Veedersburg High School - Pintus Yearbook (Veedersburg, IN)

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FIGHT, GREEN AND WHITE We will sing a song of Veedersburg, A good old Hoosier town, We will shout for the green and white 'Til the roof comes falling down 'rahl 'rahl 'rahl When they start you will know at sight That the green and white will fight, fight, fight! We are here to sing and cheer For dear old Veedersburg. -W. B. H011 THE PINTUS STAFF Editor ......... .... N orma Jean Johnson Assistant Editor .... Norma Lee Bechtelheimer Business Manager ............. Duane Rhodes Ass't. Business Manager ........ Lois Newman Departments.. .Marvena Shoaf and Jonna Walls Athletics ......................... Bill Gunn Activities ...... Jean Haines and Doris Janeway Calendar ...................... Barbara Holt Humor ........ Deloris Fields and Leroy Keeling Typist ........... Gertrude Brewer, Doris Clift, 'Fredda Pickett, Marion Teeguarden Faculty Advisors .... Miss Cobb and Mr. Dockins GROVER HOLMES President J. GLENN ' Secretary HARRIS LINDAMOOD Treasurer FAQULTY CHARLES W. DOCKINS Superintendent B, S., M. S. Degree zZTOV.ADwblMJ KENNETH R. CADE Principal B. S., M. S. Degree Agriculture and Science NELLE CADE A. B. Degree Social Studies and English JEANETTE. COBB A. B. Degree English, Latin and Library Gm J HN CRONK A. B. Degree- Social Studies and Physical Education RICHARD ELLIS A. B, Degree Mathematics and Science R. 'DALE HARROD i B. M., M. M. Degrees Music I 9 WW GRACE Mc0URRY A. B. Degree Mathematics HELEN MARTIN B. NS. Degree onoml and P . LUCILLE. THOMAS B. S., M. S. Degree Commerce Y ESSIE VAN HOESEN Seventh and Eighth UZWL awk? wrfvw- fgzffih x-ff.. 9 YQJJ uv' M ra 'wg W 'aim' WW ww' nfxlff igfffb 4 qijxsfn WSFFYQ? Q05 9 2 N ' if Vw' Lv E11 95 K1 fry, F ,G wi., Q 1:5 s fm Wu I wzfgbm Wg WM ,If A .1 fix ,,-4 n 1 ia in Ma-'S K N ,W gfi' ff, jfggikf 7523211 M AU: gwimgfm 1riQiiv3i-iff? ff V 'Wim-if 5:3 'ft ixwzi' 5 MAA. W 'K' xW xg 'FZ ' gaw k. KX F Me1f'g 54 vc? 3 Pr W eeffsfg M M in fm, 2- 1- MQ " fm 5383-W Akin 5H-'JQRSVJ ' ' 5 we ue, ,.,h,.d . 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Commercial: Freshman Vice..President5 Sophomore Se-cretaryg Junior Vice-Presi- dentg Senic-r Vice-Presidentg Chorus 45- 46-47-485 Varieti-'es 45-46-47-485 District Choral Festival 45-46-47-485 State Choral Festival 465 Christmas Program 46-47-48 Breeze Staff, co-editor5 Home Evc Awardi 5 453 Pintus Staff, asst. editor. ROBERT BOOE-"Bob" "Experience is the best teacher, to fools." Agriculture: Hi-Y 46-47-48, GERTRUDE BREWER-"Gus" "Whose little body lodged a mighty mind." Commercial: Chorus 45-465 Varieties 45- 465 District Choral Festival 45-465 Band 465 Breeze Staffg Pintus Staff, typist. ROBERT F. BIJESCHING--"Bob" "A man of polite learning and of a lib- eral education." Academic: Hi-Y 47-485 Jefferson High School 45-463 Albuquerque High School 46-47. 2 O 5 DORIS JEAN CLIFT-"Dog "Achievement comes to those who work for it." Commercial: Breeze Staff5 Pintus Staff, typist. DELORES JUNE FIELDS-"Lorne" "Give me tranquil solitude and such so- ciety as is quiet, wise, and good." Academic: Pintus Staff, humor. JARRELL DEAN FLOREY-"Click" "A good man never dies." Agricultil z Basketb 4346-47-485 Chorus -48- ' 45-485 District Choral 5 t e Choral Festival 48: Chr' mas Program 483 Hi-Y 46-47-48. st ff CARL AYNE FLOREY-"Wayne" "He is a very optimistic person and quit : a cut-up." Agriculture: Chorus 45-46-47-435 Varieties 45-46-47-485 State Choral Festival 46-47- 485 District Choral F'estiva1 45-46-47-485 Music Contest 475 Christmas Program 461 47-48. WILLIAM T. GUNN-"Bill" "My kingdom for a basketball." Agriculture: Basketball 47-483 Baseball 47-485 Choru 485 State Choral Festival 485 hri Program 485 Hi-Y 47-435 P' , Athletic reporter, PHYLLIS JEAN I-IAINES-"Jean" "Her pleasant smile and winning ways 5are something to remember." l Corhme al: Y'e11lLeader 465 Chorus 46- 47-48- ' ' 46-47-485 District Choral Festi - -485 Christmas Program 46- 47-4 reeze Staff 485 Pintus Staff, ac- tivi . ' r 42.5-,, PAUL LEROY HAUPT-"Paul" "Men's faults seldlom to themselves ap- pear." U Agriculture: Hi-Y 48. CHARLES EDGAR, HELMS-"Chuck" "Be silent or let thy words be worth more than silence." 4 Agriculture: Baseball 47-4.8. 'I lo. 9' ANNA MAE HENTHORNE-"Annie" "Don't do anything until after you've dong it, then stop doing it." Com-mercial' Chorus 46-47' Varieties 46- 475 Disnridcha-ral Festival, 46-473 Christ- mas Program 46-47g Breeze Staff. JERRY LEE HERSHBERGER-"Jerry" "Many receive adviceg only the wise profit by it." Lcademic: Baseball 47-483 Basketball 46- 47-485 Hi-Y 483 D. A. R.. Award 47. BARBARA ANNE HOLT-"Barb" "Under her calm appearance there lies a great deal of devilmenftf' Commercial: Sophomore Reporter-5 Senior Secretary and Treasurerg Chorus 46-47- 483 Varieties 46-47-48g Christmas Pro- gram 46-47-48g Breeze, co-editorg Pintus Staff, calendar. f' Q 1 HUG CHESTER HOUK-"Hughie" "If God loved thernl all, why can't I lov: 'a dozen." Agriculture: Chorus 483 Basketball 46- 47-485 Varieties 483 Christmas Program 48, DORIS JEAN JANEWAY--"Doris" "Every girl has three characters." Comm ial: Chorus 46-47g Varieties 46- 475 Dis 'ct Choral Festival 46-475 Chr st- mas l-ro m 46-479 Breeze Staftg Pint.s Staff, ac ities. NORMA JEAN JQHN SON--"Johnny" "A good reputati n ig worth more than money." Acad-emic: e an Reporter 455 Sen- ior Reporter , Baseball 453 Chorus 45- 46.47-485 B d 46-47-48g State Choral Festival District Choral Festival 45-46-47-489 Va ieties 45-46-47-485 Girls Sextet 46-47g District Music Contest 47g Christmas Program 46-47-48g Pintus Staff, editor. 1 ' -F . 9, , O I MJ. D. KPEELING-"J, D." "' "High school girls interest me not." Agriculture: Baseball 46-47-485 Basketball 45-46-47-48: Chorus 485 Christmas Pro. gram 48g District Choral Festival 483 Va- rieties 48g Hi-Y 47-48. PAUL LEROY KEELING--"Keeling" "Let ui: never forget that the cultlvation of the earth. is the most important labor of man." lfegriculture: Pirtcs Staff, huror. .- ff'-if JAMES RICHARD LYONS-"Ted" "A short saying often carries much wisdom." Agriculture: Bloomington High School 4515 Basketball 46-47-48: Baseball 46-47-483 Hi-Y 48. l JAMES WALTER MITTON--"Jim" "Speech may bg silver: but silence is golden." Agriculture. LOIS AILEEN NEWMAN-"Lois" "Honesty is the best policy." Commercial: Freshman, Treasurer: Junior Secretary and Treasurer: Chcrrus 46-47- 483 Di-strict Choral Festival 46-47-485 Va- rieties 46-47-483 Christmas Program146- 47-483 Breeze Staff, assistant business manager. FREDA MAE PICKETT--"Fritz" "This is the period of m bition." Commercial: Sophomore V e-President, Chorus 45-46: District C Festival 45- 465 Varieties 45-46: Bre Staff 5 Pmtus Staff, typist. KENNETH DUANE RHODES-"Hap" ' "Here's the senior's greet sinlel'-H Agriculture: Chorus 46- -48: Distriflt Choral Festival 46-47-48' State Choral Festival 47-48: Varietks 6-47-48: Dis- trict Music Contest 3 ristmas Pro- gram 46-47-48g Yel ea 48: Pintus Staff, business man X. ROY NORMAN RUSK-"Scrooge" "Knowledge itself is power." Agriculture: Student Manager 48: Band 46-47-48: Chorus 48: District Choral Fee. tival 48: Varieties 45-46-48: Christmai Program 48. DOROTHY ANN SEWELL--"Dottie" "Without rivals thou lovest alone thy- self and thine." Commercial: Yell Leader 463 Chorus 46 47-483 Band 46-47-485 District Choral Festival 46-47-48: Christmas Program 46- 47-48: Breeze Staff. MARVENA RUTH SHOAF-"Pud'l "A believer does not perform good works to live, but he lives to perform A good works." Commercial: Freshman Secretary: Soph' omcre Treasurer: Chorus 45-4.5-47-43: Di .- tri-ct Choral Festival 45-46-47-48: State Choral Festival 461 Varieties 45-46-47-485 Christmas Program 46-47-48: Breeze Staff: Pintus Staff, departments. MARION KEITH TEEGUARDEN- "Tenbury" "Learning by study must be won: 'twas ne'er entail'd from, son to son." Academic: Class President 45-46-47-48: Chorus 46-47-48: Band 46-47: District Choral Festival 46-47-483 State Choral Festival 47: District Music Contest 46-47: Christmas Progran 46-47-43: Varieties 46-47-48. JOANNA MAE WALL-"Jo" "The onlj people you should try to get oven with are those who have helpel you." Commercial: Chorus 46-473 Varieties 46- 47: District Choral Festival 46-47: Breeze Staffg Pintus Staff, departments. IIIllIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll CLASSES IlllllllllllIIIIIIIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll SENIORS First Row, left to lightz Anna Mae Henthorne, Gertrude Brewer, Doris Jean Janeway, Duane Rhodes, Jcan Haines, Norma Jean Johnson, Lois Newman, Freda Pickett, Doris Clift. Second Row: Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, Robert Booe, Dottie Sewell, Roy Rusk, Jarrell Florey, Bill Gunn, Jim Mitton, Marion Teegaurden, Barbara Holt, Wayne Florey. Third Row: Jim Lyons, Paul Haupt, Joanna Wall, Bob Buesching, Hugh Hork, J. D. Keeling, Mar- vena Shoaf, Jerry Hcrshberger, Cltarles Helms, Leroy Keeling. President . . . Vice-President Secretary and Reporter . . . Sponsors . . . CLASS OFFICERS . . . .......... ................ .... M a rion Teegaurden . . . . . . . . . . . . Norma Lee Bechtelheimer Treasurer .... .......... B arbara Holt ........Norma JeanJohnson .. . Miss Cobb and Mr. Dockins JUNIORS First Row, left to right: Emma Mae Younjrr, Phyllis Rogers, Joy Ann Coleman, Deloris Grubb, Ver- nice Lighty, Jean Elmore, Nora Ruth Furr, Lois Payton, Delilah Mitchell. Second Row: Betty Tothefoh, Mary Lou Anderson, Maxine Rainey, Ethel Minick, Charles Boggs, James Rusk, Carl Fletcher, Betty Smith, Charla Dockins, Mary Lou Lowe. Third Row: William Edwards, Dale Reed, John Cowan, Bill Stonebraker, Bob Clawson, Harry Stark- ey, Jr., Harold Olds, George McKinney, Tom Ezlwards, Bob McLean. President ...... . . . Betty Smith Vice-President . . . . . . Harry Starkey gegyetayy , , . . . Phyllis Rogers 'jfyeagurgy , , ......... . Delores Grubb Sponsors . . .. Mrs. Martin and Mr. Cade SOPHOMORES First Row, left to right: Algena Fields, Martha Hoagland, Donald Collins, Barbara Vavas, Freida Totheroh, Dean Helms, Virginia Rainey, Georgia Ludlow. Second Row: Anna Odle, Inez Rusk, Marilyn Teeguarden, Kathryn Streetgr, Nina Schutz, Barbara Rusk, Dorothy Frazee, Jeannie Lowe. Third Row: Ona Stonebraker, Bob Baldwin, Allan Harvey, Daisy Ann Shoaf, Margery Ann Howard, Bob Ewbank, Norman Hughes, Mary Ellen Odle. Fourth Row: Nita Odle, Dean Hesler, Joey Board, David Lyons, Eston Meihls, John Marshall, Bob Boone, Mabel Miles, Lois Salts. Fifth Row: Bill Willett, Carl Hinote, Pat Bryant, Allen Bass, David Kesler, Donald Clift, Thomas Payne, Janet Janeway, Jack Linker. CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .............. ........... . . Dorothy Frazee Vice-President . . . .... Dean Helms Secretary .... .... A nna Odle Treasurer , ............... Jack Linker Reporter . . . .................. Bill Willett Sponsors . Miss Thomas and Mr. Cronk F R E S H M E N First Row, left to right: DeWayne Helms, Ida Mae Dinsmore, Marilyn Harper, Virginia King, Jack Furr, Rachel Lighty, Lucille Helms, Mary Hughes,Phyllis Clark, James Meeker. Second Row: Delores Clift, Nadine Shoaf, Jack Lindly, Judith Padgett, Mary Ann Holmes, Gordon Meihls, Alberta Thomas, Dallas Allen, Patty Harper, Margaret Cooper. 'lhiid Row: Martha La Baw, Virginia Smith, June Stembaugh, Bob Trinkle, Rode iek Noggle, Earl Harvey, I-Tetty Olds, Jack Leonard, James Rateliff. Fourth Row: Josephine Buesehing, Robert Hall, Fred Edwards, Harold Cox, Earl Foxworthy, Martin Boggs, Robert Lang, Joe Holt, John Meeker, Zedith Krout. President ...... -- MHFUU Boggs Vice-President . . . - . Dallas Allcll Secretary .... . Jim Meeker T1-easumy M ..... Earl Harvey Reporter , ..... ...... D eWayne Helms Sponsoyg I . . . Mrs. Cade and Miss MCclul'I'y' EIGHTH GRADE First Row,left to right: Billie Kinneer, Dorla Townsend, Shielda Lockwood, Delorcs Warrick, lmmm Berlin, Morris Holland, Katlileen Meeker. Second Row: Betty Krout, Bessie Sowers, Norma Philpott, Juanita Fletcher, Ruthie Florey, Jac- queline Baldwin, Kathyrn Pickett, Merdith Rainey. Third Row: Bonnie Keeling, Barney McKinney, Billy Berlin, Gerald Byers, Robert Bennett, Jerry Har- rold, Beverly Cartwright, Nancy Crane. CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .. Vice-President ......... . . Secretary and Treasurer .... Reporter .............. Librarians . . . . . . . Sponsors . . . Mr. . . . . . Ruth Florey . Barney McKinney Bonnie Keeling . . . . Nancy Crane .. Juanita Fletcher Beverly Cartwright Ellis and Mr. Harrod SEVENTH GRADE First Row, left to right: Glenn Lang, Joan Wallace, James Boone, Nelda Cushman, Charles Kester, Dean Rusk, Ernest Hughes, Gary Lightle. Second Row: Marietta Smith, James Furr, Annabelle Fisher, Marlene Hall, Nancy Fletcher, Jack Clift, Jack Clawson. Third Row: Jack Lang. Gerald Keeling, Russell Kiger, Robert Reed, Virgil Keller, David Keller, Ben- ny Holland, Arnold Summers. President ..... . . . Marlene Hall Vice-President ........., .. Gerald Keeling Secretary and Treasurer .... .. Charles Kester Librarian ..,........... .... M arlene Hall Reporter . . . . Annabelle Fisher Sponsor .. Mrs. VanHoesen PI Sitting: Bill Gunn. Lois Newman, Duane Freda Pickett. Standing - Marion Teeguarden, Barbara NTUS STAFF Rhodes, Norma Jean Johnson, Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, Holt, Dyris Janeway, Jeannie Haines, Marvena Shoaf Gertrude Brewer, Joanna Wall, Doris Clift. ulmxunmumufmlummmlmlunummuulmlllllmmnmv4umuunmulmlnllnultullllllulIlvlllmllmllllullllullllllln DEPARTMENTS uunnlmnuIAnununlmlIwxllmmlllxlluxllvun1111unHmulmmmnznlmqmuaumu114unIannumml111xmulmlulullullul ACADEMIC Fi1'St POW, left to Fighti Algeliai Fields, Jack Furr, Jack Lindley, Norma Jean Johnson, Norman Hughes, Dallas Allen, James Meeker. Second Row: Bob Ewbank, Nita Odle, Pat Bryant. Marion Teeguarden, Roderick Noggle, Allen Har- vey, Anna Odle, Maxine Rainey. Third Row: Joe Holt, Martin Boggf, Jerry Hershberger, Bob Buesching, John Marshall, Mabel Miles. Jack Linker, Bob McLean. The Academic course requires four years of English, three years of social science, two and one- half years of mathematics, two years of Latin or any other foreign language, and two years of sci- ence. A major is required in social and English a minor, in sciece and a foreign language. Mathematics may be either a major or a minor. A major is the successful completion of three years work toward a subjectg a minor, two years. The remaining subjects are elective. Thus a person may enroll in two or more subjects in another department and still be classed as agi academic student. Students fulfilling the requirements of an academic course are prepared to enter college. Freshmen take English, biology, algebra, and eQther farm shop or home economics, sophomores, English, Latin, history and geometry, juniors, English, Latin, business English, algebra, and Ameri- can history. In the senior year, a student is required to take English, civics, physics, and an elect- ive subject. COMMERCIAL First row, left to right: Emma Mae Young, Freda Pickett, Barbara Vavas, Betty Totheron, Phyllis Rogers, Marilyn Teeguarden, Virginia Rainey, Doris Clift, Martha Hoagland, Deli'ah Mitchell. Second Row: Georgia Ludlow, Dorothy Frazee, Vernice Lighty, Inez Rusk, Nina Schultz, Mary Lou Anderson, Lois Salts, Anna Mae Henthorne, Jeannie Lowe, Freida Totheroh. Third Row: Joy Ann Coleman, Kathryn Streeter, Mary Ellen Odle, Lois Newman, Jean Haines, Betty Smith, Gertrude Brewer, Barbara Rusk, Mary Lou Lowe, Jean Elmore. Fourth Row: Lois Payton, Deloris Grubb, Barbara Holt, Dorothy Sewell, Doris Janeway, Marvena Shoaf, Joanna Wall, Daisy Ann Shoaf, Ona Stonebraker, Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, William Ed- wards, Margery Ann Howard. The subjects required in this course are two years of typing, two years of shorthand, and one year of bookkeeping. In order to obtain the correct number of credits the students are required to take biology, three years of Engilsh, mathematics, farm shop or home economics, and choice of geometry or Latin. The following subjects are required each year, freshmen, biology, English, algebra, farm shop or home economicsg sophomores, English, and one semester each of business English and commercial arithmetic, and Latin or geometry, home economics, juniors, English, stenography, typing, Ameri- can history, and Latin elective, seniors, Civics, typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. The commercial department offers subjects which acquaint students with general business princi- ples. Academic and vocational students may take one or more commercial subjects during the four years and sti'l moot the requirements of their own department. VOCATIONALAGRICULTURE First Row, left to right: Dean Helms, Jack Leonard, James Ratcliff, Robert Trinkle, Duane Rhodes, Robert Hall, Earl Harvey, Bob Baldwin, Gordon Meihls, Dewayne Helms. Second row: Don Collins, Robert Lang, Bob McLean, Bob Booe, Charles Boggs, Thomas Payne, James Rusk, Carl Hinote, John Meeker, Mr. Cade. Third Row: Bill Willett, Jim Mitton, Dale Reed, Don Clift, George McKinney, David Kester, Bob Boone, Roy Rusk, Fred Edwards, Jr., Bill Gunn, Carl Fletcher. Fourth Roy: John Cowan, Harold Olds, Eston Meihls, J. D. Keeling, Earl Foxworthy, Hugh Houk, Harry Starkey, Jr., Bob Clawson, Bill Stonebraker, Leroy Keeling. Fifth Row: Wayne Florey, Thomas Edwards, Joey Board, David Lyons, Chafles Helms, Harold Cox, Jarrell Florey, Paul Haupt, Allen Bass, Dean Hegler, Jim Lyons. Boys enrolled in the vocational agriculture department are presented subjects that are intended to acquaint them with the general basis of farming. Vocational students are required to complete at least twenty academic credits in addition to the eight vocational credits. One agriculture subject is taken each year during the four years, making the eight credits in all. The following subjects are taken duling the four years: fresmen, agricultureal biology, and farm shopg sophomores, dairying and animal husbandryg juniors, horticulture and crops, senic-rs, farm management. All students are required to complete one or more productive enterprise proiects and one or mof: supplementary farm projects. An example of this is a farm account, which con ists of takinf farm inventory and keeping a record of business procedure throught the year. In addition to the above agricultural subjects the fresmen take algebra, English, music, and physical training, sophomores, English, geometry, and world history or Lating junios, English, American hiftory, business English, and advanced algebrag seniors, civics, physics, and an elective. VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS First ROW, left to right: Mary Hughes, Rachel Lighty, Lucille Helms, Mrs. Martin, Virginia King, Mary Jo Harper, Phyllis Clark, Ida Mae Dinsmore. .Second Row: Delores Clift, Nadine Shoaf, Judith Padgett, Nora Ruth Furr, Patty Harper, Mary Ann Holmes, Margaret Cooper, Alberta Thomas. Third Row: Virginia Smith, Zedith Krout, Josephine Buesching, Janet Janeway, Charla Dockins, June Stembaugh, Betty Olds, Martha LaBaw. Girls enrolled in the Vocational home economics department are presented subjects that are in- tended to acquaint them with the general basis of home making. This department includes home economics in general, home nursing, child development, related arts, foods, and clothing. Girls en- rolled in this course gain knowledge and skill through actual practice in cooking, and sewing. Also, two home projects must be completed during the year, one of either sewing or cooking, each se- mester. In addition to the four years of home economics, students in this department must take the follow- ing subjectsg freshmen, English, biology, algebra, music, and physical training, sophomores, Eng- lish, and two of the following, geometry, history, or Latin: Juniors, English. American history, choice of Latin or one semester commercial arithmetic and algebra: S9Hi0l'S, English, civics, and an elective. llIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIllIIllIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll ATHLETICS IlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllIIllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll 1 BASEBALL First Row seated-DeWayne Helms, Gordon Meihls, Jack Lindley, Bill Willett, Dean Helms, Jim Meeker. Second Row-Mr. Crank, Joey Holt, Bob McLean, Bill Gunn, Mr. Ellis Third Row-Jim Lyons, Jerry Hershberger, Harold Cox, J. D. Keeling, Harry Starkey, Jr., Bill Stone- braker, Dale Reed. Veedersburg 10 . . ............... ...... . .... ......... . ...... H i llsboro 1 Veedersburg 1 . . . . . Williamsport 4 Veedersbur 18 . . .... . Richland 3 Veedersburg 4 . . . . .. Wallace 0 Veedersburg 3 . . . . . Kingman 1 Veedersburg 15 . . .... Hillsboro 3 Veedersburg 7 . . . . . Williamsport 6 Veedersburg 14 . . .... . Richland 4 Veedersburg 3 ............................. .......... ...... ..... . W a llace 2 Veedersburg 1 .................................................. ......... K ingman 3 The baseball boys had other to Kingman in the man winning the trophy. and lost some very close ing them to every game a very successful season losing only two games, one to Williamsport, the game for the County Championship. We finished in second place with King- This season proved to be rather exciting. We won some very close games ones. The boys were proud to see the Veedersburg boys and girls follow- The following boys were on the baseball team: J. D. Keellng ............................. Harry Starkey, Jr. .................. . Jerry Hershberger Jim Lyons ........ Bill Stonebraker Bill Gunn ....... Dean Helms Harold Cox .... Charles Helms . . . Dale Reed ....... Robert McLean .. Joe Holt ...... John Cowan Pitcher . . Pitcher . lst base shortstop . 3rd base Catcher . 2nd base outfielder outfielder outfielder outfielder Catcher outfielder ' 'J'-L iii' 1552 gaadetdall FIRST TEAM First Row-Mr. Cronk, coach, Jarrell Florey, J. D.Keeling, Hugh Houk, Jerry Hershberger, Bill Gunn, Bob McLean. Second Row--Harry Starkey, Bob Clawson, Jim Lyons, Bill Stonebraker, Roy Rusk, student Manager. BASKETBALL REVIEW FOR 1947-'48 Coach Cronk sought tryouts for the Veedersburg basketball team on. the 8th of October. The Sea- son as a whole was a very successful one with the Green Devils winning 12 games and losing 11. The boys that made the first team were: Jarrell Florey, Bill Gunn, J. D. Keeling, Jerry Hersh- berger, Hugh Houk, Jim Lyons, Harry Starkey, Bob McLean, Bob Clawson, and Bill Stonebraker. The following boys will be lost this year through graduation: Jarrell Florey, Bill Gunn, J. D. Keeling, Jerry Hershberger, Hugh Houk, and Jim Lyons. On November 7, the Green Devils opened their season by journeying to Linden only to be defeated by a score of 28-36. Our passing and shooting was bad due to our first game of the season which is always ragged. On November 11, the Green Devils played at Kingman, defeating the Black Aces in a very nice game. The final score at the end of the game was 53-33. This time our boys shot like dead-eye dicks and our floor play was far too much for the Kingman Aces. The Green Devils played their first game on their own floor beating Hillsboro 43-47. Before a capacity crowd, it was a fast moving game all the Way. November 21, Veedersburg Green Devils traveled to Attica to play Williamsport, the Bingies were red hot and they really showed some good playing. Final score 27-32. Our boys made the sad mistake of putting the game in the little bag before it was won. On November 26, the Indians came here with plenty of spirit and determination, but we led them all the way. Score 48-30. It was a sweet revenge from past years. The Green Devils on December 2, went to Attica and played a good game all the wav. but at the finish the Ramblers defeated us in an over time game 41-48. This was the kind of game that sets you on your ear. We had our usual luck in the over time which means of course we lost. Oh, but how we tried. On December 6, the -Green Devils played the Danville, Illinois Maroons. The height of the Dan- ville team was the deciding factor as they won 45-52. This was one of the better Green Devil games against exceptional competition. We outshot Danville all the wayg We just didn't shoot enough. Someday! Veedersburg next met a strong Waynetown team on the local floor. Veedersburg was in trouble from the very start of the game. Gunn, who had received a broken nose in the previous game, was sidelined, which resulted in lowering our spirits. Waynetown played well, winning 26-54. They were plenty rough and plenty tough. The determined Devils were just too much for Wingate, as the score at the end of the game proved to be 23-52. The second team had a work out 111 HHS EI-211110, but reit be assured the Wingate boys did their best. On Dccernbel' 19, the Devils again Showgd their good zone defense toward the Trojans. But their hopes were high and they beat us by two points. Filial SCOVQ 24-25 If y0l1'V9 SVGI' S9911 H puzzled DUD- py, you can imagine how Covington looked when the Devils came out with that mechanical looking zone defense that nearly defeated the Trojans. Once again we played Hillsboro, but the Wildcats were ready and just couldn't miss. Final score 32-34. This game was half football and the devils knowing only how to play basketball were over- powered, but they stayed in there until the final touchdown. KI me-HH ba-Sket-J But really OUI' b0yS weren't up to par. If so it might have been a different story. On January 6, Rockville came here with high hopes, but our boys were red hot and just couldn't miss. When the gun went off, Veedersburg was ahead 13 points. Rockville 39, Veedersburg 52. The Devils were never in trouble. On January 16, V.H.S. and Richland played splenlid ball. The Red Devils were defeated by a strong smooth passing Veedersburg team bv a score of 36-30. The Red Devils gave our boys a splendid fight all the way, but toward the end of the game our boys proved to be too powerful. Corft- fm next page JAA SECOND TEAM First Row sittting-DeWayne Helms, Jack Furr, Bob Ewbank, Jack Lindley, Jim Meeker. ' Second Row--Joe Holt, Jack Linker, David Lyons, Mr. Ellis, Harold Cox, John Cowan, Roderick Nog- gle. WABASH VALLEY PRELIMINARIES The tourney was held in Attica and in the first game Friday afternoon the Devils defeated Cov- ington in a fast moving game, 47-38. This was Covington's first defeat of the season. It was in this game that Veedersburg reached its peak. After de- feating Covington we met the strong Attica five, and they defeated us by a score of 45-29. Boswell Here On January 28, Boswell came here to go home with a victory, but our boys upset their plans only for us to win with a score of 51-35. Pine Village There On Jauary 30, we traveled to Pine Village, but the Pine Knots without Bell just couldn't hit. Final score 43-30. Covington Here On February 6, the Devils played the Trojans on their own floor and it really proved to be quite an exciting game. With only one second left to go, Stoney piled in a beauty, which tied the game. This I believe was the most exciting game of the year and one our Green Devils will play over a hun- dred times in future years and it will always end the same. Veedersburg, 26, Covington, 28. QOver- time.J Georgetown, Illinois, There On February 10, we journeyed to Georgetown only to be defeated by one point. !Score 33-34. This game was played due to a cancellation with Attica. Kingman Here On February 20, the Black Aces came to Veed- ersburg, only to be defeated by the Green Devils. 34-55. This was the second time our boys trimmed the Aces by a high score. This was the seniors last scheduled game, so no wonder. up SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT The Green Devils started out with the toughest of schedules, but still they fought their way to the semi-finals by defeating Pine Village 47-42, in an overtime. the first our boys had won in seven over- times. That afternoon they rested in the hotel at Attica, then they moved on to defeat a strong Hills- boro team 42-35 to earn the right to play in the semi-finals against Attica's Red Ramblers. This proved to be too much even for the Green Devils, who were well worn out from two hard games the day before. When the gun sounded, the score was Attica 59, Veedersburg 38. Covington then met At- tica in the finals, the latter winning, making them Sectional Champs for 1948. SECOND TEAM The Second Team had an average season winning only 6 games and losing 12. However, they showed a number of good prospects for the Green Devils team of 1948-49. One of the outstanding players was David Lyons, who carried most of the scoring weight. John Cowan, a left hander, also did a goozl job on scoring. He should make a smooth ball play- er in his senior year. Harold Cox, a freshman boy, got more than his share of the rebounds. He has three big years left at V. H. S., and we should see some fine basketball from a marked improvement in his two remaining years. Joe Holt, a shifty and speedy boy, who played good ball all year, was a great asset to his team and Joe has three years to improve. Linker, another left hander, progressed nicely and should develop rapidly next year. The Jther boys also played well. They are: Duane Helms, Jack Furr, Jack Lindley, Jim Meeker, and Roddy Noggle. These freshmen just need to grow a little. -. '22 wwl , swap' ,, Ig 'F-s 3 "-fb TIVITIE IIIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll B Front row sitting-Charla Dockins, Joan Wallace, Jerry Harrold, Jim Furr, Roy Rusk, Morris Hollanil. Second row sitting-Bob Ewbank, Dale Reed, Mar- gery Howard, Delores Warrick, Jack Baldwin, Anna- bell Fisher, Billy Kinneer. Third row standing--Mr. Harrod, Meredith Rainey, Martha Hoagland, Dorothy Sewell, Nita Odle, Pat Bryant. Norma Jenn Johnson, Jack Furr, Officers President ....... .. Dale Reed Vice-President . . . . . Nita Odle Secretary ......................... Pat Bryant Librarians. .Norma J. Johnson and Martha Hoagland AND It's the first hour and the race for stands is on in the music room. In the midst of tuning-up, Mr. Harrold get the rehearsal of the band underway. On the more serious side, these musicians were a welcome addition to all the home basketball games with their snappy music. They were on hand for the Variety Show in April and commencement in May. Several members of the band participated in the District Music Contest, February 7, in Greencastle. The following students went to this contest and re- :eived these ratings: Joan Wallace, firstg Morris Holland, first, Jack Furr, second, Charla Dockins, second, and James Furr, third. On February 21, the two band students receiving first division ratings, in the District Contest enter- id the State Solo Music Contest in Terre Haute. Joan Wallace received a first division rating and Morris Holland received a second division rating in ghis contest. The soloists worked very hard and de- serve much credit for their fine showing in these contests. CHORUS First row-Delilah Mitchell, Norma Jean Elmore, Charla Dockins, Barbara Holt, Betty Smith, Anna Odle, Dorothy Frazee, Phyllis Rogers, Mr. Harrod. Second row-Lois Newman, Delores Grubb, Dairsy Ann Shoaf, Dorothy Sewell, Marvena Shoaf, Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, Nita Odle, Jean Haines, Norma Jean Johnson. Third row - Martha Hoagland, Maxine Rainey, Duane Rhodes, Roy Rusk, John Marshall, Hugh Houk, Jarrell Florey, Marion Teeguarden, Pat Bry-- ant. Fourth row-Bob Ewbanks, Bill Willett, Bill Gunn Harry Starkey Jr., J. D. Keeling, Bob Clawsor Charles Boggs, Wayne Florey, Bill Edwards. New members not in picture-Josephine Buesching, Mary Hughes, Judith Padgitt, Nadine Shoaf, Al- berta Thomas. The high school chorus numbers forty members. This is the selected group of voices in school, the members being chosen by competitive tryouts. In October, nine members of this group were chosen to represent our school in the Indiana State Choral Festival Concert at the State Teachers' Con- vention in Indianapolis. The conductor for this oc- casion was Mr. Don Craig of Waring's Pennsylvan- ians. The Christmas Messiah was presented by this group in the middle of December. During the month of February the chorus sang in the four churches of Veedersburg. They gave the V. H. S. Varieties in April. On April 16, the chorus sang at the Choral Festival in Attica, this group is made up of students through- out the county. The guest conductor for the event was Mr. J. Russell Paxton, head of the Music De- parement, Arsenal Technical High School. Students of this group rounded out the school year singing for the baccalaureate service and com- mencement in May. THE MESSIAH The chorus presented "The Christmas Messiah" by George Frederick Handel on December 15, 1947 at 8:00 o'c1ock in the gymnasium. Comfort Ye My People Program Tenor Solo ............ .. . Duane Rhodes And the Glory of the Lord Chorus Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind Be Opened Alto Solo Recitative .......... Maxine Rainey He Shall Feed His Flock Alto Solo ........................ N1ta Odle But Who May Abide the Day of His Coming Bass Solo ................... Wayne Florey 0 Thou That Tellest Good Tidings Chorus For Unto Us A Child Is Born Chorus Sopranos Altos Charla Dockins Norma Lee Norma Jean Elmore Pat Bfyaflt Dorothy Frazee Martha Hoagland Barbara Holt Helen King Delilah Mitchell Anna Odle Phyllis Rogers Betty Smith Delores Grubb Jean Haines There Were Shepherds Soprano Recitative Solos faj Barbara Holt tbl Dorothy Frazee ici Betty Smith fdl Anna Odle Glory to God Chorus Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion Soprano Solo .................. Helen King Why Do the Nations Rage Basses In Unison I Know That My Redeemer Liveth Soprano Solo ............... Charla Dockins Hallelujah Chorus Director ...... .... M r. R. Dale Harrod ACC0H1panist .... . . Mrs. John Cronk Personnel of the Chorus Tenors Basses Bechtelheimef Bill' Edwards Charles Boggs Bob Ewbank J. D. Keeling Jarrell Florey Bob Clawson Hugh Houk Bill Gunn Norma Jean Johnson Lois Newman Nita Odle Maxine Rainey Dorothy Sewell Daisy Ann Shoaf Marvcna Shoaf John Marshall Duane Rhodes Roy Rusk Marion Teeguarden Wayne Florey Dean Mitton Harry Starkey Bill Willett V. H. S. VARIETIES The music department presented the following program on April 7 at 8:00 P. M. in the gymnasium: Zenith Overture ...................... Bennett Reverie ......................... . . . Chentte Trombone Toboggan ............... . . . Weber Soloist--Jack Furr Honor Band-March ............. .... W ebcr BAND Negro Spirituals Shortnin' Bread ................... Arr. Goddell Soinebody's Knockin' At My Door ..... Traditional Ol' Man River ........................... Kern SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE Oh Lady Be Good .................... 'Gershwin Embraceable You ............... . . . Gershwin GIRLS' SEXTET Don't Give Up the Ship. .. ............... Warren On the Erie Canal ................ Arr. Treharne NINTH GRADE BOYS Cornet Solo-Polka the Peony ........ Vandercook Morris Holland With A Song In My Heart ......... .... R odgers In An Old Dutch Garden .... ........... G rosz Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral ........ Shannon McLean NINTH GRADE GIRLS Ballet Dance ................. Martha Hoagland Soprano Solo-I Love Life ........... Mana Zucca Charla Dockins The Road Is Calling ........... ..... W alter Madame Jeanette ..... ....... M urray Comin' Thru the Rye .... Arr. Simeone Hallelujah .......................... Youmans HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS Clarinet Solo-Miami Moon ......... J. DeBueris Joan Wallace Barber Shop Quartet .......... High School Boys Gay Nineties Revue. .Members High School Chorus Director .......................... Mr. Harrod SENIOR CLASS PLAY This Girl Business Orville Snapp Cast of Characters Smedley Barkley ............ Marion Teeguarden Jessie Barkley .... ........... M arvena Shoaf Jennifer Barkley ....... Norma Lee Bechelheimer Wendy Barkley ......... Gertrude Brewer Bella ............... .... N orma Jean Johnson Mrs. Ellie McDonald ........ Jean Haines Clad McDonald ..... Duane Rhodes Cuddles Conley . . . . . . Barbara Holt Milly Barkley . . . . . . Joanna Wall Gordon Spoor .. ..... Bill Gunn Jerome Wittie ........ Wayne Florey Setting The entire action of the play takes place in the living room of the Barkley's household in a middle- sized town. Time: The present Stage Managers-J. D. Keeling, Jim Mitton, Jarrell Florey, and Bob Buesching. Publicity-Roy Rusk. Director-Mr. Cronk. D. A. R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD D. A. R. HISTORY AWARD Every year the D- A- R- Chapter DYGSGWCS 2 G00d The D. A. R. Chapter presents an annual honor Citizenship Award to a senior girl- CharaCte1'iS'CiCS award to the winner of the Junior American History onsidered are as follows: Test. Dependability-- Winners of the D. A. R. Award have been: Moral strength, stability of purpose. Leadership- Lois Mallet . . . . . 1921 Personality, self-control, originality. John Black 1922 Service- Patriotism, untelfish loyalty to American idcaf. Anna Mauett ' ' ' 1923 Co-operation, helpfulness, responsibility. Odell McKinsey 1924 R th B .. Winners of the Award have been: u urgner 1925 Page Wallace ..... 1926 . . . . . . 1939 Della Heslef J Margaret Jackson .. 1927 Nina June Boatman 1937 Fl Z. I Bette Smith ...... 1938 Ora leg er ""' 1928 Betty Starkey 1939 Mildred Butz. . .. 1929 Margaret Black r I r 1940 June Glover ........ 1930 Betty Ggodson 1941 Virginia VanDevanter 1931 Ardith Lang ------ 1942 Claradeen Miller .... 1932 Marian Lee Snyder 1943 Gregory Iiing .... 1933 Betty Wood ...... 1944 Dorothy Howard r H 1934 B 1 E t 1945 ever y ngs rom Francis Minick . . . 1935 Marlee Haines 1946 R th C b H Jane Marshall 1947 u amp e "" 1936 Lois Newman 1948 Bette Smith ....... 1937 Hannah Lou Helms . 1938 Milton Lytle ..... 1939 D. A. R. HOMEMAKER'S AWARD Robert Grady 1940 The Homemaker's Award is given by the D. A. R. David Cade . . . 1941 hapter to a girl in the freshman or sophomore lass who has done outstanding work in home eco- Robert Fury "" 1942 nomics. Winners of the Homemakeris Award have Ellen Cade 1943 been: Don French .. 1944 Helen Fxreflch ....... .... 1 Robert B001-d U I U Marian Lee Snyder .... .... 1 940 Arden Keller r 1946 Irene Clore ........ .... 1 941 Jerry Hershbererr r r r r r -1947 Eleanor Howard Marvellen Nicklas . Virginia Sewell .... .... Dottie Simpson ........... .... Norma Lee Bechtelheimer . . . . . . Delilah Mitchell ......... .... 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA First row-Donald Collins, Bill Willett, Dean Hes- ler, Mr. Cade, Donald Clift, Thomas Payne, Bob McLean. Second row-Joey Board, Harold Olds, Bob Claw- son, Harry Starkey Jr., David Lyons, Dale Reed. OFFICERS President . . . . . John Cowar Vice-President . . . . . . David Lyons Secretary .. .... Robert McLean Treasurer . .. ..... Dean Hesler Reporter . . . . . . Sponsor . . . Harry Starkey, Jr. .. Mr. Cade The Veedersburg F. F. A. chapter was revived this year by Mr. Cade. The chapter held its first meeting of January 8 for the purpose of election of officers. A program of work was planned for the re- mainder of the year. Meetings were held monthly. The F. F. A. is a national organization consisting of vocational agriculture boys. The primary aim of the F. F. A. is the development of agricultural lead- ership, co-operation, and citizenship. The specific purposes for which this organization were formed are as follows: 1. To develop competent and aggressive rural lead- ership. 2 To create and nurture a love for country life. 3. To encourage members to improve the farm home and its surroundings. 4. To develop character, train. for useful citizen- ship, and foster patriotism. 5. To participate in co-operative effort. 6. To encourage and practice thrift. 7. To encourage improvement in scholarship. 8. To provide and encourage the development of organized rural recreational activities. The chapter's colors are blue and gold. The motto is as follows: Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve BREEZE STAFF Left to right: Anne Mae Henthorn, Lois Newman, Doris Jean Janeway, Gertrude Brewer, Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, Barbara Holt, Jean Haines, Mar- vena Shoaf, Joanna Wall, Doris Clift, Freda Pick- ett, Dot Sewell. The V. H. S. Breeze is a mimeographed school paper which appears at intervals during the school year. The advanced typing class published it as a class project. Faculty Advisor .... .... M iss Thomas HI-Y First row, left to right-Bob Ewbanks, Bob Mc- Lean, Jim Lyons, Mr. Cronk, Bill Gunn, Bob Booe, Carl Fletcher, Bill Willett. Second row-Paul Haupt, J. D. Keeling, Bob Buesch- ing, Bob Clawson, Harry Starkey Jr., Jerry Hersh- berger, Jarrell Florey, Dale Reed. The Hi-Y Club, organized by Mr. Cronk, has now completed its fifth successful year with a group of boys who have adopted as their slogan "Create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." OFFICERS President ..... Bob Buesching Vice-President . . . ...... Bill Gunn Secretary .... . . . Bob McLean Treasurer ......... .... J . D. Keeling Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . . . Dale Reed SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Senior Party: The senior class had their class party Friday eve- ning, October 3, in the music and home economics rooms of the high school building. Guests of the evening were members of the junior class and their sponsors. Forms of entertainment were varied, such as dancing, cards, indoor games, and a scavenger hunt. Refreshments of ham salad sandwiches, potato chips, punch, and mints were served. Everyone had an enjoyable evening. The teachers excelled in sit- ting back and watching the students and thinking of when they were young. i Junior Party : On Friday evening, October 31, the school build- ing was the scene of a Hallowe'en party, to which came ghosts, clowns, Indians, scare-crows, paper bags, beautiful ladies, handsome men, and pretty Betty Box. There were prizes for the ugliest, fun- niest, and the most original. Dale Reed, the scare- crow, received the prize for the ugliest, Marvena Shoaf, the bashful little girl, received the prize for the funniest, and Betty Smith, who was pretty Betty Box, received the prize for the most original. After the unmasking, indoor games, dancing and a treasure hunt was enjoyed. Refreshments were served in the home economics room, and everyone went home tired, but very happy. - li-. 1i.-+1 Sophomore Party: The sophomore class had a Hallowe'en party Oc- tober 22, in the music room of the high school build- ing. At 7:30 all participated in a scavenger hunt. The school's record player was used for dancing. Refreshments were served in the home economics room, and the group enjoyed dancing for the re- mainder of the evening. Freshman Party: The freshman class party was held on Friday evening, September 19, in the music room of the high school building. The entertainment committee arranged the music for dancing and games. An in- teresting feature was a big cake decorated with school colors and class year. HIGH SCHOOL OPINION Miss Wisdom . . . Mr. Wisdom ....... .. Delores Fields . . . . . John Marshall Queen of Beauty .... .......... A nna Odle King Handsome .... .... M arion Teeguarden Happy-Go-Lucky ................... Hugh Houk Best Scouts ......... J. D. Keeling and Bill Gunn Best Pals ............ J. D. Keeling and Bill Gunn Lovebirds of V. H, S. . . . . . . . . . . Jannie Haines and Wayne Florey Miss Fashion ....................... Nita Odle Mr. Fashion .............. Bob Booe Favorite Basketball Player ............. Bill Gunn Most Likely to Succeed ........... John Marshall Women Haters. . . . . . Popular Girl . .. Popular Boy . .. Clock Watcher . . . Best Excuse ..... Favorite Patsime . .. ,Jr. Starkey, Paul Haupt, and Charles Helms Delilah Mitchell Bill Gunn . . . Anna Mae Henthorne . . . .The Alarm Didn't Go Off . . . . . . . . . . Blowing Bubbles fx i n 3 , Fashion: Miss ZPAMYZ ood-iooigf 'IF or K. 'yy 0 A i . i rqissgyvijgnm I g'yTh,3.?3if5d0?q Q' P5055 Smeivizo succeed YS 2' 3 ' A 1 1 - ' - : me R ' W TM R535 Q R 5 Q1 , ,, , gg 'X H .EE ::s' ' W 3 ' A S ,k Xb ,MX mx X as mwmg is X . . Q X. , sm.: .-:::s:a,::5:.:. '.:.:.:. :f.,., : . x is 'Z -Q W, . ...,,.. ,.., . .. . . A . :x ' V 5. -w xrewv f ax - ..... 1 ' - X f 51+ ff" ' Q I-' .M - ..... 1. Y ww, X X, Q35 .::n:.,9 ., s if W . Gab , S' V . . ,, , Q fix' NWT' Q mf. 9 21" . 5 ? -:. ., ' N: ?f'Q:ff?M?2 , 7- luuqu' 52" "H ,S F :.:.:.::2i,. , ., ' ' Nw , siibpddr BQ! 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I, Norma Lee Bechtelheimer, do will my C's in deportment to Anna Odle so she will have to take her semester exams. I, Robert Booe, do will my seat by the window to Jack Leonard. I, Gertrude Brewer, do will my seat in civics class to anyone who will take it and my position on the Pintus Staff to anyone unlucky enough to get it. I, Robert Buesching, do will my height to Gerrald Buyers. I, Doris Clift, do will my shortness in stature to Ona Stonebraker. I, Delores Fields, do will my fondness for writing physics experiments to Maxine Rainey. I, Jarrell Florey, do will my back seat in assem- bly to any junior boy. ' I, Wayne Florey, do will my ability to get out of work to Jack Furr. I, Bill Gunn, do will my basketball abilitty to John Marshall and my temper to Bob McLean. I, Jeannie Haines, do will my big green eyes to Ruthie Florey. ' I, Paul Haupt, do will my long walk to school to Bob Ewbank, and my good deeds to Bob Clawson. I, Charles Helms, do will my quietness to Junior Starkey. I, Anna Mae Henthorne, do will my long walks in the assembly to anyone who can't sit still. I, Jerry Hershgerger, do will my good grades to Thomas Payne. V . 1 E L I I' I, Barbara Holt, do will my ability to say the right things at the wrong time to anyone unlucky enough to get ity I I, Hugh Houk, do will my good nature to Joe-Holt and my height to DeWayne Helms. I, Doris Janeway, do will my typewriter to any- one who thinks he can type on it, and my dislike for shorthand to someone who likes it. I, Norma Jean Johnson, do will my position as editor of the Pintus to anyone willing to work for it and my seat in physics class to Miss Thomas. I, J. D. Keeling, do will my ability to get in trou- ble and then get out of it to Allen Bass. I, Leroy Keeling, dowill my typing ability to some junior boy and my janitor jobs to some green freshman. I, Jim Lyons, do will my A's on my report card to my little brother David. I, Jim Mitton, do will my education from Mr. Cade to Roddy Noggle. I, Lois Newman, do will my blond hair to Jean Elmore and my likeness for red-heads to any girl who can stand their temper. I, Freda Pickett, do will my ability to stay awake in the assembly to Bill Stonebrfaker andf my liking for shorthand to Lucille Helms. - - I, Duane Rhodes, do will my yelling position to George McKinney and my lovable disposition to all the teachers. ' fl - 4 I, Roy Rusk, do will my s ,dent manageriposition to Bill Kinneer. ' I. Dorothy Sewell, do will my seat in home ego- nomics to Betty Olds and my walk to Myers' Drug, Store each morning to Pat Bryant. I, Marvena Shoaf, do will my liking'for book- keeping to Delores Grubb and my ability of getting along with the teachers to anyone who can't. I, Marion Teeguarden, do will my black wavy hair to Bill Willett and my ability to talk across the as- sembly to Jack Linker. I, Joanna Wall, do will my height in stature to Ida Mae Dismore. SENIOR PROPHECY On the fifteenth day of May, 1968, as the spring sunshine is warming the cool breeze in this teem- ing metropolis of Veedersburg, I, a busy housewife am on my way to the Super Market, which is owned and operated by none other than Duane Rhodes. If you remember, "Hap" had that wonderful ability to sell anything to anybody. As I walk down one of the well-stc-cked aisles, I meet Freda Pickett, who is now happily married. She tells me that Doris Clift attended a beautician's college and now has a beauty shop of her own. Two of my purchases are eggs and butter, prod- ucts of the Keeling Dairy, which is owned by Leroy Keeling. l As I purchase carrots, I notice that the tag on the bunch says that they have been grown on the Mitton Truck Farms. I realize that this is undoubt- edly my old class-mate Jim Mitton. My shopping over, I leave the store and stroll slowly down the main street past the office of C. Wayne Florey, M. D., who is assisted by his wife, the former Jean Haines, who is a registered nurse. Next to the office of Dr. Florey is the establish- ment called Free Lance Stenographers, Inc., man- aged by Norma Lee Bechtelheimer and Lois New-- man. Next I stop in the Teeguarden Pharmacy to have one of those delicious Marion's Malted Specials. Des- pite his thriving prescription business Marion was not too busy to wait on an old school mate. Enroute home, I note my almost empty gas tank, so I stop at Ted's Standard Service Station which is owned and manager by Jim Lyons. Again on my way home I turn and go up Queen's Drive when I notice a large crowd gathered around a wreck One of the involved is Charles Helms, who is now man- ager of the Veedersburg Creamery. Charles got his start in this business by driving with his dad on his cream route several years ago. - Reaching home, I pause to read the afternoon edi- tion of the Veedersburg Variety, edited by Dori's Janeway. On the front page I see that Hugh Houk, a prosperous farmer, has set a record for corn yield this year. I also see that Roy Rusk, who attended Purdue, is now on their faculty list. He has just made some amazing discoveries about erosion. The headline says that the Republicans are running Norma Jean Johnson for the Senate this year. On the society page I read the men's fashion edi- tor's column by Robert Booe. In the vacation news I see that Joanna Wall, a head nurse at Mayo Clinic, is home on vacation. I just remember that my husband told me to leave the car at J. D. Keeling's Garage for a complete check-up before we leave for Cleveland, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reed. Mrs. Reed is the former Dor- othy Sewell. While we are there, we plan to see the professional basketball team, "The Lightningsf' Two stars on the team are Jarrell Florey and Bill Gunn. I must also remember to call Paul Haupt's Re- frigeration Service to have him look at my deep freeze which has been acting up. This eyening my husband is taking me to Brew- er's Beanery, the finest restaurant in town operat- ed by a former classmate, Gertrude Brewer. I hear someone at the door, it is a McDaniel's Freight Lines driver. Seeing him reminds me that Jerry Hershberger is now district manager of the lines. Anna Mae Henthorne, who is following in her sister's footsteps is a -private secretary to Mr. Mc- Daniel. As I continue to read the paper I see Bob Buesch- ing. an engineer, has been found. Bob was construct- ing roads in Africa when he disappeared. Marvena Shoaf and Delores Fields, returned Mis- eionaries from India, are filling speaking engage- ments at the Town Hall this evening according to another news item. I am indeed pleased at having been able on this day to account for all my class-mates of 1948. Barbara Holt. SENIOR HISTORY In September, 1944, we were fifty small fourteen year olds entering V. H. S., but at lest we were very proud of ourselves to be in high school. We were off to a good start with a class party. In spite of our difficulties, we managed to stumble through our first year as well as could be expected. In our sophomore year we eagerly participated in activities and found there really wasn't much to be so timid about. When we became juniors, we fell into the swing of school affairs and were the ones who enjoyed the rights or upper-classmen. An interesting accomp- lishment for us was the purchasing of class rings. Financial problcms were ours as we soon began to plan for the traditional junior-senior reception. We sold magazines and cady, and so the money was made. The crowning event of the year was the ban- quet and Stardust dance for the seniors. We closed the year feeling that it had been "well-done." As seniors we are adding our thirty portraits to the art gallery in the hall of V. H. S.: as another contritution to the school, we lcave a wire recorder as our parting gift. The above related facts may not be found in American historv texts. but we sincerelv feel the deeds performed by this small part of the world should be recorded on this page. Wayne Florey. HISTORY OF VEEDERSBURG SCHOOL When Veedersburg was first plotted as a town in 1871, VanBuren Township was divided into six school districts under the supervision of the town- shi trustee A director was appointed in each dis p - - trict to keep the school house in proper repair for the opening of the fall term. The trustee called the patrons together to select a teacher for the ensuing term. The district school house was located just northeast of the present grade school building. As the town began to grow, another room was added and another teacher hired. Julius Gambold and Dilli'e Gambold were the teachers at this time. The township trustee was Oliver Osborn. one of the first merchants of the town. He was succeeded in office by D. K. Smith. At a later date, a two-story four-room frame building was built on the site of the present high school building. It cost iB2,300, and was known as the VanBuren Township Graded School. The first graduation exercise was held in Nixon's Hall in 1882 with seven members in the class. As the town continued to grow, in 1894, C. K. VanDeve-nter, E. E. Wade, and Elmer Glover, who were the trustees for the school, decided a new school building was needed. A new brick building consisting of nine rooms was built. At this time it was one of the largest school buildings in the county. In 1907 the school again was over-crowded, and it became necessary for another new building. E. C. Dodson was superintendent. J. M. Osborn. D. K. Smith, and Zeb Booe of the Board of Education voted to build a new building. School began for the first term in the new building September 1908, and the 1909 class was the first to graduate from this building. The first Pintus appeared at this time. In 1922 the gym was added to the building. Gale Smith was superintendent. The school board at this time was Ralph D. Gookins, E. W. Kirk, and D. S. Cade During the depression time a lot of work was done by the P. W. A. The room of the northeast cor- ner of the building was added and a lot of work was done in the basement. From 1944 to 1948 many improvements have been made. These include new fluorescent lights, a new heating system, new class room equuipment, refin- ishing of the floors, and kitchen equipment for the home economics room. A new score board and of- ficia1's bench has been added to the gym this year. The superintendent during this time was C. W. Dockins. Those serving on the school board were: J. Glenn Crane, Karl VanDevanter, Grover Holmes, Carl Songer, Herschel Keeling and Harris Linda- mood. For the last three years the senior class has been leaving different equipment. The 1946 and previous classes left a moving picture projector, the 1947 class left a slide machine for individual classroom use, and the 1948 class is leaving a portable wire recorder. Norma Jean Johnson CALENDAR August 29. On a summer day begins our new school year. As usual there is an abundance of green freshmen. September 1. How nice to have a vacation so soon-- Labor. Day. September 2. The students are back to school, wel- corned by a speech from Mr. Dockins. September 3. It's too good to be true. School is out again forthe annual State Fair. September 4. The students are back from the fair with sunburns and empty pockets. September 5. The class officers are elected: senior president, Marion Teeguardeng junior president, Betty Smithg sophomore president, Dorothy Frazeeg and freshman president, Martin Boggs. September 7. The souds of "'Want to Buy a Breeze" are heard from the advanced typing class. The first baseball game takes place. Veedersburg ambushes Hillsboro 10-1. September 9. The second ball game and Williams- port defeats Veedersburg 4-1. The school .band elects officers. September 10. The Girls Athletic Association is or- ganized. September 11. Magazine sales begin and the junior class is just full of super salesmen. September 12. Veedersburg railroads Richland 18-3. September 23. Baseball game at Hillsboro, Veeders- burg wins by a margin of 12 runs. The score is 15-3. September 24. Seniors plan a party for juniors on October 3. September 26. Ballgame at Veedersburg. They de- feat Williamsport 7-6. Some misunderstanding. Oh well, they can't win all the time. September 29. Sweet voices from the music room as students rehearse for State Choral Festival. October 1. Practice for State Choral Festival is held. October 3. Veedersburg defeats Wallace 3-2. First copy of Breeze appears. The seniors entertain jun- iors tonight. October 4. From the looks of these juniors and sen- iors the party must have been a hit last night. October 7. The game which decides the trophy win- ners is played at Kingman. Kingman plays a splen- did gance and defeats Veedersburg 3-1. October 8. Everyone starts cramming. Those fatal six week exams are here already. October 14. The class tournament is held. Seniors are still the masters. They have won the tourna- ment for the last three years. October 17. Little studyingg the carnival is so much more important. October 19. Seniors prefer the merry-go-round to a text book. October 21. Hap Rhodes, Delilah Mitchell, and Mar- tha Hoagland are elected yell leaders. October 22. The Teacher's'Institute is held at In- dianapolis. Another vacatibn for the students. October 27. Back to the old grind again. November 2. The new physics equipment is given a work-out by the seniors. November 5. "Big Rich" entertains student body. November 6. The home ec. girls make candy. The assembly is just full of human guinea pigs. November 11. Basketball game at Kingman.. V. H. S. is the victor with a score of 53-33. Wonderful game, boys November 14. Students witness demonstration of instruments by Kamp Music Co. November 15. V. H. S. defeats the Hillsboro Wild- cats in a thrilling game. Score is 47-43. November 17 The chorus sounds like frogs. It must be that ball game. November 20. Exams, with a capital UE." November 21. Williamsport Bingies defeat V. H. S. Green Devils 32-28 at Attica. They ran into a streak of bad luck it seems. November 26. V. H. S. starts Thanksgiving vaca- tion by defeating Cayuga 48-30 December 1. Only 24 more days till Christmas so the freshmen say. December 2. V. H. S. journeys to Attica only to be defeated in a fast and thrilling overtime game. That fateful score is 48-41. December 6. These seniors are always selling some- thing, now it's annuals. December 7. The Devils play Danville, Illinois. V. H. S. makes a swell showing but gets defeated 52-45. CALENDAR December 15 The chorus gives an inspiring Messiah in the gym. December 16. V. H. S. trample Wingate 52-35. December 19. The Green Devils give Covington something to worry about when they play some hard fast ball, but Covington proves and wins 24-22. Christmas vacation begins. December 29. Students return to school wearing Christmas presents. Girls wear their bows and boys their loud shirts and sweaters. December 30. Everyone looks forward to a rootin' tootin' New Year's Eve. January 1. Everyone is out for New Year's Day. January 2. Very few look saintly over resolutions. January 6. Annual Staff is posted, Norma Jean Johnson gets position as editor. V. H. S. slaps down Rockville with a score of 52-39. January 7. Everyone keeps fingers crossed as ex- emptions are posted. A few are lucky. January 8. Semester exams begin. January 12. Second semester starts and some changes in the schedule are made. January 13. Super salesman Rhodes sells S68 worth of advertising in one day. January 14. Seniors leave physics class before bell rings. Some uproar! January 15. A few happy-go-lucky girls play follow- the-leader in the assembly. . January 16. Seniors begin to wonder. The only place left for their group picture is behind the door. January 19. My, look at the new clothes and shining faces! They, must be taking pictures for the annual today. January 20. Seniors go to Attica to have their grad- uation pictures taken. What a hectic day! January 23. Will Covington remain undefeated? That is the 3564 question. January 26. V. H. S. students are down-hearted about Attica's victory but our defeat of Covington is a great consolation Seniors receive their proofs Some bashful ones take theirs home and hide them. February 4. Snow, snow upon the ground, and some down Pat Bryant's neck. February 6. The following boys and girls who are entered in the Music Festival at Greencastle, gave a program this morning: Jim Furr, Jack Furr, Joan Wallace, Morris Holland, and Charla Dockins. February 20. V. H. S. defeats Black Aces in last game of the season. February 23. T. B. patch tests are given to grades 8, 11, and 12. February 25. Nurses take off patches. Anna Mae H. sees tape marks and thinks she is dying of T. B. February 26, 27, 28. Sectional Tournament. V. H. S. defeats Pine Knots in an overtime game. Also de- feats Hillsboro 6 points, only to be beaten by Attica 42-21 Attica wins tourney. March 1. Look at those report cards! Nita 0dle's almost results in her staying home for next six weeks. March 9. -Seniors receive graduation picturesf March 11. Play cast is selected. March 12. Sophomore girls play senior girls. Oh, that score! March 15. Last minute preparations are made for Pintus to go to press. We made it on time. May the weary staff rest! March 26. Grade school operetta. March 29 .Six weeks exam! Oh, woe-! April 7. Music department presents V. H. S. Va- rieties. April 12 Senior play practice begins. April 16. District Choral Festival is held in Attica. April 19. More play practice. and more play .prac- tice. ' J April 30. 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Homer: "I would recommend having it plowed under." L. WOOLEN HOLLCROFT Carpentry Service CABINETS BARS BOOTHS "It It's Made of Wood, We Make It" - TELEPHONE 186-A VEEDERSBURG, IND Waiter: "How do you know there isn't any meat in that sandwich? Customer: "A little swallow just told me." 91 Dr. and Mrs. G. J. Himebaugh MCDONALD STUDIO Phone 177 WALLPAPER PHOTOGRAPHY ART MATERIALS PICTURE FRAMES 223 TONES OF PAINTS 202 W. Second St. Veedersburg, Ind. AMBULANCE SERVICE--DAY OR NIGHT Lady Attendant F I S H E R O F U N E R A L H O M E CHARLES E. FISHERO Phone 2 or 213--Veedersburg, Indiana LAWRENCE W. Uackj HOWARD TELEPHONE D-256 THE STERLING MOWER SHOP Hand and Power Mowers Repaired and Sharpened On Precision Grinder' COMPLETE SATISFACTION New Power and Hand Mowers V EEDERSBURG, INDIANA. VAN DEVANTER'S 65 YEARS ON MAIN STREET Furniture Rugs Appliances MUTUAL INSURANCE VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA Rural and City Property Auto and Compensation PHONE 14-A KENNETH CADE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS COMPLIMENTS OF ERNEST W. LUDLOW I PHONE 90-M VEEDERSBURG GOOD LUCK SENIORS GROSS' SERVICE STATION RE S T AURANT GREASING TIRE REPAIR PHON-E 96 RESTAURANT PHONE 127 GARAGE 24-HOUR SERVICE Veedersburg, Indiana Route 41 8z 34 A SCHooL WORTH CONSIDERING LAFAYETTE BUSINESS COLLEGE THE INDIANA BUSINESS coLI,EGE OF LAFAYETTE ' DE s0'ro PLYMOUTH MYERS MOTOR SALES 109 West Second Street I VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS IC E F U E L R H O D E S G E N E R A L H A U L I N G PHONE 204-M 400 SOUTH MAIN CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS VEEDERSBURG GRAIN, INC. BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS COAL FERTILIZER SEED ELEVATOR-Phone 168 MILL-Phone 80 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS: Make The Hub Headquarters for BONDS COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE REAL ESTATE FINANCE HUB INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 47 CARL SONGER Compliments and Best Wishes Seniors FARM DRAINAGE and BULL-DOZING JOE HOLT PHONE 173-A HALL'S JEWELRY JEWELRY REPAIR OF ALL KINDS VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA. 7War5Aa!!.9uJioJ, Qgnc LAMPS AND PARCHMENT LAMPSHADES PI-IOTOGRAPHIC ACCESSORIES u2Jel'6Lul'g-, sgfliballa THE CAPS AND GOWNS Used by the Senior Class of This School for Graduation Week FURNISHED BY HARRY K. LANDES COMPANY 287 Illinois Street Indianapolis, Indiana THE HOME OF FAMOUS "HARYKO" COSTUMES Compliments of The Veedersburg State Bank Compliments of Gordon Morehouse Compliments of Clifford Bell FOUNTAIN COUNTY LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COMPANY, INC. DAILY LIVESTOCK MARKET MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY COMMUNITY SALE EVERY FRIDAY SPECIAL SALES CAN BE ARRANGED Barney Poole, Manager Veedersburg, Indiana Good Luck Seniors-Marie Coats coMPLIMENTs of BURGNER'S GARAGE SINCE 1911 VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA Compliments of Parham's Mortuary Good Luck Seniors-Dave 8z Ray's Pool Room ' UUMPLIMENTS ' and CUNGRATULATIUNS SENIURS VEEDERSBURG LUMBER CGMPANY CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS COMPLIMENTS OF DeKALB AGRICULTURAL ASS'N. INC. BUD LEAVERTON, PLANT MANAGER Lafayette, Indiana Compliments of Veedersburg Saving 8: Loan Ass'n COMPLIMENTS OF Electrical 8a Water Dept. TOWN OF VEEDEIRSBURG Board of Trustees ROBERT JACKSON JOHN BYERS Superintendent CLIFFORD BELL DEWEY BANTA KENNETH GROSS Clerk-Treasurer Day Phone 54 Rex's Taxi Service Night Phone 189-D Compliments of Charm Beauty Shop l lg: l 1 Best Wishes For A Successful Future KELLER'S NORTH SIDE GROCERY 605 North Newlin Street V EEDERSBURG, INDIANA TELEPHONE A-18 Compliments of Chick's Billard Parlor COMPLIMENTS or LESLIE M. HOWARD Distributor of DeLAVAL CREAM SEPERATORS MILKERS AND ELECTRIC MOTORS Compliments of Jim Drollinger CARL BUTT'S SUPER STATION 1 SHELL LUBRICATION GOODYEAR TIRES Veedersburg, Indiana I ' ' State Road 34 Good Luck Seniors-K. S. Preston, D.V.M. PHONE 97 DAVID R. ODLE 112 W. 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North Street Phone 650 Danville, Illinois ALLEN'S CITIES SERVICE , GAS GROCERIES OIL Corner Routes 34 and 41 Sterling, Indiana BEST WISHES . - I for 4 f HEALTH AND HAPPINESS to the SENIORS OF 1948 1 - I VEEDERSBURG CLAY PRODUCTS CO., INC. V Compliments of Ralph Brame Compliments of Wisher Myers GOOD LUCK SENIORS from I DANNY WILSON'S BARBER SHOP ' 122 SOUTH MAIN STREET Compliments of Paul Miller 396' 6zfC7omf'1fm.eer CEL csnvncebvesofnsaune '- ae " .XJ ' 'I 'l fl K 1 , Gu' LX W an k ,-I .Z .il ' ,, , 14' fd Q' ' ' La Q -1- Veedersburg, In "The Best In Beauty Service" CABLE9S BEAUTY SHOP diana Phone 42 408 Mill Street PAUL PAUL D. BOGGS 8z SONS Contractors 8z Engineers VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA "Let Dewey Do It" D. BOGGS, SR. RUTH M. BOGGS PAUL D. BOGGS, JR. MARTIN F. BOGGS l Best Wishes To The Class of 1948 FORREST SONGER Fountain County Pop Corn Co. y 0VERPECK'S APPLIANCE 8z HARDWARE COMPLETE SALES sl SERVICE in MAYTAG WASHERS PHILGAS RANGES PHILCO REFRIGERATOR CROSLEY APPLIANCES Veedersburg, Ind. Telephone 70 MARION H. OVERPECK Compliments of Wilbur Cartwright Compliments of Wabash Prairie Telephone Corp. DR. C. B. MCCORD PHYSICIAN Wit: "Have you ever studied a blotter?" N it: "No. why should I?" Wit: "Very absorbing subject." U I CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS STERLING FOOD MARKET HOME KILLED MEAT TELEPHONE 44 LOWELL CRANE, Manager VIRGIL JENKS HERB FERGUSON A C E G A R A G E Phone 83 WRECKER SERVICE BODY 8: FENDER WORK General Overhauling, Motor Line-ups! INDIANA CONDENSED MILK COMPANY l BUYERS OF QUALITY CREAM YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 82 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 'ROBINETTE FLORAL COMPANY 501 State Street Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 216-M BONDED FLOWERS BY BONDED SERVICE l FLOWERS SPEAK FOR YOU VEEDERSBURGGREENHOUSE Telephone 220 COMPLIMENTS OF FOUNTAINCOUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OPERATIVE ASSVN.INC. Phone 37 ATTICA VEEDERSBURG RIVERSIDE GESSIE HI KIDS FRANK 8 BONNIE INVITE YOU OUT TO SUNNYINN A FOR YOURFAVORITE REFRESHMENTS 8 FOOD VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA. South Junction of 34 8z 41 I I HIGHLAND COURT CAFE SHORT ORDERS STEAK Sz FRENCH FRIES Sunday Chicken Dinners South Junction U. S. Highway 41 and State Road 34 J. E. PADGETT Telephone 615-M 24-Hour Service Since 18901 The Veedersburg News Printers Publishers W. L. Boggs Dot Boggs Lois Boggs Lowell M. Pendry Bud Guiliano Eston Meihls IN APPRECIATION The 1948 Pintus comes to a close. We hope it pleases you. If it does--thank you. Many hours have been spent by the staff and sponsors, Miss Cobb and Mr. Dockins, but at the last minute we timidly think: Should anyone be disappointed at finding an error in its pages, we can only say: Please for- give us. We take this opportunity to thank our advertis- ers who have so willingly supported our book. We also sincerely thank Mr. Marshall, who very pa- tiently and generously gave us his assistance for the snapshot pages. Our aim has been to show the spirit of our school from the standpoint of both work and play, so that in future years we shall look back upon pleasant memories of V. H. S. The Staff. 177 Tlx fir, gl?-6 l rr 1-yr ff? 3. v.'4 ,. 5 'AA A- f' - f-:ff fvw ,.-if 'AA .A A- JA ..- A f-ff!-,A -A f?fA. --A JF' A 'fi ,-ff -.A 'A-Aw -1-V. " -'1""" . . . ' i"1' -'A . -V . -- . - -.- '-. -.A 'A -A1 . 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