Veedersburg High School - Pintus Yearbook (Veedersburg, IN)
- Class of 1956
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.IANET FRANKEBERGER, Editor
HAZEL HESS, Assistant Editor
GWEN STEFFY, Business Manager
BILL STARKEY, Business Manager
BERTA RUTH MITCHELL, Copy Editor
.IUDY CAMPBELL, Assistant Copy Editor
MARCIA AHRENS, Activities Editor
SHARROLD KEELINC, Assistant Activities Editor
BILL HOWARD, Sports Editor
JIM ANDREWS, Assistant Sports Editor
PATSY SUMMERS, Grade School Editor
ROSEMARY MOREHOUSE, Assistant Grade School Editor
GLEN CRAIG, Art Editor
CINDY HARRISON, Assistant Art Editor
RONNIE MANNING, Photography Editor
DAVID MYERS, Photography Editor
JILL WALL, Assistant Photography Editor
ORDELLA WALL, Typist
ELEANOR MINNICK, Typist
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That we who leave Veedersburg High School this year and the years to come
will remember with pride in the future years, their old friends and associa-
To perpetuate this lingering memory is the purport of the l956 Pintus.
lVlay its pages ever he a source of fond remembrance.
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Mr. Virgil Jenks, in appreciation of his unselfish devotion and
service to our school and community.
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Three Hits and a Miss
Hard at Work
Anybody Hungry ? ?
Years of Hard
What Happened ? ? ?
The Line Up
All Eyes on Cup
Whafs cooking, good looking
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There It Goes!
You D0n't Say?
Looks Fishy, Girls!
Dave, 4'What's the matter, Ronnie?"
2 plus 2 equals ?
Are you sure this is art?
This looks like everything but Civics!
Oh! Mr. Che-sceldine . . .
Shorty, Remember Your Cue!
Kicked Out of College
The Senior Play, Kicked Out Of College, was a rollick-
ing comedy which captivated the audience. The popular
Senior Bootles Bembow has a hard time keeping his
mind on his studies with all his extra-curricular activi-
ties. Eventually he uses up all of his good luck and settles
down to the serious side of college life and getting mar-
Under the capable direction of Mr. Norman Robinson
the entire cast turned in a creditable performance.
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President of Senior Class
Scribe .,,,....,,,.,t...,,,. ,,,....
Booties Bembow ,,,,,,
Sandy McCann ...,,,,,
Selina McCann .,,,...
Mehitable McCann ,
Betty Bembow ,,,,.,,,,,, .,....v., ,,,,,...
Mr. Robert J. Bembow ,,,,,.Y. .,,,,,
Mrs. R. J. Bembow ,,,,,...,
Officer Riley ,,,,,,..
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Shorty Long ,,,..
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Ioriquil Cray ..,,,tt t,.,.,t,,..,. S ONJA SWITZER
"Ma" Baggsby ,t,,... ,,,,,.....,,.,,,.t.,...,,,ti.,t,,.... J ANICE LAYMAN
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PATSY SUMMERS, NANCY TORNQUIST
Wide Open Faces-
The Reading Monster . , .
Busy Day . . .
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One of the highlights of our football season was the crowning of the football queen.
Each of the classes was responsible for selecting a candidate. The queen was elected
by popular vote of the student body.
Janet Floclchart was crowned by Norman Manning.
Her court consisted of Sharrold Keeling, Joanne Adair, and Marilyn Cross. Janet
and Sharrold were attired in white strapless gowns while Joanne wore a sea-green
ballerina gown and lVlarilyn wore a lime green formal.
The girls were honored by tl1e presentation of corsages by Larry Hughes on behalf
of the Athletic Club.
ln addition to the crowning of the Queen a parade took place. Each class entered
a float. Delbert Wilrnarth, Vern French, and Carl Songer were the judges. The placings
were: Seniors, firstg Sophomores, secondg Freshmen, thirdg and the Juniors, fourth.
These floats were accompanied by the high school band and a convertible for the
Queen and her court.
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The Annual Fall Festival, sponsored by the Lyon's Club, was another high success.
On this night the gym takes on the atmosphere of a'carnival. The highlight of the
evening is the crowning of the king and queen. 4
The successful- candidates for this year were: Nellie Odle, Queen, and Howard '
Fletcher, King, with Judy Campbell, Ton Booe, Mary Whisler, Tom Wilson, Karen T
Minnick, David Lightle, Doris Keller, Dick McLure, Jolynne Keeling, and John
Foley as attendants. .
These candidates will represent the Lions Club on a float, along with the band
next spring in the State Lions Club Parade at Indianapolis.
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Our Student Council is Veedersburg
High School,s Student goyernment,
which was organized in 1952.
Since it has become a very promin-
ent organization in our surroundings,
all of our activities go through their
hands, that plan, organize, and pro-
mote student actions:
Fun and work alike are all on the
Student Council agenda.
YELL LEADERS: Mary Goings, Hazel Hess, Ramona Steffy. First row: Janice Layman, Margaret
Pritchard, Mary Ruth Vandiver, Gwen Steffy, Janet Flockhart, Marcia Ahrens, Sonja Switzer,
Janet Frankeberger, Patsy Summers, Sandy Ferguson, Anita Blackford. Second row: Joanne Adair,
Melba Keith, Kathern Keith, Jill Wall, Nellie Odle, Barbara Burgner, Judy Campbell, Martha
English, Judy Harper, Catha Smith, Nellie McDonald, Ormal Verhey. Third row: Diane Fletcher.
Dixie Henard, Sharon Keeling, Jeannete Newnum, Cindy Harrison, Ruth Allen, Marilyn Drum-
mond, Rosemary Morehouse, Berta Mitchell, Karen Minnick, Carolyn Hancock, Charlotte Mc-
Kinney, Jane Hershberger, Donna Ponder, Glenda Rhodes. Fourth row: Shirley Foley, Eleanor
Minnick, Saundra Linker, Susan Towell, Sharrold Keeling, Janet Hershberger, Marilyn Gross.
Beverly Helms, Camillia Mitchell, Jane Myers, Helen Keeling, Phyllis Philpott. Gail Byers, Janet
Dunnivan, Dorothy Edwards.
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The Sunshine Society under sponsorship of Mrs.
Gladys Weir with the motto H0thers," have done many
interesting and helpful things.
At one of our early fall meetings we initiated the
freshman girls, which made our membership total ap-
At Christmas time we had our usual party for the
members, after which we caroled to the ill and aged,
Freshman Inmanon giving them cheer baskets.
The joiht Hi-Y and Sunshine party is always a high-
light in the Sunshine's calendar of affairs, with the
parents and teachers as guests.
MRS. WEIR, Sponsor Sunshine Officers
First row, left to right: Carolyn Hancock, Janice Kelley, Deloris Hartle, Melba Keith, Kathryn
Keith, Ramona Steffy, Glenda Rhodes, Sherrill Pickett, Barbara Burgner, Rosemary Morehouse,
Katha Smith, Nellie McDonald, Andrea Billingsley, Marilyn Gross, Gwen Steffy, Berta Mitchell.
Second row: Mary Borst, Kathryn Wilson, Sharon Keeling, Patsy Summers, Sandy Ferguson,
Margaret Pritchard, Anita Blackford, Jane Hershberger, Charlotte McKinney. Judy Harper, Donna
Ponder, Martha English, Janet Frankeberger, Cindy Harrison. Third row: Sandra Linker, Eleanor
Minnick, Sharrold Keeling, Janet Hershberger, Jill Wall, Hazel Hess, Marcia Ahrens, Sonja
Switzer, Mary Ruth Vandiver, Nellie Odle, Deloris Keller, Brenda Cunningham, Mary Ann Mc-
Donald, Diane Fletcher, Ordella Wall. Fourth row: Susan Towell, Jane Myers, Marilyn Drum-
mond, Ruth Allen, Doris Anderson, Mary Goings, Joanne Adair, Donna Mitchell, Beverly Gayler,
Kitty Southard, Dixie Henard, Helen Keeling, Shirley Foley, Janice Layman, Judy Campbell.
Left to right: Gwen Sn-ffy,
Treasurerg Berta Mitchell, Vice
Presidentg Joanne Adair, Record-
ing Secretary: Judy Campbell,
Corresponding Secretary, Janice
Layman, Program Chairman,
Margaret Pritchard, President,
Mrs. Gladys Weir, Sponsor.
Back row, sitting: Hazel Hess, Ronnie Manning, Breta Ruth Mitchell, Marcia Ahrens. Standing:
Bill Howard, Janet Frankeberger, Glen Craig. Seated: Gwen Steffy, Patsy Summers. Camera: Dave
First row: Glen Craig, Ronnie Manning, Jim An
drews, Janet Frankeberger, Bill Starkey, Dave Myers
Bill Howard, Second row: Hazel Hess, Judy Camp
hell, Rosemary Morehouse, Jill Wall, Eleanor Min
nick, Patsy Summers, Berta Mitchell, Cindy Har
Marcia Ahrens, Sharrold Keeling, Ordella Wall
rison. Third row: Mr. Norman Robinson, Sponsor,
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Dummies, rulers, typing, deadlines, headaches, and fun, formed the progress of
this yearis Pintus. Editing the annual was Janet Frankeberger. Hazel Hess served
as assistant editor. The photography editors, David Myers and Ronnie Manning, had
a busy time seeing that the pictures were in by deadlines, but Jill Wall was a great
help to both. Write-ups of the Veedersburg athletics were prepared by Bill Howard
and Jim Andrews. Gwen Steffy headed the business staff assisted by Bill Starkey.
Art work was done by Glen Craig assisted by Cindy Harrison. Patsy Summers and
Rosemary Morehouse collected all of the Grade School Activity, while Marcia Ahrens
and Sharrold Keeling took care of the High School functions. Berta Ruth Mitchell
and Judy Campbell served as copy editors. Ordella Wall and Eleanor Minnick typed
much of the copy and Mr. Robinson served as the groupis sponsor. We hope that the
hard work put into the Pintus gave an accurate report of the year 1955-1956.
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From band there were 22 entries in the District Solo and Ensemble Contest at
Greencastle, winning 16 firsts, five seconds, and one 3rd placement. Those receiving
first placings in Class C were eligible to go to the State Auditions on the following
Saturday. There Veedersburg received two first place ratings and ten seconds. Those
receiving firsts were the flute trio consisting of Breta Ruth Mitchell, Charolette Mc-
Kinney, and Jane Hershberger, and the brass sextet consisting of Jon Boggs, Ramona
Steffy, Janice Layman, Rosmary Morehouse, Marcia Ahrens, and Hazel Hess.
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Director: Dr. Ahrens. Clarinets: Jodie Boggs. Barbara Burgner, Judy Campbell, Larry Reed, Glenda
Rhodes, Cynthia Harrison, Camilla Mitchell, Beverly Helms, Sherry King, Susan Towell, Marolyn
Drummond, Janet Hayes, Myra Goings, Jolynne Kc-cling, Nancy Preston. I'ereussion: Jean Pitzer,
John Rennison, Marilyn Gross, Paul Pritchard, Russell Jenks, Nellie Odle, Anita Blackford. Patsy
Summers, Jill Wall. Bell Lyra: Jane Myers. Basses: Janice Layman, Don Elmore. Tenor Sax:
Saundra Linker, Gwen Steffy, Janet Hershberger. Bass Clarinet: Donna Mitchell. Oboe: Margaret
Pritchard. Baritone Sax: Dwight Gookins, Dean Hancock. Comets: Jon Bogg, Ramona Steffy,
Rosemary Morehouse, Duane Dice, Robert Shidler, Jan Baxter, Janes Bentely, Virginia Morehouse.
Clark Ahrens, Fred Vandiver. Flutes: Breta Ruth Mitchell, Jane Hershberger, Charolette McKinney,
Doris Anderson, Carolyn Fishero, Janice Parham. Altoniums: Mary Goings, Carolyn Turpin.
Saxophones Dave Myers, Gail Byers, Sonja Switzer, Martha English, Shirley Wilkenson. Baritone:
Marcia Ahrens, Susan Mills. Trombones: Daryel Townsend, Hazel Hess, Ruth Allen, John Burgner.
Henry Hess. Robert Reiss. Jerry Hershberger.
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Sonja Switzer, our drum majorette, has served all four of
her high school years, beside twirling with the four majorettes
on different occasions.
All five majorettes have won first ratings in the District
Twirling Contest. Janet and Gwen received seconds in the State
ln addition to their band work, two of the girls attended
summer camp, and three of them have classes of younger
ln their Senior year the four majorettes entertained the
public at hall games with their original ideas in lighted rou-
tines, flag twirling, dance steps, and twirling stunts.
Majorettes: Janet Frankebergcr. Sandra Ferguson, Ordella
Drum Majorette, SONJA SWITZER Wall and Gwen Steffy
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First row: Berta Mitchell, Kathryn Keith, Melba Keith, Jane Hersheberger, Patsy Summers, Mary
Louise Goings, Dianne Fletcher, Janet Frankeberger, Anita Blackford, Nellie Odle, Janet Flockhart,
Carol LaBau, Marianne Boord, Gwen Steffy, Carolyn Hancock, Carolyn Wilkinson, Mrs. Simpers.
Second row: Pat Stembaugh, Ramona Steffy, Beverly Helms, Martha English, Alberta Underwood,
Hazel Hess, Marilyn Gross, Saundra Linker, Carole Dunnivan, Rosemary Morehouse, Barbara
Burgner, Marcia Ahrens, Shirley Foley, Ordella Wall, Donna Mitchell, Janice Kelley. Third row:
Ruth Ann Pitzer, Charlotte McKinney, Ruth Allen, Marolyn Drummond, Jane Myers, Janice Lay-
man, Hallie Keith, Glenda Rhodes, Susan Towell, Dorothy Edwards, Deloris Hartle, Janet Dun-
nivan, Janet Hersheberger, Susan Sever, Judy McDuffie. Fourth row: Dixie Henard, Jill Wall,
Sandy Ferguson, Gail Byers, Ronnie Manning, Don Elmore, Leon Stonecipher, Dwight Gookins,
Judy Campbell, Mary Ruth Vandiver, Sonja Switzer, Carolyn Turpin, Camilla Mitchell, Margaret
Pritchard, Bonnie Krout, Jean Hebner. Fifth row: Russell Jenks, Daryel Townsend, David Myers,
Jim Hughes, Bill Howard, Jerry Brandenburg, Lloyd Hartle, Paul Pritchard, Tom Linker, Dennis
Hughes, Mike Morehouse, Paul Wilson.
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The Dischords are the all-girl double sextet. They sing on various occasions for
school and different organizations. '
Under the direction of Mrs. Simpers and Berta Ruth Mitchell, the girls received
a first division rating at District Solo and Ensemble Contest. In the State Auditions
they received a second.
It is always a pleasure for the girls to look forward to singing for Easter Sunrise
service and Commencement.
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Veedersburg's Devils made their football
debut this year with their little green pitch-
forks raised highl
Even though we met defeat each game,
much improvement was shown and spirit
was never defeated.
We are looking forward to a victorious
season in 1956 and 1957.
Ramona, Hazel and Mary Louise keep the spirit high!
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say that our Green Devils have done a commend-
Twelve teams were forced to bow as our boys
wielded their little green pitchforks into our de-
Our outlook is right and we anticipate greater
success in the future.
WABASH VALLEY PRELIMINARIES
We drew Attica as our play off partners, even
though our Devils put up a good fight, we were
defeated 56 to 53.
Veedersburg took a very strong liking to Attica
so We decided to play them again the the Sectional.
The score of the game was 57 to 417 in favor of
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65 Cayuga 7 ,,7, 77 41
43 Willialiisport 7 ,,77,,, 42
86 Montezuma 7 77 47
38 Linden 7 7777 72
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64 Waynetown 7 77 73
61 Granville Wells 7777777 77.777 5 6
56 Covington 77777 777777 7 49
50 Hillsboro 7 7777777 55
66 Boswell 777777 7777 7 7 53
55 West Lebanon 7 7777 65
58 Richland Twp. 77777777777777777 777777 7 68
53 Wabash Valley l'AtticaJ 777777 777777. 5 6
53 Pine Village 7777777777777777 7777 777777 5 5
53 Attica 7777777777 777777 5 0
61 Perrysville 77777 777777 3 5
68 Kingman 777777 777777 4 0
62 Ambia 77777 7 77 7 77777 77777,77 7 7777777777777 7 58
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First r0W: Walter Tollleroh. Bob Pivkett, Dennic Manning, Leon Stonecipher. Second row: Mr.
Patterson, ,lim Hughes, Philo Wildman, Jack Stonebraker, Bill Starkey. Sam Foley. Mr. Williams.
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36 Montezuma ,,,, .,,,, 2 3
43 Linden ,,,,,, 7. ,,,,, 57
46 Slielburn ,,,,,..,, , ,,,,, 39
45 Waynetown ,,,,7,,7, ,,,,, 2 7
44 Granville Wells ,,,, . 39
27 Covington ,,7,,,,, ,,,,, 3 7
40 Hillsboro ,,,,,, , ,.,,, 33
63 Boswell ,,,,,, ,,,,,. ,,,,, 3 6
45 West Lebanon 19
28 Richland Twp. ,,,, A 26
41 Pine Village .. ,,,, 36
35 Attica ,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 1
52 Perrysville 7 , ,..,, 17
36 Kingman ,, ,,,,, 31
Beverly Helms, Camilla Mitchell, Marilyn Gross. 1
47 Covington ,,,,,,,, 36
28 Kingman 11
34 Wallace ,,,,,,, Yfzzfy 1 2
34 Covington ,,,,,, Kfyzf 3 8
36 'Coal Creek o,,, 9
344 West Lebanon ,,,, ,,,,, 1 7
30 Cayuga ,,,,,,,,,, frrfl 2 0
Nancy Southard, Myra Coings, Virginia Morehouse.
First row: Charles Hacker, Cary Brewer, Jan Baxter, Duane Dice, ,lack Hayman, Mr. Patterson,
Coach. Second row: Clark Ahrens, Stephen Byers, Paul Houk, Fred Vandiver, Henry Hess. Third
row: Robert Shidler, Jerry Brinkley, Phillip Grubhs, John Foley, Larry Dillon.
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28 Attica ,, ,77, 25
32 C'ville ,,,,,,,7,7 ,,,,7, 3 8
25 Covington ,,,oo Y,,,, , 41
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First row: Toni Linker, Mike Morehouse, ,lim McCutchen, Robin Fogleman, Merdith Shidler, Mr.
Patterson. Second row: Clatenee Keeling, Leland Philpott, Dennis Hughes, Gary Lucas, Charles
Walls. Third row: Earl Robbins, Dwight Gookins, Jay Kell, George Brown, Owen Keeling.
First row: Mr. Patterson, Russell Cooper, Sam
Foley, Terry Sandlin, Tom Booe. Second row:
Dennis Van Note, Glen Craig, Carl Keyes,
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First row: Tommy Wilson, Larry Reed, Leon Stonecipher, Walter Totheroh, Mr. Patterson. Second
row: Dennis Van Note, Jim Keeling, Clen Craig, Terry Sandlin, Tom Booe. Third row: Dean
Keeling, Ivan Trinkle, Jim Andrews, Bill Howard. Fourth row: Bill Starkey, Russell Cooper, Sam
Foley, Howard Fletcher, Carl Keyes, Dale Keeling.
Mr. Williams, Mr. Patterson
First row: Charles Holland, ,lim McClure. Second row: Tommy Wilson, Owen
Keeling, Joe Pickett.
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Junior Class Sponsor
English, Public Speech
Butler University, A.B.
,Iunior Class Sponsor
I.S.T.C., C.N.C., B.S.
J. FRED CATES
Senior Class Sponsor
I.S.T.C., B.S., M.S.
DR. ALVIN AHREN S
Superintendent, Band Director
Indiana University, B.P., S.M., M.A.
University of Wisconsin, Ph.D.
Mechanical Drawing, Shop
Student Council Sponsor
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Sunshine, Freshman Sponsor
Physical Education, Coach
Indiana University, B.S., M.S
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School Coach, Social Studies
Indiana Central, B.S.
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Senior Civics, 4-H Leader,
The Board of Education of the Veedersburg-Van Buren School Corporation is a
bipartisan board composed of five members. Two members are appointed by the
Town Board of Veedersburg and two are appointed by the Township Advisory Board,
the fifth person is the elected Township Trustee.
Our Board of Education is a policy forming group which formulates the budget
and establishes the curriculum to be offered.
We are pleased with their support of a sound program of Educational development
for the boys and girls of this School Corporation.
The reorganization of several school corporations in this area has been under
study and consideration this year by the Board.
We salute these members for their unselfish devotion to the greatest and most
important resource we have in America. The Boys and Girls!
DR. ALVIN W. AHRENS
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
Lloyd Dice, President William Madigan, Secretary
James Towell, Treasurer Sallie Starkey, Trustee
Harold McDonald, Member
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KENNETH DUANE PAYTON
Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Track 4, Athletic Club 2, 3, 4
Treasurer 3, Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4,
SONJA SUE SWITZER
National Honor Society 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum
Major 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirling Contest
1, 2, 3, Solo-Ensemble 3, 4, March-
ing Contest 1, 2, Band Contest 2,
3, 4, Band Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
State 3, Class Secretary 1, Student
Council 2, Vice President 4, Sun-
shine 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
District Choral Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choral Contest 2, 3, 4, C-V Show
1, 2, Varieties 3, Class Play 3, 4,
JANET FLOCKHART MARY RUTH VANDIVER
Brazil: Special Choir 1, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, TriaHi-Y 1, Dramatics
Club 1, Choral Festival 1, Play
Usher 1, 2, 3, Stunt Night 1,
Veedersburg: Secretary 4, Football
Queen 4, Class Play 4, Chorus 4,
Choral Festival 4.
Red Bank, Tennessee: Red Cross
1, 2, 3, Bible Club 2, 3, FHA 1,
2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Bank Staff 2, 3, Chorus 1, Veeders-
burg: Class Treasurer 4, Chorus
4, Choral Festival 4, Sunshine 4.
MARCIA SUSAN AHRENS
Band, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Festival 2,
3, 4, Dischords 2, 3, 4, Music Con-
test 3, 4, VHS Varieties 2, 3, 4,
Class Play 3, 4, C-V Show 2, 3,
Pep Club 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4,
SSS 2, 3, 4, NHS President 3, 4,
DAR Citizenship Award 4, DAR
History Award 3, Essay Contest 2,
3, 4, Girls' State 3, Class Vice
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ANITA LOUISE BLACKFORD MARY MARIE BoRsT
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Festival 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Girls' 2, Contest 2, 3, C-V Show 1,
2, VHS Varieties 2, 3, Class Play
3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, SC 2.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Festival 1, 2, 3
Girls' 1, Contest 2, 3, Messiah 2, 3,
CV Show 1, 2, VHS Varieties 1
3, 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Prompter 4.
JERRY VERN BRANDENBURG
Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Track 2, 3, Athletic Club 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, Officer 3, 4, King 2, Ana
nual Staff 2, 3, Play 4, Chorus 4,
GLEN WILLIAM CRAIG
Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 4,
Basketball 1, 2, Varieties 2, Play
4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD LEE CRAIG
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Play 3, 4, Basket
ROBERT BURNS COOPER LORETTA JEAN CRUMLEY LEE Roy DISMORE
6'Bob" "Letty" Hom
CIHSS Plat' 33 Ag Trip 3, 4- Senior Play Usher 4: Chorus 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, Ath-
Choralf Festival 1, 2.
letic Club 2, 3, Agriculture Judging
Team 3, Agriculture Trip 3, 4.
SANDRA JEAN FREGUSON
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Varieties 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4,
Festival 2, 3, Marching Contest 1,
2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3
4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Messiah 2, 3,
4, C-V Show 1, 2, Pep Club 4.
HOWARD NEWTON FLETCHER
Athletic Club 3, 4, President 4
King of Fall Festival 4, Football 4
Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Base-
ball 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4.
JANET KAY FRANKEBERGER
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4,
Festival 2, 3, Marching Contest 1, 2,
District Twirling Contest 2, 3, 4,
State Twirling Contest 3, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Con-
test 2, 3, 4, Dischords 2, 3, 4, Mes-
siah 2, 3, Solo-Ensemble Contest 4,
Pintus .Staff 3, Editor 4, Breeze
Staff 2, Senior Play 4, Varieties
2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Sunshine
Society 1, 2, 3, 4, DAR Runnerup
4, Betty Crocker Homemaker Award
4, Pep Club 4.
BEVERLY ANN GAYLER LYNNETTE GOODSON
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Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 49 VHS Varieties Class 3, 4g VHS Varieties 2, 3.
IRIS ANICE GOODWIN
Alabama: Ciftorian 1, Who's Who
1, Indiana: Play 3, Usher 4, VHS
Varieties 35 Chorus 3.
GEORGE ALLAN HARRIS LLOYD LOREN HARTLE
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 4, Play 4g Sound Director
Baseball 1, 2g Play 3, Athletic Play 3.
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
RONALD J. HOWARD
WILLIAM EVERETT HOWARD
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
2, Football 4, Athletic Club 2, 4,
President 3, Hi-Y 1, Vice President
2, 3, President 4, Annual Staff 2,
3, 4, Varieties 2, 3, Class Play 3,
4, Boys' State 3, NHS Treasurer
LARRY LEE HUGHES ARTHUR DALE KEELING
Student Council President 4, Na- Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Class 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
Play 3, 4. 3, Cross Country 2, Class Play 3.
KENNETH DEAN KEELING JAMES ROBERT KEELING CARL FRANCIS KEYES
uNiP,, "Jim" "Carl"
Class SCCTCUITY 23 Student Manager Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Athletic Club Secretary 4, Football
1, 33 Track 3- 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
2, 3, 4. 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4.
JANICE ELIZABETH LAYMAN
Yell Leader 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 4,
Contest 2, 3, SSS Vice President 1,
Secretary 2, Program Chairman 4,
Dischords 2, 3, 4, Choral Festival
1, 2, 3, State 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
CV Show 1, 2, Student Council 4,
Class Play 4, Messiah 2, 3.
DALE R. LINKER
DALLAS RAY MCDONALD
Basketball 1, 2, Athletic Club 2, Cross Country 2, Basketball 1,
Ag Trip 2, 3, 4, Ag Judging Varieties 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
NORMAN KEITH MANNING
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
Football 4, Ag Judging Team 3,
Ag Trips 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club
2, 3, 4.
RONALD DUANE MANNING
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Varieties 2, Athletic
Club 2, Track 2, Cross Country
2, Basketball 1, 2, Annual Staff
3, 4, Play 3, Ag Trip 4.
DONNA CAROLYN MITCHELL
SSS 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival
2, 3, 4, CV Show 1, 2, Dischords
2, 3, 4, VHS Varieties 1, 2, 3, 4,
Class Play 4, Class Reporter 4,
Secretary 3, Girls' State Alter-
DAVID WILLIAM MYERS MARY HELEN NICKLE LoUIs MANLY PATTON
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Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Kingman: Junior Play Usher, Com-
Comest 1, 2, 3, 4, Stare Choral' mercial: Home Economics 1, 2-
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treas-
urer 3, CV Show 1, 2, Marching
Contest 1, 2, Football 4, Boys'
State 3, Class, Plays 3, 4, Solo-
Ensemhle Contest 3, 4.
Veedersburg: Senior Play Usher.
JOE DARRYLL PICKETT
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Mana-
ger 4, Athletic Club 3, 4.
DALLAS J. PONDER
Basketball 1, 2, Varieties 2, 3, Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Class Plays 3, 4, Athletic
Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, 3,
Hi-Y Secretary 4, Agriculture Trip
3, 4, Agriculture Judging Team
2, 3, 4.
MARGARET LOUISE PRITCHARD
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3,
4, Contest 2, 3, 4, State Festival 4,
Dischords 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4-,Marching Con-
test 1, 2, District Solo-Ensemble
Contest 1, 3, 4, State Solo-Ensemble
Contest 3, Student Council 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Sunshine Society
1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Pres-
LARRY LEE REED
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Chorus 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, VHS
Varieties 3, 4, Plays 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Agriculture Trip 3, 4, Ag-
riculture Judging Team 1, 2, 3, Ath-
letic Club 2, 3, 4.
GWENDOLYN JEAN STEFFY
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Contest 1, 2, Festival 2, 3,
4, District Twirling Contest 1, 2,
3, 4, State Twirling Contest 3, Cho-
rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4, Dis-
chords 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1,
Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Festival 1, 2, 3,
4, Messiah 2, 3, 4, Varieties 1, 2,
3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Business
Manager 4, Queen 3, Class Treas-
urer 3, SSS 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4,
Class Play 4, C-V Show 1, 2, Girls'
State Alternate 3, Runnerup for
DAR Citizenship Award 4, Pep
Club 4, National Honor Society 4.
PATRICIA MARILYN SUMMERS
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Con-
test 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival
1, 2, 3, Contest 2, 3, Messiah 2, 3,
4, C-V Show 1, 2, Vocal Contest 3,
Play 3, 4, Varieties 3, 4, Annual
Staff 4, Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 4, Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Grade
School Editor 4, Commercial 1, 2,
3, 4, Home Economics 1, 3, Usher 3,
NANCY ELLEN TORNQUIST
GORDON DALE VAN DORN
Chorus 1, 2, 4, Choral Festival 1, T""Class Treasurer 2.
2, 4, C-V Show 1, 2, Senior Play
ORDELLA KATHLEEN WALL
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Contest
1, 2, 3, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival
2, District Twirling Contest 1, 2, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4,
CV Show 1, 2, VHS Varieties 1, 3,
4, Play Usher 4, SSS 1, 2, 3, 4,
Annual Staff 4.
MARY T. WHISLER Seniors who have come and gone
Chorus 2, 3, -4g Festival 2, 3, 4g
State Festival 45 Contest 2, 3, 43
CV Show 2g Varieties 2, 3g Stu-
dent Council 4g Queen Candidate 45
Class Play 43 Sunshine Society 4.
-Well, gang, here goes for the last time.
This is our farewell. Say, and we're not fool-
ing when we tell you that we hate to quit.
We want to add that we have learned much
and have had plenty of fun. Thatis not all
tonky-talk either, about the enjoyment We got
at Veedershurg High. Sincerely, folks, we sure
hate to stop-hut such is life.
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TEN DAY TOUR OF WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, NIAGRA FALLS,
CANADA AND DETROIT
First day-Leave Veedersburg early Sunday morning May 20. Follow U. S. 40
from Indianapolis through Richmond, Columbus, Ohio, and the West Virginia
Panhandle Section to Pittsburgh and overnight at the Hotel Sherwyn or the Hotel
Second day - Travel on famous Pennsylvania Turnpike. Beautiful scenery in
Allegheny Mountains. Will tour the Gettysburg battlefield with an official guide.
Frederick, Maryland and on to Washington, D.C. Drive past many embassies on way
to hotel. Will stay at the Franklin Park Hotel.
Third and fourth days - In and around Washington. Will visit the Bureau of
Printing, the Capitol, our Congresswoman, the Washington Monument, the Supreme
Court building, the White House, Tomb of the unknown soldier to see the changing
of the guard, Arlington Cemetery, the Lee Mansion, lwo Jima Monument, Lincoln
and Jefferson Memorials in tidal basin, FBI building, and out past the Washington
airport to the group for approximately 31 per person.
Fifth day - We leave Vifashington this morning via U. S. No. I to Baltimore,
the city of white steps. Cross the Susquehanna River and on to Philadelphia, where
we visit Independence Hall, see the Liberty Bell and Congress Hall. We drive past
Benjamin Franklin's grave and the Betsy Ross House and cross the Delaware River
into New Jersey. We follow the New Jersey Turnpike and enter New York City via
the Lincoln Tunnel. Will stay at the Hotel Claridge on Times Square.
Sixth day - An entire day will be spent on a tour conducted by Gray Line Tours.
We will visit Chinatown, the Bowery, The Statue of Liberty, lower and upper
Manhattan, St. Johnis Cathedral and finish the tour at the United Nations with a
guided tour of the Building.
Seventh day - A three hour cruise will be taken around Manhattan this morning.
A visit to the top of the Empire State Building will follow and the rest of the day
will be free to visit Macy,s, Gimbel's and Saks, attend a ball game or other activities.
A tour of Radio City and a visit to Radio City Music Hall to see the famed Rockettes
will be arranged. It will be possible to see a Broadway play, if desired. It may be
arranged to attend a TV Show.
Eighth day - Leave New York via the George Washington Bridge, travel the
new throughway just opened this year to Albany and Buffalo and on to Niagara
Falls, where we will stay at the Hotel Niagara or Henry Hubbs Hotel. A stop can be
made at West Point Military Academy. We will see the Falls beautifully illuminated
Ninth day - Will sightsee at the Falls and vicinity, one of the foremost beauty
spots of America. Cross Rainbow Bridge into Canada and continue to Detroit. Will
stay at the Hotel Tuller.
Tenth day -- Will visit Greenfield Village and the Ford Museum, and tour the
Ford, River Rouge Plant to see engines and cars assembled. Will eat lunch at the
Willow Run Airport and start for home. Should arrive early evening.
As Seniors, Mr. Cates, we are grateful for your help
in all that you have done for us, and as the poet has once
said, "When our connection with the school has ended,
and the vase has been broken, the scent of the roses will
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MARCIA AHRENS, my old coat to anyone in memory of Margaret Pritchard.
ANITA BLACKFORD, my seat in art class to anyone who wants to be another Rembrandt.
MARY BORST, my ability to get a seat on the first row of every class to anyone whose
name begins with B.
JERRY BRANDENBURG, my funny laugh to Jerry Kelley.
GLEN CRAIG, my position and talent as Art Editor on the annual staff to Cindy Harrison.
RICHARD CRAIG, my parts in the class plays to anyone who can act.
ROBERT COOPER, my farm to Lawrence Verhey.
LORETTA CRUMLEY, my silly laugh to Janet Florey.
LLOYD CUMMINGS, the front seat in Mr. Williams Bookkeeping class to those who don't
like to talk.
LEE ROY DISMORE, my ability of watching for the teacher while my buddies sleep
to Clarence Keeling.
SANDRA FERGUSON, my place as majorette to Camilla Mitchell providing she's up
HOWARD FLETCHER, my ability to jump hurdles to anyone who likes to skin up his
JANET FLOCKHART, my place as Senior Class Secretary to Janice Kelley.
JANET FRANKEBERGER, my position as majorette to Susan Towell, providing she keeps
BEVERLY GAYLER, my Physics book to anyone who can understand it.
LYNNE GOODSON, my ability to tell jokes in Civics class to anyone who can keep them
IRIS GOODWIN, my ability to retain my southern accent while living in Indiana to LaNell
ALLAN HARRIS, my good sportsmanship to any budding athlete.
RONALD HOWARD, my seat in Chatt's assembly to anyone who likes to talk.
BILL HOWARD, my good times at VHS the past four years to the lucky eighth graders.
LARRY HUGHES, my old rattly Ford to anyone who wants to repair it.
DA'LE KEELING, my quiet and bashful ways to my cousin, Boze.
DEAN KEELING, my ability to keep my classring to my sister Sharrold.
LLOYD HARTLE, my driving ability to David Lightle.
JAMES KEELING, my ability to be quiet to anyone who likes to talk when they shouldn't.
CARL KEYES, my place on the football team to Dick Keeling.
JANICE LAYMAN, my sousaphone to Benny Ludlow, providing he doesnit puff out his
NORMAN MANNING, my seat and sleeping ability in the study hall to any Junior who
can get away with it.
RONNIE MANNING, my car to my brother, Dennie, providing he can keep it running.
DONNA MITCHELL, my knowledge that George Washington cut down the cherry tree to
Hazel Hess who thought Abraham Lincoln did.
DAVID MYERS, my ability to get up at 8 p.m. and be at school on time to anyone who
is fortunate to live across the street from the schoolhouse.
MARY NICKLE, my place in bookkeeping to Martha English providing she is a good
MANLY PATTON, my mischief to David Lightle.
DALLAS McDONALD, my ability to work hard and never laugh in class to Jerry Kelly.
DALE LINKER, my ability to sleep during school to Ivan Trinkle while the teachers say
DUANE PAYTON, my quartegback position to anyone who likes to guess.
JOE PICKETT, my dreams of Jean H. to Bob Pickett and his dreams of Virginia M.
DALLAS PONDER, my ability of going steady with a Freshman girl to David Lightle
when he's a Senior.
MARGARET PRITCHARD, my books to my brother Paul, providing he uses them more
than I did.
LARRY REED, my ability to foul out in less than a quarter to Sam Foley.
GWEN STEFFY, my position as majorette to my sister Ramona, providing she practices
PATSY SUMMERS, my bass drum to Jill,Wall and I hope she has as much fun as I did.
SONJA SWITZER, my position as drum majorette to anyone with patience and energy.
NANCY TORNQUIST, my place in Physics class to Loraine Goodwin, providing she gets as
much out of it as I did.
MARY RUTH VANDIVER, my southern accent to Judy Campbell who uses it as much
as I do.
DALE VAN DORN, my seat in driver training to Bobo.
ORDELLA WALL, my seat in Health to Jerry Jean Providing he studies harder than I did.
MARY WHISLER, my 100 watt porch light bulb to be used for the excuse "There's school
tomorrow," to Judy Campbell.
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Ghost Written By Cynthia Harrison
As I was reading the "Cooper Gazette" editor
Robert Cooper, I noticed the large headlines, Marcia
Ahrens was to star in the opera Carmen. She has
done very well for herself since '56. These headlines
made me start wondering about the rest of my class-
I then realized that it was getting late, so I fin-
ished my coffee and started for work. As I was
walking it seemed that I was being shoved, then I
saw what all the fuss was about. Three of my old
classmates, Dean, Dale and Jim Keeling, were hand-
ing out autographs. When the crowd had moved
away I tugged at Dean's sleeve, and asked what all
the commotion was about. He explained that Dale
and Jim were now famous Pro-basketball stars and
were known the world over.
As I turned the corner I saw a gleaming '59
Chevrolet and a glamorous '59 Oldsmobile pull up
to the curb, and Lee Roy Dismore, Larry Reed,
and Allan Harris get out and start an argument
over whose car would go the fastest as they had
in '56, I called to them and they immediately came
to me. I asked them where in the world they had
found the money to buy such cars. Lee Roy said
Larry and he had just won the 500 mile race to
prove how fast a Chevie could run. This statement
disgusted Allan since he had just won the European
Races with his ,98 Oldsmobile, so again the argument
began. It looked as though they might go on the
rest of the day, so I asked them to come into the
"Vandiver-Layman" Hotel for a cup of Java. As we
were talking of bygone days, I saw someone familiar,
of course it was Janice and Mary Ruth. Both had
been very successful in the hotel business and were
very happy. Mary Ruth had just started classes
teaching the "Yankees', the "Southern Drawl," while
Janny took care of the menus. She insisted that I
try one of her "Superb Layman Cakesf,
After eating my cake I then start on my way. No
sooner had I reached the street when I ran into
Mary Whisler. She had changed a lot especially for
her French accent. She said that she was now a
French hair stylist, and had just started the new
fad of the "Poodle Ponytailf' The topic of the con-
versation then changed, and she asked me if I had
seen the V.H.S. Quartet. I told her no, so she went
on to expalin that Mary Borst, Donna Mitchell,
Anita Blackford, and Ordella Wall had the number
one song on the Hit Parade of "Hiya Handsome."
I hadn't taken more than three steps when I
heard familiar voices calling my name. I turned
around and saw none other than Norman Manning,
Carl Keyes, and Dallas McDonald. They explained
that they were now in the Ford car business. They
went on to say that they were also married to the
former Iris Goodwin, Nancy Tornquist, and Beverly
As I continued I met Bill Howard and his charm-
ing wife, the former Gwen Steffy. Bill told me that
they were just on a short vacation. Bill said that he
coached the Purdue football team, and that they
were happy after winning the Rose Bowl Game.
As I started across the street I saw a large sign
reading, Janet Flockhart starring in "Conga', as
Carmen Miranda. I saw her handing out autographs
with her manager Larry Hughes. I couldn't get a
chance to talk to them, but they looked as they had
Down the street I could hear the drum beat, and at
first I couldn't believe my eyes, but it was true,
Sonja Switzer, leading the New York Marching Band.
She saw me and smiled her famous V.H.S. smile
and waved. Behind came none other than Dale Van
Dorn, Ronnie Howard, and Lynn Goodson, on their
new "Jet Pro-Pelled Motorcycles." They were fol-
lowed by the Ferguson-Frankeberger Majorettes, led
by Janet Frankeberger, and Sandra Ferguson.
My stomach was beginning to growl so I headed
toward the nearest ice cream stand. I thought my
eyes were playing tricks on me, but it was true,
Ronnie Manning was behind the counter. He ex-
plained that he now owned "Hazel Freeze" all over
the United States. We had a long talk over bygone
days, and he asked me if I had seen Glen Craig's
painting exhibits at the art gallery. I told him no,
so he closed up shop and we started on our way.
On the way we met David Myers, and he explained
that he was now president of the Myers Clothing
Stores, and they were famous all over the world.
As we crossed the street we saw one of Manley
Patton's many '6Mobile Gas Stationsf, Ronnie said
that Manley had done very well for himself and
was also married to the former Patsy Summers.
When we entered the art gallery our breath was
taken away by the beautiful architecture. David
told us that Lloyd Hartle, and Jerry Brandenburg
had done the beautiful work. We were also told that
Mary Nickle of "Nickle Fashion Home, Inc." had
made and designed the tapestries.
Much to our surprise we saw Howard Fletcher and
his lovely wife, the former Margaret Pritchard. We
hailed them and they came over. Howard said that
he was to open on Broadway the following evening
as Uncle Tom. He was taken to Hollywood right
after the Senior Play. It seems that he was needed
to play the parts of negro rolls. Margaret usually
teaches kindergarten in California, plus keeping a
happy home for Howard and her three identical red-
Then we started toward Glen,s office. He was busy
but eager to see some of his old classmates. He
mentioned that Richard was now a minister in our
old home town and also had a wife.
As we were saying good-bye Joe Pickett came up
with his'wife, the former Loretta Crumbly. Joe told
us about the many medals he was wearing and that
he wasn't being bossed around any more because he
was a General in the Army.
I then explained that I must be going, and as
I started to leave and walk toward the door whom
should I meet but Duane Payton and Dale Linker.
They stopped and told me to stop by one of their
many "Super Stores." It seems that Duane does the
bookwork while Dale takes care of the vegetables,
especially the potatoes.
I then excused myself and started on my way again.
I began to think over the happenings of the day.
Then like a flash my mind came back to reality.
I knew that I'd have plenty of work to catch up on
tomorrow, after all it's not an easy task being the
president of General Motors.
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Hunt, William Powell, Lloyd Turpin, Dennis Brewer, Bobby Thomas, Ricky Joe Booe. Second row:
Gregory McPherson, Mike Strean, Karen McDuffie, Donald Hegg, Gale Boggs, Roselyn Bunnell,
Kenneth Neeley, Leila Thomas, Kenneth Gross. Third row: Mrs. Gilkey, Lynette Rusk, Clara Sever,
Mike Nelson, Shanon Richey, Sherry Lindquist, Christy Ballah, Fred Lowery, Mary Keeling, Stella
Lowery. Absent: Charles Minnick.
First row: Linda Dobbs, Donna Sheets, Stephen McLean, Jacqueline McCutchan, Ellen Forkner,
Barbee Coats, Sharon Gosnell, Paula Sever, Dick Mullen, Steven Dodson, James Beatty. Second
row: Diana Arlington, Sherry Smith, Roger Trinkle, George Pendry, Kerry Mornout, Cole Shoal,
Gerry Smith, Danny Brewer, Steven Holmes. Third row: Donny Manasco, Marcia MacPerson, Peggy
Lee, Judy Cloud, Gloria Francis, Claudia Williams, Buddy Lindquist, Chris Ferguson, Rutherford
Shannon, Gordon Douglas, Roger Himes, Shirley Shannon. Fourth row: Miss Wilkinson, Bobby
Warrick, Harlan Brown, Randy Lindquist, Pauline Hoover, Dennis Odle, Freddie McCollum, Bobby
York, Michael Ludlow, Michael Gould.
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Warick, Charles Turpin, Dennis Lindamood, Floyd Kester, Dick Griffin. Second row: Phillip Har-
ris, Richard Merrill, Pamela Dillion, Roger Lightle, Jane Grady, Teddy Odle, Melody Robinson,
Vera Cummings, Betty Lee. Third row: James Van Dorn, Mary Lou Lightle, Charla Crubbs, Marcia
Bone, Elaine Bass, Marilyn Clark, Kim McDonald, William Harrison, Richard Craig, Glenda Claw-
son, Karen Newnum. Fourth row: Mrs. Patterson, Rebecca Ratcliff, Joyce Greer, William Bennett,
Reta Horton, Regina Brewer, Alice Forkner. Absent: James Douglas, Diana Houser, Bonnie Craig.
First row: Gary Linker, Bobbie Richey, Charles Underwood, Carl Cookins, Leroy Lindquist, Jimmy
Evans, Frankie Joe Steffy, Gary Ludlow, Teddy Coodson. Second row: Betty McDuffie, Dianna
Sheets, Denise Smith, Delayne Ratcliff, Karen Whitaker, Rita Douglas, Doris Crimes, Margie
Curry, Judy Griffin. Third row: Jeri Lee Furr, Bobby Dodson, Suzanne Pendry, Pamela Pearson,
Pamela Hering, Patricia Eaton., James Brown, Brucella Helton, Sharon Clark, John Bilstal, Marietta
Fogleman. Fourth row: Mrs. Reid, Larry York, Jimmie Brown, Marcia Day, Tanzy Froedge, Bobby
Williams, Vicki Reynolds, Bruce Mills.
First row: Billy Lindquist, Jerry Walters, Michael Linker, Michael Vandiver, Michael Mitchell,
Melvin Pickett, Edward Hunt, Freddie Bentley, Chris Haas, Charles Stonebraker. Second row:
Pamela Borst, David Hayes, Patricia Smith, Gaye King, Marilyn Booe, Donna Riess, Janice Thomas,
Gaye Francis, Carol Alston, Carroll Clawson. Third row: Sharon Harris, Sandra McDonald, Sandra
Keeling, Mitzi Switzer, Bonnie Reynolds, Rosalie Graham, Norma Billingsley, Judith Wilson, Joan
Van Note, Sharon Stahl. Fourth row: Charles Borst, Gary Walters, Larry Warrick, Kenneth Brad-
bury, Edgar Bradbury, Leslie Crowder, Tony Arrigo, Tommy Foley, Bobby Thomas.
Fist row: Tommy Harrison, Junior Walters, Robert Riess, James Bowers, Jack Robbins, Lorin Haas,
Kenneth Manasco, Robert Fishero, Mike Keeling. Second row: Patty Beatty, Carol Coodson, Sharon
Krout, Susan Baxter, Sharyl Stahl, Barbara Cummings, Freda Lee, Sharon Dillon, Jill Hershberger,
Diane Wilmarth. Third row: Teacher Mrs. Dora Campbell, Larry Turpin, David Enlow, Stephen
Parham, Larry Frazee, Donald Hughes, Ernest Grubb, Larry Furr, Joe Gubbs, Robert Jackson,
Douglas Clouse. Absent: Donald Douglas.
First row: David Wilson, Dick Lokey, George Brinkley, Kenneth Southard, Marion Howard, Sammy
Mitton, Harold Hatch, Steven Dice, David Butts, Tim Preston, Bill Songer, Jerry Goings. Second
row: Nancy Joe Rennison, Sandy Dice, Sherry Powers, Carol Hutchison, Gloria Haas, Carolyn Neff,
Sherry Eudy, Brooky Groce, Betty Funk, Mariam Irwin, Kay Smith, Tom Fletcher. Third row: Judy
Cosby, Sally Ann Liechty, Sally Jo Nixon, Suzie Coffing, Suzanne Dockins, Clenna Layman, Janice
Dark, Nancy Gorman, Judy Shideler, Rhonda Smith, Nelda Byers, Carol Rogers, Mrs. Williams.
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First row: Bill Brinkley, John Preston, Larry Dockins, Stephen Songer, Forrest Goings, Billy Over-
beck, Jack Carey, Richard Booe, Kenneth Smith, Buddy Gorman, Ronald Goodwin. Second row!
Rachel Newman, Ellen Butts, Marie Stembaugh, Carol Learnard, Sonia Swafford, Martha Stem-
baugh, Leah Olds, Deanna Williamson, Charlotte Keeling, Robert Hatch, Gary Rogers, Kay Byers.
Third row: Darlene Lokey, Larry Byers, Donald Carey, John Merrill, Jim Hershberger, Phillip
Butts, Deborah Rhodes, Francis Fletcher, Jim Marquess.
First row: Donny Ingram, George Williamson, Buddy Mitton, Larry Rogers, Tommy Stockdale,
Donnie Dice, Charles Short, Teddy Hacker. Second row: Joyce Dark, Minella Carey, Jane Dice,
Regina Fletcher, Rebecca Byers, Cynthia Hutchison, Linda Morehouse, Marsha Hancock. Third
row: Penny Coffing, Cheryl Owens, Linda Dunivan, Kerry Nickle, Diane Hasselbring, Billy Dockins,
Carol Stemhaugh, Mrs. Howard.
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First row: Raymond Epperson, Ricky Keith, Terri Sue Biddle, Gene Watts, Terry Wilson, Elizabeth
Edwards, Judy Mitton, Craig Newman, Dickie Crider, Shirley Sutton. Second row: Jeff Leas, Karen
Calloway, Larry Cox, Larry McCann, Eugenia Croce, Barbara Black, Flora Cox, Carolyn Robbins,
Billy Madigan, Norma Jean Strickler. Absent: Stephen Hampton, Alexis Brimberry.
First row: Patricia Scott, Alicia Mclflivee, Kathy Calloway, Donna ,lean Crider, Charlene Hancock,
He-len Minick, Bea Kaye Cox, Vicki Lynn Hoagland, Larry Dale Young. Second row: Richard Perry,
Richard Minick, James Keith, Dale Pitzer, Jerry Mcllllivee, Jimmy Hancock, Cary Biddle, Larry
Dale Weber, Billy Shelby, Mrs. Snyder. Absent: Linda Lu Milton.
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Clawson, Donna Young, Sandra Minick, Kay Tubbs, Dickie Mitton. Second row: Carolyn Beaver,
Carolyn Totheroh, Peggy Leas, Alberta Hunter, Alberta Cooper, Carolyn Broce, Larry Robbins,
Ronnie Hancock, Mrs. Carter.
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BELTON CANDY COMPANY
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BUCKLEY NEWS CO.
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