Veedersburg High School - Pintus Yearbook (Veedersburg, IN)
- Class of 1957
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JUDY CAMPBELL . . ..... Editor
KITTY SOUTHARD . . . Assistant Editor
SHARROLD KEELING. . . Business Manager
PHILO WILDMAN . . . Business Manager
BERTA RUTH MITCHELL ..a. Copy Editor
HAZEL HESS .... . . Copy Editor
TOM BOOE .... . . Sports Editor
DARYEL TOWNSEND .... Sports Editor
LEON STONECIPHER ..... Sports Editor
ROSEMARY MOREHOUSE ., Grade School Editor
CYNTHIA HARRISON ..... Art Editor
BEN CABLE ......... Art Editor
JILL WALL ...... Photography Editor
JIM ANDREWS ..... Photography Editor
JANE MYERS . . Assistant Photography Editor
MARY GOINGS ........ Typist
BARBARA GEORGE ....... Typist
RAMONA STEFFY . . . . Typist
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We affectionately dedicate our l956-57 Pintus to
Reverend R. Donald Weaver, minister, counsler, and
Reverend R. Donald Weaver
"Faithful and upright through all our days,
A wonderful character in all his ways."
To thinking and unthinking alike, our school is grateful and thankful to the Divine
Providence for the example set for us by our friend and beloved school companion, "Rusty"
Jenks. lt is not often we are privileged to witness the spirit of a real champion possessing
great courage, a wonderful spirit, and a matchless outlook. "Rusty" has inspired us all by
his tireless battle against the ravages ofa physical ailment, making us forget our own
We know him to be sincere in work, in play, and in friendship. His personality, quiet
in manner, has made him an object of love and respect. He is a good thinker, intensely
practical, genial, honest, and straightforward in all his relations.
Our beloved school wishes to express our tribute with the word of the poet Bailey in
"Festus . "
Indeed, we live in deeds, not years:
ln thoughts, not breaths:
In feelings, not in figures on a dial.
We should count time by heart throbs.
He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.
We have learned these things from you and in our yearbook we want you to know it.
"Rusty" we are grateful.
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Vic e- President
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SALLIE STARKEY WILLIAM MADIGAN
Trustee 5 Member
DR. ALVIN AHRENS KATHRYN BESSELL HERMAN SPENCER
Supgflntenqem , School Secretary Principal
Indiana University . W
B. PM S. MH M. A- A Industrial Arts
University of Wisconsin, P. H. D.
I.S.T.C., B.S., M.S.
Butler University, A. B.
English, Public Speech
GLADYS WEIR JAMES CHATT WILMA FISHER
Hanover College, A. B. Purdue, B. S. I. S. T. C., C. N. C., B S N
Indiana University Senior Civics, 4-H Leader Art
Latin, English .
Indiana Central, B. S.
Junior High Coach
Assistant High School Coach
Manchester, A. B.
Purdue, B. S.
Commerce and English
U. C. L. A.
University of Pittsburgh
Moser Secretarial School
I. S. T. C.
Purdue, B. S.
l. S. T. C. , M. S.
Biology, Social Studies
Purdue University, B.S.
Vocational Home Economics
Indiana University, B. S. .
Physical Education, Coach
Commerce, Driver Education
COLINETTE E. RICHARDSON
Canterbury College, A.B.
Second flnnual Senior: 'Jnip
High school days are over for the class of I957, but we still have ten more days to enioy the
companionship of our classmates and thrill to many of the beautiful and interesting sights in our
Nation 's Capital and the East. This is an experience which will always be cherished and is a
fitting climax to formal education for an understanding and deserving Senior Class.
Forty one seniors and Sponsors will board an air-conditioned air ride bus early Saturday Morning
May 25. The first day will be spent traveling through Indiana and Ohio, stopping at a beautiful
Park in Columbus, Ohio for a picnic dinner. Pittsburg will be reached in early evening and the
night will be spent at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Just outside Pittsburg we will reach the famed Pennsylvania Turnpike and will travel through scenic
Allegheny Mountain country and pass through seven tunnels. After lunch at Carlisle, a tour of the
Gettysburg Battlefield will be made and we will enter Washington going down "Embassy Row" on
the way to'the Franklin Park Hotel which will be home for three nights.
Washington is known as the city of "Magnificent Distances." Visits will be made to the Capitol,
the White House, Smithsonian Institute, The FBI, Supreme Court, Congressional Library, Arlington
Cemetary, Washington, Lincoln, and Jefferson Memorials and other points of interest. A trip will
be made to Mount Vernon and a Moonlight Cruise on the Potomac will be taken Monday Night.
Wednesday morning our Bus will head for New York with stops at Baltimore and Independence
Hall in Philadelphia, which is being renovated. The original Liberty Bell may be seen here.
Beniamin Franklin is buried nearby. We will reach New York in time to visit the top of the
Empire State Building, the tallest in the world.
Wednesday night we attend the play "Most Happy Fella. " Thursday is Memorial Day and the class
will attend the Giants-Philadelphia Double-header and take asightseeingcruise around Manhattan.
Friday will be spent with Gray Line, touring the city, visiting the Statue of Liberty, and the
United Nations, followed by a visit to Radio City Music Hall to see the famed "Rockettes"l
Saturday we will travel up the beautiful Hudson and Mowhawk Valleys past Hyde Park, West Point,
and Albany as we proceed to Niagara Falls. One of the highlights at Niagara will be the brilliant
illumination of the falls at night. On Sunday, we cross the Rainbow Bridge into Canada, visit the
Falls area, Well, and Canal and proceed to Detroit. Canadian farms and tobacco fields will flank
the way. We will spend our last night at the classy Hotel Tuller. f
Monday will find us visiting Ford's River Rouge plant, the Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
before heading for Good Old Indiana. The Class will by now have become seasoned travelers and
will be almost as fresh upon arrival in Veedersburg as when leaving. This will be a never to be
forgotten experience and many times each of the group will look back with fond memories to these
last ten days before our varied interests and activities began to take us down divergent paths of
life. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to all those who helped make this wonderful trip possible
ELEANOR LEE MINNICK WILLIAM EVERETT STARKEY
Class President 4, Class Treasurer Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3.4,
2, 3, Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 2,
Treasurer 4, Latin Club 4, Press Club Athletic Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council
4, Secretary, Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, Class President 3, Class Vice-
1, 2, 4, Festival 1, 2, 4, Contest 1, 2, President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President
C-V Show 1, D. A.R. History Award 3, President 4, National Honor Society
3, Junior Play 3, V. H.S. Varieties 4, Annual Staff 3, V. H. S. Varieties
1, 2. 1, 2.
MARY LOUISE GOINGS
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff
4, Vice-President 4, Class President
1, Vice President 3, Secretary 4,
C-V Show 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, District
Choral Festival 2, 3, 4, State 4,
Choral Festival 4, Dischords 3, 4,
Band 2, 4, Festival 2, 4, Contest 3,
Solo Ensemble Contest 3, Sunshine
Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 4, Class
Play 3, V. H. S. Varieties 2.
JUDITH NELL CAMPBELL
Honor Society 4, Sunshine Society
1, 2, 3, 4, Correspondent Secretary 3,
Annual 3, 4, Editor 4, Pep Club 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, V. H. S
Varieties 2, Hoosier Girl State,
D. A. R. Good Citizen Award,
Dischords 4, Band Contest Choral
Contest C-V Show 1, 2.
JAMES HOWARD ANDREWS
National Honor Society 3,
Vice President 4, Student
Council 3, Hi -Y 1, 2, 3, 4,
Annual staff 3, 4, Athletic
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Class Agricul-
ture Club, Vice-President 4,
V. A. C. Secretary 4, Agri-
culture Judging 3, 4, Agricul-
ture Trip 4.
JACK G. BERLIN
" Buzz "
Basketball 1, Athletic Club
1, Agriculture Club 4, Fresh-
man Play 1.
THOMAS WILLIAM BOOE
Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
1, 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross
Country 3, Football 4, Stu-
dent Council 4, Athletic
Club 2, 3, Vice President 3,
Junior Play 3, V. H. S.
FREADA GAIL BYERS BENJAMIN EUGENE CABLE DAVID LEE CUSHMAN
"Freddie" "Beni" "Cushie"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, River Side Brookfield High Hi-Y 2, 3, Basketball 1,
3, 4, Band Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, School 1, 2, 3, Talent Show 3, Junior Play 3, Athletic Club
C. V. Show 1, Press Club 3, 4, Veedersburg 4, Annual Staff, 1, Varieties 2, Land Judging.
Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Agriculture Club, Hi-Y,
and Ensemble Contest 3, 4, Press Club.
State Contest 3, Chorus
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
Marching Contest 1, 2, 3.
GEORGE EDWARD DOBBS JANET JOAN FLOREY ORA GENE FOGLEMAN
" George " " Joan " " Fogo"
Chorus 1, 2, Choral Festival Junior Class Play 3. Basketball 1, Track 2,
1.2, District Choral Festival Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Press
1, 2. Club 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4,
Agriculture Trip 4, Land
Judging Team 4, Football
3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Junior
Class Play, V. H. S. Varieties
ELVIN SAMUEL FOLEY BARBARA JOAN GEORGE CAROLYN SUE HANCOCK
"Sam" "Barbie" "Carol"
Cross Country 2, 3.4, Track Kingmen 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Sunshine 3, 4, Press Club 4,
2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Play Choral Festival 1, 2, Veeders- Junior Play, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
3, Baseball, Athletic Club. burg 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Choral Festival 2, 3, 4,
latin Club 4. Choral Contest 2, 3.
JUANITA FERN HANCOCK JANET LEE HERSHBERGER
" Chubbins "
Chorus 3, 4, Varieties 1,
Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dischords 4, Press Club 4,
Reporter, Pep Club 3, 4, Class
Play 3, 4, Commercial 2, 3, 4,
C-V Show 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, March-
ing Contest 1, 2, District Solo
Contest 2, 3, 4, Ensemble
Contest 3, 4, State Contest,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Varieties 1.
HAZEL ELLEN HESS "Haz"
National Honor Society 2, 3,
4, Secretary 4, Cheerleader
1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2,
Class Treasurer 1, Annual
Staff 2, 3, 4, Sunshine Society
1, 2, 3, 4, Dischords 2, 3.4,
Class Play 3, Varieties 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2,
3, 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, March-
ing Contest 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Con-
test 1, 2, 3, 4, State Festival
3, Solo Ensemble Contest
3, 4, State Contest 3, C-V
Show 1, 2.
SHARROLD JEAN KEELING
Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council Treasurer
3, 4, Class Secretary 1,
C-V Show 1, Junior Play 3,
Annual Staff 3, Business
Manager 4, Chorus 1.2,
Festival 1, 2, Contest 1, 2,
Pep Club 3, 4.
JANICE LOU KELLEY
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Contest
1, 2, 3, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sunshine 3, 4, Class Play 3,
V. H. S. Varieties 2, C-V
Show 1, Press Club Treasurer
4, Class Secretary 3.
JERRY OWEN KELLEY
Junior Class Play 3, Varieties
1, Agriculture Trip, Agri-
culture Judging Team 4.
Press Club 4, Junior Play,
Technical Staff 3.
BERTA RUTH MITCHELL "Boots" HAROLD ANGUS MINICK
Band 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 4,
Contest 2, 3, 4, Marching
Contest 2, Dis. Solo Ensemble
2, 3, 4, Student Solo-Ensemble
3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival
1, 2, 3, 4, Student Festival
1, 2, 3, 4, Dischords 1, 2, 3, 4,
C-V Show 1, Honor Society
2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, S. S. S. 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 2, V. P. 3,
Pres. 4, Latin Sec 4, Queen
4, Girl St. 3, Student Council
2, Annual Staff 3, 4, Pep Club
3, 4, Class Plays Varieties 1, 2, 3.
Agriculture Club 3, 4, Junior
Play 3, Agriculture Trip 4,
ROSEMARY MOREHOUSE JOHN ROBERT OLDS GLENDA LOU RHODES
"Rosie" "John" "Glenda"
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Class Play, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2,
3, 4, Contest 2, 3, 4, Ensemble Pep Club 3. 3, 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, March-
Contest 2, 3, 4, Marching
Contest 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, State
Festival 4, Contest 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dischords 4, C-V Show 1,
Sunshine 1, 2, 3, 4, Correspond-
ent Secretary 2, Junior Play
3, Annual Staff 3, 4.
ing Contest 1, 2, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Festival 4, Contest
1, 2, 3, 4, Dischords 4, Solo
Ensemble Contest 1, 2, C-V
Show 1, S. S. S. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Latin Club 4, Press Club 4,
Pep Club 4.
DAVID GARRETT RUSK LAVON RAY STAHL RAMONA CARLENE STEFFY
"Jake" "Lavon" "MOHiC"
Hi-Y 1.2, 3, 4g Baseball 1,2, Agriculture Club. Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4:,Drum
3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g MHJOF 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 43 Con-
Football 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, test 1. 2. 3. 4: State 3.4:
4, Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Contest 1, 2g Chorus
Agriculture Club 4, Secretary 1. 2. 3. 4: Contest 1. 2. 3. 4:
4g Trip 45 Agriculture Class Dischords 3.4: FCSUV31 1. 2.
Secretary and Treasurer, 3, 45 C-V Show 1, 2, V. H.L
Judging Team 2, 4, Class Varieties lg Class Play 1, 3g
Play 1, 3, Vocal Contest 3, 4g School
Christmas Play 49 Student
Council Secretary 3, 4g Sun-
shine Societ 1. 2, 3, 4g
Annual Staf?4g Essay Contest 3
DARYEL E. TOWNSEND IVAN ALLEN TRINKLE LARRY WENDELL VanNOTE
"Tub" "Ivan" "Larry"
Basketball 1. 2. 3.4: Baseball Basketball 1,2, 3, 4: Baseball Basketball 1, 2, Athletics
1, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Club 1, 2, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4g Ath- Club 2g Agriculture Club 4,
3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3. 4g Contest letic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Agriculture Trip 4, Agriculture
1, 2, 3, 4g Marching Contest 3.4, Treasurer 4g Press Club judging Team 4,
1, 25 Festival 1, 2, 3,45 Chorus 4, Vice-President, Class
1, 2, 3, 45 Festival 1, 2, 3, 4g Play 3.
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo En-
semble 1. 23 C-V Show 1, 2,
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 4g Class Play 35 V. H. S.
Varieties 1, 25 Annual Staff
2, 4. I4
LAWRENCE EDWARD VERHEY JILL MARITA WALL
Agriculture Club, Reporter 4.
Sunshine Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4g Annual staff 3, 4g
Student Council 45 Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 Contest
1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2. 3, 43
Festival 2, 3, 4, Contest 2, 3. 45
C. V. Show lp Dischords 4g
Class Play 3g Varieties 2.
THOMAS PHILO WILDMAN
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Athletic
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3g
Class President 2, National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President
4, Hi-Y 2.3, 4: Agriculture
Class President 4, Agriculture
Club President 4g Judging
Team 3, 4, Annual Staff 4,
Student Council lg Class Play
3: V. H. S. Varieties 2.
DANIEL WILSON IR.
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Oh Memories! that bless and burn and on the stage they always do. The greatest
dramatist of them all, Shakespeare himself, once told us that "All the World's a Stage."
November has gone with its swirling leaves but the memory of our Junior Class Play,
"The Custer's Last Stand" remains. What a bright day and evening we spent in that
mountain district of Colorado. The memories of George, Harriet, and Emogene Custor
QJim, Martha, and Kittyj live still to haunt us in our school dreams. Even Orphan Annie
would tremble to think of Georgie Little Bear and the Indian Raiders fJon Boggs, Don,
Larry, and Tomi. With all the breathe taking fear how happy we were.
And now, it is March with its winds, then April with the rains and lilacs--and May
at last with the flowers and the spring.
Along come the seniors with "Apple Blossom Time," their spring stage farewell and
dramatic swan-song. Here we have romance, tears, comedy, - all wrapped up with the
flowers and "budding garden walls." In the words of Polly, QMary Goingsl "It's May
time when all the world is well and happy." Daryel, Jim, Mona, Sharrold, Tom, Judy,
Berta Ruth, Hazel, - all will forever turn our thoughts to happy times.
Yes, memories do bless and burn, but we would not part with them. We shall
remember the footlights and see them through our tears. They will remind us of Happy
Days. A part of our hearts will remain behind the big red curtain.
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TO RIGHT: Shirley Wilkinson, Holly Sever, Jolynn Keeling, Ruth Ann Booe, Suzanne Mills, Linda Bever, Lois
Weber, Lois Denzer, Patty Clift, Karaylee Ballah, Brenda Massey. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anita Byers,
Beverly Abolt, Judith Gayylor, Nanscly Southard, Henry Hess, Fred Bellany, Ralph Fletcher, Max Booe, Linda
Grady, Myra Goings, FO RTH RO , LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Pitzer, Virginia Morehouse, Jack Yowell, Paul
Houk, Kenneth Shildeler, Charles Hacker, Jan Baxter, Clark Ahrens, Stephen Byers, Larry Craig. FIFTH ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: James Bentley, Jackie Funk, Jackie Ha man, Darwin Cox, Duane Dice, Davi Elmore,
Aronald Keeling, Russel Smith, Ronnie Thomas. SIXTH How, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Brewer, Johnny Foley,
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ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Susan Baxter, Alberta Cooper, Sandra Minick, Alberta Hunter, Francis Likey, Carolyn
Beaver, Peg y Leas, Carol Goodson, Charlotte Keeling, Mae Zolds, De Anna Williamson. THIRD ROW, LEFT
TO RIGHT: immy Marquess, Philip Butts, Donald Carey, Larr Furr, John Merrill, Douglas Clouse, Francis
Fletcher, Lorin Haas, Lawrence Turpin, Harold Crowder. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Leonard Grubbs,
Everett Walters. Larry Frazee, Micheal Keelinlg, Steplhen Parham, Robert Jackson, Larry Byers, Ronald Hancock.
FIFTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: James Bowers, ennet Manasco, Jackie Robbins, Edgar Bradburg, Ernest, Brubb,
James Hershberger, Donald Hughes, Bobby Fishero, Thomas Harrison, William Buster.
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FRONT ROW: Ken Smith, Stephen Tipton, Tommy Parham, Bob Powell, Roger Craig, Darrell Cloud, David
Burgner, Mike Crane, Shirl Hegg, MIDDLE ROW: Charles Minnick, Paul Mc inney, Tony Haas, Paul Bilstad,
Terry Merrill, David Meihls, Richard Hoover, Rodger Moody, Lonnie Trinkle, John Hering. LAST ROW:
Darlene Holland, Joyce Mills, Sylvia Lee, Anita olmes, Suzan Bradbury, Sandra Bever, Jayne Boggs, Shirley
Hegg, Catherine I-louser, Teacher -- Clara Gilkey.
Veedenabuftq Quade 'Iwo
FRONT ROW: Mike Nelson, Dennis Brewer, Kenny Neeley, Mike Strean, Bill Powell, Kenny Gross, Gleen
McKinney, Kirk McDonald, Donald Hegg, Bobb Thomas, Lloyd Turpin. LAST ROW: Roselyn Bunnell, Christy
Ballah, Linda Dockins, Clara Sever, Shanon Rickey: Betty Dockins, Sherrill Lindquist, Mary Kay Keeling,
Lynette Rusk, Suzanne Dockins, Karen McDuffie, eacher -- Louise E, Wilkinson.
Veedenabuuq Guade 'Jhnee
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rita Bever, Paulene Hoover, Gloria Francis, Barbara Coats, Eugenia Groce,
Lindy Dockins, Peggy Lee, Linda Hershberger, Diana Arlington, Jacqueline McClutchan, Donna Sheets,
Claudia Williams, rs. Delena Patterson, Teacher. MIDD EROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Sherrygl Smith, Sharon
Gosnell, George Pendry, Steven Dodson, Danny Brewer, Michael Gould, Don Manasco, Rut ford Shannon,
Roger Trinkle, Louis Crowder, Judy Cloud, Ellen Forkner. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Linquist,
Steven Holmes, Gerry Smith, Mic ael Ludlow, Bobby York, Ray Busick, Kerry Morhout, Cole Shoaf, James
Beatty, Freddie McCollum, Gordon Douglas, Roger Lightle.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Clark, Martha Grady, Regina Brewer, Phyllis Trinkle, Betty Lee,
Elaine Bass, Pamela Dillon, Ann Towell, Reta Horton, Diana Houser, Rosemary Samuels, Mrs. Brock,
Teacher, MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Jackson, Marcia Booe, Rebecca Ratcliff, Linda Ludlow,
Bonnie Craig, Glenda Clauson, William Bennett, Dennis Lindamood, Alice Jorkner, Charla Grubb, Karen
Newnum, Joyce Cox. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Sheets, Richard Griffin, Charles Turpin, Richard
Craig, Char es Short, Jim Van Dorn, Kim McDonald, Floyd Kester, Bill Harrison, Richard Merrill.
Veedenabwzq Cjuade 'Jive
FRONT ROW: LeRoy Lindquist, Frankie Joe Steffy, Charles Underwood, John Bilstad, Teddy Goodson, Billy
Dockins, Jimmy Eaton, Robert Williams, Robert Dodson, Larr York, Robert Rickey. SEC ND ROW: Betty Lou
McDuffie, Victoria Reynolds, Gary W. Ludlow, Gary Lee Linlzler, Richard Busick, Carl Gookins, Bruce Mills,
Jimmy Brown, Delayne Ratcliff, Judy Griffin, Rita Douglas. LAST ROW: Dianna Sheets, Sharon Clark, Suzie
Pendry, Pamela Hering, Patricia Eaton, Tanz Froed e, Marcia Day, Marietta Fogleman, Pamela Pearson,
Karen Whitaker, Denise Smith, Sue Ann Smith, Tears-mer -- Mrs. Dora Campbell.
Veedeuabunq Cjnade Six
FRONT ROW: William Linquist, John Brewer, Chris Haas, Gary Dockins, John Geor e, Melvin Pickett, Gary
Francis, Robert Lackey, Michael Linker, SECOND ROW: Gaye Lynn King, Maril niece, Thomas Foley,
Charles Borst, Frederick Bentley: Charles Stonebraker, James Crowder, Robert Txromas, Kenneth Bradbury,
Tony Joe Arrigo, Michael Mitc ell, Sandra Keeling, Cjae Francis. LAST ROW: Sandra McDonald, Sharon
Stahl, Carroll Clawson, Jodith Wilson, Penny Borst, Carolyn Groce, Bonnie Reynolds, Rosalie Graham, Joan
VanNote, Mitzi Switzer, Patricia Smith, Janice Thomas, Carol Ann Alston, Teacher -- Mrs. Maxine Coon.
Stealing Guadea One G 'Iwo
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Warrick, Jackie Howard, Kenneth Bell, Richard LoKee, Roy Hunt, David
Butts, Steven Dice, Raymond Epperson, Phillip Bell, Kenneth Southard, Marion Howard, Kennet Moore,
Jimmy Cox. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Raymond Hendrickson, Roger Learnard, Mike Eudy, Lindsay
Austin, Sally Nixen, Nancy Rennison, Carol Rogers, Susie Coffing, Nelda Byers, Nancy Coffing, Sandra Dice,
Sally Liechxtxy, Sherry Powers, Janice Dark. THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ma? Kay Hacker, Dianna Sheets,
Mar Jane alls, Connie Sheets, Arletta Funk, Brenda Brinkle , Gloria Haas, lenna R, Layman, Caroline
Nefz Judy Shideler, Rhonda Smith, Mrs, Elva Williams, Teacyher. ABSENT: Carol Hutchison, Melea Bray.
Stenlinq Cjuadea 'Ihnee 6 'Joan
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Billie Owens, Jackie Mears, Harold Hatch, Jerry Goings, Tomm Fletcher,
Bobby Warrick, Timmy Preston, Bill Songer, Gerry Warrick, Donnie Dice, Larry Rogers, SECOIJD ROW, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Betty Funk, Mariam Irwin, Brookie Groce, Sherry Eud , Joyce Dark, Minella Carey, Rebecca Byers,
Jane Dice, Penny Coffing, Regina Fletcher, Mrs. Florence Howard, Teacher. ABSENT: Cynthia Hutchisen.
Stenlinq Ciuadea '3iue and Six
FRONT ROW: Ronald Goodwin, Larry Warrick, Stephen Songer, Gary Rogers, John Preston, Billie
Overbeck, Richard Booe, Kenneth Smith, Jack Carey, Forrest Goings. MIDDLE ROW: Carol Learnard,
Kay Byers, Ellen Butts, Rachel Newman, Harold Bellamy, Donnie Ingram, George Williamson, Kerry
Nickle, Teddy Hacker, Eddie Hunt, Robert Hatch. BACK ROW: Sonia Swafford, Martha Stembaugh,
Marie Stembaugh, Carolyn Helton, Carol Sue Stembaugh, Linda Dunivan, Cheryl Owens, Anita Bray,
Marsha Hancock, Linda Morehouse, Mrs. Inez Helms.
Stone Blulglg Cinaclea One and 'Iwo
FRONT ROW: Bobby Cosby, Danny Fox, Donald Strickler, Gene Watts, John Drummond, Craig Newman,
Terry Wilson, Dickie Crider, Ricky Keith. SECOND ROW: Shirley Sutton, Martha Robbins, Geneva
Watts, Kathy Anderson, Marilyn Blanton, Bonnie Cooper, Judy Cosby, Terri Sue Biddle, Karen Galloway
NOT PICTURED: Elizabeth Edwards, Margaret Ann Burford, David Lamb, Teacher- Mrs. Pauline
Stone Bluff Cjftaclea 'Jhnee and 'Joan
FRONT ROW: Jeff Leas, Larry McCann, James Keith, Larry Cox, Larry Young, Stephen Hampton,
Billy Madigan, Dale Pitzer, Richard Minick, Stephen McLean, Richard Perry. BACK ROW: Flora
Cox, Norma Jean Strickler, Mary Lou Lightle, Donna Jean Crider, Carolyn Robbins, Barbara Black,
Mrs. Snyder, Patrica Scott, Alicia McElroee, Kathy Galloway, and Alexis Brimberry.
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Clawson. BACK ROW: Gary Biddle, Randy Blanton, Larry Robbins, Dale Gust, Billy Shelley, Jerry
McElwee, Larry Weber, Teacher- Mrs. Marie Carter.
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Berta Ruth Mitchell
Tom Booe-Judy Campbell
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FIRST ROW: Kathryn Keith, Sherry Biddle, Karen Minnick, Judy McDonnald, Carolyn Beaver, Pat Hannock,
Sandra Minick, Carol Goodson, Mrs. Eubank. SECOND ROW: Barbara Burgner, Sharon Kendrick, Diana
Wilmarth, Mary Ann Boord, Sherril Pickett, Peggy Leas, Lura Meeker, Melba Keith. THIRD ROW: Joyce
Rainey, Nancy Southard, Jill Hershberger, Carol Dunivan, Carol LaBaw, Martha English, Nellie McDonnald,
Sharon Keeling, Suzan Baxter. FIFTH ROW: Brenda Cunningham, Mary Ann McDonnald, Judith McDuffie, Judy
Harper, Suzan Towell, Reba Clift, Katha Smith, Hallie Keith, Doris Keller, Diana Fletcher. SIXTH ROW:
Joan Sinnot, Hellen Keeling, Shirley Foley, Jane Myers, Joan Adair, Jeanette Newnum, Alice Howard,
Carnilia Mitchell, Deloris Keller, Beverly Helms, Sandra Linker.
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FIRST ROW: Carl Minnick, Robert Pickett, Ben Cable, Russell Cooper, Jerry Grady, Clarence Keeling,
Gerald Minnick, Mr. Chatt. SECOND ROW: Ivan Trinkle, Hubert Dunnivan, Arthur Fletcher, Lavon Stahl,
Jack Berlin, Junior Totheroh, Vick Leas. THIRD ROW: Lawrence Verhey, John Olds, Dennis Hughes, Larry
VaNote, David Rusk, James Andrews, Dick Lightle, Sam Foley.
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FRONT ROW: Sherry Biddle, Janet Booe, Jane Hershberger, Carolyn Fishero, Mrs. Weir, Benny Ludlow, Melba
Keith, Sherry King, Janice Parham. SECOND ROW: Carol Bowers, Mike Morehouse, Hallie Keith, Marvin
Hancock, Larry Brewer, Phyllis Philpot, Glenda Rhodes, Merdith Shideler, Tom Linker, Eleanor Minnick,
Jodie Boggs. THIRD ROW: Brenda Cunningham, Jean Hebner, Nancy Preston, Doris Keller, Marilyn Gross,
Kitty Southard, Barbara George, Phillip Chumley, Sandra Linker, Donna Ponder, Susan Towell, Judith
McDuffie, Martha English, Kathryn Keeling. FOURTH ROW: Cynthia Harrison, Deloris Keller, Edith Dockins,
Patty Krout, Marolyn Drummond, Doris Anderson, Jannette Newmun, Bonnie Krout, Ruth Allen, Jane Myers,
Brenda VanNote, Carolyn Turpin, Helen Keeling, Berta Ruth Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: Jon Boggs, Tom Wilson,
Vic Leas, Larry Holland, Junior Totheroh, Don Elmore, Charles Walls, Jim Hughes, John Burgner, Dennis
Hughes, Leon Stonecipher, Bud Byers.
FRONT ROW: Tom Booe, Eleanor Minnick, Ivan Trinkle, Rosemary Morehouse, Janice Kelley, Gail Byers.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stephenson, Glenda Rhodes, Mary Goings, Nellie McDonald, Sharon Keeling, Joanne
Adair, Shirley Foley, Kathryn Keith, Janet Hershberger. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Hancock, Gene Fogleman,
FIRST ROW: Mr. Spencer, Jane Hersliberger, Ramona Steffy, Mary Goings, Karoylee Ballali, Mike Moorehouse
Jim Bowers, Mr. Carrier. SECOND ROW: Sharrold Keeling, Camilla Mitchell, Tom Booe, Larry Holland,
Robert Pickett, Jill Wall, Party Krout, Kitty Southard.
FIRST ROW: Jane Hershberger, Hazel Hess, Kitty Southard, Jon Boggs, Jane Myers, Berta Ruth Mitchell,
Eleanor Minnick, Barbara Burgner. SECOND ROW: Joanne Adair, Leon Stonecipher, Lewis Bever, Jim Andrews
Mrs. Weir, Philo Wildman, John Burgner, Bill Starkey, Judy Campbell.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Weir, Janice Parham, Barbara Burgner, Rosemary Moorehouse, Carolyn Fishero, Carole
Bowers, Carolyn Hancock, Melba Keith, Jane Hershberger, Kathryn Keith, Janet Booe. SECOND ROW: Ramona
Steffy, Nellie McDonald, Janice Kelly, Janet Hershberger, Deloris Hartle, Susan Towell, Mary McCullum,
Glenda Rhodes, Martha English, Eleanor Minnick, Sharon Keeling, Sherril Pickett. THIRD ROW: Saundra
Linker, Cynthia Harrison, Berta Mitchell, Mary McDonald, Phyllis Philpot, Judy Harper, Charlotte McKinney,
Hallie Kieth, Brenda Cunningham, Hazel Hess, Donna Ponder. FOURTH ROW: Doris Anderson, Marilyn Gross,
Shirley Foley, Sharrold Keeling, Helen Keeling, Deloris Keller, Beverly Helms, Nancy Preston, Charlotte
Keeling, Diane Fletcher, Mary Goings, Katha Smith. FIFTH ROW: Kitty Southard, Camilla Mitchell, Brenda
VanNote, Carolyn Turpin, Judy Campbell, Janette Newnum, Jill Wall, Bonnie Krout, Joanne Adair, Alice
Howard, Jane Myers, Joan Sinnot.
FIRST ROW: Bennie Ludlow, Tom Linker, Bradley Byers, Paul Pritchard, Leon Stonecipher, Gary Mitchell,
Mike Morehouse. SECOND ROW: Mr. Carrier, Ivan Trinkle, Tom Booe, Gene Fogleman, Bill Starkey, Daryel
Townsend, Lewis Bever. THIRD ROW: Sam Foley, Dick Lightle, Dennis Hughes, David Rush, Jim Andrews,
Ora Krout, John Olds.
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FIRST ROW: Student Manager-Tommy Linker, Aurthur Fletcher, Don Harper, Gordon Grimes, Earl Robbins,
Charles Walls, Joe Robbins, Mike Morehouse. SECOND ROW: Coach-Bob Williams, Gary Mitchell, Dick Gross,
James Manasco, Vic Leas, Leon Stonecipher, Dick Keeling, Coach-Leon Patterson. THIRD ROW: Dennis Hughes
Jerry Jeans, Gene Fogleman, Hubert Dunnivan, Bill Starkey, Tom Booe, Clarence Keeling.
FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Hazel Hess, Mary Goings, Ramona Steffy, Donna Ponder.
"fl" 'Team Schedule
OPPONENT V.H S
90 Chrisman, lllinois
48 Granville Wells
58 West Lebanon
60 Richland Twp.
62 Wabash Valley lAtticaj
48 Wabash Valley lCovingtonJ
50 Perrysvi Ile
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61 Chrisman, Illinois 58
23 Cayuga 43
31 Williamsport 47
40 Montezuma 58
23 Linden 43
31 Dayton 55
37 Waynetown 42
35 Granville Wells 46
25 Covington 46
19 Hillsboro 49
51 Boswell 48
27 West Lebanon 55
30 Richland Twp. 46
35 Attica 39
21 Perrysville 51
32 Kingman 62
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V.H.S. " " 'Team
FIRST ROW: Daryel Townsend, Tom Booe, Philo Wildman, David Rusk, Bill Starkey, Jim Andrews, Ivan
Trinkle. SECOND ROW: Leon Patterson, Kenny Krout, Lewis Bever, Jack Stonebraker, Dennis Manning,
Leon Stonecipher, Dick Keeling, Bob Williams.
V.H.S. "B" 'Team
FIRST ROW: Terry Krout, Dick Keeling, Leon Stonecipher, Lewis Bever, SECOND ROW: Leon Patterson, Kenny
Krout, Dennis Manning, Ora Krout, Hubert Dunivan, Bob Williams. .
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Donna Ponder, Mary Goings, Hazel Hess, Ramona Steffy.
"B" 'Jeam Cheenleadena
'Beverly Helms, Camilla Mitchell, Marilyn Gross.
'Jill 'Jhe Root Comea
FIRST ROW: Donna Ponder, Mary Goings, Hazel Hess, Ramona Steffy. SECOND ROW: Gail Byers, Jill
Wall, Glenda Rhodes, Rosemary Morehouse, Judy Campbell, Sharrold Keeling. THIRD ROW: Marilyn
Gross, Beverly Helms, Janice Pdrham, Carolyn Fishero, Sherry King, Juanita Hancock, Kitty Southard,
Eleanor Minnick, Berta Ruth Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Susan Towell, Barbara Burgner, Saundra Linker,
Camilla Mitchell, Martha English, Phylis Philpot, Jannett Newnum, Joanne Adair, Diane Fletcher,
Katheryn Keith. FIFTH ROW: Doris Anderson, Jane Hershebrger, Charolette McKinney, Virginia Cooper
Ormal Verhey, Sharon Keeling, Shirley Foley, Melba Keith, Janet Dunivan. SIXTH ROW: Carol Bowers
Nancy Preston. Judy Harper, Katha Smith, Nellie McDonald, Marianne Boord, Carole LaBaw, Bonnie
Krout. SEVENTH ROW: Hallie Keith, Sherry Biddle, Mary Arlington, Katheryn Keeling, Patty Krout,
Karen Minnick, Reba Clift, Pat Hancock, Mary Jo McCollum, Jane Myers.
'Jfteahman Ball Club
FIRST ROW: Tom Linker, Mike Morehouse, Joe Haas, Clarence Keeling, Jim McCutchan, Jerry
Hacker. SECOND ROW: Coach Patterson, Earl Robbins, Dennis Hughes, Jay Kell, Charles Wall,
Dwight Gookins, Owen Keeling.
8th Glade Baahetball
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Keeling, James Bentley, Duane Dice, Larry Brewer, Charles Hacker,
Carl Stonebraket. SECOND ROW: Jan Baxter, Henry Hess, Richard Craig, Leon Patterson, Max
Booe, Clark Ahrens, Kenneth Shicleler. THIRD ROW: Paul Hauk, Larry Dillon, Phillip Grubb,
Robert Shideler, Steven Byers.
7th Cjftade Baaleetball
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Keeling, Jimmy Bowers, Tommy Harrison, Steven Parham, James Marquess,
Larry Frazee, Billy Buster, Dougulas Clouse, Carl Stonebraker. SECOND ROW: Ben Turpin,
Robert Jackson, John Merrill, Leon Patterson, Everett Walters, Joe Grubbs, Larry Byers. THIRD
ROW: James Butts, Mike Keeling, Kenneth Manasco, Jack Robbins, Ernest Grubbs, Donald
Hughs, Larry Furr, Bobby Fishero.
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FIRST ROW: Daryel Townsend, Ivan Trinkle, Hubert Dunivan, Kenny Krout, James Andrews,
Rusty Krout. SECOND ROW: Gene Fogleman, Charles Walls, Dick Keeling, Gary Mitchell,
Dave Rusk, Sam Foley, Bill Starkey. THIRD ROW: Bob Williarns, Mike Morehouse, Jay Kell,
Bud Bever, Tom Booe, Leon Patterson.
FIRST ROW: Tom Linker, Ivan Trinkle, Kenny Krout, Hubert Dunivan, Bud Bever, Tom Booe,
Owen Keeling. SECOND ROW: Bob Williams, Terry Sandlin, Dick Keeling, Sam Foley, Dave
Rusk, Jack Stonebraker, James Andrews, Leon Stonecipher, Junior Totlrerolr, Leon Patterson.
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FIRST ROW: Jodie Boggs, Barbara Burgner, Judith Campbell, Glenda Rhodes, Carolyn Fishero,
Janice Parham, Doris Anderson, Charlotte McKinney, Jane Hershberger, Berta Mitchell.
SECOND ROW: Camilla Mitchell, Sherry King, Suzan Towell, Marilyn Drummond, Janet
Hershberger, Saundra Linker, Charles Hacker, Phillip Butts, Clark Ahrens, Jan Baxter,
Carolyn Turpin, Steve Parham, Shirley Wilkinson, Gail Byers. THIRD ROW: Jill Hershberger,
Nancy Preston, Myra Goings, Jolynn Keeling, Duane Dice, Meredith Shideler, Jon Boggs,
Rosemary Morehouse, Virginia Morehouse, Larry Furr, Larry Frazee, Robert Jackson, Henry
Hess, James Hershberger, Ruth Allen, Hazel Hess, Daryel Townshend. FOURTH ROW: Cynthi
Harrison, Dean Hancock, Dwight Gookins. STANDING: Jean Pitzer, Johnny Rennison, Paul
Pritchard, Marilyn Gross, Jill Wall, Mary Goings, Mrs. Richardson, Don Elmore, Beverly
Helms, Jane Myers.
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BACK ROW: Janice Parham, Carolyn Fishero, Larry Frazee, Jill Hershberger, Clark Ahrens,
Cynthia Harrison, Mary Goings, Shirley Wilkerson, Duane Dice, Ruth Allen, Jim Herschberger,
Don Elmore, Robert Shideler, Virginia Morehouse, Gail Byers, Jane Myers, Paul Pritchard, John
Rennison, Carolyn Turpin, Nancy Preston, Jolynn Keeling, Jane Hershberger, Charlotte McKinney
FRONT ROW: Myra Goings, Doris Anderson, Robert Jackson, Sherry King. Camilla Mitchell,
Judy Campbell, Jan Baxter, Jill Wall, Janet Hershberger, Jon Boggs, Dwight Gookins, Daryel
Townsend, Charles Hacker, Henry Hess, Dean Hancock, Hazel Hess, Beverly Helms, Rosemary
Morehouse, Martha English, Jean Pitzer, Marilyn Gross, Berta Mitchell, Glenda Rhodes, Jody
Boggs, Philip Butts, Larry Furr, Stephen Parham. MAJORETTES: Susan Towell, Saundra Linker,
Ramona Steffy, Marilyn Drummond, Barbara Burgner.
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Sandra Booe, Lura Meeker, Bonnie McCollum, Myra Goings, Shirley Wilkerson, Juliette
McDonald, Nancy Southard, Jean Pitzer, Virginia Morehouse.
-Hiqh School Chonua
FRONT ROW: Carolyn Turpin, Joanne Adair, Alberta Underwood, Jill Wall, Gail Byers, Janette Newnum, Judy
Campbell, Bonnie Krout, Edith Dockins, Alice Howard. SECOND ROW: Brenda Cunningham. Carolyn Hancock
Sherry Biddle, Jane Hershberger, Barbara Burgner, Melba Keith, Kathryn Keith, Rosemary Morehouse, Berta
Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Beverly Helms, Carol Bowers, Carole LaBaw, Juidth McDuffie, Nellie McDonald,
Sharon Keeling, Jean Hebner, Carol Dunivan, Marianne Boord, Carolyn Fishero, Ruth Pitzer. FOURTH ROW:
Deloris Hartle, Phyllis Philpot, Martha English, Glenda Rhodes, Janice Kelly, Eleanor Minnick, Janet
Hershberger, Janet Dunivan, Dorothy Edwards, Carolyn Philpot, Ramona Steffy. FIFTH ROW: Hallie Keith,
Charlotte McKinney, Kenneth Manasco, Jon Boggs, Bud Byers, Don Elmore, Dfvight Gookins, Leon Stonecipher
Dean Hancock, Henry Hess, Diane Fletcher, Joan Sinnett. SIXTH ROW: Marilyn Gross, Susan Towell, Mary
Goings, Cynthia Harrison, Saundra Linker, Marilyn Drumnond, Doris Anderson, Camilla Mitchell, Shirley
Foley, Patty Krout, Jane Myers, Helen Keeling, Katha Smith, Hazel Hess, Judy Harper.
Accompanist -Berta Ruth Mitchell. Director--Mrs. Colinette Richardson. FIRST ROW: Mary Goings, Jane
Hershberger, Janet Hershberger, Rosemary Morehouse, Ramona Steffy, Barbara Burgner. SECOND ROW: Hazel
Hess, Cynthia Harrison, Jill Wall, Judy Campbell, Juanita Hancock, Glenda Rhodes.
Susan Towell, Marilyn Drummond, Ramona Steffy, Sandra Linker Barb Burgner.
At Veedersburg, when music is to be con-
sidered, it would never be complete without the
Drum Major and Maiorettes. They have performed
for all occasions, and at all school games. They
have helped us to fightl scorel and winl
They have been as necessary in the life of
our school as any organization we have. Where
better Drum Majors and Maiorettes are to be
found, Ramona Steffy, Barb Burgner, Sandra
Linker, Susan Towell and Marilyn Drummond,
will be found among them.
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FIRST ROW: Hazel Hess, Deloris Keller. SECOND ROW: Marjorie Verhey, Carolyn Fishero, Sherril Pickett,
Diane Wilmarth. THIRD ROW: Merdith Shidler, Kenneth Krout, Ivan Trinkle, James Hughes, Douglas Clause.
The annual Fall Festival was again sponsored by the Lion's Club. The high point of the
evening, the crowning of the Queen and King, was a breath taking moment. The Queen,
Carolyn Fishero, and the King, Ivan Trinkle, were crowned by the Lion's past President,
Delbert Wilmarth. Representing the Seventh grade were Diane Wilmarth and Doug Clouse.
Candidates for the eighth grade were: Margie Verhey and Jack Yowell Knot picturedll. High
School representatives were: Freshman class, Carolyn Fishero and Meredith Shidler, Sophomore
class, Sherril Pickett and Kenny Kroutp Junior class, Deloris Keller and Jim Hughes, Senior
class, Hazel Hess and Ivan Trinkle. This was one of the school's annual events.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Burgner, Betta Ruth Mitchell, Nora Goodson, Sharon Kendrick.
The football Homecoming was one of the most memorable events of the school year. The
senior candidate, Berta Ruth Mitchell, received the honor of being crowned Queen by Captain,
Bill Starkey. Barbara Burgner represented the Junior class, Nora Goodson, the Sophomore class
and Sharon Kendrick, the Freshman class.
The homecoming parade was led by the band with the Queen's float, sponsored by the Student
Council, following. The class floats came next. Again the Senior Class took the honors of
coming in first.
The Student Council has sponsored this event for the last two years and hopes to make it an
The Queen received a dozen recl roses, a crown, and a kiss.
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Oh, look, there's a flying saucer! It's slowing down, oh, look it's stopping. It
looks like, oh no, it couIdn't be, yes, it is. Hi, Jerry, how are you? So you're
completing a tour of the planets now? How did Venus like your version of Heart-
break Hotel? Oh, so they liked your peroxide sideburns better, huh? You say that
Mary Goings is your stewardess? I didn't think that she would ever make the grade,
she has such a weak stomach, you know. I like the name of your saucer. Kellpresley
sounds so romantic. It must be nice to own a saucer, you can fly to Australia to see
Janice anytime. How is Janice coming along with her kangaroo ranch? You say that
she has three children, triplets? Oh, myl Glenda Rhodes and Eleanor Minnick are
both secretaries now. Glenda works at Chanute Air Base. She files all the Colonels
toenails. Eleanor works at Harman Metal Company. She has developed a new, fast,
economical way of typing. She lets her secretary do itl Have you heard about
Philo Wildman? You know that he said that he was going to make a million off of
farming, well, he did and more. Last summer as he was plowing corn he struck oill
He's the most eligable bachelor .around Veedersburg now. Hello, Ivan, I see that
your dream came true. You always thought that if you ever got to be a coach that
you would have the best team around here. Congratulations, do you plan on winning
the Stone Bluff Classics? So you think that Tom Booe's team from Steam Corner might
give you some trouble? I hear that he does have a pretty good one. Tom isn't
married yet, he says that we women are iust too bossyl Daryel Townsend must agree
with him, he's a bachelor yet, too. Daryel is doing very well, he is teaching
anatomy at Olivette Feminine School of Technology. He seems to like the atmosphere
very well . He says that it is good for his health. Lavon Stahl is head engineer at
Ford Automation Foundation, he's doing quite well. Oh, there's another saucer, it's
Judy Campbell and Berta Mitchell. Hi, kids, who's the pilot? Berta, why, I never
would have believed itl Don't you two get airsick? You don'tl You say that you're
a pilot besides teaching kindergarten at Steam Corner? I wonder why she stays at
Steam Corner? I'm sure that Judy could find a better job than that, but maybe she
likes the atmosphere. There's Larry Van Note on his new bicycle. He's riding
La Nell McDonald on the handlebars, I wonder why she has her arms around his neck?
Maybe she wants to make sure that she doesn't fall off, though. Here comes a jet, it
must be Carolyn Hancock. Her husband manufactures jets and you know how Carolyn
loves speed. She has always been a regular speed demon, so I hear. Barbara Krug is
with her. Barb has a fuel injection house trailer now, it has wings on it. She says
that it is much more economical than an automobile. Hey somebody turn the
television on. It's time for Hit Parade. Mona Steffy's hit tune, Some Day, is in
second place. Another tune of hers, I'lI Get You Yet, is rapidly climbing to the
top. Why, Hazel Hess is singing! She has always had a lovely voice though. Yes,
Hazel is married and has three lovely little girls. That's Gail Byers playing the
saxophone. She is putting on a concert next week at Carnegie Hall. Gail also
models clothes for short girls. Rosemary Morehouse is quite good at directing, don't
you think? She only directs in her spare time. She's a medical secretary in New
York. Speaking of New York, Janet Hershberger is doing some fashion designing
there. Janet is happily married and has the most adorable little red headed boyl
Janet Florey is a disc iockey and spins platters all day with Nat King Cole singing,
Donny. Here comes Lawrence Verhey in his school bus. He brought all of his kids,
all eleven of them. Lawrence farms at Stone Bluff. His wife, the former Juanita
Hancock styles the children's hair. Juanita is a beautician in her spare time. Jack
Berlin and David Cushman are in the Air Force and plan to make a career of it. They
both fly iets and it is rumored that they have drag races in the sky. They say that
Sam Foley is going to be the next Einstein. His knowledge of mechanics is far
superior to any other one person's. Why, they say that he makes more plans for
Chevrolets than they can possibly build in the next hundred years. Speaking of cars,
Jill Kirkpatrick ran into the garage door last week and it cost her 5200.00 to have
the front fender fixed. Never a word of this accident did Bob, her husband, hear '
though. John, oh yes, John Olds, he is married and living in France. He teaches
French to American girls, over the age of seventeen, living in Paris. You ought
to see Bill Starkey, he weighs only T60 nowl He is thinking seriously of marriage,
of course he hasn't informed the girl yet, though. Bill is often seen flirting with the
Spanish girls in South America while designing bridges. Danny Wilson, no, he's
married, but no children as yet. He runs his father's barber shop in Veedersburg.
David Rusk is playing for the Harlem Glove Sitters. He averages l point a game.
Their name originated from the fact that they play while sitting in chairs with rollers
on them. George Dobbs has a taxi company and each morning he takes all the south
town girls to school, l remember when he used to come after us each morning, don't
you, Eleanor? No, Ben Cable is a cartoonist now. He is quite famous for his comic
stript, Robinson's Class Antics of '57. Harold Minick is busily building a new high
school here in Veedersburg, he is quite good at mud throwing. The only trouble is
that he forgets to finish what he starts, I wonder if the kids put this idea into his head'-9
What is Jim Andrews doing now? Why he's President of T.W.A. Incorporated, he's
my boss. Jim is often seen driving around the city in his new fuel iniection Chevrolet
Sam Foley designed it for him. Well, last but not least here comes Gene Fogleman.
He must have been delayed refueling air ships. Well, kids, maybe next year at our
reunion more of our classmates will get to come. See you all next year, bye, bye.
Sharrold Keel ing
Uouuniea, Uuophiea, 'Jniumpha
The Veedersburg Green Devils won their way to the sectional finals the first
time in several years. ln their opening game they defeated Pine Village 68-40.
Jumping to an early lead on rival Attica, they conquered them 70-78 for the second
time in tournament play this year. Saturday afternoon the boys tamed the Hillsboro
"Wildcats" to the tune of 71-52 thus earning the right to play Richland Township in
the final game that evening. Richland Township was hot in the first half and lumped
to an early lead which they managed to maintain until late in the ball game when
the Devils made a determined rally, and went ahead for the first time in the game.
A couple of bad breaks caused the lead to be lost again and we were defeated in
the Championship game of the sectional by a score of 75-73.
This completed our season with a record of T8 wins and 6 defeats, counting
tournament games. This is the Devils best record in several years. This brilliant
record was acquired not only through the boy's ability but also through alertness
and desire to excell . This should be a good example and a challenge for the future
teams of V. H.S. to have teams with similar success.
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Page envelopes, rulers, progress charts, rubber stamp Gob 723801, deadlines and
sincere efforts to make the year book a success formed this year's Pintus. Editing the
annual was Judy Campbell. Kitty Southarc' served as assistant editor. Berta Mitchell
and Hazel Hess were copy editors while Ramona Steffy and Mary Goings prepared
copy. Jill Wall was kept busy snaping pictures with Jane Myers and James Andrews
serving as her assistants. Rosemary Morehouse was Grade School editor. Daryel
Townsend and Tom Booe served as sports editor with Leon Stonecipher assisting.
Sharrold Keeling took care of our financial problems with Philo Wildman as her
assistant. Cindy Harrison served as Art editor with Ben Cable assisting.
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James Andrews--My ability to stay out of trouble to Jimmy Bowers.
Jack Berlin--My 34 Oldsmobile to the Atomic Energy Commission to be used as a
model for future cars.
Tom Booe--My flat top hat to Leon Stonecipher providing that he wears it all the time.
Gail Byers--Myheight to Kathryn Keith providing that she will not grow over 6'l.
Ben Cable--My "James Dean" complex to Jerry "Bobo" Grady, providing he can
make the change from Brando to Dean.
Judy Campbell--My ability to play clarinet and talk simultaneously to Jodie Boggs.
David Cushman--My ability to date girls to Dick Lightle. fHe needs itj
George Dobbs--My place in chemistry class to anyone who can understand what its
Janet Florey--My silly laugh to Jeanette Newman.
Gene Fogleman--My center position on the football team to Don Harper.
Sam Foley--My track ability to Dick Keeling.
Barbara George--My quiet ways to Martha English.
Mary Goings--My diet to my sister, Myra Lee, and l hope she will be more successful
than I have been at keeping it.
Carolyn Hancock--My good times in Civics class to Kathyrn Keith provided that she
studies once in awhile.
Juanita Hancock--My happiness and good luck this year to the next Senior class.
Janet Hershberger--My ability to occupy first chair in the band to my brother, Jim.
Hazel Hess--My good times during my high school years to my brother, Henry who is
Sharrold Keeling--My silly laugh and obnoxious giggle to my cousin, Helen and hope that
she uses it at more appropriate times.
Janice Kelley--My reddish hair to Doris Keller providing she keeps it that way.
Jerry Kelley--My ability to sing like Elvis to Dean Hancock if he sings "Hound Dog".
LaNell McDonald--My ability to retain my Southern accent while living in lndiana
to Lorraine Goodwin.
Eleanor Minnick--My position as president of Senior Class to Kitty Southard.
Harold Minick--My ability to skip school to Sherrill Pickett.
Berta Mitchell--My piccolo to Max Booe, providing he has the strength to carry it.
Rosemary Morehouse--My ability to wear my ten year old sister's clothes to anyone
who has a small stature.
John Olds--My parking place to anyone who likes to park on a hill.
Glends Rhodes--My ability to talk in study hall to Sherrill Pickett providing she
doesn't get caught.
David Rusk--My basketball suit to Max Booe if he can Fill my pants.
William Starkey--My football suit to any underclassman large enough to get into it.
Ramona Steffy--My ability to go steady through my Junior and Senior year to Donna
Ponder, providing there's a happy ending.
Daryel Townsend--My position on the baseball team to anyone who can put up with
a first baseman like Bill Starkey.
lvan Trinkle--My pitching position on the baseball team to Kenny Krout providing
he can get the ball over the plate.
Larry Van Note--My ability to keep an old car running to Dave Elmore.
.9 Will and Bequeath 'Jhat--
Lawrence Verhey--My ability to leave my Civics to anybody that can understand
Jill Wall--My marching drum to anyone who can cross their arms twenty times In a
Philo Wildman--My position as president of the National Honor Society to Leon
Stonecipher providing he gets to work.
Dan Wilson--My ability to play basketball in Mechanical Drawing without being
caught to Charles Holland.
David "Cushie" Cushman
Gene "Fogo" Fogleman
Jerry "Elvis" Kelley
Larry Van Note
Noted for saying
That'll be the day
I'm a going
I give up
Take it cool, Dad.
Don't let it worry you
Ohl Be quiet
Let's not be funny
"I don't know"
Boy l'll tell youl
Just crazy! I
Well, l'll be
Oh, you goofy thingl
Aw, is that the truth..
"Don't be cruel"
Ohl you tickle me
I don't know
Thats what she said too
You ask him
Get a chevy
Steel Caatinqa Co
A Share in Profits
Piece Work Rates
Complete Group Insurance
Locker and Shower Facilities
Billiard ancl Pool Tables
A GOOD PLACE TO WORK
Covington and Veedenabunq
Phone Cov. 500 Phone Vee. 17
Custom Slaughfering and Meat Curing
OPAL AND RON JONES
Veedeuabunq Qnain, Jnc.
Buyers of all Grains
Elevator--Phone 168 Mill--Phone 80
fHighway U.S. 41 Soufhj
ln Account With
Smith Plumbing 6 -Heating
lil E. Second St. - Phone 65
Dauuel L. Giahen
Real Eatate 6 Snaunance
H9 E. Second Street Phone I2
Congratulations, Seniors !
-l-lillalrono Qnain Co.
Buyers of all Grains
Ben 'lnanklin Stone
Shoe Repair Laundry
A Personalized Service For Particular People
A. Harris and Margaret Lindamood Proprs.
Lealie m. 'I-Iowancl
GAS EN GINES
Phone 299 House 256
14IIen'a Citiea Sefwice
Corner Routes I36 and 41
REAL ESTATE -- INSURANCE
Phone 47 and 75 Carl Songer
'lountain County 'Janm
CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. , INC.
Complete Farm Supplies
FINE CLASS RINGS
127 N. VERMILLION STREET
Veedeuabunq Dnive-.9 'Iheatne
PICK OF THE PICTURES
U.S. Highway 41
AFTER HIGH SCHOOL ATTEND
214 N. VERMILLION ST.
APPROVED FOR VETERANS
You're Home When Away From Home
ROUTE 41 PHONE 69
Stauheq Salea 6 Sefwice
Telephone 94 Third at Washington Covington, Indiana
John Deere Sales Service
"WHERE MA SAVES PA'S DOUGH"
mqena Depantment Stone
Wlqena motor: Salea
IO2 W. Second ST.
CLR. Pitman Auto Co.
JIM HUGHES, Local Representative
Kenneth Cade Jnaunance flqencq
to the Class of I957
'lountain fioundnq Coup.
RAINBOW DRIVE IN
JANEWAY SERVICE STATION
STERLING FOOD MARKET
FRED RICHARDSON SERVICE STATION
SYCAMORE GIFT AND DAIRY BAR
DAN WILSON BARBER SHOP
GROSS'S TRUCK STOP
BUCKLEY NEWS CO. SPORTING GOODS
PARIS CLEANERS, LAUNDRY
BE LTON CANDY CO.
MILLERS AUTO SALE
FAUST AND FRY HARDWARE
DR. S.K. NEELEY
CRAIG FLOWER SHOP
WANDA'S BEAUTY SHOP
STEFFY D-X STATION
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