Veedersburg High School - Pintus Yearbook (Veedersburg, IN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1952 volume:
DEDICATION' A "
To our parents, we, the Senior Class of 1952,
proudly dedicate this year's Pintus. We wish to
express our thanks for their sacrifices and heart-
aches by dedicating this yearbook to them.
The SeniorfClass of 1952.
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High School Principal
B. S., M. S. Degrees
Junior Class Sponsor
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City superintendent of Schools
B. S. M. S. Degrees
Senior Class and Annual Sponsor
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B. S. Degree
Band and Grade Music
Eighth Grade Class Sponsor
B. S. Degree
Coach and Social Studies
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B. S., M.pS. Degrees
Seventh and Eighth Grades Coach
Seventh and Eighth Grades
Seventh Grade Class Sponsor
B. S., M. S. Degrees
Sophomore Class Sponsor
School Paper Sponsor
A. B. Degree
Freshman Class Sponsor
B. S. Degree
Junior Class Sponsor
A. B. Degree
English, Latin, and Library
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CALENDAR oF' ACTIVITIES
This is our calendar of happenings of the year
It tells all the things that we hold dear.
In it is the things' we all have done
And of occasions enjoyed by everyone!
School opens! Happy days?
Baseball win at Hillsboro.
6 State Fair! Band marches!
14 Baseball loss to Kingman!
28 Baseball victory at Richland.
4-5 Seniors win class tourneys. 6
, 9 Dairy Show at Indianapolis.
12 Report cards! All good grades?
19 Election of cheer leaders.
25-26 Teachers Association.
State Choral Festival.
- 2 First basketball game. Linden wins.
9 Basketball victory for Hillsboro.
First issue of "Breeze" on sale.
15 Grade School Operetta is presented.
16 Williamsport conquers V.H.S.
20 Cayuga triumphs!
21 Grade cards again!
22 Thanksgiving vacation! -
27 International Stock Show at Chicago.
28 Annual sales begin. '
30 Kingman wins. .-
4 Schlarman returns home with a victory.
7 Waynetown, the victors!
14 Band plays at dedication of Covington's
1 new gym. Opponents win. .
19 Christmas Play is presented.
20 Tally TWO wins for Hillsboro.
21 Christmas vacation begins! Hurrah!
2 Shucks, time to go back to school!
4 A victory for West Lebanon.
11 Richland 'scores a victory!
17-19 Wabash Valley Tourney. Attica wins.
22 A win for Boswell, their first of the
25 Victorious Pine Village!
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Attica wins! , .
Perrysville 39, Veedersburg 36.
Valentine's Day. Candy please!
We lose to Kingman!
Sixteen first and twenty-five seconds
from State Solo and Ensemble Contest
West Point takes home a victory.
Soc Hop sponsored by Juniors.
Sectional at Covington.
Sectional continued. Richland wins.,
Senior Play practice begins.
Eighth Grade Tourney held here.
Veedersburg wins! I
Senior pictures arrive! Whew!
Soc Hop after the Eighth Grade Game.
Lions Club Home Talent Show. '
Senior Play is. presented.
Choral Festival-Ah, sweet music.
Baseball season re-opens. 3 .
District Judging Contest.
Band marches at Lions Club Convention.
Baseball at Danville. s ,
Reception! Everybody's all dressed up!
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Westville here. QBaseballJ
Baccalaureate! Gosh, our school days
are almost over. ,
Commencement! The place A is flooded
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Alumni Banquet! '
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Commercialg Varieties 15 Breeze Staffg Judgmg .Team 1'2-3-4: Christmas PIRY
Annual staff. 85 Senior Play.
ROBERT WAYNE BENNETT
Varieties lg Basketball 1-
Captain 43 Baseball 1-33 Judging
m 1-2-3 5 'Christmas Play 3g Legion
DONNA JEAN BERLIN
Commercialg Varieties 1-3g Christmas
Play 3: District Choral Festival 33
Chorus 33 Band 3-45 Breeze Staff.
LAVEDA JANE. COOPER
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Commercial: Varieties 1-4g Chorus 4g
Breeze Staffg Annual Staff: Dramatic
MORRIS EUGENE CORNELL
Academic: Vice President 13 President
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District Choral Festival 1-2-3-4g State
Choral Festival 3-43 Band 1-2-3-4g Stu-
dent Director 3-4g Drum Major 3-4:
State Band Contest 3-43 District Solo
Contest 1-2-3-45 State Solo Contest 4g
'Annual Staff, Assistant Editor: Christ-
mas Play 1-2-3-45 Dramatic Club 43
Cheer Leader I1-2-39 Senior Play.
,NANCY CAROL CRANE
Commercial: President 4g Varieties 1-
2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-43 District Choral
Festival U1-2-3-45 State Choral Festival
3-45 District Choral Contest 2-3 3 Sex-
tet 2-3g Ensemble 35 Treblairs 45
Breeze Staff, Assistant Editorrg Christ-
mas Play 1-2-3-4g Dramatic Club, Pres-
ident, 4g Senior Playg Annual Staff.
HOMER M. FURR
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Agriculture: Vice President 4g '
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Choral Festival 1-2-8-45 State C
Festival 3-45 Purdue Roundup 35
national Livestock Show 35 Ki
Junior Leadership Conference 4:
trict Judging Contest lg State V1
ble Judging Contest 15 Danforth
Trip 43 Sgiior Play. A ,Y
JERRY LEE HARPER
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Agricultureg Varieties 1: Basketball 1-
2-3-45 Christmas Play 33 Annual Staffg
Poultry and Livestock Judging 1-2-35
Commercial: President 1-23 Reporter 3-
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trict Choral Festival 2-3-4g State Chor-
al Festival 4g Treblairs 4g Christmas
Play 1-2-3-45 D.A.R. Home Economics
Award 2g D.A.R. Award 3: 'D.A.R. Cit-
izenship Award 4g 4-H Roundup 43
Fountain Trust Co. Award 45 4-H Girl
of Township 33 Dramatic Club 4g
Breeze Staff, Editorg Annual Staff,
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Baseball 1-2-3-4g Basketball 1-9
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KA11-ILEEN JOYCE MEEKER
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Play 45 Chorus 43 District Choral Fee
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. ROBERT E. MINNICK
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Basketball 15 Varieties 23 C
District Choral Festival 2g
MERDITH RAINEY JOHN DAVID TORNQUIST
Commercialg Reporter 17. Treasurer 45
Varieties 1-2-43 Chorus 1-2-45 Band
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DORLA LOU TOWNSEND
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4: District Choral Festival 4 3 Band 8-4:
Cheer Leader 1-2-8-4g Dramatic Club
43 Girls A State: Breen Staffs Annual
Staff, Editor: Senior Play.
Agriculture: Varieties 13 Chorus 1:
District Choral Festival 13 Judging
Team 1-2-8-4: District Judging Contact
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WILL I e I
I, Jackie Baldwin, do will and bequeath my habit of being late to any
one who doesn't like to hurry. . . 2
I, Chester Bass, do will and bequeath my typewriter in typing class
to -any good airplane mechanic for it is always flying apart. .
I, Bob Bennett, do will and bequeath my rebounding ability in bas-
ketball to Ralph McGary. 1
I, Donna Berlin, do will and bequeath my saxophone to anyone who
wants to blow his head off. A
I, LaVeda Cooper, do will and bequeath my ability to laugh my way
out of a tight spot to my sister, Dorothy. I
I, Morris Cornell, do will and bequeath my crew cut and my position
as drum major to Larry Strean providing that he struts.
I, Nancy Crane, do will and bequeath.my ability to cut a square
corner every morning at 8:14 to Charles Myers.
I, Homer Furr, do will and bequeath my loud laugh to Mr. Cade and
my agricultural ability to Don Lightle. ' K,
I, Jerry Harper, do will and bequeath my height and basketball skill
lsuch as it isl to Don Hoagland.
I, Mary Ellen Holt, do will and bequeath my position on the Breeze
staff to anyone who likes to gossip. I
I, Bonnie Keeling, do will and bequeath the 'endless job of finding
shoes large enough to fit me to Charlotte Hancock, May she succeed
where I have failed!
I, Dallas Keeling, do will and bequeath my Sunday afternoon visitors
C3 girlsl to anybody who'can't find one girl of ,his own.
I, Dick Kelley, do will and bequeath my long walking stride to Tommy
Byers providing that he changes to it immediately. I
I, Billy' Kinneer, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with
the teachers to anyone who has ambition enough to carry apples. - .
I, Kathleen Meeker, do will and bequeath my extraordinary laugh to
my extraordinary sister, Shirley. , . ' a
I, Bob Minnick, do will and bequeathmy ability to loaf and fight in
class to Charles Meihls providing that he gts A's in deportment.
I, Merdith Rainey, do will and bequeath my after school sessions for
shorthand ,dictation to anyone who can't read his own writing. ' , '
I, John Tornquist, do will and bequeath my ability to get home at
3 a.m. and still be at school the 'next day to Paul Walls. I
I, Dorla Townsend, do will and bequeath my position as Editor of
'the Pintus to anyone who doesn't have enough worries already. . A , I
SENIOR PROPHECY .
As I awakened from a deep slumber, on the morning of June 10,
1966, I recalled my strange dream of the night before. The dream kept
popping into my mind, and I couldn't forget it. While I was eating my
breakfast, it occurred to me why I remembered the-dream. I had dreamt
of every one of my graduating' class. I 'looked at my glass of orange
juice, and there I saw the same scene I had seen in my dream last night.
I'm standing in the middle of Central Park in New York with people
strolling by me. I quickly leave the park and walk to Radio City. I'm
rushing by the C'.B.S. TV Studio, when something catches my eye. I
wander back and see a huge life-size picture of Jerry Harper staring me
in the face. I glance under the picture to read, "The singing and yodeling
star of C.B.S.." But I even receive more of a start when I read LaVeda
Cooper - Director, at the bottom of the poster. My, what successful class-
I pass the Metropolitan Opera House and see that the opera "Carmen"
is on tonight. I buy a ticket, go inside and settle down into the comfort-
able plush seat. I glance at my program and faint. After smelling salts
have been given and a glass of water has been brought to me by the usher,
I again look at the program. Yes, there it is. W Kathleen Meeker is singing
the role of Carmen. Well, Kitty always did have a brilliant voice. The
lights dim and the orchestra files in. Oh no, another surprise, Donna
Berlin is playing the oboe in the orchestra. Wow! What celebrities I had
for classmates. Someone sits down beside me and touches by arm. I
glance around and see Robert Bennett in the uniform of a General. He
tells me he is the new Secretary of Defense. We talk about old school
days until the curtain rises and the worderful story of Carmen unfolds
before our eyes. When the final curtain falls, I bid Bob goodbye and
leave the theater. I then continue on my way in New York.
As I wander by a beautiful modernistic building, I hear someone call
my name. I turn around and see Nancy Crane standing in the doorway
of the building. We talk, and she tells me this is her Fashion Salon
where she models, and all of her latest creations are shown. Nancy also
tells me Mary Ellen Holt is now a well-known actress on Broadway, appear-
ing in a smash hit. As I remember, Mary Ellen became interested in
dramatics while working on Senior play. I leave Nancy and continue upon
my way. Irstop to admire a beautiful streamlined auto in the show win-
dow of a huge Auto Agency, when I see a familiar face. It's John Torn-
quist. I rush inside and practically pounce upon him. I hadn't seen John
since graduation, and this is no time to be formal. He tells me he owns
this agency and takes me on a tour of the building. After we return, we
start talking about the car on display, and John tells me the auto was
designed by Bob Minnick, now one of the top auto designers in the United
States. My chest expands more each minute with pride for my classmates.
After John and I exchange farewells, I continue my tour of New
York. One minute I'm walking ,along admiring the scene, and the next
my face is smashed into the concrete sidewalk. A mob of screaming teen-
agers trample over me and rush on up the street. I pick my bruised body
off the sidewalk and look about for the source of the stampede. I glance
a block up the streetin 'time to see two men engulfed in a flood of
autograph hounds. .
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I hobble up the street to see who the celebrities are. After the kids
have. left, I find Dallas Keeling and Dick Kelley sitting on the sidewalk,
supporting each other. I help them to their feet, and help them to brush
off their clothing. Dick, Dallas, and I stagger into a sidewalk cafe and
order coffee. Discussing our life over our coffee, I discover Dick and
Dallas are now playing baseball with the.Yankees. I glance at my watch
and discover it is growing late. We shake hands and bid each other good-
bye, and I go on, leaving my two old classmates.
I proceed on my way when a big block-long limousine pulls to the
curb and a fashionably dressed lady steps from the automobile onto the
sidewalk. There standing before my dazzled eyes stands Merdith Rainey.
Mert invites me to a lecture at Carnegie Hall to be given by Dorla Town-
send, Dean of Women, at Indiana University. Mert and I step into the
car and are sped away to Carnegie Hall. On the way Mert tells me she
struck oil in her backyard when the car she was driving collided with a
huge stone that covered an oil well. I
The car stops at the Hall, and we go inside to hear Dorla's interesting
lecture on the gracefulness of bell lyra playing. After the lecture we go
backstage and talk to Dorla about bygone days. While we are conversing,
there is a knock at the door, and in rushes Bonnie Keeling. A joyous re-
union follows, and then we settle back and listen to her story of success.
Bonnie is now the most successful author in the world, and was awarded
the Nobel prize for the novel, f'The Love Life of An Agriculture College."
I leave my former classmates with regret and go about my way in New
York. ' '
I buy a newspaper and turn to the sport page. The sports articles
are still raving about the top-speed record set by Chester Bass. My my!
What! Chester Bass! I hurriedly read the articles. Chester Bass, win-
ner of 1966 in the 500 Mile Race. Why I had no idea Chet was a famous
racer. Another feather in the hat of the Class of '52. e
I turn, to the front page and find a picture of Bill Kinneer staring
me in the face. I quickly read under the picture. Scientist Bill Kinneer
returns from discovering new planet. The planet has been named Kin-
neer's Haven in his honor. Just think, a classmate of mine has a planet
named in his honor. I haven't time for any more thoughts then, because
I collide head on with another pedestrian. .
I glance up to see Homer Furr with his head sticking through a
newspaper. We pick each other up, and after a long laugh, begin to talk.
Homer tells me he is now head of M.G.M. Studiorin Hollywood. Homer
also tells meJackie Baldwin is now the star of his studio,,and she has
won the Academy Award for the best actress for three straight years.
I made a mental note then to see more movies. .
I walk up the street into a whirlpool of orange liquid, and wake up to
the present with a start. Why here I am still staring at my glass of
orange juice. Ho Hum! Time to leave for work! It's a responsibility
being director of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
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Seated, left to right-Billy Kinneer, Nancy Crane, Dorla Townsend, Morris
Cornell, Bonnie Keeling. '
Standing, Mr. Wiles, Mary Ellen Holt, LaVeda Cooper, Mr. Dockins, Jerry
Harper, Jacqueline Baldwin.
Left to right-Miss Thomas, Nancy Crane, Donna Berlin, Jacqueline
- Baldwin, Merdith Rainey, Dmorla Townsend, Kathleen Meeker, LaVeda
Cooper, Mary Ellen Holt, Bonnie Keeling.
Row 1, left to right-Dorla Townsend, Jacqueline Baldwin, Donna Berlin,
John Tornquisf, LaVeda Cooper, Kathleen Meeker.
Row 2, Bonnie Keeling, Chester Bass, Billy Kinneer, Merdith Rainey
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Morris Cornell, Homer Furr, Dallas Keeling.
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JUNIOR CLASS .
Row 1, left to right-Shirley Morehouse, Arnold Hancock, Alice Irwin,
Betty Keeling, Ethel Wildman, Delores Lamb, Shirley Alston.
Row 2, Marlene Hall, Dorothy Cooper, Annabelle Fisher, Barbara Sewell,
Helen Ann McLean, Sue Bender, Nelda Cushman, Marilyn Byers.
Row 3, Jayne Starkey, William Wildman, Gerald Keeling, Dean Rusk,
Marietta Smith, Russell Kiger, Gary Lightle, Mary 0lds.
Roy 4, James Furr, Benny Holland, Chares Kester, Charles Meihls, Blayne
Starkey, Charles Edwards, Jack Clift, Ernest Hughes, Belinda Allen.
Row 1, left to right--Martha Weber, Susan Lyons. Alta Mae Goings,
Norma Miller, Delores E-bert, Joyce Wineinger, Yvonne Keene, Char-
Row 2, James Booe, Janet Minnick, Mary Jo Rusk, Margaret Boord, Sally
Coleman, Linda Grubb, Donna Noggle, Robert Clouse. '
Row 3, Eleanor Stonebraker, Beverly Stonebraker, Donald Payton, Ina
Lee Beaver, Gordon Stonecipher, Suella Fletcher, Max Allen, Theda
. McKinney, Shirley Miller.
Row 4, Hardy Keeling, Lowell Keeling, Charles Myers, Paul Pickett, Ar-
nold Summers, William Rhodes, James Ocheltree, John Payne, Paul
Row 1, left to right-Janet Enlow, Beverly Day, Carolyn Pickett, Joy
Anderson, Rita Irwin, Mary Jane Helms, Shirley Meeker, Joanne
Byers, Charles Lindamood.
Row 2, Jim Byers, Robert Burgner, Carolyn Lyons, Nancy Haas, Elaine
Crane, Mary Ann Drollinger, Catherine Wildman, Shirley Cowan,
Betty Minick, Donald Lightle.
Row 3, Lois Dolph, Betty Clift, Lucille Keeling, Donald Hoagland, Char-
les McKinney, Dale Cushman, Billie Joan Goings, LaVerne Keene,
Row 4, Marion Craig, Merrill Keller, Zane Meeker, Jack McLean, Larry
Pool, Larry Strean, Tommy Byers, Jasper Fogleman, Dan VanHook,
Dale Byers. ' B
Row 1, left to right-Nancy Tornquist, Ordella Wall, Janet Frankeberger,
Glen Craig, Richard Craig, Gwendolyn Steffy, Patricia Summers,
Row 2, Ronald Howard, Harold Coleman, Joe Pickett, Dallas Ponder,
David Myers, Jerry Brandenburg, Ronald Manning, Lynnette Goodson.
Row 3, Dale Linker, Dale Kee-ling, Anita Blackford, Sandra Ferguson,
Mary Borst, Howard Fletcher, Larry Hughes, James Keeling.
Row 4, Lloyd Hartle, Sonja Switzer, Joe Smith, Carolyn Miller, Janice
Layman, George Hinote, Loretta Crumley, Larry Reed, Donna Mitch-
Row 5, Norman Manning, Billy Eaton, Edmund Murray, Billy Joe, Craig,
Robert Thomas, Allen Harris, Duane Payton, Norman Manning, Will-
iam Howard, Lee Roy Dismore.
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SE.VEN TH GRADE
Row 1, left to right-Lucille Smith, James Logue, Tommy Booe, Lavon
Stahl, Jackie Berlin, Carolyn Snow, Ramona Steffy.
Row 2, Sharrold Keeling, Daryel Townsend, David Cushman, Glenda
Rhodes, Shirley Cushman, Zola Cushman.
Row 3, Walter Turpin, Ivan Trinkle, Gaye Cable, Judith Campbell, David
Rusk, Janet Florey, Norma Booe. ,
Row 4, Jill Wall, Kenneth King, Ralph McGary, Bob Barker, Larry Van-
Note, Larry Burdick, Gail Byers, Hazel Hess.
To Charles Lindamood, Class of '55, the Senior Class of '52 extend
their most sincere thanks for the excellent art work shown throught the
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ACADEMIC ' ,
Row 1, left to right--Jim Byers, Donald Hoagland, Dale Cushman, Dale
Byers, Charles McKinney, Charles Lindamood.
Row 2, Marion Craig, Dale Van Hook, Merrill Keller, Robert Burgner,
Donna Noggle, Donald Lightle, Robert Clouse.
Row 3, Jasper Fogleman, Billy Kinneer, Tommy Byers, Morris Cornell,
Larry Strean, Jack McLean, Zane Meeker.
Row 4, Charles Myers, Belinda Allen, Benny Holland, Jack Clift, Ernest
Hughes, Larry Pool, James Ocheltree.
Students fulfilling the requirements of an academic course are pre-
pared to enter college. To complete the course the student must have 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.
Row 1, left to right-Miss Thomas, Charlotte Hancock, Helen McLean,
Norma Jean Miller, Mary Ellen Holt, Sally Coleman, Sue Bender,
Dorla Townsend, Marilyn Byers. A .
Row 2, Linda Grubb, Joyce Wineinger, Alta Mae Goings, Delores Ebert,
Kathleen Meeker, Shirley Alston, Shirley Morehouse, LaVeda Cooper,
Nelda Cuhsman. - '
Rowi3, Yvonne Keene, Dorothy Cooper, Susan Lyons, Mary Jo Rusk,
Jayne Starkey, Merdith Rainey, Betty Keeling, Margaret Boord, Mar-
Row 4, Ethel Wildman, Delores Lamb, Marlene Hall, Annabelle Fisher,
Theda McKinney, Barbara Sewell, Jacqueline Baldwin, Janet Minnick,
Row 5, Donna Berlin, Mary Olds, Marietta Smith, Nancy Crane, Arnold
Summers, William Rhodes, Bonnie Keeling, Suella Fletcher, Ina Lee
Beaver, Shirley Miller.
The commercial course helps prepare the student to enter the business
world. In order to complete the' course with the required number of
credits, the student must complete three years of English, two years of
shorthand, two years of typing, bookkeeping, American history, civics,
business arithmetic, business English, home economics or farm shop,
algebra, biology, and geometry or Latin.
Row 1, left to right-Donald Payton, Gordon Stonecipher, Gerald Keeling,
-Mr. Cade, Max Allen, Chester Bass, Paul Walls.
Row 2, John Tornquist, Hardy Keeling, Lowell Keeling, James Booe,
Robert Minnick, Arnold Hancock, William Wildman.
Row 3, John Payne, Homer Furr, Richard Kelley, Dean Rusk, Dallas
Keeling, Russell Kiger, Gary L-ightle.
Row 4, Paul Pickett, Robert Bennett, Charles Meihls, Blayne Starkey,
Charles Edwards, Jerry Harper, Charles Kester, James Furr.
Farmers, this is your course of study: four years of agriculture,
three years of English, two years of mathematics, business English,
biology, civics, physics, American history and a choice ,of world history
or Latin. All students are required to complete one or more productive
enterprise projects and one or more supplementary farm projects.
VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS
Row 1, left to right-Janet Enlow, Mary Jane Helms, Catherine Wildman,
Rita Irwin, Carolyn Pickett, Shirley Meeker, Mrs. Howard.
Row 2, Joy Anderson, Shirley Cowan, Carolyn Lyons, Nancy Haas, Betty
Lou Minick, Beverly Day, Joanne Byers.
Row 3, Elaine Crane, Lois Dolph, Betty Clift, Billie Joan Goings, Lucille
Keeling, LaVerne Keene, Ruth Olds, Mary Ann Drollinger.
Homemakers are being trained in our home economics department.
To successfully complete this course, the girls must have four years of
home economics, four years of English, biology, algebra, civics, one year
of two of the following: geometry, history, or Latin, American history,
choige of Latin or one semester of commercial arithmetic and advanced
a ge ra.
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Majorettes-Gwendolyn Steffy, Sandra Ferguson, Shirley Miller, Sonja
Switzer, Ordella Wall. ,
Row 1, Tommy Byers,'Shirley Morehouse, Donna Mitchell, Alice Irwin,
Ruth Olds, Elaine Crane, Belinda Allen, Marlene Hall.
Row 2, Yvonne Keene, Judith Campbell, Glenda Rhodes, Carolyn Lyons,
Rita Irwin, Dale Byers, Donna Noggle, Janet Minnick, Gail Byers,
David Myers, Donna Berlin,-Annabelle Fisher, Barbara Sewell.
Row 3, Morris Cornell, Linda Grubb, Charles Myers, Merrill Keller, Mere-
dith Keller, Donald Hoagland, Mary Jane Helms, Nancy Haas, Daryel
Townsend, Robert Burgner, Charles Lindamood, Theda McKinney.
Standing, Mrs. Ingersoll, Dorla Townsend, Marietta Smith, Janice Layman,
gaixfies Furr, Patsy Summers, Sue Bender, Anita Blackford, Nellie
ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF V.H.S. BAND
The Band has become a very integral part of the activities of Veed-
ersburg High School. During the past year the Band has received many
honors. They placed first at the State Band Contest and fifth at the
State Marching Contest at the State Fair. The Band was invited to play
at the annual New York Central Railroad Picnic and was transported. to
Urbana in a special railroad car. The Band was asked to play at the
Memorial Day services at Hillsboro. They also paraded and played at
the Armistice Day Services held at the Veedersburg Grade School lawn.
An invitation was accepted to march at the Indiana Lion's C'lub Convention
on April 26, at Evansville. The Band, with Mrs. Ingersoll directing, again
competed in the State Band Contest this year on April 19.
The students, parents, and followers of Veedersburg High School are
very proud of the past year's accomplishments of the Band.
Drum Major-Morris Cornell.
Column I-Gwendolyn Steffy, majorette, Donna Noggle, Janet Minnick,
Dorla Townsend, Patsy Summers, Tommy Byers, Carolyn Lyons,
Charles Myers, Janice Layman. .
Column .II-Sandra Ferguson, majorette, Daryel Townsend, Marlene Hall,
Gail Byers, Sue Bender, Shirley Morehouse, Donald Hoagland, Linda
Grubb, Ruth Olds. .
Column III-Shirley Miller, majorette, Nancy Haas, Belinda Allen, Bar-
bara Sewell, Nellie Odle, Yvonne Keene, Rita Irwin, Merrill Keller.
Column IV4onja Switzer, majorette, Robert Burgner, Elaine Crane,
Donna Berlin, Anita Blackford, Glenda'Rhodes, Dale Byers, Meredith
Keller, Alice Irwin.
Column V-Ordella Wall, majorette, Theda McKinney, David Myers,
Annabelle Fisher, James Furr, Donna Mitchell, Judith Campbell, Mary
Jane Helms, Marietta Smith.
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Row 1, left to right-Donna Noggle, LaVeda Cooper, Nelda Cushman,
Nancy Haas, Elaine Crane, Robert Burgner, Kathleen Meeker, Marilyn
Byers, Shirley Morehouse. ' S
Row 2, Dale Byers, Helen McLean, Donald Hoagland, Ruth Olds, Alta Mae
Goings, Sue Bender, Merdith Rainey, Susan Lyons.
Row 3, Betty Keeling, Alice Irwin, Delores Ebert, Ethel Wildman, Carolyn
Lyons, Linda Grubb, Dorla Tovsmsend, Mary Jane Helms, Delores-
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Row 4, Janet Minnick, Barbara Sewell, Donald Payton, Jayne Starkey,
Shirley Miller, Theda McKinney, Mary Jo Rusk, Merrill Keller, Anna-
belle Fisher, Marlene Hall.
Row 5, Beverly Stonebraker, Max Allen, Tommy Byers, Nancy Crane,
Belinda Allen, Dean Rusk, Bonnie Keeling, Marietta Smith, Mary Olds.
Row 6, Homer Furr, Charles Myers, Benny Holland, Arnold Summers,
Blayne Starkey, William Rhodes, Charles Kester, James Furr, James
Ocheltree, Morris Cornell.
' CHRISTMAS PROGRAM - .
Act I The Night Before Christmas ' H
Johnor Daddy .......... .... B arney McKinney
Amy or-Mother .... .... E leanor Stonebraker
' Susan ........... ....... e Jodie Boggs
, Mike ............... A t . . . Michael Morehouse
' Pantomime I, The Nativity - '
' 0 Little Town of Bethlehem ..Q ............... , .... Redner
Silent Night .................................... Gruber
Combined Junior Highand High School Chorus
Pantomime II, The .Shepherds I in
Pastoral Symphony ............ .ffrom Hande1's 1Messiahl
Flute Duet ................ Marlene Hall and Belinda Allen
There Were Shepherds. Abiding in the Field 1
And Lo, the Angel of the Lord Came upon Them
And the Angel Said unto Them
And Suddenly There Was with the Angel -
Gloria in Excelsio Deo .................. fOld French Songl
High School Chorus
X Pantomime III, The Adoration .
We Three Kings of Orient Are .................... Hopkins
High School Boys Chorus- t R
I Charles Myers and Morris Cornell, soloists
o Holy Night ........................ Q .... ....... A dem
' High School Chorus I - I
Act II The Night Before Christmas
The Carolers .............. Jon Boggs, head caroler, Barbara
Burgner, Billy Birge, Don Elmore, Carol Craig,
- I fJimmy Hughes
A Processional ..... p . .t ...........,... 0 Come, All Ye Faithful
y I ,Combined Junior High and High School Chorus
Let Carols Ring .......................... Karr. by Blackl
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Act III '
' The Grade School Choir l
. 'Carl Mueller
e Night Before Christmas
The First Noel ....... .... C French,
Away In a Manger ..... ..... , ,. ....
The Treblairs A '
' Lullaby ..... .. . ..... .... G evaert
Gesu Bambino ........ '. . . ..... . Yon
The Junior High School Choir e
Dona Nobis Pacem CGiVe to us Peacel ....... Traditional
Junior High School Sextet h
White Christmas .. . U .... Berlin
The Combined Chorus ' '
T'was the Night Before Christmas . . . . . . Karr. by Fred
The Night Before Christmas
. . . . . Ralph McGary
' Winter Wonderland ....... . ............ High School Chorus
Santa Claus .......... - . . , . .
The Dancing Doll ........ ........
A W MERRYr CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND TO ALL, GOOD NIGHT! r
A Pantomimes .
. . . Shirley Meeker
Catherine Wildman, Janet Enlow, Beverly Day
. . . . . . . . . . . . Don Lightle, Dale Cushman, Richard
Francis, Marion Craig, Jim Byers I
The Three Kings ......... Larry Strean, Charles McKinney,
- Zane Meeker
Altar Boys .................. Jack McLean, Dale Van Hook
Ushers ...... Billie Goings, Betty Minnick, Carolyn Pickett,
LaVerne Keene, Joy Anderson, Shirley Cowan
The Angel ............................
Manager ............................... Jasper Fogleman
Costumes, Make-up . . . ...... '. . . Dramatic Club
. . . . Nancy Crane
.. Charles Myers
Vice President .... ....
Secretary N ...... . .
Treasurer .... . . . . .
r WINTER CONCERT
Little Giant March .................................. ' . . School Band
Sunnyland Overture .......... ,1 ........................... Olivadoti
' L Student Conducting - Morris Cornell
Arcturus A ....................................,........ Vandercock
Cornet solo - Meredith Keller '
Polka Militaire .................................... . . . Hartley
V Trombone solo - Daryel Townsend
LaMilitaire . . .V ....... ' ........................... . . Raymond
l J Clarinet solo - Tommy Byers
Nola ....................................... ' ...... if .... Arndt
. Cornet solo - Charles Myers
Parade of the Wooden Soldiers .................. . ...... . . Jessel
Clarinet solo - Barbara Burgner
My Regards ...................................... .. Llewellyn
' C Clarinet solo - Donna Mitchell '
Vasse Abandon .................................. .... Cl arke
Cornet solo - Morris Cornell
Skylarks ................................................ Erickson
Clarinet trio: Barbara Burgner, Judith Campbell, Glenda Rhodes
Co-Ed Capers .......................................... Wadsworth
Baritone saxophone solo - Donna Noggle
Spanish Dance ............................ - ............ Moszkowski
Flute solo - Belinda Allen ,
Elena Polka ......................................... - ..... Keifer
Baritone solo - Theda McKinney
Twirling Routine .................... Shirley Miller, Gwendolyn Steffy,
C Sonja Switzer, and Ordella Wall
Romance ......... A ....................................... Cheyette
Mellophone solo - Alice Irwin '
American Patrol ........................................ Meacham
Trombone solo - Robert Burgner
Clarinet Polka .................................... Arr. by Hummel
' Clarinet trio: Tommy Byers, Donna Mitchell, Shirley Morehouse
Galety Polka .......... . ................................... Hartley
Trombone solo -'Charles Lindamood
Mosquito Dance ..................................... . ..... Weston
Flute trio: .Marlene Hall, Elaine Crane, Belinda Allen
Three of a Kind .......... A ................................. Buchtel
Cornet trio: Donald Hoagland, Dale Byers, Rita Irwin
Deepwood ........................................... ,. . Bennett
Bass clarinet solo - Janet Minnick
Londonderry Air ................................... Arr. by Holmes
Brass Quartet: Merrill Keller, Carolyn Lyons, Charles
Lindamood, Theda McKinney , i
Enchantress . .1 ........... , ................................ Vivier
Tenor saxophone solo - Barbara Sewell '
Dark Eyes ..... ' ............................. A ...... Arr. by Yoder
Clarinet Quartet: Tommy Byers, Janet Minnick, Donna '
' Mitchell, Shirley Morehouse .
TrumpetersThree..., .................. . .... Johnson
- 'Cornet trio: Morris Cornell, Linda Grubb, Charles Myers
Row 1, left to right-Shirley Meeker, Shirley Morehouse, Nelda Cushman,
Marilyn Byers, Donna Noggle, Kathleen Meeker, Janet Enlow.
Row 2, Dorla Townsend, Linda Grubb, cm-01ynlLy0nS, Mary Jane Helms,
Carolyn Pickett, LaVeda Cooper, Joanne Byers.
Row 3, Sue Bender, Helen McLean, Mary Ann Drollinger, Nancy Haas,
Betty Clift, L-ois Dolph, Elaine Crane, Susan Lyons.
Row 4, Jayne Starkey, Mary Ellen Holt, Barbara Sewell, Mary Jo Rusk,
Merrill Keller, Shirley Miller, Annabelle Fisher, Janet Minnick.
Row 5, Jasper Fogleman, Tommy Byers, Morris Cornell, Nancy Crane,
- Belinda Allen, Charles Myers, James Ocheltree, Marietta Smith, Billy
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Be1oW-Coaches, Mr. Wiles and Mr. Lankford.
FIRST TEAM BASKE.TBALL PLAYERS
Seated left to right-James Booe, Dallas Keeling, Gerald Keeling, James
Standlng Billy Kmneer manager, Ernest Hughes, Robert Bennett, Blayne
Starkey Jerry Harper, Jack'Clift, Coach Wiles. I
f I FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL SCORES
Hillsboro 42 g
Kingman, 47 A
West Lebanon 66 5
Covington 57 Wabash Valley
Pine Village 60
Perrysville 39 '
West Point 59 L
Williamsport 75 QSectionalJ
n SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL PLAYERS
Seated, left to right-Dale Cushman, Dale Byers, Jim Byers, Donald
Payton, Jack McLean, Marion Craig, Charles McKinney, Donald
Hoagland. A A '
Standing, James Ocheltree, manager, Larry Strean, Zane Meeker, Paul
Pickett, William Rhodes, Larry Pool, Lowell Keeling, Coach Wiles.
sEcoND TEAM BASKETBALL scomss
Veedersburg Linden 311
Veedersburg Hillsboro 18
Veedersburg Charleton 32
Veedersburg Williamsport B2
Veedersburg Cayuga 23
Veedersburg Kingman 27
Veedersburg Schlarman 38
Veedersburg Waynetown 44
Veedersburg Covington 44
Veedersburg Hillsboro 19 g
Veedersburg West Labanon 26
Veedersburg Richland 29
Veedersburg Boswell 27
Veedersburg Pine Village 40
Veedersburg Attica 44
Veedersburg Perrysville 32
West Point 44
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BASEBALL TEAM , y ,
Row 1, left to right--Billy Kinneer, Donald Hoagland, Donald, Payton,
Dale Byers, James Ocheltree.
Row 2, Charles McKinney, James Booe, Larry Strean, Gary Lightle, Jack
McLean, Dale Cushman. l
Row 3, Mr. Lankford, Gerald Keeling, .Dean Rusk, Jack, Clift, Blayne
Starkey, Larry Pool, Richard Kelley, Dallas Keeling, Mr. Wiles,
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EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM
Cheer Leaders, left to right--Donna Mitchell, Gwendolyn Steffy,,Janice
Layman. D . 7 ' '
Seated, Ronald Manning, David Myers, Richard Craig, Glen Cfaign Dean
Keeling, Larry Hughes, Dale Linker, James Keelmg, Joe Pickett,
' Jerry Brandenburg, Dallas Ponder. y 1
Standing, Coach Lankford, Larry Reed, Norman Massing, Lee, Roy Dis-
more, Duane Payton, Allen Harris, Edmund Murray, Norman Man-
ning, William Howard, Dale Keeling, Larry Burdick, manager.
EIGHTH GRADE SCORESQP
Veedersburg Attica 17 g
Veedersburg Wallace 22, , ,
Veedersburg Wallace 16
Veedersburg Williamsport 14
Veedersburg Cayuga 19 ' - ,,,,,,
Veedersburg Cates 13
Veedersburg , Alamo 27 7 Q 1
Veedersburg Tangier 14 CCates Tourneyl llfl ef
Veedersburg Cates '21 fCates Tourneyj N ,
Veedersburg West Lebanon 7 7 F A
Veedersburg Covington 20 COvertimeJ, , fa
Veedersburg ' Kingman 17 A 'ii
Veedersburg West Lebanon 18 is,
Veedersburg Cayuga 23 A 2.
Veedersburg Covington 20
Veedersburg Alamo 16 it
Veedersburg Williamsport 5 1
Veedersburg Kingman 20 A
Veedersburg Cates 20 ' A
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Veedersburg Rabb 23
Veedersburg Attica 23 '
Veedersburg Cates 21 CFinal Gamel
SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM
Cheer Leaders, left to right-Hazel Hess, Ramona Steffy, Norma Booe
V Gaye Cable.
Seated, Jim Andrews, Daryel Townsend, Ivan Trinkle, David Cushman
Tommy Booe, Walter Turpin.
Standing, CoachaLankford, David Rusk, Larry VanNote, Bob Barker
Ralph McGary, Kenneth King, manager, Larry Burdick
SEVENTH GRADE. SCORES
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Miss Green Devil .. .
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Queen Beauty .....
Most Popular Boy . . .
Most Popular Girls ....
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Miss Wisdom ..............
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Favorite Baseball Player .... .....
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. . . ., ............. Morris Cornell
Dorla Townsend and Sue Bender
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Best Pals ............... .. . Marilyn Byers and Nelda Cushman
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Bachelors of V.H.S. . . . . . . Richard Kelley and Homer Furr
Lovebirds of V.HS. .... .........g.... M arilyn and Jerry
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Miss Junior . . .
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Miss Sophomore . . .
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Miss Freshman .....
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IN DAIRY EQUIPMENT AND MOTORS
Leslie M. Howard Delaval Sales and Service
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Phone 110-A Veedersburg, Ind.
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Best Wishes to the Seniors of 1952
FRANK'S FOOD MARKET
"EVERYTHING IN FOODS"
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THE CAPS AND GOWNS 5
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HARRY K. LANDES COMPANY
837 Illinois Street Indianapolis, Ind.
THE HOME OF FAMOUS "I-IARYKOH COSTUMES
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Best of Luck Seniors of "52"
HOME APPLIANCE CO.
Complete Line of Westinghouse Products
Gibson Ranges and Refrigerators
Detroit Jewel Gas Stoves Records
Capehart Television Wiring Supplies
Complete Electrical and Radio Service
Phone 11 Veedersburg, Ind.
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