Veedersburg High School - Pintus Yearbook (Veedersburg, IN)
- Class of 1950
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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
'rah! 'rah! 'rahi
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.
Sitting, left to right: Dorothy Frazee, Barbara Vavas, Jeanne Lowe,
Georgia Ludlow, Algena Fields.
Standing: Janet Janeway, Anna Odle, Margery Howard, Bob Bald-
win, Joe Boord, Mary Ellen Odle, Jack Linker, John Marshall, Pat Bryant,
Nita Odle. i
Members of the staff have tried to ,capture the expressions and
thoughts of Veedersburg High School students in this eventful year.
We trust we have given you a yearbook filled with pleasant, memories,
which will remain with you for years to come.
THE PI NTUS STAFF
Assistant Editor ..
Business Manager .
Activities . . .
Sports Editor . .
Departments . . .
Typists . . .
Faculty Advisors . .
. . . Pat Bryant,
. . . . Janet Janeway
, . . ........ Joe Boord
. . . . . . . Margery Howard
Mary Ellen Odle
. . Dorothy Frazee
., . . . Anna Odle
.. . Nita Odle
. , . . Bob Baldwin
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
HARRY MERRUJL, JR- HARRIS LINDAMOOD KEITH SMITH
' Treasurer President Secretary
CHARLE W. DOCKINS
B.S., MS. Degrees
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KENNETH R. CADE
B.S., M.S. Degrees
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A.B. ' Degree
English, Latin, and Libcrary
ZALA M. INGERSOLL
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JOHN G. CRONK LINCOLN LANKEOI
A.B., M.S. Degrees B.S., M.S. Degrees
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Vocational Agriculture: Band 1, 2, 4g Vocational Agriculture: Varieties 1.
Music Contest 45 Varieties 13 F.F.A. 39
JOSEPH ARTHUR BOORD
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PATRICIA ANN BRYANT V BERTI-IA LOUISE BYERS
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Academic: President 1, Basketball 1, 23 Commerce: Williamsport H. S. 1, 2, 3.
Band 1,'2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Var-
ieties 1, 2, 3, 45 Music ,Contest 1, 43
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DONALD W. CLIFT
Vocational Agriculture: Baseball 1, 2, 3,
45 Basketball 4, Track 3, 45 F.F.A. 3,
County Poultry Judging Team 3, Veget-
able Juddinn Team 3.
DONALD F. COLLINS
Vocational Agriculture: F.F.A. 33 Veget-
able Judginig Team 3.
an-:RAM PAUL EBERT'
Academic: Reporter! 43 Baseball' 3, 4
Tract 3, 4.
A 3 ROBERT LEON EWBANK
Academic: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketlba
1, 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 1
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4, Stal
Choral Festival 45 Hi-Y 1, 2.
MILDRED ALGENA FIELDS
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Academic: Varieties 1, Pintus, Typist.
Billie Arthur Berlin ,king lj
Nov. 15, 1951-Oct. 15,2008 '
Billie Arthur Berlin, 76, of Crawfordsville, died '
at 4:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Berlin was born Nov. 15, 1931 in Veeders- -' -
burg to Vernon and Irene Robbins Berlin. He Q
married Shirlie Duncan on May 21, 1955. She preceded him in
He was retired from Flaybestos and served in the U.S. Army
during the Korean War. His memberships included First Church
of the Nazarene, VFW 1431 and the Ben Hur Car Club. He
attended Veedersburg schools.
Berlin is survived by one daughter, Jerri fJiml Fitzwater of
Crawfordsvilleg one brother, Jack fBettyJ Berlin of Veeders-
burg: two sisters, Donna fdohnl Mayotte and Nora Jones both
of Crawfordsvilleg his companion, Diana Hubble of Crawu
fordsvilleg two grandchildreng and one great-grandchild. f
Funeral services are at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Hunt 8t Son
Funeral Home with the Bev. Michael Uhl officiating. Burial will
follow in Oak Hill Cemetery North with military rites by Amer-
ican LeagionNFW. Visitation is from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at
the funeral home. . f
Online condolences may be made at www.huntandson.comf
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Commerce: President 25 Vice-President 1
3, 43 Basketball '1, 29 Chorus 2, 3, 4
Varieties 1, 2, 3, 45 District Ch-o-ral Festi-
val 2, 3, 4g State Music Contest 43 Pintus, .
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MARTHA JEAN HOAGLAND
Commerce: Reporter 1, 2, 35 Basketball
1, 2, Band 1,,2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4g Yell Leader 1,4 2, 3, 4.
Vocational Agriculture: Vice-President 25
President 3-, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Student
Manager 4. '
' ALLAN DEAN HARVEY ' A DEAN HESLER r
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Academic: Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 3, 4. Vocational Agriculture: Varieties 1: F
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:MARGERY ANN HOWARD 'NORMAN DALE HUGHES
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Commerce: Band 1, 2: Chorus 1, 4g Var- Vocational Agriculture: Baseball 1, 2, 3
ieties 1, 45 District Choral Festival 1,4g Varieties 15 F.F.A. 3. 4
State Music Contest 4 3 Pintus, Assistant
Business Manafrer. '
JANET LOU JANEWAY
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00 Vocational Home Econ-omics: Basketball
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KV Fair School 2, 3g Pintus, Assistant Editor. '
A DAVID KESTER JACKIE DEAN LINK1-IR
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Vocational Agriculture: Treasurer 13 Academic: Treasurer 2, 45 Baseball 45
Basketball 1- Basketball 1, 2, '45 Varieties lg Pintus,
' Sports Editor. '
BETTY JEAN LOWE
GEORGIA ANN LUDLOW
Commercial: Chorus 1, 3, 43 District Commerce: Basketball 1, 2: Chorus 4
Ch.oral Festival 1, 3, 4-3 Varieties 1, 3, 4, Varieties 1, 4: Pintus, Typist.
Pintus, Activities. '
DAVI-D A. LYONS
Vocational Agriculture: Treasurer 3g
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1 2, 3, 45
Chorus 35 Varieties 1, 3, F.F'.A. 3, Vice-
President 2. 3
- JOHN VA. WIARSTIXIILC
Academic: Secretary 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
State Choral Festivalg Varieties 1, 2, 4g
D.A.R. History Award: Pintus, Assistant
Business Manager. '
ESTON L. MEIHLS
Vocational Agriculture: Varieties 1
MABLE D. MILES
Academic: Varieties 1.
MARVIN DEAN' MITTON
Vocational Agriculture: Chorus 1, 2, 35
Varieties 1. 2, 3. ' .
MARY ELLEN ODLE
Commerce: Basketball 1, 2: Clhorus 1, 4g
Varieties 1, 43 Pintus, Activities.
ANNA DELL ODLE
Academic: Secretary 1, 2, 33 Basketball
1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Varieties 1, 2, 3, 45
District Music Contest 3, 43 District Clhoral
Festival 3, 4g Pintus, Calendar.
NITA LA MAE ODLE
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Academic: Basketball 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3,
43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-5 State Clhoral Festival
2,. 3, 4, Varieties 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Contest
3, 43 Pintus, Snapshots. .
MARY VIRGINIA RAINEY BARBARA ALICE RUSK
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Commerce: Varieties 1. Commerce: Varieties 1.
N! V -,NINA DELORI-:s SCHU'I'Z
Commerce: Varieties' 1.3 Chorus 1.
DNA MARIE S'l:0N'EBRLAKER FREIDA AIRENE TOTHEROH
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- BARBARA JOAN VAVAS
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Commerce: Basketball 1, 23 Chorus 1, 3,
43 Varieties 1, 3, 43 District Music ConQQ
test 43 D.A.Ra Good Citizeng Pintus, Typist.
WILLIAM D. WILLETT
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Agriculture: Reporter 13 Baseball 1, 2, 3
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State Choral Festival 43 F.F.A. 23 HI-Y 2
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Front Row, left to right: Martha Hoagland, Freida Totheroh, Algena Fields, Dor-
othy Frazee, Virginia Rainey, Georgia Ann Ludlow.
Second Row: Jean Lowe, Barbara Vavas, Barbara Rusk, Allan Harvey, Don Collins,
Margery Howard, Mary Ellen Odle.
Third Row: Anna Odle, Bob Ewbank, Dean Mitton, Nita Odle, Patricia Bryant,
Dean Helms, Betty Byers. I f
Fourth Row: Janet Janeway, Paul Ebert, Jack Linker, Mable Miles, Joe Boord, Ona
Stonebraker, William Willett, Norman Hughes.
Fifth Row: Don Clift, Bob Boone, John Marshall, Robert Baldwin, Eston Meihls,
Allen. Bass, David Lyons, David Kester, Dean Hesler.
President ...... . . .
Vice-President .... ....
Secretary ...... . . .
Reporter .... .............
Sponsors .... .... M iss Cobb
.. Dean Helms
.. Jack Linker
and .Mn Dockins
Front Row, left to right: Phyllis Clark, Mary Hughes, Marilyn,Harper, Ida Mae
Dismore. s r
Second Row: Margaret Cooper, Rachel Lighty, DeWayne Helms, Nadine Shoaf, Al-
Third Row: Dallas Allen, Judith Padgitt, Patricia Harper, Martha LaBaw, Jim
Meeker, Robert Byers.
Fourth Row: Betty Olds, Robert Trinkle, Jack Furr, Josephine Buesching, Virgin-
ia Smith, Zedith Krout, June Stembaugh.
Fifth Row: Carl Dismore, James Ratcliff, Jack Lindley, Gordon Meihls, Roderick
Noggle, Joseph Holt, Robert Hall.
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President ...... ...................... . . Roderick Noggle
Vice-President .... ........ J udy Padgitt
Secretary ..... .V Josephine Buesching
Treasurer .......... Marilyn Harper
Reporter .... ....... Q .......... J oe Holt
Sponsors .... .... M rs. Howard and Mr. Cade
A soPHoMoRE CLASS ,
Front wRow: left to right: Robert Minnick, La Veda Cooper, Donald Mitton, Kath-
leen Meeker, Bonnie Day.
Second Row: Dorla Townsend, Delores Warrick, Billy Kinneer, Chester Bass, John
Tornquist, Jenny Harvey. J
e Third Row: Juanita Fletcher, Shielda Lockwood, Jacqueline Baldwin, Mary Ellen
Holt, Ruthie Florey, Donna Berlin, Merdith Rainey.
rFourth Row: James Irwin, Morris Cornell, Homer Furr, Ruth Young, Joan Fox,
Glenn Hinote, Dallas Keeling,
Fifth Row: Barney McKinney, Nancy Crane, Jerry Harper, Robert Bennett, Jerry
Harrold, Bonnie Keeling, Richard Kelley, Beverly Cartwright.
President ..... ...................... . .. Bonnie Keeling
Vice-President .... .... D elores Warrick
Secretary ..... . . . Beverly Cartwright
Treasurer . .. .. ....... Dorla Townsend
Reporter .. ......... Y .... Mary Ellen Holt
Sponsors .... Miss Thomas and Mr. Cronk
Front Row, left to right: Arnold Hancock, Bob Smith, Nelda Cushman, Alice
Irwin, Shirley Alston, Robert McClure. H
Second Row: Marilyn Byers, Annabelle Fisher, Ernest Hughes, Charles Kester, Joan
Wallace, Helen Ann McLean. '
Third Row: James Furr, Barbara Sewell, Jayne Starkey, Betty Keeling, Dolores
Lamb, Dorothy Cooper, Marlene Hall. P
Fourth Row: Gary Lightle, Nancy Fletcher, Jackie Clift, Marietta Smith,-Russell
Kiger, Dean Rusk, Catherine Myers, Glenn Lang. ,
. Fifth Row: Mary Olds, Gerald Keeling, Benny' Holland, Arnold Summers, Blayne
Starkey, Belinda Allen, Wandalene Smith, James Boone, Charles Meihls. J '
J J CLASS OFFICERS J
President ., ..... . . . Blayne Starkey,
Vice-President .... .,.. J ayne Starkey
Secretary .... .... Ma rlene Hall
Treasurer .... ..... J ames Furr
Reporter . . . .............. Charles Kester
Sponsors Mrs. Cade and Miss McCurry
' EIGHTH GRADE
Front Row, left to right: Mary Jo Rusk, Linda Grubb, Ann Blair, Hilda Hess, Dina
Second Row: Don Payton, Charles Myers, Eleanor Stonebraker, James Ochletree,
James Booe, Esther Fox. I
Third Row: Yvonne Keene, Shirley Miller, Janet Minnick, Donna Lou Keller, Susan
Lyons, Rosemary Thomas, Evelyn Roland. A
Fourth Row: Paul Pickett, William Rhodes, Nora Mae Robbins, Beverly- Stone-
braker, Mildred Mears, Terry Darnell, Theda, McKinney.
Vice-President .... . .
Secretary ..... .... l . . .
. Charles Myers
. . I . Don Payton
. . . . . Ann Blair
. . Mary Jo Rusk
ll and Mr. Worick
Q SEVENTH GRADE
Front Row: left to riht: Donald Hoagland, Dale Byers, Robert Burgner, Dale
Cushman, Mary Jane Helms. '
Second Row: Charles McKinney, Merrill Keller, Carolyn Lyons, Nancy Haas,
Carolyn Pickett, Shirley Meeker.
Third Row: Zane Meeker, Shirley Cowan, Jackie Miller, Elaine Crane, La Verne
Keene, Betty Clift.
Fourth Row: Larry Strean, Tommy Byers, Larry Pool, Dale Clawson, Keith Krout,
Richard Francis, Jasper Fogleman.
' CLASS OFFICERS
President ...... . . . Carolyn Pickett
Vice--President . . . .. . Mary Jane Helms
Secretary .... ..... E laine Crane
Treasurer . . . . . Shirley Cowan
Librarian . . . . . Larry Strean
Reporter . . . . . . Nancy Haas
Sponsor .... .. Mr. Lankford
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ACADEMIC i l
Front row, left to right: Algena Fields, Billy Kinneer, Charles Kester,
, Margaret Cooper, Shielda Lockwood.
Second row: Rachel Lighty, Anna Odle, Jim Meeker, Pat Bryant,
Third row: Glenn Lang, Nita Odle, Allan Harvey, Morris Cornell,
Dallas Allen, Bob Ewbank, Dean Rusk.
Fourth rowr, Jackie Clift, Jack Linker, Mable Miles, John Marshall,
James Ratcliff, Jack Lindley, Benny Holland, Paul Ebert.
U Students fulfilling the requirements
of an academic course are prepared to
enter college. The academic course re-
quires 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 Science. A major is required in Social
Science and English, a minor, in Science
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 subject, a minor, two years.
'I he remaining subjects are elective. Thus
a person may enroll in two or more sub-
jects in another department and still be
classed as an academic student. Fresh-
men take English, Biology, Algebra, and
either Farm'Shop or Home Economicsg
Sophomores, English, Latin, History, and
Geometry: Juniors, English, Latin, Busi-
ness English, Algebra, and American H.is-
tory. In the Senior year, a student is-
required to take English, Civics, Physics,
and an elective subject.
Front row, left to. right: Miss Thomas, Kathleen Meeker, Virginian
Rainey, Dorla Townsend, Jenny Harvey, Phyllis Clark, LaVeda Cooper,
Georgia Ann Ludlow.
Second row: Martha Hoagland, Mary Hughes, Alberta Thomas,
Barbara Vavas, Merdith Rainey, Dorothy Frazee, Delores Warrick.
Third row: Mary Ellen Holt, Juanita Fletcher, Mary Ellen Odle,
Jean Lowe, Jackie Baldwin, Betty Byers, Nadine Shoaf, Donna Berlin.
Fourth row: Bonnie Day, Margery Howard, Virginia Smith, Judy
Padgitt, Martha LaBaw, Ruth Young, June Stembaugh, Ruth Florey,
Barbara Rusk. ' s
Fifth row: Freida Totheroh, Nancy Crane, Zedith Krout, Bonnie
Keeling, Ona Stonebraker, Jerry Harrold, Josephine Buesching, Betty Olds,
Beverly Cartwright, Pat Harper.
The commercial department offers
subjects which acquaint students with
general business principles. 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 English, Mathematics, Farm Shop or
Home Economics, and a choice of Geome
etry or Latin. The following subjects are
required each year: Freshmen, Biology,
English, Algebra, Farm Shop or Home Ec-
onomics, Sophomores, English, and one
semester each of Business English and
Commercial Arithmetic, and Latin or Ge-
ometry, Home Economics, Juniors, Eng-
lish, Stenography, Typing, American His-
tory, and Latin elective, Seniors, Civics,
Typing, Shorthand, and Bookkeeping. Ac-
ademic and vocational students may take
one or more commercial subjects during
the four years and still meet the require-
ments of their own department.
c vocA'rioNAL AGRICULTURE
Front row, left to right: Robert McClure, Robert Minnick, Chester
Bass, Ernest Hughes,'Mr. Cade, John Tornquist, Donald Mitton, Bob Smith,
Second row: 'DeWayne Helms, Dallas Keeling, Glenn Hinote, James
Irwin, Robert Trinkle, Don Collins, James Boone, Robert Byers.
k Third row: Gerald Keeling, Norman Hughes, Charles Meihls, Carl
Wayne Dismore, Richard Kelley, Homer Furr, Dean Helms, Dean Mitton.
Fourth row: Barney McKinney, Joseph Holt, Jack Furr, Roderick
Noggle, Joe Boord, Gordon Meihls, David Kester, Robert Hall, William
Willett. ' ' .
Fifth row: Don Clift, Robert Boone, Robert Baldwin, Allen Bass,
Blayne Starkey, Eston Meihls, Jerry Harper, Dean Hesler, David Lyons,
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culture 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 agricul-
tural subject is taken each year during
the four years, making the eight credits
in all. The following subjects are taken
during the four years: Freshmen, Agri-
cultural Biology, Farm Shop, Algebra,
English, Music, and Physical Training,
Sophomores, Dairying and Animal Hus--
bandry, English, Geometry, and World
History or Lating Juniors, Holticulture
and Crops, English, American History,
Business English, and advanced Algebrag
Seniors, Farm Management, Civics, Phys-
ics, and an elective. All students, are re-
quired to complete one or more productive
enterprise projects and one or more sup-
plementary farm projects. An example of
this is a farm account, which consists of
taking farm inventory and keeping a re-
cord of business procedure through the
VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS
Front row, left to right: Marilyn Byers, Shirley Alston, Marilyn
Harper, Nelda Cushman, Ida Mae Dismore.
Second row: Mrs. Howard, Annabelle Fisher, Jayne Starkey, Barbaram
Sewell, Alice Irwin, Helen Ann McLean.
4 Third row: Marlene Hall, Catherine Myers, Dolores Lamb, Betty
Keeling, Joan Wallace, Dorothy Cooper.
Fifth rows, Marietta Smith, Nancy Fletcher, Wandalene Smith,
Belinda Allen, Janet Janeway, Mary Olds, Joan Fox,
Girls enrolled in the vocational home
economics department are presented sub-
jects that are intended to acquaint them
with the general basis of home making.
This department includes home economics
in general, home nursing, child develop-
ment, related arts, foods, and clothing.
Girls enrolled in this course gain know-
ledge and skill through actual practice in
cooking, and sewing. gAlso, two -home
projects must be completed during the
year, one of either sewing or cooking, each
semester. In addition to the four years
of home economics, students in this de-
partment must take the following sub-
jects: Freshmen, English, Biology, Alge-
bra, Music, and Physical Trainingg Sopho-
mores, English, and two of the following,
Geometry, History, or Lating Juniors, Eng-
lish, American History, choice of Latin or
one semester iCommerical Arithmeticg
and Algebra, Seniors, English, Civics,
and an elective.
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Front row, left to right: Mrs. Ingersoll, Marilyn Byers, Merdith
Rainey, Annabelle Fisher, Barbara Vavas, Jean Lowe, Martha Hoagland,
'Georgia Ann Ludlow.
s Second row: Robert Minnick, Mary Hughes, Alberta Thomas, Nadine
T Shoaf, Barbara Sewell, Joan Wallace, Dorothy Frazee, Mary Ellen Odle.
Third row: Ruth Florey, Martha LaBaw, Virginia Smith, Margery
Howard, Jayne Starkey, Anna Odle, Marlene Hall, Juanita Fletcher.
Fourth row: Nita Odle, Judith Padgitt, Zedith Krout, Nancy Crane,
Josephine Buesching, Bonnie Keeling, Homer Furr, Marietta Smith, Pat
Fifth row: Morris Cornell, Glenn Hinote, Jerry Harrold, Arnold
Summers, Bob Boone, Blayne Starkey, John Marshall, William Willett,
Jack Furr, Bob Ewbank.
The High School Chorus participated
in many varied programs throughout the
entire year. There were 45 members en-
rolled this year.
Their Christmas Carol service was the
highlight of the first term, While their
Spring Festival held in Attica on April 11,
was the climax of the second semester.
The V.H..S. chorus was use-d as their spec-
ial number, the Fred Waring arrangement
of "Onward Christian Soldiers".
Ten students journeyed to Indianapo-
lis in October to sing in the State Choral
The- members of the chorus presented
"The Gibson Girl on Broadway" at the
V.H.S. Varieties of 1950 on Aprli 27.
Two grls sextets entered the District
Solo and Ensemble Contest in Greencastle.
These sextets were composed of the fol-
lowing students: Dorothy Frazee, Barbara
Vavas, Alberta Thomas, Virginia Smith,
Judith Padgitt, Nancy Crane, Anna Odle,
Nita Odle, Josephine Buesching, Margery
Howard, Nadine Shoaf, Mary Hughes.
These groups received rsecond division
rating. A girls trio composed of Nadine
Shoaf, Mary Hughes, and Alberta Thom-
as received a first division rating. Robert
Boone sang a solo and received a second
At the State Contest in Terre Haute,
the girls' trio composed of Mary Hughes,
Nadine Shoaf and Alberta Thomas won
sc-cond division. X
The following numbers were presented
for the Amateur Contests held in Coving-
ton and Veedersburg in March: Girls' Sex-
totte, Marilyn Byers, Barbara Sewell, Mar-
ietta Smith, Marlene Hall, Alice Irwin
and Mary Olds. Girls' trio, Nadine Shoaf,
Mary Hughes and Alberta Thomas. Solo-
ists, Jerry Harrold and Wandalene Smith.
Front row, left to right: Mrs. Ingersoll, Jack Miller, Annabelle
Fisher, Martha Hoagland, Barbara Sewell, Charles Kester. . V
Second row: Donald Hoagland, Deloris Warrick, Tommy Byers,
Joan Wallace, Janet Minnick, Hilda Hess, Dale Byers. .
Third row: Mary Jane Helms, Merrill Keller, James Furr, Morrls
Cornell, Charles Myers, Linda Grubb, Carolyn Lyons, Merdith Rainey.
Fourth row: Jack Furr, Nita Odle, Robert Baldwin, Robert Ewbank,
Pat Bryant, Marietta Smith.
President ............. ................ . .. Patricia Bryant
Vice-President .......... .........,. . .. Robert Ewbank
Secretary and Treasurer . . .
Librarian .............. . ...... .
The Veedersburg High School Band
was an active group of musicians who
participated in all the school activities
throughout the year. The band was or-
ganied in the winter of 1945 and 1946.
The band furnished music at the
basketball games and some of the pep
A winter concert was presented on
February 2 featuring the following stu-
dents who entered the District Solo and
Ensemble contest held in Greerlcastler
Patricia Bryant, Jack Furr, James Furr,
Delores Warrick, Joan Wallace, Morris
Cornell, Charles Myers, Linda'Grubb, Ro-
bert Baldwin, Annabelle Fisher, Barbara
Sewell and Janet Minnick. Patricia Bry-
ant, Joan Wallace and Delores Warrick
won first division honors.
.At the state contest in Terre Haute,
Joan Wallace won first division. Delores
Warrick won second division, and Patricia
Bryant won third.
Joan Wallace entered the All-State
contest held at the Arthur Jordan Con-
servatory in Indianapolis on March 25.
Silent Night .............. Kohlmann .............. Mrs. John Cronk
An Operetta In Seven Scenes
Father, Merrill Keller, Mother, Shirley Miller, Grandmother, Susan
Lyons, Grandfather, Terry Darnell, Patricia, Janet Minnick g Martha, Dina
Skating Chorus: Elaine Crane, Dick Frances, Tommy Byers, Zane
Meeker, LaVerne Keene, Betty Clift, Jack Miller, Jasper Fogleman, Gloria
Jones, Carolyn Pickett. Soloist, Carolyn Lyons.
1st Narrator, Donald Hoagland, 2nd Narrator, Bob Burgner. Mike,
Charles Myers 3 Mike's Mother, Theda McKinney.
Snowball Boys: Paul Pickett, Donald Lee Payton, Jim Booe, Jim
Ocheltree, William G. Rhodes. Snowman, Charles McKinney.
Shoppers: Yvonne Keene, Hilda Hess, Anne Blair, Beverly Stone-
braker, Evelin Roland, Nora Mae Robbins, Linda Lee Grubb, Rosemary
Thomas, Eleanor Stonebraker, Mary Jo Rusk.
Florida Chorus: Dale Byers, Shirley Cowan, Dale Cushman, Nancy
Haas, Mary Jane Helms, Shirley Meeker, Larry Pool, Larry Strean.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Ebenezer Scrooge ...... ........... T .... J erry' Harrold
Fred, Scrooge's nephew . . . ....... . . . Carl Dismore
Bob Cratchit .............. . . . Jerry Harper
Ghost of Christmas Past ......... . . . Ruthie Florey
-Ghost of Christmas Present ......... .... , Jenny Harvey
'Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come .... .... J uanita Fletcher
Marley Ghost .................... .............. B ob Bennett
Mrs. Delber .................... ......... B everly Cartwright
A Boy .............................................. Chester Bass
Director ................ Mrs.. Cade
. CAROL SERVICE
Processional ...... . .. Adestes Fideles .... Traditional
The First Noel .............. Traditional .............. Mixed Chorus
Bethlehem ................. Bowker ................. Robert Boone
Sleep, Baby, Sleep ...... Austrian Carol ...... with Georgianna Ludlow
In Bethlehem . . Czechoslovakian Carol . . Zedith Krout and Nancy Crane
We Three Kings Of Orient Are ............................ Hopkins
Morris Cornell, Jack Furr, Bill Willett
Gesus Bambino ........ Yon ........ Anna Odle, Josephine Buesching,
Mary Hughes, Margery Howard, 'Nita Odle, Nadine Shoaf
O Holy Night . . Adams . . Alberta Thomas, Mary Hughes, Nadine Shoaf
Hark The Herald Angels Sing ........ Traditional ........ Audience
Recessional ............ 'Silent Night ............ Audience Standing
Accompanists ................................. Wilda Bell, Nita Odle
Spot Light ...... Russell Kiger Stage Lights ...... Mr. Cronk
Stage Properties and Prompting .......... Mildred Mears, Donna Keller
Stage Managers' .......................... Dale Clawson, Keith Krout
Pat Bryant, Josephine Buesching, Marilyn Byers, Nancy Crane, Juan-
ita Fletcher, Ruthie Florey, Dorothy Frazee, Annabelle Fisher, Marlene
Hall, Martha Hoagland, Mary Hughes, Margery Howard, Bonnie Keeling,
Zedith Krout, Martha LaBaw, Jean Lowe, Georgianna Ludlow, Anna Odle,
Mary Ellen Odle, Nita Odle, Judith Padgitt, Merdith Rainey, Barbara
Sewell, Nadine Shoaf, Marietta Smith, Virginia Smith, Alberta Thomas,
Barbara Vavas, Joan Wallace, Robert Boone, Morris Cornell, Robert
Ewbank, Jack Furr, Jerry Harrold, Glenn Hinote, John Marshall, Robert
Minnick, Blayne Starkey, Arnold Summers, Bill Willett, Homer Furr-
Director ............ . ............................ f . . Mrs. Ingersoll
Presented in the High School Gymnasium
February 2, at 8:00 pqm. p
Put and Take ..,....... Novelty Number .......... High School Band
'Beautiful Dreamer .......... Foster .......... Girls' Sextette No. 1
Anna Odle, Josephine Buesching, Nita Odle, Nadine Shoaf,
Mary Hughes, Margery Howard
'Andante and Polonaise .... LeThiere .... Clarinet Solo, Joan Wallace
"Gypsy Love- Song ........ Herbert ........ Cornet Solo, Linda Grubb
"Cascades ............ Smith ............ Trombone Solo, Jack Furr
Yare Overture .............. Bennett ............ A. . High School Band
'The Green Cathedral .......... Hahn .......... Girls' Sextette No. 2
Dorothy Frazee, Barbara Vavas, Alberta Thomas, Virginia Smith,
Judith Padgitt, Nancy Crane '
V-'My Regards .......... Llewelyn .......... Cornet Solo, Morris Cornell
'Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride . . O'Hara . . Vocal Solo, Robert Boone
'Bells Across the Meadows .......................... Girls' Trio No. 1
Nita Odle, Anna Odle, Josephine Buesching
'The Holy City .......... Adams .......... Cornet Solo, James Furr
'Spring Rain .............. Gould .............. Girls' Sextette No. 3
Jayne Starkey, Marilyn Byers, Annabelle Fisher, Nelda Cushman,
.Dolores Lamb, Joan Wallace
'Pleasant Thoughts ...... Mesang ...... Clarinet Solo, Delores Warrick
'Pomposo .............. Hayes .............. Tuba Solo, Pat Bryant
'Dark Eyes .............. Arr. Grooms .... ' .......... Saxophone Trio
""""""""Robert Baldwin,.Annabelle Fisher, Barbara S well
'Without a Song ............ if6f1'I1T2.l1'1S ............ irls' Trio No. 2
n Alberta Thomas, Nadine Shoaf, Mary Hughes
'Hazel ............ Del Staige ............ Cornet Solo, Charles Myers
'Improvisation and Gypsy Dance ...... Suppiger ...... Clarinet Trio
Joan Wallace, Delores Warrick, Janet Minnick
Our Director .............. Bigelow .............. High School Band
Argonaut .............. Frangkiser .............. High School 'Band
Starred numbers were played at the District Solo and Ensemble Con-
test' in Greencastle on Saturday, February 4, 1950.
CLARINETS: Joan Wallace, Delores Warrick, Robert Ewbank, Janet
Minnick, Tommy Byers-
ALTO SA5OPHONES: Robert Baldwin, Annabelle Fisher, Barbara
lSewe . S
TENOR SAXOPHONE: Robert Kester.
BARITONE SAXOPHONE2 Jack Miller. .
TROMBON ES: Jack Furr, Robert Burgner.
PERCUSSION: Nita Odle, Martha Hoagland, Merdith Rainey.
CORNETS: Morris Cornell, Charles Myers, Linda Grubb, James Furr,
Merrill Keller, Mary Jane Helms, Donald Hoagland, Dale Byers.
TUBA: Pat Bryant, Hilda Hess.
DiI'eCt0I' ..................... . , A . . . Mrs. Ingersoll
V.H.S. VARIETIES 1950 .
Scene I ..... It's a Big Wide Wonderful World ..... High School Chorus
Scene II ...... '. Goodbye My Coney Island Baby ....... Boys' Quartette
Scene III .............. Cherry Blossom Lane .............. Grade 7
Betty Clift, Shirley Cowan, Elaine Crane, Nancy Haas, Mary Jane
Helms, Gloria Jones, LaVerne Keene, Carolyn Lyons, Shirley Meeker,
Carolyn Pickett, Larry Pool, Merrill Keller, Tommy Byers, Dick Francis,
Jack Miller- Musical numbers: It Looks Like Rain in Cherry Blossom
Lane, Singing in the Rain, I Me-t a Fellow with an Umbrella.
Scene IV .... I ...... Nobody Makes a Pass at Me .......... Nita Odle
Scene V ................ Southern Memories ................ Grade 8
Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen ............ Soloist, Billy Rhodes
Waitin' for the Robert E. Lee .......... Q ............... Terry Darnell
Highbrow, Paul Pickett, Twin chocolate drops, Nora Mae Robbins,
Lucky Old Sun .............. ................ , . . , Janet Minnick
Chattanooga 'Shoe Shine Boy . .' ...... Jimmy Ochletree and Dina Warrick
Stay in Yo' Own Back Yard .... ............ H ilda and Henry Hess
Mighty Lak' a Rose .......... ..... .......... L i nda Grubb
Tampa Bay ......................................... Charles Myers
Mammy, Beverly Stonebraker, Washwomen, Yvonne Keene, Theda
McKinney, Parson Bones, Donald Payton, Crippled Pappy, James Booe.
Swanee ...... Girls' Chorus ...... Eleanor Stonebraker, Mary Jo Rusk,
Rosemary Thomas, Donna Keller, Esther Fox, Ann Blair,
Susan Lyons, Shirley Miller
Scene VI .... . . . La Militaire ........ Clarinet Solo, Delores Warrick
Scene VII .............. Winter Wonderland .............. Grade 9
Girls' Club: Lora, Nancy Fletcher, Sadie, Jayne Starkey, Edith,
Shirley Alston, Mary, Nelda Cushman, Myrtle, Marilyn Byers, Betty,
'Mary Olds, Katy, Dorothy Cooper, Dotty, Betty Keeling, Peggy, Joan
Wallace, Elsie, Wandalene Smith.
Snowmen: James Boone, Benny Holland, Ernest Hughes, Gerald
Keeling, Glenn Lang, Gary Lightle, Dean Rusk, Charles Meihls.
Dancing Chorus: Marietta Smith, Dolores Lamb, Barbara Sewell,
Helen McLean, Marlene Hall, Belinda Allen, Alice Irwin, Annabelle Fisher.
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V.H.S. VARIETI ES 1950
Scene VIII ............ We're the Sunny Drivers ........,... Grade 7
Robert Burgner, Dale Byers, Dale Clawson, Keith Krout, Dale Cush-
man, Jasper Fogleman, Donald Hoagland, Zane Meeker, Charles McKinney,
Scene IX . .n Casey the Pride of Them All . . Alberta Thomas, Bill Willett
Scene X ...... The Gibson Girl on Broadway ...... High School Chorus
CHARACTERS: Apple Annie, Juanita Fletcherg Newsboys, Glen
Hinote, James Furrg Violet Girl, Bonnie Keelingg Gardenia Girls, Zedith
Krout, Judy Padgittg Strawberry Blonde, Nita Odle, Casey, Robert ,Ew-
bankg Mrs. Charles Dana, Patricia Bryantg Mr. Charles Dana, Arnold
Summers, Flo Ziegfield, John -Marshallg Lottie Gibson, Virginia Smith,
Street Urchins, Robert Minnick, Charles Kester. '
A MUSICAL NUMBERS
Sidewalks of New York ............ S .......................... Blake
Tell Me Pretty Maiden ........... Stuart ........... Floradora Sextet
Dorothy Frazee, Jack Furr, Jean Lowe, Bob Ewbank, Nadine
Shoaf, Bill Willett
By the Light of the Silvery Moon .......................... Edwards
Nancy Crane, Margery Howard, Blayne Starkey, Merdith Rainey,
Martha LaBaw, Morris Cornell, Mary Ellen Odle, R.uthie
Florey, Homer Furr.
Roamin' In the Gloamin' .... Lauder .... Robert Boone as Harry Lauder,
Dancers, Georgia Ann Ludlow, Barbara Vavas
The Merry Widow lWaltz ...... Lehar ...... Featuring Martha Hoagland
Asleep in the Deep ........... Petrie ........... Sailor, Jerry Harrold
The Rosary ........ Nevin ........ Soloist, Mary Hughes as Nora Bayes
A Little Bit of Heaven ..... Ball ..... Soloist, Roddy Noggle as C. Olcott
My Wild Irish Rose . . Olcott . . Soloist, Josephine Buesching as Anna Held
Mary's a Grand Old Name ........ Cohan ........ Soloist, Anna Odle
The Bands Played On ..................................... S. . . Q Ward
Pianist, Wilda Bell, Spotlight, Russell Kiger, Bob Smith,-Stagelights, Dan
.Laymang Scenery, Nita Odleg Curtain, John Marshallg Make-up, Mrs-
Richard Myers, Mrs. Kenneth Cade, Mr. John Cronk, Mrs. Charles Howard.
Director ................ A ........................... 4. Mrs. Ingersoll
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By Dorothy Bennett and Link Hannah
Gusty, can energetic, husky, cheerful, young girl ..., . , . Nita Odle
Arthur, the scholarly type .... G Bill Willett
Doctor, Gusty's father ....... Bob Ewbank
Asia May, the Goodrich's maid ...... Pat Bryant
Miss James, the doctor's office nurse . . . ...... Anna Oldle
Carol, an invalid in a wheel chair . . . . . . Margery Howard
Lil, at the awkward stage ..................,.... .. . Barbara Vavas
Mrs. Goodrich, the doctor's wife and Gusty's mother .... Dorothy Frazee
Effie, a rather childish-acting young girl .... . . . Georgia Ludlow
Cynthia, very good looking and self-assured ................ Jean Lowe
Duke, a handsome boy notably well dressed and sleekly groomed
Olga, a tired looking young woman . .. .... Mary Ellen Odle
Publicity ..... .................. M artha Hoagland
Stage Managers . . . .... Allen Bass, Dean Helms, Allan Harvey
Spotlight Operator John Marshall
Director . .. ., Mr. Cronlg
Lois Mallett .................... 1921
D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP ,AWARD
Every year the D.A.R. Chapter pre-
sents a Good Citizenship Award to a Sen-
ior girl. Characteristics considered are
Dependability-Moral strength, sta-
bility of purpose.
D.A.R. HISTORY AWARD
The D.A.R. Chapter presents an an-
nual honor award to the winner of the
Junior American History Test.
Winners of the D.A.R. Award have
Leadershi Personalit self-control,
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Service-Patriotism, unselfish loyalty
to American ideals.
. Co-operation, helpfulness, responsibil-
Winners of the Award have been:
Della Hesler ........... 1936
Nina June Boatman .... 1937
Bette Smith ........ 1938
Betty Starkey ..... 1939
Margaret Black . .. 1940
Betty Goodson .... 19411
Ardith Lang ........ 1942
Marian Lee Snyder .... 1943
Betty Wood ......... 1944
Beverly Engstrom . .. 1945
Marlee Haines .... 1946
Jane Marshall . . . 1947
Lois Newman .... 1948
Lois Payton ..... 1949
Barbara Vavas .................. 1950
D.A.R. HOMEMAKER'S AWARD
The Homemaker's Award is given by
the D.A.R. Chapter to a girl in the Fresh-
man or Sophomore class who has done
outstanding work in Home Economics.
Winners of the Homemaker's Award have
-Helen French ....... 1939
Marian Lee Snyder .... 1940
Irene Clore ......... 1941
Eleanor Howard .. . 1942
Marvellen Nicklas . . . 1943
Virginia Sewell .......... . . . 11944
Dottie Simpson ......... 1945
Norma Lee Bechtelheimer 1946
Delilah Mitchell .......... . . . 1947
Anna Odle ............. 1948
Mary Hughes .... 1949
John Black . . .
Anna Mallett .... 1923
Odell McKinsey . . . 1924
Ruth Burgner . . . 1925
Page Wallace .... 9. 1926
Margaret Jackson .. 1927
Flora Zeigler .... 1928
Mildred Butz ....... 1929
June Glover ........ 1930
Virginia VanDevanter 11931
Claradeen Miller .... 1932
Gregory King ...... 1933
Dorothy Howard . . . 1934
Frances Minick . . . 1935
Ruth Campbell .... 1936
Bette Smith ....... 1937
Hannah Lou Helms . 1938
Milton Lytle ....... 1939
Robert Grady ..... 1940
David Cade . . . 1941
Robert Furr .... 1942
Ellen Cade .... 1943
Don French ..... 1944
Robert Boord ..... 1945
Arden Keller ....... 1946
Jerry Hershberger . . 11947
Jim Rusk .......... 1948
John Marshall ........ . .... 1949
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SEPTEMBER'S HERE. AGAIN
Seniors at lastl. . .It's unbelievable, but our year has finally come.
Classes are arranged. . .Whoever said being a senior was simple?. . .Polio
strikes, and we are out of school for two weeks. ...Work really begins. . .
We buy new books, and settle down to our duties in V.H.S.. . .The juniors
begin their magazine sales. . .The baseball season entertains us for a brief
OCTOBER BRINGS HAPPY TIMES
The senior team wins the class tournament. . .We get basketball fever
and elect yell leaders, Martha, Dorla, and Marilyn. . .The State Teachers'
Convention gives us a vacation. . .Music students sing for State Choral
Festival in Indianapolis. . .The freshies are off to a good start by having
the first class party of the year, and what a party-Hallowe'en with games
We open the basketball season with our first game in Linden.. .Stu-
dents observe Armistice Day with a program at 11 o'clock. . .Those jolly
juniors do their class party up with decorations, place cards, eats, and
games. . .Along come the seniors with a Hobo party. . .even a prize for
the best tramp, and we really had fun. . .Thanksgiving vacation, and so
we go visiting and have big dinners.
Seniors are selling yearbooks. . .Christmas is near. . .Jingle, jingle
bells on the juniors' shoes. . .My, is that our band? Nice formation for
the Waynetown game. . .Chorus students are busy practicing for the
Christmas program. . .Vacation for students and teachers. . .Merry Christ-
mas. . .See you next year.
JANUARY OFFERS EXCITEMENT
The Pintus staff is chosen, and Pat Bryant and Janet Janeway become
editors. . .A blissful day of ice and sleet, and no school. . .so sorry...
Exemptions for final exams are few, but we can't all be smart. . .Seniors
go to the photographer for pictures. . .Photographers come to V-H.S. for
group pictures. . .Oh, the Wabash Valley Tournament. . .Attica wins it.
Music students present a winter concert.. .Contestants go to Green-
castle. . .Commerce students present us with a Breeze. . .The American
Legion awards a sportsmanship trophy to David Lyons. . .Seniors are
measured for caps and gowns, so that's another step nearer graduation. . .
We go to the Sectional, but Richland Township wins it. . .On Monday we
pose for snapshots in the cold, cold weather while Billy Kinneer photo-
ANOTHER MONTH MARCHES IN
It's still Winter. . .The weary Pintus staff struggles on. . .Report
cards appear. . .Se-niors, and we still don't know how to explain low grades
on the home front fMother and Dad? . . .Senior play cast is chosen. . .More
snapshots are taken for the Pintus. . .Freshies are in their glory as we
wear the green.
APRIL AND SPRING DAYS
District choral festival in Attica.. .We practice for V.H.S. Varieties
. . .The music department presents Varieties April 27.
MAY ANID GRADUATION
Junior-Senior reception receptiong many thanks to the juniors for a
very pleasant evening. . .Baccalaureate, May 14. . .Senior play, May 17. . .
Commencement, May 19.
One spring day, in 1970, while I was busy scrubbing pans, I began
wondering about my graduating class of 1950- Since I am a housewife in
California, I am not in touch with many of them, so I went to a fortune
teller, and she was able to tell me about everybody. Virginia Rainey and
Allan Harvey are running "The Coffee Cup" at Crawfordsville. Mable
Miles manages a New York theater in which Martha Hoagland stars. Her
latest show is "The Dancer on Broadway." She obtains her costumes
from Nita Odle, a designer in Chicago and Janet Janeway, also in New
York, styles her hair. Bob Ewbank is a successful dentist in Veedersburg.
Bob Baldwin is now traveling with his Starlight Band. John Marshall.
is a professor at the University of Illinois. Pat Bryant has just completed
one of the most marvelous discoveries ever made in the field of medicine-
a shot that prevents you from ever having a disease- Donald Collins has
worked out a reducing plan in which you have to eat in order to become
slim. Algena Fields, Dorothy Frazee, and Freida Totheroh are busy house-
wives. Norman Hughes has a large farm, Wealthy Acres, on the outskirts
of Veedersburg. David Lyons and Jack Linker are coaches at two nearby
towns. Nina Shutz and Barbara Rusk are in the field of nursing in their
home state. Ona Stonbraker helps her husband run the Mornout Station
in Covington. Bill Willett is a professional boxer, his trade name is
"Puncher". Mary Ellen Odle and Eston Meihls are having careers in
aviation. Eston is a pilot and Mary Ellen, a stewardess- Barbara Vavas
is posing for the Life magazine cover. Georgie Ludlow is the head buyer
for the "Teen-Age Creations" for L. S. Ayres in Indianapolis. Donald
Clift has a chain of grocery stores with the central offices located in
Cincinnati. Anna Odle just finished a novel, "David in the Lyons Den."
Betty Byers is a secretary in the Trust-Us Insurance Company in Lafay-
ette. Joey Boord is head of the advertising for the Sudsy Wudsy Soap
Company of St- Louis. Jean Lowe has just won an award for being the
best lady auctioneer in the country. Dean Hesler is now a professional
swimmer who has recently participated in Aquatic races on several South-
ern beaches. Allen Bass and Paul Ebert are in Florida running a motel,
Twin Palms. David Kester is a road contractor in Chicago. Dean Mitton
is head of the Reliable Construction Company. Carl Helms is a commercial
artist in Denver. While returning home, I felt happy to think my class-
mates had become such worthwhile citizens.
Margery Howard I
SENIOR WILL '
We, the Senior class, do hereby will and bequeath the following:
Bob Baldwin--My ability to play the sax to Charley Kester. p
Allen Bass-My ability to make friends and to enjoy school to my
Joe Boord--My parking place to anyone who can afford an automobile.
Pat Bryant-My tuba solo CSolo Pomposol to Mr. Cade.
Betty Byers--My willingness to get papers in on time to my brother,
Donald Clift--My proud privilege of being a senior to my brother,
Don Collins-My bookkeeping books, which never did and never will
balance, to someone who wants a headache.
Paul Ebert--My honors in typing class to any poor soul who can't do
Bob Ewbank-My short walk to school to Gordon Meihls.
Algena Fields-My fondness for physics to Dick Kelley.
Dorothy Frazee-My liking for the Commercial Course to Martha
Allan Harvey-My ability to argue with Mr. Cronk in civics and
sociology to some timid soul.
Carl Dean Helms-My presidency of the senior class to a junior who
is fortunate enough to get it.
Dean Hesler--My fondness of sleeping in study hall and classes to
any lucky junior who can get away with it.
Martha Hoagland-My ability as yell leader to anyone with a big
mouth and good lungs.
Margery Howard-My habit of getting C's in deportment to anyone
who Wants to have fun.
Norman Hughes-My troubles in physics class to Arnold Hancock.
Janet Janeway-My favorite course, home economics, to Ida Mae
Dismore and Mary Jo Harper-
David Kester-My good grades to my brother, Charles.
Jack Linker--My ability to sleep until the first bell and still not be
late to Jim Meeker.
Jean Lowe-My noisy footsteps around the assembly to Nancy Crane.
Georgia Ludlow-My liking for Hillsboro boys to Mary Jo Harper.
,David Lyons--My ability to make free throws to Blayne Starkey.
John Marshall-My habit of losing in Canasta to DeWayne Helms.
Eston Meihls--My ability to have friends to my brother, Charles.
Mable Miles--My ability to work and go to school at the same time
to Judy Padgitt. ' '
Dean Mitton-My typewriter in typing class to anyone who is a good
Anna Odle-My fondness for walking -to school in the afternoons to
Marlene Hall. A
Mary Ellen Odle--My seat in front of Gordon Meihls to any sociable
Nita 'Odle-My position of drummer to Jasper Fogleman.
Virginia Rainey--My shyness to Jenny Harvey.
Barbara Rusk--My studious ways to my brother, Dean.
Nina Schutz-My good times in V.H.S. to June Sternbaugh.
Ona Stonebraker-My ability to get A in deportment to anyone who
likes to talk.
Freida Totheroh--My seat in the assembly to anyone who likes to be
i .Barbara Vavas-My liking for shorthand and typing to an ambitious
Bill Willett-My physics grades to anyone stupid enough to get them.
v.H.s. ALUMNI AssoclA'rloN
The Veedersburg High School class of 1949 was welcomed into the
Alumni Association at the annual banquet and dance in the gym in May.
Over 250 attended, including members from the first graduating class
to the present class of 1949-
During the banquet, entertainment was provided by Mr. Don Dunn and
Mr. Tom Bennett who sang a group of songs by Stephen Foster. Also a
short skit was presented by four alumni, Doris Grady, Jeanne DeAth, John
Cronk, and Roland Cushman. Mrs. John Cronk played the piano during
the banquet interludes.
The Alumni event this year was a successful party and the gym was
beau-tifully decorated. Credit for the occasion should go to the officers
and committees who spent many hours in helping to put this event over.
Officers elected for 1950 are as follows:
President o...............,....,....... . . ., Roland Cushman
Vice-President . . . , . LaBert Boggs
Secretary .o.. . ,Q Eloise Pendry
Treasurer .... . . . Austin Barker
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4 FAVORITE YELLS I
Hi ya ---- Hi ya Green and white, fight, fight!
Hi ya ---- Hi ya Green and White, fight, fight!
We're glad to meet ya, Who fight?
Hope we beat ya, We fight!
Hi ya ---- Hi ya! Green and white, fight, fight!
Go get 'em Devils, go get 'emi Yea Veedersburg! Let's fight!
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Yea Rah! Yea Rah! Veedersburg! Veedersburg!
Yea Rah! Yea Rah! Veedersburg! Veedersburg!
Yea Rah! Yea Rah! Veedersburg! Veedersburg!
Yea Rah! Veedersbur!
Front row, left to right: Jim Furr, DeWayne Helms, Gary Lightle,
' -Dallas Keeling, Charles Kester.
Second row: Bill Willett, Gordon Meihls, B-layne Starkey, Don Clift,
David Lyons, Jack Linker.
Third row: Mr. Lankford, Dean Rusk, Richard Kelley, Bob Evvbank,
Dean Helms, Paul Ebert, Gerald Keeling, Jack Clift, Jim Meeker, Mr.
Veedersburg's baseball schedule was
reduced to nearly nothing because of that
dread disease polio. We Were not able to
get our practicelin shape and the new ball
team started. However, we have some
nice material coming along, and we peer
into the future with hope and promise that
Veedersburg will again be blessed with a
real baseball team. Gerald Keellngand
Dean Helms will do the pitching chores
for us this springg Dfean Rusk and Bill
Willett will do the receiving. We have
David Lyons, DeWayne Helms, Blayne
Starkey, Richard Kelley, Don Clift, Gor-
don Meihls, Bob Ewbank, Gary Lightle,
Jack Linker, and many more who are
going to fight it out for a place on the
Veedersburg 12 Wallace U 4
Veedersburg 3 West Lebanon 11
Veedersburg 1 Kingman 16
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FIRST TEAM 7 T . .
Front row, left to right: Mr. Worick, Jack Linker, DeWayne Helms,
Jack Furr, Barney McKinney, David Lyons p
Second row: Jerry Harper, Blayne Starkey, Robert Bennett, Jim
Meeker, Don Clift.
Approximately forty-eight boys tried
out for basketball, and nineteen were se-
lected. Off these there were nine fresh-
men, four sophomores, four juniors, and
two seniors: One man, Captain David
Lyons, had previous experience, so the
season began with boys who had, and
still have, lots to learn. The most im-
pressive thing about the season's work
was the way the team trained .and their
display of team-work. Physical condition-,
ing played a major role in the training'
program with the rest being mostly fund-
amentals. , - . b
Thefollowing -boys were selected and
maintained on the eligibility list: Jack
Linker,-David Lyons, Jack Furr, DeWayne
Helms, Jim Meeker, Gordon Meihls, Bob
Bennett, Jerry Harper, Richard Kelley,
Barney McKinney, Jim Boone, Jack Clift,
Jim Furr, Benny Holland, Ernest Hughes,
Gerald Keeling, Gary Lightle, Dean Rusk,
-Blayne Starkey. '
Nov. 4 Veedersburg 17 Linden
Nov 8 Veedersburg 15 Kingman
Nov 1'1: Veedersburg 32 Hillsboro
Nov 18 Veedersburg 17 Williamsp't
Nov 23 Veedersburg 39 Cayuga
Nov. 29 -Veeedrsburg 22 Attica
Dec. 9 Veedersburg -28 Waynetown
Dec. 16 Veedersburg 36 Covington
Dec. 21 Veedersburg 42 Hillsboro
Jan. 3 Veedersburg 37 Rockville
Jan. 13 Veedersburg 44 Richland
At the last home game of the season
the Veedersburg American Legion pre-
sented a trophy to the outstanding senior
Sportsman, David Lyons. He was chosen
on these factors: experience, scholarship,
mental attitude, popularity, and sports-
manship. This is the first year for the
ward, and it will be presented annually in
the basketball season.
Wabash Valley Tourney
Veedersburg 37 - Vigiamsport 61
Jan. Veedersburg Boswell 58
Jan. 27'Veedersburg 38 P. Village 60
Jan. 30 Veedersburg 22 Attica 47
Feb. 10 Veedersburg 29 D'ville, Ill. 47
Feb. 14, Veedersburg 29 Indiana
' Boys' Sch. 65
Feb. 17 A Veedersbur'g,32 Kingman 43
7 Sectional Tourney
.Veedersburg 32 - Attica 53
At school Coach Worick presented
sweaters to the four following seniors:
David Lyons, Jack Linker, and Allan
Harvey. David Lyons, the captain, re-
ceived the star. Dean Helms received a
sweater for be-ing student manager of the
basketball team, and a letter for playing
baseball four years. The sweaters were
white with the letter trimmed in green.
Fruit now, left to right: Jack clift, Ernest Hughes, Dean Rusk,
James Boone, James Furr. '
Second row: Mr. Worick, Richard Kelley, Blayne Starkey, Robert
Bennett, Keeling, Benny Holland, Gordon Meihls.
season, as Coach Worick was forced' to use
some freshmen and sophomore material
to 'help the Varsity. Next year's second
season, win or lose.
14 Veedersburg' 7
23 Veedersburg 27
29 Veedersburg 42
26 Veedersburg 20
41 Veedersburg 10
35 Veedersburg 26
24 Veedersburg .3
gg Veedersburg 22
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EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM
Front row, left to right: James Booe, Terry Darnell, Martin Drum
mond, William Rhodes, Donald Payton.
Second row: 'Mr. Lankford, Robert Minnick, Gordon Stonecipher
Paul Pickett, Charles Myers, James Ochletree, student manager.
11 Vee-dersburg 64 Lebanon
37 Veederbsurg 8 Attica
14 Veedersburg 15 Covington
15 Cayuga Tourney
11 Veedersburg 26 Rabb
9 Veedersburg 24 Cayuga
115 Waynetown Tourney
11 Veedersburg 24 New Market
15 Veedersburg 19 Ladoga
22 Kingman Tourney
7 ' Veedersburg 21 Wallace
22 Veedersburg 23 Kingman
SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM
Front row, left to right: Donald Hoagland, Jackie McLean, Larry
Stream Larry Poole, Dale Cushman, Charles McKinney.
Second row: Mr. Lankford, Dale Byers, Roberto Burgner, Tommy
Byers .Tackle Miller, Zane Meeker, Merrill Keller, James Ochletree, student
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Buy more of these Products.
GOOD AND GOOD FOR YOU
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for over 66 years. We can use more good quality cream.
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Representatives in Fountain County
EARL BOORD ..... VEEDEIRSJBURG, INDIANA
LOVVELL MINNICK .... . . . VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA
COMPLIMEN TS OF
VEED ERSBURG INDIANA
Fountain County livestock Commission Co.. Inc.
Daily Livestock Market Monday Through Friday
Community Sale Every Friday I
Special Sales Can Be Arranged
BARNEY POOLE, MANAGER VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA
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Compliments and Congralulaiions Seniors
VEEDERSBURG LUMBER CGMPANY
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Notions - Clothing - Hardware - Infants' Wear - Toys
D. F. WILMARTH - OWNER
Get The Habit Of Stopping At The
GIFT SHOP AND DAIRY BAR
The future of America
Uponthe EDUCATION ofitsyouth
vffnfnssuno Gunn, Inc.
BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS
Coal - Fertilizer - Seed
ELEVATOR--Phone 168 MILL--Phovne 80
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Best Wishes For-
Health and Happiness
To The Seniors ot 1950
o VEEDERSBUR6 CLAY PRDDUUS C0.. INC.
South Junction ot 34 8. 41 Joe Million. Owner
THE VEEDERSBURG NEWS
Printers and Publishers Since 1890
Open 7 days a Week
M A X Sz D Oi R I S
Veedersburg, Indiana Phone 113
T SPARKY'SSHACK BAR
Fountain Service f Grill - Dancing
EVERYBODYS FRIFND - SPARKY
PHOTOGRAPHY EOR THE PIHTUS
THE SMITH STUDIO 8 CAMERA SHOP
Don'I Cuss Q Call Us
HERB the Molor Mender - JENKS lhe Fender Bender
HIGHCAND COURT CAFE
Short 'Orders - - Steak 85 French Fries - Dinners
South Junction U. S. Highway 41 and State Road 34
J. E. PADAGETT
Telephone 615-M 24-Hour Service
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Best Wishes To The tlass ot 1950
FOUNTAIN FOUNDRY CORP.
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Fountain County Farm Bureau Co-Operative Assn., Inc.1
VEEDIERSBURG - ATTLCA - GESSSIE - RtIVEfR1SID-E
MARATHON STATION - GROCERY
Lunch Room - Hot School Lunch - Soft Drinks - Candy - Ice Cream
HIGHWAY U. S. 41 STERLING, INDIANA
Lawrence W. fJackJ Howard Telephone 0-188
THE STEREIHG MDWER SHOP
Hand and Power Mowers Repaired and Sharpened 'Ofn Precision Grinder
NEW! ECLIPSE POWER AND HAND MOWERS
VEEDERSBU RG INDIANA
MYERS SODAS 6. SUNDRIES
"WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET"
Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 48
DARREL L. FISHER
Veedersburg Real Eslale 6. Insurance Agency
105 N. Main St. Phone: 12 Veedersburg, Indiana
C-ON GRATULATION S SENIORS
Charles E. Fishero ' Esther V. Fishero
Rockville, Indiana Telephone 101
Compliments and Best Wishes Seniors
DREDGE DITCHING AND BULL-DOZING
Rural and City Property - Auto and Compensation
Sold by KENNETH CADE
Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 72
I. G. A.
Home Killed Meats -- Fresh Vegetables
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 44
STEFFY SERVICESIATIUN I
"66l' Service Station Phillips "66"
Passenger -- Truck -- Tractor Tires
BATTERIES APPLIANCES ACCESSORIES
Telephone 66 Veedersburg, Indiana
GOOD LUCK SENIORS
DANNY WllSON'S BARBER SHOP .
122 South Main Street
Shell Service Station
SHE-LL LUBRICATION - REPAIR SERVICE
Veedersburg, Indiana State Road 34
Best Wishes For A Successful Future
KEllER'S NORTHSIDE GROCERY
605 North Newlin Street
Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone A-18,
COMPLIMEN TS OF
ElECTR'lCAl 6. WATER DEPARTMENT
Town of Veedersburg A
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
I - Robert Jackson
John Byers SUPERINTENDENT
Clifford Bell Dewey Banta
Kenneth Gross OLERTK-TREASURER
ROB'BlNETTE El0RAl E0.
' THE SOUTH SIDE GREENHOUSES '
501' State Street Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 216-M
FIJGWERS BY WIRE'
MWAYS IHE BEST
In Dairy Equipmenl and Molors
leslie M. Howard Delaval Sales and Service
- Congratulations Seniors -
WE BELIEVE TODAY IS A DAY FOR SPECIALIZATION.
WE DO ONE, THING. WE TRY TO DO THAT ONE' THINGWAELL.
HUB INSURANCE AGENCY
Phone 47 Carl Songer
Sandwiches - Short Orders - Open 24 Hours
VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA PHONE 380
FARM BUREAU INSURANIE SERVICE
Calvin C. Hampton
FIRE - AUTU - LIFE
Veedersburg, Indiana Phone 37
504 West Second Street
Date Tonight? Dance? Mom's Birthday? Wedding Plans?
Don't forget that special touch .... flowers from
Gene and Mona Craig, Managers Veederslourg, Ind. - Phone 220
I 0VERPEEK'S APPLIANCES 8 HARDWARE
Veedersburg, Indiana - Telephone 70
MARION H. OVERLPECK
VEEDERSBURAG, INDIANA NOIRTH JUNCTION 41 Sz 34
Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1950
"EVERYTHING IN Foonsf'
VEIEDERSBURG A f INDIANA
Interior Designs - Wallpaper - Paint
Picture Framing - Art Materials
Plastic Wall Tile - Rubber Floor Tile
VEEDERSBURG, INDIANA PHONE 177
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l. Woollen Hollcroll
THE BEST IN
CABINEIS - BARS - BDDTHS
"If it's Made of Wood, XWe Make It"
House Phone 186-A Shop Phone 8
VEEDERSBURG as ee A as A INDIANA
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS OF 1950
DAVE AND RAY'S POOl ROOM
Congratulations Seniors f
rlUDlOW'S SOUTHSIDE MNT.
Meats, Produce, Groceries
Ernest Ka Flora Ludlow
THE CAPS AND GOWNS
Used by the Senior Class of This School for Graduation Week
Were Furnished by
HARRY K. lANDES COMPANY
287 Illinois Street Indianapolis, Indiana
THE HOME OF FAMOUS "HARYKO" COSTUMES
BUlT'S STANDARD SERVICE
LUABRICATION - ATLAS TIRES - ACCESSORIES -
Veedersburg, Indiana State Road 34 Kr 41
FINE CLASS RINGS - ANNOUNCEMENTS -- AWARDS
A SCHOOL WORTH CONSIDERING
EAEAYEEEE BUSINESS COLLEGE
THE INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE OF LAFAYETTE
MODERN DAIRY. INC.
Pasteurized Dairy Products Delivered To Your Door .
WAYNETOWZN, INDIANA ' PHONE 5020
DE SOT5O K PLYMOUTH.
MYERS MOTOR SALES
109 West Second St. Veedersburg, Indiana
BEST WISHES SENIORS
-- Photo Developing and Printing --
BIlI.Y I. IIIIIIIEEII
'Phone 299 House 2-56-M
AllEN'S CITIES SERVICE
Corner Routes 34 8x 41 Sterling, Indiana
DISMORE PIVUMBIIIG 6. HEAIIIIG
Phone 614-l - Veedersburg, Indiana
RESTAURANT AND SERVICE STATION
Good Eats - Car Service
24 Hour Service '
Intersection 34 Kr 41 Prop. Al Rennison Sz Jim Bowers
DN. L. B. McCORD
INDIANA CONDENSED MILK CD.
BUYERS -OF QUALITY CREAM
Your Patronage Solicited
Veedersburg, Indiana Telephone 82
FRENCH'S SUPER F000 STORE
"QUALITY FOODS AT Low PRICES"
If You Want a. Good Job - Get Good Training - The Kind that I
UTIERBALK-BROWN BUSINESS COLLEGE
OFFERS 'DO AMBITIOUS HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!
Summer term opens June 6 -- Fall term September 6
Courses Approved For G.I. Training
, COMPLIMENTS OF RALPH C. BROWN
COMPLIMENTS OE STERLING BEAUTY SALON
COMPLIMENTS OE CLIFFORD BELL
' COMPLIMENTS OE WISHER MYERS '
COMPLIMENTS OE HOLMES PRODUCE
COMPLIMENTS OE CHARM BEAUTY SHOP
COMPLIMENTS OE RALPH BRAME
COMPLIMENTS OE CABLE'S BEAUTY SHOP
COMPLIMENTS OE VEEDERSBURG STATE BANK
VAN DEVANTER - Fumilure, Appliances - Veedersburg, Ind.
Besl Wishes From DR. 8. MRS. K. S. PRESTON
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