Holland Dunham Coby Viking Kewanee Cardinal E-Z-Flow Helix Gehl Sales and Service R. DUCKWORTH L. SANDEFUR TUCKER STONE CO., INC. Fairland, Ind . Stone Fabricators Phone: Fairland: TE 5-2544 Indianapolis: ME 2-4670 "Sales With Service" Admiral - G.E. - Muntz Televisions BOB'S MARATHON ROBINS T.V. 5l Boggstown Road Shelbyville, Indiana Phone EX 8-9037 Harrison and Colescott Phone: EX 8-8400 Shelbyville Visit Compliments of FAIRLAND TASTEE FREEZ LUMBER COMPANY Vine St. Shelbyville, Ind. ELMER W. THOMAS HARDWICK'S SUPERETTE Vine Street Shelbyville , Ind . Open 7 Days a Week 8 A.M. Till lO P.M. AU TO SALE S New and Used Cars and Trucks Fairland, lndiana TE 5-2553 MONTGOMERY BROS. INSURANCE AGENCY GLENN A. AND FLOYD E. MONTGOMERY Pleasing You Pleases Us Come to See Glenn and Bus 5 1X2 West Broadway Phone EX 8-6156 Shelbyvllle Indlana CINCH MFG. CO. SIEBERT OLDSMOBILE, INC. 1 QSMUBI! Q' 0 P. O. Box 443 Shelbyville, Indiana SHELBY COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOP. ASS'N, INC. B ox 3 99 Shelbyville, Indiana Compliments of ADMIRAL CORPORATION Shelbyville , Indiana A BOGGSTOWN GARAGE uto - Truck and Tractor Repair Small Engine Repair Welding A. E. MARSHALL Residence: Greenwood, R.R. 3-I2 Phone: TU l-4628 Compliments of SLEETH FUNERAL HOME Phone EX 8-7116 Shelbyville, Indiana TODD-BENNETT Men's and Boys' Clothing Shelbyville, Indiana SEXTON'S Corner Broadway and Vine Open 7 Days a Week Gifts - Toys Soda Fountain FLORENCE'S BEAUTY SAL ON 15 Years Experience Complete Beauty Service By Appointment TO 1-4269 2 112 Miles S. W. of New Palestine on Thompson Road FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Shelbyville RYAN FARM SERVICE Wayne Feed - Seed - Chickens East End Washington Street Member FDIC P.O. Box 155 EX 8-9690 Shelbyville ALLIED APPLIANCES Distributor of Allgas and Readygas Appliance S , Heating , and Lawn Equipment Wanamaker , Ind . UN 2- 6653 SHELCO MOTORS Compliments of MARSHAL SHAW Plymouth - Valiant - Chrysler Home of the L-O-N-G Trade See HOWARD NEAL BOB DOVE EX 8-9716 34 E. Broadway Shelbyville GRAY'S Certified Seeds Hybrids - 705, 870, 814, 872, 802 Certified Seed Oats Putnam 61, Newton, Clintland 60 Certified Seed Wheat Monon, Reed, Redcoat Clark and Harosoy Soybean Seed Gibson Gray Fairland FLEMING FURNITURE HOME "Come to Our Home to Furnish Your Home" 33 West Broadway EX 8-6501 Shelbyville, Ind. COLLINS JEWELRY STORE 21 Public Square Shelbyville , Indiana GUINEA PIG MARKET 333 W. Hendricks St. EXpress 8-7301 Fresh Meat Quality Groceries and Produce Monday Thru Friday 7 to 8 Friday Thru Saturday 7 to 9 CLAUDE M. BARNES AGENCY Farmers Bank Building Shelbyville , Indiana Real Estate EX 8-8510 Call IX 8-6608 or EX 8-6609 for c courteous Plymato routeman 82 W BROADWAY .24 E. HENDRICKS lymate QCLEANE i i1v. ,Ql,YQERER5 SUV UE 7.930 Shelbyville DAKE FARM SERVICE Ford Tractors and Implements Genuine Ford Parts Tires - Batteries TE 5-2436 Fair-land, Indiana B 8. R FLOWER SHOP Affordable Flowers BOGGSTOWN LOCKER 8 GROCERY Custom Butchering and Processing Perkinson's Regal Shelbyville Boggstown, Indiana TE 5-7147 Congratulations NEWTON EQUIPMENT, INC. NEW PALESTINE LUMBER CO. , INC. Allis-Chalmers - New Idea Sales and Service EX 8-8833 1207 E. Michigan Road Shelbyville , Indiana . f ,Ll ', U COMPLIMENTS OF FAIRLAND NATIONAL BANK Fair-land, Indiana You Can Bank on Us for the Service You Need Member of F. D.I.C. TE 5-2281 C. E. JONES MARY LOU SHOP MONUMENT COMPANY . Women's Apparel Monuments of Quality 116 S. Harrison St. Old 42.1 North Shelbyville Shelbyville "Buy It Where lt's Baked" 16 AMF Automatics 115 S H , 1601 S. Miller St. ' arrlso Shelbyville SHELBYVILLE MOTORS, INC. Shelby County's Only Authorized Dealer Main Office - 55 E. Washington Outlet Lot - 925 E. Michigan Rd. DAVIDSON'S LUMBER COMPANY INC. 237-243 W. Jefferson St. Franklin, Indiana GRIFFEY'S IMeans Finer Sporting Goodsj Athletic Equipment Guns - Ammunition Shelbyville Indiana Live Better Electrically in a Gold Medallion Home PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. Actual Photo of the Newly Remodeled Kitchen of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eck, Moral Township We Can Remodel Your Present Kitchen Into a Lovely, Efficient One for Less Than You Think. Call for Free Estimate and Planning RISLEY'S MAJOR CABINET SALES Kitchen Specialists 212 East Broadway EX 2-2656 Shelbyville, Indiana HOWARD 81 HARRY OIL CO., INC. Jobbers for Crystal Flash Petroleum Corp. Office Phone TE 5-2835 P. O. 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